Fine portrait of Francis Cassatt Clopper by Thomas Sully, descended directly in the family

Fine portrait of Francis Cassatt Clopper by Thomas Sully, descended directly in the family

One of a pair of Maryland folk art miniature portraits (c.1825), descended directly in the family

One of a pair of Maryland folk art miniature portraits (c.1825), descended directly in the family

One of a pair of Maryland folk art miniature portraits (c.1825), descended directly in the family

One of a pair of Maryland folk art miniature portraits (c.1825), descended directly in the family

John Wood Dodge 1839 miniature portrait of Susan McFarland of White Sulphur Springs, VA (now WV), signed, inscribed and dated verso

John Wood Dodge 1839 miniature portrait of Susan McFarland of White Sulphur Springs, VA (now WV), signed, inscribed and dated verso

Andrew Ellicott 1792 "Plan of the City of Washington in the Territory of Columbia", descended directly in the Clopper family

Andrew Ellicott 1792 "Plan of the City of Washington in the Territory of Columbia", descended directly in the Clopper family

Detail of the Ellicott plan

Detail of the Ellicott plan

North Carolina inlaid walnut cellaret / bottle case (c.1800), attributed to Micajah Wilkes, descended directly in the Carter family

North Carolina inlaid walnut cellaret / bottle case (c.1800), attributed to Micajah Wilkes, descended directly in the Carter family

Baltimore Classical carved mahogany sofa, attributed to William Camp, descended in the Clopper family of Maryland

Baltimore Classical carved mahogany sofa, attributed to William Camp, descended in the Clopper family of Maryland

French Classical gilt mantle clock with original dome, descended directly in the Clopper family

French Classical gilt mantle clock with original dome, descended directly in the Clopper family

Rare and historic Culpeper-type microscope with original case belonging to botantist William Rich (1800-1864) and used on the 1838-1842 United States Exploring Expedition sponsored by the Smithsonian, descended directly in the family, with exhibition history

Rare and historic Culpeper-type microscope with original case belonging to botantist William Rich (1800-1864) and used on the 1838-1842 United States Exploring Expedition sponsored by the Smithsonian, descended directly in the family, with exhibition history

Impressive set of historic elk antlers, the animal killed in 1852 in what is now Yellowstone National Park by famed Western surveyor and civil engineer, William Rich Hutton (1826-1901), descended directly in the family

Impressive set of historic elk antlers, the animal killed in 1852 in what is now Yellowstone National Park by famed Western surveyor and civil engineer, William Rich Hutton (1826-1901), descended directly in the family

Group of historic Civil War belonging to William Scott, CSA, who died at the Clopper family home "Woodlands" in 1862

Group of historic Civil War belonging to William Scott, CSA, who died at the Clopper family home "Woodlands" in 1862

New Haven flintlock musket marked "MARYLAND" to stock, possible War of 1812 association with a Winchester Model 1886 rifle, both descended directly in the family

New Haven flintlock musket marked "MARYLAND" to stock, possible War of 1812 association with a Winchester Model 1886 rifle, both descended directly in the family

Rare Tennessee pictorial needlework sampler

Rare Tennessee pictorial needlework sampler

Late 19th century hooked rug, based on a pattern by E. B. Frost, from a Shenandoah Co., VA estate

Late 19th century hooked rug, based on a pattern by E. B. Frost, from a Shenandoah Co., VA estate

Lewis Miller watercolor and ink on paper folk art drawing of the Presbyterian Church in Christiansburg, VA, dated 1852

Lewis Miller watercolor and ink on paper folk art drawing of the Presbyterian Church in Christiansburg, VA, dated 1852

Virginia Record Book Artist watercolor and ink on paper

Virginia Record Book Artist watercolor and ink on paper

Schoolgirl watercolor and ink on paper map of the world (c.1828), signed and inscribed by Ellen Clopper, then a student at St. Joseph's Academy in Emmitsburg, MD, descended directly in the family

Schoolgirl watercolor and ink on paper map of the world (c.1828), signed and inscribed by Ellen Clopper, then a student at St. Joseph's Academy in Emmitsburg, MD, descended directly in the family

Detailof a fine Maryland chintz bedcover

Detailof a fine Maryland chintz bedcover

Native American beaded vest (late 19th/early 20th century)

Native American beaded vest (late 19th/early 20th century)

Two-sided folk art slate gameboard (c.1900)

Two-sided folk art slate gameboard (c.1900)

Gameboard reverse

Gameboard reverse

Alexander Charles Stuart (1831-1898) Civil War naval battle scene, oil on Academy board, depicting the ironclad, CSS Virginia, against the frigate, USS Congress, on March 8, 1862 at the Battle of Hampton Roads, 14 1/2" x 24" sight, 20 ¼" x 29" OA

Alexander Charles Stuart (1831-1898) Civil War naval battle scene, oil on Academy board, depicting the ironclad, CSS Virginia, against the frigate, USS Congress, on March 8, 1862 at the Battle of Hampton Roads, 14 1/2" x 24" sight, 20 ¼" x 29" OA

Rare stoneware, including a three-gallon example attributed to John Swann in Alexandria, VA

Rare stoneware, including a three-gallon example attributed to John Swann in Alexandria, VA

Julian Scott (American, 1846-1901) oil on panel portrait of a soldier

Julian Scott (American, 1846-1901) oil on panel portrait of a soldier

Edward Chalmers Leavitt (American, 1842-1904) oil on canvas still-life

Edward Chalmers Leavitt (American, 1842-1904) oil on canvas still-life

John Adams Parker (American, 1827-1905) oil on canvas Adirondack landscape

John Adams Parker (American, 1827-1905) oil on canvas Adirondack landscape

Wythe Co., Virginia paint-decorated poplar blanket chest

Wythe Co., Virginia paint-decorated poplar blanket chest

Carved and painted carousel horse

Carved and painted carousel horse

Impressive American painted barber pole retaining old surface, discovered in the Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania

Impressive American painted barber pole retaining old surface, discovered in the Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania

Rolls Royce mascot with 1954 Rolls Royce Silver Dawn, from the Harshbarger estate, one of a select group of antique vehicles to be sold

Rolls Royce mascot with 1954 Rolls Royce Silver Dawn, from the Harshbarger estate, one of a select group of antique vehicles to be sold

1913 Buick Model 25 Touring Car, from the Harshbarger estate, one of a select group of antique vehicles to be sold

1913 Buick Model 25 Touring Car, from the Harshbarger estate, one of a select group of antique vehicles to be sold

1927 REO Flying Cloud, from the Harshbarger estate, one of a select group of antique vehicles to be sold

1927 REO Flying Cloud, from the Harshbarger estate, one of a select group of antique vehicles to be sold

Good selection of late 18th/early 19th century Staffordshire figures, deaccessioned by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation to benefit the Collections and Acquisitions Funds

Good selection of late 18th/early 19th century Staffordshire figures, deaccessioned by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation to benefit the Collections and Acquisitions Funds

Landing of Lafayette American historical Staffordshire transfer-printed platter

Landing of Lafayette American historical Staffordshire transfer-printed platter

Selection of 19th-century English ceramics, including spatterware and children's mugs

Selection of 19th-century English ceramics, including spatterware and children's mugs

From a collection of tramp art

From a collection of tramp art

19th-century copper sink from "The Oaks," home of famed Confederate cartographer, Jedediah Hotchkiss (1828-1899), in Staunton, VA

19th-century copper sink from "The Oaks," home of famed Confederate cartographer, Jedediah Hotchkiss (1828-1899), in Staunton, VA

Important Georgian sterling candlesticks, marked for Eliza Godfrey with 1762 date letter, to be featured in a forthcoming article on 18th-century female silvermsmiths

Important Georgian sterling candlesticks, marked for Eliza Godfrey with 1762 date letter, to be featured in a forthcoming article on 18th-century female silvermsmiths

Rare American coin silver, including Southern examples

Rare American coin silver, including Southern examples

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