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          • G.E. LEWIS A BRASS-CORNERED LEATHER DOUBLE RIFLE HAMMER GUNCASE,
            Dec. 08, 2020

            G.E. LEWIS A BRASS-CORNERED LEATHER DOUBLE RIFLE HAMMER GUNCASE,

            Est: £150 - £250

            G.E. LEWIS A BRASS-CORNERED LEATHER DOUBLE RIFLE HAMMER GUNCASE, fitted for 30in. barrels, the interior lined with maroon baize, a G.E. Lewis trade label, brass lock (key missing)

            Holts Auctioneers
          • G. Lewis: Acoma Pottery, New Mexico
            Oct. 10, 2020

            G. Lewis: Acoma Pottery, New Mexico

            Est: $150 - $250

            Decorated pottery vase, signed G. Lewis. [7 x 5 (dia) (top) inches]. In good condition.

            Roland Auctions NY
          • Native American Pottery
            Nov. 10, 2018

            Native American Pottery

            Est: $100 - $200

            Native American owl pottery piece. Measures: 2 1/2'' H x 3'' W Marked: G.Lewis Acoma

            Fidelity Estate Services
          • DODGSON, CHARLES LUTWIDGE [=CARROLL, LEWIS] Autograph letter signed C. L. Dodgson.
            Apr. 26, 2017

            DODGSON, CHARLES LUTWIDGE [=CARROLL, LEWIS] Autograph letter signed C. L. Dodgson.

            Est: $1,500 - $2,500

            DODGSON, CHARLES LUTWIDGE [=CARROLL, LEWIS] Autograph letter signed C. L. Dodgson. Three pages in dark brown ink on two conjoined leaves, dated Aug. 21 [18]91, from 7 Lushington Road, Oxford, addressed to "Dear Mr. Patmore," [the poet, critic and belletrist Coventry Patmore, a close friend of Dodgson]. The page size is 5 1/2 x 3 3/8 inches (14 x 8.5 cm); the body of the text is 41 lines, plus greeting and felicitations etc. Usual folds, traces of an old mount at the head of the third page. An interesting letter, concerning Irene "Vanbrugh," née Barnes, whose successful London debut was as the White Queen and the Knave of Hearts in a revival of Alice in Wonderland in 1888. She was the daughter of the Rev. Reginald Henry Barnes, Prebendary of Exeter Cathedral (a college friend of Dodgson), and the family numbered Ellen Terry among their friends, so her choice of career was by no means exceptional, and she was encouraged in it by both Terry and Dodgson. The letter concerns an abortive effort of Patmore to invite her to visit him, and Dodgson writes that he has arranged for her to come to tea with him the following Sunday, and that he has just escorted her to the stage door, and that he will shortly be seeing her in the play "Paul Pry." C 

            Doyle New York
          • Lewis, C.G. (1808-1880). "The Waterloo Heroes asse
            Nov. 25, 2016

            Lewis, C.G. (1808-1880). "The Waterloo Heroes asse

            Est: €80 - €100

            Lewis, C.G. (1808-1880). "The Waterloo Heroes assembled at Apsley House". Mezzotint after J.P. KNIGHT, 56,7x90 cm., engr. caption below image, publ. by H. Graves & Co., London, 1845. - Top section waterst.; sm. tear in lower margin. Bromley, F. (act. 1832-1870). "The Peninsular Heroes assembled at the United Service Club". Mezzotint after J.P. KNIGHT, 56,7x90 cm., engr. caption below image, publ. by H. Graves & Co., London, 1847. - Top section waterst.; a few marginal tears. AND 1 other similar historical print ("The Presentation of Magna Charta, A.D. 1215").

            Bubb > Kuyper: Auctioneers of Books, Fine Arts & Manuscripts
          • Painting, Lewis G. Lowe
            Jan. 17, 2016

            Painting, Lewis G. Lowe

            Est: $400 - $600

            Lewis G. Lowe (American, 1923-2003), Coastal Scene (San Francisco), oil on canvas, signed verso, canvas (unframed): 15"h x 19"w. Provenance: From the Estate of the Artist.

            Clars Auctions
          • Lewis G
            Jan. 17, 2016

            Lewis G

            Est: $800 - $1,200

            Lewis G. Lowe (American, 1923-2003), Portrait of a Chinese Man Painting at an Easel, 1948, oil on canvas, signed and dated lower left, canvas (unframed): 28"h x 20"w. Provenance: From the Estate of the Artist.

            Clars Auctions
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