Name Thanksgiving Weekend 2018
Auctioneer Marion Antique Auctions
Date(s) 11/24/2018
Location 164 Front St
Marion, MA 02738
Buyer Premium A Buyer's Premium will be added to this bid if it is successful.
Saturday, Nov 24th at 10am Previews: Fri. 2pm to 6pm & Sat. 8am to 9:30am Location: Music Hall, 164 Front St, Marion, MA MA Auctioneer Lic #583 Featuring the Estate of Charles Paulsen of East Marion, more from Estate of Bokara Legendre of NYC, Estate of Margaret Paul of Chevy Chase, MD, Estate of Joe McDonald, Cape Cod print collector and restorer, nautical instruments from Charlie Bascom, painting and sword collection of Randy Perkins and numerous other prominent Southeastern New England estates. PAINTINGS & PRINTS: Asahel Powers, Andre Hambourg, Jean Dufy, mini Lord Nelson, Hendricks Hallett, Ferdinand Kaufmann, Robert Wheeler, Frankenthaler, C. H. Gifford, R. S. Dunning, Gattorno, Joseph Pennell, M. Kirmse, Cozzens, R. Grosvenor, Jerome Howes, W A. Wall, G. Whitaker, S. Leighton, Jean Baptiste LePrince, Howard Newman, Kraczynd, Gordon Grant, William Preston, Karel Appel, Louis Sylvia, Metcalf, Ben Kopman, David Aronson, Jack Levine, Fortier, Menso Onnes, portrait of Capt. Isaac Knight, Edmund Case, FURNITURE: Gustav Sitckley tall chest, 18th c Windsor signed Job Coffin, 18th c Chippendale sofa, 18th c American chests, federal card tables, 18th c Penn. blanket chests, 18th c Spanish foot chairs, 19th c classical pier table, 18th c Penn. cupboard, Federal work tables, 18th c Italian cabinet, Italian dressing table, Louis XVI Bergere', 4 Thonet chairs, 19th c Chinese altar table, CLOCKS: 18th c English tall clock Shaw, Simon Willard tall clock, Gilbert regulator, 2 Willard banjo clocks, Waltham tall clock, 19th c NH mirror clock, Eli Terry clock, WHALING & NAUTICAL: Whaling journal for Nantucket ship "Three Brothers", 1837, double swivel barb harpoon, Fiji and Samoan war clubs, Austral Island paddle, NW coast Halibut hook and mask and amulet, Eskimo Osik and harpoon head, 19th c walrus tusk, whalebone dagger, telescopes, stick barometers, sextants, Chelsea ships clocks, flare gun, Thatcher calculator, yacht log, ship and pond models, stern board Great Western, Pitcairn Island carved fish, New Guinea carvings, New Guinea carved masks, TEXTILES: Important collection of 18th & 19th c American & English needlework samplers, STERLING & COIN SILVER: Large Tiffany loving cup, 18th c Spanish Colonial tray, Bigelow & Kennard, Georg Jensen, Tiffany Saratoga, tea sets by Heyer NY, Geoff NY, flatware sets by Gorham, International, English Gadroon, Strasburg, Kirk, Georgian, tea caddy, jewelry casket, Kirk & Son mint julip cups, William Thompson, NY, CERAMICS & GLASS: French paperweight collection, sterling overlay, Dedham pottery Hugh Robertson Chelsea Keramic Art Works, Minton, Royal Vienna, Herend, Meissen plaque, Rose Medallion, Imari, Canton, DECORATIVE ARTS: Scenic Handel lamp, Pittsburgh lamp, 19th c pewter, bronze Buddhas, Greek icon, Nuo mask, Swiss music box, Louis Vuitton trunks, early Tibetan Thangkas, 18th c map, BOOKS, PRINTS & EPHEMERA: Letter signed by Admiral Farragut, JFK signed letter, General Jackson broadside, 19th c nautical charts, Voyage to South Seas 1740-1741, 26 volume set titled "Reports of Explorations & Surveys from Mississippi River to Pacific Ocean", 1855, stereoscopic cards, Penrhym lithograph, Japanese woodblocks, Currier & Ives lithos, TOYS & DOLLS: Chicken pull toy, 19th c Jenny Lind, dollhouse & dolls, furniture, miniature furniture by Augustus Hudson and Loring Cushing, Hingham, MA, Tammany bank, child's motorcycle Speed Byke, toys, Keystone trunks and fire engines, GOLD & SILVER COINS: Krugerrands, Morgan dollars, 1937 Buffalo nickel, Gold Walking Liberty, JEWELRY: Italian gold bracelet, gold & diamond necklace, gold charm bracelet, pearl necklace, diamond ring, 14kt. gold evening bag, sapphire & gold ring, platinum ladies watch, man's Rolex watch, MISC. & MILITARY: 18th c dirk, 16th c German gauntlet, Nuremburg Morion Targe shield, 18th c Scottish and Italian board swords, Civil War sword, 18th c flintlock, Brown Bess musket, map powder horns. This is only a partial list.
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