October 2, 2018 - The Traditional Collector

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Lot# 001 John William Casilear (1811 - 1893 Saratoga Springs, NY)


Landscape with stream and cows, 1871
Oil on panel
Initialed and dated lower right: JWC
7.25" H x 12.5" W

est: $3,000/5,000

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Lot# 002 Joseph Jefferson IV (1829 - 1905 Palm Beach, FL)


Trees in a rolling hill landscape, 1896
Oil on canvas laid to canvas
Signed and dated lower left: J. Jefferson
24" H x 36" W

est: $1,000/1,500

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Lot# 003 20th Century American School


Yosemite Valley scene
Oil on board
Unsigned
13.5" H x 19.5" W

est: $600/900

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Lot# 004 Ephraim Keyser (1850-1937 Baltimore, MD)


"Titania", the fairy queen on a leaf chariot pulled by squirrels
Patinated bronze
Signed: E. Keyser, Rome; Nelli Roma foundry; titled: Titania
32" H x 30" W x 10.75" D

est: $7,000/9,000

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Lot# 005 A Smith Patterson mahogany tall case clock


Late 19th/early 29th century
Dial signed: Smith Patterson Co.
The gilt and polished metal dial with raised Arabic numerals, seconds subdial, and moon phase calendar with 9-tube gong musical movement enclosed in an architectural case with angled pediment over a columned case with glazed doors and carved squared feet
96" H x 27" W x 17.625" D


est: $3,000/5,000

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Lot# 006 A sterling silver pitcher, Jacobi and Jenkins


1894-1908
Stamped to bottom: Jacobi & Jenkins / Baltimore / Makers / Sterling 925/1000 Fine
All-over repousse-decorated with flowers and leaves over a hammered ground reserved with a church with tower on either side
15.25" H x 8" W x 5.375" D
32.660 oz. troy approximately

est: $3,000/4,000

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Lot# 007 Two Shreve & Co. sterling silver trophies


First quarter 20th century
Each stamped: Shreve & Co. / Sterling / San Francisco / Base Loaded
Each raised on a knopped and widening base, the first with a slightly flared rim with enamel medallion inscribed "The William L. Gerstle Trophy for the annual Champion Blue Rock Shooter of the family won by Dr. C.D. McGettigan 1912", the second with a squat body inscribed "Burlingame-San Mateo Horse Show 1921 Champion Polo Pony won by Richard Schwerin's Garside", 2 pieces
The first: 12" H x 5.375" Dia.; the second: 11" H x 5.5" Dia.

est: $800/1,200

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Lot# 008 A sterling silver tea and coffee service, Wallace


First half 20th century
Each stamped for Wallace, further stamped: Sterling / 706
Comprising a coffee pot (8" H x 9" W x 4.5" D), a teapot (6" H x 9.125" W x 4.375" D), a covered sugar bowl (5.75" H x 7.25" W x 4.5" D), a cream jug (4.25" H x 5.25" W x 3.875" D), and a waste bowl (4" H x 4.75" W x 4.375" D), monogrammed: B, 5 pieces
47.350 oz. troy approximately

est: $800/1,200

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Lot# 009 James Abbott McNeil Whistler (1834 - 1903 Lowell, MA)


"La Vieille aux Loques", 1858, from "Twelve Etchings from Nature"
Etching and drypoint on paper under Plexiglas
Signed in the plate lower right: Whistler (with the reverse 's'), titled in another hand verso, published by Delatre, Paris
Plate: 8.25" H x 5.75" W

est: $700/900

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Lot# 010 A Criterion music box with disks


Circa 1890s
The lid signed: The Criterion
The squared carved wood box enclosing a disk music box mechanism with crank wind, disks include: "The Loreley, A German Song", "The Star Spangled Banner", "The Liberty Bell March", "Reilly and the Four Hundred Lancers in Four Parts (Part 4)", "Radetzky March", "The Mockingbird Song, Grobe", "The Traumerei (Reverie)", "Emmetts G***by", "On the Banks of the Wabash Far Away, Song", and "Only One Girl in the World", 11 pieces
Overall: 10.625" H x 24" W x 20" D

est: $800/1,200

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Lot# 011 Two American brilliant-cut glass decorative items


20th century
Apparently unsigned
Comprising a vase and a stepped-rim bowl adorned with Brunswick stars and other motifs, 2 pieces
The vase: 11.875" H x 7" Dia.; the bowl: 4.125" H x 9.375" Dia.

est: $800/1,200

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Lot# 012 William Frederick Foster ANA (1883 - 1953 New York, NY)


"Lady and Gentleman"
Oil on canvas
Signed lower left: Will Foster
32" H x 25" W

est: $800/1,200

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Use the quick index below for faster catalogue navigation
Lot# | 001-012 | 013-024 | 025-036 | 037-048 | 049-060 | 061-072 | 073-084 | 085-096 | 097-108 | 109-120 | 121-132 | 133-144 | 145-156 | 157-168 | 169-180 | 181-192 | 193-204 | 205-216 | 217-228 | 229-240 | 241-252 | 253-264 | 265-276 | 277-288 | 289-300 | 301-312 | 313-324 | 325-330

Auction Information

Tuesday, October 2, 2018
The Traditional Collector

Sale Location:
145 East Walnut Avenue, Monrovia, CA 91016

Previews:
Friday, September 28—10am-4pm
Saturday, September 29—12pm-4pm
Sunday, September 30—12pm-4pm
Monday, October 1—10am-4pm
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Auction: 2pm

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