AUCTION DATE: THURSDAY, JULY 19th
AUCTION TO BEGIN AT 5:00 P.M.
PREVIEW DAY OF AUCTION
12:00 - 5:00 P.M.

HELD AT WOODMAN'S ESSEX ROOM
RTE. 133/MAIN ST., ESSEX, MA

DIRECTIONS: From Rte. 128 north take exit 15. Turn left off the exit. Proceed 3.5 miles and turn left onto Rte. 133/Main St., Woodman's will be on your left about 1/8 mile. From Rte. 95 take Rte. 133 to Essex. Woodman's will be on your right.
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Some of the featured items at this auction include:

~ Paintings, Furniture & Fine Accessories from The Daniel R. Childs Estate
Long Neck Point Road, Darien Ct.
~ Important Document/bible box from the First Baptist Church of Malden Ma.
~ Items removed from the studio and residence of important American artist Paul Howard Manship (1885-1966) Lanesville/Gloucester Ma including French 18th Century furniture purchased by Manship during his European Travels.
~ Items from a Dublin, NH residence donated to a NH land conservation trust
~ Paintings removed from a North Shore of Boston attic which has remained undisturbed for 100 years
~ Jewelry from a Wellesley Ma home
~ Fine items from a Needham, Ma collectors home
~ Items from a long time Gloucester collector
~ Items formerly from the home of Leroy Grummann, founder of Grummann aeronautical
~ Items from a diplomatic corps family from their Brattle Street Cambridge residence.

SEE LISTING & PHOTOS BELOW

FURNITURE: CHINA TRADE (7) PIECE PARLOR SET INCLUDING SETTEE &  6 ARMCHAIRS from a Brattle St. Cambridge residence, walnut Queen Anne highboy, pair fine English mahogany glazed door bibliotheques early 19th C, Georgian Hepplewhite writing desk ca. 1800, (3) antique Sheraton tall post beds 2/with canopys, ITALIAN, FRENCH AND CONTINENTAL FURNITURE INCLUDES early serpentine chest, (2) early valuables chests, a three drawer commode, fruitwood carved cabinet, 3 drawer Italian chest all late 17th or early 18th century, French 3 drawer block-front chest, Louis XV round parquetry inlaid and ormolu center table, pair architectural columns,  The following 7 items from a Cambridge collectors family include an 18th C Italian parquetry inlaid 3 drawer commode with marble top, (2) fine 18th C ornate Venetian gilt mirrors, an Italian fruitwood tilting center table, an exceptional 3 piece ornately carved parlor suite w/lions head upholstered in fine scenic needle-pettipoint upholstery ca. l900, George III style gentleman's armchair again w/fine needlepoint upholstery ca. l900 and an Empire Revival mahogany and satinwood inlaid loveseat with lovely needlepoint upholstery;  two part Sheraton dining table attributed to Needles of Baltimore, N.J. cherry tall chest ca. 1810, small maple Chippendale slant-front desk, early schoolmaster's desk, Hepplewhite & Sheraton chests--late 18th early 19th C, late 18th C American mahogany linen press, Northshore Sheraton card table, Philadelphia. sewing table ca. l825, (4) Regency chairs, marquetry armchair, early one drawer blanket chest, CT cherry Chippendale chest with original hardware, large. Empire glazed door bookcase, a diverse group of N.E. country & formal furniture, rosewood games table, American Empire, set 6 grain painted chairs.  CUSTOM, BENCHMADE & CENTENNIAL FURNITURE INCLUDES  inlaid serpentine sideboard, Hepplewhite dining table & 6 chairs w/bellflower & line inlay, cherry bonnet-top highboy, Hepplewhite inlaid glazed door tambour secretary, mahogany bookcases,  Hepplewhite wing chair,   EXCEPTIONAL OAK ROLL-TOP DERBY DESK, oak curved glass china closet, Victorian, decorative mirrors, trays, bachelor chest--a very partial listing.

IMPORTANT AND RARE AMERICAN FOLK ART DECORATED DOCUMENT-DEACON'S BOX WITH OUTSTANDING DECORATION OWNED BY DEACON WAITE OF THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF MALDEN & HAVING THE ARTIST'S NAME ON REVERSE IN MEDALLION "PAINTED BY WILLIAM PAINE" CA. 1820 BEING SOLD FOR THE CHURCH.

SILVER: IMPORTANT RUSSIAN SILVER TRAY 15" x 23-1/2" (according to family its crest possibly representing Austrian royalty,) STERLING: (5) piece coffee & tea set by Tuttle, (4) pc. coffee & tea set, Wallace service for (8) in "Rose Point", bowls, pitchers, candlesticks, etc. FINE CONTINENTAL SILVER INKSTAND L: 20", pr. mid 18th C Continental silver candlesticks, Georgian & Dutch silver pill boxes, other makers include Jensen, Caldwell, Gorham, Tiffany, Whiting. Bagged and group lots of silver. SHEFFIELD & SILVERPLATE INCLUDES SET (4) candlesticks, covered entree dishes, tea service, salver, serving dishes, etc.

JEWELRY: APPROXIMATELY 35 LOTS OF ESTATE JEWELRY INCLUDING ladies Swiss wristwatch with 84 small diamonds, cultured pearl & diamond pin, cultured pearl necklaces and bracelets, 14K & 18K gold bracelets, necklaces, 14K rings, earrings, yellow gold ring w/pale aqua stone approx. 6 carats, Masonic pins, charm bracelets, amber necklace, etc. VIEW MOST JEWELRY ON WEB SITE & YOU CAN "CLICK11 AT BEGINNING OF JEWELRY TO REVIEW THE LIST DESCRIBING MOST OF THE LOTS.

PAINTINGS: IMPORTANT O/C BY JOHN FORD CLYMER from a Chicago collection s.s. 40" x 30", "The Dog Seller" signed Carl Arnold, Austrian 21-1/2" x 17-1/2", o/c a young man seated ca. 1835 "Mr. Bloomfield 28" x 23", large o/c seated dog by F. W. Rogers 18" x 23-1/2", o/c French washerwoman J. Beriot 15" x 22", o/c Doelan LaRoute 36" x 28", o/b Geoffrey Tibble "Circus clowns", o/c Chickens at Trough sgnd. l.  (?) s.s. 15" x 18-1/2", (2) o/b Wm. Curry-Duck & Fish scenes, winter Mt. Monnadnock by Mae Beck 11-1/2" x 15-1/4", o/c continental harbor scene w/label on reverse "View of Anzio" (Claude Lorainn) in open-work carved gilt frame, o/c Kennebunkport Pinkie/Pinkey (an early Sennott-not signed) 20" x 36", Annisquam by A. F.. Davis 9-3/4" x 14-3/4", (2) winter landscapes by Derrick, "Mescaleo Springs" 1850 Sidney C. Redfield, o/c  coastal 20" x 24", o/c Monnadnock area, o/c Wm. F.. Draper 12" x 24", o/canvasboard "Red Sky" by Charles G. Shaw 9" x 12", oil/masonite "Maverick" by Ethel Magafan 5" x 7-1/4", SLED DECORATED BY GURSHIN, o/c by F. R. Childs include "Rockridge" Central Park NY, "Pine Island" Norotron, Tiverton, RI, Still Life w/Passedoit Gallery NY label, o/c Jester's Family, clay bas relief Crucifixion, etc. 

WATERCOLORS: an abstract by Giekere, abstract "Figures in Brown" S.M. Adler, w.c. figural study by Conger Metcalf 8" x 11-1/2" approx., other watercolors by A. F. Davis, E. A. Henry, C.H. Brown, Lawler, Allen Blagden, Ian Woodner, Susan R. Sheridan, "Brace of Pheasants" by Crocker 1893 30" x 22", (2) w.c.'s depicting birds, Pastel by Andre Lhote "Nu" w/Soufer Gallery 1920 label, pr. Italian floral still life gouache drawings ca. l920, gouache by T. I. Laughlin, (8) paintings by Paris Expatriate Sandra Hitchcock (Childs family member), charcoal by Vaclav Vytlacil '31

AUDUBON PRINTS: large folios "Mallards" & "Ruffled Grouse" Bien Ed. (stains), pr. French handcolored prints, Victorian Piranesi print ca. 1880, other Vict. prints, pr. chromos. steel engravings, Drawing "Confederate Flag x R. Searle, (3) Gertrude H. Balch prints, etching A.F. Davis.

WOODBLOCK PRINTS: pr. x H. Heath, others by Koson, Yoshimune, Koho, Shiro & Takasi.

CIRCUS POSTERS: Christy Bros., Walter Main, Geo. P. Adams, Buffalo Bill Wild West, Barnum Bailey, Adam Forepaugh, pr. double sided Circus Broadsides, (view web stinsonauctions.com pg. 2 for circus pictures.

ACCESSORIES: PAIRPOINT SCENIC TABLE LAMP, Horse weathervane w/ directionals, MIRRORS: From 18th & 19th C including (2) fine 18th C ornate Venetian gilt mirrors, elaborate 45" parcel-gilt example, N.E. Chippendale, an early Italian gilt & split baluster type & others, PAIR HARVARD UNIVERSITY ANDIRONS H: 15", exceptional Cartier tortoiseshell & gold-mounted cased dresser set, exceptional cased English Arbor culturist's kit ca. 1840 London, NANTUCKET POCKETBOOK BY F. REYES, fine triple w.i. plant stands, pr. Arts & Crafts torchere, SWISS 10 TUNE CYL. MUSIC BOX BY LANGDORFF, GENEVA 1881-cyl.L: 14", 19th C French Dog House OLD TOWN CANOE (repainted), early Staffordshire platter "Boston Common & State House" by Rogers 16" x 20-3/4", French chandelier, other floor & table lighting, (3) ant. Fairy lamps, etc., (2) ICONS, 15 ASSORTED CLOCKS incl. fine blue enamel cased travel clock by Tiffany & Co., regulator, shelf & wall clocks, BRONZES: Austrian figures on sled, bronze vase, etc. GLASS includes TIFFANY VASE, Steuben, sgnd. Cut Glass, many decanters-1 (Amalung), colored, cut, crystal, Bristol, Venetian, Burmese, group of PAPERWEIGHTS, Loetz, Jersey, Amberina, Ruby Glass, EARLY BARBER'S BOTTLES, CHINA:12 service plates Mintons mktd. x Tiffany, many early French service plates in sets, fine English porcelain Standish ca. 1835, Spode, Swansea, Hammersley, Dresden & Meissen, Wedgewood, early Lustre, Delftware, fine Bone China, Shelley, R.S. Prussia, 10 pcs. Chamberlain china, (2) English part services, COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE SHAVING MUGS (approx. 20-some unusual examples sold individually & in lots), (8) plaster busts, mop cased fan, Decoupage Nantucket document box, early mini leather cov'd. document box, ORIENTAL: Cloisonne1 yellow-ground vase sgnd. on base, Imari polychrome umbrella stand, Satsuma, Export, etc., early tole tray, woodenware, stoneware & Mulberry, pr. early silhouettes, FIGURINES: 13 Staffordshire, (2) R. Doulton, (2) Prattware, French, German, etc. (2) PERIOD BRASS & WIRE FENDERS, Garden decorations (from Hollis French House Annisquam), Indian Pottery, Inuit Folk figures, miniature Adirondack parlor set, pinball game, Hadley stoneware. BOOKS: "An Artist in America" sgnd. copy by Thos. H. Benton, Imp. pamphlet "A Defense of the Resolutions & Address of the American Congress in reply to Taxation No Tyranny" London 1775 by Nourse, Washington Benevolent Society booklet, (9) lots of antique reference books, stereoptican w/cards, EARLY PHOTO OF JFK W/MEN AT TABLE, Lot Scottish, Swedish & Japanese photos, etc.

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Paintings, Furniture and fine accessories from The Daniel R. Childs Estate
Long Neck Point Road Darien Ct.

Important Oil on Canvas By John Ford Clymer( 1907-1989)
40" X 30" From a Chicago Collection,
Pre Sale Estimate: $ 20,000.00 to 30,000.00
Please click image below to review the web site for The Clymer Museum of Art.

Important and Rare American Folk Art Polychrome Decorated Document - Deacons Box with Outstanding Decoration. Owned By Deacon Samuel Waitt of The First Baptist Church of Malden, MA & having the artist's name on reverse in medallion "William Paine, Painter, Boston" Ca. 1820. Sold to benefit The First Baptist Church of Malden, MA.

Deacon Samuel Waitt's Initials

Oil on canvas – signed lower right: J. Beriot – 15” x 22” – overall 25 ½” x 32”

Oil on canvas with the following information on the reverse: “An old Kennebunkport Pinkie or Pinkey” – An early Sennett: Authenticated but not signed – relined 1954 –
sight size: 20” x 36”

 

18th Century Italian gold gilt mirror (previously a picture frame) overall size 29” x 23 ¼”, sight size:  20 ¼” x 15 ¼”

18th Century Italian gold gilt mirror (previously a picture frame) overall size 29” x 23 ¼”, sight size:  20 ¼” x 15 ¼”

18th Century Italian gold gilt mirror (previously a picture frame) overall size 29” x 23 ¼”, sight size: 20 ¼” x 15 ¼”

Closeup of Mirror

 

17th - 18th C. Icon
from the Manship home
Gloucester / Lanesville, Ma

“Doelan La Route”
Sight size: 36” x 28”

 

Winter scene – Mt. Monadnock – signed lower right corner Mae Beck – sight size 11 ½” x 15 ¼” Bayard home Dublin NH

Winter scene – Mt. Monnadnock – signed lower right corner Mae Beck – sight size 11 ½” x 15 ¼” Bayard home Dublin NH

Oil on canvas - Signed William Curry 1907 Boston on reverse – 24” x 20” From a North Shore Attic
Oil on canvas - dated and signed on reverse 1908 Boston, William Curry – sight size: 24 ½” x 20”

Oil on canvas signed upper right FW Rogers – sight size: 18” x 23” – overall: 30” x 35 ½” From a North Shore attic

Oil on canvas American School – sight size: 28” x 23” Mr. Bloomfield of Winthrop, Ma Original frame Circa 1835
Watercolor – Brace of Pheasants – signed lower right “Crocker” 1893 – 30” x 22” in its original oak gilt wood frame

“The dog Seller” Oil on canvas – signed lower left Carl Arnold (Gonzenbach) Austrian 1806-1885 Sight size 21 ½” x 17 ½” – overall size:35” x 31” From a North Shore attic

Fine 19 th Century continental oil on canvas Signed lower right Sight size: 15” x 18 ½” – overall: 21 ½” x 27 ½” from a North Shore attic

Fine Tortoise Shell and ivory sewing box C. 1930

Height: 7"
Width: 10"
Depth: 8"

Tiffany - Favrille Furnaces Miniature Vase - Height 4” from a Maine collection

Detail of Tiffany vase bottom

Cloissone vase with original box C. 1910 from a Maine collection
Height: 4.5"

Important 19th C. Russian silver tea tray - Size: 23 1/2” x 15” - Said to have descended in the Hapsburg family in Ausria

O/C “View of Anzio” (Rome) in fine Florentine frame - labeled Claude Lorrain - Sight Size 16 3/4” x 23” (Needham, MA home)

“The Confederate Flag” drawing for “By Rocking Chair Across America” by Ronald Searle (illustrator-cartoon active in NYC) - size 19-1/4” x 14”  (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

“The Confederate Flag” drawing for “By Rocking Chair Across America” by Ronald Searle (illustrator-cartoon active in NYC) - size 19-1/4” x 14” (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

National Audubon Great Egret #174 / 950 (Lim. Ed. Repro) – size 38” x 26 ½” (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

3 Diana monkeys 20” x 24” by F.R. Childs (Childs Estate, Darien, CT) - signed lower right

3 Diana Monkeys 20” x 24” by F.R. Childs (Childs Estate, Darien, CT) - signed lower right

3 Diana monkeys 20” x 24” by F.R. Childs (Childs Estate, Darien, CT) - signed lower right

Closeup of signature in "3 Diana Monkeys"

“The Hatchcock in Front of Gazebo” – size 24” x 20”  - by F.R. Childs (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

“The Hatchcock in Front of Gazebo” – size 24” x 20” - by F.R. Childs (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

Charcoal still life of fish 18” x 23” signed lower right and dated 1931 by Vaclav Vytlacil (1892 – 1984) – (stains) (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

Charcoal still life of fish 18” x 23” signed lower right and dated 1931 by Vaclav Vytlacil (1892 – 1984) – (stains) (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

Charcoal still life of fish 18” x 23” signed lower right and dated 1931 by Vaclav Vytlacil (1892 – 1984) – (stains) (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

Closeup of signature in charcoal still life

“The Barn and Stream” Tiverton RI (F. R. Childs) – size 24” x 30”  (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

“The Barn and Stream” Tiverton RI (F. R. Childs) – size 24” x 30” (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

“Rockridge N.E. of Plaza Hotel (NYC)” (Central Park NYC) (F.R. Childs) – size 24” x 30” (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

“Rockridge N.E. of Plaza Hotel (NYC)” (Central Park NYC) (F.R. Childs) – size 24” x 30” (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

Oil on canvas “Pine Island Noroton From the East” – sight size 20” x 30” – signed lower right F.R. Childs – in original frame (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

Oil on canvas “Pine Island Noroton From the East” – sight size 20” x 30” – signed lower right F.R. Childs – in original frame (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

Exceptional oil painting on artist board - signed lower right – by Geoffrey Tibble. 1909 – 1952 -  Circus Clowns (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

Exceptional oil painting on artist board - signed lower right – by Geoffrey Tibble. 1909 – 1952 - Circus Clowns (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

Exceptional oil painting on artist board - signed lower right – by Geoffrey Tibble. 1909 – 1952 -  Circus Clowns (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

Closeup of signature

Still life entitled “Green, Black and White Arrangement” with Passedoit Gallery East 57th Street, New York, New York Label –size 30” x 20” x 50’ - signed lower right F.R. Childs 56 (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

Still life entitled “Green, Black and White Arrangement” with Passedoit Gallery East 57th Street, New York, New York Label – size 30” x 20” -
signed lower right F.R. Childs 56 (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

Abstract “Figure in Brown” signed S. M. Adler ’63, size 15-3/4” x 9-1/4” (Fried Gallery TR1065.1 on verso) (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

Abstract “Figure in Brown” signed S. M. Adler ’63, size 15-3/4” x 9-1/4” (Fried Gallery TR1065.1 on verso) (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

Abstract “Figure in Brown” signed S. M. Adler ’63, size 15-3/4” x 9-1/4” (Fried Gallery TR1065.1 on verso) (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

Closeup of signature in “Figure in Brown” signed S. M. Adler ’63

Abstract “Figure in Brown” signed S. M. Adler ’63, size 15-3/4” x 9-1/4” (Fried Gallery TR1065.1 on verso) (Childs Estate, Darien, CT)

Back of “Figure in Brown”

2 wood block prints – pencil signed Howard Heath: Howard P. Heath Ct. Artist (1879-1969) – overall 19 ½” x 15 ¼”


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