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Important Estates & Private Collections Estate of Waddell Barnes Collection of Edward Morrison Brown Estate of Mrs. J. Donald Dial Estate of Jerry Carkhuff Eschenbrenner Estate of Norman Citron Estate of Owen Halpern Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter Estate of Margot Roebling DeHope Property Descended in the Rutledge Family Deaccessioned Property from the Columbus Museum Collections from California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia

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Edward Morrison Brown Collection Charlotte, North Carolina After a long and successful career, Edward Morrison Brown has firmly established his place in the Charlotte design community. Having graduated from Davidson College in 1959, Mr. Brown pursued graduate studies at the Richmond Professional Institute (now part of Virginia Commonwealth University) and independent research endeavors throughout Europe. Mr. Brown began his professional career as part of Wade Manufacturing Corporation in Charlotte, in time becoming Vice President of Wade Interior Design. He also served as president and chairman of the board of the National Society of Interior Designers. In 1978, Mr. Brown opened his own firm in Charlotte, Brown’s Interiors. With the help of his wife, Constance, the firm oversaw the design plans of many private Charlotte homes as well as banks, hotels, and country clubs throughout the Carolinas. Mr. Brown’s restoration of White Homestead in Fort Mill, South Carolina, demonstrates his passion for historic preservation. His institutional design and preservation efforts have been widely recognized with numerous honors and awards, among them his 1998 designation as Atlantic Decorative Arts Center’s Southeast Designer of the Year. Many buildings and residences, particularly in Charlotte, have been stamped with the enduring mark of Edward Morrison Brown’s timeless aesthetic.

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Rutledge Family Provenance

The Rutledge family of Charleston has a long and significant place in South Carolina state history. An archive of documents once belonging to some of the family’s earliest political, military, and landowning ancestors has descended through the family to a present heir. Rutledge ancestors represented in this collection include: John Rutledge (1739-1800) was a prominent Charleston lawyer, landowner, and political leader. He was a member of the First Continental Congress along with his brother, Edward Rutledge (1749-1800), the youngest signer of the Declaration of Independence. John Rutledge went on to be elected Governor of South Carolina and was chosen as the second Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court under George Washington. John Rutledge II (1766-1819) was an active politician and landowner in Charleston like his father. John Rutledge II was a member of the South Carolina House of Representatives, founder of the Charleston Courier, and owner of Poplar Grove, a large rice plantation on the Savannah River. He had an active military career, serving as Lieutenant Colonel of the 28th Regiment from 1806-1816 and Brigadier General of the 7th Brigade, 1816-1819. He was married to Sarah Motte Smith (1777-1852), the daughter of Reverend Robert Smith, who was the president of the College of Charleston, 1790-1797, and the first American Episcopal bishop of the Diocese of South Carolina. Hugh Rose Rutledge (1823-1915) was the grandson of John Rutledge II. He had active medical and military careers after graduating from the Medical College of the State of South Carolina in Charleston. He volunteered as a surgeon with the United States Army and served with the 2nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, during the Mexican-American War from 1847-1848. Images courtesy: Library of Congress, CharlestonWeddingStudio.com, Charleston Renaissance Gallery

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Rutledge Family Archives 1 DOCUMENTS: EARLY CHARLESTON RUTLEDGE FAMILY CORRESPONDENCE 74 letters from Sarah Motte Rutledge to her son, John Rutledge III, dated 18181835 26 letters from John Rutledge III to his mother, Sarah Rutledge 19 letters to John Rutledge III from his siblings 11 letters from Maria Rose Rutledge to her husband, John Rutledge III 15 business letters to General John Rutledge, Jr., 1817-1818 together with: 2 Rutledge-family related letters 9 account books, including accounts of family expenses in Newport, Rhode Island (1801-1803), 6 general family account books (1812-1830), notes from John Rutledge, Jr. to his overseer, Robert McIntosh (c.1818), and accounts of Poplar Grove Plantation (1869-1872) (156pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Descended in the Rutledge family

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correspondence of James Rose (1793-1869) to his nephew Dr. Hugh Rose Rutledge (1823-1915) and Dr. Rutledge to his wife Amelia Waring Ball Rutledge (1832-1892) relating the bombardment of Fort Sumter, dated March 15 and April 15, 1861 (2pcs)

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Other Notes: Sarah Motte Rutledge became estranged from her husband as the result of a scandal involving an illicit relationship she had with Dr. Horace Senter, a young physician she met in 1801 in Newport, Rhode Island, where the Rutledge family lived for a time. Dr. Senter followed the Rutledge family back south to Charleston, where John Rutledge II discovered his wife’s indiscretion and mortally wounded Dr. Senter in a duel. He and Sarah separated in 1809, and she moved to England where she stayed for the rest of her life. Included in this collection is correspondence between Sarah and her son, John, relating details of her life in England, family matters, and her travels, as well as documents pertaining to the administration of her estate after her death.

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2 DOCUMENTS: EARLY CHARLESTON RUTLEDGE FAMILY, CAPTURE OF FORT SUMTER

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3 DOCUMENTS: DR. HUGH ROSE RUTLEDGE, MEXICAN-AMERICAN WAR RELATED correspondence, reports, receipts, invoices, and special orders concerning Rutledge’s (1823-1915) tour of duty in Mexico, dated 1846-1848 (17pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Descended in the Rutledge family

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6 DOCUMENTS: EARLY CHARLESTON RUTLEDGE FAMILY

Dissolve The Union!

RECEIPTS

receipts bearing the signatures of John Rutledge (1739-1800; U.S. Supreme Court Justice) and brother Edward Rutledge (1749-1800; signatory, U.S. Declaration of Independence), and their sons John Rutledge, Jr. and Edward Rutledge Jr.; dated 1795-1796 (4pcs)

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4 DOCUMENTS: MAJOR ABRAHAM A. MASSIAS, WAR OF 1812 RELATED correspondence dated 1824-1848 to Massias (17721848) from fellow officers, including General Abraham Eustis (1786-1843), and U.S. Senator Thomas H. Benton (1782-1858) together with brass belt buckle, inscribed “Major A. A. Massias U.S.A.” and general discharge orders from the Army Adjutant-General’s Office, dated August 26, 1842 (20pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Descended in the Rutledge family

7 SCARCE SOUTH CAROLINA ORDINANCE OF SECESSION PRINTING

6 MILLER’S PLANTERS & MERCHANTS’ ALMANAC FOR THE YEAR 1861. Charleston: A.E. Miller, 1861; with printing of the ordinance on pg. 19. together with another: 1853 Charleston-printed almanac (2pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Descended in the Rutledge family

5 DOCUMENTS: EARLY RUTLEDGE FAMILY RECEIPTS, INCLUDING CHARLES FRASER collection Rutledge-family related receipts and receipt book from Charleston merchants and institutions, including 5 signed by Charles Fraser, dated 1805-1831 (81pcs)

$400-800 Provenance: Descended in the Rutledge family

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8 CONFEDERATE BONDS, RUTLEDGE FAMILY RELATED

7 $1000 bonds, dated 6 January 1863, #424-425 and 427-431 4 $100 bonds, dated 1 May 1861, #26 and 28-30 $50 bond, dated 18 March, 1863, #3515 (12pcs)

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10 TESTOLINI’S RUDIMENTS OF DRAWING, OF SOUTHERN INTEREST

$400-800 Provenance: Descended in the Rutledge family

Testolini, Gaetano. RUDIMENTS OF DRAWING, SHADOWING, AND COLOURING FLOWERS IN WATER COLOURS; CONTAINED IN THIRTY-SIX INSTRUCTIVE LESSONS. London: H.K. Causton for G. Testolini, 1818. Title page inscribed: Elizabeth Wragg Smith [Charleston, 1806-1897] October 16, 1818; gilt leather and marblized paper bound volume containing: frontispiece, title page, advertisement page, introduction, 36 numbered instructional pages, including hand-colored table of colors, 25 plates, 10 of which are hand-colored.

9 LIEUTENANT JOHN RUTLEDGE’S ITALIAN ALBUM OF VIEWS AND COSTUMES

album circa 1850, with embossed blue cover, containing: 2 Neopolitan gouache views of 1850 Vesuvius eruption 5 gouache views of coastal Italy 8 hand-colored traditional occupational costume prints 10 hand-colored regional costume prints 10 hand-colored Vatican costume prints 26 hand-colored plates/ scenes 6 black-and-white etchings together with: book cover containing 13 loose similar scenes (2folios)

$500-1,000 Provenance: Descended in the Rutledge family Other Notes: An extraordinarly rare volume; only one other example is known to have been sold at auction in the last 40 years. It is considered to be among the finest of all drawing books of the early 19th century.

$800-1,200 Provenance: Descended in the Rutledge family

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11 EARLY CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA LAND GRANT AND SURVEY REPORT

land grant for 520 acres in Berkeley County to Mary Warnock, dated July 26, 1709 REPORT ON THE RESURVEY OF THE ISLAND AT THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE ENTRANCE OF CHARLESTON BAY, completed by surveyor Bernard Romans (Dutch, 1741-1784), dated November 28, 1781 (2pcs)

13 AUTOGRAPHED LETTER SIGNED BY GENERAL P.G.T. BEAUREGARD dated March 8th, 1881, Pierre Gustave Toutant-Beauregard (1818-1893) addressed to the conductors on Morgan’s Texas Railroad on State of Louisiana Adjutant General’s Office stationery framed, overall H20” W15 1/2”

$200-400 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

$500-800 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

12 SOUTH CAROLINA DOCUMENTS AND CORRESPONDENCE, INCLUDING CONFEDERATE comprising handwritten letters, wills, receipts, financial documents, engravings, and photographs, including: John Spains- Alexander Hay- William B. Murphey correspondence, 1821-1831; Thomas B. Jeter- R. O’Neale receipts, 1850; 2 1899 Summerville Hotel Co. bonds; Hampton Mill Democratic Club roster for 6/9/1884; early photographs of Charleston buildings together with: 6 Confederate Supply and Pay vouchers, 6 engravings depicting Civil and Revolutionary War battles and scenes (100pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

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14 SAMUEL LONGFELLOW SIGNED LETTER dated December 14th, 1886 from Cambridge, Massachusetts, written to a boy named Richard to whom he is sending a bookplate once belonging to his brother (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow) and one of his poems. unframed, H6 3/4” W8 3/4” Together with a framed Hue and Cry from the Salisbury District Jail from Jailor George Hoover, dated December 26th 1790, for the apprehension of Joseph Robinson for a debt of fifty-seven pounds owed to Mr. McNairy Esq., page H5” W7 3/4” (2pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: North Carolina private collection Other Notes: The verso of the Hue and Cry with label “This rare document presented to Robert Walton McNairy in honor of his sixty-fifth birthday by Francis D. McNairy on November 13, 1976 at Greensboro, North Carolina.”

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15 RARE SOUTHERN BOOK: PRINCE WILLIAM’S PARISH AND PLANTATIONS Todd, John R. and Francis M. Hutson. PRINCE WILLIAM’S PARISH AND PLANTATIONS. No. 71/1000. Richmond: Garrett & Massie, 1935. Limited edition, 71/1000; author signed and author of introduction, A.S. Salley. (1vol)

$700-1,000 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

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18 CONFEDERATE NEWSPAPERS, INCLUDING ANNOUNCEMENT OF LINCOLN’S DEATH

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16 BOOKS: SOUTH CAROLINA AND CONFEDERATE

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17 EARLY SOUTHERN BOOKS: RARE CHARLESTON

HISTORY RELATED

PRINTED VOLUMES

Elliot, Ellsworth. WEST POINT IN THE CONFEDERACY. New York: Baker & Co., 1941. Gay, Mary A.H. LIFE IN DIXIE: DURING THE WAR, 1863-1865. Atlanta: Charles Byrd, 1897. Harwell, Richard. UNIFORM AND DRESS OF THE ARMY AND NAVY OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA. Philadelphia: Ray Riling, 1960. Heyward, DuBose. FORT SUMTER. Farrar & Rinehart, 1932. Jackson, Mary Anna. MEMOIRS OF STONEWALL JACKSON. Dayton: Morningdale, 1976. Inman, Arthur C. SOLDIER OF THE SOUTH: GENERAL PICKETT’S WAR LETTERS TO HIS WIFE. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1928. Mackintosh, Robert Harley. DEAR MARTHA...: THE CONFEDERATE WAR LETTERS OF A SOUTH CAROLINA SOLDIER ALEXANDER FAULKNER FEWELL. Columbia: R.L. Bryan, 1976. Thomas, John Peyre. THE HISTORY OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA MILITARY ACADEMY. Charleston: Walker, Evans & Cogswell Co., 1893. Warner, Ezra J. BIOGRAPHICAL REGISTER OF THE CONFEDERATE CONGRESS. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State Univ. Press, 1975. (2 vols) and others, complete listing available online (13vols)

SIMMS, William Gilmore. THE GEOGRAPHY OF SOUTH CAROLINA. Charleston, SC: Babcock & Co, 1843. Buchan, William. DR. BUCHAN’S FAMILY MEDICAL WORKS. Charleston, SC: John Hoff, 1807. (2vols)

$200-400 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

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comprising: THE EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER, Edgefield, SC, Wed. April 26, 1865; relates news of and responses to President Lincoln’s assassination THE CAROLINA GAZETTE, Charleston, SC, Fri. March 16, 1810 THE CHARLESTON COURIER, Charleston, SC, Thurs. June 12, 1845 THE CHARLESTON COURIER, Charleston, SC, Fri. June 13, 1845 THE DAILY DISPATCH, Richmond, VA, Mon. November 11, 1861 THE DAILY PICAYUNE, New Orleans, LA, Thurs. November 28, 1861 THE DAILY DISPATCH, Richmond, VA, Tues. December 17, 1861 CHARLESTON DAILY COURIER, Charleston, SC, Fri. December 20, 1861 THE CHARLESTON MERCURY, Charleston, SC, Sat. June 7, 1862 DAILY RICHMOND EXAMINER, Richmond, VA, Tues. March 29, 1864 DAILY CAROLINA WATCHMAN, Salisbury, NC, November 8, 1864 CHARLESTON DAILY COURIER, Charleston, SC, Fri. November 25, 1864 THE RICHMOND WHIG, Richmond, VA, Tues. Feb 7, 1865 THE CHARLESTON TRI-WEEKLY COURIER, Charleston, SC, Thurs. October 18, 1866 THE DAILY PHOENIX, Columbia, SC, Wed. April 17, 1867 THE DAILY PHOENIX, Columbia, SC, Fri. December 6, 1867 CHARLESTON DAILY COURIER, Charleston, SC, Wed. January 29, 1868 CHARLESTON DAILY COURIER, Charleston, SC, Mon. March 2, 1868 THE DAILY EVENING HERALD, Columbia, SC, Tues. April 22, 1873 THE PICKENS SENTINEL, Pickens, SC, Thurs. April 19, 1877 THE TRI-WEEKLY REGISTER, Columbia, SC, Tues. May 15, 1877 THE HERALD AND NEWS (EXTRA), Newberry, SC, Fri. September 9, 1910 (22pcs)


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19 BOOKS: SOUTHERN RELATED ARCHIBALD RUTLEDGE, SOME SIGNED COLLECTED POEMS. Columbia, SC: The State Co., 1925. DEEP RIVER: THE COMPLETE POEMS OF ARCHIBALD RUTLEDGE. Columbia, SC: R.L. Bryan Co, 1966. FROM THE HILLS TO THE SEA. New York: Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1958. HOME BY THE RIVER. New York: Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1941. and others, complete listing available online (6vols)

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

20 BOOKS: SOUTHERN ARCHITECTURE, SOME AUTHOR SIGNED

Desmond, John. LOUISIANA’S ANTEBELLUM ARCHITECTURE. Baton Rouge: Claitor’s, 1970. Genthe, Arnold. IMPRESSIONS OF OLD NEW ORLEANS: A BOOK OF PICTURES. (limited edition 544/1500) New York: Doran, 1926. Gleen, Bess. SOME LETTERS OF ROBERT MILLS. Columbia, SC: State Co, 1938. Gandolfo, Henri A. METAIRE CEMETRY: AN HISTORICAL MEMOIR. New Orlean: Stewart, 1981. Kirk, Susan L. THE ARCHITECTURE OF ST. CHARLES AVENUE. Gretna: Pelican, 1977. Linder, Suzanne C. HISTORICAL ATLAS OF THE RICE PLANTATIONS OF THE ACE RIVER BASIN-1860. SC Dept. of Archives and History, 1995. and others, complete listing available online (11vols)

$200-400 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

Burton, E. Milby. SOUTH CAROLINA SILVERSMITHS. Charleston, SC: Charleston Museum, 1968. Curtis, Elizabeth G. GATEWAYS AND DOORWAYS OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA. New York: Architectural Books, 1926. Deas, Alston. THE EARLY IRONWORK OF CHARLESTON. Columbia, SC: Botick & Thornley, 1941. Fraser, Charles. A CHARLESTON SKETCHBOOK, 1796-1806. Charleston, SC: Carolina Art Association, 1940. -A CHARLESTON SKETCHBOOK, 1796-1806. Rutland, VT: Tuttle, 1959. Rutledge, Anna Wells. ARTISTS IN THE LIFE OF CHARLESTON. Columbia, SC: USC Press, 1980. Saas Herbert R. OLD CHARLESTON: TWENTY-FOUR WOODCUTS BY CHARLES W. WHITE. Richmond, VA: Dale Press, 1933. Limited number edition 363/1550. Saunders, Boyd & McAden, Ann. ALFRED HUTTY. Orangeburg, SC: Sandlapper, 1990. Seibels, Cynthia. THE SUNNY SOUTH: THE LIFE AND ART OF WILLIAM AIKEN WALKER. Spartanburg, SC: 1995. Severens, Martha R. THE CHARLESTON RENAISSANCE. Spartanburg, SC: Saraland, 1998. Smith, Alice R. Huger. A CAROLINA RICE PLANTATION OF THE FIFTIES. New York: William Marrow & Co, 1936; 2 copies, 1 author-signed. Verner, Elizabeth O. MELLOWED BY TIME. Columbia, SC: Bostick & Thornley, 1941. -MELLOWED BY TIME. Columbia, SC: Bostick & Thornley, 1947. - PRINTS AND IMPRESSIONS OF CHARLESTON. Columbia, SC: Bostick & Thornley, 1945, author signed. -PRINTS AND IMPRESSIONS OF CHARLESTON. Columbia, SC: Bostick & Thornley, 1945. (16vols)

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

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22 JAMES WYLD RAILWAY MAP

circa 1850, RAILWAY MAP OF ENGLAND, WALES AND SCOTLAND, North West, North East, and South East sections, large folding linen-backed map in case, case H9 1/2” W5 1/2” D2” and each section H41” W26 3/4”

$300-500 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

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23 RARE EARLY SOUTH CAROLINA SURVEYS AND MAPS, INCLUDING JOSEPH PURCELL

24 COLLECTION 18TH AND 19TH CENTURY SOUTH CAROLINA MAPS

circa 1785-1885, comprising: Joseph Purcell (English, 1750-1807, South Carolina Deputy Surveyor) Land survey fragments of Charleston area along the south Santee River, distinguishing lands belonging to “the heir of the late Thomas Lunch” and John Bowman, with key, references, and explanations; draft and plan of land in St. James’s Parish for Mrs. Rebecca Motte, distinguishing lands belonging to Jonah Collins and the Estate of John Middleton, dated 1785; plan of the Village of Hampstead; black, yellow, and blue ink on paper, all signed Joseph Purcell, JRP or JP Samuel Abiel Ruddock (Boston, b.1768): fragment of resurvey of plantation in St. Andrews Parish on James Island belonging to George Rivers; pen and colored wash on paper, signed, dated November 9, 1818 William Sturges: fragment of A PLAN OF THE POPLAR SETTLEMENT, belonging to Robert Roivand, copied from a survey by Joseph Purcell pen and ink on paper, signed and dated April 1793 South Carolina land grant presenting Charles Boyd 87 acres in York, signed Governor JP Richardson, dated June 16, 1842, with accompanying land survey, signed B.H. Saxon, Surveyor-General R.K. Payne: plan of two lots in Rumney Ward, Charleston; pen and ink on paper, dated November 1887 Charles Parker: survey of Mill Pond in Charleston, at the request of Thomas Bennett; pen and ink on cloth, dated July 2, 1855 S. Lewis Simon: plan for tract of land on east side of Ashley River, copy made from Joseph Purcell survey; pen and ink on paper, signed and dated June 1885 together with: fragment of residential survey of East Bay Street, Charleston, pen and wash on paper, unsigned, undated (11pcs)

comprising: Samuel Augustus Mitchell, “New Map of South Carolina” c.1846, c.1855 (2), “Map of the Chief Part of the Southern States” c.1839; Thomas G. Bradford, “South Carolina” c.1838; Joseph Hutchins Colton, “The City of Savannah [with] the City of Charleston” (2) and “South Carolina” (2) c.1855; Francis Junius Huntington, “The Southern States II” c.1838; Robert Mills, “Chesterfield District, South Carolina” and “Chester District, South Carolina” c.1825; Charles Vallancey, “Sketch of the Battle of Hobkirks Hill, near Camden” dated 1794; Rigobert Bonne, “Carte de la Partie Sud, des Etats Unis de l’Amerique Septenttrionale” c.1787; Emma Willard, “Principal Seat of the Revolutionary War in the Southern Section of the U.S.” c.1829; Harper’s Weekly, “The Theatre of General Grant’s Operations, showing the country between Chattanooga and Charleston” December 12, 1863 (15pcs)

$500-800

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Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection

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$700-1,000 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

25 RARE TEXAS MAP AND OTHER FRAMED MAPS 19th century, comprising: Texas & Pacific Railway Company, A GEOGRAPHICALLY CORRECT MAP OF THE STATE OF TEXAS, and verso with timecards and GO WEST YOUNG MAN promotions, image size H18 1/4” W19 1/2” COLTON’S MISSISSIPPI, published by Johnson & Browning, image H15 1/2” W12 1/2” Tallis, UNITED STATES, engraved by Rapkin, image H9 1/2” W12 1/2” Mitchell, COUNTY MAP OF FLORIDA, image H10 1/2” W13 1/4” (4pcs)

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Literature: Cumming, William P. THE SOUTHEAST IN EARLY MAPS. Ed. Louis De Vorsey. 3rd ed. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1998. pg. 27, 94. A MEMORIAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL HISTORY OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1891. pg. 355-357 25

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30 BOOKS: FINE ART REFERENCE

Mills, Robert. ATLAS OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA: New Facsimile Edition of the Original Published in 1825. No.257/350. Columbia, SC: Lucy Hampton Bostick and Fant H. Thornley, 1938. With 15 single- and 8 double-page maps; limited edition. (1vol)

Hammer, A.M. GENIUS AND DISASTER: THE TEN CREATIVE YEARS OF VINCENT VAN GOGH, New York: Abrams, 1968. Klemm, Christian. ALBERTO GIACOMETTI. New York: MOMA, 2001. Lanchner, Carolyn. FERNAND LEGER. New York: Abrams, 1998. Nebehay, Christian M. GUSTAV KLIMT. New York: Abrams, 1992. Richardson, John. A LIFE OF PICASSO, 1907-1917. New York: Random House, 1996. Vierny, Dina. FRANCOISE GILOT: MONOGRAPH, 1940-2000. Acatos, 2000. Whitefield, Sarah. BONNARD. New York: Abrams, 1998. —MAGRITTE. London: South Bank Centre, 1992. (8pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

27 VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND MAP BY AUGUSTINE HERRMAN VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND AS IT IS PLANTED AND INHABITED THIS PRESENT YEAR 1670; 1948 reprint, framed, overall size H37 1/2” W44”

$300-500 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

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28 BOOKS: THE CAMELLIA IN TWO VOLUMES Urquhart, Beryl Leslie. THE CAMELLIA (vol I & II). Urquhart Press, Sharpthorne, UK: Urguhart Press, 1956 and 1960 (2pcs)

$200-300

$150-300 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

29 RARE TITLE: HENNIG’S WILLIAM HARRISON SCARBOROUGH Hennig, Helen Kohn. WILLIAM HARRISON SCARBOROUGH: PORTRAITIST AND MINIATURIST, “A PARADE OF THE LIVING PAST”. Columbia: The R.L. Bryan Company, 1937. Numer 187/300.

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31 EARLY BOOKS: SENATOR HENRY CLAY AUTOGRAPHED VOLUME, AND MAPS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES CALIFORNIA AND NEW MEXICO (January 24, 1850 - February 6, 1850), and signed by Henry Clay; together with two: US Senate Andrews Report Map, and House of Representatives Andrews Report Map. (3vols)

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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32 BOOKS: COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA RELATED SOUVENIR OF COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA. Columbia, SC: Hennies, 1889. Edgar, Rachel G. THE GOVERNOR’S MANSION OF SOUTH CAROLINA. Columbia, SC: Crowson, 2002. (signed by Edgar, Sherrer, and Robertson). Maxey, Russell. SOUTH CAROLINA’S HISTORIC COLUMBIA: YESTERDAY AND TODAY IN PHOTOGRAPHS. Columbia, SC: R.L. Bryan, 1980. Montgomery, John A. COLUMBIA SOUTH CAROLINA: HISTORY OF A CITY. Woodland, CA: Windsor, 1979. (author signed) Scott, Edwin J. RANDOM RECOLLECTIONS OF A LONG LIFE, 1806-1876. Columbia, SC: Calvo, 1884. Williams, J.F. OLD AND NEW COLUMBIA. Columbia, SC: Epworth Orphanage Press, 1929. 1939 Columbia, South Carolina linoleum block printed calendar, signed. (8vols)

$200-300 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

33 BOOKS: SOUTH CAROLINA RELATED

35 BOOKS: ATLASES AND AMERICAN ARCHIVES

Heyward, DuBose. PORGY. New York: George H. Doran Company, 1925. DIGEST OF THE ORDINANCES OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF CHARLESTON, 1783-1818. Charleston, SC: Miller, 1818. (3 volumes) DIGEST OF THE ORDINANCES OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF CHARLESTON, 17831844. Charleston, SC: Walker & Burke, 1844. DIRECTORY OF THE CITY OF CHARLESTON TO WHICH IS ADDED A BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 1860. Charleston, SC: Ferslew, 1860. JOURNAL OF THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICAN. Philadelphia: John Ward, 1799. JOWITT’S ILLUSTRATED CHARLESTON CITY DIRECTORY AND BUSINESS REGISTERY, 186970. Charleston, SC: Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 1869. THE SOUTH CAROLINA JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Philadelphia: Aitkin & Son, 1788. THE STATUTES AT LARGE OF SOUTH CAROLINA (first volume). Columbia, SC: Johnston, 1836. THE STATUTES AT LARGE OF SOUTH CAROLINA (seventh volume). Columbia, SC: Piggot, 1858. THE STATUTES AT LARGE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1861-1866. Columbia, SC: Johnston, 1875. ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF CHARLESTON, FROM 1844-1854. Charleston, SC: Miller, 1854 Dawson, J.L. CENSUS OF THE CITY OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA FOR THE YEAR 1848. Charleston, SC: Nixon, 1849. McCord, David J. THE STATUTES AT LARGE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. Columbia, SC: Johnston, 1841. (15vols)

Lowry, J.W. LOWRY’S UNIVERSAL ATLAS. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1853. Loreck, Carl and Albert Winter. ATLAS FUR HOHERE LEHRANSTALTEN, Munich: Piloty & Loehle, 1918. Cram, George. CRAM’S UNRIVALED FAMILY ATLAS OF THE WORLD. Chicago: Donohue & Henneberry, 1888. Schrader, Franz. ATLAS DE GEOGRAPHIE HISTORIQUE. Paris: Librairie Hachette et Cie, 1907. SIXTH CENSUS OR ENUMERATION OF THE INHABITANTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AS CORRECTED AT THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE IN 1840, Washington, DC: Blair and Rives, 1841. Force, Peter. AMERICAN ARCHIVES: CONSISTING OF A COLLECTION OF AUTHENTICK RECORDS...Fourth Series, vols. II & VI. Washington, DC: M. St. Clair Clarke and Peter Force, 1839-1846. (7vols)

$400-600 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

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34 BOOKS: NEW ORLEANS ARCHITECTURE SET Wilson, Samuel et al. NEW ORLEANS ARCHITECTURE in 8 volumes (The Lower Garden District, The American Sector-Faubourg St. Mary, The Cemeteries, The Creole Faubourgs, The Esplanade Ridge, Faubourg Treme and the Bayou Road, Jefferson City, and The University Section). Gretna, LA: Pelican Pub. Co., 1972, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1980, 1989, 1997. (8vols)

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36 BOOK: FEMMES HONNETES

38 BOOKS: ROBERT E. LEE RELATED VOLUMES

De Valognes (Marquis). [Peladan, Josephin]. FEMMES HONNETES! AVEC UN FRONTISPICE DE FELCIEN ROPS ET DOUZE COMPOSITIONS DE BAC. Paris: Monnier & Cie, 1885.

Dowdey, Clifford. THE WARTIME PAPERS OF R. E. LEE. Boston: Little, Brown & Co, 1961. Lee. Captain Robert E. RECOLLECTIONS AND LETTERS OF GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE. New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1924. Page Thomas N. ROBERT E. LEE: MAN AND SOLDIER. New York: Scribner’s, 1911. Sanborn, Margaret. ROBERT E. LEE: A PORTRAIT, 1807-1861. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1966. Snow, Capt. William P. (CSA). LEE AND HIS GENERALS. New York: Richard & Co, 1867. Jones, J. William. CHRIST IN THE CAMP OR RELIGION IN LEE’S ARMY. Richmond: B.F. Johnson & Co., 1887. (6vols)

40 BOOKS: GREAT SOUTH CAROLINA PLANTATIONS

$200-400

RELATED

Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

- CHARLESTON, S.C. AND VICINITY, ILLUSTRATED: SOUTH CAROLINA INTER-STATE AND WEST INDIAN EXPOSITION. Charleston, SC: Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 1901. Baldwin, William P. LOWCOUNTRY PLANTATIONS TODAY. Greensboro, NC: Legacy, 2002. Bolick, Julian Stevenson. GEORGETOWN HOUSELORE. Columbia, SC: RL Bryan, 1997. -WACCAMAW PLANTATIONS. Georgetown, SC: Georgetown County Historical Society, 1998. -WACCAMAW PLANTATIONS. Clinton, SC: Jacobs Press, 1946. Lachicotte, Alberta Morel. GEORGETOWN RICE PLANTATIONS. Columbia, SC: State Printing, 1970. Linder, Suzanne C. HISTORICAL ATLAS OF THE RICE PLANTATIONS OF GEORGETOWN COUNTY AND THE SANTEE RIVER. Columbia, SC: SC Depart. of Archives, c.2001. and others, complete listing available online (11vols)

$100-150 Provenance: Avram Kronsberg Collection

37 BOOKS: SOUTH CAROLINA HISTORY White, Mary Virginia Saunders. FIFTEEN LETTERS OF NATHALIE SUMTER. Columbia: Gittman’s Book Shop, 1942; 2 copies, author-signed and numbered 37 and 69 of 500. Green, Edwin L. A HISTORY OF RICHLAND COUNTY. Columbia: RL Bryan, 1932. Green, Edwin L. GEORGE MCDUFFIE. Columbia: The State Company, 1936. Gregorie, Anne King. THOMAS SUMTER. Columbia: RL Bryan, 1931. Limited to 500 copies, including map. King, G. Wayne. RISE UP SO EARLY: A HISTORY OF FLORENCE COUNTY SOUTH CAROLINA. Spartanburg: Reprint Co., 1981. Meynard, Virginia G. THE VENTURERS; THE HAMPTON, HARRISON AND EARLE FAMILIES OF VIRGINIA, SOUTH CAROLINA AND TEXAS. Easley: 1981. Nicholes, Cassie. HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF SUMTER COUNTY: ITS BIRTH AND GROWTH. Sumter: Sumter County Hist. Comm., 1975. Rogers, Jr. George C. THE HISTORY OF GEORGETOWN COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA. Columbia: USC Press, 1971. Seller, W.W. A HISTORY OF MARION COUNTY SOUTH CAROLINA. Marion: Marion Public Library, 1956. (9vols)

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

39 BOOKS: CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA RELATED CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, 1680-1930. Charleston, SC: Furlong & Son, 1930. Bowes, F.P. THE CULTURE OF EARLY CHARLESTON. Chapel Hill, NC: Univ. of NC Press, 1942. Leiding, Harriette Kershaw. CHARLESTON: HISTORIC AND ROMANTIC. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1931. -HISTORIC HOUSES OF SOUTH CAROLINA. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1921. Molloy, Robert. CHARLESTON: A GRACIOUS HERITAGE. New York: Appleton-Century, 1947. Ravenel, Mrs. St. Julien. CHARLESTON: THE PLACE AND THE PEOPLE. New York: MacMillan, 1906. Rhet, Robert Goodwin. CHARLESTON: AN EPIC OF CAROLINA. Richmond, VA: Garrett & Massie, 1940. Rogers, Jr., George C. CHARLESTON IN THE AGE OF THE PINCKNEYS. Norman, OK: Univ. of Oklahoma Press, 1969. Smith, D.E. Huger. A CHARLESTONIAN’S RECOLLECTIONS, 1846-1913. Charleston, SC: Carolina Art Assoc., 1950. and others, complete listing available online (13vols)

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41 SOUTHERN BOOK: CONFEDERATE MILITARY LAW

44 BOOKS: JEFFERSON DAVIS RELATED VOLUMES

Lee, C.H. THE JUDGE ADVOCATE’S VADE MECUM: EMBRACING A GENERAL VIEW OF MILITARY LAW... 1st ed. Richmond: West and Johnson, 1863. (1vol)

Craven, John J. PRISON LIFE OF JEFFERSON DAVIS. London: Low Son & Co, 1866. Cutting, Elisabeth. JEFFERSON DAVIS POLITICAL SOLDIER. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1930. Daniel, John W. LIFE AND REMINISCENCES OF JEFFERSON DAVIS. Davis, Jefferson. JEFFERSON DAVIS EX-PRESIDENT OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA, A MEMOIR. New York: Belford Co, 1890. (volume I) Dodd, William E. JEFFERSON DAVIS. Philadelphia: Jacobs & Co., 1907. Pollard, Edward A. LIFE OF JEFFERSON DAVIS WITH A SECRET HISTORY OF THE SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY. Philadelphia: National Pub. CO., 1869. Baltimore, MD: R.L. Woodward (Eastern Pub., 1890. - LIFE OF JEFFERSON DAVIS WITH A SECRET HISTORY OF THE SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY. Philadelphia: National Pub. CO., 1869. -THE LOST CAUSE; A NEW SOUTHERN HISTORY OF THE WAR OF THE CONFEDERATES. New York: Treat & Co., 1867. Winston, Robert W. HIGH STAKES AND HAIR TRIGGER. New York: Holt & Co., 1930. (9vols)

$200-300 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

42 BOOK: GEORGIA COMMUNICATIONS RELATIVE TO SUCCESSION

JOURNAL OF THE PUBLIC AND SECRET PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONVENTION OF THE PEOPLE OF GEORGIA. 1st ed. Milledgeville, GA: Boughton, Nisbet & Barnes, State Printers, 1861. (1vol)

$200-300 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

43 BOOKS: SOUTHERN ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN HISTORIC HOMES OF ALABAMA AND THEIR TRADITIONS. National League of American Pen Women. Birmingham, AL: Birmingham Pub. Co., 1935; limited numbered edition 214/950. Cooper, J. Wesley. ANTE-BELLUM HOUSES OF NATCHEZ. Natchez, MS: Southern Historical Pub., 1970. Delehanty, Randolph. CLASSIC NATCHEZ. Savannah: Martin-St. Martin Pub. Co., 1996. Linley, John. ARCHITECTURE OF MIDDLE GEORGIA: THE OCONEE AREA. Athens, GA: Univ. GA Press, 1972. Mitchell, William Robert Jr. CLASSIC SAVANNAH. New Orleans: Martin-St. Martin Pub., 1991. Nichols, Frederick D. THE ARCHITECTURE OF GEORGIA. Savannah, GA: Beehive Press, 1976. Scott, Mary W. HOUSES OF OLD RICHMOND. New York: Bonanza Books, 1941. Wrenn, Tony P. WILMINGTON NORTH CAROLINA: AN ARCHITECTURAL AND HISTORICAL PORTRAIT. Charlottesville, VA: UVA Press, 1984. (8vols)

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

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45 BOOKS: SOUTHERN CIVIL WAR RELATED REVISED REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES, 1861. Philadelphia: Brown, 1861. Baker, Samuel T. FORT SUMTER AND ITS DEFENDERS. Buffalo: Charles Wells Moulton, 1891. Browne, Junius H. FOUR YEARS IN SECESSIA: ADVENTURES WITHIN AND BEYOND THE UNION LINES. Hartford: Case & Co, 1865. Davis, JC Bancroft. THE CASE OF THE UNITED STATES, TO BE LAID BEFORE THE TRIBUNAL OF ARBITRATION TO BE CONVENED AT GENEVA. Washington: Gov. Printing, 1872. Doubleday, Abner. REMINISCENCES OF FORTS SUMTER AND MOULTRIE. New York: Harper, 1876. Kellogg, Robert H. LIFE AND DEATH IN REBEL PRISONS. Hartford: Stebbins, 1865 and 1868. (2) Nichols, Brevet Major George Ward. THE STORY OF THE GREAT MARCH FROM THE DIARY OF A STAFF OFFICER. New York: Harper, 1865. and others, complete listing available online (15vols)

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

$200-300 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

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48 BOOKS: SOUTHERN DECORATIVE ARTS AND 18TH CENTURY DECOR

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46 RARE BOOKS: SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE-RELATED MATERIALS LaBorde, M. HISTORY OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE. Columbia, SC: Peter Glass, 1859. CATALOGUE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE, 1843, 1848, 1857. BIENNIAL CATALOGUE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1871-1872. and leatherbound book with SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE LIBRARY gilded on cover, containing volume by Mrs. James SOCIAL LIFE IN GERMANY. London: Saunders & Otley, 1840. (6vols)

$200-400 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

47 BOOKS: SOUTHERN ARCHITECTURE AND PLANTATIONS

Bishir, Catherine W. NORTH CAROLINA ARCHITECTURE. Chapel Hill, NC: Univ. NC Press, 1990. DOWLING, Elizabeth M. AMERICAN CLASSICIST: THE ARCHITECTURE OF PHILIP TRAMMELL SHUTZE. . New York: Rizzoli, 1989. Iseley, N. Jane. LOWCOUNTRY PLANTATIONS TODAY. Greensboro, NC: Legacy, 2002. Masson, Kathryn. HISTORIC HOUSES OF VIRGINIA. New York: Rizzoli, 2006. Masson, Kathryn. HUNT COUNTRY STYLE. New York: Rizzoli, 2008. Sandbeck, Peter B. THE HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE OF NEW BERN AND CRAVEN COUNTRY, NORTH CAROLINA. New Bern, NC: Tryon Palace, 1988. Stoney, Samuel G. PLANTATIONS OF THE CAROLINA LOW COUNTRY. Charleston, SC: Carolina Art Association, 1955. (7pcs)

Beard, Geoffrey. CRAFTSMEN AND INTERIOR DECORATION IN ENGLAND 1660-1820. London: Bloomsbury, 1981. Cooper, Wendy A. CLASSICAL TASTE IN AMERICA, 1800-1840. New York: Abbeville Press, 1994 Glanville, Philippa. WOMEN SILVERSMITHS, 1685-1845. Washington, DC: National Museum in the Arts, 1990. Hurst, Ronald L. SOUTHERN FURNITURE, 16801830. Williamsburg, VA: Colonial Williamsburg, 1997 McBurney, Henrietta. MARK CATESBY’S NATURAL HISTORY OF AMERICA. Houston, TX: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1997. Peck, Amelia et al. PERIOD ROOMS IN THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART. New York: Abrams, 1996. Seller, Charles C. CHARLES WILLSON PEALE AND HIS WORLD. New York: Abrams, 1982. Smith, Charles S. EIGHTENTH-CENTURY DECORATION. New York: Abrams, 1993. (8pcs)

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50 BOOKS: CHARLESTON ARCHITECTURE, HOMES AND GARDENS

Cameron, Louisa Pringle. THE PRIVATE GARDENS OF CHARLESTON. Charleston, SC: Wyrick & Co, 1992. Curtis, Elizabeth G. GATEWAYS AND DOORWAYS OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, IN THE EIGHTEETH AND NINETEENTH CENTURIES. New York: Arch. Book Pub., 1926. Briggs, Loutrel W. CHARLESTON GARDENS. Columbia, SC: USC Press, 1951. Legerton, Clifford L. HISTORIC CHURCHES OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA. Charleston, SC: Huguley Co, 1976. and others, complete listing available online (11vols)

$300-500 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

49 SOUTHERN BOOKS: CONFEDERATE AND MILITARY HISTORY

RECOLLECTIONS AND REMINISCENCES, 1861-1865 THROUGH WORLD WAR I. United Daughters of the Confederacy-South Carolina Division, 1990-2002. In 12-volume limited number set 178/500. (12vols)

$200-300 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

$300-400 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

$300-400 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

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51 BOOKS: EARLY LEGISLATIVE ACTS OF SOUTH CAROLINA Cooper, Thomas. THE STATUTES AT LARGE OF SOUTH CAROLINA; EDITED, UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATURE. Volumes I, I, II, III. Columbia, SC: Johnston, 1836, 1837, 1838, 1839. McCord, David J. THE STATUTES AT LARGE OF SOUTH CAROLINA; EDITED, UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE LEGISLATURE. Volume VII. Columbia, SC: Johnston, 1840. (6vols)

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

52 BOOKS: THE WORKS OF THOMAS DE QUINCEY

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Edinburgh- Adam and Charles Black, 1862 in 17 volumes (including KANT IN HIS MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS) 3/4 leather and marbled paper bound volumes (17pcs)

$400-800 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

53 BOOKS: SOUTH CAROLINA ARCHITECTURE Bryan, John M. AMERICA’S FIRST ARCHITECT: ROBERT MILLS. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2001. Curtis, Elizabeth G. GATEWAYS AND DOORWAYS OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA. New York: Architectural Book, 1926. Liscombe, Rhodri W. THE CHURCH ARCHITECTURE OF ROBERT MILLS. Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1985. Marsh, Blanche. ROBERT MILLS: ARCHITECT IN SOUTH CAROLINA. Columbia, SC: R.L. Bryan, 1970. Ravenel, Julien. ARCHITECTS OF CHARLESTON. Charleston, SC: Carolina Art Assoc., 1945. (5vols)

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54 BOOK: WATERFOWL OF NORTH AMERICA, WILLIAM ZIMMERMAN

$200-300

elephant folio published by The Frame House Gallery, Louisville, 1974; numbered 285/1000 and author signed; H22” W28”

Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

$500-800 Provenance: Georgia private collection

55 RARE BOOK: LANDSCAPE GARDENING BY REPTON Repton, Humphry (1752-1818) OBSERVATIONS ON THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF LANDSCAPE GARDENING (including some Remarks on Grecian and Gothic Architecture) London: Bensley, 1805. Portrait frontispiece, 27 aquatint or engraved plates (many handcolored), 32 wood-engraved or aquatint illustrations, contemporary leather and marbled binding

$400-700 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

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58 BOOKS: EARLY ECCLESIASTICAL WRITINGS La Bigne, Margarinus de. MAXIMA BIBLIOTHECA VETERUM PATRUM. Lugduni, Genuae, 1677. Each volume with ordinal numerals Second, Fourth, Fifteenth, and Eighteenth. Molitor, Wilhelm. CONCORDANTIA BIBLIORUM AD ANTIQUOS ET NOVOS CODICES. Coloniae Agrippinae: Apud Petrum A. Brachel, 1629. Arndt, Johann. WAHREN CHRISTENTUM. Nurnberg, 1806. (6vols)

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

59 EARLY ITALIAN BOOK: A LIFE OF CHRIST AND OF THE SAINTS Villegas di Toledo, Alfonso di. NUOVO LEGGENDARIO DELLA VITA, E FATTI DI N.S. GIESU CHRISTO, E DI TUTTI SANTI. Trans. Timoteo da Bagno. Venetia: Guerra Fratelli, 1588. Full vellum binding, bearing annotations and inscriptions. (1vol)

$200-300 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman 56

56 EARLY BOOKS: HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, BY BURNET Burnet, Gilbert. HISTORIA REFORMATIONIS ECCLESIAE ANGLICANAE. Genevae : Ex typographia Dvilleriana, 1689. In 2 volumes with 17 illustrations and vellum binding. (2vols)

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman 57

57 PERSIAN ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT LEAF AND BOOKS

probably 17th/18th century, comprising: leatherbound volume containing 66 decorated texts, H9 1/2” W6” leatherbound volume containing 58 double-side leaves and 2 title pages set in blue paper, H8 1/2” W5 1/2” single illuminated sheet (double sided), H16” W10” (3vols)

$500-700 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman 58

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60 BOSTON FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY CABRIOLE SOFA circa 1790, upholstered seat, back, and armrests on tapered square legs inlaid with rare bellflowers, on casters; BH36” D28” L81”

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

61 FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY DEMILUNE CARD TABLE

circa 1800, half-round hinged top over conforming skirt with fan inlay and boxwood stringing, on tapered legs; H29 1/8” W34 1/8” D16 7/8”

$500-800

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62 FEDERAL STYLE GILTWOOD AND EGLOMISE

63 AMERICAN MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS

MIRROR

circa 1800, rectangular scratch-beaded top, over two short and three long drawers, on turned legs; H39 7/8” W37” D20 5/8”

19th century, stepped rectangular frame with architectural detailing, panel of eagle and floral swags above beveled plate; H54 1/8” W29 1/2”

$700-1,000

$600-900 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

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64 AMERICAN OR ENGLISH MAHOGANY DROP-LEAF TABLE circa 1780, rectangular top, hinged drop leaves, on tapered hinged legs with pad feet; H27 3/4” W48” D47 3/4”

$500-700 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

65 TWO REGENCY STYLE BULL’S-EYE MIRRORS mid 19th century, scroll-carved eagle pediment above molded framed centering convex looking glass, above shell pendant; H34” W20 1/2” (2pcs)

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$1,000-1,800 66 CLASSICAL CARVED MAHOGANY MIRROR circa 1830, molded crown, divided panels, turned and leaf-carved decorations; H47” W22”

$400-600 Provenance: South Carolina collection

67 FEDERAL CHERRY SLANT-FRONT DESK 68

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circa 1810, hinged lid opening to fitted interiors above long drawers on splay feet; H42 1/4” W42” D20”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Georgia private collection

68 AMERICAN WALNUT TALL CHEST OF DRAWERS

circa 1800, molded crown over configuration of drawers on bracket feet; H68 1/2” W43 1/2” D21 1/2”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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69 LATE FEDERAL GILT-DECORATED OVERMANTLE MIRROR

circa 1830, rectangular frame with architectural detailing, rosettes and acanthus, with three divided beveled mirrors; H27 1/2” L55 1/4”

$700-1,000 Provenance: Georgia private collection

70 PAIR SHERATON CARVED MAHOGANY TALL POST BEDS

first quarter 19th century, turned, reeded and leafcarved posts joined by arched headboard; H103” W59” L82 1/2” (2pcs)

$2,000-3,000

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Provenance: South Carolina private collection Other Notes: This pair of beds was made from an original bed, retaining 4 original posts and headboards.

71 FEDERAL INLAID CHERRY CHEST OF DRAWERS circa 1820, rectangular top with lobed corners, over case with four long graduated drawers with stringing and quarter fans, flanked by three-quarter reeded columns extending to turned feet; H38” W41 1/2” D20 1/4”

72 AMERICAN SHERATON MAHOGANY TWO-DRAWER WORKTABLE

circa 1820, octagonal top and conforming case with two small drawers, on turret-top turned and reeded legs; H28 1/4” W16 1/8” D16”

$400-600 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

$700-1,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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73 AMERICAN INLAID MAHOGANY SECRETARY BOOKCASE

first half 19th century, double-arch cornice surmounted with brass finials, over wide frieze and pair of spider-web glazed and fan-inlaid doors, on lower part with fitted secretary drawer and three long rawers, on short turned legs; H97 1/2” W45” D19 3/4”

$1,200-1,800 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

74 GEORGIAN PARCEL-GILT CARVED MAHOGANY MIRROR

late 18th century, shell-carved pediment on scrolling frame, centering looking glass; H35” W19”

$400-600 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

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75 AMERICAN SHERATON MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE

circa 1830, rectangular top with shaped drop leaves, over single frieze drawer, on turned and reeded legs with ball feet; H29 1/2” W35 3/4” open D35 1/8”

$300-500 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown 73

76 GODDARD & TOWNSEND STYLE MAHOGANY BLOCKFRONT CHEST ON CHEST

broken-arch crown with finials over configuration of three short and five long drawers with convex and concave carved shell decorations, lower part with four long drawers with corresponding decoration, on shaped ogee-bracket feet; H103” W46” D26 1/2”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection Other Notes: This chest on chest is featured in the 2000 motion picture THE PATRIOT, starring Mel Gibson, filmed in Charleston and other South Carolina locations.

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77 FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY DEMILUNE CARD TABLE

early 20th century, hinged top over conforming skirt and tapered legs, with boxwood stringing; H29 3/4” W35 3/4” D17 3/4”

$500-700 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

78 AMERICAN MAHOGANY WORKTABLE circa 1840, H28 1/2” W18” D15 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch 77

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79 PAIR CHINESE ARMORIAL PORCELAIN PLATES circa 1727, rouge de fer and gold border centering arms of Gibbon of Bishops, Dia.8 3/4” (2pcs)

$700-900 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter Literature: Howard, David S. CHINESE ARMORIAL PORCELAIN. London: Faber & Faber, 1974. p. 213 Other Notes: Verso bearing old Bonwit Teller label.

80 CHINESE EXPORT EUROPEAN SUBJECT EN GRISAILLE PORCELAIN PLATE

circa 1750, ornate gilt borders centering Classical figural and architectural scene, Dia.9 1/4”

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Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

81 CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN TEA BOWLS, SAUCERS AND PLATE

18th century, famille rose plate, Dia.9 1/8”; and pair pictorial-decorated teabowls and saucers. (5pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

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82 CHINESE BEECHER IMPALING AISLABIE ARMORIAL PORCELAIN PUNCH BOWL

Qianlong, circa 1760, vibrant arms of Richard Beecher (member of the Council of Commerce in Bengal) amidst floral sprigs and gilt chain on interior centering peony sprig; H5 1/2” Dia.13”

$500-700 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

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Literature: Howard, David S. CHINESE ARMORIAL PORCELAIN. Faber & Faber, 1974. p.566.

85 CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN

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PLATTER

early 19th century, fruit, insect, fruit and floral design on well-and-tree molded oval body; L18 1/2” W13 1/2”

83 CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN TABLEWARES, SIGNED 18th/19th century, comprising: rose medallion covered dish, W10 1/4” 3 footed dishes, one with six-character mark, L9” and 11” tazza, four-character mark, H4 1/4” pair plates, Dia.7” (7pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$400-600

86 PAIR CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE SCENIC PORCELAIN

Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

PLATES

circa 1760, floral border centering harbor scene, Dia.9”

$300-500

84 CHINESE ROCKEFELLER PATTERN PORCELAIN PLATTER AND

Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

DISHES

18th century, Mandarin scene within wide border with shaped sepia landscape reserves against gold brocade border; platter, L14 1/2” W11” and dish, L8” W7”; and associated teapot stand with central scene, W5” (3pcs)

$500-800

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87 CHINESE PORCELAIN VASE, PLATTER AND PLATE 19th century, comprising: famille rose vase, L9 1/2”; and rose medallion plate and platter, Dia.9”, and L15” (3pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

88 CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN, TEAPOTS, JUG, CADDY AND MUG

18th century, comprising: famille rose teapot, H6 1/2” underglaze-blue teapot, H5 3/4” famille rose jug, H7” tea caddy, H5 1/2” rose medallion mug, H5” (5pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

89 CHINESE EXPORT PARCEL-GILT AND LACQUERED SEWING TABLE

second half 19th century, hinged top decorated with Chinese court scene in red lacquer on black ground with gilt decoration, divided fitted interior with covers, turned column supports, carved gilt paw feet joined by turned stretcher; H27” W25” D16 1/2”

$500-700 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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90 FEDERAL CHERRY AND MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK, POSSIBLY TENNESSEE first quarter 19th century, broken-arch crown, arched glazed panel door, turned column supports, case with chamfered corners, on bracket feet; yellow pine and poplar secondary woods; H96” W20” D10”

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch, recovered from Tennessee

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91 HOWARD MILLER MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK

highly figured mahogany case in the Georgian taste; H101” W22 1/2” D15”

$500-1,000 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection

92 POLISHED METAL AND MAHOGANY CURIO CABINET

late 19th/early 20th century, molded stepped top over glazed door and side lights, on custom mahogany base of later date; H79” W43” D17 1/2”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection Other Notes: Family history is that this cabinet was one of two that the current owner purchased in the 1960’s and they were believed to be cabinets used at Tiffany & Co. in New York in the 1890’s.

93 MORTON KUNSTLER (New York, b. 1931) WESTERN SCENE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower left H26” W32”

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: North Carolina private collection 91

92 Other Notes: Verso bearing Maxwell Galleries-San Francisco, No. C-1206

94 MICHAEL SIEVE (Minnesota, b. 1951) WESTERN RANGE-ANTELOPE oil on canvas, framed, signed H26” W48”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection 93

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95 JOHN GADSBY CHAPMAN (New York/Italian, 1808-1889) LAKE OF ALBANO, PILGRIMS TO THE MADONNA DEL TUFO ON ASSUMPTION DAY, circa 1873 oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H27” W43”

$1,500-2,000

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Provenance: Property deaccessioned from a South Carolina museum to benefit the collections fund Christie’s-New York, Nov. 14, 1991, Lot 50 Other Notes: Original canvas (now relined) bears inscription identifying the subject as Madonna painted for an A.O. Bigelow Esq of Boston in Rome in 1873.

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96 AMERICAN SCHOOL PORTRAIT, 19TH CENTURY YOUNG GENTLEMAN IN YELLOW WAISTCOAT oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H30” W25”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Georgia private collection

97 THOMAS HART BENTON STYLE (Missouri, 1782-1858) AARON lithograph, framed, signed lower right sight H13 1/2” W10 1/4”

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$1,000-2,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

98 ALEXANDER-WISSOTZKY Tanya Wissotzky and Alexander Galtchansky (Ukrainian/American, 1959 - 2006 and 2008) STILL LIFE WITH GRAPES oil on canvas, framed, signed H36” W27 1/2”

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99 LUIGI KASIMIR (New York/Austrian, 1881-1862) five works: Views of Austria, PETAU-DARVE RIVER, BAD GASTEIN, SEILERGASSE, INNSBRUCK GOLDEN ROOF, and MEIDLING GATE color etchings, framed, signed in pencil, plates H12 1/2” W14” to H18” W25” (5pcs)

$800-1,200

$700-900

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Georgia private collection


Fine Southern Furniture 100 SOUTHERN FEDERAL WALNUT BUREAU BOOKCASE, VIRGINIA late 19th century, dentil-molded broken-arch pediment, arched panel doors opening to fitted interiors decorated with initials IL and numerals 9 and 3; lower part with hinged lid concealing fitted pigeonholes, document drawers and prospect door, over four graduated drawers and ogee bracket feet; yellow pine and walnut secondary woods; H97” W38” D21”

$3,000-5,000 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection

101 SOUTHERN FEDERAL MAHOGANY CELLARETTE, MARYLAND Baltimore, circa 1830, sarcophagus form with hinged lid on bracket feet; H16 1/2” W17 1/2” D17 1/2”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch, recovered from Baltimore

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102 SOUTHERN WALNUT DROP-LEAF TABLE, VIRGINIA

105 AMERICAN INLAID MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, POSSIBLY NORTH CAROLINA

18th century, oval top on cabriole legs with pad feet; H28” W38” L47”

circa 1800, rectangular top over case with central drawer flanked by small drawers having boxwood stringing with quadrant corners and tri-corner inlay, on tapered legs; H29 3/4” W36 1/8” D20 3/8”

$400-700

$1,000-2,000

Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch, deaccessioned from the Poe House Museum, Richmond, Virginia

Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

103 FEDERAL STYLE BULL’S-EYE GILTWOOD MIRROR eagle on pedestal atop circular beaded frame surrounded by garland, issuing pairs of candlearms; H43” W32”

$500-700 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

104 SOUTHERN INLAID WALNUT SLANT-FRONT DESK, POSSIBLY NORTH CAROLINA circa 1800, dovetailed case with fallboard centering star inlay and concealing interior of drawers and pigeonholes, over four long graduated drawers, with shaped skirt and ogee feet; H43 1/4” W36 1/4” D18”

$1,500-3,000 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

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106 CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY AND PARCEL-GILT MIRROR 19th century, scrolling frame surmounted by eagle, carved gilt liner enclosing mirrored plate; H54 3/4” W24”

$500-700 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

107 SOUTHERN WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS, NORTH CAROLINA OR VIRGINIA first half 19th century, rectangular top over four long drawers and turned legs, with paneled sides; H45 1/2” W40 1/2” D19 3/4”

$600-900 Provenance: South Carolina collection

108 SOUTHERN FEDERAL WALNUT AND MAHOGANY FALL-FRONT DESK, KENTUCKY circa 1810, hinged lid opening to fitted interiors, over four long graduated drawers with extensive cherry crossbanding, on bracket feet; poplar secondary wood; H44 1/4” W42” D20 1/2”

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$3,000-5,000 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

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109 SOUTHERN INLAID WALNUT PEMBROKE TABLE early 19th century, oval drop-leaf top, with single drawer and opposing faux drawer, on tapered legs with ankle banding; H29 1/8” W43 3/4” open D34 1/8”

$500-700 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

110 SOUTHERN BOWFRONT WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS circa 1830, shaped top with beaded edge over four long graduated drawers flanked by beaded pilasters, on ring-turned legs; H41 3/8” W40” D21 5/8”

$600-900 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

111 FEDERAL MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD, NORTH CAROLINA circa 1820, rectangular top with beaded edge, on case with drawers over doors, on ring-turned legs with ball feet; H45 1/4” W68 5/8” D21 3/4”

$2,000-4,000 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

112 AMERICAN SHERATON CHERRY WORKTABLE circa 1825, square-edged rectangular top, with single frieze drawer and turned legs with tulip feet; H28 1/4” W34 7/8” D18”

$400-600 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

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113 CHERRY CORNER CABINET, POSSIBLY NORTH CAROLINA early 19th century, canted cornice over conforming case and pair glazed doors before shaped shelves, on waist-molded lower part with paneled doors and scalloped skirt, stiles extending to feet; H88 1/2” W47” D26”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

114 SOUTHERN FEDERAL INLAID WALNUT CHINA PRESS, SOUTH CAROLINA circa 1810, molded inlaid crown over divided glazed panel doors with Gothic arch design; lower part with two short and four long drawers, on bracket feet; H83 1/2” W39” D22”

$3,000-4,000 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch, recovered from South Carolina

115 SOUTHERN EMPIRE MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS, UPSTATE SOUTH CAROLINA 19th century, rectangular top over two short and three long drawers on bracket feet; H40” W39 1/2” D21”

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116 SOUTHERN MIXED WOOD DRESSING TABLE, SOUTH CAROLINA probably Laurens County, late 18th century, rectangular molded edge top over shaped skirt fitted with three short drawers, on tapered legs with pad feet; H29” W29 1/2” D17 3/4”

$600-900 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch, recovered from South Carolina 115

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117 SOUTHERN CHERRY CHEST OF DRAWERS, PROBABLY UPSTATE SOUTH CAROLINA

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119 SOUTHERN WALNUT CUPBOARD

circa 1820, rectangular top over four drawers on bracket feet; H43” W33” D14”

circa 1830, molded crown, divided panel door, fitted interiors of shelves and document compartments, on molded base; H41” W27 1/2” D13”

$500-700

$400-600

Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection

Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

118 SOUTHERN PINE BLANKET CHEST, PROBABLY KENTUCKY

120 SOUTHERN FEDERAL WALNUT CHAIRS, VIRGINIA

circa 1830, hinged molded edge top on bracket feet; H20 1/2” W38” D16 1/2”

$200-400 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

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late 18th/early 19th century, straight crestrail, pierced splat, on square legs joined by stretchers; BH36 1/2” SH17 1/2” W18 1/2” D16” (4pcs)

$600-900 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch, recovered from Virginia

121 FOLK ART PAINT-GRAIN BUREAU BOOKCASE circa 1800, shaped and molded cornice over cabinet with raised panel doors, on lower part with fallboard concealing interior fitted with small drawers, above three long drawers and bracket base; H81 1/2” W45 1/2” D18”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

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123 EDWARD VON SIEBOLD DINGLE (South Carolina, 1893-1975) BLUE-HEADED VIREO AND SWEET GUM, No. 2222 gouache, framed, signed sight size H11 3/4” W8 3/4”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: New York collection

124 ATHOS MENABONI (Georgia/Italian, 1895-1990) TURDUS MIGRATORIUS gouache, framed, signed sight H21” W16”

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122 SOUTHERN WALNUT WORKTABLE, POSSIBLY NORTH CAROLINA circa 1825, rectangular top on case with single drawer, on block-and-ring turned legs; H29 1/2” W21 1/2” D19 7/8”

$300-500 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

125 ATHOS MENABONI

(New York, 1926-2009) WOMAN BEADING, 1989 watercolor, framed signed H8 3/4” W9”

(Georgia,/Italian, 1895-1990) RED THROATED HUMMINGBIRD gouache, framed, signed sight H20” W16”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

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126 DAVID LEVINE

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Georgia private collection Galerie Timothy Tew, Atlanta, Georgia Meredith Long & Co, Houston, Texas Forum Gallery, New York, FO No. 12958 Exhibitions: David Levine: The World He Saw [Forum Gallery, New York, Dec. 11, 2014 - Jan. 17, 2015, CG6064] Other Notes: Various gallery labels on verso.

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127 ALFRED HEBER HUTTY (South Carolina, 1877-1954) MORNING GOSSIPS drypoint, signed lower margin in pencil image H2 1/4” W3”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Illinois private collection Literature: Arnold, Sara C. and Stephen G. Hoffius, eds. THE LIFE AND ART OF ALFRED HUTTY: WOODSTOCK TO CHARLESTON. Columbia: The University of South Carolina Press, 2012. Illus. p.193

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128 PRINCE PIERRE TROUBETZKOY (Russian/Virginia, 1864-1936) PORTRAIT OF PRIME MINISTER WILLIAM EWART GLADSTONE (1809-1898), 1893 oil on panel, period frame, signed lower right: 7 June 93/Downing str/PTroubetzkoy; signed verso: Done at Downing St./during the Home Rule Bill/Debates 7 of June 1893/Pierre Troubetzkoy H10 5/8” W8”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Writer and wife of the artist Amelie Rives Troubetzkoy, by bequest to her sister Miss Landon Rives of Albemarle County, VA, to Mrs. Sanders Hobson, donated to a Virginia institution and now deaccessioned to benefit the collections and conservation funds. Exhibitions: Thomas Agnew & Sons, London & New York, label verso. Literature: Borgmeyer, Charles L. ART OF PRINCE PIERRE TROUBETZKOY. Fine Arts Journal 26.1 (1912): similar version illus. p.9. Other Notes: Another version of this portrait is in the collection of the National Portrait Gallery, London.

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130 CHARLES REINIKE (Louisiana, 1906-1983) HORSE WAGON watercolor on paper, laid to board, signed lower right H11 1/4” W15 1/4”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Illinois private collection

129 ANNE WORSHAM RICHARDSON (South Carolina, b. 1922) three works: RABBIT, RACCOON, and SQUIRREL pen and ink drawings, signed, sheet size H13 3/4” W10 3/4” (3pcs)

$900-1,200 Provenance: Maryland private collection

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131 FREDERICK D JONES, JR

131 (Illinois/South Carolina, 1914-2004) CHARLESTON STREET SCENE watercolor on board, framed, signed lower right: Fred Jones H40” W20”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Illinois private collection


132 ELIZABETH O’NEILL VERNER (South Carolina, 1883-1979) LOWER KING STREET, CHARLESTON etching, unframed, signed and titled lower margin in pencil image H5” W3 3/8”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Illinois private collection

134 PORTFOLIO OF PRINGLE HOUSE PRINTS, ALICE RAVENEL HUGER SMITH (South Carolina, 1876-1958) TWENTY DRAWINGS OF THE PRINGLE HOUSE ON KING STREET, CHARLESTON, SC, 1914 title page, 3 pages text, and 20 lithographic prints housed in original hinged portfolio cover

$400-600 133 PORTRAIT PAINTING OF CSA COL. JOHN EDMUNDS BROWN

Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

(North Carolina, 1830-1896) oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H30 1/2” W25 1/4”

$700-900

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Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown Other Notes: John Edmunds Brown grew to affluence in Charlotte, North Carolina, first as a lawyer, then as a colonel in the Confederate Army during the Civil War, and finally as a member of the Legislature. Colonel Brown’s military service includes participation in the Battle of New Bern, the Bermuda Hundred Campaign, where he survived a gunshot wound to the head, and the Battle of Bentonville. This portrait of Colonel Brown is attributed to his wife, Laura Panthea Morrison, daughter of Rev. Robert Hall Morrison, first president of Davidson College, and sister of Mary Anna Morrison, second wife of Thomas Jonathan “Stonewall” Jackson.

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135 GILMER PETROFF (South Carolina/New York, 1913-1990) CAROLINA SAND DUNES oil on canvasboard, framed, signed H16 1/2” W22”

$300-400 Provenance: Descended in the Rutledge-Rose Family

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138 COLLECTION OF SOUTHERN WORKS

139 J. HAROLD CLICK

ON PAPER

(North Carolina/Oklahoma, 20th century) pair works: FAVEROLLES and LONGHORN COCKS watercolor, framed, signed, JH Click sight H9” W7” (2pcs)

K. David Brown (Florida, wk. 1969present) ATHENA, etching on paper, unframed, titled and signed lower middle H32” W19” Anne Wilson Goldthwaite (Alabama, 1869-1944) GARDEN IN BERMUDA, watercolor on paper, unframed, signed and titled sight H13 3/4” H15 1/4”

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136 GORDON WHEELER (South Carolina, 20th century) ST MICHAEL’S CHURCH, CHARLESTON watercolor, framed, signed sight H14” W10”

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Jarrell Hethcox (Georgia, 1929-2006) TOLEDO, 1968, ink on paper, unframed, signed and dated lower right H22” W34” Hilton Leech (act. Florida, 1906-1969) WINTER WILDERNESS, tempera on paper, unframed, signed lower right H22 3/4” W29 3/4”

$200-400 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

140 JANE RUARK 138

(South Carolina, 20th century) SEA OATS watercolor, framed, signed sight H7” W9 1/2”

$200-300 Provenance: Descended in the Rutledge family

Wayne Spradley (Alabama, b.1937) ANNIE VEE’S JUGS, 1972, watercolor on paper, unframed, signed and dated lower right H17” W12” (5pcs)

$300-500 137 RATTIGAN

Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

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(South Carolina, 20th century) PORCHER-SIMONDS HOUSE (29 East Battery, Charleston) watercolor, framed, signed & dated sight H19 1/2” W28 1/4”

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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141 SOUTHERN ART BY DALE RAYBURN AND PAUL CHELKO Dale Rayburn (Georgia, b.1942) LIFELINE, color etching, signed, titled & numbered 62/100, framed size H13 1/3” W13 1/2” Paul Chelko (Georgia, 20th century) BOTTLE STILL LIFE, acrylic on board, signed, framed size H11” W11 1/2” (2pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

142 CHARLES FREDERICK NAEGELE 141

(Tennessee/Georgia, 1857-1944) PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN WITH SPECTACLES oil on board, period frame, signed upper right H14” W10”

$200-300 Provenance: California private collection

143 BOB GRENKO (South Carolina, 20th century) CITADEL pen and ink, framed, signed sight H13 1/2” W17”

$200-300 Provenance: South Carolina private collection Other Notes: Accompanied by letter from the South Carolina Governor’s Office 142

144 BOOK: MENABONI’S BIRDS, AUTHOR SIGNED Menaboni, Athos & Sara. MENABONI’S BIRDS. New York: Rinehart & Co, 1950. Title page with dedication to Marguerite and Randy Wilkerson and author signed

$50-75 Provenance: Georgia private collection

145 BOOK: ELIZABETH O’NEILL VERNER OTHER PLACES. Columbia, South Carolina: Bostick & Thornley, 1946. 143

$50-100

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146 PAIR CHARLESTON BRASS ANDIRONS circa 1820, urn finial on baluster stem; H21 1/2” W5 1/2” D21 1/2”

$400-600 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

147 COLLECTION SOUTH CAROLINA SOUVENIR SPOONS, MEDALS, AND FLAG comprising: 6 spoons featuring various buildings from 1901-1902 Inter-state and West Indian Exposition, 4 marked: STERLING, L4” to L5 5/8” Jasper, Fort Sumter souvenir spoon with vermeil basin, marked: JAS ALLAN&CO, STERLING, L6” bronze 1883 Charleston centennial medal, Dia.2 1/4” Confederate States of America palmetto badge pin, H1 7/8” Confederate flag from South Carolina State Capitol building, accompanied by letter of certification (10pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

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148 RARE SOUTHERN BROTHEL TOKEN early 20th century, one side marked: THE ACE CATHOUSE NASHVILLE TENN, and verso: BLACKS ONLY; Dia.1 3/4”

$100-200 Provenance: New York City private collection

149 ENTERPRISE MFG NO. 216 CAST-IRON COFFEE GRINDER Philadelphia, pat. July 12, 1898, original red paint, decorated with American eagle and shield decal; H69” W35” D32”

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$1,000-1,500 Provenance: South Carolina collection

150 COLLECTION OF AMERICA PRESSED BRASS TIEBACKS

set of six, Dia.5”; set of four, Dia.2 3/4”; and set of four, Dia.3” (14pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown 151

151 BRASS CANDLESTICK COLLECTION single with shade, H21” and 7 pairs, H6” to 12 1/2” (15pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

152 NATIVE AMERICAN WOVEN BASKET tri-color design on natural ground, H5 1/2” Dia.10 3/4”

$100-200 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

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153 KEYSTONE RAILROAD RIDE ‘EM TRAIN 6400 locomotive with bell and cowcatcher, H13” L25” D7” 6500 freight car, H9 1/2” L19” W7” red and black painted pressed steel body with decals (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Georgia private collection

154 SOUTH CAROLINA DISPENSARY AND OTHER BOTTLES

19th century, comprising: 5 SCD monogram cylinder bottles, H9 1/4” 2 Palmetto cylinder bottles, H9 1/2” 3 SCD monogram flasks, H8” 2 SCD monogram flasks, H6 3/4” 1 Palmetto flask, H7” together with Charleston Andrew A. Kroeg Pharmacist bottle, H5”; Charleston A.W. Eckel Pharmacist bottle, H6 1/4”; and C.C. Habenicht, Columbia bottle, H10” (16pcs)

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155 SOUTHERN AND AMERICAN BOTTLES 19th century, comprising: Dreyfuss, Well & Co, Paducah, Kentucky, H6 1/2” World Bottling Works, New Orleans, LA, H8” CCS & M Co, New Orleans, LA, H8” Horlick’s, Racine, Wis., H5” Glyco-Heroin, New York, H7 3/4” Lea & Perrins, H7 1/4” Durkee & Co, New York, H7” True Fruit, Rochester, New York, H9 1/2” Zeno, Cleveland, Ohio, H6” and 5 other misc. bottles, H2 1/2” to 7” (14pcs)

$200-300 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

156 CATAWBA POTTERY VESSELS BY SARA AYERS AND FLORENCE WADE

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South Carolina Native American potter (Sara Ayers, 1919-2002) and (Florence Wade, b. 1922) Ayers chief head pot, H7” W11” Ayers duck vessel, H4” W5 1/2” 2 Wade turtles, L3” Wade frog, L2 1/2” each signed (5pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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157 RARE COLT’S PATENT POWDER FLASK mid 19th century, raised design of crossed rifles and revolvers over stand-of-flags and cannon, and repeated on verso; H7 1/2” W3”

$500-800 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

158 AMERICAN COPPER POWDER FLASK 19th century, pheasant in relief and landscape scene, H7 1/4” W3 1/2”

$200-400 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

159 D. LAMOTTE .32 CAL PERCUSSION BOY ’S RIFLE

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German silver furniture, crescent butt plate and patchbox, bird’s eye maple stock with plaque engraved: Robert Patton Montgomery His Rifle; barrel L24” Overall L38”

$500-800 Provenance: South Carolina private collection 159

160 WILLIAM MOORE PERCUSSION S/S SPORTING GUN barrel L32” overall L48 1/4”

$300-400 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

161 ENGLISH PERCUSSION 80-BORE FOWLING PIECE

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London, early 19th century, lock marked: Ketland, half octagon and round barrel, marked: London Brass Furniture, Converson; barrel L46” Overall L62”

$400-700 Provenance: South Carolina private collection 161

162 MIDEASTERN SNAPHAUNCE FLINTLOCK late 18th/early 19th century, approx. 60-bore, bone inlaid full stock, 11-barrel bands, no visible marks; barrel L48” overall L61 1/2”

$600-800 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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167 IWC SCHAFFHAUSEN 18K GOLD POCKET WATCH 163

163 GERMAN SWORD WITH SCABBARD BY PACK, OHLIGER & CO

166 VINTAGE ELGIN 721 ELVIS TANK DIRECT-READ JUMP HOUR WRISTWATCH WITH BOX

circa 1905-25, wrapped grip and shaped handguard, leaf-and-vine decorated blade; PO&CO mark, overall H36 3/4”

circa 1957, 14K gold-filled case and band, 23-jewel movement, T385394 and 7777; with original box (2pcs)

$200-400

$200-300

Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

Provenance: Georgia private collection

circa 1963, metal dial with Arabic numerals concealing 17-jewel movement and gold case, inner cover engraved: To Sandy My Love Forever Patty, August 24, 1963; also marked 18K and serial no. 1671006, H2 1/2” w2”, and 2.9ozT all in

$800-1,200 Provenance: Georgia private collection

164 BREITLING CHRONOMAT WRISTWATCH hour markers on burgundy dial, date aperture, three subsidiary dials in two-tone case and leather wristband, marked B13047, 1-12810; L10”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: California collection

165 CONCORD MARINER DIAMOND-SET TWO-TONE WRISTWATCH

stainless steel case with diamond-set gold-tone bezel, marked Mariner SG, 14-81-115-V13, 536549, L7”

$600-800 Provenance: California collection 164

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168 WALTHAM UP AND DOWN VANGUARD, AND ILLINOIS RAILROAD POCKET WATCHES

Waltham Up and Down Vanguard gold-filled open face watch with decorative bezel, enameled dial, Arabic hour numerals and outer minute track, up and down subsidiary dials, 23-jewel movement marked and serial no. 25342976; H2 1/2” W2” together with Illinois Bunn Special Double Roller gold-filled railroad watch, enameled dial with Arabic hour numerals, outer minute track, and subsidiary dial; 21-jewel 60-hour motor barrel movement marked and serial no. 5569061; H2 1/2” W2” (2pcs)

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$500-900 Provenance: Georgia private collection

169 PATEK PHILIPPE 18K GOLD OPENFACE POCKET WATCH, COWELL & HUBBARD circa 1900, enameled dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary dial concealing movement marked: Patek Philippe & Co and The Cowell & Hubbard Co, serial no. 98277; gold case marked 210958; H1 3/4” W1 1/4”, and 0.9ozT all in

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$500-900 Provenance: Georgia private collection

170 FRENCH VERGE REPEATING WATCH IN UNUSUAL CARVED BOX

first half 19th century, carved burl box depicting Napoleon on horseback, opening to reveal shell-lined interior and portrait-painted lid of Napoleon I and Marie Walewska, above French quarter-repeating decimal dial watch, works marked: Peter Sattler a Freyburg, possibly 18th century, H1” L4 1/2” D2 1/2”

$500-900 Provenance: Estate of Norman Citron, Atlanta, Georgia

171 W. ALLEMANN-MONTREUX SWISS EIGHT-DAY HANGING CLOCK early 20th century, painted gouache enameled and vermeil silver case housing round dial clock suspended on silk rope and tassel hanging; marked: W. Allemann-Montreux, 935 (silver standard) 57634; H15” W3”

$200-400 Provenance: Estate of Norman Citron, Atlanta, Georgia

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172 QUEEN ANNE STYLE CHINOISERIE LACQUERED SECRETARY BOOKCASE

late 18th century, double arched molded crown with finial over conforming raised panel door and candle slides, opening to reveal small compartments; the lower part with hinged lid opening fitted interior, above four drawers, on bracket feet; the top of a later date; H93” W44” D21 1/2”

$14,000-16,000 Provenance: Tennessee collection

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173 RARE CHINESE CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR

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176 PAIR GEORGIAN STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY LIBRARY ARMCHAIRS mid 19th century, upholstered back and seat, scrolling armrests, on shell-carved cabriole legs with ball-and-claw feet; BH41” SH19” W27” D22” (2pcs)

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: South Carolina collection

circa 1780, lattice-work back and arm panels on square legs joined by stretcher, BH37” SH17” W23 1/2” D20”

$1,000-1,500 174 REGENCY STYLE INLAID MIXED WOOD RENT TABLE mid 19th century, octagonal top with leather writing surface, three sham and five working drawers, one fitted for coins and currency, on urn-form pedestal with four saber legs ending with cups and casters, decorated overall with bellflowers, scrolling tendrils and panels of classical figures; H30 1/2” Dia.50”

$1,000-1,800 175 PAIR GEORGIAN CARVED GILTWOOD GIRANDOLES, BY CHARLES ANDREW NOSOTTI first part 19th century, leaf-and-scroll pediment, scrolling pierced frame issuing candleholders, H48” W32” (2pcs)

$3,000-4,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection Other Notes: Versos with partial old paper labels reading: Nosotti, Newman St. London.

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177 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY TALL CHEST OF DRAWERS circa 1800, molded-edge top over 5 graduated long drawers and ogee bracket feet, H57” W47 1/2” D22”

$1,000-1,500 178 GEORGE III MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS, SET OF SIX

circa 1800, arched crestrail, pierced splat on square tapered legs joined by stretchers, BH38” SH18” W22” D18” (6pcs)

$1,400-1,800 179 REGENCY CARVED GILTWOOD CONVEX BULLS-EYE MIRROR

mid 19th century, eagle pediment over round frame centering convex mirror, ending with shell decoration; H39” Dia.25 1/2”

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$800-1,200 Provenance: Georgia collection

180 WILLIAM IV STYLE MAHOGANY DINING TABLE late 19th century, square top, molded skirt, on turned pedestal and saber legs with carved feet, H30” W58 1/2” D58 1/2” 179

$1,000-2,000 181 ENGLISH MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS mid 19th century, rectangular molded top over case with two short and three long graduated drawers, on bracket base; H42 3/4” W43” D19 1/2”

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$600-900 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

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182 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY DOUBLE CHEST OF DRAWERS WITH SECRETAIRE

circa 1820, broken-arch dentil-molded pediment centering finial, with fluted frieze over two short and three long drawers, on lower part with secretary drawer fitted with prospect door, drawers and pigeonholes, over two long drawers, on ogee-bracket feet; H89 1/2” W45 1/4” D23 1/4”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Georgia private collection

183 GEORGIAN PARCEL-GILT MAHOGANY MIRROR

mid 19th century, broken-arch pediment over ornate frame centering looking glass; H58” W31”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

184 GEORGE III CARVED MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE

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circa 1810, pierce-carved gallery and carved edge, over three short drawers, on square fluted legs with pierced brackets; H35” W28 1/2” D17”

$600-900 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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185 ENGLISH MAHOGANY BUTLER’S TRAY ON STAND circa 1800, rectangular tray with full gallery and pierced handles, on associated stand; overall H26” W19 1/4” D29 1/4”

$500-1,000 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

186 PAIR ADAM STYLE GILTWOOD MIRRORS oval form surmounted with urn issuing flowers; H55” W25”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

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187 NEAR PAIR GEORGIAN MAHOGANY GAMES TABLES

first quarter 19th century, D-shaped double-hinged top opening to well, resting on tapered round legs with pad feet, H48 3/4” W30” D14 3/4” (2pcs)

$1,200-1,800 188 ANGLO-COLONIAL MAHOGANY AND CANE

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PLANTER’S CHAIR

third quarter 19th century, reclining backrest leading to plank arms, on ring-turned legs, bearing old Sotheby’s label; BH37 1/2” SH17” W25 1/2” D62”

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection purchased from Sotheby’s New York in the late 1980s

189 SHERATON STYLE UPHOLSTERED SOFA shaped back and continuous arms flanking serpentine seat with single cushion, on carved cabriole legs; BH39 1/2” SH23” D34” L72”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

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190 GEORGE III MAHOGANY TILT-TOP WINE TABLE circa 1820, oval top on baluster column supported by inlaid saber legs; H27 1/2” W20 1/2” D14 1/2”

$400-700 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

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191 CHINESE CHIPPENDALE STYLE TEA TABLE tray top with fretwork gallery, on bundled faux-bamboo legs, with pierced S-curve stretcher; H29 1/2” W33 7/8” D21 7/8”

$500-800 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

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194 PAIR CONTINENTAL SILVER SIX-LIGHT CANDELABRA, G. SCHNAUFFER first half 20th century, Neoclassical two-part design with scrolling arms on Corinthian fluted column, stamped by maker and 800, H24” Dia.13”, and 150.ozT (2pcs)

$3,000-4,000 192 NEAR PAIR QUEEN ANNE STYLE

Provenance: South Carolina collection

MAHOGANY ARMCHAIRS

mid 19th century, scrolled and eared crest over vasiform splat and outturned arms, with slip seat, on cabriole legs; BH38 1/4” SH20” W26 1/4” D21” (2pcs)

$400-600

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Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

195 IMPRESSIVE TURKISH STERLING TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, MEVLANA

193 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY DROP-LEAF

ornate pattern with swan’s-head spouts, comprising: hot water kettle, H17” coffeepot, H10” teapot, H10” covered sugar, H8” creamer, H6” Total 165.0ozT all in (5pcs)

HARVEST TABLE

mid 19th century, hinged oval top on straight bead-and-channel legs; H30” W52 3/4” open D84 1/2”

$700-1,000

$2,000-2,500

Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

Provenance: Estate of Mrs. J. Donald Dial, Columbia, South Carolina

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199 DOMINICK & HAFF 1776 PATTERN

STERLING FLATWARE

STERLING FLATWARE

circa 1970, comprising: 8 hollow handle knives, L9 3/4” 8 forks, L7 1/2” 8 forks, L6 1/2” 8 spoons, L6 1/2” 14 teaspoons, L6” 3 serving spoons, L8” serving fork, L10” gravy ladle, L7 1/4” sugar shell, L5 1/2” hollow handle master butter, L8” marked: Stieff and Williamsburg Foundation Total 66.0ozT weighable (53pcs)

circa 1886, engraved with initials MAW, comprising: 6 hollow handle knives, L9 1/2” 9 hollow handle knives, L8 3/4” 6 forks, L8” 8 forks, L7” 8 forks, L6 1/2” 8 round soups, L7” 6 iced tea spoons, L7 1/2” 10 teaspoons, L6” 4 demitasse, L4 1/2” 2 serving spoons, L8 1/4” meat fork, L8” serving fork, L8 1/2” gravy ladle, L6” master butter, L7 1/2” condiment spoon, L6 1/4” 3 condiment forks, L4 1/2” to 5 1/2” 2 hollow handle pastry servers, L9” and 10” 3-piece carving utensils, L9 1/2” total 82.0ozT weighable (80pcs)

$1,200-1,800 Provenance: Georgia private collection 196

196 GEORG JENSEN ACORN STERLING FLATWARE

Denmark, circa 1915, comprising: 12 hollow handle knives, L9” 12 forks, L7 1/2” 12 forks, L6 1/2” 12 spoons, L5 1/2” 12 teaspoons, L5 1/2” 4 demitasse, L3 3/4” 2-piece salad set, L9 1/2” 2 condiment servers, L6” master butter, L7” Total 80.0ozT (69pcs)

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$1,000-1,500

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200 GORHAM MELROSE STERLING

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FLATWARE

circa 1948, comprising: 12 hollow handle knives, L9 1/2” 8 hollow handle spreaders, L6 1/4” 10 forks, L7 3/4” 12 forks, L6 3/4” 10 spoons, L6 3/4” 10 spoons, L6 1/4” 12 teaspoons, L6” sugar spoon, L6” 2 hollow handle master butters, L7” Total 85.0ozT weighable (77pcs)

197 EDWARDIAN STERLING TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, WALKER & HALL Sheffield, dated 1898, comprising: coffeepot, H12” teapot, H9 1/2” open sugar, H8 1/2” creamer, H7 1/2” and associated silverplate tray, L26” Total 75.0ozT weighable (5pcs)

$1,000-1,500

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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201 AMERICAN STERLING COFFEE SET AND TRAYS

204 GEORGE III STERLING TEAPOT ON STAND, CARTER, SMITH & SHARP

Reed & Barton 3-pc coffee set, H8 1/2” Fisher cream and sugar set, H4” Tiffany & Co tray, Dia.10” Fisher tray, Dia.10 1/2” Gorham tazza, H3 1/2” W14” silverplate oblong tray, L12 1/2” engraved with initials Total 72.0ozT weighable (9pcs)

London, dated 1778 and 1790, ornately-chased oval teapot (Daniel Smith and Robert Sharp), H5 1/4” W14”; and decorated stand (Robert Carter, Daniel Smith, Robert Sharp), L6 1/2”, and 28.0ozT (2pcs)

$900-1,200

Provenance: Georgia private collection

$400-600

Provenance: Ohio private collection

202 GEORGE III STERLING FOOTED SALVER, WILLIAM BENNETT

205 TIFFANY & CO STERLING BREAD PLATE SET

London, dated 1817, wide pierce-worked shell and grapevine border on round tray, on scroll-and-leaf feet, Dia.13 1/4”, and 44.0ozT

early 20th century, engraved with initials McD, in original silvercloth bags; marked: 18249/9598, Dia.6 1/4” and total 47.0ozT (12pcs)

$700-1,000

$700-900

Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

203 GEORGE III STERLING LOVING CUP, JOHN LANGLANDS I

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Newcastle, dated 1803, ornate chased bowl with unidentified engraved crest in cartouche flanked by scrolling handles on pedestal base, complete hallmarks, H7 1/2” W9”, and 16.0ozT

$500-900 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch 205

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206 AMERICAN STERLING TABLEWARE, TIFFANY, GORHAM AND ALEXANDER Set of 5 Tiffany & Co Wave Edge spoons, L8 1/2” Gorham Corinthian ladle, L13 1/4” Alexander & Co cream and sugar set, H3 1/4” engraved with various initials Total 27.0ozT (8pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Ohio private collection

207 TIFFANY & CO STERLING FOOTED BOWL

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early 20th century, fine flowering vine-decorated design, marked: Tiffany & Co, Sterling, 14081/5618; H3 1/2” W6 1/4” D4 1/2”, and 5.8ozT

$200-300 Provenance: South Carolina collection

208 AMERICAN STERLING CENTERBOWL circa 1900, lily and pierced scroll design, marked: Sterling 2027; H3” Dia.13”, and 27.5ozT

$400-600 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

209 GORHAM STERLING HAND-HAMMERED GOBLET SET

engraved with initials CPP, marked: A7069/1, H6” and total 25.0ozT (6pcs)

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$400-700 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

210 WALLACE STERLING BEVERAGE PITCHER repousse swags, shell-and-garland pattern, marked: 4050-9, H12” and 25.0ozT

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

211 GORHAM STERLING GOBLET SET pattern C4004, H6 1/2” and 21.0ozT (4pcs)

$300-500 208

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212 ANTIQUE PERSIAN SERAPI

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215 ANTIQUE PERSIAN AFSHAR

CARPET

CARPET

circa 1890, 11’10” x 14’9”

6’6” x 19’2”

$10,000-15,000

$2,000-3,000

217 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN KERMAN CARPET

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circa 1930 13’4” x 16’7”

$1,200-1,800 213 TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET

216 PERSIAN GARDEN AFSHAR

9’9” x 10’

CARPET

$2,500-4,500

10’5” x 13’2”

Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

$1,500-3,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

214 SERAPI CARPET

Provenance: Georgia private collection

218 ANTIQUE PERSIAN SERAPI CARPET

circa 1910 11’8” x 14’

$7,000-9,000

11’10” x 14’10”

$2,000-3,000

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219 PERSIAN BIRJAND CARPET

221 ANTIQUE TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET

223 SERAPI CARPET

9’10” x 12’6”

11’3” x 17’7”

11’9” x 17’10”

$1,000-2,000

$4,000-6,000

$2,500-4,000

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

220 PERSIAN SAROUK CARPET

222 TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET

circa 1920, 10’4” x 17’3”

12’6” x 17’10”

$800-1,200

$1,500-3,000

$2,000-3,000

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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224 AUBUSSON CARPET 11’11” x 15’

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225 AUBUSSON CARPET

227 SULTANABAD CARPET

229 INDO TABRIZ CARPET

9’2” x 11’10”

12’ x 17’6”

8’3” x 10’1”

$1,000-1,500

$3,000-5,000

$700-900

226 CHINESE SOUMAC CARPET

228 PERSIAN MAHAL CARPET

230 PERSIAN MAHAL CARPET

9’11” x 13’10”

7’1” x 9’10”

circa 1960, 9’1” x 11’10”

$800-1,200

$800-1,200

$500-800

Provenance: Georgia private collection

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231 RARE QUEEN ANNE RED CEDAR TEA TABLE, ATTRIBUTED TO BERMUDA circa 1750, rectangular piecrust top, shaped skirt and cabriole legs; H28 3/4” W34 1/2” D20 1/2”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

232 GEORGE III MAHOGANY CHEST ON

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CHEST WITH SECRETARY DRAWER

circa 1790, dentil-molded crown over two short and three long drawers above fall-front desk drawer with fitted interiors; lower part with three long drawers on bracket feet; H79” W48” D24”

233 ENGLISH ROCOCO STYLE CARVED WOOD AND GILT MIRROR 19th century, bisected frame of flowerheads, scrolls and acanthus with ropetwist molding, enclosing mirrored plates; H61” W28”

$1,800-3,000

$800-1,000

Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

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234 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY BATCHELOR’S CHEST

237 GEORGIAN CARVED MAHOGANY TILT-TOP TABLE

238 CHIPPENDALE UPHOLSTERED MAHOGANY

circa 1800, rectangular molded top with notched corners, over case with two short and three long drawers, with bracket base; H32 7/8” W36 1/8” D20 7/8”

circa 1810, elaborately pierce-carved scalloped gallery top, on urn-carved column, on carved cabriole legs with padded ball-and-claw feet; H31 1/2” Dia.34 1/2”

WINGBACK CHAIR

$700-1,000

Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

$1,000-2,000

late 18th/early 19th century, arched back, scrolling armrests on square legs joined by stretchers; BH48” SH21” W34” D27”

$1,500-3,000 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

235 CHIPPENDALE STYLE CARVED MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR

third quarter 19th century, shaped crestrail, pierced splat on carved cabriole legs and ball-and-claw feet; H39” SH18” W30” D19”

$300-500 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

236 GEORGE III MAHOGANY CARD TABLE circa 1790, hinged top with canted corners opening to felt interior with carved well, skirt of conforming shape on cabriole legs with pad feet; H29” W36” D18”

$700-1,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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239 PAIR ENGLISH CARVED GILTWOOD MIRRORS circa 1850, scrolling arched top with leaf pediment, intricate gilt molded frame; one modern made-to-match; H60” W36” (2pcs)

242 HENKEL HARRIS CHINESE CHIPPENDALE DESIGN DINING CHAIRS, SET OF EIGHT

$1,000-2,000

overupholstered leather arched crestrail, straight back and seat, on square legs; BH42” SH19” W23” D22” (8pcs)

Provenance: Georgia private collection

$1,800-2,800 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection

Other Notes: Purchased from William Word Antiques, Atlanta, 1993, and copy made by Carolyn Guilea of Shedd Manning Studios.

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240 ENGLISH MAHOGANY SECRETARY BOOKCASE late 18th/early 19th century, swan’s-neck bonnet with rosettes centering lion couchant, with mirrored door before shelves, lower part with fallboard concealing interior fitted with prospect door, drawers and pigeonholes, with two short and three long drawers, on bracket base; H92” W39 1/4” D23”

243 QUEEN ANNE STYLE MAHOGANY MIRROR late 18th century, cyma-molded frame centering looking glass; H26 1/2” W15”

$300-500 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

$2,000-4,000 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

241 HENKEL HARRIS SHERATON STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY DINING TABLE

oval crossbanded top fitted with two 24-inch leaves, on double pedestal base; H30” W46” L124” open

$1,500-3,000 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection

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245 GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT BOOKCASE

mid 19th century, stepped and molded crown over conforming case with four astragal-glazed doors, on stepped-out lower part with corresponding cabinet doors with applied molding, on molded base with C-scroll bracket feet; H84 1/4” W84” D20 1/2”

$1,000-2,000 246 GEORGIAN INLAID MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST

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OF DRAWERS

circa 1820, shaped and crossbanded top centered with conch shell, over conforming case with two short and three long drawers, on splay feet; H41 5/8” W41 3/4” D21 1/4”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter 245

$400-600

248 GEORGE III INLAID MAHOGANY BRANDY BOARD

circa 1800, stepped-top with brass gallery over 3 short drawers, flanked by wine drawers, on tapered legs with spade feet, overall H59” W89” D35”

circa 1820, serpentine inlaid top over configuration of drawers and tapered legs with spade feet, H30” W52” D26 1/2”

$2,000-3,000

$800-1,200

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circa 1820, circular top over vasiform column issuing three S-curve legs with snakepad feet; H27 7/8” Dia.27 7/8” Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

244 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD

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251 VICTORIAN BLACK LACQUER AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL PAPIER MACHE TRAY ON STAND part 19th century, cartouche-form tray with raised rim, gilt overlay and mother-of-pearl accents, on associated faux-bamboo stand; overall H19 1/8” W31 1/4” D23 3/8”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

252 TANZANITE AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING 16.7ct cushion-cut blue-violet tanzanite flanked by 1.63ctw diamonds, color H-J, clarity VS2-SI1, in 18K white gold setting, size 6.75

$15,000-20,000

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Provenance: California collection

249 SHERATON STYLE LEATHER-UPHOLSTERED CARVED

Other Notes: Accompanied by two certificates, GIA report 2175043951, and AIG report 019915101244

MAHOGANY SOFA

late 19th/early 20th century, camelback leading to bellflower carved scrolling armrests, fluted skirt on tapered legs with spade feet; BH36” SH20” W80” D33”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

250 PAIR HEPPLEWHITE INLAID MAHOGANY CHAIRS circa 1800, leather upholstered seat; BH35” SH18” W21” D18 1/2” (2pcs)

$300-400 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

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253 CARTIER DIAMOND AND PLATINUM ETERNITY RING

3.50ctw tapered baguette-cut diamonds, color D-E, clarity VS, in channel-set platinum band, marked: Cartier, 6401; size 6 1/2

$8,000-12,000

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257 TOPAZ, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM BROOCH

cushion-cut topaz in filigree-design brooch accented with diamonds; H1 1/8” L2 1/2” 254

254 ENDLESS STRAND OF PEARLS one hundred sixty-three 9.5mm cultured white pearls, L34”

$800-1,200

$500-800 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

258 DIAMOND-ENCRUSTED NECKLACE

Provenance: Nevada private collection

123 round brilliant-cut diamonds, 13.0ctw, color E-F, clarity VS, in 18K white gold setting; L16”

255 SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

$8,000-12,000

2.44ct oval-cut natural orange sapphire surrounded by 0.4ctw diamonds in 18K white gold setting, size 6.5

$4,000-5,000 Provenance: California collection Other Notes: Accompanied by two certificates, GIA report 5171087785, and AIG report 019915113025

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259 AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING 18.06ct pear-cut aquamarine accented by 2.22ctw diamonds, color G-I, and clarity SI1-SI2, in 14K white gold setting, size 5.75

$4,000-7,000 Provenance: California collection

256 ART DECO DIAMOND AND PLATINUM FILIGREE ENGAGEMENT RING

Other Notes: Accompanied by two certificates, GIA report 110220509544, and AIG report 019915113039

1.4ct Old European-cut diamond, color H-I, clarity VS1, accented by 0.15ctw diamonds, color G-H, clarity VS2-SI2, in platinum mount; size 6

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260 RUBELLITE AND DIAMOND RING 10.34ct cushion-cut natural rubellite flanked by 0.37ctw round- and tapered baguette-cut diamonds in 18K gold setting; size 5 3/4

$5,000-7,000 261 COLLECTION OF JEWELRY

263 PLATINUM AND DIAMOND ETERNITY BAND 3.5ctw round brilliant-cut diamonds, color G-H, clarity VS; size 7 1/2

$4,000-6,000 264 SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING 1.6ct oval natural violetish-blue sapphire surrounded by 0.52ctw diamonds, color G-I, clarity SI1-SI2, in 18K white gold setting, size 7

$2,000-3,000

Tiffany & Co two-tone 14K gold dogwood brooch, L1 3/4” 14K gold locket, H1” two-tone 14K gold bracelet, L8” faceted purple glass and metal pendant, H2” W1” opal and crystal cluster ring, size 7 Total 1.7ozT weighable all in (5pcs)

Provenance: California collection

$600-900

265 PAIR CHANEL EARRINGS

Provenance: North Carolina private collection

Other Notes: Accompanied by two certificates, GIA report 2171043829, and AIG report 019915113050RTF

faux pearl and gold metal-mounted clip back, Dia.1 1/4” (2pcs)

262 BLUE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING

$200-300

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266 SHELL AND LAVA STONE CAMEO JEWELRY COLLECTION

carved shell David bust pendant/brooch on chain, H3” carved shell with laboring putti scenes pendant/brooch, H2 1/2” W3 1/2” accompanied by seven shell and three lava stone cameos, most in gold or silver mounts (12pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Norman Citron, Atlanta, Georgia

Provenance: California collection

2.53ct cushion-cut sapphire (GIA B 6/3) flanked by 0.55ctw diamonds, color G-I, clarity SI2-I2, in 18K white gold setting, size 6.75

$2,500-3,500 Provenance: California collection Other Notes: Accompanied by two certificates, GIA report 2175087920, and AIG report 019915113027

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267 ITALIAN LEATHER RHINO FOOTSTOOL

270 ENGLISH CALAMANDER AND MAHOGANY DOUBLE

mid century, H20” L39” W16”

TEA CADDIES

$600-900

19th century, William IV sarcophagus form, H8” L13” W7”; and Georgian rectangular box, H6” W12” D6” (2pcs)

Provenance: South Carolina collection

$400-700

268 ZEBRA HIDE RUG

Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

H120” W74”

271 PAIR FRENCH PAINTED-TOLEWARE CANISTERS

$500-800 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

early 20th century, oval form painted with scenic landscapes, H6 1/2” W6” D4” (2pcs) 267

269 CONTINENTAL INLAID WALNUT

$200-400 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

COFFER

272 GOLD-CAPPED AND EBONIZED

19th century, hinged lid on case, side and top inlaid with hunt scenes, flanked by carved pilasters, on turtle feet; H14” W26 3/4” D19 1/4”

WALKING STICK

late 19th century, chase-decorated 14K tested top on tapered stem, L36 1/4”

$700-900

$300-400

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

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274 FINE FRENCH BOULLEWORK PERFUME BOX

277 FINE CONTINENTAL INLAID FRUITWOOD

19th century, shell and brass-clad hinged box, plush fabric lining, fitted interior with four gilt scent bottles; H3 1/2” W5” D4 1/4”

MINIATURE SEWING BOX

$400-700

19th century, floral and scroll-inlaid hinged top, opening to fitted interior and well; H4 1/4” W7 3/4” D5 1/4”

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

275 STERLING FLASK, PERFUME FLASK AND ETUI Alvin sterling flask, H5 3/4” miniature sterling perfume flask, H2” French shell perfume etui, H8” W5 1/4” D3 1/2” (3pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

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273 ENGLISH ORNATE HANDLE CANE 19th century, chased goldplate handle and tapered shaft; H35 1/2”

$200-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

276 ENGLISH INLAID BOXES AND NECESSAIRE 19th century, tunbridge and nacre box, H5 1/2” W8 3/4” D5”; tunbridge box, H4 1/2” W10” D6 1/2”; and traveling necessaire box, H5” W11 1/4” D9” (3pcs)

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278 ENGLISH MAHOGANY MAP OR SCROLL BOX

late 19th century, lockbox and hinged top, with tray and compartment; H8 1/2” L37” D5 1/2”

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$300-400 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

282 SWISS SIX-TUNE MUSIC BOX

279 WOOD BOXES treenware box, H4” Dia.2 1/2”; and Thai mulberry-bound bamboo leaf tobacco box, H4” L8 1/2” D3” (2pcs)

late 19th century, ebonized case, six-air tune sheet under lid, 6-inch cylinder and single comb, tune selector and crank wind; H5 1/2” L17” D8”

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281 CONTINENTAL CARVED WOOD BRACKET AND

$300-400

MARQUETRY BOX

Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

19th century, stag’s-head bracket, H11 1/2” W11 1/2” D7”; and jewelry box, H4 1/4” W9 1/4” D5 1/8” (2pcs)

280 CONTINENTAL METAL BOXES

$300-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$300-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

18th century and later, comprising: Dutch brass box, L5 1/2” covered box, H4 1/2” L8 1/2” D4 1/2” hinged covered box, H2” L6 1/2” copper box, W3 1/8” (4pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

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284 MARK CATESBY (British, 1679-1749) four works: BAHAMA SPARROW (T.37) ALLIGATOR (T.63) IGUANA (T.64) and TURN STONE (Morinellus marinus, T.72) (from the Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands), handcolored engraving on laid paper with watermark, framed, initialed in plate, sheet H19 1/2” W14” (4pcs) 283

283 JOHN JAMES AUDUBON (New York, 1785-1851) WILD TURKEY (from The Birds of America) chromolithograph, J. Bien edition, framed sheet H39 1/2” W29 1/2”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

285 JOHN JAMES AUDUBON (New York, 1785-1851) CARBONATED WARBLER, pl. 60 (from Birds of America) hand-colored aquatint engraving, Havell edition, framed sight H19 1/4” W12”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Sotheby’s-New York, June 23, 1989, Lot 60

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287 JOHN JAMES AUDUBON (New York, 1785-1851) AMERICAN MARSH SHREW, pl. CXXV, and BROWN LARK, pl. X hand-colored lithograph and engraving, Bowen and Lazar editions, framed sight H18” W22 1/2” and H13” W21 1/2” (2pcs)

$500-700 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection 286

286 U.S. PACIFIC RAILROAD SURVEY LITHOGRAPHS, MAJOR & KNAPP circa 1860, from the “Report of the United States Pacific Railroad Expedition and Surveys-USPRR”, (47th & 49th PARALLELS, Minnesota, Dakota, Montana, Idaho and Washington) made under the direction of the Secretary of War, in 1853-4”, printed by Sarony, Major & Knapp Lithographers, New York. Illustrations by John M. Stanley; 25 tinted lithographs, plates titled as follows: LIGHTING LAKE, plate IV MAPLE RIVER, plate VIII LAKE JESSIE, plate XI BUTTE DE MORALE, plate XIII NEAR MOUSE RIVER, plate XV CASCADES OF THE COLUMBIA, plate XVI MILK RIVER AND PANTHER MOUNTAIN, plate XX MILK RIVER-BEAR’S PAW MOUNTAIN IN DISTANCE, plate XXII FORT BENTON, plate XXIV APPROACH TO CADOTTE’S PASS, plate XXIX COEUR D’ALENE MISSION ST IGNATIUS RIVER, plate XXXV FALLS OF THE SPOKANE, plate XXXVI FORT OKINAKANE, plate XXXVII HUSDON BAY MILL, plate XXXVIII PELUSE FALLS, plate XLI DALLES, plate XLII FORT VANCOUVER, plate XLIV CAPE HORN-COLUMBIA RIVER, plate XLVI KETTLE FALLS, COLUMBIA RIVER, plate XLVII GRAND COULEE, plate XLVIII HOT SPRING MOUND, plate L BEAR’S TEETH MISSOURI RIVER, plate LI VIEW OF THE CLARK’S, plate LIV ENTRANCE TO THE BITTER ROOT MOUNTAINS, plate LVII HOT SPRINGS, plate LVIII (25pcs)

$500-800

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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288 JACQUES LAURENT AGASSE (AFTER) (Swiss, 1767-1849) HARE AND YOUNG ONES, engraved by Charles Turner mezzotint laid to paper, framed, unsigned H20” W26” together with similar work in matching frame (2pcs)

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$500-700 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

289 DRESSAGE AND EQUESTRIAN ENGRAVINGS, WILLIAM CAVENDISH, DUKE OF NEWCASTLE LA METHOD ET INVENTION NOUVELLE DE DRESSER LES CHEVAUX... second edition. London: Jean Brindley, 1737; double-page engraved pictorial title (dated 1658), with 9 double-page black-and-white and colored engravings bearing page numbers 3, 4, 8, 13, 14, 26, 37, 38, and 39, after Abraham van Diepenbeeck (Flemish, 1596-1675), engravings similarly framed, sight H15 1/2” W20 3/4” to H16 1/4” W21 1/4” (10pcs)

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$600-900 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

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291 BRITISH SATIRES AND OTHER ILLUSTRATIONS

19th century, comprising: Laurie and Whittle (British, 19th century), two satirical colored engravings: THE LADS OF THE OCEAN and PADDY’S RAMBLE THROUGH LONDON H11 1/2” W9” together with: Albert Ludovici (Italian, 1852-1932), three unframed colographs: MR. PECKSNIFF LEAVES FOR LONDON, THE ELECTION AT EATANSWILL, and THE PICKWICKIANS ON THE ROAD TO DINGLEY DELL, from Charles Dickens novels, published by Raphael Tuck & Sons sight H14 1/2” W21 1/2” (5pcs) 290

290 ENGLISH HERALDIC FRAMED PRINTS AND DOCUMENTS

three handcolored plates from the BARONAGIUM GENEALOGIUM (or the Pedigrees of the English Peers) by Sir William Segar, published 1764-84, plate size H16 1/2” W9 1/2” JAMES BRUDENELL-BARON BRUDENELL OF DEENE, pl. 85; HENRY LIDDELL-BARON RAVENSWORTH, pl. 448; LEWIS MONSON WATSON-BARON SONDES, pl. 466 accompanied by related heraldry plates KNIGHTS OF THE GARTER and IRISH DUKES AND MARQUISSES, sight H10 1/2” W8 1/2”; and 19th century Georgian indenture and deed on vellum (7pcs)

$300-500

$300-500 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

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293 ORNITHOLOGY ENGRAVINGS BY GEORGE EDWARDS (British, 1694-1773) two works: GREEN-PIES and UNKNOWN BIRD (Natural History Studies of Birds) handcolored engravings, framed, one marked in margins sight H10” W7 1/2” (2pcs)

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$400-600 292 FRANCESO PIRANESI

Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

(Italy/France, 1758-1810) four engravings, IL TEATRO D’ERCOLANO, with Regia Calcografia stamp, 1870-1945, and three architectural studies, unframed, signed in plate, H24 1/2” W34 1/4”

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294 VIEWS OF OXFORD BY JOSEPH JOHN SKELTON (British, 1783-1871) THE CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST CHURCH, FROM THE DEAN’S GARDEN THE ENTRANCE TO TRINITY COLLEGE UNIDENTIFIED LOCATION (each after Michael Angelo Rooker, 17461801) and another by Daumont, UNIVERSITATIS AC COLLEGIORUM PROSPECTUS OXDORDICE color engravings, framed size H22” W27” (4pcs)

together with: Vincenzo Franceschini (Italian, 1812-1885) VEDUTA DI UNA PARTE DI LUNG ARNO, lithograph, unframed, H25 1/4” W34 3/4” (5pcs)30

$300-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter 292

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297 COLLECTION AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN ORNITHOLOGICAL AND OTHER PRINTS

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295 FRANCOIS NICOLAS MARTINET (French, 1760-1800) plates 77, 206, 256, 304, 320, 573, 879, and 889 from HISTOIRE NATURELLE DES OISEAUX (Comte de Buffon, 1770-1783) colored engravings, framed, numbered and titled in margins sight H 9 1/4” W7 1/2” to H9 1/2” W7 3/4” (8pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

including: AIGLE DE MER, Nicolas Francois Martinet (Franch, 1760-1800) ORCHARD ORIOLES, Alexander Wilson (Scottish, 1766-1813) THE MORE-HEN, THE FRENCH TEAL HEN, THE TREE CREEPER, and THE LESSER BUTCHER BIRD HEN, Eleazar Albin (British, 16901742) together with 9 other prints unframed H6 1/2” W4” to H14 1/4” W11” (15pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

298 SAMUEL AND NATHANIEL BUCK (AFTER) (British, 17th/18th century) two works: LONDON AND WESTMINSTER 2: TREASURY TO SOMERSET HOUSE and THE SOUTH-WEST PROSPECT OF YARMOUTH, IN THE COUNTY OF NORFOLK, colored engravings, unframed, laid to board, H12 1/2” W32 3/4” and H16 1/2” W33 1/2” together with: Colen Campbell (British, 1676-1726) five engravings from VITRUVIUS BRITANNICUS, OR THE BRITISH ARCHITECT (1715-1725) engravings, unframed, titled lower margins, H18 1/4” W11 1/2” to H17 1/2” W20 1/2” (7pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

299 MARTINET AND EDWARDS

296 ORNITHOLOGY PRINTS, JOHANN MICHAEL SELIGMANN

ORNITHOLOGICAL ENGRAVINGS, FRAMED

(German, 1720-1762) five works from Sammlung Verschiedener Auslandischer un Seltener Vogel (1749-1764), after Mark Catesby and George Edwards: plates 13, 28, 50, 54, and 57 hand-colored engravings, unframed, titled in margins H10” W16” to H16” W10” (5pcs)

Francoise Nicolas Martinet (French, c. 1725-1804) PIE-GRIECHE ROUSSE and LA ROUSSEROLLE (from Histoire Naturelle Des Oiseaux) hand-colored engravings, image H8 1/2” W7” George Edwards (British, 1694-1773) LONG-TAILED DOVE and BROWN INDIAN THRUSH (from A Natural History of Uncommon Birds) handcolored engravings, sight H9” W7 1/4” (4pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

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300 COLLECTION EUROPEAN BOTANICAL PRINTS

Abraham Munting (Dutch, 1583-1658) VALERIANELLA CAPITATA, SEMACH ARBOR, and AGRIFOLIUM AURATUM Philip Miller (British, 1691-1771) two engravings from FIGURES OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL... AND UNCOMMON PLANTS Georg Christian Oeder (Danish, 17281791) plates 508, 556, 621, 1448, and 1461 from FLORA DANICA Joseph Decaisne (Franch, 1807-1882) P. FREDERIC DE WURTEMBERG and P. D. ALENCON Johann Wilhelm Weinmann (German, 1683-1741) HOLLY Giorgio Bonelli (Italian, 1742-1782) TRACHELIUM AZZURREUM UMBELLIFERUM together with 3 others H9 1/4” W5 1/2” to H21” W14” (17pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown


301 GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY CHEST ON CHEST

303 PAIR SHERATON STYLE CARVED FRUITWOOD

circa 1850, dentil-molded crown, with pair thirteenlight doors over short paneled doors, on stepped-out lower part with fitted fold-down writing drawer over three long graduated drawers, on rope-twist molded plinth; H97” W45 1/2” D24 3/4”

BERGERES

$1,500-3,000

Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

bead-and-channel frame with red damask upholstery, on tapered fluted legs; BH38 1/4” SH21” W26” D27” (2pcs)

$700-1,000

Provenance: Georgia private collection

302 REGENCY INLAID MAHOGANY SOFA TABLE circa 1825, crossbanded drop-leaf top on pilaster supports with reeded cabriole legs and brass casters, joined by arched stretcher, H28” W40” D30”

$1,200-1,800

304 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY DOUBLEBACK SETTEE

late 19th century, double yoked and eared crests over stick splats, with S-curve arms flanking slip seat, on straight legs unified by H-stretcher; BH41 1/2” SH20” W51” D22”

$500-800 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

305 REGENCY STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY CURIO TABLE circular form with glass panels, on vasiform column with three reeded saber legs ending with brass caps and casters; H28 1/2” Dia.32”

$500-700 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

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306 GEORGE III MAHOGANY BOWFRONT CHEST OF

308 GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS,

310 GEORGIAN STYLE THREE-TIER REVOLVING

DRAWERS

ASSOCIATED SET OF EIGHT

MAHOGANY DUMBWAITER

circa 1810, configuration of 2 short and 3 long drawers on bracket-footed case, H38” W44” D24”

19th century, comprised of: pair arms with lattice splat, needlepoint seats and straight chamfered legs, BH40 1/2” SH20”; four sides with ball-and-claw legs, BH39” SH20”, two sides with straight legs, BH37 1/2” SH19” (8pcs)

19th century, circular lipped and molded tiers unified by turned standard surmounted by finial, on three acanthus-carved S-curve legs with ball-and-claw feet; H50” Dia.21 1/4”

$800-1,200

Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

$700-1,000 307 HEPPLEWHITE INLAID MAHOGANY D-SHAPED

Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

GAMES TABLE

circa 1800, crossbanded top, skirt with short drawer, on tapered legs with spade feet, H27 3/4” W39 1/2” D18”

$600-800

309 SHERATON STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY DINING TABLE

crossbanded top fitted with 24” leaf, on turned pedestals with reeded saber legs and brass paw feet; H29 1/2” W44” L96”

$800-1,200 Provenance: South Carolina collection

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312 ENGLISH SHERATON SATINWOOD CONSOLE TABLE circa 1835, inlaid and crossbanded demilune top, over conforming skirt, on turned and tapered legs; H30” W32 1/4” D16 1/8”

$600-900 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

313 ENGLISH WALNUT TWO-DRAWER WORKTABLE early 19th century, sliding rectangular top over case with two overlay drawers, on turned and tapered legs with pad feet; H28 3/4” W52 3/4” D25 1/4”

$500-700 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown 311

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311 ENGLISH MAHOGANY BOOKCASE CABINET

314 GEORGE III TILT-TOP MAHOGANY TABLE

late 19th century, Gothic-arch molded crown, divided glazed panel door; the lower part with 2 drawers, molded panel doors and bracket feet, H88” W43” D18 1/2”

late 18th century, circular top over turned column, on three S-curve legs with pad feet; H26 1/4” Dia.31 1/4”

$800-1,200

Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

$300-500

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315 HEPPLEWHITE STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY

319 ENGLISH MAHOGANY SIDE TABLES

SIDEBOARD

$700-1,000

19th century, Chippendale style table with short drawer, H32” W17” D16”; washstand on square legs joined by platform stretcher, H32” W15 1/2” D15” (2pcs)

316 GEORGE II STYLE CARVED WALNUT STOOL

Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

circa 1900, crossbanded bowfront over doors and drawers, on tapered legs with spade feet, H39 1/2” W49” D21 1/2”

$300-400

mid 19th century, serpentine with needlework upholstery, shell-carved cabriole legs with ball-and-claw feet; H18 1/2” W23” D18 1/2”

$400-600 Provenance: South Carolina private collection 315

317 QUEEN ANNE MAHOGANY CHAIR 18th century, yoke crest, pierced splat on cabriole legs with pad feet; BH38” SH18” W23” D18”

$300-400 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

318 HEPPLEWHITE MAHOGANY DROP-LEAF TABLE first half 19th century, rectangular top with hinged leaves on tapered legs; H28” W21 1/2” D25 1/2”

$300-600 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

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320 CAMPANIAN RED-FIGURED BELL-KRATER probably Cumae area, circa 330-310 BCE, obverse with draped seated female figure, and verso with female portrait bust; palmette between large foliate scrolls under each handle, band of laurel under rim, details added in white; H7” Dia.6 1/2”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Hass collection, 1990s London Folio Society, 1970’s

321 ETRUSCAN TERRACOTTA

323 ATTIC RED-FIGURE AND WHITE-GROUND

VOTIVE FEMALE BUST

LEKYTHOS

3rd-2nd century BCE, expressive face and coiffed hair with ornament, necklace and robe mantle pulled over back of head; H10” W9 1/2” D5”

500-400 BCE, decorated with three standing figures with flowering vine, flask with flared rim single handle; H7 1/2”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Acquired from a Florida estate, 1990s

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection

Other Notes: Said to have been in the Florida collection since pre-World War II.

324 ANCIENT FIGURES AND OBJECTS

322 ANCIENT LIMESTONE

circa 4000-1000 BCE, comprising Neo-Hittite ram, H2 1/2” L2 1/2” Mesopotamia or Syria Halaf period seated effigy, H4” W1 3/4” D2” Mesopotamia effigy, H4 3/4” W2 1/2” Roman oil lamp, H2” L4 1/4” (4pcs)

RELIEF AND ARCHITECTURAL

Other Notes: Attributed to A.C. painter by Dr. A.D. Trendall.

FRAGMENTS

circa 600-100 BCE, probably Adriatic, horse and rider, H5” W7”; volute fragment, H4” W6”; and molding, H2 1/2” L6 1/2” (3pcs)

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$500-1,000 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection

$500-900 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Other Notes: Said to had purchased from the Hiram Powers (1805-1873) collection.

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325 OTTO SCHMIDT HOFER

327 CONTINENTAL BRONZE SCULPTURE OF ROMAN WARRIOR

(German, 1873-1925) NUDE WOMAN WITH CHALICE bronze with dark brown patina on marble base, signed overall H24” W6 1/2” D8 1/2”

19th century, standing nude with shield, signed illegibly; H18” W6” D9”

$600-900 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

326 FERDINAND BARBEDIENNE CLASSICAL BRONZE BUST (French, 1810-1892) YOUNG MAN signed and stamped, H10 1/2”

$400-600 Provenance: Georgia private collection

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

328 BRONZE FLYING MERCURY SCULPTURE, AFTER GIAMBOLOGNA 19th century, inscribed JDC Bologne, on marble base, overall H20 1/2” W5” D9”

$300-500 Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

329 COLLECTION CLASSICAL SCULPTURES bronze shot putter, H10 1/2” W6” D4” alabaster David and Venus, H9” bronze stallion, H7 1/2” W8” D4 1/2” (4pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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332 GEORGIAN MAHOGANY AND BRASS-BOUND WINE COOLER ON STAND

first quarter 19th century, oval form with brass liner and lion’s-head pulls, on conforming stand with straight beaded legs and fretwork; H24 5/8” W26” D17”

$800-1,400 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

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330 REGENCY REVERSE GLASS MEZZOTINTS, WALKER & HINTON circa 1803-8, comprising: pair EUROPA-ASIA and ASIA-AFRICA, W.B. Walker pair VENUS and FLORA pair PHEASANT-DUCK SHOOTING and WILD DUCK SHOOTING, J. Hinton each framed, overall H12” W16” (6pcs)

$500-900 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

331 REGENCY REVERSE GLASS MEZZOTINTS, WALKER & HINTON circa 1807-1814, comprising: SUMMER, J. Hinton THE LOVELY FRUITERER, W.B. Walker FLORA GODDESS OF FLOWERS, W.B. Walker POMONA GODDESS OF FRUIT each framed, overall H8 1/2” W10 1/2” (4pcs)

333 ENGLISH THREE-PANEL SCREEN last quarter 19th century, arched and topnailed canvas panels, decorated with figures in scenes of nature; H90 1/2” L60”

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$300-500 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

334 GOTHIC REVIVAL GILT-DECORATED BIRDCAGE ON STAND

20th century, wire canopy surmounted with leafy crown, over cage with architectural detailing and revolving seed trays, on corresponding stand with bundled-reed legs and rectangular tray-form undertier; overall H69” W23 1/2” D19 5/8”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

$400-700 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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335 FANCY BROWN AND COLORLESS DIAMOND RING rare 4.04ct natural fancy dark orangish-brown square brilliant diamond, flanked by 0.98ctw near colorless diamonds, color G-I, clarity SI1-I1, in 14K white gold setting, size 6.75

$15,000-20,000 Provenance: California collection Other Notes: Accompanied by two certificates, GIA report 2161000743, and AIG report 019914133017

336 EMERALD AND DIAMOND RING 340

7.0ct oval natural emerald accented by 2.15ctw half-moon and round diamonds in 18K white gold setting; size 6 1/2

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$10,000-15,000 337 DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING approx. 1.5ct round diamond, color K-L, clarity SI1, flanked by 0.9ctw side diamonds, in 14K white gold, size 6

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown Other Notes: Accompanied by PGS certificate 4005000205

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339 DIAMOND LINE BRACELET

338 PAIR TIFFANY & CO. PEARL AND DIAMOND

6.8ctw round brilliant-cut diamonds, color F-G, clarity VS-SI, in 14K white gold flexible band

EARRINGS

$6,000-9,000

each with three 8mm white pearls set on diamond-accented and 18k gold dome, 1.0ctw diamonds, color E, clarity VS, marked; Dia.1” and 1.1ozT

340 BLUE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND NECKLACE

$5,000-7,000 Other Notes: In Tiffany box

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50.0ctw oval natural blue sapphires accented by 3.0ctw baguette-cut diamonds, in 18K white gold flexible necklace; L18 1/2”

$10,000-15,000 341 ART DECO PLATINUM AND DIAMOND BRACELET

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5.0ctw Old European-cut diamonds, color F-G, clarity VS, accented by blue sapphires; L7”

$6,000-8,000 335

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342 MULTI-COLOR NATURAL SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND

343 TANZANITE AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING

PENDANT NECKLACE

12.06ct cushion-cut tanzanite surrounded by 1.87ctw diamonds, color G-I, clarity SI1-I1, in 14K white gold setting, size 7.0

3.73ct oval yellow sapphire (GIA oY6/2) center in round pendant and chain studded with 29.76ctw natural blue, orange, green, pink, yellow sapphires spaced by 2.31ctw diamonds, color H-J, clarity SI1-I1 in 14K gold setting, overall L10 1/8”

$6,000-8,000 Provenance: California collection

$8,000-12,000 Provenance: California collection Other Notes: Accompanied by two certificates, GIA report 2175083146, and AIG report 019915113051 344

Other Notes: Accompanied by AIG certificate 019915099109

344 DIAMOND AND GOLD BANGLE BRACELET graduated diamonds set in14K gold hinged cuff bracelet, marked: 14K; overall band W2” L2 1/2”, and 0.4ozT all in

$800-1,200 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

345 BULGARI HEMATITE AND DIAMOND RING

345

1.7ct round brilliant-cut diamond, color H-I, clarity VS-SI, set in hematite dome ring over 18K gold, marked: Bvlgari, 750, C2370, 1.70cts; size 4 3/4

$9,000-14,000 346 COLOMBIAN EMERALD AND DIAMOND PENDANT ON CHAIN

16.83ct emerald-cut natural emerald, surrounded by 1.91ctw brilliant-cut diamonds, in 18K gold pendant on 14K gold rope-twist chain; pendant H1 1/2” W1” D1/4”, and 18” chain, 0.8ozT all in 343

$9,000-14,000

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347 PERSIAN ISFAHAN CARPET

350 TURKISH SIVAS CARPET

353 PERSIAN ISFAHAN CARPET

circa 1970, 4’11” x 7’

circa 1940, 5’ x 8’2”

circa 1970, 3’6” x 5’5”

$1,500-2,500

$400-700

$1,000-2,000

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

348 PERSIAN TABRIZ CARPET

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

351 PERSIAN BAKTIARI CARPET circa 1915, 5’11” x 9’6”

354 PERSIAN ISFAHAN CARPET

5’4” x 8’3”

$1,500-2,500

circa 1970, 3’6” x 5’7”

$400-700

Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

$1,000-2,000

Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

349 ANTIQUE PERSIAN BIDJAR CARPET

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

352 SAROUK CARPET 4’11” x 7’10”

$400-700

circa 1880, 4’6” x 9’1”

$2,000-3,000

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356

357

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360

361

362

361 UNUSUAL ARABIC

5’1” x 7’11”

359 SEMI-ANTIQUE PERSIAN HAMEDAN CARPET

$400-600

circa 1960, 5’6” x 8’10”

5’2” x 7’5”

$400-700

$400-600

Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

355 INDO TABRIZ CARPET

356 SAROUK CARPET 5’8” x 8’5”

$600-900 357 TURKISH OUSHAK CARPET

360 PERSIAN TRIBAL BALUCHI CARPET

circa 1940, 3’9” x 7’8”

circa 1950, 5’5” x 7’2”

$600-900

$400-700

358 PERSIAN QOUM CARPET circa 1940, 4’7” x 7’1”

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

WOVEN WOOL RUG

362 PERSIAN ZANJAN CARPET

circa 1940, 3’11” x 6’

$400-600 363 INDO TABRIZ CARPET 4’1” x 6’

$300-600

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363

364 INDO HERIZ CARPET 6’ x 8’9”

$300-500

$500-800

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365 TWO ORIENTAL CARPETS Tabriz, 2’ x 2’10” Sarouk, 2’1” x 3’11” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

366 PERSIAN BIDJAR RUNNER circa 1935, 4’1” x 8’11”

$300-600 Provenance: Georgia collection

367 PERSIAN KERMAN CARPET 3’10” x 7’3”

$200-400 368 PAIR CHINESE STYLE CHINOISERIE AND GILT-DECORATED CABINETS late 19th century, rectangular form with pair of doors decorated with panels of figures in everyday life, on waist-molded stand with cabriole legs, overall blind fretwork detailing; H56” W29 1/4” D14 1/4”

368

369 CONTINENTAL INLAID WALNUT SIDE CHAIR

$2,000-3,000

last quarter 19th century, arched crestrail and baluster splat, with cabriole legs joined by stretcher; BH43 1/2” SH18” W20” D17”

Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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371 PAIR CONTINENTAL CARVED MARBLE MONOPODIA PEDESTAL TABLES

late 19th/early 20th century, round polished rouge marble top supported by carved lion monopodia legs; H34” Dia.19 1/4” (2pcs)

$1,200-1,500 Provenance: Georgia private collection

372 CONTINENTAL CARVED WALNUT AND MARBLETOP CONSOLE TABLE

late 19th century, green and black-veined marble top, on scroll-carved and fluted skirt with shaped legs joined by stretcher; H35” W72” D17 1/2”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Georgia private collection 373

370 VINTAGE PALLADIO CARVED GILTWOOD MIRROR

373 BIEDERMEIER BIRCH FALL-FRONT DESK

early 20th century, pierced floral pediment, rectangular frame centering looking glass, H57” W33”

circa 1835, rectangular top with chamfered corners, desk drawer with fitted interiors, over three long drawers and molded feet, H42 1/2” W42” D18”

$1,000-1,500

$1,000-2,000

Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

Provenance: Estate of Owen Halpern

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375 SPANISH BAROQUE CARVED WALNUT REFECTORY TABLE

17th/18th century, rectangular top over two scroll carved drawers on turned legs joined by molded stretcher, H31 1/2” L94 1/2” D30 1/2”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Property of a gentleman Other Notes: This Spanish refectory table has desended through the current family whose parents owned the Wallace Neff house. It was imported in the 1930’s for display in the Neff house in Beverly Hills, CA. Wallace Neff was the architect and designer for Pickfair, the home of Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks. Neff was a leader in the Golden Age of California architecture.

376 PAIR RENAISSANCE STYLE CARVED WALNUT 377

DECORATIONS

late 18th/early 19th century, depicting figures in religious habits, H69” W12” D4” (2pcs)

374

$500-800

374 CONTINENTAL CARVED GILTWOOD MIRROR

Provenance: Property of a Southern gentleman

late 19th century, jovial face encrusted with grapevines, H15” W11” D6 1/2”

late 19th century, Rococo scrolling leaf frame, centering oval looking glass, H31” W22” D5”

$400-800

$800-1,200

Provenance: Estate of Norman Citron, Atlanta, Georgia

Provenance: South Carolina collection

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377 CONTINENTAL CARVED WOOD BACCHUS MASK DECORATION, PROBABLY ITALIAN

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378

379

379 CONTINENTAL MARQUETRY INLAID

382 CONTINENTAL CARVED WALNUT SIDE

WRITING DESK

CHAIR

circa 1900, figural inlaid serpentine top, over configuration of drawers and doors interspaced by carved figures, on tapered legs joined by stretchers; H32” W58” D26”

late 18th century, floral-carved crestrail, baluster splat, shell-carved legs with ball-and-claw feet joined by stretchers; BH46” SH19” W22” D17”

$4,000-6,000

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Georgia private collection

$300-500

380 FRENCH STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD MIRROR

carved crown and leaf pediment with bellfower-decorated molding, enclosing beveled mirror; H91” S48”

382

$600-900 Provenance: South Carolina private collection 380

378 RENAISSANCE REVIVAL BRONZE DOOR KNOCKER AND ESCUTCHEON

late 19th century, high-relief Bacchus mask design, H16 1/4” W9” and H6 1/2” W4” (2pcs)

$600-900

381 CONTINENTAL PAINT-DECORATED SERPENTINE CONSOLE

shaped faux-marble top, on conforming pierce-carved stand with scrolls and flowerheads, S-curve legs on plinth; H35 7/8” W66 1/4” D21”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection 381

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383

387

383 DUTCH MARQUETRY BOMBE BUREAU BOOKCASE

385 PAIR GILT-DECORATED MIRRORED BRACKETS

circa 1900, domed gooseneck pediment over fielded panel doors and S-curve fallboard concealing fitted interior of tiered shelves, pigeonholes, door and storage well, on case with three long drawers and canted pilasters extending to feet, decorated with intricate inlays of urns, bellflowers and cornucopia; H88” W50 1/2” D25”

H30” W11” D5” (2pcs)

$2,000-3,000

DRAWERS

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

late 18th century, molded top above wave-carved molding, with three long relief-carved drawers, on paw feet flanking masque heads; H39 1/4” W40 1/4” D21 7/8”

384 CONTINENTAL PARQUETRY INLAID SIDE TABLE late 19th/early 20th century, round top with drawer on tapered legs with platform stretcher; H28 1/4” Dia.14”

$400-600 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection

386 CONTINENTAL CARVED WALNUT CHEST OF

$500-800 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

387 LOUIS XV STYLE UPHOLSTERED BERGERE

$200-400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

first half 20th century, bead-and-channel frame with floral cresting, on cabriole legs; BH36 3/4” SH19 1/2” W27 1/2” D28 1/2”

$300-500 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

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388 LOUIS XVI STYLE CARVED GILTWOOD AND MARBLETOP CONSOLE TABLE

white veined D-shaped marble top over conforming base with floral swags, fluted legs joined by X-brace stretcher with flame finial, on turned feet; H36” W43 1/2” D21 1/2”

$500-800 Provenance: Georgia collection

389 FRENCH CARVED AND PAINTED CHEST OF

391

DRAWERS

early 19th century, serpentine top centering floral cartouche, over three-drawer chest on cabriole legs, with allover relief-carved scrolls and acanthus; H36 3/4” W43 3/4” D21 1/2”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

390 FRENCH PROVINCIAL PAINTED PINE

392

CABINET

arched top upper and lower doors, H97” W77” D20”

$700-1,000 Provenance: Property of a gentleman Other Notes: Current owners commissioned the cabinet and had it built in the Provence region of France for use in the guest house of a Pinot Noir winery in the Russian River Valley of Northern California.

390

393

391 FRENCH SAVONNERIE

392 TURKISH OUSHAK

CARPET

CARPET

circa 1900, 12’5” x 13’9”

8’1” x 9’10”

$1,000-2,000

$1,000-2,000

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

393 AUBUSSON CARPET 9’10” x 13’10”

$1,000-1,500 388

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394 ART DECO SIX-LIGHT BRASS CHANDELIER circa 1930, angular stepped stem and branches supporting frosted glass flame-form shades and stylized stem, H35” Dia.30”

$4,000-6,000 Provenance: Estate of Owen Halpern

395 CONTINENTAL CRYSTAL AND BRONZE CHANDELIER early 20th century, pear-shaped frame mounted with prisms; H31” Dia.21”

$600-900 Provenance: Georgia collection 394

396 CONTINENTAL GILT-METAL AND CRYSTAL SIX-LIGHT CHANDELIER late 19th/early 20th century, center stem ending in basket base issuing horn-shape arms; H39” Dia.24”

$600-900 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

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397 MARCEL DYF (French, 1899-1985) LES VIGNES, 1968 oil on canvas, framed, signed H18 1/2” W22”

$6,000-9,000 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter Other Notes: Verso bearing F.R. label with registration No.37961

397

398 ANDREA SCACCIATI (ATTRIBUTED TO) (Italian, 1642-1710) pair works: FLORAL STILL LIFES oil on canvas, framed, unsigned, said to be signed on verso H17” W12 1/2” (2pcs)

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter Other Notes: Old notes on verso: Mrs. Jack Pappenheimer had the painting relined, the old canvas was inscribed: LO SCACCIATI, 1671.

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399 FINE ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATIONS BY JACQUES CLEMENT WAGREZ (French, 1846/1850-1906) eight works: ILLUSTRATIONS for William Henry Ainsworth’s THE CONSTABLE DE BOURBON. Philadephia, Barrie & Son en grisaille gouache, unframed, signed and stamped on verso, 442-447, 450, 454 H8 1/4” W6” (8pcs)

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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400 FINE ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATIONS BY JACQUES CLEMENT WAGREZ (French, 1846/1850-1906) seven works: ILLUSTRATIONS for William Henry Ainsworth’s OLD SAINT PAUL’S, Philadelphia, Barrie & Son en grisaille gouache, unframed, signed and stamped on verso, 714, 716, 719, 720, 723-725 H8 1/4” W6” (7pcs)

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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401 CHARLES FRANCOIS DAUBIGNY (AFTER) (French, 1817-1878) AVANT L’AUBE oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right H11 1/2” W16 1/2”

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: California private collection

401

402 CONTINENTAL PORTRAIT OF MUSICIAN, 19TH CENTURY BEAUTY WITH VIOLIN AND SHEET MUSIC oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H35 1/2” W28”

$1,000-2,000

404

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

405 BRITISH/ FRENCH SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY

403 RICHARD BELLIAS

PORTRAIT OF A BOY WITH A HAT oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H40” W33 1/2”

(French, 1921-1974) LE VILLAGE oil on canvas, framed, signed H26” W36”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

404 ITALIAN OLD MASTER SCHOOL, 18TH CENTURY

402

THE PRESENTATION OF THE VIRGIN oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H25” W29”

$1,000-2,000 Provenance: Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia, sold to benefit the acquisitions fund

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406 FREDERIC GILLET (Swiss, 1814-1884) pair works: PLACE DE LA CONCORDE and CHAMPS-ELYSEES oil on canvas, framed, signed lower right H13” W22” (2pcs)

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter 406

407 EDGAR DEGAS (French, 1834-1917) DANCER PUTTING ON HER SLIPPER, circa 1892 etching, after cancellation, framed, signed in plate plate H7” W4 1/2”

$800-1,200 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

408 WIHELM MELCHIOR (German, 1817-1860) SHEEP GRAZING AMONG CASTLE RUINS canvas laid onto board, period frame, signed lower right H29” W34 1/2”

410 FRENCH SCHOOL, 18TH CENTURY

PORTRAIT OF WOMAN EN AMAZON oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H20 3/4” W16 1/2”

$700-900 Provenance: South Carolina private collection 408

407

$800-1,200 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

409 JOHN WILSON CARMICHAEL (British, 1800-1868) YORKSHIRE COAST oil on canvas, framed, signed & dated, 1853 H18” W26 1/2”

$500-1,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

410

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411 PAIR AMERICAN SHIP PORTRAITS, GRAHAM FLIGHT (British, 20th century) two works: THE HOPEWELL and THE SWAN oil on board, framed, signed lower right H26” W40” and H28” W40” (2pcs)

$700-900 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown 413

412 LUCIANO SPAZZALI (Italian, 1911-1997) FIGURA CON UCCELLI, 1959 mixed media on board, framed, signed & titled H16 1/4” W11 1/2”

$600-900 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

413 PAUL JACOULET (French, 1902-1960) FLACONS DE NEIGE and NUIT DE NEIGE color woodblocks, framed, signed, image H15 1/2” W11 1/2” (2pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

414

415 OTTORINO CAMPAGNARI (Italian, 1910-1981) MEDITERRANEAN COAST, NOLI, ITALY oil on canvas, framed, signed H24” W36”

$400-700 Provenance: Georgia private collection

414 HENRI SCHAFER (German, 1833 -1916) CAUDEBEC, SEINE and MORLAIX, BRITTANY watercolor, framed, signed and located sight H17 1/2” W13 1/4” (2pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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416 FRENCH EMPIRE PARCEL-GILT BRONZE FIGURAL

419 FRENCH GILT-METAL MOUNTED JASPERWARE

MANTLE CLOCK

CLOCK GARNITURE

circa 1815, seated Erato with wreaths and poem scrolls atop architectural case stamped #11845, HB, works marked: Deniere-Paris; H26 1/2” W19 1/2” D8 1/2”

late 19th century, architectural case and matching pair urns, H14” W8” D8 1/2” and pair H8 14” (3pcs)

$3,000-5,000

Provenance: Georgia private collection

$300-500

Provenance: South Carolina private collection Other Notes: Deniere was clockmaker to Napoleon I.

417 CONTINENTAL CARVED GILTWOOD WALL CLOCK first half 19th century, eagle pediment over Rococo scrolling case with electric works; H28” W20” D8”

420 ANSONIA MANTEL CLOCK late 19th century, slate and painted-metal case, H12 1/2” W10 1/2” D4 3/4”

$300-500 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

$600-900 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection Purchased from Dale L. Couch

418 FRENCH FIGURAL BRONZE CLOCK late 19th century, trumpeting cherub with drum, enameled dial and works on rouge marble base, H12” W6 1/2” D9” 416

$400-700 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

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423

421 COMITTI OF LONDON REGULATOR WALL CLOCK

423 COMITTI OF LONDON REGULATOR WALL CLOCK

Ely model with Westminster Chime movement solid mahogany case, marked on dial; H41” W12 1/2” D7 1/2”

Palladian model with Westminster chime 8-day movement, solid mahogany case; marked on dial, H37” W10” D7”

$800-1,200

$800-1,200

Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection

Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection

422 COMITTI OF LONDON BRACKET CLOCK

424 ENGLISH MAHOGANY CASED BAROMETER, THOMAS JENNINGS

Queen Anne model with nine-bell triple-chime 8-day movement with 11-jewel platform escapement and chime silencer, plays Westminster, Whittington and St. Michael; in burl-veneered and satinwood-inlaid case with brass accents; marked on dial face and plaquette: 24/50 made in 2002; H19” W12” D9 1/2”

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection

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Ipswich, circa 1830-44, broken-arch pediment over thermometer-inset neck over barometer; H40” W10 1/2” D2”

$300-600 Provenance: Southern gentleman’s private collection


427 PAIR TIFFANY & CO SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND EARRINGS

18K gold entwined ropetwist clip back design set with 4.5ctw (GIA B6/3) natural blue sapphires and 0.75 diamonds, color F-G, clarity SI1-SI2; H1” W3/4” (2pcs)

$3,500-4,500 Provenance: California collection Other Notes: Accompanied by AIG certificate 019911209003

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425 DIAMOND SOLITAIRE ENGAGEMENT RING, JABEL 2.5ctw round brilliant-cut diamond, color F-G, clarity SI2, in platinum setting, size 8

$8,000-12,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection Other Notes: Accompanied by PGS certificate 4005000204

426 PAIR DIAMOND STUD EARRINGS 2.01ctw round brilliant-cut diamonds, color G-H, clarity I1, in 14K white gold settings

428 VINTAGE DIAMOND AND GOLD BANGLE BRACELET diamond-set floral and vine 14K gold wide hinged cuff bracelet, marked: 14K; overall band W2 1/4” L2 1/2”, and 0.6ozT all in

$1,000-1,500 Provenance: North Carolina private collection

430

430 PLATINUM AND DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING 2.4ct Old European-cut diamond, color H-I, clarity VS1, surrounded by 0.75ctw diamonds, color E-F, clarity VS2-SI1, in filigree platinum setting; size 7

$15,000-20,000 429 SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BRACELET

Other Notes: Accompanied by UGS certificate US912595204D

12.25ctw cushion-cut multicolor sapphires accented by 5.0ctw round brilliant-cut diamonds in 18K white gold flexible band; L6 3/4”

$7,000-10,000

$6,000-8,000 Other Notes: Accompanied by UGS certificate US906747702D

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433 PAIR DIAMOND AND GOLD EARRINGS 10.5ctw round brilliant-cut diamonds, color G-H, clarity VS, in 18K gold pierced teardrop design; H1” W3/4”

$7,000-10,000 434 BLUE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING 10.49ct oval natural blue sapphire surrounded by 1.37ctw round brilliant-cut diamonds, in 18K white gold setting; size 7

$18,000-24,000 Other Notes: Accompanied by GIA certificate 2161212022

435 ALEXANDRITE AND DIAMOND RING

431

3.71ctw oval-cut natural alexandrite flanked by 0.73ctw diamonds, color G-I, clarity SI1-I1, in 14K white gold setting, size 7.0

434

$6,000-9,000

431 TAHITIAN PEARL NECKLACE

Provenance: California collection

thirty-three 12-15mm gray individually knotted strand of pearls ending with 14K white gold clasp, L18”

Other Notes: Accompanied by two certificates, GIA report 7192342334, and AIG report 019915113026

$2,000-3,000 Provenance: California collection Other Notes: Accompanied by AIG certificate EA10635

432 NATURAL ALEXANDRITE AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL

435

RING

17.04ct cushion-cut brown Alexandrite, flanked by 1.45ctw diamonds, color F-H, clarity SI1-I1, in 14K white gold setting, size 7

432

$25,000-35,000 Provenance: California collection Other Notes: Accompanied by two certificates, GIA report 1188281932, and AIG report 019915113030

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436 CHANEL STYLE PEARL NECKLACE one hundred twenty 9.5mm cultured white pearls interspaced by enameled interlocking Cs and florettes, L27”

$800-1,200 Provenance: Nevada private collection

437 PAIR CONTINENTAL LEAD

440

JARDINIERES

19th century, Classical designs with mask handles and liners, H11” Dia.13 1/2” (2pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Georgia private collection

437

439 PAIR ENGLISH CRYSTAL AND JASPERWARE GIRANDOLES

early 20th century, H27” W15 1/2”

$500-1,000 438 PAIR CONTINENTAL CARVED GILTWOOD WALL

Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

SCONCES

early 20th century, bow pediment with eagle-decorated supporting scrolling arms, H46” W15” D8” (2pcs)

$600-900 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

440 RARE MEISSEN PORCELAIN PICTORIAL CUPS AND SAUCERS

18th century, en grisaille landscape teacup and saucer, H2” Dia.5 1/8”; figural coastal landscape decorated coffee cup and saucer, H2 3/4” Dia.5 1/8”; each with underglaze-blue crossed swords (4pcs)

$500-700

441

Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

441 KPM SCENIC-PAINTED PORCELAIN RETICULATED PLATES, SIGNED MENZEL late 19th century, ornate pierced border centering painted scenes, titled on verso: Berlinchen, Juterbog, Nebra, Ruine Burg Vierraden, and Hedemunden, marked: Berlin scepter and KPM; Dia.9” (5pcs)

$600-800 Provenance: Texas private collection

438

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442 PAIR GERMAN ARMORIAL PORCELAIN PLAQUES, SIGNED C. F. DEININGER circa 1877, vibrant oval plaquettes with mottos Recht Und Wahrheit, and Deo Non Fortuna, in ornate carved giltwood frames, overall H16” W13” (2pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

443 DERBY PORCELAIN SHELL DISH, AND SOUP PLATES

442

first half 19th century, Derby Imari pattern shell dish, W9 1/2” L10”; and set of 6 similar soup plates, Dia.10” (7pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

444 CHELSEA STYLE PORCELAIN FIGURES OF NEPTUNE AND VENUS

445

19th century, each with gilt anchor, H13” and 12” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

445 PAIR FRENCH PORCELAIN VASES, LESME FRERES circa 1880, chinoiserie-decorated with gilt handles, signed, H16 3/4” (2pcs)

$400-600 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

446 PAIR DERBY PORCELAIN SAUCE TUREENS early 19th century, gilt and iron-red decorated underglaze-blue floral pattern, marked; H5 1/2” W7” D4” (2pcs)

443

447 ENGLISH PORCELAIN PLATES, DISHES, CUPS AND SAUCERS

18th/19th century, comprising: early Minton chinoiserie plate, Dia.9” Derby dragon and lion Imari plate, Dia.8 1/8” Worcester “Dragon In Compartment” dish, L10 1/2” pair Worcester chinoiserie plates, Dia.8 3/4” pair Imari pattern cups and saucer pair floral-decorated saucers Sprig pattern teabowl and painted creamware basket, H3” L10” (13pcs)

446

$400-600 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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448 MASON’S IRONSTONE GARNITURE SET

451 ROYAL COPENHAGEN PARTIAL SERVICE

19th century, paint-accented bird design, with reticulated wood covers, H6 1/2” and 11” (4pcs)

Blue Fluted pattern, comprising: 3 plates, Dia.9 1/2” 4 plates, Dia.7 1/2” 8 soup plates, Dia.9 1/4” 4 soup bowls, Dia.6 1/4” 5 bread plates, Dia.6 3/4” 2 bread & butters, Dia.5 3/4” 2 saucers, Dia.5 1/2” 1 oval platter, L18 1/2” 1 round serving dish, Dia.12 3/4” 1 oval platter, L12” 2 covered vegetables, L11” H6” together with: 2 Meissen candlesticks, H6 1/4” (35pcs)

$300-400 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

449 ENGLISH TRANSFERWARE PLATTER AND PAIR COVERED DISHES

19th century, Imari pattern platter, L20” W15 1/2”; and pair Ashworth covered dishes, H7” L12” (3pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown 449

$400-600 450 FINE ENGLISH VASE AND PARIS PORCELAIN URN

Provenance: Property of a gentleman

19th century, English example H7 1/2” and Paris, H9” (2pcs)

$200-400 Provenance: Georgia private collection

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455 CHINESE BLUE-AND-WHITE CHARGER

17th/18th century, alternating border centering crane in landscape scene, Dia.14 1/2”

$800-1,400 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

456 PAIR CHINESE PORCELAIN PAGODA-FORM CRICKET BOXES 19th century, carved wood lid on pierced hexagonal decorated vessel and carved wood base, H7” Dia.4” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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454 CHINESE BLUE-AND-WHITE PORCELAIN VASES, SIGNED

17th century, alternating wide border centering scene with mythical beast; Dia.18”

Qing dynasty, six caricature-marked vase, H8”; and moon flask, H10” (2pcs)

$2,000-3,000

Provenance: Collection of Edward Morrison Brown

Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$400-700

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19th century, exotic birds in landscape on French style bronze-dore Rococo base, overall H27” (2pcs)

$800-1,200 Provenance: Estate of Marie Pappenheimer Platter 455

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457 CHINESE CARVED DUAN STONE TABLE SCREEN late Qing dynasty, large carved mountainous coastal scene with pagoda and birds, supported on reticulated bracket base, H23” W14” D7”

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: Georgia private collection

458 PAIR CHINESE CLOBBER-DECORATED PORCELAIN COVERED JARS 18th/19th century, underglaze-blue design accented with iron-red enamels and gilt motifs, with later stand and cover; H10” (2pcs)

$500-800 Provenance: Columbia, South Carolina private collection

459 CHINESE KRAAK PORCELAIN PLATES 17th century, blue-and-white decorated plates, Dia.8 1/4” (10pcs)

$1,500-2,500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

460 PAIR JAPANESE PORCELAIN CHARGERS

late 19th century, allover flowering vine design, Dia.14” (2pcs)

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463 CHINESE HARDWOOD SCHOLAR CHAIRS Qing dynasty, 19th century, huanghuali or elm, pair yoked crest and solid splat side; and similar armchair with flat crest above solid splat leading to curvaceous arms flanking solid seat, on turned legs joined by stretchers; pair BH42 1/2” SH18” W19” D16 1/2”; and BH43” SH18” W23” D17 1/2” (3pcs)

$700-1,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection 461

461 CHINESE COPPER RED-DECORATED BOTTLE-FORM VASE

late Qing dynasty, elongated neck and squat body, boldly painted in deep mushroom-pink tone, with upright petal lappets above intricate dragons and flowering vine scene; H17”

$700-1,000 Provenance: Georgia private collection

462 CHINESE CARVED HARDWOOD ALTAR TABLE late 19th/early 20th century, oblong top over pierced skirt and square legs, H38 1/2” W76 1/2” D23 1/2”

464 CHINESE ELM LOW TABLE

Qing dynasty, inset top, molded skirt, pierced bracket supports and square legs, H22” W38 1/2” D38 1/2”

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467 TIBETAN GILT-BRONZE BODHISATTVA OF MERCY, PADMAPANI

late 19th century, dragon amongst clouds encircling orb, contained within frame, overall H64” W42”

early 20th century, elaborately dressed standing figure with lotus vine, H15 1/2”

$500-800

Provenance: Georgia private collection

$500-800

Provenance: Georgia private collection

466 TIBETAN GILT-BRONZE SEATED BUDDHA late 19th/early 20th century, knotted hair, fine robe, elongated ear lobes and seated in dhyanasana, upon tiered lotus base; H15 1/2” W10” D8”

$700-1,000

468 JAPANESE SAMURAI TANTO OR SHORT SWORD Meiji period, lacquered sheath and mixed metal-inlaid side knife, blade marked; L18 1/2”

$500-900 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: Georgia private collection

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(Japanese, 1883-1957) set of three works: BELL TOWER IN OKAYAMA, KASAYGA SHRINE IN NARA, and FULL MOON IN MAGOME woodblocks, framed, signed, image H14 1/2” W9 1/4” (3pcs)

(Japanese, 1883-1957) two works: BELL TOWER IN OKOYAMA and TANIKUMI TEMPLE color woodblock, framed, signed, image H14” W9 1/2” (2pcs)

$500-1,000 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

$500-800

470 KITAGAWA UTAMARO (Japanese, 1753-1806) HANAOGI OF THE OGIYA BROTHEL AT EDOCHO ITCHOME (from the series A Comparison of Courtesan Flowers) woodblock, framed, signed, sight H15” W10”

$500-800 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

Provenance: South Carolina private collection 470

471 TSUCHIYA KOITSU (Japanese, 1870-1949) BENKEIBASHI (Benkei Bridge) woodblock, framed, signed, image H14” W9 1/2”

$500-800 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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473 MUGHAL WATERCOLOR SCENES (Indian, 19th century) ELEPHANT RIDE and ROMANTIC COUPLE framed, unsigned, overall H12 1/2” W15 1/2” and H11 1/2” W10” (2pcs)

$300-500 Provenance: South Carolina private collection

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after: This work is a later copy of one of the artist’s works. note: Additional information we are able to provide about any particular item. after the antique: A later facsimile. oz Troy: Unit of measuring precious metals. attributed to: This work is probably by the named artist. Technically, this work is of the period and may be wholly or even partly by this artist.

period: Works will be followed by a date, which means that the object is, in our opinion, the date indicated, and made in the time frame.

b: Date of birth BH: Back height circa: Approximate date of object. circle of: This work is of the correct period, and exhibits the stylistic influence of the named artist.

provenance: History of ownership, or additional information which we have obtained. studio of: This work is of the correct period, and may have been made under the artist’s supervision. school of: This work is of the general style of the artist, and may possibly even be by a student of the artist, even if from a slightly later, but not too distant period.

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sizes: All sizes, weights and other measurements are approximate; we are not responsible for mis-measurements or typographical errors.

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