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Animal sculptor, Sculptor, b. 1894 - d. 1971

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          • Louis Paul Jonas (American, 1894 – 1971) 'Lion on Rock' Sculpture
            Feb. 28, 2024

            Louis Paul Jonas (American, 1894 – 1971) 'Lion on Rock' Sculpture

            Est: $300 - $400

            Louis Paul Jonas (American, 1894 – 1971) 'Lion on Rock' Sculpture. Louis Paul Jonas was a sculptor of wildlife, taxidermist, and natural history exhibit designer. Known for his work the African elephant group in the center of Akeley Hall at the American Museum of Natural History, in New York, and created the first full sized dinosaur sculptures for the 1964 New York World's Fair in the Dinoland area. Approx. 9.5 inches tall x 12 wide x 4.5 deep. Approx. 2.1 lbs.

            Absolute Auction Gallery
          • Louis Jonas Silvered Metal Sculpture of Caribou
            Dec. 14, 2023

            Louis Jonas Silvered Metal Sculpture of Caribou

            Est: $1,200 - $1,800

            Louis Paul Jonas (American, born in Budapest, 1894-1971). Silvered metal sculpture of a caribou, 1931. Signed and dated 1931 on the integral base. A wonderful sculpture of a caribou with fabulous antlers, skillfully modeled in silvered metal by Louis Paul Jonas. Caribou are unusual in that they shed and regrow their antlers every year. Remarkably, it only takes weeks for bull caribou to grow antlers which can be quite sizeable, weighing up to 20 pounds and measuring more than one meter long! This sculpture demonstrates Louis Paul Jonas immense admiration and connection to wild life. In addition to capturing the naturalistic form of the animal, Jonas had a remarkable ability to delineate various textures to further imbue the sculpture with life. Size: 11.75" L x 4" W x 9.75" H (29.8 cm x 10.2 cm x 24.8 cm) About the artist: "Louis Paul Jonas attended art school in Budapest before coming to the United States at the age of 14. Upon his arrival, he began work at his brother's taxidermy studio in Denver, Colorado. There, he was able to study the anatomy of many different animals. Jonas then moved to New York City, where he studied with the internationally known naturalist, animal sculptor, and taxidermist Carl Akeley (1864-1926). Like Akeley, Jonas favored African wildlife, and together they created the famous African Elephant Group that remains on exhibit in Akeley Hall at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. After service in World War I, Jonas returned to the Natural History Museum, where he worked on installations in the Hall of Asian Mammals. At this time, his sculptures began to be exhibited at the National Academy of Design. In 1930, Jonas completed Commemorating the Grizzly Bear, a mother bear protecting her cub, for the Denver Municipal Park, which shows the influence of the Art Deco movement. Eventually, Jonas abandoned taxidermy to concentrate on sculpture and, in 1939, opened a studio in Mahopac, New York. Jonas may be one of the lesser-known American animal sculptors, but he was no less significant. During his career, he was commissioned to create many life-size sculptures including the Grizzly Bear and Cubs at the Denver Museum of Natural History, nine Dinosaurs for the Sinclair Oil Company exhibit at the 1964 New York World's Fair, and a Rhinoceros for the Davenport Public Museum in Iowa, as well as a dog for fellow sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington. Jonas was also a member of the American Association of Museums and the New York Zoological Society." (National Museum of Wildlife Art of the United States in Jackson, Wyoming website) Provenance: private Thornton, Colorado, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #182892

            Artemis Gallery
          • 1931 Louis Jonas Silvered Metal Sculpture of Elk
            Dec. 07, 2023

            1931 Louis Jonas Silvered Metal Sculpture of Elk

            Est: $1,200 - $1,800

            Louis Paul Jonas (American born in Budapest, 1894-1971). Silvered metal sculpture of an elk. Signed and dated 1931 on the integral base. A wonderful sculpture of an elk - a mature male bull with a rack boasting 6 points on each antler - skillfully modeled in silvered metal by Louis Paul Jonas. This sculpture demonstrates Louis Paul Jonas' deep respect and connection to wild life. In addition to capturing the naturalistic form of the animal, Jonas had a remarkable ability to delineate various textures to further imbue the sculpture with life. Size: 10.5" L x 3.875" W x 11" H (26.7 cm x 9.8 cm x 27.9 cm) This piece was tested via x-ray florescence and contains 63.63% silver. About the artist: "Louis Paul Jonas attended art school in Budapest before coming to the United States at the age of 14. Upon his arrival, he began work at his brother's taxidermy studio in Denver, Colorado. There, he was able to study the anatomy of many different animals. Jonas then moved to New York City, where he studied with the internationally known naturalist, animal sculptor, and taxidermist Carl Akeley (1864-1926). Like Akeley, Jonas favored African wildlife, and together they created the famous African Elephant Group that remains on exhibit in Akeley Hall at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. After service in World War I, Jonas returned to the Natural History Museum, where he worked on installations in the Hall of Asian Mammals. At this time, his sculptures began to be exhibited at the National Academy of Design. In 1930, Jonas completed Commemorating the Grizzly Bear, a mother bear protecting her cub, for the Denver Municipal Park, which shows the influence of the Art Deco movement. Eventually, Jonas abandoned taxidermy to concentrate on sculpture and, in 1939, opened a studio in Mahopac, New York. Jonas may be one of the lesser-known American animal sculptors, but he was no less significant. During his career, he was commissioned to create many life-size sculptures including the Grizzly Bear and Cubs at the Denver Museum of Natural History, nine Dinosaurs for the Sinclair Oil Company exhibit at the 1964 New York World's Fair, and a Rhinoceros for the Davenport Public Museum in Iowa, as well as a dog for fellow sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington. Jonas was also a member of the American Association of Museums and the New York Zoological Society." (National Museum of Wildlife Art of the United States in Jackson, Wyoming website) Provenance: private Thornton, Colorado, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #182894

            Artemis Gallery
          • LOUIS PAUL JONAS CARVING, CHEETAH AND GAZELLE.
            Sep. 06, 2023

            LOUIS PAUL JONAS CARVING, CHEETAH AND GAZELLE.

            Est: $500 - $800

            A carved and painted wood sculpture of a Cheetah chasing a Gazelle, signed on base, Louis Paul Jonas Studios, 3108.5”H x 21”L x 5.5”D.

            William Smith Auctions
          • LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIO CARVING, IMPALAS.
            Sep. 06, 2023

            LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIO CARVING, IMPALAS.

            Est: $500 - $700

            Carved and painted wood and metal sculpture of running Impalas, signed on base Louis Paul Jonas Studios, 85/500, 15.5”H x 18”L x 8”D.

            William Smith Auctions
          • Lot of (6) Louis Paul Jonas studios carvings.
            Aug. 19, 2023

            Lot of (6) Louis Paul Jonas studios carvings.

            Est: $400 - $600

            Mounted heads of animals to include - black bear 3 1/2" high x 2 1/2" wide x 2 1/2" deep; a bob cat 2 1/2" high x 2" wide x 2" deep; red fox 2 1/2" high x 2" wide x 2" deep; a buck 7 1/2" high x 3 1/2" wide x 3 1/2" deep; a buck 6 1/2" high x 3 1/4" wide x 4" deep; a big horn sheep 5" high x 3 1/8" wide x 3 1/4" deep, horns have been repaired.

            Marion Antique Auctions
          • (3) Louis Paul Jonas studios carvings of
            Aug. 19, 2023

            (3) Louis Paul Jonas studios carvings of

            Est: $300 - $500

            wildlife. To include - caribou mounted on a wooden plaque, a moose mounted on a wooden plaque and a rocky mountain goat standing on a rock. Two have Abercrombie and Fitch labels. The mountain goat has a missing horn and measures 8" high x 7" long x 5" wide. The moose is 8" high x 5" wide x 5 1/2" deep. The caribou measures 8" high x 4 1/2" wide x 5 1/2" deep. Moose horns show cracking. Caribou has some damage to rack.

            Marion Antique Auctions
          • LOUIS-PAUL JONAS (HUNGARIAN-AMERICAN, 1897-1971) ANDIRONS
            Jan. 14, 2023

            LOUIS-PAUL JONAS (HUNGARIAN-AMERICAN, 1897-1971) ANDIRONS

            Est: $2,000 - $4,000

            LOUIS-PAUL JONAS (HUNGARIAN-AMERICAN, 1897-1971) ANDIRONS American, second quarter 20th century, cast iron. Art Deco influence, footed bases with giraffes facing inward. The pair is illustrated in the Jonas Brothers Studios of New York pamphlet circa 1940. About the Artist: Louis Paul Jonas (July 17, 1894 – February 16, 1971) was an American sculptor of wildlife, taxidermist, and natural history exhibit designer. Born in Budapest, Hungary, Jonas moved to the United States at the age of 12 and went to work at his brothers' taxidermy studio, Jonas Brothers, in Denver, Co. Later he moved to New York City, where he studied under Carl Akeley, a noted field naturalist, taxidermist, and animal sculptor. There, they created the African elephant group in the center of Akeley Hall at the American Museum of Natural History, in New York. Jonas opened Louis Paul Jonas Studios, Inc in Mahopac, NY, and eventually moved to Hudson, NY. The studio was known for its miniature and full size animal sculptures, taxidermy, and natural history exhibits featured in over 50 museums worldwide. In 1932, Louis Paul Jonas and his brothers created the taxidermy model of the famous Australian race horse Phar Lap that is now on display at the Melbourne Museum. The company created the first full sized dinosaur sculptures for the 1964 New York World's Fair in the "Dinoland" area, which was sponsored by the Sinclair Oil Corporation. Jonas consulted with noted paleontologists Barnum Brown, Edwin H. Colbert and John Ostrom in order to create sculptures that were as accurate as possible. After the Fair closed, the dinosaur models toured the country on special flatbed trailers as part of a company advertising campaign. Many of the statues are now on display at various museums and parks. In 1983, the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. hosted an exhibition of 75 wildlife miniatures created by Jonas.

            Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
          • Louis Paul Jonas Studios Male Lion Miniature Sculpture, Hudson NY, Signed
            Jan. 07, 2023

            Louis Paul Jonas Studios Male Lion Miniature Sculpture, Hudson NY, Signed

            Est: $300 - $400

            Louis Paul Jonas Male Lion Model Sculpture. Made of plaster and wood, a regal male lion stands on a rock in profile. Signed "Louis Paul Jonas Studios 277." Created by the studio of renowned Louis Paul Jonas, an American sculptor of wildlife, taxidermist, and natural history exhibit designer. Born in Hungary, Jonas eventually established a studio in Hudson NY which was known for its miniature and full size animal sculptures, taxidermy, and natural history exhibits featured in over fifty museums worldwide. Dimensions are 9.25 in h x 12 in w x 4.25 in d. Condition is good with minor surface wear and some fading to colors. Please call or email for a detailed condition report.

            Public Sale Auction House
          • Louis Paul Jonas Giraffe Faux Trophy Mount, Miniature Wall Sculpture, Hudson NY
            Jan. 07, 2023

            Louis Paul Jonas Giraffe Faux Trophy Mount, Miniature Wall Sculpture, Hudson NY

            Est: $100 - $200

            Louis Paul Jonas Giraffe Miniature Wall Sculpture, Hudson NY. Made of plaster and wood, a faux taxidermy giraffe head is mounted to a wood plaque inside the neck. This piece has been left unpainted. By the renowned Louis Paul Jonas, an American sculptor of wildlife, taxidermist, and natural history exhibit designer. Born in Hungary, Jonas eventually established a studio in Hudson NY which was known for its miniature and full size animal sculptures, taxidermy, and natural history exhibits featured in over fifty museums worldwide. Dimensions are 7 in h x 4.25 in w x 7.5 in d. Condition is fair with surface wear and a piece missing from the tip of one ear. Please call or email for a detailed condition report.

            Public Sale Auction House
          • Louis Paul Jonas Rhinoceros Faux Trophy Mount, Miniature Wall Sculpture, Hudson NY
            Jan. 07, 2023

            Louis Paul Jonas Rhinoceros Faux Trophy Mount, Miniature Wall Sculpture, Hudson NY

            Est: $100 - $200

            Louis Paul Jonas Rhinoceros Miniature Wall Sculpture, Hudson NY. Made of plaster and wood, a faux taxidermy rhinoceras head is mounted to a wood plaque. By the renowned Louis Paul Jonas, an American sculptor of wildlife, taxidermist, and natural history exhibit designer. Born in Hungary, Jonas eventually established a studio in Hudson NY which was known for its miniature and full size animal sculptures, taxidermy, and natural history exhibits featured in over fifty museums worldwide. Dimensions are 7 in h x 4.25 in w x 7.5 in d. Condition is fair with surface wear, minor paint loss and a piece missing from the bottom of the wood mount. Please call or email for a detailed condition report.

            Public Sale Auction House
          • Louis Paul Jonas Moose Miniature Sculpture, Hudson NY
            Jan. 07, 2023

            Louis Paul Jonas Moose Miniature Sculpture, Hudson NY

            Est: $150 - $300

            Louis Paul Jonas Moose Miniature Sculpture, Hudson NY. Made of plaster and wood, a moose stands in profile with a tilted head. By the renowned Louis Paul Jonas, an American sculptor of wildlife, taxidermist, and natural history exhibit designer. Born in Hungary, Jonas eventually established a studio in Hudson NY which was known for its miniature and full size animal sculptures, taxidermy, and natural history exhibits featured in over fifty museums worldwide. Dimensions are 9.75 in h x 13.5 in w x 6.5 in d. Condition is fair with surface wear and damage and chips to the antlers  Please call or email for a detailed condition report.

            Public Sale Auction House
          • Louis Paul Jonas Whitetail Deer Miniature Sculpture, Buck and Doe, Hudson NY
            Jan. 07, 2023

            Louis Paul Jonas Whitetail Deer Miniature Sculpture, Buck and Doe, Hudson NY

            Est: $200 - $400

            Louis Paul Jonas Whitetail Deer Model Sculpture, Buck and Doe. Made of plaster and wood, a whitetail buck and doe stand together, looking in opposite directions. By the renowned Louis Paul Jonas, an American sculptor of wildlife, taxidermist, and natural history exhibit designer. Born in Hungary, Jonas eventually established a studio in Hudson NY which was known for its miniature and full size animal sculptures, taxidermy, and natural history exhibits featured in over fifty museums worldwide. Dimensions are 8 in h x 14 in w x 6 in d. Condition is fair/as-is with wear, cracks, chipped pieces, a broken tail and some cracks in paint. Please call or email for a detailed condition report.

            Public Sale Auction House
          • Louis Paul Jonas Whitetail Deer Doe Miniature Sculpture, Hudson NY
            Jan. 07, 2023

            Louis Paul Jonas Whitetail Deer Doe Miniature Sculpture, Hudson NY

            Est: $150 - $300

            Louis Paul Jonas Whitetail Deer Model Sculpture, Doe. Made of plaster and wood by the Louis Paul Jonas, an American sculptor of wildlife, taxidermist, and natural history exhibit designer. Born in Hungary, Jonas eventually established a studio in Hudson NY which was known for its miniature and full size animal sculptures, taxidermy, and natural history exhibits featured in over fifty museums worldwide. Dimensions are 6.75 in h x 9.5 in w x 6 in d. Condition is fair to good with surface wear and a piece of plaster missing from the mount. Please call or email for a detailed condition report.

            Public Sale Auction House
          • Louis Paul Jonas Studio Whitetail Deer Buck Sculpture, Hudson NY
            Jan. 07, 2023

            Louis Paul Jonas Studio Whitetail Deer Buck Sculpture, Hudson NY

            Est: $150 - $300

            Louis Paul Jonas Studio Whitetail Deer Buck Sculpture, Hudson NY, Signed Bruce Madlem. Made of plaster and wood, by Bruce Madlem, a big-game taxidermist and artist in Claverack, New York, who worked in the studio of Louis Paul Jonas in Hudson NY, creating naturalistic dioramas for museums across the country.  Dimensions are 10 in h x 10.75 in w x 4.75 in d. Condition is fair/as-is with wear, damage to antlers, and some fading to colors. Please call or email for a detailed condition report.

            Public Sale Auction House
          • Louis Paul Jonas Studios "Suicide Sam" Elephant Sculpture, limited edition #112/500. 16"H x 34"W x 12"D
            Jul. 23, 2022

            Louis Paul Jonas Studios "Suicide Sam" Elephant Sculpture, limited edition #112/500. 16"H x 34"W x 12"D

            Est: $400 - $500

            Louis Paul Jonas Studios "Suicide Sam" Elephant Sculpture, limited edition #112/500. Carved and painted resin. A few scattered areas of dry cracking.

            Ripley Auctions
          • LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS ELEPHANT SCULPTURE
            May. 21, 2022

            LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS ELEPHANT SCULPTURE

            Est: $700 - $1,000

            LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS ELEPHANT SCULPTURE: Large African Elephant sculpture, limited edition, #319/500. Approx. 17.5" h x 34" l x 13.75" w.

            Burchard Galleries Inc
          • HANDCARVED MOUSE FIGURE LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS
            Apr. 16, 2022

            HANDCARVED MOUSE FIGURE LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS

            Est: $100 - $150

            A Mid Century hand-carved and hand-painted wooden mouse figurine. Signed Louis Paul Jonas Studios and dated December 1976 on the bottom. Louis Paul Jonas, 1894-1971, was an American sculptor of wildlife, taxidermist, and natural history exhibit designer. He opened his Studio in Mahopac, NY in the 1940s. It still manufactures miniature and full size animal sculptures for sale and for museums. Vintage Americana Animalistic Decor Items.

            Antique Arena Inc
          • Large Lot of Ephemera from Louis Paul Jonas Studios
            Jan. 11, 2022

            Large Lot of Ephemera from Louis Paul Jonas Studios

            Est: $50 - $100

            Large collection of photographs, postcards and personal correspondence from Louis Paul Jonas, one of the most famous and talented animaliers of the last century. Provenance: From the artist's estate.

            Old Kinderhook Auction Company
          • LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS GIRAFFE SCULPTURE
            Jan. 08, 2022

            LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS GIRAFFE SCULPTURE

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Louis Paul Jonas Studios (Louis Paul Jonas Amerian 1894-1971) signed giraffe sculpture.A designer of natural history dioramas in museums, Louis Paul Jonas was born in Budapest, Hungary. He moved to the United States at the age of twelve and went to work at his brother's taxidermy studio, Jonas Brothers, in Denver, Colorado. Later he moved to New York City, where he studied under Carl Akeley, a noted field naturalist, taxidermist, and animal sculptor. There, they created the African elephant group in the center of Akeley Hall at the American Museum of Natural History, in New York.Size: 21 3/4" x 12". ~~ DEAR BIDDERS, Please View More Detailed Close-Up Images by visiting our website - Sofedesignauctions.com ~ Thank you ! ~~~~~~. Detailed condition reports are not included in this catalog. For additional information, including condition reports, please contact us at [email protected]

            Sofe Design Auctions
          • LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS ANTELOPE SCULPTURE
            Jan. 08, 2022

            LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS ANTELOPE SCULPTURE

            Est: $700 - $900

            Louis Paul Jonas Studios (Louis Paul Jonas Amerian 1894-1971) signed sculpture.A designer of natural history dioramas in museums, Louis Paul Jonas was born in Budapest, Hungary. He moved to the United States at the age of twelve and went to work at his brother's taxidermy studio, Jonas Brothers, in Denver, Colorado. Later he moved to New York City, where he studied under Carl Akeley, a noted field naturalist, taxidermist, and animal sculptor. There, they created the African elephant group in the center of Akeley Hall at the American Museum of Natural History, in New York.Size: 12 3/4" by 10 3/4". ~~ DEAR BIDDERS, Please View More Detailed Close-Up Images by visiting our website - Sofedesignauctions.com ~ Thank you ! ~~~~~~. Detailed condition reports are not included in this catalog. For additional information, including condition reports, please contact us at [email protected]

            Sofe Design Auctions
          • LOUIS PAUL JONAS "THE GRIZZLY'S LAST STAND" BRONZE SCULPTURE
            Sep. 12, 2021

            LOUIS PAUL JONAS "THE GRIZZLY'S LAST STAND" BRONZE SCULPTURE

            Est: -

            Louis Paul Jonas (1894 - 1971) "The Grizzly's Last Stand" Bronze Sculpture. This sculpture is a smaller version of the monumental bronze that sits outside the Denver Museum of Science and Nature. Limited to an edition of 950, this sculpture is numbered 104. Louis Paul Jonas studied art in Hungary as a young man. At the age of fourteen he emigrated to the United States and became an apprentice to his brother who was a taxidermist in Denver, Colorado. This early work as a taxidermist taught him a great deal about animal anatomy. His desire to become a sculptor was so strong that he moved to New York City and enrolled in the New York Academy of Design studying under the famous sculptor Herman Atkins MacNeil. He developed a strong friendship with MacNeil and later during the 1920's worked for MacNeil and Carl Akeley as a taxidermist at the American Museum of Natural History. Jonas' first public commission was awarded in 1930. His bronze monument of a giant Grizzly protecting her cubs titled Grizzly's Last Stand can be found in Denver's City Park. Total weight is approx. 30 pounds. Artist: Louis Paul Jonas Title: "The Grizzly's Last Stand Medium: Bronze Signature Type: Signed Signature Location: on base Edition: 104/950 Keywords: Southwestern, Western Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1166

            Bradford's
          • Louis-Paul Jonas (1894-1971) Hippopotamus 6 1/2in high (Modeled and cast in 1932.)
            Feb. 26, 2021

            Louis-Paul Jonas (1894-1971) Hippopotamus 6 1/2in high (Modeled and cast in 1932.)

            Est: $600 - $800

            Louis-Paul Jonas (1894-1971) Hippopotamus inscribed 'LOUIS P. JONAS. Sc. / © Z.A.I. 1932' (along the base) bronze with dark brown patina 6 1/2in high Modeled and cast in 1932. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

            Bonhams
          • Louis-Paul Jonas (1894-1971) Standing Grizzly Bear 10in high (Modeled and cast in 1932.)
            Feb. 26, 2021

            Louis-Paul Jonas (1894-1971) Standing Grizzly Bear 10in high (Modeled and cast in 1932.)

            Est: $600 - $800

            Louis-Paul Jonas (1894-1971) Standing Grizzly Bear inscribed 'LOUIS P. JONAS. Sc. / © Z.A.I. 1932' (along the base) bronze with dark brown patina 10in high Modeled and cast in 1932. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

            Bonhams
          • Louis Paul Jonas (1894-1971) Caribou Bronze 1931
            Oct. 14, 2020

            Louis Paul Jonas (1894-1971) Caribou Bronze 1931

            Est: $400 - $600

            Bronze titled Caribou by Louis Paul Jonas. Cast zinc with applied brown patina. Signed, dated 1931, and inscribed Z.A. 1. Measures approx 9.75" x 10.5". Jona's early zinc sculptures are rare and were cast and patinated by Jonas. The quality of the casts were exceptional. Most of his productions were hand painted ceramic casts. He was affiliated with the Museum of Natural History, N.Y. Provenance: Private Collection, N.Y. Please review all photos closely. The nonappearance of a condition report does not mean that the lot is in perfect condition, does not show wear due to age and use, or is free from damage. Market Auctions Inc. strongly suggests that you request a condition report before placing a bid. You may request one from us via this auction platform. Please note that any condition reports are given as strictly as a courtesy to interested parties and should not be considered a statement of fact. Market Auctions Inc. bears no responsibility for any error or omission. All sales are final and sold as is. Measurements are approximated. Please note shipping is not included. All collectibles, silver, antiques, and paintings please contact our third party shipper listed below: PakMail #703 (561) 491-8800 / [email protected] SALES TAX NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Market Auction, Inc., only collects and remits sales tax on items purchased by Florida residents. ALL OUT OF STATE purchasers are required to pay sales tax to their respective States. Purchasers holding valid resale certificates must provide proof of same prior to purchase. Market Auctions, Inc. takes no responsibility for purchaser failure to remit sales tax to the proper non-Florida taxing authority and for any fines or penalties that may result.

            Market Auctions Inc.
          • LOUIS PAUL JONAS - CARIBOU
            Jul. 08, 2020

            LOUIS PAUL JONAS - CARIBOU

            Est: $400 - $600

            Lot 53 Louis Paul Jonas American (1894-1971) Caribou (1931) bronze with artist applied brown patina signed on the base overall height: 9 3/4 inches base: 10 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches Provenance: From a New York Collection

            Capsule Gallery Auction
          • Three Louis Paul Jonas Studios Sculptures
            Jun. 11, 2020

            Three Louis Paul Jonas Studios Sculptures

            Est: $500 - $700

            Bobcat  signed and numbered  12/79 Height 7 x width 5 1/2 x depth 5 1/2 inches   Snow Leopard signed and numbered  12/89 Height 4 x width 8 1/4 x depth 3 1/4 inches   Snow Leopard signed and numbered  2/80 Height 4 1/2 x width 10 1/2 x depth 3 1/2 inches.

            Cowan's Auctions
          • Three Louis Paul Jonas Studios Sculptures
            Jun. 11, 2020

            Three Louis Paul Jonas Studios Sculptures

            Est: $500 - $700

            Puma signed and numbered 12/80 Height 5 x width 8 3/4 x depth 3 1/2 inches   Lion signed and numbered 12/82 Height 9 1/4 x width 11 x depth 4 1/2 inches   Tiger signed and numbered 12/77 Height 5 1/2 x width 13 1/2 x depth 4 inches.

            Cowan's Auctions
          • Louis Paul Jonas Studios Greater Kudu
            Apr. 24, 2020

            Louis Paul Jonas Studios Greater Kudu

            Est: $300 - $500

            Louis Paul Jonas Studios (Louis Paul Jonas Amerian 1894-1971) signed sculpture of a Greater Kudu, slight drying crack behind horns, length 110", ht 11"

            Merrill's Auctioneers & Appraisers
          • Louis Paul Jonas Studios Mountain Lion
            Apr. 24, 2020

            Louis Paul Jonas Studios Mountain Lion

            Est: $300 - $500

            Louis Paul Jonas Studios (Louis Paul Jonas Amerian 1894-1971) signed sculpture of a mountain lion. Light wear on ear, slight drying crack at base of tail, length 8 1/2"

            Merrill's Auctioneers & Appraisers
          • LOUIS PAUL JONAS CARVED PAINTED ELEPHANT SIGNED
            Mar. 26, 2020

            LOUIS PAUL JONAS CARVED PAINTED ELEPHANT SIGNED

            Est: $600 - $800

            Louis Paul Jonas (American, 1894-1971) A carved and hand painted elephant, signed Louis Paul Jonas, Studios 1272, Edition 114/500

            Kamelot Auctions
          • Louis Paul Jonas Studios Beavers.
            Mar. 08, 2020

            Louis Paul Jonas Studios Beavers.

            Est: $150 - $250

            Length 10 1/2 inches, height 4 inches.

            Casco Bay Auctions
          • Group of Signed Louis Paul Jonas Resin Miniatures
            Feb. 01, 2020

            Group of Signed Louis Paul Jonas Resin Miniatures

            Est: $250 - $300

            Group of Seven Signed Louis Paul Jonas Resin Miniature Mounts. Each one is mounted on a stained wood background & is signed on the reverse "Louis Paul Jonas 876"-plus the species name. Some exhibit minor scuffs, & chips & one has a broken horn tip. They range from 4.5" to 9" tall. Jonas opened Louis Paul Jonas Studios, Inc in Mahopac, NY & eventually moved to Hudson, NY. The studio was known for its miniature & full size animal sculptures, taxidermy, & natural history exhibits featured in over 50 museums worldwide. The company created the first full sized dinosaur sculptures for the 1964 New York World's Fair in the "Dinoland" area, which was sponsored by the Sinclair Oil Corp. Bighorn, Dall, Stone, Desert Sheep, Grants Gazelle, Impala, Greater Kudu are all represented.

            Gulfcoast Coin and Jewelry
          • Louis Paul Jonas (1894-1971) Impala Sculpture
            Sep. 29, 2019

            Louis Paul Jonas (1894-1971) Impala Sculpture

            Est: $400 - $600

            Incredible cast resin impala sculpture converted to lamp. Detailed to base. signature to base "Louis Paul Jonas Studios 969". 15 1/2 x 6 1/4 14h (sculpture only).

            Main Auction Galleries
          • Louis Paul Jonas (American, 1894-1971) Elephant Statue
            Apr. 14, 2019

            Louis Paul Jonas (American, 1894-1971) Elephant Statue

            Est: $300 - $400

            Louis Paul Jonas (American, 1894-1971) Elephant Statue 20th Century, marker signed in corner, numbered illegibly; attached to a wood base Condition: Very Good, small chip on end of trunk; small paint chips on the edge of the ear; light wear on the wood Height: 14.00 inches, Width: 16.00 inches, Depth: 8.25 inches Category: Decorative Arts > Statues Shipping Status: Leonard Auction, Inc. will provide direct shipping for this lot. Please visit our website for a shipping estimate. Approximate Sale Time: 11:44 am CST Links to High Resolution Images: Image #1 Image #2 Image #3 Image #4 Image #5 Image #6 Image #7

            Leonard Auction
          • Louis Paul Jonas (American, 1894-1971) Elephant Statue
            Apr. 14, 2019

            Louis Paul Jonas (American, 1894-1971) Elephant Statue

            Est: $300 - $400

            Louis Paul Jonas (American, 1894-1971) Elephant Statue 20th Century, marker signed in corner, numbered 1167, depicting a mother and baby elephant; attached to wood base Condition: Very Good, part of right tusk reattached with tape Height: 11.50 inches, Width: 16.00 inches, Depth: 8.25 inches Category: Decorative Arts > Statues Shipping Status: Leonard Auction, Inc. will provide direct shipping for this lot. Please visit our website for a shipping estimate. Approximate Sale Time: 11:44 am CST Links to High Resolution Images: Image #1 Image #2 Image #3 Image #4 Image #5

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          • LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS KODIAK BEAR
            Jul. 21, 2018

            LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS KODIAK BEAR

            Est: $80 - $150

            Louis Paul Jonas (United States, 1894-1971) Studios, Kodiak Bear, signed and numbered 6/89, approx 6.75"h, 11"w, 4.5"d, 1.75lbs **Provenance: From the estate of James Dolan Jr. (1937-2017), Director of Collections at the San Diego Zoo until 2002** Start Price: $60.00

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          • (5) LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS WILDLIFE SCULPTURES
            Apr. 21, 2018

            (5) LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS WILDLIFE SCULPTURES

            Est: $100 - $200

            (lot of 5) Louis Paul Jonas (United States, 1894-1971) Studios wildlife sculptures, including: (1) Koala and Joey on branch, signed and numbered 7/89, (1) Koala, signed and numbered 9/89, (1) Wallaby, signed and numbered 9/89, (1) Eohippus, signed and numbered1/89, (1) Bandicoot, signed and numbered 9/89, loss to one ear; largest: approx 6.75"h, 6"w, 6"d; 2lbs total **Provenance: From the estate of James Dolan Jr. (1937-2017), Director of Collections at the San Diego Zoo until 2002** Start Price: $60.00

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          • LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS MALAYAN SAMBAR
            Apr. 21, 2018

            LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS MALAYAN SAMBAR

            Est: $100 - $200

            Louis Paul Jonas (United States, 1894-1971) Studios, Malayan Sambar, signed and numbered 10/80, small losses to antlers, approx 10"h, 11.5"w, 4"d, 2.25lbs **Provenance: From the estate of James Dolan Jr. (1937-2017), Director of Collections at the San Diego Zoo until 2002** Start Price: $80.00

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          • (2) LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS WILDLIFE SCULPTURES
            Apr. 21, 2018

            (2) LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS WILDLIFE SCULPTURES

            Est: $150 - $250

            (lot of 2) Louis Paul Jonas (United States, 1894-1971) Studios wildlife sculptures, including: (1) White-lipped Deer, signed and numbered 3/90, approx 11.5"h, 9.5"w, 3.75"d, (1) Black-tailed Deer, signed and numbered 6/89, approx 8.5"h, 6.5"w, 2.75"d; 2.5lbs total **Provenance: From the estate of James Dolan Jr. (1937-2017), Director of Collections at the San Diego Zoo until 2002** Start Price: $80.00

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          • (2) LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS FALLOW & MARSH DEER
            Apr. 21, 2018

            (2) LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS FALLOW & MARSH DEER

            Est: $150 - $250

            (lot of 2) Louis Paul Jonas (American, 1894-1971) Studios wildlife sculptures, signed and numbered, including: (1) Marsh Deer, numbered 5/96; (1) European Fallow Deer, numbered 1030; largest: approx 11.5"h, 11.5"w, 4"d; 3.5lbs total**Provenance: From the estate of James Dolan Jr. (1937-2017), Director of Collections at the San Diego Zoo until 2002** Start Price: $100.00

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          • (2)LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS MULE & MACNEILL'S DEER
            Apr. 21, 2018

            (2)LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS MULE & MACNEILL'S DEER

            Est: $150 - $250

            (lot of 2) Louis Paul Jonas (American, 1894-1971) Studios wildlife sculptures, signed and numbered, including: (1) MacNeill's Deer, numbered 1284; (1) Mule Deer, numbered 1180; largest: approx 10.25"h, 11"w, 4.5"d; 4.25lbs total **Provenance: From the estate of James Dolan Jr. (1937-2017), Director of Collections at the San Diego Zoo until 2002** Start Price: $100.00

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          • (3) LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS DUIKERS
            Apr. 21, 2018

            (3) LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS DUIKERS

            Est: $100 - $200

            (lot of 3) Louis Paul Jonas (United States, 1894-1971) Studios wildlife sculptures, including: (1) Crowned Duiker, illegibly signed and numbered, (1) Abbott's Duiker, signed and numbered 7/90, (1) Yellow-backed Duiker, signed and numbered 9/89; largest: approx 4.75"h, 6.75"w, 2.75"d; 1.5lbs total **Provenance: From the estate of James Dolan Jr. (1937-2017), Director of Collections at the San Diego Zoo until 2002** Start Price: $60.00

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          • (2) LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS WILDLIFE SCULPTURES
            Apr. 21, 2018

            (2) LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS WILDLIFE SCULPTURES

            Est: $150 - $250

            (lot of 2) Louis Paul Jonas (United States, 1894-1971) Studios wildlife sculptures, including: (1) White-tailed Deer, signed and numbered 12/80, approx 9"h, 8.25"w, 3"d, (1) Schomburgk's Deer, extinct 1937, singed and numbered 6/90, approx 10.75"h, 11.5"w, 4"d; 3.25lbs total **Provenance: From the estate of James Dolan Jr. (1937-2017), Director of Collections at the San Diego Zoo until 2002** Start Price: $80.00

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          • (3) LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS FOX/HYENA/MESOHIPPUS
            Apr. 21, 2018

            (3) LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS FOX/HYENA/MESOHIPPUS

            Est: $100 - $200

            (lot of 3) Louis Paul Jonas (America, 1894-1971) Studios wildlife sculptures, signed and numbered, including: (1) Spotting Hyena, numbered 1/89; (1) Mesohippus, numbered 1/89; (1) Red Fox, numbered 9/89, chips to ear; largest: approx 4"h, 6.25"w, 3"d; 1lb total **Provenance: From the estate of James Dolan Jr. (1937-2017), Director of Collections at the San Diego Zoo until 2002** Start Price: $80.00

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          • (3) LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS WILDLIFE SCULPTURES
            Apr. 21, 2018

            (3) LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS WILDLIFE SCULPTURES

            Est: $150 - $250

            (lot of 3) Louis Paul Jonas (United States, 1894-1971) Studios wildlife sculptures, including: (1) Beira, signed and numbered 3/90, (1) Red-flanked Duiker, signed and numbered 9/89, (1) Gerenuk, signed and numbered 12/89; largest: approx 6.75"h, 6.5"w, 2.75"d; 1.5lbs total **Provenance: From the estate of James Dolan Jr. (1937-2017), Director of Collections at the San Diego Zoo until 2002** Start Price: $80.00

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          • (3) LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS GAZELLE/PUDU/ORIBI
            Apr. 21, 2018

            (3) LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS GAZELLE/PUDU/ORIBI

            Est: $100 - $200

            (lot of 3) Louis Paul Jonas (American, 1894-1971) Studios wildlife sculptures, signed and numbered, including: (1) Pudu, numbered 1/80 under foot; (1) Oribi, numbered 7/89; (1) Red-fronted Gazelle, numbered 5/90; largest: approx 5.5"h, 5.5"w, 2.75"d; 1lbs **Provenance: From the estate of James Dolan Jr. (1937-2017), Director of Collections at the San Diego Zoo until 2002** Start Price: $80.00

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          • (2) LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS LLAMA & ANTEATER
            Apr. 21, 2018

            (2) LOUIS PAUL JONAS STUDIOS LLAMA & ANTEATER

            Est: $150 - $250

            (lot of 2) Louis Paul Jonas (American, 1894-1971) Studios wildlife sculptures, signed and numbered, including: (1) Giant Anteater, numbered 9/89; (1) Llama, numbered 9/89; largest: approx 8.75"h, 8.75"w, 4"d; 2.75lbs total**Provenance: From the estate of James Dolan Jr. (1937-2017), Director of Collections at the San Diego Zoo until 2002** Start Price: $100.00

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