Name Marion Summer Auction
Auctioneer Marion Antique Auctions
Date(s) 7/27/2013
Location VFW 465 Mill Street
Marion, MA 02738
Buyer Premium A Buyer's Premium will be added to this bid if it is successful.
Saturday, July 27th at 10am Preview - Friday 1pm to 7pm & Saturday - 8am to 9:30am VFW, 465 Mill St, Rt 6, Marion, MA Marion Antique Auctions Live Online Bidding STERLING & COIN SILVER: Jensen Blossom pattern tray, Tiffany trays, Tiffany covered veg dish, flatware, kettle on stand, mint julep cups, Gorham tea set, R&B Francis I flatware set, Georgian silver ladle, coin silver FINE ART: Important "monkey courtroom" oil by Henry H Cross, Eugene Boudin oil, Theodore Robinson oil, A. Durer wood engraving, L D Eldred landscape painting & etchings, C H Gifford, woodblocks by Margaret Patterson, J B Reid, Cecil Clark Davis, C P Ream still life, A. Stevenson, Samuel Lancaster Gerry, John Loos, Whistler etching, Wyeth watercolor, 18th c Italian landscape painting, 3 Goya etchings GARDEN ANTIQUES: Large pair ornate wrought iron gates, 17th c carved sandstone sundial, 19th c granite cornices, pr cement lions DECORATIVE ARTS: 19th c carved and gilded eagle, Nantucket basket by Dias, Chinese lacquer sewing box CERAMICS, GLASS, METALWARE: Teco vase, Baccarat whale, 19th c Irish cut glass covered urns, cut glass punch bowl, pitcher, Wavecrest box, colored Pairpoint, 19th c Rose Medallion covered boxes, Leeds basket, blue Cloisonne, Canton, Copeland Spode, Roseville BOOKS, EPHEMERA & PHOTOGRAPHY: Important handwritten signed poem by Edgar A Poe, letter by Mary Cassatt, ships passport signed by Pres. Tyler, 19th c map of New Bedford & Westport, nautical charts, colored litho with maritime flags, document signed by Elbridge Gerry, collection of daguerreotypes, interesting early Montana & Utah photos, 19th c documents related to the Whaling RUGS & TEXTILES: Herez, Caucasian scatter rugs, Turkoman, Kurdish, Karaja, New Bedford sampler, 2 mid-19th c Chintz quilts WHALING ITEMS: Whalebone swagger stick, cane, whales teeth CLOCKS & INSTRUMENTS: Tiffany clocks, English celestial globe G Adams London, E Howard banjo clock, cased Naval sextant, stick barometer, Edison phonograph JEWELRY: 14kt gold & diamond bracelet, 14kt gold alligator pin, Jensen rings & bracelets FURNITURE: George III chest on chest, 19th c inlaid Italian corner cabinet, inlaid Federal card table, inlaid Federal knife box, Federal 4 poster bed, classical sideboard, American QA side chair, great wicker MISC: Conti bronze pushing men bookends, cow pull toy, dog doorstops, still banks, miniature bird decoys, Carter Smith decoy, early lighting, Queen Victoria pub sign, rare ukulele. This is only a partial listing. Please visit our website for online catalog. Tel. 1-508-748-3606, Live bidding at: VISA, MC, & AmEx accepted. 18% buyer's premium, 3% discount for cash or check. Marion Antique Shop & Turkey Creek Auctions, Frank McNamee, Manager, C. David Glynn, Auctioneer, MA Lic. #583
Auction Terms & Conditions CONDITIONS OF SALE Bidding on items indicated acceptance of the following terms: 1. A Buyer's Premium will be added to the Hammer Price of each lot: the Buyer's Premium is 18%, 3% discount for cash or good check. Mastercard, VISA and American Express accepted. Bidders holding a valid Massachusetts or out-of-state resale number, must provide their certificate or a copy thereof when registering or they will be required to pay 6.25% Massachusetts Sales Tax on purchases. 2. All goods are sold "AS IS" and all sales are final. Condition reports are not included in this catalog. It is the responsibility of prospective bidders to examine lots and decide their level of interest. Neither the auctioneer, nor the consignor, is responsible for the accuracy of any printed or verbal descriptions. All weights and measurements are approximate. 3. The auctioneer has the sole right to settle disputed bids and decide whether or not to reoffer the lot. 4. The record of sale kept by the auction house will be taken as final in the event of any dispute. 5. The purchaser assumers complete responsibility for items at the fall of the hammer. 6. Absentee bids will be executed as a convenience to customers when possible; the auction house will not be held responsible for any errors or failures to accurately execute bids. Bidders must to submit absentee bids at least 1 hour prior to the start of the auction. 7. The auction will be held simultaneously on The buyer's premium is 18% for all purchases via Live Auctioneers. Prospective bidders must register and be approved prior to placing bids or bidding live. 8. Items may be withdrawn at any time prior to the offering of each lot. 9. The auctioneer reserves the right to reject an opening bid that, in his opinion, is not commensurate with the value of the lot. 10. The auction house reserves the right to hold property until checks clear. Potential buyers of expensive lots should discuss payment before the sale. A service charge of 1.5% will be added to unpaid balances 30 days after the sale date. If a check fails to clear after a second deposit, the purchaser will be held responsible for any and all fees incurred until we have collected good funds. 11. Payment is due at the end of each sale, or upon receipt of an invoice, unless other arrangements have been authorized by the auction house. Shipping is arranged as a courtesy and at the buyer's expense. Regardless of the shipping method, Marion Antique Auctions, must have received cleared funds to release property. Shipping may take up to two weeks after payment is received. C. David Glynn, Auctioneer, MA lic#583 Frank H. McNamee, Sales Manager --------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------ Terms Of Use

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