ARTWORK:  Important, large Andy Warhol silkscreen 21/60 “Diamond Dust Shoes” w/provenance; Frederic E Church – Lg. oil landscape “Heart of the Andes”; Nicola Simbari harbor scene; E. Nardi; TA Ribot; AT Hibbard (2) Robert Logan (2); Yves Parent (2 of Montauk); SP Hodgdon (2 Boston scenes); JF Herring (2 - Hunt & barnyard); CG Alexander; Peter Watts (jockey); Dore; Harry Benson; Lendall Pitts; Cappy Amundsen; CG Copeland; Heinrich Steen; P. Goodnow; Braulio - car show; F. Raubicheck; Kollwitz print; Pr. early Nantucket portraits attr. JS Hathaway; K. Hallam (2) CL Maxfield; 4 fine 1809 Havell prints after Salt of Eastern scenes w/natives; BRONZES; Bergmann warrior; F. Pautrot; Leon Pilet; Large Hermes bronze, 19TH C.

STERLING SILVER & JEWELRY & COINS:   30+ lots silver flatware & hollowware & serving pieces incl. Tiffany, Gorham, Kirk; 925 picture frames & boxed set 12 Lenox cups & tea set;  25+ lots fine jewelry incl. 14K gold pocket & wristwatches incl. LeCoultre & Bucherer;  14k jewelry incl. rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, etc. Art Deco diam. rings; 14k bracelet w/20 charms; gold & silver US & foreign coins.

ORIENTAL RUGS:  15 fine old & antique incl. rm size & scatters - Kirman, Kashan, Tabriz, Art Deco Chinese Aubusson 12 x 15 ft,, Sarouks; etc. Also: Old Navajo Indian rugs & Rio Grande blankets.

MILITARY & INDIAN & ASIAN ITEMS:  Extensive lot WWI & Span-Am. War items from US hero & Capt. Frank R. Potter of 105th Inf. AEF incl. medals & pins (some solid gold plus Dist. Svc Cross & Purple Heart), many military & recon photos, sword, spurs, books,battle maps, etc; German WWI sword; WWII patches & pins. INDIAN: Rare Plains beaded hide possible bag; 1890 Sioux pipe bag, beaded Indians; beaded gauntlets; 20” Antique wood Kachina doll; Ledger pictographs; Catlanite pipes; wood pipe stems incl. Chippewa puzzle from Minn; pipe axes; rare beaver tail trade knife; Tlingit raven rattles; effigy spoons; Apache & Hopi coil baskets; Navajo rugs; ASIAN: 11 pc. Japanese carved ivory dresser set w/dragons, sgd; Pr. large ivory noble figures; 20” Satsuma Thousand Faces foo dog urn; Rose Medallion & Imari punchbowls; Pair Chinese signed bowls & red silvered bowl;

FURNITURE: About 50 lots incl. important Mid Century modern pcs by George Nakashima (Dining table & set 6 Origins walnut chairs);  Magnarp lamp; chairs; etc Arts & Crafts incl 2 settles (one Stickley Bros); Gus Stickley Tree of Life oak bookshelf & library table; etc Antique incl. French pair inlaid m/top chests & bombe chest; Pr. carved cherub stools; Fancy Vict. turtle m/t table; 6 fine Chipp. Mahog. chairs; Ca. 1800 Irish Chipp. m/t table; Geo III dressing table; 1820 Maine chest; 1800 walnut cabinet; Inlaid sofa ca 1800; Ca 1700 Prie Dieu cabinet; Pr. Asian cabinets; Chinese tables;  7 ft. Asian children ptd. screen; 3 Nutting chairs; 2 blanket chests; 18th c. tall clock by Rich Smith; 8 country painted chairs; Country cupboard

LAMPS & MISCELL:  Tiffany Studios 423 floor lamp & 319 lily lamp; Pairpoint Directoire; Handel panel lamp; Several student & oil & astral lamps; Black Forest carved bears hall tree; Brass fireplace bench; Pair 6 ft. Nubian painted wood torchieres; Cvd wood carousel horse & Punch cigar store figure;  Marble statue stand & outdoor urn; Many Nantucket related pcs by Tony Sarge , Kerry Hallam paintings, plus Nantucket collectibles – Coffin photos; books; pewter, baskets; plates; poster & Nantucket painted furniture; Pflueger reels; Huge old Lionel train lot; 19th c. child’s sled; 3 huge crystals on stands;



Telephone 508-771-1722

​​​Americana Auctions


   SAT. DEC. 9TH 2017 at 11AM  ​

Including fine art, silver, jewelry, furniture, rugs, Asian, Native American & Nantucket related items 

Live (public welcome!) and online via computer bidding - Sale held at 380 Winthrop Street (Rt. 44), in Rehoboth, MA - Preview times Tues. to Sat. prior week from 10-4pm.  Saturday 9 am to sale time. Absentee and phone bidding accepted. 



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