Thanks to all who were able to attend this auction. 

 

We had a wonderful day with fine weather.

 

Stay tuned for our next upcoming auctions.

Charles M. Talbot Associates

Outstanding Annual Summer Auction

Talbot Homestead, Turner, Maine

Tuesday, August 21, 2018 at 9:00 A.M.

 

We are pleased to announce our summer sale of selected estate antiques collected especially for this annual sale.  Preview Monday, August 20th from 8 am to 5 pm or morning of sale 7:30 am to 9 am. Sale will be held at the Talbot Farm, Poplar Hill, Turner, Maine.  Collection of selected tools & unusual items which have been recently deaccessioned from a privately-held, Maine-based museum collection to be sold at 9:00 A.M. A partial listing follows with many future added pieces.

 

Early American Furniture:  Rare period small Queen Anne desk on frame in ochre graining over orig. salmon paint; Three tall clocks incl. Moulton, Saco, Maine; Queen Anne card table; Several bracket foot chests; Curly maple canopy bed; Old green chair table; Davenport desk; Pie safe; Many period pieces.

 

Nautical:  Bath, Maine pieces including a miniature watercolor of Captain Morse & family; 34 star flag from Deering Shipyard; Pair of 1840's US Naval cutlasses; 1791 scrimshaw whale’s tooth identified from Bath, ME. Many early canvas backed charts in dome top wooden box; Early brass nocturnal; Cast iron eagle from local tug boat; 1851 ostrich egg scrimshaw; 1812 boarding pike from Canton, ME; Longboat stern cannon from 1725 Lovewell’s War; WWII sextant; Engraved slate from J. J. Clark’s Nautical School in Portland, 1820;  Many other pieces.

 

Artwork: J.J. Enneking; Herman Maril; Dawson Dawson-Watson; Alvah Clark; Henry W. Parker; Gustavo Simoni; Joseph Leyendecker; Charles F. Kimball; Gene Klebe; (6) Mary Neal Richardson; (6) James Emery Greer; (2) D.D. Coombs; C.L. Dyer;  Frances Orville Libby; Arthur Beaumont; Grace Woodward; E.W. Cooke, R.A.; Forrest Orr; Esther Orr Faulkner; Suran “Sam” Kaklegian; Peleg Wadsworth; Many other Maine & regional paintings.

 

Advertising:  4 tin advertising signs incl. 1894 Heublein litho; Several early wooden trade & advertising signs; Veedol oil garage cart; Enameled & glass signs; Salesman's samples include Abram Cox Co. stove sample; 1823 William T. James cooking stove sample; Kennebec Canoe salesman’s sample.

 

Oriental Rugs & Orientalia:  Very large selection of room size & scatter rugs; Pair of Rose Medallion garden seats and one additional garden seat;  Green foo dogs; Blue & white Japanese umbrella stand;  Carved plant stand with marble insert.

 

Primitives / Items of Interest: 1974 Harley Davidson SX175 motorcycle w/ 3,900 orig. miles; Copper eagle weathervane w/ zinc head; Collection of early wooden chip carved items including candle box, hanging spill holder, and intricate inlaid red & green pigmented niddy noddy; Shaker items include rare round fingered pantry box in orig. dark green - other Shaker pieces; 2 samplers and 2 dated Dutch darning samplers dated 1754; Ketland flint lock pocket pistol; Smoke decorated blanket chest; Hopf violin w/ carved lion head; Ashanti Queen’s seat; Franz Bergman bronze figurine of rug dealer; Colorful carpet bags; Many iron fireplace implements; Lg. selection of early fluid lamps; D.E. Lent, NY stick barometer; Eli Terry pillar & scroll clock; Tiffany enameled brass mantle clock; Early shotgun reloading box in old red w/ accessories; Political buttons; Carved Chippendale mirrors.

 

Sterling Silver:  Over 40 large lots of American and Continental silver including scarce John Burt - Boston porringer (1691-1745).

 

Civil War & Photography:  Civil War CDVs including superb 44th Regiment group photo, all identified; 3 photo albums with 9 Civil War soldiers; Leather goods; Diary; Muster roll; Dag. of 9 women sewing; Many cabinet photos, daguerreotypes and CDVs - some scenic.

 

 

***** As always, No Buyer’s Premium *****

Listing subject to error, all items sold as is, book bids accepted, catered by LaFleur’s Restaurant of Jay. Terms: cash or check with proper ID, Dealers:  please bring a current copy of your seller’s certificate. This is a partial listing. Visit us at auctionzip.com (ID # 4188).

CHARLES M. TALBOT ASSOCIATES, AUCTIONEERS

James E. Talbot, #159                                                                  Dale T. Talbot, #1045

Ph. (207) 225-3797 – Business                                                     Turner, ME 04282

(207) 225-3349 – Home                                                          FAX (207) 225-5212

 

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Charles M. Talbot Associates

55 Poplar Hill Road

Turner, ME  04282

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