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Lot 1 
19TH C. MOCHAWARE PITCHER. Earthworm and coin spot decoration. Dark brown and olive green banding. 7.5” H X 9” W. Condition: overall good with some cosmetic blemishes including three flaked losses of green band decoration, 1/2” & 3/4” (on front under spout) staining on interior and on spout, crazing.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 2 
TWO NORTON BENNINGTON VT DECORATED STONEWARE JUGS. Both handled ovoid forms, the first a three gallon example with cobalt slip “3” decoration, L. Norton. 15.5” H X 10.5” W. Second similar example with impressed “3” and cobalt floral motif, L. Norton & Son. 15” H X 10” W.Condition: Norton & Son with a significant age line fracture on front of jug which goes from foot to near top (see images) other slight age lines in handle and body and blemishes including staining. The L. Norton example with two age line cracks at foot into body staining, some chipping on foot and other staining (see images)
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 3 
MAITLAND GRAVES, 1937, O/B, HORSE RACE AT SARATOGA. Signed and dated “Maitland Graves 1937” l.c., 12” x 36”, frame 16 3/4” x 40 1/2”. Condition: Examined under LED and UV light. In overall good condition. Aged varnish throughout. The u.l. edge and column with three small flaked losses. Each of the center columns with some inpainting and small area of inpainting l.r. corner.
(Estimate: $1000-3000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 4 
TWO NAUTICAL FOLK ART PIECES AND COCONUT LADLE. The carved wood shield with patriotic paint-decoration and an interior steamship with label on reverse “Seaman/Artist / Avery Mauritzer USN 1918”, 10” H x 8 1/2” W. The painted shell inkwell ca. 1915, 5 1/2” H x 6 1/2” W x 3” D. The ladle 22” L. Condition: The shield with some loss of the star and buoy decoration, the bottom of the shield with an old break and repair. The ladle with light scuffs.
(Estimate: $100-200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 5 
18TH C. NEW ENGLAND FAN-BACK WINDSOR ARM CHAIR. A refined example with well carved rolled knuckle arms and fan, a saddle seat on a stretchered and vase & ring turned base. An old surface showing a black paint over remnants of green/red stain. 43.5” H X 25.75” W X 19.5” D X 17.25” seat height.Condition: old farm repair (bracing) on underside of proper right arm, current fracture and looseness at right wrist, very slight racking/looseness, some age splitting but stable.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 6 
18TH C. NEW ENGLAND BRACE-BACK WINDSOR ARM CHAIR. Continuous arms supported with an integrated brace back. Well shaped seat over a boldly turned vase & ring stretchered base. Chair in an early and pleasing dark brown stain. Condition: replaced rear spindle which is spliced into the rear of seat. Arms are free of cracks at arched accent, crack in upper bow. Chair is stable with expected slight looseness.
(Estimate: $400-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 7 
EARLY 20TH C. CARVED AND GILT-PAINTED PINE SPREAD EAGLE. The stylized eagle clutching a snake with forward-canted spread wings and applied red painted metal eyes. Inscribed “ZODD / KYEGT” in pencil on verso. 27 1/2” H x 52 1/4” W x 10 1/4” D. Condition: In overall good condition, retaining period hardware. Evidence of multiple paint campaigns (earlier green paint on snake). The legs with stabilized breaks from the talons. Abrasions and light paint loss to the top of the wings and the tail feather.
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 7R 
ANTIQUE EAGLE KAZAK RUG, CA. 1900. With three repeating central medallions on a brick red field with green, navy and tan accents. 5ft. 1” x 9ft. 1”. Condition: light field wear, fraying to the fringe on one side. General soiling.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 8 
LATE 19TH C. CAROUSEL CAMEL. Carved and painted pine in standing position, set with glass eyes, 36”H x 46” L. Condition: Appears to be original paint, however heavy paint wear around the seat, light wear throughout, humps missing padded tops.
(Estimate: $500-1000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 9 
18TH C. FLORAL NEEDLEWORK WITH BIRDS. Likely an American example initialed “M C”. Depicts two doves perched amongst a colorful floral display with strawberries and other fruit clusters. Dyed wool thread on linen. 10.5” X 10” sight size, in an old 11” X 11.25” frame.Condition: not examined out of frame, showing some thread loss, some staining, small hole (see images)
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 10 
19TH C. AMERICAN BLUE PAINTED FLOOR CUPBOARD. With arched cut out base and two plank doors, hand forged iron latches, and molded top, 42” H x 15 1/2” D x 57” L. Condition: Structurally sound, likely altered from a different form. Worn blue paint, back boards old but not original.
(Estimate: $600-900 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 11 
EARLY 20TH C. ABRAHAM LINCOLN POP-UP TOP HAT CANE. The leather top hat with push-down motion and spring-loaded release button behind the carved bone head, with sponge painted wooden shaft, overall 40” H. Condition: In very good condition with little signs of use. The leather top hat with light wear. Some negligible abrasions and faint adhesive mark to the bottom of the shaft.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 12 
IMPRESSIVE CARVED LATE 19TH C. SPREAD-WINGED AM. EAGLE WALL PLAQUE. Monumental scale eagle with antique bronze paint, 27” H x 98” L x 5” D. Provenance: Acquired by seller in 1993 from Historic Smithville Village, in Smithville, NJ. This eagle hung on a wall by a stairway in the main building. Condition: In overall good, structurally sound condition. Note that the wall plaque is constructed of sectional pieces, particularly the wings and shoulders, and that there is some minor separation of these pieces, but they are stable. Paint wear and chips throughout with an area of green paint near the eagle’s leg. Drill holes on reverse from prior hanging.
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 13 
TWO EARLY PAINTED BLANKET BOXES. The smaller an 18th C. example with dovetailed construction in old blue/gray paint, 18” H x 16” D x 49” L. The larger box of the early 19th C., six board with square head nail construction in old light green paint, 18” H x 20” D x 58” L. Condition: Paint wear scratches and chips.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 14 
TWO LATE 19TH C. CANES: SWORD AND SPEAR. The sword cane with figural carved horn beaver head grip containing carved bone teeth and applied bead eyes, over a silvered ferrule with fox head and black painted sheath/cane shaft, 35 1/4” H. The spear cane with polished bone knob and articulated brass flip cover concealing the spear over a rosewood shaft, 35” H, including spear 38 3/4” H (spear length 3 3/4”). Condition: Both in good/very good condition. The sword cane with a chip to the painted black shaft below the silvered ferrule, the carved beaver head grip with some minor hairline cracks, light tarnishing to the silvered ferrule and general tarnishing and rust to the steel blade. Note that the sword is slightly tight within its sheath. Spear cane in good condition, the metal spear with light rust, nickel ferrule loose, some cracks to the bone knob.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 15 
19TH C. AMERICAN CANTED-BACK PAINTED FLOOR CUPBOARD. In two parts, painted in a blue gray paint, open top canted back with plate guards, bottom with one single raised panel door, iron latch and turned knob, 80” H x 20” D x 43 1/2” L. Condition: Structurally sound with repairs and replacements.
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 16 
TWO LATE 19TH C. CANES: FLUTE AND PIPE. The flute cane with polished bone knob, brass ferrules, and turned rosewood shaft, 37 3/4”. The pipe cane with carved rosewood shaft and porcelain pipe with painted scene by Antonin Leksa. The upper portion screw-off portion of the cane conceals pipe mouth piece. 33 1/2” H. Condition: The flute cane with some light and nicks scratches throughout, a loose upper portion and an old chip below the middle ferrule. The pipe cane with aged patina, some light abrasions and remnants of old adhesive to bottom near brass foot. The mahogany knob possibly replaced.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 17 
19TH C. FRENCH ZINC HORSE HEAD TRADE SIGN. Very well executed repousse with a gilt paint over previous layers, 26” H X 19” D X 13” W - Condition: Several areas with fracture to the zinc, flaking and loss to surface, ears have splitting at connection to head, old farm repair to a split in zinc on side.
(Estimate: $1200-1800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 17R 
ANTIQUE HERIZ ROOM-SIZE RUG, CA. 1925-30. With all over design on a navy field with powder blue, salmon, light green, and brick red accents. 9ft. 3” x 11 ft. 8”. Condition: very light even wear to edges and general soiling.
(Estimate: $1200-1800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 18 
1817 EDWARD RUGGLES ROLL MAP OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. Published in Walpole, N.H., improved in 1837, with cartouche of Bellows Falls and Mansion House Hotel engraved by O.T. Eddy, 30” x 20”. Condition: Mounted on canvas. Note that there is a faint “3” visible under the “Improved 1844” date. We believe that the brown color was added in 1844. Staining and toning throughout. Minor wrinkling and stabilized tears.
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 19 
LATE 19TH C. BRITISH FRIGATE DIORAMA. Paint-decorated port-side view in open waters with mirrored background and sides housed in a oak case with floral decorated pediment and beaded edges ending on knob feet, 19 1/2” H x 19” L x 6” D. Condition: good stable condition retaining the majority of its parts and pieces in place. Ingrained dirt throughout and dust on the molded waves, some of the paper cut-out figures have fallen overboard. Mizzenmast likely a later replacement. Some loss of beading.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 20 
18TH C. PAINTED TWO-DOOR FLOOR CUPBOARD. A molded top above two raised panel doors suspended from hand forged iron hinges with applied molding and cut out base, old blue/green paint likely later. 63” H x 18” D x 48” L. Condition: Structurally sound expected signs of age for this 240 year old floor cupboard.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 21 
19TH C. AMERICAN CUT PAPER & INK SCHERENSCHNITTE. Finely executed cherub holding the reins on a fanning peacock, inscribed with ink verse, paper is approx 7” x 9” in a quality vintage frame, 16 1/2” X 18”. Condition: Some paper toning/staining, blade of grass is torn.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 22 
19TH C., O/C, PORTRAIT OF GEORGE WASHINGTON. American School, appears to retain period strainer and frame, canvas lined, 29 1/4” x 21 1/2”, frame 33 1/4” x 26 1/2”. Condition: Examined under UV and LED lights. Craquelure throughout and some fine inpainting to the craquelure on the nose and forehead above proper right eye. A two-inch repaired tear on the proper left shoulder and a small area of inpainting to the cravat. Very light strainer and frame abrasion.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 23 
EARLY 19TH C., O/C, PORTRAIT OF GEORGE WASHINGTON. American School, appears to retain period stretcher and frame. Canvas unlined 8 1/2” x 8 1/2”, frame 13” x 13”. Condition: Examined under LED and UV light. Aged varnish craquelure throughout. Some ingrained dirt and severe varnish blooms. The u.r corner with a raised point due to contact with the stretcher.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 24 
BUFFALO BILL/COL. W.F. CODY PRESENTATION BOX. Paint decorated Allibhoy Vallijee & Sons steel dispatch box with finely painted presentation from Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Company to Col. W.F. Cody - “Presented to Col. W.F. Cody W. Brompton, London 1887 By The Staff Of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Company”, the lid decorated with Native American figures and motifs. A testimonial has been written by a Mr. Farlowe of London describing how he acquired the box at a English flea market, 21 1/4” W X 10” H X 14 1/4” D Condition: box has paint loss and minor dents/bends, no indication of in-painting or restoration, interior with flaking green paint.
(Estimate: $1000-2000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 24 A 
BUFFALO BILL DEERSKIN GLOVES. Thread sewn gloves purportedly owned and used by Col. W.F. Cody/Buffalo Bill, decorated with black felt, green/pink needlework strips and fringe, 15” L X 9” W at cuff. Condition: Some dirt build up and soiling, supple hide.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 25 
18TH C. PA WALNUT SET-BACK DUTCH CUPBOARD. Two-parts with upper section having two glass doors over five small drawers. Lower section with three drawers over two blind panel doors on turned feet. Old iron hinges, drawers and doors set with brass pulls. 85.5”H X 53.75”W X 20.5”D Condition: lip repairs on three of the upper case, lower case drawers also repair and left drawer has lip loss. Loss of wood on upper section near the resting spot on lower case. Broken iron hinge on lower left door. Abrasions and wear commensurate with age throughout.
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 26 
17TH C. CARVED OAK TABLE TOP DESK. a slant top with iron butterfly hinges and chip carved edge opening to an open interior with 3 small drawers, font frieze with carved scroll designs, lid carved with initials S T and dated 1699, 13.5”H x 28”L x 17.5”D. Condition generally good some patches to bottom boards, crack in lid, appears to retain its original iron lock however damaged.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 27 
WILLIAM DE LA MONTAGNE CARY, LATE 19TH C., O/B, THE ARCHER. Signed “W.M. Cary l.r., the verso inscribed “Babcock”, on wood panel 6 7/8” x 8 1/4”, frame 13 1/2” x 14 3/4”. Condition: Examined under LED and UV light. Overall good with fine brushstrokes and detail. Aged varnish throughout. The board with slight warp on the along the upper and lower edges, causing some discoloration, only detectable under UV light. A small 1/4” abrasion l.l.
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 27R 
ANTIQUE HERIZ ROOM SIZE RUG, CA. 1925-30. The center medallion on a brick red field, with green, blue, and tan accents. 9ft. 3” x 11 ft. 5”. Condition: light wear to the pile, significant wear to the fringe. General soiling. Est. $800-1,200
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 28 
19TH C. AMERICAN MAHOGANY CHILD’S MINIATURE CLASSICAL CHEST. Sweet and clean four drawer example with graduated drawers and ball feet, Ca. 1830. 18” H X 15.25” W X 11.5” D. Condition: overall good with drawers set with nice old stamped brass knobs (probably replacing original knobs) cleaned and refinished, small scratches in top, some cracking on feet but stable.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 29 
EARLY 19TH C., O/C, PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG NAVAL OFFICER. American School, appears to retain period strainer. Canvas unlined 30” x 25”, frame 35 3/4” x 30 1/2”. Condition: Examined under UV and LED lights. In overall good condition with no evidence of inpainting or repairs to the face. Aged varnish and craquelure throughout. Some varnish blooms and a professional repair l.r. A singular surface scratch c.r. Light stretcher abrasion and negligible flaking along lower edge.
(Estimate: $500-1000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 30 
18TH C. ARCHITECTURAL BARREL BACK CORNER CUPBOARD; dry scraped blue paint, open top with scalloped shelves over two raised paneled doors below, applied picture frame molding, 46"W x 88"H x 24" DCondition: cracks in protruding lobes on upper shelves, showing consistence signs of use and wear appraise for age of cupboard including shrinkage splitting and separation, abrasions, etc. repaired lower right side molding.
(Estimate: $500-1000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 31 
19TH C. SCRIMSHAW TOOTH, CAPTAIN WM. CLEVELAND. Double-sided scrimshaw decorated inscribed sperm whale tooth, ca. 1850, showing detailed portrait of Captain William Cleveland, the reverse with Whaling Bark, Morning Star, 7" H x 2 1/4" W Condition: cracking at base on both sides, approx 1 1/2” each.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 31A 
CARVED BONE BOX DEPICTING HORSE AND STABLE HAND TOGETHER WITH A SPERM WHALE TOOTH. The box with brass rim and hinge lid, 1 1/4” x 4” W x 3 1/4” D. The tooth 5 1/2” L. Condition: The brass band around the rim contains a break in the back and is loose, but this can be easily fixed with glue. The tooth with some scratches and abrasions, and light discoloration.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 32 
ALICE SCHILLE, CA. 1920-40, W/C, SANGRE DE CRISTO MT. RANGE, NM. Signed “A. SCHILLE” l.r. Family records note that this painting is of the Sangre de Cristo mountains from Helene Wurlitzer’s home in Taos, NM. The Sangre de Cristo mountains are the southernmost subrange of the Rocky Mountains, running from south central Colorado into northern New Mexico. The second peak from the left on recto contains a pencil inscription “Emery”. Emery Peak is a 7,322 ft. mountain northeast of the Sangre de Cristo range. Sight 10 1/2” x 13 1/2”, frame 18 3/4” x 21”. Condition: examined out of frame and paper is applied to card stock (see images) appears in overall very good condition with nicely aged toning throughout.
(Estimate: $2000-3000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 33 
EARLY 19TH C. NATIVE AMERICAN PIPE TOMAHAWK. Hand forged, file branded ash handle and early brass tacks ca.1800-1820, 9” L steel X 19 1/2” H. Condition: showing signs of heavy use, nicking on blade,
(Estimate: $2000-3000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 34 
CARLOS DREYER, EARLY 20TH C., O/B, TWO PORTRAITS OF PERUVIAN INDIANS. Each signed “C. Dreyer” and “Carlos Dreyer” l.l. and titled “India del Luzon” l.r. The woman 16 3/4” x 12 1/8”, the man 17 3/4” x 12 3/4”. Each in matching frames 19 3/4” x 15”. A similar example was sold at Christie’s London, sale #2362, 9/28/2011, lot 266. Condition: Examined out of frame and under UV and LED lights. The woman in very good condition. The board with a very slight buckle l.c. (hardly perceivable). The man with yellowing and aged varnish with evidence of heat exposure throughout. It is advised that this be inspected in person.
(Estimate: $500-1000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 35 
SET OF 5 FEDERAL TIGER MAPLE CHAIRS. ca 1825-35, with carved backs, saber legs and cane seats older finish and medium to strong tiger maple, 34”back H x 17”W x 17.5” seat H. Condition structurally sound with some old repairs one seat with puncture.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 36 
LIVERPOOL JUG ‘THE SAILORS RETURN’. An early handled pitcher with polychrome transfer decorations, ‘The Sailors Return’ and ‘Parting Wishes’, 8” H X 7 1/2” W. Condition: small exterior chip on spout, small inner rim chip on top, some scratching/rubbing on transfers.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 37 
SIDNEY BRACKETT, LATE 19TH C., PASTEL, “NAUGHTY KITTENS”. Signed “Sid Brackett” l.r., 16” x 20”, frame 20 1/4” x 24 1/4”. Condition: Not examined out of frame; examined under UV and LED light. In overall very good condition with fine detail, no issues detected.
(Estimate: $400-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 37R 
SIGNED ANTIQUE BIDJAR ORIENTAL ROOMSIZE RUG. Desirable and unusual size. 6’9” x 17’4” Condition: three patched repairs, area wear, small tear near middle.
(Estimate: $2000-3000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 38 
ANTIQUE NAVAJO WOOL BLANKET. Dark/light brown, ivory and red with a burnt orange upper border, 68 1/2” x 43 1/2”. Condition: overall good with small stitched repairs (see images) some minor soiling/staining.
(Estimate: $500-1000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 39 
LLOYD MOYLAN, 20TH C. WC, NATIVE AMERICAN MAN AND WOMAN. Signed “Lloyd Moylan” l.r. Sight 18" X 13", frame 25 1/4” x 20 1/4”. Condition: Not examined out of frame, examined under UV and LED lights. In overall very good condition with nicely aged, toned paper. No issues detected.
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 40 
18TH C. CHIPPENDALE MAPLE 5 DRAWER CHEST. New England maple chest with 5 graduated drawers on bracket base, 39.5”H x 36.5”D x 18”D. Condition refinished replaced brass, structurally sound, commensurate with age
(Estimate: $500-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 41 
19TH C. N.W.C FISH CLUB, MAKAH TRIBE. Likely carved by Atleo or Young Doctor of the Neah Bay region, deep carving shows depictions of bird, snake and reptile, 22" L x 2 1/2" Dia. Condition: some chipping at base of handle, other wear.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 42 
TWO NANTUCKET PURSE BASKETS, FARNUM & OTHER. Farnum example with scrimshaw harbor scene signed “Chase”, 7 1/2” H x 9” W x 7 1/2” D (basket only). The other with a scrimshaw plaque of horse , 6 3/4” H x 8 1/4” W X 7” D (basket only) both 12 1/2” H overall. Condition: Farnum, good overall order, leather hinges pull lid towards the back; un-signed example in overall good order, some fading.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 42 A 
FARNUM NANTUCKET PURSE BASKET. Signed on bottom, top set with carved whale, rotating hinges with complimenting scrimshaw whale decoration, 7” H X 5”D X 7” L (Basket only) 11” overall. Condition: overall very good with no indication of damage or repair.
(Estimate: $100-150 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 43 
GENE KLOSS, CA. 1925-50, INTAGLIO, “MOONLIGHT CIRCLE DANCE”. Titled and signed “Moonlight Circle Dance / Gene Kloss” in lower margin. Etching, drypoint, and aquatint on paper, plate size 8” x 10”, frame 13 1/2” x 15 1/2”. Gene Glasier was born in Oakland, CA in 1903 and studied print making at UC Berkeley where she graduated in 1924. She married the poet Phillips Kloss in 1925 and the two moved to Taos, NM where she gained widespread prominence for her meticulous process and unique portrayal of New Mexico landscapes and people. Condition: examined out of frame and appears In overall very good condition with an acute tonal range. No issues detected.
(Estimate: $400-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 44 
EARLY 19TH C. CARVED N.W.C. HALIBUT HOOK. Effigy carving, made with two pieces of wood and bound by twine; with old museum accession tag, dates 1885, in fitted museum stand, 9" x 4 1/2". Condition: showing signs of use and age, small loss on hook portion (wood).
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 45 
18TH C. NEW ENGLAND OPEN TOP FLOOR CUPBOARD. Diminutive pine cupboard with an old red paint. Top with three fixed shelves over a single hinged door below revealing a single fixed shelf. Solid sides with cut out at base. 70” X 31.5” W X 13.25” D. Condition: shrinkage a warping commensurate with age, two sets of antique hinges on door, surface abrasions.
(Estimate: $700-900 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 46 
WILLIAM SLAUGHTER, LATE 20TH C., O/C, TEXAS BLUE BONNETS. Signed “W.A. Slaughter” l.r., 24" x 36", frame 33” x 45”. William Slaughter (1923-2003) was a Lutheran pastor and WWII United States Air Force veteran, who, upon his travels with the ministry in Texas and Mexico, began his career as a prodigious self-taught painter, depicting a wide-range of western subjects. Texas blue bonnets is perhaps his most popular subject matter, exhibiting the artist’s meticulous process and innate ability to create highly vibrant and dimensional realist landscapes. Condition: Examined under UV and LED lights. In overall very good condition with a multitude of textures. The large cotton wood c.r. with very fine light craquelure.
(Estimate: $4000-6000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 47 
19TH C. N.W.C. CARVED MOUNTAIN SHEEP HORN LADLE. Carved with a grizzly bear, fish and other effigy, remnants of an old museum accession tag and stand, 11" L x 3 1/2" H. Condition: overall good showing signs of age and wear.
(Estimate: $1200-1800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 48 
FULL-BODIED CARVED PINE TUNA FISH TRADE SIGN, CA. 1930S. Prior Atlantic City, N.J. usage with original hanging chains that hung from a ceiling beam for 20+ years at Historic Smithville Village through 1992, when purchased at deaccessioning auction. 31” H x 96” L x 38” W. Exhibited: Noyes Museum, Oceanville, NJ, installed with the permanent collection, 1993-1994. Tuckerton Seaport Museum, Tuckerton, NJ "Key Ingredients: America by Food" (9/6/08-10/19/08; organized by The Smithsonian Institution). Condition: In overall fine/good condition. Dorsal and lower fins fixed while pectoral and pelvic fins are doweled. Proper left pelvic fin replaced. Nicks (tail and pectoral fins), abrasions, and delamniation throughout. Track marks underneath indicate that it had been canvas-covered at some point.
(Estimate: $1000-2000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 49 
19TH C., O/B, FISHERMAN SEATED ON RIVERBANK BY A BRIDGE. American School, 15 3/4” x 24 1/4”, frame 19 1/4” x 27 1/2”. Condition: Examined under LED and UV light. In overall very good condition with nice golden patina. Some aged varnish and light ingrained dirt throughout commensurate with age. Two uniform varnish blooms in l.l. and l.r. corners. The board slightly warped along the top edge.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 50 
SIXTEEN CLITSO DEDMAN NAVAJO YEIBICHAI KACHINA FIGURES. A depiction of ‘The Nightway Ceremony of the Navajos’ Early 20th C. carved wood and polychrome decorated figures. Medicine man and patient, six male Yeibichai dancers, six female Yeibichai masked dancers, two other figures representing ‘The Talking God’ and ‘Water Sprinkler’All signed in pencil on underside of feet, “Clitso” (Clitso Dedman,1897-1953) figures range in heights, 8 3/4” - 10 1/4” H. Provenance: The Wurlitzer family collection. Condition: Medicine man with repaired feet, some bending do feather headdresses, some painting rubbing, loss, three female figures with repaired feet, two male figures with repaired feet.
(Estimate: $8000-12000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 51 
CA. 1900 HOPI COTTONWOOD KACHINA DOLL. With old multi-color pigment paint on stand, 7" H x 2 1/2" W. Condition: some paint wear and loss, touch-up.
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 52 
AMERICAN FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY CARD TABLE, CA. 1800. The rectangular top with ovolo ends, conforming apron decorated with ovals and floral inlays on green painted ground, line inlaid tapering legs ending with a cross banded cuff, 29 1/4” H x 18” D x 35” L. Condition: structurally very good, no hinge breaks, top lies flat, single swing leg good, some sun fading to apron, top boards with rich mahogany.
(Estimate: $700-1000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 53 
TWO WILFORD BEGAY NAVAJO SILVER KACHINA FIGURES. Turquoise mounted sterling dancing Native Am. figures, signed and labeled on bottom, 8 1/2” & 10 1/2” H. Condition: overall good, condition.
(Estimate: $500-1000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 54 
EMIL BISTTRAM, 1972, PASTEL, “SUNSET ON THE DESERT”.Titled, signed , and dated “Sunset on the Desert / Emil J Bisttram TAOS 72” in lower margin. Sight 15" x 19", frame 21 1/4” x 24 3/4”. Born in Hungary, Emil Bisttram became a prominent painter in the Southwest, who founded the Transcendental Art movement in New Mexico. Sunset on the Desert exemplifies the mission of this artistic style to stimulate other sensations through visual form and color. The white sun and jasper-yellow sky over the burnt orange bluffs and varying purple hues in the foreground and distance evokes the feeling of dry air both hot and cold as well as the buzzing sounds associated with the American southwest desert. Condition: Not examined out of frame, examined under UV and LED lights. The reverse with Owings-Dewey Fine Art and Alterman Galleries, Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM labels, this pastel is in overall very good condition with no issues detected.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 55 
LATE 19TH C. WALNUT TWO-DOOR PIE SAFE. The front doors with heart and star design punched tin panels, with two upper pull drawers of dovetailed construction; fitted with two interior shelves, 51 1/4” H x 44” W x 16 1/4” D. Condition: Replaced pull drawer knobs and lock hardware on door. Large shrinkage cracks on top proper right back side. Chip and repair to proper left back foot.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 56 
ANTIQUE TILDEN & THURBER PROVIDENCE R.I. BANJO CLOCK. Reverse painted eglomise tablets, naval door tablet inscribed “Wasp & Reindeer”, weight driven, 40” H X 10 1/2” W. Condition: original naval painted tablet has some flaking (see images) both case sides with scratches, some gilt loss on simulated bracket.
(Estimate: $500-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 57 
CHIURA OBATA, 1930, WOODBLOCK, MORNING OF MONO LAKE HIGH SIERRA, CA. Signed and dated “Chiura Obata / 1930” l.l.; the period mat with title. Sight 10 3/4” x 15 1/2", frame 14 3/4” x 19 3/4”. Condition: examined out of frame and appears in overall very good condition with no issues detected.
(Estimate: $400-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 57R 
ANTIQUE HERIZ RUG, CA. 1920-30. The center medallion on a brick red field with powder blue, navy, ivory and green highlights, 9'4" x 15'7". Condition: good with negligible wear.
(Estimate: $1500-2500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 58 
DAVE MCGARY, BRONZE “WAR DEEDS”, #6/25. Cold painted sculpture of a Native Am. warrior on custom walnut plinth, signed on bronze “Dave McGary 1986 6/25” 33.75” H (Bronze) 41.5” overall. Condition: overall good order, minor water spot oxidation on chest of figure.
(Estimate: $3000-5000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 59 
DAVE MCGARY, BRONZE “HOME SWEET HOME”, #239/250. Cold painted, signed and numbered in the bronze base “Dave McGary / 239/250”, the round walnut plinth with branded title and artist. Approximately 4 1/2” H, base 8 3/4” D. Condition: In overall very good condition with meticulous detail and paint decoration. No issues detected.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 60 
18TH C. NH CHIPPENDALE FOUR DRAWER BIRCH CHEST. Graduated drawers on a bracket base and molded top. 33” H X 36” W (case) 39.25” W (overall) X 21” D.Condition: cleaned and refinished, drawers set with replaced brass over old knob holes. original base with cracked and repaired foot facings, overall clean and ready for service.
(Estimate: $500-1000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 61 
WILLIAM BURLINGAME, MID-LATE 20TH C., O/B, “ACROSS THE DIVIDE”. Signed “Will Burlingame” l.l., the reverse with gallery label denoting the artist and title. The masonite board 20” x 30”, frame 30” x 40”. Condition: Examined under UV and LED lights. In overall very good condition with a subtle and interesting mix of actual and perceived textures (notably the rocks and river in the foreground). Yellowed varnish throughout, most likely intentionally implemented by the artist for antiquated/rustic effect. Very faint hairline abrasions only detectable in raking light c.l. Minuscule paint chip top center edge due to contact with frame fastener.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 62 
DAVE MCGARY, BRONZE ‘RETIRED WITH HONORS’, #8/30. Cold painted Native Am. elder, signed on bronze “Dave McGary 1990 8/30 House P” mounted on swiveling walnut base, 32” (Bronze) 33 1/2” overall. Condition: some scratching on wood base, bronze in very good order.
(Estimate: $2000-4000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 63 
PR. OF 19TH C. GREAT LAKES BEADED LEGGINGS. Floral beaded women’s leggings from a Great Lakes tribe, red trade wool stroud cloth with salvage edge, 13" x 13" Condition: beadwork in good overall condition with some soiling on red cloth, minor wear/ very small hole in cloth.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 64 
DAVE MCGARY, BRONZE ‘IN VICTORY I STAND’, #7/60. Cold painted bronze of a Native Am. warrior, mounted on an engraved swiveling walnut base, bronze signed “Dave McGary 2001 7/60”, 19.5” H (Bronze) 23.25” H overall. Condition: overall very good, slight bending to feathers and arrow.
(Estimate: $2000-4000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 65 
MID 19TH C. POPLAR TWO-DOOR PIE SAFE. With heart design punched tin panels on three sides, fitted with two interior painted shelves, 45 3/4” H x 38 1/2” W x 16” D. Condition: In good country condition with consistent wear. Some replaced hardware, interior latch, knob, and some pieced areas.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 66 
DAVE MCGARY, BRONZE ‘CHIEF WASHAKIE’. Cold painted bronze of Native Am. chief, on custom swiveling inscribed walnut pedestal and signed on bronze, 14 1/2” H (bronze) 19” H on pedestal. Condition: good overall condition.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 67 
19TH C. SOUTHERN PLAINS BEADED PIPE BAG. Sinew sewn native leather with multi-color motifs on white ground, 30"H. x 6.5"W. Condition: supple leather, overall good.
(Estimate: $1200-1800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 67R 
ORIENTAL ROOM SIZE RUG. Lustrous soft colors, contemporary hand made wool rug. 7’4” x 9’4”.Condition: overall very good condition.
(Estimate: $500-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 68 
FREDERICK MULHAUPT, O/C, SUMMER LANDSCAPE, 1899.Impressionist landscape with winding path through rolling hills. Period brass plaque reads “Englewood Woman’s Club, F. Mulhaupt 1906” signed on canvas l/l “FRED’K J. MULHAUPT. 1899. 16” X 24” (image) 28” X 36” (frame) Condition: canvas has been laid onto masonite and shows light spotted in-painting throughout with more around previous stretcher wear. Slight flaking and craquelure with in-grained dirt. Frame with with some losses and wear.
(Estimate: $2000-3000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 69 
NORTHERN PLAINS BEADED PIPE BAG. Sinew sewn native tanned leather, multi-color beads on yellow ground with tin cones, 30"H. x 5.5"W. Condition: supple leather, overall good.
(Estimate: $500-1000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 70 
FINE MATTHEW EGERTON EARLY 19TH C. HEPPLEWHITE BUTLER’S CHEST/DESK. Mahogany case with finely executed satin and ebony line inlay. Superbly fitted inlaid desk interior with drop down writing surface and prospect door with bellflower plant inlay. The original label in central compartment reads “Matthew Egerton, Cabinet Maker In Burnet Street. New Brunswick, [N.J.]” Original period stamped eagle and shield brass and pleasing original finish. 43” H X 42” W (case) X 43” W (overall) X 21.75” D. Condition: structurally sound and original. Some cosmetic blemishes including, some light surface scratching throughout, some drawer edges have chipping and small losses to inlay. Both front feet with re-glued original fractured pieces at toe (see images) right rear and front right toes have small replaced splices. Tight shrinkage crack on top.
(Estimate: $4000-6000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 71 
R. DON DEROT, 1925, O/C, CHILDREN PLAYING IN SUMMER. American School, signed “R / Don DEROT / 1925” l.r. Exhibition size impressionist landscape, canvas unlined 29” x 56”, frame 32 1/2” x 59 3/4”. Condition: Examined under LED and UV light. In overall very good condition with bright hues. The edges with frame abrasions recto and some creasing due to stretcher abrasion. Very fine spotting due to exposure to moisture, only detectable under black light. The center background mountain with a small professional repair and inpainting (4” u.r. diagonal from blonde girl’s head). Minor abrasion l.l. and some inpainting u.r. corner. Canvas unlined.
(Estimate: $500-1000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 72 
PAIR OF EARLY 19TH C. AMERICAN SCHOOL WC PORTRAITS. The girl in a blue dress holding flowers and a toy, standing on a garden patio, 6” x 4 3/4”; the boy in a blue checkered coat holding a riding whip and a book, standing on a garden patio with a house in the distance, 6 1/4” x 4 1/2”. Condition: Not examined out of frames. Severe toning, fading of the faces, negligible spotting.
(Estimate: $100-200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 73 
19TH C. BEADED NATIVE AM. FLAPPED BELT BAG. Multi-colored sinew sewn beads, with tin cones and horse hair drops, 5 1/2" H x 10" L. Condition: leather is supple and in overall good condition.
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 74 
WILLIAM PASKELL, EARLY 20TH C., WC, N.H. LANDSCAPE. Signed “Wm. Paskell” l.r., retaining its original texturized Art Deco frame, the reverse with pencil inscription along the top (transcribed in the note below) “Wedding gift from Uncle Irving and Aunt Katherine Upton to Carrie & Harry Thomas / 1926”, 10” x 29”, frame 14 1/2” x 34”. Condition: very good, minor buckling.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 74A 
WILLIAM PASKEL, EARLY 20TH C., WC, N.H. LANDSCAPE. Signed “Wm. Paskell” l.r., sight 13 1/2” x 19 1/4”, frame 19 1/2” x 25 1/2”. Condition: Not examined out of frame. In overall good condition, very light spotting and toning throughout, small light puncture u.r. sky region.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 74B 
WILLIAM PASKELL, EARLY 20TH C., WC, N.H. RIVERSCAPE. Signed “Wm. Paskell” l.l., housed in a carved Art Deco frame, the reverse with Peter Pelletier gallery label, sight 15” x 25”, frame 25 1/2” x 35 3/4”. Condition: Not examined out of frame. In overall very good condition with light toning commensurate with age.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 75 
18TH C. AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE MAPLE SLANT-LID DESK. Fitted interior with fold-down writing surface, over four graduated drawers on bracket base. 41.5” H x 38.5” W (case) X 20.5” warm mellow finish.Condition: cleaned and refinished. Some shrinkage throughout. Wear and loss to the cockbeading on case. Base with restored glue blocks, replaced brass in original holes.
(Estimate: $400-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 76 
HUGE 19TH C. ROUND HARVEST BOWL. a great large size pine chopping or harvest bowl 34”D on a later carved wood base overall 30”H. Condition early iron applied to rim, two 4 “ crack to top rim, but considering the size not unexpected.
(Estimate: $500-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 76A 
TWO EARLY INUIT KAYAKER FIGURINES, CA. 1900-20. The black kayak with white figure, 15” L, the brown kayak and figure 12" L. Condition: In overall good condition with nice aged patina. The brown kayaker with some loose strings and piece on the bow of the boat.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 77 
JACK WHITE, LATE 20TH C., O/C, NATIVE AMERICAN WARRIOR. Signed “Jack White” l.r., 24 1/4” x 36”, frame 25 3/4” x 37 3/4”. Condition: Examined under LED and UV light. In overall very good condition with no issues detected.
(Estimate: $100-200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 77R 
ANTIQUE SAROUK SCATTER RUG. With three repeating medallions in cobalt, ivory, light blue, beige, and pink threads on a brick red field surrounded by a floral border, 6’5” x 4’4”. Condition: general soiling and light edge wear.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 78 
LATE 19TH C. ‘HORSE’ SHEET METAL WEATHERVANE. With historic gray paint and modern wall mount, 30 1/4” H x 33 1/2” L. Condition: Soiling throughout and some flaking near mane and hind. A 5” stabilized tear at breast and 2” stabilized tear on front leg. Loss of the tip of the tail.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 79 
GUSTAVE BAUMANN, CA. 1949, WOODCUT “SUPERSTITION MOUNTAIN”, # 4/125. Titled, signed, numbered, and dated “SUPERSTITION MOUNTAIN / Gustave Baumann / E 4 125 / 49” in pencil lower margin. Sight 9" x 9", frame 13 1/2" x 12 3/4". Condition: examined out of frame and appears in overall very good condition with no issues detected.
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 80 
18TH C. NEW ENGLAND WALNUT SET-BACK DUTCH CUPBOARD. Open-top with plate grooved shelves and spoon holder cut-outs on central shelf. Lower section with an arrangement of six dovetailed thumbnail molded drawers flanked by two blind paneled doors on bracket base. Top and bottom sections both with recessed and applied reeded molding. Likely PA/NJ origin. 84” H x 67” W x 20.5” D Condition: some loss to base height, shrinkage splitting throughout, proper left door with crack above knob, a good cupboard that would benefit from restorations.
(Estimate: $500-1000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 81 
LATE 19TH C., O/C, NH MOUNTAIN LANDSCAPE. White Mountain school, appears to retain period frame, stretcher, and keys. Canvas unlined 8” x 12 1/2”, frame 12 3/4” x 17 1/4”. Condition: Examined under LED and UV light. In overall very good condition with no evidence of restoration or repairs. Light aged varnish throughout commensurate with age and the u.l. sky region with evidence of mild exposure to moisture. Canvas unlined.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 82 
EARLY DELFT BOWL AND PERIOD BOWL STAND. Well turned and carved mahogany Queen Anne bowl stand ca. 1780-1800, with an early blue and white Delft pottery bowl. Stand 15.5” H - Bowl 10” dia. Condition: stand with repair to leg and missing ball finial termination on upper support. Bowl has chipping along rim and foot rim.
(Estimate: $150-250 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 82A 
ANTIQUE PAPIER-MAICHE POP-UP TOY. The spring body adorned in cloth, with painted papier-maiche face and fur beard, housed in a custom-made cigar box, 5 1/2” H x 3 1/4” W x 3” D. Condition: In good with general wear and loss commensurate with age and use.
(Estimate: $50-150 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 83 
FEDERAL MAHOGANY ETEGERE/WHATNOT. Ca. 1820, possibly Boston, three tiers with acorn finials, the lower section with one dovetailed mahogany drawer on turned legs and cup caster feet. Period wood pulls and early surface, 44” H x 13” D x 20” W. Condition overall good early rich finish and original porcelain caster feet.
(Estimate: $400-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 84 
HELEN FORBES, MID 20TH C., O/C, “MESA LAND”. Signed “HELEN FORBES” l.r. The reverse with old Oakland Art Museum label denoting artist, title, and accession number, 24” x 40”, frame 27 3/4” x 43 1/2”. Condition: Examined under UV and LED lights. In overall very good condition. Negligible ingrained dirt throughout commensurate with age and a singular hairline shrinkage crack to the paint in the cloud on the mountain ridge line u.l.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 85 
SET OF 8 ENGLISH PAINT DECORATED HEPPLEWHITE DINING CHAIRS. Ca 1800, consisting of 2 arm chairs and 6 side chairs, with floral and other paint decoration, over upholstered seats and tapered legs ending in spade feet, with pegged construction. 33” Back H, x 20” W x 18”Seat H. Condition. Seat frames re-enforced inside original frames some patches, areas of paint decoration later, stains in seat fabric.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 86 
DAVE RHODES, 1992, CARVED AND PAINTED WOOD “CAT #13”. Signed, titled and dated on cat’s belly “Absecon, NJ/ D. Rhodes / 1992/ Cat #13”. The cat 22” H x 4 1/2” W x 16” D, the overall size including base 72” H x 9 1/4” W x 18 3/4” D. Condition: In overall very good condition. The paint decoration and metal rods intentionally made to appear antique. The mouse’s tail with break but is still attached.
(Estimate: $400-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
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