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June 6, 2004 11:00AMCalender

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  • Gilt Gesso and Wood Mirror Clock

    Lot: 117
    Sold for: $3,173$2,700

    Gilt Gesso and Wood Mirror Clock, E.P. Moulton, Saco, Maine, c. 1885, the split baluster frame enclosing a reverse painted glass and mirror opening to a painted iron concave dial inscribed more ...

  • Gilt Gesso and Wood Mirror Timepiece

    Lot: 118
    Sold for: $3,290$2,800

    Gilt Gesso and Wood Mirror Timepiece, New Hampshire, c. 1825, the split baluster gilt and black painted frame with reverse painted and stenciled tablet and mirror below opens to a painted iron dial more ...

  • Gilt Gesso and Wood Mirror Clock

    Lot: 119
    Sold for: $764$650

    Gilt Gesso and Wood Mirror Clock, New Hampshire or Massachusetts, c. 1825, the rectangular gilt molded door with a reverse tinsel painted glass tablet and mirror below opening to a dished painted more ...

  • Mahogany Cased Chronometer

    Lot: 120
    Sold for: $3,173$2,700

    Mahogany Cased Chronometer, Eggert & Son, New York, early 19th century, the mahogany brass bound double lidded case opens to a brass cased movement with engraved silver dial inscribed "Eggert & more ...

  • Classical Mahogany Carved Lyre Banjo Timepiece

    Lot: 121
    Sold for: $31,725$27,000

    Classical Mahogany Carved Lyre Banjo Timepiece, Massachusetts, c. 1825, the carved finial above the shaped case with mahogany bezel opening to a painted iron dial and eight-day brass weight-driven more ...

  • Classical Mahogany Carved Lyre Banjo Timepiece

    Lot: 122
    Sold for: $5,288$4,500

    Classical Mahogany Carved Lyre Banjo Timepiece, probably Massachusetts, c. 1825, the carved finial above a molded wooden bezel and painted iron dial inscribed "Smith" and brass eight-day more ...

  • Classical Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer Timepiece

    Lot: 123
    Sold for: $1,293$1,100

    Classical Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer Timepiece, probably Massachusetts, c. 1825, the acorn finial above a molded bezel opening to a painted metal dial and brass eight-day weight-driven movement more ...

  • Grain Painted Pine, Satinwood and Mahogany Veneer Tall Case Clock

    Lot: 124
    Sold for: $3,525$3,000

    Grain Painted Pine, Satinwood and Mahogany Veneer Tall Case Clock, New Hampshire, early 19th century, the molded broken pediment supports three brass finials above the arched glazed bonnet door with more ...

  • Rare Ted Williams 1959 Team Issue Two Part Wool #9 Uniform

    Lot: 125
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    Rare Ted Williams 1959 Team Issue Two Part Wool #9 Uniform, the shirt with stitched "Red Sox" and #9 on reverse, with attached uniform makers tab of Tim McAuliffe, Inc., 24 Lincoln Street, more ...

  • Three Quart Pewter Flagon

    Lot: 126
    Sold for: $3,819$3,250

    Three Quart Pewter Flagon, Thomas D. and Sherman Boardman, Hartford, Connecticut, c. 1815-20, urn finial on domed and molded cover with "chairback" thumbpiece over a tapered cylindrical body more ...

  • Three Quart Pewter Flagon

    Lot: 127
    Sold for: $3,055$2,600

    Three Quart Pewter Flagon, Boardman & Hart, Hartford Connecticut, c. 1825-30, domed cover with "chairback" thumb piece on tapered cylindrical form with molded fillet and base, double more ...

  • Pewter Quart Mug

    Lot: 128
    Sold for: $9,400$8,000

    Pewter Quart Mug, Jacob Whitmore, Middletown, Connecticut, c. 1750-75, flared cylindrical form with fillet, S-scroll handle with bud terminal, molded base, rare rose mark to interior base, round more ...

  • Pewter Quart Mug

    Lot: 129
    Sold for: $3,819$3,250

    Pewter Quart Mug, Samuel Hamlin, Hartford, Connecticut, late 18th century, tapered cylindrical form with everted lip, molded banding, S-scroll handle with bud terminal on molded base, shaped more ...

  • Pewter Quart Mug

    Lot: 130
    Sold for: $4,700$4,000

    Pewter Quart Mug, Joseph Danforth Sr., Middletown, Connecticut, 1780-88, flared cylindrical form with molded fillet, S-scroll handle with bud terminal, molded base, "ID" mark near rim and more ...

  • Pewter Quart Mug

    Lot: 131
    Sold for: $4,113$3,500

    Pewter Quart Mug, Samuel Hamlin, Hartford, Connecticut, late 18th century, flared cylindrical form with everted lip, molded fillet, S-scroll handle with bud terminal on a molded base, shaped more ...

  • Pewter Porringer

    Lot: 132
    Sold for: $1,528$1,300

    Pewter Porringer, Samuel Hamlin Jr., Providence, Rhode Island, 1801-56, circular basin form with boss bottom and flowered handle, engraved "LAH" monogram and date "1820" on the more ...

  • Pewter Porringer

    Lot: 133
    Sold for: $1,058$900

    Pewter Porringer, Samuel Hamlin Jr., Providence, Rhode Island, 1801-56, circular basin form with boss bottom and flowered handle, round mark with eagle and anchor [Laughlin plate XLIX, fig. 337] more ...

  • Pewter Porringer

    Lot: 134
    Sold for: $588$500

    Pewter Porringer, Richard Lee or Richard Lee Jr. Springfield, Vermont or unknown maker, late 18th century, round basin form with boss bottom, openwork handle with crescents and hearts, raised more ...

  • Pewter Porringer

    Lot: 135
    Sold for: $2,350$2,000

    Pewter Porringer, Gershom Jones, Providence, Rhode Island, 1774-1809, round form with boss bottom and flowered handle, circular lion mark with "GI" initials on handle [Carl Jacobs 176](minor more ...

  • Pewter Porringer

    Lot: 136
    Sold for: $2,115$1,800

    Pewter Porringer, Gershom Jones, Providence, Rhode Island, 1774-1809, round form with boss bottom and flowered handle, partial circular lion mark [Carl Jacobs 176 or 177], (minor wear), dia. 5 3/8 more ...

  • Pewter Deep Dish

    Lot: 137
    Sold for: $1,645$1,400

    Pewter Deep Dish, Thomas Danforth III, Stepney (Rocky Hill), Connecticut, c. 1790, the circular form with rare eagle mark, [Laughlin 370], the dish's mark described by John Carl Thomas as the more ...

  • "Love" Pewter Basin

    Lot: 138
    Sold for: $2,820$2,400

    "Love" Pewter Basin, attributed to John Andrew Brunstrom, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1781-93, round with flared sides and single-reed brim, circular mark with facing birds and more ...

  • "Love" Pewter Basin

    Lot: 139
    Sold for: $2,233$1,900

    "Love" Pewter Basin, attributed to John Andrew Brunstrom, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1781-93, round with flared sides and single-reed brim, circular mark with facing birds and more ...

  • "Love" Pewter Basin

    Lot: 140
    Sold for: $646$550

    "Love" Pewter Basin, attributed to John Andrew Brunstrom, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1781-93, round with flared sides and single-reed brim, circular mark with facing birds "LOVE," more ...

  • "Love" Pewter Basin

    Lot: 141
    Sold for: $529$450

    "Love" Pewter Basin, attributed to John Andrew Brunstrom, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1781-93, round with flared sides and single-reed brim, partial circular mark with facing birds and more ...

  • "Love" Pewter Basin

    Lot: 142
    Sold for: $499$425

    "Love" Pewter Basin, attributed to John Andrew Brunstrom, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1781-93, round with flared sides and single-reed brim, partial circular mark with facing birds and more ...

  • Small "Love" Pewter Basin

    Lot: 143
    Sold for: $646$550

    Small "Love" Pewter Basin, attributed to John Andrew Brunstrom, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1781-93, circular with flared sides and single-reed brim, touchmarks include partial circular mark more ...

  • Matched Set of Four Pewter Deep Dishes

    Lot: 144
    Sold for: $940$800

    Matched Set of Four Pewter Deep Dishes, Boardman & Co., Hartford, Connecticut, 1805-50, circular, with single reed brim, touchmarks include two oval eagles, one circular with eagle and "BOARDMAN more ...

  • Pewter Plate

    Lot: 145
    Sold for: $1,116$950

    Pewter Plate, Gershom Jones, Providence, Rhode Island, 1774-1809, circular plate with single reed brim, struck with the best mark by this early maker with two lion in gateway touch marks, and four more ...

  • Pewter Plate

    Lot: 146
    Sold for: $3,173$2,700

    Pewter Plate, Thomas Danforth II, Middletown, Connecticut, c. 1760-70, the round plate with smooth brim and hammered booge, marked with two lion in gateway touches, four small hallmarks, and more ...