Estate of John
Robert Gregg, Jr
Jungle Road –
Library of Books, Art, Native American, Jewelry,
EAPG, Art Glass,Furniture,Rugs and Musical Instruments
February 5th at 6 pm - Lots 1001-1399
February 6th at 1 pm – Lots 1400-1833
Sale to include Native American Rugs, Blankets and Jewelry
as well as Inuit-carved soapstone and artwork, Ephemera including: Rare
Autographs, Signed photographs, Ancient Chinese Currency, Extensive collection
of Early American Pattern Glass as well as Art Glass Jewelry, Asian Porcelain,
sterling silver flatware and hollowware, Artwork: (2) Leon
Dabo, Ben Foster, Franklin de Haven, (2) John J. Audubon, Lawrence Mazzanovich,
etc, Musical Instruments: 1912 Steinway Grand Piano, Mosrite of
California Double Neck Guitar, Fender "Telecaster"
An extensive private library of books which he both
collected veraciously as well as inherited from a number of allied families who
lived in both Chicago and Manhatten.
Subjects include but are not limited to:
Canadian and Arctic exploration, Native Americans and their decorative
arts, Canoeing, Inuits, American Revolutionary War; Novels and poetry by
William Shakespeare, Keats and Shelley, Marlowe, Bierce, Douglas, as well as
There will be no additions to
April 25, 1935 in Manhattan, N.Y. to John Robert Gregg, inventor of Gregg
shorthand, and Janet Kinley Gregg, daughter of economist David Kinley, he
worked briefly as an editor for the Sierra Club in San Francisco before moving
to York, Maine in 1967, where he lived the rest of his life winter, spring and
fall. Summers he spent at his beloved cottage on the French River, Ontario.
Previews: Sunday, January 31st, Thursday, February 4th
and Friday, February 5th from 9 am-4pm
Saturday, February 6th from 9am-1pm
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Neck Rd pass Godfrey Cove Rd (2/10 mi) Jungle Rd on Left, watch for signs.
Due to Covid
Regulations the gallery is open by appointment only.
Payment: On line payments thru Live Auctioneers is
SHIPPING AND DELIVERY OPTIONS FOR THIS ONSITE AUCTION ONLY: Address for pick is
Jungle Road, York, Maine. Pick up will be on Mon, Feb 8 and Tues, Feb 9th from
9-4pm and Wed, Feb 10 from 9-12. Winning
bidders must provide boxes and paper and are responsible for removal and
loading of all items. Smaller items will be available for curbside pickup. A
representative will be there to assist but the winning bidder assumes any and
all responsibility for any damage or injury that should take place once they
are on the property.
NOT PICKED UP DURING ALLOTTED TIME WILL BE CONSIDERED FORFEITED WITHOUT REFUND,
NO EXCEPTIONS, UNLESS PRIOR ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE WITH THE AUCTION HOUSE.
Unless prior acceptable pick up or shipping arrangements have been agreed upon,
a storage charge of up to $25 a day could be applied to any item left on premise after agreed upon
date. Items not picked up may also be subject to a disposal fee charge,
depending on size and unwieldiness of a particular item.
OUT OF STATE - Small items will be given to UPS STORE
1088, Derek Perretti, 647 US Route 1, Unit 14, York,
ME 03909, 207-363-5044,
Buyer pays all shipping costs. We are not responsible for item once you
authorize release to the UPS store. If you are buying furniture we can always
provide trucking services for a delivery fee.
Other national shippers for larger items include:
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EAST COAST DELIVERIES, Scott Cousins 978-491-9353
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