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January 26, 2019 Auction Highlights

Thank you for a very successful Winter catalog auction! Over 4700 registered bidders from 65 different countries competed to drive record results and the highest sale total in company history. The highest selling lot was a female sculpture carving by Tennessee artist, William Edmondson, realizing $324,000 (including the buyers premium). The auction was 859 lots featuring art, antiques, and jewelry from the estates of Jim Maconkey, S. Carolina; Delle Brown, Nashville; Bernard Werthan, Nashville; Olen Bryant, Clarksville; Martha Lyman, Dayton; the collections of Nancy Walton, Knoxville; Brad Swanson, Abingdon VA; Benjamin C. Dysart III, Brentwood; Johnny Maddox, Gallatin; H.R. Slaymaker, Nashville; and the Hunter Museum, Chattanooga, and from other fine Southern collections and estates. NOTE: ALL REALIZED PRICES INCLUDE THE BUYER’S PREMIUM. 

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110 Lot 110: William Edmondson Sculpture, "Miss Lucy" William Edmondson Sculpture, "Miss Lucy" Lot 110: William Edmondson Sculpture, "Miss Lucy"

William Edmondson (American/Tennessee, 1874-1951), “Miss Lucy,” carved limestone sculpture depicting a standing woman, wearing a high collared dress and a carved locket, with long elaborately braided hair, holding a purse in one hand and a book, presumably The Bible, in the other. 15 1/2″ H x 4 3/4″ W x 8″ D. 28.4 lbs, Circa 1930/1935. Exhibited,Ê”Will Edmondson’s Mirkels,” the Tennessee Fine Arts Center at Cheekwood (April 12 through May 21, 1964), and listed as #6 in the catalog, published by Louise Dahl-Wolfe. Artist’s Biography: William Edmondson was born in Davidson County, Tennessee, the son of freed slaves, and worked most of his life as a railroad employee and janitor. A spiritual experience at the age of 57 prompted him to begin sculpting limestone using a railroad spike as chisel, and he claimed divine inspiration for the works produced during his 17 year art career. Women, Biblical figures and animals were among his favored subjects, although he also produced more utilitarian items such as tombstones and birdbaths. In 1937, Edmondson became the first African American artist to have a solo show at the Museum of Modern Art, and he is regarded as one of the most important self-taught artists of the 20th century. Provenance: The estate of Janet Marsh Pruitt (Mrs. Earl Pruitt) of Pennsylvania, formerly of Nashville, Tennessee. By descent from her parents, Ross and Anna Marsh. Mrs. Marsh acquired the sculpture from a member of the Art Department – likely Professor Sidney Hirsch- while working for Peabody College in Nashville, just a few blocks from where Edmondson lived. Professor Hirsch (who frequently walked past Edmondson’s house) is credited with introducing Edmondson to well-connected arts patrons Alfred and Elizabeth Starr and Harper’s Bazaar photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe. Wolfe’s now-famous photographs of Edmondson and his yard full of limestone sculptures brought him to the attention of the New York art world and gained him the acquaintance of Alfred Barr, Jr., director of the Museum of Modern Art.Ê Unlike many Edmondson figures acquired by Nashvillians in the days before Edmondson gained international fame, “Miss Lucy” was not kept outside as garden sculpture. Mrs. Marsh told her family the limestone figure was always used inside as a doorstop (which has helped the sculpture avoid surface bleaching and erosion). According to the exhibit catalog, which quoted the Marshes, “Miss Lucy” was a good member of Edmondson’s Nashville Primitive Baptist church who had been “uplifted to heaven.” CONDITION: Overall very good condition, one minor abrasion to lower section of hair, scattered wear to base, old chip to front left corner. Small area of abrasion to one side (arm area) from former use as a doorstop. Remnants of an exhibition tag and the number 6 written in marker on underside. [See more photos →]

$324,000.00
155 Lot 155: C A Haun Earthenware Pottery Jar, Greene Co., TN C A Haun Earthenware Pottery Jar, Greene Co., TN Lot 155: C A Haun Earthenware Pottery Jar, Greene Co., TN

Christopher Alexander Haun (Greene County, TN, 1821-1861) lead and copper oxide decorated earthenware jar. Ovoid form with tapered rim edge, symmetrical extruded lug handles, bulbous midsection tapering to a beaded base. Unglazed bottom. Coggled band on upper shoulder with stylized lettering “C A Haun No. 1″ and elaborate tread stamp designs at the base of the handles. 13″ H x 10 1/2” dia. Provenance: Greene Co., TN Family. Note: One of a small group of marked C. A. Haun jars known, the stylized “C. A. Haun No. 1” script on this example varies slightly from other examples. The tread stamps on the handles are very similar to the tread stamp pattern on a C. A. Haun marked earthenware ring bottle sold by this auction house in July 2014. Historical Note: Christopher Alexander Haun was a Union sympathizer during the Civil War and participated in burning a Confederate railroad bridge (Lick Creek) in Greene County, TN. This important event in East Tennessee’s Civil War history was initiated with a campaign by Union loyalists to burn 9 bridges. It was led by William B. Carter and strongly supported and encouraged by President Abraham Lincoln. Several potters from the Pottertown, TN area were among the men who conspired and succeeded in burning the bridge. The potters decided not to capture or kill the Confederate bridge guards but allowed them to go free based upon their solemn promises to not reveal their identities. Union troops did not materialize as promised, and the Confederates were able to pursue and capture some of the perpetrators. The Confederate guards, who were allowed to live, were the very ones who served as witnesses to implicate the five men who were hung, four of them potters. Among those sentenced to hang was the potter Christopher Alexander Haun. In his last hours, Haun wrote to his wife and said “have Bohanan, Hinshaw or Low to finish off that ware and do the best you can with it for your support”. On December 11th, 1861, Haun was hung from the gallows in Knoxville, TN. CONDITION: Old chip near base (1 3/4″ width) with some smaller scattered chips in proximity to larger chip, old stain residue to midsection of vessel, interior with chips and glaze flaking. [See more photos →]

$36,000.00
296 Lot 296: Confederate 1st Model Griswold revolver, SN 133 Confederate 1st Model Griswold revolver, SN 133 Lot 296: Confederate 1st Model Griswold revolver, SN 133

Confederate Griswold 1st Model 1851 Navy type percussion revolver, .38 caliber, serial number 133, all visible serial numbers matching. Wedge, left side of leading lever, left side of trigger guard and back strap, and interior of grips in channel marked with "V". Walnut stocks, round barrel, brass trigger guard and back strap, iron mounted, steel frame pins, checkered hammer, standard sights, loading lever. Three ring binder with previous James D. Juilia, Inc. sale record included with the lot. Barrel length – 7 1/2". Barrel length – 12 1/2". Provenance: Ex-Dick Kennedy Collection, Atlanta, Georgia. Purchased from James D. Juilia, Inc., April 2017. Ex-Jim Williams Collection, Atlanta, Georgia. Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. Note: This is among the earliest serial numbers noted in the standard production 1st model revolver made near Macon, Georgia. CONDITION: Action is OK. Pepper pitting to barrel and mountings. Chips to stocks. Barrel, wedge, and loading lever are loose in frame. Good to very good overall, metal shows old cleaning with staining and pitting. SN's and cryptics are all crisp and easily discerned. Gun appears totally original and complete externally with exception of loading lever screw. Grips are sound and solid with some sanding on bottoms with small putty repairs to inside toes. Front sight is an improvised blade which utilized the original pin base which appears contemporary to use. Mechanically gun indexes sporadically and only holds half cock. Discernible rifling is found in pitted bore. [See more photos →]

$21,760.00
523 Lot 523: Wolf Kahn Oil on Canvas Landscape, Glow on the Ridge Wolf Kahn Oil on Canvas Landscape, Glow on the Ridge Lot 523: Wolf Kahn Oil on Canvas Landscape, Glow on the Ridge

Wolf Kahn (New York/Vermont, born 1927) oil on canvas painting, “Glow on the Ridge,” colorful landscape depicting a cabin set amid fiery yellow and orange trees, with a purple and yellow sunset overhead. Signed lower left. Numbered 97-1990 and titled in pen en verso. Label en verso from the Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, NC. Float mounted in a giltwood molded frame. 22″ x 28″ sight, 32 3/8″ x 26 3/4″ framed. Provenance: Private Middle Tennessee collection, purchased from Jerald Melberg Gallery circa 1990. Biography: Wolf Kahn studied under Abstract Expressionist painter Hans Hofmann (later becoming Hofmann’s studio assistant) and at the University of Chicago. He is known for his works which blend abstractionism and realism with Color Field painting. CONDITION: Excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$21,760.00
130 Lot 130: Pair of Federal Period Girandole Mirrors Pair of Federal Period Girandole Mirrors Lot 130: Pair of Federal Period Girandole Mirrors

Rare pair of American Federal Period Girandole Convex Looking Glasses, white pine (pinus strobus, by microanalysis) and composition ornament, with iron armature, gessoed and gilded; each convex mirror plate with ebonized surround, surmounted by a carved gilt eagle on plinth flanked by acanthus leaves, giltwood balls on metal chains suspended from the eagle’s mouth, two candle arms issuing from acanthus leaves at the lowermost edge of the mirror, with gilt brass or bronze candle cups and cut crystal drip pans. Approx. 40″ x 27″ x 10″. Circa 1810. Exhibited, Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York, 2007, “For Work & For Play, A Selection of Neoclassical Furniture,” no. 46 (not in catalog). Provenance: Private collection until 2004; to Hirschl & Adler Galleries; to private Nashville collection, 2004 to present. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with some minor restoration to carved elements and gilded surface, including the gilt lacquered surface on the candle cups; light wear and shrinkage crazing to gilding; light clouding and oxidation to silvering. Glass drip pans and gilt brass bobeches are period-style replacements. Mirror 1 – Repaired breaks at drop, at front tip of eagle’s right wing, and tip of acanthus leaf at top right above mirror. Mirror 2- Re-gilding to area on eagle’s head. The rectangular metal plates (en verso) attaching candle arms to mirror appear replaced. [See more photos →]

$20,480.00
577 Lot 577: Tiffany Studios Bronze Lily Pad Mirror Tiffany Studios Bronze Lily Pad Mirror Lot 577: Tiffany Studios Bronze Lily Pad Mirror

Tiffany Studios “Lily Pad” Mirror, also known as the Pond Lily Mirror; beveled oval dressing mirror framed by sinuous intertwined bronze vines, supported on a lily pad base. Mirror tilts to reveal an engraved script monogram, “LC”, on reverse. Stamped TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK 899 on the back plate and “V” on underside. 19 13/8″ H x 15 1/2″ W x 11″ D. 15.9. Circa 1904. Provenance: Private collection, ex-Macklowe Gallery, New York. CONDITION: Warm rich green-brown patina with three tiny spots of bright green oxidation to lily pads at right hand side; oxidation verso; some minor dark spotting to edges of mirror under the glass. Rounded beveled edge to glass. [See more photos →]

$20,480.00
265 Lot 265: Battle of Shiloh Polk Pattern Bible Flag, S.D.J. Lewis Battle of Shiloh Polk Pattern Bible Flag, S.D.J. Lewis Lot 265: Battle of Shiloh Polk Pattern Bible Flag, S.D.J. Lewis

Battle of Shiloh, Major General Leonidas Polk pattern personal/bible flag, presented to S. Duff J. Lewis, 12th Battalion, Tennessee Cavalry. Flag comprised of machine sewn appliqued red and white silk on blue silk ground with eleven stitched stars in gold silk thread, obverse, appliqued white silk cross and oval with stitched "SHILOH" in red thread, reverse. Blue silk loop, top right corner. Also includes a cabinet card portrait of Lewis with Wallin, Birmingham, AL studio marks. Signed by Lewis with later genealogical information, en verso. Flag housed under double sided glass in a frame. Case wishes to thank Military Historian Greg Biggs for his essay with additional information on this flag (see attached report). Flag – 11 1/2" H x 7 1/2" W. Cabinet card – 6 5/8" H x 4 3/8" W. Mid 19th century. Provenance: Descended in the family of S. Duff J. Lewis. Note: BIBLE/PERSONAL FLAG OF S. DUFF J. LEWIS, 12TH TENNESSEE CAVALRY BATTALION IN A RARE POLK CORPS CONFIGURATION: This essay will cover the known details of a small Bible or personal flag formerly owned by Pvt. S. Duff J. Lewis, later of the 12th Tennessee Cavalry Battalion. As will be shown, some speculation, backed by evidence of location of Pvt. Lewis at a specific time frame, will be necessary as the record is not clear as to when exactly this flag was issued to or made for him. The flag itself is of a unique pattern and this will also be covered in this essay along with the unit history of the 12th Tennessee Cavalry Battalion and Lewis' war record as shown in the Compiled Service Records file from the National Archives. Pvt. S. Duff J. Lewis. According to information supplied to me by Case Antiques, Lewis came from a family where his father was a Methodist minister. Based on the unit he would join as to where it was formed and would fight in the Civil War, Lewis was from East Tennessee. While he is listed in the Compiled Service Records of the 12th Tennessee Cavalry Battalion (as Duff Lewis), he apparently did not join that unit with the rank of private until later in the war, possibly as late as February 1864. Prior to his joining that unit, Lewis was working for the Confederate Quartermaster Corps as a clerk in the military post office in the Department of East Tennessee which was under the command of General George Crittenden in September 1861. He apparently worked for Tennessee State Quartermaster officer Major Samuel T. Bicknell, who had been appointed as quartermaster in Knoxville, Tennessee by state governor Isham Harris. Bicknell would later apply to be a quartermaster in the Confederate Army with the endorsements of Confederate Senator Gustavus Henry and Confederate Postmaster General John Reagan. The forces of George Crittenden, under the tactical command of General Felix Zollicoffer, were defeated badly at the Battle of Mill Springs, Kentucky in mid-January 1862. Zollicoffer was killed in action and the army routed. Falling back into East Tennessee, many of the troops were then transferred to Corinth, Mississippi where a new Confederate army was being formed.Lewis in the Collapse of the Confederate Line in Tennessee and Counter Offensive at Shiloh. By March 1862, five different Confederate armies were defending the large Department Number Two, which ran from the Appalachian Mountains westward across the Mississippi River into Arkansas and Missouri. West of the river was the Army of the West under Generals Earl Van Dorn and Sterling Price (formerly of the Missouri State Guard). East of the river was General Leonidas Polk's Grand Division, holding from Memphis, Tennessee northward to Columbus, Kentucky, a huge fortress on the bluffs above the river. At Forts Henry and Donelson on the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers near Middle Tennessee was the large garrison under General John B. Floyd, while to the northeast in Bowling Green, Kentucky, the Army of Central Kentucky defended the railroad to Nashville. This army was commanded by General William J. Hardee while department command General Albert Sidney Johnston was also present. Arriving in January 1862 from Virginia, was General P.G.T. Beauregard who assumed command over Polk as assistant department commander to Johnston. Lastly, split between Mobile, Alabama and Pensacola, Florida was the Army of Mobile and Pensacola under General Braxton Bragg.With the capture of Forts Henry and Donelson by mid-February, 1862, the vast majority of its garrison and the subsequent loss of the Tennessee state capital of Nashville only a few days later, the entire defense line of the Confederates collapsed. It was to reform along the Tennessee/Alabama/Mississippi border with the new base at Corinth, Mississippi becoming the rendezvous point. This town became a focal point thanks to the two railroads that joined there (including the most important track in the Confederacy, the Memphis & Charleston Railroad) and its closeness to the Tennessee River. This allowed the basing of a vast amount of supplies. Polk's Grand Division, the Army of Central Kentucky and Bragg's forces were ordered to meet at Corinth along with the Army of the West (although they would not arrive until after the Battle of Shiloh fought in early April) for the coming Confederate counter-offensive. A brigade was sent from New Orleans (Department Number One) as additional reinforcements as well as the remnants of Crittenden's and Zollicoffer's commands from East Tennessee, now under General (and former U.S. Vice President) John C. Breckinridge. On March 29, 1862, general orders were issued from General Johnston to form the new Army of the Mississippi, as their mission was the defense of the Mississippi River Valley. Polk's command became the First Corps (two divisions of two brigades each); Bragg's the Second Corps (two divisions of three brigades each), Hardee's the Third Corps (three large brigades) and Breckinridge's the Reserve Corps (three brigades).At some point in early 1862, Lewis transferred to the command of Major David Sullins (also listed as Sullens). Sullins, a Kentuckian, and former chaplain of the 19th Tennessee Infantry (an East Tennessee raised regiment), became a brigade quartermaster on January 7, 1862 in the division of General Crittenden, specifically the Second Brigade. With the transfer of those troops to Corinth after the Mill Springs disaster, Sullins and Lewis went along. This is based on two invoices in Lewis' file signed by Sullins as well as documents in Sullins' file. Sullins was then appointed as Brigade Quartermaster for Colonel W.S. Statham's Third Brigade (later Fourth Brigade) of the Reserve Corps, whose troops had fought at Mill Springs and whose brigade was created out of the two brigades from that battle (less a couple regiments who remained in East Tennessee). Indeed, one invoice, dated May 15, 1862, states that Lewis was being paid for, "one month's service as clerk in Brigade Quartermaster's Department from 31st March 1862 to 30th April, 1862". A second invoice for pay from April 30 to June 15, 1862 also covers Lewis' time serving with Sullins. Both are during the time frame of the Third and evolution into the Fourth Brigade, Reserve Corps which came later in April 1862. Invoices for both brigades can also be found in Sullins' file. These notations on the early history of the Army of the Mississippi and the cited invoice are important as it places Lewis in the right place and time to have enabled him to receive the flag in question for the Battle of Shiloh which was fought on April 6-7, 1862 in West Tennessee. Initially a Confederate victory, Union reinforcements arrived during the night of April 6th and on the next day launched a counter-attack that slowly drove the Confederates from the field. General Albert Sidney Johnston was killed in action and command of the army fell upon the shoulders of General Beauregard who ordered a retreat back to Corinth. Sullins resigned as a quartermaster in October 1862 but a month later he noted, "Capt. J.F.J. Lewis has been with me as my Assist. in the Q.M. Dept., since Jan. inst.," and goes on to recommend him as a quartermaster in the Confederate Army. While he gets his first name incorrect, he also, for some reason, lists Lewis as a captain. Nothing in Lewis' file bears out this promotion.Lewis did remain with the Quartermaster Department into 1863, where in January he was posted to the depot in Tullahoma, Tennessee, southwest of Murfreesboro. He remained there until the Confederate Army of Tennessee had been forced out of the Middle Tennessee region by a Union army under General William S. Rosecrans in the Tullahoma Campaign of June/early July, which led directly to the capture of Chattanooga in early September. Such supplies as could be saved from Tullahoma were loaded onto trains and sent to Georgia, primarily Dalton and as far south as Kingston, as the Battle of Chickamauga raged in mid-September. The victorious Confederates pursued Rosecrans back to Chattanooga but could never capture the city although they laid siege to it. That was broken in late November with massive Union reinforcements the Confederates falling back to Dalton, Georgia for the winter. In February 1864, Lewis began working at the depot in Kingston, Georgia and remained there into June, before the Union armies of General William T. Sherman forced that depot to be evacuated towards Atlanta. Here he worked for Captain A.L. Hamilton, another former chaplain turned quartermaster who, like Sullins, also worked for General George Crittenden in East Tennessee. One payroll invoice in Lewis' file mentions his Kingston service. One last notation states that Lewis was working for Hamilton as late as July 22, 1864, as the battles swirled around Atlanta itself at this time. While nowhere in the Lewis' Compiled Service Record states a date, it was probably in mid-1864 when he joined the 12th Tennessee Cavalry Battalion, and may have been on detached service from them remaining in the quartermaster department or perhaps serving in the field with that command. The record is not clear at all on this.After the war, Lewis married Helen Arthur of Kentucky and lived in Knoxville, Tennessee. His daughter, Eliza, married William K. McClure in 1889. In April 1938, she wrote (as Mrs. W.K. McClure) to the U.S. War Department asking for information about her father's war record and she received a response that features both typed and hand written paragraphs. This letter is also in Lewis' file.12th Tennessee Cavalry Battalion. A detailed history of this unit is not needed but since Lewis' file is with them, some history might be helpful. This battalion was formed on September 1, 1862 from several companies of partisan rangers that had been raised in East Tennessee pursuant to the Partisan Rangers Act of April 1862. These companies had been raised in Hawkins County and Greene County as well as the towns of Greenville, Morristown and Knoxville. Major T.W. Adrian was in command until his death in November 1862 whereupon Major Frank Phipps and soon after Major George Day (later Lt. Colonel).Their first action was in the Kentucky Campaign of August-October, 1862 where they fought in the cavalry brigade of Joseph Wheeler. After the campaign's conclusion, they were transferred to the brigade of Colonel John Scott, Department of East Tennessee. In mid-June 1863, the 12th Tennessee Cavalry Battalion was consolidated with the 16th Tennessee Cavalry Battalion to become Rucker's Legion, led by Col. Edmund Rucker. The new command fought in the Chickamauga Campaign of September as part of Wheeler's cavalry corps before being sent back to East Tennessee where they would fight during the miserable winter of 1863/1864.With Rucker's transfer to Mississippi, his legion was disbanded in February 1864 and both battalions reverted to their old formations. Now part of the Department of East Tennessee and Western Virginia, the 12th Tennessee Cavalry Battalion became part of General John C. Vaughn's Brigade with whom they would serve for the rest of the war fighting in the Valley of Virginia to upper East Tennessee. When the news of Robert E. Lee's surrender at Appomattox on April 9, 1865 arrived, the battalion and the rest of the Confederate troops in this department disbanded and went home. If Lewis joined this battalion after July 1864 he would have been involved with their war history as part of Vaughn's Brigade for the rest of the war. Confederate Bible or Personal Flags: To date there has not been any written essay covering the topic of Confederate Bible or personal flags. This is a shame as there are a number of them still extant and their existence can add to our knowledge of how flags can have a personal connection to home in addition to the unit battle flags presented in the early phases of the Civil War to companies and regiments as they formed.These flags were typically made by ladies from the home towns or counties from where men derived to form combat units. Some went off to war with soldiers in 1861 while others would be made during the war and sent to them by mail. Their sizes varied from three by four inches to one by two feet. Some of the larger ones were flown on tents and indeed a famous image of the Clinch Rifles, 5th Georgia Infantry, shows just such a flag being flown from the top of a tent with some troops depicted in front. The epithet "Bible flag" comes from their probable use, at least for the much smaller flags of this type, as patriotic book marks used by soldiers as they read their Bibles. Although smaller than the aforementioned personal flags, even these varied in both sizes and quality of manufacture. The vast majority of these flags I have seen are of the First National pattern. There are some of the Second National pattern and even Third National but the First National pattern dominates. The star counts also vary although no flag historian has ever created a data base of these to track that. Some stars are ornate while I have seen others that are two simple crossed stitches including one in the collections of the Tennessee State Library and Archives bearing fifteen such stars. This flag was made in Nashville. Very unique to these flags are those of a battle flag pattern as used by the Army of the Mississippi/Army of Tennessee.Battle Flags of the Army of the Mississippi/Army of Tennessee. The four components of the army that formed in Corinth, Mississippi in March 1862 brought, in two cases, unique battle flags that had been adopted earlier in 1862. Polk's Grand Division, later Polk's Corps, developed a flag based on Episcopal Church heritage and heraldry. Polk, a West Point graduate who was also an ordained Episcopal minister, was Bishop of the Southwest before the war. This flag utilized a red Cross of St. George (+) bearing thirteen white stars on a blue field. The first version lacked the white fimbration that ran between the cross and field. Forty five of these were made of bulk purchased dress silk in Memphis, Tennessee in January 1862 and sent to Polk's troops who were in upper West Tennessee as well as the area around Columbus, Kentucky. Of these only three survive today.In August 1862 a second version of this flag was made for Polk's corps, especially General Benjamin F. Cheatham's Division just prior to the start of the Kentucky Campaign. These flags, made of wool with cotton stars, were smaller, bore only eleven white stars and added white fimbration to the red cross. These battle flags remained in use into 1863. It is not known how many were made of this version and only a few survive today. The Army of Central Kentucky, stationed at Bowling Green, Kentucky received their distinctive battle flags also in January 1862. Made by a local sewing circle from a design by General Simon B. Buckner, these simple flags were also blue bearing a white circle. This circle bore the unit designation of each regiment. There was a white hoist edge. Buckner's Division brought these flags to Fort Donelson when they were transferred there in February 1862. With the rest of the army becoming known as Hardee's Corps, the name of this battle flag has come to be known as the Hardee pattern. Hardee's Corps would use these through 1863 when they were replaced by the rectangular Augusta Depot Southern Cross pattern. From 1864 until the end of the war, however, Patrick Cleburne's Division not only continued to use this pattern, but received two newer versions as the year progressed. Bragg's Corps, which came up from Mobile and Pensacola to Corinth, carried mostly First National flags and upon arrival, General Bragg was informed that his corps would henceforth carry a flag based on the Southern Cross pattern that Beauregard had been instrumental in getting adopted by the army in Virginia when he was there in the fall of 1861. This flag had diagonally crossed blue bars (X) with white fimbration bearing twelve white stars (with six pointed stars) on a red field. Three sides of the flag were bordered in yellow. The flags were roughly square. Made in New Orleans and shipped to Corinth, they became known as the Bragg Pattern battle flag. Polk's Corps had a set made as well but they did not arrive in time for use at Shiloh and equipped the corps after that battle although mostly replaced in August by the second version of the Polk Corps flag. Breckinridge's Reserve Corps (later his division) used mostly First National flags although in May 1862 would also create their own distinctive flags. As the Army of the Mississippi marched from Corinth to fight at Shiloh in early April 1862, staff officers rode the along the marching columns of troops carrying examples of the three main corps flags announcing to them the name of the corps they represented intending to familiarize the men with them to avoid friendly fire incidents. Several years ago at the Franklin, Tennessee Civil War show, one dealer had a Bible/personal flag for an Arkansas soldier of the Hardee pattern. I have never seen one prior to this nor after so far. Polk Corps Bible/Personal flag of S. Duff J. Lewis. The exciting thing about this flag is that it is the first of the Polk Corps pattern that I have ever seen in over twenty eight years of flag research. In my opinion, this adds a great deal to its collectability. Even more unique is the Latin/Christian cross on the reverse side also bears a battle honor for "Shiloh". No Bible/personal flag that I have seen or have files for bear any battle honors although a couple bear the name of the maker or something patriotic. This, too, greatly adds to its collectability. The flag is made of machine sewn silk. The red cross bears eleven embroidered white stars. On the reverse side a white silk cross is sewn to the blue field while the battle honor is also embroidered in a white silk oval. The fly end is feathered rather than solid. Overall, the flag measures 11 1/2 inches on the fly by 7 1/2 inches on the hoist. A small semi-looped attachment is sewn to the upper left corner of the flag resembling ties that would attach a battle flag to its staff. In this case it is only decorative. There is some sort of stain in one quadrant of the flag. A smaller stain looking like it came from the same source is also on another portion of the field. This would need to be seen by a conservator with experience in 19th Century flags to determine what the stain is made from. According to a letter written by an unknown family member after the war, the flag was given to, "veterans of this battle, including my great, great, great grandfather, S.D.J. Lewis, were later presented w/ceremonial battle flags. This is his flag". As has been reported already, Lewis was in Corinth during the Shiloh campaign working for the brigade quartermaster, David Sullins. Quartermasters would go with their brigades as they marched into action making sure that needed supplies were sufficient and that more could be brought forward to the battlefield as it waged. However, as mentioned, at the time of Shiloh, Mullins was quartermaster of the Third Brigade, which was Colonel Statham's of Breckinridge's Reserve Corps. This corps did not use Polk Corps battle flags at Shiloh. So how did such a flag get presented to Lewis? One can only speculate as to how this happened and there is no evidence that has been located to date that can tell us how a flag of one corps made it to a soldier of another corps. Nor do we know how many of these were made or even when they were made or presented. I can theorize that these came in the summer of 1862 at the earliest as it follows the second version of the Polk Corps flag that came out in August 1862. This report will include images of both versions of these flags so that the mentioned differences can be noted. Conclusion: While some questions remain regarding this flag, there is no doubt as to its authenticity due to its line of ownership coming from Lewis' family as proven by the letter of his great-great-great grandson. As stated before, this flag is very unique and will be quite interesting to flag collectors due to it being the only known example of a Bible/personal flag of this pattern. It is exceedingly well made and quite striking with vivid colors, obviously the product of a maker with considerable skill used to embroidery and working with silk.Besides images of the Polk Corps flags, this report will also include the Compiled Service Record of S.D.J. Lewis. Other documents, already in the possession of Case Antiques, will also accompany the flag upon sale. Gregory G. Biggs, Military Historian, December 21, 2018. Bibliography: Connelly, Thomas Lawrence, Army of the Heartland: The Army of Tennessee, 1861-1862 (Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, 1967); Hafendorfer, Kenneth A., Mill Springs: Campaign and Battle of Mill Springs, Kentucky (KH Press, Louisville, 2001; )Horn, Stanley F. and others, Tennesseans in the Civil War, Volume One (Civil War Centennial Commission, Nashville, 1964); Madaus, Howard Michael and Needham, Robert D., The Battle Flags of the Confederate Army of Tennessee (Milwaukee Public Museum, Milwaukee, 1976); Roman, Alfred, The Military Operations of General Beauregard, Volume 1 (Da Capo Press, New York, 1994); Smith, Timothy B., Shiloh: Conquer or Perish (University Press of Kansas, Lawrence, 2014); Sword, Wiley, Shiloh: Bloody April (Revised Edition) (Morningside Press, Dayton, 2001); The War of the Rebellion, A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Series I, Volume X, Part Two (Government Printing Office, Washington, 1884). Other Sources: Greg Biggs Flag Files, Clarksville, TN; Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers who Served in Organizations From the State of Tennessee, 12th Tennessee Cavalry Battalion, Duff Lewis File (National Archives and Records Administration, RG 109, Microcopy M268, Roll 53); Compiled Service Records of Confederate Generals and Staff Officers and Nonregimental Enlisted Men, Samuel T. Bicknell File (NARA, RG 109, Microcopy M 331, Roll 23); Compiled Service Records of Confederate Generals and Staff Officers and Nonregimental Enlisted Men, A.L. Hamilton File (NARA, RG 109, Microcopy M 331, Roll 115); Compiled Service Records of Confederate Generals and Staff Officers and Nonregimental Enlisted Men, David Sullins File (NARA, RG 109, Microcopy M 331, Roll 239). (Additional high-resolution photos are available at www.caseantiques.com.) CONDITION: Fraying to right edge. Surface stains, largest 2 1/2" x 1 3/8". Scattered tears, largest 3/4", with few minute holes. Loop is torn in half. [See more photos →]

$19,200.00
138 Lot 138: SW Virginia Pie Safe Sideboard, Urn Tins SW Virginia Pie Safe Sideboard, Urn Tins Lot 138: SW Virginia Pie Safe Sideboard, Urn Tins

Southwest Virginia sideboard pie safe with tins having intricate punched urn, flower, and star designs, total of eight punched tin panels, all with old green paint. Walnut primary and poplar secondary. Rectangular top over one long drawer and two side drawers, all dovetailed; four paneled doors inset with painted tins; interior fitted with two shelves; solid paneled sides, all resting on short turned and tapered legs. 51 1/8″ H x 65 1/4″ W x 18 1/2″ D. Probably Washington County, VA. Third quarter of the 19th century. Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. CONDITION: Overall general wear, some warping to top, some of the wooden knobs worn, one missing. Crack to front left corner of top, wear and losses to upper corners of a couple of doors and drawers from use. Interior with later added support to accomodate more shelves. [See more photos →]

$17,920.00
560 Lot 560: Philip & Kelvin LaVerne Eternal Forest Coffee Table Philip & Kelvin LaVerne Eternal Forest Coffee Table Lot 560: Philip & Kelvin LaVerne Eternal Forest Coffee Table

Philip & Kelvin Laverne “Eternal Forest” design coffee table, low round form; the top having an acid-etched, enameled and patinated bronze and pewter forest design over wood, supported on a shaped bronze pedestal base. Raised “Philip and Kelvin LaVerne” signature on table surface. Philip LaVerne Galleries Ltd. Works of Art, N.Y., N.Y. shipping label adhered to underside of table. Additionally accompanied by original Laverne sales brochure. 17 1/4″ H x 42″ dia. American, circa 1970. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. Top with some minor scattered scuffs and scratches, some minor scattered wear and oxidation to the base. [See more photos →]

$16,640.00
277 Lot 277: Confederate Baton Rouge, LA Arsenal Model 1855 Leather Cartridge Box Confederate Baton Rouge, LA Arsenal Model 1855 Leather Cartridge Box Lot 277: Confederate Baton Rouge, LA Arsenal Model 1855 Leather Cartridge Box

Confederate Baton Rouge, Louisiana Arsenal Made Model 1855 Rifleman's Pattern Leather Cartridge Box. Brown leather, single stitched with scalloped edge to outer flap and lunate interior flap over implement pouch with tab closure. Interior flap marked "C.S. ARSENAL" over "BATON ROUGE.LA.". Possible initials to outer flap. Includes closing tab, brass finial, one piece tin liner, and two belt loops. 6 1/4" H x 8 3/8" W x 2 3/8" D. Provenance: Mike Martin Collection. Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. Note: This Cartridge Box is pictured in "Collecting the Confederacy" by Shannon Pritchard, 2005, page 89. CONDITION: The box is in very good condition. The leather is strong with no tears, the stitching is tight. No provision is present for an over the shoulder sling. [See more photos →]

$14,400.00
294 Lot 294: Morse Marked Brass Framed Carbine, SN# 1007 Morse Marked Brass Framed Carbine, SN# 1007 Lot 294: Morse Marked Brass Framed Carbine, SN# 1007

Confederate Morse Marked Brass Framed Carbine, .52 caliber, serial number R1007. Breech marked "Morse". Butternut stocks, brass frame, trigger guard, and butt plate, round rifled barrel, dovetail mounted brass front sight blade and dovetail mounted fixed rear sight, iron breech block. Three ring binder with additional information and photos included with this lot. Barrel length – 20". Overall length – 40". Provenance: Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. CONDITION: Action is good. Exterior of barrel with overall moderate pitting. Lands and grooves are visible with some pitting inside of barrel. Area of repair behind trigger guard. Screwheads are somewhat buggered. [See more photos →]

$14,400.00
32 Lot 32: Early China Trade O/C, Harbor Scene Early China Trade O/C, Harbor Scene Lot 32: Early China Trade O/C, Harbor Scene

Chinese School painting, manner of George Chinnery, possibly intended for export. Oil on canvas landscape depicting a boat filled with people approaching the entrance to a walled city, with various figures at the steps to the entrance and red banners adorning the portal. Smaller boats are visible in the foreground, while trees, mountains and other buildings rise in the background. 20th century label en verso reads “1548 Oriental Harbor Scene”. Housed in an ebonized Chinese style molded frame with curved and notched corners and brass fret holders. Sight – 20 1/4″ H x 15 1/2″ W. Framed – 22 1/4″ H x 17 1/2″ W. Likely late 18th to early 19th century. Provenance: The estate of Delle Brown, Nashville, TN. Delle Brown and her late husband Malvern Brown were, for many years, the proprietors of Trace Tavern Antiques. CONDITION: Relined, with significant craquelure. 1/4″ Radial dent lower right side. No inpainting visible under blacklight. Lower left frame corner separated. [See more photos →]

$14,080.00
534 Lot 534: Richard MacDonald Bronze Sculpture, Nureyev Richard MacDonald Bronze Sculpture, Nureyev Lot 534: Richard MacDonald Bronze Sculpture, Nureyev

Richard MacDonald (American/California, born 1946) patinated bronze sculpture titled “Nureyev” depicting the male ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev. Signed “R. MacDonald” and numbered 68/90. This example is the one-third life edition. Sculpture mounted on a stepped round base. Sculpture – 26 1/2″ H x 17 1/2″ W. 29 3/4″ total H. 61.5 lbs, Late 20th century. Provenance: Private Kentucky collection. Biography: Richard MacDonald is a California-based contemporary figurative artist known for his bronze sculptures. He studied painting and illustration at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena and worked as a commercial illustrator until his late thirties, when a fire destroyed his studio and its contents. He subsequently began sculpting, and within ten years was succeeding as a figurative sculptor. He is an award-winning fellow of the National Sculpture Society and member of Bohemian Club, Cosmos Club, and National Society of Illustrators. Many of his ballet sculptures, for which he is well known, were created during the time he spent as a visual artist in residence with the Royal Ballet. MacDonald also received the Medal of Honor from the United States Sports Academy and recognition by the United States Olympic Committee for his work commemorating athletes. CONDITION: Very good condition with a few scattered pinpoint sized spots of bright green oxidation. [See more photos →]

$14,080.00
558 Lot 558: Baker Abalone Chandelier, Tony Duquette Baker Abalone Chandelier, Tony Duquette Lot 558: Baker Abalone Chandelier, Tony Duquette

Baker Furniture Hollywood Regency style “Abalone” sculptural chandelier after a design by Tony Duquette (California, 1914-1999). Comprised of paint decorated metal, abalone shells and glass beads in a scrolling vine motif. Top cap with chain included. 38″ H x 30″ W. Circa 2008. Note: The original piece was designed and handmade by Tony Duquette for his solo exhibition in Los Angeles in 1952. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. Not tested for functionality, but wiring is intact and appears to be in excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$11,520.00
269 Lot 269: Confederate LA Officer's Sword Belt with Plate on Leather Confederate LA Officer's Sword Belt with Plate on Leather Lot 269: Confederate LA Officer's Sword Belt with Plate on Leather

Confederate Louisiana Officer's Sword belt with plate on original leather. 2-piece gilt cast brass waist belt plate with round keepers, applied die-struck tongue medallion depicting the state seal of Louisiana, a pelican feeding her young, surrounded by concentric rings to wreath. Partially illegible tag affixed to the inside of the belt which indicates capture at Shilow (Shiloh). Includes retail listings from Shannon Pritchard, Old South Military Antiques and Cliff Sophia, CS Arms with additional photographs. Plate approximately 52 mm (2.05") (53 mm tongue (2.09")) x 92 mm (3.62"). Wreath height Ð 57 mm (2.24"). Belt length approximately 31". Provenance: Shannon Pritchard, Old South Military Antiques. Purchased from Cliff Sophia, CS Arms. Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. Note: Thought to be made by Dufihlo of New Orleans. See: "Confederate Belt Buckles and Plates" by Steve E. Mullinax, 1999, page 151-154. CONDITION: The buckle exhibits fine untouched patina; the belt is solid and pliable but does have two partial tears that have been repaired. The belt originally had sword hangers which were removed at some point. [See more photos →]

$11,400.00
615 Lot 615: Gustave Baumann Color Woodcut, Pine and Aspen Gustave Baumann Color Woodcut, Pine and Aspen Lot 615: Gustave Baumann Color Woodcut, Pine and Aspen

Gustave Baumann (New Mexico/California, 1881-1971), “Pine and Aspen,” color woodcut on cream Zanders laid paper, depicting dark green pine trees and aspen with yellow foliage against a blue sky. Titled in pencil lower left, stamp numbered “24” lower center, pencil signed with artist’s red hand-in-heart artist’s stamp lower right. Bergisch Gladbach watermark lower right. Sight – 14″ H x 13 1/2″ W. Framed – 21 1/2″ H x 21 5/8″ W. Created in 1920. Biography: Born in Magdeburg, Germany in 1881, Baumann’s family moved to Chicago in 1891. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and later at Kunstgewerbeschule in Munich where he studied under Maximilian Dasio (1865-1954), a painter who experimented with linocuts, and Hans Neumann (1873-1957), a woodcut artist, and learned both techniques. In addition to Chicago, Baumann traveled extensively throughout the United States, living in Brown County, Indiana from 1910 – 1917 where he created “In the Hills o’ Brown”, a portfolio of twelve four-color woodcuts. He eventually settled in Sante Fe, New Mexico where he lived for over 50 years. He travelled to California several times and created a series of eleven woodblock prints of California scenes. He was very active in the Santa Fe area community and was the WPA co-ordinator in Santa Fe during the 1930s. His works were exhibited at Panama-Pacific International Exposition of 1915 where he won a gold medal and at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in 1926. A printmaker and painter, Gustave Baumann is known for his colorful woodblock prints, particularly his landscapes depicting scenes in New Mexico, the California coast and life in Southwestern pueblos (Source: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco). CONDITION: Professionally conserved. Removed from old acidic mat and mounting. Old glues were removed from back of print and removed from the front margins. Print was washed, deacidified and returned to plane to reduce mat burn and acidic darkening. [See more photos →]

$10,240.00
71 Lot 71: George Washington Clock by Mallet George Washington Clock by Mallet Lot 71: George Washington Clock by Mallet

Classical gilt and patinated bronze mantel clock with “bust a l’antique” of George Washington by Louis Mallet, circa 1820. Comprised of a plinth form base with gilt acanthus leaf and laural wreath mounts, white enamel dial having a gilt bezel with Roman numeral chapter ring and signed “Ls. Mallet/ H. DE M.D. D’Orleans/No. 1078″, all surmounted by a patinated bronze bust of George Washington. 18 1/2″ H x 7 5/8″ W x 7 5/8” D. 19.8 lbs. Note: Mallet was clockmaker to the Duke of Orleans in Paris from the late 18th century until 1824 and carried the title of “Horloger de M. Le Duc d’Orleans”. (Source: Brian Loomes, “Watchmakers and Clockmakers of the World,” London 2006, p. 503). His firm produced several different versions of clocks featuring figures of George Washington for the American market. (Ref. Thomas B. Allen, “A Republic in Time: Temporality and Social Imagination in Nineteenth-Century America”, University of North Carolina Press, 2008, pp. 74-78). CONDITION: 4 small hairlines to dial area between “7” and “8”, largest is 3/4″ L; a few tiny dark spots of oxidation to lower front edge of bust (chest area), overall good condition. A couple of screws appear to be replaced in the clockworks. [See more photos →]

$10,240.00
595 Lot 595: Cherokee Eva Wolfe Double Rivercane Storage Basket Cherokee Eva Wolfe Double Rivercane Storage Basket Lot 595: Cherokee Eva Wolfe Double Rivercane Storage Basket

Eva Wolfe (North Carolina, 1922-2004) Cherokee double rivercane lidded storage basket, comprised of dyed butternut and bloodroot weavers and woven in the Broken Arrow design. Retains the original Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual tag and was the 1st place winner of The Cherokee Indian Fall Festival in 1978, ribbon included. 16 1/2″ H x 10 1/2″ W x 10 1/2″ D. 20th century. Signed brochure from the exhibition of Eva Wolfe’s basketry, dated October 28, 1978 accompanies this lot. Provenance: Nancy Walton Collection, Gatlinburg, TN. CONDITION: Overall very good condition, no breaks or fading, light surface grime. [See more photos →]

$10,240.00
158 Lot 158: Southwest VA Earthenware Lead-Glazed Jar Southwest VA Earthenware Lead-Glazed Jar Lot 158: Southwest VA Earthenware Lead-Glazed Jar

Southwest Virginia lead glazed earthenware ovoid form jar with rolled open loop handles terminating in thumb prints, flaring rim, and sine wave incising around the upper shoulder bordered by two incised lines. Base with beaded foot, unglazed bottom. Found in Grayson County, VA but possibly Washington Co., VA. 12" H. Second quarter of the 19th century. Note: The flaring rim, raised ridge above the shoulder, and thinner walls of this example are unusual attributes for Southwest Virginia earthenware. CONDITION: Old shallow chip to the rim, matted surface around base of handles suggest possible old repairs. [See more photos →]

$10,200.00
13 Lot 13: Pr. Chinese Silver & Cloisonne Vases plus cloisonne box Pr. Chinese Silver & Cloisonne Vases plus cloisonne box Lot 13: Pr. Chinese Silver & Cloisonne Vases plus cloisonne box

Pair of Chinese Silver & Cloisonne Vases plus cloisonne box, 3 items total. 1st & 2nd items: Pair Chinese cloisonne enamel on silver vases, inscription to underside translates roughy as “Made by liberated women to people’s livelihood.” Mei Ping form with enamel prunus decoration over a fret band; the bodies with translucent enameled central cartouches of a deer in landscape on one side and bird in tree on other side. 7 1/2″ H. Republic Period, second quarter 20th century. “As is” condition. 3rd item: Fine cloisonne oval box with decoration of birds and branches against a dark blue ground; bronze edges, silk lined interior and bottom. 2″ H x 4 3/4″ W x 3 1/2″ D. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Provenance: Huntsville, Alabama private collection. CONDITION: 1st-2nd items: “As is” condition with wear and losses to enamel, each with 1″ dent to side. 3rd item: Fraying to interior silk lining and silk on bottom; some craquelure with miniscule losses to edges of lid. [See more photos →]

$9,600.00
104 Lot 104: Andrew Jackson Portrait attrib. Leutze Andrew Jackson Portrait attrib. Leutze Lot 104: Andrew Jackson Portrait attrib. Leutze

Large oil on canvas historical portrait of President Andrew Jackson (1767-1845), after the 1820 full-length portrait by John Vanderlyn. Attributed to historical genre painter Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze (District Of Columbia/New York/Germany, 1816-1868). This life sized painting depicts Jackson on the battlefield (likely at New Orleans), attired in his military dress uniform, holding his sword in one hand and hat in the other, with his horse and fellow soldiers in the background. Housed in a carved cove style gilt wood frame with applied corner elements. Sight – 94 3/4″ H x 64 1/2″ W. Framed – 106 1/2″ H x 76 1/2″ W. Provenance: private Tennessee collection, acquired at Freeman’s Auction, Philadelphia, Nov. 13, 2013 Lot 267; Private Pennsylvania collection, acquired at Freeman’s Auction, April 12, 2003, Lot 196; The Free Library of Philadelphia, where it hung for many years in Pepper Hall at the Central Branch; given to the Library March 2, 1931, by John Frederick Lewis, who acquired the portrait from the estate of Almira K. Schwenk. This painting came to the library with the tradition that it had been exhibited at the Centennial Exposition in 1876, although we have not been able to confirm this. CONDITION: Canvas laid down on masonite, rubbing to left perimeter edge of canvas, numerous old repairs. Blacklight reveals area of flourescence to several areas of background and to cheek, pant leg. [See more photos →]

$9,000.00
267 Lot 267: Confederate Richmond, VA R.H. Bosher Leather Belt with Buckle Confederate Richmond, VA R.H. Bosher Leather Belt with Buckle Lot 267: Confederate Richmond, VA R.H. Bosher Leather Belt with Buckle

Confederate Richmond, Virginia R. H. Bosher Carriage Works original leather belt with fixed tongue frame buckle. 1-piece enlisted infantry sand cast brass "Beveled Edge" frame buckle on leather belt stamped "W. H. BOSHER CO." over "RICHMOND VA." on the front of the leather below the stitching for the buckle. Includes original retail listing from Shannon Pritchard, Old South Military Antiques with additional photographs. Buckle approximately 67 mm x 57 mm (2.64" x 2.24"). Belt length approximately 36 3/4". Provenance: Purchased from Shannon Pritchard, Old South Military Antiques. Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. Note: See "Confederate Belt Buckles and Plates" by Steve E. Mullinax, 1999, pages 94-99, and "Collecting the Confederacy" by Shannon Pritchard, 2005, page 19. CONDITION: Overall the leather is strong; there is scarring on the leather where the points of the belt frame scratched the leather. Buckle in overall good condition. [See more photos →]

$9,000.00
376 Lot 376: 3 Classical White Marble Sculpture Fragments 3 Classical White Marble Sculpture Fragments Lot 376: 3 Classical White Marble Sculpture Fragments

Group of three (3) white marble sculpture fragments in the Classical style. 1st item: Fragment of carved white marble partial nude torso wearing belted draped flowing garment, screw mounted on rectangular stone base. Fragment – 17 3/4″ H x 9″ W x 10″ D. Overall – 26″ H. 81.5 lbs 2nd item: Fragment of carved white marble sculpture of youth’s foot attached to plaster base, repaired break to plaster support and lower heel. 4″ H x 8 1/2″ L x 4″ W. 5.5 lbs 3rd item: Fragment of carved leg consisting of knee section, mounted on round wooden base. Carving – 9 1/2″ H x 3 1/2″ W at top x 3 5/8″ round base. 6.5 lbs, All items likely 19th century. total weight: 93.5 lbs, Provenance: The Estates of Olen Bryant and the late Vanderbilt University art professor Thomas Brumbaugh, Clarksville, Tennessee. CONDITION: All items are fragments of larger sculptures in as-found condition and are sold as-is. [See more photos →]

$8,960.00
133 Lot 133: Inlaid Chest 2 of 2, Norfolk VA or British, Inlaid Feet Inlaid Chest 2 of 2, Norfolk VA or British, Inlaid Feet Lot 133: Inlaid Chest 2 of 2, Norfolk VA or British, Inlaid Feet

Hepplewhite inlaid mahogany serpentine chest of drawers, Norfolk, Virginia or British Isles, mahogany primary with cedar, birch, and possible fir or spruce secondary woods. Serpentine-front flamed mahogany overhanging top, having chamfered concave corners, over a conforming case with contrasting four-sided flower and intertwined vine inlay to corners; four graduated dovetailed drawers with cock-beaded edges and rectangular string inlay, brass escutcheons and round brass bail pulls. Top drawer divided into three sections. Straight skirt with central line inlay, over line-inlaid, straight bracket feet; rear feet horizontally laminated. 40" H x 47-3/8" W x 22-3/8" D at center. Circa 1800. Note: this is one of two remarkably similar chests in this auction from the same collection (but acquired separately, from different sources), both of which follow a form that originated in the British Isles but also appears in the area around Norfolk, Virginia. This chest is also accompanied by a letter written in 2015 by Christopher Lang, conservator and cabinetmaker, formerly of Colonial Williamsburg, comparing this chest with the other chest (most easily distinguished from each other by feet – inlaid on this chest, and plain on the chest referred to in the letter as "the Horne chest"). Lang attributes both chests to Norfolk, Virginia and writes "it is probable that these accomplished pieces came from the same cabinet shop." Note that microanalysis has not confirmed the woods on this chest. As a port city, Norfolk furniture makers (many of whom were British immigrants) had access to a wide variety of hard and soft woods being imported and exported through the city, and in this instance, the presence or absence of certain woods makes geographic attribution based on woods alone very difficult. This chest surfaced in a Virginia auction but no further provenance information was known. Provenance: Private Southern Collection. CONDITION: Overall general use wear, some scratching to the top. Losses to inner front edge of top drawer.ÊCouple of minor veneer repairs to bottom drawer corner, skirt and feet. Repair to rear foot. [See more photos →]

$7,800.00
96 Lot 96: Gilbert Gaul O/C, TN Farmyard, Exhibited Gilbert Gaul O/C, TN Farmyard, Exhibited Lot 96: Gilbert Gaul O/C, TN Farmyard, Exhibited

Gilbert Gaul (New York/Tennessee/New Jersey, 1855-1919) oil on board landscape painting, depicting a woman standing in a Tennessee farmyard with chickens at her feet, a cottage in the background. Signed lower right. Exhibited under the title “Untitled (Tennessee Farmyard)” at the Tennessee State Museum, November 22, 1992 to February 28, 1993, “Gilbert Gaul: American Realist,” and featured in the exhibition catalog on page 16. Carved giltwood frame with linen liner. 11 1/2″ x 15 1/2″ sight, 20″ x 23 1/2″ framed. Exhibition catalog provides date attribution of circa 1891-1895. Provenance: the estate of Delle Brown, Nashville, TN. Delle Brown and her late husband Malvern Brown were, for many years, the proprietors of Trace Tavern Antiques. Biography: New Jersey born artist Gilbert Gaul studied art with Lemuel E. Wilmarth at the school of the National Academy of Design from 1872 to 1876, and privately with the noted genre painter, J. G. Brown. He continued his training at the Art Students League during 1875 and 1876. Gaul first exhibited his work at the National Academy in 1877. In 1881, he inherited a farm in Van Buren County, Tennessee, from his mother’s family, and lived there four years to fulfill terms of the bequest. In 1885, he returned to New York though he also continued to spend time at the farm in Tennessee. Gaul gained acclaim for his illustration art and portrayals of Civil War scenes. He became a regular exhibitor at the National Academy annuals between 1877 and 1902; in 1882, he was accorded the status of full academician–the youngest artist to attain the honor. He exhibited at the 1889 Paris Exposition; the 1893 World Columbian Exposition in Chicago; and the 1902 Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, where he was awarded medals. In 1876 Gaul made his first trip to the American West, an area for which he developed a particular affinity. He made numerous western trips in subsequent years, photographing and rendering scenes of Native Americans and the frontier, which he would later work up into paintings in his studios in New York or Tennessee. In 1890, he worked for the United States census on reservations in North Dakota. He also visited Mexico, the West Indies, Panama, and Nicaragua. An account of his travels was published in Century Magazine in 1892. In 1904, he returned to Tennessee and settled in Nashville. The decreasing interest in Civil War subjects resulted in financial hardship for Gaul. He gave private art lessons, and taught at the Watkins Institute, Nashville, and at Cumberland Female College, in McMinnville. He also spent time in Charleston, South Carolina. By 1910, he had moved to Ridgefield, New Jersey, where he continued to paint and live out his remaining years. (Biography courtesy The Johnson Collection). CONDITION: Relined. 1/2″ area of repair in sky area, upper left quadrant. Some staining to rear of canvas at lower edge, does not appear to affect front of canvas. Overall yellowed varnish layer. [See more photos →]

$7,800.00
125 Lot 125: 19th c. Painted Wall Cupboard 19th c. Painted Wall Cupboard Lot 125: 19th c. Painted Wall Cupboard

Mid Atlantic or Mid Western stepback cupboard or hutch, blue-green paint on mixed woods. Two piece form with pegged and cut nail construction. Top section comprised of an ogee cornice with three doors, each with four glass panes, above three drawers with wood pulls; plain sides with medial molding. Base section comprised of three paneled doors with wood pulls, enclosing two shelves above a shaped skirt, and sides with bracket feet. Older blue-green painted surface. 82 3/4" H x 62 5/8" W x 23 3/4" D. American, mid 19th century. CONDITION: Overall good condition with general use wear. [See more photos →]

$7,200.00
324 Lot 324: Confederate Thomas Griswold Saber Bayonet Confederate Thomas Griswold Saber Bayonet Lot 324: Confederate Thomas Griswold Saber Bayonet

Rare Confederate Thomas Griswold Confederate Saber Bayonet. Brass and checkered wooden grips, brass attachment ring at the cross guard, blade with flat back and curved single edge. Ricasso marked in full, firm stamp “THOMAS GRISWOLD & CO. NEW ORLEANS” in an arch. Blade length – 22 3/4″. Overall length – 28 1/2″. Provenance: Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. Note: This Thomas Griswold Confederate saber bayonet is the single rarest maker marked Confederate bayonet. Only one other marked example is known. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. The blade is gray with minimal pitting and a slight casting flaw. The grip is brass with checkered wood showing very little wear and is well pinned to the tang. [See more photos →]

$7,200.00
517 Lot 517: Joseph Delaney O/B Genre Scene, Man with Child Joseph Delaney O/B Genre Scene, Man with Child Lot 517: Joseph Delaney O/B Genre Scene, Man with Child

Joseph Delaney (Tennessee/New York, 1904-1991) oil on board interior scene, depicting an African American man seated with a guitar and holding a young child sitting in his lap, while another child stands observing in an open doorway. This painting was most likely an autobiographical painting recreated from a family photograph, depicting the artist’s father and brother Beauford Delaney. Signed lower left, “Jos Delaney”. Unframed. 16″ H x 12″ W. American, circa 1980-1985. Biography (Courtesy of Frederick C. Moffatt): Joseph Delaney was born in Knoxville in 1904, the ninth of ten children born to a Methodist Minister. He and his older brother, Beauford, discovered their interest in art by drawing on Sunday School cards. In 1930, Joseph left Tennessee for New York where Beauford was also working as an artist, and enrolled in the Art Students League under the tutelage of Thomas Hart Benton and Alexander Brooke. The subject matter Joseph Delaney found there, including the city’s landmarks and its people, are the images for which he is best known. In 1986, Delaney returned to Knoxville to live and was artist-in-residence for the University of Tennessee Art Department until his death in 1991. Delaney’s works are included in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Chicago Art Institute, The Knoxville Museum of Art, and The Smithsonian American Art Museum. CONDITION: Unframed. Overall light craquelure. [See more photos →]

$7,200.00
299 Lot 299: Confederate Blockade Run Kerr Revolver, SN 1269 Confederate Blockade Run Kerr Revolver, SN 1269 Lot 299: Confederate Blockade Run Kerr Revolver, SN 1269

Confederate blockade-run Kerr Revolver, Serial number 1269, 54 bore (about 44cal). All visible serial numbers matching. Left side of barrel marked "LAC", left side of frame marked "London Armory", right side of frame marked "Kerr's Patent 1269", lock plate marked "London Armoury", tang clearly marked with Confederate or English inspection stamp "JS/(anchor)", cylinder with serial number and standard British proof marks. Checkered English walnut stocks, octagonal barrel, iron mounted, checkered hammer, loading lever, butt plate with lanyard ring. Six pages of previous sale record in three plastic binder sleeves included in this lot. Barrel length – 5 3/4". Overall length – 11". Provenance: Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. Note: See "The English Connection" by Russ A. Pritchard and Cleveland Adger Huey, 2014, p. 112-133. CONDITION: Action holds at full cock. Some finish remaining on barrel and mountings. Rifling to bore. Checkering on stocks are well defined. [See more photos →]

$6,400.00
525 Lot 525: Wolf Kahn pastel, "Evening Breeze" Wolf Kahn pastel, "Evening Breeze" Lot 525: Wolf Kahn pastel, "Evening Breeze"

Wolf Kahn (New York/Vermont/Germany, b. 1927) pastel on Somerset paper landscape titled “Evening Breeze,” vividly depicting nearly bare treetops set against a violet and orange sky. Signed lower center. Jerald Melberg Gallery label en verso with number #4029. Hinge mounted to wide white mat and housed in molded giltwood frame. Somerset watermark upper right. Circa 1998. Sheet – 15″ H x 22″ W. Sight – 14″ x 21 1/4″. Framed – 25″ x 31 1/4″. Provenance: Private Middle Tennessee collection, purchased from Jerald Melberg Gallery circa 1990. Biography: Wolf Kahn studied under Abstract Expressionist painter Hans Hofmann (later becoming Hofmann’s studio assistant) and at the University of Chicago. He is known for his works which blend abstractionism and realism with Color Field painting. CONDITION: Excellent condition with possible smudge print lower left corner. Spiral bound eyelets across top. [See more photos →]

$6,400.00
298 Lot 298: Hyde & Goodrich New Orleans Agent Marked Tranter Revolver, SN 8803 Hyde & Goodrich New Orleans Agent Marked Tranter Revolver, SN 8803 Lot 298: Hyde & Goodrich New Orleans Agent Marked Tranter Revolver, SN 8803

Hyde and Goodrich New Orleans agent marked large frame cased Tranter revolver, serial number 8803, .45 caliber. Top of barrel and breech marked "W. Tranters Patent Hyde & Goodrich Agents for the United States South", left side of side-mounted loading lever and double trigger marked "W. Tranter Patent", right side of frame marked with serial number, cylinder marked with proper British proof marks. Checkered English walnut stocks, octagonal barrel, iron mounted with foliate engravings, side-mounted loading lever, standard front sight. Housed in a standard English Oak case with brass escutcheons, relined with green felt, containing Tranter's Patent items including a double cavity flask, cleaning rod, nipple wrench and screw driver (possibly not original to set), and tins of lubricating caps, composition, and candle wax, and James Dixon and Sons Sheffield bag flask and oilier. Includes three ring binder with College Hill Arsenal previous sale record. Barrel length – 6". Overall length – 12". Case – 2 1/2" H x 14 3/4" W x 7 7/8" D. Provenance: Purchased from College Hill Arsenal. Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. CONDITION: Double action works well. Engravings highly visible. Checkering to stocks well defined. Some finish on metal. Case in overall good condition. [See more photos →]

$5,760.00
300 Lot 300: Kerr's Patent Revolver, .SN 6876, Alabama Soldier History Kerr's Patent Revolver, .SN 6876, Alabama Soldier History Lot 300: Kerr's Patent Revolver, .SN 6876, Alabama Soldier History

London Armoury Company Kerr's Patent Single Action Percussion Revolver, .45 caliber, serial number 6876, all visible serial numbers matching. Purported history to William Black, Company H, 3rd Alabama Cavalry, the Prattville Dragoons, a Company of men from the city of Prattville, and Autauga County, Alabama, organized for service during the American Civil War of 1861-1865 (purchased from a William Black descendent in Mobile, Alabama). Left side of barrel marked "LAC", left side of frame marked "London Armory", right side of frame marked "Kerr's Patent 6876", lock plate marked "London Armoury Co", cartouche with initials "AVC", butt plate marked "Wm. Black", standard British proof marks. Checkered English walnut stocks, octagonal barrel, iron mounted, checkered hammer, loading lever, butt plate with lanyard ring. Three ring binder containing letter from John Spicer, Champion Hill Relics about the gun, dated April 2, 2016 and complete history of Black included with lot. Barrel length – 6". Overall length – 11 1/2". Provenance: Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. CONDITION: Action holds at full cock, trigger is loose. No finish remaining to mountings. Checkering on stocks are well defined. Areas of loss to trigger guard. [See more photos →]

$5,632.00
646 Lot 646: Gee’s Bend Quilt, Bettie B. Seltzer Gee’s Bend Quilt, Bettie B. Seltzer Lot 646: Gee’s Bend Quilt, Bettie B. Seltzer

Gee’s Bend Alabama pieced quilt by Bettie Bendolph Seltzer (1939 – 2017), house-top pattern variation stitched in bright colors including yellow, red, purple, aqua and green. Signed en verso to one corner “Bettie B. Seltzer” and additionally stamped “Gee’s Bend Quilters Collective”. 86 1/4″ x 84 1/2″. Alabama, 20th century. CONDITION: Excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$5,632.00
559 Lot 559: Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman by Herman Miller Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman by Herman Miller Lot 559: Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman by Herman Miller

Eames No. 670 & 671 lounge chair and ottoman, made by Herman Miller and designed by Charles Eames (American, 1907-1978) and Ray Eames (American, 1912-1988). Comprised of Brazilian Rosewood veneer shells with deep orange leather cushions and cast aluminum bases. Rectangular black label Herman Miller label on chair and ottoman base. Chair – 32 1/8″ H x 32 3/4″ W x 28″ D. Ottoman – 16 1/2″ H x 26″ W x 21″ D. Designed 1956, manufactured 4th quarter of 20th century. CONDITION: Chair and ottoman leather overall very good condition with very light wear. Light general wear to aluminum bases of both. [See more photos →]

$5,600.00
295 Lot 295: Confederate Blockade Run 1862 Enfield Tower Rifled Musket, .577 caliber Confederate Blockade Run 1862 Enfield Tower Rifled Musket, .577 caliber Lot 295: Confederate Blockade Run 1862 Enfield Tower Rifled Musket, .577 caliber

Civil War Confederate Blockade Run 1862 Pattern Enfield Tower rifled musket, .577 caliber. Lock plate marked "Tower 1862" with crown, breech marked with "25" proof marks, bottom of butt stock comb marked with Confederate or English inspection stamp "JS/(anchor)", butt plate with hand engraved serial number "6273/A". Walnut stock, brass butt plate, trigger guard, and fore end tip, iron barrel bands, inlaid iron escutcheons, proper ramrod #1347. Also included is an original document dated March 17, 1862 signed by Gen. John C. Breckenridge to Capt. Brewster a request for 600 Enfield rifles, possible including this rifle. Barrel length – 39". Overall length – 55". Note: See "The English Connection" by Russ A. Pritchard and Cleveland Adger Huey, 2014, p. 112-133. Provenance: Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. CONDITION: Action is excellent. Barrel cleaned approximately 50 years ago, starting to assume patina. Breech of barrel with moderate pitting, balance of barrel smooth with numerous dings, sling swivels are missing, stock worn smooth with numerous usage and storage dings. Stock is cracked at breech extending 1 1/4" to the escutcheon on left side. [See more photos →]

$5,520.00
416 Lot 416: Arthur Diehl Oil on Panel, Cathedral at Night Arthur Diehl Oil on Panel, Cathedral at Night Lot 416: Arthur Diehl Oil on Panel, Cathedral at Night

Arthur Diehl (Massachusetts/New York/England, 1870-1929) oil on panel landscape painting depicting a rainy nighttime scene with figures, a horsedrawn carriage, cathedral facade foreground and figures, illuminated street lamps and buildings background. Signed "Arthur V. Diehl" lower left. Housed in ornate gilt carved frame. Sight – 9 1/2" H x 7 3/8" W. Framed – 17 1/4" H x 15 1/2" W. Late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: the collection of Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Slaymaker, Nashville, Tennessee. Biography: Best known for his sand dune and harbor scenes of Cape Cod, Arthur Diehl was born in England and exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1899. He came to America in the 1890s and became so associated with Cape Cod that Fox Movietone in 1921 made a short movie of him painting at Provincetown. He also had studios in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey; Boston, Worcester, and Truro, Massachusetts; and St. Augustine, Florida. (source: Peter Falk, Who Was Who in American Art). CONDITION: Overall excellent condition. Staining to frame. [See more photos →]

$5,280.00
231 Lot 231: Herend Rothschild Bird Blue Border, 28 Plates Herend Rothschild Bird Blue Border, 28 Plates Lot 231: Herend Rothschild Bird Blue Border, 28 Plates

Herend Rothschild Bird Blue Border dinnerware including set 14 service plates, edges with blue fish scale border, marked on base 1527/RO EB A93, 11″ diameter, plus 14 Herend Rothschild Bird Blue Border dessert plates, edges with blue fish scale border, marked on base 1520/RO EB F93, 8-1/4″ dia. 28 items total, Hungarian, 20th century. CONDITION: All in excellent, as new, condition. [See more photos →]

$5,120.00
533 Lot 533: Jacob Epstein Bronze Head and Book Jacob Epstein Bronze Head and Book Lot 533: Jacob Epstein Bronze Head and Book

Sir Jacob Epstein (New York/England, 1880-1959) bronze portrait sculpture of the head of dancer Pola Nerenska. Mounted atop a stepped ebonized base with a “Do Not Remove” label for Seattle International Bank. Unsigned. Accompanied by a Sotheby’s 1994 sales receipt recording the sale of this work to Thomas Brumbaugh, and a copy of “The Sculpture of Epstein” catalog raisonne by Evelyn Silber, which illustrates and discusses the Pola Nerenska sculpture (no. 283) on page 183. 12″ H bronze, 16 1/2″ H x 10″ W x 12″ D overall, including base. Circa 1937. Note: The subject’s name is also spelled Pola Nirenska in some references. According to the catalog, this is one of five known castings by Epstein of the Viennese dancer; one is in the collection of the San Diego Museum of Art, and the plaster is in the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia. Additional ref. Black, p. 242 no. 228; Buckle, p. 238 pl. 365. Provenance: The Estates of Olen Bryant and the late Vanderbilt University art professor Thomas Brumbaugh, Clarksville, Tennessee. Biography: The National Portrait Gallery, London, calls Jacob Epstein “the leading modernist sculptor of his day”. Epstein was born in New York and studied at the Art Students League under George Grey Bernard, and in Paris, before moving to London in 1905, where he worked for most of his life. He championed many of the concepts central to modernist sculpture, including “truth to material” and inspiration from so-called “primitive art,” all of which became central to twentieth century practice. He was knighted in 1954. Source: The Tate Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery, London. CONDITION: 1″ chip out of rear corner of base, otherwise excellent condition. We have not attempted to remove Seattle International Bank sticker from back of base. [See more photos →]

$5,120.00
101 Lot 101: Southern Folk Art Portrait of a Girl Southern Folk Art Portrait of a Girl Lot 101: Southern Folk Art Portrait of a Girl

Oil on canvas folk art portrait of a dark haired girl, believed to be Annie Eliza Tomkins Harrison of Sumner County, Tennessee (b. 1831-d. 1878). The subject is depicted wearing a green high waisted dress with pouf sleeves and gold locket around her neck, and is posed slightly turned to her left, with her left arm resting on a table and a book. Housed in a simple cove molded gilt wood frame. Sight – 24 1/2" H x 20 1/2" W. Framed – 28 1/2" H x 24 1/2" W. Circa 1845. Provenance: descended in the Tomkins family of Sumner County, Tennessee family to present consignor. Eliza Tomkins, also spelled Tompkins in some references, was the daughter of Mary Henderson Madden Tomkins (1811-1846) and John Randolph Augustus Tomkins (1800-1879), a prominent landowner, militia captain, merchant and civic leader. Mr. Tomkins was also a trustee of the Sumner Female Academy. Eliza was the couple's only daughter and seems to have lived in Sumner County all her life. She married W.A. Harrison, a Presbyterian minister in Gallatin. The portrait descended to the consignor through one of Eliza's four brothers, Dr. William R. Tomkins (1837-1887). The artist is unknown and may have been an itinerant painter passing through the area. CONDITION: Original canvas with light to moderate craquelure and stretcher creases. See black light image: significant inpainting and overpainting to left side sleeve and arm as well as girl's face and neck. Patterned marking above book on sitter's right evident with black light. Professionally cleaned. [See more photos →]

$5,040.00
88 Lot 88: Helen LaFrance Oil on Panel, Church Scene Helen LaFrance Oil on Panel, Church Scene Lot 88: Helen LaFrance Oil on Panel, Church Scene

Helen LaFrance (Kentucky, b. 1919) oil on panel painting depicting an African-American congregation outside of a church, sheltered behind several large trees, with figures gathering around a white cloth covered table laden with food in the background. Other figures, arriving from automobiles, in the foreground. Signed lower right. Housed in a gilt and black painted wooden frame with linen rabbet edge. Sight – 15 3/4″ H x 32″ W. Framed – 20 3/4″ H x 37 1/4″ W. American, late 20th century. Provenance: Private Nashville, TN collection. Biography: Self-taught African American artist Helen LaFrance was born on a Kentucky farm and began painting in her 40s. She is known for her “memory paintings”, drawn from her recollections of life growing up in the rural South. Several museums and private collectors, including Oprah Winfrey, own examples of her work. Now nearly 100 years old, she resides in a Kentucky nursing home. (source: “Helen LaFrance Folk Art Memories” by Kathy Moses). Alternate spelling: Helen La France. CONDITION: Overall good condition with areas of cracquelure, natural imperfections to wood panel. Stains to linen rabbet edge. [See more photos →]

$5,040.00
260 Lot 260: 3 John S. Mosby ALS, 2 Colored Lithos – 5 items 3 John S. Mosby ALS, 2 Colored Lithos – 5 items Lot 260: 3 John S. Mosby ALS, 2 Colored Lithos – 5 items

Archive of five (5) items related to John Singleton Mosby, the Confederate "Gray Ghost," including three (3) ALS and two (2) colored lithographs illustrating a raid orchestrated by his command, the 43rd Battalion, Virginia Cavalry, known as Mosby's Rangers or Mosby's Raiders, on Sheridan's supply train. 1st-3rd items: Three (3) ALS. One page handwritten bifoliums. From John Singleton Mosby, at the time of the letters a lawyer for the Southern Pacific Railroad, San Francisco, CA, to Mrs. J. D. Herblin, his cousin, Nashville, Tennessee. 1st item: Letter dated June 1, 1899. Mosby describes three reproduced illustrations of paintings depicting events that occured during his time in Mosby's Rangers, writing "My dear Cousin–As you have shown some interest in my military record I send you by mail three pictures illustrating scenes through wh[ich] I passed. They are copied from paintings made in Paris 30 years ago by [Henri Felix Emmanuel] Philippoteaux a celebrated battle scene painter–These pictures were taken in Japan and colored there. The first represents us about Sundown on the evening of August 12th 1864 just as we had passed through the right bank of the Shenandoah that flows along its base. I am on a gray horse in front just under a tree with my right hand pointing while talking to one of my scouts (Lieutenant John Singleton Russell) who is also on a grey horse. The officer who is pointing towards the guard evidently giving orders in Capt: Sam Chapman–Since the war he has been a Baptist minister preacher–McKinley appointed him a Chaplain & sent him to Cuba–In No 2–the attack on Sheridan's train–I am in the front near the howitzer that is firing on the guard for the train–The attack was on the Valley pike–the guard consisted of about 3000 men–there was a heavy fog–I has about 300 men & one gun–the first notice they had of our presence was when a shell dropped in their column & knocked off the head of mule & this stopped the train–The Yankees did not think it was fair for 300 men to attacked 3000 in a fog–So they ran away & left everything–wagons–mules–beef cattle–We got General [Wesley] Merritt's (the same who went to Manila) headquarter teams–with his baggage were several violins–There were several fiddlers among my men–who played tunes on the violin–In this picture (No 3) I am mounted on a grey horse–immediately to my right & rear is my brother [Lieutenant Colonel William Harrison] Mosby who was my Adjutant–he is eleven years my junior–The officer standing on my left is [Lieutenant Colonel William Henry] Chapman]–he was appointed to my office at my request by [General Ulysses S.] Grant–is still in office–Special Agent…The officer in front (mounted) is Major [A. E.] Richard–now Judge Richards of Louisville, Ky–the officer to whom he is talking is Lieut: Ben Palmer of Richmond–the officer sitting down is Capt: Mountjoy who was killed a few weeks afterwards–of course you can distinguish the Yankee prisoners–I took more prisoners than I had men–As you take an interest in "the east course" these pictures may interest you–Sincerely–Jno.S.Mosby". 2nd item: Letter dated June 28th, 1899. Mosby describes his past and upcoming literary projects, writing "My dear Cousin: I recd your letter today–also your husband's–Tomorrow I shall send you my photo as you request–The "War Reminiscences" you speak of were written by me shortly after my return from Hong Kong where I was consul nearly seven years: They were written by request for the Boston Herald & I had no idea when I was writing them that these fugitive sketches [would] ever be collected in book form. They contain only a small portion of my military life. Ch:XI (page 205) was a lecture delivered by me on Stuart's Cavalry at Tremont Temple, Boston, in December 1886. Three years ago one of my men [James Joseph Williamson] published a book–'Mosby's Rangers'–The publisher is Ralph B. Kenyon–New York–In the picture in this book of "We fight at Miskel's–you will recognize me in the act of shooting a falling Yankee–& the Rev: Sam Chapman with his sword suspended (in front) in the act of striking a Yankees. He was appointed Chaplain in Cuba–His son is here with me in the employment of the Southern Pacific Co. & runs on a steamer between here and Hong Kong. In the pictures I send you Captain Sam is in No I–behind me–pointing at the little howitzer–I intend soon to begin writing a complete memoir of my command–I got the picture also that your husband sent me–I hope some day to visit you–My kind regards to your family–Yours Sincerely Jno.S.Mosby". 3rd item: Letter dated July 11, 1899. Mosby begins the letter by writing "My dear Cousin: I have just recd your letter of the 5th–I have no sort of objection to the photo being engraved for the Confederate Veteran–I wish you [would] ask the Editor to send me a few copies–I want them for my children…". Mosby names his children, their spouses, and current locations before continuing "I read you grandfather's autobiography with great & returned you the paper. He was my mother's first cousin. You need not apologize for writing to me–I read your letters with the greatest interest–then forward them to [his daughters] Beverly–she forwards them to May–So they pass all around–Do you ever see my cousin–Mrs. Thorne? If you do remember me to her: She is related to me through the Mosby S. You spoke of being interested in the Rev: Sam (Captain) Chapman–whom I described in the Miskel fight hewing his way through the enemy's ranks. Since the war he has been a Baptist preacher–I got Grant to appoint him in the postal service–he held the position for 9 years. McKinley appointed him a Chaplain–he went to Cuba has been mustered out–Expects now to go to the Philippines. I brought his son out here & put him out on a steamship that was between this port & Hong Kong–He is here now & in my room last night–I told him what you said about his father–My kind regards to your family–Sincerely Jno.S.Mosby". All letters approximately 8" H x 10" W. Biography: John Singleton Mosby (1833-1916), also known by his nickname, the "Gray Ghost", was a Confederate army cavalry battalion commander in the American Civil War. His command, the 43rd Battalion, Virginia Cavalry, known as Mosby's Rangers or Mosby's Raiders, was a partisan ranger unit noted for its lightning-quick raids and its ability to elude Union Army pursuers and disappear. After the war, Mosby became a Republican and worked as an attorney and supported his former enemy's commander, U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant. He also served as the American consul to Hong Kong and in the U.S. Department of Justice. 4th-5th items: Two (2) colored lithographs after paintings by Henri Felix Emmanuel Philippoteaux (French, 1815-1884) titled "2 Mosby's battalion–Attack on Sheridan's Supply Train–Berryville Va–August 13 1864" and "3 Mosby's battalion–Attack on Sheridan's Wagon train–Berryville Va–Returning from the raid–August 13 1864–Shenandoah Valley". Both images illustrate a raid on Sheridan's supply train described in Mosby's letter dated June 1, 1899. Images mounted to off white card stock with title in Mosby's handwriting centered below, numbered, top left of card stock. Images – 4 3/8" H x 7 1/2" W. Card stock – 7 1/8" H x 10 1/8" W. Biography: Henri Felix Emmanuel Philippoteaux was born in Paris on April 3, 1815. When he was still young he entered the studio of Leon Cogniet, with whom, at a later period, he painted several battle scenes for the gallery at Versailles. He first exhibited at the Salon of 1833. His works could be found in the principal modern museums of France at the time, including those of the Luxembourg, Versailles, Rouen, Strasbourg, and Marseilles. He obtained medals in 1837, 1840, and was awarded the Legion d'honneur in 1846. Several noted pictures were painted upon commissions received after he traveled to Algiers. His works were also shown at the Royal Academy exhibition in London. (source: Obituary in "The New York Times", November 10, 1884). CONDITION: All items with toning, foxing spots, etc. to be expected from age. Mosby's signatures in excellent condition. Areas of acid burn to card stock. [See more photos →]

$5,040.00
340 Lot 340: 2 Charleston Slave Hire Badges, incl. Lafar. 2 Charleston Slave Hire Badges, incl. Lafar. Lot 340: 2 Charleston Slave Hire Badges, incl. Lafar.

Two (2) Charleston Slave Hire copper alloy badges, including one (1) Lafar. 1st item: 1811 Lafar Servant Slave Hire Badge, Number 221. Octagonal shaped with four long sides, the shorter sides scalloped out to create a cruciform appearance, with a hole at the top for suspension. Front marked “CHARLESTON” in a lunate punch at the top, “1811” in a rectangular logotype punch, “SERVANT” in a rectangular punch underneath. “No.” in a square punch with “22(1)” hand engraved at the bottom. Hallmarked “LAFAR” in a rectangular punch on the back. Includes original receipt from Early American History Auctions, Inc. 49.2 mm. x 52.3 mm (1.94″ x 2.06″). Note: John Joseph LaFar was a Charleston silversmith and city marshal who received a contract to make slave badges after Charles Prince. Note: The cruciform shape seems to have been a popular style for this year, see the 1811 Porter badge in Bowers & Merena November, 2001 for a similar example. 2nd item: 1853 Mechanic Slave Hire Badge, Number 200. Diamond shaped with corners folded flush and a hole at the top for suspension. Front marked “CHARLESTON” in a lunate punch at the top, “MECHANIC” in a rectangular punch, “1853” in a rectangular punch, and “200” in individual number punches at the bottom. No hallmarks. Includes documentation of email correspondence regarding the provenance of the tag. 47.8 mm x 56.1 mm (1.88″ x 2.21″). Note: Tag was dug “Down Town” Charleston area in 2003. Provenance: 1st item purchased from Early American History Auctions, Inc., August 23, 2008. Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. CONDITION: 1st item: Appearance is Very Fine or better in places. Deep green in color. Spade mark or folds across left side. Surfaces somewhat smooth in places. Slightly dished, the front bowed towards the viewer, believed to add additional strength to the badge when worn. Last digit of serial number uncertain due to crack. 2nd item: Overall appearance is Very Fine. Dark brown in color. [See more photos →]

$5,040.00
82 Lot 82: Norman MacBeth Portrait of a British Officer Norman MacBeth Portrait of a British Officer Lot 82: Norman MacBeth Portrait of a British Officer

Norman MacBeth (England/Scotland, 1821-1888) oil on canvas three-quarter length portrait of a British Officer, possibly Lt. Colonel John Pitt Kennedy (1796-1879) or General Sir James Shaw Kennedy (1788-1865). The subject, with gray hair and moustache, attired in his red uniform coat with Victoria Regina buckle and sword partially visible beneath his cloak, is depicted standing with his right hand resting atop a book on a table and left hand holding a letter. Patterned drapery hangs in the background. The signature corner on letter reads "friend, Kennedy". Signed "Norman Macbeth" and dated "1864", lower right. Indistinct writing en verso of canvas. Housed in the original giltwood cove molded frame with guilloche and floral scroll bands and carved corner elements. Sight – 49 1/2" H x 30 1/4" W. Framed – 60" H x 49 1/2" W. Mid 19th century. Provenance: a Nashville, Tennessee estate. Biography: Norman Macbeth was born at Greenock, Scotland, and apprenticed as an engraver before going to London to study at the schools of the Royal Academy. He moved on to Paris, where he painted copies in the Louvre. In 1845 Macbeth established himself as a portrait- painter, practicing in Greenock and Glasgow. By 1845 he was a regular contributor to the exhibitions of the Royal Scottish Academy, and in 1861 he went to Edinburgh. There he was successful as a portrait-painter, and was elected a Royal Scottish Academician in 1880. About two years before his death Macbeth moved to London. There he represented the Royal Scottish Academy as trustee of the British Institution Scholarship Fund. Macbeth's portraits were considered unmistakable likenesses. His works include the portraits of Sir John Steell RSA, acquired by the Royal Scottish Academy, and that of the Rev. Dr. Lindsay Alexander, by the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. (source: Askart). CONDITION: Painting is in good condition with previous restoration evident. Two 1" L scratches, center top, background; 4" line of slight tenting upper right quadrant, background; general craquelure most noticeable lower half of painting. Painting has 5 significant areas of inpainting to craqulure lines: lower left corner 7"H x 5"W; lower right side 5"H x 4" W; end of left sleeve 3"H x 2"W; below letter 2"H x 3"W; and under left armpit 8"H x 3"W, see black light image. Sitter's face appears to have been professionally cleaned with 1/2" D circle overpainting to sitter's left temple. Frame: multiple cracks (especially to corner ornaments) and small edge losses, up to 1". [See more photos →]

$4,864.00
111 Lot 111: David Driskell Egg Tempera on Paper, "The Sentinel" David Driskell Egg Tempera on Paper, "The Sentinel" Lot 111: David Driskell Egg Tempera on Paper, "The Sentinel"

David Driskell (Maryland/District of Columbia, b. 1931) “The Sentinel” egg tempera on paper, half portrait depicting a figure against a patterned background. Signed “Driskell” upper right. Hinge mounted to mat, unframed. Part of original sales tag (torn) en verso, also titled in pen en verso. Image – 9 1/2″ H x 7 1/2″ W. Mat – 14″ H x 11 1/2″ W. Mid/late 20th century. Provenance: Private Nashville, TN collection. Biography: An artist, scholar, curator, and collector, David Driskell is a world authority on African-American art. In addition to receiving thirteen honorary degrees and numerous awards, including three Rockefeller fellowships and the National Humanities Medal from President Bill Clinton, Driskell has curated more than thirty-five exhibitions on black artists. His own paintings and collages have been included in countless national and international shows. (source: The Johnson Collection, Spartanburg, SC) CONDITION: Light toning, overall good condition. [See more photos →]

$4,864.00
535 Lot 535: MacDonald Bronze Ballerina Sculpture, The Rose MacDonald Bronze Ballerina Sculpture, The Rose Lot 535: MacDonald Bronze Ballerina Sculpture, The Rose

Richard MacDonald (California, b. 1946) bronze sculpture titled “The Rose”, depicting a ballet dancer in costume, at the barre, adjusting a slipper. Signed, numbered and dated on the base “R. MacDonald- ’95-85/170”. Mounted on a rectangular stepped marble base. Sculpture – 18 1/8″ H x 13″ W. 20″ total H. 36 lbs. Provenance: Private Kentucky Collection. Biography: Richard MacDonald is a California-based contemporary figurative artist known for his bronze sculptures. He studied painting and illustration at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena and worked as a commercial illustrator until his late thirties, when a fire destroyed his studio and its contents. He subsequently began sculpting, and within ten years was succeeding as a figurative sculptor. He is an award-winning fellow of the National Sculpture Society and member of Bohemian Club, Cosmos Club, and National Society of Illustrators. Many of his ballet sculptures, for which he is well known, were created during the time he spent as a visual artist in residence with the Royal Ballet. MacDonald also received the Medal of Honor from the United States Sports Academy and recognition by the United States Olympic Committee for his work commemorating athletes. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$4,864.00
172 Lot 172: Vintage 1.64 ct Diamond Platinum Ring Vintage 1.64 ct Diamond Platinum Ring Lot 172: Vintage 1.64 ct Diamond Platinum Ring

1.64 round brilliant cut diamond solitaire (approx. H-I, VS) in vintage platinum mounting with six single cut round diamonds. Ring size 7. 4.8 grams. Diamond has chip from girdle to lower girdle facet in the pavilion. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: Please note chip in diamond from girdle to lower girdle facet in the pavilion. Chip would be at top or base of stone in photo; not at side in mounting. Some surface grime. [See more photos →]

$4,800.00
43 Lot 43: H. Stern 44 ct. Aquamarine & Dia. Ring, GIA H. Stern 44 ct. Aquamarine & Dia. Ring, GIA Lot 43: H. Stern 44 ct. Aquamarine & Dia. Ring, GIA

H. Stern aquamarine, diamond and 14K white gold ring, center emerald-cut aquamarine weighing approximately 44.14 carats by formula, in a 14 karat white gold four prong box setting containing 4 round single cut and 2 round modified brilliant cut diamonds with total weight of approximately .12 ct. GIA report 2195831508, dated November 28, 2018, states aquamarine is Octagonal, Step Cut, Transparent, Blue, Natural Beryl, Aquamarine measuring 22.64 x 20.06 x 14.19 mm. 15.03 grams. Mounting marked 14K. No maker's mark. Ring size 5 1/2. Provenance: the estate of Martha Dodge, Hendersonville, Tennessee. Purchased at H. Stern in Rio de Janeiro circa 1945 by Dr. Edward Dunlap; by descent to his niece, Martha Dodge. Purchase paperwork unavailable. Note: Dunlap was chief of the ophthalmology division of Cornell Medical Center in New York. He was a noted gem and mineral collector who bequeathed his mineral collection to Case Western Reserve University upon his death in 2004. CONDITION: Very good condition. See GIA report 2195831508 stating stone is an Aquamarine. [See more photos →]

$4,800.00
144 Lot 144: East TN Burgner Sheraton Desk, Figured Maple & Cherry East TN Burgner Sheraton Desk, Figured Maple & Cherry Lot 144: East TN Burgner Sheraton Desk, Figured Maple & Cherry

East Tennessee Sheraton desk on turned legs, attributed to the Burgner school of cabinetmakers. Bird's eye maple, figured maple, and cherry primary woods; poplar secondary. Comprised of a shaped, birdseye maple gallery back atop a plain rectangular case having a solid birdseye maple fall front writing surface with breadboard ends; fitted interior with seven pigeonholes and three drawers (one with a non-functioning lock); one full length dovetailed maple drawer with turned cherry pulls; tall turned and tapered Sheraton legs; paneled sides. 49 3/4" H x 38 1/8" W x 20 5/8" D. 2nd quarter 19th century. Found in Rogersville, TN. Note: Five Burgner brothers, including John C., Jacob F., Henry, Christian, and Daniel F., were cabinetmakers primarily in the Horse Creek community of Greene County and Washington County, Tennessee from 1817 until 1902. John C. Burgner maintained a "waste book" detailing the daily operations of the business, including information on furniture forms produced as well as recordings for some of the pieces sold. The Burgners made pieces ranging from $8 to $50, in a wide range of forms. This cabinetmaking shop was known in the region for the incorporation of highly figured woods including curly maple, cherry, and walnut (source information courtesy Daniel Ackermann, Associate Curator, Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts). CONDITION: Older refinish. Slight sun fading to to top. Small patch underside of front left corner. A couple of hairline cracks to pull down front. Drawer runners rebuilt. Some staining to back of backsplash. [See more photos →]

$4,800.00
332 Lot 332: East Tennessee Samuel Bell Dagger Point Knife & Silver Scabbard East Tennessee Samuel Bell Dagger Point Knife & Silver Scabbard Lot 332: East Tennessee Samuel Bell Dagger Point Knife & Silver Scabbard

East Tennessee Mid-19th century Samuel Bell-style dagger point side knife with coin silver and ivory grip. Coin silver scabbard with fine scrolled, crosshatched and wiggle work engraving, leather lined. Blade length – 6 7/8". Overall length with scabbard – 11 1/4". Provenance: Private collection; acquired from a Newport, Tennessee family in 1972. CONDITION: Blade in overall good condition with few areas of light pitting. Areas of tarnish, dents to scabbard. Hairlines and yellowing due to age on hilt. [See more photos →]

$4,800.00
72 Lot 72: Geo. III Tregent Clock, ex-Clarence Mack, Palm Beach Geo. III Tregent Clock, ex-Clarence Mack, Palm Beach Lot 72: Geo. III Tregent Clock, ex-Clarence Mack, Palm Beach

James Tregent (British, Active 1770-1806) George III Bracket Clock from the estate of noted architect Clarence Mack (with accompanying photo). Clock with brass eight-day movement and bell chime, ebonized mahogany case with arched and paneled top, each mahogany panel raised on a brass plinth; the center one with brass bail handle. Tombstone-arch glass doors to front and back and arched windows to sides, all with brass rabbet edges, the back glass revealing ornate engraved decoration to movement back; all on brass base raised on brass ogee feet. Metal dial engraved “James Tregent / Leicest’r Square / London”, engraved chapter ring with Roman numerals and Arabic minutes numerals and date aperture, surmounted by chime/silent selector dial. Pendulum present. Keys included along with a 20th century list of dates the clock was cleaned, ranging from 1785-1985. 13″ H x 9″ W x 6 3/4″ D. Circa 1780. Provenance: the estate of Martha Dodge, Hendersonville, TN; the estate of Marvin Dodge (brother to Mrs. Dodge’s late husband, Robert), Palm Beach, Florida; the estate of Clarence Mack, Palm Beach, Florida. Marvin Dodge was the caretaker/companion of noted American architect Clarence Mack, and inherited several antiques (now in this auction) from him. A 1960s era photograph of the clock sitting on the mantel of Mr. Mack’s home in Palm Beach accompanies this lot. Biography: Clarence Mack, known for designing Georgian Revival homes in Ohio’s prestigious Shaker Heights and Lakewood areas, and later in Palm Beach, was born in 1888 and grew up on Cleveland’s west side and in Lakewood. Mack’s houses were all apparently built for speculation; he is said to have bought the property, designed each house and acted as contractor, furnished the houses with antiques purchased from his European travels, and lived in many of them before selling them. His business slowed with the advent of the Stock Market crash of 1929. He spent 5 years traveling around the world before settling in Palm Beach, Florida in 1935. He continued to design and build there until his retirement in 1962, his name becoming synonymous with the “Palm Beach Regency Style.” Never married, Mack died in Palm Beach in 1982. (sources: The Lakewood Historical Society and the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History, Case Western Reserve University.) CONDITION: One piece of side molding reglued. Possible early conversion to anchor escapement. Functionality has not been checked and is not guaranteed; the clock is offered “as is.” [See more photos →]

$4,608.00
371 Lot 371: Alfred Morris O/C, Sheep and Guard Dog Alfred Morris O/C, Sheep and Guard Dog Lot 371: Alfred Morris O/C, Sheep and Guard Dog

Alfred Morris (British, 19th century) large oil on canvas landscape, depicting a flock of sheep being watched over by a guard dog, stationed atop a boulder; a gray, ominious sky threatens a potential storm overhead. Elaborate giltwood frame, likely original, with laurel and acanthus moldings and wide rabbet edge. Signed lower left. Sight – 29 1/2" x 49 1/2". Framed – 41" x 61 1/2". CONDITION: Relined and cleaned; scattered specks of white paint drips to lower right quadrant, minor scratching lower left near bottom edge, scattered crazing. Overall good condition. Frame has some regilding and small losses. [See more photos →]

$4,608.00
148 Lot 148: East TN William Grindstaff Stamped Jar East TN William Grindstaff Stamped Jar Lot 148: East TN William Grindstaff Stamped Jar

East Tennessee, possibly Knox County, stoneware pottery small lidded jar, with 3 deeply incised lines around the shoulder. Upper body with impressed semi-circle stamp "W. Grinstaff" for William Grindstaff, with a sideways "1" underneath and backwards "S" in the name stamp. 6 1/4" H with lid. Late 19th century. Note: This jar was featured in the 1996 "Tennessee Turned: Earthenware and Stoneware Made in East Tennessee 1800-1900" East Tennessee Historical Society exhibition. CONDITION: Excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$4,560.00
141 Lot 141: Middle TN Cherry Sugar Chest, Maury Co. Middle TN Cherry Sugar Chest, Maury Co. Lot 141: Middle TN Cherry Sugar Chest, Maury Co.

Maury County, Tennessee sugar chest, cherry primary, poplar secondary. Rectangular case having a hinged lid with cleated ends and molded front edge, one dovetailed drawer over turned legs. Retains the original divider and glass pulls. 35 1/2" H x 34" W x 21 3/8" D. Circa 1835. Note: Exhibited in 1996 at South Union Shaker Village, Auburn, Kentucky and featured on page 29 of the catalog "A Sense of Place: Kentucky Shaker Furniture and Regional Influence/ An Exhibition of Antebellum Kentucky and Tennessee Furniture". Provenance: the collection of Hank and Mary Brockman, Franklin, TN. CONDITION: Older refinish with general wear. Overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$4,560.00
268 Lot 268: Confederate Leech & Rigdon Waist Plate on Leather Sword Belt Confederate Leech & Rigdon Waist Plate on Leather Sword Belt Lot 268: Confederate Leech & Rigdon Waist Plate on Leather Sword Belt

Confederate Leech & Rigdon waist belt plate on original leather sword belt. 2-piece sand cast brass plain tongue plate, oak leaf wreath with embossed Leech & Rigdon "reverse L" patterns, top and bottom center. Includes original receipt and documentation from Shannon Pritchard, Old South Military Antiques. Plate approximately 50 mm x 91 mm (1.97" x 3.58"). Wreath height Ð 49 mm (1.93"). Belt length approximately 30". Provenance: Purchased from Shannon Pritchard, Old South Military Antiques. Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. Note: See "Confederate Belt Buckles and Plates" by Steve E. Mullinax, 1999, page 35. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. Areas of tarnish to brass buckle. Missing hangers. [See more photos →]

$4,560.00
297 Lot 297: Colt Model 1851 Navy Revolver, .38 cal., T. H. Biscoe 5th LA Vols Colt Model 1851 Navy Revolver, .38 cal., T. H. Biscoe 5th LA Vols Lot 297: Colt Model 1851 Navy Revolver, .38 cal., T. H. Biscoe 5th LA Vols

Colt Model 1851 Navy Revolver, .38 caliber, serial number 97989, engraved on grip frame "T H Biscoe 5th LA Vols". All visible serial numbers matching. Belonged to Confederate Captain Thomas H. Biscoe, Company K, 5th Louisiana Volunteer Infantry, organized in New Orleans, Louisiana, in May 1861. Barrel marked "Address Saml. Colt Hartford CT.", cylinder marked "Colt's Patent No. 97989", left side of frame marked "Colts Patent", inscription on the back strap and butt strap reads "T. H. Biscoe 5th La. Vol." and "Forever Ashley". Walnut stocks, octagonal barrel, brass trigger guard and back strap, iron mounted, cylinder with visible engraved naval engagement scene of the Republic of Texas Navy and the Mexican Navy, checkered hammer, replaced loading lever, standard front sight. Three ring binder containing complete history of Biscoe included with lot. Barrel length – 7 1/2". Overall length – 13 1/2". Serial number corresponds to year 1860. Provenance: Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. Note: There is a large binder of information on Capt. Thomas H Biscoe who was killed in action at the 1864 battle of the Wilderness accompanying this lot. CONDITION: The action is tight and crisp. Most of the cylinder scene is still visible with the exception of a few minor dings by the serial number. Replaced loading lever. [See more photos →]

$4,560.00
23 Lot 23: 16 pcs Chinese Export Porcelain, 16 pcs incl. Baskets 16 pcs Chinese Export Porcelain, 16 pcs incl. Baskets Lot 23: 16 pcs Chinese Export Porcelain, 16 pcs incl. Baskets

Set of early Chinese Export Porcelain, sixteen (16) pieces, including two (2) reticulated baskets, three (3) large saucers with four (4) teacups, three (3) smaller saucers with four (4) cups. All with Famille Rose borders having landscape, dragon and duck vignettes; the centers with sepia toned vignettes of figures in landscape and interior settings; all with painted monogram "R". Baskets – 4 1/8" H x 10 1/8" W x 9 1/8" D and 3 1/2" H x 9" W x 7 3/4" D. Large saucers – 7 3/4" dia. Large cups – 2 3/4" H. Smaller saucers – 6 1/4" dia. Smaller cups – 2 5/8" H. All items 2nd quarter of 19th century. CONDITION: Baskets are missing the handles. Two smaller saucers with old break repairs. Two smaller cups with repairs. Two larger cups with chip to rims. [See more photos →]

$4,352.00
261 Lot 261: J. S. Mosby Archive, 3 ALS, Signed Photo, 8 items J. S. Mosby Archive, 3 ALS, Signed Photo, 8 items Lot 261: J. S. Mosby Archive, 3 ALS, Signed Photo, 8 items

Archive of 8 items related to John Singleton Mosby, the Confederate "Gray Ghost," including three (3) ALS, one (1) signed cabinet card, and three (3) related newspaper articles, 8 items total. 1st-3rd items: Three (3) ALS. One page handwritten letters written on Department of Justice, Washington, D.C. stationary. From John Singleton Mosby, at the time of the letters working as an Assistant Attorney in the Department of Justice, Washington DC, to Mrs. J. D. Herblin, his cousin, Nashville, Tennessee. 1st item: Letter dated July 10, 1907. Mosby describes his life in Washington, D.C. writing "My dear Cousin: Your letter recd. I was very little hurt by being run over by a bycicle [sic] & I am entirely recovered. I recd. the picture & thought I had acknowledged it. I now live in Washington–an Assistant Attorney in the Dept. of Justice. I know the Wash. correspondent of the Boston Herald very well–Brownlow–One of my daughters & her two children live here with me. I wish very much that my official duties could at some time take me to Nashville where I was married–My love to your family. Sincerely Jno.S.Mosby". 2nd item: Letter dated December 4, 1907. Mosby expresses his continued interest in Nashville, TN, stating "My dear Cousin: I just recd. your letter of Dec. 1st. It will give me great pleasure to meet your nephews to show him some attention. Your lady friend to whom you gave the card of introduction has not yet presented it…I send you two pictures of myself…[I] have no doubt that Nashville has improved greatly since I was married there on Dec: 30th 1856. My love to your family. Sincerely yours, Jno.S.Mosby" with additional message reading "I recd. today a very kind letter from Gov. [James D.] Porter of the Peabody University of Nashville". 3rd-4th items: Letter dated October 9, 1908. Mosby mentions his friend, James Davis Porter, writing "My dear Cousin: Your letter just recd. with news of the death of my cousin Mrs. Thorne: Someone had sent me a Nashville paper announcing it. I am very sorry to hear it. When I lived in San Francisco we corresponded. She sent me her picture [which] is very much like my sister Blakely who lives in Washington. She was related to me on the Mosby side. Do you know Gov. [James D.] Porter; he lives in Nashville & is connected with the University. He is a particular friend of mine. If you ever see him remember me to him. I shall put the picture of the Mosby ancestor in my…book. I enclose a list of errata in my book [which] you can correct. My love to your family. Affectionately, Jno.S.Mosby". Includes a Department of Justice, Washington, D.C. envelope address in Mosby's handwriting, postmarked "Washington, D.C. Oct 9 1908 1 30 PM". All letters approximately 10 3/4" H x 8 1/4" W. Envelope – 3 3/4" H x 6 3/8" W. Biography: James Davis Porter (1828-1912) was an American attorney, politician, educator, and officer of the Confederate Army. He served as Governor of Tennessee from 1875 to 1879. He was subsequently appointed as Assistant Secretary of State during President Grover Cleveland's first administration, and Minister to Chile in Cleveland's second administration. As an elected state legislator on the eve of the Civil War, Porter had introduced the "Porter resolutions" which bound Tennessee to the Confederacy should war be declared. He served during much of the war as chief of staff to Confederate General Benjamin F. Cheatham, and saw action at various battles in Tennessee and Georgia. Porter spent his later years as chancellor of his alma mater, the University of Nashville, and as president of Peabody College. This was established at the University of Nashville during his gubernatorial administration. He oversaw the liquidation and transfer of the University of Nashville's assets to the Peabody Education Fund, which allowed Peabody College to be re-established near Vanderbilt University in 1909. (source: https://tennesseeencyclopedia.net/entries/james-davis-porter/). 5th item: Signed large cabinet card depicting John Singleton Mosby as a well dressed man in his late middle age. Signed "Sincerely Yours, Jno.S.Mosby". Studio marks for Tabler, 121 Post St., San Francisco, under image, lower left and right. Image – 7 7/8" H x 5 1/4" W. Card – 10 1/8" H x 7 5/8" W. 6th item: Copy of "Why I Fought for Virginia" by John Singleton Mosby, published in Leslie's Weekly, Thursday, April 6, 1911, pages 381-382. 7th item: Copy of an article titled "Gen. Robt. E. Lee's Spurs of Gold", published in the Nashville Banner, Friday, April 21, 1899. 8th item: Copy of a photograph clipped from a newspaper commemorating the unveiling of the monument designating the spot where Mosby disbanded the Mosby Rangers, April 21, 1865, published circa 1916. Biography: John Singleton Mosby (1833-1916), also known by his nickname, the "Gray Ghost", was a Confederate army cavalry battalion commander in the American Civil War. His command, the 43rd Battalion, Virginia Cavalry, known as Mosby's Rangers or Mosby's Raiders, was a partisan ranger unit noted for its lightning-quick raids and its ability to elude Union Army pursuers and disappear. After the war, Mosby became a Republican and worked as an attorney and supported his former enemy's commander, U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant. He also served as the American consul to Hong Kong and in the U.S. Department of Justice. CONDITION: Overall good condition with toning, foxing spots, dampstaining, tears, etc. to be expected from age. Mosby signatures in very good condition. [See more photos →]

$4,352.00
159 Lot 159: Southwest VA Stoneware Pitcher, Cobalt Decoration, Exhibited Southwest VA Stoneware Pitcher, Cobalt Decoration, Exhibited Lot 159: Southwest VA Stoneware Pitcher, Cobalt Decoration, Exhibited

Small Washington County, Virginia stoneware pitcher with elaborate cobalt floral decoration to the body and cobalt decoration to the spout and neck. 6 3/4" H x 4" dia. 2nd half of the 19th century. Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. Note: This pitcher was exhibited in the "Legacy in Clay: Pottery of Washington County, Virginia" 2005 exhibit, William King Regional Arts Center, Abingdon, VA. It was also illustrated in the "Legacy in Clay" museum exhibit catalog and in the book, "Great Road Style: The Decorative Arts Legacy of Southwest Virginia & Northeast Tennessee", Betsy K. White, University of Virginia, page 147, figure 134. CONDITION: Chip to inside edge of rim. [See more photos →]

$4,320.00
288 Lot 288: Confederate Selma, AL Arsenal Leather Cap Box Confederate Selma, AL Arsenal Leather Cap Box Lot 288: Confederate Selma, AL Arsenal Leather Cap Box

Confederate Selma, Alabama Arsenal Made Leather Cap Box. Brown leather, single stitched curved outer flap with lunate interior flap. Outer flap marked "SELMA ARSENAL". Includes brass finial, top portion of the closure tab, and wide belt loop. Also includes Shannon Pritchard, Old South Military Antiques retail listing. 4 1/2" H x 3 3/4" W x 1 5/8" D. Provenance: Purchased from Shannon Pritchard, Old South Military Antiques. Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. Note: For a similar example, see "Collecting the Confederacy" by Shannon Pritchard, 2005, page 76. CONDITION: The box is very well made with some crackling. The bottom portion of the closure tab is gone. [See more photos →]

$4,320.00
38 Lot 38: 18K Signoretti Link Necklace, 120 gr. 18K Signoretti Link Necklace, 120 gr. Lot 38: 18K Signoretti Link Necklace, 120 gr.

One (1) 18K yellow gold Signoretti braided stampato link choker necklace with hook and ring clasp, inlaid with eleven square cut blue natural sapphires next to the round clasp. Maker's mark worn. Marked Italy, 18K on clasp. 17 inches long. 120.4 grams. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Overall excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$4,096.00
303 Lot 303: Nimschke Factory Engraved Colt Model 1849 Revolver, .32 cal Nimschke Factory Engraved Colt Model 1849 Revolver, .32 cal Lot 303: Nimschke Factory Engraved Colt Model 1849 Revolver, .32 cal

Nimschke Factory Engraved Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver, .32 caliber, serial number 80217, all visible serial numbers matching with dots to trigger guard and underside of frame. Top of barrel marked "Saml Colt", left side of frame marked "Colts Patent", cylinder and underside of frame marked "2" with serial number. Engraved scrollwork is present on most of the major components, entwining line and dot motifs appear on the loading lever and butt with a naval battle scene on the cylinder. Louis D. Nimschke's characteristic wolf head on either side of the hammer, left side of frame, and an eagle head on the right side of frame above the wedge. 1-piece ivory stocks, octagonal barrel, silver plated frame, standard front sight, loading lever. Barrel length – 5". Overall length – 10". Serial number corresponds to year 1853. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Action is excellent. Nimschke engravings highly visible, cylinder scene is weak. Gun has been cleaned in the past. Part of a cased set at one time. [See more photos →]

$4,096.00
405 Lot 405: Historic TN Gilt Thistle Leaf Chandelier Historic TN Gilt Thistle Leaf Chandelier Lot 405: Historic TN Gilt Thistle Leaf Chandelier

Historic Chattanooga, Tennessee gilt metal thistle and leaf decorated six-light chandelier or gasolier with round etched glass shades, brass or bronze base, five sections and six arms with applied gilt metal chased leaves and thistle flowers and ending in thistle pendant drop. Chandelier converted from oil to electric. Six (6) etched glass globes of white to clear with scenes including three (3) farmsteads, one (1) with storks in grass, one (1) of Roman soldiers on horseback, and one (1) of fishermen. Three (3) smaller etched glass globes also included, one (1) with scene of caribou. Chandelier approximately 34" H x 35 1/4" W. Six (6) globes – 5" H x 7 1/2" dia. overall. Three (3) globes – 4 1/2" H to 5" H x 7 1/2" W. American, late 19th century. Provenance: Formerly hung in the Cravens – Coleman House built in 1870 in Cravens Colony on Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, and listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1990. CONDITION: Surface grime. Oxidation to gilding at arm joints. Not tested for functionality. One small chip to rim of caribou globe. [See more photos →]

$4,096.00
522 Lot 522: John Piper Mixed Media Abstract John Piper Mixed Media Abstract Lot 522: John Piper Mixed Media Abstract

John Egerton Christmas Piper (Illinois/United Kingdom, 1903-1992) mixed media abstract painting, watercolor and gouche on grid paper, signed lower right "John Piper". Adhered en verso is a note from the artist with printed address Fawley Bottom Farmhouse near Henley-On-Thames, reading "Dear Mr. Brumbaugh, I am a great putter-aside of letters, & I'm afraid I put aside yours of last July. However, I've got around to it at last! All Good wishes, Yours sincerely, John Piper". Clarksville TN framing label en verso. Painting is float mounted on an ivory mat in a black narrow molded frame. Painting – 4" H x 7 1/4" W. Framed – 9" H x 12" W. Provenance: The Estates of Olen Bryant and the late Vanderbilt University art professor Thomas Brumbaugh, Clarksville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Paper has small tears along upper edge consistent with being torn from a notebook or sketchbook, otherwise excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$4,096.00
572 Lot 572: Loetz Phanomen Art Glass Vase, signed "Austria" Loetz Phanomen Art Glass Vase, signed "Austria" Lot 572: Loetz Phanomen Art Glass Vase, signed "Austria"

Attr. Loetz, Candia Phanomen Blue art glass vase, double gourd form with flared rim and iridescent blue and green pulled threads over a copper-red body, ground pontil with crossed arrows "Austria" mark. 8 3/4" H. 6" dia. Circa 1898. Provenance: Middle Tennessee private collection. CONDITION: A few miniscule imperfections, light wear and scratches, overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$4,096.00
301 Lot 301: New Orleans and Vicksburg Agent Marked Tranter items, incl. Revolver, Holster New Orleans and Vicksburg Agent Marked Tranter items, incl. Revolver, Holster Lot 301: New Orleans and Vicksburg Agent Marked Tranter items, incl. Revolver, Holster

Two (2) Civil War era Agent Marked Tranter items, including New Orleans Tranter Agent Marked Revolver, Vicksburg Tranter Marked Holster. 1st item: New Orleans Agent Marked Tranter Double Action Revolver, .36 caliber, serial number 11473.T. Top of barrel and breech marked "Manufactured Expressly for D. Kernaghan & Co. New Orleans W. Tranters Patent", left side of side-mounted loading lever and double trigger marked "W. Tranter Patent", right side of frame marked with serial number, cylinder marked with proper British proof marks. Checkered English walnut stocks, octagonal barrel, iron mounted with foliate engravings, side-mounted loading lever, standard front sight. Includes three ring binder containing purchasing information and research. Barrel length – 5 1/2". Overall length – 10 1/2". Serial number corresponds to approximately 1860. 2nd item: Confederate Agent Marked Louis Hoffman Vicksburg, Mississippi Leather Belt or Strap Holster for a Tranter Revolver. Brown leather, single stitched with metal clip (possibly German silver) marked "LOUIS HOFFMAN" in an arch over "VICKSBURG" in a straight line, reverse. Provenance: Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. CONDITION: 1st item: Double action works well. Stocks with light dings. No finish on metal. 2nd item: The holster is very well made, all stitching is strong. Some flaking to leather. Areas of green corrosion to clip. [See more photos →]

$4,080.00
51 Lot 51: 12 Towle Sterling Goblets – Louis XIV 12 Towle Sterling Goblets – Louis XIV Lot 51: 12 Towle Sterling Goblets – Louis XIV

Set of twelve (12) Towle sterling silver goblets in the Louis XIV pattern, all with gilt wash interiors. 6 1/2" H. 20th century. 66.08 total troy ounces. Not monogrammed. Provenance: Gallatin, Tennessee private collection. CONDITION: One goblet with slight denting to the base, all with light wear. Overall very good condition. Not monogrammed. [See more photos →]

$3,840.00
302 Lot 302: Cased Confederate Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver, .31 cal Cased Confederate Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver, .31 cal Lot 302: Cased Confederate Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver, .31 cal

Cased Confederate Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver, .31 caliber, serial number 106166, all visible serial numbers matching. Top of barrel marked "Address Saml Colt New York City", cylinder marked "Colt's Patent No. 106166". Walnut stocks, octagonal barrel, silver washed brass trigger guard and back strap, iron mounted with engraved stage coach hold up scene on cylinder, checkered hammer, standard sights, loading lever. Includes poplar case identified to Major Claudius L. Goodwin, Hampton's Legion, South Carolina in script reading "C L Goodwin", "Co…A", and possibly "Hampton Legion 186-". Case with blue velvet lining contains flask, nipple wrench, a "Eley London" tin of sand, and the key to the case. Three ring binder containing complete history of Goodwin included with lot. Barrel length – 4". Overall length – 9". Case – 2" H x 10" W x 5 3/4" D. Provenance: Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. Note: Major Claudius L. Goodwin served in Hampton's Legion in major battles; Peninsula Campaign, Seven day Battle, 1st & 2nd Manassas, Sharpsburg, Gettysburg, Tennessee Campaign, The Wilderness, Petersburg, Bentonville, Appomattox. CONDITION: The revolver is tight. Silver wash remaining on trigger guard and back strap. Finish remaining on stocks. Engraved cylinder scene is visible with some rust. [See more photos →]

$3,840.00
795 Lot 795: Motlow Lynchburg TN Whiskey Jug Motlow Lynchburg TN Whiskey Jug Lot 795: Motlow Lynchburg TN Whiskey Jug

Scarce Lem Motlow, nephew and successor of Jack Daniels, advertising stoneware whiskey jug. White slip glaze with blue stenciled lettering that reads : All Goods Worth Price Charged/ Lem Motlow/Lynchburg, Tenn. 8 1/8" H. Circa 1910. Note: Lem Motlow (1869-1947) was said to have had a head for numbers, and originally worked as a bookkeeper for his uncle's company. In 1907, faced with failing health, Jack Daniels gave the distillery to Motlow and another nephew. Motlow soon bought out the other nephew, but his whiskey production in Lynchburg was short lived. In 1910, Tennessee passed a statewide prohibition law, forcing the company to shift its distilling operations to Birmingham and St. Louis. Motlow challenged the law in a test case that ended up before the Tennessee Supreme Court, and he eventually became a Tennessee state senator. He continued to operated the distillery for 40 years. While some glass Motlow bottles survive, stoneware jugs bearing his imprint from the pre-Prohibition era are scarce. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Some light chipping and glaze loss to spout, scattered firing flaws to body, missing the original wire and wood handle. [See more photos →]

$3,840.00
327 Lot 327: Confederate NC Clip Point Bowie Knife, Calvin Baker, 3rd VA Infantry Confederate NC Clip Point Bowie Knife, Calvin Baker, 3rd VA Infantry Lot 327: Confederate NC Clip Point Bowie Knife, Calvin Baker, 3rd VA Infantry

Confederate North Carolina Clip Point Bowie Knife. Belonged to Calvin Baker who served under Captain Hankins' Surry Light Artillery, 3rd Virginia Infantry. Turned walnut grip, brass ferrule with four decorative inscribed lines, blade with flat back and clip point. Unmarked. Includes binder with genealogical and military records of Calvin Baker and his family with additional photocopies of photographs of the knife. Blade length – 16 7/8". Overall length – 22". Provenance: Descended in the family of Calvin Baker until it was sold by his great grandson, Emmett Billings Baker, August 10, 2002. Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. Note: This knife is included in "Confederate Bowie Knives" by Jack Melton, Josh Phillips, and John Sexton, 2012, page 163. CONDITION: Overall good condition with dark patina, light pitting, and nicks to blade. Few areas of tarnish to ferrule. [See more photos →]

$3,712.00
415 Lot 415: Anna Brewster O/C, Haystacks, Fenimore Road Anna Brewster O/C, Haystacks, Fenimore Road Lot 415: Anna Brewster O/C, Haystacks, Fenimore Road

Anna Mary Richards Brewster (American, 1870-1952) oil on canvas landscape depicting haystacks in a field. Signed with monogram "ARB" lower left. Label en verso reads, "A Fox Meadow Harvest near Fenimore Road. By Anna R. Brewster. About 1912". Housed in a molded gilt wood frame. Sight – 8 3/4" H x 12 3/4" W. Framed – 12 1/2" H x 15 1/2" W. Early 20th century. Provenance: the collection of Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Slaymaker, Nashville, Tennessee. Biography: Anna Brewster was the daughter of noted marine and landscape painter, William Trost Richards, who was her first teacher in painting technique. She began exhibiting at the National Academy in New York City at the age of fourteen. She also studied at the Cowles Art School in Boston, in New York with John LaFarge and William Merritt Chase, and in Paris at the Academy Julian. She married William Tenney Brewster, a professor at Barnard College, and in 1910, the couple settled in Scarsdale, New York, where she founded the Scarsdale Art Association. The couple spent their summers at a family cottage in Matunuck, Rhode Island and traveled together extensively in Europe and North Africa. (source: Askart). CONDITION: Overall excellent condition. Relined. [See more photos →]

$3,712.00
521 Lot 521: Joseph Richards O/C, Farmhouse Under Full Moon Joseph Richards O/C, Farmhouse Under Full Moon Lot 521: Joseph Richards O/C, Farmhouse Under Full Moon

Joseph Richards (New York/Illinois/Iowa, 1921-2007) oil on canvas painting depicting a lone farmhouse in a prairie landscape setting, illuminated by a full moon with field in the background. Unsigned. Housed in a silver gilt wood frame. Sight – 29 1/4" H x 32 1/4" W. Framed – 35 3/4" H x 38 3/4" W. Biography: Joe Richards was born in Des Moines, Iowa. He studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia, and in Chicago at the Art Institute, the American Academy and the Mizen Academy. His early works featured rural and urban industrial subjects in a photo realist style. In the 1970s, he began focusing on mechanical subjects including sections of railroad locomotives. Exhibition venues include the Tucson Museum in Arizona; Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio; National Academy of Design in New York; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Audubon Artists; Texas Fine Arts Association in Austin, Texas; the Silvermine Guild in New Canaan, Connecticut; and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, where he won the Distinguished Artist Award in 1979 at the Virginia Artists 27th Biennale. (source: AskArt). Provenance: from the collection of Richards' partner, Eleanor Joan Jarvis, acquired directly from the artist, who stated it was a painting inspired by the midwestern scenes he remembered from his childhood. CONDITION: Overall excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$3,712.00
270 Lot 270: Confederate Enlisted Louisiana Belt Buckle Confederate Enlisted Louisiana Belt Buckle Lot 270: Confederate Enlisted Louisiana Belt Buckle

Rare Confederate Enlisted Louisiana stamped rectangular belt buckle with three (3) brazed hooks. Depicts the state seal of Louisiana, a pelican feeding her young above "N.O". Includes a letter of authentication from Nick Periut of Army of Tennessee Relics, Knoxville, TN. 60 mm x 88 mm (2.36" x 3.46"). Provenance: Verbal history states that the buckle was dug in Melrose, Virginia near the location of the Battle of Harrisonburg, fought June 6, 1862. Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. Note: See "Confederate Belt Buckles and Plates" by Steve E. Mullinax, 1999, plate 290. CONDITION: Dug condition. [See more photos →]

$3,600.00
100 Lot 100: Adelia Armstrong Lutz O/C, Two Hounds Adelia Armstrong Lutz O/C, Two Hounds Lot 100: Adelia Armstrong Lutz O/C, Two Hounds

Adelia Armstrong Lutz (American/Tennessee, 1859-1931) large oil on canvas winter landscape, depicting two hounds standing in an open field, with a luminescent sky in the background, one hound seemingly hiding behind the other, after the original by Otto Ritter von Thoren (France/Austria, 1828-1889). Signed lower left "After O. Von Thoren by A. A. Lutz" and stamped en verso "Copied from the original at the Corcoran Gallery". Housed in a contemporary carved wood frame. Sight – 37 1/2" H x 30 1/2" W. Framed – 46" H x 38 1/2" W. Biography: Adelia Armstrong Lutz (1859-1931) was known for painting portraits, landscapes, and still lifes. She was born in Jefferson County, Tennessee. She studied art at the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, D.C., at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and abroad. Upon her return to Knoxville in 1887, she was a director of the Knoxville Art Club and co-organized the Nicholson Art League. She married John Edwin Lutz in 1885 and they built their home, "Westwood", on Knoxville's Kingston Pike in approximately 1890. Provenance: Property of a direct descendant of Adelia Armstrong Lutz. CONDITION: Good condition with heavy craquelure across mid section and 4 minor losses right side. Wax relining. [See more photos →]

$3,480.00
87 Lot 87: Harvey Joiner O/B, Autumn Landscape Painting Harvey Joiner O/B, Autumn Landscape Painting Lot 87: Harvey Joiner O/B, Autumn Landscape Painting

Harvey Joiner (Kentucky/Indiana,1852-1932) oil on board landscape painting depicting a forest with autumn leaves, sunlight shining through beech trees. Signed "Harvey Joiner" lower right (inconspicuous due to color and location). Gilt metal placard with artist's name affixed lower center of frame. Housed in a giltwood frame. Sight – 5 3/4" H x 13 1/2" W. Framed – 12 1/4" H x 20" W. Biography: A painter, Harvey Joiner did portraits including the first five governors of Indiana and also worked in St. Louis where it is thought he studied with David Hoffman. At age 16, he began sketching scenes of African-Americans on the Mississippi River Boats, and by 1880, he had established a studio in Louisville, Kentucky and specialized in scenes of Kentucky beech woods. He also painted allegorical subjects. (source: Who Was Who In American Art). CONDITION: Painting has 4" L x 1" W area of overpainting and repair at top right. Several small areas of loss down left side and across bottom with inpainting, largest 3/8". Two tiny holes center right side in yellow leaves of trees. Backing board attached. Small abrasions and losses to frame. [See more photos →]

$3,456.00
271 Lot 271: Confederate Louisiana Waist Belt Plate Confederate Louisiana Waist Belt Plate Lot 271: Confederate Louisiana Waist Belt Plate

Confederate Louisiana die-struck rolled brass face waist belt plate. Lead filled with brass belt hooks, soldered directly onto the lead backing. Depicts the state seal of Louisiana, a pelican feeding her young. 55 mm x 77 mm (2.17" x 3.03"). Provenance: Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. Note: This is one of variants found wherever Louisiana troops served from Virginia to the Mississippi River. See "Confederate Belt Buckles and Plates" by Steve E. Mullinax, 1999, plate 286. CONDITION: Dug condition. [See more photos →]

$3,360.00
49 Lot 49: Victorian 15K 78-inch chain w/ Slide Victorian 15K 78-inch chain w/ Slide Lot 49: Victorian 15K 78-inch chain w/ Slide

One (1) British standard 15 karat yellow gold 78-inch long rolo link chain, possibly for a pocket watch, with a 31 mm long by 25 mm wide ornate punched gold and black enamel slide which contains 5 rose cut diamonds. Engraved "M 1889" on back. Slide – 1-1/4" x 1"x 1/4". 76.9 grams. Late 19th century. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$3,328.00
287 Lot 287: Confederate Macon, GA Arsenal "Mule Foot" Leather Cap Box Confederate Macon, GA Arsenal "Mule Foot" Leather Cap Box Lot 287: Confederate Macon, GA Arsenal "Mule Foot" Leather Cap Box

Confederate Macon, Georgia Arsenal Made "Mule Foot" Leather Cap Box. Dark brown pig leather, single stitched with triangular outer flap and lunate interior flap. Outer flap marked "MACON ARSENAL". Includes lead finial, closure tab, and single wide belt loop. Also includes binder with several pages of research complied by J.R. "Butch" Myers, II, Richmond, Virginia, photographs of a similar cap box in the archives of the Atlanta History Center in Atlanta, Georgia, and a copy of email correspondence between the consignor and Marc Cutler regarding this and other Civil War era items. 4 3/8" H x 4 3/8" W x 1 1/4" D. Provenance: Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. CONDITION: Overall good condition with some checkering. The stitching is tight. The closure tab is in place. [See more photos →]

$3,240.00
135 Lot 135: Classical Kentucky Secretary Bookcase Classical Kentucky Secretary Bookcase Lot 135: Classical Kentucky Secretary Bookcase

Diminutive Classical Kentucky secretary bookcase, figured mahogany veneers and cherry primary, pine and poplar secondary. Two part construction, pediment cornice over two paneled glass doors with brass edge, flanked by fully carved Ionic columns with acanthus carved plinths, over three dovetailed drawers. Base with one full convex-front drawer, flanked by carved acanthus medallions, and containing a fold-out hinged baize covered writing surface with two storage compartments, above four bold ring and rope twist turned legs terminating in ball feet. "Ada Boyland" inscribed verso of pediment. 73 1/2" H x 37 1/4" W. 23 1/4" D. Circa 1830. Note: A similar example that descended in the Rowan Family of Bardstown is currently in the collection of Federal Hill, My Old Kentucky Home (ref.Ê "Collecting Kentucky, 1790-1860" p. 293 by Genevieve Baird Lacer and Libby Turner Howard). CONDITION: Minor surface wear and abrasions. A few scattered areas of veneer replacement and loss. Wear and losses to the lower drawer interior with loss to right side. [See more photos →]

$3,120.00
263 Lot 263: TN 1860 Album, Cumberland University Phi Kappa Sigma TN 1860 Album, Cumberland University Phi Kappa Sigma Lot 263: TN 1860 Album, Cumberland University Phi Kappa Sigma

Civil War Era Tennessee fraternal album, comprised of autographs and photographs of members of Phi Kappa Sigma at Cumberland University, circa 1860. The fraternity was founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1850 by Samuel Brown Wylie Mitchell. Cumberland University, located about 30 miles east of Nashville, became the thirteenth university on the roll of chapters in 1859. This album, compiled at the cusp of the Civil War, records the likenesses and signatures of mostly young men who would go on to fight on both sides of the conflict, many included in "The Boys Who Went to War from Cumberland University 1861-1865" by William C. Floyd and Paul Gibson, 2001. Includes thirteen (13) photographs and/or signatures of students who would fight as Confederate soldiers: Joseph H. Dew of Columbia, TN, enlisted as a private, 19th (Biffle's) Tennessee Cavalry, Company G, the only notation on his military records is that he was absent without leave in March 1865, (p. 138); David Short Goodloe of Canton, MS, enlisted as a private, 18th Mississippi Infantry, Company C, on May 28, 1861, promoted to adjutant on May 25, 1862, wounded and captured on the second day of fighting at Gettysburg, (p. 100-101); Lee M. Ramsaur of Early Grove, MS; enlisted as a captain, 1st Arkansas Mounted Rifles, Company D, on June 2, 1861, rose to rank of colonel on the regimental staff, wounded and captured at the Battle of Murfreesboro, (p. 162); A.B. Washington of Memphis, TN, served as a sergeant in Captain Johnston's Tennessee Company of Artillery (Southern Guards Light Artillery), from April 21, 1861 to April 21, 1862 until he was mustered out, enlisted in the 154 Senior Tennessee Infantry, 2nd Company B, on May 10, 1862, elected 2nd lieutenant on April 20, 1863, severely wounded during the Battle of Chickamauga and died on November 26, 1863, (p. 87); Thomas J. Williams of Lebanon, TN, present at the initial organization of the 4th (Roddey's) Alabama Cavalry in October 1862, rose to rank of lieutenant, wounded near Florence, Alabama on May 7, 1864 (p. 175); James H. McClain of Lebanon, TN, enlisted as a private, 7th Tennessee Infantry, Company H, appointed 5th Sergeant on August 31, 1861, wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville, had his leg amputated on May 4, 1863, died of fever on July 22, 1864 in Alabama, (p. 38-39); Stephen Newton McCraw of Selma, AL (no photo), enlisted as a 2nd lieutenant, 4th Alabama Infantry, Company C, on April 26, 1861, resigned on April 21, 1862, joined 51st Alabama Partisan Rangers as a private, wounded at Shelbyville, TN and captured on June 27, 1863, exchanged and promoted to 1st lieutenant as the acting adjutant to the staff Brigadier General William Andrew Quarles on December 3, 1864, listed on a Prisoners of War, and Stragglers, in Selma, Alabama on May 25, 1865 and paroled on the date, (p. 90); William J. Somervell of Brownsville, TN, served as a Captain of 2nd Arkansas Calvary, Company E, and was promoted to Major by General Fagan on July 20, 1864, reassigned to the Trans-Mississippi Department, 2nd Arkansas Calvary, he and his company were captured at Mine Creek on October 25, 1864 (p. 157); Alexander Allison of Lebanon, TN, enlisted in the 7th Tennessee Infantry May 1861, transferred to Captain McClung's Company, Tennessee Light Artillery, on August 1, 1861, elected 1st lieutenant on October 1, 1861, witness at a court martial in April 1863, "in arrest" at the same court martial May and June 1863, McClung's Company became part of 1st Tennessee Light Artillery, Company around May 1, 1864, captured near Morristown, TN on October 28, 1864 and sent to a military prison in Louisville, KY, transferred to Johnson's Island on November 22, 1864, released on June 16, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance, (p. 178); Zachariah Frank Thompson of the Cherokee Nation (no photo), enlisted as a private, 7th Tennessee Infantry, Company H, transferred to Company K on September 1, 1861, discharged effective August 24, 1864 because he was a minor, volunteered with the Lebanon Greys at sixteen, enlisted in the 8th (Smith) Tennessee Calvary and remained until the close of the war, (p. 41); Issac A. Patton of Goliad, TX, enlisted as a 2nd lieutenant, 3rd Battalion (Yager's) Texas Calvary, Company B, October 11, 1861, unit consolidated with Taylor's and Ware's Battalion in May 1863 to form the 1st Texas Calvary (Yager's), last entry in his military record shows him present for duty in February 1864, (p. 168); and James M. Witherspoon of Nashville, TN (no photo), enlisted in 15th Tennessee Calvary, Company H, on November 18, 1863 and elected 1st lieutenant the same day, unit broken up and assigned to Stewart's and Longwood's Regiment, also called the 15th Tennessee Calvary in February 1864, his name last appears on muster rolls on May 23, 1864, (p. 169). Also includes one (1) photograph and signature of William Y. Pemberton of Versailles, MO, private in (Union) Osage County Regiment, Missouri Home Guard, Captain Bradshaw's Company G, later joined the 47th Enlisted Missouri Militia and elected 1st lieutenant, pension records state he lost the sight in his left eye during the war, (p. 191). Three (3) faculty members are also included: Abraham B. Caruthers, Professor of Law, Representative of Wilson County in the TN Secession Legislature of 1861, (p. 21); Nathan Green, Sr., Professor of Law, State Senate of TN in 1826, Judge of the State Senate Supreme Court in 1831, (p. 22-23); and Nathan Green, Jr., Professor of Law, Staff Officer under General A. P. Stewart, Superintendent of Engineering Works in Macon, GA, Fourth Head of Cumberland University in 1873, Chancellor until 1902, appointed dean of the School of Law in 1882 until his death in 1919, (p. 24-25). Other photographs and/or signatures not listed in "The Boys Who Went to War" include: John C. Carter, Lebanon, TN, Minor B. Harris, Jackson, MS, T.J. Mann of Brownsville, TN, Bacon Estes of Columbia, TN, J.W. Randles of Aberdeen, MS, E.H. Pointer of Maury Co., TN, Dan T. Saffarraus of Memphis, Cicero Spurlock of McMinnville, TN, C.S.O. Rice of Durhamville, TN, Jo. H. Caruthers of Jackson, TN, Robert Caruthers Lebanon, TN (no photo), Presley N. Connor of Ripley, TN, J.L. Griggs of Mason, MS, Bob E. Houston of Madisonville, TN, T. or S. Sevier of Canton, MS, R.O. Booth of Vicksburg, MS, G.A. Pillow Jr. of Columbia, TN, Thomas D. Dodd of Glasgow, KY, and Powhatan R. Baptist of Dayton, AL. Pencil inscription verso with owner's name, "L. D. Henley" (some inscriptions mention "Lew"). Approximately 75 signatures total, 45 accompanied by photographs. Hardbound in a tooled leather cover, approximately 72 gilt edged pages. 7 1/2" H x 5" W x 1 1/4" D. Note: The owner might be Lewis D. Henely, alternate name L. D. Henley, who was a private then promoted to sergeant in the 5th Regiment Alabama Infantry, Company H. (source: National Park Service Film Number M374 Roll 20). CONDITION: Part of spine missing. Printed list of national leaders is detached, with full horizontal tear. Several other pages have come detached from binding. General toning and foxing. [See more photos →]

$3,120.00
132 Lot 132: Inlaid Chest 1 of 2, Norfolk VA or British Isles Inlaid Chest 1 of 2, Norfolk VA or British Isles Lot 132: Inlaid Chest 1 of 2, Norfolk VA or British Isles

Inlaid serpentine chest of drawers, Norfolk, Virginia or British Isles, mahogany primary with pine, birch, ash and spruce (ash and spruce confirmed by microanalysis) secondary woods. Serpentine-front flamed mahogany overhanging top, having chamfered concave corners, over a conforming case with contrasting four-sided flower and intertwined vine inlay to corners; four graduated dovetailed drawers with cock-beaded edges and rectangular string inlay, full dustboards. Top drawer divided into three sections. Straight skirt with line inlay at top, over straight plain bracket feet; rear feet horizontally laminated. Brass escutcheons, locks and round brass bail pulls. 41-1/2" H x 47-1/4" W x 22-7/8" D at center. Circa 1800. Note: this is one of two remarkably similar chests in this auction from the same collection (but acquired separately, from different sources), both of which follow a form that originated in the British Isles but also appears in the area around Norfolk, Virginia. It is accompanied by a 2004 copy of letter written by furniture conservator James L. Horne of Goodlettsville, Tennessee, attributing this chest (which was at that time owned by Nashville dealer Jim Williams) to Norfolk, Virginia. This assertion is made based on the form and construction techniques including horizontal blocking or lamination of the feet, the grain of the runners which runs parallel to the dust boards and sides of the chest, and the presence of woods including red and yellow pine (based on Horne's visual identification). However, we have not confirmed the presence of yellow pine in this chest. As a port city, Norfolk furniture makers (many of whom were British immigrants) had access to a wide variety of hard and soft woods being imported and exported through the city, and the presence or absence of certain woods makes geographic attribution based on woods alone very difficult. This chest is also accompanied by a letter written in 2015 by Christopher Lang, conservator and cabinetmaker, formerly of Colonial Williamsburg, comparing this chest with the other chest (most easily distinguinshed from each other by the plain feet on this chest – referred to in the letter as "the Horne chest" versus the inlaid feet on the second chest). Lang attributes both chests to Norfolk, Virginia and writes "it is probable that these accomplished pieces came from the same cabinet shop." This chest surfaced in a Nashville estate and was purchased by dealer Jim Williams, but no additional provenance information is known. Provenance: Private Southern collection. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with general use wear, some light stains to the top and surface scratching to front. Some small veneer patches to skirt. Chubb, English-stamped brass locks appear later than the chest. [See more photos →]

$3,000.00
249 Lot 249: Rare and Early Map of TN, 1794 Morse Rare and Early Map of TN, 1794 Morse Lot 249: Rare and Early Map of TN, 1794 Morse

A MAP OF THE TENNASSEE [sic] GOVERNMENT, 1794, by Jedidiah Morse, published by John Stockdale, London, 1794. Rare. From the book "The American Geography" by Jedidiah Morse. Copper plate engraving depicting Tennessee and the surrounding states with early cities and towns, including Nashville, Knoxville, Clarksville, roads, rivers, and other bodies of water; does not show boundary lines. Title, lower right, scale of miles, top right. "Longitude We[s]t from London" lower left. Map surrounded by scale notations and a line border. Conservator label and additional information, en verso. Matted and housed under glass in a wooden frame. Image – 6 3/4" H x 9 1/4" W. Sight – 7 1/4" H x 9 5/8" W. Framed – 12 1/8" H x 15 1/8" W. Late 18th century. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. Likely deacidified by David Lloyd Swift in the late 20th century. Areas of light foxing. Not examined outside of frame. [See more photos →]

$3,000.00
431 Lot 431: Vintage Platinum Diamond Ring Vintage Platinum Diamond Ring Lot 431: Vintage Platinum Diamond Ring

Vintage platinum diamond ring, center round brilliant diamond approximately 1 ct. (SI-I, J-K) and two round brilliant diamonds approximately .15 ct. each. Oval border with 14 round diamonds and 2 baguette diamonds with total weight of approx. .50 ct. all SI, J-K. Total diamond weight approximately 1.80 ct. Ring marked Irid. Plat. Ring size 7. 7.8 grams. Circa 1940. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: Some surface grime and wear to mounting. Shank slightly out of round. [See more photos →]

$2,944.00
531 Lot 531: Diego Rivera Drawing, study for a mural Diego Rivera Drawing, study for a mural Lot 531: Diego Rivera Drawing, study for a mural

Diego Rivera (Mexican, active United States), 1886-1957) charcoal or chalk on wove paper sketch titled "Banditos", depicting figures on horseback, in motion. Graphite signature lower right. Hinge mounted in modern black frame. Sheet approximately 18 1/2" x 24 1/2". Frame 25" H x 31" W. Provenance: the collection of Eileen Adelsperger Maier, Franklin, TN, acquired by her parents in 1963 directly from Diego Rivera's widow and former art dealer, Emma Hurtado Rivera at her home in Cuernavaca, Mexico. By oral tradition, it was a study for a mural. A signed affidavit from Ms. Maier detailing the acquisition of this sketch is included with this drawing. CONDITION: Poor condition. Lower right corner professionally re-attached. Refer to scan of condition report and treatment recommendation provided by Dawn Heller, paper conservator. [See more photos →]

$2,944.00
39 Lot 39: 18K Signoretti Bracelet with Sapphires 18K Signoretti Bracelet with Sapphires Lot 39: 18K Signoretti Bracelet with Sapphires

One (1) 18K yellow gold Signoretti braided stampato link bracelet, containing eleven square cut blue natural sapphires beside the circular end piece. Maker's mark, 18K, 750, Italy on hinged hook clasp. 8" L overall. 65.6 grams. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$2,880.00
536 Lot 536: MacDonald Bronze Ballerina Sculpure, Warming Up MacDonald Bronze Ballerina Sculpure, Warming Up Lot 536: MacDonald Bronze Ballerina Sculpure, Warming Up

Richard MacDonald (California, b. 1946) bronze sculpture titled "Warming Up", depicting a ballet dancer stretching before practice. Signed and numbered on the foot "R. MacDonald, 48/60". Mounted on a round stepped marble base. Sculpture – 16 1/2" H x 8 1/2" W. 19" total H. 15.5 lbs. Provenance: private Kentucky collection. Biography: Richard MacDonald is a California-based contemporary figurative artist known for his bronze sculptures. He studied painting and illustration at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena and worked as a commercial illustrator until his late thirties, when a fire destroyed his studio and its contents. He subsequently began sculpting, and within ten years was succeeding as a figurative sculptor. He is an award-winning fellow of the National Sculpture Society and member of Bohemian Club, Cosmos Club, and National Society of Illustrators. Many of his ballet sculptures, for which he is well known, were created during the time he spent as a visual artist in residence with the Royal Ballet. MacDonald also received the Medal of Honor from the United States Sports Academy and recognition by the United States Olympic Committee for his work commemorating athletes. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$2,880.00
546 Lot 546: Portfolio of 4 Charley Harper Wildlife Serigraphs Portfolio of 4 Charley Harper Wildlife Serigraphs Lot 546: Portfolio of 4 Charley Harper Wildlife Serigraphs

Portfolio of four (4) Charley Harper (Ohio/West Virginia, 1922-2007) serigraphs on paper titled "Largemouth Bass and Luna Moth", "A Family of Chickadees", "Early Risers (Spring Wildflowers)", and "Barn Owl and Harvest Mouse" depicting geometric minimalist animals and plants. Published by the Frame House Gallery, Inc., Louisville, KY, circa 1968. Signed and numbered "C. Harper 186/500" lower right under images. Includes paper guard with printed text, three card stock cards with titles and description of serigraphs, housed in a folded card stock portfolio. Serigraphs – 15 3/8" H x 2 3/4" W. Portfolio – 15 7/8" H x 21 1/4" W. American, mid 20th century. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Serigraphs in overall good condition. Light toning, creases to paper guard and documentation. Portfolio with toning, scuffs, foxing spots, pencil marks, tears. [See more photos →]

$2,816.00
76 Lot 76: Attr. Francis Wheatley, 2 Barnewalle Family Portraits of Young Men Attr. Francis Wheatley, 2 Barnewalle Family Portraits of Young Men Lot 76: Attr. Francis Wheatley, 2 Barnewalle Family Portraits of Young Men

Attr. Francis Wheatley, R.A. (English, 1747-1801) oil on canvas cabinet size portrait paintings of two young men in white wigs, one wearing a brown coat, the other wearing a green coat, both identified on labels, verso, as members of Lord Trimbleston's family, family name Barnwalle. Unsigned. Subject in brown coat: 10 7/8" x 8 7/8" sight, 12 7/8" x 11" framed; Subject in green coat: 11 1/4" x 9 1/8" sight, 13 1/2" x 11" framed. Circa 1780. Note: The Barnewalles were a noble family of Ireland. Biography: Francis Wheatley was born in London in 1747, the son of a master tailor in Covent Garden. First placed under Daniel Fournier, a neighbor who was a drawing master, he was subsequently trained at the drawing school run by William Shipley, the founder of the (Royal) Society of Arts. He was a pupil of an unidentified Mr. Wilson, perhaps Benjamin Wilson, when, in 1762, he won the Society's premium for a drawing of the human figure. In 1763 he won a similar prize and is recorded as traveling abroad, perhaps in France and the Low Countries. In 1766 he won the Society's second prize for a landscape drawn from nature. In 1769 he entered the Royal Academy Schools as one of its first students. In 1770 he was elected a member of the Society of Artists, where he had first exhibited in 1765, becoming a director in 1774. He assisted John Hamilton Mortimer on the decoration of the ceiling of the saloon at Brocket Hall, Hertfordshire, between 1771 and 1773, and later in the decade went on sketching tours, for example to Devonshire in 1778. Wheatley lived extravagantly and ran into debt; in 1779, with the aid of a loan from Benjamin West which he never repaid, he went to Dublin with the wife of a fellow artist, J. A. Gresse, whom he passed off as his own. In 1783 he returned to England… he was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy in 1790 and became a full Academician in 1791. (source: The National Gallery, London). Provenance: the estate of Martha Dodge, Hendersonville, TN; the estate of Marvin Dodge (brother to Mrs. Dodge's late husband, Robert), Palm Beach, Florida; the estate of Clarence Mack, Palm Beach, Florida. Marvin Dodge was the caretaker/companion of noted American architect Clarence Mack, and inherited several antiques (now in this auction) from him. Biography: Clarence Mack, known for designing Georgian Revival homes in Ohio's prestigious Shaker Heights and Lakewood areas, and later in Palm Beach, was born in 1888 and grew up on Cleveland's west side and in Lakewood. Mack's houses were all apparently built for speculation; he is said to have bought the property, designed each house and acted as contractor, furnished the houses with antiques purchased from his European travels, and lived in many of them before selling them. His business slowed with the advent of the Stock Market crash of 1929. He spent 5 years traveling around the world before settling in Palm Beach, Florida in 1935. He continued to design and build there until his retirement in 1962, his name becoming synonymous with the "Palm Beach Regency Style." Never married, Mack died in Palm Beach in 1982. (sources: The Lakewood Historical Society and the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History, Case Western Reserve University.) CONDITION: Both relined, with later frames; craquelure, especially on the painting of the subject in green coat. Subject in brown coat has approximately 1" area of retouch to forehead. [See more photos →]

$2,760.00
248 Lot 248: Carey 1796 Map of "Tennassee" Carey 1796 Map of "Tennassee" Lot 248: Carey 1796 Map of "Tennassee"

Tennessee map, TENNASSEE [sic]: LATELY THE S.Wn. TERRITORY, engraved by William Barker, published by Matthew Carey, Philadelphia, 1796. From the American Pocket Atlas by Matthew Carey. Copper plate engraving depicting Tennessee and the surrounding states with early cities and towns, including Nashville, Knoxville, Clarksville, roads, forts, rivers, bodies of water, mountains, and other areas of interest such as Ross's Iron Works and the Johnson Iron Bank. Title and scale of miles, top center. "Longe: West from Philada." top right above map, "Longe: West from London" lower right below map. Map surrounded by scale notations and a line border. Conservator label and additional information, en verso. Encapsulated (not laminated) in a plastic archival sleeve and housed in a mat. Image – 5 7/8" H x 7 3/4" W. Sheet – 6 1/2" H x 8" W. Mat – 11 1/4" H x 12 1/8" W. Late 18th century. CONDITION: Overall good condition. Encapsulated (not laminated). David Lloyd Swift label indicates that the map was professionally cleaned and deacidified on February 6, 1998. Toning impression from text page, visible en verso. [See more photos →]

$2,760.00
348 Lot 348: Robert E. Lee Portrait, c. 1902, oil on canvas Robert E. Lee Portrait, c. 1902, oil on canvas Lot 348: Robert E. Lee Portrait, c. 1902, oil on canvas

Oil on canvas bust length portrait of Robert E. Lee, after a photograph attributed to Matthew Brady; the Confederate general is depicted in profile, wearing his uniform, with white hair and beard. Signed lower left Mary Fr. Higginbotham and dated April 1902, additional period paper label en verso of painting reads "Mary Fr. Higginbotham, Buckhannon Upshur County WV". 26 1/2" x 21 5/8" sight, 33 1/4" x 28 1/4" framed. Provenance: Alabama collection, purchased in the late 1980s in the Charlottesville, VA area. Note: The Buckhannon (WV) Record, March 9, 1951, carried notice of the death of Mary Frances Higginbotham, born 1877: "Born in Upshur County, she was a daughter of the late Coleman Cabell Higginbotham and Ida Day Higginbotham. She is survived by her three sisters, Miss Lulu Higginbotham and Miss Virginia Higginbotham, at home, and Mrs. H. M. Mathews, of Schuyler, Va. Miss Higginbotham was a member of the Episcopal Church and of the New Century Club. She conducted art classes for many years". CONDITION: Blacklight indicates revarnishing and 1/2" area of possible inpainting to subject's cheek; otherwise very good condition. [See more photos →]

$2,688.00
780 Lot 780: Turkish Flintlock Musketoon, .72 cal, with Dagger Turkish Flintlock Musketoon, .72 cal, with Dagger Lot 780: Turkish Flintlock Musketoon, .72 cal, with Dagger

Turkish Flintlock Musketoon, .72 caliber. Round barrel with body of gun covered in a heavily embellished Middle Eastern style tin overlay, Greek name inscribed to top of breech, plain silver butt plate, left side with two carrying rings. Includes a dagger of like design and metal. Barrel length – 30". Overall length – 44". Blade length – 12 1/2". Overall dagger length – 17". Late 19th/early 20th century. CONDITION: Action is not functioning. Pitting, rust to surface of exposed metal. [See more photos →]

$2,688.00
797 Lot 797: Barber Straight Razor Display or Advertising Sign Barber Straight Razor Display or Advertising Sign Lot 797: Barber Straight Razor Display or Advertising Sign

Large barber straight razor display or advertising sign, comprised of wood cover/sheath with mother of pearl overlay and a hinged iron blade with engraved scrolling foliate pattern, all mounted onto a black wooden base. Unsigned. 11" H x 44" L x 7 1/8" D. 42.6 lbs. Probably American, late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. Note: Oral history states that this item came from the collection of Colonel John Parker of the "Old Smokey Knife Works" in Louisville, KY and that it was made for the World's Columbian Exposition held in Chicago, IL in 1893. CONDITION: Losses to mother of pearl overlay, especially to rounded end edge. Oxidation and rust to iron blade. [See more photos →]

$2,688.00
814 Lot 814: 24 About UNC Confederate 1861 $10 Bills 24 About UNC Confederate 1861 $10 Bills Lot 814: 24 About UNC Confederate 1861 $10 Bills

Twenty-four (24) Confederate States of America (CSA) $10 September 2, 1861 Bills, Series 2, including sequential serial numbers. Issued in Richmond, VA, printed by Blanton Duncan, Columbia, SC. Vignette of the painting General Marion Inviting a British Officer to Share His Meal by John Blake White, top center, portrait of Robert M.T. Hunter, CSA Secretary of State and Senator, lower left, vignette of the goddess Minerva, right. Serial Number 89275/ pp 8, sequential Serial Numbers 89279, 89280, 89281, 89282/ pp 8, sequential 89285, 89286/ pp 8, sequential 89288, 89289/ pp 8, sequential 89291, 89292, 89293, 89294, 89295, 89296/ pp 8, 80327/ pp 2, Serial Number 80330/ pp 2, 80333/ pp 2, 80335/ pp 2, sequential 88365, 80366/ pp 2, 80368/ pp 2, sequential 80370, 80371/ pp 2. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. All bills approximately 3 1/4" H x 7 1/8" W. Mid 19th century. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: About Uncirculated condition. One "For Treasurer" signature is not present. [See more photos →]

$2,688.00
66 Lot 66: 4 Matthew Boulton Armorial Entree Dishes 4 Matthew Boulton Armorial Entree Dishes Lot 66: 4 Matthew Boulton Armorial Entree Dishes

Four (4) Old Sheffield plate covered armorial octagonal footed entree serving dishes, each dish comprised of three pieces: lid with removable handle, removable inner dish, and enclosed warming compartment with pierced liner. All with gadrooned borders, reeded acanthus handles, and four acanthus, sunburst and paw feet. Each engraved with double sunburst marks on bases, attributed to Matthew Boulton & Company, Sheffield, England. 7 1/4" H x 12 1/4" dia. Early 19th century. CONDITION: All with light scratching and general use wear. One lid with one small area of discoloration. [See more photos →]

$2,640.00
46 Lot 46: Art Deco Platinum Diamond Dinner Ring, circa 1940 Art Deco Platinum Diamond Dinner Ring, circa 1940 Lot 46: Art Deco Platinum Diamond Dinner Ring, circa 1940

Vintage platinum diamond ring with center round brilliant diamond weighing approximately 1.20 ct. (VS2-SI1, j-K), 4 small round brilliant diamonds together weighing approximately .40 ct, and an oval frame of 20 tapered and straight diamond baguettes together weighing approximately .80 ct. Mounting marked Platinum and with maker's mark. Ring size 7-1/4. 6.7 grams. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: Overall good condition. Some surface wear to mounting due to age. [See more photos →]

$2,640.00
139 Lot 139: SW Virginia Painted Pie Safe, Eagle Tins SW Virginia Painted Pie Safe, Eagle Tins Lot 139: SW Virginia Painted Pie Safe, Eagle Tins

Southwest Virginia red painted pie safe, press form, walnut primary, poplar and yellow pine secondary. Comprised of a slightly overhanging rectangular top over one large dovetailed drawer, over two paneled front doors enclosing two interior shelves. Each side has two elaborate punched eagle tins with floral borders, ring turned front feet and plain turned back feet. 42 1/2" H x 42 1/4" W x 17 3/4" D. 3rd Qtr. 19th century. Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. CONDITION: Old but not original paint. Losses to paint on the top. Left back corner of top damaged. Overall general wear. [See more photos →]

$2,640.00
230 Lot 230: Herend Rothschild Bird Blue Tureen; Underplate; Serving Dish Herend Rothschild Bird Blue Tureen; Underplate; Serving Dish Lot 230: Herend Rothschild Bird Blue Tureen; Underplate; Serving Dish

Group Herend Rothschild Bird Blue Border serving items: 1st-2nd items: Herend Rothschild Bird blue border tureen and underplate, cover with bird finial, edges with fish scale border, pair green twig handles. Tureen marked 1005/RO 56 B93 on base. 10-3/4" H x 14-3/4" W x 10" D. Platter marked 1101 1RC-EB H94 on base. 2" H x 16-1/2" W x 12-7/8" D. 3rd item: One (1) matching square vegetable serving dish with scalloped gilt rim, marks to base 1181/RO-EB B94, 2-1/2" H x 10-1/2" square. Hungarian, 20th century. 3 items total. CONDITION: Tureen and underplate in very good condition. Minor tape residue. 3rd item: Very good condition. [See more photos →]

$2,640.00
365 Lot 365: Spanish Colonial O/C, St. Hyacinth Spanish Colonial O/C, St. Hyacinth Lot 365: Spanish Colonial O/C, St. Hyacinth

Spanish Colonial, likely Cuzco School, oil on canvas painting depicting St. Hyacinth holding a monstrance in one hand and a Virgin and Christ Child bultos in other hand, in a garden setting, surrounded by trees, songbirds and flowers. Housed in a 20th century giltwood frame. Sight – 31-3/8" H x 22-1/2" W. Framed – 36-5/8" H x 27-5/8" W. South America, likely Cusco, Peru, 18th century. Provenance: The estates of Olen Bryant and the late Vanderbilt University art professor Thomas Brumbaugh, Clarksville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Two patch repairs on front in lower right quadrant. Wax lining. [See more photos →]

$2,560.00
374 Lot 374: Malva O/C, Mediterranean Sunflowers Malva O/C, Mediterranean Sunflowers Lot 374: Malva O/C, Mediterranean Sunflowers

Large oil on canvas landscape painting depicting a field of sunflowers in foreground and lake, hills and Mediterranean villa in background. Signed "Malva" lower right, attributed to George Malva (Syrian Republic, b. 1957) or Omar Malva (Syrian Republic/Austria, b. 1951). Housed in a giltwood molded frame with linen liner. Sight – 40" H x 39" W. Framed – 50" H x 49 1/4" W. Late 20th/early 21st century. Provenance: Private Kentucky Collection. CONDITION: Overall excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$2,560.00
149 Lot 149: East TN Grindstaff Double Handled Jar East TN Grindstaff Double Handled Jar Lot 149: East TN Grindstaff Double Handled Jar

East Tennessee, possibly Knox County, salt glazed stoneware pottery double handled jar, one-gallon capacity mark. Impressed semi-circle stamp "W. Grinstaff" for William Grindstaff, with a "1" below the rim. 11 1/4" H. Late 19th century. CONDITION: Large chip to rim and several deep pock marks/areas of loss to body of jar. [See more photos →]

$2,520.00
264 Lot 264: Album of 42 Confederate CDVs, incl. Generals, Booth Album of 42 Confederate CDVs, incl. Generals, Booth Lot 264: Album of 42 Confederate CDVs, incl. Generals, Booth

Civil War era album of forty-two (42) Confederate related cartes-de-viste, including John Wilkes Booth and a young Robert E. Lee, and other CSA Generals including Nathan Bedford Forrest, and Stonewall Jackson. 1st item: Composite CDV depicting John Wilkes Booth and his conspirators including George Atzerodt, Edmund Spangler, Michael O'Laughlen, Lewis Powell, Samuel Arnold, and David Harold. 2nd item: Composite CDV titled "Rebel Army of Virginia" depicting Confederate Generals James Longstreet, Pierre-Gustave Toutant de Beauregard, John Cabell Breckinridge, Fitzhugh Lee, Robert E. Lee, Ambrose Powell Hill, Jr., and Richard S. Ewell. 3rd item: Composite CDV titled "Rebel Army of Southeast" depicting Confederate Generals John Bell Hood, Sterling Price, Nathan Bedford Forrest, Edmund Kirby Smith, Joseph E. Johnston, Franklin Gardner, and Braxton Bragg. 4th item: Composite CDV titled "Confederate Cabinet" depicting the leaders of the Confederate States of America including President Jefferson Davis, Secretary of War John Cabell Breckinridge, Vice President Alexander H. Stephens, Secretary of the Navy Stephen Mallory, Judah P. Benjamin, and Postmaster General John Henninger Reagan. 5th item: Composite CDV titled "Confederate Dead" depicting Confederate Generals who were killed in action during the Civil War including W.O.B. Branch, Earl Van Dorn, John Hunt Morgan, William Barksdale, Albert Sidney Johnston, James Ewell Brown "Jeb" Stuart, Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson, John S. Bowen, Felix Zollicoffer, Lloyd Tilghman, Albert G. Jenkins, Ben McCullough, Leonidas Polk, and Gabriel J. Rains. 6th-39th items: Thirty-four (34) CDVs depicting CSA Generals and leaders, including one (1) Jefferson Davis, one (1) Alexander H. Stephens, with E. & H.T. Anthony, New York, NY studio marks, three (3) Robert E. Lee, one (1) Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson, one (1) Nathan Bedford Forrest, one (1) John Cabell Breckinridge, one (1) Braxton Bragg, one (1) Joseph E. Johnston, one (1) Albert Sidney Johnston, one (1) John S. Bowen, one (1) James Ewell Brown "Jeb" Stuart, one (1) Ambrose Powell Hill, Jr., one (1) John Bell Hood, one (1) Pierre-Gustave Toutant de Beauregard, with Morse & Peaslee, Gallery of the Cumberland. Nashville, TN, studio marks, one (1) Richard S. Ewell, one (1) James Longstreet, one (1) Leonidas Polk, with E. & H.T. Anthony, New York, NY studio marks, one (1) Humphrey Marshall, with E. & H.T. Anthony, New York, NY studio marks, one (1) Simon Bolivar Buckner, one (1) Sterling Price, and twelve (12) additional CDVs, including one (1) with E. & H.T. Anthony, New York, NY and one (1) with Robinson & Murphy, Nashville, TN studio marks. 40th-42nd items: Three (3) CDVs of Civil War era women, one (1) possibly depicting Julia Laura Jackson Christian, daughter of Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson, one (1) possibly depicting Rose O'Neal Greenhow, a female Confederate spy, and one (1) possibly depicting Varina Anne "Winnie" Davis, daughter of Jefferson Davis. Tooled leather and brass bound album manufactured by F. Heppenheimer, New York, NY. 6 1/8" H x 5 1/4" W x 2 1/4" D. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee, descended in his family. CONDITION: Album in worn condition with be expected from age. Album pages separated from binding, tears, toning, surface stains. CDVs in overall good condition, not examined outside of album pages. [See more photos →]

$2,520.00
326 Lot 326: Confederate Bowie Bayonet Knife with Scabbard Confederate Bowie Bayonet Knife with Scabbard Lot 326: Confederate Bowie Bayonet Knife with Scabbard

Confederate Bowie Bayonet Knife with original leather scabbard. Four-sided rosewood grip, brass attachment ring at the cross guard and pommel, blade with flat back and rounded at the end on the edge side. Scabbard with brass throat and tip, the top of the belt loop is riveted to the throat, the bottom of the belt loop is stitched to the scabbard. Unmarked. Blade length – 12 3/8". Overall length – 17 1/4". Scabbard length – 13". Provenance: Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. Note: Most likely made by Cook and Brothers of New Orleans. CONDITION: Overall good condition with wear to be expected from age and manner of use. Rosewood grip with original polish. Belt loop is present. The blade is bright and as-made. Brass with areas of tarnish. [See more photos →]

$2,520.00
512 Lot 512: Olen Bryant Carved Wood Face Sculpture Olen Bryant Carved Wood Face Sculpture Lot 512: Olen Bryant Carved Wood Face Sculpture

Olen L. Bryant (American/Tennessee, 1927 – 2017) carved wood sculture depicting a female face, emerging from a vertical block of burled wood. Mounted onto a rectangular wood base. Overall: 31 1/2" H x 17" W x 8 1/4" D. Unsigned. A letter of authenticity and provenance from the artist's niece, who served as his studio assistant and personal representative for his estate, will accompany this lot. Provenance: The estate of Olen Bryant, Clarksville/Cottontown, Tennessee. Biography: Nationally recognized sculptor Olen Bryant was born in Cookeville, Tennessee. He graduated from Murray State University and from the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield, Michigan, where he earned a Master's Degree in Fine Arts, and at the Cleveland Institute of Art, the Institute in the Visual Arts in American Culture at the University of Delaware, and the Winterthur Museum. His work was heavily influenced by the sculpture of Constantin Brancusi, and by Far Eastern (especially Buddhist) and Tribal art. From 1964-1991, Bryant taught as a professor at Austin Peay State University, and spent 27 years chairing the department of Sculpture and Ceramics. Bryant won the first Arts and Heritage Development CouncilÕs Lifetime Contribution to the Arts Award in 2006 and he received the Distinguished Artists Award during the 2007 GovernorÕs Awards for the Arts. He had more than twenty-two solo exhibitions, and his work is owned by museums including the Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga, the Tennessee State Museum of Art, the Cheekwood Museum of Art in Nashville, and the Customs House Museum in Clarksville, where a retrospective of his work was held in 2007 and 2016. His sculptures have also been displayed at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center and at Tennessee's Executive Residence. Bryant, whose professors at Cranbrook introduced him to the post-World War II craft movement, was also a founding member of the Tennessee Association of Craft Artists, and the Nashville Artist Guild. (Sources: Nashville Fine Arts Magazine; The Clearing House Museum, The Clarksville Leaf Chronicle, and family information). CONDITION: Natural fissure cracks to wood, overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$2,520.00
537 Lot 537: Glenna Goodacre Bronze, Flower Girl Glenna Goodacre Bronze, Flower Girl Lot 537: Glenna Goodacre Bronze, Flower Girl

Glenna Maxey Goodacre (New Mexico/Texas, b.1939) bronze sculpture titled "Flower Girl", depicting a young girl wearing a sun bonnet and dress with ruffled neck. Signed and dated on the base "G. Goodacre/ 2009" and numbered 21/85. Sculpture – 17" H. 22" total H. 42.3 lbs. Biography: Glenna Goodacre has become well-known for her bronze sculptures, specializing in action portraits of children and Native Americans. Born in Texas, she graduated from Colorado College, and then studied at the Art Students League in New York. She has resided in Santa Fe, New Mexico since 1983. She has won numerous awards including awards from the National Sculpture Society, Allied Artists of America and the National Academy of Design. (source: AskArt). CONDITION: Overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$2,520.00
802 Lot 802: 17 BU Rolls of Franklin Half Dollars 17 BU Rolls of Franklin Half Dollars Lot 802: 17 BU Rolls of Franklin Half Dollars

17 Brilliant Uncirculated rolls of Franklin Silver Half Dollars, minted 1948-1963. Approximately 122.98 total troy ounces. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Brilliant Uncirculated condition. [See more photos →]

$2,520.00
205 Lot 205: Large Tiffany & Co. Sterling Serving Tray Large Tiffany & Co. Sterling Serving Tray Lot 205: Large Tiffany & Co. Sterling Serving Tray

Tiffany & Company rectangular sterling serving tray, base marked Tiffany & Co./20900 Makers 5053/925-1000/M". Center of tray monogrammed "N". 24 1/4" L x 9" H. 61.440 troy ounces. Circa 1925. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: Overall general light surface wear to top, center with "N" monogram. Ding upper left corner. Scratching to the base. [See more photos →]

$2,432.00
383 Lot 383: 19th Century Carved Giltwood Venetian Mirror 19th Century Carved Giltwood Venetian Mirror Lot 383: 19th Century Carved Giltwood Venetian Mirror

Antique Venetian looking glass, carved giltwood acanthus scroll crest over a canted and mirrored frame with giltwood beaded edging; central rectangular mirror plate. 44" H x 29 1/2" W x 7" D. Italian, 19th century. Provenance: Gallatin, Tennessee collection. CONDITION: A few minor repairs to crest, a half dozen or so breaks to mirrored frame sides, scattered minor losses to mirror silvering. [See more photos →]

$2,432.00
394 Lot 394: Lusterweibchen "Mermaid"  Chandelier Lusterweibchen "Mermaid" Chandelier Lot 394: Lusterweibchen "Mermaid"  Chandelier

Black Forest antler chandelier or Lusterweibchen with carved wood and polychrome whimsical figural mermaid, her upper half depicted in European late 18th century dress, her arms raised to support curved wrought-iron leaf branches, each electrified. Pair 4-point elk horns mounted to sides of figure. Three support chains consist of fifteen 4-inch long interlocking decorative hooks leading to round crown-shaped top. 33" H x 24" L x 34" W. German, Late 19th century/early 20th century. Provenance: The collection of internationally known ragtime pianist and historian Johnny Maddox, Gallatin, TN. CONDITION: Old repaired breaks to both antlers. Overall general wear. Functionality not tested or guaranteed. [See more photos →]

$2,432.00
743 Lot 743: 5 Single Fore-Edge Painted Holy Bible Vols. 5 Single Fore-Edge Painted Holy Bible Vols. Lot 743: 5 Single Fore-Edge Painted Holy Bible Vols.

Five (5) Holy Bible Volumes with Single Fore-Edge Paintings. 1st-4th items: The Holy Bible, Tran[s]lated from the Latin Vulgat, Vol. I-IV, 1763, 1764. Printed in Dublin. Octavos, 1,994 total gilt edged pages with four (4) watercolor single fore-edge painting, one (1) to each book, Vol. I: St. Kenelm's Chapel, near Harlesowen, Shropshire, Vol. II: Beauchief Abbey, Sheffield, Vol. III: Lilan Egweist Abbey, Vol. IV: Wenlock Abbey, Much Wenlock, Shropshire, rebound in tooled dark red calf leather with gilt borders and gilt lettering to spines, marbled end papers. Ex libris book plates, inside of front covers. 7 1/4" H x 4 5/8" W x 1 1/2" D. 5th item: The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, Tran[s]lated out of the Latin Vulgat, Vol. I, 1764. Printed in Dublin. Octavo, 535 gilt edged pages with a watercolor single fore-edge painting of Llandaff Cathedral, Llandaff, Cardiff, Wales, rebound in tooled dark red calf leather with gilt borders and gilt lettering to spines, marbled end papers. Ex libris book plate, inside of front cover. 7 1/4" H x 4 5/8" W x 1 5/8" W. Mid 18th century. Note: All books in this lot were included on a bill of sale from John M. Bullock, Vice President of the First National Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio, dated September 6, 1984, available to the winning bidder. CONDITION: Fore-edge paintings in overall excellent condition. Pages in overall good condition with toning, areas of dampstaining. Rebound boards in overall good condition with areas of wear, corners bumped. Ex libris book plates, inside of front covers. Retail pencil inscriptions, front end papers. 5th item: Lettering to spine reads "Holy Bible Vol. V". [See more photos →]

$2,432.00
291 Lot 291: 2 Confederate Leather Holsters, including Richmond, VA Arsenal 2 Confederate Leather Holsters, including Richmond, VA Arsenal Lot 291: 2 Confederate Leather Holsters, including Richmond, VA Arsenal

Two (2) Confederate Leather Holsters, including Richmond, VA Arsenal. 1st item: Richmond, Virginia Arsenal Made Leather Flap Holster for a .36 caliber Navy Revolver. Brown leather, single stitched with blue piping on edge of flap, belt loop stitched with a standard "bullet" type stitching, plug included. 13" H x 6" W. 2nd item: Bridle Leather Flap Holster for a Small Colt Revolver. Brown leather, single stitched with single belt loop and retaining clasp. Old tag attached to closure strap reading "C.S.A. Holster" and initialed "B.P.L" on reverse. 12" H x 5" W. Provenance: Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. CONDITION: 1st item: Exceptionally well made with few cracks to leather. 2nd item: All stitching is strong, there are no breaks or breaks in the strong leather holster. Single belt loop and retaining clasp well stitched to body. [See more photos →]

$2,400.00
554 Lot 554: Bert Stern Marilyn Monroe Photograph, Black Dress, Last Sitting Bert Stern Marilyn Monroe Photograph, Black Dress, Last Sitting Lot 554: Bert Stern Marilyn Monroe Photograph, Black Dress, Last Sitting

Bert Stern (American, 1929-2013) and Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) signed limited edition black and white pigment print, depicting Monroe wearing a black dress, facing left and laughing, from the 1962 "Last Sitting" series, taken for Vogue Magazine in 1962, six weeks before the actress's fatal drug overdose. Signed and numbered 36/72 in red crayon. Housed in a contemporary brushed chrome frame. Sight – 12 5/8" H x 10 7/8" W. Framed – 20 1/8" H x 18 3/8" W. Claude Aguttes label en verso. Provenance: Private Southern collection, acquired from model and artist Sarah Conca. (See related lots from the Vogue Last Sitting collection in this auction, lots 551-557). Background: "Bert Stern was an American photographer best known for his iconic portraits of Marilyn Monroe. With his photo shoot that took place in 1962 just weeks before the actressÕ death, Stern later compiled [the images] into the photobook "Marilyn Monroe: The Complete Last Sitting," first published in 1982. Born on October 3, 1929 in Brooklyn, NY, Stern taught himself how to take photographs as a youth. Over the course of his career, Stern changed the landscape of fashion and advertising photography by creating dynamic, stand-alone images that no longer existed simply to serve the text. He emerged alongside Richard Avedon, Mark Shaw and Irving Penn as a pioneer of this new, confrontational style." (source: Artnet). CONDITION: Excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$2,400.00
80 Lot 80: 2 Baroque Still Life Paintings 2 Baroque Still Life Paintings Lot 80: 2 Baroque Still Life Paintings

Pair of Baroque still life paintings, oil on canvas laid down on wood panel, both rendered in a muted, almost grisaille palette. Both with exhibition/accession labels verso. One titled "Landscape with Vegetables and Formal Gardens" depicting an outdoor monument scene, the foreground with fruits, cabbages and other vegetables, a bird perched on a basket and a butterfly resting on fruit leaves; the other titled "Landscape with Vegetables and Garden Wall" depicting a garden wall with fruits and vegetables on the ground below and a rabbit eating cabbages, together with butterflies. Both housed under glass in early, matching, possibly original, carved giltwood frames with battens en verso. Unsigned. Sight – 18" H x 15 1/2" W. Framed – 24 3/4" H x 22" W. Likely Southern European, late 17th century. Provenance: a Nashville, Tennessee estate, exhibited at The Tennessee Fine Arts Center at Cheekwood prior to 1990. CONDITION: 1st painting with 2 vertical partial cracks upper margin, one vertical crack lower margin, errant piece of wood between glass and painting, overall grime, abrasions and losses to frame. 2nd painting with shrinkage crack to panel running full vertical length of painting, overall grime, abrasions and losses to frame. [See more photos →]

$2,304.00
129 Lot 129: Philadelphia Slant Front Desk, Signed and Dated 1812, Joseph Lyndall Philadelphia Slant Front Desk, Signed and Dated 1812, Joseph Lyndall Lot 129: Philadelphia Slant Front Desk, Signed and Dated 1812, Joseph Lyndall

Philadelphia Federal slant front desk, signed Joseph W. Lyndall and dated 1812, mahogany with poplar secondary. Fall front opens to reveal fitted interior with figured mahogany prospect door, enclosing 2 bird's eye maple veneered drawers and two open cubbies, flanked by 2 vertical drawers and 8 small bird's eye maple veneered drawers over 8 cubby holes. Prospect interior can be removed to reveal three hidden dovetailed drawers. Four graduated beaded and dovetailed long drawers having oval escutcheons and brass pulls, each pull with scene of a Grecian goddess figure reclining atop a cornucopia and waving an olive branch to a distant ship at sea. The drawers are flanked by concave molded quarter columns, over a straight, crossbanded skirt and shaped, slightly flaring bracket feet. Signed in script "Made by Joseph W. Lyndall 1812" and "Joseph W. Lyndall" on underside of two hidden drawers in desk interior. Additional signatures on the underside of desk case, "Joseph W. Lyndall August 1812" and "Joseph W. Lyndall 1812". 43 1/4" H x 42" W x 21 1/2" D. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with original feet. Lower two inches of right rear facing is an old replacement. Small losses and repairs to cross banded inlay at skirt; 1/2" gouge to top drawer (right front side), scattered scuffs, scratches and abrasions, two 6" circular white stains and one 1" white stain to top. [See more photos →]

$2,304.00
387 Lot 387: Pair Gilt Louis XV Style Fauteuils Pair Gilt Louis XV Style Fauteuils Lot 387: Pair Gilt Louis XV Style Fauteuils

Fine pair of Louis XV style giltwood armchairs or fauteuils a la reines with tapestry-style needlepoint upholstery; each chair with a tall arched back over padded armrests and scroll-carved cyma-curved armrests; trapezoidal, serpentine front seat with Rococo style carved and scrolled skirt; four cabriole legs with carved shells and scrolled feet. Needlework upholstery is affixed with brass tacks and is older but not original. 44 1/2" H x 27" W x 22" D. French, late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: private Nashville, TN collection. CONDITION: Regilt with later upholstery; minor scattered shrinkage and abrasions; minor wear to handrests; one chair's rear leg has several spots of wear to gilding on the inside of the leg; otherwise excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$2,304.00
152 Lot 152: East TN Earthenware Cream Pot, Manganese Decorated, Exhibited East TN Earthenware Cream Pot, Manganese Decorated, Exhibited Lot 152: East TN Earthenware Cream Pot, Manganese Decorated, Exhibited

East Tennessee lead-glazed earthenware creampot jar with combed sine wave bordered by incised lines, manganese "splotched" decoration on outside and inside of the cream pot. Attributed to the Cain Pottery of Sullivan County, TN. 4 1/2" H. Third Quarter 19th century. Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. Note: This jar was exhibited in the "Legacy in Clay: Pottery of Washington County, Virginia" 2005 exhibit, William King Regional Arts Center, Abingdon, VA. The jar is also illustrated in the "Legacy in Clay" museum exhibit catalog, page 8. Note: The use of manganese decoration on the inside and outside of a sine wave decorated form from the Cain pottery is unusual. Historical note: Recognition of the prolific Cain pottery in East Tennessee was noted in published resources as early as 1909, where in the publication "Historic Sullivan," Oliver Taylor states "Another factory which received national attention was the Cain pottery, located at Emanuel Church, and owned by two brothers, William M. and Abe Cain…It was operated about 1840 and, among other wares, souvenir jugs were made, many of which are still in existence". (Research courtesy of Dr. Carole Wahler). CONDITION: A couple of small, inconspicuous chips to rim edge. Old tight hairline rim edge to upper shoulder, approximately 2". [See more photos →]

$2,280.00
92 Lot 92: Mayna Avent Tennessee Landscape Mayna Avent Tennessee Landscape Lot 92: Mayna Avent Tennessee Landscape

Mayna Treanor Avent (Tennessee, 1865-1959) Impressionist oil on canvas painting laid to board depicting a worm's eye view of a Tennessee landscape, with a wildflower lined path leading to mountains in the background. Signed lower right "Mayna T Avent". Housed in a wide molded giltwood frame with Lyzon framing label en verso. 15 1/2" x 18 1/2" sight, 21" x 24" framed. American, late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: A Nashville, Tennessee estate. Biography: Mayna Treanor Avent was born at Tulip Grove Mansion (across from the Hermitage), studied in Cincinnati and at the Julian Academy in Paris. Her work is in the collection of the Smithsonian Institute's National Portrait Gallery, The White House, and The Tennessee State Museum, Nashville. Her cabin studio was in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. (source: James C. Kelley, "The South on Paper: Line, Color and Light" and The Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Winter 1987). CONDITION: Overall craquelure, some rubbing to paint around top center and lower right edges next to frame. Slightly flattened impasto. [See more photos →]

$2,280.00
37 Lot 37: Tiffany & Co. 18K Link Bracelet, 40.8 Tiffany & Co. 18K Link Bracelet, 40.8 Lot 37: Tiffany & Co. 18K Link Bracelet, 40.8

One (1) Tiffany & Co. 18K yellow gold hollow link braided bracelet with twist sliding bar clasp, maker's mark on clasp. 8-inches long. 40.8 grams. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Overall excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$2,280.00
246 Lot 246: Map of Kentucky, 1794, J. Russell, showing Tennessee as SW Territory Map of Kentucky, 1794, J. Russell, showing Tennessee as SW Territory Lot 246: Map of Kentucky, 1794, J. Russell, showing Tennessee as SW Territory

A MAP OF THE STATE OF KENTUCKY WITH THE ADJOINING TERRITORIES by J. Russell, 1794. London: H.D. Symonds. Also known as the earliest reliable map of Tennessee, the majority of which is labeled the "Southwestern Territory- Tennessee Government". "Tennessee County" and "Davidson County" are named, as is "Summer (Sumner) County," and Knoxville. North of the Ohio River is part of the Northwest Territory, with Fort Washington shown. The area south of Tennessee and Davidson Counties, is "Reserved for the North Carolina Troops," land grants for Revolutionary War service. Part of Georgia and South Carolina also shown. The Kentucky area is shown divided into ten counties: Woodford, Bourbon, Jefferson, Fayette, Mason, Madison, Mercer, Lincoln, Nelson and Logan Counties. J. Whatman 1794 watermark upper left, light hand coloring. Encapsulated (not laminated) and matted. Scarce. Image – 15" H x 17 3/4" W. Sheet – 16 1/4" H x 18 7/8" W. Mat – 19 7/8" H x 24" w. CONDITION: Several tape repairs at seams visible en verso. Light toning. [See more photos →]

$2,280.00
818 Lot 818: 39 TN Bank Notes & US Bills 39 TN Bank Notes & US Bills Lot 818: 39 TN Bank Notes & US Bills

Thirty-nine (39) Tennessee Bank Notes and US Bills. 1st item: One (1) Shelby County, Tennessee $5 bill, Series 3, 1873, Henry Seibert & Bros, New York, NY. Agricultural vignettes, lower left and right. Bill "certifies Shelby County is indebted to Selma, Marion, and Memphis Rail Road, or bearer, the sum of Five Dollars for Stock Subscription in said Road". Serial Number 1885. Chairman of the County Court signature. 2nd item: One (1) Bank of Chattanooga, Tennessee $5 bill, issued in Chattanooga, TN, June 20, 18_8, printed by Danforth, Wright, and Co., New York, NY, Philadelphia, PA. Vignette of Commerce, lower left, allegorical female figures, top and lower center, lower right. Serial Number 8142/ pp B. Cashier/President signatures. 3rd item: One (1) Bank of Chattanooga, Tennessee $3 bill, issued in Chattanooga, TN, January 4, 1863. Vignette of slaves picking cotton, lower right. Serial Number [blank]/ pp A. Cashier/President signatures. 4th item: One (1) The Exchange Bank of Tennessee $1 bill, issued in Murfreesboro, TN, January 1856, printed by Danforth, Wright, and Co., New York, NY, Philadelphia, PA. Vignette of the Tennessee State Capitol Building, top center, vignette of an American eagle on a shield, lower left, portrait, lower right. Serial Number 8215/ pp A. Cashier/President signatures. 5th-6th items: Two (2) Bank of Chattanooga, Tennessee $1 bill, issued in Chattanooga, TN, August 28, 1861, printed by Jules Manouvrier, New Orleans, LA. Serial Number 5511/ pp A, 8349/ pp B. Cashier/President signatures. 7th item: One (1) Bank of Chattanooga, Tennessee $1 note, issued in Chattanooga, TN, January 4, 1863, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Vignette of a train, top center, vignette of a blacksmith, lower right. Serial Number [blank]/ pp B. Cashier/President signatures. 8th item: One (1) $1 promissory note, issued in Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee, January 14, 1863. Vignette of a young woman, left. Note reads "Good for One Dollar. Redeemable in Confederate Treasury Notes when the sum of Five Dollars is presented". Serial Number 182. Signed, lower right. 9th item: One (1) 50 cents promissory note, issued in Elkton, Tennessee, December 1862. Note reads "Good for Fifty Cents, in Confederate Treasury when the sum of Five Dollars is presented". Serial Number 135. Signed, lower right. 10th item: One (1) 50 cents promissory note, issued in Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee, April 2, 1863. Note reads " On Demand, I will pay Fifty Cents to Bearer when presented in sums of Five Dollars or upwards". Serial Number 106. Signed, lower right. 11th item: 1899 US $2 "Mini-Porthole" Blue Seal Silver Certificate, depicting the portrait of George Washington, center, flanked by male and female figures representing Mechanics and Agriculture. Engraved by George Frederick Cumming Smillie (District of Columbia, 1854-1924). Serial Number N38474157/ pp A. FR # 255. Teehee/Burke signatures. 12th item: 1917 US $1 "Sawhorse" legal tender note, depicting the portrait of George Washington, center, with a vignette of Christopher Columbus sighting land thus "discovering America", designed by Joseph P. Ourdan (District of Columbia, 1828-1881), left, obverse. The "sawhorse reverse", reverse. Serial Number A98495058A/ pp B. FR # 36. Teehee/Burke signatures. 13th item: $1 "Flying Eagle" bank note dated 1918 from the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Georgia, depicting the portrait of George Washington, obverse. Vignette of an eagle holding the American flag, reverse. Serial Number F4356977A/ pp E. FR # 723. Teehee/Burke/Pike/McCord signatures. 14th-15th items: Two (2) 1923 US $1 "Horse Blanket/Cogwheel" silver certificates, depicting the portrait of George Washington, obverse. The "cogwheel reverse", reverse. Serial Number Z90576016B/ PP D, A88002298D/ pp F. FR # 237. Speelman/White signatures. Blue seal. 16th-37th items: Twenty-one (21) 1953 A-C and 1963 US $2 legal tender note, depicting the portrait of Thomas Jefferson, obverse. Vignette of Monticello, Albemarle County, Virginia, reverse. Series 1953: Serial Number A28362467A/ pp O, 1 note total. FR # 1509. Priest/Humphrey signatures. Series 1953 A: Serial Number A53849066A/ pp K, A55963969A/ pp I, A56282108A/ pp G, A58223992A/ pp N, A59707735A/ pp P, A62145230A/ pp L, A62413836A/ pp G, A62412799A/ pp G, A62864942A/ pp L, 9 notes total. FR # 1510. Priest/Anderson signatures. Series 1953 B: Serial Number (star)03155511A/ pp N, A63429032A/ pp D, A0191190A/ pp R, A70249523A/ pp C, 4 notes total. FR # 1511 and 1511(star). Smith/Dillon signatures. Series 1953 C: Serial Number A79814804/ pp M, 1 note total. FR # 1512. Granahan/Dillon signatures. Series 1963: Serial Number A01504079A/ pp D, A01507232A/ pp D, A04167652A/ pp A, A07360802A/ pp A, A09487717A/ pp C, A14583414A/ pp B, 6 notes total. FR # 1513. Granahan/Dillon signatures. Red seals. 38th item: 1874 Twenty-Five Cents Fractional Currency note, depicting the portrait of Robert J. Walker, former Secretary of the Treasury. FR # 1309. Fifth Issue. Allison/Spinner signatures. 39th item: 1874 Ten Cents Fractional Currency notes, depicting the portrait of William M. Meredith, former Secretary of the Treasury. FR # 1264. Fifth Issue. Allison/Spinner signatures. Bills range in size from 1 3/4" H x 4 1/2" W to 3 1/4" H x 7 3/8" W. Mid 19th/mid 20th century. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: All bills in circulated condition. [See more photos →]

$2,280.00
545 Lot 545: 4 Charley Harper Serigraphs. incl. Partial Portfolio & "House Wrens" 4 Charley Harper Serigraphs. incl. Partial Portfolio & "House Wrens" Lot 545: 4 Charley Harper Serigraphs. incl. Partial Portfolio & "House Wrens"

Four (4) Charley Harper (Ohio/West Virginia, 1922-2007) serigraphs on paper, including partial portfolio and "House Wrens". 1st-3rd items: Partial portfolio of three (3) serigraphs on paper titled "A Family of Chickadees", "Early Risers (Spring Wildflowers)", and "Barn Owl and Harvest Mouse" depicting geometric minimalist animals and plants. Published by the Frame House Gallery, Inc., Louisville, KY, circa 1968. Signed and numbered "C. Harper 112/500" lower right under images. Includes paper guards with printed text, housed in a folded card stock portfolio. Serigraphs – 15 3/8" H x 2 3/4" W. Portfolio – 15 7/8" H x 21 1/4" W. 4th item: Serigraph on paper titled "House Wrens" depicting geometric minimalist wrens in and around a human skull. Published by the Frame House Gallery, Inc., Louisville, KY, circa 1973. Numbered "256/500" and signed "C. Harper" lower left under image. Includes paper guard with printed text, double-sided card stock with comments by the artist and Wood Hannah and additional documentation, housed in a Frame House Gallery envelope. Serigraph – 17 1/4" H x 20 1/4" H x 15 1/8" W. Envelope – 17 1/8" H x 22 1/8" W. American, mid 20th century. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Serigraph in overall good condition. Light toning, creases to paper guard and documentation. Envelopes with toning, scuffs, foxing spots, tears. [See more photos →]

$2,176.00
579 Lot 579: Rookwood Scenic Art Pottery Vase, Sallie Coyne Rookwood Scenic Art Pottery Vase, Sallie Coyne Lot 579: Rookwood Scenic Art Pottery Vase, Sallie Coyne

Rookwood scenic art pottery vase, decorated by Sarah Elizabeth "Sallie" Coyne (1891-1939). Standard glaze with a nocturnal harbor scene depicting six sailboats under a full moon. Underside with impressed Rookwood logo mark, date marks for 1910, shape number 1278, the letter E and the artist's initials SEC. 8" H. CONDITION: Overall light crazing, one area of glaze scratch on lower edge below the largest boat. [See more photos →]

$2,176.00
766 Lot 766: 4 Victorian Albums w/ 240 Photographs: India, Wales, Venice, etc. 4 Victorian Albums w/ 240 Photographs: India, Wales, Venice, etc. Lot 766: 4 Victorian Albums w/ 240 Photographs: India, Wales, Venice, etc.

Four mid/late 19th century albums containing two hundred and forty (240) photographic images including portrait CDVs and landscapes in Wales, Venice and India. 1st-3rd items: Three (3) small albums with one hundred and fifty-one (151) cartes de visite (CDVs) and albums prints pasted to cards. The images depict individuals such as Queen Victoria, family groups, religious and political figures, including one (1) depicting Sir Archibald Alison, 1st Baronet with cut signature, old master artists, writers, historical landmarks such as Bodelwyddan Church, Denbighshire, Wales and Venice, Italy, reproductions of paintings and sculptures, and other scenes of interest. Studio marks to cards are not visible, each card holder stamped "G. R. & Co PATENT." in gilt lettering, below image. All but one (1) housed in albums. Albums bound in tooled green and red cloth with brass tone hinges and brass tone and ivory celluloid embellishments, gilt edged card holders. and housed in a tooled brown leather box with gilt borders and navy cloth lining, stamped "W.&J. Milne…Edinburgh" in gilt lettering, underside of lid, embossed "W. S. Photograph" top of lid. Albums – 6 3/8" H x 5 3/8" W x 2 1/2" D. Box – 6 1/2" H x 8 3/4" W x 7 3/4" D. 4th item: Large album with eighty-nine (89) photographic images, including cabinet cards, cartes de visite (CDVs), and albumen prints. The images depict individuals, family groups, historical scenes, Indian historical figures, and two (2) scenes taken in India, including one (1) of a woman on horseback and one (1) of the same woman driving a one person horse-drawn carriage with three servants in the background, both photographs taken before the same building facade. Studio marks include those for British photographers such as Henry Spink, Brighton, Hills and Saunders, Eton, and W. Perry, Sandgate, American photographers such as Norval H. Busey, Photographic Art Gallery, Baltimore, and Indian photographers such as Molkenteller, Hammes and Company. Album bound in tooled brown leather with gilt pictorial designs to covers, gilt edged card holders. 11 3/8" H x 9 1/4" W x 2 3/8" D. Provenance: The collection of internationally known ragtime pianist and historian Johnny Maddox, Gallatin, TN. CONDITION: 1st-3rd items: Photographs with foxing spots, fading, etc. to be expected from age. Wear, stains, tears to albums, one green album with loose hinge plate. Box with scratches, wear, areas of loss to leather, lock is broken. 4th item: Photographs with foxing spots, fading, etc. to be expected from age. Album with wear, fading to leather, overall mothball smell, pencil retail price inscription, front end paper. Lock is broken to album. [See more photos →]

$2,176.00
177 Lot 177: Diamond Ring and Eternity Band Diamond Ring and Eternity Band Lot 177: Diamond Ring and Eternity Band

Two (2) diamond rings. 1st item: Platinum diamond solitaire ring containing one old European cut center diamond weighing approximately 1.25 cts., Imperfect with chip on table and crown, approximately H-I color. 14 total single cut diamonds in the vintage mounting. Ring size: 7 1/2. 3.2 grams. 2nd item: 10K white gold diamond eternity band containing 26 round diamonds with a total weight of approximately 1.30 cts. Ring size 7, 2.6 grams. CONDITION: 1st item: Two losses to center stone. Shank separated in 3 places at one side. 2nd item: Overall good condition. [See more photos →]

$2,160.00
160 Lot 160: Small Southwest VA Stoneware Jar, Cobalt Decorated, Exhibited Small Southwest VA Stoneware Jar, Cobalt Decorated, Exhibited Lot 160: Small Southwest VA Stoneware Jar, Cobalt Decorated, Exhibited

Small Washington County, Virginia stoneware jar with elaborate cobalt floral decoration on both sides and and small lug handles. Flaring rim with incised lines on the upper shoulder, base with beaded edge. 7 1/2" H x 4" dia. (at the mouth). 3rd quarter 19th century. Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. Note: This jar was exhibited in the "Legacy in Clay: Pottery of Washington County, Virginia" 2005 exhibit, William King Regional Arts Center, Abingdon, VA. It was also illustrated in the "Legacy in Clay" museum exhibit catalog and the book, "Great Road Style: The Decorative Arts Legacy of Southwest Virginia & Northeast Tennessee", Betsy K. White, University of Virginia, page 147, figure 133. CONDITION: Scattered chipping to the rim. One area of white paint transfer near the rim. [See more photos →]

$2,160.00
262 Lot 262: Civil War Tintype & Archive, C. C. Taylor – Columbus GA Civil War Tintype & Archive, C. C. Taylor – Columbus GA Lot 262: Civil War Tintype & Archive, C. C. Taylor – Columbus GA

Tintype photograph of Christopher Columbus Taylor, CSA, Company E, 20th Georgia Infantry, along with a family photographic archive. The ninth plate tinted tintype depicts C.C. Taylor seated and wearing his Confederate uniform, and is enclosed in a gilt mat and gutta percha union case with note stating "C.C. Taylor 18 years old / Taken 1861 Columbus Ga. Mam Pop to Laura". Note: Private Corporal C.C. Taylor enlisted in the Confederate Army in 1861. Military records shows he was severely wounded at Gettysburg, captured and sent to Decamp General Hospital in New York, where he remained until his release following General Lee's surrender. Also included in this lot is a cabinet card photograph of Taylor as an old man taken by the Ira F. Collins, Huntsville, Alabama photographic studio, 6 1/2" x 4 1/4"; a sixth plate tintype of a middle aged man in civilian clothes, dated 1858 with union case (hinge broken); a 2" x 1 1/2" tintype of a young woman in gold mat (possibly Taylor's wife, Laura), no case; and a brass mounted leather CDV album containing 35 images of men, women and children in civilian clothes, most with Southern photographic studio backstamps (Columbus, GA, Huntsville, AL, and New Orleans), all presumed to be relatives of C.C. Taylor and his wife, Laura Taylor. Album 6 3/4" x 5" x 1 3/4". Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee (direct descendant of Christopher Columbus Taylor). CONDITION: C.C. Taylor tintype: Oxidation to mat, some slight discoloration at the very top edge of photograph; spine of case cracked. Tintype of a woman: scratching. Tintype of middle aged man: Clouding and discoloration to image. Album: wear to cover and spine, one clasp missing. Several pages in album have come loose. Most CDVs in good condition with general toning and fading; one is partially torn. [See more photos →]

$2,160.00
323 Lot 323: Confederate Cook & Brother Shotgun Saber Bayonet Confederate Cook & Brother Shotgun Saber Bayonet Lot 323: Confederate Cook & Brother Shotgun Saber Bayonet

Confederate Cook and Brother Shotgun Saber Bayonet. Brass grip with original latching device, brass cross guard marked "275", Roman style, double edged blade. Blade length – 20 3/4". Overall length – 25 1/8". Provenance: Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. Note: References to these bayonets can be found in the book "Confederate and Southern Agent Marked Shotguns" by John W. Ashworth and Russ A. Pritchard, 2017. CONDITION: Overall good condition. The blade in very good condition with a few nicks and only one noted casting flaw. The grip has its original latching device. [See more photos →]

$2,160.00
384 Lot 384: Directoire Marble Top Table, c. 1800 Directoire Marble Top Table, c. 1800 Lot 384: Directoire Marble Top Table, c. 1800

Late Louis XVI or Directoire period Neoclassical small console or table a ecrire (writing table), figured mahogany with oak secondary wood. Rectangular marble top and reticulated brass gallery over a brass inlaid frieze; frieze has a single dovetailed drawer with geometric brass bail handles, flanked by inset brass panels. Four stop-fluted legs with brass capitals and bases, atop four brass mounted toupie feet joined by a marble-inset, brass-inlaid undertier. 33" H x 25 1/2" W x 13" D. French, first quarter 19th century. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. Some hairlines and minor light staining to marble on undertier; 3 1/2" section of loss to brass line inlay at front right section of undertier; scattered shrinkage; French polish surface. Key retained, working lock. [See more photos →]

$2,160.00
389 Lot 389: Venetian Blown Glass Chandelier Venetian Blown Glass Chandelier Lot 389: Venetian Blown Glass Chandelier

Venetian or Murano blown glass chandelier with six (6) spiral scrolled arms supporting electric socket cups and with fifteen (15) glass leaf, floral and ruffle attachments and floral pendant drop. Approximately 35" H x 32 1/2" W. Italian, early/mid 20th century. Provenance: Formerly of Maple Grove Estate, Knoxville, TN when a private residence, and published in Southern Accents magazine, May-June, 1985. CONDITION: Overall good condition with one attachment reglued. One four-leaf branch missing. No apparent chips detected. Wired for electricity. Functionality not tested or guaranteed. [See more photos →]

$2,160.00
552 Lot 552: Bert Stern Photograph, Marilyn in Vogue, Last Sitting Bert Stern Photograph, Marilyn in Vogue, Last Sitting Lot 552: Bert Stern Photograph, Marilyn in Vogue, Last Sitting

Bert Stern (American, 1929-2013) limited edition black and white unframed pigment print of Marilyn Monroe, titled "Marilyn in Vogue" from the Last Sitting series, taken for Vogue Magazine in 1962, six weeks before the actress's fatal drug overdose. Depicts Monroe in black dress in a pensive pose. Signed lower margin in white. Additionally signed and stamped by Stern and dated 2009 en verso. Includes Bert Stern certificate of authenticity. 19" H x 13" W. Provenance: Private Southern collection, acquired from model and artist Sarah Conca. (See related lots from the Vogue Last Sitting collection in this auction, lots 551-557). Background: "Bert Stern was an American photographer best known for his iconic portraits of Marilyn Monroe. With his photo shoot that took place in 1962 just weeks before the actressÕ death, Stern later compiled [the images] into the photobook "Marilyn Monroe: The Complete Last Sitting," first published in 1982. Born on October 3, 1929 in Brooklyn, NY, Stern taught himself how to take photographs as a youth. Over the course of his career, Stern changed the landscape of fashion and advertising photography by creating dynamic, stand-alone images that no longer existed simply to serve the text. He emerged alongside Richard Avedon, Mark Shaw and Irving Penn as a pioneer of this new, confrontational style." (source: Artnet). CONDITION: Unframed, excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$2,160.00
240 Lot 240: Rutherford B. Hayes White House China Fish Plate Rutherford B. Hayes White House China Fish Plate Lot 240: Rutherford B. Hayes White House China Fish Plate

Haviland Limoges porcelain fish plate from the Rutherford B. Hayes service, designed by artist Theodore R. Davis for the White House, depicting a fish carried onto a beach by the surf, with cresting waves in the background, signed lower right “D”. The back contains the full artist signature with TD cypher and pennant mark, presidential eagle vignette, and Haviland Limoges mark. (Mark illustrated in the book Official White House China, 1789-the Present by Margaret Brown Klapthor, p. 107), 8 1/4″ dia. Provenance: Tennessee estate of a former New Jersey resident. Note: The Hayes Service is considered one of the most important, imaginative, and extravagant porcelain services ever produced. Negotiations for the new state dinner service for the White House began in 1879, as it was customary to order new porcelain when a new president took office. Haviland was awarded the contract over Minton and Wedgwood. During a chance meeting with Mrs. Hayes in the White House conservatory, Theodore R. Davis, an artist for Harper’s Weekly, suggested the service be designed with exclusively American flora and fauna, with each piece having a different decoration. Mrs. Hayes liked the idea so much that she asked that Davis assume direction of the designs. From his drawings, etchings were produced for transfer of the outlines to many new dish shapes; basic coloring was applied by chromolithographic and decalcomania processes and then shaded by decorators. It debuted to mixed reviews from art and design critics, but the service was wildly popular with the public. As a result, some of the Hayes designs and forms were patented and reproduced for public sale as well, but on these the pennant mark dated 1879, unique to the White House service, was replaced by a blue 1880 patent mark. (Source: whitehousehistory.org, “Official White House China 1789-the Present” by Margaret Brown Klapthor). Klapthor quotes Davis that many pieces admired by Hayes’ successor, President Chester Arthur, were removed from the White House during the summer months and taken to decorate the dining room of his vacation home. She also notes that “it is possible that the sample china which came into this country to the stores in Washington, New York and Boston during the summer of 1880 had the same mark as the set delivered to the White House, for the patent on the designs was not secured until August”. CONDITION: 1/4″ edge chip to underside of rim at bottom, 3/8″ shallow flake at top rim with attempt at repaint; a couple of other miniscule flea bites to rim, and 3 small edge chips with overpainting. [See more photos →]

$2,048.00
325 Lot 325: Confederate Blockade Run Enfield P-1858 Saber Bayonet with Scabbard, SN 4002 Confederate Blockade Run Enfield P-1858 Saber Bayonet with Scabbard, SN 4002 Lot 325: Confederate Blockade Run Enfield P-1858 Saber Bayonet with Scabbard, SN 4002

Confederate Blockade Run British Enfield Pattern 1858 Saber Bayonet with original scabbard. Scabbard with steel throat with hand engraved serial number 4002. Checkered leather grip with steel pommel marked "4013" with additional markings, steel attachment ring at the cross guard, blade with flat back and curved single edge. Ricasso marked "(crown)S 18 B M" with additional markings. Blade length – 22 3/4". Overall length – 28". Provenance: Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. Note: See "The English Connection" by Russ A. Pritchard and Cleveland Adger Huey, 2014, pages 328 and 329. CONDITION: Overall good condition. Areas of pitting to blade, tarnish to steel. The leather scabbard is in exceptional shape. [See more photos →]

$2,048.00
360 Lot 360: Manner of Sir Peter Lely, Portrait of Woman and Child Manner of Sir Peter Lely, Portrait of Woman and Child Lot 360: Manner of Sir Peter Lely, Portrait of Woman and Child

Manner of Sir Peter Lely (Pieter Van der Faes, German/English, 1618-1680) oil on canvas portrait painting titled "Madonna and Child" depicting a golden-haired and partially-draped infant with halo above his head, seated on a cushion in the lap of a dark haired woman with rose colored silk gown having ornate beaded trim, blue mantle, and partial head covering. Both figures have serene expressions. Housed in a later giltwood and composition frame with placard reading "Madonna and Child / Pieter Van Der Faes, Sir Peter Lely 1616-1680". Remnant of French newspaper en verso of stretcher. Sight – 25" H x 20 1/4" W. Framed – 32 1/2" H x 28" W. Provenance: Discovered in a Clarksville, TN estate. Biography: Born in Germany to Dutch parents, by 1637 [the artist] was known as Pieter Lely at the Guild of Saint Luke in Haarlem, where he trained. Ten years later he was in London, where he painted landscapes, religious scenes, and history pictures but quickly recognized the strength of the market in portraiture. He incorporated van Dyck's sense of scale, shimmering handling of paint, and repertoire of design and accessories with his own impeccable drawing and Dutch qualities of rich color, dramatic lighting, and romantic landscape. In 1661 Lely became the Principal Painter of the restored English monarchy; he succeeded in capturing the court's sensuous languor and also assembled one of England's finest art collections. For years Lely had no serious rivals, and he was enormously influential. Demand was overwhelming, and his studio was a well-oiled machine; by 1670 he had numbered his poses. After painting the sitter's head from life, Lely's contribution ranged from completing the entire portrait to simply handing it over to assistants. (source: the J. Paul Getty Museum). CONDITION: Canvas laid down on artist board. Areas of white accretion around infant's mouth as well as top center, bottom center, and upper lefthand corner. Moderate dust on canvas surface. Moderate craquelure overall. Black light reveals scattered inpainting to dress bodice; right of Madonna's face, and infant's ear; also along top. Significant losses to molded gilt frame along the bottom. [See more photos →]

$2,048.00
470 Lot 470: Large Chinese Bronze Foo Dog Censer Large Chinese Bronze Foo Dog Censer Lot 470: Large Chinese Bronze Foo Dog Censer

Large Chinese bronze lidded ritual censer, the top with a figural foo dog or dragon posed with its left front paw atop a pierced ball, the base with foo dog or dragon figural handles, taotie mask decoration to each side, raised on curved legs with taotie mask knees and terminating in scrolled feet. Upper shoulder of one side with Chinese character inscription. 18" H x 13 1/2" W x 7" D. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: One side with losses upper area, one corner of lid with old damage. [See more photos →]

$2,048.00
606 Lot 606: 3 Pc Set Leonard Martza Zuni Jewelry plus other 3 Pc Set Leonard Martza Zuni Jewelry plus other Lot 606: 3 Pc Set Leonard Martza Zuni Jewelry plus other

Leonard Martza Jewelry set. 1st-3rd items: Three-piece sterling Zuni jewelry set by Leonard Martza of Knife Wing gods, including necklace with center large knifewing and 10 additional knifewings all with inlaid jet, turquoise, shell and coral on bead necklace with wire, 30" L. Center knifewing marked "LM" Sterling. 2 1/2" H. Set also includes sterling cuff bracelet with center large knifewing inlaid with same stones and with bright-cut eagle feathers at sides, interior marked "LM" Sterling, 4 7/8" interior with 7/8" W opening. Matching ring, size 7 1/4, with same marks, 1 3/4" H image. 7.48 oz troy/3 items. 4th item: Pair earrings for pierced ears of similar design by different maker, marked Sterling with impressed "eagle" and marked "LG", 1 3/8" H x 1 1/8" W. 0.375 oz troy. 7.855 total oz troy. CONDITION: Very good condition. No stones appear to be missing. [See more photos →]

$2,048.00
775 Lot 775: Kentucky Full Stock Muzzle Loading Long Rifle, .44 cal Kentucky Full Stock Muzzle Loading Long Rifle, .44 cal Lot 775: Kentucky Full Stock Muzzle Loading Long Rifle, .44 cal

Kentucky Full Stock Muzzle Loading Double Trigger Percussion Long Rifle, .44 caliber. Faux tiger maple burns on stock, octagonal barrel, brass mounted, standard sights, broken ramrod. Barrel length – 47 3/4". Overall length – 64". Early/mid 19th century. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee, acquired more than 40 years ago with the oral history of having belonged to one of the first Western settlers of what is now Maury County, Tennessee. CONDITION: Set trigger. Flintlock converted to percussion. Broken ramrod. Overall untouched condition. [See more photos →]

$2,048.00
834 Lot 834: Large Old Sheffield Salver w/ Armorial Crest Large Old Sheffield Salver w/ Armorial Crest Lot 834: Large Old Sheffield Salver w/ Armorial Crest

Large Old Sheffield salver, Rococco style with engraved armorial crest to the center and scrolling foliate designs, resting on four scrolled leaf feet. Coat of arms for a member of the Lane family of King's Bromley in Staffordshire, England. 24 1/2" dia. Early 19th century. CONDITION: Light surface scratching to the center, overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$2,048.00
97 Lot 97: Cornelius Hankins Still Life O/C, Persimmons Cornelius Hankins Still Life O/C, Persimmons Lot 97: Cornelius Hankins Still Life O/C, Persimmons

Cornelius Hankins (Mississippi/Tennessee, 1863-1946) oil on canvas still life painting depicting a branch of persimmons, hanging vertically. Signed lower left and dated '99. Housed in a later giltwood frame. 21 1/2" x 13 1/2" sight, 27" x 19" framed. Early 20th century. Note: Hankins studied with Robert Henri, leader of the Ashcan School, and with William Merritt Chase in New York. He was active for much of his career in the Nashville area. Provenance: the estate of Delle Brown, Nashville, TN. Delle Brown and her late husband Malvern Brown were, for many years, the proprietors of Trace Tavern Antiques. CONDITION: Overall darkening of varnish layer. Two or three miniscule spots of flaking including one on cherry. Stretcher creases eviden across bottom (under leaves) and up right side. 2" x 1" area of flaking with inpainting on lower leaf to right of middle, see black light photo. [See more photos →]

$2,040.00
258 Lot 258: Knoxville Register Newspaper w/Battle of Franklin, Civil War News Knoxville Register Newspaper w/Battle of Franklin, Civil War News Lot 258: Knoxville Register Newspaper w/Battle of Franklin, Civil War News

The Knoxville Register newspaper, published by J.A. Sperry, Bristol, Tennessee, Sunday, December 11, 1864, containing reports of various Civil War related news including a Union account of the Battle of Franklin (Nov. 20, 1864), Lincoln's Message to the U.S. Congress on December 9; the promotion of Lieutenant John S. Mosby, along with front page notice of The Public Laws of the Confederate States of America; and other, more routine news of the day and advertisements. The report of the Battle of Franklin, located on the back page, provides an in depth description of the events, stating "The original plan was to withdraw the force of General [John] Schofield until the meeting of the enforcements, and then give battle in the vicinity of Nashville, but the over-sanguine rebels pressed us too hard, and when Schofield perceived he could not avaid [sic] a contact, he drew up a little army in line in front of Franklin…Gen. [John Bell] Hood appeared about four o'clock, P. M. at the head of his command, and, pointing towards the lines, said 'Break those lines boys, and you have finished the war in Tennessee. Break them, and there is nothing to oppose your march from Nashville to the Ohio river'…Capt. Lyman commanding an artillery brigade in the fourth corps, had placed his batteries in most favorable positions, and from these storms of shot and shell were hurled into the charging rebel ranks. With the most reckless bravery still the rebels rushed on, and when within a few hundred yards of our works our boys opened upon them a terrible fire of musketry, that it seemed as if it were impossible for anything to live before it…At least five thousand rebels were killed, wounded or captured, while our loss will probably reach fifteen hundred. We have taken from the enemy their flags, some regiments, among them the Seventeenth Ohio, taking half a dozen each. Gen. Schofield directed the battle from the fort on the north bank of the stream, where some heavy guns and the batteries of, the twenty-third corps were placed, and which did great service in damaging the enemy's right wing". Also included, on the front page, is a proclamation from the headquarters of the War Department of West Virginia and East Tennessee of November 7, stating that "all inhabitants of East Tennessee who are serving in the armies of the United States, and who before the 1st of January 1865 shall leave said service, with the purpose of leading a peaceful and orderly life, shall receive the protection of the Confederate authorities, and shall not be taken for military service, nor as hostages for those who may be seized by the United States authorities, unless they shall thereafter be guilty of acts of hostility to the Confederate Government". 16 3/4" H x 11 3/4" W. Note: The Knoxville Register was founded in 1816 by Frederick Heiskell and Hugh Brown. It was East Tennessee's main newspaper until 1863. By that time, it was headed by Jacob Austin Sperry (1823-1896), a pro-secessionist who was forced to flee advancing Union forces as the Civil War progressed. Sperry was able to publish the Register sporadically from Atlanta and later, Bristol. This is likely the last edition of the paper published before he was ultimately captured by Union forces later that same month (making the proclamation of sanctuary for Union deserters on the front page all the more ironic). Provenance: descended in the Henry Bowers family (see related archive lot 259). CONDITION: Center fold line with toning and small losses, small edge tears up to 1/2", some fading and toning, edge folds, faint pencil inscription at top. [See more photos →]

$2,040.00
259 Lot 259: East TN Boone's Creek Archive, incl. CSA Henry Bowers East TN Boone's Creek Archive, incl. CSA Henry Bowers Lot 259: East TN Boone's Creek Archive, incl. CSA Henry Bowers

Archive of approximately one hundred and four (104) ALS and other documents related to Henry Bowers (1842-1863), who fought for both the Confederate States of America (CSA) 19th Tennessee Infantry, Company B, and the Union, 4th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry, Company B, F, and the Bowers family of Boone's Creek in what is now Johnson City, Washington County, TN. Approximately twenty (20) pre-Civil War letters, eight (8) Civil War period letters, and seventy (70) letters dating from the post-Civil War period. Topics include the Civil War and general pre and post war correspondence (1830s-1901) including matters related to Lenora Bowers' career as a teacher and to schools in general in 19th century East Tennessee. Other letters concern a relative working for the railroads, and other relatives who went west. There are eight (8) Civil War period ALS, mainly written from Henry Bowers to his sister, detailing Confederate camp conditions in the East Tennessee area during the early part of the war. In one letter addressed from Shelbyville, TN, dated March 22, 1863 he describes the position of both armies, writing "Now I'll tell something about the yanks we heare [sic] that the have fallen back towards Nashville and we heare [sic] that they have been fighting out there somewhere but I can't tell only by report…". A second letter addressed from Shelbyville, TN, dated April 19, 1863 he elaborates further, writing "The yankeys [sic] have moved their position, We are out in front of the Army and have been ever since I have been here, between Shelbyville and Murfreesboro…". Also included is one (1) land transfer deed for $1 between Lawrence Bowers and William Perry and Leah Bowers Perry, dated 1845, concerning land in Washington County; one (1) letter certifying Lenora Bowers as qualified to give instruction in the common schools of Tennessee signed by Thomas Summers, dated 1861, one (1) Niagara Falls related letter, and one (1) facsimile of the Declaration of Independence, published as a supplement to the Baltimore Sun July 4, 1887 by the A.S. Abell Co. Facsimile approximately 22" H x 20" W. Early/late 19th century. Biography: Henry N. Bowers initially joined the CSA, 19th Tennessee Infantry, Company B, until he was captured as a prisoner of war at the age of 21. He then joined the Union, 4th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry, Company B, F, until his death in December 1863. He was buried in Bowers Cemetery, Johnson City, Washington County, TN. Provenance: descended in the family to present consignor. CONDITION: Letters survive in various states of preservation; some with significant fading, others in good condition. Most remain readable and with chipping, creasing, toning and some small tears or light foxing. Some retain envelopes (some stamps present, others removed). [See more photos →]

$2,040.00
356 Lot 356: Jacobus Leisten O/B, Prussian Officers on Horseback Jacobus Leisten O/B, Prussian Officers on Horseback Lot 356: Jacobus Leisten O/B, Prussian Officers on Horseback

Jacobus Leisten (German, 1844-1918) oil on board painting depicting Prussian officers on horseback, galloping down a dusty road with other mounted soldiers following in the background. Signed lower left and stamped "J. Leisten" en verso. Housed in a later gilt wood frame with carved corner elements. Sight – 17" H x 11" W. Framed – 19 3/4" H x 13 3/4" W. European, late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: Private Southern collection of Military Art. Note: Jacobus Leisten was a historical and genre scene painter. He studied with Wilhelm Sohn in DŸsseldorf and at the Munich Academy from 1868 to 1873. CONDITION: Light craquelure, particularly to upper half; 1/4" flake upper right quadrant, sky area; 1" scratch lower center, a couple of scattered miniscule spots of flaking. [See more photos →]

$2,040.00
653 Lot 653: Antique Kurdish Hamadan Runner, 12'4" x 3'3" Antique Kurdish Hamadan Runner, 12'4" x 3'3" Lot 653: Antique Kurdish Hamadan Runner, 12'4" x 3'3"

Antique Kurdish Hamadan runner, 149" x 40", wool on wool, center medallion and eight secondary medallions, ivory primary border, colors of dark blue, red, rose, medium blue, brown, yellow, ivory, and green. Early 20th century. Provenance: the collection of Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Slaymaker, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Approximately 11 areas of crease wear measuring 2" to 6-1/2" long. Low pile mainly in center field, some to warp and weft. Some reinforcement to sides. [See more photos →]

$2,040.00
127 Lot 127: 2 Mid Atlantic Miniature Classical Chests of Drawers 2 Mid Atlantic Miniature Classical Chests of Drawers Lot 127: 2 Mid Atlantic Miniature Classical Chests of Drawers

Two (2) Mid-Atlantic miniature mahogany chests. 1st item: Mid-Atlantic Classical miniature chest, mahogany primary, white pine and poplar secondary. Comprised of an overhanging top drawer with bone escutcheon, over three graduated drawers flanked by reeded stiles, over a plain plinth base raised on bun feet. All drawers dovetailed, with round wood pulls. 16 7/8" H x 17 7/8" W x 10 3/8" D. 2nd item: Mid-Atlantic Classical miniature chest, mahogany veneer and white pine primary, poplar secondary. Comprised of an overhanging top drawer with brass escutcheon over three graduated drawers flanked by fully turned tapering columns, over a plain skirt and bun feet. All drawers dovetailed with brass pulls. 15" H x 13" W x 7 7/8" D. Both chests American, circa 1830-1840. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: 1st item: Older refinish, loss to rear right side lower edge and mid right side lower case, light general wear. 2nd item: Older refinish, light general wear, minute losses to some drawer edges. [See more photos →]

$1,920.00
55 Lot 55: Reed Barton Francis I Sterling Flatware, 74 pc Reed Barton Francis I Sterling Flatware, 74 pc Lot 55: Reed Barton Francis I Sterling Flatware, 74 pc

Reed & Barton sterling silver flatware service, Francis 1 pattern, 74 items total, including 12 dinner knives (8-7/8" L), 12 forks (7-1/4" L), 12 salad forks, 12 teaspoons, 8 iced tea spoons, 10 place spoons, 2 round bowl soup spoons, 10 modern hollow butter spreaders, 2 pierced bowl table serving spoons, 2 table serving spoons, 1 pasta server (10-1/2" L), 1 pastry server and 2 pc. wooden bowl salad set. Most items purchased over span of 40 years and never removed from original wrapper. Marks en verso: Sterling Reed & Barton. 96.30 oz troy including plastic wrappers but excluding items with weighted handles. CONDITION: All items in excellent to mint condition. [See more photos →]

$1,920.00
174 Lot 174: Tiffany 18K Diamond Flower Pin Tiffany 18K Diamond Flower Pin Lot 174: Tiffany 18K Diamond Flower Pin

One (1) Tiffany & Co. 18K yellow gold triple flower design brooch containing 18 round brilliant cut diamonds with a total weight of approximately 1 ct (VS1-SI1 clarity and G-H color). Marked Tiffany & Co 18K on back of one petal. 1-5/8" x 1-7/8". 21.4 grams. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$1,920.00
166 Lot 166: Group of 4 19th Cent. French/American Bronze Medals Group of 4 19th Cent. French/American Bronze Medals Lot 166: Group of 4 19th Cent. French/American Bronze Medals

Four (4) Bronze Medals, including Washington Before Boston, Alaska Artic Exploration, Louis Philippe I, Louis XVII. 1st item: Washington Before Boston Medal, likely third Paris restrike, plain edge. The bust of George Washington, obverse, Washington and three other riders viewing the battle, reverse. 2-5/8" diameter. Post 1830. 2nd item: Alaska Artic Exploration medal after the original gold Tiffany & Co. medal awarded to Dr. Elisha Kent Kane for his Artic expeditions and for searching for the lost Franklin expedition. Two men, representing Morton and Hans, with dogs, on coast of Alaska exploring the Open Polar Sea, obverse, Eagle above shield between seated History and standing Liberty, reverse. No maker's marks. Includes fitted box. 3-1/8" dia. 1857. 3rd item: Louis Philippe I medal designed by Jean Pierre Montagny (French, 1789-1862). The bust of Louis Philippe I, Roi de Francais, obverse, Arc de L'Etoile, reverse. 52.2 mm, 2" dia. 1806. 4th item: Louis XVII, 2nd reign medal. The head of Louis XVII with "COLLECTIS EX-AEGYPTO GRAECIAQ MONUMENTIS", obverse, The Venus de Milo in front of the Denderah zodiac supported by two Egyptian figures, reverse. 2" dia. 1815-1824. Provenance: The Estates of Olen Bryant and the late Vanderbilt University art professor Thomas Brumbaugh, Clarksville, Tennessee. CONDITION: All medals have been circulated. 2nd item: Hinge damaged and wear to box. 3rd item: Wear to gilt. [See more photos →]

$1,920.00
153 Lot 153: East TN Earthenware Jug, poss. Cain, Exhibited East TN Earthenware Jug, poss. Cain, Exhibited Lot 153: East TN Earthenware Jug, poss. Cain, Exhibited

East Tennessee lead glazed earthenware jug with a large extruded handle, three incised lines on the upper bulbous midsection, tapered rim, beaded base edge, unglazed bottom. Possibly Cain Pottery of Sullivan Co., TN. 7" H. 3rd Qtr. 19th century. Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. Note: This jar was exhibited in the "Legacy in Clay: Pottery of Washington County, Virginia" 2005 exhibit, William King Regional Arts Center, Abingdon, VA. The jar is also illustrated in the "Legacy in Clay" museum exhibit catalog. Note: recognition of the prolific Cain pottery in East Tennessee was noted in published resources as early as 1909, where in the publication "Historic Sullivan", Oliver Taylor states "Another factory which received national attention was the Cain pottery, located at Emanuel Church, and owned by two brothers, William M. and Abe Cain…It was operated about 1840 and, among other wares, souvenir jugs were made, many of which are still in existence". (Research courtesy of Dr. Carole Wahler). CONDITION: Some minor glaze exfoliation to the spout and handle, very shallow fleabites to one side of the base. [See more photos →]

$1,920.00
146 Lot 146: Middle TN Stoneware Churn, Bottle and Pitcher – 3 pcs Middle TN Stoneware Churn, Bottle and Pitcher – 3 pcs Lot 146: Middle TN Stoneware Churn, Bottle and Pitcher – 3 pcs

Group of three (3) Middle Tennessee stoneware pottery items including one (1) lidded churn with grey to tan transition glaze and incised "3" denoting capacity; one (1) stoneware bottle with grey and tan glaze marked "T.C." lower edge for the potter Thomas Cole; and one (1) pitcher form with lid with brown to tan transition glaze. Ranging in size from 8 1/2" H to 14 1/2" H. All late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: Nancy Walton Collection, Gatlinburg, TN. Note: Thomas E. Cole (1855-1922) working Putnam and White Counties, TN (source: TENNESSEE POTTERIES, POTS, AND POTTERS – 1790s TO 1950, Volume 2, by Samuel D. Smith and Stephen T. Rogers, 2011, pg. 621). CONDITION: Churn with chipping to lid and lug handle. Bottle with chip to rim, hairline and chip to base near initials. Minor glaze exfoliation to pitcher rim, minor chipping to lid finial. [See more photos →]

$1,920.00
91 Lot 91: Alfred Hutty Drypoint, Southern Villa Alfred Hutty Drypoint, Southern Villa Lot 91: Alfred Hutty Drypoint, Southern Villa

Alfred Heber Hutty (Charleston, South Carolina, 1877-1954), drypoint etching, "A Southern Villa, No. 1," view of a Carolina cabin with woman standing in the doorway, with children, a pig, and man standing beside a wagon frame in the yard. Signed "Alfred Hutty" lower right and "First Impression" lower left margin. Circa 1948, edition of 75. Note: other copies of this rare etching are the collections of the Gibbes Museum and the Morris Museum of Art. Ivory mat and stained wood frame. Carolina Galleries label en verso. Plate size 9" x 10 5/8", sight 9 3/4" x 11 3/8", framed 16 3/4 x 20 3/4. Private Middle Tennessee Collection. CONDITION: Light toning; overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,920.00
22 Lot 22: Chinese Hat Stand, Vase and Blanc de Chine Figures, 4 items Chinese Hat Stand, Vase and Blanc de Chine Figures, 4 items Lot 22: Chinese Hat Stand, Vase and Blanc de Chine Figures, 4 items

Chinese Hat Stand, Vase and Blanc de Chine Figures, 4 items total. 1st item: Chinese Famille Rose porcelain hat stand with multiple poem inscriptions and quatrefoil piercings, additionally decorated with figures and dragon sitting atop a box enclosing calligraphy. 10-3/4" H. Late 19th to early 20th century. 2nd item: Small bulbous porcelain vase decorated with figures of older man and boy, possibly a teacher and protege, in a landscape setting. Seal mark to underside. Likely Republic period, early 20th century. 7 3/4"H. 3rd and 4th items: Pair Blanc De Chine porcelain figurines of children, seated atop scrolled bases simulating waves. Male figure holds a wind instrument, while female figure holds a barrel or fruit. 5 3/4"H. Chinese, first half 20th century. Provenance: Private Tennessee collection. CONDITION: Hat stand: Some light wear to decoration and calligraphy, scattered grime. Small Vase: Excellent condition. Blanc de chine figures: male figure with repair at neck, female figure with small losses to top of barrel/fruit in her hand and flowers in hair. [See more photos →]

$1,920.00
250 Lot 250: 1796 Tanner Map of "Tennassee" 1796 Tanner Map of "Tennassee" Lot 250: 1796 Tanner Map of "Tennassee"

Tennessee map, A MAP OF THE TENNASSEE [sic] GOVERNMENT FROM THE LATEST SURVEYS 1795, drawn and engraved by Benjamin Tanner, published by John Reid, Levi Wayland, and Charles Smith, New York, 1796. From The American Atlas by John Reid and William Winterbotham. Copper plate engraving of early Tennessee featuring early towns and roads, including Knoxville, Nashville, and "Clerksville" (Clarksville), Native American towns and roads, boundary lines, rivers, mountain ranges, and remarks about the land including the inscription "Light Soil Long Grass. Little Timber. Broken Ground. on the Heads of these Rivers." vertical across the area of Western Tennessee. Title cartouche, lower right, references legend, lower left, scale of miles, lower left. "Long. W. from Philada." top right. Map surrounded by scale notations and black line border. Encapsulated in a plastic archival sleeve and housed in a matte. Image – 7 1/8" H x 15 3/8" W. Sheet – 9 1/2" H x 16 1/4" W. Matte – 13 7/8" H x 20 1/4" W. Late 18th century. Note: Reid's map of the Tennessee Government is one of the earliest obtainable maps of Tennessee. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with light toning, few minute foxing spots. [See more photos →]

$1,920.00
544 Lot 544: 4 Charley Harper Serigraphs, incl. Bear, Turtle, & Birds 4 Charley Harper Serigraphs, incl. Bear, Turtle, & Birds Lot 544: 4 Charley Harper Serigraphs, incl. Bear, Turtle, & Birds

Four (4) Charley Harper (Ohio/West Virginia, 1922-2007) serigraphs on paper. 1st item: Serigraph on paper titled "Bear in the Birches" depicting a geometric minimalist bear. Published by the Frame House Gallery, Inc., Louisville, KY, 1972. Numbered "1394/1500" lower left under image and signed "C. Harper" lower right under image. 23 1/8" H x 22 3/4" W. 2nd item: Serigraph on paper titled "Box Turtle" depicting a geometric minimalist turtle and a bird in an autumn setting. Published by the Frame House Gallery, Inc., Louisville, KY, 1972. Numbered "987/1500" lower left under image and signed "C. Harper" lower right under image. Includes paper guard, brochure with comments by the artist and Wood Hannah and additional documentation. 9 1/4" H x 22 3/4" W. 3rd item: Serigraph on paper titled "Round Robin" depicting two geometric minimalist robins fighting in mid flight. Published by the Frame House Gallery, Inc., Louisville, KY, circa 1973. Numbered "1396/1500" lower left under image and signed "C. Harper" lower right under image. 15 1/8" H x 20 1/8" W. 4th item: Serigraph on paper titled "Blue Jay Bathing" depicting a geometric minimalist Blue Jay. Published by the Frame House Gallery, Inc., Louisville, KY, circa 1973. Numbered "836/1500" lower left under image and signed "C. Harper" lower right under image. Includes three copies of double-sided card stock with comments by the artist and Wood Hannah and additional documentation. 18 7/8" H x 24 3/8" W. All housed in Frame House Gallery envelopes with paper guards. Envelopes range in size from 10 1/4" H x 25 3/4" W to 24 1/2" H x 25 1/2" W. American, mid 20th century. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Serigraphs in overall good condition. Light toning to paper guards and documentation. Envelopes with toning, foxing spots, tears. [See more photos →]

$1,920.00
642 Lot 642: Large Burlon Craig Folk Face Vessel Large Burlon Craig Folk Face Vessel Lot 642: Large Burlon Craig Folk Face Vessel

Large 4-gallon North Carolina face vessel or jug by Burlon Craig (North Carolina, 1914-2002) having a dark alkaline glaze, double handles, incised sine waves around the upper shoulder, prominent face with open mouth and china teeth. Stamped on the base "B. B. Craig/Vale, NC". 16 1/2" H. CONDITION: Very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,920.00
183 Lot 183: Italian 14K Satin Link Necklace, 58 grams Italian 14K Satin Link Necklace, 58 grams Lot 183: Italian 14K Satin Link Necklace, 58 grams

Italian 14K yellow gold satin finish rope edged box link necklace, 17-1/2" L x 3/6" W with safety clasp. Marked Italy 14K. 58.4 grams. CONDITION: Excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$1,800.00
136 Lot 136: Georgia Tiger Maple & Yellow Pine Server & Miniature Chest, 2 items Georgia Tiger Maple & Yellow Pine Server & Miniature Chest, 2 items Lot 136: Georgia Tiger Maple & Yellow Pine Server & Miniature Chest, 2 items

Two (2) Georgia furniture items, likely same maker. 1st item: Georgia tiger maple server with yellow pine secondary wood. Comprised of an overhanging top; four drawers having square nail construction and unusual pegged wood pulls, two over two arrangement; and tall turned legs. 35" H x 31 7/8" W x 19" D. 2nd item: Signed Georgia maple and yellow pine miniature chest of drawers with overhanging top, three drawers having square nail construction and unusual pegged wood pulls, lower skirt dovetailed into the side stiles and terminating in straight feet. Back of second drawer signed in pencil "E. T. Johnson". 12 1/4" H x 15 1/2" W x 6 1/2" D. Both items mid to late 19th century. Note: Although the cabinetmaker of these pieces is unknown, they are likely by the same hand or shop due to shared construction characteristics, including the use of square nails and the unusual pegged wooden pulls. Provenance: Both descended in the family that owned Cheney Plantation, Marietta, GA. CONDITION: 1st item: Older refinish. Top with light stains, scratching and abrasions. Damage to a couple of the wooden knobs. 2nd item: Older refinish, some wear and light abrasions. Age crack to left side of top drawer with abrasions to lower corners of case where top drawer rests. [See more photos →]

$1,800.00
358 Lot 358: Victor Milton Corden O/C, British Officer with Children Victor Milton Corden O/C, British Officer with Children Lot 358: Victor Milton Corden O/C, British Officer with Children

Victor Milton Corden (United Kingdom, 1860-1939) oil on canvas painting, depicting an elderly British officer watching over a young boy dressed in a Queen's Guard uniform, saluting, and a young girl in a white dress, holding a cockatoo; all are positioned at the gateway of a large house with autumn foliage, and a maid or nanny watches from a window above. Signed "V. Corden" lower left. Housed in a decoratively carved giltwood frame. Sight – 20 3/4" H x 11 1/2" W. Framed – 27" H x 17 1/2" W. Late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Overall good condition with craquelure concentrated in the lower right quadrant. Canvas has been relined. 1/2" x 1/2" area of loss to paint to one of the trees, top left. Few areas of loss to gilt on frame. Canvas slightly loose in frame. [See more photos →]

$1,800.00
436 Lot 436: Group of 11 pcs 14K gold Jewelry, incl. Masonic Group of 11 pcs 14K gold Jewelry, incl. Masonic Lot 436: Group of 11 pcs 14K gold Jewelry, incl. Masonic

Eleven (11) items of 14K jewelry, mostly men's, including gent's Masonic ring containing one round diamond weighing approximately .40 ct. (Imp, J-K) ring size 10 1/2; Gent's signet ring with carved knight's bust in tiger's eye, ring size 10 3/4; five wedding bands, ring sizes 4-1/4, 8 & 10; 1929 class lapel pin by JE Caldwell; Pair of cufflinks monogrammed "DK"; watch chain, 14" L; single cufflink. All items marked or tested as 14K. 78.1 grams. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: Overall good condition with some surface wear. Lower right corner tiger's eye on ring with chip. [See more photos →]

$1,800.00
570 Lot 570: Art Glass Iris Vase, 17" H Art Glass Iris Vase, 17" H Lot 570: Art Glass Iris Vase, 17" H

Attributed to Galle, France, large art glass vase, cameo cut and fire polished bearded purple iris design on a cream-shaded, waisted ovoid form with raised flared rim and flared foot. 17" H. 20th century. CONDITION: Excellent condition. Old abrasions to base. [See more photos →]

$1,800.00
185 Lot 185: 14K Heavy Link Bracelet, 51 grams 14K Heavy Link Bracelet, 51 grams Lot 185: 14K Heavy Link Bracelet, 51 grams

14K yellow gold dapped link bracelet, marked 14K, 7 1/4" L x 3/8" W with safety clasp, 51.1 grams. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with minor surface wear. [See more photos →]

$1,792.00
60 Lot 60: Edwardian Sterling Egg Cruet and Spoons Edwardian Sterling Egg Cruet and Spoons Lot 60: Edwardian Sterling Egg Cruet and Spoons

Edwardian Sterling silver egg cruet, oblong openwork frame with gadrooned edges and corner supports in the form of Greek columns, oblong loop handle with scrolled bridge, and six footed egg cups. All stamped with hallmarks for C.S. Harris and Sons, London, 1909. Also included are six sterling egg spoons with plain fiddle handles, maker's mark "SH & C", London, Sterling, 1952. 7" H x 8" W x 6" D. Combined weight: 29.93 oz troy. CONDITION: Excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$1,792.00
112 Lot 112: Charles Woodbury Exhibited Oil, Cape Ann Village Charles Woodbury Exhibited Oil, Cape Ann Village Lot 112: Charles Woodbury Exhibited Oil, Cape Ann Village

Charles Herbert Woodbury (American, 1864-1940) oil on canvas street scene landscape painting titled "Cape Ann Village" depicting a figure in cart, loaded with snow, traveling down a street lined with buildings; the mast of a tall ship is visible over the rooftops in the background. Signed "CH Woodbury" lower right and dated "Nov. '82" lower left. Exhibited, "Earth, Sea and Sky," an exhibit organized by the MIT museum which traveled throughout the US from 1988-1993. Label en verso lists museums participating in the tour, including Cheekwood, Nashville, Tennessee. Other labels en verso for Vose Galleries, Boston, with title "New England Town", and Smith Kramer Fine Art Services, Kansas City. Giltwood molded frame with incised edge and corner ornaments. Canvas – 15" H x 12" W. Framed – 21" H x 17 5/8" W. Late 19th century. Provenance: the collection of Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Slaymaker, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Relined with some darkening to varnish layer and craquelure throughout; blacklight reveals 1" spot of inpainting lower right corner, five small spots inpainting upper right quadrant. [See more photos →]

$1,792.00
463 Lot 463: 12 Sterling items, incl. Gorham/Scearce Mint Julep Cups 12 Sterling items, incl. Gorham/Scearce Mint Julep Cups Lot 463: 12 Sterling items, incl. Gorham/Scearce Mint Julep Cups

Group of twelve (12) sterling silver items, including Gorham and Scearce Presidential mint julep cups. 1st-9th items: Nine (9) sterling silver mint julep cups including eight (8) Gorham #1673 cups, 3 3/4" H, and one (1) Kentucky Scearce Presidential julep cup, base marked MARK J. SCEARCE SHELBYVILLE KENTUCKY/STERLING along with eagle cartouche mark and initials LBJ for President Lyndon B. Johnson (active 1961-1963), 3 3/4" H. 34.450 total troy ounces. 10th item: Towle sterling silver footed pierced bowl with impressed floral rim, marked X314 on base, 2-1/2" H x 8 1/4" dia. 8.335 oz troy. 11th-12th items: Two (2) sterling silver baby mugs with flared rims, 2-1/8 to 2-1/2" H. 3.975 oz. troy/2. 46.76 total troy ounces. CONDITION: 1st-9th items: All cups with general use wear and scratching. Four Gorham cups with dents to base rims, all bases with pitting. Scearce cup with scattered pitting, discoloration to the interior, use wear and scratching. 10th item: Overall very good condition. 11th-12th items: One baby cup with monogram. Both cups with some dents. [See more photos →]

$1,792.00
704 Lot 704: 9 International Sterling Mint Julep Cups 9 International Sterling Mint Julep Cups Lot 704: 9 International Sterling Mint Julep Cups

Set of nine (9) International Company sterling silver julep cups, pattern #P669. 3 3/4" H. 35.99 total troy ounces. CONDITION: One cup monogrammed, one with dent to the lower body. All with light overall general use wear. [See more photos →]

$1,792.00
744 Lot 744: Double Fore-Edge Painted Robinson Crusoe, 2 Vols., 1820 Defoe Double Fore-Edge Painted Robinson Crusoe, 2 Vols., 1820 Defoe Lot 744: Double Fore-Edge Painted Robinson Crusoe, 2 Vols., 1820 Defoe

The Life and Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, of York, Mariner, Vol. I & II, by Daniel Defoe, The British Novelists, Vol. XVI-XVII, 1820. Printed by C. Baldwin, London. 18mo, 690 total gilt edged pages with four (4) watercolor split double fore-edge paintings, two (2) to each book, Vol. I: Portrait of Defoe, obverse, Crusoe finds goats on the island, reverse, Vol. II – Crusoe reading to Friday from the Bible, obverse, Crusoe sights an English Ship, within a border of Chilean Mallow flowers, rebound in tooled red straight grain Moroccan leather with gilt decorations to covers and gilt lettering to spine, four raised hubs. 6 1/2" H x 4 1/4" W x 1 1/8" D. Early 19th century. Note: Both books were included on a receipt from J.N. Bartfield, New York, NY, dated August 24, 1983, available to the winning bidder. CONDITION: Fore-edge paintings in overall excellent condition. Pages in overall good condition with toning, areas of dampstaining. Rebound boards in overall good condition, corners bumped. Acid burn from old book plate, inside front covers, typed paper with information about books glued to front end paper along binding. [See more photos →]

$1,792.00
188 Lot 188: 11 TN Coin Silver Spoons, Samuel Bell and Atkinson & Boyce 11 TN Coin Silver Spoons, Samuel Bell and Atkinson & Boyce Lot 188: 11 TN Coin Silver Spoons, Samuel Bell and Atkinson & Boyce

Eleven (11) coin silver spoons, including six (6) Samuel Bell, Knoxville tablespoons and five (5) dessert spoons attributed to Atkinson & Boyce of Jonesboro, TN. 1st-6th items: Six (6) Tennessee coin silver tablespoons or serving spoons with downturned reverse fiddle tipt handles, monogrammed "J.S.". Marked Bell & Co. in rectangle with impressed anthemions on each side. (Ref. TENNESSEE SILVERSMITHS by Benjamin Caldwell, p. 33). 9" L. 9.86 oz troy. Samuel Bell made silver in Knoxville from 1819-1852 and also served two terms as Knoxville's mayor from 1840-42 and 1844-46. In 1852, Bell moved to San Antonio, Texas and continued his vocation as a silversmith. 7th-11th items: Five (5) place spoons with downturned handles, monogrammed "AL". Marked A&B in rectangle, mark tentatively attributed to East Tennessee silversmiths Wilton Atkinson and William Boyce. Caldwell records Atkinson and Boyce working Jonesboro, Washington County, TN 1825-1833(?) but no confirmed example of their mark is known. 7 1/2" L. 5.23 oz troy. CONDITION: Old repairs to joints of tablespoons. 3/8" split to one bowl. Minor dents to most bowls on place spoons and tablespoons. All monograms worn but one may be redone. [See more photos →]

$1,680.00
181 Lot 181: 18K Coin Pendant Necklace 18K Coin Pendant Necklace Lot 181: 18K Coin Pendant Necklace

One (1) 18K yellow gold ribbon frame pendant enclosing an 18 mm dia. .986 gold Austrian Empire restrike coin dated 1915; the pendant hangs from an 18K yellow gold 29-1/2" long hollow rope chain, marked 18K Italy. 48.3 grams total weight. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$1,680.00
214 Lot 214: International Sterling Tea Set, 5 pcs. + Tray & Kettle International Sterling Tea Set, 5 pcs. + Tray & Kettle Lot 214: International Sterling Tea Set, 5 pcs. + Tray & Kettle

International 1810 sterling silver tea service, 5 pieces, including a teapot, coffeepot, covered sugar bowl, creamer, and open waste bowl. Waste bowl and creamer with gilt wash interiors and all pieces marked on the base. 61.89 total troy ounces, ranging in size from 4" H x 5 3/4" W to 9 1/4" H x 10 1/4" W. Circa 1930. Also included with the tea service is a marked Old Sheffield Atkin Brothers octagonal tray with chased foliate center, pierced gallery and shell feet (2 1/2" H x 22 5/8" W x 5 1/2" D) together with an English silverplate hot water kettle, pineapple over WP hallmarks, with chased foliate and cartouche designs to the body over raised paw feet (12" H x 9 1/2" W). Both silverplate pieces late 19th century. Provenance: Estate of Celia (Cece) Webb, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Tea set monogrammed EKH. Handles to both pots loose, coffee pot with vertical dent to back, tea pot with dent to upper shoulder. All tea set pieces overall general wear. Sheffield tray with general wear and losses. Kettle pin chain broken on one end, overall good condition with general wear. [See more photos →]

$1,680.00
11 Lot 11: 4 Thai Hindu Bronze & Metal Figures, incl. Buddhas 4 Thai Hindu Bronze & Metal Figures, incl. Buddhas Lot 11: 4 Thai Hindu Bronze & Metal Figures, incl. Buddhas

Four (4) Thai Hindu Bronze and Metal Figures. 1st item: Thai bronze Buddha depicted seated and posed upon a multi-tiered triangular base. Incised inscription on the lower base tier. 9 3/4" H. Late 19th/Early 20th century. 2nd item: Thai Buddha with gilt wash, from the Rattanakosin Dynasty (1782-1932), depicted seated on a multi-tiered triangular base. 6" H. 3rd item: Miniature Hindu bronze Dancing Shiva Nataraj, likely Thai, depicted dancing within a circle of flames. 4" H. Late 19th/Early 20th century. 4th item: Large gilt metal Ganesha Buddha elephant figure with overall gilt wash, mounted onto a square black base. 16 1/4" H (w/ base) x 19" W x 8 1/2" D. 20th century. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: 1st item: Overall good condition with general wear to patina. 2nd item: Tip of head covering bent, General wear and oxidation to exterior. Losses to the center and corner of base. 3rd item: Overall good condition with old patina. 4th item: Overall general wear and light losses to gilt wash, losses to patina on the base. [See more photos →]

$1,664.00
28 Lot 28: Two Framed Taoist Scrolls, Diyu (2nd pair) Two Framed Taoist Scrolls, Diyu (2nd pair) Lot 28: Two Framed Taoist Scrolls, Diyu (2nd pair)

CONDITION: Not examined out of frame. Both with scattered staining, widespread creasing/cracking, and scattered repairs with some inpainting. At least one repaired tear (8" L). Scrolls appear to have been laid down onto newer, larger backgrounds. [See more photos →]

$1,664.00
27 Lot 27: Two Framed Taoist Scrolls, Diyu (1st pair) Two Framed Taoist Scrolls, Diyu (1st pair) Lot 27: Two Framed Taoist Scrolls, Diyu (1st pair)

CONDITION: Not examined out of frame. Both with scattered staining, widespread creasing/cracking, and scattered repairs with some inpainting. Scrolls appear to have been laid down onto newer, larger backgrounds. [See more photos →]

$1,664.00
292 Lot 292: 2 Confederate Web Rifle or Carbine Slings 2 Confederate Web Rifle or Carbine Slings Lot 292: 2 Confederate Web Rifle or Carbine Slings

Two (2) Confederate Web Rifle or Carbine Slings. Folded, double-sewn, hand-stitched linen with brown leather adjustment strip, center, brown leather loop, one end, brass knapsack hook, to other end. Includes retail listing from Shannon Pritchard, Old South Military Antiques. Slings range in size from 32 1/2" to 32 3/4" L. Provenance: Purchased from Shannon Pritchard, Old South Military Antiques. Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. CONDITION: Overall good condition with wear to be expected from age and manner of use. [See more photos →]

$1,664.00
310 Lot 310: Civil War Colt Model 1862 Police Revolver, Holster Civil War Colt Model 1862 Police Revolver, Holster Lot 310: Civil War Colt Model 1862 Police Revolver, Holster

Civil War era Colt Model 1862 Police Revolver, .36 caliber, serial number 27120, all visible serial numbers matching including wedge. Top of barrel with partially obscured marks "…New-York U.S. America", top left side of trigger guard marked "36 CAL". Faintly carved initials on the underside of the grips "JWN" and "LA". Walnut stocks, round barrel, brass trigger guard and back strap, iron mounted, checkered hammer, standard front sight, loading lever. Includes a black leather holster with stitched belt strap. Includes letter to consignor from John Spicer, Champion Hill Relics, September 3, 2013, about item with sale record. Barrel length – 5 1/2". Overall length – 10 1/2". Holster – 9 1/2" H x 5 1/2" W x 1 1/2" D. Serial number corresponds to year 1864. Provenance: Revolver came from an estate in New Iberia, Louisiana. Purchased from John Spicer, Champion Hill Relics. Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. CONDITION: Action is excellent. Dark untouched patina. Small amount of silver remaining in protected areas of trigger guard. 75% of varnish present to stocks. The holster originally had an over the shoulder strap that has been removed. [See more photos →]

$1,664.00
403 Lot 403: American Federal Piano Forte, Loud Brothers American Federal Piano Forte, Loud Brothers Lot 403: American Federal Piano Forte, Loud Brothers

American Federal Piano-Forte, manufactured by Loud Brothers of Philadelphia. Rosewood and mahogany case with contrasting dark line inlay, pierced panels on front top sides, cast gilt brass fittings, medallion and trim, gold gilt anthemion and signature tablet stenciling above a keyboard containing 43 keys, two dovetailed drawers to lower left and right corners of case with brass pulls, and carved cornucopia elements to lower edge corners, all resting on six ring and spiral turned legs ending in brass casters, and center spiral twist central leg with pedal. Partially legible inscription to top right of sound board reads "May 23rd, 1830". Case – 15 3/8" H x 68" W x 26 3/4" D. Overall – 37" H. Circa 1830. CONDITION: Repair to left rear side of case. Scattered losses to veneer. Top right side pierced panel damaged, pieces retained. Loss to gilt trim left side. Sound board intact. Most keys do not play. [See more photos →]

$1,664.00
406 Lot 406: Pair Gilt-Embellished Watercolor Theorems, c. 1850 Pair Gilt-Embellished Watercolor Theorems, c. 1850 Lot 406: Pair Gilt-Embellished Watercolor Theorems, c. 1850

Pair of New England gilt-embellished theorems, watercolor and gouache paintings of flower arrangements in urns with applied gold leaf. Unsigned. Housed in burlwood frames with gilt rabbet edges. Sight – 9-7/8" x 7-1/2". Framed – 15-1/8" x 12-7/8". American, circa 1840-1850. CONDITION: Very good condition. Area of discoloration to paper at left center edge of one image and at right edge of upper leaf depiction of other image. Not examined out of frame. [See more photos →]

$1,664.00
443 Lot 443: Elizabeth Locke Mabe Pearl Earrings Elizabeth Locke Mabe Pearl Earrings Lot 443: Elizabeth Locke Mabe Pearl Earrings

Pair of Elizabeth Locke 18K yellow gold mabe pearl and emerald earrings, each earring mounted with a white 13.5 mm round mabe pearl in gold round frame accented with four round 3.5 mm emerald beads (one missing on one earring) and four 4.5 mm cultured pearls (one chipped on same earring). Both earrings with retractable posts, Elizabeth Locke maker's mark and "18K". 1 inch square. 22.3 grams. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: One earring with one missing emerald and partially damaged pearl. [See more photos →]

$1,664.00
578 Lot 578: Shearwater Art Pottery Jar, Mac Anderson Shearwater Art Pottery Jar, Mac Anderson Lot 578: Shearwater Art Pottery Jar, Mac Anderson

Shearwater Art Pottery low jar, by James McConnell "Mac" Anderson (Mississippi, 1907-1998) glazed in colors of yellow, white, black pink, blue and brown with a central frieze or band of African Americans engaging in various activites to the center of the body. Signed and dated '79 on the base along with the impressed semi-circular "Shearwater" mark . 4" H x 7 1/2" Dia. CONDITION: Very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,664.00
120 Lot 120: Gaspare Ruffalo, O/C, African American Banjo Player Gaspare Ruffalo, O/C, African American Banjo Player Lot 120: Gaspare Ruffalo, O/C, African American Banjo Player

Gaspare J. Ruffolo (American/Illinois, 1908-1997) oil on canvas painting depicting a black man playing a banjo and wearing a white shirt, overalls, and hat against a brick background. Signed "Gaspere Ruffolo" lower left. Housed in a black painted frame. Sight – 25 1/2" H x 19 1/2" W. Framed – 28 1/4" H x 22" W. American, early/mid 20th century. Biography: Chicago-born Gaspere Ruffolo (alternate spelling Gasper) studied painting at the Art Institute of Chicago with Wellington Reynolds and George Oberteuffer, and exhibited at the Art Institute. He was known for his landscapes and portraits, and was a member of the Association of Chicago Painters and Sculptors, Chicago Galleries Association, and the All-Illinois Society of Fine Artists. (source: Peter Hastings Falk, Who Was Who in American Art). CONDITION: Overall good condition with areas of rubbing, largest 1/4" x 3/4", lower right of canvas. Black light shows no alterations. [See more photos →]

$1,560.00
137 Lot 137: East TN or SW VA Sheraton Walnut Low or Sugar Table East TN or SW VA Sheraton Walnut Low or Sugar Table Lot 137: East TN or SW VA Sheraton Walnut Low or Sugar Table

East Tennessee or Southwest Virginia Sheraton low table or sugar table, walnut primary, poplar secondary. Comprised of a rectangular, overhanging top over one long, finely wedged dovetailed drawer, having the original metal escutcheon plate and wooden pulls; turned and tapered legs terminating in ring and spike feet. 27 3/4" H x 36" W x 20 3/4" D. Possibly Sullivan County, TN or Washington County, VA. 2nd Qtr. 19th century. Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. CONDITION: Old, possibly original surface with traces of green paint to side stiles and drawer interior, as well a few older drill holes. One ring turning of foot has losses. Some age cracks to wood on the top, stains and wear, surface alligatoring. [See more photos →]

$1,560.00
344 Lot 344: Watercolor Portrait, 14th Brooklyn Chasseurs Watercolor Portrait, 14th Brooklyn Chasseurs Lot 344: Watercolor Portrait, 14th Brooklyn Chasseurs

John Ross (New York, 19th Century) watercolor on paper portrait painting depicting Lieutenant John August, Esq., 14th Regiment New York State Militia (also called the 14th Brooklyn Chasseurs). August, about 28-years-old at the time the painting was executed, is depicted seated and wearing a light blue double breasted uniform with brass buttons, epaulets, blue shako, belt, blue sash, and light blue trousers with a white strip, and holding a sword, likely a Foot Officer's Sword, pattern 1850, against a grey background. Signature not visible, possibly under matte. Pencil inscription with sitter's name, information, and artist information with sketch, envelope with information about August's regiment, sword, and other Civil War era regimental information, en verso. Housed in a wooden frame with double sided glass and off white matte. Sight – 13 3/8" H x 9 1/2" W. Framed – 18 7/8" H x 15 1/4" W. American, mid 19th century. Provenance: The collection of internationally known ragtime pianist and historian Johnny Maddox, Gallatin, TN. Note: The 14th Regiment New York State Militia was a volunteer militia regiment from the City of Brooklyn, New York, formed in 1847. It is best known for its service in the Civil War, including most major engagements of the Eastern Theater: the First and Second Battles of Bull Run, the Battle of Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, The Wilderness, and Spotsylvania Court House. CONDITION: Overall good condition with minute areas of loss to paint. Not examined outside of frame. [See more photos →]

$1,560.00
354 Lot 354: W.C. Beauquesne O/C, Street Battle W.C. Beauquesne O/C, Street Battle Lot 354: W.C. Beauquesne O/C, Street Battle

Wilfrid Constant Beauquesne (French, 1847-1913) oil on canvas military painting depicting soldiers fighting in the streets of a European village. Several of the battle participants are on horseback, others lie mortally wounded in the street. Faint grid lines are visible, suggesting this painting may have been a study for a larger work. Signed "W. Beauquesne" lower right. Old paper label verso reads "54.5 x 45 Militari Russo Brunocaro". Housed in a molded gilt and stained wood frame. Sight – 17 1/4" H x 21" W. Framed – 23" H x 26 1/2" W. Late 19th century. Provenance: Private Southern collection of Military Art. Biography: Known for his scenic depictions of this war, Wilfried Beauquesne was known for his depictions of war. He attended the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris, where he studied under well known military artists Vernet-Lecomte and Horace Vernet. He exhibited regularly at the annual Paris Salon between 1887 and 1899, as well as throughout Europe (source: Askart). CONDITION: Patch to lower left quadrant, otherwise good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,560.00
369 Lot 369: Manner of E. Boudin, O/B Beach Scene Manner of E. Boudin, O/B Beach Scene Lot 369: Manner of E. Boudin, O/B Beach Scene

Manner of Eugene Louis Boudin, oil on board plein-air marine painting. Depicts a beach scene, possibly at Trouville, with several beach goers strolling or seated along the shore under a cloudy sky with a pier and ships visible in the background. Signed "E. Boudin" lower left. Partial red wax seal on back of wood board. Housed in a decorative carved gilt wood frame. Sight – 9 1/8" H x 13 3/8" W. Board approximately 10" x 15". Framed – 17 1/2" H x 21 3/4" W. Provenance: Formerly of Maple Grove Estate, Knoxville, TN when a private residence, and published in Southern Accents magazine, May-June, 1985. CONDITION: Overall good condition. Two horizontal bulges or blisters due to wood grain, largest 2", center right of painting. 1" area of paint loss, center left of board. 1" old repair to top left decoration of rabbet edge. Areas of loss to frame. [See more photos →]

$1,560.00
393 Lot 393: Pair French Green Tole Lamps Pair French Green Tole Lamps Lot 393: Pair French Green Tole Lamps

Pair French tole decorated green ground urn-shaped lamps, the bodies and tole shades painted with vignettes of landscape and water scenes, each with lion mask side handles, short columnar base, and double sockets with silk cords. 26 1/2" and 27 1/2" H to top of shades. Shades: 10 1/8" x 15 1/2". Early 20th century. Provenance: Nashville, Tennessee estate. CONDITION: Finials do not match. Line of wear around one shade. Surface grime. Scattered paint losses. One button missing on one lamp base. Functionality not tested or guaranteed. [See more photos →]

$1,560.00
424 Lot 424: Dean Cornwell Study Davidson County Courthouse Mural Dean Cornwell Study Davidson County Courthouse Mural Lot 424: Dean Cornwell Study Davidson County Courthouse Mural

Dean Cornwall (New York/California, 1892-1960) pencil and charcoal on paper study for a medallion and for a mural panel for the Davidson County Courthouse in Nashville, Tennessee. Image depicts four hunters, one likely Kasper Mansker, all carrying rifles, and a pack-laden horse, climbing a bluff. Unsigned. Three labels on reverse plus former auction hang tag. Sight – 21 3/4" H x 21 1/2" W. Framed – 26" H x 26" W. American, first half of 20th century. History: Dean Cornwell was nicknamed "the Dean of Illustrators". He was born in Louisville, where he started his art career as cartoonist for the Louisville Herald. He soon moved to Chicago, where he studied at the Chicago Art Institute under Harvey Dunn, whom he later followed to New York. There, his career blossomed. Cornwall produced over 1,000 illustrations for Cosmopolitan, Harper's Bazaar, Redbook and Good Housekeeping. He also illustrated books written by Pearl S. Buck, Ernest Hemingway, and Somerset Maugham, and did advertisements for GM, Coca-Cola, Goodyear and several other major companies. Starting around 1927, however, he devoted himself to murals, after studying for three years with Frank Brangwyn. Brangwyn selected Cornwall to help him with a series of murals, including one at the House of Lords in England. Cornwall was also hired to create murals at the Los Angeles Public Library, the Eastern Airlines Building in New York (now Rockefeller Plaza) and at the 1939 World's Fair for GM. Cornwall's mural for the Davidson County Courthouse in Nashville featured heroic figures representing Industry, Agriculture, Commerce, and Statesmanship superimposed over maps of Nashville and Davidson County. Three years later, in 1941, he also painted a mural for The Sevier State Office Building, titled The Discovery of Tennessee and The Development of Tennessee, depicting important figures in Tennessee's history. Both Nashville murals were created under President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal cultural programs. Cornwall taught and lectured at the Art Students League in New York and served as president of the Society of Illustrators, a group from which he received a gold medal; he was also inducted into their Hall of of Fame. He also won a medal for mural painting from the Architectural League of New York. He was elected into the National Academy of Design and served as the President of the National Society of Mural Painters. (Source: The National Museum of American Illustration; The Tennessee Encyclopedia). CONDITION: One-half inch stain to image lower left edge and small foxing spot upper right edge. Loss to glass edge on lower left side. [See more photos →]

$1,560.00
15 Lot 15: Chinese Export Porcelain Lotus Dish Chinese Export Porcelain Lotus Dish Lot 15: Chinese Export Porcelain Lotus Dish

Chinese Export porcelain Qianlong lotus dish with gilt and polychrome enameled lotus pond decoration to center, pink lotus leaf design to rim and gilt edges. Elinor Gordon label en verso. 2" H x 9" dia. Accompanied by a March, 1985 Magazine Antiques advertisement picturing this plate. Circa 1750. Provenance: Huntsville, Alabama private collection, acquired from Elinor Gordon Antiques. CONDITION: Very good condition with light minor wear to decoration. [See more photos →]

$1,536.00
47 Lot 47: 14K Byzantine Link Necklace, 65.9 grams 14K Byzantine Link Necklace, 65.9 grams Lot 47: 14K Byzantine Link Necklace, 65.9 grams

14K yellow gold byzantine link design necklace consisting of 15-3/4" long byzantine links with 2" long rope chain necklace with lobster claw clasp attached at either end, total length – 19-3/4". 65.9 grams. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,536.00
207 Lot 207: Set of 12 Wallace Sterling Water Goblets Set of 12 Wallace Sterling Water Goblets Lot 207: Set of 12 Wallace Sterling Water Goblets

Set of twelve (12) sterling silver Wallace water goblets, style #14, 6 5/8" H. One (1) engraved with personal presentation inscription on base. 66.655 total oz troy. CONDITION: Very good condition. One goblet with personal inscription on underside of base. [See more photos →]

$1,536.00
210 Lot 210: Towle Louis XIV Sterling Flatware, 122 pcs Towle Louis XIV Sterling Flatware, 122 pcs Lot 210: Towle Louis XIV Sterling Flatware, 122 pcs

Towle Silversmiths sterling silver flatware, Louis XIV pattern, 122 pieces, including 18 forks (7 1/4" L), 20 dinner knives (8 3/4" L, 7 knives still in original plastic wrap), 21 salad forks, 23 teaspoons, 12 round bowl soup spoons, 12 ice cream forks, 12 demitasse spoons, 1 sugar shell spoon, 1 master butter knife, 1 olive fork and 1 cheese server. Monogrammed MTF. 95.33 weighable oz troy. CONDITION: Overall good condition. Monogrammed MTF. [See more photos →]

$1,536.00
219 Lot 219: 3 early Thumbprint Argus Pittsburgh Glass Pieces 3 early Thumbprint Argus Pittsburgh Glass Pieces Lot 219: 3 early Thumbprint Argus Pittsburgh Glass Pieces

Three (3) pieces of Thumbprint or Argus colorless pressed glass by Bakewell, Pears & Company, Pittsburgh, PA, including a spherical form raised covered bowl with scalloped rim and base (15" H x 8" dia.), a raised compote with a flared and scalloped rim (9 1/2" H x 11 1/2" dia.) and a smaller covered raised covered bowl (8" H x 7 1/4" dia.). All pieces 3rd quarter of the 19th century. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: Spherical covered bowl with annealing lines to the interior center, chipping to one side of the lid. Raised compote with annealing lines or cracking to the interior bowl center. Smaller covered bowl overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,536.00
456 Lot 456: Towle Old Master Sterling Flatware and others Towle Old Master Sterling Flatware and others Lot 456: Towle Old Master Sterling Flatware and others

Towle Old Master sterling flatware plus other items, 80 items total. 1st group: Towle sterling silver flatware, Old Master pattern, including 14 dinner knives (9-5/8" L), 16 dinner forks (7-3/4" L), 16 salad forks, 11 teaspoons, 10 seafood forks, 2 table serving spoons, 1 gravy ladle and 1 sugar spoon (5-3/4" L). 71 items total, not monogrammed, 75.42 weighable oz troy. 72nd item: Pair of English Georgian sugar tongs with bright cut decoration, maker's mark "SA", date mark 1804, 5-3/8" L, 0.83 oz troy. 3rd group: Assorted group of 8 items including 3 German souvenir spoons (1 marked 835 and 2 marked 90) plus set of 3 EPNS silverplated demitasse spoons, 1 triple X plated Rogers serving spoon, and 1 silverplated candle snuffer, 10" L, (8 misc. items) 80 items total in lot. CONDITION: Old Master sterling flatware in very good condition. Not monogrammed. English sterling tongs in very good condition. Other items with minor wear. [See more photos →]

$1,536.00
607 Lot 607: Group of Southwestern & other jewelry Group of Southwestern & other jewelry Lot 607: Group of Southwestern & other jewelry

Large collection of jewelry, mostly vintage Southwestern including Zuni and Navajo plus few from Mexico, several with maker's marks, 24 items total. Group includes 2 Navajo concha or concho belts, each with 7 links (3" x 2 1/4") and 1 buckle; 6 cuff bracelets, 3 with stones and 3 with incised or applied decoration, 1/8" to 1" W and 1 round bangle marked 925; 4 pair various earrings including turquoise, all for non-pierced ears; 3 various rings including Zuni turquoise ring, sizes 5 1/2 to 6; 3 pins including Zuni sun mask, 925 lightning bolt and Navajo turtle; 1 squash blossom necklace, 21" L; 1 turquoise cross on chain, 2 3/4" L cross, 27 1/2" L chain; 1 figural pendant on chain; 1 SAS triangle sterling necklace, 15 3/4" L; 1 Mexican 925 black onyx enhancer on collar necklace. 17.055 oz troy including unmarked items but excluding 2 belts. CONDITION: All items in overall very good condition with some surface wear. [See more photos →]

$1,536.00
660 Lot 660: Italian ANRI Nativity Set, 15 Figures w/ Barn Italian ANRI Nativity Set, 15 Figures w/ Barn Lot 660: Italian ANRI Nativity Set, 15 Figures w/ Barn

Vintage Italian ANRI carved and painted wood nativity set, some pieces designed by Professor Karl Kuolt (German, 1879-1937). Set comprised of a lighted stable on a removable base, four (4) villagers, two (2) sheep, one (1) recumbant cow, one (1) donkey, one (1) camel with bundles atop its back, three (3) wise men, one (1) Mary, one (1) Joseph, and one (1) Baby Jesus. All figures stamped or otherwise marked on the base. Figures range in size from 1 1/2" H x 3" L to 7" H x 8" L. Stable – 13 1/2" H x 19" W. Stable base – 24 1/4" W x 13 3/4" D. Mid 20th century. CONDITION: Stable roof with a couple of breaks to corners on left facing side. Figures overall very good condition with some wear to decoration from use. [See more photos →]

$1,536.00
783 Lot 783: Colt Model P Single Action Army Revolver, .38-.40 Caliber Colt Model P Single Action Army Revolver, .38-.40 Caliber Lot 783: Colt Model P Single Action Army Revolver, .38-.40 Caliber

Colt Model P Single Action Army Revolver, .38-.40 caliber cartridge, serial number 255931, all visible serial numbers matching. Top of barrel marked "Colt's PT F.A. MFG. Co. Hartford.CT. U. S. A.", left side of barrel marked "38 W. C. F.", left side of frame marked "PAT. Sept. 19. 1871. July 2. 72. Jan. 19. 75." with Colt logo. Colt checkered hard rubber stocks, round barrel, iron mounted, proper hammer, standard front sight. Barrel length – 4 3/4". Overall length – 10". Serial number corresponds to year 1904. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Action is locked. No finish remaining. Bore will clean to good. Screws are in OK condition. Stocks in good condition but slightly loose. [See more photos →]

$1,536.00
805 Lot 805: 2 US Gold Coins, incl. 1836 $2.50, 1854 $5 2 US Gold Coins, incl. 1836 $2.50, 1854 $5 Lot 805: 2 US Gold Coins, incl. 1836 $2.50, 1854 $5

Two (2) United States Gold Coins, including 1836, 1854. 1st item: 1836 $2.50 Classic Head coin, designed by William Kneass. Depicts the head of Liberty, obverse, an eagle with outstretched wings with a shield on its chest as it clutches an olive branch and a cluster of arrows, reverse, reeded edge. 18.2mm, 0.8990 fineness, 4.18 grams. 2nd item: 1854 $5 Liberty Head gold coin, designed by Christian Gobrecht. Depicts the head of Liberty, obverse, an eagle with outstretched wings with a shield on its chest as it clutches an olive branch and a cluster of arrows, reverse, reeded edge. 21.6mm, 0.900 fineness, 8.36 grams. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Both coins in uncirculated condition. [See more photos →]

$1,536.00
131 Lot 131: Signed Baltimore Marble Topped Pier Table Signed Baltimore Marble Topped Pier Table Lot 131: Signed Baltimore Marble Topped Pier Table

American late Classical Period Pier Table or Console, flame mahogany veneer and white pine with rectangular black and gold marble top, stenciled on bottom of marble LEVI TAYLOR, MARBLE WORKER, BALTIMORE. Possibly from the shop of John Hall, Baltimore. Ogee skirt atop two ogee curved front supports with scrolled ends, the back with inset rectangular "petticoat" mirror, atop a serpentine front base; scrolled front feet and turned rear feet. 37" H x 40" W x 20 1/2" D. Circa 1840s. Note: Another marble top marked Levi Taylor is found on a washstand attributed to Thomas Day from the Kerr family of Caswell County, North Carolina. Ref. Marshall & Leimenstoll: Thomas Day Master Craftsman and Free Man of Color. p. 227. A table nearly identical to this one (except for its cupid's bow shaped platform), also with Levi Taylor labeled marble top, is pictured on page 139 of CLASSICAL MARYLAND: FINE AND DECORATIVE ARTS FROM THE GOLDEN AGE, Maryland Historical Society, 1993, and page 195 (figure 173) of FURNTURE IN MARYLAND: THE COLLECTION OF THE MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY by Gregory Wiedman, 1984. It descended in the family of Maryland Governor Thomas Ward Veasey (1774-1842). Wiedman notes that the design of that table "is identical to that of the table illustrated on Plate 17, No 86 of John Hall's THE CABINETMAKER'S ASSISTANT (Baltimore, 1840) except for the Cupid's bow shaped platform." Wiedman also notes that "Taylor is listed as a stonecutter in the Baltimore city directories from 1831-1841. By 1842 he was running his own steam marble yard, and in 1850, he was listed as "propriteor, Importer and Dealer… Monuments, Grave Stones, Mantiles (sic) and Table Tops." CONDITION: Overall very good restored condition with French polish; scattered small veneer chips and repairs, particularly to front of serpentine base; scattered shrinkage; a few filled chips to corners and edges of wood. Marble top in overall good condition with an 8" light scratch, 1" shallow chip near rear of top, and three narrow chips to back edge, ranging from 1/3" to 1 1/4". Some clouding to mirror edges. Professional restoration by Jim Horne Studios, Nashville, TN. [See more photos →]

$1,440.00
571 Lot 571: Galle Narcissus or Daffodil Vase, 20" H Galle Narcissus or Daffodil Vase, 20" H Lot 571: Galle Narcissus or Daffodil Vase, 20" H

Large Galle art glass vase, cameo cut design featuring yellow and orange daffodils with green leaves and a landscape in the background, all on a frosted ground, with cameo signature with star. 20 1/4" H. French, circa 1920. CONDITION: Exterior: excellent condition. Wear and some dark scratching to interior of neck. [See more photos →]

$1,440.00
576 Lot 576: Tiffany Studios Glass and Bronze Jardiniere Tiffany Studios Glass and Bronze Jardiniere Lot 576: Tiffany Studios Glass and Bronze Jardiniere

Tiffany Studios bronze and green slag glass planter, also called a ferner or jardiniere, in the Grape Leaf design, marked on base "Tiffany Studios New York 833". 3-3/4" H x 10-3/4" dia. American, early 20th century. CONDITION: Light oxidation, overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,440.00
585 Lot 585: 5 McKenney & Hall Indian Lithographs 5 McKenney & Hall Indian Lithographs Lot 585: 5 McKenney & Hall Indian Lithographs

Group of five (5) McKenney and Hall Native American color lithographs, from McKenney & Hall's "History of the Indian Tribes of North America". Titles include Mo-Hon-Go (20 1/2"H x 14 7/8" W, sheet), A-Chippeway-Widow (21" H x 14 3/4" W, sheet), Ledagie (20 3/4" H x 14 3/4" W, sheet), Wat-Che-Mon-Ne (20" H x 14" W, sheet), and Spring Frog (19 3/4" H x 14 1/8" W, sheet). All published by F. W. Greenrough, Philadelphia with the exception of Ledagie which was published by Daniel Rice & James G. Clark, Philadelphia. All housed in matching simple wood frames. Sight – 19" H x 14" W. Framed – 27 5/8" H x 21 5/8" W. 19th century. CONDITION: All appear to have been cut down and laid down on cardstock. All with some minor scattered toning and spotting. Abrasions to frames and spotting to the mattes. [See more photos →]

$1,440.00
640 Lot 640: Roy Pace Folk Art Nativity Scene Roy Pace Folk Art Nativity Scene Lot 640: Roy Pace Folk Art Nativity Scene

Roy Pace (Tennessee, 1911-2011) hand carved and painted Nativity Set depicting the Holy Family in a manger, surrounded by three wisemen, a shepherd, and animals including camels, cow, donkey and sheep. All figures are attached to a wooden base. Signed and dated "Roy Pace 1989" at rear of base. 13 1/2" H x 31" W x 12 1/2" D. Late 20th century. Provenance: Private Nashville, TN collection. Note: Pace made Nativity sets with attached figures for only one year; subsequent sets featured separate figures. All are scarce. CONDITION: Overall excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$1,440.00
652 Lot 652: Antique Malayer Runner, 13'1" x 3'9" Antique Malayer Runner, 13'1" x 3'9" Lot 652: Antique Malayer Runner, 13'1" x 3'9"

Antique Malayer runner, 13'1" x 3'9", wool on cotton, taupe central panel with allover geometric field, medium blue primary border, secondary colors of salmon, pink and brown. Northwest Persia, circa 1900-1910. Provenance: Atlanta, GA collection. CONDITION: Overall good condition with areas of low pile through center. [See more photos →]

$1,440.00
17 Lot 17: 3 Chinese Famille Rose Lozenge Shaped Porcelain Dishes 3 Chinese Famille Rose Lozenge Shaped Porcelain Dishes Lot 17: 3 Chinese Famille Rose Lozenge Shaped Porcelain Dishes

Set of three (3) Chinese Famille Rose porcelain shaped and footed porcelain fruit dishes with gilt and enamel immortals and Chinese calligraphy decoration, poem or inscription, to the bodies. Bases with pinprick incised character marks. 2 1/2" H x 9" L x 6 3/4" W. Second half of 19th century. Note: Acquired by the consignor's father during his travels in the Far East in the 1950's. CONDITION: One dish with shallow chip to rim, all with light general expected wear. [See more photos →]

$1,408.00
208 Lot 208: Wallace Wishing Star Sterling Flatware, 92 pcs. Wallace Wishing Star Sterling Flatware, 92 pcs. Lot 208: Wallace Wishing Star Sterling Flatware, 92 pcs.

Wallace sterling silver flatware set, Wishing Star pattern, 92 pieces, including 12 dinner knives (9" L), 12 forks (7" L), 12 salad forks, 12 butter spreaders, 12 round bowl soup spoons, 24 teaspoons, 2 butter picks, 1 cream ladle, 1 sugar spoon, 1 cold meat fork, 2 table serving spoons, 1 pierced serving spoon, 92 pieces total. 69.53 weighable oz troy. Not monogrammed. CONDITION: One butter pick with disposal damage. [See more photos →]

$1,408.00
215 Lot 215: 19th Cent. Sea Captain's Liquor Chest 19th Cent. Sea Captain's Liquor Chest Lot 215: 19th Cent. Sea Captain's Liquor Chest

19th century sea captain's liquor or brandy chest, found in Baltimore, Maryland, possibly Merchant Marine. Chest comprised of mahogany veneers with brass corners and hardware, interior fitted with twelve compartments containing twelve various sized blown glass bottles with half post stoppers having gilt foliate and star decoration and a velvet lined insert containing two etched and gilt blown glass tumblers and two etched and gilt blown glass cordials. Bottles range in size from 5 1/2" H to 9 1/2" H. Tumblers – 3" H. Cordials – 3 5/8" H. Chest – 11" H x 17 1/8" W x 11 3/8" D. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: Chest with warpage, wear, patches and losses to mahogany veneers, interior velvet to top stained and worn. Glassware overall very good condition, one cordial appears to be missing. [See more photos →]

$1,408.00
229 Lot 229: Large Circular Royal Vienna Porcelain Plaque Large Circular Royal Vienna Porcelain Plaque Lot 229: Large Circular Royal Vienna Porcelain Plaque

Large Royal Vienna porcelain plaque depicting three cherubs with flowers against a gilt background. Royal Vienna beehive mark and impressed numbers en verso. 19" dia. Late 19th century. CONDITION: Overall very good condition, very light wear/scratching to gilt ground. Remnants of adhesive to back, a couple of fleabites to perimeter from old hanging wire that has been removed. [See more photos →]

$1,408.00
441 Lot 441: 14K Diamond Dinner Ring 14K Diamond Dinner Ring Lot 441: 14K Diamond Dinner Ring

Lady's 14K white gold diamond dinner ring with square top containing 20 round single cut diamonds and 8 baguette cut diamonds framing an estimated 1/2 ct round brilliant cut diamond in the center. The 29 diamonds weigh an estimated 1-1/2 cts combined and are VS1-VS2 clarity and G-H color. The mounting has a "Fingermate" adjustable closure. Ring size 6 1/2 when closed. 7.9 grams. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$1,408.00
444 Lot 444: 1 ct Diamond Engagement Ring 1 ct Diamond Engagement Ring Lot 444: 1 ct Diamond Engagement Ring

14K yellow gold engagement ring holding an old European cut diamond in six prongs. The diamond measures 6.10 to 6.23 mm in dia. by 3.88 mm deep and weighs an estimated .90 carat. It is SI1 clarity and M color with faint blue fluorescence and good cut grade. Ring size: 9. 2 grams. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Good condition. See description, please. [See more photos →]

$1,408.00
506 Lot 506: Ceralene Imperiale Dinnerware, 30 Pcs. Ceralene Imperiale Dinnerware, 30 Pcs. Lot 506: Ceralene Imperiale Dinnerware, 30 Pcs.

Set of thirty (30) Limoges Ceralene Imperiale pattern gilt encrusted porcelain dinnerware items including ten (10) dinner plates, ten (10) salad plates and ten (10) tea/coffee cups with saucers. Dinner plates – 10 3/4" dia., salad plates – 7 1/2" dia., cups – 2 1/8" H and saucers – 6" dia. Marked " Ceralene A. Raynaud Et Cie Limoges" on base. 20th century. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,408.00
742 Lot 742: English Bible 1622-24, Norton & Bill English Bible 1622-24, Norton & Bill Lot 742: English Bible 1622-24, Norton & Bill

The Booke [sic] of Common Prayer and The Old and New Testaments of Our Lord and Sa[v]iour [I]es[v]s Christ, imprinted by Bonham Norton and John Bill, Printers to the Kings most Excellent Majesty, London, Printed for the Company of Stationers, London, 1622-1624. Quarto, engraved Old and New Testament title pages, Genealogies, double-page map of Canaan, with additional illustrations, rebound in brown leather with original tooled brown leather covers, gilt blind stamps and gilt lettering to spine, four raised hubs. 9 1/4" H x 7" W x 3 1/4" D. Early 17th century. CONDITION: Covers with cracks, fading to gilt, rubbing to leather, corners bumped. Pages with toning, foxing spots, areas of dampstaining, tears, ink inscriptions, etc. to be expected from age. Book of Common Prayer title page is not present. [See more photos →]

$1,408.00
784 Lot 784: Merwin & Hulbert 3rd Model Frontier Army SA Revolver, .44-40 WCF Merwin & Hulbert 3rd Model Frontier Army SA Revolver, .44-40 WCF Lot 784: Merwin & Hulbert 3rd Model Frontier Army SA Revolver, .44-40 WCF

Merwin & Hulbert 3rd Model Frontier Army Single Action revolver, .44-40 WCF (Winchester Center Fire) Cartridge, serial number 15391. Top of barrel marked "…3.75 July 11.76 Apr 17.77 Pat's Mar 6.78", left side of barrel marked "…wich, Conn. U.S.A.", left side of frame under cylinder marked "Calibre Winchester 1873". Round barrel, factory pearl grips, metal frame with re-nickel finish, checkered hammer and wedge, loading gate. Barrel length – 6". Overall length – 11 1/2". Late 19th century. CONDITION: Action works but is a little sticky. Metal has a re-nickel finish. Small chips to bottom corners of both grips. Bore is slightly dirty. [See more photos →]

$1,408.00
785 Lot 785: Winchester Model 1873, 32-20 Win Lever Action Rifle Winchester Model 1873, 32-20 Win Lever Action Rifle Lot 785: Winchester Model 1873, 32-20 Win Lever Action Rifle

Winchester Model 1873 Rifle, .32-.20 caliber, .32 WCF (Winchester Center Fire), serial number 252364B, all visible serial numbers matching. Top of barrel marked "Winchester's Repeating Arms New Haven Conn. U.S.A. King's Improvement Patented March 29. 1866. October 16. 1860", breech marked ".32 WCF", tang marked "Model 1873", loading block marked ".32 CAL". Walnut stocks, octagonal barrel, metal frame, brass loading block and butt stock compartment, checkered hammer, standard sights, dust cover present. Box of ammo is included. Barrel length – 24". Overall length – 42". Serial number corresponds to year 1887. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Action is very good. Bore is dark with visible rifling. Dust cover is present. [See more photos →]

$1,408.00
178 Lot 178: 2 14K Bead Necklaces incl. Tiffany 2 14K Bead Necklaces incl. Tiffany Lot 178: 2 14K Bead Necklaces incl. Tiffany

Two (2) 14K bead necklaces including Tiffany. 1st item: Tiffany & Co. 14K yellow gold 8 mm round bead choker necklace, 14-1/2" L. Clasp marked 14K Tiffany. 26.3 grams. 2nd item: 14K yellow gold bead necklace of alternating 9.8 mm florentine beads and 6.3 mm round bright beads. Clasp marked 14K. 14-5/8" L, 24.6 grams. 50.8 grams total/2. CONDITION: Very good condition. Tiffany mark partially worn. [See more photos →]

$1,320.00
142 Lot 142: Middle TN Cherry Corner Cupboard Middle TN Cherry Corner Cupboard Lot 142: Middle TN Cherry Corner Cupboard

Sheraton cherry corner cupboard, poplar secondary, attributed to Middle Tennessee. Single case construction with ogee cornice, canted sides, two paneled upper doors enclosing three shelves over two paneled lower doors enclosing one shelf. Shaped skirt and shaped bracket foot base. 89 3/4" H x 45 1/2" W x 18" D. Circa 1825. Provenance: the collection of Hank and Mary Brockman, Franklin, TN; acquired from Robert Hicks, Franklin, TN. CONDITION: Older refinish, repair to side of cornice; narrow wedge shaped replacement to lower edge of one back board, overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,320.00
499 Lot 499: Floral encrusted Centerpiece, Dresden or Old Paris Floral encrusted Centerpiece, Dresden or Old Paris Lot 499: Floral encrusted Centerpiece, Dresden or Old Paris

Continental floral encrusted porcelain centerpiece, oval form with pink border and gilt trim, openwork basket over a pedestal with openwork foliate scroll decoration and a flower encrusted naturalistic base. Unmarked. 16 1/2" H x 17 1/2" W x 9 1/4" D. Dresden or Paris, second half of the 19th century. CONDITION: Overall good condition. 1/2" firing flaw or repaired hairline to upper rim. A few scattered small chips to flowers and leaves on base, up to 1/2" losses. Some grime to base and rim. [See more photos →]

$1,320.00
588 Lot 588: Navajo Yei Rug, 4.4 x 3.5, c. 1920 Navajo Yei Rug, 4.4 x 3.5, c. 1920 Lot 588: Navajo Yei Rug, 4.4 x 3.5, c. 1920

Navajo Yei area wool rug weaving, 53" x 42 1/2", depicting five standing spirit figures, each holding cornstalks, enclosed by alternating rainbow goddess and outside key border, colors of red, brown, orange, green and taupe. Circa 1920. CONDITION: Overall good condition. Some orange dye runs in cornstalks. Red dye runs in borders in two corners. Scattered surface grime. [See more photos →]

$1,320.00
645 Lot 645: Granny Donaldson Folk Art Textile, Tree with Birds Granny Donaldson Folk Art Textile, Tree with Birds Lot 645: Granny Donaldson Folk Art Textile, Tree with Birds

Kate Clayton ("Granny") Donaldson (Brasstown, Jackson County, North Carolina, 1864-1960) hand dyed and spun wool Folk art wall hanging, with "Tree of Life" motif. Crocheted large tree with birds resting in its branches, to the left a farmer holding a pitchfork and his wife holding a basket, with other farm animals, birds and a turtle in the sky, all appliqued to a woven wool background panel hemmed at edges and attached to linen canvas. Housed in an acrylic shadow box. Textile – 31" H x 26 1/2" W. Shadow box – 36 3/4" H x 31 1/2" W x 2 1/4" D. American, early,mid 20th century. Note: A native of Cherokee County, Kate Donaldson was a pictorial textile artist known for her so-called Cow Blankets. Her work is recorded in Allen Eaton's Handicrafts of the Southern Highlands and the John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, N.C. See also the digital collection of the Hunter Library of Western Carolina University. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with some minor holes in upper left quadrant. [See more photos →]

$1,320.00
746 Lot 746: Double Fore-Edge Painted Joseph Andrews, 1820 Fielding Double Fore-Edge Painted Joseph Andrews, 1820 Fielding Lot 746: Double Fore-Edge Painted Joseph Andrews, 1820 Fielding

The History of the Adventures of Joseph Andrews, and His Friend Mr. Abraham Adams by Henry Fielding, Esq., The British Novelists, Vol. XVIII, Second Edition, 1820. Printed by C. Baldwin, London. 18mo, 395 gilt edged pages with watercolor double fore-edge paintings of a view of Fielding's home Sharpham Park, England, obverse, with a portrait of Baron Lyttelton and a view of Eton College, 1754, reverse, rebound in tooled red straight grain Moroccan leather with gilt decorations to covers and gilt lettering to spine, four raised hubs, green end papers. 6 1/2" H x 4 1/4" W x 1 1/4" D. Early 19th century. Note: This book was included on a receipt from J.N. Bartfield, New York, NY, dated August 24, 1983, available to the winning bidder. CONDITION: Fore-edge paintings in overall excellent condition. Pages in overall good condition with toning, areas of dampstaining. Rebound boards in overall good condition, corners bumped. Acid burn from old book plate, inside front covers, typed paper with information about book glued to front end paper along binding. [See more photos →]

$1,320.00
792 Lot 792: German Mauser Model 98 & German K98 Bayonet German Mauser Model 98 & German K98 Bayonet Lot 792: German Mauser Model 98 & German K98 Bayonet

WWII Nazi German Model 98 Mauser Kriegsmodell Bolt-Action Rifle, 8mm, serial number 6701, all visible serial numbers matching. Top of receiver marked "Mod. 98 byf 45", butt plate marked "GQM/44", magazine cover marked "SVW/byf", German acceptance proofs including Nazi eagle on magazine cover, receiver. Wooden stock, round barrel, metal and wood fore arm, hooded front sight. Includes bayonet, pommel marked "Jos Corts S n", "46" "5419b" with leather sheath, stamped "5419" and "Wilhelm Hanger & Braun Solingen 1935". Barrel length – 23 1/2". Overall length – 43 1/2". Overall length of bayonet – 16". Mid 20th century. Provenance: From the living estate of former U.S. Army Sgt. Orville Ellis of St. Louis, MO. Sgt. Ellis was a member of the the 70th Infantry Division, known as the "Trailblazers". This group spearheaded the Seventh U.S. Army's drive into Germany and participated in the Battle of the Bulge, Germany's last major German offensive on the Western Front. Note: Most firearms made after 1898 require passing an FFL background check prior to transfer. Please be prepared with proper identification and information. If you do not reside in Tennessee, an FFL dealer in your state is required to complete the transfer. CONDITION: Bore is clean. Action is functional. Missing screw from breech tang near trigger guard. Missing stacking rod. Fore arm metal and wood not tightly attached. Stock appears to be unmarked with varnish. [See more photos →]

$1,320.00
61 Lot 61: William IV Silver Tea Set, Barnard, 3 pcs William IV Silver Tea Set, Barnard, 3 pcs Lot 61: William IV Silver Tea Set, Barnard, 3 pcs

3 piece William IV sterling silver tea service, comprised of teapot, creamer and sugar bowl, all with floral and cartouche decoration to body, acanthus handles and shell feet, the teapot marked for Edward, Edward Jr., John and William Barnard, London, 1834; the cream and sugar marked for James and Walter Marshall and Elder & Co., Edinburgh, 1835. Creamer and sugar with engraved crest, "Manu Forti" and ELS monogram. Teapot 9 1/2" H. 50.27 total troy ounces. CONDITION: Teapot with a few small dents and possible dent repair to throat, otherwise all items very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,280.00
213 Lot 213: 8 International Lord Saybrooke Sterling Goblets 8 International Lord Saybrooke Sterling Goblets Lot 213: 8 International Lord Saybrooke Sterling Goblets

Set of eight (8) International sterling silver goblets, Lord Saybrook pattern, not monogrammed. 6 5/8" H. 45.995 total troy ounces. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: Overall very good condition, very minor surface wear. [See more photos →]

$1,280.00
453 Lot 453: Reed & Barton Francis I Sterling Flatware plus souvenir spoons Reed & Barton Francis I Sterling Flatware plus souvenir spoons Lot 453: Reed & Barton Francis I Sterling Flatware plus souvenir spoons

Francis I sterling flatware and assorted souvenir spoons. 1st group: 39 pieces Reed & Barton Francis I pattern sterling silver flatware including 11 demitasse spoons, 24 dessert/oval soup spoons (all marked Reed & Barton except 2 dessert spoons with maker's mark), wooden bowl 2-pc salad set and large 2-pc carving set (13 3/4" L knife). 53.99 weighable oz troy. Not monogrammed. 2nd group: Assorted group of 14 sterling silver souvenir spoons plus 1 misc. sterling demitasse spoon, 3 7/8" – 4 5/8" L, 4.65 oz troy/15 spoons. 54 items total. 58.64 weighable oz troy. CONDITION: Francis 1 flatware in very good condition. Not monogrammed. All souvenir spoons in worn condition due to age. [See more photos →]

$1,280.00
458 Lot 458: 12 S. Kirk & Son Bread Plates, Repousse Rims 12 S. Kirk & Son Bread Plates, Repousse Rims Lot 458: 12 S. Kirk & Son Bread Plates, Repousse Rims

Set of twelve (12) S. Kirk & Son sterling silver bread plates with floral repousse rims. Undersides marked "S. Kirk & Son/Sterling/127". 6 1/8" dia. 48.830 troy ounces. CONDITION: Overall good condition with light surface scratching. [See more photos →]

$1,280.00
510 Lot 510: Olen Bryant Clay Sculpture, "Blue Lady" Olen Bryant Clay Sculpture, "Blue Lady" Lot 510: Olen Bryant Clay Sculpture, "Blue Lady"

Olen L. Bryant (American/Tennessee, 1927-2017) large pale blue clay sculpture with mottled peach and celadon overglaze titled "Blue Lady," depicting a petal-like wrapped figure seated atop a block. Unsigned. A letter of authenticity and provenance from the artist's niece, who served as his studio assistant and personal representative for his estate, will accompany this lot. 38-3/4" H x 16-1/2" W x 15-1/2" D. 55.6 lbs. Mid to late 20th century. Provenance: The Estate of Olen Bryant, Cottonwood/Clarksville, Tennessee. Biography: Born in Cookville, TN, Bryant was a 1950 graduate of Murray State University and a 1954 graduate of the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield, Michigan with a Master's Degree in Fine Arts. He additionally studied at the Cleveland Institute of Art, the Institute in the Visual Arts in American Culture at the University of Delaware and the Winterthur Museum in 1967. Bryant was a professor at Austin Peay State University from 1964 to 1991. Bryant's artwork is widely collected around the United States and is a part of several museum collections, including the Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga, the Tennessee State Museum of Art and the Cheekwood Museum of Art in Nashville and his works have been displayed at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center and at the Governor's Mansion during the Phil Bredesen administration. He was a founding member of the Nashville Artist Guild and the Tennessee Association of Craft Artists (source: Nashville Fine Arts Magazine & The Leaf Chronicle). CONDITION: Overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,280.00
568 Lot 568: Set of 12 Lalique Champagne Flutes Set of 12 Lalique Champagne Flutes Lot 568: Set of 12 Lalique Champagne Flutes

Set of twelve (12) Lalique "Angel Wing" champagne flutes, having clear and frosted etched wings on the sides of the body and a frosted angel mask on the upper stem. All with the etched Lalique/France mark to the base. 8 1/8" H. 20th century. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: One flute having a fleabite chip to rim edg, remaining flutes very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,280.00
610 Lot 610: 2 John Held Cowboy Cartoons 2 John Held Cowboy Cartoons Lot 610: 2 John Held Cowboy Cartoons

Two (2) John Held, Jr. (American, 1889-1958) Cowboy related original cartoon illustrations, ink, graphite and red and black watercolor, titled "Branding Iron" and "Dude Ranch". Each with illegible inscriptions from Held upper left. Housed in later frames. Sight – 12 5/8" H x 10 5/8" W. Framed – 13 1/2" H x 11 1/2" W. Early 20th century. Biography: John Held, Jr.'s cartoons were said to epitomize the spirit of the 1920s "Jazz Age". He was best known for his cartoons of the flapper Betty Co-ed, and her friend, Joe College. He got a job as a cartoonist for The Salt Lake Tribune as a teenager, and eventually went to New York, where he designed commercial posters. His work appeared in magazines such as Judge, Life, and Collier's, as well as in The New Yorker. He also wrote a syndicated cartoon strip, Merely Margy, for the Hearst newspapers. Cowboys and Western themes were among his favorite subjects, along with flappers and Art Deco themed scenes. Provenance: Estate of Celia (Cece) Webb, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: One does not fit well in frame. Both with light toning, not examined out of frames. Some dampstaining to lower right corner of "Branding Iron". [See more photos →]

$1,280.00
749 Lot 749: Cormac McCarthy, Blood Meridian, 1st Ed., 1985 Cormac McCarthy, Blood Meridian, 1st Ed., 1985 Lot 749: Cormac McCarthy, Blood Meridian, 1st Ed., 1985

BLOOD MERIDIAN or THE EVENING REDNESS IN THE WEST, First Edition, by Cormac McCarthy, 1985. Published by Random House, New York. Octavo, 337 pages including epilogue, stated first edition with publication line 24689753, hard bound in quarter red cloth over red paper boards with gilt lettering to spine, includes original pictorial dust jacket with $17.95 price on flap. 8 5/8" H x 6" W x 1 1/2" D. CONDITION: Dust jacket with light toning, shelf wear to corners, scratches, largest 2 1/2", to front cover. Pages in overall very good condition. Light toning, retail pencil mark to front end paper and inside of front cover. [See more photos →]

$1,280.00
68 Lot 68: Silver Plated Reliquary or Money Box Silver Plated Reliquary or Money Box Lot 68: Silver Plated Reliquary or Money Box

Gothic style silver plated reliquary or ecclesiastical alms box, modeled as a church or other architectural structure with pitched roof adorned with pierced quatrefoil band and finials at top and spread-winged eagle pattern "shingles"; the sides feature charity-themed vignettes of figures warming themselves by the fire, men thanking a woman mending clothes, a baptism scene, and a scene of one man stopping another from taking a weeping woman's basket. Images of saints and bail handles at each end. Figural snail form feet. Lined with purple flocked velvet. Marked on underside with AFC in hexagonal motif. 9 1/2" H x 9" W x 5"D. Continental, mid 19th century, possibly Russian. Provenance: the estate of Martha Dodge, Hendersonville, TN; by descent from her uncle, Dr. Edward Dunlap. Note: Dunlap was chief of the ophthalmology division of Cornell Medical Center in New York. He was a noted gem and mineral collector who bequeathed his mineral collection to Case Western Reserve University upon his death in 2004. CONDITION: Minor wear, overall very good condition. Finials slightly bent. [See more photos →]

$1,216.00
59 Lot 59: Equestrian Themed Silver Trophy Cup Equestrian Themed Silver Trophy Cup Lot 59: Equestrian Themed Silver Trophy Cup

Equestrian themed silver trophy or presentation cup, modeled as an oversized goblet with figural horseshoe and crossed polo mallets, fronted by the bust of a horse and a fox, raised atop a ten-sided base. Austro-Hungarian fineness marks for .800 or better, 1872-1922, and maker's marks KRT, with indistinct assay marks. No presentation inscription or signs of inscription removal. 14 1/4" H. 31.540 troy ounces. CONDITION: Several tiny pinprick dents or light pitting to bowl of goblet; possible repair at base of bowl where it joins the stem. [See more photos →]

$1,216.00
671 Lot 671: 2 Vintage 14K Lady's Watches 2 Vintage 14K Lady's Watches Lot 671: 2 Vintage 14K Lady's Watches

Two (2) vintage 14K lady's wrist watches. 1st item: 14K yellow gold and diamond Retro style bracelet wrist watch by Michele with rectangular face with scroll frame, 6 round diamonds in rolled step-down mounting at bracelet top. Bracelet and back of case marked 14K. 6 1/4" L with safety chain. 34.7 grams complete. Not working at time of inspection. 2nd item: 14K white gold Art Deco wrist watch with white metal and black enamel face, band marked 14K Succo, 6 1/4" L plus safety chain, 19.1 grams. Not working at time of inspection. CONDITION: Neither watch in working condition at time of inspection. Bracelets in good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,216.00
747 Lot 747: 3 Split Fore-Edge Painted Books, incl. Southgate, Duke of Beaufort 3 Split Fore-Edge Painted Books, incl. Southgate, Duke of Beaufort Lot 747: 3 Split Fore-Edge Painted Books, incl. Southgate, Duke of Beaufort

Three (3) Split Fore-Edge Painted Books, including Henry Southgate, Duke of Beaufort. 1st-2nd items: Many Thoughts of Many Minds, one (1) First Series, Thirty-Sixth Edition, and one (1) Second Series, Tenth Edition, complied and analytically arranged by Henry Southgate, circa 1890. Published by Charles Griffin and Company, London. Octavos, approximately 681 gilt edges pages with four (4) watercolor split double fore-edge paintings, two (2) to each book, titled, First Series: "Covert to Covert" and "A Sure Find", Second Series: "Gone Away" and "Run to Earth", rebound in tooled red pebbled leather with gilt lettering to spine and four raised hubs, marbled end papers. 8 1/4" H x 6 1/8" W x 2 1/8" D. 3rd item: Hunting, Seventh Edition, Revised, edited by His Grace the Duke of Beaufort, K.G., and Mowbray Morris, 1894. Published by Longmans, Green, and Company, London. Octavo, 385 gilt edges pages with two (2) watercolor split double fore-edge paintings depicting English hunting scenes, with lithographed frontispiece, plates, and illustrations, rebound in tooled red pebbled leather with gilt lettering to spine and five raised hubs. Ink inscription dated August 1894, to front end paper. 7 3/4" H x 5 3/4" W x 1 1/2" D. Note: All books in this lot are included on a receipt from Hourglass Antiques, Nashville, TN, dated September 10, 1986, available to the winning bidder. CONDITION: 1st-2nd items: Fore-edge paintings in overall excellent condition. Pages in overall good condition with light toning, foxing spots. Rebound boards in overall good condition. Retail pencil inscriptions, to front end papers. 3rd item: Fore-edge paintings in overall excellent condition. Pages in overall good condition with light toning, foxing spots. Rebound boards in overall good condition. Ink inscription dated August 1894 and retail pencil inscriptions, to front end papers. [See more photos →]

$1,216.00
788 Lot 788: Remington Rolling Block Single Shot Rifle, .42 cal Remington Rolling Block Single Shot Rifle, .42 cal Lot 788: Remington Rolling Block Single Shot Rifle, .42 cal

Remington Rolling Block Single Shot Rifle, .42 caliber cartridge, serial number 8626, all visible serial numbers matching. Left side of lock plate marked "PATENTS May 3 1864 May 7 June 11 Nov 12 Dec 24 Dec 3 1872 Sept 9 1873", top of barrel marked "…N Y" obscured by additional rear sight, underside of barrel marked "40 TO". Walnut stocks, octagonal barrel, iron mounted, checkered hammers, standard sights plus additional rear sight. Barrel length – 30". Overall length – 45". Late 19th century. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Action is excellent. Bore will clean to very good. Stock is good with some storage dings. Metal smooth with dark patina. Very small areas of scattered light pitting. [See more photos →]

$1,216.00
854 Lot 854: Assembled Group 31 Napkin Rings, most Sterling Assembled Group 31 Napkin Rings, most Sterling Lot 854: Assembled Group 31 Napkin Rings, most Sterling

Collection of 31 napkin rings of various designs from several makers and countries of origin. Group includes 11 British sterling: 5.745 oz troy; 7 American sterling: 3.510 oz troy; 2 Egyptian silver: 1.55 oz troy; and 2 Turkish silver: 1.385 oz troy. Also in the collection are 1 marked EPNS and 8 unmarked silverplated napkin rings. Collection includes set of 6 Webster rectangular sterling napkin rings and approximately 8 sets of pairs. 1/2" to 1 5/8" H. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: All in very good condition. Approx. one-third with monograms. [See more photos →]

$1,216.00
175 Lot 175: 2 Tiffany Gold Enamel Bangles 2 Tiffany Gold Enamel Bangles Lot 175: 2 Tiffany Gold Enamel Bangles

Two (2) Tiffany & Co. enamel bangle bracelets. 1st item: Yellow enameled 18K yellow gold Tiffany & Co. 6 mm wide round slip-on bangle bracelet, 7 1/2" interior circumference. 23.4 grams. 2nd item: Green and blue enameled 14K yellow gold Tiffany & Co. 4 mm round slip-on bangle bracelet, 7 1/2" interior circumference. 15.7 grams. Both bangles with gold mark and maker's mark on interior. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Scattered losses to enamel. [See more photos →]

$1,200.00
164 Lot 164: 3 Southwest VA Pottery Items, 2 poss. Vestal, Exhibited 3 Southwest VA Pottery Items, 2 poss. Vestal, Exhibited Lot 164: 3 Southwest VA Pottery Items, 2 poss. Vestal, Exhibited

Group of three (3) Southwest Virginia, Washington County, stoneware pottery pieces including a pitcher and jug attributed to the potter, Jesse Vestal (born 1828 North Carolina-died 1904 Virginia). 1st item: Salt-glazed stoneware pitcher, unsigned but attributed to Jesse/Jessee Vestal. 9 1/2" H. Last Qtr. 19th century. Note: Exhibited in the "Legacy in Clay: Pottery of Washington County, Virginia" 2005 exhibit, William King Regional Arts Center, Abingdon, VA. It was also illustrated in the "Legacy in Clay" museum exhibit catalog. 2nd item: Small salt-glazed stoneware jug, unsigned but attributed to Jesse/Jessee Vestal. 7 1/4" H. Last Qtr. 19th century. Note: Exhibited in the "Legacy in Clay: Pottery of Washington County, Virginia" 2005 exhibit, William King Regional Arts Center, Abingdon, VA. It was also illustrated in the "Legacy in Clay" museum exhibit catalog. 3rd item: Salt-glazed stoneware inkwell, possibly Washington County, Virginia. 2 1/2" H. Last Qtr. 19th century. Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. CONDITION: 1st item: Chip to rim of pitcher, above top handle terminus. 2nd & 3rd items: Overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,200.00
45 Lot 45: 18K Italian Ruby Bracelet 18K Italian Ruby Bracelet Lot 45: 18K Italian Ruby Bracelet

Italian 18K yellow gold satin finish link bracelet consisting of five strands, three center braided strands with 10 prong-set faceted .10 ct. rubies (1 ct approx. total). Marked on clasp: 750 UnoAErre. 7 7/8" L x 3/4" W, 35.4 grams. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: Overall good condition. Two small (1/16" W) scuffs one inch from clasp. [See more photos →]

$1,200.00
94 Lot 94: Washington Girard O/B "Spring Beeches" Washington Girard O/B "Spring Beeches" Lot 94: Washington Girard O/B "Spring Beeches"

Washington Girard (Tennessee, 1873-1931) oil on board landscape painting titled “Spring Beeches,” depicting a grove of beech trees with pink and light green foliage along a still stream. Signed “Washington Girard” lower right. Titled in pencil, en verso. Housed in a gilt and wood frame. Sight – 24″ H x 18 1/4″ W. Framed – 29 5/8″ H x 23 1/4″ W. Early 20th century. Biography: William Washington “Wash” Girard was born on Sycamore Creek in Cheatham County, Tenn. and after high school traveled to New York to study under marine painter Edward Moran. Following the death of his girlfriend, he returned to Nashville, where he continued painting and was a prolific writer. His paintings of beech trees, his favorite theme, were often small and painted on Sycamore Creek or Brown’s Creek in the Nashville area. (source: Weesner, “William Washington Girard”, Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Spring, 1986). CONDITION: Overall good condition with craquelure to lower quadrant. Painting has been cleaned. [See more photos →]

$1,200.00
435 Lot 435: 3 18K and 14K gold Jewelry Items 3 18K and 14K gold Jewelry Items Lot 435: 3 18K and 14K gold Jewelry Items

Three (3) 18K and 14K gold Jewelry Items. 1st item: 18K satin finish Retro hoop earrings with clip/post, 1" H x 1" D x 5/16" W. Marked 18K. Circa 1970. 20.5 grams. 2nd item: 14K yellow gold link bracelet for charms (no charms), 7-1/4" L with safety clasp. Marked HAZEL, 14K on clasp. 15.2 grams. 3rd item: 14K yellow gold Mary Poppins-type pin of blue enamel hat with orange umbrella and approx. .05 ct round diamond. Marked 14K MDH. 1-1/4" dia. 13.6 grams. CONDITION: All items in very good condition with minor wear to enamel on pin. [See more photos →]

$1,200.00
437 Lot 437: 2 Gemstone Bracelets 2 Gemstone Bracelets Lot 437: 2 Gemstone Bracelets

Two (2) Gemstone Bracelets, including pearl. 1st item: One (1) triple-strand cultured pearl bracelet with three connector bars holding two round brilliant cut diamonds in each and a 14K pale yellow gold box clasp holding twelve square cut or cushion cut diamonds. The 18 diamonds weigh an estimated 1.40 cts total, approximately VS1-SI1 clarity and H-I color. White cultured pearls measure approx. 6 x 6.5 mm. 7-1/2" L with safety clasp. 33.4 grams. 2nd item: One (1) 14K yellow gold rope trimmed oval bangle bracelet holding seventeen round faceted blue natural sapphires. 6-3/8" interior. Push lever clasp with safety clasp and chain. 13.8 grams. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Both bracelets in excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$1,200.00
519 Lot 519: 2 Joseph Delaney Sketchbooks 2 Joseph Delaney Sketchbooks Lot 519: 2 Joseph Delaney Sketchbooks

Two (2) Joseph Delaney (Tennessee/New York, 1904-1991) sketchbooks. 1st item: Sketchbook containing fifteen crayon on paper and ink on paper drawings, primarily depicting female nudes and portraits, with two outdoor landscapes depicting Central Park, and one seascape. Also includes two poems/writings and one phone number on a piece of paper. Covers of sketchbook with phone numbers and other information. 10 1/8″ H x 8 5/8″ W x 1″ D. 2nd item: Sketchbook containing six crayon on paper drawings depicting female nudes. Also includes three photocopies of a street scene with a poem by Joseph Delaney titled “Sitting in the Sun”. 12 3/8″ H x 9 1/8″ W x 1/2″ D. American, mid 20th century. Provenance: The Estate of Ougust Delaney, Knoxville, TN. Biography (courtesy of Frederick C. Moffatt): Joseph Delaney was born in Knoxville in 1904. He and his older brother, Beauford, discovered their interest in art by drawing on Sunday School cards. In 1930, Joseph left Tennessee for New York where Beauford was also working as an artist, and enrolled in the Art Students League under the tutelage of Thomas Hart Benton and Alexander Brooke. The subject matter he found there, including the city’s landmarks and its people, are the images for which he is best known. In 1986, Delaney returned to Knoxville to live and was artist-in-residence for the University of Tennessee Art Department until his death in 1991. Delaney’s works are included in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Chicago Art Institute, The Knoxville Museum of Art, and The Smithsonian American Art Museum. CONDITION: Overall good condition with light wear to covers. Areas of toning to some pages. Some smudging to crayon drawings. [See more photos →]

$1,200.00
745 Lot 745: 5 Single Fore-Edge Painted Literary Books, Shakespeare, Tennyson, Milton 5 Single Fore-Edge Painted Literary Books, Shakespeare, Tennyson, Milton Lot 745: 5 Single Fore-Edge Painted Literary Books, Shakespeare, Tennyson, Milton

Five (5) Single Fore-Edge Painted Literary Books, Shakespeare, Rogers, Tennyson, Sir Walter Scott, Milton. 1st item: The Plays of William Shakespeare, Accurately Printed From the Text of the Corrected Copies, Left by the Late George Stevens, Esq. and Edmund Malone, Esq., with Glossary, 1826. Printed for Hurst, Robinson, and Company, London, and Archibald Constable, and Company, Edinburgh, by J. and R. Childs, Bungay. 16mo, 791 gilt edged pages with a watercolor single fore-edge painting of Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare's birthplace, title page with steel engraved vignette, rebound in tooled red leather with gilt borders and gilt lettering to spine with four raised hubs. Ink inscription dated June 25, 1829, inside of front cover. 6 3/4" H x 4 3/8" W x 1 1/2" D. 2nd item: Italy, A Poem by Samuel Rogers, 1830. Printed for T. Cadell, Jennings and Chaplin, and E. Moxon, London, by Thomas Davidson, London. Octavo, 284 gilt edges pages with a watercolor single fore-edge painting of Rome, rebound in tooled dark red Morocco leather with gilt decorations to covers and gilt lettering to spine, green end papers. Ex libris bookplate, inside of front cover, ink inscriptions, front end paper and title page. 8 1/4" H x 5 3/4" W x 1 1/2" D. 3rd item: Poems. By Alfred Tennyson. In Two Volumes, Vol. I, Fourth Edition, 1846. Published by Edward Moxon, London. 16mo, 235 gilt edges pages with a watercolor single fore-edge painting of St. Paul's Cathedral in London, rebound in tooled brown Morocco leather with gilt decorations to covers and gilt lettering to spine, five raised hubs. Ex libris bookplate, inside of front cover, ink inscription dated May 1848, front end paper. 6 7/8" H x 4 1/2" W x 1 3/8" D. 4th item: The Lord of the Isles by Sir Walter Scott, Bart., illustrated by Birket Foster and John Gilbert, 1857. Published by Adam and Charles Black, London. Octavo, 367 gilt edges pages with a watercolor single fore-edge painting of a view of Edinburgh from the Firth of Forth, engraved frontispiece with tissue paper guard, title page, and numerous illustrations, rebound in pebbled red leather with blind stamps to covers and gilt lettering to spine, five raised hubs. Ink inscription dated November 4, 1863, front end paper. 8 3/8" H x 5 3/4" W x 1 5/8" D. 5th item: The Complete Poetical Works of John Milton. With Life, circa 1870. Published by Gall & Inglis, Edinburgh. 16mo, 491 gilt edges pages with a watercolor single fore-edge painting of St. Paul's Cathedral in London, viewed from the terrace of Somerset House, steel engraved frontispiece with tissue paper guard, half title page, and six (6) plates, rebound in tooled green Morocco leather with gilt decorations to covers and gilt lettering to spine, five raised hubs, thin magenta ribbon bookmark. 6 3/4" H x 4 1/2" W x 1 3/8" D. Early/late 19th century. Note: All books in this lot are included on letters and a receipts from Charles Sessler, Inc., Philadelphia, PA, circa 1983-1984, available to the winning bidder. CONDITION: 1st item: Fore-edge painting in overall excellent condition. Pages in overall good condition with light toning, foxing spots, areas of dampstaining. Rebound boards in overall good condition with hinge wear, corners bumped. Ink inscription dated June 25, 1829, to inside of front cover, retail pencil inscriptions, to front and back end papers. Title page with steel engraved vignette appears to be from another book. 2nd item: Fore-edge painting in overall excellent condition. Pages in overall good condition with toning, foxing spots, areas of dampstaining. Rebound boards in overall good condition, corners bumped. Ex libris bookplate, inside of front cover, ink inscriptions, front end paper and title page, retail pencil inscriptions, front end paper. 3rd item: Fore-edge painting in overall excellent condition. Pages in overall good condition with toning, foxing spots, 7/8 area of loss, front end paper. Rebound boards in overall good condition with hinge wear, corners bumped. Ex libris bookplate, inside of front cover, ink inscription dated May 1848, front end paper. 4th item: Fore-edge painting in overall excellent condition. Pages in overall good condition with toning, foxing spots. Rebound boards in overall good condition, corners bumped. Ink inscription dated November 4, 1863 and retail pencil inscriptions, front end paper. 5th item: Fore-edge painting in overall excellent condition. Pages in overall good condition with toning. Rebound boards in overall good condition, corners bumped. Retail pencil inscriptions, front end paper, ink inscriptions on title page and page 3. [See more photos →]

$1,200.00
222 Lot 222: 12 Signed Moser "Bird" Goblets 12 Signed Moser "Bird" Goblets Lot 222: 12 Signed Moser "Bird" Goblets

Set of twelve (12) etched and cut Moser "Birds of the Wild" champagne or martini glasses depicting flying birds in a forest setting. Set consists of six colors including orange, deep green, light green, pink, cobalt and violet, two glasses of each color. All signed Moser on the base. 5 1/8" H. 20th century. CONDITION: All excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$1,152.00
315 Lot 315: Colt Model 1851 Navy Revolver, .36 Caliber Colt Model 1851 Navy Revolver, .36 Caliber Lot 315: Colt Model 1851 Navy Revolver, .36 Caliber

Colt Model 1851 Navy revolver, .36 caliber, serial number 20789, all visible serial numbers matching. Barrel marked "Address Saml Colt New York City", frame under cylinder marked "Colts Patent". Walnut stocks, octagonal barrel, brass trigger guard and back strap, iron mounted, checkered hammer, standard front sight, loading lever. Barrel length – 7 1/2". Overall length – 13 1/2". Serial number corresponds to year 1853. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Action functional. Wedge could be replacement. Dark patina. Stocks with 15% varnish. [See more photos →]

$1,152.00
385 Lot 385: George III Chinoiserie Low Table with Grasshopper George III Chinoiserie Low Table with Grasshopper Lot 385: George III Chinoiserie Low Table with Grasshopper

George III green painted and parcel-gilt Chinoiserie low table, polychrome and gilt decoration of a grasshopper in a landscape, carved gilt shell knees and curved legs terminating in gilt decorated pad feet. 13 3/4" H x 19 5/8" W x 14 1/2" D. English, 2nd half 18th century. Provenance: Nashville collection; Freeman's May 19, 2015 auction, lot 23. CONDITION: Some light cracklure and age cracks to top, minor scattered rubbing and losses to paint decoration. [See more photos →]

$1,152.00
440 Lot 440: 18K Enamel Necklace and Ring 18K Enamel Necklace and Ring Lot 440: 18K Enamel Necklace and Ring

18K Enamel Necklace and Ring, 2 items total. 1st item: Blue enameled 18K yellow gold rolo twisted link necklace, 36 inches long, marked Fabor 18K on clasp. 22 grams. 2nd item: 18K yellow gold blue enameled braided design ring, marked 18K, ring size 6-1/4. 3.8 grams. 25.8 grams total/2 items. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: One blue enamel link with some losses. Otherwise both items in very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,152.00
480 Lot 480: 19 Pcs. Export Porcelain, mostly Fitzhugh 19 Pcs. Export Porcelain, mostly Fitzhugh Lot 480: 19 Pcs. Export Porcelain, mostly Fitzhugh

Nineteen (19) pieces Chinese Export porcelain, including orange, green, and blue Fitzhugh pattern and one Famille Rose platter. Includes three (3) dinner plates and two (2) saucers in the orange "Fitzhugh" pattern; two (2) dinner plates and one (1) luncheon plate in the green "Fitzhugh" pattern; five (5) dinner plates, two (2) luncheon plates, two (2) saucers, and one (1) bowl in the blue "Fitzhugh" pattern, 18 pieces, ranging in size from 6" dia. to 9 1/2" dia., late 18th to early 19th century. Lot also includes one (1) oblong Chinese export porcelain platter having a shaped pink and gilt rim with fret design border, pink rose decoration to the center and an orange peel glaze, 11 1/4" H x 14 1/2" W, mid 18th century. CONDITION: Blue bowl with old repaired breaks, minute fleabites to green plates and saucers, remaining pieces overall general wear, good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,152.00
601 Lot 601: Large San Ildefonso Pottery Jar, Blue Corn Large San Ildefonso Pottery Jar, Blue Corn Lot 601: Large San Ildefonso Pottery Jar, Blue Corn

Large Native American San Ildefonso black on black pottery jar by Crucita Gonzales Calabaza (1921-1999) with stylized feather and geometric designs to the body. Signed on the base "Blue Corn/San Ildefonso Pueblo". 8 1/4" H x 8" dia. 20th century. Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. CONDITION: Overall very good condition, minor scattered abrasions to the body. [See more photos →]

$1,152.00
806 Lot 806: 403 Silver Washington Quarters, Loose & Unrolled 403 Silver Washington Quarters, Loose & Unrolled Lot 806: 403 Silver Washington Quarters, Loose & Unrolled

Four hundred and three (403) Silver Washington Quarters, loose and rolled. 1st-123rd items: One hundred and twenty-three (123) Washington Quarters, loose, including three (3) 1934, nine (9) 1935, five (5) 1936, five (5) 1937, one (1) 1938, four (4) 1939, three (3) 1940, seven (7) 1941, four (4) 1942, six (6) 1943, five (5) 1944, ten (10) 1945, three (3) 1946, one (1) 1947, four (4) 1948, one (1) 1950, five (5) 1951, four (4) 1952, six (6) 1953, three (3) 1954, four (4) 1956, four (4) 1957, four (4) 1958, three (3) 1959, one (1) 1960, six (6) 1961, six (6) 1962, one (1) 1963, four (4) 1963, and one (1) illegible/mistrike. 24.12 total troy ounces. 124th-163rd items: Roll of Forty-Three (43) Washington Quarters, including three (3) 1934, one (1) 1935, six (6) 1936, two (2) 1937, one (1) 1939, three (3) 1939, three (3) 1940, one (1) 1941, five (5) 1942, one (1) 1943, two (2) 1944, one (1) 1945, one (1) 1946, four (4) 1952, one (1) 1962, and eight (8) 1964. Approximately 8.43 total troy ounces. 164th-203rd items: Roll of Forty (40) Washington Quarters, including one (1) 1935, three (3) 1940, two (2) 1942, three (3) 1943, one (1) 1944, one (1) 1945, two (2) 1946, one (1) 1948, one (1) 1950, two (2) 1952, two (2) 1953, one (1) 1954, one (1) 1956, one (1) 1958, one (1) 1959, one (1) 1960, two (2) 1962, three (3) 1963, and eleven (11) 1964. Approximately 7.83 total troy ounces. 202nd-243rd items: Roll of Forty (40) Washington Quarters, including one (1) 1940, ten (10) 1941, two (2) 1942, one (1) 1943, three (3) 1944, one (1) 1948, one (1) 1950, one (1) 1952, one (1) 1960, three (3) 1962, four (4) 1963, and twelve (12) 1964. Approximately 7.83 total troy ounces. 244th-283rd items: Roll of Forty (40) Washington Quarters, including ten (10) 1942, five (5) 1943, six (6) 1944, four (4) 1945, six (6) 1946, two (2) 1948, two (2) 1949, two (2) 1950, and three (3) 1951. Approximately 7.83 total troy ounces. 284th-323rd items: Roll of Forty (40) Washington Quarters, including two (2) 1960, four (4) 1961, six (6) 1962, five (5) 1963, and twenty-three (23) 1964. Approximately 7.83 total troy ounces. 324th-403rd items: Two (2) Rolls containing approximately eighty (80) Washington Quarters, approximately 40 quarters each, approximately 15.66 total troy ounces. 79.53 total troy ounces for all coins. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: 1st-123rd items: Circulated condition. 124th-323rd items: Dates are recorded according to information on wrappers, coins have not been examined outside of wrappers for date or condition. 324th-403rd items: Coins have not been examined outside of wrappers for date or condition. [See more photos →]

$1,152.00
106 Lot 106: Werner Wildner Painting, Bird and Egg Werner Wildner Painting, Bird and Egg Lot 106: Werner Wildner Painting, Bird and Egg

Werner Wildner (Nashville, Tennessee, 1925-2004) tempera on panel painting of a long legged shorebird with long beak standing atop a crumpled paper hat with egg, red string, and bone. Signed with monogram W lower right. Housed in an oak frame with beige linen liner and metallic rabbet edge. 9 1/2″ x 7 1/2″ sight, 14″ x 12″ framed. Provenance: a Nashville, Tennessee estate. CONDITION: Painting excellent condition. Some light small stains to mat. [See more photos →]

$1,140.00
143 Lot 143: Signed & Dated East Tennessee One Drawer Stand Signed & Dated East Tennessee One Drawer Stand Lot 143: Signed & Dated East Tennessee One Drawer Stand

Signed and dated East Tennnessee, Sullivan County, tiger maple and cherry one drawer stand, poplar and chestnut secondary. Comprised of an overhanging top above one dovetailed drawer, lambs tongue treatment at ends of stiles, and tall tapered rounded legs with cuffs at mid-sections. Incised name and date on the top edge of the drawer reading, "S J Akard/May 18, 1866". 26 1/2" H x 22 1/4" W x 21" D. Sullivan Co., TN, 3rd quarter of the 19th century. CONDITION: Older refinish. Top re-pegged with traces of red putty. General surface wear. [See more photos →]

$1,140.00
252 Lot 252: State of Franklin, TN 1827 Map, book, 2 items State of Franklin, TN 1827 Map, book, 2 items Lot 252: State of Franklin, TN 1827 Map, book, 2 items

Two (2) State of Franklin, Tennessee related items, including 1827 Benjamin Smith map and Samuel Cole Williams book. 1st item: Map titled "The United States of America Confirmed by Treaty 1783", engraved by Benjamin Smith, published by Hamilton, Adams, and Company, London, 1827. Copper plate engraving with hand coloring depicting the boundaries of United States of America and territories after the signing of the Treaty of Paris, with states including the State of Franklin, the Western territory, Louisiana territory, New Iberia, towns, roads, county lines, bodies of water, rivers including the Mississippi River, mountains, the locations of Native American tribes, and anomalies including the misplacement of Indiana. Title and table with information about the foundation of the earliest colonies, lower right. "Longitude West from Greenwich" centered below map. Surrounded by scale notations and a double line border. Encapsulated (not laminated) under glass in a plastic archival sleeve and matted in a gilt wood frame. Image – 9 3/4" H x 11 1/4" W. Sight – 10 1/4" H x 12 1/4" W. Framed – 18 1/2" H x 19 3/4" W. Early 19th century. 2nd item: Book titled, "History of the Lost State of Franklin" by Samuel Cole Williams, 1970. Originally published by The Watauga Press, Johnson City, limited edition reprinted by Tenase Company, Knoxville. Octavo, 371 pages with lithograph frontispiece portrait of John Sevier, hardbound in blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Ex libris book plate, front end paper. 9 1/2" H x 6 5/8" W x 1 5/8" D. Early 20th century. Note: The State of Franklin was an unrecognized and autonomous territory located in what is today upper Eastern Tennessee. It was founded in 1784 with the intent of becoming the 14th state and its leaders included Arthur Campbell and John Sevier, who was elected Governor. Franklin's first capital was Jonesborough, later Greeneville. It was never admitted into the union, and existed for only about four and a half years, after which North Carolina re-assumed full control of the area. For further reading, see https://tennesseeencyclopedia.net/entries/state-of-franklin/ . CONDITION: 1st item: Overall very good condition. Not examined outside of frame. 2nd item: Overall good condition with few scuffs to covers, corners slightly bumped. Pages in overall good condition with light toning, few pencil inscriptions. [See more photos →]

$1,140.00
596 Lot 596: 2 Cherokee Rivercane Baskets 2 Cherokee Rivercane Baskets Lot 596: 2 Cherokee Rivercane Baskets

Lot of two (2) Cherokee rivercane baskets including one rectangular form with bloodroot and walnut dyed weavers and fixed handle (11" H x 11 1/4" W x 8 3/4" D) and a square form with butternut and walnut dyed weavers and fixed handle (13 1/2" H x 11 1/4" W x 9 1/2" D), both baskets with geometric designs, 1st half 20th century. Provenance: Nancy Walton Collection, Gatlinburg, TN. CONDITION: 1st basket with some staining to the interior, both overall very good condition with no breaks or losses. [See more photos →]

$1,140.00
4 Lot 4: 6 Snuff Bottles, Jade and Porcelain 6 Snuff Bottles, Jade and Porcelain Lot 4: 6 Snuff Bottles, Jade and Porcelain

Group of six (6) snuff bottles, including one (1) spinach jade with flattened, waisted body and etched landscape design, and five (5) famille rose hand painted porcelain bottles. One (1) square with prunus design, signed on bottom (couple of small edge chips, top detached from stopper); one (1) cylindrical with scene of teacher and young boys, signed on bottom; one (1) cylindrical with flowering peony bush, signed on bottom (top detached from stopper); one (1) flattened ovoid with scene of young men around a drum, table and fish bowl, and one (1) ovoid with iron red dragon decoration. Most have glass tops resembling red coral. 2 1/2" to 3 1/4" H. Chinese, late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: the estate of Martha Dodge, Hendersonville, TN; the estate of Marvin Dodge (brother to Mrs. Dodge's late husband, Robert), Palm Beach, Florida; the estate of Clarence Mack, Palm Beach, Florida. Marvin Dodge was the caretaker/companion of noted American architect Clarence Mack, and inherited several antiques (now in this auction) from him. Biography: Clarence Mack, known for designing Georgian Revival homes in Ohio's prestigious Shaker Heights and Lakewood areas, and later in Palm Beach, was born in 1888 and grew up on Cleveland's west side and in Lakewood. Mack's houses were all apparently built for speculation; he is said to have bought the property, designed each house and acted as contractor, furnished the houses with antiques purchased from his European travels, and lived in many of them before selling them. His business slowed with the advent of the Stock Market crash of 1929. He spent 5 years traveling around the world before settling in Palm Beach, Florida in 1935. He continued to design and build there until his retirement in 1962, his name becoming synonymous with the "Palm Beach Regency Style." Never married, Mack died in Palm Beach in 1982. (sources: The Lakewood Historical Society and the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History, Case Western Reserve University.) CONDITION: Small cardboard disk glued to base of dragon bottle and tiny chip to base of dragon bottle. 2 lid caps detached. Porcelain bottle lids are worn with some small chipping. Stopper is broken off at top and stuck in the peony bottle. General light wear to bottles. [See more photos →]

$1,088.00
313 Lot 313: Civil War era Colt Model 1851 Navy Revolver, .36 Caliber Civil War era Colt Model 1851 Navy Revolver, .36 Caliber Lot 313: Civil War era Colt Model 1851 Navy Revolver, .36 Caliber

Civil War era Colt Model 1851 Navy revolver, .36 caliber, serial number 150317, all visible serial numbers matching. Barrel marked "Address Col. Sam Colt New York U.S. America", frame under cylinder marked "Colts Patent". Walnut stocks, octagonal barrel, brass trigger guard and back strap, iron mounted, checkered hammer, loading lever, standard front sight. Barrel length – 7 1/2". Overall length – 13 1/2". Serial number corresponds to year 1863. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Action is inoperable. Wedge replacement is likely handmade. Hammer screw replaced. No finish on stocks. Even dark patina overall. [See more photos →]

$1,088.00
446 Lot 446: Seaman Schepps Gold Shell Gemstone Earrings Seaman Schepps Gold Shell Gemstone Earrings Lot 446: Seaman Schepps Gold Shell Gemstone Earrings

Pair of Seaman Schepps 14K yellow gold shell gemstone earrings with cabochon lapis ends and gold wire wrap. Clip back for non-pierced ears. Maker's mark and 14K on back. 1" H x 7/8" W. 18 grams/pair. CONDITION: Very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,088.00
593 Lot 593: 3 Northwest Native American Baskets 3 Northwest Native American Baskets Lot 593: 3 Northwest Native American Baskets

Three (3) Northwest Native American Baskets. 1st item: Hupa finely twined conical form basket, spruce root with bear grass having a black stepped geometric zig zag design to the body. 6 3/4" H. 2nd item: Hupa twined round bowl form basket with cream colored geometric blade design to the body. 5 3/4" H x 9" dia. 3rd item: Hupa or Yurok twined round bowl form basket, spruce root with bear grass having black and brown geometric Big Flint design to the body. 6" H x 8 1/2" dia. All baskets Northern California, 20th century. Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. CONDITION: All baskets overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,088.00
623 Lot 623: Ernest B. Smith O/B Western Landscape "Silence" Ernest B. Smith O/B Western Landscape "Silence" Lot 623: Ernest B. Smith O/B Western Landscape "Silence"

Ernest Beach Smith (Arizona/Florida/Michigan, 1893-1975) oil on board Southwestern landscape painting titled "Silence," depicting pueblo ruins, with the profile of a man visible in a red sandstone rock face; desert flora extending onto the frame. Signed and dated "Ernest Beach Smith 1963" lower right. Ink inscription reading "Homes of The Redman in Red Cliffs of Sedona/"Where to and Why?"/Ruins visited by The Artist/Feb. 19, 1963/previous callers/Billy The Kid/Bob Hope/Roy Rogers/Ernest Beach Smith/The Artist/Jerome, Arizona/(Born in Michigan 1893)". Two black stamps with Artist's name and address "P.O. Box 865 Jerome, Ariz", en verso of board and frame. Wooden placard with title of painting, affixed lower center of frame. Housed in a painted wooden frame with projecting corners. Sight – 26 1/4" H x 19 1/4" W. Framed – 22" H x 28 1/2" W. American, mid 20th century. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. Areas of loss, largest 1 1/8", to frame. [See more photos →]

$1,088.00
674 Lot 674: Corum 18K and Gubelin 18K watches Corum 18K and Gubelin 18K watches Lot 674: Corum 18K and Gubelin 18K watches

Two (2) 18K Swiss automatic watches. 1st item: Ladies 18K yellow gold Gubelin Certina wrist watch with round face, gold dial and tapered woven bracelet strap, Marked CERTINA 750 on back of clasp, 6 1/2" L, 27.7 grams including works. Circa 1980. 2nd item: Corum Buckingham unisex 18K yellow gold French Hour Dial wrist watch with wine colored dial and wine leather Corum strap, 7/8" satin finish square face, 8" total length. 16.7 grams including works. Circa 1980. Three extra Corum straps included. Both watches include makers' watch boxes but no additional paperwork. Provenance: From the collection of a private estate, Knoxville, TN. CONDITION: Both watches in working condition at time of inspection. Both items in very good condition with minor wear. [See more photos →]

$1,088.00
763 Lot 763: 33 Early Political Pinback Buttons incl. T. Roosevelt & Others 33 Early Political Pinback Buttons incl. T. Roosevelt & Others Lot 763: 33 Early Political Pinback Buttons incl. T. Roosevelt & Others

Collection of thirty-three (33) early political pinback buttons, some presidential examples including Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, William McKinley, William Howard Taft, and others. Sizes range from 5/8" to 1 1/4" dia. Late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: Private East TN collection. CONDITION: Most pins are in good to excellent condition. Some have light scratching. Normal wear evident. [See more photos →]

$1,088.00
791 Lot 791: German Eisenhauer Imperial Naval Sword with Leather Scabbard German Eisenhauer Imperial Naval Sword with Leather Scabbard Lot 791: German Eisenhauer Imperial Naval Sword with Leather Scabbard

German Eisenhauer Imperial Naval Sword with leather scabbard. Elfenbein grip wrapped in triple brass wire, brass D guard combination basket hilt, the pommel in the shape of a lion's head with glass eyes, one red and one green, the guard with foliate and naval motifs. Damascus Maiden Hair pattern blade with traditional quill back design. The folding flap on the reverse of the hilt professionally engraved "Dr Willige", cross guard marked "GES./GESCH.", blade marked "Ercht Eisenhauer" in a banner. Includes black leather scabbard with brass mountings engraved with traditional Naval designs and two carrying rings. Blade length – 30 1/2". Overall length with scabbard – 36 3/4". Late 19th/early 20th century. CONDITION: Overall good condition with light pitting to blade. Areas of tarnish to brass in recessed areas of guard. Top brass mount to scabbard is loose. 2 1/2" x 1" fragment of a navy blue and off white linen shoulder strap attached to the top carrying ring. [See more photos →]

$1,088.00
357 Lot 357: English School Painting, "Wounded in Battle" English School Painting, "Wounded in Battle" Lot 357: English School Painting, "Wounded in Battle"

English School, 19th century oil on panel painting depicting a mounted soldier grasping at a wound in his chest, while being carried away from battle by his distressed horse. A chaotic scene of combat rages in the background. Unsigned. Housed in a molded giltwood frame. Sight – 10" H x 12" W. Framed – 18 1/2" H x 20 1/2" W. Provenance: Private Southern collection of Military Art. CONDITION: Minor chip/loss to lower left quadrant. Scattered small inclusions. Frame overpainted. [See more photos →]

$1,080.00
392 Lot 392: Pr. English Regency Tole Chestnut Urns Pr. English Regency Tole Chestnut Urns Lot 392: Pr. English Regency Tole Chestnut Urns

Pair of English Regency tole-painted chestnut urns with removable lids with urn finials, hand-painted decoration of black ground with yellow, cream, bronze and gilt floral spray decoration, lion head mask side handles with rope rings, oval stepped molded bases, 13 1/4" H x 7" W x 4" D overall. Circa 1820. Provenance: the estate of Martha Dodge, Hendersonville, TN; the estate of Marvin Dodge (brother to Mrs. Dodge's late husband, Robert), Palm Beach, Florida; the estate of Clarence Mack, Palm Beach, Florida. Marvin Dodge was the caretaker/companion of noted American architect Clarence Mack, and inherited several antiques (now in this auction) from him. A photograph showing these urns on the mantel of Mack's home in Palm Beach is included with lot 72. Biography: Clarence Mack, known for designing Georgian Revival homes in Ohio's prestigious Shaker Heights and Lakewood areas, and later in Palm Beach, was born in 1888 and grew up on Cleveland's west side and in Lakewood. Mack's houses were all apparently built for speculation; he is said to have bought the property, designed each house and acted as contractor, furnished the houses with antiques purchased from his European travels, and lived in many of them before selling them. His business slowed with the advent of the Stock Market crash of 1929. He spent 5 years traveling around the world before settling in Palm Beach, Florida in 1935. He continued to design and build there until his retirement in 1962, his name becoming synonymous with the "Palm Beach Regency Style." Never married, Mack died in Palm Beach in 1982. (sources: The Lakewood Historical Society and the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History, Case Western Reserve University.) CONDITION: Scattered losses to paint decoration, mostly to top of lids and on bases. Some wear to gilt on lion masks. [See more photos →]

$1,080.00
399 Lot 399: Kentucky Cherry Sheraton Bed Kentucky Cherry Sheraton Bed Lot 399: Kentucky Cherry Sheraton Bed

Late Sheraton – early Classical period bed, attributed to Kentucky, cherry with red wash; scalloped headboard and conforming footboard, both with molded scrolled ears; baluster and ring turned posts over octagonal plinths and ring turned, tapered feet. Old rails. 87" H (7'3") x 62" W x 80" L (posts 4", rails 72"). Interior dimensions – 56" x 74". Circa 1825. Provenance: the collection of Nathan Harsh, Gallatin, TN. CONDITION: Lacking finials or tester. Missing bolt hole covers. Scattered minor scuffs and abrasions, overall good condition. No mattress. [See more photos →]

$1,080.00
452 Lot 452: Old Master Sterling Flatware, 64 pieces Old Master Sterling Flatware, 64 pieces Lot 452: Old Master Sterling Flatware, 64 pieces

Towle Old Master pattern sterling silver flatware, 64 items total, service for eight plus more, including 8 dinner knives (8 3/4"), 8 forks (7 1/8"), 8 salad forks, 10 teaspoons, 6 round bowl soup spoons, 8 iced tea spoons, 4 butter spreaders, 2 sugar spoons, 2 demitasse spoons (4 1/8"), cocktail fork, short handle pickle/olive fork, solid shell casserole spoon, serving tablespoon, cold meat fork, gravy ladle and 2-piece carving set (10" knife). 59.56 weighable oz troy. Not monogrammed. 64 items total. CONDITION: Very good condition with minor surface wear. Not monogrammed. [See more photos →]

$1,080.00
457 Lot 457: Assorted Sterling Table Items; Flatware Assorted Sterling Table Items; Flatware Lot 457: Assorted Sterling Table Items; Flatware

Fifty-three (53) assorted sterling silver table items and flatware. 1st group: Assembled group of four (4) Gorham sterling table items including Chantilly pattern #745 round serving bowl (2" H x 10 1/2" dia.), Strasbourg pattern #1126 round serving bowl (2" H x 9 3/8" dia.) plus #1132/#1133 open sugar bowl and creamer set (2 3/4" H & 2 1/2" H). 28.295 total troy ounces/4. 2nd group: Assorted group of five (5) sterling silver table items including Reed & Barton Windsor pattern #957B round serving bowl, Manchester #897 creamer and sugar set with gilt interior, Watrous #997 round pierced footed serving tray, 8 1/4" dia., Baker-Manchester #0145 round serving bowl with decorative rim, 9" dia. 28.37 total oz troy/5. 3rd group: Assorted sterling silver flatware by various makers, 44 items total, including Durgin and Gorham Fairfax pattern casserole serving spoon, cold meat fork and 3-piece youth set, Alvin Maryland pattern, Gorham Versailles and Chantilly patterns, Reed & Barton Tara and Burgundy patterns, Frank Whiting (patterns unidentified), 1 salt spoon with Cupid handle, 1 Victorian English sterling teaspoon, 1 souvenir spoon for Masonic Temple, KS, 1 coin silver spoon (marks obscured) and 6 assorted butter spreaders, 6 dinner knives and 2 pastry servers, all with hollow handles. 2-3/8" to 10-1/8" L. 15.48 weighable oz troy plus 1 coin spoon (0.48 oz t.) 53 total items. 72.145 oz troy total. CONDITION: All pieces with overall general wear, bowls with light surface scratching to the interiors. Some items with monograms. [See more photos →]

$1,080.00
509 Lot 509: Olen Bryant, Ceramic Bowl with Angels Olen Bryant, Ceramic Bowl with Angels Lot 509: Olen Bryant, Ceramic Bowl with Angels

Olen Bryant (Tennessee, 1927-2017) light brown unglazed ceramic bowl containing four sculpted angel figures, with dark gray highlights and drip decorations. Signed and dated '77 on underside. 12" H x 15" diameter. A letter of authenticity and provenance from the artist's niece, who served as his studio assistant and personal representative for his estate, will accompany this lot. Provenance: The estate of Olen Bryant, Cottonwood/Clarksville, TN. Biography: Born in Cookville, TN, Bryant was a 1950 graduate of Murray State University and a 1954 graduate of the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield, Michigan with a Master's Degree in Fine Arts. He additionally studied at the Cleveland Institute of Art, the Institute in the Visual Arts in American Culture at the University of Delaware and the Winterthur Museum in 1967. Bryant was a professor at Austin Peay State University from 1964 to 1991. Bryant's artwork is widely collected around the United States and is a part of several museum collections, including the Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga, the Tennessee State Museum of Art and the Cheekwood Museum of Art in Nashville and his works have been displayed at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center and at the Governor's Mansion during the Phil Bredesen administration. He was a founding member of the Nashville Artist Guild and the Tennessee Association of Craft Artists (source: Nashville Fine Arts Magazine & The Leaf Chronicle). CONDITION: Excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$1,080.00
557 Lot 557: Bert Stern Marilyn Monroe Last Sitting Photograph, Kiss in Rhinestones Bert Stern Marilyn Monroe Last Sitting Photograph, Kiss in Rhinestones Lot 557: Bert Stern Marilyn Monroe Last Sitting Photograph, Kiss in Rhinestones

Bert Stern (American, 1929-2013) and Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) signed limited edition black and white pigment print, titled "Marilyn Kiss in Rhinestones," from the 1962 "Last Sitting" series, taken for Vogue Magazine in 1962, six weeks before the actress's fatal drug overdose. Depicts Monroe posing nude and blowing a kiss through rhinestones. Numbered 14/50 lower left and signed in red crayon; additionally signed, stamped and dated 2010 en verso by Stern. Includes Bert Stern certificate of authenticity. 13" H x 19" W. Provenance: Private Southern collection, acquired from model and artist Sarah Conca. (See related lots from the Vogue Last Sitting collection in this auction, lots 551-557). Background: "Bert Stern was an American photographer best known for his iconic portraits of Marilyn Monroe. With his photo shoot that took place in 1962 just weeks before the actressÕ death, Stern later compiled [the images] into the photobook "Marilyn Monroe: The Complete Last Sitting," first published in 1982. Born on October 3, 1929 in Brooklyn, NY, Stern taught himself how to take photographs as a youth. Over the course of his career, Stern changed the landscape of fashion and advertising photography by creating dynamic, stand-alone images that no longer existed simply to serve the text. He emerged alongside Richard Avedon, Mark Shaw and Irving Penn as a pioneer of this new, confrontational style." (source: Artnet). CONDITION: Unframed, excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$1,080.00
594 Lot 594: 2 Cherokee Rivercane Baskets 2 Cherokee Rivercane Baskets Lot 594: 2 Cherokee Rivercane Baskets

Two (2) Native American Cherokee rivercane baskets including one (1) wastebasket form and one (1) carrying basket with squared base and fixed handle, both woven in geometric patterns with alternating bands of dyed weavers. Wastebasket – 11 1/2" H x 10" W. Carrying basket – 14 1/2" H x 12 3/4" W x 10 5/8" D. Both 1st half 20th century. Provenance: Nancy Walton Collection, Gatlinburg, TN. CONDITION: Wastebasket overall good condition with no breaks, light grime. Carrying basket with minor losses to two corners, light grime. [See more photos →]

$1,080.00
632 Lot 632: 4 East TN Baskets, incl. Linda Whaley 4 East TN Baskets, incl. Linda Whaley Lot 632: 4 East TN Baskets, incl. Linda Whaley

Four (4) East Tennessee Baskets, including Linda Whaley. 1st item: Large split oak buttocks basket with fixed handle. 12 1/2" H x 16 3/4" W x 13" D. 2nd & 3rd items: Two (2) natural willow baskets, one (1) large oval market basket form (12 3/4" H x 16 1/4" W x 11 3/4" D) and one (1) smaller round form with traces of old paint (7 1/2" H x 6 3/4" W x 7" L). 4th item: Early Tennessee willow and willow bark basket by Linda Whaley (1840-1926), Sevier County, Tennessee. Original brown and red painted weaver with painted natural willow handle. 10" H x 10 3/4" W x 9" D. All items late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: Nancy Walton Collection, Gatlinburg, TN. Note: Lydia Whaley or "Aunt Liddy" (named by the people of Gatlinburg) was Pi Beta Phi Arrowcraft's first basket instructor. She was known for her baskets made from willow bark using a design her father, Joel Kear, brought from Scotland (Reference: Southern Arts and Crafts 1890-1940, Mint Museum). Liddy's husband was killed during the Civil War at Harry's Ford in the Smokies (Reference: Mountain Ways by Aiken, p. 29, 293). Liddy's work was also cited by Allen Eaton in his book, Handicrafts of the Southern Highlands. A similar basket by Whaley was sold by our auction house in 2008: https://classic.liveauctioneers.com/item/5054676_east-tennessee-basket-by-linda-whaley. CONDITION: 1st item: Handle broken on one side, losses to weavers in the corners and to the center interior. 2nd & 3rd items: Both overall very good condition, light grime. 4th item: Overall very good condition, light general wear, no apparent losses to weavers. [See more photos →]

$1,080.00
691 Lot 691: Sterling Silver Plates, Goblets & Cups, 37 items total Sterling Silver Plates, Goblets & Cups, 37 items total Lot 691: Sterling Silver Plates, Goblets & Cups, 37 items total

Group of thirty-seven (37) sterling silver table items including several sets. Group includes 6 Towle Old Lace pattern bread plates, 6 3/8" dia.; 1 Baker-Manchester round sandwich plate, 9 1/8" dia.; 12 Frank M. Whiting coasters, 3 7/8" dia.; 4 Bailey, Banks & Biddle 1958 commemorative coasters, 3 1/4" dia.; 5 Preisner & 2 Boardman water goblets, 6 3/4" H; 2 Preisner Julep cups, 3 1/2" H, and 5 Randahl liqueur cups, 3" H. 37 items total. 80.03 total oz troy. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. Water goblets, liqueurs, cordials, Whiting coasters not monogrammed. All other items with monograms or engravings. [See more photos →]

$1,080.00
726 Lot 726: Andrew Wyeth Signed Print, North Light Andrew Wyeth Signed Print, North Light Lot 726: Andrew Wyeth Signed Print, North Light

Andrew Wyeth (Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania/Maine, 1917-2009) limited edition offset lithograph titled "North Light", depicting N.C. Wyeth's studio in a winter snowscape. Pencil signed and numbered lower right "Andrew Wyeth, 29/100". Published by The Brandywine River Museum and printed by Stinehour Press, Lunenberg, Vermont, 1994. Authentication label en verso. Housed in a gilt wood frame with conservation glass. Sight – 21 1/4" H x 29" W. Framed – 32" H x 39 3/4" W. American, late 20th century. Provenance: Private Chattanooga, TN collection. Note: Andrew Wyeth created the original North Light painting to help the Brandywine River Museum to raise funds to restore his father's studio. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,080.00
184 Lot 184: 14K Wild Fowl Jewelry, Pins and Charm 14K Wild Fowl Jewelry, Pins and Charm Lot 184: 14K Wild Fowl Jewelry, Pins and Charm

14K Wild Fowl Jewelry, Pins and Charm, 5 items total. 1st group: 14K yellow gold circle brooch with two owl figures perched on a branch, 1" H and one 14K owl charm, 3/4" H. 17.8 grams/2. 2nd group: Three (3) 14K yellow gold brooches including two flying ducks, 1" x 1 3/4", one pheasant figure and one single flying duck, 3/4" H. All tested 14K. 23.5 grams/3. 41.3 grams/ total 5 pins. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: All in very good condition except one ruby eye missing on owl charm. [See more photos →]

$1,024.00
16 Lot 16: Cloisonne Lobed Bulb Pot, Famille Rose Tray and Hat Stand with Poem Cloisonne Lobed Bulb Pot, Famille Rose Tray and Hat Stand with Poem Lot 16: Cloisonne Lobed Bulb Pot, Famille Rose Tray and Hat Stand with Poem

Chinese Cloisonne bulb pot, Famille Rose porcelain tray, porcelain hat stand with poem, 3 items total. 1st item: Chinese cloisonne bulb pot having scrolling foliate decoration with circular dragon vignettes to each lobed side. 5" H x 8 1/2" W x 5 1/4" D. 2nd item: Chinese Famille Rose porcelain tray, rectangular, with calligraphy poem or chart in one corner and fisherman in landscape scene. 9 1/4" x 6 3/4". 3rd item: Famille rose porcelain hat stand depicting three standing male figures and a poem at top. Illegible seal mark to underside. 11"H. All items Chinese, early 20th century or Republic period. CONDITION: 1st item: Couple of tiny chips or imperfections, 1/16" and smaller, to one dragon reserve (background); otherwise excellent condition. 2nd item: 1/8" old flake to rim. 3rd item: Hat stand with 3" hairline to side and couple of 1/8" rim chips. [See more photos →]

$1,024.00
362 Lot 362: Continental O/C, Venetian Harbor Scene Continental O/C, Venetian Harbor Scene Lot 362: Continental O/C, Venetian Harbor Scene

Continental School Venetian harbor scene oil on canvas painting depicting large sailing vessel with square sails approaching wharf and clusters of townspeople on stone platform, including a couple walking a dog. Large fantastical statue and ruins frame scene to left and right, village and mountains right background. Unsigned. Old paper label with hand-written initials "B J-T-or L A" to back of stretcher. Sight: 34" x 52". Burnished wood molded frame: 39 3/4" x 58 3/8". Continental, 19th century. CONDITION: Old relining to canvas. Scattered attempts at cleaning old varnish. [See more photos →]

$1,024.00
461 Lot 461: Lunt William and Mary Sterling Flatware, 64 pcs. Lunt William and Mary Sterling Flatware, 64 pcs. Lot 461: Lunt William and Mary Sterling Flatware, 64 pcs.

Lunt Silversmiths sterling silver flatware, William and Mary pattern, 64 pieces, including 11 dinner knives, 11 forks (7 1/4" L), 8 salad forks, 10 teaspoons, 12 round bowl soup spoons, 12 flat butter spreaders, 6" to 8 5/8" L. Not monogrammed. 57.47 total weighable oz troy. CONDITION: Not monogrammed. Some surface wear from use. [See more photos →]

$1,024.00
502 Lot 502: 10 Assorted Oyster Plates, late 19-early 20th c. 10 Assorted Oyster Plates, late 19-early 20th c. Lot 502: 10 Assorted Oyster Plates, late 19-early 20th c.

Collection of ten (10) porcelain oyster plates by various makers, all of different patterns and colors, four (4) marked by French Limoges factories including two (2) Haviland Turkey plates, one (1) Haviland five-well plate with Asian flowers, one (1) square five-well plate by Marx & Gutherz, Carlsbad, and one (1) with impressed numbers "765/7" on base, four (4) with no maker marks. 7-5/8" to 10" dia. All late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: Estate of Celia (Cece) Webb, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: 3/4" chip loss to underside of one turkey plate and blue and white plate with cornflower center. Scattered loss to gilt edges. Three hairline firing flaws to plate with trout decoration. Others in overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,024.00
540 Lot 540: Family Traditions by Stephen Sacklarian Family Traditions by Stephen Sacklarian Lot 540: Family Traditions by Stephen Sacklarian

Stephen Sacklarian (American, 1889-1983) acrylic on canvas abstract expressionist painting titled "Family Traditions" depicting pink, purple and yellow amorphous figures floating in space against a background of greens, blues, a band of bright yellow and hints of pink. Signed lower right. Unframed. 40 1/2" H x 55 1/2" W. Provenance: Property of the Mississippi Museum of Art, deaccessioned to benefit the acquisitions fund. Biography: Stephen Sacklarian was born in Bulgaria and emigrated to the United States in 1911. He attended Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania before pursuing an education in Art from The Pennsylvania University of the Fine Arts. He additionally studied at the T-Square Club, the Philadelphia College of Art, the Fleisher Memorial Art School and with the sculptor Paul Manship. His early works were realist in nature, but in the mid 1960's Sacklarian began painting in a blend of modern and abstract expressionism, with elements of cubism, for which he would become best known. (Source: Modern American Painting by John McCoubrey). CONDITION: Unframed, overall very good condition. Previously rolled. [See more photos →]

$1,024.00
580 Lot 580: Rookwood Art Pottery Vase, Lenore Asbury Rookwood Art Pottery Vase, Lenore Asbury Lot 580: Rookwood Art Pottery Vase, Lenore Asbury

Rookwood Vellum glaze art pottery vase decorated by Lenore Asbury (1866-1933) with wisteria decoration in shades of blue, cream and green. Underside with impressed Rookwood logo mark, date marks for 1918, shape number 233, and the artist's initials L. A. 8 1/2" H. CONDITION: Overall light cracklure to glaze, otherwise overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,024.00
665 Lot 665: 13 items of 10K gold jewelry, incl. Masonic 13 items of 10K gold jewelry, incl. Masonic Lot 665: 13 items of 10K gold jewelry, incl. Masonic

Thirteen (13) items of 10K gold jewelry. 1st-4th items: Four (4) 10K jewelry items with Masonic symbols including gent's ring with approximately .35 ct round diamond (IMP, J-K), pair cufflinks, pendant/charm and lapel pin, 19 grams. 5th-8th items: Two (2) class rings and one (1) Delta Kappa lapel pin, 32.1 grams. 9th-13th items: Assorted jewelry including pair Victorian pendant earrings, pair barrettes, stick pin, Torah pointer pendant/charm, 8.7 grams excluding earrings. 59.8 grams total excluding pendant earrings. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: One earring back missing. General surface grime. [See more photos →]

$1,024.00
690 Lot 690:  Alvin Sterling Flatware, 59 pcs. Alvin Sterling Flatware, 59 pcs. Lot 690:  Alvin Sterling Flatware, 59 pcs.

Set of Alvin sterling silver flatware, Maryland pattern, 59 pieces. Includes 8 dinner knives (9 5/8" L), 8 dinner forks (7 1/2" L), 8 salad forks, 16 teaspoons, 8 iced tea spoons, 4 serving spoons, 1 cold meat fork, 1 gravy ladle, 1 master butter knife, 1 sugar shell, 1 dessert fork, and 1 carving set. All monogrammed with script "R". 63.775 total weighable troy ounces. CONDITION: All pieces monogrammed and with general use wear. [See more photos →]

$1,024.00
815 Lot 815: 33 Mixed Confederate Bills, incl. $100, $50 33 Mixed Confederate Bills, incl. $100, $50 Lot 815: 33 Mixed Confederate Bills, incl. $100, $50

Group of Thirty-Three (33) Confederate States of America (CSA) Bills. 1st item: One (1) $100 bill, Series unspecified, issued in Richmond, VA, October 18, 1862, printed by J. T. Paterson & Co., Columbia, SC. Vignette of a milkmaid, lower left, vignette of a train with diffused steam, top center. Serial Number 62971/ pp A. 2nd item: One (1) $100 bill, Series unspecified, issued in Richmond, VA, December 1862, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Portrait of John C. Calhoun, American statesman and 7th Vice President of the United States, lower left, vignette of slaves working, top center, the female personification of the Confederacy, lower right. Serial Number [illegible]. 3rd item: One (1) $100 bill, Series 1, issued in Richmond, VA, February 17, 1864, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Vignette of Confederate soldiers, lower left, a portrait of Lucy Pickens, the "Queen of the Confederacy", top center, and a portrait of George W. Randolph, CSA General and Secretary of War, lower right. Serial Number 16840/ pp A. 4th item: One (1) $50 bill, Series unspecified, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1864, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Richmond, VA, Columbia, SC. Portrait of Jefferson Davis, President of the CSA, top center. Serial Number 80718/ pp A. 5th-6th items: Two (2) $20 bills, one (1) April 6, 1863, one (1) February 17, 1864, issued in Richmond, VA. Vignette of the Tennessee State Capitol Building, top center, portrait of Alexander H. Stephens, Vice President of the CSA, lower right. 5th item: One (1) $20 April 6, 1863 bill, Series 2, lithographed by Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Serial Number 159119/ pp B. 6th item: One (1) $20 February 17, 1864 bill, Series 8. Serial Number 40760/ pp B. 7th item: One (1) $10 bill, Series 2, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1861, printed by Blanton Duncan, Columbia, SC. Vignette of the painting General Marion Inviting a British Officer to Share His Meal by John Blake White, top center, portrait of Robert M.T. Hunter, CSA Secretary of State and Senator, lower left, vignette of the goddess Minerva, right. Serial Number 80372/ pp 2. 8th-16th items: Nine (9) $10 bills, four (4) December 2, 1862, five (5) February 17th, 1864, issued in Richmond, VA. Vignette of a battle scene, top center, portrait of Robert M.T. Hunter, CSA Secretary of State and Confederate Senator, lower right. 8th-11th items: Four (4) $10 December 2, 1862 bills, Series 4 and unspecified, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC, printed by Blanton Duncan, Columbia, SC, Richmond, VA. 4th Series: Serial Number 34322/ pp H. Unspecified Series: Serial Numbers 26799/ pp A, 104844/ pp B, 46605/ pp F. 12th-16th items: Five (5) $10 February 17th, 1864 bills, Series 7-9, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC, printed by Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC. 7th Series: Serial Number 18646/ pp G. 8th Series: Serial Numbers 70186/ pp F, 90584/ pp F. 9th Series: Serial Number 38475/ pp E, 36871/ pp F. 17th item: One (1) $5 bill, Series 2, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1861, lithographed by J. T. Paterson & Co., Columbia, SC. Vignette of Commerce seated, top center, vignette of a sailor, lower left. Serial Number 225563/ pp A. 18th-24th items: Seven (7) $5 bills, six (6) December 2, 1862, one (1) February 17, 1864, issued in Richmond, VA. Vignette of the Virginia State Capitol Building, top center, portrait of Christopher Gustavus Memminger, CSA Secretary of Treasury, lower right. December 2, 1862: 1st Series: Lithographed by J. T. Paterson & Co., engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Serial Number 111661/ pp C, 41159/ pp F, 209[illegible]7/ pp G. 2nd Series: Engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC, printed by Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC. Serial numbers 157784/ pp C, 157254/ pp G. 3rd Series: Lithographed by J. T. Paterson & Co., engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Serial Number 53634/ pp Fl. February 17, 1864: 3rd Series: Engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC, lithographed by Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC. Serial Number 72020/ pp D. 25th-26th items: Two (2) $2 bills, Series 2-3, issued in Richmond, VA, June 2, 1862, printed by Blanton Duncan, Columbia, SC. Portrait of Judah P. Benjamin, CSA Cabinet Member, top left, vignette of the female personification of the Confederacy striking down the Union, top center. 2nd Series: Serial Number 50059/ pp 1. 3rd Series: Serial Number 11094/ pp 3. 27th-28th items: Two (2) $2 bills, Series 1, one (1) December 2, 1862, one (1) April 6, 1863, issued in Richmond, VA, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Portrait of Judah P. Benjamin, CSA Cabinet Member, center right. December 2, 1862: Serial Number 26312/ pp F, 1 bill total. April 6, 1863. Serial Number 16824/ pp G. 29th-31st items: Three (3) $1 bills, Series 1 and 3, issued in Richmond, VA, June 2, 1862, printed by Blanton Duncan, Columbia, SC. Vignette of the goddess Liberty, top left, vignette of a steamship at sea, top center, a portrait of Lucy Pickens, the "Queen of the Confederacy", lower right. 1st Series: Serial Numbers 55 47/ pp 8, [illegible]/ pp 5. 3rd Series: 58224/ pp 10. 32nd-33rd items: Two (2) $1 bills, Series 1, issued in Richmond, VA, April 6, 1863, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Portrait of Clement Claiborne Clay, CSA Senator. Serial Number 119035/ pp B, 110966/ pp E. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. All bills approximately 3 1/4" H x 7 1/8" W. Mid 19th century. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: All bills in circulated condition. [See more photos →]

$1,024.00
123 Lot 123: 4 19th Cent. Burl & Treenware Items 4 19th Cent. Burl & Treenware Items Lot 123: 4 19th Cent. Burl & Treenware Items

Group of four (4) 19th century treenware items including a large figured burl wood dough bowl; tiger maple scoop; figured burl wood turned bowl with wood top and a carved maple butter mold with carved eagle and shield design. Ranging in size from 3 1/2" H to 5" H x 19" W x 15 3/4" D. Provenance: Nancy Walton Collection, Gatlinburg, TN. CONDITION: All pieces with general wear commensurate with age and use. Hairline to one side of small lidded bowl. Dough bowl with cracks to interior center. [See more photos →]

$1,020.00
154 Lot 154: East Tennessee or SW VA Earthenware Jar, poss. Cain, Exhibited East Tennessee or SW VA Earthenware Jar, poss. Cain, Exhibited Lot 154: East Tennessee or SW VA Earthenware Jar, poss. Cain, Exhibited

East Tennessee or Southwest Virginia glazed earthenware pottery jar having extruded handles with thumbprint terminals, flaring rim transitions to an ovoid body with an incised ridge around the upper shoulder and two incised lines under this ridge. Beaded foot, unglazed bottom. Originally fitted with a lid, possibly the Cain pottery of Sullivan County. 7 1/2" H. 3rd Qtr. 19th century. Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. Note: This jar was exhibited in the "Legacy in Clay: Pottery of Washington County, Virginia" 2005 exhibit, William King Regional Arts Center, Abingdon, VA. The jar is also illustrated in the "Legacy in Clay" museum exhibit catalog, page 13. CONDITION: Some chips to the rim, a couple of abrasions to the body. Original lid not present. [See more photos →]

$1,020.00
86 Lot 86: J. Vance Miller Oil on Canvas Winter Landscape J. Vance Miller Oil on Canvas Winter Landscape Lot 86: J. Vance Miller Oil on Canvas Winter Landscape

James Vance Miller (West Virginia/Virginia, 1912-2002) oil on canvas winter snow landscape titled "Winter Glow" depicting a forest scene with freshly fallen snow. Inscribed signature lower right "J. Vance Miller". Housed in a gilt wood frame with linen matte. Old label with title and artist's signature en verso. Sight – 35 1/2" H x 23 1/2" W. Framed – 41" H x 28 1/8" W. Biography: James Vance Miller began painting in 1944 as a self taught artist, and it eventually became his full time work. He considered his paintings done in the Jefferson National Forest outside Blacksburg, Virginia, to be some of his finest work. He exhibited at various galleries and shows throughout the South including at the Fine Arts Museum of Western Virginia and the Worlds Fair in Knoxville, and was Artist in Residence for The Greenbrier Hotel in Lewisburg, W. Va. (source: AskArt). CONDITION: Overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,020.00
251 Lot 251: Kentucky and Tennessee Map, 1796 Harris Kentucky and Tennessee Map, 1796 Harris Lot 251: Kentucky and Tennessee Map, 1796 Harris

"A Map of the State of Kentucky and the Tennessee Government Compiled from the Best Authorities", by Cyrus Harris, engraved by Amos Doolittle, published by Thomas and Andrews, Boston, 1796. From "The American Universal Geography" by Jedidiah Morse. Copper plate engraving of Kentucky and Tennessee depicting early towns and roads, including Nashville and Clarksville, rivers, roads, and boundary lines. Native American boundaries and the Southern boundary of the military reservation set aside for veterans of the North Carolina troops are shown. Roads shown include the "New and Short Road to Virginia". Many forts are indicated including Fort Washington, Fort Massac and Fort Jefferson. Title and scale of miles, lower right, compass rose, top left. "Lon: W. from Philadelphia" lower right below map. Map surrounded by scale notations and line border. Housed in a matte and encapsulated in plastic, housed under glass in a red painted wooden frame. Image – 7 3/4" H x 11 1/2" W. Sight – 8" H x 12 1/8" W. Framed – 15 3/8" H x 19 5/8" W. Late 18th century. CONDITION: Overall good condition with toning. Not examined out of frame. [See more photos →]

$1,020.00
266 Lot 266: Southern Cross Reunion Flag or Banner Southern Cross Reunion Flag or Banner Lot 266: Southern Cross Reunion Flag or Banner

Confederate reunion Southern Cross linen machine sewn flag or banner, comprised of pieced and appliqued red, white and blue linen with two brass grommets. 55 1/4" H x 57 1/2" W. 1st half 20th century. Provenance: Private Ringgold, Georgia collection; among items purchased in the 1960's from the old location of the A. P. Stewart Chapter of the UDC (United Daughters of the Confederacy), formerly the Nathan Bedford Forrest UCV (United Confederate Veterans) home, St. Elmo, Chattanooga, TN. CONDITION: Overall good condition with surface stains, minute holes. 1" x 2" area of repair, top left edge. [See more photos →]

$1,020.00
372 Lot 372: Duncan McGregor Whyte, portrait of Hugh MacDiarmid Duncan McGregor Whyte, portrait of Hugh MacDiarmid Lot 372: Duncan McGregor Whyte, portrait of Hugh MacDiarmid

Duncan McGregor Whyte (United Kingdom, 1866-1953) oil on canvas portrait of Hugh MacDiarmid. The subject is depicted at about age 70, with bald head and white beard, wearing a gray suit, black bowtie and gold watch chain, and seated in a chair next to a table or desk. Signed lower right "D M'G Whyte 1921". Housed in a giltwood molded frame with floral and rope moldings; lower placard reads "Hugh MacDiarmid Esq./ Factor/Presented by the Inhabitants of Tiree/ for Public Services for over 45 years. 1922". Note: the Archives of Inverary Castle contain 3 letters dated April/May 1899 from artist Duncan MacGregor Whyte, Glasgow, to the Duke of ArgyllÕs factor Hugh McDiarmid, requesting permission to build an artistÕs studio (later known as The Studio) at Balephuil. Sight – 45" H x 36" W. Framed – 53 1/4" H x 44" 1/4" W. Early 20th century. CONDITION: Painting: Overall good condition with an approximately 6" area of miniscule scattered flakes upper left background and a 12" line of miniscule flakes right center background. Some paint wear/rubbing along edges of canvas at frame line. Frame: Chips and small losses to frame; wear to placard. Frame has been regilded. [See more photos →]

$1,020.00
401 Lot 401: Southern Painted Pine Server or Huntboard Southern Painted Pine Server or Huntboard Lot 401: Southern Painted Pine Server or Huntboard

Southern red painted pine huntboard or server, pegged and square nail construction, comprised of a narrow rectangular overhanging top, scrubbed, with rounded corners, above three drawers with wood pulls, the center drawer with brass escutcheon; paneled sides; all raised on tall square tapered legs. 36 1/2" H x 65 1/2" W x 19 1/4" D. Likely 2nd half 19th century and later. CONDITION: General wear, loss of paint to the top. Back board appears to be an ill-fitting replacement. Alligatoring to paint surface. Lower boards of frame (drawer supports) with staining, cracking and insect damage. Some losses to tips of front feet. Traces of old paint in unlikely places, suggesting this piece may have multiple replaced elements or may be recently assembled from old wood. [See more photos →]

$1,020.00
426 Lot 426: Carl Sublett Watercolor Landscape, Wild Lace Carl Sublett Watercolor Landscape, Wild Lace Lot 426: Carl Sublett Watercolor Landscape, Wild Lace

Carl Sublett (Tennessee, 1919-2008) abstract watercolor landscape on paper titled "Wild Lace" depicting a barren winter landscape rendered in muted colors. Signed and dated '83 lower right. Exhibition label en verso reading "56/Wild Lace/Watercolor (83)/collection of the artist". Paper float mounted and housed in a silvered wood frame. Image/Paper – 27 3/4" H x 35 3/4" W. Framed – 38 1/2" H x 46" W. Biography: Carl Sublett studied Art History at the American Academy in Florence, Italy after World War II, and became Professor of Fine Art at the University of Tennessee. Sublett was a member of the National Academy of Design. His works are in the collections of the National Academy of Design, The Tennessee State Museum, and Cheekwood Museum of Art, Nashville. CONDITION: Overall very good condition, minor abrasions to frame. [See more photos →]

$1,020.00
737 Lot 737: John J. Audubon Lesser Red-Poll, Havell ed. John J. Audubon Lesser Red-Poll, Havell ed. Lot 737: John J. Audubon Lesser Red-Poll, Havell ed.

After John J. Audubon (American, 1785-1851) Havell Edition hand-colored aquatint etching, Lesser Red-Poll, No. 75, Plate CCCLXXV. Engraved, printed, and colored by Robert Havell, Jr., 1837. Whatman 1837 watermark lower right corner. Unframed. Plate – 19 3/4" H x 12 1/4" W. Sheet – 38 7/8" H x 26" W. Provenance: Purchased at the Alex Haley estate sale conducted by Sterling Auction on October 3, 1992. CONDITION: Mended tear left mid margin, approx. 2" L. 1 1/4" loss upper right corner. Wrinkling to paper lower left below image. Minor foxing. Toning to paper from previous frame. [See more photos →]

$1,020.00
796 Lot 796: 3 Jack Daniels Whiskey Bottles, Silverplate Holder & 2 More 3 Jack Daniels Whiskey Bottles, Silverplate Holder & 2 More Lot 796: 3 Jack Daniels Whiskey Bottles, Silverplate Holder & 2 More

Three (3) Jack Daniels Whiskey bottles, one (1) silverplate holder, and two (2) additional bottles, 6 items total. 1st-3rd items: Three (3) Jack Daniel's Old No 7 bottles, square form with ribbed shoulder and neck, 10 1/2" H. Early 20th century. 4th item: Jack Daniels Old No 7 English silverplate bottle holder or caddy, marked on the base. 4 1/4" H x 3 3/8" W. 20th century. 5th item: C. J. Kebar & Co. Bottling Works "Columbia Sodawater" bottle, additionally marked A.C.W. on the base. 12" H. 1st half 20th century. 6th item: Unmarked clear glass bottle, possibly for whiskey, similar in shape and size to Jack Daniels whiskey bottles. 10" H. 1st half 20th century. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: 1st-3rd items: One bottle with light wear to spout, all overall very good condition. 4th item: Some general losses and wear. 5th & 6th items: Overall good condition. [See more photos →]

$1,020.00
813 Lot 813: Group of 37 Confederate 1864 $10 & $20 Bills Group of 37 Confederate 1864 $10 & $20 Bills Lot 813: Group of 37 Confederate 1864 $10 & $20 Bills

Thirty-seven (37) Confederate States of America (CSA) 1864 Bills, including twenty (20) $20 bills and seventeen (17) $10 bills. 1st-20th items: Twenty (20) $20 Bills, Series 2, 4-8, 10-11, and unspecified. Issued in Richmond, VA, February 17, 1864, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Vignette of the Tennessee State Capitol Building, top center, portrait of Alexander H. Stephens, Vice President of the CSA, lower right. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. 2nd Series: Serial Number 38420/ pp A, 1 bill total. 4th Series: Serial Number 33836/ pp A; Serial Number 76034/ pp B; Serial Number 81682/ pp C; Serial Number 52029/ pp D, 4 bills total. 5th Series: Serial Number 38850/ pp C, 1 bill total. 6th Series: Serial Number 22747/ pp A; Serial Number 54671/ pp C, 2 bills total. 7th Series: Serial Number 65879/ pp B; Serial Number 61095/ pp C; Serial Number 81724/ pp C; Serial Number 82950/ pp D, 4 bills total. 8th Series: Serial Number 62760/ pp C, 1 bill total. 10th Series: Serial Number 6778/ pp B; Serial Number 29613/ pp C; Serial Number 31899/ pp C; Serial Number 87041/ pp D, 4 bills total. 11th Series: Serial Number 7817/ pp D; Serial Number 30358/ pp D, 2 bills total. Unspecified Series: Serial Number 12375/ pp C, 1 bill total. 21st-37th items: Seventeen (17) $10 Bills, Series 2-3, 6-10, and unspecified. Issued in Richmond, VA, February 17, 1864, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC, printed by Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC. Vignette of a battle scene, top center, portrait of Robert M.T. Hunter, CSA Secretary of State and Confederate Senator, lower right. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. 2nd Series: Serial Number 28473/ pp C; Serial Number 1054/ pp G; Serial Number 52541/ pp G; Serial Number 92274/ pp H, 4 bills total. 3rd Series: Serial Number 3643/ pp C; Serial Number 27271/ pp H, 2 bills total. 6th Series: Serial Number 48706/ pp B; Serial Number 61409/ pp H, 2 items total. 7th Series: Serial Number 100813/ pp A, 1 bill total. 8th Series: Serial Number 35711/ pp E, 1 bill total. 9th Series: Serial Number 30079/ pp D; Serial Number 31443/ pp E; Serial Number 37317/ pp H, 3 bills total. 10th Series: Serial Number 27182/ pp D; Serial Number 43812/ pp E, 2 bills total. Unspecified Series: Serial Number 97409/ pp G; Serial Number 71205/ pp H, 2 bills. Bills approximately 3" H x 6 7/8" W. Mid 19th century. CONDITION: All bills in circulated condition. [See more photos →]

$1,020.00
122 Lot 122: Collection of 12 Wood Boxes, incl. Shaker Collection of 12 Wood Boxes, incl. Shaker Lot 122: Collection of 12 Wood Boxes, incl. Shaker

Assembled collection of twelve (12) wood boxes, including five (5) graduated oval Shaker style boxes – each with two fingers fastened with nails; two (2) miniature pill boxes with one retaining the original "Ayer's Pills" label; one (1) folk art box with a brass bail handle, mother of pearl heart and diamond inlay and the initials I & I; one (1) pipe box with a beveled and sliding lid; one (1) small hinged tobacco box with carved figural lid; one (1) longer pipe box with sliding lid; and one (1) hanging wall box with dovetailed sides and a shaped back. Ranging in size from 3/4" H to 5 3/8" H x 11 5/8" W x 7 5/8" D. Late 19th century/early 20th century. Provenance: Nancy Walton Collection, Gatlinburg, TN. CONDITION: One shaker box with damage to base and one side, label to one small pill box absent. Remaining boxes with overall general use wear. [See more photos →]

$960.00
239 Lot 239: Group of 10 Occupational Shaving Mugs Group of 10 Occupational Shaving Mugs Lot 239: Group of 10 Occupational Shaving Mugs

Assembled group of ten (10) American and English occupational shaving mugs. 1st item: Painter's palette shaving mug with the gilt name W. Bauer and T & V France green maker's mark. 2nd item: Mason's shaving mug with the gilt name Ben Storle and numbered 1146 on the base. 3rd item: Fraternal Order of Eagles shaving mug with the gilt name John Hartle and numbered 813 on the base (chip and repaired break to the base). 4th item: Horse drawn trolley driver shaving mug numbered 1209 on the base. 5th item: Lamp lighter occupational mug, unmarked. 6th item: Touring Automobile shaving mug marked on the base W/Austria and numbered 4756. 7th item: Grocer shaving mug with the gilt name W. E. Long and marked on the base O. & E. G. Royal Austria on the base. 8th item: Machinest with lathe shaving mug with gilt name Craig Rogers and numbered 107.9. 9th item: Tea distributor shaving mug with the gilt name F. C. Withington and obliterated maker's mark on the base. 10th item: Butcher's shaving mug numbered 1668 on the base. Ranging in size from 3 3/8" H to 4" H. All Late 19th/Early 20th century. Note: Lot also includes a vintage Erskine shaving brush with natural animal hair bristles. Provenance: The collection of internationally known ragtime pianist and historian Johnny Maddox, Gallatin, TN. CONDITION: All with general wear and losses to gilt decoration. 3rd item: Chip and repaired break to the base. [See more photos →]

$960.00
256 Lot 256: Nashville & Vicinity Map, 1879, Foster Nashville & Vicinity Map, 1879, Foster Lot 256: Nashville & Vicinity Map, 1879, Foster

MAP OF THE CITY OF NASHVILLE AND VICINITY by Wilbur F. Foster, City Engineer, published by Tavel, Eastman and Howell, Nashville, TN, 1879. Created for the Nashville Board of Health 1879 report. Map of Nashville detailing street names, toll gates, colleges, railways including the Louisville & Nashville & Great Southern, St. Louis & So. Eastern, Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis, Tennessee & Pacific, and sites such as the Capitol, a cotton factory, and cemeteries. It also names some farm owners on outskirts of Nashville. Red lines indicate water levels of Cumberland River and the limits of jurisdiction of the Nashville Board of Health. Title and scale, top right. Surrounded by a decorative line border. Image – 19 1/8" H x 23 5/8" W. Sheet – 19 5/8" H x 24 1/8" W. Sleeve – 21" H x 25 3/8" W. Late 19th century. Note: This scarce map was produced on the heels of the devastating Memphis yellow fever epidemics of the 1870s and indicates growing awareness in Tennessee municipalities of the need for better public sanitation to prevent disease. Wilbur F. Foster served as city engineer from 1865 to 1884. He also served as a chief engineer during the Civil War under General Alexander P. Stewart. (source: http://teva.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15138coll23/id/426). CONDITION: Slight waviness to paper, otherwise overall very good condition. David Lloyd Swift Paper Conservator label and additional information, en verso, suggesting it was cleaned, deacidified, and encapsulated (not laminated) in a plastic archival sleeve in Dec. 1995. [See more photos →]

$960.00
274 Lot 274: Civil War Period Belt/Possibly Contemporary "CS" Waist Belt Plate Civil War Period Belt/Possibly Contemporary "CS" Waist Belt Plate Lot 274: Civil War Period Belt/Possibly Contemporary "CS" Waist Belt Plate

Civil War period pigskin leather belt associated with a 20th century "CS" waist belt plate variant resembling a standard issue Confederate infantry plate. Belt length approximately 27 1/2". Plate approximately 47.63 mm x 73.03 mm (1 7/8" x 2 7/8"). Includes three additional photos of belt and plate. Provenance: Ex-Steve Mullinax collection. Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. Note: See "Confederate Belt Buckles and Plates" by Steve E. Mullinax, 1999, pages 74-77, for similar belt plates. CONDITION: Leather is supple with no breaks or tears, areas of rubbing to edges. [See more photos →]

$960.00
314 Lot 314: Civil War era Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver, .31 cal, and Holster Civil War era Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver, .31 cal, and Holster Lot 314: Civil War era Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver, .31 cal, and Holster

Civil War era Colt Model 1849 Pocket Percussion Revolver, .31 caliber, serial number 219833, all visible serial numbers matching. Top of barrel marked "Address Col. Sam Colt New-York U.S. America", cylinder marked "Colt's Patent No. 19833". Walnut stocks, octagonal barrel, brass trigger guard and back strap, iron mounted with engraved stage coach hold up scene on cylinder, cylinder pins present, checkered hammer, standard sights, loading lever. Includes a leather "Slim Jim" flap style holster, tab through retainer. Barrel length – 4". Overall length – 9". Holster – 11" H x 4 1/2" W x 1 1/2" D. Serial number corresponds to year 1862. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Action is stiff. Engraving on cylinder very clear. Stocks with 60% varnish present. Traces of silver in protected areas on trigger guard. Balance, a pleasing mustard yellow patina. All screws original. Cylinder pins present. Plug hole missing from the bottom of holster, all sewn. Gun form fitted to holster. [See more photos →]

$960.00
395 Lot 395: East TN Chest and Dressing Mirror, Wexler provenance East TN Chest and Dressing Mirror, Wexler provenance Lot 395: East TN Chest and Dressing Mirror, Wexler provenance

East Tennessee Walnut Sheraton Chest of Drawers with later matching Dressing Mirror, Wexler family provenance (Sullivan County). 1st item: Sheraton chest of drawers, walnut with poplar secondary. Plain two board top; two short drawers over three graduated long drawers, all with scratchbeaded edges, brass escutcheons and round wood pulls; the three lower drawers flanked by vertical incising on the stiles; four turned and tapered feet. Paneled sides and back. 46 1/4" H x 41 1/4" W x 21 1/4" D. Circa 1825. Note taped inside top right drawer of chest on letterhead of Francis McNairy Antiques, Savannah, Ga, states this chest descended in the Wexler family of Wexler's Bend, Tennessee, whose property was purchased by Eastman Kodak in the early 20th century, leading the family to move to Bristol, TN. The note goes on to say the chest descended to Dan Wexler, grandson of Edward Benjamin Wexler, and was sold when he retired to Savannah in 1998. 2nd item: Dressing mirror, custom made to match chest of drawers, walnut with poplar secondary. Rectangular mirror having a plain frame, flanked by plain stiles with urn finials, over two scratchbeaded drawers with round wood knobs, atop round bun feet. 23 1/2" H x 18 1/2" W x 7 7/8" D. Early to mid 20th century. CONDITION: 1st item: Shrinkage and slightly uneven separation to top of chest. Replaced drawer runners. Some losses to drawer tops and drawer runners, overall very good condition. 2nd item: Excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$960.00
417 Lot 417: Frederick M. Grant O/B, "Venice" Frederick M. Grant O/B, "Venice" Lot 417: Frederick M. Grant O/B, "Venice"

Frederick Milton Grant (California/Illinois/Iowa, 1886-1959) oil on board impressionist painting titled "Venice" depicting a sail boat moored at a dock before a group of domed buildings and cypress tress. Signed "Frederick M. Grant" lower left. Titled with the artist's name and "South Shore Country Club 1928 Chicago" in pencil with a Kenneth Probst Galleries, Chicago, IL label, en verso. Framed inscribed with possible museum accession or exhibition number "M625-5170-7714" under lower edge of frame. Housed in a decorative carved gilt wooden frame with off white linen and gilt wood rabbet edge. Sight – 7 3/4" H x 9 3/4" W. Framed – 15 1/2" H x 17 5/8" W. Early 20th century. Provenance: the collection of Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Slaymaker, Nashville, Tennessee. Biography: Frederic Milton Grant was born in Sibley, Iowa, into a family of farmers. After initially studying architecture, he went to the School of the Art Institute of Chicago for instruction in painting and drawing. In 1907, Grant traveled to Venice for summer classes with William Merritt Chase, who awarded Grant the annual prize for best summer student. (He studied with Chase again in the summer of 1914 in Carmel, California). On that first trip to Europe, Grant also visited Paris, where he viewed the work of Monticelli, Monet, and CŽzanne. In Chicago, he joined the Arts Club, the Cliff Dwellers, and Chicago Society of Artists. He exhibited at Raymond Katz's Little Room. In 1947 Grant moved to Oakland, California, where he remained until his death on February 4, 1959. (source: http://www.chicagomodern.org/artists/frederic_grant/). CONDITION: Overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$960.00
420 Lot 420: Sterling Strauser O/B, Floral Still Life Sterling Strauser O/B, Floral Still Life Lot 420: Sterling Strauser O/B, Floral Still Life

Sterling Boyd Strauser (Pennsylvania, 1907-1995) oil on board still life painting depicting a compote of fruit rendered in a heavy impasto technique. Signed and dated "'72" lower right. Housed in a carved gilt wood frame and painted wood liner. Sight – 13 1/2" H x 17 1/2" W. Framed – 18 3/4" H x 22 1/2" W. American, late 20th century. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$960.00
439 Lot 439: Group 14K Bangles incl. Malachite Bracelet Group 14K Bangles incl. Malachite Bracelet Lot 439: Group 14K Bangles incl. Malachite Bracelet

Group of six (6) 14K Bangles, including Malachite Bracelet. 1st item: Lady's hinged bangle bracelet with 14K yellow gold florentine spacers and inner frame. Frame holds four pieces of shaped green malachite. Marked 14K 585 on interior. 7" interior circumference, 42.7 grams total. 2nd-4th items: Set of three (3) 14K yellow gold 3.5 mm wide Etruscan design slip-on bangle bracelets, 7-3/4" interior circumference, marked 14K, 16.9 grams/3. 5th-6th items: Set of two (2) 14K yellow gold 2.5 mm wide carved floral design slip-on bangle bracelets, 7-3/4" interior circumference, 12.7 grams/pr. 29.6 grams/5 (all 14K) bangles. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: All in very good condition. Minor surface wear to malachite and some surface grime. [See more photos →]

$960.00
442 Lot 442: Italian 14K Wide Woven Bracelet, 38.5 grams Italian 14K Wide Woven Bracelet, 38.5 grams Lot 442: Italian 14K Wide Woven Bracelet, 38.5 grams

14K yellow gold Italian wide woven bracelet, marked Italy, 7-1/2" L x 3/4" W with safety clasp. 38.5 grams. CONDITION: Overall good condition with one kink on outside link. [See more photos →]

$960.00
459 Lot 459: Reed & Barton Sterling Georgian Rose Tea Set Reed & Barton Sterling Georgian Rose Tea Set Lot 459: Reed & Barton Sterling Georgian Rose Tea Set

Reed & Barton 4-piece sterling silver tea set, Georgian Rose pattern, consisting of a coffee pot (9 3/8" H), tea pot, covered two-handled sugar bowl (4 3/4" H) and cream jug (5 1/4" H), repousse rose and scroll rims, c-scroll handles, pear-shaped bodies, each supported by four rose, scroll and pad feet. 73.41 total oz troy. Not monogrammed. American, third quarter 20th century. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with minor surface wear. Not monogrammed. [See more photos →]

$960.00
501 Lot 501: Royal Worcester Botanical Dessert Service, 16 pcs. Royal Worcester Botanical Dessert Service, 16 pcs. Lot 501: Royal Worcester Botanical Dessert Service, 16 pcs.

English Royal Worcester porcelain dessert service, consisting of ten (10) plates, four (4) tazzas and two (2) tall pedestal servers. Each piece with hand painted floral vignettes and beaded enameled and gilt robin's egg blue and turquoise borders. All with Royal Worcester stamp mark and gilt numbers to the undersides. Plates – 8 7/8" dia. Tazzas – 3" H x 9 1/4" dia. Pedestals – 6 1/2" H x 9 1/4" dia. Date marks for 1878. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: One plate with hairlines. One tazza with evidence of repair, another with staining, Remaining pieces overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$960.00
647 Lot 647: 2 Southern Pieced Quilts, Poss. TN 2 Southern Pieced Quilts, Poss. TN Lot 647: 2 Southern Pieced Quilts, Poss. TN

Two (2) Southern, likely Tennessee, pieced and appliqued quilts, late 19th century. 1st item: East TN pieced and appliqued quilt, Princess Feather pattern variant with cheddar yellow and red design on ivory backing. Signed in ink one corner on back "Matt D. Greene From Grandma Baker". Geneology research by Cindy Stuart, Certified Appraiser of Quilted Textiles, found that this quilt is probably from Kyles Ford, Hancock County, Tennessee. Maker was Rebecca Banner Baker, b. 26 August 1862 Lee County, VA, d. 10 Feb 1941. Her grandson was Matt David Greene, Jr., born 1 May 1919 in Kyles Ford, Hancock County, TN, d. 10 June 1999. 84" x 69". Late 19th century. 2nd item: Southern pieced and appliqued quilt, Greek Cross pattern variant with brown blocks, pink crosses, ivory triangles, green calico binding and ivory backing. Signed in black marker one corner on back, "Fred Smelcer". 83" x 62". Late 19th century/early 20th century. CONDITION: 1st item: One-quarter inch tear on binding near one corner. Few small stains, largest 3/8" L. 2nd item: Few scattered stains, largest: 1" x 1 1/2". [See more photos →]

$960.00
667 Lot 667: 18K and 14K Mesh Necklaces 18K and 14K Mesh Necklaces Lot 667: 18K and 14K Mesh Necklaces

Two (2) gold necklaces. 1st item: Italian 14K yellow gold flat mesh collar necklace, marked Italy 14K on clasp, 16-5/8" L x 3/8" W with safety clasp. 20.5 grams. 2nd item: 18K yellow gold tube mesh collar necklace, marked 750 on clasp, 16-1/2" L with safety clasp. 13.7 grams. CONDITION: 1st item: Very good condition. 2nd item: 3 to 4 small kinks near center. [See more photos →]

$960.00
672 Lot 672: Lady's 18K Omega Dress Watch Lady's 18K Omega Dress Watch Lot 672: Lady's 18K Omega Dress Watch

Lady's 18 karat yellow gold mechanical movement Omega watch with a 14 mm square case attached to the 18 karat gold mesh bracelet. 6-3/4" long. 39.4 grams complete. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Watch in working condition at time of inspection. Bracelet in very good condition. [See more photos →]

$960.00
697 Lot 697: 23 pcs Vintage Sterling Flatware Serving Pieces 23 pcs Vintage Sterling Flatware Serving Pieces Lot 697: 23 pcs Vintage Sterling Flatware Serving Pieces

Group vintage sterling silver flatware including numerous serving pieces, all by various makers, 23 items total. 1st Group: 3 Dominick & Haff No. 10 pattern, Pat.-D.96, serving pieces consisting of solid soup ladle with gilt bowl (12 1/4"), solid pierced fish serving fork (8 1/4") and fish fork. Fish serving fork and large ladle also marked for J.S. MacDonald retailer. 2nd group: 1 Durgin Chrysanthemum pattern pastry server, gilt bowl, and J.S. MacDonald retailer mark, 9" L and 6 J.S. MacDonald, Baltimore, allover repousse pattern: pastry server (9 1/4"), dinner fork and 4 teaspoons. 3rd group: Whiting Mfg. Co. Louis XV pattern cheese scoop, gravy ladle and vegetable serving spoon (8 1/2"), all with gilt bowls. 4th group: 2 R. Wallace Co. items: 1 Lucerne pattern pastry server (10 1/8") and 1 Rose pattern sugar tongs (4 1/2"). 5th group: Alvin Mfg. Co. dessert server (10 1/4") and casserole spoon (pattern unidentified). 6th group: P.L.K. sterling or coin Medallion pattern oyster serving fork with gilt bowl, Clark & Biddle retailer's mark, 8" L; Hamilton & Diesinger large scoop with gilt bowl (7 1/4") pattern unidentified, and 1 pierced bon bon server, maker's mark worn. 7th group: 3 Sterling repousse with cartouche serving pieces with weighted handles including 1 cake server and 2-piece carving set, manufacturer unknown. 23 items total. 43.165 weighable oz troy. Please note: 3 J.S. MacDonald, Baltimore, allover repousse pattern teaspoons not in photographs. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: 10 items without monograms. All in overall good condition with some surface wear due to age. Please note PLK Medallion oyster serving fork is either sterling or coin silver. Please note: 3 J.S. MacDonald, Baltimore, allover repousse pattern teaspoons not in photographs. [See more photos →]

$960.00
732 Lot 732: Emilio Payes, Winter Village Landscape Emilio Payes, Winter Village Landscape Lot 732: Emilio Payes, Winter Village Landscape

Emilio Payes (Spain, b. 1935) large oil on canvas painting of Dutch winter village scene depicting a stagecoach entering a town and villagers coming out to greet it. Signed lower left. Sight – 34" H x 44 1/4" W. Framed – 50 1/4" H x 60 1/2" W. Biography: Emilio Payes is from the artistic hub of Alcoy, Alicante, Spain. He showed an interest for art early in his life, and then pursued it at age 18 by studying at the Art & Crafts School in Alicante where he studied under Edmundo Jorda. The works of Emilio Payes are in private collections in Japan, Saudi Arabia, Germany, and the United States. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$960.00
741 Lot 741: William Wilberforce Signed Book William Wilberforce Signed Book Lot 741: William Wilberforce Signed Book

Signed and inscribed book by famed British anti-slavery advocate William Wilberforce. A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System of Professed Christians, in the Higher and Middle Classes in the Country, Contrasted with Real Christianity, Seventeenth Edition, by William Wilberforce, Esq., Member of the Parliament for the County of York, 1829. Printed by James and Luke G. Hansard and Sons, London. Octavo, 391 marble edged pages, hard bound in tooled light brown leather with gilt Greek key border design to covers and gilt lettering on black label and gilt foliate blind stamps to spine, brown marble end papers, thin dark green ribbon bookmark. Author inscription reads "To my Old College Friend Robt. Holford Esqr this Book is presented as a slight pledge of Cordial of this Brother Johnian W Wilberforce Brighston [sic] 1st Oct 1830 Isle of Wight" to front end paper opposite title page. 8 3/4" H x 5 1/2" W x 1 1/4" D. British, early 19th century. Note: Wilberforce was a deeply religious English member of parliament, abolitionist, and social reformer. He is credited with helping abolish the slave trade in the British empire. His life was the subject of the movie, "Amazing Grace" starring Ioan Gruffudd and Benedict Cumberbatch, released in 2007 to coincide with the 200th anniverary of Parliament's anti-slave trade legislation. CONDITION: Front cover almost separated from spine, areas of hinge loss to leather, largest 2" x 1/2", corners bumped. Author inscription in overall good, visible condition, toning impression to title page. Pages with toning, foxing spots, etc. to be expected from age. Thin dark green ribbon bookmark separated from binding. [See more photos →]

$960.00
764 Lot 764: 48 Early Pinback Buttons incl. What Did The Woggle Bug Say?; Santas and Suffrage 48 Early Pinback Buttons incl. What Did The Woggle Bug Say?; Santas and Suffrage Lot 764: 48 Early Pinback Buttons incl. What Did The Woggle Bug Say?; Santas and Suffrage

Grouping of 48 early buttons, including one (1) 1896 Wizard of Oz "What did the Woggle Bug Say" button, four (4) Santa buttons, three (3) Women's Suffrage buttons, eighteen (18) Napoleon and Perfection cigarette & Cracker Jack "Pretty Lady" buttons, one (1) Charmion, one (1) Salvation Army Founder Booth, and twenty (20) miscellaneous buttons. Sizes range from 1/2" to 1 1/4" dia. Late 19th-early 20th century. CONDITION: Most pins are in good to excellent condition. Some have light scratching. Normal wear evident. [See more photos →]

$960.00
807 Lot 807: 577 Mercury & Roosevelt Silver Dimes 577 Mercury & Roosevelt Silver Dimes Lot 807: 577 Mercury & Roosevelt Silver Dimes

Five hundred and seventy-seven (577) Mercury and Roosevelt Silver Dimes. 1st-229th items: Two hundred and twenty-nine (229) Mercury Dimes, including seven (7) 1916, eight (8) 1917, four (4) 1918, four (4) 1919, three (3) 1920, one (1) 1921, six (6) 1923, eight (8) 1924, five (5) 1925, eleven (11) 1926, ten (10) 1927, five (5) 1928, eight (8) 1929, one (1) illegible circa 1920, one (1) 1931, three (3) 1934, thirteen (13) 1935, thirteen (13) 1936, thirteen (13) 1937, five (5) 1938, nineteen (19) 1939, eleven (11) 1940, seventeen (17) 1941, eleven (11) 1942, ten (10) 1943, eighteen (18) 1944, and fourteen (14) 1945. 17.59 total troy ounces. 230th-279th items: Roll of Fifty (50) Mercury Dimes, including one (1) 1936, two (2) 1942, two (2) 1945, two (2) 1946, two (2) 1947, one (1) 1951, two (2) 1952, two (2) 1953, one (1) 1954, one (1) 1956, three (3) 1957, one (1) 1960, four (4) 1961, five (5) 1962, three (3) 1963, and eighteen (18) 1964. Approximately 3.90 total troy ounces. 230th-527th items: Two hundred and forty-eight (248) Roosevelt Dimes, including eighteen (18) 1946, thirteen (13) 1947, nineteen (19) 1948, fifteen (15) 1949, ten (10) 1950, ten (10) 1951, six (6) 1952, eleven (11) 1953, eight (8) 1954, two (2) 1955, four (4) 1956, nine (9) 1957, three (3) 1958, four (4) 1959, seven (7) 1960, eight (8) 1961, six (6) 1962, six (6) 1963, and eighty-nine (89) 1964. 19.75 total troy ounces. 528th-577th items: Roll of Fifty (50) Franklin Dimes, including two (2) 1946, four (4) 1947, two (2) 1950, one (1) 1951, three (3) 1922, one (1) 1953, one (1) 1954, one (1) 1956, three (3) 1957, one (1) 1958, two (2) 1959, three (3) 1960, five (5) 1961, four (4) 1962, ten (10) 1963, and five (5) 1964. Approximately 4 total troy ounces, approximately 45.24 total troy ounces for all coins. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Majority of coins in circulated condition. 230th-279th items: Dates are recorded according to information on wrappers, appear to be in circulated condition. 528th-577th items: Dates are recorded according to information on wrappers, coins have not been examined outside of wrappers for date or condition. [See more photos →]

$960.00
816 Lot 816: Group of 31 Confederate $5, $10, & $20 Bills Group of 31 Confederate $5, $10, & $20 Bills Lot 816: Group of 31 Confederate $5, $10, & $20 Bills

Thirty-one (31) Confederate States of America (CSA) Bills of various dates, including sequential serial numbers and pink necessity paper. 1st-4th items: Four (4) $20 bills, Series unspecified, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1861, printed by Hoyer and Ludwig, Richmond, VA. Vignette of a sailing ship, top center, vignette of a sailor, lower left. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. Serial Number 19864/ pp A, Serial Number 95440/ pp A, Serial Number 95444/ pp A, Serial number [blank]/ pp A. 5th item: One (1) $20 bill, Series 1, issued in Richmond, VA, December 2, 1862, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, printed by J. T. Paterson, Columbia, SC. Vignette of the Tennessee State Capitol Building, top center, portrait of Alexander H. Stephens, Vice President of the CSA, lower right. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. Serial Number 77568/ pp F. 6th-7th items: Two (2) $10 bills, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1861, lithographed by J. T. Paterson, Columbia, SC. Vignette of Ceres and Commerce holding an urn, top left, vignette of a train, center right. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. Serial Number 124542/ pp A, Serial Number [blank]/ pp A, 2 bills total. 8th-18th items: Eleven (11) $10 bills, issued in Richmond, VA, including ten (10) December 2, 1862, one (1) April 6, 1863. Vignette of the proposed South Carolina State Capitol Building, top center, portrait of Robert M.T. Hunter, CSA Secretary of State and Confederate Senator, lower right. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. 8th-17th items: Ten (10) $10 December 2, 1862 bills, Series 3-4, and unspecified, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC, printed by Blanton Duncan and Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. 3rd Series: Serial Number 29286/ pp B, Serial Number 205624/ pp C, printed on pink necessity paper, 2 bills total. 4th Series: Serial Number 44621/ pp B, 42724/ pp G, 2 bills total. Unspecified Series: Serial Number 35202/ pp B, Serial Number 38888/ pp E, Serial Number 86339/ pp E, Serial Number 5361/ pp H, Serial Number 34355/ pp H, Serial number 96437/ pp H, 6 bills total. 18th item: One (1) $10 April 6, 1863 bill, Series 1, lithographed by Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Serial Number 7768/ pp D. 19th-21st items: Three (3) $5 Bills, Series 2, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1861, lithographed by J. T. Paterson & Co., Columbia, SC. Vignette of Commerce seated, top center, vignette of a sailor, lower left. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. Sequential Serial Numbers 119256, 119257, 119258/ pp A. 22nd-27th items: Six (6) $5 bills, issued in Richmond, VA, December 2, 1862. Vignette of the Virginia State Capitol Building, top center, portrait of Christopher Gustavus Memminger, CSA Secretary of Treasury, lower right. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. 1st Series: Lithographed by J. T. Paterson & Co., Columbia, SC, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Includes two (2) sets of sequential Serial Numbers 62.246, 62.247/ pp A, printed on pink necessity paper, Serial Numbers 1958, 1959/ pp B, 4 bills total. 2nd Series: Engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC, printed by Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC. Serial numbers 167782/ pp C, 156703/ pp E, 2 bills total. 28th-31st items: Four (4) $5 bills, Series 3-5, and unspecified, issued in Richmond, VA, February 17, 1864, lithographed by Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Vignette of the Virginia State Capitol Building, top center, portrait of Christopher Gustavus Memminger, CSA Secretary of Treasury, lower right. For Register/For Treasurer signatures. 3rd Series: Serial Number 92056/ pp D, 1 bill total. Series 4: Serial Number 32240/ pp E, 1 bill total. 5th Series: Serial Number 83240/ pp H, 1 bill total. Unspecified Series: Serial Number 86171/ pp H, 1 bill total. Bills approximately 3" H x 6 7/8" W. Mid 19th century. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: All bills in circulated condition. [See more photos →]

$960.00
817 Lot 817: Obsolete & Confederate Bills w/ Fullton Letter Obsolete & Confederate Bills w/ Fullton Letter Lot 817: Obsolete & Confederate Bills w/ Fullton Letter

Twenty-Four (24) Obsolete/Confederate States of America (CSA) bills, one (1) Overton Fullton ALS, 25 items total. 1st item: One (1) State of Georgia $10 bill, issued in Milledgeville, GA, February 1, 1863, engraved by Howell, Savannah, GA. Classical vignettes, left and right, Georgia State seal, top center. Serial Number 6785/ pp A. Auditor/Treasurer signatures. 2nd item: One (1) State of Mississippi $10 bill, July 1, 1862. Vignettes of a maiden and a youth, left and right, vignette of a train, top center. Serial Number 21107. For Compr. General/For Treasurer signatures. 3rd item: One (1) State of Georgia $4 bill, issued in Milledgeville, GA, January 1, 1864, engraved by Howell. Agricultural vignettes, left and right, vignette of a goddess, top center, Georgia state seal, lower center. Serial Number 14721/ pp A. For Compr. General/For Treasurer signatures. 4th item: One (1) State of Mississippi $3 bill, issued in Jackson, MS, April 1, 1862. Vignette of a ship, left, vignette of a maiden in a sailor's uniform, lower right, vignette of a train, top center, vignette of a dog, lower center. Serial Number 5861. Auditor/Treasurer signatures. 5th item: One (1) The Exchange Bank of Virginia $3 bill, issued in Richmond, VA, May 3, 1862. Classical vignette, left, Virginia state seal, top center. Serial Number 3591/ pp A. For Cashier/For President signatures. 6th item: One (1) State of North Carolina $2 bill, issued in Raleigh, NC, October 6, 1861, lithographed by F. W. Bornemann, Charleston, SC. Serial Number 1437/ pp D. For Public Treasurer signature. 7th item: One (1) The Bank of Washtenaw, Michigan $1 bill, issued in Ann Arbor, MI, May 9, 1835, engraved by Draper, Toppan, Longacre, and Company, Philadelphia, PA, New York, NY. Vignette of a Native American, left, vignette of an early train, right, classical vignette, top center, vignette of a dog, lower center. Serial Number 495/ pp A. Cashier/President Signatures. 8th-9th items: Two (2) State of North Carolina $1 bills, issued in Raleigh, NC, October 13-14, 1861. Classical vignette, left, image of a ship, center. Serial Number 88/ pp B, 10300/ pp B. For Public Treasurer signatures. 10th item: One (1) State of Mississippi $1 bill, Jackson, MS, May 1, 1862. Vignettes of a maiden and a youth, left and right, vignette of a train, top center. Serial Number 184599/ pp. Auditor/Treasurer signatures. 11th item: One (1) State of Georgia $1 bill, issued in Milledgeville, GA, January 1, 1863, engraved by Howell. Vignette of a train, top center. Serial Number 9815/ pp C. For Compr. General/For Treasurer signatures. 12th item: One (1) State of Georgia, Wills Valley Railroad Company $1 bill, April 1, 1872. Vignette of a train, left. President signature. 13th item: One (1) State of North Carolina 75 cents fractional note, issued in Raleigh, NC, January 1, 1863, engraved by J.T. Paterson & Co., Augusta, GA. Vignette of Industry with a beehive, top center. Serial Number 388/ pp M. For Public Treasurer signature. 14th-17th items: Four (4) State of North Carolina 50 fractional notes, three (3) September 1, 1862, one (1) January 1, 1863, issued in Raleigh, NC, engraved by J.T. Paterson & Co., Augusta, GA. Vignette of a sailing ship, top center. Three (3) September 1, 1862 bills. Serial Number 219, 277, 289. One (1) January 1, 1863 bills. Serial Number [blank]/ pp H. For Public Treasurer signatures. 18th-19th items: Two (2) State of Alabama 50 cents fractional note, issued in Montgomery, AL, January 1, 1863, engraved by J.T. Paterson & Co., Augusta, GA. Vignette of the map of Alabama on a tree, top center, portrait of Lucy Pickens, the "Queen of the Confederacy", lower right. Serial Number 17378/ pp F, 15495 pp K. John Gill Shorter, Governor facsimile signature. 20th item: One (1) State of Georgia 50 cents fractional note, issued in Milledgeville, GA, January 1, 1863, engraved by Howell. Vignette of three men, top center. Serial Number 39370/ pp D. For Compr. General/For Treasurer signatures. 21st item: One (1) Planters Bank, Pulaski, Tennessee 25 cents fractional note, issued in Nashville, TN, January 2, 1862, Dan Adams, Nashville, TN. Serial Number 1196. Cashier signature. 22nd item: One (1) State of Georgia, Wills Valley Railroad Company 25 cents fractional note, April 1, 1862. Vignette of a train, top center. President signature. 23rd item: One (1) State of North Carolina 25 cents fractional note, issued in Raleigh, NC, September 1, 1862, engraved by J.T. Paterson & Co., Augusta, GA. Vignette of a goddess, lower left. Serial Number 319/ pp D. For Public Treasurer signature. 24th item: One (1) Confederate States of America (CSA) Loan coupon, February 20, 1863. Coupon reads "The Confederate States of America Will pay to bearer Three 50/100 Dollars for Six Months Interest due July 1st 1864 on Bond No. 10628 for $1000". For Register of Treasury signature. Bills range in size from 1 5/8" H x 3 1/8" W to 3 1/8" H x 7 5/8" W. Early/mid 19th century. 25th item: ALS. One page handwritten letter. From Overton Fullton, Franklin, TN, to Mr. M.D. Sullivan, Pulaski, TN, April 14, 1925. Fullton references some obsolete bank notes that he is sending to Sullivan writing "In accordance with my promise I take pleasure in enclosing a few of the old bank notes I told you of last Saturday night–Trust you may find them interesting–use them as you see fit–Yours Truly– Overton Fullton". 10 1/8" H x 7 1/8" W. Early 20th century. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: 1st-24th items: All bills in circulated condition. 25th item: Overall good condition with some insect damage, tears, to letter. Fullton signature in good condition. [See more photos →]

$960.00
359 Lot 359: 19th C. German Portrait of a Composer 19th C. German Portrait of a Composer Lot 359: 19th C. German Portrait of a Composer

19th century German oval oil on canvas portrait painting depicting a young male composer or musician attired in a black dress coat with bright red lapel and cuffs and seated at a piano composing music. Initialed mid right margin "J.E." above the numbers "860". Additional paper label en verso with illegible German script and dated Feb. 25, 1825. Housed in a carved gilt wood frame with floral embellishments and a green velvet liner. Sight – 17 3/8" H x 13" W. Framed – 25" H x 20 3/4" W. Provenance: The collection of internationally known ragtime pianist and historian Johnny Maddox, Gallatin, TN. CONDITION: Overall light craquelure, some discoloration to velvet, a couple of pinprick losses lower mid margin. [See more photos →]

$900.00
364 Lot 364: Cuzco School,  Archangel with Arquebus Cuzco School, Archangel with Arquebus Lot 364: Cuzco School,  Archangel with Arquebus

Spanish Colonial Cusco School painting, after "Asiel Timor Dei" by Jose Lopez de los Rios, also known as the Master of Calamarca, oil on canvas laid down on board, depicting an angel dressed in 16th century style clothing, holding a rifle and standing in an outdoor setting. Housed in a 20th century frame. Sight – 11-7/8" H x 8-1/8" W. Framed – 16-3/4" H x 13" W. Attr. Peru, 18th century. Note: the Bolivian painter Jose Lopez de los Rios and his workshop turned out a number of paintings depicting angels carrying harquebus guns during the late 17th and 18th centuries. Such paintings, intended to graphically illustrate "The Fear of God,"continued to be produced through the 19th century, primarily in areas visited by missionaries including Peru, Bolivia, and Argentina. Provenance: The estates of Olen Bryant and the late Vanderbilt University art professor Thomas Brumbaugh, Clarksville, Tennessee, from the collection of Fernando Juarez Frias, author of the book "Retablos Populares Mexicanos: Iconografia Religiosa del Siglo XIX". CONDITION: Canvas laid to board, edges cut. Overall moderate cracquelure with cleavage and 5 areas of loss, largest 1/2"H x 1/4"W. Few scattered pinpoint holes center left. Surface dust. [See more photos →]

$900.00
564 Lot 564: Warren Platner Knoll Stool, labeled Warren Platner Knoll Stool, labeled Lot 564: Warren Platner Knoll Stool, labeled

Warren Platner for Knoll wire stool with the original wood top retaining the Knoll label, atop a circular wire base with shaped waist. 18" H x 15 3/4" dia. Mid-20th century. CONDITION: Overall very good condition, very light wear. [See more photos →]

$900.00
597 Lot 597: 3 Cherokee Rivercane Baskets 3 Cherokee Rivercane Baskets Lot 597: 3 Cherokee Rivercane Baskets

Group of three (3) Native American Cherokee rivercane baskets, including one (1) miniature waste basket form with bloodroot and walnut dyed weavers, one (1) square form basket with fixed handle and bloodroot and walnut dyed weavers, and one (1) square form with tapered body, fixed handle and bloodroot and walnut dyed weavers. Ranging in size from 7 3/4" H x 6" W x 5 3/4" W to 8" H x 6 1/2" W. All 20th century. Provenance: Nancy Walton Collection, Gatlinburg, TN. CONDITION: Waste basket with one area of loss to the side, larger square form basket with one break to the rim and one to the side. Smallest basket overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$900.00
634 Lot 634: Black Americana Dancing Automaton Black Americana Dancing Automaton Lot 634: Black Americana Dancing Automaton

Folk Art clockwork dancing automaton comprised of two (2) articulated and painted wooden African American female figures, mounted atop an oak box, the interior fitted with clockwork gears and one side with a decal of a young woman. Figures – 5 5/8" H, 9 3/4" H x 6 1/4" W x 3 1/2" D. American, 2nd half 19th century. CONDITION: Gears functional. Abrasions and wear to figures, wear and tear to clothing, Losses to decal. [See more photos →]

$900.00
8 Lot 8: Chinese Bronze Censer, Horse & Scholar Chinese Bronze Censer, Horse & Scholar Lot 8: Chinese Bronze Censer, Horse & Scholar

Chinese bronze two-piece incense burner comprised of a horse with scholar atop his back. Horse is modeled standing and fitted with bridle and saddle. The rider is dressed in a robe and decorated hat, with raised right arm and pointed index finger, and holds a scroll. Unmarked. 12 3/4" H x 12" L x 4 1/4" D. Likely Qing dynasty. Note: Acquired by the consignor's father during his travels in the Far East in the 1950's. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with nice, old patina and general surface wear. [See more photos →]

$896.00
232 Lot 232: Large Herend Porcelain Lidded Urn, Chinese Bouquet Large Herend Porcelain Lidded Urn, Chinese Bouquet Lot 232: Large Herend Porcelain Lidded Urn, Chinese Bouquet

Large Herend porcelain covered urn or jar, ginger jar form in the green Chinese Bouquet pattern, the lid with large gilt finial. Blue Herend stamp mark and numbered on the base. 22 1/2" H x approx. 12 1/2" dia. 20th century. Note: Items were purchased by the consignor while traveling in Hungary. CONDITION: Overall excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$896.00
293 Lot 293: 5 Confederate Items, incl. Leather Holster/Cap Box, Chevron, Colt, ALS 5 Confederate Items, incl. Leather Holster/Cap Box, Chevron, Colt, ALS Lot 293: 5 Confederate Items, incl. Leather Holster/Cap Box, Chevron, Colt, ALS

Two (2) Confederate Leather Items, one (1) Corporal of Artillery Chevron, one (1) Relic Colt Pocket, one (1) ALS, 5 items total. 1st item: Confederate Leather Flap Holster for a Colt Pocket Model Revolver. Brown leather, single stitched with single tool lining on the flap, single leather loop on back. 9 3/4" H x 5" W. 2nd item: Leather Cap Box. Black leather, single stitched with square outer flap. Includes brass finial, belt loop, and closure tab. 3 3/4" H x 3 3/8" W x 2 3/8" D. 3rd item: Corporal of Artillery Chevron Patch. Red chevron on grey Confederate cloth removed from a uniform. 10 1/4" H x 8" W. 4th item: Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver, .38 caliber, serial number 37824, all visible serial numbers matching. Top of barrel marked "Address Col. Colt London", cylinder marked "Colt's Patent". Walnut stocks, octagonal barrel, brass trigger guard and back strap, iron mounted, standard front sight, loading lever. Barrel length – 5". Overall length – 11". Serial number corresponds to year 1852. 5th item: ALS. One page handwritten letter. By order of the General States Rights Gist, South Carolina State Adjutant and Inspector General, to Captain Thomas, Arsenal Keeper, Columbia, South Carolina, October 19, 1864. The letter reads "Sir, You will cancel the bonds for sabres given by Captain Hammond and R.G. Lamar, and take the bond of Captain L.D. Twiggs and T.W. Watley in exchange there for". Float mounted under glass in a black wooden frame. Letter – 9 7/8" H x 7 7/8" W. Framed – 15 1/8" H x 12 1/8" W. Biography: States Rights Gist (1831-1864) was a lawyer, a militia general in South Carolina, and a Confederate Army brigadier general who served during the American Civil War. A relative of several prominent South Carolinians, Gist rose to fame during the war but was killed before its end at the Battle of Franklin on November 30, 1864. His name was based on the Southern states' rights doctrine of nullification politics of his father, Nathaniel Gist. Nathaniel Gist was a disciple of John C. Calhoun and chose his son's name to reflect his own political sentiments. (See The Confederacy: Selections from the Four-Volume Macmillan Encyclopedia of the Confederacy. Simon & Schuster Macmillan, New York, 1993, p. 480). Provenance: Estate of Jim Mackoney, Landrum, SC. CONDITION: 1st item: Well used condition. Plug is not present. 2nd item: Overall good condition. Leather is stiff. 3rd item: Area of moth damage and a hole to the diamond area, otherwise in overall good condition. Very rough, as found condition. All serial numbers have been filed off, some are still visible. The wood grips have been replaced. The wedge is replaced with a piece of wood. More or less a parts gun that is intact. 5th item: Overall good condition. [See more photos →]

$896.00
455 Lot 455: 8 Steiff Sterling Silver Water Goblets 8 Steiff Sterling Silver Water Goblets Lot 455: 8 Steiff Sterling Silver Water Goblets

Set of eight (8) Steiff sterling silver water goblets, numbered 0801 with Steiff hallmarks on the base. All with script "B" monogram. 6-1/2" H. 45.85 total troy ounces. CONDITION: Monogrammed, overall light use wear. [See more photos →]

$896.00
538 Lot 538: Kaleidoscope IV (A-13) by Sacklarian Kaleidoscope IV (A-13) by Sacklarian Lot 538: Kaleidoscope IV (A-13) by Sacklarian

Stephen Sacklarian (American, 1889-1983) acrylic on canvas abstract expressionist painting titled "Kaleidoscope IV A-13" depicting grid shaped sections four across by six down with portraits in each. Signed lower right, dated "76', lower left. Titled en verso. Unframed. Canvas – 76" H x 55 3/4" W. 20th century. Provenance: Property of the Mississippi Museum of Art, deaccessioned to benefit the acquisitions fund. Biography: Stephen Sacklarian was born in Bulgaria and emigrated to the United States in 1911. He attended Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania before pursuing an education in Art from The Pennsylvania University of the Fine Arts. He additionally studied at the T-Square Club, the Philadelphia College of Art, the Fleisher Memorial Art School and with the sculptor Paul Manship. His early works were realist in nature, but in the mid 1960's Sacklarian began painting in a blend of modern and abstract expressionism, with elements of cubism, for which he would become best known. (Source: Modern American Painting by John McCoubrey). CONDITION: Unframed, overall very good condition. Previously rolled. [See more photos →]

$896.00
662 Lot 662: Trouvailles French Empire Style Metal Drum Table Trouvailles French Empire Style Metal Drum Table Lot 662: Trouvailles French Empire Style Metal Drum Table

Trouvailles Inc., Watertown, MA, French Empire style metal drum table having a removable inset circular tray with gilt swan tray supports, single cupboard door and turned legs with gilt embellishments. Original label to the underside. 23 1/4" H x 25 1/4" dia. American, 20th century. Provenance: Private Kentucky collection. CONDITION: Rusting to top and base of tray, also to top of table. Overall general wear. [See more photos →]

$896.00
682 Lot 682: 14K Lady's Diamond Hamilton Watch 14K Lady's Diamond Hamilton Watch Lot 682: 14K Lady's Diamond Hamilton Watch

Lady's 14K white gold Hamilton movement dress watch in a barrel shape case which holds thirty round diamonds; the bracelet also has thirty round diamonds. The sixty round diamonds together weigh an estimated 2.75 cts, approximately VS2-SI1 clarity and F-H color. 6-1/2" long with safety chain. 21 grams complete. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: In working condition at time of inspection. Engraved on back of case. [See more photos →]

$896.00
684 Lot 684: Italian Gold Enamel pin + Lapis earrings Italian Gold Enamel pin + Lapis earrings Lot 684: Italian Gold Enamel pin + Lapis earrings

18K pin with 14K lapis earrings. 1st item: Italian 18K yellow gold blue and green enamel flower pin with .20 ct round brillant diamond at center. Marked on back: 18K Italy. 1 5/8" diameter x 5/8" H. 21.5 grams. 2nd item: Pair of oval 14K lapis lazuli earrings with clip backs for non-pierced ears. Marked 585 on back. 13/16" x 11/16" W. 9.5 grams. CONDITION: All items in very good condition with minor surface grime. [See more photos →]

$896.00
707 Lot 707: Tiffany & International Sterling Silver Plates Tiffany & International Sterling Silver Plates Lot 707: Tiffany & International Sterling Silver Plates

Ten (10) sterling silver plates, including Tiffany & Co sterling plates. 1st-4th items: Set of four (4) Tiffany & Co. sterling silver bread and butter plates, maker's mark, Sterling and 20198 on back. 6 3/16" dia. Not monogrammed. 24.41 oz troy. 5th-10th items: Set of six (6) International Silver Co. sterling bread and butter plates, Lord Saybrook pattern, maker's mark, Sterling, 119 88, on back. One (1) plate with oval "International Sterling" sticker, on back. 6" dia. Not monogrammed. 17.75 oz troy. (42.16 total oz troy/10 items). CONDITION: No monograms. All plates with some surface wear. [See more photos →]

$896.00
838 Lot 838: 6 Sterling Goblets & 3 Sterling Juleps 6 Sterling Goblets & 3 Sterling Juleps Lot 838: 6 Sterling Goblets & 3 Sterling Juleps

Six (6) sterling silver goblets plus three (3) sterling julep cups, 9 items total. 1st-6th items: Six (6) Watrous sterling silver goblets with plain, bell shaped bowls and round feet, stamped with maker's name and number 193 50 on underside, 6 1/2" H. 7th-9th items: Three (3) sterling silver mint julep cups with threaded rims, stamped Newport Sterling 1660. 4" H. Combined weight of all items: 34.38 oz troy. Not monogrammed. CONDITION: Very good condition. Not monogrammed. [See more photos →]

$896.00
62 Lot 62: Emes and Barnard Sterling Cake Basket Emes and Barnard Sterling Cake Basket Lot 62: Emes and Barnard Sterling Cake Basket

English sterling silver bride's or cake basket, round footed form having a swing handle, with fluted and raised floral rim, acanthus leaf band below with monogrammed cartouches, and an anthemion decorated foot. Marks for Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I, 1820 date mark. 5 3/8" H x 12 3/4" dia. 34.910 troy ounces. CONDITION: Monogramed MEK, minor surface scratching. [See more photos →]

$840.00
234 Lot 234: Herend Porcelain Cachepot & 2 Herend Biscuit Jars Herend Porcelain Cachepot & 2 Herend Biscuit Jars Lot 234: Herend Porcelain Cachepot & 2 Herend Biscuit Jars

One (1) Herend porcelain multi-color cachepot and pair of Herend porcelain green lidded biscuit jars with naturalistic handles and feet, all in the Chinese Bouquet pattern. All with blue stamp mark and numbered on the bases. Cachepot – 6 1/2" H x 9 1/2" dia. Biscuit jars – 6 1/4" H x 8" dia. All 20th century. Note: Items were purchased by the consignor while traveling in Hungary. CONDITION: All pieces very good condition. [See more photos →]

$840.00
633 Lot 633: 6 Tennessee Split Oak Baskets, 4 w/ Paint 6 Tennessee Split Oak Baskets, 4 w/ Paint Lot 633: 6 Tennessee Split Oak Baskets, 4 w/ Paint

Six (6) Tennessee Split Oak Baskets. 1st item: Tennessee split oak buttocks basket with finely woven weavers and nailed construction. 9 /12" H x 12 1/2" W x 10 1/2" D. 2nd item: Tennessee round split oak handled basket with traces of red paint with indented center. 6 1/2" H x 7" D. 3rd-6th items: Group of four (4) miniature Tennessee split oak baskets, three with traces of paint or paint decorated, the natural basket attributed to Harold R. Evans. Ranging in size from 1 3/4" H x 2" D to 3 3/4" H x 4 7/8" D. Late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: Nancy Walton Collection, Gatlinburg, TN. CONDITION: Round basket with loss to weaver on side. Slight wear to paint on painted examples. [See more photos →]

$840.00
708 Lot 708: 43 pcs. Gorham Medici Sterling Silver Flatware 43 pcs. Gorham Medici Sterling Silver Flatware Lot 708: 43 pcs. Gorham Medici Sterling Silver Flatware

43 pieces Gorham sterling silver flatware in the Medici pattern. Includes 10 knives (9 1/8"), 10 forks (7 1/2"), 10 salad forks, 8 teaspoons, and 5 dessert or oval soup spoons (6 7/8"), all in a hinged lined fitted wood case marked Walco, 3" x 10" x 13". Not monogrammed. Combined weighable silver: 54.88 oz troy. CONDITION: Overall excellent condition. Not monogrammed. Case in very good condition. [See more photos →]

$840.00
793 Lot 793: 3 20th Century European Automatic Pistols, 7.65mm cal 3 20th Century European Automatic Pistols, 7.65mm cal Lot 793: 3 20th Century European Automatic Pistols, 7.65mm cal

Three (3) 20th century European semi automatic pistols, 7.65mm caliber. 1st item: WWII German J.P. Sauer and Sohn Model 38H Double Action Automatic Pistol, 7.65mm caliber (same as .32 USA), serial number 303665, visible right side of frame. Left side of chamber marked "J.P. Shuer & Sohn, Suhl" and "CHL 7.65", right side of chamber marked "PATENT", German acceptance proofs including Nazi eagle left and right side of chamber and frame. Checkered black Bakelite grips with "SuS" logo on left side, metal frame, military-finish blued, hidden hammer, standard sights. Includes one (1) magazine clip. Barrel length – 3 1/2". Overall length – 6 1/2". 2nd item: End of WWII Italian Beretta Model M1934, 7.65mm caliber (same as .32 USA), serial number 614063, visible right side of frame. Right side of frame marked "CAL 765", left side of frame with inspection marks. Black Bakelite grips with initial cartouche, round barrel, metal frame, standard sights. Includes one (1) magazine clip. Barrel length – 3 1/2". Overall length – 6 3/4". 3rd item: Italian Beretta Model M1934, 7.65mm caliber (same as .32 USA), serial number 613966, visible right side of frame and chamber. Left side of chamber marked "P. Beretta CAL 9 CCRTO Mo 1934 Brevettato Gardone V.T. 1937 XV", left side of frame with inspection marks. Black Bakelite grips with initial cartouche, round barrel, metal frame, standard sights. Includes one (1) magazine clip. Barrel length – 3 1/2". Overall length – 7". Lot includes two (2) brown faux leather holsters, 8" x 10 1/4". Most firearms made after 1898 require passing an FFL background check prior to transfer. Please be prepared with proper identification and information. If you do not reside in Tennessee, an FFL dealer in your state is required to complete the transfer. CONDITION: 1st item: Functional but cannot guarantee ability to fire. Bluing present with some loss to chamber and barrel. Areas of rust to chamber surrounding rear sight. 2nd item: Functional but cannot guarantee ability to fire. No serial number on the barrel/slide (possibly refurbished barrel/slide or remanufactured). Bluing is worn off to frame and barrel, areas of rust. 3rd item: Functional but cannot guarantee ability to fire. Bluing is worn off on the barrel, areas of rust. [See more photos →]

$840.00
808 Lot 808: 304 Barber Silver Half Dollars, Quarters, & Dimes 304 Barber Silver Half Dollars, Quarters, & Dimes Lot 808: 304 Barber Silver Half Dollars, Quarters, & Dimes

Three hundred and four (304) Barber Silver Half Dollars, Quarters, and Dimes. 1st-52nd items: Fifty-two (52) Barber Half Dollars, including one (1) 1893, one (1) 1895, one (1) 1897, two (2) 1899, two (2) 1900, two (2) 1901, two (2) 1902, four (4) 1903, two (2) 1904, three (3) 1906, eight (8) 1907, ten (10) 1908, six (6) 1909, one (1) 1910, three (3) 1911, two (2) 1912, and two (2) 1915. 19.35 total troy ounces. 53rd-125th items: Seventy-three (73) Barber Quarters, including two (2) 1892, one (1) 1895, one (1) 1896, three (3) 1897, four (4) 1898, seven (7) 1899, one (1) 1900, seven (7) 1902, two (2) 1903, four (4) 1904, one (1) 1905, four (4) 1907, six (6) 1908, seven (7) 1909, three (3) 1911, one (1) 1912, one (1) 1913, nine (9) 1914, three (3) 1915, and five (5) 1916. 13.23 total troy ounces. 126th-304th items: One hundred seventy-nine (179) Barber Dimes, including one (1) 1893, one (1) 1897, two (2) 1898, four (4) 1899, two (2) 1900, two (2) 1901, nine (9) 1902, eight (8) 1903, four (4) 1904, two (2) 1905, eight (8) 1906, twelve (12) 1907, eight (8) 1908, seven (7) 1909, six (6) 1910, nineteen (19) 1911, twenty-four (24) 1912, eleven (11) 1913, twenty (20) 1914, nine (9) 1915, twelve (12) 1916, and eight (8) illegible, 12.93 total troy ounces. 45.51 total ounces troy for all coins. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Circulated condition. [See more photos →]

$840.00
226 Lot 226: Pr. Royal Vienna Cabinet Plates, Berg and Bauer Pr. Royal Vienna Cabinet Plates, Berg and Bauer Lot 226: Pr. Royal Vienna Cabinet Plates, Berg and Bauer

Pair of Royal Vienna hand painted porcelain cabinet plates, beehive marks, Cupido U. Aglaia and Liberspiel (Love Game) signed Berg and Bauer. Both with gilt encrusted burgundy, pink and blue borders and blue underglaze beehive marks. 6 1/2" dia. German, Circa 1900. Property of the Hunter Museum of Art, being sold to benefit future acquisitions. CONDITION: Both plates overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$832.00
367 Lot 367: Russian Greek Orthodox Icon, tempera on panel Russian Greek Orthodox Icon, tempera on panel Lot 367: Russian Greek Orthodox Icon, tempera on panel

Russian Greek Orthodox Icon, tempera on wood panel, depicting the Madonna and Child with male Saint, Cyrillic inscriptions above their heads. Label en verso identifies figures as Madonna of Skopiotissa with holy infant Jesus and St. Spiridon and states it dates from the late 18th to early 19th century and was purchased from Liros Gallery, Blue Hill, Maine. Black ink inscription below identifies the male saint as St. Tryphon or Triphon. 11 1/8" H x 15 3/4" W x 1/2" D. Provenance: The Estates of Olen Bryant and the late Vanderbilt University art professor Thomas Brumbaugh, Clarksville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Overall craquelure and scattered shrinkage. Some insect damage visible to sides of panel. Hole top center 1/4"W and surface losses center, largest 1/4" x 1 1/2" area. Blacklight shows scattered inpainting to Mary's face and hands, Saint's hat, and in background. [See more photos →]

$832.00
412 Lot 412: Paul E Harney Oil on Canvas Portrait of a Man Paul E Harney Oil on Canvas Portrait of a Man Lot 412: Paul E Harney Oil on Canvas Portrait of a Man

Paul E. Harney, Jr. (Illinois, Missouri, 1850-1915) oil on canvas portrait depicting an older gentleman wearing a blue shirt and a red and white kerchief reading a book. Signed and dated left mid-margin "Paul E. Harney '90". Housed in a simple gilt wood frame with artist's placard lower frame edge. Sight – 15 1/2" H x 11 5/8" W. Framed – 18 1/4" H x 14 1/4" W. CONDITION: Painting housed under glass. Some areas of paint losses to the perimeter, rubbing to the edges of the gilt frame. [See more photos →]

$832.00
474 Lot 474: 4 Pcs. Chinese Blue & White Export  Porcelain 4 Pcs. Chinese Blue & White Export Porcelain Lot 474: 4 Pcs. Chinese Blue & White Export  Porcelain

Four (4) pieces of Chinese Export blue and white porcelain, including one (1) small bowl with foliate decoration, one (1) saucer with bird, auspicious symbol and foliate decoration, and two (2) small ginger jars with foliate decoration and concentric band decoration to the necks and bases. Small bowl with Republic of the Philippines Office of the President National Museum registration stamp No. 0069408 underside of base. Ranging in size from 1 1/2" H x 7 1/4" dia. to 5 1/4" H. All pieces 19th century. CONDITION: Light craquelure to glaze of bowl, some firing flaws to saucer, otherwise all pieces overall good condition. [See more photos →]

$832.00
503 Lot 503: Pair of Signed Delft Lidded Urns Pair of Signed Delft Lidded Urns Lot 503: Pair of Signed Delft Lidded Urns

Pair of blue and white Delft tin glazed lidded jars. Both with shaped bodies, scenic figural landscape decoration, relief foliate decoration to the shoulders and conforming lids with dog finials. Marked on the base with a reverse K maker's mark, B/150 and P. Additionally numbered 17/6. 16 1/2" H. Late 19th century. CONDITION: One vase has old hairline to body. Repaired crack to one lid. [See more photos →]

$832.00
586 Lot 586: Native American Beaded Moccasins & Gloves, 2 Items Native American Beaded Moccasins & Gloves, 2 Items Lot 586: Native American Beaded Moccasins & Gloves, 2 Items

Native American beaded moccasins and gloves. 1st item: Native American, likely Sioux, full-beaded moccasins, white beaded ground with geometric designs in red, orange, yellow and blue, parfleche soles. 3 3/4" H x 8" L. 1st half 20th century. 2nd item: Pair of Native American Plains fringed and beaded gauntlet gloves, with bird, star and crescent moon decoration. 12 1/4" L x 7 1/4" W (w/out fringe). 1st half 20th century. Provenance: Nancy Walton Collection, Gatlinburg, TN. CONDITION: 1st item: Overall very good condition. Very minor losses to tongues of each shoe. 2nd item: Overall general use wear, some seam separation to non-beaded side in the center, beading loss to tip of one star of one glove. [See more photos →]

$832.00
587 Lot 587: 2 Western Hats w/ Native American Beaded Bands 2 Western Hats w/ Native American Beaded Bands Lot 587: 2 Western Hats w/ Native American Beaded Bands

Two (2) Western Hats with Native American beaded bands. 1st item: Indian Reservation Hat comprised of tan leather, conical crown and a five inch brim with a Plains geometric beaded and mirrored hat band. 7 1/4" H x 17" dia. Circa 1915. Note: Acquired in January 2000 from High Noon's 10th Annual Wild West Antique auction, lot 25. 2nd item: Native American top hat with beaded band, Diplomat brand silk top hat with a turquoise, coral and white beaded band, a 1916 Buffalo nickel and braided horse hair tassel. 5 1/8" H x 10 1/2" W x 12 1/4" D. Early 20th century. Provenance: Nancy Walton Collection, Gatlinburg, TN. CONDITION: 1st item: General use wear to hat. Beaded band with scattered losses to upper and lower edge beading, losses to mirrored beads. 2nd item: Losses to grosgrain trim of brim, curling of brim. Hole to one side of har with wear to top edges. Holes evident to front of hat indicting decoration loss. [See more photos →]

$832.00
635 Lot 635: 2 Sultan Rogers Folk Art Painted Carvings 2 Sultan Rogers Folk Art Painted Carvings Lot 635: 2 Sultan Rogers Folk Art Painted Carvings

Two (2) Sulton Rogers (Mississippi, 1922-2003) carved and painted wood figures, including one depicting a woman wearing a low cut red dress and red high-heeled shoes; the other depicting a bald man wearing a black suit. Unsigned. 21 1/2" H and 16 1/4" H. 20th century. Provenance: Private Nashville, TN collection. CONDITION: Both with minor abrasions, a couple of areas of paint loss. Some scattered white spots on male figure. [See more photos →]

$832.00
761 Lot 761: 5 Truman Christmas Gifts, incl. Hand Signed Photograph 5 Truman Christmas Gifts, incl. Hand Signed Photograph Lot 761: 5 Truman Christmas Gifts, incl. Hand Signed Photograph

Five (5) Truman administration Christmas gifts, given to his White House presidential staff during his terms in office. 1st item: Truman signed photographic White House Christmas Card depicting the President and the First Lady Bess Truman boarding Air Force One. Hand signed by both in ink with black printed lettering reading "Christmas 1946" lower center. Matted and housed under glass in a gilt wood and black painted frame. Sight – 9" H x 6 5/8" W. Framed – 15 1/4" H x 12 1/2" W. 2nd item: Black leather Christmas ribbon with gilt lettering reading "'I would rather have peace in the world than be President' Christmas Greetings from The President and Mrs. Truman 1948" below a gilt Presidential seal. Housed under glass in a gilt wood frame with bead course running pattern. Ribbon – 11" H x 1 7/8" W. Sight – 14 7/8" H x 5 3/8" W. Framed – 17" H x 7 1/2" W. 3rd item: White House Christmas Card with two columns of black and colored printed text reading "Christmas Greetings 1950 As 1950 ebbs to its close our hearts turn once more to Bethlehem and to the coming of a little child, the Divine Infant that brought love to a weary world…" with printed signatures in blue ink from President Truman and the First Lady Bess Truman, lower right under text. Triple matted and housed under glass in a decorative gilt wood frame. Sight – 11 5/8" H x 8 1/2" W. Framed – 18 1/2" H x 15 5/8" W. 4th item: Photographic White House Christmas Card titled "Blair House–Temporary home of the President during the reconstruction of the White House 1948-1951". Black printed title lettering, lower left under image, printed black lettering reading "Christmas Greetings from the President and Mrs. Truman, 1951", lower center and right, with gilt Presidential seal, lower left. Housed under glass in a gilt wood frame. Sight – 10 3/4" H x 13 3/4" W. Framed – 12" H x 15" W. 5th item: Photographic White House Christmas Card titled "White House–View from the East Garden". Black printed title lettering, lower left under image, printed black lettering reading "Christmas Greetings from the President and Mrs. Truman, 1952", lower center and right, with gilt Presidential seal, lower left. Housed under glass in a gilt wood frame. Sight – 13 3/4" H x 10 3/4" W. Framed – 15" H x 12" W. All items mid 20th century. Provenance: From the estate of Captain Gordon Wells, member of the Secret Service's Uniformed Division, the White House Police, from 1943 through 1967. During his tenure, Wells received mementos from sitting Presidents and First ladies of 5 administrations, from Franklin Roosevelt through Lyndon B. Johnson. CONDITION: 1st item: Overall good condition with few dampstaining spots, signatures in strong, clear condition. Not examined outside of frame. 2nd item: Overall good condition with few bottom tassels missing. 3rd item: Overall very good condition. Note examined outside of frame. 4th item: Overall good condition with scuffs. Not examined outside of frame. 5th item: Overall good condition with scuffs, 1 1/4" area of creasing, lower left corner. Not examined outside of frame. [See more photos →]

$832.00
778 Lot 778: Mismatched Colt Model 1860 Army Revolver, .44 Caliber Mismatched Colt Model 1860 Army Revolver, .44 Caliber Lot 778: Mismatched Colt Model 1860 Army Revolver, .44 Caliber

Colt Model 1860 Army revolver, .44 caliber, mismatched serial numbers including 82346. Barrel marked "Address Col. Saml Colt New-York U.S. America", cylinder marked "Colts Patent No 2346" and "PAT Sept 10th 1850", right side of breech and top of back strap near trigger guard with military marks. Walnut stocks with faint cartouches to either side, round barrel, brass trigger guard, iron mounted with iron backstrap, checkered hammer, standard front sight, loading lever. Barrel length – 8". Overall length – 13 1/2". Serial number 82346 corresponds to year 1862. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: Action is good. Metal refinished. Replacement wedge. Several screws replaced. Cut fore stock. [See more photos →]

$832.00
789 Lot 789: 4 19th/20th Cent. American or European Knives 4 19th/20th Cent. American or European Knives Lot 789: 4 19th/20th Cent. American or European Knives

Four (4) American or European knives. 1st item: Clip Point Bowie Knife with Brass Sheath. Bone hilt, brass pommel ferrule with two incised lines, and oval guard, blade flat on the left side and beveled on the right side. Sheet brass sheath with decorated throat, middle mount, toe, and hanger. Unmarked. Blade length – 11 3/8". Overall length with sheath – 16 3/8". 2nd item: Spear Point Side Knife with Original Leather Scabbard. Octagonal black gutta percha hilt, nickel silver pommel, ferrule, and S shaped guard, spear point blade, red leather scabbard with sheet brass throat and a button for the frog. Ricasso with later mark reading "…EW ORLEAN…" likely for New Orleans. Blade length – 10 1/4". Overall length with scabbard – 15 3/4". 3rd item: Side Knife with Original Leather Scabbard. Walnut hilt, brass pommel, ferrule, and scalloped S shaped guard, stopped fuller blade, brown leather scabbard. Unmarked. Blade length – 9". Overall length with scabbard – 14 1/2". 4th item: Spear Point Brass Mounted Dagger with Brass Sheath. Brass hilt, pommel, guard, and sheath with embossed floral motifs, spear point blade. Pommel marked "IXL", sheath marked "101". Blade length – 5". Overall length with sheath – 9 1/2". All items late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. CONDITION: 1st item: Blade in overall good condition with casting flaws. Bone handle with age cracks. 2nd item: Blade in overall very good condition. The leather scabbard is in exceptional condition, stitching is tight, there are no breaks or tears. 3rd item: Blade in overall good condition. The leather scabbard is intact, strong and supple. 4th item: Blade in overall very good condition. Areas of tarnish to brass. [See more photos →]

$832.00
812 Lot 812: 17 CSA/Obsolete Bills, incl. McDonald BN signed 17 CSA/Obsolete Bills, incl. McDonald BN signed Lot 812: 17 CSA/Obsolete Bills, incl. McDonald BN signed

Seventeen (17) Confederate States of America (CSA) and Southern Obsolete banknotes, inc. McDonald Battalion signed. 1st item: One (1) $10 bill, signed by Robert J. Rhodes, 3rd (Forrest's Old) Cavalry Regiment, known as McDonald Battalion after the Battle of Shiloh, April 6-7, 1862. Issued in Richmond, VA, February 17, 1864, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC, printed by Evans and Cogswell, Charleston, SC. Vignette of a battle scene, top center, portrait of Robert M.T. Hunter, CSA Secretary of State and Confederate Senator, lower right. Serial Number 52954/ pp B. Blue crayon inscription reads "Robt_J Rhodes/Whiteville/McDonald Battalion Tenn/Forrest Old Reg_/Co_E" en verso. Note: 3rd (Forrest's Old) Cavalry Regiment was organized at Memphis, Tennessee, in October, 1861, as an eight-company battalion. In January, 1862, it was increased to regimental size. The history of this unit is very complex because over twenty companies from Tennessee, Kentucky, Texas, Mississippi, and Louisiana were attached to it at one time or another. After the Battle of Shiloh, four companies were transferred to the 4th (Russell's) Alabama Cavalry Regiment and thereafter it was called 18th or 26th Battalion, Balch's Battalion, and McDonald's Battalion. It fought at Fort Donelson and Shiloh, and during April, 1862, contained 463 effectives. The unit was attached to Forrest's, F.C. Armstrong's, and E.W. Rucker's Brigade, and served in the Army of Tennessee and the Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana. It confronted the Federals in Tennessee, Mississippi, Kentucky, and Alabama, and surrendered in May, 1865. The field officers were Colonels Nathan B. Forrest and David C. Kelley; Lieutenant Colonels P.T. Allin, Robert M. Balch, and Edward E. Porter; and Majors James C. Blanton, William H. Forrest, Charles McDonald, and Edwin A. Spotswood. (source: https://www.nps.gov/civilwar/search-battle-units-detail.htm?battleUnitCode=CTN0003RC). 2nd item: One (1) $20 bill, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1861, printed by Blanton Duncan, Richmond, VA. Vignette of Industry behind the number "20" with Commerce and a beehive, top center, vignette of a goddess with an anchor and a palm tree, center right, portrait of Alexander Stephens, CSA Vice President, lower left. Serial Number 151151/ pp 7. 3rd item: One (1) $20 bill, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1861, engraved by Keatinge and Ball, Columbia, SC. Portrait of Alexander Stephens, CSA Vice President before a decorative vignette, top center. Serial Number 5891/ pp Y. 4th item: One (1) partial Bank of Commerce, Savannah, GA, $20 bill, 1857. Vignette of cattle, lower left, vignette of a boating scene, lower center. Serial number not present/ pp B. Cashier signature. 5th-6th items: Two (2) $10 bills, Series 2, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1861, printed by Blanton Duncan, Columbia, SC. Vignette of the painting General Marion Inviting a British Officer to Share His Meal by John Blake White, top center, portrait of Robert M.T. Hunter, CSA Secretary of State and Senator, lower left, vignette of the goddess Minerva, right. Serial Number 106545/ pp 8, [blank]/ pp 8. 7th item: One (1) $10 bill, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1862, printed by Hoyer and Ludwig, Richmond, VA. Vignette of Ceres, top center, portrait of Robert M.T. Hunter, CSA Secretary of State and Confederate Senator, lower right. Serial Number 9257/ pp l. 8th item: One (1) $5 bill, issued in Richmond, VA, September 2, 1861, lithographed by J. T. Paterson & Co., Columbia, SC. Vignette of Commerce seated, top center, vignette of a sailor, lower left. Serial Number 69657/ pp A. 9th item: One (1) partial Macon Savings Bank $5 bill, issued in Macon, GA, March 16, 1863, printed by Blanton Duncan, Columbia, SC. Vignette of two allegorical female figures, top center, vignette of a sailing ship, lower right. Serial Number 6592/ pp A. Cashier signature. 10th-14th item: Five (5) State of North Carolina $1 bills with sequential serial numbers, issued in Raleigh, NC, January 1, 1863, printed by J. T. Paterson & Co., Augusta, GA. Vignettes of Shipping and Industry flanking the number "1", top center. Serial Number 92, 93, 94, 95, 96/ pp B. For Public Treasurer signatures. 15th-16th items: Two (2) State of North Carolina 50 cents fractional notes, issued in Raleigh, NC, January 1, 1863, printed by J. T. Paterson & Co., Augusta, GA. Vignette of a sailing ship, top center. Serial Number 238/ pp O, [blank]/ pp L. For Public Treasurer signatures. 17th item: One (1) State of Alabama 50 cents fractional note, issued in Montgomery, AL, January 1, 1863, engraved by J.T. Paterson & Co., Augusta, GA. Vignette of the map of Alabama on a tree, top center, portrait of Lucy Pickens, the "Queen of the Confederacy", lower right. Serial Number 1909/ pp K. John Gill Shorter, Governor facsimile signature. Majority of bills with For Register/For Treasurer signatures unless specified. Bills range in size from 2 1/2" H x 5" W to 3 1/4" H x 7 1/2" W. Mid 19th century. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: All bills in circulated condition. 4th item: Lower center to top right of bill is not present, including serial number and part of second signature. 9th item: Left side of bill with vignette is not present. [See more photos →]

$832.00
847 Lot 847: 53 Pcs. Towle Rambler Rose Sterling Flatware 53 Pcs. Towle Rambler Rose Sterling Flatware Lot 847: 53 Pcs. Towle Rambler Rose Sterling Flatware

53 pieces Towle Rambler Rose pattern sterling silver flatware, including 8 dinner knives (8 5/8" L), 8 dinner forks (7 3/8" L), 8 salad forks (6 5/8" L), 16 teaspoons (6" L), 4 iced teaspoons, 4 soup spoons, 1 sugar spoon, 1 gravy ladle, 1 pickle/olive fork, 1 cold meat serving fork, and 1 pie and cake server. No monograms. Lot includes one fitted wooden box. 49.72 total weighable troy ounces. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with surface scratches. Pieces not monogrammed. [See more photos →]

$832.00
113 Lot 113: Charles Edwin Lewis Green O/C, Coastal Landscape Charles Edwin Lewis Green O/C, Coastal Landscape Lot 113: Charles Edwin Lewis Green O/C, Coastal Landscape

Charles Edwin Lewis Green (American 1844-1915) oil on paperboard landscape painting depicting a rocky shoreline, rendered in a thick impasto technique. Signed lower right. Housed in a period carved gilt wood frame. Sight – 9 1/2" H x 13 1/2" W. Framed – 22" H x 18" W. Late 19th century. Biography: A native of Lynn, Massachusetts, Charles Green became an artist committed to painting American subject matter, especially the marine and landscape scenes of his native area. He was part of the seven "Lynn Beach Painters" that included his close friend, Charles Woodbury. Green had his first one-man show in 1886 at the J Eastman Chase Gallery, one of Boston's most prestigious exhibition venues at that time. In 1906, Green moved from Boston to his hometown of Lynn where in 1909, he became one of the founders of the Lynn Art Club. He is remembered as a major influence on succeeding generations of painters inspired to paint local marine scenes of the Boston area. Source: Michael David Zellman, "300 Years of American Art" CONDITION: Craquelure throughout, some chipping along edges. [See more photos →]

$780.00
421 Lot 421: Sterling Strauser O/B, Still Life Floral Painting Sterling Strauser O/B, Still Life Floral Painting Lot 421: Sterling Strauser O/B, Still Life Floral Painting

Sterling Boyd Strauser (Pennsylvania, 1907-1995) oil on board still life painting depicting a vase of flowers rendered in a heavy impasto technique in shades of red, pink, orange, green, brown, and white. Signed and dated "Strauser 64" lower right. Housed in a gilt wood frame. Sight – 13 3/8" H 10 1/2" W. Framed – 17 5/8" H x 14 5/8" W. American, mid 20th century. Biography: Strauser was born in Bloomsburg, PA. and spent most of his life in East Stroudsburg, PA. Alongside his painting, he worked at the International Boiler Works in East Stroudsburg, PA for 32 years until his retirement in 1962. Throughout his career he maintained correspondence with American artists Victor Joseph Gatto (1893-1965) and Jack Savitsky (1910-1991), both of whom have works exhibited in the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington D.C. Strauser's works have been exhibited at Belmont University and the Lyzon Gallery both in Nashville, TN. However, many of his pieces are in permanent collections at the Sterling Strauser Gallery at the East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania, the American Museum in Bath, England, the Everhart Museum in Scranton, PA, and Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, as well as numerous other museums, and private and corporate collections. (source: East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania). CONDITION: Overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$780.00
621 Lot 621: G. Sether, Oil on Canvas, View Mt. Hood G. Sether, Oil on Canvas, View Mt. Hood Lot 621: G. Sether, Oil on Canvas, View Mt. Hood

Gulbrand Sether (Illinois/Norway, 1869-1941) oil on canvas landscape painting titled "Mount Hood, Oregon" depicting Mt. Hood with sunlight hitting the mountain top and reflecting on water below. Signed lower right. Sight: 17 1/2" x 29 5/8", Framed: 23 5/8" x 35 5/8". Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with light craquelure. Some abrasions to frame, mainly to corners and molding at top front. [See more photos →]

$780.00
659 Lot 659: Miniature Inlaid Mahogany Spice Cabinet Miniature Inlaid Mahogany Spice Cabinet Lot 659: Miniature Inlaid Mahogany Spice Cabinet

Miniature mahogany spice cabinet, molded rectangular top with inlaid four-point star, arched double panel door opening to reveal two half length dovetailed drawers over three full length dovetailed drawers. Molded base. Door and drawer with carved bone pulls. 10 1/2" H x 9 3/4" W x 5 7/8" D. Likely English or Continental, mid 19th century. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Some scattered abrasions and wear, interior drawers lined with felt. Small holes drilled to back, presumably for hanging. [See more photos →]

$780.00
257 Lot 257: 3 Civil War era Newspapers, incl. Columbia Phoenix 3 Civil War era Newspapers, incl. Columbia Phoenix Lot 257: 3 Civil War era Newspapers, incl. Columbia Phoenix

Three (3) Civil War era Newspapers, including Soldier's News-Letter and Columbia Phoenix. 1st item: Civil War era Union Soldier's News-Letter, Saturday, May 10, 1862, Vol. I, No. I, Ship Island, Harrison Co., MS. Includes articles about the capture of New Orleans, Fort Jackson and Fort Phillip, information about the movement of the federal fleet and troops, and deaths in the 30th Massachusetts Regiment and 8th Regiment Vermont Volunteers. Also included is an article predicting that the war would soon be over. 9 1/4" H x 6" W. 2nd-3rd items: Two (2) Civil War era Confederate States of America (CSA) Newspapers, The Columbia Phoenix, Thursday March 23, 1865, Vol. I, No. II and No. III, by Julian A. Selby, Columbia, SC. Includes articles about the capture, sacking, and destruction of the city of Columbia, South Carolina, copies of General Joseph E. Johnston's Report, a message from CSA President Jefferson Davis, descriptions of the Sherman's troops looting the city, a list of fire damaged buildings, news from the war's other fronts, a transcript of correspondence between Confederate general Wade Hampton and Union General W. T. Sherman, and a list of people who were believed to have followed the Federal army. 8 1/2" H x 22 1/2" W. Note: The Columbia Phoenix (1865-78) arose out of the charred remains of Columbia, the capital city of South Carolina, in the aftermath of the Civil War to record its losses and bear witness to its gradual recovery. A triweekly newspaper, the Phoenix first appeared on Tuesday, March 21, 1865, mere weeks after fires had razed a third of the city. (source: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84027004/). CONDITION: Overall good condition with foxing spots, toning, areas of dampstaining. [See more photos →]

$768.00
346 Lot 346: Lawrence Thompson Dickinson O/C, General B. F. Cheatham Lawrence Thompson Dickinson O/C, General B. F. Cheatham Lot 346: Lawrence Thompson Dickinson O/C, General B. F. Cheatham

Lawrence Thompson Dickinson (Maryland/Tennessee, b. 1843) oval oil on canvas portrait titled "Lieut. Gen. B. F. Cheatham". Depicts the portrait of Confederate States of America Lieutenant General Benjamin Franklin "Frank" Cheatham in uniform against a light blue background and surrounded by a light brown/gold border. Titled, lower center of canvas. Unsigned. Stamped "F. T. Foster at 160 Vine St. Ohio" top of stretcher, en verso. 41" H x 27 1/2" W. Late 19th century. Provenance: Private Ringgold, Georgia collection. Note: While this painting is unsigned, it was executed in the same style as the signed "Maj. Gen. P. R. Cleburne" example, Lot 500, in the Case Antiques July 14, 2018 Summer auction. Biography: L. T. Dickinson born June 21, 1843 and enlisted August 25, 1862 in Charlottesville, VA as private in the 1st Maryland Cavalry, Company A. Dickinson served for the duration of the war, including at Gettysburg where he acted as a courier for General Richard S. Ewell. After the war he served as the Commander of N. B. Forrest Camp, Chattanooga, TN. Dickinson was the author and illustrator of a number of Civil War related books, including "Services of a Maryland Command" Confederate Veteran 2, 1894, and "Personal Recollections and Experiences in the Confederate Army, 1861-1865", 1897, in addition to illustrations for the "Confederate Veteran" magazine. He also designed the limestone gate and wrought iron battle flag gate for the Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga, Tennessee, erected in 1901. (See: "Confederate Veteran: Published Monthly in the Interest of Confederate Veterans and Kindred Topics", Volume II, Broadfoot Publishing Company, 1894). Note: Colonel F. T. Foster was the Chairman of the Mexicans Veterans Arrangement, Mexican War. CONDITION: Overall good condition with surface grime, scratches, stains, to surface of canvas. Pinprick holes to canvas, concentrated on light brown border. Overall buckling to canvas. Stretcher marks visible to majority of perimeter. [See more photos →]

$768.00
669 Lot 669: 3 14K Jewelry Items incl. Pinecone Pin 3 14K Jewelry Items incl. Pinecone Pin Lot 669: 3 14K Jewelry Items incl. Pinecone Pin

Three (3) items 14K yellow gold jewelry. 1st item: 14K pinecone cluster pin in bright and satin finish. Marked 14K with maker's mark illegible, 1 5/8" W x 1 1/8" H x 5/8" D. 2nd item: 14K satin finish oval bangle bracelet, marked on clasp, 7/16" W x 6 5/8" interior. 3rd item: 14K Victorian style collar bar pin with 4 small cultured pearls, marked 14K on clasp, 2 1/2" L. 31.6 grams total/3 items. CONDITION: All in very good condition. Bangle bracelet with few fleabite dents. [See more photos →]

$768.00
676 Lot 676: Art Deco Platinum Stacked Diamond Pin Art Deco Platinum Stacked Diamond Pin Lot 676: Art Deco Platinum Stacked Diamond Pin

An Art Deco platinum diamond brooch in a stacked bar design, total diamond weight of approximately 1.97 ct, and containing four (4) 3.3 – 3.1mm mine-cut diamonds, SI2/I with total weight of approximately .49 ct and eighty-six (86) 1.8 – 1.5mm antique single cut diamonds, SI1-I1/GHI with total weight of approximately 1.48 ct. Platinum brooch has 14K white gold pin mechanism. 9/16" H x 2 3/4" W. 9.2 grams. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: Overall good condition with some surface grime and wear. [See more photos →]

$768.00
698 Lot 698: American Sterling Water Pitcher & Gorham Sterling Presentation Bowl American Sterling Water Pitcher & Gorham Sterling Presentation Bowl Lot 698: American Sterling Water Pitcher & Gorham Sterling Presentation Bowl

Two (2) American sterling silver table items, including water pitcher and presentation bowl. 1st item: American sterling silver water pitcher having a flared spout, scalloped rim with scrolling foliate border, shaped and ribbed body on an oval pedestal base, shaped handle. Base stamped with C within a diamond hallmark, sterling/925-100 and 289. One side with script "H" monogram. 9 1/4" H x 10 1/2" W. 22.550 troy ounces. 2nd item: Gorham sterling silver presentation bowl, oval reticulated footed bowl having a shell and scroll motif at each end and marks for Gorham A7515 on base. Script monongram in bowl. 5 1/2" H x 12 3/4" W x 8 1/2" D. 17.495 troy ounces. 40.045 total troy ounces. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: 1st item: Monogrammed. Scattered denting throughout. 2nd item: Very good condition. Script monogram. [See more photos →]

$768.00
710 Lot 710: 43 Pcs. International Masterpiece Sterling Silver Flatware 43 Pcs. International Masterpiece Sterling Silver Flatware Lot 710: 43 Pcs. International Masterpiece Sterling Silver Flatware

43 pieces of International sterling silver flatware, Masterpiece pattern, including 8 dinner knives, 8 dinner forks (7 1/2" L), 8 salad forks, 13 teaspoons, 2 pierced serving spoons, 1 ladle, 1 sugar spoon, 1 butter spreader (6 1/2" L), and 1 master butter knife (7" L). Not monogrammed. 49.70 oz weighable troy ounces. CONDITION: Pieces overall good condition with general wear use, not monogrammed. [See more photos →]

$768.00
65 Lot 65: Coin Silver Pitcher, Mug and Salt Coin Silver Pitcher, Mug and Salt Lot 65: Coin Silver Pitcher, Mug and Salt

Three (3) American coin silver items. 1st item: American coin silver water pitcher with Italian Revival design under a flared spout with Bacchus bust decoration and a lobed body having incised plaque and floral repousse decoration, raised atop a circular base. S-scroll handle with molded overlay. Marked on underside W.ADAMS and NEW-YORK in serrated rectangles for William Adams (1802-1861). Engraved "To Azariah T. Flagg January 1st 1854" upper center panel. Azariah Cutting Flagg (1790-1873) was an American newspaper printer, editor and politician in the state of New York. 36.355 oz troy. 9 3/4" H. Mid 19th century. 2nd item: American coin silver mug with flared rim, footed base and s-scroll handle. Marked on underside W.ADAMS in serrated rectangle. Engraved in script "R.E.E. From R.E.J." 4 1/4" H to top of handle. 5.14 oz troy. 3rd item: American coin silver footed open salt with beaded rim, incised and repousse grapevine decoration to body. Maker's mark PLK (between two stars) for Peter Krider (Philadelphia, PA working 1850-1860), 1 3/4" H, 0.92 oz troy. 42.415 total oz troy/3 items. Provenance: Estate of Celia (Cece) Webb, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: 1st item: Very good condition with some surface wear. 2nd item: Scattered dents along lower bowl of mug. 3rd item: Overall good decoration. Some loss to decoration due to age. [See more photos →]

$720.00
163 Lot 163: 2 Southwest VA Preserving Jars, E. W. Mort, Exhibited 2 Southwest VA Preserving Jars, E. W. Mort, Exhibited Lot 163: 2 Southwest VA Preserving Jars, E. W. Mort, Exhibited

Two (2) Southwest Virginia salt-glazed stoneware preserving jars, both stamped "E.W. MORT/ALUM WELLS VA" within a rectangular stamp mark to the shoulder. 8 1/2" H and 8 3/4" H. Both pieces late 19th century. Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. Note: The smaller jar was exhibited in the "Legacy in Clay: Pottery of Washington County, Virginia" 2005 exhibit, William King Regional Arts Center, Abingdon, VA. It was also illustrated in the "Legacy in Clay" museum exhibit catalog. Note: Edward William Mort (1853-1923) was born in Strasburg, VA and possibly trained as a potter in this area. In addition to working with Washington County, Virginia potters, other crocks stamped "E.W. Mort Mohawk" suggest he may have also worked in Greene Co., TN for a period of time. Mort ceased making pottery in 1893 and became a Methodist minister. CONDITION: Smaller jar with scattered chipping to the rim, otherwise overall good condition. Larger jar overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$720.00
191 Lot 191: 4 Continental Silver items: Pair candlesticks, caster, cup and cover 4 Continental Silver items: Pair candlesticks, caster, cup and cover Lot 191: 4 Continental Silver items: Pair candlesticks, caster, cup and cover

Four (4) Continental Silver items. 1st & 2nd items: Pair of Austro-Hungarian candlesticks with fixed round candle cups, downturned lotus leaf decoration and bulbous knops, circular feet; hallmarked with mark of dog or horse, 12, and AB. Weighted bases. 12 5/8" H. Mid 19th century. 3rd item: Repousse caster with cherub, flower and scroll designs to body and chased frog on foot, fish or dolphin finial; lid and body both marked with unattributed, possibly Hanau silver marks. 7 3/4" H. Continental, late 19th/early 20th century. 4th item: Continental silver cup and cover, the cup with elaborate chased floral and foliate design to body, the cover with wire floral finial, partially gilded; both with gilt-washed interiors. Marked .800 on base and lid with 2 additional hallmarks including an angel. Probably German, late 19th century. 7" H. 15.14 oz troy weighable silver. Provenance: Estate of Celia (Cece) Webb, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: 1st and 2nd items: Small dents, one candlestick leans slightly. 3rd and 4th items: Very good condition. [See more photos →]

$720.00
320 Lot 320: Kittredge Marked Wesson First Model Carbine, .44 rimfire cal. Kittredge Marked Wesson First Model Carbine, .44 rimfire cal. Lot 320: Kittredge Marked Wesson First Model Carbine, .44 rimfire cal.

Kittredge Marked Frank Wesson First Model Two-Trigger Carbine, .44 rimfire caliber, serial number 481, visible on trigger guard. Top of barrel marked "F. Wesson's Patent Oct. 25. 1859 B. Kittredge & Co Cincinnati.O.", wedge marked "Patent". Walnut stocks, round barrel, iron mounted, 2-piece brass patch box on butt stock, checkered hammer, standard blade front sight and 2 leaf rear sight. Barrel length – 24". Overall length – 39 1/2". American, mid 19th century. CONDITION: Action is tight, very functional. Period repair to both side of wrist in German silver with brass tacks. Butt plate cut to allow finger hold, appears original. Barrel reasonably bright with overall pepper pitting. Metal with early patination. Sling swivels missing. No extractor. [See more photos →]

$720.00
398 Lot 398: Georgia Cherry Work Table Georgia Cherry Work Table Lot 398: Georgia Cherry Work Table

Georgia cherry one drawer work table, pine secondary, comprised of a square, overhanging top with one dovetailed drawer having wood pulls, turned legs terminating into bold, ring turned, turnip form feet. 29 3/4" H x 22 3/4" W x 22 1/8" D. 2nd qtr. 19th century. CONDITION: Old dark finish with some fading and wear to the top, gouge and some water spotting to front drawer; some warping and split to top; overall general wear. [See more photos →]

$720.00
423 Lot 423: Gaspere Ruffolo O/B, Cotton Mill, Double Sided Painting Gaspere Ruffolo O/B, Cotton Mill, Double Sided Painting Lot 423: Gaspere Ruffolo O/B, Cotton Mill, Double Sided Painting

Gaspare Ruffolo (American/Illinois, 1908-1997) double sided painting on board, oil landscape on one side and abstract pastel on the other. Recto: Oil on board monochromatic scene of rural cotton mill including several buildings in shades of taupe, grey, silver and gold with donkeys hitched to a large cart of white cotton, and a worker in a plum color shirt and straw hat standing behind it. Hints of blue sky above. Signed lower right. On reverse: Abstract pastel sketch depicting the interior of a barn with rafters, partially complete, signed lower left Ruffolo. Unframed. 26" H x 32" W. American, early/mid 20th century. Biography: Chicago-born Gaspere Ruffolo (alternate spelling Gasper) studied painting at the Art Institute of Chicago with Wellington Reynolds and George Oberteuffer, and exhibited at the Art Institute. He was known for his landscapes and portraits, and was a member of the Association of Chicago Painters and Sculptors, Chicago Galleries Association, and the All-Illinois Society of Fine Artists. (source: Peter Hastings Falk, Who Was Who in American Art). CONDITION: Image in very good condition. Minor losses to board at corners, including one small area affecting signature. [See more photos →]

$720.00
425 Lot 425: Ida Crawley O/C, Southern Landscape Ida Crawley O/C, Southern Landscape Lot 425: Ida Crawley O/C, Southern Landscape

Ida Jolly Crawley (North Carolina/District Of Columbia/Tennessee, 1867-1946) oil on canvas landscape of a forest stream, possibly a Tennessee scene. Signed lower right and dated 1904. Old, likely original giltwood molded frame. 14" x 17" sight, 20" x 22" framed. American, early 20th century. Biography: Born in Pond Creek, Tennessee, Ida Jolly Crawley was the daughter of Captain John Fred and Martha Phillips Crawley. After studying at the Corcoran Art School in Washington, D.C., she traveled throughout Europe and her oeuvre includes many continental subjects. Several of her paintings were exhibited in the 1910 Appalachian Expositions held in Knoxville, Tennessee. In 1919, Crawley purchased a large residence in the city of Asheville, North Carolina. She established the home as the 'Ida Jolly Crawley Museum of Art and Archaeology,' though it was also known as the 'House of Pan.' There, Crawley exhibited her extensive collection of artifacts and artworks. (source: The Johnson Collection, Spartanburg, SC). CONDITION: 1/3" slit upper left quadrant, 1/4" flake upper right quadrant, surrounded by a few scattered tiny inclusions; a few other scattered minute scratches and inclusions, some abrasions to paint along lower edge. Several scattered losses to edges of frame. [See more photos →]

$720.00
680 Lot 680: 4 Pairs of 14K Gold Earrings 4 Pairs of 14K Gold Earrings Lot 680: 4 Pairs of 14K Gold Earrings

Four (4) pairs of various 14K gold earrings including 14K yellow gold and lapis shrimp style hoops; 14K basketweave round button earrings; 14K ribbed dome hoop earrings and open weave chevron graduated hoop earrings. All earrings for pierced ears. 5/8" to 1" H. Lapis pair: 6.4 grams, 3 others: 28.5 grams. All tested or marked 14K. CONDITION: All earrings in very good condition except one post missing on back of one pair. [See more photos →]

$720.00
706 Lot 706: 13 Gorham Sterling Chantilly Bread & Butter Plates 13 Gorham Sterling Chantilly Bread & Butter Plates Lot 706: 13 Gorham Sterling Chantilly Bread & Butter Plates

Set of Thirteen (13) Gorham sterling silver Chantilly pattern bread and butter plates, maker's mark/Sterling and 738 on base edge. 6 1/4" dia. Not monogrammed. 41.42 oz troy/total. CONDITION: All in very good condition with minimal surface wear. Not monogrammed. [See more photos →]

$720.00
733 Lot 733: John Gray O/C, Portrait of a Spaniel John Gray O/C, Portrait of a Spaniel Lot 733: John Gray O/C, Portrait of a Spaniel

John Gray (United Kingdom, 20th century) oil on canvas portrait of a King Charles Spaniel standing against a landscape backdrop. Signed lower right and housed in a contemporary carved and molded gilt wood frame. Sight – 23 1/2" H x 35 1/2" W. Framed – 32" H x 44" W. Early 20th century. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$720.00
161 Lot 161: 2 J. B. Magee VA Stamped Pottery Pieces, One Exhibited 2 J. B. Magee VA Stamped Pottery Pieces, One Exhibited Lot 161: 2 J. B. Magee VA Stamped Pottery Pieces, One Exhibited

Two (2) stamped J. B. Magee (J.B. Magee, Washington Co., Virginia) salt glazed stoneware pieces. 1st item: Tall unglazed jug with upside down stamp to the upper shoulder, 11 1/2" H. 2nd item: Stoneware preserving jar with a slightly flaring rim and cobalt decoration, stamped just below the incised upper shoulder, 8 1/2" H. Both pieces 4th Qtr. 19th century. Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. Note: An example of Magee's pottery can be found in the book "Great Road Style: The Decorative Arts Legacy of Southwest Virginia & Northeast Tennessee", Betsy K. White, University of Virginia, page 144. Examples of Magee pottery are also shown in the catalog and 2005 exhibit, "Legacy in Clay: Pottery of Washington County, Virginia" William King Regional Arts Center, Abingdon, VA. CONDITION: Jug overall very good condition with scattered firing flaws to the body. Cobalt jar with two hairlines, one emanating from rim, approximately 4 3/4" L and one emanating from the base approximately 3 3/4" L. Some glaze exfoliation to the rim. [See more photos →]

$704.00
18 Lot 18: 4 Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain Tea Cups w/ Covers 4 Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain Tea Cups w/ Covers Lot 18: 4 Chinese Famille Rose Porcelain Tea Cups w/ Covers

Set of four (4) Chinese Famille Rose porcelain footed tea cups with gilt and enamel foliate, peach and butterfly decoration with shaped decorated footed saucers and decorated covers. Two (2) covers with red Ch'ien Lung character marks, two (2) with red seal marks. Cups with saucers and covers, 3 1/2" H x 4 1/4" dia. Porcelain marks for 18th century. Note: Acquired by the consignor's father during his travels in the Far East in the 1950's. CONDITION: All cups with a few scattered fleabites, one saucer with fleabite. [See more photos →]

$704.00
204 Lot 204: Sterling Chanukah Menorah by Bier Sterling Chanukah Menorah by Bier Lot 204: Sterling Chanukah Menorah by Bier

Sterling silver Hanukkah candelabra or Menorah hand made by J. Bier of Jerusalem. Designed as horizontal row of nine half ball candle cups, center cup being larger, supported by bows design. Maker's mark and "BIER 925 Hand Made Jerusalem" inside center candleholder, the shammas. 7 1/2" H x 11 3/4" W overall. 20th century. 18.92 oz troy. CONDITION: Minor surface wear. [See more photos →]

$704.00
289 Lot 289: Confederate Arsenal Made Leather Cap Box, Battle of Antietam, Maryland Confederate Arsenal Made Leather Cap Box, Battle of Antietam, Maryland Lot 289: Confederate Arsenal Made Leather Cap Box, Battle of Antietam, Maryland

Confederate Arsenal Made Leather Cap Box. Brown leather, single stitched curved outer flap with lunate interior flap. Includes brass finial, two belt loops, and closure tab. Also includes letter of authentication verifying that the cap box was picked up after the Battle of Antietam, Maryland in 1862 from Will Gorges, ISA Appraiser, dated September 28, 1993, and additional photographs. 3 3/4" H x 3 7/8" W x 1 3/4" D. Provenance: Estate of Jim Mackoney, Landrum, SC. CONDITION: Areas of checkering, loss to leather, otherwise overall good condition. [See more photos →]

$704.00
345 Lot 345: Lawrence Thompson Dickinson O/C, General J. C. Breckinridge Lawrence Thompson Dickinson O/C, General J. C. Breckinridge Lot 345: Lawrence Thompson Dickinson O/C, General J. C. Breckinridge

Lawrence Thompson Dickinson (Maryland/Tennessee, b. 1843) oval oil on canvas portrait, titled "Gen. Jno. C. Brekinridge" (sic). Depicts the Confederate States of America Major General John Cabell Breckinridge in uniform against a light blue background and surrounded by a brown/gold border. Titled, lower center of canvas. Unsigned. 41" H x 27 1/2" W. Late 19th century. Provenance: Private Ringgold, Georgia collection; among items purchased in the 1960's from the old location of the A. P. Stewart Chapter of the UDC (United Daughters of the Confederacy), formerly the Nathan Bedford Forrest UCV (United Confederate Veterans) home, St. Elmo, Chattanooga, TN. Note: While this painting is unsigned, it was executed in the same style as the signed "Maj. Gen. P. R. Cleburne" example, Lot 500 in the Case Antiques July 14, 2018 Summer auction. Biography: L. T. Dickinson born June 21, 1843 and enlisted August 25, 1862 in Charlottesville, VA as private in the 1st Maryland Cavalry, Company A. Dickinson served for the duration of the war, including at Gettysburg where he acted as a courier for General Richard S. Ewell. After the war he served as the Commander of N. B. Forrest Camp, Chattanooga, TN. Dickinson was the author and illustrator of a number of Civil War related books, including "Services of a Maryland Command" Confederate Veteran 2, 1894, and "Personal Recollections and Experiences in the Confederate Army, 1861-1865", 1897, in addition to illustrations for the "Confederate Veteran" magazine. He also designed the limestone gate and wrought iron battle flag gate for the Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga, Tennessee, erected in 1901. (See: "Confederate Veteran: Published Monthly in the Interest of Confederate Veterans and Kindred Topics", Volume II, Broadfoot Publishing Company, 1894). CONDITION: Overall good condition with surface grime, scratches, stains, to surface of canvas. Pinprick holes to canvas, concentrated on light brown border. 1/4" tear, lower left edge of canvas. Overall buckling to canvas. Stretcher marks visible to majority of perimeter. [See more photos →]

$704.00
539 Lot 539: Untitled Abstract on Canvas by Stephen Sacklarian Untitled Abstract on Canvas by Stephen Sacklarian Lot 539: Untitled Abstract on Canvas by Stephen Sacklarian

Stephen Sacklarian (American, 1889-1983) acrylic on canvas abstract expressionist painting, untitled, in colors of blue and yellow on a green background depicting the interior of a house with three amorphous figures in colors of blue, pink and yellow. Signed lower right. Unframed. 75" H x 55 1/2" W. Provenance: Property of the Mississippi Museum of Art, deaccessioned to benefit the acquisitions fund. Biography: Stephen Sacklarian was born in Bulgaria and emigrated to the United States in 1911. He attended Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania before pursuing an education in Art from The Pennsylvania University of the Fine Arts. He additionally studied at the T-Square Club, the Philadelphia College of Art, the Fleisher Memorial Art School and with the sculptor Paul Manship. His early works were realist in nature, but in the mid 1960's Sacklarian began painting in a blend of modern and abstract expressionism, with elements of cubism, for which he would become best known. (Source: Modern American Painting by John McCoubrey). CONDITION: Unframed, overall very good condition. Previously rolled. [See more photos →]

$704.00
673 Lot 673: Platinum Diamond Hamilton watch Platinum Diamond Hamilton watch Lot 673: Platinum Diamond Hamilton watch

Lady's vintage Hamilton platinum diamond dress watch containing 108 round and 4 baguette diamonds with a total weight of approximately 1.8 cts. Back of case marked Irid, Plat. 900. 7 1/8" L plus safety chain. Watch not in working condition. 20.1 grams. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: Surface grime. One diamond missing in clasp. Watch not running at time of inspection. [See more photos →]

$704.00
713 Lot 713: 74 Peruvian Sterling Items – Llama themed 74 Peruvian Sterling Items – Llama themed Lot 713: 74 Peruvian Sterling Items – Llama themed

74 sterling llama themed sterling silver table items, including 16 place card holders (1-1/4" H), bell (2-1/2" H), one pair and 2 individual napkin rings with applied llama figures, bottle stopper, pair of salt & pepper shakers with applied llama figures, 18 spoons in two patterns, 3 "salt" spoons, 2-sided jigger (3-5/8" H), incised beaker, pierced and impressed small napkin holder, 2 cocktail pick holders (2" H) with 24 picks. All items stamped 925. 32.38 oz troy total. South American, 20th century. CONDITION: Good condition with minor surface wear. [See more photos →]

$704.00
824 Lot 824: Group Gold and Pearl Jewelry Group Gold and Pearl Jewelry Lot 824: Group Gold and Pearl Jewelry

Group of four (4) Gold and Pearl Jewelry items. 1st item: Pair of 14K yellow gold clip-on earrings in woven swirl pattern each containing nine round rubies and one cultured pearl, 7/8" x 1". 12.8 grams. 2nd item: 30-inch long 7-1/2 mm dia. round white Akoya cultured pearl necklace with a 14K yellow gold woven design hinged clasp/shortener containing 9 round garnets and one pearl. Clasp is same style as earrings in 1st item. 66.1 grams. 3rd item: Pair of 14K yellow gold earrings holding 18 mm dia. mabe cultured pearls in Greek key design mountings. 1" dia. 13.9 grams. 4th item: 16-strand 3 mm dia. freshwater cultured pearl torsade necklace with an 18K yellow gold box clasp holding an oval cabochon cut natural emerald, clasp marked TRIO, 18K, 17-1/4" long necklace. 123.9 grams. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Some surface grime on all items. Akoya pearls with scattered blemishes. [See more photos →]

$704.00
835 Lot 835: Pair Old Sheffield Plate Wine Coolers Pair Old Sheffield Plate Wine Coolers Lot 835: Pair Old Sheffield Plate Wine Coolers

Pair of Old Sheffield Plate wine coolers with removable inserts and rims (for cold water or ice), each with shell and gadroon edges and two side handles terminating in lion masks, raised on a round foot with gadroon decoration. "Let in" circles for monograms, not engraved. Unmarked. 8-1/2" H x 9-1/2" W x 8-1/2" D. English, early 19th century. CONDITION: Old owner's label firmly affixed to undersides. Light wear showing pink in a few scattered places, especially at edges. No monograms or monogram removals. Some small dents to interiors, overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$704.00
852 Lot 852: Assorted Sterling Serving Pieces & More, 57 items Assorted Sterling Serving Pieces & More, 57 items Lot 852: Assorted Sterling Serving Pieces & More, 57 items

Assorted Sterling Serving Pieces and More, 57 items total. 1st group: Assorted group sterling silver flatware by various makers including Alvin, Baker-Manchester, Gorham, Lunt, Reed & Barton, Towle, John Wanamaker and Whiting, 9 various serving pieces including an Aesthetic Movement pastry server, 14 fruit spoons, 19 demitasse spoons, 3 small souvenir spoons, 3 salt spoons, and 3 cheese servers. 2-1/2" to 10-3/4" L. 51 pieces, 32.6 weighable oz troy. 2nd group: Set OF 6 German .800 silver demitasse spoons with gilt bowls, 4-1/4" L, 2.435 oz troy. 57 items total. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with minor surface wear. Approx. 20 items with engraving. [See more photos →]

$704.00
857 Lot 857: 36 pcs. Towle Old Master Sterling Flatware 36 pcs. Towle Old Master Sterling Flatware Lot 857: 36 pcs. Towle Old Master Sterling Flatware

Set of Towle Old Master sterling silver flatware, 36 total pieces. Including 8 dinner knives (8 7/8" L), 8 forks (7 1/8" L), 8 iced tea spoons, 8 teaspoons, 1 salad fork, 1 cocktail/seafood fork, 1 serving spoon and 1 sugar shell. 33.205 total troy ounces. Not monogrammed. CONDITION: All pieces overall very good condition. Not monogrammed. [See more photos →]

$704.00
93 Lot 93: Jim Gray TN Watercolor & Knaffel/Thompson Mt. LeConte Photo, 2 items Jim Gray TN Watercolor & Knaffel/Thompson Mt. LeConte Photo, 2 items Lot 93: Jim Gray TN Watercolor & Knaffel/Thompson Mt. LeConte Photo, 2 items

Two (2) Tennessee landscape artworks, including a Jim Gray watercolor and an early Knaffl & Thompson photograph of Mount LeConte. 1st item: Jim Gray (American/Tennessee, 20th century) watercolor on paper landscape painting depicting an abandoned log cabin. Signed lower right. Housed in a molded wood frame. 13" H x 20 1/4" W. 20th century. 2nd item: Knaffl & Thompson (Knoxville, TN) photograph titled in pencil, "Mt. LeConte, Smoky Mountain National Park." Stamped Thompson Co. lower right of photo, pencil inscription in margin below reads "Mt. Le Conte/ Smoky Mountain National Park/Knaffl". Housed in the original frame and float mounted onto cardstock. Photograph – 7" H x 9" W. Sight – 10 1/2" H x 13 3/8" W. Framed – 12 5/8" H x 15 1/2" W. Early 20th century. CONDITION: 1st item: Painting overall very good condition. Evidence of mold, dampness to matte. 2nd item: Photo overall very good condition with a few pin prick areas of spotting. Spotting and toning to cardstock. Scattered abrasions and losses to the frame. [See more photos →]

$660.00
236 Lot 236: Herend Queen Victoria Soup Tureen and Underplate Herend Queen Victoria Soup Tureen and Underplate Lot 236: Herend Queen Victoria Soup Tureen and Underplate

Large oval Herend porcelain tureen and undertray in the Queen Victoria pattern with butterfly and floral decoration, the tureen lid with lemon form finial; both with blue Herend stamp mark underside and numbered. Tureen – 8 3/4" H x 12 1/2" D x 8" W. Platter – 15" x 11". Both items 20th century. Note: Items were purchased by the consignor while traveling in Hungary. CONDITION: Both pieces overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$660.00
255 Lot 255: Terrestrial Table Globe, E.J. Arnold & Son Terrestrial Table Globe, E.J. Arnold & Son Lot 255: Terrestrial Table Globe, E.J. Arnold & Son

Terrestrial table globe, made in France by E.J. Arnold & Son of Leeds. 18 gores with brass half-median and ebonized turned wooden stand. 14 1/2" H x 7" dia. Late 19th century. CONDITION: Overall toning and scattered foxing, dent to left of Sahara Desert, losses and crazing near the Arctic Circle. [See more photos →]

$660.00
603 Lot 603: Maria Martinez bowl, miniature vase, portrait and book Maria Martinez bowl, miniature vase, portrait and book Lot 603: Maria Martinez bowl, miniature vase, portrait and book

Four (4) Maria Poveka Montoya Martinez (1887-1980) related items, including bowl and miniature vase. 1st item: Small plain blackware bowl, incised signature "Maria Poveka" on underside, 3"H x 3 1/2" diameter. 2nd item: Miniature vase with incised serpent and arrow design, signed "Maria I Naranjo" on underside. 3 3/8"H. 3rd item: Maria Martinez signed book, MARIA: THE POTTER OF SAN ILDEFONSO by Alice Marriot, signed "Maria Poveka" on frontispiece. University of Oklahama Press, 1970. 4th item: Tony Da (grandson of Maria Martinez, 1940-2008) lithographed portrait of Maria Martinez, signed "Maria Poveka" in the plate, lower right. Framed under glass with ivory mat in a silver gilt frame. Sight 8 7/8" x 6", 14 1/4" x 11 1/2" framed. Also included is a brochure, "the Story of Maria's Pottery" and a Maria and Popovi postcard, both circa 1970s. Provenance: Estate of Celia (Cece) Webb, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Pottery: Good condition, with slight general wear. Print: excellent conditon. Book: slight wear and a couple of tiny scuffs to dustjacket, overall fine. [See more photos →]

$660.00
750 Lot 750: Cormac McCarthy, Suttree, 1st Ed., 1979 Cormac McCarthy, Suttree, 1st Ed., 1979 Lot 750: Cormac McCarthy, Suttree, 1st Ed., 1979

SUTTREE, First Edition, by Cormac McCarthy, 1979. Published by Random House, New York. Octavo, 471 pages, stated first edition with publication line 24689753, hard bound in quarter black cloth over yellow paper boards embossed "CM" in gilt lettering with gilt lettering to spine, includes original pictorial dust jacket with $12.95 price on flap. 8 5/8" H x 6" W x 1 5/8" D. CONDITION: Dust jacket with light shelf wear, 1/4" tear, top of spine, toning to interior. Light shelf wear to cover, corners slightly bumped. Pages with light toning, scuffs to edges. Retail pencil mark and traces of retail price sticker, front end paper. Toning, inside of covers and end pages. [See more photos →]

$660.00
755 Lot 755: 5 Abram Maury Owned Books, incl. Declaration of Indepence/Constitution 5 Abram Maury Owned Books, incl. Declaration of Indepence/Constitution Lot 755: 5 Abram Maury Owned Books, incl. Declaration of Indepence/Constitution

Five (5) books owned by Abram Maury (1766-1825), founder of Franklin, Tennessee, and son Abram Poindexter Maury (1801-1848) including Maury's copy of the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution; Bridgewater Treatise (Kirby); Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy (2 vols), and Schrevelii Lexicon. 1st item: The Constitutions of the United States; According to the Latest Amendments. To Which are Prefixed, the Declaration of the Independence and the Federal Constitution, 1806. Printed by William Duane, Philadelphia. Octavo, 307 pages, hardbound in tooled brown tree calf leather, gilt lettering to spine. 8 3/8" H x 5 1/8" W x 1 1/2" D. 2nd item: The Bridgewater Treatises On The Power, Wisdom and Goodness of God, As Manifested in the Creation of Animals, and in Their History, Habits and Instincts by the Rev. William Kirby, M.A., F.R.S., etc., Rector of Barham, 1836. Published by Carey, Lea & Blanchard, Philadelphia. Octavo, 519 pages including twenty (20) engraved plates, back advertisements, hardbound in tan cloth with paper title label to spine. Ink inscription reading "A.P. Maury", top right of introduction page. 9 1/4" H x 5 7/8" W x 2" D. 3rd-4th items: The Anatomy of Melancholy, Vol. I-II, First American Edition, by Democritus Junior, 1836. Published by T. Wardle, Philadelphia. Octavos, 1,073 total pages, hardbound in tan cloth with blind stamps to covers and gilt lettering to spines. Ink inscriptions reading "A.P. Maury", top right of both title pages. Books approximately 9 1/4" H x 6 1/8" W x 1 5/8" D. 5th item: Lexicon Manuale Graeco-Latinum et Latino-Greacum by Cornelis Schrevel, 1805. Published by C. Stewart, Academiae Typographus, Edinburgh. Octavo, approximately 800 pages, hardbound in brown leather with gilt lettering to spine. Abram Maury ex libris book plate, ink inscriptions including 1850 date, inside of front cover. 8 1/2" H x 5 1/2" W x 2" D. All items early 19th century. Provenance: Consigned by a direct descendant of Abram Maury. Note: Maury, a pioneer and surveyor, served as a Major in the Revolutionary War before moving to Middle Tennessee in 1797. In 1799 he donated his land in Williamson County and laid out the town of Franklin. He spent many years representing Williamson County in the state legislature. Maury County in Tennessee is named for him. His son, Abram Poindexter Maury, was a U.S. Congressman and Nashville newspaper editor. CONDITION: 1st item: 3/4" x 1/2" gouge to lower right corner of front cover. Covers with wear, rubbing, areas of loss to leather, corners bumped. Pages with wrinkling, toning, foxing spots, areas of dampstaining to be expected from age. Ink and pencil inscriptions, inside of front cover and back end paper. 2nd item: Covers with wear, rubbing, stains, corners bumped. Pages with toning/acid burn, foxing spots, areas of dampstaining to be expected from age. Plates I B and II are separated from binding, plate XV is frontispiece, does not include plate XVI, includes plate XVII not mentioned in the Explanation of Plates section. 3rd-4th items: Covers with wear, rubbing, stains, corners bumped. Pages with toning/acid burn, foxing spots, areas of dampstaining to be expected from age. Ink inscriptions reading "A.P. Maury", top right of both title pages, retail pencil inscriptions, front end paper of Vol. I. Both books with retail book plates, top left corners, inside of front covers. 5th item: Covers with wear, rubbing, areas of loss to leather, corners bumped. Old stitching repair to hinge of front cover, back cover is separated from spine. Pages with toning, foxing spots, areas of dampstaining to be expected from age. Some back pages appear to be missing. Abram Maury ex libris book plate, ink inscriptions including 1850 date, inside of front cover. [See more photos →]

$660.00
202 Lot 202: English Sterling & Crystal Inkstand English Sterling & Crystal Inkstand Lot 202: English Sterling & Crystal Inkstand

London hallmarked sterling silver and crystal inkstand, rectangular form stand with gadrooned border and shell corners on shaped feet, fitted with a square cut crystal inkwell with hallmarked sterling top. Stand with maker's hallmark for Charles Johnston Hill (working 1881-1895), city and duty hall marks and 1889 date mark. Lid of inkwell with maker's hallmark for Walter & John Barnard (working 1877-1895), city and 1889 date mark. Stand – 10 1/2" W x 7 1/2" D. 25.145 weighable troy ounces. CONDITION: Light surface scratching to stand. Small losses to all 4 corners of crystal inkwell. [See more photos →]

$640.00
335 Lot 335: Civil War era Model 1840 Light Artillery Saber, dated 1861 Civil War era Model 1840 Light Artillery Saber, dated 1861 Lot 335: Civil War era Model 1840 Light Artillery Saber, dated 1861

Civil War era Ames Manufacturing Company, Chicopee, Massachusetts, Model 1840 Light Artillery Saber, dated 1861, with Iron Scabbard. Shagreen leather wrap with twisted brass wire, brass D guard, curved, single-edged blade, and iron scabbard with two carrying rings. Ricasso marked "…Co/…ee/Mass" obverse, "US/WD/1861" reverse. Blade length – 31 1/2". Overall length with scabbard – 38 3/4". CONDITION: Overall good condition. Heavy pitting to blade and scabbard. Areas of tarnish to brass, guard slightly loose from pommel. [See more photos →]

$640.00
375 Lot 375: Marble Bust of a Young Beauty Marble Bust of a Young Beauty Lot 375: Marble Bust of a Young Beauty

Marble bust length sculpture of a young beauty, wearing a tiara; low relief carved collar. Unsigned. Raised on a square base. 20 1/2" H x 14" W x 7" D. Early 20th century. CONDITION: A few minor scratches and miniscule chips to base, overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$640.00
751 Lot 751: Cormack McCarthy, Child of God, 1st Ed., 1973 Cormack McCarthy, Child of God, 1st Ed., 1973 Lot 751: Cormack McCarthy, Child of God, 1st Ed., 1973

CHILD OF GOD, First Edition, by Cormac McCarthy, 1973. Published by Random House, New York. Octavo, 197 pages, stated first edition, hard bound in quarter navy blue cloth over red paper boards embossed "CMcC" with gilt lettering to spine, includes original pictorial dust jacket with $5.95 price on flap. 8 5/8" H x 6" W x 1 1/8" D. CONDITION: Dust jacket with light shelf wear, toning, vertical crease along front flap, two minute holes, lower left of front. Cover with light shelf wear, corners slightly bumped. Pages with light toning. Black retail stamp across front end paper. Books by page and half title page glue together, top left. Minute spot, top edge of pages. [See more photos →]

$640.00
765 Lot 765: 46 Early Pinback Buttons, incl. Beer, Baseball, Firemen 46 Early Pinback Buttons, incl. Beer, Baseball, Firemen Lot 765: 46 Early Pinback Buttons, incl. Beer, Baseball, Firemen

Collection of forty-six (46) early pinback buttons including five (5) P.B. Ale "Oh Be Jolly" & other beer buttons, five (5) assorted fireman buttons, seven (7) baseball buttons (six (6) Sweet Caporal) including Hall of Fame recipients "Home Run Baker" and "3 Finger Brown", assorted food, flour and other buttons. Sizes range from 7/8" to 1 3/4". Late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: Private East TN collection. CONDITION: Most pins are in good to excellent condition. Some have light scratching. Normal wear evident. [See more photos →]

$640.00
825 Lot 825: Group 6 Vintage Jewelry Items Group 6 Vintage Jewelry Items Lot 825: Group 6 Vintage Jewelry Items

Six (6) vintage lady's jewelry items. 1st item: 18K Italian yellow gold angel skin coral, Persian turquoise and blue enamel flower ring, marked Italy KT 18, ring size 5 1/4, 5.7 grams. 2nd item: Art Deco 14K white gold diamond and emerald dinner ring containing 16 round diamonds approximately measuring between .01 to .10 ct and 12 square cut emeralds. Gold tested, not marked. Ring size 2 3/4. 3.5 grams. 3rd item: 14K (tested) onyx dinner ring, single diamond, with filigree mounting, ring size 4, 5.1 grams. 4th item: 14K white gold stick pin with blue stone and 4 single cut diamonds, 2 1/2" L, 1.5 grams. 5th item: 10K rose and yellow gold bar pin with center red stone, 2 1/4" L, 2.9 grams. 6th item: Tiffany & Co. fluted sterling silver perfume flask and funnel, flask – 2 3/8" L, 0.95 oz troy/2 sterling items. Provenance: Private estate, Knoxville, TN. CONDITION: 1st item: One turquoise stone missing and some enamel worn. 2nd item: 4 emeralds missing. Overall good condition with some surface grime on all items. [See more photos →]

$640.00
347 Lot 347: Lawrence Thompson Dickinson, O/C, Gen. E. K. Smith Lawrence Thompson Dickinson, O/C, Gen. E. K. Smith Lot 347: Lawrence Thompson Dickinson, O/C, Gen. E. K. Smith

Lawrence Thompson Dickinson (Maryland/Tennessee, b. 1843) oval oil on canvas portrait titled "Gen. E. Kirby Smith". Depicting the Confederate States of America General Edmund Kirby Smith in uniform against a light blue background and surrounded by a brown/gold border. Titled, lower center of canvas. Unsigned. 41" H x 27 1/2" W. Late 19th Century. Provenance: Private Ringgold, Georgia collection; among items purchased in the 1960's from the old location of the A. P. Stewart Chapter of the UDC (United Daughters of the Confederacy), formerly the Nathan Bedford Forrest UCV (United Confederate Veterans) home, St. Elmo, Chattanooga, TN. Note: While this painting is unsigned, it was executed in the same style as the signed "Maj. Gen. P. R. Cleburne" example, Lot 500 in the Case Antiques July 14, 2018 Summer auction. Biography: L. T. Dickinson born June 21, 1843 and enlisted August 25, 1862 in Charlottesville, VA as private in the 1st Maryland Cavalry, Company A. Dickinson served for the duration of the war, including at Gettysburg where he acted as a courier for General Richard S. Ewell. After the war he served as the Commander of N. B. Forrest Camp, Chattanooga, TN. Dickinson was the author and illustrator of a number of Civil War related books, including "Services of a Maryland Command" Confederate Veteran 2, 1894, and "Personal Recollections and Experiences in the Confederate Army, 1861-1865", 1897, in addition to illustrations for the "Confederate Veteran" magazine. He also designed the limestone gate and wrought iron battle flag gate for the Confederate Cemetery, Chattanooga, Tennessee, erected in 1901. (See: "Confederate Veteran: Published Monthly in the Interest of Confederate Veterans and Kindred Topics", Volume II, Broadfoot Publishing Company, 1894). CONDITION: Overall good condition with surface grime, scratches, stains, red paint marks, to surface of canvas. Pinprick holes to canvas, concentrated on light brown border. Overall buckling to canvas. Stretcher marks visible to majority of perimeter. [See more photos →]

$608.00
511 Lot 511: Olen Bryant Blue Ceramic Female Figure Olen Bryant Blue Ceramic Female Figure Lot 511: Olen Bryant Blue Ceramic Female Figure

Olen L. Bryant (American/Tennessee, 1927-2017) molded blue clay sculpture of seated female figure, large body with small head tilted to right and two small feet protruding at front. Impressed signature and date "O. Bryant 88", lower left side. 18" H x 10-3/4" W x 11" D. Late 20th century. A letter of authenticity and provenance from the artist's niece, who served as his studio assistant and personal representative for his estate, will accompany this lot. Provenance: The Estate of Olen Bryant, Cottonwood/Clarksville, Tennessee. Biography: Born in Cookville, TN, Bryant was a 1950 graduate of Murray State University and a 1954 graduate of the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield, Michigan with a Master's Degree in Fine Arts. He additionally studied at the Cleveland Institute of Art, the Institute in the Visual Arts in American Culture at the University of Delaware and the Winterthur Museum in 1967. Bryant was a professor at Austin Peay State University from 1964 to 1991. Bryant's artwork is widely collected around the United States and is a part of several museum collections, including the Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga, the Tennessee State Museum of Art and the Cheekwood Museum of Art in Nashville and his works have been displayed at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center and at the Governor's Mansion during the Phil Bredesen administration. He was a founding member of the Nashville Artist Guild and the Tennessee Association of Craft Artists (source: Nashville Fine Arts Magazine & The Leaf Chronicle). CONDITION: Overall good condition with surface grime. [See more photos →]

$608.00
685 Lot 685: 14K Gemstone Bow Pin, Bow Earrings 14K Gemstone Bow Pin, Bow Earrings Lot 685: 14K Gemstone Bow Pin, Bow Earrings

14K bow jewelry set. 1st item: 14K rose and yellow gold bow brooch with 5 square cut sapphires and 4 round cut diamonds at center. Marked 14K with maker's mark on back. 3 3/8" x 1 3/4", 20.2 grams. 2nd item: Pair 14K yellow gold bow earrings, marked 14K on back. 1 5/8" H with clip backs for non-pierced ears. 6.4 grams. 26.6 grams total. CONDITION: All items in very good condition. Minor surface wear and grime. [See more photos →]

$608.00
714 Lot 714: .925 Peruvian Sterling Group, 12 items .925 Peruvian Sterling Group, 12 items Lot 714: .925 Peruvian Sterling Group, 12 items

12 various desk accessories and more items with llama themes including 2 pairs of resting llama figures (2 1/4" L & 2 7/8"L), 2 small ashtrays (3 1/2" sq & 3 3/4" dia), cigarette case with applied llama and farmer figures, low bowl with scalloped rim, center with repousse crest featuring llama (1 1/2" H x 7 1/2" dia.), 2 small hammered dishes with applied llamas to centers and coaster with crest including llama, tree and cornucopia (3-3/4" dia). Also included is 1 unmarked cigarette box with llama and farm girl on front (not tested or weighed). 37.04 oz troy excluding one box. 12 items. South American, 20th century. CONDITION: Good condition with minor surface wear. [See more photos →]

$608.00
849 Lot 849: 2 Sterling Silver Serving Pcs., Tray &  Pitcher 2 Sterling Silver Serving Pcs., Tray & Pitcher Lot 849: 2 Sterling Silver Serving Pcs., Tray &  Pitcher

Two (2) sterling silver serving pieces including a round Wallace serving tray with gadrooned border and a National Silver Company water pitcher with helmet form spout and scrolled handle. Tray – 12 1/4" dia. Pitcher – 9 1/2" H x 9 1/2" dia. 36.385 total troy ounces. Not monogrammed. CONDITION: Tray with light surface scratching. Pitcher base indented to one side, 1 1/4"L. [See more photos →]

$608.00
67 Lot 67: 2 M.Bolton Candlesticks & 2 Elkington Meat Domes 2 M.Bolton Candlesticks & 2 Elkington Meat Domes Lot 67: 2 M.Bolton Candlesticks & 2 Elkington Meat Domes

Group of Old Sheffield silver plated items, 4 pieces total. 1st & 2nd items: Pair of George III candle sticks, attributed to Matthew Boulton, circular form with gadrooned edges and "double sunburst" hallmarks to lower edge, 10 1/2" H. Early 19th century. 3rd & 4th items: Pair of graduated Elkington, Mason & Company meat domes having finely cast acanthus leaf handles and fluted bodies. Smaller dome – 7 3/4" H x 12" W x 9 1/4" D. Larger dome – 8" H x 14" W x 10 5/8" D. Both 2nd half 19th century. CONDITION: Candlesticks overall good condition with general light wear. Both meat domes with light general wear, larger dome with scattered dings, smaller dome with one ding. [See more photos →]

$600.00
98 Lot 98: Cornelius Hankins O/B, Haystack Landscape Painting Cornelius Hankins O/B, Haystack Landscape Painting Lot 98: Cornelius Hankins O/B, Haystack Landscape Painting

Cornelius Hankins (Mississippi/Tennessee, 1863-1946) oil on board landscape painting depicting a field of haystacks in the late afternoon, a mountain range in the background. Signed "Cornelius Hankins" lower left. Housed in a wooden frame. Sight – 6 3/8" H x 8 3/4" W. Framed – 8 1/4" H x 10 1/2" W. Early 20th century. Note: Hankins studied with Robert Henri, leader of the Ashcan School, and with William Merritt Chase in New York. He was active for much of his career in the Nashville area. CONDITION: Overall good condition. Areas of paint flaking/rubbing across top edge of board. Board slightly loose from frame, top left. Small black inclusion upper left quadrant. [See more photos →]

$600.00
575 Lot 575: 9 Assorted Lalique Novelty Crystal Items 9 Assorted Lalique Novelty Crystal Items Lot 575: 9 Assorted Lalique Novelty Crystal Items

Nine (9) Assorted Lalique novelty crystal items including a pair of "Les Enfants" shot glasses, each with two frosted panels of decoration, a figural quail on a round pedestal base, a round pin dish with bird border, a small round "8 Faces" dish or ashtray, a round "Honfleur Geranium" dish, a small "Leda and the Swan" figural, an urn form "Saint Cloud" vase, and a Tokyo Flower cigarette holder or vase. All with incised Lalique/France mark to the bases. Ranging in size from 1 3/4" H to 4 1/2" H. 20th Century. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: All pieces overall very good condition with minor general wear. [See more photos →]

$600.00
611 Lot 611: Leonard H. Reedy Watercolor, Buffalo Hunt Leonard H. Reedy Watercolor, Buffalo Hunt Lot 611: Leonard H. Reedy Watercolor, Buffalo Hunt

Leonard Howard Reedy (American, 1899-1956) watercolor western landscape painting depicting Native Americans on horseback, engaged in a Buffalo Hunt. Signed "Leonard H. Reedy" lower right. Matted and framed under glass in a narrow molded giltwood frame. 8 1/4" x 11" sight, 17" x 20" framed. Early/mid 20th century. CONDITION: Overall toning, abrasions up to 1" on frame. [See more photos →]

$600.00
643 Lot 643: NC & GA Folk Pottery, 7 pieces incl. Face Jug NC & GA Folk Pottery, 7 pieces incl. Face Jug Lot 643: NC & GA Folk Pottery, 7 pieces incl. Face Jug

Group of seven (7) North Carolina and Georgia folk art pottery items, including one (1) Burlon Craig (North Carolina, 1914-2002) lidded face jar, one (1) Burlon Craig pitcher, one (1) Brown's Pottery (North Carolina, 20th century) face jug, one (1) Stanley Ferguson (Georgia, 20th/21st century) snake jug, one (1) Dwayne Crocker (Georgia, 20th/21st century) pottery jug with relief horse decoration, one (1) Loy or Lay small jar with female figural face to the body and one (1) small swirled glazed toothpick holder, unmarked. Ranging in size from 2" H to 10" H. All pieces late 20th/early 21st century. Provenance: Nancy Walton Collection, Gatlinburg, TN. CONDITION: All items very good condition. [See more photos →]

$600.00
712 Lot 712: 6 Fine Sterling Repousse Table Items 6 Fine Sterling Repousse Table Items Lot 712: 6 Fine Sterling Repousse Table Items

Fine Sterling Repousse table items, 6 items total. 1st item: Commemorative J.S. MacDonald sterling silver Repousse round centerpiece bowl with gilt interior, beading on rim, full repousse floral body with scalloped ripple surround around raised base. Base engraved for 25th anniversary, script monogram "L" Nov 10 1870-1895, with maker's mark and Sterling. 3 1/2" H x 8" dia. 14.94 oz troy. 2nd-3rd items: Pair of commemorative sterling silver Repousse creamer and double-handled sugar bowl with gilt interior, shaped rims and full Repousse floral bodies and leaf handles. Base engraved for 25th anniversary, script monogram "L" Nov 10 1870-1895, marked Sterling. 3" H. 7.78 oz troy. 4th-6th items: Group of three (3) J.S. MacDonald sterling silver Repousse shakers on tripod scroll feet, removable tops, maker's mark and Sterling on base, 5 1/4" H 7.985 oz troy/3 items. All American, all late 19th/early 20th century. 30.705 oz troy/6 items. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: All items in very good condition with minor surface wear due to age and use. [See more photos →]

$600.00
759 Lot 759: Historical TN items, incl. Gov. W. Blount Signed, Acts of TN Historical TN items, incl. Gov. W. Blount Signed, Acts of TN Lot 759: Historical TN items, incl. Gov. W. Blount Signed, Acts of TN

One (1) Willie Blount Tennessee Governor Signed Land Grant, and three (3) "Acts of Tennessee" books, including 1861, 1881, 1895, 4 items total. 1st item: Governor of Tennessee Willie Blount (1768-1835) and Secretary William Grainger Blount (1784-1827) signed land document, No. 4008, granting James Tatum assignee of the Joseph Eaton "ten acres lying in Dickson County, in the first District on the West fork of the Pine river–Beginning at a stake. Lewis Kapells South East corner, running East-croping [sic] a branch at six poles, in all thirty poles to a stake, in John Tatums North Boundary…" dated August 18, 1812. 15 1/2" H x 12 5/8" W. Early 19th century. Note: William Grainger Blount was the eldest son of William Blount, nephew of Governor Willie Blount. He practiced law in Knoxville and became the owner of Blount Mansion after serving three terms in the Tennessee House of Representatives. 2nd item: Public Acts of the State of Tennessee, Passed at the Extra Session of the Thirty-Third General Assembly, April 1861. Printed by J. O. Griffith and Company, Public Printers, Union and American Office, Nashville. Octavo, 103 pages, hardbound in one quarter brown cloth with marbled paper sides, pencil inscriptions, to front end paper. 8 5/8" H x 6" W x 5/8" D. Mid 19th century. 3rd item: Acts of the State of Tennessee, Passed by the First Extraordinary Session of the General Assembly, 1881, 1882. Published by Albert B. Tavel, Nashville. Octavo, 33 pages with index, hardbound in one quarter brown leather with marbled paper sides, black lettering to spine, pencil inscriptions from previous owner, to back end paper. 8 5/8" H x 6" W x 1/4" D. Late 19th century. 4th item: House Journal of the Extraordinary Session of the Forty-Ninth General Assembly of the State of Tennessee, which convened at Nashville, Monday, May 27, A.D. 1895. Printed by Franc M. Paul Printer to the State, Nashville. Octavo, 160 pages, hardbound in one quarter brown leather with marbled paper sides, black lettering to spine, ink inscription from previous owner, to front end paper. 9" H x 5 7/8" W x 3/8" D. Late 19th century. CONDITION: 1st item: Foxing spots, acid burning, dampstaining, toning, tears, largest 1 1/2" to be expected from age. Scotch tape repairs across width of center fold line. 2nd item: Covers in worn condition, front cover separated from spine, spine covers in old archival tape, corners bumped. Pages with foxing spots, areas of dampstaining, tears, toning, etc. to be expected from age. Old scotch tape repair across width of back end paper. Pencil inscriptions, to front end paper. 3rd item: Covers in worn condition, almost separated from spine, covers bumped. Pages with foxing spots, areas of dampstaining, tears, toning, etc. to be expected from age. Pencil inscriptions from previous owner, to back end paper. 4th item: Covers in worn condition, almost separated from spine, covers bumped. Pages with foxing spots, areas of dampstaining, tears, toning, etc. to be expected from age. Ink inscription from previous owner, to front end paper. [See more photos →]

$600.00
598 Lot 598: 5 Cherokee White Oak Baskets 5 Cherokee White Oak Baskets Lot 598: 5 Cherokee White Oak Baskets

Assembled grouping of five (5) Native American Cherokee white oak baskets including, two (2) lidded buttocks baskets with handles (9 3/4" H x 11" W x 10 1/4" D and 5" H x 5 3/4" W x 5 1/2" D); one (1) carrying basket (6 3/4" H x 10" W x 7 1/4" W); one (1) footed small carrying basket ( 9" H x 7 1/4" W x 4 1/2" D); and one (1) decorative miniature buttocks basket (3 1/2" H x 3 3/4" W x 3 3/4" D). All with alternating dyed weavers, 20th century. Provenance: Nancy Walton Collection, Gatlinburg, TN. CONDITION: All very good condition with light grime. [See more photos →]

$576.00
700 Lot 700: 3 Sterling Silver Table Items, incl. Repousse 3 Sterling Silver Table Items, incl. Repousse Lot 700: 3 Sterling Silver Table Items, incl. Repousse

Three (3) Sterling Silver Table Items, including Repousse. 1st item: Amston sterling silver water pitcher, pear form body, flaring rim and scrolled handle. Maker's mark and number 1005 stamped on the base. 9 1/2" H. 19 troy ounces. 2nd item: Whiting sterling bowl with a shaped repousse rim and ribbed body. Maker's mark and number 7000 stamped on the base. 1 5/8" H x 8 3/4" dia. 6.015 troy ounces. 3rd item: Gorham sterling bowl with lobed body and shaped repousse rim. Maker's mark and number A2227 stamped on the base. 3" H x 10 3/4" dia. 13.240. 38.255 total troy ounces. CONDITION: All pieces overall good condition with light general wear and surface scratching. Both bowls with minor scattered pitting. [See more photos →]

$576.00
790 Lot 790: Three (3) 20th Century Reproduction CSA Style Knives Three (3) 20th Century Reproduction CSA Style Knives Lot 790: Three (3) 20th Century Reproduction CSA Style Knives

Three (3) 20th Century Confederate style knives with 19th century elements. 1st item: 20th century Joseph Rogers Sheffield Silver Mounted Clip Point Bowie Knife with Presentation Box. Ivory grip with silver plated medallion depicting the Louisiana state seal, a pelican feeding her young, silver plated pommel and ferrule with foliate decorations, "S" shaped cross guard, clip point blade. Blade marked "Joseph Rogers/Cutlers to Their Majesties/No6 Norfolk Street/*Sheffield", ricasso marked with a Maltese cross and a six-pointed star, top of guard marked "Louisiana Tigers", top of pommel marked "CSA" in script lettering. Includes Faux black leather presentation case stamped "Colonel J. M. Williams, C.S.A.", "From", "The Officers of the 15th". Blade length – 9 1/8". Overall length – 14 1/8". Case – 1 1/2" H x 17 1/4" W x 5 1/2" D. 2nd item: 20th century CSA style Bowie knife in the style of an Officer's Cooper Iron Works Clip Point Bowie Knife. Turned wooden grip, sheet brass D guard, clip point blade. Includes photocopies of the sources listed below. Blade length – 10". Overall length – 14 1/2". 3rd item: 20th century Military Style Spear Point Knife. Wood grip panels affixed to the tang by three brass rivets, brass cross guard with two incised lines, spear point blade. Ricasso marked "C. HEINZ/COLUMBIA S.C.". Blade length – 8". Overall length – 12 1/2". Provenance: Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum, SC. CONDITION: 1st item: Overall good condition with light pitting to blade. Case with wear, loss to faux leather. 2nd-3rd items: Overall good condition with light pitting to blade. [See more photos →]

$576.00
839 Lot 839: 34 Pcs. Sterling Flatware, incl. Tiffany, Antler Handled Set 34 Pcs. Sterling Flatware, incl. Tiffany, Antler Handled Set Lot 839: 34 Pcs. Sterling Flatware, incl. Tiffany, Antler Handled Set

Assorted group of thirty-four (34) pieces of sterling flatware including set of 12 Tiffany Shell & Thread pattern demitasse spoons, 4" L, monogrammed "K"; Set of 12 Bailey, Banks and Biddle repousse style pattern demitasse spoons, 4 3/8" L, monogrammed "PD"; 7 assorted serving pieces and 1 tea ball with sterling handle, all by various makers, 3 3/4 to 6 5/8" L; and one English sterling fish serving knife and fork with antler handles, hallmarks for Sheffield, 1890, 9 3/4" & 13" L. 17.23 weighable oz troy excluding antler serving pieces. CONDITION: Several pieces with monograms. All in good condition. Thumbprint shallow dent in teaball. [See more photos →]

$576.00
147 Lot 147: Four KY & TN Pottery Pieces incl. Grinstead Four KY & TN Pottery Pieces incl. Grinstead Lot 147: Four KY & TN Pottery Pieces incl. Grinstead

Four (4) Kentucky and Tennessee Pottery Pieces. 1st item: 19th century salt-glazed pottery jar by John Parker Grinstead (Kentucky, 1810-1888), stamped "J P Grinstead" and "1" denoting gallon capacity on the upper shoulder. 9 3/8" H. 2nd item: KY souvenir jug, brown over white slip reading "Compliments of F. T. Burke/Junction City, KY". 3 1/4" H. 1st half 20th century. 3rd item: East Tennessee salt-glazed stoneware jar with script inscription reading "Carpenter Bruce & Co./July the 21, 1893/Fains X Roads". 9 1/8" H. Late 19th century. 4th item: East TN stoneware pottery jar stamped "Weaver Bros. Knoxville". 8" H. Late 19th century. Provenance: Nancy Walton Collection, Gatlinburg, TN. CONDITION: 1st item: Waviness to rim, in the making, some chips to the rim. 2nd item: A couple of glaze voids to the top, overall very good condition. 3rd item: Hairline crack emanating from base to mid-section. 4th item: Hairline emanating from rim down through the body. [See more photos →]

$570.00
569 Lot 569: Lalique Verone Centerpiece Bowl Lalique Verone Centerpiece Bowl Lot 569: Lalique Verone Centerpiece Bowl

Lalique Verone pattern crystal centerpiece bowl with frosted bird and clear scrolling vine decoration. Etched Lalique signature to the base. 7 1/2" H x 11" dia. 20th century. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: Scratching to the base, overall general wear. [See more photos →]

$570.00
760 Lot 760: Framed Woodrow Wilson Items, incl. TLS, Signed Photo Framed Woodrow Wilson Items, incl. TLS, Signed Photo Lot 760: Framed Woodrow Wilson Items, incl. TLS, Signed Photo

Framed collection of four (4) Woodrow Wilson items. 1st item: TLS. One page typed letter. From President-Elect Woodrow Wilson, State of New Jersey, to Judge John Allison, Nashville, TN, dated February 20, 1913. Typed on State of New Jersey, Executive Department stationary. Wilson writes "My dear Judge:-Of course your name would be considered in presented as you suggest, but I cannot encourage you to expect the appoint you speak of. My plans have gone pretty far in the matter and I feel this reply due to you in frankness. I am sincerely obliged to you for your own candid way of approaching the question. Cordially and sincerely yours, Woodrow Wilson". Sight – 8 3/4" H 7 3/8" W. 2nd item: President Woodrow Wilson signed albumen photograph. Signed "Woodrow Wilson" lower right under image. Harris and Ewing, Washington, D.C. studio marks, lower right in image. Sight – 10 5/8" H x 7 3/8" W. 3rd item: June 28, 1920 San Francisco Democratic Convention Floor Staff ticket. Engraved portrait of Woodrow Wilson with a vignette of the San Francisco Civic Auditorium, top left, with facsimile Secretary/Chairman signatures, lower left and right, surrounded by a decorative border. Mounted to frame matte. 3" H x 5 1/4" W. 4th item: Sepia toned photograph with tinting depicting President Woodrow Wilson and his second wife Edith Wilson. Boland studio marks, lower right in image. Sight – 4 7/8" H x 6 1/4" W. All items matted and housed under glass in a black wooden frame with gilt rabbet edge. Sight – 15 7/8" H x 27 7/8" W. Framed – 17 7/8" H x 30" W. All items early 20th century. Provenance: Living estate and collection of internationally known ragtime pianist and historian Johnny Maddox, Gallatin, TN. CONDITION: 1st item: Overall good condition. Signature in strong, clear condition. 2nd item: Overall good condition with some stains, some silvering to edges of photograph. Signature in strong, clear condition. 3rd item: Overall good condition with toning, paste stains to ticket. 4th item: Overall good condition. Not examined outside of frame. [See more photos →]

$570.00
779 Lot 779: 2 Swords, incl. Model 1850 & G.A.R. Sword 2 Swords, incl. Model 1850 & G.A.R. Sword Lot 779: 2 Swords, incl. Model 1850 & G.A.R. Sword

Two (2) Swords, including Model 1850 and GAR Sword. 1st item: Model 1850 Army Staff & Field Officers' Sword. Ray skin grip wrapped in triple brass wire, brass D guard combination basket hilt with foliate motifs, steel blade with quill back, silver painted metal scabbard. Blade length – 31 1/4". Overall length with scabbard – 39". 2nd item: G.W. and Simmons and Company Boston, Massachusetts Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) Sword Patterned on the US Model 1860 Field and Staff Officer's Sword. Shagreen leather grip wrapped in triple brass wire, brass D guard with "GAR" embossed to guard with naval motifs and "US" marked to crossed rifles. Frosted steel blade with patriotic motifs and "G.A.R.", brass mounted nickeled metal scabbard. Ricasso marked "G. W. Simmons & Co Boston Mass". Blade length – 29 7/8". Overall length with scabbard – 36 1/2". CONDITION: 1st item: Sword dismounted and heavily cleaned, erasing any marks. Brass bright and buffed. Wire wrap in place but loose. Repair on knuckle bow where it joins pommel cap. 2nd item: Overall very good condition, pitting to blade. Very light areas of pitting to scabbard. Wrap tight and intact. [See more photos →]

$570.00
828 Lot 828: 2 Gold Fashion Rings, 18K and 14K 2 Gold Fashion Rings, 18K and 14K Lot 828: 2 Gold Fashion Rings, 18K and 14K

Two (2) Gold Fashion Rings. 1st item: 18K yellow gold modern design satin and bright gold ring with four assorted round natural gemstones. Marked FAE, 18K on inside. 1-1/16" H top. Ring size: 6-1/2. 11.8 grams. 2nd item: 14K yellow gold free form ring containing one .10 ct round diamond. Shank is an adjustable 14K "Finger Mate" design, ring size 6-3/4 when closed. 9.9 grams. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Both rings in very good condition with minor surface wear. [See more photos →]

$544.00
832 Lot 832: Group of 8 14K Pearl and Lapis Jewelry Items Group of 8 14K Pearl and Lapis Jewelry Items Lot 832: Group of 8 14K Pearl and Lapis Jewelry Items

Group of eight (8) 14K pearl and lapis jewelry items. 1st item: One (1) 26-inch long blue lapis lazuli bead necklace (8 x 8.5 mm) with 14K yellow gold beads and clasp, 57.6 grams. 2nd item: One (1) 7-inch long blue lapis lazuli bead bracelet (8 x 8.2 mm) with fluted gold beads and 14K clasp. 13.5 grams. 3rd item: One (1) 14K yellow gold 18-inch long cable chain necklace with 10.7 mm dia. freshwater cultured pearls evenly spaced throughout the length, 10.9 grams. 4th item: One (1) 29-inch long double strand Baroque shape freshwater cultured pearl necklace with yellow gold beads and a 14K yellow gold round box clasp, 45.2 grams. 5th item: One (1) 7-1/2" long double-strand Baroque shape or circled freshwater cultured pearl bracelet, 49.6 grams, bracelet is broken at one end. 6th item: Pair of 18K yellow gold pierced earrings holding an 8 mm round white Akoya cultured pearl in each, 3.4 grams. 7th-8th items: Two (2) pair 14K yellow gold ball pierced earrings, one 7mm and other 7.5 mm dia., 1.5 grams together. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: All items in excellent condition except double strand pearl bracelet damaged at clasp. Some surface grime. [See more photos →]

$544.00
845 Lot 845: Group Sterling table items incl. Sanborns, 38 items Group Sterling table items incl. Sanborns, 38 items Lot 845: Group Sterling table items incl. Sanborns, 38 items

Group of thirty-eight (38) Sterling table items, including Sanborns. Set of 8 Sanborns Mexico sterling shell small footed dishes, 2 1/2" L; Reed & Barton cream & sugar set with scroll rim, X828 on base, 2 3/4" H; International Silver Co. small Jefferson bowl, Y90 on base, 2 3/8" x 4 3/4"; Webster pierced edge mint trough, 1 3/4" x 6 1/4"; Gorham sugar tongs, 3 3/4" L; Set of 8 Towle demitasse spoons, 4 1/8" L; and set of 8 sterling pierced rim sherbet cup holders with etched glass screw-in cups, 4 3/4" H including glass (8 sterling holders/9 glass cups). 30.245 total oz troy. 38 items total. CONDITION: No items with monograms and all in very good condition with one dent in base of one sherbet. Glass in good condition. [See more photos →]

$544.00
343 Lot 343: War era Photo of Nashville Wharf, Lee and Generals Print War era Photo of Nashville Wharf, Lee and Generals Print Lot 343: War era Photo of Nashville Wharf, Lee and Generals Print

2 items: Early Photo of Nashville Wharf Steamboats and a "Lee and his Generals" Print. 1st Item: Large Civil War era photograph of steamboats docked at the Nashville Wharf. "Nashville Wharf 1864" is inscribed in front of photograph. Label at bottom front of photograph reads "Property of W. P. Fiske Oct. 13-1925, presented by Jim Doss (heirs), name of vessels identified by Capt. Sam Smith of Water Ways Journal. 11-25-45 W.PF". Label en verso lists the names of the steamboats, "Nashville Wharf – 1864, Reading from left to right, upstream: 1- Bob Roy or Rob, 2- Belle Peoria, 3- Irene, 4- Revenue, 5- Palestine, 6- Lizzie Martin, 7- Mercury". An additional inscription en verso reads "Byrd Douglas in his book on the Cumberland published in 1961, mentions W. P. Fiske on pages 307-314, a copy of which is in my library. The book states that the photo was made in 1862 December, W.P. Fiske was local inspector of boilers, was commissioned Lieutenant Commander in the Coast Guard". Matted and housed under glass in a wooden frame. Image – 13" H x 15 3/4" W. Framed – 18" H x 20 1/2" W. 2nd Item: Lithograph titled "Lee and his Generals" published by J. Hoover, Philadelphia, after the painting by Augustus Tholey (American, died 1898), 1867. Depicts Robert E. Lee on horseback surrounded by 21 of his generals including Stonewall Jackson, Mosby, Polk, Morgan, Hill, Hood, Nathan Bedford Forrest, Longstreet, Hardee, E.K. Smith, Albert Sidney Johnston, Breckenridge, Jubal Early, Joe Johnston, Hampton, J.E.B. Stuart, Beauregard, Fitzhugh Lee, Pemberton, and Bragg. Housed under glass in an antique grain painted wood frame with gilt rabbet edge. Sight – 21 1/4" x 27 1/4" W. Framed – 25" H x 31 1/4" W. Both items American, mid 19th century. Provenance: The collection of internationally known ragtime pianist and historian Johnny Maddox, Gallatin, TN. CONDITION: 1st item: Large 8" H x 6 1/2" W damp stain to upper left corner. Minor spots of water damage throughout. 2nd item: Foxing and damp staining to margins, foxing to image, overall light toning. [See more photos →]

$540.00
471 Lot 471: 3 Japanese Bronze Vases 3 Japanese Bronze Vases Lot 471: 3 Japanese Bronze Vases

Group of three (3) Japanese Meiji period bronze vases, including one (1) bottle form vase with flaring and shaped rim and applied figural dragon decoration to the body and two (2) bronze bottle form vases with applied figural dragon decoration above incised waves, mounted as lamps with brass caps on carved hardwood bases. Individual vase – 8 5/8" H. Vase portion of lamps – 9" H, 20" total H. Late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: Individual vase overall good condition with general wear, oxidation to one lamp with minor scattered pin prick losses. [See more photos →]

$540.00
729 Lot 729: Ernest Parton Oil on Panel Pastoral Landscape Ernest Parton Oil on Panel Pastoral Landscape Lot 729: Ernest Parton Oil on Panel Pastoral Landscape

Ernest Parton (United Kingdom, 1845-1933) oil on panel landscape depicting cows grazing on a hillside. Signed lower right. Housed in a possibly original giltwood frame. 11 1/2" x 8 1/2" sight, 18" x 15" framed. Late 19th/early 20th century. CONDITION: Some light grime and varnish darkening, overall good condition. [See more photos →]

$540.00
769 Lot 769: New York: View from Fort Columbus, Governors Island Lithograph New York: View from Fort Columbus, Governors Island Lithograph Lot 769: New York: View from Fort Columbus, Governors Island Lithograph

View of New York, aquatint, titled "New-York: Taken from the North West Angle of Fort Columbus, Governors Island" from the original sketch by Frederick Caitherwood, engraved by Henry Papprill, 1846. Depicts a view of Lower Manhattan from Governer's Island. Housed in an ebonized and partial gilt wood frame. Sight – 22 5/8" H x 31 5/8" W. Framed – 27 3/8" H x 36 3/8" W. American, late 19th/early 20th century. Note: The New York Historical Society holds the original 1846 plate, from which restrikes have been made. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: Some light toning and scattered spotting, minor abrasions to the frame. [See more photos →]

$540.00
776 Lot 776: Full Stock Boy's Percussion Rifle, .41 cal. Full Stock Boy's Percussion Rifle, .41 cal. Lot 776: Full Stock Boy's Percussion Rifle, .41 cal.

Full Stock Boy's Percussion Rifle, .41 caliber. Lock plate marked "Joseph Manton Warranted", top of barrel marked "H (star) L". Maple stock, octagonal barrel, brass mounted, lock plate with foliate engravings, standard sights, ramrod. Barrel length – 33 1/2". Overall length – 48 1/2". American, early/mid 19th century. CONDITION: Action is sticky. Lock converted to percussion by drum method. Period repair to wrist in German silver. Copper wire repair to ramrod. [See more photos →]

$540.00
843 Lot 843: Sterling Repousse Castle Pattern Child's Mug Sterling Repousse Castle Pattern Child's Mug Lot 843: Sterling Repousse Castle Pattern Child's Mug

Loring Andrews sterling silver repousse child's mug, Castle Pattern, base marked "Sterling" along with the maker's mark "The Loring Andrews Co./ Cincinnati USA". Scrolling foliate and beaded handle, round pedestal base. 4 1/2" H. 5.875 troy ounces. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. Foot slightly misshapen. [See more photos →]

$540.00
520 Lot 520: Roy Craven O/C Farmers' Market Scene Roy Craven O/C Farmers' Market Scene Lot 520: Roy Craven O/C Farmers' Market Scene

Roy Curtis Jr Craven (Florida, born 1924) oil on canvas cubist painting depicting the back-facing view of a farmer in overalls and a fedora hat carrying a full sack over his shoulder, two signs reading "S" and "35" to his left. Signed and dated "Roy Craven/56" top left. Housed in a wooden frame. Sight – 29 3/4" H x 19 5/8" W. Framed – 34 1/2" H x 24 1/2" W. American, mid 20th century. CONDITION: Overall good condition. Canvas loose in frame. Foxing spots en verso. [See more photos →]

$512.00
541 Lot 541: Louis Icart Lithograph, 3 Beauties w/ Cat Louis Icart Lithograph, 3 Beauties w/ Cat Lot 541: Louis Icart Lithograph, 3 Beauties w/ Cat

Louis Icart (France, 1888-1950) colored oval lithograph depicting three young females, one playing with a Siamese cat and a ball of blue yarn while the other two observe. Pencil signed lower right and numbered in pencil #298 lower left. Copyright notation upper left "Copyright 1924 by Les Graveurs Modernes 194 rue de Rivoli, Paris". Originally purchased in Paris. Housed in a gilt wood frame. Sight -16 1/2" H x 21" W. Framed – 23 3/8" H x 27 1/4" W. CONDITION: Overall very good condition, very light toning to paper. [See more photos →]

$512.00
589 Lot 589: Navajo Yei Rug, 5.8 x 3.6, circa 1940 Navajo Yei Rug, 5.8 x 3.6, circa 1940 Lot 589: Navajo Yei Rug, 5.8 x 3.6, circa 1940

Navajo Yei area wool rug weaving, 70" x 43 1/2", depicting five Yei females with ceremonial sashes. Red and black kite border. Cream field and secondary colors of light green, taupe, grey, red and brown. Circa 1940. CONDITION: Overall good condition. Area of green paint on surface, 1 1/2' x 2" on one side and surface stains on other side. Two opposing corners with fraying. [See more photos →]

$512.00
664 Lot 664: Pr. French Bronze Chinoiserie Sconces Pr. French Bronze Chinoiserie Sconces Lot 664: Pr. French Bronze Chinoiserie Sconces

Pair of French bronze Chippendale style Chinoiserie double-arm wall sconces, each with central patinated bronze Chinese figure. Marked en verso of figure, "Made in France". 14 1/4" x 11 1/2" x 4 1/2" D. Mid 20th century. CONDITION: Very good condition. [See more photos →]

$512.00
705 Lot 705: 12 Wallace Sterling Silver Sherbets 12 Wallace Sterling Silver Sherbets Lot 705: 12 Wallace Sterling Silver Sherbets

Set of twelve (12) Wallace sterling silver sherbets, all marked "Wallace/Sterling/6071". 3 1/4" H. 35.48 oz troy ounces. CONDITION: Not monogrammed. All overall very good condition with light surface scratching to the bowl interiors. [See more photos →]

$512.00
508 Lot 508: Olen Bryant Framed Rectangular Face Olen Bryant Framed Rectangular Face Lot 508: Olen Bryant Framed Rectangular Face

Olen L. Bryant (American/Tennessee, 1927-2017) ceramic rectangular shaped face plaque with bronze glazed ground and gilt glazed lines intersecting eyes, nose and cheeks. Mounted on gilt bronze wooden framed backboard in black shadow box. Unsigned. A letter of authenticity and provenance from the artist's niece, who served as his studio assistant and personal representative for his estate, will accompany this lot. Figure – 9-1/2" H x 8" W x 3/4" D. Shadow box – 15-3/4" x 13-3/4" x 2-1/2" D. Late 20th century. Provenance: The Estate of Olen Bryant, Cottonwood/Clarksville, Tennessee. Biography: Born in Cookville, TN, Bryant was a 1950 graduate of Murray State University and a 1954 graduate of the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield, Michigan with a Master's Degree in Fine Arts. He additionally studied at the Cleveland Institute of Art, the Institute in the Visual Arts in American Culture at the University of Delaware and the Winterthur Museum in 1967. Bryant was a professor at Austin Peay State University from 1964 to 1991. Bryant's artwork is widely collected around the United States and is a part of several museum collections, including the Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga, the Tennessee State Museum of Art and the Cheekwood Museum of Art in Nashville and his works have been displayed at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center and at the Governor's Mansion during the Phil Bredesen administration. He was a founding member of the Nashville Artist Guild and the Tennessee Association of Craft Artists (source: Nashville Fine Arts Magazine & The Leaf Chronicle). CONDITION: Overall very good condition. [See more photos →]

$510.00
658 Lot 658: Turkoman Tekke Area Rug, 7' x 3'6" Turkoman Tekke Area Rug, 7' x 3'6" Lot 658: Turkoman Tekke Area Rug, 7' x 3'6"

Semi-antique Tekke Turkoman area rug, wool on wool, 85" x 44", field of reds and brown, secondary colors of ivory and yellow, with two rows of guls in center field and gul filled guard border within multiple minor borders. Circa 1940. Provenance: Estate of Martha Lyman, Dayton, TN. CONDITION: Very good condition. Recently professionally cleaned. [See more photos →]

$510.00
686 Lot 686: 3 Vintage 14K Gemstone Pins 3 Vintage 14K Gemstone Pins Lot 686: 3 Vintage 14K Gemstone Pins

Three (3) vintage 14K pins with gemstones. 1st item: 14K white gold diamond circle pin containing 25 round cut diamonds with a total weight of approximately 1.25 ct. (SI, J-K), 1" dia. 3.6 grams. 2nd item: 14K yellow gold starburst pin with seed pearls and rose cut diamond in center, approx .40 ct. (I, J-K), 1-1/4" dia. 4.4 grams. 3rd item: 14K yellow gold cultured pearl and sapphire circle pin, 1-3/8" dia. 8.3 grams. 16.3 grams total/3 items. CONDITION: All in very good condition with some surface abrasions to sapphires. [See more photos →]

$510.00
787 Lot 787: Winchester Model 1890 Slide-Action Repeating Rifle, .22 W.R.F. Winchester Model 1890 Slide-Action Repeating Rifle, .22 W.R.F. Lot 787: Winchester Model 1890 Slide-Action Repeating Rifle, .22 W.R.F.

Winchester Model 1890 Slide-Action Repeating Rifle, .22 W.R.F. (Winchester Rimfire), serial number 318653, all visible serial numbers matching. Top of barrel marked "Manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Co. New Haven. Conn. U. S. A. Patented June 26. 88. Dec. 6. 92. –MOD 1890–", breech marked ".22 W.R.F". Walnut stocks, octagonal barrel, metal frame, checkered hammer, rear peep sight, loading lever. Barrel length – 23 1/2". Overall length – 40 1/2" W. Serial number corresponds to the year 1907. Most firearms made after 1898 require passing an FFL background check prior to transfer. Please be prepared with proper identification and information. If you do not reside in Tennessee, an FFL dealer in your state is required to complete the transfer. CONDITION: Action holds at full cock. Brown oxidation to barrel and mountings. Storage dings to stocks. [See more photos →]

$510.00
809 Lot 809: Collection of 2469 US Coins, incl. Silver Collection of 2469 US Coins, incl. Silver Lot 809: Collection of 2469 US Coins, incl. Silver

Approximately two thousand four hundred and sixty-nine (2469) US coins, including Morgan Dollars, Franklin Half Dollars, Columbia Exposition, and more. 1st-5th items: Five (5) Morgan Dollars, including one (1) 1879, one (1) 1885, one (1) 1896, one (1) 1921, and one (1) illegible. 4.06 total troy ounces. 6th-29th items: Twenty-four (24) Franklin Half Dollars, one (1) 1954 and twenty-three (23) 1963. 9.66 total troy ounces. 30th-32nd items: One (1) Columbian Exposition Half Dollar and two (2) elongated Columbian Exposition coins, all 1893. .66 total troy ounces. 33rd-61st items: Twenty-nine (29) Kennedy Half Dollars, including nine (9) 1964, seven (7) 1966, seven (7) 1967, four (4) 1968, and two (2) 1969. Approximately 11.04 total troy ounces. 62nd-269th items: Two hundred and eight (208) Jefferson Nickels, minted 1938-1964, including one (1) 1945 "War Nickel". 32.97 total troy ounces. 270th-309th items: Roll of Forty (40) Jefferson Nickels, including two (2) 1948, four (4) 1949, one (1) 1951, three (3) 1952, six (6) 1954, six (6) 1954, one (1) 1955, three (3) 1956, seven (7) 1957, six (6) 1958, and one (1) 1959. Approximately 6.36 total troy ounces. 310th-349th items: Roll of Forty (40) Jefferson Nickels, with six (6) "War Nickels", including one (1) 1938, two (2) 1939, thirteen (13) 1940, six (6) 1941, two (2) 1942, two (2) 1943, two (2) 1945, four (4) 1946, five (5) 1947, and three (3) 1948. Approximately 6.36 total troy ounces. 350th-549th items: Approximately two hundred (200) Jefferson Nickels, two (2) rolls labeled "pre 1960". Housed in five (5) rolls. Approximately 31.80 total troy ounces. 550th-584th items: Thirty-five (35) Buffalo Nickels, dates and mints ranging from 1917-D-1938-D. Housed in a blue Whitman Buffalo Nickel Collection 1913 to 1938, No. 9008 folder. Approximately 5.60 total troy ounces. 585th-636th items: Fifty-two (52) Lincoln Wheat/Memorial Cents, dates and mints ranging from 1909-1940-S. Housed in a blue Whitman Lincoln Head Cent Collection 1909-1940 Number One, No. 9004 folder. Approximately 4.94 total troy ounces. 637th-697th items: Sixty-one (61) Lincoln Wheat/Memorial Cents, dates and mints ranging from 1941-1964-D. Housed in a blue Whitman Lincoln Head Cent Collection Starting 1941 Number Two, No. 9030 folder. Approximately 6.10 total troy ounces. 698th-710th items: Thirteen (13) Indian Head Cents, dates ranging from 1864-1906. Housed in a blue Whitman Indian Head Cent Collection Including 1856 to 1909, No. 9003 folder. Approximately 1.17 total troy ounces. 711th-769th items: Fifty-nine (59) Jefferson Nickels, dates and mints ranging from 1938-1961-D. Housed in a blue Whitman Jefferson Nickel Collection Starting 1938, No. 9009 folder. Approximately 9.44 total troy ounces. Folders approximately 7 5/8" H x 6" W x 1/4" D. 770th-1210th items: Four hundred and forty-one (441) Lincoln Wheat Cents, dates and mints ranging from 1912-1958-D, including twenty-two (22) steel 1943 cents. Approximately 43.82 total troy ounces. 1211th-1460th items: Approximately two hundred and fifty (250) steel 1943 Lincoln Wheat Cents, from various mints. Housed in five (5) rolls. Approximately 22.50 total troy ounces. 1461st-1760th items: Approximately three hundred (300) Lincoln Wheat Cents, minted 1909-1956. Housed in six (6) rolls. Approximately 28.50 total troy ounces. 1761st-1960th items: Approximately two hundred (200) Lincoln Memorial Cents, minted post 1959. Housed in four (4) rolls. Approximately 20 total troy ounces. 1961st-1460th items: Approximately five hundred (500) Lincoln Wheat Cents, minted 1909-1956. Housed in five (5) envelopes. Approximately 50 total troy ounces. 2461st-2469th items: One (1) Brown faux letter bag and eight (8) tins and glass jars, 9 items total. Ranging in size from 2 5/8" H x 10 3/4" H. Approximately 294.98 total troy ounces for all coins. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: All coins in circulated condition. 550th-769th items: Coins in circulated condition. Folders are not completely filled. Does not include all coins within the described parameters. Folders in worn condition. 1961st-2460th items: Two (2) of the envelopes are torn, all associated coins have been kept together. [See more photos →]

$510.00
162 Lot 162: Southwest VA J. B. Magee Stoneware Jar w/ Cobalt, Exhibited Southwest VA J. B. Magee Stoneware Jar w/ Cobalt, Exhibited Lot 162: Southwest VA J. B. Magee Stoneware Jar w/ Cobalt, Exhibited

J. B. Magee (Washington Co., Virginia) stoneware pottery jar with cobalt floral decoration and lug handles. Stamped "J. B. Magee and 4", denoting capacity, below the rim. 12 7/8" H. 2nd half of the 19th century. Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. Note: This jar was exhibited in the "Legacy in Clay: Pottery of Washington County, Virginia" 2005 exhibit, William King Regional Arts Center, Abingdon, VA. It was also illustrated in the "Legacy in Clay" museum exhibit catalog. This piece is similar to another Magee jar illustrated in the book "Great Road Style: The Decorative Arts Legacy of Southwest Virginia & Northeast Tennessee", Betsy K. White, University of Virginia, page 144, figure 129. CONDITION: Firing flaws to the body, some unevenness to rim, in the making. [See more photos →]

$480.00
469 Lot 469: 8 Chinese Carved Jade Items, incl. Animals 8 Chinese Carved Jade Items, incl. Animals Lot 469: 8 Chinese Carved Jade Items, incl. Animals

Eight (8) Chinese Carved Jade Items, including Animals. 1st item: Carved white jade figure of reclining dog with head resting on front paws, with russet inclusions at base. 3″ L. 2nd item: Carved light celadon green jade reclining mother dog with long ears and puppy on her back, 2 3/4″ L. 3rd item: Small carved jade or jadeite reclining dog with head turned back, ribs and spine showing, 2″ L. 4th item: Carved light celadon green jade figural of two reclining horses at play, 2 1/2″ L. All 4 items Chinese, late 19th century. 5th item: Carved light celadon brush washer with two compartments, fruit and floral cluster, small areas of russet inclusions, 3/4″ x 3″ x 1 7/8″. Chinese, late 19th/early 20th century. 6th item: Carved light celadon plaque, one side with cat looking up at butterfly, other side of bird perched in flowering branch. Carved clouds at top with small hole in center, 2 1/4″ x 1 1/2″ x 5/16″ D. Chinese, late 19th/early 20th century. 7th item: Carved light celadon green brush washer, shaped edge of cloud design with carved lotus leaf base, 5/8″ H x 2 1/4″ W. Chinese, early 20th century. 8th item: Carved light celadon green rectangular seal with foo dog on top and characters on base, 1 5/8″ H x 1 3/4″ W x 3/4″ D. Chinese, mid/late 20th century. CONDITION: 1st-4th items in very good condition with no visible losses. 5th item: 2 to 3 fleabites of wear to rim areas. 6th item: Minor areas of russet inclusions. 7th item: Minor wear to base. Otherwise good condition. [See more photos →]

$480.00
494 Lot 494: 6 Milk Glass & 2 Moonstone Clambroth Barber Bottles, 8 total 6 Milk Glass & 2 Moonstone Clambroth Barber Bottles, 8 total Lot 494: 6 Milk Glass & 2 Moonstone Clambroth Barber Bottles, 8 total

Group of eight (8) early 20th century barber bottles including five (5) floral decorated and labeled milk glass examples with stoppers (Toilet Water/Witch Hazel & Opperman's Tonic), one (1) plain milk glass example with stopper, and two (2) Moonstone Clambroth examples (Bay Rum & Witch Hazel) labeled in black script. Ranging in size from 6 3/4" H to 10" H. Provenance: The collection of internationally known ragtime pianist and historian Johnny Maddox, Gallatin, TN. CONDITION: One Clambroth bottle with fleabites to mouth, remaining bottles overall good condition with light wear. [See more photos →]

$480.00
829 Lot 829: 14K Jewelry incl. Seashells, 6 items 14K Jewelry incl. Seashells, 6 items Lot 829: 14K Jewelry incl. Seashells, 6 items

Group of six (6) 14K Jewelry items, including seashells. 1st-3rd items: Three (3) 14K yellow gold seashell pendants or charms including starfish, clam shell and nautilus shell, 5/8" to 7/8" L, 11.5 grams together. 4th-5th items: One (1) Italian made 14K flat "C" link chain, 21-1/2" long and one (1) 14K dog collar charm. 9.2 grams together. 6th item: One (1) British standard 9 karat yellow gold tennis racquet charm, 1.1 grams. 6 items total. 20.7 grams total/14K. 1.1 grams:/9K. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: All in very good condition. [See more photos →]

$480.00
841 Lot 841: Pr. Kirk Repousse Convertible Candelabra Pr. Kirk Repousse Convertible Candelabra Lot 841: Pr. Kirk Repousse Convertible Candelabra

Pair of S. Kirk & Son repousse low convertible 3-arm candelabra, convertible to single. Undersides of bases marked "S. Kirk & Son/Sterling/109F". 6 3/4" H x 11 3/4" W. 27.100 total troy ounces CONDITION: One candlestick with denting to base, the other base with ding to the underside. [See more photos →]

$480.00
168 Lot 168: 3 Society of Medalists Bronze Medals 3 Society of Medalists Bronze Medals Lot 168: 3 Society of Medalists Bronze Medals

Three (3) Society of Medalists bronze medals. 1st item: Society of Medalists, 2nd issue, medal designed by Paul Howard Manship (New York/New Hampshire, 1885-1966). Grape crowned bearded god of wine over a shallow kylix, obverse, youthful satyrs trampling wine and copyright symbol, "P. Manship 1930", reverse. Around rim, in two lines, "Hail to Dionysus Who First Discovered the Magic of the Grape". Marked along edge "The Society of Medalists Second Issue" and "Medallic Art Co. N.Y." 2-3/4" dia. 1930. 2nd-3rd items: Two (2) Art Institute of Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Logan Medals. One (1) designed by Emil Zettler (Illinois/Germany, 1878-1946), depicting three Grecian figures, marked along edge, "Medallic Art Co. N.Y.". 3" dia. 1919. 3rd item: One (1) designed by David (Roland) Smith (New York/Indiana, 1906-1965) with contemporary industrial and Asian imagery, marked on edge, "Medallic Art Co. N.Y. Bronze". 3 1/4" dia. 1956. Provenance: The Estates of Olen Bryant and the late Vanderbilt University art professor Thomas Brumbaugh, Clarksville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Overall good condition. All in circulated condition. [See more photos →]

$450.00
495 Lot 495: 10 Enameled Glass Barber Bottles 10 Enameled Glass Barber Bottles Lot 495: 10 Enameled Glass Barber Bottles

Group of ten (10) glass barber bottles with floral enameled decoration including four (4) amethyst bottles, four (4) black amethyst glass bottles, one (1) light green bottle, and one (1) aqua bottle. Ranging in size from 6 3/4" H x 8 3/4" H. Late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: The collection of internationally known ragtime pianist and historian Johnny Maddox, Gallatin, TN. CONDITION: One amethyst bottle with wear to spout. All overall very good condition with light general wear. [See more photos →]

$450.00
644 Lot 644: 2 Large Western NC Alkaline Glazed Pottery Jars 2 Large Western NC Alkaline Glazed Pottery Jars Lot 644: 2 Large Western NC Alkaline Glazed Pottery Jars

Two (2) large Western North Carolina alkaline glazed stoneware storage jars, one having a dark brown glaze with two strap handles applied on the upper shoulder (18 1/4" H) and the other with brown alkaline drip glaze, one strap handle applied just below the spout and an incised "4" denoting capacity (17" H). Both pieces Late 19th century. Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. CONDITION: 1st jar with hairline crack emanating from the rim, approx. 2" L, some scattered firing flaws. 2nd jar handle shows restoration when examined under blacklight, some scattered firing flaws, otherwise overall good condition. [See more photos →]

$450.00
722 Lot 722: James Crawford Thom, O/C, Children in Autumn Forest James Crawford Thom, O/C, Children in Autumn Forest Lot 722: James Crawford Thom, O/C, Children in Autumn Forest

James Crawford Thom (New Jersey/New York/England/France, 1835-1898) oil on board Hudson River School style landscape genre painting depicting two children, dressed in peasant style clothing, exploring a forest with autumn foliage. Signed "JCT" lower right. Housed in a decorative carved gilt wood frame with acanthus leaves. Sight – 7 7/8" H x 6" W. Framed – 11 1/8" H x 9 1/8" W. Mid/late 19th century. Provenance: the collection of Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Slaymaker, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Overall good condition. Minor frame abrasions along bottom edge and top right of board. [See more photos →]

$450.00
69 Lot 69: 2 Inkwells, incl. Classical Figure & Lion 2 Inkwells, incl. Classical Figure & Lion Lot 69: 2 Inkwells, incl. Classical Figure & Lion

Two (2) Inkwells, including Classical Figure and Lion. 1st item: Circular gilt bronze inkstand with figural Mercury or Dionysis finial and four wells, each with glass inserts and hinged covers with varied mythological themed scenes in relief; raised on a circular foot and having two handles with classical and anthemion motifs. 10" H x 12" W x 7 1/2" D. 2nd item: Inkstand with green marble pen well, carved as a rocky crag and surmounted with a prowling bronze lion figure and a circular bronze inkwell having a hinged foliate relief lid; the lid stamped FRANCE. 5 3/4" H x 15" W x 7" D. 14.7 lbs. Both likely French, late 19th century. Provenance: Private Kentucky collection. CONDITION: 1st item: Scattered small spots of oxidation/ink splatters; spear in figure's hand is slightly bent. 2nd item: Inkwell lacks glass insert, scattered minor edge chipping to marble. [See more photos →]

$420.00
496 Lot 496: 9 Painted Glass Barber Bottles 9 Painted Glass Barber Bottles Lot 496: 9 Painted Glass Barber Bottles

Collection of nine (9) painted glass barber's bottles various forms, all with hand painted floral enamel decoration, some with additional gilt decoration. Colors include one (1) cobalt, one (1) ceruleran blue, one (1) aqua, two (2) light amber, two (2) green including one with the stopper, one (1) milk glass and one (1) satin blue example that retains the stopper. Ranging in size from 6 1/4" H to 8 3/4" H. Late 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: The collection of internationally known ragtime pianist and historian Johnny Maddox, Gallatin, TN. CONDITION: All bottles overall very good condition with no chips or cracks, light wear to decoration. Some pontils not polished. [See more photos →]

$420.00
507 Lot 507: 5 Pcs. Herend Porcelain, mostly Queen Victoria 5 Pcs. Herend Porcelain, mostly Queen Victoria Lot 507: 5 Pcs. Herend Porcelain, mostly Queen Victoria

Assembled group of Herend porcelain including a pair of Demitasse cups with saucers, small teapot and small oval covered sauce tureen or serving dish, all in the green Queen Victoria pattern, together with a Herend double salt cellar with cherub finial. All pieces with blue Herend mark stamp and numbered on the base. Ranging in size from 2" H x 4 1/2" dia. to 6 3/4" H x 6" W. All pieces 20th century. Provenance: Nashville, TN estate. CONDITION: All pieces excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$420.00
810 Lot 810: 148 Mixed US Coins w/Silver, incl. Franklins, 1921 Peace 148 Mixed US Coins w/Silver, incl. Franklins, 1921 Peace Lot 810: 148 Mixed US Coins w/Silver, incl. Franklins, 1921 Peace

One hundred and forty-eight (148) Mixed US Coins with silver, including UC Franklin Half Dollars, 1921 Peace Dollar, Carson City Morgan Dollar, 1882. 1st-17th items: Partial Roll of Seventeen (17) Franklin Half Dollars, all 1963. 6.83 total troy ounces. 18th-32nd items: Partial Roll of Fifteen (15) Franklin Half Dollars, all 1954. Approximately 6 total troy ounces. 33rd item: One (1) Peace Dollar, 1921. .85 total troy ounces. 34th item: One (1) Carson City Morgan Dollar, 1882. .84 total troy ounces. 35th-39th items: Five (5) Barber Half Dollars, including one (1) 1892, one (1) 1905, one (1) 1911, one (1) 1914, and one (1) 1915. 1.88 total troy ounces. 40th item: One (1) Alabama Centennial Half Dollar, 1921. .39 total troy ounces. 41st item: One (1) Liberty Head Quarter, 1915. .15 total troy ounces. 42nd-49th items: Eight (8) Seated Liberty Quarters, Dimes, and Half Dimes. Two (2) quarters, including one (1) 1840 and one (1) 1854. Three (3) dimes, including one (1) 1875, one (1) 1878, and one (1) illegible. Three (3) half dimes, including two (2) 1853 and one (1) 1854. .71 total troy ounces. 50th-54th items: Five (5) Standing Liberty Quarters, all illegible. .90 total troy ounces. 55th-105th items: Fifty-one (51) Liberty Head Nickels, one (1) 1883, two (2) 1893, one (1) 1895, one (1) 1898, six (6) 1899, two (2) 1900, one (1) 1901, five (5) 1902, four (4) 1904, three (3) 1905, three (3) 1906, two (2) 1907, one (1) 1908, two (2) 1909, one (1) 1910, five (5) 1911, seven (7) 1912, and four (4) illegible. Includes used window wrapper. 7.68 total troy ounces. 106th-107th items: Two (2) Capped Bust Coins, including one (1) dime and two (2) half dimes, all 1883. .15 total troy ounces. 108th-130th items: Twenty-three (23) Buffalo or Indian Head Nickels, including one (1) 1925, one (1) 1926, three (3) 1928, two (2) 1929, one (1) 1930, one (1) 1935, two (2) 1936, four (4) 1937, and eight (8) illegible. 3.59 total troy ounces. 131st-133rd items: Three (3) Liberty Head 3 Cent Pieces, including one (1) 1865, one (1) 1869, and one (1) 1873. .20 total troy ounces. 134th-137th items: Four (4) Shield 2 Cents, including two (2) 1864 and two (2) illegible. .74 total troy ounces. 138th-143rd items: Six (6) Indian Head Cents, including one (1) 1859, one (1) 1863, one (1) 1887, one (1) 1894, one (1) 1901, and one (1) 1902. .66 total troy ounces. 144th item: One (1) Wheat Penny, 1957. .10 total troy ounces. 145th item: One (1) Eureka, California Fractional Gold Coin, 1835. 146th-147th item: Two (2) Civil War Tokens, 1863. 148th item: One (1) Eisenhower Dollar, 1971. Approximately 18.55 total troy ounces for all silver coins. Approximately 31.67 total troy ounces for all standard US pre-1964 coins. Provenance: the collection of Benjamin Dysart, Brentwood, Tennessee. CONDITION: 1st-32nd items: Uncirculated condition. 33rd-148th: Circulated condition, some coins with drill holes. [See more photos →]

$420.00
492 Lot 492: 4 Cut and Enameled Glass Goblets, poss. Moser 4 Cut and Enameled Glass Goblets, poss. Moser Lot 492: 4 Cut and Enameled Glass Goblets, poss. Moser

Four (4) cut and enameled Bohemian glass goblets, possibly Moser. Inverted campana form bowls with diamond cut crystal sides, embellished with polychrome enameled floral sprays and gilt trim, over a tapering faceted stem and foot with enameled gilt cartouche designs. 7 3/4" H. Late 19th century. CONDITION: One goblet has a 1/16" chip to the side and fleabite to stem, otherwise all items excellent condition. [See more photos →]

$416.00