|Auction Type||Estate & Fine Collection|
|Date||12/14/2021 10:00 a.m.|
One Juniper Road
North Hampton NH , 03862
|Online Auction URL||View Online Auction|
Important items of Interest: George Washington signed Three Language Ship’s Passport. July 7th, 1794, John Hancock signed pamphlet "An Oration Delivered March 5, 1774, at the Request of the Inhabitants of the Town of Boston to Commemorate the Bloody Tragedy of the Fifth of March, 1770.", Signed letters by President Rutherford B. Hayes, Important Civil War Officer’s Sword by Tiffany and Co. belonging to Brigadier-General Frederic Winthrop together with a memorial service pamphlet, photograph, memorial badge, stirrups, and flag staff. Frederic Winthrop was killed April 1, 1865, while fighting at the head of his troops at the Battle of Five Forks, VA, and was a descendant of Massachusetts Bay Colony governor John Winthrop. A selection of 16th and 17th century books and others.
Selection of Artwork: To include paintings, old master prints, and lithographs to include works by: Wells M Sawey, H. Mageret, C. Hoffenbauer, Mrs. Jerome Thompson, Margaret Fitz Hugh Browne, Hagop Chakrian, L Brae Kebell, Herman van Swanevelt, (Giovanni) Piranesi, Oskar Laske, Max Pollak, Gabriel Spat, Fernando Zobel and many illegible signatures.
Jewelry: An impressive assortment of (23) David Yurman gold and silver necklaces; bracelets; earrings; enhancers, and rings. Several gold bracelets and necklaces, diamond and multi-stone rings, designer and other costume jewelry.
Other items of interest: A large selection of sterling silver flat and hollowware, Queen Anne mahogany drop leaf table, 18th century butterfly table, Windsor comb back arm chair, oriental rugs, jade lamp, 13-star flag, two Bellamy type eagles by John True of Kittery, collection of (45) Portsmouth Naval Ship Yard Submarine Launching Tags and two journals one about the shipyard the other USS Philadelphia Submarine Journal beginning July 5, 1942, through May 26, 1944.
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