AMERICANA.FOLK ART. POLITICAL TEXTILES. GEORGE
COLLECTION.19TH C. MOLDED AND BLOWN GLASS. STERLING SILVER INC.
AND JENSEN. PAINTINGS. SATURDAY, SEPT. 10TH.
ONE OWNER Collection NO RESERVES. OCTOBER: CONTENTS
SAME RESIDENCE: RARE LIMITED EDITION CLUB AND
Unusual auction of a single owner collection
being sold without reserves. Purchased from major auctions at Parke-Bernet Galleries including the J. Amory Haskell Coll.;
The Hodgson Coll.; The Halpert Folk Art Coll. and the Garbisch Coll. Also with original purchase provenance from Cora Ginsberg,
Ginsberg & Levy; The Old Print Shop; Jan and Larry Molis; Guthman Americana; E. Grosvenor Paine; Conrad Stein; John Gordon;
Ruth Troiani; Good & Hutchison; Leonard Balish; Peaceable Kingdom, etc. Sale Features an important silk embroidered harbor
scene wrought at identified girls school in Litchfield, Conn. (Parke-Bernet, 1944, J. Amory Haskell Coll. and again in April
1973 and Jan. 1977); Grand National Whig Banner; silk embroidered mourning picture for Samuel Coolidge, sgd. and executed
by his daughter, 1790 (Halpert Coll., Sotheby’s Parke Bernet, Nov. 1973); embroidered picture “Hope” by
Elizabeth, late 18th C. (Garbisch Coll., Parke-Bernet, Jan. 1974); PA cutwork picture; portrait, Wm. Augustine Washington
III, nephew of George Washington, Senior Assoc. Judge, U.S. Supreme Court, engraved by M. Févret de Saint-Mémin
(Sotheby-Parke Bernet label); Federal mirror, gilded eagle surmount; George III silk needlework fire screen panel; Chas. Wilson
New Hampshire Barometer, Woodruff ’s Pat. June 5, 1860; Birge Conn. Clock, orig. label; Washington Andirons, c. 1825
(2 pairs); 19th-C. Hessian Andirons; Calligraphy drawings, swan sgd. C. C. Fellows, dtd. 1847; horses and a country house
sgd. E. C. Marlall, C. 1870-1880; American theorem, mid-19th C.; Washington textile, c. 1810 based on an Am. drawing by Charles
Buxton, M. D.; Washington-Harrison textile, 1789-1889; Wm. McKinley silk banner; Washington Memorial textiles, c. 1800 “The
Effect of Principle Behold the Man” and “The Love of Truth Mark the Boy”; Washington & Franklin Textile
or The Apothesis of Franklin, c. 1800; other textiles: Theodore Roosevelt handkerchief with cowboy hat and repeating TR motif;
Progressive Roosevelt handkerchief; Washington Centennial Shield (Used in Washington Centennial on Wall Street); Washington
Blown Flask, c. 1800-1825; Washington Redware Vase; Staffordshire Washington on Horseback Inkwell; Gillender Presidential
Busts, Complete Set of Six, produced at their exhibit on Centennial grounds; ironstone dish “Great Fire of City of New
York” (Stock Exchange Fire), c. 1836-1840; Louisiana Purchase cup depicting Washington, Jefferson, Lafayette, and Napoleon.
Quantities of historical Staffordshire blue and white transferware. Miniature silhouette and other portraits, Washington,
Lincoln, and others. 19thC. gilded copper and zinc running horse weathervane, c. 1860-1875; carved eagle attr. to John Bellamy,
c. 1870 (Sotheby’s Parke Bernet, Jan. 1974); rare Eastern PA slipware “watering can,” dated 1843 (Hodgson
Coll., Parke-Bernet, 1974); numerous Bennington pitchers, c. 1850-1860, Rockingham glaze, unusual decorations; IMPORTANT SCRIMSHAWED
POWDER HORN. YORK COUNTY MAP. Depicts route from NYC to Oswego and Niagra. Sketched by Rufus Grider in 1890. Bears a 1761
date and initials MLG. SILHOUETTES to include a family group signed Augustin Edouart, dated 1839; Wm. McCall family, signed
Augustin Edouart, 1837 (Maud Wilmot Jackson Coll.); N. Hawthorne sgd. Henry Williams, dated 1824 (Sotheby Parke Bernet, May
1975); Dr. Edward Holyoke by Master Hankes, C. 1828-1829; seated lady by S. Metford (Jackson Coll.); mother and child with
horse drawn toy by Louisa Detten-Hoffer (1779-1829) (Jackson Coll.); SEVERAL EARLY AMERICAN WATERCOLOR PORTRAITS; HISTORICAL
GLASS: Cleveland Hendricks 1884 tray; 1876 Centennial Ware; A Square Deal Roosevelt platter; In Remembrance Platter-“God
Reigns First in Peace, Charity for All” with Washington, Lincoln, and a third; bottles to include clear and amber George
Washington; Benjamin Taylor and B. Franklin, Oyottville Glass Works. CAST-IRON DOORSTOP COLLECTION. RARE WINE COLLECTION.
HUNDREDS OF PCS. OF 19th-C. BLOWN AND MOLDED GLASS INC. VASELINE AND SGD. MOSER.
TO PARTICIPATE: In association with Live Auctioneers, Mid Hudson Galleries will offer live online
bidding @ www.liveauctioneers.com. Prospective bidders must register in advance in order to participate. Registration
must be completed prior to 2 hrs. before sale time. Bidders may also bid by telephone or
by absentee bidding. Online bidders are subject to a 25% buyer’s premium. Inquiries may be directed to Joanne Grant, principal auctioneer at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 914-882-7356.
TERMS OF THE SALE: Cash, traveler’s checques, Visa, M/C, Paypal, Checks, if known to us, with the under-standing that merchandise may be held until check clears. Auctioneer:
Joanne C. Grant. Absentee and phone bids accepted.