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        • JOHN VOGLER (SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA, 1783-1881) WATCH PAPER PRINT
          Sep. 23, 2023

          JOHN VOGLER (SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA, 1783-1881) WATCH PAPER PRINT

          Est: $200 - $300

          JOHN VOGLER (SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA, 1783-1881) WATCH PAPER, engraving on thin paper, untrimmed oval sheet, featuring an eagle above "J.VOGLER Silver Smith Carefully Repairs & Sells Watches, Trinkets, &cc, Salem N.C." within a circular lettered border. Housed under glass in an ebonized-wood frame. 1820-1845. 2 1/4" sight, 4" x 3" sheet, 5 7/8" x 4 7/8" OA. Catalogue Note: Consultation with Johanna M. Brown, Curator of Moravian Decorative Arts at Old Salem Museums & Gardens has determined that this is most likely a print made from the original copper plate in the Museum's collection. It is published by George Cutten in his Silversmiths of North Carolina 1696-1860, p. 187, and credited as an "Original photograph from a print owned by Mrs. A. H. Patterson, Chapel Hill." Mrs. Patterson was the wife of John Vogler's great-grandson, Andrew Henry Patterson (1870-1928). The Vogler family was very interested in preserving their Moravian history, and it is likely that Andrew's mother, Mary Elizabeth Fries Patterson (1844-1927), or her mother, Lisetta Maria Vogler Fries (1820-1903), had a number of these prints made and distributed to the grandchildren of John Vogler. No original John Vogler watch papers have been recorded.

          Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates
        • JOHN VOGLER (SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA) COIN SILVER SALT SPOON,
          Aug. 26, 2022

          JOHN VOGLER (SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA) COIN SILVER SALT SPOON,

          Est: $100 - $200

          having a shell-shaped bowl on a squared fiddle handle with "M.C.T. / J.E.R." engraving. Marked "I. VOGLER" to back of handle for John Volger of Salem, North Carolina (active 1806-1881). Total weight: 0.215 ozt.

          Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates
        • JOHN VOGLER (SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA) COIN SILVER SMALL TEASPOON,
          Aug. 26, 2022

          JOHN VOGLER (SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA) COIN SILVER SMALL TEASPOON,

          Est: $100 - $200

          having a pointed oval bowl on a coffin fiddle handle with "LCK" and "VV" engraving. Marked "I. VOGLER" to back of handle for John Volger of Salem, North Carolina (active 1806-1881). Total weight: 0.290 ozt.

          Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates
        • JOHN VOGLER (SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA) COIN SILVER TEASPOON,
          Aug. 26, 2022

          JOHN VOGLER (SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA) COIN SILVER TEASPOON,

          Est: $100 - $200

          having a pointed oval bowl on a fiddle handle with "JLS" engraving. Marked "I. VOGLER" to back of handle for John Volger of Salem, North Carolina (active 1806-1881). Total weight: 0.385 ozt.

          Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates
        • JOHN VOGLER (SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA) COIN SILVER TEASPOON,
          Aug. 26, 2022

          JOHN VOGLER (SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA) COIN SILVER TEASPOON,

          Est: $100 - $200

          having a pointed oval bowl on a fiddle handle with pointed shoulders and "JM 1806" engraving. Marked "I. VOGLER" to back of handle for John Volger of Salem, North Carolina (active 1806-1881). Total weight: 0.335 ozt.

          Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates
        • JOHN VOGLER (SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA) ATTRIBUTED COIN SILVER SNUFF BOX,
          Aug. 26, 2022

          JOHN VOGLER (SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA) ATTRIBUTED COIN SILVER SNUFF BOX,

          Est: $500 - $800

          ovoid form with hinged lid, featuring engraved decoration to top with "CB" initials to center and gold-washed interior. Unmarked, attributed to John Volger of Salem, North Carolina (active 1806-1881). Total weight: 1.850 ozt. Together with a modern hand-written note that reads, "Snuff Box - / Christian Brietz / 1772 - 1845 / Grandfather to / Adelaide L. Brietz / Grunert / (Grandmother of / Louise G. Leonard)". Two pieces total.

          Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates
        • 2 Coin Silver Spoons, incl. J. Vogler
          Jul. 13, 2019

          2 Coin Silver Spoons, incl. J. Vogler

          Est: $200 - $250

          Two (2) American coin silver spoons, including John Vogler and Jonathan Trott. 1st item: One (1) fiddle pattern teaspoon marked I Vogler (John Vogler, working Salem, NC, 1783-1881), monogrammed "ERY". .63 oz troy. 2nd item: One (1) oval tipt pattern picture back tablespoon with raised shell decoration to back of bowl marked J. Trott (Jonathan Trott, working Boston, MA/Norwich, CT, circa 1772-1815), monogrammed "H P". 1.53 oz troy. Combined weight: 2.16 oz troy. Provenance: A private Alabama collection. (Additional high-resolution photos are available at www.caseantiques.com.)

          Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals
        • Pair Southern silhouettes, attributed to John Vogler (2pcs)
          Apr. 07, 2016

          Pair Southern silhouettes, attributed to John Vogler (2pcs)

          Est: $300 - $500

          Pair Southern silhouettes, attributed to John Vogler (Salem, North Carolina, 1783-1881) LADY and GENTLEMAN profile white paper cutout on black background, unsigned, framed size H5 3/4" W4 3/4" (2pcs) Provenance: Estate of Mr. & Mrs. A.L. Barker

          Charlton Hall
        • Salem Moravian Missionary Letter, Missouri, 1837,
          Sep. 11, 2010

          Salem Moravian Missionary Letter, Missouri, 1837,

          Est: $500 - $1,000

          Salem Moravian Missionary Letter, Missouri, 1837, from David Dunlap, Sr. to John Vogler (Moravian silversmith, 1783-1881), Salem, North Carolina, dated September 22, 1837, postmarked September 24th, Fulton, Missouri, three-page manuscript letter in brown ink on wove paper with wax seal remnant, discusses potential for a new Moravian settlement in Missouri, including description of settlement sites, but ultimately dismisses possibility of settlement in that region, goes on to discuss visit to Illinois and religious matters of the town of "Hilsborro" (Illinois), sends greetings to several members of the Salem community by name and includes note to Elias Vogler (1825-1876) regarding his studies in closing, 9-3/4 x 7-5/8 in. (page); lot includes notes and journal entries from various sources relating to Mr. Dunlap's visits to Salem from 1830 through 1845, toning, fading, smudges, moisture stains, creases with splits and losses

          Brunk Auctions
        • Two Vogler silhouettes, Salem print: pair
          Mar. 29, 2010

          Two Vogler silhouettes, Salem print: pair

          Est: $1,500 - $3,000

          Two Vogler silhouettes, Salem print: pair silhouettes, John Vogler (Salem, North Carolina, 1783-1881), circa 1820-1830, boy or young man facing left, wove paper cutout on black background, 3-1/2 x 2-5/8 in., and girl or young lady facing right, laid paper cutout on paper ground, 3-5/8 x 2-3/4 in., matching 19th century frames, faded to brown from light exposure, abraded corner; frame resurfaced; rare Salem, North Carolina lithograph, "A Winter-View of the Church, Academy & c. at Salem, N.C.", published by "P.S. Duval's Lith/y., Philadelphia" by A. Newsam, after E.A. Vogler, circa 1810, hand-colored lithograph on paper, 10-3/8 x 14 in., 19th century painted wood frame, abrasions at left edge, handling grime, foxing, toning. Print, G. Wilson Douglas, Jr. Collection; Silhouettes, Pauline Bahnson Gray Collection

          Brunk Auctions
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