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FINE AUGUST ESTATES & PRIVATE COLLECTIONS Live Auction: Monday, August 20, 2018, 10AM ET Special Week-Long Exhibition: August 11-19, 11AM-5PM MORNING: Fine, Folk & Ethnographic Art | Antiques & Decorative Arts AFTERNOON: Important Collection of Black Americana | Illustration Art | Folk & Self-Taught Art

Lot 596. Important Figural Slave Trade Abolition Statue, 19th C.


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FINE AUGUST ESTATES & PRIVATE COLLECTIONS Live Auction: Monday, August 20, 2018, 10AM ET Special Week-Long Exhibition: August 11-19, 11AM-5PM

MORNING: Fine, Folk & Ethnographic Art | Antiques & Decorative Arts AFTERNOON: Important Collection of Black Americana | Illustration Art | Folk & Self-Taught Art

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Lot 291. Florian Maier-Aichen (German, b. 1973), Cibachrome Print, Edition 1/6

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Lot 293. Thukral & Tagra (Indian, b. 1976 and 1979), Oil on Canvas

Lot 288. Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) Le Cocu Magnifique VI 4


Lot 283. Cleve Gray (1918-2004) “Resurrection Series” Painting

Lot 284 . Marguerite Zorach (American, 1887-1968) 5


Lot 292. Boris Becker (German, b. 1961) “Festplatte Kokain, Panama” from “Fakes”, 2000. C-Print Photograph 6


Lot 341. Michael Dvortcsak (American, b. 1938) “Gadabout”, 1979

Lot 343. Robert Younger (20th c.) Abstract Painting 7


Ángel Botello (Puerto Rico, 1913-1986)

Lot 289. “Native Girl”, Oil Painting on Masonite 8


Lot 290. “Two Girls”, Oil Painting on Masonite 9


B. Prabha (Indian, 1933–2001)

Lot 295. Painting of a Woman with Fruits, Oil Painting on Canvas 10


Lot 297. Painting of a Woman with Bird, Oil Painting on Canvas 11


Jamini Roy (Indian, 1877-1972)

Lot 299. Tempera Painting on Woven Card, 12


Lot 300. Three Women, Tempera Painting on Card 13


Lot 286. Mexican School (18th c.) Virgen de Guadalupe, Oil Painting on Canvas

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Lot 287. Nicolas Rodriguez Juarez, (Mexican, 1667–1734), Oil Painting on Canvas

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Lot 365. Daisy Field, Oil on Canvas, C. 1920’s 16


Lot 502. Maquette for Chateau de Fonfel, Painting on Board 17


Lot 422. Jimmy Lee Sudduth (American, 1910-2007) “Bird”, Painting on Board

Lot 425. Purvis Young (1943-2010) Painting, Mixed Media on Board

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Lot 432. Howard Finster (1916-2001) Coca Cola, #11,636

Lot 431. Rare Howard Finster (1916-2001) Root Wood Sculpture, #1,458

Lot 399. Mary Proctor (American, b. 1960) Painting on Found Door

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Lot 578. African American Baseball Game, Oil Painting on Canvas, Late 19th/Early 20th C. 20


Lot 400. Important Eulah Needham (American, 1895-1982), Tennessee Folk Art Painting

Lot 709. German-American Schnitzelbank, Painting on Cloth 21


Leonard Pytlak (American, 1910-1998)

Lot 458. Early Flight Mural

Lot 461. Baseball Mural 22

Lot 460. Early Jazz Club Mural

Lot 459. Early Beach Scene Mural

Lot 462. Boxing Mural

Lot 463. Barbershop Mural


Lot 454. Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians Diorama

Lot 481. Old American Carousel Panel of a Dutch Scene

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Lot 508. Dan’s Tattoos, Folk Art Trade Sign, Early/Mid 20th C.

Lot 506. Antique Dentist Trade Sign Display Case 24

Lot 479. Tattooed Wonder Lighted Carnival Sign


Lot 484. Incredible Folk Art Scale Model of a Country Fair, Early 20th C.

Lot 486. American Folk Art Ferris Wheel and Merry Go Round

Lot 487. Carnival “Tilt-A-Whirl” Display Model, Circa 1940’s 25


“The thoughts I’m willing to share about the collection are few. In large part I was driven out of love and admiration for several black women and a group of black men who were parental figures or unwitting mentors in my childhood. They passed out of my life without me expressing either my love or my gratitude to them. Collecting Black Americana, I realized later in my collecting life, was my way of acknowledging and expressing some understanding of the indignities, difficulties, obstacles and hardships each had been subjected to. Equally important was my desire to express my admiration and respect for how each overcame these tribulations and the dignity with which each led their lives and the contribution they made to all those who were blessed with their association. The insight I can provide for the balance of the collection can best be gleaned from observation. Individual pieces and the totality of the collection offer more insight into my motivations, thoughts, mindset and emotions than any essay I might write could reveal.”

— Joey Passon, Collector

Lot 606. Life-Size Carved Wood Sculpture of an African Slave in Chains 26


Lot 594. Rare 19th C. Wedgewood Anti-Slavery Plaque

Lot 596. Important Figural Slave Trade Abolition Statue, 19th C. 27


Lot 611. Carved American Ventriloquist Dummy, Circa 1900 28

Lot 623. Antique American Carnival Minstrel Figure


Lot 615. Antique Folk Art Carnival Barker Side Show Figure

Lot 580. Antique African American Cigar Store Statue 29


Lot 590. Rare Antique Dancing Minstrel Sailor, “Cutter Nemaha”

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Lot 601. Joe Louis Articulated Folk Art Figure, Mid 20th C.


Lot 612 . A Carved Black Americana One-Man Band, Ex Carroll O’Connor Collection

Lot 672. Old Black Americana Folk Art Barber Pole

Lot 582. Joe Hrovat (American) The Story Of O.J. Simpson

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Lot 529. Gayle Porter Hoskins (American, 1887-1962), Oil Painting on Canvas 32


Lot 531. Anton Otto Fischer (German, 1882-1962) Original Moby Dick Illustration Painting 33


Lot 541. Edward Vincent Brewer (1883-1971) Rare Cream of Wheat Chalkware Rastus Figure 34


Lot 542. James Montgomery Flagg (American, 1877-1960) 1911, Watercolor on Board 35


Lot 543. Denman Fink (American, 1880-1956) Oil on Canvas, Cream of Wheat Advertisement, 1908

Lot 545. Edward Vincent Brewer (American, 1883-1971) Oil and Photograph on Canvas, Cream of Wheat Advertisment, 1915 36

Lot 544. William . R. Sullivan (American, 20th Century), Cream of Wheat advertising illustration. Oil on canvas

Lot 546. Leslie Thrasher (American, 1889-1936) Oil on Canvas, Cream of Wheat Advertisement, 1913


Lot 547. Edward Vincent Brewer (American, 1883-1971) Lot 548. Edward Vincent Brewer (American, 1883-1971) Oil and Photograph on Canvas, Cream of Wheat Advertisment, 1913 Oil and Photograph on Canvas,Cream of Wheat Advertisment, 1914

Lot 549. Edward Vincent Brewer (American, 1883-1971) Oil on Canvas, Cream of Wheat Advertisment, 1916

Lot 550. Stanley Massey Arthurs (American, 1877-1950), Unpublished Cream of Wheat advertisment, 1908, Oil on Canvas 37


1. NEW YORK STONEWARE CO. JUG. With cobalt blue motif of bird on branch; salt glaze. Size: 11’’ x 7’’ x 7.25’’ (28 x 18 x 18 cm). $100-200

2. COWDEN & WILCOX HARRISBURG, STONEWARE JUG. With cobalt blue flower motif; salt glaze. Size: 10.5’’H x 6.75’’ Diameter (27 x 17 cm). $200-300

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3. GETTY & CO. 2 GALLON STONEWARE JUG / PITTSBURGH, PA. Stenciled Stoneware Liquor Advertising Jug. With cobalt blue geometric and stenciled type motif; salt glaze. Getty & Co.,Wholesale Liquor Dealers, Pittsburgh, PA. Size: 13.5’’ x 8’’ x 8.5’’ (34 x 20 x 22 cm). $200-400

4. 2 GALLON STONEWARE JAR. With gray leaf pattern motif; salt glaze.Size: 11.5’’H x 8’’Diameter (29 x 20 cm). $200-300

5. 10 GALLON WILLIAMS & REPPERT GREENSBORO .PA STONEWARE JUG. Size: 21.25’’H x 14.25’’Diameter (54 x 36 cm). $600-800

6. RAGER, LLOYD & CO. STONEWARE JAR, Palantine, W. VA. With gray tree branch and stencil type motifs; salt glaze. Size: 8.5’’ H x 6’’ Diameter (22 x 15 cm). $200-300

7. HAMILTON & JONES GREENSBORO PA, STONEWARE JAR. With cobalt blue stencil type and geometric shapes motif; salt glaze. Size: 8.25’’ H x 5.25’’ Diameter (21 x 13 cm). $100-200

8. GILLESPIE & PARSONS CLAYVILLE JEPP. CO, PA, STONEWARE CROCK. With cobalt blue leaf and stencil type motif; salt glaze. Size: 5.5’’ H x 6.25’’ Diameter (14 x 16 cm). $200-300

9. HAMILTON & JONES GREENSBORO PA, STONEWARE JAR. With cobalt blue rose and stencil type motif; salt glaze. Size: 9.5’’ H x 6.5’’ Diameter (24 x 17 cm). $100-200

10. HAMILTON & JONES GREENSBORO PA, STONEWARE JAR. With cobalt blue geometric and stencil type motif; salt glaze. Size: 10’’ H x 6.5’’ Diameter (25 x 17 cm). $200-300

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11. HAMILTON & JONES GREENSBORO PA, STONEWARE JAR. With cobalt blue rose and stencil type motif; salt glaze. Size: 9.5’’H x 6.5’’Diameter (24 x 17 cm). $100-200

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12. FROM JAMES HAMILTON & CO. GREENSBORO, PA, STONEWARE JAR. With cobalt blue geometric and stencil type motif; salt glaze. Size: 9.75’’ H x 6.5’’ Diameter (25 x 17 cm). $200-300

13. FROM TODD’S HARDPAN CROCKERY LOCKERHAVEN PA, STONEWARE JAR. With gray geometric and stencil type motif; salt glaze. Size: 9.75’’ H x 6.25’’ D (25 x 16 cm). $200-300

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14. SIPE, NICHOLS & CO. STONEWARE JAR. With cobalt blue flower motif; salt glaze. Sipe, Nichols & Co. Williamsport, Pa. Size: 8.75’’H x 7’’Diameter (22 x 18 cm). $200-300

15. 2 GALLON T.F. REPPERT GREENSBORO PA, STONEWARE JAR. With gray leaf and stencil type motif; salt glaze. Size: 11.75’’ H x 7.75’’ Diameter (30 x 20 cm). $200-400

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16. 3 GALLON JAS. HAMILTON & CO, GREENSBORO PA, STONEWARE JAR.With gray leaf and stencil type motif; salt glaze. Size: 14’’ x 8.25’’ x 8’’ (36 x 21 x 20 cm). $200-300

17. C.T. BUSHFIELD PITTSBURGH, PA, STONEWARE LIDDEC JAR. With cobalt blue leaf and stencil type motif; salt glaze. Size: 8’’ H x 8.25’’ Diameter (20 x 21 cm). $150-300

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18. 2 GALLON T.V. REPPERT GREENSBORO PA. STONEWARE JAR. With gray American Eagle and stencil type motif; salt glaze. Size: 12.5’’H x 7.5’’D (32 x 19 cm). $250-500

19. 2 GALLON HAMILTON & JONES GREENSBORO PA STONEWARE JAR. With cobalt blue geometric and stencil type motif; salt glaze. Size: 12’’H x 7.5’’Diameter (30 x 19 cm). $200-400

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20. JOHN EPPLE HARD WOODEN AND STONEWARE PITCHER. With gray geometric and stenciled type motif; salt glaze. Size: 11’’ x 7’’ x 6’’ (28 x 18 x 15 cm). $200-300

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21. 4 GALLON N. WHITE & CO. BINGHAMTON, STONEWARE JAR. With cobalt blue flower motif; salt glaze. Size: 11.5’’H x 11’’Diameter (29 x 28 cm). $300-500

22. SIPE, NICHOLS & CO. STONEWARE PITCHER. With wire and wood handle, cobalt blue flower motif; salt glaze. Sipe, Nichols & Co. Williamsport, Pa. Size: 8’’ x 7.5’’ x 9’’ (20 x 19 x 23 cm). $100-200

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23. COWDEN & WILCOX STONEWARE PITCHER, HARRISBURG .PA. With gray flower motif; salt glaze. Size: 8’’ x 8.5’’ x 10’’ (20 x 22 x 25 cm). $200-300

24. COWDEN & WILCOX HARRISBURG .PA. STONEWARE JAR. With cobalt blue flower motif; salt glaze. Size: 9.5’’ x 7’’ x 6.5’’ (24 x 18 x 17 cm). $200-300

25. J.H. BROOKS, OLEAN, NY STONEWARE JUG. With cobalt blue flower motif; salt glaze. 13’’H x 10’’ Diameter (33 x 25 cm). $200-300

26. 2 GALLON SIPE & SONS, WMSPORT, PA, STONEWARE JAR. With cobalt blue flower motif; salt glaze. Size: 10’’ x 10.25’’ x 9.25’’ (25 x 26 x 23 cm). $200-300

27. 4 STONEWARE JARS. With cobalt blue decorative motifs; salt glaze. Largest size: 8’’H x 5’’ Diameter (20 x 13 cm). $200-300

28. 4 STONEWARE VESSELS. 3 Jars and 1 Pitcher, all with cobalt blue flower motifs; salt glaze. Largest size: 8’’H x 5’’ Diameter (20 x 13 cm). $200-400

29. 5 STONEWARE JARS. all with cobalt blue geometric motifs; salt glaze. Largest size: 8’’ H x 5’’ Diameter (20 x 13 cm). $200-400

30. Antique Long Rifle, striped tiger maple, probably originally a flintlock rifle converted to a percussion. Size: 59’’ x 9’’ (150 x 23 cm). $500-700

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31. Hand Carved Shore Bird Decoy, Signed “Stevens”. Size: 8’’ x 12’’ x 8’’ (20 x 30 x 20 cm). $400-600

32. Group of 4 Hand Carved Shore Birds. Largest Size: 12.75’’ x 14’’ x 6’’ (32 x 36 x 15 cm). $400-600

32 31 33. 2 Carved and Painted Wood Duck Decoys. Both initialed “JED” Ranging in size from 5’’ x 13’’ x 4’’ (13 x 33 x 10 cm) to 8’’ x 14’’ x 6’’ (20 x 36 x 15 cm). $200-400

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34. 3 Carved and Painted Wood Duck Decoys, 2 with canvas cover. Bottom of wood duck initialed “JMC”. Ranging in size from 6’’ x 12’’ x 5’’ (15 x 30 x 13 cm) to 7’’ x 14’’ x 5.5’’ (18 x 36 x 14 cm). $300-500

35. 2 Carved and Painted Wood Duck Decoys. Both initialed “JMC.” Ranging in size from 7’’ x 12’’ x 5’’ (18 x 30 x 13 cm) to 6.5’’ x 14’’ x 6’’ (17 x 36 x 15 cm). $200-400

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36 36. 2 Carved and Painted Wood Duck Decoys. Size: 7’’ x 13’’ x 6.5’’ (18 x 33 x 17 cm). $200-400

37. Antique Victorian/Eastlake Carved Wood Double Bird Table. Size: 37’’ x 20’’ x 13’’ (94 x 51 x 33 cm). $500-700

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38. Fine Antique Folk Art “Spider” Birdcage, painted wood and metal. Size: 79’’ x 19’’ x 11’’ (201 x 48 x 28 cm). $500-1000

39. Antique Metal Bird Cage on Stand. Size: 43’’ x 20’’ x 14’’ (109 x 51 x 36 cm). $100-200

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40. 2 Fine Antique Bronze/Iron Door & Gate. Large Gate Size: 84’’ x 36’’ (213 x 91 cm). Butterfly Form, Size: 57’’ x 32’’ (145 x 81 cm). Philadelphia estate. $600-1000

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41. 7 Painted and Unpainted Antique Shaker Lidded Boxes. Ranging in size from 1.5’’ x 2.5’’ x 3.5’’ (4 x 6 x 9 cm) to 3’’ x 5’’ x 6.5’’ (8 x 13 x 17 cm). $400-600

41 42. Antique Oval Paint Decorated Shaker Lidded Box, Size: 5.5’’ x 11.5’’ x 8’’ (14 x 29 x 20 cm). $200-400

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43. 7 Antique Oval Shaker Lidded Boxes. Ranging from 4’’ x 2.5’’ x 1.5’’ (10 x 6 x 4 cm) to 8’’ x 5’’ x 3’’ 20 x 13 x 8 cm). $400-600

44. 4 Painted Antique Shaker Lidded Boxes. Ranging in size from 2.5’’ x 4.5’’ x 5.5’’ (6 x 11 x 14 cm) to 8’’ x 13’’ x 13’’ (20 x 33 x 33 cm). $400-600

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45. 5 Antique Shaker Lidded Boxes. Ranging in size from 3’’ x 5’’ x 5’’ (8 x 13 x 13 cm) to 5’’ x 10’’ x 10’’ (13 x 25 x 25 cm). $500-700

46. 2 Antique Shaker Lidded Boxes. Ranging in size from 3’’ x 4.5’’ x 9’’ (8 x 11 x 23 cm) to 6.5’’ x 15.5’’ x 10’’ (17 x 39 x 25 cm). $300-500

47. 3 Antique Shaker Firkin/Buckets, one with lid. Largest size: 21’’ x 17’’ x 17’’ (53 x 43 x 43 cm). $300 -500

47 48. Collection of Misc. Antique Baskets, Buckets & Storage Containers. Ranging in size from 4’’ x 4’’ x 1’’ (10 x 10 x 3 cm) to 10’’ x 10’’ x 10’’ (25 x 25 x 25 cm). $200-400

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49. Antique Large Handled Gathering Basket. Size: 13’’ x 17.75’’ diameter (33 x 45 cm). $200-400

50. Antique Herb Gathering Basket. Size: 7.75’’ x 28.5’’ diameter (20 x 72 cm). $200-400

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51. Large Antique Splint Herb Drying Rack. Size: 92’’ x 22’’ x 2.5’’ (234 x 56 x 6 cm). $500-700

52. Antique Lidded Storage Basket. Size: 23.5’’ x 16’’ diameter (60 x 41 cm). $200-400

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52 53. Antique Lidded Storage Basket. Size: 27.5’’ x 15’’ diameter (70 x 38 cm). $200-400

54. Fine Antique Decorated Splint Basket. Ranging from 10.5’’ x 14.5’’ diameter (27 x 37 cm) to 12’’ x 14.5’’ diameter (30 x 37 cm). $200-300

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54 55. 2 Antique Buttocks Baskets. Ranging from 5.25’’ x 9.75’’ x 10.5’’ (13 x 25 x 27 cm) to Size: 6’’ x 12’’ x 11.25’’ (15 x 30 x 29 cm). $200-300

56. 3 Antique Splint Gathering Baskets. Ranging from 3.25’’ x 6’’ x 6.25’’ (8 x 15 x 16 cm) to 7.75’’ x 13.75’’ x 15.75’’ (20 x 35 x 40 cm). $200-300

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56 57. 2 Antique Wall Baskets. Ranging from 2.75’’ x 3.5’’ x 9.5’’ (7 x 9 x 24 cm) to 4’’ x 5’’ x 8.5’’ (10 x 13 x 22 cm). $100-200

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58. 2 Antique Handled Splint Baskets. Ranging from 5’’ x 10.25’’ diameter (13 x 26 cm) to 7.25’’ x 12.5’’ diameter (18 x 32 cm). $200-300

59. 2 Antique Storage Baskets. Ranging from 5.75’’ x 12.25’’ x 17’’ (15 x 31 x 43 cm) to 9’’ x 17.25’’ x 23’’ (23 x 44 x 58 cm). $200-300

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60. 2 Antique Handled Gathering Baskets. Ranging from 5.5’’ x 9.75’’ diameter (14 x 25 cm) to 9’’ x 16.25’’ diameter (23 x 41 cm). $200-300

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61. 2 Antique Storage/Gathering Baskets. Ranging from 7.5’’ x 11.5’’ (19 x 29 cm) to 10’’ x 14.75’’ (25 x 37 cm). $200-300

62. 3 Antique Handled Splint Baskets. Ranging from 5’’ x 7.5’’ x 10.25’’ (13 x 19 x 26 cm) to 12.5’’ x 7.5’’ x 18.5’’ (32 x 19 x 47 cm). $200-400

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63. 3 Antique Splint Baskets. Ranging from 6.75’’ x 7.5’’ diameter (17 x 19 cm) to 7.5’’ x 18.5’’ diameter (19 x 47 cm). $200-300

64. 2 Antique Gathering Baskets. Ranging from 6.75’’ x 12.5’’ diameter (17 x 32 cm) to 8.25’’ x 15.75’’ diameter (21 x 40 cm). $200-300

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65. 2 Antique Fancy Curly Decorated Splint Baskets. Ranging from 3.75’’ x 10.25’’ x 11.75’’ (10 x 26 x 30 cm) to 6.75’’ x 7’’ x 11.25’’ (17 x 18 x 29 cm). $200-300

66. 2 Antique Fancy Curly Decorated Splint Baskets. Ranging from 6.25’’ x 8.75’’ diameter (16 x 22 cm) to 4.75’’ x 11’’ x 12.5’’ (12 x 28 x 32 cm). $200-300

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67. 3 Antique PA Splint Baskets. Ranging from 3.25’’ x 5.25’’ x 6’’ (8 x 13 x 15 cm) to 5.25’’ x 4.75’’ x 11.5’’ (13 x 12 x 29 cm). $200-300

68. 2 Antique Paint Decorated Splint Baskets. Ranging from 4.75’’ x 11.5’’ diameter (12 x 29 cm) to 6.5’’ x 8.75’’ x 13.25’’ (17 x 22 x 34 cm). $200-300

69. 2 Antique Picnic Baskets. Ranging from 8’’ x 11.5’’ x 14.75’’ (20 x 29 x 37 cm) to 10.25’’ x 11.75’’ x 24.5’’ (26 x 30 x 62 cm). $200-300

70. 2 Antique Lidded Storage Baskets. Ranging from 6.75’’ x 8.5’’ diameter (17 x 22 cm) to 6.25’’ x 11’’ diameter (16 x 28 cm). $200-300

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71. 2 Antique Polychrome Decorated Baskets. Ranging from 1.75’’ x 3.25’’ diameter (4 x 8 cm) to 5.75’’ x 8.5’’ x 13.25’’ (15 x 22 x 34 cm). $200-300

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72 72. 3 Antique Polychrome Decorated Baskets. Ranging from 6’’ x 3.75’’ diameter (15 x 10 cm) to 8’’ x 10.75’’ x 14’’ (20 x 27 x 36 cm). $200-300

73. 3 Antique PA Baskets. Ranging from 4.5’’ x 3.25’’ x 4.5’’ (11 x 8 x 11 cm) to 6.25’’ x 13’’ x 9.75’’ (16 x 33 x 25 cm). $200-300

74 74. 3 Antique Gathering Baskets. Ranging from 2.75’’ x 3.5’’ x 6.5’’ (7 x 9 x 17 cm) to 2.75’’ x 9.25’’ x 7.25’’ (7 x 23 x 18 cm). $200-300

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75. 3 Antique Gathering Baskets. Ranging from 3.5’’ x 5’’ diameter (9 x 13 cm) to 5’’ x 9.5’’ x 9’’ (13 x 24 x 23 cm). $200-300

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76 76. 3 Antique Gathering Baskets. Ranging from 2.25’’ x 6’’ diameter (6 x 15 cm) to 4.25’’ x 9.75’’ diameter (11 x 25 cm). $200-300

77. 2 Antique Gathering Baskets. Ranging from 6’’ x 11.75’’ x 13’’ (15 x 30 x 33 cm) to 6.5’’ x 12’’ x 12.5 ’’ (17 x 30 x 32 cm). $100-200

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78 78. 2 Antique Lidded Storage/Gathering Baskets. Ranging from 7.25’’ x 10’’ diameter (18 x 25 cm) to 4.75’’ x 13’’ diameter (12 x 33 cm). $200-300

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79. Collection of 8 Antique Baskets and Related Items. Ranging from 2’’ x 4.75’’ x 6.5’’ (5 x 12 x 17 cm) to 7.25’’ x 11’’ diameter (18 x 28 cm). $200-400

79 80. 3 Antique American Wallpaper Boxes. Ranging in size from 3’’ x 4.5’’ x 4’’ (8 x 11 x 10 cm) to 8’’ x 11’’ x 13’’ (20 x 28 x 33 cm). $300-500

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81. 3 Antique American Wallpaper Boxes. Ranging in size from 6’’ x 6.5’’ x 6.5’’ (15 x 17 x 17 cm) to 8.5’’ x 14’’ x 9.5’’ (22 x 36 x 24 cm). $300-500

82. Collection of 12 Antique Tintype Portrait Photographs, with original Tooled, Embossed Leather and Gilt Brass Frames. Ranging in size from 4.5’’ x 3.5’’, 11 x 9 cm (frame) to 4’’ x 3’’, 10 x 8 cm (frame). $200 -400

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83. Antique Cut Paper Cornucopia Silhouette, with the initials “WHT” and “AMT”. Size: 16.25’’ x 20.25’’, 41 x 51 cm (frame). $200-400

84. Antique American Silhouette of Daniel Webster, 1816. Size: 7’’ x 5’’, 18 x 13 cm (sight); 13.5’’ x 11.5’’, 34 x 29 cm (frame). $200-400

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85. Large Antique American Silhouette. Long handwritten cursive inscription on back, dated “18th of November, 1844.” Size: 16’’ x 11’’, 41 x 28 cm (sheet); 22’’ x 17.5’’, 56 x 44 cm (frame). $400-600

86. Edward Foster (1762-1864) 2 Antique Silhouettes, 1792. Size: 4’’ x 3’’, 10 x 8 cm (sight); 6.5’’ x 5.5’’, 17 x 14 cm (frame). $200-300

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87. 2 Antique American Silhouettes of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grimminger, St Louis. Size: 9.5’’ x 7’’, 24 x 18 cm (sight), 14’’ x 12’’, 36 x 30 cm (frame) each. $200-300

88. 5 Antique American Silhouettes of Mr. John Rutledge, South Carolina, I.P. 1782, Mr. John Livingston, New Hampshire, I.P. 1785, Mr. Robert Morris, Penns, I.P. 1793, Mr. William (illegible), Georgia, I.P., Mr. Rufus Putnam, Ohio 1788. Largest size: 5’’ x 4.5’’, 13 x 11 cm (sight); 7.5’’ x 6.5’’, 19 x 17 cm (frame). $300 -500

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89. 2 Antique American Silhouettes, J.F. Vallei, 1786. Size: 5.5’’ x 4.5’’, 14 x 11 cm (sight); 9’’ x 8’’, 23 x 20 cm (frame) each. $200-300

90. 3 Antique American Silhouettes, 2 stamped “JW” (Joseph Wood, 1775-1830, Savannah, GA), 1 marked James L. Chase, Philadelphia, 1798. Largest size: 5.5’’ x 4.5’’, 14 x 11 cm (sight); 8.5’’ x 7.5’’, 22 x 19 cm (frame). $300-500

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91. 5 Antique American Silhouettes, signed “Doyle” for William M. S. Doyle, Boston, MA. Largest size: 5’’ x 3.5’’, 13 x 9 cm (sight); 8’’ x 6’’, 20 x 15 cm (frame). $200-400

92. 2 Antique American Silhouettes, embossed “PEALE”. Largest size: 3.5’’ x 2.5’’, 9 x 6 cm (sight); 5’’ x 4.5’’, 13 x 11 cm (frame). $200-400

92 91 93. Henry Williams (Boston, 1787-1830), 2 Antique American Silhouettes, embossed “WILLIAMS”. Size: 4.5’’ x 3.5’’, 11 x 9 cm (sight); 6.5’’ x 5’’, 17 x 13 cm (frame) each. $200-300

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94. 2 Antique American Silhouettes, marked Mr. Guy Lawler, 1839, and Mrs. Guy Lawler, 1839. Largest size: 3.5’’ x 3’’, 9 x 8 cm (sight); 6’’ x 5’’, 15 x 13 cm (frame). $200-300

95. 5 Antique American Silhouettes, marked “MUSEUM”, ELIZABETH POULERSON, W. Birch (illegible), Essex Ridley, 1821, and 1 unmarked. Largest size: 5’’ x 3.5’’, 13 x 9 cm (sight); 9’’ x 7’’, 23 x 18 cm (frame). $200-400

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96. Samuel Folwell (American, 1765-1813) 2 Antique American Silhouettes, Largest size: 4’’ x 3’’, 10 x 8 cm (sight); 7.5’’ x 6.5’’, 19 x 17 cm (frame). $200-300

95 97. A. Charles (British, b. 1768) 2 Antique Silhouettes, signed “by Charles”. Largest size: 3.5’’ x 3’’, 9 x 8 cm (sight); 6’’ x 4.5’’, 15 x 11 cm (frame). $200-300

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97 99. Estate Collection of Antique Silhouettes, various wood and gilt metal frames. Ranging in size from 1’’ x 1’’, 3 x 3 cm (frame) to 3’’ x 2.5’’, 8 x 6 cm (sight); 6.5’’ x 5.5’’, 17 x 14 cm (frame). $200-400

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101. Joseph Allen Haskell (American, 1808-1894) Portrait of a Young Girl, oil on wood. Signed and dated on back, 1858. Size: 20’’ x 16’’, 51 x 41 cm (board); 26’’ x 22’’, 66 x 56 cm (frame). $400-600

102. Jane Eckelberry (American, 20th C) Folk Art Painting of a Young Girl, “Columbus Ohio Child,” oil on canvas panel. Purchased from the artist in 1964. Size: 24’’ x 18’’, 61 x 46 cm (board); 30.5’’ x 24.5’’, 77 x 62 cm (frame). $300-500

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103. 19th C. American Oil Painting of a Gentleman, possibly by William Holt. Size: 29.5’’ x 22.5’’, 75 x 57 cm (sight); 37’’ x 30’’, 94 x 76 cm (frame). $1000-1500

104. 19th C. American Oil Painting of a Lady. Size: 29’’ x 21’’, 74 x 53 cm (sight); 37’’ x 29’’, 94 x 74 cm (frame). $1000-1500

105. 19th c. Portrait of a Gentleman, oil on canvas. There is handwritten note on stretcher bar, dated 1820. Size: 21’’ x 16’’, 53 x 41 cm (stretcher). $300-500

106. Adrien Etienne Drian (French, 1885-1961) 2 Drypoint Etchings, each numbered (28/75 and 2/100) and signed. Framed. Sizes: 16’’ x 12’’, 41 x 30 cm (28/75 Frame); 13.25’’ x 14’’, 34 x 36 cm (2/100 Frame). $300-500

106 105 107. 5 Antique British Pastels, framed together. Size: 17.5’’ x 71’’, 44 x 180 cm (frame). Philadelphia Estate. $200-300

108. 2 Antique British Paintings: 1) Pastoral Landscape, oil on board, gilt wood frame. Size: 8.75’’ x 13’’, 22 x 33 cm (sight); 12’’ x 16.75’’, 30 x 43 cm (frame); 2) Still Life, oil on canvas. Size: 9’’ x 12’’, 23 x 30 cm (sight); 13’’ x 16’’, 33 x 41 cm (frame). Philadelphia Estate. $200-400

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110. 4 British Sporting Lithographs, hand colored, H. Alken / J. Harris: 1) Run to Earth; 2) Bolting the Fox; 3) The Return Home; 4) Whoop. Sizes: 12.5’’ x 14.5’’, 32 x 37 cm (Each Frame). Philadelphia Estate. $200 -400

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112. 4 Engravings by Various Artists: 1) Two Figures, 1993, ed of 40, signed. Size: 13’’ x 15.75’’, 33 x 40 cm (frame); 2+3) Etchings signed JH, each ed. of 35. Size: 14.5’’ x 13’’, 37 x 33 cm (frame); 4) Ridgeway Path, ed. 30. Size: 13.25’’ x 11.5’’, 34 x 29 cm (frame). $200-300 113. 6 Antique British Watercolor Paintings: 1) Market Scene, 17’’ x 14’’, 43 x 36 cm (frame); 2) Fountain, 15’’ x 11.5’’, 38 x 29 cm (frame); 3) Attributed to Lady Elizabeth Clements, 4.25’’ x 6.5’’, 11 x 17 cm (sight); 12’’ x 13.5’’, 30 x 34 cm (frame); 4) Studland Bay from Mr. George Banks Garden, 13’’ x 15.25’’, 33 x 39 cm (frame); 5) Miniature Cathedral Interior, 7.75’’ x 5.75’’, 20 x 15 cm (frame); 6) Cathedral View, 7.75’’ x 5.75’’, 20 x 15 cm (frame). $200-400

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114. 5 Engravings by Various Artists: 1) Edgar Chahine (French, 1874-1947) Horse (1900), signed, 17.5’’ x 11’’, 44 x 28 cm (frame); 2) Ed Choline (1874-1947) Portrait, signed, 22.5’’ x 17.25’’, 57 x 44 cm (frame); 3) Charles Henry Baskett (British, 1872-1953) “The Town on the Hill”, signed, 9.5’’ x 12.25’’, 24 x 31 cm (frame); 4) Frank Short (British, 1857-1945) Windmill, signed, 13’’ x 18.75’’, 33 x 48 cm (frame); 5) Charles Sidney Cheston (1882-1960) “The Old Barn in Winter”, signed in plate, 8’’ x 12’’, 20 x 30 cm (frame). $200 -400 115. 6 Works by Various Artists: 1) Mary Elay, watercolor, signed, 21.5’’ x 18.5’’, 55 x 47 cm (frame); 2+3) MacDonald: 2 Engravings, each titled and signed: Trinity College, Cambridge, 17.5’’ x 13.5’’, 44 x 34 cm (frame); 4) Morgan Dennis, 1980, signed, 11.25’’ x 10.75’’, 29 x 27 cm (frame); 5) Whistler, signed in plate, laid paper, 6’’ x 3.5’’, 15 x 9 cm (plate); 13.5’’ x 10.5’’, 34 x 27 cm (frame); 6) Portrait of Sam S. Hollingsworth, signed in ink. $200-400 116. 3 Works by Various Artists: 1) L. Brout, color aquatint signed, 23.25’’ x 26.5’’, 59 x 67 cm (frame); 2) Luigi Kasimir, 1922, signed and numbered “13/XXV, 27.25’’ x 18.75’’, 69 x 48 cm (frame); 3) Camilla Fonce, signed, 23’’ x 28’’, 58 x 71 cm (frame). $200-300

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117. 5 Works on Paper by Various Artists: 1) Still Life with Fruit Pastel 15’’ x 18’’, 38 x 46 cm (frame); 2) Still Life Flowers Basket Pastel 11’’ x 13.25’’, 28 x 34 cm (frame); 3) Still Life with Flowers, Watercolor 10.5’’ x 13’’, 27 x 33 cm (frame); 4) Sepia Crayon Lady Reading - 13.5’’ x 13.25’’, 34 x 34 cm (frame); and Sepia Crayon Profile of a Woman. $200-300 118. Group of 6 British Sporting Prints: 1-4) Cheltenham Annual Steeple Chase. Size: 23’’ x 30.5’’, 58 x 77 cm (each frame); 5-6 After John Leech (1817-64) Color Lithographs. Size: 28’’ x 37’’, 71 x 94 cm (each frame). $200-400 119. 3 British “Fox Hunting” Lithographs, hand colored, engraved by Sutherland, Plates 1, 3, 4. Each Size: 18’’ x 33.75’’, 46 x 86 cm (frame). $200-400

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120. 3 Antique American Folk Art Paintings. Ranging in size from 5.5’’ x 4.5’’, 14 x 11 cm (sheet); 6’’ x 5’’, 15 x 13 cm (frame) to 8.5’’ x 6.5’’, 22 x 17 cm (sight); 11’’ x 9’’, 28 x 23 cm (frame). $100-200

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124. 3 Currier & Ives Lithographs, titled, top: “The Turn of the Tune”, middle: “The Sale of the Pet Lamb”, bottom: “The Arkansas Traveler”. Each Size: 10’’ x 14’’, 25 x 36 cm. $300-500 125. 2 Currier & Ives Lithographs, titled, left: “Vase of Fruit”, right: “The Flower Vase”. Size: 14’’ x 10’’, 36 x 25 cm (sheet); 17’’ x 13’’, 43 x 33 cm (frame). $100-200 126. The City of Philadelphia, Birds Eye View, Currier & Ives, NY, lithograph in colors, under glass in a wood frame. Size: 22.5” x 33”, 57 x 83 cm (sight), 31.5” x 41.5”, 80 x 105 cm (frame). $300-500 127. Estate Collection of Elsmore and Forster Ironstone China. 32 pieces. Ranging from 1’’ x 6.25’’ x 6.25’’ (3 x 16 x 16 cm) to 1.75’’ x 14.75’’ x 19’’ (4 x 37 x 48 cm). *The size measurements are the smallest and largest plates* $300-500 128. Estate Collection of Antique Ironstone Flow Blue Items, including: Chen Pattern: (3) Dishes 9.5” to 6”. Chapoo Pattern: (1) 12.5” Dish; (1) 6.75” Plate. Scinde Pattern:; (4) Dishes 9.5” to 5.5”; (1) 13.5”W Dish; (1) 13”W Footed Dish; (1) 5.25”H Vessel; (1) 10”H Teapot *(crack). Oriental Pattern: (8) 6” Dishes; (6) 8” Plates. Shapoo Pattern: (1) 5.75” Dish; (1) 17.5” x 13.5” Plate. Amoy Pattern: (1) 5” Dish; (1) 15.75” x 12” Plate. Various Patterns (Hindustan, Tongan, Hong, Ning-Po, Oregon, Manilla, Rhine: (1) 10.5”H Teapot; (7) Plates 6”D to 12” x 15.5”. Unmarked: (13) 3”H Cups; (1) 7”H lidded tureen; (1) 7” lidded jar; (1) 6” handled vessel; (1) 10.5” Bowl; (4) 3.75” saucers; (1) 4.25” saucer; (1) 10” Plate. $300-500 129. Estate Collection of Antique Hobnail Cranberry Glass. Ranging in size from 2.5’’ x 3.5’’ x 2.5’’ (6 x 9 x 6 cm) to 8’’ x 8’’ x 6’’ (20 x 20 x 15 cm). $400-600 130. 4 Antique Tole Painted Spice Boxes. Ranging in size from 11’’ x 8’’ x 7’’ (28 x 20 x 18 cm) to 10’’ x 9.5’’ x 9’’ (25 x 24 x 23 cm). $100-300

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131. Old Wood Apothecary Cabinet. Size: 20’’ x 48’’ x 10’’ (51 x 122 x 25 cm). $200-400

132. 3 Large Antique Glass Apothecary/General Store Candy Jars. Ranging in size from 15’’ x 7’’ x 7’’ (38 x 18 x 18 cm) to 24’’ x 7’’ x 7’’ (61 x 18 x 18 cm). $200-400

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133. 2 Old Planters Peanuts Glass Jars. Size: 12’’ x 8’’ x 8’’ (30 x 20 x 20 cm). $100-150

134. Estate Collection of Antique Glass Jars & Lids. Ranging from 3.5’’ x 2.5’’ x 2.5’’ (9 x 6 x 6 cm) to 9.5’’ x 6.75’’ x 4’’ (24 x 17 x 10 cm). $100-200

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135. Collection of 5 Decorative Ceramic Items, including Weller pieces and a cobalt blue cat by Beaumont Pottery, York, Maine. Ranging in size from 4’’ x 2’’ x 2’’ (10 x 5 x 5 cm) to 6.5’’ x 3.5’’ x 3.5’’ (17 x 9 x 9 cm). $100-150

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136. Estate Collection of Antique Books. $500-$800

137. Estate Collection of Antique Pewter, including a Teapot, Candle Sticks, Porringer, Spoons. Ranging in size from 3.5’’ x 3.5’’ (9 x 9 cm) to 10’’ x 11’’ x 7’’ (25 x 28 x 18 cm). $200-300

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138. Nice Estate Collection of Antique Eyeglasses & Cases, 19th c. Ranging from 5’’ x 2’’ (13 x 5 cm) to 7’’ x 1.5’’ (18 x 4 cm). $100-200

139. Estate Collection of Old Metal Kitchen Utensils/ Kitchenalia. Ranging in size from 4’’ x 1.5’’ x 1’’ (10 x 4 x 3 cm) to 20’’ x 6’’ x 2’’ (51 x 15 x 5 cm). $100-200

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140. Estate Collection of 7 Tole painted Trays. Ranging in size from 9.75’’ x 4.5’’ (25 x 11 cm) to 24’’ x 18’’ (61 x 46 cm). $200-400

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141. Fine Estate Collection of 11 Folk Art Painted Small Boxes, metal, 19th c. Ranging in size from 2’’ x 3’’ x 2’’ (5 x 8 x 5 cm) to 4’’ x 7.5’’ x 5.5’’ (10 x 19 x 14 cm). $200-400

142. Estate Collection of Antique Painted/Plain Tin Pitchers & Containers. Ranging in size from 2’’ x 2.25’’ x 2.25’’ (5 x 6 x 6 cm) to 7’’ x 7’’ x 4’’ (18 x 18 x 10 cm). $200-300

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143. Collection of 8 Antique Turned Wood Containers. Size: 2’’ x 2.5’’ x 2.5’’ (5 x 6 x 6 cm). $100-200

144. 4 Antique Hand Irons. Ranging in size from 5’’ x 4.5’’ x 3.5’’ (13 x 11 x 9 cm) to 5.75’’ x 4.75’’ x 3.75’’ (15 x 12 x 10 cm). $100-200

145. 2 Antique American Folk Painted Irons. Largest size: 8’’ x 4.5’’ x 4’’ (20 x 11 x 10 cm). $100-200

146. Antique Set of 7 Graduated Pewter Cups & Mugs. Ranging in size from 2’’ x 2.5’’ x 1.5’’ (5 x 6 x 4 cm) to 6.5’’ x 7’’ x 5’’ (17 x 18 x 13 cm). $100-300

147. Estate Collection of Pewter Plates, Cups, Candlesticks. Plates range in size from 8’’ x 8’’ (20 x 20 cm) to 16’’ x 16’’ (41 x 41 cm). Candlesticks: 9’’ x 4.5’’ x 4.5’’ (23 x 11 x 11 cm) each. $200-400

148 148. 5 Antique Cast Iron Painted Items, various forms, including ship, cornucopia, bird, house, man in red jacket. Ranging in size from 4’’ x 4’’ x 3’’ (10 x 10 x 8 cm) to 5.5’’ x 4’’ x 2’’ (14 x 10 x 5 cm). $100-200

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149. Collection of Quint Dolls (5). Size: 4’’ x 1.5’’ x 1’’ (10 x 4 x 3 cm) each. $100-200

150 150. 4 Antique Pewter & Porcelain Teapots. Ranging in size from 9.5’’ x 9’’ x 5’’ (24 x 23 x 13 cm) to 12’’ x 10’’ x 6.5’’ (30 x 25 x 17 cm). $100-200

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153. Antique Mechanical Yankee Wine Corker. Size: 13’’ x 10’’ x 4’’ (33 x 25 x 10 cm). $200-300 154. Serva-Cone Tin Barrel, holds 1000 turnbull’s special ice cream cones. Size: 27’’ x 17’’ x 17’’ (69 x 43 x 43 cm). $50-80 155. Antique American Hooking Loom and Related Materials. Weaving size: 53’’ x 39’’ (135 x 99 cm). Loom size: 42’’ x 46’’ x 18’’ (107 x 117 x 46 cm). $100-150

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156. Bruno Zach (Austrian, 1891-1945) Vintage Erotic Art Bronze of a Young Woman Holding a Phallus. Size: 7’’ x 5.5’’ x 3.5’’ (18 x 14 x 9 cm). $1000-2000 157. Antique Art Nouveau Bronze Oil Lamp, Signed Leleu, Paris. Thistle theme modeled in relief; original patina. Total Size, including oil lamp: 17.5’’ x 7’’ x 7’’ (44 x 18 x 18 cm). $500-700

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161. Antique Sterling Silver Cigarette Case, hallmarked. Size: 4.25’’ x 3’’ (11 x 8 cm). $100-200

162. Charles Fourmaintraux French Grotesque Pitcher, Late 19th c. Size: 8’’ x 8’’ x 6’’ (20 x 20 x 15 cm). $200-400

163. Modern Scrap Metal Artisan Lamp. Size: 39’’ x 17’’ x 8’’ (99 x 43 x 20 cm). $200-300

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164. Large Vintage Scrap Metal Salamander Wall Lamp. Electrified. Size: 67’’ x 26’’ x 7’’ (170 x 66 x 18 cm). $200-400

165. Unique Metal Art Sea Creature Lamp, Electrified. Size: 65’’ x 13’’ x 7’’ (165 x 33 x 18 cm). $200-400

166. 19th C. Carved and Painted Wood Candlestick Holder, miniature ship figure. Size: 8’’ x 3.5’’ x 4’’ (20 x 9 x 10 cm). $100-200

167. 3 Vintage Navajo Items. 1) Handmade Southwest Belt Buckle made by D. Yazzi. 2) Bronze Figure of a Bird. 3) A pendant cross necklace. Ranging in size from 11’’ x 1’’ (28 x 3 cm) [necklace] to 2’’ x 6.5’’ x 3.5’’ (5 x 17 x 9 cm) [bird]. $200-400

168. A Beaded Victorian Portrait and 8 Ornate Metal and Gilt Frames/Pictures. Ranging in size from 4’’ x 2.5’’ (10 x 6 cm) to 16’’ x 10’’ x 4’’ (41 x 25 x 10 cm). $300-500

169. Lot of Gentleman’s Railroad/Industrial Metal Items, including 1) 1920’s Homemade Farm Radio Antenna. 2) Vintage Cobble Shoe Stand. 3) Railroad track lifter and anvil. 4) Hanging red globe pole light. 5) Homemade Cigar box Tube Radio Receiver? 6) Metal industrial carrying/organizing box tray. Ranging in size from 5’’ x 6’’ x 2.5’’ (13 x 15 x 6 cm) to 17’’ x 12’’ x 8’’ (43 x 30 x 20 cm). $300-500

170. 4 Primitive Folk Art Items, including a Primitive Folk Art Bird Sculpture, a chain and metal animal form with horse shoe legs, and two cut metal spirit forms. Ranging in size from 19’’ x 10’’ x 6’’ (48 x 25 x 15 cm) to 38’’ x 5’’ (97 x 13 cm). $100-200

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171. Large Antique Iron Pinwheel Form, possibly a harvesting tool. Size: 57’’ x 57’’ x 3’’ (145 x 145 x 8 cm). $300-500

172. 3 Pc. Old Outdoor Garden Furniture/Plant Stands. Ranging in size from 28’’ x 18’’ x 23’’ (71 x 46 x 58 cm) to 48’’ x 16’’ x 16’’ (122 x 41 x 41 cm). $200-400

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173. Attractive Outdoor Painted Iron Garden Plant Stand. Size: 60.5’’ x 32’’ x 19’’ (154 x 81 x 48 cm). $100-300

174. Decorative Metal Lemon Tree, Italy, 1940’s. Size: 66’’ x 33’’ x 7’’ (168 x 84 x 18 cm). $200-400

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174 175. 1940’s Wooden Bobsled, USA, handmade, features a car steering wheel at the helm. Size: 26’’ x 78’’ x 26’’ (66 x 198 x 66 cm). $200-400

176. Fine Vintage Handmade Ship Model, wood, paint, strings, cloth. Size: 45’’ x 33’’ x 12’’ (114 x 84 x 30 cm). $200-400

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176 177. “The Uktena”, Hand Carved Horned Serpent Pipe by Steve Ricker. Horned serpents appear in the oral history of numerous Native American cultures, especially in the Southeastern Woodlands and Great Lakes. Size: 20’’ x 3’’ x 2.5’’ (51 x 8 x 6 cm), 23’’ x 8’’ x 7’’ (58 x 20 x 18 cm) with stand. $300-500

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178. Vintage Folk Art Side Table. Size: 30’’ x 21’’ x 16’’ (76 x 53 x 41 cm). $200-400

179. Vintage Painted Folk Art Table/Planter. Size: 30’’ x 37’’ x 17’’ (76 x 94 x 43 cm). $100-200

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180. Carved and Painted Wood Folk Art Table, inscribed: “#1 2008 MC”. Size: 40’’ x 38’’ x 38’’ (102 x 97 x 97 cm). $400-600

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181. Vintage Low Marble Top Painted Wood Table. Size: 33’’ x 33’’ x 15’’ (84 x 84 x 38 cm). $200-400

182. Antique Amish Water Pump, painted wood, metal handles. Size: 85’’ x 21.5’’ x 21.5’’ (216 x 55 x 55 cm). $200-300

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183. Old Folk Art Carved Wood Coat Hanger, taxidermy animal feet. Size: 63’’ x 14’’ x 14’’ (160 x 36 x 36 cm). $100-200

184. Antique Cast Iron Shaving Mirror. Size: 56’’ x 12’’ x 12’’ (142 x 30 x 30 cm). $200-300

185. Attractive Vintage Metal Crane Bird Table Base, missing glass top. Size: 35’’ x 35’’ x 14’’ (89 x 89 x 36 cm). $200-300

186. British Campaign Officer’s Fold Out Chaise Lounge in Green Upholstery, c. 1860’s. Size: 38’’ x 33’’ (97 x 84 cm). $500-1000

187. Arts & Crafts Period Floor Lamp, wood and glass. Maryland estate. Size: 68’’ x 18’’ x 18’’ ( 173 x 46 x 46 cm). $300-500

188. Red Wash Step Back Cupboard/Pewter Cabinet. Size: 55’’ x 44’’ x 21’’ (140 x 112 x 53 cm). $500-700

189. Slant Front Chippendale Style Desk. Size: 42’’ x 39’’ x 20.5’’ (107 x 99 x 52 cm). $300-500

190. Antique Paint Decorated Blanket Chest, New England.Size: 35’’ x 42’’ x 17’’ (89 x 107 x 43 cm). $300 -500

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191. Irion Company Slant Front Maple Desk. Size: 41’’ x 38’’ x 18.5’’ (104 x 97 x 47 cm). $600-900

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192. Irion Company 2-Piece Maple Corner Cupboard. Size: 101’’ x 44.5’’ x 23’’ (257 x 113 x 58 cm). $600 -900

193. Irion Company Striped Maple Tall Case Clock. Size: 94’’ x 18’’ x 11’’ (239 x 46 x 28 cm). $2000-4000

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194. Eli Terry Style Mantle Clock. Size: 32’’ x 17’’ x 5’’ (81 x 43 x 13 cm). $300-500

195. Antique American Wall Regulator. Size: 37’’ x 11’’ x 1.75’’ (94 x 28 x 4 cm). $150-250

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196. 3 Antique American Federal Style Wall Mirrors, carved wood. Ranging from 20’’ x 12’’ (51 x 30 cm) to 38’’ x 20’’ (97 x 51 cm). $300-500

197. Antique Red Wash 4-Door Step Back Cupboard, two drawers. Size: 71’’ x 40.5’’ x 13’’ (180 x 103 x 33 cm). $400-600

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198. Antique Red Wash 2-Door Step Back Cupboard. Size: 49’’ x 39’’ x 14’’ (124 x 99 x 36 cm). $400-600

199. Antique Round Top Hutch Table, Dated 1801. Size: 28.5’’H x 25.5’’Diameter (72 x 65 cm). $300-500

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200. Antique Tilt Top Table. Size: 29’’H x 36.5’’, Diameter (74 x 93 cm). $300-500

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201. Irion Dish Top Candle Stand w. Ball & Claw Feet. Size: 28’’H x 21’’Diameter (71 x 53 cm). $300-500

202. Antique Miniature Gate-Leg Dropleaf Table; a Reading Stand; and a Round Top Candle Stand. Ranging in size from: 15’’ x 39’’ x 22’’ (38 x 99 x 56 cm) to 28’’H x 21’’ Diameter (71 x 53 cm). $600-800

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204. Antique Paint Decorated Cupboard w. Open Bottom. Size: 68’’ x 48’’ x 18’’ (173 x 122 x 46 cm). $500-700

205. Antique American Painted Chest in 2 Parts; two piece step-back cupboard, mid 19th c. Pine with nail contruction. Thumb molded cornice, two punched tin doors over two dovetailed drawers with Rockingham pulls, over two more punched tin doors on bracket feet. Size: 76’’ x 44’’ x 19’’ (193 x 112 x 48 cm). $400-600

206. Wedding Mule Chest, Hungary, Late 19th c., featuring original polychrome floral decoration to the front in baroque style carving and dated 1893. The lid lifts on original strap hinges to reveal trunk space including lidded candle box and secret compartment. The front boasts two split balusters over rectangular legs flanking dated panel with chamfered molding top and bottom over single hand-cut dovetailed drawer with original ceramic pulls. Painted pine with original wrought iron side handles. Size: 38’’ x 48’’ x 27’’ (97 x 122 x 69 cm). $800-1200

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207. Antique Romanian Multi-Drawer Cabinet, distressed paint, early 20th c. Size: 39’’ x 45’’ x 16’’ (99 x 114 x 41 cm). $200-400

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208. Old Scandinavian Painted Folk Art Cabinet. Size: 74’’ x 40’’ x 22’’ (188 x 102 x 56 cm). $200-400

209. Old Danish Painted Chest of Drawers, paint was supposedly added in 1943. Size: 20’’ x 32’’ x 33’’ (51 x 81 x 84 cm). $100-200

210. Antique European Incised and Decorated Wood Grain Box/Chest. Size: 43’’ x 39’’ x 23’’ (109 x 99 x 58 cm). $200-400

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211. Old Paint Decorated Cabinet. Size: 41’’ x 81’’ x 18’’ (104 x 206 x 46 cm). $200-400

212. Antique Sheraton Wing Chair . Size: 43’’ x 30’’ x 30’’ (109 x 76 x 76 cm). $300-500

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213. Fine 9 Spindle Continuous Arm Windsor Chair. Size: 45’’ x 28’’ x 21’’ (114 x 71 x 53 cm). $300-500

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214. Antique Bowback Windsor w. Shaped Seat and 2 Paint Decorated PA. Side Chairs. Largest size: 35’’ x 19’’ x 15’’ (89 x 48 x 38 cm). $200-300

215. 2 Antique Windsor Rockers w. Stool. Largest size: 42’’ x 22’’ x 30’’ (107 x 56 x 76 cm). $300-500

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216. 2 Antique Queen Anne Turned Side Chairs w. Rush Seats. Largest size: 42’’ x 19’’ x 15’’ (107 x 48 x 38 cm). $200-300

217. Set of Six Hitchcock Dining chairs. Ranging in size from 34.75’’ x 19.5’’ x 17’’ (88 x 50 x 43 cm) to 38’’ x 22’’ x 21’’ (97 x 56 x 53 cm). $300-500

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218. Vintage Leather Sectional Couch, Florida estate. Size: 32’’ x 201’’ x 37’’ (81 x 511 x 94 cm). $500 -1000

219. Mid Century Cowboy Couch. Size: 28’’ x 81’’ x 36’’ (71 x 206 x 91 cm). $500-800

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220. Vintage Wood Cooler, insulated interior. Size: 32’’ x 23’’ x 23’’ (81 x 58 x 58 cm). $100-200

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221. 2 Memphis Post Modern Dining Chairs in the Style of Michele De Lucchi, 1980’s. Size: 30’’ x 26’’ x 24’’ (76 x 66 x 61 cm). $300-500

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221 223. Vintage Andree Putman Sister Margaret Leather Sofa, originally purchased from Ralph Pucci, NY. Ex collection Lorraine Hilleman, Philadelphia. Size: 95’’ x 37’’ x 36’’ (241 x 94 x 91 cm). $1000-1500

224. Vintage Andree Putman Sister Margaret Leather Sofa, originally purchased from Ralph Pucci, NY. Ex collection Lorraine Hilleman, Philadelphia. Size: 95’’ x 37’’ x 36’’ (241 x 94 x 91 cm). $1000-1500

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225. Framed Orientalist Tapestry, Reclining Woman, Late 19th/Early 20th C. Size: 32’’ x 23’’, 81 x 58 cm (frame); 26.5’’ x 17.25’’, 67 x 44 cm (stretcher). $200-400

226. Taino Head (1000-1500 CE), face depicts a deep transcendental state of hallucinogenic intoxication, well engraved forehead depicting complex symbolic notations. Made of a heavy iron rich stone, possibly hematite. Has a magnetic field. Size: 5’’ x 4’’ x 1.5’’ (13 x 10 x 4 cm). $500-600

227. Taino Skull-Like Marble Cemi Stamp (1000-1500 CE), complex symbolic idioms, forehead and face, interesting eye margins, base has quadrant design symbolizing the 4 sacred corners of their cosmic world. Size: 4’’ x 3’’ x 3’’ (10 x 8 x 8 cm). $500-600

228. Taino Full Figure Anthropic Cohoba Pestle (1000-1500 CE), finely sculpted in serpentine, rare fully represented human form. Size: 7’’ x 4’’ x 4’’ (18 x 10 x 10 cm). $800-1000

229. Taino Two Headed Pestle (1000-1500 CE), for crushing cohoba seeds and or lime. The duel heads possibly reference the twin brothers who were primary deities in the Taino creation myth. Made from a fine grained blackish hard stone. Size: 4’’ x 2.5’’ x 2’’ (10 x 6 x 5 cm). $600-800

230. Taino Toucan Cemi/Stam (1000-1500 CE), made of a beautiful variegated serpentine, concentric circles symbolize wings, base has quadrant design symbolizing the four sacred corners of the world. Size: 2.5’’ x 3’’ x 2.5’’ (6 x 8 x 6 cm). $500-700

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231. Taino Full Figure Vomit Spatula (1000-1500 CE), used prior to cohoba inhalation to purify the body, shamans closed eyes indicate intoxication. Made of conglomerate type stone. Size: 5.5’’ x 1.5’’ x 1.5’’ (14 x 4 x 4 cm). $400-600

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232. Taino Large Anthropic Pendant (1000-1500 CE), made of a brecca type conglomerate stone. Size: 4.25’’ x 2’’ x 1’’ (11 x 5 x 3 cm). $300-500

233. Taino Well Modeled Full Figure Puberty Fid (1000-1500 CE), made of marble, used at a young maiden’s first menstruation to make her accessible to sexual encounters, a fairly common practice among PreColumbian cultures. Size: 5’’ x 1.5’’ x 1.25’’ (13 x 4 x 3 cm). $500-700

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234. Taino Full Figure Cemi/Stamp (1000-1500 CE), made of a beautiful translucent marble, with a gently polished surface. Complex quadrant base. Size: 3’’ x 2’’ x 1’’ (8 x 5 x 3 cm). $500-600

235. Taino Skull-Like Head (1000-1500 CE), made from a heavy iron rich stone, possibly hematite, with well delineated incised symbolic designs. Size: 5’’ x 3’’ x 2.5’’ (13 x 8 x 6 cm). $300-500

236. 6.5” Clovis Point, Found in Benton Co. Tennessee on the River Field At Eva Landing in 2008 by Jimmy Hall. Size: 6.5’’ x 2’’ (17 x 5 cm). $600-900

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236 237. 2 Pre-Columbian Terra Cotta Vessels, including a Bridge-spouted Nazca polychrome vessel, Peru, 100 BCE-200 CE. And a Mayan style zoomorphic vessel with serpent legs, age uncertain. Ranging in size from 7’’ x 9’’ x 6’’ (18 x 23 x 15 cm) to 8’’ x 7.5’’ x 7’’ (20 x 19 x 18 cm). $200-400

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238. Pre-Columbian Mayan Rattle Leg Tripod Bowl, Mexico. Size: 4’’ x 9’’ x 9’’ (10 x 23 x 23 cm). Provenance: The Estate of Mary Bert Gutman, Pennsylvania. $200-300

239. Bridge-Spouted Vessel, Early Nazca, Peru, 100 BC-200 AD. Bridge-spouted vessel with monster faces and serpents on the sides. Pottery with polychrome decoration. Size: 8’’ x 7’’ x 7’’ (20 x 18 x 18 cm). Provenance: The Estate of Mary Bert Gutman, Pennsylvania. $200-300

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240. Mayan Seated Lord, Mexico, ca. 550-750 CE. Size: 4’’ x 3’’ x 3’’ (10 x 8 x 8 cm). Provenance: The Estate of Mary Bert Gutman, Pennsylvania. $200-300

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241. Figure of a male warrior holding an ax and wearing a conical hat. Nayarit, Mexico, 100 BC-250 AD. Pottery with black slip linear decoration. Size: 7’’ x 5’’ x 3’’ (18 x 13 x 8 cm), 9” (23 cm) with stand. Provenance: The Estate of Mary Bert Gutman, Pennsylvania. $200-300 242. Standing female figure wearing a skirt, collar and close-fitting cap. Whistle figure, whistle still functions. Jama-Coaque, Ecuador, 500-1000 AD. Pottery with dark pigment details. Size: 13’’ x 7’’ x 3’’ (33 x 18 x 8 cm). Provenance: The Estate of Mary Bert Gutman, Pennsylvania. $200-300

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243. A Double Vessel of Bridge Spout and Whistling Figure, Tiahuanaco, Peru, 700-1000 AD. A double vessel with bridge spout and whistling figure on the shoulder of one, a short conical spout on the other. Pottery with whitish residue. Size: 8’’ x 10’’ x 4’’ (20 x 25 x 10 cm). Provenance: The Estate of Mary Bert Gutman, Pennsylvania. $200-300

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244. 2 Pre-Columbian Stone Relics. An Olmec green stone idol pierced for suspension, 1000 BC. and a Teotihuacan green stone trophy head (1 side alive ,open eye, 1 side deceased, closed eye). Ranging in size from 2’’ x 1.5’’ x .5’’ (5 x 4 x 1 cm) to 3’’ x 1’’ x .5’’ (8 x 3 x 1 cm). Provenance: The Estate of Mary Bert Gutman, Pennsylvania. $100-200 245. Massive Chinese Carved Stone Guan Yin. Size: 21’’ x 10’’ x 11’’ (53 x 25 x 28 cm). $5000-7000

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246. Massive Chinese Carved Hard Stone Buddha. Size: 16’’ x 18’’ x 13’’ (41 x 46 x 33 cm). $5000-7000 247. 3 Antique Chinese Bronze Immortals. Size: 24’’ x 10’’ x 9’’ (61 x 25 x 23 cm). Delaware estate. $1000 -1500 248. Antique Chinese Silk Embroidered Robe, Qing Dynasty, late 19th/Early 20th c. A blue silk finely woven and embroidered in colored floss satin silk with flowers, sleeves with gray cuffs, panels heavily embroidered with large Peony’s. Bordered with finely embroidered bands. Size: 41’’ x 54’’ (104 x 137 cm). $500-800

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249. Antique Chinese Vase, Yuan or Early Ming Style Copper Red Glaze, with Stand. Size: 6.5’’ x 3.5’’ x 3.5’’ (17 x 9 x 9 cm), 8.5 (22 cm) height with stand. $800-1200 250. Fine Chinese Cloissone Snuff Bottle. Size: 2.5’’ x 1.5’’ x .75’’ (6 x 4 x 2 cm). $600-900

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251. Chinese Carved Hard Stone Pendant. Size: 2.5’’ x 1.5’’ x .25’’ (6 x 4 x 1 cm). $400-600

252. Fine Chinese Enamel Snuff Bottle. Size: 2.25’’ x 1.5’’ x 1’’ (6 x 4 x 3 cm). $300-500

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254. Chinese Sino-Tibetan Gilt Bronze Seated Buddha. Size: 7’’ x 5’’ x 3.5’’ (18 x 13 x 9 cm). $2500-3500

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256. Chinese Carved Translucent Glass Bowl, Size: 4.5’’ x 2.5’’ x 2.25’’ (11 x 6 x 6 cm). $500-700

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258. Chinese Carved Stone Pendant, probably lapis. Size: 2.5’’ x 1.5’’ (6 x 4 cm). (Cord 12”, 30 cm in length). $400-600

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260. 2 Chinese Tang Dynasty Female Pottery Figures, including a standing figure of a female attendant, possibly holding a musical instrument, and another standing figure with orange decoration. Provenance: The Estate of Mary Bert Gutman, Pennsylvania. Largest size: 11.75’’ x 2.75’’ x 2’’ (30 x 7 x 5 cm); Stand: .5” H (1 cm). $200-300

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261. Old Thai Akha Tribal Headdress embellished with coins, seeds, balls and beads . Size: 12’’ x 9’’ x 9’’ (30 x 23 x 23 cm). $100-200

262. 2 Indian Mughal Style Sabers. Largest size: 36”L (91 cm). $100-200

263. 3 Antique Indian & Southeast Asian Figural Carvings, old paint remnant. Ranging in size from 13’’ x 5’’ x 5’’ (33 x 13 x 13 cm), 14” (height w/ stand) to 18’’ x 7’’ x 5.5’’ (46 x 18 x 14 cm), 19” (height w/ stand). $200-400

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264. Group of 6 Indonesian Carved Wood Wood Figures, early/mid 20th c. Including 4 Finely Carved Teak Figures; 1 small paint decorated figure; 1 large painted figure. Ranging in size from 8’’ x 2’’ x 2’’ (20 x 5 x 5 cm) to 22’’ x 14’’ x 10’’ (56 x 36 x 25 cm). $200-400

265. 5 Antique Indian or Persian Miniature Paintings, including Queen Elizabeth. Maryland estate. Ranging in size from 12.25’’ x 14.75’’, 31 x 37 cm (frame) to 18’’ x 21.25’’, 46 x 54 cm (frame). $100-300

266. 3 Antique Persian Polychrome Decorated Tiles. Qajar-Style designs in relief with polychrome decoration, each mounted on fabric-covered boards. Unmarked. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Tile size: 9.5’’ x 15’’ x 0.75’’ (24 x 38 x 2 cm). $100-200

267. Rectangular Handle Comb, Asante, Ghana, Early 20th C. A fine antique comb with rectangular handle decorated with lenticular elements and a projecting akuaba head. Wood with lustrous patina. Size: 8’’ x 2’’ (20 x 5 cm). Provenance: The Estate of Mary Bert Gutman, Pennsylvania. $100-200

268. Chinese Terra Cotta Soldier/Kneeling Archer. Note: cracking to base. Provenance: The Estate of Mary Bert Gutman, Pennsylvania. Size: 36’’ x 17’’ x 17’’ (91 x 43 x 43 cm). $100-200

269. Antique Central Asian/Middle Eastern Copper Pot w. Handles. Size: 10’’ x 12’’ x 12’’ (25 x 30 x 30 cm). $50-100

270. Old North African/Bedouin camel saddle/stool with tasseled and embroidered animal trapping with Ottoman coins attached. Ranging in size from 17.5” (44 cm) in length to 15’’ x 24’’ x 14’’ (38 x 61 x 36 cm). $200-300

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271. Old Sinai Bedouin/Palestinian face veil with Ottoman coins. Size: 23’’ x 16’’ (58 x 41 cm). $200-300

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272. Old Palestinian headdress, Bethlehem “shatwey” or money hat with Ottoman coins. Size: 6’’ x 5’’ x 5’’ (15 x 13 x 13 cm). $200-300

272 273. Aborigine Painting, oil on canvas. Size: 24” x 60”, 61 x 152 cm (stretcher); 25.5” x 61”, 65 x 155 cm (frame). $200-400

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274. Fine Antique Persian Silver Vase. Inscription at bottom, translated as: “Gift of Imperial Army of Iran to Major General Hazelton.” ex. James Julia Auction. Size: 12.5’’ x 5’’ x 5’’ (32 x 13 x 13 cm). $500-700

275. Fine Antique Persian Silver Vase. Inscription at bottom, translated as: “Gift of Imperial Army of Iran to Major General Hazelton.” ex. James Julia Auction. Size: 10’’ x 6’’ x 6’’ (25 x 15 x 15 cm). $500-700

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276. Fine Antique Persian Repousse Silver Teapot. Size: Size: 6’’ x 7’’ x 4’’ (15 x 18 x 10 cm). $100-200

277. Pair of Antique Syrian Carved Wood and Inlay Folding Chairs. Ranging in size from 38’’ x 18’’ (97 x 46 cm) to 42’’ x 18’’ (107 x 46 cm). Philadelphia estate. $200-300

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278. Large Old Moroccan Ceramic Urn, polychrome decoration, metal strapping. Long Island, NY estate. Size: 25’’ x 17’’ x 17’’ (64 x 43 x 43 cm). $400-600

279. 2 Chinese Wood and Lacquer Screens, Early 20th C. Size: 64’’ x 72’’ x 1’’ (163 x 183 x 3 cm). $500 -700

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280. Paul Evans (American, 1931-1987) Modern Cityscape Sculpture, brass and wood, signed. Size: 12’’ x 8’’ x 3’’ (30 x 20 x 8 cm). $1000-2000

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281. Betty Woodman (American, 1930-2018) Tall Ceramic Vessel, two handles, sponge-painted in green and light blue on a white ground. Unmarked. Size: 20’’ x 11’’ x 9’’ (51 x 28 x 23 cm). Provenance: Rago: Oct 29, 2005 Lot 148. $1000-2000 282. George Johnson (American, b. 1951) Glazed Stoneware Vessel, 2001, signed and dated. Size: 11.5’’ x 9.5’’ x 8’’ (29 x 24 x 20 cm). Provenance: Ex. Anne d’Harnoncourt Collection. $300-500

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283. Cleve Gray (American, 1918-2004) “Resurrection Series”, 1986, Acrylic painting on paper, signed, dated and framed. Size: 27.5’’ x 39’’, 70 x 99 cm (sheet); 30’’ x 41’’, 76 x 104 cm (frame). $3000-5000 284. Marguerite Zorach (American, 1887-1968) Winter Still Life, 1956, oil painting on canvas, signed. Framed. Size: 20’’ x 24’’, 51 x 61 cm (stretcher); 28’’ x 32’’, 71 x 81 cm (frame). Provenance: Kraushaar Galleries, Inc. NY (label on verso). $10000-15000 285. Attributed to Pantaleon Panduro (1847-1909) Seven Ceramic Busts of important Mexican Presidents and historical figures. Condition: Maduro and Juarez busts have repairs. Ranging in size from 4’’ x 2.5’’ x 1.5’’ (10 x 6 x 4 cm) to 4.5’’ x 1.75’’ x 2.75’’ (11 x 4 x 7 cm). $1000-2000 286. Anonymous (Mexican School, 18th c.) Virgen de Guadalupe Con Apariciones, oil on canvas. Framed. Provenance: Ex. Collection of Elizabeth Blair, Fayence, France; Sotheby’s New York: November 18-19, 2009 (Lot 68). Size: 31’’ x 41’’, 79 x 104 cm (stretcher); 37’’ x 48’’, 94 x 122 cm (frame). $4000-6000

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287. Nicolas Rodriguez Juarez (Mexican, 1667-1734) La Sagrada Familia (The Holy Family), oil painting on canvas, signed. Provenance: Joseph Pauletich, New York. Sotheby’s New York: November 19, 2009 (Lot 66). Size: 34’’ x 43.5’’, 86 x 110 cm (stretcher); 42’’ x 51’’, 107 x 130 cm (frame). $10000-20000 288. Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) Le cocu magnifique (The Magnificent Cuckold) Plate VI (Bloch 1249, Baer 1437), 1968, Etching and Aquatint, signed and numbered from an edition of 30. Size: 10.75’’ x 14’’, 27 x 36 cm (sight); 20.75’’ x 17’’, 53 x 43 cm (frame). $2000-4000

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289. Angel Botello (Puerto Rican, 1913-1986) “Native Girl”, oil painting on masonite, signed. Framed. Prov: New York. Sotheby’s New York: November 19, 2009 (Lot 201). Size: 15’’ x 19’’, 38 x 48 cm (stretcher); 21’’ x 25.5’’, 53 x 65 cm (frame). $6000-9000 290. Angel Botello (Puerto Rican, 1913-1986) “Two Girls”, oil painting on masonite, signed. Framed. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York: November 19, 2009 (Lot 198). Size: 13’’ x 18’’, 33 x 46 cm (sight); 23’’ x 28’’, 58 x 71 cm (frame). $8000-12000

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291. Florian Maier-Aichen (German, b. 1973) Untitled, 2007, C-print, from and edition of 6. Framed. Provenance: Blum & Poe, Los Angeles (label on verso); Sotheby’s New York: November 10, 2010 (Lot 423). Size: 39.5’’ x 29.5’’, 100 x 75 cm (sight); 41’’ x 31’’, 104 x 79 cm (frame). $500010000

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292. Boris Becker (German, b. 1961) “Festplatte Kokain, Panama” from “Fakes”, 2000. C-Print Photograph (mounted), Ed. 2/5, signed. Framed. Provenance: Galerie Ulrich Fiedler, Cologne; Collection of Bernd F. Künne, Hanover; Phillips de Pury, New York, October 13, 2004 (lot 57); Sotheby’s New York: September 22, 2011 (Lot 428). Size: Height 76.8 in.; Width 53 in. / Height 195 cm.; Width 134.5 cm. Size: 55’’ x 77’’, 140 x 196 cm (image); 72.75’’ x 96.26’’, 185 x 245 cm (frame). $2000-4000 293. Jiten Thukral (Indian, b. 1976) and Sumir Tagra (Indian, b. 1979) Untitled, Oil painting on canvas. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York: March 24, 2010 (Lot 181). Size: 71.75’’ x 71.75’’, 182 x 182 cm (stretcher); 72.75’’ x 72.75’’, 185 x 185 cm (frame). $20000-30000

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294. B. Prabha (Indian, 1933-2001) Untitled (Seated Lady), 1963, oil painting on canvas, signed and dated. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York: March 24, 2010 (Lot 157). Size: 42’’ x 30’’, 107 x 76 cm (stretcher); 43’’ x 31’’, 109 x 79 cm (frame). $5000-10000 295. B. Prabha (Indian, 1933-2001) Untitled (Woman with Fruits), oil painting on canvas, signed in Devanagari. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York: September 17, 2009 (Lot 32). Size: 25’’ x 30’’, 64 x 76 cm (stretcher); 29’’ x 34’’, 74 x 86 cm (frame). $10000-15000

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296. B. Prabha (Indian, 1933-2001) Untitled (Standing Woman), 1972, oil painting on canvas,Signed and dated in Devanagari. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York: March 24, 2010 (Lot 159). Size: 31’’ x 50’’, 79 x 127 cm (stretcher); 35’’ x 55’’, 89 x 140 cm (frame). $10000-20000 297. B. Prabha (Indian, 1933-2001) Untitled (Woman with Bird), oil painting on canvas, signed in Devanagari. Provenance: Bonhams London: June 2, 2010 (Lot 27). Size: 33’’ x 36’’, 84 x 91 cm (stretcher); 39’’ x 45’’, 99 x 114 cm (frame). $10000-15000

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298. B. Prabha (Indian, 1933-2001) Untitled (Girl), 1960, oil painting on canvas, signed and dated in Devanagari. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York: September 16, 2010 (Lot 40). Size: 41’’ x 23’’, 104 x 58 cm (stretcher); 42.5’’ x 24.5’’, 108 x 62 cm (frame). $10000-15000 299. Jamini Roy (Indian, 1887-1972) Tempera Painting on Woven Card, Signed in Bengali lower right. Framed. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York: September 16, 2010 (Lot 4). Size: 22’’ x 30.5’’, 56 x 77 cm (frame); 11.5’’ x 22.5’’, 29 x 57 cm (sight). $4000-6000

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300. Jamini Roy (Indian, 1887-1972) Untitled (Three Women), Tempera painting on card, signed in Bengali lower right. Framed. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist in the late 1960’s; Sotheby’s New York: March 24, 2010 (Lot 113). Size: 15’’ x 30’’, 38 x 76 cm (sight); 16’’ x 31’’, 41 x 79 cm (frame). $10000-15000

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301. Jamini Roy (Indian, 1887-1972) Untitled (Parvati and Ganesh), gouache painting on board, signed in Bengali lower right. Provenance: Sotheby’s New York: September 16, 2010 (Lot 1). Size: 17’’ x 11’’, 43 x 28 cm (sight); 22.5’’ x 17’’, 57 x 43 cm (frame). $5000-7000 302. Walter Emerson Baum (American, 1884-1956) “The White House”, lithograph, titled and signed. Frame: 16.25’’ x 12.5’’ (41 x 32 cm). Image: 13.25’’ x 9.25’’ (34 x 23 cm). $300-500

301 303. Jack Bookbinder (American, 1911-1990) “Miguel”, oil painting on canvas, signed. Framed. Size: 10’’ x 8’’, 25 x 20 cm (stretcher); 16’’ x 13.5’’, 41 x 34 cm (frame). $300-500

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304. David Bromley (Australian, b. 1960) Mixed media painting on paper, 1990, signed and dated. Size: 11.25’’ x 7.75’’, 29 x 20 cm (sight); 21.25’’ x 16.75’’, 54 x 43 cm (frame). $200-300 305. 2 Works by Australian Printmakers: 1) Judy Cassab (1920-2015) Engraving, 1987, signed and numbered “22/35”, 13.5’’ x 19.75’’, 34 x 50 cm (plate); 23.5’’ x 31’’, 60 x 79 cm (frame); 2) Charles Blackman (b. 1928) “Jealous Alice Butterfly, screenprint, signed and numbered. Size: 22.25’’ x 30’’, 57 x 76 cm (sheet). $300-500 306. 4 Works by Various Artists: 1) Sue Conrad, Aquatint, signed and numbered. 17’’ x 20’’, 43 x 51 cm (frame); 2) Unknown Artist, lithograph, ed. 385. 18.25’’ x 15.25’’, 46 x 39 cm (frame); 3) Unknown Artist, Blockprint from and edition of 120. 14.5’’ x 16’’, 37 x 41 cm (frame); 4) Unknown Artist, Charcoal Seascape. 29.5’’ x 38.5’’, 75 x 98 cm (sheet); 33’’ x 42.5’’, 84 x 108 cm (frame). $200-300

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307. 5 Works by Various Unknown Artists, including 2 oil on canvas, 2 Oil on board and 1 pastel. Ranging in size from 17.5’’ x 21’’, 44 x 53 cm (stretcher); 20.5’’ x 24’’, 52 x 61 cm (frame) to 19.75’’ x 39.25’’, 50 x 100 cm (stretcher); 20.5’’ x 40’’, 52 x 102 cm (frame). $200-300 308. Maud Cabot Morgan (American, 1903-1999) Collage F.C. #120, 1980, collage on paper. Framed. 29.75’’ x 84.25’’, 76 x 214 cm (sight); 30.75’’ x 85.25’’, 78 x 217 cm (frame). $400-600

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309. Jean Richardson (American, b. 1940) Monotype, 1990, signed and dated. Framed. Printer: John Szoke Editions; New York; NY Provenance: Ronbie Editions; Inc (Yardley, PA); ARCO Chemical Company Corporate Collection (label on verso). Size: 37.5’’ x 57.5’’, 95 x 146 cm (plate); 48.5’’ x 68.5’’, 123 x 174 cm (frame). $300-500 310. John Phillips (American, 20th c.) “Raspberry Spar”, 1975, acrylic painting on canvas, signed; titled and dated. Framed. Provenance: Marian Locks Gallery; Philadelphia; PA (label on verso); Size: 56’’ x 75’’, 142 x 191 cm (stretcher); 57.5’’ x 76.5’’, 146 x 194 cm (frame). $500-1000

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311. Edmond Morais (American, 20th c.) “Remembering M-80”, 1990, acrylic painting on canvas, signed and dated verso. Provenance: Sande Webster Gallery; ARCO Chemical Company Corporate Art Collection. Size: 72’’ x 45’’, 183 x 114 cm (stretcher); 73.25’’ x 46.25’’, 186 x 117 cm (frame). $500-700

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312. Richard Tum Suden (American, b. 1936) “Blue Slide Climb”, 1973, acrylic painting on canvas. Framed. Provenance: Nancy Hoffman Gallery; NY (label on verso); Size: 72’’ x 51’’, 183 x 130 cm (stretcher); 72.5’’ x 51.75’’, 184 x 131 cm (frame). $500-700 313. Mino Argento (Italian, b. 1927) “Labyrinthus II”, 1978, oil and acrylic on canvas; signed and dated on verso. Provenance: Betty Parsons Gallery; NY; ARCO Chemical Company Corporate Art Collection (label on verso). Size: 52’’ x 68’’, 132 x 173 cm (stretcher); 53.5’’ x 69.5’’, 136 x 177 cm (frame). $500-1000

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314. Susan E. Woods (American, 20th c.) Landscape, 1991, pastel drawing on paper; signed. Provenance: Ex. ARCO Chemical Company Corporate Art Collection. Size: 54.5’’ x 59’’, 138 x 150 cm (sheet); 61.25’’ x 65.75’’, 156 x 167 cm (frame). $400-600 315. David Driskell (American, b. 1931) “Spirits Watching”, 1986, lithograph, signed, titled, numbered and dated. Size: 21.5” x 29.75”, 55 x 76 cm (sheet); 29.5” x 38.25”, 75 x 97 cm (frame). $800-1200

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316. Argemiro Gomez (20th c.) Watercolor Painting on paper (two sheets mounted to board), signed. Framed. Provenance: Michael Wyman Gallery; Chicago, IL; ARCO Chemical Company Corporate Art Collection. Size: 25.25’’ x 40.5’’, 64 x 103 cm (each sheet); 59’’ x 48.75’’, 150 x 124 cm (frame). $200-300 317. Fabio Herrera (Costa Rica, b. 1954) “Magia Magic”, 1995, acrylic painting on canvas, signed. Framed. Size: 50’’ x 60’’, 127 x 152 cm (stretcher); 51’’ x 41’’, 130 x 104 cm (frame). $300-500

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318. Hyunsoo Han (20th c.) “Towards Ne”, 1990, oil painting on canvas, signed. Framed. Provenance: ARCO Chemical Company Corporate Art Collection. Size: 46.25’’ x 78.5’’, 117 x 199 cm (stretcher); 47.5’’ x 79.5’’, 121 x 202 cm (frame). $200-400 319. Alfred Dupont (American, 1904-1982) Portrait of a Girl, watercolor, signed. Framed. Size: 7’’ x 10’’, 18 x 25 cm (sight); 12’’ x 16.75’’, 30 x 43 cm (frame). $200-300

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320. Emlen Pope Etting (American, 1905-1993) Two Works: 1) Ophelia, ink and watercolor on paper, signed. Framed; 2) Omega’s “Lovers”, 1955, graphite and watercolor on paper, signed and dated. Framed. Ranging in size from 9.25’’ x 7.75’’, 23 x 20 cm (sight); 21.25’’ x 17.25’’, 54 x 44 cm (frame) to 6.5’’ x 4.75’’, 17 x 12 cm (sight); 16’’ x 12.75’’, 41 x 32 cm (frame). $300-500

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321. Marcel Vertes (Hungarian-American, 1895-1961) Pierrot, Lithograph, épreuve d’artiste, signed. Framed. Size: 14’’ x 20’’, 36 x 51 cm (sight); 22’’ x 29’’, 56 x 74 cm (frame). $200-400

322. Joseph Raffael (American, b. 1933) “Haiku Fish I White”, 1979, lithograph in colors, from an edition of 32, signed and dated. Framed. Provenance: Nancy Hoffman Gallery, NY (label on verso); ARCO Chemical Company Corporate Art Collection (label on verso). Size: 22.5’’ x 28.5’’, 57 x 72 cm (sheet); 27.75’’ x 33.75’’, 70 x 86 cm (frame). $500-700

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323. Leopoldo Flores (Mexican, 1934-2016) “Pajaros”, 1974, acrylic painting on canvas, signed and dated. Framed. Provenance: Galleria Merkup A.C., Polanco; Mexico (label on verso). Size: 31.5’’ x 19.5’’, 80 x 50 cm (stretcher); 32’’ x 20’’, 81 x 51 cm (frame). $500-700

324. Mary Potter (British, 1900-1981) “Mother and Children”, watercolor painting. Framed. Provenance: The New Art Centre, London (label on verso). Size: 6.25’’ x 8.75’’, 16 x 22 cm (sight); 13’’ x 15.5’’, 33 x 39 cm (frame). $300-500

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325. Clarence Frederick Underwood (American, 18711929) gouache painting, signed. Unframed. Size: 19’’ x 21’’, 48 x 53 cm (image); 22’’ x 22’’, 56 x 56 cm (board). $500-700

326. Antique Portrait of a Man, Oil painting on board, possibly 17th Century. Size: 15’’ x 10’’, 38 x 25 cm (board). Size: 15’’ x 10’’, 38 x 25 cm (board). $300-500

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327. Antique Portrait of a Gentleman, oil painting on canvas. Framed. Frame: 18.5’’ x 23.25’’ (47 x 59 cm). Stretcher: 13.75’’ x 18.75’’ (35 x 48 cm). $200-400

328. Antique Continental Genre Painting on Canvas, depicting two children playing with rabbits, unsigned. gilt wood frame. Size: 11’’ x 9’’, 28 x 23 cm (stretcher); 23’’ x 21’’, 58 x 53 cm (frame). $400-600

329. Sheldon (Shelly) Fink (American/NY, b. 1925) “Wall Street”, oil painting on panel, signed verso. Framed. Size: 6.5’’ x 8’’, 17 x 20 cm (board); 10’’ x 11.75’’, 25 x 30 cm (frame). $200-300

330. Manner of William Henry Crome (1806-1873) Moonlit Seascape, oil painting on canvas. Gilt wood frame. Size: 17.75’’ x 23.75’’, 45 x 60 cm (frame); 12’’ x 18’’ ; 30 x 46 cm (stretcher). $300-500

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331. Norman Ackroyd (British, b. 1938) Landscape, 1993, aquatint, titled illegibly, numbered, signed and dated. Size: 6’’ x 7.75’’, 15 x 20 cm (plate); 11’’ x 13’’, 28 x 33 cm (frame). $200-400

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332. Harry Brodsky (American, 1908-1997) Collection of 14 Lithographs: “The Bar” , “Homeless Man”, “The Beggars Opera”, “Head”, “The Dead will not Sleep”, “Daffodils”, “No Exit”, “The Fiddler”, “From My Attic Window”, Classic Landscape”, “Roots”, “Images”, “Tony’s Desk” and “Three Trees”, signed. Ranging in size from: 12”L x 9”W, 30 x 23 cm (sheet) to 19.25”L x 24.5”W, 49 x 62 cm (sheet). Along with 1 Pencil Drawing, a Market Scene, by an unknown Artist. $200-300 333. Group lot 3 Framed Works: 2 works on paper by Dwight C. Sturges, and 1 work on paper by Mervin Jules. Ranging in size from 11’’ x 9’’, 28 x 23 cm (sight); 17.5’’ x 15’’, 44 x 38 cm (frame) to 13.5’’ x 10’’, 34 x 25 cm (sight); 21’’ x 17’’, 53 x 43 cm (frame). $100-200

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334. 2 Early 20th c. Engravings: 1) Frank Weston Benson (American, 1862-1951) “Dawn”, 1928, signed. Special Publication for 1928 Print Club, Cleveland Ohio; 2) Armin Hansen (American, 1886-1957) ‘’Snug Harbor’’ (White 109) etching, signed and titled, from an edition of 350 prints, published by The Print Makers Society of California, in original presentation folder. Plates range in size from 7.75’’ x 5.75’’ (20 x 15 cm) to 10’’ x 7’’ (25 x 18 cm). $300-500 335. Rowland Langmaid (British, 1897-1956) “Tower Bridge”, etching, titled and signed. Framed. Size: 8.25’’ x 7’’, 21 x 18 cm (sight); 14.5’’ x 13’’, 37 x 33 cm (frame). $300-500 336. Richard Hayley Lever (American, 1876-1958) Etching, signed. Framed. Size: 8.5’’ x 6.75’’, 22 x 17 cm (sight); 13.75’’ x 12.5’’, 35 x 32 cm (frame). $300-500

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337. American School Watercolor Painting, depicting a rowboat on a beach, signed “A.M.W.” Frame: 14.35’’ x 11.25’’ (36 x 29 cm). Image: 11.25’’ x 7.5’’ (29 x 19 cm). $100-200 338. Jack Gerber (American, b. 1927) Circus, mixed media painting on paper, signed. Size: 30.5’’ x 22’’, 77 x 56 cm (sheet). $200-400 339. Jack Gerber (American, b. 1927) Painting on Panel, 1950, signed. Framed. Size: 18’’ x 24’’, 46 x 61 cm (board); 23.5’’ x 29.75’’, 60 x 76 cm (frame). $200-400

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340. Jack Gerber (American, b. 1927) Painting on canvas, signed. Size: 20’’ x 16’’, 51 x 41 cm (stretcher); 21.5’’ x 17.5’’, 55 x 44 cm (frame). $200-300

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341. Michael Dvortcsak (American, b. 1938) “Gadabout”, 1979, painting on canvas, signed verso. Framed. Note: Minor tear. Size: 72’’ x 65.75’’, 183 x 167 cm (stretcher); 73.5’’ x 67.5’’, 187 x 171 cm (frame). Provenance: ARCO Chemical Company Corporate Art Collection. $500-1000

342. Donald Lewallen (American, 20th c.) “Colorado”, acrylic painting on canvas, 1969. Provenance: OK Harris (label on verso). Size: 72” x 72”, 182 x 182 cm (stretcher). $500-1000

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343. Robert Younger (20th c.) Abstract Painting on Canvas, 1972, signed and dated verso. Provenance: ARCO Chemical Company Corporate Art Collection. Size: 96’’ x 82’’, 245 x 210 cm (stretcher). $500-1000

344. Antonio Lago Rivera (Spanish, 1916-1990) “Verde, Sombre, Negro”, 1961, oil painting on canvas, signed. Framed. Provenance: Arthur Tooth & Sons Ltd, London (label on verso). Size: 21’’ x 17.5’’, 53 x 44 cm (sight); 29’’ x 25’’, 74 x 64 cm (frame). $800-1200

345. Albert Moulton Foweraker (British, 1873-1942) Landscape, watercolor painting on paper, signed. Framed. Size: 10’’ x 7’’, 25 x 18 cm (sight); 18.5’’ x 15’’, 47 x 38 cm (frame). $300-500

346. Steve Jaffe (American, 1942-2009) Abstract Pastel Drawing on Paper, signed. Framed. Size: 47’’ x 30’’, 119 x 76 cm (sight); 42’’ x 24’’, 107 x 61 cm (frame). Provenance: The Estate of Mary Bert Gutman, Pennsylvania. $100-150

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347. Manner of Frank Hector Tompkins (American, 18471942) Portrait of Lady, oil painting on canvas, signed. Framed. Size: 36’’ x 24’’, 91 x 61 cm (stretcher); 48’’ x 36’’, 122 x 91 cm (frame). $300-500

348. Olga Lea Rosenson (American, b. 1892) Portrait of a Man, Oil Painting on canvas, signed. Framed. Size: 16.5’’ x 14’’, 42 x 36 cm (stretcher); 19’’ x 17’’, 48 x 43 cm (frame). $200-300

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349. Attributed to W. R. Leigh “Indian Warriors”, Oil painting on panel, signed. Framed. Size: 12’’ x 16’’, 30 x 41 cm (board). $1000-2000

350. Western Landscape Painting on canvas, signed illegibly, in the manner of Z. S. Liang (Chinese, 20th c.). Size: 24’’ x 20’’, 61 x 51 cm (stretcher). $200-300

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351. Manner of Nicolai Fechin (Russian, 1881-1955) Native American Portrait, signed. Framed. Size: 12’’ x 10’’, 30 x 25 cm (stretcher); 14’’ x 12’’, 36 x 30 cm (frame). $800-1200

352. American Illustrator (20th c.) Painting on Board, c. 1940’s or 50’s, likely a paperback novel cover. Size: 18.25’’ x 26’’ (46 x 66 cm). $200-400

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353. Oil Painting of a Man with Horse. Framed. Stamped Replica Painting on Verso. Size: 45’’ x 34’’, 114 x 86 cm (frame); 39’’ x 28.5’’, 99 x 72 cm (sight). $200-400

354. Walter Bayes (British, 1869-1956) Landscape, watercolor painting on paperboard, signed. Framed. Size: 12.25’’ x 16.5’’, 31 x 42 cm (board); 17.5’’ x 22’’, 44 x 56 cm (frame). Philadelphia Estate. $400-600

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355. Ernest Ochsner (American, b. 1944) “Toward the East, Hamilton, CO”, 2003, oil painting on linen, signed and dated. Provenance: Hayden Gallery, Nebraska. Size: 36’’ x 36’’, 91 x 91 cm (stretcher); 37’’ x 37’’, 94 x 94 cm (frame). $500-800

356. Ernest Ochsner (American, b. 1944) “Shady Bovine Hiway 34”, 2003, oil painting on linen, signed and dated. Provenance: Hayden Gallery, Nebraska. Size: 40’’ x 40’’, 102 x 102 cm (stretcher); 41’’ x 41’’, 104 x 104 cm (frame). $400-600

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356 357. Richard Misrach (American, b. 1949) “Hawaii (7 of 12)”, 1980, dye transfer print, ed, 28/50. Framed. Publisher: Grapestake Gallery, San Francisco, CA. Provenance: ARCO Chemical Company Corporate Art Collection (label on verso). Size: 18’’ x 14’’, 46 x 36 cm (sight); 24.5’’ x 22’’, 62 x 56 cm (frame). $300-500

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358. Unknown Artist (20th c.) Harbor Scene, handcolored engraving. Framed. Size: 8” x 11”, 20 x 28 cm (sight); 14” x 17”, 36 x 43 cm (frame). Ex. Ford Wheeler Collection. $50-100

359. American School (20th c.) City Scene, oil painting on board, unsigned. Framed. Inscribed “Estate Edmund F Ward” on verso. Size: 12’’ x 16’’, 30 x 41 cm (board); 14’’ x 18’’, 36 x 46 cm (frame). $150-250

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360. Rube Goldberg (1883-1970), Baseball Days, c.1945, Ink on paper illustration, SLR, framed. Size: 11’’ x 15’’, 28 x 38 cm (sight); 17’’ x 21.5’’, 43 x 55 cm (frame). $100-200

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361. O. de Rich (African American, 20th c.) Oil painting on canvas. Size: 30” x 25”, 76 x 64 cm (stretcher). $100-200

362. Frances Jacobson (American, 1923-2011) Seated children. Unsigned. Oil on canvas. Unframed. Size: 36’’ x 36’’, 91 x 91 cm (stretcher). $200-300

363. Frances Jacobson (American, 1923-2011) “The Dance Class”, oil on canvas. Size: 60’’ x 42’’, 152 x 107 cm (stretcher). $300-500

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364. Lawson Wood (British, 1878-1957) Two Works: “The First Championship” and “The First Traffic Cop”, signed, each gouache and watercolor. Framed. Size: 16’’ x 4’’, 41 x 10 cm (frame) each. $500-700

365. Daisy Field, Oil on Canvas, C. 1920’s, an illustrator - artwork associated with the Philadelphia Democrat Gazette, a German Language Newspaper from the late 19th to mid 20th c. It hung in their office until the paper closed, went home with one of the VIP managers and eventually was sold. Size: 60’’ x 37.75’’, 152 x 96 cm (sight); 62’’ x 39.75’’, 157 x 101 cm (frame). $800-1200

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366. Kate Greenaway (British, 1846-1901) Little School Girl Watercolor painting on paper, signed. Framed. Size: 2.25’’ x 1.25’’, 6 x 3 cm (sight); 5.75’’ x 4.75’’, 15 x 12 cm (frame). $200-300

367. Attributed to Dalton Stevens (American, 1878-1938), The Bellhop, Oil on canvas, not signed. Size: 10.5’’ x 7.5’’, 27 x 19 cm (linen). From the Estate of Charles Martignette. $200-400

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368. Mid Century Bettie Page Style Pin-Up Painting, watercolor on paper, signed illegibly. Size: 16.5’’ x 10’’, 42 x 25 cm (sight); 27’’ x 20’’, 69 x 51 cm (frame). $100-200

369. George Benjamin Luks (American, 1867-1933) African American Marketplace Harlem, ink on paper. Estate Stamp: Ex. Collection Caroline Luks. Size: 15.25” x 10.5”, 39 x 27 cm (sight); 20” x 15”, 51 x 38 cm (frame). Size: 15’’ x 10.5’’, 38 x 27 cm (sight); 20’’ x 15’’, 51 x 38 cm (frame) $200-400

370. Emil Kotrba (Czech,1912-1983) Oil painting on canvas. Portrait of the Lipizzan Horse Pluto XXVI, 1971. Provenance: Karl Thygesen Gallery, Denmark. Size: 22’’ x 18’’, 56 x 46 cm (stretcher); 25.5’’ x 21’’, 65 x 53 cm (frame). $500-1000

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371. Harold von Schmidt American (1893-1982) Tugboat Annie, Saturday Evening Post Illustration, 1951, oil painting on canvas, signed and dated lower left, framed. 30’’ x 50’’, 76 x 127 cm (stretcher); 36’’ x 56’’, 91 x 142 cm (frame). $1000-1500 372. Old Master Peeping Tom Painting. Oil on Board, unsigned. Size: 14’’ x 18’’, 36 x 46 cm (stretcher); 21.5’’ x 19’’, 55 x 48 cm (frame). $300-500

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373. Frederic Stanley (American, 1892-1967) Woman with Monkey, 1915, Pastel on paper. Signed and dated lower left. Size: 22’’ x 14’’, 56 x 36 cm (sight); 30’’ x 22’’, 76 x 56 cm (frame). $700-1000

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374. 3 American Reverse Painted Glass Tinsel Paintings, 1940s. Ranging in size from 11.5’’ x 9.5’’, 29 x 24 cm (frame) to 17’’ x 13’’, 43 x 33 cm (frame). $200-300 375. 3 American Glass Tinsel Paintings - foil painted tinsel art, early/mid 20th c. Size: 5.5’’ x 6’’, 14 x 15 cm each. $200-300

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376. 2 Antique American Reverse Painted Glass Tinsel Paintings. Size: 16.5’’ x 14’’, 42 x 36 cm (frame) each. $200-300

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377. 2 Rare American Wedding Theme Tinsel Paintings, one dated “June 14 1941”. Ranging in size from 8.5’’ x 10.5’’, 22 x 27 cm (board) to 13’’ x 17’’, 33 x 43 cm (frame). $200-300 378. Impressive Carved Folk Art Chair, 20th C., with inscriptions that include: “Freedom For All” and “America For Ever” carved on sword shaped backing end spindles. “Putnam”, “Adams”, “De La Fayette”, “Washington”, “Franklin”, “Greene”, “Hancock”, carved on interior top backing spindles. “Spirit of 76” carved on back of wrap around arm. “Independence” carved on front edge of desktop arm. “Massachussets”, “New Hampshire”, “Connecticut”, “Rhode Island”, “New York”, “New Jersey”, “Penn”, “Delaware”, “Maryland”, “So. Carolina”, “No. Carolina”, “Georgia” carved in relief wrapping around interior bottom backing spindles. Size: 65’’ x 35’’ x 30’’ (165 x 89 x 76 cm). $500-1000 379. Jane Gilday (American, b. 1951) Painted Cabinet, “Loop in the Sky”, 1995, carved and painted wood cabinet, titled, signed and dated. Size: 73’’ x 31’’ x 14’’ (185 x 79 x 36 cm). $1000-1500

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380. Jane Gilday (American, b. 1951) Painted Corner Cabinet, “Jambalaya Cupboard”, 1996, titled, signed and dated. Size: 63’’ x 35’’ x 26’’ (160 x 89 x 66 cm). $1000-1500

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381. Folk Art Carved and Painted Wood Library Step Chair with Noah’s Arc Scene, 20th c. Size: 35’’ x 16.5’’ x 15’’ (89 x 42 x 38 cm). $200-400

382. Folk Art Native American Portrait, Carved & Painted Wood, Inscribed “Camp Butner, USA, 10.3.1945”. Size: 11.5’’ x 11.5’’, 29 x 29 cm (frame). $200-250

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383. Steven Chandler (American, 20th c.) “Portrait of Bill Traylor”, 2005, mixed media on board, signed. Framed. Size: 16’’ x 15’’, 41 x 38 cm (board); 21’’ x 19.5’’, 53 x 50 cm (frame). $300-500

384. Xmeah ShaEla’ReEl (American/Louisiana, b. 1943) Seek the Lord Satellite Dish, Paint and glitter on rolling satellite dish. Size: 57’’ x 40’’ x 50’’ (145 x 102 x 127 cm). $300-500

385. Large Signed Reclaimed Wood Sculpture Folk Art. The Sculpture is made of various pieces of wood and reclaimed wood and consists of two parts that sit on on top of the other. There is a blue bird resting on the top piece. It is signed Madden ‘02. Size: 106’’ x 17’’ x 17’’ (269 x 43 x 43 cm). $300-500

386. Old American One-Man-Band Stumph Fiddle, combination drum, cowbell, tambourine. Size: 53’’ x 11’’ x 7’’ (135 x 28 x 18 cm). $200-300

387. Dan Barnes (American, 20th c.) “Woman Undressing”, 2009, life-size mixed media on cutout board, metal stand. Size: 84’’ x 21’’ x 17’’ (213 x 53 x 43 cm). $300-500

388. Michael Banks (American/Alabama, b. 1972) “Red Again”, oil painting on board. Size: 33.5’’ x 50’’, 85 x 127 cm (board). $500-1000

389. Zulu Lulu Folk Art Sign, found in Catskills, PA/NY border, and attributed to obscure self-taught folk artist by the name of Jim Graylyn (sp?). Painted wood and metal construction. Size: 17’’ x 77’’ x 12’’ (43 x 196 x 30 cm). $400-600

390. Nail Head Metal Folk Art Sculpture, found in Catskills, PA/NY border, and attributed to obscure selftaught folk artist by the name of Jim Graylyn or possibly Jim Graham (sp?). Size: 29’’ x 17’’ x 9’’ (74 x 43 x 23 cm). $300-500

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391. Devil Face Birdhouse, found in Catskills, PA/NY border, and attributed to obscure self-taught folk artist by the name of Jim Graylyn (sp?). Carved and painted wood. Size: 27’’ x 25’’ x 8’’ (69 x 64 x 20 cm). $200-300

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392. Deer Head Birdhouse, found in Catskills, PA/NY border, and attributed to obscure self-taught folk artist by the name of Jim Graylyn or possibly Jim Graham (sp?). Painted wood and metal construction. Size: 29’’ x 18’’ x 27’’ (74 x 46 x 69 cm). $200-400

393. Uncle Sam Milking the Taxpayer Cow Whirligig, carved and painted wood. Repairs. Size: 15’’ x 15’’ x 11’’ (38 x 38 x 28 cm). $200-300

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394. Carved and Painted Wood Folk Art Sculpture of a Skier, signed. Size: 83’’ x 50’’ x 17’’ (211 x 127 x 43 cm). $300-500

395. Painted Metal Sculpture “Anti Gras”, 2002, signed illegibly on the back “Pat J...”. Size: 50’’ x 23’’ x 12’’ (127 x 58 x 30 cm). $200-400

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396. Mixed Media Folk Art Folding Table, 20th C. Size: 31’’ x 31’’, 79 x 79 cm (object). $200-400

397. Paul “Baltimore Glassman” Darmafall (American, 1925-2003) “Guess Who?”, Mixed media on wood. Size: 12’’ x 8’’ (30 x 20 cm). $100-200

398. Mary Proctor (American, b. 1960) When A Man Love A Woman. Mixed media painting, with glass on metal. Size: 29’’ x 10’’, 74 x 25 cm. $200-300

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399. Mary Proctor (American, b. 1960) Painting on Found Door, 1995, “I Remember When I Was a Child...” 79.25’’ x 24’’, 201 x 61 cm (board). $600-900

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400. Important Eulah Needham (American, 1895-1982) Tennessee Folk Art Painting, Angels Watching Over a Man and His Cabin Near Clinch Mountain; oil on canvas, handmade cedar frame, signed. Size: 40’’ x 98’’, 102 x 249 cm (frame). $2000-3000

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401. David Tinsley (American, b. 1951) “Stairway to Heaven”, acrylic painting on panel, in a wood frame, titled and signed. Size: 15.75’’ x 11.75’’, 40 x 30 cm (board); 16.75’’ x 12.75’’, 43 x 32 cm (frame). $400-600

402. David Tinsley (American, b. 1951) “Temptations”, acrylic painting on panel, in a wood frame, titled and signed. Size: 16’’ x 16’’, 41 x 41 cm (board); 17’’ x 17’’, 43 x 43 cm (frame). $400-600

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403. Ezekiel Gibbs (American/Texas, 1889-1992) “Cotton Hauling on the farm”, 1980’s, mixed media watercolor & graphite on paper. Size: 18’’ x 24’’, 46 x 61 cm (sheet). $1000-2000

404. Duncan Keith (American/New York, 20th c.) Three oil paintings on canvas. Sizes: 1) 28’’ x 22’’, 71 x 56 cm (stretcher); 2) 28’’ x 22’’, 71 x 56 cm (stretcher); 3) 28’’ x 22’’, 71 x 56 cm (stretcher). $500-700

405. Duncan Keith (American/New York, 20th c.) Three oil paintings on canvas. Sizes: 1) 24’’ x 36’’, 61 x 91 cm (stretcher); 2) 36’’ x 24’’, 91 x 61 cm (stretcher); 3) 24’’ x 36’’, 61 x 91 cm (board). $500-700

406. Duncan Keith (American/New York, 20th c.) Three oil paintings on canvas. Sizes: 1) 24’’ x 36’’, 61 x 91 cm (stretcher); 2) 36’’ x 24’’, 91 x 61 cm (stretcher); 3) 28’’ x 22’’, 71 x 56 cm (stretcher). $500-700

407. Duncan Keith (American/New York, 20th c.) Three oil paintings on canvas. Sizes: 1) 28’’ x 22’’, 71 x 56 cm (stretcher); 2) 24’’ x 36’’, 61 x 91 cm (board); 3) 36’’ x 24’’, 91 x 61 cm (stretcher). $500-700

408. Duncan Keith (American/New York, 20th c.) Three oil paintings on canvas. Sizes: 1) 28’’ x 22’’, 71 x 56 cm (stretcher); 2) 24’’ x 36’’, 61 x 91 cm (board); 3) 28’’ x 22’’, 71 x 56 cm (stretcher). $500-700

409. Duncan Keith (American/New York, 20th c.) Three oil paintings on canvas. Sizes: 1) 24’’ x 36’’, 61 x 91 cm (board); 2) 24’’ x 36’’, 61 x 91 cm (stretcher); 3) 24’’ x 36’’, 61 x 91 cm (board). $500-700

410. Duncan Keith (American/New York, 20th c.) Three oil paintings on canvas. Sizes: 1) 36’’ x 24’’, 91 x 61 cm (stretcher; 2) 24’’ x 36’’, 61 x 91 cm (stretcher); 3) 24’’ x 36’’, 61 x 91 cm (stretcher). $500-700

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411. Max Fleshman (American, 20th c.) “Birds of a Feather”, erotic decoupage on found painting, signed. Framed. Size: 48’’ x 24’’, 122 x 61 cm (sight); 53’’ x 29’’, 135 x 74 cm (frame). $800-1200

412. Prince Twins Seven Seven (Nigerian, 1944-2011) Ink and acrylic painting on canvas, signed. Size: 12’’ x 12’’, 30 x 30 cm (stretcher). $300-400

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413. Prince Twins Seven Seven (Nigerian, 1944-2011) “Shapes”, ink and acrylic painting on canvas, signed. Framed. Size: 28’’ x 22’’, 71 x 56 cm (stretcher); 29’’ x 23’’, 74 x 58 cm (frame). $300-500

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414. Humbert Howard (American, 1915-1992) “Red Hat”, oil painting on board, signed and dated. Framed. Size: 6.25’’ x 5.5’’, 16 x 14 cm (board); 15’’ x 14.5’’, 38 x 37 cm (frame). $1000-1500

415. R.A. Miller (American, 1912-2006) Flag, mixed media on board, signed. Framed. Size: 14.5’’ x 13’’, 37 x 33 cm (sight); 20’’ x 19’’, 51 x 48 cm (frame). $200-400

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416. Mose Tolliver (American/Alabama, 1925-2006) Watermelon, painting on board, signed. Framed. Size: 24’’ x 21’’, 61 x 53 cm (board); 30’’ x 18’’, 76 x 46 cm (frame). $300-500

417. Chris Roberts-Antieau (American, b. 1950) “The Recovery of Roy”, 2005, fabric-applique. Size: 43’’ x 30.5’’, 109 x 77 cm (object); 53’’ x 35’’, 135 x 89 cm (frame). $2000-3000

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418. Chris Roberts-Antieau (American, b. 1950) “The Genius of Ray Charles”, 2005, fabric-applique. Size: 20’’ x 16’’, 51 x 41 cm (object); 29’’ x 21’’, 74 x 53 cm (frame). $800-1200

419. Nicole Maynard-Sahar (American, 20th c.) “Pulling up the Weeds”, painting on canvas, signed and titled. Size: 42’’ x 36’’, 107 x 91 cm (stretcher); 44’’ x 38’’, 112 x 97 cm (frame). $300-500

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420. Ike E. Morgan (American/Texas, b. 1958) Portrait, mixed media drawing on paper, signed. Framed. Size: 18’’ x 1824’’, 46 x 4633 cm (sheet); 20’’ x 26’’, 51 x 66 cm (frame). $400-600

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421. Marshall Arisman (American, 20th c.) “Portrait of a Gentleman”, oil painting on canvas, signed. Size: 32’’ x 25’’, 81 x 64 cm (stretcher). $700-900

422. Jimmy Lee Sudduth (American, 1910-2007) “Bird”, painting on board, signed. Size: 48’’ x 24’’, 122 x 61 cm (board). $500-700

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423. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Mixed media painting on board, signed. Framed. (Irregular sight), 18.5” x 39.5” x 2” , 47 x 101 x 5 cm (Frame). Featured in “Purvis of Overtown” documentary. $600 -1000

424. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Mixed Media Painting, signed. Size: 48’’ x 59’’, 122 x 150 cm (board). $1000-1500

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425. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Painting, mixed media on board, signed. Size: 25’’ x 27’’ (64 x 69 cm). $200-400

426. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Mixed Media Painting, signed. Size: 13.75’’ x 15.25’’, 35 x 39 cm (image); 18’’ x 19.75’’, 46 x 50 cm (frame). $300-400

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427. Purvis Young (American, 1943-2010) Abstract Composition, mixed media painting on canvas. Framed. Size: 13’’ x 15’’, 33 x 38 cm (stretcher); 13.75’’ x 15.75’’, 35 x 40 cm (frame). $300-400

428 428. Donald Mitchell (American, b. 1951) Figures, ink drawing on paper. Framed. Provenance: Outsider Folk Art Gallery (label on verso). Size: 30’’ x 11.5’’, 76 x 29 cm (sheet); 32’’ x 14’’, 81 x 36 cm (frame). $500 -700

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429. Mose Tolliver (American/Alabama, 1925-2006) “Luvin Woman”, painting on board, signed. Size: 15’’ x 30’’, 38 x 76 cm (board). $300-500

430. Mose Tolliver (American/Alabama, 1925-2006) Man with Crutches, painting on board, signed. Size: 16’’ x 28’’, 41 x 71 cm (board). $400-600

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431. Howard Finster (American, 1916-2001) Root Wood Sculpture, #1,458, enamel, glitter and brower root on board, in a carved wood frame. Size: 48” x 12” (artwork), 57” x 21” x 5.5” (frame). $800-1200

432. Howard Finster (American, 1916-2001) Coca Cola Bottle, Paint and marker on cut out board, 1989, #11,636, signed. Size: 34’’ x 11’’, 86 x 28 cm (board). $1000-2000

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434. Bourmond Byron (Haitian/Jacmel, 1920-2004) Father and Child, 1955, oil painting on masonite, signed. Framed. Size: 25.5’’ x 18.75’’, 65 x 48 cm (board); 26.5’’ x 19.5’’, 67 x 50 cm (frame). Provenance: Ex. Jonathan Demme Collection. $800-1200

435. Bourmond Byron (Haitian/Jacmel, 1920-2004) Still Life with Fish, Squash and Gourds, 1961, oil painting on masonite, signed and dated. Framed. Size: 12’’ x 23.75’’, 30 x 60 cm (board); 14.25’’ x 25.75’’, 36 x 65 cm (frame). Ex. Jonathan Demme Collection. $200-400

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436. Andre Saturne (Haitian, 1923-1983) Farmyard Scene with Chickens and Goat, painting on masonite, signed. Size: 20’’ x 24’’, 51 x 61 cm (board); 21.75’’ x 25.75’’, 55 x 65 cm (frame). Ex. Jonathan Demme Collection. $200-400

437. W. Voltaire (Haitian, 20th c.) Fishing Scene, painting on masonite, signed. Framed. Size: 15.5’’ x 17.5’’, 39 x 44 cm (board); 17.5’’ x 19.75’’, 44 x 50 cm (frame). Ex Jonathan Demme Collection. $100-200

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438. E. Altema (Haitian, 20th c.) Agricultural Couple, oil painting on canvas, signed. Framed. Size: 15.75’’ x 20’’, 40 x 51 cm (stretcher); 17.5’’ x 21.75’’, 44 x 55 cm (frame). Ex. Jonathan Demme Collection. $100 -200

439. T. Evariste (Haitian/Cap-Haitien, 20th c.) Tourists en route to Citadel, painting on masonite, signed. Framed. Size: 23.5’’ x 17’’, 60 x 43 cm (board); 25’’ x 18.5’’, 64 x 47 cm (frame). Ex. Jonathan Demme Collection. $200-400

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440. Sisson Blanchard (Haitian/Trouin, 1929-1981) Cockfight, painting on masonite, signed. Framed. Very early work by 1st wave Centre D’Art painter Sisson Blanchard. Size: 8’’ x 10.25’’, 20 x 26 cm (board); 9.25’’ x 11.5’’, 23 x 29 cm (frame). Ex. Jonathan Demme Collection. $100-200

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441. Jacques-Richard Chery (Haitian/Cap-Haitien, b. 1928) Santa Claus, painting on masonite, signed. Framed. Size: 24’’ x 20’’, 61 x 51 cm (board); 30.5’’ x 27’’, 77 x 69 cm (frame). $300-500

442. Wilson Bigaud (Haitian/ Port-au-Prince, 1931-2010) Waterfall Bathers, 1986, painting on canvas, signed. Framed. Provenance: Ex. Alex Dube collection. Size: 29.5’’ x 23.5’’, 75 x 60 cm (sight); 33.75’’ x 27.75’’, 86 x 70 cm (frame). $600-900

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443. Prefete Duffaut (Haitian/Jacmel, 1923-2012) Landscape, 1985, painting on canvas, signed and dated. Framed. Size: 10’’ x 8’’, 25 x 20 cm (stretcher); 15.5’’ x 13.25’’, 39 x 34 cm (frame). $200-400

444. Prefete Duffaut (Haitian/Jacmel, 1923-2012) Landscape, painting on board, signed. Framed. Size: 20’’ x 16’’, 51 x 41 cm (image); 21’’ x 17.25’’, 53 x 44 cm (frame). $200-400

445. Gabriel Alix (Haitian/Saint-Marc, 1930-1998) Still Life, circa 1960’s, oil painting on masonite, signed. Unframed. Size: 24’’ x 20’’ (61 x 51 cm). $500-700

446. Norman Scott “Butch” Quinn (American, 1939-2006) “Time Temple”, 1976-80, mixed media found object sculpture, signed and dated on bottom. Size: 28’’ x 31’’ x 28’’ (71 x 79 x 71 cm). $400-600

447. Freddy Cherizard (Haitian, 20th c.) “Toussaint Louverture”, oil on masonite, signed and inscribed “Cap-Hatien” lower center, inscribed on verso: “Pere Spitz / Montrouis / 8/6/79”. Provenance: ex. Property of the New Orleans Museum of Art. Size: 20’’ x 24’’, 51 x 61 cm (board); 24.5’’ x 28.5’’, 62 x 72 cm (frame). $200-400

448. Harvey Parks (American, b.1948) Oil Painting on canvas, 1979. Size: 47’’ x 35.5’’, 119 x 90 cm (stretcher). $100-200

449. Joseph Polinski (American, 20th c.) Couple, painting on masonite, signed. Size: 30’’ x 20’’, 76 x 51 cm (board). $200-300

450. William Entwistle (American, 20th c.) Two painted plaster Sculptures, each signed, on stands: Grotesque Alien Head and Janus Head. Ranging in size from 15’’ x 7’’ x 8’’ (38 x 18 x 20 cm) to 24’’ x 9’’ x 11’’ (61 x 23 x 28 cm). $300-500

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451. Neith Nevelson (American/New York, b. 1946) Horse, painting on canvas, signed. Framed. Size: 24’’ x 18’’, 61 x 46 cm (stretcher); 29’’ x 23’’, 74 x 58 cm (frame). $200-400

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452. Miami Skyline Painting, mixed media on carved wood relief panel, signed “Daniel C. Garcia”. Size: 96’’ x 18’’, 244 x 46 cm (board). $200-400 453. “Maryland Fishing Pier” Wall Hanging Sculpture, paint on metal construction, unknown artist. Size: 25’’ x 56’’ x 5’’ (64 x 142 x 13 cm). $300-500

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454. Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians, Folk Art Diorama, mid 20th C. Fourteen handmade and painted musicians, including the famous Canadian-American bandleader and violinist of Italian descent, Guy Lombardo (1902-1977). Size: 42’’ x 18’’ x 18’’ (107 x 46 x 46 cm). $500-700

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455. Unusual Antique Chinese Crank Automation Diorama Stage Set, with Chinese figures and a dragon. Crank Mounted on reverse. Losses to the dragons at top. Size: 55’’ x 28’’ x 15’’ (140 x 71 x 38 cm). $400-600 456. “Ship Captain” Display Case, Composite Figures, Wood and Glass Case, with Dolphins, unsigned. Size: 31’’ x 28’’ x 24’’ (79 x 71 x 61 cm). $200-400

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457. Group of Thrift Store Paintings: Various Subjects,including: 7 Nude Figure Paintings, 2 Landscapes, 2 Dog Portraits, a Still Life and Modern Coffee Advertising Sign. Ranging in size from 10’’ x 8’ 25 x 20 cm (stretcher), 11.25’’ x 9.25’’, 29 x 23 cm (frame) to 30’’ x 20’’, 76 x 51 cm (stretcher). $100-200 458. Leonard Pytlak (American, 1910-1998) Early Flight Mural, oil painting on board. Early 20th c. Size: 46’’ x 96’’, 117 x 244 cm (board); 48’’ x 98’’, 122 x 249 cm (frame). Leonard Pytlak studied at the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Art and the Art Student’s League. He was a member of the Art League of America, Philadelphia Color Print Society and Audobon Artists. He was a member and founder of the National Serigraph Society and was involved with the New York City WPA as a graphic artist from 1934 to 1941. His work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museum, Denver Art Museum, New York Public Library, Museum of Modern Art, Contemporary Art Museum and the National Serigraph Society. $500-1000 459. Leonard Pytlak (American, 1910-1998) Beach Scene Mural, oil painting on board, Early 20th c. Size: 46’’ x 96’’, 117 x 244 cm (board); 48’’ x 98’’, 122 x 249 cm (frame). $500-1000

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460. Leonard Pytlak (American, 1910-1998) Early Jazz Club Mural, oil painting on board. Early 20th c. Size: 46’’ x 96’’, 117 x 244 cm (board); 48’’ x 98’’, 122 x 249 cm (frame). $500-1000

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461. Leonard Pytlak (American, 1910-1998) Baseball Mural, oil painting on board. Early 20th c. Size: 46’’ x 96’’, 117 x 244 cm (board); 48’’ x 98’’, 122 x 249 cm (frame). $500-1000

462. Leonard Pytlak (American, 1910-1998) Boxing Mural, oil painting on board. Size: 46’’ x 96’’, 117 x 244 cm (board); 48’’ x 98’’, 122 x 249 cm (frame). Early 20th c. $500-1000

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463. Leonard Pytlak (American, 1910-1998) Barbershop Mural, oil painting on board. Early 20th c. Size: 46’’ x 96’’, 117 x 244 cm (board); 48’’ x 98’’, 122 x 249 cm (frame). $500-1000

464. Mid Century Ballet Performance, Framed Wall Hanging Sculpture, old electrical wiring. Size: 4’’ x 39’’ x 26’’ (10 x 99 x 66 cm). $200-300

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465. Sweet Sixteen Countertop Light Up Spin Arrow Game, Horse Racing Theme, Electronic. Size: 21’’ x 13’’ x 5’’ (53 x 33 x 13 cm). $100-150

466. Set of Vintage American Carnival Skittle Figures (6) and Bowling Balls (2), carved and painted wood. Ranging in size from 3’’ x 3’’ x 3’’ (8 x 8 x 8 cm) to 11’’ x 2.5’’ x 2.5’’ (28 x 6 x 6 cm). $200-300

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467. 1930 Roulette Poker Wheel Card Game, metal, ten player poker card game. Size: 11’’ x 11’’ x 3’’ (28 x 28 x 8 cm). $200-400

468. Unique Scrap Metal Numbers Mirror, circular form of bold red numbers on a white background, signed “Tony McCray, Rust in Peace”. Size: 44’’ x 44’’ (112 x 112 cm). $400-600

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469. 4 Antique/Vintage Gameboards. Ranging from: 13’’ x 9.75’’ (33 x 25 cm) to 29’’ x 19’’ (74 x 48 cm). $200-300

470. Vintage Gambling Table. Size: 30’’ x 27’’ (76 x 69 cm). $100-200

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471. Harlem Globetrotters Pinball Panel, 1979. Size: 28.5’’ x 26’’ (72 x 66 cm). $100-200

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472. Vintage Playboy Pinball Play Field. Size: 42’’ x 20’’ (107 x 51 cm). $100-200 473. Star Trek Pinball Machine Side Panel for a 1991 machine by East Data. Size: 12.5’’ x 43.5’’ (32 x 110 cm). $100-200

474. Fine Old Carnival Carousel Panel, early 20th c., painted wood and plaster. Size: 53’’ x 28’’ x 7.5’’ (135 x 71 x 19 cm). $400-600

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475. Pair of Large Old Carnival Acrobat Curtains, Painted Canvas. Early/Mid 20th c. Size of each: 71’’ x 49’’ (180 x 124 cm). $1000-1500

476. Hand-Painted Sideshow Train Car Sculpture on Wheels. Size: 62’’ x 18’’ x 8’’ (157 x 46 x 20 cm). $500-800

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477. Vintage Lighted “FREAK SHOW” Sign. Mid 20th c. Size: 19.75’’ x 23.25’’ (50 x 59 cm). $500-800

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478. Carousel Painted Leopard Panel, wood, paint, lights; 1940’s - 50’s. Provenance: American Primitive Gallery. Size: 39’’ x 32’’, 99 x 81 cm (board). $300-500

479. Tattooed Wonder, Midway Productions Lighted Carnival Sign, mid 20th c. A Painted Wooden “Freak Show” Sign. Lights work. Size: 50’’ x 34’’ (127 x 86 cm). $2000-3000

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480. Carved and Painted Wood Carnival Head, Early 20th C. Shows nice wear and patina. Size: 36’’ x 5.5’’ x 9.5’’ (91 x 14 x 24 cm). $200-400

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481. Fine Old American Carousel Facade/Panel of a Dutch Scene, carved and painted wood. Size: 26’’ x 88’’, 66 x 224 cm (frame). $1500-2500

482. Hand-Carved Merry-go-Round Amusement Park Sign, carved and painted wood, early/mid 20th c. Size: 30’’ x 21’’ (76 x 53 cm). $100-200

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483. Train of 6 Doty Circus Hand-Painted Caravan Cars (USA), Mid-20th C. Size: 47” x 47” x 27” (largest). $1500-2000

484. Incredible Folk Art Scale Model of a Country Fair. A tour-de-force, highly detailed, exquisite rendering of a country fair, early 20th c. Included are carousels, a Ferris wheel, sideshows, games of chance, and hundreds of figures of people and animals. Comes with a thick typewritten catalogue (compiled by the Historical Society of Greece, NY) of 415 detailed technical entries describing “26 amusement games, 127 male adults, 178 female adults, 19 male children, 7 female children, 2 babies, 12 ostrich, 27 horses, 1 pig, 3 chickens, 3 dogs, 1 seal, 1 cooking fire, 1 baby carriage, 6 trees, 1 horse trough...” Provenance: The catalogue goes on to say: “This mechanical toy ‘Fair’ was purchased in the 1930’s from an antique shop on Atlantic Ave. in New York City. It was purchased by Mary Lay Davis (Mrs. Harry I.). The Fair was sold to John J. Wittman in the 1980’s and given to the Historical Society of Greece, NY in October, 1986. We have been told that the maker of the Fair was probably an immigrant, possibly Italian.” Size: 20’’ x 40’’ x 27’’ (51 x 102 x 69 cm). $4000-6000

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485. Old American Mechanical Scale Model Merry-GoRound, wood, paint, metal, electric lights; on custom made portable stand. Size: 61’’ x 36’’ x 31’’ (155 x 91 x 79 cm). $500-1000

486. American Folk Art Ferris Wheel and Merry Go Round, Wind Up Model, 1930s/40’s. Size: 28’’ x 20’’ x 12’’ (71 x 51 x 30 cm). $500-700

487. Carnival “Tilt-A-Whirl” Display Model, Circa 1940’s, works. Size: 26’’ x 24.5’’ x 20’’ (66 x 62 x 51 cm). $1000-2000

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488. Vintage Circus Conductor Sculptural Lamp, Painted Plaster, mid 20th c. Size: 31’’ x 19’’ x 19’’ (79 x 48 x 48 cm). $200-300

489. Old Scrap Metal Folk Art Airplane Toy. Size: 43’’ x 26’’ x 41’’ (109 x 66 x 104 cm). $200-300 490. Vintage Scrap Metal Fishing Lure Folk Art Trade Sign. Size: 12.5’’ x 39’’ x 7.5’’ (32 x 99 x 19 cm). $100 -200

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491. Mid Century Lighted Carousel Panel of Horse, Boy and Dog, electrified. Size: 55’’ x 36’’ (140 x 91 cm). $500-1000

492. Portrait of Sailor, Oil on Panel, of H. M. S. Ben Turner, 1853. Size: 66’’ x 18’’ x 2.5’’ (168 x 46 x 6 cm). $200-400

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494. Estate Collection of Vintage Toys, including windup toys, Kewpie dolls, cast metal car and trucks, hockey game, Charlie Chimp Hula Expert, carousel, hockey game. New Jersey estate. Ranging from 3.5’’ x 0.75’’ x 1.25’’ ( 9 x 2 x 3 cm) to 2.5’’ x 5’’ x 13’’ (6 x 13 x 33 cm). $300-500

495. Oversized Everlast Gold Boxing Glove Store Display, along with an Everlast Boxing Speedbag, Swivel Mount, mid 20th c. Prov: Passon Sports Center, 10th and Arch St., Philadelphia. Ranging in size from 25’’ x 23’’ x 4’’ (64 x 58 x 10 cm) to 23’’ x 12’’ x 18’’ (58 x 30 x 46 cm). $200-400

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496. Old Fencing Mask, metal, wire, leather, fabric. Size: 19’’ x 9’’ x 8’’ (48 x 23 x 20 cm). $100-200

497. Early 20th c. Boston Red Sox Walking Stick, with antique ivory cueball handle and engraved image of a baseball field. Size: 34” (86 cm) in length. $600-900

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498. Portable Last Rites Case & Antique Medical Leather Field Kit. Ranging in size from 4’’ x 2.25’’ (10 x 6 cm) to 13’’ x 3’’ x 7.5’’ (33 x 8 x 19 cm). $200-300

499. Red Dragon Hannibal Lecter Film Prop: Tabloid Newspaper page featuring photos of Graham (ED NORTON) with the headline: Trial of the Century Begins! Size: 16’’ x 22’’, 41 x 56 cm (frame). $100-200

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500. Old Courier-Express “Buffalo’s Best Newspaper” Display Stand, painted wood. Size: 32’’ x 26’’ x 12’’ (81 x 66 x 30 cm). $300-500

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504. Drink Cheerwine Outdoor Advertising Bench. Size: 29’’ x 48’’ x 29’’ (74 x 122 x 74 cm). $200-400 505. Vintage Soapbox Derby Car, Jaycees #59, Oneonta, New York. Wood, mechanics, tires. Over 40 years old in original working condition. Minor chip on nose. Size: 78’’ x 32’’ x 21’’ (198 x 81 x 53 cm). $200 -300

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506. Antique Dentist Hanging Tooth Trade Sign Display Case. “Dr. Wardle-Dentist” Hanging tooth in ornate display case. Carved wood, paint. Size: 55’’ x 23’’ x 23’’ (140 x 58 x 58 cm). $1000-1500 507. Rare Mid Century 7-Up Advertising Sign with Mirror and Majolica Tiles, wooded frame. Size: 31’’ x 31’’ x 2.5’’ (79 x 79 x 6 cm). $500-1000

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508. Dan’s Tattoos, Folk Art Trade Sign, Early/Mid 20th C., Omaha, Nebraska. Hand carved wood. Size: 11.5’’ x 42’’ x 2’’ (29 x 107 x 5 cm). $800-1200 509. Tom Beecham (American, 1926-2000) Two Drawings. 1) Graphite sketch on paper. Study for a Remington calendar. Hunting scene with pheasant. Signed upon the lower right in pencil “Tom Beecham”. Marked in pencil upon the center “Remington Calendar Sketch, 1979”. Wooden frame with mat. Size: 10’’ x 14’’, 25 x 36 cm (sight); 15.5’’ x 19.5’’, 39 x 50 cm (frame). 2) Graphite sketch on translucent paper. Study for the painting “Hungarian Partridge”. Depicts a father, son, and dog hunting partridges. The bottom right hand of the work marked in pencil “Hungarian Partridge (FatherSon)” and signed lower left. Size: 8’’ x 11’’, 20 x 28 cm (sight); 16’’ x 19’’, 41 x 48 cm (frame). $200-300 510. Idaho Potatoes Golf Theme Advertisement, 1930’s, “Par Brand”, on burlap potato sack. Size: 36’’ x 20’’, 91 x 51 cm (sack); 47’’ x 31’’, 119 x 79 cm (frame). $100-150

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511. The Defiant Ones, Vintage Movie Poster, lithograph, 1958, starring Tony Curtis and Sidney Poitier. Size: 20’’ x 26’’, 51 x 66 cm (sight); 25’’ x 31’’, 64 x 79 cm (frame). $100-150

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512. Native American Theme Railroad Advertising Lithograph. Size: 17.5’’ x 24’’, 44 x 61 cm (frame); 16’’ x 22’’, 41 x 56 cm (sight). $200-300

513. 1950’s Doublemint Gum Advertisment Lithograph. Size: 12’’ x 43’’, 30 x 109 cm (frame). $100-200

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514. 1920’s Antiques Sign, paint on wood. Size: 9’’ x 18’’ (23 x 46 cm). $100-150

515. 1950’s Circus Sideshow Oddities Sign, “ Male Dinosaurs Would...”, painted wood. Size: 27’’ x 20’’ (69 x 51 cm). $200-300

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516. Advertisement for Chesterfield Cigarettes featuring football players, c. 1930s, framed. Size: 11.5’’ x 20’’, 29 x 51 cm (frame). $100-200

517. 2 Tasty Kake Original Gouache Paintings, with collage advertising illustration. Size: 8’’ x 14’’, 20 x 36 cm (frame). $200-400

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518. Large Vintage Borden Milk and Ice Cream Metal Advertising Sign. Size: 79.5’’ x 46’’, 202 x 117 cm. $100-200

519. 3 Vintage Advertising Items, Sardinhas Painted Box, Card Seed Display Company, Town Square Photo Sign. Ranging from 15.5’’ x 19’’ (39 x 48 cm) to 11’’ x 32’’ x 9’’ (28 x 81 x 23 cm). $100-200

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520. Lee Riders Double Sided Advertising Sign, lithograph on metal, Stout Sign Co., St. Louis Mo. Size: 18’’ x 18’’ (46 x 46 cm). $200-300

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523. 5 Collectible Signs, Early to Mid 20th c., including: 1) Black and Yellow Department of Defense 80 Capacity Metal Fallout Shelter Sign. 2) No Smoking Sign, oyster and black paint. 3) Old Wood Parking Arrow Sign 4) No Hunting Keep Out Sign 5) One Way Arrow Sign. Ranging from 14’’ x 20’’ (36 x 51 cm) to 48’’ x 9.5’’ (122 x 24 cm). $200-300 524. Pepsi Cola Illustration Art, gouache painting on paper, “Delicious and Healthful 5 cents”, 1910. Size: 8’’ x 6’’, 20 x 15 cm (irregular sheet). $200-400

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525. Three collectible cases including Twarog Brothers Polka Band Hand Made liquor travel case bar, Cub Scouts BSA Shoe Shine Box; Ammonia Gas Mask Case. Ranging in size from 8’’ x 9.5’’ x 6.5’’ (20 x 24 x 17 cm) to 13’’ x 20’’ x 5’’ (33 x 51 x 13 cm). $200-400 526. Vintage Coca Cola Bar & Stools Set. Ranging in size from: 29’’ x 12’’ x 12’’ (74 x 30 x 30 cm) to 48’’ x 40’’ x 19’’ (122 x 102 x 48 cm). $200-300

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527. Will Smith “Muhammad Ali” Boxing Gear from Michael Mann’s movie “Ali” (Columbia, 2001), with Profiles in History COA. Everlast Brand black leather sparring headgear, worn for training scenes by Will Smith in the title role of Michael Mann’s film. Slightly production-distressed, in screen-used fine condition. Size: 11’’ x 11’’ x 8’’ (28 x 28 x 20 cm). $600-900 528. Middletown Ohio Brewery Paper Litho Advertising Sign made by The Achert Co. Lith. Co. Cincinnati Ohio. Size: 21.5’’ x 27.75’’, 55 x 70 cm (sight); 34’’ x 28’’, 86 x 71 cm (frame). $1000-2000

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529. Gayle Porter Hoskins (American, 1887-1962) “Hasty Departure”, oil painting on canvas, signed. Size: 31’’ x 26’’, 79 x 66 cm (stretcher); 35’’ x 29.5’’, 89 x 75 cm (frame). $4000-6000 530. Clifford Warren Ashley (1881 - 1947) Monochromatic oil on canvas. Moors attacking ship at sea. Set in gilt gessoed frame. Signed lower left, C.W.Ashley 1911. Ashley was a student of Howard Pyle. Size: 32’’ x 23.5’’, 81 x 60 cm (sight); 40’’ x 28’’, 102 x 71 cm (frame). $800-1200

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531. Anton Otto Fischer (German, 1882-1962) Moby Dick story illustration, 1930, Initialed center.Size: 26’’ x 20’’, 66 x 51 cm (stretcher); 33’’ x 26’’, 84 x 66 cm (frame). This illustration appeared in Herman Melville’s novel, Moby Dick, John C. Winston, 1931. Anton Otto Fischer was a long time cover artist and illustrator for The Saturday Evening Post, celebrated for his maritime paintings. Fischer illustrated such classics as Moby Dick, TwentyThousand Leagues Under the Sea, Treasure Island, The Mutineers, and many others. From the Estate of Charles Martignette. Heritage Auctions, lot 87129, July 15, 2009. $1000 -2000 532. Hernando Villa (1881-1952) “Uncle Ned”, Charcoal and Crayon, c. 1930. Size: 22’’ x 18’’, 56 x 46 cm (sight); 33.5’’ x 27.5’’, 85 x 70 cm (frame) $200-400 533. 1930’s Porgy & Bess Painting, Oil on Canvas, signed Dick R. Hole. Size: 38’’ x 28’’, 97 x 71 cm (frame); 45’’ x 35’’, 114 x 89 cm (frame). $400-600

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534. Edward Windsor Kemble (American, 1861-1933) Pen & Ink on Paper, 1892. “Things Reversed: ‘Crawford: “In the name Gins, what are you doing, Amos?” ‘Amos: “I’m powful glad you’se come back.” Size: 7.5’’ x 9.5’’, 19 x 24 cm (sight); 24’’ x 18.5’’, 61 x 47 cm (frame). $400-600 535. American Artist Watercolor Illustration on Paper, Signed “Kuling” (?). Framed. Size: 9.5’’ x 6’’, 24 x 15 cm (sight); 18.5’’ x 15’’, 47 x 38 cm (frame). $100-200 536. P. R. Dicks (English, 20th Century) Nescafe Coffee Instantly, original advertising illustration, circa 1930s. Gouache on board. Signed upper right. Size: 22’’ x 18’’, 56 x 46 cm (frame). $400-600

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537. George Brehm (American, 1878-1966) Scars Fell on Alabama, story illustration. Charcoal on board, signed lower right. From the Estate of Charles Martignette. Heritage Auctions, lot# 78575, Feb 11-12, 2011. Beverly Hills Signature Illustration Art Auction. Size: 20.5’’ x 31’’, 52 x 79 cm (sight); 28.5’’ x 39’’, 72 x 99 cm (frame). $400-600 538. George Brehm (American, 1878-1966) Having a Laugh, Saturday Evening Post story illustration. Mixed media on board. Signed lower right. Size: 16’’ x 22’’, 41 x 56 cm (sight); 29’’ x 23’’, 74 x 58 cm (frame). From the Estate of Charles Martignette. $500-700

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541. Edward Vincent Brewer (1883-1971). Rare painted plaster bust and artist’s maquette/model of the iconic Cream of Wheat chef character “Rastus”. Signed. Reference: “The Nabisco Brands Collection Of Cream Of Wheat / Advertising Art” (By Dave Stivers), page 63. According to the book “The Chef was prominently featured in many of the early Cream of Wheat advertisements. Until Brewer sculpted a bust of the chef, the popular character was depicted only full face. A three dimensional model allowed Brewer to paint the chef in a variety of poses.” Size: 14’’ x 8’’ x 9’’ (36 x 20 x 23 cm). $2000-4000

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542. James Montgomery Flagg (American, 18771960) Watercolor on Board, signed. Cream of Wheat advertisement, 1911, “Why, Cream of Wheat, Of Course!”, 1911, Watercolor on Board, signed. Size: 26’’ x 18’’, 66 x 46 cm (sight); 34’’ x 26.5’’, 86 x 67 cm (frame). $1000-2000 543. Denman Fink (American, 1880-1956) Oil on Canvas, “A Case of Desertion”, signed and dated. Cream of Wheat Advertisement, 1908. Size: 24’’ x 17’’, 61 x 43 cm (stretcher); 28’’ x 20.5’’, 71 x 52 cm (frame). $1000-1500 544. William . R. Sullivan (American, 20th Century) “He Done Start a Reb’lution”, Cream of Wheat advertising illustration. Oil on canvas, signed lower left. 22’’ x 30’’, 56 x 76 cm. From the Estate of Charles Martignette. Heritage Auctions, Auction # 5066, Lot: 78391, Oct. 22, 2011. $2000-3000 545. Edward Vincent Brewer (American, 1883-1971) Oil and Photograph on Canvas, signed. Cream of Wheat Advertisment, 1915. Old man in top hat & cane talks to a boy selling papers, “Sho’ Dats De Papah Ah Wants”. Size: 36’’ x 24’’, 91 x 61 cm (stretcher). $1000-2000 546. Leslie Thrasher (American, 1889-1936) Oil on Canvas, Cream of Wheat Advertisement, 1913. Woman sprawled on the ground after catching sight of sign to buy cereal: “What De Debil You...” Size: 36’’ x 24’’, 91 x 61 cm (stretcher); 42’’ x 30’’, 107 x 76 cm (frame). $1000-2000 547. Edward Vincent Brewer (American, 1883-1971) Oil and Photograph on Canvas, signed. Cream of Wheat Advertisment, 1913. Man with groceries on the ground, pointing to poster: “Oh, I Done Forgot Dat Cream of Wheat”. Size: 40’’ x 26’’, 102 x 66 cm (stretcher). $1000-2000 548. Edward Vincent Brewer (American, 1883-1971) Oil and Photograph on Canvas, signed. Cream of Wheat Advertisment, 1914. Grey-haired man pulling a wheelbarrow, boy sitting inside: “Giddap Uncle”. Size: 40’’ x 28’’, 102 x 71 cm (stretcher). $1000-2000 549. Edward Vincent Brewer (American, 1883-1971) Oil on Canvas, signed. Cream of Wheat Advertisment, 1916. Five Children raising their hands in a poor country school, “Who Can Spell Cream of Wheat?” Size: 34’’ x 24’’, 86 x 61 cm (stretcher). $1000-2000 550. Stanley Massey Arthurs (American, 1877-1950), Oil on Canvas. Girl with red bow in her hair holds a doll and points down at paper, “He’s Your Daddy”. Unpublished Cream of Wheat advertisment, 1908, not signed. Size: 24’’ x 20’’, 61 x 51 cm (stretcher); 30’’ x 26’’, 76 x 66 cm (frame). $800-1200

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551. John F. Gould (American, 1906-1996) Charcoal drawing on paper from the Saturday Evening Post, signed. Framed. Size: 13’’ x 14’’, 33 x 36 cm (sight); 17’’ x 18’’, 43 x 46 cm (frame). $300-500

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552. Frederick Coffay Yohn (1875 - 1933) mixed media charcoal and wash on board. Illustration for “The Modern Judgment of Solomon”, Collier’s, signed lower right. Size: 17.5’’ x 23’’, 44 x 58 cm (sight); 24’’ x 30’’, 61 x 76 cm (frame). $100-150

553. John F. Gould (American, 1906-1996), Signed charcoal drawing on paper from the Saturday Evening Post. Framed. Size: 12.5’’ x 11.5’’, 32 x 29 cm (sight); 18’’ x 17.5’’, 46 x 44 cm (frame). $300-500

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554. John F. Gould (American, 1906-1996) “Down on the Mat”, Saturday Evening Post illustration, Charcoal drawing on board. Signed lower left. Size: 10.5’’ x 10’’, 27 x 25 cm (sight); 17.5’’ x 17’’, 44 x 43 cm (frame). From the Estate of Charles Martignette. $300-500

555. John F. Gould (American, 1906-1996). Charcoal drawing on paper from the Saturday Evening Post, signed. Framed. Size: 9’’ x 13’’, 23 x 33 cm (sight); 19’’ x 15.5’’, 48 x 39 cm (frame). $300-500

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556. John F. Gould (American, 1906-1996) “The Visit”, Charcoal drawing on paper from the Saturday Evening Post, signed. Framed. Size: 10’’ x 15’’, 25 x 38 cm (sight); 16’’ x 21’’, 41 x 53 cm (frame). $300-500

557. American Illustration Art: “Shoe Shine”, charcoal drawing on paper, signed illegibly. Framed illustration. Size: 18.5’’ x 13’’, 47 x 33 cm (sight); 17.5’’ x 23’’, 44 x 58 cm (frame). $100-200

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558. 3 Original Illustration Works, ink wash on illustration board, titles, signatures on back. Original Illustration Art by Harry H.A. Burne, Popular illustrator from the 1920’s and 30’s, known for his work in ‘Boy’s Life Magazine.’ Ranging from 26.5’’ x 21.5’’ (67 x 55 cm) to 30.5’’ x 21.75’’ (77 x 55 cm), board. $200 -400

559. American Artist (20th C.) Paris Blues, movie poster preliminary illustration. Watercolor and gouache on board. Not signed. Image is in good condition; adhesive residue on the borders; loss to corners. Overall size of 20’’ x 30’’ (51 x 76 cm). $800-1200

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560. Black Americana Pen and Ink Character Studies, WEC, 1915. Size: 11’’ x 9’’, 28 x 23 cm (frame). $100 -150

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561. Framed Ink Drawing of Black Minstrel Banjo/Bones Player, early 20th c, signed illegibly. Size: 3.75’’ x 3.75’’, 10 x 10 cm (sheet); 14.5’’ x 14.5’’, 37 x 37 cm (frame). $100-150

562. 19th c French Caricature Illustration Painting, signed Amand, depicting Europeans with Africans trying on socks. Gouache painting on board. Size: 19’’ x 25’’, 48 x 64 cm (sight); 21’’ x 27’’, 53 x 69 cm (frame). $500-700

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563. Folk Art Watercolor Painting on Board, “Negro Troops”, inscribed: “G. Coleman. Negro Troops, 3rd Regiment of Philadelphia P.A. 1863.” Size: 21’’ x 17’’, 53 x 43 cm (board); 26’’ x 22’’, 66 x 56 cm (frame). $300-500

564. Black Americana Watercolor painting on board, Negro Infantry, inscribed “Billy Johnson” (he is the subject). Size: 15’’ x 19.5’’, 38 x 50 cm (board); 22’’ x 26’’, 56 x 66 cm (frame). $200-400

565. Black Americana, Watercolor on board of black soldier playing a banjo. Size: 14’’ x 18’’, 36 x 46 cm (board); 17.5’’ x 21.5’’, 44 x 55 cm (frame). $100-200

566. Folk Painting of Lynching in Amarillo Texas, 1939. Watercolor and ink on board, unsigned. Size: 24’’ x 17.5’’, 61 x 44 cm (board); 30’’ x 24’’, 76 x 61 cm (frame). $200-400

567. “Cadillac Square” Original Sexy Cover Painting for 1981 African American paperback book by Sadie Tillman, published by Holloway House Publishing company in Los Angeles. Signed by artist Jim Corbin. Size: 18.5’’ x 13.5’’, 47 x 34 cm (sight); 22’’ x 17’’, 56 x 43 cm (frame). $200-300

568. 1960’s Harry Bennett Original Illustration Art, mixed media on board, used for the book cover “The House at 12 Rose Street”, signed. Size: 17’’ x 22’’ (43 x 56 cm). $200-400

569. Michael Mitchell Painting, Black Preacher With Bible & Rooster, in the style of WPA, circa 1940’s. Oil on masonite. Signed. Size: 26’’ x 19.5’’, 66 x 50 cm (board); 29’’ x 21.5’’, 74 x 55 cm (frame). $400-600

570. Charles Dana Gibson (American, 1867-1944) WellDressed African American Woman, Ink drawing on paper. This drawing is not signed. The mark at the bottom is a pen line trial stroke, not a signature. From the Estate of Charles Martignette. Heritage Auctions, lot 87144, July 15, 2009. Size: 17’’ x 12’’, 43 x 30 cm (sight); 28’’ x 22.5’’, 71 x 57 cm (frame). $400-600

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572. Life-Size Statue of Cee Cee Ross Lyles, 9/11 Flight Attendant. A gold paint on composite life-size version of a bronze commemorative statue located in Fort Pierce, Florida. CeeCee Ross Lyles was a flight attendant on United Airlines Flight 93, the one that crashed in Pennsylvania on 9/11. Although she lived in Ft. Myers when she died, she grew up in Fort Pierce and was a police officer there for six years. She switched careers only ten months before the terror attacks. With four children under her care, she reportedly wanted a less dangerous profession. CeeCee is known for her phone calls to her husband from the doomed flight, describing the intent of the passengers to retake the plane. Size: 53’’ x 25’’ x 17’’ (135 x 64 x 43 cm). $1000-2000 573. Charles L Smith (American) Portrait of Marian Anderson (1897-1993), oil painting on canvas, signed “C. L. Smith” in lower left. Size: 60’’ x 30’’, 152 x 76 cm (stretcher); 64’’ x 34’’, 163 x 86 cm (frame). $1000-1500 574. Charles L Smith (American) Portrait of Billie Holiday (1915-1959), oil painting on canvas, signed “C. L. Smith” in lower right and dated “1946”. Size: 60’’ x 42’’, 152 x 107 cm (stretcher). $1000-1500

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575. Charles L Smith (American) Portrait of Lena Horne (1917-2010), oil painting on canvas, signed “C. L. Smith” in lower left and dated “1946”. Size: 60’’ x 42’’, 152 x 107 cm (stretcher). $1000-1500 576. American School (20th c.) Large Vintage Sepia Toned Silver Gelatin Pinup Photograph, c. 1950’s. Size: 37.5’’ x 28’’, 95 x 71 cm (board); 42.5’’ x 32.5’’, 108 x 83 cm (frame). $300-500 577. Harry Willson Watrous (American, 1857-1940) Oil painting on Board. Signed lower left. Size: 24.5’’ x 29’’, 62 x 74 cm (sight); 32’’ x 37’’, 81 x 94 cm (frame). $600-1000

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578. African American Baseball Game, oil on canvas, Late 19th or Early 20th C. Anonymous, not signed or dated Size: 19’’ x 19’’, 48 x 48 cm (stretcher); 26’’ x 26’’, 66 x 66 cm (frame). $2000-2500 579. Old Carved and Painted Folk Art Limberjack Toy, articulated Baseball Player. Size: 26’’ x 12’’ x 2’’ (66 x 30 x 5 cm). $300-500

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580. Folk Art Cigar Store Carving of an African American Baseball Player Smoking a Cigar, Circa 1900-30. Original paint, repair to one foot. Found in Kentucky. Size: 30’’ x 8’’ x 6’’ (76 x 20 x 15 cm) (35”H on base). $5000-7000

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581. Jesse C. Owens Folk Art Painted Blanket Chest, painted wood, mid 20th c., in commemoration of the 4 gold medals that Owens won at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Size: 15’’ x 36’’ x 17’’ (38 x 91 x 43 cm). $800-1200 582. Joe Hrovat (American) The Story Of O.J. Simpson, circa 1994. Carved and painted wood. A zany multipanel painted relief sculpture that illustrates the murder trial of O. J. Simpson with words, portraits of the dramatis personae and carved renderings of the bloody glove and an incriminating sneaker. Size: 47’’ x 30’’ x 22’’ (119 x 76 x 56 cm). $1000-1500

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583. Wilbur Rowland, 20th c, Carved and Painted Whirligig, African American on High Wheel Bicycle. Size: 27’’ x 25’’ x 16’’ (69 x 64 x 41 cm). $600-900 584. 2 Vintage Black Americana Folk Art Dancin’ Minstrel Dolls, carved and painted wood, 1950’s/60’s. Size: 13’’ x 18’’ x 6’’ (33 x 46 x 15 cm). $300-500 585. 6 Antique Black Americana/Alligator Theme/Folk Art Collectibles, including 2 Florida carved wood pipes, letter opener, bottle opener, and a boy hiding from an alligator behind a fence. Late 19th/Early 20th C. Ranging in size from 4’’ x 3’’ x 1.5’’ (10 x 8 x 4 cm) to 12’’ x 3’’ x 2’’ (30 x 8 x 5 cm). $400-600 586. Glazed and Painted Kennedy Pottery Face Jug, North Carolina, 1920’s. Size: 12’’ x 11’’ x 8’’ (30 x 28 x 20 cm). $1000-1500

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587. Rare Folk Art Carved Sambo Fiddle with Homemade Carrying Case. Carved wood Sambo head at top with a dog figure at base. Instrument size: 27’’ x 8’’ x 5’’ (69 x 20 x 13 cm). Case size: 31’’ x 9’’ x 6’’ (79 x 23 x 15 cm). $1000-1500 588. Dancin’ Minstrel Figures, late 19th/early 20th C. Original mechanics, dovetail box with carved wood and jointed figures. Pot metal shoes, handmade clothes. Working condition with original key. Provenance: The Leo Rabkin Collection. Size: 10’’ x 6.5’’ x 3.5’’ (25 x 17 x 9 cm). $500-700

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591. Antique Pop Up Painted Box, carved and painted wood. Possibly unique. “SPRINGIN’ THE COON” painted on the top panel, which slides open to reveal a pop up figure in a red bow tie. Late 19th/Early 20th c. Size: 13.5’’ x 4’’ x 2.5’’ (34 x 10 x 6 cm). $800-1200

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592. Early 20th c. Black Americana Whirligig, Man Fishing in a boat, Adirondacks, NY. Carved and painted wood. Ex. collection of Sylvia Leet, knowledgeable collector and dealer in early American antiques, who donated pieces to the Smithsonian. Size: 29’’ x 21’’ x 18’’ (74 x 53 x 46 cm). $2000-2500 593. 19th C. Carved and Painted Wood Head of an African American man, 1851 visible on the bottom. Size: 12’’ x 8’’ x 7’’ (30 x 20 x 18 cm). $200-400

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594. Rare 19th C. Wedgewood Anti-Slavery Plaque, possibly unique: “Am I Not a Man and a Brother.” Complex circular anti-slavery plaque, consisting of a 1-7/8 inch watercolor of the classic kneeling slave; at his feet, a tiny bunch of moss, his hands in shackles with very fine gilt chain; over him, a narrow band carrying the well-known motto; this in turn is set under a piece of convex glass with double gilt borders reverse painted; this then is set in a circular piece of pink marble 3-3/4 inches in diameter; the latter with several age cracks. Np, circa 1800-1830’s. Prov: Swann, Sale 2377, Lot 33, March 26, 2015. Size: 3.75’’ x 3.75’’ x .05’’ (10 x 10 x 0 cm). $1000-2000 595. 19th C. Anti-Slavery Pewter Box/Humidor. A representation of the English and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society’s logo, designed by Josiah Wedgewood. An unusual appearance of the famous image of the kneeling slave, whose motto usually reads ‘Am I Not a Man and Brother.’ In this example the motto reads simply ‘Humanity.’ Size: 5.5’’ x 4’’ x 3’’ (14 x 10 x 8 cm). Prov: Swann, March 26, 2015, lot 14. $800-1200

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596. Antique Figural Slave Trade Abolition Statue, 19th c. Carved wood figure of a kneeling slave man. The figure resembles the famous figure created by Josiah Wedgewood depicted on the seal for The Society for the Abolition of the Slave Trade, a British Abolition group formed in 1787, which included the motto, “Am I Not A Man And A Brother?” Size: 36’’ x 15’’ x 15’’ (91 x 38 x 38 cm); stand: 19”H (48 cm). $10000-15000 597. Original Anti-Slavery Printing Block, circa 1850. Depicting a Black Slave Hanging from the Rafters. This specific Illustration is similar to one in a Pamphlet titled, “Slavery A System of Inherent Cruelty” published in England about 1850 by the Leeds Antislavery Society, Pamphlet number 7. A very rare and historically significant Black History item, engraved for use by an official active “Antislavery” Society. Size: 4.5’’ x 3’’ x .75’’ (11 x 8 x 2 cm). $800-1200 598. Vintage African American “Brotherly Love” Yoke, Colorado Lodge. Painted wood and silver gelatin photographs. Size: 40’’ x 11’’ x 2’’ (102 x 28 x 5 cm). $500-1000 599. Folk Art Painted Lap Desk. Pine tray top lap desk on turned legs and hand-painted with scenes of men, women and children from the folk song, “The Watermelon Song.” The song was published by Thomas P. Westendorf in 1882. The artist first incised outlines of the figures and then filled them in with mostly green, red, brown and yellow paint. Size: 11’’ x 22’’ x 16’’ (28 x 56 x 41 cm). $300-500

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600. Mechanical Window Attraction Company, Circa 1910-20. Black Man On Bucking Mule With Abe Lincoln and Capitol Building in Background. Wood, metal, cloth and paint with original mechanics which move the mule’s legs and Lincoln’s arms. Provenance: The Leo Rabkin Collection. Size: 25’’ x 17’’ x 17’’ (64 x 43 x 43 cm). $1000-1500

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601. Joe Louis Articulated Folk Art Figure, carved and painted wood, mid 20th c. Provenance: Ex. Collection of Richard David Wise, Florida. Size: 25’’ x 11’’ x 4’’ (64 x 28 x 10 cm). $1000-1500

602. WWI Black Americana Buffalo Soldier Marionette. Carved and painted wood, clothing, toy gun. Size: 19’’ x 9’’ x 4’’ (48 x 23 x 10 cm). $400-600

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603. Antique Black Americana Farmer Marionette, carved and painted wood, clothing, hair, strings. Size: 24’’ x 7’’ x 4’’ (61 x 18 x 10 cm). $1000-2000

604. Antique Folk Art Automated Washer Woman Trade Shop Sign or Toy. Found in Florida in the early 20th c. Carved and painted wood. As wheels turn, the woman motions forward and back scrubbing laundry. Size: 32’’ x 30’’ x 19’’ (81 x 76 x 48 cm). $1000-2000

605. 4 African American Hand Carved Folk Art Canes, late 19th/Early 20th C. Ranging in length from 32” (81 cm) to 37” (94 cm). $400-600

606. Important Antique Life-Size Carved Wood Sculpture of an African Slave in Chains. Unsigned. Excellent condition. Intricately carved out of a single tree. Size: 76’’ x 18’’ x 24’’ (193 x 46 x 61 cm). $5000 -10000

607. 19th c. Painted Iron Hitching Post, Black Americana Folk Art Figure. Size: 47.5’’H x 11.5’’Diameter (121 x 29 cm). $400-600

608. African American Folk Art Sculpture of Adam & Eve in the Garden of Eden, carved and painted wood. Size: 59’’ x 28.5’’ x 20.5’’ (150 x 72 x 52 cm). $1000-2000

609. Vintage Racial Justice Painting: “All We Ask Is A Fair Trial”, oil on board. Framed. Size: 17’’ x 21’’, 43 x 53 cm (frame); 10’’ x 14’’, 25 x 36 cm (board). $200-400

610. Vintage Black Americana Puzzle Blocks, paint on wood, allows user to create multiple images by rotating blocks. Size: 21’’ x 16’’ x 6’’ (53 x 41 x 15 cm). $300-500

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611. Large Whirligig Created by Iron Mt. Preacher, ex. Morgan Rank Collection. Depicts an artist in ball and chain painting a man wearing a stovepipe hat. Carved and painted wood, metal. Size: 25.5’’ x 72’’ x 29’’ (65 x 183 x 74 cm). $500-1000

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612. A Carved Black Americana One-Man Band, Ex Carroll O’Connor Collection. Early 20th century, with a cymbal and bells above a carved and polychrome-painted bust of a man wearing a fez atop a wooden standard mounted with a single string over a low drum, with two saws, housed within a clear Lucite display case. Overall size: 72.25’’ H x 16’’ W x 16’’ D. Overall good condition, with general scratches, wear and nicks to painted elements commensurate with age. Some fading to wood and painted elements. Provenance: Estate of Carroll and Nancy O’Connor, Brentwood, CA. Size: 68’’ x 11’’ x 8’’ (173 x 28 x 20 cm); Case: 72’’ x 16’’ x 16’’ (183 x 41 x 41 cm). $500-1000 613. American School, early 20th c., “McIntyre & Heath, Billy Cumsand’s Georgia Minstrels”, signed “Dryden” lower left, oil painting on board. Size: 68’’ x 37’’, 173 x 94 cm (board); 69’’ x 38’’, 175 x 97 cm (frame). $2000-2500 614. American School, early 20th c., “American Minstrel Performers: The Funny Old Gal”, oil on board, signed “Dryden”. Note: A popular slapstick routine was for a large man, dressed in outrageous drag, to be pursued by an ardent admirer. Size: 68’’ x 37’’, 173 x 94 cm (board); 69’’ x 38’’, 175 x 97 cm (frame). $2000-2500

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615. Antique Black Americana/Folk Art Carnival Barker Side Show Figure. Carved wood, paint, fabric, clothing. Size: 69’’ x 24’’ x 22’’ (175 x 61 x 56 cm). $1000-1500 616. Antique Mechanical Carnival Figure of an African Man. Painted canvas figure, hair, wood base, internal metal gears. Size: 57’’ x 22’’ x 14’’ (145 x 56 x 36 cm); stand: 5”H (13 cm). $800-1200 617. Antique American Carnival Knock Down Figure. Wood, paint, cloth. Size: 65’’ x 12’’ x 4’’ (165 x 30 x 10 cm). $400-600

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620. Rare Early 1900’s Paper Mache Mardi Gras Black Face/Carnival Mask. Ex Rhode Island Estate. Size: 17’’ x 14’’ x 17’’ (43 x 36 x 43 cm). $1000-1500

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621. Early 20th C. Folk Art Painting of a Black Man in Bow Tie. Large Painted Hallway board painting, circa 1930’s. Found behind later wallboards at the Pastoral Residence/Carriage House of the Church of the Visitation, Schuylerville, NY. Size: 84’’ x 48’’, 213 x 122 cm (board). $1500-2000

622. Carved American Ventriloquist Dummy, Circa 1900. Carved and painted wood, fabric and leather. Size: 43’’ x 15’’ x 10’’ (109 x 38 x 25 cm); stand: 3.5”H (9 cm). $2000-3000

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623. Antique American Carnival Minstrel Figure, with spring action tongue, possibly used as a knock down character. Carved and painted wood. Late 19th/early 20th c. Size: 65’’ x 12’’ x 7’’ (165 x 30 x 18 cm). $500-1000

624. Carved and Painted Wood Sculpture of a Blues Musician. Black Americana Jazz Bass Player. Size: 66’’ x 20’’ x 10’’ (168 x 51 x 25 cm). $300-500

625. Folk Art Minstrel Show Male Figure, carved and painted, period clothes, early 20th c. Size: 70’’ x 20’’ x 8’’ (178 x 51 x 20 cm). $1000-2000

626. Folk Art Minstrel Show Figure, carved and painted wood, period clothes, early 20th c. Size: 52’’ x 15’’ x 6’’ (132 x 38 x 15 cm). $500-700

627. Folk Art Minstrel Show Female Figure, carved and painted, period clothes, early 20th c. Ex. DeHoogh Gallery, Philadelphia, missing a foot. Size: 52’’ x 15’’ x 4.5’’ (132 x 38 x 11 cm). $500-1000

628. Old Whimsical American Minstrel Statue, carved wood, paint, mixed media. Size: 59’’ x 16’’ x 22’’ (150 x 41 x 56 cm). $500-700

629. Large Folk Art / Black Americana Sculpture of a Man in Red Jacket Wearing a Top Hat and standing atop a plinth; carved and painted wood, early/mid 20th c. Size: 55’’ x 12’’ x 11’’ (140 x 30 x 28 cm). $500 -1000

630. Black Male Torso and Head Sculpture, Early 20th C. Mixed media painting on carved wood, American or Caribbean. Size: 28’’ x 12’’ x 10’’ (71 x 30 x 25 cm). $500-1000

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633. Let Freedom Ring, Vintage Black Americana Textile Banner. Size: 13.5’’ x 16’’ (34 x 41 cm). $200 -400

634. Vintage “World’s Great War” Lithograph. Size: 19.75’’ x 15.5’’, 50 x 39 cm (sight); 22’’ x 17.5’’, 56 x 44 cm (frame). $100-150

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636. 4 Black Americana Dexterity Games, Early 20th C., including Phelps & Armistead WW1 era, and The Shultz & Co. Zanesville Ohio. Ranging in size from 1.25’’ x 1.25’’ (3 x 3 cm) to 2’’ x 2’’ (5 x 5 cm). $100-200

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637. Black Americana Figural Stoneware Jug, signed on bottom Nash Walch. Size: 9.5’’ x 3.5’’ x 3.5’’ (24 x 9 x 9 cm). $100-200

638. 8 Pc. Collection of Vintage Folk and Black Americana Textile Items, including a pillow with a line from Carl Sandburg, “I don’t know where I’m going but I’m on my way.” Ranging from 6’’ x 5’’ (15 x 13 cm) to 20’’ x 19’’ x 5.5’’ (51 x 48 x 14 cm). $100-200

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640. 4 Black & Americana Porcelain Collectibles: 1) Mettlach Type Black Parody, 1909, Schule in Oefafrika (School in Africa), 1/2 L. 2) J. Palleys Hambone, Buffalo Pottery, 1911. 3) Amphora Tobacco Jar. 4) KPM Germany Shaving Mug, Black Americana c. 1890’s. Ranging in size from 4’’ x 5’’ x 3.5’’ (10 x 13 x 9 cm) to 10’’ x 10’’ (25 x 25 cm). $200-400

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643. Black American yarn stitched sampler, circa late 19th century. Depicts a young black girl with animal forms, flowers, church and crosses. Inscribed “Erminia”. Framed. Size: 24’’ x 9’’, 61 x 23 cm (frame). $200-300 644. Framed Handmade Family Card, dated “April 1st, 1896” and inscribed “Mamma to Shirley Tell Hall”. A handmade card with five collaged portraits of African American children, decorated with silver paint and gold glitter. Ex Estate of Dr. Leroy J. Egan and Anna Dudley Egan, Sewickley, PA. Size: 17.5’’ x 15’’, 44 x 38 cm (frame); 13’’ x 11’’, 33 x 28 cm (sight). $100-200 645. Black Americana Uncle Tom’s Cabin Poster. Framed polychrome theater poster from one of the many late 19th-century productions of Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Published by Ackermann-Quigley lithographers of Kansas City. Depicts Eliza’s escape from the tavern. Features inset pictures of Abraham Lincoln and Harriet Beecher Stowe. Size: 26” x 39.5”, 66 x 100 cm (sight), 34” x 48”, 86 x 122 cm (frame). $100-300

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646. Antique American Forged Iron Slave Shackles, in display frame. Size: 27’’ x 19’’, 69 x 48 cm (frame). $200-300 647. Two Lithograph Soap Advertisements, one for Lux and one for Sunlight Soap, framed together. Size: 25’’ x 12’’, 64 x 30 cm (frame). $100-200 648. Southern “Colored Only” Segregation Sign, early/ mid 20th c., stenciled letters on board. Ex. Virginia Collection. Size: 10’’ x 45’’ (25 x 114 cm). $100-200

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649. After James Earl Taylor (1839-1901) Painting of Lincoln and a Slave Appealing To Be Allowed To Help Fight For The Union. Mixed media painting on panel. Size: 18’’ x 24’’, 46 x 61 cm (frame). $500-800 650. Folk Art Whirlygig, Old Black Joe, Early/Mid 20th C. Carved and painted wood. Figure plays banjo with dog at his feet. Size: 16’’ x 12’’ x 10’’ (41 x 30 x 25 cm). $300-400

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653. Group of Black Americana Memorabilia, including 1) a 1930’s Boxing Push Puppet Toy - Wakouwa Champs. 2) antique stuffed Plantation Doll. 3) Unique Wooden Figures of Amos N Andy for Pepsodent Toothpaste Advertisements. 4) John Henry Liquor Decanter - Big Bend Tunnel, West Virginia. 5) European hand-carved Fuitwood Pipe of Blackamoor with glass eyes. 6) Vintage Black Americana dark wood pipe. 7) 2 Carved figural pipes, possibly Black Sea meerschaum. 8) Louis Armstrong Ceramic or Composite Head with Mouth Open. 9) Rastus Stereotype Salt and pepper shakers. Ranging in size from 2.5’’ x 1’’ x 1’’ (6 x 3 x 3 cm) to 13’’ x 6’’ x 3’’ (33 x 15 x 8 cm). $300-500 654. 4 Dancing/Kinetic Folk Art Figures, including a rare 19th figure on wood base, missing arms, possibly Ives, Blakeslee of Bridgeport CT. An antique patented pair of black and white dancing acrobats. A WWII era Tap Dancing Man, possibly South Seas. And a figure in tuxedo. Ranging in size from 12’’ x 2’’ x 2.5’’ (30 x 5 x 6 cm) to 20’’ x 10’’ x 5’’ (51 x 25 x 13 cm). $300-500 655. 3 Folk Art Boxing Theme Items. 1) Joe Louis, The Brown Bomber, Carved Wood and Painted Ring. 2) “The fighter never quits” boxing glove by Robert Wolverton Jr, 2011. 3) Carved and painted wood statue of boxer, John W. Lutsch, San Antonio, Texas. Ranging in size from 9.5’’ x 7’’ x 4’’ (24 x 18 x 10 cm) to 12’’ x 9’’ x 5’’ (30 x 23 x 13 cm). $300-500

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656. Composition and Wood Sculpture of African American Woman, 20th Century, holding a knife in one hand and a slice of watermelon in the other. Mounted to a wooden pedestal base painted red, white, yellow and green. Size: 34’’ x 10’’ x 9’’ (86 x 25 x 23 cm). $200-400 657. 3 Black Americana Folk Art Figures. Carved and painted wood, including a door pull with glass eyes. Ranging in size from 3’’ x 3’’ x 2’’ (8 x 8 x 5 cm) to 5’’ x 4.5’’ x 3’’ (13 x 11 x 8 cm). $200-400

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667. Group of 5 Vintage African American Folk Art Jazz Musicians, carved and painted wood sculptures. Ranging in size from 19’’ x 10’’ x 7’’ (48 x 25 x 18 cm) to 21’’ x 10’’ x 7’’ (53 x 25 x 18 cm). $200-300 668. Folk Art Sculpture of Michael Jackson in a red jacket; a detailed wood and plaster carving and original paint, unknown maker. Wear to paint and cracks to hand and neck, chip on back left thigh, missing tip of finger on right hand, 20th century. Size: 37’’ x 12’’ x 11’’ (94 x 30 x 28 cm); stand: 1.5”H (4 cm). $200-400 669. Black Americana Minstrel Figure, Dated “1914” and Initialed. Branded forehead. Plaster formed head, glass eyes, articulated wooden arms, paint. Original under garment nailed to figure; pictured also in later added clothing. Size: 63’’ x 16’’ x 11’’ (160 x 41 x 28 cm). $1000-2000 670. Life-Size Sculpture of African American Sailor, carved wood and paint, highly detailed, mid 20th c. Provenance: Ex. Moose Head Blues Bar, Chicago. Size: 73’’ x 22’’ x 24’’ (185 x 56 x 61 cm); stand: 6”H (15 cm). $1000-1500

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671. Black Americana Folk Art Carved & Painted Wood Slave Auction Figure on Pedestal. Probably mid 20th century, square wood pedestal with later polychrome lettering inscribed “Col. T.B. Parker Auctioneer, Slave Trader, Tobacco, Land, Cotton, Livestock, Savanna, Georgia”. With further similar inscriptions on side panels. Surmounted with a carved and polychrome figure of a black man with applied black wool hair. Total height 69.5 inches (176.5 cm). Size: 46.5’’ x 9’’ x 11’’ (117 x 23 x 28 cm); stand: 23”H (58 cm). $800-1200

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673. Vintage Carved and Painted Wood Bo Jangles Figure, mid 20th c. Size: 28’’ x 13’’ x 4’’ (71 x 33 x 10 cm). $200-400

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674. Vintage Carved and Painted Wood Drink/Liquor Glass Holder in Tuxedo. Size: 18’’ x 14’’ x 8’’ (46 x 36 x 20 cm). $300-500

675. Josephine Baker (1906-1975) Dancing Marionette, APA Studios. Carved and painted wood, feathers, string, hair, mid 20th c. Size: 33’’ x 11’’ x 6’’ (84 x 28 x 15 cm). $1000-2000

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678. Old Terra Cotta Head of a Young Black Man, nicely detailed. Size: 11’’ x 8’’ x 7’’ (28 x 20 x 18 cm). $300-500

679. 2 Pc Black Americana Folk Art Lot: 1) “Lilly” Hand made painted wall box, 21’’ x 18’’ x 5’’ (53 x 46 x 13 cm); 2) “Head of African American Man”, Carved and Painted Wood Bust, with nails, 28’’ x 8’’ x 8’’ (71 x 20 x 20 cm). $400-600

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680. Bob Costain Airbrush Painting of African American Civil Rights Leaders, on refrigerator panel. Size: 12.5’’ x 61’’ x 3’’ (32 x 155 x 8 cm). $200-400

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682. Rare Vintage Black Panthers Applique Textile Banner, Oakland, California, 1968. Size: 18’’ x 12’’ (46 x 30 cm). $200-400

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683. Bernie Fuchs (American, 1932-2009) Oil Painting on Canvas. Sports Illustrated Story Illustration, Still Life with Ku Klux Klan Hood. “The Peach Brandy Man”, Aug. 13, 1979, Phillip Timothy Gay- pps 140-141. Size: 20.5’’ x 32.5’’, 52 x 83 cm (sight); 28’’ x 38.5’’, 71 x 98 cm (frame). $600-900

684. Rare Vintage KKK Applique Felt Sign. Size: 9.5’’ x 9.5’’ (24 x 24 cm). $200-400

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685. Ku Klux Klan Chalkware Statue, circa 1923. Size: 8’’ x 3’’ x 3’’ (20 x 8 x 8 cm). $200-300

686. KKK Collector’s Lot, including a card “I Want a Man in the Ku Klux Klan”, and 2 metal hang tags inscribed “Alabama, 1868” and a burning cross metal buckle. Largest size: 3.5’’ x 2’’ (9 x 5 cm). $200-400

687. Ku Klux Klan Cane and Brass Belt Buckle. Buckle is highly detailed, with 2 ax wielding klansmen chopping at a tree with 3 heads attached, vultures on branches, a burning cross in one corner and an American flag blowing in the wind in the other corner, and an army of klansmen off in the distance. Back of buckle is stamped with an image of a Salem Mass. witch on broomstick. Ranging in size from 3.5’’ x 2’’ (9 x 5 cm) to 38’’ x 6’’ (97 x 15 cm). $200-400

688. Charles A. Owens (1922-1997) Washington Crossing the Delaware, mixd media painting on board. Charles Owens was a contemporary of Elijah Pierce and William Hawkins in Columbus, Ohio. Size: 48’’ x 36’’, 122 x 91 cm (board); 51.5’’ x 39’’, 131 x 99 cm (frame). $200-400

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689. Painting of Abraham Lincoln & His Son Tad in a Civil War Scene, watercolor painting on illustration board. Size: 13.5’’ x 19.5’’, 34 x 50 cm (frame). $100-200

690. 19th C. Civil War Folk Art Figure of a Union Soldier w. Rifle. Hand wrought painted metal, possibly a target piece. On stand. Size: 11.5’’ x 3’’ x 3’’, 29 x 8 x 8 cm (figure); 13.25’’ x 10’’ x 4.5’’, 34 x 25 x 11 cm (overall). $200-400

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693. 2 Antique American Needleworks, including an E Pluribus Unum Bald Eagle and a floral motif. Size: 18.5’’ x 18.5’’ x 1’’ (47 x 47 x 3 cm). $50-100

694. Military Theme Collectibles, including: 1) Trench Art Knife/Letter Opener “Memory of Vurdon” 1918. 2) A Trench Art North Africa Campaign Battlefield Brass Shell Tankard Stein 1945. 3) A Korean War Trench Art Figural Brass Mortar Piece. 4) Three WW2 Carved and painted polychrome folk art plaques, US Navy - signed. 5) A Rare Hitler Doll Head. 6) A 1940’s Articulated Bakelite or Celluiloid Soldier. 7) A Homefront Sweetheart Pin. Ranging in size from 2.5’’ x 1.5’’ (6 x 4 cm) to 16’’ x 7’’ x 2’’ (41 x 18 x 5 cm). $200-300

695. US Navy Recruiting Double Sided Metal Sidewalk Sign, c. 1966. Size: 60’’ x 31’’ x 35’’ (152 x 79 x 89 cm). $200-400

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696. Collection of 11 Vietnam Era Engraved Nam Zippo Lighters. Size: 2.25’’ x 1.5’’ x .5’’ (6 x 4 x 1 cm) each. $200-400

697. WWII Period Anti Japanese Knock Down Game, painted wood. Size: 24’’ x 24’’ x 4’’ (61 x 61 x 10 cm). $200-400

698. Period WWII “Hirohito Hotel” Carnival Banner, Painting on Canvas. Reverse of canvas stenciled “H. C. Evans & Co., Chicago IL. “. Some wear to paint, missing bottom right corner, otherwise good condition. Size: 43.5’’ x 40.25’’ (110 x 102 cm). $500-1000

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701. George Wachsteter (1911-2004) WWII pen, ink and gouache illustration painting of Uncle Sam blowing up Hitler, Hirohito, Mussolini. Size: 26’’ x 20’’, 66 x 51 cm (frame). $400-600

702. D. Andrea (American) Uncle Sam Illustration. American Eagle Film Co. Movie Short advt, w/ Uncle Sam and Eagle - signed D. Andrea, 1971. Mixed media painting on board. Size: 20’’ x 15’’, 51 x 38 cm (board); 22’’ x 17’’, 56 x 43 cm (frame). $100-150

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703. Churchill Ettinger (1903-1984) Painting of Uncle Sam preparing for war, donning a Brodie helmet, watercolor painting on paper. Size: 18’’ x 14.5’’, 46 x 37 cm (frame); 11’’ x 8’’, 28 x 20 cm (sight). $200-400

704. Period World War I Joan of Arc War Savings Stamps Poster, Color Lithohgraph. Art by Haskell Coffin. Size: 30’’ x 39.5’’ (76 x 100 cm). $300-500

705. Vintage Marine Recruiting Poster: “BE A U.S. MARINE!”, by James Montgomery Flag. Size: 28’’ x 30’’ (71 x 76 cm). $400-600

706. 4 WWI Era Posters: 1) Keep these off the USA / Buyer More Liberty Bonds; 2) Buy United States Government War Savings Stamps; 3) “SAVE YOUR CHILD. 4) All About War Savings Stamps. Ranging from 18.75’’ x 24’’ (48 x 61 cm) to 30’’ x 40’’ (76 x 102 cm). $300-500

707. 5 Vintage WWI Recruiting Posters, color lithographs. Ranging from 30’’ x 21.5’’ (76 x 55 cm) to 30’’ x 40’’ (76 x 102 cm). $300-500

708. 19th C. Jewish Daily Prayer Book with Carved Bone Cover. Size: 7’’ x 5’’ x 1.5’’ (18 x 13 x 4 cm). And a silver yad to read tracks of Torah, with lions, birds and Star of David motif, marked IA BC 1873 84 Moscow. $200-400

709. German-American Schnitzelbank Painting on Cloth. Size: 33’’ x 33’’, 84 x 84 cm (canvas); 36’’ x 36’’, 91 x 91 cm (frame). $500-1000

710. Yuriy Vasilyevich Trunyov (Russian, b. 1921) “God’s Minister”, 1961 (2 Works): 1) An original anti religious mixed media poster maquette illustration on paper, 18’’ x 23’’, 46 x 58 cm (frame); 2) a color lithograph poster made after Trunyov’s design with a poem by V. Alekseyev, color lithograph, published by Izdatelstvo ‘Khudozhnik RSFSR’, printed in Leningrad, from an edition of 3,500 copies. Size: 17.5’’ x 23’’, 44 x 58 cm (frame). $1000-1500

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711. WWII Concentration Camp Sculpture, painted wood relief sculpture. Inscribed “Polacy za czasow Hitlera”, translates as “Poles at the Time of Hitler.” Size: 18’’ x 15’’ x 1.5’’ (46 x 38 x 4 cm). $500-1000

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712. 2 Anti-Semitic Cigarette Cases. 1) German soldier’s anti-Semitic cigarette case, 4 1/2” x 3”, handengraved with “Death to Jewry” and a snake covered with Stars of David and hammers and sickles being strangled by a muscular arm bearing a swastika. German maker’s name printed within. 2) Steel cigarette case, 4 1/2” x 3”, engraved with two muscular hands forcing a swastikaengraved sword through a Star of David. German maker’s stamp appears within. Size: 4.5’’ x 3’’ (11 x 8 cm) each. $500-800 713. 3 Anti-Semitic Walking Canes, Late 19th/Early 20th C. Ranging from 29.5’’ (75 cm) to 33.5’’ (85 cm). $500-700

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714. 5 Anti-Semitic Carved Folk Art Pipes, carved wood. Ranging in size from 8’’ x 3’’ x 1.5’’ (20 x 8 x 4 cm) to 16’’ x 4’’ x 2’’ (41 x 10 x 5 cm). $300-500 715. Judaica Bronze and Lead Sculpture, signed and dated, “Jeffrey Kofer 1973”. Size: 4’’ x 5.5’’ x 3.5’’ (10 x 14 x 9 cm). $500-800

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718. Gene V. Dougherty (American, 20th c) Portrait of African American Cowboy Bill Pickett (1870-1932), oil on canvas. An American West Painting of Willie M. “Bill” Pickett, cowboy, rodeo and Wild West show performer and actor. In 1989, Pickett was inducted into the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame. Size: 12’’ x 9’’, 30 x 23 cm (stretcher); 17.5’’ x 14’’, 44 x 36 cm (frame). $200-300 719. Michael Jackson Painting on Velvet. Size: 20’’ x 26’’, 51 x 66 cm (sight); 25’’ x 31’’, 64 x 79 cm (frame). $200-400

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720. 2 Watermelon Theme Folk Art Paintings: 1) “Belle’s Watermelons - Melon Boy Brand” mixed media, ink, paint, fabric on wood. Size: 24’’ x 24’’, 61 x 61 cm (board); 2) “Dey Ain’t Going Be None Left”, Black Americana Oil Painting on board. Size: 18’’ x 14’’, 46 x 36 cm (board). $300-500

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721. “Way down upon the Swanee River”, Black Americana oil painting on board, inscribed “Way down upon the Swanee River”. Size: 11’’ x 8.5’’, 28 x 22 cm (sight); 13.5’’ x 11’’, 34 x 28 cm (frame). $500-800

722. Black Americana Watercolor Painting. Framed. Size: 10.5’’ x 12’’, 27 x 30 cm (sight); 11.5’’ x 13.5’’, 29 x 34 cm (frame). $100-200

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723. Portrait of African American Woman, Oil Painting on Canvas. Size: 22’’ x 18’’, 56 x 46 cm (stretcher); 25’’ x 21’’, 64 x 53 cm (frame). $400-600

724. 19th C. American Primitive Painting, oil on canvas, boy and girl both holding a watermelon. Size: 7’’ x 9’’, 18 x 23 cm (stretcher); 10.5’’ x 12.5’’, 27 x 32 cm (frame). $200-400

725. Antique Oil Painting of Courting African American Teens, oil on board. Framed. Size: 9’’ x 9’’, 23 x 23 cm (board); 13’’ x 13’’, 33 x 33 cm (frame). $200-400

726. B. Cummings (American) Folk Art Plantation Painting, oil on canvas board, signed “B. Cummings”. Size: 18’’ x 24’’, 46 x 61 cm (board); 22’’ x 28’’, 56 x 71 cm (frame). $200-400

727. Cock Van Gent (Dutch/American, b. 1925) Portrait, Oil on canvas. Size: 26’’ x 20’’, 66 x 51 cm (board). $100-200

728. “Blue Monday” Black Americana Pastel on paper signed Shelia Humphrey, 1986. Size: 7’’ x 9’’, 18 x 23 cm (stretcher); 10.5’’ x 12.5’’, 27 x 32 cm (frame). $100-200

729. Black Americana Oil painting on board, a landscape with children swimming, fishing and boating, signed illegibly. Size: 14’’ x 18’’, 36 x 46 cm (board). $150-250

730. Black Americana Oil painting on board signed Marion B. Ennis Charleston SC 1937, framed. Size: 10’’ x 8’’, 25 x 20 cm (board); 11’’ x 9’’, 28 x 23 cm (frame). $100-150

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731. Black Americana Folk Art painting of a Man Picking Cotton, oil on board. Size: 10’’ x 14’’, 25 x 36 cm (board). $200-400

732. Black Americana “Child in Bonnet” Watercolor Painting, Signed Millard. Size: 11’’ x 12.5’’, 28 x 32 cm (frame). $100-200

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734. Oil painting on canvas, “Portrait of a Gentleman”, found in Virginia (Petersburg). Size: 18’’ x 14’’, 46 x 36 cm (stretcher). $100-150

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735. Black Americana Oil painting on canvas of a black man sitting smoking a pipe in front of a log cabin, signed illegibly. Size: 23’’ x 16’’, 58 x 41 cm (stretcher). $200-400

736. Portrait of an African American Gentleman, Oil on Canvas. Size: 20’’ x 16’’, 51 x 41 cm (stretcher); 23’’ x 19’’, 58 x 48 cm (frame). $200-300

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737. Arthur Davenport Fuller (American, 1889-1966) Workers traveling in a donkey cart, charcoal drawing on paper, signed lower right. Size: 9.5’’ x 11.5’’, 24 x 29 cm (sight); 12.5’’ x 16’’, 32 x 41 cm (frame). $200-400

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738. Black Nation Assemblage, 1968, “Proclamation”, paint and collage on board. Size: 31’’ x 26’’, 79 x 66 cm. $100-200

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739. Malcolm X, Mixed Media Painting on illustration board, unknown artist. Size: 22’’ x 32’’, 56 x 81 cm. $100-200

740. 2 Mid Century Jazz Club 4 x 8 ft Mural Paintings, each oil on wood. Together within a single large double frame. Size: 97’’ x 97’’, 246 x 246 cm (frame). $400-600

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741. Husdon River Style Landscape Painting oil on canvas with black confederate soldier and horse in background, c. 1870, signed NY , H. Ely (Harriet). Size: 14’’ x 18’’, 36 x 46 cm (stretcher); 20’’ x 24’’, 51 x 61 cm (frame). $400-600

742. Watercolor of African American Couple Fishing, framed. Size: 23.5’’ x 19.5’’, 60 x 50 cm (sight); 29.5’’ x 25.5’’, 75 x 65 cm (frame). $100-200

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743. Antique Southern Folk Art Oil Painting on board, by Ruth M. Taylor. Size: 18’’ x 24’’, 46 x 61 cm (board); 19.5’’ x 25.5’’, 50 x 65 cm (frame). $300-500

744. Oil Painting of African American Underground Railway Slave, Oro Community, Canada. Oil on board. Size: 12’’ x 18’’, 30 x 46 cm (board); 18’’ x 24’’, 46 x 61 cm (frame). $200-400

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745. Sidney Evens (American) 1940’s Illustration. Signed. Watercolor on paper. Size: 14.5’’ x 18’’, 37 x 46 cm (sight); 20.5’’ x 25’’, 52 x 64 cm (frame). $100-200

746. Textile Embroidery of African American Family Scene, Early 20th C. Signed “M. C. S.” Size: 9.5’’ x 11.5’’, 24 x 29 cm (sight); 10.5’’ x 12.5’’, 27 x 32 cm (frame). $100-200

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Lot 421. Marshall Arisman (American, 20Th C.) “Portrait Of A Gentleman”, Oil Painting on Canvas


TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE The property offered and sold through New Material Culture, Inc.’s (hereinafter MC) public auctions (hereinafter the Property) shall be offered and sold pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth below (hereinafter the Agreement). This Agreement constitutes the complete statement of the terms and conditions pursuant to which all Property is offered for sale. By bidding at the auction,whether in person, by agent, in writing, by telephone, internet bid or any other means, the buyer of the Property (hereinafter the Buyer) agrees to be bound by this Agreement. PROPERTY SOLD AS IS. All Property is sold as is, where is, with all faults. Neither MC nor any consignor makes any guarantees, warranties or representations, expressed or implied with respect to the Property or the correctness of the catalogue or any other description of the Property. In no event shall MC or the consignor be responsible for the correctness, nor be deemed to have made any representation or warranty, of description, genuineness, authorship, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin or condition of the Property. No statement made at the sale, or in the bill of sale, or invoice or elsewhere shall be deemed such a guarantee, warranty or representation. WITHDRAWAL OF PROPERTY. MC reserves the right to withdraw any Property at any time for any reason and to default any sale in the event of an error or dispute. COPYRIGHT AND REPRODUCTION RIGHTS. MC and its consignors make no warranty or representation, express or implied, that the Buyer will acquire any copyright or reproduction rights to any Property sold. MC expressly reserves the right to reproduce any image of the Property sold in the catalogue. The copyright in all images, illustrations and written material produced by or for MC relating to Property, including the contents of the catalogue, is, and shall remain at all times, the property of MC and shall not be used by the Buyer, nor by anyone else, without MCs prior written consent. EXAMINATION OF PROPERTY. All Property is available for examination prior to bidding. The Buyers bidding signifies that the Buyer has examined the Property as fully as desired or has chosen not to examine the Property. MC recommends that prospective bidders examine all items in which they have an interest prior to bidding. BIDDING. RESERVES . Some of the Property in the sale is offered subject to a reserve. The reserve is a confidential minimum price agreed upon by the consignor and MC below which the lot will not be sold. In most cases, the reserve will be set below the estimated range, but in no case will it exceed the low estimates listed. Bidding will begin at a price appropriate in the auctioneers discretion. The auctioneer always reserves the right to withdraw Property for any reason he deems appropriate. ORDER OF BIDS. Unless otherwise announced by the auctioneer, all bids are per lot as numbered in the catalogue. MC reserves the right to determine any and all matters regarding the order, precedence or appropriate increment of bids or the constitution of lots. ABSENTEE AND PHONE BIDDING. Absentee and phone bidding are permitted by prospective bidders who cannot be present at the auction. Please complete the Absentee Bid and/or Phone Reservation form. Absentee bids are executed competitively and confidentially. All reservations for phone bidding are held in the strictest confidence and must be received by 5 pm EST the day before the auction. No additional phone bids will be accepted at such time including additions when speaking with a staff person on the phone. Written absentee bids may be submitted on the Absentee Bid Form up to 30 lots before the item comes up for auction. Leaving an absentee or phone bid on a lot indicates your willingness to open the bidding at one half the printed estimate, and gives the auctioneer the authority to open the bidding at that level, or to open the bidding on a lot with a printed reserve at the reserve price. In the case of identical absentee bids, the bid received first will prevail. Bids left on internet portals are not executed until the item is offered in the live auction and the order in which they are received is not a factor. CUT BIDS. We do not accept cut bids, (bids less than the last interval) from the floor or from absentee bidders including phone and internet bidders. Thus, it is possible that a lot could go to another bidder for less than an absentee bid. For example, if the bids are progressing in $10 dollar increments and an absentee falls at a $5 increment we will not take the bid since it is less than the $10 increment. Following are general guidelines for bidding increments: $0-$100 by $10 increments $100-$500 by $25 increments $500-$1,000 by $50 increments $1,000 $3,000 by $100 increments $3,000-$5,000 by $250 increments $5,000-$10,000 by $500 increments $10,000-$30,000 by $1,000 increments $30,000-$50,000 by $2,500 increments $50,000-$100,000 by $5,000 increments $100,000-$200,000 by $10,000 increments Above $200,000 auctioneers discretion 114


HIGHEST BIDDER. The highest bidder as determined by the auctioneer shall be the Buyer. In the case of a disputed bid, the auctioneer shall have sole discretion in determining the Buyer and may also, at his or her election, withdraw the Property or reoffer the Property for sale. The auctioneer shall have sole discretion to refuse any bid, or refuse to acknowledge any bidder. At such time as the auctioneer has declared Property sold to a given Buyer, said Buyer thereupon assumes full risk and responsibility for the Property, agrees to sign any requested confirmation of purchase, and agrees to pay the full price, plus Buyers Premium, therefore or such part, upon such terms as MC may require. PAYMENT. Payment is due within 7 business days. Payment must be made by cash, approved check, or wire transfer. We also accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Paypal for invoices totaling under $5,000. Credit card transactions will not be accepted for international clients. MC reserves the right to require bank checks for purchases over $5,000. Personal checks will be acceptable only if credit has been established with MC or if a bank authorization has been received guaranteeing a personal check. MC reserves the right to hold Property purchased by personal check until the check has cleared the bank. Buyer agrees to pay MC a handling charge of $25.00 for any check dishonored by the drawee. MC reserves the right to not issue a Buyers number or to withhold merchandise if appropriate credit has not been established. Credit arrangements must be made by the Friday prior to the day of auction so bank statements can be verified. Any bidder that plans on spending in excess of $100,000 should make arrangements with the MC accounting department at least five (5) days in advance of the sale, as a deposit may be required to participate. All Property purchased must be paid for no later than 5 pm EST on the seventh business day following the sale. MC may impose, and the Buyer agrees to pay, a monthly interest charge of 1.5% of the purchase price of any Property not paid by the Buyer within thirty (30) days of the date of sale. MC reserves the right to rescind any sale of Property in the event payment is not received within seven (7) business days of the sale. BUYERS PREMIUM. A 25% buyer’s premium will be added to the hammer price on each lot sold on a house paddle, including telephone and absentee bidding; 27% will be added to lots purchased online. REMOVAL OF PROPERTY. All items must be picked up, or shipping arrangements made, within two weeks of the day of sale. Items not collected or shipped by the 15th day following the sale will incur storage fees at a rate of $5.00 per lot per day regardless of the size or value of the lot. Items not collected by the 30th day following the sale may be sold by MC or sent by MC to a public warehouse at the sole risk of, and charge to, the Buyer and MC may prohibit the Buyer from participating, directly or indirectly, as a bidder or purchaser in any future sale. No Property may be removed from MCs premises until the Buyer has paid in full the purchase price including Buyers premium. MC shall have no liability for any damage to Property left on its premises after the auction. A defaulting Buyer will be deemed to have granted and assigned to MC a continuing security interest of first priority in any Property or money of, or owing to such Buyer in MCs possession, and MC may retain and apply such Property or money as collateral security for the obligations due to MC. MC shall have all of the rights accorded a secured party under the Pennsylvania Uniform Commercial Code. PACKING AND SHIPPING. Buyer agrees that packing and shipping are done at the Buyer’s risk and that Buyer will pay in advance all packing expenses, materials, carrier fees and insurance charges. Shipping is the sole responsibility of the Buyer. Neither MC nor any of its consignors will have liability for any loss or damage to shipped items. Upon request, MC will provide a list of shippers who deliver to destinations within the United States and overseas. TAXES. All purchases are subject to applicable sales tax unless the Buyer possesses an applicable sales tax exemption number. Buyer is responsible for any and all tariffs, taxes and assessments that might be made on the Property. International Buyers are responsible for tariffs, taxes, or assessments of shipped items to the Buyers country. IMPORT/EXPORT RESTRICTIONS. Some property that is sold at auction can be subject to laws governing export from the United States, such as items that include material from some endangered species. Import restrictions from foreign countries are subject to these same governing laws. Granting of licensing for import or export of Property from local authorities is the sole responsibility of the Buyer. Denial or delay of licensing will not constitute cancellation or delay in payment for the total purchase price of said Property. BUYERS BREACH. If the Buyer breaches any of its obligations under this Agreement, including its obligation to pay in full the purchase price of all Property for which it is the highest successful bidder, MC may exercise all of its rights and remedies under the law including, without limitation, (a) canceling the sale and applying any payments made by the Buyer to the damages caused by the Buyers breach, and/or (b) offering at public auction, without reserve, any lot or item for which the Buyer has failed to pay in full the purchase price, holding the Buyer liable for any deficiency plus all costs of sale. GOVERNING LAW. These conditions of sale shall be governed by the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (excluding the laws applicable to conflicts or choice of law). The Buyer agrees that any suit for the enforcement of this Agreement may be brought, and any action against MC in connection with the transactions contemplated by this Agreement shall be brought, in the courts of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or any federal court sitting therein. The Buyer consents to the nonexclusive jurisdiction of such courts and waives objections that it may now or hereafter have to the venue of any such suit. AMENDMENTS TO TERMS AND CONDITIONS. No claimed modification or amendment of this Agreement on the part of any party shall be deemed extant, enforceable or provable unless it is in writing that has been signed by the parties to this Agreement. No course of dealing and no delay or omission on the part of MC in exercising any right under this Agreement shall operate as a waiver of such right or any other right and waiver on any one or more occasions shall not be construed as a bar to or waiver of any right or remedy of MC on any future occasion. © 2018 Material Culture, All Rights Reserved 115


Lot 524. Pepsi Cola Illustration Art, Gouache Painting on Paper, “Delicious And Healthful 5 Cents”, 1910

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