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Cobb, Tyrus Raymond. Two handwritten letters regarding a biography & a book on baseball fundamentals

Lot 31: Cobb, Tyrus Raymond. Two handwritten letters regarding a biography & a book on baseball fundamentals

by Profiles in History

July 11, 2014, 11:00 AM PST

Calabasas, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $8,000 - $12,000

Description: 31. Cobb, Tyrus Raymond. A set of two handwritten letters regarding an authorized biography and a book on baseball fundamentals to be written by baseball’s greatest players, including Cobb himself, Eddie Collins, George Sisler, Michel Cochran, Joe Tinker and Joe Dugan, all of whom he mentions in the letter. The idea was to inform players how to hit and run bases like a pro. Included in the group:1-Autograph letter signed (“Ty”), 3 pages quarto, Menlo Park, California, 25 March 1946, on personal letterhead stationery to Stoney McLinn of Philadelphia. Cobb writes in full: Dear Stoney: I find most of what you had is right and good on base running. I have made some corrections, not many, have added some ideas also put in some elaborations & yet in next paragraph found you had covered it, so it is a little jumbled up and not bery orderly as I simply started without going over it & went on through. Now you cut out anything you wish and put it into proper order that suits you & will be O.K. with me. I dashed off some points and had it copied in ink which you will find enclosed & seperate [sic] from your typewritten matter. Take only what you want of this matter. As to batting stress the important things to begin with, position of hands, elbows away from body, the arm towards pitcher whether right handed hitter or left, elevated, bat must not be on shoulder, but back in proper position to hit only forward. Also position of feet. Use these fundamentals. Don’t try to use all I have outlined in the beginning. It would confuse and affect proper concentration. Use these fundamentals & never try to copy some favorite players stance or style. For instance just two players who got results but should never by copied, Simmons & Heine Groh as example. I like the batting thing. IF you can get these old boys lined up to do their positions. To them they were little things, position of body bent over on infield, position of feet, how to pull the ball in, blocking the ball, double plays, the proper throw manner or style, all such would be very interesting & would sell syndicate, book etc., and how about a short Radio instruction, Eddie Collins said so & so, Sisler, Cochrane, etc. Sure get Tinker and Frank Chance and Joe Dugan. Get all the best you can then if fail get someone good, not a fill in. Write those you haven’t secured. Tell them you wanted to get the true fundamentals of their position play back when they had the real fundamentals which many do not use or have today and you want them in book form for kids as present day kids dont get them and give them some question relative to each position play. Get in touch with good old Lobert and have hi come out and help you as to questions. He will & you can in that way get it all worked out in a couple of hours as one ball knows even if it isn’t his position. Good pictures, autographs and I believe the kids will go for it. Actual instructions outlined from the great players of the greatest era in baseball. Anything else just drop me a line. All kinds of luck and best wishes to Mrs. McLinn & yourself, I am, as ever…Cobb writes to his ghostwriter regarding a book covering baseball fundamentals, providing suggestions of a few of the great names in baseball history. Cobb says that he himself will write the sections on hitting and base running. A remarkable hitter, Cobb batted .320 in 1906, the first of 23 straight years in which he hit .300 or better. In that period, he led the league 12 times, 9 in a row. Three times he hit more than .400 in a season—a feat equaled by only two other players. A left-hander at the bat, he hunched himself in a knock-kneed crouch with his feet close together, grasping the thick-handled bat with his right hand about three inches from the knob and placing his left hand about six inches above the right. The sliding grasp gave him incredible control; he could poke the ball through the infield, deliberately foul it off, hit to any field, bunt precisely, or even swing from the heels without telegraphing his intentions to the opposing team. Cobb hopes to rise above the current slate of “baseball” books by coming out with his own, a compilation written by baseball’s great players of the greatest era in baseball.2-Autograph letter signed (“Ty”), 6 pages quarto, Nevada, 28 October 1952, on personal letterhead stationery to Stoney McLinn, Country Club Acres, Northfield, N.J. Cobb writes in part: Dear Stoney: I know you think me a hell of a guy. I pleaded guilty on some counts. I should have written you long ago, but possibly the delay might help in negotiations, etc. I am truly sorry as I know what [it] means to wait and expect an answer, etc. But Stoney you know that I would let no one else other than you do a book and we will exact every recompense possible. …Those jews are tough and develop some sensational angles to one’s discredit. The book I am in no way anxious but will do it. I would like it right and that would have to be our aim. I do feel there has been lots of garbled things not true that has been written, some down right rotten and damaging…I would like as I said to have something done that would clear up such as coming officially from me…The following is in confidence as am not ready for it to be known, though not sure that I have written you of it. Next year before July, I hope to have everything in order to announce a Ty Cobb educational fund in Georgia to finance worth high school graduates into higher educational institutions, university, technological and manual arts… It is not known whether Stoney McLinn ever completed a biography of Cobb. An authorized autobiography, prepared with the assistance of Al Stump, was published in 1961, entitled My Life in Baseball: The True Record. Other biographies included: The Tiger Wore Spikes (1956) by John McCallum, and The Story of Ty Cobb (1952) by Gene Schorr (mentioned in disgust by Cobb in the second letter herewith). $8,000 - $12,000

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Cobb, Tyrus Raymond. An interesting set of two handwritten letters.

Lot 33: Cobb, Tyrus Raymond. An interesting set of two handwritten letters.

by Profiles in History

July 11, 2014, 11:00 AM PST

Calabasas, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $8,000 - $12,000

Description: 33. Cobb, Tyrus Raymond. An interesting set of two handwritten letters remarking on his personal life for a biography years after his golden years. He also writes about legendary pitcher, Walter Johnson.Autograph letter signed (“Ty Cobb” and “Ty”), 7 pages quarto, Menlo Park, California, 21 February 1953, on personal letterhead stationery in green ink to a writer he calls “Darby”. Cobb writes to “Darby” regarding a biography he is working on. Cobb responds, giving consent for use of biographical material in Darby’s book, but regrets he can’t help out with any particular task. In a lengthy letter, Cobb, on his early amateur career, writes of the opposition he met from his father to baseball.Cobb writes in part: …I played amateur baseball in Royston, Ga. Without knowledge of my father. I wrote every club that was being formed as South Atlantic League had only one reply from Con Strouthers Mgr. Augusta Club, he extended the privilege of a try out if I paid all my expenses, rail fare and hotel also furnish own uniform. I was more than happy, his generous offer, I worked in their training period, not too many tryouts back that time 1904, first baseman Harry Bussey had some contract difficulties and was not allowed to play in first two games of opening of season, center fielder McMillan played first base and someone had to play in his position and there was no one else but me, no doubt you can dig up box scores of those first two games, I really did well, was only 17 years of age, naturally green, third game Bussey back at first base, McMillan in center and Cobb released, I was leading the club in hitting, the part about calling up my father and he saying not to come home a failure was very true and very unusual and unexpected as coming from my father, in explanation, he opposed my playing baseball as a profession, he was in position to get and did have an appointment to West Point, which was bondage to me and I opposed then it was to University of Ga. That he wanted me to go, I was not quite ready at 17, so I had signed contract, not of age, etc., my clothes packed, train leaving next morning, I had to announce my acts and desires to leave after dinner the night before I was to leave, early next morning, well it was up & down the floor, hands behind his back, and my father being an unusually well educated man and an outstanding orator, I probably heard the greatest arguments any boy ever heard against baseball and going straight on the downward path, associates, etc. it simply was not done in those days be southern boys, (professional baseball)…Then, Cobb writes about going to Amiston, Alabama to join the semi-pro league, and details the “peanut” incident, when he dropped a ball hit to him as he unsuccessfully tried to mask the fact the he was eating from a bag of peanuts hidden in his glove. Cobb continues about his eventual career in baseball, indicating I had no serious thoughts to make baseball a profession drifted along with the spirit of the club.Autograph letter signed (“Ty Cobb”), 1 page quarto, Menlo Park, California, 15 May 1955 on personal letterhead stationery in green ink to Dr. Turner.The legendary pitcher writes in full: Dear Dr. Turner: I feel much complemented the sentiments you express—also honored you would want my autograph—also that you should take time to remind me of happenings baseball wise of the past. I fully appreciate the great class and ability of the players you mention as having seen and followed—also in your expression of Detroit trying to beat ‘poor old Walter Johnson’—first I assure you when we were fortunate to win against Walter, it was with great effort—also when you use the world ‘poor’ I realize fully what you mean. Walter had to strive so hard and he had so little back of him, defensively and offensively for so many years of his career, only a few after he had lost his great ability did he enjoy a stronger club. Yes Walter was my idea of the best. I apologize for this for as you see its in character, a baseball, fan letter. With my kindest regards, I am, Sincerely, Ty Cobb.Nicknamed the Georgia Peach, Cobb was the greatest offensive player the game ever saw prior to Babe Ruth. Detroit Tiger outfielder, Ty Cobb, who put on his spikes for 24 years, set numerous records including a lifetime batting average of .366—the highest career batting average in baseball history. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936 for his achievements. In this final letter, he mentions pitcher Walter Johnson, known for his nearly invisible pitches, was thought to possess the fastest ball in the game. In 21 seasons with the Washington Senators, Johnson won 416 games. There was no pitching category in which he did not excel. Ty Cobb was supposed to have said that his greatest embarrassment was batting against Johnson on a dark day in Washington; the truth to Cobb’s statement is debatable, as the stats reveal that Cobb batted .335 in 67 games against Johnson. $8,000 - $12,000

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DEEP BRILLIANT CUT GLASS PITCHER. 10 1/4 IN H

Lot 1025: DEEP BRILLIANT CUT GLASS PITCHER. 10 1/4 IN H

by Dennis Auction Service

July 11, 2014, 4:00 PM EST

Stewartsville, NJ, USA

Estimated Price: $75 - $150

Description: DEEP BRILLIANT CUT GLASS PITCHER. 10 1/4 IN H

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GORHAM STERLING SILVER (24.16 TROY OZ) 5 PINT PITCHER. DATE MARK OF 1930. 9 7/8 IN TALL.

Lot 1074: GORHAM STERLING SILVER (24.16 TROY OZ) 5 PINT PITCHER. DATE MARK OF 1930. 9 7/8 IN TALL.

by Dennis Auction Service

July 11, 2014, 4:00 PM EST

Stewartsville, NJ, USA

Estimated Price: $600 - $1,200

Description: GORHAM STERLING SILVER (24.16 TROY OZ) 5 PINT PITCHER. DATE MARK OF 1930. 9 7/8 IN TALL.

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BLOWN GLASS PITCHER SHADED PINK TO GREEN. ENAMEL DECORATED WITH FLOWERS. PEWTER LID. 15 1/2 IN TALL.

Lot 1149: BLOWN GLASS PITCHER SHADED PINK TO GREEN. ENAMEL DECORATED WITH FLOWERS. PEWTER LID. 15 1/2 IN TALL.

by Dennis Auction Service

July 11, 2014, 4:00 PM EST

Stewartsville, NJ, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $400

Description: BLOWN GLASS PITCHER SHADED PINK TO GREEN. ENAMEL DECORATED WITH FLOWERS. PEWTER LID. 15 1/2 IN TALL.

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10 PCS WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE IN BLUE. COFFEE & TEA SET INCLUDING TEAPOT, COFFEE POT, CREAM, SUGAR (LID BROKEN & GLUED), SMALL PITCHER, 2 CUPS, AND 3 SAUCERS.

Lot 1188: 10 PCS WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE IN BLUE. COFFEE & TEA SET INCLUDING TEAPOT, COFFEE POT, CREAM, SUGAR (LID BROKEN & GLUED), SMALL PITCHER, 2 CUPS, AND 3 SAUCERS.

by Dennis Auction Service

July 11, 2014, 4:00 PM EST

Stewartsville, NJ, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $400

Description: 10 PCS WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE IN BLUE. COFFEE & TEA SET INCLUDING TEAPOT, COFFEE POT, CREAM, SUGAR (LID BROKEN & GLUED), SMALL PITCHER, 2 CUPS, AND 3 SAUCERS.

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5.2ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

Lot 848: 5.2ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

by Western Asset Reserve

July 12, 2014

Henderson, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $150 - $300

Description: Excellent Untreated grade 3 of 10 specimen; estimated Gem Guide wholesale $3120, estimated retail $9360; Africa origin

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5.2ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

Lot 848: 5.2ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

by Western Asset Reserve

July 12, 2014

Henderson, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $150 - $300

Description: Excellent Untreated grade 3 of 10 specimen; estimated Gem Guide wholesale $3120, estimated retail $9360; Africa origin

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2.96ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

Lot 1001: 2.96ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

by Western Asset Reserve

July 12, 2014

Henderson, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $105 - $210

Description: Excellent Untreated grade 3 of 10 specimen; estimated Gem Guide wholesale $592, estimated retail $1776; Africa origin

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2.96ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

Lot 1001: 2.96ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

by Western Asset Reserve

July 12, 2014

Henderson, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $105 - $210

Description: Excellent Untreated grade 3 of 10 specimen; estimated Gem Guide wholesale $592, estimated retail $1776; Africa origin

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1.85ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

Lot 1292: 1.85ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

by Western Asset Reserve

July 12, 2014

Henderson, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $60 - $120

Description: Excellent Untreated grade 3 of 10 specimen; estimated Gem Guide wholesale $370, estimated retail $1110; Africa origin

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1.85ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

Lot 1292: 1.85ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

by Western Asset Reserve

July 12, 2014

Henderson, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $60 - $120

Description: Excellent Untreated grade 3 of 10 specimen; estimated Gem Guide wholesale $370, estimated retail $1110; Africa origin

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Roman Glass Pitcher Replica

Lot 1602: Roman Glass Pitcher Replica

by Western Asset Reserve

July 12, 2014

Henderson, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $450 - $900

Description: Well crafted of reconstituted Roman glass pieces; 5"

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Roman Glass Pitcher Replica

Lot 1602: Roman Glass Pitcher Replica

by Western Asset Reserve

July 12, 2014

Henderson, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $450 - $900

Description: Well crafted of reconstituted Roman glass pieces; 5"

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5.76ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

Lot 2136: 5.76ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

by Western Asset Reserve

July 12, 2014

Henderson, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $165 - $330

Description: Excellent Untreated grade 3 of 10 specimen; estimated Gem Guide wholesale $3456, estimated retail $10368; Africa origin

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5.76ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

Lot 2136: 5.76ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

by Western Asset Reserve

July 12, 2014

Henderson, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $165 - $330

Description: Excellent Untreated grade 3 of 10 specimen; estimated Gem Guide wholesale $3456, estimated retail $10368; Africa origin

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7.86ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

Lot 2413: 7.86ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

by Western Asset Reserve

July 12, 2014

Henderson, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $240 - $480

Description: Excellent Untreated grade 3 of 10 specimen; estimated Gem Guide wholesale $4716, estimated retail $14148; Africa origin

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7.86ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

Lot 2413: 7.86ct Mocha/Green Chrysoberyl Catseye Cabochon Cut

by Western Asset Reserve

July 12, 2014

Henderson, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $240 - $480

Description: Excellent Untreated grade 3 of 10 specimen; estimated Gem Guide wholesale $4716, estimated retail $14148; Africa origin

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Porcelain Pitcher and Potschappel

Lot 620: Porcelain Pitcher and Potschappel

by Brunk Auctions

July 12, 2014, 9:00 AM EST

Asheville, NC, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $700

Description: BasketGerman, late 19th century: finely molded basket with latticework body and gilt loop handle with silvered bow, applied flowers and cats mounted on side rims, gilt-draped platform base with swag feet, base marked with "N" below a crown, probably Potschappel, Saxony, Germany, 12-1/4 x 11-3/4 x 9-1/2 in., [gilt losses especially at top of handle, small loss to flower on foot;] pitcher with leaf handle and gilt decoration, body with leaves and branches, flaring base with shell and leaf decoration, unmarked, probably German, 12 in., [gilt losses] . Provenance: Estate of Barbara M. Baker, Meadville, Pennsylvania

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Pair Meissen Porcelain Figures

Lot 668: Pair Meissen Porcelain Figures

by Brunk Auctions

July 12, 2014, 9:00 AM EST

Asheville, NC, USA

Estimated Price: $600 - $900

Description: Germany, late 19th/early 20th century, young man resting on a tree trunk and tapping a keg, finely molded and enameled, base with crossed swords mark, inscribed "F80", impressed "45", 6-3/4 in., [loss and old repair to top of spigot in left hand and lace on shirt, wear to fingers of right hand, possible old repairs to rim of black cap, crack to back of waistcoat in rear;] standing maiden with pitcher and funnel, filling a keg, crossed swords mark, "F80", impressed "52", 6-3/4 in., [two chips to base rim, losses to fringe on apron]

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Pablo Picasso

Lot 699: Pablo Picasso

by Brunk Auctions

July 12, 2014, 9:00 AM EST

Asheville, NC, USA

Estimated Price: $6,000 - $8,000

Description: (Spanish, 1881-1973)[Visage] (A.R. 611), 1969, edition 110/500, dated" '9.1.69" under handle, incised over black slip "Edition/ Picasso/110/500/Madoura", and stamped "Edition/ Picasso" and "Madoura Plein Feu", partially glazed ceramic pitcher, 11-5/8 in., strong colors, good condition. Provenance: Purchased by consignor at Madoura in 1971

Condition Report: strong colors, good condition

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Pablo Picasso

Lot 701: Pablo Picasso

by Brunk Auctions

July 12, 2014, 9:00 AM EST

Asheville, NC, USA

Estimated Price: $6,000 - $8,000

Description: (Spanish, 1881-1973)[Chope visage] (A.R. 434),1959, edition 159/300, incised over black slip "Edition/Picasso/159/300/Madoura", and stamped "Edition/Picasso" and "Madoura Plein Feu", ceramic pitcher with exterior unglazed slip decoration, glazed interior, 8-5/8 in., a few light surface abrasions. Provenance: Purchased by consignor at Madoura in 1971

Condition Report: a few light surface abrasions

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7.5 Inch Blue and White Pitcher

Lot 1093392: 7.5 Inch Blue and White Pitcher

by Government Auction

July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $225 - $450

Description: Gov. File: T-08819 7.5 Inch Blue and White Pitcher Asset Type: Collectable Shipping: $29.95

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7.5 Inch Blue and White Pitcher

Lot 1093392: 7.5 Inch Blue and White Pitcher

by Government Auction

July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $225 - $450

Description: Gov. File: T-08819 7.5 Inch Blue and White Pitcher Asset Type: Collectable Shipping: $29.95

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10.5'' Beer Pitcher

Lot 1093767: 10.5'' Beer Pitcher

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July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $345 - $690

Description: Gov. File: T-05460 10.5'' Beer Pitcher Asset Type: Collectable Shipping: $29.95

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10.5'' Beer Pitcher

Lot 1093767: 10.5'' Beer Pitcher

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July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $345 - $690

Description: Gov. File: T-05460 10.5'' Beer Pitcher Asset Type: Collectable Shipping: $29.95

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Multicolor Pitcher

Lot 1093811: Multicolor Pitcher

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July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $225 - $450

Description: Gov. File: T-08829 Multicolor Pitcher Asset Type: Collectable Shipping: $29.95

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Multicolor Pitcher

Lot 1093811: Multicolor Pitcher

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July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $225 - $450

Description: Gov. File: T-08829 Multicolor Pitcher Asset Type: Collectable Shipping: $29.95

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LARGE RARE ANTIQUE CHINESE GREEN FITZHUGH PORCELAIN PITCHER 1820S

Lot 190: LARGE RARE ANTIQUE CHINESE GREEN FITZHUGH PORCELAIN PITCHER 1820S

by Capitoline Auction Gallery

July 12, 2014, 10:00 AM EST

Clarksville, MD, USA

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

Description: LARGE RARE ANTIQUE CHINESE GREEN FITZHUGH PORCELAIN PITCHER CIRCA 1820S. 42 CM TALL. PROVENANCE - WASHINGTON DC ESTATE

Condition Report: GOOD CONDITION

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Dorothy Kindell Naughty Potter Grouping

Lot 29: Dorothy Kindell Naughty Potter Grouping

by Saucon Valley Auction Company

July 12, 2014, 11:00 AM EST

Bath, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: Includes (2)painted mugs, (1) unpainted mug, (1) martini glass (has small fleck to rim) and large pitcher measuring 8.5" x 9". All signed Dorothy Kindell

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Moser Style Lemonade Set

Lot 57: Moser Style Lemonade Set

by Saucon Valley Auction Company

July 12, 2014, 11:00 AM EST

Bath, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $50 - $100

Description: Includes lemonade pitcher with applied handle and painted floral design measuring 10.5"and (6) painted glasses measuring 4"

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Three Pieces of Cut Glass

Lot 215: Three Pieces of Cut Glass

by Link Auction Galleries

July 12, 2014, 10:00 AM CST

St. Louis, MO, USA

Estimated Price: $150 - $250

Description: Three Pieces of Cut Glass A pitcher, bottle decanter and scent bottle with stopper. Heights: 8 3/4 in., 7 3/8 in., 5 1/2 in.

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Brilliant Cut Glass Jug and Tall Compote

Lot 216: Brilliant Cut Glass Jug and Tall Compote

by Link Auction Galleries

July 12, 2014, 10:00 AM CST

St. Louis, MO, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $300

Description: Brilliant Cut Glass Jug and Tall Compote The pear shaped pitcher supported on round disc, the compote on prismatic stem. Heights: 14 3/8 in., 11 1/4 inches.

Condition Report: Each piece is in good condition; But, the pitcher seems to have a small loss at the very end of the handle on top, where it is folded down and attached to the body, as there seems to be about a 3/4 inch loss to the left side of that tip as it works down the body of the pitcher, and possibly from manufacturer, as there are no real sharp edges involved, and this was nearly missed, so very hard to notice this issue. Both cut with hobstar motifs. Tall compote has a prismatic stem with cut notches and the pitcher various notches on its neck.

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Watson Company, Attleboro, MA

Lot 261: Watson Company, Attleboro, MA

by Link Auction Galleries

July 12, 2014, 10:00 AM CST

St. Louis, MO, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $600

Description: Watson Company, Attleboro, MA Sterling silver water pitcher, pattern #1672, circa 1905-1927 Height 9 3/4 in., weight 24.5 troy ounces

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American brilliant cut glass pitcher

Lot 4190: American brilliant cut glass pitcher

by Clars Auction Gallery

July 12, 2014, 9:30 AM PST

Oakland, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: American brilliant cut glass pitcher, having a sawtooth rim and applied handle, 10"h

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(lot of 2) Porcelain group

Lot 4194: (lot of 2) Porcelain group

by Clars Auction Gallery

July 12, 2014, 9:30 AM PST

Oakland, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $150 - $250

Description: (lot of 2) Porcelain group, 19th century, consisting of a Royal Worcester pitcher in the Japonesque taste centering polychrome chrysanthemum sprays and having an applied gilt handle, 6"h; together with an earthenware individual tea pot in the Rococo taste, having bas relief scroll decoration and a recumbent dog finial, 3.5"h

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(lot of 28)  Studio pottery group

Lot 4275: (lot of 28) Studio pottery group

by Clars Auction Gallery

July 12, 2014, 9:30 AM PST

Oakland, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $150 - $250

Description: (lot of 28) Studio pottery group, including chargers, vases, pitchers, and lamps, many artist signed, tallest 12"h; Provenance: From the estate of Edward Gerber

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(lot of 14) Associated metal group, including a pair of brass duck bookends, a pair of filigree copper caskets, a pair of etched bra...

Lot 4285: (lot of 14) Associated metal group, including a pair of brass duck bookends, a pair of filigree copper caskets, a pair of etched bra...

by Clars Auction Gallery

July 12, 2014, 9:30 AM PST

Oakland, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: (lot of 14) Associated metal group, including a pair of brass duck bookends, a pair of filigree copper caskets, a pair of etched brass trays, and a hammered copper pitcher, largest 9"h. Provenance: From the estate of Edward Gerber

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ANTIQUE LARGE GERMAN POTTERY PITCHER w FACE

Lot 49: ANTIQUE LARGE GERMAN POTTERY PITCHER w FACE

by Elite Decorative Arts

July 12, 2014, 1:00 PM EST

Boynton Beach, FL, USA

Estimated Price: $600 - $800

Description: Antique German porcelain pitcher. Has a bearded man design to front with crest below. Raised floral design throughout. Mid to early 19th century. Measures 12 3/4" height (32.3cm).

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4 ANTIQUE PIECES OF MAJOLICA

Lot 220: 4 ANTIQUE PIECES OF MAJOLICA

by Elite Decorative Arts

July 12, 2014, 1:00 PM EST

Boynton Beach, FL, USA

Estimated Price: $50 - $100

Description: 4 ANTIQUE PIECES OF MAJOLICA Consisting of 3 pitchers, tallest being 9-1/2" tall (24.13cm) and 8" plate (20.32cm). Total weight of lot 2388g

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Seven Peoria IL Signed Pottery Jugs

Lot 169: Seven Peoria IL Signed Pottery Jugs

by Peachtree & Bennett

July 12, 2014, 3:00 PM PST

Atlanta, GA, USA

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Description: Assorted Peoria pottery articles including two crocks, three jugs, a vase and a pitcher Tallest measures 11"H

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Group Eight Early American Glass Objects

Lot 193: Group Eight Early American Glass Objects

by Peachtree & Bennett

July 12, 2014, 3:00 PM PST

Atlanta, GA, USA

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Description: Including: 3 urns, 3 vases, bowl, water pitcher and a compote. The tallest measures: 13 1/2"

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Group English Porcelain Plates Bowls

Lot 194: Group English Porcelain Plates Bowls

by Peachtree & Bennett

July 12, 2014, 3:00 PM PST

Atlanta, GA, USA

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Description: 22 pcs, consisting of 15 bowls and plates, including Wedgewood, Spode and unmarked. Five cups, a pitcher, and a swan form condiment dish. 5"H and less, 10"L and less.

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Set Austrian Hunt Scene Plates and Pitcher

Lot 294: Set Austrian Hunt Scene Plates and Pitcher

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July 12, 2014, 3:00 PM PST

Atlanta, GA, USA

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Description: Six hand painted plates. Measuring: 10"D The pitcher measures 7"H Pitcher signed A Heirich?

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Rose Medallion China

Lot 339: Rose Medallion China

by Peachtree & Bennett

July 12, 2014, 3:00 PM PST

Atlanta, GA, USA

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Description: 19th c. Consisting of 34 pieces, teapot, creamer, small pitcher with 18 cups, and 13 saucers. Note: small chip to rip of pitcher.

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Group Five Cranberry Glass Articles

Lot 375: Group Five Cranberry Glass Articles

by Peachtree & Bennett

July 12, 2014, 3:00 PM PST

Atlanta, GA, USA

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Description: Consisting of two pitchers, lidded dresser jar, and two stemmed vases. Tallest measures 9"H

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German Lidded Pitcher

Lot 377: German Lidded Pitcher

by Peachtree & Bennett

July 12, 2014, 3:00 PM PST

Atlanta, GA, USA

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Description: Relief decoration depicting fairy. Note : restoration to lid. 14"H X 5" Diameter

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Group Chinese Export Porcelain

Lot 414: Group Chinese Export Porcelain

by Peachtree & Bennett

July 12, 2014, 3:00 PM PST

Atlanta, GA, USA

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Description: 11 pcs including two dishes, three bowls, three cups, and three pitchers. Note: chip to one of the pitchers Tallest measures 5.25"H

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Five Pottery Articles

Lot 472: Five Pottery Articles

by Peachtree & Bennett

July 12, 2014, 3:00 PM PST

Atlanta, GA, USA

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Description: 4 pitchers including salt glazed pitcher depicting hunting scene, one marked "Bauer", one tulip motif pitcher (chip to spout), an unmarked red pitcher (chip to spout) and a clay bust of a bearded man with a hat.

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Group Early American Glass

Lot 478: Group Early American Glass

by Peachtree & Bennett

July 12, 2014, 3:00 PM PST

Atlanta, GA, USA

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Description: Lot 22 pcs includes 13 glass coasters, 3 small glass plates, 2 pitchers, glass bottle, cordial, glass base and a compote. The largest piece measures: 7" H X 10" D

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