Potomack February 2, 5, 6 Auctions


President Thomas Jefferson, ALS, Delaware, Dated July 23, 1801:
'... if we do not learn to sacrifice small differences of opinion,
we can never act together.'
Sold: $53,100


Egyptian Corn Mummy in Falcon Headed Wooden Coffin from the Late Period; Wood Linen, Mud, Wax, Gilding and Paint Sold: $112,500


Boston Chippendale Carved Mahogany Bonnet-Top Chest on Chest
Ca. 1770, Inscribed 'S.F. Smith, Newton Centre, Mass'
Signed by Samuel Francis Smith, Author of My Country 'Tis of Thee
Sold: $12,500


James Edward Buttersworth,
'Schooner Off Coastline with Lighthouse, Possibly Sandy Hook'
Sold: $25,000


Malvina Cornell Hoffman
Bronze, 'Bali Boy with Cock'
Sold: $26,000


Edward Lear,
'Kasr-Es-Saad Egypt'
Sold: $7,200


Pair of Meissen Potpourri Urns with Leopard Head Covers
Provenance: The Roberta Tankel European Porcelain Collection
Sold: $9,400

The Potomack Company will be closed Wed., Feb. 20 due to inclement weather.

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The Potomack Company is driven by an impressive team of specialists with years of appraisal, art advisory and auction art market experience, including representatives in Baltimore, MD; Charlottesville, VA; Greenwich, CT; Long Island/Hamptons; New York, NY, and Seattle, WA. In addition to live auctions in its Old Town Alexandria gallery, The Potomack Company conducts a variety of online auctions.