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Fine Silver and Objets de Vertu


Fine Silver and Objets de Vertu

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Sunday 19 May 2013

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A. H. Alwan, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Dr. and Mrs. Sumner Barenberg, Chicago, Illinois Mr. and Mrs. William E. Benjamin II, Manalapan, Florida Dr. Dale E. Bennett, San Antonio, Texas Mr. and Mrs. George Canty, Jr., Boca Raton, Florida Mrs. Lydia Cohen, San Francisco, California Mr. and Mrs. James Garner, Chicago, Illinois James G. Haft, Winnetka, Illinois Mr. George Kelly, Chicago, Illinois Dr. David G. Ostrow, Chicago, Illinois Yolanda Pope, Hinsdale, Illinois Leslie Rohrer, Winchester, Tennessee Dr. Myrna Salud Living Trust, Marion, Indiana Mr. Raymond Vahey, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Robert Wauro, Phoenix, Arizona Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois Mr. Larry Whitlow, Oak Brook, Illinois A Lady, Minneapolis, Minnesota A Chicago Family Collection A Distinguished Private Collector To Benefit the Woman’s Board of Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, Illinois A Gentleman, Palm Beach County, Florida A Lady A Lady, Chicago, Illinois A Private Collection, Lake Forest, Illinois

www.lesliehindman.com Cover Lot 552 An American Modernist Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Service, Michael and Maureen Banner

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Contents English Silver

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continental silver and objetS de vertu

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MEDALS AND NUMISMATICS

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American silver

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marketplace

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Silversmith INDEX

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AUCTION INQUIRIES

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CONDITIONS OF SALE

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TELEPHONE / ABSENTEE BID FORM

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English Silver | Lots 1 – 92


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An Assembled Set of Four George II Silver Sauce Boats, Henry Hayens, London, 1750-1756, each side centered with a scene of a goat in a landscape, together with four associated sauce ladles, each with shell decoration, three examples by Adey Bellamy Savory and one by George Williams Adams; approximate total weight 24.71 ozt. Width of first 5 7/8 inches. $700-900

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A George II Silver Tray, Dorothy Mills,

London, 1753, having a shaped border with alternating C-scroll decoration, raised on three shell form feet; approximate weight 46.23 ozt. Diameter 14 3/8 inches. $1,000-2,000 3*

An Irish Silver Sauce Boat, Richard Tudor,

Dublin, circa 1760, of helmet form with an applied scrolling handle and three lion mask paw feet, engraved with a mythical beast crest; approximate weight 9.76 ozt. Width 8 3/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Dr. Dale E. Bennett, San Antonio, Texas $300-500

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A Pair of George III Silver Dishes, Charles Aldridge & Henry Green,

London, 1768, each of shell form raised on two conch shell feet; approximate total weight 5.82 ozt. Width 6 inches. $200-400 5

A George III Mahogany Knife Box,

circa 1770, of rectangular form, the front with concave corners and having a sloped lid, the interior with inlaid star decoration, containing two sets of 12 English silver forks and knives, and a master carving fork and knife, each with a pistol handle having a shell terminal, maker’s marks rubbed. Height of box 15 inches. Purchased from Marshall Field & Co., Antique Silver Collection. $3,000-5,000 3

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A George III Silver Warming Cross, Charles Aldridge & Henry Green,

London, 1773, centered with a burner compartment, engraved with the crest of an armored hand grasping a clover or a cross, having adjustable arms, raised on dish form feet; approximate weight 19.31 ozt. Width at widest 11 7/8 inches. $800-1,200 7

A Pair of George III Silver Salvers, William Peaston,

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London, 1775, each centered with an armorial crest, raised on three feet; approximate total weight 13.25 ozt. Diameter 6 1/8 inches. $400-600


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An English Silver Sugar Bowl, Richard Carter, Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp,

An English Silver Assembled Partial Flatware Service,

London, 1778, of handled oval form, with etched festoon decoration; approximate weight 14.81 ozt. Width over handles 8 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $500-700 9

An English Silver Loving Cup, James Stamp,

London, 1779, of baluster form with applied acanthus decorated S-scroll handles, raised on a circular foot, the underside of base with later engraving 1779; approximate weight 15.27 ozt. Height 6 1/8 inches. $500-700 10*

Two George III Silver Master Salt Spoons,

London, the first by Jonathan Hayne, 1781, the second by William Eley & William Fearn, 1805; approximate total weight 0.87 ozt. Length of longer 4 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $100-200

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Dinner knives: (6) Moses Brent, London, 1794 Luncheon knives: (10) Moses Brent, London, 1799 Dinner forks: (3) William Sumner I, London, 1784 (4) Thomas Wilkes Barker, London, 1809 (3) Richard Britton, London, 1828 (1) Solomon Hougham, London, 1810 (1) rubbed marks Tablespoons: (8) William Schofield, London, (2) 1820, (1) 1824 and (4) 1825 (2) Paul Storr, London, 1816 (2) Thomas Wallis II & Jonathan Hayne, London, 1813 (2) William Chawner II, London, 1827 (3) associated examples Ladles: (1) Sarah Purver, London, 1820 (1) William M. Traies, London, 1828 (2) Charles Hougham, London, 1791 Mustard ladles: (1) William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1806 Master salt spoons: (1) William Sumner I, London, 1783 Salt spoons: (8) Addie Brothers Ltd., Birmingham, 1902 Demitasse spoons: (11) C J Vander Ltd., Sheffield, 1959 within a fitted case Fish slice: (1) apparently unmarked, London, 1803 Approximate total weighable 83.74 ozt. Length of longest 13 inches. Property from the Estate of Sydney M. Arenberg, Glencoe, Illinois $2,000-4,000

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An Irish Silver Ladle, John Pittar,

Dublin, 1785, having a shell form bowl, the handle engraved with an antelope crest; approximate weight 7.00 ozt. Length 13 1/2 inches. $300-500 20

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A George III Silver Salver, Daniel Smith and Robert Sharp,

London, 1785, of circular form with a raised beaded edge centered with bright cut decoration, raised on three feet; approximate weight 5.86 ozt. Diameter 6 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $200-400 14*

An Assembled English Silver Flatware Service for Twelve,

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in the Shell and Thread pattern, comprising twelve tablespoons and two sauce ladles, Paul Storr, London 1814, eleven dinner forks, Paul Storr, London, 1812 (8), 1813 (1), and 1820 (2), eleven luncheon forks, William Eley, London, 1786 (4), William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1822 (6), Solomon Royes & John East Dix, London, 1818 (1), eleven tablespoons, Solomon Royes & John East Dix, London, 1818 (2), William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1822 (4), Charles Eley, London, 1824 (5), eight teaspoons, Thomas Townsend, Dublin, 1815 (5), William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1822 (2), unidentified, London (1), luncheon knives (12), dinner knives (12), butter knives (12), and a punch ladle, Thomas Wilkes Barker, London, 1814; approximate total weighable 136.60 ozt. Length of first 8 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $6,000-8,000


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A George III Silver Creamer, Hester Bateman,

A Near Pair of George III Silver Sugar Baskets, Peter & Anne Bateman,

A George III Silver Mug,

London, 1789, of helmet form, having chased decoration throughout, with a beaded rim, raised on a square foot; approximate weight 3.13 ozt. Height 6 inches. $300-500 16*

A George III Silver Wine Ewer, Hester Bateman, London, 1790, of baluster form, the hinged lid with a spherical finial, the body with an applied carved wood handle, having an engraved armorial crest depicting an armored helmet above a shield with three shells within two laurel wreaths, raised on a circular beaded foot; approximate total weight overall 24.13 ozt. Height 12 3/4 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $2,000-4,000

London, 1791, each having a reeded swing handle over the oval form body with bright-cut decoration and monogrammed FW within an oval cartouche, raised on a conforming foot; approximate total weight 10.11 ozt. Width of larger 6 5/8 inches. $1,000-2,000 19*

A George III Silver Sugar Basket, Peter & Anne Bateman,

London, 1791, having a swing handle over the scalloped oval bowl, raised on a conforming foot; approximate weight 9.30 ozt. Width 6 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $400-600

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A George III Silver Wine Ewer, Henry Chawner,

London, 1790, having an urn form finial over the baluster body with an applied ebonized handle and an engraved eagle crest, raised on a circular foot; approximate weight overall 21.79 ozt. Height 12 1/4 inches Property from the Collection of Dr. Dale E. Bennett, San Antonio, Texas $800-1,200

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London, 1791, of tapering barrel form with an applied scrolled hollow handle, maker’s mark rubbed, possibly H.Q.; approximate weight 14.42 ozt. Height 4 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Sydney M. Arenberg, Glencoe, Illinois $400-600 21

A Pair of George III Asparagus Tongs, likely Richard Crossley,

London, 1792, of typical form; approximate weight 3.75 ozt. Length 12 5/8 inches. $150-250 22*

A George III Silver Card Tray, John Schofield,

London, 1792, of oval form, with scrolled shell handles centered with an engraved lion; approximate weight 4.62 ozt. Width 10 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $500-700

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A George III Silver Ăˆpergne, James Young,

A George III Silver Coffee Pot, Henry Chawner,

London, 1792, having a central oval bowl with applied strap handles, each side centered with an armorial crest, set on a conforming openwork base with swag decoration, further having six extended arms supporting four round and two oval bowls, raised on four monoped legs joined by stretchers and terminating in paw form feet, the whole with bands of bright cut foliate decoration; approximate total weight 92.51 ozt. Height overall 17 3/8 inches. $10,000-15,000

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London, 1793, having an urn form finial over the waisted lid, above the oval tapering body with a flat front and back, the sides lobed with an applied C-scroll wood handle, raised on a conforming foot, the whole with bright-cut decoration throughout, further engraved with the crest of a rampant lion within a shield and laurel wreath; approximate total weight 25.12 ozt. Height 12 inches. $700-900


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A George III Silver Sugar Basket, Peter & Anne Bateman,

A George III Silver Creamer,

London, 1795, of handled oval form with repoussè foliate decoration throughout and a swing handle, raised on a conforming foot; approximate weight 5.03 ozt. Height over handle 5 5/8 inches. $400-600 26

A George III Silver Teapot and Undertray, Duncan Urquhar & Napthali Hart,

London, 1795, the teapot of hexagonal form with an applied ivory finial and wood handle, raised on a conforming tray; approximate total weight overall 21.04 ozt. Width over handle 11 1/4 inches. $800-1,200

London, 1796, maker’s mark rubbed, possibly GB, of baluster form with an applied reeded handle and chased foliate decoration; approximate weight 3.56 ozt. Height 4 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $300-500 29

A Pair of George III Silver Goblets, McHattie & Fenwick,

Edinburgh, 1798, each with reeded decoration and a gilt wash interior; approximate total weight 17.92 ozt. Height 6 3/4 inches. $500-700

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A George III Silver Plate Warming Stand, Paul Storr,

London, 1795, having two circular rims of varying sizes with ribbon-tied reeded decoration, the removable burner with repeating leaf decoration; approximate weight overall 22.14 ozt. Diameter 9 5/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Dr. Dale E. Bennett, San Antonio, Texas $1,000-2,000

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A Pair of George III Silver Berry Spoons, William Eley & William Fearn,

London, 1799, having chased foliate handles and the bowls with repoussè fruit decoration, together with a set of six Sheffield mother-of-pearl handled butter knives; approximate total weighable 3.59 ozt. Length of first 8 3/4 inches. $100-200 31 31

A Set of Four George III Silver Telescoping Candlesticks, Richard Mortons,

Sheffield, 1799, of three section form having an inverted bell form candle cup, raised on a stepped circular foot, each engraved with a fist clenching a broken sword and having a crescent mark on the arm, weighted. Height when extended 9 1/8 inches. $600-800 32*

A George III Silver Tray, William Bateman,

London, 1800, of oval handled form, having gadrooned borders, centered with an engraved monogram; approximate weight 106.80 ozt. Width over handles 25 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $3,000-5,000 33

A George III Silver Hot Water Urn, Richard Cook,

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London, 1800, having a pine cone finial on the domed lid, over the baluster form body with applied reeded handles, an engraved armorial crest bearing the inscription Virtus Auget Honorem and a turned ivory handled spigot, above a circular foot raised on a square base with four anthemion and paw form feet; approximate weight overall 118.20 ozt. Height 16 1/4 inches. $3,000-5,000 34

A Pair of George III Silver Candlesticks, John Roberts & Co.,

Sheffield, 1807, having a repeating baluster form standard with shell and foliate decoration, raised on a conforming shaped circular base, weighted, together with associated Sheffield plate three-light candelabra inserts. Height overall 19 1/4 inches. $1,000-2,000 35

A Pair of George III Silver Candlesticks, John Green, Roberts, Mosley & Co.,

Sheffield, 1808, of baluster form with reeded decoration, together with a pair of Victorian silver three-light candelabra inserts, Alexander Macrae, London, 1873, having a baluster form standard issuing the scrolling candle arms; approximate total weighable 66.13 ozt. Height combined overall 18 5/8 inches. $1,500-2,500 36*

A George III Silver Stuffing Spoon,

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London, 1808, maker’s mark rubbed; approximate weight 3.34 ozt. Length 12 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $100-200


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A George III Silver Tea and Coffee Service, Peter & William Bateman,

A George III Silver Ladle, Sarah & John William Blake,

1809, comprising a teapot and coffee pot with wood handles, a creamer and an open sugar, each of rectangular form with gadrooned decoration, the creamer and sugar with gilt wash interior; approximate total weight overall 59.37 ozt. Height of tallest 9 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $3,000-5,000

London, 1811, monogrammed with a B and having a French weevil import mark; approximate weight 6.63 ozt. Length 11 1/2 inches. $100-200

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A George III Silver Handled Basket, Crispin Fuller,

A Pair of George III Silver Tea Caddies, Joseph Angell I,

London, 1811, having a shaped rectangular body with a gadrooned border, the associated reeded swing handle bearing maker’s mark JF; approximate weight 32.78 ozt. Width 13 1/8 inches. $700-900 40

A George III Silver Cake Server, Paul Storr,

London, 1811, having a thread and shell handle with a later associated pierced blade; approximate weight 5.18 ozt. Length 10 3/4 inches. $400-600 41*

A George III Silver Ladle, Robert Rutland,

London, 1813, having a reverse tipped fiddle handle; approximate weight 5.06 ozt. Length of longest 12 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. George Canty, Jr., Boca Raton, Florida $150-250

London, 1815, of rectangular form with rounded corners, the hinged lid centered with a cartouche, having gadrooned edges and chased floral decoration throughout; approximate total weight 11.88 ozt. Height 3 7/8 inches. $400-600 43*

A Scottish Silver Stuffing Spoon, Mitchell & Russell,

Edinburgh, 1815, of fiddle back form, engraved with an animal crest; approximate weight 3.34 ozt. Length 12 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Garner, Chicago, Illinois $150-250

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A George III Silver Wine Funnel,

A Pair of George IV Silver Sugar Casters, Thomas Dicks,

London, 1815, maker’s mark rubbed, of typical form with a removable strainer insert; approximate total weight 4.58 ozt. Height 6 1/4 inches. $100-200 45

A George III Silver Handled Basket,

Sheffield, 1816, having a scrolling foliate repoussè border with a removable unmarked pierced flower frog, bearing the maker’s mark of M&R; weight of bowl 36.07 ozt. Width 13 5/8 inches. $800-1,200 46

An Assembled Georgian Silver Tea and Coffee Service,

London, 1823, each of octagonal baluster form with an engraved monogram within a shield, together with a Sheffield plate example; approximate total weighable 21.89 ozt. Height of first pair 7 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $600-800 48*

A George IV Silver Sauce Ladle, John Meek,

London, 1826, of fiddle form; approximate weight 2.13 ozt. Length 7 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $200-400

London, comprising a coffee pot on stand with an applied wood handle by Thomas Robins, 1817, the burner by Rebecca Eames and Edward Barnard I, 1818, a teapot with ivory insulators, maker’s mark rubbed, 1825, a creamer by Solomon Royes, 1819, an open sugar and a pair of sugar tongs; approximate total weight overall 84.71 ozt. Height of largest overall 11 3/4 inches. $1,500-2,500

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A George IV Gilt Silver Tray, John Bridge for Rundell, Bridge & Rundell, London, 1827, of rectangular form with a grapevine cast border and lion pelt handles, having a central armorial crest on an engraved grapevine field, the whole raised on four shell form feet; approximate weight 279.41 ozt. Width over handles 29 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $20,000-40,000

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A Pair of George IV Silver Entrèes, John Edward Terrey & Co.,

A William IV Silver and Cut Glass Ăˆpergne, Robinson, Edkins & Aston,

London, 1827, each of rectangular form having a beaded border; approximate total weight 44.88 ozt. Width 11 1/4 inches. $800-1,200

Birmingham, 1835, the central glass bowl with cut fan decoration over the foliate and shell cast standard issuing four scrolling arms, ending in glass liners; approximate weight 98.79 ozt. Height overall 15 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $10,000-20,000

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A George IV Silver Salver, William Ker Reid,

A Victorian Silver Tea and Coffee Service, Charles Reily & George Storer,

London, 1836, of circular form having a pierced scrolling foliate border, decorated with thistles, roses, clovers, daisies and morning glory, the central field with conforming engraved decoration, raised on four feet; approximate weight 174.85 ozt. Diameter 23 inches. $5,000-7,000

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London, 1845, having engraved Japanesque, scrolling foliate and cartouche decoration, comprising a teapot and coffee pot with ivory insulators, a creamer and an open sugar, together with an associated silverplate tray; approximate total weighable 58.56 ozt. Length of tray over handles 27 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Joan S. Irish, New Canaan, Connecticut $1,500-2,500


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An English Silverplate Hot Water Kettle on Stand, Elkington & Co.,

Sheffield, 1849, having a swing handle over the flattened spherical body with etched scrolling foliate decoration throughout, raised on a tripartite base. Height over handle 14 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $400-600 55

A Victorian Silver Mason’s Trowel, Elizabeth Eaton,

London, 1854, bearing presentation engravings to each side, with chased scrolling decoration throughout, handle weighted. Length 12 5/8 inches. $150-250 56

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A Set of Six Victorian Silver Teaspoons, John Hunt & Robert Roskell,

London, 1857, having a beaded border with ribbon and floral decoration, monogrammed PB; approximate total weight 6.55 ozt. Length 5 3/8 inches. $100-200 57

A Victorian Silver Ladle, John Walton,

Newcastle, 1861-2, of typical form with a chased border; approximate weight 3.93 ozt. Width 11 inches. $100-200 58*

A Cased Victorian Calamander, Brass Banded and Silver Mounted Dresser Set, Hilliard & Thomason,

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Birmingham, 1867, having a rectangular hinged top over a fall front opening to two drawers, the interior fitted with ten silver mounted glass boxes and jars and a set of necessaires; approximate total weighable 5.68 ozt. Width of case 12 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Evelyn Stefani, Inverness, Illinois $800-1,200 59

A George III Assembled Silver Tea and Coffee Service, Henry John Lias & James Wakely,

London, comprising an open sugar, 1873, a coffee pot and a teapot with ivory insulators, and a creamer, 1879, each with chased foliate decoration and a beaded rim, raised on a circular foot; approximate total weight overall 72.24 ozt. Height of coffee pot 10 3/4 inches. $1,500-2,500 60

A Victorian Silver and Ivory Fish Service for Twelve, Martin, Hall & Co.,

Sheffield, 1878, comprising forks and knives, each having engraved foliate and grapevine decoration with carved handles. Length of knife 8 3/8 inches. $500-700

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A Victorian Cut Glass and Silver Compote, Elkington & Co.,

A Victorian Silver Punch Bowl, possibly George Jackson & David Fullerton,

A George V Silver Handled Vase, Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater,

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An English Arts & Crafts Silver Mounted Dresser Set, Henry Clifford Davis,

An English Silver Tea Caddy, Atkin Brothers,

Birmingham, 1895, the circular bowl above the baluster and foliate decorated standard, over the tripartite base surmounted with winged mythical beasts; approximate weighable 26.32 ozt. Height overall 8 1/2 inches. $700-900 62

A Victorian Silver Center Bowl, Arthur James Ramsay,

Sheffield, 1896, having a pierced scrolling border and a paneled bowl, raised on three scrolled acanthus leaf legs terminating in shell feet; approximate weight 32.78 ozt. Diameter 11 1/2 inches. $800-1,200 63

A Set of Three English Silver Art Nouveau Buttons, Levi & Salaman,

Birmingham, 1900, each cast as the bust of a maiden set against a poppy flower and signed F. Lasserre; approximate total weight 1.25 ozt. Diameter 1 3/4 inches. $100-200

London, 1901, of circular form, having repeating cartouche and foliate repoussè decoration throughout, raised on a conforming circular foot with a band of reeded decoration, marks rubbed; approximate weight 53.30 ozt. Height 8 1/2 x diameter 12 1/8 inches. $1,000-2,000

Birmingham, 1902, comprising four brushes and a hand mirror. Length of longest 10 1/2 inches. $150-250 66

A Cased Set of Four Edwardian Silver Cream Soup Spoons, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London, 1903, each with a gilt wash bowl, the handles with caducei terminals; approximate total weight 8.48 ozt. Length 8 1/8 inches. $300-500

London, 1912, of baluster form with applied scrolling foliate decorated handles, the rim and body having bands of repoussè grapevine decoration, raised on a circular foot, the base further hallmarked with an R within a heart; approximate weight 84.89 ozt. Height 15 1/2 inches. $2,000-4,000

Sheffield, 1913, of oval form having a hinged concave lid with a monogram; approximate weight 17.59 ozt. Height 4 3/4 inches. $400-600 69

A George V Silver Coffee Pot, Elkington & Co., Birmingham, 1913, having a cylindrical body with reeded decoration, with an ebonized finial and handle, raised on a circular foot bearing standard marks, further stamped 17832 to the underside; approximate weight overall 14.44 ozt. Height 8 1/2 inches. $300-500 70

A Set of Six English Cased Demitasse Cups and Saucers, Charles S. Green & Co. Ltd.,

Birmingham, 1913, the silver frames having porcelain liners by Grosvenor China; approximate total weighable 4.43 ozt. Diameter of plate 4 7/8 inches. $300-500 20

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An George V Silver Arts & Crafts Stone-Inset Humidor, Sybil Dunlop,

London, 1922, of rectangular form, having an allover hand hammered finish, the lid with geometric decoration and inset with five green chrysoprase cabochons, opening to a sectioned, wood-lined interior; approximate weight overall 19.44 ozt. Height 2 1/4 x width 7 1/8 x depth 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $700-900 72*

Two Brittania Silver Salt Cellars, Lionel Alfred Crichton,

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London, 1923, each of squat spherical form ending in a flared foot; approximate total weight 5.86 ozt. Diameter 2 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth Jeffries Jaci, Chicago, Illinois $150-250 73

A George V Silver Tea Tray, James Dixon & Son, Sheffield, 1927, of oval form with a reeded banded border and two open handles, the central field with cased swag bow-knot and wreath design surrounding a heraldic crest; approximate weight 108.77 ozt. Width 25 3/4 inches. $2,000-4,000

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An George V Silver Ash Receiver, Liberty & Co.,

Birmingham, 1927, of circular form with applied and incised stylized foliate decoration, numbered 5843; approximate weight 3.89 ozt. Diameter 5 1/2 inches. $200-400 75*

A George V Silver Inkwell, Wood & Hall,

Birmingham, 1934, of flared circular form with a cranberry glass liner, weighted. Diameter 4 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. Mark Fritz, West Bloomfield, Michigan $100-200 76*

A Set of Four George V Silver Candlesticks, Elkington & Co.,

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Birmingham, 1935, each of square baluster form, with relief foliate decoration, weighted. Height 10 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $2,000-4,000 77

A George VI Silver Creamer and Sugar Set, Israel Freeman & Sons,

London, 1940, each centered with an armorial crest, together with sugar tongs, marked EKS; approximate total weighable 12.44 ozt. Width of widest 5 inches. $200-400 78

A Set of Three George VI Silver Table Articles, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd.,

London, 1940-1941, comprising a caster, a cobaltlined mustard pot and a salt cellar, together with an associated Sheffield mustard spoon and salt spoon in the Onslow pattern, with date marks for 1936 and 1938, respectively; approximate total weighable 11.89 ozt. Height of tallest 4 1/8 inches. $200-400

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An English Silver Tea Service, Adie Brothers Ltd.,

Birmingham, 1948, comprising a teapot and coffee pot having wood finials and handles, an open sugar and a creamer, each further marked Made in England, Sterling; approximate total weight overall 66.34 ozt. Height of coffee pot over handles 7 1/2 inches. Sold Sotheby’s Chicago, Jewelry, Art Nouveau and Art Deco, English Furniture, Silver & Decorative Works of Art, September 9 and 10, 1980, lot 278. $1,500-2,500 80 91

A George VI Silver Pitcher, Walter H. Willson Ltd.,

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London, 1949, of baluster form, the applied handle ending in a heart shape terminal, raised on a circular foot; approximate weight 17.60 ozt. Height 6 1/4 inches. $400-600 81

An Elizabeth II Silver Sugar Caster, Edward Viner, Sheffield, 1953, of baluster form, together with a silverplate sugar bucket and scoop with an ivory handle; approximate weighable 4.68 ozt. Height of first 7 inches. $150-250 82

A Cased Set of Ten Elizabeth II Silver Queen’s Beasts Spoons, Richard Comyns,

London, 1992, comprising The Lion of England, The Griffin of Edward III, The Falcon of the Plantaganets, The Black Bull of Clarence, The White Lion of Mortimer, The Yale of Beaufort, The White Greyhound of Richmond, The Red Dragon of Whales, The Unicorn of Scotland and The White Horse of Hanover; approximate total weight overall 10.80 ozt. Length 4 3/4 inches. $300-500

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A Set of Twelve Elizabeth II Silver Place Card Holders, Birmingham, 1996, each of lyre form set on an octagonal base, bearing maker’s mark VS; approximate total weight 4.00 ozt. Height 1 3/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Sumner Barenberg, Chicago, Illinois $300-500

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A Pair of Elizabeth II Silver Wine Funnels, W. I. Broadway & Co.,

An English Silverplate Table Plateau,

An English Silverplate and Cut Glass Èpergne, William Adams,

Birmingham, 2003, of typical form with inserts, monogrammed HD; approximate total weight 11.23 ozt. Height 5 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $300-500

having a central rectangular section and two D-shape ends, raised on paw feet, with SW and crown hallmarks. Width overall 53 1/2 x depth 18 inches. Property from the Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Sumner Barenberg, Chicago, Illinois

85*

Provenance: R. Feldman Ltd, London, 1998 $1,000-2,000

A Set of Six Elizabeth II Silver and Composite Salt and Pepper Mills, M. C. Hersey & Son,

88

London, 2003, of tapering cylindrical form with repeating band decoration. Height 3 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $100-200

An English Silverplate Mirrored Table Plateau,

86

A Sheffield Plate and Cut Glass Èpergne,

A Pair of English Silverplate Goblets, Matthew Boulton,

the baluster form cup having a band of rocaille and putti decoration over the reeded base, raised on a turned standard ending in a circular foot. Height 7 1/4 inches. $500-700

in three sections, having a shaped border raised on reeded scrolling feet, apparently unmarked. Width overall 40 inches. $800-1,200 89 having a central oval bowl with diamond point decoration, raised on the conforming base with a shell, floral and fruit decorated frieze, the cabriole legs terminating in paw form feet joined by a central stretcher with a floriform finial issuing four arms supporting round bowls. Width of bowl 12 5/8 inches. $1,500-2,500

the circular bowl with diamond and fan cut decoration, raised on a conforming frame, issuing four arms ending in similarly cut smaller bowls. Height 13 inches. Property from the Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Sumner Barenberg, Chicago, Illinois $1,000-2,000 91

A Sheffield Plate and Pressed Glass Èpergne,

the central associated round bowl raised on an urn form standard with a foliate and shell decorated frieze, the central section with grapevine and reeded decoration issuing four scrolling arms supporting round bowls, raised on the conforming stepped circular base. Height 15 3/8 inches. $800-1,200 92

An English Silverplate Èpergne, Walker & Hall,

Sheffield, having a circular bowl with a reticulated rim raised on a tapering standard with scrolling arms suspending three baskets. Height 12 inches. $300-500

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A French Silver Covered Tureen,

A Set of Nine French Silver Service Plates,

Paris, 1809-1819, the lid having a knob finial with scrolling foliate decoration, over the conforming body with applied openwork rectangular handles, the lid and body each monogrammed RC within a shield, below a crown, bearing maker’s mark of an A above two anchors and an H; approximate weight 49.20 ozt. Width over handles 11 1/4 inches. $1,000-2,000

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Paris, 1819-1838, of circular form with a foliate decorated border and engraved with an armorial crest, bearing maker’s mark JCBO; approximate total weight 119.54 ozt. Diameter 9 5/8 inches. $2,000-4,000

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A Set of Twelve French Silver Teaspoons, Ernest Compère,

Paris, active 1868 -1888, the handles having foliate decoration, monogrammed EA, bearing a Minerva .925 hallmark, set in a fitted rosewood case; approximate total weight 10.36 ozt. Length 5 3/4 inches. $200-400

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96

Four French Silver Pepper Mills,

each of spherical footed form with monograms. Height 3 1/8 inches. $600-800 97*

A Collection of French Silverplate Table Articles, Andree Putman for Christofle,

in the Vertigo pattern, comprising a three-tiered pastry stand, a three-part cocktail server, a caviar dish and a tray. Width of tray over handles 25 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $700-900

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A Collection of French Silverplate Barware Articles, Adam D. Tihany for Christofle,

designed in 2002, in the Collection 3000 pattern, comprising a wine bucket, a champagne bucket, a wine coaster, a cocktail pitcher and a tray. Width of tray 20 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $1,000-2,000 99

A French Silverplate Flatware Service for Six, Christofle,

in the Perles pattern, comprising dinner knives, luncheon knives, dinner forks, salad forks, dessert forks, butter knives, tablespoons, teaspoons, dessert spoons, a pie server, a soup ladle, two serving forks and a serving spoon; 59 items total. Length of dinner knife 9 5/8 inches. $800-1,200

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A French Silverplate Partial Flatware Service, Christofle,

in the Spatours pattern, comprising 24 dinner forks, 24 fish forks, 24 pastry forks, 24 gourmet sauce spoons, 8 serving spoons, 4 serving forks, 4 cake servers, 2 salad serving sets, 2 cold meat forks, 2 sauce ladles, 2 soup ladles, 2 fish slices, 2 cheese knives, 2 carving knives and a carving fork, together with a caviar spoon and 2 caviar spreaders in the Albi pattern and twelve associated silverplate lobster forks by Martin. Length of carving knife 12 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $1,000-2,000

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A Pair of French Silverplate Four-Light Candelabra, Christofle,

each having a baluster standard with applied scrolls issuing the S-scroll candle arms set on a circular foot. Height 19 1/4 inches. $1,000-2,000 102

No Lot 103

A Pair of French Silverplate Four-Light Candelabra, Christofle,

101

the scrolling arm and urn finial insert above the repeating baluster standard, raised on a square foot with canted corners, the whole with foliate and mask decoration throughout. Height overall 12 1/2 inches. $500-700 104*

A French Silverplate Tray, Christofle,

of rectangular form with canted corners having a gadrooned edge and applied handles. Width over handles 23 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. Emanuel Feingold, Highland Park, Illinois $300-500 105*

A Set of Seven French Silverplate Bud Vases, Christofle,

of organic form with a tapering neck terminating in a bulbous base. Height 4 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $300-500 106*

Three French Silverplate Bread Baskets, Christofle, 110

comprising a pair of round examples and a rectangular example. Diameter of bowl 8 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $200-400 107*

Three French Silverplate Cocktail Trays, Christofle,

each of rectangular form with rounded corners and engraved drink recipes, together with a pair of Italian silverplate trays by Sambonet. Width of largest 11 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $150-250 108*

A Collection of Sterling and Silverplate Barware Articles,

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comprising a pair of Tiffany ice scoops and a cocktail strainer in the Century pattern, monogrammed HD, a Christofle wine server with bottle opener and drop ring set in the BY pattern and an additional bottle cap opener by Christofle. Length of ice scoop 8 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $300-500


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A French Silverplate Champagne Bucket, Etain,

A Continental Silver Covered Chalice,

of oval tapering form, each end having two circular handles monogrammed LR, the body engraved Louis Roederer, Champagne. Height 9 1/4 x width 15 x depth 9 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $100-200 110

A Neoclassical Silverplate Ăˆpergne Base, of oval form with four columnar supports. Height 17 inches. $2,000-4,000 111

A Continental Silver Vase,

of flattened baluster form, decorated with flowers, vines and butterflies in the Art Nouveau manner, stamped 925 to foot rim; approximate weight 256.60 ozt. Height 26 inches. $5,000-7,000

having a domed cover with a cross finial, over the inverted bell form bowl, above the baluster standard, raised on a conforming foot, the whole with repoussè winged masks, acanthus, palmette and scrolling foliate decoration, stamped 800 with an indiscernible maker’s mark; approximate weight 24.80 ozt. Height 14 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Ruth Stratman, Dodgeville, Wisconsin $500-700 113

A Continental Silver Brandy Ladle,

the bowl inset with a coin, having a twisted horn handle. Length 15 inches. $100-200

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A Continental Silver and Malachite Tea and Coffee Service,

comprising a teapot, coffee pot and covered sugar, each with a square malachite finial, two teacups and seven coffee cups, each with a porcelain liner, and a tray, each marked .800; approximate total weighable overall 102.94 ozt. Width of tray 14 1/4 inches. $3,000-5,000 115

A Collection of Continental Silver Table Articles, 117

comprising a Dutch export tray, a German covered silver cup with the Augsburg city hallmark, an Austro-Hungarian repoussè tray decorated with St. George slaying the dragon, and two boxes, likely German; approximate total weight 50.50 ozt. Width of widest 14 3/4 inches. $1,000-2,000

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An Austro-Hungarian Silver Tray, Vitor Nuber, of shaped rectangular form with a scroll, reeded and foliate decorated rim, the central field with conforming decoration and an unmonogrammed cartouche; approximate weight 34.10 ozt. Width 16 1/2 inches. $500-700 117

An Austro-Hungarian Silver Tea Caddy,

of bulbous rectangular form with a hinged lid, having repoussè floral and cartouche decoration, raised on four paw feet, bearing Diana’s head mark for .800 silver; approximate weight 17.53 ozt. Height 4 3/8 inches. $500-700

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118

Two Austro-Hungarian Silver Serving Trays,

each of oval form, the largest with a shaped border decorated with roses, maker’s mark BI, the second with a lobed and foliate decorated border, maker’s mark BS in a heart; approximate total weight 51.94 ozt. Length of longest 25 3/4 inches. $1,000-2,000 119

An Austro-Hungarian Silver Flatware Service for Twelve,

comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, luncheon knives, luncheon forks, teaspoons, tablespoons, demitasse spoons and eight serving articles, marked 800; 92 items total, approximate total weighable 94.08 ozt. Length of dinner knife 10 inches. Property from a Chicago Family Collection $2,000-4,000

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A German Silver Tea Service, Georg Roth & Co., Hanau, comprising a teapot with an ebonized finial and handle, a creamer and an open sugar, each having Rococo repoussè decoration throughout centered with figural scenes in cartouches, raised on spherical feet; approximate total weight overall 23.19 ozt. Height of teapot 6 3/4 inches. $500-700

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121

Two German Silver Casters, Georg Roth & Co.,

Hanau, each of baluster form, decorated with repoussè figural scenes; approximate total weight 5.30 ozt. Height 4 3/4 inches. $150-250 122*

A German Silver Tea and Coffee Service,

comprising a kettle on stand, marked L. Posen 800, a teapot and coffee pot with ivory insulators, a creamer and covered sugar, each marked with a French weevil import mark, together with a French silverplate tray, marked Ambroise; approximate total weighable overall 87.78 ozt. Length of tray 28 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. George Canty, Jr., Boca Raton, Florida $2,000-4,000

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123

A German Silver Cake Server,

Hanau, having pierced floral and figural decoration depicting a courting couple, together with an Italian silver spoon, the bowl having figural repoussè decoration, with a pierced handle depicting a sailboat, marked Made in Italy, Choppini, 800; approximate total weight 3.71 ozt. Length of first 8 3/4 inches. $100-200 124

A German Silver Coffee Service,

Nürnberg, comprising a coffee pot with ivory insulators, a covered sugar, each with ivory finials and a creamer, the lobed baluster bodies having floral, shell and cartouche decoration, raised on scrolled feet; approximate total weight overall 85.89 ozt. Height of coffee pot 10 1/4 inches. $700-900

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125

A German Silver Figural Wager Cup, B. Neresheimer and Sohne

depicting a maiden holding a rotating cup overhead, having repoussè decoration throughout, the woman’s dress forming a goblet, with English import marks for B. Muller and Sons, Chester, 1901; approximate weight 14.37 ozt. Height 10 3/4 inches. $800-1,200 126

A German Silver and Etched Glass Center Bowl,

the glass liner with a lobed rim having urn and foliate decoration, within a stand, cast with putti and foliate decoration. Width 13 inches. $800-1,200 122

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131

A German Silver Dessert Service,

A German Art Nouveau Silverplate Dresser Set, WMF,

comprising 12 spoons, 17 forks and 2 serving spoons, marked 800; 31 items total, approximate total weight 37.87 ozt. Length of fork 7 1/4 inches. Property from a Chicago Family Collection $800-1,200 128*

A German Silver Partial Flatware Service,

comprising eight dinner knives, three luncheon knives, six butters, six teaspoons, two luncheon forks and a skewer, each stamped 800 with crescent moon and shield mark, further stamped Th. Strube & Sohn; 26 items total, approximate total weighable 8.86 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Samuel and Dora Kaner, Southfield, Michigan $400-600 129

Two German Silver Reticulated Baskets,

one of footed oval form with a swing handle decorated with winged putti and floral festoons, the other of circular form with cartouches depicting putti allegorical of harvest, together with two German silver napkin holders including one of swan form; approximate total weight 30.85 ozt. Height of tallest over handle 11 1/4 inches. $500-700 130*

A German Gilt Silver and GuillochĂŠ Enamel Dresser Set,

comprising a hand mirror, a shoe horn and two glass jars. Length of longest 10 inches. Property from the Estate of Tina Lavezzorio, La Grange Park, Illinois $200-400

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comprising a hand mirror and three brushes, together with a handled basket by WMF and a coin purse mount with a belt hook and chain marked German Silver. Length of longest 10 3/4 inches. $100-200 132

A German Art Nouveau Silverplate Figural Drinks Set, WMF, having a central maiden standard issuing a bottle holder, raised on a shaped oval base set with six cordials. Width 13 1/8 inches. $300-500 133

A German Art Deco Silverplate, Ceramic and Bakelite Tea and Coffee Service, WMF,

comprising a teapot, coffee pot, creamer and sugar, each having a hand hammered finish to the silvered bodies, the coffee ceramic pot marked Hutschenreuther Gelf Bavaria Germany. Height of coffee pot 9 1/2 inches $200-400 134

A Set of Six German Silverplate Lobster Picks, WMF, each engraved with a lobster. Length 7 3/8 inches. $150-250 135

A Polish Silverplate Judaica Menorah, Fraget,

having a shaped backplate with repoussè decoration depicting a crown over a menorah flanked by lions, comprising eight ewer form candle cups and an oil pitcher, the whole raised on paw feet, marked Fraget N Plaque and numbered 2346. Height 10 3/4 inches $200-400

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Two Italian Silver Fighting Roosters, in the manner of Buccellati,

20th century, retailed by Mayor’s, having a wirework body and gilt beaks, stamped 925 in an oval. Height of taller 8 1/2 inches. $3,000-5,000 137*

Three Italian Silver Articles,

136

comprising a shaped oval tray, a bowl with repoussè floral and butterfly decoration and a jigger; approximate total weight 47.65 ozt. Width of tray 19 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth Jeffries Jaci, Chicago, Illinois $800-1,200

138

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138*

140*

A Pair of Italian Sterling Silver Two-Light Candelabra, Gio Ponti for Pampaloni,

An Italian Yachting Silverplate Ice Bucket,

Firenze, designed in 1927, in the Bicorn pattern, each having a central dolphin form finial above the tapering standard issuing the horn shaped candle arms, raised on a circular base, marked d’apres Gio Ponti, Pampaloni, 925, 176 FI; approximate total weight 71.37 ozt. Height 10 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $4,000-6,000 139

An Italian Silverplate Creamer and Sugar Set, Richard Meier for Swid Powell,

comprising a creamer, a covered sugar bowl, with a cobalt liner, and an oval tray, each with pierced geometric decoration. Width of tray 10 5/8 inches. Property of a Lady, Minneapolis, Minnesota $200-400

of cylindrical form with applied rope decoration and an enameled flag, together with a silverplate soup tureen. Height of larger 7 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $100-200 141

A Danish Sterling Silver Center Bowl, Georg Jensen,

Copenhagen, 1915-1927, model 296, designed by Georg Jensen, in the Grape pattern, the oval form bowl having an everted lip with pendant grape clusters, above the openwork grapevine base and conforming foot, bearing standard marks and model number, further having rubbed French and Danish import marks. Width 14 5/8 inches. Provenance: Reputedly purchased by Senor Enriqúe Santamarina (1887-1938) of Córdoba and later Buenos Aires, Argentina, at the Paris Exposition des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels, 1925 Thence by decent through the family to the present owner Note: Santamarina was Vice President of Argentina, 19281930 $20,000-30,000

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143*

A Pair of Danish Sterling Silver Serving Bowls, Georg Jensen,

Three Danish Sterling Silver Table Articles, Georg Jensen,

1925-1932, each in the Blossom pattern, of oval form, interior of bowl monogrammed HD, bearing standard marks, numbered 2B, underside further engraved Petronita Elisa Herrera de Tedin Uriburu - 1937; approximate total weight 39.71 ozt. Width 11 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $3,000-5,000

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each in the Blossom pattern, comprising a 19251932 oval dish, numbered 2B, further having English import marks for Stockwell & Co., London, 1931, a post 1945 tazza, numbered 2A, and a post 1945 square tray, numbered 2E, the interior of each monogrammed HD; approximate total weight 19.39 ozt. Diameter of largest 7 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $800-1,200


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A Near Pair of Danish Sterling Silver Serving Trays,

each of circular form with a beaded rim, monogrammed HD, with two removable sectioned liners, comprising a 1933-1944 Georg Jensen example, numbered 210 M, the other stamped with an intertwined SK and numbered 210 C; approximate total weight 82.15 ozt. Diameter 14 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $3,000-5,000

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145*

A Danish Sterling Silver Bowl, Georg Jensen,

1933-1944, designed by Harald Nielsen, of flared circular form, raised on a conforming foot, bearing standard marks and pattern number 575 C; approximate weight 3.88 ozt. Height 1 7/8 x diameter 5 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. George Canty, Jr., Boca Raton, Florida $150-250 146*

A Danish Sterling Silver Bowl, Georg Jensen,

post 1945, in the Blossom pattern, of circular form with applied handles, the interior monogrammed HD, bearing standard marks, numbered 2B; approximate weight 36.44 ozt. Width over handles 12 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $2,000-4,000

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147*

A Danish Sterling Silver Tray, Georg Jensen,

post 1945, in the Blossom pattern, of oval form with applied handles, monogrammed HD, bearing standard marks, numbered 2D; approximate weight 20.27 ozt. Width 13 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $1,500-2,500 148*

A Danish Sterling Silver Entrèe, Georg Jensen,

post 1945, in the Blossom pattern, of circular sectioned form, with applied handles, divider monogrammed HD, bearing standard marks, numbered 2D; approximate weight 40.21 ozt. Length over handles 12 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $2,000-4,000

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149*

A Danish Sterling Silver Serving Bowl, Georg Jensen,

post 1945, in the Blossom pattern, of oval form, interior of bowl monogrammed HD, bearing standard marks, numbered 2B; approximate weight 21.21 ozt. Width 11 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $800-1,200 150

A Danish Sterling Silver Ladle, Georg Jensen,

post 1945, in the Cactus pattern, together with five Danish sterling silver demitasse spoons by W & S Sorensen; approximate total weight overall 3.58 ozt. Length of first 7 1/2 inches. $100-200

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A Danish Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve, Georg Jensen,

in the Cactus pattern, comprising dinner knives, luncheon knives, dinner forks, luncheon forks, salad forks, tablespoons (10), teaspoons (24), dessert spoons, butter spreaders and oyster forks; approximate total weighable 161.61 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 5/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Garner, Chicago, Illinois $8,000-12,000 152*

Ten Danish Sterling Silver Serving Articles, Georg Jensen,

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in the Cactus pattern, comprising a carving knife and fork, a meat fork, a cold meat fork, a lemon fork, a coffee spoon, an escargot fork, a fish fork and two serving spoons; approximate total weighable 10.76 ozt. Length of longest 13 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Garner, Chicago, Illinois $300-500


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Five Danish Sterling Silver Serving Articles, Georg Jensen,

A Danish Sterling Silver Cheese Set, Georg Jensen,

comprising a fish knife in the Acorn pattern, a sandwich fork in the Cactus pattern, a carving set and a cheese knife; approximate weighable 0.84 ozt. Length of longest 10 inches. $150-250 154*

comprising a cheese knife and cheese slice in the Scroll pattern, together with an hor d’oeuvres fork in the Acorn pattern. Length of longest 7 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $100-200

A Collection of Danish Sterling Silver Flatware Articles, Georg Jensen,

156

comprising nine items in the Acorn pattern, including a dinner knife, dinner fork, fish fork, teaspoon, baby spoon, lemon fork, oyster fork, salt spoon and sugar spoon, three items in the Mitra pattern, including a fish serving knife and fork set, and cake server, and two salt spoons, one in the Blossom pattern, the other with a stylized foliate handle; 14 items total, approximate total weighable 13.47 ozt. Length of longest 10 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. Emanuel Feingold, Highland Park, Illinois $200-400

A Set of Six Danish Silver Chargers, Anton Michelsen,

1928, assayer’s mark for Christian F. Heise, each of shaped circular form with an engraved crest and tied reeded borders, stamped .835; approximate total weight 115.87 ozt. Diameter 10 1/2 inches. $2,000-4,000

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A Collection of Danish Gilt Silver and Enamel Flatware, Anton Michelsen,

A Collection of Danish Gilt Silver and Enamel Flatware, Anton Michelsen,

comprising various designers and years, including one spoon 1911, one spoon 1912, one spoon 1913, one spoon 1914, one spoon 1916, one spoon 1917, one spoon and fork 1918, one fork 1919, one fork 1920, one spoon 1921, one spoon 1922, one spoon 1923, one spoon 1924, two spoons 1925, one spoon 1927, two spoons 1928, one spoon 1929, one spoon and fork 1930, one spoon 1932, one fork 1933, one spoon and fork 1934, one spoon 1935, one fork 1936, one spoon 1937, one fork 1938, one spoon 1939, one fork 1942, one fork 1946, two forks 1949, one fork 1950, one fork 1952, one spoon 1953, one fork 1959, and one spoon without date and having star motif, all having maker’s mark and marked Sterling; 38 items total, approximate weight overall 57.42 ozt. Length of longest 6 1/4 inches. $800-1,200

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comprising various designers and years, including one spoon 1960, one spoon and fork 1961, two spoons and three forks 1962, one spoon 1963, one spoon 1964, two spoons and one fork 1965, one spoon and two forks 1966, one spoon and one fork 1967, one spoon and one fork 1968, one spoon 1969, one spoon and one fork 1969, one spoon 1970, two spoons and two forks 1971, two spoons and two forks 1972, one spoon and fork 1973, one spoon and fork 1974, one spoon and fork 1975, one spoon and fork 1976, two spoons and forks 1977, one fork 1978, one spoon and fork 1979, one spoon and fork 1980, one spoon and fork 1981, one spoon and fork 1982, all having maker’s mark and marked Sterling; 53 items total, approximate total weight 78.60 ozt. Length of longest 6 1/4 inches. $1,000-2,000


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A Swedish Parcel Gilt Silver Tankard, Petter Ersson Lund,

Stockholm, mid-18th century, of cylindrical form, raised on fruit-cluster feet and having a matching thumbpiece, the hinged top monogrammed with date 4 Mars, 1742 and the initials GRML and MML, bottom marked with Swedish maker’s marks PL. Height 9 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of a Florida and Southampton, New York Philanthropist and Collector $8,000-12,000 160

A Norwegian Sterling Silver Flatware Service Twelve, N. M. Thune,

comprising dinner knives, luncheon knives, dinner forks, luncheon forks (13), tablespoons, teaspoons, demitasse spoons, butter knives (6), a cheese knife, a serving spoon and a nutcracker; approximate total weighable 61.45 ozt. Length of longest 9 1/2 inches. $1,000-2,000

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A Dutch Silver Tobacco Box,

An Egyptian Silver Lidded Tureen,

1837, the circular hinged lid decorated with figures in a village setting; approximate weight 12.09 ozt. Diameter 5 1/8 inches. $500-700 162

A Continental Silver Coffee Pot,

likely Greek, having an owl form finial over the domed lid above the urn form body, having a foliate decorated band, an applied ivory handle and a spout with lion mask and swan head decoration, raised on a circular foot, bearing various marks; approximate weight overall 45.08 ozt. Height 14 1/4 inches. $700-900

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having a dove and oak branch finial over the reeded domed and oval lid with lobed and repoussè foliate decoration, above the conforming bowl flanked by hinged ring handles; approximate weight 45.31 ozt. Width 10 inches. $600-800 164

A Set of Four Russian Silver Service Plates,

St. Petersburg, of circular form, bearing maker’s mark H.T, assayer’s mark for Mikail Mikhaìlovich Karpinshiì, dated 1830, and 84 zolotniki standard mark, together with four later matching French silver examples, by J. Gruhier, bearing a Minerva mark; approximate total weight 108.68 ozt. Diameter 9 1/8 inches. $2,000-4,000


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A Russian Silver Bowl,

A Cased Set of Two Russian Gilt Silver Spoons, Pavel Akimov Ovchinnikov,

Three Russian Silver Beakers,

Moscow, 1855, with Andrei Kovalsky assay mark, of lobed circular form, with foliate decorated border; approximate weight 12.48 ozt. Diameter 8 inches. $300-500 166

Two Russian Silver Table Articles,

Moscow, by various makers, comprising a master salt cellar, bearing assayer’s mark for Viktor Savinkov, dated 1874, and a creamer, date marks rubbed, each with 84 standard mark, together with a nickel silver fluted vase, stamped Braese; approximate total weighable 5.55 ozt. Height of first over handles 3 1/4 inches. $200-400 167

Three Russian Silver Spoons,

Moscow, comprising a pair with twisted handles and engraved bowls, bearing assayer’s mark for N.V. Klark, dated 1887, and maker’s mark A.K., and a gilt example with a twisted handle, bearing assayer’s mark for V. Savinkov, dated 1888, and maker’s mark NA, each bearing 84 standard mark, together with a Continental gilt example having a faceted and foliate decorated handle, marked GI; approximate total weight 5.47 ozt. Length of longest 8 1/8 inches. $200-400

Moscow, each having a twisted handle, monogrammed H, bearing assayer’s mark for Rudolph Gustavovich Vyurst, dated 1891, 84 zolotniki standard mark, contained in a fitted silk-lined oak case, bearing a brass plaque monogrammed with an H; approximate total weighable 5.16 ozt. Length 7 3/8 inches. $500-700 169

A Russian Enameled Silver Tea Ladle,

Moscow, 1895, assayers mark for A. Sev’yer, maker’s mark C.K, of typical form with stylized foliate decoration throughout; approximate weight overall 1.65 ozt. Length 6 1/4 inches. $500-700 170*

A Russian Silver Niello Spoon,

marker’s mark of KWX; approximate weight overall 2.93 ozt. Length 7 inches. Property from the Estate of Samuel and Dora Kaner, Southfield, Michigan $400-600

various makers, of graduated sizes, largest example with repoussè floral decoration, Moscow, 1748, second largest with chased decoration depicting a village scene, Kiev, bearing second Kokoshnik mark, smallest example also with chased decoration, Moscow, 1894; approximate total weight 4.79 ozt. Height of tallest 3 inches. $200-400 172

A Russian Enameled Silver Kvosh,

having a hooked handle and curved spout, the whole with allover polychrome foliate decoration on a robin’s egg blue field and a gilt wash interior, bearing 84 standard mark, maker’s mark OM and having a spurious Fabergé mark; approximate weight overall 3.35 ozt. Width 4 7/8 inches. $500-700 173

A Russian Gold, Guilloché Enamel and Seed Pearl Inset Belt Buckle, Fabergé, St. Petersburg, of elongated octagonal form, the border having repeating leaf decoration, the body with translucent white enamel over moire engineturned decoration, stamped Fabergé in Cyrillic, bearing the workmaster mark for Henrik Wigstrom and standard 88; approximate weight overall 1.63 ozt. Length 3 inches. Property from a Distinguished Private Collector $2,000-4,000

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A Hardstone, Rock Crystal and Gold Model of a Raspberry Branch, likely Russian,

A Russian Niello Silver Cigarette Case, likely Ivan Ivanovich Futikin,

comprised of multiple nephrite leaves and fruiting stems set in a polished rock crystal circular tapering vase, the stem stamped 750. Height 6 inches. $1,500-2,500 175

A Gemstone, Hardstone, Rock Crystal and Gilt Metal Model of Strawberries,

having a nephrite blossom centered with a ruby above a group of hardstone strawberries extending from the green painted gilt metal stem issuing nephrite leaves, set in the rock crystal barrel form vase, accompanied with a custom fitted box by Cartier. Height 3 7/8 inches. Provenance: Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, October 3, 2011, Lot 797 $1,000-2,000

Moscow, 1896, assayer Aleksandr Alekseevich Smirnov, of rectangular form with rounded corners decorated with a troika scene, further having applied gold signatures and enameled elements including an elephant, a nude riding a broom and a playing card, the underside with an additional applied signature and engraved with the monogram BME; approximate weight overall 5.79 ozt. Width 4 1/8 inches. $800-1,200 177

A Russian Silver and Enamel Cigarette Case,

of rectangular form with rounded corners, the whole with polychrome scrolling foliate decoration, one side having a central cartouche decorated with three figures sailing; approximate weight overall 5.93 ozt. Width 3 5/8 inches. Property from a Distinguished Private Collector $2,000-4,000 178

A Russian Silver, Gold, Jewel Inset and Enamel Cigarette Case,

of rectangular form with rounded corners, the whole decorated with signatures, gemstones and various charms including a double headed eagle, anchor, sword, flags, boat, elephant and others, bearing second Kokoshnik mark; approximate weight overall 7.14 ozt. Width 3 3/4 inches. Property from a Distinguished Private Collector $1,500-2,500

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A Russian Enameled Silver Cigarette Case,

Moscow, bearing second Kokoshnik mark, maker’s mark rubbed, having allover foliate decoration, the interior with an Arabic inscription referring to the Kingdom of Afghanistan and a personal dedication; approximate weight overall 5.11 ozt. Width 3 3/4 inches. $600-800 180*

A French Arts & Crafts Opal Mounted Silver Cigarette Box, Paul Follot,

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of rectangular form, the lid pressed with a stylized figure of a man and trees, inscribed Sonnenberg Cup - Runner up, Lucerne 1913, won by Alexander H. Revell, with a wood liner. Width 6 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Tina Lavezzorio, La Grange Park, Illinois $300-500

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A French Silver Art Nouveau Cigarette Case, Charles Murat,

An Austro-Hungarian Silver Cigarette Case,

of rectangular form, decorated with stylized tree seed pods, further marked Depose; approximate weight overall 2.04 ozt. Width 3 1/4 inches. $400-600 182

having a central gilt band and chased foliate decoration, maker’s mark B.M; approximate weight overall 5.29 ozt. Width 4 5/8 inches. $200-400 185*

A Hungarian Gold Cigarette Case,

of rectangular form, decorated with three robed maidens with swans and a winged putto, further having a cobalt border, stamped made in Austria, 935, I.K; approximate weight overall 5.17 ozt. Height 3 x width 4 1/4 inches. $700-900

of rectangular form with engine turned decoration throughout, bearing maker’s mark AG in an oval; approximate weight 5.55 ozt. Width 3 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Chrystian Aubusson de Cavarlay, East Hampton, New York $4,000-6,000

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An Austrian Enameled Silver Cigarette Case,

An Austro-Hungarian Silver Cigarette Box,

of rectangular form with a wood liner, monogrammed BJ, together with an associated silver coaster; approximate weighable 2.38 ozt. Height of first 1 1/2 x width 6 1/8 x depth 4 7/8 inches. $150-250

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A Middle Eastern Silver Cigarette Case,

of rectangular form having repoussĂŠ and chased decoration of birds and stylized goats throughout; approximate weight 5.01 ozt. Width 4 1/4 inches. $200-400


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Three American Sterling Silver Cigarette Cases,

each of hinged form, the first by Napier with linear decoration throughout, the second example by Elgin Am MFG Co. numbered 2732911 with violet enamel decoration, the third example by Reed & Barton with geometric decoration throughout and a gilt wash interior, numbered 2502; approximate weight overall 9.71 ozt. Width of widest 4 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Dr. David G. Ostrow, Chicago, Illinois $300-500 188*

A George V Silver and Guilloché Enamel Decorated Box, Henry Matthews,

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Birmingham, 1910, having a shaped oval top over the conforming case, raised on cabriole legs; approximate weight overall 3.08 ozt. Width 3 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $200-400 189

A French 18 Karat Yellow Gold Compact, Van Cleef and Arpels,

of rectangular form having patterned basketweave decoration throughout, the hinged lid opening to a mirrored interior, bearing maker’s mark, further stamped France 18K, 8V461 VCA c, retaining original leather pouch; approximate weighable 2.48 ozt. Width 2 3/4 inches. $3,000-5,000 190*

A Continental Gilt Silver and Gemstone Snuff Box,

of rectangular form, inset with sapphires, rubies and emeralds, decorated with a peacock flanked by two floor vases, surrounded by a foliate border, stamped 800. Width 3 1/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Leslie Rohrer, Winchester, Tennessee $600-800

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A Continental Silver Box,

of square form having a hinged lid centered with a hardstone frog, stamped FD925; approximate weight overall 4.38 ozt. Width 3 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $100-200 192

An Austrian or German Gilt Silver and Glass Inset Box,

of oval form with repoussè and faux gem decoration throughout. Width 2 7/8 inches. $200-400

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An Austrian Enameled Silver Box,

Vienna, of rectangular form with and swag decoration centered with a classical figural scene, the front engraved Berenice Davida Davis, bearing standard marks for 935. Width 3 1/8 inches. $400-600

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An American Jade Inset Silver Box, Sciarrotta for Gump’s,

San Francisco, inset with a jade plaque, further decorated with gold, precious and semi-precious stones, opening to a fitted wood-lined interior, marked Gump’s, Hand Made, by, Sciarotta, L, Sterling. Width 6 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $1,000-2,000 194

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An American Silverplate, Coral and Rock Crystal Table Casket, D.L. & Co., the rectangular hinged lid centered with a cast skull mount over the conforming case with foliate decoration, raised on paw feet, together with a boxed set of eight skull and bone stirrers. Height 4 3/4 x width 5 x depth 2 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $200-400

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A Collection of Three Continental Silver Articles,

An Ivory and Tortoise Shell Veneered Necessaire Case,

comprising a snuff box, a glass and coral inset box and a reticulated fish with stone inset eyes. Width of widest 3 1/2 inches. $500-700 197

A Scottish Silver, Horn Mounted and Citrine Inset Snuff Mull, having chased thistle decoration, apparently unmarked. Length 1 7/8 inches. $150-250 198

A Victorian Silver Vinaigrette, Sampson Mordan & Co.,

London, 1872, of hunting horn form, set with a George III token and suspended from a chain, the underside of lid further bearing a registry mark; approximate weight 1.13 ozt. Width 3 inches. $300-500

of rectangular form, having a push release button. Length 5 inches. $100-200 200

A Tortoise Shell and Gold Wash Comb,

the handle with pressed vine and leaf decoration. Width 2 3/4 inches. $100-200 201

Two English Silver and Tortoise Shell Clips,

the first John Batson, London, 1890, of heart form, the second William Comyns & Sons Ltd., London, 1913, of rectangular form with canted corners. Length of longer 4 1/2 inches. $200-400

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Three Tortoise Shell Paper Knives and Page Turners,

the largest of tapering rectangular form with rounded ends, the second largest with gilt inset twist carved handle and the smallest having a handle carved as a talon clutching a sphere. Length of longest 14 inches. Property from the Estate of Chrystian Aubusson de Cavarlay, East Hampton, New York $150-250 203

Three Tortoise Shell Page Turners or Paper Knives,

comprising a page turner with a Birmingham silver handle, a paper knife with a sterling Art Deco handle and a paper knife with a gold tone foliate mount. Length of longest 15 inches. $150-250 204*

Two Continental Ivory Page Turners,

the first with a silverplate handle, the second a horn handle. Length of longer 13 inches. Property from the Estate of Chrystian Aubusson de Cavarlay, East Hampton, New York $80-120 205*

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comprising an example with German silver floral mounts, an example with French silver mounts with bow and quiver decoration and two unmarked examples. Length of longest 10 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Chrystian Aubusson de Cavarlay, East Hampton, New York $150-250 206*

Four Ivory Page Turners and Paper Knives,

comprising two page turners and two paper knives, the paper knives each with a fish form handle. Length of longest 17 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Chrystian Aubusson de Cavarlay, East Hampton, New York $150-250 207

Two Silver Mounted Articles,

comprising an ivory shoe horn with a dolphin form mount, stamped Sterling, and a celluloid page turner with an owl mount, apparently unmarked; approximate weighable 2.27 ozt. Length of longer 12 1/4 inches. $400-600 208*

Four English Silver or Silver Mounted Paper Knives,

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comprising an ivory example of saber form with a silver hilt, John Batson, London, 1878, an example in the form of a bent ruler, Charles and George Asprey, London, 1908, an example with three pierced birds, Asprey & Co., 1911 and an example with a glass handle, John Henry Hill, London, 1919; approximate weight of weighable 5.26 ozt. Length of longest 13 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Chrystian Aubusson de Cavarlay, East Hampton, New York $300-500


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A French Silvered Paper Knife, retailed by Cartier,

An American Sterling Silver Paper Knife, Whiting Manufacturing Co.,

Four Hardstone or Hardstone Mounted Desk Articles,

the tapering blade with pierced fish, fly and wave decoration, having a magnifying glass set to the end. Length 12 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Chrystian Aubusson de Cavarlay, East Hampton, New York $150-250 210*

the curved blade decorated with a seahorse and seaweed, monogrammed, stamped with the Whiting hallmark, further stamped Sterling/1732A; approximate weight 2.87 ozt. Length 12 inches. Property from the Estate of Chrystian Aubusson de Cavarlay, East Hampton, New York $100-200

An American Sterling Silver and Ivory Page Turner, Dominick & Haff,

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the ivory monogrammed MPL, silver bearing standard marks and numbered 168, together with a smaller matching French silver and ivory example, each handle having repoussè stylized thistle decoration. Length of longer 11 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Chrystian Aubusson de Cavarlay, East Hampton, New York $400-600 211*

An American Sterling Silver Paper Knife, Redlich & Co.,

in the form of a sword, inscribed Melody 1900 to the blade, bearing standard marks and numbered 1598; approximate weight 5.40 ozt. Length 13 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Chrystian Aubusson de Cavarlay, East Hampton, New York $150-250

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Five American Sterling Silver Paper Knives,

comprising an example by Tiffany & Co. with chased banded decoration, monogrammed IS, one by J. F. Fradley, monogrammed GR, numbered 1815T, one by Leonore Doskow with engraved ruler decoration, one likely by Howard Sterling Co. with stylized fern and diamond decoration, monogrammed EWD, numbered 2223, and one marked sterling, monogrammed K.A.O., numbered 3066; approximate total weight 14.29 ozt. Length of longest 10 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Chrystian Aubusson de Cavarlay, East Hampton, New York $400-600

comprising two page turners, one with floriform decoration, a paper knife with an ivory blade and a rose quartz handle, Crisford & Norris LTD., Birmingham, 1909 and a paper knife with a motherof-pearl blade, together with a composite page turner. Length of longest 14 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Chrystian Aubusson de Cavarlay, East Hampton, New York $300-500 215*

A Russian Niello Silver Mounted Page Turner,

of tapering form, the silver with scrolling stylized foliate decoration, having the first Kokoshnik mark. Length 9 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Chrystian Aubusson de Cavarlay, East Hampton, New York $100-200

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A Russian Quartz, Gilt Bronze and Malachite Veneered Paperweight,

An American Sterling Silver Candle Snuff, retailed by Thistle & Bee,

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A Edward VII Silver Measuring Implement, William Hornby,

A Sterling Silver, Malachite and Moonstone Inset Wax Seal, Pemke,

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A Figural Silver Pencil,

A Continental Silver and Rose Quartz Seal,

depicting a sleigh with a block of ice, raised on a rectangular plinth. Width 4 inches. $300-500

in the form of a duck’s head, mounted on an ebonized shaft. Width 3 inches. $150-250

London, 1905, the squared tube with an incised ruler to one side, further set with two adjustable slides inset with cabochons. Length 12 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. Mark Fritz, West Bloomfield, Michigan $150-250

in the form of a boar’s head with a retractable pencil, apparently unmarked; approximate weighable 0.12 ozt. Width 1 1/4 inches. $100-200

the handle surrounded by three griffin supports, raised on a circular base with celtic knot decoration, the seal reading Patrick Mulligis, centered with an eagle with spread wings below the Greek symbols for Alpha and Omega. Height 8 1/4 inches. $300-500

surmounted by a recumbent lion, stamped 935 with a four-leaf clover, having an unengraved base. Height 2 5/8 inches. $80-120

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A Peruvian Silver and Ostrich Egg Animalier Figure,

depicting a standing peacock with its tail spread. Height overall 11 1/2 inches. $300-500 223*

A Cartier Art Deco Style Gilt Brass and Enameled Desk Clock, Must de Cartier,

No. 03456, Ref. 8914, of rectangular form, with geometric decoration in red and black, raised on block feet, complete with the original box and fitted case, accompanied by the owner’s manual, guarantee certificate and receipt from Cartier. Height 3 3/4 x width 4 x depth 1 1/2 inches Property from the Collection of Robert Wauro, Phoenix, Arizona $5,000-7,000

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A Cartier Chromed, Enameled and Shagreen Desk Clock,

the swing handle over the rectangular case, set with a square dial having Roman numerals, raised on L-form feet, numbered 180501GD, 2749, with the original fitted case. Width 4 1/8 inches Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $300-500 225

A Cartier Fountain Pen, Pasha,

1990, having a ribbed body and contained in a fitted presentation case, numbered 5567. Length 5 5/8 inches. $500-700

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A Pair of Louis Vuitton Leather and Brass Dresser Boxes,

of rectangular form with, opening to a felt-lined interior with a leather label marked Louis Vuitton, Paris, made in France. Height 4 1/4 x width 8 x depth 4 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $300-500 227

A Pair of Silverplate Stirrup Cups, Gucci,

one in the shape of a hound, the other a horse, each marked Gucci, Italy. Height of tallest 6 inches. $200-400

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A Continental Enamel on Copper and Silver Mounted Plaque,

of rectangular form, depicting the Judgment of Solomon, stamped 925, Kohobaroba, with further mark. Width 6 3/4 inches. $500-700 229

A Set of Austrian Enamel on Copper and Gilt Metal Mounted Articles,

comprising a settee, two armchairs, a side chair and a table, having a pull out drawer, each decorated with figures in continuous landscapes. Width of widest 3 1/8 inches. $600-800

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Two Sterling Silver Miniature Tea and Coffee Services,

A Collection of English Silver Miniature Table Articles,

A Collection of Miniature Silver Articles,

each comprising a coffee pot, teapot, creamer, tea strainer with stand and matching trays, one with a covered sugar, each marked 925, together with an associated English silver set having a coffee pot, teapot, open sugar, sugar tongs and bread plate; approximate total weight 4.40 ozt. Width of tray 3 7/8 inches. $100-200 231

A Collection of Sterling Silver Miniature Table Articles,

comprising a bacon warmer with strainer insert and a water pitcher by Watson, and a serving tray, together with unmarked examples including a diminutive mahogany flatware box with six dinner knives, six dinner forks and ten spoons in the Onslow pattern, a covered sugar bowl and a wine barrel on stand; approximate total weighable 3.62 ozt. Width of widest 2 3/4 inches. $100-200

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comprising a coffee pot and open sugar by J & J Maxfield Ltd., Sheffield, 1902, a kettle on stand by Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings Shepherd, Birmingham, 1904, a lidded sugar by Asprey & Co., London, 1938, and a coffee pot, creamer, open sugar and tray, by A. Marston & Co., Birmingham, 1953, together with a French tripartite stand and 12 unmarked goblets; approximate total weighable 3.20 ozt. Width of widest 5 3/4 inches. $150-250 233

A Collection of Miniature Silver Carriages,

comprising two German horse drawn examples, including one stamped .800, the other .930, a Chinese export example of a man pulling a rickshaw, two examples marked sterling, one further marked Samurai Shokai Yokohama, and two additional Continental examples, together with a Continental bassinet, surmounted by a figure of a bird; 8 items total, approximate total weight 11.67 ozt. Width of widest 4 1/8 inches. $200-400

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comprising a set of two chairs and a dining table, marked Sterling, a chamberstick by Dominick & Haff, numbered 282, a Continental bench, marked B2S, and a Dutch breakfront, together with two silvered metal faux wicker chairs and a silvered metal medallion; approximate total weighable 5.62 ozt. Height of tallest 2 3/8 inches. $100-200 235

A Collection of Miniature Sterling Silver Table Articles,

comprising a covered entrèe, a three-light candelabra, a coffee pot, a chamberstick and a toast rack by William B. Meyers Co., a tureen, a serving tray, a goblet, a coffee pot and a sugar bowl, marked sterling, together with an unmarked tea and coffee service, comprising a kettle on stand, two coffee pots, a teapot, a creamer and a covered sugar, and additional unmarked examples including a cocktail shaker, a service bell, six coffee mugs, a lidded sugar and a barrel on stand; approximate total weighable 4.39 ozt. Height of tallest 1 7/8 inches. $100-200


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Two English Silver Belt Buckles,

A Jugendstil Silver and Amethyst Mounted Belt Buckle,

Two American Sterling Silver Aesthetic Movement Belt Buckles,

comprising a late 18th century example, likely John Pritchard, of curved rectangular form, engraved with geometric and foliate decoration, with a steel buckle fitting, and a gold washed example by William Neale, Sheffield, 1898, of rectangular form with Rococo shell and acanthus decoration; approximate total weight overall 1.92 ozt. Width of widest 3 inches. $100-200 237

A Scottish Victorian Silver and Agate Inset Buckle,

of shaped circular form with engraved decoration, apparently unmarked; approximate weight overall 0.76 ozt. Width 2 1/2 inches. $150-250 238

An Austrian Parcel Gilt Silver and Faux Gem Mounted Buckle,

first half 19th century, in two parts, having scrolling filigree and grape cluster decoration, approximate weight overall 1.85 ozt. Width 4 5/8 inches. $150-250

of rectangular form, with openwork scrolling vines, mounted with four sugarloaf amethysts to the sides and four smaller amethyst cabochons to each corner; approximate weight overall 0.85 ozt. Width 3 inches. $150-250 240

comprising a Gorham D-shaped buckle engraved with a Japanesque bird, date mark for 1879, and an elongated rectangular buckle with bright cut foliate engraving, marked Sterling; approximate total weight 2.23 ozt. Height of taller 4 inches. $200-400

A Swiss Sterling Silver Travel Watch Belt Buckle, Cyma Brevet,

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having a square dial with Arabic minutes, the case marked Brevet Dem., Sterling Silver, 0.935, together with a Continental silver belt buckle with pierced scrolling decoration, marked J star P, and a sterling silver funnel by Webster Company engraved with a camel; approximate total weighable 2.73 ozt. Width of widest 3 3/4 inches. $400-600

comprising a pair of belt buckles by William B. Kerr, hollow cast as floral wreaths joined by a bow and a pair of shoe buckles by Novelty Plate Co., of elongated hexagonal form, with foliate decoration on a blackened ground; approximate total weight 1.12 ozt. Width of widest 3 3/8 inches. $150-250

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A Sterling Silver Belt Buckle,

late 19th century, of curved rectangular form, cast in the Dutch style with cartouches of biblical figures, marked Sterling; approximate weight 3.73 ozt. Width 6 1/4 inches. $200-400 242

Two Pairs of American Sterling Silver Buckles,

A Pair of American Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Shoe Buckles, Kalo, of oval form with geometric decoration, together with a sterling Art Nouveau belt buckle of shield form with foliate decoration; approximate total weight 1.15 ozt. Width of first 2 1/8 inches. $150-250

An American Sterling Silver Egyptian Revival Belt Buckle, R. Blackinton & Co.,

circa 1880, of rectangular form with rounded corners, the whole with winged scarab and lotus stem decoration; approximate weight 1.25 ozt. Width 3 inches. $200-400

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An American Art Nouveau Sterling Silver Belt, William B. Kerr,

A Group of American Sterling Silver and Silvered Metal Accessories,

A Dutch Silver Scent Bottle,

having nine segments each cast in relief with maidens; approximate total weight 4.94 ozt. Length overall 26 1/4 inches. $1,000-2,000 247

Two American Sterling Silver Art Nouveau Belt Buckles, both decorated with irises, comprising an oval William B. Kerr example, and a shaped rectangular buckle mounted with a later pin stem, marked Sterling; approximate total weight overall 1.55 ozt. Height of taller 3 3/8 inches. $150-250 248

Three Mexican Sterling Silver Belt Buckles,

the first example having inlaid geometric decoration, by Taxco, bearing standard marks, numbered 173, the other two with stylized geometric decoration, both marked Allende, David, Sterling, 925, SM; approximate total weight overall 4.98 ozt. Width of widest 2 7/8 inches. $100-200

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comprising a pair of Art Nouveau belt clips with lotus decoration, a pair of belt clips of heart cartouche form decorated with a bust of a lady, a pair of Art Nouveau diminutive pins, a silverplate coin purse and a blackened Art Nouveau buckle, possibly gutta percha, decorated with lily of the valley; approximate total weighable 1.03 ozt. Width of widest 2 7/8 inches. $150-250 250

A Thomas Webb Cameo Glass and Silver Mounted Perfume Bottle,

of tapering form with white floral decoration on a red reserve, the English silver stopper with a band of floral decoration, likely by Robert Mitchell & Co. Length 5 inches. $500-700 251

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having English import marks, of mandolin form, with repoussè putti scenes, together with an American sterling baby rattle, a German silver diminutive figural group of a seated winged putto with a dog, and two unmarked miniature llamas. Length of first 4 1/4 inches. $100-200 253

An American Sterling Silver Perfume Bottle, Tiffany & Co.,

of heart form with a funnel, contained in a fitted case; approximate total weight overall 0.63 ozt. Width 1 1/2 inches. $150-250


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A Pair of Italian Sterling Silver and Leather Boxes, Elsa Peretti for Tiffany & Co.,

A Silver, Coin and Amethyst Cabochon Mounted Court Pin,

Firenze, the shaped rectangular lid with a slight impression and monogrammed HD, bearing standard marks with artist’s signature, further stamped Made in Italy, 1372 FI, the leather base with impressed marks to the underside; approximate total weighable 3.06 ozt. Width 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $200-400 255

An American Sterling Silver Purse, Elsa Peretti for Tiffany & Co.,

in the form of a swan, opening to a leather-lined interior, marked Tiffany & Co., Sterling, Peretti 1981, Italy, together with a Tiffany & Co. pedometer; approximate weighable overall 9.50 ozt. Width 5 1/2 inches. $400-600 256*

An American Silver Mesh Evening Bag,

the hinged frame having pierced scrolling foliate decoration and amethyst cabochon closure, suspended from a paperclip chain, the frame stamped 2792. Width 6 5/8 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $60-80

likely Spanish, the pin with a central 1775 Bavarian 10 Kreuzer coin, suspending a series of chains conjoined with an openwork navette and hung with a cross and heart pendant; approximate weight overall 0.87 ozt. Height overall 5 1/4 inches. $150-250 258

An American Sterling Silver Belt Clip, Dominick & Haff,

1877, of baluster form with engraved foliate decoration, suspending a single chain ending in a key ring and six skeleton keys; approximate weighable 0.98 ozt. Length overall 16 3/4 inches. $100-200 259

A English Silverplate Chatelaine,

having a pierced mask clip over the central section decorated with pierced foliate, bird and grotesque mask decoration, hung with six chains each with conforming decoration, each chain having a necessaire implement including a posey holder, an English silver pencil cylinder, a book form pin cushion, a chainlink coin purse, thimble and thimble holder and an ivory note pad with an English silver cover. Length overall 14 3/4 inches. For the Benefit of Lambs Farm, Libertyville, Illinois $200-400

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A French Silver Lady’s Albert Chain,

A Micromosaic, attributed to Luigi Cavaliere Moglis,

formed as a cluster of four chains with two barrel form slides, ending in a tasseled drop, the chain suspending a small Swiss .935 silver hunter case pocket watch, the enameled dial signed A. & C. Feldenheimer and further hung with an Aesthetic Movement etui with Dutch hallmarks, an unmarked key form charm, and a miniature American sterling Aesthetic Movement scent bottle with chain. Length 18 5/8 inches. $200-400 261

A Gold Lorgnette,

of typical form, monogrammed indistinctly, apparently unmarked. Length 5 inches. $100-200 262

A Yellow Gold, Enamel and Seed Pearl Pendant,

depicting a lady in 17th century attire with an empty hairwork preserve on the reverse, containing 62 seed pearls. Diameter 1 3/8 inches. $200-400 263

A Victorian Gold, Silver and Tiger’s Eye Hat Pin, circa 1880, formed as a horseshoe set with a carved head of a hound with red stone eyes, accented with a whip, mounted on a rose gold pin stem with an acanthus terminal, apparently unmarked; approximate weight overall 0.32 ozt. Length 6 1/4 inches. $300-500

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19th century, the oval panel depicting a seated setter in a landscape, set on a black rectangular background, signed LM in mosaic and mounted in a 14 karat gold frame as a brooch. Width overall 1 11/16 inch. $800-1,200 265*

An Ed Benally Sterling Silver, Turquoise and Mother-of-Pearl Inset Necklace,

the chain with repeating orb form beads, the suspended pendant with an abstracted star, further hung with silver feathers. Length overall 26 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Dr. David G. Ostrow, Chicago, Illinois $300-500 266

A Middle Eastern Silver, Turquoise and Coral Ring,

the silver with chased floral decoration, having two conically carved turquoise stones ending in coral tips. Width 1 1/2 inches. $80-120 267*

Two Tibetan Silver Pendants,

one having scrolling foliate decoration hung with bells and coral beads, the other depicting a monk with an agate bead, together with a silver pendant, likely Peruvian, hung with three necessary tools and an American sterling chain hung with a sterling and turquoise glass inset lipstick container and an unmarked Aesthetic scent bottle decorated with a fly on a hammered surface. Height of taller overall 7 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. Albert Joseph, Northbrook, Illinois $150-250


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269

A Mughal Gold, Enamel and Gem Inset Figural Group,

A Mughal Gold, Enamel and Gem Inset Figural Group,

depicting a tiger hunt, the hunter and his guide riding an elephant and being approached by a tiger, raised on an oval base. Width 4 3/8 inches. $8,000-12,000

depicting a tiger attacking a deer, raised on an oval base. Width 3 1/2 inches. $8,000-12,000

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A Mughal Gold, Enamel and Gem Inset Figural Group,

depicting a camel with a saddle across its back, raised on an oval base. Height 2 3/8 inches. $4,000-6,000 271

A Mughal Gold, Enamel and Gem Inset Figural Group,

depicting a peacock with a spread tail, raised on a stepped circular base. Height 2 1/2 inches. $4,000-6,000 272

A Mughal Gold, Enamel and Gem Inset Figural Group,

depicting horse and rider, raised on an oval base. Height 2 1/8 inches. $4,000-6,000

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A Mughal Gold, Enamel and Gem Inset Figural Group,

depicting a perched parrot, raised on an octagonal base. Height 2 inches. $2,000-4,000 274

A Mughal Gold, Enamel and Gem Inset Box,

of octagonal form, having a domed hinged lid with an ovoid finial. Height 1 3/4 inches. $3,000-5,000

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277

A Chinese Silver Tea Service,

A Set of Six Chinese Silver Beakers,

comprising a teapot with a bamboo form spout and ivory insulators, a creamer and a covered sugar, each with dragon form handles and a bulbous body decorated with an applied sinuous dragon; approximate total weight overall 37.82 ozt. Height of teapot 6 inches. $1,500-2,500 276

A Set of Twelve Chinese Silver Goblets,

each with engraved dragon decoration, together with a Chinese silver bowl; approximate weight 69.36 ozt. Height of goblet 6 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of a Florida and Southampton, New York Philanthropist and Collector $1,000-2,000

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each tapering cylindrical body with a dragon chasing the flaming pearl; approximate total weight 11.60 ozt. Height 2 1/2 inches. $500-700 278

A Set of Six Chinese Silver Cordials,

each decorated with a dragon and raised on a spread circular foot; approximate total weight 6.82 ozt. Height 2 5/8 inches. $500-700 279

Eleven Chinese Silver Teaspoons,

comprising a set of six with calligraphic handles and a set of five with dragon form handles; approximate total weight 5.52 ozt. Length of longest 4 3/4 inches. $300-500


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A Chinese Export Silver Tea and Coffee Service,

comprising a teapot, a hot water kettle on stand, a coffee pot, with ivory insulators, an open sugar and creamer, a tea caddy and a handled tray, each decorated with flowering branches, marked SF, 90 with further marks; approximate total weight overall 171.29 ozt. Width of tray over handles 27 1/2 inches. $4,000-6,000

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281

A Chinese Silver Snuff Box,

of circular form, having a hinged lid decorated with a sinuous dragon; approximate weight 3.04 ozt. Diameter 2 7/8 ozt. $80-120 282

A Japanese Silver Bowl, Hattori,

of circular form having a slightly flared lip, with hand hammered decoration throughout; approximate weight 10.38 ozt. Diameter 6 7/8 inches. $400-600 283

A Japanese Modernist Tea and Coffee Service, Toshikazu Miyata,

1950s, comprising a coffee pot and teapot, with composite insulators, a creamer, a covered sugar and sugar tongs, stamped 950 silver, together with a matching nickel silver tray; approximate total weighable overall 77.22 ozt. Width of tray over handles 26 3/4 inches. $4,000-6,000

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292

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288*

291*

Ten American Sterling Silver Indian Tribal Nations Coins, The Franklin Mint,

Twelve American Sterling Silver Zodiac Medallions, The Franklin Mint,

A Collection of American Silver Medallions,

comprising the Crow, Osage, Apache, Navajo, Paute, Papago, Hopi, Yakima, Havasupai and the Sioux tribes, set in a fitted frame and sleeve. Diameter 1 5/8 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $150-250 285*

Six American Sterling Silver Bicentennial Medals, The Franklin Mint, comprising Pennsylvania, Delaware, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey and Georgia, together with a bicentennial album. Diameter of medal 1 5/8 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $100-200 286*

A Set of Fifty American Sterling Silver Bankmarked Ingots, The Franklin Mint,

representative of each state, with a certificate stating each weigh 1000 grains, set in a fitted walnut case. Width of each 1 3/4 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $800-1,200 287*

Three sets of Proof Coinage, The Franklin Mint,

designed by Gilroy Roberts, set in a book form fitted display case with sleeve. Diameter of each 1 1/2 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $150-250 289*

Thirteen American Sterling Silver Liberty Memorial Medallions, The Gorham Mint,

each depicting one of the original colonies, set in a fitted display case. Diameter of each 1 3/8 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $150-250 290*

Eleven American Sterling Silver National Audubon Society Endangered Species Ingots, The Silver Mint,

comprising California Condor, Brown Pelican, Bachman’s Warbler, Sandhill Crane, Great White Heron, Bald Eagle, Ivory-Billed Woodpecker, Peregrine Falcon, Osprey, Greater Prairie Chicken and Eskimo Curlew examples, set in a fitted display case. Width of each 2 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $200-400

comprising two of the first coinage of the British Virgin Islands and one set of the Barbados, each in a fitted case and sleeve. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $100-200

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comprising The Silver Story having a Morgan dollar, a Peace dollar, a $1 silver certificate and silver granules, a GNC National Stock Exchange coin, a Dwight Eisenhower ingot, a Franklin Mint Collector’s Society member coin, a Free the Eagle coin, a National Wildlife Federation coin and an American 1973 Presidential Inaugural Medal, The Franklin Mint, together with a set of acrylic coin holders. Diameter of largest 1 1/2 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $150-250 292

A Collection of Seventeen Silver Super Bowl Medals,

commemorating games 1-17, most with Italian silver hallmarks. Diameter 2 inches. $600-800 293

No Lot 294

An Italian Commemorative Gold Medal, Joannes Paulus,

Milano, depicting Josyf Slipyj in profile on the obverse and having the Cardinal’s Coat of Arms on the reverse, commemorating 25 years from the date Pope Pius XII ordained Slipyj archbishop of Serrae and Coadjutor Archbishop of Lviv, Slipyj was a Major Archbishop of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church and a Cardinal of the Catholic Church, stamped 900, set in a fitted case. $1,500-2,500


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298

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An Italian Commemorative Gold Medal, Joannes Paulus,

A Group of U.S. Cents and Nickels,

An 1817 U.S. Silver Bust Half Dollar.

Milano, depicting Josyf Slipyj on the obverse and having the Cardinal’s Coat of Arms on the reverse, commemorating 25 years from the date Pope Pius XII ordained Slipyj archbishop of Serrae and Coadjutor Archbishop of Lviv, Slipyj was a Major Archbishop of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church and a Cardinal of the Catholic Church, stamped 900, set in a fitted case. Property from the Estate of Hans E. Dolz M.D., Parker, Colorado $1,500-2,500 296

A Commemorative Gold Medal from the 1972 Olympic Games,

one side depicted with a kneeling archer, the other side having the Olympic rings above the text Olympische Spiele Munchen 1972 and a standing monk, marked 900. $800-1,200 297*

A 1908 Replica Miniature $20 Gold Coin,

22 Karat, set in a fitted case. Diameter 3/8 inch. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $100-200

cents comprising a Large example dated 1842; (3) Flying Eagle examples dated 1858; (19) Indian examples dated 1860-1908; and (69) Steel Wheat examples dated 1943; nickels comprising (73) Buffalo examples dated 1915-1936; (367) Jefferson War examples dated 1942-1945; and (2) Jefferson error clipped planchet examples dated 1941 and 1963. $300-500 299

Four U.S. Liberty Nickels,

comprising (2) 1883 no cents, 1883 with cents and an 1894 example in AU/UNC condition, together with a 1936 Buffalo nickel. $100-200 300

Five U.S. Silver Coins,

comprising an 1853-O and 1854-O Seated Liberty half dimes, each with arrows, an 1886 Seated Liberty dime, an 1892 Barber dime and an 1853 Seated Liberty quarter, together with an 1894 Mexican 10 centavos coin. $100-200 301

A 1939-S U.S. Mercury Dime,

together with a 1912 Barber dime. $100-200 302

A Group of U.S. Silver Dimes and Quarters,

Property from the Collection of Mr. Raymond Vahey, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $100-200 304

Two U.S. Silver Half Dollars,

comprising an 1830 Bust example and an 1845 Seated Liberty example. $150-250 305

A Group of U.S. Silver Coins,

comprising Kennedy halves, including (4) 1964 and one dated 1968; Morgan dollars, including 1881, 1901O and (2) 1921-D; Peace dollars, including (2) 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925 and 1935-S; and an American Eagle, dated 1999; 16 coins total. $300-500 306

A Collection of Ten 1884-CC GSA Morgan Silver Dollars, each in their original case with certificate. $1,500-2,500 307

Six U.S. Silver Dollars,

comprising Morgan examples dated 1885, 1890, 1896 and 1921; and Peace examples dated (2) 1924; together with (2) 1964 Kennedy half dollars. $150-250

dimes comprising a Seated Liberty dated 1852; (154) Mercury examples dated 1920-1945; and (29) Roosevelt examples dated 1946-1964; quarters comprising a Barber dated 1910; a Standing Liberty dated 1930; and (17) Washington examples dated 1934-1964 $300-500

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314

An 1856 U.S. $1 Indian Princess Gold Coin,

A 1908 U.S. $5 Indian Gold Coin.

having a filled in hole. $150-250 309

An 1888 U.S. $1 Indian Princess Gold Coin.

Property from the Estate of Hans E. Dolz M.D., Parker, Colorado $500-700 310

An 1873 U.S. $2.5 Liberty Gold Coin. $200-400 311

A 1908 U.S. $2.5 Indian Gold Coin. $200-400 312

A 1915 U.S. $2.5 Indian Gold Coin. $200-400 313

An 1888 U.S. $3 Indian Princess Gold Coin. 332

$1,000-2,000

$300-500 315

A 1909 U.S. $5 Indian Gold Coin. $300-500 316

A 1915 U.S. $5 Indian Gold Coin. $400-600 317

A 1908 U.S. $10 Indian Gold Coin. $600-800 318

A 1926 U.S. $10 Indian Gold Coin. $800-1,200 319

A 1926 U.S. $10 Indian Gold Coin. $800-1,200 320

Three United States Currency Notes,

comprising a 1923 series $1 Silver Certificate, series 1914 $5 Federal Reserve, Bank of Chicago, note and a series 1922 $10 Gold Certificate. $200-400

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316

331

313

319

318

321

327

A Group of Great Britain and Commonwealth Coins,

An 1856 French 10 Francs Gold Coin.

comprising 66 examples, including Victoria, Edward VII, George V, George VII and Elizabeth II periods, dating 1863-1982. $80-120

$200-400 328

Two Spanish Carolus IIII 8 Reales Silver Coins,

322

one dated 1803, the other 1806, each with various chop marks, together with nine other foreign coins. $100-200

A Set of Twenty-Eight Russian Silver 1980 Olympic Coins,

329

comprising 14 Ten Roubles and 14 Five Roubles, each depicting various scenes of Russia and Olympic sports, together with a 2001 American Silver Eagle. Height of case 10 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Hans E. Dolz M.D., Parker, Colorado $300-500 323

A 1937 Austrian Gold Schilling.

Two Russian Imperial Copper 5 Kopeck Coins,

Catherine II, Ekaterinburg Mint, one dated 1770, the other 1786. $80-120 330

A 1763 British George III Guinea Gold Coin, with an applied loop for use as a pendant. $400-600

$800-1,200

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324

depicting Alexander the Great, set in an unmarked gold bezel. Diameter 1 1/16 inches. $300-500

A 1915 Cuban Ten Pesos Gold Coin. $600-800 325

An 1888 Prussian 10 Mark Gold Coin. $300-500 326

Two German Coins,

comprising a 1928A 3 Mark and an 1859 Thaler. $300-500

323

An Ancient Greek Silver Tetradrachm,

332

A 641-668 AD Byzantine Gold Coin,

Constans II and AV Solidus, set in an EF 45 ANACS holder, 4451438. Property from the Estate of Hans E. Dolz M.D., Parker, Colorado $300-500

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333

338

339

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335*

338

An American Coin Silver Ewer, M.W. Galt & Bro.,

Three American Coin Silver Serving Articles,

An American Coin Silver Cream Pitcher, Gale & Willis,

Washington, D.C., having allover floral repoussè decoration with a scrolling foliate handle, raised on a circular foot, bearing standard marks; approximate weight 47.40 ozt. Height 15 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Ruth Stratman, Dodgeville, Wisconsin $800-1,200

comprising two serving spoons, one by J.M. Barlow, the second by J&C Snyder, and a pastry server stamped 1855 coin; approximate total weight 7.54 ozt. Length of longest 8 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $100-200

retailed by Tiffany & Co., of baluster form with an applied acanthus decorated scroll handle, the body with repoussè foliate decoration, centered with a cartouche, monogrammed Paine, bearing standard marks and numbered 2347, 15; approximate weight 9.16 ozt. Height 5 1/4 inches. $300-500

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336

A Pair of American Coin Silver Tongs, William H. Whitlock,

An American Coin Silver Julep, Joseph Werne,

339*

337

New York, 1866, the circular bowl with a gilt wash finish centered with a classical profile with a Greek key border, raised on a baluster form standard with helmeted profiles; approximate weight 14.79 ozt. Height 7 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Dr. Dale E. Bennett, San Antonio, Texas $600-800

New York, first quarter of 19th century, of typical form with shell decoration; approximate weight 1.78 ozt. Length 7 1/2 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $50-70

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Lexington, Kentucky, active 1836-1874, of tapering cylindrical form, marked 4, Joe. Werne, coin; approximate weight 3.98 ozt. Height 4 inches. $200-400

An American Coin Silver Card Case,

circa 1865, of rectangular form with a scalloped rim, the body having bright cut foliate decoration and mounted with a short chain; approximate weight 1.29 ozt. Width 3 1/2 inches. $80-120

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An American Sterling Silver Compote, William Gale Jr.,


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343*

An American Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Service, Alvin Manufacturing Co.,

An American Sterling Silver Water Pitcher, Alvin Manufacturing Co.,

in the Chateau Rose pattern, comprising a teapot and a coffee pot with ivory insulators, a creamer, a covered sugar and a handled oval tray; approximate total weight overall 137.06 ozt. Width of tray over handles 22 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Tina Lavezzorio, La Grange Park, Illinois $3,000-5,000 341

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve, Alvin Manufacturing Co., in the Evangeline pattern, comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, bouillon spoons and teaspoons, monogrammed FHA; approximate total weight of weighable 39.38 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 3/4 inches. $700-900 342

A Set of Twelve American Sterling Bread Plates, Alvin Manufacturing Co., each with a rolled rim, bearing standard marks; approximate total weight 29.03 ozt. Diameter 6 inches. $600-800

of baluster form with an applied scrolling handle, together with a sterling cup by Reed & Barton; approximate total weight 24.47 ozt. Height 9 inches. Property from the Estate of Tina Lavezzorio, La Grange Park, Illinois $400-600 344

A Pair of American Sterling Silver Five-Light Candelabra, Alvin Manufacturing Co.,

each having a baluster form standard, issuing the scrolling candle arms. Height 12 1/4 inches. $200-400 345

A Set of Ten American Sterling Silver Champagnes, Barbour Silver Co.,

retailed by International, having a circular bowl with a gold wash interior, raised on a conforming foot, monogrammed ADJr, bearing standard marks, numbered 3135; approximate total weight 24.79 ozt. Height 4 1/4 inches. $500-700

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A Set of Twelve American Sterling Silver Goblets, Barbour Silver Co., 346

Hartford, Connecticut, having a circular bowl with a gilt wash interior raised on a conforming foot, each decorated with chased cartouche and floral decoration, monogrammed K, bearing standard marks, numbered 3099; approximate total weight 50.52 ozt. Height 6 inches. Property from the Estate of Ruth Stratman, Dodgeville, Wisconsin $1,000-2,000 346A

An American Sterling Silver Vase, Barbour Silver Co.,

Hartford, Connecticut, having an octagonal flared rim over the conforming tapering bowl and foot, bearing standard marks, numbered 39; approximate weight 41.07 ozt. Height 8 1/2 x diameter 12 1/4 inches. $800-1,200 347

An American Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Service, Black, Starr & Frost,

having foliate repoussè decoration throughout, each monogrammed H.K.H., comprising a kettle on stand and coffee pot with wood insulators, a teapot with ivory insulators, a creamer, a covered sugar, a waste bowl, a tea strainer and a handled tray; approximate total weight overall 353.86 ozt. Width over handles 26 1/2 inches. $8,000-12,000

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348

An American Sterling Silver Ice Bucket, Black Starr & Frost,

of cylindrical form with an octagonal finial and a swing handle, having a glass-lined interior, monogrammed JRMD, bearing standard marks, numbered 7718, together with a silverplate coaster with repoussè rose decoration. Height of first 11 3/8 inches. $300-500 349*

An American Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Service, Cartier,

comprising a teapot and a coffee pot with ivory insulators, a hot milk pot with a wood handle and finial, a creamer and a covered sugar, bearing standard marks; approximate weight overall 109.59 ozt. Width over handle 18 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $3,000-5,000

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An American Sterling Silver Center Bowl, Dominick & Haff,

An American Sterling Silver Compote, Dominick & Haff,

of footed form with cast and incised foliate decoration, marked Sterling, numbered 6810/181X; approximate weight 25.27 ozt. Diameter 10 1/2 inches. $800-1,200 351*

An American Sterling Silver Covered Bowl, Dominick & Haff,

1892, retailed by Bailey, Banks & Biddle, of oval form having heavy chased repoussè foliate and scroll decoration throughout, raised on a conforming foot, the base engraved Mary Clapp Clothier. Ballytore Wynnewood, Penna., bearing standard marks and numbered 144; approximate weight 44.40 ozt. Width 11 1/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Mrs. Lydia Cohen, San Francisco, California $1,500-2,500

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retailed by Bigelow, Kennard & Co., having a circular plate with a pierced foliate decorated border, centered with an engraved monogram LRC, raised on a conforming foot, bearing standard marks and numbered 977; approximate weight 17.68 ozt. Diameter 9 1/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Mrs. Lydia Cohen, San Francisco, California $500-700 353*

An American Sterling Silver Handled Pitcher, Dominick & Haff,

1895, retailed by Spaulding & Co., having a shaped repoussè decorated lip with a scrolling handle, over the baluster form body raised on a stepped circular base, bearing standard marks, numbered 276, 7 1/2 pints; approximate weight 51.83 ozt. Height 14 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Ruth Stratman, Dodgeville, Wisconsin $1,000-2,000

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354

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354

A Pair of American Sterling Silver Tazza, Dominick & Haff,

retailed by Wright Kay & Co., having pierced neoclassical decoration, bearing standard marks, numbered 3696; approximate total weight 33.20 ozt. Diameter 9 1/2 inches. $700-900 355*

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve, Dominick & Haff,

351

in the Rattail Antique pattern, comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, luncheon knives, luncheon forks, tablespoons, teaspoons, five o’clock spoons, fish knives (11), fish forks, butter spreaders (11), fruit knives and fruit forks; 142 items total, approximate total weighable 178.96 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Katrina McCormick Barnes, Santa Fe, New Mexico $3,000-5,000 356

An American Sterling Silver Tray, Dominick & Haff,

of circular form with a scrolling repoussè border and chased rim, unmonogrammed, bearing standard marks, numbered 6917/181, together with a circular tray with a reticulated rim by Watrous, numbered PH70; approximate total weight 40.45 ozt. Diameter of larger 14 5/8 inches. $800-1,200 357

An American Sterling Silver Tobacco Box, Dominick & Haff,

of rectangular form with hinged tobacco and match compartments, having allover scrolling foliate decoration; approximate total weight 3.42 ozt. Width 2 1/2 inches. $200-400 353

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360

A Pair of American Sterling Silver Three-Light Candelabra, Durham,

An American Sterling Silver Footed Center Bowl, Durham,

359

361

A Pair of American Sterling Silver Tazze, Durham,

A Set of Seven American Sterling Silver Goblets, Elgin Silversmiths,

the base having pierced figural and lion mask decoration, with 8 bobeches, bearing standard marks, numbered 619; approximate total weight 100.37 ozt. Height 14 5/8 inches. $2,000-4,000

having pierced figural and lion mask decoration, bearing standard marks, numbered 65; approximate total weight 47.75 ozt. Height 4 inches. $1,000-2,000

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of circular form with a pierced figural and lion mask decorated border, raised on three feet, bearing standard marks, numbered 66F; approximate weight 46.41 ozt. Diameter 14 3/4 inches. $800-1,200

New York, having floriform bowls, raised on a circular foot, monogrammed P, together with an associated serving tray by Black, Starr & Gorham, in the Dublin pattern, monogrammed BPC, numbered 449, each bearing standard marks; approximate total weight 68.04 ozt. Width of tray 15 7/8 inches. $1,500-2,500


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363*

A Pair of American Sterling Silver Three-Light Candelabra, Ensko,

An American Sterling Silver Charger, Fisher Silversmiths Inc.,

having baluster form bodies; approximate total weight 97.25 ozt. Height 14 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Scherer Higbie, Grosse Pointe, Michigan $2,000-4,000

in the Rose Bouquet pattern, of circular form, bearing standard marks, numbered 2176; approximate weight 33.14 ozt. Diameter 16 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $700-900

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An American Mixed Metals Bowl, Gorham,

An American Mixed Metals Tray, Gorham,

1882, having an undulating rim with a hand hammered finish and applied floral and bird decoration, marked Gorham Co., numbered Y50. Height 3 3/8 inches. $500-700

1883, of elongated quatrefoil form with silver on copper, centered with a tree flanked by a weasel chasing a hare and further having two flying birds, stamped with an anchor hallmark, Gorham Co., numbered B75, P. Width 11 5/8 inches. Formerly in the Ralph Esmerian Collection, New York, New York $600-800

365

An American Copper Tray, Gorham,

1882, of elongated quatrefoil form, having chased Japanesque decoration depicting a man observing a baby by a stream, marked Gorham Co., numbered B73. Width 9 7/8 inches. $300-500

367

An American Sterling Silver Teapot, Gorham,

1887, of tapering cylindrical form, the lid with a beaded finial, the body with a band of repoussè sea life, including shells, crabs and seaweed, the base with repeating anthemion and beaded decoration, the applied C-scroll handle wrapped with wicker; approximate weight overall 8.70 ozt. Height over handle 4 1/2 inches. $300-500

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366

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369*

A Rare American Brilliant Cut Overlay Glass and Sterling Silver Mounted Claret Jug, Gorham Mfg. Co.,

An American Sterling Silver Mounted Cut Glass Decanter, Gorham,

1887, the glass, likely by J. Hoare, having a thin emerald layer cut to the cranberry body with an applied clear handle, decorated with a band of repeating palmettes, the mounts with repoussè foliate decoration, bearing standard and date marks, numbered 47. Height 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. George Kelly, Chicago, Illinois $10,000-15,000

the glass of bulbous form raised on a circular foot, silver bearing standard marks, numbered S1322. Height overall 11 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of A. H. Alwan, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $150-250

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An American Sterling Silver Mounted Inkwell, Gorham,

having a diamond cut glass base, together with an American sterling mounted pen stand. Width of first 3 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $150-250 371

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve, Gorham,

in the Baronial pattern, comprising dinner forks, dinner knives, tablespoons, teaspoons (24), salad forks, cocktail forks, butter spreaders, a salad serving set, a sugar spoon, a cold meat fork and an olive fork; approximate total weighable 108.84 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 1/8 inches. $3,000-5,000

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372

Two American Sterling Silver Serving Articles, Gorham,

in the Chantilly pattern, comprising a pierced tomato server and a lemon fork; approximate total weight 2.69 ozt. Length of longer 7 3/8 inches. $80-120 373*

An American Sterling Silver Sauce, Gorham,

in the Chippendale pattern, together with a pewter example by Stieff and a silverplate silent butler by Rogers, all three with a turned wood handle; approximate weighable overall 5.69 ozt. Length of first over handle 8 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $200-400 371

374

A Set of Twelve American Sterling Silver Teaspoons, Gorham,

in the Colonial pattern, each bearing standard marks, monogrammed JSC and engraved April 30, 1868-93; approximate total weight 9.65 ozt. Length 5 9/16 inches. $100-200

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381

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An American Sterling Silver Partial Flatware Service, Gorham,

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve, Gorham,

in the Etruscan pattern, comprising 4 dinner knives, 8 dinner forks, 8 teaspoons, 4 bouillon spoons, 4 ice cream spoons and 4 butter spreaders, each monogrammed MCD, bearing standard marks, further marked Pat. 1913; 32 items total, approximate total weighable 31.76 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 3/4 inches. $500-700 376

in the Threaded Antique pattern, comprising bouillon spoons, tablespoons, cocktail forks, dessert spoons, ice tea spoons, demitasse spoons, luncheon forks, fish forks, dinner forks, teaspoons (11), dinner knives, luncheon knives, butter spreaders, a salad serving set, a carving set and a cake server, each bearing standard marks and monogrammed PMW; 160 items total, approximate total weighable 179.60 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 1/2 inches $3,000-5,000

An American Sterling Silver Cheese Scoop, Gorham,

380

377*

retailed by Shreve, Crump & Low Co., of baluster form with an applied hollow foliate handle, monogrammed, bearing standard marks and numbered A4819; approximate weight 15.750 ozt. Height 7 inches. $400-600

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Eight, Gorham,

381

378

retailed by Spaulding, comprising a coffee pot with an applied ebonized wood handle, a creamer and an open sugar, each numbered 1738, together with a Gorham sterling Samuel Woods reproduction silver caster; approximate total weight overall 49.94 ozt. Height of coffee pot 10 inches. $1,000-2,000

in the Meadow pattern, monogrammed S, bearing standard marks, Patented 1897; approximate weight 2.50 ozt. Length 7 3/4 inches. $80-120

in the Medici pattern, comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, salad forks, teaspoons, soup spoons (4) and one serving spoon. Length of dinner knife 9 1/8 inches. Property from the Dr. Myrna Salud Living Trust, Marion, Indiana $600-800

Three American Sterling Silver Articles, Gorham, comprising a bowl in the Paul Revere pattern, a trophy of low bowl form, inscribed Battlecreek, 1958 Show, Hunter Steak, Won by Lusty, and a child’s spoon; approximate total weight 39.27 ozt. Diameter of largest 10 inches. $800-1,200

An American Sterling Silver Pitcher, Gorham,

An Assembled American Sterling Silver Coffee Service, Gorham,

382

An American Sterling Silver Salver, Gorham, retailed by Spaulding, of circular form with a gadrooned border, raised on claw and ball feet, engraved Betty Regenstein Hartman to the underside; approximate weight 33.81 ozt. Diameter 12 1/4 inches. $800-1,200

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385

387

Eight American Sterling Silver Place Card Holders, Gorham for Spaulding,

An American Sterling Silver Cocktail Shaker, Gorham,

An American Sterling Silver Coffee Service, Gorham,

386*

388

A Set of Nine American Sterling Silver Wine Goblets, Gorham,

An American Sterling Silver Coffee Service, Gorham,

each in the form of a basket full of fruit and flowers; approximate total weight 1.97 ozt. Height 1 1/4 inches. Property from the Dr. Myrna Salud Living Trust, Marion, Indiana $100-200 384

An American Sterling Silver Cocktail Shaker, Gorham,

1912, of cylindrical form, the top monogrammed indistinctly, bearing standard marks, numbered 4572 A; approximate weight overall 21.22 ozt. Height 10 1/8 inches. $700-900

84

1927, having an allover hand hammered finish, with corked stoppers for cover and spout; approximate weight 21.20 ozt. Height 10 inches. $500-700

each of inverted bell form, with a tapering stem raised on a circular foot, with standard marks and numbered 272; approximate total weight 55.35 ozt. Height 6 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. George Canty, Jr., Boca Raton, Florida $1,000-2,000

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comprising a coffee pot with ivory insulators, a creamer, an open sugar and a matching round tray; approximate total weight overall 30.625 ozt. Diameter of tray 10 inches. $800-1,200

comprising a coffee pot with ivory insulators, a creamer and an open sugar, each with repoussè shell and foliate swag decoration, monogrammed EW, bearing standard marks and numbered A7841, A7842 and A7843; approximate total weight overall 29.50 ozt. Height of coffee pot 9 1/2 inches. $700-900


389

An American Sterling Silver Meat Carving Tray, Gorham, of oval form with a gadrooned edge, bearing standard marks numbered 217, together with a silverplate and ivory handled tray having a unicorn crest, by Oxford Silversmiths Co.; approximate weighable 24.15 ozt. Width of larger 16 inches. $500-700 390*

An American Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Service, Gorham,

384

385

comprising a teapot and a coffee pot with wood handles, a creamer and a covered sugar; approximate total weight overall 74.81 ozt. Height of tallest 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Evelyn Stefani, Inverness, Illinois $2,000-4,000 391*

A Set of Twelve American Sterling Silver Champagne Stems, Gorham,

having a tapering bowl over the conforming standard terminating in a circular foot; approximate total weight 32.36 ozt. Height 5 1/8 inches. Property from the Collection of James G. Haft, Winnetka, Illinois $600-800

386

392*

An American Sterling Silver Bowl, Gorham,

of footed form with fruit laden leafy branches; approximate weight 22.07 ozt. Diameter 19 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $800-1,200 393*

391

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles, Gorham, comprising an octagonal tray, a lidded entrèe with canted corners, two oval bowls, twelve nut dishes and a pair of sugar tongs; approximate total weight 101.55 ozt. Width of first 13 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $2,000-4,000

393

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A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles, Gorham,

comprising a creamer and sugar set, a reticulated plate, twelve salt cellars of two forms, six salt spoons and twelve demitasse spoons; approximate total weight 26.15 ozt. Diameter of plate 10 inches. $700-900 395*

An American Sterling Silver Mounted Dresser Set, Gorham,

395

comprising a jewelry box, two scent bottles, four brushes, one with a tray, a hook, a comb and a hand mirror, each monogrammed FCG. Width 8 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $1,000-2,000 396

An American Sterling Silver Fish Slice, Gorham,

having chased floral decoration to the blade and handle, bearing standard marks; approximate weight 3.70 ozt. Length 11 1/8 inches. $100-200 397*

An American Sterling Silver Assembled Dresser Set, Gorham, comprising a mirror, a button hook and a brush. Length of longest 8 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $200-400 398

An American Sterling Silver Creamer and Sugar Set, Gorham, each of bulbous form with an applied strap handle, with an oval undertray; approximate total weight 11.09 ozt. Width of tray 9 inches. $200-400 399

399

Two American Sterling Silver Serving Articles, Gorham, comprising a tray, numbered E915, and a tazza, numbered E923, each with a scalloped border and engraved Betty Regenstein Hartman to the underside; approximate total weight 66.73 ozt. Diameter of largest 14 3/8 inches. $1,500-2,500 400

Three American Sterling Silver Serving Articles, Gorham,

of various shapes and sizes, having stepped borders, comprising a bowl in the Chippendale pattern, numbered 42668, and a matching bowl, numbered 576, and a tray, numbered 766, each engraved Betty Regenstein Hartman to the underside; approximate total weight 59.57 ozt. Diameter of largest 11 1/2 inches. $1,500-2,500 401

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Serving Articles, Gorham, 401

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each of shaped oval form, comprising two bowls and two trays, with stepped borders, each engraved Betty Regenstein Hartman to the underside; approximate total weight 144.71 ozt. Width of widest 18 1/2 inches. $3,000-5,000


408

404

402

405*

408

Two American Sterling Silver Articles, Gorham,

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Eight, Heirloom,

A Pair of American Sterling Silver Rococo Candlesticks, Howard & Co.,

comprising a teapot with a wood handle and a covered sugar, each having wood finials and monogrammed; approximate total weight overall 25.33 ozt. Height of taller 6 3/8 inches. $500-700 403

An American Sterling Silver Bowl, Gump’s,

San Francisco, after a Paul Revere bowl, of circular form with a band of bright cut decoration, numbered 139, together with a sterling mounted glass bowl by R. Blackinton & Co., numbered X880; approximate total weighable 23.19 ozt. Diameter of first 9 5/8 inches. $400-600 404*

An American Sterling Silver and Cobalt Glass Table Garniture, Hawkes,

each with a faceted baluster standard raised on a square foot, comprising a compote with a circular bowl and four candlesticks with inverted bell form candle cups. Height of tallest 12 inches. Property from the Collection of James G. Haft, Winnetka, Illinois $600-800

in the Damask Rose pattern, comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, salad forks, teaspoons, soup spoons and butter knives; approximate total weighable 39.15 ozt. Length of dinner knife 8 7/8 inches. Property from the Dr. Myrna Salud Living Trust, Marion, Indiana $800-1,200 406*

A Set of American Sterling Silver Equestrian Smoking Articles, Herbst & Wassall,

comprising a cigarette holder, an ash receiver and a match safe, each mounted with a standing horse; approximate total weight 6.93 ozt. Length of longest 3 1/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Yolanda Pope, Hinsdale, Illinois $150-250

each of baluster form and having scrolling foliate decoration throughout, weighted. Height 10 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of a Florida and Southampton, New York Philanthropist and Collector $800-1,200 409*

Two American Sterling Silver Caster and Salt Sets, Hunt Silver Co.,

each set having a caster and open salt, one with a cobalt liner, raised on three shell cast feet, bearing standard marks, numbered 426 and 427 respectively; approximate total weight 9.52 ozt. Height of tallest 4 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $200-400

407

An American Sterling Silver Chamberstick and Snuff, Howard & Co.,

1885, New York, of George II style, with a reeded baluster form candle cup, having a conical snuffer attached with a short chain, the square base with a shell molded rim and a C-scroll handle; approximate weight 4.37 ozt. Width overall 3 7/8 inches. $150-250 87


410*

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve, International,

in the Courtship pattern, comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, salad forks, bouillon spoons, teaspoons (23), and a master cheese knife, contained in a fitted case; approximate total weighable 68.33 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Marvin and Margaret Katz, Naples, Florida $1,500-2,500 411

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve, International, in the Orchid pattern, comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, salad forks, teaspoons, cream soup spoons (10), butter spreaders (10) and six serving articles, including three serving spoons, cold meat fork, sauce ladle and a sugar spoon; approximate total weighable 77.67 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 1/2 inches. $1,000-2,000

410

412

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve, International, in the Pantheon pattern, comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, salad forks (6), cocktail forks, teaspoons, iced tea spoons, bouillon spoons, coffee spoons (6), demitasse spoons, butter spreaders, a cake server, a sugar spoon, two serving spoons and a serving fork, each bearing standard marks, further marked Pat’d 1980, teaspoons and coffee spoons further marked Pat’d 1920; 113 items total, approximate total weighable 87.94 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 inches. $2,000-4,000 413*

A Pair of American Sterling Silver Three-Light Candelabra, International

411

in the Prelude pattern, each having a baluster form standard issuing the scrolling candle arms, weighted. Height 17 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $400-600

412

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414

An American Sterling Silver Partial Flatware Service, International,

in the Royal Danish pattern, comprising 12 dinner knives, 10 dinner forks, 10 salad forks, 12 butter spreaders, 12 cream soup spoons, 14 teaspoons, 12 citrus spoons, 12 cocktail forks, 8 demitasse spoons, 3 jelly servers, 3 sugar spoons, 2 sauce ladles, a serving spoon, a carving set, 2 meat forks, a fish knife, a pie server, a bottle opener, 2 baby spoons and an iced tea spoon; approximate total weighable 126.71 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 3/4 inches. $2,000-4,000 415

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve, International,

in the Spring Glory pattern, comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, luncheon forks, teaspoons (24), butter spreaders, cocktail forks, ice tea spoons (11), serving spoons (7), a cheese knife, a sauce ladle, a cake server and two serving forks, contained in a fitted box; approximate total weighable 119.42 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 1/8 inches. $2,000-4,000

416

416*

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve, International,

in the Wedgwood pattern, comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, luncheon forks, salad forks, luncheon spoons, dessert forks, cocktail forks, butter spreaders, soup spoons, demitasse spoons and 3 serving spoons; approximate total weighable 124.14 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $3,000-5,000 417*

Two American Sterling Silver Trays, International, in the Windsor pattern, one square, the other rectangular, together with a tray by R. Wallace & Sons; approximate total weight 27.63 ozt. Width of widest 10 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $400-600

415

414

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418*

Two American Sterling Silver Candlesticks, International,

of squared tapering form, raised on a circular foot, mounted as lamps. Height 16 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $500-700 419*

Twelve American Sterling Silver Cordials, International,

each of tapering form with grape decoration and monogrammed S, having a gilt wash interior, marked 3183C; approximate total weight 23.87 ozt. Height 3 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $500-700

420

420

A Pair of American Sterling Silver Trumpet Vases, International, of tapering form with an undulating rim and chased floral decoration, raised on a circular foot, bearing standard marks, numbered V 136-1, further marked 16 in., weighted. Height 16 inches. $800-1,200 421

An American Sterling Silver Fish Slice and Fork, Justis & Armiger,

each having chased decoration throughout, the slice further decorated with a fish; approximate total weight 6.13 ozt. Length of longer 12 3/8 inches. $100-200

419

422

Three American Sterling Silver Articles, S. Kirk & Son,

comprising a salver with a repoussè foliate decorated band, 1896-1924, monogrammed GFC to center, raised on four claw and ball feet, engraved June 3, 1908 to the underside, and a creamer and open sugar, 1868-1890, each of squat circular form with overall floral repoussè decoration, monogrammed LES and dated 1889 to the underside; approximate total weight 30.23 ozt. Diameter of tray 12 inches. $800-1,200 423

An American Sterling Silver Picture Frame, S. Kirk & Son,

1896-1924, of oval form, with overall floral repoussè decoration, numbered 21. Height 7 5/8 inches. $300-500 424

An American Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Service, S. Kirk & Son,

424

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comprising a teapot, coffee pot and a kettle on stand with ivory insulators, a creamer, covered sugar, waste bowl and a tea strainer, each bearing standard marks, numbered 200, kettle numbered 101, C, engraved Elizabeth Kimberly Hazlehurst 1928, together with an associated sterling lid and a silverplate tray; approximate total weighable overall 180.73 ozt. Height of kettle on stand 13 inches. $5,000-7,000


425

428

426

427

425

427*

A Set of Six American Sterling Silver Goblets, S. Kirk & Son,

An American Sterling Silver Compote, S. Kirk & Son,

having foliate repoussè decoration to the cup and foot, marked S. Kirk & Son, Sterling, 72F, Hand Decorated; approximate total weight 30.96 ozt. Height 6 3/4 inches. $1,500-2,500 426

An American Sterling Silver Water Pitcher, S. Kirk & Son,

having allover repoussè foliate decoration, marked Sterling 925/1000, 12; approximate weight 24.55 ozt. Height 7 3/4 inches. $600-800

having a foliate repoussè border; approximate weight 6.3 ozt. Diameter 6 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $500-700 428*

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve, S. Kirk & Son, in the Primrose pattern, comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, tablespoons, teaspoons (14), salad forks, butter spreaders and two serving spoons; approximate total weighable 71.21 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $1,500-2,500

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429

433

437

An Assembled Set of Eight American Sterling Silver Napkin Holders, S. Kirk & Son,

An American Sterling Silver Footed Bowl, S. Kirk and Son,

A Set of Eight American Sterling Silver Goblets, Mueck-Carey Co.,

434

438*

A Set of Four American Sterling Silver Candlesticks, Lunt,

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Eight, Oneida,

each of rectangular clip form with floral repoussè decoration, three numbered 17, including one engraved Henry and five numbered 17F; approximate total weight 4.53 ozt. Width 1 3/4 inches. $300-500 430

An American Sterling Silver Partial Tea Service, S. Kirk & Son,

1925-1932, comprising an open sugar, creamer and undertray, each having foliate repoussè decoration; approximate total weight 26.54 ozt. Diameter of tray 10 inches. $700-900 431

An Assembled American Sterling Silver Coffee Service, S. Kirk & Son, each with repoussè floral decoration, comprising a baluster form coffee pot with ivory insulators, a creamer and an open sugar, having unmonogrammed cartouches; approximate total weight overall 29.27 ozt. Height of coffee pot 10 1/4 inches. $800-1,200 432

Three American Sterling Silver Articles, S. Kirk & Son,

comprising a pair of low dishes having a repoussè floral decorated rim and one footed bowl, numbered 409215 F; approximate total weight 17.32 ozt. Diameter 6 1/4 inches. $200-400

of circular form with a repoussè rim, raised on three feet, together with a salt and pepper set by Empire; approximate total weighable 5.18 ozt. Diameter 5 inches. $150-250

of baluster form with reeded edges, bearing standard marks, numbered 2341, further stamped pitch filled. Height 10 inches. $150-250 435

An American Sterling Silver Center Bowl, Mauser Manufacturing Co.,

of low form having a shaped border with pierced foliate repoussè decoration; approximate weight 110.74 ozt. Diameter 18 inches. $3,000-5,000 436

A Set of Twelve American Sterling Silver Teacup Holders, Mauser Manufacturing Co., having reticulated decoration and reeded handles, with Lenox liners; approximate total weighable 8.12 ozt. Height over handle 2 3/4 inches. $400-600

each of bulbous form raised on a circular foot, monogrammed HP, bearing standard marks, approximate total weight 77.02. Height 5 3/8 inches. $1,500-2,500

in the Engagement pattern, comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, salad forks, bouillon spoons, teaspoons, butter spreaders, oyster forks, two serving spoons, a cold meat fork, a sauce ladle and a sugar spoon, together with a silverplate dinner knife; approximate total weighable 51.11 ozt. Length of dinner knife 8 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Marvin and Margaret Katz, Naples, Florida $800-1,200 439*

A Pair of American Sterling Silver Candlesticks, Preisner, each of baluster form with etched glass shades, weighted. Height overall 10 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $200-400 440

A Collection of Sixteen American Sterling Silver Cordials, Randahl, of tapering fluted form, raised on a circular foot, bearing standard marks, numbered 13; approximate total weight 11.72 ozt. Height 3 inches. $200-400

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442

441

An American Sterling Silver Compote, Redlich & Co.,

retailed by Alsted-Kasten Co., having a circular bowl with a flattened rim, the border with repoussè scrolling foliate and floral spray decoration, raised on a conforming foot, bearing standard marks and numbered 4296E, together with an associated reticulated example monogrammed EW, by Watson, numbered 3135; approximate total weight 21.12 ozt. Diameter 9 1/2 inches. $500-700 442

436

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve, Reed & Barton,

in the Burgundy pattern, comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, salad forks, teaspoons, cream soup spoons, cocktail forks, a ladle and a fish knife, together with a bowl and four serving articles in the Francis I pattern; approximate total weighable 119.00 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 1/8 inches. $2,000-4,000 443*

An American Silverplate Partial Flatware Service, Reed & Barton,

in the Corsican pattern, designed by George L. Turner, each engraved Manalapan Club, comprising 86 dinner knives, 82 luncheon knives, 84 butter spreaders, 56 iced tea spoons, 122 tea spoons, 48 tablespoons, 107 bouillon spoons, 19 cream soup spoons, 40 serving spoons, 256 dinner forks and 72 cocktail forks; 958 items total. Length of dinner knife 9 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Benjamin II, Manalapan, Florida $200-400 444*

An American Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Service, Reed & Barton, in the Devonshire pattern, comprising a teapot and coffee pot with ivory insulators, a creamer, a covered sugar and a waste bowl; approximate weight overall 124.41 ozt. Height of tallest 11 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Sumner Barenberg, Chicago, Illinois $4,000-6,000

444

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445

445

447*

449

An American Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Service, Reed & Barton,

An American Sterling Silver Coffee Pot, Reed & Barton,

An American Sterling Silver Salad Set, Reed & Barton,

in the Francis I pattern, comprising a teapot, a coffee pot and a kettle on stand with ivory insulators, a creamer, a covered sugar and a handled tray; approximate total weight overall 326.57. Width of tray 30 1/2 inches. $25,000-35,000 446

A Set of Four American Sterling Silver Goblets, Reed & Barton,

in the Francis I pattern, having repoussè cornucopia decoration, marked Reed and Barton, Sterling, X569C; approximate total weight 22.42 ozt. Height 6 1/4 inches. $800-1,200

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in the Francis I pattern, with ivory insulators, 1 1/2 pints, bearing standard marks, numbered 570A; approximate weight overall 25.55 ozt. Height 11 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Ruth Stratman, Dodgeville, Wisconsin $700-900 448*

Two American Sterling Silver Articles, Reed & Barton,

each in the Francis I pattern comprising a cigarette holder and an ash receiver; approximate total weight 4.23 ozt. Height of taller 2 1/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Garner, Chicago, Illinois $300-500

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in the Les Six Fleurs pattern; approximate total weight 10.60 ozt. Length of longest 9 3/4 inches. $200-400 450

A Pair of American Sterling Silver Goblets, Reed & Barton,

1940, the circular bowl above a rooster and spherical standard, raised on a circular foot, monogrammed SBH, bearing standard marks and numbered X55; approximate total weight 8.28 ozt. Height 4 5/8 inches. $100-200 451

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452

455

An American Sterling Silver Luncheon Set, Reed & Barton,

An American Sterling Silver Trumpet Vase, Reed & Barton,

comprising a jelly server, a cocktail fork, a sauce ladle, a petit four server and a sandwich fork, together with six Chinoiserie iced tea spoons with various finials above the faux bamboo handle and flower bowl, stamped 950, and 17 various souvenir spoons, including two in copper; approximate total weight of first two sets 8.06 ozt. Length of longest 8 3/8 inches. $300-500 453

An American Sterling Silver Coffee Service, Reed & Barton,

comprising a coffee pot with a wood handle, a creamer and an open sugar, each monogrammed, bearing standard marks, numbered 346; approximate total weight overall 15.40 ozt. Height of coffee pot 9 7/8 inches. $500-700

having a reticulated rim raised on a circular foot, bearing standard marks and numbered 631 C, together with an associated example by Fisher Silversmiths, in the Rose Bouquet pattern, bearing standard marks and numbered 687; approximate weighable 9.57 ozt. Height of first 13 1/8 inches. $200-400 456*

An American Sterling Silver Bowl, Reed & Barton, of flared circular form, raised on a conforming foot, bearing standard marks, numbered 633, together with two Reed & Barton silverplate water pitchers; approximate total weighable 13.84 ozt. Diameter of bowl 8 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. George Canty, Jr., Boca Raton, Florida $300-500

454*

An American Sterling Silver Tray, Reed & Barton, of circular form with an anthemion decorated border, bearing standard marks, numbered X497; approximate weight 22.65 ozt. Diameter 14 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $600-800

446

447

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460

462

457

461

465

An American Sterling Silver Creamer and Sugar Set, Reed & Barton,

An Assembled Set of Seven American Sterling Silver Presidential Julep Cups, Mark J. Scearce,

An American Sterling Silver Bowl, Sciarrotta,

each bearing standard marks and numbered X390, the creamer marked Paul Revere Miniature, the creamer marked Paul Revere Reproduction, with an oval undertray numbered X48, together with a sauce ladle by Whiting, an olive fork by Watrous Mfg. Co. and a soup spoon by Gorham; approximate total weight 15.95. Width of tray 9 1/8 inches. $300-500 458

Shelbyville, Kentucky, each of cylindrical form with a beaded band of decoration to the top and bottom rim, comprising four examples commemorating Dwight D. Eisenhower, one John F. Kennedy, one Richard M. Nixon and one Lyndon B. Johnson, each bearing standard marks, together with an associate example by S. Kirk & Son, numbered 277, with an engraved dedication; approximate total weight 37.79 ozt. Height 3 1/8 inches. $1,000-2,000

An American Sterling Silver Basket, Reed & Barton,

462*

of lobed pierced form with an affixed handle, monogrammed indistinctly, bearing standard marks, numbered 326A; approximate weight 9.30 ozt. Diameter 8 3/4 inches. $200-400 459*

An American Sterling Silver Creamer and Sugar Set, F.B. Rogers Silver Co., each of baluster form with applied handles and raised on cabriole legs ending in paw feet; approximate total weight 7.64 ozt. Height of taller over handles 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. George Canty, Jr., Boca Raton, Florida $150-250

An American Sterling Silver Partial Tea Service, A.G. Schultz & Co.,

Baltimore, first half 20th century, comprising a teapot and a covered sugar, each of baluster form decorated with a grapevine motif throughout; approximate total weight 50.22 ozt. Height of taller 11 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $1,000-2,000 463

An American Sterling Silver Bowl, Alfredo Sciarrotta for Black, Starr & Gorham,

460*

of shallow oval form, raised on four openwork supports; approximate weight 3.85 ozt. Width 8 inches. $200-400

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Eight, Royal Crest,

464

comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, salad forks, teaspoons, bouillon spoons (9), a carving fork and knife, a salad serving set, and a pastry server; approximate total weighable 41.87 ozt. Length of dinner knife 8 1/4 inches. Property from the Dr. Myrna Salud Living Trust, Marion, Indiana $700-900 96

An American Sterling Silver Bowl, Sciarrotta,

in the form of a leaf; approximate weight 3.72 ozt. Width 5 1/4 inches. $200-400

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of oval form raised on an S-scroll foot; approximate weight 11.99 ozt. Width 11 7/8 inches. $200-400 466

An American Sterling Silver Dish, Sciarrotta, of leaf form raised on three spherical feet; approximate weight 2.43 ozt. Length 7 inches. $200-400 467

An American Sterling Silver Entrèe Set, Frank W. Smith,

in the Chippendale pattern, comprising a divided bowl with a cover and undertray, undertray monogrammed eTe, bearing standard marks, numbered 200 and 348; approximate total weight 35.50 ozt. Width of tray 11 inches. $700-900 468*

An American Partial Sterling Silver Flatware Service, Frank W. Smith,

in the Fiddle Thread pattern, comprising 12 dinner knives, 12 dinner forks, 8 luncheon knives, 4 luncheon forks, 12 tablespoons, 14 teaspoons, 12 soup spoons, 12 bouillon spoons, 11 ice cream spoons, 12 iced tea spoons, 10 butter knives, 11 cocktail forks, 3 demitasse spoons, 7 citrus spoons, 2 serving spoons and a cake server; approximate total weighable 157.10 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $2,000-4,000


469*

An American Sterling Silver Tea Service, Spaulding & Co.,

Chicago, comprising a teapot with ivory insulators, a creamer and open sugar, each bearing standard marks and numbered 1082, together with an associated sterling tray by Frank W. Smith, numbered K 57, each monogrammed HD; approximate total weight overall 34.16 ozt. Width of tray 12 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $700-900

461

470*

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service, Thomae Co.,

comprising 12 dinner forks, 12 luncheon forks, 18 teaspoons, 2 tablespoons, a berry spoon and a sauce ladle, together with 12 associated Gorham salad forks and 12 soup spoons; approximate total weight 75.27 ozt. Length of first 7 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $1,000-2,000

469

470

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471

An American Sterling Silver Honey Pot, Tiffany & Co.,

1851-1856, the domed pot having a stylized knot finial and a hinged lid, set on a dished base with circular feet and engraved decoration throughout, monogrammed Emily from Auntie, stamped Tiffany & Co., numbered 126, 1010; approximate weight 5.94 ozt. Height 4 3/4 inches. $1,000-2,000 472

An American Sterling Silver Ink Well, Tiffany & Co.,

472

1885, of rectangular form, numbered 8549 M 74; approximate weight 10.59 ozt. Length 5 3/4 inches. $1,000-2,000 473

An American Sterling Silver Flask, Tiffany & Co., of rectangular form with rounded corners, having a separating base, the flask bearing standard marks with pattern number 2789 and order number 4071, under the directorship of John C. Moore II; approximate weight 6.58 ozt. Length 5 1/4 inches. $500-700 474 471

An American Sterling Silver Ewer, Tiffany & Co.,

473

circa 1890, of baluster form, the body decorated with a band of Carthaginian soldiers, the applied handle with grape and leaf decoration, bearing standard marks, pattern number 10485, order number 223; approximate weight 51.01 ozt. Height 17 3/4 inches. $4,000-6,000 475

An American Sterling Silver Revere Reproduction Bowl, Tiffany & Co.,

1947-1957, bearing standard marks, numbered 19054, further marked Reproduction, original made in, London 1734; approximate weight 5.84 ozt. Height 2 1/8 x diameter 4 1/8 inches. $200-400 476

476

An American Sterling Silver Bowl, Tiffany & Co.,

post 1950, of decagonal form, together with a Mexican made woven silver basket retailed by Tiffany & Co.; approximate total weight 22.24 ozt. Diameter of first 8 inches. $600-800 477

An American Sterling Silver Trumpet Vase, Tiffany & Co.,

1956-1965, in the form of a calla lily, raised on a circular foot, bearing standard marks and pattern number 23509; approximate weight 10.97 ozt. Height 9 1/2 inches. $300-500 478

An American Sterling Silver Salver, Tiffany & Co.,

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1956-1965, of circular form raised on foliate decorated columnar feet, bearing standard marks, numbered 22860, together with a lobed center bowl by Randahl, bearing standard marks, numbered R1813; approximate total weight 32.62 ozt. Diameter of first 8 1/8 inches. $700-900


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A Set of Fourteen American Sterling Silver Oyster Forks, Tiffany & Co.,

An American Sterling Silver Vase, Tiffany & Co.,

480*

circa 1905, of handled amphora form with etched laurel branch and palmette decoration, bearing standard marks, pattern number 16398 and order number 1916; approximate weight 105.02 ozt. Height 20 inches. Provenance: Sotheby’s, New York, NY, 06 December 2002, 20th Century Works of Art, Lot 13 $9,000-12,000

Two American Sterling Silver Flatware Articles, Tiffany & Co.,

484*

in the English King Pattern, unmonogrammed; approximate total weight 13.07 ozt. Length 6 inches. Property from the Collection of James G. Haft, Winnetka, Illinois $300-500

in the Wave Edge pattern, comprising a butter server and a sugar scoop; approximate total weight 2.71 ozt. Length of longer 7 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. Larry Whitlow, Oak Brook, Illinois $200-400 481*

An American Gilt Sterling Silver Partial Fruit Service, Tiffany & Co.,

in the Winthrop pattern, comprising 11 knives and 10 forks; approximate total weighable 11.72 ozt. Length of knife 7 3/8 inches. Property from the Collection of James G. Haft, Winnetka, Illinois $300-500 482

An Assembled Set of Four Sterling Silver Candlesticks, retailed by Tiffany & Co.,

483

An American Sterling Silver Trumpet Vase, Tiffany & Co.,

in the form of a calla lily, raised on a circular foot, bearing standard marks and numbered 23425; approximate weight 20.97 ozt. Height 12 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $800-1,200 485*

An American Sterling Silver Vase, Tiffany & Co.,

circa 1926, of tapering form raised on a circular foot, having foliate decoration to mouth, bearing standard marks, numbered 20610A-10048; approximate weight 8.24 ozt. Height 8 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $300-500

each having a ribbon-tied festoon decorated candle cup, over the tapering columnar standard, set on a square base, three stamped sterling made for Tiffany & Co., the fourth stamped Crighton Brothers, London & New York, weighted. Height of tallest 13 inches. $2,000-4,000 99


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An American Sterling Silver Coffee Service, Tiffany & Co.,

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Table Articles, Tiffany & Co.,

comprising a coffee pot with an applied ebonized handle, numbered 22604, a creamer, 22988, an open sugar bowl, 22938, and a circular tray, 25212; approximate total weight overall 51.84 ozt. Diameter of tray 12 inches. $800-1,200 487

An American Sterling Silver Salver, Tiffany & Co., of circular form, with a central monogram BRH, marked Tiffany & Co., Sterling, numbered 593; approximate weight 28.24 ozt. Diameter 12 1/8 inches. $600-800 488*

An American Sterling Silver Water Pitcher, Tiffany & Co.,

of ovoid form with reeded bands, pattern number 18184B and order number 892; approximate weight 32.73 ozt. Height 7 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $800-1,200

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comprising three open salts with spoons, four ash receivers, a nut dish and an oval dish; approximate total weight 25.15 ozt. Width of widest 12 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $600-800 490*

Three American Sterling Silver Casters, Tiffany & Co.,

1907-1947, each of baluster form with raised and incised decoration, bearing standard marks, pattern number 19315A and order number 7877; approximate total weight 10.86 ozt. Height 5 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $200-400 491*

A Cased Set of Twelve American Sterling Silver Demitasse Spoons, Tiffany & Co., each with a different floral decorated handle, together with an associated set of eight by Reed & Barton; approximate total weight 7.17 ozt. Width of case 10 7/8 inches. Property from the Collection of James G. Haft, Winnetka, Illinois $400-600

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Seven American Sterling Silver Articles, Tiffany & Co.,

An American Sterling Silver Center Bowl, Tiffany & Co.,

comprising two lighters, an ash receiver, an apple form pill box, a clothespin, a tea strainer and a sewing implement, together with a pill box by R. Blackinton & Co.; approximate total weighable 3.11 ozt. Length of longest 4 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $200-400 493

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Objects, Tiffany & Co.,

comprising two leaf form dishes, four rectangular ash receivers and a small covered bowl; approximate total weight 17.70 ozt. Length of longest 5 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of a Florida and Southampton, New York Philanthropist and Collector $300-500 494*

An American Sterling Silver Ink Well, Tiffany & Co.,

decorated in the classical taste, with a hinged lid and glass liner, bearing standard marks, pattern number 21190Y and order number 8396, further marked CAST; approximate total weighable 9.76 ozt. Height 3 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $400-600

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2003, of circular tapering form, raised on an undulating conforming circular foot, monogrammed HD, bearing standard marks, numbered 23428; approximate weight 23.820 ozt. Diameter 10 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $800-1,200 496*

An American Mixed Metal Punch Bowl, Tiffany & Co.,

2004, of circular form with hand hammered decoration throughout, the body having a rolled undulating rim over a seascape depicting various sea life including fish, seahorse, starfish, coral, shells and sand, raised on a conforming circular base with shell form feet, monogrammed to interior HD, bearing standard marks and numbered 26141, further stamped Other Metals, Hand Chased; approximate weight overall 67.69 ozt. Diameter 12 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $4,000-6,000

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An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve, Towle,

in the King Richard pattern, comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, salad forks, tablespoons, teaspoons (20), bouillon spoons, iced tea spoons (13), butter spreaders, cocktail forks, two carving sets and 14 additional serving articles, including a cake server, a sauce ladle, sugar tongs, a master butter, a lemon fork, an olive fork, a salad serving set and others; 135 items total, approximate total weighable 173.67 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 3/4 inches. $3,000-5,000 498

An American Sterling Silver Partial Flatware Service, Towle,

502

in the King Richard pattern, comprising 15 dinner forks, 16 dinner knives, 14 salad forks, 16 tablespoons, 15 teaspoons, 15 butter spreaders, 16 lemon forks, a cheese server, a sauce ladle, an olive fork, a pierced serving spoon, a pierced flat spoon, a cold meat fork and three additional serving spoons, together with two pairs of Gorham Heritage silverplate salad tongs; 118 items total, approximate total weighable 142.76 ozt. Length of dinner knife 8 5/8 inches. $3,000-5,000

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An American Sterling Silver Partial Flatware Service for Twelve, Towle,

An American Sterling Silver Partial Flatware Service, Towle,

in the Lady Diana pattern, comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, salad forks, teaspoons (16), tablespoons (8), soup spoons (5), cocktail forks (8), and a serving spoon; 66 items total, approximate total weighable 75.04 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of a Florida and Southampton, New York Philanthropist and Collector $1,500-2,500 500

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve, Towle,

in the Louis XIV pattern, comprising dinner knives (11), luncheon knives, dinner forks (11), luncheon forks (11), dessert forks (11), salad forks, oyster forks, ice cream forks, butter spreaders (13), tablespoons, teaspoons, cream soup spoons, iced tea spoons, fruit spoons (11), citrus spoons, bouillon spoons, a sauce ladle, a lemon fork, an olive fork, a master butter, a cheese knife, two pierced spoons, two serving forks, and 8 serving spoons; approximate total weighable 198.97 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 1/4 inches. $4,000-6,000 501

An American Sterling Silver Partial Flatware Service, Towle,

in the Orchid pattern, comprising 6 tablespoons, 5 dinner forks, 6 teaspoons and 12 demitasse spoons, together with 6 associated butter spreaders, marked H811; approximate total weight 26.75 ozt. Length of longest 8 inches. $500-700

in the Old Colonial pattern, comprising 10 dinner knives, 13 dinner forks, 8 salad forks, 20 fruit spoons, 8 bouillon spoons, 8 iced tea spoons, 8 cocktail forks, 7 butter spreaders, a pair of sugar tongs, 2 sauce ladles and 3 serving spoons; 88 items total, approximate total weighable 90.04 ozt. Length of dinner knife 8 3/4 inches. $1,500-2,500 502*

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve, Tuttle,

in the Onslow pattern, comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, salad forks, bouillon spoons, teaspoons (14), butter spreaders and a serving spoon; approximate total weighable 92.37 ozt. Length of dinner knife 8 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Pearl Kravit, Milwaukee, Wisconsin $2,000-4,000 503

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve, Wallace,

in the Grand Baroque pattern, comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, luncheon forks, tablespoons (11), teaspoons, butter spreaders, a sauce ladle, a sugar scoop, a butter server and a serving fork and spoon; approximate total weighable 86.31 ozt. Length of dinner knife 8 7/8 ozt. $1,500-2,500

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An American Sterling Silver Creamer and Sugar, Wallace, in the Grand Baroque pattern, bearing standard marks, numbered 4851-9; approximate total weight 9.15 ozt. Height of taller 4 3/8 inches. $150-250 505

An American Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Service, Wallace,

in the Rhythm pattern, comprising a teapot and a coffee pot with ivory insulators, a creamer, a covered sugar, a waste bowl and a serving tray, each monogrammed P, bearing standard marks, tray numbered 2300, other articles numbered 3900; approximate total weight overall 151.40 ozt. Width of tray 21 1/4 inches. $3,000-5,000

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506

A Collection of Thirteen American Sterling Silver Goblets, Wallace, of tapering fluted form raised on a circular base, bearing standard marks, numbered 14; approximate total weight 72.95 ozt. Height 6 3/4 inches. $1,500-2,500 507*

An American Sterling Silver Pitcher, Wallace,

of baluster form having an applied hollow handle, monogrammed KMG, bearing standard marks, numbered 3955, further marked 3 1/2 pts.; approximate weight 13.58 ozt. Height 8 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Garner, Chicago, Illinois $300-500 508

506

A Collection of Five American Sterling Silver Sorbets, Wallace,

having a circular bowl raised on a circular foot, bearing standard marks, numbered 15; approximate total weight 16.03 ozt. Height 3 1/8 inches. $300-500 509

A Set of Thirteen American Sterling Silver Ash Receivers, Wallace, each of hexagonal form with swag decoration, together with 12 ash receivers by Rogers; approximate total weight 18.91 ozt. Width of widest 6 inches. $400-600 510*

A Pair of American Sterling Silver Dishes, Wallace,

each of heart form with pierced scrolling decoration, each bearing standard marks, numbered 4850-9; approximate total weight 4.59 ozt. Length 6 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $150-250 505

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517

511

514

An American Sterling Silver Partial Flatware Service, Watrous Mfg. Co.,

An American Sterling Silver Water Pitcher, Watson Company,

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515

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve, Watson Company,

An American Sterling Silver Revere Reproduction Bowl, Watson Company,

comprising 6 dinner knives, 5 dinner forks, 5 salad forks, 6 teaspoons, 5 bouillon spoons and 3 serving spoons, together with a pierced serving spoon by Towle, a teaspoon by Watson and a salad serving set, marked sterling; approximate total weighable 20.71 ozt. Length of dinner knife 8 3/4 inches. $600-800

in the Martha Washington pattern, comprising dinner forks, salad forks, dessert forks, tablespoons, teaspoons, bouillon spoons, ice cream spoons, iced tea spoons, citrus spoons, dinner knives, butter spreaders and seven serving articles, monogrammed, set within a case; approximate total weighable 119.61 ozt. Length of dinner knife 8 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Dr. Kobacker, Toledo, Ohio $2,000-4,000 513

An American Sterling Silver Cake Basket, Watson Company,

having a stationary handle over the circular bowl; approximate weight 17.24 ozt. Diameter 11 inches. $400-600

of baluster form with an applied scrolling handle, bearing standard marks, numbered U7, further stamped 4 pints, together with a lobed bowl by Towle, retailed by Wright, Kay & Co., numbered 4876, each with a monogram; approximate total weight 23.86 ozt. Height of first 8 3/4 inches. $400-600

bearing standard marks, numbered A999, 9, further marked Exemplar, Paul Revere, 1768; approximate weight 25.46 ozt. Height 4 1/2 x diameter 9 inches. $500-700 516

An American Sterling Silver Flask, Webster, of rectangular form with a martelĂŠ finish; approximate weight overall 5.31 ozt. Height 6 inches. $300-500 517

An American Sterling Silver Well and Tree Platter, Weidlich,

of typical oval form raised on four applied feet; approximate weight 33.77 ozt. Width 18 3/4 inches. $600-800 105


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An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Eight, Westmorland,

An American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve, Whiting Manufacturing Co.,

in the Enchanting Orchid pattern, comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, salad forks, teaspoons, bouillon spoons, a butter server, a tablespoon, a sauce ladle and an additional serving spoon; 44 items total, approximate total weighable 42.67 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 1/8 inches. $800-1,200 519

An American Parcel Gilt Sterling Silver Bowl, Whiting Manufacturing. Co.,

circa 1880, of oval form with a hammered finish, decorated with shells, coral and seaweed, raised on a conforming foot, bearing standard marks, numbered 880M; approximate weight 25.65 ozt. Width 10 1/4 inches. $15,000-20,000

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in the Violet pattern, comprising dinner knives, dinner forks, fish forks (6), cocktail forks (6), teaspoons, bouillon spoons (6), butter spreaders (5), and tablespoons (6), together with six iced tea spoons by Wm. B. Durgin, four teaspoons by Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co., a pierced serving spoon by Gorham, a pie server by R. Wallace & Co., a silverplate dinner fork and butter spreader; 79 items total, approximate total weighable 63.67 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 5/8 inches. $1,500-2,500 521*

A Set of Six American Sterling Silver Compotes, Frank M. Whiting & Co.,

having a circular shallow bowl with a gilt wash interior and a band of reeded and swag decoration, raised on an elongated tapering standard terminating in a circular foot, bearing standard marks, numbered B766; approximate total weight 44.37 ozt. Height 8 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Ruth Stratman, Dodgeville, Wisconsin $800-1,200


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525

An American Sterling Silver Tray, Frank M. Whiting & Co.,

An American Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Bowl,

of shaped rectangular form, bearing standard marks, numbered B869, together with an open creamer and sugar, by Meriden Brittania Co., numbered WC23; approximate total weight 11.78 ozt. Width of tray 8 1/2 inches. $200-400 523

Two American Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Serving Trays, Porter Blanchard,

each of oval form, with examples by Meriden Brittania Co., numbered 782, further stamped 17 1/2 IN; approximate total weight 62.08 ozt. Width of wider 18 1/8 inches. $1,000-2,000

of fluted circular form having an allover hand hammered finish, raised on a circular lobed foot, bearing standard marks and maker’s mark AS; approximate weight 8.15 ozt. Diameter 6 1/4 inches. $150-250 526

An American Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Compote, Cellini Shop,

having a stylized floriform standard, raised on a circular foot, marked Cellini Craft, numbered S41; approximate weight 12.40 ozt. Width 7 inches. $300-500 527

An American Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Tumbler, Chicago Silver Company,

524

An Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver and Carnelian Inset Muddler,

likely American, the stone carved as a seated Japanesque figure, hallmarked with a standing Flamingo, the legs forming an A, together with a Mexican sterling cake server by F. Ramirez, having a Danish influenced stylized foliate handle; approximate total weight overall 6.90 ozt. Length of longer 11 5/8 inches. $200-400

of tapering cylindrical form, with an applied monogram ECC; approximate weight 6.08 ozt. Height 4 5/8 inches. $150-250

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Four American Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Articles, Erickson Silver Shop,

An American Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Serving Set, Kalo,

An American Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Salad Set, Kalo,

Gardner, Massachusetts, comprising two ladles, a serving fork and a sandwich fork, approximate total weight 7.62 ozt. Length of longest 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of a Florida and Southampton, New York Philanthropist and Collector $150-250

Chicago, comprising a fork and spoon, marked Hand Wrought, Sterling, Kalo, G44; approximate total weight 5.49 ozt. Length of longer 9 7/8 inches. $200-400 532*

Chicago, Norse line, each having a reeded handle ending in lotus blossoms, marked Sterling, Hand Wrought, Kalo Silversmiths, NS E2; approximate total weight 7.88 ozt. Length of longer 10 3/8 inches. $400-600

An American Sterling Silver Serving Set, Kalo,

535*

Chicago, comprising a napkin ring with an applied G monogram, stamped Sterling, Kalo, and a pair of sugar tongs, stamped Sterling, Kalo, G830, SS; approximate total weight 1.74 ozt. Length of longer 3 7/8 inches. $150-250

Chicago, comprising a fork and spoon, both numbered G44, together with an additional serving spoon, numbered 10, each engraved H.G.C. April 26, 1922 J.C.O.B. and marked Sterling, Kalo; approximate total weight 7.82 ozt. Length of longest 9 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $300-500

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533

Chicago, comprising an oval tray, numbered L38SS, and a bowl, numbered 18, each of lobed form and marked Sterling, Hand Wrought at the Kalo Shop, the bowl further engraved H.G.C. April 26, 1922 J.C.O.B.; approximate total weight 20.45 ozt. Length of tray 12 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $1,000-2,000

529

Two American Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Articles, Kalo,

An American Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Muddler, Kalo,

Chicago, having an applied J monogram, stamped Sterling, Kalo, H201; approximate weight 3.45 ozt. Length 14 inches. $200-400

An American Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Tray, Kalo,

of lobed oval form, stamped Sterling Hand Wrought at the Kalo Shop W96, with incised dedication reading M.L.K. June 7, 1927; approximate weight 18.14 ozt. Width 12 1/4 inches. $500-700

Two American Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Articles, Kalo,

536

An American Arts & Crafts Salad Serving Set, Kalo,

comprising a fork and spoon each with a lobed bowl, marked Sterling, Kalo, numbered 24; approximate total weight 8.36 ozt. Length of longer 11 3/4 inches. $150-250

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An American Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Salad Set, Kalo,

An American Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Flatware Service, Lebolt,

Chicago, each with all over hand hammered decoration and an applied monogram D, bearing standard marks, the spoon numbered 26, the fork numbered 26L, together with a serving article numbered G44; approximate total weight 7.80 ozt. Length of longest 10 1/4 inches. $300-500 538

A Pair of American Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Sauce Boats, Lebolt,

Chicago, of oval form having an allover hand wrought finish, marked Lebolt, Hand Wrought, Sterling, numbered 225; approximate total weight 14.82 ozt. Width 7 1/2 inches. $600-800

Chicago, each monogrammed ELM and marked Handmade, Sterling, Lebolt, comprising 12 dinner knives, 11 luncheon knives, 11 dinner forks, 18 luncheon forks, 11 salad forks, 15 dessert forks, 11 teaspoons, 17 ice cream spoons, 18 bouillon spoons, 8 fruit spoons, 24 iced tea spoons (including 12 unmonogrammed examples), 18 demitasse spoons, 12 cocktail forks, a sardine fork, a strawberry fork, a lemon fork, ice tongs, sugar tongs, a sauce ladle, a cheese scoop, a carving set, two serving forks and 12 serving spoons of various forms and sizes; 209 items total, approximate total weighable 228.07 ozt. Length of dinner fork 8 1/8 inches. $10,000-15,000

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543

A Collection of American Art Nouveau Sterling Silver Wedding Holloware, Lebolt & Co.,

An American Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Footed Bowl, Marshall Field & Co.,

Three American Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Napkin Rings, Julius Olaf Randahl,

Chicago, comprising a set of four candlesticks, two oval trays, two round trays, oval bread bowl, chocolate pot with ivory insulators, creamer, sugar and a gravy boat with undertray, each decorated with repoussè poppies and most inscribed January 23rd 1913, together with a pair of casters; approximate total weighable overall 219.93 ozt. Width of widest tray 15 3/4 inches.

Provenance: Presented to Jack and Estelle Lebolt on their wedding day by various family members John Lebolt, President of Lebolt & Company, Chicago, Illinois, by descent through the family Acquired by the present owner from Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, 03 October 2011, Fine Furniture and Decorative Arts, Lot 694 $8,000-12,000

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of tapering form, raised on a circular foot decorated with applied bead and leaf decoration, marked Made by Marshall Feild & Co., Hand Wrought, Sterling, 9; approximate weight 7.40 ozt. Height 3 7/8 inches. $300-500 542*

A Pair of American Arts & Crafts Sterling Silver Tumblers, Old Newbury Crafters, retailed by Cartier, each of circular tapering form having a hand wrought finish throughout, bearing standard marks and pattern number 901; approximate total weight 10.84 ozt. Height 2 7/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Benjamin II, Manalapan, Florida $300-500

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Chicago, each with hand hammered decoration throughout, bearing standard marks, two numbered 230 with an applied A and D monogram, respectively, the third numbered 182 with an etched A.D. monogram, together with a Gorham example with an A.D. monogram and etched floral decoration, numbered 880, and a silverplate example engraved Arthur; approximate total weighable 4.27 ozt. Width of widest 3 1/4 inches. $100-200 544

An American Art Nouveau Sterling Silver Coffee Pot, William B. Kerr, circa 1890, of baluster form, the whole decorated with irises throughout, having an applied handle with ivory insulators, raised on a shaped foot; approximate weight overall 14.14 ozt. Height 8 1/2 inches. $500-700


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548

A Collection of American Art Nouveau Sterling Silver Articles,

An American Art Nouveau Sterling Silver Vanity Set, Unger Brothers,

comprising a dish and belt buckle by Wm. B. Kerr, numbered 1447 and 830 respectively, a seal, a cigarette lighter case, a parasol handle and two belt buckles, each marked sterling; approximate total weight overall 4.42 ozt. Width of widest 5 inches. $80-120 546

An American Sterling Silver Art Nouveau Vase, Sedlacek,

Los Angeles, of hammered fluted form with poppy decoration raised on a circular foot, stamped Ambassador Studio, Sedlacek, Los Angeles, Sterling, Base Weighted, further having rubbed numbers. Height 10 1/8 inches. $300-500 547

A Set of American Art Nouveau Sterling Silver Dresser Articles, Unger Brothers, comprising a brush, a button hook and a shoe horn, together with a hand mirror by Edward Ball, each with repoussè Art Nouveau decoration and depicting a woman and a putto, bearing standard marks. Length of longest 8 1/8 inches. $100-200

comprising a hand mirror and two brushes, numbered 0561, 0563 and 0567 respectively, a button hook, a shoe horn and a nail pick, together with an associated nail file. Length of longest 12 1/8 inches. $150-250 549

An American Art Nouveau Sterling Silver Center Bowl, Woodside, the circular floriform bowl having a pierced lily decorated border, monogrammed P, bearing standard marks and numbered 2570; approximate weight 19.670 ozt. Diameter 11 1/2 inches. $500-700 550

An Assembled American Art Nouveau Silverplate Vanity Set,

comprising two crumbers by Victor Silver Co., each numbered 3405, a hand mirror and two brushes. Length of longest 9 1/2 inches $80-120 551

An American Art Deco Style Pewter Tea and Coffee Service, Barrie Cliff for Pewter Crafters of Cape Cod,

comprising a coffee pot, teapot, creamer and sugar with a matching tray, having ebony handles and finials, each marked to the base. Width of tray over handles 16 inches. $300-500

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553

An American Modernist Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Service, Michael and Maureen Banner,

An American Sterling Silver Antler Mounted Presentation Trophy, Adelphi,

Monterey, Massachusetts, each of organic triangular form, comprising a teapot, coffee pot and a creamer with a whiplash handle and wood insulators, and a covered sugar bowl, all set on an oval mahogany tray with designated locations for each article, further having applied handles and button feet, each marked Banner 04, Handwrought, Sterling; approximate total weighable overall 116.31 ozt. Height of coffee pot 17 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $6,000-8,000

of three handled baluster form, engraved with a presentation dated January 4th, 1916, bearing standard marks, numbered 114; approximate weight overall 18.43 ozt. Height 6 1/2 inches. $400-600

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556

An American Sterling Silver Yachting Trophy, Dominick & Haff,

An American Art Nouveau Sterling Silver Yachting Trophy, Gorham,

retailed by E. Jaccard & Co., of three handled baluster form, engraved Hotel Victory Cup, Put-inBay, Lake Erie, with further inscriptions to each side, bearing standard marks, numbered 264, 6 1/2 pints; approximate weight 40.89 ozt. Height 8 inches. $800-1,200 555

An American Art Nouveau Sterling Silver Trophy, Gorham,

retailed by Spaulding & Co., in the style of MartelĂŠ, of elongated baluster form, the rim with raised oak branch decoration, the body engraved Midlothian Country Club Presented By Mr. & Mrs. J. Milton Trainer to one side and Benedict Foursome Won By Dr. & Mrs. Franklin H. Martin to the other, raised on a conforming foot with raised oak branch, leaf and acorn decoration, bearing standard marks and coded VNC; approximate weight 25.67 ozt. Height 12 3/8 inches. $2,000-4,000

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of three handled baluster form, cast with flowers in relief, engraved Pabst Trophy, Fifth Annual Open Regatta, Columbia Yacht Club, July 4th A.D. 1904, Class 1A, bearing standard marks, numbered A3569, further marked 4 1/2 Pints; approximate weight 39.73 ozt. Height over handles 8 inches. $1,000-2,000 557

An American Sterling Silver Horse Trophy, International,

in the Prelude pattern, of trumpet vase form inscribed Ohio Federal Savings and Loan Association, Trophy, Ohio State Fair, Horse Show, 1954, Jumper Championship, weighted. Height 13 3/4 inches. $300-500

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Two Sets of Twelve American Sterling Silver Yachting Tumblers, International,

in two sizes, one set further bearing a Whiting hallmark, numbered S.X.1352, the other further bearing a Barbour Silver Co. hallmark, numbered 3067, each with enameled flag decoration, gold wash interiors and monogrammed HD; approximate total weight overall 65.60 ozt. Height of taller 5 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $1,000-2,000 559

An American Silverplate Rowing Trophy, Meriden Brittania Company,

the lid surmounted with a figure of a sculler over the fluted baluster form body engraved M.V.A.R.A. Presented by the Chicago Board of Trade to the winner of the “Free-For-All Single” 1888, flanked on either side by crossed oars, the circular base raised on four pierced feet, marked Meriden B Company, Quadruple Plate, numbered 3700 S. Height overall 18 1/2 inches. $1,000-2,000 560

559

An American Silverplate Rowing Trophy, Meriden Brittania Company,

of three handled form, having a gold wash interior, the cylindrical body with a band of chased nautical decoration, engraved Farragut Cup Chicago Navy Regatta 1888, Won by I.F. Corbett, marked Meriden B. Company, Quadruple Plate, numbered 4000. Height 6 1/4 inches. $400-600 561

An American Sterling Silver and Antler Mounted Golf Trophy, Meriden Brittania Company,

562

566

of urn form inscribed Castlewood Country Club, Championship Trophy, Winners, 1928 Roderic O’Connor M.D., 1929 R.F. Hoffman, 1930 Claire V. Goodwin, 1931 Stuart Heatley, 1932 Stuart Hawley Jr., 1933 Rudy Bain, 1934 Hugh Ditzler, 1935 R.F. Hoffman, 1936 Jack Lovegren, 1937 Jack Lovegren, the base inscribed Donated by H. Morton Co. Oakland, Calif., bearing standard marks and numbered 896; approximate weight overall 41.99 ozt. Height 12 5/8 inches. $800-1,200 562

An American Sterling Silver Hunting Trophy, Reed & Barton,

1953, of pitcher form, inscribed Battlecreek Hunter Trials Challenge Trophy 1957 Won by Plum; approximate weight 32.88 ozt. Height 10 inches. $700-900 563

An American Art Nouveau Antler Mounted Sterling Silver Trophy, George W. Shiebler & Co.,

558

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F I N E S I LV E R A N D O B J E T S D E V E R T U

of three handled baluster form, cast with flowers in relief, engraved Presented to The Columbia Yacht Club, Chicago, by W. A. McGuire, Won by Yacht Spray F.A. Prince, Owner; approximate weight overall 63.70 ozt. Height 12 inches. $2,000-4,000


564

566

An American Art Nouveau Sterling Silver Antler Mounted Yachting Trophy, George W. Shiebler & Co.,

A Pair of American Sterling Silver Trophies, Spaulding & Co.,

retailed by C.D Peacock, of three handled baluster form, cast with flowers in relief, engraved Columbia Yacht Club, Michigan City Race, June 11, 1904, with further inscriptions to each side, bearing standard marks, numbered 2821, further numbered 20T; approximate weight overall 32.71 ozt. Height 9 1/4 inches. $1,500-2,500

of tapering cylindrical form, one with a lid, each engraved with a presentation from Indian Hill Club, one dated 1945, the other 1947, bearing standard marks, numbered 351; approximate total weight 12.74 ozt. Height without lid 3 3/8 inches. $300-500

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571*

An American Sterling Silver Horse Trophy, Towle,

Six Mexican Silver Articles,

A Mexican Sterling Silver Sauce Boat, Fabian,

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572

An American Sterling Silver Golf Trophy, Wallace,

A Mexican Coin Silver Serving Tray, Mendoza,

A Mexican Sterling Silver Center Bowl, Ortega,

of platter form, inscribed Jackson Riding Club, Jackson, Michigan, presented, June 28, 1941, Highpoint Horse, by, Margaret Ryan, Jackson Michigan, Won by Chicles Play, together with a handled basket in the Louis XVI pattern; approximate total weight 54.00 ozt. Diameter of basket 14 3/8 inches. $1,000-2,000

having two handles with laurel wreaths, body etched Willowick Country Club, Championship Flight Medalist, 1926, Won by Mrs. Geo. W. Balkwill; approximate weight 11.05 ozt. Height 11 1/2 inches. $300-500

116

19th century, comprising two handled lobed bowls, four ash receivers, of various forms each with foliate or bird decoration, five articles stamped BTON, for the chief assayer Cayetano Buitron, an M with an O over it, for purity, and an eagle tax mark; approximate total weight 20.09 ozt. Width of widest over handles 6 1/8 inches $500-700

of oval form, having a shaped and reeded border, bearing standard marks, further stamped 900/1000 and numbered 4410; approximate weight 74.75 ozt. Width 22 23/8 ozt. $800-1,200

F I N E S I LV E R A N D O B J E T S D E V E R T U

of pinched oval form having an applied handle with a wood insulator, bearing standard marks and numbered 3071; approximate weight overall 12.90 ozt. Width 7 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. George Canty, Jr., Boca Raton, Florida $300-500

of low form centered with a medallion having stylized Aztec decoration, numbered 30086; approximate weight 89.95 ozt. Diameter 19 1/4 inches. $1,500-2,500


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575

A Mexican Sterling Silver Tea and Coffee Service, Sanborns,

A Mexican Sterling Silver Sauce and Undertray Set, Sanborns,

comprising a teapot and a coffee pot with wood insulators, a creamer, a covered sugar bowl, a waste bowl and a handled tray, each of lobed form raised on four pierced feet, bearing standard marks; approximate total weight overall 190.73 ozt. Width of tray over handles 25 1/2 inches. $4,000-6,000 574

A Collection of Mexican Sterling Silver Table Articles, Sanborns,

comprising eight floriform ash receivers, four circular coasters, a lobed nut dish and a bread plate, each bearing standard marks, together with a Mexican coin inset dish by Ortega, bearing standard marks and numbered 28593; approximate total weighable 38.88 ozt. Diameter of largest 6 1/8 inches. $800-1,200

each of lobed circular form; approximate total weight 26.21 ozt. Diameter of tray 10 1/8 inches. $500-700 576*

A Mexican Sterling Silver Serving Plate,

of circular form, having a scrolling foliate and lobed border; approximate weight 26.49 ozt. Diameter 12 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. George Canty, Jr., Boca Raton, Florida $500-700 577

A Brazilian Art Moderne Silverplate Tea and Coffee Service, Designed by Ken Benson,

St. James, Brazil, each of faceted triangular form, comprising a teapot, a coffee pot, a creamer, a covered sugar and a matching tray, having applied wood C-shaped handles or spherical finials. Height of coffee pot 11 inches. Property of a Lady, Minneapolis, Minnesota $1,000-2,000

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584

590

An Assembled Set Four Georgian Silver Casters,

A Collection of English Silver Flatware Articles,

A George V Silver Condiment Set, Mappin & Webb,

London, various makers, marks rubbed, comprising examples from 1736, 1739 and 1784, each of baluster form raised on a circular foot and monogrammed HD, two etched with a stag head crest; approximate total weight 11.57 ozt. Height 5 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $200-300 579

Three Georgian Silver Cream Pitchers,

comprising two floral repoussè decorated examples, one with rubbed maker’s marks, bearing date mark for 1752, the other by William Kersill, London, 1760, and an undecorated example by Thomas Wallis I, London, 1777; approximate total weight 8.30 ozt. Height of tallest 4 inches. Property from the Estate of a Florida and Southampton, New York Philanthropist and Collector $400-600 580

Four English Silver Casters,

each of baluster form, the largest having rubbed maker’s mark, the second largest by John Delmester, London, 1766, the smaller pair by Walter H Willson Ltd., London, 1950, together with a George III toast rack, with marks for London and Newcastle; and an Elizabeth II bowl by Garrard & Co., London, 1985; approximate total weight 25.27 ozt. Height of tallest 5 1/4 inches. $400-600 581

A Collection of George III Silver Flatware Articles,

comprising three sauce ladles by Geo. Smith III & Wm. Fearn, 1793, Thomas Northcote, 1797, William Eley & William Fearn, 1800, a fruit spoon with rubbed marks and five salt spoons, including one by Richard Crossley and four by William Sumner I, 1788, with French weevil import marks, together with a Victorian teaspoon, John Stone, 1838; approximate total weight 7.44 ozt. Length of longest 7 1/8 inches. $200-400 582*

Three George III Silver Stuffing Spoons,

London, comprising one by Richard Crossley, 1793, another by John Lambe, 1802, and the last by William Bateman I, 1814, together with an associated cheese scoop, the scoop by William Eley & William Fearn, 1804, the handle likely by Joseph Taconet, 1804; approximate total weighable 9.810 ozt. Length of longest 12 inches. $300-500 583

A Collection of English Silver Flatware Articles,

comprising a George IV fish slice with a pierced blade and a bakelite handle, London, 1825, a George III fish slice with a pierced decorated blade by Peter & Ann Bateman, and a reeded handle by Moses Brent, London, 1798, a George V cheese scoop with an ivory handle by John Biggin, retailed by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1914, a George IV sauce ladle by Henry Day, London, 1821, a Victorian master butter by John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater, London, 1884, a Victorian olive pick with an ivory handle by Martin, Hall & Co., Sheffield, 1866, a Victorian tea caddy scoop by Israel Freeman & Son Ltd. and two George III salt spoons; approximate total weighable 4.81 ozt. Length of longest 11 1/4 inches. $400-600

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comprising 19 examples in the Shell and Thread pattern, including 14 demitasse sauce ladles with gold wash decorated bowls, including examples by William Bateman II, William Eaton and Richard Pearce, 4 similar examples possibly by William Seaman, London, 1824, and a demitasse spoon possibly by Chawner & Co, London, 1855, together with a cased child’s flatware set comprising a knife and fork by Aaron Hadfield, Sheffield, 1833, and a spoon by Alexander Hewat, London, 1833, and a set of 9 English silver dinner knives, marks rubbed; 31 items total, approximate total weighable 20.17 ozt. Length of first 4 1/2 inches. $600-800 585

An Assembled Victorian Silver Fish Serving Set, John Gilbert,

Birmingham, comprising a knife, 1860, and fork, 1858, each weighted handle having acanthus leaf decoration and an engraving of a rearing lion holding a star, the blade and bowl having pierced foliate decoration, together with a Victorian silver fish knife, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield, 1897; approximate total weighable 1.04 ozt. Length of longest 12 inches. $100-200 586

A Victorian Silver Fish Set, John Gilbert,

Birmingham, 1863, comprising a slice and fork, together with additional English silver articles by various makers and dates, including 7 table spoons, London and Sheffield, a salt spoon, Birmingham, 6 tablespoons, sugar tongs and a salt spoon, London, and together with a German silver spoon and Continental sauce ladle; approximate total weighable 18.63 ozt. Length of longest 13 inches. Property from the Estate of a Florida and Southampton, New York Philanthropist and Collector $300-500 587

Three English Silver Articles,

comprising a shell shaped salt cellar by Robert Harper, London, 1865, a creamer by Richard Woodman Burbridge, London, 1924, and a pepper mill by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham, 1937; approximate total weighable 4.12 ozt. Height of tallest 3 1/4 inches. $150-250 588

Two Victorian Silver Salt Cellars, Heath & Middleton,

London, 1888, of bulbous form, together with a German silver caster, marked 800; approximate total weight 2.35 ozt. Height of first 1 inch. $60-80 589

A Collection of English Silver Articles,

comprising a pierced heart shaped bowl and a pierced double handled bowl, each by Sibray, Hall & Co, London, 1893, a heart shaped ash receiver by A & J Zimmerman Ltd, Birmingham, 1899, a tea caddy by James Deakin & Sons, Chester, 1901, decorated with winged putti busts within a cartouche, and a tea scoop by John Thornton, Birmingham, 1786; approximate total weight 10.73 ozt. Height of first 4 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of a Florida and Southampton, New York Philanthropist and Collector $300-500

F I N E S I LV E R A N D O B J E T S D E V E R T U

Chester, 1917, comprising a mustard pot and two salt cellars, each with a cobalt liner, two casters, two salt spoons, Sheffield, 1908, together with another salt spoon by Stokes & Ireland Ltd, Chester, 1917; approximate total weighable 14.12 ozt. Height of tallest 3 1/8 inches. $300-500 591

Two English Silver Coffee Pots,

London, one having an ebonized wood finial and handle, Lionel Alfred Crichton, 1922, the other with a wicker handle, Peter Guille Ltd., 1937; approximate total weight overall 25.12 ozt. Height of tallest 7 inches. $400-600 592

A George V Silver Caster, Edward Viner,

Sheffield, 1933, together with an English silver pepper grinder by Hukin & Heath, Birmingham, 1925; approximate weighable 4.65 ozt. Height of first 7 1/8 inches. $200-400 593

An George V Silver Sugar Caster, Henry Matthews,

1930, of baluster form with a pierced lid, together with an English silver mounted cut glass jar, Barker Ellis Silver Co., 1964; approximate total weighable 5.14 ozt. Height of first 6 3/4 inches. $100-200 594

An Assembled Set of Twelve English Butter Spreaders, Spaulding & Co.,

London, comprising one example from 1949, eight from 1954, and three from 1955, each marked Spaulding & Co., England; approximate total weight 13.22 ozt. Length 6 1/4 inches. Property from a Chicago Family Collection $100-200 595

A Sheffield Plate Water Urn,

the domed lid with a spherical finial over the tapering reeded body, fitted with lion mask ring handles, raised on a square shaped base and ball feet. Height 14 1/4 inches. $150-250 596*

A Pair of English Silverplate Two-Light Candelabra,

Sheffield, 19th century, the baluster form standard issuing the scrolling candle arms, centered with a flame finial, set on a circular base. Height 21 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $300-500 597

A Pair of Sheffield Plate Five-Light Candelabra,

the baluster foliate decorated candlestick standard, issuing the scrolling arm insert with inverted bell form candle cups, raised on a shaped square base, the whole with repoussè foliate bands and bobeches. Height 19 5/8 inches. $600-800


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A Pair of Sheffield Plate Candelabra,

An English Silverplate Kettle on Stand, Marshall & Snelgrove,

An English Silverplate Cloche,

each having a baluster standard issuing the scrolling candle arms. Height 14 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Garner, Chicago, Illinois $200-400 599*

An English Silverplate Bacon Warmer, Atkin Brothers,

London, 20th century, having an ebonized handle and finial, the body with allover foliate repoussè decoration, raised on four legs centered by a warmer. Height overall 14 1/4 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $200-400 607

Sheffield, of typical oval handled form, opening to liner and tray, raised on four reeded feet. Width over handles 12 3/4 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $300-500

An Assembled English Silverplate Coffee Service,

600*

608

A Pair of English Silverplate Covered Entrèes, Atkin Brothers,

An English Silverplate Coffee Service, John Round & Sons,

Sheffield, first half 20th century, each of shaped oval form, having reeded decoration. Width 12 3/4 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $100-200 601*

An English Silverplate Teapot, James Dixon & Son,

Sheffield, of tapering cylindrical form, the lid with a pinecone finial, further applied with a wood handle, together with an English silverplate water pitcher. Height of first 10 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $200-400 602

An English Silverplate Kettle on Stand, Elkington & Co., the kettle having engraved cartouches and garlands, the stand with S-scroll legs ending in shell form feet. Height over handle 15 1/4 inches. $200-400 603*

A Pair of English Silverplate Candelabra, EllisBarker Silver Co.,

comprising a Martin, Hall & Co. coffee pot with Aesthetic decoration and a creamer and open sugar with engraved decoration. Height of coffee pot 12 1/4 inches. $200-400

comprising a coffee pot, a creamer, an open sugar and an associated tray. Height of coffee pot 9 3/4 inches. $200-400 609

A Collection of English Silverplate Service Articles,

comprising a water pitcher with engraved floral decoration and a monogram by Barbour Silver Co., a fish serving set marked J D & S, a pair of asparagus tongs by Cooper Bros., a pair of shears by William Hutton & Sons, a chamberstick by Elkington & Co. and a pair of shears with rubbed marks, together with an additional pair of tongs, an additional chamberstick, a pair of grape shears and an American silverplate stuffing spoon by Gerity Products. Height of pitcher 8 5/8 inches. $200-400 610

A Pair of English Silverplate Three-Light Candelabra,

Sheffield, maker’s mark NB&S, the baluster form standard issuing scrolling candle arms. Height 16 inches. $200-400

Birmingham, each having a baluster standard issuing the scrolling candle arms. Height 16 1/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Garner, Chicago, Illinois $300-500

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A Pair of English Silverplate Three-Light Candelabra, Mappin & Webb,

the candlestick standard of tapering form, issuing the scrolling arm insert with inverted bell form candle cups, raised on a shaped square base, the whole with repoussè foliate bands and bobeches. Height 13 1/2 inches. $200-400

An English Silverplate Cloche,

having an engraved crest and a foliate handle, together with an associated tray. Diameter of tray 12 1/8 inches. $200-400

Two English Silverplate Covered Entrèes,

each having a rectangular lid with an insulator and a removable liner. Width 9 3/4 inches. $100-200 613*

An English Silverplate Cloche,

of typical form with egg and dart banding, with engraved armorial crest, together with a covered entrèe. Width of first 18 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $200-400

of typical form, together with a Sheffield plate undertray. Width of first 17 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $200-400 615*

An English Silverplate Bacon Warmer,

of typical form, together with an undertray. Width of first 11 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $200-400 616*

A Pair of English Silverplate Wine Coolers,

each with foliate decorated banding, together with an associated example. Height 11 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $300-500 617*

An English Silverplate Chocolate Pot,

of tapering baluster form with an applied wood handle, raised on a tripod base, monogrammed. Height 9 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $100-200 618*

Two English Silverplate Mounted Wine Coasters, of typical form, with a gadrooned edge. Diameter 6 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $300-500 619*

An English Silverplate Entrèe Warming Dish,

snowflake mark, of rectangular form, having a gadrooned edge, raised on four scrolling feet, together with a similar silverplate covered entrèe. Width of first over handles 13 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $400-600 620*

A Pair of English Silverplate Footed Bowls,

each of shell form, raised on scrolling feet. Width 8 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $150-250 621

Two English Cased Silverplate Serving Sets,

comprising a berry service including four spoons, a sugar sifter and a cream ladle, and a fish service including a knife and fork with ivory handles. Length of fish knife 12 1/2 inches. $100-200 622*

Two English Silverplate Bacon Warmers,

the larger with festoon and ram mask decoration, the smaller raised on shell feet, each with two part liners. Width of first 14 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $500-700

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639

A Pair of English Silverplate Wall Pockets,

Two Continental Silver Spoons,

An Italian Silver Bowl,

each in the form of a stirrup, with chased scrolling foliate decoration. Height 7 inches. $100-200 624*

An English Silverplate Tray,

Sheffield, of circular handled form, with incised and cast foliate decoration. Width over handles 27 7/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $200-400 625*

A Collection of Eight English Silverplate Serving Articles, comprising three with foliate or grapevine borders, three round and two oval examples. Width of widest over handles 26 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $300-500 626*

A Collection of Five Silverplate Trays,

comprising three of circular form and two of oval form. Width of widest 19 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $150-250 627

A Silverplate Tea Urn,

of baluster form with wood handles and a wood insulator, raised on a quadripartite base, apparently unmarked. Height 17 1/4 inches. $100-200 628

Two Continental Silver Mounted Glass Salt Cellars,

one in the form of a rooster, the other of a swan, each with hinged wings and marked .835, together with two Swedish silver salt spoons, one handle with floral decoration, the other decorated a putto. Height of taller 3 1/4 inches. $100-200 629

A Collection of Six Continental Silver Boxes,

of various marker’s and shapes, including two circular, two heart shaped, an oval and a cube example, one mounted with a hardstone cameo with a gilt wash interior; approximate weight overall 6.57 ozt. Width of widest 2 7/8 inches. $500-700 630

A Continental Silver Repoussè Frame,

decorated with a scene of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, set with a mirrored plate, stamped JR, 925 and C within a circle. Height 15 3/4 inches. $300-500

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comprising an Austro-Hungarian example and another example, apparently unmarked; approximate total weight 12.24 ozt. Length of longest 14 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Katrina McCormick Barnes, Santa Fe, New Mexico $200-400 632

Three Austro-Hungarian Silver Serving Articles,

comprising a soup ladle, a sauce ladle and a serving spoon, each having scrolling foliate decoration to the handles and monogrammed B.M., each bearing Diana’s head mark for .800 silver and additional six pedal flower hallmark; approximate total weight 16.06 ozt. Length of longest 12 1/4 inches. $300-500 633

A Collection of Austro-Hungarian Silver Articles, comprising six demitasse spoons, four salt cellars with gilt washed bowls and glass liners with four matching salt spoons, together with three Chinese export salt spoons with shell form bowls and three silverplate salt cellars; 16 items total, approximate total weighable 9.10 ozt. Length of longest 4 3/4 inches. Property from a Chicago Family Collection $200-400 634

A Pair of German Silver Handled Dishes,

marked .800, approximate total weight 3.66 ozt. Diameter 4 1/4 inches. $150-250 635

A German Silver Basket,

having a grapevine border over a pomegranate and lattice band, centered with a maiden and four putto in a landscape, bearing various marks; approximate weight 11.25 ozt. Width 11 inches. $200-400 636

A German Sterling Silver Swan,

with a down swept head and hinged wings, bearing crescent moon and crown mark, 925, maker’s mark rubbed; approximate weight 11.10 ozt. Height 5 inches. $200-400 637

Two Viennese Reference Books Pertaining to Gold and Silversmiths,

comprising two volumes, Lexikon A-K and L-Z, titled Wiener Gold und Silberschmiede und Ihre Punzen, 1867-1922, by Waltraud Neuwirth. $80-120 638*

A Pair of Italian Sterling Silver and Molded Glass Cruet Sets, R. Raddi,

comprising two caddies, bearing standard marks and numbered 97 FI, with three cruets and a stopper. Height 11 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $300-500

F I N E S I LV E R A N D O B J E T S D E V E R T U

in the form of an apple; approximate weight 4.65 ozt. Width 5 inches. $100-200 640

A Collection of Eight Italian Silver Figures and Figural Groups,

comprising four of boys, including one with grapes, another with seafood, one with pasta and the last playing a mandolin, a clown playing the mandolin, a courting couple, a pair of doves and a mother and child, each raised on a rectangular plinth, silver marked 800 on each, some with impressed cast signatures. Height of tallest overall 8 inches. $700-900 641*

An Italian Silver Compact,

of square form with allover chased scrolling foliate decoration, opening to a mirrored interior, stamped 800. Width 3 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $100-200 642

Five Continental Silver Flatware Articles,

comprising two German serving spoons marked Hühn, a Danish spoon by Frigast, a Danish bread knife by Georg Jensen in the Bernadotte pattern and a Dutch cake server with allover pierced and repoussè decoration; approximate total weighable 7.77 ozt. Length of longest 9 1/4 inches. $200-400 643

Five Danish Sterling Silver Serving Articles, Cohr, comprising a fish slice and fish fork set, each having a fish form handle, a serving spoon with stylized vine decoration, a child’s knife depicting a cat chasing a mouse, and a child’s spoon with hen and chick decoration, each bearing standard marks, together with an associated sterling serving spoon with a scrolling leaf form handle; approximate total weight 10.49 ozt. Length of longest 7 7/8 inches. $200-400 644

A Pair of Danish Silverplate Three-Light Candelabra,

having a floriform standard issuing the scrolling arms, raised on an oval base. Width 13 inches. $100-200 645

A Danish Silverplate Bowl,

of oval form with applied stylized foliate decoration, stamped Made in Denmark with other various marks, numbered 6038. Width 12 1/4 inches. $80-120 646

A Collection of Swedish Silver Articles,

comprising a carving knife, a knife sharpener and a pair of two-light candelabra with shell form finials raised on a circular foot, weighted. Length of longest 10 5/8 inches. $200-400


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A Set of Norwegian Sterling Silver Serving Articles,

A Set of Six Silver Demitasse Spoons,

Three American Sterling Silver Ornaments, Gorham,

648

four inset with citrine and two with amethyst specimens, marked Taureg by Mihri, 900, together with seven sterling silver cordials by Frank M. Whiting Silver Co., numbered 8081; approximate total weight of cordials 5.35 ozt. Height of cordials 3 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $150-250

A Set of Twelve Norwegian Sterling Silver Enameled Demitasse Spoons, David Andersen,

656

comprising a pie server, a meat fork, a large serving spoon, a small serving spoon, a sauce ladle, a sandwich fork and a petit four server, two marked David Andersen; approximate total weight 12.20 ozt. Length of longest 9 1/4 inches. $150-250

20th century, each having a gilt wash bowl, the handles in various colors, marked D-A Norway, Sterling 925 S, contained in a fitted case. Length 3 5/8 inches. $100-200 649

A Dutch Silver Knife and Fork Set, J.M. Van Kempen & Son,

1929, comprising six dinner knives, four dinner forks and four luncheon forks, marked .833; approximate total weighable 11.79 ozt. Length of knife 8 3/8 inches. $200-400 650

A Dutch Silver Spoon and Fork,

having pierced handles and repoussè bowls decorated with interior scenes, together with a German silver ladle with a composite handle; approximate total weighable 5.75 ozt. Length of longest 16 3/4 inches. $100-200 651*

A Collection of American, English and Danish Silver Sugar Tongs,

Four Sterling Silver and Silverplate Liquor Tags, comprising a pair of English silverplate examples engraved for gin and brandy, an English silverplate example engraved for claret and an American sterling silver example engraved for rum; approximate total weighable 0.41 ozt. Width of widest 1 7/8 inches. $80-120 657

Five Sterling Silver and Silverplate Mounted Brushes, each with repoussè figural or floral decoration, comprising two Sterling examples, two marked Silveroin and one marked G. Silver. Length of longest 9 inches. $100-200 658

A Cased Set of Eight American Sterling Silver Casters, Cartier,

each having an octagonal flaring body, four with gilt tops, bearing standard marks; approximate total weight 2.22 ozt. Height 1 3/8 inches. $80-120

comprising examples by John Lloyd, London, 1803, Georg Jensen, in the Acorn pattern, Lunt and Reed & Barton, together with two silverplate examples; approximate total weighable 3.05 ozt. Length of longest 4 1/2 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $100-200

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A Silver or Silverplate Reticulated Fish, with cabochon inset eyes. Length 4 5/8 inches. $80-120 653*

Four Middle Eastern Style Silver Knives,

Two American Sterling Silver Zodiac Pins, Cini,

Boston, depicting Taurus as a stylized bull with a fish tail, mounted with a pin stem and pendant loop and Libra as a stylized scale, with a pin stem only; approximate total weight 1.18 ozt. Width of wider 1 7/8 inches. $100-200

A Pair of American Sterling Silver Fur Clips, Cini,

Boston, each formed as a Renaissance Revival satyr mask, suspending short chains ending in a bead, with double pin stems; approximate total weight 0.90 ozt. Height 1 1/8 inches. $100-200

each having a stylized geometric decorated handle, the two with gem stone inset handle marked 840, others marked 900 and 925, together with three German .800 silver cocktail forks, two Continental baby spoons, one marked 830, the other 925, a pastry server marked 830S, and a mother-of-pearl paper knife; approximate total weighable overall 4.86 ozt. Length of longest 6 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. Emanuel Feingold, Highland Park, Illinois $100-200

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the body of baluster form with an applied scrolling handle, raised on a circular foot, bearing standard marks, numbered 1918; approximate weight 17.32 ozt. Height 7 7/8 inches. $300-500

A Southeast Asian Silver Double Jigger,

decorated with bands of seated figures in cartouches, stamped V.75 approximate weight 2.19 ozt. Height 4 7/8 inches. $80-120

An American Gilt Sterling Silver Diminutive Cream Jug, Ellmore Silver Co.,

of baluster form raised on a circular foot, with a conforming circular undertray, each monogrammed J.R. and numbered 0791; approximate total weight 8.98. Height of coffee pot 5 5/8 inches. $200-400 662

An American Sterling Silver Water Pitcher, Ellmor Silver Co.,

one dated 1972, another 1977, the last 1989, each in the form of a snowflake, two with fitted boxes and felts, together with a Reed & Barton silverplate bell; approximate total weighable 1.20 ozt. Width of widest 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $60-80 664

A Set of Four American Sterling Silver Casters, Gorham,

each raised on three pad form feet, each numbered 620, together with eight sterling silver casters by Randahl, of ovoid form with a band of beaded decoration, each marked 112; approximate total weight 23.98 ozt. Height of tallest 4 5/8 inches. $400-600 665

Four American Sterling Silver Table Articles, Gorham,

comprising a Revere reproduction bowl, numbered 41658, bearing the 1960’s date mark, a sauce boat, numbered 4702, an open sugar bowl, numbered 909, and a humidor, numbered 291-216; approximate total weighable 28.40 ozt. Width of widest 8 inches. $600-800 666*

An American Sterling Silver Bowl, Gorham,

in the Paul Revere pattern, of circular footed form; approximate weight 6.30 ozt. Diameter 6 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $200-400 667

An American Sterling Silver Mounted Vanity Set, International, comprising a hand mirror, a brush and a comb. Length of first 12 1/4 inches. $150-250 668

An American Sterling Silver Creamer and Sugar Set, Preisner Silver Co.,

each having a bulbous body and an applied scrolling handle, bearing standard marks and numbered 172, weighted, together with two weighted candlesticks by Frank M. Whiting Co., one in the Talisman Rose pattern, numbered 260, the other numbered 674, and a weighted base by Luraline. Height of first 4 1/8 inches. $200-400 669

Two Sets of American Sterling Silver Ash Receivers, Towle,

comprising 9 with a beaded rim and faceted bowl, and 6 with a lobed rim and an applied cigarette holder, numbered 96221 and 963001, respectively, together with 4 associated sterling examples, 2 by Hunt Silver Company and 10 silverplate examples by Homan Silverplate Co., numbered 1739; approximate total weighable 14.62 ozt. Diameter of largest 3 1/4 inches. $300-500

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670*

676

680*

An American Sterling Silver Paul Revere Reproduction Bowl, Tuttle Silversmiths,

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Flatware Articles,

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles,

1929-1933, marked sterling 229 and etched with the number 325001, together with an associated Mexican Sterling Silver Bowl, Fabian, stamped 925, Fabian, 3061; approximate total weight 33.69 ozt. Height of largest 4 x diameter 9 1/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. George Canty, Jr., Boca Raton, Florida $500-700 671*

Twelve American Sterling Silver Flatware Articles, R. Wallace & Sons,

comprising 11 demitasse spoons, each with leaf decoration and a gilt bowl and a cold meat fork in the Irian pattern, together with a glass pill box having an Art Nouveau sterling silver lid, likely by Foster & Bailey; approximate total weighable 6.32 ozt. Length of longest 9 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. Larry Whitlow, Oak Brook, Illinois $150-250 672

An American Sterling Silver Vanity Set, Webster, monogrammed MFH, comprising a hand mirror and two brushes. Length of longest 11 1/2 inches. $200-400 673*

A Pair of American Sterling Silver Compotes, Webster Co.,

having lobed bowl and standard, bearing standard marks, numbered 2909, weighted. Height 6 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $100-200 674*

A Set of Eight American Sterling Silver Salt Spoons, Westmorland,

together with six skewers marked DED, 925, and eight molded square glass salt cellars; approximate total weighable 1.89 ozt. Length of first 2 3/8 inches. Property from the Dr. Myrna Salud Living Trust, Marion, Indiana $100-200 675

An Assembled American Sterling Silver Partial Flatware Service,

including various makers and patterns, comprising 8 dinner forks, 12 cream soup spoons, 9 teaspoons, an olive fork and a serving spoon by Towle, 4 dinner knives by Dominick and Haff, 10 butter knives, 2 teaspoons and a cheese pick by Whiting Manufacturing Co., 5 bouillon spoons by R. Wallace & Sons, 9 salad forks by Gorham and 6 dinner knives marked sterling; 68 items total, approximate total weighable 73.19 ozt. Length of dinner knife 9 3/8 inches. $1,500-2,500

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by various makers, comprising 11 ice cream spoons and an ice cream scoop by Watson, in the Lily pattern, a pie server by Amston, five pierced spoon, including examples by Mauser, Shiebler and International, six sauce ladle, including examples by Frank M. Whiting, Weidlich and Webster, six bouillon spoons, seven teaspoons, three pairs of tongs and seven additional examples, together with a silver paper knife, having a handle in the shape of a hound; 48 items total, approximate total weighable 41.06 ozt. Length of longest 10 inches. $800-1,200 677*

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles,

comprising a set of 12 teaspoons by Towle, 12 butter spreaders by Gorham and additional articles by various makers including 3 napkin rings, 5 demitasse spoons, a serving spoon and sugar tongs, together with a Norwegian sterling silver pie server and an English silverplate salad spoon; approximate total weighable 26.93 ozt. Length of longest 9 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $600-800 678*

An Assembled American Sterling Silver Flatware Service,

by various makers including Gorham, Reed & Barton, Towle and others, comprising 12 dinner forks, 12 fruit spoons, 11 cocktail forks, 8 bouillon spoons, 5 serving spoons and 4 serving articles, together with 11 Meridian silverplate dinner knives and 6 unmarked dinner forks; approximate total weighable 47.46 ozt. Length of dinner knife 8 1/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $800-1,200 679

comprising a silver mounted trumpet vase by Hawkes, eight bread plates, monogrammed KMG, and a weighted compote; approximate total weighable 16.73 ozt. Diameter of plate 6 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Garner, Chicago, Illinois $500-700 681*

A Collection of Sterling Silver Bar Articles,

comprising six coasters by Webster Co. with reticulated edges and a glass base, a set of nine coasters marked Sterling, a jigger by Gorham, a jigger by Towle, an ice pick, a cocktail stirrer, an Italian pepper grinder and a lemon knife, together with a silverplate goblet; 25 items total, approximate total weighable 2.67 ozt. Diameter of coaster 3 1/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Garner, Chicago, Illinois $300-500 682*

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles, comprising a sugar and creamer by Newport, a footed bowl, a bread plate and a spoon by Towle, and a cocktail fork; 6 items total, approximate total weight overall 13.77 ozt. Diameter of bowl 4 7/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Garner, Chicago, Illinois $300-500 683

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Dresser Articles, comprising a reniform dish and card case by Wm B. Kerr, numbered 3500 and 2134 respectively, a belt buckle, two cigarette cases and a card case, each marked Sterling; approximate total weight 6.61 ozt. Width of widest 5 7/8 inches. $100-200

An Assembled American Sterling Silver Flatware Service for Twelve,

684

comprising salad forks and bouillon spoons by International in the Stratford pattern, butter spreaders by Lunt and cocktail forks (11) by Howard, retailed by Marshall Field & Co.; approximate total weight 34.96 ozt. Length of first 6 1/8 inches. $700-900

comprising a yo-yo by Gorham, numbered 30, two brushes, a tea strainer, a crumb brush, a nail pick and a nail file, each marked Sterling, together with a Southeast Asian silver parasol handle; approximate total weighable 1.13 ozt. Width of widest 4 1/2 inches. $100-200

679A

685

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Partial Flatware Articles,

comprising six dinner forks, three salad fork, 12 teaspoons, six bouillon spoons, three fruit spoons, a sauce ladle and a jelly server by Durgin in the Fairfax pattern, five salad forks and six dinner knives by Gorham, six dinner forks by International and six dinner knives marked Sterling; 55 items total, approximate total weighable 43.71 ozt. Length of dinner knife 8 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of a Florida and Southampton, New York Philanthropist and Collector $800-1,200

F I N E S I LV E R A N D O B J E T S D E V E R T U

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles,

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles,

comprising examples by Gorham, International and others, including a plate, bowls, salt cellars, a caster and a tea strainer with wooden handle; 9 items total, approximate total weight overall 19.62 ozt. Diameter of largest 8 inches. Property from the Estate of a Florida and Southampton, New York Philanthropist and Collector $400-600


686

693

699

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Flatware Articles,

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Serving Articles,

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Flatware and Serving Articles,

comprising 8 salad forks by Reed & Barton in the Marlborough pattern, 12 teaspoons by Manchester Silver Company in the Amaryllis pattern, 12 teaspoons by Sterling Silver Manufacturing Company in the La Tosca pattern, 2 master salts by W. Moir, a mustard spoon by Gorham, a master salt by Whiting in the Violet pattern and a coin teaspoon by Siddleback, together with 5 Mexican tea sippers; approximate total weight 24.39 ozt. Length of longest 7 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of a Florida and Southampton, New York Philanthropist and Collector $400-600

comprising a pair of serving spoons by Dominick & Haff in the Broad Antique pattern; a cheese server and pie server by John Hasselbring; a cake knife by Frank M. Whiting Co., cheese server and lemon fork in various patterns; an olive fork by Wallace and serving spoon in the Stradivari pattern; a lemon fork by Towle in the Southwind pattern; a serving fork by International in the Prelude pattern and a butter spreader, olive fork and pie server in various patterns marked Sterling, together with a tazza by Revere Silver Co.; approximate total weighable 20.93 ozt. Length of longest 12 1/2 inches. $400-600

687*

694

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles,

Five American Sterling Silver and Silver Mounted Articles,

comprising a set of three weighted candlesticks by Watrous Mfg., a pair of goblets retailed by Cartier, a cordial by Towle , a cordial by Web, a campagna by Hallmark, a diminutive vase, an ash receiver and a diminutive trophy, together with an English silver match safe; 11 items total, approximate total weighable 16.78 ozt. Height of tallest 6 7/8 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Benjamin II, Manalapan, Florida $500-700 688

Six American Sterling Silver Articles,

comprising a weighted compote by Gorham, a bowl by Webster, and four associated weighted candlesticks; approximate weighable 6.09 ozt. Diameter of bowl 9 1/8 inches. $400-600 689*

A Group of American Sterling Silver Serving Articles,

comprising a pair of grinders by Whiting, a wood grinder by John Hasselbring and a pair of table lighters by Ronson. Height of tallest 9 3/8 inches. $100-200 695*

Five Sterling Silver Smoking Articles,

of various origins and makers, comprising a pair of cigarette boxes with wood-lined inserts by International further having a Watrous Mfg. Co. hallmark, an elongated humidor with divided woodlined insert and two lighters. Length of longest 8 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $200-400 696

Five American Sterling Silver Mounted Glass Cruets,

comprising three spoon and fork sets by S. Kirk & Son, a cheese scoop by Gorham and a sugar spoon by International in the Joan of Arc pattern; 8 items total, approximate total weight 17.49 ozt. Length of longest 9 1/2 inches. $400-600

comprising a pair of syrup pitchers by Frank M. Whiting & Co., a pitcher by Wallace with a stopper, an oil and vinegar jar with a stopper by Sheffield Silver Co. and a covered jar by Elgin Silversmith Co. with a spoon; approximate total weighable 0.95 ozt. Height of tallest 7 7/8 inches. $150-250

690

697*

Two American Sterling Silver Serving Articles,

comprising a rectangular handled tray by Frank W. Smith Silver Co. and an oval scalloped center bowl by Poole Silver Co.; approximate total weight 36.73 ozt. Width of first over handles 19 1/4 inches. $800-1,200 691

Three American Sterling Silver Articles,

comprising a square form bowl with chased floral decoration, monogrammed CWB by Reed and Barton, numbered 810C, a pierced shaped square basket by Lebkuecher & Co., numbered 576, and a handled basket monogrammed F by Whiting Manufacturing Co., numbered 4842; approximate total weight 24.425 ozt. Width of widest 9 1/8 inches. $500-700 692

Two American Sterling Silver Compotes,

comprising an example by Hamilton and one by Clarence A. Vanderbilt, each weighted. Height of taller 6 1/4 inches. $80-120

A Group of American Sterling Silver Articles,

comprising 14 International salad forks in the Old English pattern, 12 Gorham butter spreaders and 12 demitasse spoons; approximate total weight 25.88 ozt. Length of salad fork 6 inches. Property from the Estate of Sydney M. Arenberg, Glencoe, Illinois $600-800 698*

A Collection of Twenty Sterling Silver Spoons,

of various makers and forms, including souvenir spoons, teaspoons, salt spoons and others, together with nine sterling silver mounted serving articles; approximate total weighable 13.90 ozt. Length of longest 15 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $300-500

comprising a partial set by R. Wallace & Sons Co., in the Violet pattern, including six dinner knives, four tablespoons and six teaspoons, a sauce ladle and teaspoon by R. Wallace & Sons Co., a salad serving set by Whiting, a pierced salad serving set by Roger Williams Silver Co., a teaspoon by Watson and a serving spoon by Wm. Rogers & Son, together with a Continental silver soup ladle; 26 items total, approximate total weighable 25.69 ozt. Length of longest 13 inches. $500-700 700

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Flatware Articles, comprising a serving spoon, serving fork and sugar tongs by S. Kirk & Sons, a set of five teaspoons by Wm. B. Durgin, a pair of sugar tongs and a berry spoon by Reed & Barton, two salt spoons and a pierced spoon by Gorham, 13 additional examples by various makers, including two pie servers, two sauce ladles, a fish knife, an olive fork, two salt spoons, a soup spoon, a pair of sugar tongs and three napkin rings, together with two bread plates, two handled cups, a pair of salt cellars with cobalt liners and salt spoons, two silver mounted glass jars and an English silver spoon, London, 1801, maker’s mark rubbed; approximate total weighable 34.08 ozt. Length of longest 10 1/8 inches. $500-700 701

An Assembled Set of American Sterling Silver Flatware Articles,

comprising six serving articles by Dominick & Haff in the Broad Antique pattern, including a cold meat fork, two serving forks, a serving spoon, a sauce ladle, a fruit spoon and a butter server, together with examples by Reed & Barton, including 12 steak knives and three cake servers; approximate total weighable 17.11 ozt. Length of longest 9 3/4 inches. $400-600 702*

A Collection of Silver and Sterling Silver Flatware Articles, of various origins, comprising 11 American sterling articles, including a serving spoon, a pie server and an olive fork by Gorham in the Hispana pattern, a carving set by Frank M. Whiting, a teaspoon by Webster, a sauce ladle by Dominick & Haff, three salt spoons, an English silver olive fork, a set of eight various Italian silver table articles and nine cocktail skewers with figural or animal form handles; approximate total weighable 4.88 ozt. Length of longest overall 14 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. Emanuel Feingold, Highland Park, Illinois $100-200 703*

Three American Sterling Silver Articles,

comprising a Gorham oval tray, an Alvin round tray and a Wallace dish; approximate total weight 53.04 ozt. Width of widest tray 18 inches. Property from the Estate of Sydney M. Arenberg, Glencoe, Illinois $800-1,200

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704

710*

716*

Two American Sterling Silver Table Articles,

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Table Articles,

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Table Articles,

711*

717

Three American Sterling Silver Bowls,

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Table Articles,

comprising a center bowl with a band of beaded and scrolling foliate decoration, raised on a conforming foot, monogrammed DMC, by Wm. B. Durgin, retailed by Spaulding & Co., bearing standard marks and numbered 37E, and a compote with pierced and floral decoration, by Frank M. Whiting, bearing standard marks and numbered A219; approximate total weight 33.28 ozt. Diameter of first 9 1/8 inches. $700-900 705

Four American Sterling Silver Bowls,

comprising a center bowl by Randahl, having applied pomegranate and leaf decorated handles, numbered 300, an example by International in the Spring Glory pattern, numbered B195, an example by Frank M. Whiting with repoussè floral decoration, numbered 516, and an example by Towle, of shaped oval form with allover hand hammered decoration, engraved Marigold Trophy Race August 23- 1913 raised on paw form feet, numbered 494ISH; approximate total weight 25.44 ozt. Width of widest over handles 10 5/8 inches. $600-800 706

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Table Articles,

comprising bowls and trays of various sizes, including examples by Wallace, Lunt, S. Kirk & Son, Gorham and Newport; 9 items total, approximate total weight 62.83 ozt. Width of widest 12 3/8 inches. $800-1,200 707

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles,

comprising a creamer by Wm. B. Durgin, retailed by Spaulding & Co., a sauce bowl by Henry Birks & Sons, a service bell by Frank M. Whiting Co., a tea strainer by Maltby, Stevens & Curtiss Co., six salt cellars by Watrous, retailed by International, two ash receivers and a pair of handled salt cellars, one with a glass liner; approximate total weighable 14.86 ozt. Width of widest 7 1/8 inches. $300-500 708

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Ash Receivers,

comprising 12 examples by Mauser Manufacturing Co., 4 by George A. Henckel & Co. and one by Chicago Silver Company; 17 items total, approximate total weight 12.26 ozt. Diameter of largest 3 3/4 inches. $200-400 709*

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles, including examples by Towle, Whiting, Reed & Barton, R. Wallace & Co. and Webster, comprising 4 sauce ladles, a tea strainer, a fish fork and 10 spoons of various sizes, together with 12 additional silverplate flatware articles; approximate total weighable 15.74 ozt Length of longest 7 5/8 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $600-800

comprising 7 associated bread plates, a Reed & Barton sauce and undertray in the Windsor pattern and an International bowl in the Paul Revere pattern, together with two shell form dishes and an oval tray; approximate total weight 48.14 ozt. Diameter of first 6 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $400-600

of various makers, of graduated size, the largest by M. Fred Hirsch Co., marked Sterling, 0940, Reproduction, “Paul Revere” 1768, the second largest by Gorham, marked Sterling, 471, P. Revere, Reproduction, the smallest by International in the Prelude pattern, bearing conforming marks, further marked Y91, together with American sterling silver brandy warmer by Baldwin & Miller; approximate total weighable 48.51 ozt. Diameter of largest 10 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $300-500 712*

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Casters, of various makers and sizes, together with eight enameled Norwegian sterling silver and cut glass casters; 26 items total, approximate total weighable 15.68 ozt. Height of tallest 6 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $500-700 713

Four American Sterling Silver Articles,

comprising two dishes by Reed and Barton and a pair of weighted candlesticks by Empress; approximate total weighable 13.08 ozt. Width of widest 12 1/8 inches. $300-500 714*

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Service Plates,

comprising nine bread plates by Alvin, a dish by Randahl, a dish by Dominick & Haff and a reticulated example by Shreve Crump & Low Co., together with six Italian silverplate bread plates; approximate total weighable 43.81 ozt. Diameter of first 6 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $800-1,200 715

Three American Sterling Silver Articles,

comprising a footed bowl by Gorham and a pair of ash receivers; approximate total weight 12.43 ozt. Width of largest 6 1/4 inches. $300-500

of various makers including Reed & Barton and Wallace, comprising a cream and sugar set, a gravy with undertray, a weighted compote, a child’s cup, four ash receivers and two trays; approximate total weighable 43.39 ozt. Width of widest 11 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $800-1,200

comprising seven casters and six cordials, cordials weighted, including examples by Wallace, Kirk and NSCO; approximate total weighable 10.80 ozt. Height of tallest 4 3/4 inches. $200-400 718*

Four American Sterling Silver Tazze,

comprising examples by J.S. Col, Towle, Arrowsmith and others, one weighted; approximate total weighable 23.22 ozt. Diameter of largest 10 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $400-600 719

A Collection of Nine American Sterling Silver Table Articles,

comprising bowls, plates and compotes, including examples by Wallace, Whiting and others; approximate total weight 51.29 ozt. Width of widest 11 inches. $800-1,200 720*

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles,

of various makers, comprising a creamer and sugar set, a milk pitcher, a child’s cup, a porringer and two footed bowls, together with seven silver mounted coasters, a silver mounted trivet and a silver mounted salt with a ruby glass liner; approximate total weighable 21.67 ozt. Height of tallest 6 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $500-700 721

A Collection of Ten American Sterling Silver Table Articles,

comprising two compotes, two candlesticks, two bud vases, a creamer and sugar set and two footed bowls, including examples by Cartier, SGS Co., Empire, Duchin Creation and others, each weighted. Height of tallest 7 inches. $300-500 722

Three American Sterling Silver Articles,

comprising a brandy warmer by Revere Silversmiths, a pepper grinder by Richard Dimes and a glass-lined tumbler by Reed & Barton. Width of widest 8 1/4 inches. $200-400 723

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Napkin Rings,

126

F I N E S I LV E R A N D O B J E T S D E V E R T U

having various decorations and engravings, comprising three examples by Towle, one by Gorham and two others, together with two silverplate examples; approximate total weighable 7.38 ozt. Height of tallest 1 3/4 inches. $200-400


724*

731*

737

Two American Sterling Silver Revere Bowls,

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles,

Two Sets of American Sterling Silver Casters,

one by Gorham, the other by Poole, together with two silverplate examples; approximate total weighable 26.10 ozt. Diameter of larger sterling bowl 8 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $400-600

comprising two salad sets by J.S. & Co. with additional items by Gorham, International and others; 11 items total, approximate total weight 27.26 ozt. Length of longest 9 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $300-500

725

732

Two American Sterling Silver Table Articles,

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Table Articles,

comprising two shell form dishes, including examples by Gorham, 1947, bearing standard marks, numbered 40617, and another by Meriden Brittania Co., monogrammed P, bearing standard marks, numbered WB105A; approximate total weight 21.82 ozt. Width of widest 9 1/8 inches. $400-600 726

Two American Sterling Silver Table Articles,

comprising a handled basket by Watson in the Irish pattern, of shaped oval form raised on bun feet, bearing standard marks, numbered A208, and a center bowl by R. Wallace Co. in the Monteith pattern, bearing standard marks and numbered 3919; approximate total weight 39.58 ozt. Width of widest 10 3/8 inches. $700-900 727

Three American Sterling Silver Table Articles,

comprising a sauce bowl with undertray by Porter Blanchard, a double sauce bowl with applied handles and anthemion decorated feet by Reed & Barton, numbered X502, and a weighted compote by Towle in the Lady Diana pattern, numbered 15302, further marked Patented June 18, 1929, Filled Base, each bearing standard marks; approximate total weighable 22.18 ozt. Height of tallest 6 1/4 inches. $500-700 728

comprising a teacup and saucer by Elgin Silversmiths, a creamer with repoussè decoration by Tiffany & Co., numbered 5230 M 9931, a cordial by International, a footed waste bowl, a teapot with a wicker handle, a tea caddy and a demitasse creamer and sugar set; approximate total weight overall 28.29 ozt. Height of tallest 4 inches. $500-700

Two American Sterling Silver Serving Trays,

comprising an oval example by Watson Company in the Navarre pattern, having a central presentation engraving, numbered 9403, and a circular example by Towle, numbered S54201; approximate total weight 61.60 ozt. Width of wider 20 5/8 inches. $1,000-2,000

739

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles,

740

by various makers, comprising a tomato server by Reed & Barton in the Francis I pattern, a sugar spoon by Paye & Baker in the Poppy pattern, two butter picks, a set of six cocktail forks, three sauce ladles, a jelly server, a folding medicine spoon, a baby spoon, two baby forks, three salt spoons, a master salt spoon, six cocktail implements, two demitasse spoons, two teaspoons, a pie server and a cased set of 12 corn cob holders, together with a coin silver tablespoon and 14 souvenir and salt spoons of various origins and decorations, some with enamel; 60 items total, approximate total weighable overall 28.66 ozt. Length of longest 9 3/4 inches. $600-800

A Pair of American Sterling Silver Three-Light Candelabra,

734*

742

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles,

735*

730

comprising six beakers, bearing maker’s mark WSD, and six cordials by Frank Smith, each having a gilt wash interior; approximate total weight 20.04 ozt. Height of tallest 4 1/4 inches. $500-700

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Flatware Articles,

729*

comprising 12 Gorham iced tea spoons, 7 Gorham teaspoons, 12 Towle cocktail forks, 9 Towle teaspoons in two patterns, 8 Towle bouillon spoons, 6 Towle butters knives, 12 Durgin bouillon spoons and a serving fork; approximate total weight 52.10 ozt. Length of first 7 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $800-1,200

Twelve American Sterling Silver Articles,

733

each of circular form with a pierced handle, comprising two examples by Lunt and another by Webster, each bearing standard marks, numbered 560, 567 and 19837, respectively, together with a weighted sterling silver bud vase; approximate total weighable 11.30 ozt. Width of widest 7 5/8 inches. $200-400

An Assembled Collection of American Sterling Silver Flatware,

738

comprising a tray by Wallace in the Modernique pattern, a trophy by Reed & Barton in the Normandy pattern, a trophy by Randahl and a weighted compote and trumpet vase by Whiting; approximate total weighable 36.34 ozt. Width of widest 12 3/8 inches. $800-1,200

comprising two Gorham weighted candlesticks, a Durgin weighted candy dish, two Empire weighted casters and an Empire weighted vase, together with 12 Mexican sterling silver individual casters and 6 sterling examples; approximate total weighable 4.52 ozt. Height of first 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Dr. Myrna Salud Living Trust, Marion, Indiana $300-500

Three American Sterling Silver Porringers,

comprising 12 examples by Gorham and 12 examples by International; approximate total weight 8.59 ozt. Height of first 1 5/8 ozt. $200-400

each having a baluster form standard issuing the candle arms, marked Sterling, weighted. Width 11 1/4 inches. $200-400 741

Two Pairs of American Sterling Silver Candlesticks,

the first by Reed and Barton, of hexagonal form, monogrammed EMB, stamped 220, the second by Empire, of baluster form, stamped 620, weighted. Height of first 9 3/4 inches. $300-500

Four American Sterling Silver Platters,

including examples by Towle, numbered 6575, R. Wallace & Co., numbered 1378, Meriden Brittania Co., numbered 718, and Fred Hirsch Co., numbered 617; approximate total weight 60.09 ozt. Diameter of largest 13 inches. $1,500-2,500 743

A Collection of Seven American Sterling Silver Articles,

comprising a pair of Webster weighted compotes, a Crown weighted candy dish and a pair of Gorham weighted three-light candelabra. Height of tallest 11 1/2 inches. Property from the Dr. Myrna Salud Living Trust, Marion, Indiana $600-800

comprising a water pitcher by M. Fred Hirsch & Co., numbered 422, a creamer and sugar set by Currier & Roby, numbered 1792, a covered dish with a French ceramic insert and lid by Whiting, retailed by Black, Starr & Frost, numbered 5686, a paper knife by Old Newberry Crafters and a service bell, together with a Danish silver bell with an ivory handle by Cohr; approximate total weighable 37.94 ozt. Height of tallest over handles 9 1/8 inches. $700-900

736*

744

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles,

A Collection of American Sterling Silver and Sterling Silver Mounted Articles,

comprising 12 casters, 15 salt spoons, a cake plate and a center bowl. Height of tallest 2 1/4 inches. Property from the Dr. Myrna Salud Living Trust, Marion, Indiana $200-400

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles,

comprising eight iced tea sippers by Webster, a sauce ladle by R. Blackinton & Co., two olive forks by International, a lemon fork by Dominick & Haff, a cake server and sauce ladle by Gorham, a cake server by Roger Williams Silver Co., a steak fork by R. Wallace & Sons, a lemon fork by Graff, Washbourne & Dunn and 8 additional articles; 25 items total, approximate total weighable 8.39 ozt. Length of longest 10 1/2 $200-400

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745

750*

757*

A Collection of Twenty-Three American Sterling Silver Spoons,

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles,

Two American Sterling Silver Serving Articles,

comprising souvenir spoons, teaspoons and demitasse spoons by various makers including Gorham, Towle, Reed & Barton, Shepard, Paye & Baker, Whiting and others, together with four silverplate souvenir spoons; approximate total weighable 13.15 ozt. Length of longest 5 7/8 inches. $300-500

comprising a reticulated basket, monogrammed EER, by Roger Williams Silver Co., a pair of handled baskets with floral repoussè borders by Jenkins & Jenkins, Inc. and a reticulated dish by Towle; approximate total weight 29.28 ozt. Width of widest over handles 12 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth Jeffries Jaci, Chicago, Illinois $600-800

746*

751*

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles,

An American Sterling Silver Tea Service, Ryrie,

comprising an open sugar, a creamer and a bowl by Randahl, a paper knife by Reed & Barton and a serving spoon by Arthur Stone, together with a Mexican sterling bowl by Sanborns and a Continental sauce ladle; approximate total weighable 23.76 ozt. Diameter of largest 5 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James Garner, Chicago, Illinois $500-700

comprising a teapot with an ebonized finial and handle, an open sugar and a creamer, each raised on paw feet, monogrammed T; approximate total weight overall 40.64 ozt. Width of teapot 10 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of A.W. Taylor, Toronto, Ontario, Canada $600-800

747*

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles,

A Collection of American Sterling Silver and Silverplate Articles, Gorham,

sterling examples include an oval bowl with repoussè floral decoration and a bread plate, silverplate examples include a pair of sauce bowls and a charger; 5 items total, approximate total weighable 7.79 ozt. Diameter of charger 10 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth Jeffries Jaci, Chicago, Illinois $200-400 748*

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Children’s Articles,

comprising a porringer monogrammed E.D.J. and a child’s cup inscribed Davey by Frank M. Whiting Co., a baby’s rattle by Webster Co., a child’s cup monogrammed E.D.J. III by National, a child’s mug inscribed Margaret Camilla by Lunt Silversmiths and a porringer by R. Blackinton & Co.; 6 items total, approximate total weighable 14.05 ozt. Width of widest over handle 6 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth Jeffries Jaci, Chicago, Illinois $300-500 749*

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles,

comprising three footed bowls of various forms and sizes including examples by Stieff, Towle and International, a bread plate and a bowl by International, a pair of casters by Matthews Company, a salt cellar and a pair of casters by R. Wallace & Sons Mfg. and a plate inscribed Skeet Handicap 3-3141 Won by D.W. Jeffries by Randahl; 11 items total, approximate total weight 30.61 ozt. Diameter of widest 8 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Elizabeth Jeffries Jaci, Chicago, Illinois $600-800

752* comprising a tea caddy of baluster form, 12 teaspoons with gilt washed bowls and a circular tazza with a reticulated edge, together with four Continental silver articles; 18 items total, approximate total weighable 20.63 ozt. Diameter of tazza 9 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of A.W. Taylor, Toronto, Ontario, Canada $400-600 753*

Two American Sterling Silver Table Articles,

comprising a 1927 Gorham tray with a reticulated edge, numbered A1261, and a Dominick & Haff oval bowl raised on spherical feet, numbered 3475; approximate total weight 11.54 ozt. Diameter of first 10 inches. Property from the Estate of Mr. Emanuel Feingold, Highland Park, Illinois $150-250 754*

An American Sterling Silver Creamer and Sugar Set,

each decorated with a foliate band and stamped Sterling .925, together with an American sterling silver footed bowl and two weighted candlesticks by Wm. A. Rogers; approximate total weighable 12.45 ozt. Height of taller 3 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Florence Kite, Lincolnwood, Illinois $300-500 755

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles,

comprising three picture frames including examples by Theodore W. Foster & Bro. and Webster, a coin purse by R. Blackinton & Co. and a note pad, together with an English picture frame, London, 1986, and glove stretchers, Chester, 1911. Height of largest 5 inches. $200-400 756

Two American Sterling Silver Articles,

together with an 800 silver bowl; approximate weight overall 15.26 ozt. Width of widest 12 1/8 inches. $300-500

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comprising a pastry server with an ivory handle and a vegetable server, together with three ivory handled silverplate articles; approximate total weighable 3.24 ozt. Length of longest 12 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. George Canty, Jr., Boca Raton, Florida $200-400 758*

A Pair of Sterling Silver Casters,

each of baluster form, having chased floral and rococo decoration and raised on three cabriole legs ending in pad feet; total weight 6.39 ozt. Height 4 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. George Canty, Jr., Boca Raton, Florida $150-250 759

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Desk Articles,

of various makers and decoration, comprising a postage scale, a calendar, a paper clip, a pen stand, an inkwell, a match holder, a rocker blotter, a pen brush, a dauber and a wax and burner stand, together with two diminutive ladles. Width of widest 5 3/4 inches. $300-500 760*

A Set of Six American Sterling Silver Ash Receivers,

each of cartouche form, the rims decorated with foliate sprays, putti masks and grotesque masks, monogrammed JDB, together with four associated circular examples, monogrammed with an H; approximate total weight 7.32 ozt. Width of first 5 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of James G. Haft, Winnetka, Illinois $150-250 761*

A Collection of American Sterling Silver Articles, comprising a footed compote, reticulated tray, two bread plates and two cut glass and sterling silver compotes; approximate total weighable 10.90 ozt. Height of first 6 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $400-600 762

A Set of Twenty American Sterling Silver Demitasse Casters,

of faceted form, marked Sterling; approximate total weight 2.28 ozt. Height 1 1/2 inches. $200-400 763*

A Set of Four American Sterling Silver Casters, Baldwin & Miller, each of baluster form, bearing standard marks, numbered 52; approximate total weight 11.795 ozt. Height 5 1/2 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $100-200


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Eleven American Sterling Silver Ash Receivers, Frank W. Smith Silver Co.,

A Pair of American Silverplate Three Light Candelabra, possibly E.G. Webster & Son,

A Collection of Silverplate Serving Articles,

of shaped circular form, bearing standard marks, numbered 203, together with a diminutive trophy by Watson, engraved Indian Hill, 1948; approximate total weight 11.07 ozt. Diameter 3 1/8 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $150-250 765*

A Pair of American Sterling Silver Candlesticks, each of tapering form raised on a circular foot, marked Sterling Re-enforced, numbered 28, weighted. Height 10 1/4 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $150-250 766*

An Assembled American Sterling Silver Vanity Set,

comprising a hand mirror, a nail buff with undertray and a comb. Length of first 10 3/8 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $200-400 767*

A Set of Six American Sterling Silver Goblets,

each of baluster form with an engraved monogram, marked Sterling/35; approximate total weight 24.06 ozt. Height 5 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $300-500 768*

An American Sterling Silver Vanity Set,

comprising a brush, a hand mirror and a comb. Length of first 9 inches. Property from the Dr. Myrna Salud Living Trust, Marion, Indiana $150-250 769*

An American Silverplate Tyg, Homan,

Cincinnati, late 19th/early 20th century, of baluster form with three foliate decorated handles, raised on a circular foot. Height 10 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $100-200 770

An Assembled Set of American Silverplate and Mother-of-Pearl Handled Knives,

comprising 12 dinner knives with silverplate blades by Towle and 6 luncheon knives with blades by Meriden Cutlery Co., together with a cake knife with a stainless blade by Kirks, marked Birthday Cake Knife, Sheffield, England. Length of dinner knife 8 7/8 inches. $100-200 771*

A Group of Three American Silverplate Cocktail Shakers, of various forms and sizes, each handled, together with a silverplate water pitcher. Height of tallest 12 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $100-200

having a baluster form standard issuing the scrolling candle arms, with foliate decoration throughout, each with a flame form finial. Height 20 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $600-800 773

Three Silverplate Serving Articles,

of various forms, each decorated with a squirrel motif, comprising examples by Pairpoint, Walker & Hall and the North East Silver Plate Co. Width of widest 10 1/2 inches. $100-200 774*

An American Siverplate Tea and Coffee Service, W.D. Smith Silver Co., Chicago, in the Chippendale pattern, each of rectangular tapering form with concave corners having engraved scrolling foliate decoration, comprising a teapot and coffee pot with hardstone insulators, a waste bowl, a creamer and a covered sugar. Height of tallest 10 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $300-500 775*

A Silverplate Coffee and Tea Service, Martin,

comprising three covered entrèes, a covered soup tureen, two entrèe covers and an entrèe base. Height of tallest 11 1/4 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $100-200 780

An English Silverplate Cloche, Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh, of oval domed form, having an applied handle and a gadrooned rim, numbered 1099 1/2. Width 17 7/8 inches. $300-500 781*

A Collection of Silverplate Serving Articles,

comprising a three-tiered pastry stand, a basket with swing handle, a diminutive coffee pot, a bell and a three-part coffee set. Height of first over handle 15 3/4 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $300-500 782*

A Collection of Silverplate Serving Articles,

comprising a galleried tray, two small oval trays, a shell form dish, a bowl, a gravy and a leaf form bowl. Width of first 12 1/2 inches. Property from the Estate of Eleanor Robertson Stokes, Louisville, Kentucky $200-400

comprising a coffee pot and a kettle on stand with composite insulators, a milk pitcher, a creamer and a covered sugar, together with a matching wine bucket, each engraved Happy Days, and twelve goblets monogrammed HD. Height of tallest overall 13 inches. Property from the Estate of David C. Copley, La Jolla, California $300-500

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776*

784

A Pair of Silverplate Wine Coolers,

each of urn form with gadrooned decoration and acanthus leaf decorated handles, together with two trays and a trivet. Height of pair 10 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $200-400 777

An American Silverplate Tea and Coffee Service, Birmingham Silver Co., comprising a tea pot, a coffee pot and a covered sugar with fruit form finials, a waste bowl and a creamer, each of baluster form with gadrooned bands, raised on a circular foot. Height of tea pot 12 1/2 inches. $200-400 778*

A Collection of Four Silverplate Sauce Boats, of various makers and patterns, three with undertrays. Width of widest overall 12 1/4 inches. Property from the Elizabeth Price Welch Legacy Collection, Chicago, Illinois $100-200

A Collection of Silverplate Articles,

comprising a brush, marked German Silver, a lorgnette, a glass and silverplate mounted flask, two cigarette cases, a notepad holder, a pill box, a belt buckle, a comb, a diminutive hand mirror and a glass scent bottle. Width of widest 7 1/8 inches. $80-120

Six Mexican Sterling Silver Iced Tea Sippers, Victoria for Taxco,

each having a shell form scoop and marked 180, Sterling; approximate total weight 2.58 ozt. Length 7 1/2 inches. Property from a Chicago Family Collection $80-120 785*

Two Mexican Sterling Silver Overlay Glass Serving Articles,

comprising a lidded example and a spouted example. Height of taller 5 1/4 inches. Property from the Estate of George B. Chapman, Chicago, Illinois $100-200 786*

A Collection of Mexican Sterling Silver Articles,

comprising two footed bowls, a handled oval bowl and six glass-lined cordials; approximate total weighable 20.31 ozt. Width of widest 8 inches. Property from the Estate of Margaret Borden, Peoria, Illinois $500-700 787

A Mexican Sterling Silver Humidor,

opening to a segmented wood-lined interior. Width 10 1/8 inches. $400-600

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Silversmith Index ARTIST NAME LOT

American Adelphi 553 Alvin 340, 342-344 Baldwin & Miller 763 Banner, Michael and Maureen 552 Barbour Silver Co. 345-346A Birmingham Silver Co. 777 Black, Starr & Frost 348, 347, 463 Blackinton & Co. 242 Blanchard, Porter 523 Cartier 349, 658 Cellini Shop 526 Chicago Silver Co. 527 Cini, Guglielmo 659, 660 D.L. & Co. 195 Dominick & Haff 210, 258, 350-357, 554 Durham 358-360 Elgin Silversmiths 361 Ellmore 661, 662 Ensko 362 Erikson Silver Shop 528 Fisher Silversmiths Inc. 363 Gale & Willis 338 Gale Jr., William 339 Galt & Bro., M.W. 333 Gorham 364-402, 555, 556, 663-666, 747 Gump’s 194, 403 Hawkes 404 Heirloom 405 Herbst & Wassall 406 Homan 769 Howard & Co. 407, 408 Hunt Silver Co. 409 International 410-420, 557, 558, 667 Justis & Armiger 421 Kalo 245, 529-537 Kerr, William B. 246, 247, 544 Kirk & Sons, S. 422-433 Lebolt 538-540 Lunt 434 Marshall Field & Co. 541 Mauser Manufacturing Co. 435, 436 Meriden Brittania Co. 559-561 Mueck-Carey Co. 437 Old Newbury Crafters 542 Oneida 438 Ortega 572 Pewter Crafters of Cape Cod 551 Preisner 439, 668 Randahl 440 Randahl, Julius Olaf 543 Redlich & Co. 211, 441 Reed & Barton 442-458, 562 Rogers Silver Co., F.B. 459 Royal Crest 460 Ryrie 751 Scearce, Mark J. 461 Schultz & Co., A.G. 462 Sciarrotta 464-466 Sedlacek 546 Shiebler, George W. 563, 564 Smith, Frank W. 467, 468, 764 Smith, W.D. 774 Spaulding & Co. 469, 566 Thomae Co. 470 Tiffany & Co. 253, 255, 471-496 Towle 497-501, 567, 669 Tuttle 502, 670 Unger Brothers 547, 548 Wallace 503-510, 568, 671 Watrous 511 Watson 512-515 Webster 516, 672, 673 Webster & Son, E.G. 772 Weidlich 517 Werne, Joseph 336 Westmorland 518, 674 Whiting & Co. Frank M. 521, 522 Whiting Manufacturing Co. 212, 519 Whitlock, William H. 334 Woodside 549

Austro-Hungarian Nuber, Vitor

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Brazilian Benson, Ken 577 Danish Cohr 643 Jensen, Georg 141-155 Michelsen, Anton 156-158 Dutch Van Kempen & Son, J.M. 649 English Adams, William 90 Aldridge, Charles & Henry Green 4, 6 Adie Brothers Ltd. 79 Angell I, Joseph 42 Atkin Brothers 68, 599, 600 Bateman, Hester 15, 16 Bateman, Peter & Anne 18, 19, 25 Bateman, Peter & William, 37 Bateman, William 32 Batson, John 201 Boulton, Matthew 86 Broadway & Co., W. I. 84 Carter, Richard, Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp 8 Chawner, Henry 17, 24 Comyns, Richard 82 Cook, Richard 33 Crichton, Lionel Alfred 72 Crossley, Richard 21 Davis, Henry Clifford 65 Dicks, Thomas 47 Dixon & Son, James 73, 601 Dunlop, Sybil 71 Eaton, Elizabeth 55 Eley, William & William Fearn 30 Elkington & Co. 54, 61, 69, 76, 602 Ellis-Barker Silver Co. 603 Freeman & Sons, Israel 77 Fuller, Crispin 39 Gilbert, John 585, 586 Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd. 66, 78 Green & Co. Ltd., Charles S. 70 Green, Roberts, Mosley & Co. 35 Hamilton & Inches 780 Hayens, Henry 1 Hayne, Jonathan 10 Heath & Middleton 588 Hersey & Son, M. C. 85 Hilliard & Thomason 58 Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater 67 Hornby, William 217 Hunt, John & Robert Roskell 56 Jackson, George & David Fullerton 64 Kerr Reid, William 52 Levi & Salaman 63 Lias, Henry John & James Wakely 59 Liberty & Co. 74 Mappin & Webb 590, 605 Marshall & Snelgrove 606 Martin, Hall & Co. 60, 607 Matthews, Henry 188, 593 McHattie & Fenwick 29 Meek, John 48 Mills, Dorothy 2 Mitchell & Russell 43 Mordan & Co., Sampson 198 Morton, Richard 31 Peaston, William 7 Ramsay, Arthur James 62 Reily, Charles & George Storer 53 Roberts & Co., John 34 Robinson, Edkins & Aston 51 Round & Sons, John 608 Rundell, Bridge & Rundell 49 Rutland, Robert 41 Schofield, John 22 Smith, Daniel & Robert Sharp 13

Spaulding & Co. 594 Stamp, James 9 Storr, Paul 27, 40 Terrey & Co., John Edward 50 Urquhar, Duncan & Napthali Hart 26 Viner, Edward 81, 592 Waltson, John 57 William Blake, Sara & John 38 Willson Ltd., Walter H. 80 Wood & Hall 75 Young, James 23 French Cartier 223, 224 Christofle 97-107 Compère, Ernest 95 Etain 109 Follot, Paul 180 Murat, Charles 181 Van Cleef and Arpels 189 Louis Vuitton 226 German Neresheimer and Söhne, B. 125 Roth & Co., Georg 120, 121 WMF 131-134 Irish Pittar, John 12 Tudor, Richard 3 Italian Gucci 227 Moglis, Luigi Cavaliere 264 Pampaloni 138 Raddi, R. 638 Swid Powell 139 Tiffany & Co. 254 Japanese Hattori 282 Miyata, Toshikazu 283 Mexican, Fabian 571 Mendoza 570 Sanborns 573-575 Taxco 784 Norwegian Andersen, David 647, 648 Thune, N. M. 160 Polish Fraget 135 Russian Faberge 173 Futikin, Ivan Ivanovich 176 Ovchinnikov, Pavel Akimov 168 Swedish Lund, Petter Ersson 159 Swiss Cyma Brevet 240

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Conditions of Sale LESLIE HINDMAN AUCTIONEERS, INC. AS AGENT The lots listed in this catalogue will be offered by Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. as owner or as agent for consignor(s) subject to the following terms and conditions. By bidding at auction you agree to be bound by these Conditions of Sale.

BEFORE THE SALE Prospective buyers are strongly advised to personally examine any property in which they are interested before the auction takes place. Condition reports are usually available on request, on lots with a low estimate of $300 and above. All lots are sold “AS IS” and without recourse and neither Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. nor its consignor(s) makes any warranties or representations, express or implied with respect to such lots. Neither Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. nor its consignor(s) makes any express or implied warranty or representation of any kind or nature with respect to merchantability, fitness for purpose, correctness of the catalogue or other description of the physical condition, size, quality, rarity, importance, medium, material, genuineness, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin, exhibitions, literature or historical significance of any lot sold. The absence of any reference to the condition of a lot does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. No statement, whether written or oral, and whether made in the catalogue, or in supplements to the catalogue, an advertisement, a bill of sale, a salesroom posting or announcement, the remarks of an auctioneer, or otherwise, shall be deemed to create any warranty, representation or assumption of liability. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. and its consignor(s) make no warranty or representation, express or implied, that the purchaser will acquire any copyright or reproduction rights to any lot sold. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers Inc. expressly reserves the right to reproduce any image of the lots sold in the catalogue.

AT THE SALE Refusal of Admission Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. has the right, at our complete discretion, to refuse admission to the premises or participation in any auction and to reject any bid. Registration before Bidding A prospective buyer must complete and sign a registration form and provide identification before bidding. We may require bank or other financial references. Bidding as Principal When making a bid, a bidder is accepting personal liability to pay the purchase price, including the buyer’s premium, all applicable taxes and all other applicable charges, unless it has been explicitly agreed upon in writing with Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. before the commencement of the sale that the bidder is acting as agent on behalf of an identified third party acceptable to Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc., and that Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. will only look to the principal for payment. Absentee Bids We will use reasonable efforts to carry out written bids given to us at least 24 hours prior to the sale for the convenience of clients who are not present at the auction in person, by an agent or by telephone. Bids must be placed in U.S. dollars. If we receive written bids on a particular lot for identical amounts, and these are the highest bids on the lot at the auction, it will be sold to the person whose written bid was received and accepted first. Execution of written bids is a free service undertaken subject to other commitments at the time of the sale and we do not accept liability for failing to execute a written bid or for errors and omissions in connection with the written bid. Telephone Bids On lots with a low estimate of $300 and above and if a prospective buyer makes arrangements with us prior to the commencement of the sale we will use reasonable efforts to contact them to enable them to participate in the bidding by telephone and we do not accept liability for failure to do so or for errors and omissions in connection with telephone bidding. These telephone bids may be recorded at the discretion of Leslie Hindman Auctioneers.

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F I N E S I LV E R A N D O B J E T S D E V E R T U

Online Bids We will use reasonable efforts to carry out online bids and do not accept liability for equipment failure, inability to access the Internet or software malfunctions related to the execution of online bids. Reserves Some lots in the sale are subject to a reserve which is the confidential minimum price below which such lot will not be sold. The reserve will not exceed the low estimate of the lot. Reserves are agreed upon with consignors or, in the absence thereof, the absolute discretion of Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. The auctioneer may open the bidding on any lot below the reserve by placing a bid on behalf of the seller. The auctioneer may continue to bid on behalf of the seller up to the amount of the reserve, either by placing consecutive bids or by placing bids in response to other bidders. With respect to lots that are offered without reserve, unless there are already competing bids, the auctioneer, in his or her discretion, will generally open the bidding at half of the low estimate for the lot. In the absence of a bid at that level, the auctioneer may proceed backwards at his or her discretion until a bid is recognized, and then continue up from that amount. Auctioneer’s Discretion The auctioneer has the right at his or her absolute and sole discretion to refuse any bid, to advance the bidding in such a manner as he or she may decide, to withdraw any lot, and in the case of error or dispute, and whether during or after the sale, to determine the successful bidder, to continue the bidding, to cancel the sale or to reoffer and resell the item in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, our sale record is conclusive. Successful Bid The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer will be the purchaser. In the case of a tie bid, the winning bidder will determined by the auctioneer at his or her sole discretion. In the event of a dispute between bidders, the auctioneer has final discretion to determine the successful bidder or to reoffer the lot in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, the Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. sale record shall be conclusive. Title passes upon the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer to the highest acknowledged bidder subject to the Conditions of Sale set forth herein, and the bidder assumes full risk and responsibility.

AFTER THE SALE Buyer’s Premium In addition to the hammer price, the buyer agrees to pay Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. a buyer’s premium and the applicable sales tax added to the final total. The buyer’s premium for all purchases is twenty-five percent (25%) of the hammer price up to and including $50,000; twenty percent (20%) of any amount in excess of $50,000 up to and including $1,000,000; and twelve percent (12%) of any amount in excess of $1,000,000. Payment The buyer must pay the entire amount due (including the hammer price, buyer’s premium, all applicable taxes and other charges) no later than 5 p.m. on the seventh (7) business day following the sale. Payment in U.S. dollars may be made with cash; bank check or cashier’s check drawn on a U.S. bank; money order; or wire transfer unless other arrangements are made with Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. reserves the right to hold merchandise purchased by personal check until the check has cleared the bank. The purchaser agrees to pay Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. a handling charge of $50 for any check dishonored by the drawee. Tax Exempt Notice Lots marked with an asterisk (*) are tax exempt as permitted by law.


(Conditions of Sale Continued)

Packing and Shipping If your bid is successful, we can provide you with a list of shippers. We will not be responsible for the acts or omissions of carriers or packers whether or not recommended by us. Property will not be released to the shipper without the buyer’s written consent and until payment has been made in full. Packing and handling of purchased lots by us is at the entire risk of the purchaser, and Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. will have no liability of any loss or damage to such items. Non Payment If we do not receive payment in full, in good cleared funds, within seven (7) business days following the sale, we are entitled in our absolute discretion to exercise one or more of the following measures, in addition to any additional actions available to us by law: a.) to impose a late charge of one and a half percent (1.5%) per thirty (30) days of the total purchase price b.) to hold the defaulting buyer liable for the total amount due and to begin legal proceedings for its recovery together with interest, legal fees and costs to the fullest extent permitted under applicable law c.) to cancel the sale d.) to resell the property publicly or privately with such terms as we find appropriate, to resell the property at public auction without reserve, and with the purchaser liable for any deficiency, cost, including handling charges, the expenses of both sales, our commission on both sales at our regular rate, all other charges due hereunder and incidental damages. In addition, a defaulting purchaser will be deemed to have granted us a security interest in, and we may retain as collateral security for such purchaser’s obligations to us, any property in our possession owned by such purchaser. At our option, payment will not be deemed to have been made in full until we have collected funds represented by checks, or in the case of bank or cashier’s checks, we have confirmed their authenticity. e.) to offset against any amount owed f.) to not allow any bids at any upcoming auction by or on behalf of the buyer g.) to take other action as we find necessary or appropriate

Failure to Collect Purchases If property is not picked up within seven (7) business days following the sale, whether or not payment has been made, Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. reserves the right to charge $5 per lot per day or to deliver said property to a public warehouse for storage at the purchaser’s expense. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. shall have no liability for any damage to property left on its premises for more than seven (7) business days following the sale. In addition, we reserve the right to impose a late charge of one and a half percent (1.5%) per month of the total purchase price if payment is not made in accordance with the conditions set forth herein. For property that is not picked up after thirty (30) calendar days, an additional administration fee of $75 will be charged. Property which is paid for but left on our premises for any reason in excess of sixty (60) calendar days is subject to sale by us with the balance of any funds recovered in excess of storage charges and any other fees being remitted to you.

LIABILITY Condition Reports Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. is not responsible for the correctness of any statement of any kind concerning any lot, whether written or oral, nor for any other errors or omissions in description or for any faults or defects in any lot. Neither the seller, ourselves, our officers, employees or agents, give any representation, warranty or guarantee or assume any liability of any kind in respect of any lot with regard to merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, description, size, quality, condition, completeness, authorship, attribution, authenticity, rarity, importance, medium, provenance, exhibition history, literature or historical relevance. Except as required by local law any warranty of any kind whatsoever is excluded by this paragraph. Purchased Lots If for any reason a purchased lot cannot be delivered in the same condition as at the time of sale, or should any purchased lot be stolen, mis-delivered or lost prior to delivery, Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. shall not be liable for any amount in excess of that paid by the purchaser. Legal Ramifications The rights and obligations of the parties with respect to these Conditions of Sale, the conduct of the auction and any matters connected with any of the foregoing shall be governed and interpreted by the laws of the jurisdiction in Illinois. If any part of these Conditions of Sale is found by any court to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, that part shall be discounted and the rest of the conditions shall continue to be valid to the fullest extent permitted by law. Discretion Any and all of the conditions may be waived or modified in the sole discretion of Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. 1209

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Collecting Purchases Once Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. has received all funds due to us, the buyer shall collect purchased lots within seven (7) business days from the date of the sale.

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L E S L I E H I N D M A N AU C T I O N E E R S | BID FORM

fax 312.280.1211

bid@lesliehindman.com

Online registration/bid requests must be received at least 24 hours before the auction begins. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. will confirm all bids received by fax or by return email. Phone bids will not be accepted on lots with a low estimate below $300. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. allows absentee and telephone bidding registration through our website at www.lesliehindman.com.

246 Name Sale Number/Name

Business Name

Billing Address

City State Country/Zip

Contact Name

Email Fax

A per lot buyer’s premium is added to the final hammer price as per the following:

Signature Date

BID LIVE ONLINE

$0-$200 $10 $200-$500 $25 $500-$1,000 $50 $1,000-$2,000 $100 $2,000-$5,000 $200 $5,000-$10,000 $500 $10,000-$20,000 $1,000 $20,000-$50,000 $2,000 $50,000-$100,000 $5,000 $100,000-$200,000 $10,000 Over $200,000 Auctioneer’s discretion For absentee bids, indicate your limit for each lot. Your bids will be executed at the lowest prices allowed by reserves and competing bids. If we receive more than one bid of the same value, the first one received will take precedence.

Primary Phone Secondary Phone

For Leslie Hindman AUCTIONEERS, INC.

Bidding generally opens at half the low estimate and advances in the following order, although the auctioneer may vary the bidding increments during the course of the auction. The normal bidding increments are:

$0 - $50,000 $50,001 - $1,000,000 $1,000,001+

Date

I authorize Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. to bid on my behalf up to the amount stated below. By bidding at auction you agree to be bound to the Conditions of Sale as stated in the sale catalogue and on our website.

25% 20% 12%

Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, Inc. is not responsible for failure or other inadvertent errors relating to the execution of your bids.

First time bidders please provide proof of identification: Passport/Driver’s License/National Identity Card

Lot Number

LOT Description

Absentee Bid (US Dollar Limit)

EXCLUDES BUYER’S PREMIUM

1338 West Lake Street Chicago, Illinois 60607 bid@lesliehindman.com

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lesliehindman.com

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PHONE BID

(PLEASE CHECK)

Back-up Bid FOR TELEPHONE BIDDERS ONLY

fx 312.280.1211


L E S L I E H I N D M A N AU C T I O N E E R S

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Sale 246: Fine Silver and Objets de Vertu  

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