ANNUAL FALL ESTATES
Saturday, November 7th at 11 a.m.
At our Gallery 76 Main Street, Amesbury, Massachusetts
Americana, Victoriana; Asian; Fine Art; Marine; Silver; Jewelry and Oriental Carpets
OVER 400 LOTS WILL BE SOLD!
Featuring property from estates in Berwick, Maine, Stratham and Rye N.H.
and a Newburyport Massachusetts Family
Thursday & Friday November 5th and 6th from 1-6 p.m.
Auction Day: 9:00 am until sale
November 3rd & 4th, by appointment only
Important Massachusetts Roxbury tall case clock by Aaron Willard, Boston, retains original untouched finish; Henrietta Josepha Myers, painted by J.B. Greogory; Mahogany Chippendale Ball and Claw Drop Leaf Dining Table; American Boston Empire Sideboard with Marble Columns; English Hepplewhite Period Server; Country Furniture; Painted Sea Chests; Collection of High Style Custom Baker Furniture; Pier Tables; Leather Furniture; Pair of Baker Sofas; Important Selection of American Still Life Paintings; Collection of Scheier Pottery; Export Porcelain; Asian Items including a Collection of Japanese Menpo and several Carved Masks; Limoges Punch Bowl with Cups; Selection of Sterling Silver including a Fabulous Original Cased-Tiffany Sterling Silver Tea Set, Union Square, in original box, stamped Tiffany & Co; Firearms and Military Swords; Fine Selection of Paintings, Watercolors and other Works on Paper; Estate Jewelry Collection including Pins, Pendants, Diamonds, and Watches; American Needlework; Primitives; Collection of Decorative oversized Scottish Paintings from a well known North Conway Establishment, “The Scottish Lion Inn and Restaurant”
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Please note: We do not do shipping.
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Please contact Michael Holland at 603-474-2420
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