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Willis Henry Auctions Inc.

22 Main Street

Marshfield , Massachusetts

USA   02050


Telephone : 781.834.7774

Fax : 781 826 3520

Website : http://www.willishenry.com/

Email : wha@willishenry.com

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  • Willis Henry Auctions is a Massachusetts based auctioneer of fine arts and antiques. For over twenty five years we have been conducting sales in a variety of art categories. During this time, the company has gained an international reputation for successful sales and seen its auction catalogs become research tools for collectors and dealers alike.

    Each year, Willis Henry Auctions holds a special auction of Shaker made items including furniture, accessories, tools, manuscripts and art. These sales have garnered international attention and have generated several world record prices. In 1990, a Shaker work counter (click on the picture to the right for more information) achieved a record price of $220,000. A Shaker manuscript written in 1842 set another record when it received a winning bid of $17,050. Such results have established our firm as a leader in the Shaker market.

    In addition, the company conducts several sales each year featuring fine Americana. These sales contain a broad spectrum of American art, furniture and accessories from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. Presently this category holds our personal record price. In 1996, an oil on canvas society painting by William Merritt Chase, executed circa 1895 enticed a final bid of $265,000 including buyer's premium (click on the picture to the right for more information).

    American Indian art auctions and ethnographic sales are also annual events. Finally estate sales featuring 19th century furniture and decorative accessories, including oriental rugs, fine paintings, porcelains, silver, and jewelry are held approximately every two months.

Asian Arts & Militaria Auction

by Willis Henry Auctions Inc.

November 16, 2014, 11:30 AM EST

Rockland, MA, US

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November, 2014

Sunday, 11/16/2014
Asian Arts & Militaria Auction
New England : Massachusetts