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Lot 1 
19th C. cobalt decorated stoneware jug, early form with double handles and ovoid shape, with a vibrant cobalt blue decoration of pecking chicken, 12”H x 8”W, Prov. Laracy collection. Condition: chip on spout, some flaking.
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 2 
Large 19th C. five gallon stoneware jug, by W. Hart, Ogdensburgh, with cobalt snowflake decoration, 17”H x 12” dia. Condition: 1” chip to base.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 3 
19th C. decorated pouring pitcher, likely PA region, with floral and leaf decoration and applied handle, 11” H. Condition: some chips to underside bottom, likely losses during production.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 4 
19th C. American school folk art profile portrait, child holding a pocket watch against a green painted back drop, oil on canvas, in a painted frame. 28” x 21.5” stretcher, overall 35” x 29”. Prov. Goldman collection, Condition: lined with scattered in paint throughout, minor white paint splatter on lower portion
(Estimate: $2000-3000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 5 
Country Federal painted checker board top stand, an early 19th C. example with one drawer, painted with a reddish black top and an ochre and red checker board, with original brass knobs. Prov. Laracy collection. Condition: retains most of its original paint, structurally sound, some paint loss to top and expected light wear.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 6 
18th C. American cherry pipe box with drawer, lollipop handle dovetailed case and drawer poplar secondary, 19.5” X 5.5” X 5” D. Condition: old refinish structurally very good.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 7 
Charles Wysocki (US, 1928-2002) oil on canvas, “Maine Community”, dated 1967, stretcher 24” x 30”, with frame 30” x 36”. Exhibited at Triton Museum of Art, San Jose CA.; J. Walter Thompson art collection NYC, Antique Associates, to present owner. Goldman collection, Condition: very good.
(Estimate: $8000-12000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 7R 
Antique Persian prayer rug, navy field with floral decoration. 4”4" x 6'8” Condition: some white weft threads visible.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 8 
Two American carved eagles, larger example carved pine gilt and polychrome painted, with shield and flags, ca. 1920-40, 26”L x 10”H; other carved in four sections, stacked, with gilt surface, ca 1900-20, 20”W x 7”H. Condition: larger good no losses, smaller example with some chips.
(Estimate: $500-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 9 
19th C. Federal convex mirror, with carved eagle and foliate crest, 43”H x 27"W. Condition: reglued piece on acanthus swag, gilt loss and wear throughout.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 10 
18th C. maple and birch serving table, likely New Hampshire, a fine example in a rare form, two board cherry top with thumb molded edge, cut out apron shaped on three sides, cabriole legs ending in high pad feet, 28"H. x 22"D. x 36"W. Condition: refinished, the top and bottom with similar paint history no extra holes, pad feet appear original
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 11 
Fine molded copper weathervane, horse and rider; late 19th C. example depicting Dexter with zinc head jockey, retains an appealing early weathered surface showing verdigris and some gilt, 32” L x 17”H, with stand and wall shelf. Condition: generally very good, no structural loss expected weathering and wear. Prov. purchased at Sothebys sale Oct 16th 2000, by present owner. Goldman collection,See receipt.
(Estimate: $3000-5000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 12 
18th C. pedestal candlestand with "X" form feet, turned shaft, and round top. A simple early example. 27"H. x 16" Dia. Condition: some surface scuffing.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 13 
Luigi Lucioni (Italy, VT, 1900-1988) oil on canvas, "The Weathered Barn", signed and dated 1947. Crisp and colorful interpretation of Lucioni's most coveted subject, barns in the Vermont landscape. In gilt frame. Provenance: Associated American Artists, Hirschl and Adler Galleries NY, Richard York Gallery 2001, Goldman Collection. See literature and gallery labels. 19.25" x 30.75", overall size 25” x 37”. Condition: excellent.
(Estimate: $20,000-40,000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 14 
Luigi Lucioni (Italy, VT, 1900-1988), oil on canvas, still life titled “Dahlias and Apples”, dated 1931, signed and dated lower left, in modern gilt frame. Stretcher 22'' x 18.5", overall size 30” x 26”. Provenance: 1932 purchased by the Metropolitan Museum, youngest American artist to exhibit at the MET, 2001 Richard York Galleries to present owner, Goldman collection. See literature. Condition: very good, some slight wrinkling to canvas on upper edge
(Estimate: $8000 -12000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 15 
Early 19th C. paint decorated one drawer blanket chest, small size with a hinged lift top revealing a poplar till, front with one long drawer, on cut out feet, original puddy paint decoration, poplar secondary. 30”H x 42”L x 17.5”D. Condition: overall very good original paint, some minor scuffing.
(Estimate: $500-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 16 
Two 19th C. Shaker finger boxes, oval three fingers in yellow and red paint, yellow example 6.25” L and red 6” L. Condition: structurally good, yellow example with paint wear.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 17 
Early 19th C. Vermont Inn sign, a fine example of early Americana, for the “G. Jenks Inn,” with original polychrome paint depicting the Goddess Liberty holding a staff with her liberty cap atop, with the other hand holding a chalice, allowing the free independent American bald eagle to drink, river and landscape in background. A single sided sign made of two boards 1 1/8” thick, joining the two outer edges carved and painted cornucopia depicting abundance, the top with the watchful eagles eye and the bottom with the Inn name “G Jenks Inn” and applied black painted molding capturing the central image. The sign retains its original hand forged iron hardware for hanging. Size: 47”H (excluding iron) x 43” W. Goldman collection. Condition: an exceptional survivor with original paint, vertical crack along the juncture of the two boards. Please note: further research has discovered this sign was from East Rupert VT the George Jenks Inn built in 1807, further info available to buyer.
(Estimate: $4000-6000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 17R 
Antique Oriental room size rug, camel colored field with center medallion and rust orange colored border. 8’6” x 12’10” Condition: low pile, faded color in areas, some weft threads visible.
(Estimate: $2000-3000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 18 
Federal two drawer tiger maple stand, with square top and two dovetailed drawers, poplar secondary, turned legs, ca. 1820, 28.5H x 21.5”W x 18”D. Condition: pleasing refinish.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 19 
Late 19th C. folk decorated mirror carved and painted with ship, lighthouse, sea lions, USSV life preservers, and bald eagle, 23” X 20”. Prov. Laracy collection. Condition: frame appears in very good original condition.
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 20 
19th C. American mahogany Hepplewhite slant lid desk, with fitted interior, four drawers, and inlay around apron, on French feet. 40”W x 20”D x 42.25”H. Condition: locking area on lid with losses, losses to cock beading around drawers, scratching and scuffing.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 21 
19th C. carved wood and painted pilot house eagle, spread wings perched on a poplar wood board, painted in mustard yellow and black, iron rods down through the back into the legs and bolted on the underside of plinth, hand forged iron brackets brace the wings, 18.5”H x 31” wing tip to wing tip. Prov. Goldman collection. Condition: one tail feather missing, over painted in areas, structurally sound.
(Estimate: $2000-3000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 22 
Great Maine folk art carved and painted stand, in polychrome red/white/blue paint, with verses “God Bless Our Home” and “God Bless America,” dated 1928, Maine, top with inlaid star designs, 29.5” H x 21”L x 12”D top. Prov. Laracy collection. Condition: good with expected areas of paint wear, no structurally losses.
(Estimate: $1200-1800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 23 
Fine American School 19th C. primitive oil on canvas, depicting farm scene in the rolling hills with hay stacks and bridge, unsigned, on pine stretchers, 32” x 40”, overall 38” x 46” in a period carved and gilt frame. Goldman collection, Condition: original canvas, clean.
(Estimate: $2000-3000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 24 
Large 19th C. oval Shaker finger box, four finger example in red paint, 4 3/4”H X 11 7/8” L x 8 3/8”. D. Condition structurally good some stain to top.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 25 
Small two-part Chippendale curly maple chest-on-chest, 19th C., top section with four drawers, stylized fan carving, bottom with three graduated drawers on ogee feet, maple drawer fronts, pine case sides, 61”H x 31”W lower section x 18”D. Condition: shows sings of wear throughout, shows sings of wear throughout, repaired rear foot facing, chip in drawer carving, various blemishes, various blemishes.
(Estimate: $500-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 26 
Eric Sloane (NY, 1905-1985) oil on masonite, “The Milk House", with Sloane’s quintessential autumn colors, ca. 1960. Signed and titled lower left, in a vintage barn board frame. 24" X 36" board, 44.5” x 32.5” overall. Prov. purchased 2007 Clarke Galleries Stowe VT, Goldman collection, see receipt. Condition: excellent no inpaint
(Estimate: $8000-12000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 27 
Pair of Chippendale brass andirons, period examples with engraved designs on claw and ball feet, 19” H X 21” L X 14” W. Condition- central interior iron post replaced with machine threaded post and nut.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 27R 
Oriental Caucasian scatter rug, 3 medallion, brown blue and red field. 3’11” x 5’2” Condition: wear to fringe, wear to center.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 28 
Federal Portsmouth New Hampshire two drawer stand, ca. 1820, a fine example of a classic NH form, reeded legs with cookie corner top, mahogany with flame birch veneered panels, lower shelf with scalloped edge, period brass pulls. 19”L x 19”W x 30”H. Condition: older refinish, dovetailed drawer, no apparent replacements.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 29 
19th C. alphabet sampler with verse by Martha Jerald Chase, age nine, 1826, Cornish NH. 16” x 17” overall. Condition: slight color fading, other minor staining.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 30 
Connecticut River Valley cherry card table, with two drawers, and tapered legs, 35.5”L x 17.25”W x 29”H. Condition: shrinkage crack to top, one board on top slightly loose, chip to back right of top board.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 31 
John Francis Murphy (NY, 1853-1921) oil on canvas, Tonalist twilight autumn landscape with house and stream, signed J Francis Murphy 1890, in a carved gilt frame, 18” x 38”, overall 26” x 30”. Provenance: Christie’s sale Jan. 1999, Goldman collection, Condition: lined, minor in-paint in sky
(Estimate: $3000-5000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 32 
Fine Queen Anne CT cherry candle stand, ca. 1780-1800, a highly desirable form with a dovetailed candle drawer, tray top, and urn standard, on well-formed full bodied cabriole legs. 15”W x 14”L x 27”H. Condition: refinished, structurally good with no loss or repairs to legs, top and drawer appears original.
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 33 
Impressive late 19th C. game cock weathervane, an exceptional large size in copper, with nice gold leaf surface with some verdigris weathering, on zinc legs, 36.5”H x 30”L. Condition: very good, with iron stand
(Estimate: $5000-8000 )
Lot 34 
Bill Graveline tempera on masonite, Vermont landscape with barn, 12” x 18” board. Condition: very good.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 35 
18th C. New England gate-leg dining table, maple top with walnut base, good early turnings with one drawer, 29.5”H x 42” L. Condition: refinished, replaced drawer bottom, other repairs
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 36 
Hermann Dudley Murphy (MA, 1867-1945) oil on canvas Mt. Monadnock, summer view of the White Mountains-Mt. Monadnock, signed lower right and tilted on reverse with inscription, “To my good friend Americo and his wife, Dec 3rd 1939”, in a period carved and gilt frame, 25” x 30”, overall size 33” X 38”. Prov. Christie’s Jan 1999, Goldman Collection. Condition: original canvas no inpaint.
(Estimate: $3000-5000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 37 
Fine 18th C. New England maple tray top tea table, maple top with applied tray molded edge, well formed scalloped apron on four sides with delicate cabriole legs on pad feet, 28"H. x 20"D. x 31"W. Condition: old rich refinish, old mend to one leg but well done.
(Estimate: $2000-3000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 37R 
Silk Oriental rug, with rich navy field and maroon border, 6” x 8’9”. Condition: very good,
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 38 
Fine Federal New Hampshire one-drawer stand, workshop of Stephen Ross, a light stand with a feather painted cookie corner top, case with one dovetailed mahogany veneer drawer, with period knob, line inlay and screw thread carved edge, legs with simple carved bell and spool post on delicate roped carved legs, ca. 1820s, 16”W x 14”L x 27”H. Condition very good, retaining an early finish.
(Estimate: $2000-3000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 39 
19th C. large size ships half hull with early green paint and stain, hollowed body with screw construction, 49.5”L x 13”H x 7”D. Condition: slight abrasions and chipping.
(Estimate: $700-1000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 40 
18th C. PA Chippendale mahogany chest, a four-drawer example with fluted quarter columns and ogee feet, retains original brass and old finish, 34”H x 38” W x 18.5” D. Condition: good with original feet with great glue blocks.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 41 
John Fabian Carlson (NY, 1875-1945) oil on canvas, late afternoon winter landscape titled “Mountain Stream”, signed lower left and on reverse, in a period frame, 18” x 24”, overall 23” x 29”. Provenance: Christie’s sale Jan 1999, Goldman collection. Condition: original canvas no inpaint, could benefit from a cleaning.
(Estimate: $3000-5000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 42 
Oil on oak panel, masted schooner with America flag, signed and dated 1906, 15.75” x 25.75”. Prov. Ex Giampietro, Laracy collection, Condition: slight flaking and chipping throughout, horizontal abrasions in water, dirt buildup.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 43 
Fine Federal NH Dunlap candle stand, likely by Samuel Dunlap, Salisbury/Henniker area. This early 19th C. birch and maple candle stand portrays the iconic Dunlap features for this form, the top with notched corners, the stem turned with a slender urn and the traditional hexagonal ends, on well formed snake legs traces of an early red stain. 16.25”W x 16.5”L x 25.5”H. Condition: structurally sound no damage or replaced parts.
(Estimate: $2000-4000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 44 
19th C. game cock copper weathervane with zinc head and feet, old verdigris surface, 22”H x 15”L. Condition multiple bullet holes, dents, separation at seams
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 45 
18th C. Queen Anne sycamore lowboy/dressing table, small size with two board molded top, front with arrangement of four drawers, cabriole legs on pad feet, 31"H. x case width 29.5, top 21"D. x 33"W. Condition refinished, replaced brass, structurally good.
(Estimate: $1500-2500 )
Lot 46 
Large 19th C. oil on canvas view of the Hudson River, figures, boats and township in background, 56.5” H x 80.5”L, unframed. This painting was professionally conserved in 2007 by Simon Parkes Art Conservation Inc. NYC, costing $16,200, see receipt. Prov. Goldman collection. Condition: see receipt for restoration details. Lined, some inpainting visible at three vertical canvas joins, other small areas in sky.
(Estimate: $2000-4000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 47 
18th C. American Stretcher Base Tavern Table. Molded walnut top, on a figured maple base, with early turnings, 25"H. x 29"W. x 20"D. Condition: refinished, with appropriate wear to stretchers, top and bottom appear original.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 47R 
Oriental scatter rug red/orange field with navy border. 4’6” x 6’9”. Condition: wear to edges, area of low pile in center.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 48 
Two 19th C. Needlework memorials on silk, American school example, depicting mourning woman, with urn, “to the memory of two sisters, Christina & Catherine, this urn is dedicated by Temperance Fletcher, they bloom to fade no more.” Image 12” x 9”, overall 16.5” x 14”. With a second example, English School, woman memorializing Shakespeare, overall 18.5” x 16”. Condition: American with some staining to silk, period eglomise panel glass. English with some staining to silk.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 49 
Warren Kimble (VT, 20th C.) carved and painted wooden tavern sign, depicting a large cow and small red barn, single sided with turned columns, 39” H x 57”L, Condition: overall very good no loss or damage, Prov. Gallery on the Green, Sept 25th 2000, Goldman collection, see receipt.
(Estimate: $2000-4000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 50 
Fine Federal Boston inlaid chest ca 1810, a fine example in mahogany with plum pudding drawer fronts, with an intricate beaded inlay along the top edge and bottom apron, arched apron typical of the Boston school, white pine secondary, old finish. 39” H X 41” W X 21”D. Condition: fitted with single post drawer pulls, old re-enforcement screws added to back post, some old minor repairs to inlays, old and likely original finish.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 51 
19th C. American School oil on canvas laid on masonite, child with butterflies and flowers, landscape in background, 30” x 24” sight size, in gilt frame, overall 34” x 29”. Condition: canvas laid on masonite, frame needs repair.
(Estimate: $400-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 52 
18th C. English needleworks on silk, globe maps, signed Mary Kekwick and Catherine Kekwick, depicting the Americas and Europe, with a neo-classical floral stitched border, ca 1800, image oval matted 18” x 16.5” overall with frame 26” x 24”. Prov. Mallett London, 1999, see receipt. Condition: nicely framed under glass, one has minor splits in silk in the border, some light fading discoloration as one would expect considering the age.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 53 
Fine 18th C. New Hampshire maple tray top tea table, with a rectangular two board birch top with applied tray molded edge, maple base with one long drawer with early bat wing pull, on high cabriole well formed legs and pad feet. 28"H. x 23.5"D. x 34"W. Condition: old refinish
(Estimate: $2000-3000 )
Lot 54 
Oil on Masonite flower garden and cape house, reportedly Dorset VT, 20” x 29”, in a painted frame, Condition good
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 55 
Fine 1948 Oldsmobile Woody Wagon, the original SUV beach wagon, this 1948 Woody has been meticulously cared for by the present owners for over 20 years, purchased in 1998 from Green Valentine Classics Memphis TN. Vin number 66170197. Condition: very good running order, Mark and Diane enjoyed many afternoon Sunapee Lake tours this past summer with their Woody beach wagon. See receipts.
(Estimate: $20,000-40,000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 56 
1927 Model T Hack Woody style handcrafted body in maple and oak and auto made by Ford all in wonderful condition with title. Condition: body has been off for restoration, upholstery replaced, engine original. Good running condition.
(Estimate: $15,000-25,000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 56A 
World class, award winning 1915 Model T touring car with brass front end with all accessories, original upholstery in a Carmine red, Rocky Mountain brakes in wonderful condition with 9 trophy's from car awards. Rumor has it that Henry Ford gave this vehicle to one of his close NH friends. Found in a seacoast area with original manuals and title. Condition: no corrosion, engine original, always kept in barn. Good running condition.
(Estimate: $8,000-12,000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 57 
Fine Federal Salem MA (Fiske) card table, demi-lune form in mahogany with three diamond inlays in front apron, on delicate tapering legs and spade feet, rear leg swing leg opening to reveal a hidden drawer, ca. 1800, 28.5”H x 36.5” W x 18” D top. Condition: overall very good
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 57R 
Room size Oriental Heriz rug with vibrant colors repeating center medallions. 7’6” x 10’8” Condition: very good with high pile.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 58 
Two 19th C. Inlaid boxes, fine satinwood and rosewood inlaid pen box, lift top revealing sectional interior, on delicate ogee feet, 3.5”H x 10.5”L x 8.5“D. Along with a mahogany rosewood cross-banded tea caddy, 10”L x 5”H. Condition: both refinished. Estimate: $400-600
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 59 
John Frederick Peto (PA,1854 - 1907) oil on board, still life, depiction of chamber stick, pipe and book, inscribed on reverse “Painted by my father John Frederick Peto, Helen Peto Smiley.” 7.25” x 9.5” in a gilt frame 13” x 15”. Prov. Christie’s sale 2005, Goldman collection. Condition good
(Estimate: $3000-5000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 60 
Hepplewhite inlaid two-part secretary, with two upper case blind doors, a slant lid with fitted interior and hidden door, one long drawer, on tapered legs. 35"W x 79"H x 21"D. Condition: dents and scuffs to slant top, slight shrinkage cracks to lid, scratches to top of base.
(Estimate: $500-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 61 
Jeanne Davies pair of oil paintings, oils on canvases village and rural life by PA artist Jeanne Davies, 20” X 24” in paint decorated frames overall 25” X 29”. Condition very good, no damage.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 62 
Antique Folk Art Odd Fellows rocker, Kahn/Anderson Marna, 46”H x 24”W. Condition: Estimate: areas of wear and shrinkage, heart on back loose at attachment.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 63 
Late 19th C. carved and painted canted pine hanging shelves, a great example of country folk art, with scalloped shelves, chip carved star and geometric carvings, 26”H x 15.75”W x 6”D. Laracy collection Condition: very good
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 64 
Carved and gilt wood trade sign, Ladies shoe sellers trade sign in the form of a Victorian boot, 34”H x34” L, 20th C. , Condition structurally good with no loss some weathering and wear to gilt surface.
(Estimate: $400-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 65 
18th C. Chippendale PA walnut eight drawer tall chest with fluted quarter columns on ogee bracket base, good figured walnut, 36”W x 55.75”H x 24.5”W. Condition: later refinish, replaced brass, case sides with shrinkage cracks, original base, surface abrasions and wear.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 66 
Nicholas Alden Brooks (NY, 1840 - 1904) oil on canvas, titled “Still Life with Wine”, showing rolled document and books, 14” x 18”, in a period carved and gilt frame 20” x 24”, Prov. Christie’s sale Jan 1999, Goldman collection. Condition: lined.
(Estimate: $2000-4000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 67 
Federal mahogany and curly maple drop leaf two drawer stand, ca. 1820, with two curly maple drawer fronts, beaded inlay, on rope carved legs, 29.5”H x 16”W x 18”D. Condition: very good with an old refinish.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 67R 
Oriental Persian rug, light blue center medallion on red field. 4’7 x 6’11”. Condition: overall good Some damage to fringe
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 68 
19th C. ten-drawer antique apothecary chest with reverse decorated foil labels and dovetailed drawers, oak case sides, mahogany drawer fronts. Ca. 1900. 25"W. x 20"H. x 9"D. Condition: staining and surface abrasions.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 69 
Louis Barillot-Bonvalet (France, 19th C.) oil on canvas, still life of potted flowers, signed lower left L. Barillot-Bonvalet. In excellent gilded frame. Canvas, 29” x 21.25” overall 39.5” x 32” Condition: overall good
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 70 
Set of six rush seat country French chairs, with shaped ladder back, removable rush seats, seat height 18”H, overall 35”H. Purchased in 1997 for $550 each. Condition: good.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 71 
William B. Hoyt (VT, b. 1945) large oil on canvas applied to panel, red barns and cows in snow, tiled “Snowy Breakfast”, signed Wm. B. Hoyt, tilted on reverse, in a barn board frame, 32” x 48”, overall size 40” x 56”, Prov. Goldman Collection. condition: excellent.
(Estimate: $3000-5000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 72 
Pair of 18th C. country Q.A. side chairs, maple with rush seats, yoke back crest rail with good bulbous front stretcher and duck feet, believed to be RI origin, seat height 17.5”, back 41”H. Condition very good with an old surface.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 73 
Early American birdcage writing arm Windsor chair, with comb back above birdcage seat back, bamboo turnings, with writing arm supporting dovetailed drawer, inscription on underside of seat reads, reading chair of John Lowe, 1769-1840. 46”H x 18” seat height, 33”W. Condition: old refinish, butterfly repair to split in seat, scratch on writing surface, structurally sound
(Estimate: $400-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 74 
William B. Hoyt (VT, b. 1945) oil on canvas applied to panel, tilted “Wind Jammers at Mitchell Cottage,” 20” x 32”, in a gilt frame overall size 27” x 39”, Prov. Vermont’s Art and Lifestyle Galleries. Condition: excellent.
(Estimate: $2000-3000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 75 
18th C. New England Chippendale bow front chest, four-drawer, on ogee feet, cherry and poplar, with string inlay, 38.25”W x 35”H x 23”D. Condition: old brass, original holes, replaced top lock, missing escutcheon. Drawer slides need adjustment. Missing caulk bead, molding on drawers. Case split in side, chipping and cracks on foot facings, some regluing on original base.
(Estimate: $600-900 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 76 
19th C. miniature chest of drawers with line inlay and spool carved quarter columns, on turned feet, arrangement of six drawers. 11"W x 11"H x 6"D. Condition: good.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 77 
William B. Hoyt (VT, b. 1945) large oil on canvas of boat yard, titled “Back of Browns”, reportedly a Maine view, 24” x 48” in a painted gray frame 30” x 54” overall. Provenance, Goldman collection, Condition: excellent.
(Estimate: $2000-4000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 77R 
Oriental room size rug ivory field with red border. 8’ x 10’3” Condition; worn fringe, overall good.
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 78 
Federal tiger maple corner wash stand, with high scroll back splash, top shelf cut out for a basin, lower shelf with one dovetailed drawer on four high tapering legs, 42”H x 22”W x 16”D. Condition: old and likely original finish later knobs.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 79 
19th C. oil on canvas, portrait of a distinguished gentleman seated at desk, scribing a document, pocket square initialed BS, 38” x 28” in a period gilt frame, 44” x 33” overall. Condition: lined with areas of inpaint.
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 80 
New England Chippendale five-drawer maple tall chest, with upper simulated blanket drawer, on bracket base with drop pediment on apron. 36.25”W x 54”H x 20”D. Condition: Cracked and reglued left rear foot facing, replaced brass over previous drilled knob holes, surface abrasions, missing lower section of backboard.
(Estimate: $600-900 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 81 
19th C. Spencer & Co. London rosewood gimballed ships barometer, with rope carved rosewood housing, attached to a brass gimbal. 38”H. Condition: case in original finish, structurally good, presently containing mercury, working unknown.
(Estimate: $600-900 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 82 
19th C. French oil signed R Choquet, oil on canvas elephant woman seated interior with puppy’s, signed lower right R. Choquet, 18” X 13” In a period gilt frame. Condition lined
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 83 
Bernard Corey (MA, 1914-2000) oil artist’s board, titled “Last of the Snow,” with Rockport Art Association label on reverse, signed on front and back. 10" x 16". Condition: slightly dirty, no indication of repairs.
(Estimate: $600-900 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 84 
Bernard Corey (MA, 1914-2000) oil on artist’s board, “Blue Sky,” unsigned, 8” x 12”, with other oil on canvas, “Winter Landscape,” unsigned, 9” x 14”, both with Royka’s Estate label certifying work by Corey. Condition: gilt frame with some flaking and oxidation, small area of craquelure.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 85 
19th C. Continental slate top console table, black slate top resting on a carved and polychrome paint decorated base, through-carved apron on turned legs, 33”H x 36”L x 15.5”D. Condition: slate top in good condition, paint wear, non active beetle damage.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 86 
19th C. inlaid dresser box in mahogany and bird's eye maple with heart shaped design, hinged lid with interior mirror and two compartment drawers signed Samuel Williams Sept. 30 1833 on brass feet 17"W x 8"H x 10"D. Condition: overall good, refinished.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 87 
Federal NY mahogany tilt top candle stand, with a reeded pedestal and reeded spider legs. Ca. 1815, 29”H x 18”L x 28”W. Condition: old refinish with old repairs to legs.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 87R 
Oriental runner with two white medallions on navy and red field 3’1” x 11’ Condition: overall good worn fringe.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 88 
John O’Shea (CA, 1876-1956) oil on canvas, “Grand Canyon #2," titled on reverse, stamped estate signature lower right, with certificate of authenticity by Emma Pine on reverse. Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art and other labels on reverse. 25” x 30” stretcher, 35.5” x 30.5” frame. Condition: very good.
(Estimate: $1000-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 89 
John O’Shea (CA, 1876-1956) oil on canvas, “Cosmos,” signed lower right, 30” x 25” stretcher, 35” x 30” frame. Condition: very good.
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 90 
Early 18th C. pine two drawer dower chest, paneled front and sides, on bracket base, in original finish. 31”H x 44.5”L x 18”D. Condition: with original key, commensurate with age, some wear.
(Estimate: $600-900 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
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