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outstanding nautical items such as a large offering of scrimshaw from two private collections. Included will be two extremely rare and desirable intaglio carved and painted whale’s teeth. Circa 1860s, one depicts a woman in period dress while the other depicts a uniformed sailor. Each is mounted to a tiered and inlaid base and carries an estimate of $4,000-6,000 apiece. Other nautical items include numerous ship portraits, highlighted in part by one honoring the tugboat “Lewis Pulver.” Most known for his representations of sailing ships, this unusual work of a steam work vessel was once part of the Mariner’s Museum and comes estimated for $20,00030,000. The day continues with a broad selection of furniture (including both New England (Continued on page 16) Presented by:
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many highlights include an outstanding and rare horse and hoop copper weathervane attributed to A.L. Jewell & Co. of Waltham, Mass. With the verdigris and gilded surfaces that only time can create, the complete package is one that will make bidders jump through hoops to obtain. It comes estimated at $8,000-12,000. A large and important molded copper pig attributed to L.W. Cushing & Son, also of Waltham, may bring home the bacon with its charming and whimsical expression. It carries an estimate of $20,000-30,000. What the pig has in charm and whimsy, a rare full-body copper fourwheel sulky and rider weathervane is a cut above in detail. It comes with great worn gilded surfaces and a $10,000-20,000 estimate. From land to sea, Julia’s has it covered and includes some
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This pair of antique Chinese Huanghuali horseshoe-back armchairs with classic styling is fit for royalty. From a private British collection, the pair carries an estimate of $100,000-125,000.
Portland Museum of Art. Executed in 1857 from an Helping to add to the original portrait done over a already expansive selection half-century prior, this excepwill be submissions from tional work is expected to two separate Maine estates fetch $150,000-200,000. that will include a variety of Other American art from pieces by Maine and other this collection includes an New England artists. From unusual beach scene by the Nickerson Estate of William Trost Richards that Castine, Maine, are eleven was inset into the mantel wall works by perennial local above the fireplace and had to favorite Waldo Peirce, be surgically removed from which joins a selection of the house. Depicting ocean Rockport-Gloucester artists waves gently lapping the including an equal number shore as thunderheads form of Emile Gruppes. The latter in the distance, it carries a of which includes “Low presale estimate of $50,000Tide - Rockport,” showing 75,000. ramshackle buildings servThis collection likewise explored international art of Fine art is highlighted by a collection ing as a backdrop to fisher32 works from a prominent men casting off the dock the higher degree, including of Augusta, Maine, estate. Featured is two works by Russian artist an important portrait by Rembrandt while another tends to a tanIvan Federovich Choultse. Peale of George Washington painted gled net. It carries an estiHis keen talent for capturing in 1857. Believed to have descended mate of $8,000-12,000. In jaw-dropping realism and through the Romanov Family of another one of Gruppe’s subtle nuances of light on Russia as indicated on a 1994 pur- works, also taking advantage snow earned him the honor chase invoice, this work is expected to of low tide, is a trio of clam diggers shown plying their of court painter to Czar sell for $150,000-200,000. back-breaking trade. This Nicholas II. Presented here recent discovery of a dozen are two stunning winter scenes, European Old Master works piece comes with a $7,000one depicting a group of freshly that have been stored in a base- 10,000 estimate. Other examcoated deciduous trees and the ment for the better part of 50 ples of the Rockport-Gloucester other a landscape of lonely years. Not having seen the light school include harbor scenes by evergreens weighed down by a of day for approximately five early to mid-20th century conrecent mountain snowstorm. decades, the paintings are fresh temporaries Aldro Thompson Hibbard and Anthony Thieme. They carry estimates of to the market. $50,000-70,000 and $40,000From other collections are Each shows a variety of skiffs 60,000, respectively. The inter- numerous American works and sailboats moored dockside, national flavor continues with a worthy of note, such as a and the paintings carry estirugged, unspoiled wilderness, mates ranging from $15,000 to mountain waterfall scene by $25,000 each. All of Day II and the first Hermann Herzog. Most captivating, it comes estimated for half of Day III are devoted to $20,000-30,000. This is joined folk art, fine antiques, nautical by a large oil on canvas shore items and so forth. One of the scene by contemporary Maine many folk art pieces is an artist Thomas Crotty showing exceptional carving of a young A rare Wilson 13” terrestrial globe from the snow-covered grass and black boy in a seated position 1811 is believed to be dunes in the infant stages of the enjoying a relaxing moment. the first original dated spring thaw. Considered to be Carved and polychromed with a globe from when one of the finest examples of pleasant and lifelike smile, he is Captain Cook was this painter’s work, it is estimat- attired in a three-button jacket sailing the Seven Seas. ed for $30,000-50,000. Even with collared shirt and threeFresh to the market by more worthy of note is that it quarter length knickers. From descent through the was consigned with the gener- the late 19th or early 20th cenfamily to the current ous and noble pledge to donate tury, this charming fellow carowner, it comes to the block with a $30,000-50,000 estimate. the proceeds to benefit Maine’s ries a presale estimate of $30,000-40,000. Other carved pieces include an important and unique Lincoln commemorative panel on base. This high relief screen is elaborately craftANTIQUES, BOOKS, LEADED GLASS PIECES, ed with the bust of Abraham GRANDMOTHER CLOCK, TOOLS, COSTUME JEWELRY Lincoln in profile framed with9:00 A.M. in four crossed American flags centering a scroll carved Located At 125 Church Ave., “EMANCIPATION 1863.” (Watch For Sale Arrows) Beneath the bust is carved a log 1834 PETER DERR FAT LAMP ~ LEADED GLASS PIECES cabin on the left and the White Incl. Large Framed Leaded Glass, Leaded Glass Exit 2 Sign, Hanging Leaded Oil Light, Castor Set, Glass House on the right. It will likely Baskets, Slag, Noritake, Ruby Goblets, Pattern & Pressed Glass, Thistle, Stangl Bird Figurine, Mini Birdcage, Pyrex, Corningware, Stainless Cookware, Large Coke Bottle, Iced Tea Jar Pitcher & Bowl Set, Mercury Glass be a lifetime before something Vases, Piels Bros. Beer Glasses, Fiesta Syrup, Roseville, Stoneware Turk’s-Heads, Flask, Sterling like this is seen again. It comes Candleholders, Quilts & Frame, Cookie Cutters. estimated at $15,000-25,000. GRAINED CABINET Always popular folk art Tobacco & Other Tools, Licenses Plates, Traps, Locks, Hardware, International Harvest Wrench, Remington & Other Pocketknives, Hubley Dog, Oilers, Horse Tie, Bear Carving, M. Seiger Broadax, Records Incl. Professor items are weathervanes, and Schnitzel, Mouth Organs, Microphone, Music Boxes, Tabletop Concert Roller Organ, Trumpets, Sheet Music, this auction will feature over 30 Rag Carpet, Curly Maple Frames, Stetson Derby, FIRE EQUIPMENT Incl., Big Nozzle & Alarm Box, Advertising, fine examples, most of which Pictures Incl. Pomeroy & Divs Model A Delivery Truck, Lititz, Oil Painting, Prints By Dillion Putt, Postcard came from a private Waterville, Albums, Photos, Books Incl. 1864 Bridge Atlas Of Lancaster Co., 1896 Vols. 1 & 2 To Locate The Site Frontier Forts, 1895 Vols. I & II Machine Shop Practices w/Illustrated Engravings, 1739 German, 1800’s Daniel Maine, estate collection. The For nearly 30 of their close to 45 years in the auction business, James D. Julia Inc. has treated auction goers the world over to a spectacular end of summer auction like no other. This year, not content with two or even three days of selling, the team has amassed four full days chock full of approximately 2,600 lots, from Tuesday, Aug. 20, through Friday, Aug. 23. The sale will feature over 600 American and European paintings and bronzes, many of these fine works from an important estate in Augusta, Maine, and over 800 lots of American and European furniture and accessories from collections and estates across the country. Over 1,100 lots of Asian porcelain, jade, ivory, bronzes, scroll, etc., as well as folk art, weathervanes, nautical, historical items, Native American objects, jewelry, clocks and watches, and more, will make this one of the largest and most diverse arrays of items the company has offered to date. Day I is a splendid array of fine artworks; many are from an affluent old-line Augusta, Maine, family. Featured is an important portrait by Rembrandt Peale of George Washington. Known for producing a series of portraits of our nation’s father, this example is believed to have descended through the Romanov Family of Russia, as indicated on a 1994 purchase invoice.