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Sale 1613

British & European Furniture, Decorative Arts & Paintings
Tue, Oct 16 2018 10:00 AM

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Friday, October 12th 10:00am-5:00pm
Saturday, October, 13th 12:00-5:00pm
Sunday, October 14th 12:00-5:00pm
Monday, October 15th 10:00am-5:00pm
By appointment only on the morning of the sale.

Notes for Buyers

Nicholas Nicholson

267.414.1212

nnicholson@freemansauction.com

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Lot 91
An Austrian silver-mounted hippo tusk cigar cutter, Georg Adam Scheid, Vienna, circa 1900

Sold for $4,225 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 92
An Austrian silver two-handled serving tray, mark possibly for Franz Rumwolf, Vienna, 1872-1922

Sold for $715 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 93
A pair of Austrian silver-mounted cut-glass claret jugs, Franz Rumwolf, Vienna, circa 1900

Sold for $1,250 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 94
A German silver-gilt repoussé covered and footed beaker, Sigmund Bierfreund, Nuremberg, circa 1665

Sold for $2,340 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 95
A German silver gilt repoussé covered cup with female finial, Bemberg, late 17th century

Sold for $3,750 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 96
A central European silver-gilt repoussé beaker vase decorated with animals, marks illegible, likely late 17th/early 18th century

Sold for $9,100 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 97
A silver-gilt tankard on three ball feet, possibly German or Polish, engraved 1716

Sold for $4,550 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 98
A German silver beaker, Cornelius Poppe, Augsburg, first quarter 18th century

Unsold
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Lot 99
A German parcel-gilt silver covered cup, unknown maker HL, Nuremberg, 18th century

Sold for $1,040 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 100
A Polish parcel-gilt silver beaker, makers mark IS, probably Breslau, first quarter 18th century

Sold for $455 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 101
A pair of Polish silver beakers, makers mark DW, Breslau, first quarter 18th century

Sold for $813 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 102
A pair of Continental silver Renaissance Revival lobed bowls, likely German, bearing spurious marks, likely 19th century

Unsold
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Lot 103
An associated pair of Continental silver Empire wine coasters, one with indistinct French marks, 1809-1819

Sold for $1,000 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 104
An Italian silver Neoclassical style four-piece tea and coffee service, indistinct makers mark possibly RC, mid 20th century

Unsold
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Lot 106
A Scandinavian silver armorial centerpiece bowl, unknown maker CP*, 18th century

Unsold
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Lot 107
A Chinese export silver rectangular two handled tea tray, with Chinese character marks to underside, early 20th century

Sold for $750 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 108
A Mexican sterling silver seven-piece tea and coffee service, Otaduy, 20th century

Sold for $3,250 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 109
An American sterling silver five-piece tea and coffee service, Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, 20th century

Sold for $1,105 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 110
An American sterling silver seven-piece flatware service for twelve, Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, 20th century

Sold for $3,250 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 111
An assembled American sterling silver five-piece flatware service for eighteen, Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, 20th century

Sold for $2,125 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 112
An American sterling silver Art Nouveau three-handled vase, Reed & Barton, Taunton, MA, circa 1890

Sold for $3,250 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 113
An American sterling silver eight-piece flatware service for eighteen, Towle Silversmiths, Newburyport, MA, 20th century

Sold for $3,250 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 114
An American sterling silver hand-hammered five-piece tea and coffee service, Whiting Mfg. Co., North Attleboro, MA, circa 1900

Sold for $938 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 115
An American sterling silver six-piece tea and coffee service, Whiting Mfg. Co., North Attleboro, MA, circa 1890

Sold for $3,000 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 116
An American sterling silver two-handled serving tray, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 20th century

Sold for $2,470 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 117
An extensive American sterling silver fifteen-piece flatware service for twelve, Gorham Mfg. Co., Providence, RI, 20th century

Sold for $3,375 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 118
An American sterling silver two-handled tray, Tiffany & Co., New York, 1907-1947

Sold for $3,500 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 119
Twelve American sterling silver service dishes, Tiffany & Co., New York, 1907-1947

Sold for $8,750 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 120
An extensive American sterling silver twenty-three flatware service for eighteen, Tiffany & Co., New York, circa 1900

Sold for $37,500 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 121
A pair of George II Brittania silver armorial candlesticks, likely Ebenezer Coker, London, no visible datemark

Sold for $1,188 (buyer's premium included)
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