Lots 101 – 150


View Lots:  1-50 | 51-100 | 101-150 | 151-200 | 201-255


Wednesday, February 13: Noon – 5PM
Thursday, February 14: Noon – 7PM
Friday, February 15: From 9AM

A fine selection of Estate Antique, Midcentury Modern, and Designer Contemporary Furnishings, including Paul McCobb, Charles & Ray Eames, Christpher Guy, etc.; Traditional and Unusual Decorative Arts; Fine Art by listed artists, including Julius LeBlanc Stewart, Peter Max, Leslie Thrasher, Edwin Roscoe Shrader, Howard Everett Smith, Francesco Scavullo, Tony Fachet, Signed Andrew Wyeth Prints, etc.; Chinese Export Porcelains; Other Fine Porcelains & Glass, including Pino Signoretti Murano Glass, Staffordshire, etc.; Taxidermy Mounts; Clocks; Estate Carpets; Silver, and more, from selected Main Line, PA and Delaware Valley Estates, Homes, and Collections..

To Be Sold At Absolute Auction.


Bidding and Buyer’s Premium:
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101 |  Louis XV Fire Screen

A Louis XVI carved and gilt painted fire screen with upholstered panel. 43 in tall x 20 in wide x 16-1/2 in deep.

Some paint loss and minor upholstery wear.

$100 – 200

102 |  Louis XV-Style Polychrome Vanity Table and Bench

A Louis XV-style polychromed vanity table with an oval mirror flanked by floral carved and caned supports over a glass top with three small drawers. Raised on legs. 57 in tall x 43 in wide x 22 in deep.

Some breaks to caning and paint loss. General minor wear.

$300 – 500

103 |  Chippendale Mahogany Slant-lid Desk

A Chippendale mahogany slant-lid desk with a fitted interior over a case with one shallow drawer over two short drawers over two graduated drawers, raised on ogee bracket feet. 44 in tall x 38 in wide x 22 in deep.

Various restoration and wear.

$500 – 700

104 |  Chippendale Walnut Tall Chest

A Delaware Valley Chippendale walnut tall chest of drawers with dental molded top over a case with three short over five graduated drawers flanked by reeded quarter columns, on ogee bracket feet. 61 in tall x 40 in wide x 22 in deep.

Restoration to feet. Brasses are replaced.

$600 – 900

105 |  Tiger Maple Slant-lid Desk

A tiger maple slant-lid desk with a shell and leaf carved lid and fitted interior, and a case with four graduated drawers, raised on Queen Anne front legs. 42 in tall x 35 in wide x 18 in deep.

Front legs are replacements. In overall good condition.

$600 – 900

106 |  Six Queen Anne Walnut Dining Chairs

A set of six Queen Anne walnut dining chairs with serpentine crest rails above a shaped solid splat, balloon seat and cabriole legs. 18th Century. 26-1/2 in tall x 20 in wide x 16 in deep.

Lacking some corner pieces on legs. In overall good condition.

$600 – 800

107 |  Stretcher Base Tavern Table

A tavern table with a two-board rectangular top over a one drawer case with turned legs and stretcher. 18th/19th century. 26-1/2 in tall x 39 in wide x 23 in deep.

In overall good condition.

$300 – 500

108 |  Four Federal Mahogany Shield-back Dining Chairs

A set of four Federal mahogany dining chairs with shield backs, shell and line inlays, and tapering legs joined by a stretcher. 39 in tall x 21-1/2 in wide x 20 in deep.

Lacking upholstery. In overall good condition.

$300 – 500

109 |  Windsor Sack Back Armchair

A Windsor sack-back armchair with green paint. 35 in tall x 24 in wide x 17 in deep.

Possible patch on seat covered by the paint.

$200 – 400

110 |  Queen Anne Flat Top Highboy

A Queen Anne flat-top, two-part highboy with five long graduated drawers over a base with a large drawer with faux fronts, shaped apron, and Queen Anne legs. 73 in tall x 39 in wide x 20 in deep.

In overall good condition.

$1000 – 1500

111 |  Delaware Valley One-piece Corner Cupboard

A Delaware Valley one-piece corner cupboard with a two-door, twenty-light top and a two-door cupboard base. 85 in tall x 58 in wide x 24 in deep.

Crack in glass. Some wear.

$400 – 600

112 |  Chippendale Walnut Highboy

A Chippendale walnut two-part highboy with a broken arch pediment top and single shell-carved drawer over a case with three-over-two-over-three drawers, on a base with a long drawer over three short drawers, the central with shell carving, resting on cabriole legs ending in ball and claw feet. 89 in tall x 44 in wide x 21 in deep.

Some wear and restoration.

$1500 – 2000

113 |  Pr. Adams Mahogany Knife Urns with Pedestals

A pair of Adams mahogany knife urns with ram’s head mounts and swag decoration, together with a pair of matching mahogany silver-cabinet pedestals with adjustable shelves. Late 19th/early 20th Century. Pedestals: 41-1/2 in tall x 23-1/2 in wide x 21-3/4 in deep. Knife Urns: 27-1/2 in tall x 16 in diameter.

One door is loose on one pedestal cabinet. Knife urns in overall good condition.

$1500 – 3000

114 |  Jacobean-style Barley-Twist Sideboard

A Jacobean-style walnut sideboard with a rectangular top over a case with three drawers, on barley-twist legs joined by stretchers. Circa early 20th Century. 34 in tall x 60 in wide x 18 in deep.

In very good condition.

$300 – 500

117 |  Georgian Tall Case Clock

A Georgian tall case clock with broken-arch pediment bonnet over a long case with arched door, flanked by reeded quarter columns, with a lower raised panel, raised on bracket feet. The steel and brass moon-phase dial is signed on reverse for Edward Owen, Birmingham. 92 in tall x 17 in wide x 10 in deep. 12 in waist.

Break to pendulum. Minor surface wear.

$800 – 1000

118 |  Dolphin Carved Mahogany Library Chair

A George III-style library armchair with carved mahogany arms ending in dolphin forms, raised on carved cabriole legs. 39 in tall x 25 in wide x 25 in deep. Seat height: 16 in.

In good condition. Upholstery wear.

$500 – 700

119 |  Victorian Copper Relief Umbrella Stand

A Victorian copper umbrella stand with lion mask ring handles and two-sided relief figure decoration, raised on paw feet. Has liner. 26 in tall x 16 in wide x 7-1/2 in deep.

Tarnish. Minimal wear.

$200 – 300

120 |  Glass Twelve-Arm Chandelier

A glass twelve-arm chandelier with crystal drops. 28 in tall x 29 in diameter.

In good condition.

$500 – 700

121 |  Glass and Metal Six-Arm Chandelier

A glass and metal six-arm chandelier with amethyst-colored crystal drops. 22 in x 12 in diameter.

In good condition.

$100 – 200

121A |  Glass and Gilt Metal Six-Arm Chandelier

A glass and gilt metal six-arm chandelier with green glass and crystal drops. 24 in tall x 24 in diameter.

$100 – 200

122 |  Pairpoint Reverse-painted Table Lamp

A Pairpoint reverse-painted glass table lamp with a landscape decoration on a silvered metal base. Signed on both shade and base. Lamp height to top of shade: 24 in.; shade diameter: 18 in.

In good condition.

$800 – 1000

123 |  Carl Radke Poppy Vase

A large Carl Radke (California) poppy-pattern art glass vase with heavy orange floral vine decoration, and etched faux “L. C. Tiffany / Favrile 4216 E” mark. 13-3/4 in tall x 6-1/2 in diameter.

No visible cracks, chips, or repairs. Has minor shelf wear on base.

$200 – 300

124 |  Two Pino Signoretti Murano Glass Vases

A pair of Pino Signoretti Murano art glass vases of different heights and shapes, with gold fleck, gilt, and cranberry glass decoration. Larger signed on base “Signoretti Murano”. Larger: 20 in tall.

No visible cracks, chips, or repairs. Has minor shelf wear on base.

$300 – 500

125 |  Bradley & Hubbard Slag Glass Table Lamp

A Bradley & Hubbard Arts & Crafts slag glass table lamp with an eight-panel shade on a heavy patinated metal base. Marked at top of base. Lamp height to top of shade 22 in.; shade diameter: 19 in.

Two breaks to shade frame. Panels appear to be in good condition.

$200 – 400

126 |  Phillipe H. Mourey French Figural Mantel Clock

A Phillipe H. Mourey gilt-bronze mantel clock featuring two putti and grapes with birds finial, on a gilt wood rococo base. Base stamped PH Mourey. Clock: 15 in tall x 18 in wide x 6 in deep.

Lacking back of clock cover and glass bezel. One cupid is lacking grapevine.

$200 – 300

127 |  Waterbury Mantel Clock with Blacksmith

A Waterbury cast-spelter metal figural mantel clock with a seated blacksmith figure. Marked on clock works. 12 in tall x 13-3/4 in wide x 6 in deep.

In overall good condition.

$200 – 300

128 |  French Figural Gilt Bronze & Marble Mantel Clock

A French figural gilt bronze and marble mantel clock with a recumbent woman. Marked for Japy Freres on back of works. 12 in tall x 15 in wide x 6-1/4 in deep.

Some cracks on porcelain dial.

$300 – 500

129 |  Carved White Marble Figural Bust

A carved white marble sculpture bust of a figure looking upwards and wearing a floral vine necklace. Unsigned. 18 in tall x 12 in wide x 8 in deep.

In good condition.

$400 – 600

130 |  After Frederic Remington Bronze, The Rattlesnake

After Frederic Remington (American, 1861-1909). A cast bronze sculpture of a horse with cowboy rider titled “The Rattlesnake”. Signed in base “Frederic Remington”. 24 in tall x 18 in wide 10 in deep.

In good condition.

$300 – 600

131 |  Colt Model 1851 Navy Percussion Revolver

A Colt model 1851 Navy percussion five-shot revolver with a 7-1/2 in. octagonal barrel with fixed front sight, .36-cal. cylinder, brass trigger guard, and walnut grips. Serial no. 32454 on barrel, frame, trigger guard, cylinder, and butt.

In as pictured condition.

$1000 – 1500

132 |  Cavalry Sword with Scabbard

A cavalry sword with scabbard, the hilt marked J.H. in print and W.A.J. in script. 40-1/2 in long.

Some denting in scabbard. Few nicks on blade.

$200 – 400

133 |  Two French Bayonets with Scabbards

A pair of French bayonets with scabbards, the tops marked in script “Mre d’Ormes de St Etienne Fevriev 1879”. 25-1/2 in long.

Some rust to scabbards. In as-pictured condition.

$100 – 200

134 |  Nautical Brass Binnacle Table Lamp

A nautical brass binnacle by A. Robinson and Co, Liverpool and Glasgow, later mounted as a table lamp. Height to top of binnacle: 19 in. Height to top of harp: 36 in.

Light tarnish.

$200 – 300

135 |  Stoneware Ovoid Jug

A stoneware ovoid jug with cobalt blue touch wreath decoration. 15 in tall x approx. 8-1/2 in diameter.

Hairline in handle. Chip to foot.

$300 – 500

136 |  Horace Greeley Anti-Grant Political Cartoon

A rare Horace Greeley anti-Ulysses S. Grant political cartoon lithograph by Currier & Ives, 1872, titled “The End of Long Branch”. Sheet: 12-3/4 in x 17 in.

Some light denting and wrinkling to sheet. Very minor edge toning.

$200 – 400

137 |  Lithograph: The First Colored Senator

A rare Currier & Ives broadside titled “The First Colored Senator and Representative in the 41st and 42nd Congress of the United States”, 1872. Sheet: 11-1/2 in x 15-3/4 in.

Toning and light edge foxing. Some denting and one tear to edge. Image in good condition.

$300 – 500

138 |  Racist Currier & Ives Cartoon

A rare Currier & Ives broadside political cartoon published in 1860 depicting Horace Greeley is speaking to “Young America” that Lincoln and his party are not aligned with the abolition party. A slave is fenced in the “Republican Platform” with Lincoln sitting on top. Titled “The N— in the Woodpile”. Sheet: 13-1/2 in tall x 18 in wide.

Toning and some visible water damage. Few tears and creasing.

$300 – 500

139 |  Vue De Philadelphie Colored Engraving

A hand-colored engraving titled “Vue De Philadelphie”, from the seires “Collection des Prospects”, by Balth Frederic Leizelt, 1776. Unframed. Sheet: 14-1/4 in x 18-1/2 in.

Creasing, foxing.

$100 – 200

140 |  Three Unframed 19th C. Lithographs

A grouping of three unframed 19th C. lithographs to include “Washington at Princeton” by Currier & Ives; “Awful Accident on the North Pennsylvania Rail Road” by WH Rease; and “The Soldiers Home, The Vision” by Currier & Ives. “Awful Accident” Sheet: 12 in x 18 in.

All show losses, creasing, toning, etc. In fair to poor condition.

$100 – 200

141 |  4 Vols. Medical Inquiries & Observations

A set of 4 volumes of “Medical Inquiries and Observations” by Benjamin Rush, circa 1794-1798. Printed by Thomas Dobson, Philadelphia. Lot consists of Volumes 2, 3, 4, and 5; volume 1 is lacking. 8-1/2 in x 5-1/2 in.

$100 – 300

142 |  6 Vols. Clarendon’s History of the Rebellion

Edward Earl of Calrendon, 6 volumes of “The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England”, Oxford Press, 1708. 9 in x 5-3/4 in.

$200 – 400

143 |  First Edition Sir Walter Scott. Lady of the Lake

A first edition of Sir Walter Scott’s “The Lady of the Lake, a Poem”, 1810, printed by James Ballantyne for John Ballantyne and Co. Edinburgh. 11-3/4 in x 9 in.

Both covers detached. Book body in good condition.

$200 – 300