September 28 Live Auction
October 1-2 Online Auctions
Recent Auction Results
Abraham Lincoln Silver Presentation Tray
To Commodore John Rodgers commemorating his victory as commander of the Monitor Weehawken, JUNE 17, 1863
Albert York (American, 1928-2009)
Pink Roses; oil on panel: 10 x 9 in.
Terry Davis Collection,
Director of James Graham Gallery, NY
Attributed to Jennetta Emily Conrad (American, 1811-1898) Young Boy with Dog
Oil on canvas: 35 1/2 x 31 1/2 in.
Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot (French, 1796-1875)
Auvergne, estate stamp;
Oil on paper mounted on canvas: 9 x 12 ¼ in.
John Bradford ALS to John Hancockwith mention of receiving a copy of the Declaration of Independence
Wolf Kahn (American/German, 1927- )
Hilltop Barn, 1980,
Oil on canvas: 30 x 40, signed
Sir Russell William Flint (British, 1880-1969 )
Forlorn Amanda, August 1947;
watercolor on paper: 19 x 26
Rare Paul Revere Engraving
The Bloody Massacre Perpetrated in King St. Boston on March 5th 1770
Hand Colored: 10 ¼ x 9 1/8 in.
General Philip Sheridan ALS to Mrs. James Griswold, Feb. 15, 1868
Giving her the inkstand present at the signing of the surrender
at Appomattox ending the Civil War
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