DIRECTIONS: From Rte. 93 take Rte. 62 east & left on North St . Country Club about 1/2 miles on left. Food available. Easy Parking.

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PAINTINGS, ETCHINGS, PRINTS: O/C still life by Jane Peterson s.s. 24” x 30”, o/c by Win. M. Hart 1872 s.s. 9-3/8” x 14-1/2”, o/c by Jasper Cropsey s.s. 10” x 8”, GROUPING OF STUDIES BY LAURA HILLS including (2) illustrations entitled “Winged Creature” & other drawings depicting costumes for theatrical productions -some works in progress (16 pieces-1 lot) w/provenance, o/c w/orig. Bill of Sale (unsigned) said to be by Henry Pember Smith s.s. 27” x 34”, Mother & Child sgnd. Artz s.s. 4” x 5-3/4”, oil/artistboard Niagara Falls w/Figures by W. R. Miller s.s. 10-5/8” x 13-7/8”, oil/panel interior by Luigi Crosio s.s. 20” x 13-3/4”, Bay of Naples scene w/Vesuvius ca. 1860, pair o/c by Daniel Charles Grose noted Hudson River School artist s.s. 7-1/2” x 11-1/2”, w.c. “Silhouettes” by Mari Conneen (Kobe Sound Gallery), w.c. canal scene by E. Benvenuti, small w.c. riverscape, lge. still life o/c by S. E. Jewett 1897, oil on masonite by M. Larringa “20 Gardens” s.s. 24” x 36”, another by M. Larringa N. CA Coast & Taos, NM s.s. 24” x 24”, British School o/c South Wall Lighthouse by Raycroft s.s. 26-3/4” x 36”, pr. oval portraits by S. Waugh, oval portrait by Matilde Lagache 1857, sandpaper drawing lake scene in rosewood grained frame, o/artistboard farm landscape by Claire Shuttleworth s.s. 18” x 22-1/2”, another o/a.b. by Shuttleworth a street scene s.s. 12-1/2” x 15-1/2”, fine 19th C o/c Chickens in an Orchard by M. E. Evans s.s. 13-1/2” x 21-3/4”, Northshore harbor scene signed Cram, o/c by C. Linford s.s, 18” x 26”, o/c portrait of a woman 30” x 25”, primitive o/c lake scene s.s. 6-1/4” x 11”, o/c winter landscape s.s. 9-1/4” x 13”, small o/b landscape man w/horses, w.c. Indians on Horses by Tahoma ‘38 (Quincy Tahoma), 19th C Venetian canal scene 12-1/2” x 15-1/2”, oil on copper genre scene old man w/boy s.s. 8” x 9-1/2”, o/c Czechoslovakian landscapes by M. Hlobilova in original artist-carved frames s.s. 19-1/2” x 25”, 15-1/2” x 20” & a still life by M. Hlobilova s.s. 15” x 19-1/2”, w.c. San Paulo dtd. 1950 by Ludovico Cuba s.s. 13” x 16”, (2) paintings on ivory-1 French portrait & 1 Persian interior scene. ETCHING BY WHISTLER OF BRIDGE (butterfly imprint) Braxton Gallery CA s.s. 5-1/4” x 8-1/8”, (4) etchings by C. W. Anderson, Bird etching by H. E. Tuttle, (10) WALLACE NUTTING PRINTS, Nantucket print “The Cove” by Thos. Meek, John Milton framed bookplate, (5) Japanese woodblock prints, woodblock print of Cat by Shoson, set 12 Japanese erotica woodblock prints ca. 1920, handcolored French engravings s.s. 10-1/4” x 14-3/4”, pr. lithos by Russell Vernon Hunter, ship prints, “Old State House, Boston x Louis Novak, o/c Annisquam Light, carved mahogany horse head on board by W. L. Stensgaard & Assoc., Chicago.

FURNITURE: Hepplewhite inlaid secretary desk, Northshore Sheraton chest, cherry Queen Anne candlestand, Sheraton mahogany card table ca. 1835, mahogany & cherry Chippendale Delaware Valley 8 drawer quarter column chest w/replaced B&C feet, 18th C Chippendale mahogany mirror, important Chippendale slant-front desk which according to family tradition-this desk was made by Deacon John Mansfield, important grouping of wood planes owned by Deacon John Mansfield of Lynnfield/Peabody, MA including Ige. crown molding planes, sash planes-many signed examples along w/ original tool box (as found)-to be sold in lots. Bowback Windsor armchair w/old finish & Boston neoclassical gaming table also descending in the Mansfield family, Hepplewhite inlaid Northshore mahogany card table ca. 1790, carved Louis XV fireside bench, Wm. IV trestle base breakfast table, French fruitwood buffet de corps w/alt’d. hutch top, walnut (7) piece rococo parlor suite ca. 1920, small pine continental 1 door wardrobe, unusual oak two-part sideboard w/glass cabinet top, round oak dining table w/ fluted pedestal & massive claw feet w/1 leaf, (6) oak dining chairs, Victorian walnut sidechairs, Wallace Nutting Hepplewhite tiger maple server, double pedestal Regency dining table w/3 Ivs. ca. 1950, pair mahogany Regency style tables, (4) wing chairs, Regency style double pedestal 20th C dining table w/2 Ivs., set 12 Chippendale style dining chairs, mahogany breakfront, walnut 6 drawer lockside Victorian chest, pair cane seat sidechairs, pair Italian (French style) chairs, (4) panel handpainted dec­orated screen, Hepplewhite inlaid card table, Queen Anne one drawer tea table and dressing table, (8) piece Sheraton diningroom set including table, 6 chairs & bowfrented sideboard, mirrored etegere, Wm. & Mary oak center table, mahogany carved table top bookcase, marquetry inlaid tall & low chests & armchair, pair small Venetian 2 color mirrors, French style Trumeau, Hepplewhite sideboard/silver server, double pedestal dining table w/2 Ivs. as is, Federal style mirror, antiqued music cabinet, Windsor style child’s armed rocker, (4) Hitchcock Windsor sidechairs, (6) Chippendale dining chairs, carved walnut pedestal w/cherub motif, 3 panel leather screen w/bird motif (as is), mahogany Chippendale mirror, mideast tray on stand, etc.

ORIENTAL PORCELAIN ETC.: Primarily from a Weston home. Rose Medallion octagon garden barrel, Rose Medallion round garden barrel, fine Mandarin paneled fruit bowl 12”x15”, other Rose Medallion porcelain includes: brush vase, oval platters, covered serving dish, drum-formed teapot, jar, candlesticks, several vases, tray, scalloped edge platter, 25-1/2” vase (as is), etc. Imari porcelain pieces, (2) carved mother-of-pearl shells, pair tall oriental figures, Peking Glass buddha, soapstone carvings, mud men figures, pair Chinese Table lamps, Samson’s Export lamp, carved oriental figure, Bronze oriental & Champleve lamps, Satsuma covered rose jar w/warrior decoration, Celadon octagon jardinere, large 28” blue oriental decorated vase, ivory monkeys, Persian bronze vessel, etc.

SILVER: (6) piece sterling silver service by Dimes Silversmiths ca. 1900 for Bigelow & Kennard approximately 121 ozs., (5) piece coffee & tea service by Hennegan & Bates approximately 88 ozs.-along w/wood tray having repousse1 silver wide edge 31 x 17-1/8, (7) piece sterling silver tea & coffee service over 115 ozs., sterling silver flatware service Francis the First pattern (118 pieces), Francis First & Pointed Antique11 serving pieces, (5) piece Gorham sterling silver tea service, Georgian 18th C cake basket, repousse1 decorated demitasse pot by Black, Starr & Frost, (3) piece repousse1 designed set marked Bigelow & Kennard, Gebelein bowl, 18th C English silver platter, late 18th C stuffing spoon, S. Kirk sterling bowl, repousse1 sterling silver tray 21 x 16, pair s.s. compotes/tazzas, (7) piece s.s. nut service, s.s. oval repousse pedestal tazza, pair southwestern silver salts w/spoons, Reed & Barton s.s. tray, s.s. Francis First tray, S. Kirk Baltimore Rose candlesticks, S. Kirk s&p shakers, ornate French covered silver repousse1 double handle bowl L: 15, assorted Persian silver and Chinese silver items, bag frames, pair Russian candlesticks, lot of eastern european or Russian flatware, assorted sterling flatware, small boxes, LOTS OF SILVERPLATED ITEMS TO BE SOLD IN GROUPS.

BRONZES: Important 19th C Russian bronze by Eugene Lanceray Ht. 16” (Yevgency Yevgenievich Lansere) from a Grosse Pointe, Michigan home, 19th C bronze Hunter w/Dog, Bronze by Bouret ht. 10”, Bronze Golfer, Bronze bird decorated urn converted to table lamp (Bryon 1907), Tiffany Studios NY #631 bronze lamp base.

TEXTILES: Late 18th/early 19th C silk embroided basket of flowers w/silver embroidery 13” x 12”, Cambridge MA school girl sampler, pair pettipoint & needlepoint framed florals, framed lace samplers, (2) Victorian framed textile collages, (3) lots of Belgian lace and linens, oriental needleworks, needlepoint bell cord, etc.

ACCESSORIES: Miniature items to include oriental 4 drawer valuables chest, burl veneer miniature chest, 4 dr. chest ca. 1880, double door mini cabinet, 9 drawer apothecary type chest, Regency rosewood ink box w/brass inlay, ink box in form of a cask, walnut campaign style mini 5 drawer chest, lift top grain ptd. chest, mini Welch style cupboard, mini Q.A. tilt top table, Chelsea desk clock, ornate 3 piece clock set, mahogany banjo clock ca. 1830, as is, mahogany banjo barometer by Jeremiah Giscavid, cased microscope Bausch & Lomb 12.5, LARGE COLORED ITALIAN GLASS BOWL W/FISH MOTIF DIA. L8”, B & H oillamp base, GWTW table lamp base, EXCEPTIONAL GROUPING ROYAL WORCESTER including vases, cache pots, c&s, etc. (see web site for images), Meissen & Bristol lamps, oil lamps, pair Dresden style floral & figural vases ht. 30” pair Dresden style floral decorated 4 branch candelabra, Dresden style figural and floral decorated cherub centerpiece 17” x 9-1/2”, girandole set, many LENOX serving pieces, assorted Lenox “Peking” pattern china, 8 Rosenthal dinner plates, 134 pieces WATERFORD CRYSTAL in “LISMORE” pattern (sold in sets & lots), other Waterford, Steuben bowls, (7) “Pulled Feather” glass shades ca. 1920, Venetian glass, Jefferson reverse painted table lamp D: 16”, set 4 Baccarat candlesticks, Pairpoint boudoir lamp base, 9 assorted paperweights, Cut Glass trays, bowls, etc. 11 pc. Ice Cream set, 7 pc. Ice Cream set, Peking, End of Day, Satin Glass & Spanish Lace rose bowls, amber glass pieces, other glass attrib. to Murano, Clambroth “Am. Sweetheart” set, 18th C BOXED LIQUOR SET, Flint Glass bull’s-eye pedestal base bowl, Demijohn, pickle bottles, “Old Grandad” colored & apothecary display bottles, pr. early “Diamond Point” master salts, 7 pc. lemonade set (Cornucopia/Star pattern), group Victorian fire-gilt tiebacks, EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF CARNIVAL GLASS APPROX. 60 PCS. -colors incl. white, marigold, green, purple-some mkd. “N” (Northwood), LGE. LOT VICTORIAN PHOTOGRAPHS OF THEATRICAL LUMINARIES & STAGE BACKDROP -belonging to Sidney Mansfield (to be sold in lots), (2) books Vict. trade cards/ephemera, (2) pr. ornate drapes (ea. panel 49-1/2” x 127”)

JEWELRY: Y.G. Mourning ring (Sarah Hooper Ob:26 June 1779 ae:41), micromosaic Grand Tour pin, lot gold items, 14K Bulova watch & others, Benrus 18K gold wristwatch #974934-10923, bag lot wrist-watches, lot ivory bag handles, compacts, sm. boxes, other jewelry* stickpins & Victorian accessories, fraternal pins, group political & flag buttons, COIN COLLECTION TO BE SOLD IN LOTS, (2) south­western silver belts, (3) Lanny Ross records, Mahjong set, cast iron doorstops, dinner service Wedgwood “Florentine” pattern approx. 90 pcs., (5)”Bunny kins” Doulton figures, Doulton “Lady Charmian”, Mason’s Leeds teaset, Ige. stoneware crock Norton, Bennington, (2) carved wood Santos figures (small), Ige. paint decorated carved Madonna w/2 silver crowns ht. 19” from Brazil, Vict. blue enamel belt buckle, lot Chinese oriental carved whimsies, JAPANESE SWORD w/provenance from collection of Admiral Harry Hull, brass bowfront fire fender, Vict. andirons & tools, pr. gooseneck form penny-foot andirons, FANCY BRASS LETTER OPENERS & other letter openers (22 in all sold in 6 lots), Meissen serving dishes, dome top trunk, birdcage, Art Deco smoking stand, cherub lamp, “The Graphaphone” oak case-2 horns (as is), several steins, Cauldon, Nippon, Noritake, Limoges, handpainted china, collector plates, Bone China c&s, pr. Art Deco figural vases attrib. to Mosher, sev. interesting perfume bottles, anchor candlesticks, pair hand hammered candlestick type lamps w/lge. Cut Glass fonts, pewter plates, pr. brass ship bookends, spongeware platter, carved soapstone items including censer, cast iron balance scale, German humidor, black lion bookends by Ronson, B&H letter holder, celluloid box & album, Daisey & Button items. Custard Glass compote, porcelain shoes, lge. lot Milk Glass, Johnson Bros, dinner set, bisque figures, bisque black figure & black memorabilia, tortoiseshell combs, Jasperware sauceboats, assorted hand hammered aluminum, etc.

ORIENTAL RUGS: All estates in Concord, Boxford, Rockport & Needham - some worn and as is including (2) room size Kirmans ca. 1950, ivory Kirman 5’ x 8’, Kurd Bidjar 3’6” x 7’4”, Caucasian blue field 3’11” x 5’11”, semi antique Afgan Bokhara 7’8” x 10’3”, semi antique Hamadan 3’-8” x 7’-10”, a Persian design carpet 11’ x 17’ from a Boxford home, blue Chinese Nichols rug, Bokhara scatters, Persian style 6’ 4” x 9’2”, antique Bidjar 11’8” x 14’ alt’d. & worn, geometric runner 3’-3 x 10’, semi ant. Tekkee Bokhara 6’6” x 7’10”. Afgan Bokhara worn 6’5” x 9’, and Indo Persian approx. 9’ x 12’, (2) Pakistan Bokhara rugs 8’2” x 10’8” & 4’2” x 6’5”, red Mahal 8’6” x 9’8” (ext. wear), room size Karistan rug, (5) native American rugs Albuquerque, New Mexico ca. 1930, several hooked floral pattern rugs, etc.


Carl W. Stinson, Auctioneer
Douglas W. Stinson, Auctioneer
Edward A. Stinson, Auctioneer
MA Licenses #219 & #140.
15% buyer's premium.
Immediate removal.


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Very Important Oil on Canvas Painting By Jasper Francis Cropsey of Italian Landscape in its original frame.

canvas is: height 10" x
8" wide
frame is: 18.5" x 16.5"




Oil on Canvas By Jane Peterson 1875-1965

Sight Size: 24“ X 30”
Overall Size: 31” X 36.75”

Oil on Canvas
William M Hart

Sight Size: 9 3/8 ” X 14 1/2 ”
Overall Size: 19.5” X 24.5”

Important painting depicting Niagara Falls by noted
artist W. R. Miller 10-5/8" x 13-7/8" on artistboard
from a Buffalo, New York estate

Oil on Board By Luigi Crosio 1835-1915

Sight Size: 20” X 13.75” Overall size: 27.5” X 21”






Fine 19th Century Russian Bronze by Eugene Lanceray (See Below for Artist Biography)

Originally from a Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan Estate


Oval base: 11.75 x 5.5 "
Height overall: 16"
Horse length: 12.5"





Portrait of E. Lanceray (1907), by Konstantin Somov.
(not for sale)

Eugene Lanceray
(Artist of Fine 19th Century Russian Bronze above)

Yevgeny Yevgenievich Lansere, also spelled Lanceray (23 August 1875, Pavlovsk — 13 September 1946, Moscow), was a Russian graphic artist (painter, sculptor, mosaicist, illustrator) stylistically associated with the World of Art.

His father was a prominent sculptor, and his uncle was Alexandre Benois, an essential figure in the artistic world of Europe. Lanceray was enrolled at the Académie Colarossi and Académie Julian between 1895 and 1898. Like other World of Art members, he was fascinated with the "sparkling dust" of rococo art and often turned to the 18th-century Russian history for inspiration.

Lanceray was the only leading member of the World of Art to remain in Russia after the Revolution of 1917. Even his sister, Zinaida Serebryakova, found the revolutionary milieu alien to her art and left for Paris. Lanceray, who had been illustrating revolutionary periodicals during the First Russian Revolution, went to Ankara. He became enchanted with oriental themes, moved to Dagestan and eventually settled in Tbilisi. During his stay in Georgia, he read lectures in the local academy of arts and illustrated the Caucasian novellas of Leo Tolstoy.

It was not until 1933 that Lanceray returned to Moscow, where he became involved in the decoration of the Kazan Railway Station and the Hotel Moskva. Three years before his death, he was honoured with the Stalin Prize.

(sizes range from 11.50" x 17.75" down to 7.50" x 4.75")

Size 9.75" x 8"



Size 9.75" x 8"








Micromosaic Grand Tour pin ca l880
Rare American y.g. mourning ring mkd. (Sarah Hooper
Ob: 26 June 1779 ae: 41)

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