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Clocks, Instruments & Militaria— Online Sale 2708T

February 25–March 4, 2014

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1 Quarter-plate Ambrotype Portrait of a Militia Officer Wearing a Plumed Shako Hat, the shako, with artillery insignia, is topped with tall ostrich plumes, which along with his jacket epaulets are faintly tinted red, his jacket tinted gray/blue, the insignia, collar, buttons, belt buckle, and ring heightened with gilt, mounted in an oval gilt-gesso frame, (emulsion scratches from previous frame). $300-500

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2 Sixth-plate Tintype of a Civil War Soldier, c. 1861-65, hand-colored image of the soldier wearing a rain cover on his cap, a neck tie, and fatigue blouse. $100-150 3 Carte-de-visite Photo Album Including Soldiers, c. late 19th century, consul to Egypt William Sydney Thayer, Col. A.S. Hartwell, 55th Massachusetts Regiment, and others. $300-500 4 Sixth-plate Tintype Portrait of a Young Soldier, with tinted cheeks, in a brown combination “The Calmady Children” and “Grape Cluster” (Krainik 129, 181) Union case, (minor spots and scratches to background). $150-200 5 Sixth-plate Ambrotype Portrait of a Soldier in a Militia Uniform, the soldier seated in a chair with one arm on a table on which his shako rests, the crown of the hat centered with a badge with the number “1,” an inscription on the paper lining the case is inscribed “Rutland, VT Militia man/ ex-Bill Schultz coll.,” mounted in a pressed-paper/leather case. $300-500 6 38th Massachusetts Regiment Lithograph, c. 1862, colored lithograph entitled CAMP BELGER, BALTIMORE, MD./SEPTEMBER, 1862/38TH REGT, MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEERS, COL. TIMOTHY INGRAHAM./LT. COL. D.K. WARDWELL, MAJOR WM L. RODMAN./PRESENTED BY CHARLES H. TAYLOR OF COMPANY F., with wooden frame, lg. 19, ht. 14 in. $150-250

7 Two Civil War Lithographs, c. 1863, camp of the 51st Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers at Camp Belger, Baltimore, Maryland, matted, in wooden frame, and camp of the 6th Massachusetts Regiment at Suffolk, Virginia, matted, in wooden frame, lg. 21 to 28, ht. 18 to 23 1/2 in. $200-400 8 New England Guards Image, c. late 19th century, photograph of a painting entitled ENCAMPMENT OF THE NEW ENGLAND GUARDS AT SAVIN HILL 1819. FROM A PAINTING IN THE OLD COURT HOUSE BOSTON., lg. 18 1/2, ht. 14 in. $200-250 9 Two Framed Sons of Veterans Photos, c. late 19th century, woodframed photos for the 96th Sons of Veterans, one marked Boston, wd. 25 1/2, ht. 21 1/2 in. $100-200 10 VII Princess Royal’s Dragoon Guards Needlework, c. late 19th/early 20th century, framed needlework of the Seventh Dragoon Guards regimental color with battles fought and embroidered regimental insignias, wd. 27 1/2, ht. 24 1/2 in. $200-400 10A Woolwork Picture of a British Sailing Ship, c. 19th century, on a blue sea within a central oval surmounted by a crown, flanked by international flags against a background with draperies and a British outpost in the lower section with flags flying and two canons, ht. 22 1/4, wd. 26 3/4 in. $800-1,200 11 Japanese Ship Identification Print, c. 20th century, wood-framed ship print showing marker lighting for a variety of ships and situations, wd. 30 3/4, ht. 22 1/2 in. $150-250

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12 Twelve Colonial American Buttons, late 18th century, eleven brass, some with remnants of silver plating, and one pewter, seven with engraved star, sunburst, foliate, or floral designs, two with engraved “RS” initials, two plain, (age wear), dia. 1 1/8 to 1 1/2 in. $200-400 13 Thirty-nine Coin Buttons, c. 18th/ early 19th century, brass, pewter, and silver coin-style buttons of various sizes. $200-400 14 Group of Coin Buttons, c. late 18th/ early 19th century, large group of various size coin and cast buttons, dia. 10 to 25 mm. $150-250 15 Group of Coin Buttons with Backmarks, c. early 19th century, numerous coin buttons of various shapes and sizes with a variety of backmarks, some with patterns on face, some plain. $200-400 16 Nine Ancient & Honorable Artillery Buttons, c. mid-19th century, two flat marked A&HA, 1638, three convex marked 1638, three gilt with company seal, and one silver, dia. 19 to 26 mm. $150-250 17 Group of Military and Civilian Buttons, c. 19th/20th century, military, police, and civilian buttons. $150-250 18 Collection of Military and Civilian Buttons, c. 19th/20th century, various military, police, and civilian buttons. $150-250 19 Burmese Knife, c. 19th/20th century, carved wooden grip with a sheet-brass ferrule at base, iron blade and wooden two-piece scabbard, blade lg. 8, overall lg. 14 1/2 in. $150-250


21 Two Bladed Weapons, a Malay kris with carved wooden grip, wooden scabbard, and steel blade, and a machete blade with a carved wooden wire-wrapped grip and a tooled leather scabbard, lg. 19 to 26 1/2 in. $200-400 22 Masai Short Sword, eastern Africa, 9 3/4-in. double-edged imported English steel blade stamped Brades and with a “Giraffe” 1652 logo, rawhide-covered wood handle and sheath, lg. 16 in. $150-250 23 Chinese Dagger, c. 19th century, steel double-edged blade with engraved brass pommel and crossguard, wooden grip, wooden scabbard with brass fittings, blade lg. 11, overall lg. 17 1/2 in. $200-300 24 Kris and Scabbard, wavy iron blade, carved wooden grip with brass and iron embellishments at its base, and a wooden scabbard, blade lg. 8 1/2, overall lg. 13 in. $200-400 25 Shield and Two Swords, c. 20th century, brass hilted swords with foliate designs, and steel blades, and a steel shield with elephants and soldiers, shield dia.14 1/4, sword lg. 34 in. $200-400 26 Group of Three Machetes, Six Knives, and a Blade, c. 19th/20th century, three machetes with leather scabbards, a Kris-style knife, a cutdown sword turned into a knife, three other knives, and a blade with no hilt, overall lg. 9 to 28 in. $200-400

27 Two Bayonets, Three Powder Flasks, and a Knife, c. 19th/20th century, two Middle Eastern brass powder flasks, a Middle Eastern powder horn with brass fittings, a Middle Eastern knife, and two bayonets with scabbards and frogs. $200-400

33 Model 1840 Cavalry Saber, c. mid19th century, brass hilt with wooden grip, remnants of leather wrap, and brass wire, steel blade marked TREBLE & FISHER/PHILADA., and a steel scabbard, overall lg. 44 in. $300-500

28 Japanese Helmet Shell and Four Blades, c. 1941-45, steel helmet shell with star on the front, four crudely made knives with wooden scabbards.

34 Model 1852 Naval Officer’s Sword, c. late 19th/early 20th century, steel blade engraved with U.S.N., anchor, foliate designs and maker’s mark at the base of the blade CARRMEARS & PEEBLES NORFOLK VA, brass hilt with shagreen grip, blade lg. 29 5/8, overall lg. 35 in. $150-250

Note: These objects where brought back by a Navy veteran after WWII. $200-400 29 Brass-hilted Small-sword and a Sword with Missing Grip, c. late 18th/early 19th century, steel triangular blade, wood grip, urn-shaped brass pommel and brass handguard, and a steel blade with single fuller, faceted brass pommel, and handguard, overall lg. 31 to 40 in. $250-350 30 Three Swords and a Sword Cane, c. 18th to 20th century, brass-hilted Continental small sword with copper wire wrapped around grip, missing its counter guard, iron blade with markings in fuller, a brass-hilted sword with horn grip and steel blade, a fraternal sword, and a sword cane with brass lion head, carved horn grip, and brass tip with steel blade, lg. 37 to 21 in. $200-400 31 Two French Model 1874 Gras Bayonets, c. 1870s, walnut grips with brass and steel fittings, and steel scabbards, blade lg. 20 1/2, overall lg. 26 in. $200-400 32 Group of Scabbards and Bayonets, c. late 19th/early 20th century, a Krag bowie knife bayonet scabbard, Krag scabbard, three Krag bayonets, leather 1905 bayonet scabbards, Model 1887 Hospital Corps knife scabbard. $200-400

35 Five Bayonets, c. early 20th century, three Model 1907 Enfield bayonets with wooden grips and steel blades missing scabbards, one 1913 dated Remington bayonet with defaced British markings above a U.S. with scabbard for the 1917 rifle, and a 1917 bayonet made by Winchester, blade lg. 17, overall lg. 21 5/8 in. $200-400 36 Three Model 1917 and Two Model 1910 Bolo Knives with Scabbards, c. early 20th century, two with blued steel blades marked Plumb, and one blued steel blade marked A.C. CO., one Model 1910 marked Springfield Armory with ordnance bomb and dated 1917, marked on the back side US and 49738, and a Model 1910 marked Springfield Armory with ordnance bomb and dated 1912, marked on the backside US and 24794, blade lg. 10 1/4, overall lg. 16 in. $300-500 37 Four Model 1917 and One Model 1910 Bolo Knives with Scabbards, c. 1910-18, three with blued steel blades made by Plumb, Philadelphia, one with blued steel blade marked A.C. CO., and one Model 1910 with bright steel blade marked Springfield Armory with ordnance bomb and 1913 date, marked on the back US and 29700, blade lg. 10 1/4, overall lg. 16 in. $300-500

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20 North African Knife, c. 19th/20th century, silver-plated brass hilt and scabbard over wood, curved handfiled, iron blade, blade lg. 9, overall lg. 15 1/2 in. $150-250

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38 Three Model 1913 Cavalry Saber Scabbards, c. early 19th century, two nickel-plated officer’s saber scabbards, and a green painted enlisted man’s scabbard with black steel throat and drag, lg. 36 in. $150-250

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39 Two Dutch Klewang Cutlasses, c. early 20th century, black plastic grips with blued-steel hilts, and blued singlefuller blades, blade lg. 25 1/8, overall lg. 30 in. $300-500 40 Japanese Tanto and Mauser Bayonet, c. early to mid-20th century, steel blade with shagreen covered wooden grip, steel fittings on hilt and scabbard, Mauser bayonet with wood grip, steel blade, scabbard, and a leather frog, lg. 15 to 20 1/2 in. $250-450 41 Three German 98K Bayonets, c. early to mid-20th century, a bayonet with brown Bakelite grips marked 8268/ cof 44 with matching steel scabbard, a bayonet with dark brown Bakelite grips marked 9998/ab with no scabbard, and a bayonet with light brown Bakelite grips marked 1497c/44asw, overall lg. 15 1/4 in. $200-300 42 Four U.S.M.C. Bolo Knives, c. mid20th century, a knife with wooden grip marked on steel blade U.S.M.C./ VILLAGE BLACKSMITH with leather and brass scabbard marked U.S./ BOYT 42, a knife with wooden grip marked on steel blade U.S.M.C./ CHATILLON, N.Y. with a leather and brass scabbard marked U.S./ BOYT 43, a knife with wooden grip and no scabbard marked U.S.M.C./ CHATILLON, N.Y., and a knife with wooden grip and no scabbard marked on steel blade U.S.M.C./THE CLYDE CUTLERY CO., blade lg. 11 3/8, overall lg. 16 3/4 in. $200-400 43 Group of Machetes, c. 1940s, a Marine Corps machete and scabbard by Collins dated 1944, a U.S. Navy machete and scabbard by Collins dated 1944, and a Woodmans Pal by Victor with original instruction manual dated 1942. $100-150

44 Group of Navy and Marine Fighting Knives, c. mid to late 20th century, includes unissued Mark 1 and 2 fighting knives, KaBar, Marine Corps knives, scabbards, and others. $250-350

52 Grenadier-style Militia Cap Plate, c. 1840, stamped brass cap plate with sunburst over clouds, with eagle clutching arrows and Federal shield, and banner with E PLURIBUS UNUM, and maker’s name BALE stamped on lower right, lg. 7 1/2, ht. 5 3/8 in.

45 Group of Navy Fighting Knives and Folding Machetes, c. mid to late 20th century, Mark 1 and 2 knives with scabbards, folding machetes, folding survival knives, PAL-35, and others. $200-400

Note: For more information on this cap plate, see figure 164 in American Military Insignia, 1800-1851, by J. Duncan Campbell. $200-300

46 WWII Mark V Diving Knife, c. early to mid-20th century, brass scabbard marked A. SCHRADER’S SON with leather loop, turned wooden grip and steel blade with saw-back blade, overall lg. 13 1/2 in. $200-400 47 Seven M5 and M5A1 Bayonets, c. 1950s, five with plastic grips and parkerized steel blades without scabbards, two with plastic grips, parkerized steel blades and M8A1 fiberglass scabbards, blade lg. 6 3/4, overall lg. 12 in. $150-250 48 Four M6 Bayonets without Scabbards, c. late 20th century, plastic grips with parkerized blades by various makers in new condition, blade lg. 6 1/2, overall lg. 11 1/4 in. $100-200 49 Two Horn Cups and a Small Horn Box, c. 18th/19th century, cow horn cups with turned bottoms, small oval horn box with wooden base, cup ht. 4 1/2 to 5, box ht. 1 7/8, lg. 3 in. $150-250 50 Re-converted Smoothbore Barrel, c. 18th century, steel barrel with front sight, and bayonet lug under barrel, lg. 54 in. $100-150 51 Two Powder Flasks, c. mid-19th century, a leather flask with embossed birds, rabbit, and foliage, and a tin flask with deer and foliate designs, ht. 7 to 8 in. $150-250

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53 Four Hunting Powder Flasks, c. 19th century, two tin and two brass flasks with various motifs, ht. 6 3/4 to 9 in. $150-250 54 Two Powder Horns, one musketeers flat horn with iron charging spout and base, and one flat horn with carved moose, turtle, duck, and inlaid plug. $200-400 55 Two Powder Horns, c. 19th century, a cow horn with wooden plug, a cow horn with rounded plug and iron tacks. $150-250 56 Ames Peace Flask, c. 1838, brass flask with clasped hands, panoply of arms with shield and U.S., marked AMES and 1838 on spout, ht. 9 1/2 in. $200-300 57 Group of Powder Cans and a Cleaning Kit, c. 19th/20th century, a German rifle cleaning kit, two powder tins, a leather medicine case with small glass vials, and a leather pouch marked ONEIDA N.Y. $100-200 58 Civil War-era Square Flap Cap Box, c. mid to late 19th century, leather with two belt straps on back, inside flap, and sheepskin inside, and a few original caps, wd. 3 5/8, ht. 3 1/2 in. $100-200


60 Indian War Officer’s Kepi, c. 1870s, blue broadcloth body with embroidered wreath insignia on front, gold metallic chinstrap, and two cuff-size general staff buttons, black leather visor, and black polished cotton liner. $200-400 61 Three Post-war Kepis and a G.A.R. Slouch Hat, c. 1870s, a kepi with blue broadcloth body, black visor and replaced artillery insignia, a 7th New York kepi with gray body and black soutache trim, a blue broadcloth kepi with embroidered wreath insignia, and a black felt G.A.R. slouch hat with hat cords and brass G.A.R. insignia. $300-500 62 19th Century Cot, wooden frame with white cotton canvas cover, wd. 27, lg. 74 in. $150-250 63 Collection of Military Books, including Time-Life Civil War battle series and other books related to the Civil War. $200-300 64 Wooden Ship Cannon Model, wooden carriage with steel parts, goldpainted wooden tube with missing cascabel, lg. 31 in. $400-600 65 Cannon and Handcuffs, c. 20th century, iron cannon with green patina, pair of steel handcuffs with steel links. $250-350 66 Two Miniature Reproduction 18th Century Naval Cannons, c. 20th century, one with brass barrel, fittings, one with 1720 on barrel, brass fittings and wooden base. $100-200

67 Three Pieces of The USS Maine, two brass valves, and the top of a shell case removed from the Maine during the salvage operation with tags and descriptions. $200-300 68 Group of Gilt Naval Buckles and Liberty Head Coins, c. late 19th/early 20th century, leather naval officer’s belt and buckle, and gilt naval buckle with eagle, wreath, and anchor made into a pin, various coins including two Liberty Head dollars dated 1881, and a stopwatch. $200-400 69 Model 1887 Cavalry Carbine Boot with Straps, c. late 19th century, leather boot with brass reinforcement, marked ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL, and stamped 83D, overall lg. 14 in. $100-200 70 Inert U.S. Mark I Fragmentation Grenade, c. 1917, cast-iron pineappletype body with screw-in bottom and remnants of red paint, fuse body, pin and lever intact, ht. 4 3/8 in. $200-300 71 Two Naval Gun Bore Brushes, c. 20th century, both with brass wire brushes attached to wooden hafts with a brass finial on the end, wd. of brush 5, overall lg. 88 in. $100-200 72 WWI-era Cavalry Group, c. early 20th century, two .45 automatic holsters, one revolver holster, shovel with 1909 dated cover, blanket, horse brush, patches, pictures, 1917 dated bridle, web girth, web garrison belt, and a trumpet. $400-600 73 Bayonet, Trench Knife, Pliers, and Trench Mirror, a Model 1905 bayonet with wood grip and steel blade, a Model 1918 trench knife and scabbard, U.S. marked pliers, and a bayonetmounted trench mirror. $300-500

74 WWI Inert Grenades and Artillery Rounds, c. 1917-18, a relic condition Mark 1 hand grenade, a Mark 2 hand grenade, two artillery rounds, Artillery in Action postcard, three insignia, and an un-issued grenade vest. $250-350 75 WWI Armorer’s Chest and Related Objects, c. 1917-18, wooden armorer’s crate with remnants of original paper label, wooden ammo box, two full bandoleers of ammunition, cleaning rods, sling, pistol lanyard, two boxes of ammunition, oiler, and a few tools and parts. $200-400 76 Renault FT 17 Tank Tread, c. 1918, steel tank tread with battle damage, cast S and I on bottom, lg. 13, wd. 13 1/2, ht. 5 in. $200-400 77 WWI Uniform Group, c. 1917-18, wool tunic with 2nd division insignia, trousers, shirt, long johns, boots, overcoat, jerkin, gloves, wristlets, red cross sweater-vest, 119th infantry guidon, and a patch. $300-400 78 Box of Miscellaneous Military Buttons, Pins, and Badges, victory medals, helmet decals, third Division insignia, distinctive insignia, a local made Vietnam-era patch, etc. $200-300 79 M1 Garand Leather Scabbard, c. 1942, leather scabbard marked U.S. BOYT 42, with leather attachment straps, overall lg. 30 in. $150-250

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59 Four Powder Flasks, c. mid-19th century, a flask marked COLTS PATENT below crossed pistols, panoply of arms, and a cannon, a tin flask with foliate designs, a flask with birds and a dog, and a flask with clamshell pattern missing its spout. $150-250

80 Ordnance Corps Brass Plaque, c. late 19th/early 20th century, cast brass painted plaque with crossed cannons, ordnance bomb, and banner marked ORDNANCE CORPS U.S.A., ht. 12, wd. 10 1/2 in. $100-200

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81 British Third Pattern Paratrooper Helmet, c. 1943, steel shell painted light olive drab with sand finish, leather chinstrap and cup, padded liner with leather band marked BMP/1943/6 7/8, ht. 6 in. $100-200

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82 Four Model 1903 Springfield Rifle Stocks, c. early to mid-20th century, walnut stocks with some metal parts and one handguard, lg. 40 1/4 in. $200-400

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83 Group of WWII Objects, c. 1941-45, an M1A1 carbine canvas paratrooper jump case, pair of M15 binoculars in leather case, two pick-mattocks, one with carrier, canteens, mess kits, canvas zippered carbine bag, a training rifle, wrist compass, engineer compasses, grenade launcher and site, M65 sniper scope bag, and muzzle covers. $250-350 84 WWII American Soldier Mannequin, c. mid to late 20th century, mannequin with repainted M1 front-seam swivel bale helmet, original shirt and undershirt, reproduction model 41 field jacket, original trousers, leggings, and boots, with knapsack, ten-pocket belt, first aid pouch, canteens, two inert fragmentation grenades, bayonet, folding shovel, and handie-talkie radio, ht. 72 in. $400-600 85 Large WWII Group, c. 1941-45, an identified officers footlocker with uniforms, manuals, personal items, a footlocker with leggings, sleeping bags, inert grenades, numerous class-A tunics, Model 1943 jackets, mussette bags, knapsacks, mountain pack, a Marine Corps. tunic and cap, Ike jackets, blankets, etc. $400-600 86 Reproduction Model 1805 Harpers Ferry Pistol, c. 1970s, walnut halfstock with brass fittings, steel barrel marked with a Liege proof mark, brass side plate marked BELGIUM, lg. 16 1/2 in. $150-250

87 Whitney Contract of 1812 Converted Percussion Musket and Bayonet, c. 1812-24, walnut stock (cracked at wrist), steel fittings, lockplate marked N. HAVEN in a scroll, deep diamond pattern stamped in the breech of the barrel, bayonet marked US/WL, barrel lg. 42, overall lg. 57 in. $300-500

94 Model 1873/79 Trapdoor Springfield Rifle with Bayonet, c. 1884, walnut stock with light cartouche dated 1884, steel lockplate marked with an eagle and U.S./SPRINGFIELD, serial number marked near breech 257195, and on front of trapdoor U.S/MODEL/1873, barrel lg. 32 5/8, overall lg. 52 in. $400-600

88 Kentucky-style Rifle, c. mid-19th century, walnut stock with brass fittings, converted from flint to percussion, lg. 58 in. $300-500

95 Model 1873/79 Trapdoor Springfield with Bayonet, c. 1879-85, walnut stock with no visible cartouche, steel lockplate marked with an eagle and U.S/SPRINGFIELD, serial number marked near breech 393112, on front of trapdoor U.S/MODEL/1873, and stamped with a large 24/A in front of the trapdoor, barrel lg. 32 5/8, overall lg. 52 in. $400-600

89 Double-barrel Percussion Shotgun and Shot Pouch, c. mid to late 19th century, walnut stock with checkered wrist, steel locks marked J. PROBIN, top of barrel marked LONDON FINE TWIST, leather shot pouch with brass measure on top, overall lg. 41 3/4 in. $200-300 90 Half-stock Percussion Musket, c. mid-19th century, walnut stock with brass nose cap, steel fittings, engraved steel lock marked J. GOLCHER, barrel marked with Liege proof, and wooden ramrod, barrel lg. 33, overall lg. 48 in. $300-400 91 1861 Springfield Rifle Musket with Barrel Damage, c. 1863, walnut stock with some worming and loss, steel fittings, lockplate marked with an eagle and U.S. Springfield, barrel may have been double-loaded and has something lodged halfway down. $300-500 92 Two-band Civil War Musket, c. 1863, walnut stock (cracked at wrist), carved on one side VIRGINIA/1864, steel lock marked S.N. & W.T.C./FOR/ MASSACHUSETTS, dated 1863, barrel lg. 34, overall lg. 50 in. Note: This musket was found under a porch in Belmont, Massachusetts, in the 1950s. $300-500 93 Remington New Model 1858 Army Revolver, steel frame, barrel, and loading lever with broken brass trigger guard, one original walnut grip with two replacements, overall lg. 14 1/2 in. $150-250

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96 German Model 1888 Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1890, walnut stock with steel fittings, serial number 5673, marked on receiver STEYR/1890, and GEW. 88 on left side, overall lg. 48 3/4 in. $300-500 97 German Model 1871/84 Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1888, walnut stock with blued steel fittings, all matching serial numbers, marked 8285 on receiver, and 85 on all other parts, overall lg. 50 3/4 in. $400-600 98 German Model 1871 Bolt Action Rifle, c. 1881, walnut stock with steel fittings and brass triggerguard, serial number 92058 with all matching numbers, overall lg. 52 3/4 in. $400-600 99 Swiss Model 78 Vetterli Rifle, c. late 19th century, walnut stock with steel fittings, marked on right side of receiver E D, and on left side with WAFFENFABRIK BERN and serial number 190422, barrel lg. 24, overall lg. 44 in. $200-300 100 WWI German Flare Pistol, c. early 20th century, walnut grips with steel frame and barrel, lanyard loop on butt, marked on left side of frame G.M. 3343, and all screws marked 43 on head, overall lg. 15 1/2 in. $500-700


107 Four Howard Pocket Watches, movement No. 2451 in a coin silver hunting case, movement No. 70106 in a Hamilton glass back case, movement No. 306633 in a silverode case, and key-wind, key-set movement No. 5914 in an engraved open face coin silver case, various condition. $300-500

102 Deactivated M-1 Garand, c. 1945, walnut stock and handguards, receiver cut and missing rear section, barrel dated 45, overall lg. 43 3/4 in. $200-400

108 Two 21-jewel Hamilton Open Face Pocket Watches, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, both with stem-wind, lever-set movements and double-sunk Arabic numeral dials, one a Hamilton Railway Special dial, 992B movement No. C503103 marked in part Adj. to Temp. and 6 Positions, in a stainless steel case, dia. 50 mm; the other a 992 movement No. 2440631, marked in part Adjusted 5 Positions, in a Howard Crescent Extra, gold-filled, swing-out case, dia. 53 mm. $400-600

103 Two German Flare Pistols, c. early to mid-20th century, a blued aluminum barrel and receiver marked ac 41, serial number 269c, with Bakelite grips, another with un-blued frame in likenew condition marked WALTHER serial number 57609 L, with wooden grips, overall lg. 11 in. $200-400 104 Two German Flare Pistols, c. early to mid-20th century, a blued steel barrel and frame marked WALTHER, serial number 16708 with wooden grips, an aluminum barrel and frame marked WALTHER and 1937, serial number 7463c with Bakelite grips, overall lg. 11 in. $200-400 105 Two 23-jewel Hamilton Open Face Watches, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, both with stem-wind, lever-set movements and double-sunk dials, one marked Hamilton, 23 Jewels, Railway Special, 950B movement No. S11533 marked in part Adj. Temp. and 6 Pos., in a 10kt gold-filled case, the other dial marked Hamilton, with minute markings around the perimeter, 950 movement No. 1634263 marked in part Adjusted 5 Positions, in a 14kt white gold-filled case, dia. 51 mm. $300-500 106 Two 21-jewel Hamilton Open Face Watches, both with double-sunk dials and stem-wind, lever-set movements, a model 992 with a Canadian Railway dial, movement No. 1546122 in a Fortune gold-filled case, dia. 51 mm; a model 992B No. C221666 with a Hamilton Railway Special dial in a 10kt gold-filled case, dia. 51 mm. $300-500

109 Three Illinois Bunn Special Open Face Watches, Springfield, Illinois, all stem-wind, lever-set movements, two 21-jewel with double-sunk Arabic numeral dials, gold-filled cases, No. 4031856 and No. 3487528, the last, movement marked 24 Ruby Jewels, Adjusted, Bunn Special, Springfield, Ill., No. 1357095, in a fully engraved base metal case, dia. 49 to 54 mm. $600-800 110 Four 15-jewel Open Face Elgin Watches, three in swing-out cases, one sterling silver, and one in a standard silveroid case. $150-250 111 Six Elgin Gold-filled Open Face Watches, a 17-jewel G.M. Wheeler model with porcelain double-sunk dial in a Crescent case, and five other 15-jewel movements in a variety of gold-filled cases. $200-300 112 Three Elgin 7-jewel Open Face Watches, including a lever-set movement with a porcelain Roman numeral dial in a gold-filled case, and two stem-set movements: one in a heavily worn gold-filled case, one in a silveroid case. $150-250

112A E. Howard 23-jewel Series 0 Open Face Watch, Boston, No. 1159213, dial with sunk seconds marked E. Howard & Co., Boston, bridge plate movement marked with maker’s name, location and number as above and 23 jewels, Series O, Special Adjustment Five Positions Temperature, in a Howard Keystone swing-out case, dia. 53 mm. $250-450 113 Five 7-jewel Elgin Open Face Watches, all stem-wind and stem-set in oresilver or silveroid cases. $150-250 114 Four Elgin Open Face Key-wind Watches, all with Roman numeral dials and movements marked only with serial number and maker’s name and location, two in coin silver cases, the others in silveroid and silverine cases. $200-300 115 Three Hamilton Open Face Watches, all 17-jewel movements with porcelain Arabic numeral dials, a model 924 in a worn gold-filled case, a model 974 in a gold-filled case, and full-plate movement in a base metal case. $150-250 116 Four Seth Thomas Open Face Watches, all with porcelain dials and sunk seconds, a No. 757 movement in a sterling silver swing-out case, leverset movement No. 16880 in a silveroid case, full plate, 17-jewel movement No. 280945 in a gold-filled case, and a 7-jewel Centennial movement No. 1313835 in a nickel case. $250-450 117 Two Ball Gold-filled Watches, Cleveland, Ohio, both in 10kt gold-filled cases, an open face with porcelain dial marked Ball, Official RR Standard, Cleveland, model 435C Swiss, stem-wind, lever-set movement marked in part 21 jewels, Adjusted to temperature and isochronism, 6 position adjustments; and a hunting case with dial marked Ball Watch Co., Cleveland, movement marked in part Commercial Standard, 17 Jewels, both dia. 50 mm. $250-450

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101 Four Flare Pistols, c. mid-20th century, an aluminum flare pistol marked SKLAR/SIGNAL PISTOL/SAN FRANCISCO, a hand-projected M-9 flare tube with government property markings, a blued steel M-8 flare pistol, and brass M-2 flare pistol with Bakelite grips. $400-600

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118 Two Illinois Open Face Watches, both lever-set movements, a Bunn Special No. 3541784 with doublesunk Arabic numeral dial, 21-jewel movement marked in part Adjusted Temp. and six positions, in a 25-year Keystone case and 17-jewel movement in an engraved base metal case. $200-300

124 Five Swiss Watch Movements, including an Octavia Watch Co. 15-jewel car clock retailed by Elliot Brothers, London, in a base metal case, two stopwatch movements, one a repeater, and two moon phase movements, both in base metal cases (not complete). $200-250

119 Two Howard Gold-filled Open Face Watches, Boston, both leverset movements in Howard swingout cases, No. 978036 17-jewel damascened nickel movement, and No. 1102236 21-jewel bridge plate movement marked with maker’s name, location, and number, and Extra Adjustment, Five Positions Temperature, dia. 52 mm. $250-450

125 Five Lady’s Pocket Watches, including two Swiss hunting case, a key-wind, key-set Swiss bar movement, Swiss “Morning Side,” and a New England “Firefly.” $200-250

120 Two Open Face Watches, Massachusetts, a lever-set, 17-jewel Howard, No. 974076, with doublesunk dial in a Howard Crescent swing-out case, and a Hampden, No. 431903, in a silveroid case. $250-350 121 Two Rockford Open Face Watches, Rockford, Illinois, both lever-set movements, No. 778468, a full-plate, two-tone, striped damascened, 17-jewel movement with a doublesunk Arabic numeral dial in a silveroid swing-out case, and No. 301171, damascened nickel, full-plate movement in a fully engraved goldfilled case. $250-350 122 Three Waltham Key-wind Open Face Watches, all with Roman numeral dials and in silveroid cases, two Wm. Ellery models and a Broadway. $200-300 123 Two Gold-filled Waltham Open Face Watches, both with porcelain double sunk Arabic numeral dials marked Waltham, No. 14178884, a lever-set, 21-jewel, Crescent Street model, the other No. 17937664, a 17-jewel stemset movement. $200-300

126 Two Open Face Watches, E. Howard & Co. No. 400012 and Howard Bros. No. 180705, both with porcelain Roman numeral dials with sunk seconds, the E. Howard in a silverine case, the Howard Brothers in a coin silver case, key-wind movement marked with the number as above and Independent Watch Co., Fredonia, N.Y. $200-300 127 Two Hamilton Model 992B Goldfilled Open Face Watches, both 21-jewel, stem-wind, lever-set movements, adjusted to temperature and six positions, No. C257881 with a double-sunk Canadian Railroad dial in an Empress Sturdy case, and No. C320824 with a double-sunk Railway Special dial in a Hamilton 10kt goldfilled case. $400-600 128 Two Hamilton Model 992B Goldfilled Open Face Watches, both 21-jewel, stem-wind, lever-set movements, adjusted to temperature and six positions, in 10kt gold-filled cases, movement No. C247623 with a double-sunk Railway Special dial, and movement No. C359232with a Railway Special dial with sunk seconds. $400-600 129 Four Hamilton Open Face Watches, various models, cases, and dials, including three 17-jewel movements, two in gold-filled cases and one in a glass-back case, and a 21-jewel, fullplate nickel movement in a swing-out case. $200-300

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130 Two Silver Fusee Watches and Two Additional Movements, England, a pair case watch marked on movement Chas. Raymond, #946, ---eroan, and marked on dial William Lane, Colnbrook, an open face engine-turned case with a swing-out movement marked E Tomlin No. 41, London; a movement marked N. Sudderfield, London, and another fusee movement from Liverpool. $200-250 131 14kt Gold Hamilton Hunting Case Watch, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, No. 167292, porcelain Roman numeral dial, sunk seconds, lever-set, stem-wind, 17-jewel, damascened nickel, full-plate movement marked with maker’s name, location, and number as above and 17 Jewels, Adjusted, in a 14kt gold fully engraved Keystone case, dia. 52 mm. $300-500 132 Two Howard Pocket Watches, Boston, both with porcelain Roman numeral dials, sunk seconds and key-wind, key-set movements, one a coin silver hunting case and movement with Mershorn’s and Reed’s patents, No. 4001, dia. 58 mm; the other an unmarked glass-back open face case with movement No. 10119, dia. 53 mm. $300-500 133 Joseph Johnson Gold Open Face Watch, Liverpool, c. 1850, the engine-turned dial with raised Roman numerals, movement inscribed Jos. Johnson, 25 Church Street, Liverpool, No. 11990, patent lever escapement with “Liverpool shades” and balance cock inscribed Patent, 50 mm. Provenance: The Estate of Charles P. Fisher. $100-150 134 14kt Gold Hunting Case Watch and Three Open Face Watches, the hunting case fully engraved, enamel dial with sunk seconds, movement No. 3855834 marked only with manufacturer’s name, dia. 40 mm, a 17-jewel Elgin, no. 20692484, in a 14kt white gold-filled case, dia. 43 mm, an 11-jewel Illinois, no. 2856659, in a 10kt gold-filled case, dia. 44 mm, and a Hamilton with a 17-jewel, model 912 movement, no. 3356390, in a 14kt white gold-filled case, dia. 44 mm. $100-150


136 Waltham “25” Swiss Pocket Watch, dial marked Waltham 25, Incabloc, Antimagnetic, stem-wind, stemset movement marked 25 Jewels, Waltham Watch Co., Swiss, U.S. Pat.2478865, in a 10kt rolled goldplate case, dia. 51 mm. $200-300 137 Three Military Watches, two wristwatches with black dials: one with a cloth strap and dated on back October 1969, the other with a stainless steel strap and dated on back 30 Sep. 86, and a Hamilton 16 size open face pocket watch with a black twenty-four-hour dial marked G.C.T., sweep center seconds, movement marked 4992B, 4C99255, 22 jewels, Adj. Temp. and 6 Positions, dia. 52 mm. $250-450 138 Eight Howard Movements in Varying Condition, various models, including hound and deer marks, six 15- and two 17-jewel movements, no cases. $200-250 139 Time and Alarm Carriage Clock, France, brass and beveled glass case, 2-in. porcelain Roman numeral dial with alarm dial below, eight-day, time and alarm movement with platform escapement, ht. with handle extended 5 3/4 in. $100-150 140 Four Time-only Carriage Clocks, three French, all in travel cases, and a German time and alarm in a clothcovered carrying case. $200-250

141 French Hour-repeating Carriage Clock, Paris, brass and beveled glass case with oval top window, porcelain Roman numeral dial, original silvered platform on the eight-day, time, strike, and repeat on demand movement, backplate marked H J, Paris, ht. with handle extended 7 in. $200-300 142 Tiffany & Co. Travel Clock, number 129704, 2 1/4-in. enameled Arabic numeral dial, sunk seconds bit, in the form of a pocket watch, housed in a leather-bound case; a Septima Watch Co no. 48382, traveling clock; an unmarked 3 1/2-in. Roman numeral dial desk clock; and a Sauter Freres lady’s pocket watch, with engraved case, housed in a leather wristwatch band. $200-400 143 LeCoultre Atmos Clock, Switzerland, No. 122136, with 5-in. round dial, 15-jewel movement powered by changes in temperature and atmospheric pressure, ht. 9 1/4 in. $300-500 144 French Crystal Regulator, brass and beveled glass case, 4-in. porcelain dial with Arabic numerals, eight-day, time and strike movement regulated by a two-jar mercury pendulum, ht. 10 3/4 in. $300-500 145 Inlaid Mahogany German Quarterstriking Bracket Clock, by Winterhalder & Hofmeier, rounded top case with birch and brass inlay, brass bezel, finials, side sound frets and ogee feet, round, 8-in. silvered brass dial with Arabic numerals, eight-day, time and quarter-striking (on two gongs) movement, regulated by a brass pendulum, ht. 19 in. $700-900 146 Belgium Slate Mantel Clock, the flat top case with a 3-in. Roman numeral enameled dial marked with retailer and New York, pierced hands, eight-day, count-wheel strike movement, ht. 10 in. $200-250

147 Synchronome Master Clock, England, c. 1954, No. 5197, with 6-in. twenty-four-hour dial with subsidiary seconds, electromagnet coils covered in black, seconds pendulum with invar rod, all in a rounded-corner oak case, ht. 49 3/4 in. $300-500 148 Three Russian Naval Submarine Clocks, mid-20th century, the brasscased clock with knurled stem-wind, all with 6-in. painted metal Arabic numeral dials and platform escapements. $200-500 149 Time Clock by The Gledhill-Brook Time Recorders Ltd., the oak case with Roman numeral painted tin dial, full glazed door, time keeping mechanism below the hinged access door with brass plaque surrounding the card slot, ht. 45 in. $300-500 150 French “Baker’s” Wall Clock by Auger, Lyon, ebonized case with brass inlay, 9 1/2-in. reverse-painting on glass Roman numeral dial marked with maker’s name and location, springpowered, eight-day, time and strike movement, ht. 23 1/2 in. $200-300 151 French Onyx Dial Wall Clock, 12-in. dial with applied Roman numeral cartouches and pressed brass trim, brass and painted wood inlay dial surround, enclosed by a carved wood frame, eight-day, spring-powered, time and strike movement, all in a 24-in. square, grain-painted case. $400-800 152 Ebonized Baker’s Wall Clock, France, c. 1870, the hinged ebonized oval frame opens to the inlaid brass dial mask and marble Roman numeral dial marked Guilbert-Latour, Chalon/Saone, eight-day, time and strike, springpowered movement with pendulum and gong strike, ht. 26 in. $400-600

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135 Two Open Face Waltham Pocket Watches, both stem-wind and stem-set in gold-filled cases, 17-jewel Riverside model No. 6555359 with double-sunk Arabic numeral dial marked American Waltham, a lady’s fully engraved demi-hunting case with 3/4-in. Roman numeral dial, No. 4362335. $200-250

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153 English Mahogany Double Dial Clock, heavy round mahogany case with a 10-in. Roman numeral dial on each side, copper bezels, powered by a quartz movement attached to the back of each dial, dia. 14 in. $200-300

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154 Black Forest Wag on the Wall Clock, Germany, c. 1840, painted arched wooden dial with 8-in. Roman numeral chapter ring, floral spandrels, and a river scene in the arch, brass and wood, thirty-hour, time, strike, and alarm movement, two tin can weights and a long pendulum, ht. of dial 13 in. $300-500 155 Quarter-chiming Tubular Bell Floor Clock, c. 1950, the case with full-length glass door, silvered Arabic numeral dial and eight-day, time, strike, and quarter-chiming, five tubular bell movement with three weights and pendulum, ht. 77 in. $350-450 156 Colonial Mahogany Grandmother Clock, Zeeland, Michigan, scroll-top case, split columns attached to hood door, glazed waist door, ogee feet, 10-in. metal dial with raised Arabic numerals, spring-powered, eight-day, time and strike movement, flat steel pendulum rod and cylindrical brass bob, ht. 75 1/2 in. $100-200 157 Chelsea Ship’s Bell Clock, Boston, with 3 1/2-in. dia. silvered dial marked “Chelsea Ship’s Bell,” Arabic numerals, threaded bezel, eight-day lever-escapement movement striking the ship’s bell on a gong, case dia. 4 3/4-in., together with a thirty-hour Ingraham “Ionic” shelf clock. $200-300 158 Five Small Brass Clocks, including two Chelsea clocks: a Manhattan and a 2 1/2-in. dial Doric; a Waterbury, another brass case clock, and a tape measure clock. $200-400

159 Seth Thomas Mayflower Model Ship’s Bell Clock, Thomaston, Connecticut, c. 1928, cast brass case with ship’s wheel screw bezel, 4 1/2-in. silvered Arabic numeral dial marked Seven Jeweled, Eight day Ships Bell, Made by Seth Thomas in U.S.A., on a mahogany base, ht. 9 1/4 in. $200-250 160 Chelsea “Round Automobile Clock,” Boston, c. 1906, brass case, unflared screw bezel with serrated edges, 2 3/4-in. silvered dial marked Chelsea in the subsidiary seconds dial and CROSS below the hand shaft, eightday, time-only movement, mounted on a mahogany stand, ht. 5 in. $150-250 161 Seth Thomas “Helmsman” Mantel Clock, the 5 3/4-in. Arabic numeral silvered dial under the hinged ship’s wheel-style bezel, eight-day ship’s bell strike movement, mounted on a mahogany base, base lg. 19 in. $250-450 162 Two Small Chelsea Clocks and Four Others, both Chelsea clocks time-only with 2 3/4-in. dials, one a “Base and Ball” the other an airplane clock; two Westclox Art Deco-style alarm clocks, and two others. $300-500 163 Chelsea “Erickson” Desk Set, retailed by Abercrombie & Fitch, New York, c. 1929, clock and barometer with banded dials under beveled glass, clock dial marked with retailers name and location as above, aneroid barometer and Fahrenheit thermometer, eight-day time-only movement, all on matching base with two pen holders, ht. 6 3/4 x wd. 14 1/8 x dp. 6 in. $300-500 164 Seth Thomas Mark I Boat Clock, Connecticut, c. 1941, No. 14788, 3 1/2-in. black dial with Arabic numerals and marked Mark I Boat Clock, U.S. Navy, No. 14788, 1941, seconds at unusual 12 o’clock position, in a hinged black phenolic case to allow access to the rear wind, set, and stop functions, eight-day time-only movement, all mounted on a wooden base, ht. 7 1/2 in. $300-500

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165 Fulton Ship’s Bell Clock, Fulton Clock Company, the 5-in. white painted Arabic numeral dial marked Fulton Ship’s Bell, hinged bezel and eight-day, time and strike movement. $150-250 166 Walnut Marine Timepiece, with 6-in. Roman numeral metal dial, dual-wind brass timepiece with serpentineshaped plates, lever escapement, Geneva stops, and regulation lever, applied decoration, resting on a shaped rectangular base, clock lg. 17 in. $100-150 167 Ten Car Clocks and a Pocket Watch, including four Walthams, two 37 size, a Premier and a Montgomery-style dial model, a Phinney-Walker rim-wind, an Elgin with square black dial, an Ansonia with the dial marked Oldsmobile, a Brucher & Sons, two eight-day in black phenolic cases, an Elgin 17-jewel with Montgomery dial in a wooden case and four pocket watch holders. $350-650 168 Transitional Shelf Clock by Solomon Stow, Southington, Connecticut, carved pineapple finials, floral stenciled splat, 12-in. painted wood dial with Arabic numerals, door with applied split columns and reverse-painted lower tablet, printed maker’s label on inside of backboard, thirty-hour, wood, time and strike movement, two cast iron weights and brass-faced pendulum ball, all on paw feet, ht. 30 in. $300-500 169 George Mitchell Shelf Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1830, manufactured by Atkins & Down for Mitchell, the mahogany case with carved pineapple finials, stenciled eagle splat, stenciled turned columns flank the full-length door, reverse-painted lower tablet, painted wood Roman numeral dial, eagle hands on the thirty-hour wood movement, with two cast iron weights and a brass-faced pendulum, ht. 29 in. $250-450


171 Birge & Fuller “Candlestick” Steeple Clock, c. 1845, the mahogany case with reverse-painted tablets in doors, painted zinc Roman numeral dial, over the brass, eight-day, time and strike movement, interior label marked in part Patent Accelerating Lever Spring Thirty Hour Brass Clocks, ht. 22 in. $500-700 172 Atkins “London” and Another Rosewood Shelf Clock, Connecticut, Atkins with plain half columns flanking the upper door over the painted zinc dial, printed maker’s label inside, eight-day, time and strike movement regulated by a pendulum, and an Ingraham thirty-hour, bell-strike clock with maker’s label inside, ht. 16 to 16 1/2 in. $200-400 173 E.N. Welch “Ruddygore” and Two Other Walnut Parlor Clocks, Connecticut, the Welch with 5-in. paper on zinc Roman numeral dial, month aperture below hand shaft and day of the month outside of time track, eight-day, time and strike movement with calendar, and two eight-day, time and strike Gilbert clocks, an “Altai” and a “Levant” ht. 19 to 23 in. $150-250 174 Four Terry Cast Iron Shelf Clocks, an eight-day, time and strike, Terry & Andrews flat top with Mother of Pearl inlay, three Terry Clock Company round tops, a thirty-hour timepiece, thirtyhour, time and alarm, and an eight-day, time, strike and alarm, ht. 6 to 14 in. $300-500

175 Two Eight-day Beehive Clocks, Connecticut, each in a rosewood case, the Ansonia with a lion and unicorn lower tablet, maker’s label on inside of backboard and a time and strike movement, the other with a J.J. Beals label has a frosted glass lower tablet and a time and strike movement with an alarm mounted to the case bottom, ht. 19 in. $300-500

180 Three Miniature Connecticut Shelf Clocks, two mahogany, thirty-hour, time-only steeple clocks, one by Jerome & Co. with a painted zinc dial and a lower tablet of Westminster Abbey, the other by E.N. Welch with a paper on zinc dial (replaced) and a floral lower tablet, and an unsigned rosewood round top thirty-hour time and alarm, ht. 12 to 15 1/2 in. $400-600

176 Six Connecticut Shelf Clocks, two Sharp Gothic, a thirty-hour, time, strike and alarm New Haven Clock Co. clock; an eight-day, time and strike Gilbert; a round-top Daniel Pratt & Sons, an eight-day, time and strike; two Welch, thirty-hour, one with time and strike; and a thirty-hour cottage clock, ht. 9 to 20 1/2 in. $200-400

181 Two Mother-of-pearl-decorated Shelf Clocks, both with brass, eightday, time and strike movements, one a papier-mâché front with a 4 1/2-in. paper on zinc Roman numeral dial, glazed brass bezels over the dial and pendulum apertures, the other a scroll-cut wood front with glazed door over the 6 1/2-in. painted zinc Roman numeral dial, lower tablet reversepainting on glass, maker’s label inside backboard marked in part Brewster Manufacturing Co., Bristol, Conn., both ht. 16 1/2 in. $400-600

177 Two J.C. Brown Rosewood Fusee Ripple-front Beehive Clock, Forestville, Connecticut, both rosewood cases with applied ripple moldings, painted zinc Roman numeral dials, brass, thirty-hour, time and strike movements with two fusees mounted in iron bracket below, one lower tablet a mirror, the other frosted glass, ht. 18 1/2 in. $250-350 178 Two Rosewood Steeple Clocks, Connecticut, one a Chauncey Jerome thirty-hour, time and strike movement powered by springs attached to wooden drums in brass brackets mounted to the bottom of the movement, and a Brewster & Ingrahams with an eight-day time and strike movement, ht. 20 to 22 1/2 in. $300-500 179 Two Connecticut Clocks, an E.N. Welch schoolhouse drop octagonal rosewood wall clock, with an eight-day time and strike movement; and a splitbaluster shelf clock with thirty-hour wooden works movement, ht. 25 to 32 in. $150-250

182 Four Lever Escapement Clocks, two A. Stowell & Co. eight-day miniature banjo clocks, with ship scene lower tablets, brass eagle finials and side arms; an S.B. Jerome, mahogany marine shelf clock; and a miniature oak and ebonized trim mantel clock. $200-300 183 China Clock and Garniture, flowers on a wire fence decorate the clock and the vases, 2 1/2-in. printed paper dial marked Made in France, thirtyhour, time-only, lever-escapement movement, ht. 8 1/2 in. $150-200 184 China Clock Garniture, Two Blue Delft-style Clocks, and Four Other China Clocks, figural clock and garniture set, blue Delft-style wall clock and desk clock, two Ansonia, a Waterbury, and one other, ht. to 10 in. $200-300

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170 Tiger Maple Pillar and Scroll Clock, 20th century, scroll-top case with freestanding turned columns flanking the full-length glazed door, lower reverse-painted glass tablet, housing an early 19th century, thirty-hour, wooden movement and dial, powered by two cast iron weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 31 in. $600-800

185 Gilbert “Old Mr. Boston” Advertising Clock, Winsted, Connecticut, c. 1929, with pressed and painted steel case, 6-in. metal dial with raised Arabic numerals, eight-day, time-only, lever movement, ht. 21 3/4 in. $300-500

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186 Two Wooden Gilbert “Old Mr. Boston” Clocks, both in painted wooden cases with eight-day, timeonly, lever movements, the larger with a 6-in. metal dial with raised Arabic numerals, the smaller with painted numerals on a 4-in. metal dial, ht. 10 1/4 to 21 3/4 in. $300-500

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187 Ingraham “Banjo-style” Shelf Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, the banjo-form stained birch case, with a 4 1/2-in. Arabic numeral dial, brass-embellished side arms, black- and gold-painted lower tablet, eight-day, time and gong strike movement, ht. 8 in. $100-150 188 National Calendar Clock Company Shelf Clock, New Haven Clock Company, both dials gold on black and marked Manufactured for National Calendar Clock Co., case grainpainted rosewood and tortoiseshell, spring-powered, eight-day, time and gong strike movement trips the simple calendar mechanism below, ht. 27 in. $200-400 189 Cast Iron Blinking Eye Clock, 20th century reproduction, painted figure of a man with brass bezel over 2 1/2-in. porcelain Roman numeral dial in his mid-section, thirty-hour, time-only movement with lever escapement also runs the moving eyes, ht. 15 1/2 in. $600-800 190 Brewster & Ingraham Rosewood Steeple Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, with painted zinc Roman numeral dial marked as above, thirty-hour time, strike, and alarm, brass movement, printed paper maker’s label inside, ht. 19 3/4 in. $200-250 191 Mahogany Veneered Time and Alarm Shelf Clock, late 19th century, the 4 1/2-in. painted tin dial above the gilt stenciled glass, thirty-hour, time and alarm, spring-powered movement, faux mercury pendulum, ht. 14 in. $100-150

192 Rosewood Veneered Beehive Shelf Clock, c. 1870, Roman numeral paper dial above the reverse-painted eagle lower tablet, brass, eight-day, time and strike, spring-powered movement, ht. 17 1/2 in. $200-250 193 Briggs Conical Pendulum Clock, Forestville, Connecticut, c. 1880, brass, thirty-hour, spring-powered, movement, 2 1/2-in. paper dial on zinc, black-painted wooden base on paw feet. $100-200 194 Forestville Manufacturing Co. Mahogany Ogee Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, with painted wooden dial marked as above, lower glass with floral and starburst design, brass, eight-day, time and strike movement, paper label inside, two cast iron weights, ht. 30 in. $100-150 195 Two Thirty-hour Mahogany Ogee Clocks, Connecticut, c. 1840, a Chauncey Jerome with painted wooden dial and reverse-painted glass depicting a rural scene, and a Clark Gilbert & Co. with painted zinc dial and floral designed reverse-painted glass, both with thirty-hour, time and strike, brass movements and paper labels, ht. 26 in. $300-500 196 Mahogany Veneered Ogee Clock, Forestville Clock Company, Forestville, Connecticut, with printed maker’s label, painted zinc dial, original transfer and paint decorated glass and brass, thirtyhour, time and strike, weight-driven movement, ht. 25 3/4 in. $200-300 197 New Haven Drop Octagon Calendar Clock, rosewood veneer case, 12-in. painted zinc dial, eight-day time-only movement with simple calendar and a pendulum, ht. 24 in. $250-350

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198 Ingraham “Hartford” Regulator Wall Calendar Clock, pressed oak long drop case, 12-in. printed paper dial with Roman numerals, lower door glass marked REGULATOR, eightday, time-only movement with simple calendar, wooden pendulum rod with cast brass ball, ht. 32 in. $300-350 199 Four Small Drop Octagon Schoolhouse Clocks, various makers, two time and strike with calendar, a Sessions in an oak case and a Ansonia in a rosewood case, a Seth Thomas time-only in a mahogany case, and a Seikosha in a grain-painted case, ht. 16 1/2 to 19 in. $300-500 200 Two 19th Century Clocks, an Ansonia rosewood drop octagonal schoolhouse clock with an eight-day, time, strike, and alarm mechanism; and a mahogany steeple clock with a thirty-hour time-only mechanism and reverse-painted lower tablet, ht. 15 to 22 in. $150-250 201 Signs of the Zodiac Brass Wall Clock, New York, E.F. Caldwell & Co., cast brass case with the signs of the zodiac surrounding the 3-in. Roman numeral dial, 15-jewel Swiss watch movement, dia. 5 1/4 in. $200-400 202 Oak Waterbury Drop Octagon Timepiece, Connecticut, c. 1920, with 9-in. printed paper Arabic numeral dial, eight-day, spring-powered, time-only movement, ht. 22 1/2 in. $150-200 203 Ansonia “Regulator A” Wall Timepiece, c. 1900, walnut case, glazed lower door marked Regulator A, 12-in. printed paper dial (replaced), eight-day, time-only movement, ht. 32 in. $200-250 204 Waterbury Mahogany Drop Octagon Wall Clock, Waterbury, Connecticut, c. 1880, 12-in. painted zinc dial, reversepainted lower tablet, eight-day, time and strike movement, ht. 25 in. $200-250


206 Four Large Pocket Watch Clocks, all in plated cases, three time-only by Ingersoll Watch Company, two with dials marked Jumbo Model Ingersoll Watch, and a German time and alarm, dia. 5 1/2 to 7 in. $200-400 207 Six Electric Advertising Clocks, two Dr. Pepper, two Coca-Cola, a Louis Daiches Jeweler, and Champagne Velvet Beer. $200-400 208 Banjo Clock and Book, the mahogany case with rope molded frames enclosing the mirror tablets, painted iron Roman numeral dial, brass, eight-day time-only movement powered by an iron weight, and the book David Harum, clock ht. 32 in. Note: Family history is that this is the clock mentioned on page 108 of the book. $400-600 209 Simon Willard Jr. Mahogany Patent Timepiece or “Banjo” Clock, Boston, c. 1815, the painted Roman numeral dial faintly reads Simon Willard Jr., the case with half-round moldings framing the reverse-painted faux mahogany veneered tablets, eight-day, brass, timepiece movement with period pendulum and lead weight, ht. 32 in. $1,000-1,500 210 Mahogany Patent Timepiece or “Banjo” Clock, Massachusetts, c. 1830, painted iron Roman numeral dial, half-round moldings framing reversepainted tablets, the cracked lower glass depicting a medieval river scene with armored hunter, the waist glass with floral leafage and stenciled border flanked by brass side ornaments, brass, eight-day, timepiece movement with pendulum and lead weight, ht. 30 in. $700-900

211 Mahogany Patent Timepiece or “Banjo” Clock, Massachusetts, c. 1825 with later additions, gilt rope-molded frames enclose the reverse-painted glass tablets, the lower depicting a woman playing a harp, brass side ornaments and bezel, painted iron Roman numeral dial, weight powered, brass, time-only movement, lead weight and a brassfaced pendulum ball, ht. 32 1/2 in. $400-600 212 Seven E.N. Welch “Jewel” Paperweight Clocks, c. 1890, three striking models: a blue and a green with repeat on demand and a violet without repeat function, and four timeonly: a white, two light amber, and a dark amber, ht. 3 3/4 in. $200-400 213 Seven Cast Metal Novelty Clocks, by Ansonia, New Haven, Junghans, and other manufacturers, all with one-day lever movements, three putti figurals, a Junghans with an inset porcelain panel, a bronze herald by Golden Novelty Company, a brass Masonic, and a bronze Art Nouveau, ht. to 15 1/2 in. $200-300 214 Six Ansonia “Bee” Shipping Tins and a “Bee” Clock, Brooklyn, New York, c. 1880, 3-in. diameter tins and lids painted in different colors with graphics printed in black, one tin with a one-day Bee timepiece inside. $200-400 215 Eight Lux Clocks, all in Syroco cases, including “Cape Cod Light House,” “The Village Mill,” “Camel,” “Thrift Cottage,” “Watermill,” “Bungalow,” “Homestead,” and “Swan,” ht. to 11 in. $300-500 216 Seven Lux Clocks, all in Syroco cases, “Parrot,” “The Village Mill,” “Cape Cod Light House,” “Watermill,” “Elf Electric Light,” “Bungalow,” and “Homestead,” ht. to 12 in. $300-500 217 Eighteen Lux Figural Clocks, Waterbury, Connecticut, including two banjos, five Owls (one a thermometer), three waiters, two clowns, a monk, two pendulettes, and three others. $300-500

218 Six Animated Novelty Clocks, Germany and United States, including a rotating eye “Scotty,” a metal front “Cross Eyed Owl,” a French alarm with a mule in a celluloid case, and three Lux “Organ Grinder” alarm clocks, one with a bear, ht. to 6 1/2 in. $250-300 219 Two Ansonia and Five Other Desk Clocks, Ansonia “Gravity Clock” and a “Lotus,” Western Clock Co. with a putto seated on top, a floral bronze case marked Wade Mfg. Co., 60, and three others, ht. 4 to 10 in. $200-300 220 Two Miniature American Clocks, both with lever escapement, time-only movements, a mahogany tall clock with 2-in. gold-tone Arabic dial, broken arch top and raised panel base, ht. 12; and a New Haven banjo, 3 1/2-in. porcelain dial, Mount Vernon lower glass and cast brass eagle finial, ht. 18 in. $100-200 221 Five Small Clocks, various makers, three mini steeple alarm clocks, two by Burroughs and one by New Haven, an eight-day, time-only by Plymouth is a yellow plastic case, and a Horolovar reproduction of the Jerome “Flying Pendulum Clock.” $150-250 222 Nine Miniature American Clocks, various makers and models, including an eight-day double-dial Waltham, two Westclox Tiny Tim, a Waterbury Wasp, a Yale, a Parker & Whipple, two New Haven and a Howard pocket watch in an Art Deco stand. $300-500

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205 “Decker’s Iowana” Wall Clock and Cast Iron Still Bank, the 14 x 14-in. paper over tin dial reading Decker’s Iowana Worlds Best Ham’s & Bacon, enclosed in a mahogany stained wood frame, eight-day time-only movement, together with a gold-washed cast iron pig bank engraved Decker’s Iowana, pig ht. 2 1/2 in. $200-400

223 Approximately Twenty-five Miniature Clocks, including American, French, Swiss, and German manufacturers. $150-250 224 Seven Desk and Alarm Clocks, Connecticut, various makers, all in small chrome drum cases with dials 2-in. and under, three Ansonia, two with alarms, two New Haven with alarms, a Parker, and Waterbury timepieces. $200-400

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225 Nine Metal Clocks, various makers, including two electrics, a saddled horse and a cartoon figural, two Ansonia square alarms, two Lux bank clocks, a tambour bank clock, a Seikosha in the shape of a tank, and cast metal wild boar, ht. to 11 1/2 in. $200-300

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226 Five Presidential Figural Clocks, two “F.D.R. The Man of the Hour,” a “W. McKinley,” a “Steersmen,” and an electric “Roosevelt at the Wheel for a New Deal,” ht. to 15 in. $200-300 227 Black Leather Fire Helmet, with brass high-eagle and shield Perseverance 5 BFD, lg. 14 1/2 in. $300-500 228 Gamewell Upright Call Bell, Newton Upper Falls, Massachusetts, the electrically operated single-stroke bell attached near the center of the base between the operating magnets and the adjusting screws, all on an oak base, ht. 7 1/2 x wd. 9 1/2 x dp. 5 1/4 in. $300-600 229 Five Brass Fire Hose Nozzles, including a Wooster Brass Company double handle, a Rockwood 1 1/2in. water fog, a Blanchard 1 1/2-in. articulated nozzle, a chromed Elkhart Chief, a cord-wrapped Boston Woven Hose & Rubber Company 30-in. playpipe and an Akron Brass ball bearing hose coupler. $400-600 230 Fire Helmet Plaques, Badges and Patches, plaques including six from Pepperell, three from Reading, and one in a frame with five patches, two badges and three buttons, one each from Fiskeville, Palisades Park, and VSFD. $200-400 231 Four Cairns & Brother Fire Helmets, Clifton, New Jersey, 20th century, all with brass eagle front piece holders, two model 5A, 8 comb leather, one black, one white, a model 900 and a model 880. $300-600

232 Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph Station Box, New York, c. 1900, arch-top cast iron case with hinged door marked Fire Alarm Telegraph Station, 26, The Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph Co., New York, cast “T” handle replaces the original door lock, on a wooden stand, ht. 14 in. $150-250 233 Painted Leather Fire Bucket, America, 19th century, painted red with black collar and handle, black number “1” with ochre lining, ht. including handle 17 in. $200-300 234 Patent Leather Fireman’s Belt “Liberty,” white belt and applied letters on red ground, red edge trim, brass buckle of a wreath around number “5,” lg. 37 in. $200-400 235 Patent Leather Fireman’s Belt “Protection Hose,” white belt with applied black letters, black edge trim with red stitching, lg. 40 in. $200-400 236 Patent Leather Fireman’s Belt “Independence,” white belt and letters applied to black ground, red edge trim, lg. 39 in. $300-500 237 Patent Leather Fireman’s Belt “Active Hose,” white belt with applied black letters, black edge trim, matching slider marked Hose 6, lg. 42 in. $150-250 238 Hydrant Pressure Gage by Star Brass Company, Boston, c. 1895, the silvered 6 3/4-in. dial marked in part Hydrant Pressure, 0-100, Star Brass Mfg. Co., non-corrosive, Boston, with a center mounted indicator hand, all in a nickel-plated case, dia. 8 1/2 in. $200-400 239 Seven Fire Badges, including the Chelsea, Lynn, and West Reading fire departments, two from Boston, Boston Sparks Association, Box 52 Association and two others. $100-200

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240 Patent Leather Fireman’s Belt “Pepperell,” Boston, black belt with applied white letters on red ground, white edge trim and matching slider marked Union 2, lg. 40 in. $150-250 241 Five Oil Lanterns, including two Dietz: a Royal and a Vesta with a red globe, a hand-held nautical signal lamp, and two others, ht. without handle 6 1/2 to 14 in. $200-400 242 Five Firefighting Related Books, 19th century, Braidwood, James, On the Construction of Fire-Engines and Apparatus, the Training of Firemen, and the Method of Proceeding in Cases of Fire, Edinburgh, 1830, both boards detached, spine fabric missing, some loose pages, with eight plates; Roper, Stephen, Handbook of Modern Steam Fire-Engines, Philadelphia, David McKay, 1897, second edition, front cover and free end paper detached; Barnes, David M., Visit of Tivoli Hose Co. to Philadelphia Oct. 1854, Albany, 1855, private printing; Somerville fire department log book 1872-1882, and Somerville Official Fire Alarm and Street Directory, 1895-’96. $1,000-1,500 243 Gamewell Electro-Mechanical Gong & Four Badger’s Fire Extinguishers, the gong with cast iron base, two electrical connection lugs, 10-in. bell with center wind for mechanical component, three 2 1/2- and one 1 1/4-gallon Badger’s soda-acid fire extinguishers, ht. 20 to 23 1/2 in. $200-400 244 Three Reproduction Leather Fire Buckets, United States, 20th century, one black with gold lettering, stamped on bottom Belyea 1988, one in teal blue with brown collar marked Hingham, 1803, Mutual Fire Society, David J. M. Proctor, stamped on bottom A. Addoms, maker, Hingham, the last in brown with a decal of a hand-pump fire engine, marked in part on bottom Cairns & Brother, Inc., ht. with handles 17 to 20 in. $150-250


246 Tycos Mercury Column Vacuum Gauge, Rochester, New York, c. 1910, glass tube and reservoir, brass scale marked 0-31, enclosed in a steel and brass case, mounted on a wooden board, ht. 51 in. $150-250 247 Lambrecht’s Dual Gauge Oak Wall Plague, with cased barometer, and hygrometer above the enameled plague reading Zeigerstand vor 8 Uhr morgens, and a paper ledger, ht. 21 in. $200-400 248 Cast Bronze Rudder Gauge and Whistle Control System Lever, 20th century, the rudder gauge with a layered black and white arch-shaped plastic dial divided 0-35 for right and left rudder, two arrow markers, one marked Rudder the other Helm in red paint, ht. 13 in.; the 6-in. diameter controller marked in part Willett-Bruce, Chadburns (Liverpool) LTD, with a pinch lever switch. $300-500 249 Four Ship’s Gauges, three 4-in. gauges and a 4 1/2-in. gauge, one marked Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co. $300-500 250 Three Brass-cased Gauges, a black dial clinometer, a white dial gauge marked PORT. HEEL. STBD., and a small gauge with bubble level. $200-400 251 Two Gauge Indicators with Black Dials, a double-dial gauge marked Multiple Director Train Indicator MK 94 MOD.O, and a shaft revolution indicator, dial reading from 0-380, dial dia. 7 1/2 in. $300-500

252 Six Brass and Copper Cased Gauges, first half 20th century, four with 6 1/2-in. dials, manufactured by Joseph Tomey & Sons and Sydney Smith & Sons, with directional plaques, an Ashcroft Mfg Co. gauge with center aperture showing the works, and red and black hands, the 9-in. dial Sydney Smith & Sons gauge marked Inches of Mercury. $800-1,200 253 Three Brass-cased Jas. P. Marsh Gauges, Chicago, Illinois, 6- and 8-in. black dial gauges, both with scale readings from 0-4000, marked as above, the 7-in. silvered dial with an eight-digit odometer-type counter, and marked Ellicott Machine Corporation Baltimore, MD. $400-600 254 C.S. Hammond & Co. 12-inch Terrestrial Globe, 20th century, twelve printed gores, noon and midnight calibrated ring at the pole, resting on a cast iron claw-foot tripod base, ht. $300-500 255 Two 6-inch Russian Celestial Globes, 20th century, both with cast aluminum rings and fitted boxes, one with horizon ring having degree and hour markings and sliding vernier. $600-800 256 Two Russian Naval Celestial Globes c. 1960, each with a 7-in. yellow paper gore globe featuring constellations, with Russian markings and metal meridian and equatorial rings, all housed in bound carrying cases with gun metal clasps, case dia. 9 1/2 in. $300-500 257 Admiral Fitzroy’s Mahogany-cased Barometer, England, 19th century, the barometer, thermometer and storm glass tubes laid over the lithographed paper dial with Admiral Fitzroy’s Remarks on rising and falling of the mercury, ht. 37 in. $200-400

258 Tycos Surveyor’s Stick Barometer, Taylor Instrument Companies, Rochester, New York, with black anodized stick, silvered dials and vernier, thermometer, and mercuryfilled cistern, ht. 39; and a French desk barometer marked Chavannaz Opt. Bordeaux, dia. 5 in. $800-1,200 259 Toniere Mahogany Wheel Barometer, Edinburgh, 19th century, the broken swan’s neck pediment over the silvered dry/damp dial and thermometer, convex circular mirror, brass bezel surrounding the engraved 8-in. dial, and a level roundel marked Toniere Edinburgh, ht. 38 in. $500-700 260 Gimbaled Mahogany Stick Barometer, with a hinged door opening to reveal the engraved brass dial and alcohol thermometer, terminating in a brass cistern, lg. 37 in. $300-500 261 Gimbaled Brass Stick Barometer, unmarked, 20th century, with mercury thermometer in throat, lg. 38 in. $300-500 262 Mahogany Stick Barometer, with a pitch pediment above the hinged door opening to the silvered dial with an alcohol thermometer, exposed glass mercury tube in throat, terminating in a turned cistern cover, lg. 37 in. $200-250 263 Gimbaled Brass Stick Barometer, 20th century, the beveled glass plate encasing the engraved brass dial with scales reading in “INS. and M/M,” sliding vernier and adjustment knob, lg. 38 in. $300-500

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245 Five Brass Cased English Gauges, 20th century, four with 5 1/2-in. dials and one with a 6 1/2-in. dial, all mounted on a pine board, lg. 54 in. $200-400

264 L-Caminada Mahogany Wheel Barometer, the broken swan’s neck pediment over the dry/damp dial and alcohol thermometer, convex circular mirror, engraved brass dial marked L-Caminada, and a level roundel, ht. 39 in. $300-500

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265 Brass Ship’s Pendant Chandelier, c. 1910, the swan’s neck six-arm chandelier with scalloped and etched glass shades, three arms mounted in the upward position originally gas fired and the other three arms in the downward position electrified, switch marked Bryant, ht. 20 in. $500-700

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266 John E. Hand & Sons Co. Wet Card Gimbaled Compass, Philadelphia, mid 20th century, the 7 1/2-in. compass card suspended in liquid with cardinal points in block letters, and marked Philadelphia-Hand-Baltimore, outer ring calibrated 0-360, all housed in a fingerjointed mahogany box. $400-600 267 Two Deck Compasses, a 4-in. compass card marked Danforth Express, cardinal points and 0-360 scale, all under the dome-shaped glass, hinged hood, serial number A17934; an unmarked compass with outer ring with cardinal points and scale, marked Type P4A No 44891, all resting in a spring-loaded body, and fitted to a mahogany case. $200-300 268 Kelvin Bottomley & Baird Gimbaled String Compass, early 20th century, a 10-in. paper dial with intermediate and cardinal points, interior white-painted bowl, brass gimbal and outer bowl, ht. 7 1/4 in. $300-500 269 Sperry Gyro-Compass Repeater, manufactured by Package Machine Co., first quarter 20th century, the brass housing holding the gimbaled 8-in. compass, dial marked in center Mark XV MODO.O, cardinal points in block letters, and outer ring reading 0-360, all sitting on a turned mahogany pedestal. $200-300 270 Dual Burner A-B Lyth Brass and Mahogany Compensating Binnacle, 20th century, the brass hood with circular viewing lens enclosing the gimbaled compass marked A-B Lyth Stockholm, the brass wings supporting the red- and green-painted compensating spheres above the octagonal mahogany base, ht. 54 1/2 in. $600-800

271 “The Williams Trimometer,” Henry Brown & Son Ltd., London, No. 336, the walnut case with a hinged upper door, brass corner brackets and circular trim adjustment knob with increments from 0-12-0, the interior housing with a white enameled plate and measurement markings from 360 to 560, all mounted on a black metal and mahogany bracket, instrument lg. 18 in. $200-300 272 Dual Burner Pilot Brass and Mahogany Binnacle, first half 20th century, the triangular hood with viewing window enclosing the gimbaled compass marked Pilot on the ring and compass card, all resting on the octagonal mahogany base, ht. 50 1/2 in. $500-700 273 19th Century Cross-section Cable Samples, Europe, nine examples including Air Space Cable 4 Wire Isle of Wight Telephone, Zandvoort Cable 4 Wire, and Deep Sea Cable 6 Wire Standard Type, all housed in a glazed hinged-lid box, wd. 12 x dp. 12 x ht. 5 in. $300-500 274 Five Brass Nautical Items, 20th century, two miniature brass and wood ship’s wheels, a small doublebladed prop marked in part Made by Pitchometer, California; a 12-in. Clark Cooper hydraulic horn; and a 18 1/2in. spigot. $200-300 275 Four Brass Pumps, late 19th early 20th century, one marked Made by W.W. Brown Randolph VT., another Perko with a 2 1/2-in. main tube, and two others, lg. 20 to 32 in. $250-350 276 Kelvin & Wilfrid O. White Compensating Binnacle, first half 20th century, the copper triangular hood with small viewing lens, enclosing the gimbaled compass marked Kelvin White Boston New York, brass wings supporting the black-painted compensating spheres attached to the segmented teak body with hinged door on rear and plague reading as above, ht. 50 in. $700-900

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277 Kelvin & Wilfrid O. White Co. Compensating Binnacle, first half 20th century, mushroom-shaped copper and brass hood enclosing the gimbaled compass marked as above, degaussing rings attached to the central section above the brass arms that are supporting the green and red painted spheres, all above the circular mahogany base, ht. 51 in. $700-900 278 Two Victorian Cast Iron Water Pumps, late 19th century, one marked with an embossed image of a “crest lion” and reading “Lion,” with a ball valve shut off, the other marked All British Made with an embossed flag, and floral decoration around the spigot, lg. 28 to 31 in. $200-400 279 Brass Ship’s Telltale Binnacle Compass, first quarter 20th century, the brass housing with twin quadrantal correctors painted red and green on arms marked with scales 6-11, interior 4-in. gimbaled compass having a viewing port with a mirror and magnification lens, riveted tag on exterior reading Patt. 922-Z No. 5443W. $250-450 280 Pair of Brass Port and Starboard Ships Lights, mid-20th century, the port light with green lens marked Port AP 17248 S&A 1961, the starboard red lens light marked starboard AP 17249 S&A 1968, lg. 11 x wd. 7 x dp. 13 1/2 in. $150-250 281 Two Painted Navigation Lanterns, 19th century, a green-painted “onion” lamp with wrought iron cage with two candle mounts and a red glass lens; and a yellow-painted running light with a bulbous red lens, both electrified, ht. 20 in. $200-400 282 Two Brass Ship’s Wheels and a Propeller, 20th century, the 30-in. eight-spoke wheel with hub marked Gen. & Mar. Tr. Amsterdam, the other unmarked with six spokes, both with turned wood handles; the 23-in. sixblade propeller marked 16854. $200-400


284 Three Brass Ship’s Steam Whistles, last quarter 19th century, two small deck whistles, one marked Trademark Crosby, both with brass plate mounting brackets, lg. 15 and 17, a large whistle fixed to a wood base, lg. 41 1/2 in., and an electric emergency horn. $300-500 285 Brass Propeller Anemometer, airplane-form with aluminum propeller, mounted to allow 360 degree rotation, tail to keep propeller pointed into the wind, on a heavy mounting plate with seven electrical connections, ht. 30 in. Note: These anemometers are also known as aerovanes as they tell both wind speed and direction from one unit. $300-500 286 Two Brass Foghorns and a Large Brass Engine Room Bell, first quarter 20th century, the 20-in. copper pneumatic horn stamped Clark Copper Philadelphia Type 6 on the base and Clark Cooper Co. Palmyra NJ on the horn stem; the brass 23-in. adjustable pump horn stamped Original Makrofon; and a 18-in. dia. brass signal bell with iron bracket and sounding arm. $250-350 287 Van Tromp Foghorn, Boston, c. 1867, the black-painted tin cylinder with the pump handle on one end and the horn opposite, embossed brass label marked Van Tromp Fog Horn, Manufactured by the National Alarm Co., Patented Jan. 29, 1867, Boston, lg. 49 in. $200-400

288 P.J. Bryant Copper Greenhouse Heater and a Tank Pump, England, central water reservoir marked P.J. Bryant, Bristol, dual level tubes extending out each side, ht. 13 x wd. 42; the copper pump with turned wood handle centering the reservoir tank, 22-in. long spigot with brass ball valve marked Farrow & Jackson Ltd London, ht. 52 in. $400-800 289 Collection of Brass Objects, 19th and 20th century, three double-bladed propellers, a triple-blade propeller, a pierced bicycle seat, and two bells, propeller lg. 11 to 15 in. $250-350 290 Two Brass Buoy Lights and Three Life Buoys, 20th century, the 29-in. buoy light with red painted wooden float, colorless glass lens, and patent label reading both in Japanese and English in part Approved No. 662 Water Light Electric, the 25-in. light with red painted Styrofoam float, and three life buoys, one marked Light Buoy Stanton, ht. 12 to 17 in. $500-700 291 Six Brass Bilge Pumps, late 19th/ early 20th century, five with turned wood handles on the pump shaft, one marked Rumsey & Co. Seneca Falls NY with cast iron foot pedal and bladder, five with custom-made wood and brass wall brackets, lg. 19 to 31 in. $300-500 292 Two Naval Ship Rangefinders, first half 20th century, a 36-in. galvanized steel and brass rangefinder marked Barr and Stroud Ltd. No. 12MK VIII, and an unmarked 43 1/2-in. brass and copper finder, both marked with French and Dutch patent plaques. $250-350 293 19th Century Cast Iron Apparatus, Boston Machine Co., cast iron plates stamped Reed’s Patent, No 6, Boston Machine Co., 1878, center shaft with two adjustable jaws and mounting brackets, lg. 44 1/2 in. $200-300

294 Brass and Red-painted “Stork” Plaque, Hengelo, Holland, c. 1947, the plaque with bold raised letters reading Stork Hengelo Holland 1947, and company logo, with engraved crosshatched red-painted background, wd. 33 1/2 x ht. 19 3/4 in. $150-250 295 Collection of Brass Nautical Hardware, early 20th century, four Kirk Habicht & Co. cabin door latches, two with closed loop handles and two with hook-end handles; two 25-in. turnbuckles; and an 18 3/4-in. pierced scupper plate. $350-450 296 Brass Hydraulic Ship’s Air Horns, Leslie Tyfon, Lyndhurst, New Jersey, first quarter 20th century, a dual set of 75-L horns marked on the tubes as above, and two 25-in. horns, one marked Leslie Tyfon 200. $400-600 297 Copper and Brass Ship’s Light or Buoy, unmarked, first half 20th century, hinged copper upper dome above the divided glass center section having eight panes with interior prisms, all resting on the lower bowl, ht. 32 in. $400-600 298 Wet/Dry Bulb Hygrometer by Huddleston, Boston, 20th century, the mahogany case with wed and dry thermometer, the wet and thermometer scale marked with maker’s name, the dry marked Hygrophant, center revolving scale to percent relative humidity, ht. 11 3/4 in. $150-250 299 Seven Brass Spyglasses, mid to late 19th century, sizes varying from 6 to 19-in. with multiple draws and objective lenses from 1 to 2-in., one marked T. Harrison & Son London, another marked Thomas Jones Liverpool, both with wood sleeves. $800-1,200

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283 Bendix Copper and Brass Naval Vessel Telegraph, 20th century, the 16 1/2-in. faceplate marked Bendix Brooklyn, N.Y., single control handle, with interior brass bell and tag reading in part Bendix Aviation Corporation Marine Division No. 4244. $300-500

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300 2-inch Brass Telescope, 20th century, the 38-in. barrel tube marked on eyepiece draw Those J. Eveaos London, rack focusing cylinder, dust cap, and an adjustable brass and rosewood tripod, mounting bracket stamped 30. $800-1,200

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301 “Modle Jury Rudder” in a Brass and Glass Case, 19th century, the 17-in. rudder made of wood panels woven with jute and string with a leather-wrapped handle and a lead edge, the brass case engraved Modle Jury Rudder, Originated, Constructed, and Successfully used by Capt. J. G. Lawton of Massachusetts in conducting the ship Warren into the Port of New York after a Passage of 109 days from Glasgow, in the winter of 1850 & 51, and by him Presented to P.T. Heartt Esq. U.S. Consul Glasgow 25th Dec. 1856. $200-400 302 Two Multi-draw Spyglasses, 19th century, a four-draw mahogany barrel spyglass marked Jas. Bafsnett Liverpool, the other with a leatherbound barrel and three-draw marked Theobald, Optician, 20 Church St. Kensington, W. “The “Eclipse.” $200-300 303 U.S. Navy BU Ship’s Spyglass, 16X Mark II MOD.I, the 30 1/2-in. jute-wrapped spyglass, serial number 36255, housed in a fitted box. $300-350 304 Nineteen Wood Instrument Cases, for microscopes and surveying equipment. $200-400 305 T. Cook Brass Theodolite, London, No. 530, with an 8-in. scope, enclosed vertical and horizontal scales with dual aperture windows and adjustable magnifiers, all sitting on adjustable tripod feet, ht. 13 in. $300-500 306 Approximately Twenty Instrument Cases, for transits, microscopes, and other scientific instruments. $200-400

307 Leeuwenhoek’s Reproduction Microscope, S.S. Forceps, XX62 000 06, with brass plates, convex lens, specimen-holder pin, and translator screw and rod, lg. 2 3/4 in. $200-400

313 Philip Harris & Co. Spectroscope, Birmingham, England, the blackpainted instrument with an 8-in. scope, collimator, and horizontal enclosed silver scale, ht. 9 in. $300-500

308 Three German Compound Microscopes, 20th century, a Leitz and C. Reichert with triple nosepieces, square stages, plano/convex mirrors, and U-shaped bases, the Steindorff & Co. with quadruple nosepiece, circular stage, and mirror, ht. 11 1/2 to 13 in.; together with four additional eyepieces and brass canisters. $200-400

314 Unmarked Spectroscope, with 6-in. scope on a rotating arm, collimator tube on a stationary arm, prism and side tube, adjustable stem with knurled lock-down screw, all resting on a painted cast iron tripod base, ht. 9 in. $200-250

309 Compound Microscope by Cooke, Troughton & Simms and a Toolmaker’s Microscope, compound microscope with monocular and binocular eyepieces, nosepiece with four lenses, rack focus moving the stage with micrometer adjustments in two directions; the Mitutoyo Type B1 tool maker’s compound microscope with monocular eyepiece, spring action XY stages with micrometer adjustment knobs calibrated in inches, ht. from 13 to 19 in. $300-500 310 C. Plath 7-inch Pierced Sextant, 20th century, brass scale calibrated 0-120, rack and pinion vernier, sunshades, horizon mirror, all in a fitted carrying case. $200-300 311 W. & L.E. Gurley Engineer’s Transit, Troy, New York, 5 1/2-in. silvered compass marked as above, fleur-de-lis representing north, scale divided in four quadrants, dual spirit levels, enclosed horizontal scale, A-frame supports with an 10 1/2-in. scope, rack focusing, all on four adjustable screw feet, in a fitted mahogany case with label, instrument ht. 13 in.; together with a 22-in. scope. $500-700 312 Three U.S. Naval Instruments, 20th century, two Mark II sextants with pierced frames, index arms, horizon mirrors, and adjustable vernier knobs, both housed in wood boxes and having collimation certificates, a gunner’s quadrant with a cast iron base, pierced body, adjustable index arm, and scale marked 0-110. $350-550

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315 Adam Hilger Spectroscope, London, no. D2304, with tag reading Imported by James G. Biddle, telescope and collimator tubes and calibrated drum, all resting on a cast iron tripod base, ht. 13 in. $300-500 316 Unmarked Spectroscope, collimator slit with fine adjustment knob with dial, its arm with a horizontal fine adjusting tangent screw to vernier, counterbalance weight, all resting on a cast iron tripod base. $800-1,200 317 A. Hilger Oxidized Brass and Cast Iron Instrument, London, the pivoting arm engraved as above and Fanny R.M. Hitchcock, 4-in. mirror at one end and a clock mechanism encased in a circular housing at the other, all resting on the tripod cast iron base, ht. 20 in. $500-700 318 John Browning Brass Spectroscope, 139 Strand, London, 7478, with a 9-in. telescope and collimator, both with rack focusing, horizontal enclosed scale engraved as above, all resting on a cast iron tripod base, ht. 8 in. $800-1,200 319 French Astronomy Instrument, 31 Rue Humboldt, Paris, the 12-in. tube having a rack focusing eyepiece on one end and a prism on the other, trough compass and bull’s-eye level above, sitting on a rotational platform with scale marked 0-360, and vernier, all resting on three adjustable feet with a fitted mahogany case and assortment of accessories. $300-500


321 Group of Scientific Instruments, a laboratory collimator on a turned wood stand with prism housed in the circular tube; an incomplete spectroscope engraved Elliot Bro London; and a black pained and iron spectroscope. $400-600 322 U.S. Army Air Corps Computer Time Conversion Instrument, Fairchild Aviation Corp., Type A-5, the black anodized metal box with dials reading in Sidereal Time, Greenwich Civil Time, and Longitude, and two rotational setting/clearing knobs, wd. 6 1/2 x dp. 3 x ht. 4 3/4 in. $200-400 323 Moore Astro Navigator MK II, O.H. Kampf Ltd., Dorset, England, the stationary “Latitude” plate hinged to the “Declination” plate that rides along the brass “Hour Angle,” the “Zenith Distance” ring calibrated 0-110 with a clear plastic protractor set at 0, all housed in a fitted box with instructional manual. $200-400 324 Unitron Astro Camera, model 220, the wood frame enclosing the groundglass screen, three plates, all in a fitted finger-jointed box. $200-400 325 Carl Zeiss Spectrometer and Base, the lens marked Glasachromat f=248 Carl Zeiss, large prism (chips), drum, all on an aluminum tripod base, ht. 17 in. $300-500

326 Collection of Instrument Lenses and Accessories, a Franz Schmidt & Haensch collimator tube, a Bausch & Lomb eyepiece, a R&J Beck ultra violet spectroscope, boxed set of lenses, a Carl Zeiss, no. 1256 spectroscope lens, a R. Fuess boxed lens attachment, and a mahogany spectrometer camera. $400-600 327 Cased Radial OTT Planimeter, Schacht & Westerich, Hamburg, Germany, No. 20142, dual weighted chrome rollers, and tracer arm, all housed in a velvet-lined fitted case. $200-300 328 Two Double-sided Arithmetic Chromo-Lithograph Compendiums, The Diamond Publishing Co., copyrighted 1894, both having colorful graphics, one teaching fractions and labeled Fractions Illustrated along the top boarder, the other reading Practical measurement, both with suggestions and directions type, frame dimensions lg. 41 3/4 x wd. 28 1/4 in. $200-300 329 Apothecary Balance Beam Scale, 19th century, single brass stem with foot peddle, single-drawer mahogany cabinet, set of brass weights, box of glass vials and eye wash cups, and a chrome plated vial case marked Military Pat. May 22 1900, scale height 10 in. $100-150 330 Amos Stevens Brass Partial Hanging Scale, Boston, 19th century, the brass body marked Amos Stevens Boston, scale calibrated 1-20 on one side and 10-80 on the other, and a tin-cased counterweight, lg. 25 in. $200-400 331 Group of Telegraph Instruments, late 19th and early 20th century, including two Signal Electric Mfg. Co, a Federal Enterprises Inc. pony relays, a Bunnell & Co. a Western Electric sounding relays, two Vibroflex, and two others. $200-400

332 Four Early Telegraph Instruments, first quarter 20th century, a rockertype key marked Bunnell with brass bedplate and steel arm; two sounder and lever key combination sets, one marked Bunnell the other Signal Electric Mfg. Co., both on a wood base; and a Bunnell resonator in a wood box atop a cast iron base, ht. 15 1/2 in. $200-300 333 Two 19th Century Balance Scales, an R. Vandom London, with tripod base, turned center column, adjustable-height pedal terminating in a disc-shaped pad, and two pans, ht. 20 1/2-in.; a scale with a turned brass center column, beam marked Avery, mahogany base and two pans, ht. 23 in.; and parts of a H. Pooley & Son scale, including a pan with fleur-de-lisshaped chains, pierced beam, and a square flat pan. $300-500 334 19th Century Cast Iron Book Press, with traces of pinstriping and geometric painted designs, single shaft handle, plate size 13 x 10 in. $200-400 335 Group of Ophthalmology Material, early 20th century, two boxed optometrists exam lens kits, five glass eye wash cups, eight glass or prosthetic eyes, four wired framed spectacles, and a embossed colorless glass bottle reading Murine Eye Remedy Co.. $600-800 336 Large Group of Ceramic Pharmaceutical Jars and Bottles, 20th century, a large Staffordshire style pedestal-type “Leech” jar with blue and gold paint, stoneware jugs with paper labels, medicinal bottles, two phrenology skulls, and other assorted pieces, approximately fifty pieces in all. $300-500

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320 John Browning Spectroscope, 68 Strand, London, the horizontal disc engraved as above and calibrated 0-120 with magnifier, fine adjustment knob for vernier, dual prisms (lacking), 11-in. scope with rack and pinion focusing and collimator tube (lacking collimator), all raised on a center shaft and tripod base, instrument ht. 11 1/2 in. $300-500

337 Collection of Military Medical Related Material, eight pieces of china marked United States Army Medical Department, buttons, pins, medals, nurses caps, a Red Cross poster, two framed Harper’s Weekly prints, and 1920s Red Cross flag, a German bandage (unopened), model twentyfour first aid pouch, canvas medical and surgeon kits, and other items. $800-1,200

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338 George C. Frye Cased Surgical Set, Portland, Maine, the stainless steel instruments in a leather-bound fitted interior, and faux alligator hinged leather case, lg. 11 1/4 in. $200-300

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339 Large Group of Medical Instruments, 19th and 20th century, examples in blood letting, dental, gynecology, neurology, surgery, and obstetrics, mostly stainless-steel-bladed instruments, some with bone or wood handles. $150-200 340 Collection of Seven Microscopes, two Martin Drum-type microscope, a Bausch & Lomb monocular microscope, two Spencer microscopes: one with a triple nosepiece, the other a dissecting microscope in wood case, a drum or botanical slide microscope, a Queen & Co. monocular microscope, condensing lens, and two other viewing apparatuses. $150-250 341 Large Collection of Medical Instruments, otoscopes, auriscope, stainless steel and glass ear syringes, binaural and monaural stethoscopes, hearing horns, and other otology instruments. $400-600 342 Five Medical Quackery Devices, a cased Master Violet Ray, Energex, and Master Violet Ray No 11, a Dry Cell Unique Electro-Medical Apparatus in a cherry box, and a stainless steel Electreat pain reliever, all in their original boxes. $150-250 343 Thirteen Mortar and Pestles, 19th 20th century, examples in wood, ceramic, brass, and metal, ht. 4 to 7 in. $150-250 344 Large Collection of Apothecary and Glass Medicine Bottles, 19th and 20th century, many with gilt or paper labels, approximately eighty bottles in all. $200-300

345 Two Colorless Glass Show Globes, 20th century, one with dual globes resting on a stepped base and ringed collar, both having stoppers, ht. 10 to 26 in. $200-300 346 Collection of Medical Advertising Signs and Ephemera, approximately one hundred stereoscope skin clinic cards, city of Boston surgeon license plate, books, four tinted lantern slides, and other material. $200-300 347 Walt Disney Sulfa Drug Educational Comic, Look magazine, 1944, the framed and matted comic depicting the uses of the sulfa family, wd. 26 1/4 x ht. 19 1/4 in. $200-400 348 Twelve Framed “Men of the Day” Vanity Fair Prints, c. 1900, nos. 17, 415, 483, 564, 784, 1084, 1214, with certificate of authenticity and registration documentation, and five others. $150-250 349 “The New Look at Tissue” Exam Poster, Pfizer Laboratories Division, 1969, lg. 68 1/2 in. $100-200 350 Warner’s “Safe Nervine” Tiger Advertising Lithograph, H.H. Werner & Co., lower center reading Mensing & Stecher Rochester NY, framed, (not examined out of frame), 24 1/2 x 33 in., together with a “Finalgia Tablets” print. $150-250 351 Five Medical Related Prints, two Vanity Fair prints, two Rowlandson Del prints, one The Anatomist the other Macassar Oil, and a graphite drawing of Dr. Robertson. $150-250 352 Two Reverse-painted Medical Trade Signs, early 20th century, a gilt and black painted Foley’s Dental Rooms., and a foil-backed One A Day Vitamins, both framed, lg. 16 3/4 to 23 1/4 in. $200-250

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353 Ten Framed Surgical Room Prints, reproductions of major paintings of operating theatres. $150-250 354 Oak Pharmaceutical Cabinet, c. 1900, split glass hinged door reading Pharmacy 1900, five shelves containing examples of early 20th century medicine in glass, tin, and cardboard canisters, ht. 32 x wd. 25 x dp. 6 in. $200-300 355 Collection of Medical Related Tins, 19th and 20th century. $200-400 356 Two Stainless Steel and Glass Medical Cabinets, one with two glass shelves and an enameled plaque on door reading in part T. Noonan & Sons, Boston, Mass, the other with wire shelf and door reading Antiseptic Sterilizer, ht. 9 1/2 to 13 /4 in. $200-250 357 Four Doris Appel Sculptures, 20th century, an Osler, a Maimonides, and two Imhoteps, all signed on the side, and unsigned bust of Hippocrates, ht. 10 in. $100-150 358 Collection of Stainless Steel Medical Instruments, mahoganycased bone-handled stomach pump, gynecology tools, sterilization boxes, ENT instruments, and other related medical tools. $500-600 359 Collection of Hospital Room and Laboratory Supplies, enameled blue and white bedpans, sterilization boxes, glass beakers, bottles, and flasks, and a measuring scale. $250-350 360 Framed Collection of “Wills’s Cigarette” Cards, series “50,” three framed examples, each containing nine cards, W.D. & H.O. Wills, Bristol & London, (not examined out of frame). $150-200


362 Three Medical Bags, a zippered travel bag with stainless steel instruments, a Santa Fe City Schools nurse’s bag, a leather bound doctor’s bag stamped Fred Mayes, containing instruments, bandages, and other doctor’s tools. $200-400 363 Three Framed French Medical Related Bookplates, “Dessiné d’apres nature pan N.H. Jacob.” $150-250 364 Framed Massachusetts Medical Ephemera, a pen and ink and watercolor image of the Boston City Hospital, a discharge record from Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital, 1898, and an architect’s rendering of the exterior of the Massachusetts Homeopathic Hospital, all framed. $100-150 365 Four Medical Apparatuses, a boxed blood transfuser by Madison Kip Corp, a boxed Davidson Pneumothorax Apparatus by J. Sklar, and two other transfusers, one by C.M. Sorenson Co. $100-200 366 Sharp & Dohm Manufacturing Chemist’s Hinged Pine Box, Baltimore, Maryland. $100-150 367 Collection of Cased Medical Aids, a metal-cased Uniflex First Aid Cabinet No. 524W, suture sets, homeopathic glass bottles, Radium Drinking Water boxed set (lacking one bottle), and other medical related items. $300-400 368 Four Framed Medical Related Etchings or Drawings, “Consultations of Physicians, A Fac-Simile of Hogarth’s own Engraving,” portraits of William Shippen, M.D., and Astley Cooper, and “The Death of the German Emperor-A Consultation of Doctors.” $200-400

369 Painted and Numbered Teaching Model of Cross-section of Skin, Nystrom Biological Model Co., Chicago, Illinois, illustrating hair follicles, veins, and sweat glands, lg. 13 in. $100-200 370 “The Naked Lady” by Adrien Barrere, c. 1905, framed colored lithograph depicting sixteen professors from the University of Paris, frame size 37 1/2 x 21 1/2 in., framed. $150-250 371 Rochester Optical Full-plate Camera Kit, Rochester, New York, c. 1900, mahogany and brass folding camera with reversible back, rack and pinion focus, red leather bellows, Wale & Mathein 7-in. lens, wooden tripod, and three double-sided dry plate holders, all in a canvas carrying case. $200-300 372 Three German Large Format Reflex Plate Cameras, c. 1920, An ICA Reflex for 10 x 15-cm plates with a Zeiss Jena Tessar 18cm f/4.5 lens, a Zeiss Ikon “Simplex Ernoflex 853/7” for 9 x 12-cm plates with a Zeiss Jena Tessar 13.5cm f/4.5 lens with helical focusing, and a Voigtlander “Vida” for 9 x 12-cm plates with a Heliar 18cm f/4.5 lens. $200-300 373 Three Panoramic Roll Film Cameras, all are swing-lens cameras, a Multiscope & Film Co. “Al-Vista 3B” dual-format model with the viewfinder, two drop in stops and fans 1, 3, 4, & 5, and two Kodaks, a “No.1 PanoramKodak Model D” and “3A PanoramKodak.” $150-250 374 Five Full-plate Glass Negatives, c. 1900, the 6 1/2 x 8 1/2-in. plates depicting coastal scenes, housed in an embossed leather book folder. $150-200

375 Zeiss Super Ikonta and Two Stereo Cameras, Zeiss “533/16” with 80mm f/2.8 Opton lens in a Synchro Compur shutter, a “Stereo Kodak Model 1” roll film camera, and a Ernemann “Heag XII Series III” 9 x 18-cm stereo plate camera with five plate holders in two leather pouches, and a lens shutter pair from a “Stereo Kodak Model 1.” $100-150 375A Mamiya 645 Outfit and Other Cameras, Mamiya M645 1000S body with reflex finder, Mamiya-Sekor C lenses, an 80mm f/1.9, and a 45mm f/2.8, and a Mamiya-Sekor Z 180mm f/4.5 lens, with Mamiya accessories, type E focusing screen, bellows, and two pistol grips, and other cameras, a Rolleiflex TLR, Voigtlander Super B, a Nikkormat with 55mm f/3.5 MicroNIKKOR and a Kiev. $400-600 376 Japanese Camera Lenses, various makers, four screw-mount SuperTakumar Pentax lenses 28mm f/3.5, 50mm f/1.4, 105mm f/2.8, 135mm f/3.5, two Topcon 35mm f/3.5 UV Topcor, Tele Vivitar 135mm f/3.5, Taika duo-focus 140mm f/4.5, and a Soligor Miranda 250mm f/4.5 with non-Pentax screw-mount. $200-300 377 German Lenses, Meyer 180mm f/3.5 Primotar, three Zeiss Ikon lenses for Contax 126, two Steinheil Culminar lens a 135mm f/4.5 and a 8.5cm f/2.8, and fourteen others. $200-300 378 Leica Slow Speed Attachment, Delayed Action Releases and Filters a HEBOO slow speed device, six APDOO delayed action releases, and approximately three dozen various Leica filters. $200-300

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361 Framed Medical Postage Stamp Collection, three matted and framed cancelled stamp displays, “Doctors,” “Oncology,” and “Anesthesiologist.” $150-250

379 Leica Close-up Accessories, including a BOOWU, bellows UXOOR, OUBIO, two NOOKY hesum, OTZFO 16464K with tube OTSRO and a stand for extension ring use with an Elmar lens. $200-300

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380 Two Russian Occupied Germany Cameras and Six Other German Cameras, two 35mm rangefinder cameras a Werra and one unsigned by stamped USSR Occupied Germany, five Voigtlander cameras, two Dynamatics, a Vitessa 500SE, Vito CD, Vito automatic R, and an Ansco Super Speedex. $300-500

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381 Voigtlander Bergheil, Zeiss Ikon Nixe and Three Other Cameras, Bergheil 10 x 15-cm camera with Heliar, 18cm f/4.5 lens, Nixe with Tessar 15cm f/4.5, a Seneca Pocket No. 29, an unsigned 4 x 5-in. plate camera with three holders in a carrying case, and a Ray C 4 x 5-in. plate camera with holders. $400-600 382 Six German Folding Cameras, by Zeiss and Voigtlander, four by Zeiss: a “Baby Ikonta” (520/18) with a Novar 5cm f/6.3 lens, Super Ikonta 53 with a Tessar 7.5cm f/3.5 lens, Super Ikonta (532/16) with a Tessar 80mm f/2.8 lens, and a Contessa-35 with a Tessar 45mm f/2.8 lens; and two Voigtlander cameras: a Bessa II with Color-Skopar 105mm f/3.5, and Perkeo I with a Vaskar 75mm f/4.5 lens. $400-600 383 Kodak Bantam Special and Six Other Cameras, Bantam Special with Compur Rapid shutter, Ansco Memo half-frame 35mm camera, Voigtlander Baby-box 54/18, Zenobia, Kodak Six20, a Retina IIa with a Xenon 50mm f/2 lens in a Synchro-Compur shutter and a Bantam with anastigmat f/6.3 lens in original box with instructions. $400-600 383A Leica IIIF and a Collection of Leica Lenses, Germany, c. 1954, body No. 696234 with delayed action and No. 1024444 Summicron 5cm f/2 lens, a collection of lenses: Summaron 3.5cm f/3.5, collapsible Elmar 5cm f/3.5, an Elmar 9cm f/4, and a Hektor 13.5cm f/4.5 and accessories, a Summitar folding lens shade and a VIOOH universal viewfinder. $300-500

384 Ten Kodak Roll Film Cameras, including four box Brownies, No. 2 Folding Pocket Brownie with red bellows, Hawk-eye No. 3A, Senior six20 and three others. $300-500 385 Fifteen Folding Cameras, various makers, including Agfa Solinette and Isolette, Voigtlander Rollfilm, Kodak No. 1 Pocket in blue and two in black, Duo Six-20, a Bee Bee, two Foldex-20, and five others. $300-500 386 Five Zeiss Ikon Cameras, including a Super Ikonta (532/16), two Super Ikonta (533/16), “Baby” Ikonta (520/18), and a Contessa (533/24) in a leather case. $400-600 387 Nine German and Kodak Cameras, two Voigtlanders a Dynamatic II and Bessa 66, a Rival 35, Super Ikonta (532/16) with a Tessar 8cm, f/2.8 lens in a leather case, Super Ikonta IV (534/16), four Kodak cameras, a Petite in blue, No. 3A Kodak Junior, rainbow Hawk-eye in red, and a vest pocket in a leather carrying case. $400-600 388 Two Cine Kodak Model K and Various Cine Lenses, one Model K in brown the other black, and lenses, Kodak Anastigmat 102mm f/2.7 in a leather case, Elgeet 1 1/2-in. f/2.7 Cinematar Telephoto, Votar 1 1/2-in. f/1.9 in leather case, Switar 10mm f/1.6 in leather case, Yvar 13mm f/1.9, two Leitz Dygon 6.25mm f/2, Votar Wide Angle 6.5mm f/1.9, Wollensak 9mm f/2.5 wide-angle, and a Som Berthiot Hyper Cinor wide-angle attachment. $400-600 389 Voigtlander Lenses and Accessories, for a Prominent camera, Skoparon 35mm f/3.5 lens, a Telomar 100mm f/5.5 lens in reflex housing, a Proximeter I in a leather case and a microscope extension tube 127/34, as well as a Skopar 50mm f/3.5 lens in a Compur-Rapid shutter and a TeleTessar 135mm f/4 for a Contaflex 126 in original packaging. $300-500

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390 Collection of Kodak Retina 35mm Cameras, including a Reflex (type 025), an early Reflex No. EK82652 (missing accessory shoe), two IIIS both with a 50mm f/1.9 lens, automatic III, and a Kodak 35. $200-400 391 Kochmann Korelle K Camera and Other 35mm Cameras, the Korelle K half-frame camera in red/brown Bakelite and in original leather case, Zeiss Ikon Contraflex Super B and Contina II, a Ciro 35, Aries 35 IIIC, three Agfa Karats and a Optima II and IIA, six Argus cameras and three others. $300-500 392 Seven German Cameras, four Zeiss Ikon, a Contessamat, Contaflex Super, Contaflex 1, and a Contaflex 126, two Exakta VX500, and a Exa (type 1.1). $300-500 393 Nine Lenses for Robot Camera, eight in chrome for screw-mount version, a Zeiss Jena Tessar 3cm f/2.8, a Schneider Xenar 37.5mm f/2.8, a Schneider Xenon 40mm f1.9, Zeiss Jena Sonnar 7.5cm f/4, two Schneider Tele-Xenar 75mm f/3.8, Enna Werk Ennaston 45mm f/1.9, Schneider TeleXenar 150mm f/4.5, and a Schneider Xenogon 35mm f/2.8 for the Royal 36 camera, all with two Robot lens hoods. $300-500 394 Four Alpa Lenses and Accessories, an Old Delft Alfinar 38mm f/3.5, a Schneider ALPA-Tele-Xenar 90mm f/3.5, Old Delft Alefar 180mm f/4.5, and an Old Delft Algular 135mm f/3.2 lens, three lens hoods, a set of extension tubes, Novoflex bellows, several lens adapters, and an Alpa Biclon dual cable release in original box, all in corduroy-lined leather carrying case. $400-600 395 Olympus Pen F and Nikomat with Ring Flash, Japan, Olympus with 38mm f/1.8 Zukio lens in original leather case, Nikomat with MicroNIKKOR 55mm f/3.5 lens, a Lester A. Dine Inc. Ring and point flash unit connected to a Clinical Box power supply, all on a wooden wall bracket. $300-500


397 Three Exakta Mount Lenses, various makers, a P. Angenieux 28mm f/3.5 Retrofocus Type R 11, Zeiss Jena Triotar 135mm f/4, and a Voigtlander Zoomar 36-82mm f/2.8. $300-500 398 Carl Zeiss “Olympia” Lens, Germany, 250mm f/4 Sonnar lens in Contarex mount with original handle and leather carrying case. $300-500 399 Various M39 Screw-mount Lenses, a lens marked Hugo Meyer & Co. Gorlitz & New York Nr. 856656, Trioplan 1:2.8 Foc. 4 1/4”, a Tanaka Kogaku Tele-Tanar C. No. 14752 13.5cm f/3.5, an Arco Tele-Snowva 13.5cm f/3.8 in chrome, a Kilfitt Kilar C 150mm f/3.5 with reflex housing, and a Wollensak Series II Velostigmat 90mm f/4.5 lens for Leitz, New York. $300-500 400 Angenieux Type Z3 Lens, Paris, No. 46417, a 75mm f/3.5 lens in M39 mount. $800-1,000 401 Three Schneider M39 Screw-mount Lenses, Germany, a 8cm f/2 Xenon No. 1831252, 10.5cm f/4.5 Xenar No. 794985, and a 13.5cm f/4.5 Xenar No. 1827504. $800-1,200 402 Various M39 Screw-mount Lenses, a Steinheil 85mm f/2.8 Culminar, Schacht 35mm f/3.5 Travegon, Kilfitt 300mm f/5.6 Tele-Kilar, Canon 85mm f/2 Serenar, and a Zeiss-Opton 85mm f/2 Sonnar in Contax mount with Contax to M39 adapter. $400-600

403 Zeiss Biogon Wide Angle Lens, Germany, No. 1855526, a 21mm f/4.5 lens in Contax mount. $300-500 404 Zeiss Biogon and Sonnar Lenses, both in Contax mounts, the Biogon 21mm f/4.5 No. 1856318, and the Sonnar 85mm f/2 No. 1130141. $300-500 405 Six Contax Mount Lenses, a Zeiss Sonnar 135mm f/4 in original plastic bubble, Zeiss-Opton Sonnar 135mm f/4, Zeiss Jena Tele-Tessar 18cm f 6.3, two 85mm f/2 Sonnar lenses one a Zeiss-Opton the other a Zeiss Jena, and a Nikkor-Q 13.5cm f/3.5. $400-600 406 Zeiss Ikon Accessories for Contax Cameras, two plate backs a 540/13 and a 543/13, a Contatest with 1 meter Proxar lens and instructions in original box, three Contameters, one with adjustable rangefinder and lenses for 20, 30, and 50, a 1340, and a 1343. $300-500

410 Two Canon Rangefinder Lenses, Japan, No. 14875, one marked Canon Lens 28mm 1:2.8 No. 14875 Canon Camera Co. Inc. Lens made in Japan, in a leather case and with Canon 28mm viewfinder, also a 50mm f/1.9 collapsible Serenar. $200-300 411 Two Voigtlander Lenses for Prominent Camera, a Nokton 50mm f/1.5 No. 3712491 with internal cleaning marks and a Dynaron 100mm f/4.5 No. 4594533. $200-300 412 Three Large Format Lenses, a Schneider 13.5cm f/3.5 Xenar No. 1815512, a Zeiss 30cm f/9 Apo-Tessar No. 1699329, and a Kodak 7 1/2-in. f/4.5 Anastigmat. $200-300 413 Zeiss Contaprox I, with Carl Zeiss 50mm f/3.5 Tessar lens No. 3009797 in focusing mount 563/04, extension tube 5522/13, focusing screen adapter 5520/6, and magnifier 1251. $300-500

407 P. Angenieux and Other Exakta Mount Lenses, two P. Angenieux retrofocus type R1 35mm f/2.5 No. 445188 and No. 188231, Schneider Tele-Xenar 180mm f/5.5 lens, a Meyer Telemegor 250mm f/5.5, Meyer Primagon 35mm f/4.5, two Zeiss Jena lenses, a Tessar 50mm f/2.8 and a Pancolar 50mm f/2. $300-500

414 Collection of Filters by Zeiss, Plaubel, and Others, including Zeiss B56 filters for Contarex cameras, four skylight, a 0.5 and a 0.2 meter Proxar, and a Contapol, various Zeiss filters from 28.5 to 60mm, orange and yellow 67mm filters by Soligar, and various filters by Kodak, Lifa, Ednalite and others. $200-300

408 Two Lenses for Nikon Rangefinder Camera, a Tele-Tanar C 13.5cm f/3.5 No. 16427, and a Nikkor-P 10.5cm f/2.5 No. 922788. $300-500

415 Zeiss Contarex and Contaflex Camera Backs, three Contarex backs complete with darkslides each in a black leather case, and five Conaflex: four with darkslides and one standard back. $200-300

409 Mamiya TLR Lenses and Accessories, two lens sets both with Seikosha-s shutters, 65mm f/3.5 and 180mm f/4.5, in original leather case, a lens hood for a 180 or 250mm lens, a paramender model 2 eye-level viewfinder, and two Mamiyaflex-C single-exposure backs. $200-300

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396 Yashica Mat-124 G and Other TLR Cameras, various makers, Yashica with Yashinon 80mm f/3.5 lens in a black leather case, Ansco Automatic Reflex, Ikoflex, Delmonta, Soligor 66, two Altiflex, and two Argus Seventyfive. $300-500

416 Assortment of Leitz Accessories, three CTOOM adjustable flash brackets, two Leitz New York 45mm extension tubes, OOBAZ focusing stage, VXZOO, VTOOX, Leitz New York CX, two OTVXO, SDPOO, adapter 16508, and a slide changer for a 6 x 6 Leitz projector. $200-300

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417 Assortment of German Camera Accessories, various makers, Zeiss screw adjustment tripod mount, 42mm lens shade, Contarex Bullseye camera case, three Kilfitt reflex housings, TEWE reflex housing with Tele-Votar 250mm f/5.5 lens, three dozen tripod mounting screws, and other accessories. $200-300

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418 Zeiss Sonnar Lenses in Contax Mount, all 50mm, a Zeiss Jena Sonnar T f/2 in aluminum, two Carl Zeiss in chrome one f/2 the other f/1.5, ZeissOpton Sonnar T f/2, and four others all with coating issues. $300-400 419 Group of Assorted Lenses for Parts or Restoration, various makers from Agfa to Zeiss and an assortment of lens tele-converters. $200-300 420 Assorted Camera Accessories, various makers, accu-rapid wind for Contax-IIA, Zeiss Jena Nr. 7400 adjustable viewfinder, Canon Speed Finder, Nikon ringlight unit SR-1, Leitz lens shade for 3.5cm SummaronElmar, Nikon viewfinder for 3.5cm lens, Sandmar zoom-vue 35-135, four light meters and more. $200-300 421 General Electric Lens, 5-in. convex lens with tag reading 7 to 1 FL-19, lg. 6 in. $100-200 422 10-in. Aluminum-cased Lens, the blue coated lens marked on the interior casing D+G Opt., with flange measurement of 14 in. $300-500 423 Approximately 152 “Buck” Knives, including the hunting, outdoor, everyday, tactical and limited edition series, single multi-fixed, locking, and non-locking blades, various blade lengths, most with their original packaging. $500-800

424 Fifteen Al Mar Osprey Knives, Tualatin, Oregon, all displayed in a black velvet-lined, hinged walnut box, wd. 12 x dp. 9 in. $800-1,200 425 David Yellowhorse Knives, including a Stone Weaver II with DY1010 certificate of authenticity, number 227 out of 300, housed in its original walnut case; a Buck Trapper, model 314DY, with the original box. $300-500 426 Collection of Victorinox and Wenger Swiss Knives, a Auto Tool, two multi-tools, two SwissMemory sticks, nine SwissBuck, a Victorinox Collectors Society knife, a SwissCard, two with blue bodies, one white and one black, ten other varies styles, and a copy of The Knife and its History, 100th Anniversary of Victorinox, two additional pouches, many with their original boxes. $200-400 427 Approximately One Hundred Multitools, forty-five Gerber, eighteen Buck, twelve Columbia River Knife and Tool, six SOG, two Winchester, four L.L. Bean, and sixteen others, many with original boxes and canvas belt sacks. $300-500 428 Collection of “Buck” Knives, limited edition collector’s series include Jigged Red Bone, 2007 Classic Bolt, two Boone and Crocket, one Freedom Trapper, The One Hundred Year Collectors Set, Work-man, 309 and 375 Jigged Bone Limited Editions, Ranger and Folding Hunter, two Whitler’s, a fixed blade Koni and Kalinga Pro, all with their original packaging; fourteen Metro-style knives, two Yachtsman, four Summit Series, and three others. $300-500 429 Approximately Fifty-three Pocket and Fixed Blade Knives, eight A.G. Russell knives, three Spyderco, six examples of Boy and Girl Scout, and other various makers. $150-250

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430 Twelve Lithographed Tin Banks and a Toy, three book-form banks, a “Benjamin Franklin Thrift Bank,” a monkey bank with an articulated arm and top hat, “Eight O’Clock Coffee,” “Gulfpride” oil can, a “Campbell’s Tomato Soup” 125th anniversary bank, three “Happy Days Bank” in the form of barrels, a “Children’s Crusade for Children” bank, and a Ford Model T automobile toy. $400-600 431 Collection of Cast Iron Painted Toys, 19th and 20th century, three cast iron horse-drawn toys, a “Kenton Milk Wagon,” a fire truck with ladders and two fireman, and a buggy with a yellow and red canvas top; two cannons, one with a brass tube; and a tin and cast iron horse-drawn bell toy. $600-800 432 Four Painted Black Figural Still Banks, 19th and 20th century, two cast iron “Sharecroppers,” one with a gilt painted shirt and hat the other with a blue painted shirt; together with two pot metal “Mammys,” one holding a basket. $200-400 433 Eighteen Animal-form Cast Iron Painted Still Banks, early to mid-20th century, two “Red Goose Shoes” banks, three horses, dogs, a pig, elephant, bear, and others. $300-500 434 Collection of Animal-form Cast Iron Banks, 19th and 20th century, a large painted pig, gilt painted reindeers, lions, elephants, pigs, rabbit, and other forms in various finishes, twenty-nine in all, ht. 3 to 5 in. $200-400 435 Five “Safe” Still Banks, 19th and 20th century, one with red and gilt pinstriping, three with pierced cases, and one black-painted example, ht. 3 to 4 1/4 in. $200-400


437 Sixteen Cast Iron and Tin Banks of Various Design, 20th century, three “Billiken Good Luck” banks, a zeppelinform bank, two “US Mail” banks in green paint, a bullet-form “1/2 Shell Bank,” two early radio-form banks, one with a combination lock in red paint, and seven others. $250-450 438 Four Painted Cast Iron Dog Doorstops, early 20th century, two left-facing German shepherds, and two right-facing Boston terriers. $200-400 439 Five Cast Iron Dog Doorstops, two painted Boston terriers, a Scottish terrier, a pointer, and a painted German shepherd, together with an LA Althoff Mfg Saint Bernard nutcracker. $300-500 440 Three Painted Floral and a Fruit Basket Cast Iron Doorstops, early to mid-20th century, one marked Hubley on rear of base, another marked 152 and another 440, fruit basket unmarked, ht. 7 1/4 to 13 in. $300-500 441 Four Cast Iron Doorstops, early 20th century, a polychrome painted parrot resting on a branch; a figure of a golfer dressed in knickers and a “Norfolk” jacket; a “Punch” and dog doorstop; and a gilt painted elephant-form doorstop, ht. 5 to 8 1/2 in. $300-500 442 Seven Still Banks, 19th and 20th century, five cast iron banks, a “Boy Scout,” “Policeman,” “Mutt and Jeff,” gentleman with a derby hat, and a “George Washington”; together with two pot metal banks: “Indian with Tomahawk” and “George Washington.” $200-400

443 McIntosh MC275 Tube Amplifier and Marantz Model 10B Tuner, other components include a McIntosh preamplifier model C22; a pair of B&W DM7 loudspeakers; Marantz five-disc CD player CC-48; a Bang & Olufsen turntable; Tanberg TR 2080 AM/FM stereo receiver; and a pair of Bose 601 loudspeakers. $2,000-3,000

449 Edison Home Phonograph Model D, c. 1908, with a black and gilt eleven-panel horn, finger-jointed oak box with banner transfer reading Edison Home Phonograph, model C reproducer, (lacking dome hood), with approximately fifty-five cylinders, (most without their cardboard sleeves), wd. 16 3/8 in. $200-400

444 “High-Stepper” Pinball Machine Backglass, mid-20th century, depicting three bathing beauties in swimming attire on a tropical beach, with a sailboat, ship and palm trees in the background, bold and brightly colored Arabic numerals, wd. 20 x ht. 22 in. $250-350

450 Two Composite Skeleton Skulls, a saber-toothed cat and a “Canis Dirus” or dire wolf, both with wired jaws and mounted on hardwood stands, lg. 13 to 15 in. $500-700

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445 Rock-ola Jukebox 448, Chicago, Illinois, serial number 482761, with aqua blue screening, striped and circular pattern glass, and faux rosewood side panels, lg. 40 x ht. 46 x dp. 26 1/2 in. $1,500-2,500 446 Coin-operated Hanson Weigh Master Scale, with an enameled plaque reading Friedman Shelby Shoes All Leather around the center shaft, 7 1/2-in. dial indicating 0-300 lbs., and a framed paper “Life Insurance” ideal weight calculator, ht. 42 1/2 in. $250-450 447 Zeno Chewing Gum Dispenser, early 20th century, the oak case with clock work mechanism for dispensing the gum, aperture window with a painted tin panel reading in part Drop One Cent Slot Zeno Chewing Gum; together with an Ajax Time Stamp, no. 3900, dispenser ht. 16 1/2 in. $200-250

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436 Nine Cast Iron Architectural Still Banks, 19th and 20th century, a silvered example of the Flat Iron building, “Independence Hall” reading on sides Liberty Proclaimed July.4.1776 and Birthplace of American Independence, sky-scrappers, state houses, and “banks,” ht. 2 3/4 to 8 in. $200-400

448 Oak-cased Edison “Home” Phonograph, the case front reading in script Edison, black-painted bedplate with pinstriping and tufts of grass on corners, model C reproducer, tin horn with brass end, domed lid and carrying handle, approximately sixty cylinders, wd. 13 1/8 x dp. 9 1/2 in. $300-500

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