Rare and historically important Abolitionist flag banner (c. 1861) of impressive size, 60" x 106", featured on "History Detectives" (Episode 3, 2004), Rochester, NY history
Fine Henry Clay Whig Party 1844 campaign flag banner, from an excellent selection of historical banners and flags from a private collection
Shenandoah Valley decorative arts, including a fine Rockingham Co. stoneware jar attributed to Heatwole or Coffman, and a painted pulled-rod basket and cover
Cornelius Van Wytfliet (Flemish, 1550-1597) "Norumbega et Virginia" (1597) map of the Atlantic Seaboard, deaccessioned by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation with proceeds to benefit the Collections and Acquisitions Funds
Gaspard Bailleul "L'Amerique Divisee En Ses Principales Parties" (1752), deaccessioned by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation with proceeds to benefit the Collections and Acquisitions Funds
John Filson "Historie de Kentucke, nouvelle colonie a l'ouest de la Virginie" (1785) deaccessioned by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation with proceeds to benefit the Collections and Acquisitions Funds
Heirs of Johann Baptiste Homann map of London (1736), deaccessioned by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation with proceeds to benefit the Collections and Acquisitions Funds
Willem Janzoon Blaeu map of Bermuda (c.1630), deaccessioned by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation with proceeds to benefit the Collections and Acquisitions Funds
From a fine selection of 19th-century American coin silver, including examples by Obadiah Rich, working in Boston, and Robert and William Wilson, working in Philadelphia
19th-century cut-and-pasted full-length silhouette with Richmond, VA history, possibly William Henry Brown (1808-1883)
Selection of Southern seating furniture, including a Roanoke River Basin (VA/NC) Chippendale walnut side chair with early surface
19th-century molded-copper architectural eagle ornament from the American Bank building in Richmond, VA, ex-Robert Crawford, 70" WOA
David Edward Cronin (American, 1839-1925) oil on canvas "Attack on a Confederate Stronghold", signed and dated 1866, depicts an attack by the NY 1st Reg. cavalry carrying out a surprise raid at Charles City Courthouse in late 1863, ex-Robert Hinklin and Kennedy Galleries, 23 ½" x 35 ½" sight, 33 ¼" x 45 1/4'" OA
Walter Thomas Sacks (American, 1901-1961) oil on canvas harbor scene, 29 ½" x 34 ½" sight, 35 ½" x 40 ½" OA
James Abbot McNeill Whistler (American, 1834-1903) "Billingsgate" etching, a fine impression, 6" x 8 7/8" plate
Chinese export porcelain including two matching plates having the arms of Dacre impaling Weldon with bianco-sopra-bianco decoration
Fine forms and patterns of English transfer-printed ceramics including a large platter having the design "Cape Coast Castle on the Gold Coast of Africa" and Henshall and Company's sauce tureen and undertray having “Gothic Scenery” design.
A selection of American historical transfer-printed wares including a small jug having designs of USS Enterprise, HMS Boxer, USS United States and HMS Macedonian.
American or European School (19th century) oil on canvas sentimental genre painting of impressive size
Rockingham Co., Shenandoah Valley of Virginia painted ladderback split-bottom arm chair and a Caleb Davis (Woodstock, VA) walnut tall-case clock, each descended directly in the families of the original owners, from a good selection of Shenandoah Valley of Virginia furniture and decorative arts
Rare Southern seating furniture, including a VA / MD mahogany armchair and Roanoke River Basin (VA / NC) walnut side chair
Chippendale carved mahogany corner / necessary chair from the Galt estate, Williamsburg, VA, and an unusual brass-inlaid carved mahogany cellarette
Bruce Crane (American, 1857-1937) oil on canvas Tonalist landscape, titled "Passing Shower", 12" x 16" sight
Thomas Hart Benton (American, 1889-1975) lithograph, "The Fence Mender" (c. 1940), pencil signed in margin lower right
Lamar William Dodd (Georgia, 1909-1996) New England coastal scene, watercolor on paper, dated "1953"
Northwest Coast Native American carved model totem poles, one argillite, the other paint-decorated wood, each early 20th century
Manuel Cil watercolor miniature portrait of a man, signed lower right. Cil was a Spanish-born miniaturist who spent time in the 1820's working in Charleston, SC, recently discovered, 3 1/4" x 2 5/8"