Saturday, August 5th 
  Viewing - 8:30 am       Main Sale - 10:00 am
  Eleanor Pew Morris Memorial Arena, Pig Loop Rd., Chester, NS
   
 
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Lot Description
626 A hooked mat depicting a cat
627 A hooked mat dated 1864-1943
628 A 19th century American wooden puppet.  Provenance:  L. E. Buck, Soho, N.Y.
629 A late 19th century Lunenburg County games board in original black and red paint, with parcheese game verso
630 A Ray Swinamer serpent form cane with carved folk art handle, signed 'POW 93610'
631 A Ray Swinamer serpent form cane with carved folk art handle in the form of a thumb, signed 'Ray S. 93610'
632 A Ray Swinamer cane with carved folk art handle in the form of an elephant's foot, and "Dartmouth Sportsplex Wall of Fame" inscribed on the shaft, signed 'POW 93610'
633 A Ray Swinamer cane with carved folk art handle showing painted heads, signed ''Ray 93610 POW'
634 A folk art carved cane, the handle as a gentleman, c.1890
635 A folk art carved cane, the handle with hearts and carved face, Blue Rocks, Lunenburg County, c.1890
636 A family record for Moses E. Burpe and Margaret Barker, commenced 1827, by Thomas MacDonald, New Brunswick, 9 1/2" x 12"
637 A small Deichmann pitcher, 3 1/2" high
638 A blue spongeware pitcher, 19th century
639 A Deichmann pitcher, 4 3/4" high
640 A mahogany high post bed with acorn finials, tapered and square columns and a rolling pin headboard and footboard
641 A Deichmann pottery turquoise vase with matte finish, 6 3/4" h.
642 A Deichmann pottery turquoise bowl with matte finish, 9" diam.
643 Twenty Deichmann tiles in grey with faint underglazed animal and sea creatures
644 A Susie Cooper Elegance pattern coffee set with Kestrel style pot, cream, sugar and five cups and saucers
645 A painted game board on tin
646 A small Deichmann dish decorated with a duck
647 A primitive, miniature, two drawer wall box in old green paint, c.1845
648 A Deichmann bowl in brown lustre glaze, signed and numbered '58' on base, 7 1/2" diam.
649 A Deichmann square shaped bowl in green/brown glaze, signed, 6" wide 
650 A folk art painted chest
651 A portrait of a dog by Mrs. K., Armdale, NS, c.1800
652 "Welcome Buddy", a World War I textile
653 A cast iron cigar lighter as a dapper gentleman, American, c.1920
654 A gentleman's lot including a Wetzlar Minox camera in leather case, Wetzlar developer, a Rolex stainless deployment buckle watch strap and five gold-plated Cross pens
655 A Cooke, Troughton & Simms Ltd. transit English, c.1945
656 A Troughton & Sons transit with silvered scale, in mahogany case, Victorian
657 A W. & L. E. Gurley level in mahogany case, c.1900
657a A Spencer telescope in wooden carrying case
658 A Heller & Brightly transit retaining a Heller & Brightly "'Mathematical Surveying Astronomical" label from Spring Garden & Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia
658a A Plath sextant in box, together with a wind gauge
659 "His Master's Voice", a portable gramophone, in working order
660 A Zeiss 30x60B telescope with motorized focus
661 A mahogany humidor with a collection of miscellaneous pipes by various makers including Meerschaum, etc.
662 A Mamiyaflex camera with Mamiya-Sekor lenses
663 A folk art carving of a guitar player, c.1950
664 Four miscellaneous 19th century canes
665 A Victorian lady's chair with grape carving and button back, velvet upholstery
666 A Short & Mason barograph in a mahogany case, c.1900
667 A W. & L. E. Gurley level complete with fittings, in mahogany case, c.1900, retaining Gurley label
668 A nickel plated brass log with a Walker's 'Cherub III Ship-Log' dial
669 A Keuffel & Esser Co. theodilite, c.1920, with Keuffel & Esser Co. labels
670 A Regency style armchair with needlepoint seat cover
670a A Queen Anne style dome-top framed mirror, 19th century
671 A large pottery charger in green glaze by Stuart, Grand Pre, 17 1/2" diameter
672 A pair of St. Jean Port Joli Quebec wood carvings, signed Caron, the carvings depicting a grandmother and a grandfather in rocking chairs 
673 A Bradley & Hubbard stag form inkwell frame with glass inkwell, c.1890
674 A Nova Scotia pine two drawer stand in black overpaint, c.1830
675 A Victorian parlour table with carved leaf and nut legs, the shaped cross stretcher with urn finial, c.1860
676 A rose wood frame accordion in hexagonal box. 1865, working 
677 A child's Hero accordion in original box with classic 1950's green panelled keyboard, China, mid 20th century
678 A child's dapple grey rocking horse combination pull toy with a worn label.  Probably German, c.1920
678a A carved carousel horse with rockers added
679 "Original Homestead, John and Mary MacIntosh at Saltsprings, Pictou Co., Nova Scotia" by G. Johnson, signed, dated 1885, oil on canvas, 15 3/4" x 21 3/4"
680 A Nova Scotia pine one drawer table with shaped gallery back, c.1845
681 A Nova Scotia one drawer side table, the gallery with rabbit ears, c.1830
681a "Dispersion de l'Acadien", a 19th century oil on board of the Acadian expulsion, in an old frame
682 An Eli Terry shelf clock sold by Steel, Hortonville, NS, labelled, the case with half-pilasters and shaped pediment
683 A large ceramic African pot
684 A Nova Scotia one drawer stand in brown overpaint with pegged construction, the drawers with hand made nails, c.1830
685 "London" a late 17th or early 18th century map illustrating London along the Thames prior to the Great Fire which took place in September 1666.  9" x 27"
686 "A Mapp of St. Andrews Holborn Parifh", Publish'd According to Act of Parliament 1755 or Storn's?, stew's, stone's Survey
687 A set of four William Hogarth steel engravings titled as follows:  Plate 1 'An Election Entertainment', published 1755; Plate 2 'Canvassing for Votes', published 1757; Plate 3 'The Polling', published 1758; Plate 4 'Chairing the Member, published 1758
688 A Tourkoman Yamoud rug, 6' 4" x 4'
689 A Nova Scotia primitive wall rack
690 A one drawer stand with spooled legs, North American, early 19th century
691 "Cheshire Cat" by Joe Sleep, oil on board
692 "Parrots & Flowers" by Joe Sleep, a painted lamp shade
693 "Cart on Lunenburg Wharf" by Earl Bailly, watercolour on paper, 8 1/2" x 11"
694 A Nova Scotia crooked knife, the handle carved as a mythical creature
695 A Nova Scotia white painted pine washstand with serpentine frieze, c.1860
696 A Nova Scotia, shield-form, wall sewing shelf with heart shaped pin cushion, c.1910
697 A large sweet grass basket
698 A child's tramp art miniature two-drawer dresser with mirror
699 A folk art crocodile head signed 'Eddie Mandaggio'
700 "Lile D'Sling & Lile De Dosau" an earthenware cup with a stencil ware Napoleonic battle scene & Napoleonic crest, c.1830 (slight hair line crack on rim)
701 An Inuit serpentine carving of an Inuit face, by Onalik, Frobisher Bay, 7" high
702 An Inuit soapstone carved seal together with a sweet grass basket
703 An Inuit bone carving of a shaman by Joseph Morgan, George River
704 A large elk horn cribbage board
705 A boudoir chair in scarlet velvet upholstery, c.1900
705a A tilt top tea table, c.1820
706 A round oak table on turtle base, c.1900 
707 A whirligig in the form of a horse and sulky with driver, c.1930
708 A Persian Isphan rug, 8' x 10'
709 A butter churn with floral painted decoration
710 A wicker love seat, c.1910
711 A wicker love seat, c.1915
712 A Nova Scotia two over three drawer pine chest in old, crackled finish, on turned feet, c.1830
713 A folk art depiction of an Indian chief, 16" x 20"
714 Six Royal Worcester hand painted month of the year plates with retailer's mark for Theodore B. Starr, New York
715 An oak sideboard with floral gallery
715a A good Diamond Dyes cabinet
716 "Covered Bridge" by Maud Lewis, signed, oil on board, 11 3/4" x 13 3/4" 
717 "Seagull at Fisherman's Wharf" oil on board, by Maud Lewis, 12" x 14"
718 "Smiths Cove", by Maud Lewis, signed, oil on board, c.1952, 9" x 11 3/4" 
718a "Sandy Cove" by Maud lewis, oil on board, c.1958, 11 1/2" x 13 3/4"
718b "Winter Scene with Two Deer" by Maud Lewis, oil on board, 11 3/4" x 15 3/4".  This painting was part of the AGNS Maud Lewis travelling exhibition
718c "Covered Bridge and Sleighs" by Maud Lewis, signed, oil on masonite, 12" x 16" 
719 "A Nova Scotia Homestead" by 'Nipper' Little, signed, watercolour, pen & ink, 11" x 22"
720 A pressed back po chair, c.1890
720a A pine corner cabinet with glazed doors and arched top, c.1845
721 "The Mary Star", a folk art painting of a ship, 23" x 30"
722 An early folk art paper floral grouping in old box frame with original paint, c.1880
723 A pine hanging shelf with astragal glazed doors, c.1840
724 A framed folk art carving of a cardinal by Brian and Carolyn Fancy, 16" x 20"
725 A Nova Scotia settee, c.1850
726 A folk art carved wall shelf with whale pediment
727 A sailor's valentine, c.1880.  Lacking shells
728 "Sea Otters Playing", an Inuit print, signed in syllabics, dated 1964, 14 1/2" x 20"
729 "Tuktug" by Kudjuakiuk, signed and titled in pencil, a stone cut and stencil # 45 of 50, 20" x 24"
729a "Wolf Dancer" by Patrick Amero and "Thunderbirds" by Don Yeomans
730 A Nova Scotia pine jam cupboard, c.1860
731 "Brook Trout" by Kevin Creaser, a folk art carved fish
732 A Lilihan hand knotted rug, c.1920
733 A Lilihan hand knotted rug, c.1921
734 A civil war period U.S. Cavalry sword by Clauberg, Solingen, the blade with American Crest and U.S., the pierced hand guard with American Crest and U.S.
735 A pine jam cupboard, the base with a small cupboard
736 "The Grey Fish" by V. Jarvis, Canso, N.S., a reverse ships painting on glass, c.1900, 17" x 15"
737 A Persian tribal rug, 3' x 5'
738 A Caucasian Kazak rug, 6' x 3'
739 An octagonal table top as a games board, c.1890
740 An armchair with rotating seat, c.1890
741 A Nova Scotia cane work fishing creel in old blue paint
742 An oak two drawer architect's desk, c.1890
743 "Fish Sheds" by Don Scott, acrylic on panel, 12" x 16"
744 A pair of Japanese famille verte porcelain vases with hand painted side panels
744a "The Wave", a Japanese wood block print
745 A bentwood cafe chair, Austrian, c.1890
746 A collection of pinup calendars, 1953, 1954, etc.
747 A large Porsche dealer's sign 
748 A large Porsche dealer's sign 
749 War for the Union, Volumes II & III by Everet A. Duyckinck, published by Johnson Fry & Company, 1865, including steel engravings of the American Civil War battle scenes and important personages
750 A child's Windsor high chair, c.1860.  Refinished
751 An Acadian side chair with caned seat, late 18th/early 19th century
752 A shellwork anchor, c.1890
753 A set of Edward VII press back chairs, the chair back impressed with a portrait of the monarch
754 A Plains Indian hide bag
755 A Keuffel & Esser Co. N.Y. slide rule, 83" long
756 An Alice Hagen hand painted tea cup, saucer and under plate decorated with maple leaves and the provincial crest of Alberta
756a A Limoges hand painted punch bowl and stand by Margaret Fluch, Halifax, c.1920
757 A family grouping of three figures, c.1945.  Provenance:  Chris Huntingdon Auction - 1980's
758 "Country Ruin" by Fraser, signed, oil on canvas, 23" x 32"
759 "Skater's Delight", a small folk art painting signed M. Emery Cahoon
760 "Shore Road" and "Blue Rock Light" by W. Rogers, signed and dated '89 & '90, 10" x 14" each
761 A pair of Chinese, blue and white, baluster-form lidded ginger jars, late 19th/early 20th century
762 A Chinese motif mug, mid-19th century, 4" high.  Inside rim chip
763 A pair of 19th century bellows, one tole painted
764 A bell form butter press, the press carved with a cow motif
765 An Inuit soapstone carving "Boy Sledding" by Johnny Inukpuk, Inukjuak, 6" long
765a An Inuit soapstone carving "Muskox Man" by Arctic Producers, Donny Pitsiulak, 13" long
765b An Inuit soapstone carving "Sedna" by Alaku Nauya, Ivujivik, 14" long
766 "Old Fox Chewing Tobacco", an advertising poster, 19 1/2" x 14"
767 Two folk art dancing figures
768 Two folk art dancing figures
769 A 19th century pine bench
770 "Sunday Race Week" by Robert Rutherford, signed and dated, serigraph 1992, # 52/65, 12" x 24"
771 A 19th century brass and marble lamp table
772 "Nova Scotia Highway" by Paul Hannon, signed and dated, watercolour on paper, 14" x 22"
773 "The Old Salt", signed bottom left, oil on canvas, 15" x 13"
774 "Blue flowers" by H. Steininger, signed, oil on panel, 9" x 11 1/2"
775 "Dutch Interior", signed bottom right, oil on canvas, 16" x 20"
776 "A Happy Man", signed, oil on masonite, 15 3/4" x 11 3/4"
777 A J & G Meakin 'Tripoli' pattern commode set comprising large  basin, large pitcher, small pitcher, soap dish with lid, vase and mug
778 A tin sailfish, 6" long
779 "Boat Docked at a Wharf by Jack Weldon Humphrey, signed, watercolour on paper, 10 1/2" x 16"
780 "Seagulls, Hens & Cows" by Eddie Mandaggio, a folk art oil on board, 16" x 48"
781 Two brown glazed pottery pudding moulds in the form of sheep, 10" and 6"
782 A Nova Scotia pine washstand, c.1840
783 "Mrs. Moore", a 19th century portrait, 12" x 10"
784 A pine blanket chest on two drawer base, American, c.1820
785 "Falcon, Raven &Eagle" by Allen Angecoret '86, a lithograph # 14/30
786 An Empire style mahogany rocking chair, c.1840
787 "Red Onions" by M. Kadlec, signed, oil on canvas, 14" x 18"
788 A folk art carved shore bird, 29" high
789 A floral decorated cranberry glass oil lamp font on an Art Nouveau bronzed spelter base, with flared cranberry glass shade
790 The SS Jamaica Success by E. Barclay, oil on board, 29" x 44"
791 A room size kelim rug
792 A pair of late 19th century ship's lamps
793 A primitive, dovetailed, pine customs & excise tax collector's box, c.1900, with labels from the Dominion Express Railroad, etc.
794 A hooked rug depicting a parrot
795 "The Iola", a primitive painting of an ocean liner, initialled F. G. B, c.1915, 13" x 26"
796 A Nova Scotia duck decoy
797 A Nova Scotia golden eye duck decoy
798 A pair of ecclesiastical dioramas, displayed in bottles, c.1900
799 A female merganser decoy, c.1875-1900 by W. Boggle, Tangiers, Halifax Co., NS
800 A carved duck decoy, 12" long.  Note:  An old piece of note paper which accompanies the duck indicates it was made by George Baker of Ecum Secum around 1890 and that the bird is a whistler female
 
 
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