Name Marion Summer Auction 2016
Auctioneer Marion Antique Auctions
Date(s) 6/25/2016
Saturday June 25th 10AM
Preview Date/Time Viewing - Fri - 2pm to 6pm & Sat - 8am to 9:30am
Checkout Date/Time After purchase
Location VFW, 465 Mill St, Rt 6
Marion, MA 02738
Buyer Premium A Buyer's Premium will be added to this bid if it is successful.
Description
Viewing - Fri - 2pm to 6pm & Sat - 8am to 9:30am VFW, 465 Mill St, Rt 6, Marion, MA Featuring collections from the Estate of "Parky" Shaw of Brookline, items from George C Decas, artwork from Estate of Eliot Knowles, items deaccessioned by New Bedford Whaling Museum. FINE ART: 2 Antonio Jacobsens, T Willis, Andy Warhol signed litho, Edouart silhouette, R Swain Gifford, CH Gifford, H. Neyland, WF Macy, Clement Drew, WA Wall, Conger Metcalf, Chagall litho, Fritz Kellogg, F Benson, Grant Wood, Piranesi, Audubon, Hopkin, Kuhn, Thieme, Kacziany, FURNITURE: Boston Chippendale desk, Boston Federal sideboard, 18th c Windsor chairs, 18th c American card table, Fed work tables, Fed tambour sec desk, carved Fed bed, 19th c sea chests, camphor chests, rare wicker pcs, 17th c Bible box, 18th c signed French desk, DECORATIVE ARTS: Tiffany note pad holder, Tiffany smoking stand, 18th c courting mirrors, Chip mirrors, decorated stoneware, needlework pictures, Meigi bronze vase, bronze foo dogs, jade pcs, Cloisonné, NAUTICAL: scrimshaw, Plath sextant, 18th c brass cannons, steam yacht model, telescopes, carved wooden whale plaque, ship weathervane, STERLING & COIN: Tiffany, Gorham sets, Gorham Repousse loving cup, Sciarotta, Norwegian set, Ball, Tompkins & Black coin set, 18th & 19th c pcs, golf & yachting trophies, CERAMIC & GLASS: Pairpoint lamp, Mount Washington, KPM plaque, Liverpool jug, Loetz, Aurene, Rookwood, Dedham, Southwestern pottery, Limoges, Nippon, Chinese export, Imari, Satsuma, Ridgway, Black Basalt, EPHEMERA & BOOKS: rare 1825 Tanner Atlas, land grant signed by Pres. Munroe, JFK, RFK, H Hoover docs, Plymouth & Bristol County map books, nautical & whaling charts & books, Merrow & Day African American photos, MV & Nantucket books, postcards, Calvin Bullock's Napoleon era books, early golf items, CLOCKS: Stennes girandole banjo clock, Howard banjo clock, Horace Tift banjo clock, Jacob Alrich tall clock, Georgian Chinoiserie tall clock, JEWELRY: gold charm bracelets, diamond, platinum, emeralds, aquamarine, jade, $10 gold piece, RUGS: palace size Kashan, Sarouk, 2 Herez, Caucasian, rare Chinese silk metallic rug, MISC: 1811 bronze mission bell, early splint baskets, Native American blanket strip, Canadian military sword, music boxes, steam engine models, South Seas war club, clothing, Kewpie dolls, Boneshaker bike. Directions: Take exit 20 off Rt 195 onto Rt 105 South towards Marion, turn right onto Rt 6. VFW is on right. Sale conducted by Marion Antique Auctions. Frank McNamee, Manager, C. David Glynn, Auctioneer, MA lic#583, tel. 508-748-3606 Online catalog: www.marionantiqueauctions.com or www.auctionzip.com 18% buyer's premium for non-internet purchases Live bidding at liveauctioneers.com and invaluable.com
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