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Lots 1­380: 20th Century Modern / Contemporary: furniture, fittings, lighting, art and smalls Lots 390­570: Arts & Crafts: furniture, fittings, metal, pottery and lighting Lots 571­634: Glass, porcelain,, art and sculpture Lots 635­720: Asian and ethnographic Lots 721­815: Art, art books, ephemera, scientific and toys Lots 816­889: Jewelry and silver Lots 890­1109: Period furniture, carpets, art, clocks, glass and crystal, folk and Americana

1: GEORGE NAKASHIMA Walnut free-edge twin headboard. (Provenance available.) 39" x 67" 2: LE CORBUSIER Settee on polished chrome frame, its cushions upholstered in cherry red leather. 31" x 66" x 30" 3: MIES VAN DER ROHE / KNOLL Barcelona chair with black leather upholstery on polished steel frame. Knoll Associates label. 29 1/4" x 29 1/2" x 29 3/4" 4: VLADIMIR KAGAN Lounge chair on chrome swivel base and ottoman in black leather. 30" x 32" x 29" 5: VLADIMIR KAGAN / DREYFUSS Four-seat sofa. Dreyfuss label. 23" x 108 1/2" x 34" 6: STYLE OF VLADIMIR KAGAN Circular ceiling fixture. 32" x 29 1/2" 7: STYLE OF VLADIMIR KAGAN End table with tambour compartment on three legs. 41 1/2" x 34" x 32" 8: JAMES MONT (Attr.) Dinette table with enameled wood greek key base and Italian marble top. Top marked Made in Italy. 27" x 50 1/4" 9: STUDIO Free edge coffee table with walnut `butterflies', tripled supports and trestle base. 17 1/2" x 59 1/2" x 19 1/2" 10: STUDIO Three mahogany pieces: two-door cabinet with two interior shelves, open bookcase, and wall-hanging cabinet with brass hardware. Largest piece: 12" x 60" x 13 3/4" 11: ERIC SCHMEHL Bark Beacon, cedar lamppost with aluminum details and stainless steel braided mesh back, surrounded by cedar seats. Approx. 15' 12: FOUND ART Fireplace mantle fabricated from the front end of a 1961 Chrysler, with working headlights. 28" x 80" x 29" 13: MODERN Pair of pedestal side tables with granite tops and bronze bases. From the Estate of Peter Joseph. 29" x 30" 14: VIKTOR BONDARENKO Constructivist mahogany hall mirror with heavily carved frame, marked VB. (Bondarenko, a Russian designer, designed and manufactured the interior of the reception hall of the USSR Defense Ministry before emigrating to the United States.)82" x 46" x 8" 15: CHARLES EAMES Set of seven bentwood dining chairs. 21 1/2" x 19" x 20" 16: CHARLES EAMES / HERMAN MILLER Set of six Aluminum Group armchairs with red hopsack upholstery. Herman Miller tag. 34" x 23" x 23" 17: CHARLES EAMES / HERMAN MILLER Gray fiberglass armchair with rope edge. Herman Miller Furniture Company label. 29 1/2" x 24" x 23" 18: STYLE OF EAMES Lounge chair and ottoman in teak bentwood with brown leather cushions. Chair: 37" x 31" x 28 1/2" 19: THONET Set of five bentwood side chairs. Thonet decal. 31" x 19" x 19"

20: GEORGE NELSON / HERMAN MILLER Five-drawer Primavera chest. Herman Miller foil label. 40" x 40" x 19" 21: GEORGE NELSON Cabinet with tambour doors and orange enameled drawers with slatted bench. Cupboard: 26" x 33" x 18", bench: 11 1/2" x 48" x 18" 22: MODERN Expandable slatted bench in ebonized oak. Closed: 12" x 55 1/2" x 18" 23: THADEN JORDAN, OPENARK, Etc. Five assorted chairs. Three marked. Thaden Jordan chair: 32 1/2" x 17" x 18" 24: GEORGE NELSON / HOWARD MILLER White lacquered wood and metal Ball clock with brass rods. Howard Miller Clock Company label. 13" dia. x 3 1/4". 25: GEORGE NELSON / HOWARD MILLER Asterisk Clock with orange enameled metal body. Howard Miller metal tag. 10" dia. x 2 3/4" 26: CHARLES AND RAY EAMES "The Little Toy" set, including a House of Cards. Original box, excellent condition. Box: 9 1/4" 27: WALL HANGING SHELF Black wire shelf with multi-color wooden hanging hooks, in the style of Eames. Unmarked. 9" x 9" x 24" 28: FELIX PASILIS (American, b. 1922) Untitled. Oil on canvas (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 43 3/4" x 43 3/4" 29: 20TH C. ART Untitled (Cityscape), 1972. Gouache on board (framed). Signed and dated "D. Levine 72." Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 15" x 23 1/4" (sight) 30: MARTIN ZIPIN (American, 1920-1991) Untitled. Mixed media on Masonite. Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, Philadelphia. 39" x 23" (irregular) 31: TONY ROBBIN (American, 20th C.) 78-22, 1978. Acrylic on canvas. Signed and titled. Provenance: Tibor de Nagy Gallery, Inc., New York (label on verso); Private Collection, New York. 56" x 70" 32: MICHAEL KESSLER (American, b. 1954) Number 1, 1986. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated. Provenance: Jack Tilton Gallery, New York (label on verso); Private Collection, New York. 72 1/2" x 54 1/2" 33: ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONIST Untitled. Acrylic on board (framed). Signed "Janz." Provenance: Private Collection, Connecticut. 24" x 48" 34: RICHARD BECKETT (20th C.) Pearleyed, 1984. Dry pigment, pastel and encaustic on paper (framed). Provenance: Barbara Toll Fine Arts, Inc., New York; Private Collection, New York. 67" x 67" (diamond shaped) 35: 20TH C. ABSTRACT Untitled, 1935. Oil on canvas (framed). Signed "Biel" and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 45" x 60" 36: STEPHEN LACK (American, b. 1946) Untitled acrylic on paper (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, Los Angeles. 22 1/2" x 30" 37: SCOTT MILLER (American, b. 1947) Untitled, 1979. Acrylic on paper (framed). Signed and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, Los Angeles. 14" x 20 1/2" (sight)

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38: JOE ZUCKER (American, b. 1941) Rah! Rah! Sis, Boom, Bah!. Lithograph on paper. Signed and numbered 18/100. Provenance: Private Collection, Los Angeles. 19" x 24" 39: ROBERT RAUSCHENBERG (American, b. 1925) Re-Entry, from Mirrors of the Mind, 1975. Collage diptych (framed). Embossed signature, numbered 21/100. Provenance: Collection of Carol Lyons; Private Collection, NJ. 15" x 22 1/2" (overall, sheet) 40: ANDY WARHOL (American, 1928-1987) The American Indian Series, Ace Gallery, 1977. Offset lithograph poster in colors. Signed and inscribed (in plate?) "david Andy Warhol". Provenance: Estate of Carl M. Allen, Ohio. 49 1/2" x 33 1/4" (sheet). Together with Crazy Golden Slippers offset lithograph in colors (on two sheets)(framed) 41: KEITH HARING (American, 1958-1990) Four posters (framed): New Works by Keith Haring, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, Jan. 1984. Theater Der Welt, Frankfurt, Sept. 20 - Oct. 6, 1985. Pop Shop (Orange and Black). Keith Haring: Into 84, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, Dec. 3, 1983 - Jan. 7, 1984. Provenance: Estate of Carl M. Allen, Ohio. Largest: 45" x 29 1/2" (image) 42: 20TH C. ART POSTERS Fifteen posters after various artists, including: Andy Warhol, Eric Fischl (signed), Sol LeWitt, LeRoy Neiman, Stephen Lack (signed), Jean-Michel Alberola, Paul De Gruccio and others. Warhol framed, some mounted on foamcore. Various sizes. 43: JOHN SALT (American, b. 1937) Two works of art: Derelict Vehicle, 1971, lithograph in colors (framed), signed. Pioneer Pontiac, 1971, lithograph in colors (framed), signed. Provenance: Estate of Carl M. Allen, Ohio. 18 1/4" x 26 1/2" (sight) 44: DON EDDY (American, b. 1944) Williams Bar-b-qued Turkey, 1973. Lithograph in colors (framed). Signed and numbered 191/250. Provenance: Estate of Carl M. Allen, Ohio. 24 1/2" x 18" (sight) 45: RALPH GOINGS (American, b. 1928) Kentucky Fried Chicken, 1971. Photolithograph in colors (framed). Signed. Provenance: Estate of Carl M. Allen, Ohio. 19 1/2" x 26 1/2" (sight) 46: WOLFGANG VOLZ (German, b. 1948) Untitled, from the series Women of Fifth Avenue, 1980. Twenty-six gelatin silver prints (two framed). All signed, dated, titled and numbered 3/10. Provenance: Holly Solomon Editions, New York City (label on verso); Private Collection, Los Angeles. 15 5/8" x 12" (sight) 47: NAT FINKELSTEIN (American, b. 1933) Marjan, N.Y.C., 1985. Photo lithograph on paper. Signed, dated, title and numbered 2/10 (inscribed on verso "To Holly With Love and thanks to a great lady Nat Finkelstein 1988".) Private Collection, Los Angeles. 20" x 23 5/8" (sheet) 48: TINA GIROUARD (American, b. 1946) Six works of art: !Vamanos!, 1983. C-print. Signed, dated and titled. Wall's Wallpaper II, 1974. Mixed media on paper. Signed, dated and titled. Tina, Tee Pees with Spirits, Moon Mother, Monument, Abstraction, 1980. Silkscreen on paper. Signed, dated and titled. Clear, Work, Moon Mother, Fairy Gift, Abstraction, 1980. Silkscreen on paper. Signed, dated and titled. Earth, 1980. Silkscreen on fabric (framed). Publisher: The Fabric Workshop, Philadelphia; Hut, Fiery Gift, Moon Mother, Monument, Abstraction, 1980. Silkscreen on paper. Signed and titled. Provenance: Private Collection, Los Angeles. Largest: 34" x 27" (sheet) 49: J. MEREDITH LONGACRE (American, 20th C.) Six gelatin silver prints: Foreman, signed and titled. Motif, titled. Perspective, titled. Dynamic, 1949, signed, dated and titled. Circular Rhythm, titled. Derrick Man, signed and titled. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. Largest: 19 1/2" x 16" (sheet)

50: ARNOLD NEWMAN (American, 1918-2006) Jules Mervin, 1952. Gelatin silver print (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, Florida. 6 3/4" x 9" (image). 51: SUSAN EDER (American, 20th C.) Two Hundred Fifty-Nine Four-Leaf Clovers and One Three-Leaf Clover. C-Print (framed). Signed and titled. Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 19 1/4" x 15 1/4" (sight) 52: RUDY BURCKHARDT (American, 1914-1999) Untitled (Manhattan Street), c. 1945. Gelatin silver print (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. 13 3/8" x 10 5/6" (sight) 53: 20TH C. PHOTOGRAPHY Four works of art: two Charles Niedringhaus photograms (with studio stamps on versos), two additional (one glue mounted). Provenance: Collection of Charles Niedringhaus, Pennsylvania. Largest: 20" x 13", smallest: 14" x 11". 54: LINDA CONNOR (American, b. 1944) Untitled. Toned printing-outpaper contact print (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 7 3/8" x 8 7/8" (sight) 55: RENEE GREEN (American, b. 1959) Untitled, C-print, 1980s. Provenance: Private Collection, Los Angeles. 20" x 24" (sheet) 56: ROGER WELCH (American, b. 1946) Eight works of art: Halloween, 1940, Steps, 1972 (diptych). Photograph and ink on board. Signed, dated and titled. Sag Harbor, 1972 (diptych). Photograph and ink on board. Signed, dated and titled. Cowboy/Sidewalk, Dressup, 1972 (diptych). Photograph and ink on board. Signed, dated and titled. Generations, 1972 (diptych). Photograph and ink on board. Signed and dated. each. Two works of art: Elliot House, No. 20. Ink on paper (framed). Elliot House, No. 4. Ink on paper (framed). Drawing Based on My Interpretation of the Video Tape Text, 1973. Mixed media collage on paper (framed). Signed, dated and titled. My Interpretation Drawn Translation from a Selected Section of the Video Tape Text, 1973. Mixed media collage on paper (framed). Signed, dated and titled. Untitled (Newspaper article), 1973. Lithograph. Signed, dated and numbered A.P. Provenance: Private Collection, Los Angeles. Largest: 30" x 20" (sheet) 57: SALVAGE GIANTS Poster. Provenance: Holly Solomon Gallery, New York City, Private Collection, Los Angeles. 22 1/2" x 17 1/2" 58: GAETANO PESCE Pair of Ball chairs covered in red fabric. 25" x 35" dia. 59: PAOLI LENTI Pair of sofas upholstered in off-white fabric. 20" x 46" x 32" 60: STYLE OF ANGELO MANGIAROTTI Circular travertine dining table on pedestal base. 29 1/4" x 47" dia. 61: MID-CENTURY Glass-top dining table on brass and painted wood base. 30" x 87" x 38" 62: MOLDED PLASTIC Fourteen side chairs three stacking tables, along with child's table and two chairs. 30 1/2" x 19" x 19" 63: MOLDED FIBERGLASS Square dining table with with three chairs, along with two lounge chairs. 64: HOLLEN, INC. (TX) Seven-piece dining set in white molded plastic, the chairs with purple fabric seat pads, the table with white laminate top. Paper label to seat pads. Table: 28 1/2" x 49" dia., chairs: 29 1/2" x 19" x 20"


65: GAETANO PESCE / ZANI & ZANI Vesuvius espresso pot in cast aluminum painted with fire-resistant enamels, with cast resin handle and lid. Stamped Made In Italy Caffettiera Espresso Vesuvio Progetto di Gaetano Pesce per Zani & Zani. 14" x 5 1/4" dia. 66: ELIO MARTINELLI Serpente floor lamp. Embossed mark. 48" x 21" 67: LIGHTING Floor lamp with two curved plastic and aluminum shades. 64" x 21" 67A: D. YOUNG Lucite and iron four-light chandelier with gilt leaf-form finials, 1993. Signed D. Young `93. 46" x 37" 68: RICHARD GINORI Three ceramic tiles. Each signed RICHARD GINORI. MADE IN ITALY. Each: 5 3/4" sq. 69: MURANO Glass vase with freeform shapes in polychrome, and gold foil application. 7 1/2" x 8" 70: VENINI Large beehive-shaped glass vase in shaded teal, 1998. Etched Venini 98, also with circular clear label. 12 1/4" x 10" 71: SALVIATI Large sommerso glass vase in dark green, amber and clear, 1987. Signed Salviati Venice 1987, also marked with clear label. 11" x 5 3/4" 72: ARCHIMEDE SEGUSO / SEGUSO VETRI D'ARTE Two glass bowls: one by Archimede Seguso with colored swirls, the other designed by Peter Kuchinke for Seguso Vetri D'Arte. Both marked. Dia.: 6 1/4" and 13" 73: VENINI Two opaque glass pieces: periwinkle vase and green bowl, on raised black base, 1986. Both signed Venini 86 with circular clear label. 10" h and 9 3/4" dia. 74: TIMO SARPANEVA / IITTALA Claritas vase with black circles submerged in clear glass, 1985. Marked Timo Sarpaneva L1/1985. 6 1/4" x 5" 75: SEGUSO VETRI D'ARTE Sommerso glass vase of compressed form in chartreuse and aquamarine. 6 3/4" x 9 3/4" 76: TAPIO WIRKKALA Ribbed vase in clear glass together with a Robert Barber cobalt glass paperweight. Vase etched Tapio Wirkkala. Vase: 6 1/2" 77: CZECHOSLOVAKIAN Studio glass bowl in cobalt, its interior acidetched with symbols and figures in flight. Illegible signature. 6" x 10" dia. 78: STUDIO GLASS Two blown and cut glass vessels on footed bases, 1987 and 1998. Each dated, with illegible signature. Approx. 8 3/4" and 9 1/2" h 79: LEON APPLEBAUM / JOHN TOOHEY / DEBORAH CZESKO Five studio glass pieces: vase and perfume bottle by Leon Applebaum; vase and low bowl by John Toohey; and tall stoppered bottle by Deborah Czesko. All marked, some dated. Bottle: 17" x 5 3/4" 80: KENT IPSEN / GEORGE THIEWES / PAUL MUSGROVE Three studio glass pieces, 1977 - 1986: Kent Ipsen paperweight; George Thiewes spherical vessel with sandblasted patches; Paul Musgrove head. (Provenance: Estate of Jerry and Bobbi Raphael, Clifton, NJ.) All marked. 2 3/4", 6" and 9 3/4" h

81: KOSTA BODA Three glass pieces: large charger in lavender and black by Ann Wahlstrom; clear bowl with cobalt rim by Goran Warff; and clear ribbed bowl by Anna Ehrner. All marked. Dia.: 15", 8 3/4", and 9 1/2" 82: KAJ FRANCK / NUUTAJARVI NOTSJO Tear-shaped glass vase in dark green. Signed K. Franck Nuutajarvi Notsjo 8-54. 7 1/2" x 5 3/4" 83: BODA, S. SKARG, GRANT, ETC Four assorted art glass vessels. Three signed and dated. Largest: 11" x 7 3/4" 84: CHANCE GLASS (England) Six glass handkerchief bowls with colorful screenprinted designs. One with foil label. Largest: 8" x 10 1/2" 85: ART GLASS Aquarium glass block with two fish in blue, orange and green. 7 1/4" x 6 1/4" x 2 1/2" 86: MODERN GLASS Large glass centerbowl. 6 1/4" x 24 1/2" x 16 1/2" 87: BLENKO GLASS Three-piece group including a teal stoppered bottle, clear rippled bottle shaped vase and a yellow pitcher molded with leaves. Tallest: 25 3/4" 88: CHRIS THORNTON Glass and granite sculpture, "Tetrahedron Forest." (Provenance: Estate of Jerry and Bobbi Raphael, Clifton, NJ; Studio glass Gallery of Britain, Montclair, NJ.) Signed and titled. 7 1/2" x 13 3/4" x 6 1/4" 89: DAVID LEWIN Glass sculpture, "The Chase," 1985. (Provenance: Estate of Jerry and Bobbi Raphael, Clifton, NJ.) Signed and dated, with copyright. 5 1/2" x 13 1/2" x 12" 90: JEFF SAMMARTINO Glass "Polar Bear Sculpture," 1987. (Provenance: Estate of Jerry and Bobbi Raphael, Clifton, NJ.) Signed. 6 3/4" x 21 1/2" x 14 1/4" 91: KIMRIE NEWCOMB Hand blown, fumed and sandblasted glass sculpture, Chicken in Basket, 1968. Signed Newcomb 68. Approximate overall: 4 1/2" x 9" x 7". 92: JOHN LEWIS, MARK PEISER, SAMUEL HERMAN, ETC Five studio glass vases. All signed. Heights: 2 3/4" to 8" 93: MURANO GLASS BOTTLE Together with a group of 20th c. ceramics, glass and accessories including: a Higgins ashtray; Woodworth bowl; enameled copper dish; Kewtie razor for women in original box. Bottle: 10" 94: TOM TURNER Five porcelain items: teapot and two jars covered in brown, green and tan teadust glazes, teapot covered in oxblood glaze and jar covered oxblood and purple glazes. All marked. Tallest: 12" x 9 1/2" x 6 3/4" 95: TOM TURNER Five porcelain vessels, two covered in oxblood with copper flambe and purple teadust glazes. All signed. Tallest: 10" x 7" dia. 96: TOM TURNER Seven porcelain items covered in ebony and copper teadust glazes. All signed. Tallest: 11 1/2" x 9 1/2" x 6" 97: TOM TURNER Five porcelain vessels covered in oxblood and purple glazes. All signed. Tallest: 9 1/2" x 5 1/2" 98: TOM TURNER Six porcelain vessels, three covered in ash glazes and three covered in purple teadust glazes. All but shortest signed. Tallest: 9 1/4" x 5" dia.


99: TOM TURNER Six porcelain covered jars covered in brown, olive and ash glazes. All signed. Largest: 10 1/2" x 11 1/2" 100: TOM TURNER Six porcelain vessels covered in ash glaze with glaze trailed flowers. All signed. Largest: 17" x 9" 101: TIM MATHER Four glazed stoneware jars on stands. All signed. Largest: 16" x 16" 102: TIM MATHER Two glazed stoneware teapots on stands and one covered jar on stand. All signed. Largest: 13" x 14 1/2" x 11" 103: TIM MATHER Four glazed stoneware jars on stands, three with lids. Tallest: 20" x 6 1/2" dia. 104: STUDIO POTTERY Twelve assorted pieces including vases, bowls, and lidded vessel. Some marked. Tallest: 8 3/4" 105: MODERN CERAMICS Four bowls: one by Richard Aerni, a large stoneware flaring bowl with stylized designs marked Batso, and two marked HM. Largest: 11 1/2" 106: STUDIO POTTERY Eight pieces including a large lidded dish in flambe glaze, a bowl, and several vases. Tallest: 10" 107: GORDON ANDRUS Three organically-shaped porcelain teapots with four matching mugs and four cups and saucers, along with one gourdshaped vase, 1994. (Provenance: Carl M. Allen.) All marked with artist's cipher. Tallest: 8 1/2" x 9 1/2" 108: POTTERY Eight pieces: Black Maria pottery vase, lidded jar, two planters, glass pitcher, etc. Several pieces with breaks. Maria vase: 11" 109: MODERN CERAMICS Seventeen vessels in various glazes, some crackled, some glaze tests. Largest: 2 1/2" x 7 1/2" 110: POTTERY Ten pieces: crackled ashtray, along with assorted bowls and studio pottery. One completely reglued. Largest: 12 1/2" dia. 111: SACCO, ETC. Six large ceramic chargers. Some signed Sacco. Largest: 3 1/2" x 23" 112: ELAINE COLEMAN / CARYL Elaine Coleman teapot with carved cranes covered in celadon glaze, 1993; Caryl porcelain teapot pressed in a lace pattern and covered in blue glaze; Caryl stoneware vase with flowers and butterflies, 1989. Coleman teapot: 9 1/2" x 9 1/2" x 7 1/2" 113: MARIANNE WOO Two dome-shaped ceramic vessels covered in mottled green glazes, along with wall-hanging sculpture. Vessels signed MW. Larger vessel: 12 1/2" x 10 3/4", sculpture: 22" x 17 1/2" x 1 1/2" 114: KATHERINE PLEYDELL-BOUVERIE Two ribbed stoneware vessels covered in matte white or bottle green glaze. (Provenance: Daniel Jacobs and Derek Mason.) Discreet signatures. 4" and 3" 115: KITTINGER Two-piece mahogany breakfront. 82" x 59 1/4" x 14 1/2" 116: SPANISH Three-door cabinet with inset travertine top and interior shelves. 31 3/4" x 48" x 15"

117: KITTINGER Three black-lacquered tables, one coffee- and two side-, each with inset ivory-colored panel. Coffee table marked with Kittinger label. 17 1/2" x 45 1/2" x 23 1/2" and 21 1/2" x 27 1/2" x 17 1/2" 118: DREXEL Walnut dining table with three 12" leaves and six chairs. All marked Drexel. Table: 29 1/2" x 62" x 40", armchairs: 35 1/2" x 24" x 22 1/2" 119: DREXEL Walnut two-piece illuminated china cabinet with patterned glass doors, and a low two-door chest. All pieces marked Profile by Drexel. 72" x 48" x 21" and 28" x 36" x 18" 120: DREXEL Pair of walnut twin-size headboards, and pair of singledrawer nightstands. Stenciled marks. Headboards: 39" x 41 1/2" x 12", nightstands: 25 1/2" x 20" x 14" 121: DREXEL Two walnut two-tiered occasional tables. Stenciled marks. 24" x 30" sq. and 24" x 28" x 18" 122: DREXEL Walnut surfboard coffee table with patterned white laminate top. Stenciled mark. 16 1/4" x 72" x 20" 123: DREXEL Walnut bedroom suite consisting of a pair of walnut dressers with mirrors, vanity and stool. Dressers: 67 1/2" x 52" x 21", vanity: 22" x 35" x 19" 124: MODERN Leather sofa on bun feet with brass upholstery studs. 34" x 80" x 40" 125: MODERN FURNITURE Four items: two lounge chairs upholstered in green and yellow fabric; end table and octagonal occasional table topped with decorative metal under glass. Chairs: 29" x 28" x 30", square table: 19" x 28" x 28", octagonal table: 16" x 20" 126: 20th CENTURY FURNITURE Four items: telephone stand with fitted stool; walnut fold-in step chair; mahogany circular top stand and a three tiered cake stand. Tallest: 35". 127: XCEPCION (Canada) Five-drawer desk in oak laminate. Xcepcion label. 28 3/4" x 72" x 36" 128: DESIGNCRAFT Walnut veneer credenza with seven drawers. Stamped mark. 29" x 48" x 17 1/2" 129: SLIGH FURNITURE COMPANY (Grand Rapids, MI) Pair of buffets, each with inset white laminate top, and two drawers over four doors concealing single shelf and three drawers. Branded mark. 32" x 60" x 19" 130: MID-CENTURY MODERN Nine-piece dining suite: extension dining table with white laminate top and three 18" leaves, and eight dining chairs with caned backs and vinyl upholstery. Table (closed): 29" x 63 1/2" x 46" 131: SAMSON BERMAN AND HERITAGE Rosewood console with white laminate top, along with walnut side tables. 35" x 72" x 18" 132: MODERN Circular maple dining table with four walnut chairs. Table: 26" x 48" dia., chairs: 32" x 22" x 19" 133: GEORGE TANIER / SCHMEIG AND KOTZIAN Low-back chair in beech and walnut with powder blue velvet seat cushion, along with Schmeig & Kotzian bed frame. Branded mark. Chair: 29" x 20 1/4" x 21 1/4". Bed: 36" x 62 1/2" x 78 1/4"


134: DUNBAR Long sofa and lounge chair in original tweed fabric upholstery with ball casters in front. Signed on upholstery. 27 1/2" x 101" x 31 1/2" and 25 1/2" x 39" x 32 1/4" 135: DUNBAR Cruciform coffee table in brushed bronze finish with smoked glass top. 17" x 46 1/2" x 29" 136: EDWARD WORMLEY / DUNBAR King-size headboard with caned panels. Dunbar metal tag. 37" x 82 1/2" 137: ROBSJOHN-GIBBINGS Coffee table with marble top on dark stained wooden base. 12 1/4" x 39" 138: JOHN WIDDICOMB Nine-drawer dresser with burlwood veneer and brass pulls. Marked. 31" x 76" x 19" 139: PAUL MCCOBB Room divider with brass uprights, walnut shelves and glass doors. 52" x 60" x 12" 140: PAUL MCCOBB Double-pedestal desk with five drawers and black metal pulls. 29 1/4" x 53" x 26 1/2" 141: PAUL MCCOBB / WINCHENDON Two Planner Group single-pedestal two-drawer desks. 29 1/2" x 48" x 24" 142: MILO BAUGHMAN Bench upholstered in finely-ribbed tan fabric. 21" x 52" x 22" 143: HARVEY PROBBER Rosewood shelf. 5" x 42" x 18" 144: BAKER Pair of caned-back slipper chairs with white boucle cushions on ebonized frames. Marked Baker Furniture. Each: 29" x 26" x 27" 145: BAKER Oak chest with two interior drawers and single shelf. Baker metal tag. 32" x 51" x 22" 146: BRUSKBO Rosewood bar cabinet with black laminate top and interior compartments. Marked Bruskbo Made in Denmark. 33" x 30" x 16" 147: MODERN Sofa upholstered in green and white houndstooth fabric on rosewood base, along with brass bamboo-style floor lamp. Sofa: 32" x 62" x 32", lamp: 58" x 10" 148: HERITAGE HENREDON / LANE Heritage Henredon two-door cabinet with single drawer and interior shelves, and Lane utility cart with black laminate top. Both marked. 26" x 46" x 17" and 31 1/2" x 35 1/2" x 17 1/2" 149: MODERN Pair of wrought-iron lounge chairs with pony skin seat and back. 29 1/2" x 20" x 29" 150: RICHARD JOSEPH ANUSZKIEWICZ (American, b. 1930) Untitled, 1968. Screenprint in colors (framed). Signed, dated and numbered 17/35. Provenance: Private Collection, Florida. 14 3/8" x 12 5/8" (sheet) 151: ALEXANDER CALDER (American, 1898-1976) Composition with Pyramids, Circles and Clouds (From A San Lazzaro). Lithograph in colors (framed). Signed and numbered EA. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 31 1/2" x 23" (sight)

152: ALEXANDER CALDER (American, 1898-1976) Two works of art: Spiral Landscape, 1971. Lithograph in colors (framed). numbered 491/500. Jardin Fleuriste. Lithograph in colors (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, New York. Largest: 28 3/4" x 21 1/4" (sight) 153: ATTRIBUTED TO OTTO MORACH (Swiss, 1887-1973) Untitled, mixed media on paper (framed), 23" x 19" 154: MAX ERNST (German/American, 1891-1976) Untitled, lithograph in colors (framed). Signed and numbered 51/101. Provenance: Private Collection, NJ. 10 1/4" x 8 1/4" (sight) 155: MAX BILL (Swiss, 1908-1994) Three Colours Surrounded by Equal Amounts of Black and White, 1970. Serigraph in colors (framed). Signed, dated and numbered 8/22. Provenance: Estate of Carl M. Allen, Ohio. 31" x 24 1/2" (sight). 156: MARINO MARINI (Italian, 1901-1980) Two works of art: Untitled, 1930, offset lithograph in colors (framed), signed and dated in plate. Untitled, 1942, offset lithograph in colors (framed), signed and dated in plate. Provenance: Estate of Carl M. Allen, Ohio. Largest: 14 1/2" x 11 1/2" (sight) 157: AFTER PAUL KLEE (Swiss/German, 1879-1940) Two works of art: Lady Apart, 1940, offset lithograph (framed), signed in plate. Untitled, monoprint (framed), signed with artist's signature device and numbered 1/2. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 11 1/4" x 9" (sight) 158: RICHARD LINDER (German, 1908-1978) King of Hearts. Serigraph in colors (framed). Signed and numbered EA. Provenance: Estate of Carl M. Allen, Ohio. 25" x 20 1/4" (sight) 159: LAWRENCE EDWARD KUPFERMAN (American, 1909-1982) Untitled, mixed media on paper (framed), signed, 24 3/4" x 18 3/4" (sight) 160: 20TH C. ARTS Two works of art: Helen Stoller, untitled, oil on wood panel, signed. Unknown, art tile (mounted to wood plaque), signed illegibly. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 42" x 15 1/2" (plaque) 161: JOHN HATFIELD (20th Century) Insanity and Exposure, 1986. Oil on wood with plastic. Signed, dated and titled. Provenance: Holly Solomon Gallery, New York (label on verso), Private Collection, Los Angeles. 13" x 9 1/8" 162: PLASTER RELIEFS Three works of art: two wall reliefs (one signed "L. Goodman" and other with "Alva Studios" copyright) and one plaster mold signed "Braekevelt". Largest plaque: 14" x 18" x 2" 163: JEAN-CLAUDE GAUGY (French/American, b. 1944) Untitled. Wood carving. Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 24" x 17 1/2" 164: MODERN WOOD SCULPTURES Three works of art: all unsigned, one inscribed. Tallest 30 1/2", shortest: 19" 165: MAREK CECULA (Polish, b. 1944) Pair of vessels: Untitled, 1985. Polychrome ceramic. Signed and dated. 7" x 11 1/2" (each) 166: JAMES MELCHERT Hand-built, stained ceramic wall-hanging, "Autumn Mask," 1958. (Provenance: Carl M. Allen.) 11 3/4" x 12" 167: MELISSA MILLER (American, b. 1951) Untitled. Gold paint on paper. Private Collection, Los Angeles. Signed and inscribed "Holly Happy Valentines Day Love Melissa"


168: MICHAEL MOGAVERO (American, born after 1950) Two works of art: Couple, 1980. Oil on paper (framed). Signed and dated. A Child's Vision, 1981. Oil on paper (framed). Signed and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, Los Angeles. 33 3/4" x 29 3/4" (each.) 169: SUSAN ETKIN (American, b. 1955) Untitled, 1988. Glass screens (framed). Signed, dated and numbered 12/25. Provenance: Private Collection, Los Angeles. 12 5/8" x 10 1/8" (each) 170: COSANTI Figural ceramic bell incised with abstract faces, with copper triangle and hanging chain. 8" x 8" 171: LEONARD BASKIN (American, 1922-2000) Untitled (Portrait of a Man). Woodblock print on rice paper, Signed and numbered. 15" x 20" (image). Accompanied by Caprices & Grotesques. a monograph of Baskin illustrations, 1961. 172: CAROL SUMMERS (American, b. 1925) Night Garden. Color woodblock (framed). Signed, titled and numbered 16/40. Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 29" x 21" (sheet). 173: MICHEL PONCE DE LEON (American, b. 1922) Untitled. Embossing (framed). Signed; Provenance: Private Collection, Hoboken, NJ. 15" x 12" (sight) 174: AFTER BERNARD BUFFET (French, 1928-1999) Flower. Lithograph in colors (framed). Signed in plate; Provenance: Private Collection, Michigan. 11 1/4" x 8 3/4" (sight) 175: 20TH C. BRONZES Two works of art: Eduardo Oropeza (American, 1947-2003) Diosa de Viola (Goddess of the Viola), 1995, bronze (with base), signed and numbered 3/25. Maria Luisa Campoy (20th C.) La Pastora, bronze (with base), signed and numbered 3/8. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Tallest: 41" high (with base) 176: 20TH C. ART Three works of art: Lucien Philippe Moretti (French, 1922-2000) Untiled (Portrait), oil on canvas (framed), signed. John Philip Falter (American, 1910-1982) Untitled, gouache on paper (framed), signed. Josef Presser (Polish/American, 1907-1967) Meditation, mixed media on paper (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 22" x 16" (sight) 177: PEDRO PABLO OLIVA (Cuban, b. 1949) Untitled (Cuba), 1979. Mixed media on paper (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. 24" x 18" (sight) 178: CARMEN LOUIS CICERO (American, b. 1926) Untitled, 1961. Ink on paper (framed). Signed and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 10" x 12 1/4" (sight) 179: JESUS RAFAEL SOTO (Venezuelan, 1923-2005) Untitled, 1972. Color serigraph on Plexiglass. Signed and numbered 120/300. Provenance: Estate of Carl M. Allen, Ohio. 24 1/2" x 19 1/2" 180: TECNO Work station with laminate top and chrome base. 36 1/2" x 78 3/4" x 31 1/2"

183: JOHN STUART Coffee table with elliptical glass top on polished steel base. 16" x 58" x 24" 184: JOHN STUART Furniture suite upholstered in diamond-pattern fabric on steel bases, including three armchairs with matching ottoman, along with footstool on wooden base. Largest: 37" x 31" x 31" 185: JOHN STUART Lounge chair with ottoman upholstered in blue and white on steel bases. 42" x 30" x 32" 186: MODERN TABLES Chrome and brass console glass-top console table, along with three enameled wood tables. 27" x 60" x 11", 28" x 48" x 17", 29" 70" x 15" and 29" x 30" sq. 187: MODERN Four items: Tulip side table; side table with illuminated white lucite top; chrome side chair with black leather cushions; and lucite side chair on casters. Lucite chair: 37" x 20" x 20", illuminated table: 12" x 31 1/2" sq. 188: PACE Pair of armchairs with tufted cordovan leather upholstery on polished chrome frames. Cloth label. 33" x 20 1/2" x 25" 189: PACE Pair of lounge chairs upholstered in moss velveteen on steel swivel bases. 28" x 31" x 25" 190: MAURICE VILLENCY Pair of lounge chairs upholstered in burnt orange tweed on swivel base. Maurice Villency fabric label. 31 1/2" x 32" x 27" 191: MODERN Brushed steel and smoked glass illuminated display case with interior glass shelves. 72" x 44" x 18" 192: MODERN Coffee table with cerused oak frame and glass top. 16 1/4" x 40" sq. 193: KARL SPRINGER Extension pedestal dining table covered in yellow lacquered finish; includes two 18" leaves. Leaves marked 86. Closed: 29 1/2" x 51" 194: MODERN Mirrored bedroom set in black laminate and brass, consisting of a headboard and two nightstands. Headboard: 37" x 68" 195: MODERN Four-piece bedroom furniture suite in white laminate and polished chrome consisting of a dresser, nightstand and two twin headboard. Dresser: 30" x 75" x 19", headboards: 36" x 38 1/2" 196: MODERN Four-piece bedroom furniture suite in gray laminate and polished chrome consisting of a wardrobe, two nightstands and a headboard. Dresser: 55 1/2" x 40" x 19", headboard: 36" x 80" 197: MODERN Four-piece bedroom furniture suite in rosewood and polished chrome consisting of a low dresser, two nightstands and a headboard. Dresser: 30" x 75" x 19 1/4", headboard: 36" x 79" 198: MODERN Atomic ceiling fixture with twelve glass globes. Fixture: 23" x 23"

181: MAX SAUZE Lounge chairs with black leather seat on steel frame. Max Sauze Design label. 20" x 29" x 27" 199: ATOMIC Plastic globe pendant lamp weighted with steel balls. 14 1/2" 182: WITHDRAWN 200: MODERN LIGHTING Pair of white enameled metal sconces with white glass globes (two globes missing). 15 1/2"


201: STYLE OF KARL SPRINGER Two pairs of chrome table lamps, one with brass panel, along with stitched leather mirror. Lamp bases: 18" and 16", mirror: 34" x 25" 202: NATHAN GEORGE HORWITT / HOWARD MILLER, ETC Museum Wall Clock, ca. 1970; pair of red metal bowler hat pendant lamps; and Panasonic Solid State table lamp. Clock labeled Howard Miller Museum Wall Clock Designed by Nathan George Horwitt. Clock: 12 3/4", each pendant lamp: 8" x 17", table lamp: 17" 203: MODERN Motherboard lightbox lamp. Labeled on bottom Infinity #130. 12 3/4" x 10 3/4" 204: BETTY WOODMAN Double-handled ceramic urn covered in gray and metallic brown glazes. Break to one side. Stamped WOODMAN on foot. Gallery label on base, Potter: Betty Woodman, 1970. 12 1/2" x 12" x 9" 205: SCHEIER Handthrown earthenware bowl covered in eggshell and robin's egg blue volcanic glazes. Incised Sheier. 4 3/4" x 4 1/2" 206: SCHEIER, REDWING, PENNY T, ETC. Nine ceramic vessels, including a Scheier cup and pitcher and a Redwing vase covered in cream and cranberry glazes. Tallest: 13" x 3 1/2" dia. 207: VIVIKA AND OTTO HEINO, TOM TURNER, ETC Five ceramic vessels covered in assorted matte and semi-matte glazes. Most signed. Largest: 6 3/4" x 6 1/2" 208: CABAT Feelie vase covered in teal over cobalt vellum glazes. Incised CABAT. 6 1/2" x 4" 209: CABAT Feelie vase covered in lemon yellow, green and tan vellum glazes. Incised CABAT. 3 1/2" x 2 3/4" 210: NATZLER Porcelain bowl covered in mossy green volcanic glaze. Signed NATZLER. 2 1/4" x 5 3/4" 211: TOSHIKO TAKAEZU Large stoneware centerpiece bowl covered in olive-gray over brown glazes, along with flaring bowl covered in blue speckled glaze. Largest: 4 1/4" x 14 1/2" 212: BOOMER MOORE Two stoneware pieces: vase and rolling coin bank, both covered in blue sandblasted glazes. Both signed, bank dated 2001. 15 3/4" x 12" x 9" and 9 1/2" x 15 1/2" x 13" 213: BRAD SCHWEIGER Tall glazed stoneware sculptural pitcher, 1995. (Provenance: Carl M. Allen.) Signed. 29" x 11" x 8" 214: JEAN BESNARD Glazed earthenware vase. Signed JB. 9 1/2" x 7 1/2" 215: STUDIO POTTERY Two terra cotta vessels with torn openings. Larger: 5" x 6" dia. 216: MODERN Four pieces: an ovoid vase, an ashtray, a plaque with stylized design, and a painted wooden and copper plaque with abstract cross design. Large plaque: 12" sq. 217: ERIK GROMBERG, BRAD SCHWEIGER, JOHN CHALKE, ETC. Eight ceramic objects, including an Erik Gromberg sculpture, two Brad Schweiger vessels and two John Chalke sculptural objects. All signed except tallest vase. Tallest: 19" x 5" dia.

218: PAUL DRESANG Sandblasted porcelain decorative teapot with fused lid, 1993. (Provenance: Carl M. Allen.) Signed PD. 14 1/2" x 9 1/4" 219: JACK TROY AND GORDON ANDRUS Massive centerpiece bowl and covered jar in brown glazes, along with two wheel-thrown flaring bowls in brown and red glazes with abstract designs in resist. All signed. Largest bowl: 5" x 21" 220: NANCY MEEKER / LANDINO POTS, Etc. Five ceramic vessels with assorted decoration and glazes. All marked, one also dated. Largest: 4" x 5 1/2" 221: ANDY NASISSE, ETC Four studio ceramic pieces. Two signed Nasisse. Tallest: 9" x 2 1/4" 222: WARREN McKENZIE / DON REITZ Four ceramic pieces, two by Don Reitz and two by Warren McKenzie, covered in mottled glazes. Two signed Reitz. Largest: 13 3/4" x 8" 223: STYLE OF MEMPHIS Pair of candlesticks. 224: EMILIO PUCCI / ROSENTHAL Porcelain demitasse set, consisting of pot, creamer, sugar dish, five cups and six saucers. Pot: 7 1/2", cups: 2 1/2" 225: RUSSEL WRIGHT / IROQUOIS / PYREX Forty-five pieces of china in dark green and yellow, including two serving dishes, twelve dinner plates, twelve bread plates, eight soup bowls, six ice-cream bowls, four saucers and a teacup along with Pyrex glass coffee percolator. All marked. Serving platter: 1 1/4" x 12 1/2" x 9 1/2" 226: ART DECO Side table with black lacquer top on chrome base. 20 1/2" x 17 3/4" 227: MODERN Petite vanity chair upholstered in brown fabric. 25 1/4" x 20" x 20" 228: MAURICE ADAMS (British) Burlwood veneer cocktail cabinet with mirrored and lighted top. 68" x 43" x 22" 229: MODERN FURNITURE Pair of armchairs with brown leather upholstery, and two-drawer cabinet on brass legs. Chairs: 32" x 25 1/4" x 26", cabinet: 26 1/4" x 27" x 20" 230: HEYWOOD WAKEFIELD King-size headboard in Champagne finish. Stamped mark. 37" x 81" x 10" 231: STYLE OF RUSSEL WRIGHT Floor lamp with turned oak shaft and aluminum funnel together with a maple lounge chair. Lamp: 63 1/2" tall. 232: FORMATRON Pair of salon chairs with black vinyl upholstery. Marked on footrests. 32" x 28" x 31" 233: STYLE OF TOMMI PARZINGER Circular dining table with ivory-colored top and black lacquered pedestal base; one leaf. 31" x 54" dia. 234: MODERN Coffee table on blade-shaped steel base with glass top. 13" x 36" 235: MODERN Coffee table on blade-shaped steel base with glass top. 13" x 32"


236: GILBERT ROHDE Armchair with ebonized wood armrests on cantilevered base. 35" x 22 1/2" x 29 1/4" 237: PAUL FRANKL Laminated cork coffee table on plank legs. 18 1/4" x 40" x 34" 237A: PAUL FRANKL Two-piece sofa upholstered in blue tweed. Overall measure: 26" x 115" x 41" 238: GERMAN ART DECO Chaise lounge with graduated back and original green upholstery, Saxony, 1930s. 30" x 81" x 35" 239: WALTER VON NESSEN (Attr.) Pair of white enameled wood side tables with blue trim, ca. 1934. 19 3/4" x 16" dia. 240: MODERN Set of six chairs upholstered in pink silk fabric. 36" x 21" x 28" 241: MODERN Dining table on curved panel legs, with two 20" leaves. 28" x 72" x 39" 242: EMUD RADIO/PHONO CONSOLE With original paperwork and slip cover. 20th C. 33 1/2" x 17 1/4" x 25". 243: HAMILTON Mint and black enameled metal kitchen cabinet, along with two avocado green wooden units, one with electrified interior, and a matching lift top trash can (not shown). Largest: 60" x 25" x 17" 244: CHASE Chrome pen holder together with a globe shaped coffee percolator with amber Bakelite detailing, marked Manning-Bowman & Co. Percolator: 14 3/4" 245: ART DECO PLAQUE Untitled (Europa Riding a Bull). Oil and sand on wood panel (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 14" x 21" 246: HERMAN MILLER Art deco electric clock in rosewood case with chrome band. 5 1/4" x 10 1/2" x 2 3/4" 247: DUTCH ART DECO Wall hanging spice cabinet with twelve labeled stoneware drawers in wooden frame. Drawers marked Granite. 15" x 21 x 7 1/2" 247A: SCHNEIDER (Attr.) Pair of yellow art deco glass vases with abstract elephants in sculptural relief. 9" x 8" dia. 248: CARL AUBOCK (Attr.) Pair of brass and leather desk lamps, fitted with original handmade paper shades with leaf inclusions, 1930s. 21" x 4" x 3 1/2" 249: WALTER VON NESSEN Swing-arm table lamp in brushed chrome with original plastic reflector and white paper shade. Marked Nessen Studio. 18" x 25" 250: CROSLEY VINTAGE RADIO Disguised as eight volume `Library Universal'. 10 1/4" x 13 1/2" x 8 1/2" 251: CORONA XC-D folding typewriter with original case, ca. 1917. Patent mark June 10, 1917. Marked Corona Typewriter Company, Inc. Typewriter: 6 3/4" x 12" x 10" 252: FOLK ART Large hand-sewn applique of abstract sealife. 53" x 33" 253: WITHDRAWN

254: SHAG RUG In red, white and blue. 108" x 72" 255: WOOL RUG With assymetrical cut in taupe, black and gray. 14' x 17'8" 256: EDWARD FIELDS Woven and cut pile rug in camel virgin wool. Stamped EDWARD FIELDS along inner edge. 83" sq. 257: SIXTIES Two partial rolls of vintage contact paper, one featuring 1960's imagery in blue and brown, the other with fish in blue, purple and teal. 28" wide and 25 1/2" wide. 258: JOHN MANDEL (American, b. 1941) Untitled, 1967. Oil on canvas (framed). Signed and dated. Exhibition: "Annual Exhibition: Paintings," Whitney Museum, New York, 1969. Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 86" x 71 5/8" 259: GERARD VAN LERVEN (Dutch, 1885-1966) Haventeveere. Oil on canvas (framed). Signed and titled. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. 16" x 24" 260: ROB WYNNE (American, b. 1950) The Four Seasons. Mixed media (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, Los Angeles. 19 1/2" x 16 1/2" (each) 261: DOUGLAS D. CRAFT (American, b. 1924) Untitled, 1970. Oil on canvas (framed). Signed and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, Florida. 23" x 20" 262: FRED BRATHWAITE (American, 20th Century) Gypsy Girl, 1985. Acrylic on canvas. Signed, dated and titled. Provenance: Holly Solomon Gallery, New York (label on verso), Private Collection, Los Angeles. 29 7/8" x 24" 263: JAMES MEYER (American, b. 1962) Orion: The Hunter, 1992. Acrylic on canvas (framed). Signed, dated and titled. Provenance: Private Collection, Los Angeles. 14 1/2" x 27 1/2" 264: GARY BURNLEY (20th C.) Untitled, 1981. Lithograph in colors. Signed, dated and numbered 37/40. Private Collection, Los Angeles. 22 1/2" x 30 (sheet) 265: RAMON SANTIAGO (American, b. 1943) Three prints (framed separately): one lithograph signed, dated 1983 and numbered 166/350; two offset lithographs, one signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 35 1/2" x 29" (sight) 266: 20TH C. ART Four works of art by unknown artists: Untitled, linocut in colors (framed), signed illegibly and numbered 21/40. Untitled, oil on canvas (framed), signed "J. Ash", ; Untitled (Madonna and Child), 1972, watercolor on paper (framed), signed "Caeciloa D.M." and dated. Untitled (Still Life), watercolor on paper (framed), signed "Chase". Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 12" x 16" 267: VARIOUS 20TH C. ARTISTS Ten prints from Artsounds Collection. Seven are unframed, three are framed. Some are numbered and dated, stamped on verso "1986 [ARTIST NAME] / ARTSOUNDS COLLECTION", 15/200. 268: 20TH C. ART Fifteen pieces of art by various artists and of various media, including: two unsigned prints by Trova. Smallest: 16" x 11 3/4"; largest (irregular): 43" x 85".


269: TOM TRUE SILKSCREEN Untitled. Silkscreen on stretched canvas. 43" x 29". 270: DAVID KAPP (American, b. 1953) Truck Traffic, 1993. Screenprint in colors (framed). Signed, dated, titled and numbered Trail Proof. Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 25" x 20 1/4" (sight) 271: JAMES McKENNEY (American, b. 1919) Untitled. Rusted steel. Approx. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. 44" x 19" x 10" 272: ROBERT KUSHNER (American, b. 1949) Popcorn Day, 1989. Iron and brass. Signed, dated and titled. Provenance: Private Collection, Los Angeles. 20 1/2" high 273: MODERN SCULPTURE Four works of art: one welded steel, one plastic, one painted plaster on table base, one lucite on lit pedestal (numerous pieces detached, but included). Tallest: 62" (with base), shortest: 24" 274: PETER BOYNTON (American, 20th Century) Different Names For The Same Thing, 1998. Painted wood and steel. Provenance: Exit Art, New York; Collection of Kenneth L. Freed, Boston. 45" high 275: 20TH C. SCULPTURE Four works of art by unknown artists: two of carved marble (each with base), one of carved wood, other wrought iron on wood base, 30 1/2" high. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. 276: WILLIAM WEEGEE (American, b. 1935) III of Song of Songs, 1969. Mixed media on paper (framed). Signed, titled, dated and numbered PP. Provenance: Private Collection, Morristown, NJ. 22 1/2" x 17 1/2" 277: IVAN CHERMAYEFF (American, b. 1932) Two works of art: Feathery Facts, 1994, collage, signed and dated. Bird of Paradise, 1994, collage, signed and dated. Provenance: Staempfli Gallery Inc., New York (labels on verso) 8" x 16" (sight)each. 278: CONTEMPORARY REALISTS Two works of art: Gregory Paquette (American, b. 1947) Chrysanthemum, 1992, charcoal and pencil on paper, signed and dated. Cyril David (American, b. 1920) Car In Snow, 1990, lithograph on paper, signed and numbered 20/35. Provenance: Staempfli Gallery Inc., New York (labels on verso). Largest: 21" x 13 3/3" (sight) 279: CONTEMPORARY PAINTINGS Six in the style of well known artists, includes reproduction of Jasper John's "Three Flags". One signed. Smallest: 23" x 30 1/2", largest: 60" x 95" 280: IMPRESSIONIST/MODERN PAINTINGS Five works of art, including: after Man Ray, after Matisse, after Clay and others. Smallest: 6 1/2" x 6 1/4" (sight), largest: 19" x 23 1/2" (sight) 281: ASSEMBLAGE AND CONSTRUCTION ART Eight works of art: five on canvas, one hanging wood construction triptych, one sculpture and one relief in cigar box. Smallest: 14 1/2" x 8 1/2", largest: 67" x 38" 282: RUDI STEINER (American, 20TH C.) Untitled, 1985, Watercolor, signed and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 14" x 18 1/2" (sight) 283: ABSTRACT AND SURREALIST PAINTINGS Ten works of art: six on board, three on canvas, one on paper. One signed "R. Greene 1957". Smallest: 9" x 7 1/2", largest: 48" x 32"

283A: WITHDRAWN 284: MONOCHROMATIC MINIMALIST ASSEMBLAGE ART Eleven works of art: eight on canvas, three on board. Largest: 20 1/2" x 27", smallest: 22" x 16 1/2" 285: OPTICAL ART Nine works of art: six on canvas and three on board. One signed "Pepin", one signed "Hangen", one signed "Hosou", one signed "Wallis", one signed "Amirkhosravi". Smallest: 24" x 36", largest: 60" x 46 1/2" 286: ABSTRACT WATERCOLORS Three works of art: Charles Niedringhaus, Untitled, 1942, watercolor on paper (framed), signed and dated. Untitled, watercolor and ink on paper, signed (illegibly) and inscribed. Untitled, casein and ink on paper, signed (illegibly) and inscribed. Provenance: Collection of Charles Niedringhaus, Pennsylvania. Largest: 22 1/8" x 19" (sheet) 287: ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONIST PAINTINGS Ten works of art: eight on canvas, two on board. One signed "Geiger", one signed "Espilarno", one signed "M. Underwood", two signed "Dipiero". Smallest: 7" x 14", largest: 31" x 37" 288: MODERN PAINTINGS Ten works of art: eight on canvas, two on board. Two signed "K.M. Meyers", one signed "Peter Deutsch", one signed "Lefkowitz", one signed "D. Warner", one signed "Gustin" and others with illegible signatures. Smallest: 22" x 27", largest: 29 1/2" x 35" 289: KIM MacCONNEL (American, b. 1946) Untitled. Mixed media on paper. Signed and inscribed. Provenance: Private Collection, Los Angeles. 11 1/2" x 17 1/2" 290: JOAN THORNE (American, b. 1943) Untitled, 1986. Monotype. Signed and dated. Provenance: James Graham & Sons Gallery, New York; Private Collection, New York. 29 3/4" x 39 1/4" 291: MARK MILLOFF (American, b. 1953) Three works of art: Fish, 1981. Acrylic on paper (framed). Face, 1982, Acrylic on paper (framed). Jazz Deer or Spotted Deer, 1981, Pastel on paper, Signed, dated and titled. Provenance: Holly Solomon Gallery, New York (label on verso), Private Collection, Los Angeles. Largest: 44" x 31" 292: RUTH COLLINGS PLEASONTON (American, 1896-1968) Untitled (New Hope, PA). Watercolor (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. 14 1/4" x 21" (sight) 293: ARTIST UNKNOWN (20th C.) Two works of art: Untitled, mixed media (framed). Untitled, mixed media (framed). Together with a framed lithograph in colors showing the General Electric insignia (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 9 3/4" x 19 3/4" (sight) each. 294: JAMES DWYER (American, b. 1954) Five works of art: Lollipop, 1970, acrylic on canvas (framed), signed, dated and titled. Black, Brown & Beige (Homage to Ellington), 1975, acrylic on canvas (framed), signed, dated and titled. Fugue, 1976, acrylic on canvas (framed), signed, dated and titled. Untitled, color pencil on paper (framed), signed. The Music of Silence, 1976, acrylic on canvas (framed), signed, dated and titled. Provenance: Estate of Carl M. Allen, Ohio. Largest: 48" x 72" 295: FLORENCE KNOLL / KNOLL Three-seat sofa re-upholstered in umber velvet on polished steel base. 31" x 90 1/2" x 27 1/2"


296: KNOLL Two maple sliding-door credenzas with grass-cloth panels and leather pulls. 28 1/2" x 72" x 18 3/4" and 28" x 48" x 19" 297: KNOLL / BURKE Set of four Knoll Pedestal Group chairs with yellow vinyl seat pads, and Burke dinette table with white laminate top. Knoll and Burke marks. 29" x 42" dia., chairs: 32" x 20" x 19" 298: KNOLL Two dressers and a single-drawer nightstand, two pieces with white laminate tops. Knoll labels. 36 3/4" x 36" x 20 1/2" 299: KNOLL Sofa upholstered in cream fabric on black metal base. 29 3/4" x 72 1/2" x 24" 300: EERO SAARINEN Elliptical dining table on pedestal base. 29" x 95" x 53" 301: KNOLL, ETC. Upholstered stool, side table with white enameled metal tulip base, chrome table with wood top. Chrome table: 23 1/4" x 42" x 27" 302: VICO MAGISTRETTI / KNOLL Set of six Handkerchief chairs. Embossed mark and paper label. 29" x 25" x 18"

313: STYLE OF HARRY BERTOIA Three welded and patinated steel sculptures, the largest enameled. Largest: 8 3/4" x 8" x 6" 314: STYLE OF HARRY BERTOIA Welded steel sculpture with pewter enameled surface. 8 1/2" x 8" x 4 1/2" 315: CURTIS JERE Metal wall-hanging sculpture, flock of birds, 1969. Signed C. Jere 69. 23" x 58" x 8" 316: DECORATIVE Mixed-media wall plaque with metal spikes. (Provenance: Estate of Jerry and Bobbi Raphael, Clifton, NJ.) Approx. 22" x 17" 317: MODERN Wire sculpture with cement base. 80" 318: FINN JUHL / FRANCE & DAVERKOSEN Teak coffee table with corseted stretchers. FD branded mark, with metal tag. 15" x 42 1/2" dia. 319: STYLE OF FINN JUHL Sofa with loose cushion, upholstered in original Jack Lenor Larson fabric. 30" x 78" x 28" 320: SWEDISH Two bentwood vanity mirrors on stand. Made in Sweden label. Mirror: 17 1/4" dia.

303: VICO MAGISTRETTI / KNOLL Set of six Handkerchief chairs. Embossed mark and paper label. 29" x 25" x 18" 321: TAGE POULSEN (Danish) Ceramic-top coffee table on oak base. Signed TP DK. 17 3/4" x 62" x 34 1/2" 304: EERO SAARINEN / KNOLL Pedestal Group dining table with white laminate top on enameled base. 28 3/4" x 54" dia. 305: EERO SAARINEN / KNOLL Three side tables on black pedestal bases, one with walnut top, two with grey marble. 20 1/2" x 20" dia. 306: EERO SAARINEN / KNOLL Three side tables on black pedestal bases with gray marble tops. 20 1/2" x 20" dia. 306A: WITHDRAWN 307: KNOLL, ETC Iron lounge chair with green vinyl cushions, bird's eye maple veneer coffee table and Knoll bentwood side chair. Coffee table: 15" x 51" x 25 1/2" 308: HARRY BERTOIA / KNOLL Pair of white wire Diamond Chairs. 30 1/2" x 33 1/2" x 27" 309: MODERN Pair of black metal wire chairs, one square and one diamond-shaped. Each approx. 30" x 33" x 30" 310: KNOLL Collection of ephemera from Knoll designer Charles Niedringhaus, including: nine single Knoll cufflinks, single Knoll pin, Harry Bertoia "Sonambient" LP along with letter from Bertoia, photos of Harry Bertoia, illustrated correspondence with Harry Bertoia, numerous promotional photographs, technical reports, newspaper clippings, correspondence regarding "The New Bauhaus," design exhibition brochures, brochures for School of Design in Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago and Mills College, two signed photographs by Nathan Lerner, and nine upholstery fabric remnants (two with pattern, seven neutral tone linens). 311: STYLE OF HARRY BERTOIA Three steel wire spring sculptures, two on slate stands. Largest: 18 1/2" x 5 1/2" 312: STYLE OF HARRY BERTOIA Two welded steel sculptures, one enameled in green. Largest: 6" x 9" 322: DANISH Teak extension dining table with two 19 3/4" leaves. Marked Made in Denmark. Table (closed): 28 3/4" x 49 1/2" 323: ARNE JACOBSEN / FRITZ HANSEN Set of seven Ant chairs with ebonized finish. Stamped FH. 30 1/4" x 17" x 20 1/2" 324: ARNE JACOBSEN / FRITZ HANSEN Set of six bentwood Ant chairs. Stamped FH Made in Denmark. 30" x 19" x 19" 325: ALVAR ALTO Set of four bentwood stacking stools. Marked Made in Sweden. 18" x 14 3/4" 326: ARNE JACOBSEN / FRITZ HANSEN Swan chair upholstered in royal blue fabric. 32" x 30" x 29" 327: JENS RISOM Walnut six-drawer desk. 28 1/2" x 62" x 28" 328: MODERN Pair of chairs in the style of Arne Jacobsen's Swan chair, upholstered in royal blue fabric. 30" x 29" x 29" 329: DANISH MODERN Two-piece open bookcase in teak, and occasional table in teak and oak. All marked. Bookcases (each, approx.): 30" x 35 1/2" x 10 1/2", table: 19 1/2" x 29 1/2" sq. 330: SCANDINAVIAN Teak side chair with black leather upholstery. 32" x 20 1/2" x 19" 331: SOTKA OY (Finland) Three stools with black vinyl cushions on polished steel bases. Each: 17" x 16" sq. 332: VATNE MOBLER (Norway) Falcon chair with glass-top side table on bentwood frame. Chair marked Vatne Mobler Made in Norway. Chair: 32 1/2" x 30 3/4" x 27", table: 18 1/4" x 35 3/4" dia.


333: MODERN Armchair and ottoman on wooden frames, upholstered in black leather. Chair: 39" x 29" x 24" 334: BRAMIN (Denmark) Pair of teak stools/side tables with reversible tops. Stamped mark. 16 1/2" x 17" 335: HANS WEGNER / WORTS MOBLER Teak buffet with two sliding doors concealing drawers and shelves. Branded Worts Mobler Denmark. 30" x 63" x 19 1/2" 336: DUX (Scandinavian) Lounge chair upholstered in black leather on teak base. Marked Dux. 26" x 32" x 31" 337: FINN JUHL / WILKHAHN Teak and oak side table. Wilkhahn metal tag. 17 1/2" x 26 1/2" 338: FRANK REENSKAUG Model 182 teak spindle-back rocker with webbed seat support. 34 3/4" x 26" x 31" 339: ARNE JACOBSEN Swan chair upholstered in black vinyl on steel base. 32" x 29" x 24" 340: STYLE OF HANS WEGNER Walnut folding lounge chair with woven seat and back. 29" x 23" x 30" 341: PAGHOLZ (Austrian) Pair of bentwood child's chairs with cut-out back. 28 1/2" x 13" x 13" 342: VERNER PANTON Two-tier Fun chandelier of shell discs suspended from metal frame. 20 x 11 1/2" 343: DANISH Pair of turned wooden table lamps with pleated raffia shades. Stamped Made in Denmark. Base: 15 1/2" x 3 3/4" 344: FOLK ART STYLE Tall ceramic candlestick stamped with designs in brown and blue glazes, along with metal lamp stamped with tulips. Candlestick: 17 1/2" x 5" 345: SUZANNE HARRIS (American, b. 1979) Untitled, 1975. Screenprint on paper. Signed and dated. Private Collection, Los Angeles. 30" x 22 1/2" 346: RONALD JONES (American, b. 1952) Two works of art: A Collapse Board, 1990, color woodcut on rice paper (framed). A Collapse Board, 1990, color woodcut on rice paper (framed). Provenance: Estate of Carl M. Allen, Ohio. Largest: 80" x 26" (sheet) 347: GEORGE BIDDLE (American, 1885-1973) Untitled, 1957. Mixed media on fabric (framed). Signed. Provenance: Estate of Carl M. Allen, Ohio. 12 1/2" x 12" (sheet) 348: BORIS LOVET-LORSKI (American, 1894-1973) Three works of art: Untitled, Acrylic on paper (framed), Signed. Untitled, Acrylic on paper (framed), Signed. Untitled, Acrylic on paper (framed), Signed. Exhibition: ACA Galleries, New York. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. Largest: 4 1/4" x 5" (sight) 349: EXHIBITION POSTERS Two: Claes Oldenburg (American, b. 1929) Stadtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, July 17 - August 31, 1975; Poster (framed). Ben Shahn (American, 1898-1969) New Jersey State Museum, December 1, 1973 - January 27, 1974; Poster (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. Largest: 32 3/4" x 23" (sight)

350: CIVIL RIGHTS PORTFOLIO For Our Rights. Portfolio with linoleum print by Katherine Porter, signed and numbered 70/250. With offset lithographs by Robert Broner, Rudy Burckhardt, Yvonne Jacquette, Carl Palazzolo, Katherine Porter, Susan Shatter, Andrew Tavarelli and Neil Welliver. Each signed and numbered and some titled and dated. Presented by the Maine Civil Liberties Union. Portfolio: 13 5/8" x 11" 351: CONTEMPORARY SERIGRAPHS Two: Sam Martin (American, 20th C.) Second To More. Serigraph (framed). Signed and numbered 200/300. Risaburo Kimura (Japanese, b. 1924) City 155, 1971. Seriagraph (framed). Signed, dated, titled and numbered 12/15. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. Largest: 30" x 22" (sheet) 352: PIERO DORAZIO (Italian, 1927-2005) Untitled, 1967. Lithograph in colors (framed). Signed, dated and numbered 13/75. Provenance: Makler Gallery, Philadelphia (label on verso), Private Collection, New Jersey. 25" x 19" (sight) 353: RICHARD CRAMER (American, b. 1932) Five works of art: Palisade: Collage #14, 1979, acrylic on paper (framed), signed, dated and titled. Palisade Drawing (Study for Collage #1), colored pencil on paper (framed), signed and titled. Palisade: Collage #15, 190, acrylic on paper (framed), signed, dated and titled. Provenance: Eric Makler Gallery, Philadelphia (label on verso). Palisade: Collage #16, 1980, acrylic on paper (framed), signed, titled and dated. Tampico IV, 1976, acrylic on paper triptych (framed together), signed, dated and titled. Provenance: Gloria Cortella Inc., New York (label on verso), J. Rosenthal Fine Arts, Ltd., Chicago (label on verso). Provenance: Estate of Carl M. Allen, Ohio. Largest: 28 1/2" x 41" (whole, irregular) 354: RICHARD CRAMER (American, b. 1932) Eight works of art: Mallard (Right Panel), 1978-1979, acrylic on canvas, signed, dated and titled. Mallard II, lithograph in colors, signed, titled and numbered AP2. Untitled, six lithographs in color (framed), each signed and numbered AP11, AP12, AP15, AP10 and AP11. Provenance: Estate of Carl M. Allen, Ohio. Largest: 42" x 38" 355: DAVID TRUE (American, b. 1942) Late, 1983. Etching in colors (framed). Signed, dated and numbered 6/25. Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 29 1/2" x 44" (sheet) 356: AFTER MARC CHAGALL (Russian/French, 1887-1985) Jerusalem's Future Happiness, Having Found Favour Before God. Offset lithograph (framed). Marked with title. Provenance: Estate of Carl M. Allen, Ohio. 12 1/4" x 10" (sight) 357: T.L. SOLIEN (American, b. 1949) Untitled, 1986. Mixed media on paper (framed). Signed, dated and numbered 10/29. Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 35" x 24" (sheet) 358: STEVEN JENNIS (American, b. 1945) Black House, 1981. Etching with hard coloring (framed). Signed, dated and numbered 7/60. Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 38 1/2" x 29 1/4" (sheet) 359: CATHERINE McCARTHY (American, b. 1955) The Return of Leaf and Flower, 1995. Etching with chine colle (framed). Signed and numbered 17/30. Provenance: David Beitzel Gallery, New York (label on verso); Private Collection, New York. 26" x 44" (sheet) 360: DENNIS KARDON (American, b. 1950) Death of Marat, 1981. Woodcut in colors (framed). Signed, dated and numbered 5/47. Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 23 3/4" x 23 3/4" (sheet) 361: PETER PAONE (American, b. 1936) Two works of art: each Untitled, ink on paper (framed), signed, 11" x 8 1/2" and 8 1/2" x 5 1/4"


362: BILL JENSEN (American, b. 1945) Sled, 1987-1989. Etching and aquatint on paper (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 19" x 15 1/2" (sheet) 363: PETER MAX (American, b. 1937) Donald Duck Suite. Serigraph (framed). Signed and numbered 160/500 with a certificate from Amx Art Ltd. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 32 1/2" x 29" (sight) 363A: PETER MAX (American, b. 1937) Witnessing Above, 1972. Serigraph in colors (framed). Signed and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, Missouri. 14 1/8" x 16 1/8" (sight) 364: AL CAPP (Alfred Gerald Caplin) (American, 1909-1979) Three works of art: Shmoos, 1975, silkscreen on linen mounted on paper, signed, dated and numbered 13/250. Meditation, 1975, silkscreen on linen mounted on paper, signed, dated and numbered 184/250. Natcherly, 1976, silkscreen on linen mounted on paper, signed, dated and numbered 225/250. Provenance: Staempfli Gallery Inc., New York. Largest: 36" x 24" 365: CONTEMPORARY ART Eighteen pieces from various artists and of various media (some framed). Some signed. Largest: 51" x 31". 365A: CONTEMPORARY ART Three works of art: Don Hazlitt (American, b. 1948) Half Moon, 1987, mixed media, signed, dated and titled. Don Hazlitt (American, b. 1948) 1912, 1984, mixed media, signed, dated and titled. John Bellany (Scottish, b. 1942) Untitled, ink on paper, signed and inscribed "For Abigail". Provenance: Private Collection, New York. Largest: 30" x 22 1/4". 366: BRAD DAVIS (American, b. 1942) Untitled (Dogs). Eight lithographs on paper. Private Collection, Los Angeles 367: GORDON HART (American, b. 1940) Two works of art: Silverprint/Yellow, silkscreen on paper, signed, dated, titled and numbered AP 5/8. Silverprint/Violet, silkscreen on paper, signed, dated, titled and numbered AP 4/5. Private Collection, Los Angeles. Largest: 38 1/4" x 25 3/4" (sheet) 368: M. GOLDFARB, "Frog Mandala," serigraph, 28" x 22", pencil signed, titled and numbered 89/100, framed. 369: JARED BARK (American, b. 1944) Three works of art: Untitled, 1981. Silkscreen in colors. Signed, dated and numbered (black) 17/20. Untitled, 1981; Silkscreen in colors;. Signed, dated and numbered (red) 17/20. Untitled, 1981. Silkscreen in colors. Signed, dated and numbered (brown) 34/30. Provenance: Private Collection, Los Angeles. 37" X 32" (each) 370: GEORGE WYBENGA (American, 20th C.) Five serigraphs in colors (each framed): Saruman, 1979, signed, dated, titled and numbered 12/18; Galadriel, signed, titled and numbered 11/25; Mithrandir, 1979, signed, dated, titled and numbered 10/25; Glamdring, signed, titled and numbered 11/35; Orthanc, signed, titled and numbered 19/30. Provenance: Private Collection, New York. Varying sight sizes, 30 1/4" x 24 1/4" (frame, each) 371: POP ART AND MODERN PAINTINGS Six works of art: one vinyl wall hanging, four paintings and one 1960s wood and cardboard eyeglass advertising screen. One signed illegibly. Smallest: 16" x 20", largest: 36" x 26" 372: SQUEEK CARNWATH (American, b. 1947) Untitled, 1999. Print (detail of materials) (framed). Signed, dated and numbered 15/30. Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 18" x 17" (sheet) 373: SIX WORKS OF ART Four signed oil paintings, including: Herman Hagg, 1907; Akira, 1970; E. Yonahana, 1970. Gage. Together with a contemporary Japanese block print and a Japanese six-panel folding screen, each panel 54" x 18" (poor condition).

374: MODERN MIXED MEDIA ART Five works of art, including: works on canvas, assemblage and wood construction. One signed "Mourfield Gaar", one signed "Roberta Lynn Arnold", one signed "Frank Hodgkinsin", one signed "Huguet", one signed "Schwartz". Smallest: 22" x 29", largest: 31" x 39" 375: MODERN PAINTINGS Nine works of art: five on canvas, five on board. One singed "Cori", one signed "Lee Quinn", one signed "Zimmerman", one signed "E. Rappaport". Smallest: 18" x 18", largest: 48" x 48" 376: ABSTRACT ART Ten works of art of various media, including: watercolor, ink, collage and others. One signed "Roger Ure". Smallest: 5" x 8", largest: 18" x 14" 378: WITHDRAWN 379: ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONIST PAINTINGS Two on canvas, two on board and remaining on paper. Three signed. Smallest: 26" x 25", largest: 48" x 78 1/2" 380: SIDNEY THOMAS GUBERMAN (American, b. 1936) Denworth Park VI, 1969. Acrylic on shaped canvas. Signed, dated and titled. Provenance: Henri Gallery, Washington, DC (label on verso). Benjamin P. Nicolette, Arlington, VA; Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, New York (label on verso). 35 7/8" x 36" (irregular). 381: GARDEN Pair of steel lounge chairs with perforated seats and gliding action. 32 1/2" x 29" x 24" 382: RICHARD SCHULTZ / KNOLL Square iron dining table with dark brown metal top. Knoll International label. 26" x 38" 383: SALTERINI Seven-piece patio set consisting of two lounge chairs with attached ottomans, two barrel chairs, one with pivoting shelf and three nesting tables. Lounge chair with ottoman: 37 1/2" x 30" x 50" 384: MODERN Wicker set with cushions upholstered in blue and white crane fabric, consisting of two lounge chairs, two ottomans and one occasional table, together with two chrome captains chairs with seats and backs in blue and white aquatic fabric. Wicker chairs: 26" x 36" x 37", chrome captains chairs: 32" x 20" x 16" 385: WOODARD Patio set including a dining table with hammered glass top and four armchairs, all stamped Woodard. Table: 29" x 47 1/2" dia. 386: WOODARD Patio set including a pair of chaise lounges, both stamped Woodard. 34" x 66" x 32 1/2" 387: WOODARD Patio set including a settee and two lounge chairs, all stamped Woodard. Settee: 32" x 55" x 28" 388: GARDEN Lead garden urn with two handles. 19" x 13" dia. 389: GARDEN CLOCHE Two in clear glass. Larger: 13" 390: GUSTAV STICKLEY Mahogany V-back armchair with tacked on Japan leather seat. Overcoated finish. Red decal. 36" x 26" x 21" 391: MAHOGANY TWO DOOR BOOKCASE With glass panes, adjustable shelves and caster feet ca. 1900. 58 1/2" x 13" x 46".


392: STICKLEY BROS.(Attr.) Tea table with overcoated finish. 29 1/2" x 40" dia. 393: GUSTAV STICKLEY Drop front desk fitted with cubbies and drawers, branded mark, together with arts & crafts footstool. Desk: 43 1/2" x 32" x 15 1/2" 394: ARTS & CRAFTS Hall chair with vertical spindles. 45" x 16 1/2" x 16" 395: COMPAC VANITY With single drawer and attached mirror and Cushman slatted clock together with a ladderback arm chair. Vanity: 67 1/2" x 34" x 18" 396: J.M. YOUNG & SONS Round lamp table together with Arts & Crafts footstool. Table: 31 1/2" x 28" dia. 397: ARTS & CRAFTS MAGAZINE STAND With tapering sides and slatted book racks. 40" x 17 1/2" x 15 1/2" 398: STICKLEY BROTHERS Daybed with leather cushions. Remains of paper label. 26" x 76 1/2" x 29" 398A: STICKLEY BROTHERS Daybed. 26" x 76 1/2" x 29" 399: ARTS & CRAFTS Grandfather clock with silver over brass engraved face, complete with weights, missing pendulum. 71 1/2" x 20 1/2" x 12 1/2" 400: TILE TOP TABLE The wrought-iron frame set with Wheatley tiles, the three central tiles with ships. Crack to one, not evenly set. 22" x 24" x 12" 401: ROOKWOOD Modeled / Carved Mat squat vessel by Cecil Duell with poppies on a brown ground, 1907. Flame mark/VII/957B/CAD. 4" x 9" dia. 402: ROOKWOOD Modeled Mat by Albert Pons with blue-green leaves on a streaked blue ground, 1907. Flame mark/126C/AP. 9 1/4" 403: ROOKWOOD Incised Mat tapered vase by Charles Todd with fruit and leaves, 1919. Flame mark/1655D/CST. 10" 404: ROOKWOOD Standard Glaze bulbous jug painted by Amelia Sprague with orange blossoms, 1891. Flame mark/669/W/artist's cipher. 6 1/2". 405: AMPHORA Two pieces: one twisted vase with leaves, the other with beaded designs (tight lines on foot). Both marked. 8 1/4" and 4 1/2" 406: AMPHORA Two handled vases painted with flowers. One marked. 3 1/2" and 6 3/4" 407: AMPHORA Two vases, one with jewels and leaves, the other with clusters of yellow flowers on a basket-weave ground. Some damage to leaves. Both marked. Taller: 13" 408: PIERREFONDS Tall and unusual vase with buttressed handles, covered in a fine chartreuse and blue crystalline glaze. Impressed mark. 15 3/4" x 8 1/4". 409: LAPIERRE Silver-covered porcelain vase with figure of a fairy amongst irises. Tight interior lines. 8 1/2" 410: MOORCROFT Pomegranate vase. Impressed marks and blue signature. 7 1/4"

411: MOORCROFT Three pieces with flowers on a pale green ground: two small bowls and a vase. Line to vase, touched-up chip to smaller dish. All marked. Vase: 5 1/4" 412: ROOKWOOD Two trivet tiles designed by William Hentschel with birds, one in blue-greens, the other in purples, 1913 and 1914. Both framed. Both marked. 5 3/4" sq. 413: GRUEBY Forty 2" tiles with ivory diamond design on a glossy black ground. Unmarked. 414: TECO Pitcher with whiplash handle covered in matte green glaze. 1/4" chip to rim. Stamped Teco 294. 9" x 5" 415: BROUWER Tall flame-painted vase. Some chips to rim, drilled hole on bottom. Etched flame. 10 1/2" x 4 1/2" 416: SATURDAY EVENING GIRLS Forty pieces: twenty nine saucers, two small bowls, three large cups, four small cups, and a teapot with lid, all in yellow with monogram. One cup cracked in half, chips to saucers, chip to spout of teapot, a few hairlines. All marked. 417: SATURDAY EVENING GIRLS Etc. Three tiles: one with fruiting branches in majolica glaze, one with maiden and daffodils, and a Saturday Evening Girls trivet with white flowers on a blue ground. Chip to floral tile, line to fruit tile. 6" sq. and 5 1/2" dia. 418: CHELSEA KERAMIC ART WORKS Four-sided vase carved with leaves and "ring handles". A few small nicks to edges. Impressed mark. 3 3/4" sq. 419: DEDHAM Salt shaker in the Rabbit pattern. Signed D.P. 3 1/2" x 2 1/4" 420: MARBLEHEAD / W J WALLEY Two pieces: a Marblehead 6" tile with blue floral design on an ivory ground, and a W. J. Walley ashtray. Tile marked. Ashtray: 2 1/2" x 7" 421: AVON Syrup pitcher carved by Rhead with stylized floral design. Includes weighted metal lid. Incised mark. 4 1/4" x 4 1/2" 422: OWENS Matt Utopian tall baluster vase painted by Tot Steele with chrysanthemums. 1" flat chip to foot, possibly in the making, 1/4" flake to rim. 18" x 7" 423: ROSEVILLE Three vases: one bulbous Earlam and two Carnelian: one yellow line I, one pink line II. One marked. Tallest: 6 1/4". 424: WELLER Etc. Two planters, one Weller with buttresses, one hanging bulbous basket, possibly by Roseville. Unmarked. Taller: 9 1/4" 425: WELLER Three pieces: two Woodcraft bud vases, and a blue Baldin vase. Glaze flake to rim, firing lines to Baldin. One marked. Tallest: 9 1/4" 426: WELLER Gray and Decorated cylindrical vase with banded cherry blossom decoration. Stamped WELLER. 9 1/2" x 4". 427: ROSEVILLE Brown Florentine jardiniere and pedestal set. Chips to jardiniere. Unmarked. 28 1/2" 428: ROSEVILLE Green Pine Cone rectangular planter. Impressed mark. 4" x 10 1/2".


429: ROSEVILLE Antique Matt Green massive jardiniere. Lines to base. Unmarked. 10 1/2" x 19". 430: ROSEVILLE Two Laurel vases in yellow and brown. 1/8" nick to base of yellow. 8 1/4" and 7 1/4" 431: ROSEVILLE Chloron four-handled jardiniere. Unmarked. 6 3/4" x 9" 432: ROSEVILLE Green Montacello two-handled vase. Unmarked. 6 1/2" x 7 1/4" 433: ROSEVILLE Brown Wisteria tapered two-handled vase. Foil label. 8 1/4" 434: WELLER Matte Green twisted vase. Unmarked. 5 1/4" 435: OHIO Two vases: One Peters & Reed or Weller with dripping blue, green, and brown glaze on a yellow ground, and one Owens painted with leaves. Owens marked/No. 217. 12" and 4 1/2" 436: WELLER Knifewood corseted vase with peacock amongst trees and flowers. 1" chip and nick to base, shows only slightly on side. Impressed WELLER. 9" x 4 1/2" 437: GRUEBY Low bowl covered in a frothy matte green glaze. 1" line from rim. Circular Pottery stamp. 1 3/4" x 8" dia. 438: WELLER Cameo pedestal. Unmarked. 16 1/2" 439: WELLER Jap Birdimal pedestal. Unmarked. 20 1/2" x 11 3/4" 439A: WELLER / COORS Six vases, two Weller including one green Cornis, three Coors, and Monmouth matte green urn. All marked. Tallest: 12 1/4" 440: FULPER Pair of tall twisted candlesticks covered in mirrored black glaze. Ink racetrack marks. Height: 11 1/4". 441: FULPER Two vases covered in Wistaria Matt glaze. Both marked. Taller: 12 1/4" 442: FULPER Faceted lamp base covered in a blue-green to yellow flambe glaze. Unmarked. 12 1/4"

449: ROYCROFT Hammered silver cuff bracelet with quatrefoil design. Stamped ROYCROFT with Orb & Cross mark. 2 1/4" 450: STERLING SILVER Scalloped bowl. Stamped STERLING BAN. 1 1/2" x 6 1/4" dia. 451: ROYCROFT Pair of hammered copper candlesticks. Orb & Cross marks. 8" each 452: ARTS & CRAFTS Hammered copper jardiniere. Unmarked. 8" x 10" dia. 453: ARTS & CRAFTS FIREPLACE Pair of heavy wrought iron andirons together with a hammered copper fireplace screen in wrought iron. Screen: 30" x 20 1/2" 454: FIREPLACE Brass fireplace fender together with a pair of Arts & Crafts style wrought iron andirons. Fender: 57" x 14" 455: HARRY DIXON Etc. Five hammered copper pieces including a footed bowl in the style of Roycroft, and one large flaring bowl by Harry Dixon, along with three Arts & Crafts printed or embroidered linens. Dixon: 12 1/2" dia. 456: ROYCROFT Two Hammered vases, along with eleven bound copies of Little Journeys, some hand illumined and artist signed. All marked. Taller vase: 8 1/4" 457: 19TH/20TH C. BRONZE Untitled. Bronze vessel. Signed "ALLIOTT". Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 9" high 458: LIGHTING American glass and bronze table lamp, the leaded geometric shade with floral border below a white ground. Unmarked. 23" x 16" 459: MORGAN COLT (Attr. New Hope, PA) Pair of iron wall sconces, electrified, complete with hand-painted pressed cardboard clip-on shades (not pictured). 15" x 7" 460: TIFFANY BRONZE Lamp base with petalled base and three armed shade support, stamped Tiffany Studios New York #445. Together with a desk clock marked Tiffany & Co. New York on dial. Late 19th/early 20th C. Base height: 11 3/8". 461: FRANKART Standing ashtray together with two similar lamps, each with art glass shades. Ashtray: 25"

443: FULPER Two vases in Famille Rose glaze. One marked (the other mark probably obscured by glaze). Taller: 6 3/4" 462: LIGHTING Leaded slag glass chandelier with poppies in polychrome. Unmarked. 11 1/2" x 21" 444: FULPER Three vases, two covered in Cat's Eye Flambe glaze. All marked, one RAFCO. Tallest: 7 3/4" 445: FULPER Six pieces: five low bowls in various glazes, and a lily padshaped flower frog. Marked. Largest: 10 1/2" dia. 446: FULPER Three vases, two in Moss to Rose Flambe glaze. All marked. Tallest: 8 1/2" 447: FULPER Four pieces: Chinese-form vase in Ivory-to-Blue Flambe glaze, chamberstick in brown, lidded vessel in blue, and a low bowl in green. All marked. Tallest: 7 1/2" 448: GUSTAV STICKLEY Hammered copper box. Stamped CRAFTSMAN WORKSHOPS GUSTAV STICKLEY mark. 4 3/4" x 7 1/2" x 5 1/2"


463: ARTS AND CRAFTS Brass patinated chandelier with panels of caramel slag glass. Includes ceiling cap. Unmarked. 15 1/2" x 20 1/2" not including chain. 464: COLONIAL LAMP AND FIXTURE WORKS Floriform lamp base fitted with a Quezal shade together with Colonial Mfg. Co. stamp box with floriform decoration backed by green slag glass. Glass lamp: 16" 465: WINDOWS Pair of framed glass windows with stained glass central medallion. Crack to one piece of glass. 23 1/2" x 18 1/2" each (including frame).

466: TWO LEADED SLAG GLASS PANELS Both in wooden frames. 30" x 28 3/4" 467: ARTS & CRAFTS / FOLK ART Three pieces: Arts & Crafts oak clock, and two carved wooden mirrors. Unmarked. Largest: 28 1/2" x 18" 468: ART NOUVEAU WALLPAPER BLOCK Marked NPCAA. 32 1/4" x 22" 469: ARTS & CRAFTS Three door bookcase of quartersawn oak with adjustable shelves. 54" x 61 1/2" x 11 1/2" 470: STICKLEY BROS. ARMCHAIR 471: L.& J.G. STICKLEY Postcard desk with single drawer and letter rack, Handcraft label. 35" x 34" x 20" 472: FALL FRONT BAR CABINET 56" x 18" x 7" 473: LIFETIME (Attr.) Wall-hanging coat rack with eight hooks and two chains. Unmarked. 26" x 22" 474: ARTS & CRAFTS Open bookcase with four shelves, paneled sides and tongue and groove back. 43" x 36" x 15" 475: ENGLISH ARTS & CRAFTS Umbrella stand with cut out sides. 28" x 20 1/2" x 10". 476: ARTS & CRAFTS FURNISHINGS Including a slatted wastebasket, umbrella stand with cutout slats and a footstool. Umbrella stand: 26 1/4" x 11 1/2" sq. 477: LIMBERT Book stand with caned sides. Refinished. Branded mark. 29 1/2" x 18" x 11" 478: ARTS & CRAFTS ROCKING CHAIRS The first with slatted back and arching crest rail, the other with upholstered back. Slatted back: 35" x 27" x 25" 479: WITHDRAWN 480: WITHDRAWN 481: BUFFALO POTTERY Two Deldare pieces: charger "Ye Lion Inn", and 6" jardiniere "Ye Village Street". Chip to foot's rim on charger. Charger: 12" dia. 482: BUFFALO POTTERY Fifteen pieces: five 6" plates "The Fallowfield Hunt", five 6" plates "At Ye Lion In" (chip to one), and five bowls "Ye Olden Days". All marked. Bowl: 6 1/4" dia. 483: BUFFALO POTTERY Twenty six Deldare pieces: thirteen cups and thirteen saucers, "Ye Olden Days." A few minor nicks to edges of saucers, hairline to two cups. All marked. Saucer: 6" dia. 484: BUFFALO POTTERY Fifteen plates: four 7" "Ye Village Street", and eleven 8" "Ye Town Crier". Two small nicks to rim overall. All marked. 485: BUFFALO POTTERY Four pieces: Deldare Ware "Heirlooms" tray, an Emerald bowl painted by A. Roth (cracks), a signed hardbound copy of "The Book of Buffalo Pottery" by Seymour and Violet Altman, and framed ephemera. Pottery marked. Tray: 10 1/4" x 13 1/2"

486: FULPER Etc. Ten pieces: Wardle pitcher and vase with waterscapes (glaze nick to rim of vase), Hampshire matte green vase (2" line), Fulper low bowl in Cucumber Crystalline glaze (spiderlines to bottom), Weller drapery jardiniere (3" line), and five miniatures by unknown maker in green glaze. Some marked. Tallest: 7 1/2" 487: FULPER Etc. Eight pieces: Frankoma jar (missing lid), Fulper vase, Chilean vase in ochre and pink flambe, Weller Orris bowl, and four others in assorted green glazes. Some marked. Tallest: 9 1/2" 488: FULPER Low bowl covered in a deep blue and green flambe glaze. Vertical ink stamp. 11" dia. 489: FULPER Large lobed bowl covered in Cat's Eye Flambe glaze. Line from rim. Ink racetrack mark. 15" dia. 490: FULPER CONSOLE SET Comprised of flaring bowl and pair of candlesticks all covered in turquoise crystalline glaze. Ink racetrack marks. Bowl: 3 1/2" x 16" 491: FULPER Faceted lamp base covered in Chinese Blue Crystalline glaze. Includes fittings. No visible mark. Pottery: 13 1/4" 492: FULPER Bulbous two-handled vase covered in turquoise and amber glaze. Paper label. 7 1/2" 493: FULPER / ROOKWOOD Etc. Four pieces: Van Briggle bulbous vase in turquoise glaze, Rookwood Production squat vessel, 1924 (firing line), Fulper bud vase, and Fulper bowl (nick to rim, deep crazing). All marked. Bud vase: 8 1/4" 494: COWAN / ROOKWOOD Two lamp bases covered in lustered glazes. Both marked. 495: AMERICAN ART POtTERY Including: Rookwood vase with purple glaze; Van Briggle vase; Roycrofters jug; Fulper vase with loop handle. Tallest: 5 1/4" 496: ROOKWOOD Etc. Seven vases, including one by Rookwood and Pisgah Forest. Tallest: 9" 497: ROOKWOOD Five Production pieces: pair of yellow floral candlesticks, tall blue vase, and two green bowls, one with leaf and berry design. All marked. Tallest: 11 1/4" 498: ROSEVILLE/ ROOKWOOD Etc. Four pieces: Rookwood Production 5 1/2" two-handled vase, Weller flaring planter, Roseville Apple Blossom planter, 329-10", Roseville Water Lily vase, 72-6". All marked. 499: ROSEVILLE Etc. Three pieces: Roseville green Clematis bowl, 6-10" (chip and nick to rim), Roseville green Peony planter, 661-3", and a Van Briggle turquoise vase. All marked. Van Briggle: 4 1/2" 500: ROSEVILLE Rozane footed planter painted with daffodil. Small chip and flakes to feet, faint spiderlines to bottom. Unmarked. 5" x 6 1/2" 501: ROSEVILLE Four vases: blue Bleeding Heart 968-8", Rozane Pattern, 7-9", and pair of green Bushberry cornucopias, 154-8". All marked. 502: ROSEVILLE Three-piece green Peony tea set with a brown Columbine vase, 12-4".


503: ROSEVILLE Etc. Five pieces: Roseville blue Clematis cookie jar, a Weller Marvo bowl in pale blue, Monmouth blue flaring vase, Peters & Reed bowl, and a Roseville green flaring bowl. Four marked. Cookie jar: 10 1/2" 504: WELLER / ROSEVILLE Twelve pieces including a Weller Etna bud vase, a jardiniere with roses signed by Frank Ferrell, six pieces of Weller Zona dinnerware, Pierre sugar bowl and creamer, and two Roseville Capri dishes. Some marked. Largest: 6" x 7" 505: WELLER Louwelsa jardiniere and pedestal set. Lines through base of jard. Marked. 29" 506: WELLER Six Woodrose pieces: three vases and three bowls. Chip to one bowl, line to another. Most marked. Tallest: 8 1/2" 507: WELLER Two brown-glazed pieces, most likely Weller Louwelsa or McCoy, including a bulbous jardiniere and ruffled rim, and an ovoid vase fitted as a lamp base, both painted with flowers. Unmarked. Jard: 8 1/2" 508: WELLER Massive Etna jardiniere decorated with pink flowers on tall leafy stems. Very rare in this size. Four chips to rim, faint spiderlines to body. Impressed mark. 13 1/4" x 15 1/4" 509: WELLER Etc. Two Weller floral vases, three by Coors, and one Monmouth. Tallest: 12 1/2" 510: WELLER / PETERS & REED Etc. Eight pieces: four Peters & Reed including three Moss Aztec; Weller Medallion planter, and Matt Green flaring bowl; two matt green pieces, one by Brush McCoy. Some marked. Tallest: 8 1/2". 511: WELLER Two Louwelsa pedestals and one jardiniere, all painted with flowers. Some cracks and chips overall. Taller ped: 19" 512: WELLER Three Woodrose wallpockets, 5 1/2", 6 1/2", and 10". All marked. 513: WELLER Five Woodrose planters. Nick to one. All marked. Tallest: 7 1/2" 514: VAN BRIGGLE Vase with poppies covered in Persian Rose glaze. Marked Van Briggle Colo Spgs. 3 3/4" 515: VAN BRIGGLE Three vases, two in turquoise, the tallest in brown embossed with leaves. All marked. Tallest: 8 1/2" 516: VAN BRIGGLE Bowl with flower frog and vase, all covered in turquoise glaze. All marked. Vase: 4 3/4". 517: VAN BRIGGLE / GRUEBY Etc. Six pieces: three Grueby/Pardee soap or cup holders, Van Briggle brown vase with leaves, a matt green mug with tree design, and a vase in the style of Grueby. Van Briggle: 7 1/2" 518: GOUDA Etc. Eight pieces: three painted pitchers (including one lidded Faience stein, and one by Gouda), one vase, and four dishes. Tallest: 8 1/4" 519: GEZA DE VEGH / LAMBERTON SCAMMELL Three ceramic pieces: tall white ovoid vase with sculptural relief portrait, black sculpture of kneeling figure and white chalice-shaped vase. All marked Lamberton Scammell, two marked Sculpted by Geza De Vegh. Largest: 11" x 7" x 5 3/4"

520: HAEGER Large spherical vase embossed with sea life under a textured grayish glaze. 521: ERIK GRONBORG Three figural earthenware chambersticks: one depicting Edie Sedgwick, another one Jim Morrison, and the last, Russel Means. (Provenance: Carl M. Allen.) Each stamped ERIK GRONBORG. Tallest: 7" 522: MORAVIAN Etc. Five art tiles by Moravian, Josiah Wedgwood, Longwy, and more. Four marked. Largest: 10" 523: NILOAK Three pieces: a bowl and two vases. Line to larger vase. All marked. Bowl: 3 1/2" x 10" dia. 524: ART POTTERY Nine pieces: Three U.S. Ceramic Tile Co. decorative plates, Trent home-painted tile, Mexican bird with enameled floral design, stoneware mixing bowl, an N. Glidden mug, a cabinet vase in speckled glaze, and a Clarice Cliff pitcher. 525: HAMPSHIRE Etc. Three pieces in matte green glaze: Hampshire bowl and vase, and a tall vase with reticulated leaf design. Two marked. Tallest: 11 1/2" 526: ZANESVILLE STONEWARE Three pieces covered in matte green glaze, including a pair of ovoid vases with flowers. Unmarked. Tallest: 8 1/2" 527: TIFFANY & CO. Lidded box with floriform and beaded decoration backed by green slag, cracks to glass on top. 2 1/2 x 6 1/2 x 4 1/4" 528: HEINTZ Sterling-on-Bronze bowl and two bud vases with silver leaf decoration. All marked. Vases: 4" 529: W. M. F. Jugendstil pewter and wood serving tray with pierced handles on ball feet. Hallmarks B, I/O, OX, WMF. 10 3/4" x 20" 530: JARVIE STYLE Two pairs of brass candlesticks. Unmarked. 14" and 11 1/2" 531: JARVIE STYLE Two pairs of brass candlesticks. Bent bobeche to one. Unmarked. 8" each 532: METALWARE Nine pieces: two candlesticks in the style of Jarvie, silver blotter corners, Heinrichs footed dish, dish marked Wendell August Forge, and a Porter Blanchard hammered pewter bowl. Some marked. Tallest: 9" 533: METAL WARE Eleven Arts & Crafts hammered copper or metal pieces: wall-hanging bud vase with glass insert, pair of twisted candlesticks on tripod feet, hanging leaf-shaped candle sconce, two pairs of bookends, chafing dish, a pen tray, and a candelabra with central floral motif. Unmarked. candelabra: 13" 534: METAL WARE Seven pieces including three pairs of candlesticks, two of which are in the style of Jarvie, and a lamp with pierced shade. Unmarked. Lamp: 16" 535: ARTS & CRAFTS METAL GROUP Including: Pairpont Mfg. Co. candlesticks; Bradley & Hubbard stamp box; letter holder and blotter; Benedict letter knife and stand. Candlesticks: 8 1/4" 536: COPPER FIREPLACE HOOD AND BACK Hammered copper hood and back with fleur de lis design and banded corners. 20th C. Hood: 27" x 22" x 42 1/2".


537: ARTS AND CRAFTS LIGHTING Table lamp with curved caramel slag glass panels. Unmarked. 21" x 16" 538: ART GLASS LAMP SHADE Parasol-shaped leaded art glass shade of green slag glass with blue glass jeweled accents. 16" dia. 539: SLAG GLASS LAMP SHADE With gilt white metal fittings. 9" x 18 1/4" dia. 540: ARTS AND CRAFTS TABLE LAMP Its white metal base and shade decorated with leaves and branches, backed with polychrome slag glass. 22" x 17" sq. 541: SLAG GLASS LAMP With white metal base and filigreed faceted shade, fitted with caramel slag glass panels. 24" x 17 1/2" 542: ART GLASS Bohemian style including a lamp with luster art shade and white metal base together with two Bohemian glass pieces. Lamp: 15 3/4" 543: ARTS & CRAFTS Lamp, its four-paneled shade with metal design laid over caramel slag glass. Break to wood on edge of shade. 20" 544: ARTS & CRAFTS Three assorted shades of slag glass, one chandelier and two sconces. Crack to largest, broken pane to medium. Unmarked. Largest: 11" x 20" 545: ARTWORK Four pencil and pastel drawings by Tonee Howeth. Largest: 14" x 17 1/2" 546: ARTWORK Pastel and watercolor by M.R.A. with flowers. One signed. Larger: 15 1/2" x 17 1/2" 547: ARTWORK Limited edition etching with yellow, black, and white geometric design. Matted and framed. Signed lower right, edition #36/200. 28" x 23" 548: ARTS & CRAFTS Interior and exterior gouache and pen illustration by unidentified artist Lambdin, with ode to "My Home" by Kenneth Graeme, on paper mounted on cardboard. In original Arts & Crafts frame. Some edge chips and short fold. Signed Lambdin. Image: 21" x 13" 549: R. GUY COWAN Pastel on paper of classical urn in polychrome on black ground. Matted and framed. Signed RGC. Sight: 13 1/2" x 10 1/2" 550: TIFFANY Favrile glass bowl and underplate, each marked LCT Favrile. Bowl: 2" x 4 3/4" 551: TIFFANY & CO. Etc. Four pieces: pair of flaring clear glass vases with ribbed detailing, etched Tiffany & Co.; together with pressed glass vase and an opalescent vase. Tallest: 10 3/4" 552: ART GLASS VASE In green opalescent glass with applied coiled snake, unmarked. 13 1/2" x 7" dia. 553: ART GLASS VASE In cobalt glass overlaid with silver olive branches, etched `AF'. 14 1/2" x 7" dia. 554: LOETZ Corseted vase of green glass with silver floral overlay. Small area of missing overlay near rim. Etched 666X 15. 8 1/4"

555: ART GLASS Two vases, one with trees, the other with purple flowers. Both signed Galle (we do not believe these to be authentic). 4 1/4" and 3" 556: STYLE OF GALLE Cabinet vase decorated with tall pine trees. Etched Galle (spurious?). 4 1/4" 557: LALIQUE Marguerites bowl in clear and frosted glass. A few minor scratches and small nicks. Engraved Lalique France with sticker. 13" dia. 558: LALIQUE Three figures: Hedgehog and two sparrows. All marked. Tallest: 3 3/4" 559: LALIQUE Two pieces in clear and frosted glass: bowl, "Pornic," and a bottle with floral stopper (base not Lalique). Bowl marked. Bottle: 5" 560: LALIQUE Two pieces: Floreal statuette on original black glass base, and a small panel with stylized fruit or foliate design. Both marked. 3 1/2" and 3 1/4" l. 561: LALIQUE Perfume bottle, "Fleur de Fleurs" for Nina Ricci, in original presentation box with numbered edition card. 6 1/2" x 5 1/2" 562: LALIQUE STYLE Three pieces: a bowl marked `Lalique', a rose colored figure and a French amethyst perfume atomizer with gilt decoration. Bowl: 4 1/4" x 10" dia. 563: LALIQUE / BACCARAT Twelve Lalique salad plates with leaf design, incised Lalique France. 7 3/4" dia. Together with two Baccarat plaques, one of a winged bull and the other of an Egyptian falcon, with chip on back corner. Both in original fitted boxes. 5 1/4" x 6 3/4". 564: PERFUME Seven perfume bottles or flasks, including two by Lalique. Some with silver overlay, some with silver mounts. Losses. 565: MIXED GLASS Including five perfume bottles, one marked LCT and one glass dresser jar together with two figural silver plated napkin rings and one box of Victorian jewelry. Tallest: 4 1/2" 566: BENJAMIN MOORE Glass vase from the Pala series in salmon and green, 1995. Signed and dated with copyright. 12 1/2" x 4 3/4" 567: CHARLES LOTTON Three art glass vases, 1973 and 1977. Signed. Largest: 6" x 4" 568: MULLER FRERES Mottled amber glass vase. Signed Muller Fres Luneville. 9" x 5 1/4" 569: EDVARD HALD / ORREFORS Graal glass vase with cobalt swirls. Etched mark. 10 1/2" h 570: LUNDBERG STUDIOS, ETC Lot of six assorted glass cabinet vases. Some marked. Heights: 2 1/4" to 3 1/4" 571: FRENCH GLASS & PORCELAIN Including two Lalique glasses with clear and frosted detail; Versailles porcelain coffee pitcher and five cups and saucers; porcelain tazza, possibly KPM. Teapot: 10 1/2" 572: MIXED GLASS Including two iridescent art glass shades, two Victorian glass vases and one blown glass candlestick. Tallest: 10" 573: CARNIVAL GLASS Four pieces including a jack in the pulpit vase, decanter and two vases. Tallest: 11 1/2"


574: MIXED LOT OF GLASS Including two Burmese vases, Avon pitcher and bowl and four others. Tallest: 5 1/4" 575: MIXED GLASS Including two liquor decanters, three pieces of milk glass and a pair of Bristol vases. Tallest: 12" 576: RUBY FLASH GLASS Five pieces including four decanters and an enameled vase. Tallest: 15" 577: CRANBERRY AND RUBY GLASS Sixteen pieces including six pieces of ruby flash and ten pieces of assorted cranberry and cranberry glass. 578: GLASSWARE AND MISCELLANEA Cut glass lidded powder jar; Waterford Times Square 2000 commemorative paperweight; two Roemer style goblets; white metal jewelry box; small white metal clock; three silver plated spoons; glass lampshade with furled edges; desk lamp with swivel arm and foliate decoration. Lamp: 23 1/4" high. 579: CRANBERRY GLASS Twelve pieces includes: four deep dishes with acid-etched vine and grape decoration; acid etched tazza with stemmed foot; two vases; one bottle with stopper; three goblets and one covered jar. Together with a brass letter holder. 20th C. Tallest: 9". 580: THARAUD / LIMOGES Parian busts of a young girl and a young boy in the neoclassical style, each marked C.Tharaud, Limoges France. Taller: 15 1/2" 581: ROYAL DOULTON Six figurines: Top of the Hill; two Paisley Shawls in different colors; Marie; Monica; Ms. Moffet. Tallest: 7 1/8" 582: CONTINENTAL CERAMIC Porcelain figure of an elephant, marked on the base with company monogram. 9 1/4" x 9 1/2" 583: CONTINENTAL CERAMIC FIGURES Of a military band and two officers, all marked on base. 9" tall. 584: EUROPEAN PORCELAIN Six pieces including: Crown Stafforsdshire figural group with birds and flowers; two bone china flowers and vases; Limoges porcelain egg; German porcelain bird; unmarked porcelain bird. Tallest: 5" 585: EUROPEAN PORCELAIN Seven pieces: two Danish figural groups of children, both marked; Capo di Monte group of a knife grinder; Goebel figurine of a girl; figures of children playing instruments; two others made in Japan. Tallest: 7" 586: ROYAL DOULTON Seven pieces: The Pearly Boy, four figures of dogs and two character mugs, one large, one small. Largest: 6 3/8" 587: LLADRO FIGURES Tall figure of a woman with sheep, young girl with a basket of fruit, goose and a woman with young child, indistinctly marked. Tallest: 12 1/4" 588: CERAMIC FIGURAL GROUPS Two pieces: the Three Graces together with a figure of David. 589: ASSORTED CHINA Eleven pieces: set of Copeland Spode boullion cups with saucers and a set of five Austrian transfer decoration demi-tasse cups with saucers. Largest: 7 1/4" dia. 590: ASSORTED CHINA Including: ten Copeland Spode dinner plates; four Czechoslovakian gold bordered service plates; eleven pieces of handpainted Nippon; four Royal Crown china plates. Largest: 9 1/2"

591: MIXED PORCELAIN AND GLASS LOT Includes: a shallow blue glass bowl with silver overlay border; Royal Doulton Briar Rose footed flo-blue punch bowl, marked on base; Wedgwood polychrome platter with hairline crack on rim to well; glass serving dish with sterling silver mounting with small chips to glass; Meissen porcelain reticulated bowl with cobalt blue and gilt decoration; round porcelain open work basket with handles and applied gilding. Wedgewood platter: 21" x 17". 592: ROYAL DOULTON FLAMBE Vase with landscape decoration having a church and sunflowers in the foreground, marked. Together with a Foo Dog figurine. Vase: 7" 593: ASSORTED CHINA Sixteen pieces: Sevres portrait plate; six Austrian beehive marked decorated plates; eight butterfly decorated English cups and saucers; hand-painted porcelain compote with butterflies and dragonflies. Compote: 6 1/2" 594: SERVICE PLATES Including twelve Rosenthal Ivory with blue and gold trimmed border together with a set of twelve Cauldon china luncheon service plates. Twenty-four pieces total. Largest: 11" dia. 595: CAULDON LIMITED SERVICE PLATES Set of eighteen with transfer floral central decoration and gold decorated border. 10 1/2" dia. 596: CASTLETON CHINA Approximately one hundred and twenty pieces in the `Woodmere' pattern, including ten piece place settings and a gravy boat. 597: PORCELAIN DESSERT SET Hand-painted with various fruit and gilt border on a pink ground, possibly Old Paris, comprising six plates and a footed dish. Plate: 8 3/4" dia. 598: ASSORTED CHINA Including: four pieces of Pickard gold decorated china; ten Royal Worcester salt & peppers; Limoges gold rimmed platter; set of ten gold decorated Limoges cups and saucers; eleven gold decorated Limoges cake plates. Largest: 11 1/2" 599: DRESDEN Sorbet set comprised of twelve goblets, each hand-painted with amorini, the goblets and eleven saucers each with gilded details on a lustered ground. Accompanied by original letter of purchase, dated 1953. All marked. Goblet: 3" x 3 1/4" 600: ENGLISH MAJOLICA JARDINIERE With tin glaze and applied flowers, ca. 1900. 10 3/4" 601: GERMAN MAJOLICA TILES Carved in low relief, the first with lute player, the second with maiden holding pitcher and goblet. Each framed. 15 3/4" x 9" 602: MINTON Pair of vertical tiles transfer-decorated and handpainted with pastoral scene. Both marked. 6" x 12" each 603: AMERICAN MAJOLICA Umbrella stand embossed with fisherman and maiden in boats. A few small nicks. Unmarked. 21" 604: SUNDERLAND LUSTER PITCHER With transfer decoration, dated 1840. Together with a Staffordshire blue and white pitcher, in poor condition. Sunderland: 8 1/2" x 7 1/4" 605: 19TH C. LANDSCAPE Untitled. Oil on board (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 11 1/2" x 16" 606: HEINZ SCHOLTZ (German, b. 1925) Untitled. Oil on board (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 8" x 16"


607: 20TH C. ART Two works of art: Rudolph Guzzardi (American, 19031962) Untitled, 1951, charcoal on paper (framed), signed and dated. Frank Weber (American, 20th C.) Untitled, oil on canvas (framed), signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 20" x 24" 608: CHARLES J. A. WILSON (American, 1880-1965) Untitled, 1928. Watercolor on paper laid on board. Signed and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 15" x 20" (sheet) 609: NAUTICAL WATERCOLORS Two works of art: Frederick James Aldridge (British, 1850-1933) Untitled, watercolor (framed), signed. John A. Cook (American, 1870-1936) Untitled, watercolor (framed), signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 11" x 7 5/8" (sheet) 610: 19TH/20TH C. PAINTING Untitled (Seascape With Sailboats). Oil on canvas mounted on board (framed). 13" x 22" (sight), 16" x 25 1/2" (frame) 611: 19TH/20TH C. AMERICAN Untitled (Seascape), oil on canvas (framed). Signed illegibly. 10" x 16" 612: 19TH C. ART Two pieces: Currier & Ives, Homeward Bound, 18" x 24 3/4" (sight); The Old Magic, oil on board (framed), signed "E Meger" and titled. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 9 3/4" x 6" 613: NAUTICAL ETCHINGS Two works of art: George Taylor Plowman (American, 1869-1932) Untitled, etching (framed), signed. Francis Seymour Haden (British, 1818-1910) Untitled, 1870, etching (framed), signed and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 9 1/4" x 11 1/4" (sight) 614: 19TH C. PRINTS Two hand-colored prints (each framed): William Henry Bartlett (British,1809-1854) The Descent into the Valley of Wyoming (Pennsylvania), engraved by G.K. Richardson. Thomas Creswick (British, 1811-1869) Wilkesbarre (Vale of Wyoming), engraved by J.T. Wilmore. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. 6" x 8" (sight) each 615: 20TH C. PRINTS Four works of art: Dick LaBonte (American, b. 1921) In Old Sea Girt, offset lithograph (framed), signed, titled and numbered 34/500. Patricia Palermino (20th C.) Winterbottom's Guest House, offset lithograph (framed), signed and numbered 850/1000. Andre Desjardins (Canadian, b. 1931) Untitled, two mixed media on paper (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 15 1/2" x 19 1/2" (sight) 616: EARLY 20TH C. AMERICAN Untitled (Man Fishing). Oil on canvas (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 20" x 26"

621: OIL PAINTINGS Six oil on canvas paintings by David Paul, Jennifer Shears, and Francois Fournier, etc. Largest: 20" x 16" 622: SYDNEY GARDINER (Early 20th C.) Untitled (Landscape), 1912. Oil on canvas (framed). Signed and dated. 14" x 17", 21 1/2" x 24 1/2" (frame) 623: FOUR ART WORKS (framed): Portrait of William Thackery, 19th C., pencil drawing, signed GBS; Contemporary portrait, charcoal, signed J. James, 1981; Classical figure, watercolor, signed David Payne, 1931; Renaissance figure, 20th C., etching, signed Le Fort. Largest: 13" x 8" 624: AMERICAN SCHOOL (Mid-20th Century) Two works of art: Untitled (woman with a Spaniel); Oil on Canvas (framed); Signed Macloud; 28" x 36"; Untitled (portrait); Oil on canvas (framed); Signed Schorbrunn; 30" x 25" 625: AFTER JOHAN HEINRICH VON DANNECKER Ariane a la Panthere, composite, 27" high. Together with reverse painting on glass. 626: RHODA SHERBELL (American, b. 1933) Portrait of Isaac Soyer, 1967. Bronze. Signed, dated, titled and inscribed. Provenance: Private Collection, Hoboken, NJ. 14" x 18 1/2" (with base) 627: CLASSICAL SCULPTURE Four works of art: three busts and one lion (after Bayre), two bronze, one plaster and one carved white stone. Shortest: 6", tallest: 10" 628: WESTERN SCULPTURE Three works of art: two bronzes ("The Sergeant" after Remmington, buffalo initialed "CMR"), one plastic. Tallest: 22", smallest: 4" 629: DECORATIVE SCULPTURE Four works of art: three in bronze, one clay. One signed illegibly. Tallest: 14 1/2", shortest: 9" 630: DECO SCULPTURES Three works of art: two in bronze, one in pot metal. All unsigned. Tallest: 15", shortest: 11" 631: BRONZE ATHLETES Two works of art: one signed with foundry mark and other unsigned. Tallest: 21", shorter: 11 1/2" 632: MODERN SCULPTURE Four works of art: one bronze, one carved stone, one painted plaster, one plastic. All unsigned. Tallest: 31", shortest: 16" 633: 20TH C. BRONZE Untitled. Bronze. Signed illegibly (possibly "Weiner"). 29" high.

617: FLO KEMP (American, 20th C.) Two color etchings: Lake Serene, signed, titled and numbered 3/100. Lake Solitude, signed, titled and numbered 15/50. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 22 1/4" x 29 1/4" 618: CHRISTOPHER P. FORREST (American, b. 1946) Wood Ducks. Offest lithograph in colors (framed). Signed, titled and inscribed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 17 1/2" x 13" (sight) 619: BESSIE PEASE GUTMANN Two prints, "Awakening," and "A Little Bit of Heaven." Both signed in print. Each overall 14 1/2" x 19" 620: 20TH C. PRINTS Two works of art: James T. Lang, Starry Night, etching and collograph in colors (framed), signed, titled and numbered 13/35. R. Ehrlich, Rittenhouse Sq. Street, screenprint in colors (framed), signed, titled and numbered 2/200. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 15 3/4" x 19 3/4" (sight)

634: GAETANO CECERE (American, 1894-1985) Untitled, 1944, terracotta (on wood base), signed and dated "CECERE / 1944". Provenance: Estate of the artist; Private Collection, Georgia. Together with an untitled stoneware sculpture, signed illegibly. Largest: 7 1/2" high 635: 20TH C. BRONZES Four works of art: NYC Marathon Plaque, 1914, bronze (mounted on wood). Neil Estern (American, b. 1926) Fiorello LaGuardia (National Sculpture Society Patron Gift 2007), bronze. Denver Rotary Clubs Artists of America 1985 bronze medallion. Medallic Art Co., Danbury, Conn. "Antarctic" medallion. Provenance: Private Collection, New York. Largest: 1 1/2" x 15 1/2" (whole) 636: CHINESE 20th C. WEDDING BED Carved figural panels throughout, canopy and post frame (complete knock-down unit), red lacquered finish. Approximately 80" x 78" x 42"


637: CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Six pieces: four snuff bottles, one is a twin bottle with underglaze blue decoration and tiger eye stoppers, together a pair of open salts or bird feeders, all fitted with silk boxes, 19th-20th c. Tallest: 2 3/4" 638: CHINESE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLES Comprising one flat oval painted with geese and ferns (signed), together with four others, 19th-20th c. Tallest: 3" 639: CHINESE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLES Five bottles including three with underglaze copper-red, two with underglaze blue, together with one wooden stand, 19th-20th c. Tallest: 3 1/2" 640: CHINESE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLES Six bottles: four underglaze blue, one underglaze blue and copper-red, and one Famille rose enamel, together with a wooden stand, 19th-20th c. Tallest: 3 1/2" 641: JAPANESE NETSUKE AND CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES Group lot including: fourteen ivory netsuke, some with stained detail; five snuff bottles in fitted box; one green hardstone snuff bottle; two resin foo dogs on wooden stands. Foo dogs: 5 1/2" 642: JAPANESE NETSUKE Carved ivory dancer with fan with stained and painted detail, signed on the base, plus inlaid gold tablet. 2" tall 643: ASIAN IVORY Eleven pieces: two carved ivory covered jars, archaicstyle decoration, both with wooden bases, together with a Japanese okimono, oval horn box with incised decoration and hinged lid, two marine ivory seal figures, and five resin pieces. Larger jar: 4 3/4" 644: CHINESE JADE Carved horse with a monkey on its back, on small wooden stand (chip to stand), 19th-20th c. 1 1/4" x 2" l. (without stand) 645: ASIAN ITEMS Ten pieces: four ivory netsuke, one resin statuette, a teapot with bamboo handle, a rose medallion teapot, one hardstone figure of Hotei, one hardstone fish and a Chinese porcelain figure of a fisherman. Tallest: 4 3/4" 646: CHINESE ROOT CARVINGS One group with a fisherman and monkeys, the other with a sage and a three legged toad. Taller: 15 1/2" 647: CHINESE ROOT FIGURE Bearded sage with inlaid eyes. Small losses. Height: 29". 648: CHINESE ROSE QUARTZ LAMP Carved with a woman and a phoenix on an openwork wooden base, ca. 1900. Height of quartz: 16" 649: CHINESE AND EUROPEAN IVORY China trade carved oval frame, together with Ferdinad Preiss-style bronze and ivory bust of a young woman. Frame: 5 3/4" 650: CHINA TRADE IVORY Model of a junk under glass dome, 19th c. 14" x 15" x 8" 651: CHINESE IVORY BUDDHA HEAD Mounted on a fitted and carved wooden base. 14 1/2" 652: IVORY Grouping of twelve pieces, including a netsuke, and seven animal figures. Largest: 3 3/4" 653: CHINESE PORCELAIN Square baluster vase, the four sides painted with figures and calligraphy, two foo dog-head ring handles, 19th c. Ground edges on rim. 14 3/4"

653A: CHINESE CERAMICS Two Chinese monochromes: a double gourd vase with mottled purple to blue glaze, and a plate with oxblood and green glaze, 19th century. 7 1/4" and 6 3/4" dia. 654: CHINESE PORCELAIN Three pieces, all with underglaze blue decoration, including a tea pot with cover, hexagonal vase with wooden stand, and a jar with incomplete decoration of children playing, 19th c., possibly earlier. Tallest: 13 1/4" 655: CHINESE PORCELAIN AND STONEWARE Three pieces: two underglaze blue decorated, a covered jar with foo dog head handles and medallions (repaired), and a small ovoid jar with phoenix medallions and dragon and bat, in a fitted silk box, together with a stoneware jar with stylized dragon, 19th c. Tallest: 8 3/4" 656: SATSUMA TEASET With dragon spout and finials, painted with religious figures, marked on base. 657: CHINESE PORCELAIN 19th/20th c. comprising two brush pots, underglaze blue decoration, 19th c., together with vase with children in relief, a pillow with figures of young children, and an oval plate with Buddhistic figures, 20th c. Tallest: 14 1/4" 658: SATSUMA Moriage vase with wisteria and iris and fishnet design, on dark green ground. Ground rim. Signed. 20 1/2" x 9 1/2" 659: LARGE CHINESE PLATE With bird and flower decoration together with a covered jar. Platter: 18" dia. 660: SATSUMA COVERED JAR With moriage decoration and lion handles and finial. 11 1/4" 661: CHINESE PORCELAIN Three vases, one with wooden stand, and a warming bowl with liner, all 20th C. Tallest: 15 1/2" 662: CHINESE PORCELAIN PLATE 18th/19th C., painted with famille rose enamels. 9" dia. 663: CHINESE PORCELAIN PARTIAL TEA SET Thirty-seven pieces with floral decoration including plates, cups and small cup stands. 664: CHINESE PORCELAIN A pair of vases painted with mirror image, signed on base and sides together with Rose Medallion style decorative vase. All 20th C. Tallest: 18 1/2" 665: CHINESE CERAMICS Eight bowls with underglaze blue decoration, 20th C. Largest: 6" dia. 666: ASIAN Etc. Twenty-four pieces: nine ceramic bird feeders (some damaged), two sake cups, covered box, small stoppered vase, one lady's embroidered slipper, Chinese cylindrical box, oval ink stick, pair of spectacles, and English Wooster cup and saucer with sterling silver fitted holder. Stoppered vase: 3 1/4" 667: JAPANESE PORCELAIN Oval plate with underglaze blue vase with flowers on a celadon ground. 15 1/4" dia. 668: JAPANESE VASES The pair with black glaze and oil spot decoration. Each 9 1/2" x 7 1/4 dia. 669: JAPANESE PORCELAIN Two Imari bowls, 20th C. Largest: 10"


670: JAPANESE PORCELAIN Seven Imari plates, 19th/20th C. Largest: 9" dia. 671: JAPANESE PORCELAIN Kutani tea set together with fourteen other Kutani pieces. 672: JAPANESE AND KOREAN CERAMICS Kutani horse with underglaze blue detail, Korean faceted vase, Japanese plate with green glaze and incised iris and a 20th C. bowl of abstract design. Korean vase: 10" 673: JAPANESE ITEMS Two pieces: porcelain box with underglaze blue prunes and cracked ice decoration, internally painted with vines and grasses, together with a carved ivory vase with Foo dog peonies. Meiji Period. 674: SHIGE YAMADA White porcelain figural cup, together with a glazed stoneware box with figural cover. Both signed. 3" and 8" h 675: JAPANESE BRONZE VASE With birds, flowers and chrysanthemum handles. 24" 676: JAPANESE BRONZE VASE With dragon in high relief and turtles on separate base. Signed. 26" tall. 677: TAHI BRONZE FIGURE Guardian with fierce expression brandishing a sword. 20 1/2" 678: SOUTHEAST ASIAN DECORATIVE ITEMS Bronze standing Buddha on wooden base, carved wood caryatid, carved wooden architectural fragment and two pieces of natural rock. Caryatid: 24 1/2" 679: INDIAN BRONZE Representing Shiva, mounted as a lamp. Height of bronze: 20 1/2" 680: JAPANESE BRONZE FIGURE Young boy in sitting position on wooden base, ca. 1900. Losses. Height of bronze: 5 1/2" 681: CHINESE BRONZE AND CLOISONNE Three items: enameled teapot with butterfly motif, miniature cloisonne ginger jar and a bronze mythical beast. Teapot: 13 1/2" 682: 20TH C. JAPANESE WOODBLOCK Epitaph, 1964; Woodblock print (framed); Signed illegibly, dated, titled and (possibly) numbered 25/50. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. 24 3/4" x 18 3/4" (sight) 683: WALL-HANGINGS Four wall-hangings: Chinese scroll, butterfly batik on fabric, handmade printed paper scroll and wallhanging with ceramic African masks and beads suspended from twine. 72" x 28 3/4", 24" x 30", 108" x 23" and 39" x 36" 684: CHINESE EMBROIDERED CLOUD COLLAR Mounted on a square silk background together with a Southeast Asian scroll painting with Buddhistic imagery. Larger: 50 1/2" x 19" 685: AIKO MIYAWAKI (Japanese, b. 1929) Utsurohi, 1986. Three silkscreens on Arches with original portfolio. Each signed and numbered EA of en edition of 20 and 6 artist's proofs. Printer: Clear Graphic. Publisher: Gallery Ueda, Tokyo. Provenance: Staempfli Gallery Inc., New York (label included). 18" x 23 1/2" (sheet) each. 686: EROTIC JAPANESE PAINTING Gouache of a couple disrobing. Signed lower left with script and seal. Framed: 41 3/4" x 13 1/4".

687: TWO CHINESE PAINTINGS On paper with silk border, stamped Made in China and with company trademark on back. Overall size: 17 1/2" x 20" 688: SOUTHEAST ASIAN TEXTILES Eight pieces including a papier mache ceremonial crown and various vestments. 689: CHINESE STONEWARE ROOF ORNAMENT A warrior sitting on a foo dog mounted on a metal stand. 13" x 17" 690: CHINESE STONEWARE ROOF ORNAMENT A warrior sitting on a foo dog mounted on a plexiglass stand. 20 1/2" x 23". 691: CHINESE PORCELAIN Figural group of a warrior on horseback in underglaze blue and copper red, marked on the base. 26" x 23 1/2" 692: ASIAN Papier mache and paper dragon held aloft by poles facing a flaming pearl with two wooden tablets with calligraphy in a fitted display case. Together with remounted scroll with cranes and lotus. 13 3/4" x 15 3/4" x 12" 693: ASIAN ITEMS Six pieces: Chinese enamel box with boys in high relief; two cinnabar vases; Japanese teapot with horses; bronze water dropper; carved wooden box with lotus design. Tallest: 9" 694: ASIAN ITEMS Eight pieces: Korean fish water dropper; Japanese bronze collapsible brazier; Banko vase and Daruma figure; ceramic figure of a sage; painted alabaster figure with a man and a bird, poss. Indian; two Thai bronze scale weights in the form of ducks. 695: COLLECTION OF ASIAN TEAPOTS Six pieces: Yixing ribbed melon teapot; two Banko style teapots; red stoneware teapot; two Bizen style teapots. Tallest: 4 1/4" 696: ASIAN DECORATIVE ITEMS Includes: Chinese porcelain bowl, ivory tusk with fitted stand, two Japanese lacquer masks and a bronze fragment in the shape of a vase with bird decoration on marble base. Bowl: 8" x 14 3/4" dia. 697: Including a Japanese vase, brass cigarette box, decorative boxes and an Art Nouveau vase. Tallest: 9 1/2" 697A: COLLECTION OF PORCELAIN AND GLASS Nine pieces including Austrian ceramic brown glazed covered jar, glass apple paperweight and various other items. Tallest: 8 1/2" 698: ASIAN AND RUSSIAN Group lot including: Russian nesting boxes impressed with views of Moscow; cloisonne vase; enamelware box; two saki cups; two Asian carved wood stands; wooden cigarette holder; horn cup; Eastern European traditional doll. Exterior box: 3" x 7 1/4" sq. 699: JAPANESE LACQUER AND PORCELAIN Two ceremonial stands with landscape design, one with damaged stand; four lacquer plates with tassel design in fitted box; and a porcelain tea set made by Yamaka China, Japan. 20th C. Stands: 8 1/8" x 10 3/4 dia. 700: COLLECTION OF ASIAN ITEMS Includes: an unusual Bizen style pot; Indonesian lacquer box with fitted interior; 20th C. Japanese lacquer plate in original box; carved stone ax head; brass yatate with brush; carved wooden figures, four mounted on a board; bronze fish with wooden base and turquoise necklace with wooden toggle. Height of pot: 8 1/4". 701: ASIAN Two Imari bowls, cloisonne charger, soapstone carving and Colombian artifact in the shape of a head. Charger: 12"


702: ASSORTED ASIAN LOT Bronze Buddha with inlaid turquoise beads; pair of roof tile fragments, purportedly from the Beijing palace, four fans, wooden traveling shrine and two artists' paint brushes, one signed. 703: JAPANESE CLOISONNE Seven pieces including a Totai vase on porcelain with dragon decoration, signed; one with tea goldstone decoration; one with iris decoration and four others. Tallest: 4 3/4" 704: NATIVE AMERICAN / SANTA CLARA Two squat vessels, one by Manuel Reyes, the other with geometric design by Clare Suezo (Santa Clara). Both marked. 5 1/4" and 4" 705: SOUTHWEST COILED BASKET With geometric design, probably of willow and devil's claw. 10" dia. 706: INUIT FIGURE Together with other ethnographic items including Indonesian wood carvings, a Pre-Columbian style figure and a pair of decorative mixed metal sculptures. Inuit figure: 6" 707: THREE PRE-COLUMBIAN STYLE VESSELS Two jars and one bowl. Bowl: 7 1/2" dia. 708: SOUTH AMERICAN PAINTED MASKS Carved wood masks for the tourist trade of a deer, cheetah and two bulls. Largest: 11" x 10 1/2" x 10 1/2" 709: SOUTH AMERICAN STIRRUPS Ten pieces, some decorated in low relief, some incised. Largest: 5" x 11 1/2" 710: RAJASTAN Two-door wooden chest with carved polychromed and mirrored front. 55 1/2" x 56 3/4" x 19 711: RETABLOS Three retablos of religions figures on tin or wood, one accompanied by ornate wooden frame. Largest: 14" x 10". 712: NIGERIAN BRONZE HEAD Ife style head of a woman. Height: 11 1/2" 713: TRIBAL ART Two carved wood African figures together with four Pacific Island daggers. 20thC. Largest: 29". 714: SIX CARVED WOODEN AFRICAN MASKS Large mask flanked by two animal figures and stylized central crest; two Ivory Coast masks with stylized facial features and hair and hooks for hanging; mask from Zaire with stylized decoration and wire for hanging; large stylized mask with horns and snake decoration and a long narrow stylized mask signed Kandu. 715: CARVED AFRICAN SCULPTURE Woman kneeling. 12 1/2" 716: AFRICAN ARTIFACTS Iron lion bell fashioned as four shells on leather strap together with a gourd necklace with applied beads, two metal ID card cases, bone and wood necklace and small gourd bottle. 717: AFRICAN ARTIFACTS Seven items: four masks; gourd bottle with applied shells having a horn neck and spout; carved primitive wooden figure; fly whisk with wooden handle. Mask: 20" 718: AFRICAN TOURIST FIGURES Including one with woven body and wooden head and two carved wood. Tallest: 33 1/2"

719: EGYPTIAN ARTIFACTS Carved stone fragment of a male head fitted on a wooden stand, a bronze seated figure of Sekhmet and a bronze mirror, together with two other ethnographic stone carvings of unknown origin. Largest: 8" 720: DECORATIVE CARVINGS Including a Black Forest style carved bear, wallhanging with cranes in a pond and a highly decorated South American gourd box. Bear: 12" 721: EMLEN McCONNELL (American, 1872-) Study for The Blacksmith, ca. 1920. Charcoal on paper (framed). Exhibited: Howard Pyle, A Teacher: The Formal Years 1894-1905, Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, May 30 - September 1, 1980 (label on verso). Provenance: Sanski Art Center, New Jersey (label on verso). Private Collection, New Jersey. 12 3/4" x 10" (sight) 722: NORMAN ROCKWELL (American, 1894-1978) Mysterious Malady, 1956. Lithograph in colors (framed). Numbered 825/2800 (by the publisher). Publisher: Brown and Bigelow, 1991. Printed: Broughton Printing. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 22" x 15 3/4" (sight) 723: ILLUSTRATION ART Five works of art, including pieces by Ed Payne, Albert Blashfield, Monte, and others. All framed. 724: HENRY MARTIN GASSER (American, 1909-1981) Sleeping Soldier, ca. 1945. Watercolor on paper (framed). Signed. Exhibition: "Henry Gasser: Beyond City Limits," The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio, September 14 - October 19, 2003 (label on verso); Provenance: Private Collection, Hoboken, NJ. 4 5/8" x 6 7/8" (sight) 725: VLADIMIR KADULIN (20th Century) Untitled (Naval Battle). Oil on canvas (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 24" x 30" 726: NAUTICAL PAINTINGS Four works of art: three on canvas, one on paper. One signed "D.J. Peters", one initialed "FK", one with "Behnke" on verso. Smallest: 11 1/2" x 15 1/2", largest: 19 1/2" x 13 1/2" 727: JAMES EDWARD ALLEN (American, 1894-1964) Untitled. Etching (framed). Signed and inscribed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 9 3/4" x 13 3/4" (image) 728: JAMES BRADE SWORD (American, 1839-1915) Untitled, watercolor on paper. Signed. 13 7/8" x 20" 729: WILDLIFE ART Framed print of a falcon atop a post. Illegible signature lower right, numbered 294/1500. Image: 16" x 20 1/2" 730: NELL DANELY BROOKER MAYHEW (American, 1876-1940) Apple Blossom Time, New England. Hand-colored etching (framed). Signed and titled. Provenance: Private Collection, Florida. 12" x 18 1/2" (sight) 731: RICHARD HAAS (American, b. 1936) The Ansonia. Etching (framed). Signed, titled and numbered A/P. Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 31 3/4" x 25 1/2" (sight) 732: J.F. BANCROFT (American, 20th C.) Untitled. Etching (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. 8 1/2" x 6 3/4". 733: T. FRANTISEK SIMON Color wood engraving with fishing scene. Signed lower right. Matted and framed. Image: 11 3/4" x 14" 734: HELEN HYDE Woodblock print, "New Brooms". In arts and crafts frame. Signed lower left.


735: EDWARD McKNIGHT KAUFFER (American, 1891-1954) The Greatest Show on Earth, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey. Lithograph in colors (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 27" x 40" (sight) 736: 1931 EDISON MAZDA LAMPS CALANDER With Maxfield Parish "The Waterfall" chromolithograph. 19 1/4" x 8 1/2" 737: ARTS & CRAFTS Three pieces: framed pyrographic panel featuring woman in a bonnet, watercolor of an Arts & Crafts mountainous landscape, and a Brandywine School illustration with women picking fruit. Largest including frame: 15" x 12 1/2" 738: 20TH C. WOODBLOCKS Two prints: Winchelsea (Sussex), color woodblock, signed illegibly, chop mark, 8" x 16"; Untitled (Samuri), color woodblock, signed chop mark, 16" x 10". 739: PRANG CHROMOLITHOGRAPH With a western subject, with gesso decorations in a period oak frame. 26 1/2" x 31 1/2" 740: LITHOGRAPHS Collection of lithographs depicting various scenes, including `The Village Blacksmith', `Sir Walter Scott's Monument' and others. All in distressed and rolled condition. 741: THOMAS LANDSEER (British, 1795-1880) after EDWIN LANDSEER (British, 1802-1873) Two engravings (framed): Favorite Pony and Spaniels, 1841, signed by both in the plate. 23" x 27 1/2" (plate). Favorites, c. 1841, signed by both in the plate, 23" x 27 1/2" (plate) 742: EDGARD MAXENCE (French, 1871-1954) Untitled. Hand-colored print (framed). Signed in plate. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 9 1/4" x 7 1/2" (sight) 743: AFTER ALBRECHT DURER (German, 1471-1528) Two prints after etchings (framed): Knight, Death and Devil. St. Jerome in His Study. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 9 3/4" x 7 1/2" (sheet) 744: ARTHUR I. SCHWIEDER (American, 1884-1965) Untitled (October 23, 1929), ink and pencil on paper (framed), signed, dated and inscribed. Together with an oil on canvas (framed) still life, 19th-20th C., signed illegibly. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 23 1/2" x 20 1/4" (sight) 745: 20TH C. ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS Two drawings of ink on paper (framed separately), unsigned. Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 13" x 17" (sight) each 746: 19TH C. PRINTS AND DRAWINGS Eleven works of art: six unsigned landscape sketches, watercolor sketch signed B.J. Koekkuest, block print, primitive, engraving and other unsigned print 747: FRENCH ILLUSTRATION Henri Dauvin la Belle Reclame Parisienne, ca. 1900, pen and ink on paper (framed), illegibly signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 8 1/2" x 12 1/2" (sight) 748: VALENTINO BORRELLI (American, 1914-1985) Lavallette Landscape, ca. 1948, oil on canvasboard (framed), 20" x 16". Provenance: Wife of the artist, Pedersen Gallery, Lambertville, NJ (label on verso), Private Collection, Pennsylvania 749: WITHDRAWN

750: 20TH C. PRINTS Two works of art: Carlos Merida (Guatemalan/Mexican, 1891-1984) Huicholes (Estado de Nayarit), screenprint in colors (framed). Tadashi Nakayama (Japanese, b. 1927) Girl with Flower, 1956, woodcut in colors (framed), signed and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. Largest: 13 3/4" x 10 3/4" (sight) 751: ARTIST'S EASELS Two walnut floor easels together with four maple tabletop easels. Floor easel (fully extended) 71" tall. 752: ARTIST'S FLAT FILES With recessed base and ten drawers. 41" x 54" x 41" 753: WHITE MARBLE PEDESTAL Of columnar form with acanthus leaf decoration. 42" x 11 1/2" sq. 754: ART, ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN BOOKS Seventy-three reference books, catalogues and brochures, including: "Art and Life in New Guinea" by Raymond Firth (1936) and various books featuring Picasso, Dali, Van Gogh, Monet and others. Provenance: Collection of Charles Niedringhaus, Pennsylvania 755: ART AND ANTIQUES BOOKS Box lot of fifty books, including: the series "Cyclopedia of Painters and Paintings" (1885) and various other books about fine art and antiques. 756: ART BOOKS Box lot of fifty-one books, including surveys on various art periods, museum collections and critical analysis. 757: ART BOOK Box lot of forty-eight books, including books on: Picasso, Rodin, O'Keefe, Bosch, Dali and numerous others. 758: ART BOOKS Box lot of forty-seven books, including: the series "Dictionnaire Des Peintres Sculpteurs Dessinateurs Et Graveurs" and various books on artists. 759: AUCTION CATALOGUES Box lot of approximately 100 auction catalogues, magazines and price guides; including catalogues from Sotheby's, Christie's, Swann's, Wright and back issues of Art & Auction Magazine. 760: MILITARY HISTORY BOOKS Seventeen volumes: Recollections and Private Memoirs of Washington by George Washington Parke Custis, New York, 1860; The Volunteer Soldier of America by John A. Logan; History of the Ninety-seventh Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry by Isaiah Price, Phila., 1875; The History of the Forty-eighth Regiment New York State Volunteers by Abraham J. Palmer, Brooklyn, 1885; History of the United States Navy by C.J. Peterson, Phila., 1857; Illustrated Catalogue of Arms and Military Goods of the Army, Navy, Marine and Reserve Corps. of the United States, 1961; New Jersey's Ninth Regiment 1861-1905, 1905; 50th Annual Encampment of the Department of Pennsylvania Grand Army of the Republic, Harrisburg, 1916; Journal of the Fifty-third National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic, 1919; Proceedings of Encampment, Mass., 1912; Young People's History of Kentucky by Ed Porter Thompson, 1897; Merchant Marine Officer's Handbook by Edward A. Turpin, New York, 1945; The Otley, Ringgold and Davidson Virginia Artillery, 1st ed. by Michael Cavanaugh, 1993; Airwar by Edward Jablonski, New York, 1971; World War II Combat Squadrons of the United States Air Force, Maurer Maurer ed., 1992; The Outlaw Gunner by Harry M. Walsh, 1995; Historic Days: Cumberland County, New Jersey 1855-1865 by Isaac T. Nichols, 1907. Together with A History of Walden, Vermont, 1986; Poems, Original and Selected by Mrs. Bennison, Boston, 1847; The Beacon Third Reader by James H. Fassett, Boston, 1931; Dere Mable: Love Letters of a Rookie by E. Streeter, New York, 1918.


761: MILITARY EPHEMERA Four bound ledgers containing newspaper clippings from the Civil War, together with ephemera relating to the Second World War and a George Washington inaugural axe of unknown date. 762: LOT OF CIVIL WAR BOOKS Thirteen volumes: Who was Who in the Union by Stewart Sifakis, New York, 1988; The Celebrated Case of Fitz John Porter by Otto Eisenschiml, 1st ed., Indianapolis, 1950; Cumberland County and South Jersey during the Civil War by Isaac T. Nichols, reprinted from 1908 original; Revised Regulations of the Army of the United States, 1861, Phila., 1861; The Petersburg Campaign, 2nd ed., by Michael Cavanaugh, 1989; Andersonville, a Story of Rebel prisons by John McElroy, Washington D.C., 19th C.; History of the 19th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1865, 1906; History of the 104th Pennsylvania Regiment by W.W.H. Davis, Phila., 1866; 2nd Virginia Infantry by H.E. Howard, 1984; The Civil War Diary and Letters of John Bacon of Shiloh by Ron E. Davis, 1979; Philadelphia in the Civil War by Frank H. Taylor, Phila., 1913; The Campaigns of the One hundred and fourth Regiment Pennsylvania Regiment by W.W.H Davis, 1866 (incorrect cover); History of the Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865 by Samuel P. Bates, Vols. 1,2 & 4, Harrisburg, 1869. 763: CIVIL WAR EPHEMERA Includes re-enactors Northern cap, Civil War trading cards, photographs, prints and newspaper clippings. 764: CIVIL WAR RESEARCH Approximately twenty binders of gathered research by an historian and collector. Information includes regimental rosters and histories, flags, biographies and troop movements, all primarily of the Union. 765: NEW JERSEY CIVIL WAR EPHEMERA Including muster rolls, newspaper clippings and various certificates. 766: NEW JERSEY EPHEMERA Collection of 19th C. documents from the Collings family of Princeton, New Jersey. 767: WWII EPHEMERA Including ten scrapbooks of political cartoons primarily depicting FDR, Hitler, Mussolini and Stalin and six binders of FDR photos. Together with a Bob Davidoff portrait of the Kennedy family, number 101/1000. 768: WW2 EPHEMERA Including photographs, postcards, maps, newspaper clippings and books. 769: MILITARY REGALIA Including buttons, medals, ribbons, epaulets, badges, bullets, shells, pins and a West Point cadet hat. 770: UNITED STATES NAVAL SWORD With sharkskin grip and engraved blade. Covering on scabbard with damage. Length: 36" 771: NEW JERSEY SHORE NOSTALGIA Items relating to the New Jersey shore over the last one hundred years, including photographs, postcards, blueprints, signs, metal and wooden stamps and maps. 772: VINTAGE PUBLICATIONS Including newspaper clippings of important events, Time magazines and various advertising ephemera, all from the mid 19th C. onwards. 773: FEODOR ROJANKOVSKY Portfolio of eight prints from Mother Goose, printed by Simon & Schuster, 1945. 774: 19th & 20th C. ADVERTISEMENTS Varied collection of newspaper and magazine advertisements from the late 19th and 20th C.

775: RAILROAD MEMORABILIA From the 19th and 20th c., including keys, passes, pins, photographs and maps. 776: RAILROAD MEMORABILIA Including wooden whistles, magazines, photographs, payroll stubs, booklets, checks and other related ephemera. 777: BONDS AND CERTIFICATES Group of 19th and 20th c. bonds including stock bonds, railroad bonds and trust company bonds. Primarily from New Jersey companies. 778: NAPOLEON'S HISTORICAL MISCELLANIES VOLS. 1-3 Memoirs of the History of France during the Reign of Napoleon dictated by the Emperor at St. Helena, 1823. Each 8 3/4" 779: NAPOLEONIC MINIATURES Two miniatures, possibly of Napoleon and Josephine, signed Lagarda in damaged gilt metal frames together with a Wedgwood Jasperware covered box and three fans. 780: PORTRAIT MINIATURES Framed in ivory depicting French and German royalty and courtiers together with a framed portrait of Napoleon. Largest: 5 1/2" x 4 3/4" 781: 18th C. BOOKS Twenty-five volumes: The Poetical Works of Coleridge, Shelley and Keats, Philadelphia, 1852; The Annunciation by Eugene F. Williamson, Pittsburgh, 1879; The Happy Home or the story of Annie Lyon, Boston; The Roadmaster's Assistant by William S. Huntington, New York, 1872; Middlemarch by George Eliot, Chicago, 1884; A Key to Writing German, London, 1859; Sisters of Charity, Catholic and Protestant, and the Communion of Labor by Mrs. Jameson, Boston, 1857; Milton's Poetical Works, New York, 1832; Latin Hymns with English Notes by F.A. March, New York, 1875; The Universe No Desert, The Earth No Monopoly, Boston, 1855; Essays on Philosophical Writers and Other Men of Letters Vols 1 & 2 by Thomas de Quincey, Boston, 1854; The Vicar of Wakefield by Oliver Goldsmith, New York; How Lisa Loved the King by George Eliot, Boston, 1869; History Primers Vol.1 - Old Greek Life by J.R. Green, New York, 1876; Gareth and Lynette by Alfred Lord Tennyson, Boston, 1872; The Resurrection of the Dead by Calvin Kingsley, New York, 1847; Letter of Junius, Boston, 1829; Silvia's Jubilee by E.F. Williamson, 1870; Alice Field, The Work of a Young Life, Boston, 1832; Robert's Book of Order by Maj. Henry M. Robert, Chicago, 1876; The Reader's Handbook by E. Cobham Brewer, Phila., 1880; Methode Berlitz fur den Unterricht in den neuren sprachen by M.D. Berlitz, New York, 1889; The Lady of the Lake by Sir Walter Scott, New York, 1852; Memoirs of Barry Lyndon by W.M. Thackeray, London, 1869. 782: 18th-19th C. BOOKS Twenty-six volumes: The Shadow of the Czar by John R. Carling, Boston, 1902; McTeague by Frank Norris, New York, 1899; Heine's Book of Songs trans. by Charles Leland, Phila., 1864; Authorised Guide to the Tower of London by W.J. Loftie, London, 1888; Confessions of an Opium Eater by De Quincey, ca. 1822; Course of Time by Robert Pollok, Boston, 1860; A Century of Charades by William Bellamy, New York, 1894; a Second Century of Charades by William Bellamy, New York, 1896; Guide to Netley Abbey by John Adams; Ultima Thule by Henry Wordsworth Longfellow, Boston, 1880; Varieties in English Life by Pisistratus Caxton vol. 2 by Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton, Phila., 1873; The Poems of Adelaide Proctor, Boston, 1865; The Poetical Works of Rogers, Campbell, J. Montgomery, Lamb and Kirke White, Phila., 1834; The Holy War Made by King Shaddai Upon Diabolus by John Bunyan, Hartford, 1848; Elements of English Grammar by Samuel S. Greene, Phila., 1857; Little Golden Hair by E.F. Williamson, 1879; Miriam by E.F. Williamson, 1879; Ballads: Scottish & English, Edinburgh; The Sisters of Alhama by E.F. Williamson, 1880; The Crown of Wild Olive and the Ethics of the Dust by John Ruskin, London, 1909; The Annunciation by E.F. Williamson, 1878; The Psalms of David in Metre, Phila., 1849; Panorama of the Rhine; The Nativity be E.F. Williamson, 1879; Famous Women: Maria Edgeworth by Helen Zimmern, Boston, 1891; The Lady of the Lake by Sir Walter Scott, Edinburgh.


783: TIFFANY & CO Men's billfold together with a group of books: Flowers of Loveliness: Twelve Groups of Female Figures, Emblematic of Flowers, 1837; Poet's Gallery: A series of Portrait Illustrations of British Poets, 1867; Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, 1851; World Famous Paintings, Rockwell Kent ed., 1939; Masterpieces of Painting from the National Gallery of Art Huntington Cairn, ed., 1944; National Gallery of Art Smithsonian Institution 2nd ed., 1942; American Furniture of the Queen Anne and Victorian Periods by Joseph Downs, 1953. Together with Old Glass Paperweights by Evangeline H. Bergstrom, 1948. 784: 19th & 20th C. CHILDREN'S AND NOVELTY BOOKS Nine volumes: The Child's Palette: A Painting Book, ca. 1900; The Innocent Voyage by Richard Hughes, 1944; Balieff's `Chauve-Souris' theater booklet; A Pocket Classical Dictionary by Frederick Ireland, 1879; Pronouncing Handbook of Words often Mispronounced by Richard Soule and Loomis Campbell, 1873; Treasury of Table Talk, Anonymous; Coffee and Repartee by John Kendrick Bangs, New York, 1899; Funk & Wagnall's Concise Standard Dictionary, 1919; Handbook of Mythology by S.A. Edwards, Phila., 1883. 785: 19th & 20th C. BOOKS Set of fifty-one books in fair to poor condition in the subjects of religion, literature, reference, England and foreign language. 786: BOOK BOX LOT Approximately seventy-five leather bound books from the 19th and 20th centuries. 787: MIXED LOT Panama-Pacific Exposition woven silk in shadow box frame dated 1915, together with a book "Studors Birds of North America". Frame: 17 1/2" x 21 1/2" 788: BOOK BOX LOT Including issues of `The Keeper's Log' magazine from the 1990's; `Coins of the World'; `Iron City' etc. 789: BOOK BOX LOT 790: VICTORIAN PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS Eight assorted albums containing Victorian photos. 791: PHOTOGRAPHY Twenty-three pieces including half-plate ambrotype, and assorted union cases. Largest: 5" x 6" 792: PHOTOGRAPHY LOT Including an early camera, two boxes of glass slides and various photographs ca. 1900. 793: VINTAGE SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS Brass microscope and surveying tool in brass and iron, early 20th C. 794: VINTAGE SCIENTIFIC EQUIPMENT Including a Jarcho Pressometer in original wood and cardboard cases; copper test tube holder by Eimer & Amend; test tube holder by Beatson Clark; Steindorff microscope. Microscope: 14 1/2" tall. 795: VINTAGE MEDICAL EQUIPMENT Sanborn Co. Viso Cardiette model no. 51 in oak case, made for Seymour Schoenholz, MD. 11 1/2" x 15" x 8 1/2" 795A: SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS Grouping of items, including laboratory scale and brass microscope. Scale: 13 1/2" x 16 1/2" 796: ROCKING HORSE With carved wood body attached to turned and shaped base. 32" x 56" x 12 1/2" 797: MECHANICAL BANK With the words `Always did did'spise a mule'. Inoperable. Late 19th/early 20th C. 10" x 6".

798: ABERCROMBIE AND FITCH Croquet set: 4 maple mallets with brass bands, 6 wrought iron wickets, 4 turned balls, etc. Contained in original green enamel box, stenciled, "Made in England for Abercrombie & Fitch Co. New York." 10 3/4" x 43 1/2" x 10" 799: GERMAN TABLE CROQUET SET Eight wooden mallets and balls, and ten metal hoops. Mallets: 11 1/4". 800: STEIFF TEDDY BEAR With moveable arms, legs and head, original pin in ear and glass eyes, together with one other teddy bear having moveable arms, legs and head and glass eyes. Tallest: 13" 801: STEIFF DONKEY With mottled fur, glass eyes and bound leather feet. Original pin with yellow label in left ear. 15" tall. 802: STEIFF MONKEY With blue and black glass eyes with original pin and yellow label on left ear and name tag reading Mungo around the neck. 803: THREE STEIFF ANIMALS Camel, zebra and a llama, all three with original pins, yellow labels and name tags. Tallest: 11" 804: STEIFF RACCOON With glass eyes and original name tag Cosy Raccy. Missing pin on ear. Together with a penguin with moveable head, unmarked, possibly Steiff and a monkey by The World of Fantasy, Japan. Tallest: 13" 805: STEIFF HAND PUPPETS Two with Steiff labels. 806: STUFFED TIGER, POSSIBLY STEIFF Seated on hind legs with glass eyes and wooden teeth. 16" tall. 806A: STEIFF KANGAROO Carrying its young in its pouch, with glass eyes original pin in left ear. Together with a smaller kangaroo, with glass eyes, possibly Steiff. Tallest: 17 1/2" 807: TRADITIONAL TOYS Collection of toys including small metal soldiers and accessories, fire trucks, jack-in-the-box and an animated elephant with a drum set. Tallest: 11 1/2" 808: GERMAN BISQUE HEAD DOLL Impressed mark A B 1362 on back of head. Together with a bag of doll's clothing. 32" tall 809: BISQUE HEAD DOLL Simon Halbig German bisque head doll with child's chair. 26" with chair 810: LIONEL LOCOMOTIVE Together with two coal cars. 811: LIONEL TRAIN CARS Nine cars including a Vista Dome President Harrison, Santa Fe engine and various others. 812: LIONEL TRAIN CARS Including an automatic refrigerated milk car, Santa Fe engine, Texas Special engine and a Track Maintenance car. 813: LIONEL TRAIN CARS & ACCESSORIES A State of Maine car and various others together with one stop signal. 814: LIONEL TRAIN ACCESSORIES Including: a Multi Control Train Master Transformer, various tin structures and track segments.


815: WITHDRAWN 816: RENAISSANCE REVIVAL JEWELRY Brooch and earrings, early 20th C, in gilt silver with opals and seed pearls. 817: ART DECO Diamond quatrafoil ring in 14k wg; seven MC diamonds approx. 1 ct. TW. 818: CONTEMPORARY SAPPHIRE RING in 14k wg with diamonds. 819: ART DECO JEWELRY Art Deco diamond bar pin in platinum with two Art Deco platinum ring mounts, a palladium ring mount and a gold stick pin mount. Diamonds: .50 ct. TW; pt.: 15.2 gs.; 22 gs. GW. 820: STYLE OF VIVIANNA TORUN / GEORG JENSEN Modern handcrafted sterling silver ring. Unidentified maker's stamp. Stamped 925 S. Overall: 1 1/4" x 1 1/2" x 1 1/4", approx. US ring size 8. 821: DAVID YURMAN Classic collar with double sterling cable with 14k yg stations. 822: THREE GEMSTONE RINGS In yg. 823: GOLD JEWELRY In 14k and 18k yg includes: a hinged bangle; two chains and a bracelet (broken). 70.4 gs. GW. 824: 20th C. GOLD OR GOLD FILLED JEWELRY Three pieces: coral and diamond ring, ornate pierced and chased foliate mount in 18k yg, Italy; late Art Deco 14k yg ring with large faceted amethyst; and a gold filled watch chain, ca. 1900, worn as a short necklace with two acorn shaped fobs. 32.1 gs. GW weighable gold. 825: TWO HINGED BANGLE BRACELETS In 14k yg, 34.2 gs. GW. 826: GOLD JEWELRY Two pieces: ruffled ribbon brooch in 14k yg and a link bracelet in 18k yg. 15.5 gs. TW. 827: 19th & 20th C. RINGS Nine rings, most in gold though some may be GF. 828: MID 20th C. JEWELRY Two pieces in 14k yg: a diamond and blue stone ring and a hardstone brooch. 20.8 gs. TW.

834: WEIGHTED SILVER CANDLESTICKS Set of twelve together with a pair wheel-cut hurricane shades and twelve pairs of silver salt & pepper shakers. 835: STERLING LOT In weighted silver. Set of ten pieces includes: four compotes, two candy dishes, silver vase, cut glass vase with silver base, large thimble and a white metal statue of a lady inscribed at the base `Bataille de Fleurs'. Statue: 15 1/2". 836: COVINGTON STERLING SILVER Tea set with footed pot, sugar and creamer, all marked Covington Pot: 7 1/2" 837: COLLECTION OF STERLING ITEMS Twenty-five pieces including: a repousse and chased sugar bowl by Jenkins & Jenkins Inc., Baltimore; pair of candlesticks; jugs; serving spoon; nut dishes; large bowl; salt & pepper. Bowl: 10" dia. 838: GORHAM PARTIAL SERVICE In the `King George' pattern. Includes: hollow handled knives; Sheibler sterling Art Nouveau gravy ladle; Whiting ruffled edge beaded compote (missing liner); Whiting reed bowl with ruffled edge and cut floral decorations in center; hollow handled cake slice and grape scissors; sterling tongs; sterling pickle fork, etc. 839: CHRISTOFLE TEA KETTLE Silver plated with matching stand, both chased with floral scrolls and the kettle with a wooden handle. Original burner has been replaced. 12 1/2" to finial. 840: COLLECTION OF SILVER PLATE Forty-three pieces including holloware, salvers, nut dishes, a bain-marie, a silent butler, boxes and casseroles. 841: WEIGHTED SILVER Together with twelve Cross demi-tasse frames, seven with Royal Worcester liners. Twenty-four pieces includes: cigarette urns, vases, compotes, compote/candlestands, candlestands and coasters. 842: SILVER HOLLOWARE Twenty-one pieces includes bowls, nut dishes, and a bread tray. Largest: 12" x 7"; 56 OT TW. 843: SILVER HOLLOWARE Five pieces includes: covered butter dish, salver, two trays and a bowl. Largest: 13 1/2" dia. 44 OT TW. 844: SILVER SALVERS & BOWLS Eight pieces. Largest: 12" dia. 68 OT TW. 845: AMERICAN SILVERPLATE Pair of double servers and two footed Well & Tree servers. Includes Gorham. Largest: 20" x 14 1/4"

829: MID 20th C. JEWELRY Nine pieces including Bakelite and Thermoplastic. 830: ASSORTED STERLING Including: a match safe by David A. Bowls, late 20th C.; Tiffany snuff bottle; Tiffany pill box; Peretti for Tiffany buckle, 1978. 831: ENAMELED SILVER Four items for a lady: three compacts and a comb. Comb: 4 1/2" 832: ENGLISH SILVER JUDAICA Seven English silver kiddush cups, London and Birmingham makers, ca. 1926-1928. Six uninscribed. Tallest: 5". 16 ozs. troy. 833: CROWN PRINCESS PATTERN By Fine Arts Sterling. Five piece service for eight with double teaspoons. Weighable silver (48): 46 ozs. 846: AMERICAN SILVERPLATE Two covered vegetable bowls, roast tray, gravy boat, gravy bowl, bain-marie (missing stopper) and a chromed dinner bell. 847: TEA WARE Silver plated water pitcher on stand marked Simpson Hall Miller & Co. Quadruple plate together with a silver plated tea kettle on stand with original burner by Wilcox Silver Plate Co. Water pitcher: 17 3/4" 848: SILVERPLATE/PEWTER GROUP Including: water pitcher with Greek key and hammered details; two wine coasters with wooden bottoms; two brass silver washed shoe buckles; folding trivet; tray. Together with a Paul Revere pewter bowl, Nekras pewter dish and Steed pewter ashtray. 849: VICTORIAN PICKLE CASTOR In silver plate with enameled cranberry glass jar. 11"


850: SILVER Coffee service. Four pieces half reeded in the Adams style, coffee pot and tea pot with ebony finials and handles, cream pitcher and open sugar bowl. Sheffield marks 1901. 46 OT. Teapot: 7 3/4" x 11 1/4" x 5 1/4" 851: DERBY QUADRUPLEPLATE COFFEE SERVICE ca. 1890 in the Aesthetic taste on a later silverplated tray by International. Five piece set includes hot water urn with burner, 14". 852: FLEURY DE SARREGUEMINES Transferware gravy boat with cover together with a silverplated chafing dish with shell motif decoration. Gravy boat: 6" 853: SILVER PLATE TEA SERVICE Together with a pair of porcelain candlesticks in the style of Meissen. Candlesticks: 14". 854: DURALITE GOLD FLATWARE Partial service for ten including: dinner, salad and seafood forks; soup and table spoons; knives; assorted serving pieces, all monogrammed `F'. Together with two brass candleholders and brass salt and pepper shakers. 855: COLLECTION OF SILVER AND SILVER PLATE CA. 1880 - 1960. Thirtyfive pieces includes brushes, mirror, seals, serving spoons, tongs and barware. 856: SILVER AND SILVEPLATE Seventy-five pieces of assorted flatware including serving pieces, olive forks, souvenir teaspoons, Mexican silver together with eleven pieces of plated holloware. 857: STERLING SILVER Group lot including a footed bowl together with a Mexican sugar jar, sugar bowl and shell shaped nut dish. Footed bowl: 4" x 8" dia. 858: SILVER AND SILVERPLATED FLATWARE Sixty-five articles includes: scissors; curling iron; darning egg; ice tea spoons; baby cup, tongs. etc. 859: SILVER Etc. Silver, silver-plated and other metal items including a center bowl, covered dish, tray, pitcher, and pair of figural candlesticks with glass prisms. 860: E. HOWARD, BOSTON Pocketwatch, ca. 1910. Open faced, 17 jewels, gold filled case by Crescent. #994037, 47mm.

867: GOLD, SILVER & IVORY JEWELRY Collection includes: 14k yg and Baroque pearl ring; 14k yg band dated 1909; three carved ivory bangles, earrings and two brooches. 868: 19th & EARLY 20th C. PINS Seventeen pieces includes linear brooches and bar pins, some in gold. 869: 19th & EARLY 20th C. JEWELRY Eleven pieces including chains and necklaces, some of which may be gold. 870: 19th & EARLY 20th C. JEWELRY Fifteen pieces including GF watch fobs, some of which may be gold. 871: 19th & EARLY 20th C. JEWELRY Twenty-two pieces included GF brooches, pins and lockets. Some may be gold. 872: 19th & EARLY 20th C. LOCKETS Fifteen pieces in GF and gold. 873: LOT OF COSTUME JEWELRY Includes: Mazer, Bakelite, Leslie Block etc. 874: LOT OF COSTUME JEWELRY Recent costume jewelry includes numerous pairs of earrings by Dior, Mazer, Trifari, Hobe etc. 875: LOT OF COSTUME JEWELRY Recent costume jewelry includes: Kenneth J. Lane, Givenchy and Trifari; in beads; jade, silver etc. 876: LOT OF COSTUME JEWELRY Includes: Trifari, Ciner, Kenneth J. Lane etc. 877: 20th C. JEWELRY Includes: red Bakelite bead necklace and matching earrings with 14k yg findings; 14k yg pendant with diamonds and gemstones and an Art Deco silver and marcasite ring on gold shank. 878: JEWELRY COLLECTION Spanning sixty years including silver by Godspeed, Taxco; coral; jade; Victorian gold-filled pins; pearls; cloisonne. 879: 19th & EARLY 20th C. PINS Thirty pieces includes bar pins and stick pins in GF, gold or silver. 880: COLLECTION OF RINGS Spanning the late 19th C. to the mid 20th C. in GF, gold and silver.

861: MEMENTO MORI Hairwork watch chain with gold filigree terminals and black enamel inlay, tortoiseshell figa fob. 15" 881: 19th & 20th C. BROOCHES Eight pieces, most GF. 862: MEN'S JEWELRY Including wristwatches, pocketwatch, cufflinks, shirt studs and a 14k yg ring. Together with a small collection of coins: two silver dollars, a fifty-cent piece and assorted foreign currencies. 863: WATCHES Seven antique pocket or lapel watches in GF, gold or silver. 864: ASSORTED WATCHES & JEWELRY Includes pieces by Waltham; pieces with cultured pearls, sterling silver etc. 865: OLD JEWELRY FINDINGS From the estate of an antique dealer, including chains, stick pins, Hop-Along Cassidy watch, pocketwatches, etc. Pieces in gold, silver, GF, tortoise shell etc. 866: ANTIQUE JEWELRY Collection includes: three shell cameos; reverse painted silver brooch; 14k yg ring with emeralds; yg and garnet bracelet ca. 1920. 36 gs GW. 882: 19th & 20th C. GOLD JEWELRY Together with a silver and amethyst druze pendant. Gold: 58 gs. GW. 883: 19th & 20th C. JEWELRY Collection includes slides and pairs of earrings in GF or gold. 884: 19th C. FOBS Twenty pieces includes GF fobs and pins. Some may be gold. 885: MID 19th TO EARLY 20th C. PINS Sixteen circular pins, some with diamonds and gemstones, some GF or gold. 886: 19th & EARLY 20th C. PINS Thirty pieces includes small pins and brooches in GF, gold and silver.


887: 19th & 20th C. JEWELRY Jewelry box with all contents, with gold, silver and costume jewelry. Pieces include: 36" tortoiseshell bead necklace, coral pendant with pearls in 10k yg, gilt brass and enamel necklace, ca. 1900 and a malachite and silver bead necklace ca. 1920. 888: RECENT STYLISH COSTUME JEWELRY Collection includes some silver and possibly some gold. 889: WITHDRAWN 890: BELTS Large lot of assorted women's belts. 891: PARTNER'S CAMPAIGN DESK In solid mahogany, the top fitted with three drawers to each side, the pedestals each with three drawers in the front and one side door. 31" x 48" x 35". 892: CHIPPENDALE STYLE Armchair with shell motif, elaborately carved and pierced backsplash and carved knees together with an ebonized Eastlake style easel with gilt details and a piano easel. Chair: 42 1/2" x 22 1/2" x 22" 893: SHERATON STYLE Wash stand with single drawer, mahogany armchair with carved backsplat, shell details and ball and claw feet and a similar butler's tray table with copper tray. Chair: 40" x 31" x 24" 894: SHERATON STYLE Mahogany drum table with paw feet together with a Victorian mahogany balloon back chair. Table: 27 1/2" x 26" dia. 895: CHIPPENDALE STYLE DINING CHAIRS Set of six mahogany chairs with carved backsplats and drop-in needlepoint seats. Armchair: 42" x 24 1/2" x 24'. 896: PERIOD FURNITURE Including a Renaissance Revival single drawer stand, paneled corner chair, pedestal table and a painted telephone stand. Chair: 31" x 27" x 21" 897: RENAISSANCE REVIVAL Oak drop leaf table, wing chair with velvet upholstery and ball and claw feet and a butlers tray table. Table closed: 30" x 50" x 13" 898: HERIZ Carpet in shades of crimson and blue. 266" x 164" 899: AUBUSSON STYLE Wool carpet in shades of cream and gray. 148" x 120" 900: PERSIAN STYLE Wool carpet in tones of cream and rose. 240" x 143" 901: AUBUSSON STYLE Wool carpet in rose, slate and cream. 142" x 103" 902: PERSIAN Carpet, center with repeating medallions and multiple outer borders. 10 1/4" x 7'10" 903: THREE CARPETS Machine made carpet 12' x 8'3" together with a small Sarouk 7'4" x 4'3" and another smaller rug 2'7" x 1'11". 20th C. 904: TWO CARPETS In the Savonnerie style, the first with a center field having four large floral medallions on a rose ground, 13'3" x 11'8", together with an open rose field with flowers, a butterfly and a beetle on the border. 20th C. 9'4" x 6'1".

905: TURKISH CARPET In purple, rose and red, with central medallion. 19th C. 75" x 50". 906: FOUR AREA RUGS Of varying sizes. 907: PERSIAN SHIRAZ Area rug with saffron geometric medallions on a deep red field. 4'10" x 6'9" 908: PERSIAN BAKHTIARI Area rug with cinnamon field. 5'1" x 7'4" 909: NORTHWEST PERSIAN Area rug with all-over geometric medallions on a ruby red field. 5' x 9'2" 910: WILLIAM MORRIS STYLE Area rug with floral pattern on midnight blue field. 4' x 6'. 911: NO LOT 912: VERNON WOOD (American, 1923-1995) Untitled. Oil on board (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. 7 1/2" x 5 1/2" (sight) 913: BERT BAUM (American, 20th C.) Pocono Farm, ca. 1950. Oil on canvasboard (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 16" x 20" 914: 20TH C. WATERCOLOR Untitled (Beach House). Watercolor on paper (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 14" x 20 1/2" (sight) 915: WOLFGANG ROTH (German-American, 1910-1988) Three works of art: Red Sun Over Blue Landscape, watercolor collage, signed, 26" x 38"; Untitled, etching, signed; Acrobat, serigraph, signed. 916: WITHDRAWN 917: PENNSYLVANIA ART Two works of art: Jesse Henderson Drew-Bear (British/American, 1877-1962) Untitled, oil on board (framed), signed. Robert Cronauer (20th Century) Untitled, watercolor on paper (framed), signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 17" x 23 1/2" (sight) 918: FREDERIC FARMER (American, 20th C.) Untitled (Bucks County), 1947. Watercolor on paper (framed). Signed and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, Georgia. 20 1/4" x 26 1/4" 919: JEAN FRANZ MILLER (20th Century) Untitled. Oil on canvas (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. 24" x 30" 920: 20TH C. NEW HOPE LANDSCAPES Two works of art: Slawomir Jan Lewandowski (20th C.) Red House, New Hope, oil on canvas (framed), signed and titled. Joe Doyle (American, 20th C.) The River House, near New Hope (Where Weary Drivers Stopped in Olden Days After Taking Their Barges Through the Lock), oil on canvasboard (framed), signed and titled. Provenance: Foxglove Gallery, Doylestown, PA (label on verso of Doyle); Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 20" x 24"


921: GEORGIA W. BALCH (American, 1888-) Untitled. Oil on canvas (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. 22" x 29" 922: JAMES HENRY MOSER (Canadian/American, 1854-1913) Untitled. Watercolor on paper (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 10" x 14" (sight) 923: CHARLES BIESEL (American, 1865-1945) Untitled, 1921. Oil on board (framed). Signed and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, California. 20" x 24" 924: 20TH C. LANDSCAPES Six works of art: Untitled, watercolor on paper (framed), signed "Bobby Roberts". Untitled, watercolor on paper (framed), signed "C. Lyons". Untitled, oil on board (framed), signed "EUWALEN". Untitled, oil on board (framed), signed illegibly. Untitled, oil on canvas (framed). Untitled, oil on canvas (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. Largest: 26" x 26" 925: THOMAS BROWNELL ELDRED(American, 1903-1993) Untitled. Oil on canvas. Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. 40" x 30". 926: MARION MONTAGUE JUNKIN (American, 1905-1977) Untitled. Watercolor on paper (framed). Signed and inscribed. Provenance: Private Collection, Florida. 11 3/8" x 9 3/4" (sight) 927: STILL LIFE Untitled (Apples), 19th/20th C. Oil on board (framed). Unsigned. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 10 1/4" x 12 1/2". 928: STILL LIFE PAINTINGS Nine works of art: two on canvas, three on board, four on paper. Some signed illegibly. Smallest: 6 1/2" x 5", largest: 29" x 19 1/2" 929: EARLY 20TH C. AMERICAN Untitled (Still Life With Roses). Oil on board (framed). Signed and dated illegibly. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 9 1/4" x 14 1/2", 17 1/2" x 22 1/2" (frame) 930: JOSEPH E. BURGESS (American, 1890-1961) Untitled, oil on canvas (framed), signed, 24" x 20" 931: BERNARD JOSEPH STEFFEN (American, 1907-1980) Autumn Cornfield. Serigraph in colors (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, California. 11 1/2" x 18" (sight) 932: MURIEL KALISH (American, b. 1932) Flowers - Vulcano. Oil on canvas. Signed. Provenance: Staempfli Gallery Inc., New York (label on verso); Private Collection, New York. 14" x 10" 933: 20TH C. STILL LIFE Untitled, oil on canvas (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 20" x 16" 934: 20TH C. SURREALIST PAINTING Untitled. Oil on canvas (framed). Signed "R.H. / 29-30" in the lower right. Provenance: Private Collection, Massachusetts. 18" x 14" 935: WILLIAM GROPPER (American, 1897-1977) Untitled. Mixed media on paper (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 36" x 8" (sight) 936: WITHDRAWN

937: 20TH C. WATERCOLOR Untitled, watercolor and pencil on paper (framed), with embossed stamp. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. 4 5/8" x 7 1/4" (sheet) 938: DOUGLAS WARNER GORSLINE (American, 1913-1985) Reflections D'une Photographe. Watercolor on paper (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 11 3/4" x 14 3/4" (sight) 939: BOB KANE (American, b. 1921) Untitled, watercolor on paper (framed), signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 8 3/4" x 7 3/4" (sight) 940: FRANZ REDERER (American, 1899-1965) Untitled, 1945; Pencil and ink on paper (framed); Signed and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 24 1/4" x 18 1/2" (sight) 941: LOUIS NOVAK (Czech/American, 1908-1983) Hallway at the Webb House (Wethersfiled, CT), 1946. Total of 18 prints illustrating the nine color woodblock production stages of a final print. Provenance: Bert Gallery, Rhode Island. 10 1/2" x 8 1/2" (sheet) each 942: 19TH/20TH C. ETCHINGS Four works of art (framed): John Sloan (American, 1871-1951) Bandit's Cave, 1920s, signed. James Jacques Joseph Tissot (French, 1836-1902) Untitled, 1889, signed. Charles Huard (French, 1974-1965) Untitled, ca. 1917, signed and numbered 19/100. Hermann Struck (German, 1876-1944) Untitled, signed. Provenance: Private Collection, Vermont. Largest: 9 3/4" x 7" (impression) 942A: LEON KELLY (American, 1901-1982) Wild Horses (La Camargue), 1936. Etching (framed). Signed, dated and titled. Provenance: Private Collection, Missouri. 5 3/4" x 10 3/4" (sight) 942B PAUL CEZANNE (French, 1839-1906) Portrait de Guillaumin, 1873. Etching (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, Missouri. 10 1/4" x 8 1/4" (sight) 943: MEISSEN PORCELAIN Two service plates, hand-painted with floral bouquet and birds and butterflies, with gilt rim against a blue ground. Both marked. 10" dia. 944: MEISSEN BLUE ONION PLATTER With scalloped rim, marked on base of tree and on back. 11 3/4" x 15 7/8" dia. 945: MINTON PORCELAIN Set of eight service plates, all with plain center and gilt border against a dark blue ground. Marked MINTON and MADE FOR TIFFANY & CO. NEW YORK. 10 3/4" 946: ASSORTED CHINA Fifty pieces including Minton porcelain chocolate set service for twelve and a set of Limoges ramekins with underplates. Teapot: 7 1/2" 947: WEDGWOOD Basalt dolphin candlesticks on rectangular bases, both marked. 9 1/8" 948: ASSORTED CHINA Forty-five pieces including: thirteen piece transfer decorated porcelain fish set; set of eight leaf pattern Wedgwood plates; set of twelve Wedgwood Indian Trade plates; set of twelve Limoges floral transfer decorated gold rimmed plates. 949: CHINA GROUP LOT Including: six Wedgwood teacups with underplates; four Lenox duck plates and a ship plate; Ironstone tureen; assorted Austrian porcelain. Teacups and plates: 2 1/2" x 7 5/8" 950: ROYAL DOULTON DINNERWARE Complete service for eight, approximately one hundred pieces. Including: three covered vegetables, two large oval platters, gravy boat, soup bowls, butter pats, etc. 951: SUZANNE LALIQUE / HAVILAND Set of six Theordore Haviland Limoges porcelain dessert plates designed by Suzanne Lalique, c. 1926. Printed marks. 6 3/4" dia.


952: THEODORE HAVILAND, LIMOGES, FRANCE Dinnerware set of approximately 125 pcs. Includes: five covered vegetable bowls; seven oval platters; five open serving bowls; covered butter dish; gravy and sauce tureens. 953: ASSORTED CHINA Eleven Royal Worcester hand-painted floral plates together with twelve Haviland-Limoges plates in the `Feu de Four' pattern. Largest: 9 1/2" 954: TURNER'S PATENT BOWL English underglaze blue with overglaze painted decoration; marked Turner's Patent. 18th C., possibly earlier. 4 1/8" x 9 5/8 dia. 955: ASHWORTH IRONSTONE PLATTER Large oval platter with Imari style decoration, marked Ashworth Real Ironstone China. 15 1/2" x 19 1/4" dia. 956: FRANCISCAN CHINA Dinnerware set in the Canton pattern, partial service for twelve including: dinner, salad and dessert plates; soup bowls; coffee and tea pots; teacups and saucers; creamer and sugar and several serving pieces. 957: EUROPEAN CERAMICS Derby plate with chip and hairline; Samson bowl with metal mounts; blue and white plate. 958: ASSORTED SERVICE PLATES Thirty-six pieces includes: twelve Bavarian made plates with floral transfer decoration and gold border; twelve Black Knight `Vendome' pattern service plates; twelve Johnson Brothers Ironstone `Pareek' pattern plates. Largest: 12" 959: DECORATIVE VASES One double handled vase by Victoria Austria having floral decoration; one by Amphora, Austria; French enamel and porcelain covered urn, marked France. Tallest: 15" 960: EUROPEAN PORCELAIN Twelve pieces: two Dutch Gouda vases; two Zsolnay vases, one with crackled design; Irish Belleek basket; four Wedgwood pieces; Limoges footed bowl, plate and miniature plate. Largest: 10 1/2" dia. 961: COLLECTION OF EIGHT TEAPOTS Including a Jackfield style, 19th c. and large teapot with transfer decoration, early 20th c., the others reproduction Japanese teapots of various wares. Tallest: 6" 962: GEORGE SCHNEEMAN (American, b. 1934) Sixteen ceramic plates and one lamp of handpainted stoneware, 1981. Signed and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, Los Angeles. Plates: 9" diameter. Painted plaster lamp. 17 1/4" high 963: NIPPON URN SHAPED VASE Together with a pair of silverplated hurricanes and an enameled mesh bag. Tallest: 8 3/4" 964: DECORATIVE JUG Lidded brown two handled jug with painted blue decoration. 15 1/2" x 7 1/2" dia. 965: HAL FROMHOLD, BERKSHIRE POTTERY, JOHN BROCK & JUDIE Four stoneware piece: Hal Fromhold sculpture, two stoneware vases with incised decorations and flower frog with impressed leaf designs. All signed. Sculpture: 18" x 12" x 6 1/2" 967: FOX HUNTING Mixed lot includes twenty cordial glasses with reclining fox bases, two ashtrays and a porcelain box with a fox lid. Tallest: 3 1/2" 968: AMERICAN EMPIRE Fall front mahogany veneer secretary desk with glass doors, fitted with shelves. 74 1/2" X 24" X 40"

969: MAHOGANY DESK AND SERVER With a two drawer back splash together with a server with similar design, ca. 1920. Larger: 31 1/4" x 17 1/4" x 60 1/4". 970: DREXEL / FEDERAL STYLE Drexel corner china cabinet with Greek Key border, along with Federal Style secretary with sculpted wood and glass doors, both in mahogany veneer with brass-tone neoclassical pulls. Corner cabinet stamped Drexel. Secretary: 80" x 48" x 14", corner cabinet: 64" x 36" x 18" 971: AMERICAN FURNITURE Glass knobbed double drawer table 28 1/2" x 23 1/4" x 16 1/2" together with spindle legged drop leaf table 27" x 31" x 11 3/4" (closed) 972: FEDERAL STYLE DROPLEAF DINING TABLE In mahogany. 29" x 46 3/4" x 18 1/4". 973: AMERICAN FURNITURE Cherry Pembroke table, two D-leaves with central drawer on slightly tapered legs, 18th century. Includes typed note with provenance inside drawer. Overall wear and uneven finish. 29" x 37" x 23 1/2" 974: CHILD'S CHAIRS Three oak Windsors together with a Firefly sled painted with holly. Chairs: 26" x 13" x 15" 975: MAHOGANY GAME TABLES One demi-lune with reeded legs, the other rectangular. Demi-lune: 30" x 36" x 18" 976: FURNITURE GROUP Ebonized Eastlake style dresser together with a painted cocktail table with decorative mirrored top. Chest: 32" x 40" x 18" 977: 19TH CENTURY / CHINOISERIE Small chest of drawers, possibly a salesman's sample, along with wall-hanging mirror, ebonized and painted with Chinoiserie designs. Chest: 20 1/2" x 22" x 9 1/2", mirror: 42" x 24" 978: TALL CASE CLOCK Neoclassical walnut tall case clock with carved bonnet and urn-shaped finials, its case with eagle escutcheon. 87" x 18" x 10" 979: VICTORIAN REGULATOR CLOCK By Jerome & Co. 33" tall. 980: ANEROID BAROMETER With a carved mahogany case, unmarked. The glass pane in front of the mercury is cracked. Together with a Regulator clock. Barometer: 36" tall. 981: ROGER WOOD Floor standing clock comprised of a turned wood post mounted with clock face and decorative metalwork. 53" x 10 1/4" x 6" 982: FIVE VICTORIAN CLOCKS Of assorted type including walnut gingerbread, cast iron front, cherub dresser clock, cast iron with statue and mahogany ogee. Tallest: 30" 983: ANSONIA Crystal regulator clock. 12" x 8" x 7 984: BAILEY & CO. Philadelphia brass carriage type clock with French movement together with a peacock design porcelain tile in frame. Clock: 14" 985: WALL CLOCK French porcelain dial Wag-on-Wall clock. Missing weights and pendulum. 15 1/2"


986: Two clear glass vases with corkscrew bases. Both marked. Tallest: 11" 987: BACCARAT/ORREFORS Grouping of nine animals, including camel, squirrel, turtle, eagle (designed by Alberius for Orrefors), and frog. Marked. Tallest: 8" 988: BACCARAT Crystal pipe holder. Stamped Baccarat France. 3 7/8" x 6 3/4" x 3" 989: BACCARAT Etc. Eleven pieces: three pairs of candlesticks, two perfumes, and two ashtrays. Some marked. Tallest: 8" 990: ORREFORS ANIMAL GROUP Including two rabbits and a bear, all etched Orrefors. Bear: 4" x 5 1/4" x 2 1/2" 991: ORREFORS VASES Five pieces including: ovoid etched with lilies-ofthe-valley; buttressed etched with angel; tall swirling; diamond cut; ribbed. Tallest: 8 1/4" 992: ORREFORS BOWL GROUP Four pieces: two cut with demilune shapes, one with leaves and one with spheres, all footed and all marked. Largest: 6" x 9 1/2" dia. 993: GLASSWARE Ten pieces including: Orrefors bowl; two crystal bowls, one with silver plate and one with sterling base; silver plate mounted crystal ice bucket; sterling rimmed tray; silver plate mounted decanter set; two crystal bowls; one scalloped glass platter; silver plated topped syrup pitcher. Tallest: 13 1/2" 994: CRYSTAL INKWELL/STERLING SILVER Crystal inkwell with faceted sides, and silver lid monogrammed ALR. 4" 995: GLASS PERFUME BOTTLES & CRUETS Four pieces: pair of square cutglass perfume bottles with Gorham sterling silver tops, together with a pair of clear glass cruets (replaced stoppers made by John Dorflinger, including a note from the company). 6" and 6 1/2" 996: GLASSWARE Three pieces includes: a pair of Rosepoint crystal hurricane lamps together with a sterling base etched glass bowl. Largest: 9 1/2" 997: CUT GLASS Large oval platter with scalloped edge. 17 3/4" x 10 1/2" 998: CUT GLASS Seven pieces: two bottles with faceted stoppers; rectangular tray; small bowl; dumbbell knife rest; clear glass vase; pressed glass chamber stick. Tallest: 7" 999: CUT GLASS Seven pieces: two vases; decanter; bowl; jar; pressed glass vase with hand; clear glass bowl with silverplated mounts. Tallest: 10 1/4" 1000: BRILLIANT CUT GLASS Ten pieces: five bowls, one sugar and creamer, vase, and mayonnaise dish with underplate. Unmarked. Tallest: 8" 1001: BRILLIANT CUT GLASS Eleven pieces: three bowls, two nappies, two pairs sugar and creamers, one vase, and a pitcher. Unmarked. Tallest: 9 1/2" 1002: CUT GLASS DECANTER Ruby cut to clear with pressed glass faceted stopper. Height: 9 1/2".

1003: CRYSTAL STEMWARE Group lot including: six etched gold rimmed wine goblets; five gold rimmed champagne saucers; gilt decorated high ball glass; assorted cordial glasses; six salt cellars; glass hurricane; gilt decorated glass plate. Goblet: 6 1/2" 1004: BOXED LOT OF STEMWARE Including cocktail glasses, water goblets and cordial glasses, many with gold decoration, together with a set of highball and lowball glasses with cranberry and gilt decoration. 1005: STEMWARE Thirty pieces includes: eighteen green cut crystal tumblers together with twelve matching juice glasses. 1006: MIXED GLASS Including: twenty-two tomato decorated juice glasses, pattern sugar and creamer, pressed glass decanter and eight pieces amber color Daisy and Button. 1007: MIXED STEMWARE LOT Including: twelve sherry, nineteen large cordials and six goblets. 1008: STEMWARE Set of eight enameled and cut wine glasses. Unmarked. 8" 1009: CUT CRYSTAL STEMWARE Eighty pieces to include pair of decanters, goblets, sherberts, wines, cordials, and finger bowls. Unmarked. Decanter: 10" 1010: ALABASTER FIGURAL CARVINGS Mounted on wooden backs, one of Dante the other possibly of Raphael, 19th c. 8 1/2" 1011: FRENCH DECO FIGURINE Of a school girl in cast metal with carved inset face. Marked 5757V. Height: 6 1/2" 1012: TWO BRONZE WALL PLATES With molded female busts, one with a butterfly, the other with parrot. 15 1/2" dia. 1013: DECORATIVE ITEMS Ten pieces: Hammond clock with marble and onyx case; white metal Dante and Beatrice bookends; white metal figure of nude woman with green paint; cast iron money box; inlaid wood cigarette box; two brass mortars and pestles; two brass jars, one with cover. Tallest: 11 1/2" 1014: ART NOUVEAU Group lot including two white metal figures marked `L ALLIOT', sculpture on marble base, white metal sphinx bookends, bust of a woman smoking and an Austrian ceramic bust. Tallest: 12 1/2" 1015: WITHDRAWN 1016: HERALDIC FIVE LIGHT CHANDELIER In brass and copper together with a marquetry plaque in the style of Emile Galle. Plaque: 27" x 22" 1017: THE LIBRARY Group lot including: three pairs of bookends, one marked Pompeian Bronze Co.; Art Nouveau mirror; inkwell; transferware letter holder; hood ornament paperweight. Mirror: 20" x 15" 1018: MARQUETRY Inlaid jewelry box with mirrored top together with a mid 19th C. jacquard coverlet. 1019: WOODEN BOXES Two boxes, one rectangular, the fitted interior with six medicine bottles and two lower drawers, the other an octagonal tea caddy with hinged top and inner lid, with marquetry inlay, early 19th century, possibly English. 6 3/4" and 5 3/4"


1020: COLLECTION OF TWELVE BOXES Nine boxes of various sizes including mahogany storage box with banded inlay; square form tea caddy with oval marquetry panel; rectangular box with Swiss music cylinder; sarcophagus style etui with fitted interior together with two white metal boxes. 18th-20th C. 1021: GROUP LOT Framed reproduction map fragment, together with an oval oak framed mirror, and a wall hanging curio cabinet. Map: 33" x 27 1/2" 1022: CRYSTAL CHANDELIER With six arms and pendant prisms. Fixture: 25" 1023: PAIR OF CERAMIC LAMPS With openwork bodies having figures in relief on metal mounts. 21 1/2" tall. 1024: PAIR OF GILT CANDELABRA Six light candelabra with a cherub and bird in central column, electrified. 24" tall without harps. 1025: PAINTED GLASS OIL LAMP Painted with clematis on a brown ground, with metal fittings and round shade. 28" x 10 1/4" dia. globe. 1026: PAINTED GLASS OIL LAMP With floral design on milk glass, with metal fittings and round shade. 24 3/4" x 9" dia. globe. 1027: NEOCLASSICAL FLOOR LAMP With heavy, bronze fluted shaft and mica shade. 70 1/2" x 20" dia. 1028: EXOTIC FIGURAL LAMPS 20th C. Pair of Continental Art Co. lamps with Asian figures and panthers together with one formed as a Blackamoor holding an umbrella. Tallest: 37 1/2" 1029: LONGWY / DOULTON Longwy vase for J. Vieillard & Co., fitted as a lamp, undrilled. Together with a Royal Doulton teapot and bottle shaped Victorian vase. Vase: 11" 1030: MOUNT WASHINGTON GLASS CO. (Attr.) ELECTRIFIED OIL LAMP Decorated with a winter farm scene. Height: 17" 1031: BRADLEY & HUBBARD Brass light fixture with three oil fonts and two glass shades. Height: 32". 1032: LIGHTING Two items: French pottery vase painted with flowers and butterflies, drilled for lamping together with a Chinese Famille Noire porcelain vase drilled for lamping. 19th C. Tallest: 27 3/4". 1033: LAMPS Group of three: wrought iron piano lamp; Japanese bronze vase with cranes in high relief, signed on the base, drilled and mounted as a lamp and a bronze and copper Aesthetic period lamp made by the Meriden Co., CT, marked on base. 1034: FOUR LAMPS Glass lamp in green cut to clear; Grecian style terra cotta with two handles; clear cut glass with brass mounts and a carved alabaster urn. 20th C. Tallest to top of glass: 18 1/4". 1035: VENETIAN STYLE Crystal chandelier with tiered pendants terminating in a ball finial. Complete with chain and ceiling cap. 27 1/2" x 14" 1036: VICTORIAN Oak secretary with attached bow front cabinet together with two side chairs and a pedestal plant stand. Secretary: 74 1/2" x 37 1/2" x 11 3/4"

1037: VICTORIAN OAK Double door four shelf bookcase with mirror top together with a six drawer chest with mirrored back. Largest: 67" x 38 1/2" x 12". 1038: VICTORIAN OAK Corner cabinet with four shelves and barley twist columns. 58" x 35 1/2" x 18". 1039: RENAISSANCE REVIVAL Victorian marble top table together with a wrought iron base piano lamp and a Gone With the Wind lamp. Table: 30" x 22 1/2" x 28 1/2". 1040: VICTORIAN Adjustable walnut music stand together with a barometer set in a carved frame. Stand: 47" x 14" x 9'. 1041: VICTORIAN ARMCHAIRS Each with carved walnut frame and upholstered seat and back. Taller: 40" x 26" x 35'. 1042: VICTORIAN ARMCHAIRS Each with carved walnut frame and upholstered seat and back. Together with a wire firescreen. Tallest: 43" x 29" 30". 1043: VICTORIAN CHAIRS Set of four with upholstered seats and backs. 27 1/2" x 20" x 18". 1044: VICTORIAN CAPTAINS DESK In walnut with gallery shelf above green velvet top and four drawers. Dimensions: 1045: FRENCH STYLE Writing desk with ormolu mounts together with a tile top gilt plant stand and an ebonized Asian plant stand. Desk: 39 1/2" x 30" x 19" 1046: FRENCH STYLE Ormolu mounted occasional tables, the larger with two drawers and marble top, the smaller with single drawer and marquetry top. Larger: 31" x 28" x 15" 1047: FRENCH COUNTRY Oak trestle table with keyed through-tenon stretcher. 32" x 123" x 30" 1048: AMERICAN FURNITURE Pair of side tables inlaid with various wood, top with a floral cartouche and carved tulips on cabriole legs. 27" x 24" x 15 3/4". 1049: BERKELEY & GAY Mahogany veneer gentleman's chest. 47" x 48 x 21 1/2" 1050: PATCHWORK QUILT, LOG CABIN VARIATION In polychrome with red border. 79" x 78" 1051: STONEWARE CROCKS Four pieces, each with blue decoration. Chips to all. Tallest: 11" 1052: STONEWARE CROCKS Three pieces, each with blue decoration, together with a no. 2 jug. Tallest: 14 1/4" 1053: STONEWARE Three pieces including: a redware jardiniere; saltglazed crock with cobalt decoration; brownglaze jug. Redware: 13" x 15" 1054: CERAMIC PITCHERS One blue Fiesta ware and blue and white spongeware. 1055: THREE CAST IRON DOORSTOPS Of a Boston terrier, an Airedale and a cat. Tallest: 11"


1056: RIVAL CAST IRON CHILD'S STOVE With additional accessories including pots and trivets. 14 1/2" tall. 1057: BRONZE AND CLOISONNE LOT Includes: bronze desk set with dogs chasing mice, illegible mark; white metal figure of a dog; small ivory tusk with dogs on a stag hunt and small cloisonne vase. Metal dog: 6 1/4" x 16 3/4". 1058: LIGHTING Including a pair of Dore Bronze prismed candelabra and a pair of elaborate brass candlestick lamps. Tallest: 13" 1059: GROUP LOT Including: a pair of period brass candlesticks; pair of white metal mantle lusters; cut glass wine decanter; several other decorative glass pieces. 1060: ASSORTED METAL LOT Including sleigh bells, padlocks, locks, stamps and tools. 1061: GROUP LOT Including: a lace tablecloth; pewter chargers; silver plate; glass bookends; carriage clock; binoculars; assorted fans. 1062: FOLK ART Crane sculpture constructed with wrenches and bolts on wooden base. Signature to top of base. 34" x 8" x 10" 1063: BRASS FIREPLACE TRIVET WIth ivory handle together with a brass soup pot, tea kettle and other small brass items, egg timer, antique lock and three skeleton keys. Trivet: 12 1/2" x 15" x 7 1/2" 1064: BRASS FOOTMAN 19th C. 11 1/2" x 20" x 12" 1065: DECORATIVE BRASS LOT Includes: double inkwell; fraternal sword; German bowl; pair of Asian figural candlesticks; nutcracker; scoop. Sword: 35" 1066: DUCK DECOYS Two wooden duck decoys with accompanying books together with a rectangular sign with the number `26' painted on reinforced glass and a small box of assorted watch parts. 1067: KELLOGG VINTAGE TELEPHONE Wall mounted telephone with oak case, marked Kellogg. 1068: BABCOCK Two wooden ice-cream churners, one marked Babcock. Larger: 32" x 24" x 24" 1069: FOLK ART WALKING STICK Carved with a monkey or baboon. 1069A: PEEPHOLE WALKING STICK With inset glass miniature of a view of the New York post office. 1070: GLASS CANES Two canes, one in swirled clear glass with minor losses, the other in clear glass with blue and white latticcino. 1071: EARLY 20TH C. BRONZE Untitled (Salome), 1931. Bronze (with base). Initialed and dated "FR. / Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 31". 18 1/2" high, 21" (with base) 1072: CHARLES HENRY HUMPHRISS (English/American, 1867-1934) Appeal to the Great Spirit. Bronze. Marked "CH HumphriSS, numbered 4/100 1906" and "CORHAM CO FOUNDERS." (later recast). Provenance: Private Collection, Maryland. 28 1/2" high

1073: ROBERT SCRIVER (American, b. 1914) Buffalo Skull 1966, bronze (with wall plaque), signed and dated, Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 5 1/2" x 5 1/4" x 1 1/2", 14" x 9 1/2" (plaque). Together with three offset lithographs (on canvas) of Charles Marion Russell's (American, 18641926) Sun Worshippers, 1910, printed by James Graham & Sons, 1972. 1074: HENRY C. BALINK (American, 1882-1963) Two works of art: Taos Indian, etching, signed, titled and numbered 9/50. On Their Way to Sante Fe, etching, signed, titled and numbered 2/50, Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 8 3/4" x 7 1/2" (sheet) 1075: MARIANNE STOKES (Austrian, 1855-1927) Untitled (Portrait of a Lady). Watercolor on paper (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. 18" x 12 1/4" (oval, sight) 1076: F.P. GLASS (20th. Century) Madonna and Child in Floral Border. Oil on canvas (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. 29" x 26 1/4" 1077: AMADO MAURILLO PENA (American, b. 1943) Two works of art: Mantas del Valle, mixed media on paper (framed), signed. Untitled, mixed media on paper, signed and numbered HP 5/5. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 34" x 25" (sheet) 1078: MIGUEL MARTINEZ (American, b. 1951) Three works of art: Untitled, 1988, pastel on paper (framed), signed and dated. Untitled, 1988, pastel on paper (framed), signed and dated. Untitled, 1987, pastel on paper (framed), signed and dated, Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 30" x 40" (sheet) 1079: R.C. GORMAN (American, 1932-2005) Untitled, 1981. Lithograph in colors (framed). Signed, dated and numbered 21/180. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 21 1/2" x 29 1/2" (sight) 1080: SOUTHWEST ART Three works of art: Leus Jean Scott (20th C.) The Coming of Dawn, 1985, mixed media and collage on board (framed), signed and dated. Katalin Ehling (Hungarian/American, b. 1941) Untitled, lithograph on canvas (framed), signed. Katalin Ehling (Hungarian/American, b. 1941) Untitled, lithograph on canvas (stretched). Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 35" x 36" 1081: MIGUEL ANGEL (Costa Rican, 20th C.) Untitled (Seated Woman). Cast bronze. Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 22 1/2" x 20" x 18" 1082: IN THE STYLE OF FRENCH 19TH C. Untitled (Farmers Shafting Wheat). Overpainted poster (ornate gilt frame). Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 20" x 15" (sheet) 1083: BRUNO BLATTER (German, 19th Century) Untitled. Oil on canvas (framed). Signed; 31" x 27" 1084: PAUL HEITINGER (German, 1841-1920) Untitled, 1891. Oil on panel (framed). Signed and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. 11 3/4" x 19 3/4" 1085: H. M. GABRIEL (Early 20th C.) Untitled. Oil on canvas (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, Montana. 27" x 21 3/4". 1086: 19TH C. EUROPEAN SCHOOL Untitled (Pastoral Scene with Figures). Oil on canvas (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 18" x 30".


1087: LATE 19TH C. PAINTING Untitled (Sheep in Pasture). Oil on board. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 9 3/4" x 12 1/2". 1088: EARLY 20TH C. UNKNOWN ARTIST Collection of work, including: twelve oil on board, eighteen oil on canvas (two on stretchers), one on paper laid on board. Some signed "H. Rosen" or "A. Rosen". Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Various sizes. 1089: LANDSCAPE PAINTINGS Four works of art: one on canvas, two on board, one watercolor. Smallest: 6 1/2" x 9 1/2", largest: 25" x 30" 1090: OFFSET LITHOGRAPH prints by Pablo Picasso, Bernard Buffet, Paul Klee, Vasily Kandinsky, Joan Miro and Fernand Leger. Provenance: Private Collection, Massachusetts. 28" x 36" average size. 1091: DENIS PAUL NOYER (French, b. 1940) Untitled, 1969. Oil on canvas (framed). Signed and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 30" x 24" 1092: JULES CHERET (French, 1863-1932) Concert des Ambassadeurs. Lithograph poster in colors (framed). Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 32" x 24" (sheet) 1093: ART NOUVEAU SYLE Decorative illustration. Acrylic on canvas (mounted on Masonite)(framed). Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 42 1/2" x 34". 1094: SERGE MENDJISKY (French, b. 1929) Port-Grimaud. Portfolio of 21 lithographs in colors. Each signed and numbered 178/1200. Printer: Les Presses de Lutece, Paris. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 12 1/2" x 16 1/4" (sheet) each 1095: 20TH C. STREET SCENE Once Upon a Time, 1974, oil on canvas (framed), signed illegibly, titled and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 24" x 19" 1096: J.N. WATSON Watercolor of a western landscape in pastel tones, 1929. In original mat and frame. Pencil signed and dated lower left. Sight: 9 3/4" x 12 1/2" 1097: FREDERICK MORTIMER LAMB (American, 1861-1936) Untitled, 1934. Pastel on paper (framed). Signed and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 7 1/2" x 9 1/2" (sight). 1098: CARL PHILLIP WEBER (American, 1850-1921) Autumn Landscape. Oil on canvas. Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New York. 30" x 26". 1099: STEFAN MARTIN (American, 1936-1994) Family Frolic. Woodblock print (framed). Signed, dated and numbered AP. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 9 3/4" x 12 1/4" (sight). 1100: LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH C. Portrait of a Gentleman. Oil on cut-down canvas (laid down on new pre-stretched canvas). Provenance: Private Collection, California. 30" x 25" 1100A: GROUP OF 19TH AND 20TH C. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PAINTINGS: Two signed: J. Dyer, 1911. Oil on canvas. H.P. Minschwaner, 1911; Oil on canvas. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Together with six unsigned paintings ranging in size from 24" x 32 1/2" (largest) to 12" x 18" (smallest) 1101: MID 20TH C. PORTRAIT Untitled (Portrait of a Man), 1955. Oil on canvas (framed). Signed and dated "EA.K `55." upper right recto. Provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania. 29" x 22".

1102: ANNA THOMSON ACHENBACH (20th C.) Portrait of Diane, oil on canvas, signed and titled. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 20" x 16" 1103: 20TH C. PAINTING Untitled, 1951, oil on canvas (framed), signed "A FERRARA" and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 24" x 30" 1103A: DOROTHY VARIAN (American, 1895-1985) Untitled; Oil on canvas (framed). Signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 20" x 15 1/4" 1104: PORTRAIT PAINTINGS Nine works of art: one on canvas signed "Porter", one on board, six on paper, one woodcut signed "Mendez". Some signed illegibly. Smallest: 6 1/2" x 8 1/2", largest: 32" x 25" 1105: IN THE MANNER OF HAYLEY LEVER (American, 1876-1958) Untitled (Figure Study). Pastel on paper (framed). Initialed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. 16 1/4" x 21 3/4" (sight). 1106: ALAN BLIZZARD (American, b. 1929) Three works of art: Reclining Figure, 1961, charcoal on paper (framed), signed and dated. Figure with Turban, 1961, charcoal on paper (framed), signed and dated. Kneeling Figure, 1961, charcoal on paper (framed), signed and dated. Provenance: Estate of Carl M. Allen, Ohio. Largest: 21 1/4" x 17 3/4" (sight) 1107: 20TH C. PAINTINGS Four works of art: Tony Guerra, Untitled, 1962, oil on canvasboard (framed), signed and dated. Carl Gibbert, San Francisco, 1955, oil on canvas laid on board (framed), signed, dated and titled. Jerry Hunt, Untitled, oil on board (framed), signed. E. Forbes, Untitled (Winter Landscape), watercolor on paper (framed), signed. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 16" x 20" 1108: ADOLF FERDINAND KONRAD (American, 1915-2003) Two untitled nude studies, 1952-1953. Mixed media on paper (each framed). Signed and dated. Provenance: Private Collection, New Jersey. Largest: 13 1/4" x 7 3/4" (sight) 1109: CHINESE ART Painting of a young girl with a ram, signed. Together with a print signed Tyson.




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TERMS OF SALE THIS IS AN "AS-IS, WHERE-IS" ABSOLUTE AUCTION. NO RETURNS. David Rago Auctions, Inc. 609-397-9374 (p) / 609-397-9377 (f) (Hereafter referred to as "the Auction House") All bidders are responsible for reading and understanding these Terms of Sale, as well as any supplemental notices. If you have any questions after having read the Terms of Sale, please contact the C.E.O., Miriam Tucker, at [email protected] or 609.397.9374, extension 241. 1. General ALL PROPERTY IS SOLD "AS IS". THE CONSIGNOR MAKES NO WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS OF ANY KIND WITH RESPECT TO ANY PROPERTY OFFERED FOR SALE. THE AUCTIONEER MAKES NO WARRANTY OF TITLE, WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION OF ANY KIND OR NATURE WITH RESPECT TO THE PROPERTY. In no event shall either be responsible for the correctness of descriptions, nor deemed to have made any representation or warranty of description, genuineness, attribution, provenance or condition of the property and no statement by anyone or in the catalogue, in any advertisement, or which is made at the sale, in the bill of sale or invoice, or elsewhere, shall be deemed such a warranty or representation or an assumption of liability. All bidders acknowledge their right to have made full inspection of any and all properties prior to sale and agree to be charged with all matters such inspection may have disclosed or indicated. The Auction House retains all rights to copyright and other intellectual property contained in this catalogue. 2. Buyer's Premium, Purchase Price, Taxes, and Billing Upon the fall of the auctioneer's hammer, the successful bidder becomes the buyer and owner of the property and is responsible for the property, the amount of the successful bid, the buyer's premium, applicable taxes, and other charges provided for in the Terms of Sale in U.S. Dollars, payable immediately. Buyer's Premium/Purchase Price: A buyer's premium in the amount of 20% of the successful high bid will be added to the amount of the successful bid price regardless of payment method. All bidding at auction and all purchases will be in U.S. Dollars. Taxes: Applicable taxes shall include New Jersey sales tax (7%), use tax, excise tax, and other taxes or levies. Only valid resale certificates are accepted as proof of exemption from New Jersey sales tax by U.S. dealers. No New Jersey sales tax is charged for purchases shipped out of state. Billing: Payment is due upon receipt, unless special arrangement has been made with the Auction House. All successful telephone and absentee bidders will be sent invoices the Monday after the auction. 3. Methods of Payment and Fees Cash. Check. Wire Transfers. Visa. MasterCard. Discover. PayPal. All payments are due immediately upon receipt of invoice. We reserve the right to hold all goods paid for by check until payment has cleared. 4. Qualifying to Bid Bidding Numbers: All bidders must register and receive a bidding number from the Auction House prior to bidding at the auction. New Buyers: If we do not know you, you will be asked to furnish identification, a valid credit card number, and, possibly, credit references. If you are acting as another's agent or principal, we may request a letter of authorization. If paying by check, you must establish credit with the C.A.O., Eliane Talec, extension 118, at least three (3) business days prior to the auction. A letter from your bank, presented before the sale, may also be accepted, at our discretion, although we will retain your purchase(s) until the check

clears. If you are successful and do not remit payment within thirty (30) days, the balance will be charged to your credit card together with such charges set forth in these terms of sale. The auctioneer reserves the right to refuse participation by any bidder, whether on premises or participating on-line or by telephone, whom the auctioneer deems in its discretion to be or have been disruptive of the bidding or auction process, or otherwise deemed affect the integrity of the process. 5. Absentee Bids We accept absentee bids by phone, by mail, in person, or by fax. Absentee bids are requested by no later than 6:00 p.m. on the business day before the auction. If you fax your absentee bids, please call us to confirm receipt. All absentee bidding is handled as though you are in attendance. We buy all designated lots for you one bidding increment above where competition stops. Please check and comply with these increments. In case of failure to comply, we will reduce each off-increment bid to the next lower figure. "Plus" bids: Because of our structured bidding increments, it is more likely that several people will leave identical bids. Since an earlier bid left with the auction house wins in the event of a tie, a later bid with an added "plus" bid to the next increment would win the piece. All absentee bidder names and bids are held in strictest confidence, disclosed only in the event of a question after the sale. Absentee bidding is a convenience offered to our customers and, while we will make every effort to execute your instructions, the Auction House is not liable or responsible for any errors or failure to do so. If you place absentee bids with the Auction House, then choose to attend in person, bid by phone or any other means, it is solely your responsibility to cancel any or all absentee bids prior to the start of the auction. 6. Telephone Bids Lines are available on a first-come, first-served basis - please reserve as soon as you are able. We want to hear from you no later than 12 noon on the business day before the auction. Please call to set up all phone line requests. Do not fax phone line requests. If you are unsure of where you or your agent will be during the sale, we recommend you leave absentee bids. All requests for overseas telephone lines must be accompanied by absentee bids, which will be executed on the buyer's behalf, should there be any problems with telephone connections. Bids are placed on the telephone at the discretion of the Auction House and at the caller's risk. Telephone bidding is a convenience offered to our customers and, while we will make every effort to execute your instructions, the Auction House is not liable or responsible for any errors or failure to do so. If you place absentee bids with the Auction House, bid in person, by phone or any other means, it is solely your responsibility to cancel any or all absentee bids prior to the start of the auction. If you do not or cannot, regardless of reason, you will be held responsible for the property's purchase. 7. Auctioneer's Determination Final A lot will be sold to the highest bidder as determined in the sole and exclusive judgment of the auctioneer. The auctioneer will also have the sole and exclusive power and authority to a) resolve any disputes between bidders, b) determine whether to pass or re-offer a lot for sale, c) reject or challenge any bid or advance in the bidding, d) exclude any bidder from the premises and e) otherwise regulate the bidders, the bidding and its increments. 8. Withdrawal of Property from Sale The Auction House reserves the right to withdraw property from the sale for any reason and with no liability whatsoever for such withdrawal. 9. Rescission by the Auction House In the event the Auction House receives notice of an adverse claim with respect to purchased Property, the Auction House shall have the right (but not the obligation), in its sole and absolute discretion, to rescind the sale to the buyer, upon written notice to the buyer. Upon such notice, the buyer will promptly return the purchased property to the Auction House's premises in the same condition as when purchased. The Auction House will then promptly refund the purchase price, including the buyer's premium and applicable taxes paid. Buyer will have no further recourse against the


Auction House or the consignor, and the Auction House and the consignor shall not be liable for any damages of any nature suffered by the buyer. 10. Payment, Collection, and Shipping Responsibilities of Buyer - Buyer Obligations: On the fall of the auctioneer's hammer, title to the property immediately transfers to the successful bidder who, in turn, becomes the buyer of the Property. The buyer assumes full risk and responsibility for the purchased Property, including all costs and expenses of handling, shipping, insurance, taxes, export, and otherwise, and is liable for the full purchase price, plus the buyer's premium, applicable taxes, and any other associated expenses. - Collection of Property and Storage Charges: The buyer will pay for the purchased Property immediately and remove it from the premises of the Auction House except by prior arrangement with the Auction House. The Auction House may, at its discretion, remove the purchased Property to public storage at the buyer's risk and expense. Those with permission to pick up their property from the Auction House following the sale must call 24 hours in advance to arrange pick-up. Normal pick-up hours are MondayFriday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., excepting the hour between 12:00 and 1:00 p.m. Property purchased and left at the auction house for two weeks will be sold or donated for you. - Packing and Shipping: The buyer is responsible for the shipment of all purchased Property. As a convenience to the buyer, the Auction House will, if requested, give your property to Masterpiece Shipping in Buckingham, PA. This company will pack and ship or arrange shipment for you via UPS, FedEx or other carrier, fully insured, for a fee payable in advance by credit card. Shipments are made within a few days after payment has been received. (If you have any shipping preference for any reason, please make sure your shipper carries insurance. We are not responsible for any damage or loss that occurs while your objects are in another's care. We will also not be responsible for any damage or loss that occurs if you choose a shipping method that we have advised against and we will require a waiver from you acknowledging this.) All international customs, duties, and other tariffs are the responsibility of the Buyer. The Auction House and Masterpiece Shipping will declare the selling price as the value in all cases. Shipping larger items: Larger items are objects such as furniture, andirons, floor vases, or any other item whose safe packing will exceed the limits of common carriers. The Auction House can arrange delivery by freight almost anywhere in the United States, fully insured, for a fee. The delivery of large, heavy, or expensive objects is not an inexpensive proposition and we urge you to consider this before bidding. We will work with any shipper of your choosing. 11. Buyer Default - Remedies: If any of the Terms of Sale are not fully complied with by the buyer, the buyer will be in default without need of notice by the Auction House. The buyer shall be liable to the Auction House and the consignor for the total purchase price, including all premiums, charges, and expenses specified in the Terms of Sale. Interest shall accrue at the rate of 18% per annum commencing with the date of the auction. In addition to other remedies available to the Auction House by law, the Auction House may, at its option, a) cancel the sale of the lot(s) on which the buyer defaulted and of any other lots sold to the defaulting buyer at the same or any other auction(s) and retain as liquidated damages all payments made by the buyer, b) resell the purchased Property, whether at public auction or private sale, or c) pursue any combination of a) and b) above. In event of default, the buyer will be responsible to the Auction House and the consignor for any deficiency, any and all costs and expenses, including reasonable attorneys' fees, collection fees and expenses, late charges, and other damages. The Auction House may, at its discretion, apply any proceeds of sale otherwise due to the buyer or monies of the buyer in the

Auction House's possession to reduce or satisfy the buyer's obligations. - Security Interest: As security for full payment to the Auction House and the consignor of all amounts due, the buyer grants the Auction House the right to retain a security interest in the Property purchased at auction and in any other property or money of buyer in the Auction House's possession or coming the Auction House's possession (collectively, "collateral.") The Auction House shall have the rights of a secured creditor as provided by the Uniform Commercial Code and other applicable law. Such security interest in the Property or other collateral will cease when the Property is physically delivered to the buyer or the buyer's agent. 12. Governing Law and Forum for Disputes The laws of New Jersey shall govern the auctions of the Auction House. Any disputes that may arise in connection with the auction and/or any auction purchase, and all of the terms and conditions set forth herein above, shall be governed by and construed in accordance with New Jersey law. Any one who participates in the auction and/or makes auction purchases agrees to submit to the jurisdiction of the courts of the State of New Jersey with respect to any dispute arising in connection with the auction and/or any auction purchases. In the event that the Auction House needs to bring an action to enforce the terms and conditions herein and/or to collect any sum due and owing to it the Auction House shall be entitled in addition to collect its reasonable attorney's fees, collection agency fees, and cost of suit. 13. Limitations of Liability The Auction House acts only as the agent for the consignor and in no event will be liable for any breach or default by the consignor. 14. Severability and Waiver If any provision of portion of these Terms of Sale shall be deemed unlawful, void, or unenforceable under applicable law, that provision or portion shall be stricken and severed from the remaining provisions, which shall remain in full force and effect. Failure to enforce any of the provisions in these Terms of Sale shall not be deemed a waiver of the right to enforce any other provisions of these Terms of Sale. 15. No Assignment Unless the Auction House consents in writing, buyers may not assign their rights or any of their obligations related to an auction or other sale by the Auction House. 16. No Modifications These Terms of Sale may not be changed unless the Auction House and buyer have agreed to do so in a written agreement signed by both parties. 17. Miscellaneous Export or Import: An export license may be required for the export of certain materials. Some countries prohibit the importation of certain materials. It is the sole responsibility of buyers to familiarize themselves with any required license and import/export requirements. The Auction House will have no responsibility with regard to these matters. Private Sales: These Terms of Sale shall apply to both auction and private sales of property. Paragraph Headings: Paragraph and subheadings are included in these Terms of Sale for ease of reference and should not be used to interpret the meaning of the substantive provisions.



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*Remember a 20% Buyer's Premium will be added to each successful bid (i.e. a $1000 bid = $1200).

$10 until $100 is reached $25 until $500 is reached $50 until $1,000 is reached $100 until $3,000 is reached $250 until $5,000 is reached

$500 until $10,000 is reached $1,000 until $30,000 is reached $2,500 until $50,000 is reached $5,000 until $100,000 is reached $10,000 over $100,000

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1). Telephone Day of Sale ______________________________________________ 2). Telephone Day of Sale (backup) ___________________________________ Auction house or other reference and a valid credit card number (if a first-time bidder) Reference Company Name __________________________________________________ Contact Name ________________________________________________________________ Telephone _____________________________________________________________________ Visa/MC/Disc. ___________________________________________________ Exp. Date _________________________________________________________

I hereby confirm that I have read and am bound by the "Terms of Sale" for the auction. If I place absentee bids, then choose to attend in person, bid by phone, or by any other means, it is solely my responsibility to cancel any or all absentee bids prior to the start of the auction. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Signed (Signature required to execute your bids)



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We are happy to provide you with condition reports on all lots as requested. Note that we are neither professional restorers nor conservators and specialist opinions are subjective and not a statement of fact. Therefore, we do not guarantee the content of the written or verbal condition report. Not withstanding this report, all lots are offered and sold in accordance with Paragraph 4 of the Conditions of Sale listed in the catalogue.

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