Name 3rd Annual Thanksgiving Weekend Auction
Auctioneer Marion Antique Auctions
Date(s) 11/30/2013
Sat, Nov 30, 2013 at 11 AM
Preview Date/Time Viewing - Fri - 2pm to 7pm & Sat - 8am to 10:30am
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.
Sat, Nov 30, 2013 at 11 AM Viewing - Fri - 2pm to 7pm & Sat - 8am to 10:30am - VFW, 465 Mill St, Rt 6, Marion, MA Featuring collections of Anna Emond of Village Braider Antiques, Mattapoisett historian Seth Mendall, more from George Decas, Estate of Theresa Crowley along with select additions. FINE ART: Wm Trost Richards, Cephas Thompson, Cephas Giovanni Thompson, Carl Weber, P Menotti, Philip Little, attrib Ernest Lawson, attrib Marion Boyd Allen, George Appleton Brown, H H Ahl, Otis Weber, Marshall Johnson Jr, Edward Gay, Japanese woodblock Hiroshige, George Algernoon Fothergill, Raoul Martinez, T F Wainewright, FURNITURE: Fed card table w Samuel McIntire type carving, 3 French curio cabinets w painted scenes, Italian renaissance revival desk, Geo III inlaid mahogany sideboard, 18th c Louis XV sofa & matching fauteuils, 18th c vargueno, American tiger maple slant-lid desk, 18th c cherry high chest w shell carving possibly Newport, 10 figured maple dining chairs, 3 part cherry Fed dining table, 1890's wicker, DECORATIVE ARTS: miniature horse weathervane by Jewell, canes w figural handles & whale bone cane, QA brass candlesticks, STERLING & COIN SILVER: Rare sterl & gold Etruscan pattern serving pcs by Shiebler, Tiffany handled trophy, George Jensen, Kirk, flatware Chrysanthemum, Francis 1st, Camellia, Wedgwood patterns, David Carlson footed salts, Gorham tea set, Danish Cohr serving pcs, Swedish Biornstedt, Gorham coin tea set, CERAMICS, GLASS: Tiffany compote, Herend choc set, historic Staffordshire Lafayette, Rose Medallion, Chinese export, Mettlach steins, amberina, Nippon, black mark Belleek, C. Kaziun & Perthshire paperweights, Baccarat, Sandwich, marbles, RUGS: semi antique Herez, Turkish Oushak style, Sarouk, Caucasian, CLOCKS & INSTRUMENTS: French brass regulator, Tiffany inlaid mahog mantel clock, Eli Terry pillar & scroll, JEWELRY: Jugendstil pendant by Heinrich Levinger, gold charm bracelet, gold & diamond ladies rings, David Yurman sterl double cuff bracelet, native Amer sterl silver bracelets, Scottish snuff mull, TOYS & DOLLS: Milton Bradley Zoetrope Wheel of Life, Wolferine drummer, German bisque dolls, Steiff rocking horse & Peter monkey, Schuco teddy bear, PAPER & EPHEMERA: incredible journal w watercolor whaling scenes, 19th c whaling & shipping papers from Rochester, MA, 1st ed Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter, 18th c map book-Europe, 1856 map of Rochester, 1896 Milton atlas, postcards, MISC: Swiss music box, child's Little Daisy sewing machine, child's Little Eva working cook stove, dog doorstops, decoys, Penn coverlet, Kentucky rifles, 1/2 plate daguerreotype & more Directions: Take exit 20 off Rt 195 onto Rt 105 South towards Marion, turn right onto Rt 6. VFW is on right. VISA, MC & AmEx accepted. 18% buyer's premium, 3% disc for cash or check. Sale conducted by Marion Antique Auctions. Frank McNamee, Manager, C. David Glynn, Auctioneer, MA lic#583, tel. 508-748-3606 Online catalog: or Live bidding 21% buyer's premium at:
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