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A GenTlemAn’s AucTion

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ABERLOUR GLENLIVET SCOTCH WHISKY. Scotland, mid 20th century. 8 year malt scotch whisky, 100 proof, aged and distilled in Campbell’s Distillery, Glasgow. Sealed with federal tax strip across cap and with original box. 4/5 qt. $200-$300


2 CALVADOS BIZOUARD. du Pays D’Auge, 750 ml; Fine Calvados Boulard Pays D’Auge, 750 ml; Framboise de Bourgogne, 500 ml; and Cockspur Fine Five Star Rum, Barbados, 750 ml. $50-$100

3 CHATEAU POMARI POMEGRANATE LIQUEUR AND CHATEAU LAFAYETTE. American, late 20th to early 21st century. Liqueur, 750ml; New York State Champagne, 4/5 quart. $75-$100

4 HAIG & HAIG PINCH WHISKY. Scotland, 1960s. Blended and bottled by Haig & Haig and imported by Renfield Importers, Ltd. Original wire wrap and sealed with original red federal tax strip across cap. 4/5 quart. $100-$200

6 LASH BLACKBERRY CORDIAL 1934. Clifton, NJ. Golden Anniversary bottle, 1884-1934. One pint, 9 3/5 fl. ozs. $100-$200

7 LOUIS XIII DE REMY MARTIN GRANDE CHAMPAGNE COGNAC. France, late 20th century. Blended from many different eaux de vie, the youngest of which is at least 40 years old. Sealed Baccarat decanter with stopper in original presentation box. Grande Champagne part of the Cognac region. 750 ml. $1,800-$2,400

8 MAISON SURRENNE BORDERIES COGNAC, 1984. Distillerie Galtaud, unblended, 750 ml. $30-$60

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B.R. COHN CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Olive Hill Vineyard, Sonoma Valley, 5 bottles (750ml): 1985 (1); 1986 (3); 1987 (1). $75-$100

BORDEAUX, MIXED: Chateau Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande 1981, Pauillac, Grand Cru Classe, 1 bottle (75cl); Chateau Duhart-Milon, Pauillac, Grand Cru Classe, 1 bottle (75cl). $100-$200

10 BEAULIEU VINEYARD BV GEORGES DE LATOUR PRIVATE RESERVE CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Rutherford, Napa Valley, 2 bottles (750ml): 1983; 1984. $100-$200

16 BURGUNDY, MIXED: Domaine Chevalier Pere et Fils 1980, Aloxe-Corton, 1 bottle (750 ml); Armand Girardin Pommard 1991, 1er Cru, Les Charmots, 1 bottle (750 ml). $50-$100

11 BEAULIEU VINEYARD BV GEORGES DE LATOUR PRIVATE RESERVE CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Rutherford, Napa Valley, 3 bottles (750ml): 1972 (2); 1974. $100-$250

12 BORDEAUX, MIXED: Chateau Capbern-Gasqueton 1974, Saint-Estephe, Grand Bourgeois Exceptionnel, 1 bottle (750 ml); Chateau Montrose 1978, Saint-Estephe, Grand Cru Classe, 2 bottles (750 ml). $100-$200

13 BORDEAUX, MIXED: Chateau La Grave 1982, Saint-Emilion, 2 bottles (750 ml); Chateau Lamothe-Cissac 1982, HautMedoc, Cru Grand Bourgeois, 1 bottle (750 ml); Chateau Patache d’Aux 1989, Medoc, Cru Bourgeois, 1 bottle (750 ml). $50-$75

14 BORDEAUX, MIXED: Château La Tour du Pin Figeac (Moueix), 1970, Saint-Emilion, 1 bottle (1pt, 8oz); Chateau Malescot St. Exupery 1979, Margaux, Grand Cru Classe, 1 bottle (75cl); Château du Calvaire 1982, Saint-Emilion, Grand Cru, 1 bottle (75cl). $100-$200

17 CABERNET SAUVIGNON & PINOT NOIR, MIXED: Chalone Vineyard Pinot Noir Reserve 1987, Monterey County, 3 bottles (750 ml); Chalone Vineyard Pinot Noir 1990, Monterey County, 2 bottles (750 ml); Marietta Cabernet Sauvignon 1990, Geyserville, 4 bottles (750 ml). $50-$100


18 CABERNET SAUVIGNON & RED, MIXED: Calafia Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon 1984, Kitty Hawk Vineyard, Napa, 2 bottles (750 ml); Guenoc Cabernet Franc 1985, Lake County, 1 bottle (750 ml); Groth Cabernet Sauvignon 1987, Napa, 1 bottle (750 ml); Guenoc Meritage 1996, North Coast, 1 bottle (750 ml). $100-$200

19 CABERNET SAUVIGNON CALIFORNIA, MIXED: Clos Du Val 1977, Napa, 1 bottle (750 ml); Kalin Cellars Reserve 1986, Sonoma County, 1 bottle (750 ml); Cain Cellars Five Red Blend 1987, Napa, 1 bottle (750 ml). $100-$150

20 CABERNET SAUVIGNON CALIFORNIA, MIXED: Dalla Valle Vineyards 1993, Napa, 1 bottle (750ml); Pezzi King 1994, Dry Creek Valley, 1 bottle (750ml); Provenance 1999, Napa, 1 bottle (750ml). $50-$100


21 CABERNET SAUVIGNON CALIFORNIA, MIXED: Markham 1986, Napa, 1 bottle (750ml); Jordan Estate Bottled 1987, Alexander Valley, 1 bottle (750ml); Ravenswood 1990, Sonoma, 1 bottle (750ml). $50-$100

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CABERNET SAUVIGNON CALIFORNIA, MIXED: Sterling Vineyards 1976, Napa, 2 bottles (750ml); Clos Du Bois 1981, Alexander Valley, 2 bottles (750ml); Bernard Pradel Cellars 1986, Napa, 2 bottles (750ml); William Hill Reserve, Napa, 2 bottles (750ml); Hess Collection 1987, Mt. Veeder, Napa, 2 bottles (750ml). $100-$200

CARMENET CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Mayacamas Mountains, Sonoma Valley, 4 bottles (750ml): 1984 Reserve; 1985 (2); 1986. $50-$150

CHATEAU DUCRU-BEAUCAILLOU 1986. Saint-Julien, Grand Cru Classe, 1 bottle (750ml) $75-$125



CHALONE VINEYARD CABERNET SAUVIGNON 1988. A-Frame Vineyard, Monterey County, 6 bottles (750ml). $100-$200

CHATEAU GRAND-PUY-LACOSTE 1982. Pauillac, Grand Cru Classe, 5 bottles (75cl). $375-$550

23 CABERNET SAUVIGNON, MIXED: Sonoma Vineyards Alexander’s Crown 1976, Sonoma, 1 bottle (750ml); Woodward Canyon 1984, Columbia Valley, 1 bottle (750ml); Burgess 1988, Napa, 1 bottle (750ml); Woodward Canyon 1990, Columbia Valley, 1 bottle (750ml). $50-$100

33 28 CHARLES KRUG CABERNET SAUVIGNON 1982. Napa Valley, 1 bottle (750ml). $25-$50

CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE 1982. Saint-Julien, Grand Cru Classe, 2 bottles (750ml). $250-$350




CANOE RIDGE RESERVE MERLOT 1999. Lot 10, Columbia Valley, Walla Walla, 1 bottle (750ml). $25-$75

CHATEAU BELLEVUE LA SELOURDE 1982. Bordeaux Superieur, 23 bottles (750ml) $325-$650



CARMENET CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Mayacamas Mountains, Sonoma Valley, 3 bottles (750ml): 1984 Reserve; 1985; 1986. $40-$80

CHATEAU CALON-SEGUR 1982. Saint Esephe, Grand Cru Classe, 5 bottles (75cl) $375-$625

CHATEAU GRUAUD LAROSE 1985. Saint-Julien, Grand Cru Classe, 1 bottle (750ml). $50-$75



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CHATEAU HAUT BRION 1955. Pessac-Leognan, 1er Grand Cru Classe, 1 bottle (750ml) $250-$350




CHATEAU HAUT BRION 1982. Pessac-Leognan, 1er Grand Cru Classe, 1 bottle (750ml) $375-$550

CHATEAU LAFITEROTHSCHILD VERTICAL. Pauillac, 1er Cru Classe, 2 bottles (750ml): 1966; 1967. $250-$500

CHATEAU LEOVILLE BARTON 1982. Saint-Julien, Cru Classe, 10 bottles (750ml) $600-$1,000



CHATEAU LA CONSEILLANTE 1982. Pomerol, 3 bottles (750ml) $465-$675

CHATEAU LAFITEROTHSCHILD. Pauillac, 1er Cru Classe, 2 bottles (750ml): Labels torn, but possibly 1966 and/or 1967. $150-$250


38 CHATEAU LA DOMINIQUE 1982. Saint Emilion, Grand Cru Classe, 4 bottles (750ml). $150-$225

39 CHATEAU LA LAGUNE 1982. Haut Medoc, Grand Cru Classe, 5 bottles (750ml). $250-$400

42 CHATEAU LANGOA BARTON 1983. Saint-Julien, 5 bottles (750ml). $125-$200

CHATEAU LEOVILLE LAS CASES VERTICAL: Saint-Julien, 2 bottles (75cl); 1979; 1985. $100-$200



CHATEAU LES ORMES DE PEZ 1982. Saint-Estephe, 9 bottles (750ml). $100-$200


46 CHATEAU L’EVANGILE 1995. Pomerol, 1 bottle (750ml). $75-$125


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CHATEAU LYNCH BAGES 1982. Pauillac, Grand Cru Classe, 1 bottle (750ml) $125-$200

CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1985. Pauillac, 3 bottles (750ml) $300-$525

48 CHATEAU MARGAUX 1934. Margaux, Premier Grand Cru Classe, 1 bottle (3/4 quart). $300-$600 49


49 CHATEAU MARGAUX 1982. Margaux, Premier Grand Cru Classe, 2 bottles (75cl) $700-$1,100

50 CHATEAU MARGAUX 1983. Margaux, Premier Grand Cru Classe, 3 bottles (75cl) $750-$1,050

51 CHATEAU MEYNEY 1982. Saint Estephe, 11 bottles (750ml). $350-$500 53


52 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1982. Pauillac, 2 bottles (750ml) $750-$1,200

53 CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1982. Pauillac, 3 bottles (750ml) $1,125-$1,800

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55 CHATEAU PEYREDON LAGREVETTE 1982. Listrac-Medoc, 3 bottles (750ml). $50-$150

56 CHATEAU ROC DE CAMBES 1989. Cotes de Bourg, 3 bottles (750ml). $60-$120

57 CHATEAU TALBOT 1982. Saint-Julien, Grand Cru Classe, 4 bottles (750ml). $200-$450

58 CHATEAU TALBOT 1982. Saint-Julien, Grand Cru Classe, 4 bottles (750ml). $200-$450

59 CHATEAU TALBOT, MIXED: 1985, Saint-Julien, Grand Cru Classe, 1 bottle (750ml); 1964 Medoc, SaintJulien, Grand Cru Classe, 4 bottles (1pt, 8oz). $100-$200

60 CHATEAU VICTORIA 1982. Graves, 4 bottles (750ml). $40-$80



CLOS PEGASE CABERNET FRANC HOMMAGE ARTIST SERIES 1986. Calistoga, 2 bottles (750ml); and Clos Pegase Red Hommage Artist Series 1987, Calistoga, 1 bottle (750ml). $50-$75

DOMAINE JEAN-LOUIS CHAVE HERMITAGE BLANC 1988. Rhone, 1 bottle (750ml). $75-$100

69 62 CORISON CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Rutherford, Napa Valley, 5 bottles (750ml): 1989 (4); 1990 (1). $75-$150

DUNN VINEYARDS CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Howell Mountain, Napa Valley, 2 bottles (750ml): 1986; 1989. $50-$150



CORISON CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Rutherford, Napa Valley, 6 bottles (750ml): 1989 (3); 1990 (3). $100-$200

DUNN VINEYARDS CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Howell Mountain, Napa Valley, 2 bottles (750ml): 1986; 1989. $50-$150


64 COS D’ESTOURNEL 1982. Saint-Estephe, 5 bottles (750ml) $775-$1,125

71 ETUDE CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Oakville, Napa Valley, 4 bottles (750ml): 1985; 1986 (3). $75-$125

65 DIAMOND CREEK VINEYARDS CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Diamond Mountain, Calistoga, 3 bottles (750ml): Gravelly Meadow, 1986 (2); Red Rock Terrace, 1987. $100-$300



FORMAN CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Napa Valley, 2 bottles (750ml): 1985; 1987. $25-$50

73 66 DIAMOND CREEK VINEYARDS CABERNET SAUVIGNON VOLCANIC HILL VERTICAL. Diamond Mountain, Calistoga, 2 bottles (750ml): 1986; 1987 $75-$175

67 DOMAINE JEAN-LOUIS CHAVE HERMITAGE 1988. Rhone, 1 bottle (750ml). $150-$250

FORMAN CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Napa Valley, 5 bottles (750ml): 1985; 1987 (4). $75-$125

74 FRENCH, MIXED: Domaine Thomas & Fils Sancerre La Crele NV, Loire Valley, 1 bottle (750ml); Alexis Lichine 1970, Chambolle-Musigny, 1 bottle (1pt, 8oz); Delas Freres Chateauneuf du Pape 1974, Rhone, 1 bottle (750ml); Charles Noellat Vosne-Romanée Les Genaivrières 1976, 1 bottle (750ml); Prince Florent de Merode Corton-Bressandes 1981, 2 bottles (750ml). $100-$200

75 GIRARD RESERVE CABERNET SAUVIGNON 1987. Napa Valley, 2 bottles (750ml). $50-$75

76 GIRARD RESERVE CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Napa Valley, 4 bottles (750ml): 1986 (2); 1987 (2). $100-$200

77 GROTH VINEYARDS CABERNET SAUVIGNON 1985. Napa Valley, 3 bottles (750ml). $75-$150

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GROTH VINEYARDS CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Napa Valley, 3 bottles (750ml): 1983 Reserve; 1985; 1987. $100-$200

JOHNSON TURNBULL CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Vineyard Selection 67, Napa Valley, 4 bottles (750ml): 1986 (2); 1987 (2). $40-$80

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HEITZ CELLAR CABERNET SAUVIGNON 1988. St. Helena, Napa Valley, 2 bottles (750ml). One bottle is Bella Oaks Vineyard. $50-$150

80 HEITZ CELLAR CABERNET SAUVIGNON MARTHA’S VINEYARD 1979. St. Helena, Napa Valley, 1 bottle (750ml). $50-$100



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J.E. LUPER CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Napa Valley, 3 bottles (750ml): 1982; 1983; 1984. $75-$150

KISTLER CABERNET SAUVIGNON 1987. Sonoma Valley, 2 bottles (750ml). $25-$50

85 LA JOTA VINEYARD CO. CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Howell Mountain, Napa Valley, 6 bottles (750ml): 1983; 1985; 1986; 1987; 1989; 1990. $150-$300

86 LA JOTA VINEYARD CO. CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Howell Mountain, Napa Valley, 6 bottles (750ml): 1985; 1986; 1987 (2); 1989; 1990. $150-$300

87 82 J.E. LUPER CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Napa Valley, 8 bottles (750ml): 1982 (3); 1983 (3); 1984 (2). $200-$400


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LAUREL GLEN CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Sonoma Mountain, 6 bottles (750ml): 1985 (5), 1986. $50-$125

88 LEONETTI CELLAR CABERNET SAUVIGNON 1990. Washington State and Walla Walla Vallet Select, 2 bottles (750ml). $40-$60



MAYACAMAS CABERNET SAUVIGNON 1990. Napa Valley, 1 bottle (750ml). $50-$75

MORGAN CABERNET SAUVIGNON 1989. Carmel Valley, 6 bottles (750ml). $60-$120



MERLOT, MIXED: Beringer 1989, Bancroft Ranch, Napa, 1 bottle (750ml); Pahlmeyer 1990, Caldwell Vineyard, Napa, 2 bottles (750ml); Kenwood 1990, Sonoma, 1 bottle (750ml); Three Barrel 1999, Napa, 1 bottle (750ml). $50-$100

NAVARRO VINEYARDS, MIXED: Cabernet Sauvignon, gewurztraminer, pinot noir, zinfandel, Philo, California, 11 bottles (750ml). $50-$150

91 MERLOT, MIXED: Matanzas Creek 1989, Sonoma Valley, 3 bottles (750ml); Mietz 1995, Sonoma County, 3 bottles (750ml). $60-$125

92 MONTICELLO CELLARS CABERNET SAUVIGNON CORLEY RESERVE VERTICAL. Napa, 3 bottles (750ml): 1987 (2), 1989. $50-$100

95 OPUS ONE OVERTURE NV, Oakville, Napa Valley, 1 bottle (750ml). $50-$75


96 OPUS ONE PROPRIETARY RED 1984. Oakville, Napa Valley, 1 bottle (750ml). $75-$150



PAHLMEYER PROPRIETARY RED 1986. Caldwell Vineyard, Napa Valley, 2 bottles (750ml). $50-$75

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PINOT NOIR 1991, MIXED: Domaine Drouhin, Oregon, 1 bottle (750ml); Kent Rasmussen, Carneros, Napa, 1 bottle (750ml); Kenwood, Jack London Vineyard, Sonoma, 2 bottles (750ml); Porter Creek, Creekside Vineyard, Russian River Valley, 1 bottle (750ml). $50-$75

SPOTTSWOODE CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Oakville & Rutherford, Napa Valley, 3 bottles (750ml): 1986; 1987; 1989. $75-$150

99 PRIDE CABERNET SAUVIGNON 1991. Napa Valley, 1 bottle (750ml). $50-$75

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QUPE SYRAH BIEN NACIDO RESERVE 1994. Santa Barbara County, 1 bottle (750ml). $50-$75

101 ROBERT KEENAN CABERNET SAUVIGNON 1987. Spring Mountain, Napa Valley, 3 bottles (750ml). $30-$60

105 STORYBROOK MOUNTAIN ZINFANDEL VERTICAL. Various vineyards, Napa Valley, 3 bottles (750ml): 1993 Reserve; 1993 Howell Mountain; 1994 Eastern Exposures. $25-$50

106 WILD HORSE, MIXED: Merlot 1989, Central Coast, 1 bottle (750ml); Zinfandel 1993, Paso Robles, 1 bottle (750ml). $25-$40

107 WILLIAMS SELYEM PINOT NOIR VERTICAL. Various vineyards, Healdsburg and Sonoma County, 12 bottles (750ml): 1988 (10); 1989 (2) $180-$240

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ROTHSCHILD, MIXED: Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1969, Pauillac, 1 bottle (1pt, 8oz); Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1970, Pauillac, 2 bottles (1pt, 8oz); and Chateau Mouton Baron Philippe 1970, Pauillac, 1 bottle (1pt, 8oz). $250-$350

103 SPOTTSWOODE CABERNET SAUVIGNON VERTICAL. Oakville & Rutherford, Napa Valley, 3 bottles (750ml): 1986; 1987; 1989. $75-$150 10 | GARTH’S Wine & Spirits: November 11, 2016

WILLIAMS SELYEM ZINFANDEL 1988. Leno Martinelli Vineyard, Russian River Valley, Healdsburg, 6 bottles (750ml). $150-$240

109 ZINFANDEL, MIXED: Ridge Vineyards 1990, Lytton Springs, Sonoma, 1 bottle (750ml); Cline Cellars Reserve 1992, Contra Costa County, Sonoma, 1 bottle (750ml); Rosenblum Cellars 1994, Paso Robles, 1 bottle (750ml); Vigil Tres Condados 1995, Napa, 1 bottle (750ml). $40-$80

110 1932 FORD 470 HORSEPOWER ROADSTER. American. 350 cubic CC engine, Pete and Jake suspension, Champ 500 wheel design, B & M Blower, and a removable hard top. Beautifully restored in the early 1990s. Provenance: The Collection of the late James "Jimmy" Duffy, Los Angeles, CA $20,000-$35,000 110

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GROUP OF AMERICAN AND INTERNATIONAL CAR GRILL BADGES. Twentieth century. Thirty-two enameled metal badges including Stuggart Ferrari, several British automobile racing and sports car clubs, St. Moritz, “Vorarlberger Auto Touring Club, Japan, Belgium, France etc. Some are non-automotive related. Mounted in shadow box frame, 33.75”h. 28”w. 3.5”d. $400-$800

CADILLAC, THE ONLY WAY TO FLY BY ED “BIG DADDY” ROTH (CALIFORNIA, 19322001). Ca. 1962, airbrush on illustration board, unsigned. Colorful hot rod image. Framed, 26.5”h. 35.5”w. overall.


Laguna Art Museum exhibition label for “Kustom Kulture: Von Dutch, Ed “Big Daddy” Roth, Robert Williams and More...” $1,500-$2,500


GROUP OF AMERICAN AND INTERNATIONAL CAR GRILL BADGES. Twentieth century. Thirty-two enameled metal badges including San Remo Automobile Club, Dunbar & Co., “Dansk Automobil Klub”, Barcelona, Monte Carlo, Uruguay, etc. Mounted in shadow box frame, 33.75”h. 28”w. 3.5”d. $400-$600



GROUP OF AMERICAN AND INTERNATIONAL CAR GRILL BADGES. Twentieth century. Thirty-eight enameled metal badges including Porche, Stuggart Ferrari, Israel, “Venezia”, “Roma”, Mexico, “Touring Club Italiano”, “24 Heures du Mans”, Tyrol, “Touring Club du France”, etc. Mounted in shadow box frame, 33.75”h. 28”w. 3.5“d. $500-$700

114 I AM A RABBIT TOO BY KENNY “VON DUTCH” HOWARD (1929-1992). Mixed media, signed and dated 1956 at bottom. Personalized image with note from original owner. Framed, 20”h. 24”w. overall. Exhibition label missing but note states it was in same exhibition as Lot 115. Together with a photo of the artist. Framed, 18.75”h. 15”w. overall. $2,500-$4,500 113 12 | GARTH’S A Gentleman’s Auction: November 11, 2016




MERCEDES TWO VOLUME BOXED SET. Hardcovers by Rainer Schlegelmich, published 1997. English, German and French text. $50-$75

TWO GILMORE GAS PUMP MODELS. Late 20th century, metal and plastic. Decals for Gilmore gas with lions. 15.5”, 21”h. $50-$100



THREE AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES. First quarter-20th century, brass. Two horns. Incomplete. With bases. 19.5”l. plus tubing and 11.5”h. Together with a lantern with clear and red lenses. With base, 10.5”h. overall. $100-$300

TWO AMERICAN OIL CANS. Late 20th century. Replicas of enameled oil cans with decals. “Pennzoil”, 11”h., and “Richfield”, 11.5”h. $75-$125

120 CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL KAWASAKI POLICE 1000 MOTORCYCLE. Circa 1986. Beautifully kept and completely fitted with helmet, ticket log book, night stick, etc. Grand vehicle weight 1010 lbs. Vehicle identification number JKAKZCP26GB503709. Motorcycle - KZT003. $1,500-$2,500




YAMAHA 1989 MODEL YSR-50 MOTORCYCLE. Beautifully kept, high gloss red paint. Grand vehicle weight 350 lbs. Vehicle identification number - JYA2RRA0 4 KA02059. $800-$1,200











“POLICE TELEGRAPH” CALL BOX. Second half-20th century, cast iron box. Telephone box number “325” by the Gamewell Co., New York, with Citizen’s Key in lock. 25”h. $300-$600

U.S. FOREST SERVICE TELEPHONE BOX. American, mid 20th century, cast iron. Hand held receiver, mouth piece mounted on box. Outside has cast label. “U.S.F.S Western Electric, Made in USA”. 19”h. $150-$250

AMERICAN “YELLOW CAB” TAXI TELEPHONE BOX. Second half-20th century. Metal box with rotary telephone inside, dial marked “American Telephone & Telegraph Co”. Old yellow paint. 16”h. 11”w. $150-$350

AMERICAN BRASS AUTOMOBILE HEADLIGHT. First quarter-century. Acetylene gas lamp “Made for Mitchell, by Solar”. On custom stand. 19”h. overall. $250-$450

AMERICAN BRASS AUTOMOBILE SPOTLIGHT. Early 20th century. “Phare Solar” by “Badge Brass Mfg. Co., Kenosha, Wis. USA Model 75”. Latest patent date 1903. Brass and copper acetylene gas lamp. Soldered repairs on the underside, scratch. Custom stand. 15”h. overall. $400-$600 www.GARTHS.com | 13

127 LE GRANDE JOCKEY AFTER ISIDORE JULES BONHEUR (FRANCE, 1827-1901). Bronze, signed on the base. Large figure of jockey on a racehorse with applied color surfaces. 38”h. 36”w. $2,500-$4,500

128 THE COWBOY AFTER FREDERIC REMINGTON (AMERICAN, 1861-1909). Bronze, signed on the base. Rearing horse with cowboy on a marble base. 26”h. 31”l. $600-$800

129 TAVERN SIGN. American or European, mid 20th century. Wooden sign with original paint. “The Huntsman, Rigden’s Fine Ale” with a fox hunter on horse. Minor wear. 35.5”h. 24”w. $300-$600


130 HORSE AND JOCKEY AFTER PIERRE JULES MENE (FRANCE, 1810-1879). Bronze, signed on the base. One a green marble base. 17”h. 18”l. $600-$900




ENGLISH HUNT PRINT. Second half-20th century. Handcolored reproduction of huntsman on horse, “Mr. Willm. Long, on ‘Bertha’” after a painting by Barraud. Framed, 28.5”h. 31.25”w. overall. $100-$300

132 AMERICAN QUEEN ANNE-STYLE LEATHER SOFA. Late 20th century. Camelback in burgundy leather with brass tacks and cherry stained cabriole legs. Some wear at top of back. 35”h. 70”w. $400-$600


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PAIR OF AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE-STYLE LEATHER WINGBACK CHAIRS. Late 20th century. Burgundy leather with tufted backs, brass tacks and cherry stained reeded legs. Minor scuffs. 42”h. $600-$800

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HORSE HEAD BY PAM FOSS (MARYLAND, 20TH CENTURY). Bronze, signed and numbered “1/100”. Racehorse wearing a blinker hood. Applied surface colors. 17”h. including stone base. $600-$900

AMERICAN LEATHER CHIPPENDALE-STYLE RECLINER. Late 20th century. Blue leather reclining wingback armchair with ball and claw feet. 19” seat, 40”h. $300-$600

PAIR OF TABLE LAMPS. American or English, 2nd half-20th century. Barley twist lamps in the form of candlesticks. Electrified. 27”h. overall. $75-$125

ENGLISH BUTLER’S TRAY TABLE. Nineteenth century, mahogany. Cross banded tray with four folding handles. Attached to a later base with reeded legs. Refinished, puttied age split. 16”h. 37”w. 19”d. $75-$100



MCCLELLAND SADDLE. American, ca.1903. Leather with brass fittings and wooden stirrups. Marked. 11 1/4” seat. Missing cinch strap, replaced cinch. $150-$300

AMERICAN ENTERTAINMENT CENTER. Late 20th century, mixed woods. Wardrobe form with four doors and pull out shelves. 76”h. 42”w. 23”d. $100-$300

135 AMERICAN HORSE RACING SHADOW BOX FRAME. Late 20th century. Racing prints, riding crop, stirrup, bit and horse shoe, all in a frame. 20”h. 43.5”w. $75-$150

140 136 AMERICAN FEDERAL INLAID SHAVING MIRROR. First quarter-19th century, mahogany. Turned posts hold a beveled edge mirror. Dovetailed base with two lockable lift lids and fitted interior. Imperfections. 30”h. 24”w. 12”d. $200-$400

137 AMERICAN LEATHER RECLINER. Second half-20th century. Distressed leather armchair. 19” seat, 39”h. $400-$600

AMERICAN CAST IRON HORSE HEAD. Twentieth century. Decorative horse head store front figure or shop sign. 29”h. 14”w. 22”d. $200-$400

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JOHN DEERE MODEL A “UNSTYLED” TRACTOR. American, ca.1936. Beautifully restored. Row-crop tire alignment, rubber tires, “Vortox” service air cleaner, cast front and rear wheels made by the Pacific Axel and Trailer Equipment Co., John Deere umbrella, and found in John Deere high gloss green. S/n 428117. $1,500-$2,500

FIVE JOHN DEERE TRACTOR SEAT STOOLS. Second half-20th century. Iron seats on posts and round bases. Old matching green paint. Some flaking. 20” seats. $150-$250

146 JOHN DEERE STATIONARY ENGINE. American, mid 20th century. Beautifully restored and fitted to rolling base. S/n LV - 14038. $800-$1,200


JOHN DEERE CUSTOM BUILT HAY WAGON. American, 20th century. Beautifully kept with traditional John Deere green, oak wheel spokes, rubber “non-skid” tires, and a leather seat. Imperfections. $800-$1,200

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“FORD” GRILL AND HEADLIGHTS. Early 20th century. Vehicle grill with old red paint. Some edge damage. 32”h. 37”w. $200-$400





FRANKLIN MINT JOHN DEERE POCKET KNIFE. American, late 20th century. Collectible knife with tractor on the handle. Blade marked "John Deere 1948 Model B". With original case. $25-$50



AMERICAN STRAIGHT RAZOR. Early 20th century. Bone handled razor. Blade marked with name “C.S. Wiggim” and maker “Buckeye B.S. Co., Dayton Ohio”. Case marked “Zulu, Indiana B.S. Co. Indianapolis, Ind.” 6.5”l. $75-$150

TWO “SAFETY PHLARE” FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. American, 2nd quarter-20th century, brass. Pump extinguishers by the General Detroit Corporation. Quick Aid and SOS Fire Guard. Wear. 13”h. $100-$250

155A 151 SCOTTISH RACING POND YACHT. Ca.1880. Handmade racing pond yacht carved from a block of basswood with original mast, boom, bowsprit and lead keel as well as old brass fittings and metal tiller and rudder. Painted hull and varnished deck. Some repairs and replacements. 9’h. 8’l. overall with modern base.

TWO AMERICAN RAILROAD LANTERNS. Late 19th century. Old black paint, bale handles Unmarked, 11.5”h. and one with red and blue lenses, “Dressel, Arlington, NJ USA”. 17.5”h. $50-$150


This early yacht was brought to Ottawa, Canada, from Scotland in the late 1800s and raced in both Scotland and central Canada. The boat was in the care of the original family for over a century and a half and was on loan to the Ontario Science Center for public exhibit in Toronto for thirteen years in the 1970s and 1980s. $1,600-$2,000

152 TWO PAIR OF AMERICAN INDIAN CLUBS. Late 19th-early 20th century, maple. Turned clubs with original paint. Age splits and wear. 18”, 19”l. $250-$450


153 TWO AMERICAN BRASS FIRE HOSE NOZZLES. Twentieth century. Cord wrapped nozzles. One marked “Playpipe Powhaten”, 30”h. And “American LaFrance Foamite Corporation, Elmira, NY” with old red paint. 29”h. $200-$400

154 TWO AMERICAN FIRE HOSE NOZZLES. First half-20th century, brass. One marked “Akron”. Dents from use. 13.5”l. and one marked “Alfco”. 10.75”h. $75-$125



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156 OHIO HALF HULL. Ca. 1850s. Laminated wood half hull model reputedly of the Lake Erie schooner Clyde (built in Huron, Ohio, 1856). Old, probably original surface. Some edge wear, seams have minor separation. 5”h. 42.5”w. $600-$900


157 AMERICAN POND YACHT. Second half-20th century. Handmade with motorized interior. Wooden hull, cloth sails. Decal name “Wet N’ Wild, Lake Arrowhead”. Sails need cleaning. 80”h. 46”l. $400-$800

158 AMERICAN SHIP DIORAMA. Late 19th century. Fully rigged sailing ship made of wood, gesso and string on a carved base and flying a silk American flag. Placed in a shadow box with painted background including light house. 27”h. 37.5”w. 12”d. $400-$800 158

159 MINIATURE STARTING CANNON. Probably American, early 20th century. Brass cannon with firing pin on a cast iron caisson with old grey paint. Paint wear. 18”l. $300-$600




SHIP DIORAMA. Late 19th-early 20th century, wood, string, paper, gesso, etc. Fully rigged ship coming in to harbor with steam tug and buildings including light house. Original paint. Shadow box, 18.5”h. 47.5”w. 6”d. $350-$650

161 NEW ENGLAND YACHT SIGN AND FISHING SPEAR. Late 19th-20th century. Wrought iron spear or frog gig. Refinished handle. 63”l. And a “Chatham Yacht Club, For Members Only” (Cape Cod, Massachusetts) made from a boat rudder. Old paint is weathered. 20”h. 44”w. $100-$300

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TWO MARITIME PRINTS JOHN STOBART (B. 1929). Limited edition color lithographs on paper, signed on the plate and in pencil with edition numbers. Cleveland Moonlight Arrival on the Cuyahoga in 1876, 268/950. 33”h. 42”w. And San Francisco Vallejo Street Wharf in 1896 21/750. 33.5”h. 42.5”w. $400-$600

FRENCH BRASS TELESCOPE. Second half-19th century. Marked “A. Bardou, Paris”. Brass 3.5” telescope with wooden tripod base. Added rod holds eyepiece in extended length. 58.5”l. 55”h. base. $1,000-$1,500

163 ENGLISH CHIPPENDALE-STYLE WORK TABLE. Nineteenth century, mahogany. Legs with beaded corners, two support slide out interior fitted with compartments. Additional slide out work surface. Refinished. 29”h. 47”w. 28”d. $300-$600

164 AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE-STYLE LEATHER SOFA. Late 20th century. Camelback sofa with scrolled arms and cherry stained reeded legs. Burgundy leather. 32”h. 90”w. $400-$800

166 FIVE ITEMS INCLUDING TELESCOPES. American, 20th century. Two telescopes. Wood, 6.5”l., and leather, 11”l., brass binoculars on stand, pewter canteen and cast iron bull head with translucent red eyes. 9”h. $75-$150


167 SIXTEEN AMERICAN MAGNIFYING GLASSES. Twentieth century. Two standing models in horn and brass. Handles include horn, wood, resin, glass, and brass. 6.25” to 12”l. $100-$300


168 FOURTEEN AMERICAN MAGNIFYING GLASSES. Twentieth century. Two standing models in brass and wood. Handles include horn, leather, wood, brass and resin. 8.5” to 14”l. $100-$200

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EUROPEAN FLINTLOCK NAVAL DECK GUN. Eighteenth century or earlier. Smooth bore brass barrel and trigger guard. Walnut stock and wrought iron swivel post. Imperfections. 39.5”l. $600-$1,200

AMERICAN POND YACHT. Ca. 1930s. Wooden hulled boat made by the same hand as lots 172, 211. Detailed rigging and hand stitched cloth sails. Original paint. Some loss and damage to rigging. 81”h. 53”l. on custom base. $600-$1,200

AMERICAN POND SAILER. Second half-20th century. Handmade wooden sailing ship with rigging and cloth sails. Repaired bowsprit. 45”h. 36”l. overall on stand. $250-$500

170 THREE MARITIME PRINTS JOHN STOBART (B. 1929). Limited edition color lithographs on paper, signed on the plate and in pencil with edition numbers. New York Maiden Lane by Gaslight from a Ship at Pier in 1882, 261/1500. 33”h. 41.5”w., The Statue of Liberty in a Panorama of New York Harbor in 1886, 179/950. 32”h. 45.5”w. And South Street, New York in 1880, 686/950. 35”h. 43”w. Framed. Together with the book Stobart the Rediscovery of America’s Maritime Heritage, Collector’s Special Limited Edition 261/1500. $600-$900

177 172 AMERICAN POND YACHT. Ca. 1930s. Wooden hulled boat made by the same hand as lots 171, 211. Detailed rigging and hand stitched cloth sails. Original paint has crackled. Some loss and damage to rigging. 68”h. 40”l. on custom base. $400-$800

173 AMERICAN UMBRELLA STAND. Mid 20th century. Leather “umbrella” with wooden post and cast iron base. Holds five umbrellas. 28”h. $100-$250

174 AMERICAN WROUGHT IRON HARPOON AND ANCHOR. Nineteenth century. Substantial harpoon dated 1853. 37”l. And a anchor, 24”l. 20”w. $150-$350


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AMERICAN WOODEN SHIP’S WHEEL. Second half-19th century. Wrought iron band. Old yellow and green paint. Age splits. 40”d. $150-$300

AMERICAN LEATHER SWIVEL CHAIR. Second half-20th century. Light pink armchair with brass tacks on circular metal framed base. 19” seat, 34”h. $300-$600

178 NEW ENGLAND SCULL OAR BY HELMUT SCHOENBROD. Ca. 1910. Wooden oar with copper tip and rubberized end. Paper label. Imperfections. 118”l. $100-$300

179 FOUR AMERICAN POND SAILERS. Mid 20th century. Wooden hulls, tin weighted rudders. Two have cloth sails. One is missing mast. Varying wear and loss. 9” to 37”h. $150-$300

180 AMERICAN POND YACHT AND SAILER. Twentieth century. Wooden hulls. Yacht has wire rigging, no sail. 60”h. 37”l. And an early laminated hull with lead weight. 18.5”l. $100-$300



FOUR EUROPEAN BRASS COMPACT SEXTANTS. Late 19th century. One in circular container marked “A. Hobbs, London”, 3”d., and two marked “Stanley, London”. One in mahogany box dated 1894 with paper label for “TB Winter”. Box 5.5”l. Together with one marked “Baraban...Paris” with black surface. Wear from use. Oval leather box. 4”h. $150-$300

ORIENTAL RUG. Second half-20th century. Room size Bokhara with red ground. 9’5” x 12’3”. $400-$800

182 ENGLISH BRASS SURVEYOR’S INSTRUMENT. Ca. 1820. Hollow, hexagonal device for measuring angles. 5.75”h. See The Brass Book by Schiffer, pg. 353, for an identical item (book included). $250-$450

183 ORIENTAL RUG. Late 20th century. Mahal with burgundy ground and black border. 7’ x 10’. $600-$800

185 TWO ORIENTAL RUGS. Late 20th century. Caucasian-style with red ground and multiple borders. Some color bleeding and wear. 4’3” x 6’10”. And prayer in dark reds and blues, 2’10” x 4’. $400-$600



186 FOUR PILLOWS. Second half-20th century. Two pair made from oriental rugs with velvet backing and Kilim saddlebags. Some wear. 18” x 22”. $100-$250

187 ORIENTAL RUG. Mid 20th century. Room size Heriz. Red ground, white spandrels. Some pile wear. 9’ x 12’. $900-$1,200


188 LARGE ENGLISH BOOKCASE. Late 20th century, mahogany and pine. Three-section book and display case. Shelves with leather trim above, base with double doors in each section. Ormolu trim. Each section is two pieces. Some edge wear. 90”h. 166”w. 17”d. $600-$1,200

189 AMERICAN BRASS SHIP’S COMPASS. First half 20th century. Marked “John E. Hand & Sons, Philadelphia/Baltimore”. Holes for mounting on deck. 7.5”h. $100-$250

190 SET OF FRANKLIN LIBRARY LEATHERBOUND BOOKS. Copyright 1980, limited edition of the ‘100 Greatest Books of All Time’. Embossed leather covers in several colors. 9.5”h. $300-$500 188

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HORSE AND JOCKEY AFTER ISIDORE JULES BONHEUR (FRANCE, 1827-1901). Bronze, signed on the base. 28.5”h. 31”l. $1,500-$2,500

THREE AMERICAN HORN TABLES. Late 20th century, pine. Pair of lift lid side tables and a coffee table. Carved wood trim and rough hewn sides, glass tops. Embossed leather trim with brass tacks. Horn legs. Pair, 29”h. 37” x 37”, coffee table, 19”h. 50”w. 30”d. Edge wear. $600-$1,200

AMERICAN LEATHER OFFICE CHAIR. Late 20th century, cherry frame. Swivel armchair on four legs with rollers. Ribbed molding and brass tacks. 20” seat, 39”h. $200-$300

192 OWL BRONZE AFTER JULES MOIGNIEZ (FRANCE, 1835-1894). Signed on the base. Owl with spread wings. On marble base. 35”h. 28”w. $1,000-$2,000

193 THE MOUNTAIN MAN AFTER FREDERIC REMINGTON (AMERICAN, 1861-1909). Bronze, signed on the base. Trapper on horse with marble base. 27”h. $400-$800

195 SEVEN DECORATIVE DRINKING HORNS. American or European, 2nd half-20th century. White metal trim. 9.5” to 16.5”l. $100-$200

198 TWO HORSE BRONZES (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND HALF-20TH CENTURY). Racehorses. Stylized form with monogram and “1964”, 14”h., and one with illegible signature on oak base. Missing plaque. 11.5”h. 15”l. overall. $100-$300

199 196 AMERICAN SKINNING BLADE. Nineteenth century. Steel double-sided draw blade with wooden handles. 28”l. $100-$200

HORSE BRONZE SIGNED “BARYE 1886”. Racehorse in the manner of French animaliers. Applied green color on saddle. 11”h. 15”l. $75-$150

200 THREE FRAMED PICTURES. Twentieth century. Pencil sketch of steeplechase with horse names. 14.5”h. 16.75”w., and a drypoint print of canal boat horses. Signed. 25.75”h. 20.75”w. Together with a handcolored English engraving of the “Course of the River Mole”. Foxing. 17”h. 22.5”w. Framed sizes. $100-$200 194 22 | GARTH’S A Gentleman’s Auction: November 11, 2016

201 AMERICAN BUFFALO TAXIDERMY MOUNT. Second half-20th century. Head mount with glass eyes. 27”h. $400-$600

202 HUNTING DOGS (AMERICAN SCHOOL, LATE 20TH-EARLY 21ST CENTURY). Oil on canvas, illegible signature lower left. Hunting dogs in the woods with game birds. 36”h. 24”w., molded frame, 47”h. 35”w. $150-$300

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203 AMERICAN CHAPS, SPURS AND SADDLE BAGS. Twentieth century, leather. Late chaps with “Colt” trademark and saddle bags. Together with earlier spurs with embossed leather straps and silver conchos. Spurs have white metal overlays including bucking bronco. $150-$350

204 AMERICAN WESTERN SADDLE AND LARIAT. Late 20th century. Leather saddle with stirrups. Embossed “1135” on pommel. Split in skirt leather. 23”l. overall. And a 70’ lariat. $100-$300


205 BEAR TAXIDERMY HEAD MOUNT. American, late 20th century. Brown bear, 13.5”h. $75-$150


208 206 *SMITH AND WESSON .32 LONG REVOLVER. American, pre World War II. Black finish with hand ejector and mother-of-pearl grips. “H.E.E.” etched into right side of frame, barrel 4”l. S/n 384802. $400-$600

TWO AMERICAN SADDLES. Mid 20th century, leather. Ladies’ side saddle with stirrup and cinch. 28”l. And a jockey’s racing saddle. 18”l. Imperfections. $75-$150



COLT REVOLVER. Colt D.A. .38 caliber, shot. 6” barrel marked “Colt’s PTFA Mfg Co. Hartford, Ct, USA. Patented Aug. 5, 1884...’95”. Walnut grips with German silver inlaid stars. Varying S/n, two are 180. 12”l. Reputedly confiscated by the Rough Riders. $300-$600

THREE HORSE PAINTINGS (AMERICAN SCHOOL, LATE 19TH-20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas. Two hunt scenes signed “Hoffman”. Unframed, 10”h. 12.5”w. And horses in a field. Restoration. Late frame, 12.5”h. 14”w. $75-$150



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210 ALUM CREEK SAILING CLUB BY DAVE TERRY (OHIO, LATE 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. Impasto summer scene of boats at anchor. 24”h. 20”w., gilt frame, 30.5”h. 26.5”w. $600-$800

211 AMERICAN POND YACHT. Ca. 1930s. Wooden hulled boat made by the same hand as lots 171, 172. Detailed rigging and hand stitched cloth sails. Original paint. Some loss and damage to rigging. 57”h. 32”l. on custom base. $400-$600 210


212 SHIP DIORAMA. American or English, 3rd quarter-19th century. Signed “BK 186_”. Fully rigged sailing ship flying the Union Jack, made of wood, paper and string. Original paint. Interior of shadow box is fully painted with ships at sea and beach comber. 19”h. 31”w. 6”d. $400-$600

213 AMERICAN CAST IRON SHIP’S WHEEL. Early 20th century. Cast label “Wilcox Crittendon & Co., Inc. Middletown, Conn. USA No. 571, 30”“. Wooden grips. Late black paint. 30”d. $100-$300

214 BRASS SHIP’S COMPASS AND PROPELLER. Early 20th century. Compass on a wooden mount. Imperfections. 11”h. And a small propeller with stamped letters and patent number. Split. 14”l. $100-$250



WOODCUT OF CINCINNATI WATERFRONT BY LONGFELLOW (AMERICAN, LATE 20TH CENTURY). Signed and numbered in pencil 19/40. Print composed after the famous eight daguerreotype plate panoramic view of the waterfront taken in 1848 by Fontayne and Porter. Framed, 16.5”h. 41”l. $150-$300

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216 AMERICAN SHIP’S LANTERN. Late 19th century, brass. Thick glass globe, lantern marked “Anchor”. Missing font. 14”h. not including handle. $75-$125

217 MODEL OF A SPANISH GALLEON. Second half-20th century. Wooden ship with original paint and cloth sails. Wear. 29”h. 28”w. overall on base. $100-$300

218 SEATTLE, MILL STREET...AFTER JOHN STOBART (B. 1929). Limited edition color lithograph on paper, signed on the plate and in pencil with edition number 360/500. Ship docked at a wharf. 31.5”h. 40.5w.. $150-$250








THREE MARITIME PRINTS JOHN STOBART (B. 1929). Limited edition color lithographs on paper, signed on the plate and in pencil with edition numbers. San Pedro The Bark Vidette Towing into Part at Sunrise in 1890,60/750. 33”h. 42.5”w., Boston Faneuil Hall from the East in 1825, 332/750. 24”h. 29.5”w. And Boston Long Wharf by Moonlight in 1865, 479/750. 33.5”h. 43”w. Framed. $400-$600

AMERICAN NAVAL SEARCHLIGHT. Ca. 1905, brass. “The Neverout Searchlight Projector Naval Type No. 66. Rose Mfg. Co., Philadelphia, USA”. Gas search light. Worn original paint on handle. Custom stand. 12”h. overall. $200-$400

ENGLISH ART NOUVEAU SIDEBOARD. Ca.1890-1910, burlwood, mahogany, and oak. Mirrored back over two drawers and two doors, all on blocked feet. Numerous carved Art Nouveau motifs. 77.5”h. 26”w. 72”l. $1,000-$2,000



TWO AMERICAN SHIP’S LANTERNS. Late 19th century, brass. Thick glass globes and copper bands. Oil fonts. Polished. 14”, 16”h. $150-$300

CASED SET OF GERMAN SURVEYOR’S INSTRUMENTS. First half-20th century. Brass and steel instruments in velvet case marked “Dietzgen”. 10.5”l. $75-$125

220 TWO MARITIME PRINTS JOHN STOBART (B. 1929). Limited edition color lithographs on paper, signed on the plate and in pencil with edition numbers. Philadelphia Moonlight over the Delaware from the Foot of Walnut Street in 1835, 111/950. 31.5”h. 45.5”w. And Five Mile River, Rowayton c. 1920, 286/850. 28.5”h. 40”w. $300-$600

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*COLT MODEL 1911 U.S. ARMY .45 PISTOL. American, 1st quarter-20th century. Blued frame and checkered walnut grips. Stamping reads “Patent Apr. 20, 1897, Sept. 9, 1902, Dec. 19, 1905, Feb. 14, 1911, Aug. 19, 1913. United States Property.”. S/n 98741. $2,000-$3,000

WINCHESTER MODEL 1885 LOW WALL STANDARD .38 SINGLE SHOT RIFLE American, 4th quarter-19th century. Walnut stock, octagonal barrel, and crescent buttplate. Reads “Pat. Oct. 7th, 79 (1879), Winchester Repeating Arms Co.”. Barrel length 29”l. S/n 15534. Includes soft case. $1,200-$1,800

227 *PEABODY AND MARTINI SINGLE-SHOT .44-100 RIFLE. American, late 19th-early 20th century. Possibly “Creedmoor” model. Rounded barrel, walnut stock, and receiver marked “Peabody & Martini. Patents Man’f’d by Providence Tool Co., Prov. R.I., U.S.A.”, barrel 32”l. 49.5”l. overall. $2,500-$4,500

228 *STEVENS MODEL 311H SIDE-BY-SIDE HAMMERLESS BOXLOCK 20 GAUGE SHOTGUN. American, 2nd half-20th century. Walnut stock, blued barrel and frame, and double trigger. Frame marked “Stevens model 311 series H, 2 3/4 & 3 inch shells. Savage Arms, Westfield, Mass.”. Barrel length 28”l. S/n E030442. Includes soft case. $350-$550


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FULL STOCK OCTAGONAL BARREL PERCUSSION KENTUCKY RIFLE. American, curly maple. Approximately .36 cal. Full length, engraved patchbox, set triggers, and “SJ” signed barrel, 54”l. overall. Barrel 38”l. $1,600-$2,400



KENTUCKY HALF-STOCK PERCUSSION RIFLE. American, figured walnut. Approximately .40 to .45 cal. Iron capbox, two German silver key inlays, set triggers, and signed “Ford Brothers”, 50”l. overall, barrel 34”l. $1,800-$2,500

231 *SMITH AND WESSON .38 SPECIAL REVOLVER. American, pre World War II. Black finish with hand ejector and motherof-pearl grips, barrel 5”l. S/n 376991. $300-$500 228

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232 BELGIAN PERCUSSION SHOTGUN. Second half-19th century. Walnut stock with checkered wrist. Double barrels marked “Belgium, Laminate Steel”. 47”l. overall. $400-$800

233 *SMITH AND WESSON MODEL 67-1 .38 SPECIAL REVOLVER. American, 20th century. Checkered walnut grips, nickel plated frame, six-shot cylinder, and a 4” barrel. S/n 94K6942. $300-$500 233



*MAUSER POCKET PISTOL 7.65 MODEL 1914. Germany, 1923-1929. Checkered walnut grips, blued frame, and a double line stamp on the left side reading “Waffenfabrik Mauser A-G Oberndorf A.N. Mauser’s Patent”, with the opposite side reading “Mauser - 7.65”. S/n 291246. $300-$500


235 KENTUCKY HALF-STOCK PERCUSSION RIFLE. American, walnut. Approximately .36 -.40 cal. Brass patchbox, two German silver inlays and wear plate under stock, and double set triggers, 57”l. overall. Barrel 41.5”l. $1,800-$2,500 236

236 AMERICAN PERCUSSION RIFLE. First half-19th century. Ladies’ or child’s full stock rifle with faux curly graining and octagonal 26.75” barrel. Lock marked “T. Davidson & Co” (Cincinnati, Ohio). Brass patchbox. 43”l. $600-$800

237 AMERICAN PERCUSSION TARGET RIFLE. First half-19th century. Walnut half-stock with heavy octagonal 26.5” barrel. Lock with engraved turkey is marked “G. Goulcher”. Damage. 42.5”l. $100-$300

238 AMERICAN PERCUSSION RIFLE. First half-19th century. Figured maple full stock with octagonal 40” barrel. Lock marked “T. Davidson & Co.” (Cincinnati, Ohio). Split behind wrist. Some imperfections. 55,5”l. $400-$800

239 AMERICAN PERCUSSION RIFLE. First half-19th century. Curly maple full stock with 41.75” octagonal barrel. Lock is marked “Josp. Gulcher”. Refinished, missing butt plate. 58”l. $300-$600



*GERMAN P.38 HANDGUN WITH LEATHER HOLSTER. First half-20th century. Slide marked with German symbol on right side of frame, blued frame, and thermoplastic grips. S/n 8546h. Barrel length 4.75”. $175-$300

*COLT AUTOMATIC .32 PISTOL WITH LEATHER HOLSTER. American, 1st quarter-20th century. Blued frame with hard rubber checkered grips. S/n 457809. $200-$400

244 241 BELGIAN PERCUSSION SHOTGUN. Double barrel marked “Twist Belgium” with lock marked “Richard”. Checkered walnut stock. S/n 5076. 30” barrels. $100-$300

*WINCHESTER MODEL 72A BOLT ACTION .22 RIFLE. American, 20th century. Walnut stock. Minor rust and pitting to barrel. Barrel length 25”. $75-$125



AMERICAN SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR RIFLE. Model 1878. 45/70 caliber. Walnut stock has wear. S/n 283986. With bayonet. Rifle 51.5”l. $400-$600

*STEVENS MODEL 87A .22 RIFLE. American, 20th century. Walnut stock. Considerable rust and pitting to barrel. Barrel length 24”. $50-$100

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PAIR OF AMERICAN FIGURAL BILLIARD TABLE LEGS. Late 19th century, cast iron. Hollow legs in the form of lion heads over single paws. Old black paint. 24”h. 34”l. $400-$800

TWO AMERICAN TOBACCO ADVERTISING SIGNS. Late 20th century. Replicas of Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco signs. Hunters and General Store. Framed 22”h. 27”w. and 29”h. 23”w. (print 26.5”h. 18”w.) $50-$100

247 AMERICAN BILLIARDS TABLE GAS LIGHT. Late 19th century. Hanging brass light with double arms and two green enamel industrial-style shades. Electrified. Some enamel chips. 13”h. 52”l. $150-$350

253 AMERICAN ADVERTISING THERMOMETER. Mid 20th century, enameled tin. “Ex-Lax”. Damage at top. 39.25”h. $50-$100

254 248 AMERICAN WARDROBE BY HENREDON. Late 20th century, mixed woods with flame grain mahogany veneer. Biedermeier-style with brass hardware. Interior drawers. Imperfections. 88”h. 52”w. 26”d. $300-$600

TWO AMERICAN WOODEN SIGNS. First half-20th century. Double-sided “Heated” with flames. Back has overpaint. 6.5”h. 23”l. and “This machine is not a toy, hold on to hammer”. 9.5”h. 14.5”w. Varying wear. $50-$100

255 249 TWO AMERICAN POOL BALL RACKS. Mid 20th century, oak. One with stenciled numbers. Minor wear. 29”h. 23”w. 4”d. and 28”h. 22.5”w. 3.5”d. $75-$150

250 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY LEADED GLASS TABLE LAMP. Late 20th century. White metal base with white shade and Ohio State “O”. 18.5”d. 26.5”h. $100-$300


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TWO AMERICAN ADVERTISING PIECES. Mid 20th century. Large single sided tin shoe repair sign “Raymond Gus’ Repair” light bulb sockets. Wear and paint splatters. 30”h. 70.5”w. And an electric lamp with paper label “Keys While you Watch, National Key”. Wear. 7”h. 9”d. $200-$400

ADVERTISING SIGN AND PAINTING. Twentieth century. Single-sided hand painted wooden sign “The Pure Oil Pipe Line Co.” (West Virginia). Overpainted with wear and flaking. 9.5”h. 73”w. And an earlier naive oil on canvas painting of an American Indian chief sitting on a horse. Signed lower right “W.J. Harrington”. Rebacked on plywood. 20”h. 24”w., framed, 24”h. 28”w. $100-$300

256 AMERICAN WOODEN “SPORTS LOCKER”. Late 19th-20th century. Wooden work or foot locker with fitted interior and original green paint. 12.5”h. 32”w. 11”d. Inside are five wooden ice skates (one pair, three singles), a wooden tennis racket with synthetic strings, three miscellaneous books and a three-part bamboo fishing rod with brass reel. $200-$400

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PAINTING OF INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND HALF-20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, penciled name on stretcher “Thelma Hileman”. Reputedly the Springfield, Ohio, power plant in colorful simplified style. Repair. 24”h. 26”w., later frame, 29.5”h. 31.5”w. $400-$800

AMERICAN BRASS STENCIL. Late 19th-early 20th century. “Briar & Wooden Pipes & Cigar Holders at W.H. Fancher’s”. Dents. 8”h. 11”w. $50-$100

258 ENGLISH HOTEL SIGN. Second half-20th century. Double sided wooden sign with original paint “The Swan Hotel” (Barton on Humber, North Lincolnshire). Some weathering, frame has old black paint. 34.5”h. 27.5”w. $300-$600

259 AMERICAN CIGARETTE ADVERTISING SIGN. Early 20th century, chromolithograph on paper. “Tolstoi (sic) Russian Cigarettes”. Stains. Framed, 22.5”h. 17.5”w. overall. $100-$300

260 ENGLISH TELEPHONE BOOTH REPLICA. Late 20th century, cherry with mahogany stain. Full-size replica of the K6 phone booth first made in 1935. Beveled glass and “Telephone” with King Edward’s crown on four sides. Some wear and separation at joints. 89”h. 30” x 30”. $600-$800

262 AMERICAN GAMING WHEEL. First half-20th century. Wooden one-sided wheel with original paint and metal trim. Some edge loss. 30”d. $100-$300

263 AMERICAN PHOTO OF LUMBERJACKS. Early 20th century. Large black and white photo in a quartersawn oak frame. 46.5”h. 35”w. $200-$300

264 TWO AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHS. Late 19th-early 20th century. Sepia toned photos. Bicycle rider identified as “Herbert C. Seymour”. Cross corner frame. 10.5”h. 12.5”w. And a baseball team with player’s names on the back. 11.75”h. 13.5”w. $50-$100

265 AMERICAN HARVARD PRINT. Late 20th century. Reproduction print of 1936 bird’s-eye view of Harvard University and Radcliffe College. Tear. Framed 34”h. 26”w. overall. $75-$100

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PORTRAIT OF THE BEATLES. Oil on masonite, unsigned. Image painted after a Beatles album cover. Edge and some surface wear. Mounted on wood backing. 48”h. 96”w. $400-$800

THREE COGNAC DISPLAY BOTTLES. Second half-20th century. Glass with paper labels. Martell. Missing stopper. 20”h., Hine& Co., 20”h. and Monnet & Co., 20”h. Some wear. $150-$350



NEIL ARMSTRONG PRINT AFTER PAUL CALLE (AMERICAN 1928-2010). Signed and dated on the plate July 16, 1969. Counter signed and numbered in pencil by the artist 568/1000 as well as autographed in pencil by Armstrong. Framed, 29”h. 19”w. overall. $2,000-$3,000

THREE CHAMPAGNE DISPLAY BOTTLES. Second half-20th century. Glass with paper labels. Moet. Some label damage. 27”h., Pierre Jouet, 26.5”h., and Mumm, 24”h. $200-$400

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270 FOUR AMERICAN LIQUOR DISPLAY BOTTLES. Second half-20th century. Glass bottles with paper labels. Some wear. Two Schenley whiskey bottles, one William Jameson, and one James Pepper. Some wear. 22” to 29”h. $100-$300

271 TWO LIQUOR DISPLAY BOTTLES. Second half-20th century. Glass with paper labels. Rotari sparkling wine, 20”h., and Stock Dry Vermouth. Missing part of label and foil top. 23”h. $75-$150


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AMERICAN MEN’S BICYCLE. Made by the National Cycle Manufacturing Company, Bay City, Michigan, late 19th-early 20th century. Wooden grips and wheels (replaced tires), original blue paint with medallion on front post and decals. Worn leather seat appears original. Some overall wear. 38.5”h. 75”l. $300-$600

273 CRETORS EXTENDED MODEL D HORSE-DRAWN CIRCUS POPCORN WAGON. American, 1924. Fully restored by Robert Pearson of Olathe, Kansas. This wagon was the last model ENL D produced by C. Cretors & Company, Chicago, Illinois. Painted red with black striping and contrasting yellow wheels, model includes the special option “Hot Lunch Outfit” which is a short-order cooking area with a two burner gas setup. All trim is finished in polished nickel, restored using only authentic Cretors hardware. Any steel that needed replaced was duplicated to factory specifications. The three signs under the main serving window are bevel-edged mirrors with reverse etched decoration and painted letters made in the manner of the Cretors' factory. Serial # 24100. 9’3”h. 6'3”w. 15’l. (All measurements approximate). Weighs approximately 2500 lbs. Included with the wagon are several photos, research articles, letters, posters, and a binder and DVD detailing each step of the restoration with photos and descriptions. Provenance: -Original Owner – Richard O. Flath (Escanaba, Michigan) -Robert Pearson (Olathe, Kansas) -Willett Brown (California) -The Collection of the late James "Jimmy" Duffy (Los Angeles, CA) $25,000-$45,000

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AMERICAN GAME WHEEL. First half-20th century. Wooden wheel with metal posts and old repaint. Wear from use, a few missing posts. 32.5”d. $200-$400

AMERICAN “FORD 8000” PEDAL TRACTOR. Third quarter-20th century. Cast metal with decals and hard rubber wheels. 25”h. 35”l. Together with a grey painted pull behind wagon, 28”l. $150-$250

AMERICAN FIRE TRUCK PEDAL CAR. Second half-20th century. Metal car with wooden rear floor and bell on hood. “Fire Dept. Unit 507, City of Beverly Hills” decals. 17”h. 41”l. 15”d. $75-$125



INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER FARM CRAWLER PEDAL TOY. Second half-20th century. Cast metal with original paint and decals “International T-340”. The T-340s were made from 1959 to1965. Broken chain. 26”h. 30”l. 28”w. $200-$400

AMERICAN SOAP BOX DERBY CAR. Second half-20th century. Laminated plywood with rubber tires and vinyl seat. 39”l. $200-$400



AMERICAN GAME WHEEL. Early 20th century. Wooden doublesided wheel, numbers and dominos. Original paint has dry surface. Some wear. 25”d. $150-$350

276 AMERICAN GAME WHEEL. Late 19th-early 20th century. Onesided wooden wall mounted wheel made from a bicycle wheel. Original paint. Some wear. 33.5”h. 30.5”w.

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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER “McCORMICK” MODEL 06 ORCHARD TRACTOR. American, ca.1945. Beautifully restored. S/n 13298W. $2,000-$4,000

AMERICAN CAROUSEL HORSE. Second half-20th century. Carved wooden palomino jumper with glass eyes. Restored paint. 62”h. overall with pole, 58”l. $400-$800



FORD MODEL 8N TRACTOR. American, ca. 1952. Beautifully restored. Four-cylinder inline, fourspeed manual transmission, left-side clutch, and right-side independent brakes. $1,500-$2,500

AMERICAN CHILD’S WAGON. Late 20th century. Sturdy metal wagon in John Deere colors with six rubber wheels. Wooden floor. Sides marked “6x4”. 14”h. 41”l. $300-$600


285A 283 INTERNATIONAL HARVISTER FARMALL CUB “McCORMICK” TRACTOR. American, ca. 1947. “CultiVision” alignment, four-cylinder engine with an 1800 maximum idle speed. S/n 33980. $1,500-$2,500

AMERICAN CUB CADET PEDAL CAR. Produced by the Ertl Company, Dyersville, Iowa, 3rd quarter-20th century. Metal pedal car with Cub Cadet International Harvester decals. 21"h. 31"l. There were approximately twenty of these produced and then recalled. This tractor was released as "Ertl Tuff" #34554. $300-$500 282



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AMERICAN “JOHN DEERE” PEDAL TRACTOR. Late 20th century. Cast metal tractor with original paint and rubber wheels. 24”h. 34”l. And a similar hand pulled cart. 30”l. $400-$600

INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER PEDAL TRACTOR. Second half-20th century. Cast metal with hard rubber wheels. Applied decals. 24”h. 37”l. $150-$250

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287 AMERICAN “MCCORMICK FARMALL” PEDAL TRACTOR. Made by Eska, Dubuque, Iowa, late 20th century. Cast metal tractor International Harvester McCormick Farmall. 22”h. 32”l. $200-$400

JOHN DEERE MODEL B “UNSTYLED” TRACTOR. American, ca. 1935. Tricycle front axle, two-cylinder, liquid cooled, crank-start engine, and an unsynchronized gear transmission. S/n B10544. $3,000-$6,000

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AMERICAN “HYDRAULIC DUMP TRUCK” PEDAL CAR. Third quarter-20th century. Metal car with vinyl seat, rubber wheels and lever release dump bed. 20”h. 39”w. $200-$400

NEW HOLLAND MODEL 250 SKID STEER LOADER. American, 1984. Restored ca. 2001. 18horse power, two-cylinder engine, and a 36” bucket width. $3,000-$6,000


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AMERICAN ROULETTE WHEEL. Second half-20th century. Wooden base. 23.5”d. $100-$200

JOHN FORCE AUTOGRAPH. Autographed photo montage of NHRA driver and top fuel funny car. Acrylic holder, 8”h. $25-$50

293 AMERICAN WESTERN MOVIE POSTER. Chromolithograph on paper. “Fighting Lawman” released in 1953. Framed, 47.5”h. 34”w. overall. $150-$300

294 TWO AMERICAN MOVIE POSTERS. Second half-20th century. Silkscreen “Requiem for a Heavyweight” and replica “Two Rode Together”. Some stains. Matching frames. 36.25”h. 14.25”w. $100-$250

297 MARIO ANDRETTI AUTOGRAPH. Autographed collection of 1977 Indianapolis Motor Speedway memorabilia including a photo of the driver and open wheel Indiecar. 21”h. 13.5”w. $50-$75

298 TWO IMAGES OF RACE CARS SIGNED DICK TEAGUE. NASCAR images. AMX Turbo and one design sketch. Mounted on plaque. 21”h. 14.5”w. $100-$200

295 JOHN DEERE OPEN 6X4 GATOR WITH DUMP BED. American, ca. 1998. Six-wheel, Plexiglas windshield, two-seater with motorized dump bed, head lights, turn signals, and horn. $3,000-$5,000

299 THREE RACE CAR DRIVER AUTOGRAPHS. Printed portrait “Louis Meyer”, 11”h. 9”w. And two black and white photos. “Mack Hellings”, 18.5”h. 22.5”w., and “A.J. Foyt, Jr.”, 19”h. 21”w. $75-$125

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300 THREE AMERICAN MINIATURE DECOYS. Second half-20th century. Duck decoys with original paint. Impressed “BBD” for Back Bay Decoys. Varying wear. 6.5” to 8”l. $150-$300

301 FIVE AMERICAN DUCK DECOYS. Mid 20th century. Primitive decoys including a coot and merganser. Original paint. Imperfections. 12” to 14.5”l. $100-$200

302 FIVE AMERICAN DUCK DECOYS. Mid 20th century. Wooden working decoys. Imperfections. Average 13”l. $75-$150

303 FOUR AMERICAN DUCK DECOYS. Mid 20th century. Wooden working decoys, two with “Raymond Lead Co. weights. Imperfections. 13” to 16”l. $75-$125

304 FOUR AMERICAN DUCK DECOYS. Mid 20th century. Wooden working decoys. Imperfections. 13” to 17”l. $100-$150

305 AMERICAN FISHING EQUIPMENT. Mid 20th century. Wicker creel with leather straps, 10”h. 14”w., net labeled “E. Cumings”, 20”l., and a bamboo fly fishing rod. $100-$250




AMERICAN FISHING CREEL. Early 20th century. Woven splint with traces of original white paint. Leather strap. Tied string “hinges”. 8.5”h. 14”l. $100-$300

TWO AMERICAN BAMBOO FLY FISHING RODS. Early 20th century. Both in slotted wooden holders. Five piece with alligatored varnish. 42”l. case. And four piece with maker’s stamped holder (illegible). Some loss. 39”l. $200-$400

307 GROUP OF AMERICAN FISHING LURES. Twentieth century. Three steel and abalone. Together with a leather case of hand-tied fly fishing lures. Some damage. $300-$600

312 TWO BAMBOO FLY FISHING RODS. Twentieth century. Japanese fishing kit with pole in wooden case, 33.5”l., and a three-piece rod in a close fitting brass tube, 37”. $75-$125

308 AMERICAN FOLDING SPORTING SEAT. Early 20th century. Bamboo walking stick that folds out for use as a seat in the field. 35”l. as cane. $150-$250

309 AMERICAN FLY FISHING ROD BY CORTLAND. Late 20th century. Graphite GRF-1000 by Cortland with reel. 8’l. for 5/6 line. Fitted carrying bag. 29”l. $75-$125

310 FISHING ROD AND STAMPS. Twentieth century. Assorted stamps and first day issues. Together with a metal fishing pole in wood holder and canvas bag. $75-$125

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313 THREE AMERICAN FISHING RODS. Twentieth century. Two are bamboo with cork handles. Unmarked two piece with reel, and a “Spinnet” three piece. Together with two-piece rod with brass reel. $100-$300

314 GROUP OF AMERICAN FISHING RODS AND REELS. Twentieth century. All but one partial two-piece rod are bamboo. Assorted lengths of rod and three cork handles. Together with two brass reels. $100-$200


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315 THREE FISH PICTURES. American, late 19th-20th century. Two chromolithographs. Winchester fishing line advertising tin sign, 10”h. 15.5”w., and fish on a line. Framed, 24”h. 19”w. Together with a print of fish on cloth. Made into wood framed tray. 21” x 32”. $200-$400

316 TWO AMERICAN FISHING RODS. Mid 20th century. One piece. Bamboo fly fishing rod with cork handle with added “Tripart” reel, 77”l., and a rod with alligatored varnish and cord wrapped handle with sailor’s knots. Heavy brass reel. 68”l. $300-$600

317 GROUP OF ASSORTED SPORTING ITEMS. Twentieth century. Golf items including three leather club covers and St. Andrews club cover, wooden tees and pamphlets. Together with a reel, tin bait box, and fishing net frame (no net). 21.5”l. $75-$125

318 THREE FRAMED SPORTING PRINTS AND PORTFOLIO. Twentieth century. Early chromolithograph of dead game. 26”h. 15.5”w., setters “En Chasse”. Signed “Paul Wood”. 17.25”h. 21.25”w. And a golfer, 23.5”h. 19.5”w. Together with a limited edition print portfolio “Game Fishes of the United States by S.A. Kilbourne”. 13” x 19”. $100-$300


319 TWO AMERICAN FISHING CREELS. Mid 20th century. Woven splint with leather strap and fish head shaped latch (partial). 8.5”h. 12”l. And wicker with original green paint. Wear, missing strap. 10”h. 12”l. $150-$350

320 AMERICAN CHILD’S ADIRONDACK ROCKER. Second half-20th century. Twig construction with bentwood slat back. Old black stain. 10” seat. 27”h. $200-$400

321 AMERICAN ADIRONDACK FRAME. Second half-20th century. Birch bark and varnished twigs. 23.5” x 27.75”. $100-$200

322 PAIR OF AMERICAN OARS. Mid 20th century. Laminated wooden oars with sheet brass covered ends. No handles. 54”l. $100-$150



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SCOTTISH DIRK. Late 19th century. Three-part, leather covered, steel sheath with unmarked silver ferules engraved with thistles. Dagger, knife and two prong fork all with matching carved wood handles featuring silver tacks and faceted clear glass or stone pommels. The two blades are marked “Hodge, Aberdeen”. Imperfections. 16”l. overall. $300-$600

324 GOTHIC-STYLE SUIT OF ARMOR. American, late 20th century, sheet metal. Fully articulated with visored helm and leather gauntlets. Original black paint has wear. Wired to wooden armature. 70”h. not including wooden base. Suit includes hooded cloak, sheet metal shield with painted armorial stag and sharpened decorator sword. $600-$900

325 AMERICAN CIVIL WAR BAYONET. Mid 19th century. Brass handled bayonet. 27”l. $100-$300

326 ENGLISH SWORD. Second half-19th century. Presentation grade sword with engraved blade with iron guard. Blade marked for Simmons, Pall Mall, London. Metal scabbard. 40”l. $100-$300



GERMAN CAVALRY LANCE. Rolled steel with gutta percha or plasticized handle. “Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Co., Soligen. 6231” on the brass ferule. “Modelo Argentino 1895” on the blade. Four brass rings for a pendant. Split in handle. 126”l. $100-$200

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TWO AMERICAN CIVIL WAR SWORDS. Mid 19th century. Officer’s presentation swords with similar brass “US” guards and shagreen handles (wear). Both have engraved blades. One is worn. 37”l. with steel scabbard. The other is also marked “Tiffany & Co., New York. Warranted to cut wrought iron”. 38”l. with steel scabbard (missing tip). $400-$600

TWO PARKER DUOFOLD WRITING INSTRUMENTS. England, 21st century. Rollerball pen in black and pearl with gold trims and screw cap. A Duofold Mosaic mechanical pencil of solid hand-cast acrylic. In original boxes. $150-$250

329 AMERICAN FRATERNAL LODGE SWORD. Early 20th century. Ornately engraved blade with member’s name “Joseph W. Hershey” and “The McLilley & Co., Columbus, Ohio”. Knight’s head pommel. Metal scabbard and leather cover also marked “Joseph W. Hershey, Richmond, Ind.” 38”l. overall. $75-$150

330 AMERICAN BRASS WORLD WAR ONE ERA BUGLE. Marked for “Wurlitzer, Phila. Depot, Spec. 1152, 2-28-18”. Some dents, old polishing. 9.5”l. $100-$200

331 FIVE PARKER PENS. England, 21st century. Parker Duofold pearl and black rollerball pens with standard grip and gold plated trims. All with original boxes. $600-$900

333 FOUR WRITING INSTRUMENTS. Japan and Germany, 21st century. Platinum #3776 fountain pens in celluloid yellow and black with 14K nibs. Two limited edition Montblanc, Charles Dickens ball pens. $300-$500

334 SIX VARIOUS WRITING INSTRUMENTS. England, late-20th century to early 21st century. Three different Conway Stewart rollerball pens in resin with gold plated accents. A set of three Parker Duofold instruments including a pencil, ball, and rollerball with palladium plated trim in mosaic pattern. $300-$600

335 GROUP OF WRITING INSTRUMENTS. Early-21st century. Mechanical pencil and ball pen from Caran d’Ache of Switzerland in metwood finish and in original boxes. Graf von FaberCastell set of two ball pens and one mechanical pencil in black guilloche finish and in box. $250-$500






FOUR PIECE DELTA PEN AND PENCIL SET. Italy, early- 21st century. One mini pencil, one mini roller ball, one medium roller ball, and one medium pencil from the Dolcevita collection in terra cotta orange and black resins featuring sterling silver central ring engraved in ancient Pompeian motif. $400-$600

THREE MONTBLANC PENS. Germany, 21st century. Two fineliner and one ballpoint crafted of a black mat chromium plated barrel, black mat resin cap, stainless steel tips, and chromium-plated clip and ring with engraved logo. In original boxes. $100-$200

FIVE MONTBLANC MEISTERSTRUCK WRITING INSTRUMENTS. Germany, late-20th century. Five instruments in black resin with gold coated details, and surmounted by the white star emblem. Includes a Hommage W. A. Mozart (small) mechanical pencil and ballpoint, LeGrand mechanical pencil and ballpoint, and LeGrand fountain pen with 14K gold nib with rhodium-coated inlay. $700-$900

GROUP OF ASSORTED MONTBLANC WRITING INSTRUMENTS. Germany, late-20th to early21st century. Four pens from the writers edition, including Fredrich Schiller, Edgar Allen Poe, Voltaire, and Dostoevsky. Four other instruments including two mechanical pencils, one rollerball, one ball pen. $300-$500

AMERICAN STATUE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Late 20th century, resin. Life size copy of Gary Casteel's Kentucky Memorial statue at the Vicksburg Natl. Military Park. 80"h. 30"d. overall. $400-$800

337 TWO BOXED SETS OF PARKER DUOFOLD WRITING INSTRUMENTS. England, 21st century. Wooden box with four instruments consisting of two pencils and two ballpoint pens in a pearl and black resin with gold plated trims. Second wooden box with set of three pens consisting of a ball point, rollerball, and fountain pen with an 18K nib in pearl and black resin with gold plated trims. $600-$900

338 TWO LIMITED EDITION DELTA PENS. Italy, 21st century. One pen from the Animals series has a black resin body with a polar bear in high-relief sterling silver overlay atop the arctic white resin cap. The clip is a feather design. In original box . 5”l. Second is from the Federico Fellini collection crafted in black and pearled ivory resin, hand turned from solid bars with sterling silver trims and clip. In original box. 5.5”l. $400-$600

340 TWO BOHEME BLEU MONTBLANC PENS. Germany, 21st century. Two ballpoint pens of black resin and synthetic sapphire-colored gemstone in the clip. In original boxes. 5”l. $200-$400

344 GROUP OF PENS. Italy, 21st century. Various group of Omas pens with gold plated trims. $75-$150

341 FIVE VARIOUS MONTBLANC PENS. Germany, late-20th century to early-21st century. Three ballpoint pens from the limited authors signature series, including Agatha Christie (1993) with sterling silver snake clip including ruby eyes, F. Scott Fitzgerald (2002) with mother of pearl resin body and sterling silver mountings, and William Faulkner (2007) with black-brown shimmering resin, platinum-plated barrel with subtle ring structure. From 1999, the Marcel Proust limited edition ballpoint of engraved sterling silver, eightsided barrel. From 2003, the Herbert von Karajan limited edition ballpoint pen of black resin with ivory-coloured ring of keyboard and clip with inlay in the shape of conductor’s baton. $700-$900




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FOUR HUNT SCENES SIGNED “G. DAY” (20TH CENTURY). American or European, oil on canvas, signed lower right. Fox hunting with riders and hounds. Title plaques on frames. “Forrard - Away”, “Gone - Away”, “Full Cry” and “The Kill”. Closson Galleries, Cincinnati, labels on backing paper. 15”h. 20”w., matching frames, 21”h. 28”w. $400-$800

TWO ENGLISH RACING PRINTS. Second half-19th century, aquatints on paper. “Sir Bevys” published by L. Brall & Sons. And “Donovan” published by George Rees. Matching frames. 34”h. 39”w. $200-$400

FOUR AMERICAN MEN’S HATS. Late 20th century. Leather, two cowboy hats by different makers and a fedora by Stetson. $75-$150

348 AMERICAN HORSE RACING GAME. Early 20th century. Table-top game with mechanically dovetailed wooden base topped with felt. Crank moves nine white metal horses with old paint through columns. Some wear. 11”h. 20” x 20”. $300-$600

349 BRONZE OF JOCKEY (AMERICAN SCHOOL, LATE 20TH CENTURY). Unsigned. Standing jockey with applied dark surface. 33”h. $100-$300


350 STEEPLECHASE RIDER (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND HALF-20TH CENTURY). Bronze, signed “Bobill” (?) on base. Horse and rider going over jump. Applied surfaces. On green marble base. 16.5”h. 17”l. $250-$500


353 AMERICAN UMBRELLA HOLDER AND HORSE HEAD. Second half-20th century. Ceramic umbrella holder in the form of riding boots, 21.5”h., and a plaster cast of a classical horse head. Old brown paint, repair. 23”h. $100-$350

354 AMERICAN RIDING CROP AND SPORT CANE. First half-20th century. Bamboo shaft, antler handle. 26”l. Together with an aluminium “Nadco Sport Cane” with folding leather seat. 27”l. $25-$75

355 AMERICAN POLO MALLET. Mid 20th century. Wooden mallet with paper label “Ambercrombie & Fitch, New York”. Wear from use. 51”l. $75-$150

351 ENGLISH BOWLER HAT. Twentieth century. Labeled “Pitkin The Hatter, Tailor Made Hats”. 4.5”h. $100-$200 348 40 | GARTH’S A Gentleman’s Auction: November 11, 2016







THREE AMERICAN RACING ITEMS. Second half-20th century. Jockey’s racing silks (jacket) “HM” and helmet. Together with a silk banner distributed by “Four Roses Distillers” with the Kentucky Derby winners from 1875 to 1974. 33”h. 23”w. $150-$300

AMERICAN CUTOUT OF A RACE HORSE. Late 20th century. Folksy wooden silhouette of a jockey and horse with original paint. Most likely from a carnival. Some edge damage. 47”h. 52”l. $200-$400

TWO TWIN REFLEX CAMERAS. Japan, 20th century. Both have waist view finders and hot shoes. Mamiya C33. And Yashica-D. No prism. $100-$250

THREE AMERICAN CAMERAS. Twentieth century. Argus with range finder and two folding cameras with adjustable view finders. Kodak Jr. and Planex. $50-$100

360 357 AMERICAN PAINTED FLOOR SCREEN. Second half-20th century. Six wooden panels with original hand painted fox hunt scene. Sponged border and ivory painted back. Some edge wear and flaking. Each panel is 72”h. 18”w. (108”w. overall). $200-$400

358 AMERICAN RACEHORSE WALL PLAQUE. Late 20th century, pine. Half-relief carving of a jockey on horse. Natural finish. 64”h. 72”l. $250-$450

AMERICAN CARVED HORSE HEAD. Second half-20th century. Stylized horse head carved from a log. Initialed “SB”. Red stain. 42”h. $100-$300

361 AMERICAN CAST IRON HORSE HEAD. Twentieth century. Decorative horse head store front figure or shop sign. 30”h. $300-$400



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364 THREE PRINTS OF RACE HORSES. Late 20th century. Two reproductions after paintings of English horses in stalls. 28.5”h. 32.5”w., and a print of Seattle Slew after Richard Stone Reeves. Pencil signed with remarque. 32”h. 35.5”w. $150-$350

365 FOUR RACING RELATED PRINTS. Twentieth century. “Buckpasser” and “Ribot” after Richard Stone Reeves. Signed in pencil. 24.5”h. 26”w. And “Man O’War and his Get”. 19.5”h. 28.5”w. Together with Churchill Downs after a painting by Maurier. 22.5”h. 32”w. Frame sizes. $75-$150


366 AMERICAN RACING THEMED DESK SET AND TROPHY. Second half-20th century. Bronzes on onyx bases. Racehorse with two inkwells. 11”h. 18”w., and a jockey with horse trophy “William Hill Futurity Doncaster, 1980”. Illegible artist signature. 8.5”h. $250-$450

367 AMERICAN STORE DISPLAY OF MAN. Second half-20th century, papier mache. Dapper country squire with tails and top hat. Distressed original paint. Damage. 62”h. $300-$600

368 AMERICAN GAME TABLE. Late 19th-early 20th century, mahogany. Round table with “U” shaped supports on legs with brass paw feet. Table has two surfaces, wood and green felt, and swivels on the supports. Dark surface, some wear. 29”h. 36”d. $300-$600



369 WOUNDED BUNKIE AFTER FREDERIC REMINGTON (AMERICAN, 1861-1909). Cast bronze, signed on the base. Black stone base. 21”h. 27”l. $500-$800

370 THE RATTLESNAKE AFTER FREDERIC REMINGTON (AMERICAN, 1861-1909). Cast bronze, signed on the base. Green marble base. 24”h. $600-$900

371 TWO AMERICAN GLASS DECANTERS. Late 20th century. Thick base. Reground rim with flake. 10.34”h. And one with frosted cutting, 10”h. $75-$125




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TWO CHAMPAGNE DISPLAY BOTTLES. Second half-20th century. Oversize glass bottles with paper labels. “Perrier Jouet”, 24”h. and “C.H. Mumm & Co.”, 28.5”h. $200-$300




373 AMERICAN INDIAN BRONZE BY GERSON FRANK (AMERICAN, LATE 20TH CENTURY). Signed, dated and numbered “1978, 10/30”. Bust of man with mohawk. Green marble base. 17.5”h. overall. $750-$1,250

374 TWO AMERICAN INDIAN BRONZES BY GERSON FRANK (AMERICAN, LATE 20TH CENTURY). Signed, dated and numbered “1978 and 1980, 10/30”. Busts of men with feather buffalo headdresses. Green marble base. 14.5”, 16”h. overall. $1,000-$2,000


375 TWO AMERICAN INDIAN BRONZES BY GERSON FRANK (AMERICAN, LATE 20TH CENTURY). Signed, dated and numbered “1978 and 1979, 10/30”. Busts of men, one with a buffalo headdress. Green marble base. 14.5”, 15”h. overall. $1,000-$2,000

376 PORTRAIT OF AN AMERICAN INDIAN CHIEF SIGNED “B. GALLO” (AMERICAN, 2ND HALF-20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Colorful rendition of a Plains warrior in full regalia. Some crazing. 36”h. 24”w., framed, 45.5”h. 33.5”w. $250-$450

377 HORSE BRONZE IN THE MANNER OF PIERRE JULES MENE. Signed on the base. Wild horse on rocks. 24”h. 18”w. $300-$600




TWO PRINTS OF AMERICAN INDIANS DONALD VANN (OKLAHOMA, 20TH CENTURY). Color lithographs on paper, signed in pencil and numbered. Both feature buffalo and burial grounds. End of an Era, 15/150. 28.5”h. 37”w., and Silent Passage, 79/100, 32”h. 39.5”w. Matching frames. Printer’s information included. $150-$350


380 ANTLER MOUNT AND BOWIE KNIFE. Late 20th century. Deer antlers with skull cap, 19”w. And a Bill Bagwell bowie knife by Ontario Knife Company with leather sheath. Signed with plaque “The Gambler”. 15.5”l. overall. $100-$250 www.GARTHS.com | 43




TWO STERLING GOLF TROPHY CUPS. Both engraved and marked “Sterling”. W.C. Bryant trophy, Hot Springs, Virginia, 1911. 5.25”h., and Cincinnati Golf Club, 1913. 7.25”h. $75-$125

FIVE VINTAGE GOLF CLUBS AND BAG. First half-20th century. Three drivers and two irons all with wood shafts excluding one driver and all with leather grips. Vintage bag of canvas with leather trim and handles, plus golf balls. 36”l to 42”l. $125-$250



AMERICAN VINTAGE GOLF BAG AND CLUBS. Early 20th century. Canvas with leather trim. 34”l. And ten assorted wood and metal shaft clubs. Imperfections. $75-$125

FIVE AMERICAN GOLF RELATED ITEMS. Second half-20th century. Photo of Tom Morris, 10.5”h. 8.5”w., and two colored pencil golfer cartoons signed “John Suvak”. 11.75”h. 9.75”w. Together with a ceramic figural whiskey bottle/music box, 12.5”h., and an electric clock. 8.5”h. $75-$125

383 ENGLISH “CLOCK GOLF” GAME. Late 19th century. Wooden box with maker’s label “F. Hayres Ltd. Manufacturers, London”. Twelve cast iron Roman numerals and paper instruction booklet. Box, 7.75”h. 15.5”l. $100-$300 383

384 SIX VINTAGE GOLF CLUBS. First half-20th century. Grouping of golf clubs with wood shafts and leather grips including drivers and irons. Drivers include MacGregor and Bulger and irons include MacGregor, Spalding, Hadley Green. 37”l to 43”l. $250-$350

389 ENGLISH BOCCE BALL SET. Early 20th century. Eight lignum vitae balls with inset dots, each impressed “A.G. Spalding & Bros. Made in Gr. Britain”. 4”d. Together with two wooden target balls with original paint. Wooden crate marked “Wright & Ditson, Boston, Mass.” 6”h. 16” x 16”. Wear from use. $400-$800

390 ROTHSCHILD BOOK AND POSTER. Hardcover book, 1962. And an exhibition poster for Rothchild labels. 35”h. 20”w. $25-$50

385 SEVEN VINTAGE GOLF CLUBS. First half-20th century. Group of irons with wood shafts and leather grips. Including AJ Spalding, Majestic, Hagen, and Kroydon. Including group of vintage golf balls. 33.5”l to 38”l. $100-$200

391 AMERICAN LACROSSE STICK. First half-20th century. Wooden stick with rawhide lacing. Some wear. 47.5”l. $100-$300


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NINE VINTAGE CHILDRENS GOLF CLUBS. First half-20th century. Varying group of wood shaft irons and drivers, including Burke, Thistle, and a brass head putter with a canvas and leather trimmed golf bag. Included vintage practice balls. 26”l to 33”l. $150-$250 389

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AMERICAN BIPLANE WING FRAGMENT. Ca. 1941, painted cloth. Star on yellow ground cut from a Navy biplane wing after it crashed during a training run over the King Ranch in Texas. The plane was based at the Corpus Christi US Navy flight training center. 33”h. 30”w. with attached plaque in acrylic case. 37.5” x 37.5”. $400-$800

THREE PAINTINGS OF WORLD WAR I PLANES BY JAMES WATSON (MARYLAND, LATE 20TH CENTURY). Oil on panel board, signed and dated 1991. Naive images of two biplanes “Sopwith Pup”, 17”h. 27”w., and “Tractor Scout”, 22”h. 28”w. Together with a “Morane-Saulnier”, 20”h. 27”w. $300-$500 395



TWO LIMITED EDITION SILVER PLATE PRINTS OF WW II BOMBERS. Both artist signed and numbered 834/1000 in pencil. Color prints of the two planes that carried atomic bombs to Japan. Each has the penciled signatures of the planes’ flight crews. Dawn, the World Changed Forever after William Phelps. The Enola Gay signed by Paul Tibbets, Tom Ferebee, Dutch Van Kirk, George Caron, and Richard Nelson. And Lonely Flight to Destiny after Craig Kodera. Bock’s Car signed by Charles Albury, Fred J. Olivi, James Van Pelt, John D. Kuharek, and Ray Gallagher. Matching frames, 22.5”h. 29”w. $300-$600

AMERICAN ANDY GUMP VALET FIGURE. Second quarter-20th century. Cutout wooden silhouette with original paint. Marked on the bottom “Andy Gump Novelty Co., Minneapolis, Minn.”. Minor wear. 37”h. $100-$200

394 AVIATOR CAPS AND A BRASS COMPASS. Twentieth century. Two cloth and four leather American caps with varying marks including “Army Air Forces”. Varying wear. Two goggles and a replica brass compass marked “Brinton Compass CSN Thos. J. Evans Esq. London, MKI 1862”. Loose pieces. 3”d. $100-$300

397 THREE VINTAGE WOODEN TENNIS RACKETS. Mid 20th century. Wooden frames, two have natural strings. Labeled “Wright-Ditson” and “Horsman”. One with synthetic strings marked “Bentley”. All in wooden presses. Natural stringing has breaks. $100-$300

398 THREE TENNIS RACKETS. Twentieth century. Wooden frames with natural stringing. All are labeled “Washington Park”, “The Slocum” and “Saxon”. Broken strings. Average 27”l. $100-$300

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AMERICAN OIL TANK TRUCK MODEL. Late 20th century. Custom-built Richfield oil tanker by Smith Miller Miniatures. Custom acrylic case with presentation items. 12”h. 42”l. $150-$250

AMERICAN LIMITED EDITION TRAIN CAR. Early 21st century. Metal “O” scale Pennsylvania Railroad N5/N5b Cabin Car. Made by Kohs & Company, number 52/250. 8.5”l. With original box. $75-$150

TWO TONKA TRUCK TOYS. American, 2nd half-20th century. Metal trucks with original paint and decals. Power shovel and dragline clam, both 17”l. $75-$150



TWO AMERICAN SEMI TRAILER TRUCK MODELS. Late 20th century. Peterbilt log carrier. Some loose pieces. Acrylic case, 6.75”h. 25”l. And a Prutt truck with label “Movin’ On, TV series, 1976”. Acrylic case, 8”h. 35”l. $100-$200

TWO TONKA TRUCK TOYS. American, 2nd half-20th century. Metal trucks with original paint and decals. Dragline clam, 18”l. and front end loader, 22”l. $75-$150

400 AMERICAN SPRINT CAR HAULER MODEL. Late 20th century. “Mobil Gas” hauler with matching sprint car. In custom acrylic case with granite base. Labeled “One of Eight Manufactured by Don Newell Designs.” Some loose pieces. 15”h. 30”w. overall. $150-$250

401 AMERICAN “COR-COR” TOY TRAIN. Second quarter-20th century, tin. Labeled for the Corcoran Mfg. Company, Washington, Indiana, on the “Pullman” car and rubber wheels. Engine, 19”l., tender, Pullman, 25”l. and freight car, 17”l. Varying wear, mostly to the engine and tender. $200-$400

404 AMERICAN STEAM ENGINE MODEL. Late 19th-early 20th century. Metal model with painted flywheel. Wood base. Some wear. 11.75”h. $75-$150

410 TWO MINIATURE TOOL CHESTS. Late 20th century. Scale metal models for “Snap-on”, 6”h. 9.25”w. and “The Busted Knuckle Garage”, 5.5”h. 9.5”w. $100-$200

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CAST IRON JOHN DEERE TOY TRACTOR. Late 20th century. Movable axles, rubber wheels. 15”h. 16”l. $50-$75

406 CAST IRON JOHN DEERE TOY TRACTOR. Late 20th century. Fixed iron wheels, original paint. 7”h.12”l. $25-$50 400

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407 TWO TONKA TRUCK TOYS. American, 2nd half-20th century. Metal trucks with original paint and decals. Off road dump truck. 18”l. and dragline clam, 18”l. $50-$125

AMERICAN ADVERTISING ILLUSTRATION. Late 19th century, pen and ink, Signed by “Manns & Co., Cin. O”. Original artwork for saddlery advertising with horse in harness. “W.S. Trigg Saddlery Co….Paris, Tx”. Working copy with imperfections. Framed, 16”h. 20”w. $150-$200

411A ENGLISH BRASS SHIP’S LANTERN. Mid 19th century. Oil lantern with three lenses. Labeled “Clark Bros. London, Bristol”. Verdigris surface. Missing font. 20”h. $150-$350

412 LIGHT DELIVERY WAGON “LITTLE JIMMIE’S TRAVELING TOY SHOW” AND A LIFE-SIZE FIBERGLASS HORSE. American. Wagon ca. 1890. Beautifully restored with stenciled decoration, wooden and iron frame, oak interior with interior shelving, oak spoked wheels, and a 20th century fiberglass horse on rolling base with harness and weather jacket. $1,200-$1,800

413 OUT FOR A RIDE BY HENRY SAUL (UNITED KINGDOM, LATE 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Man in a pony cart. 18"h. 24"w., framed, 22"h. 29"w. $300-$600 412





COLUMBUS CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING COMPANY DOCTOR’S BUGGY. Columbus, Ohio, 4th quarter-19th century. Beautifully restored in the 1990s. Single horse, canopy top, and wooden spoke wheels. $1,500-$2,500

EBERHARDT & OBER BREWING COMPANY PRINT. American, ca.1900, chromolithograph on paper. Bird’s-eye view of the brewery in Allegheny, Pennsylvania. Late frame, 34.5”h. 49.5”w. overall. The brewery was in production from 17881907. $500-$900

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SIGNED OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL HELMET. Display helmet signed by John Cooper and several players of the 1997 Rose Bowl Championship team. 9.5”h. $600-$1,200

GROUP OF AMERICAN BASEBALLS, FOOTBALL, PUCK. Twentieth century. Leather “Wilson” football with stamped “Y.A. Tittle” signature, hockey puck, and six assorted leather, composition, and cloth balls. Wear from use. $75-$150



417 AMERICAN LEATHER FOOTBALL HELMET. First quarter-20th century. Blue and yellow helmet with interior felt padding and webbing. Outside is marked “Hutch, H-10, Made in USA.”. Wear from use. 8”h. $300-$500

421 AMERICAN VINTAGE BASKETBALL. Mid 20th century. Seamed ball with laces. “Sonnett Craft Built, Champion, Official weight size”. Wear at seams. 9”d. $75-$125


422 418 TWO AMERICAN SPORTS PENNANTS. First half-20th century, felt. Stitched “Harvard” and applied “Navy” with goat. Some wear and loss to Navy. 27”l. $100-$200

419 AMERICAN BASEBALL BAT, HOCKEY AND FIELD HOCKEY STICKS. Twentieth century. Field hockey stick has partial branded label “__ridge, Imperial Drive” and other has paper label “Hockey Sticks...”. Bat unmarked but has traces of blue paint. Wear from use, some edge damage. $150-$300

FOUR CARTOON CHARACTER PAINTINGS BY JAMES WATSON (MARYLAND, LATE 20TH CENTURY). Oil on panel board, signed and dated 1993. Titled on the back with artist’s stamp. Minnie and Mickey Mouse. 16”h. 15.5”w., 18” x 18”, and two of Garfield. 15”h. 18.5”w., 16.25”h. 20”w. $200-$400

425 AMERICAN SKIS AND RACK. Early 20th century. Wooden rack with original red paint and stenciled label “From the Faeth Iron Co. Guaranteed ___” (Kansas City, Missouri). Wear. 49”h. 25”w. And two pair of wooden skis. One with leather bindings and later pair with springs. 68.5”, 72.5”l. $200-$300

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PAIR OF AMERICAN SNOWSHOES. Late 19th-early 20th century. Wooden frames with rawhide lacing and leather ties. Remnants of red wool tufts. One set of ties missing. 42.5”l. $75-$150

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AMERICAN WOODEN SLED. Early 20th century. Metal edged wooden runners. Refinished. 62”l. 14”w. $75-$125



FOUR LEATHER BELTS. Spain and America, 21st century. Three Mezlan handmade leather belts, black and two brown with satin nickel trim. Size 40,40,42. One Allen Edmonds brown leather belt with silver-tone buckle. Sized 44. $100-$150






PAIR OF MEN’S LEATHER RIDING BOOTS. Mid 20th century. Faint partial label on soles. Wooden stretchers marked “E.U. Kuhn Maker, Junction City, Kans.” One has loose stitching at top. 19.75”h. $250-$450

AMERICAN LEATHER ATTACHE AND SUITCASE. Early 20th century. Suitcase with brass lock and name tag. 13”h. 24”w. 6.5”d. And an expandable attaché case with leather strap and two locks. 14”h. 22”w. 3.5”d. Wear from use. $200-$400

429 TWO PAIR OF LEATHER AMERICAN BOXING GLOVES Early 20th century. Small size in leather and canvas marked “Goldsmith Guaranteed Athletic Goods, Cincinnati, Ohio USA”, 7”l. And earlier larger size. 8.5”l. Wear from use. $100-$250

433 THREE HERMES TIES. France, late 20th century. One green silk tie with tan and yellow geometric pattern, green silk with a cream square pattern, and a royal blue silk with abstract green pattern. $150-$250


430 AMERICAN LEATHER “HARLEY DAVIDSON” JACKET. Late 20th century. Black leather zipper jacket with “Harley Davidson Motorcycles” emblem sewn on back. Some wear from use. 23”l. $200-$400

434 TWO HERMES TIES. France, late 20th century. One green silk tie with blue geometric pattern and a navy silk tie with a stirrup pattern in tan and purple. $150-$250

435 431 AMERICAN LEATHER JACKET. Last quarter 20th century. Man’s fringed jacket labeled “Rancher, Authentic Western Styling by Schott Bros”. Size 40. $250-$450

TWO PAIR OF CUFFLINKS. American, 21st century. One pair round, silver plated with swirl pattern. Another round pair with medallion-style pattern in silver plate. In original boxes. $50-$75


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Ullage (Level of Wine) & Overall Condition Ullage refers to the air space in a wine bottle, and consequently, the fill level. Ullage is important as air space can be harmful to a wine and cause oxidation over time. When noting the condition and preservation of a wine, we are assessing the ullage and may refer to it as the fill level, the amount of wine in a bottle, gauged by its level or height within the bottle. Common visual indicators are used to reference the fill level - primarily the neck and slope (shoulder). Shoulder is the area where the bottle slopes outward, just below the narrow, straight neck. Fill level is a gauge of a wine’s condition and can be an indicator of proper storage (or provenance) over time.

Bordeaux (also Cabernet) bottles, due to the shape, permit a clear, shoulder level rating system. N - Into Neck BN - Bottom Neck VTS - Very Top Shoulder TS - Top Shoulder HS - High Shoulder MS - Mid Shoulder LS - Low Shoulder S - Shoulder Neck: Normal level. In wines 10 years and older, suggests excellent provenance. Bottom Neck: Common fill level. Many Châteaux release their wine filled to this point. Suggests excellent provenance for wines of any age. Very Top Shoulder: Also a common fill level. Many Châteaux release their wine filled to this point. Suggests excellent provenance for wines of any age. Top Shoulder: Acceptable fill level for wines 10 or more years of age. Suggests proper storage condition (provenance) throughout its life. Natural occurrence for wines of this age. High Shoulder: Usually not a problem for wines in excess of 20 years of age. This level may be caused by easing of the cork combined with natural evaporation. Clarity and the color of the wine in the bottle should be evaluated. Mid Shoulder: Refer to Top Shoulder and High Shoulder level descriptions.

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Low Shoulder: May suggest ullage during the life of the wine due to either easing of the cork or inconsistent storage conditions. Not abnormal for wines 30 or more years of age. As additional indicators of risk, definitely inspect clarity and color of the wine, as well as condition of the cork. Shoulder and Below: Might suggest poor provenance. Definitely a risk and often not saleable, with exception given to rare bottlings and/or labels. Not normally recommended for consumption. Burgundy bottles, due to their shape (lack of defined shoulder), do not allow for a shoulder level rating system. Levels are described by cm below the cork. Generally, Burgundy wines with 2 to 3 cm fill level or above are considered normal for wines younger than 10 years. Wines of 15 or more years of age with fill levels of less than 7.5 cm are generally considered to be of sound, though attention should be given to the clarity and color of the wine, as well as the condition of the cork. Burgundy bottles with fill levels lower than 7.5 cm may be at risk of being damaged or undrinkable, and therefore could be unsellable. Cork condition and label condition are also available for wines. Bidders with specific condition questions should contact our office, 740362-4771, or email inquiry to condition@garths.com.


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OTHER INFORMATION FOR OUR CUSTOMERS CATALOG SUBSCRIPTIONS: $165.00 per year. All catalogues. (Includes complimentary subscription to Garth’s Eclectic Auction Brochures, $15.00 value). We are now accepting VISA® and MasterCard® for subscriptions and catalogue orders. Call 740.362.4771 or email info@garths.com.

CONSIGNMENTS: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. will assist you by selling one item, a collection or an entire estate. For consignment inquiries and appointments call one of our representatives: Jeff Jeffers, Amelia Jeffers, Steve Bemiller, and Jeffrey Spear. Garth’s Auctions, Inc. is also licensed to sell real estate.

TRUSTS AND ESTATES: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. often works with bankers, trust officers, lawyers and others with the responsibility for dispersing estates. We will work with you and your representative to discuss your estate planning needs.

APPRAISALS: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. provides appraisal services for insurance, estate tax, family division and other purposes.


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* At time of publication, discount will be given to Garth’s clients. Please inquire at time of reservation to confirm. Family pets are currently welcome. Please confirm this policy when making reservation. Fees may apply.

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Bravo Brio Tuscan Grill Columbus Fish Market J Gilberts O’Charley’s Polaris Grill Molly Woo's Asian Bistro

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DIRECTIONS TO GARTH’S AUCTIONS, INC. Gallery: The Barn at Stratford, 2690 Stratford Road, P.O. Box 369, Delaware, Ohio 43015 Phone: 740-362-4771 • Fax: 740-363-0164 Website: www.garths.com • E-Mail: info@garths.com Garth’s is located north of Columbus, Ohio approximately thirty minutes from the Columbus International Airport. FROM THE CINCINNATI AREA: Take I-71 North to Columbus. Then take Rt. 315N to 270E to 23N. Follow 23 North to Delaware. We are approximately 10 miles North on Route 23. You will pass a golf club on your right and the Methodist Theological Seminary. At the traffic light turn right (Meeker Way). Follow and turn right on to Stratford Road. The Barn at Stratford is immediately to your right. FROM THE CLEVELAND AREA: Take I-71 South to Route 36/37 (Delaware/Sunbury exit 131). Take this route into Delaware, and turn left on Route 23 South. Turn left onto Meeker Way (at the sixth traffic light). Follow and turn right on to Stratford Road. The Barn at Stratford is immediately to your right. FROM COLUMBUS AIRPORT: Take I-670 East to I-270 North (or West) to Cleveland. The first exit past I71 s Route 23 North—Delaware. We are approximately 10 miles North on Route 23. You will pass a Dornoch golf club and the Methodist Theological Seminary on your right. At the traffic light turn right (Meeker Way). Follow and turn right on to Stratford Road. The Barn at Stratford is immediately to your right.

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FROM THE DAYTON AREA: Take I-75 North to I-70 East to Columbus. Take I-270 around Columbus to the Delaware/Worthington exit (Route 23 North). Take 23 North to Delaware. We are approximately 10 miles North on Route 23. You will pass Dornoch golf club and the Methodist Theological Seminary on your right. At the traffic light turn right (Meeker Way). Follow and turn right on to Stratford Road. The Barn at Stratford is immediately to your right. FROM INDIANAPOLIS: Take I-70 East to Columbus. Take I-270 around Columbus to the Delaware/Worthington exit (Route 23 North). Take 23 North to Delaware. We are approximately 10 miles North on Route 23. You will pass Dornoch golf club and the Methodist Theological Seminary on your right. At the traffic light turn right (Meeker Way). Follow and turn right on to Stratford Road. The Barn at Stratford is immediately to your right. FROM PITTSBURGH: Take I-79 South to I-70 West to Columbus. Take I-270 to I-71 North to the Polaris Exit (Route 750). Turn left and follow 750 to Route 23 North (turn right). You will pass Dornoch golf club and the Methodist Theological Seminary on your right. At the traffic light turn right (Meeker Way). Follow and turn right on to Stratford Road. The Barn at Stratford is to your right. www.GARTHS.com | 55

The 56Th AnnuAl

ThAnksGivinG AucTion november 25, 2016 • 10 Am Fine Art including oil by Pierre Auguste Renoir early American Furniture • decorative Arts Garth’s, The Barn at stratford, delaware, ohio

Fine & vinTAGe JeWelRy december 1, 2016 • 6 Pm

eclecTic AucTion

december 2, 2016 • 9 Am Garth’s, eclectic Gallery, delaware, ohio

WinTeR GAlleRy AucTion december 10, 2016 • 10 Am American, european, Asian • Fine Furniture • decorative Arts selkirk, cWe Gallery, st. louis, missouri

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