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Clocks, Instruments & Militaria online Sale 2802T

April 21–27, 2015

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Table of Contents 1

Auction & Specialist Information

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Web Site & Online Bidding

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Provenance

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Clocks & Instruments: Lots 1000-1211

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Militaria: Lots 1212-1382

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Provenance

photo courtesy of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

Jay Gaynor Gaynor, a native Virginian, got the history bug long before he enrolled in the College of William & Mary. After graduating in 1973 he went west and became an Assistant Curator at Ohio Village, where his interest in early tools and technology blossomed. From there, he assumed the Directorship of the High Point Museum in North Carolina before heading back to Virginia. When Jay passed away suddenly on July 31, 2014, he was serving as Director of Historic Trades for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, a post which drew upon all of his previous experience as curator, tradesman, and researcher. It can be said that Jay never met an old thing he didn’t like. Incurably acquisitive, during his time as a curator at Williamsburg he single-handedly built a world class collection of 18th and early 19th century tools as used in early America. He also collected personally, and had interests in early 20th century radios and 19th century telegraphy and models, to name but a few. Having grown up in a military family during the post-WWII period, it’s not surprising that he developed a keen passion for the arms and militaria of that conflict. In classic “Jay” fashion, he didn’t pursue these antiques half way—he went for it all! Collected over the course of many years, Jay tried to acquire whatever the WWII G.I. used and wore from head to toe, their variations, everything in between, and then some. Jay had intended to enter the arms & militaria trade once he retired, so it’s clear he looked forward to sharing both his knowledge and his extensive collection. I have no doubt that he would have been more than pleased to see it presented for sale to the collecting community, in hopes that others may enjoy and learn from it as much as he did.

Erik Goldstein, Curator of Mechanical Arts and Numismatics The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Williamsburg, Virginia March 2015

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Lots 1000-1211 1000 Silver English Pair-cased Watch, London, repoussé outer case, porcelain Roman numeral dial, pierced brass hands, chain fusee movement with lever escapement marked [Tartas], London, dia. 50 mm. $300-400

1004 Elgin 14kt Gold Hunting Case Pocket Watch, with Roman numeral indicators, sunk subsidiary seconds dial, machine-engraved case no. 3046, manual-wind movement no. 3480954, dia. 1 5/8 in., 38.8 dwt. $400-600

1001 Swiss Continental Silver Demihunting Case Watch, enamel dial with centered 3/4-in. Roman numeral chapter ring, pierced brass hands, engraved case with scalloped edge top cover, inner back cover marked in part Galonne, LEC 0.800, base metal cuvette engraved Remontoir, Cylindre 6 rubis, with a stem-wind, pin-set, bartype movement marked La Chatelaine, dia. 45 mm. $200-400

1005 Three Open Face Pocket Watches, Elgin, Waltham, and Lancet, all with double sunk Arabic numeral dials, the Elgin with B.W. Raymond 21-jewel movement in a gold-filled case, the Lancet with 15-jewel movement in a 14kt gold case, and the Waltham with 17-jewel movement in a gold-filled case, dia. 45 to 49 mm. $300-500

1002 Two Ultra-thin Open Face Gold Watches, Zenith no. 3480576 and Hamilton no. X57872, the Zenith with copper-tone dial and hands, movement marked only with manufacturer’s name and serial number, in a plain 18kt gold case, the Hamilton with silver-tone dial and applied gold Arabic numerals, 17-jewel model 917 movement in a plain 14kt gold case, dia. 43 to 45 mm. $300-500 1003 Four Open Face European Watches, England and Switzerland, a pendant watch with gold-tone dial marked Kaster, with 17-jewel Swiss movement and an engraved 18kt gold case; and three key-wind, key-set watches: an engraved gold-tone Roman numeral dial, swing out, chain fusee, movement marked J. Joyce, Newbury, No. 7474, in a fully engraved 18kt English case, and two Swiss bar-type movements, one with dial and cuvette marked Camus A. Alencon, in a Continental silver case, the other unmarked, in a fully engraved sterling silver case, dia. 24 to 46 mm. $500-700

1006 Small Gold-filled American Waltham Hunting Case Pocket Watch with 14kt Gold Watch Chain, the watch with case no. 6113237, manual-wind movement no. 8008198, with 14kt gold ropetwist chain, chain total 13.2 dwt. $500-700 1007 Three American Pocket Watches and a Tissot Wristwatch, pocket watches: a Hamilton with double sunk enamel Arabic numeral dial, blued hands, a 21-jewel, model 992, movement no. 2359676, in a gold-filled, open face case, a 17-jewel Waltham “Riverside” no. 6552039, with a sunk seconds, Roman numeral dial, in a chromed base metal open face case, and a Waltham with matte silver dial with sunk seconds, 15-jewel damascened nickel movement in an open face, gold-filled case; the automatic Tissot “Seastar Seven” wristwatch in a case marked Plaque G 20, dia. 34 to 51 mm. $300-500 1007A Three American Pocket Watches, a Alvah Skinner & Son with double sunk porcelain dial in a 18kt gold hunting case, a Hamilton model 916 in a 14kt gold open face case, and a Waltham in a gold-filled case. $300-500

1008 Two American Pocket Watches, Hamilton no. 636244, American Watch no. 3433873, a Hamilton model 941 with double sunk porcelain Arabic numeral dial marked Hamilton, 21-jewel, damascened nickel movement marked in part Adjusted 5 Positions, in a gold filled case, and an American Watch Co. model 1884 in a silver case, with an 8-in. sterling silver watch chain, dia. 48 to 54 mm. $200-250 1009 Two Gold Octagonal Open Face Watches, Waltham no. 1378969 and Elgin no. 30091157, both with Arabic numeral dials, sunk seconds and damascened nickel movements, the Waltham with porcelain dial and in a 14kt yellow gold case, the Elgin with silver-tone dial, 17-jewel movement in a fully engraved 14kt white gold case, dia. of each 43 mm. $400-600 1010 E.S. Yates & Co. 18kt Gold Hunting Case Watch, Liverpool, c. 1860, no. 20188, fully engine-turned case, porcelain Roman numeral dial with subsidiary seconds marked E.S. Yates & Co., Liverpool, key-wind, key set, chain fusee, lever-escapement movement marked with maker’s name, location, and serial number as above, dia. 55 mm. $1,000-1,500

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1011 Patek Philippe 18kt Gold Watch and Five Others, Geneva, Switzerland, plain gold case marked P.P.Co, 18KTS, gold-tone dial with applied Arabic numerals marked Patek Philippe & Cie, Geneve, movement marked with maker’s name and location and No. 816680, an Illinois “Marquis” in a gold-filled case, a German pair-cased, chain fusee, verge watch, a Waltham “Appleton Tracy” in a gold-filled case, a Wallingford in a gold filled case, and a Swiss stop watch in a base metal case, dia. 44 to 67 mm. $1,000-1,500

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1012 Ch. F. Tissot 14kt Gold Open Face Watch, Locle, Switzerland, silver-tone dial with sunk seconds marked Ch. F. Tissot & Fils, Locle, applied gold Arabic numerals and pierced gold hands, movement marked as the dial and Sixteen 16 Jewels, Five 5 ADJTS., in a 14kt gold case with back fully engraved in a checkerboard pattern, together with an empty wood box for a lady’s watch, dia. 47 mm. $200-300

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1013 American Watch Co. 18kt Gold Watch, No. 501097, Waltham, Massachusetts, the hunter case marked 18K opens to the Roman numeral dial marked American Watch Co. with sunk seconds and fleur-de-lis hands, the full plate, stem-wind and set movement marked by maker and Crescent Street with serial number above, together with chain and pocket knife, approximate dia. 55 mm. $400-600 1014 Matile 18kt Hunting Case Chronograph, Locle, Switzerland, c. 1885, case and movement no. 10086, with fully jeweled, nickel, lever movement, cut bi-metallic balance, double sunk enamel Roman numeral dial marked H.L. Matile, Locle, case marked HLM, 18K, hinged cuvette marked with maker’s name, location and serial number, dia. 51 mm. $700-900 1015 18kt Gold Appleton Tracy & Co. Hunting Case Watch, Waltham, Massachusetts, c. 1860, no. 16509, with porcelain Roman numeral dial marked American Watch Co., Breguetstyle hands, key-wind, key-set, movement with solid balance wheel marked with maker’s name, location and number as above, in a case with some engine-turned decoration, dia. 54 mm. $600-800 1016 14kt Gold Elgin “Father Time” Hunting Case Watch, Elgin National Watch Company, Elgin, Illinois, no. 10422648, enamel Arabic numeral double-sunk dial marked Elgin, stemwind, lever-set, damascened nickel movement marked Father Time, 21 Jewels, Elgin, Ill. U.S.A., in a fully engraved case, dia. 53 mm. $600-800

1017 Three Elgin Stopwatches in Original Boxes, 1940s, a type A-8 Ground Speed Navigation Watch in box with matching serial number, and two type-B: a class seven and a class fifteen in Elgin boxes. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1018 WWII Hamilton Type 23 Navigational Stopwatch, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, c. 1942, black Arabic numeral dial with subsidiary seconds and elapsed minute dials, base metal case with screw back marked FSSC NO.88-w-590, MFR’S PART NO. 37297, SERIAL NO. 1827-42, CONTRACT NO. NOs-88266, HAMILTON WATCH CO., movement marked 19 jewels, HAMILTON, MODEL 23, ADJ. to TEMP & 3 POS., with braided leather strap and brass snap, dia. 50 mm. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $400-600 1019 Three WWII American Wristwatches, 1940s, two white dial with Radium Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds, a Waltham and a Bulova, and a black dial Elgin with sweep center seconds and a reproduction band, and two other original cloth bands. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1020 Five Military Stopwatches, 1940s, three Waltham, a black dial and two white dials, both with broad arrow on case back, a J.H. Steward, London with slide stop button, and a Swiss with the dial marked Marlboro Ordnance Department, U.S. Army. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1021 Five Elgin Stopwatches, two black dial and three white dial, four have subsidiary elapsed minute dials, one has minute hand and minute markings, a Roxedo black dial pocket watch, and a steel pair-case-type outer case. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300

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1022 Two GCT Navigation Pocket Watches and Watch Carrying Case, 1940s, both with 22-jewel movements with 24-hour black dials, a Waltham no. 31791174, and a Hamilton 4992B no. 4025141, and a U.S. Army Air Corps watch carrying case in original box with instruction sheet. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $400-600 1023 Three Elgin GCT Navigation Pocket Watches, 1940s, all with B.W. Raymond movements and 24-hour dials, two with 21-jewel movements with usual markings and U.S. Army A.C., and a 22-jewel movement, all in base metal cases with backs engraved with applicable contract information. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $400-600 1024 Four Ordnance Department WWII Pocket Watches, U.S.A., 1940s, all in base metal cases, three Elgins, two with 7-jewel movements, white dials, radium Arabic numerals, and case backs engraved with ORD. DEPT. U.S.A. and OA numbers, a 17-jewel with white Montgomery dial, radium Arabic numerals, and case back engraved ORD. DEPT. U.S.A., NO. OB16646, and a Waltham 9-jewel, with white Montgomery dial, and case back engraved ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT U.S.A., NO. O=677. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1025 Two Ordnance Department Hamilton 992B Watches, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, c. 1942, both with 21-jewel movements in base metal cases, one with Montgomery dial marked Hamilton and case backed engraved in part U.S. ORDNANCE DEPT., WATCH R.R. GRADE, MFR’S PART NO. 992B, the other with the case back engraved ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT, U.S.A., NO.OE-13572, and the movement marked in part U.S. GOVT. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500


Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1027 Five American Pocket Watches Marked with Broad Arrow, Waltham and Elgin, c. 1940s, all in base metal cases, three Elgins, a white dial with sweep center seconds and a 21-jewel B.W. Raymond movement, and two black dial, a 7-jewel and a 9-jewel, and two black dial Walthams, a 17-jewel “Waltham Premier” and a 9-jewel. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1028 James Condliff Field Regulator Movement and Dial, Liverpool, c. 1820, the 4 5/8-in. silvered brass dial engraved Ja(m) Condliff/Liverpool with three subsidiary dials, upper for seconds, object lower left for minutes, object lower right for hours, the fourpillar, brass, chain fusee, time-only movement with cut corners, duplex escapement, rise and fall gearing, maintaining power and approximately 9-in. pendulum, ht. of movement 7 in. $500-700 1029 Three Brass Dial English Tall Clock Movements, late 18th to early 19th century, including a Thomas Nest, London with square composite dial engraved around the calendar aperture, signed on the chapter ring, on a five-pillar, eight-day movement, a Richard Rooker, London, with composite arched dial with maker’s boss in arch on a five-pillar, count wheel strike movement, and a Henry Richards, Somerton, with square dial, signed in the center, on a two handed, thirty-hour, posted frame, pull-up movement, ht. 12 to 17 in. $800-1,200

1030 J. Black Mahogany Tall Clock, Kirkcaldy, Scotland, c. 1825, scroll-top pediment with applied brass rosettes, barley twist freestanding columns flanking the painted Roman numeral dial marked Black, Kirkcaldy, subsidiary seconds and calendar dials, spandrels painted with scenes of the Empire, rural scene in the arch, convex crotch mahogany waist door flanked by freestanding barley twist columns, inset base panel, all on bun feet, eight-day time and hour strike movement, two cast iron weights and pendulum, ht. 85 in. $1,000-1,500 1031 Lis Chouron French Morbier Tall Clock, Dolmayrac, France, c. 1840, enamel Roman numeral dial marked Lis Chouron, Dolmayrac, with pressed brass dial surround, grain-painted pine bombe-shaped case, eight-day, weight-powered, time and strike movement, two cast iron weights and regulated by a pressed brass pendulum, ht. 93 in. $800-1,200 1032 English Mahogany Longcase Clock, c. 1760, dental molded pitch pediment hood over the cast brass Corinthian fluted freestanding columns, flanking the unsigned composite brass dial, strike/silent in arch, Roman numeral silvered chapter ring with quarter and half hour markings, matted center with subsidiary seconds dial and blank calendar aperture, tombstone waist door flanked by brass capital fluted quarter-columns, terminating in a molded base, five-pillar, brass, eightday time and hour strike movement with false plate, regulated by a strap brass pendulum and two brass-cased lead weights, ht. 88 in. $1,500-2,500 1033 Fitzpatrick Mahogany Tall Clock, Dublin, Ireland, c. 1790, the pitchpediment top with carved Greek key decoration above the blind fretwork, 13-in. brass Roman numeral dial marked Fitzpatrick Dublin with castbrass spandrels, glazed hood door flanked by fluted engaged quartercolumns with Corinthian capitals, serpentine waist door, all resting on a raised panel base, and ogee bracket feet, eight-day time and strike, brass movement, period pendulum and two iron weights, ht. 92 in. $1,000-2,000

1034 French Art Nouveau-style Shelf Clock, c. 1920, rosewood veneered, and brass filigree inlaid case, two tapered columns holding up the 3-in. brass Arabic numeral dial with stylized hands, all resting on a black-painted step-molded base, eight-day time and count wheel strike mechanism, ht. 11 in. $200-250 1035 Cartier Travel Clock, Switzerland, brass pocket-watch-style clock with folding ring-shaped stand, silvered dial with applied Arabic numerals marked Cartier, 8 Days, Swiss, eight-day, stem-wind, stem-set movement, dia. 3 in. $200-300 1036 Jaeger Obelisk Eight-day Clock, Switzerland, Egyptian motif panels on all four sides of the base, tapered acrylic dome encasing the silvered square dial marked Jaeger 8 with raised Arabic numerals and hour markings, ht. 9 1/2 in. $300-500 1037 Jaeger LeCoultre Quartz Mantel Clock, Switzerland, flat-top brushed steel case with faux lapis dial and side panels, applied Roman numerals at the quadrants, quartz movement powered by a “C” battery, ht. 8 in. $200-400 1038 Two Imhof Brass Desk Clocks, Switzerland, both carriage clock style with eight-day, 15-jewel, time-only movements, one with mother-of-pearl dial and sides with pierced doors over the dial, the other with blue and gold columns supporting the movement with gold-tone dial, ht. 4 3/4 to 7 1/2 in. $300-500

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1026 Four American Pocket Watches, c. 1942, all in base metal cases, three Waltham, two 17-jewel with Montgomery dials marked Waltham, 17 Jewels, a 9-jewel with Montgomery dial marked Waltham, and a 15-jewel “upside down” Elgin with black dial and blued hands and the six at the crown.

1039 Luxor Faux Lapis “Doris A. Nixon” Wall Clock, Switzerland, faux lapis case with pagoda top and lower bracket, brass dial door with beveled glass over the gold Roman numeral dial marked Luxor, Doris A. Nixon, Swiss, 11-jewel, spring-powered, eight-day time and strike movement with lever escapement, ht. 18 in. $1,200-1,500

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1040 LeCoultre Atmos Clock, Switzerland, with brass and glass case, 5-in. silvered dial with raised gold numerals and hour marks, mechanical movement powered by changes in temperature and pressure, ht. 9 1/2 in. $400-600

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1041 Gilt French Figural Clock, France, c. 1850, a young man in a tam-o’shanter, perhaps Robert Burns, sits atop a clock nestled in flowers, 3-in. engine-turned Roman numeral dial, raised plinth with acanthus leaf border, all on a scroll-footed base, unmarked eight-day time and strike movement with silk thread suspension, ht. 16 in. $600-800 1042 German Gothic-style Mahogany Wall Clock, Carl Werner, c. 1890, pitched pediment top with a cast lion’s head in center, molded hinged center door with beveled circular glass and brass mounts enclosing the 6-in. Roman numeral silvered chapter ring and enameled center dial, above the architectural lower section with beveled mirror, faux grid-iron pendulum with an enameled center, eight-day time and gong strike movement marked Fabrikmarke, ht. 37 in. $600-800 1043 Animated Water Fountain Clock, possibly Germany, late 19th century, scroll top veneered case, 2-in. Arabic numeral dial, turned half-columns flanking the lower fountain with brass lion’s head and pool, animated faux water pouring into the pool, one-day, time-only movement, separate lower key-wound movement to run the animation, ht. 14 in. $300-500 1044 German Whistler Automaton, c. 1935, carved wooden figure of a man holding a beer stein, key-wound mechanism inside moves his head from side to side as he whistles, mechanism and base marked Germany, ht. 8 in. $100-200

1045 Silver-clad World Time Clock, London, battery-operated mechanism with screens for time display and a map of the world time zones, buttons to select twenty different cities, set alarm, and one marked for weather, all clad in London hallmarked silver, ht. 2 3/4, wd. 8 in. $200-400 1046 Mahogany English Dial Clock, c. 1880, with 12-in. painted iron dial marked in part J. Hoch, brass, eightday, time-only, fusee movement and a pendulum, ht. 15 in. $200-400 1047 Neuchatel Faux Tortoiseshell Shelf Clock, Japy Frères, France, c. 1890, with kidney-shaped brass, and glass door opening to a faux segmented porcelain Roman numeral dial, scrolled brass feet, eight-day, time and strike, spring-powered movement, marked Japy Freres 1 EX, regulated by a sunburst cast brass pendulum, ht. 14 1/2 in. $200-400 1048 Austrian Ormolu-mounted Grand Sonnerie Automaton Mantel Clock, c. 1830, rosewood veneered case with a 7 1/2-in. drum-shaped hood with Arabic numeral porcelain chapter ring surrounding the automaton center of putti sharpening their arrows on a wheel and anvil, serpentine shaped base with three paneled mirrored back, and cast brass ormolu mountings, resting on ivorine bun feet, brass, three-day, time and strike, grande sonnerie mechanism, ht. 22 in. $700-900 1049 J. Falconnier Bronze French Statuary Clock, Paris, c. 1870, a dapper gentleman sits atop the clock drum amid his game and hunting accessories, porcelain Roman numeral dial, Breguet-style hands, eight-day time and count wheel strike movement stamped with maker’s name and location as above, ht. 17 in. $200-400

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1050 Miniature Continental Japanned Table Clock, probably Germany, c. 1800, the case with raised gesso and painted decoration, brass carrying handle on a raised molded top, glazed door over the pressed brass dial with silvered Roman numeral chapter ring, recessed mock pendulum, two-day time and bell strike, brass movement with verge escapement and 4-in. pendulum, ht. 14 in. with handle extended. $1,000-1,500 1051 Continental Gilt-framed Picture Clock, c. 1860, oil on canvas churchyard scene, 1 1/4-in. Roman numeral porcelain dial in the chapel’s tower, powered by an eight-day time and strike, spring-powered movement, interior label reading in part To wind the clock turn the large square “the striking side” to the right, wd. 34, ht. 27 in. $300-500 1052 Continental Gilt-framed Picture Clock, c. 1860, oil on canvas village scene, 1 1/4-in. Roman numeral porcelain dial in the chapel’s tower, powered by an eight-day time and strike, spring-powered movement, sounding the hour and half hour, and marked in part Wurtel Far. Paris, with a separate second spring-powered movement with dual gongs, ht. 33, wd. 39 in. $300-500 1053 Continental Gilt-framed Picture Clock, c. 1860, oil on canvas pastoral scene of cottages on a riverbank, 1 1/4-in. Roman numeral porcelain dial in the chapel’s tower, powered by two brass movements, the first, an eightday time and strike, spring-powered movement, sounding the hour and half hour, the second striking at a preselected hour on two gongs, with a series of single and dual notes, ht. 24, wd. 24 in. $400-600 1054 Vienna Regulator Timepiece, benchmade mahogany case with glazed door and side panels, period porcelain Roman numeral dial and brass, eightday, time-only movement powered by a brass-cased weight and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 40 in. $800-1,200


1056 Vienna Wall Regulator Movements and Cases, four quarter-hour brass movements, one stamped Gustav Becker with Art Nouveau-style weights and pendulum, three cases, all with full-length glazed doors, and turned columns, and pendulums. $500-700 1057 Two Quarter-hour Vienna Regulators, c. 1890, a walnut veneered case with scroll-topped crest above the full-length glazed door, silvered Arabic numeral chapter ring with floral carved center, eightday, time and quarter-hour striking mechanism stamped Gustav Becker P27 on the back plate; and an unsigned example with engaged turned columns, brass mounts around the molded wood bezel, eight-day time and quarter-hour striking mechanism, both with engraved decorative weights, and pendulum bobs, ht. 48 in. $1,000-1,500 1058 Two Vienna Regulators, c. 1890, both with Roman numeral porcelain and brass dials, and eight-day, time and strike movements, one in a rosewood grain painted Art Nouveau-style case and the other with a traditional carved crest, pedestal and column case, both regulated by two brass-cased weights and pendulum, ht. 40 to 48 in. $600-1,000 1059 Group of Morbier Clocks and Parts, France, including a complete clock with a 9-in. porcelain Roman numeral dial marked A. Calmels, with pressed brass dial surround, brass and steel, eight-day time and strike movement powered by two weights and regulated by a foldable pendulum; together with three partial mechanisms and two pressed brass surrounds. $200-300

1060 Large Group of Clock Movements and Components, mainly Europe, complete and incomplete Vienna regulator and picture clock movements and dials, movement plates, great wheels, and associated parts. $400-600 1061 Group of European and American Clock Parts, bezels, grid-iron, lyreform, mantel clock pendulums, and bobs, tall clock and mantel clock dials, cast iron bells and gongs, brass cased, and cast iron weights, tall clock mechanisms and parts, multi-drawer cabinet with clock and watch parts. $300-500 1062 Carved Mahogany Wall Barometer and Clock, scroll-top case with aneroid barometer in upper segment, brass thermometer in throat, and a 5 1/2-in. Roman numeral painted zinc dial, dual mainspring, time-only, leverescapement movement in the carved leaf lower section, ht. 28 in. $150-250 1063 Two Books on Japanese Clocks and Two Others, Japanese Clocks, N.H.N. Mody, 1977; a catalog of a collection of Japanese clocks in Japanese; The Evolution of Clockwork, J Drummond Robertson, 1972; History of the Hour Gerhard Dohrn-van Rossum, 1996. $200-300 1064 Four Books on English Clocks, English Dial Clocks, Ronald E. Rose, 1994; Grandfather Clocks and Their Cases, Brian Loomes, 1985; The Longcase Clock, Tom Robinson, 1999; Thomas Tompion His Life and Work, R.W. Symonds, 1969. $200-300 1065 Five Books on English Clocks, Volumes 1 & 2 of The Longcase Clock Reference Book, John Robey, 2001; English Precision Pendulum Clocks, Derek Roberts, 2003; Thomas Tompion His Life and Work, R.W. Symonds, 1969; Early English Clocks, Perry G. Dawson, C.B. Drover, & D.W. Parkes, 1982. $200-300

1066 Five Titles on English and American Clocks, Britten’s Old Clocks and Watches and Their Makers, G.H. Baillie, C. Clutton, and C.A. Ilbert, 1956; Thomas Tompion His Life & Work, R.W. Symonds, 1951; English Domestic Clocks, Herbert Cescinsky and Malcolm R. Webster, 1976; The Georgian Bracket Clock 1714-1830, Richard C.R. Barder, 1993; American Shelf and Wall Clocks, Robert W.D. Ball, 1992. $200-300 1067 Four Titles on European Precision and Musical Clocks, The Musical Clock, Arthur W.J.G. Ord-Hume, 1995; European Pendulum Clocks, Peter Heuer & Klaus Maurice, 1988; Precision Pendulum Clocks France, Germany, American and Recent Advancements, Derek Roberts, 2004; Precision Pendulum Clocks, The Quest for Accurate Timekeeping, Derek Roberts, 2003. $200-300 1068 Six Titles on Longcase Clocks, Longcase Painted Dials, M. F. Tennant, 1995; The Longcase Clock, Eric Bruton, 1977; Wales Clocks & Clockmakers, William Linnard, 2003; Painted Dial Clocks 1770-1870, Brian Loomes, 1994; The Longcase Clock, Tom Robinson, 1981; British Longcase Clocks, Derek Roberts, 1990. $200-300 1069 Twelve Titles on Horology, Horological Dialogues, John Smith, facsimile 1962; The Artificial Clockmaker, William Derham, facsimile 1962; Horological Disquisitions Concerning the Nature of Time, John Smith, facsimile, 1962; Sea Clocks, The Story of Longitude, Louise Borden, 2004; It’s About Time, Paul M. Chamberlain, 1978; Juanelo Turriano Charles V’s Clockmaker, Jose A. Garcia-Diego, 1986; Gears From the Greeks, Derek De Solla Price, 1974; The Clockwork of the Heavens, Asprey & Company, 1973; Former Clock & Watchmakers and their Work, F.J. Britten, 1894; Time & Clocks H.H. Cunynghame, 1906; The Blacksmith’s Craft, Cosira, 1987; Clockmaking, Past and Present, G.F.C. Gordon, 1978. $200-300

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1055 Vienna Regulator Wall Clock, E. Junghans, c. 1890, walnut veneered case with turned columns attached to the full-length door, two-piece porcelain dial, pierced hands, brass, eight-day time and strike movement stamped Junghans in a star, powered by two brass-cased weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 38 in. $200-400

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1070 Six Titles on Clocks and Chronometers, Britten’s Watch & Clock Maker’s Handbook Dictionary and Guide, F.J. Britten, 1987; Marine Chronometer, Its History and Development, Lieut-Commander Rupert T. Gould R.N., 1978; Revolution in Time, David S. Landes, 1983; The Quest for Longitude William J.H. Andrewes, editor, 1996; The Country Life International Dictionary of Clocks, Alan Smith, editor, 1979; Marine & Pocket Chronometer, Hans von Bertele, 1991. $200-300

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1071 Five Titles on Carriage and Skeleton Clocks, Carriage and Other Travelling Clocks, Derek Roberts, 1993; Carriage Clocks, Charles Allix, 1981, Continental and American Skeleton Clocks, Derek Roberts, 1989; British Skeleton Clocks, Derek Roberts, 1987; Illustrated Guide to House Clocks, Anthony Bird, 1973. $200-300 1072 Sixteen Titles on History of Clocks, Five Centuries of British Timekeeping, exhibition guide, London, 1955; Collector’s Dictionary of Clocks and Watches, Eric Bruton, 2006; A Handbook and Directory of Old Scottish Clockmakers, John Smith, 1903; Horological Wheel Cutting Engines 1700 to 1900, Theodore R. Crom, 1982; Clocks in Color, Andrew Nicholls, 1976; A Treatise on Clocks, Edmund Beckett, Lord Grimthorpe, 1975; Coleccionismo de Relojes Antiguos, Jose Miguel Echeverria, 1979; A Book of English Clocks, R.W. Symonds, 1947; The Orpheus Clocks, P.G. Coole & E. Neumann, 1972; Clocks, Simon Fleet, 1961; The Planishperic Astrolabe, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, 1982; English Church Clocks 1280-1850, C.F.C. Beeson, 1971; Handbook of the Collections Illustrating Time Measurement, F.A.B. Ward, 1937; Technology and Culture, Volume 37, number 2, 1996; The Lure of the Clock, D.W. Hering, 1963; Time in History, G.J. Whitrow, 1988. $200-300 1073 French Carriage Clock, c. 1900, brass and beveled glass Corniche case, porcelain Roman numeral dial, eight-day time and strike movement with repeat on command controlled by silvered platform escapement, ht. with handle extended 7 in. $200-400

1074 Tiffany & Co. Carriage Clock, France, c. 1910, cast brass case with foliate accents, porcelain Arabic numeral dial marked Tiffany & Co., France, with raised gold minute marks and subsidiary alarm dial, eight-day time, strike, and alarm movement with repeat on demand, marked P.E. Dubois, France, regulated by a platform escapement, ht. with handle extended 6 1/2 in. $200-400 1075 Russian Two-day Chronometer, 20th century, No. 09726, 4-in. silvered brass dial with Arabic numerals, signed in Cyrillic and numbered 09726, “UpDown” indicator, seconds dial, and brass hands, striped damascened full plate movement with chain fusee, two-arm split steel balance with brass weights and timing screws, spring detent escapement and plate stamped with maker’s logo, brass bowl, and gimbals, in two-tier box with glazed opening and outer fitted felt-lined transport case, ht. 9 1/2, wd. 12 3/4, dp. 9 1/2 in. $400-600 1076 Gold Leaf Watch and Jewelry Repair Sign, c. 1950, the reverse-painted glass sign stating in gold leaf Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing Done On The Premises on a black background and with brass wall hanging attachment, lg. 47, ht. 10 in. $100-150 1077 Seth Thomas Sons “Rebecca at the Well” Shelf Clock, New York, c. 1870, cast spelter case with painted finish, Rebecca standing at the well, below the brass bezel with thick beveled glass over the 3 1/2-in. porcelain Roman numeral dial marked Seth Thomas Sons & Co., N.Y., round, eight-day, time and strike movement stamped Seth Thomas Sons & Co., Thomaston, CT., ht. 16 in. $300-500 1078 Clarke, Gilbert & Co. Ogee Clock, Winchester, Connecticut, c. 1845, mahogany veneered case with painted zinc Roman numeral dial, lower tablet with reverse-painting on glass of a willow tree by a stream, brass, thirty-hour time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 26 in. $100-150

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1079 Seth Thomas Office Calendar No. 1 Wall Clock, Thomaston, Connecticut, c. 1875, 12-in. painted Roman numeral dial reading Regulator, blued-steel hands, 14-in. Arabic numeral lower calendar dial, exposed month and day cylinders, eight-day, time-only movement, steel weight and brasscovered pendulum bob, original paper label behind the door, ht. 41 in. $1,500-2,000 1080 Jerome “Paris Model” Shelf Clock, Connecticut, c. 1850, lower center of pressed brass front marked Paris, 3-in. porcelain Roman numeral dial, Botsford balance wheel escapement on the one-day, spring-powered movement, glass dome, wood base on three brass ball feet, ht. 12 in. $300-500 1081 Five Ithaca Calendar Clock Cases and Parts, Ithaca, New York, c. 1880, two Cottage No. 7 clocks, a partial Farmer’s No. 10. and two Shelf Library No. 8 cases. $500-700 1082 Four Walnut Ithaca Calendar Clocks, Ithaca, New York, c. 1875, a time and strike shelf steeple, two No. 10 Farmer’s: a flat top and one with a carved crest, and a No. 11 Octagon, ht. 21 to 26 in. $600-800 1083 B.B. Lewis No. 3 Rosewood Perpetual Calendar Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1862, 14-in. Roman numeral painted zinc dial with days of the week, above the 9-in. calendar dial with green label reading in part Lewis’ Perpetual Calandar Bristol, Ct. on the rear of the mechanism, lower black and gold glass, brass, eight-day, time only, “up-side-down” movement, two slim cast iron weights and brass-faced pendulum bob, ht. 38 1/2 in. $400-600 1084 Birge, Mallory and Company Double Decker Shelf Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1840, the mahogany case with cornice top, upper door flanked by turned columns, lower door with stenciled tablet, all on paw front feet, painted wood Arabic numeral dial, eight-day, strap-brass, time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 37 1/2 in. $300-500


1086 Mayo’s Tobacco Advertisement Clock, Baird Clock Co., Plattsburgh, New York, papier-mâché bezel reading Mayo’s Tobacco Smoke Chew over the 12-in. paper dial, lower door also reading as above, brass, eight-day, time-only movement stamped with manufacturer’s name, and 15, ht. 31 in. $500-700 1087 Seth Thomas “Wardroom” Ship’s Bell Wall Clock, turned and segmented walnut case, hinged bezel opening to a 6-in. Roman numeral porcelain dial, with subsidiary seconds, thirty-hour ship’s bell striking movement, case dia. 8 1/2 in. $200-250 1088 Mother-of-pearl and Painted Iron Front Shelf Clock, Connecticut, c. 1870, eagle crest above the mother-ofpearl-inlaid scrolls flanking the 4 1/2-in. Roman numeral paper dial, columns flanking the glazed pendulum window, eight-day time and strike, brass, spring-powered movement with recoil escapement, ht. 19 in. $150-200 1089 Seth Thomas Rosewood Veneered Inlaid Octagonal Wall Clock, c. 1900, floral inlaid ogee molding surrounding the black painted surround, brass bezel over the 12-in. Roman numeral painted zinc dial reading Seth Thomas, with pierced hands, eight-day time and half-hour strike movement, dia. 21 in. $300-500

1090 Seth Thomas Mahogany “Masonic” Ogee Clock, Plymouth Hollow, Connecticut, c. 1850, original reversepainted lower glass with black, gold, and red Masonic symbol, Roman numeral painted zinc dial with exposed escapement in center, thirty-hour brass movement stamped S. Thomas Plymouth Conn U.S.A, two iron weights and pendulum, ht. 25 1/2 in. $150-200 1091 Jerome & Darrow Double Decker Shelf Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1835, mahogany case with a flat-top cornice, and shaped looking glass above the painted Roman numeral dial with raised gilt decoration, flanked by gilt half columns, carved plinths, and rectangular looking glass in waist, faux grained tapering columns with gilt capitals, and reverse-painted tablet depicting a Greek Revival estate in the lower section, wood, thirty-hour time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights, ht. 31 1/2 in. $250-450 1092 Daniel Pratt, Jr., Rosewood and Mahogany Veneered Shelf Clock, Reading, Massachusetts, c. 1850, flat-top case with half round frames enclosing the Roman numeral painted zinc dial, eight-day time and rearmounted count wheel strike with “Kirk’s” Patent cast iron back plate movement, ht. 21 1/2 in. $200-400 1093 Ephraim Downes Pillar and Scroll Shelf Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1825, with scroll-top case, freestanding turned columns flanking the full-length glazed door, painted wood Arabic numeral dial with raised gilt decorations, lower reverse-painted tablet with gilt border and pendulum aperture, printed maker’s label inside stating in part Made and Sold by Ephraim Downes, wood, thirty-hour time and strike movement, and two cast iron weights, ht. 31 in. $600-800

1094 Riley Whiting Carved Column and Splat Shelf Clock, Winchester, Connecticut, mahogany case with carved half-columns and eagle splat, painted wood Roman numeral dial, maker’s label inside marked in part Modern Improved Clocks Made by Riley Whiting, lower looking glass tablet, front carved paw feet, wood, thirty-hour time and strike wooden movement powered by two iron weights, ht. 33 in. $300-500 1095 Eli Terry & Sons Stenciled Column and Splat Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1830, mahogany case with stenciled fruit basket splat and floral half columns, painted wood Roman numeral dial with raised gilt decoration, lower reverse-painted tablet reading St. Marys Chapel, case label inside reading in part Patent Clocks Invented By Eli Terry. Made and Sold by E. Terry & Sons., resting on carved paw feet, wood, thirty-hour time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 27 1/2 in. $250-450 1096 E. Terry & Sons Pillar and Scroll Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1825, with scroll-top case, freestanding turned columns flanking the full-length glazed door, painted wood Roman numeral dial with raised gilt decorations, lower reverse-painted tablet with gilt border and pendulum aperture, printed maker’s label inside stating in part Patent Clocks, Invented by Eli Terry. Made and Sold at Plymouth, Connecticut, by E. Terry & Sons, thirty-hour time and strike, wood movement with pendulum bob and two iron weights, ht. 31 in. $500-700

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1085 R. & J.B. Terry Triple Decker Shelf Clock, Bristol, Connecticut, c. 1835, mahogany case with half-columns flanking the upper and lower doors, full turned columns in the midsection, painted wood Arabic numeral dial over the strap-brass, eight-day time and strike movement, interior label marked in part Eight Day Brass Clocks, Manufactured by R. & J.B. Terry, Bristol, Conn., with two cast iron weights, ht. 36 in. $300-500

1097 Three Framed Clock Glasses, Connecticut, last half 19th century, all three originally the lower tablets on clock doors, first a reverse-painting of Andrew Jackson on horseback with his sword drawn, second a line decal and reverse-painting of a street scene marked Merchants’ Exchange, Philadelphia, and last a line decal and reverse-painting of a steamboat near a pier, ht. of glass 5 1/2 to 12 in. $300-500

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1098 Eli Terry & Son Carved Column and Splat Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, mahogany case with carved fruit basket splat and leafcarved columns flanking the full-length door, all on paw feet, painted wood Roman numeral dial, lower tablet with paper print of a U.S. ship, wood, thirty-hour time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights, ht. 31 in. $800-1,000

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1099 Seth Thomas Pillar and Scroll Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1825, mahogany scroll-top case with three brass urn finials, painted wood Arabic numeral dial, raised gilt spandrels and flower decorated center, reverse-painted lower glass depicting a country estate, printed paper maker’s label stating in part, Patent Clocks Made and Sold by Seth Thomas, thirtyhour time and strike, wood movement with two iron weights, ht. 31 1/2 in. $700-900 1100 Silas Hoadley Carved Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1830, mahogany case with carved eagle splat and foliate half-columns flanking the full-length door, mirrored midsection, lower glass with “Time is Money” surrounding the pendulum aperture, wood, thirty-hour time, strike, and alarm, “upside down” movement, with three cast iron weights and a pendulum, ht. 37 in. $400-600 1101 Eli Terry & Sons Stenciled Column and Splat Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1830, mahogany case with stenciled eagle splat and floral half columns, painted wood Roman numeral dial with raised gilt decoration, lower reverse painted tablet depicting a Greek revival Estate, case label inside reading in part Patent Clocks Invented By Eli Terry. Made and Sold by E. Terry & Sons., resting on carved paw feet, wood, thirty-hour time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 27 1/2 in. $250-450

1102 H. Hart & Son Stenciled Column and Splat Shelf Clock, Goshen, Connecticut, c. 1835, mahogany case with stenciled fruit basket splat and floral half columns, painted wood Roman numeral dial with raised gilt and painted floral decoration, lower reversepainted tablet depicting Andrew Jackson and reading A. Jackson. Pres’t, case label inside reading in part Improved Clock Manufactured by H. Hart & Son., resting on carved paw feet, wood, thirty-hour time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights, ht. 27 1/2 in. $250-450 1103 Riley Whiting Stenciled Columns and Splat Shelf Clock, Manchester, Connecticut, c. 1835, mahogany case with stenciled eagle splat and floral half-columns, painted wood Roman numeral dial with raised gilt decoration, lower reverse-painted tablet depicting a Capital building and street scene, case label inside reading in part Clocks Made and Sold by Riley Whiting, resting on turned feet, wood, thirty-hour time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 27 1/2 in. $300-500 1104 Variation on Patent Timepiece or “Banjo” Clock, possibly Maine, c. 1825, round-top mahogany case, wood panel throat flanked by turned freestanding columns, lower wood panel door with inset glass to view the pendulum, painted iron Arabic numeral dial, weight-powered, eight-day, time-only movement regulated by a pendulum, ht. 34 in. $400-600 1105 Silas Hoadley Pillar and Scroll Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1825, mahogany scroll-top case with three brass urn finials, painted wood Roman numeral dial, raised gilt wreath and floral decoration, reverse-painted lower glass depicting a country estate, printed paper maker’s label stating in part, Improved Clocks made by Silas Hoadly [sic], thirty-hour time and strike, wood movement with two iron weights, ht. 31 in. $600-800

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1106 E. Terry & Son Pillar and Scroll Shelf Clock, Plymouth, Connecticut, c. 1830, mahogany scroll-top case with freestanding columns flanking the full-length door, glazed upper section over the painted wood Arabic numeral dial with raised decorations, reverse-painted lower tablet depicting a classical estate, printed paper label reading in part Patent Clocks Invented by Eli Terry, wood, thirty-hour time and strike movement powered by two cast iron weights and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 31 1/2 in. $1,000-1,500 1107 Howard & Davis No. 4 Regulator, Boston, c. 1850, with rosewood grain-painted cherry case, black, and gold reverse-painted glasses in throat and lower door, painted iron Roman numeral dial marked Howard & Davis, Boston, weight-powered, eight-day, time-only movement marked as the dial, with cast iron weight with a line of four dashes cast into the front and a brass-faced pendulum bob, ht. 32 in. $800-1,200 1108 Aaron Willard Patent Timepiece or “Banjo” Clock, Boston, c. 1820, mahogany case with gilt rope-molded frames enclosing the reverse-painted glasses, the lower of a naval battle and marked Wasp and Reindeer, 7-in. painted iron Roman numeral dial marked Aaron Willard, Boston, brass, eight-day, timepiece movement with a pendulum and lead weight, ht. 42 in. $1,000-1,500 1109 Massachusetts Patent Timepiece or “Banjo” Clock, c. 1815, the mahogany case with a painted iron Roman numeral dial within a brass bezel, ebonized and gilt rope-molded frames enclosing the reverse-painted lower tablet depicting a rural scene with a cabin next to a river, and the geometric decorated waist glass reading Willard’s Patent, flanked by brass side ornaments, gilt and ebonized carved pedestal, eightday timepiece with ear plates for attachment to case, dead-beat escapement, all regulated by a brassfaced pendulum bob and iron rod, ht. 33 1/2 in. $1,000-1,500


1111 Mahogany Patent Timepiece or “Banjo” Clock, turned wood bezel over the painted iron Roman numeral dial, beveled frames enclose the reverse-painted glasses, the lower of a naval battle, brass, eight-day, timepiece movement powered by an iron weight and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 41 in. $400-600 1112 Gilt Front Patent Timepiece or “Banjo” Clock, the mahogany case with gilt rope-molded frames enclosing the reverse-painted glasses, the lower of a chariot, the throat glass marked Willard Patent, painted iron Roman numeral dial, brass, eight-day, timeonly movement powered by a lead weight and regulated by a pendulum, ht. 34 in. $500-700 1113 Bench-made Curl Maple Lyre Clock, c. 1978, case by Peter Libbey, movement by Kilbourn & Proctor, bezel by Foster S. Campos, glass and dial painted by Ted Burleigh, Jr., label attached to weight baffle reading in part this lyre clock is one of three produced in 1978 for Art Tougas, Samuel J. Kutner, Howard G. Sloan, ht. 43 in. $800-1,200 1113A Mahogany Paneled Timepiece or “Banjo” Clock, Roman numeral painted iron dial, scrolled wooden side arms flanking the raised panel throat tablet, beaded and framed lower panel with glass aperture, eight-day, timeonly movement, brass-faced pendulum and lead weight, ht. 39 in. $300-500

1114 Rosewood Grain-painted Patent Timepiece or “Banjo” Clock, attributed to George Hatch, Attleboro, Massachusetts, c. 1850, 7 1/2-in. Roman numeral painted iron dial signed E. Howard & Co. Boston, rounded frames enclosing the black and gold reverse-painted glasses, eight-day, time-only movement, wood pendulum rod with brass-faced bob, and iron weight, ht. 28 1/2 in. $800-1,200 1115 Bench-made Cherry Lyre Clock, c. 1978, produced for Howard Sloane, case made by Peter Libbey, movement by Kilbourn & Proctor, and glass and dial painted by Ted Burleigh, Jr., label attached to weight baffle reading in part this lyre clock is one of three produced in 1978 for Art Tougas, Samuel J. Kutner, Howard G. Sloane, brass tie-down plate engraved Howard Sloan, ht. 42 in. $800-1,200 1116 New England Patent Timepiece or “Banjo” Clock, c. 1815, mahogany case with gilt rope-molded frames enclosing the reverse-painted glasses, the lower reading S. Willard’s Patent, the throat glass with geometric design, 7-in. painted Roman numeral dial, brass, eight-day timepiece with “T-bridge,” and recoil escapement, all regulated by a brass-faced pendulum bob and iron weight, ht. 34 in. $800-1,200 1117 Lyre-form Girandole Timepiece, Massachusetts, first half 20th century, mahogany case with brass bezel over 7-in. painted iron Roman numeral dial, gilt lyre-form throat and round lower door with reverse-paintings on glass, the throat marked L. Curtis, Concord, the lower convex with a scene of a cottage by a stream, all over a floral gilt lower bracket, eight-day, time-only movement powered by a lead weight, ht. 45 in. $800-1,200 1118 Waltham Inlaid Mahogany “Banjo” Clock, Waltham, Massachusetts, c. 1920, hinged brass bezel enclosing the Arabic numeral dial, over the crossbanded inlaid frames surrounding reverse-painted glass tablets, “Mount Vernon” depicted on the bottom glass, brass, eight-day, time-only movement, marked Waltham Watch Co, USA, with wooden pendulum rod, ht. 40 in. $300-500

1119 New Haven Thirty-day Mahogany “Banjo” Clock, New Haven Clock Company, mahogany case with gilt eagle finial, Arabic numeral silvered dial, transfer printed glasses with the lower depicting Mt. Vernon, partial paper label on back, thirty-day, time only, spring-powered movement, ht. 45 in. $400-600 1120 Waltham Mahogany Patent Timepiece or “Banjo” Clock, Massachusetts, c. 1920, with flat frames enclosing the reverse-paintings on glass, the lower a scene of Wayside Inn, brass bezel over the 7 1/2-in. painted iron dial marked Waltham, eight-day, time-only movement with wood pendulum rod, brass-faced bob and a lead weight, ht. 41 in. $300-500 1121 Benjamin & Ellis Clark Mahogany Tall Clock, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, c. 1825, swan’s neck pediment above the freestanding columns flanking the Arabic numeral painted iron dial signed Benjn. & Ellis Clark, Philadelphia, with moon’s age in arch, raised gesso and gilded dots as found on Boston dials, and peacock spandrels, reeded quarter-columns on waist and lower section, eight-day time and gong strike movement, ht. 91 in. $1,000-1,500 1122 New England Inlaid Mahogany Tall Clock, c. 1800, with brass, stopfluted, freestanding columns flanking the Roman numeral painted iron dial with moon’s age in arch and floral spandrels, tombstone waist door flanked by stop-fluted quarter-columns, all resting on flared French feet, eightday time and hour strike movement with false plate cast “Wilson,” two tin-cased weights and pendulum, ht. 93 in. $1,000-1,500

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1110 Bench-made Curly Maple and Veneered Lyre Clock, c. 1977, case by Peter Libbey, movement by Kilbourn & Proctor, bezel by Foster S. Campos, glass and dial painted by Ted Burleigh, Jr., label attached to weight baffle reading in part this lyre clock is one of three produced in 1977 for Art Tougas, Samuel J. Kutner, Howard G. Sloan, ht. 43 in. $800-1,200

1123 American Butternut Tall Clock Case, c. 1785, arch-top hood with reeded freestanding columns flanking the arched hood door, carved and beaded edge molded tombstone waist door, fluted quarter-columns, applied raised molded panel on base, all resting on serpentine shaped skirt, ht. 82 1/2 in. $300-500

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1124 Connecticut Painted Tall Clock, c. 1830, step-molded, flat-top hood enclosing the painted Arabic numeral wood dial, with floral spandrels and arch decoration, seconds and calendar subsidiary dials, cyma curved waist door flanked by chamfered columns, thirty-hour time and strike, wood movement with count wheel strike, pendulum bob and two tin-cased weights, ht. 86 in.

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Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $500-700

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1125 George Nelson Grandfather Clock, c. 1958, Howard Miller Clock Co., no. 2256, walnut case with turret-shaped hood above the circular silvered Arabic numeral dial, tufted velvet backing, resting on lacquered brass legs, eight-day pull-up movement, marked in part Howard Miller Clock Comp. No Jewels Unadjusted Made in Germany, hour and half-hour bim-bam striking on gongs, ht. 68 in. $700-900 1126 Chelsea “Bicentennial” Mantel Clock, Boston, serial no. 773, 6-in. Roman numeral silvered dial reading 1776/1976 Chelsea, with Willard-style hands, hinged brass bezel, mounted on a mahogany stand, eight-day time and house strike movement, ht. 9 1/2 in. $300-350 1127 Chelsea “Chinese Lacquer” Desk Clock, Boston, c. 1950, the 6 1/2-in. red decorated easel frame enclosing a Roman numeral dial marked Chelsea on the chapter ring and decorated with Chinese motifs and floral spandrels, eight-day, lever-escapement movement. $300-500 1128 Ansonia Royal Bonn China Clock, New York, c. 1890, floral decorated case, 4-in. porcelain Arabic numeral dial, beveled glass in the cast brass bezel, eight-day time and strike movement with outside escapement, ht. 14 1/2 in. $300-500

1129 U.S.S. Olympia C-6 Ship’s Model by John D. Ficklen III, 20th century, white- and red-painted hull, with detailed rigging, deck boats and twin gun turrets, resting on a mahogany plinth with brass plaque reading in part Built by Union Iron Works San Francisco, CA Scale 3/32=1 foot Model by John D. Ficklen III, housed under a Plexiglas cover, overall lg. 36 1/2 in. $250-450 1130 Heath & Co. Boxed Sextant, New Eltham, London, no. P46, model Hezzanith with pierced frame, quick release index arm, inset silvered scale calibrated 0-130, vernier knob calibrated 0-55 for fine adjustment, sun shades, horizon mirror, all in a fitted mahogany box with certificate of examination reading The “Hezzanith” Instrument works, with additional eyepieces. $300-500 1131 10-inch Ebony Octant, H. Duran, New York, 19th century, brass index arm with bone vernier scale from 0-20 with thumbscrew lock, bone arc reading 0-100, cross-arm bone boss reading Joseph Liverpool H. Duren New York, sighting pinnula, horizon mirror, and sunshades. $400-600 1132 Gimbaled Brass 4-inch Compass, Star, Boston, no. 33421, dry compass card with cardinal and intercardinal points, and 0-360 azimuth scale, mounted in a finger-jointed mahogany box with a painting of a whale on top by “Richard Sparre.” $200-300 1133 Ponthus & Therrode Rangefinder and a W. Ottway & Co. Naval Scope, 20th century, rangefinder with central rotating drum and ivorine vernier, prism telescope marked No. 62 with adjustable eyepiece, two brass plaques reading A. Hurlimann Ponthus & Therrode Successeurs Paris, original fitted mahogany box with label and directions pamphlet; cast aluminum naval scope marked on brass plaque in part W. Ottway & Co. Ealing, London No. 356 with dual eyepiece, brass adjustment shaft for cross-hair adjustment, sliding colored shades over the objective lenses, housed in its original maple box. $200-400

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1134 Two Boxed Navigational Instruments, England, early 20th century, 4 1/4-in. ivorine sextant engraved The Paget Angle Sextant No. 537 and H. Hughes & Son 59 Fenchurch St. London, outer scale divided 0-90, with turned rosewood handle; and a marine meter marked Stuart’s Marine Distance Meter 1067, Glee & Son The Hard Portsmouth, with two ivorine plates, one side with distance and height scales, other side with a note board, and a single-draw eyepiece. $300-500 1135 L. Casella Pocket Altazimuth and an E.R. Watts & Son Range Finder, London, late 19th and early 20th century, brass altazimuth with 1 3/4-in. dia. scale and compass engraved L. Casella maker to the Admiralty & Ordnance London 158, and a single-draw scope with lens cover, in a fitted red morocco case; rangefinder engraved E.R. Watts & Son London No. 2643 and Range Finder Cotton Type MK II, lg. 5 1/4 to 10 1/2 in. $300-500 1136 Henry Browne & Son Ltd. “Sestrel” Compass, London, 19th/20th century, the brass case engraved in part Henry Browne & Son Ltd. Barking & London no. 9349/B along the top edge, wet card compass with cardinal points, sighting prism and turned wood handle, in a fitted hinged case with “Sestrel” Henry Browne & Son Ltd celluloid plaque attached to door panel, instrument ht. 9 1/2 in. $200-300 1137 Two Brass Nautical Instruments, 19th century, a 9-in. circular protractor engraved on cross bar G. Rowney & Co. London, housed in a later mahogany case, and an 18-in. brass parallel rolling rule marked Patt No. 160100, mounted on a mahogany plaque. $200-400 1138 Six Volume Set of Joinery and Carpentry, edited by Richard Greenhalgh, the New Era Publishing Co., London. $150-200


1140 Eight 19th Century Molding and Joiner Planes, wood bodies with different profiles and corresponding steel blades, some stamped with maker’s or owner’s name. $200-400 1141 Twenty-five Bit Braces and Hand Drills, 19th/20th century, many marked with maker’s name, including a #70 right-angle drill marked J.S. Fray & Co. Bridgeport. CT. $200-400 1142 Six Wood Radius Hand Planes, Europe, sleigh-shaped wood body with radius profiles and corresponding steel blades, five stamped L. Brosse, one stamped A Walliser. $200-400 1143 P. Hodgkinson Brass and Mahogany Interchangeable Radius Hand Plane, England, eight maple soles with varying radiuses and corresponding steel blades, two marked Eclipse Sheffield England, brass body engraved as above and handle marked G. Hodgkinson, tool lg. 9 1/2 in. $200-400 1144 Eleven Woodworking Measuring and Marking Instruments, 19th/20th century, a brass and ebony marking gauge, and three others, Stanley no. 93 and 95 butt gauges, bevel square, two proportional calipers, an “odd job” measuring tool, and a sliding brass and wood adjustable gauge. $150-250 1145 Sixteen Measuring Instruments, 20th century, Starrett no. 123 calipers, 6-in. engineer’s square, outside/inside calipers, firm-joint calipers, two depth gauges, four combination protractors, and five other instruments. $150-250 1145A Norris No. A1 Infill Panel Plane, London, stained beech infill handle, blade and lever cap marked Norris London, lg. 14 1/2 in. $200-400

1146 Five 19th/20th Century Levels, two 24-in. levels marked in part The American Combined Level and Grade Finder Edward Helb Railroad PA.: a brass-bound maple example and a nickel-plated cherry example, both with compasses, bubble levels, longitudinal recess views, and grade finders; a walnut and brass-bound example marked John Rabone & Sons Makers Birmingham on top plate, and two others. $200-250 1147 Seven Various Woodworking Planes, 19th/20th century, no. 113 and no. 20 1/2 Stanley radius planes, no. 193 Fibre board cutter plane, no. 79 side rabbet plane, no. 9 low angle miter plane, Ulmia-style bench plane with Sargent blade, and a Rapier plough plane with fence. $250-350 1148 Seven Plough or Combination Hand Planes, 19th/20th century, four early examples with wood handles: three with wood guides, one with multiple cutters; a Record no. 405 with original box, set of cutters, and manual; Stanley no. 50 with 12 cutters; and a Record 044. $400-600 1149 Five Combination Hand Planes, early 20th century, Stanley no. 55 combination plane with cutter boxes 1-4, Stanley nos. 45 and 46, each with a box of cutters, and two Sargent combination planes, one a canvas roll with cutters. $300-500 1150 Scientific Papers Volumes I-VI, John William Strutt and Baron Rayleigh, 1921, Cambridge University Press. Provenance: Collection of Vera Rubin. $400-600 1151 Five Titles on Sciences and Astronomers, Memoirs of the life of David Rittenhouse, William Barton, 1813; Studies in Spectrum Analysis, J. Norman Lockyer, 1894; Other Worlds than Ours, Richard Proctor, 1902; Maria Mitchell: Life Letters, and Journals, compiled by Phebe Mitchel Kendall, 1896; A Treatise on the Kinetic Theory of Gases, Henry William Watson, 1876.

1152 Two Titles on Scientific Instruments, Early American Scientific Instruments and Their Makers, Smithsonian Institution, 1964; and Franklin Globe Manual: an aid to the Study of Geography and Astronomy, H.B. Nims and Co., Troy, New York. $100-150 1153 Four Continental Titles on Science, Kinetische Theorie der Warme, Karl Herzfeld; Verhandelingen Teyler’s Tweede Genootschap, Elfde Deel; Equations Fonctionnelles, B. Hostinsky; Die Brownsche Bewegung Und Einge Verwandte erscheinungen, Dr. G.L. de Hass-Lorentz. Provenance: Collection of Vera Rubin. $300-500 1154 Three Titles on Astronomy and a Plate, Astronomical Atlases Maps and Charts, Basil Brown, 1932, New Star Atlas, Richard A. Proctor, 1892, and Tabulae Caelestes, Richard Schurig; the plate titled Planisphere Celeste. Provenance: Collection of Vera Rubin. $100-150 1155 Two Titles on Astronomy, Astronomy Explained Upon Sir Isaac Newton’s Principles, James Ferguson, London, 1790; and Astronomical and Geographical Essays: the use of the Celestial and Terrestrial Globes, George Adams, 1803. Provenance: Collection of Vera Rubin. $700-900 1156 Five Titles on Astronomy, Outlines of Astronomy, Sir John F. W. Herschel, 1853; A Text-Book of General Astronomy, Charles A. Young, 1895; A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century, Agnes Clerke, 1885; The New Heavens, George Ellery Hale, 1923; and Elementary Astronomy, H. Mattison, 1849.

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1139 Three Stanley Combination Planes, two no. 45s, and a no. 55 with two boxes of cutters, (all incomplete). $200-400

Provenance: Collection of Vera Rubin. $200-300

Provenance: Collection of Vera Rubin. $250-350

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1157 Terrestrial and Celestial Globes, Volumes 1 & 2, Edward Luther Stevenson, 1921, New Haven: Published for the Hispanic Society of America by the Yale Press. Provenance: Collection of Vera Rubin. $300-500

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1158 Three Titles on Astronomy, Description and Use of the Globes and the Orrery, Joseph Harris, 1751; The Geography of the Heavens, Elijah H. Burritt, 1856; and The Wonders of the Heavens, Duncan Bradford, 1837.

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Provenance: Collection of Vera Rubin. $800-1,200 1159 Atlas of 52 Regions and Celestial Photographs, A guide to Herschel’s Fields, edition commemorating Isaac Roberts’s Centenary (1829-1904), Isaac Roberts, 1893; and Photographs of Stars, Star Clusters, and Nebulae, Isaac Roberts, 1927. Provenance: Collection of Vera Rubin. $500-700 1160 An Atlas of Representative Stellar Spectra, Sir William and Lady Higgins, 1899. Provenance: Collection of Vera Rubin. $600-800 1161 Atlas Coeli I & II, “Atlas of the Heavens,” and “Katalog 1950.0,” Dr. Antonin Bacvar, 1962, 1964. Provenance: Collection of Vera Rubin. $300-500 1162 20th Century Armillary Sphere, Italy, composite model with a 2 1/4-in. terrestrial globe centered around the calibrated and adjustable equatorial and meridian rings, the large equatorial ring inscribed with signs of the zodiac, on a turned wooden stand, ht. 18 1/2 in. $200-400

1163 Kaleidoscope, Attributed to Designer Charles Bush, C.G. Bush & Co., manufacturer, Providence, Rhode Island, c. 1870s, pebbled papercovered cardboard cylinder with brass ship’s wheel-form movable fitting, supported on a turned walnut base, the circular chamber box containing multicolored glass segments and liquid-filled ampules (patented in 1873), producing geometric patterns in the viewing lens, ht. 12 in.

1168 Keuffel & Esser Co. Lacquered Brass Pantograph, no. 1127, serial no. 42508, instrument with calibrated arm having vernier dial and marked Keuffel & Esser New York 42508, fitted oak box with knurled brass and wood tie-downs, instruction label, and celluloid plaque with serial and model numbers. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300

Provenance: Collection of Vera Rubin. $300-500 1164 Plaster Phrenology Head by L.N. Fowler and Three Phrenological Journals, America, 19th century, cranium displaying the phrenological faculties in printed paper labels, blue colored eyes, lower plinth reading Phrenology, rear of bust reading Proved by L.N. Fowler; volumes X-XII of American Phrenological Journal, Know Thyself, by Fowler & Wells, bust ht. 11 in. $300-400 1165 Collection of Dried Insect Specimens, c. 1930, seven display cases with butterflies, dragonflies, and moths in their dried state laid down in Riker specimen mounts with white cotton batting under glass and black cardboard frames, wd. 12, ht. 16 in. $200-250 1166 Mayer & Meltzer Surgical Set, London, 19th century, with approximately thirty instruments, most marked by maker, including surgical knives and scalpels with plain and crosshatched ebony handles, brass tourniquet, and bone saw, all in a fitted mahogany carrying case with lift-out tray, box lg. 17 1/4 in. $1,000-1,500 1167 19th Century Drafting Instruments, England, a boxed set of wood “curves” with label inside reading No. 1452. 1 set of 24 curves from 30 minutes to 12 degrees, by every 30 minutes.; boxed set of Stanley drafting instruments, including an ebony rolling and parallel rule; and a cased brass pantograph engraved M.G.A. w.v.s. $400-600

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1169 Three 19th Century Brass Instruments, London, an 8 3/4-in. protractor with scale from 0-360, pointer or marking arm engraved Barry London, with a central glass aperture with etched crosshairs, in a fitted mahogany case; a 10 1/2-in. brass and boxwood rolling parallel rule marked W.H. Harling 47 Finsbury Pavement London and P. Barlow, in a fitted mahogany case with chart/scale readings; and an admiralty station pointer engraved Troughton & Simms London, in a fitted case with partial label reading On His Majesty’s Service and with British ordnance broad arrow marking. $400-600 1170 Collection of Telegraph Keys and Parts, 19th/20th century, twelve keys by various makers, including Signal Electric Mfg., J.H. Bunnell, and Knox & Shain, six frames, a bell, four pairs of crimpers, and other related parts. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1171 Boxed Set of Thirteen Ragg Tuning Forks, Sheffield, England, blued steel impressed Sheffield RAGG England, and Universal Low Pitch, and stamped unit of frequencies on outer edge, all in a fitted leather-bound velvet-lined case. $150-250 1172 R & J Beck Brass Monocular Microscope, London & Philadelphia, no. 8688, single barrel, rack focusing, circular stage, plano/concave mirror on a pivoting arm, tripod foot marked as above, housed in a mahogany box with single drawer containing additional eyepieces, ht. 15 in. $200-250


1174 Ten Aneroid Barometers and Clocks, 19th/20th century, J. Hicks London, brass-cased silvered dial barometer reading in part Presented to Cadet James Alexander Blackburn, a pocket barometer with silvered dial reading T.A.R.S. & W. Ltd, a brass-cased clock and barometer set by Schatz, a 24hour electric clock by “Mastercrafters,” and four other instruments. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-400 1175 Taunton Laundry Weather Forecast Advertising Sign, first half 20th century, metal frame housing the reverse-painted glass advertising sign, with etched looking glass flanked by the thermometer and barometer dials, inscribed Taunton Laundry Coat and Towel Supplies, All Types of Laundry Service 226 High St. Tel. 774 on the upper panel, and Weather Forecast Courtesy of Taunton Public Market on the lower, ht. 38, wd. 12 1/4 in. $500-700 1176 Two 19th Century Mercury Stick Barometers, Europe, a J.H. Steward ebonized stick barometer with dual dials, and verniers, two bone vernier adjustment knobs, mercury thermometer in throat, terminating in a stepped molded base; the other barometer with cross-banded decoration, brass dials, and hinged upper and mid doors, lg. 43 to 47 in. $200-300

1177 Brass Stick Barometer, Lisbon, Portugal, silvered scale engraved J.J.B.L.M 16 a 22 R.N. Desterro Lisbon, adjustable glass mercury stick, and cistern cover, lg. 37 in. $100-150 1178 Two Ebonized Parallel Rules and a Boxed Pocket Scale, 19th century, 18 to 24-in. rules with shaped brass hinged arms, and chamfered outer edges, larger one marked on arm G. Falconer & Co. Hong Kong; scale having 1 7/8-in. dia. dual pans strung from center shaft, eight counterweights, all housed in a velvetlined fitted box, instrument lg. 4 1/2 in. $150-200 1179 Unmarked Copper Stick Barometer, c. 1900, enameled porcelain barometer dial with vernier scale from 26-32, thermometer scale in waist, central mercury tube, mounted on gimbaled hinge and mahogany plaque, barometer lg. 38 in. $300-500 1180 E.C. Spooner Walnut Stick Barometer, Boston, c. 1890, the silvered paper plate engraved in part The Standard, Storm King Barometer, Manufactured by E.C. Spooner Boston, and the silvered brass thermometer enclosed in a molded window, full-length mercury tube encased in the waist, ebonized trim throughout, lg. 42 in. $400-600 1181 Collection of Ornamentally Turned Wooden Boxes, 19th/20th century, twelve circular wood boxes, all with compression-fit decorated lids, various woods, dia. 1 3/4 to 4 in. $300-500 1182 Collection of Ornamentally Turned Coquilla Nuts, 20th century, set of salt and pepper dispenser, five egg-form screw-lid objects, a small chalice, and four other turnings, twelve total, ht. 2 to 4 in. $200-450

1183 Collection of Ornamentally Turned Objects, 20th century, four perfume bottles, long-stem diminutive vase, lidded urn-shaped vase, a pen, and two other objects, one with a compression-fit top, various woods, nine total, ht. 3 to 6 in. $200-400 1184 Collection of Ornamentally Turned Boxes, 19th/20th century, twelve boxes with decorated compressionfit lids, one with a stone and brass handle, a circular practice block, all in various woods, shapes and sizes, thirteen total, dia. 1 to 4 1/2 in. $300-500 1185 Group of Ornamentally Turned Objects, 20th century, large 9-in. fully decorated compression-fit lidded circular box with small handle, a pierced cylindrical screw-lid canister, a practice block and lid, small basket, and a turned wood bowl, various woods, six total, dia. 4 to 9 in. $200-400 1186 Two Ornamentally Turned Objects, 20th century, fully decorated fivepiece urn-form vase with pineapple finial, each of the graduated sections separate into separate bowls with interlocking latches; and a cathedral tower with pierced midsection and cross finial, ht. 14 to 16 in. $300-500 1187 Ornamentally Turned Clock Tower, c. 1999, blackwood and Masur birch burl tower with four 3/4-in. quartz clocks, brass double ball finial, and motherof-pearl inlay, sits on the dome-top center section, that lifts off to reveal a blackwood removable cup with center handle, all resting on a thumbmolded base, ht. 14 in. $200-400

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1173 Three Early Patent Models and a Hydraulic Pressure Apparatus, 19th/20th century, “Improvement on Lock Nuts,” Frederick Oakley, no. 93,943, August 17, 1869, with original patent label, maple block with lock nut examples and signed “Fredk Oakley August 1869”; “Improvement in Soldering Apparatus,” Fayette. S. Robinson, no. 200,875, March 5, 1878, with original patent label; “Flue-Cleaners,” Ellis E. Lowell, no. 1,196,467, August 29, 1916, with United States and Canadian patent documents, with a collection documents regarding the pursuit of sale of the invention; a brass hydraulic apparatus by S.R. Beitler of the department of engineering at Ohio State University, with graduated circular brass weights for testing the pressure, housed in a gray-painted carrying box; and ten additional official issued patent documents. $1,000-1,500

1188 Leica IIIF with Three Nikon Lenses, Germany and Japan, c. 1952, the chrome body with serial number 546293, lenses, Nikkor C 3.5cm f/3.5, a Nikkor SC 5cm f/1.4, and a Nikkor QC 13.5cm f/3.5, a Nikon 3.5 to 13.5cm variable viewfinder and a Weston Master II light meter. $800-1,200

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1189 Kodak 35 Military Model PH-324 and Nine Others, Rochester, New York, c. 1940, the military model with olive drab body and black trim with back marked PH-324, a range finder model with f/3.5 lens, and eight others. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500

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1190 Eleven Kodak Retina Cameras, Germany, eight various Retina I models including a Types 010, 018, 126, and others, a Retina II and IIa, and a Retinette.

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Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1191 Group of Cameras and Accessories, including three Kodak Bantam f/4.5 cameras, a Revere 8mm movie camera, a Kodascope Eight Model 50 8mm projector, Argus cameras, two A, two A2, an A2F, and two C3, Weston Photronic light meter, and two Gossen meters: a Pilot and a Sixtar. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1192 Rochester Optical “New Model View” 5 x 8-inch Camera, Rochester, New York, c. 1895, cherry body with square brown leather bellows, white name plate mounted above lens, fitted with a lens marked R.O. Co., 2, with cast iron tripod mount. $300-500 1193 Six-air Cylinder Musical Box, Switzerland, c. 1890, no. 10593, burled walnut and inlaid case housing a 8 1/4-in. nickel-plated cylinder, single comb, tune sheet with The Star Spangled Banner, box lg. 18 in. $200-300 1194 Brass and Steel Watchmaker’s Mandrel, late 19th century, a wormgear-driven example with a three-jaw brass faceplate, knurled and flattened thumbscrews, turned wood crank handle, sliding dovetail bedplate, all mounted on a iron stand, lg. 17 in. $300-500

1195 Brass and Steel Watchmaker’s Mandrel, late 19th century, a wormgear-driven example with a three-jaw brass faceplate, knurled and flattened thumbscrews, turned wood crank handle, sliding dovetail bedplate, and tool rest, all mounted on a wood stand, lg. 18 in. $300-500 1196 Brass and Steel Watchmaker’s Mandrel, late 19th century, brass hand-wheel crank on serpentine spoked wheel, brass pulleys, and faceplate with three steel jaws, tool rest with dovetail slide and crank adjustment, all mounted on a wood stand, lg. 22 in. Provenance: Christie’s, Lot 314, November 1994. $400-600 1197 Brass and Steel Watchmaker’s Mandrel, late 19th century, a wormgear-driven example with a three-jaw brass faceplate, knurled and flattened thumbscrews, turned wood crank handle, sliding dovetail bedplate, all mounted on a wood stand, lg. 17 in. $300-500 1198 Brass and Steel Watchmaker’s Mandrel, late 19th century, a wormgear-driven example with a three-jaw brass faceplate, knurled and flattened thumbscrews, turned wood crank handle, sliding dovetail bedplate, and tool rest, all mounted on a wood stand, lg. 18 in. $300-500 1199 Schaublin Miniature Precision Drill Press, Switzerland, c. 1965, the height adjustable neck with Jacob’s keyed chuck, lever operated table with height adjustment and marked on edge Schaublin/Swiss Made and stand, mounted on a mahogany slab with GE Motor, On-Off switch, and rubber belting, painted gray, ht. 14 in. as shown. $250-450

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1200 Schaublin-Villeneuve 70mm Clock and Watchmaker’s Lathe, Bevilard, Switzerland, mid-20th century, the steel bed with cast maker’s mark and CH Schaublin-Villeneuve/Bevilard (Suisse), steel plate inscribed Brevet 81805, head stock with three speed flat belting with minor index or locking plate and removable 6-in. index plate, tail stock, tool rest, V rest, bed to center, 70 mm, lg. of lathe 23 1/2 in.; Schaublin motor No. 5659 with three step pulley on exit end, overhead drive rods and pulleys for cross slide attachments, and manufacturers spec plate, Roto-Phase Generator or phase converter, electrical box and forwardreverse switch, Schaublin accessories include, milling attachment powered by overhead drive, approximately fiftyfive collets, tailstock centering tools, grinding attachment, and 3-in. Pratt Burnerd International three-jaw chuck with inside/outside jaws and Schaublin mounting. Note: This lathe reportedly was in use in the Bulova Watch Company Research and Development department in the mid-20th century. It has seen very little hard use, no abuse, and has been used over the last 30 years for simple turning and the occasional manufacture of a wheel or pinion using the overhead milling attachment. $3,000-5,000 1201 Wolf Jahn 6mm Watchmaker’s Lathe, Frankfurt, Germany, with a 10in. bed, headstock, tailstock, tool rest, three-jaw chuck, and a partial set of 6mm collets, all mounted to a wooden base with electric motor, together with an 11-in. bed by Wolf Jahn with a Webster Whitcomb headstock. $200-400 1202 Collection of Drill Bits, Cutters, Tools, and Motors, various makers, drills including number, center, metric and spade, milling cutters, two mainspring winders, wheel collets, two small electric motors, and a partial box of Power Twist Plus V-Belt. $150-250 1203 Multi-tooth Wheel Cutters, various makers, sizes for various size wheels and pinions and makers including Bergeon, A Musitilli & Cie, L. Carpano, and others, approximately 75 pieces total. $200-300


1205 American Watch Tool Company 7 x 20-inch Lathe, Waltham, Massachusetts, the 32-in. bed with headstock, tailstock, compound cross-slide, and tool rest, attachments including a three-jaw chuck, set of decimal collets, two Chronos dividing plates, a DD66 and a DD63, powered by a 1/3 horsepower A.C. motor, and an associated overhead milling unit and D.C. motor, all on a bench with storage, ht. 51 in. $200-400

1206 Stark Tool Company No. 4 Lathe, Waltham, Massachusetts, the 38-in. bed with headstock, two tailstocks, compound cross slide, and accessories, set of decimal collets, three- and four-jaw chucks, turret tool holder, various cutters and drills, all run by a 1/2 horsepower reversible A.C. motor and mounted on a sturdy wooden bench with two storage drawers, ht.57 in. $1,000-1,500 1207 Bench Top Milling Machine, vertical mill with heavy iron column, adjustable spindle, X-Y table, powered by a belt driven by an electric motor, all on a metal and wood stand, ht. 59 in. $500-700 1208 Swiss Mini Vertical Milling Machine, with 12-in. solid column, rotary table, spring-assisted head return, an assortment of collets, run by a 2 horsepower D.C. motor, all mounted on a wooden base, ht. 23 in. $500-700

1209 Mini Drill Press, one-piece cast iron base and column, adjustable table, belt driven by a small electric motor mounted to the base, column ht. 16 in. $200-250 1210 Watchmaker’s Lathe, with 13 3/4in. bed, headstock, two tailstocks, compound cross slide, flip tool rest, steady rest, three-jaw chuck, set of 8mm collets, mounted on a wooden bench and powered by an electric motor with foot switch, ht. 39, wd. 24, dp. 20 in. $500-700 1211 Holtzaphel Mahogany Case and Associated Cutters, slant-top box with inlaid brass circle and folding handle, slotted interior with 144 turning cutters of various profiles, most unmarked, lg. 7, wd. 6, ht. 4 1/2 in. $200-300

Militaria Lots 1212-1382 1212 Spanish Miquelete-lock Pistol, c. late 18th/early 19th century, walnut stock with ornate brass fittings and an iron buttplate, octagonal to round engraved barrel, belt hook on the left side, and a wooden ramrod, barrel lg. 7, overall lg. 12 3/4 in. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $300-500

1214 Spanish Miquelete-lock Pistol, c. 19th century, walnut stock with ornate brass fittings, octagonal to round barrel, belt hook on the left side, and an iron ramrod, barrel lg. 7 3/4, overall lg. 12 1/4 in. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $500-700

1213 Spanish Miquelete-lock Pistol, c. late 18th/early 19th century, walnut stock with ornate brass fittings, octagonal to round barrel, and an wooden ramrod, barrel lg. 4 1/8, overall lg. 8 1/4 in.

1215 Spanish Miquelete-lock Pistol, c. 19th century, ornately carved walnut stock, iron fittings, octagonal to round barrel, belt hook on the left side, and a wooden ramrod, barrel lg. 8 1/2, overall lg. 14 1/2 in.

Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $400-600

Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $300-500

1216 Model 1860 Colt Army Revolver, c. 1862, serial number 66752, walnut grip with a light cartouche on the right side, steel backstrap and brass triggerguard, replaced wedge, marked on top of the barrel ADDRESS COL. SAML COLT NEW-YORK U.S. AMERICA, barrel lg. 8, overall lg. 14 1/2 in. $300-500

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1204 Three Lathe Accessories, a South Bend compound cross slide with small vice attached, a horizontal milling attachment, and an American Machine Tool X-Y vice, milling ht. 12 in. $200-300

1217 German Socket Bayonet, c. 1740-80, iron socket with a period repair and added rear socket ring, faceted neck, triangular blade, blade lg. 15, overall lg. 19 in. Provenance: Deaccessioned from a local museum. $200-300

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1218 English Hanger, c. late 18th century, brass hilt and pommel (missing the quillon), black-painted wooden grip, steel blade with a single fuller, reproduction leather scabbard with brass throat and drag, blade lg. 28 1/4, overall lg. 34 in. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-400

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1219 Group of India Pattern Bayonets, c. early 19th century, four socket bayonets, one marked DAWES, one marked WOOLLEY/& DEAKIN.

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Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $200-400 1220 Four British Socket Bayonets, c. early 19th century, three India Pattern bayonets and a fusil bayonet. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $200-400 1221 Two Model 1832 Foot Artillery Swords, c. early 19th century, a sword with brass grip, steel blade marked N.P. AMES/SPRINGFIELD, with a leather scabbard with brass throat and drag, and a sword with brass hilt, (damaged cross guard, no scabbard), blade lg. 19, overall lg. 25 in. Provenance: Deaccessioned from a local museum. $300-500 1222 Four Socket Bayonets, c. early to mid-19th century, three Model 1816s and a Model 1842. Provenance: Deaccessioned from a local museum. $200-400 1223 Group of Sword-bladed Socket Bayonets, c. early 19th century, six bayonets with sockets and long sword blades. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $200-300

1224 Four American Bayonets, c. 19th century, a pair of Model 1816 bayonets riveted together to hang on the wall, a single Model 1816 bayonet, and a bayonet marked J.D.C. on the blade with a lock ring on the socket. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $200-300 1225 Seven Socket Bayonets, c. early 19th century, six Model 1816s, and a Model 1798/1808. Provenance: Deaccessioned from a local museum. $300-500 1226 Six Socket Bayonets, c. mid to late 19th century, three Model 1842s, and three trapdoor Springfield bayonets. Provenance: Deaccessioned from a local museum. $200-400 1227 Seven European Socket Bayonets, c. 19th century, several with locking rings and various rack numbers on the sockets. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $200-300 1228 Horse Head Saber, c. 19th century, brass horse pommel with leatherwrapped grip, brass knuckle bow, steel blade with some small engravings, steel scabbard with brass fittings, blade lg. 31, overall lg. 38 1/2 in. $300-500 1229 Stag-handled Knife, c. mid-19th century, crude iron blade with file marks, stag horn one-piece grip with brass rivets, blade lg. 9 1/4, overall lg. 14 1/2 in. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. Note: Included with the lot is a copy of the receipt for purchasing this knife, dated July 6, 1920, which states “Dagger-14 1/2 inch blade, deer horn handle picked up/on the battlefield of Bull Run by Dr. W. H. Gunckle $2.50.” $200-300

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1230 Hunting Knife, c. 19th century, antler grip with a plate pinned on the butt, S-shaped iron counter-guard, and an iron blade. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-250 1231 Japanese Wakizashi, shagreen grip with cloth tape wrapping, iron tsuba, steel blade, lacquered wooden scabbard, and a piece of a wooden board with Japanese characters, blade lg. 16 1/2, overall lg. 21 1/2 in. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1232 Two Mixed Metal Tsubas, a tsuba with pierced side, and figures with gold features; and a rectangular tsuba with a fish and book on one side, and figures with silver and gold features on the other. $300-500 1233 Two Swords, c. late 18th/mid-19th century, a British Pattern 1796 infantry officer’s sword with a gilt-brass hilt, wire-wrapped grip, faceted pommel, blued-steel blade with gilt engravings; and a U.S. Model 1860 cavalry saber with brass hilt, leather and wirewrapped grip, steel blade marked U.S./1865/A.G.M., and maker’s mark C. Roby. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1234 Chinese Short Sword, c. 19th century, cast-brass pommel with foliate designs, shagreen grip wrapped with brass, iron blade with two fullers, and a shagreencovered wooden scabbard with brass fittings, blade lg. 18 1/2, overall lg. 24 1/2 in. $400-600 1235 Two German Swords in Scabbards, c. early 20th century, a sword with a gilt-covered hilt and knuckle bow, wire wrapped grip, steel blade, and a bluedsteel scabbard with a single carrying ring; and a sword with a steel hilt, an lion with a Bavarian shield, steel blade with regimental markings, and a plated scabbard with two carrying rings. $200-300


Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1237 Group of Fighting Knives, c. 1917-45, a Model 1917 fighting knife and scabbard, marked L.F. & C./1917; a reproduction M3 knife in a leather scabbard; four M3 knives and scabbard; a relic M3 knife with no grip; two M3 knife scabbards; a fighting knife marked on the ricasso US/CAMILLUS, a navy survival knife and scabbard marked U.S.N., and a Fairbairn-Sykes commando knife and scabbard, marked on the guard with a broad arrow, ENGLAND, and I. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $500-700 1238 Model 1913 Cavalry Saber, c. 1914, black steel basket-shaped hilt with checkered black grip, steel blade marked U.S. on one side, and SA/1914 with an ordnance bomb, cloth covered scabbard with steel throat and drag, blade lg. 35 1/4, overall lg. 42 in. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1239 Group of Fighting and Pocket Knives, c. 1941-45, includes PAL 36 knives and scabbards, British pocket knives, and American pocket knives. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $400-600

1240 Group of U.S. Machetes and Scabbards, c. early to mid-20th century, five M-1942 machetes with canvas scabbards; a U.S.N. Mk. I machete and canvas scabbard; a U.S.M.C. bolo knife; a Collins & Company 1940 dated machete with leather scabbard; a M-1942 with a leather scabbard; a Model 1909 bolo knife with a leather scabbard; a Model 1910 bolo knife with canvas scabbard; two machetes with green-painted fiber scabbards; a Woodman’s Pal with canvas scabbard, a Woodman’s Pal with steel scabbard; A. Collins & Company bolo knife and scabbard; and six empty scabbards. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1241 Twelve Bayonets, c. early 20th century, three Model 1905 bayonets with canvas scabbards, four Model 1905 bayonets with leather scabbards, a spare leather scabbard for parts, three Model 1917 bayonets, a Swiss butcher back bayonet, and a Mauser bayonet. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $700-900 1242 Group of Model 1905/42 Bayonets, c. 1942-43, seven Model 1905/42 bayonets with fiberglass scabbards, three without scabbards, two unissued scabbards in the box, and a few spare parts, blade lg. 10, overall lg. 20 1/2 in. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $400-600 1243 Fifteen U.S. Bayonets, c. mid20th century, nine M1 bayonets and scabbards, one Model 1905E1 without scabbard, four Model M2 bayonets with scabbards, and an M7 bayonet with a leather scabbard. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $400-600

1244 Austrian Matchlock Forked Rest, c. mid-17th century, iron fork with a tag marked Gun Fork/Austrian/17th Century/about 1650/From Fortress Hohenwetln/Collection of/Archduke of/ Austria, and on the reverse Bought of/ Clapp & Graham/514 Madison/Ave, New York/$15-/Feb. 1, 1929, with a wooden haft painted Spanish brown, lg. 51 in. Provenance: From the collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $300-500 1245 Group of Military Documents, c. 1815-78, militia regimental, and divisional orders from Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Connecticut, with drill instructions, requisition for supplies, appointments, etc. $300-500 1246 Paper with Militia Emblem, c. early 19th century, an eagle with outstretched wings and a star, flanked by flags, ht. 8, wd. 6 3/4 in. $200-300 1247 Orderly Book of the 5th Regiment, Maine Militia, c. 1812-20, papercovered book includes company officers, general orders, equipment returns, and orders relating to the British attack on Maine in 1814, ht. 12, lg. 7 1/2 in. $800-1,000 1248 Wooden Model Cannon, c. 19th century, cherry carriage, tube, and wheels, with iron fittings, barrel lg. 21 3/8, overall ht. 8, lg. 21 1/2 in.

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1236 Model 1902 Officer’s Sword and a Model 1906 Cavalry Saber, c. early 20th century, officer’s sword with nickel-plated hilt, plastic grip, engraved steel blade, and steel scabbard; the cavalry saber with steel hilt, leatherwrapped grip, and steel blade marked U.S./J.H.C. and A.S.Co./1906 with an ordnance bomb.

Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-400 1249 Militia Cartridge Box and Waistbelt, c. early 19th century, black leather cartridge box with lines of tooling around the flap, box holds twentyfour tin tubes for cartridges, the black leather waistbelt with a small roller buckle. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $300-500

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1250 Four Powder Horns, c. early 19th century, a carved and engraved Spanish horn; a carved horn with ornate plug and a head at the spout; a small carved and engraved horn (missing the plug); and a small plain horn with pine plug and stopper.

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Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $300-500

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1251 Honorable Artillery Company Belt and Pouch, c. 19th century, white-painted buff leather strap with silver-plate brass buckles and keeper, two chains with arrows from the top of the shoulder to a central plate on the breast, strap attached to a small black cartridge pouch with a plate marked HONORABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY in a scroll, with a crown on the top, inside the pouch is a tin compartment. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $300-500 1252 Lieutenant General William T. Sherman Carte-de-visite with Clipped Autograph, c. 19th century, signed on the bottom W.T. Sherman/ Lt Genl., clipped from a document, marked on the back Carte Imperiale/ C.D. FREDERICKS & Co./587 Broadways/NEW YORK, ht. 4, wd. 2 1/2 in. $200-300 1253 Group of Civil War Accoutrements, c. 1861-65, two Model 1855 cartridge boxes with lead-filled brass box plates marked US, both with internal tins, two leather cap boxes, a waistbelt with a lead-filled brass plate marked US, and a post-war dress cartridge box for the Pennsylvania State Fencibles. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $400-600 1254 Group of Buttons, early 19th to early 20th century, coin buttons with eagle and shield, silver-plated eagle I buttons, Civil War-era eagle buttons, and Indian War-era eagle buttons.

1255 Pair of Spurs and a Canteen, c. 1861-65, brass spurs with leather straps and brass buckles; and a bull’seye canteen with a red-painted U.S. on the front. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $200-300 1256 Five Washington Grays Artillery Buttons, c. 1840s, brass shells, impressed at the top WASHINGTON, and on the bottom GRAYS, applied brass eagle with an A in the center, back mark reads G.FLOYD & CO./ SUPERFINE, wd. 7/8 in. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $200-400 1257 Group of Civil War-era Navy Buttons and Two Marine Buttons, c. mid-19th century, brass buttons of various sizes and makers, and two Marine Corps buttons on a pasteboard backing. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $200-400 1258 Civil War-era Buttons, c. mid-19th century, a rubber sharpshooter’s button with an eagle I in a central shield; an engineer corps button; two Confederate staff buttons; and two South Carolina buttons. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $400-600 1259 Group of Cap Plates and Belt Buckles, c. mid-19th century, two 1832 belt plates for infantry and artillery mounted on pasteboard, two militia cap plates with an eagle, shield, and trophies, marked BALE under the banners, with attachment tabs on the backs; and four cap badges. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $300-500

Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $200-300

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1260 Souvenir of the First Transatlantic Telegraph Line by Tiffany, c. 1858, a piece of steel cable with bands on each end, and a note from Cyrus W. Field dated August 21st, 1858, relating that he has sold the balance of the Atlantic Telegraph Cable to Tiffany and Company jewelers. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $200-300 1261 Group of Kearsarge, Hartford, and Merrimac Objects, c. 1861-65, an iron bell clapper from the Merrimac, an electrified copper lantern from the Kearsarge, and black-painted lantern from the Kearsarge, and a brass candle lantern used on board the Hartford, all with museum labels from the Norton collection. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $300-500 1262 Relics from the U.S.S. Maine, c. 1898, a white-painted canvas life ring, with black-painted block lettering which reads MAINE; a clinometer salvaged from the Maine; and a piece of an exploded shell recovered from the Maine. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. Note: The lot includes a copy of an original receipt for the purchase of the life ring from Bannermans, dated 1926, as well as loan documents, stating that the items were at the U.S. Naval Academy from 1954 to 1988. $600-800 1263 U.S.S. Maine Memorial Bronze Plaque, c. 1913, bronze memorial plaque cast from metal recovered from the Maine, the upper marked IN MEMORIAM, and below an image of the Maine, U.S.S. MAINE/DESTROYED IN HAVANA HARBOR/FEBRUARY 15TH, 1898., and along the base THIS TABLET IS CAST FROM METAL RECOVERED FROM THE U.S.S. MAINE., marked on the back C. KECK and numbered 341, ht. 12 3/4, wd. 17 5/8 in. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. Note: The lot includes copies of the original correspondence with the historical society and the Navy regarding the purchase of the piece. $800-1,000


1265 Two WWI Flare Guns, c. 1917, a French Model 1917 with checkered walnut grips, brass frame, and steel barrel; and a Webley & Scott No. 1 MK. 1, with walnut grips, brass barrel and frame marked WEBLEY & SCOTT LTD,/ LONDON & BIRMINGHAM. $200-400 1266 British Rope-tension Drum, c. late 19th/early 20th century, red- and bluepainted hoops, blue-painted shell with a British coat of arms, calfskin head (cracked), and a round wooden base, ht. 15 1/4, wd. 17 in. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $200-300 1267 Group of Prussian Mitre Caps, c. late 19th to early 20th century, wool construction with brass plates, one in a black-painted tin case. Provenance: From the collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. Note: Some of these caps are possibly film props used in German films made in the 1930s. $200-400 1268 German Model 1916 Camouflagepainted Helmet, c. 1916-18, steel helmet shell, green-painted with Spanish brown brush strokes, intact leather liner, and chinstrap, ht. 6 1/2 in. Provenance: Deaccessioned from a local museum. $500-700 1269 Model 1867/71 Prussian Artillery Officer’s Pickelhaube, c. 1870, black-painted leather shell with brass fittings, brass scales on the chinstrap, black leather liner, with a label written in French inside the front visor noting the capture of the helmet on November 11th, 1870 during the Franco-Prussian war, ht. 9 in. $400-600

1270 Laflin & Rand Powder Keg, c. 1870s, wooden keg with four bands around each end, and a wooden screw-in plug, remnants of the label on one end, ht. 10, wd. 8 1/2 in. Provenance: The collection of the Valley Forge Historical Society. $200-400 1271 Cannon Model, c. 20th century, castiron double-trail carriage, wheels, and tube, tube lg. 15, overall ht. 11 1/4, lg. 25 in. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-400 1272 Group of Assorted Militaria, c. 20th century, five EE-8A field telephones; M4 bayonets, web gear, cleaning rods, a machete, tracer cutting knives, and many other objects. $200-300 1273 Group of Holsters and Leather Gear, c. 19th and 20th century, a Civil War carbine socket, four German holsters, a Model 1917 revolver holster, a Model 1902 revolver holster, four Model 1911 automatic pistol holsters, a garrison belt, five Model 1907 leather rifle slings, and a binoculars case. $200-300 1274 Bridge Over the River Kwai Spike, c. 1942-45, iron spike collected from the timbers of the original bridge, in a wooden box with authenticity papers, spike lg. 5 1/2 in. $200-400 1275 Framed Theo Bleser Tank Officer Portrait, c. 1945, oil on board of a lieutenant wearing tanker uniform and helmet, with a 10th Armored Division patch on his left sleeve, background depicts a German city on fire and a tank, marked in lower left corner Theo Bleser/GRASSAU 45, and on the right painted in red is the date FEBRUARY 27, 1945, ht. 25, wd. 20 1/4 in. Note: Grassau, Germany, is a market town in Bavaria, which was taken by the 10th Armored “Tiger” Division in 1945. Theo Bleser (1918-1974) was a well-known German illustrator who worked in the Munich area. $500-700

1276 Group of WWII Ammunition Cans, c. 1941-45, eleven .30 caliber cans; three .50 caliber cans; and a .45 caliber can. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $150-200 1277 Group of WWII Inert Artillery Fuzes, Shells, Mines, and Trench Art, c. 1941-45, shells and projectiles turned into lamps and lighters; inert fuzes and projectiles; two M2A1 mines; an M20 practice mine; a parachute M21A1 amber star flare in the cardboard storage tube; and inert 20mm and .50 caliber rounds. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1278 Group of WWII Inert Artillery Ordnance, c. 1941-45, thirteen various artillery rounds with projectiles; and two empty cardboard protective covers. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1279 Group of WWII Inert Rifle Grenades and Adapters, c. 1941-45, a smoke grenade; three adapters with a grenades; three adapters; an adapter for a chemical grenade; practice grenades and antitank grenades. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1280 Group of WWII Artillery Shell Casings, c. 1918-45, brass artillery shell casings of various calibers and sizes; and the bottom of a bomb made into an ashtray.

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1264 Framed Print of the Ships in the United States Navy, c. 1898, includes all of the ships in the United States Navy, including the Maine in the upper right corner, destroyed by explosion on February 15th, 1898, ht. 27 3/4, lg. 42 in. $200-300

Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $150-250 1281 Group of WWII Inert Grenades, c. 1941-45, MK II fragmentation grenades and parts; practice grenades; a French grenade brought back from North Africa; and empty grenade cans. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500

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1282 Group of WWII Inert 81mm Mortar Rounds, c. 1941-45, an M56 shell; eight M17 shells; two mortar shell bases; and two shell lamps.

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Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $400-600

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1283 Group of WWII Inert 61mm Mortar Shells, c. 1941-45, a mortar shell made into a lamp; an excavated base; an M69 shell; four M49 shells, one in the original storage tube; and empty storage tube; an M83A1 shell; an M83 shell in a partial storage tube; and an M5 shell. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1284 Group of WWII Inert Bazooka Rockets, c. 1941-45, eight practice and inert bazooka rounds. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-250 1285 Group of WWII Inert 37mm and 40mm Shells, c. 1941-45, complete rounds with some in their cardboard protective sleeves; shell casings; and projectiles. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-250 1286 Group of WWII Inert Artillery Ordnance, c. 1941-45, thirteen various inert ordnance shells with projectiles; and two 75mm cardboard storage tubes. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1287 Group of WWI and WWII Gas Masks, Goggles, and Signal Flags, c. 191745, WWI gasmasks; WWII gasmasks; a flare gun; pairs of goggles; signal flags; and a group of M1 helmet sweatbands and parts. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-250

1288 Group of Airplane Gauges, Clocks, and Radio Equipment, c. 1940s, an unissued compass; electrical test sets; clocks; gauges; and other test equipment. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $150-200 1289 Group of WWII Signal Corps Equipment, c. 1941-45, an EE65-B test set; an EE-89-A telephone repeater; a BC-348-N radio receiver; a TP-9 telephone; and a TS-27/TSM test set. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-250 1290 Group of WWII Signal Corps Accessories, c. 1941-45, groups of operators chest sets; unissued HS30-U headsets; phone wire and cables; headphones; spare parts; and TS-9 handsets. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300

1294 Group of WWII Lanterns and Stoves, c. 1941-52, an unissued Coleman lantern in the cardboard box; a Coleman lantern in a green-painted wooden storage box; four smaller lanterns; and five small cook stoves. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-250 1295 Group of WWI and WWII Haversacks, Packs, and Bags, c. 1917-45, Model 1910 haversacks; Model 1928 haversacks; Model 1936 field bags; combat field packs; field cargo bags; a packboard; mountain pack; and three navy flotation devices. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1296 Group of WWI and WWII Mess Gear and Canteens, c. 1917-45, mess kits; mountain cook sets; forks, knives, and spoons; enameled canteens and cups; a plastic canteens; canteens; and canteen covers. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300

1291 Group of WWII Switchboards and Phones, c. 1941-52, two BD-71 switchboards; two signal corps TP-6-A rotary phones; and an operator’s chest set.

1297 Group of Dispatch Cases, c. 191545, canvas and leather dispatch cases, American and British.

Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300

Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-250

1292 Group of WWII Signal Corps Equipment, c. 1941-45, two telegraph sets, one in the canvas case; a cased telephone repeater; a wire test set; two voltohmmeters; a frequency meter; and a remote control unit.

1298 Group of WWI and WWII Web Gear, c. 1917-45, ten pocket cartridge belts; waistbelts, M36 suspenders; trouser waistbelts; M36 pistol belts, and miscellaneous straps.

Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-400 1293 Group of WWII Communications Equipment, c. 1941-45, a BC-611-F handie-talkie with strap; a BC-1000-B backpack radio; and a TP-9 telephone. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-250

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Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500


Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1300 Group of Entrenching Tools and Axes, 1941-45, Model 1910 pickmattock sets; Model 1910 T-handle shovels and covers, Model 1910 belt axes and covers, and model 1943 shovels and covers. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1301 Group of WWII Personal Items, c. 1941-45, includes sunglasses; housewives; towels; soap; maps; uniform marking kits; toiletry kits; shower sandals; playing cards; and many other items. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1302 Group of WWII Rations and Smoking Material, c. 1941-45, a U.S. Army field K ration in a plain brown box; a supper K ration with green and brown box; an unopened box of emergency bread; a field ration B unit can of biscuits; a can of ham and lima beans; an unopened bottle of Coca Cola; an unopened pack of Lucky Strike green cigarettes; an unopened pack of Pall Mall victory cigarettes; three unopened K ration packs of Camel cigarettes; two unopened K ration packs of Chesterfield cigarettes; an unopened box of type C square biscuits; matches; cigarette tins; and lighters.

1303 Group of WWII Military Overshoes, c. 1941-45, ten pairs of rubber and felt overshoes, and shoe pacs. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1304 Five Pairs of WWII Boots, c. 193950, a pair of canvas tennis shoes with contract stamping inside; a pair of rough out service shoes, marked on the heel GOODYEAR, with contractor’s markings inside; a pair of children’s double buckle boots marked on the sole BILTRITE; a pair of early cap-toe service shoes, marked on the heel USA/No 28; and a pair of leather boots with hobnails and toe taps. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1305 Four Pairs of WWII Boots, c. 1941-45, a pair of green canvas tennis shoes, marked on the inside ENDICOTT JOHNSON CORP; a pair of rough out service shoes, heels marked GOODYEAR, with light markings inside the shoe; a pair of cap-toe service shoes, heels marked GOODYEAR and the half soles marked U.S. ARMY; and a pair of paratrooper or engineer’s boots, soles marked BFG/B.F. Goodrich. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1306 Four Pairs of WWII Boots, c. early to mid 20th century, a pair of green canvas tennis shoes with stamp inside the tongues; a pair of paratrooper jump boots, marked on the half sole U.S. ARMY and on the inside MILWAUKEE SHOE CO/BOSTON DEPOT 1943; a pair of cap-toe service shoes with leather soles, marked on the heels GOODYEAR; and a pair of cap-toe rough out service shoes, marked on the sole Highflex/BY/GOODRICH. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $400-600

1307 Four Pairs of WWII Boots, c. 194145, a pair of cap-toe service shoes, marked on the half sole U.S. ARMY, and on the heel LIGHT/TREAD; a pair of double buckle boots, marked on the sole B.F. Goodrich, and inside BROWN SHOE CO./BOSTON DEPOT; a pair of rough out low quarter shoes, marked on the heel TUFTEX; and a pair of heavy, black, high-top boots marked on the inside GEO. E. KEITH/BOSTON DEPOT/OCT. 13 1942. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1308 Nine U.S. Field Phones, c. 1941-45, five field phones in green canvas cases, and four in leather cases. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1309 Three Pairs of WWII Boots, c. early to mid-20th century, a pair of paratrooper jump boots, marked on the half soles B.F. Goodrich, and a light stamp on the upper marked PAIR-A-TROOPER/ BRAND; a pair of lace up cavalry boots, marked inside CHICAGO DEPOT and on the heel GOODYEAR/WINGFOOT; and a pair of high-top cavalry boots with three-buckle wrap-around calves, stamped inside FEB. 10. 1941/ BOSTON DEPOT. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1310 Four U.S. Field Desks, Sun Compass, and a Phonograph, c. 1941-45, three company-sized field desks with trays and typewriter compartments; a headquarters-sized field desk with two lower drawers, and three large vertical compartments; a sun compass; and a special services phonograph.

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1299 Group of WWI and WWII Web Pouches and Gear, c. 1917-45, an unissued canvas carrying case for an M1 Garand; an unissued canvas carrying case for an M1 carbine; three unissued canvas Thompson submachine gun pouches; M1919 gun cover; ordnance handbook case; tool rolls; first aid pouches, M1911 magazine pouches; an M8 spare barrel cover; BAR carrying case; M1917 revolver ammo pouches; and other related objects.

Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500

Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300

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1311 Group of British Air Raid Precautionary Objects, c. 193945, a wooden painted sign, marked HARRISON AUTO. CO. LTD./A.R.P/ FIRE WATCHER listing the locations for fire equipment; armbands marked FIRE/GUARD and CIVIL DEFENSE/ CORPS/RESCUE, a blue beret marked CIVIL DEFENSE CORPS, gas masks, gas rattles, and alarm bell, canteen, ashtray, match case, first aid kits, and other related objects.

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Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $400-600

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1312 Group of Military Binoculars and Spy Glasses, c. early to mid-20th century, eleven American, British, and French binoculars; two spy glasses; and an empty case. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1313 Twelve Pairs of Military Binoculars, and a Spy Glass, c. early to mid20th century, American, British, and German, some with cases; and unissued boxes of filters. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1314 Group of British and American Military Sketching and Map Making Equipment, c. 1914-52, a MILLS 1914 dated pencil case; British canvas cased compass and sketching sets; protractors, rulers; drawing sets; squares; and other related objects. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1315 Group of Military Compasses and Instruments, c. 1918-50, watch-type compass; lensatic compasses and carrying cases; M-1938 compasses and carrying cases; clinometers; an M1 sighting device; and wrist compasses. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500

1316 Group of Military Compasses and Instruments, c. 1918-50, watch-type compass; lensatic compasses and carrying cases; M-1938 compasses and carrying cases; clinometers; and wrist compasses. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-400 1317 Group of WWII Medals and Insignia, c. 1941-45, cased distinguished Flying Cross; cased Silver Star; cased Bronze Star; cased Purple Hearts; invasion flags; two clickers; 82nd Airborne patch; glider patches; glider wings; and various other collar discs and insignia. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1318 Group of WWI and WWII Engineering Tools, c. early to mid-20th century, two pairs of wire cutters in pouches; M2 pliers and crimpers; five signal corps leather cased tool sets; TL-13 pliers; and a 10 cap blasting machine. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1319 Group of Leather Holsters and Rifle Slings, c. early to mid-20th century, BAR spare parts containers; Model 1907 rifle slings; Model 1911 .45 holsters; Model 1917 revolver holsters; canvas British holster; and two reproduction holsters. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1320 Group of WWII Gun Related Accessories, c. 1941-45, a Model 1903 Springfield spare parts kit in the original wooden dowel; Kerr patent slings; cleaning kits; two new old stock M8 grenade launchers; a used M8 grenade launcher; two flash hiders; 1919 cloth belts; oil containers; an unissued M9 sight; and many other objects. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $400-600

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1321 Group of U.S. Medical Equipment, c. 1941-45, medical pouches, bandages, vehicle first aid kits, Carlisle bandages, field medical kits with contents, armbands, and gauze. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1322 Group of British Air Raid Precautionary Objects, c. 1939-45, two alarm bells, whistle, first aid kits, lanterns, manuals, first aid tins, blackout paper, and ephemera. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1323 Group of British Pattern 37 Webb Gear and Equipment, c. 1937-45, canteens and covers, belts, mess kits, bags, packs, and ammunition pouches. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1324 Two WWI Trench Periscopes, c. 1917-18, a green-painted brass periscope marked TRENCH PERISCOPE NO. 10/MODEL 1918, with a leather case and strap; and a wooden trench periscope, with a label which reads A GENUINE U.S. ARMY/ Trench Periscope. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-250 1325 Group of Civil Defense Items, c. 1941-45, civil defense related ephemera, signs, first aid kits, arm bands, gas mask, side cap, badges, pins, and related objects. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300


1335 Three M1 Helmets and Liners, c. 1942-45, a front seam fixed bale helmet with cover, khaki chinstrap, and a liner with intact webbing, (missing nape strap), leather chinstrap, and sweatband; a front seam fixed bale shell with white-painted Lieutenant Colonels leaf, and one chinstrap, a liner (some damage to the webbing and rusted hardware), with a white-painted leaf on the front; and a front seam fixed bale shell with khaki chinstrap, with a white-painted lieutenant’s bar, and a liner with white-painted bar, and intact webbing.

1327 Six British Air Raid Precautionary Helmets, c. 1939-45, Brodie-style shells with various unit markings.

1332 Five M1 Helmets and Liners, c. mid20th century, a front seam swivel bale with muted red cross insignia painted around the shell, with dark chinstrap, liner has intact dark webbing, (no sweatband or leather chinstrap); a rear seam swivel bale shell with military police insignia painted around the shell, dark chinstrap, and a liner with military police insignia, and intact webbing and sweatband (missing the leather chinstrap); a front seam swivel bale shell with painted red cross insignia, and dark chinstrap, and a liner (worn webbing); a front seam swivel bale with khaki chinstrap, and a liner with intact webbing and leather chinstrap; and a front seam fixed bale shell with khaki chinstrap, and a liner with intact webbing and leather chinstrap.

Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300

Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500

1336 Two M1 Helmets with Fiber Liners, c. 1941-42, a front seam fixed bale shell with khaki chinstrap, and a clothcovered fiber liner, with rayon webbing, intact leather sweatband, (no leather chinstrap); and a front seam fixed bale shell with a khaki chinstrap, and a cloth-covered fiber liner with intact webbing, and chinstrap (broken).

Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $400-600

1328 Six British Air Raid Precautionary Helmets, c. 1939-45, Brodie-style helmets with various unit markings. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1329 Six British Warden’s Helmets, c. 1939-45, Brodie-style shells with civil defense insignia, one without. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1330 Six British Air Raid Precautionary Helmets, c. 1939-45, Brodie-style shells with painted markings for various units, one unpainted. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1331 Four Late M1 Helmets, and a Kevlar Helmet, c. late 20th century, four Vietnam through the 1980s shells and liners with camouflage covers; and a Kevlar helmet with camouflage cover. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300

1333 Five M1 Helmets and Liners, c. mid-20th century, a front seam swivel bale shell with red cross markings and khaki chinstrap, and a liner with intact webbing, sweatband, and leather chinstrap; a front seam fixed bale shell with a khaki chinstrap, and a liner (some webbing loss), and a leather chinstrap; a front seam swivel bale shell with dark chinstrap, and a liner with intact webbing, sweatband, and leather chinstrap; a rear seam swivel bale shell with dark straps, and a liner with intact webbing (missing sweatband), and leather chinstrap; and a front seam fixed bale shell with khaki straps and a liner with intact webbing, (missing leather chinstrap). Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1334 Six Civil Defense Helmets, c. 194145, a fiber liner painted white with a civil defense decal on the front; a steel Brodie-style helmet painted white with a civil defense decal on the front, and well as two triangular rank badges on either side of the front decal; a Brodie-style helmet painted white with a painted civil defense logo on the front, and above it painted AIR . RAID WARDEN, with a red band painted around the rim; a Brodie-style helmet painted white with a civil defense decal on the front; a Brodie-style helmet painted white with a civil defense decal on the front; and a Brodie-style helmet painted white with a large civil defense decal on the front.

Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-400

Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-400 1337 Two M1 Helmets with Fiber Liners, c. 1941-43, a front seam fixed bale shell with khaki chinstrap, and a clothcovered fiber liner with intact webbing, and a leather chinstrap; and a front seam swivel bale shell with a clothcovered fiber liner with intact webbing, leather chinstrap (broken). Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-400

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1326 Three Flyers Helmets, Tanker Helmet, Goggles, Oxygen Mask, and a Mae West Life Jacket, C. 1941-45, a leather flyer’s cap marked ARMY AIR FORCES; with a respirator and goggles; two canvas flight helmets; an unissued oxygen mask in the box; two pairs of flying goggles in the box; two altitude and airspeed computers; and a tanker’s helmet.

1338 Colonel’s M1 Helmet, and Two Fiber Liners, c. 1941-41, a fixed bale M1 helmet shell with front seam, with a white-painted colonel’s eagle painted on the front, and a white officer’s stripe on the back, (missing chinstrap), a fiber liner with a colonel’s eagle painted on the front, and a white officer’s stripe on the back, with intact webbing and leather chinstrap, and a jeep cap tucked inside; and a fiber liner with intact webbing and chinstrap, with a colonel’s eagle pinned to the front. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500

Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300

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1339 Six Model 1917 Helmets, c. 1917-42, a shell and liner with a 28th Division symbol painted on the right side; a shell (no liner) with a blue airplane in a white circle, and marked WARDEN; a helmet shell (no liner), with a red cross painted in a white circle; a shell in new condition with complete liner and chinstrap; a shell with intact liner and wear, and a Model 1917A1 shell with intact liner and chinstrap.

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Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500

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1340 Five M1 Helmets and Liners, c. mid20th century, a rear seam swivel bale with liner; a rear seam swivel bale with liner and webbing (damaged), a front seam swivel bale shell, and a liner with intact webbing (missing sweatband); a rear seam swivel bale with liner and sweatband (some wear); and a front seam fixed bale shell (some cracking), and liner (some wear and cracks, no sweatband). Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1341 Five M1 Helmets and Liners, c. mid-20th century, a front seam swivel bale shell (some paint loss), and a liner with intact webbing and sweatband; a front seam swivel bale shell with captain’s bars painted on the front, and a liner with painted captain’s bars (some wear on the webbing and sweatband); a front seam fixed bale shell with all of its paint, and a liner with intact webbing and sweatband; a rear seam swivel bale, with liner, webbing, and sweatband; and a front seam swivel bale shell with liner (damaged webbing). Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1342 Five WWII M1 Helmets, c. 1940s, an unissued swivel bale front seam shell with dark straps, net, and liner; a swivel bale rear seam shell with dark straps, net, and unissued liner; an unissued swivel bale with khaki straps, unissued liner, (no sweatband or chinstrap); an unissued swivel bale with khaki straps, and a liner (missing the sweatband and chinstrap); and a front seam fixed bale with khaki straps and net, with liner, used sweatband, and chinstrap. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-400

1343 Two Helmets from General Harlan N. Hartness, c. mid-20th century, a fixed bale M1 front seam helmet shell with a brigadier general single star on the front, and an outline of helmet netting, inside the shell is marked H.N HARTNESS/012268; a signal corps image of General Hartness wearing this helmet during the German surrender of Metz, France, and a two-star flak helmet and liner, both painted with two stars on the front. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $400-600 1344 Four Flak Helmets, c. 1940s, an M3 flak helmet with liner and web chinstrap; an M3 helmet shell, a M4A2 flak helmet; and an M5 flak helmet in unissued condition with leather chinstrap. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1345 WWII M1C Airborne Helmet, c. 1940s, front seam steel shell with swivel bales and khaki chinstrap, green helmet net, Westinghouse liner with dark green “A” straps and leather chin cup. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. Note: This helmet was purchased from Mr. Ken Lewis, author of Doughboy to G.I. $600-800 1346 Five Leather Rifle Scabbards, c. early to mid-20th century, four leather rifle scabbards for the 1903 Springfield rifle, and one for the M1 Garand, a few with replacement straps. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-400 1347 Group of WWII Shelter Halves and Sleeping Bags, c. 1941-45, shelter half sets with pins, pin bags, and poles; sleeping bags with wool liners and cover. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-250

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1348 U.S. Military Sketching Kits, c. 191745, a sketching kit in a canvas carrying pack; five sketching kits in metal cases; and a sketching kit in unissued condition in a olive drab #7 canvas carrying case. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1349 Mine Sweeper, Loudspeaker, and a Range Finder c. 1939-45, an American SCR-625-C mine sweeper in the case; an LS-6 loudspeaker and amplifier in the case; and a British MKIV ranger finder in the wooden case, also with two tripods and a canvas carry case. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-400 1350 U.S. Marking and Stencil Sets, c. 1917-45, a green-painted wooden box marked STENCIL/U.S./OUTFIT containing brass stencils; a wooden box marked STENCIL/OUTFIT containing brass stencils; five sets of marking kits, stenciled in black on the covers MARKING/OUTFIT FOR/ STAMPING METAL, containing stamps, mallet, and other tools. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1351 Raincoat and Objects Related to Seth Burchard, c. 1943-45, rubberized raincoat worn by Seth Burchard during the Battle of the Bulge, medals, pins, dog tags in leather casing, his story of the war, and copies of images of himself, including one with Otto Skorzeny. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1352 Robert J. Hause Glider Pilot Grouping, c. 1941-45, officer’s dress tunic with air corps patch and pins, silver glider pilot’s wings, barracks bag, 10kt gold glider pilot’s ring, and a plaque presented to Mr. Hause upon his arrival home. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. Note: Robert J. Hause was a native of Athol, Massachusetts. $300-500


Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $400-600 1354 Group of WWII Trunks and Ammunition Crates, c. 1941-45, a footlocker with inner tray; a 37MM ammunition crate; a green-painted ammunition crate; a German ammunition crate used as a shipping box for war trophies; a 20MM ammunition crate; a 60MM mortar ammunition crate; a grenade crate with empty grenade tubes; a Quonset hut made from an ammunition crate; and an identified footlocker to a member of the 116th infantry; and a trunk filled with officer’s shirts, trousers, and other clothing. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300 1355 Group of WW2 Boots, c. 1941-45, group contains double-buckle boots, a pair of paratrooper boots, lace up boots, cap-toe low quarters, all with some wear and use. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $150-250 1356 Six British Air Raid Precautionary Helmets, c. 1939-45, Brodie-style shells painted with various unit markings. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-300

1357 Five M1 Helmets and Liners, c. mid20th century, a front seam fixed bale shell with chinstrap, and a liner with intact webbing, (missing sweatband and nape strap), with leather chinstrap; a front seam fixed bale shell with khaki chinstrap, liner with intact webbing, (sweatband worn, missing leather chinstrap); a front seam fixed bale shell with khaki chinstrap, liner with intact webbing, (missing sweatband), with leather chinstrap; a front seam fixed bale shell with painted red cross markings and khaki straps, liner with intact webbing, (missing sweatband, nape strap, and leather chinstrap); and a front seam fixed bale shell with partially painted red cross insignia (no chinstrap), liner has intact webbing, (missing leather chinstrap and nape strap). Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1358 Group of WWI and WWII Headgear, c. 1917-45, officers’ peaked caps, campaign hats, overseas caps including a glider cap, a pith helmet, and two Australian hats. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $400-600 1359 Group of Helmets and Liners, c. mid20th century, four M1 helmet shells, a Swiss M18 helmet, and ten helmet liners. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1360 Group of M1 Garand Parts, c. mid-20th century, two stocks with no cartouche, two barrels, an operating rod, springs, lower trigger group, and hand guards. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500

1361 Group of Thompson and M3 Submachine Gun Parts, c. 194145, walnut buttstocks, hand guards, pistol grips, bolts, lower receivers, magazines, sights, spare barrels, and other miscellaneous parts, and a cut M3 grease gun parts set. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $700-900 1362 U.S. M2 60mm Mortar Accessories, c. 1941-45, an original unissued muzzle cover and strap with the packaging; left and right shoulder pads; group of mortar manuals; an M37 light instrument; fuze wrench and tools; two M4 sights in the leather case; leather strap; a group of M2 ammunition bags, one unissued in the paper wrapper; a canvas baseplate cover; an M9 cleaning staff; two aiming posts; and two M41 light aiming posts. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $200-400 1363 60 MM Inert Mortar, c. 1940s, original base plate, bipod, sight, and sling, with two inert reproduction tubes. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $400-600 1364 Inert M1A1 Thompson Submachine Gun, c. mid to late 20th century, walnut stock, grip, and forend, original lower receiver serial number 514751, with a solid-cast upper receiver marked AUTO-ORDNANCE CORP./ BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT, overall lg. 32 in.

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1353 Large Group of Military Uniforms, c. 1917-60, WWI tunics, shirts, leg wraps; WWII jackets, tunics, field jackets; ladies’ military clothing.

Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $700-900 1365 Inert M1A1 Thompson Submachine Gun, c. mid to late 20th century, walnut stock, grip, and forend, original lower receiver serial number 223410, with a solid-cast upper receiver marked AUTO-ORDNANCE CORP./ BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT, overall lg. 32 in. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $700-900

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1366 Inert 1928A1 Thompson Submachine Gun, c. mid to late 20th century, walnut stock, grip, and forend, original lower receiver, with a solid-cast upper receiver marked AUTO-ORDNANCE CORP./BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT, U.S.A., overall lg. 34 in.

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Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $700-900

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1367 Inert Browning 1919A4 Belt-fed Machine Gun and Tripod, c. mid to late 20th century, parkerized finish, original parts with an inert right sideplate, original pintle, a 1942 dated M2 tripod, and an original traverse and elevation mechanism, overall lg. 48 in. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $1,000-1,200 1368 Inert Browning Automatic Rifle, c. mid to late 20th century, plastic buttstock, walnut forend, parkerized inert receiver, with original barrel and fittings, original bipod, and carry handle, and original leather sling, overall lg. 48 in. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $800-1,000 1369 Reproduction Inert M1A1 Bazooka, c. late 20th century, olive-drab painted steel tubing, oak grip and stock, reproduction sling, and an original screen flash guard, overall lg. 55 in. Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $300-500 1370 Model 1766 French Musket Conversion and a Bayonet, c. 17601850, walnut stock with steel fittings, lock plate with faint markings, lock converted to percussion, steel ramrod, (barrel has been slightly shortened); and a 19th century bayonet with a lock ring, barrel lg. 43 1/4, overall lg. 58 3/4 in. $600-800

1371 Japanese Matchlock Rifle, c. 18th century, walnut stock with brass inlays, lock, barrel bands, and triggerguard, iron barrel with foliate inlays, and a wooden ramrod, barrel lg. 41, overall lg. 52 in.

1376 Ottoman-style Miquelete-lock Rifle, c. 18th/19th century, ornately carved walnut stock with hexagonal butt, heavy octagonal barrel with tall sight at the breech, and an iron ramrod, barrel lg. 46, overall lg. 60 in.

Provenance: Deaccessioned from a local museum. $400-600

Provenance: Deaccessioned from a local museum. $800-1,000

1372 Flintlock Fowler Re-conversion, c. early 19th century, figured maple stock with brass fittings, small silver escutcheon on the wrist, lock marked KETLAND/&Co, octagonal to round barrel, and a wooden ramrod, barrel lg. 46 1/4, overall lg. 61 in.

1377 Middle Eastern Musket, c. 19th century, walnut stock with carving on the butt and in front of the lock, two iron sling swivels on the left side of the stock, miquelete-style lock with engraving around the edge of the plate, iron fittings, round to octagonal barrel with a flared muzzle, barrel lg. 43, overall lg. 57 in.

Provenance: The collection of Jay Gaynor. $400-600 1373 Model 1816 Flintlock Musket, c. early 19th century, walnut stock with a cartouche on the left side, and a small U.S. stamp on the left butt, lockplate marked N.HAVEN under the pan, breech marked with a P in an oval, steel fittings, and a Model 1855/61 ramrod, barrel lg. 42, overall lg. 57 1/2 in. Provenance: Deaccessioned from a local museum. $300-500 1374 Middle Eastern Musket, c. 19th century, walnut stock with steel fittings, miquelete-style lock, round barrel with some inlays at the breech and the muzzle, and a wooden ramrod, barrel lg. 42 1/2, overall lg. 57 1/2 in. Provenance: Deaccessioned from a local museum. $400-600

Provenance: Deaccessioned from a local museum. $400-600 1378 Middle Eastern Flintlock Blunderbuss, c. early 19th century, walnut stock with carving on the wrist, brass fittings, unmarked lock, engraved barrel with figures and inlays, barrel lg. 9 1/2, overall lg. 18 3/4 in. Provenance: Deaccessioned from a local museum. $300-500 1379 Middle Eastern Musket, c. 19th century, walnut stock with foliate inlays, miquelete-style lock, sheet brass barrel bands, an octagonal barrel, and wooden ramrod, barrel lg. 49, overall lg. 65 in. Provenance: Deaccessioned from a local museum. $400-600

1375 Inlaid Middle Eastern Musket, c. 19th century, inlaid walnut stock with an engraved brass band around the butt, iron fittings, miquelete-style lock, inlaid octagonal barrel, brass noseband, and an iron ramrod, barrel lg. 43 1/4, overall lg. 57 in.

1380 German Fowler, c. mid-19th century, walnut half stock with checkered wrist, brass and iron fittings, back lock engraved with foliate designs, octagonal to round steel barrel with an undecipherable maker’s mark, and a wooden ramrod, barrel lg. 49, overall lg. 65 1/2 in.

Provenance: Deaccessioned from a local museum. $400-600

Provenance: Deaccessioned from a local museum. $400-600

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1381 English-style Half-stock Fowler, c. 1850s, walnut stock with checkered wrist, steel and silver fittings, foliate designs on the lockplate, breech, barrel tang, triggerguard, and buttplate tang, browned-steel barrel and wooden ramrod, barrel lg. 27 3/4, overall lg. 44 1/4 in. $200-400 1382 U.S. Model 1863 Percussion Riflemusket, c. 1863, walnut stock with a light cartouche, steel fittings, tail of the lockplate dated 1863, and marked with an eagle and U.S./SPRINGFIELD, barrel lg. 40, overall lg. 56 1/2 in. $300-500

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Directions to the Marlborough Gallery

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From Boston and Points East: Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (Route 90) West to Route 495 North at exit 11A. Proceed on Route 495N to exit 23C, Simarano Drive. Keep left at the fork in the ramp. At the bottom of the exit ramp take a left at the lights onto Simarano Drive. Take a right at the next light onto Cedar Hill Street. Skinner is at #274 on the left.

From Points North: Take Route 495 South to exit 23C, Simarano Drive. Stay left at the fork in the ramp, and turn left onto Simarano Drive. Take a right at the next light onto Cedar Hill Street. Skinner is at #274 on the left.

From Points West: Take 290 East toward Marlborough. Merge onto Route 495 South via exit 26A, toward Cape Cod. Take the Simarano Drive exit, 23C. Stay left at the fork in the ramp, and turn left onto Simarano Drive. Take a right at the next light onto Cedar Hill Street. Skinner is at #274 on the left.

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Skinner does not accept payment by credit card for merchandise purchases. 6. If the purchaser breaches any of its obligations under these Conditions of Sale, including its obligation to pay in full the purchase price of all items for which it was the highest successful bidder, Skinner Inc. may exercise all of its rights and remedies under the law including, without limitation, (a) canceling the sale and applying any payments made by the purchaser to the damages caused by the purchaser’s breach, and/or (b) offering at public auction, without reserve, any lot or item for which the purchaser has breached any of its obligations, including its obligation to pay in full the purchase price, holding the purchaser liable for any deficiency plus all costs of sale. 7. In no event will the liability of Skinner, Inc. to any purchaser with respect to any item exceed the purchase price actually paid by such purchaser for such item. 8. Shipping is the responsibility of the purchaser. Upon request, our staff will provide the list of shippers who deliver to destinations within the United States and overseas. Some property that is sold at auction can be subject to laws governing export from the U.S., such as items that include material from some endangered species. Import restrictions from foreign countries are subject to these same governing laws. Granting of licensing for import or export of goods from local authorities is the sole responsibility of the buyer. Denial or delay of licensing will not constitute cancellation or delay in payment for the total purchase price of these lots. 9. Sales in Massachusetts, Florida, and New York are subject to the respective current sales taxes. Dealers, museums, and other qualifying parties may be exempt from sales tax upon submission of proper documentation. 10. A premium equal to 23% of the final bid price up to and including $100,000, plus 20% of the final bid price from $100,001 up to and including $1,000,000, plus 12% of the final bid price from $1,000,001 and over will be applied to each lot sold, to be paid by the buyer as part of the purchase price. 11. Bidding on any item indicates your acceptance of these terms and all other terms printed within, posted, and announced at the time of sale whether bidding in person, through a representative, by phone, by Internet, or other absentee bid. 12. Skinner, Inc. and its consignors make no warranty or representation, express or implied, that the purchaser will acquire any copyright or reproduction rights to any lot sold. Skinner, Inc. expressly reserves the right to reproduce any image of the lots sold in this catalog. The copyright in all images, illustrations and written material produced by or for Skinner, Inc. relating to a lot, including the contents of this catalog, is, and shall remain at all times, the property of Skinner, Inc. and shall not be used by the purchaser, nor by anyone else, without our prior written consent. 13. These conditions of sale shall be governed by the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (excluding the laws applicable to conflicts or choice of law). The buyer/bidder agrees that any suit for the enforcement of this agreement may be brought, and any action against Skinner in connection with the transactions contemplated by this agreement shall be brought, in the courts of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts or any federal court sitting therein. The bidder/buyer consents to the exclusive jurisdiction of such courts and waives objections that it may now or hereafter have to the venue of any such suit. Revised January 21, 2015

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Board of Directors

Departments

Chairman of the Board

20th Century Design

Discovery Auctions

Stephen L. Fletcher

Jane D. Prentiss

Carly Babione

20thcentury@skinnerinc.com

Kyle Johnson

508.970.3253

Melanie Trottier-Mitcheson

Richard Albright

discovery@skinnerinc.com

John Deighton Karen M. Keane Andrew Payne Nancy R. Skinner, Chairman Emerita

508.970.3202

American & European Paintings & Prints Robin S.R. Starr Elizabeth C. Haff Michelle Lamunière paintings@skinnerinc.com 508.970.3206

European Furniture & Decorative Arts Stuart G. Slavid Stephanie Opolski Gwendolyn L. Smith european@skinnerinc.com

Executive Management

508.970.3203

American Furniture & Decorative Arts Stephen L. Fletcher Chris Barber Christopher D. Fox

President/Chief Executive Officer Karen M. Keane

Chief Financial Officer Don Kelly

americana@skinnerinc.com 508.970.3200

American Indian & Ethnographic Art Douglas Deihl

Historic Arms & Militaria Joel Bohy militaria@skinnerinc.com 508.970.3215

Jewelry Victoria Bratberg

indian@skinnerinc.com

John Colasacco

508.970.3254

jewelry@skinnerinc.com 617.874.4313

Executive Vice President Stephen L. Fletcher

Antique Motor Vehicles Jane D. Prentiss antiquemotorvehicles@skinnerinc.com

Managing Director

508.970.3253

Asian Works of Art Marie Keep Kerry Shrives Stuart G. Slavid

Kerry Shrives judaica@skinnerinc.com 508.970.3256

Marie Keep

Senior Vice Presidents

Judaica

Judith Dowling Helen Eagles Suhyung Kim asian@skinnerinc.com

Musical Instruments Jill Arbetter music@skinnerinc.com 508.970.3216

508.970.3263

Oriental Rugs & Carpets Vice Presidents Victoria Bratberg Eric Jones

Books & Manuscripts

Lawrence Kearney

Devon Eastland

Erika Jorjorian

books@skinnerinc.com

rugs@skinnerinc.com

508.970.3293

508.970.3247

Ceramics

Photographs

Gloria Lieberman Carol McCaffrey Robin S.R. Starr

Stuart G. Slavid

Michelle Lamunière

ceramics@skinnerinc.com

photographs@skinnerinc.com

L. Emerson Tuttle

508.970.3203

508.970.3264

Regional Directors

Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments

Western Massachusetts:

Robert C. Cheney Jonathan Dowling

George Thomas Lewis

Paul Dumanowski

413.727.2721

clocks@skinnerinc.com

glewis@skinnerinc.com

508.970.3201

Florida: April L. Matteini, G.G.

Silver Stuart G. Slavid silver@skinnerinc.com 508.970.3203

Wine, Whisky & Ale Marie Keep Joseph Hyman

508.970.3138

Michael J. Moser

florida@skinnerinc.com

finewines@skinnerinc.com 508.970.3296

Maine: Bruce Buxton

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Auction Services Consignments

Marketing, Media & Communications

Appraisal & Auction Services LaGina Austin Christine E. Finn Katie Fitzgerald Rachel Kingsley Elizabeth Zwicker

Exhibitions & Property Boston:

Marketing

Laura V. Sweeney

L. Emerson Tuttle

Benjamin Evans

Jenna DeLuca

Olga Gerasymiv

Linsey MacDougall

Paige Lewellyn Jessica R. Lincoln

508.970.3299

Subscriptions Institutional Relations L. Emerson Tuttle

Linsey MacDougall

Receptionist

508.970.3240

Jacqueline Gray 617.350.5400

Advertising/Production

Consignment Services

Pamela Van de Houten

Patricia Walker King

Jeffrey R. Antkowiak

Rebecca Hamel

Stanley P. Bystrowski

Carol Zeigler

John Cornelius

508.970.3204

Kristina Harrison Kathleen Jones

Marlborough: Warehouse Frederic Trottier 508.970.3209 Samatha Heighton

Customer Relations/Human Resources

Cheryl Richards Photography

Carol McCaffrey

Skinner Online

508.970.3252

Receptionist

Kerry Shrives

Lindsay White

Daniel Bar

508.970.3000

Judie Ochsner online@skinnerinc.com

Accounting

508.970.3279

Denise Johnson 508.970.3269

Absentee & Telephone Bidding

William Madden

Boston: 617.874.4318

508.970.3266

Marlborough: 508.970.3211

Transportation Eric Jones

Discovery: 508.970.3208 Kevin Rota

508.970.3229

Auctioneers

508.970.3283 Chris Barber, John Colasacco, Stephen L. Fletcher, Karen M. Keane, Marie Keep, Jessica R. Lincoln, Kerry Shrives, Stuart G. Slavid, Robin S.R. Starr, Laura V. Sweeney

63 Park Plaza Boston, MA 02116 617.350.5400 Fax 617.350.5429

www.skinnerinc.com

274 Cedar Hill Street Marlborough, MA 01752 508.970.3000 Fax 508.970.3100

130 Miracle Mile, Suite 220 Coral Gables, FL 33134 305.503.4423 Fax 305.709.2143

415 Madison Avenue, #1418 New York, NY 10017 212.787.1113 Fax 646.893.0179

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American Furniture & Decorative Arts

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$143

European Furniture & Decorative Arts

$120

$143

American & European Paintings & Prints (two books)

$135

$158

American & European Fine Prints & Photographs

$60

$73

American & European Fine Paintings & Sculpture

$110

$133

Fine Jewelry

$120

$143

20th Century Design

$60

$73

Asian Works of Art

$60

$73

Fine Oriental Rugs & Carpets

$18

$25

American Indian & Ethnographic Art

$60

$73

Fine Books & Manuscripts

$30

$36

Historic Arms & Militaria

$60

Fine Musical Instruments

$60

$73

Clocks, Watches & Scientific Instruments

$60

$73

Fine Wines

$60

$73

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$750

$915

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