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The Mayflower Society Collection

SELECT DEACCESSION AUCTION November 8, 2014 Reverand John Cotton (1585-1652)

Edward Winslow House

North Street, Plymouth, Massachusetts ~ Circa 1890

Auction Information Saturday, November 8, 2014 1:00 PM Plymouth Memorial Hall 83 Court Street, Plymouth, MA Preview Hours: November 7th, Noon - 5:00 PM November 8th, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Gallery Reception by Invitation Only November 7th, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM LIVE INTERNET BIDDING / To Arrange Telephone / Absentee Bids Call 508-746-8608 WWW.JJAMESAUCTIONS.COM

Auctioneer: Josh Rioux MA Lic. # AU 3068

Lea Sinclair Filson, Governor General

Welcome to the Mayflower Society House Auction On behalf of the General Society of Mayflower Descendants (GSMD), I thank those of you who have taken an interest in collecting items from our beautiful historic house. The Mayflower Society House was built in 1754 by a descendant of Mayflower passenger Edward Winslow, and purchased in 1941 by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants. In 1950, Governor General Walter Merriam Pratt asked members and anyone interested in preserving the house to contribute 18th century items of furniture, wearing apparel, books, or other items of the period. Through donations of members, estates, friends of the Society, and through purchases, the entire house was furnished in a style indicative of an 18th century house. In 1951, an endowment was established for the upkeep of the house and through the years, members have continued to graciously give through donations and bequests, bringing the endowment to a level where the maintenance of the house can continue. The sale of some of the interior furnishings, on display through the years, will aid the Society in developing and implementing plans for preserving the historic house. Future plans will make the Mayflower Society House more accessible and functional for both Society members and the Plymouth community. The General Society of Mayflower Descendants undertakes the maintenance and repair of the house with pride and invites all who become owners of some of its historic contents to visit and tour the house. The words of former Governor General Walter Merriam Pratt in 1950 still resonate today. “...It is a house of great beauty and dignity, with history and atmosphere, perfectly located on North Street, one of five streets laid out by the Pilgrims, overlooking Plymouth Rock and Cole’s Hill...” It will continue to be open for tours between May and October. A virtual tour of the house can be seen at GSMD’s website: www.TheMayflowerSociety. org. We hope you will treasure your purchase from our magnificent collection and appreciate the dignified beauty and historic significance each item carries.

1. American Coin Silver Spoon, Dated 1685 Early trifid form spoon, with rat tail and rounded bowl. Reverse is engraved with pounced monogram “T.I.H” , and dated “1685”. Hallmark “IB” on handle. Likely Boston. (7.3” L x 1.85” W) 1.81 Ozt $600-$1200

2. American Coin Silver Spoon, Dated 1764 Old English style with pounced monogram “S.H.A” and 1764 Date. 1.58 Ozt. 1.

PROVENANCE: 1/29/99 Dated, handwritten note reads: “Spoon belonged to Stephen and Abigail Hathaway, married Aug. 9, 1764. Given in memory of my mother’s great-great grandparents, Sylvia (Hathaway) and Gideon Nye of Acushnet, MA, her cousin, Sylvia Hathaway Knowles, and her father, Thomas Abbe - gift by Anna Nye Abbe Yeager.” $300-$600 3. Silver Ladle Coin Inset, 1758 Shilling * 18th Century. Baleen handle with twist and silver end cap, stem and bowl, having 1758 dated George II silver shilling coin. Bowl with repousse foliate decoration and chased highlights, traces of gold wash. (13” L x 2.35” W). 1.62 Ozt. $200-$400




4. Portraits, George & Martha Washington Pair of 19th century reverse painted glass portraits of George and Martha Washington by William Matthew Prior (American, 1806-1873) in their original wooden frames. Circa 1850. (27.5” H x 23.5” W) $400-$800 5. Bronze Figure of Massasoit Cyrus Edwin Dallin (American, 1861-1944) A diminutive version of the landmark statue on Cole’s Hill in Plymouth, Massachusetts, erected for the Pilgrim Tercentenary in 1920. These smaller statues were given as fundraising items for the project. Sculpture is rendered in bronze, Signed “Dallin” on base. (11” H x 2.75” W x 4” D) $3000-$6000

6. Silk Embroidered Memorial, Dated 1812 Large mourning piece with highly detailed stitched and painted design elements. Foreground depicts three figures clad in mourning clothing surrounding an urn mounted on plinth with printed inset verse, which reads: “ IN MEMORY OF DANIEL KUHN who died Oct. 23d. 1810. AEt. 7 years, Enough to nature and to grief is paid, Indulge no more these unavailing tears; Not all your conforts in the grave are laid, thro’ grief’s dark shade a lucid ray appears. Cleans’d in the Saviors blood from every stain, Think with what transport you will meet above; Forever free from sin, and grief, and pain, the dear departed object of your love.” Background having landscape with trees, foliage and distant mountains. Later molded frame, with reverse painted gold embellished glass, identifying the piece as “Wrought by Sarah Kuhn 1812.” (32.25” H x 38.25” W) $5000-$10000


7. Pair of Coffin Stands, 18th C. Matching pair of turned stools with thumb molded top and base stretchers. Constructed of oak. (19” H x 14” W x 10” D) $100-$200 8. Georgian Sterling Silver Coffee Pot, 1793 * Adam style with hand chased embellishment. Hallmarks at base and lid indicate that it was produced by Henry Chawner, London, 1793. Constructed of .925 Silver with wooden handle. (12” H x 11” W) $500-$1000


9. Pair of 19th C. Hitchcock Side Chairs Matching pair of Hitchcock style side chairs. Original black painted surfaces with gold highlights and stenciled decoration, with rush seats. (35” H x 18” W x 16” D) $100-$200

10. American Chippendale Drop Front Desk Dovetailed top over single board sides, four long drawers with seven drawer fitted interior, having five open pigeon holes. Shaped skirt on bracket feet. Constructed of maple. Circa 1780. (32” H x 36” W) $500-$1000 5.


11. Connecticut Weight Driven Mantel Clock 19th Century, eight-day movement in heavily carved mahogany case, having detailed reverse painted glass door carrying the image of Greek revival buildings. Interior with original works, weights and brass pendulum present. Interior label signed "Marsh, Gilbert and Co., Farmington Conn." (39.5"H x 18" W 5.5" D) $200-$400

12. Silk Embroidered Ladies Shoes Two pair of 18th century ladies silk embroidered shoes with linen interior, leather sole and 2” heels. Circa 1740 - 1770. One pair having cream colored silk background with embroidered floral motif in muted shades of blue, rose and green. Partial cordwainer label affixed to interior reads “Thos. (Brown?) at the Blew Last Gracechurch Street, London” One pair of cream colored silk embroiderd shoes with dark green accents and embroidered floral motif in shades of blue, rose and green. Cordwainer label affixed to interior reads “Made by J.N.O. Hose & Son At the Rose in Cheapside near Milk Street London.” $400-$800


13. Silk Embroidered Pinafore & Slippers Early 19th century cream colored silk pinafore in hand embroidered floral and bird motif with single front pocket. (48” L) Pair of cream colored silk and kidskin wedding slippers adorned with rosette embellishment comprised of silk and lace. Soles are made of leather. Cordwainer label affixed to interior reads, “Viault Este Paris Thierry & Sons Regent Street 278 London”. $200-$400



14. Group of 18th & 19th C. Textiles Collection of eight textiles comprised of lace and linen, including a piece of taffeta with note of attribution to Mrs. Eliphal Belden, dated 1775. $100-$200

15. Child’s Silk Garment & Linen Booties 19th Century child’s garment with front hook closure constructed of striped silk trimmed with black velvet and lace (28” L x 13” W) Pair of antique linen booties with hand embroidered floral design and silk ribbon closure. (4” L x 1.5” W x 1.5” H) $50-$100 16. Lace and Linen Textile Group Collection of five ladies chemisettes and a baby blanket of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries comprised of delicate lace and linen. $400-$800


17. American Queen Anne Side Chair, 18th C. Carved stylized top rail with single fiddle splat, rush seat with turned legs and stretcher on Spanish foot. Early red painted surface. Constructed of maple. Circa 1740. (40” H x 19” W x 16” D) $200-$400 18. Painted Highboy Top, 18th C. Two top drawers over three long drawers, Chinoiserie painted imagery depicts Asian figures and landscapes. $200-$400


19. Decorated Brass Bed Warmer, 18th C. Brass hinged pan with pierced lid, decorated with chased floral and wheel designs having a turned maple shaft. Noted to have belonged to the Fairchild family. (42” H x 11” W) $200-$400 20. Pilgrim Era Strong Box, 17th C. * Leather covered wood box, with five hinges and iron bands. Sides have suspension loops and interior lid is cloth covered wood, with iron latch lock. (3.5” H x 4.25” W x 6.25” D) $600-$1200 21. Dome Top Document Box, 18th C. * Tooled leather dome top cover in floral and compass design. Interior lined with pages from "The Sacred History of The Old Testament". Lock closure with bail handle affixed to top. (4" H x 10" W x 6" D) $200-$400



22. American Empire Sofa, 19th C. Foliate carved frame with carved knees and lion feet, having gold silk damask upholstery and bolsters with plain top rail. Constructed of figured mahogany. (35.5” H x 88” W x 26” D) $400-$800 22.

23. Tilt Top Birdcage Table, 19th C. Round top with brass hardware on vase form turned column with Queen Anne tripod legs. (29” H x 39”D) $200-$400

24. An Account of Louisiana, Laid Before Congress by Direction of The President of The United States, November 14, 1803. Author: John Sibley. Leather bound, 72 Pages, printed by Heaton & Williams. $500-$1000


25. The American Universal Geography: Or A View Of The Present State Of All The Empires, Kingdoms, States and Republics In The Known World, And Of The United States of America In Particular, In Two Parts. Author: Jedidiah Morse, D.D., F.A.A., S.H.S Leather bound, 664 pages, J.T. Buckingham For Thomas & Andrews, Boston, Sept. 1805. $100-$200

26. An Universal Etymological English Dictionary, The Thirteenth Edition With Considerable Improvements. Author: N. Bailey Hardcover, 944 Pages, Printed for R. Ware, J. and P. Knapton, T. Longman, S. Birt, C. Hitch, J. Hodges, S. Austen, C. Corbett, J. Davidson, J. and J. Rivington, J. Hinton, J. Ward, W. Johnston, and M. Cooper, London, 1749. $800-$1600

27. Hand Loomed Tabriz Scatter Rug, 19th C. Antique Persian rug in rose, blue and gold floral design. Wool. (73” L x 54” W) $500-$1000 26. WWW.JJAMESAUCTIONS.COM

28. Hand Loomed Scatter Rug, 19th C. Antique Scatter rug, in blue, rose and earth tone wool geometric pattern. Wool. (60” L x 41.5” W) $500-$1000

29. Caucasian Scatter Rug, 20th C. Woven in green, yellow, blue, and varying shades of white, in bird and animal motif. Wool. (85” L x 51”W) $300-$600

30. Hand Loomed Wool Scatter Rug, 19th C. Antique geometric tribal rug in rose, green and blue. Wool. (97” L x 52” W) $500-$1000



31. Dagestan Prayer Rug, 19th C. Hand loomed Caucasian Dagestan prayer rug in blue, red and gold wool. (53” L x 40” W) $1000-$2000

32. Hand Loomed Kuba Prayer Rug, 19th C. Caucasian Kuba prayer rug in blue, red and gold. Wool. (61” L x 41.5” W) $1000-$2000

33. Caucasian Scatter Rug, 19th C. Hand loomed Caucasian in green, blue and red floral geometric pattern. Wool. (58” L x 35” W) $100-$200


34. Pennsylvania Painted Deacon’s Bench 19th Century, having eight turned legs and stretchers, with scroll arms, having twelve spindle and board back. Grain colored paint with polychrome highlights. Constructed of pine and maple. Pennsylvania, Circa 1850. (36” H x 76” W x 23.5” D) $300-$600 34.


35. Portrait, Cotton Mather (1663-1728) Oil on canvas portrait of New England Puritan minister Cotton Mather. Signed lower left corner “M. E. Black” in molded gilt gesso frame with affixed plaque that reads “Cotton Mather 16631728”. (Framed 36” H x 31” W) EXHIBITION: A paper tag dated April 1973 is affixed to reverse indicating that portrait was on temporary loan to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA. $800-$1600 36. Portrait, John Cotton (1585-1652) Oil on canvas portrait of New England Puritan theologian and minister John Cotton. Signed lower left corner “M. E. Black” in molded gilt gesso frame with affixed plaque that reads: “John Cotton 1585-1652”. (Framed 36” H x 31” W)


EXHIBITION: A paper tag dated April 1973 is affixed to reverse indicating that portrait was on temporary loan to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA. $800-$1600 37. Set of Six Birdseye Maple Chairs, 19th C. Six matching side chairs with scroll top, fiddle splat and caned seat. Constructed of birds eye maple. (33” H x 17.5” W x 16.5” D) $400-$800 38. American Chippendale Drop Front Desk 18th Century, dovetailed top over single board sides, interior fitted with five drawers and nine pigeon holes, having four graduated locking drawers and molded base with bracket feet. (40.5” H x 35” W x 18.5” D) $400-$800 39. Federal Reserve & National Currency Five Dollar Federal Reserve Note of 1914. Scenes on reverse depict the landing of the Pilgrims at right and the landing of Columbus at left. Under glass in double-sided frame (6.75” H x 10.75” W) Five Dollar Banknote, The National Bank of Commerce in St. Louis, series of 1902 with date back (M-4178). Under glass in double-sided frame (6.75” H x 10.75” W) $200-$400



40. Cast Iron Pilgrim Figurines Collection of four figural painted cast iron Pilgrims in traditional clothing, the tallest being (5” H). $50-$100

41. American Bannister Back Side Chair 17th Century, Prince of Wales crested raked bannister back side chair with later black painted surfaces and gold embellishment. Rush seat over block and vase turned front legs terminating on ball feet with strait rear legs and stretchers. Circa 1690. (45” H x 18.25” W x 15” D) $1000-$2000


42. American Queen Anne Highboy, 18th C. Dovetailed flat top two piece highboy having five top drawer molded chest over three drawer base with carved apron supported by Queen Anne legs. Constructed of maple. New England. Circa 1760. (64” H x 35.75” W x 21” D) $1000-$2000

43. Collection of Antiquarian Books, 19th C. The Journal of The Pilgrims at Plymouth, In New England, In 1620: Reprinted From The Original Volume. With Historical And Local Illustrations of Providences, Principles, And Persons. Author: George B. Cheever, D.D. Hardcover, 369 pages, Published by John Wiley, New York, 1848.


A Careful and Strict Inquiry Into The Modern Prevailing Notions of That Freedom of Will, Which Is Supposed To Be Essential to Moral Agency, Virtue and Vice, Reward and Punishment, Praise and Blame. Author: Jonathan Edwards, A.M. Hardcover, 407 pages, Printed for and sold by Whiting, Backus & Whiting, 1804 Memoirs of Henry Obookiah, A Native of Owhyhee, And a Member of the Foreign Mission School. Hardcover. Published by Edson Hart, J & E Sanderson Printers, 1819. $150-$300 41. WWW.JJAMESAUCTIONS.COM





44. Collection of Antiquarian Books 18th C. Horae Lyricae Poems Chiefly of The Lyric Kind. Author: Isaac Watts, D.D., Leather bound, 208 Pages, Printed at Windham, (Connecticut) by John Byrne, 1798. An Essay On The Life of The Honorable MajorGeneral Israel Putnam: Addressed To The State Society of The Cincinnati in Connecticut. Author: Colonel David Humphreys. Leather bound, 168 Pages, Printed by Moses H. Woodward for Hudson and Goodwin, Hartford, 1794 The Massachusetts Justice: Being A Collection of the Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Relative to the Power and Duty of Justices of the Peace. Alphabetically Arranged in Two Parts. Author: Samuel Freeman, Esq. Leather bound, 296 Pages, Printed at Boston, by Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews, 1795. Almanac - Joseph Bumstead, 1796. Paper $200-$400

45. Land Deeds: Kingston & Duxborough, MA Deed dated Dec. 25, 1764, conveying a parcel of land in Kingston, MA, from William Rand to Isaac Brewster for the sum of seven pounds, eleven shillings. Deed dated 1752, conveying a parcel of land in Duxborough, MA, from Amos Samson to Joshua Soule for the sum of ten pounds. $100-$200

47. Castle Island, Military Documents * Collection of three documents of the late 18th and early 19th centuries pertaining to Castle Island, Massachusetts including: Company Orders to Alpheus Brett signed by Captain Oliver Jackson naming twenty-one men to appear for “military discipline, muster and inspection, and view of arms”. Forty-three page document of entries dating 17861789, titled “Role of the Company Commanded by the Honble (sp) Thomas Cushing Esq”. Entry on Nov. 21, 1785 announces Major William Perkins to the command of the garrison. Booklet comprised of thirty pages titled, “Castle Island of June 7th 1786 Orderly Book”, detailing court martials that took place on Castle Island from 1785-1788. The latter half of the booklet becomes a record of accounts with entries dating from 1816-1818. $1000-$2000 48. Bronze Mantle Clock, Tiffany & Co. 19th Century bronze key wind mantle clock with chime. Case having urn finial, classical mask figures and acanthus design elements in relief. Clock face with enamel Roman numerals. Signed “Tiffany & Co. New York”. Internal works also signed “Tiffany & Co. New York.” (17.5” H x 11” W) $600-$1200

46. Land Deeds: Duxborough, MA, 18th C. Two deeds conveying land in Duxborough, Massachusetts to Joshua Soule (1681-1767). Deed dated 1718, conveying eight acres of land in Duxborough, MA to Joshua Soule for the sum of twenty-five pounds. Deed dated 1734, conveying a parcel of land in Duxborough, MA from Ichabod Samson to Joshua Soule for the sum of thirty pounds. $100-$200


49. New England Ladder Back Armchair 18th Century, with three shaped slats, having turned posts with acorn finials and flat shaped arms. Rush seat over double turned stretcher and rocker blades with early grain painted finish with bittersweet under-painting. Circa 1750. (43” H x 24” W x 30” D) $200-$400


50. Flemish Carved Upholstered Daybed 17th Century, heavily carved Flemish style open work stretchers over six block and ring turned legs with stretchers on ball feet with casters. Upholstered with carved headrest in Flemish style crest. Constructed of walnut. Circa 1690. (31.5” H x 64” W x 23” D) $1000-$2000 51. Hand Loomed Wool Persian Kashan Rug 20th Century, tightly knotted with deep pile. Floral pattern executed in blue red and white wool with Islamic calligraphy in border panels. (222” L x 112” W) $1000-$2000


52. Antique Wool Turkmen Rug Hand loomed with medallion design in rust and blue. Has wide selvage. (124” L x 96.5” W) $500-$1000 53. American Wrought Iron Pipe Tongs * 18th Century, bench made iron with pin and spring handle, small brass beehive finial with curved pincer ends. New England. Circa 1750. (18” L x 2” W) $200-$400


54. Bell Metal Chippendale Andirons American, 18th Century, urn top on molded plinth, having spur legs terminating in ball and claw feet with rear urn form dogs. Constructed of iron and bell metal. Likely Boston. Circa 1790. (17.5” H x 12” W x 22”D) $600-$1200 55. Black Forest Carved Bear Figurines Collection of three Black Forest figural wooden carvings of bears, each having inset eyes and open mouths, all under 3” H. $100-$200


56. Four Piece Salt Glazed Drabware Tea Set Two English stoneware teapots, one sugar bowl and one creamer in neoclassical molded relief panel design, having acanthus leaf handles with flower form finials and urn and garland design elements. (Teapots: 7.25” H , 6.25” H, Sugar Bowl: 5.5” H, Creamer: 3.25” H) $200-$400

57. Leather Camphor Chest, Dated 1812 Large locking chest with brass tack decoration and brass fittings, carrying an engraved plate which reads, “ Susan MeGee, Providence 1812”. Interior is lined in yellow paper. (20.5” H x 44” W x 21” D) $400-$800

58. American Wall Clock, Foster Campos 19th Century wall clock, painted Roman numeral face, with mahogany case, reverse painted on glass tableau depicts, Greek revival house, case has brass fittings with eagle finial. Brass works are later replacements, signed “FOSTER CAMPOS PEMBROKE”, in running order, recently serviced with paperwork. (33” H x 10” W x 3.5”D) $400-$800


59. Canadian Tall Clock, Alex Troup Halifax 19th Century, eight day brass movement with second hand and day of month. Painted face depicts cottage with hunter and game in spandrels, signed “Alex Troup Halifax”. Broken arch bonnet with brass finial, case having brass topped fluted columns, tombstone door with molded bracket base. Clock with pendulum, weights and key. Canadian Maritimes. Circa 1810. (92” H x 21.5” W x 10.5” D) $800-$1600

60. Leather Covered Camphor Chest Dated 1800. Chest is covered in black leather with brass hardware and studded monogram “W.F.M 1800” on lid. Interior is lined with pink colored paper. Constructed of Camphor wood. (16” H x 30.25” W x 16” D) $400-$800 59. WWW.JJAMESAUCTIONS.COM





61. Seven Piece Chinese Porcelain Group 19th Century, polychrome hand decorated with immortals and verse. Includes one large 9.75” plate, three 7.75” plates, and three 5.9” bowls. $150-300

62. Three Piece Chinese Porcelain Tea Set 19th Century, three piece set, lidded teapot with polychrome decoration depicts immortals and verse, with gilt highlights (6.5” H x 11” W). Teacup (6.25” H x 2.75” W) and saucer in same pattern (4.5” D). $150-$300


63. Two Japanese Porcelain Plates 19th Century, hand decorated in Imari style. One plate depicts “Mayflower” ship with a floral and lantern pattern border. Signed on reverse in Kanji. (7.5” D) Hand decorated platter in Imari style floral and bird pattern. Signed on reverse by artist in painted Kanji, with impression mark. (10”) $100-$200

64. Japanese Porcelain Lidded Ginger Jar 19th Century, hand decorated ginger jar in Imari style with gilt embellishment in floral pattern, depicting birds and dogs. (12” H x 9.5” W) $500-$1000

65. Chinese Porcelain Vase, 19th Century Polychrome hand decorated in Rose Mandarin style with Foo Dog applique and gilt embellishment. (11.75” H x 5.25” W) $500-$1000

66. Pair of Chinese Porcelain Vases, 19th C. Matching pair of 19th century Chinese porcelain vases with Foo Dog and dragon applique. Hand decorated in polychrome Famille Rose Medallion style with court scenes and bird motif. (14.25” H x 7.5” W) $500-$1000 67. Chinese Glazed Earthenware Vessel Vase form with concentric line decoration and flared mouth, multiple green color gradients in applied glaze, likely Sung Dynasty, on later carved wooden stand. (15” H x 10.5” W) $2000-$4000 68. Three Chinese Porcelain Ginger Jars 19th Century, collection of three crudely hand decorated porcelain ginger jars in blue, each with illegible signature on bottom. (6” H x 5” W), (6” H x 4.5” W), (4.75” H x 3.5” W) $100-$200 69. Japanese Porcelain Footed Bowl, 19th C. Hand decorated in Imari style with gilt embellishment and foliate design. (4.5” H x 9.75” W) $100-$200 70. Plymouth, MA Commemorative Medals Franklin Mint: “The Official History of Colonial America” Three 2” fine pewter medals depicting Pilgrim scenes. 1620-1995. 375th Anniversary Plymouth Massachusetts commemorative medal “Not a step do we take, but we trace the footsteps of the pilgrims...” 1.5” in pewter.

71. Collection of Seven Plymouth Medals The Society of Medalist Issue, 1976, “Pilgrims Are We All” 3” bronze medal. One of only 750 minted. 350th Anniversary 1.5” bronze medal, The Pilgrims Land in The New World. America’s Bicentennial 356 years, Pilgrim Progress 1.5” medal. Plymouth Rock, 1.75” Plymouth, Mass medal. The Pilgrims Praise God at First Thanksgiving, 1.25” bronze medal. Sons and Daughters of The Pilgrims, 350th Anniversary of The Pilgrims First Thanksgiving, 1.5” gold plate medal. The Mayflower Arrived in Plymouth, Mass 11th December Old Style 350 Years Ago, 1.5” medal in copper. $100-$200 72. Boston Numismatic Society Pilgrim Medal One of 300 medals in bronze produced by the Whitehead & Hoag Company after designs by Julio Killenyi (1885-1930) to commemorate the sixtieth anniversary of the foundation of the Boston Numismatic Society, which coincided with the tercentenary of the landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth. Circa 1920. 2.5” $100-200

Commemorative medal depicting Mayflower II Plymouth, Mass on obverse, Plimoth Plantation on reverse, 1.25”. Commemorative medal depicting Monument To The Pilgrims Aug 1, 1889, and image of Plymouth Rock dated 1620 on reverse, 1.5”. 2000 Republic of Liberia $5 Mayflower coin. $100-$200 72.

73. Collection of Five Sterling Silver Medals America’s Bicentennial 356 Years, Pilgrim Progress, 1.5” medal in sterling silver. The Pilgrims Land in The New World, 350th Anniversary, 1.5” medal in sterling silver. 73.

The Sailing of The Mayflower From Plymouth, 350th Anniversary, Two 1.5” medals in sterling silver, 1620-1970. Mayflower medal #01445, 2” in sterling silver, having map of Cape Cod Bay on reverse. $100-$200


74. Silver Commemorative Medals Collection of four silver medals relating to Plymouth, MA. One 2” silver medal: “350 Years Ago The Mayflower Arrived In Plymouth, Mass 11th December, Old Style, 1620”. Reverse bears inscription “Sigillvm: Societatis Plimovth Nov-Anglia”.


Three .999 Fine 1.25” silver medals: -The Mayflower Returns to England. -The Pilgrims Sign Peace Treaty With Indians. -The Pilgrims Progress On Their Way To Worship. $200-$400 75. Tercentenary Medals, Reed & Barton Set of three 2.75” Tercentenary medals produced by Reed & Barton to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth in gold plate, sterling silver and bronze. $200-$400 76. Portrait, “Duc d ‘Orleans” 19th Century reverse painted glass portrait of a gentleman in military uniform. Titled “Duc d’ Orleans”, in primitive wood frame. (19” H x 16” W) $200-$400


77. Portrait, Reverse Painted on Glass 19th Century painting of a gentleman in formal attire, titled “Berrzer” in primitive wood frame. (19.5” H x 16” W). $50-$100

78. American Fan-Back Windsor Armchair 18th Century, seven spindle back , having carved crest with disk ears, saddle seat, knuckle carved arms with turned stiles. Vase and ring turned legs with “H” stretcher. Early brown painted surfaces with red under painting. Ash, maple and hickory construction. Southern New England. Circa 1780. (40.5” H x 24.75” W x 21” D) $1000-$2000 79. Matched Pair Antique Sperm Whale Teeth A matching pair of two antique pre-ban Sperm Whale teeth. 22.78 oz, (6.5” L) 22.11 oz, (6.5” L) MASSACHUSETTS BUYERS ONLY, MUST SHOW PHOTO IDENTIFICATION. $1000-$2000


80. Pair Sandwich Glass Whale Oil Lamps 19th Century, matching pair in diamond pattern glass on pedestal. One has pewter double flu, second with pewter collar. (10”H x 3.85”W) $200-$400 81. Pair of Sandwich Glass Candlesticks 19th Century, matching pair of petal and loop design candlesticks in blue and clam broth glass. Circa 1850. (10” H x 4.25” W) $300-$600 80.




82. American Federal Serpentine Knife Boxes 19th Century, two serpentine knife boxes with slant tops, brass escutcheons and ring pulls. Interior lid is adorned with 6-point star inlay. Constructed of matched mahogany. Circa 1800. (15” H x 8” W 11” D). $1000-$2000


83. English, Gentleman’s Chest on Chest 18th Century, molded top over three small drawers with three graduated drawers underneath. Lower chest has linen slide and three graduated drawers, having moulded bracket base with ogee feet. Mahogany veneer, early openwork brass pulls. English. Circa 1790. (72” H x 45” W x 22” D) $1000-$2000 84. Pair of American Chippendale Side Chairs 18th Century, matching pair, carved top rail with high ears, having heart design openwork splat, straight leg “H” stretcher, with silk damask upholstered slip seats. Constructed of Mahogany. Circa 1770. (35.5” H x 21” W 18” D) $300-$600 85. New England Pilgrim Corner Chair * 17th Century, carved bow shaped top rail with three ball and ring turned legs and supports with turned arms with ball hand holds. Triangular plank seat over simple ring turned stretcher. Constructed of oak. New England. Circa 1660. (31” H x 21”W x 16.5” D) $2500-$5000


86. New England Pine Chest of Drawers 18th Century, dovetailed molded top, having two drawers over three graduated drawers. “1725” painted in black on reverse. Pendant style drawer pulls on bun feet. Constructed of Pine. New England. (35.5 H x 36” W x 18.5” D) $300-$600 87. Portrait, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (American, Charles A. Whipple 1859-1928) Large oil on canvas, posthumous portrait of American poet and educator, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-1882). Signed upper right “C.A. Whipple, Boston 1888” in heavy gilt gesso frame (58” H x 44” W) $3000-$6000


88. Vizagapatam Veneered Dressing Table Anglo-Indian ivory veneered sandalwood dressing table with engraved floral and architectural design elements. Concave central front drawer is flanked by two short drawers above a long drawer having five compartments. (9” H x 19.5” W x 10” D) $500-$1000 89. American Chippendale Wing Chair 18th Century, high shield form, silk damask upholstered, with “H” form stretcher which carries a brass engraved plaque which reads, “This chair belonged to Mrs. Ebenezer Hancock, (Miriam Nash), born Weymouth, Mass May 1750, died May 14th, 1830. She was great-great aunt to Mrs. Joseph A. Cushman”. Constructed of walnut. Circa 1790. (45.5” H x 31” W x 41” D) $400-$800 90. New England, Portrait of A Woman 19th Century, oil on canvas portrait of woman in black dress with lace collar and hat. Figure is posed leaning on a Hitchcock style chair. Unsigned, in period gilt wood frame, New England. Circa 1850. (34”H x 29.5”W) $500-$1000


91. Chinese Export Sewing Stand 19th Century, black lacquer finish with highly detailed mother of pearl decoration depicting birds, pagodas and floral design elements. Top in octagonal form, with hinged lid containing fitted interior tray and pull out drop bag frame, trestle base. Circa 1840. $400-$800 92. Liverpool Pottery Creamware Pitcher Pitcher with transfer design, featuring “Plan of The City of Washington”, flanked by classical figures, early stylized federal eagle and a depiction of the Washington Monument and military figures ringed by the thirteen original colonies, with gilt overlay decoration. Circa 1810. (9.25” H x 9.5” W) $1000-$2000 88.

93. Liverpool Pottery Creamware Pitcher 19th Century Pitcher with transfer design depicting two United States flagged ships with the name “Josephus Bradford” printed inside a wreath design. Circa 1810. (10” H x 11” W) $600-$1200


94. Liverpool Pottery Creamware Bowl 19th Century bowl with transfer interior design depicts Washington Monument ringed by thirteen colonies, military and engineering elements. Exterior is decorated with female figure resting on an anchor, and patriotic Liberty and Independence themes. (4.85” H x 11” W) $150-$300 95. Massachusetts Senate Arm Chair, 19th C. Barrel-back arm chair with green velvet upholstery, having carved hand holds and turned front legs on brass casters. Brass plaque affixed to frame reads, “CHAIR FROM BOSTON STATE HOUSE SENATE GIVEN BY MISS MAUDE PHELPS MEMBER IN N.J. SOCIETY CHAIR GIVEN TO HER UNCLE IN 1885”. Constructed of mahogany. Circa 1860. (33”H x 22”W x 28”D) $300-$600


96. Gentleman’s Waistcoat with Provenance 18th Century, in detailed floral pattern with two front pockets and eight button closure. Reverse has linen adjustment ties. Entirely hand sewn and constructed in linen and velvet material. Accompanied with paper note, which reads “ 1766 WEDDING VEST belonging to Capt. Alden Bass. Bequest of his great-granddaughter Miss Lucy H. Eaton in 1932”. $200-$400 97. American Hepplewhite Sideboard 19th Century, serpentine front with conforming top, over cock beaded top drawer with sliding sorting shelf. Lower central double door compartment, flanked by three drawers on either side, supported by five tapered legs. Original beehive brass pulls. Constructed of mahogany. Circa 1800. (40.75” H x 68” W x 28” D) $1500-$3000




98. Cased Portrait, Mary E. Davis, 19th C. Painting on ivory of small child holding a bauble. Housed in guilloche engine turned brass case, having a braid of hair preserved under glass and engraved panel which reads, “ Mary E. Davis”. (3.35” H x 2” W) $200-$400

99. American Queen Anne Side Chair, 18th C. Balloon front fiddle splat side chair, with needlepoint slip seat, turned stretcher. Constructed of walnut. Circa 1760. (39” H x 26.5 W x 20” D) $200-$400


100. New England Chippendale Chest, 18th C. Serpentine front, with four graduated cock beaded drawers. Molded top is attached with sliding dovetail, having significant overhang conforming to curves. Chest has molded base with ogee bracket feet, brass pulls, escutcheons and locks appear original. Older surfaces. New England, constructed of walnut. Circa 1770. (31.5” H x 37.5” W x 20.75” D) $6000-$12000 100.



101. American Pewter Teapot, Eben Smith 19th Century, American footed pewter teapot wooden handle and finial in etched floral design terminating in leaf molded feet. Maker touch mark on bottom “E. Smith”. for maker Eben Smith, Beverly, MA (1773-1856). (7.5” H x 12.5” W x 4.5” D) $200-$400

102. English Pewter Teapot, Dixon & Son 19th Century, English footed pewter teapot with wooden handle, finial and gadrooned edge, terminating in leaf molded feet. Maker touch mark on bottom, “Dixon & Son”.Ccirca 1835. (6” H x 12” W x 5.5” D) $50-$100

103. English Pewter Teapot, Dixon & Smith 19th Century, English footed teapot with wooden handle and finial, gadrooned edge, carries small etched monogram on side terminating in ball feet. Maker touch mark on bottom, “Dixon & Smith 5”. (6” H x 12” W x 5” D) $50-$100



104. Antique Danforth Pewter Sadware Two pewter sadware pieces produced by the Danforth family of Middletown, Connecticut. One 12” single reed-rimmed dish having two lion rampant and columned “Joseph Danforth” touch marks and four additional hallmarks on reverse. Circa 1780-1788. One 8” single reed-rimmed plate having two thirteen star eagle “William Danforth” touch marks on reverse that appear to be of first-recut. Circa 1794-1820. $300-$600

105. American, Pewter Lidded Tankard * Dated 1804, American Lighthouse form lidded tankard, engraved “A.B.S. 1804” on front. Indiscernible maker mark on handle. (10” H x 6” W). $300-$600

106. American Geometric Pattern Quilt 19th Century, hand stitched in earth tone calico geometric pattern on cream background, backing is solid colored cream fabric. (83”L x 78”W) $150-$300


107. Swinging Corner Pattern Quilt American, 19th Century, hand stitched design executed in earth tone calicoes and swinging corner pattern, with calico backing. (82” L x 81.5” W) $150-$300 108. American, Churn Dash Pattern Quilt 19th Century, hand stitched knotted Churn Dash patterned quilt in grey, blue, taupe and peach colored calico fabric with calico backing. Cotton tag sewn to reverse reads “E.T. Josselyn” in ink. (78” L x 80” W) $150-$300


109. Bethlehem Star Pattern Quilt, 19th C. American, 19th century hand stitched Bethlehem Star or Lone Star design quilt with pieced calico cotton on cream background. Backing is solid cream color. (89” L x 85” W) $300-$600 110. American Star Pattern Quilt, 19th C. Hand stitched quilt executed in polychrome calico star pattern with floral pattern backing. (94” L x 95” W) $400-$800 111. Geometric Pattern Quilt, 18th C. American, 18th century, hand stitched geometric patterned quilt in shades of blue, rose and taupe fabric with brown muslin backing. Circa 1750. (91” L x 91” W) $700-$1400 112. Silk Damask Regency Gown, 19th C. Hand sewn full-length Regency gown in ivory silk floral design, having eleven hook rear closure and puffed sleeves terminating in three hook closure at cuffs. Interior is fully lined in linen. Writing inside bodice attributes ownership to: “Maria Williams (Simmons) Harrington, b.1789-d.1884, dress about 1810”. (48”L) $200-$400


113. Two-Piece Silk Taffeta Bustle Gown 19th Century hand sewn full-length bustle dress in green striped silk taffeta. Front of bodice is adorned with lace and taffeta appliques and has eight button front closure, measures 41” in length. Sleeves are 20” in length and terminate in ruffled lace, bow and taffeta appliques at cuffs. Layered taffeta bustle skirt measures 50” in length. Interior is lined in muslin. Writing inside bodice and at top hem of skirt reads “Paris gown 1872 loaned by Mrs. C.R. Fisher”. $300-$600


114. Carved Parasol and Silk Scarves, 19th C. Parasol with black ruffled taffeta shade and carved relief ivory handle in garland and foliate design. (22” L). Two black scarves in embroidered floral and foliate designs. $200-$400

115. Antique Glass Beaded Purse, 19th C. Glass seed bead purse in floral design with silk drawstring closure. (9” H x 6” W) $50-$100

116. Painting Oil on Board, Still Life, 19th C. Oil on board, still life painting of peaches and a glass of wine. In gilt gesso frame (15”H x 13.25” W). Unsigned. $100-$200



117. Sioux American Indian Arrow, 19th C Wooden shaft with feather fletching and sinew tied iron point. Carries faded tag which reads: “This arrow was presented to me by my cousin Francis Parkman in his house in Jamaica Plain a year or two before his death. It is the one of which he speaks in “The Oregon Trail” as having been shot into a buffalo up to the feathers by the Sioux chief Panther, who pulled it out and gave it to Mr. Parkman. David Greenough, March 1930.” (26.25” L) PROVENANCE: This arrow has accompanying family provenance from the consignor who is a descendant of Massachusetts historian and author Francis Parkman Jr. Parkman set out to study the Plains Indians after graduating from Harvard in 1846. His guide, trapper Henry Chatillon, was married to the daughter of a Sioux Chief and persuaded his father-in-law to allow Parkman to accompany them on their hunts for the summer alongside prominent Sioux warriors Panther and Big Crow (Kongra-Tonga). It was presented to Parkman, upon his request, as proof “of the force and dexterity with which the Indians discharge their arrows”, as described in chapter XV of his book, “The Oregon Trail”, published in 1849. $3000-$6000

118. American Queen Anne Candlestand 18th Century, square top on turned support with iron reinforced tripod cabriole legs with on pad feet. Constructed of maple, top in figured tiger maple, New England. Circa 1760. (26.75” H x 15.5” W x 15.5” D) $200-$400


120. American Chippendale Corner Chair 18th Century, turned and carved chair, having curved crest and arms, with detailed openwork splats and needlepoint cushion. Front leg is carved with foliate design, terminating in ball and claw foot. Constructed of walnut. Circa 1770. (30” H x 26.5” W x 26.5” D) $1000-$2000

119. New England Blanket Chest, 18th C. Hinged lidded chest over two molded drawers on bracket ogee footed base. Early red painted surfaces appear original. Constructed of pine, Circa 1780. (43” H x 40” W) $500-$1000



121. Embroidery on Paper, 18th C. Samplers embroidered on brown paper, hand wrought by Dorothy Noble. Circa 1792. One depicts a bird and butterfly, other is of potted flowers. Matted, framed under glass in later gilt gesso frame. (8.5” H x 8.5” W) Each sampler includes a hand or typewritten explanation on reverse: “These two samplers were given to me by may father April 20, 1911. They were made by my great-grandmother Sally (Dorothy) Noble Briard in 1792 before she became the wife of my great-grandfather Oliver Briard Sr.” $100-$200

122. American Tavern Table, 18th C. Single drawer with scroll skirt, turned block and ball “H” stretcher and legs terminating on ball feet. Thumbnail molded board top. Pegged oak construction. New England. Circa 1720. (26.5” H x 26” W x 20” D) $1000-$2000


123. William and Mary Daybed, 18th C. Molded top rail flanked by ball finials over upholstered back board, having straight molded post to rear feet. Six legs are ball and block turned with stretchers having molded frame with wood slats and upholstered cushion. Constructed of maple. (37” H x 22”W x 64”D) $1500-$3000

124. American Swing Cradle, 18th C. Trestle based stand with carved scalloped posts. Cradle is suspended by wrought iron hooks fittied into post bracket . New England. Circa 1780. (42.5”H x 39.5” W x 15.5”D) $200-$400



125. Jacquard Summer-Winter Coverlet 19th Century New England jacquard woven coverlet in cream and blue geometric design with pine tree border. Circa 1850’s. (87” L x 63” W) $200-$400

126. Jacquard Summer-Winter Coverlet 19th Century New England Summer-Winter jacquard coverlet woven in cream and blue geometric design with pine tree border and 2” cream and blue fringe border. (79” L x 70” W) $200-$400

127. “Peace and Plenty” Coverlet, Dated 1847 Woven jacquard coverlet in blue, red and gold on a cream colored background, depicts birds, roses and a tree of life. Embroidered “Peace and Plenty 1847”. Likely made in Ohio. (84” L x 73” W) $300-$600


128. American Overshot Coverlet, 19th C. Hand-woven in natural cotton and blue dyed wool in overshot or float work geometric design. (90” L x 76” L) $200-$400

129. American Overshot Coverlet, 19th C. Hand-woven in natural cotton and blue dyed wool in overshot or float work geometric design (85.5” L x 63” W) $200-$400


130. Oil on Canvas Portrait of Woman 19th Century, large portrait of woman in lace bonnet and scarf. In molded gilt gesso frame. Circa 1850. (Framed, 34”H x 29” W) $300-$600

131. Flemish Side Chair, 17th C. Pilgrim era, Flemish scroll carved crest with raked back, having turned stiles and “H” stretcher base, club front footed, caned seat and back. Circa 1690. (48” H x 18” W x 19” D) $400-$800



134. 132. American Queen Anne Lowboy, 18th C. Rounded top with tight overhang, three cock beaded drawers, one long over three small, one center shell carved drawer. Shaped drop finial apron on cabriole legs terminating in pad feet. Constructed of walnut. Paper tag affixed to back reads, “This belongs to Mrs. W.S. Morissey”. Circa 1760. (31”H x 31.5” W x 18.5” D) $300-$600


133. American Genre Painting, 19th C. Mixed media on paper, pen and ink with watercolor of woman seated at table with opened sewing box. Under glass in period gilt wood frame. (9.25” H x 7.25” W) $300-$600 134. Ambrotype Photograph, Union Soldier Quarter plate glass image of Civil War Union infantryman at attention. Figure is wearing a Union sack coat with “US” belt buckle, bearing Springfield Musket with bayonet. Background is idealized country scene. In half leather case with foil border. Circa 1862. Image size (4.25” H x 3.15” W) $200-$400


135. Set of four Flemish Side Chairs, 18th C. Four matched, Flemish style carved side chairs. Carved top crest with caned back and seat, turned stretchers and Spanish foot. (47.5” H X 19” W x 20” D) $600-$1200

136. Massachusetts History Books Salem In The Seventeenth Century. Hardcover,420 pages Author: James Duncan Phillips. Published: Houghton Mifflin Company, The Riverside Press Cambridge, Boston and New York, 1933.

139. Three Books, Loyalists of Massachusetts The Loyalists of Massachusetts And The Other Side of The American Revolution. Hardcover, 509 pages. Author: James H. Stark. Published: W.B. Clarke Co., Boston, 1907.

A Sketch of The History of Newbury, Newburyport, and West Newbury From 16351845. Hardcover, 416 pages. Author: Joshua Coffin, A.B.S.H.S. Published: Samuel G. Drake, Boston, 1845.

The Loyalists of Massachusetts Their Memorials, Petitions and Claims. Hardcover, 339 pages. Author: E. Alfred Jones, M.A., F.S.A. Published: The Saint Catherine Press, London, 1930.

History of Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1630-1877 With A Genealogical Register. Hardcover, 731 pgs. Author: Lucius R. Paige. Published: H.O. Houghton and Company, New York: Hurd and Houghton. Cambridge: The Riverside Press, 1877 $100-$200

The Loyalists of Massachusetts, Their Memorials, Petitions and Claims. Hardcover, 341 pages. Author: E. Alfred Jones, M.A., F.S.A. Published: Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1969. $50-$100 140. Massachusetts History Books Collection of four 19th century hardcover Massachusetts history books :

137. Plymouth and Bradford Family Books History of The Town of Plymouth, With A Sketch of The Origin and Growth of Separatism. Hardcover, 188 pages. Author: William T. Davis. Published: J.W. Lewis & Co., Philadelphia, 1885.

History of The Town of Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, From 1669 to 1859. Hardcover, 550 pages. Author: George Faber Clark. Published: Crosby, Nichols, and Company, And The Author At Norton, Boston, 1859.

Bradford’s History “Of Plimoth Plantation” From The Original Manuscript. Hardcover, 555 pages. Published: Wright & Potter Printing Co., State Printers, Boston, 1899. $50-100

History of The Town of Holland, Massachusetts. Hardcover, 749 pages. Author: Martin Lovering. Published: The Tuttle Company, Publishers, The Marble City Press, Rutland, Vermont, 1915.

138. History of Nantucket, 1924 History of Nantucket: County, Island and Town Including Genealogies of First Settlers. Hardcover, 871 pages. Author: Alexander Starbuck. Published: C. E. Goodspeed & Co., Boston, 1924. $50-100


History of The Town of Oxford Massachusetts With Genealogies and Notes on Persons and Estates. Hardcover, 856 pages. Author: George F. Daniels. Published: by The Author With The Cooperation of The Town, Oxford, 1892. History of The Town of Medfield, Massachusetts, 1650-1886, With Genealogies of The Families That Held Real Estate or Made Any Considerable Stay In The Town During The First Two Centuries. Hardcover, 556 pages. William S. Tilden Illustrated with portraits and with engravings after drawings by John A.S. Monks. Published: Geo. H. Ellis, Publisher, Boston, 1887. $50-100

141. Collection Massachusetts History Books The Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths And Intentions of Marriage, In The Town of Stoughton From 1727 to 1800, And In The Town of Canton From 1797-1845, Preceded By The Records of The South Precinct of Dorchester From 1715 to 1727. Hardcover, 317 pages. Edited by Frederic Endicott. Printed by William Bense, Canton, Mass, 1896. History of The First Church in Roxbury, Mass 1630-1904. Hardcover, 428 pgs. Author: Walter Eliot Thwing. Published: W.A. Butterfield, Boston, 1908. Proceedings At The Celebration of The Two Hundredth Anniversary of The First Parish at Salem Village, Now Danvers, October 8, 1872. Hardcover, 272 pgs. Published: Congregational Publishing Society, Boston, 1874. History of Cambridge, Massachusetts. 16301877. With A Genealogical Register. Hardcover, 731 pgs. Author: Lucius R. Paige. Published: H.O. Houghton and Company, New York: Hurd and Houghton. Cambridge: The Riverside Press, 1877. $100-$200 142. History Books: Duxbury, Massachusetts Copy of The Old Records of The Town of Duxbury, Mass. From 1642 to 1770. Hardcover, 348 pages. Published: Avery & Doten Book and Job Printers, Plymouth, 1893. History of The Town of Duxbury, Massachusetts with Genealogical Registers. Hardcover, 360 pages. Author: Justin Winsor Published: Crosby & Nichols, Washington Street, Samuel G. Drake, Cornhill, 1849. $50-100 143. Land Deed, Dartmouth, Massachusetts Dated August 26, 1772 conveying a parcel of land in Dartmouth, MA from Ebenezer Andrews to John Andrews. Framed under glass. (16.5” H x 13.75” W) $100-$200


144. English Pewter Platter, 18th C. Monogrammed antique English pewter platter with double reed wavy-edge rim, crowned X hallmark on reverse and indiscernible touch mark. (16” L x 12” W) $50-$100

145. Two Pieces of Antique Pewter Sadware Two antique pewter plates with indiscernible touch marks. One 12” English plain normal-width rimmed dish with crowned rose, having four additional hallmarks on reverse. One 8.5” plain normal-width rimmed plate . $50-100

146. Antique Pewter Sadware Collection of four antique pewter sadware with indiscernible touch marks and evidence of early repairs, ranging in size 7” to 15”. $50-$100

147. Chippendale Carved Arm Chairs, 20th C. Pair of needlepoint slip seat arm chairs with heavily carved top rail and openwork splat, with scrolled arms having straight legs and “H” stretcher. Tag affixed underneath signed “Cowan & Tout, Inc., New York and London”. (37.5” H x 26” W x 18” D) $200-$400

148. American Hepplewhite Chest, 19th C. Four graduated cock beaded locking drawers, with carved apron and French feet. Locks and pulls appear original. Constructed of mahogany. Circa 1810. (39” H x 40.5” W x 19” D) $300-$600

149. American Empire Sofa, 19th C. Scroll carved arms with rope turned legs on brass castors. Straight frame and top rail, upholstered in patterned rose silk. Constructed of mahogany. Circa 1880. (36” H x 72” L x 25” D) $200-$400




150. American Bed Warmer, 18th C. Brass hinged pan with pierced and chased design, having turned maple handle. Circa 1780. (43.5” H x 12”L) $100-$200

152. Chinese Soapstone Pagoda, 19th C. Hand carved three piece, eight-tiered pagoda in soapstone on octagonal base. (32” H x 9.25” W) $100-$200

151. Pair of Brass Girondoles, 19th C. On step-down marble bases, in floral design with courting couple figures and crystal prisms. (16.75” H 12.5” W x 5” D) $50-100

153. Asian Soapstone Stamp & Figurine 19th Century carved stamp with Foo Dog on pillar in stone with natural red striations (3.25” H x 1” W). Figurine depicts actor in costume and stylized mask with added red pigment. (5.25” H x 1.75” W) $200-$400


154. Two Japanese Carved Okimono Figures Two figural Japanese Okimono in ivory: Figure of a woman in robes with lotus flower hair adornment (3.25” H x 1.25” W). Seated figure of a man holding a cup and bottle. (1.5” H x 1.15” W) $150-$300

155. Japanese Okimono Figures, 19th C. Two Antique Japanese Okimono: Comical figure of a man smoking a pipe, holding a monkey, with a young girl. (4” H x 1.75” W) Figure with a demon perched on shoulder and monkey in robes. (3.5” H x 2” W) $200-$400


156. Japanese Okimono Figure, 19th C. Figure of a woman sweeping in a kimono adorned with cobwebs. (4.25” H x 1.25” W) $100-$200

157. Antique Asian Carved Figures, 19th C. Japanese Okimono of a man with mythological creature (1.75” H x 2.75” W). Chinese puzzle ball in bone (2” H x 1.25” W). Figural carving in bone of human skull (1.65” H x 1” W). Chinese carved bamboo snuff bottle (3.5” H x 1.75” W). $100-$200


158. Japanese Carved Cane Handle, 19th C. 19th C. Japanese carved cane or umbrella handle. Detailed depiction of a snake coiled around a bird of prey. (4.75” H x 1.25” W) $100-$200

159. Japanese Okimono Figure, 19th C. Intricately carved comical figure of a man balancing on one foot while holding a snake cane, avoiding a toad underfoot. (5.5” H x 2.5” W) $300-$600

160. Japanese Okimono Figure, 19th C. Carved figure of ape and baby being stung by a bee while procuring liquid from a honeycomb. Signed in red Kanji (5” H x 2” W). $300-$600

161. Japanese Lacquer Tea Caddy, 19th C. In flower and butterfly decoration, with mother of pearl inlay on black lacquer with gilt accents. Interior contains two lidded and lined gold lacquer tea caddies. Functioning lock with key. Lid is signed in Kanji. (5” H x 9” W x 5” D) $200-$400

162. American Coin Silver Serving Spoons Collection of six 19th century American coin silver serving spoons of various makers: Kimball & Gould, Palmer & Bachelder, Storm & Son, Blood & Palmer. Monogrammed and personalized “Brewster” and “Wentworth”. 8.65 Ozt $150-$300




163. American Coin Silver, A. Sanborn Lowell Collection of six matching coin silver spoons, signed “A. Sanborn Lowell”, additionally personalized with engraving “R. L. Rose”. 2.28 Ozt $150-$300

164. Coin Silver Spoons & Sugar Tongs 19th Century, collection of fourteen American coin silver flatware pieces, including one pair of sugar tongs and thirteen spoons of various makers: Blood & Palmer, N. Harding, L.D. Anthony, Hiram Chase, E. Wyer, Farrington & Hunnewell, and Storm & Son. Monogrammed. 7.20 Ozt $200-$400 161.



165. Genealogy and History Books History of The Town of Middleboro, Massachusetts. Hardcover, 724 pgs. Author: Thomas Weston, A.M., Published: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1906.

Second Report of The Record Commissioners of The City of Boston; Containing The Boston Records, 1634-1660, And The Book of Possessions. Second Edition. Hardcover, 137 pages. Published: Rockwell and Churchill, 1881.

The Genealogies of The Families of Cohasset, Massachusetts Compiled Under The Direction of The Committee on Town History. Hardcover, 631 pgs. Author: George Lyman Davenport & Elizabeth Osgood Davenport. Published: The Committee on Town History, 1909.

Fifth Report of The Record Commissioners 1880. Second Edition. Hardcover, 232 pages. Published: Rockwell and Churchill, 1884.

History and Records of The First Congregational Church, Hanover, Mass., 1727-1865. Hardcover, 316 pgs. Author: L. Vernon Briggs. Published: Wallace Spooner, Printer, Boston, Mass, 1895. History of Carver, Massachusetts: Historical Review 1637 to 1910. Hardcover, 366 pgs. Author: Henry S. Griffith. Published: E. Anthony & Sons Inc., Printers, New Bedford, Mass, 1913. $100-$200 166. Connecticut Valley History Books The History of Connecticut Valley in Massachusetts with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Some of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers: Complete in Two Volumes. Author: Louis H. Everts. Published: J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1879. $100-$200 167. Historical Data Boston Massachusetts Report of The Record Commissioners of The City of Boston, Containing The Boston Records From 1729 to 1742. Hardcover, 330 pages. Published: Rockwell and Churchill, 1885. First Report of The Record Commissioners of The City of Boston 1786. Second Edition. Hardcover, 183 pages. Published: Rockwell and Churchill, 1881.

Ninth Report of The Record Commissioners Containing Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths 1630-1699. Hardcover, 280 pages. Published: Rockwell and Churchill, 188.3 Twenty-Second Report of The Record Commissioners of The City of Boston, Containing The Statistics of The United States’ Direct Tax of 1798, As Assessed on Boston; And The Names of The Inhabitants of Boston in 1790, As Collected For The First National Census. Hardcover, 537 pages. Published: Rockwell and Churchill, 1890. Twenty-Eighth Report of The Record Commissioners of The City of Boston, Containing The Boston Marriages From 1700 to 1751. Hardcover, 468 pages. Published: Municipal Printing Office, 1898. A Volume of Records Relating to The Early History of Boston, Containing Miscellaneous Papers. Hardcover, 389 pages. Published: Municipal Printing Office, 1900. A Volume of Records Relating to The Early History of Boston, Containing Minutes of The Selectmen’s Meetings from September 1, 1818 to April 24, 1822. Hardcover, 293 pages. Published: Municipal Printing Office, 1909. $200-$400


A Volume of Records Relating to The Early History of Boston, Containing Boston Marriages From 1752 to 1809. Hardcover, 710 pages. Published: Municipal Printing Office, 1903. Annual Report of The Cemetery Department of The City of Boston For The Fiscal Year 19021903. Softcover, 82 pages. Published: Municipal Printing Office, 1903. Memorials of The Dead in Boston; Containing Exact Transcriptions on The Sepulchral Monuments in The King’s Chapel Burial Ground. Hardcover, 339 pages plus testimonials. Author: Thomas Bridgman Published: Benjamin B. Mussey & Co., 1853. $200-$400 168. Collection of New England History Books Pioneers of Maine and New Hampshire 1623 to 1660: A Descriptive List, drawn from Records of the Colonies, Towns, Churches, Courts and Other Contemporary Sources. Hardcover, 252 pages. Author: Charles Henry Pope. Published: Charles H. Pope, 1908. A Genealogical History of The Rice Family: Descendants of Deacon Edmund Rice, Who Came From Berkhamstead, England and Settled at Sudbury, Massachusetts, In 1688 or 9. Hardcover, 379 pages. Author: Andrew Henshaw Ward, A.M. Published: C. Benjamin Richardson, 1858.

The Hammatt Papers. No. 1 [Printed from the MS in Public Library.] The Early Inhabitants of Ipswich, Mass. 1633-1700. Author: Abraham Hammatt. Published: A. Caldwell, A.W. Dow, 1880. A Bicentennial History of Becket: Berkshire County, Massachusetts (incorporated June 21, 1765). Hardcover, 215 pages. Authors: Cathaline Alford Archer and Mitchell J. Mullholland. Published: Eagle Printing and Binding Company, 1965. $200-$400 169. Queen Anne Corner Chair, 18th C. American, early painted turned side chair, having curved crest and arms, with ring turned stretchers, block and vase stiles and two ball feet with single Spanish foot and rush seat. New England. Circa 1720. (30” H x 27” W x 26” D) $300-$600 170. Pewter Pichet, Albert et Mullier A Lille 19th Century antique pewter demi litre lidded pichet with square handle and impressed “15” on lid, eleven excise or owner impressions are visible on rim. Front of cylindrical body is impressed with “LD DEMI LITRE”. Crowned Rose hallmark and touch mark of French pewterer “Albert et Mullier A Lille” impressed on bottom. (7.25” H ) $50-$100

An Historical Address, Delivered at The Centennial Celebration of The Incorporation of The Town of Wilbraham, June 15, 1863. Hardcover, 317 pages. Author: Rufus P. Stebbins, D.D. Published: George C. Rand & Avery, 1864. Names of Persons For Whom Marriage Licenses Were Issued By The Secretary of The Province of New York, Previous to 1784. Hardcover, 480 pages. Author: Gideon J. Tucker, Secretary of State. Published: Weed, Parsons and Company, 1860. A Memorial of Seth Padelford: Born October 3, 1804, Died August 26, 1878. Hardcover, 37 pages. Published: E.L Freeman & Co., 1881.


171. Collection of Three Pewter Vessels 19th Century, One 3.25” tapered pewter tumbler with engraved monogram, likely produced by James Porter, Middletown, Connecticut. Circa 1790-1803. One monogrammed 3” flared cylinder beaker on molded base signed “Pewter by Poole” on bottom. One 8.5” unmarked pewter lidded coffee pot with acorn finial and “S” handle. $100-$200 172. French Boule Neoclassical Desk, 19th C. * Three piece desk with leather top and brass boule decorated surfaces with classical figural and foliate design and ormolu mounts. French. Circa 1830. $700-$1400 173. Vintage Glass Scent Bottles One Thomas Webb scent bottle in blue having floral and butterfly cameo design motif with Gorham sterling silver lid. (3” H) One white glass chatelaine scent bottle with finger ring in hand painted blue, pink, green and gilt floral design. (2.5” H) $500-$1000 174. Antique Meissen Putto Figurine Small Meissen putto in prone position. Underside bears blue crossed sword marking with small dot, impressed “3022” and “30”, painted number “21”. (1.5” H x 3.5” L) $100-$200 175. Hitchcock Side Chair, Signed, 19th C. Black painted surfaces with gold highlights and stencil decoration, back is signed in gold stencil “ HITCHCOCK ALFORD Co. HITCHCOCKSVILLE CONN.. WARRANTED”. (33”H x 18” W x 15.5” D) $100-$200 176. Sterling Silver Presentation Ladle Sterling silver ladle by Reed & Barton in “La Marquise” pattern, with Mayflower Society House presentation on handle: “Mayflower Society House gift of Sarah Sears Harkness and Virginia Harkness Sawtelle”. Monogrammed. 6.73 Ozt. $150-$300


177. Three Connecticut Related Books Three volumes: The Connecticut Magazine, Volumes 6-8. An Illustrated Bi-Monthly Devoted to Connecticut in its Various Phases of History, Literature, Picturesque Features, Science, Art and Industry. Hardcover, 1900-1904. Connecticut Fights - The Story of the 102nd Regiment. Hardcover, 404 pgs. Author: Captain Daniel W. Strickland. Published: Quinnipiak Press Incorporated, 1930. $50-$100 178. Record Books: Dedham, Massachusetts The Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths, And Intentions of Marriage, In The Town of Dedham. Volumes 1 & 2. 1635-1845. Hardcover, 286 pages. Edited by John Gleason Hill, Town Clerk. Published: The Dedham Transcript, 1886. A Memorial Volume. The Record of Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths, And Admissions To The Church And Dismissals Therefrom, Transcribed From The Church Records In The Town of Dedham, Massachusetts 1638-1845. Hardcover, 347 pages. Edited by Don Gleason. Printed at the Office of The Dedham Transcript, 1888. $50-$100

179. Barnstable, MA Genealogy Book, 1888 Genealogical Notes of Barnstable Families, Being A Reprint of The Amos Otis Papers, Originally Published in The Barnstable Patriot: Volumes 1-2. Hardcover, 244 pages. Author: C.F. Swift. Published: F.B. & F.P. Gross, 1888. $50-$100 180. Collection of Books and Ephemera Inscriptions From The Ancient Cemeteries of Palmer Massachusetts 1729-1901. Published: Cemetery Commissioners, 1902. The American Genealogist - Index to subjects in Vol. 1-60, 1985 The American Genealogist - Vol. 48, No. 4, October 1972 The American Genealogist - Vol. XXIV, No. 1, January 1948 The American Genealogist - Vol. XXIV, No. 3, July 1948 The American Genealogist - Vol. XXIV, No. 4, October 1948 (3)


The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. CXXVII, Dates: January 1973, April 1973, July 1973, and October 1973. A History of Chatham Massachusetts: Formerly the Constablewick or Village of Monomoit, First Edition in III Volumes. Softcover, William C. Smith. Published: F.B. & F.P. Gross, Hyannis, Mass, 1909 The Berkshire Jubilee, Celebrated at Pittsfield, Mass. August 22 and 23, 1844. Softcover. Published: Weare C. Little, Albany, E.P. Little, Pittsfield. 1845. Sketches of The Early Settlements of The Plymouth Colony. Historical, Biographical and Anecdotical. Author: Egbert Cowles. Published: Adkins Printing Company, New Britain, Conn, 1880 Gravestone Inscriptions, Lee, Mass. Including All Extant of The Quarter Century, 1801-1825. The Valley Gleaner, Lee, Mass, 1901.




181. Yale and Princeton History Books History of Princeton Worcester County, Massachusetts: Civil and Ecclesiastical; from its first settlement in 1739, to April 1852. Hardcover, 204 pages. Author: Jeremiah Lyford Hanaford. Published: C. Buckingham Webb, Worcester 1852.

184. Ladies Ruched Taffeta Jacket Early 20th C. black taffeta ruched jacket manufactured by the New England Waist Company of Maine having hook and snap front closure and reinforced detachable silk lining. Cloth label stitched to inside collar reads “New England Waist”. (19” L) $50-$100

Yale and Her Honor-Roll in The American Revolution 1775-1783 including Original Letters, Record of Service, & Biographical Sketches. Hardcover, 357 pgs. Author: Henry P. Johnston. Privately Printed, New York 1888

185. Collection of Mixed Sterling Silver Pieces Sterling silver pieces of various makers: six spoons signed “Canada MFG Co”, one fork signed “B.K. & Co.”, one serving spoon by Alvin Manufacturing Co., and one set of sugar tongs signed “A. Stowell & Co.”. Monogrammed. 8.87 Ozt. $100-$200

Yale In The World War- Vol. I, II. Hardcover. Edited by George Henry Nettleton. Published: Yale University Press, 1925. Obituary Record of Graduates of Yale University Deceased from June 1880, to June 1890. Hardcover, 627 pages. Published: Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor, 1890. Obituary Record of Graduates of Yale University Deceased from June 1870, to June 1880. Hardcover, 440 pages. Published: Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor, 1880. Obituary Record of Graduates of Yale University Deceased from July 1859, to July 1870. Hardcover, 389 pages. Published: Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor, 1870. $200-$400 182. Pewter Measures, Inkwell 19th C. Collection of six antique pewter measures and tankards, and one pewter capstan inkwell. One “Gaskill & Chambers Birmingham” half pint tankard. Three unmarked Gill measures One flared rimmed measure signed “J. Fox & Co. Dublin” One demi decilitre signed “RG”. One 19th C. pewter capstan inkwell with glass insert, dented to sides. 3.75”. $100-$200 183. Colonial Hammered Brass Bucket * Hand made primitive brass vessel with crimped edge and heavy patina. Likely New England. (9.5” H x 15.5” D $100-$200


186. Mixed Sterling Silver Group Collection of five sterling silver pieces of various makers includes: sugar and creamer, two sterling silver jiggers, and one Gorham ebony handled salad spoon. Monogrammed. 15.90 Ozt. $150-$300 187. New England Genealogy Books Collection of ninety-three volumes of the New England Historical And Genealogical Register from 1882-1972 plus five index books. $200-$400 188. The American Genealogist, Vol. 9-49 Collection of thirty-nine hardcover volumes of The American Genealogist, volumes 9-49. $100-$200 189. Selectman’s Records Boston, MA Incomplete set titled “Selectman’s Records” and “Selectman’s Meeting Minutes” in ten hardcover volumes relating to the early history of Boston, Massachusetts from 1701-1818. $100-$200 190. Town Records, Boston, MA 1660-1813 Incomplete set titled “Boston, Mass.Town Records” in six hardcover volumes relating to the early history of Boston, Massachusetts from 1660-1813. $100-$200

191. Suffolk County Deeds, 19th C. Collection of 19th C. books titled “Suffolk Deeds” in ten hardcover volumes relating to the early history of Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Inside page is inscribed “Mr. Charles J. Hoadly, With best regards of Henry H. Edes, January 31, 1881”. $100-$200 192. Etched Silver Plate Water Pitchers Two antique quadruple plated water pitchers. One in etched repousse floral design signed “Middletown Plate Co. Quadruple Plate 89” on bottom. (13.5” H) One in etched floral design signed “Waldorf Silver Co. Quadruple Plate 1511” on bottom. (13” H) $50-$100 193. Sterling Lidded Humidor, Candlesticks Glass cigar humidor with monogrammed sterling silver lid having foliate design in relief. (5.25” H) plus one pair of rectangular based fluted candlesticks. (7”H) $50-$100 194. American Folk Art Chair Table Carved and paint decorated with floral Poinsettia design, underneath reads, “REST YE AND THANKFUL BE”, signed by artist, “MLWE”. Constructed of Pine. 20th C. (47” H x 28.5” W 17” D) $100-$200 195. Vintage Linen Hand Towel White on white linen hand towel reads, “Virtue, Independence, Liberty, The Pilgrim Fathers Sailed From Leyden in The Mayflower Landed at Plymouth Rock New England December 1620”. Red border depicts battleship, shield and crossed British and American flags. Red matted under glass in metal frame (46.75” H x 25.25” W) $50-$100

197. 197. Chippendale Chest of Drawers American, 18th Century. Four cock beaded and dovetailed graduated drawers on molded bracket base. Drawer fronts constructed of highly figured maple, top and sides are mahogany. Circa 1800. (35” H x 40.5” W) $500-$1000 198. Gorham Sterling Silver Tea Set * Four piece sterling silver tea set signed “Shreve, Crump & Low Co”. and “Gorham”. Includes: 2 5/8” pint teapot, lidded sugar bowl, creamer, and waste bowl. Monogrammed “LWL”. 41.53 Ozt. inclusive of wood handles and finials. Provenance: Tea set belonged to the Withington family of Plymouth, Massachusetts. (BrewsterWithington family of Mayflower descendants). $600-$1200 199. English Bracket Clock, 18th C.* Brass body on ball feet, having oversized dial with Roman Numerals and Tudor Rose foliate decoration, sides carry portrait of woman in period dress. Body crowned with open work plates, bell and urn finial. Works are key wind with chain driven movement. Circa 1770. (15” H x 6.25” W x 6.25” D) $1000-$2000

196. U.S. Army, Indian Wars Era Militaria * United States Army Indian Wars era regulation officer buckle, gilded brass depicts federal eagle in wreath. Blue silk ribbon reads “GRANT CADETS” in gold lettering, with star shaped badge carrying tin lithograph image of Ulysses S. Grant. $100-$200 199.

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