Lot 201    

Pastel Portrait of A Young Man,
2005, Gallery Sale / Oct 21
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Pair of Ching Dynasty Urns,
Lot # 105 - Pair of Ching Dynasty Urns,
ca 1900. Pleasing vertical lobed forms with short necks and flaring lips, and decorated overall with slate blue peonies with gilt accents, with lotus blossom lower borders; 14.5" tall. > 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 Lacquered Clothespress,
Lot # 117 - Chinese Lacquered Clothespress,
in elm. With 2 doors up top and 2 drawers below, with carved returns, and with brass hardware. The interior of the upper section has 2 drawers over shelves over a lower storage area. Retains its original red-lacquered surface with gilt decoration. Shanxi Province, mid-19th century; 77.5" high x ... > Item Details
Sixth Plate Ambrotype of 1st South Carolina Boy with Musket,
Lot # 137 - Sixth Plate Ambrotype of 1st South Carolina Boy with Musket,
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Chinese Scholar's Desk,
Lot # 121 - Chinese Scholar's Desk,
in mixed soft woods and elm. With 2 drawers, a beaded skirt, square legs, and hoof feet. In an old, red-lacquered surface. Hebei Province, mid-19th century; 33.25" high x 58" wide x 29.25" deep. > Item Details
Two Grant-Colfax Jugate CDVs,
Lot # 147 - Two Grant-Colfax Jugate CDVs,
featuring co-joined portraits of U.S. Grant with his 1868 running mate, Schuyler Colfax. Great campaign issues. > Item Details
LLadro (#1037 Resting Hiker)
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Cizhou Wine Storage Jar,
Lot # 116 - Cizhou Wine Storage Jar,
earthenware vessel with white glaze and brown over-glaze designs, China, 18th century; 20.5" x 12" (diameter at shoulder). > 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
Pyro Glove Boxes & Carved Box,
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
Buffalo Bill Memorabilia,
Lot # 142 - Buffalo Bill Memorabilia,
lot of 4, includes sepia-toned photomechanical postcard portrait of Cody in western dress, PLUS a piece of stationary and envelope with Wild West Show letterhead, and a printed business card, all framed together in newer mat and frame, 13" x 15.75". > Item Details
Rare Gibson & Co. Cincinnati, Civil War Engraving,
Lot # 149 - Rare Gibson & Co. Cincinnati, Civil War Engraving,
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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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