June 19, 2022 Auction
    
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Lot 49 :
JOHN JOSEPH ENNEKING (American, 1841-1916)
recumbent lamb
sgn and dated l.l. Enneking 84; inscribed on reverse Boston June 15th, 1916 / To my young friend / Master John Webster Wesfall I present this study of a little lamb. / I hope he will always love and…  MORE
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

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Lot 50 :
JOHANN BERTHELSEN (American 1833-1972) NEW YORK WINTER SCENE
59th Street looking East Plaza Square
sgn. l.r.; titled verso; 10 by 8 in.; framed 16 by 14 in.  
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

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Lot 51 :
DIMINUTIVE NEW ENGLAND WALNUT CHIPPENDALE BLOCK-FRONT CHEST
old surface, shaped top, four drawers; bracket base; 30.5"h; case 30.5"w;19.5"d; top 34"w
Collection of G.W. Samaha
Old hardware in proper holes; restoration to base.  
Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000

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Lot 52 :
18TH C. CHIPPENDALE WALNUT TALL CASED CLOCK
Pennsylvania or Virginia, 8-day brass works, moon-phase dial with ship; ornate carving to hood; carved shell to door; ogee feet; 97"h (not incl. 6" finial)
Collection of G.W. Samaha  
Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000

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Lot 53 :
18TH C. CHIPPENDALE WALNUT CHEST
good color, overhanging top with 4 graduated drawers on applied bracket base, 33"h; case 34"w, 18.5"d; top 37.5"w, 21.5"d
Collection of G.W. Samaha
Brasses are old but later.  
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

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Lot 54 :
RHODE ISLAND CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY CHEST
four graduated drawers with original brass; overhangning molded top, ogee feet, 31.5"h; case 33.5"w; 18"d; top 37"w; 19.5"d
Collection of G.W. Samaha  
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

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Lot 55 :
WILLIAM H. BROWN (1808-1883) PAIR OF FULL BODY SILOUHETTES
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Florence
each sgn. and dated W.H. Brown/1847...Boston Antheneum
10 by 6.75"original gilt frames 1.75 by 7.5"
Collection of G.W. Samaha
Born in Charlston, NC, traveling artist William Brown was a portrait painter and silhouettist whose subjects were distinguished persons,…  MORE
Estimate: $500 - $700

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Lot 56 :
NEWPORT CHIPPENDALE SANTO DOMINGO MAHOGANY DROP LEAF TABLE
18th c., stop-fluted legs, old surface, 42.5"w; 27.5"h
Collection of G.W. Samaha
Some scuffs to top; small piece missing on lid near hinge.  
Estimate: $2,500 - $3,500

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Lot 57 :
18TH C. LOOKOUT DOOR PANEL
original glass set in panel door with old surface and remnants of paint; attached old hand written note Look Out Panel From One of the Doors of the Old Keys Hotel with Stengel Glass Now the Demuth Cigar Store; opening…  MORE
Estimate: $600 - $800

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Lot 58 :
EXCEPTIONAL 18TH C. WINDSOR BOW-BACK ARMCHAIR
New England, painted gold rings to spindles and legs; grain-painted saddle seat; boldly splayed, turned legs joined by H-stretcher; 42"h; the wide seat 18.75"h; 21.5"
Collection of G.W. Samaha, purchased John Walton  
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

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Lot 59 :
RHODE ISLAND WINDSOR PAINTED, BRACE-BACK ARMCHAIR
original green paint, continuous arm, 13 spindles; back 35"h; seat 17.5"h; 17"w
Collection of G.W. Samaha  
Estimate: $800 - $1,200

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Lot 60 :
NEW HAMPSHIRE CHIPPENDALE CHEST
Dulap school, old red surface; molded top, four graduated drawers with original hardware; with carved apron on ball and claw feet; 36"w; 34"h; 19.5"d
Collection of G.W. Samaha
Restoration to base; two backplates missing on handles; wood chip on top-back-right corner.  
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

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Lot 61 :
(on 3) 18TH C. CARVED FURNITURE ELEMENTS
2. a shell-carved small drawer front with original brass in old surface, 14"w; 7.25" h
3. a Queen Anne leg (highboy or table), 27"total (leg itself is 23"); tiger maple fan carved drawer, sans brass; 7" h.;15"w.; 17" d. (lip damage…  MORE
Estimate: $400 - $600

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Lot 62 :
NEW ENGLAND WINDSOR COMB-BACK, BOW-BACK ARMCHAIR
prob. original black paint, knuckle arms, back 48.5 h; seat 19"h; 22.5"w
Collection of G.W. Samaha  
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

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Lot 63 :
NEW ENGLAND QUEEN ANNE GRAIN PAINTED SIDECHAIR
grain-painted as tiger maple; scalloped seat rail, cabriole legs ending in pad feet joined by block and turned stretchers; 40.5"h; slip seat 17"h; 19"w
Collection of G.W. Samaha
Age appropriate wear to paint.  
Estimate: $400 - $600

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Lot 64 :
18TH C. NEW ENGLAND CHERRY SNAKE-FOOT CANDLESTAND
26"h; top 16.75" diam. (quarter inch shrinkage)
Collection of G.W. Samaha
Age crack in top.  
Estimate: $300 - $500

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Lot 65 :
SIGNED WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA FULL-STOCK RIFLE, BISLE
overall 58.25"; early 19th c. Westmorland/Unity-style flint-lock rifle with bold relief carving at butt, breech tang, entry thimble, ramrod channel, and both sides of lock/side plate; 42.75" seven-groove octagon barrel with a 2.5" pointed tang; barrel signed on top flat…  MORE
Estimate: $1,800 - $2,800

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Lot 65A :
FINELY ENGRAVED ALLEGHENY COUNTY RIFLE
overall 49", mid 19th c.; finely engraved silver furniture; half-stock percussion sgn. on top barrel flat ??BROWN/ PITTSg PA; .36 caliber; 33-5/8" octagon seven-groove barrel with engraved 2.75" spear point tang; 4-7/8" x 1" finely engraved indistinguishable signed lock plate;…  MORE
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

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Lot 65B :
OUTSTANDING UNSIGNED FULL-STOCK RIFLE
overall 62.5", mid 19th c., poss. Ohio; 46.75" seven-groove, octagon barrel .42 caliber.; 4-3/8" silver inlay plate on top barrel flat with a 3.75" spear point tang also retaining a .75" diamond inlay at left side barrel breech; 9" trigger…  MORE
Estimate: $1,600 - $2,400

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Lot 65C :
UNSIGNED WORCESTER COUNTY-STYLE, HALF-STOCK RIFLE
overall 52.25", mid 19th c.; half-stock percussion 36-5/8" eight-groove octagon .38 caliber barrel with 2-3/8" spear-point tang; 4-3/8" x 7/8" engraved lock plate stamped STEEL & WARREN ALBANY; 8" trigger guard; classic Worcester Co. four-panel patch box; silver wire inlay…  MORE
Estimate: $1,200 - $1,800

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Lot 66 :
18TH C. PENNSYLVANIA BOLD TIGER MAPLE TALL CHEST
old color, three short drawers over five graduated drawers with oval, embossed beehinve brass; scalloped skirt with flared feet; the top two side drawers have secret locks, 62"h; 37.75"w; 20.5"d
Collection of G.W. Samaha
Brasses replaced; small patch to lower edge of…  MORE
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

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Lot 67 :
19TH C. INLAID BELT KNIFE
blade stamped with maker mark W within a circle; figural wood grip inlaid with what appears to be pewter; octagon pommel with pewter and bone cap; in leather wool lined scabbard; blade 7"overall; 2" false edge; knife 12" total  
Estimate: $400 - $600

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Lot 68 :
FOLK ART PORTRAIT (American, 19th c.)
African American gentlemen
unsigned, mixed media collaged on artist paper, matted; paper 29 by 20 in.; image 27 by 19 in.
Bill and his partner Madeleine Fisher purchased this, and the following lots 69-72, in 1980's from a member of the Spooner…  MORE
Estimate: $400 - $600

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Lot 69 :
(2) FOLK ART PORTRAITS (American, 19th c.)
two women
unsigned, mixed media, collaged, matted; the first, a narrow vertical portrait on dark background of woman in dotted dress with blue scarf; 21.25 by 9.25 in. (paper), 19 by 7 in (image); the second is a translucent blue eyed…  MORE
Estimate: $800 - $1,200

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Lot 70 :
(2) FOLK ART PORTRAITS (American, 19th c.)
each of a gentleman
unsigned, mixed media, collaged, matted; the first a bearded man with hat titled along upper left edge SHORT ARM ; 17 by 11 in. (paper), 13.5 by 8.25 in (image); the second, a man in checkered cloak,…  MORE
Estimate: $800 - $1,200

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Lot 71 :
(2) FOLK ART PORTRAITS (American, 19th c.)
each of a well-dressed gentleman
unsigned, mixed media, collaged, matted; the first is a man in formal outerwear with top hat; 15.5 by 9.5 in (paper); 12.5 by 6.75 in (image); the second is a man with blue ascot; 15 by…  MORE
Estimate: $800 - $1,200

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Lot 72 :
(2) FOLK ART PORTRAITS (American, 19th c.)
each of a gentleman, unsigned, mixed media, collage, matted;
the first is blue-eyed with blue patterned undershirt; 15.75 by 9.5 in (paper); 12.5 by 7.5 in (image); the second is a stout fellow with dark background; 11 by 9 in.…  MORE
Estimate: $800 - $1,200

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Lot 73 :
AMERICAN PRIMITIVE, 19th c.
Sunday, coming to the village church
unsigned, o/tin, 10.5 by 15 in.; framed 13 by 18 in.
Collection of G.W. Samaha  
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

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Lot 74 :
JAMES GUY EVANS, (Louisiana/England, 1810-1860)
Brig Henry with American flag
sgn. l.r. Evans
inscribed Brig Henry of N. Kingston...Cole Comr. off the Rio Grande with Volunteers / October 21, 1846; o/c; 29 by 36 in.; black frame 31.5 by 38.5 in.
G.W. Samaha collection; ascended through the Cole…  MORE
Estimate: $15,000 - $25,000

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Lot 75 :
JOHN BREWSTER, JR. (Connecticut/Maine, 1766-1854)
portrait of the artist's sister, Betsy Avery Brewster (1798-1838)
her sister, Sohpia, was sold by CRN Auctions, 10/24/21
31 by 22.25 in.; framed 34 by 25 in.
On reverse a facsimile of script signature from upper left corner J. Brewster lummer
Collection…  MORE
Estimate: $200,000 - $300,000

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Lot 76 :
(2) AMERICAN PRIMITIVES, 19th c.
children's drawings; a dog "ANDY" Charming Force 1836, frame in. (old tears in paper, water stain lower right); the second, a horse, frame 10.75 by 12.75 in. (folds in paper)
water color on paper laid on newspaper over board; both 8…  MORE
Estimate: $600 - $1,200

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Lot 77 :
AMERICAN PRIMITIVE, 19th c.
Abigail Elizabeth Avery, East Charlemont, Buckland, Massachusetts
half portrait of girl seated among swags of drapery, holding her cat
o/c, 32 by 26 in.; poss. original grain-painted, ebonized frame 42 by 36 in.
See History of Buckland, Kendrick Kellogg
Collection of G.W. Samaha
Blacklights…  MORE
Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000

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Lot 78 :
CHARLES HENRY GIFFORD (American, 1839-1904)
harbor docks, Fairhaven, Massachusetts
sgn. and dated l.r. C.H. Gifford 93/Aug.
o/c, 14 by 24.5 in.; gilt frame 16.5 by 27 in.
Collection of G.W. Samaha  
Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000

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Lot 79 :
AMERICAN PRIMITIVE, 19th c.
three-quarter portrait of girl with basket, holding a floral sprig
o/c, 28 by 23 in.; framed 30 by 24 in.
Collection of G.W. Samaha
Blacklights fine; minor dabs of inpaint along edge; two minimal spots of inpaint above hair; a few minimal flakes…  MORE
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

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Lot 81 :
AMERICAN, 19th c.
a summer afternoon on the porch, pross. Hudson River
o/c, 24 by 32 in.; original gilt frame 32 by 40 in.
Collection of G.W. Samaha, purchased Sotheby's January 20, 2005, lot 961.
Purportedly this painting was in the attic of the house…  MORE
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

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Lot 82 :
attrib. JAMES HOPE (American, 1818-1892)
c. 1860, overview of Vermont village, near Castleton, mountains in distance
o/c (relined); 26 by 38 in; walnut frame 33 by 45 in.
Collection of G.W. Samaha.  
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

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Lot 83 :
AMERICAN, 19th c.
coastline view with house on hill, American flag, teppee in distance
sgn. and dated l.l. J.W. Murray 1875; o/b; 12 by 17 in; original gilt frame 16 by 21in.
Collection of G.W. Samaha.  
Estimate: $700 - $900

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Lot 84 :
M.P. MOTT (American, 19th c.)
Twin Lights
Chatham Light Station, Cape Cod
sgn. l.l. M.P. Mott; o/c, 12 by 16 in.; framed 16 by 20 in.
The twin lights were established in 1808. In 1923, one of the towers was moved to Eastham, Cape Cod to serve…  MORE
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

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Lot 85 :
PAIR OF CHIPPENDALE BRASS ACORN-TOP ANDIRONS
c. 1787, attrib. Whittingham, New York, c., turned log stops, ball and claw feet; 20.5"h
Collection of G.W. Samaha  
Estimate: $500 - $800

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Lot 86 :
PAIR BRASS AND IRON PENNY-FOOT ANDIRONS
c. 1800, diamond and flame finial, 25.5"h
Collection of G.W. Samaha  
Estimate: $400 - $600

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Lot 87 :
SILAS HOADLEY MAHOGANY TALL CASED CLOCK
painted wood dial signed Silas Hoadly, (1786-1870), Plymouth, Connecticut, wooden works; hood with original fretwork and full brass capped columns; waist with brass capped quarter columns; 79"h; 84" h incl. steeple brass finial; base incl. ogee feet 18"w; 12"d ,…  MORE

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Lot 88 :
MARYLAND CHIPPENDALE WALNUT TALL CASED CLOCK, CHANDLEE
Ellis Chandlee (1755-1816)
c. 1795, dial signed ELLIS CHANDLEE/ NOTTINGHAM
95.5"h (incl. finial); 22.5" at base; 11"d
Collection of G.W. Samaha
Nottingham was originally situated in Chester County, Pennsylvania. In 1769, after the ratification of the Mason Dixon Line, it became part of…  MORE
Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000

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Lot 89 :
RHODE ISLAND CHIPPENDALE TALL CASED CLOCK, SPAULDING
marked on dial SPAULDING / PROVIDENCE, brass and silvered dial with strike/silent, pierced brass spandrals; Newport mahogany case in old surface, 81"tall; waist 13.75"w; base 19"w; 10"deep
Collection of G.W. Samaha
Restorer's notes: "The back of the seconds bit is engraved Brown/Boston.…  MORE
Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000

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Lot 90 :
MASSACHUSETTS CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY TALL CASED CLOCK
attrib. Tabor, Roxbury case with brass stop-fluted columns, ogee feet
102"h (incl. finial); base 20"w; 10"d
Script note on inside of back of case: This clock was made by Stephen Tabor in 1805.....
Collection of G.W. Samaha  
Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000

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Lot 91 :
RHODE ISLAND CHIPPENDALE TIGER MAPLE CHEST-ON-CHEST
top part with five graduated drawers; lower part with three graduated drawers, original brass; bracket feet; 86"h (incl. finial); case 37.5"w; 17.5"d
Collection of G.W. Samaha  
Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000

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Lot 92 :
NEW ENGLAND QUEEN ANNE MAPLE, SPANISH-FOOT ARMCHAIR
rush seat, 41"h; 23" w; seat 16"h  
Estimate: $700 - $900

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Lot 93 :
NEW ENGLAND QUEEN ANNE MAHOGANY, FAN-CARVED LOWBOY
molded, over-hanging top with cut corners, long drawer over three, center drawer with deep fan carving, brass appears original, 31" h; 30" w; 18" d; top 35" h; 19.5" w
Two-board top.  
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

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Lot 94 :
FEDERAL GILT AND EGLOMISE MIRROR
eglomise panel of little girl holding her hat, bordered with scrolls and swags, 37.5"h; top 21.5"
Some paint loss.  
Estimate: $800 - $1,200

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Lot 95 :
QUEEN ANNE-STYLE UPHOLSTERED MAHOGANY DAY BED
19th c., eight legs with pad feet joined by turned stretchers; 36" by 32" by 70"
Collection of G.W. Samaha  
Estimate: $800 - $1,200

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Lot 96 :
MEMORIAL NEEDLEWORK WITH VILLAGE SCENE, 1809
To the memory of S.A. Hyde / who died 18th February 1809 / Aged 8 years 8 months, in reverse painted oval opening frame; 18 by 23 in.; framed 22 by 27 in.
Collection of G.W. Samaha
Reverse paint is flaked off,…  MORE
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

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