Important Anna Pottery stoneware presentation vase, one of two made by Cornwall Kirkpatrick for his daughters, inscribed and dated January 1, 1886. 8 ½" x 12 ¾" x 6". Acquired directly from the family.

Important Anna Pottery stoneware presentation vase, one of two made by Cornwall Kirkpatrick for his daughters, inscribed and dated January 1, 1886. 8 ½" x 12 ¾" x 6". Acquired directly from the family.

Rare Thompson family, Morgantown Pottery, Morgantown, WV cobalt-decorated two-gallon stoneware jar, bearing unique decoration and unrecorded marks

Rare Thompson family, Morgantown Pottery, Morgantown, WV cobalt-decorated two-gallon stoneware jar, bearing unique decoration and unrecorded marks

Virginia/Pennsylvania earthenware figures

Virginia/Pennsylvania earthenware figures

Rare Shenandoah Valley of Virginia stoneware

Rare Shenandoah Valley of Virginia stoneware

Kentucky inlaid walnut child's chest of drawers (c. 1830), poplar secondary wood, discovered by the consignor's mother at a northern Kentucky estate auction in the mid 20th century. 28 ¾" H, 27 ¾" W, 12 ¼" D. See Lacer and Howard, Collecting Kentucky, 1790-1860, p. 330 (middle) for a three-drawer miniature/child's chest with similar foot profile.

Kentucky inlaid walnut child's chest of drawers (c. 1830), poplar secondary wood, discovered by the consignor's mother at a northern Kentucky estate auction in the mid 20th century. 28 ¾" H, 27 ¾" W, 12 ¼" D. See Lacer and Howard, Collecting Kentucky, 1790-1860, p. 330 (middle) for a three-drawer miniature/child's chest with similar foot profile.

Inlay detail from Kentucky child's chest of drawers

Inlay detail from Kentucky child's chest of drawers

Kentucky/Ohio cherry tall-case clock (c.1820), case attributed to Elijah Warner (active 1810-1829, Lexington, KY), wooden works and painted wooden dial by Luman Watson (active 1819-1834, Cincinnati, OH), poplar secondary wood. 97 ½" HOA. From the private collection of Luke and Ann Woods, Cincinnati, OH and Spruce Pine, NC. See Lacer and Howard, Collecting Kentucky, 1790-1860, p. 184 for a nearly identical example descended in a Fleming Co., KY estate, ex-collection Clifton Anderson.

Kentucky/Ohio cherry tall-case clock (c.1820), case attributed to Elijah Warner (active 1810-1829, Lexington, KY), wooden works and painted wooden dial by Luman Watson (active 1819-1834, Cincinnati, OH), poplar secondary wood. 97 ½" HOA. From the private collection of Luke and Ann Woods, Cincinnati, OH and Spruce Pine, NC. See Lacer and Howard, Collecting Kentucky, 1790-1860, p. 184 for a nearly identical example descended in a Fleming Co., KY estate, ex-collection Clifton Anderson.

Northern Shenandoah Valley, Virginia or Maryland, inlaid cherry corner cupboard, yellow pine secondary wood, untouched surface and condition. 92" H, 33" corner.

Northern Shenandoah Valley, Virginia or Maryland, inlaid cherry corner cupboard, yellow pine secondary wood, untouched surface and condition. 92" H, 33" corner.

Upstate South Carolina walnut huntboard and an Apache coiled basket of impressive size. Huntboard 45" H, 53 ½" W, 23 ½" D. Basket 25" D (out of round)

Upstate South Carolina walnut huntboard and an Apache coiled basket of impressive size. Huntboard 45" H, 53 ½" W, 23 ½" D. Basket 25" D (out of round)

Middle Tennessee cherry sugar chest and Virginia/North Carolina walnut bottle case/cellarette. Sugar chest 34" H, 28" W, 18 ¼" D

Middle Tennessee cherry sugar chest and Virginia/North Carolina walnut bottle case/cellarette. Sugar chest 34" H, 28" W, 18 ¼" D

Rare set of six late Federal inlaid mahogany dining chairs, possibly Richmond, VA

Rare set of six late Federal inlaid mahogany dining chairs, possibly Richmond, VA

Ohio walnut and figured maple child's chest of drawers and a Kentucky/Ohio turned walnut dish-top candlestand, from the private collection of Luke and Ann Woods, Cincinnati, OH and Spruce Pine, NC. Candlestand 27 ½" H

Ohio walnut and figured maple child's chest of drawers and a Kentucky/Ohio turned walnut dish-top candlestand, from the private collection of Luke and Ann Woods, Cincinnati, OH and Spruce Pine, NC. Candlestand 27 ½" H

1907 Saint Gaudens high-relief double-eagle $20 gold coin, from a broad selection of fine coins and other currency

1907 Saint Gaudens high-relief double-eagle $20 gold coin, from a broad selection of fine coins and other currency

1924 Saint Gaudens $20 gold piece, from the Woods collection of gold coins

1924 Saint Gaudens $20 gold piece, from the Woods collection of gold coins

Many high-grade U.S. and foreign coins

Many high-grade U.S. and foreign coins

Virginia colonial paper currency

Virginia colonial paper currency

Deputy Commissary's Guide within the Province of Maryland, printed 1774 in Annapolis, from a good selection of antiquarian books

Deputy Commissary's Guide within the Province of Maryland, printed 1774 in Annapolis, from a good selection of antiquarian books

Silon Amos Henkel (New Market, VA, b. 1813) folk art miniature portrait (c.1845) of Martha Ann Cunningham (1824-1897) of Washington Co., VA, together with a slightly later sixth-plate daguerreotype (c. 1850) of the sitter, her husband (Madison Beattie, 1811-1885), and their growing family, descended directly in the family of the sitter

Silon Amos Henkel (New Market, VA, b. 1813) folk art miniature portrait (c.1845) of Martha Ann Cunningham (1824-1897) of Washington Co., VA, together with a slightly later sixth-plate daguerreotype (c. 1850) of the sitter, her husband (Madison Beattie, 1811-1885), and their growing family, descended directly in the family of the sitter

Rare Wythe Co., VA fraktur by the Wild Turkey Artist

Rare Wythe Co., VA fraktur by the Wild Turkey Artist

Shelton sisters' baskets (c. 1910), Forsyth Co., NC

Shelton sisters' baskets (c. 1910), Forsyth Co., NC

Mary Causby baskets (c. 1910), Morganton, NC

Mary Causby baskets (c. 1910), Morganton, NC

John Hesselius (American, 1728-1778), attributed, portrait of a gentleman, from a group of Johnston family (Fairfax Co., VA) oil on canvas portraits (c. 1765), depicting George Johnston (1722-1767); his wife, Sarah McCartney Johnston (b. 1729); and their son, George Johnston, Jr. (d. 1777), descended directly in the family of the sitters. 30" x 25" (each). George Johnston was a prominent lawyer and landowner in the Belhaven area of Fairfax Co. who served as a member of the House of Burgesses (1750-1765) and as a member of the Council of Alexandria (1750). His son, George Johnston, Jr., was a successful lawyer in nearby Loudoun Co. and an ardent patriot who served as Washington's aide-de-camp during the Revolutionary War and died at Morristown, NJ.

John Hesselius (American, 1728-1778), attributed, portrait of a gentleman, from a group of Johnston family (Fairfax Co., VA) oil on canvas portraits (c. 1765), depicting George Johnston (1722-1767); his wife, Sarah McCartney Johnston (b. 1729); and their son, George Johnston, Jr. (d. 1777), descended directly in the family of the sitters. 30" x 25" (each). George Johnston was a prominent lawyer and landowner in the Belhaven area of Fairfax Co. who served as a member of the House of Burgesses (1750-1765) and as a member of the Council of Alexandria (1750). His son, George Johnston, Jr., was a successful lawyer in nearby Loudoun Co. and an ardent patriot who served as Washington's aide-de-camp during the Revolutionary War and died at Morristown, NJ.

Sarah McCartney Johnston

Sarah McCartney Johnston

George Johnston, Jr.

George Johnston, Jr.

Important Maltby Sykes (American, 1911-1992) oil on Masonite painting, "Sampson" (c. 1947), 15 ¼" x 19 ¼" sight, 27" x 30 ¾" overall

Important Maltby Sykes (American, 1911-1992) oil on Masonite painting, "Sampson" (c. 1947), 15 ¼" x 19 ¼" sight, 27" x 30 ¾" overall

Maltby Sykes (American, 1911-1992) painting, "Siesta" (c. 1955), oil on canvas, 19 ¾" x 23 ¾" sight, 28 ½" x 33 ½" overall

Maltby Sykes (American, 1911-1992) painting, "Siesta" (c. 1955), oil on canvas, 19 ¾" x 23 ¾" sight, 28 ½" x 33 ½" overall

Thomas Corwin Lindsay (c.1845-1907) Ohio landscape painting

Thomas Corwin Lindsay (c.1845-1907) Ohio landscape painting

Detail of Thomas Corwin Lindsay (c.1845-1907) Ohio landscape painting

Detail of Thomas Corwin Lindsay (c.1845-1907) Ohio landscape painting

George Lafayette Clough (American, 1824-1901) oil on academy board New England landscape painting (c. 1860) 11 ½" x 17 ½" sight, 22 ½" x 28 ½" overall

George Lafayette Clough (American, 1824-1901) oil on academy board New England landscape painting (c. 1860) 11 ½" x 17 ½" sight, 22 ½" x 28 ½" overall

Henry Hutt (American, 1875-1950) watercolor and gouache on paper illustration (c.1910) 37" x 24 ¾" sight, 41" x 29" overall

Henry Hutt (American, 1875-1950) watercolor and gouache on paper illustration (c.1910) 37" x 24 ¾" sight, 41" x 29" overall

Alfred Heber Hutty (American, 1877-1954) South Carolina lowcountry etching "Patriarch", pencil-signed and monogrammed. 9 ¾" x 13 ¾" plate, 15 ¼" x 18 7/8" overall

Alfred Heber Hutty (American, 1877-1954) South Carolina lowcountry etching "Patriarch", pencil-signed and monogrammed. 9 ¾" x 13 ¾" plate, 15 ¼" x 18 7/8" overall

Susan Catherine Moore Waters (American, 1823-1900) oil on canvas barnyard scene (c. 1870), on likely original stretchers bearing New York merchant's label, 36" x 52"

Susan Catherine Moore Waters (American, 1823-1900) oil on canvas barnyard scene (c. 1870), on likely original stretchers bearing New York merchant's label, 36" x 52"

American School (19th century) oil on canvas landscape painting (c.1875) featuring an elaborate home and estate, on original stretchers, canvas bearing a stenciled mark for a Pittsburgh, PA artist's supply merchant, 28 1/2" x 48 ½" sight, 32" x 52" OA

American School (19th century) oil on canvas landscape painting (c.1875) featuring an elaborate home and estate, on original stretchers, canvas bearing a stenciled mark for a Pittsburgh, PA artist's supply merchant, 28 1/2" x 48 ½" sight, 32" x 52" OA

A selection of 18th century Staffordshire tortoiseshell or Whieldon-type creamware articles

A selection of 18th century Staffordshire tortoiseshell or Whieldon-type creamware articles

Staffordshire copper lustre pitcher having printed design of Andrew Jackson, the "The Hero of New Orleans", on blue ground (8 ½" H)

Staffordshire copper lustre pitcher having printed design of Andrew Jackson, the "The Hero of New Orleans", on blue ground (8 ½" H)

Worcester porcelain mug dated 1757 commemorating Frederick the Great, having "King of Prussia" below portrait. Printed with "RH" monogram for Robert Hancock and anchor mark in design (4 5/8" H)

Worcester porcelain mug dated 1757 commemorating Frederick the Great, having "King of Prussia" below portrait. Printed with "RH" monogram for Robert Hancock and anchor mark in design (4 5/8" H)

Unrecorded figural mark on Morgantown jar

Unrecorded figural mark on Morgantown jar

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