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THE GILBERT JONAS LIBRARY SALE.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 22nd 1pm E.S.T. ONLINE ONLY at LIVEAUCTIONEERS.

 

 

An extensive selection of Heritage Press, NY publications, with sleeves and Sandglass inserts. Aviation, Flying, Astronaut and Space books for adults and juvenile readers. Group includes first editions by Earhart, Lindbergh, Rickenbacker and Corrigan. Many other First Editions inc. sgd. Eugene O’Neill; Illustrated books inc. Mahlon Blaine; Norman Rockwell; Cyrus Roy Baldridge; John Vassos; Randolph Adler; Aristede Maillot; Jean-Gabriel Domenique; Nichols; Suydam; Barnett Freedman; John Austen; Hans Alexander Mueller; Edmund J. Sullivan; Majeska and many others... Design books etc. Interesting selection of fine books. Please call if you would like to come and examine the books by appointment prior to the sale or if you would like to be present during the sale. We can also arrange for absentee or telephone bidding. Gallery will be open for exhibition for the sale on the 23rd during the book auction.

 

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ESTATE AUCTION

Saturday, January 23, 2 pm

179 Temple Hill Road New Windsor, New York 12553

 

Contents of a Yorktown Heights C. 1803 Colonial Contents of a Westchester County Tudor Mansion

 

Properties removed from a Cornwall, New York House

 

 Exhibition: Fri, Jan. 22 11am– 4pm | Day of Sale 11am till sale time

 

Auctioneers: Joanne C. Grant and John Paul 

AMERICAN FURNISHINGS to include a New England early 19th C. Deacon’s bench; a 19th C. cobbler’s bench; pine and cherry Windsor chair, C. 1800; oak and ash Windsor child’s high chair, C. 1830-1850; New England 18th C. Queen Anne cherry tilt top table; assembled set of four New England early 19th C. Windsor chairs and other Windsor chairs ; 19th C. rustic oak two seat bench; 19th C. chestnut spool turned bed; early 19th C. large spinning wheel; 19th C. drop leaf table; 19th C. dough box; 19th C. six board blanket chest with boot jack ends; painted wood and iron child’s sled; Shaker chair; pr. classical maple side chairs, cane seats, C. 1830; Connecticut Grandfather’s clock and another; double dial calendar clock; Lincoln rocker; set of five 19th C. Chippendale style chairs; rococo revival walnut loveseat; Victorian walnut armchairs; carved mirrored hall tree; mahogany dental cabinet, C. 1910; inlaid mahogany candle stand. Many good quality antique fireplace fenders, American and English including Arts and Crafts wrought iron of good design and brass surrounds of good form. LIGHTING to include late 19th C. brass mirrored girandoles; numerous late 19th C. lamps including painted opalescent and brass table lamp; late 19th C. Art Nouveau molded glass and brass table lamp; several period oil lamps; brass and red cased glass two light student lamp; brass & green cased glass student lamp; brass and cranberry glass lamp and others; several emeralite lamps, varying types; reverse painted glass shade scenic lamp; leaded dome; leaded glass windows, large black painted metal and clear glass railroad lantern 29”H.and others EARLY DECORATIONS to include 18th C. English apothecary bottle; painted leather fire bucket marked M. Spooner No. 2, 1840; Sunderland pink lustre transferware jug ,”Sailor’s Farewell” with mariner’s compass and friendship poem; collection of other pink lusterware; English 19th C. pink transfer earthenware. BRONZES to include Alfred Boucher, ¾ life size bronze “Au But” “The Finish Line” 5 ‘ H. x 7’ L., removed from The Colgate Mansion with provenance; monumental bronze of two children on a pedestal, sgd. 68”H; life size bronze trumpet player, sgd. F. Parlan, 56”H.; a one of a kind garden fountain with figures and font, 5’6”H.; life size garden lion seated on a spherical base, green patination, 61”H.; bronze Trojan type horse in the manner of Botero; bronze fountain, “Play Days” bears Harriet Frishmuth signature; period Art Deco bronze of an archer lady, brown and gilded patination; several other Art Deco bronzes of quality. Albert Giacometti (after) bronze grouping,” Trois Hommes Qui Marchent”, sgd,; cubistic bronze grouping after Picasso; Theodore Tholenaar, Dutch bronze bust of a woman, sgd. PAINTINGS, WATERCOLORS, ETCHINGS to include an important American watercolor, sgd. Homer; an oil on canvas with children sgd. William Ranney; an American oil, Morning Shadow, sgd. John Folinsbee; an oil on canvas (mounted on board) , Stream in Winter, sgd. M. Cullen; beach scene with figures sgd. Mabel Woodward ; oil on copper, NY harbor, sgd. A. E. Groll; oil, New York City lower Manhattan skyline sgd. Spencer; Pr. of Japanese works by Otsuka; also J.G. Tyler; Gordon Grant; Alice Valenstein; Edgar Stareck; Georges Chavignaud; Louis Leon Eugene Billotey; Juliet Mills; Waldo Murray; Bartow Matteson; Cascio etc. several Rembrandt etchings and other estate found etchings and works needing to be examined; Jules Cheret lithograph; pr. Currier and Ives lithographs, “The Union Volunteers”

LIONEL TRAINS Antique Lionel trains to include streamline O Gauge train set, Union Pacific Engine and four cars with tracks; transformer 250 Watts, Type 200 (orig. booklet); Lionel #2460, 6466WX, 2025, 152, X2454 (Baby Ruth); 3451, 022, automatic gateman; complete 027 gauge electric train set with die cast locomotive, remote control, forward and reverse, many in orig. boxes. Other trains.

OTHER . Early American glass to include amber Sandwich glass pitcher; several Sandwich glass salts; Sandwich glass compotes, vases, bowls and platter. 19th C. blue opalescent glass; 19th C. amber glass inc. blown glass candlesticks; many examples of early mold blown and colored New England glass. Early copper cookware and kitchen accessories; brass and wrought iron utensils; candle molds; Seeburg Jukebox for 33 1/3 records; C. 1942 microphone on stand; Murray Fire Patrol pedal car (needing some restoration); Roseville inc. hard to find pr. of hanging planters; Weller, McCoy, Abingdon and other pottery ;18th C. Dachow Bavarian wood carved doll, hand painted (needing restoration); bisque head dolls inc. Handwerck, Simon & Halbig, CM Bergman. ORIENTALIA . Swords and bayonets; early photography albums inc. photographs, cabinet cards, tintypes, daguerreotypes etc. with some unusual things; Wallace Nuttings; VINTAGE CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES to inc. leather bomber jacket; dresses; purses inc. Paloma Picasso purse and a Victorian beaded bag together with several silver mesh purses; hats etc. ; estate jewelry to include platinum and gold diamond rings, cameo brooches and cameo ring, sterling jewelry and sterling and marcasite.


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HOW 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 mag2715jag@aol.com 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. Auctioneers: Joanne C. Grant And John Paul. Absentee and phone bids accepted.