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Sterling silver including nine 6" Trophy plates, "Kittansett Club", "Women's and Men's Golf", "N. Block & Co, New York, English Sterling", approximate weight 14.78 oz t, 5 1/2" h, 8" l.

Chatfield" (dated 1920's); a sterling silver shallow bowl (9"); and another plain 6" plate; approximate weight 17.17 oz t.

Howe" with hallmarks; Serving spoon with basket of flowers, marked "J. Pennsylvania stoneware salt glazed butter crock, circumference cobalt decorated with tulips, leaves, vines and stems, small chips and age line at rim, attributed to R. Hand-stitched quilt, 24 blue and green stylized floral designs, very fine condition, 6' 10" sq; Hand-stitched quilt, appliqued green vine with rose pink floral border, and 12 circular designs in the same motif, excellent condition, 6' 10" x 6' 8". Victorian bird cage in the form of a mansion, carved wood and wire in original blue, cream and red (faux brick), with cone topped turrets on right and left side front, a peaked gable, sides and front with doors and windows, some minor imperfections and old tin repairs, along with nine carved wood and painted songbirds, 30" h, 27" w, 16" d, (from the estate of Tony Geiss, NYC). Two Grueby art pottery vases: Cylindrical vase with low flared lip, five incised lines at shoulder and also at base, light cucumber green matt glaze, circular stamped on bottom "Grueby Pottery, Boston, U. A.", with an interior lotus flower, 6" h; Small bulbous jar in mottled shades of green glaze, brown interior glaze, circular stamped "Grueby Pottery, Boston, U. Grueby ceramic art pottery jardiniere, dark cucumber matt green glaze, with eight broad leaves alternating with eight green flower buds, light green glazed interior, brown glazed base, circular impression "Grueby Pottery Boston U. A." with lotus flower, and carved above "S W" and "307-1", very good condition, 7" h, 7" w.

Stevens"; and a Teaspoon with basket of flowers, marked "George C. Rare wooden canteen, pine, in original green painted finish, wonderfully decorated with a white "L L" in a red painted circle with sunburst pattern in red, original leather sling, stamped on reverse "J R", Hingham, (JPR collection). oil on board, snowy landscape with farmhouses, mountains and birch trees in foreground, labeled on back "Snowbound, William J. Grueby ceramic art pottery vase, cucumber matt green glaze, six intersecting ribbed leaves with pointed tops, sharply defined raised edges, brown glazed interior, impressed circular stamp on bottom "Grueby Pottery, Boston, U. A.", carved initials "ERF", "6-28" and "Z" in green glaze, overall very good condition, 10 1/2" h, 9" dia (at shoulder). A.", with carved initials "PE", and "85", 7" h; Smaller jar/vase has five raised leaves with yellow buds on stems in between the leaves, small rim chip, lighter green glaze, stamped on bottom, 4 3/8" h; Slightly taller jar/vase has five ribbed leaves with small buds in between, stamped "Grueby Pottery, Boston U. Two Grueby ceramic art pottery pieces: Low profile vase, cream/white matt glaze, green glaze interior, impressed circular stamp "Grueby Pottery, Boston, U. A.", 2" h, 5" dia; Tall cylindrical vase, multiple raised ribbon pattern, cucumber green matt glaze, round blue printed paper label "Grueby Pottery, Boston, U. A.", "Registered", and lotus flower, "507" on a white rectangular label, 8 3/4" h, 3 1/2" dia; both in very good condition.

Oil on canvas harbor scene, with men in overalls securing a fishing boat at low tide, dock buildings, boats and gulls in the background, signed l.r. Gruppe", (1896-1978), carved and molded wood frame in silver finish, 32" x 40" (sight), 36" x 44" (framed). oil on canvas, seascape with waves against a rocky beach, double masted schooner sailing into a line storm with other sails, with light breaking through the clouds illuminating shore waves and rocks and brightening sky, possibly West Island, Fairhaven, MA, signed l.r. Brierly, labeled on back "From the Old Picture Store, 16 Brattle Street, Boston, Mass.", 21" x 28 1/2". Thomas Lacey with all the best wishes of her wandering friend, "Henry B". Ensor, 1881-1960), gilt plaster frame, 13 1/2" x 17" (sight). American cherry wood, tip top tea table, original varnish finish, molded square top, tilts on diagonal, carved and turned shaft, carved leg with elongated feather and diamond extending to a small claw and ball foot, 29" h, 34 1/2" x 33 1/2" top. colored lithograph, three-masted schooner "The Sea Witch", labeled on back "Robert Patterson artist", original gilded frame, 20 1/2" x 25 1/2" (sight); Photostatic copy of the foundation and superstructure of Minots Ledge Light House, near Cohasset, Mass., 1858, framed and glazed, 17" x 21 1/2" (sight). Harvard University Diploma for "Paul Willard" in Department of "Greek", August 27, 1845, signed by the President of Harvard, Josiah Quincy, from the John P. scenes of the Harvard campus, 5 1/2" h, 12" dia; and a serving platter with crimped pie edging, showing Harvard University, 1941, South Prospect of Harvard Along the Charles, 19" l. Exceptional Victorian sterling silver tureen, oval lid with ball finial, engraved with foliate designs, 5" tall handles with circular pebbled ends, raised circular shield crest on one side of bowl with a rampant lion and bull's head above, with ribbon surround "Be Just and Fear Not", the opposite side with a similar raised circular frame with a neoclassical head with winged helmet, stamped under lid "Stan, Marcus, New York" and "925/1000" within a shield, approximate weight 41.33 oz t, 13" h, 16" w (at handles). mustard pot, beehive finial, on a domed lid with pewter hinge (possibly restored), stamped "1947", with an "M" in a circle, "2531", 5 1/4" h; Sterling silver bowl, stamped "S.Kirk & Son, Co, 925/1000, 247", 8 1/4" dia; approximate weight 16.68 oz t. L., 164" and "627/849", very good condition, 9 1/2" h, 5 1/2" dia.Three early stoneware pieces: Large (15 1/2" h) "Charlestown" ovoid crock, offset handles and three incised hearts, crack at top; Ovoid 1-gal. Spaulding from the Cheshire County Store, Keene, N. Monday 21st April 1919"; Beston, Henry, The Tree That Ran Away, illustrated by Fritz Eichenberg, The Mac Millan Company, New York, 1941, hard-cover, signed on flyleaf "For Misti with love from Catherine Beston & her daddy"; Coatsworth, Elizabeth, Especially Maine, The natural world of Henry Beston..., The Stephen Greene Press, Brattleboro, Vermont, 1970, with dust cover; Mc Cann, E. Henley Publishing Co., New York, 1927, hard-cover, "The Fo'Castle H Beston"; Richards, J. Two colored prints of Harvard University: "Harvard Yard in Snow" by Chiang Yee, 1968, lithograph by Meriden Gravure Co., framed, matted and glazed, 8 3/4" x 24" (sight); Large framed print of "Harvard, 1636-1986", 350th year, 22 1/2" x 35". "model" ladderback rocking chair, maple and tiger maple, woven oak splint seat, Hingham, Mass. child's stand-up chair, pine, original red stained finish, deep tray front, slatted sides, forged nail construction, from the Randall Lincoln Estate, Hingham, "Revere" stenciled on bottom with history dating back to Mary Revere Lincoln, daughter of Paul Revere, (Note: rare form with Hingham/Revere history), 19 1/2" h, 18 1/2" l, (JPR collection). yarn winder, maple and pine, in original red painted finish, mortised and pegged, original bentwood handle, treadle style, 27" h, 29" l, acquired from S. jug, marked "Burlington, VT.", good condition, 11 3/4" h; Ovoid 1-gal. Plaiston; Payment receipt for flour purchased by Mr. H., June 11th, 1864; Muster-Out Roll of 1st Lieutenant Patrick H. M., High Street, illustrated by Eric Ravilious, The Curwen Press, London, England, 1938, hard-cover, signed on flyleaf "For Mrs. Christmas 1941; Barrus Clara, Whitman and Burroughs, Comrades, Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston and New York, 1931, hard-cover, signed on flyleaf "Margaret Coatsworth Smith for SS Paris... Hingham Mass.", hard-cover, with dust cover; (JPR collection). English Hepplewhite sideboard, figured mahogany with pine secondary wood, bowfront molded top, three-drawer construction, lion's head round brass pulls, thumbnail molded and dovetailed drawer, square tapered legs extending to spade feet, bottle drawer on left side, 34" h, 5' 2" l, 27" d. cut silhouette of a young lady, in a black carved frame, 3 1/4" x 2 3/4" (sight); and a 19th c. Oak firkin with swing handle, in a black painted finish, early nailed lead repair, 12" to top of handle; and a very early green lidded pail, marked "Pastry", in a blue/green painted finish, 10 1/4" h. Dutch marquetry inlaid side chair, inlaid with butterflies, songbird, flowered vines, vase on pedestal with flowers, cabriole legs with inlaid bead, claw and ball feet, inset seat, some marquetry missing throughout, 19" seat h, 42" overall h, 20" w. pastel on academy board, still life of a wine bottle along with apples and grapes in a blue glass footed bowl, signed l.r. history, "acquired in 1961 from Reuben Grigg, who owned the Wellington Furniture factory bldg. Randall Lincoln of Hingham, originally from the John Hersey family of Hingham, Mass., (JPR collection).