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  • Two Pewter Hand Lamps

    Lot: 146
    Sold for: $353$300

    Two Pewter Hand Lamps, Roswell Gleason, Dorchester, Massachusetts, 1822-60, and unknown, one with urn-form font on a dish base, applied ring handle, and a whale oil burner impressed "R. ...

  • Three Art Pottery Items

    Lot: 80
    Sold for: $250$250

    Three Art Pottery Items, 20th century, Dorchester Pottery stoneware chamberstick and small pitcher both decorated with lilies of the valley in blue on cream-colored ground, chamberstick stamped ...

  • American School, 19th Century A Cup of Cocoa

    Lot: 504
    Sold for: $7,638$6,500

    American School, 19th CenturyA Cup of CocoaUnsigned.Oil on canvas, 34 1/2 x 23 1/4 in. (87.7 x 58.7 cm), framed.Condition: Retouched, craquelure.N.B. The above painting represents the much ...

  • Set of Four Framed W.H. Bartlett Hand-tinted Engravings,

    Lot: 853
    Sold for: $353$300

    Set of Four Framed W.H. Bartlett Hand-tinted Engravings, scenes of Boston, Boston and Bunker Hill, Boston from Dorchester Heights, State Street, and Fanieul ...

  • Painted Two-Sided Sign Board

    Lot: 466
    Sold for: $2,415$2,100

    Painted Two-Sided Sign Board, Massachusetts, late 19th century, "DON'T SPIT ON THE FLOOR," white lettering on black ground, reverse with black lettering on white ground, (minor paint ...

  • Silk Needlework Picture

    Lot: 489
    Sold for: $14,950$13,000

    Silk Needlework Picture, an allegory, "The Death of Sylvia's Stag. Wrought at Mrs. Saunders and Miss Beach's Academy.," early 19th century, note attached to the back identifies the ...

  • Shaker Cogswell Family Correspondance

    Lot: 379D
    Sold for: $115$100

    Shaker Cogswell Family Correspondance, c. 1846-47, five letters written from Boston and Dorchester to Shaker Village in Pittsfield, Massachusetts and Pawtucket, Rhode Island, containing family and ...