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LEE, RICHARD HENRY Autograph letter granting land warrants to three Virginia Revolutionary War veterans. New York: 30 May 17...

Lot 261: LEE, RICHARD HENRY Autograph letter granting land warrants to three Virginia Revolutionary War veterans. New York: 30 May 17...

by Doyle New York

April 15, 2015, 10:00 AM EST

New York, NY, USA

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

Description: LEE, RICHARD HENRY Autograph letter granting land warrants to three Virginia Revolutionary War veterans. New York: 30 May 1789. One page autograph letter signed "Richard Henry Lee" on one sheet of folded paper, with integral blank, addressed to Major Alexander, Surveyor of Military Lands. 8 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches (22.5 x 19 cm). Usual folds, a very clean letter, puncture to integral blank where opened. This letter, written by Lee while president of the congress, provides warrants (not present) to Captain Lawrence Butler, Captain Reuben Briscoe and Lieutenant Thomas Hungerford for their service in the Continental Army. The letter was sent to Major William Alexander, Surveyor of Military Lands, and the men were likely granted western lands in the Northwest Territory. C 

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Fort Grant Exchange Token

Lot 5291: Fort Grant Exchange Token

by Holabird Western Americana

April 20, 2015, 8:00 AM PST

Reno, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $350

Description: Fort Grant // GF 50c Exchange City: Fort Grant State: Arizona, Circa: c 1895-1905

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Fort Grant Exchange Token

Lot 5292: Fort Grant Exchange Token

by Holabird Western Americana

April 20, 2015, 8:00 AM PST

Reno, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $350 - $1,500

Description: Fort Grant / GF 10c at exchange. NCS 5210157-017 City: Fort Grant State: Arizona, Circa:

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Hugh Grant. 10

Lot 476: Hugh Grant. 10"x8" signed picture. Excellent.

by Chaucer Covers & Auctions

April 4, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £10 - £12

Description: Hugh Grant. 10"x8" signed picture. Excellent.

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1922 ULYSSES GRANT COMMEMORATIVE SILVER HALF DOLLAR

Lot 147: 1922 ULYSSES GRANT COMMEMORATIVE SILVER HALF DOLLAR

by South Beach Auctions

March 31, 2015, 1:30 PM EST

Palm Beach, FL, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $300

Description: 1922 ULYSSES GRANT COMMEMORATIVE SILVER HALF DOLLAR

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Großbritannien - Eisenbahn [14 Stück]

Lot 2069: Großbritannien - Eisenbahn [14 Stück]

by HWPH Historisches Wertpapierhaus AG

April 20, 2015, 2:00 PM CET

Zorneding, Germany

Estimated Price: €60 - €90

Description: a) Liverpool Overhead Railway Company, 09.03.1897, 5 shares x £ 5; b) City of Glasgow Union Railway Company, August 1876, 10 preferential shares x £ 10; c) Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Manchester, 10.08.191?, Dividendenquittung; d) Midland Railway Company, Derby, 10.08.1917, Dividendenquittung; e) Great Western Railway, London, 22.02.1910, Dividendenquittung; f) Fishguard and Rosslare Railways and Harbours Company, 30.04.1942, Guaranteed Preference Stock Certificate über £ 1350; g) Mellis & Eye Railway Company, 186_, Blankett eines Aktienzertifikats; h) Glasgow, and South Western Railway Company, Glasgow, 185_, Blankett eines Certificate for Preference Stock, shares of £ 10 each; i) Ayr and Maybole Junction Railway, 04.06.1868, Interest Warrant über £ 20; j) Ayr and Maybole Junction Railway Company, 18_, Blankett eines Certificate for Additional Stock, £ 10 Shares; k) Paisley Barrhead & Hurlet Railway, Paisley, 19.01.1846, 5 shares; l) wie k), nur 184_, Blankett eines Certificate for 20 Shares x £ 25; m) Great Northern Railway Company, Salford, 01.07.1846, 1 share of £ 25; n) Ramsgate & Margate Tramways Company, 18.12.1883, Mortgage Debenture über £ 20.Countries:GroßbritannienRegion:Europa

Condition Report: VF

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Lot 1029: A Grant's of Dalvey pocket flask, in fitted case.

by Golding Young & Mawer

April 1, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Grantham, United Kingdom

Description: A Grant's of Dalvey pocket flask, in fitted case.

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A pearlware Toby jug of Yorkshire type, circa 1800

Lot 440: A pearlware Toby jug of Yorkshire type, circa 1800

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

April 15, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £200 - £300

Description: A pearlware Toby jug of Yorkshire type, circa 1800, typically modelled seated with a foaming jug of ale, 25.5cm high Provenance: Ex-lot 21, Christie's, 15th Feb. 1996.

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A pearlware Toby jug of Yorkshire type, circa 1800

Lot 442: A pearlware Toby jug of Yorkshire type, circa 1800

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

April 15, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Newbury, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £200 - £300

Description: A pearlware Toby jug of Yorkshire type, circa 1800, typically modelled seated with a foaming jug of ale, 25cm high

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President Grant Memorial Ribbon

Lot 3383: President Grant Memorial Ribbon

by Holabird Western Americana

April 17, 2015, 8:00 AM PST

Reno, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $600

Description: Grand Army of the Republic ribbon. In Memoriam U. S. Grant Post No. 5, Philadelphia, Penn. Grant died in 1885. From Needham Collection City: Philidelphia State: Pennsylvania, Circa:

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Armani Porcelain Figurines Lot of 2.

Lot 388: Armani Porcelain Figurines Lot of 2.

by Philip Weiss Auctions

April 9, 2015, 10:00 AM EST

Lynbrook, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $75 - $225

Description: includes Lady with Yorkshire adn Brief Encounter - Lady with Bull Dog. Approx 13 tall. Nice overall condition. Examine

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Signature of Warrant Officer Peter Fox 56 Squadron Battle of Britain. Plus

Lot 252: Signature of Warrant Officer Peter Fox 56 Squadron Battle of Britain. Plus

by Chaucer Covers & Auctions

April 4, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £10 - £15

Description: Signature of Warrant Officer Peter Fox 56 Squadron Battle of Britain. Plus personal account of combat published in The Daily Mail in 1990. Good condition

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1922 Grant Commemorative Half Dollar

Lot 103: 1922 Grant Commemorative Half Dollar

by Mebane Antique Auction

April 18, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Mebane, NC, USA

Estimated Price: $1

Description: AU55; Raw Net Grade; Private NC Collection

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FARRER (Reginald) In a Yorkshire Garden, London: Edward Arnold, 1909; Alpines and Bog Plants, 1908; Among the Hills, London: H...

Lot 498: FARRER (Reginald) In a Yorkshire Garden, London: Edward Arnold, 1909; Alpines and Bog Plants, 1908; Among the Hills, London: H...

by Cheffins

April 2, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Cambridge, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £80 - £120

Description: FARRER (Reginald) In a Yorkshire Garden, London: Edward Arnold, 1909; Alpines and Bog Plants, 1908; Among the Hills, London: Headley Brothers, and others, Farrer (9)

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Mackenzie Thorpe 'TO THE JOB' Lithograph

Lot 100009: Mackenzie Thorpe 'TO THE JOB' Lithograph

by Universal Live Auctions

April 9, 2015, 2:00 PM CST

Northbrook, IL, USA

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Description: Artist: Mackenzie ThorpeTitle: To the JobMedium: Lithograph on PaperOrientation: horizontalImage Size: 20 x 15 inchesPaper Size: 24 x 19.5 inchesEdition Size: 200: Signed by the artist, individually numbered, accompanied by certificate of authenticity signed by the publisher.BiographyInternationally renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe was raised in the industrial town of Middlesbrough in the 1950s, where his father worked as a laborer and his mother as an auxiliary nurse. Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about this period in his life. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the warmth and humor that flourished in the face of adversity, as well as the loneliness and isolation. The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age and remains with Mackenzie today. As a child, he would seek out whatever raw materials he could find, drawing on cigarette packs with stubs of pencils, or using eye-shadow and lipstick illicitly obtained from his mum's makeup bag. Struggling with dyslexia throughout his childhood, Mackenzie found confidence in painting and drawing. Unsurprisingly, he left school without formal qualifications, taking on a variety of manual, unskilled jobs while continuing to draw and paint. Mackenzie eventually got the courage to enter the local art college. His lack of education and a barely readable application did nothing to warrant support, but the strength and volume of work that Mackenzie presented, coupled with his enthusiasm and commitment, won him a place at the Middlesbrough College of Art and, subsequently, the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. After leaving art school, he spent several years working with inner-city children in London before moving to North Yorkshire to set up a studio and gallery with his wife, Susan, and children, Owen and Chloe. Since then, he has become one today's most collected and sought-after artists. His works express an entire range of human emotion, from the special bond of love and friendship, to the importance of self-reflection and individual triumphs. His works are a tribute to the creativity within us all and are a vivid expression of hope and the human spirit. Mackenzie's perspective on life is clear. He doesn't hide the fact that often life is a struggle, a dark tunnel which can seem endless. However, he passionately believes that our frail dreams are worth nurturing and that love and honesty will triumph over adversity.

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Mackenzie Thorpe 'A New Child' Painted Cast Resin

Lot 100022: Mackenzie Thorpe 'A New Child' Painted Cast Resin

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April 9, 2015, 2:00 PM CST

Northbrook, IL, USA

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Description: Artist: Mackenzie Thorpe Title: A New Child Medium: Hand Painted Cast Resin Dims: 9.25" x 11" x 11" Edition: 395 Arabic BiographyInternationally renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe was raised in the industrial town of Middlesbrough in the 1950s, where his father worked as a laborer and his mother as an auxiliary nurse. Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about this period in his life. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the warmth and humor that flourished in the face of adversity, as well as the loneliness and isolation. The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age and remains with Mackenzie today. As a child, he would seek out whatever raw materials he could find, drawing on cigarette packs with stubs of pencils, or using eye-shadow and lipstick illicitly obtained from his mum's makeup bag. Struggling with dyslexia throughout his childhood, Mackenzie found confidence in painting and drawing. Unsurprisingly, he left school without formal qualifications, taking on a variety of manual, unskilled jobs while continuing to draw and paint. Mackenzie eventually got the courage to enter the local art college. His lack of education and a barely readable application did nothing to warrant support, but the strength and volume of work that Mackenzie presented, coupled with his enthusiasm and commitment, won him a place at the Middlesbrough College of Art and, subsequently, the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. After leaving art school, he spent several years working with inner-city children in London before moving to North Yorkshire to set up a studio and gallery with his wife, Susan, and children, Owen and Chloe. Since then, he has become one today's most collected and sought-after artists. His works express an entire range of human emotion, from the special bond of love and friendship, to the importance of self-reflection and individual triumphs. His works are a tribute to the creativity within us all and are a vivid expression of hope and the human spirit. Mackenzie's perspective on life is clear. He doesn't hide the fact that often life is a struggle, a dark tunnel which can seem endless. However, he passionately believes that our frail dreams are worth nurturing and that love and honesty will triumph over adversity.

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Mackenzie Thorpe 'TO THE JOB' Lithograph

Lot 100042: Mackenzie Thorpe 'TO THE JOB' Lithograph

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April 9, 2015, 2:00 PM CST

Northbrook, IL, USA

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Description: Artist: Mackenzie ThorpeTitle: To the JobMedium: Lithograph on PaperOrientation: horizontalImage Size: 20 x 15 inchesPaper Size: 24 x 19.5 inchesEdition Size: 200: Signed by the artist, individually numbered, accompanied by certificate of authenticity signed by the publisher.BiographyInternationally renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe was raised in the industrial town of Middlesbrough in the 1950s, where his father worked as a laborer and his mother as an auxiliary nurse. Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about this period in his life. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the warmth and humor that flourished in the face of adversity, as well as the loneliness and isolation. The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age and remains with Mackenzie today. As a child, he would seek out whatever raw materials he could find, drawing on cigarette packs with stubs of pencils, or using eye-shadow and lipstick illicitly obtained from his mum's makeup bag. Struggling with dyslexia throughout his childhood, Mackenzie found confidence in painting and drawing. Unsurprisingly, he left school without formal qualifications, taking on a variety of manual, unskilled jobs while continuing to draw and paint. Mackenzie eventually got the courage to enter the local art college. His lack of education and a barely readable application did nothing to warrant support, but the strength and volume of work that Mackenzie presented, coupled with his enthusiasm and commitment, won him a place at the Middlesbrough College of Art and, subsequently, the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. After leaving art school, he spent several years working with inner-city children in London before moving to North Yorkshire to set up a studio and gallery with his wife, Susan, and children, Owen and Chloe. Since then, he has become one today's most collected and sought-after artists. His works express an entire range of human emotion, from the special bond of love and friendship, to the importance of self-reflection and individual triumphs. His works are a tribute to the creativity within us all and are a vivid expression of hope and the human spirit. Mackenzie's perspective on life is clear. He doesn't hide the fact that often life is a struggle, a dark tunnel which can seem endless. However, he passionately believes that our frail dreams are worth nurturing and that love and honesty will triumph over adversity.

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Mackenzie Thorpe 'WINTER ROMANCE' Lithograph

Lot 100077: Mackenzie Thorpe 'WINTER ROMANCE' Lithograph

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April 9, 2015, 2:00 PM CST

Northbrook, IL, USA

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Description: Artist: Mackenzie ThorpeTitle: Winter RomanceMedium: Lithograph on PaperOrientation: squareImage Size: 15 x 15 inchesPaper Size: 19 x 19.5 inchesEdition Size: 100: Signed by the artist, individually numbered, accompanied by certificate of authenticity signed by the publisher.BiographyInternationally renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe was raised in the industrial town of Middlesbrough in the 1950s, where his father worked as a laborer and his mother as an auxiliary nurse. Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about this period in his life. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the warmth and humor that flourished in the face of adversity, as well as the loneliness and isolation. The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age and remains with Mackenzie today. As a child, he would seek out whatever raw materials he could find, drawing on cigarette packs with stubs of pencils, or using eye-shadow and lipstick illicitly obtained from his mum's makeup bag. Struggling with dyslexia throughout his childhood, Mackenzie found confidence in painting and drawing. Unsurprisingly, he left school without formal qualifications, taking on a variety of manual, unskilled jobs while continuing to draw and paint. Mackenzie eventually got the courage to enter the local art college. His lack of education and a barely readable application did nothing to warrant support, but the strength and volume of work that Mackenzie presented, coupled with his enthusiasm and commitment, won him a place at the Middlesbrough College of Art and, subsequently, the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. After leaving art school, he spent several years working with inner-city children in London before moving to North Yorkshire to set up a studio and gallery with his wife, Susan, and children, Owen and Chloe. Since then, he has become one today's most collected and sought-after artists. His works express an entire range of human emotion, from the special bond of love and friendship, to the importance of self-reflection and individual triumphs. His works are a tribute to the creativity within us all and are a vivid expression of hope and the human spirit. Mackenzie's perspective on life is clear. He doesn't hide the fact that often life is a struggle, a dark tunnel which can seem endless. However, he passionately believes that our frail dreams are worth nurturing and that love and honesty will triumph over adversity.

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Mackenzie Thorpe 'THE GREAT JOURNEY' Lithograph

Lot 100115: Mackenzie Thorpe 'THE GREAT JOURNEY' Lithograph

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April 9, 2015, 2:00 PM CST

Northbrook, IL, USA

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Description: Artist: Mackenzie ThorpeTitle: The Great JourneyMedium: Lithograph on PaperOrientation: horizontalImage Size: 18 x 15 inchesPaper Size: 22 x 19.5 inchesEdition Size: 200: Signed by the artist, individually numbered, accompanied by certificate of authenticity signed by the publisher.BiographyInternationally renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe was raised in the industrial town of Middlesbrough in the 1950s, where his father worked as a laborer and his mother as an auxiliary nurse. Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about this period in his life. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the warmth and humor that flourished in the face of adversity, as well as the loneliness and isolation. The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age and remains with Mackenzie today. As a child, he would seek out whatever raw materials he could find, drawing on cigarette packs with stubs of pencils, or using eye-shadow and lipstick illicitly obtained from his mum's makeup bag. Struggling with dyslexia throughout his childhood, Mackenzie found confidence in painting and drawing. Unsurprisingly, he left school without formal qualifications, taking on a variety of manual, unskilled jobs while continuing to draw and paint. Mackenzie eventually got the courage to enter the local art college. His lack of education and a barely readable application did nothing to warrant support, but the strength and volume of work that Mackenzie presented, coupled with his enthusiasm and commitment, won him a place at the Middlesbrough College of Art and, subsequently, the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. After leaving art school, he spent several years working with inner-city children in London before moving to North Yorkshire to set up a studio and gallery with his wife, Susan, and children, Owen and Chloe. Since then, he has become one today's most collected and sought-after artists. His works express an entire range of human emotion, from the special bond of love and friendship, to the importance of self-reflection and individual triumphs. His works are a tribute to the creativity within us all and are a vivid expression of hope and the human spirit. Mackenzie's perspective on life is clear. He doesn't hide the fact that often life is a struggle, a dark tunnel which can seem endless. However, he passionately believes that our frail dreams are worth nurturing and that love and honesty will triumph over adversity.

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Mackenzie Thorpe 'ALL THE WORLD IS PLAYING' Lithograph

Lot 100129: Mackenzie Thorpe 'ALL THE WORLD IS PLAYING' Lithograph

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April 9, 2015, 2:00 PM CST

Northbrook, IL, USA

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Description: Artist: Mackenzie Thorpe Title: All the World is Playing Medium: Lithograph on Paper Orientation: horizontal Image Size: 22 x 14.75 inches Paper Size: 26 x 19.5 inches Edition Size: 100 : Signed by the artist, individually numbered, accompanied by certificate of authenticity signed by the publisher.BiographyInternationally renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe was raised in the industrial town of Middlesbrough in the 1950s, where his father worked as a laborer and his mother as an auxiliary nurse. Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about this period in his life. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the warmth and humor that flourished in the face of adversity, as well as the loneliness and isolation. The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age and remains with Mackenzie today. As a child, he would seek out whatever raw materials he could find, drawing on cigarette packs with stubs of pencils, or using eye-shadow and lipstick illicitly obtained from his mum's makeup bag. Struggling with dyslexia throughout his childhood, Mackenzie found confidence in painting and drawing. Unsurprisingly, he left school without formal qualifications, taking on a variety of manual, unskilled jobs while continuing to draw and paint. Mackenzie eventually got the courage to enter the local art college. His lack of education and a barely readable application did nothing to warrant support, but the strength and volume of work that Mackenzie presented, coupled with his enthusiasm and commitment, won him a place at the Middlesbrough College of Art and, subsequently, the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. After leaving art school, he spent several years working with inner-city children in London before moving to North Yorkshire to set up a studio and gallery with his wife, Susan, and children, Owen and Chloe. Since then, he has become one today's most collected and sought-after artists. His works express an entire range of human emotion, from the special bond of love and friendship, to the importance of self-reflection and individual triumphs. His works are a tribute to the creativity within us all and are a vivid expression of hope and the human spirit. Mackenzie's perspective on life is clear. He doesn't hide the fact that often life is a struggle, a dark tunnel which can seem endless. However, he passionately believes that our frail dreams are worth nurturing and that love and honesty will triumph over adversity.

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Mackenzie Thorpe 'The Rescuer' Serigraph

Lot 100155: Mackenzie Thorpe 'The Rescuer' Serigraph

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April 9, 2015, 2:00 PM CST

Northbrook, IL, USA

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Description: Artist: Mackenzie Thorpe Title: The Rescuer Medium: Serigraph on Paper Image: 30" x 42" Paper: 34.5" x 46" Edition: 195 Arabic BiographyInternationally renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe was raised in the industrial town of Middlesbrough in the 1950s, where his father worked as a laborer and his mother as an auxiliary nurse. Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about this period in his life. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the warmth and humor that flourished in the face of adversity, as well as the loneliness and isolation. The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age and remains with Mackenzie today. As a child, he would seek out whatever raw materials he could find, drawing on cigarette packs with stubs of pencils, or using eye-shadow and lipstick illicitly obtained from his mum's makeup bag. Struggling with dyslexia throughout his childhood, Mackenzie found confidence in painting and drawing. Unsurprisingly, he left school without formal qualifications, taking on a variety of manual, unskilled jobs while continuing to draw and paint. Mackenzie eventually got the courage to enter the local art college. His lack of education and a barely readable application did nothing to warrant support, but the strength and volume of work that Mackenzie presented, coupled with his enthusiasm and commitment, won him a place at the Middlesbrough College of Art and, subsequently, the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. After leaving art school, he spent several years working with inner-city children in London before moving to North Yorkshire to set up a studio and gallery with his wife, Susan, and children, Owen and Chloe. Since then, he has become one today's most collected and sought-after artists. His works express an entire range of human emotion, from the special bond of love and friendship, to the importance of self-reflection and individual triumphs. His works are a tribute to the creativity within us all and are a vivid expression of hope and the human spirit. Mackenzie's perspective on life is clear. He doesn't hide the fact that often life is a struggle, a dark tunnel which can seem endless. However, he passionately believes that our frail dreams are worth nurturing and that love and honesty will triumph over adversity.

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Mackenzie Thorpe 'OUT OF A CLOUD' Lithograph

Lot 100173: Mackenzie Thorpe 'OUT OF A CLOUD' Lithograph

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April 9, 2015, 2:00 PM CST

Northbrook, IL, USA

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Description: Artist: Mackenzie ThorpeTitle: Out of a CloudMedium: Lithograph on PaperOrientation: horizontalImage Size: 20 x 15.25 inchesPaper Size: 24 x 19.75 inchesEdition Size: 200: Signed by the artist, individually numbered, accompanied by certificate of authenticity signed by the publisher.BiographyInternationally renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe was raised in the industrial town of Middlesbrough in the 1950s, where his father worked as a laborer and his mother as an auxiliary nurse. Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about this period in his life. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the warmth and humor that flourished in the face of adversity, as well as the loneliness and isolation. The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age and remains with Mackenzie today. As a child, he would seek out whatever raw materials he could find, drawing on cigarette packs with stubs of pencils, or using eye-shadow and lipstick illicitly obtained from his mum's makeup bag. Struggling with dyslexia throughout his childhood, Mackenzie found confidence in painting and drawing. Unsurprisingly, he left school without formal qualifications, taking on a variety of manual, unskilled jobs while continuing to draw and paint. Mackenzie eventually got the courage to enter the local art college. His lack of education and a barely readable application did nothing to warrant support, but the strength and volume of work that Mackenzie presented, coupled with his enthusiasm and commitment, won him a place at the Middlesbrough College of Art and, subsequently, the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. After leaving art school, he spent several years working with inner-city children in London before moving to North Yorkshire to set up a studio and gallery with his wife, Susan, and children, Owen and Chloe. Since then, he has become one today's most collected and sought-after artists. His works express an entire range of human emotion, from the special bond of love and friendship, to the importance of self-reflection and individual triumphs. His works are a tribute to the creativity within us all and are a vivid expression of hope and the human spirit. Mackenzie's perspective on life is clear. He doesn't hide the fact that often life is a struggle, a dark tunnel which can seem endless. However, he passionately believes that our frail dreams are worth nurturing and that love and honesty will triumph over adversity.

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Mackenzie Thorpe 'LAST TEMPTATION' Lithograph

Lot 100223: Mackenzie Thorpe 'LAST TEMPTATION' Lithograph

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April 9, 2015, 2:00 PM CST

Northbrook, IL, USA

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Description: Artist: Mackenzie ThorpeTitle: Last TemptationMedium: Lithograph on PaperOrientation: horizontalImage Size: 7 x 5.75 inchesPaper Size: 10 x 9.75 inchesEdition Size: 200: Signed by the artist, individually numbered, accompanied by certificate of authenticity signed by the publisher.BiographyInternationally renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe was raised in the industrial town of Middlesbrough in the 1950s, where his father worked as a laborer and his mother as an auxiliary nurse. Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about this period in his life. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the warmth and humor that flourished in the face of adversity, as well as the loneliness and isolation. The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age and remains with Mackenzie today. As a child, he would seek out whatever raw materials he could find, drawing on cigarette packs with stubs of pencils, or using eye-shadow and lipstick illicitly obtained from his mum's makeup bag. Struggling with dyslexia throughout his childhood, Mackenzie found confidence in painting and drawing. Unsurprisingly, he left school without formal qualifications, taking on a variety of manual, unskilled jobs while continuing to draw and paint. Mackenzie eventually got the courage to enter the local art college. His lack of education and a barely readable application did nothing to warrant support, but the strength and volume of work that Mackenzie presented, coupled with his enthusiasm and commitment, won him a place at the Middlesbrough College of Art and, subsequently, the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. After leaving art school, he spent several years working with inner-city children in London before moving to North Yorkshire to set up a studio and gallery with his wife, Susan, and children, Owen and Chloe. Since then, he has become one today's most collected and sought-after artists. His works express an entire range of human emotion, from the special bond of love and friendship, to the importance of self-reflection and individual triumphs. His works are a tribute to the creativity within us all and are a vivid expression of hope and the human spirit. Mackenzie's perspective on life is clear. He doesn't hide the fact that often life is a struggle, a dark tunnel which can seem endless. However, he passionately believes that our frail dreams are worth nurturing and that love and honesty will triumph over adversity.

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Mackenzie Thorpe 'IT'S A DRYING DAY' Lithograph

Lot 100240: Mackenzie Thorpe 'IT'S A DRYING DAY' Lithograph

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April 9, 2015, 2:00 PM CST

Northbrook, IL, USA

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Description: Artist: Mackenzie ThorpeTitle: It's a Drying DayMedium: Lithograph on PaperOrientation: verticalImage Size: 14.5 x 16 inchesPaper Size: 19.35 x 23.5 inchesEdition Size: 200: Signed by the artist, individually numbered, accompanied by certificate of authenticity signed by the publisher.BiographyInternationally renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe was raised in the industrial town of Middlesbrough in the 1950s, where his father worked as a laborer and his mother as an auxiliary nurse. Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about this period in his life. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the warmth and humor that flourished in the face of adversity, as well as the loneliness and isolation. The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age and remains with Mackenzie today. As a child, he would seek out whatever raw materials he could find, drawing on cigarette packs with stubs of pencils, or using eye-shadow and lipstick illicitly obtained from his mum's makeup bag. Struggling with dyslexia throughout his childhood, Mackenzie found confidence in painting and drawing. Unsurprisingly, he left school without formal qualifications, taking on a variety of manual, unskilled jobs while continuing to draw and paint. Mackenzie eventually got the courage to enter the local art college. His lack of education and a barely readable application did nothing to warrant support, but the strength and volume of work that Mackenzie presented, coupled with his enthusiasm and commitment, won him a place at the Middlesbrough College of Art and, subsequently, the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. After leaving art school, he spent several years working with inner-city children in London before moving to North Yorkshire to set up a studio and gallery with his wife, Susan, and children, Owen and Chloe. Since then, he has become one today's most collected and sought-after artists. His works express an entire range of human emotion, from the special bond of love and friendship, to the importance of self-reflection and individual triumphs. His works are a tribute to the creativity within us all and are a vivid expression of hope and the human spirit. Mackenzie's perspective on life is clear. He doesn't hide the fact that often life is a struggle, a dark tunnel which can seem endless. However, he passionately believes that our frail dreams are worth nurturing and that love and honesty will triumph over adversity.

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Mackenzie Thorpe 'We Are Family' Serigraph

Lot 100268: Mackenzie Thorpe 'We Are Family' Serigraph

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April 9, 2015, 2:00 PM CST

Northbrook, IL, USA

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Description: Artist: Mackenzie ThorpeTitle: We Are FamilyMedium: Serigraph on PaperImage: 29.5" x 24"Edition: 395 ArabicBiographyInternationally renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe was raised in the industrial town of Middlesbrough in the 1950s, where his father worked as a laborer and his mother as an auxiliary nurse. Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about this period in his life. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the warmth and humor that flourished in the face of adversity, as well as the loneliness and isolation.The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age and remains with Mackenzie today. As a child, he would seek out whatever raw materials he could find, drawing on cigarette packs with stubs of pencils, or using eye-shadow and lipstick illicitly obtained from his mum's makeup bag. Struggling with dyslexia throughout his childhood, Mackenzie found confidence in painting and drawing. Unsurprisingly, he left school without formal qualifications, taking on a variety of manual, unskilled jobs while continuing to draw and paint.Mackenzie eventually got the courage to enter the local art college. His lack of education and a barely readable application did nothing to warrant support, but the strength and volume of work that Mackenzie presented, coupled with his enthusiasm and commitment, won him a place at the Middlesbrough College of Art and, subsequently, the Byam Shaw School of Art in London.After leaving art school, he spent several years working with inner-city children in London before moving to North Yorkshire to set up a studio and gallery with his wife, Susan, and children, Owen and Chloe. Since then, he has become one today's most collected and sought-after artists. His works express an entire range of human emotion, from the special bond of love and friendship, to the importance of self-reflection and individual triumphs. His works are a tribute to the creativity within us all and are a vivid expression of hope and the human spirit.Mackenzie's perspective on life is clear. He doesn't hide the fact that often life is a struggle, a dark tunnel which can seem endless. However, he passionately believes that our frail dreams are worth nurturing and that love and honesty will triumph over adversity.

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Mackenzie Thorpe 'A BOY AND A GIRL' Lithograph

Lot 100315: Mackenzie Thorpe 'A BOY AND A GIRL' Lithograph

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April 9, 2015, 2:00 PM CST

Northbrook, IL, USA

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Description: Artist: Mackenzie ThorpeTitle: A Boy and a GirlMedium: Lithograph on PaperOrientation: verticalImage Size: 9.5 x 12 inchesPaper Size: 13.25 x 15.5 inchesEdition Size: 200: Signed by the artist, individually numbered, accompanied by certificate of authenticity signed by the publisher.BiographyInternationally renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe was raised in the industrial town of Middlesbrough in the 1950s, where his father worked as a laborer and his mother as an auxiliary nurse. Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about this period in his life. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the warmth and humor that flourished in the face of adversity, as well as the loneliness and isolation. The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age and remains with Mackenzie today. As a child, he would seek out whatever raw materials he could find, drawing on cigarette packs with stubs of pencils, or using eye-shadow and lipstick illicitly obtained from his mum's makeup bag. Struggling with dyslexia throughout his childhood, Mackenzie found confidence in painting and drawing. Unsurprisingly, he left school without formal qualifications, taking on a variety of manual, unskilled jobs while continuing to draw and paint. Mackenzie eventually got the courage to enter the local art college. His lack of education and a barely readable application did nothing to warrant support, but the strength and volume of work that Mackenzie presented, coupled with his enthusiasm and commitment, won him a place at the Middlesbrough College of Art and, subsequently, the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. After leaving art school, he spent several years working with inner-city children in London before moving to North Yorkshire to set up a studio and gallery with his wife, Susan, and children, Owen and Chloe. Since then, he has become one today's most collected and sought-after artists. His works express an entire range of human emotion, from the special bond of love and friendship, to the importance of self-reflection and individual triumphs. His works are a tribute to the creativity within us all and are a vivid expression of hope and the human spirit. Mackenzie's perspective on life is clear. He doesn't hide the fact that often life is a struggle, a dark tunnel which can seem endless. However, he passionately believes that our frail dreams are worth nurturing and that love and honesty will triumph over adversity.

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Mackenzie Thorpe 'LOVE BY PALE MOONLIGHT' Lithograph

Lot 100350: Mackenzie Thorpe 'LOVE BY PALE MOONLIGHT' Lithograph

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April 9, 2015, 2:00 PM CST

Northbrook, IL, USA

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Description: Artist: Mackenzie ThorpeTitle: Love by the Pale MoonlightMedium: Lithograph on PaperOrientation: verticalImage Size: 13.75 x 20 inchesPaper Size: 17.75 x 24.5 inchesEdition Size: 200: Signed by the artist, individually numbered, accompanied by certificate of authenticity signed by the publisher.BiographyInternationally renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe was raised in the industrial town of Middlesbrough in the 1950s, where his father worked as a laborer and his mother as an auxiliary nurse. Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about this period in his life. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the warmth and humor that flourished in the face of adversity, as well as the loneliness and isolation. The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age and remains with Mackenzie today. As a child, he would seek out whatever raw materials he could find, drawing on cigarette packs with stubs of pencils, or using eye-shadow and lipstick illicitly obtained from his mum's makeup bag. Struggling with dyslexia throughout his childhood, Mackenzie found confidence in painting and drawing. Unsurprisingly, he left school without formal qualifications, taking on a variety of manual, unskilled jobs while continuing to draw and paint. Mackenzie eventually got the courage to enter the local art college. His lack of education and a barely readable application did nothing to warrant support, but the strength and volume of work that Mackenzie presented, coupled with his enthusiasm and commitment, won him a place at the Middlesbrough College of Art and, subsequently, the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. After leaving art school, he spent several years working with inner-city children in London before moving to North Yorkshire to set up a studio and gallery with his wife, Susan, and children, Owen and Chloe. Since then, he has become one today's most collected and sought-after artists. His works express an entire range of human emotion, from the special bond of love and friendship, to the importance of self-reflection and individual triumphs. His works are a tribute to the creativity within us all and are a vivid expression of hope and the human spirit. Mackenzie's perspective on life is clear. He doesn't hide the fact that often life is a struggle, a dark tunnel which can seem endless. However, he passionately believes that our frail dreams are worth nurturing and that love and honesty will triumph over adversity.

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Mackenzie Thorpe 'LOVE BY PALE MOONLIGHT' Lithograph

Lot 100386: Mackenzie Thorpe 'LOVE BY PALE MOONLIGHT' Lithograph

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April 9, 2015, 2:00 PM CST

Northbrook, IL, USA

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Description: Artist: Mackenzie ThorpeTitle: Love by the Pale MoonlightMedium: Lithograph on PaperOrientation: verticalImage Size: 13.75 x 20 inchesPaper Size: 17.75 x 24.5 inchesEdition Size: 200: Signed by the artist, individually numbered, accompanied by certificate of authenticity signed by the publisher.BiographyInternationally renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe was raised in the industrial town of Middlesbrough in the 1950s, where his father worked as a laborer and his mother as an auxiliary nurse. Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about this period in his life. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the warmth and humor that flourished in the face of adversity, as well as the loneliness and isolation. The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age and remains with Mackenzie today. As a child, he would seek out whatever raw materials he could find, drawing on cigarette packs with stubs of pencils, or using eye-shadow and lipstick illicitly obtained from his mum's makeup bag. Struggling with dyslexia throughout his childhood, Mackenzie found confidence in painting and drawing. Unsurprisingly, he left school without formal qualifications, taking on a variety of manual, unskilled jobs while continuing to draw and paint. Mackenzie eventually got the courage to enter the local art college. His lack of education and a barely readable application did nothing to warrant support, but the strength and volume of work that Mackenzie presented, coupled with his enthusiasm and commitment, won him a place at the Middlesbrough College of Art and, subsequently, the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. After leaving art school, he spent several years working with inner-city children in London before moving to North Yorkshire to set up a studio and gallery with his wife, Susan, and children, Owen and Chloe. Since then, he has become one today's most collected and sought-after artists. His works express an entire range of human emotion, from the special bond of love and friendship, to the importance of self-reflection and individual triumphs. His works are a tribute to the creativity within us all and are a vivid expression of hope and the human spirit. Mackenzie's perspective on life is clear. He doesn't hide the fact that often life is a struggle, a dark tunnel which can seem endless. However, he passionately believes that our frail dreams are worth nurturing and that love and honesty will triumph over adversity.

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Mackenzie Thorpe 'LONG WAS THE NIGHT' Lithograph

Lot 100435: Mackenzie Thorpe 'LONG WAS THE NIGHT' Lithograph

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April 9, 2015, 2:00 PM CST

Northbrook, IL, USA

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Description: Artist: Mackenzie ThorpeTitle: Long was the NightMedium: Lithograph on PaperOrientation: verticalImage Size: 14 x 14 inchesPaper Size: 17 x 18 inchesEdition Size: 200: Signed by the artist, individually numbered, accompanied by certificate of authenticity signed by the publisher.BiographyInternationally renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe was raised in the industrial town of Middlesbrough in the 1950s, where his father worked as a laborer and his mother as an auxiliary nurse. Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about this period in his life. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the warmth and humor that flourished in the face of adversity, as well as the loneliness and isolation. The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age and remains with Mackenzie today. As a child, he would seek out whatever raw materials he could find, drawing on cigarette packs with stubs of pencils, or using eye-shadow and lipstick illicitly obtained from his mum's makeup bag. Struggling with dyslexia throughout his childhood, Mackenzie found confidence in painting and drawing. Unsurprisingly, he left school without formal qualifications, taking on a variety of manual, unskilled jobs while continuing to draw and paint. Mackenzie eventually got the courage to enter the local art college. His lack of education and a barely readable application did nothing to warrant support, but the strength and volume of work that Mackenzie presented, coupled with his enthusiasm and commitment, won him a place at the Middlesbrough College of Art and, subsequently, the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. After leaving art school, he spent several years working with inner-city children in London before moving to North Yorkshire to set up a studio and gallery with his wife, Susan, and children, Owen and Chloe. Since then, he has become one today's most collected and sought-after artists. His works express an entire range of human emotion, from the special bond of love and friendship, to the importance of self-reflection and individual triumphs. His works are a tribute to the creativity within us all and are a vivid expression of hope and the human spirit. Mackenzie's perspective on life is clear. He doesn't hide the fact that often life is a struggle, a dark tunnel which can seem endless. However, he passionately believes that our frail dreams are worth nurturing and that love and honesty will triumph over adversity.

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Mackenzie Thorpe 'A CROSSROADS' Lithograph

Lot 100452: Mackenzie Thorpe 'A CROSSROADS' Lithograph

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April 9, 2015, 2:00 PM CST

Northbrook, IL, USA

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Description: Artist: Mackenzie ThorpeTitle: A CrossroadsMedium: Lithograph on PaperOrientation: verticalImage Size: 15 x 16.5 inchesPaper Size: 19 x 21 inchesEdition Size: 100: Signed by the artist, individually numbered, accompanied by certificate of authenticity signed by the publisher.BiographyInternationally renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe was raised in the industrial town of Middlesbrough in the 1950s, where his father worked as a laborer and his mother as an auxiliary nurse. Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about this period in his life. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the warmth and humor that flourished in the face of adversity, as well as the loneliness and isolation. The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age and remains with Mackenzie today. As a child, he would seek out whatever raw materials he could find, drawing on cigarette packs with stubs of pencils, or using eye-shadow and lipstick illicitly obtained from his mum's makeup bag. Struggling with dyslexia throughout his childhood, Mackenzie found confidence in painting and drawing. Unsurprisingly, he left school without formal qualifications, taking on a variety of manual, unskilled jobs while continuing to draw and paint. Mackenzie eventually got the courage to enter the local art college. His lack of education and a barely readable application did nothing to warrant support, but the strength and volume of work that Mackenzie presented, coupled with his enthusiasm and commitment, won him a place at the Middlesbrough College of Art and, subsequently, the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. After leaving art school, he spent several years working with inner-city children in London before moving to North Yorkshire to set up a studio and gallery with his wife, Susan, and children, Owen and Chloe. Since then, he has become one today's most collected and sought-after artists. His works express an entire range of human emotion, from the special bond of love and friendship, to the importance of self-reflection and individual triumphs. His works are a tribute to the creativity within us all and are a vivid expression of hope and the human spirit. Mackenzie's perspective on life is clear. He doesn't hide the fact that often life is a struggle, a dark tunnel which can seem endless. However, he passionately believes that our frail dreams are worth nurturing and that love and honesty will triumph over adversity.

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Mackenzie Thorpe 'Skipping' Painted Cast resin

Lot 100509: Mackenzie Thorpe 'Skipping' Painted Cast resin

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April 9, 2015, 2:00 PM CST

Northbrook, IL, USA

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Description: Artist: Mackenzie Thorpe Title: Skipping Medium: Hand-Painted Cast resin Sculpture: 13h x 8.75w x 4.5d Base: 2.25h x 8.25w x 6d Edition: 395 Arabic BiographyInternationally renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe was raised in the industrial town of Middlesbrough in the 1950s, where his father worked as a laborer and his mother as an auxiliary nurse. Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about this period in his life. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the warmth and humor that flourished in the face of adversity, as well as the loneliness and isolation. The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age and remains with Mackenzie today. As a child, he would seek out whatever raw materials he could find, drawing on cigarette packs with stubs of pencils, or using eye-shadow and lipstick illicitly obtained from his mum's makeup bag. Struggling with dyslexia throughout his childhood, Mackenzie found confidence in painting and drawing. Unsurprisingly, he left school without formal qualifications, taking on a variety of manual, unskilled jobs while continuing to draw and paint. Mackenzie eventually got the courage to enter the local art college. His lack of education and a barely readable application did nothing to warrant support, but the strength and volume of work that Mackenzie presented, coupled with his enthusiasm and commitment, won him a place at the Middlesbrough College of Art and, subsequently, the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. After leaving art school, he spent several years working with inner-city children in London before moving to North Yorkshire to set up a studio and gallery with his wife, Susan, and children, Owen and Chloe. Since then, he has become one today's most collected and sought-after artists. His works express an entire range of human emotion, from the special bond of love and friendship, to the importance of self-reflection and individual triumphs. His works are a tribute to the creativity within us all and are a vivid expression of hope and the human spirit. Mackenzie's perspective on life is clear. He doesn't hide the fact that often life is a struggle, a dark tunnel which can seem endless. However, he passionately believes that our frail dreams are worth nurturing and that love and honesty will triumph over adversity.

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Mackenzie Thorpe The Couple Ltd Ed. Art Print

Lot 100538: Mackenzie Thorpe The Couple Ltd Ed. Art Print

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April 9, 2015, 2:00 PM CST

Northbrook, IL, USA

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Description: Artist: Mackenzie Thorpe Title: The Couple Medium: Resin sculptureHeight: 15.75Edition size: 395BiographyInternationally renowned artist Mackenzie Thorpe was raised in the industrial town of Middlesbrough in the 1950s, where his father worked as a laborer and his mother as an auxiliary nurse. Mackenzie acknowledges mixed emotions about this period in his life. He remembers the strong feeling of community spirit, the warmth and humor that flourished in the face of adversity, as well as the loneliness and isolation. The need and compulsion to draw was obvious from an early age and remains with Mackenzie today. As a child, he would seek out whatever raw materials he could find, drawing on cigarette packs with stubs of pencils, or using eye-shadow and lipstick illicitly obtained from his mum's makeup bag. Struggling with dyslexia throughout his childhood, Mackenzie found confidence in painting and drawing. Unsurprisingly, he left school without formal qualifications, taking on a variety of manual, unskilled jobs while continuing to draw and paint. Mackenzie eventually got the courage to enter the local art college. His lack of education and a barely readable application did nothing to warrant support, but the strength and volume of work that Mackenzie presented, coupled with his enthusiasm and commitment, won him a place at the Middlesbrough College of Art and, subsequently, the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. After leaving art school, he spent several years working with inner-city children in London before moving to North Yorkshire to set up a studio and gallery with his wife, Susan, and children, Owen and Chloe. Since then, he has become one today's most collected and sought-after artists. His works express an entire range of human emotion, from the special bond of love and friendship, to the importance of self-reflection and individual triumphs. His works are a tribute to the creativity within us all and are a vivid expression of hope and the human spirit. Mackenzie's perspective on life is clear. He doesn't hide the fact that often life is a struggle, a dark tunnel which can seem endless. However, he passionately believes that our frail dreams are worth nurturing and that love and honesty will triumph over adversity.

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Richard E Grant 10x8 colour photo of Richard from Sherlock Holmes, signed b

Lot 359: Richard E Grant 10x8 colour photo of Richard from Sherlock Holmes, signed b

by Chaucer Covers & Auctions

April 4, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £18 - £23

Description: Richard E Grant 10x8 colour photo of Richard from Sherlock Holmes, signed by him in London, 2014. Good Condition

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*1922 $1 U.S. Grant No Star Gold Dollar Coin

Lot 1311266: *1922 $1 U.S. Grant No Star Gold Dollar Coin

by Government Auction

April 4, 2015, 5:45 AM PST

Santa Clarita, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $3,525 - $7,050

Description: Gov. File: C-37252 *1922 $1 U.S. Grant No Star Gold Dollar Coin Asset Type: Coin Shipping: $19.95

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Canadiana Nova Scotia Sampler C1841

Lot 67: Canadiana Nova Scotia Sampler C1841

by The Mumbling Muse

April 26, 2015, 1:00 PM PST

North Vancouver, BC, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD250 - CAD300

Description: Cath(e)rine Grant Picto(u) A5 (Age 5). Catherine Grant B1836-D1925.

Condition Report: Very fine antique condition, well preserved behind glass, some areas of discoloration noted to backing fabric - as shown in images.

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Ulysses S. Grant Carte de Visite Signed

Lot 49125: Ulysses S. Grant Carte de Visite Signed

by Heritage Auctions

April 9, 2015, 10:00 AM EST

New York, NY, USA

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

Description: Ulysses S. Grant Carte de Visite Signed "U. S. Grant / U.S.A." 2.5" x 4", backstamped by F. Gutekunst of Philadelphia and featuring the Union general in uniform with his right hand in his pocket. The bold signature with rank is written in the margin below the albumen. Only minor staining.

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Gordon Hope Grant, (American, 1875-1962), Ships (A group of four works)

Lot 455: Gordon Hope Grant, (American, 1875-1962), Ships (A group of four works)

by Leslie Hindman Auctioneers

2015

USA

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Description: Gordon Hope Grant (American, 1875-1962) Ships (A group of four works) color lithographs each signed Gordon Grant (lower right and left) Each: 8 3/4 x 12 3/4 inches.

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British Paper Money From Various Properties

Lot 66: British Paper Money From Various Properties

by Dix Noonan Webb

April 27, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Mayfair, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £100 - £150

Description: BRITISH BANKNOTES, Provincial, YORKSHIRE, Fort Montague Bank, Five Halfpence, 18-, unissued, for the Governor of Fort Montague & Co, E. Hill (Outing 4008c). Good very fine £100-150

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Staithes Shipping Company

Lot 1327: Staithes Shipping Company

by HWPH Historisches Wertpapierhaus AG

April 20, 2015, 2:00 PM CET

Zorneding, Germany

Estimated Price: €70 - €100

Description: 1 September 1856, 1 Share, #64, 13.1 x 19.5 cm, black, beige, original signatures.01.09.1856, 1 Share, #64, 13,1 x 19,5 cm, schwarz, beige, OU.Staithes is a seaside village in the Scarborough Borough of North Yorkshire, England.Staithes ist ein am Meer gelegener Ort im Scarborough Borough der Grafschaft North Yorkshire, England.Countries:GroßbritannienRegion:Europa

Condition Report: EF-

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FRED ANNÉES 1970 CLIP PETIT CHIEN représentant un Yorkshire en fils d'or jaune 18K rehaussé d'émail noir et bleu turquoise Travail f...

Lot 164: FRED ANNÉES 1970 CLIP PETIT CHIEN représentant un Yorkshire en fils d'or jaune 18K rehaussé d'émail noir et bleu turquoise Travail f...

by Tajan

March 31, 2015, 2:00 PM CET

Paris, France

Estimated Price: €1,500 - €2,500

Description: FRED ANNÉES 1970 CLIP PETIT CHIEN représentant un Yorkshire en fils d'or jaune 18K rehaussé d'émail noir et bleu turquoise Travail français signé FRED Poids brut : 27,6 gr Hauteur : 4,5 cm A gold clip by FRED, circa 1970.

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STOCKDALE, J (Publisher): A Description of the Country from thirty to forty miles round Manchester (lacking the title page), Preface dated 1795. 624pp; with maps of Lancashire, Cheshire, Derbyshire, Yorkshire, Staffordshire, etc; plus the various

Lot 219: STOCKDALE, J (Publisher): A Description of the Country from thirty to forty miles round Manchester (lacking the title page), Preface dated 1795. 624pp; with maps of Lancashire, Cheshire, Derbyshire, Yorkshire, Staffordshire, etc; plus the various

by Sworders Fine Art Auctioneers

March 31, 2015, 11:00 AM GMT

Stansted Mountfitchet, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £150 - £250

Description: STOCKDALE, J (Publisher): A Description of the Country from thirty to forty miles round Manchester (lacking the title page), Preface dated 1795. 624pp; with maps of Lancashire, Cheshire, Derbyshire, Yorkshire, Staffordshire, etc; plus the various canals and a few views. Sold as a collection of plates

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HARDSTONE AND SILVER PICTURE FRAME, P.OVCHINNIKOV

Lot 78: HARDSTONE AND SILVER PICTURE FRAME, P.OVCHINNIKOV

by Arman Antiques & Co.

April 4, 2015, 4:00 AM GMT

Yerevan 12, Armenia

Estimated Price: $10,000 - $20,000

Description: HARDSTONE AND SILVER PICTURE FRAME, P.OVCHINNIKOV.Marked P. Ovchinnikov with Imperial warrant and 84 silver standard. Dimensions:14 x 12 cm.

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SAZIKOV ANTIQUE RUSSIAN  PAIR OF SILVER CANDLE STICKS

Lot 120: SAZIKOV ANTIQUE RUSSIAN PAIR OF SILVER CANDLE STICKS

by South Beach Auctions

March 31, 2015, 1:30 PM EST

Palm Beach, FL, USA

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

Description: Sazikov Antique Russian Silver Candle Sticks stamped 84 Silver Purity Mark, Imperial Warrant, and Makers Mark measures 10" Tall

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Lot 6537: Lot of 10 Montana Warrants/Bonds

by Holabird Western Americana

April 21, 2015, 8:00 AM PST

Reno, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $20

Description: Warrant / Bond lot (10) total. Water bond, sidewalk, refunding, special improvement, etc. Printed in green, orange and brown/detailed borders and motifs add to the historic value of each. City: Great Falls State: Montana, Circa:

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Humboldt County Warrant Archive (1700!)

Lot 5684: Humboldt County Warrant Archive (1700!)

by Holabird Western Americana

April 20, 2015, 8:00 AM PST

Reno, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $500

Description: 1,700 Humboldt County Warrants from the 1920's. A treasure trove of names for the historian or a large lot of Nevada documents for less than 20c per item for the dealer. City: Winnemucca State: Nevada, Circa: 1920's

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Arrest Warrant for Counterfeit Money (Wabash County)

Lot 2233: Arrest Warrant for Counterfeit Money (Wabash County)

by Holabird Western Americana

April 11, 2015, 8:00 AM PST

Reno, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $50 - $75

Description: Sheriff of Wabash County, IN, issued arrest warrant for John R. Reeves to be hold in in the amount of $300 bail, October, 1867, for passing counterfeit money, signed by Elijah Haldeman, clerk. City: State: Indiana, Circa: 1867

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Humboldt County Warrants (post-1900)

Lot 4516: Humboldt County Warrants (post-1900)

by Holabird Western Americana

April 18, 2015, 8:00 AM PST

Reno, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: Lot of 80 pictorial warrants! One is General County Fund, five are School Fund, two are Library Fund, 18 are Redemption Fund, and 54 are Road Fund. Excellent condition. (Prag Collection) City: Winnemucca State: Nevada, Circa: 1912-1930s

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Various Nevada Documents

Lot 1551: Various Nevada Documents

by Holabird Western Americana

April 10, 2015, 8:00 AM PST

Reno, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $50 - $150

Description: 1) Voucher Check (blank), the Goldfield Consolidated Mines Co. 2) Charles G. Walker, Assayer Receipt, Beatty, NV, 1933. 3) Tonopah Copper Mining and Milling Co. receipt (written on letterhead) to S. J. Grant, signed E. C. Day, 1906. 4) Receipt to S. J. Grant for $2, signed E. C. Day, 1906. 5) Tonopah Copper Mining and Milling Co. receipt (written on letterhead) to S. J. Grant, signed E. C. Day, 1906. City: State: Nevada, Circa:

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PATRICK HENRY SIGNED LAND GRANT, MAY 1786

Lot 373: PATRICK HENRY SIGNED LAND GRANT, MAY 1786

by Potomack Company

April 4, 2015, 10:00 AM EST

Alexandria, VA, USA

Estimated Price: $1,100 - $1,500

Description: PATRICK HENRY SIGNED LAND GRANT, MAY 1786 partially handwritten document granting 4,000 acres of land in Jefferson County from the Commonwealth of Virginia to John Cockey Owings, signed by Governor Patrick Henry, matted and framed together with an engraving of Patrick Henry and a plaque about his political career, sheet is h: 13 x 14.25 in.

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A 19thC rosewood four dial banjo barometer, with

Lot 648: A 19thC rosewood four dial banjo barometer, with

by Golding Young & Mawer

April 1, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Grantham, United Kingdom

Description: A 19thC rosewood four dial banjo barometer, with dry/ damp dial, others set with thermometer and barometer with ivory turning knob, the mercury column stamped Warranted Correct, 101cm high.

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