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Louis-Ernest BARRIAS (1841-1905) Jardinière en bronze doré

Lot 1: Louis-Ernest BARRIAS (1841-1905) Jardinière en bronze doré

by Tajan

March 6, 2015, 3:00 PM CET

Paris, France

Estimated Price: €500 - €800

Description: Louis-Ernest BARRIAS (1841-1905) Jardinière en bronze doré, le corps ovoïde aplati est orné sur l'épaulement d'une figure allégorique s'adressant à des tritons. Piétement quadripode à pattes de lion alternées de palmettes. Signature incisée "E.Barrias".

Condition Report: Couvercle absent. Missing cover.

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Phoenician marble sculpture of BA'AL HAMMON & TANIT

Lot 2: Phoenician marble sculpture of BA'AL HAMMON & TANIT

by Eternity Gallery

March 8, 2015, 2:00 PM EST

Tampa, FL, USA

Estimated Price: $50,000 - $100,000

Description: Certified Genuine Phoenician carved marble sculpture of BA'AL HAMMON & TANIT: 400-500 BC Figure of Phoenician god Tanit and Ba'al Hammon, chief god of Carthage. Measures: 7'' h. x 2 1/2 x 1 3/8 inches; Weight: lb. 3oz. = 1000 g = 1 kg; Age: 400-500 BC; References: Baal-hamon. Ba'al-Hamon ("Ruler of a Crowd or Multitude") was the chief god of Carthage. He was a deity of sky and vegetation, depicted as a bearded older man with curling ram's horns.[1] Baal Hammon's female cult partner was Tanit. Cult and attributes: The worship of Baal Hammon flourished in the Phoenician colony of Carthage. His supremacy among the Carthaginian gods is believed to date to the 5th century BC, after relations between Carthage and Tyre were broken off at the time of the Punic defeat in Himera. Modern scholars identify him variously with the Northwest Semitic god El or with Dagon. In Carthage and North Africa Baal Hammon was especially associated with the ram and was worshiped also as Baal Qarnaim ("Lord of Two Horns") in an open-air sanctuary at Jebel Bu Kornein ("the two-horned hill") across the bay from Carthage. He was probably never identified with Baal Melqart, although one finds this equation in older scholarship. Ancient Greek writers identified him with the Titan Cronus. In ancient Rome, he was identified with Saturn, and the cultural exchange between Rome and Carthage as a result of the Second Punic War may have influenced the development of the Roman religious festival Saturnalia.[5] Greco-Roman sources report that the Carthaginians burned their children as offerings to Baal Hammon. (See Moloch for a discussion of these traditions and conflicting thoughts on the matter.) Attributes of his Romanized form as an African Saturn indicate that Hammon was a fertility god. Name and functions: The meaning of Hammon or Hamon is unclear. In the 19th century when Ernest Renan excavated the ruins of Hammon (ammon), the modern Umm al-Awamid between Tyre and Acre, he found two Phoenician inscriptions dedicated to El-Hammon. Since El was normally identified with Cronus and Baal Hammon was also identified with Cronus, it seemed possible they could be equated. More often a connection with Hebrew/Phoenician ammn 'brazier' has been proposed, in the sense of "Baal (lord) of the brazier". He has been therefore identified with a solar deity. Yigael Yadin thought him to be a moon god. Edward Lipinski identifies him with the god Dagon. Frank Moore Cross argued for a connection to Khamn, the Ugaritic and Akkadian name for Mount Amanus, the great mountain separating Syria from Cilicia based on the occurrence of an Ugaritic description of El as the one of the Mountain Haman. Tanit: Tanit was a Phoenician lunar goddess, worshiped as the patron goddess at Carthage and Numidia.[2] Tanit might have an origin from Berber mythology in North Africa. Worship: Tanit was worshiped in Punic contexts in the Western Mediterranean, from Malta to Gades into Hellenistic times. From the fifth century BCE onwards Tanit's worship is associated with that of Ba`al Hammon. She is given the epithet pene baal ("face of Baal") and the title rabat, the female form of rab (chief). In North Africa, where the inscriptions and material remains are more plentiful, she was, as well as a consort of Baal Hammon, a heavenly goddess of war, a virginal (not married) mother goddess and nurse, and, less specifically, a symbol of fertility, as are most female forms. Several of the major Greek goddesses were identified with Tanit by the syncretic interpretatio graeca, which recognized as Greek deities in foreign guise the gods of most of the surrounding non-Hellene cultures. Her shrine excavated at Sarepta in southern Phoenicia revealed an inscription that identified her for the first time in her homeland and related her securely to the Phoenician goddess Astarte (Ishtar).[4] One site where Tanit is uncovered is at Kerkouane, in the Cap Bon peninsula in Tunisia. The origins of Tanit are to be found in the pantheon of Ugarit, especially in the Ugaritic goddess Anat (Hvidberg-Hansen 1982), a consumer of blood and flesh. There is significant, albeit disputed, evidence, both archaeological and within ancient written sources, pointing towards child sacrifice forming part of the worship of Tanit and Baal Hammon.[5] Tanit is also a goddess among the ancient Berber people. Her symbol, found on many ancient stone carvings, appears as a trapezium (trapezoid) closed by a horizontal line at the top and surmounted in the middle by a circle: the horizontal arm is often terminated either by two short upright lines at right angles to it or by hooks. Later, the trapezium is frequently replaced by an isosceles triangle. The symbol is interpreted by Hvidberg-Hansen as a woman raising her hands. In Egyptian, her name means Land of Neith, Neith being a war goddess. Long after the fall of Carthage, Tanit was still venerated in North Africa under the Latin name of Juno Caelestis, for her identification with the Roman goddess Juno.[6] Hvidberg-Hansen (Danish professor of Semitic philology), notes that Tanit is sometimes depicted with a lion's head, showing her warrior quality.[7] In modern times the name, with the spelling "Tanith", has been used as a female given name, both for real people and, more frequently, in occult fiction. Condition: Excellent; normal aging wear of the marble; Low Estimate: 50000; High Estimate: 10000; Orignal: Yes; Circa: 450 BC;

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Lot of Vintage Watches & Jewelry

Lot 4: Lot of Vintage Watches & Jewelry

by Gulfcoast Coin and Jewelry

March 14, 2015, 12:00 PM EST

Bonita Springs, FL, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $300

Description: Lot of vintage pocket watches and jewelry with Knickerbacker, Waltham, Elgin, Ernest Duval, fobs, cufflinks and more.

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ERNEST BUCKMASTER (1897-1968)

Lot 4: ERNEST BUCKMASTER (1897-1968)

by Leonard Joel

March 24, 2015, 6:30 PM AEDT

Melbourne, Australia

Estimated Price: AUD2,500 - AUD3,500

Description: ERNEST BUCKMASTER (1897-1968) Beach Scene oil on canvas PROVENANCE: Private collection, Melbourne signed lower right: E. Buckmaster 56.5 x 82cm

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Large collection of 20th century autographs , mainly actors, aristocrats

Lot 14: Large collection of 20th century autographs , mainly actors, aristocrats

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

March 20, 2015, 2:00 PM GMT

London, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £300 - £500

Description: Large collection of 20th century autographs , mainly actors, aristocrats, sportsmen and politicians; including Robert Baden-Powell, Nellie Wallace, Lili D'Alvarez, Ralph Lynn, Joan Shannon, Josephine Travers, Flanagan and Allen (two signed photographs), Ann Harding, Alban Wright Administrator of St. Lucia, Sir H.B. Popham Governor of the Windward Islands, Israeli statesman Chaim Weizmann, Herbert Peebles Administrator of St Vincent, Australian footballer Norman McIntosh, Jack Hobbs, several Australian cricketers (on a souvenir brochure of 1938 Australian XI English Tour), the 21st Earl of Shrewsbury, Walter 1st Viscount Runciman, William Pigott-Brown, Ernest Bevin (on luncheon menu), Arthur Quiller-Couch, G.B. Stern, Khaki Roberts (on Christmas card), Vernon Bishop of Leicester, Ernie Davey, Deborah Duchess of Devonshire.

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Ernest CHAPLET (1835-1909) & ALBERT DAMMOUSE (1848-1926) et HAVILAND et Cie Pichet balustre en grès brun, Paris, rue Blomet, 1883-18...

Lot 17: Ernest CHAPLET (1835-1909) & ALBERT DAMMOUSE (1848-1926) et HAVILAND et Cie Pichet balustre en grès brun, Paris, rue Blomet, 1883-18...

by Tajan

March 18, 2015, 6:00 PM CET

Paris, France

Estimated Price: €800 - €1,200

Description: Ernest CHAPLET (1835-1909) & ALBERT DAMMOUSE (1848-1926) et HAVILAND et Cie Pichet balustre en grès brun, Paris, rue Blomet, 1883-1884, muni d'une prise végétale à ressauts, décor incisé de fleurettes, émaux jaune-vert et bleu canard sur fond engobé brun, rehauts d'or. Signature d'un cachet au rosaire centré de "H & C°" et cachet "26" et "R.B.3.J.". (Un léger fêle au col). Haut. 24,5 cm A brown stoneware pitcher with incised florets decoration, yellow-green enamels on a brown background and gold highlights. Signed with the stamp "H & C°", "26" and "R.B.3.J". (A tiny crack on the neck). Height. 9 5/8 in.

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Ernest CHAPLET (1835-1909) & HAVILAND et Cie Vase balustre en grès brun, ouverture à ressauts, décor incisé de branches en fleurs al...

Lot 18: Ernest CHAPLET (1835-1909) & HAVILAND et Cie Vase balustre en grès brun, ouverture à ressauts, décor incisé de branches en fleurs al...

by Tajan

March 18, 2015, 6:00 PM CET

Paris, France

Estimated Price: €800 - €1,200

Description: Ernest CHAPLET (1835-1909) & HAVILAND et Cie Vase balustre en grès brun, ouverture à ressauts, décor incisé de branches en fleurs alternés de fleurs en bas-relief, émaux jaune-vert, bleu canard, brun et noir sur fond engobé terre, rehauts d'or. Signature d'un cachet au rosaire centré de "H & C°" et "R.B.3.J." incisé. Haut. 29,5 cm A brown stoneware vase decorated with branches and flowers, yellow-green, blue, brown and black enamels with gold highlights. Signed with the incised artist's monogram "H & C°" and "R.B.3.J." Height. 11 5/8 in.

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ERNEST CHAPLET (1835-1909) & & HAVILAND & Cie Grand vase ovoïde en grès, à décor incisé d'une frise principale animée d'un paysan à ...

Lot 20: ERNEST CHAPLET (1835-1909) & & HAVILAND & Cie Grand vase ovoïde en grès, à décor incisé d'une frise principale animée d'un paysan à ...

by Tajan

March 18, 2015, 6:00 PM CET

Paris, France

Estimated Price: €2,000 - €3,000

Description: ERNEST CHAPLET (1835-1909) & & HAVILAND & Cie Grand vase ovoïde en grès, à décor incisé d'une frise principale animée d'un paysan à la faucille au repos sur fond de végétation et d'un village. Émaux verts, rouges et noirs sur fond terre brun rougeâtre, décor d'une frise géométrique supérieure, émaux jaune orangé. Signature de cachets en creux "H & Cie" et "R.B.3.J.". Haut. 39,5 cm A stoneware ovoid vase decorated with a resting farmer and its sickle on a vegetal background and its village, green, red and black enamels on a brown background. Stamped "H & Cie" and "R.B.3.J.". Height. 15 1/2 in.

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Ernest Borgnine Autographed Photograph

Lot 23: Ernest Borgnine Autographed Photograph

by Rock Legends LTD

March 21, 2015, 12:00 PM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $400

Description: ERNEST BORGNINE (American Actor) Autographed Publicity Photograph. Signed by Ernest Borgnine in Blue Felt Tip Pen.

Condition Report: Excellent Condition

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John Weiss - Old Friend By The Sea

Lot 35W: John Weiss - Old Friend By The Sea

by Artistic Holdings Company

March 21, 2015, 2:00 PM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $240 - $310

Description: John Weiss - Old Friend By The Sea - Hand Signed - Canvas - Edition Image Size: 11"w X 9"h. Limited Edition Of: 75 - The Title Is A Play On The Hemingway Novel "old Man And The Sea." This Old Fella Is Waiting For His Master And Maybe, Just Maybe, The Water Will Be Warm Enough For His Old Bones To Take A Dip Today.

Condition Report: New Excellent

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Collections of Books on Richard Wagner

Lot 36: Collections of Books on Richard Wagner

by Link Auction Galleries

March 14, 2015, 10:00 AM CST

St. Louis, MO, USA

Estimated Price: $175 - $200

Description: Collections of Books on Richard Wagner 21 books in total, including the highlights: Three volume hardbound box-set including the following, Richard Wagner, The Man, His Mind, and His Music, by Robert Gutman, New York: Time, 1972 ; The Perfect Wagnerite, by Bernard Shaw, New York: Time, 1972 ; Ring Resounding, by John Culshaw, New York: Time, 1972 Two volume set entitled: My Life, by Richard Wagner, New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1911 ; The Ring of the Nibelung, Wagner's Epic Drama Illustrated by Ul de Rico, London: Thames and Hudson, 1980 ; Four volume set entitled The Life of Richard Wagner, by Ernest Newman, London: Cassell, 1933 Richard Wagner, The Stage Designes and Productions from the Premieres, to the Present, by Oswald Georg Bauer, New York: Rizzoli, 1983

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Ernest F. Meyer

Lot 41: Ernest F. Meyer "Figures, House, Lake" O/B

by Woodbury Auction LLC

March 8, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Woodbury, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $500

Description: Ernest F. Meyer (1863-1952) "Figures, House, Lake" oil on board, signed lower right . Sight size: 8 7/8" high, 7" wide. Frame size: 15 1/2" high, 11 3/4" wide.

Condition Report: Condition information is not included in auction item descriptions. The absence of condition information does not mean that the item is in good condition or is free from defects, damage, or the effects of use or aging. Any condition information which may be included is for information purposes only and may not be relied upon as the equivalent of a formal Condition Report. Condition Reports must be requested in writing (condition@woodburyauction.com) more than 24 hours before the sale, and will be provided by us in writing.

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Signed Vintage Photo Lithograph

Lot 44: Signed Vintage Photo Lithograph

by Miami Auction Gallery

March 19, 2015, 7:30 PM EST

Miami, FL, USA

Estimated Price: $50 - $100

Description: Signed Ernest W. Brown, "Hampton Village", Frame Measure 11.75" x 15.75"

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A German Violin Attributed to E.H ROTH, 1969

Lot 46: A German Violin Attributed to E.H ROTH, 1969

by Link Auction Galleries

March 14, 2015, 10:00 AM CST

St. Louis, MO, USA

Estimated Price: $1,800 - $2,500

Description: A German Violin Attributed to E.H ROTH, 1969 Bearing the label, "Ernest Heinrich Roth, Bubeureuth - Erlangen, 1969, Made in West Germany, Reproduction of Antonius Stradivarius, Cremona, 1700." Varnish a golden copper brown. Length of Back 35.2

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ERNEST TROVA (1927-2009).

Lot 49: ERNEST TROVA (1927-2009). "WALKING JACKMAN MAQUETTE", STUDY FOR FALLING MAN. APPROXIMATELY 11 X 11 X 11", STAMPED AND DATED #83/99, 1986. CHROME PLATED STEEL.

by Wilton Theatre Auction Gallery

March 24, 2015, 6:30 PM EST

Wilton Manors, FL, USA

Estimated Price: $3,000 - $6,000

Description: ERNEST TROVA (1927-2009). "WALKING JACKMAN MAQUETTE", STUDY FOR FALLING MAN. APPROXIMATELY 11 X 11 X 11", STAMPED AND DATED #83/99, 1986. CHROME PLATED STEEL.

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ERNEST TROVA (1927-2009). PROFILE CANTO #83, 1987, cold rolled steel painted grey with 6 inch nickel plated bronze figure, 36/99, numbered and dated. Approximately 14 x 11 x 6 1/2 inches

Lot 49A: ERNEST TROVA (1927-2009). PROFILE CANTO #83, 1987, cold rolled steel painted grey with 6 inch nickel plated bronze figure, 36/99, numbered and dated. Approximately 14 x 11 x 6 1/2 inches

by Wilton Theatre Auction Gallery

March 24, 2015, 6:30 PM EST

Wilton Manors, FL, USA

Estimated Price: $1,500 - $3,000

Description: ERNEST TROVA (1927-2009). PROFILE CANTO #83, 1987, cold rolled steel painted grey with 6 inch nickel plated bronze figure, 36/99, numbered and dated. Approximately 14 x 11 x 6 1/2 inches

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ERNEST TROVA (1927-2009). PROFILE CANTO IV MAQUETTE, STUDY FOR FALLING MAN. COLD ROLLED STEEL, NICKEL PLATED BRONZE. APPROXIMATELY 13 X 13 X 9

Lot 49B: ERNEST TROVA (1927-2009). PROFILE CANTO IV MAQUETTE, STUDY FOR FALLING MAN. COLD ROLLED STEEL, NICKEL PLATED BRONZE. APPROXIMATELY 13 X 13 X 9", STAMPED AND DATED #50/99, 1987

by Wilton Theatre Auction Gallery

March 24, 2015, 6:30 PM EST

Wilton Manors, FL, USA

Estimated Price: $1,500 - $3,000

Description: ERNEST TROVA (1927-2009). PROFILE CANTO IV MAQUETTE, STUDY FOR FALLING MAN. COLD ROLLED STEEL, NICKEL PLATED BRONZE. APPROXIMATELY 13 X 13 X 9", STAMPED AND DATED #50/99, 1987

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Ernest Henri Griset(1844-1907)  2 Pen and ink and watercolour drawings,    ' Railway Liphook to Portsmouth ' and

Lot 56: Ernest Henri Griset(1844-1907) 2 Pen and ink and watercolour drawings, ' Railway Liphook to Portsmouth ' and

by Dickins Auctioneers

March 6, 2015, 2:00 PM GMT

Middle Claydon, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £50 - £80

Description: Ernest Henri Griset(1844-1907) 2 Pen and ink and watercolour drawings, ' Railway Liphook to Portsmouth ' and another, The largest 11 3/4 x 8 3/4" Please Note - we do not make reference to the condition of lots within catalogue descriptions. We are however happy to provide additional information regarding the condition of items on request.

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A Germanic iron framed weight-driven rack striking chamber clock with trip...

Lot 59: A Germanic iron framed weight-driven rack striking chamber clock with trip...

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

March 17, 2015, 1:00 PM GMT

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £450 - £550

Description: A Germanic iron framed weight-driven rack striking chamber clock with trip hour-repeat Unsigned, second half of the 18th century The posted movement with substantial square section uprights and two-tier top plate enclosing verge escapement regulated by front swinging short bob pendulum, the strike train with large diameter snail fitted to the hour pipe and rack placed at the rear gathered by a pawl fitted to the second wheel arbor and sounding on a bell mounted on the top plate, the 7.5 inch square painted iron dial plate with circular cream Roman numeral centre and scroll pierced brass hands within Arabic five minute outer track and plain green painted spandrel areas beneath symmetrical foliate scroll strapwork pierced fret, the sides with iron-red painted doors, the rear with conforming fixed panel fitted with pull-repeat ring, hanging hoop and spurs, on threaded iron feet, 30.5cm (12ins) high. The current lot is reminiscent of an early Dutch 'Twentse Stoelklok' movement and dial (see Edwards, Ernest L. WEIGHT DRIVEN DUTCH CLOCKS & THEIR JAPANESE CONNECTIONS page 89) however its heavy iron frame, front swinging pendulum, pierced iron crest and configuration as a 'hook and spike' wall clock would suggest Germanic origins. The provision of rack striking is a rare feature which is configured in a similar manner as seen on some English thirty hour posted longcase clock movements (see Darken, Jeff and Hooper, John English 30 Hour Clocks pages 150-152 for an example by William Townly of Bourton which uses a similar system) which was clearly intended to allow the clock to repeat the last hour at will - hence the provision of a hoop lever for a pull cord at the rear. IMPORTANT NOTES REGARDING THE CATALOGUING OF CLOCKS: Movements, dials and cases: movements and dials are described as relating to the cases in which they are housed in one of the following three ways: the case.... we are of the opinion that the movement and dial started life in the current case. in a case... we are of the opinion that the movement and dial are in a case of correct period and type (and may well be original to the movement and dial), however there is evidence to suggest that they may not have started out life together. now in a case... we are of the opinion that the movement and dial are no longer in the original case as it is not of correct period and/or type. Pendulums, weights, winding and case keys: unless specifically indicated otherwise in the catalogue description it can be assumed that all clocks with cases are sold with the requisite pendulum and correct number of weights (where appropriate), however we cannot guarantee that they are original to the clock. This excludes lantern clocks or loose movements which are more often than not offered without pendulums or weights. We do not indicate in the catalogue description whether winding or case keys are present with any specific clock. As many clocks are consigned without keys please check with the department to establish whether they are present or not prior to bidding. Condition: due to the mechanical nature of clocks and the fact that most are of great age we cannot offer any guarantee as to whether they are in working order or free from major faults or restoration. Although we endeavour to catalogue items in a fair and informed manner, omission of any comments or observations regarding the condition or originality of a clock in the description does not necessarily indicate that it is free from significant faults, restoration or is in working condition. We would strongly advise any prospective purchaser to view the item in person or request a condition report and/or further images prior to bidding. Measurements: dial measurements are given in inches, other dimensions such as height are given in centimetres and inches. The measurement given for the height of a longcase clock excludes any removable finials in order to provide an approximate minimum ceiling height in which the clock can be accommodated.

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BERT GEER PHILLIPS (1868-1956): RED HOUSE IN THE GARDEN

Lot 60: BERT GEER PHILLIPS (1868-1956): RED HOUSE IN THE GARDEN

by Stair Galleries

March 14, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Hudson, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: BERT GEER PHILLIPS (1868-1956): RED HOUSE IN THE GARDEN Oil on canvas, signed 'Bert Phillips' lower left. 14 x 18 in., 18 1/2 x 22 1/2 in. (frame). Note: Hudson, New York-born painter Bert Geer Phillips studied painting at the Art Students League in New York City and the Julian Academy in Paris where he met fellow artist Ernest Blumenschein. In 1889, Phillips and Blumenschein planned a trip together from Colorado to Mexico. On the way, however, their wagon lost a wheel outside of Taos, New Mexico and the two artists were so enamored of the New Mexico landscape that they travelled no further. Phillips stayed in Taos and founded what is now known as the Taos Society of Artists. He is best known for his paintings of the people of the New Mexico pueblos.

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Ernest Rancoulet Large Figural Newell Lamp

Lot 73: Ernest Rancoulet Large Figural Newell Lamp

by Fontaine's Auction Gallery

March 28, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Pittsfield, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $1,200 - $1,500

Description: Standing spelter figure of a nude man with a cloth around his waist, he holds a piece of cloth over the head of the woman standing to his right, she wears a dress and holds a staff in her right hand; branches flower up behind them with leaves and stems, 5 of the flowers contain single light sockets with beaded shades representing colorful flower petals. Stands on a faux marble painted base with brass plaque reading "Le Genie Humain, Devoile La Nature, Qui lui explique ses mysteres - Rancoulet"; has an excellent original 2 tone brown finish which has been protected by a lacquered overcoat, man's left pinky finger is repaired. 49 in. overall height, sculpture only measures 29.5 in. high.

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Ernest Columba Hayes RHA (1914-1978) PORTRAIT OF A SMARTLY ATTIRED GENTLEMAN

Lot 74: Ernest Columba Hayes RHA (1914-1978) PORTRAIT OF A SMARTLY ATTIRED GENTLEMAN

by Whyte's

March 11, 2015, 6:00 PM GMT

Dublin, Ireland

Estimated Price: €600 - €800

Description: Ernest Columba Hayes RHA (1914-1978) PORTRAIT OF A SMARTLY ATTIRED GENTLEMAN oil on canvas; (unstretched) signed upper right h:20  w:15 in. Provenance: Estate of Hildegard Hayes, the artist's wife; Whyte's, 9 December 2012, ex lot 159; Whence purchased by the present owner A Dublin born artist, Hayes was a student at the Dublin Metropolitan School of Art in the years 1931 to 1934, where he studied under Seán Keating and had his first painting accepted by the Royal Hibernian Academy while still a student there. He went on to regularly show at the RHA for the rest of his life. He joined the Dublin Sketching Club in 1935 later becoming the clubs secretary. He had his first one-man show at the Victor Waddington Galleries, Dublin in 1937. In 1942 he was elected Associte of the RHA and three years later in 1945 became a full member. That same year he married Irma Verona Maguire (née Stranger-Jones) a pianist and divorcée in London. From 1946 to 1956 he was President of the Dublin Sketching Club after this period he relocated to London an in 1958 he completed a large portrait of the Duchess of Gloucester, now in St Botolph's Hall, which was exhibited in the Royal Society of Portrait Painters' Exhibition at the Royal Institute Galleries. Irma died in Dublin in 1959 after battling with cancer. Later that year Hayes met Hildegard von Hob in Gelting, Germany whom he married in 1960. From this point until 1977 he travelled extensively throughout Europe working in Italy, France and Germany.A year after his death the RHA commemorated Hayes in a memorial section. Thirteen years later, in 1992 a memorial exhibition was held at the Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art some examples from this exhibition are included in this collection. Hayes made his home in County Wicklow from the mid-1960s.Anne Crookshank highlighted his love of the land in the exhibition catalogue for Hayes' 1992 Hugh Lane exhibition, 'We can be proud with Ernest Hayes of our lovely East coast as well as of the West which so many of his contemporaries preferred. He is a painter of everyday people and everyday places but he see them and makes us see them as poetry.'

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Fragmentary faience tiles from ancient Memphis

Lot 75: Fragmentary faience tiles from ancient Memphis

by Ancient Resource LLC

March 8, 2015, 11:00 AM PST

Montrose, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $600

Description: A large lot of fragmentary faience tiles from ancient Memphis, most with remains of turquoise blue glaze. The original paper collection envelope dated 1913 claims the fragments origin coming 'from the halls of Ancient Memphis, Egypt'. Ex-Ernest Freemark collection formed 1913-1915; ex-R. Knickerbocker family collection, NY.

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ERNEST WANTE (1872-1960)   Phryné.   Bronze doré sur socle en marbre veiné.

Lot 79: ERNEST WANTE (1872-1960) Phryné. Bronze doré sur socle en marbre veiné.

by Leclere - Maison de ventes

March 6, 2015, 2:30 PM CET

Marseille, France

Estimated Price: €1,000 - €1,500

Description: ERNEST WANTE (1872-1960) Phryné. Bronze doré sur socle en marbre veiné. Signé et titré. H. : 26,5 cm.

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An important Charles II small walnut eight-day longcase clock previously in...

Lot 86: An important Charles II small walnut eight-day longcase clock previously in...

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

March 17, 2015, 1:00 PM GMT

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £40,000 - £60,000

Description: An important Charles II small walnut eight-day longcase clock previously in the Iden collection Joseph Knibb, London, circa 1675 The six knopped, finned and latched pillar movement with tall rectangular plates measuring approximately 7.5 by 5.5 inches, the going train with anchor escapement regulated by two-piece seconds pendulum with brass lenticular bob and butterfly-nut regulation to the single-footed suspension block over separately cocked escapement pallet arbor and with pallet-shaped aperture to backplate, the strike train with external crossed-out countwheel and sounding on a 'pork pie' shaped bell mounted above the plates, the 9.5 inch square latched brass dial with winding holes and calendar aperture to the lower edge of the finely matted centre within applied 1.5 inch wide silvered Roman numeral chapter ring with squat fleur-de-lys half hour markers and Arabic five minutes within the narrow outer track, the angles applied with winged cherub head spandrels within a line scribed border interrupted with engraved signature Iofeph Knibb Londini fecit to lower margin, the movement and dial resting on full-depth oak seatboard and secured to the backboard via a bracket to the upper right hand corner of the backplate, the case veneered with walnut and applied with crossgrain mouldings onto a carcass of oak with rising hood surmounted by original carved swan-neck crest centred with a scallop shell flanked by rosettes issuing floral swags, over moulded cornice, plain lintel and twist turned three-quarter columns flanking the glazed dial aperture, the sides with rectangular windows and conforming twist-turned quarter columns applied against bargeboards to rear, the trunk with convex throat moulding over 40 inch quarter-veneered rectangular door applied with half-round moulded border and fitted with original high position iron lock, the interior with early pattern iron hinges and spoon locking mechanism for the hood, the sides veneered with grain running horizontally within crossbanded borders, on crossbanded plinth base with compressed bun feet (the plinth base rebuilt around the original side uprights), 193cm (76ins) high excluding ball finial, 199cm (78.5ins) high overall. Provenance: Purchased in Oxfordshire 1919 by Richard Arnold Esq. before passing into the collection of Walter Iden (inventory number 1913) by the late 1930's, from whom it was directly acquired by Neville Rollason shortly after the War. From before 1949 until 1963 the clock resided at Peplow Hall near Hodnet, Shropshire before being purchased by the present owner for a hammer price of £1,700 (underbid by Ronald Lee) at the on-site sale of the contents dispersed after the death of Neville Rollason in June 1963. Literature: Extensively illustrated (including a rear view of the movement complete with pendulum assembly) in Cescinsky, Herbert and Gribble, Ernest R. EARLY ENGLISH FURNITURE AND WOODWORK (1922) pages 300-1, Figs. 410-14 and discussed on pages 307-8. Illustrated in Cescinsky, Herbert THE OLD ENGLISH MASTER CLOCKMAKERS AND THEIR CLOCKS 1670-1820 pages 68-9, Figs 96-7 with an enlarged detail of the crest on page 46, Fig. 96. Illustrated in Dawson, Percy G., Drover, C.B. and Parkes D.W. Early English Clocks page 248, Plate 332 (detail of crest only). Illustrated and described in Dwason, Percy G. THE IDEN CLOCK COLLECTION pages 144-5 where Dawson notes that the current lot is the earliest example by Knibb in the collection. Joseph Knibb was born the fifth son of Thomas Knibb of Claydon, Oxfordshire in 1640. He is generally thought to have been apprenticed in around 1655 to his cousin Samuel Knibb in Newport Pagnell, before moving to Oxford circa 1662 (the same year that Samuel moved to London). Joseph initially struggled to trade in Oxford due to restrictions placed by the City authorities which were only relaxed on payment of a fine in 1668. It was about at this time that Joseph Knibb would have issued his copper trade tokens (an example of which was sold in these rooms 10th February 2009, lot 104 for £1,600 hammer) as well looking to undertake work to convert the turret clocks of St. Mary the Virgin and Wadham College to anchor escapement with long pendulum. In 1670 Joseph moved to London handing over the Oxford business to his younger brother, John. The reason for this move was probably to administer the estate of Samuel who is thought to have died by the summer of 1671. Joseph Knibb presumably took on Samuel's former workshop as by 1675 he was recorded as working from 'The Dyal' near Sargeants Inn in Fleet Street. By 1693 he had moved to 'The Clock Dyal' Suffolk Street, near Charing Cross. As Joseph became established in London his work became more individual/distinctive, often demonstrating an inventive and refined approach both in the detailing and specification of the movements and choice of case design. He is perhaps best known for his experimentation with alternative striking such as Dutch, Roman and double-six grande sonnerie as well as long duration clocks. In 1697 Joseph Knibb sold up the London business (presumably to Samual Aldworth, former apprentice of John Knibb of Oxford) and retired to Hanslop in Buckinghamshire where he died in December 1711. The movement of the current lot exhibits all the features that one would expect to see on a fully developed eight-day movement by Joseph Knibb, these details include the 'butterfly nut' regulation fitted to the single-footed suspension block at the top of the backplate (to facilitate fine adjustment of the effective length of the pendulum) and separate cock for the escapement pallet arbor. The crossed-out external countwheel is again typical of Knibb's work as is the lack of bridge for the hour wheel to the frontplate. The movement plates are typically delicate and are united by distinctive finned and knopped pillars secured by latches. The dial is of the rare smaller size produced by Knibb and retains early features such as the lack of subsidiary seconds dial to centre and scribed line border to the plate. The finely worked steel hands appear original and the signature is particularly pleasing. The movement is located via pins through the lower pillars directly onto the early type full-depth seatboard which is secured to the side uprights of the trunk by clout nails. The case has survived essentially in the same condition as it was when first illustrated by Cescinsky and Gribble in 1922. The hood is fitted with its rare original carved crest (which is of the earliest pattern) and the top board behind is secured by dovetail joints at the sides (a correct detail for an early walnut case housing a movement by Knibb). Evidence to the inside of the hood suggests that the frieze was originally applied with fretwork and the front was converted to open as a door (now returned to its original fixed position). The quarter-veneered trunk door retains its original high-position iron lock and interestingly utilises the same design of iron hinge (with distinctive pierced strap) found on the early ebonised architectural longcase clock by Joseph Knibb, Oxford which was sold in these rooms on Tusday 11th March (lot 143) for £240,000 hammer. As noted by Percy Dawson in THE IDEN CLOCK COLLECTION the exterior of the base has been rebuilt although some of the original structure of the trunk survives within. With regards to dating. The current lot can be fairly accurately dated on stylistic grounds by considering various details within the context of the known progression of Joseph Knibb's work. The crest to the hood is of the earliest design which, along with the pattern of iron hinge used for the trunk door, would suggest a date a few years prior to 1675. However, when considering other details such as the slightly squat side apertures to the hood and high-position lock to the quartered-veneered trunk door, a date much closer to 1675 would seem more appropriate. The dial also demonstrates a similar relationship of features - with its smaller size, scribed-line border and lack of subsidiary seconds ring again suggesting an earlier date, whilst the relatively standard thickness of the chapter ring and pattern of the hands are more typical of circa 1675. From this it would be reasonable to conclude that the current lot was made very close (or possibly just prior) to 1675, and as such may be one of the first eight-day clocks to feature a 'fully-developed' eight-day movement by Knibb including his 'trademark' crossed-out countwheel (see Lee, Ronald A The Knibb Family * Clockmakers page 146). From a historical point of view a date of around 1675 would place the current lot within an important phase in the progression of Joseph Knibb's work as it was around this time that he devised his long duration clocks with Roman striking and is thought to have possibly invented the tic-tac escapement. A consequence of this inventiveness was that his work developed a clear 'identity' which can be seen in almost every example emanating from his workshop. Indeed when considering one of his best-known clocks, an ebony three-month Roman-striking longcase clock (dating to circa 1675) illustrated in Darken, Jeff (ed.) HOROLOGICAL MASTERWORKS pages 114-19 alongside the current lot, common details such as the design of the hands, thickness of chapter ring, crossing-out of the countwheel, arrangement of the pendulum suspension (with butterfly nut regulation) and high position lock to the trunk door become apparent. Early walnut longcase clocks with 9.5 inch dials by Joseph Knibb rarely come onto the market however a closely related (albeit marginally earlier) example to the current lot was sold at Christies, London, 11th July 2003 (lot 79) for £173,250; whilst a similar but slightly later clock with 10 inch dial (case with later crest, reconverted rising hood and restored base) was sold at Tennants, Leyburn 18th November 2010 (lot 1399) for £85,000 hammer. IMPORTANT NOTES REGARDING THE CATALOGUING OF CLOCKS: Movements, dials and cases: movements and dials are described as relating to the cases in which they are housed in one of the following three ways: the case.... we are of the opinion that the movement and dial started life in the current case. in a case... we are of the opinion that the movement and dial are in a case of correct period and type (and may well be original to the movement and dial), however there is evidence to suggest that they may not have started out life together. now in a case... we are of the opinion that the movement and dial are no longer in the original case as it is not of correct period and/or type. Pendulums, weights, winding and case keys: unless specifically indicated otherwise in the catalogue description it can be assumed that all clocks with cases are sold with the requisite pendulum and correct number of weights (where appropriate), however we cannot guarantee that they are original to the clock. This excludes lantern clocks or loose movements which are more often than not offered without pendulums or weights. We do not indicate in the catalogue description whether winding or case keys are present with any specific clock. As many clocks are consigned without keys please check with the department to establish whether they are present or not prior to bidding. Condition: due to the mechanical nature of clocks and the fact that most are of great age we cannot offer any guarantee as to whether they are in working order or free from major faults or restoration. Although we endeavour to catalogue items in a fair and informed manner, omission of any comments or observations regarding the condition or originality of a clock in the description does not necessarily indicate that it is free from significant faults, restoration or is in working condition. We would strongly advise any prospective purchaser to view the item in person or request a condition report and/or further images prior to bidding. Measurements: dial measurements are given in inches, other dimensions such as height are given in centimetres and inches. The measurement given for the height of a longcase clock excludes any removable finials in order to provide an approximate minimum ceiling height in which the clock can be accommodated.

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A beautiful Roman bronze ewer, collected c. 1913-1915

Lot 91: A beautiful Roman bronze ewer, collected c. 1913-1915

by Ancient Resource LLC

March 8, 2015, 11:00 AM PST

Montrose, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $5,000 - $6,000

Description: A beautiful Roman bronze ewer, c. 1st Century AD, the body of inverted piriform shape with splayed foot, the narrow neck ending with a wide pouring spout, the top of the handle in the form of a woman's torso with two animal headed terminal, the base of the handle in the form of a draped female torso, a ladle on her right hand. A very attractive piece with thick green patination. H: 9 1/2 in (21 cm). Ex-Ernest Freemark collection formed 1913-1915; ex-R. Knickerbocker family collection, NY.

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A Double Bass, by ROTH, 1969

Lot 92: A Double Bass, by ROTH, 1969

by Link Auction Galleries

March 14, 2015, 10:00 AM CST

St. Louis, MO, USA

Estimated Price: $3,900 - $5,000

Description: A Double Bass, by ROTH, 1969 Gamba Style Bass, Model G670, bearing the label, "Ernest Heinrich Roth, Bubeureurth-Erlangert, anno 1969," with brand stamp above the label. The top back has the Roth crest with the initials "E.R." A catalog is included from the same era, showcasing the instrument. Includes a bow stamped, "Made in France." Case included. Length of Back 107.5 cm. Width of Lower Bout 65.5 cm.

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Ernest Charles Walbourn (English, 1872-1927) FEEDING THE CHICKENS

Lot 93: Ernest Charles Walbourn (English, 1872-1927) FEEDING THE CHICKENS

by Whyte's

March 11, 2015, 6:00 PM GMT

Dublin, Ireland

Estimated Price: €1,000 - €1,500

Description: Ernest Charles Walbourn (English, 1872-1927) FEEDING THE CHICKENS oil on canvas signed lower right h:20  w:30 in.

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[GESCHIEDENIS MIDDELEEUWEN] Geschiedenis der Graven van Vlaenderen, behelzende het gedenkweerdigste dat er gedurende hunne regering in de beyde Vlaenderen is voorgevallen

Lot 103: [GESCHIEDENIS MIDDELEEUWEN] Geschiedenis der Graven van Vlaenderen, behelzende het gedenkweerdigste dat er gedurende hunne regering in de beyde Vlaenderen is voorgevallen

by Auctions Van de Wiele

March 7, 2015, 10:00 AM CET

Brugge, Belgium

Estimated Price: €40 - €80

Description: 8°, 431 pp. Eerste deel alleen, periode t.e.m. Robert van Bethune (1322). Genaaid, komt wat los. Bijgevoegd: Henry Stephen LUCAS. The Low Countries and the Hundred Years' War, 1326-1347. University of Michigan, 1929. xviii, 696 pp. Gebonden in linnen. + J.H.A. BEUKEN. De Hanze en Vlaanderen. Maastricht, Ernest van Aelst, (1950). 205 blz. + 1 andere publicatie (samen: 4 vol.)

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Ernest McDowell (1924-1994) VIEW OF DUNDALK; BEACH SCENE and DREAM (SET OF 3)

Lot 106: Ernest McDowell (1924-1994) VIEW OF DUNDALK; BEACH SCENE and DREAM (SET OF 3)

by Whyte's

March 11, 2015, 6:00 PM GMT

Dublin, Ireland

Estimated Price: €150 - €200

Description: Ernest McDowell (1924-1994) VIEW OF DUNDALK; BEACH SCENE and DREAM (SET OF 3) watercolour; (1); watercolour and crayon; (1); chalk on tinted paper; (1) each signed lower right; first with inscribed artist's label on reverse; third signed again and titled on reverse h:8.50  w:11 in. Dimensions of second work 9 by 14 in., second work 11 by 17.5 in.

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Lot 111: Robert Rauschenberg, Romances (Elysian), Color Lithograph, 1977

by Auctionata AG

March 27, 2015, 6:00 PM CET

Berlin, Germany

Estimated Price: €1,600 - €2,000

Description: Lithograph in colors on wove paper 'Arches' (watermark) USA, 1977 Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008) - US-American painter, object and graphic artist Signed 'Rauschenberg', dated *77' and numbered in pencil '16/38' From the series 'Romances' Published by Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles, with the blindstamps and the blue ink stamp Gemini G.E.L. Online catalogue raisonné: 761 Image dimensions: 96 x 73.5 cm; sheet dimensions: 99,5 x 76.3 cm Good condition Robert Rauschenberg is considered a pioneer of pop art, he is best known for his happenings, assemblages and combine paintings; large format lithographs fetch up to €92,700 at international auctions The total print run of this edition, published by Gemini G.E.L. in 1977, comprised aside from the standard edition of 38 copies, further 12 artist's proofs, 12 trial proofs and few single further copies. Condition: The overall impression of the lithograph is good. The sheet bears occasional handling creases and a tiny bumped spot in the upper left corner. There are remains of textile mount in places along the reverse of the sheet edges, also affecting the edition stamp. The image measures 96 x 73.5 cm, the sheet is 99.5 x 76.3 cm.Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008) Robert Rauschenberg was born under the name Milton Ernest Rauschenberg in Port Arthur, Texas in 1925. In 1948 he studied with Josef Albers at the Black Mountain College, and from 1949 to 1952 at the Art Students League in New York, where he met Cy Twombly, amongst others. Rauschenberg is one of the pioneers of Pop Art. He gained fame in the 1950s with his so called 'Combines', sculptural collages in which non-traditional materials such as found objects were processed into innovative works, later also integrating photographs. Rauschenberg was not only a painter but also a sculptor and graphic artist who united various artistic disciplines in his oeuvre. In 1993 he received the National Medal of Arts. In 1995 he was honored with the Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Arts. The artist is an internationally established representative of American Pop Art. Already in the 1960s extensive retrospectives were dedicated to him. His works have been exhibited in major museums, such as the MoMA and Guggenheim Museum in New York. Rauschenberg lived in New York City and on Capriva Island, Florida until his death in the year 2008. (fea) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance. Auctionata charges the resale rights tax pursuant to Section 26 of the German Copyright Act (UrhG) towards the buyer in case of the sale of an original work of art or photography prior to 70 years having lapsed since the death of their creator. Therefore, Auctionata charges when purchasing a good - if a protection as an original work of art or photography is given - starting from a hammer price of EUR 400 an additional amount, which is calculated according to Section 26 (2) German Copyright Act (UrhG) and which does not exceed the amount of EUR 12,500. You can find more information about resale rights tax in Auctionata´s table of fees and T&C.

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Signed 1972 Trova Four Circles-Red and Green Serigraph

Lot 122: Signed 1972 Trova Four Circles-Red and Green Serigraph

by DUMBO Auctions

March 26, 2015, 12:00 PM EST

Brooklyn , NY, USA

Estimated Price: $525 - $775

Description: Artist Name: Trova, Ernest Title: Four Circles-Red and Green Medium: Serigraph Edition Size: A.P. Year: 1972 Paper Size: 24 x 24 inches Image Size: 24 x 24 inches Condition: A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling Notes: Signed and labeled Artist Proof (AP) in pencil by Ernest Trova titled Four Circles, Red and Green created in 1972.

Condition Report: A-: Near Mint, very light signs of handling

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1970 Trova Hanover Gallerie London Lithograph

Lot 125: 1970 Trova Hanover Gallerie London Lithograph

by DUMBO Auctions

April 16, 2015, 3:00 PM EST

Brooklyn , NY, USA

Estimated Price: $50 - $100

Description: Artist Name: Trova, Ernest Title: Hanover Gallerie London Medium: Lithograph Edition Size: Unknown Year: 1970 Paper Size: 32.75 x 23 inches Image Size: 32.75 x 23 inches Condition: D: Heavy signs of wear, Torn, Damaged. SOLD AS IS. Price Reflects Condition. Notes: Original exhibition poster from the Hannover Gallerie in London in 1970.

Condition Report: D: Heavy signs of wear, Torn, Damaged. SOLD AS IS. Price Reflects Condition.

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Joseph Ernest Sampson (1887-1946), CUTTING THE CHRISTMAS TREE, 1931 (FROM COUTTS PAINTERS OF CANADA SERIES), Colour silkscreen on wove paper; signed in the plate lower left, titled to the accompanying typed exhibition label from the

Lot 134: Joseph Ernest Sampson (1887-1946), CUTTING THE CHRISTMAS TREE, 1931 (FROM COUTTS PAINTERS OF CANADA SERIES), Colour silkscreen on wove paper; signed in the plate lower left, titled to the accompanying typed exhibition label from the

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March 10, 2015, 7:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD300 - CAD400

Description: JOSEPH ERNEST SAMPSON (1887-1946), CANADIANCUTTING THE CHRISTMAS TREE, 1931 (FROM COUTTS PAINTERS OF CANADA SERIES)Colour silkscreen on wove paper; signed in the plate lower left, titled to the accompanying typed exhibition label from the Kitchener-Waterloo exhibition. Matted and unframed.Sheet 4" x 3.5" - 10.2 x 8.9 cm.Exhibited:Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, (Kitchener, ON), c. 1990

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Ernest BOICEAU (1881-1950) A rectangular carpet with a stylized polychrome vegetal decoration. Signed. Dim. 109 1/2 in. x 69 3/4 in.

Lot 140: Ernest BOICEAU (1881-1950) A rectangular carpet with a stylized polychrome vegetal decoration. Signed. Dim. 109 1/2 in. x 69 3/4 in.

by Tajan

March 18, 2015, 6:00 PM CET

Paris, France

Estimated Price: €4,000 - €6,000

Description: Ernest BOICEAU (1881-1950) A rectangular carpet with a stylized polychrome vegetal decoration. Signed. Dim. 109 1/2 in. x 69 3/4 in. Ernest BOICEAU (1881-1950) Tapis rectangulaire au point mousse formant bouclettes de laine décor végétal stylisé polychrome formant bordure latérale et motifs abstraits de parterres centraux teintes polychromes. Signature "E-Boiceau" au point de cornély. Dim. 278 x 177 cm A rectangular carpet with a stylized polychrome vegetal decoration. Signed. Dim. 109 1/2 in. x 69 3/4 in.

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ERNEST BUCKMASTER (1897-1968)

Lot 162: ERNEST BUCKMASTER (1897-1968)

by Leonard Joel

March 24, 2015, 6:30 PM AEDT

Melbourne, Australia

Estimated Price: AUD3,000 - AUD5,000

Description: ERNEST BUCKMASTER (1897-1968) Kallista, Victoria, looking over Silvan Reservoir oil on canvas PROVENANCE: The Fox Family Estate, Melbourne Private collection, Melbourne (bequeathed from above) signed lower right: E. Buckmaster 67.5 x 87.5cm

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ERNEST BUCKMASTER (1897-1968)

Lot 163: ERNEST BUCKMASTER (1897-1968)

by Leonard Joel

March 24, 2015, 6:30 PM AEDT

Melbourne, Australia

Estimated Price: AUD2,000 - AUD3,000

Description: ERNEST BUCKMASTER (1897-1968) An Autumn Morning, Seville oil on board PROVENANCE: Private collection, Melbourne signed lower right: E. Buckmaster 64.5 x 85.5cm

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(SCHOLEM, GERSHOM).

Lot 166: (SCHOLEM, GERSHOM).

by Kestenbaum & Company

March 19, 2015, 3:00 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $10,000 - $15,000

Description: Sepher Ha-Zohar (Le Livre de la Splendeur) Doctrine Esoterique des Israelites. FIRST FRENCH EDITION. Translated by Jean de Pauly. One of 750 numbered copies. Complete in six volumes. The Gershom Scholem set, annotated by him throughout. Each volume with Scholem's Hebrew book-plate tipped onto front pastedown. Browned, few leaves loose. Uniform half-calf patterned boards, spines scuffed. Lg. 4to.• The mysterious Albanian(!)-born Jean de Pauly (1860-1903) had translated into French portions of the Talmud prior to undertaking this work - his universally well regarded chef-d'oeuvre - the first complete translation of the Zohar into a modern European language. France's largest paper manufacturer Emile Lafuma-Giraud published the set whereby each page utilized the Hebrew name of God as a watermark.Gershom Scholem (1897-1982) was the leading academic authority in the study of Jewish mysticism during the second half of the 20th century. It was he who established Kabbalah research as a formal discipline, which has in turn, influenced a host of writers and thinkers both within and without the scholarly world.Throughout this 6-volume Zohar one finds Scholem's manuscript corrections in regard to sources and the like, something for which de Pauly received much critical comment by Scholem.See B. Paul, Qabbalah and Academia: The Critical Study of Jewish Mysticism in France, in: Shofar, vol. 18, no. 2 (2000); Gershom Scholem, From Berlin to Jerusalem: Memories of My Youth (1980) pp. 116-17; and Scholem, Major Trends in Jewish Mysticism (1980) p. 330.Paris, Ernest Leroux, 1906-11.

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*Walter Ernest Webster (1878-1959)  'THE LOVE LETTER'  Signed l.r., inscribed with title ver

Lot 168: *Walter Ernest Webster (1878-1959) 'THE LOVE LETTER' Signed l.r., inscribed with title ver

by Sworders Fine Art Auctioneers

March 10, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Stansted Mountfitchet, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £400 - £600

Description: *Walter Ernest Webster (1878-1959) 'THE LOVE LETTER' Signed l.r., inscribed with title verso, watercolour on card 55 x 41cm, unframed *Artist's Resale Right may apply to this lot.

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NM Navajo Etched Signed Watchmen Clay Pot

Lot 169: NM Navajo Etched Signed Watchmen Clay Pot

by Prescott Valley Consignment Auction

March 6, 2015, 6:00 PM MST

Prescott Valley , AZ, USA

Description: Signed Ernest & Shyla watchmen Navajo. Stands 10" tall in very new condition.

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*Walter Ernest Webster (1878-1959)  'ENGLISH ROSE'  Signed l.c., inscribed with title verso,

Lot 169: *Walter Ernest Webster (1878-1959) 'ENGLISH ROSE' Signed l.c., inscribed with title verso,

by Sworders Fine Art Auctioneers

March 10, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Stansted Mountfitchet, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £200 - £300

Description: *Walter Ernest Webster (1878-1959) 'ENGLISH ROSE' Signed l.c., inscribed with title verso, watercolour on card 49.5 x 37cm, unframed *Artist's Resale Right may apply to this lot.

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3 Titles incl: TALES OF A JAZZ AGE. 1st state.

Lot 184: 3 Titles incl: TALES OF A JAZZ AGE. 1st state.

by Quinn's Auction Galleries

March 12, 2015, 6:00 PM EST

Falls Church, VA, USA

Estimated Price: $150 - $250

Description: [Fitzgerald/Hemingway] 3 Titles. NY: Scribner's. Orig cloth, lacking dj. ++ F. Scott Fitzgerald. TALES OF A JAZZ AGE. Scribner's, 1922. Seal on c-page. 1st edition, 1st state: p232, line 6: "and." Undamaged type at the 6 locations. Bruccoli A9.I.a. Blue-green cloth with title and author in blind on front cover. Spine's gilt title visible but faded. Scuff, staining to covers, spine ends frayed, corners bumped. Text pages have occasional small stains and dog earing. Eps foxed/toned. ++ Fitzgerald. TAPS AT REVEILLE. Scribner's, 1935. 8vo. 1st edition, 1st state: p350, lines 5-7: "...he would emancipate himself-he need not base himself on the addingmachine-calcultaing machine-probability machine-st. Francis of Assis any longer."-and was" on p351, line 15. "Oh, catch it-oh, catch it and take it-oh, catch it," she sighed..." on p351, line 29. Binding is a variant (blue-green cloth with gilt lettering on spine, but without the title in blind as Bruccoli A18.I.a. calls for on front cover). Very good, minor wear to spine ends and corner tips, eps toned/foxed. Lacking dj. ++ Ernest Hemingway. WINNER TAKE NOTHING. Scribner's, 1933. 1st edition, 1st issue (without legal disclaimer). Scribner's seal and "A" on c-page. Hanneman A12a. Minor scuffs/fading here and there on surface, corner tips worn, very good. Lacking dj.

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HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. Across the River and Into the Trees. Signed and Inscribed,

Lot 195: HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. Across the River and Into the Trees. Signed and Inscribed, "With all good wishes," on a front blank.

by Swann Auction Galleries

March 19, 2015, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: HEMINGWAY, ERNEST. Across the River and Into the Trees. Signed and Inscribed, "With all good wishes," on a front blank. 8vo, publisher's cloth; some discoloration to ink of signature; facsimile dust jacket. first edition./span Hanneman A23a. New York, 1950

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Jean Béraud Saint-Pétersbourg, 1849 - Paris, 1935 L'Absinthe Huile sur toile (Toile d'origine)

Lot 198: Jean Béraud Saint-Pétersbourg, 1849 - Paris, 1935 L'Absinthe Huile sur toile (Toile d'origine)

by Artcurial - Briest - Poulain - F. Tajan

March 27, 2015, 2:30 PM CET

Paris, France

Estimated Price: €60,000 - €80,000

Description: Jean Béraud Saint-Pétersbourg, 1849 - Paris, 1935 L'Absinthe Huile sur toile (Toile d'origine) Signée 'Jean Béraud.' en bas à droite Toile de la maison Moirinat à Paris (Restaurations) Sans cadre 'THE ABSINTHE DRINKER', OIL ON CANVAS, SIGNED, BY J. BERAUD h: 71 w: 50,50 cm Provenance : Collection Ernest May ; Sa vente, Paris, galerie Georges Petit, 4 juin 1890, n° 3 ; Collection particulière Expositions : 'Cercle artistique et littéraire', Paris, 1882, hors catalogue, repr. p. 155 Bibliographie : François-Guillaume Dumas, 'Annuaire illustré des beaux-arts', Paris, 1882, repr. p. 155 Auguste Dalligny, "L'exposition du Cercle de la rue Volney", in 'Le Journal des arts', 7 février 1882, p. 1 "Nouvelles artistiques parisiennes", in 'L'Art moderne', 26 février 1882, p. 70 Patrick Offenstadt, 'Jean Béraud 1849-1935. The Belle Epoque : A dream of times gone by. Catalogue raisonné', Cologne, 1999, p. 226, n° 287, repr. (dimensions érronées) Commentaire : Chroniqueur des mœurs bourgeoises sous la IIIe République, Jean Béraud illustre tant des anecdotes politiques que les plaisirs de la vie parisienne dans les rues et grands boulevards animés, les salons, les théâtres et les restaurants à la mode. Il peint avec un naturalisme poussé aussi bien le flot des passants à l'humeur joyeuse, les divertissements de la société élégante, que la morosité de la classe populaire et sa décadence dans un univers de fin de siècle où les bas-fonds sont sublimés. Dans cette vie de bohême désabusée, l'absinthe se répand autant dans les troquets montmartrois que dans les veines des poètes. " Salut, verte liqueur, Némésis de l'orgie ! Bien souvent, en passant sur ma lèvre rougie, Tu m'as donné l'ivresse et l'oubli de mes maux ; J'ai vu plus d'un géant pâlir sous ton étreinte ! Salut, sœur de la Mort ! Apportez de l'absinthe ; Qu'on la verse à grands flots ! " Alfred de Musset, Ode à l'Absinthe Alcool à la couleur qui rappelle celle des cabarets, la fée verte clamée par Baudelaire et Verlaine, louée par Musset (dont le portrait est présenté sous le lot 194), est alors un véritable art de vivre très en vogue dans le Paris de la Belle Epoque. Muse maudite des poètes et des peintres comme Degas, Manet, Van Gogh ou Toulouse-Lautrec, elle donne autant d'inspiration à l'artiste que la femme elle-même. Entre fléau et extase, à la fois vénérée et maudite des artistes, l'absinthe est associée à la figure féminine, sensuelle, séductrice et suggestive dans les publicités qui en louent les vertus. A la mode dans toutes les classes sociales, c'est surtout par les ouvriers et les femmes aux mœurs légères que cet élixir est consommé, sans modération. A la différence des Buveurs d'Absinthe daté de 1908 (localisation inconnue) ou du Café dit L'Absinthe peint en 1909 (musée Carnavalet, Paris), Béraud place ici une chaise laissée vacante, peut-être à cause d'une défaite sentimentale. Et si nous prenions la liberté de l'occuper pour une dégustation licencieuse de cette boisson interdite et mystérieuse ? Et si nous nous imprégnions de l'odeur anisée dégagée des volutes brumeuses se formant devant nous, saisies dans cet instant comme photographié par l'artiste ? Celle qu'on appelle liqueur de la mort, aux visages fantomatiques, semble ici être plus la compagne habituelle chantée par Baudelaire pour cette jolie figure féminine qui boit seule, mais sans aucune détresse, que la menace du poison dénoncé par Degas et ses personnages aux traits défaits et aux regards tristes (Dans un Café, 1873, musée d'Orsay, Paris), poison également condamné par Zola quelques années plus tard dans l'Assommoir. Tranquille et déterminée, notre buveuse paraît savourer à l'avance la liqueur qu'elle verse dans son verre avec envie, un léger sourire se dessinant sur ses lèvres maquillées. Se repose-t-elle d'une journée de promenade à Paris, le pied fatigué et rapidement entrée dans un bistrot peu fréquenté, où sa solitude lui permet l'audace de sa posture ? S'offre-t-elle une douce ivresse avant de rejoindre le bal populaire pour lequel elle s'est habillée ? Son habileté à se servir d'absinthe et l'élégance douteuse de sa pose, amazone de bistrot le poing sur la hanche, laissent en deviner la frivolité. La puissance de séduction est en tout cas définitivement commune à notre tableau et à la liqueur représentée, objet d'une place d'honneur dans l'œuvre de Béraud au début du XXe siècle.

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A lot of 4 Roman glass pendants, collected c. 1913-1915

Lot 204: A lot of 4 Roman glass pendants, collected c. 1913-1915

by Ancient Resource LLC

March 8, 2015, 11:00 AM PST

Montrose, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $600

Description: A lot of 4 Roman glass pendants, c. 1st - 3rd Century AD, including three rounded types with large loops in medium blue glass and another in a deep greenish glass. L: 1.7 to 1.9 cm. Each is intact and comes with original paper collection envelope. Ex-Ernest Freemark collection formed 1913-1915; ex-R. Knickerbocker family collection, NY.

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Lot 204: JERROLD, Walter & HASLEHUST, Ernest W. - The Silve

by Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood

March 11, 2015, 10:30 AM GMT

Exeter, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £100 - £150

Description: JERROLD, Walter & HASLEHUST, Ernest W. - The Silvery Thames,: -coloured plates, orig. hf. vell., (250) sgd., ob. fo., 1906.

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40 Near Eastern stone & glass beads, collected 1913-1915

Lot 207: 40 Near Eastern stone & glass beads, collected 1913-1915

by Ancient Resource LLC

March 8, 2015, 11:00 AM PST

Montrose, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $600

Description: A group of 40 Near Eastern stone and glass beads, c. 1st Millennium BC, predominately of translucent carnelian, which are in a myriad of shapes and sizes. Also within the group are examples in green feldspar, steatite (which includes a small stamp seal), mixed colored glass and a cobalt blue glass disc bead. A nice mixed group! Ex-Ernest Freemark collection formed 1913-1915; ex-R. Knickerbocker family collection, NY.

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GEZELLE, Guido Brief van Gezelle aan kanunnik Ernest Rembry (1835-1907)

Lot 231: GEZELLE, Guido Brief van Gezelle aan kanunnik Ernest Rembry (1835-1907)

by Auctions Van de Wiele

March 7, 2015, 10:00 AM CET

Brugge, Belgium

Estimated Price: €600 - €800

Description: Brief in het Frans, in zwarte inkt op ruitjespapier getekend door Guido Gezelle (43 regels) en geschreven aan E. Rembry, secretaris van de bisschop. Gezelle antwoordt eerst op de vraag van Rembry i.v.m. St Brandan en St Vivian. Daarna lucht Gezelle zijn hart omdat de vijfjaarlijkse prijs voor Nederlandse letterkunde niet aan hem werd toegekend voor zijn bundel Tijdkrans maar aan de roman van Virginie Loveling. Het incident stond bekend als de academische kaakslag. Gezelle doet een aanval op afgestudeerden van de Gentse universiteit en de vrijmetselarij. "C'est à eux que je dois l'honneur de n'avoir pas remporté le prix de 5.000 fr. qui a été donné à une très détestable romancière'

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Brown Derby Academy Awards Best Actor & Actress Portraits 1928 ? 1961 By Nicholas Volpe

Lot 239T: Brown Derby Academy Awards Best Actor & Actress Portraits 1928 ? 1961 By Nicholas Volpe

by Artistic Holdings Company

March 12, 2015, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: N Extremely Rare 1962 Original Complete Collection Of 69 Beautifully Detailed Portraits Of Each Of The Male And Female Movie Star Academy Awards Oscar Winner From 1928 ? 1961 By The Famous Hollywood Artist, Nicholas Volpe. My Father Owned A Movie Theater In The 1960?s So I Have Inherited Several Of These Rare Sets. There Are Two Academy Award Winner Portraits For Each Year, One For Best Actress And One For Best Actor. This Is From The Beverly Hills Brown Derby Collection . Each 8? X 10 1/2? Charcoal Portrait Is Signed In The Plate By The Artist And Dated 1962. These Portraits Are Ready And Suitable For Framing. All Portraits Are In Mint Condition, No Folds, Tears Or Stains. This Price Is Less Than $1.20 Per Portrait. The Academy Award Winning Actors And Actresses In These Portraits Are As Follows: Emil Jannings ? 1928, Janet Gaynor ? 1928, Warner Baxter ? 1929, Mary Pickford ? 1929, George Arliss ? 1930, Norma Shearer ? 1930, Lionel Barrymore ? 1931, Marie Dressler ? 1931, Helen Hayes ? 1932, Fredric March ? 1932, Wallace Berry ? 1932, Katharine Hepburn ? 1933, Charles Laughton ? 1933, Claudette Colbert, 1934 ? Clark Gable, 1934- Bette Davis ? 1935, Victor Mclaglen ? 1935, Paul Muni ? 1936, Luise Rainer ? 1936, Spencer Tracy ? 1937, Luise Rainer ? 1937, Spencer Tracy ? 1938, Bette Davis ? 1938, Vivien Leigh ? 1939, Robert Donat ? 1939, James Stewart ? 1940, Ginger Rogers ? 1940, Gary Cooper ? 1941, Joan Fontaine ? 1941, James Cagney ? 1942, Greer Garson ? 1942, Paul Lukas ? 1943, Jennifer Jones ? 1943, Bing Crosby ? 1944, Ingrid Bergman ? 1944, Ray Milland ? 1945, Joan Crawford ? 1945, Fredric March ? 1946, Olivia Dehavilland ? 1946, Ronald Colman ? 1947, Loretta Young ? 1947, Laurence Olivier ? 1948, Jane Wyman ? 1948, Olivia Dehavilland ? 1949, Broderick Crawford ? 1949, Jose Ferrer ? 1950, Judy Holliday ? 1950, Humphrey Bogart ? 1951, Vivien Leigh ? 1951, Gary Cooper ? 1952, Shirley Booth ? 1952, William Holden ? 1953, Audrey Hepburn ? 1953, Marlon Brando ? 1954, Grace Kelly ? 1954, Ernest Borgnine ? 1955, Anna Magnani ? 1955, Ingrid Bergman ? 1956, Yul Brynner ? 1956, Joanne Woodward ? 1957, Alec Guinness ? 1957, David Niven ? 1958, Susan Hayward ? 1958, Charlton Heston ? 1959, Simone Signoret ? 1959, Burt Lancaster ? 1960, Elizabeth Taylor ? 1960, Maximilian Schell ? 1961, And Sophia Loren ? 1961.

Condition Report: A-New

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STREUVELS, Stijn Langs de Wegen

Lot 249: STREUVELS, Stijn Langs de Wegen

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March 7, 2015, 10:00 AM CET

Brugge, Belgium

Estimated Price: €180 - €260

Description: In-8°, 258 pp. Derde druk. Roestvlekjes op de eerste blz. en op de sneden. Gebonden. Met een handgeschreven opdracht aan Meny Houthuys, de voortreffelijke voordraagster, gedateerd oktober 1951. Los bijgevoegd een handgeschreven gesigneerde brief van Stijn Streuvels (16 regels), aan (Meny Houthuys), gedateerd 9 januari 1952. + een reproductie van een portret van Stijn Streuvels, door hem gesigneerd in potlood. Bijgevoegd: id. De terechtstelling van een onschuldige. Maastricht - Voenhoven, Ernest van Aelst, (1940). 52 pp, ill. Genaaid. Eerste druk

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