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Extraordinary Florida Estate Auction

Presented by SRQ Auctions 640 S Washington Blvd, Sarasota, FL 34236

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WHEN: Sunday, March 24 from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
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Lot 1 
Good pair of Japanese Meiji period Satsuma vases, artist signed on bottom, 12”H., well painted
(Estimate: $800-1000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 2 
Two pieces of Japanese Satsuma, 6” low bowl, well painted, artist signed; other 3.75”H. miniature handled vase, well painted, artist signed, 19th/20th C.
(Estimate: $200-300. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 3 
Good Satsuma handled vase with moriage dragon circling the body, 9”H., well painted, artist signed, 19th/20th C.
(Estimate: $200-400. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 4 
Goldscheider Art Deco figure, standing nude with gray paisley shawl over her shoulder, 14”H., marked Made in Austria, Goldscheider Wien, Lorenzl impressed 6932-107-11 F.S in black paint, ca.1930
(Estimate: $800-1200. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 5 
Large Goldscheider Art Deco figure of Harlequin titled “Le Palais Royal Habara”, woman in harlequin attire wearing black, orange, and turquoise cape, 17”H., marked Made in Austria Goldscheider Wien, impressed 509-119-10, Roman numeral XXVII (27) D_.; impressed “L” (Lorenzl) on back of base, ca.1930
(Estimate: $500-1000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 6 
Goldscheider Art Deco figure of woman in patterned red dress, with parasol, 12”H. Retains original paper label. Marked Made in Austria, impressed 7390-76-10, black artist monogram, ca.1930.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 7 
19th C. gilt Vernis Martin curio cabinet, bowed front, and sides with painted romantic couple on bottom of door; painted floral panels on sides, brass decorative trim, glass shelves, 56”H. x 27”W. x 16.5”D., ca. 1900.
(Estimate: $500-1000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 8 
Asian patented bronze censer, raised figures of falcons on one side, and water birds on the other. Fierce figural handles and feet, Foo dog finial. 18”H., artist signed on bottom, 19th/20th C.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 9 
Large Kutani bowl, well painted with panels of women walking in a landscape, exterior painted with panels of men and children walking in a landscape, 12”D. x 5.5”H., 19th C.
Lot 10 
Twelve Japanese Imari scalloped plates, ten that match and a pair that are similar, 8.5”D., ca. 1890
(Estimate: $200-400. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 11 
Pair black leather chairs and ottomans, chairs are large scale, low, and very comfortable, swivel bases. Chairs 36”W. x 36”D. x 26”H. at the back. Very high quality, ca.1970’s
(Estimate: $500-1000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 12 
Paul Delormoz (1895-1980). Oil on hard board of bathers at the beach. Titled on reverse “Soleil at baignaola, sur la plage de St. Clair” stamped a felier Paul Delormoz 12”H. x 18”W., in wide gilt frame, 23”H. x 29”W. overall. Signed lower left Paul Delormoz.
(Estimate: $400-800. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 13 
Pair 19th C. Chinese aubergine decorated jars with covers, mountainous landscape painting on each jar, proper pair with Chinese writing on back, pomegranate finials
(Estimate: $800-1000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 14 
Large Chinese cloisonné seated Buddha on a bull, 19th/20th C., 21.5”H. x 16“W
(Estimate: $700-900. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 15 
Chinese enamel decorated square vase with black, dark green, turquoise, and plum coloration of floral, and bird panels, 19.75”H., signed on bottom, 19th/20th C.
(Estimate: $400-800. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 16 
Large Chinese watercolor and gouache on paper, of cherry blossom branch, and bees, artist signed upper left, sight size 65.5”H. x 16”W., matted and framed, 75.5”H. x 25.5”W. overall.
(Estimate: $500-800. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 17 
Large Chinese watercolor and gouache on paper of Fuji mums on a rocky outcrop with butterflies, artist signed upper left. 65.5”H. x 16”W., matted and framed, 75.5”H. x 25.5”W. overall.
(Estimate: $500-800. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 18 
Four American brilliant period cut glass vases, ranging from 10” – 14”H.
(Estimate: $200-400. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 19 
18th C. Song du bouef double ground vase, good mottled glaze in purples and ox blood, bill of sale from Hari Art Co LTD, Yokohama, Nov 2, 1973, stating vase is over 250 years old. 9.75”H.
(Estimate: $400-800. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 20 
Pair 19th C. Chinese enamel decorated planters, yellow ground, with turquoise, pink, blue, rose, and gilt decoration. Stamped signature on bottom. 9”W. x 6.25”D. x 3.25”H.
(Estimate: $300-500. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 21 
Pair Chinese Gu form vases, painted in rust, and turquoise, 20th C. Republic period, marked on bottom, 12”H.
(Estimate: $400-600. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 22 
Goldscheider Art Deco figure of dancing woman in outstretched red dress with floral pattern, impressed “Goldscheider Wien, Made in Austria- Dakon”, 7961-35-19. 13.5”H. x 12.5”W., ca.1930.
(Estimate: $400-800. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 23 
Large Goldscheider figural table lamp, seated woman with guitar, wearing floral patterned outfit. Marked Goldscheider Wien, artist signed “Thomasch”, porcelain 19.5”H., ca.1925-30.
(Estimate: $300-500. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 24 
Goldscheider figure of Art Deco woman in blue hat, blue patterned dress, and black gloves, with martini glass on the bar. Marked “Goldscheider Wien, made in Germany, impressed 7509-279-19, ca.1930-35, 12.5”H.
(Estimate: $200-400. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 25 
Goldscheider figure of Art Deco woman in flamenco attire, castanets in her hand. Marked Goldscheider Wien made in Austria, impressed 3452-3-30, ca.1925-30, 17.5”H.
(Estimate: $200-400. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 26 
Fine French art Deco bronze and glass vitrine, domed top with textured opaque glass, mirrored back, glass shelves, lighted, ca.1925, 76.5”H. x 35.5”W. x 15.5”D., brass tag “Delarue-Picard” 1885 Paris.
(Estimate: $1000-2000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 27 
Good 19th C. Italian micro-mosaic plaque of the Vatican with the Castel Sant’Angelo in foreground right, and St. Peters Basilica in middle background, with figures, and a boat in foreground, 6 ½” x 5” mounted in fancy gilt frame.
(Estimate: $300-500. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 28 
19th C. Italian micro-mosaic plaque with nine scenes of Rome, Doves of Pliny at center, very detailed with tiny tesserae, 6.25”W. x 4.5”H.
(Estimate: $300-500. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 29 
19th C. Italian micro-mosaic plaque of the Colosseum, with marble specimens around the border, 6 1/8”W. x 4.5”H.
(Estimate: $300-500. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 30 
Two Italian micro-mosaic plaques of the Colosseum and the Pantheon, approx. 4”W. x 3”H. each
(Estimate: $200-400. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 31 
17th/18th C. Spanish Colonial oil on canvas of Madonna and child in simple rosewood frame, 30”H. x 22.5”W.
(Estimate: $400-800. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 32 
17th/18th C. Spanish Colonial oil on canvas of the Christ Carrying the Cross, 25”H. x 33”W
(Estimate: $400-800. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 33 
17th/18th C. Spanish Colonial oil on canvas of Saint Gerome holding a skull, 31.5”H. x 22.25”W.
(Estimate: $300-500. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 34 
Good pair of Chinese hardstone table screens, round stone plaque with jade, carnelian, rose quartz, tigers eye, agate, and other materials. Plaques sit in carved rosewood frames, 10.75”Dia., 16”H. overall, Republic period.
(Estimate: $800-1200. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 35 
Chinese enamel decorated carp vase, blue ground with aqua, rust, and light yellow enamel decorated swimming carp, very whimsical, 17.75”H., 19th C.
(Estimate: $600-800. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 36 
Two Asian 19th C. blue and white bowls, Phoenix decoration with clouds, 7.5”W. x 3.75”H., both signed on bottom.
(Estimate: $300-500. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 37 
Pair Chinese 19th C. blue and white vases on carved rosewood stands, with flying dragons and Phoenix birds, with clouds and symbols, 9.5”H., 11.25”H.
(Estimate: $600-800. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 38 
Charley Garry (Fr. 1891-1973) Art Deco oil on canvas of female saxophone player in cabaret costume, signed lower right “Ch. Garry 1927”, 36.5”H. x 25.75”W. Exhibition label on reverse and Sotheby’s Paris auction label.
(Estimate: $1000-2000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 39 
John Rutherford Boyd, Illustrator (Am. 1884-1951) watercolor on paper of three male window dressers putting lingerie on female mannequin, 24”H. x 28”W. sight size, in large gold leaf frame, 38”H. x 42”W. overall. This painting and the three other Rutherford Boyd’s were all purchased from Hirschl & Adler Galleries N.Y.C. in 1988. Very appealing in person, appears unsigned
(Estimate: $2000-4000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 40 
John Rutherford Boyd, Illustrator (Am. 1884-1951) watercolor on paper, “Jesse Crawford at the Paramount Theatre”. 23.25” x 12 1/8”, in matted and gilt frame 36” x 23.25” overall. Retains original Hirschl & Adler labeling on back.
(Estimate: $800-1000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 41 
Charder cameo glass Art Deco hanging light fixture, purple over mottled blue and frosted glass ground, original wrought iron holder. 21.75”Dia., ca.1925, signed in cameo “Charder”. Quite striking in person.
(Estimate: $500-1000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 42 
Schneider internally decorated Cluthra bowl, pink swirls with internal bubbles, applied clear glass rick-rack around body. 11”W. x 6”H., signed Schneider France on bottom and side
(Estimate: $400-600. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 43 
Schneider Art Deco glass and silvered brass hanging light fixture with six patterned frosted glass panels each signed Schneider 406 France, heavy embossed pattern of geometric shapes. 28”H. x 25.25”Dia., ca.1925.
(Estimate: $800-1200. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 44 
Schneider Art Deco glass & silvered brass wall sconces, matches previous lot, each glass panel signed Schneider 406 France, 13.25”H. x 6”W., ca.1925.
(Estimate: $400-800. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 45 
Degue Art Deco glass and steel hanging light fixture with central glass panel and one side panel signed “Degue”, 18”H. x 27”W., ca.1925.
(Estimate: $500-1000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 46 
Degue Art Deco glass and steel wall sconces, matches previous lot, one panel signed “Degue”, 14”W. x 6”H., ca.1925.
(Estimate: $200-400. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 47 
Large Chinese 18th/19th C. covered jar, Imari palette with panels of floral pattern, 23.25”H. x 16” Dia.
(Estimate: $400-600. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 48 
Chinese blue and white low bowl with floral decoration inside and out, character marks on foot, 15.75” dia.
(Estimate: $300-500. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 49 
Large Chinese 19th C. enamel decorated jar, 16”H. x 21”Dia. with flying dragon and floral motif, in colors of yellow, green, rust, and blue, very dramatic on carved rosewood base
(Estimate: $800-1200. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 50 
Pair 19th C. Chinese cloisonné shore birds, herons, 9.5”H.
(Estimate: $400-600. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 51 
Royal Copenhagen Blue Flute pattern china set, 62 pieces, including a 12.5” oval covered soup tureen; 16” oval platter; coffee pot w/ cover; tea pot w/cover; sugar bowl and creamer, and 12 each of coffee cups and saucers, demitasse cups and saucers, and 7.5”Dia. luncheon plates, the set is second quality
(Estimate: $600-800. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 52 
Herman Miller black leather Eames chair and ottoman on cherry frame, original tags on bottom
(Estimate: $800-1200. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 53 
Daniel Kelly (Am., b. 1947) hand colored print on handmade paper of two Koi fish in shades of orange. Signed L.R. David Kelly ’95, A.P. 1/3.
(Estimate: $800-1200. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 54 
Richard Anuszkiewicz (Am., b. 1930) optical art, folded and painted paper. Aqua center on orange field. Mounted in plexiglass case, 44.5” square, signed L.R. Anuszkiewicz 1987, 2/15.
(Estimate: $800-1200. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 55 
Carved and gilt mahogany Art Nouveau style mirror, carved dandelion seed pods and poppies, 47.5”H. x 39”W.
(Estimate: $400-600. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 56 
Pair of Meiji period Japanese figural candelabras, Samurai with swords and Geisha with multiple hair combs, both figures hold cherry tree branches forming double candelabra, 23”H., reddish brown patina, appear unsigned.
(Estimate: $2000-3000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 57 
Two 19th C. Chinese carved rosewood and marble inset stands, intricately carved with floral motifs, 19”H. x 20”Dia.
(Estimate: $500-700. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 58 
Pair of Chinese Rose Mandarin vases, large panels with figures on front and back, floral and butterfly background, 24.5”H. ca.1850
(Estimate: $1000-1500. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 59 
Chinese 19th C. Rose Mandarin table screen, porcelain panel set in carved rosewood frame, 15.5”H. x 9.5”W., ca.1850
(Estimate: $400-600. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 60 
Chinese bronze two-part vase with panels of birds with applied dragons, reddish brown patina, 36"H
(Estimate: $400-600. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 61 
American rosewood Victorian sewing lift top cabinet, compartmentalized interior with mirror in lid, cabriole legs, carved case, 31”H. x 24”W.
(Estimate: $200-400. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 62 
French mid-19th C. four bottle cut glass decanter set, gilt bronze trim ring, coiled snake holding the bottles together, mounted in ebonized turned wooden base, original gilt stoppers, 14.5”H., ca.1840.
(Estimate: $300-500. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 63 
American, early 19th C. tiger maple and flame birch step back four drawer miniature chest, original turned ball feet, original finish, ca. 1820-30., 12.5"H. x 20.5"W. x 8.5"D.
(Estimate: $200-400. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 64 
English sterling six piece coffee and tea set with sterling tray, 15” kettle on stand; 8” coffee pot; 6.75” tea pot;7.25” hot milk, sugar, creamer, sterling tray. Approx. 240 ozs troy weight total Retailed by Hancocks of London
(Estimate: $2000-3000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 65 
Tiffany & Co Makers sterling footed tray, 10” Dia. with repoussé border and chased floral center, ca.1873-1891, approx. 22 troy ozs
(Estimate: $300-500. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 66 
Twelve sterling Kirk repoussé 6.25” butter plates, Repoussé border, no monogram to center, approx. 48.5 ozs troy weight, ca. 1950.
(Estimate: $400-600. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 67 
Three pieces of sterling: Tiffany & Co mid-century 5.5” bowl, approx. 20 ozs; Georg Jensen blossom pattern #177A, approx. 6 ozs troy; American sterling porringer approx. 5 ozs. Total weight approx. 31 ozs troy
(Estimate: $300-500. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 68 
Pair French 19th C. hand painted oval miniatures, woman signed “Lebrum”, man artist signed “Levachuer”, framed, 3.5”H. each
(Estimate: $300-500. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 69 
19th/20th C. hand painted oval miniature, in gold and silver enamel, set with rose cut diamonds around bezel. Artist signed “E. Rinzi” in original leather fitted carrying case, miniature 1.75”H.
(Estimate: $300-500. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 70 
Three 18th/19th C. portrait miniatures, American/English: folk depiction of woman in blue dress; man in dress attire, and young man in dress attire, largest 2 7/8”H.
(Estimate: $400-600. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 71 
French 19th C. Louis XV style three seat settee, carved and painted surface with good brocade fabric, 64.5W. x 47”H.
(Estimate: $600-800. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 72 
Anatore J. Guillot (French, 1865-1911) 19th C. bronze figure of beautiful young woman with cherub, 16.25”H., greenish brown patina, ca.1890, impressed signature J. Guillot.
(Estimate: $400-600. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 73 
19th C. French “Jerome Thibouville-Lamy” cylinder eight-tune music box. 12” cylinder with comb. Stenciled tracery gilt decoration, box 21”L, ca.1870.
(Estimate: $400-800. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 74 
Chinese 19th C. Peach-Bloom porcelain pot, blue underglaze character marks, incised decoration to front and back, 5”Dia.
(Estimate: $800-1200. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 75 
Chinese 19th C. Peach-Bloom vase on carved hardwood stand, appears original, 7.5” x 10” W.
(Estimate: $500-700. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 76 
Chinese 18th C. cucumber glaze vase, 5.25”H., unmarked.
(Estimate: $800-1200. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 77 
Chinese 18th C. celadon, low bowl incised lines, and shaped rim, 13.25”
(Estimate: $600-800. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 78 
Chinese 18th/19th C. celadon, 9.5” dia. scalloped plate, incised pattern with diapered center
(Estimate: $200-400. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 79 
Kikuo Saito (b. 1939-2016) “Turkish Twigs” oil on canvas, titled, and signed verso 1986, 55.5" x 85.5".
(Estimate: $3000-5000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 80 
Kikuo Saito (b.1939) oil on canvas “Moors-Moon” 1993, signed, titled and dated on canvas back. Signed on front bottom center Kikuo Saito. 59.75” x 39.5”
(Estimate: $3000-5000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 81 
Brian Williams (Am. b. 1950) watercolor on paper, “Diadodan Autumn”, with Bonfoey Galleries label. 49 5/8”H. x 26.5”W. framed and matted.
(Estimate: $400-600. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 82 
Mayumi Oda (Japanese) woodblock diptych, “Sea Turtle”, pencil signed lower left and numbered 14/50, depicts naked female diver and sea turtle, 38.5” x 52”.
(Estimate: $2000-3000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 83 
Pair Chinese jade and hardstone table screens, proper pair with jade, agate, lapis lazuli, and other materials. Carved rosewood stands, panels 11”H. x 8.25”W., 15.75” overall.
(Estimate: $800-1200. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 84 
Chinese Republic period carved jade boat with figures on interior, carved rosewood base resembles waves. Jade 5.5”H. x 8.5”L., 7”H. overall.
(Estimate: $300-500. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 85 
Republic period Chinese carved jade archaic form sauce boat, 5.75”W., in original fitted box.
(Estimate: $300-500. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 86 
Large Chinese jade urn converted to lamp with carved handles and finial, front and back carved with fish, vines, floral, foo dogs. Carved rosewood base inlayed with silver wire. Jade bangle forms finial to lamp. Urn 15”H.
(Estimate: $1000-2000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 87 
Two Chinese carved jade items: pierced carved chop/seal dragon motif 3.5”; along with a pierced carved pendant with birds and flowers, 2.25”H.
(Estimate: $300-500. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 88 
Pair Japanese Kutani Koro, handled footed with foo dog finials and finely painted bird and floral panels, 19th C.
(Estimate: $400-600. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 89 
Pair Japanese Ko-Kutani figures; standing man and seated woman with a pug dog. Man 6.75”, woman 6”H., 19th C.
(Estimate: $100-200. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 90 
Manner of Jules LeLeu, Art Deco marble top console in rosewood with black veined marble top, ca.1925. 47”W. x 38”H. x 18”D., very stylish and small size makes it usable.
(Estimate: $1000-2000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 91 
Edmund Frederick (Am. b. 1870) watercolor illustration from American Weekly, depicts three women inspecting jewelry while dapper man looks on, framed and matted, signed middle right Edmund Frederick, ca.1930, watercolor en-grisaille, heightened with gouache, 20”H. x 16”W.,
(Estimate: $800-1200. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 92 
John Rutherford Boyd, Illustrator (Am. 1884-1951) watercolor on paper, “Bathers at the Seashore” ca.1935, 28”H. x 32.75”W., in matted silver leaf frame. This painting, as well as the other Boyd’s, came from Hirschl & Adler in 1989, retains original labels on reverse.
(Estimate: $2000-4000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 93 
John Rutherford Boyd, Illustrator (Am. 1884-1951) watercolor on paper, “Beach Umbrellas and Bathers”, figures lounging on the beach, 24.5”H. x 20.5”W., matted and housed in a liner, ca.1930, appears unsigned.
(Estimate: $1000-2000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 94 
Five Modernist Art Deco style bar stools, black leather & chrome.
(Estimate: $500-700. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 95 
Bronze sculpture seated nude signed. C. Pyne (Charles J. Pyne), 14/15, 13”H. on mahogany base
(Estimate: $200-400. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 96 
Charles J. Pyne bronze figure of kneeling Native American titled “Spirit Creatures”. 16”H., signed C. Pyne ca. 1983, 3/20.
(Estimate: $400-600. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 97 
Joseph E. Yoakum (Am. 1888-1976) drawing, Three Sisters Mountain range near McKenzie Ridge, Oregon 8/14-69, signed upper left. 12”H. x 19”W. Yoakum was a friend of the deceased and this piece was acquired directly from the artist.
(Estimate: $4000-6000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 98 
Joseph E. Yoakum (Am. 1888-1976) “Sierra Maestra on Guantanamo Bay near Santiago Cuba”, colored pencil and other medium. Image 12”H. x 19”W. Titled upper left, but appears unsigned. Yoakum was a friend of the deceased and the painting was acquired directly from the artist.
(Estimate: $2000-4000. This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
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