Current Auctions - June 27 & 28, 2020

Sporting & Historical Auction                                                    Saturday, June 27 2020
Preview Dates & Times
June 22 - 26, 2020 by appointment only 
please call 475 234 5120
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Auction Start time
11am EDT
Auction Location
Online 
China Trade E Pluribus Unum Needlework
China Trade E Pluribus Unum Needlework

China trade needlework picture. 19th century. Opening: H 18-3/4", W 18-1/2" approx. Frame size: H29-1/2", W 27-3/4". Excellent condition. Collection of Laura Mitler.

George Washington Bust
George Washington Bust

Fine quality bust of George Washington. Circa 1900. Cast and sculpted cast stone with original bronzed paint. H 25-1/2" . Excellent condition.

Important Tintype Cap Anson - Marshalltown Stars
Important Tintype Cap Anson - Marshalltown Stars

mportant hall of famer tintype of Cap Anson with his team the Marshalltown Stars, Marshalltown, Iowa. Circa 1868. Cap's father and 2 brothers were Marshalltown Stars team members as well. It is probable that they are in this important image as well. This exact tintype is documented in Ken Burns, Smithsonian 1st Inning, video series. No case. 19th century. H 3-5/8", W 2-3/8".

China Trade E Pluribus Unum Needlework
China Trade E Pluribus Unum Needlework

China trade needlework picture. 19th century. Opening: H 18-3/4", W 18-1/2" approx. Frame size: H29-1/2", W 27-3/4". Excellent condition. Collection of Laura Mitler.

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Antiques from Estates and Collections                             Sunday, June 28, 2020
The estate of renowned anthropologists and food historians Michael and Sophie Coe of New Haven, CT. The collection of attorney Laura Mitler of New Haven, CT.
Preview Dates & Times
June 22 - 26, 2020 by appointment only 
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Auction Start time
11am EDT
Auction Location
Online 
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John Martin (1789-1854) Apocalyptic Painting
John Martin (1789-1854) Apocalyptic Painting

Oil on canvas by John Martin (1789-1854) titled, "The Destruction of the Cities of the Plains" signed lower center, dated 1823. Purchased in 1965 from Leggatt Brothers - Fine Art Dealers in London England. Original receipt and correspondence accompanies this lot. Frame size: H 43-1/4", W 66". Sight: H 39", W 61-1/4"

18th Century English Oak Tavern Table
18th Century English Oak Tavern Table

Tavern table. England, 18th century. Joined and turned oak. Finely dovetail constructed drawer with wrought iron nails. Beautiful mellow patina , H 27-1/2" D 21" L 33-1/4"

Late 19th C Black Forest Bulldog Inkwell
Late 19th C Black Forest Bulldog Inkwell

Late 19th century Black Forest bulldog inkwell. Carved wood with glass eyes. Original insert for ink. Original felt and metal collar with silver plaque. metal collar partially missing. H 3-1/4"

John Martin (1789-1854) Apocalyptic Painting
John Martin (1789-1854) Apocalyptic Painting

Oil on canvas by John Martin (1789-1854) titled, "The Destruction of the Cities of the Plains" signed lower center, dated 1823. Purchased in 1965 from Leggatt Brothers - Fine Art Dealers in London England. Original receipt and correspondence accompanies this lot. Frame size: H 43-1/4", W 66". Sight: H 39", W 61-1/4"

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