Lot 198    

Signed Portrait of a Lady,
2005, Gallery Sale / Oct 21
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Leeds Four-Color Pearlware Can,
Lot # 106 - Leeds Four-Color Pearlware Can,
ca 1840, with tapered cylindrical form and simple C-scroll handle, decorated with polychrome bouquet of roses and wildflowers; illegible impressed mark & number 1 on bottom; 4.75" tall. > Item Details
LLADRO(#697 Little Valencia Girl)
Group of Ten Grant & US Presidents CDVs,
Lot # 170 - Group of Ten Grant & US Presidents CDVs,
includes 6 various portraits of US Grant, 2 are lithographs, with composites of Our Peace Commissioners (1864), and 1866 and 1877 galleries of US Presidents, plus a common lithograph of Washington embracing Lincoln in heaven. One unusual oval Grant cdv by A.E. Alden, Providence, R.I. is affixed to ... > Item Details
Box of <i>Franklin Arsenal 1863, 5 Second Fuzes</i>,
Lot # 145 - Box of Franklin Arsenal 1863, 5 Second Fuzes,
with printed paper wrapping with scrollwork border that reads Franklin Arenal/1863/5 Second Fuzes. and 4 lines of smaller text of instructions, unopened with cloth tabs to expose each fuze, 3” x 2.2” x .7” thick. > Item Details
Paint-Decorated Sewing Caddy,
Lot # 107 - Paint-Decorated Sewing Caddy,
retaining its original red and gold painted surface with applied, chromolithographed floral decorations and central, Currier and Ives-type vignette. Interior has 3 compartments and a mirrored lid; 5" high x 13" wide x 7.5" deep. Published in Burgess, 19th Century Wooden Boxes, p. 47. > Item Details
Two Lacy Glass Covered Sugar Bowls,
Lot # 102 - Two Lacy Glass Covered Sugar Bowls,
both colorless flint glass ca 1840-1850. Includes a pressed Gothic Arch covered sugar on foot, the design showing three different Gothic Arch elements, attributed to the Boston & Sandwich Glass Co.; see B & K I, fig. 1084; 4.75" diameter x 5.25" tall; AND another covered sugar bowl with mismatched t... > Item Details
LLADRO (# 241 Dove)
LLADRO (#381 Harlequin Petting Cat)
Portraits of Dr. Thomas Moore and Ann Deliah Harris Moore of Aberdeen, Ohio,
Lot # 115 - Portraits of Dr. Thomas Moore and Ann Deliah Harris Moore of Aberdeen, Ohio,
both oil on canvas. He's in a black suit, she's in a lace-trimmed black dress. Mid-19th century, in their original, oval, gilt and gesso frames; 23.25" x 19" (w/o frames), 30.25" x 25.5" (w/frames). Dr. Thomas Moore and Ann Deliah Harris Moore moved to Aberdeen and he started a medical practice. ... > Item Details
Chinese Grain Storage Chest,
Lot # 120 - Chinese Grain Storage Chest,
mortise and tenon construction, in elm. With 2 lift lids on top, 2 doors below, and period-style brass hardware. In an old, lacquered finish. Hebei Province, mid-19th century; 36.25" high x 37" wide x 22" deep. > Item Details
Hand Painted Mogul Miniature on Manuscript Page,
Lot # 101 - Hand Painted Mogul Miniature on Manuscript Page,
3" x 4.5" rectangular polychrome landscape painting of lion hunt with two mounted figures, a resting camel, two lion's and 3 spearmen on foot, with blocks of text above and below on paper 5.3" x 9.5", mounted in new shadowbox frame; 11.5" x 15.5". > Item Details
Nice Early Camel Top Trunk.
Lot # 516 - Nice Early Camel Top Trunk.
Has nice Orig. Tin & Metal W/Wood Bands. Excellent Shape. > Item Details
John Fremont Campaign Medal,
Lot # 143 - John Fremont Campaign Medal,
1856 political badge. On top is an eagle with a shield on its chest, attached below is a political token with a raised profile and the words John C. Fremont Free Soil & Free Speech. On the verso is an eagle with the words United States of America. A nice example from the first Republican candidate... > Item Details
Pair of Early Cut Glass Decanters,
Lot # 103 - Pair of Early Cut Glass Decanters,
ca 1850-1860, likely English, of colorless lead glass, with 10-paneled side, cut shoulders, triple faceted neck rings, flared cut lips, ground & puntied bottoms, and paneled, air-trap stoppers; 11.5" tall. > Item Details
Chinese Eight-Panel Screen,
Lot # 118 - Chinese Eight-Panel Screen,
mixed woods. Each panel is elaborately pierced and with a central carving of figures, possibly Chinese deities, and all can be joined by iron hooks. Retains its original lacquered finish with gilt accents. Shanxi Province, mid-19th century; each panel measures 90" x 20.5, overall approx. 90" x 1... > Item Details
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