Early American Antiques & Decorative Arts 2007-09-01 Auction - 453 Price Results - Garth's Auctions Inc. in OH - Page 4
DoneSep 02, 2007 8:20 AM EDT
Columbus, OH, United States
Auction Details

Early American Antiques & Decorative Arts

Items From the Collections of: Ruth Hunter of Virginia; Edward J. Baker of Champaign County, Ohio; The Late Robert J. Flagor of Mentor, Ohio; Elizabeth C. Heckert; The Late Alberta Reynolds; Rebecca Hahn Peed; Items sold to benefit the Hale Farm and Village, a Property of the Western Reserve Historical Society. Plus additions Friday, August 31, 2007, 2:00 P.M. EST Lots 1-440 Saturday, September 1, 2007, 10:00 A.M. EST Lots 441-894 Location: Two miles South of Delaware, OH, at the intersection of Rt. 23 and Rt. 315, just 15 minutes North of Rt. 270.
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FRAKTUR.: Painted by Daniel Otto, the Flat Tulip Artist (ca. 1792-1822, southeast Pennsylvania), watercolor and pen and ink. Typical brightly colored tulips in geometric patterns surround a bordered text.
0513: FRAKTUR.Est. $2,000-$4,000See Sold Price
GOOD MASSACHUSETTS THEOREM ON PAPER.: Family register signed "Sarah F. Johnson / Dana / March 15th 1835" in floral heart at bottom. Finely stenciled columns and vines arch over village scene with willow and urn, crowned by an eagle. Moss
0514: GOOD MASSACHUSETTS THEOREM ON PAPER.Est. $1,000-$2,000See Sold Price
NANTUCKET QUAKER NEEDLEWORK MEMORIAL.: Massachusetts, dated 1812. Miniature silk on linen embroidered for "Lucretia Starbuck. Born 26th of 8th mo. 1809. Died 3rd of 10th mo. 1812. Aged 3 years 1 mo and 11 days. So fond desires are often
QUAKER SAMPLER.: Probably Pennsylvania. Dated 1828. Silk on linen."Elizabeth Mitchell's Work aged thirteen years 1828" in center surrounded by apposing flower and leaf vine crowned by facing birds. Typical Quaker
0516: QUAKER SAMPLER.Est. $700-$1,400See Sold Price
CONNECTICUT SAMPLER.: Made by Marcy Peck in 1804. Silk on linen. Good colors. Federal style house flanked by large leaf trees above alphabet and numbers. Signed "Marcy Peck age 8 years. Ad 1804." And "ABEHLM". Probably
0517: CONNECTICUT SAMPLER.Est. $700-$1,400See Sold Price
PAIR OF CHIPPENDALE STYLE SIDE CHAIRS.: American, early 20th Century. Straight leg, ribbon back chairs with brown finish and cane slip seats. Repaired crests. 17 1/2" seat, 38 1/4"h.
0518: PAIR OF CHIPPENDALE STYLE SIDE CHAIRS.Est. $150-$300See Sold Price
LANDSCAPE PAINTING BY FISCHER.: Small painting of wetlands titled Hegenwetter (Rainy Weather). Signed "Ed. Fischer '76" possibly for Eduard Fischer (German, 1852-1905). As found condition (found on St. Croix after Hurricane Hugo,
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DESK AND BOOKCASE.: Probably Midwestern, ca. 1820 -1840. Well-figured curly maple with cherry interior. Poplar secondary. Rich color with mellow finish. Three-drawer base with panel sides, turned front feet and inside
0520: DESK AND BOOKCASE.Est. $700-$1,400See Sold Price
LATE CLASSICAL PEMBROKE TABLE.: Midwestern (found in western Ohio), ca. 1820-1840. Curly maple and poplar. Rotating top with shaped leaves and a single drawer, resting on a turned shaft and splayed legs. Refinished. 28 1/2"h. 34
0521: LATE CLASSICAL PEMBROKE TABLE.Est. $300-$600See Sold Price
SHERATON TWO-DRAWER STAND.: Ca. 1815-1830. Boldly striped curly maple and poplar with finely turned legs. Sold at Garth's, May 24, 1969, lot 343. Refinished with mellow color, replaced brasses. 28 3/4"h. 19 1/2"w. 17 1/4"d.
0522: SHERATON TWO-DRAWER STAND.Est. $350-$700See Sold Price
NEW ENGLAND DOCUMENT OR: TRAVELING BOX. Possibly Rhode Island, ca. 1780-1820. Curly maple with chestnut secondary wood. Applied molding and retains an older finish and possibly original brass hardware. Ex George Schoellkopf
0523: NEW ENGLAND DOCUMENT OREst. $1,000-$2,000See Sold Price
CURLY MAPLE FRAME.: American, 19th Century. Square nail construction with split turnings and corner blocks. Retains an older mellow finish, currently fitted with a mirror. 16 1/2"h. 12 1/2"w., opening is 14"h. 10 1/8"w.
0524: CURLY MAPLE FRAME.Est. $250-$500See Sold Price
KNIFE BOX.: American, mid-19th Century. Curly maple sides and a bird's-eye maple divider with an unusual cutout handle shaped like a food chopper. Pine base. Dovetailed sides. Old refinishing and a few scorch
0525: KNIFE BOX.Est. $200-$400See Sold Price
CHIPPENDALE SLANT FRONT DESK.: Probably Rhode Island. Late 18th Century. Curly maple with chestnut secondary. Framed provenance consisting of 1862 Rhode Island bequest accompanies desk. Dovetailed case, fitted interior and four
0526: CHIPPENDALE SLANT FRONT DESK.Est. $1,500-$3,000See Sold Price
THREE PIECES: Wooden scoop with a faceted handle (some damage), 10 3/4"l.; a stuffed white felt squirrel eating a carrot (minor wear), 7 3/4"h. and a black velvet "pins" cushion with embroidered face. Reputedly
0527: THREE PIECESEst. $150-$300Lot Passed
FOUR SEWERTILE ANIMALS.: American, 20th Century. Two dogs, one a Scottie, 5 1/2", 7 1/2"h.; a cat (broken tail), 4 3/4"h. and an unglazed rabbit. Ex Jack Adamson. Chipped foot. 6"h.
0528: FOUR SEWERTILE ANIMALS.Est. $150-$300See Sold Price
BASKET AND PINCUSHION.: American, 20th Century. Lidded basket with two swing handles. Woven splint in diamond pattern with orange and green paint over grey. Wear. 11 1/2"w. 6"h. And a carrot shaped pincushion in orange
0529: BASKET AND PINCUSHION.Est. $150-$300See Sold Price
CAROUSEL HORSE.: American, early 20th Century. Second row galloping horse attributed Spillman (Spillman Engineering Co., North Tonawanda, New York, made animals for small, travelling carousels). Good form with glass
0530: CAROUSEL HORSE.Est. $1,000-$1,500Lot Passed
DOLL HOUSE.: American , 20th Century. Large four-room doll house with original mustard paint with gold/olive trim, two chimneys and glass windows. The rooms have various cloth tacked to the floors (three are
0531: DOLL HOUSE.Est. $300-$600See Sold Price
FOLKY CLOTH DOLL.: Late 19th Century. All hand sewn with good details including individually attached fingers with embroidered nails, separately stuffed head with sculpted nose and chin and embroidered eyes and mouth.
0532: FOLKY CLOTH DOLL.Est. $200-$400See Sold Price
FOLKY TWIN CLOTH DOLLS.: 1890-1910. Home made little boy dolls dressed in period, if not original ,"Little Lord Fauntleroy" skirted suits. Heavy muslin bodies with seam at neck, inked faces, appliqu?d plush woolen coating
0533: FOLKY TWIN CLOTH DOLLS.Est. $200-$400
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FRAMED DISPLAY OF EARLY BASEBALL CARDS.: Includes 22 cards: Tris Speaker (E94, George Close), Larry Doyle (T205, Hassan), Home Run Baker (T205, Hassan), Ty Cobb (E94, George Close), Christy Mathewson (T206, Piedmont), Al Mattern (T205,
0534: FRAMED DISPLAY OF EARLY BASEBALL CARDS.Est. $500-$1,000See Sold Price
ROCKING HORSE.: American, turn of the 20th Century. Wooden horse with original grey dapple paint and tack of real and faux leather. Red felt saddle blanket and cantle. Braided horsehair tail and lock of mane, glass
0535: ROCKING HORSE.Est. $600-$1,200See Sold Price
CHILD'S ROPE BED.: American, mid 19th Century. Refinished maple and cherry stained pine. Turned posts and shaped head and footboards. Some edge damage. 44 1/2"w. 20 1/4"d. 38 1/2"h.
0536: CHILD'S ROPE BED.Est. $300-$600See Sold Price

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