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  • Allen Porter Pewter Coffeepot

    Lot: 1750
    Sold for: $213$170

    Allen Porter Pewter Coffeepot, Westbrook, Maine, c. 1830-40, ht. 11 1/2 in. ...

  • Five Whale Oil Lamps

    Lot: 452
    Sold for: $369$300

    Five Whale Oil Lamps, America, 19th century, the small pair by Freeman Porter, Westbrook, Maine; the three tall lamps with glass fonts, unmarked, (one tall lamp broken), ht. to 14 1/2 in. ...

  • Pine Secretary Desk

    Lot: 1479
    Sold for: $461$375

    Pine Secretary Desk, made by Moses B. Walker, Westbrook, Maine, c. 1840, the upper section with cornice above two six-light cupboard doors opening to shelves, above two short drawers, set into the ...

  • Blue-painted and Gilt-paper Applique-decorated Tall Clock

    Lot: 27
    Sold for: $4,613$3,750

    Blue-painted and Gilt-paper Applique-decorated Tall Clock, Thomas Clark, Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1750, the hood with pagoda top centering a carved wooden finial, above a tombstone glazed door ...

  • Waltham No. 13 Wall Regulator

    Lot: 225
    Sold for: $4,305$3,500

    Waltham No. 13 Wall Regulator, Bartlett, New Hampshire, c. 1910, oak case with full-length glazed door, 14-in. painted roman numeral dial with seconds bit and marked "Waltham Clock Co.," eight-day ...

  • Six Pewter Tableware Items

    Lot: 199
    Sold for: $308$250

    Six Pewter Tableware Items, including an "E. Porter/No. 3/Westbrook" teapot, an "E. Porter/No. 1/Westbrook" coffeepot, an "A. Porter" teapot, and a Leonard Reed teapot, (imperfections), ht. to 11 ...

  • Three Signed Pewter Teapots

    Lot: 400
    Sold for: $123$100

    Three Signed Pewter Teapots, "A. Porter," "E. Porter/Westbrook," and "R. Dunham," (imperfections), ht. to 12 in. ...

  • Blue-painted and Gilt-paper Applique-decorated Tall Clock

    Lot: 22
    Unsold  

    Blue-painted and Gilt-paper Applique-decorated Tall Clock, Thomas Clark, Boston, Massachusetts, c. 1750, the hood with pagoda top centering a carved wooden finial, above a tombstone glazed door ...

  • Four Pewter Coffeepots

    Lot: 416
    Sold for: $369$300

    Four Pewter Coffeepots, by Freeman Porter, Westbrook, Maine; Smith & Co.; "E. Ware"; and Israel Trask, ht. to 13 in. ...

  • Black-painted and Carved Banister-back Armchair

    Lot: 626
    Sold for: $2,583$2,100

    Black-painted and Carved Banister-back Armchair, with Prince-of-Wales cresting, shaped arms, and block-, vase-, and ring-turned legs terminating in Spanish feet, ht. 50 1/2, seat ht. 17 1/2 in. ...

  • Pair of Pewter Whale Oil Lamps

    Lot: 229
    Unsold  

    Pair of Pewter Whale Oil Lamps, Freeman Porter, Westbrook, Maine, c. 1835-60, the fonts with whale oil burners on a tall knopped stem and round base, the underside marked "F. PORTER WESTBROOK, No. ...

  • Small Treen Plate

    Lot: 126
    Sold for: $650$650

    Small Treen Plate, America, 19th century, dia. 6 1/2 in. Provenance: Acquired in Westbrook, Connecticut, 1978. ...

  • Small Paint-decorated Woven Splint Covered Basket

    Lot: 280
    Sold for: $1,300$1,300

    Small Paint-decorated Woven Splint Covered Basket, probably Eastern Woodland Indians, 19th century, with stylized red and green floral pattern on sides and lid, ht. 5, wd. 3 in. Provenance: ...

  • Approximately Forty Pieces of Pewter

    Lot: 327
    Sold for: $492$400

    Approximately Forty Pieces of Pewter, including three Thomas Swanson plates, an Allen Porter of Westbrook coffeepot, and four James Dixon & Sons tea ware items, ht. to 12 in. ...

  • Eight Pewter Teapots and Coffeepots

    Lot: 550
    Sold for: $338$275

    Eight Pewter Teapots and Coffeepots, an Eben Smith, Beverly, Massachusetts, a Rufus Dunham, Westbrook, Maine, a lighthouse-form by James Putnam, Malden, Massachusetts, a squat-form by Daniel ...

  • Approximately Thirty-two Pieces of Pewter

    Lot: 631
    Sold for: $400$325

    Approximately Thirty-two Pieces of Pewter, including a teapot by Allen Porter, Westbrook, Maine, a bulbous teapot by James Putnam, Malden, Massachusetts, assorted plates, and a charger. ...

  • Approximately Thirty-two Pieces of Pewter

    Lot: 384
    Unsold  

    Approximately Thirty-two Pieces of Pewter, including a teapot by Allen Porter, Westbrook, Maine, a bulbous teapot by James Putnam, Malden, Massachusetts, assorted plates, and a charger. ...

  • Seven Pewter Tableware Items

    Lot: 133
    Sold for: $246$200

    Seven Pewter Tableware Items, 18th to 19th century, an urn-form coffeepot by Rufus Dunham, Westbrook, Maine, two single reeded dinner plates, a shallow round bowl, a small deep basin, a tumbler, and ...

  • Pewter Coffeepot and Teapot

    Lot: 752
    Sold for: $96$80

    Pewter Coffeepot and Teapot, a baluster-form coffeepot by Roswell Gleason, Dorchester, Massachusetts, 1821-71, with hinged domed lid, on a round molded base, black-painted handle, impressed "R. ...

  • Three Pewter Coffeepots

    Lot: 888
    Sold for: $240$200

    Three Pewter Coffeepots, two of baluster form with domed hinged cover and wood knop, one by Rufus Dunham, Westbrook, Maine, 1837-82, the other by Ashbil Griswold, Meriden, Connecticut, 1807-35; and ...

  • Three Pewter Teapots and a Pitcher

    Lot: 952
    Sold for: $400$400

    Three Pewter Teapots and a Pitcher, a baluster-form teapot with "A GRISWOLD" maker's mark, two bulbous teapots one marked "G. RICHARDSON," the other unmarked, and a pitcher marked "F. PORTER ...

  • Pewter Pitcher

    Lot: 105
    Sold for: $178$150

    Pewter Pitcher, Rufus Dunham, Westbrook, Maine, 1837-82, (minor dents, and scratches), ht. 6 3/4 in. ...

  • Two Needlework Samplers

    Lot: 584
    Sold for: $207$175

    Two Needlework Samplers, 18th and 19th century, the first worked by Rachel Mercer of East Marlborough, Chester, Pennsylvania, stitched with wool yarns on a linen ground with rows of alphabets over ...

  • Approximately 670 Assorted Series Dime Novels/Nickel Weeklies

    Lot: 437
    Sold for: $1,896$1,600

    Approximately 670 Assorted Series Dime Novels/Nickel Weeklies, early 20th century, 550 Wild West Weekly and fifty James Boys Weekly, Frank Tousey, New York; forty Western Weekly and thirty American ...

  • Early Pewter Candlesticks

    Lot: 658
    Sold for: $2,607$2,200

    Early Pewter Candlesticks, Spain or the Netherlands, mid to late 17th century, with inverted acorn knopped stem on hollow domed base, (wear, scattered pitting), ht. 5 3/4 in. Provenance: ...

  • Two Pewter Teapots

    Lot: 11
    Sold for: $563$475

    Two Pewter Teapots, America, early 19th century, one by George Richardson, Cranston, Rhode Island, 1828-45, with hinged domed lid, "G. RICHARDSON" maker's mark in a rectangle on the base; and a ...

  • Five Pewter Items

    Lot: 12
    Sold for: $474$400

    Five Pewter Items, America, 19th century, a water pitcher by Henry Homan, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1847-64, a pair of whale oil lamps by Freeman Porter, Westbrook, Maine, 1835-60s; an unmarked basin and ...

  • Pair of F. Porter Pewter Fluid Lamps

    Lot: 1229
    Sold for: $296$250

    Pair of F. Porter Pewter Fluid Lamps, impressed mark, "...Westbrook, No. 1." ...

  • Pewter Teapot/Coffeepot

    Lot: 637
    Sold for: $119$100

    Pewter Teapot/Coffeepot, Rufus Dunham, Westbrook, Maine, second quarter 19th century, (minor wear), ht. 11 3/4 in. ...

  • Three Pewter Teapots

    Lot: 639
    Sold for: $237$200

    Three Pewter Teapots, America, early 19th century, a squat form teapot marked "H.H. GRAVES," a lighthouse-form by Freeman Porter of Westbrook, Maine, a baluster-form by T.D. Boardman, (wear), ht. 8 ...