Auction Archives 2008
Manchester, New Hampshire
The collection of David Wood of Nantucket Island, Property from the Ffrost-Sawyer Homestead in Durham, New Hampshire, Property from the Arts of the Americas at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Native American objects, American furniture, ceramics, silver, items of maritime interest.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Prints and paintings by John J. Audubon and Robert Havell, Jr., Currier & Ives, and other Prints; Native American Art; Decoys, Duck Stamps, and Sporting Art; Militaria; English Ceramics, including Liverpool Pitchers; Nautical Instruments and Objects; Asian Decorative Arts; Derrydale Press Books; and more.
The J. Welles Henderson Maritime Collection
Manchester, New Hampshire
Mochaware from the Collection of Jonathan Rickard, Lyman, Fenton & Company-Bennington, Vermont Rockingham and Flint Enamel Glazed Pottery, Ceramics and Folk Art of American Interest, S. Robert Teitelman Collection, Pewter from descendants of Ledlie Laughlin, Property Inherited From Mary M. Sampson, Boston, the collection of Henry S. and Lorene Purcell Cone, and various Americana.
The Drs. John R. Ribic & Carla M. Kingsley Shaker Collection.
The Michael Schnall Collection of American Folk Art.
Portsmouth New Hampshire
Specialty Auction. Featuring European Furniture & Decorative Arts and Collectors’ Items. Including the contents of Carter's Grove.
Manchester New Hampshire
Folk art including Cigar Store Indians; Historical Americana including Washington, Lafayette and Civil War related paintings, documents and other material; English Ceramics including Delft, Creamware, Mochaware, Saltglaze, Staffordshire Figures and Historical Dark Blue Staffordshire; Ship Paintings; American Stoneware, Bennington and other Pottery; Books; Prints including Audubons and Whistlers; Toys & Trains; American Indian Artifacts; American Glass, Advertising material, Cast-Iron Door Stops, 300 Silver Dollars; and Picture Frames. The Americana Collection of Priscilla Standish and Howard Kinne Richmond; American Paintings including “Emancipation” by Thomas Prichard Rossiter; Folk Art and Furniture including property from the Isobel and Harvey Kahn Collection and Colonial Williamsburg; American Colonial Silver and Brass Fireplace Equipment. Important Oriental Rugs, Carpets and Trappings from the Estate of a New England Lady; Estate Jewelry; Important English Silver; Old Master and European Paintings, including Rembrandt prints; English and American Animal Paintings; English and Continental Furniture; American Furniture including pieces acquired from Israel Sack Inc.; Colonial and Early American Portraits and Paintings from the Seybolt Family of Boston.