Estate & Collection Auction (299 Lots)
299 lots with images
February 24, 2014Live Auction
Portland, OR, USA
February 24, 2014Live Auction
Portland, OR, USA
Description: PAIR PETTEE CALIFORNIA POTTERY SCULPTURES, attributed to Janice Pettee, Vernon Kilns, Vernon, California, mid 20th century, each a stylized turquoise rooster raised on black base. Heights 20.5 inches.
Condition Report: 001: Phoenix sculptures show moderate wear throughout with crazing, a few small chips and one has a repaired chip to the wing.View additional info and full condition report
Description: WHITE CARVED MARBLE PORTRAIT BUST of a young woman with long flowing hair and delicate carved features. Height 12 inches.View additional info
Description: THREE GERMAN BISQUE SOCKET HEAD DOLLS, Max Oscar Arnald, #200, with brown wig, blue sleep eyes, on jointed wood and composition body, marked MOA, Germany, 200, 4/0, 12.25"H; Armand Marseille #390, with brown wig, brown sleep eyes, on jointed wood and composition body, marked D.R.G.M., 6/1, 390., A.2/OXM, 14.5"H; and Heubach Koppelsdorf, #300, strawberry blond wig, blue fixed eyes, on composition body with jointed limbs, marked Heubach Kopplesdorf, 300, 11/0, Germany, 12"H.View additional info
Description: MARTIAN "COMMERCIAL" SINGLE ACTION SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL, 6.35mm (25 acp) caliber, 2" barrel, blued finish, black hard rubber grips, six shot magazine, hammerless action, slide lock/safety, fixed sights, bottom magazine release, serial #9784. Lot requires FFL or background check.View additional info
Description: TIFFANY & CO. MAKERS STERLING SILVER CHILD'S CUP, 1892-1902, under the directorship of Charles L. Tiffany, decorated with a band of children playing in relief. Height 3.5 inches. Weight 7.4 troy ozs.View additional info
Description: LASERAIM SERIES II SINGLE ACTION SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL, 45 acp caliber, 5" barrel, stainless finish, black synthetic grips, eight shot magazine, fixed sights plus "ILLUSION" scope mounted on accessory rail, skeleton trigger and hammer, hammer block safety, original box and papers, serial #C00317. Lot requires FFL or background check.View additional info
Description: CHINESE REPUBLIC FAMILLE ROSE BUDDHA with a seated smiling Buddha and five children. Height 11.5 inches.
Condition Report: 007: Buddha is in good overall condition with minimal wear and no visible chips or repairs.View additional info
Description: FIVE STERLING SILVER LIDDED DRESSER ACCESSORIES: Tiffany Makers crystal scent bottle, with hinged sterling lid and interior crystal stopper, 2.75"H; Whiting Manufacturing Co. crystal perfume, hinged sterling lid, 5"H; Gorham sterling case with removable conforming glass scent bottle, plus two round shallow glass boxes each having sterling lids, 2" and 6.25"D.View additional info
Description: FRENCH LOUIS STYLE JARDINIERE with brass net armature featuring swags and ribbon affectation. Height 13.5 inches.
Condition Report: 009: Jardiniere is in good overall condition with minimal wear and no visible chips or repairs. It is 13" diameter.View additional info
Description: AN AMERICAN CRYSTAL REGULATOR MANTEL CLOCK, Ansonia Clock Co., New York, "Crown" model, c. 1915, having a spring wound time/strike movement with open escapement. Height 15.25 inches.View additional info
Description: WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN FIELD TELEPHONE, brown Bakelite case, codes riveted on top, detachable crank handle stored inside, black handset with hanger, wiring diagrams riveted inside lid, manufactured 1944.View additional info
Description: ROUND ORIENTAL ACCENT RUG, Indo-Persian, floral design on black ground and ivory ring border, hand knotted wool pile, 6'0"D.View additional info
Description: HOLLIS RICHARDSON PENCIL DRAWING (American, 20th century) Titled "Beads and Jeans" depicting two Native American girls. Opening measures 23.5" x 12.5", pencil signed "H. Richardson" lower right and dated 1983. In a metal frame.View additional info
Description: WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN NAZI IRON CROSS, the vaulted first class cross with swastika and 1939 date, screw back type with backing washer marked L/56.View additional info
Description: TWO STERLING SILVER BOWLS, Towle, #5280, 8.5"D: and a Whiting repousse bowl, #6194, 5.75"D. Total weight 6.7 troy ozs.View additional info
Description: LATE VICTORIAN CHERRY ETAGERE, American, c. 1900, with beveled mirror crest over five open shelves set against a mirror back, the whole raised on four S-curved legs with 'ormolu' mounts. Dimensions: 58"H x 28.5"W x 13"D.View additional info
Description: STURM RUGER SINGLE SIX CONVERTIBLE SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER, 22 magnum and 22 lr cylinders, 6 1/2" barrel, blued finish, walnut grips with Sturm Ruger bird logo, both cylinders are six shot fluted type, original box, serial number 20-14490, manufactured 1969. Lot requires FFL or background check.View additional info
Description: ANTIQUE PERCUSSION MUZZLE LOADING RIFLE, approximately 36 caliber, 34" octagonal barrel marked "J. Forker Mercer PA", lock marked "Whitmore & Wolff Pittsburge", full length stock with brass furniture, double set triggers, open sights, ramrod stores under barrel, no serial number manufactured mid 19th century. No FFL or background check required.View additional info
Description: SNOWY WHITE OWL FEATHER CAPE, HAT AND MUFF with brown silk trim and beaded affectation.View additional info
Description: HAND KNOTTED ORIENTAL CARPET, Indo-Persian, leaf and vine decoration on dark purple ground, 6'0" x 7'10". Original retail purchase price, Parker Furniture Co., Beaverton, Oregon - $2,900.View additional info
Description: GERMAN WORLD WAR TWO NARVIK SHIELD, army gray background, silver color shield, dimensions 3 1/2" by 1 5/8".View additional info
Description: HAL SUTHERLAND OIL ON BOARD (Washington, born 1929) "Drifter" depicting a cowboy and horse at sunset. Image measures 6" x 30", signed "Hal Sutherland" lower right, signed again and titled verso. In a wood frame.
Condition Report: 22: The painting is in good overall condition with a few very small spots of soiling to the upper right.View additional info
Description: BYRON BIRDSALL WATERCOLOR ON PAPER (Alaska, Born 1937) Landscape at dusk. Image measures 13.5" x 9.5", signed "Byron Birdsall" and dated 1985. In a silvered wood frame.View additional info
Description: TWO BISQUE SOCKET HEAD DOLLS: German Heinrich Handwerck/Simon & Halbig with brown wig, blue fixed eyes, open mouth with teeth, and painted features, jointed wood and composition body, nicely dressed, 22.5"H; and a Japanese Morimura Bros., #7, having long brown ringlets wig, brown fixed eyes, open mouth with teeth, wood and composition body, nicely dressed, 24"H.View additional info
Description: POMO UTILITY BASKET, Pomo Native American, Northern California, early 20th century, featuring four geometric bands. Diameter - 21.25 inches.View additional info
Description: WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN NAZI ARMY DAGGER, 10" double sided blade, honey color celluloid grip, oak leaf pattern pommel, guard has eagle clutching swastika, blade marked "F.W.Holler solingen" with logo inside oval. includes matching two hanger metal sheath.View additional info
Description: AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BOWL, by The Randahl Shop, #46. Diameter 8.5 inches. Weight 7.9 troy ozs.View additional info
Description: MAN'S FOURTEEN KARAT GOLD CHAIN BRACELET, repeating circular gold links with ring clasp, 8" length, 26.7 grams.View additional info
Description: DIAMOND AND EIGHTEEN KARAT WHITE GOLD RING, set with nine round-cut champagne colored diamonds together weighing approximately 0.31 cttw.View additional info
Description: DIAMOND AND FOURTEEN KARAT GOLD BROOCH. The yellow and blackened gold floral brooch is set with round-cut champagne and white diamonds. Brooch length: 2-3/16 inches.View additional info
Description: WESTERN UNION TABLE LAMP, made by Viking Products Corporation, 442 West 42nd Street, New York, for Western Union Telegraph, c. 1928, having a triangular patinated metal shade with two sides featuring glass inset WESTERN UNION letters, the shade centered over an original brass table standard. Dimensions: 25.25"H x 19.75"W.
Condition Report: 31: The lamp is working and is in good overall condition with light to moderate wear from age and use. The metal has a few dings, scratches and discolorations. The two glass inserts each have a chip, not visible from the exterior.View additional info and full condition report
Description: THREE JAPANESE EXPORT SILVER HOLLOWWARE PIECES, a hammered coffee pot, wood handle and finial, 5"H; together with the hammered cream and sugar set. Total gross weight 10.6 troy ozs.View additional info
Description: FOUR ENAMELED MEDALS, German world war two bronze mothers cross third class plus small medium and large size Italian "order of the crown" medals with red hanger ribbons.View additional info
Description: PERSIAN KERMAN CARPET, Kerman Province, south central Iran, hand knotted in a floral and central floral medallion design on dark blue ground, 5'0" x 7'7".View additional info
Description: VICTORIAN WALNUT SHAVING STAND, American, 19th century, having a small tilt shaving mirror over square top pedestal stand, the spiral-turned support column rising from four pierced scrollwork legs. Height 64 inches.View additional info
Description: FRAMED BUTTON COLLECTION consisting of metal, mother of pearl, marcasite, glass and Canadian Military (RCAF).View additional info
Description: JEFFREY CRAVEN WATERCOLOR AND GOUACHE ON PAPER (Idaho, born 1950) Titled "Last Light," depicting a Native American woman walking back to camp with a bundle of sticks. Image measures 9.5" x 6.5", signed and titled lower left. In a wood frame.View additional info
Description: JOSEPH M. STAHLEY OIL ON CANVAS (California, 1894-1969) Titled "Cabin in Foothills." Image measures 22" x 28", signed "Joe Stahley" lower right, with short bio on verso. In a wood frame.View additional info
Description: TEN ORIENTAL SNUFF BOTTLES made of metal, earthenware and porcelain materials. Heights from 2 to 3.5 inches.
Condition Report: 039: Snuff bottles are in good overall condition with minimal wear and no visible chips or repairs on any except the moon shaped bottle where the enamel has been chipped on the shoulder.View additional info and full condition report
Description: LATE VICTORIAN OAK DOUBLE-DOOR WARDROBE, American, c. 1895, having two long panel doors over two aligned drawers across the base. Dimensions: 83"H x 50.5"W x 19.5"D.View additional info
Description: DIAMOND AND FOURTEEN KARAT GOLD CLUSTER RING. The yellow and white gold ring with 24 round-cut diamonds channel set below a raised cluster of 19 round-cut diamonds. Total combined estimated weight for all 43 diamonds: 1.24 cttw.View additional info
Description: DIAMOND AND FOURTEEN KARAT GOLD BRACELET, measuring 7-1/8 inches in length and set with 100 round-cut diamonds together weighing approximately 3.00 cttw.
Condition Report: 042: The bracelet is in good condition with no breaks, losses or repairs. The diamonds have noticeable dark inclusions. The diamonds are light brown in color.View additional info and full condition report
Description: MAN'S DIAMOND AND FOURTEEN KARAT GOLD RING, set with 18 round-cut diamonds together weighing approximately 0.72 cttw.View additional info
Description: WINCHESTER MODEL 61 SLIDE ACTION RIFLE, 22 s,l or lr caliber, 24" barrel, blued finish, walnut stock and forend, tube magazine, metal butt plate, takedown action, open sights, serial #258278, manufactured 1959. Lot requires FFL or background check.View additional info
Description: TWO ARMAND MARSEILLE BISQUE SOCKET HEAD DOLLS: #390, with dark brown curly wig, fixed brown glass eyes, and open mouth with teeth, on ball jointed wood and composition body, 23"H; and #370, having brown curly wig, fixed brown glass eyes, hair eyebrows, and open mouth with teeth, on kid body with bisque forearms, 24.5"H.View additional info
Description: HAND KNOTTED ORIENTAL RUNNER, Pakistani-Persian, overall foliate design on black ground, 2'6" x 12'4". SEE MATCHING CARPET LOT THAT FOLLOWS.View additional info
Description: HAND KNOTTED ORIENTAL CARPET, Pakistani-Persian, overall foliate design on black ground, 5'1" X 7'10". FOR MATCHING RUNNER, SEE PREVIOUS LOT.View additional info
Description: COLLECTIBLE REFERENCE BOOK: "Portrait and Biographical Record of Portland and Vicinity, Oregon," containing sketches of well-known citizens of the past and present. Illustrated. Chapman Publishing Co., Chicago, 1903. In gilt stamped brown calf cover, gilt edged. 11 1/2 in. by 9 1/2 in.View additional info
Description: CHINESE CLOISONNE VASE having copper cloisons and an allover floral and geometric motif. Height 13.5 inches (not including wood carved base).
Condition Report: 049: Vase is in good overall condition with minimal wear and has no visible chips or repairs.View additional info
Description: A COLLECTION OF TEN U.S. SILVER MORGAN DOLLARS: 1879-S (2), 1880-S, 1881-P, 1883-S, 1889-O, 1890-S, 1897-S, 1900-O and 1921-P.View additional info