Lot 1004    

Audubon Print, Plate 391, Summer or Wood Duck,
2004, Spring Americana and Decorative Arts, May 22
chromolithograph of 2 males and 2 females. In a modern frame; 26.5" x 19.5" (image only), 42" x 29" (w/frame). From the 1860 Julius Bien edition of Audubon's Birds of America. This edition took advantage of chromolithography to produce a less expensive version of life-size images. The outbreak of the Civil War prevented completion of the edition--only 105 sheets and 150 images were produced, making these prints even more rare than the original 1827-1838 Havell double elephant folio edition.

Even toning, minor foxing, not removed from frame for examination; VG-.
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Early Painted Wall Box,
Lot # 1237 - Early Painted Wall Box,
poplar, with scalloped back and a great old green-painted surface. Probably Midwestern, late 19th century; 6.25" high x 12" wide x 5" deep. > Item Details
Stamped Brass Spread Eagle on Shield Flag Holder,
Lot # 1086 - Stamped Brass Spread Eagle on Shield Flag Holder,
stamped brass and tin. Brass spread eagle over 13-star shield with red, white, blue, and silver paint, loops for hanging, and 4 holes for flag sticks. Ca 1860-1870; 22" x 19". > Item Details
Folk Art Portrait of a Gentleman,
Lot # 1025 - Folk Art Portrait of a Gentleman,
oil on canvas, seated portrait of a middle-aged man wearing a black suit, white blouse, and holding a book. In fine old painted frame. Purportedly Kentucky, ca 1820-1850; 20" x 15" (w/o frame), 25.25" x 20" (w/frame). > Item Details
Early American Wood & Composition Doll,
Lot # 1127 - Early American Wood & Composition Doll,
in original silk and lace clothing and painted details, painted wood jointed arms and legs with cloth body and composition head. Ca 1850; 8.75" high > Item Details
South Boston Free-Blown Pitcher,
Lot # 154786 - South Boston Free-Blown Pitcher,
bulbous example attributed to Cain of South Boston with applied lip and two horizontal ribs, which are pinched every 1.5" around circumference; applied C-scroll form handle and snap pontil; 4" diameter x 5.5" high. > Item Details
Two Miniature Baskets,
Lot # 1162 - Two Miniature Baskets,
both American, 19th century, hickory baskets in buttocks form; smaller measures 4.5" high x 3.75" diameter, larger with nice old patina, 5.5" high x 5" diameter. > Item Details
Lot of 7 Ohio or New York Coin Silver Spoons,
Lot # 1444 - Lot of 7 Ohio or New York Coin Silver Spoons,
all marked N.E. CRITTENDEN (Newton E. Crittenden, 1804-1872, worked in LeRoy, NY and Cleveland, OH). Includes 5.75" fancy teaspoon and six 8.5" serving spoons. > Item Details
Nut Lock Patent Model,
Lot # 1211 - Nut Lock Patent Model,
walnut block with triple steel nuts and bolts with spiral steel locking washers, with original patent office tag No.173,385 Joseph J. Adgate Nut Lock Patented Feby 15th 1876; 8" x 3.75" x 3.75". > Item Details
Set of Duhme & Co. Twist-Handle Coin Silver Spoons,
Lot # 1443 - Set of Duhme & Co. Twist-Handle Coin Silver Spoons,
set of 13 Cincinnati coin silver spoons, all marked Duhme & Co., all matching twist stems & scrollwork-engraved handles and monogrammed S.L.W., with presentation inscriptions on rear. Lot includes 7 tablespoons & 6 teaspoons. > Item Details
Gary Birch Folk Art Print,
Lot # 1060 - Gary Birch Folk Art Print,
hand-colored, with geometric and foliate border. Scene depicts a hunter taking aim at the large buck at which his dog is pointing; in the background, the sun sets behind a farmhouse on a hill. A wonderful image, with a printed signature in the along the bottom, G Birch his hand July 92, and signed... > Item Details
Silhouette of a Girl and Her Dog,
Lot # 1074 - Silhouette of a Girl and Her Dog,
laid on paper with watercolor details. The girl holds a bird while her dog romps at her feet. In a 20th-century frame; 6" x 7.5" (w/o frame), 9.75" x 11" (w/frame). > Item Details
Decorated Coin Silver Child's Mug,
Lot # 1442 - Decorated Coin Silver Child's Mug,
bulbous form body with chased and engraved foliate and scroll decoration, with decorated foot and C-scroll handle. Marked on bottom E.J. BALDWIN & CO.; 3" high x 2.75" diameter (at rim). > Item Details
Mahogany George III Chair,
Lot # 1233 - Mahogany George III Chair,
mahogany, with scrolled ears, crest, and shoe, pierced splat, cabriole legs with shell-carved knees, scrolled returns, and ending in paw feet. Chair purportedly owned by the Duke of Wellington (who defeated Napoleon); 18" high (seat) x 39.5" high (overall) x 21.5" wide x 18.25" deep. > Item Details
Auguste Edouart Silhouette,
Lot # 1071 - Auguste Edouart Silhouette,
signed and dated 1841 in the lower left. Depicts a young gentleman with a top hat and cane in front of a background of trees and a field. An early American Edouart silhouette, dating to only 2 years after his arrival in the U.S. In a birdseye maple-veneered frame; 9.75" x 7" (w/o frame), 15" x 12... > Item Details
Miniature Portrait of a Young Child,
Lot # 1016 - Miniature Portrait of a Young Child,
watercolor on paper, half-length portrait of a young child in a bright blue dress. American, ca 1800-1850, in an old oval frame; 2.5" x 2" (image only), 4.5" x 4" (w/frame). > Item Details
Three Chinese Export Plates,
Lot # 1358 - Three Chinese Export Plates,
includes one wonderful export plate for the European or American market with cherry pickers and Famille Rose border with landscape panels, ca 1800; 9" diameter; AND a pair of Famille Rose plates with mum center; 9" diameter. > Item Details
Outstanding Carved Folk Art Odd Fellows Cane,
Lot # 1132 - Outstanding Carved Folk Art Odd Fellows Cane,
single piece with plain crook handle and shaft covered with high relief folk carvings of animals, such as dog head, frog, antelope, bull, duck, pelican, rhino, crane, elephant, rattlesnake, male lion, owl, and other items such as book, sheath of wheat, horses hoof, bee hive, hour glass, hand, Odd Fe... > Item Details
Columbus Buggy Co. Trade Sign,
Lot # 1222 - Columbus Buggy Co. Trade Sign,
single pine board painted with white letters on a black ground, Columbus Buggy Co. Buggies Phaetons Carriages. Signed on the back, H.F. Huey Massey, Md. Probably late 19th century; 9" x 93". > Item Details
Pair of Decorated Poems,
Lot # 1048 - Pair of Decorated Poems,
ink on paper, both 4-line poems decorated with elaborate flourishes. One has winged angel on top, a feather on bottom, and signed, J.B. Seabey Scriptor. Rochester. Aug. 21, 1835. The other has a full-bodied angel with trumpet (probably Gabriel) and is signed, Ebenezer Jennss. In an old gilt fra... > Item Details
Cast Iron Hitching Post,
Lot # 1479 - Cast Iron Hitching Post,
tree form, with forked top and numerous sawn branches on trunk. Cast in two pieces. Retains its base and a wonderful old green painted surface. American, late 19th or early 20th century; 66.75" high x 10" diameter (at base). > Item Details
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