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Sale 1629

American Furniture, Folk & Decorative Arts
Tue, Apr 30 2019 10:00 AM

 
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Lot 1
Unrecorded hand-colored woodcut of Philadelphia. Derived from Nicholas Scull & George Head, An East Prospect of the City of Philadel...

Sold for $3,125 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 2
Painted low-back Windsor armchair, Philadelphia, PA, late 18th century

Sold for $2,340 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 3
Gold clasp, Joseph Richardson, SR. (1711-1784), Philadelphia, PA, circa 1750

Sold for $3,770 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 4
Cast iron fireback, After Thomas Potts, possibly Colebrookedale Furnace, PA, 20th century

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Lot 5
Stretcher table, Pennsylvania, late 18th century

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Lot 6
Continental School 18th century, Portrait of a gentleman with snuff box

Sold for $2,210 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 7
English boot pistol, circa 1770

Sold for $406 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 8
Pair of English Flintlock pistols, Manufactured by Perry, London, last quarter 18th century

Sold for $650 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 9
Inlaid mixed wood tabletop cupboard, Probably French, dated 1761

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Lot 10
English School 18th century, Portrait of a gentleman, circa 1775

Sold for $358 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 11
William & Mary walnut-veneered chest-on-stand, early 18th century

Sold for $688 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 12
English School 18th century, Two portraits: a lady and a gentleman, circa 1740

Sold for $1,250 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 13
Painted maple and ash bannister-back rush-seat armchair, New England, early 18th century

Sold for $531 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 14
Two Chinese Export porcelain Armorial plates and a soup plate, circa 1740

Sold for $1,000 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 15
Pine stretcher table, Possibly Philadelphia, PA, circa 1800

Sold for $163 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 16
Silkwork picture, England, dated 1732

Sold for $563 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 17
Fir hanging cupboard, Probably Pennsylvania, first half 18th century

Sold for $375 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 18
Walnut wainscot armchair, Pennsylvania, mid-18th century and later

Sold for $875 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 19
Walnut wainscot armchair, Southeastern Pennsylvania, first half 18th century

Sold for $1,063 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 20
William & Mary gumwood and walnut Kas, brooklyn, new york, 1760-1780

Sold for $11,250 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 21
Viva La Plume -The Writing Masters Invitation and Instruction, Philip Knap, Newburyport, MA, 1799

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Lot 22
Fraktur: bookplate, Margreth Himelberger, dated 1788

Sold for $1,690 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 23
Two black-painted hoop-back Windsor side chairs, Probably Philadelphia, PA, late 18th century

Sold for $438 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 24
Cotton Nine patch pattern quilt, First half 19th century

Sold for $520 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 25
Fan-back Windsor side chair, Philadelphia, PA, late 18th century

Sold for $125 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 26
Painted sack-back Windsor armchair, Philadelphia, PA, late 18th century

Sold for $406 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 27
Appliqued cotton Princess Feather quilt, late 19th century

Sold for $1,375 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 28
Painted William & Mary stretcher table, 18th century

Sold for $1,250 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 29
Two calligraphic rewards of merit, Deacon John Sprague (1786-1856) of Andover, Connecticut, dated 1820

Sold for $1,500 (buyer's premium included)
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Lot 30
Schwenkfelter Fraktur: Bookplate for Benjamin Rosenberg, 1823

Sold for $875 (buyer's premium included)
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