Categorized Listing Of Lots

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Lot 287A: 1802 needlework sampler, Mary Cooper, alphanumeric and verse, 6.25" x 8.5", rosewood veneered period frame, overall excellent condition, Estate of Ann Wyeth McCoy
Estimate: 300-500
Lot 291: 1840 needlework sampler, Sarah G. Billings, alphanumeric with a verse flanked by urns of flowers and trees, a fence in the foreground, signed "Sarah G. Billings, Aged 13 Years, August 22, 1840", 16.75" x 16", mah veneered frame, overall excellent condition, Estate of Ann Wyeth McCoy
Estimate: 800-1,200
Lot 294: Red painted pine Sheraton mirror with reverse painted glass panel depicting a barn in a field, original red painted or washed surface, 22.5" X 10.75", replaced glass, early 19th c.
Estimate: 200-400
Lot 297: Silk embroidery of basket of fruit, 7.5" x 8.5", wrapped around a wood panel, in period gilt frame, some stains
Estimate: 100-200
Lot 300: 1798 needlework sampler by Rachel Byes, alphanumeric with verse, bottom row with 2 birds holding a basket of fruit flanked by strawberries, 10.75" x 10", a few small stains, otherwise excellent
Estimate: 300-500
Lot 303: Slave made walnut burl bowl, Davidson County, NC, descended in the Leonard Family of North Carolina, 23" x 10" x 7", Provenance: Terry Dwyer
Estimate: 1,800-2,500
Lot 306: 1962 Green Bay Packers team signed football, 42 signatures, on a Hutch Official ball, with original box, end flaps with losses, good contrast in signatures, overall very nice condition
Estimate: 600-800
Lot 309: Bamboo sword cane, blade marked Toledo (Spain), metal tip, 35.5" overall, excellent condition
Estimate: 150-250
Lot 311: Pr wrought iron and brass andirons, brass urn finials, 19 1/2" h
Estimate: 100-200
Lot 311A: Pr wrought iron gooseneck andirons, cubic tops, 17"h
Estimate: 200-300
Lot 311B: Pr wrought iron gooseneck andirons, cubic tops, with medallions, 17 3/8" h
Estimate: 200-300
Lot 312: Bamboo sword cane, no tip, brass ferrule handle, loose, some pitting on blade, 34" overall
Estimate: 100-150
Lot 315: Sterling mounted rosewood walking stick, hexagonal shaft, L-handle, marked sterling, monogram on heel of handle, base metal tip, 35" overall
Estimate: 200-300
Lot 318: Shark vertabrae J-handle walking stick, antler dividers & handle tip, bottom tip of horn missing metal cap, 35.25" overall
Estimate: 100-150
Lot 321: Eagle carved ivory L-handle walking stick, splits in handle, branch shaft, metal tip, 34.75" overall
Estimate: 100-150
Lot 324: Snake carved bone L-handle walking stick, split in handle, base metal ferrule, rubber tip, 30" overall
Estimate: 100-150
Lot 327: Round Top (Ozark Mountains?) souvenir walking stick, rustic wood shaft with random "burned in" design, bark on handle, 36.5" overall
Estimate: 75-125
Lot 330: 2 figural swagger sticks, carved wood bird head and metal dog head L-handle tops, side of dog head with damage, 37" 35.5" overall
Estimate: 75-125
Lot 333: Copper teakettle with swing handle, dovetailed construction, stamped "VIII" on bottom of handle, lid finial resoldered, 14" h
Estimate: 200-300
Lot 336: Oval copper teakettle with fixed handle, dovetailed construction, 8" h
Estimate: 100-150
Lot 339: Round brass teakettle with fixed handle, dovetailed construction, 12" h
Estimate: 150-250
Lot 342: Federal herringbone inlaid flame mahogany dresser box, inlay on lid, front, & ends, cloth lined interior, with 1819 family provenance inside, some loose veneer, missing escutcheon, 7.25" w, 4" h, 4.5" d
Estimate: 100-150
Lot 345: Hollow chalkware seated spaniel, in the style of Staffordshire pottery, head with restoration and reglueing, 8.75" h
Estimate: 75-125
Lot 348: United States Check Punch, hinged oak case, patent dated Dec 8, 1891, Serial # 2787, United States Check Punch Company, Newark, NJ, 7.5" w, 6.5" h, 6" d
Estimate: 200-300
Lot 351: Pine knife carrier in original painted decoration, chrome yellow interior, exterior with black and red grained decoration over yellow, turned handle, 12.5" l, 9" w, 19th c, along with 12 bone handled knives w/12 matching forks, Meridean Cutlery Co,
Estimate: 400-600
Lot 354: Red painted birch trencher, chip on one end, 23" l, 15.5" w, 5.5" h
Estimate: 600-800
Lot 357: Figural white metal lamp, after Moreau, 3 beaded shades, 29" h
Estimate: 200-300
Lot 360: 19th c figured cherry and mahogany veneer miniature Empire chest, 12" w, 11" h, 9" d
Estimate: 400-600
Lot 363: Brass and wrought iron trivit with wood handle, crowned monogram design, 14" l, 4.75" h, raised on iron legs with spade feet
Estimate: 100-200
Lot 366: 28" x 44" diamond pattern hooked rug, some damage at edges
Estimate: 75-125
Lot 369: 3 masted sailing ship model, 35" l, 26"h, in custom glass enclosure, brass sheathed hull, hand made and hand painted
Estimate: 400-600
Lot 369A: Brass NCR Model 332 cash register
Estimate: 300-500
Lot 372: Patinated bronze figure of a boy holding a conch shell. Fitted to spout water. 48" high, 24" wide, 36" deep.
Estimate: 400-600
Lot 375: Cast concrete garden ornament in the form of a stag. Condition: damage to legs and antlers. 48" high, 48" wide, 9 1/2" deep.
Estimate: 500-700
Lot 375A: Fiber glass standing lion, 86" long, 56" high
Estimate: 400-600
Lot 375B: Cast iron cherub and frog shell form fountain, 18" high, 15" diameter
Estimate: 300-500
Lot 375C: Cast lead spread wing eagle on platform base, some splits and losses
Estimate: 300-500
Lot 378: Red and green painted slat-side wagon, 42" long, 33" wheel to wheel
Estimate: 300-400
Lot 381: Blue and red painted pine prayer bench, 48 1/2" long, 8" wide, 6 1/2" high
Estimate: 200-300
Lot 384: Walnut child's potty rocking chair with heart-shaped cut out in back. 26 1/2" high.
Estimate: 200-300