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Abraham Lincoln Bronze Bust by George E. Bissell
Lot # 192 - Abraham Lincoln Bronze Bust by George E. Bissell
George Bissell (American, 1839-1920), signed Geo. E. Bissell / Sc / Copyrighted on back of bust, inscribed J.E. Caldwell & Co. / Gorham Co. Founders / O46 and MFA; ht. 16.5 in.
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Large Loetz Candia Papillon Vase
Lot # 132 - Large Loetz Candia Papillon Vase
Austrian, early 20th century. A large Loetz candia papillon vase, having a tall tapered form; ht. 12.75 in.
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Group of Crystal and Glass Globes
Lot # 236 - Group of Crystal and Glass Globes
Lot of three includes a small rock crystal sphere on an acrylic stand, a glass orb with iridescent swirls, marked RW Stephan 1983, and a a larger glass garden globe with light blue and lime green swirls. Garden globe includes a stand; largest ht. 10.75 in.
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Adrian Saxe (1943; USA)
Lot # 91 - Adrian Saxe (1943; USA)
Untitled Mystery Ewer (Marie-Madeira)
ca 1999
Porcelain; ht. 11.25, wd. 6 in.  
Artist stamp and signature on base.

In a 1993 review of Saxe's work, art critic Christopher Knight wrote: “With outrageous humor and unspeakable beauty, he makes intensely seductive objects that exploit traditional anthropomorphic qualities associated with ceramics. Having pressed the question of the utility of his own art in a post-industrial world, his work engages us in a dialog about our own place in a radically shifting cultural universe. The result is that Saxe has become the most significant ceramic artist of his generation.”

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Italian Period Costume Prints
Lot # - Italian Period Costume Prints
Italian, 19th century. Four hand-colored prints of figures in period costumes, titled on plate: Cav. dell' Amaranta, Cavsa. del Cordone, Cav. del Carmelo Gran Maestro, Cav. del Bagno; each 9.25 x 6.75 in. (sight), 17.75 x 14.75 in. (framed).
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Japanese Imari Dinnerwares
Lot # - Japanese Imari Dinnerwares
Japanese, 19th century. A Meiji period  extensive 73-piece set of Imari bowls, soup dishes and plates, with marks for Arita wares; largest dia. 10 in.
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Chinese Vase
Lot # - Chinese Vase
Chinese, 20th century. A small porcelain vase with flaring rim and floral decoration on white ground, character marks to one side and underside, presented in red silk box; 8.25 in.
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Large Loetz Centerpiece
Lot # 134 - Large Loetz Centerpiece
Austrian, early 20th century. A large Loetz centerpiece in iridescent glass, having a ruffled rim; ht. 3.5 in., dia. 11 in.
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Kilim Pillows and Throw
Lot # - Kilim Pillows and Throw
20th century. A group of five pillows, two largest matching and a brightly colored wool blend throw; largest pillow 23 x 22 in., throw 128 x 61 in.
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CSA Lt. Colonel Frank H. Langley's <i>Old First Virginia Infantry</i> Broadside
Lot # 157 - CSA Lt. Colonel Frank H. Langley's Old First Virginia Infantry Broadside
Partially printed, colorful honorable service broadside presented to Frank H. Langley by the Old First Virginia Infantry Association. The document states that Langley served as Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, Major, and Lieutenant Colonel in the "Old First." Langley served from April 21, 1861, until the last day of the war in 1865. Judging from the various ranks he held, he must have done it all! The First Virginia Regimental states that Langley was captured at Sayler's Creek at the end of the war and was sent to Johnson's Island POW Camp. The document is signed by William H. Palmer, who served on General A.P. Hill's staff and was wounded at Williamsburg and Chancellorsville. Also signed by Charles T. Loehr, who was wounded at Gettysburg and Cold Harbor, and after the war, was the author of War History of the Old First Virginia Infantry Regiment. Printed by Baughman Brothers, Richmond, VA. 10.5 x 13 in., framed, 13.5 x 15.5 in.
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