04-23-2001 04-23-2001
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April 23, 2001 10:00AMCalender

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  • Julius C. Turner (American

    Lot: 226
    Sold for: $173$150

    Julius C. Turner (American, 20th Century) Lot of Two Prints: "Sabbath Eve" and "Interpretation," 1935. Signed "Julius C. Turner" in pencil l.r., latter signed and dated in more ...

  • Jakob Steinhardt (Israeli

    Lot: 227
    Sold for: $345$300

    Jakob Steinhardt (Israeli, 1887-1968) Lot of Two Carved Woodblocks: "Sunrise" 1955, "Sunset." Identified on presentation plaques, titled and identified on labels on the reverse. more ...

  • Chaim Gross (American

    Lot: 228
    Sold for: $518$450

    Chaim Gross (American, b. 1904) "The Jewish Holidays." 1968, portfolio of eleven prints. Each signed and dated "Chaim Gross '68," in pencil l.r. and numbered "29/200" more ...

  • Saul Raskin (Russian/American

    Lot: 228A
    Sold for: $863$750

    Saul Raskin (Russian/American, b. 1878) Mountain Fortress. Signed in Hebrew l.r. Oil on canvasboard, 12 x 16 in., more ...

  • Ilya Schor (American

    Lot: 230
    Sold for: $1,150$1,000

    Ilya Schor (American, 1904-1961) Twelve Illustrations for THE SABBATH, by Abraham Heschel. Each signed "I. Schor" in pencil l.r. and numbered "51/100" in pencil l.l. Wood more ...

  • Ilya Schor (American

    Lot: 231
    Sold for: $201$175

    Ilya Schor (American, 1904-1961) Lot of Three Prints of Jewish Subjects. Each signed "Ilya Schor" in pencil l.r. and numbered "1/28" in pencil l.l. Woodcuts, image sizes to 2 1/4 more ...

  • Emmanuel Mane-Katz (Ukranian/French

    Lot: 232
    Sold for: $1,035$900

    Emmanuel Mane'-Katz (Ukranian/French, 1894-1962) "Douze Lithographie Pour Stempenion De Cholem Aleikhem," (book with 12 works, preface by Pierre Mazars), 1966, Boston Book Company, more ...

  • Attributed to Otto Eichinger (Austrian

    Lot: 234
    Sold for: $805$700

    Attributed to Otto Eichinger (Austrian, b. 1922) Old Man Praying. Signed "O. Eichinger" l.l. and inscribed on stretcher on the reverse. Oil on canvas, 12 x 10 in., framed. Condition: more ...

  • Attributed to F. Lettau (European

    Lot: 236
    Sold for: $863$750

    Attributed to F. Lettau (European, 19th Century) Learned Discussion. Signed "F. Lettau" l.l. Oil on panel, 7 x 9 5/8 in., framed. Condition: Surface cracks to panel with minute loss, more ...

  • Ephraim Moses Lilien (German

    Lot: 237
    Sold for: $1,035$900

    Ephraim Moses Lilien (German, 1874-1925) "Jerusalem: The Holy Land," 1922, portfolio of 34 (of 36) heliogravures after original etchings. Signed or monogrammed in the plate, plate sizes to more ...

  • Moshe Katz (Israeli

    Lot: 239
    Sold for: $58$50

    Moshe Katz (Israeli, b. Bucharest, Romania, 1937) Abstract Face. Signed in Hebrew l.c. Mixed media on canvas, 8 x 10 in., framed. Condition: Subtle surface more ...

  • Eastern European School

    Lot: 240
    Sold for: $518$450

    Eastern European School, 20th Century Talumic Discussion. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 22 1/4 x 34 in., framed. Condition: Scattered retouch, more ...

  • After Isidor Kaufmann (Hungarian

    Lot: 241
    Sold for: $259$225

    After Isidor Kaufmann (Hungarian, 1853-1921) The Lesson. Identified in the matrix l.l. Etching with hand-coloring, plate size 11 5/8 x 13 5/8 in., framed. Condition: Subtle toning and mat more ...

  • Shraga Weil (American

    Lot: 242A
    Sold for: $115$100

    Shraga Weil (American, 20th Century) "Take Up the Melody," 1973. Signed "Shraga Weil" in pencil l.r., numbered "43/100" in pencil l.l., and identified, titled and dated on more ...

  • American School

    Lot: 242B
    Sold for: $144$125

    American School, 20th Century Seder Table. Unsigned. Process print, image size 18 1/4 x 25 5/8 in., framed. Condition: Not examined out of more ...

  • Lot of Four Works of Art: Yitzak Frenel (Israeli

    Lot: 245
    Sold for: $575$500

    Lot of Four Works of Art: Yitzak Frenel (Israeli, 1899-1981) Rabbi with Torah, signed in Hebrew l.r., oil on board; Gathering Before the Temple, signed in Hebrew l.l., oil on canvas, 21 3/4 x 18 more ...

  • Eastern European School

    Lot: 247
    Sold for: $259$225

    Eastern European School, 20th Century Bagel Seller and Dog. Signed "Rabinovich 1945" l.r. Oil on canvas, 27 1/2 x 21 1/2 in., framed. Condition: Several minute punctures, subtle surface more ...

  • Eastern European/Israeli School

    Lot: 249
    Sold for: $115$100

    Eastern European/Israeli School, 20th Century Boy at Study. Signed indistinctly l.r. Pastel on gray laid paper, sight size 23 1/4 x 17 3/8 in., framed. Condition: Laid down, toning, surface more ...

  • Two Georgian Silver Serving Pieces

    Lot: 250
    Sold for: $431$375

    Two Georgian Silver Serving Pieces, London, maker's mark "WT," mid-18th century Onslow pattern basting spoon, with engraved crest and monogram to reverse, and a Richard Crossley, 1790, more ...

  • George II Silver Jug

    Lot: 251
    Sold for: $489$425

    George II Silver Jug, Thomas Rowe, London, 1753, pear-form, the stepped circular lid with gadrooned rim and cast berry finial, with wicker encased loop handle, the body with embossed foliates and more ...

  • Georgian Silver Onslow Pattern Soup Ladle

    Lot: 252
    Sold for: $403$350

    Georgian Silver Onslow Pattern Soup Ladle, possibly William Williams, London, c. 1757, with tapering handle and fluted bowl with shaped rim, the handle with engraved monogram and heraldic device to more ...

  • Two Early Georgian Silver Casters

    Lot: 252A
    Sold for: $230$200

    Two Early Georgian Silver Casters, an assay master's mark "HG," Edinburgh, 1758, example with foliate pierced lid and urn finial, and a John Delmester, London, 1762, caster with pierced more ...

  • Two Georgian Silver Casters

    Lot: 253
    Sold for: $259$225

    Two Georgian Silver Casters, various makers, London, mid-18th century, of typical form, the pierced domed lids with engraved decoration and cast urn finials, on spreading circular feet, approx. 6 more ...

  • Georgian Silver Mug

    Lot: 254
    Sold for: $748$650

    Georgian Silver Mug, William & Robert Peaston, London, 1763, baluster-form, with molded rim and cast scroll handle with acanthus thumb rest, on a molded circular foot, approx. 13 troy oz., ht. 5 1/4 more ...

  • Three Georgian Silver Stuffing Spoons

    Lot: 256
    Sold for: $288$250

    Three Georgian Silver Stuffing Spoons, various makers, London, 1767-1802, all old English pattern, one with engraved rim, one with Art Deco style monogram, approx. 11 troy oz., lg. to 13 more ...

  • Set of Four George III Silver Candlesticks

    Lot: 257
    Sold for: $6,900$6,000

    Set of Four George III Silver Candlesticks, possibly John Carter, London, 1769, the removable shaped bobeches with embossed beading, the Corinthian sconces above reeded columnar stems on stepped more ...

  • Pair of George III Silver Candlesticks John Parker & Edward Wakelin

    Lot: 258
    Sold for: $2,415$2,100

    Pair of George III Silver Candlesticks John Parker & Edward Wakelin, London, 1772, the removable square bobeches with gadrooned rims (probably replaced), the Corinthian sconces above reeded columnar more ...

  • Two English Silver Cream Jugs

    Lot: 259
    Sold for: $288$250

    Two English Silver Cream Jugs, a Thomas Shepherd, London, 1770, example with chased beaded rim and later embossed and engraved foliate and scroll decoration, and a Chester, 1906 jug with molded rope more ...

  • George III Silver Waiter

    Lot: 260
    Sold for: $489$425

    George III Silver Waiter, probably William Turton, London, 1772, circular, with gadrooned Chippendale-style rim, on three pad feet, with engraved crest to center, approx. 8 troy oz., dia. 6 3/4 more ...

  • George III Silver Salver

    Lot: 261
    Sold for: $1,840$1,600

    George III Silver Salver, Daniel & Robert Sharp, London, 1779, circular, the molded raised rim with beaded edge, on four molded feet, with engraved coat of arms to center, approx. 31 troy oz., dia. more ...