Lot 11    

African American Wooden Doll,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
late 19th century; with jointed arms and legs; 10" long.
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Bennington Rococo Picture Frame,
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Bennington Quart Book Flask <i>Kossuth</i>,
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American, ca 1849-58. Quart example with unusual extended spout, good molded "page" definition and impressed title on spine KOSSUTH, covered in brilliant green, umber, brown and yellow flint enamel. Label on bottom HAMMERSLOUGH-FEIGENBAUM/BENNINGTON/COLLECTION/#2 4111; 7.875" x 5.75" x 2.625". (See ... > Item Details
Diminutive Storage Chest with Chip-Carved Panels,
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possibly Fairfield County, Ohio, ca 1840-60, of walnut and pine, having pinned panel construction, applied ebonized split spindles and mouldings; 15" high x 22.375" wide x 11.75" deep. > Item Details
<i>Eli Terry</i> Pillar & Scroll Shelf Clock,
Lot # 373 - Eli Terry Pillar & Scroll Shelf Clock,
American, ca 1820, with 30-hour wooden time and strike weight-driven movement, gilt painted wooden dial with stylized florals in spandrels and original printed label. Original finish, mahogany with maple plinths and pine secondary, original feet; 31" high x 16.6" wide x 4.3" deep. > Item Details
English George III Mahogany Armchair,
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Regency Pole Screen with Needlework Panel,
Lot # 240 - Regency Pole Screen with Needlework Panel,
English, probably early 19th century with silk floral octagonal panel in mahogany; 61" high x 18" diameter. > Item Details
Gould <i>Lophornus Regulus/Great-Crested Coquette</i> Hummingbird,
Lot # 224 - Gould Lophornus Regulus/Great-Crested Coquette Hummingbird,
original lithograph from A Monograph of the Trochilidae, or Family of Hummingbirds, London: John Gould, 1849-1861. Hand-colored and highlighted with gold leaf overpainted with transparent oil colors and heightened with gum arabic. Credits lower left in italics J. Gould and H.C. Richter, del et lith.... > Item Details
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by Derita Coleman Williams and Nathan Harsh. Nashville, TN: Tennessee State Museum Foundation and the Tennessee Historical Society, 1988. > Item Details
French Pig Carousel Figure,
Lot # 461 - French Pig Carousel Figure,
19th century, in newer park paint with glass eyes, carved and painted flowers on blanket, and carved saddle in galloping stance; 62" x 24" high. (See Fraley 1987: 104-107) > Item Details
Audubon Havell Edition Plate CCCI, <i>Rocky Mountain Plover</i>
Lot # 207 - Audubon Havell Edition Plate CCCI, Rocky Mountain Plover
from Audubon's original edition of The Birds of Americaproduced by hand-colored engraving on woven cotton rag papermarked upper left No. 70 and upper right Plate CCCIAudubon credit lower left Drawn from Nature by J.J. Audubon, F.R.S.F.L.S.publisher's credit lower right Engraved, Printed and Coloured... > Item Details
Paint Decorated Hepplewhite Washstand,
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American, ca 1800, in pine, having a backsplash with small corner shelves, medial shelf with full width drawer below; all supported by tapered legs. In likely original yellow paint with ochre and black striping; 35.5" overall height x 16.75" wide x 14.5" deep. > Item Details
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American, late 19th and early 20th century. Lot includes a painted swan, 5.25" high; a goose, 7.5" high; and a painted bird toy which chirps when turned, 3.25" high. > Item Details
Important Ohio Walnut Tester Bed by Henry Boyd,
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Three Rockingham Window Sash Rests,
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Blanket Chest in Old Blue Paint,
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American, ca 1820-40, in pine, butt-joined with moulded edge on top and at edge of base, over inset double-ball turned feet; 27.25" high x 49" wide x 21" deep. > Item Details
Treenware Round Bowl,
Lot # 411 - Treenware Round Bowl,
American or English, 18th century, walnut, having splayed sides; 17.5" top diameter x 4.75" high x 13.75" base diameter. > Item Details
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