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  • Painted Tin and Wood "Brattle Inn" Double-Sided Trade Sign.

    Lot: 917
    Sold for: $441$375

    Painted Tin and Wood "Brattle Inn" Double-Sided Trade Sign. N.B. The sign is purportedly from the Harvard Square area in Cambridge, ...

  • Large Lot of Miscellaneous American Sterling Flatware

    Lot: 919
    Sold for: $441$375

    Large Lot of Miscellaneous American Sterling Flatware, comprising: eleven Gorham "Cambridge" luncheon forks; eleven Alvin "Bridal Rose" large teaspoons; four Reed & Barton ...

  • Six Titles

    Lot: 931
    Sold for: $147$125

    Six Titles, Jones, Lyndes E.Outdoor Sports for Boys, New York, 1890, 8vo., pictorial boards; Longfellow, Henry W. (1807-1882) Poetical Works, London (n.d.), 8vo, half vellum, cloth; (Massachusetts ...

  • Four Instrument Exhibition Catalogs

    Lot: 28
    Sold for: $441$375

    Four Instrument Exhibition Catalogs, South Kensington Museum, 1876, Scientific Apparatus; Science Museum, H.M. King George III Collection, 1951; University of Cambridge, 1944; Historic Scientific ...

  • Vince, Samuel Reverend

    Lot: 353
    Sold for: $118$100

    Vince, Samuel Reverend, A Treatise on Practical Astronomy, Cambridge,1790, 4to, half calf, with eight folding ...

  • Regina Hexaphone

    Lot: 882
    Sold for: $11,163$9,500

    Regina Hexaphone, Model 104, No. 1041123, with 4-minute gearing, six-cylinder carriage, coin-slide and mechanism, in oak cabinet with original marquee, sign and record list, glazed lid with ...

  • Four Small Colorless Pressed and Blown Glass Fluid Lamps,

    Lot: 335
    Sold for: $353$300

    Four Small Colorless Pressed and Blown Glass Fluid Lamps, one with blown-molded Bigler font on a round paneled base, pewter collar and burners; one with geometric paneled font, no collar, on a ...

  • Three Diminutive Colorless Free-Blown, Blown Molded, and Pressed Glass Fluid Lamps,

    Lot: 576
    Sold for: $999$850

    Three Diminutive Colorless Free-Blown, Blown Molded, and Pressed Glass Fluid Lamps, New England Glass Company, East Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1831, Boston & Sandwich Glass Company, Sandwich, ...

  • Opalescent White Free-Blown and Pressed Glass Whale Oil Lamp,

    Lot: 873
    Sold for: $881$750

    Opalescent White Free-Blown and Pressed Glass Whale Oil Lamp, New England Glass Company, East Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1830-55, free-blown globe font, the base with pressed lion heads and Basket of ...

  • Parade Hat

    Lot: 475
    Sold for: $4,888$4,250

    Parade Hat, "Philadelphia 7," with label "Warranted Waterproof Wool Hat Manufactured by Garvin & Cutter, East Cambridge Mass & No -14 Fulton Street, Boston," painted black with gold ...

  • Amoskeag Xtra Size 1 Steam Fire Engine

    Lot: 523
    Sold for: $23,000$20,000

    Amoskeag Xtra Size 1 Steam Fire Engine, by the American Locomotive Works, Manchester, New Hampshire, No. 779, with double crane-neck frame, lg. 24 ft. 9 in. Provenance: Built in 1905 for Lynn, ...

  • LONGFELLOW

    Lot: 63
    Sold for: $1,725$1,500

    LONGFELLOW, HENRY WADSWORTH (1807-1882) Autograph Letter Signed, Cambridge, July 4, 1843, four pages, to A.M. Ide, Jr., in which he apologizes for being a negligent correspondent, how he spent the ...

  • LONGFELLOW

    Lot: 64
    Sold for: $2,185$1,900

    LONGFELLOW, HENRY WADSWORTH (1807-1882) Autograph Letter Signed, Cambridge, June 5, 1843, to A.M. Ide, Jr., four pages, commenting on Ide's request for criticism concerning his (Ide's) ...

  • LOWELL

    Lot: 65
    Sold for: $805$700

    LOWELL, JAMES RUSSELL (1819-1891) Autograph Letter Signed, Cambridge June 13, 1843, one page, to A.M. Ide, Jr., responding to request for advice concerning his poetry and dispensing further advice ...

  • (FORE EDGE PAINTING) NEW TESTAMENT IN GREEK

    Lot: 183
    Sold for: $460$400

    (FORE EDGE PAINTING) NEW TESTAMENT IN GREEK, Cambridge, 1632, gilt tooled morocco, scene depicting a river and town in the distance, ...

  • PLUTARCH (46? TO 120?) LIVES OF THE NOBLE GRECIANS AND ROMANS

    Lot: 280
    Sold for: $173$150

    PLUTARCH (46? TO 120?) LIVES OF THE NOBLE GRECIANS AND ROMANS, Cambridge, 1676, folio, tooled calf ...

  • Engraved Powder Horn

    Lot: 101
    Sold for: $11,500$10,000

    Engraved Powder Horn, America, mid-18th century, signed "Made by David Hoar in Cambridge," inscribed "Given to Stephen Dudley by his brother Joseph who died in his Majesties service in ...

  • Ritual Vessel

    Lot: 520
    Sold for: $460$400

    Ritual Vessel, China, Er-li-tou period 2000-1500 B.C., bronze, Chueh-form, tripod legs with a handle and double spout, one with a strainer, deep green patina with heavy earth encrustations, ht. 8 ...

  • Five Pairs of Embossed Mercury Blown Molded Glass Tie Backs

    Lot: 302
    Sold for: $805$700

    Five Pairs of Embossed Mercury Blown Molded Glass Tie Backs, probably New England Glass Company, East Cambridge, Massachusetts, third quarter 19th century, each with molded floral pattern and a ...

  • Three Pairs of Blown Molded Mercury Glass Tie Backs

    Lot: 699
    Sold for: $230$200

    Three Pairs of Blown Molded Mercury Glass Tie Backs, probably New England Glass Company, East Cambridge, Massachusetts, third quarter 19th century, one pair with etched vintage decoration, a pair ...

  • Two Pieces of American Peachblow

    Lot: 128
    Sold for: $546$475

    Two Pieces of American Peachblow, including a New England Glass Company Peachblow finger bowl, Cambridge, Massachusetts, c. 1880, ruffled rim on deep bowl, rose pink shaded to white, glossy finish, ...

  • Overbeck Pottery Bowl

    Lot: 518
    Sold for: $230$200

    Overbeck Pottery Bowl, Cambridge City, Iowa, early 20th century, round bowl of red clay with glossy glazed interior in rust and maize, matte green drip glazed exterior with whitish drips from rim, ...

  • American School, 19th Century The Overlook/A Mountain Landscape with Native Americans Signed and dated S

    Lot: 68
    Sold for: $2,875$2,500

    American School, 19th Century The Overlook/A Mountain Landscape with Native Americans Signed and dated "S. French 1871" l.r. Oil on canvas, 22 x 36 in. (55.8 x 91.5 cm), framed. Minor ...

  • Matthew William Boyhan (American, fl

    Lot: 107
    Sold for: $230$200

    Matthew William Boyhan (American, fl. circa 1936) "Cambridge Work-Out" Signed and dated "Boyhan '41" l.l., identified on label from Vose Galleries, Boston, on the reverse. ...

  • Joseph H

    Lot: 125
    Sold for: $2,185$1,900

    Joseph H. Greenwood (American, 1857-1927) "Spring Meadow" Signed and dated "JH Greenwood '22" l.l., titled on the reverse, label from the Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, ...

  • Microscopic Instrument by Cambridge & Paul

    Lot: 72
    Sold for: $115$100

    Microscopic Instrument by Cambridge & Paul, London, with horizontal ...

  • Lacquered-Brass Microscope Signed George L. Gowland

    Lot: 313
    Sold for: $978$850

    Lacquered-Brass Microscope Signed George L. Gowland, Cambridge, Massachusetts, No. 117, with pull-tube and fine focusing, unusual nickeled stage with wheel, sub-stage condenser with iris diaphragm ...

  • Canary Pressed Glass Loop Pattern Vase

    Lot: 85
    Sold for: $316$275

    Canary Pressed Glass Loop Pattern Vase, possibly New England Glassworks, East Cambridge, Massachusetts, or Boston & Sandwich Glass Company, Sandwich, Massachusetts, 1850-65, with gauffered rim on ...

  • Two Pressed Glass Candlesticks

    Lot: 160
    Sold for: $920$800

    Two Pressed Glass Candlesticks, the first a clambroth of columnar form, possibly New England Glass Company, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1840-60, on a hexagonal base, (crack in base, other ...

  • Fruit Paperweight

    Lot: 181
    Sold for: $546$475

    Fruit Paperweight, probably New England Glass Company, Cambridge, Massachusetts, c. 1860, a cluster of fruit in red, yellow, and green in a latticinio basket, (imperfections), ht. 1 7/8, dia. 2 3/4 ...