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Autograph letter signed to Sir Rennell Rodd, 15pp

Lot 66: Autograph letter signed to Sir Rennell Rodd, 15pp

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

April 17, 2014, 1:00 PM GMT

London, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £1,500 - £2,000

Description: (Sven, explorer, geographer, travel writer, 1865-1952) Autograph letter signed to Sir Rennell Rodd, 15pp., 8vo, Viceregal Lodge, Simla, [India], n.d. [1906], on his problems attempting to enter Tibet, while a guest of the Viceroy Lord Minto, "Lord Kitchener was very pleased with your beautiful letter about my plans I have passed two weeks with Lord Minto as their guest, and without any comparison, the most happy and glorious time I have ever had in my life . You remember [Lord] Curzon promised me everything, as assistants, escort of Gurkhas, etc. Everything was ready when I arrived. And Lord Minto has written a long despatch about my plans and sent a telegram asking for permission for me to enter Tibet from here. The answer was a refusal. He sent a new telegram explaining the situation - a new refusal! However Lord Minto would not give up he telegraphed again showing that it was absolutely absurd not to allow me to cross the frontier . Just to-day the answer came I have a feeling of victory nobody in India is allowed to give me the slightest help. I do not get a single gurkha as escort - and must try to find some kashmiri shikaris . The worst of all is however that I will not travel under the protection of British prestige. I will have to go round the whole long way over the Kara-koram pass and cross the frontier from Chinese territory - and the Tibetans will very likely regard me as a Russian - and in the treaty of Lhasa it is said that no representative of any other nation, except British, should be allowed to do any work in Tibet the work I have done during 21 years ought to be sufficient for not treating me as a suspicious individual. The King of Sweden cannot be supposed to have any political plans on Tibet", folds.

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Schedel, Hartmann 1493 Woodcut of Adam & Eve from the Nuremberg Chronicle

Lot 129: Schedel, Hartmann 1493 Woodcut of Adam & Eve from the Nuremberg Chronicle

by Albion Auctions

April 17, 2014, 6:00 PM GMT

Chesterfield, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £300 - £500

Description: Schedel, Hartmann 1493 Woodcut of Adam & Eve from the Nuremberg Chronicle Woodcut Published 1493, Nuremberg for "Liber Chronicarum" by Hartmann Schedel. Early hand colour. Paper Size: 12 x 10.5 inch (30 x 27cm) Loss to text. Chips to margin corners. Image fine.

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(ADAMS, ANSEL) (1902-1984) Hills Brothers Coffee can featuring a reproduction of Adams'

Lot 136: (ADAMS, ANSEL) (1902-1984) Hills Brothers Coffee can featuring a reproduction of Adams' "Winter Morning, Yosemite Valley, California."

by Swann Auction Galleries

April 17, 2014, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $900 - $1,200

Description: (ADAMS, ANSEL) (1902-1984) Hills Brothers Coffee can featuring a reproduction of Adams' "Winter Morning, Yosemite Valley, California." Cylindrical tin, 7 inches high and 6 1/4 inches in diameter (17.8 and 15.9 cm.), with Hills Brothers' and Adams' printed credit and the date on the side; and with the original plastic top with a price of $2.05 stamped on the lid. 1969

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H. Adams Sterling Silver Serving Spoons

Lot 8: H. Adams Sterling Silver Serving Spoons

by McGee Auction Gallery

April 17, 2014, 6:00 PM EST

West Columbia, SC, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $500

Description: Set of 2 H. Adams sterling silver serving spoons marked "H. Adams Springfield" with engraved handles

Condition Report: Good

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MINT ERROR 2007 ADAMS $ MISSING EDGE LETTERING

Lot 125: MINT ERROR 2007 ADAMS $ MISSING EDGE LETTERING

by BidALot Coin Auction

April 17, 2014, 6:30 PM CST

East Bethel, MN, USA

Description: ICG MS65

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Authentic Beatles Hand Written Autographs. Of the

Lot 1420: Authentic Beatles Hand Written Autographs. Of the

by Gerrards Auction Rooms

April 18, 2014, 10:00 AM GMT

St Annes , United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £1,500 - £1,800

Description: Authentic Beatles Hand Written Autographs. Of the fab four. George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, John Lennon. Obtained by the vendor in person.

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TWO PRE CIVIL WAR LETTERS

Lot 112: TWO PRE CIVIL WAR LETTERS

by Mosby & Co. Auctions

April 18, 2014, 4:00 PM EST

Frederick, MD, USA

Estimated Price: $20 - $30

Description: LETTERS TO JOHN HAMILTON PORT TABACCO, MD ABOUT HORSES.

Condition Report: Varies

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Two books, Ansel Adams

Lot 33: Two books, Ansel Adams "Yosemite and the Range of Light", a photo book of 116 Ansel Adams nature photos, and "Bible Road, Signs of Faith in the American Landscape", photos of religious based signs, banners, etc. as observed around the USA, 160 pages

by All American Auction

April 18, 2014, 5:00 PM CST

Rosebud, TX, USA

Description: Two books, Ansel Adams "Yosemite and the Range of Light", a photo book of 116 Ansel Adams nature photos, and "Bible Road, Signs of Faith in the American Landscape", photos of religious based signs, banners, etc. as observed around the USA, 160 pages

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Unique wall mounted letter/bill sorter with holder at the bottom, 18

Lot 74: Unique wall mounted letter/bill sorter with holder at the bottom, 18" tall, 10" wide

by All American Auction

April 18, 2014, 5:00 PM CST

Rosebud, TX, USA

Description: Unique wall mounted letter/bill sorter with holder at the bottom, 18" tall, 10" wide

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JOHN BUXTON - THE FORDING PLACE

Lot 86W: JOHN BUXTON - THE FORDING PLACE

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $945 - $1,260

Description: John Buxton - The Fording Place - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Canvas - Image Size: 30"w X 20"h. Limited Edition Of: 100 - It Is Summer In The Iroquois Territory And A Small Group Has Set Up Their Temporary Camp On The Banks Of A River, Where The Fish And Game Are Plentiful. At The End Of The Season The Men And The Women Will Move To Higher Ground, Where More Permanent Camps Keep Them Out Of Reach Of The Winter Floods. While Women Took Care Of Camp Chores, Men Spent Most Of Their Time Hunting Or Preparing To Hunt, If Not Preparing For War Against Some Neighboring Group. The Men Of "the Fording Place" Set Out Across Their River In Search Of Yet Another Unknown Daily Adventure.??about The Artist - John Buxton John Was Born And Raised In The Small Town Of Oxford, Nc. From Childhood, He Excelled At Drawing And Painting. After Two Years Of General College In His Home State, He Traveled To Los Angeles To Earn His Bpa Degree In Illustration From The Art Center College Of Design. John Was A Successful Illustrator For 31 Years, Working In Detroit, Cleveland And Finally Pittsburgh Where He Met And Married A Cute Receptionist Named Noralee. During This Period, Buxton Worked For Several Advertising Studios But In 1983, He Formed John Buxton Illustration, Inc. On Of His Clients Was The National Geographic Society (book Division And World Magazine) Where John Developed A Fascination With Their Dedication To Documentation And Research, Insuring That All Artwork Was As Correct As Possible. This Impressed On Him The Realization That Most Of His Adverting Illustration Had Been "throw Away Art" And Perhaps There Was Another Type Of Art That May Be Held In Higher Regard. Thusly, In 1994, Buxton Put Aside The Requests Of Art Directors To Begin Painting Subjects More To His Interests And Hopefully Of More Validity. He Wasn't Quite Sure, However, With So Much To Choose From, Just Which Subject Matter He Was Going To Paint. John Soon Began Exhibiting His New Oil Paintings, Placing Two Works In The Birds In Art Show At The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum. These Two Paintings Were Later Reproduced In The Best Of Wildlife Art, Volume 2 By Rachael R. Wolf, Published By Northlight Books. John Also Tried The National Park Service's Annual Competition, Art For The Parks Placing In Their Top 100 And Included In Their Traveling Show. The Society Of Animal Artists Elected Him To Membership And Invited Him To Exhibit In Their National Snows. He Also Exhibited With The American Academy Of Equine Artists Before Settling Into His True Niche-historical Art. Buxton's Historical Images Of The 18th Century Depicting Scenes From The Birth Of Our Nation, Allowing "witness" To Momentous Events Or Experiencing Everyday Life On The Frontier Allows American History To Come To Life. His Compassion And Enthusiasm For Historical Accuracy Has Propelled Him To Great Heights Of Recognition. Numerous Museums And Historical Sites Permanently Display His Extensively Researched Paintings. Several Documentary Files Have Chosen His Art To Enhance Their Programs. A Program, Using John's Paintings To Inspire Students With Our Heritage, Was Developed On Disc To Be Distributed To Schools And Teachers. John's Paintings Have Been Featured Within Scores Of Genre Magazines. Feature Articles Have Appeared In Us Art Magazine, Westsylvania Magazine, America's First Freedom And More Recently, Art Of The West Magazine In Its January/february 2006 Issue Featuring John's Paintings And Insight Into Their Creation. The Artists Magazine's Annual Art Competition Awarded Buxton's Painting, How Many Beaver? First Place In The 2005 Portrait/figure Division From Over 4,000 Entries. It Was Featured On The Cover In December. In The Part, Most Of John's Art Was Painted As Private Commissions. He Endeavors To Produce More Paintings Each Year For Select Shows, Such As The Masters Invitational At The Autry Museum In Burbank, Ca, The Miniature Show At The Gilcrease Museum In Tulsa And The Miniature Show At Settlers West Gallery In Tucson. This Year, John Will Also Exhibit In The Eiteljorg Museum's Quest For The West Show In Indianapolis. He Was Recently Accepted Into Membership Of The Oil Painters Of America. He Lives In Pennsylvania With His Wife Noralee. They Have Two Children, Bryan And Megan And Will Soon Be Blessed With Two New Grandchildren.

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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JOHN BUXTON - KINSMAN TO THE SHAWNEE

Lot 111W: JOHN BUXTON - KINSMAN TO THE SHAWNEE

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $203 - $270

Description: John Buxton - Kinsman To The Shawnee - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Print - Image Size: 15 1/4"w X 25"h. Limited Edition Of: 350 - John Buxton, Known For The Painstaking Research He Puts Into His Historical Paintings, Has Left Something To The Viewer?s Imagination In "kinsman To The Shawnee." What Are The Two Men Discussing And What Is The Native Girl With Flint Corn And A Grinding Stone Thinking? We Do Know That 18th Century French Canadian Traders Often Married Native Women And Adopted The Ways Of Their People To Enable Closer Ties For Better Trade And Protection. These Canadians Adopted Native Dress And Often Tattooed Themselves As Well, But It Was Said ? Not About The Face. If You Look Closely, You?ll See The Native Man On The Right Has Facial Markings And The Mark Of A Medicine Wheel On His Hand. The Canadian, Dressed In A French Touque (or Tuque), Is Tattooed With A Jesuit Symbol. Trade With Their French Brothers, And Often With The British, Became A Staple Of All Indian Nations. The Cultural Heritage Of The Shawnee People Is Rich And Colorful.??about The Artist - John Buxton John Was Born And Raised In The Small Town Of Oxford, Nc. From Childhood, He Excelled At Drawing And Painting. After Two Years Of General College In His Home State, He Traveled To Los Angeles To Earn His Bpa Degree In Illustration From The Art Center College Of Design. John Was A Successful Illustrator For 31 Years, Working In Detroit, Cleveland And Finally Pittsburgh Where He Met And Married A Cute Receptionist Named Noralee. During This Period, Buxton Worked For Several Advertising Studios But In 1983, He Formed John Buxton Illustration, Inc. On Of His Clients Was The National Geographic Society (book Division And World Magazine) Where John Developed A Fascination With Their Dedication To Documentation And Research, Insuring That All Artwork Was As Correct As Possible. This Impressed On Him The Realization That Most Of His Adverting Illustration Had Been "throw Away Art" And Perhaps There Was Another Type Of Art That May Be Held In Higher Regard. Thusly, In 1994, Buxton Put Aside The Requests Of Art Directors To Begin Painting Subjects More To His Interests And Hopefully Of More Validity. He Wasn't Quite Sure, However, With So Much To Choose From, Just Which Subject Matter He Was Going To Paint. John Soon Began Exhibiting His New Oil Paintings, Placing Two Works In The Birds In Art Show At The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum. These Two Paintings Were Later Reproduced In The Best Of Wildlife Art, Volume 2 By Rachael R. Wolf, Published By Northlight Books. John Also Tried The National Park Service's Annual Competition, Art For The Parks Placing In Their Top 100 And Included In Their Traveling Show. The Society Of Animal Artists Elected Him To Membership And Invited Him To Exhibit In Their National Snows. He Also Exhibited With The American Academy Of Equine Artists Before Settling Into His True Niche-historical Art. Buxton's Historical Images Of The 18th Century Depicting Scenes From The Birth Of Our Nation, Allowing "witness" To Momentous Events Or Experiencing Everyday Life On The Frontier Allows American History To Come To Life. His Compassion And Enthusiasm For Historical Accuracy Has Propelled Him To Great Heights Of Recognition. Numerous Museums And Historical Sites Permanently Display His Extensively Researched Paintings. Several Documentary Files Have Chosen His Art To Enhance Their Programs. A Program, Using John's Paintings To Inspire Students With Our Heritage, Was Developed On Disc To Be Distributed To Schools And Teachers. John's Paintings Have Been Featured Within Scores Of Genre Magazines. Feature Articles Have Appeared In Us Art Magazine, Westsylvania Magazine, America's First Freedom And More Recently, Art Of The West Magazine In Its January/february 2006 Issue Featuring John's Paintings And Insight Into Their Creation. The Artists Magazine's Annual Art Competition Awarded Buxton's Painting, How Many Beaver? First Place In The 2005 Portrait/figure Division From Over 4,000 Entries. It Was Featured On The Cover In December. In The Part, Most Of John's Art Was Painted As Private Commissions. He Endeavors To Produce More Paintings Each Year For Select Shows, Such As The Masters Invitational At The Autry Museum In Burbank, Ca, The Miniature Show At The Gilcrease Museum In Tulsa And The Miniature Show At Settlers West Gallery In Tucson. This Year, John Will Also Exhibit In The Eiteljorg Museum's Quest For The West Show In Indianapolis. He Was Recently Accepted Into Membership Of The Oil Painters Of America. He Lives In Pennsylvania With His Wife Noralee. They Have Two Children, Bryan And Megan And Will Soon Be Blessed With Two New Grandchildren.

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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JOHN WEISS - TRUE COMPANIONS

Lot 133W: JOHN WEISS - TRUE COMPANIONS

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $750 - $1,000

Description: John Weiss - True Companions - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Canvas - Image Size: 24"w X 23"h. Limited Edition Of: 100 - John Is Known Nationally As The Foremost Portrait Artist Of The Canine Species. His Intimate Observation Of The Animal Has Evolved Into An Insight Into Our Relationships With Them And Even Ourselves And, In The Case Of This Particular Painting, Himself. "true Companions" Is Homage To His Labrador Retriever, Maggie. Although John Does Not Paint Himself Into His Own Work, We Are Observing A Common Occurrence In His Own Backyard. While The Two Seem To Be Basking In The Warmth And Amber Glow Of The Evening?s Fire, Is It Possible That Something Else Deflects The Night?s Chill? In The Company Of His Steadfast Companion, A Moment That Could Be Considered Full Of Loneliness Becomes One Of Magic.??about The Artist - John Weiss ?i Enjoy Painting Things People Can Relate To,? John Weiss Says, ?perhaps Because I Can Relate To Them Myself. They?re Familiar Things, Part Of An Everyday Life We Can Understand And Enjoy.? Weiss Developed This Appreciation During His Childhood In Akron, Ohio. His Father Was A Draftsman To Whom John Credits His Disciplined Approach To Art. He Drew Throughout His Childhood And Developed His Skill In High School Art Classes. On A Trip To Maine, He Saw An Exhibit Of Andrew Wyeth?s Work, Which Inspired Him To Pursue Art While Attending Kent State University. Weiss Left College After Two Years To Go Into The Landscape Business, But He Returned To Full-time Painting Within Four Years. ?my Work Is Essentially Self-taught,? He Maintains. ?i Study The Work Of Artists I Admire And Learn From Their Methods And Techniques. I Studied Color Theory By Referring To A Color Wheel And Mixing Paints. Experience Is The Best Teacher.? Weiss Persevered With His Study And His Dedication Has Paid Off. Today His Paintings Of Dogs And Of Horses Have An Avid And Loyal Following. ?word Of Mouth Has Resulted In My Works Being Sold All Over The World,? He Says. ?there Was Even One Portrait Of A Dog That Was Presented To Queen Elizabeth By Lady Barlow.? Weiss? Work Is Exhibited Regularly And Recently He Won The ?cover Of The Year? Award From The National Dog Writers Association.

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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JOHN WEISS - FROM THE HEART

Lot 140W: JOHN WEISS - FROM THE HEART

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $540 - $720

Description: John Weiss - From The Heart - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Canvas - Image Size: 20"w X 15"h. Limited Edition Of: 100 - John Weiss Has A Gift For Capturing The Most Precious Moments, Ones That Resonate With Us All. In "from The Heart," The Artist?s Granddaughter Innocently Shares An Ice Cream Cone With An Old Friend. The Golden Summer Sunlight Lends The Companions A Warm Glow As They Enjoy The Simple Pleasures Life Has Brought Them. "from The Heart" Is Truly A Painting That Will Touch Each Of Us.??about The Artist - John Weiss ?i Enjoy Painting Things People Can Relate To,? John Weiss Says, ?perhaps Because I Can Relate To Them Myself. They?re Familiar Things, Part Of An Everyday Life We Can Understand And Enjoy.? Weiss Developed This Appreciation During His Childhood In Akron, Ohio. His Father Was A Draftsman To Whom John Credits His Disciplined Approach To Art. He Drew Throughout His Childhood And Developed His Skill In High School Art Classes. On A Trip To Maine, He Saw An Exhibit Of Andrew Wyeth?s Work, Which Inspired Him To Pursue Art While Attending Kent State University. Weiss Left College After Two Years To Go Into The Landscape Business, But He Returned To Full-time Painting Within Four Years. ?my Work Is Essentially Self-taught,? He Maintains. ?i Study The Work Of Artists I Admire And Learn From Their Methods And Techniques. I Studied Color Theory By Referring To A Color Wheel And Mixing Paints. Experience Is The Best Teacher.? Weiss Persevered With His Study And His Dedication Has Paid Off. Today His Paintings Of Dogs And Of Horses Have An Avid And Loyal Following. ?word Of Mouth Has Resulted In My Works Being Sold All Over The World,? He Says. ?there Was Even One Portrait Of A Dog That Was Presented To Queen Elizabeth By Lady Barlow.? Weiss? Work Is Exhibited Regularly And Recently He Won The ?cover Of The Year? Award From The National Dog Writers Association.

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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JOHN BUXTON - COMING TO TRADE

Lot 183W: JOHN BUXTON - COMING TO TRADE

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $188 - $250

Description: John Buxton - Coming To Trade - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Print - Image Size: 22 1/2"w X 13 1/2"h. Limited Edition Of: 250 - John Buxton, ?artist Of Our Heritage,? Engages Both History Buffs And Art Lovers Alike With Each Fine Art Limited Edition. His Unique Combination Of Detailed Historical Accuracy And Artistic Mastery Brings The Past To Life As Few Others Can. In "coming To Trade," Buxton Portrays The Co-existence Between The French And Native Americans. ?this Painting An Iconic Depiction Of What Drew Both Sides To Tolerate The Other In What Came To Be Known As The Fur Trade,? Buxton Says. ?furs From The New World Helped Finance French Expansion And Trade Items Enhanced The Living Standard Of The Native Nations. Bows And Arrows Were No Longer The Preferred Hunting Method And French Cutlery Replaced Stone Axes And Knives. Cooking Pots, Needles And Even Wire Soon Became Highly Prized Among The Indians As They Became Slightly More European. French Traders, Many Of Whom Lived Among The Indians, Changed As Well. They Readily Accepted Native Culture And Custom ? To The Extent That It Was Difficult To Distinguish A Frenchman From His Native Ally. Though They Tried, Jesuit Priests Were Not Quite As Successful At Transforming Natives Into Cultured, God-fearing Frenchmen.???about The Artist - John Buxton John Was Born And Raised In The Small Town Of Oxford, Nc. From Childhood, He Excelled At Drawing And Painting. After Two Years Of General College In His Home State, He Traveled To Los Angeles To Earn His Bpa Degree In Illustration From The Art Center College Of Design. John Was A Successful Illustrator For 31 Years, Working In Detroit, Cleveland And Finally Pittsburgh Where He Met And Married A Cute Receptionist Named Noralee. During This Period, Buxton Worked For Several Advertising Studios But In 1983, He Formed John Buxton Illustration, Inc. On Of His Clients Was The National Geographic Society (book Division And World Magazine) Where John Developed A Fascination With Their Dedication To Documentation And Research, Insuring That All Artwork Was As Correct As Possible. This Impressed On Him The Realization That Most Of His Adverting Illustration Had Been "throw Away Art" And Perhaps There Was Another Type Of Art That May Be Held In Higher Regard. Thusly, In 1994, Buxton Put Aside The Requests Of Art Directors To Begin Painting Subjects More To His Interests And Hopefully Of More Validity. He Wasn't Quite Sure, However, With So Much To Choose From, Just Which Subject Matter He Was Going To Paint. John Soon Began Exhibiting His New Oil Paintings, Placing Two Works In The Birds In Art Show At The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum. These Two Paintings Were Later Reproduced In The Best Of Wildlife Art, Volume 2 By Rachael R. Wolf, Published By Northlight Books. John Also Tried The National Park Service's Annual Competition, Art For The Parks Placing In Their Top 100 And Included In Their Traveling Show. The Society Of Animal Artists Elected Him To Membership And Invited Him To Exhibit In Their National Snows. He Also Exhibited With The American Academy Of Equine Artists Before Settling Into His True Niche-historical Art. Buxton's Historical Images Of The 18th Century Depicting Scenes From The Birth Of Our Nation, Allowing "witness" To Momentous Events Or Experiencing Everyday Life On The Frontier Allows American History To Come To Life. His Compassion And Enthusiasm For Historical Accuracy Has Propelled Him To Great Heights Of Recognition. Numerous Museums And Historical Sites Permanently Display His Extensively Researched Paintings. Several Documentary Files Have Chosen His Art To Enhance Their Programs. A Program, Using John's Paintings To Inspire Students With Our Heritage, Was Developed On Disc To Be Distributed To Schools And Teachers. John's Paintings Have Been Featured Within Scores Of Genre Magazines. Feature Articles Have Appeared In Us Art Magazine, Westsylvania Magazine, America's First Freedom And More Recently, Art Of The West Magazine In Its January/february 2006 Issue Featuring John's Paintings And Insight Into Their Creation. The Artists Magazine's Annual Art Competition Awarded Buxton's Painting, How Many Beaver? First Place In The 2005 Portrait/figure Division From Over 4,000 Entries. It Was Featured On The Cover In December. In The Part, Most Of John's Art Was Painted As Private Commissions. He Endeavors To Produce More Paintings Each Year For Select Shows, Such As The Masters Invitational At The Autry Museum In Burbank, Ca, The Miniature Show At The Gilcrease Museum In Tulsa And The Miniature Show At Settlers West Gallery In Tucson. This Year, John Will Also Exhibit In The Eiteljorg Museum's Quest For The West Show In Indianapolis. He Was Recently Accepted Into Membership Of The Oil Painters Of America. He Lives In Pennsylvania With His Wife Noralee. They Have Two Children, Bryan And Megan And Will Soon Be Blessed With Two New Grandchildren.

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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JOHN WEISS - HEART AND SOUL

Lot 361W: JOHN WEISS - HEART AND SOUL

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $188 - $250

Description: John Weiss - Heart And Soul - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Print - Image Size: 14 1/2"w X 14 1/4"h. Limited Edition Of: 550 - John Weiss Is One Of The Country's Most Sought-after Dog Portrait Artists Because Of His Ability To Capture The Nature Of The Canine In A Way No One Else Can. "heart And Soul" Is Another Addition To These Extremely Popular Images Several Of Which Are Sold Out At Publisher. The Subject Of "heart And Soul" Is A Black Labrador Puppy, Whose Loyal Affection And High-spirited Good Nature Are Apparent At First Glance.??about The Artist - John Weiss ?i Enjoy Painting Things People Can Relate To,? John Weiss Says, ?perhaps Because I Can Relate To Them Myself. They?re Familiar Things, Part Of An Everyday Life We Can Understand And Enjoy.? Weiss Developed This Appreciation During His Childhood In Akron, Ohio. His Father Was A Draftsman To Whom John Credits His Disciplined Approach To Art. He Drew Throughout His Childhood And Developed His Skill In High School Art Classes. On A Trip To Maine, He Saw An Exhibit Of Andrew Wyeth?s Work, Which Inspired Him To Pursue Art While Attending Kent State University. Weiss Left College After Two Years To Go Into The Landscape Business, But He Returned To Full-time Painting Within Four Years. ?my Work Is Essentially Self-taught,? He Maintains. ?i Study The Work Of Artists I Admire And Learn From Their Methods And Techniques. I Studied Color Theory By Referring To A Color Wheel And Mixing Paints. Experience Is The Best Teacher.? Weiss Persevered With His Study And His Dedication Has Paid Off. Today His Paintings Of Dogs And Of Horses Have An Avid And Loyal Following. ?word Of Mouth Has Resulted In My Works Being Sold All Over The World,? He Says. ?there Was Even One Portrait Of A Dog That Was Presented To Queen Elizabeth By Lady Barlow.? Weiss? Work Is Exhibited Regularly And Recently He Won The ?cover Of The Year? Award From The National Dog Writers Association.

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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JOHN WEISS - THE GIFT

Lot 695W: JOHN WEISS - THE GIFT

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $270 - $360

Description: John Weiss - The Gift - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Print - Image Size: 20"w X 15"h. Limited Edition Of: 450 - "bad Things Do Happen; How I Respond To Them Defines My Character And The Quality Of My Life. I Can Choose To Sit In Sadness . . . Or I Can Choose To Rise From The Pain And Treasure The Most Precious Gift I Have - Life Itself." Walter Anderson With The Gift Of Life, It Becomes Possible For All Else To Fall Into Place. Each Of Us Gets To Decide What We Do With Our Lives, What We Use It For And How It Suits Us Best. Cancer Patients And Survivors Know Just How Quickly This Gift Can Slip Away And How Precious Another Tomorrow Can Be. Lori And John Weiss Appreciate "the Gift" First-hand. Through The Grace Of God, Personal Determination And The Discovery, Diagnosis And Treatment Of Her Breast Cancer At A Facility Like The Jean B And Milton N Cooper Cancer Center In Akron Oh, Lori Can Count Herself Among The Ever Growing Number Of Strong, Joyful And Appreciative Women Whose Gift Of Life Has Been Renewed. ?'the Gift' Celebrates The Purpose And Promise Of Cancer Treatment And Recovery - The Opportunity To Enjoy The Gifts Of Life, Hope, Family, Friendship And Another Tomorrow,? John Weiss Says. "this Journey Is One Full Of Anxiety And Fear, But When You To Have Faith In Your Strength To Take It On, To Face Down The Storm, You Will Realize That There Is A Bright Horizon And New Shoreline On Other Side." ?the Symbolism Of Three Generations In This Family Together At The Shore Is Not Only To Show That This Is Something That Affects Everyone, But Also To Relate That With Early Diagnosis And Treatment, There Is Every Opportunity To Have A Full And Complete Life. I Want People To Know That Together We Are Beating Cancer.? John Weiss Created "the Gift" To Support The Summa Foundation, Which Helps Support The Cooper Cancer Center, Where Lori Received Her Care And Treatment. Support From A Project Such As This Is Crucial To The Future Of Health And Cancer Care. It Allows The Pursuit Of Innovative Medical Research That Leads To Life Saving Technologies. Through The Years, Funds Raised By The Foundation Have Supported Research, Physician And Nursing Education, Medical Equipment, Patient Education Programs And So Much More.??about The Artist - John Weiss ?i Enjoy Painting Things People Can Relate To,? John Weiss Says, ?perhaps Because I Can Relate To Them Myself. They?re Familiar Things, Part Of An Everyday Life We Can Understand And Enjoy.? Weiss Developed This Appreciation During His Childhood In Akron, Ohio. His Father Was A Draftsman To Whom John Credits His Disciplined Approach To Art. He Drew Throughout His Childhood And Developed His Skill In High School Art Classes. On A Trip To Maine, He Saw An Exhibit Of Andrew Wyeth?s Work, Which Inspired Him To Pursue Art While Attending Kent State University. Weiss Left College After Two Years To Go Into The Landscape Business, But He Returned To Full-time Painting Within Four Years. ?my Work Is Essentially Self-taught,? He Maintains. ?i Study The Work Of Artists I Admire And Learn From Their Methods And Techniques. I Studied Color Theory By Referring To A Color Wheel And Mixing Paints. Experience Is The Best Teacher.? Weiss Persevered With His Study And His Dedication Has Paid Off. Today His Paintings Of Dogs And Of Horses Have An Avid And Loyal Following. ?word Of Mouth Has Resulted In My Works Being Sold All Over The World,? He Says. ?there Was Even One Portrait Of A Dog That Was Presented To Queen Elizabeth By Lady Barlow.? Weiss? Work Is Exhibited Regularly And Recently He Won The ?cover Of The Year? Award From The National Dog Writers Association.

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JOHN WEISS - TRUE COMPANIONS

Lot 1729W: JOHN WEISS - TRUE COMPANIONS

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $225 - $300

Description: John Weiss - True Companions - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Print - Image Size: 20 1/2"w X 20"h. Limited Edition Of: 550 - John Is Known Nationally As The Foremost Portrait Artist Of The Canine Species. His Intimate Observation Of The Animal Has Evolved Into An Insight Into Our Relationships With Them And Even Ourselves And, In The Case Of This Particular Painting, Himself. "true Companions" Is Homage To His Labrador Retriever, Maggie. Although John Does Not Paint Himself Into His Own Work, We Are Observing A Common Occurrence In His Own Backyard. While The Two Seem To Be Basking In The Warmth And Amber Glow Of The Evening?s Fire, Is It Possible That Something Else Deflects The Night?s Chill? In The Company Of His Steadfast Companion, A Moment That Could Be Considered Full Of Loneliness Becomes One Of Magic.??about The Artist - John Weiss ?i Enjoy Painting Things People Can Relate To,? John Weiss Says, ?perhaps Because I Can Relate To Them Myself. They?re Familiar Things, Part Of An Everyday Life We Can Understand And Enjoy.? Weiss Developed This Appreciation During His Childhood In Akron, Ohio. His Father Was A Draftsman To Whom John Credits His Disciplined Approach To Art. He Drew Throughout His Childhood And Developed His Skill In High School Art Classes. On A Trip To Maine, He Saw An Exhibit Of Andrew Wyeth?s Work, Which Inspired Him To Pursue Art While Attending Kent State University. Weiss Left College After Two Years To Go Into The Landscape Business, But He Returned To Full-time Painting Within Four Years. ?my Work Is Essentially Self-taught,? He Maintains. ?i Study The Work Of Artists I Admire And Learn From Their Methods And Techniques. I Studied Color Theory By Referring To A Color Wheel And Mixing Paints. Experience Is The Best Teacher.? Weiss Persevered With His Study And His Dedication Has Paid Off. Today His Paintings Of Dogs And Of Horses Have An Avid And Loyal Following. ?word Of Mouth Has Resulted In My Works Being Sold All Over The World,? He Says. ?there Was Even One Portrait Of A Dog That Was Presented To Queen Elizabeth By Lady Barlow.? Weiss? Work Is Exhibited Regularly And Recently He Won The ?cover Of The Year? Award From The National Dog Writers Association.

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Muticolor Glass Blown Letter Opener

Lot 1051060: Muticolor Glass Blown Letter Opener

by Government Auction

April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $60 - $120

Description: Gov. File: T-08571 Muticolor Glass Blown Letter Opener Asset Type: Collectable Shipping: $29.95

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John Wooden - Leadership - Plate Signature

Lot 1051102: John Wooden - Leadership - Plate Signature

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $105 - $210

Description: Gov. File: M-00693 John Wooden - Leadership - Plate Signature Collectible Shipping: $49.95

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JOHN LENNON ''Imagine'' Gold LP-Limited Edition

Lot 1051300: JOHN LENNON ''Imagine'' Gold LP-Limited Edition

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $390 - $780

Description: Gov. File: S-00145 JOHN LENNON "Imagine" Framed Gold Record Shipping: $24.95

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Magnifying Glass and Letter Opener  With Case

Lot 1051511: Magnifying Glass and Letter Opener With Case

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $414 - $828

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Adams, John

Lot 1: Adams, John

by Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles

April 19, 2014, 10:00 AM PST

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $15,000 - $20,000

Description: Adams, John. (1735-1836) 2nd President of the United States (1797-1801).Autograph letter signed as President, 1p, 9 x 8", Philadelphia, Feb. 22, 1799. To "Fr. Adr. Vanderkemp at Oldenbarneveldt. State of New York." In full: "Sir, I have just received your favour of the 20th of January: and am sensibly touched with the Remembrance of our learned and ingenious Friend whom I saw at the Red [Golden] Lyon in Leyden. I thank you for his Poems. Whether you will find Purchasers for the Edition of his juvenile Poems you meditate I cannot say. My Country I fear do not sufficiently attend to Greek and Latin after they leave Colledge - perhaps not there. I am with much Esteem Sir your most obedient John Adams." Fine condition.In 1780, John Adams became U.S. Minister to the Netherlands and gained early recognition of the fledgling United States, as well as much-needed loans. While there Adams made friends with intellectuals who were sympathetic to the American cause, among them Francis Adrian Van der Kemp, who Adams described to Thomas Jefferson as "the most elegant writer in the Dutch language." Adams spent time in the Golden Lion inn in Leyden with his new friends. In 1781, Van der Kemp published "A Collection of Tracts Relative to the United States," an espousal of the American cause, which earned him letters of introduction from Madison, Franklin, and Washington. In 1788, he left the Netherlands and settled in New York at Oldenbarneveldt, where he met Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and Alexander Hamilton, among others. He shared Washington's interest in scientific agriculture and visited Washington at Mount Vernon.In Leyden, Adams and Van der Kemp knew Laurens von Santen, who had written a children's book in Latin, Carmina Juvenilia. In 1799, Van der Kemp wrote to Adams, suggesting the publication of this work. Adams had reservations about the project, because he felt his countrymen weren't well versed in the classics, a situation which he greatly regretted, because Latin and Greek were of paramount importance to him. He felt that American democracy descended directly from its Roman and Greek counterparts, and his speeches abound with classical references. In 1779, when John Quincy Adams was studying for entrance to Harvard, John Adams read with him Aristotle, Plutarch, Lucian and Homer, as well as Horace, Virgil and Suetonius, and in John Adams' correspondence with Thomas Jefferson in their later years, the two men, who had been friends, then enemies, then friends again, would sometimes discuss the best translation of a phrase in Latin or Greek. An excellent letter from a truly learned man. The Arden Family Holdings of Beverly Hills. Estimated Value $15,000 - 20,000.

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Adams, John

Lot 2: Adams, John

by Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles

April 19, 2014, 10:00 AM PST

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $2,000 - $3,000

Description: Adams, John. Autograph document signed in the third person in the text, 1p, 4 x 6", Braintree, Dec. 22, 1763. Being a receipt written by Adams: "Braintree Decr 22nd 1763 Recd of John Adams Four Pounds Twelve Shillings of lawful Money in Part for an action commenced in favour of Capt Thatcher vs Elijah Beldus." The receipt is signed by Jonathan Webb, below which is a notation, "All but the signature in the hand writing of John Adams. C.F.A.," written by Charles Francis Adams (1807-86), editor, politician, and diplomat who was the son of John Quincy Adams and grandson of John Adams. He wrote a biography about his grandfather. Matted with a 4 1/4 x 3 1/4" engraving of John Adams and framed to an overall size of 21 1/4 x 15 1/4". The Arden Family Holdings of Beverly Hills. Estimated Value $2,000 - 3,000.

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Adams, John

Lot 3: Adams, John

by Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles

April 19, 2014, 10:00 AM PST

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $1,500 - $2,000

Description: Adams, John. John Adams signed end-paper from a book once in his library, 6 x 3 1/2". Page is affixed at three corners to left side of 6 1/2 x 7 1/2" paper with an image of Adams and biographical information. Page is foxed but Adams' signature is dark and bold. Estimated Value $1,500 - 2,000.

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Adams, John Quincy

Lot 4: Adams, John Quincy

by Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles

April 19, 2014, 10:00 AM PST

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $20,000 - $30,000

Description: Adams, John Quincy. (1767-1848) 6th President of the United States (1825-1829).Eloquent autograph letter signed as a member of the House of Representatives (where he served after leaving the presidency from 1831 until his death in 1848), 4pp, 10 x 8", Washington, February 19, 1839. Archival fold repairs, else fine. To renowned actor and Shakespearean scholar James H. Hackett (1800-1871), who became the first U.S. actor to appear abroad in 1826 when he performed at Covent Garden. He is best known for his performances in the role of Shakespeare's Falstaff. Both John Quincy Adams and Abraham Lincoln corresponded with him about Shakespeare's characters. The Philip Hone (1780-1851) to whom Adams refers was a wealthy, cultured merchant who was mayor of New York City from 1825 to 1826. He was friends with most of the political, artistic and scientific leaders of his day and was known for the diary he kept, which included a detailed account of the events of the period.Adams writes, in full: "Dear Sir, I return herewith your Tragedy of Hamlet with many thanks for the perusal of your manuscript notes, which indicate how thoroughly you have delved into the bottomless mine of Shakespeare's genius. I well remember the conversation more than seven years by gone, at Mr. Philip Hone's hospitable table, where at the casual introduction of the name of Hamlet the Dane, my enthusiastic admiration of the inspired (muse inspired) Bard of Avon commenced in childhood before the down had darkened my lip, and continued, through five of the seven ages of the drama of life, gaining upon the judgment as it loses to the imagination, seduced me to expatiate at a most intellectual and lovely convivial board, upon my views of the character of Hamlet until I came away ashamed of having engrossed an undue proportion of the conversation to myself. That my involuntary effusions and diffusions of mind on that occasion were indulgently viewed by Mr. Hone, so as to have remained with kindness upon his memory to this day is a source of much gratification to me, and still more pleasing is it to me that he should have thought any of the observations which fell from me at that time worthy of being mentioned to you. I look upon the Tragedy of Hamlet as the Master Piece of Drama-The Master Piece of Shakespeare-I had almost said the Master Piece of the Human mind. But I have never committed to writing the analysis of the considerations upon which this deliberate judgment has been formed. At the table of Mr. Hone I could give nothing but outlines and etchings. I can give no more now, snatching as I do from the morning lamp, to commune with a lover and worthy Representative of Shakespeare upon the glories of the immortal Bard. What is Tragedy? It is an imitative representation of human action and passion to purify the heart of the spectator, through the instrumentality of terror and pity. This in substance is the definition of Aristotle; and Pope's most beautiful lines, in the prologue to Cato, are but an expansion of the same idea. Hamlet-- is the personification of Man, in the prime of life, with a mind cultivated by the learning acquirable at an University, combining intelligence and sensibility, in their highest degree, within a step of the highest station attainable upon earth, crushed to extinction, by the pressure of calamities inflicted not by nature but against nature - not by physical but by moral evil. Hamlet is the Heart and Soul of Man, in all their perfection and all their frailty, in agonizing conflict with human crime also in its highest pre­eminence of guilt. Hamlet is all Heart, and all Soul. His ruling passions are filial affection, youthful love--manly ambition. His commanding principles are filial duty--generous friendship--Love disappointed and subdued ambition and Life sacrificed to avenge his father. Hamlet's right to the throne has been violated, and his darkest suspicions roused by the marriage of his mother with his uncle so speedily succeeding his father's death. His love is first trammelled by conflicting pride of his birth and station operating upon his ambition, and although he has 'made many tenders of his affection' to Ophelia, and 'hath importun'd her with love in honorable fashion,' yet he has made no proposal of marriage to her--he has promised her nothing but love and, cautioned both by her brother and her father, she meets the advances of Hamlet with repulsion. Instead of attributing this to its true cause, he thinks she spurns his tenderness. In his enumeration of the sufferings which stimulate to suicide he names 'the pangs of despised Love' and his first experiment of assumed madness, is made upon her. He treats her with a revolting mixture of ardent passion of gross indelicacy and of rudeness, little short of brutality--at one moment, he is worshiping at her feet, at the next insulting her with coarse indecency--at the third, taunting her with sneering and sarcastic advice to go to a nunnery. And is this the language of splendid intellect, in alliance with acute feeling? Aye, under the insupportable pressure of despised love; combined with a throne lost by usurpation--a father murdered by a mother and an uncle; an incestuous marriage between the criminals, and the apparition from the eternal world, of his father's Spirit, commanding him to avenge the dead. The revelation from the ghost caps the climax of calamity. It unsettles that ardent and meditative mind--you see it in the tone of levity instantly assumed upon the departure of the 'perturbed Spirit.' You see it in the very determination to 'put on an antic disposition.' It is the expedient of a deadly, but irresolute purpose. He will execute the command of his father, but he will premeditate the time, the place, the occasion, and to fore-arrange the most convenient opportunity, will feign occasional madness with intervals of clear and steady rational conversation. And thus it is that 'the native hue of resolution is sicklied o'er with the pale cast of thought.' This perpetual action and reaction between the mind and the heart; the feeling spurring him on, and the reflection holding him back, constitute that most admirable portrait of human nature in its highest estate, little lower than the angels, little above the Hottentot of the African cape, which pervades every part of the character and conduct of Hamlet. The habitual turn of his mind is to profound meditation. He reflects upon life, upon death, upon the nature of man, upon the physical composition of the Universe. He indulges in minute criticism upon the performance of the players; he reads and comments upon a satire of Juvenal; he quibbles with a quibbling grave-digger--commemorates the convivial attractions of an old jovial table companion, whose bones the good man Delver turns up in digging the grave for Ophelia, and philosophizes upon the dust of imperial Caesar, metamorphosed into the bung of a beer barrel. During all this time he is charged with the command of his father, risen from the dead, to take the life of his murderer to execute divine justice in the punishment of his crime. He is firmly resolved to execute this command Has frequent opportunities for the execution of it which he suffers to escape him; and is constantly reproaching himself for his delays. He shrewdly detects and ingeniously disconcerts the practices of the murderers against his life, discloses to his mother his knowledge of her guilt. Kills Polonius most rashly pretending to kill a rat, and intending to kill the king, whom he supposes to be the person behind the arras, and to have been there listening and overhearing his terrible expostulations with his mother. When he discovers that the person he has killed was, not the king but Polonius, instead of compunction and remorse, he begins by a cruel joke upon the dead body and finishes by an apologetic burst of indignation at the wretched, rash, intruding fool, who had hidden himself behind the arras, to overhear his interview with his mother. Yet the man whom he has killed is the father of Ophelia, whom he loves to distraction; and whose madness and death are immediate consequences of this murder of her father. Shakespeare has taken care not to bring Hamlet and Ophelia into the presence of each other after this event. He takes no notice at the grave-digging scene, that the grave over which he so pathetically and humorously disserts upon the bones of Yorick, the kings jester, was about to receive the corpse of Ophelia. Afterwards, at the funeral scene, he treats Laertes as roughly, but finally apologizes to him and desires him to attribute his violence and unkind treatments to his madness. The reasoning faculty of Hamlet is at once sportive, sorrowful, indignant and melancholy. His reflections always take the tinge of the passion under which he is labouring, but his conduct is always governed by the impulse of the moment. Hence his madness as you have remarked is sometimes feigned, and sometimes real. His feigned madness, Polonius, without seeing through it, perceives has method in it. His real madness is towering Passion-- transient, momentary, the furor brevis which was the ancient definition of anger. It overwhelms at once the brightest Genius, the soundest Reason, and the kindliest heart that ever was exhibited in combination upon the Stage. It is Man in the ideal perfection of his intellectual and moral nature, struggling with calamity beyond his power to bear, inflicted by the crime of his fellow man--struggling with agonizing energies against it--sinking under it, to extinction. What can be more terrific? What can be more piteous? This is the hasty outline of my view of the character of Hamlet. I regret that time will not allow me to fill the canvas with lights and shades borrowed from the incidents and Dialogue of the Play. But after bestowing so much of my own tediousness upon you, I can only repeat my thanks for the perusal of your own very ingenious comments upon this incomparable Tragedy; and add the assurance of my best wishes, for your health and happiness, and of my cordial sympathies with your devotion to the memory of the immortal Bard. John Quincy Adams." The content clearly exhibits Adams' renowned intellect and passion for the arts. James Henry Hackett (1800-1871) became the first U.S. actor to appear abroad in 1826 when he performed at Covent Garden. He is best known for his performances as Shakespeare's Falstaff. Both John Quincy Adams and Abraham Lincoln corresponded with him about Shakespeare's characters. Estimated Value $20,000 - 30,000.

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Kennedy, John F

Lot 39: Kennedy, John F

by Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles

April 19, 2014, 10:00 AM PST

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $8,000 - $10,000

Description: Kennedy, John F. (1917-1963) 35th President of the United States (1961-1963). Typed letter signed ("John Kennedy") as President, 1p, on White House stationery, 9 1/2 x 6 1/2", Washington, Nov. 30, 1962. To Commissioner T.A.M. Craven, Federal Communications Commission, regarding space communications. FineIn part: "I am pleased...that you will be able to continue to serve the Commission and your Government as one of its key representatives at the forthcoming Extraordinary Administrative Radio Conference on Space Communications in Geneva next October. As you know, all of us in this Administration place the highest priority on the program, already well-advanced, to bring into being at the earliest practicable date an operational global satellite communications system. In this, you have already played a most important role and it is, therefore, gratifying to know that we will continue to have the benefit of your years of experience and wise counsel in this highly complex field. The ultimate success of this program will depend upon our ability to secure international agreement upon frequencies to be allocated to this service. The fact that you are willing to undertake this added assignment after concluding over thirty-six years of distinguished federal service is indeed a tribute to your devotion to duty...."As a senator, JFK had thought that the space program was a waste of money. Even as President, three weeks before Gagarin's flight, he had decided against funding the Apollo project, and, in fact, wanted to scrap NASA. What a difference the Russian's 108 minute orbit of the Earth made, or more precisely, the world's reaction to it. Winning in space suddenly became a political imperative.The letter is matted with a color photo of JFK and a three-inch Presidential medallion and framed to an overall size of 23 1/2 x 26". Buyer will probably want to replace the frame, which has numerous nicks, not affecting the very fine letter. Ex Superior, Nov. 18, 1995, Lot 185 The Arden Family Holdings of Beverly Hills. Estimated Value $8,000 - 10,000.

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Monroe, James and John Quincy Adams

Lot 57: Monroe, James and John Quincy Adams

by Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles

April 19, 2014, 10:00 AM PST

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,200

Description: Monroe, James and John Quincy Adams. Partly-printed document signed as President and Secretary of State, 1p, vellum, 14 1/2 x 11", Washington, Jan. 4, 1822. A ship's paper for the ship Virginia of New York, with Charles Reese as master, mounted with no guns and navigated with twelve men, allowing the ship "To Pass with her Company Passengers Goods and Merchandize without any hinderance seisure or molestation...." Countersigned by Jonathan Thompson, Collector of the Port of New York. Official seal is at lower left. Very good; considerable age yellowing to vellum. Monroe's signature is of medium boldness, with some fading to the "roe"; Adams' signature is bold. The lovely naval engravings are traversed by one vertical fold and a bit of foxing at edges. The Arden Family Holdings of Beverly Hills. Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,200.

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Monroe, James and John Quincy Adams

Lot 58: Monroe, James and John Quincy Adams

by Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles

April 19, 2014, 10:00 AM PST

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,200

Description: Monroe, James and John Quincy Adams. Partly-printed document signed by Monroe as President and by Adams as Secretary of State, 1p, 17 x 20", Washington, Jan. 2, 1822. Appointing Alexander Burton of Pennsylvania as Consul of the U.S. at the port of Oporto in Portugal, and requesting that "His Majesty the King of Portugal Brazil and Algarves [John VI] his Governors and Officers to permit the said Alexander Burton fully and peaceably to enjoy the said office, without giving, or suffering to be given unto him, any molestation or trouble, but...to afford him all proper countenance and assistance..." Light soiling and one closed tear at lower edge. Bold signatures by both men. The Arden Family Holdings of Beverly Hills. Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,200.

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Galsworthy, John

Lot 231: Galsworthy, John

by Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles

April 19, 2014, 10:00 AM PST

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $150 - $200

Description: Galsworthy, John. (1867-1933) English novelist and playwright; one of the most popular English novelists and dramatists of the early 20th century. Autograph letter signed, 2pp, 8 x 5", Bury House, Bury, nr. Pulborough, Sussex, Mar. 29, 1927. Galsworthy thanks an unidentified man for the letter that he "...just received on my return from South Africa. It gave me much pleasure to read of your appreciation. I know the firm of Alfred Knopf in New York very well, and shall be very interested to read his edition of Frank Thiess's work...." In a postscript, he thanks the writer for having his letter translated, since Galsworthy does not read German. Fine. The Arden Family Holdings of Beverly Hills. Estimated Value $150 - 200.

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JOHN LENNON ''Imagine'' Gold LP-Limited Edition

Lot 1052146: JOHN LENNON ''Imagine'' Gold LP-Limited Edition

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April 20, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $390 - $780

Description: Gov. File: S-00145 JOHN LENNON "Imagine" Framed Gold Record Shipping: $24.95

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John Wooden - Leadership - Plate Signature

Lot 1052213: John Wooden - Leadership - Plate Signature

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April 20, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $105 - $210

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First Spouse 2008 Louisa Adams Proof

Lot 195357872: First Spouse 2008 Louisa Adams Proof

by LA Gems & Diamonds

April 20, 2014, 8:15 AM PST

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $1,300 - $1,400

Description: First Spouse 2008 Louisa Adams Proof **|**|** First Spouse 2008 Louisa Adams Proof

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Pete Townshend Autographed Guitar

Lot 50B: Pete Townshend Autographed Guitar

by Tim's Auctions Inc.

April 20, 2014, 4:00 PM EST

Bristol, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $2,500 - $3,500

Description: To Benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital; Epiphone "Les Paul" Guitar autographed by famed rocker Pete Townshend of The Who! Wow, it doesn't get better than this one! Guitar comes with certificate of authenticity. This guitar is being auctioned to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. We have been collecting for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital since the passing of Peter W. Chapulis, in his memory. We are proud to announce that we have raised $66,000.00 to date for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital! We thank all of our loyal customers for helping to make this happen!

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Vanilla Fudge Autographed Guitar

Lot 50C: Vanilla Fudge Autographed Guitar

by Tim's Auctions Inc.

April 20, 2014, 4:00 PM EST

Bristol, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $800 - $1,200

Description: To Benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital; Squier Fender Black and White Guitar signed by the Rock N Roll Band, Vanilla Fudge! Autograph Signatures include Vinny Martell and Mark Stein. 4 signatures total on guitar, comes with a certificate of authenticity. This guitar is being auctioned to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. We have been collecting for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital since the passing of Peter W. Chapulis, in his memory. We are proud to announce that we have raised $66,000.00 to date for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital! We thank all of our loyal customers for helping to make this happen!

Condition Report: We strive to provide accurate, objective and fair information on all lots for sale, and we are happy to provide condition statements as a courtesy to our clients. Please keep in mind that any condition statement is merely an opinion, not a statement of fact, and all lots are sold "as is." TimÍs Inc. Auctions shall have no responsibility for any error or omission and neither TimÍs Inc. Auctions nor any consignor makes any warranties or representation of any kind or nature with respect to the property, and in no event shall they be responsible for the correctness, nor deemed to have made any representation or warranty, of description, genuineness, authorship, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin, or condition of the property and no statement made at the sale, or in the bill of sale, or invoice or elsewhere shall be deemed such a warranty of representation or an assumption of liability.

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Les Paul Autographed Guitar

Lot 50E: Les Paul Autographed Guitar

by Tim's Auctions Inc.

April 20, 2014, 4:00 PM EST

Bristol, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $1,600 - $2,000

Description: To Benefit The Lyeum of Terryville, CT; Epiphone "Les Paul" Guitar autographed by Les Paul! This guitar comes with a certificate of authenticity. Les Paul was a legendary American jazz, country and blues guitarist, songwriter, luthier and inventor. Among his many honors, Paul is one of a handful of artists with a permanent, stand-alone exhibit in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He was one of the pioneers of the solid-body electric guitar, which made the sound of rock and roll possible and is also included in the National Inventors Hall of Fame. He is also credited with many recording innovations. He recorded with his wife, Mary Ford, in the 1950's, and enjoyed 94 years with us before his passing in 2009. This guitar is being auctioned to benefit The Lyceum of Terryville, CT.

Condition Report: We strive to provide accurate, objective and fair information on all lots for sale, and we are happy to provide condition statements as a courtesy to our clients. Please keep in mind that any condition statement is merely an opinion, not a statement of fact, and all lots are sold "as is." TimÍs Inc. Auctions shall have no responsibility for any error or omission and neither TimÍs Inc. Auctions nor any consignor makes any warranties or representation of any kind or nature with respect to the property, and in no event shall they be responsible for the correctness, nor deemed to have made any representation or warranty, of description, genuineness, authorship, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source, origin, or condition of the property and no statement made at the sale, or in the bill of sale, or invoice or elsewhere shall be deemed such a warranty of representation or an assumption of liability.

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Historically Important Letter Between Theodore Tilton and Henry Ward Beecher, 1870

Lot 414177: Historically Important Letter Between Theodore Tilton and Henry Ward Beecher, 1870

by Locati Auctions

April 21, 2014, 9:00 AM EST

Maple Glen, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $600

Description: A friendly letter from the journalist Tilton to the clergyman Beecher, both prominent abolitionists, written in 1870, informing Beecher of his intent to leave the newspaper. Also included is a handwritten copy of Tilton's poem "Red, White & Blue". Tilton and Beecher became famous for an adultery scandal in which Tilton accused his friend and associate Beecher of having inappropriate relations with his wife. From Wikipedia: "The subsequent trial, which resulted in a hung jury, was one of the most widely reported American trials of the century...The subsequent trials and hearings, in the words of Walter A. McDougall, "drove Reconstruction off the front pages for two and a half years" and became "the most sensational 'he said, she said' in American history"."

Condition Report: The letter is in very good condition aside from having been affixed to the poem. The poem exhibits some damage and soiling at the margins but is otherwise in good condition.

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Letter, John Parker Boyd, War of 1812

Lot 414180: Letter, John Parker Boyd, War of 1812

by Locati Auctions

April 21, 2014, 9:00 AM EST

Maple Glen, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $150 - $250

Description: A letter from John Parker Boyd acknowledging a general order, dated December 16 1814. From Wikipedia: "He [Boyd] served in the force sent to counter Shays' Rebellion, and resigned after three years in the Army to serve as a Soldier of Fortune in the army of the Nizam of Hyderabad, in Central India. After the British conquest ended the conflicts in which he had taken part, he disbanded his units, sold their equipment, and returned to the United States. When the War of 1812 broke out, Boyd initially commanded a brigade under Major General Henry Dearborn in Albany, New York and in action in the area around Plattsburgh. He was promoted to permanent Brigadier General in July. After leaving the Army in 1815 Boyd was involved in several business ventures. He was a founder of the Maine towns of Orneville and Medford."

Condition Report: The right margin of the letter has significant loss and water stains as pictured.

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A Signed Letter from Walt Disney Regarding Tesla Documentary

Lot 414181: A Signed Letter from Walt Disney Regarding Tesla Documentary

by Locati Auctions

April 21, 2014, 9:00 AM EST

Maple Glen, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $800 - $1,200

Description: A signed letter from Walt Disney to a Mr. Stiegler regarding a proposal for a film on the life of Nicola Tesla. Dated May 9, 1962. With original envelope stamped for Walt Disney.

Condition Report: Excellent aside from a few light pencil marks.

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A Letter Signed by Chief Justice John Marshall

Lot 414202: A Letter Signed by Chief Justice John Marshall

by Locati Auctions

April 21, 2014, 9:00 AM EST

Maple Glen, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $800 - $1,200

Description: Dated August 10, 1790, written to David Stuart concerning a request for information. Written and signed by John Marshall. The contents read "Dear Sir, I have written an letter of enquiry concerning your business in the Prince Edward district & on receiving an answer will immediately communicate to you what information may be given me. Very respectfully, Always your obedient J. Marshall". John Marshall served in the Revolutionary War with George Washington and spent the winter at Valley Forge. After the war he served in the Virginia Convention where he fought to ratify the Constitution, served as a Congressman for Virginia, and briefly served as Secretary of State before becoming one of the most influential Chief Justices of the Supreme Court in U.S. history. Together with a hand tinted engraving of Marshall published by Johnson, Fry & Company Publishers.

Condition Report: Toning, staining, creasing, minor losses, one 1 1/2" tear as well as a few small tears. Most of this damage is not on the area of the letter with the text and signature.

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A Philadelphia Document Dated 1792, Charles Pettit A.L.S.

Lot 414246: A Philadelphia Document Dated 1792, Charles Pettit A.L.S.

by Locati Auctions

April 21, 2014, 9:00 AM EST

Maple Glen, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $150

Description: A letter written and signed by Charles Pettit to John Nicholson regarding an issue with the estate of Joseph Reed. Charles Pettit was most notably a Pennsylvania delegate to the Confederation Congress from 1785 to 1787. Joseph Reed served as a delegate to the Continental Congress and as President of Pennsylvania's Supreme Executive Council.

Condition Report: The letter is toned and the paper is very brittle. There are significant tears along the crease lines (most of the way up the central vertical crease) and an area of loss to the side without the text. There are also a few stains and minor losses.

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Autograph Letter Signed, U.S. President Zachary Taylor

Lot 414312: Autograph Letter Signed, U.S. President Zachary Taylor

by Locati Auctions

April 21, 2014, 9:00 AM EST

Maple Glen, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $2,500 - $3,000

Description: A lengthy and important letter from former President Zachary Taylor to Thomas Ringgold regarding the severe flooding of the Mississippi River as well as Taylor's plans for the Mexican War. No date, but possibly from the spring of 1846. With integral address leaf in Taylor's hand and intact wax seal. See photographs for a full transcription. The lot includes an engraving of Taylor by J. Sartain for Graham's Magazine from a sketch made by Captain Eaton.

Condition Report: Very good aside from some expected discoloration. No tears or repairs.

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20th c. Adam-style Mahogany Sideboard

Lot 51: 20th c. Adam-style Mahogany Sideboard

by Robb Partners LLC

April 21, 2014, 10:30 AM EST

Bluffton, SC, USA

Estimated Price: $2,000 - $4,000

Description: 20th c. Adam-style Mahogany Sideboard. Shaped top over case with fluting and acanthus leaf accents, center drawer flanked by two doors, on tapered legs. 37 1/2"h x 68"w x 24"d.

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Sam Snead Autographed 8x10 Photo

Lot 9: Sam Snead Autographed 8x10 Photo

by Stanford & Son Auction Facility

April 21, 2014, 11:00 AM CST

Hamilton, MS, USA

Estimated Price: $10 - $50

Description: Sam Snead Autographed 8x10 Photo

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Pair of Adams style chairs with shaped front seats and tapered legs, 38

Lot 4284A: Pair of Adams style chairs with shaped front seats and tapered legs, 38" h

by William Bunch

April 22, 2014, 11:00 AM EST

Chadds Ford, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $400

Description: Pair of Adams style chairs with shaped front seats and tapered legs, 38" h

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Large collection of mostly Jeanette MacDonald publicity stills, scrapbooks, autographed letters, including her wedding photo to Gene...

Lot 4296: Large collection of mostly Jeanette MacDonald publicity stills, scrapbooks, autographed letters, including her wedding photo to Gene...

by William Bunch

April 22, 2014, 11:00 AM EST

Chadds Ford, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $400

Description: Large collection of mostly Jeanette MacDonald publicity stills, scrapbooks, autographed letters, including her wedding photo to Gene Raymond featuring Faye Wray & Ginger Rogers

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Douglas Bader A fine example of the Historic

Lot 6: Douglas Bader A fine example of the Historic

by Chaucer Covers & Auctions

April 22, 2014, 5:00 PM GMT

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £60 - £80

Description: Douglas Bader A fine example of the Historic Aviators cover dedicated to and autographed by the legendary charismatic air ace Group Captain Douglas Bader. Good condition

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Letter from SQUADRON LEADER WILLIAM JOHN STOREY

Lot 140: Letter from SQUADRON LEADER WILLIAM JOHN STOREY

by Chaucer Covers & Auctions

April 22, 2014, 5:00 PM GMT

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £15 - £20

Description: Letter from SQUADRON LEADER WILLIAM JOHN STOREY DFC RAAF. Ace with 8 confirmed air victories. Good condition

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Letter from SQUADRON LEADER JOHN ANTHONY SANDERSON

Lot 146: Letter from SQUADRON LEADER JOHN ANTHONY SANDERSON

by Chaucer Covers & Auctions

April 22, 2014, 5:00 PM GMT

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £15 - £20

Description: Letter from SQUADRON LEADER JOHN ANTHONY SANDERSON HALL DFC (Bar) RAF.8 confirmed night victories. Good condition

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Elton John signed irregularly shaped autograph

Lot 393: Elton John signed irregularly shaped autograph

by Chaucer Covers & Auctions

April 22, 2014, 5:00 PM GMT

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £10 - £20

Description: Elton John signed irregularly shaped autograph piece fixed to larger white page Good condition

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Adam Faith signed 6 x 4 size white card lightly

Lot 399E: Adam Faith signed 6 x 4 size white card lightly

by Chaucer Covers & Auctions

April 22, 2014, 5:00 PM GMT

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £6 - £12

Description: Adam Faith signed 6 x 4 size white card lightly fixed to A4 white sheet Good condition

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