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Marine Oil Painting on Canvas
An American warship on the high seas, unidentified but almost certainly meant to represent the Maine, famed battleship whose loss precipitated the Spanish-American war.; signed lower right: J.S. Wrigbe and dated 96.   America. 1896.
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American Oil Sketch on Board
A small ranch in the Western fooothills; unsigned.

Stylistically, this work suggests Taos School influence.   America. early 20th century. 8" x 10"
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Ink on Paper Drawing by Walter Greaves (1846-1930)
James McNeill Whistler, a faint view across the Thames in the background; signed at the right and identified in another hand at the bottom.

Greaves was a sometime pupil of Whistler's and portrayed him a number of times. An oil portrait of Whistler by him was shown in the Whistler Exhibition... (more)   England. c. 1890.
Price: $3,800.00

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Portrait Oil on Canvas
A woman painter at her easel; perhaps a self portrait. Unsigned.   Italy. c. 1700.
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Painted Delaware Valley Ladderback Side Chairs
With mustard paint over old blue, and rush seats. We have three, offered as a group, a pair, or a single chair.
Prtced per each. TWO SOLD. ONE AVAILABLE
  America. c. 1800.
Price: $550.00

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Early Victorian Music Stand
The slanted music holder fixed to a brass rod and adjusting in height; two folding candlearms attached; on a ball, ring, and baluster standard raised on three scroll legs.   England. c. 1840.
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Georg III Sterling Silver Pepper Caster or Pepperette
Urn form, on a short stem and circular foot; marked for London, maker's mark partly illegible.

  England. 1809. 2 1/2" H.; 1 oz.
Price: $175.00

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John Milton: IN POPULO ANGLICANO, contra Claudii anonymi, alias Salmasii, Defensionem Regiam
Second Edition, 1652; London, Du Gardianis (Leyden, Elzevir?); 276 +(7) +2 blanks. Woodcut title device; 12mo; a tall copy (274 x 76.2 mm.); full original unscuffed vellum with lettered spine; t.p. and first few leaves slightly browned in the upper margin, but overall a tight clean copy of this important... (more)   1652.
Price: $950.00

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A Pair of Renaissance Lead Votive Plaquettes
One with the image of St. Matthew; the other of St. Thaddeus. Both have original pigment, almost complete in the case of the Matthew plaque; both holed for hanging. Probably German.   c. 1550.
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Fine Federal Star Inlaid Mahogany Tall Clock
The star inlaid hood with swan's neck crest enclosing a white painted and gilt decorated dial, and original eight day brass movement striking on a bell;, above a waist section with well figured arched door, all supported on French feet joined by a shaped skirt.
This clock has a history of... (more)   America. c. 1800. 94" H.
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