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Slotin Folk Art Auction Nov. 11-12, 2017 112 E. Shadburn Ave. Buford, GA 30518

Slavery Freedom & Beyond The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum, along with the best in Self-Taught Art, Outsider Art, Southern Folk Pottery & Anonymous Folk Art.

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Slotin Folk Art Auction Nov. 11 Saturday: 10am (EST) Lots 1 - 624 Doors open at 8am

Nov. 12 Sunday: 12 noon (EST) Lots 625 - 1,078 Doors open at 10am

Preview: Thurs. Nov. 9 - 10am-5pm Friday, Nov. 10 - 10am-9pm (or by appointment)

Location: 112 E. Shadburn Ave. Buford, GA 30518 Bidding Is Easy! Online, Phone & Absentee Bidding Available! View Additional Photos of each lot and bid online through

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Slotin Folk Art Auction is hereby authorized to bid on the designated lots up to the price entered and will treat this figure as a budget and will obtain the item as reasonable as possible within the budget. Bidding on any Lot is acceptance of The Terms and Conditions on this Absentee Bid form and on page (5) of this catalog. All Bidders must provide credit card information and signature in order to bid. Credit cards will be charged in the event bidder has an outstanding balance after 14 days. Slotin Folk Art Auction encourages collectors to place absentee and telephone bids as soon as possible and cannot guarantee the implementation of bids left after 5:00pm the evening before the sale. In the event absentee bids of identical amounts are submitted, the earliest bid received takes precedence. Please date this form. In the event of a tie bid, live bidders Page 6

and telephone bidders, respectively, take precedence over absentee bids. A successful bid results in a purchase price which is the aggregate total of the final bid, a 20% percent buyer’s premium, together with any taxes due on the item. Slotin Folk Art Auction will contact successful bidders with sales results during the week after the sale. Dealers purchasing for resale must enter appropriate Dealer Resale Number on this form and provide proper documentation. Absentee bidding and Phone bidding is a convenience we offer to our customers who cannot attend in person. Slotin Folk Art Auction will always attempt to purchase designated lots for the lowest possible amount in competition with other bidders, but we cannot be held responsible for errors or failure to bid.


SLOTIN FOLK ART AUCTION TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE

Slotin Folk Art Auction: Steve Slotin - GAL #2864 Principal Auctioneer: Larry Troutman - GAL #2784 Shipping options for International and ‘Buyer Responsible’ Shipments:

1. ALL SALES ARE FINAL.

Premium is 20% for CASH, CHECK or CHARGE. 2. Buyer pays Slotin Folk Art Auction (“Slotin”) premium of Twenty percent (20%) of the Lot’s Hammer price. Buyers Bidding online through Liveauctioneers pay a buyer’s premium of 25%. (As used throughout these “Terms and Conditions,” “Lot” means an object or group of objects offered for sale as one unit and “Hammer Price,” means the price announced by the auctioneer when the hammer falls.) The Buyer’s Premium shall be collected by Slotin directly from the Buyer at the time of sale. 3. Slotin will accept cash, checks and credit cards. (The “Sales Price” is the Hammer Price plus the Buyer’s Premium, plus applicable taxes). Any returned check will result in a return check fee and entitle Slotin to the remedies provided under Georgia law and in paragraph 7, below. 4. Title to Lot and risk of loss or damage to the Lot passes to the Buyer when the Hammer falls (i.e. when Slotin, as agent for seller, accepts the bid). Slotin Auction shall have no liability for any damage to property left on its premises after the date of sale. The Sales Price must be paid prior to the close of the auction. Buyers with an outstanding balance after 14 days of the close of the auction will be charged a ten percent (10%) late fee on the Sales Price. Buyers must provide a credit card number in order to bid. Buyers with an outstanding balance after 14 days will be charged the outstanding balance, including (10%) late fee and (4%) credit card fee to their credit card. Slotin will have sole and absolute discretion to determine who the successful bidder is and/or may withdraw the Lot or reoffer the Lot for sale, in the event of a dispute. 5. All merchandise must be removed from the place of auction on the same day of auction unless other arrangements are made. Absentee bidders will be contacted after the sale regarding shipping options. 6. ALL PROPERTY IS SOLD “AS IS.” Slotin, for itself and as agent for the seller, makes no warranties or representations of any kind with respect to any Lot. Buyer agrees that in no event shall Slotin be responsible for the correctness, description, genuineness, authorship, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin, value or condition of any Lot. Nothing being said or done by Slotin shall be deemed a warranty of representation or an assumption of liability by Slotin. 7. If Buyer fails to pay the Sales Price at the close of the auction or otherwise comply with these Terms and Conditions, Slotin shall be entitled to the following remedies: (1) to recover from Buyer any monetary loss arising on any resale of the Lot (including all costs of any resale or attempted resale); (2) any deposit or partial payment paid by Buyer: (3) to recover from Buyer all of its costs and expenses of collection, including attorneys’ fees of fifteen percent (15%) of the outstanding balance, interest on the outstanding balance of 1.5% per month and costs; and (4) all other relief and remedies allowed by the law. Georgia law applies and jurisdiction and venue over all disputes involving these Terms and Conditions shall be in Gwinnett County, Georgia. 8. Bidding on any Lot is acceptance of these Terms and Conditions and any and all other terms announced at the time of sale. These Conditions constitute the entire agreement between bidders and Slotin and supersede all prior agreements between them, if any. 9. Shipping Is Easy! Slotin Folk Art Auction will be glad to pack and ship your auction purchases for you. We ship via UPS Ground. The shipping charges are listed in the catalog for U.S. continental shipments only. A shipping invoice will be mailed along with the auction invoice the week after the auction. Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.

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12. Suggest Bid Increments: $0-$500 - $25 increments. $500-1,000 - $50 increments. $1,000 and above - minimum of $100 increments. 11. Absentee Bidding Instructions: If you cannot attend this auction, but would like to bid on items, the procedure is quite simple: 1. Fill out the form on page 3, listing catalog lot number, description, and your top bid price for each item. The limit you leave should be the amount to which you would bid if you were to attend the sale. Bidding increments are listed above. Please make sure that your bids fall within these increments. At the auction, bids are handled in a competitive manner in an attempt to buy the object for less than your top bid. As our auctions are well attended, you will be competing against the audience and other absentee, phone and internet bidders. You will pay one bid above the next highest bid, but no more than your maximum. If two absentee bids are received with the exact same amount, the first bid received will take precedence. Slotin Folk Art Auction will always attempt to purchase designated lots for the lowest possible amount in competition with other bidders, but we cannot be held responsible for errors or failure to bid. 12. Live Phone Bidding Instructions: If you cannot attend this auction, but would like to be called as the lots you are interested in come up during auction, please complete the form on page 3. Items are sold in the exact order of the catalog around 70 lots an hour. List the lot number, and a brief description. Where it says bid amount or phone number, simply list the phone number you would like us to use during the auction. You may leave a back up number. There is no need to list a bid amount unless you would like the phone operator to bid for you in the event that you can-not be reached. Absentee bidding and Phone bidding is a convenience we offer to our customers who cannot attend in person, and we will make every attempt to reach phone bidders as their lots come up during the auction, but we cannot be held responsible for errors, technical difficulties or failure to bid. Phone bidders may wish to view the auction live on online to check the progress of the sale and to help determine when to expect their phone calls. 13. Bidding Live on the Internet During the Auction: Bidders may place absentee bids or bid in real time along with our audience online. If you are bidding live online the Buyer’s commission is 25%. You may view the auction live for no fee. The process of bidding live on the internet is convenient, but not perfect. Your bids are submitted incrementally from Liveauctioneers to a live person in the auction hall who is executing the bids as they come in on behalf of the internet bidders while she is also typing in the bid history for each lot. She will attempt to capture the bid history as accurately as possible, but in the event of a discrepancy, the auctioneer’s records are the official records of the auction.

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The Old Slave Mart Museum The First African American Museum Slotin Auction is proud to present The Acacia Collection and the entire original content of The Old Slave Mart Museum, along with the best in Self-Taught Art, Outsider Art, Southern Folk Pottery, Antique & Anonymous Folk Art and New Discoveries.

The Old Slave Mart Museum The Old Slave Mart Museum, located at 6 Chalmers St., recounts the story of Charleston's role in this inter-state slave trade by focusing on the history of this particular building and site and the slave sales that occurred here. Slave auctions at the Old Slave Mart ended in November 1863. In 1938, Miriam B. Wilson purchased the building, which by then, had come to be known locally as the Old Slave Mart, and established a museum featuring African and African-American arts and crafts. Sisters, Judith Wragg Chase and Louise Alston Graves took over the Old Slave Mart in 1964, placed it on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973 and operated it until its closure in 1987.

Miriam B. Wilson

(1878-1959) Founder of The Old Slave Mart Museum

“...If we fail to understand that there is a black history behind black artifacts, we risk missing the essence of Afro-American creativity.” John M. Vlach

Judith Wragg Chase and Louise Alston Graves The Old Slave Mart Museum began with Miriam Belangee Wilson when she began collecting slave-made artifacts early in the 1930’s.

Carroll Greene, Jr.

(1931-2007) Founder of The Acacia Collection

In front of the Old Slave Mart

In 1971, Mrs. Chase published her book AFRO-AMERICAN ART & CRAFT (Van Nostrand Press)

Judith Wragg Chase (1907-1995) was the museum's curator from the inception of the Miriam B. Wilson Foundation in 1959. Judith Wragg Chase and Louise Alston Graves (1902-1994) acquired the Old Slave Mart in 1964 and operated the museum until the closing of the facility in 1987.

The Acacia tree, which thrives in the harsh desert climate, is a metaphor for African Americans who have overcome great adversity. Carroll Greene, Jr. The Old Charleston Slave Mart and Acacia paths cross when in 1968, African-American scholar, Carroll Greene, visited the Old Slave Mart Museum. Greene, the pioneer of African American in Museum Studies at the Smithsonian Institution in 1968, was the Founding board member, curator and executive director of collections for Acacia Historical Arts International.

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Lot 10. Ben Owen, III


Day 2 - Nov. 12 Lots 625 - 1078

Day 1: Nov. 11 - Lots 1 - 624

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1. Carl Block Totem Devil Jug & Wide-Eyed Face Jug. 1994. Signed and stamped. Multi-glaze. Mint condition. Tallest is 12” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $85

4. Owens & Billy Ray Hussey Pair of Wall Pockets.

Signed. Both are in mint condition. Average size is 8” x 6”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $55

2. Carl Block Devil and Man Face Jugs.

Stamped. Multi-colored glazes. Mint condition. Tallest is 9” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $65

5. Billy Ray Hussey Spotted Cat & Goat.

Glazed ceramics. Cat is 7” h. Mint condition. Initialed, XIX. Goat is 4.5” h - back legs repaired, otherwise good condition, initialed, not numbered. Est. $200-400. Ship: $55

7. Rex Hogan Proud Crowing Cock.

2006. Signed and dated. Heavily made and glazed. Mint condition. 18” h x 11” w. Est. $500-800. Ship: $125 Page 10

8. Marvin Bailey Island Girl With Thanksgiving Feast. Signed. Not dated. Mixed glaze. Mint condition. Tall piece, 26” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $85

3. Jerry Brown Red Face Devil Jugs.

1996-1998. Signed and dated. Red glaze. Average size is 8.5” h. Kiln crack in large jug handle, otherwise great condition. Est. $200-300. Ship: $75

6. Billy Ray Hussey Striped Tiger.

2007. Initialed and dated with stamp, “Southern Folk Pottery Collector’s Society.” Mint condition. 7.5” x 5.5” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

9. Charlie West Small Green Rooster.

2003. Signed and dated. Mint condition. 12” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $65


10. Ben Owen, III Giant Floor Vase.

2004. Signed and dated. Mint condition. 26” h x 18” w. Provenance: Blue Spiral Gallery from Ben Owens to Charles Abney, Atlanta. GA in 2004. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

13. A.V. Smith Large Floor Vase With Blue Glass Drips.

Signed. Mint condition. 18” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $85

11. Ben Owen, III Chinese Blue Korean Flair Bowl and Candlesticks.

2004. Mint condition. Candlesticks are 14” h, Bowl is 12” diameter. Provenance: Blue Spiral Gallery from Ben Owens to Charles Abney, Atlanta. GA in 2004. Est. $500-800. Ship: $85

Four Pottery Pieces.

All are signed or stamped, Vernon, M.L. Ben III and stamped original Owens. Mint condition. Tallest is 18” h. Est. $300-600. Ship: $200

14. Michael Bayne

15. Kim Ellington

Large Devil Double-Face Swirl Colored Jug.

Initialed. Mint condition. 18” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85

16. Charlie West

17. Clint Alderman

Orange and Green Double-Headed Rooster.

Giant 8 to 10 Gallon Storage Jar.

Signed. Mint condition. 17” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $85

12. Owen Family

2004. Signed and dated. Beautiful drip glaze. Mint condition. 18” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $150

8 Gallon Large Churn. 14. Alternate view

Initialed and inscribed, “Vale, N.C.” on side. Large size, 17.5” h. Ash glaze with glass drips. Mint condition. Est. $300-500. Ship: $100

18. Clint Alderman Rooster.

2001. Signed and dated. Mint condition. 17” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85 Page 11


19. Marie Rogers Devil Face Jug With Bible Script. Signed. Mint condition. 9.5” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

20. Marie Rogers Medusa & No Tears In Heaven Face Jugs. Signed and titled. Mint condition. Average size is 8.5” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $75

21. Marie Rogers Three Face Jugs.

Swirl, traditional and mini jugs. Signed. Not dated. Mint condition. Tallest is 7” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

23. Chester Hewell 22. Harold & Grace Nell Hewell Extra Large Father & Daughter Face Pitcher.

1995. Signed and dated. Very large. Mint condition. 17” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $150

25. Dwayne Crocker Large Rattlesnake Ring Jug.

2006. Signed and dated. Incredible detail. Mint condition. 21” h x 13” w. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $125 Page 12

24. Chester Hewell

Double Face Candelabra. 1999. Signed and dated. Large face with glass drips. Mint condition. 11” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

Maker 1850-2006. 23. Alternate View.

Signed and painted cotton scene in glaze. Mint condition. 13.5” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $75

27. Pauline Crocker 26. Dwayne Crocker Pint-Size Moonshine Rattlesnake Jug.

2007. Signed and dated. Great detail. Smaller snake jug. Near mint condition. 8.5” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $65

Six Decorated Plates.

Signed. Not dated. Mint condition. Average size is 10” diameter. Est. $100-200. Ship: $65


29. Michael & Melvin Crocker #5 Open Mouth Rattlesnake.

28. Michael & Melvin Crocker Open-Mouth Rattler on Indian Face Jug. 1993. Signed and dated. Mint condition. Nice heavy glaze. 11.5” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $85

1991. Signed, dated and numbered. Mint condition. 5.5” h x 10.5” diameter. Est. $600-900. Ship: $65

30. Michael & Melvin Crocker Rattlesnake Jug.

1991. Signed and dated. Near mint condition. 13” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $85

31. Michael & Melvin Crocker Four Graduated Bean Pots With Grape Decoration.

2002. Signed and dated. Excellent condition. Largest is 8.5” h - Smallest is 6.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $100

33. Michael & Melvin Crocker

32. Michael & Melvin Crocker Grape Decorated Rebecca Pitcher & Vase.

2001. Signed and dated. Mint condition. Tallest is 13” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $65

34. Bobby Ferguson #1 Snake Jug.

Signed and numbered. Mixed glaze. Mint condition. 12” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $75

Seven Utilitarian Pottery Pieces.

c. 1990-91. Signed. All mint condition. Largest is 17” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $300

35. Bobby Ferguson #1 With Roger Corn Face Jug.

1992. Signed and dated. Kiln crack in handle and chigger bite on ear, otherwise great condition. 8.5” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $45

36. Walter Fleming Double-Face Jug With Glass Drips. Stamped. Mint condition. 12” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

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Lot 40. Lanier Meaders


Lot 48. Edwin Meadersers


37. Lanier Meaders Big Head Large Rock Tooth Smiling Face Jug. c. 1970. Signed. Deep rich dark glaze. Mint condition. 9.5” h. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $55

40. Lanier Meaders Runny-Eye Face Jug.

c. 1980. Signed. Rare kiln load where eyes and teeth melted during firing. Great deep rich glaze. Mint condition. 10.5” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $55

43. Lanier Meaders Dark Iron Deposit Glazed Face Jug. c. 1980’s. Mint condition. 9” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $45 Page 16

38. Lanier Meaders Rock Tooth Face Jug.

c. 1970. Dark glaze. Mint condition. 10” h. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $55

41. Lanier Meaders Blue-Eyed Devil Face Jug.

c. 1980’s. Signed. Mint condition. 9” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $55

44. Lanier Meaders Upturned Nose Face Jug.

c. 1980’s. Signed. Tobacco-spit glaze. Mint condition. 10” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

39. Lanier Meaders

Large Tobacco-Spit Glaze Rock Tooth Face Jug.

c. 1970. Signed. Beautiful tobacco-spit drips. Mint condition. 10.5” h. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $55

42. Lanier Meaders Dark Glaze Crow’s Feet Face Jug. c. 1970’s. Signed. Mint condition. 11.5” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

45. Lanier Meaders Beadie Eyed Face Jug.

c. early 1980’s. Nice glaze . Rock-pitted in back during firing, otherwise great condition. 10.5” h. Est. $700-900. Ship: $45


46. Edwin Meaders Early Green Rooster.

47. Edwin Meaders

1986. Signed and dated. Ash glaze. Mint condition. 16.5” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $85

48. Edwin Meaders

Cobalt Blue and Green Spotted Rooster With Snake.

Double-Headed Cobalt Blue Rooster.

1990. Signed and dated. Two-tone glaze. Mint condition. 15.5” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $85

2006. Signed and dated. Deep rich blue glaze. Mint condition. 15” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $100

51. Reggie Meaders 49. Reggie Meaders

50. Reggie and Flossie Meaders

Long-Earred Wart Hog.

Signed. Not dated. Mint condition. 13” x 8” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

52. Reggie & Flossie Meaders His And Her Double-Face Jug. Signed. Mint condition. 10” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

Flying Rooster.

Bristol Glaze Dinosaur.

Signed. Mint condition. 6” h x 18” long. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

2000. Signed and dated. Rare collaboration and glaze. Mint condition. 13.5” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $85

53. Reggie Meaders 52. Alternate View.

100 Years Of Meaders Pottery Dbl-Sided Face Jug. 53. Alternate View. 1992. Signed, dated and titled. Mint condition. 9” h. Est. $300-600. Ship: $45

54. Reggie Meaders Large Face Jug With Tiny Features. Signed. Mint condition. 9” h. Est. $300-600. Ship: $45

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57. Clete Meaders, Jr. 55. Cleater and Billie Meaders Rock Tooth Devil Face Jug.

1991. Signed and dated. Mint condition. 11.5” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

Devil Face Jug Pair.

56.Cleater and Billie Meaders

2005. Signed and dated. Mint condition. Tallest is 12” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $95

Double-Sided Face Jug. 1997. Signed and dated. Mint condition. 10” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

56. Alternate View

59. John Meaders Two-Headed Rooster Planter.

58. David Meaders #30 Last Red Rooster I Made.

2007. Signed, dated and titled. Rare red glaze. Mint condition. 15” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $85

61. Terry King Double-Face Screaming Politician Jug.

61. Alternate View.

2006. Signed and dated. Mint condition. 14” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $65 Page 18

Signed and dated with John’s code. Mint condition. 12” x 7” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

62. Billy Henson Rare Green Rooster.

2007. Signed and dated. Mint condition. 12” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

60. Anita Meaders Crow.

Signed. Not dated. Black glaze. Mint condition. 7.5” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $45

63. Wilford Dean Devil Face Jug And Face Jug With Tongue.

Signed. Not dated. Mint condition. Largest is 11” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $85


66. B.B. Craig 64. B.B. Craig Three Gallon Early Face Jug.

Stamped. Quartz in clay. Mint condition. 16” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $75

65. B.B. Craig Three Gallon Face Jug.

Signed in script with Henry, NC. Ash glaze with hand dug clay. Minor kiln crack on nose, otherwise excellent condition. 16” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $75

Early Two-Color Swirl Face Pitcher. Stamped. Mint condition. 9.5” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

69. B.B. Craig 67. B.B. Craig Jug With Two Snakes.

Stamped. Mint condition. 11.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

70. Billy Ray Hussey Devil Face Jug, #34.

Initialed with circle 49 and stamped, S.F.P.C.S. and numbered. Multi-glaze. Mint condition. 10.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

68. B.B. Craig & M.T.K. Cobalt Over Salt Glaze Storage Jar.

Mini Pig Bank.

Stamped, B.B.C. Mint condition. 4” x 5.5”. Est. $100-200. Ship: $35

Stamped and script on bottom. Beautiful experimental glaze. Excellent condition. 10” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

71. Billy Ray Hussey Looking Left Face Jug.

Initialed and numbered XXII on bottom. Multi-colored glaze. Mint condition. 10” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

72. Billy Ray Hussey Lion, #39.

Initialed and numbered. Salt and cobalt glaze. Mint condition. 5” x 7”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45 Page 19


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73. Louis Brown Red Devil Face Jug.

Signed. Red and black painted glaze. Mint condition. 11.5” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $45

75. Robert Brown

74. Louis Brown #1 Wood-Fired Salt Glazed Devil Face Jug.

Devil Face Jug. Signed. Traditional brown glaze. Mint condition. 8.5” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

1991. Signed, stamped and dated. Mint condition. Rare example. 12” h. Est. $300-600. Ship: $65

77. Charles Lisk Runny-Eyed Face Churn.

Stamped. Blue glass drips over ash glaze. Mint condition. 15.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

78. Charles Lisk

76. Charles Lisk

Early Face Jug.

Two Color Swirl Face Jug.

Signed in script. Two-tone glaze. Mint condition. 9” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

Stamped with initials. Mint condition. 12.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

79. Joe Reinhardt Speak, See, Hear No Evil Triple Face Jug. 1996. Signed, dated and titled. Mint condition. 10.5” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

80. Joe Reinhardt Two-Color Swirl Double Spout Face Jug.

1998. Signed and dated. Mint condition. 14” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $75

81. Albert Hodge Two-Color Swirl Face Jug.

Stamped. Mint condition. 12” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $55

82. Albert Hodge Face Pitcher.

6” h. Mint condition. Est. $50-100. Ship: $30 Page 22

83. Seagrove & G.F. Cole Three Pint-Size Face Jugs.

Signed. Mint condition. Tallest is 8” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $65

84. James Ogbanna Phelps (Milledgeville, GA) Group Of Five Mini Face Jugs.

c. 1995. Signed and dated. All in excellent condition. Tallest is 4.5” h. African American Maker, based on Edgefield vessels. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $50-100. Ship: $45


85. Colonoware Three Large Pots.

Acacia Collection Colonoware Pottery featured in Country Home Vol. 19. “The Acacia Collection African Americana “shows people doing the best they could with what they had, It’s a triumph of the human spirit.” Carroll Greene, Jr.

c. 1700-1800. Low-fired works from the Cooper River, Charleston County, S.C. Included in this lot is a rare red-colored pot with serpentine design. All are in survival condition with restoration and repairs. Average size is 6-8” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Pot on left exhibited: Telfair Museum of Art Owens Thomas House Quarters. Reframing a Perceptual Paradigm: A Jerome Meadows Installation. America I Am United States Exhibition Tour 2009-2012. Illustrated in Country Home, Volume 19, Issue 1. Est. $3,000-6,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

86. Colonoware Pottery Six Pots.

c.1700-1800. All in survival condition. Average size is 6” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Illustrated in Country Home, Volume 19, Issue 1. Est. $3,000-6,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

87. Colonoware Pottery Group of Seven Plates and Bowls.

c. 1700-1800. All in survival condition. Average size is 4” h x 8” diameter. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Illustrated in Country Home, Volume 19, Issue 1. Est. $3,000-6,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

The Acacia Collection of African Americana Colonoware Pottery Colonoware was used to prepare, serve, and store food, and provides tangible evidence of the mixing of African, European, and Native American cultures on plantations in South Carolina and Virginia from 1700-1820. The low-fired pottery provided the slow cooking necessary for typically southern dishes such as hominy or okra (originally African American). Source: Historic Preservation, Jan/Feb). Acacia Collection notes suggest this pottery has not been used and was found along the banks of the Cooper River, S.C. Thought to have been deposited by a capsized boat taking the pottery upstream.

88. Colonoware Box Lot of Pottery Shards.

c. 1700-1800. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $500-1,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

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Lot 89. Slave-Made Edgefield Face Vessel


Lot 91. Chandler Pottery 8 Gallon Decorated Storage Jar.


89. Alternate View.

89. Alternate View.

89. Slave-Made Edgefield Potter Face Vessel.

c. 1860’s. Alkaline glazed stoneware, African American kaolin eyes and teeth. Produced by slave potters in Edgefield District, S.C. 6.75” h. Professionally repaired handle and rim, otherwise excellent condition. Provenance: H. Paul Blatner, Savannah, GA, The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Exhibited Winston-Salem State University, 1995-1996. Featured in AMERICAN VISIONS - AUG. 1990, TIME LIFE Books African American Voices of Triumph: Creative Fire 1994, Vol. 3, Page 197, WORLD 1994. Est. $15,000-20,000. Ship: $45

91. Chandler Pottery (attrib.) 8 Gallon Double-Sided Decorated Storage Jar.

c. 1850’s. Edgefield, SC. Ash glaze with garland motif in dark slip glaze probably decorated by enslaved women. Overall great condition. About a 3 inch professional restoration to rim and handles, and minor hairline cracks along rim and base. 19.5” h x 9” diameter at rim, 51” circumference at widest point. Provenance: Purchased from grandson of original 1852 plantation owner. Jar remained with the original family until early 1980’s. The Acacia Collection. Exhibited Telfair Museum’s Owens Thomas Houses. Page 26 Est. $5,000-10,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

90. Slave Dave (attributed) Three Gallon Storage Jar.

c. 1843. Minor chips on rim with professional restoration to handle, otherwise excellent condition. 13” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Exhibited at the Telfair Museum of Art, Owens Thomas House Slave Quarters, Savannah, GA and in America I Am: The African American Imprint United States Exhibition Tour 2009-2012. Featured on page 44 The Owens Thomas House by Tania June Sammons. Est. $5,000-10,000. Ship: $125

92. Chandler Pottery (attrib). Stoneware Storage Jar.

c. 1850’s. Edgefield, SC. Black-eyed Susan flower decorated 5-6 gallon Jar. Ash glaze with dark slip glaze for the flower decor probably decorated by enslaved women. Overall great condition. One lug handle has been repaired and minor hairline crack middle center. 17” h x 10.5” diameter at rim x 46” circumference at widest point. Provenance: Thomas W. Johnson. The Acacia Collection. Exhibited Telfair Museum’s Owens Thomas Houses. Est. $4,000-7,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.


93. L. Miles Pottery Stamped Jug and Churn.

c. 1850. Edgefield District, SC. Jug is stamped and marked with an X on rim. Handle is missing, otherwise great condition. Churn is stamped and has unusual horseshoe mark on rim. It has a minor hairline crack on rim, otherwise great condition. Average size is 11.5” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Exhibited at the Telfair Museum of Art, Owens Thomas House Slave Quarters, Savannah, GA and in America I Am: The African American Imprint United States Exhibition Tour 2009-2012. Featured on page 44 The Owens Thomas House by Tania June Sammons. Est. 1,000-2,000. Ship: $125

96. Landrum Pottery (attrib.) Two Gallon Early Storage Jar with Side Handles. c. 1850-60’s. Edgefield District, S.C. Incised with two slashes identifying capacity marks. Light-colored ash glaze. Chips on rim and handles and hole under lug handle, otherwise good to great condition. 11.5” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $85

99. Edgefield District 2-3 Gallon Ovoid Shaped Jug.

c. 1850’s. Not signed. Ash glaze. Repair to rim, otherwise great condition. 12” h. Provenance: Thomas W. Johnson Collection. The Acacia Collection. Exhibited Telfair Museum’s Owens Thomas Houses. Featured on page 45 The Owens Thomas House by Tania June Sammons. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $100

94. Colin Rhodes (attrib.) Tri-Color Decorated Tulip Stoneware Storage Jar.

c. 1850-60’s. Rare 2-color brown and white slip over ash glaze. Minor hole in upper center and bottom has been repaired with cement, otherwise good to great condition. 14.5” h x 35” circumference. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Exhibited Telfair Museum’s Owens Thomas Houses. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $125

97. Landrum Pottery (attrib.) Three Gallon Jar.

c. 1850-60’s. Edgefield District, S.C. Marked with 3 triangles identifying capacity. Noticeable chip on rim and handle, otherwise good to great condition. 12” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $400-600. Ship: $100

100. Unknown Maker Five Gallon Storage Jar.

Not marked. Thick ash glaze with strange glaze crawl throughout. Large part of rim broken off, but still intact to be repaired, otherwise good to fair condition. 14.5” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-400. Ship: $125

95. Chandler Pottery (attrib.) Stoneware Jug Garland Design.

c. 1850-60’s. Edgefield District, S.C. Not marked. Design with dark slip glaze over ash glaze. Large rock bulge in clay and slater mark in glaze, otherwise excellent condition. 12” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Exhibited Telfair Museum’s Owens Thomas Houses. Featured on page 45 The Owens Thomas House by Tania June Sammons. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

98. Landrum Pottery (attrib.) Two Gallon Storage Jar.

c. 1850-60’s. Light grey-green glaze with rock bulges in clay. Chip on one handle and kiln crack, otherwise good to great condition. 11.5” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $500-800. Ship: $85

101. Edgefield District Maker Two Gallon Churn.

c. 1850-60’s. Marked with two slashes. Deep green glaze. Chip on rim and handle, and minor hole in center, otherwise good to great condition. 12.5” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55 Page 27


Lot 111. Camden County Whiskey Jug Lamp


Lot 112. Original Thomas Day Furniture


103. Edgefield District Maker Water Pitcher.

102. Edgefield District Chamber Pot and Mixing Bowl.

c. 1850-60’s. Not marked. Nice heavy ash glaze. Rare examples. These heavily used utilitarian pieces didn’t often survive. Both are in excellent condition. Pot is 5” x 11”. Bowl is 6.5” x 9”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Chamber Pot Exhibited Telfair Museum’s Owen’s Thomas House. Featured on page 45 of The Owens Thomas House by Tania June Sammons. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $125

105. Edgefield Maker Stoneware Preserves Jar.

c. 1850-60’s. Not signed. Light colored ash glaze. Minor chip on rim, otherwise great condition. 8.5” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Exhibited Telfair Museum’s Owen’s Thomas House. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

c. 1850’s. Not signed or marked. Chip along the rim and base, otherwise great condition. Alkaline glaze. 10” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Exhibited Telfair Museum’s Owen’s Thomas House. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $55

104. Edgefield Maker One Gallon Salt Glaze Whiskey Jug.

Not signed. Unusual white glaze. Minor kiln drips, otherwise excellent condition. 11” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

106. Unknown Potter

107. Edgefield District

(possibly Slave-made)

Four Whiskey Jugs.

Unglazed Pottery Vase.

c. 19th c. From unknown plantation. Not signed or marked. Excellent condition. 7” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Illustrated in Afro-American Art & Craft by Chase, pg. 91. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

c. 1850-60’s. Not signed. Variety of glazes. Three are missing handles. Range of conditions. Tallest is 11.5” h. Smallest is 9” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $125

111. Unknown Maker 108. Edgefield District Stoneware Butter Churn.

c. 1850’s. Marked with “0” near lug handle. both handles have been repaired. One is off now, otherwise good condition. 14” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85 Page 30

109. Unknown Maker Monkey Jug.

c. 20th C. Unusual glaze, spout and side handle. Chip on spout, otherwise great condition. 10” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $100-200. Ship: $55

110. Unknown Maker Johnny’s Jug With Inscription.

Feb. 2, 1938. “To Johnny From Mother Lula May Edwards Love Always From Me.” Signed and dated. Paint on pottery jug. Excellent condition. 12.5” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

Whiskey Jug Lamp.

Unsigned. Camden County, GA. Painted old jug with split bamboo rod used to house electrical cord. Painted black with yellow spots in African tradition, a design element found on West African objects such as shields. Some wear, otherwise great condition. 15” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-400. Ship: $65


112. Thomas Day Secretary With Mirrored Doors.

ACACIA COLLECTION FURNITURE BY THOMAS DAY EXHIBITED AT THE TELFAIR MUSEUM OF ART, SAVANNAH, GA. 1996-97. Thomas Day (1801-1859) was a free, black, cabinet maker who most likely learned his trade from his father. Originally from Virginia, he moved to Milton, North Carolina in the early 1820’s. In Milton, he had a highly successful cabinet shop where he counted Governor David S. Reid (1851-54) and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as clients.

c. 1850’s. North Carolina. Day is believed to have made no more than four secretaries with mirrors. Mahogany veneer, poplar and pine as secondary woods. Excellent condition with very minor loss. Size with 2 pieces together is 95” h x 39” w x 21” d. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Robert Reeves Art & Antiques - Atlanta, GA. Exhibited at The Telfair Museum of Art, Savannah GA. Lot includes a signed detailed attribution letter by Rodney Barfield dated April 2, 1990. Barfield is the noted author of Thomas Day, Cabinetmaker (Raleigh: N.C. Division of Archives & History, 1978) as well as the Acacia Historical Arts Inventory and Appraisal form. Est. $8,000-12,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

113. Thomas Day Sofa.

c. 1840’s. North Carolina. Mahogany veneer. Day used this style of arm in church pews. Sofa has been re-upholstered, otherwise excellent condition. 80.5” long x 35.5” h x 29” d. Provenance: This sofa descended in the Osborne family of Reidsville, North Carolina, Howard A. Smith Old America Co. Southern Fine and Decorative Arts, The Acacia Collection. Exhibited at The Telfair Museum of Art, Savannah GA. Est. $3,000-5,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

115. Thomas Day 114. Thomas Day Fireplace Mantle.

c. 1830’s. Milton, North Carolina. Oak and yellow pine with some original paint. Excellent condition. 60” h. x 81” long x 8” d. Day was known for his interior architectural work. This is an example of a simple, straight forward fireplace mantle from a house in Milton, N.C. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $5,000-8,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

116. Thomas Day Parlor Table.

c. 1850. North Carolina. Mahogany veneer over yellow pine. Some veneer loss and repair to bottom of the table leg, otherwise good condition. 29” h x 45” long x 26.5” w. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Exhibited at The Telfair Museum of Art, Savannah GA. During the 19th Century, the parlor table, usually placed in the center of the room, was a very significant parlor item. This table is an exuberant combination of late neoclassical design and Day’s distinctive architectural silhouettes. The supports resemble the newel posts on the stair of the paschal House in Caswell County, North Carolina where Day installed the interior millwork. Source: PREVUE, Oct. 1997, Telfair Museum of Art newsletter (clipping included). Est. $2,000-4,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

Wash Stand.

c. 1850. North Carolina. Mahogany veneer over yellow pine with marble top. Minor loss and repair to marble corner, otherwise great condition. 36” h x 30.5” long x 17.5” d. Provenance: Howard A. Smith Old America Co., The Acacia Collection. Exhibited: Telfair Museum of Art, Savannah, Georgia America I Am: The African American Imprint, United States Exhibition Tour 2009-2012. Est. $2,000-4,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

117. Thomas Day Side Chair.

c. 1850. North Carolina. Mahogany with burlap stuffed seat cushion. Excellent condition. 32.5” x 18” w x 16” d. Provenance: Howard A. Smith Old America Co. The Acacia Collection. Exhibited: Telfair Museum of Art, Savannah, GA. America I Am: The African American Imprint, US Exhibition Tour 2009-2012. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Page 31


Lot 119. C.N. (Charleston Neck) Servant Tag


Lot 127. Slave-Made Three Footed Storage Basket


Lot 126. A. Stinson - Incised Plantation Horn showing stag cornered by dogs.

Lot 126. Detail showing woman standing over an opposum standing over dead Page


128. Southern African American Commode & Stand


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Lot 129. African American Church Lecturn where The President of The Savannah Chapter of the NAACP and Civil Rights Icon, W.W. Law delivered landmark speech on desegregation.


Lot 131. African American Miniature Vanity.

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Throughout the first half of the 19th century, slaves brought into Charleston were sold at public auctions held on the north side of the Exchange and Provost building. After the city prohibited public slave auctions in 1856, enclosed slave markets sprang up along Chalmers, State, and Queen streets. One such market was Ryan's Mart, established by City Councilman and broker, Thomas Ryan and his business partner, James Marsh. Ryan's Mart originally consisted of a closed lot with three structures— a four-story barracoon or slave jail, a kitchen, and a morgue or "dead house." In Charleston, by law, each slave was required to have in his or her possession and worn in a conspicuous place an identification tag. The number was registered to the slave owners name and a new one was issued each year. It was a form of taxation and the price of the tag varied with the vocation of the slave.

120. Slave Tag Charleston Servant #1006.

1853. Stamped copper. Great condition. 1.5” x 1.5”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart, S.C. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $15

123. Charleston Worker Tag Clyde Line #454.

Stamped copper. Great condition. 1.5” x 1.75”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart, S.C. Charleston worker tag made in the manner of slave tags. Clyde Line was a steamship line established in 1844 by Thomas Clyde connecting Philadelphia with the rest of the East Coast. The Line began serving the Port of Charleston in 1869. The steamship offered Charlestonians luxury sea voyages from New York to Jacksonville, Florida. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $15 Page 38

119. Slave Tag

118. Slave Tag Charleston Porter #1082.

C.N. (Charleston Neck) Servant #515.

1858. Stamped copper. Edges bent back, hole at top is torn, otherwise great condition. 1.5” x 1.5”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart, S.C. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $15

121. Slave Tag Charleston Servant #715.

1863. Stamped copper. Great condition. 1.5” x 1.5”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart, S.C. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $15

1848. Stamped copper. Great condition. 1.75” x 1.75”. Extremely rare. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart, S.C. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $15

122. Slave Tag Charleston Porter, 821.

1847. Stamped copper. Great condition. 1.75” x 1.75”. Provenance: This slave tag was discovered in a “dig” in Charleston, S.C., Blatner Antiques, Savannah, GA. The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart, S.C. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $15

124. F. W Wagener & Co. Worker Tag Laborer 13 Waterfront.

Stamped oval copper. Great condition. 2.25” x 1.5”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart, S.C. Frederick William Wagener (1832-1921, Charleston, SC) a local merchant who bought and sold groceries, liquor, cotton, and fertilizer. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $15

125. Central Of Georgia Railway Co. Tag 4898 and Tag 3895.

Stamped brass. Black employees had to present tag to receive pay during WWII. Excellent condition. Largest is 2” x 3”. Est. $200-300 Ship: $25


126. A. Stinson

127. Slave Made

Incised Plantation Calling Horn.

Large Three Footed Two Tiered Storage Basket.

Antebellum. Signed. Incised scrimshaw cow’s horn. Southeastern U.S.A. This calling horn was probably used by the man who handled the dogs on the plantation. It has two scenes; one shows a black woman with an upraised hoe about to strike an opossum that is standing over a dead chicken. The other scene is of a stag cornered by three animated dogs. Unusually fine details. Excellent condition. 10” long x 2.5” diameter. Provenance: Robert Reeves Art & Antiques, Atlanta, GA. The Acacia Collection. Exhibited at the McKissick Museum, University of Southern Carolina, Columbia, America I Am: The African American Imprint Exhibition Tour (2009-2012). Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $35

c. 1840’s. Rye straw, reeds, pine needles, with oak banding, incised symbols on the three legs, found in rural Davidson County, North Carolina. 21” h x 18” diameter. Normal wear, otherwise great condition. Believed to be one of the only three examples surviving with similar feet and characteristics. Very rare. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Robert Reeves American Art & Antiques, Atlanta, GA. Featured in TIME-LIFE 1994, WORLD 1994, COUNTRY HOME 1997. Exhibited: Museum of The Confederacy, Richmond, VA. McKissick Museum, University of SC, Columbia, National African American Museum, Wilberforce, OH, Telfair Museum’s Owens Thomas House, Savannah, GA. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $150

126. Alternate View.

128. Southern African American Commode And Stand.

129. African American Church Lectern

c. 1890-1920. Effingham County, Georgia. Carved and stained wood with traditional African American carved designs which is very reminiscent of the way Africans sometimes decorated granary doors. This piece was used in the bedroom to hold a chamber pot inside and with nice table top. Notice the rodent bore hold in the lower right side. Excellent condition. 33” h x 27” x 22.5”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Alex Raskin Antiques, Savannah, GA. Listed in the Georgia Inventory of Folk Furniture conducted by Pam Wagner, Colonial Dames, Atlanta. Est. $5,000-8,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

Lot 129. includes original article from the Savannah Morning News July 30, 2002, a few days after W.W. Law’s death featuring this photo from the 1960’s where Law is preaching that busing must be accepted.

W.W. Law Speaker (NAACP Leader).

Not signed or dated. Folky carved and assembled wood and varnish. Stand from African American Church in Savannah, GA. Exhibited: America I Am: The African American Imprint United States Tour 2009-2012. Lot includes original article from the Savannah Morning News featuring the photo of Law preaching at the podium, Tuesday July 30, 2002. Westley Wallace Law (1923-2002) was a civil rights leader from Savannah, Georgia. He was president of the Savannah chapter of the NAACP, where he led his community and made great strides in desegregation through nonviolent resistance from 1950 to 1976. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $2,000-3,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

130. African American Table - A Wedding Gift.

c. 1920’s-24. Found near Thomasville, GA. Made from discarded shipping crates and other scrap wood, haint blue paint remnants. Some environmental wear, otherwise good condition. 28” h x 36” x 13” w. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $1,000-1,500. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

131. African American Miniature Vanity.

Carved relief dog with bird, alligator, lion, spider. Carved feet leg with acorn on top and hand holding acorn topped staff holding swinging mirror. Stained and painted with some jeweled eyes. Minor chip on one foot and mice chew marks on drawer, otherwise excellent condition. Very rare example. 12” x 9” w x 20” h. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $65 Page 39


Lot 137. Snail Trail Pattern Coverlet


132. Slave-Made Coverlet Pine Bloom of Gentleman’s Fancy Coverlet.

c. 1800. Slave-made cotton & wool coverlet, indigo dyed. Stretched and backed to frame. Excellent condition. 104” x 30” with frame. Provenance: From the Laurel Hill Plantation, James River area of Virginia. Part of counterpane made by the slave of Mahola Clarke Knight in Lynchburg, VA. Presented in 1948 to The Old Slave Mart Museum by Mrs. Shumate, granddaughter of slave owner. Featured in Book of Hand-Woven Coverlets by Eliza Calvert Hall, 1931. American’s Quilts and Coverlets, by Carleton Safford and Robert Bishop, 1972, Afro American Art & Craft, by Judith Wragg Chase, page 87, and Exhibited at The Smithsonian’s National Museum of History, “After the Revolution: Everyday Life In America, 1985-86.” Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $300

133. Slave-Made Coverlet Catalpa Flower Bedspread.

c. prior to 1863. Reverse cotton and wool weaving by enslaved woman on the Singleton Family Plantation, Hawkinsville, GA. Indigo dyed blue and ivory. Some wear on edge and backed with protective cotton strips, otherwise good to great condition. 88” x 86”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and the Old Slave Mart. Illustrated in Afro American Art and Craft by Chase pg 87. The Black Book by Middlton Harris, pg. 102. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $45

134. Slave-Era Coverlet Red & Ivory Coverlet.

c. 1800’s. Cotton and wool woven on a Jaquard loom. Some tears and fading throughout, otherwise good to fair condition. 88” x 72”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Exhibited at the Telfair Museum of Art, Owens Thomas House Slave Quarters Savannah, GA. Featured on page 46 of The Owens Thomas House by Tania June Sammons. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

135. Coverlet Blue and Ivory Slave Era Coverlet.

c. 1800’s. Cotton and wool. Hole in center, otherwise great condition. 88” x 66”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Exhibited: American I Am: The African American Imprint United States Exhibition Tour, 2009-2012. Exhibited: Telfair Museum of Art, Owens Thomas House. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $45 Page 42

136. Coverlet Navy And Ivory Coverlet.

c. 1800’s. Cotton and wool coverlet, spun on Jacquard loom. Slight wear, otherwise good to great condition. 77” x 54”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Exhibited: Telfair Museum of Art, Owens Thomas House Slave Quarters, Savannah GA. Reframing a Perceptual Paradigm: A Jerome Meadows Installation, Telfair Academy, 2009. Featured on page 46 of The Owens Thomas House by Tania June Sammons. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $45

137. Coverlet Snails Trail Pattern Coverlet.

c. mid 19th Century. Hand woven coverlet piece made on one of the Lovelace Plantations near LaGrange, GA. Dyed with indigo, it appears to be a very rare original design with a dazzling “op art effect.” Bottom edge has some tears, otherwise good to great condition. 18” x 38”. Provenance: Old Slave Mart Museum and Anacostia Museum. Featured on the dust jacket of America’s Folk Art by G.P. Putnam. Pg. 100 The Black Book, by Middleton Harris. Pg. 87 Afro American Art and Craft by Chase. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $45


138. African American

139. Slave Made

Pieced and Appliqued Asymmetrical Design Sample Quilt.

c. 1846-1848. Hand-stitched light-weight cotton piece quilt. 86” x 74”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and the Old Slave Mart. Made by slave house servants in Montgomery, AL, from the home of Georgia Poet Sidney Lanier. See Afro American Art and Craft by Chase, pg. 88. The Black Book by Middleton Harris, pg. 104. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $45

c. 1890-1900’s. Covington, TN. Mid-weight quilt with hand-made stitching and scrap cotton fabric. Excellent condition. 78” x 66”. Provenance: ex. James Allen Collection. The Acacia Collection. Featured in World, 1994 and Country Home, 1997. Est. 1,000-3,000. Ship: $45

Piecework Saw Quilt.

140. M. Addington Cotton Coastal Gullah White On White Coverlet.

c. 1920’s-40’s. White cotton with candlewick graphics. 86” x 76”. Good condition. Some candlewicking showing name of maker removed, but needle marks nevertheless less reveal the name. This is a rare item; obviously made for home use as a gift. The candlewick graphics reflect Christian beliefs and the grammar reflects or, at least, suggests a coastal Gullah origin. Some of the panels read: “Grace is the Christian Life but the shield that defend it, “ “ Hope is the Christian staff but the faith is the hand that hold it. When this youse rememberme.” The coverlet has a sun with rays and leaf motif. Authentic examples of this sort are rare. Provenance: Robert Reeves Antiques, Atlanta, GA. The Acacia Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

141. Geneva Jackson I Might Not Be Able To Give Much...

c. 1940’s. Georgia. Signed and titled, “I Might Not Be Able to Give Them Much, but I Swore They Wouldn’t Be Cold.” Cotton piece quilt backed by fertilizer sacks. Excellent condition. 66” x 84”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

143. African American Quilter Log Cabin Pattern Quilt.

142. Slave Quilter Eight Pointed Star Design Quilt.

c. 1863. Hand-made light weight quilt created by a slave near Macon, GA. Gift to The Old Slave Mart Museum in 1948. Minor stains with 20th c. trim and repair, otherwise good condition. 68” x 80”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. See Afro-American Arts & Crafts, pg. 89. The Black Book by Middleton Harris, pg. 101. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $45

c. late 1800’s-early 1900’s. Light weight piecework handstitched quilt. Some staining, otherwise good condition. 86” x 80”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. The Black Book by Middleton Harris, pg. 104. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

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Lot 144. Cap. H.N. Benjamin Canteen


Lot 149. Edwin Augustus Harleston


144. Army of the Confederacy Cap. H.N. Benjamin Canteen.

c. 19th century. Ink on wooden and metal civil war-era canteen. Has remnants of wax on back where dispatches were carried. Incredible survival condition. 7.5” diameter x 2.5” h. Very rare. Inscribed, “Cap. H.N. Benjamin Pro. Mar. 21 Brg. 21 Div. 14 A.C. Captured at Rome GA, May 18, 1864.” Provenance: The Acacia Collection And the Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $35

145. Detail of Medal

145. Civil War Pvt. William H. Everson Medal

Hand-stamped metal or silver. 1 3/8” x 1 3/8”. Size with frame is 19” w x 23” h. Everson, a free black and a member of the 54th Massachusetts Infantry. Everson at age 19 joined the Union Army at Albany, NY. He was one of thousands of African American Volunteers in the Union Army. He served with the Mass. U.S. Colored Troops, company E, (Record verified at U.S. National Archive) in 1863, saw action at Fort Wagner, James Island, Darien and Olustee. Battle depicted here is The Attack On Fort Wagner. The 54th Mass. U.S. Colored Troops and Pvt. Everson fought in this battle. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $45

146. The Emmaline Collection Doll, Tintype, Blanket, Glassware.

c. 1850’s. Handmade dolls for the Montgomery children. Boy doll, believed to have been made by Emmaline prior to emancipation has a cloth head, hand knitted clothes, leather shoes. The Mammy Doll is dressed partly in buttons and materials from Emmaline’s clothes and was created after leaving the plantation. Largest is 19” h. Handmade blanket and Glassware from Montgomery Plantation. Tintype is 2.5” w x 3.25” h, was taken around 1882. Emmaline was purchased in 1841 in New Orleans, LA around the age of 14 by William T. Montgomery owner of a large plantation in Bolivar County, MO. Emmaline was a wedding present for Mr. Montgomery’s 16 year old bride, Caroline Nancy Ballou. Emmaline nursed 14 Montgomery children who later cared for her in her old age until her death in 1936 (around 109 years old). Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum, Dr. Lenore Harvey, Buford, GA. Featured in Afro-American Art and Craft by Chase, pg. 90 and The Black Book by Middleton Harris. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $25

Detail of tintype of Emmaline

147. Peter Simmons (1858-1955) Four Early Wrought Ironworks.

Mt. Pleasant, S.C. Four early examples of hand-forged iron. Excellent condition. Triangle corner piece is a later example 86” h x 8” x 8”. The other three are earlier and the tallest is 75” h x 6” w. All were designed and executed by ex-slave, Peter Simmons. Chase wrote on page 71 of Afro American Art and Craft, “In Charleston Peter Simmons, a slave blacksmith, was well known. He taught his art to the contemporary black craftsman, Phillip Simmons (no relation).” Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. These panels were donated to The Old Slave Mart Museum by Phillip Simmons in 1969. Exhibited at The McKissick Carolina Folk: The Cradle of Southern Tradition, 1985 and in The Afro American One piece is shown in photoTradition Decorative Arts graph in front of house on Murray Blvd. Charleston, SC. Cleveland Museum. Dr. John Michael Vlach wrote Charleston Blacksmith The Work of Phillip Simmons, 1981. Simmons and Vlach were honored at The Old Slave Mart Museum after the book was published see copy of the newspaper announcement and the autograph party invitation online. Est. $3,000-5,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Page 46

148. Slave Made “P” Trunk From The Estate of Henrietta Miles.

c. 1788 Slave made trunk is covered with deer hide and bound with hand forged and hammered iron mountings and lined with patterned paper. Made for use by a young master who was going to Europe to study. Iron initial “P” over keyhole of lock and is from the estate of Henrietta Miles. (see: Afro American Art & Craft By Chase.) Lots of wear and some loss, otherwise good condition. 22” h x 40” x 27” d. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum, Purchased for the Museum in 1936. Est. $2,000-3,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.


149. Edwin Augustus Harleston (1882-1931) Charleston Shrimp Man.

c. 1924. Signed. Oil on canvas. Painting has minor repair on man’s leg, otherwise excellent condition, frame has cracks and repairs. The Charleston Shrimp Man by Edwin Augustus Harleston, painted on Meeting Street in Charleston. The artist is usually known for his portraits, making this street scene an uncommon and unique work. Image is 14” w x 21” h. Frame is 22” w x 29” h. Est. $20,000-30,000. Ship: $85 Harleston was one of the most distinguished black American artist of his generation. A native Charlestonian, he attended Atlanta University where W.E.B. DuBois was his mentor and professor. Later he studied at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, he return in 1913 to Charleston to assist with the family funeral business. He soon emerged as an outstanding artist, businessman and in 1916, founded the Charleston chapter of the NAACP. He organized a successful movement for educational reform in black schools. In the 1920’s with his reputation as an artist firmly established, he created sensitive portraits of black subjects that brought him into national prominence in the 1920’s he was receiving portrait commissions from all over the country, predominantly affluent African Americans. Provenance: The Acacia Collection And The Old Slave Mart Museum. Exhibited: The Gibbs Museum in SC, 1984, and is illustrated in the Winter Gibbes Art Gallery Calendar (pg. 7). The South Carolina Governor’s Complex For Black History Month, 2015. Illustrated in the Charleston Evening Post, Friday, May 13, 1966 in an article previewing E.A. Harleston’s one man show at the Old Slave Mart.

150. Joseph Delaney (1904-1991) Old Charleston City Market.

c. 1942. Oil on board. Flake in board on lower right, and some possible inpainting and original dent in board upper left, otherwise great condition. Image is 28” w x 18” h. Frame is 31” w x 21” h. Delaney painted the piece while on a Rosenwald fellowship to sketch scenes along the Eastern seaboard. Examples during this time period of Delaney’s career are very scarce. Provenance: The Acacia Collection And The Old Slave Mart Museum. Exhibited: The Gibbs Museum in SC. Lace House at the SC Governor’s Mansion Complex for Black History Month, 2014. Est. $3,000-6,000. Ship: $65

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Lot 162. Gold Trotter Horse Weathervane


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Lot 151. Rex Goreleight


Lot 153. Hugh Moore


151. Rex Goreleigh The Tobacco Series, Set of 7 Color Screen Prints.

1973. Signed, dated and numbered. Great condition. Each is 19” w x 25” h with frame. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. Exhibited at The Gibbs Museum of Art, Charleston. Est. $5,000-8,000. Ship: $85

Hugh Moore

152. Hugh Moore Amos Fortune.

Working as a janitor in the Cleveland Museum when he became inspired to do some applied art. Obtaining clay from the Museum Art School he began making small ceramic sculptures. Miss Wilson gave him his first one-man show in the Old Slave Mar Museum. He has had many exhibits since. Moore is first mentioned in Miss Wilson’s correspondence 1/16/54.

Signed. Not dated. Sculpted clay and glazed in a bronzing color. Excellent condition. 18” x 6” x 6”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Amos Fortune was auctioned off as a slave in Boston in 1725 at the age of 15. When he died in 1801 he became his town’s first benefactor bequeathing several hundred dollars - a large sum at the time and which having grown over time is still the source of local writing grants. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65

154. Hugh Moore Four Figures Porgy & Bess and Strawberry & Crown.

1954. All are signed and dated. Sculpted and glazed clay. Minor wear, otherwise great condition. Tallest is 9” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $75

156. Marriet McGeath (attributed) Down Town In Dark Town.

c. 1918. Not signed. Titled. South Richmond, Indiana. Graphite on paper. Size with frame is 18.5” w x 15.5” h. McGeath lived in Montpelier, IN. Excellent condition. Est. $1,500-2,500. Ship: $45 Page 52

157. Unknown, Possibly Marriet McGreath As I Remember.

Not signed or dated. Titled on front. Graphite on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 20” w x 13” h. Frame is 25” w x 19” h. Est. $1,500-2,500. Ship: $65

153. Hugh Moore Rhythm.

c. 1951. Signed and dated. Stylized ceramic figure. Excellent condition. 11.5” x 10.5” x 7”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

155. Hugh Moore Squirrel And Photo.

c. 1950’s. Signed. Not dated. Painted clay squirrel. Great condition. Squirrel is 6” x 4”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

158. Unknown, Possibly Marriet McGreath Fun In The Dump.

Not signed or dated. Titled on front. Graphite on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 17” w x 14” h. Frame is 22” w x 20” h. Est. $1,500-2,500. Ship: $55


159. Weathervane Running Horse & Jockey.

Molded and soldered copper. Three bullet holes. Some re-soldering, otherwise great condition. Image is 30” w x 18” h. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $85

160. Weathervane Large Copper Horse.

161. Weathervane

Molded and soldered copper with flat tail and ears. Excellent condition. 32” long x 26” h. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $85

Trotter Horse.

Molded and soldered copper. Patched bullet hole. Excellent condition. 32” long x 20” h. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $85

162. Weathervane Gold Trotter Horse Weathervane.

163. Weathervane Gold Running Quarter Horse.

Molded and soldered copper with solid head. Two bullet holes, otherwise great condition. 30” w x 19” h. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $85

Molded and soldered copper. Excellent condition. 30” long x 20” h. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $85

164. Weathervane Trotting Horse.

Hand-forged metal cut-out figure painted black. Excellent condition. 49” long x 30” h. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $200

165. Weathervane Horse and Dog.

Hand-forged metal cut-out figures, painted black. Excellent condition. 31” long x 21” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $85

166. Weathervane Small Horse and Arrow.

Molded and soldered copper on metal arrow. Great condition. 22” w x 9” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55 Page 53


Lot 170. Illinois State Seal Folky Banner


Lot 176. Spencerian Script Deer.

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167. Religious Banner Judgment Seat Of Christ.

c. 1960’s. Paint on burlap cloth. Excellent condition. 148” w x 48” h. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $35

168. Religious Banner The Indestructible Word.

c. 1950’s. Probably Missouri origin. Hand-painted religious banner on cotton sheet. Excellent condition. 70” x 75”. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $25

169. German Penn Banner Ya Ya Ya Song.

c. 1890-1920’s. Paint on muslin cloth. Some thinning and skinning, otherwise good to great condition. 36” w x 45” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

170. Illinois State Seal Folky Banner State Sovreignty (sic) National.

c. 1927. “Illinois ‘27” written on back. State of Illinois Seal. Paint on muslin cloth. Minor tear, otherwise great condition. 35” w x 56” h. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $55

171. Patriotic War Embroidery Eagle With American Shield.

Cotton, silk and silver strands, embroidered to muslin. Some minor age cracking to background, otherwise great condition. Size with frame is 35” w x 30” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $85 Page 56


Florence Saville Berryman (1900-1992) was the daughter of C.K. Berryman a Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist in D.C. At the age of 14, Florence stopped drawing when she contracted scarlet fever and became deaf. As an adult, Florence worked as an art critic for The Washington Post and The Evening Star. She produced thousands of drawings on found materials. Most of these works were discarded after her death. The works here are from a collection of a few hundred that were salvaged by a writer-historian who is now preparing a book on Berryman’s life and work.

173. Florence Saville Berryman Valentino.

172. Florence Saville Berryman (1900-1992) The Nymph And The Mermaid.

c. 1910’s. A suite of 10 individually framed drawings. Numbered, 1,3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15 & 16. One is signed on back, “Florence Berryman age 10 Cooke School.” Crayon and pencil on paper. Images are 2.5” x 7” to 8” x 8”. Frames are is 11” x 10” to 15” x 15”. Provenance: Dean Jensen Gallery. Exhibited at The American Visionary Art Museum, ‘We Are Not Alone - Angels And Other Aliens’ Exhibit (1999-2000). Excellent condition. Est. $3,000-6,000. Ship: $100

c. 1910’s. Crayon and pencil on paper. Image is 8” x 8”. Frame is 15” x 15”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

175. Antique Puppets 12 Figures.

c. 1900’s. Hand-carved and painted wooden head with homemade clothing. Lot includes rare Skeleton, Hangman, Devil and Preacher. Tallest is 17” h. Excellent condition. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $85

174. Marionettes Six Incredible Figures.

Lot includes a Black Figure and an Alligator. Not signed. Carved and painted wood with homemade clothing. The figures come with display stands. Tallest is 23” h. Provenance: ex. Dick and Jane Cieply. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $55

176. Spencerian Script Deer. “All Honor To The Pen”

c. 1865. Ink on paper with script. Very large and extremely wellexecuted. Image is 27” w x 24” h. Archival and elegant frame is 38” w x 35” h. Excellent condition. Master Work! The John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $200

177. Vintage Tattoo Flash Art Wha’ Happend? (sic).

c. 1940’s. Ink and watercolor on illustration board. Original nail hole and some aging of paper, otherwise excellent condition. Image is 15” w x 11” h. Frame is 23” w x 19” h. Provenance: Dean Jensen Page 57 Gallery. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship $65


Lot 179. Robert Arneson

Lot 180. Robert Arneson


Lot 184. Roy De Forest


178. Banksy (b. 1974) Di-Faced Tenner, 10 GBP Note.

2004. Offset lithograph printed in colors. Printed by Pictures On Walls, London, the full sheet printed to the edges. 3” x 5 5/8” (76 x 143 mm). Excellent condition. Provenance: Originally obtained from Lazarides Gallery, London. Steve Lazarides was Banksy’s original agent from the late 1990’s until 2008. This piece has the moire pattern which can be seen with a jeweler’s loop or magnifying glass, that was created when Banksy scanned the real 10 GBP note to make his Di-Faced version. Est. $3,000-5,000. 178. Side A

178. Side B

179. Robert Arneson (1930-1992)

Large Earthenware Brick Vase Sculpture. c. 1960’s. 23” h. Excellent condition. Signed, “Arneson.” Provenance: Purchased from The Candy Store in Folsom, CA in the 60’s. Mid-Century Modern Funk Art style. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: 85

Ground-breaking owner and promoter of the California Funk Art Movement, Adeliza McHugh, surrounded by legends in the genre, Maija Peeples-Bright, Peter Vanderberg, Roy De Forest, Robert Arneson and David Gilhooly in 1981. In honor of the galleries contribution, it was honored in 1981 by an attendance record breaking exhibition at Sacramento’s Crocker Art Museum titled, “Welcome To The Candy Store” McHugh died in 2003 at the age of 91

The Candy Store And Me During the 1960's and the 1970's Adeliza McHugh and I became friends. (Adeliza McHugh was the Candy Store Gallery owner during this time) I did not know the artists personally, I left that up to Adeliza, as I did not want personal feelings to enter into my feelings about the art (I chose) itself. Adeliza was not the hard-sell type. She let me carry a balance on my account from month to month. I paid a set amount each month and when my balance became low, I would start looking at the art to decide on the next one I wanted. Every month, I had an opportunity to visit a delightful persona and enjoy a gallery of art at the same time I paid that month's installment....a perfect shopping experience.

180. Robert Arneson Brick and Earthenware Vase. c. 1960’s. Excellent condition. 14.75” h. Signed, “Arneson.” Provenance: Purchased from the Candy Store Folsom, CA in the 60’s. Mid-Century Modern Funk Art style. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $65

- This short remembrance was written by the consignor of the Yoakums, the Peeples-Brights, the Arnesons, The Roy DeForest, and the Gilhoolys in this auction.

181. David James Gilhooly (1943-2013)

Large Covered Bowl With 3-D Mountain Scene.

c. 1970’s. Signed. Ceramic. An extremely unusual 3-dimensional very large covered bowl with WWII mountain scene with tanks and a ship in a lake. Multi-colored glazed clay bowl. Large chip in back of bowl (the missing chips are included with the lot for possible future repair), otherwise good condition. 10” h x 12” diameter. Provenance: Purchased from the Candy Store in Folsom, CA in the 70’s. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $100 Page 60

182. David James Gilhooly Frog Taco.

1975. Signed and dated. Multi-colored glaze clay sculpture from the Frog Food Series. Excellent condition. 7” x 2” x 4”. Provenance: Purchased from the Candy Store Folsom, CA in the 70’s. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

183. David James Gilhooly Snail on Potato.

1972. Signed and dated. Multi-colored glaze clay sculpture. Tip of shallot is missing, otherwise great condition. 5” x 4.75” x 2.5”. Provenance: Purchased from the Candy Store in Folsom, CA in the 70’s. Est. $500-800. Ship: $35


184. Roy De Forest (1930-2007) Untitled (Brick House, She’s Mighty Mighty).

1969. Signed and dated. Paint, colored pencil and marker on poster. Excellent condition. Image is 30” w x 22” h. Purchased from The Candy Store in Folsom, CA in the late 60’s-70’s. De Forest was part of the influential California Funk Art Movement and the Founder of “Nut Art.” Est. $5,000-10,000. Ship: $65

185. Maija Peeples-Bright (b. 1942 )

Heroes.

1969. Signed and dated. Acrylic on canvas and mixed media. Small tear at lower right, otherwise excellent condition. 60” w x 47” h. Purchased from the Candy Store in Folsom, CA in the late 60’s-70’s. Maija Peeples-Bright was born in Latvia, enduring hardship in refugee camps during the war. She moved to California as a child and went to UC Davis coming of age in the 60’s in the company of the grand masters of the Funk Art movement who often hung out at her home, the “Rainbow House”.

Est. $1,000-3,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

187. Maija Peeples-Bright Lobster Lake.

1971. Signed and dated. Acrylic on canvas. Excellent condition. 41” w x 31” h. Purchased from the Candy Store in Folsom, CA in the late 60’s-70’s. Est. $800-1,200 Ship: $100

188. Maija Peeples-Bright Opaki Owls.

1974. Signed and dated. Acrylic on canvas. Some staining on back, otherwise good condition. 22” w x 28” h. Purchased from the Candy Store in Folsom, CA in the late 60’s-70’s. Est. $600-900. Ship: $65

186. Maija Peeples-Bright Beaver Bees.

1975. Signed and dated. Acrylic on canvas. Excellent condition. 35” w x 41” h. Purchased from the Candy Store in Folsom, CA in the late 60’s-70’s. Est. $800-1,200 Ship: $100

189. Maija Peeples-Bright Capybara Cornucopia.

1974. Acrylic and mixed media on canvas. Excellent condition. 12” x 16”. Purchased from the Candy Store in Folsom, CA in the late 60’s-70’s. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45 Page 61


190. Bill Traylor Portrait Of A Well Dressed Man.

Signed. Not dated. Graphite and colored pencil on found cardstock. Minor wear around edges, otherwise excellent condition. Image is 8.25” w x 10” h. Frame is 15” w x 16.5” h. Provenance: Collector purchased this piece from Luise ross Gallery, New York, in 1964. Ross likely obtained it from Charles and Eugenia Shannon. Est. $50,000-60,000. Ship: $55 Page 62

190. View with frame


191. Elijah Pierce Floral Plaque.

1948. Early and rare example. Signed and dated and sticker reading “MR ELIJAH PIERCE 2290 MARGARET COLUMBUS OH 43219” on verso. Carved wood-relief plaque painted with glitter and varnish. Excellent condition. 13” w x 16.5” including artist-made frame. Backed by cardboard. Est. $10,000-15,000. Ship: $75

192. Elijah Pierce Heaven, Hope, Love.

1970. Signed, dated and titled. Carved wood-relief plaque, painted, glitter, and varnish. Excellent condition. Original business card attached to cardboard backing. 21” w x 24” h. Est. $8,000-12,000. Ship: $75

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Lot 196. Sam Doyle


Lot 195. Eugene Von Bruenchenhein

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193. Joseph Yoakum (1886-1973) Moro Rock and Morro Bay Near San Luis Obispo California. c. 1969. Signed and titled. Colored pencil and ink on paper. Excellent condition with strong colors. Large than usual size. Image is 24” w x 19” h. Frame is 33” w x 26” h. Provenance: Purchased from the Candy Store in San Francisco, CA in the late 60’s-70’s. Est. $8,000-12,000. Ship: $100

193. View with frame

194. Joseph Yoakum This Is A View Of The Ash Grove Lime And Portland Cement Co. Of Fulton Missouri.

c. 1969-70. Signed and titled. Colored pencil and ink on paper. Excellent condition. Notice the smoke smog feature along with his usual style. Strong colors Image is 19” w x 12” h. Frame is 24” w x 17” h. Provenance: Purchased from the Candy Store in San Francisco, CA in the late 60’s-70’s. Est. $5,000-8,000. Ship $65

194. View with frame

195. Eugene Von Bruenchenhein Untitled.

Feb. 16, 1955. Signed and dated. Mixed media on cardstock. Image is 15” w x 17” h. Frame is 17” w x 19” h. Excellent condition. Provenance: Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago, IL. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $55

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196. Sam Doyle Le Bit.

Initialed and titled. House paint on found roofing tin. Environmental weathering, otherwise excellent condition. 28.5” w x 39” h. Provenance: Louanne LaRoche Collection. Exhibited at The High Museum, Atlanta, Ga. Est. $15,000-20,000. Ship: $100

197. Sam Doyle Nativity Scene With North Star & Baby Jesus.

Initialed on back. Paint on found and rusted tin with original board and nails. Excellent condition. 39” w x 44” h. Provenance: The Louanne LaRoche Collection. Est. $8,000-12,000. Ship: $200

199. Sam Doyle Martin Luther King’s Dream.

1982. Signed, dated and titled. Paint on window shade. Excellent condition. 35” w x 72” h. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $45

198. Sam Doyle Penn Teachers.

c. 1970’s. Signed. Paint on fabric applied to notebook cardboard. Image is 15” w x 11” h. Frame is 21” w x 17” h. Provenance: Early 1980’s Louanne LaRoche Red Piano Art Gallery, Hilton Head, South Carolina to Chuck Abney, Atlanta, Georgia in 1994. Est. $1,500-2,500. Ship: $55 Page 67


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200. Friedrich Schröder Sonnenstern Des Teaufels Himmelsfahrt (The Devil’s Ascension.)

1950. Signed, dated and titled. Colored pencil on card stock. Minor creases in corners. Image is 20” w x 29” h. Frame is 31” w x 41” h. Provenance: The Samuel Farber Collection. Est. $10,000-20,000. Ship: $150

200. View of verso.

201. View with frame.

202. James Castle Two Men.

201. James Castle

Not signed. Soot and spit with color pigment on found cardstock. Excellent condition. 7” w x 6.5” h. Frame is 16” w x 16” h. Provenance: J. Crist Gallery. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $45

General Store Interior With Stove.

Signed. Soot and spit on back of paper from family gift center. Excellent condition. Image is 7” w x 10” h. Frame is 16” w x 19” h. Provenance: J. Crist Gallery. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $45 Page 70

202. View with frame.


203. Mario Sanchez Old Islands Day Sailors Choice.

Signed and titled. Not dated. Carved and painted wood-relief plaque. Excellent condition. Rare example by important Key West artist who’s work has been exhibited at the American Folk Art Museum in NYC and at the Smithsonian. 14” w x 11” H. Est. $8,000-12,000. Ship: $55

204. Albina Felski (1916-1996) Elvis Garden Party.

c. 1970. Signed. Acrylic on canvas. Excellent condition. Image is 48” w x 48” h. Frame is 55” w x 55” h. Provenance: Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago, IL. Felski’s work is on permanent display at the Smithsonian. She often took more than a year to complete a painting. Est. $8,000-12,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

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Lot 210. Minnie Evans


Lot 208. Indian Princess


206. Thornton Dial Garden.

1994. Initialed. Charcoal, graphite and pastel on artist paper. Excellent condition. Image is 30” w x 44” h. Frame is 37” w x 51” h. Est. $3,000-4,000. Ship: $175

205. Thornton Dial All Night.

1994. Initialed. Charcoal and pastel on artist paper. Excellent condition. Image is 27.5” w x 39.5” h. Frame is 34” w x 46” h. Est. $3,000-4,000. Ship: $125

208. Anonymous Indian Princess.

c. mid 1900’s. Not signed. Hand-molded cement. Paint with fiberglass headdress. Size with base is 53” h x 14” x 13”. Minor bend in headdress, otherwise great condition. Est. $2,000-4,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

207. Thornton Dial Man Riding Large Fish.

Not signed or dated. Paint on cut out and painted tin attached to cement base. Great condition. 25” h x 36” long. Est. $600-900. Ship: $100

209. Unsigned (Possibly Edgar McKillop) Snake Coiled Around Man’s Arm. Carved southern oak with stain. Nice original patina. Excellent condition. Unknown holes at top. 17” w x 5” d. Check out Edgar McKillop on pg. 108 of Southern Folk Art by Cynthia Elyce Rubin to see a similar item. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

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211. Minnie Evans Abstract Figure Looking Up.

210. View with frame.

210. Minnie Evans Floral Design.

c. 1965. Not signed. Oil and paint on paper. Excellent condition with strong bright colors. Image is 9” w x 12” h. Frame is 16” w x 18” h. Provenance: Luise Ross Gallery. This drawing was featured at the 2017 Outsider Art Fair in the curated space special exhibition, ‘The Outsider Art Fair: 25 Years.’ Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $45

Signed. Not dated. Colored pencil on cardstock. Excellent condition. Image is 7” w x 9.5” h. Frame is 17” w x 21” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45 211. View with frame.

212. Josephus Farmer Rebecca On The Sunny Brook Farm.

Titled. Carved wood-relief plaque. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 51.5” w x 11” x 1”. Provenance: ex. Edmund D. Lewandowski. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $100

213. Calvin & Ruby Black Possum Trot Doll Hospital Sign.

Not signed. Paint on found wooden panel. Well-weathered and splitting, otherwise good environmental condition. 27” w x 3.5” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45 Page 75


214. Sister Gertrude Morgan Sign Of The Judgement.

Signed. Paint and ink on found cardstock. Light fading of ink writing, otherwise excellent condition. Image is 8” x 8”. Frame is 12” x 12”. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $45

214. View with frame.

215. Sister Gertrude Morgan Sing O Do You No Him (sic).

c. 1972. Signed and titled. Paint and ink on found cardstock. Excellent condition. Vivid colors. Image is 5” w x 11” h. 8.5” w x 14.5” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

216. Sister Gertrude Morgan Mary Francis Williams Sister G. Morgan’s Mother. Signed. Not dated. Rare image of mother. Watercolor, paint and ink on found cardstock. Excellent condition. Image is 7” w x 10.5” h. Provenance: New York collector purchased this work in the 1980’s. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $45

217. Crazy Mac (attrib.) Wire Three Car Train On Tracks.

Intricately twisted wire with mixed media. Amazing amount of work went into this piece. Excellent condition. 37” long x 8” h x 4” w. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $100 Page 76


This is a rare image and believed to be the only painting by Clementine Hunter depicting the storied Underground Railroad and those who travelled it. Known for her bright and uplifting art this nighttime painting is a strict departure from her work. The principal figure—“woman”—is believed to be Harriet Tubman leading a child of slaves under the cover of darkness to freedom on the Underground Railroad. This painting is believed to be a very early statement by a celebrated African-American folk artist against the evils of slavery and the travails of those escaping from its horrendous clutches held against their will. Clementine Hunter was a child haunted by the horrors of her ancestry reminded of her family’s enslavement on plantations in deep, southern Louisiana where she spent her early years. Undoubtedly, her ancestors’ oral histories handed down prompted this singular depiction of what she might have imagined she would do as a child enslaved on the very same plantation where she spent her early life..

218. Clementine Hunter Harriet Tubman Leading Child Out of Slavery. c. 1940’s. Oil on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 9” w x 12” h. Archival frame is 18” w x 21” h. Authenticated by Shelby Gilley. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $45

Harriet Tubman Leading A Child Out Of Slavery is a brave, stark cry for justice, decades before the Civil Rights movement changed the American landscape. 218. View with frame.

219. Clementine Hunter Resurrection.

c. 1960’s. Initialed. Oil on artist board. Very minor paint loss on tree, otherwise excellent condition. Size with frame is 25” x 17”. Provenance: Consignor purchased this painting in 1994 from Marcia Weber Art. Exhibited in “African House Clementine Hunter, July 27-Oct. 26, 2013 at The Watermill Center in New York. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $45

221. Clementine Hunter Wash Day.

c. late 1970’s-80’s. Heavy oil on canvas panel. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 21” w x 17” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

220. Clementine Hunter Saturday Night Honky Tonk.

c. 1981. Initialed. Oil on canvas board. Excellent condition. Image is 14” w x 10” h. Frame is 16” w x 12” h. Provenance: ex. Lynne Ingram Collection. 2009 Appraisal by Shelby Gilley included. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

222. Clementine Hunter Small Zinnias In May.

c. 1970’s. Initialed. Oil on canvas panel. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 10” x 12” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $35

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223. Myrtice West Last Chapter 20 & 21 Wedding.

Signed and titled. Paint and glitter on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame. 33” w x 65” h. Provenance: Featured on back cover of Wonders To Behold The Visionary Art Of Myrtice West. Est. $10,000-15,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

223. Back cover of Wonders To Behold the Visionary Art of Myrtice West.

224. Myrtice West The Book Of Daniel Ch. 2.

Signed. Paint and glitter on masonite. Excellent condition. Size with artist decorated frame is 50” w x 50” h. Est. $2,000-4,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

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227. Nellie Mae Rowe 226. Nellie Mae Rowe

225. Nellie Mae Rowe Woman In Profile.

Standing Woman With Bonnet.

c. 1970’s. Not signed. Crayon and graphite on cardstock. Excellent condition. Image is 8” w x 11.5” h. Frame is 13” w x 16” h. Provenance: Galerie St. Etienne, NY. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

c. 1980. Signed. Crayon on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 8.5” w x 11” h. Frame is 16” w x 18” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

Praise The Lord.

Signed. Not dated. Crayon and ink on poster. Minor tear on lower right, otherwise good condition. 28” w x 22” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

229. Bessie Harvey 228. Bessie Harvey Rider On Bird.

c. 1991. Not signed. Root sculpture with paint, costume jewelry and other mixed media. 32” h x 17” w x 17” d. Provenance: 1991 Bessie Harvey, 1993 Cavin Morris, New York, 1995 Berman Gallery, Atlanta, GA, 1995 Charles Abney, Atlanta, GA. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

Three Kings.

1987. Signed, dated and titled. Carved and painted found vine and limb with marble and costume beads on board base. Excellent condition. Provenance: Cavin Morris Gallery. 24” h x 12” x 4”. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

231. Amanda Crowe (1928-2004) Large Loon.

230. Vernon Burwell Rocky Mount, NC (1916-1990)

Large Golden Eagle.

c. 1980’s. Not signed. Hand-painted concrete. Excellent condition. 26” x 21” h x 11”. The John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Exhibited at James Madison University. Burwell was a sharecropper most of his life. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

Signed. Not dated. Rare. Eastern Band NC Cherokee Indian carver. Carved natural wood with varnish. Excellent condition. 18” h x 5” x 5”. Amanda is considered both a folk and modern artist. This work was purchased directly from her in 1974 and was actually selected by Crowe as a superior piece to collect because of the knot in the carving. Crowe would try to carve around knots to give the piece depth and dimension. You’ll note that this is a large piece by Crowe. Crowe’s work has exhibited at The High Museum in Atlanta, GA in 1955 and the Mint Museum in Charlotte, NC in 1957 Est. $1,0003,000. Ship: $55 Page 79


233. Jon Serl My Wife.

232. Jon Serl Woman Reclining On Blue Couch.

1969. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 40” w x 29” h. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $85

1947. Signed and dated on verso - covered now by frame. Oil on found canvas panel. Tack hole on top and minor rub, otherwise excellent condition. Image is 16” w x 20” h. Frame is 20” w x 23” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $55

235. Justin McCarthy Portugal.

Signed and titled. Not dated. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 28” x 28”. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $75

234. Justin McCarthy All Of Us, Ice Capades.

1965. Signed, dated and titled. Paint on cardstock. Excellent condition. Image is 22” w x 19” h. Frame is 28” w x 25” h. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $85 234. View with frame.

237. Uncle Pete Drgac 236. Justin McCarthy Girl With Flower Hat. Signed. Not dated. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. 18” w x 18” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $45

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Partridge And Other Birds.

1975. Signed and dated. Paint on paper. Excellent condition. 14” w x 22”. Frame is 22” w x 30” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $75


238. Gustav Klumpp Summer Day Dream.

Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 33” w x 25” h. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $85

239. R. Johnson Large Sailing Ships With Lighthouse.

c. 1860’s. RARE FIND! Oil on canvas, with “R. Johnson” painted on rope frame work. Some thinning and minor tears in canvas with oil crazing. The piece has been lined and re-paired and put on a new stretcher, otherwise good condition. This could be a depiction of Harper’s Ferry. 42” w x 26” h. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $100

241. Lawrence Lebduska Winter Scene.

240. Lawrence Lebduska

1957. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 28” w x 22” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $65

Wild Cattle At Water Hole In Lush Landscape.

1940. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas with hand-painted frame. A few early and professional repairs to canvas, otherwise great condition. Size with frame is 43” w x 35” h. Est. $2,000- 4,000. Ship: $150

242. Johann Fischer (1919-2008)

“Fur Unsere louiener Osterreich!!

(For Our_____ Austria!!). 1992. Signed, dated and titled. Colored pencil, and ink on artist paper. This drawing describes his hallucinations of severed heads. Excellent condition. Masterwork! Art is loose in frame and needs to be re-attached. Image is 24” w x 17” h. Frame is 35” w x 28” h. Provenance: John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $100

243. Johann Fischer D. Fanner.

1984. Signed, titled and dated. Colored pencil on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 8” w x 11” h. Frame is 12” w x 15” h. Provenance: Gallery St. Page 83 Etienne. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $35.


Lot 251. Steve Ashby


Lot 261. Kitaike Yuicki

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244. Purvis Young Large Collage Work.

c. 1980’s. Signed. Paint on found boards and mixed media attached to large board. Great condition. 48” w x 72” h. Est. $2,000-3,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

245. Purvis Young Horse In City Skyline.

Signed. Paint on found board. Great condition. Size with frame is 42” w x 27” h. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $200

247. Purvis Young 246. Purvis Young Woman With Horse.

Signed. Not dated. Paint on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 32” w x 44” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $150

Crowd.

1987. Signed and dated. Paint and ink on paper backed to masonite. Great condition. 28” w x 40” h. Provenance: Joy Moos Gallery. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $100

249. Purvis Young Spirit Dancers.

Signed. Paint on found masonite. Excellent condition. 67” w x 38” h. Est. $1,000-3,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Page 86

248. Purvis Young Yellow Figure In Center.

Signed. Paint on found board. Great condition. 33” w x 48” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $125

250. Purvis Young Crowd Behind Bars.

Signed. Paint on found board. Great condition. 48” w x 24” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $85


Looking at and studying his works of art on a shelf in the big room, I can see a wonderment at the idea of re-creating a miniature world of one’s own. All of his women are replicas of his beloved Eliza, they bear tiny remnants of her clothes and wigs. Years’ worth of Eliza’s empty sewing thread spools are repurposed to become lady’s seats and whirligig fan arms. It is the most direct method of making art, not with fancy supplies and tools. Steve uses the most meager of materials and achieves dramatic results. Two years after his death, his works were included in the ground breaking 1982 exhibition, Black Folk Art, at the Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D.C.

251. Steve Ashby

252. Steve Ashby

Seated Semi-Erotic Woman On Spool.

Pissing Woman With Cooling Jets And A Pot To Piss In.

Not signed. Cut out wood and painted with cloth and acorn on plastic spool. Great condition. 7” h x 3.5” x 1.5”. Provenance: The Salvatore Scalora Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $35

Not signed. Assembled wood and acorns, fabric, wig hair, plastic tub and piss pot. Some paint on wood. Great condition. 12” h x 5” w x 3” d. Provenance: The Salvatore Scalora Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

- excerpt from, “A visit with Steve Ashby, Fall of 1978, Delaplane, Virginia,” by Salvatore Scalora

253. Steve Ashby Sweeping Woman.

254. Steve Ashby

Not signed. Cut out and painted wood with tack eyes and acorn attached to base. Great condition. 11.5” h x 7.5” x 4”. Provenance: The Salvatore Scalora Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

Mother And Child.

Not signed. Paint on cut out wood. Great condition. 5.5” x 7” h x 2”. Provenance: The Salvatore Scalora Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

256. Steve Ashby 255. Steve Ashby Crossing Guard.

Not signed. Paint on cut out wood, red plastic cup for light. Great condition. 9” h x 4” x 2”. Provenance: The Salvatore Scalora Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

Shaking Out The Carpet.

Not signed. Paint on cut out wood. Great condition. 7.5” h x 5” x 6”. Provenance: The Salvatore Scalora Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

258. Steve Ashby Fire Place With Oil Lamp.

Not signed. Paint on cut out wood with mixed media. Great condition. 6.5” x 15” h x 3”. Provenance: The Salvatore Scalora Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $35

257. Steve Ashby Polka Dot Black Bird Whirligig.

Not signed. Cut out and painted wood with spool and rusted tin wings on found metal base. Well-weathered, otherwise great condition. 12” x 6” x 6”. Provenance: The Salvatore Scalora Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $35

259. Steve Ashby Stump Pot and Rifle.

Not signed. Mixed media attache to tree limb and stump, carved wood. 9” x 6” x 5”. Provenance: The Salvatore Scalora Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45 Page 87


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Lot 260. Dwight MacINtosh


260. Dwight MacIntosh Giant Erotic Work.

Watercolor and crayon on paper with automatic writing. Excellent condition. Image is 40” w x 26” h. Frame is 55” w x 43” h. Est. $2,000-4,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

260. View with frame.

262. Melvin Way Abstract Math Equation.

Not signed. Marker and ink on cardstock. Excellent condition. Image is 2.75” w x 3.5” h. Frame is 10” w x 11” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $35

261. View with frame. 262. View with frame.

261. Kitaike Yuichi Hayashi, Tomoki.

2005. Colored pencil and ink on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 10.5” w x 10.5” h. Frame is 15” x 15”. Provenance: Phyllis Kind Gallery. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $35

263. Jose Lopez (HAI) The Tractor

2013. Signed, dated and titled on back. Ink on paper. Excellent condition. 12” w x 9” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $35

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264. Madge Gill Two Faces.

264. View with frame.

Not signed. Ink on paper. Excellent condition. Provenance: Jennifer Pinto Safian Gallery. Image is 3.5” w x 5.5” h. Frame is 10” w x 12” h. Est. $400-600. Sip: $35

265. Madge Gill Woman With Fancy Hat.

265. View with frame.

Not signed. Ink on paper. Excellent condition. Provenance: Jennifer Pinto Safian Gallery. Image is 3.5” w x 5.5” h. Frame is 10” w x 12” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $35


266. Casey McGlynn Inside The Animal.

2002. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Very large example. Excellent condition. 96” w x 48” h. Est. $3,000-5,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

267. Casey McGlynn The Thing We All Eventually Figure Out.

1998. Signed, dated and titled. Large example. Excellent example. 48” w x 72”. Est. $3,000-5,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

268. Malcolm McKesson Woman With Flower.

Signed. Ink on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 5.5” w x 8.5” h. Frame is 11” w x 13” h. Provenance: Henry Boxer Gallery. Est. $400-600. Ship: $45

269. Malcolm McKesson My Three Personalities.

Signed and titled. Ink on found paper. Excellent condition. 11” w x 8.5” h. Est. $400-800. Ship: $35

270. Malcolm McKesson Pair Of Works.

Not signed. Ink on paper. Excellent condition. Average size is 12” w x 8”. Est. $300-600. Ship: $45

272. William Hawkins Boxers.

271. John Vivolo Man Sawing Wood Whirligig.

Not signed. Carved and painted wood with mixed media and working whirligig parts. Excellent condition. 36” long x 19” h x 12” w. Est. $500-1,000. Ship: $125

c. 1987. Signed. Pencil on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 11” w x 13” h. Frame is 15” w x 18” h. Exhibited in ‘William Hawkins: The Drawings in Context,’ Springfield OH Museum of Art (2001) and in the accompanying catalog. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

273. Hasan Kaptan Female Figure In Blue.

Signed. Paint on cardstock. Excellent condition. Image is 14” w x 19” h. Frame is 22” w x 27” h. Est. 300-600. Ship: $55

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Lot 274. Howard Finster


Lot 291. Lee Godie


274. Howard Finster A Poem To Elvis, #374.

July, 1977. Signed, dated and numbered on front and back. Tractor enamel on found and discarded masonite with artist-wood-burned frame. Excellent condition. Very early example. 12” w x 9” h. Est. $3,000-4,000. Ship: $45

275. Howard Finster Living Into Another World, #6,803.

1987. Signed, dated, numbered and titled. Oil on wooden cabinet door. Excellent condition. 10” w x 59” h. Est. $3,000-4,000. Ship: $85

276. Howard Finster Scrap Art Faces, #5,520.

Signed, dated and numbered. Signed and dated. Paint, marker and glitter on scrap board. Excellent condition. 19” w x 49” h. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $100

277. Howard Finster Visions of Animals World, #6,300.

1987. Signed, dated, titled and numbered. Enamel on wooden cabinet door. Excellent condition. 15” w x 20” h. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $45

278. Howard Finster Vision Samples Holy Worlds, #4,214.

1985. Signed, dated, titled and numbered. Burned and melted design on plexi-glass attached to found wooden cabinet door with tractor enamel and decorative beads. Excellent condition. 12” w x 21” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $55

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279. Howard Finster Cement Seagull, #4,615.

1985. Signed, dated and numbered. Paint on found cement bird sculpture. Excellent condition. 18” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

280. Howard Finster The Snake People Pitcher, #1,800.

Signed and numbered. Paint on tin pitcher. Excellent condition. 9” h x 5” diameter. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45


281. Howard Finster

282. Howard Finster

Coca-Cola Bottle, #15,674.

1990. Signed, dated & numbered. Paint and marker on cut out board. Excellent condition. 10” w x 34” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $55

283. Howard Finster Coca-Cola Bottle.

Melted T.V. Glass.

1989. #10,831. Signed, dated, titled and numbered. Paint and marker on cut out board. Excellent condition. 10” w x 34” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $55

Not dated. #1,517. Signed, titled and numbered. Paint and glitter on board and melted glass. Excellent condition. 4” x 3” x 7”. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $35

286. Howard Finster Folk Art Camera.

284. Howard Finster A 1000 Thing I Love To Say...

1979. Ink woodcut-print on found paper. Purchased from Howard in 1979 at The Garden. Excellent condition. 4” w x 11.5” h. Est. $100-300. Ship: $35

287. Howard Finster City Of Lopen, #8,154.

1988. Signed, dated, titled and numbered. Paint on masonite. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 19” w x 15” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

285. Howard Finster Wipe Rag Art.

1988. #9,516. Signed, dated, titled, and numbered. Oil and marker on canvas backed to board. Excellent condition. 15” w x 22” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

1996. #38,476. Signed, dated, titled and numbered. Paint on found Kodak instant camera. Great condition. 7” x 4” x 5”. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

288. Howard Finster Coca-Cola Button Sign.

1998. #43,682. Signed, dated and numbered. Paint and glitter on metal Coke sign. Excellent condition. 16” diameter. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

286. View of side B

289. Howard Finster Self-Portrait And Lion.

1990. #14,596 & #16,079. Signed, dated, titled and numbered. Paint and marker with paper label on cut out board. Excellent condition. Tallest is 12” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $45 Page 95


290. Lee Godie Five Female Beauties On Complete Window Shade.

Signed four times and on back. Sketches of women with the words, “For Carl Hammer.” Not dated. Ink and paper on canvas window shade. Excellent condition. Image is 38.5” w x 51” h. Large example. Frame is 47” w x 59” h. Est. $3,000-5,000. Ship: $250

291. Lee Godie Spanish Woman With Red Rose.

Signed. Not dated. Paint and graphite on canvas. Excellent condition. Beautiful example. Size with frame is 22” w x 28” h. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $65

293. Lee Godie Blond With Blue Bird On Head. Signed. Watercolor, marker and ink on poster. Excellent condition. Image is 21” w x 27”. Frame is 27” w x 32” h. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $85

292. View of title on verso

292. Lee Godie Lady In Waiting.

c. 1970. Signed and titled on verso. Watercolor, pen and varnish on canvas. Excellent condition. Image is 18” w x 18” h. Frame is 25” w x 25” h. Provenance: Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago, IL. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $65

295. Lee Godie 294. Lee Godie Two Women’s Portraits. Page 96

Not signed or dated. Paint on canvas, stitched together. Excellent condition. Image is 35.5” w x 18” h. Frame is 43” w x 25” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $125

Brunette With Curls.

Signed. Not dated. Ink and colored pencil on paper. Some spots on paper and a crease in paper at center right, otherwise great condition. Image is 18” w x 19” h. Frame is 25” w x 27” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65


296. Helen LaFrance Political Rally.

Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 38” w x 26” h. Est. $1,500-3,000. Ship: $85

297. Helen LaFrance Pete’s Bar-B-Q and Fish.

1997. Signed, dated and titled. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 38” w x 26” h. Est. $1,500-2,500. Ship: $85

299. Janet Munro 298. Charles Munro The Cider Mill.

1985. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 27” w x 18” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $65

300. Kathy Jakobsen Fox Hunt.

1976. Signed and dated. Watercolor on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 29” w x 23” h. Provenance: Jay Johnson Gallery. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $75

The Christmas Tree.

1980. Signed, dated and titled on back. Oil on board. Minor paint loss, otherwise great condition. Image is 23” w x 11.5” h. Frame is 27” w x 16” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $55

301. Linda Anderson The Birth Of Jesus.

1990. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Image is 30” w x 25” h. Frame is 33” w x 28” h. Excellent condition. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $75 Page 97


302. David Butler Animal Totem.

c. 1983. Cut out and painted tin nailed to wooden post. 58” h x 17” w x 2” d. Excellent condition. Provenance: 1983 David Butler to Warren and Sylvia Lowe in 1984, to Charles Abney in 1998. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $125

304. David Butler Open Mouth Big Horn Ram Creature. Initialed. Paint on cut out tin. Some environmental weathering, otherwise great condition. 32” long x 18” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $45

303. David Butler Fantasy Man Riding Creature.

Paint on cut out tin attached to pole. 303. Verso Lots of environmental weathering, otherwise great condition. Image is 25” w x 28” h. Pole is 69” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $100

306. George Williams Blue Couple.

305. J.P. Scott Miss Lafitte.

1992. Signed, dated and titled. Mixed media construction of a Louisiana Shrimp Boat. Overall great condition. 55” x 29” x 11”. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

308. Chief Wiley Introducing Daughter Bears.

1977. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas panel. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 24” w x 20” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55 Page 98

c. 1980. Signed. Not dated. Carved and painted wood. Tallest is 24” h x 6” w. Excellent condition. Provenance: c. 1980 George Williams to Charles Locke in 1992 to Charles Abney, Atlanta, GA in 1992. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65

309. Chief Wiley White Horses, Ducks, Doves and Owls. 1974. Signed and dated. Paint on masonite. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 26” w x 22” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

307. Bruce Brice Umbilical Cord.

1977. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Image is 20” w x 16” h. Frame is 26” w x 23” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $55

310. Chief Wiley Small Orange House & Horse.

1975. Signed and dated. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. Very small example. Size with frame is 8” w x 6” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $35


313. Ken Grimes (b. 1947) 312. Anne Grgich 311. Freddie Brice Blue Helicopter.

Initialed. Paint on canvas. Excellent condition. 50” w x 42” h. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $300

Apexial.

Signed, dated and titled on verso. Mixed media collage on gesso and canvas. Excellent condition. Large example. Image is 24” x 24”. Frame is 32” x 32”. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship $85

1979. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Image is 32” w x 24” h. Frame is 41” w x 33” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $150

317. Donald Mitchell Figures On Bottom.

1998. Signed and dated on back. Marker on card stock. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 21” w x 17” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

1991. Very early work. Signed and dated. Acrylic on canvas. Excellent condition. 24” w x 18” h. Provenance: Ricco-Maresca Gallery, The John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

316. Albert Loudon

314. Gattardo El Espectro.

Jodrell Bank Cheshire.

Couple.

315. Albert Loudon Large Full Figure.

Not signed. Pastel on paper. Excellent condition. Very large example. Image is 24” w x 32” h. Frame is 34” w x 42” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $200

318. Donald Mitchell Many Figures.

1998. Signed and dated on back. Marker on card stock. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 21” w x 17” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

Not signed. Pastel on paper. Image is in excellent condition. Matt needs to be replaced. Size with frame is 22” w x 17” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

319. Donald Mitchell 12 Figures In Forest.

1998. Signed and dated on back. Marker on card stock. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 21” w x 17” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45 Page 99


RARE FIND!

321. Aaron Birnbaum

320. John Roeder The Hermit.

Indian Scene.

1950. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas panel. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 25” w x 19” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

Signed. Paint and varnish on particle board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 27” w x 23” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

323. Bruno Del Favero (1910-1995) Peninsula And The Waterfall.

322. Rev. McKendree Long Women By The NC Lake In Autumn.

1958. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas panel. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 32” w x 24” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

324. Harry Lieberman Thou Shalt Not Swear. Page 100

Signed and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 32” w x 26” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $65

Signed on back. Oil on board. Excellent condition. 48” w x 24” h. Del Favero’s work are in the collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Est. 1,000-2,000. Ship: $100

325. Emily Lunde Annual Potato Bowl Festival.

Signed and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 29” w x 24” h. Provenance: Jay Johnson Gallery. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $65


326. Eddie Arning Seagrams V.O. Advertisement.

c. 1960. Cray-pas on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 326. View with frame. 25.5” w x 19.5” h. Frame is 33” w x 27” h. Provenance: Hill Gallery. Purchased in 1985. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $85

327. Eddie Arning

328. Eddie Arning

Man On Purple Horse.

Eight People Two Umbrellas.

Not signed. Cray-pas on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 32” w x 22” h. Frame is 39” w x 29” h. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $85

327. View with frame.

c. 1968. Crayon and pencil on paper. Image is 32” w x 22” h. Frame is 40” w x 30” h. 328. View with frame. 8Provenance: 1975 Dr. Alexander Sackton purchased from Eddie Arning. Ricco Maresca Gallery purchased in 1992. In 1993 Charles Abney purchased at the 1993 Outsider Art Fair in NY for $4,500. Est. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $85

330. Eddie Arning Couple with Zebra.

Not signed. Cray-pas on poster. Excellent condition. Image is 26” w x 21” h. Frame is 32” w x 26” h. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $85

331. Eddie Arning

Farm Wagon On Blue.

329. Eddie Arning

329. View with frame.

c. 1968. Early work. Not signed. Crayon and pencil on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 30” w x 17” h. Frame is 39” w x 26” h. Provenance: Giampietro Gallery. Est. $2,000-4,000. Ship: $85

332. Jack Savitsky Adam & Eve.

C. 1960-70’s. Signed. Not dated. Oil on board. Excellent condition. Image is 10” w x 8” h. Frame is 14” w x 12” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

Rural House With Well & Tree. 330. View with frame.

#472. Crayons and cray-pas on poster. 331. View with frame. Excellent condition. Provenance: ex. Mendelsohn Collection. Image is 24” w 19” h. Frame is 33” w x 28” h. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $85

333. Jack Savitsky Afternoon Ride.

1974. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas panel. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 26” w x 22” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65

334. Jack Savitsky #97 Ready Railroad.

1975. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on board. Excellent condition. Image is 36” w x 10” h. Frame is 42” w x 16” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $85 Page 101


Lot 335. Tim Lewis


Lot 352. Gerald Hawkes


335. Tim Lewis The Whittler.

c. 1982. Signed and dated. Large limestone carving. Excellent condition. Image of a carver whitling. 21” h x 15” x 9”. Provenance: John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Widely exhibited including James Madison University. Est. $1,0003,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

336. S.L. Jones Family.

1992. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. 11” x 12” x 3.5”. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

337. Anonymous Carved Stone Owl.

Not signed or dated. Carved limestone. Great condition. 9” x 16” x 10”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $85

340. Anonymous

338. Edgar Tolson

339. Earnest Patton (1935-2000)

Owl.

1967. Signed and dated. Early example. Carved natural wood with colored eyes. Excellent condition. 8.5” h x 3” x 3”. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

Jesus On The Cross.

1977 & 78. Signed and dated Natural wood. Great condition. 13” x 18” h x 9.5”. Provenance: John and Teenuh Foster Collection. James Madison University. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65

Carved Stone Owl.

c. early 1900’s. Not signed. Carved stone with lots of great patina. Excellent condition. 9.5” x 5” x 4”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

342. Linville Barker Mule.

341. Linville Barker Wrinkled Neck Pig.

1990. Signed and dated. Carved natural wood. Minor damage and small repairs to tip of front feet, otherwise excellent condition. 18” long x 10” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $85 Page 104

1991. Signed and dated. Carved natural wood. Repair to tail, otherwise excellent condition. 11” x 14” long x 2.5”. Provenance: The Edward and Barbara-rose Okun Collection. Est. $600-900. Ship: $100

343. Unknown Kentucky Carver Pair of Lumberjacks.

Carved natural wood. Excellent condition. Average size is 19” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85


346. Minnie & Garland Adkins

344. Minnie & Greg Adkins Momma Possum and Babies. 2001. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood. Repair to leg, snout and two feet, otherwise good to fair condition. 42” x 10” x 5”. Est. $300-600. Ship: $85

Red Fox.

1989. Signed and dated. Early example. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. 32” w x 14” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $85

345. Minnie & Garland Adkins Tiger.

1991. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. 42” w x 11” x 4”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $85

347. Minnie & Garland Adkins Natural Wooden Horse.

1990. Signed and dated. Carved natural wood horse. Excellent condition. 30” w x 16” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $125

350. Carl McKenzie Daniel Boone.

1984. Signed and dated. Early example. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. 20” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $55

349. Minnie & Garland Adkins

348. Minnie & Garland Adkins

Adam & Eve With Minnie & Garland Self Portraits.

1991. Signed and dated. Paint on wooden night stand. Great condition. 16” x 28” h x 12”. Est. $200-400. Ship: $100

Tree Rooster.

1988. Signed and dated. Early example. Carved and painted wooden limb. Excellent condition. 16” w x 39” h. Est. $300-600. Ship: $125

351. Carl McKenzie Statue Of Liberty.

1988. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. 21” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $45

352. Gerald Hawkes Roots.

1983. Not signed. Matchsticks and epoxy backed to board. Minor loss, otherwise excellent condition. 43” h x 42” long x 6” d. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Featured in WORLD 1994, pg. 15. Exhibited Beach Institute African American Center, Savannah, GA, “Art from a Culture of Making Do,” 1996. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $200 Page 105


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Lot 354. Charlie Kinney

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All Masterpiece Charlie Kinney Works!

353. Charlie Kinney Signed. Not dated. Paint and watercolor on poster. Image is 28” w x 22” h. Frame is 35” w x 29” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $85

Rustr. Fite (sic).

Night Time Spotted Big Cat.

353. View with frame.

356. Charlie Kinney

Signed. Not dated. Paint on poster. Excellent condition. Image is 28” w x 22” h. Frame is 35” w x 29” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $85

354. View with frame.

Signed and titled. Paint and watercolor on poster. Excellent condition. Image is 28” w x 22” h. Frame is 38” w x 31” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $100

355. View with frame.

358. Okey Canfield

357. Noah Kinney

Haint.

Signed. Paint and pencil on poster. Original tack hole, otherwise excellent condition. Image is 28” w x 22” h. Frame is 35” w x 29” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

355. Charlie Kinney

354. Charlie Kinney

Blood Thirsty Bear.

Gull.

House Cat.

Signed. Not dated. Carved and painted wood with fiber. Excellent condition. 11” x 14” x 7”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65

Signed. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. 24” long x 10” x 7”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65

356. View with frame.

360. Popeye Reed Stone Head Of A Bear.

359. Popeye Reed (1919-1985) Indian Chief Bust.

Signed, “E. Reed.” Carved stone. Some weathering, otherwise excellent condition. 13” x 14”. Page 108Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

c. 1978. Signed. Not dated. Carved limestone. Excellent condition. 6” x 8” x 4.5”. Display stand included. Provenance: John and Teenuh Foster Collection. ex. Hemphill Collection. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65

361. Popeye Reed Small Limestone Owl. Signed. Limestone. Excellent condition. 6.5” h x 3.5” x 3.5”. Est. $300-600. Ship: $45


364. Jimmy Lee Sudduth 362. Jimmy Lee Sudduth Indian Chief.

Signed. Paint, mud and chalk on large board. Excellent condition. 29” w x 48” h. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $150

363. Jimmy Lee Sudduth Woman With Two Guitars.

Signed. Mud and paint on large wooden board. Excellent condition. 48” w x 60” h. Provenance: ex. Lynne Ingram Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

Horse And Lady Rider.

Signed. Paint and mud on large board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 52” x 52”. Est. $1,000-3,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

366. Jimmy Lee Sudduth Indian Pow Wow.

Signed. Paint and mud on board. Excellent condition. Rare image. 49” w x 25” h. Est. $1,000-3,000. Ship: $100

365. Jimmy Lee Sudduth New York Skyline.

Signed. Paint and mud on board. Excellent condition. 48” w x 36” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $125

367. Jimmy Lee Sudduth New York City Buildings.

Signed. Paint, mud and glitter on board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 51” x 39” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

369. Jimmy Lee Sudduth Spotted Gator.

Signed. Heavy mud and paint on board. Excellent condition. 48” w x 24” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $100

368. Jimmy Lee Sudduth Jimmy Hendrix.

Signed. Not dated. Paint and mud on board. Minor scrape on upper body, otherwise great condition. 27” w x 51” h with frame. Est. $400-800. Ship: $100

370. Jimmy Lee Sudduth State Capital.

Signed. Mud and paint on board. Excellent condition. 36” w x 25” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

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372. Lorenzo Scott

373. Lorenzo Scott

Giving Flowers To Mom.

Early example. Oil on canvas with artist-made gold bondo frame. Excellent condition. 40” w x 28” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $125

371. Lorenzo Scott Praying In Their Sunday Whites.

Signed. Oil on canvas with artist-made gold bondo frame. Excellent condition. 52” w x 29” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Est. $200

374. Amos Ferguson Jesus Entering Jerusalem On Palm Sunday. Signed. Not dated. Oil on found masonite. Original nail holes, otherwise excellent condition. Size with frame is 20” w x 24” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

377. John Cornbread Anderson Fox Attacking Guinea Hens.

Signed. Not dated. Paint on board. Excellent condition. 48” w x 48”. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $200 Page 110

375. Amos Ferguson Woman With Baby.

1986. Signed and dated. Oil on cardstock. Excellent condition. Image is 10” w x 14” h. Frame is 15” w x 19” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $45

378. Mr. Hooper The Temptation.

2002. Signed and dated. Paint on board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 49” x 49”. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $300

Girl With Red Polka Dot Dress.

Signed. Oil on canvas with artist made frame. Excellent condition. 30” w x 36” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $100

376. Amos Ferguson Woman In Pink & Green Chair.

1986. Signed and dated. Oil on cardstock. Excellent condition. Image is 10” w x 14” h. Frame is 15” w x 19” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $45

379. DMB Blue Jays And Black Cat.

1987-88. Initialed and dated. Paint and mixed media on board. Excellent condition. 55” w x 44” h. Est. $600-900. Buyer is responsible for shipping.


380. William Dawson Boat.

1978. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood with mixed media. Excellent condition. 13” long x 10.5” x 3.25”. Provenance: Feigenson Gallery Show courtesy of Phyllis Kind Gallery. This Boat was the cover piece for the exhibit invitation. Lot includes invitation. Proceeds from this sale benefit intown Detroit Student Scholarship. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

381. William Dawson Owl. 380. Invitation to Feigenson Gallery Show.

1981. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood with jeweled eyes. Excellent condition. 13” h x 5” w. Proceeds from this sale benefit intown Detroit Student Scholarship. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

382. William Dawson Woman In Green Night Gown.

1989. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. 24” h x 6” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

385. William Dawson 383. William Dawson Black and White Horses.

1990. Signed and dated. Paint on foam board. Excellent condition. 14” w x 17” h. Est. $400-800. Ship $35

384. William Dawson Red Face Bird.

1985. Signed and dated. Watercolor and paint on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 16” w x 21” h. Est. $300-600. Ship: $45

387. William Dawson 386. William Dawson Driving In A Car.

Signed. Not dated. Carved and painted wood with mixed media. Excellent condition. 11” x 9” x 6”. Est. $400-600. Ship: $45

Bear.

1984. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood with wig hair. Excellent condition. 7” x 3” x 3”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $35

Sitting In The Cart.

Signed. Not dated. Carved and painted wood with mixed media. Excellent condition. 11” x 9” x 6”. Est. $400-600. Ship: $45

388. William Dawson Cattle On The Range.

1982. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood-relief plaque. Excellent condition. 12” x 7”. Provenance: The Salvatore Scalora Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

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390. Charlie Lucas Mother Of The Sun.

Signed and titled. Paint on board with artist-made garden hose frame. Excellent condition. 70” w x 16” h. Very large example. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $150

391. Charlie Lucas Grandmother With Grandchildren.

2000. Initialed. Cut and torched found metal sculpture. Excellent condition. 47” w x 11” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

389. Charlie Lucas Inside The Art.

2001. Signed, titled and dated. Mixed media assemblage on board. Excellent condition. 24” w x 84” h. A Lucas Masterpiece! Est. $2,000-3,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

392. Leroy Almon Devil Wrestling With Angel.

1987. Signed, dated and titled. Carved and painted wood-relief plaque. Excellent condition. Image is 11” w x 24” h. Frame is 17” w x 30” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

395. Leroy Almon

393. Leroy Almon Angels In The Clouds.

1987. Signed and dated. Cut-out and carved wood painted and backed to cardboard with artist-made wood frame. Excellent condition. 13” w x 27” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $45

Self-Portrait Folk Artist.

1991. Signed, dated and titled. Carved and painted wood-relief plaque. Excellent condition. 11” w x 24” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

397. Leroy Almon

KKK Working On Warren Cokley, 1983.

396. Leroy Almon

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1987. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood-relief plaque. Excellent condition. 11” w x 19” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

1984. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood-relief plaque. Excellent condition. 18” w x 13” h including frame. Est. $600-900. Ship: $45

394. Leroy Almon

Whipping.

Welcome Sign.

Signed. Paint and glitter on cut out found and re-purposed board sign. Environmental weathering, otherwise good condition. 44” w x 28” h. Est. $400-800. Ship: $100


399 Linda Mitchell Couple Red.

398. Carol Salas Noah’s Ark.

Not dated. Signed lower right. Oil on canvas. 48” w x 38” h. Excellent condition. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

2017. Signed, dated and titled. Paint on board. Excellent condition. This is a Salas Masterpiece and her largest work to date. 54” w x 45.5” with frame. Est. $1,000-3,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

401. B.F. Perkins Cherokee Love Birds On Yellow.

1990. Initialed and dated. Oil on canvas. 32” w x 34” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $85

402. B.F. Perkins The History Of Ancient Calendar.

Initialed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 36” w x 31” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

400. Linda Mitchell Things That Last.

Not dated. Signed lower right. Oil on canvas. 36” w x 39” h. Excellent condition. Unframed. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

403. B.F. Perkins Church Of B.F. Perkins.

Signed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 22” w x 34” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65

406. B.F. Perkins Home Of the Brave Flag.

404. B.F. Perkins Statue of Liberty.

1991. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 24” w x 30” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

405. B.F. Perkins The Autobiography of B.F. Perkins Life. Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 22” w x 28” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

1992. Signed and dated. Paint on canvas panel. Excellent condition. 20” w x 16” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35 Page 113


Lot 413. Seminole Indian Carved Coral Busts.


Lot 416. Farm Boy Tied Up By His Cow..

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Lot 418. Early Duck Hunting Camp

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Lot 424. John Sowell

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407. Anonymous Well-Dressed Man With Fedora & Cane Carving.

c. 1940’s. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. 23” h x 8.5” x 5.5”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65

410. Anonymous Stripper Girl.

c. 1930’s. New York. Carved wood with black stain and glittered mask, bra and panties. Excellent condition. 12” h x 4” w. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35

408. Capt. Pat Squirrel On Acorn.

1992. Signed and dated. Carved and varnish tree stump with brass tack eyes. Natural wood splits, otherwise great condition. 30” h x 8” diameter. Est. $500-800. Ship: $85

411. Michael Rothloff & Anonymous Pair of Bathing Beauties.

c. 1920’s. One is signed and dated. Both are carved and painted wood. Some minor wear and one has natural wood split in foot, otherwise great condition. Tallest is 10” h. Michael Rothloff (1855-1930) Athens, PA. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

409. Early Counter Top Trade Sign Wise Owl Shoes.

Not signed. Well carved wood with glass eyes. Wood-relief carved letters. Some chips on eye brow and letters, otherwise great condition. 17.5” h x 8.5” x 5”. Est. $800-1,200. Est. $65

412. Anonymous Seated Nude.

c. 1940’s. Carved and stained wood. Excellent condition. 11” x 6” x 4”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35

Rare Find!

413. Seminole Indian Carver Pair of Carved & Painted Coral Busts. Not signed or dated. Rare examples. Some loss and minor chips to coral, overall good to great condition. Average size is 11” x 9”. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85 Page 120

414. Unknown Eight Squares.

Not signed. Paint on board. Wear and fading, otherwise good condition. 36” w x 21” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65

415. Anonymous Four Woodpeckers On Base.

Carved wooden primitive birds with early paint. Great condition. Each bird is 12” h. Size on base is 23” h x 6”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $75


417. Ted Ludwiczak (1926-2016)

Stone Head.

Initialed. Carved stone. Excellent condition. 11” h x 8” w. Provenance: John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Ted Ludwickzak

began carving stone heads in 1988 after retiring from grinding contact lenses. He is known for his stone heads environment and has been featured in numerous publications. His sculpture is included in the collection of the American Visionary Museum, American Folk Art Museum and Intuit in Chicago.

416. Anonymous Farm Boy Tied Up By His Cow.

c. 1890-1900. Not signed. Oil on canvas panel. Heavy crazying and scratch in middle left, otherwise good condition. Image is 14” w x 11” h. Original frame is 17” w x 15” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

Est. $500-800. Ship: $125

420. Charles W. Uncle Howe 419. Old Ironsides Pry

Favorite Feminine Flowers.

The Great American Circus.

Signed and titled. Paint on cardboard. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 40” w x 28” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

1955. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 29” w x 23” h. Provenance: ex. Herbert Hemphill Collection. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

418. Anonymous Early Duck Hunting Camp.

c. 1890. Oil on canvas. Heavy crazing, otherwise great condition. Notice African American man in window. 24” w x 20” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $45

421. Regina Gilbert Self-Portrait With Blue Bird.

Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas panel. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 22” w x 18” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $45

422. Harriet Wiseman Topless Woman.

Signed. Paint on 1821 french book cover. Great condition. 4” w x 7.5” h. Frame is 18” w x 20” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

423. Johnny Swearingen View Inside Home.

Initialed. Not dated. Oil on canvas board. Great condition. 24” w x 18” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45 422. View with frame.

John A, Sowell (1864-1951) was born in Grass Valley, California. Early in his life he became interested in making small gadgets and studying the laws of nature. During WWI he worked in a machine shop. In his free time he refined plans, created patents and models. While not formally educated in science or art, Sowell produced a series of models and diagrams that depict his extraordinary vision of aeronautical and scientific theories and inventions. Sowell was a scientific visionary, not a scientist. His imagination more than practical scientific knowledge fueled his inventions. His work has been featured in two shows, including Visions From The Left Coast California Self-Taught Artists.

RARE EXAMPLE 424. John A. Sowell Bi-Plane.

Not signed. Aluminum and string construction. A little wear, otherwise good condition. 8” long x 8” w x 3” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $35 Page 121


Lot 438. Mary M. Alcorn

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Lot 444. Red Painted Bull Windmill Weight

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427. Anonymous African American

426. Stick Daddy or Howard Miller Alligator Walking Stick.

Frog Motif Walking Stick.

c. prior to 1861. 33” h. Some bark loss, otherwise great condition.

425. Detail

425. Anonymous African American Alligator Handle Walking Cane.

c. 1920’s Two kinds of carved wood. Excellent condition. 35” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Featured in WORLD, 1994. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Exhibited: The Afro-American Tradition in Decorative Arts at The Cleveland Museum, 1978, Milwaukee Art Center 1978, Museum of Fine Arts Boston 1979, Birmingham Museum of Art 1979, St. Louis Museum of Fine Arts 1979, Henry Gallery University of Washington Seattle 1979, Smithsonian Museum of History and Technology 1979. Family tradition of Baker Family: The cane was left in a tavern 426. Detail near Ryan’s Mart by a leading citizens of Charleston, SC, sometime prior to the Civil War. It was presented to Thomas Baker, Jr. at an ancestral picnic as an honorary award sometime between 1916 and 1937. Dr. Robert Thompson examined this carving and was convinced it was probably made by “Stick Daddy” or his son. Stick Daddy was a Black cane maker near Savannah. Thompson says technique of carving eyes in rays is typical of his work. The cane has since been indentified by Dr. John Vlach as having been the work of Howard Miller. Stick Daddy always removed the entire bark from his canes where as this cane and Howard Miller left the bark on (The Afro-American Tradition in Decorative Arts by John Michael Vlach, pg. 32, 33).

c. 1930’s. Carved and stained wood. South Carolina origin. Great condition. This stick may have been used as a sorcerer’s stick. 30” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Exhibited in the McKissick Museum University, SC. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45 427. Detail

Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

430. John Hall (Savannah, GA)

Grandfather Warrior.

429. Vernon Edwards (Pooler, GA) Carved Snake. 428. Detail

428. Anonymous Man Climbing To Escape From Snake Cane.

Carved and stained wooden cane. Early and minor loss to man’s nose, otherwise excellent condition. 24” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

431. Vernon Edwards (Pooler, GA) Rattlesnake Walking Stick.

c. 1970’s. Signed. Carved and painted wood. Great condition. 40” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. H. Paul Blatner, Savannah, GA. Exhibited McKissick Museum University of South Carolina. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65

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c. 1970’s. Carved and stained wood. 46” long. Excellent condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. H. Paul Blatner, Savannah, GA. Exhibited Telfair Museum of Art, Owens Thomas Slave Quarters, Savannah, GA. Reframing a Perceptual Paradigm: A Jerome Meadows Installation, Telfair Academy, 2009. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65

432. Edward Nagrodzki Jeweled Cane.

c. 1960’s. Not signed. Cane covered with rhinestones, sequins and cystal glass handle. Some minor loss, otherwise great condition. 37” h. Nagrodzki was an active, costumed protestor in the 1960’s. The handmade, jeweled cane was part of his regalia. His favorite issue to protest was taxes and the draft. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

1988. Signed and dated. Carved and stained wood. Excellent condition. 46” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Exhibited King Tisdell Cottage Black History Museum, Savannah, GA, Telfair Museum of Art, Masters of the Walking Stick, Savannah, GA. Note: Hall’s ideas for sticks are often derived from the shape of the wood and his images include snakes, eagles, dogs, human figures and totem poles. He often carves canes which may be “read: as stories. He began carving in his teens as amusement. His carer was encouraged by historian W.W. Law and carver, Arthur Dilbert. Est. 800-1,200. Ship: $65

433. Unknown Carvers Cane With Face and Lady With Red Boot Cane.

c. 1960’s. Not signed. Carved and painted and stained wood. Both are in great condition. Tallest is 36” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $65

434. Anonymous African American Matchstick Walking Canes. c. 1960’s. Intricate matchstick assembled design over aluminum and wood canes. Great condition. Tallest is 34” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-300. Ship: $55


435. Anonymous African American Barber Poll Trade Sign.

c. 1950. Not signed. Highly colorful paint on board sign was originally set in the ground outside Barber Shop in Tennessee. Environmental wear, otherwise good condition. 72” h x 9.5” w. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $150

437. W.E.H. Southern Gentleman & Seminole Chief.

Initialed on front with paper and ink note attached to back which reads, “Old carving by a Slave of his remembrance From an estate of a Mississippi Delta Plantation 1854.” Carved wood-relief plaque. Excellent condition. 15.5” w x 8.5” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

436. Anonymous Religious Environment Cross and Diamond Wooden Panels.

c. 1940’s-50’s. A series of five old painted wooden pine panels, each is decorated with applied red diamonds and white crosses. Found in Kentucky or Southern Indiana. They were part of a personal folk / religious environment. Each is 64” h x 9.25” w x 5” d. Overall good condition. Est. $300-600. Ship: $200

438. Mary M. Alcorn Mississippi Red.

1959. Signed, dated and titled on verso. Painted at East Mississippi State Hospital, Meridian, MS. Oil on canvas panel. Minor wear, otherwise excellent condition. Size with frame is 19” w x 15” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

439. W.R. Pritchett Putting Watermelon In The Truck.

440. Anonymous

c. mid 1900’s. Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas panel. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 24” w x 20” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

442. Anonymous

The Cake Walk.

c. 1890’s.-1920’s. Not signed. Possible carnival or sideshow banner. Paint on canvas. Odd keystone shape. Minor rub, otherwise excellent condition. Size with frame is 37” w x 39” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $100

Verse From Biblical Book of Luke.

441. Unknown Pair of Modern Sculptured Black Bust Bookends.

c. 1940-50’s. Not signed. Carved and painted wood with brass furniture tack eyes. Excellent condition. Each is 8” x 5”. Est. $300-500. Ship $45

c. 1955. Paint on wood. Hand-painted verse. Excellent condition. 12” w x 35” h. Provenance: John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Exhibited at James Madison University. found some 25 years ago in St. Louis, this text heavy sign conveys a deeply spiritual attachment to the Bible and intention to bring people to God. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

443. C.C. Eckert God Bless America Sign.

c. 1940’s. Not signed or dated. Carved and painted wood letters attached to board. Excellent condition. 26” w x 11” h. Rare piece. Missouri sign maker. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

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444. Anonymous Red Painted Bull Windmill Weight. Cut out thick metal and original paint. Excellent condition. Size on wooden base is 24” w x 18” h. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $100

445. Anonymous White Painted Horse Windmill Weight. Molded & painted metal. Excellent condition. Size with wooden base. 17” x 17”. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $65

446. Anonymous Bird Shooting Target.

Paint on heavy metal cut out. Some wear, otherwise great condition. 23” w x 20” h. Est. $300-600. Ship: $65

448. Anonymous 447. Anonymous Group of 20 Old Industrial Hat Molds.

c. early to mid 20th century. Not signed. Carved and shaped rubber and wooden molds with mixed media. All have great patina and are in great condition. Average size is 8” x 6” x 8”. Provenance: John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $100

17 Boot Jacks.

c. 19th and early 20th century. All carved and stained or natural wood with early screws. Average size is 19” h. Provenance: John and Teenuh Foster 448. Exhibit at James Madison University Collection. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $85

449. Anonymous 8 Antique Fish and Frog Gigs & Spears. All are hand-forged wrought iron. Great condition with original patina and wear. Tallest is 16” h. Est. $600-800. Ship: $45

452. Plowshare of a Post-War Germany German Helmet Concrete Ladle.

450. Factory Molds Seven Balloon Molds.

c. 1940. Cast metal. Tallest is 10” h. Excellent condition. Robert Reeves American Art, 1998 to Charles Abney, Atlanta, GA. Est. $200-400. Ship: $35 Page 126

451. W.H. Group of 22 Carved Men.

c. 1980-2000. Initialed and dated. Carved and painted wood. Some minor repairs, otherwise great condition. Average size is 6” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

c. 1945. German war helmet, wood handle, improvised concret ladle reproposed from Nazi helmet after WWII during the reconstruction. 34 long x 9” w. Provenance: John and Teenah Foster Collection. ex. Joshua Lowenfels Collection. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $500-800. Ship $65


454. Luna Doe And Fawns.

453. Arthur E. Minman Yellowstone Park Bears...

1951. Not able to see signature. Watercolor on paper. Excellent condition. Needs new matting. Image is 18” w x 28” h. Frame is 26” w x 38” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

c. 1930’s-40’s. Signed. Not dated. Heavy oil and varnish on canvas panel. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 18” w x 14” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

456. Anonymous Harper’s Ferry.

c. late 1800’s. Not signed. Oil on canvas. Canvas has been re-lined and repaired, otherwise good condition. 32” w x 19” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65

459. R.A. Voeleker Gathering In Courtyard.

Signed. Watercolor on paper. Excellent condition. Frame is 22” w x 20” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

457. Clarence J. Swinyer Hunting Deer Scene.

c. 1950. Not able to see signature. Paint on paper. Original tack hole from artist hanging, otherwise excellent condition. Size with frame is 22” w x 16” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

455. Marjorie Shalrie News Broadcast.

1944. Signed and dated. Oil on masonite. Great condition. Size with frame is 21” w x 16” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

458. M. Enos, Sr. Along Woodbury Creek.

1950. Signed, dated and titled on tag. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 32” w x 23” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $75

460. R.A. Voeleker

461. Haywood

Pick Up Football Game.

Family Portrait.

Signed. Not dated. Watercolor on cardstock. Excellent condition. 20” w x 14” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

2007. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 20” w x 24” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $55

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463. Jesse Aaron Untitled Dog.

462. Archie Byron Large Country Scene.

1992. Signed, dated and titled. Sawdust and paint mixture on board. Some loss and chips, otherwise very good condition. 36” w x 30” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

c. 1970’s. Not signed. Sculpted cypress knee with plastic eyes. 11” h x 20” w x 9” d. Provenance: Ty Tyson, Tyron Trading Co. Micanopy, FL purchased from Jesse Aaron in 1990, then to Modern Primitive Gallery , Atlanta, GA in 1992, to Charles Abney, Atlanta in 1992. Est. $600-900. Ship: $65

464. Raymond Coins Fantasy Creature.

c. 1970. Not signed. Tree root sculpture. 11” h x 32” long x 18” d. Provenance: 1970 Raymond Coins; by 1975 from artist by Robert Hodgins, by 1995 American Primitive Gallery, New York City; 1995 Charles Abney, Atlanta, GA, purchased at Folk Fest 1995. Est. $400-800. Ship: $100

466. Ab The Flagman Small Flag.

465. Ab The Flagman Flag With Rare Skull.

Signed. Assembled and painted wood scraps. Loss to one star, otherwise excellent condition. 20” w x 3” x 13”. Est. $300-600. Ship: $55

Signed. Assembled and painted wood scraps. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 14” x 11”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

467. Ab The Flagman Black Stallion.

Not signed. Assembled found wood, paint and industrial parts. Great condition. 25” x 7” x 30” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $125

468. Bruno Sowa The Beheading of Satan.

1991. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood. This is one of Sowa’s Masterpieces! Excellent condition. 27” h x 22” x 16”. Est. $800-1,200. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

470. Henry Bridgewater Tina Turner Is A Superstar.

469. Henry Bridgewater Barbara Mandrell Is A Superstar Lamp. Carved and painted wood lamp with mixed media. Excellent condition. 35” h x 18” x 9”. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $150

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Not signed. Titled. This is one of two made without a lamp attached. Very rare. Carved and painted wood with mixed media. Breaks and repairs to figure’s ankles, otherwise great condition. 38” h x 7” x 11”. Est. $600-900. Ship: $125


471. Mary T. Smith No, No.

c. 1986. Not signed or dated. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 27” w x 21” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $65

474. Willie Massey Two Birds.

c. 1987. Not signed. Pencil and paint on cardboard with button eyes. Image is 14” w x 10” h. Frame is 24” w x 20” h. Provenance: c. 1987 Willie Massey, 2005 Slotin Auction Atlanta, GA, to Charles Abney, Atlanta, GA. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

477. Hawkins Bolden Happy Face With Long Tongue.

Not signed. Punched porcelain pink pot with foam and fabric. Excellent condition. Size with base is 23” h x 8.5”. Est. $400-600. Ship: $45

472. Mary T. Smith Mr. BO.

1980. Signed, dated and titled. Paint on found board. Bowing and some loss to top wood veneer layer, otherwise fair condition. 28” w x 22” h. Est. $300-400. Ship: $45

473. J.B. Murry Untitled Abstract.

c. mid 1980’s. Marker and ink on paper. Great condition. Image is 14” w x 17” h. Frame is 19” w x 23” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $45

475. Willie Massey

476. Willie Massey

Mule, Tree, Vulture.

Mule With Harness.

c. 1987. Signed. Canvas with buttons and mixed media. 20” w x 19” h. Provenance: c. 1987 Willie Massey, 2013 Slotin Auction, to Charles Abney, Atlanta, GA. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

c. 1987. Pencil and paint and button on cardboard grape carton divider. Image is 17” w x 11” h. Frame is 27” w x 21” h. Provenance: c. 1987 Willie Massey, 1994 Howard Smith Auction, TN, to Charles Locke, Atlanta, GA to Charles Abney, Atlanta, GA. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65

478. Hawkins Bolden Scarecrow Pot.

Pot with attached hose. Illustrated on page 151-160 of Souls Grown Deep Vol. 2 in original environment. 11” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35

479. Prophet William Blackmon (1921-2010) They Don’t Know Science.

c. 1980’s. Early piece. Signed and titled. House paint on found board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 33” w x 15” h. Provenance: John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65 Page 129


481. Malcah Zeldis Young Abe Lincoln. 1993. Signed and dated. Paint on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 17” w x 41” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $85

Abraham Lincoln.

480. Malcah Zeldis Women Embracing During WWII German Occupation. 2001. Signed and dated. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. Image is 16” w x 12” h. Frame is 20” w x 15” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

483. Ted Gordon Man With Moustache.

1979. Signed and dated. Ink and marker on cardstock. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 17” w x 20” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $45

484. Ted Gordon Red Face Man.

Signed and dated. Ink and marker on cardstock. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 12” w x 10” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $35

486. Louis Monza

487. Louis Monza

A Maneuver Displayed Before Pearl Harbor.

La Salle’s Studio.

1942. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Minor crazing, otherwise great condition. Provenance: Luise Ross Gallery. Size with frame is 17” w x 21” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45 Page 130

482. Malcah Zeldis

1944. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Paint rub on middle right, otherwise good condition. 29” w x 23” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65

1997. Signed and dated. Paint and marker on cardstock. Great condition. 9” w x 11” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35

485. Ted Gordon Blue Face Woman.

1968. Signed and dated. Marker on cardstock. Excellent condition. Image is 11” w x 14” h. Frame is 17” w x 20” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $55

488. Louis Monza Where Life Begins.

1945. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Paint loss and flaking, otherwise good condition. 26” w x 33” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65


490. Inez Nathaniel Walker Couple.

489. Inez Nathaniel Walker Women In The Family.

1976. Signed and dated. Pencil and crayon on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 17” w x 11” h. Frame is 24” w x 18” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $55

1974. Signed and dated. Paint and pencil on poster. Excellent condition. Image is 24” w x 20” h. Frame is 31” w x 27” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $75

492. Georgia Blizzard (1919-2002) Sowing Stardust.

1994. Signed, dated and titled. Hand-molded clay, low fired. Excellent condition. 7.5” h. Provenance: John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $600-900. Ship: $45

491. Inez Nathaniel Walker Dressed Up Couple.

Signed. Not dated. Crayon and pencil on paper. Early tape blemish on paper, otherwise great condition. Size with frame is 18” w x 21” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $45

493. Georgia Blizzard Desperation.

Signed and titled on bottom. Hand-molded and fired clay. Chip on one ear, otherwise great condition. 10” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

494. Georgia Blizzard Thelma.

Signed and titled on bottom. Hand-molded and fired clay. Large crack with repair, otherwise fair condition. 10.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

496. Richard Burnside Standing King With Snakes.

Signed. Paint on board. Excellent condition. 24” w x 48” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $75

495. Richard Burnside King On Red Background.

Signed. Paint on board. Great condition. 48” w x 24” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $125

497. Richard Burnside African Queen.

Signed. Enamel paint on masonite with artist painted frame. Excellent condition. 18” w x 24” h. James Madison University. Est. $300-600. Ship: $45

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Lot 507. Alien Abduction


Lot 513. Christian’s People LIfe-Size Wooden Figure


498. Terry Turrell

499. Terry Turrell

Adobe.

1997. Signed, dated and titled. Oil-enamel on tin. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 20” x 20” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

Row Boat.

2005. Signed, dated and titled. Acrylic on found board. Excellent condition. 14” w x 18” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35

501. Chris Roberts Antieau

502. Jay Schuette

Rug Burn.

Signed and titled. Applique fabric and mixed media with artist decorated frame. Excellent condition. 21” w x 15” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

The Sudden Truth.

Signed and titled. Paint on board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 24” x 24”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

500. Patricia Lynne Young Crows.

Signed. Not dated. Paint on wood with artist frame. Excellent condition. 19” x 28” x 3”. Est. $300-400. Ship: $65

503. Jay Schuette The Message.

Signed and titled. Paint on board. Excellent condition. 22” w x 25” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

504. Scott Griffin Deep Sea Divers.

2003. Signed, dated and titled. Arch welding on metal. Great condition. 23” w x 40” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65

505. Scott Griffin Preparing to Take Off.

2001. Signed, dated and titled. Arch welding on metal. Great condition. 35” w x 20” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65 Page 134

506. Clint Griffin Three Framed Works.

Not signed or dated. Mixed media on found paper. Great condition. 16” x 16” each with frame. Est. $400-800. Ship: $65


508. Shelton

509. M.L. Atkins

Children Of The American Plains.

Quirky Family Portrait With 15 People. 1959. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 36” w x 26” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 12” w x 19” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

507. Unknown Alien Abduction.

c. 1970’s. Not signed. Oil on board. Minor rub, otherwise good condition. 33” w x 39” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $100

511. Hasan Kaptan

510. Hasan Kaptan

Female Figure In Blue.

Male Figure In Yellow.

Signed. Paint on cardstock. Excellent condition. Image is 14” x 19” . Frame is 22” x 27”. Est. $600-900. Ship: $55

Signed. Paint on cardstock. Excellent condition. Image is 14” x 19”. Frame is 22” x 27”. Est. $600-900. Ship: $55

512. Magwire Devil On Her Tongue.

1998. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 22” x 22”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

513. Christian’s People Life-Size Wooden Figure.

Not signed. Assembled found and weathered wood with wire construction. Great condition. 68” h x 21” x 16”. Provenance: John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Exhibited at James Madison University and at Intuit. This wooden figure of a standing flute player was part of an entire group of figures found in farm field.Est. $500-800. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

515. Morton Bartlett Black And White Photo Of Doll With Book.

Original image taken in 1950. Reprinted in 2010 with unique pigment print on archival paper. Excellent condition. Image is 6” x 8”. Frame is 14” x 17”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

514. Jerry Coker Face On Stand.

513. Christian’s People figure, exhibit at James Madison University

Signed. Painted metal over wood with stand. Excellent condition. 32” h. Est. $300-600. Ship: $75

Lot 515. View with frame

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518. Mose Tolliver Man - Priced At 200.

516. Mose Tolliver Lady Dian Low Man John.

1988. Signed and dated. Paint on board. Excellent condition. 22” w x 30” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

517. Mose Tolliver Self-Portrait.

Signed and priced. Paint on masonite. Excellent condition. 18” w x 18” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $45

Signed. Paint on board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 27” w x 34” h. Est. $400-800. Ship: $55

519. Mose Tolliver Bow-Legged Charlie. c. 1980. Signed. House paint on masonite. Minor rubs, otherwise great condition. 12” w x 26” h. Provenance: Archer Locke Gallery, Atlanta, GA. Est. $400-800. Ship: $45

520. Mose Tolliver Self-Portrait.

c. 1980. Signed. House paint on masonite. Minor warping and scratches, otherwise good condition. 15” w x 21” h. Provenance: Archer Locke Gallery, Atlanta, GA. Est. $400-800. Ship: $45

522. Annie Tolliver My Brother And Friend Hunting Birds. Signed and titled. Paint on board. Excellent condition. 24” x 24”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55 Page 136

523. Annie Tolliver Me And My Three Sisters.

Signed and titled. Paint on board. Excellent condition. 16” x 16”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

521. Mose Tolliver Scooter Girl.

Signed. Not dated. Photo of Mose with art. Paint on board. Excellent condition. 22’ w x 24” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

524. Annie Tolliver Owl And Bubbee (sic).

2004. Signed, dated and titled. Paint on board. Excellent condition. 19” w x 18” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45


525. Eddy Mumma Figure With Orange Hat.

Not signed or dated. Acrylic on canvas panel. Some foxing, otherwise good condition. 14” w x 18” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $35

526. Eddy Mumma Figure In Blue.

Not signed or dated. Acrylic on masonite. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 14” x 14”. Est. $300-400. Ship: $35

527. Eddy Mumma Figure With Lime Colored Hat.

Not signed or dated. Acrylic on cardboard. There is a drawing on the other side as well, but there is no photo of that. Good condition. 12” w x 16”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $35

530. Sulton Rogers Three Bug-Eyed Luthers.

528. Joe Light

529. Joe Light

Purple Flower.

Red Rose.

1999. Signed and dated. Paint on board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 22” w x 33” h. Est. $300-500. Ship $75

1999. Signed and dated. Paint on board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 19” w x 33” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $75

Not signed. Carved and painted wood. Repairs to one hand, otherwise all great condition. Tallest is 11” h. Est. $400-800. Ship: $65

533. Sulton Rogers (1922-2003)

531. Sulton Rogers

Pink Crucifixion.

Double-Eyed Woman’s Bust.

Not signed. Carved and painted wood on artist-made base. Excellent condition. 12.5” h x 6” x 4”. Est. $300-600. Ship: $45

532. Sulton Rogers Woman In Coffin.

Not signed. Carved and painted wood with mixed media. Great condition. 18” x 9” x 7”. Est. $400-800. Ship: $55

Not signed. Carved and painted wood. 53” h x 12”. Excellent condition. Provenance: The John and Teenuh Foster Collection. James Madison University. Est. $400-800. Ship: $100

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Lot 540. Ionel Talpazan


Lot 534. With frame

534. Sybil Gibson Vase With Flowers.

Signed. Not dated. Watercolor on paper. Excellent condition. Bright colors. Image is 14” w x 20” h. Frame is 21” w x 27” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65

537. Bertha Halozan There Are Still Some Good People Living In This World.

1990. Signed, dated and titled. Paint and glitter on canvas panel with ephemera on back. Excellent condition. 28” w x 22” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $55

540. Ionel Talpazan Cosmic Blast.

2012. Signed and dated. Paint on poster. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 32” w x 24” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $75 Page 140

535. Sybil Gibson Oval Portrait.

1994. Signed and dated. Watercolor on brown paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 22” w x 26” h. Provenance: from the private collection of Sybil Gibson’s family. Est. $400-600. Ship: $65

538. Bertha Halozan Goodyear Blimp.

1993. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas panel. Framed by artist with ephemera on back. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 24” w x 20” h. Est. $600-800. Ship: $55

541. Ionel Talpazan Large Blue and Silver UFO.

2012. Signed and dated. Paint and marker on poster. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 34” w x 24” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $75

536. Sybil Gibson Lady In Pink.

1994. Signed and dated. Watercolor on newsprint. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 24” w x 28” h. Provenance: from the private collection of Sybil Gibson’s family. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65

539. Bertha Halozan Green Statue Of Liberty.

2000. Signed and dated. Paint and glitter on canvas panel. Ephemera on back. Excellent condition. 13” w x 17” h with frame. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

542. Henry Speller Erotic Street Walker.

c. 1980’s. Not signed. Crayon and colored pencil on paper. Some spots on paper, otherwise very good condition. 25” w x 19” h with frame. Provenance: Luise Ross Gallery. Est. $600-900. Ship: $65


544. Benny Carter New York Harbor.

Signed. Paint and bottlecaps on board. Excellent condition. 55” w x 20” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $150

543. Benny Carter Going To New York City.

Signed and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Lots of detail. Large example. Size with frame is 45” w x 41” h. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $200

545. Benny Carter New York Skyscraper.

Signed. Paint on board. Excellent condition. 30” w x 52” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $150

548. Woodie Long

547. Woodie Long 546. Woodie Long

Signed. Not dated. Paint on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 22” x 31”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65

Three Women Eating Watermelon. 1992. Signed and dated. Paint on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 24” w x 18” h. Frame is 31” w x 25” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $65

The Band.

Flying Kites.

Lot 547. Frame Lot 546. Frame

1995. Signed and dated. Paint on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 15” w x 9.5” h. Frame is 24” w x 18” h. Est. $400-800. Ship: $55

Lot 548. Frame

550. Woodie Long Six Women In Red.

549. Woodie Long

Signed. Not dated. Paint on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 14” w x 12” h. Frame is 21” w x 19” h. Est. $400-800. Ship: $55

Sharecropper Plowing.

2003. Signed and dated. Paint on board. Excellent condition. Image is 30” w x 24” h. Frame is 37” w x 31” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

Lot 550. Frame

551. Woodie Long Girls With Melons and Black Crows.

1992. Signed and dated. Pair of works. Paint on poster paper. Excellent condition. Largest is 24” w x 14” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45 Page 141


553. Bryan McNutt Lady Liberty and Uncle Sam.

Signed. Carved and painted wood with mixed media. Great condition. Tallest is 34” h x 21” x 11”. Est. $500-1,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

552. Bryan McNutt Large Uncle Sam With Collection Plate.

Signed. Carved and painted wood with mixed media. Excellent condition. 50” h x 15” x 21” w. Est. $500-1,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

556. Sarah Rakes A Prize Winning Pig.

555. Sarah Rakes Zinnias.

1992. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. 20” w x 26” h including artist made frame. Excellent condition. Est. $400-800. Ship: $65

1995. Cray-pas on paper. Excellent condition. 30” w x 23” h including artist made frame. Est. $400-600. Ship: $75

558. Zelle Manning Dude’s Home.

2000. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Large example. From Zelle’s personal collection. Size with frame is 43” w x 31” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $100 Page 142

559. Pris Butler Christmas Eve.

1994. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 28” w x 22” h. Est. $400-800. Ship: $55

554. Bryan McNutt Screaming Rooster.

Signed. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. 39” h x 26” x 14”. Est. $300-600. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

557. Sarah Rakes Birds Heading Home.

1994. Signed and dated. Paint and cray-pas on paper. Excellent condition. 18” w x 22” h including artist-made frame. Est. $400-800. Ship: $55

560. Pris Butler Independence Day On Main Street. 1994. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas panel. Excellent condition. 24” w x 21” h with frame. Est. $400-800. Ship: $55


561. Wesley Willis

562. Wesley Willis

Dan Ryan.

Shoreline.

1994. Signed, dated and titled. Marker and ink on poster. Excellent condition. 41” w x 28” h. Est. 800-1,200. Ship: $65

1991. Signed, dated and titled. Marker and ink on poster. Minor smear in middle, otherwise great condition. 41” w x 28” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $65

565. Bernice Sims Strawberry Picking

564. Bernice Sims

Signed. Oil on masonite. Minor rub at upper right, otherwise great condition. 20” w x 16” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35

Hickory Hill School.

Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 17” w x 20” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $45

563. Wesley Willis Wrigley Field.

1992. Signed, dated and titled. Marker and ink on poster. Excellent condition. 41” w x 28” h. Est. 800-1,200. Ship: $65

566. Bernice Sims Barn With Yard Full of Chickens.

Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 22” w x 18” h with frame. Est. $600-900. Ship: $55

569. Lonnie Holley

567. Lonnie Holley

All About The Baby.

2015. Initialed. Sculpted roofing insulation. 18” h. Excellent condition. Provenance: Purchased from the artist in 2016. Charles Abney, Atlanta, GA. Est. $200-400. Est. $55

Arrows.

Not signed or dated. Paint on board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 35” w x 46” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $200

568. Lonnie Holley Untitled.

1990. Signed and dated. Paint on found particle board. Fair condition. 16” w x 25” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

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571. Fred Webster

570. Fred Webster Give Us The Best You Have Now.

1992. Carved and painted wood. 10” h x 12.5” x 8”. Great condition. Provenance: 1992 Fred Webster, 1992 Modern Primitive Gallery, Atlanta, GA. 1992 Charles Abney, Atlanta, GA. Est. $500-800. Ship: $85

I Told You Peter...

Signed and titled. Carved and painted wood. Great condition. 9” x 8” x 3”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

573. James Harold Jennings

Mississippi Snake Handlers.

Carved and painted wood. Great condition. 10” x 10” x 7”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $75

575. James Harold Jennings

Johnnie Is No Match For Sue.

Signed and titled. Paint on board with cut out letters. Excellent condition. 16” w x 12” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

572. Fred Webster

Naked Adam & Eve In The Garden.

574. James Harold Jennings Girl On Bicycle.

Signed. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. 24” x 19” x 6.5”. Est. $400-800. Ship: $85

Signed. Carved and painted board. Excellent condition. 17” x 14” x 4”. Est. $400-700. Ship: $55

576. Harvey Peterson Clown Whirligig.

1998. Signed and dated. Wood and mixed media construction. Excellent condition. 26” h x 7” x 5”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

578. John North Boxing Whirligig.

577. Harvey Peterson Limberjack Couple. Page 144

Not signed. Carved and jointed wood with cloth and hair. Excellent condition. 12” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $45

c. 1980. Not signed. Carved and painted wood with metal and tin moving parts. Excellent condition. 32” long x 22” h x 8” w. James Madison University. Est. $400-800. Ship: $100


580. David Butler

579. David Butler

Sea Creature.

Fantasy Creature.

Initialed. Paint on cut out tin. Excellent condition. 28” long x 10” h. Est. $300-600. Ship: $55

Initialed. Paint on cut out tin. Excellent condition. 16” w x 8” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35

582. Prophet Royal Robertson

583. Prophet Royal Robertson

Times Wraps Woman And Calendar.

1989. Signed and dated. Paint and maker on poster. Excellent condition. 23” w x 29” h with frame. Est. $400-700. Ship: $75

Underground Mutants Castle.

1992. Signed and dated. Paint and marker on poster. Excellent condition. 22” w x 28” with frame. Est. $500-800. Ship: $75

581. David Butler Group Of Seven Unfinished Works. Not signed. Not finished. Cut tin. Most are unpainted. Largest is 20” x 12”. Est. $300-600. Ship: $55

584. Prophet Royal Robertson To Mrs. Regenia With Love and Calendar.

1992. Paint and marker on poster. 22” w x 28” h. Excellent condition. Provenance: Dr. Regenia Perry’s private collection. Est. $400-600. Ship: $45

Lot 582. Verso

Lot 584. Verso

585. Juanita Rogers North Star.

c. 1983. Signed. Mixed media on paper. Image is 12” w x 9” h. Frame is 22” w x 19” h. Provenance: 1983 Juanita Rogers, 1985 Andy Nasisse, Athens, GA, 1998 Charles Abney.

586. Reginald Mitchell Gator Diner. Lot 585. Frame

Signed and titled. Paint on card stock. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 34” w x 26” h. Est. $300-600. Ship: $75

587. Reginald Mitchell McBertie House In Early Fall. Signed. Paint on paper. Excellent condition. 22” w x 28” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

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590. Mr. Imagination Memory Jug.

588. Mr. Imagination

Signed with paint on bottom and with sandstone carved “Mr. I” embedded on side. This is a rare memory jug elaborately decorated by Mr. Imagination (Gregory Warmack). He did very few of these. It is covered with found objects including lots of his sandstone carvings, doll arms and legs, plastic dinosaur and spiders, bottle caps, and much more. The stone carvings depict Indian heads, Egyptian designs, bearded men, eyes, hands, “Chi” “Cago”, and a heart painted, “I Love You”. There are also a couple of small wood plaques he painted with scarabs and other Egyptian motifs. It is built over a gallon size glass jug, and measures 12.5” h. There is a small area at the bottom that is not decorated, but overall excellent condition. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

Self Portrait Staff.

Initialed. Not dated. Bottlecap and mixed media on wood. Excellent condition. 32” long. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

589. Mr. Imagination Farmer.

1990. Signed and dated. Plaster and paint sculpture. Minor chip, otherwise good condition. 20” h x 11” x 7”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

592. C. Sikorski

591. Harold Crowell

Circus Camp.

Circus Girls.

1988. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 28” w x 22” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

1998. Signed and dated. Acrylic on board. Excellent condition. Image is 36” w x 18” h. Frame is 45” w x 25” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $100

594. Eric Legge Landscape Of North Georgia At Sunset.

2003. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 57” w 45” h. Est. $400-800. Ship: $300

596. Howard Ivestor Two Working Women.

#230 & #227. Signed and numbered. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. Each is 7.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

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593. C. Sikorski Street Market.

1990. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 24” w x 28” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

595. Cher Shaffer Irish Eyes.

c. 2003. Signed, dated and titled. Paint on linen. Excellent condition. 22” w x 35” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $65

597. C.C. Double-Sided Totem Cane.

Initialed. Lightly carved and painted wood. Great condition. 35” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45


598. R.A. Miller Army. Be All You Can Be. Sign.

Not signed. Paint on old metal recruitment sign. Some environmental rust, otherwise great condition. 29” w x 46” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $100

599. R.A. Miller Dinosaur Grouping.

Signed. Paint on tin and cut out tin. Great condition. Largest is 64” w x 13” h. Est. $300-600. Ship: $125 Lot 597. Verso

600. R.A. Miller Two Blow Oskars & Devil.

Signed. Paint on cut out tin and board. Great condition. Tallest is 49” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $75

602. R.A. Miller (1911-2006)

601. R.A. Miller

Large Red Devil.

Two Devils and Two Animals.

Made more than 25 years ago. Not signed. Paint on cut out tin. Excellent condition. 50” h x 11” w. James Madison University. Est. $300-500. Ship: $75

Signed. Paint on cut out tin. Great condition. Largest is 66” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $85

604. Rev. W.C. Rice (1930-2004)

603. R.A. Miller

Saved 41 Year & Jesus Signs.

Seven Early Works.

Signed. Devil, Angels, Animals, Blow Oskars. Paint on cut out tin, board and mixed media. All in great condition. Average size is 18” x 18”. Provenance: Ed and Barbara-rose Okun. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

605. Ralph Griffin Evil Boy.

Initialed. Paint on found root stump. Great condition. 26” x 24” x 16”. From the private collection of Betty M. Kuyk, author of African Voices In The African American Heritage. This piece is illustrated in the book. Est. $300-500. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

African American Voices In The African American Heritage by Betty M. Kuyk

c. 1960’s. Not signed. Paint on found rusted tin. Environmental weathering and rust, otherwise great condition. Largest is 23” x 26”. James Madison University. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

606. Ralph Griffin Spanish Dog, Mermaid On Ski, Little Sailor Boy.

Not signed. Paint on found root constructions. All in great condition. Tallest is 30” h x 23” x 17. Spanish Dog on left is illustrated in African Voices In The African American Heritage by Betty M. Kuyk. All three are from the author’s private collection. Est. $300-600. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Page 147


607. Z.B. Armstrong Four Calendars Framed Together.

1987. Signed and dated. Marker and cardboard. Excellent condition. Frame is 40” w x 18” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $75

609. Z.B. Armstrong 608. Z.B. Armstrong (1911-1993) Dooms Day Free Standing Clock. 1988. Signed and dated. Paint and marker on board. Excellent condition. 11” x 16”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

Dooms Day Calendar. c. 1970’s. Ink marker on found cardboard. Excellent condition. Image is 10” x 9”. Frame is 21” w x 24” h. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

Lot 609. View with frame.

Lot 608. Verso

612. Joe Hrovat (1920-2013) The Bloody Glove.

610. Lavon Williams Group of Three Carvings.

2001. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood with mixed media. All in excellent condition. Average size is 18” x 10” h. Est. $300-600. Ship: $85

611. Lavon Williams Befor (sic).

2004. Signed, dated and titled. Carved and painted wood with mixed media. Excellent condition. 14” w x 22” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

613. Jan Edwards

614. Jan Edwards

Before The Train Accident.

After The Train Accident.

c. 1980’s. Amish artist from Ohio. This piece is the first in a 2 part series of an Amish woman in a buggy being hit by a train - This is the “Before” scene. Mixed media on paper. 40” w x 30” h. Strong rich colors and folky skewed perspective. Est. $200-400. Ship: $85 Page 148

c. 1980’s. Amish artist from Ohio. This piece is the second in a 2 part series of an Amish woman in a buggy being hit by a train - This is the “After” scene. Mixed media on paper. 40” w x 30” h. Strong rich colors and folky skewed perspective. Est. $200-400. Ship: $85

1996. Signed, dated and titled. Carved and painted wooden heads attached to cut out glove pattern board depicting the major players in the O.J. Simpson case including Roger Cossach - CNN, John Gibson, CNBC, Jude Lane Ito, Sam Goldman, Greta Sustern - CNN, Faye Resnick - Nicole Friend, Kato Kaelin - O.J. Friend, Ronald Goldman - Nicole Friend, Nicole Brown Simpson. Excellent condition. 16” x 22” x 1”. Provenance: The John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Exhibited at James Madison University. Hrovat was obsessed with the trial and made several carvings of all the people involved. He was a master carver for the Chappie Fox Circus Museum in Wisconsin. Est. $600-900. Ship: $45

615. Jan Edwards Amish Family.

c. 1980’s. Mixed media on paper. 40” w x 30” h. Strong rich colors and folky skewed perspective. Est. $200-400. Ship: $85


617. B.E. Riddick Connie Lynn Gus.

Signed. Marker and ink on brown paper. Excellent condition. 11” x 15.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

616. B.E. Riddick Three Erotic Works.

Marker and ink on brown paper. All in excellent condition. Each is 11” w x 15.5” h. Est. $500-1,000. Ship: $45

618. B.E. Riddick

619. B.E. Riddick

620. B.E. Riddick

621. B.E. Riddick

Dropping That Sweet Thing On Me.

WOW!

69 Square Root Is Ate Something.

The Devil’s Creative Use For His Tail.

Signed. Marker and ink on brown paper. Minor pin hole in paper, otherwise great condition. 11” x 15.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

Signed. Marker and ink on brown paper. Minor pin hole in paper, otherwise great condition. 11” x 15.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

THE END!

Signed. Marker and ink on brown paper. Minor pin hole in paper, otherwise great condition. 11” x 15.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

Signed. Marker and ink on brown paper. Excellent condition. 11” x 15.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

622. B.E. Riddick

623. B.E. Riddick

Reclining Nude.

Whispering Eye On You.

Signed. Marker and ink on brown paper. Minor pin hole in paper, otherwise great condition. 11” x 15.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

Signed. Marker and ink on brown paper. Minor pin hole in paper, otherwise great condition. 11” x 15.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

624. B.E. Riddick The End!

Signed. Marker and ink on brown paper. Minor pin hole in paper, otherwise great condition. 11” x 15.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

End Of Saturday Session

See you tomorrow, Sunday Nov. 12, at 12 noon Lots 625-1078 Page 149


627. Confederate Currency


Sunday Session Starts Here Nov 12, 2017 - Auction Starts 12 noon - Doors open 10am - Lots 625 - 1078 625. South Carolina & Continental Currency SC 1779 $100 Bill & Two Thirds of a dollar “FUGIO” Note State of South Carolina. February 8, 1779. One Hundred Dollars. “Palmetto, Drums, Flags, etc.” vignette. This One Hundred Dollars denomination is the second scarcest, having only 3,000 notes printed, as well as the highest value denomination on this popular Revolutionary War issue. Continental Congress. February 17, 1776. Two Thirds of a Dollar. Plate “B”. “FUGIO” Design.The face and back motifs created by Franklin in his maxim theme of TIME FLYS - SO MIND TO YOUR BUSINESS. This famous design was also used by the Continental Congress on the 1776 dated CONTINENTAL DOLLAR. The face has a sundial and “Fugio” motifs, the emblem to the left side on this denomination. The back design shows an interlocked chain of Thirteen Links, representing the original 13 American Colonies, surrounding the legend “WE ARE ONE.” This is the highest denomination from the four note fractional Continental Dollar portion of this February 17, 1776 series. Some aging of paper. Signatures light on 2/3 note. Largest is 5” x 3”. Framed together, 8” w x 10” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $25

626. South Carolina Currency SC Fifty Pound & $70 Notes.

June 1, 1775 South Carolina Fifty Pounds Note. South Carolina. June 1, 1775. Fifty Pounds. “Woman Frightened by a Storm” vignette. This Fifty Pounds denomination note is the highest value and fewest number issued. “Prometheus Bound and Attacked by a Vulture” Vignette. South Carolina. February 8,1779. Seventy Dollars. “Prometheus bound and attacked by a vulture” vignette. Notes have loss, aging and staining. The largest is 6” x 4”. Framed together 8” w x 10” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $500-1,000. Ship: $25 626. Verso

625. Verso

627. Confederate Currency 25 Confederate Bills.

Currency from SC, GA, Florida and Virginia. Denominations include 50¢, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50. Some taped corners and aging, otherwise good condition. Average size is 7 3/8 “ x 3 3/8 h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-500. Est. $45 627. Verso

628. Confederate Bills & Bond $1 & $2 Confederate Bills & 1864 Bond.

Print and ink on paper, tape marks on corners of bills where bills are attached to display. One bill has several sections of loss. Bills are 6.25” x 2.75”. Framed together as displayed at the museum with descriptive notes, 11” w x 12” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-400. Ship: $25 Page 152

629. South Carolina Currency State Issued $5 & $10 Bills.

c. 1860’s. Ink on paper. Some tape marks on edges where bills were attached for display at the Old Slave Mart. Each bill is 7” x 3”. Framed together in original display from the museum, 12” w x 15” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-400. Ship: $25

630. South Carolina Currency 1863 SC Shinplasters

1863. Bills in denominations of 5, 10, 15, 25, 50, 75 cents. Ink on paper. Early tape marks on corners where bills were attached to the original Old Slave Mart display. Original handwritten descriptions of the bills and the provenance on the display page. Each bill is 3.75” w x 2.5” h. Frame of display is 13” w x 17” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-400. Ship: $35


631. Slave Documents Over 20 Important Freed Slave Papers, Sales Receipts, Tax Documents. In on a variety of paper. All in varying conditions. Largest is 16” x 20”. Documents include, Bill of Sale - Otis Mills sold William, Negro man, for $1,000 Charleston, SC - July 6, 1857. Business letter regarding slave barque arrival, health of slaves and low prices for slaves from Thomas Boudar, New Orleans to W.W. Hall, Norfolk, VA, April 3, 1849. Receipts of tax paid on slaves as they were considered “personal property,” Petersburg, VA, 1837 (Exhibited: American I Am The African American Imprint United States Tour 2009-2012), 1861, 1862. Bill of Sale for the purchase of shoes for Negroes $13.25 Sold by Mr. Thomas J.H. Eccleston to Appelgarth Wingarth, July 25, 1819. Bill of Sale Sold to Stephen Doar of Charleston, SC for $3,600 Slaves, Daniel, Lissy, Davy, Thomas, Jim, Isaac, and Bendbone, sold by Frederick Rutledge of Sanatee, SC - Jan. 16, 1854. Bill of sale listing, “Slave, Harry, one grey stallion, one black mair and sorrel mair (sic) for 150 pounds in currency. Frederick County, MD, August 19, 1765. Bill of Sale showing C.B. Farmer sold slave named “Sambo” for $625, Thomas Ryan & Sons (original namesake of the Old Slave Mart), Charleston, SC, December 24, 1849. Bill of Sale - Purchase of boy named Ben $800 Agents Thomas Ryan & Son, Charleston, SC - Dec. 20, 1851. Certificate of Freedom for Jonathan Hopkins, grandson of Patience Fortune, who obtained her freedom by suit in the county court - c. 1823. Bill of Sale Sold to Stephen Thomas by James Ross one male slave, Sam for $350 - Dec. 18, 1856. Letter from Thomas Boudor of New Orleans to W.W. Hall of Norfolk, VA about being hard to sell slaves who are sailors or oystermen - Jan. 26, 1848. Inventory list names of 74 slaves, belonging to B.P. Walker including years of birth and occasionally the month of birth, Laurel Hill Plantation, James River Region, VA, 1852 (See Gentleman’s Fancy Coverlet which is from the same plantation - Presented in 1948 to OSM by Mrs. Shumate, granddaughter of slave owner. Summons for slave owner for or against estate of John Murphy or James Carr, SC, 1863. 1866 Talbot County, Georgia Marriage certificate of former slaves, “Gaston Hall (freedman) and Dido Howard (freedwoman). Bill of Sale sold by John Duke to settle the estate of Rachel Long, slaves Nelly, and infant, Moses for $700, Charleston, SC, Sept. 20, 1836. Bill of Sale Stephen Door mortgaged to Joshua Toomer for $1,600 slaves, Sarah, Betsey, Pearce, Doll, Alfred, Sarah John, Elsey, SC, 1832. Original business accounting sheets listing, “One Negro boy SAM” was sold by note to a Capt. A. Park for $600. The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $75

632. Free Slave Papers Henry Bledford, Age 39.

June 11, 1864. Signed and dated. Headquarters Military Commission, “Contraband and Captive Negroes Coming to Louisville, KY.” This paper entitled Henry Bledford, age 39, free born in the State of Tenn...is entitled to his freedom and wherefore he is entitled to pass North of the OHIO river into free territory. Ink on paper. Excellent condition. Document is 7.5” w x 5” h. Frame is 11” w x 15” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $35 Major General Benjamin F. Butler was a Massachusetts lawyer, abolitionist, former state senator, and Democrat. In the spring of 1861 Lincoln had put Butler in charge of Fort Monroe. Butler declared the slaves “contraband of war”—enemy property that was liable to seizure in wartime, just as weapons, ammunition, and food were. Butler’s 1861 contraband interpretation had “paved the way for the Emancipation Proclamation”—and that, in turn, led in 1865 to the 13th Amendment, which put an end to slavery in all the United States. But over the four years in between, thousands of humans found their way to a kind of freedom as “contraband” of war.

634. Ellen Craft (1826-1897)

633. Carte de Viste Lt. Governor Oscar J. Dunn of Louisiana.

Photo card has two creases, otherwise very good condition. Image is 2.5” w x 4” h. Frame is 11” x 14”. Oscar J. Dunn (c. 1821-1871), is best known as Louisiana’s first African American Lt. Governor in 1868. Born a slave, Dunn purchased his freedom, taught himself to read and to become a skilled public speaker, fought in the Union Army to the rank of Captain in the Native Guards, the first all-black regiment to fight for the Union in the Civil War. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship $35

Portrait of Ellen Craft.

c. late 1800’s. Watercolor, ink and graphite on card stock. Overall great condition. Very rare example. Image with frame is 9” w x 12” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Ellen was born in Clinton, GA, the daughter of her white master, Major James Smith by one of his slaves, Maria. Ellen’s fair complexion and resemblance to the white family members was troubling to Smith’s wife.At the age of eleven, Ellen was given as a wedding present to her mistresses’s daughter and Dr. Robert Collins of Macon. Ellen met William Craft, also a slave, and with their owner’s permission, were married. In 1848, the two devised a plan that they would escape, disguising Ellen as the white wealthy male Master and William as his slave. In 1850 when Congress passed the Fugitive Slave Act the Crafts were particularly vulnerable to capture because of their story. They ran again to England where they lived for 20 years, had five children, learned to read and write and published their memoir, Running a thousand Miles for Page 153 Freedom. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45


Lot 633. Lt. Governor Oscar J. Dunn of Louisiana. The first African American Lt. Gov.

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Lot 643. Afro-Carolinian Round Mortar & Pestles


636. Navy Department, Washington, DC.

635. Confederate Bonds 6 Confederate States of America Bonds with Coupons.

c. 1863. $100, $500 and $1,000. Redeemable in 1893. Ink on paper. Good condition with some jagged edges. Each is 14” x 13”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

9 Letters From Navy Dept.

c. 1858-65. All are signed and dated. All letters reference requests to enter the Navy or depart the Navy. One letter references a “Negro” sailmaker for the Navy. Other letters are from Gideon Wells first U.S. Secretary of the Navy and Admiral DuPont. Each is ink on paper and all are in good condition. Average size is 8” x 8”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and the Old Slave Mart. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

637. Brass Advertising Token W.W. Wilbur Auction & Commissions Merchant.

c. 1846. Charleston, SC. Wilbur was an auctioneer who sold slaves at Ryan’s Mart, which was later to become Old Slave Mart Museum. Size with frame is 4.5” x 3.5”. Provenance: Acacia Collection & Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $500-800. Ship: $25

638. Blue Mountain and Rome Railroad Newspaper Ads can be found online advertising slave sales by Wilbur & Son at the corner of State & Chalmers Streets (the Old Slave Mart Location): This example was in the Charleston Mercury, Jan. 20, 1859.

Paper Ticket.

1864. Ink on paper. Paper is well-aged, otherwise good condition. Image is 4 3/8 x 2 3/4. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and the Old Slave Mart. Est. $200-300. Ship: $25

639. African American Banjo Boy.

c. 1840. Oil on canvas backed to board. Nail holes on side from original frame and small flake on left bottom, otherwise great condition. Image is 10” w x 15” h. Frame is 16” w x 20” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Exhibited at The New York Cultural Center in association with Farleigh Dickenson University 1969 "an introduction to the negro in American history." Letter on back states: “Art was painted in gratitude by unknown runaway slave for the gentleman who aided his escape.” Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55 Page 156

640. Unknown Black Mourning Parasol.

Black lace over solid silk attached to ebony wood handle. Overall good condition. 38.5” h. Provenance: The Old Slave Mart. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45


641. Old Aunt Sarah Tucked and Embroidered Petticoat.

c. 1840. Hand-sewn cotton. Note tiny stitches and mathematically precise tucking. Excellent condition. 38” long x 35” at bottom and 14” at waist. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Illustrated in Afro-American Art & Craft by Chase, pg. 90. Old Aunt Sarah was a slave who was a household seamstress. Est. $500-1,000. Ship: $35

642. Benjamin Sheppard Child’s Hat.

c. 1860-65 (During Civil War). Rush, cotton string and John’s Island reed. Minor loss, otherwise excellent condition. 12” diameter x 2.5” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. see Pg 18 The Afro-American Tradition in Decorative Arts by John Michael Vlach. Exhibited in The Afro-American Tradition in Decorative Arts at The Cleveland Museum 1978. Est. 1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

643. Afro-Carolinian Round Mortar & Pestles.

c. late 19th c. to early 20th c. Carved from palmetto log and other tree logs. Well-used and in original condition. Tallest Mortar is 22” h x 19”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Left Exhibited in America I Am. Right exhibited Telfair Museum of Art, Owens Thomas House Slave Quarters, Savannah, GA. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

644. African American Square Mortar & Pestle With Make-Do Dough Bowl.

c. 1800-1900. Carved wood bowl with metal make-do repairs, otherwise great used condition. Mortar is 13” x 19”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Dough bowl exhibited American I Am: The African American Imprint United States Exhibition Tour 2009-2012. Est. $800-1,200. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

645. Riley Foundry Patternmaker, Charleston, SC Patterns For Cast Iron Gear. Wooden patterns. Largest is 25” diameter. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. THE RILEY FOUNDRY in Charleston, South Carolina employed an exslave as chief patternmaker for many years, and he may also have worked for them as a slave before emancipation. It was common for Negro craftsmen in the South to continue working as employees of their former masters after emancipation. Cast iron is molten metal cast in molds. Meticulously carved wooden patterns made up of dozens of tiny pieces glued together were set into wet sand to form a mold into which molten iron could be poured. The patterns were coated with graphite to facilitate their removal from the sand; this gave them a glossy black color. (AfroAmerican Art & Craft, by Judith Wragg Chase.) Several of the patterns are stamped, “WH,” “Mallard Lmr, Co.”, “Rephan’s Charleston, S.C.” “R&J” stamped backward conjoined “R”, “Arbitor.” These were patterns for ball, impeller, mechanical arm, tread, gears, drain hole cover, plowshare, bracket, tie rod plate, hinged lid, wheel gear, pilaster. Est. $800-1,250. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

646. Industrial Art Four Vintage Gear Patterns.

c. 1950’s. Handmade wooden gears with paint. All in excellent condition. Average size is 18” w x 21” h with display stands. Est. $400-600. Ship: $100 Page 157


Lot 659. Original Key To Ryan’s Mart which later became The Old Slave Mart.


648. Charleston Rifle Battalion 647. Charleston Rifle Battalion Cap With Pom Pom.

c. 1864-1882. Post Civil War military cap call a kepi, attributed to the Charleston Rifle Battalion. Made by the Baker McKenny Co. New York, NY. Name “Charles Fuller” on inside label. Brass front insignia: “CRB” with pom-pom fitting slot at top front edge of cap. Excellent condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

S.C. Epaulettes And Sash

c. 1864-1882. Leather, fabric and brass with felt covering. Some fading on sash, otherwise great condition. Epaulettes are 8” long x 5” w. Sash is 102” long x 1”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Believed to be part of the uniform of Charles Fuller, owner of Kepi. Est. $300-500. Ship: 35

649. Civil War 5 South Carolina Buttons

c. 1861-65. Two large silver colored (no “S.C”), One large brass, two smaller buttons, all have SC State Seal and motto, “Animis Opibusque Parati” (Prepared In Mind and Resources). Manufactured in New York. Largest is 3/4” diameter. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-500. Ship: $20

652. Percussion & Flintlock Muskets Model 1816 and Model 1842.

650. Civil War Federal Buckles & Uniform Buttons.

c. 1861-1865. Square federal Civil War buckle, round breast buckle and 13 uniform buttons excavated from the battlefield of Honey Hill, S.C. 10” x 9”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Exhibited: America I Am: The African American Imprint United States Exhibition Tour 2009-2012. Est. $300-500. Ship: $25

651. Military Swords and Scabbard. Four Swords, One Scabbard.

1854 English Officer’s Sword, 1804 Britist Naval Cutlass, 1840 U.S. Artillery Saber, WWI Army Bayonet. All weathered and in as-found condition. Longest is 36”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-500. Ship: $75

653. Military Cases Field Glass Case and Cartridge Holder.

c. 19th century. Leather. Cartridge holder has brass buttons and initial plate, “C.R.B.” (Charleston Rifle Battalion). 7” x 6” average size. Fair condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Believed to be part of the uniform of Charles Fuller, owner of Kepi. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45 Page 160

Springfield Armory, Springfield, MA. Model 1816 US flintlock musket with name, “William” carved in butt stock. Used to shoot paper pellets at rice birds. Model 1842 US Percussion musket, c. 1848. Longest is 57.5” long. Fair condition with lots of weathering. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-300. Ship: $85

654. Confederate Souvenirs Four Mini Flags.

Cloth with brass poles. Great condition. Framed together, 8” w x 10” h. Official Artillery Flag, Official Confederate Flag, First Confederate Flag and Second Confederate Flag. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-300. Ship: $25

655. Third Annual Gathering of the Clan Lady Luck Whar Is Yo At (sic).

1920. Initialed, dated and titled. Ink and gouache and watercolor on cardboard. Excellent condition. Signed by 30 members of the KKK. Size with frame is 11” w x 15” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: 35


656. Slave-Made Embroidery Apron, Blanket, Handkerchief, Coverlet, Loom.

c. 1828-1850. Grape pattern apron. Exquisite Embroidery. Made by a slave, c. 1850. Bridal handkerchief made by slave seamstress for Eliza Abigale Toomer who married R.T. Morrison, Nov. 1, 1860, presented to The Old Slave Mart Museum by Miss Mary Belle Morrison, June 1949, McClellanville, SC. Embroidered edges with initials, “EAT.” Coverlet fragment - Framed counterpane coverlet fragment. Coverlet was made by slaves on a hand loom. The slaves were Owned by Dr. Littleberry Foree (son of Peter (Pierre) Foree, Revolutionary soldier of French Huguenots with Lafayette.) Dr. Littleberry Foree and his wife Polly owned a plantation “STORM HILL” near New Castle, Henry County, Kentucky where the coverlet was made. Presented to OSM by great, great, granddaughter) c.19th century. Piece of a wool blanket c. 1928, wool raised, carded, spun and woven by Slaves in Boyle County, KY. Handmade loom from fruit crate with weaving intact. All in good to fair condition. Apron is 33” long x 24” w. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Many items are featured in Afro American Art and Craft by Chase and are in the centerfold of The Black Book by Middleton Harris. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

657. Slave Made Linen Sheet

658. Early Fabric

Lou Caldwell Wedding Linen.

Rose Print Remnants.

c. 1828. Flax raised and thread spun and woven on Gabriel Slaughter Caldwell Plantation, Boyle Co. Kentucky. Some minor discoloration, otherwise good condition. 90” x 76”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection & Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35.

c. 1770’s. George Washington-era. Possibly used during his presidency. 17” x 13”. Featured on page 102 of The Black Book by Middleton Harris. Provenance: The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35

657. Wedding Linen

659. Original Key Ryan’s Mart, Later The Old Slave Mart.

c. 1856. Weathered hand-forged metal. Great condition. 8” long x 3” w. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. During the antebellum period, Charleston served as a center of commercial activity for the South's plantation economy, which depended heavily upon slaves as a source of labor. Ryan's Mart was named after Thomas Ryan, an alderman and former sheriff involved in the slave trade at the Mart. Later Ryan’s Mart became The Old Slave Mart. In 1938, the property was purchased by Miriam B. Wilson, who turned the site into a museum of African American history. Est. $300-500. Ship: $24

660. Palmetto Brewery & J. Cosgrove Pair of Charleston S.C. Glass Bottles.

Bottle marked “Palmetto Brewery, Charleston, S.C. This Bottle Not To Be Sold.” Found after hurricane of Sept. 29, 1938. Beer Bottle marked, “J. Cosgrove, Charleston 1866. Metal clasp to hold stopper. Found in 1938. Hand-blown colored glass. Great condition. Each is 8” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

661. F.R. Charleston, SC Hat Box. Leather over cardboard. Some loss and deterioration, overall fair condition. 10.5” h x 13” x 14”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45.

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662. Plantation Baskets Four Rice Fanner Baskets & Vegetable Basket.

c. 1900. Rice Fanner baskets made of rush and palmetto, swamp reeds and Hickory Withe. South Carolina Coast. All in good to great condition. Average size is 20” diameter. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. Top left Gift of S. Cordes Lucas, Kinloch Plantation, 1954. Top right from Winea Plantation Georgetown, SC, Exhibited: America I Am The African American Imprint United States Tour 2009-2012. Top middle Southern US acquired by OSM in 1938 (made to be carried on head). Est. $500-1,000. Ship: $65

663. Plantation Baskets Variety of Sweetgrass Baskets.

c. late 1800’s-1900’s. Sweetgrass, rye straw and oak binding. Great condition. Average size is 18” x 4”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. Top left antique basket displayed at The Owens Thomas House and The Wimberly Library, Florida Atlantic University. Est. $400-800. Ship: $65

664. Gullah Baskets 3 Large Rice Fanning Baskets.

c. 1960-80’s. Sweetgrass, pine needles, and oak. All in great condition. Average size is 20” diameter. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

665. Gullah Sweetgrass Baskets Large Hamper and Waste Basket Shape.

c. mid 20th c. Coastal SC. African-American maker. Sweetgrass, marsh grass, palmetto fronds, pine needles and other natural material. Large standing hamper with lid and handle. Rare example. 36” h x 15” diameter. Bottom is unattached from waste basket shaped basket, otherwise fair condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. Est. $300-500. Ship: $100

667. Gullah Sweetgrass Baskets Four Large Baskets With Handles.

Mid-20th Century. Sweetgrass and other natural material. All in great condition. Average size is 17” h x 14”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65 Page 164

666. Gullah Sweetgrass Baskets 4 Rare Utilitarian Works With Tops.

Mid-20th Century. South Carolina African American makers. Sweetgrass and other natural materials. All in great condition. Average size is 10” x 8”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

668. Gullah Baskets 6 Matts and Flat Basket.

c. Mid-1800’s-1900’s. Sweetgrass, pine needles and oak. All in great condition. Average size is 11” w. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65


669. Gullah Reed & Sweetgrass Trivets and Mini Cups.

c. 1970-80. Sweetgrass and reeds with other natural material. All in great condition. Largest is 17” diameter. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. Est. $200-400. Ship: $65

Lot 669. Tray for Mini Cups

671. Gullah Sweetgrass Baskets Six Baskets With Lids.

670. Gullah Sweetgrass Baskets

c. 1980-90. Sweetgrass and natural materials. Great condition. Average size is 9” w x 5” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

Group Of Eight Unique Works. c. 1980-90. Sweetgrass and natural material. Great condition. Largest is 16” diameter. One basket is a spittoon and at least one other appears to be a work in progress. The Old Slave Mart under the direction of Chase and Graves had baskets in various forms of progress on display to show basket making construction. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. Est. $200-400. Ship: $65

672. Oak Work Baskets Six Split Oak Baskets. c. 1930’s-80’s. Split oak and natural material. Probably made to carry eggs and berries. Good condition. Largest is 15” diameter x 15” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85

673. Unknown Maker Long Leaf Needle Pine Basket. Excellent condition. Tight construction. 9” x 2.5”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $35

674. Cotton Work Baskets 3 Large Cotton Harvest Baskets. c. 1930-50. Large split oak baskets. All in good condition. Largest is 26” diameter. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. Est. $100-200. Ship: $125 Page 165


Lot 675. Slave-Made Gourd Head Banjo (detail)


Lot 678. Bottlecap Basket


Historic Musical Instrument

676. African American Maker One Stringer & Five String Banjos.

675. Slave Made Musical Instrument Gourd Head Banjo.

c. 1859. Carved wood neck with gourd and tin. Great original patina. Excellent condition. 26.5” long x 7” d. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. This piece is featured in WORLD 1994 and COUNTRY HOME, 1997. Exhibited at The Georgia Museum of Art, 1985, Tokyo, Japan 1987, The McKissick Museum, University of South Carolina America I Am: The African American Imprint United States Exhibition Tour 20099012. Est. 3,000-5,000. Ship: $65

c. 1920’s-50’s. San Felice cigar box with wood neck bearing an inscribed cross within a circle, a Congo cosmogram, cat gut string and plywood stained box. Both are in great condition. Largest is 33” h x 5” w. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. One on left is featured in VISIONS 1992 and COUNTRY HOME 1997. Est. $500-800. Ship: $85

Country Home, Jan. 1997

677. Musical Instrument Make-Do Five String Banjo.

c. 1936. Florida. Combination of handmade and manufactured instrument. Wooden carved neck with metal bottom. Skin is broken, otherwise good condition. 31” h x 12” diameter. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-400. Ship: $85

679. Anonymous African American

Basket.

c. 1940’s-60’s. Handmade from bottlecaps, gold paint, metal armature with lid bottom. Coastal Georgia Low Country. 9” diameter x 13.5” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. This piece was used as Acacia Logo before acquiring Old Slave Mart Collection. Featured in WORLD 1994, page 15. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

680. Cotton Gin Mill Scale Model

Carved Soapstone Male Head.

Inscribed, “Savannah, 1919.” Carved soapstone. 3” x 2.25” x 1.5”. Book is included in lot. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Featured in Telfair Museum Art Catalog, 1996, pg. 109. Exhibited Telfair Museum of Art, Georgia “Art In Savannah 1900-1960.” Est. $200-300. Ship: $35 Page 168

Original ACACIA COLLECTION Logo 678. Bottlecap Sculpture

679. Telfair Museum Catalog, pg. 109

Southern Gin House comes is a miniature, 3 foot high model of an actual gin house including miniature steam pump used to provide power to the cotton gin and a miniature double cotton gin. The back of the house is open allowing the viewer to inspection the interior detains along with the gin and pump. Good to fair condition. 42” h x 40” w x 29”. Provenance: H. Blatner Antiques, Savannah, GA. The Acacia Collection acquired in 1992 and this was considered a centerpiece of the collection. Est. $500-800. Buyer is responsible for shipping.


681. Plantation Cooking Utensils Handmade Caldron & Metal Cookware. c. 1830-early 1900’s. African American Blacksmiths. Cast iron, copper and tin with other mixed media including paint, wire. Lot includes large caldron, cast iron cooking pot originally painted black with wire bail and wire side ring, cast iron cooking pot with three legs, copper pot handmade by plantation blacksmith, which originally had tin inside, has iron handle - from Wilson collection and said to have been used to cook rice and hominy grits. Left-handed copper dipper made by African American blacksmith with wood handle used in making sugar - it has a double lip that holds back the scum as syrup is poured into molds - see Afro American Art & Craft by Chase pg. 91. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. The Caldron exhibited at The Telfair Museum Owens Thomas House. Cooking pots featured in The Black Book by Middleton Harris, pg. 106. Est. $300-500. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

682. Mill Stones Mill Stones With Geometric Patterns. Carved stone. The Grinding Mill stone replaced the Mortar and pestle. Both are in great condition. 22.5” diameter x 3.5”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. Found under a cabin along with a rice sickle near Awendaw, SC in Georgetown County. Obtained by Mr. Peter Alston, Janitor of the Old Slave Mart Museum. He carried the stone on his head for 5 miles, then 30 miles by car to present as a gift to Mrs. Chase. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

683. Old Slave Mart Slave Made Bricks, Pantiles, Moulding Fragments.

Box lot of slave made bricks and building materials. Charleston, SC, St. Martinsville, LA, Port Royal, VA, Medway Plantation, Boone Hall Plantation, Vicksburg, MS County Courthouse origins. Some are sun-dried, others are oven-dried. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and the Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-500. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

683. Slave Quarters Boone Hall Plantation Near Charleston, S.C. where one of the bricks is from.

684. Variety of Maps South Carolina, Africa and Charleston.

Lot includes Plantations of South Carolina Elliman and Mullally Charleston, Ca. 1937, Africa with European Settlements By Thomas Kitchen Senr Ca 1783, African settlements Par N. Sanson 1669, Plan of the siege of Charleston 1780 Drawn by S (amuel) Lewis, Ca. 1808, and others including 12 rolled maps with multiple images inside. Ink and color on paper. Also included is metal stamp on board. All fair to good condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-500. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

685. Map Of Charleston District, S.C. Surveyed by Charles Vignoles & Henry Ravenel.

1820 surveyed. Improved, 1825. Ink on large paper. Some very minor areas of discoloration and minor paper creasing, otherwise very good condition. Size with frame is 38” w x 40” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Page 169


686. African American Quilter Patchwork Quilt Top With Newspaper Backing.

c. 1940-50’s. Hand-stitched, attached to backing. Great condition. 72” x 82”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

687. African American Quilter Piecemeal Strip Quilt.

c. 1950’s. Found in Savannah, GA. Cotton. Light-weight. Great condition. 77” x 64”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $400-800. Ship: $45

688. African American Quilter Lopsided Random Wool Quilt.

c. 1930-40’s. Hand-sewn wool scrap piece quilt. Good condition. 73” x 48”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

691. Anonymous Circle Pattern Quilt.

c. 1960-70’s. Light-weight cotton. 81” x 72”. Excellent condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

689. African American Quilter Ten Bold Blocks Quilt.

c. 1950’s. Hand-stitched cotton piece quilt. Some tears, otherwise good to fair condition. 65” x 80”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

690. Anna Burns African Design Bright Yellow Piece Quilt. c. 1960-70’s. Hand-stitched cotton quilt. Mid-weight. Great condition. 76” x 60”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Exhibited The Beach Institute African American Cultural Center, Savannah, GA, 1997. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

693. Blind African American Woman Pink And White Woven Rug.

692. Sarah Mary Taylor Repeating Name And Address Quilt.

Hand-sewn cotton. “SARAH M TAYLOR 325 HAMILTON ST YAZOO CITY MISS.” Light-weight. Excellent condition. 54” x 60”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45 Page 170

c. 1950. Hand-woven wood rug by a blind woman. Excellent condition. 55” x 30”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. Featured on page 103 The Black Book by Middleton Harris. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

694. Quilt Tops Group Of Eleven Quilt Tops.

Plaid, Kite, Block, Pinwheel, and Turtle Patterns. A variety of sizes. All in good to great condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $500-1,000. Ship: $65


c. 1957. Cornelius Sutton, Jr. Sitting in one of his family rocking chairs at his home in Camden, SC.

695. Cornelius Sutton, Sr. (ex-Slave)

Pair of Chairs.

Rocker And Chair. c. mid 19th century. Mulberry Plantation, Camden, SC. Rocker and chair are handmade using a draw blade with woven corn shuck seats and painted with haint blue or green buttermilk paint. the rocker is 41” h x 26” x 28”. Great condition with original paint. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart. Featured on page 85 of Afro American Art and Craft by Chase. Born with a club foot, Sutton was taught the art of chairmaking because it could be done in a seated position. Astraddle a special workbench and using draw knives, he painstakingly shaped his chairs and rockers which usually were stained green and always had twisted and woven corn shuck seats. Est. $500-800. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

Right: Oversized, ladder-back with twisted corn shuck seat, North Carolina. Exhibited: Telfair Museum of Art, Owens Thomas Slave Quarters Reframing a Perceptual Paradigm: A Jerome Meadows Installation, Telfair Academy, 2009. Left: Ladder-back chair with hide seat. Homemade black enamel paint over haint blue. Coastal, GA. Tallest is 34” x 16” x 12”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Featured in Owens Thomas House by Tania June Sammons. Est. $200-300. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

699. African American

697. African American

Plant Stand.

Make-Do Plow Rocking Chair. c. early 20th century. Orangeburg, South Carolina. This piece started out as a regular chair, but later parts of an old plow were attached as runners to make a rocking chair. Carved finials, remnant haint blue coloration, otherwise good condition. 37” h x 18” x 13”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. H. Paul Blatner, Savannah, GA. Exhibited: Telfair Museum of Art, Owens Thomas House Slave Quarters. Est. $300-500. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

696. African American

698. African American

Nov. 20, 1944. Dated but year is very difficult to read. Carved wood and tree limbs with silver paint. Excellent condition. 29” h x 19.5” x 15”. Lot includes studio photo of African American woman next to similar stand in the 1940’s in Savannah, GA. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $300-500. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

Twig Table. c. 1918-40. Round top, decorated with sycamore balls, silver and other remnant paint. 36.5” h x 24” x 16” diameter. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Featured in Country Home 1997. Exhibited McKissick Museum, University of S.C. Columbia. Alex Raskins Antiques, Savannah, GA. Est. $300-500. Buyer ships.

701. Old Slave Mart Box Lot of Wooden Furniture And Boards.

700. African American Make-Do Table And Smoking Stand. c. 1920-45. Tree limbs, twigs, vines and boards with stain and paint. Great condition. Make-Do Tripod Twig Table, 29” h. has dark green paint with veve-type design outline in silver paint from South Carolina, Acquired from The Red Piano Gallery, St. Helena Island, GA in 1991. The Smoking Stand is 27” h and is decorated in the Af. American style from Savannah, GA, acquired from H. Paul Blatner. Excellent condition, but missing top of cigarette section. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $300-500. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

Wall hangings, stools, end tables, etc. all in good to fair condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-500. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

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702. Afro American Hall Trees.

704. Afro American

703. Afro American

c. 1918-40’s. Tree limb, twig and vines attached and some paint. Fair condition has some loss to branches. Largest is 81” h. Provenance: Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Tallest was exhibited in High Museum’s Atlanta exhibition, Georgia Collects. Alex Raskin Antiques, Savannah, GA. Est. $500-800. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

Three Hall Trees.

c. 1920’s-40’s. Tree limbs, twigs with attached vines. Some paint. All in fair condition with loss. Average size is 68” h. Provenance: Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-300. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

705. Primitive Tools Large Grouping of Tools.

c. 19th century. Lot includes plow, hoes, sickles, saws, axes, tar scraping tools, knives, kraut cuter, rice tester, etc. All in used and as-found condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Some items appear in Afro American Art and Craft by Chase. Est. $1,000-2,000. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

Three Tables and One Corner What-Not Shelf.

c. 1930-45. Tree limbs, vines and boards with stain and paint. Good to great condition. Tallest is 53” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. The tall center piece was acquired from Paul DeVivo, Savannah, GA to the Museum. It was created by an African American maker from Savannah and was in his residence for over four decades before it was sold. Est. $200-300. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

706. Primitive Tools & Fence Parts Hand-forged Metal.

c. 19th century. Oyster claws, bed warmer, metal press, ice claws, etc. All in good to great condition. Largest is 39” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Some of these tools appear in America History of Our Nation, Prentice Hall, 2010. Est. $500-800. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

707. Hand-Forged Metal Locks, Keys, Hinges, Andirons, Nails.

c. 19th century. All in good to great condition. Largest andiron is 22” h x 16” long. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Some of these tools appear in America History of Our Nation, Prentice Hall, 2010. Est. $800-1,200. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

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708. Primitive Household Goods Quilt clamps, Washboard, Irons, Bells, Candle Maker.

c. 19th century. All in good to great condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Some of these tools appear in America History of Our Nation, Prentice Hall, 2010. Some items are featured in The Black Book by Middleton Harris. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85


709. Old Slave Mart Entire Library of Books, Periodicals & Magazines.

26 boxes of books from 1800’s-1980’s. More than 500 books and 13 boxes of Periodicals and Magazines (over 120 examples). Original inventory list can be found online: http://acaciacollection.com/pdf_file s/6-Documents-Money-andBooks.pdf (note: Slotin Auction has not cross-reference to make sure the lists match up). Several of the books are signed including Roots, signed in 1977 by Alex Haley to Adolphus Ealey curator of The Barnett-Aden Collection of Black Art which became part of the Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart. Est. Priceless! Buyer is responsible for shipping.

710. Old Slave Mart Giant Box Lot of Museum Ephemera.

47 Boxes including miscellaneous posters, prints, museum info cards, notebooks, newspaper articles, info on museum collections, bank records and so much more! Est. Priceless! Buyer is responsible for shipping.

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711. Old Slave Mart

712. Miriam B. Wilson

Photos, Slides and Negatives

Box Lot of Family Photos and Awards.

Entire museum collection. Collection includes slides to Mrs. Chases’ Lecture series.

Photos and awards belonging to Miriam B. Wilson, founder of the The Old Slave Mart Museum. The Old Slave Mart Museum in Charleston, South Carolina was founded in 1937 by Miriam B. Wilson as a museum of black slave crafts and related African artifacts. The museum was operated as a private, non-profit organization until her death in 1959. After Wilson's death, the Miriam B. Wilson Foundation was created to operate and manage the Old Slave Mart Museum. Also included is The Diary and Sundry Observations of Thomas A. Edison, Ca. 1948, Autographed to Miss Miriam Wilson in appreciation of all her help at The Edison Birthplace, Milan, Ohio by Madeline Edison Sloane (Thomas Edison’s Daughter). Good condition. Est. Priceless! Ship: $45

List of Negatives and photos can be found online: http://acaciacollection.com/pdf_files/3-Photographs-and-Negatives.pdf (note: Slotin Auction has not confirmed that all of the photos listed online are included).

Est. Priceless! Ship: Buyer is responsible for shipping.

714. Bower Show Print Ellen E. Armstrong Poster and Photo.

Print on poster. “Going Fine Since 1889” “Magician & Cartoonist In Her Modern - Marvelous Matchless Merrymaking March Thru Mysterland”

715. World War I 713. The Colored Cadet At West Point & Two-Fold Slavery Of United States. Flipper and Marshall Hall.

c. 1878. Autobiography of the first black cadet at West Point by Henry O. Flipper. Provenance: The Old Slave Mart. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $35

716. Charles Byrd Pie Safe.

c. 1930-40’s. Savannah, GA. Found board, and wire screen with stain. Good condition. 55” h x 26” x 14” d. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-400. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

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Cloth Linen Used For Airplane Wing. “If Laughing Hurts You...Stay At Home.” Excellent condition. Image is 14” w x 22” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

c. 1918. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 15” w x 12” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $35 Lot 714. Photo of Ellen Armstrong included.

717. Machine Manufactured Furniture. China Cabinet. With Curved Glass.

c. 1925-1935. Wood and glass with wooden shelves. This manufactured china cabinet became a symbol of middle class respectability and was found in such homes throughout America. The tradition was especially strong among African Americans. Good condition. 56” h x 34” x 15”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. H. Paul Blatner, Savannah, GA, from a longestablished African American home. Est. $300-500. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

718. African American Maker Make-Do Folk China Cabinet.

c. 1920-40. Found panel wood and glass. Poor condition, cracked glass and wobbly frame work. 69” h x 30” x 17” d. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-300. Buyer is responsible for shipping.


719. Margaret T. Burroughs (1917-2010)

Seven Line Cut Block Prints.

One is signed. Average size is 18” w x 22” h. All in excellent condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Margaret Burroughs was the founder of DuSable Museum in Chicago, which is now affiliated with The Smithsonian. In 1962, she traveled by Greyhound bus to Charleston, S.C. especially to visit Mrs. Chase and to obtain ideas from the Old Slave Mart Museum in order to set up her own museum in Chicago. Originally called “Ebony Museum,” it was the second oldest museum of Black history. In a statement after her death, President Obama, who began his political career in Chicago, paid tribute to Mrs. Burroughs’s “contributions to American culture” and her “commitment to underserved communities through her children’s books, art workshops and community centers that both inspired and educated young people about African-American culture.” Est. $500-800. Ship: $100

720. M.E. Baker Cotton Plant.

c. 1900. Signed. Oil on canvas. Tear in upper middle, otherwise good condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. This piece was painted for the artist’s brother who was a cotton farmer in Augusta, GA. 36” w x 46” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $125

722. Anonymous African American Wood Carving Of Alligator.

721. Alice Scott Five Works Depicting Old Charleston Street Vendors

c. 1940-50’s. Signed and dated. Watercolor and ink on paper. All in excellent condition. Largest is 6” x 9” image, 10” x 14” frame. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

c. 1930-45. Not signed. Carved and varnished wood. Excellent condition. 17.5” long x 3” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Exhibited at The McKissick Museum, University of South Carolina, Columbia. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

724. Ginny Hancock Fanning Rice.

723. F.M. Follett

Signed. Not dated. Watercolor on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 9” w x 12” h. 724. View with frame. Frame is 16” w x 20” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

Booker T. Washington.

Signed. Pencil and ink on paper. Sketched for Life Magazine c. 1951. Minor stains and tears, otherwise good condition. Size with frame is 22” w x 29” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65

726. Sidney N. Weston 725. Ginny Hancock The Wake On James Island.

1973. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 16” w x 14” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-300. Ship: $35

Vegetable Man & Basket Making.

Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas. Man is in poor condition. Basket maker is in excellent condition. Largest is 30” w x 40”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-400. Ship: $100

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727. African American Shoes, Purses, Tools & Fans.

c. 19th-20th C. Lot includes Wedding Slippers made on straight last, c. 19th c. Dancing Slippers, Shoe Last - slavemade of handcarved wood, exhibited Anacostia Museum (note: right and left shoes as we know them were not introduced until 1860, Folk Art Basket far right made out of greeting cards. see Afro-American Art & Craft by Chase, pg. 86 and The Black Book by Middleton Harris. Church fans with funeral advertisement, purse, etc. All in good to great condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

728. Rev. Paul Wm. Baxter Shoe Shine Boxes & Ephemera.

c. 1940-50’s. Lot includes Baxter’s barber’s license, photos and his personal bible. Painted wooden shoe shine boxes. All in great condition. Average box is 12” x 7 x 7”. The Acacia Collection. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65

730. Unknown Maker Pair of Handmade Child’s Banks.

Red sheet metal bank is c. 1920-30’s, Savannah, GA. Made by a local tinsmith. Featured in World 1994 and Country Home 1997. Green bank is inscribed, July 4, 79. Both in good condition. Largest is 11” x 7” x 7”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

729. Plantation Horn Plain Hunting Horn.

Not signed. Bull horn. Great condition. 11” x 2.5”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-300. Ship: $35

732. Royal Munster Fusiliers Zulu Warrior Head Pipe.

731. African American Photography

Momento pipe for General Fitzpatrick (1872-1901) for service in South African campaigns. Carved briar wood. Excellent condition. Size with case is 8” long x 3” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35

Photos, Tin Types, Cabinet Cards And Framed Works.

All are good to great condition. Largest framed work is 18” w x 21” h. Prov.: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-300. Ship: $85

732. Pipe case with inscription.

735. Goedewaagen’s PIJP 734. Briarwood Pipes Three Pipes

Carved briarwood. Man’s Head Pipe is stamped. Excellent condition. largest is 5” x 6.5” . Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $100-200. Ship: $35 Page 176

Nubian Pipe.

c. 1880-1900. Clay. Gouda, Holland. 6” long. Excellent condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Thomas W. Johnson, Collector, Savannah, GA. Est. $100-200. Ship: $35

733. Tobacco Bag & Stamps Ligget & Myers Bag with Tin Stamps From Taylor & Black Maria.

All North Carolina Companies. Great condition. Framed together. 3.5” w x 5” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-300. Ship: $25

736. Tobacco-Related Catlin Pipes.

c. Early 20th Century. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Thomas W. Johnson, Collector, Savannah, GA. These were very popular pipes in the Southeastern coastal area. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45


739. African American Group Of Decorative Items.

737. Unknown Maker Black Boy and Girl Dolls. c. 1930’s. Pristine condition. Beautifully preserved cotton and mixed media dolls. Excellent condition. Each is 13.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

738. Group of Black Dolls Marie Dudley and Other Makers.

c. 1920-40. All are hand made cloth and mixed media. Average size is 11” h. Lot includes Topsy Turvey Doll inspired by Uncle tom’s Cabin, ca. late 1940’s (based on earlier versions from the 19th century. Thought to be originally a slave servant for a white doll), and a mammy doll, c. 1920. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

Folk Art lamps, boxes and other decorative works. Lady’s purse on top middle was still in use in the 1970’s - there was a power bill for $12 found inside Featured in Country Home 1997 - Exhibited at Beach Institute African American Cultural Center, Savannah, GA 1996-97. Folk Jewelry Box (bottom left) handmade for son for mother while in prison, Savannah, GA., Featured in World, 1994 and Country Home 1997. Carved wood and matchstick constructions with mixed media. Average size is 10” x 15”. All in good to great condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $300-600. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

740. Small Spinning Wheel From The Collection of Dottie Brannen.

c. 1850’s. Wood. 34” h. Was repaired and refinished about 40 years ago. Fair condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. H. Paul Blatner Antiques, Savannah, GA. This item has belonged to the mother of Dottie Brannen of Savannah. Mrs. Brannens’s mother, a South Carolinian by birth, indicated that the spinning wheel had been in her family for many yeas and had fallen apart. Mrs. Brannens husband repaired and refinished it. The small spinning wheel was once in wide used throughout the South especially where it was used by women in the home and on plantations by slave and free women. Est. $300-500. Buyer is responsible for ship.

741. DeMuth MFG. Co. Improved Dough Kneader and Beaten Biscuit Machine.

c. late 19th c. One of the first kitchen labor savers. This machine shorten the process of dough making to about an hour. Painted black iron base in trestle style, with white marble top and steel hand cranked rollers labeled, “DeMuth Mfg. Co. St. Joseph MO”. Provenance: Old Slave Mart acquired in 1954. Est. $300-500. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

743. African American Quilter 742. Georgia Maker Make-Do Child’s Bed.

Created from heavy plumber’s pipes. Great condition. 36” long x 16” h x 18” w. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-300. Ship: $100

744. Contemporary African American Nine Works.

c. 1960-90’s. Punched tin, wire and bead basket, bottle cap figure and painted mixed media boxes. Shredded tin can purse in center displayed at the Beach Institute African American Center Savannah, GA “Tradition and Transformation: Art From A Culture of Making Do.” Decorated Cigar Box Holder bottom right is and top Cigar Box, “To Mom & Pop from Them Walker Boys Paul and Carl, 1999, and bottom Metal spike Box all by Paul E. Walker. Middle figure is a Gullah Vendor image from Savannah, GA. Ornamental dish made of safety pins, All in great to good condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85

Pair of Velvet Child’s Quilts.

c. 1930’s. Hand-stitched cotton and velvet piecework quilt. Tears and loss to one, otherwise fair to good condition. Each is 36” x 55”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

745. Dave Davidson & Others Art Grouping.

c. 1960’s. Mixed media. All in good condition. Largest is 28” x 24”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-400. Ship: $150

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Lot 757. 10 Double-Sided Knock Down Dolls


Lot 766. African American Funeral Memory Jug


746. Anonymous Mirrored Hanging Pocket Hat Rack.

Silvered backed mirror with cow horn encrusted with shells on top, wood backing and bottom pocket which is heavily decorated. Lots of age and patina. Overall, great condition. 20” x 23” x 5”. Est. $500-800. Ship: $85

748. Anonymous

747. Yard Sculpture

Concrete Dog With Encrusted Rocks.

Red and Black Horse.

c. 1950. Not signed or dated. Cast and painted concrete with years of overpainting. Beautifully decayed lawn art. Lots of loss, otherwise interesting condition. 22” h x 22” long x 9” w. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $200-300. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

c. 1950’s. Not signed or dated. Concrete and natural rocks from Missouri yard environment. Great condition. 23” h x 29” long x 13” w. Provenance: The John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $500-800. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

751. Found Object Art Muffler Man.

749. Anonymous Mosaic Birdhouse.

Cement, glass, tile and other mixed media. Not signed. Very heavy. Great condition. 13” h x 15” x 15”. Est. $300-500. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

750. Environmental Garden Large Metal Vases.

2 heavy metal vases. Well-weathered with rust. Outdoor vases. Great environmental condition. 13” h x 20” diameter. Est. $500-800. Ship: $200

753. African American Cane Cane With Fetish-Like Embellishments.

752. Anonymous 4 Heavy Stone Balls & 3 Carved Wooden Balls with Metal Rings. Carved stone, wood, metal. Great condition. Largest is 11” diameter. Est. $200-300. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Page 180

c. 1970’s. Not signed. Hand-painted wood with lots of mixed media attached and electric tape. Good condition. 35” h. Provenance: The John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Exhibited at James Madison University. This cane was purchased directly from an elderly African American man waiting for a bus in the city of St. Louis. The doll heads, bone, and fetish-like plastic toys is an excellent example of traditional African art. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

A fully three-dimensional construction wearing a metal cap and belt, with lug nut buttons. A work of found objects: a muffler, exhaust pipes, cut out metal for a cap, lug nuts for eyes, nuts for buttons and various car or truck part for ears and nose, and fingers. 52” h x 28” w x 12” at the feet. He was made by the owner of a muffler shop in northwestern Georgia in the late 20th c. and mounted out front. He is a nice size, the condition is sturdy and excellent, with minor weathering from outdoor use. Est. 500-800. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

754. A.J. Mohammed Black and White Cane With Horns.

c. late 1980’s. African American cane, black with white horns. Hand-painted wood and carved pouch with leather. 35” h. Excellent condition. Purchased directly from the artist in Yazoo City, MS. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

755. Anonymous Cast Iron Rabbit Mask.

Nice patina. Great condition. 12” x 8.5” x 6.5”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45


758. H. C. Evans & Co. Schicklegruber's Shoppe WWII Propaganda Banner.

757. Circus 10 Double-Sided Knock Down Dolls.

756. Circus Two Pairs of Carnival Punks.

c. 1940’s. “By and Jim.” Handmade cloth dolls. Great to excellent condition with expected wear. Average size is 16” h. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $55

c. 1940’s. Paint and mixed media on heavy canvas. All in great condition with expected wear. Tallest is 14” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

c. 1940's . Paint on heavy canvas. On the banner is the image of a stereotypical Chinese figure, probably representing Chiang Kai Shek, leader of China, with rolling pin (weapon) in hand and ready to attack the caricature of the rat. The rat image representing Adolf Hitler. Also, the surname "Schicklgruber " (misspelled on the banner), is a direct reference to Adolf Hitler. Adolf Hitler's father's surname was "Schicklgruber," before changing it to “Hitler." Furthermore, Adolf Hitler was also referred to as Adolf Schicklgruber in a derogatory manner in reference to his father's illegitimate birth. 40" x 50". Reverse of canvas stenciled "H. C. Evans & Co., Chicago Ill." Some wear to paint, otherwise good condition. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $45

759. Circus Freakshow Banner Human Volcano.

c. 1970’s. Not signed. Paint on mid-weight canvas. Some paint wear and loss, otherwise great condition. 56” w x 85” h. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $55

761. Circus 760. Circus & Sideshows Six Vintage Photos.

1930’s-40’s. All in great condition. Average size is 5” x 3.5”. Frames are 10” x 8”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

762. Anonymous 14 Miniature French Punch & Judy Dolls.

Hand-carved, painted wood with cloth. Great condition. Average size is 7” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $35

764. Carnival Small Wooden Knock Down Pins.

Paint on wood. Used and well-worn condition, otherwise great condition. Each is 7” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

Black and White Circus Tightrope Photo.

Not signed. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 14” w x 17” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $35

763. AL G. Kelly & Miller Bros. Circus Poster Sept. 5 Jacksonville.

1955. Ink on paper. Great condition. Size with frame is 30” w x 23” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $65

765. Carnival Milk Bottle Knock Downs.

Paint on aluminum bottles. Used and well-worn condition, otherwise great condition. Each is 8” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

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766. African American Maker Funeral Memory Jug.

c. 1930’s. Bottle encrusted with beads, bullets, coins and a plastic skull on top. Some loss and damage to bottom, otherwise great condition. 13” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $55

768. James Bleddy

767. Whimsey Bottle Pair of Cotton Puff Ball on Elaborate Wooden Spinning Wheels and Trees.

Pair Of Whimsey Bottles.

Not signed. Cotton balls, beads, string and wood inside early glass bottles. Excellent condition. Tallest is 9.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

769. Whimsey Bottle

770. Whimsey Bottle

Three Colored Crosses With Ladders And Tools.

Three Spinning Wheels Inside Of Glass Bottles.

Not signed. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. Average size is 10” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

771. Whimsey Bottle Crucifixion.

1989. Dated, not signed. Religious paper cut-out, attached to painted wooden crosses and other mixed media inside large glass bottle. 10.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

Not signed. Carved wood with string. Excellent condition. Average size is 7” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $35

772. Whimsey Bottle Pair Of Flower Boutique Inside Bottles.

Not signed. One is nut of palm, paint. Other is wood with paper flower. Both are in excellent condition. Tallest is 12” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

773. Tramp Art

774. Tramp Art

Group Of Seven Small Frames.

Four Small Frames.

Carved and stained wood. Great condition. Average size is 7” x 6”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45 Page 182

1984. Signed and dated. Red, white and blue string beads on wooden treess with paper labels inside glass bottles. Great condition. Largest is 11.5” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

Carved and varnished wood. Average size is 9” x 11”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45


775. Tramp Art Frame With Mirror.

Chip-carved painted and stained wood. Some loss and weak spots, otherwise good condition. Outside is 21” w x 28” h. Inside 10.75” w x 17.25” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $75

776. Tramp Art Mirror Vanity Top.

Chip-carved wood with velvet and mirror. Great condition. 25” w x 16” x 8.5”. Est. $300-500. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

777. Tramp Art Saal 1882 Heart Hanging Cabinet.

1882. Chip-carved and varnished wood. Great condition. 20” h x 10” x 7”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

779. Tramp Art 778. Tramp Art Pioneer Saw Tooth Picture Frame.

Carved and stained wood with applied leaf and axe decor. Some minor loss, otherwise good condition. 18” x 20” x 1.5”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

Pair Of Boxes With Hearts, Diamonds & Geometric Shapes.

Carved wood with felt. Great condition. Average size is 6” x 10” x 6”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

781. Tramp Art Pair of Felt Top Sewing Boxes.

Chip-carved wood with felt pin cushions. Great condition. Average size is 10” x 11” x 7”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

780. Tramp Art Mini Furniture Boxes.

Chip-carved and stained wood. Good condition. Average size is 8” x 6” x 3”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

782. Tramp Art Pair Of Elongated Boxes. Chip-carved and stained wood. Great condition. 7” x 15” x 9” each. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

785. Tramp Art Frame With German Birth Certificate.

783. Tramp Art Pair of Keepsake Boxes.

1896. Chip-carved wood with brass plate. Great condition. Average size is 5” x 10” x 7”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

784. Tramp Art Pair of Reddish Colored Pyramid Boxes. Chip-carved wood with reddish varnish. Great condition. Average size is 8” x 13” x 7”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

c. 1900. Chip-carved wood frame with felt. Great condition. Outside is 17.5” x 22.5”. Inside is 12.75” x 17.75”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55 Page 183


Lot 797. Spanish Colonial Religious Repentant Carving


786. Anonymous Antique HandDrawn Portrait Of Woman & Dog.

c. 1880-1890. Charcoal on paper. Excellent condition. Size with original glass and grain painted frame. 17” w x 21” h. Well-executed drawing. Great condition. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

787. W.B. Bloush Crucifixion.

788. Anonymous

c. 1880. Signed and titled. Ledger drawing. Rare image of Jesus being nailed to the 787. View with frame. cross. Excellent condition. Image is 12” w x 7” h. Frame is 20” w x 16” h. Provenance: The John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $600-900. Ship: $45

789. Unknown Cut Out Monkey Scene.

Colored cartoon cut out and attached inside frame. Great condition. Size with frame is 11” x 10”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35

Landscape With Cows.

c. late 1800’s. Graphite on paper. Minor browning of paper due to age, otherwise great condition. Size with original painted frame is 16” w x 14” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

790. Carl Pair Of Cool Cats.

1966. Signed and dated. Carved and stained wood. Excellent condition. Tallest is 12” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

791. E. Hamel Lion.

1956. Signed and dated. Carved and stained wood. Excellent condition. 7” x 11” x 5”. Est. $200-400. Ship $45

793. Odd Fellows Curved Handle Spade.

c. 1890. Carved and painted wood. Minor wear, otherwise excellent condition. 34” long. Est. $200-400. Ship: $65

792. Unknown Preacher At The Podium.

Not signed. Carved and stained wood. Great condition. 12” h x 4” x 4”. Est. $100-200. Ship: $45

794. Unknown Wooden Challis.

Signed, but illegible. Carved wood cup with five strange figures. Repair to base, otherwise good condition. 6.5” h x 4” diameter. Est. $100-200. Ship $35

796. Anonymous Black & White Cowboys On Horse and Bucking Bronco.

795. Anonymous Folk Art Box Drawer With Inlayed Wooden Designs.

c. 1930-40’s. Carved and stained wood. Natural wood split in back, otherwise good condition. 7” x 9” x 3”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

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c. 1940’s. Not signed. Carved and painted wood with mixed media. Lots of breaks and repairs, but overall good condition. Average size is 8” x 7” x 3”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45


798. Isaac Santiago Abstracto No. 1.

1926. Signed, titled, dated with N.Y, N.Y. Religious painting of Corpus Christi, detailing letter from Book of John. Paint on wood with hand-painted verse. Excellent condition. 12” w x 35” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

797. Anima Sola Spanish Colonial Religious Repentant Carving.

c. 19th century. Carved wood with gesso and paint. Make-do repair on back and minor chips, otherwise great condition. 43” w x 21” h. Based on Roman Catholic tradition, the Anima Sola or Lonely Soul is an image depicting a soul in purgatory, popular in Latin America, as well as much of Andalusia, Naples and Palermo. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $250

800. Tramp Art

799. Anonymous

Folded Paper Cross.

c. 19th century. German-American origin. Folded gold painted paper framed to velvet. Excellent condition. Size with original frame is 12” w x 17” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

Baby Religious Santo.

c. 1800-1900’s. Carved and polychromed wood with glass eyes, silver crown. Some loss to arm, otherwise fair condition. Size with glass dome is 17” h. Est. $400-800. Ship: $150

801. Afghan War Rug

802. Afghan War Rug

Four Helicopters.

Ten Tanks.

Not signed. Hand-woven wood war rug. Excellent condition with bright colors. 43” x 67”. Large. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

803. Afghan War Rug Weapons.

Hand-woven wool rug with pictorial tank, grenades, helicopter, guns, etc. Excellent condition. 27” x 36”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

Not signed. Hand-woven wood war rug. Excellent condition with bright colors. 43” x 67”. Large. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

804. Afghan War Rug USSR Withdrawal.

1989. Titled and dated. Hand-woven wool rug with map and weapons, depicting the Soviet occupation. Excellent condition. 24” x 30”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

805. Afghan War Rug Peace.

Hand-woven wool rug with U.S. and Afghan flags and dove. Excellent condition. 26” x 32”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45 Page 187


Lot 815. Roger Francois Page


Lot 820. Oval Prayer Images

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807. Badji Malang Market in Dakar.

1965. Signed and dated. Senegalese, Diola Tribe. African Art. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 22” w x 20” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum which held a One-Man Show for Malang. Announcement of the show in The News and Courier, Charleston, SC. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

806. Badji Malang Busy Market in Dakar.

1965. Signed and dated. Senegalese, Diola Tribe. African Art. Oil on upson board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 31” x 21” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum which held a One-Man Show for Malang. Announcement of the show in The News and Courier, Charleston, SC. Est. $300-500. Ship: $75

810. Badji Malang

809. Badji Malang Village Dance.

Drummers #23.

1966. Signed and dated. Paint on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 31” w x 26” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum which held a One-Man Show for Malang. Announcement of the show in The News and Courier, Charleston, SC. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85

1966. Signed and dated. Pastel on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 30” w x 25” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum which held a One-Man Show for Malang. Announcement of the show in The News and Courier, Charleston, SC. Est. $300-500. Ship: $75

808. Badji Malang Drummers.

1965. Signed and dated. Senegalese, Diola Tribe. African Art. Heavy oil on masonite. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 19” w x 24” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum which held a One-Man Show for Malang. Announcement of the show in The News and Courier, Charleston, SC. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

811. Badji Malang Underwater Scene.

1966. Signed and dated. Paint on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 31” w x 26” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum which held a One-Man Show for Malang. Announcement of the show in The News and Courier, Charleston, SC. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85

814. Bakoko Rene & Okard & Others 15 Works.

812. Kodo Village in Seeherejs.

1969. Signed, dated and titled. Excellent condition. 24” w x 18” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55 Page 190

813. Badji Malang Male & Female Tji Wara.

1966. Signed and dated. Oil on artist board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 17” x 26” h each. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

c. 20th century. Signed. Bakoko Rene is an African Protege of the Harmon Foundation. African Art, Congo Brazzaville Gouache and India Ink on paper. Good to great condition. Largest with frame is 32” x 27”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-400. Ship: $85


MASTERPIECE CARVING 815. Roger Francois

816. Gabriel Bien-Aime Expulsion From Garden Of Eden.

Madonna & Child.

c. 20th century. Signed. La Belle Creole, Port au Prince, Haiti. Carved and varnished wood. Excellent condition. 33” h x 11” x 12”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Museum. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $75

818. Haitian Voodoo Flag St. Jacquesmajeau.

Sewn sequins beads on satin and cloth. Excellent condition. 30” w x 20” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35

Signed. Not dated. Wellweathered cut metal. Great condition. 21” x 15”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

817. Central American Jaguar Masks.

Paint and fur and mixed media on leather. Great condition. Largest is 14” h x 20” w. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

819. Haitian Voodoo Flag Aguoue Ta Royo.

Sewn sequins, beads on satan cloth. Excellent condition. 30” x 30”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35

820. Allermo Oval Prayer Images.

Yarn and bees wax on found cardboard barrel top. Excellent condition. Writing on verso. 23.5” diameter. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

822. African Barbershop Sign City Boy Art Works

821. Molas Three Early Works.

Signed. Paint on board. Environmental condition, otherwise great condition. 46” w x 21” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $85

c. 1970. Hand-sewn cotton and cloth with great designs. Some wear and fading, otherwise good condition. Each is about 19” x 15”. Est. $200-400. Ship: $35

823. Colonial African Safari Scene.

Not signed or dated. Carved and painted wood-relief plaque. Excellent condition. 36” w x 12” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $65

824. International Whirligig Indian On Horseback.

Mixed media, bamboo and tin. Great condition. 36” x 25” h x 3”. Est. $100-200. Ship: $85 Page 191


Lot 828. Ester Bruno Nangala

Lot 825 Kudditji Kngwarreye (detail)


826. Kudditji Kngwarreye

825. Kudditji Kngwarreye

Bright Lines.

(b. 1925)

Paint on unstretched canvas. 43” w x 67” h. Excellent condition. Provenance: The Estate of Kevin Reid, owner of the Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery in Savannah, GA. Est. $3,000-6,000. Ship: $100

Colorful Squares.

Paint on unstretched canvas. 42” w x 82” h. Excellent condition. Provenance: The Estate of Kevin Reid, owner of the Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery in Savannah, GA. Est. $3,000-6,000. Ship: $100

827. Kudditji Kngwarreye Earthen Tones.

Paint on unstretched canvas. 43” w x 61” h. Excellent condition.Provenance: The Estate of Kevin Reid, owner of the Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery in Savannah, GA. Est. $3,000-6,000. Ship: $100

828. Ester Bruno Nangala Aboriginal Traditional Pattern.

Signed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 36” w x 47” h. Provenance: The Estate of Kevin Reid, owner of the Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery in Savannah, GA. Est. $2,000-2,500. Ship: $150

829. Lily Kelly Napangardi Midnight With Stars.

Signed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 28” w x 37” h. Provenance: The Estate of Kevin Reid, owner of the Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery in Savannah, GA. Est. $800-1,200. Est. $85

830. Lily Kelly Napangardi Night Sky With Angels.

Signed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 28” w x 37” h. Provenance: The Estate of Kevin Reid, owner of the Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery in Savannah, GA. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

831. Lily Kelly Napangardi White Dot Pattern On Black.

Signed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 23” w x 59” h. Provenance: The Estate of Kevin Reid, owner of the Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery in Savannah, GA. Est. $1,500-2,500. Ship: $100

832. Lily Kelly Napangardi Large Red And White Track On Black.

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Signed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 36” w x 58” h. Provenance: The Estate of Kevin Reid, owner of the Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery in Savannah, GA. Est. $2,500-3,500. Ship: $150

833. Lily Kelly Napangardi Mountain Tracks In White On Black.

Signed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 44” w x 59” h. Provenance: The Estate of Kevin Reid, owner of the Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery in Savannah, GA. Est. $2,500-3,500. Ship: $200


835. Walala Tjapaltjarri Rectangle And Dot Pattern.

Signed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 48” w x 36” h. Provenance: The Estate of Kevin Reid, owner of the Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery in Savannah, GA. Est. $1,500-2,500. Ship: $100

834. Patricia Jackson Napanangka Four Circles In Sand Pattern.

2014. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 48” w x 33” h. Provenance: The Estate of Kevin Reid, owner of the Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery in Savannah, GA. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $100

837. Ray James Tjangala Saw Tooth Pattern.

2015. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 14” w x 42” h. Provenance: The Estate of Kevin Reid, owner of the Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery in Savannah, GA. Est. $700-1,000. Ship: $65

838. Albury David Tjampitjinpa Three Circles In Red.

Signed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 16” w x 37” h. Provenance: The Estate of Kevin Reid, owner of the Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery in Savannah, GA. Est. $200-400. Ship: $65

836. Elizabeth Kunoth Kngwarreye Flower Petals.

Signed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 58” w x 36” h. Provenance: The Estate of Kevin Reid, owner of the Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery in Savannah, GA. Est. $2,000-3,000. Ship: $100

839. Fiona Young Napanangka Small Egg Pattern.

Signed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 28” w x 22” h. Provenance: The Estate of Kevin Reid, owner of the Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery in Savannah, GA. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

841. Jillian Giles Napanangka Small Abstract Pattern.

2015. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. 23” w x 29” h. Provenance: The Estate of Kevin Reid, owner of the Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery in Savannah, GA. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

840. Thomas Tjapaltjarri Red Squares With Ivory Patterns.

Signed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 30” w x 35” h. Provenance: The Estate of Kevin Reid, owner of the Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery in Savannah, GA. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $85

842. Albury David Tjampitjinpa Blue and White Circular Pattern.

Signed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 36” x 36”. Provenance: The Estate of Kevin Reid, owner of the Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery in Savannah, GA. Est. $400-600. Ship: $85

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844. Jimmy Lee Sudduth

843. Jimmy Lee Sudduth

Dancing Couple.

Self-Portrait.

Signed. Not dated. Paint and mud on board. Great condition. 24” w x 48” h. Est. $300-600. Ship: $75

Signed. Paint and mud on board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 30” w x 54” h . Est. $500-800. Ship: $100

845. Jimmy Lee Sudduth Prairie Style House.

c. 1980’s. Signed. Heavy mud and paint on board. Great condition. 25” w x 21” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

846. Jimmy Lee Sudduth Alligator.

Signed. Not dated. Mud and paint on board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 25” w x 25” h. Lot includes photo of Sudduth with piece. Est. $300-600. Ship: $55

848. Jimmy Lee Sudduth

847. Jimmy Lee Sudduth

Daisy In Flower Pot.

Green Roof House.

Signed. Not dated. Mud and paint on board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 24” x 25” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

Signed. Mud and paint on board. Great condition. 16” w x 23” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

849. Jimmy Lee Sudduth Large Topless Brunette. Signed. Mud, paint and chalk on found board. Great condition. 19” w x 29” h. Est. $300-600. Ship: $65

850. Jimmy Lee Sudduth Indian and Green Farm House.

Pair of paintings. Paint and mud on black painted background boards. 24” x 24” each. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

852. Jimmy Lee Sudduth Pair of Early Horse Paintings.

Signed. Mud on found board. Great condition. 23” w x 12” h average. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45 Page 196

853. Jimmy Lee Sudduth School House With Children.

Signed. Not dated. Paint and mud on board. Excellent condition. 26” x 26” with frame. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

851. Jimmy Lee Sudduth Rooster and Church.

Signed. Paint and mud on wooden boards. Excellent condition. Each is 24” x 24”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

854. Jimmy Lee Sudduth Couple.

Signed. Mud and colored mud on board. Some loss, otherwise good condition. 29” x 25” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45


855. Ronald Cooper

856. Carl McKenzie & Garland & Minnie Adkins

Hell Heater.

1995. Signed and dated. Paint and mixed media on old kerosene heater. Hell scene inside the heater when open. Great condition. 24” h x 14” diameter. Est. $300-600. Ship: $85

857. Greg Pelner Female Nude On A Box. 1993. Signed. Acrylic on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 21” w x 25” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $65

Three Rabbits.

Signed. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. Largest is 18” x 7”. Est. $400-600. Ship: $75

859. Junior Lewis

860. Junior Lewis

Dressed Up Couple.

Native American Pair.

Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. Average size is 28” x 7”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $100

Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. Tallest is 31” h x 9”. Est. $200-400. Ship: $100

858. Junior Lewis Garden Of Eden.

1992. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood-relief plaque. Excellent condition. 32” w x 14” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $65

862. Unknown Crow Atop Of Giant Corn Cob.

Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. 44” h x 6”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $85

861. Sam ‘The Dot Man’ McMillian

863. Lonnie & Twyla Money Possum And Baby.

1995. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood with magnetic baby. Excellent condition. 29” long x 9” x 6”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $85

Painted Bench & Coffee Table.

Signed. Paint on wooden furniture. Excellent condition. Lots of images and work on each piece. Bench is 35” h x 42” long x 24” w. Est. $200-400. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

864. Alyne Harris

865. Alyne Harris

Cardinals In Snow Scene.

Four Works.

Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 40” w x 30” h. Provenance: Ed and Barbara-rose Okun Collection. Est. $200-300. Ship: $100

Signed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Largest is 36” w x 24” h. Provenance: Ed and Barbara-rose Okun Collection. Est. $200-300. Ship: $75

866. Mary Proctor Three Works Of Grandma.

1997-2002. Signed, dated and titled. Paint and mixed media on glass window pane and board. Excellent condition. Largest is 52” x 20”. Provenance: Ed and Barbara-rose Okun Collection. Est. $400-800. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Page 197


868. Anderson Johnson Portrait Of A Woman.

867. Anderson Johnson

1995. Signed and dated. Paint on masonite. Excellent condition. 15” w x 30” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $55

Elder A. Johnson Panel.

Signed. Paint on board. Great condition. 31” w x 65” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $200

870. Gayleen Aiken

871. Gayleen Aiken

Old Nickelodeon Music Box.

The Aololian Player.

1984. Signed, dated and titled. Crayon, colored pencil and ink on card stock. Excellent condition. Image is 14” w x 11” h. Frame is 20” w x 17” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $45

873. Willie Jinks Big Hot Bird.

1998. Signed, dated and titled. Paint on found board. Great environmental condition. 48” w x 46” h. Est. $400-800. Ship: $200 Page 198

2001. Signed, dated and titled. Crayon and ink on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 22” w x 19” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

874. Willie Jinks Hot Bird.

1996. Signed, dated and titled. Paint on board. Great condition. Size with frame is 50” x 50”. Est. $400-600. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

869. Anderson Johnson Sisters.

1995. Signed and dated. Paint on board. Great condition. 17” w x 48” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $85

872. Creative G.C. DePrie (1935-1999) Man And Woman Portraits.

c. 1980’s. Signed. Not dated. Colored pencil and crayon on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 27” w x 39” h each. The John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $500-800. Ship: $200

875. Willie Jinks Big Bag Hot Gone Fit Wore.

1999. Signed, dated and titled. Paint on found board. Great condition. 44” w x 46” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $200


878. Albert Hoffman 876. Mattie Lou O’Kelley

877. William Roseman Love In The West 4th Station Subway.

1959. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. 1974. Signed and dated. Oil on board. Minor repair, otherwise great condition. Size with frame is 31” w x 26” h. Repair to board, otherwise good Est. $300-500. Ship: $55 condition. 8.5” w x 13” h. Est. $300-600. Ship: $35

Portrait Of A Dog.

Fire Company No. 1.

1971. Signed, dated and titled. Carved and painted wood-relief plaque. Provenance: Luise Ross Gallery. Excellent condition. 25” w x 9” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

881. Alvin Jarrett Four-Sided Totem.

Signed. Carved natural wood with embedded marbles and beads. Excellent condition. 18” h x 4” x 4”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45 879. View with frame.

879. Justin McCarthy Woman With Red Cheeks. Signed. Watercolor on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 9” w x 12” h. Frame is 17” w x 20” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $55

880. Justin McCarthy Miss Louise Long.

c. 1960-70’s. Signed and titled. Watercolor and ink on paper. Some staining, otherwise good condition. Size with frame is 8” w x 9” h. Provenance: ex. Herbert W. Hemphill Collection. Est. $100-200. Ship: $35

884. Jack Savitsky Adam & Eve and Circus.

882. Jack Savitsky Coal Miners.

1966. Early work. Signed, dated and titled. Ink, colored pencil and crayon on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 16” w x 14” h. Provenance: Jim Linderman Folk Art. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

883. Jack Savitsky Williamsburg Express.

1988. Signed, dated and titled. Colored pencil on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 21” w x 18” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $55

1984 and 1987. Signed and dated. Colored pencil on paper. Average size with frame is 18” x 15”. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

885. Isaac Smith (1944-2016) Large Black and Orange Snake.

c. 1982. Early piece. Carved and painted large wooden limb. Great condition. 64” long x 6”. Provenance: The John and Teenuh Foster Collection. James Madison University. Est. $500-800. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Page 199


Lot 888. Gerald Lee Nees


886. S. Griffin Racoon.

2005. Signed and dated. Carved stone. Excellent condition. 15” h x 6” w. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85

888. Gerald Lee Nees

887. S. Griffin

Steamboat On The Mississippi.

Native American Themed Stone Totem.

Not signed. Oil on canvas panel. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 32” w x 26” h. Nees is a disabled Indiana artist who was paralyzed in an auto accident at the age of 15. A quadriplegic, Nees paints intricate scenes with his mouth. Each painting takes weeks to complete. He is the subject of the book by L.M. Rubin, Gerald Lee Nees The Man and The Artist. Est. $400-600. Ship: $65

Signed and dated. Carved stone. Excellent condition. 30” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85

889. Red Cross Sign Possibly German Prisoner of War. c. 1945. Anonymous. Carved and painted wood-relief plaque. Minor wear on edges, otherwise great condition. 24” w x 12” h. There is a signature on the back that looks like, “Paul Gabreal.” This piece is believed to have been made by a German prisoner of war held in the U.S. Only 4 signs by this maker known to exist. Provenance: The Collection of John and Teenuh Foster. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $300-600. Ship: $45

890. Ralph Buckwalter Mermaid Walking Cane.

Signed. Carved and painted wood. Missing one finger, otherwise excellent condition. 34” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

891. Robin “The Beaver” Beaverland Jackson 5.

Not signed or dated. Paint on found board. Great condition. 40” w x 12” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $65

893. Jack ‘Mr. B.’ Beaverland

892. Robin ‘The Beaver’ Beaverland

Barnyard King.

Even Dogs Go To Heaven.

1992. Signed and dated. Paint and puff paint on board. Excellent condition. 33” w x 20” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $65

1995. Signed, dated and titled. Paint on board. Great condition. 24” x 24”. Est. $100-300. Ship: $45

894. B.F. Perkins Iconic Images Gourd.

c. 1990. Not signed. Paint on board. Excellent condition. 14” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $45

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895. B.F. Perkins Small Flag Gourd.

Signed. Paint on gourd. Excellent condition. 8” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $35

896. B.F. Perkins Patriotic Gourd With Stand.

Not signed. Paint on gourd. Excellent condition. Size with stand is 24” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $65


897. Michael Banks Baby With Red Hair.

Signed. Mixed media on board. Great condition. 24” w x 36” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $75

899. Michael Banks Two Dogs and Hand With Flower.

Signed. Not dated. Paint on board. Excellent condition. Largest is 24” w x 20” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

898. Michael Banks Big Top.

Signed. Paint and tar and mixed media on board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 28” w x 28” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $65

900. David Tinsley

901. David Tinsley

Sugar Baby No. 8.

902. Amy Crehore

Sisters, No. 5.

Signed and numbered. Paint and mixed media on board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 17” w x 19” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $55

Signed and numbered. Paint and mixed media on board. Excellent condition. 16” w x 19” h. Est. $400-600. Ship: $55

Black Ball Finale.

2008. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 18” x 18”. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

904. Levent Isik The Mermaid.

Signed and titled. Paint and mixed media on board. Excellent condition. 15” w x 29” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

903. Levent Isik Sleeping Beauty.

2006. Signed, dated and titled. Paint and mixed media on board. Excellent condition. 19” w x 12” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

905. Levent Isik Shark Eating A Mermaid.

Signed and titled. Paint and mixed media on board. Excellent condition. 10” w x 12” h with frame. Est. $100-200. Ship: $35

906. Unknown (possibly Jon Serl) Leaving Home.

Not signed. Titled. Paint on board. Great condition. 21” w x 20” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

907. Loy Bowlin a.k.a. Rhinestone Cowboy Pair of Works.

One is signed. Foil and glitter with mixed media on paper. Great condition. Largest is 23” x 29”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $55 Page 203


908. Delbert Buck Riding A Bucking Bull.

Initialed. Not dated. Paint and mixed media on carved wood. Some paint and wood loss, otherwise good condition. 19” h x 19” x 4.5”. Est. $200-400. Ship: $85

910. Miguel Rodriguez Dogs Don’t Care.

1997. Signed, dated and titled. Carved and painted wood. Minor stains and paint chips, otherwise good condition. 30” long x 13” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $85

909. Delbert Buck Lady Riding Goose.

Not signed. Carved and painted wood with mixed media. Minor cracking, otherwise good condition. 17” h x 23” x 6”. Est. $200-400. Ship: $85

912. Rev. J.L. Hunter Amish Milk Farmer.

911. Rev. J.L. Hunter Wagon Lamp And Man.

Initialed. Carved and painted wood with lamp. Excellent condition. Wagon is 23” x 17”. Provenance: Ed and Barbara-rose Okun Collection. Est. $200-300. Ship: $85

Initialed. Not dated. Paint and mixed media on carved wood. Minor paint loss and re-glued milk jugs, otherwise good condition. 32” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $85

913. Rev. J.L. Hunter Blue And White Bird Couple.

Not signed. Carved and painted wood with mixed media. Excellent condition. 5” x 5”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $25

916. Mamie Deschillie Big Black Buffalo.

914. Mamie Deschillie Camel.

Initialed. Paint and mixed media on cut out cardboard. Excellent condition. 37” w x 38” h. Provenance: Ed and Barbara-rose Okun Collection. Est. $200-300. Ship: $85

915. Mamie Deschillie

Not signed. Paint and costume jewelry with other mixed media on cut out cardboard. Excellent condition. Large example. 43” x 39”. Provenance: ex. Barbara-rose and Ed Okun Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $100

Wooley Jack Rabbit.

Initialed. Wool on painted cardboard cut out. Great condition. 22” w x 20” h. Est. $100-300. Ship: $45

918. Felipe Archuleta (1910-1991)

Bottlecap Snake.

917. Jonathan Lerman Portrait.

2001. Charcoal on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 29” w x 23” h. Provenance: K.S. Art. Est. $400-600. Ship: $65 Page 204

1980. Signed and dated, “F.B.A. 10-3 1984.” Bottlecaps, wood, leather and paint. Excellent condition. 72” long. Provenance: John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

919. Theodore Simmers Marcella.

1980. Signed, dated and titled. Colored pencil and crayon on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 24” w x 28” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $65


921. Tim Chess Orange Boy.

920. Myrtice West The Story Of Adam & Eve.

Not signed or dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 33” w x 27” h. Est. $500-800. Ship: $85

Signed. Pastel on acid-free paper. Excellent condition. 23” w x 18” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

922. Tim Chess Blue Boy.

Signed. Pastel on acid-free paper. Excellent condition. 23” w x 18” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

923. J.B. Murry (1908-1988)

Automatic Writing On Orange Lines.

c. 1980’s. Ink and paper on yellow paper. Excellent condition. Image is 6” w x 9” h. Frame is 12” w x 15” h. The John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35

924. J.B. Murry Automatic Writing With Red Dividers.

c. 1985. Ink and marker on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 8” w x 10” h. Frame is 13” w x 15” h. Provenance: J.B. Murry c. 1985 to Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York, NY 1990 to Charles Abney, Atlanta, GA in 1994. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35

926. Roger Rice

925. J.B. Murry Stitching II.

c. 1985. Marker and ink on paper. Slight fading, otherwise good condition. Image is 8” w x 10” h. Frame is 13” w x 15” h. Provenance: J.B. Murry c. 1985 to Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York, NY 1990 to Charles Abney, Atlanta, GA in 1994. Est. $200-400. Ship: $35

Ready Or Not & The Alter.

c. 1997-98. Signed. Ink, paint and mixed media on paper. Excellent condition. Each is 19” w x 15” h with frames. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

927. Roger Rice Watch and Pray & The Family.

c. 1995-96. Signed. Ink, paint and mixed media on paper. Excellent condition. Each is 17” w x 21” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

928. Roger Rice She Washes His Feet With Tears...

1996. Signed, dated and titled. Colored pencil and crayon on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 14” w x 11” h. Frame is 21” w x 17” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

931. Brian Dowdall Yellow Fish.

929. Rocco Famo John Moving Truck.

Signed and titled. Colored pencil on paper. Tape residue at top, otherwise good condition. Size with frame is 25” w x 22” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

930. Brian Dowdall Centaur & Lady Madonna.

Signed. Paint on cardboard. Excellent condition. Large example. 67” w x 22” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $100

Signed. Not dated. Paint on found cardboard. Good condition. 35” w x 18” h. Est. $100-300. Ship: $45

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933. Roy Ferdinand Preservation Hall.

1993. Signed and dated Marker and ink on poster. 22” w x 28” h. Excellent condition. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $45

934. Charlie Dieter

932. David Bromley

Eight Cheerleaders With Names.

Boys Gun Show.

Signed. Marker and colored pencil on paper. Great condition. Size with frame is 16” x 16’. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

Signed. Heavy paint and oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 36” w x 38” h. Est. $600-900. Ship: $85

935. Sybil Gibson

937. Sybil Gibson

936. Sybil Gibson

Bamboo Abstract.

Tree and Lake In Meadow.

Christmas Tree.

1993. Signed and dated. Watercolor on newspaper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 24” w x 30” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $65

Signed. Not dated. Watercolor on brown paper bag. Great condition. 19” w x 22” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35

1965. Signed and dated. Watercolor on brown paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 14” w x 18” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $45

938. Theresa Disney Acceptance.

Signed. Not dated. Mixed media on board. Excellent condition. 9” x 11” x 2”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $35

939. Priscilla Cassidy Down On the Cotton Farm.

1993. Signed and dated. Oil on board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 33” w x 26” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $75

941. M.C. 5¢ Jones Self-Portrait.

Signed. Ink and marker on paper. Excellent condition. 16” w 20” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45 Page 208

942. M.C. 5¢ Jones Cotton Gin.

Signed. Paint and ink on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 15” w x 12” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $35

940. Ian McKais Geometric Building.

2008. Signed and dated. Graphite on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 28” w x 32” h. Est. $300-600. Ship: $85

943. Unknown 14 Figural Carvings.

1989. One signed and dated. Carved natural wood. Excellent condition. Average size is 10” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45


Slotin Auction New Discoveries!

Blanche Wille was a social worker who died about 35 years ago. Blanche and her husband were founders of the Newspaper Guild and ardent supporters of justice organizations. In the 1950s, the Willes assisted victims of political persecution caught up in the McCarthy-era witch-hunt. Blanche took up painting after retirement. In 1975 a showing her paintings was organized at a Woman’s Art Gallery in Chicago.

944. Blanche Wille

945. Blanche Wille

Crippled Children.

At Leisure.

1954-58. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on artist panel. Excellent condition. Size with frame. 28” w x 23” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

1955. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas panel. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 30” w x 26” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $65

946. Blanche Wille Children’s Play About Vietnam.

1953. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on canvas panel. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 26” w x 20” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

948. Blanche Wille 947. Blanche Wille Man’s Portrait.

Signed. Not dated. Oil on board. Size with frame is 18” w x 23” h. Excellent condition. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

All Humankind.

1974. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on masonite. Minor scratches, otherwise great condition. 37” w x 25” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $85

949. Blanche Wille Sketches & Unfinished Works.

Some signed. Mixed media on paper. All good to great condition. Sizes range from 10” x 12” to 20” x 15”. Est. $100-200. Ship: $55

Phyllis Trager Hyman (1936-2011), was a self-taught, intuitive artist. She suffered with schizophrenia. Her colorful, whimsical work with her own vocabulary of symbology make for intriguing interpretations can be found in the Morean Art Center, in St. Petersburg. One painting was published in the Journal for Psychosocial Nursing.

950. Phyllis Trager-Hyman Lavender and Orange Flower Paintings.

2004. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 30” x 30” each. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85

952. Phyllis Trager-Hyman Pair Of Flowers At The Window. 2003. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Each is 30” x 30”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85

951. Phyllis Trager-Hyman Pair of Abstract Flower Paintings.

2004. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 24” w x 30” h each. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85

953. Phyllis Trager-Hyman Group of Three Works.

2000-2004. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Average size is 24” x 30”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $100 Page 209


956. Harold Plople

955. Harold Plople

954. Harold Plople Bunny Rabbit.

Ant.

European Rock Dove.

2009. Signed, dated and titled. Watercolor on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 21” w x 18” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

2008. Signed, dated and titled. Watercolor on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 21” w x 18” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

2007. Signed, dated and titled. Watercolor on paper. Excellent condition. 25” w x 21” including frame. Est. $200-300. Ship: $55

957. T.H.

958. Gocta Carmen

959. Johnny John

Mule.

Two Figures.

Sisterhood.

Signed. Not dated. Heavy oil on masonite. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 24” w x 20” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $45

1994. Signed and dated. Mixed media on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 17” w x 14” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $35

2007. Signed and dated. Paint on masonite. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 22” w x 18” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $45

961. Elwyn Hudson

960. Peter

Kronos.

I Saw A Butterfly.

1996. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on board. Excellent condition. 13” w x 24” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

1998. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 23” w x 31” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $65

962. Kenneth Gates Orchids.

963. Variety of Artists

Signed. Watercolor and pencil on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 23” w x 29” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $65

Nice Items.

Mixed media. Great condition. Average size is 10” x 10”. Provenance: Barbara-rose & Edward Okun. Est. $100-200. Ship: $85 Page 210

964. Anonymous Three Ice Fishing Decoys.

Not signed. Carved and painted wood with metal weights and fins. Great condition. Average size is 4.5” long. Provenance: Barbara-rose & Edward Okun. Est. $200-300. Ship: $35


967. Prison Art Hand-Colored Envelopes.

c. 1980’s. Initialed, “B.V.D.” Early visionary artwork. Colored pencil on envelopes. Great condition. Each is 6” x 4”. Framed together 11” w x 18” h. Provenance: The John and Teenuh Foster Collection. Label on back from Phyllis Kind Gallery, NYC. Est. $100-200. Ship $45

966. Annie Wellborn

965. Annie Wellborn

Watermelon Harvest.

Making Brooms.

2000. Signed, dated and titled. Paint on canvas panel. Excellent condition. 29” w x 23” h with frame. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

1992. Signed, dated and titled. Paint on tar paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 26” w x 22” h. Est. $300-400. Ship: $55

969. Tubby Brown

968. Tubby Brown

Devil Top Burning World.

Devil Christmas Tree.

Signed. Paint on cut out tin. Good condition. 42” h x 28”. Est. $100-200. Ship: $100

Signed and titled. Paint on cut out tin and wood attached to board. Excellent condition. 14” w x 21” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

970. Welmon Sharlhorne Three Small Drawings.

Signed. Ink and marker on paper. Excellent condition. Average size is 10” x 10”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

972. George Andrews Untitled.

Oil and collage on board. Image is 8” w x 10” h. Provenance: George Andrews to Benny Andrews to Barbara Archer Gallery, Atlanta, GA in 2004 to Charles Abney, Atlanta, GA in 2004. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35

The Card Game.

Signed. Marker and crayon on cloth. Great condition. Size with frame is 45” w x 37” h. Est. $400-800. Ship: $150

City Within.

c. 2002. Signed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 19” x 15”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

Archie Bunker’s Place.

1980. Signed. Ink and marker on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 14” w x 11” h. Frame is 23” w x 20” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $55

971. Leon Kennedy

974. Shane Van Pelt

973. Dilmus Hall

975. Tom D. Two Birds.

2009. Signed, dated and titled. Paint on board. Excellent condition. 9” w x 11” h. Est. $50-75. Ship: $35

976. John Henry Toney Topless Woman With Bull.

2003. Signed and dated. Watercolor and marker on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 28” w x 20” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $65

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977. Pat Williams

978. Unknown

Large Metal Faces.

Signed, but not able to read. Paint on card stock. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 22” w x 27” h. Est. $200-300. Ship $55

Bird Couple.

Signed. Welded rusty metal assemblages. 44” h x 19” each. Est. $100-300. Ship: $100

980. Grace M. Farmer Two Hens & Rooster.

Signed. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 27” w x 23” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

983. Ralph Auf Der Heide Little Red Riding Pig.

2000. Signed. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on reverse glass. Excellent condition. 24” w x 20” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

986. Benny Carter The Final Victory.

2001. Signed, dated and titled. Paint on artist board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 32” w x 26” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65 Page 212

981. Richard Roebuck Pair of Works.

Signed. Oil on canvas and board. Excellent condition. Largest is 21” x 27”. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

984. Ralph Auf Der Heide Unanswered Question.

c. 1994. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on reverse glass. Excellent condition. 20” w x 22” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

987. Mari Newman (Minnesota) Cat Couple.

2001. Signed and dated. Ink and tempera on paper. Excellent condition. 17” w x 14” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $35

979. William Thomas Thompson Angel.

1995. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. 24” w x 48” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $100

982. Rudy Bostic Pair Of Works.

1994. The Swank Hotel and Women. Signed and dated. Paint on found cardboard. Great condition. Largest is 23” diameter. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-300. Ship: $55

985. Ralph Auf Der Heide Turnabout At The Seafood Restaurant.

2005. Signed, dated and titled. Oil on reverse glass. Excellent condition. 22” w x 19” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

988. B. Thompson Whatley Rural Farm Scene.

Not signed. Watercolor and paint on paper. Excellent condition. Size with artist decorated frame. 26” w x 33” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $55


990. Isador ‘Grand PA’ Sommer

989. Isador ‘Grand PA’ Sommer

Group Of Four Work In Blue.

Group Of Four Frame Works.

All are signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas panel. Average size is 20” w x 16” framed. Proceeds from the sale of this painting will benefit The Open Door. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85

All are signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas panel. Average size is 20” w x 16” framed. Proceeds from the sale of this painting will benefit The Open Door. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85

993. Bryan McNutt Group of Three Works. Six Paintings.

1980. Signed. Paint on board. Good condition. Average size is 12” x 24”. Est. $200-300. Ship: $85

Spring Time On The Waterfront.

All are signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas panel. Average size is 20” w x 16” framed. Proceeds from the sale of this painting will benefit The Open Door. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85

994. Raub

All are signed. Carved and painted wood. Largest is 17” x 13” x 14”. Est. $300-600. Ship: $150

992. Sydney Luger (St. Louis, MO)

991. Isador ‘Grand PA’ Sommer

Three Profiteers.

Signed and titled. Paint on found cardboard with artist made frame. Unusual piece. Excellent condition. 23” w x 13” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

995. Lois Collins

996. James Miller

The Story Of Baby Jesus.

Dixie Dock Scene.

1981. Signed and dated. Paint on artist paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 26” w x 19” h. Est. $100-300. Ship: $45

Signed. Oil on canvas panel. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 32” x 17” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $55

997. Dennis Nechuctal Walking With Mr. Clear.

1981. Signed, dated and titled. Watercolor on paper. Excellent condition. Image is 11.5” w x 8.5” h. Frame is 18” w x 16” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

999. Unknown Girls In The Woods.

Not signed or dated. Mixed media on cardstock. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 13” x 13”. Est. $100-200. Ship: $35

998. Edward Rogge Party.

1982. Signed and dated. Paint on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 29” w x 25” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $55

1000. Unknown A Father.

Not signed or dated. Mixed media on cardstock. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 15” w x 13” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $35 Page 213


1002. Willie White 1001. Willie White Two Green Horses.

c. 1988. Marker on paper. Image is 28” w x 22” h. Frame is 38” w x 33” h. Provenance: Charles Abney, Atlanta, GA - Purchased in 2000. Est. $400-600. Ship: $100

1004. Willie White

Four Dogs And Three Watermelons. Signed. Marker on poster. Slight fading, otherwise good condition. Size with frame is 29” w x 23” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

1005. Willie White

1003. Willie White Two Black Crows.

Signed. Marker on poster. Minor fading at lower left, otherwise good condition. 28” w x 22” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

1006. Willie White

Large Red Cross, Two Horse, Birds.

Six Grasshoppers.

Three Black Grasshoppers, One Green.

Signed. Marker on poster. Excellent condition. 28” w x 22” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

Signed. Marker on poster. Excellent condition. 28” w x 22” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

Signed. Marker on poster. Excellent condition. 28” w x 22” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

1007. Willie White

1008. Willie White

1009. Willie White

Two Green and Two Black Birds.

Two Horse & Two Fish & 3 Watermelons.

Green Tree In Tree In Center.

Signed. Marker on poster. Excellent condition. 28” w x 22” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

Signed. Marker on poster. Excellent condition. 28” w x 22” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

1010. Willie White

1011. Willie White

Purple Black and Green Animals Under A Tree.

Two Black Grasshoppers and One Green Hopper.

Signed. Marker on poster. Excellent condition. 28” w x 22” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45 Page 214

Signed. Marker on poster. Excellent condition. 28” w x 22” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

Signed. Marker on poster. Excellent condition. 28” w x 22” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45

1012. Willie White Five Grasshoppers With Rare Pink Background.

Signed. Marker on poster. Excellent condition. 28” w x 22” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45


1015. Steve Shepard

1014. J. Bridges Happy Face & Flowers.

Four Works.

1997. Signed and dated. Paint on canvas panel. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 23” w x 27” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $45

1997. Signed and dated. Mixed media on paper. Excellent condition. Each is 8” w x 10” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $35 0523

1013. Robert E. Smith Playground Scene.

Signed. Not dated. Watercolor on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 26” w x 20” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

1016. Alpha Andrews Abstract With Girl And Flowers.

Signed. Not dated. Marker and ink on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 1017. Alpha Andrews 20” w x 16” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $35 Black And White Woman With Flowers. Signed. Not dated. Ink on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 25” w x 20” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

1019. Merrill Densmore

1020. Merrill Densmore

The Titanic.

Traffic Going Through Town.

Signed and titled. Paint on board. Excellent condition. 26” w x 18” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

Signed. Paint on masonite. Excellent condition. 48” w x 24” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $85

1018. Frank McGuigan Abstract Home Scene.

1994. Signed and dated. Paint on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 20” w x 17” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $35

1021. A. Bazile Market Day.

Signed and dated. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 28” w x 24” h. Est. $200-400. Ship: $55

1023. Street Art The Eyes Of God Is All Around You.

1022. Mel Three Works.

Vipers V. Lawyers. Adam Had A Choice. Shark Running From Trial Lawyers. Signed and titled. Not dated. Paint on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is taller work is 19” w x 23” h, smaller works are 9” w x 16” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

c. 1980’s. Anonymous photo college. Image is 10” w x 16” h. Frame is 18” w x 25” h. Exhibited at James Madison University. Est. $100-200. Ship: $55

1024. Factory Mold Orange Mold With Black Dots.

c. early 20th century. Hand-painted wood. Great visual. “Pointeries De Creil.” Great condition. 9” x 49”. Est. $200-400. Ship: $65

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Lot 1038. Al Black


1026. Big Al Taplet

1027. Toby Ivey

Collection of Three Drawings.

2000. Signed and dated. Paint on board and paint on poster paper. Each is 29” w x 23” h with frames. Provenance: Top: Barbara Archer Gallery, Atlanta, GA, Bottom: Eye Drum Gallery, Atlanta, GA, Charles Abney. Est. $100-200. Ship: $85

Pair Of Paintings.

1999. Signed and dated. Marker on paper. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 19” w x 36” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $65

1025. Big Al Taplet Shoe Shine Sign.

Signed and titled. Paint on slate. Excellent condition. 18” w x 12” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $35

1028. Brenda Davis The Shield.

1029. Brenda Davis The Sword.

2007. Signed and dated. Image 14” x 17”. Frame 24” x 27” . Provenance: 2007 Brenda Davis to Marcia Weber Gallery, Montgomery, AL, 2009, to Charles Abney, Atlanta, GA in 2010. Est. $300-400. Ship: $65

2007. Signed and dated. Image is 14” w x 17” h. Frame is 24” w x 27” h. Provenance: 2007 Brenda Davis to Marcia Weber Gallery, Montgomery, AL, 2009, to Charles Abney, Atlanta, GA in 2010. Est. $300-400. Ship: $65

1030. Unknown Playing Piano.

Not signed or dated. Paint on tar paper. Excellent condition. 12” x 8” with frame. Est. $100-200. Ship: $35

1032. Della Wells Freedom Time.

2007. Signed and dated. Mixed media decoupage on paper. Excellent condition. 15” w x 27” h with frame. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

1031. Charlie Dulah

1033. Lucy Hunnicutt

Red Barn.

High As The Listening Sky.

Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 22” w x 18” h with frame. Est. $100-200. Ship: $45

1034. Bill Moseby Four Af-Am Sculptures.

Initialed. Not dated. Clay, paint and mixed media. Excellent condition. Average size is 11” h. Est. $100-200. Ship: $45 Page 218

Signed and titled. Oil on board. Excellent condition. 19” x 19”. Est. $100-200. Ship: $45

1035. Tim Cooper & Jim Lewis Three Animals.

1991. Signed and dated. Carved and painted wood with wire. Excellent condition. Average size is 15” x 4” x 4”. Est. $50-100. Ship: $45

1036. Jack O’Brien Flying Pig and Blackbird Pie.

2007. Signed. Carved and painted wood. Excellent condition. Pig is 10” x 10” x 13”. Est. $200-400. Ship: $45


1037. Willie Daniels & Ray McLendon Poinciana.

2006. Signed and dated by both artists. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. 35” w x 29” h with frame. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85

1038. Al Black Orange & Yellow Sky With Birds In River Inlet. Not signed, but noted on back. Oil on upson board. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 39” w x 27” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

1041. Willie Daniels

1040. Willie Daniels

Ocean Waves Crashing.

Beautiful River Scene.

Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 21” w x 25” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 28” w x 22” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

1044. T. Newton

1043. Gibson Final Days Light On River Hammock.

Signed and stamped on back. Oil on upson board. Excellent condition. Size with artist frame is 34” w x 28” h. Est. $800-1,200. Ship: $85

Fire Orange Sky Peeking Through Blue.

Signed. Not dated. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 28” w x 22” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

1039. Willie Daniels Storks On The River Banks.

Signed. Not dated. Oil on canvas with artist frame. Excellent condition. 36” w x 30” h with frame. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85

1042. T. Newton Stormy Sky With Waves Breaking. Signed. Not dated. Oil on masonite with artist frame. Excellent condition. 22” w x 28” h with frame. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

1045. A. Black Sun Rising Over Inlet River Pier.

1989. Signed and dated. Oil on canvas. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 40” w x 28” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $85

1046. S. Newton Cloud Over Beach Scene. Signed. Not dated. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. Size with frame is 21” w x 27” h. Est. $300-500. Ship: $45

1047. J. Daniels Red Sunset Sky Over River Bend.

Signed. Not dated. Oil on masonite. Excellent condition. 30” w x 24” h. No frame. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

1048. Unknown Highwayman Large Poinciana Tree.

c. 1960’s. Not signed or dated. Oil on found upson board. Excellent condition. 51” w x 27.5” h including artist made crown molding frame. Est. $500-800. Ship: $125 Page 219


Notes of Mrs. Chase: “M. Verbist, a Belgian, who had spent 30 years in the Congo collecting examples of Tribal Art, barely escaped with his life from the uprisings in 1959. He fled to the United States with a warehouse of artifacts. His two shops in Elizabethville and Leopoldsville were looted and burned and he never went back. Most of the artifacts we purchased were obtained by him around 1930 and most antedated that by 50 to 100 years.”

1049. African Royal Beaded Items With Shells.

Beaded crown or hat that once belonged to Mwata Yawa Newezi III, chief of the Lunda tribe (and father-in-law of Moise Tshombe). Head by Davidson. In Africa, entire thrones or figures are sometimes fashioned in bead work.” Beaded funerary box made in the shape of a Bakuba coffin and embroidered with beads and cowries. It was used as a receptacle for gifts to the family of the deceased or to the dead which was also a custom practiced in rural South Carolina.”SHENE-MALULA MASK A shene-malula mask, used in ceremonies of a Kuba secret society. Made of wood, fiber, cowrie shells, beads, paint Zaire, pg 34 Afro-American Art & Craft by Chase). Obtained from M. Verbist in 1960. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

1050. Primitive African Weapons Spears, Walking Canes, Bows & Arrows.

c. 20th Century. Bodonge, Belgian Congo, Mangbetu, Zaire, East Africa. All handmade and hand forged weapons. Ceremonial Axes originally belonging to Mwata Yav Ditend, Chief of the Luba Lunda tribe and father-in-law of Moise Tshombe, Congolese leader. Bridal Dowry knife with effigy handle. Masai Spears, Bamboo Bows, Great condition. Longest is 41”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $1,000-1,500. Ship: $125

1051. African 20 Fertility Dolls & Other Bust Figures.

c. 20th century. Yaruba, Congolese, Mangbetu, Zaire, Liberia, Ivory Coast, East Africa, Ashanti, Ghana. Carved wood, ebony, clay. All in good condition. Average size is 12” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Akuaba (Akua ‘mma) fertility dolls. “Fertility dolls were carried by young girls to influence their unborn children. Most of these dolls have vestigial arms, but armlessness per se is not in itself unusual in African figures”(pg 40 & pg 62 Afro American Art & Craft By Chase. Yellow Figure top row far right is an Ancestor figure Resembles Bakota (African) funerary figure, as seen in Ladislas Segy’s African Sculpture (New York: Dover Pub., 1958). Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $200

1053. African 13 Masks and Figures.

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Carved wood and mixed media. Lot includes BAKWELE MASK “The characteristic heart shape with the strong vertical nose ridge supporting the brows delights African sculptors of the Fang, Bakota, Bakwele and Balaga tribes” Cameroon (pg 38 Afro-American Art and Craft By Chase)- Obtained from M. Verbist. A small carved grain door - Mali. Several Traditional Masks with Senufodesign, elongated face with slit eyes, side projections or “ears”and two projections downward from either side of the mouth; eyebrows curve together and downward to form nose; mouth protrudes; oval stylized headdress; often incised with tribal markings from Ghana. Good condition. Largest mask is 28” x 12”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-500. Ship: $200

1052. African Drums & Masks.

All in good to great condition. Tallest mask is 15” h. Lot includes: Red Burial Mask - Chakwe Angola, Male Bust from Kongo, Zaire. Fire blackened Male Standing Figure from Liberia. Tanganyika Devil Dancer. Drum - Hollowed log covered with antelope skin attached by fur-cover thongs - Tam-tam of the Bashi tribe (Kivu) of the Belgian Congo. These instruments are used by the corps of ritual dancers of the Bashi tribe of the Kivu province. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-400. Ship: $85

1054. African Carved Boards and Mini Figures. All in good condition. Wood and varnish and other mixed media. Lot includes Dan Wari game boards with bead containers, carved crocodile and Antelope Panel from East Africa. Several Tji-Waras - mythical being, halfman, half-antelope, who taught the Bambara people of Mali to cultivate the earth.The Bambara people consider land to be the primary life-giving resource, and farming the oldest, noblest profession. Primitive wood fork inherited from Pamela McDowall Wragg, Missionary From African of New Guinea. Average size is 10”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-500. Ship: $200


1055 African Drums, Musical Instruments, Chieftain’s Stool.

Lot includes Round Yoruba Gudugudu drum with drumstick top center from Zaire - 20th c. See Afro-Am Art and Craft by Chase pg. 53 - Note this drum was sent by Dr. Colin turnbull as part of a trade with the American Museum of Natural History. It is identical to the one in the painting, “The Slave Wedding” in the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Collection. Bakuba drum with beautiful elaborate incising Wood and antelope skin - Zaire (see pg 38 Afro American Art & Craft By Chase). Drum covered with zebra skin made in Ruanda are destined uniquely for the court of the king (Mwami) of Watusi. This drum was given to Joseph Verbist personally by the Mwami Mutara. Finger Pianos. CHIEFTAIN’S STOOL- Hand carved from solid piece of mahogany, Ashanti, Ghana. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-600. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

1057. African Large Group of Necklaces And Beaded Works.

Mixed media including, beads, clay, leather, glass, metal. In addition to necklaces, there are purses, pendants, belts, etc. All in good condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $500-800. Ship: $45

1056. African Bracelets and Anklets.

Mixed media. All in good condition. Largest is 7” diameter. Brass Anklet from Liberia 20th c. - Each bracelet weighs about 1.25 pounds and a wife would wear many of them on her ankle - according to J.W. Chase, this was supposed to discourage the wives from running away. “The heavy brass anklet rings with beaded (bumps) are the emblem worn by the chief’s wife.”(see: Afro American Art & Craft By Chase) - They are considered an ornament and a sign of rank. Made by the Dan-Ngere Tribes of Liberia. The Anklets without the beads were worn by slaves to display affluence of the slave-owner. Small closed brass anklet with a hinge. Hand-woven bracelets and rings made of dyed dried grass from Liberia. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $1,000-2,000. Ship: $65

1058. African Brass Weights and Metal Objects

Lot includes sculptures, mini figures, pipes, Ashanti brass figurative weights used for weighing gold, the long thin objects on right side are used as a medium of exchange much like money in Liberia - 20th c. etc. All in great condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $500-800. Ship: $65

1060. Clips, Necklaces and Adornments Tools and Adornments.

1059. African Birds, Antelopes, Bottles, Etc.

Carved wood, shell and bone objects. Fair to great condition. Tallest is 17” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-400. Ship: $65

c. 1900. Natural and bone carvings. Lot includes Amulets - Minyakis - miniature masks reserved for initiates to signify they have gone through the Kimpase ritual, the test for admission to adult society in the Bapende Tribe Zaire - Tribal pieces from M. Verbist. All in good condition. Tallest is 8” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45 Page 221


1061. African & African American Large Grouping of Basket.

Baskets and woven grass and reed utilitarian items. Lot includes FLOUR SIFTER BASKET “African basket utilizing several techniques; the top is checkerwork the sides twined and the bottom twilled.”See: pg 42 Afro American Art & Craft by Chase (note: Flour sifter from Liberia, soft and flexible the basket is held between the hands and gently pressed while it is rotated back and forth thus shaking the cassava flour out between the fibers. A Bo Gossip Basket, A Black and White diagonally twilled container for rolled matting - A rice fanner basket similar to those made by Af. Americans in South Carolina, Oval wickerwork hamper - see pg 42 in Chase’s book. The largest is 32” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $400-800 Buyer is responsible for shipping.

1062. African Eight Acorn Shaped Bowls.

Animal hide incised with patterns. All in great condition. Average size is 6” x 4”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

African Basketmaker and Judith Wragg Chase in Senegal. Photo appears on page 48 in Chase’s Afro American Art & Craft and Ebony Magazine.

1063. African Dolls and Carvings.

Mixed media. Lot includes cloth dolls, thornwood sculptures, carved birds and elephants, a Turkana wooden neck rest from Kenya (c. 1968), Gourd dippers, pitchers and a gourd bowl - The calabash, an African gourd, is used as a vessel; designs are scratched, burned or incised in the rind (see pg 42 Afro-American Art and Craft by Chase, 20th century - Note: In Africa as well as on American plantations gourds were used as bowls, birdhouses, scoops and other items. Dolls by Senegalese Doll artist, Khady Thiam and include a drummer, wrestler, ladies and a slave trader (green robe) - c. 1966. Antelope Family carved from a single piece of wood, Kongo, Zaire - 20th c. Hand-carved African guinea hens with fire-blackened or stained surface from Congolese, 20th c. Hand-carved wood elephants with bone tusks, Zaire - 20th c. Ebony elephants from Tanzania. Hand-carved antelopes with thorn horns. Condition ranges from good to fair. Some breaks and some repairs are needed. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $300-500. Ship: $65

1065. African Unbelievable Grouping of Clothing, Textiles, and Rare Items.

Variety of cloth, colors and prints. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Note: One of the most popular mediums of exchange for slaves was cloth. A slave was valued at so many “pieces of India, originally brought to Africa by the British East India Co., later made in Europe especially for the W. African slave trade. To this day cloth is rarely made in Africa and is still imported from Europe. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $100-200. Ship: $75

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1064. African Snakes, Fly Whisks Musical Instruments.

Mixed media. Lot includes decorative hair combs from Liberia, Zaire and East Africa (see Afro-American Art & Craft by Chase). Pottery jug from Zambia. A Spoon from South Africa and a Billy Spoon attached to loose square link chain originally carved from one piece of wood - Zulu, South Africa. Two miniature chieftains stools, Ashanti, Ghana. Animal hair fly whisks from East Africa (Note: see fly whisk made of grasses in painting Charleston Shrimp Vendor by Edwin Harleston). Finger Pianos. CHORDOPHONE (KORA) Small banjo-like instrument with a hide covered gourd body, neck formed of wooden stick with leather frets and plastic strings. (see: pg 53 African American Art & Craft By Chase) Senega. All in good condition. Tallest is 31” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Est. $200-300. Ship: $85

1066. African Musical Instrument Very Old Raft Zither.

Carved and stained wood with seven vegetable fiber strings. Great condition. 29.5” x 7.5”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and The Old Slave Mart Museum. Featured on pg. 42 Afro American Art and Craft by Chase. Est. $200-300. Ship: $45

1066. Verso.


1067. Paul Walker (attrib.) Komodo Dragon

Not signed or dated. Paint on cardboard construction with nails for teeth. Fair condition. 59” long x 13” h x 10” w. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Walker was an assistant to Carroll Greene and he encouraged his art. Walker lectures at the Telfair and exhibits there and at the Beach Institute. Est. $100-200. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

1069. African American Maker Folk Table With Cabinet.

1068. Anonymous

c. 1950’s. Wood and wood marquetry with photos and glass. Lamp is missing and glass is broken and needs repair, otherwise fair to poor condition. 29” h x 24” long x 15” w. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. H. Paul Blatner, Savannah, GA. Est. $200-300. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

Childrens’ Play Toys And Furniture.

Mixed media. All good to fair condition. Average size is 3” x 5”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $100-200. Ship: $45

1071. American South & Africa 1070. John Paul Simmons Effigy Bowl and Hannibal c. 1976. Not signed. Hand-molded coastal clay from Charleston creeks. Fragile material in good condition. Tallest is 5” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. According to a letter in Mrs. Chase’s files, Simmons was African American. His wife was white and they were in Charleston because a movie was being made from a book she wrote. Afraid that their bi-racial child would not be accepted, they moved to France. Est. $25-50. Ship: $55

Four Large Wooden Paddles.

Very large examples. Largest is 92” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $100-200. Buyer is responsible for shipping.

1072. Native American Geo-Graphic Designed Rug.

Dyed wool. Wear and hole in center. This rug was believed to be used as a prayer rug. 38” w x 29” h. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-400. Ship: $35

1074. Sitz Tub Made for Mrs. Martha Beckett Seabrook.

1073. Anonymous Metal Sugar Mortar & Spice Mortar.

c. 19th century. Carved wood and metal mold. Wood has natural split, otherwise good to great condition. Average size is 7” h. Est. $200-300. Ship: $55

c. mid-19th Century. Great condition. 23” h x 27” x 9”. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Seabrook became the first white teacher at Shaw School for ‘Negroes’ after the war for 26 years. The Shaw School was founded by abolitionists in memory of Robert-Gould Shaw. Mrs. Seabrook was the widow of Rev. Joseph Baynard Seabrook founder of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church (African American) being first white rector. Donor was Granddaughter. Est. $200-300. Ship: $125

Cannon Ball.

Found pitted metal. 4” diameter. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $200-300. Ship: $35

1078. Anti-Slavery Medallions

1076. Varied Makers

Am I Not A Man And A Brother.

Old Household Items.

Lot includes Swaim’s Bottle, Money Drawing Wash, Pinpoint Oyster can, etc. All in good condition. Tallest is 8” h. SWAIM’S PANACEA/PHILAD Green glass bottle was a patent medicine widely given to slaves for whatever ailed them on the Butler plantation off the Georgia coast. Photo of this medicine bottle is also shown in book, Major Butler’s Legacy: Five Generations Of A Slave Holding Family, by Malcolm Bell Jr., University of Georgia Press, Athens,1987, p. 237. Provenance: The Acacia Collection. Est. $300-500. Ship: $35

1075. Historical

1077. Pair of Replica Silver Coins. Pieces of Eight or Pillar Dollars. Two coins showing both side. Great condition. Each is 1.5” diameter. Est. $100-200. Ship: $25

Abolitionist’s Medallion (replica). Maker and place unknow. Vignette of kneeling female slave with slogan, “Am I Not A Woman & A Sister.” Reverse, “United States of America” “ Liberty” and “1838.” Wedgewood Seal of the English Anti-Slavery Society. “Am I Not A Man And A Brother” front side. “Wedgewood Made In England” back side. Designer is William Hackwood. White clay, c. 1962. Seal made to celebrate America’s Emancipation Proclamation (1863-1963). First addition made in 1778 by Josiah Wedgewood, himself, a member of England’s Anti-Slavery Society. Framed together. Size with frame is 6” w x 8” h. Excellent condition. Provenance: The Acacia Collection and Old Slave Mart Museum. Page 223 Est. $300-500. Ship: $25


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