Charles M. Talbot Associates Auction

Turner Grange Hall, Turner, ME

Saturday, April 23, 2022 at 10 A.M.


We would like to welcome you to to the way things used to be for our first auction of 2022 to be held on Saturday, April 23rd.  This sale will include items from area estates - to be held at the Turner Center Grange Hall, Turner Center, Maine.  Located on Route 117, 3 miles east of the junction of Routes 4 and 117 in Turner Village (follow auction signs.)  A partial listing follows. All items are being sold with No Reserve and still No Buyer’s Premium.  Preview Friday, April 22nd from 10 am -2pm, day of sale from 8 am – 10 am or by appointment.


Furniture:  Impressive solid oak cupboard w/ two glass doors above lower cabinet doors; Solid oak buffet w/ tall fancy mirrored back; Mahogany C.J. Lundstrom three sectional stacking bookcase w/ lower drawer; Art Deco chrome kitchen set of 6 red Naughyde chairs; Victorian walnut marble top bureau w/ fancy acanthus carving; Mahogany 3 drawer marble top bureau w/ oval mirror; Wicker loveseat  and matching armchair w/ painted geometric back; Small oak sideboard w/ glass doors; Primitive pine kitchen cupboard w/ paneled door; Pine 2 drawer lift top blanket chest; Small oak one drawer work desk; Oak sewing table w/ fold down leaf; Heavy pine kitchen table w/ bread board ends; Set of 4 maple thumb-back chairs by Nichols & Stone; 2 pine lift top commodes;  Oak Commode; 2 Federal stands; Federal 2 drawer dressing table; Tall William & Mary revival armchair in rose upholstery; Oak stands; Contemporary cherry drop leaf dining room extension table w/ set of 4 pillow back chairs; Moosehead maple double bed.


Items of Interest:  Teak patio set w/ 4 “Peanut” curved back armchairs, round table & Sunbrella; Maple deacon’s bench w/ splayed legs, 6’; Painted metal dental cabinet w/ 8 drawers; Singer Featherweight 221 sewing machine; RRPC pottery jardiniere w/ pedestal; 3 nicely refinished lift seat school desks; Over 12 hand braided rugs, including 3 room size; Large selection of old electrified table lamps; Two large 1858 wall maps of Androscoggin (pub. J. Chase) & Oxford (printed by W.F. Walling) Counties; Old painted game board; 4 old firkins in orig. paint; 2 wooden carved & painted nut crackers by G. E. L. Roy, 27” & 30” tall; Embroidered fire screen; Nice selection of stoneware jugs; Green wicker fernery; 3 sets of signed snowshoes; Cast iron cookware; 8 old wooden letters in gold paint, 8”; Early aqua oil lamp dispenser in tin surround; Lg. lot of advertising tins; Electrolux Aerus Lux Classic vacuum; Char-Griller smoker; Wrought iron planter; 2 piano stools; Gun cabinet; Two pine 6 board blanket chests; Walnut cedar lined blanket chest; Old stained glass ceiling shade; Walnut smoking stand; Small primitive pine captain’s chair; Wooden carved seal by Wayne Robbins;  Several old quilts; Fancy wrought iron quilt rack; Oak child’s chalk board / scroll desk; Several nice linen lots; Brass camel & rider figurine; Wooden RCA Loudspeaker 106 case; Daisy #155 BB gun.


Glass, China & Pottery:  Large Herend 10” Rothschild bird pattern square bowl; Louis Lourioux “Le Faune” oval serving dish w/ birds; Set of 3 Pyrex pink “Gooseberry” casserole dishes & 3 “Early American” casserole dishes; Roseville Carnelian blue drip bowl; Set of 9 mid-19th century LeRosey Paris luncheon dishes with hand painted flowers; Set of Deruta / P.V. plates with roosters; Early Japanese Imari 11” plate;  Japanese cloisonne covered jar; Teal Imperial slag glass spooner; Pink satin glass rose bowl; Emerald green cut to clear glass pitcher; Large setting of Currier & Ives dinnerware, includes platters & serving dishes; 2 Victorian pickle casters; Fancy Victorian spooner  in silver plated mount; Cut glass lot includes 8” vase & mustard jar; Early Staffordshire platter in “Columbia” pattern; Other Staffordshire patterns incl. “Isola Bella”, “Peruvian Horse Hunt” & “Simla”; Royal Doulton “ Stratford” china, setting for 4; Nice selection of Maine studio pottery pcs; Early 19th century cornflower platter & Leeds rectangular platter; Majolica pitcher w/ storks & cherry blossoms & ornate planter / center bowl; Crystal pcs include Orrefors ice bucket, Val St. Lambert ashtray & Spigelau etched & cut vase; Victorian & vintage colored & crackle glass; Large set of hand painted Meito china.


Artwork & Prints:  Collection of hand colored photographs includes works by Wallace Nutting, David Davidson; Sawyer, George Foss & Fred Higgins; Muriel Young watercolor of Portland Headlight; Watercolor of sailboats attrib. Muriel Young; Gladys Prescott OOB of old man & dog on Maine coast & 3 other works; Karol Fenner w/c “Catching the Tide”; Lg. OOC landscape sg. Sportello; Robert Cox OOB floral still life; L.B. Burbank watercolor landscape; W.F. Spicer watercolor landscapes; Grace Anderson OOC Portland Headlight; Navajo sand painting of wedding vase by J. Pici & Sandman; Intricately made storks in shadowbox; Collection of photographs by Martha Lentz; 3 watercolors by Betsy Scheider; 2 coastal watercolors by Geoffrey Heath; 2 watercolors of fishing boats by Helen Schepens-Kraus; Charles Mielatz etching of old farmhouse.


Books: 20 boxes of books – many first editions, adventure, history including some of the following:  Beautiful leatherbound set of National Geographic magazines 1913-1926, 28 volumes; ¾ leatherbound Works of Honore de Balzac, vols 1-32 Buckner Library Edition, ca. 1896 & Droll Stories, vols 1&2; ¾ leatherbound The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia, vols III – X, 1899; Encyclopedia Britannica, vols 1-24, 9th edition, 1890; Set of Beacon Lights History by John Lord, vols 1-15, 1888; A Treatise of Zoology, 7 vols, 1903; The Decameron of Giovanni Baccacci, 2 vols; The Works of Francis Rabelais, 2 vols; Old leather ledger – 1833-1876; History of Bath, Maine, 1936; History of Dublin, NH, 1920.


No Buyer’s Premium:  Listing subject to error, all items sold as is, book bids accepted, catered by Turner Grange. 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 for pictures and more complete listing.



James E. Talbot, #159                                                                  Dale T. Talbot

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

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


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55 Poplar Hill Road

Turner, ME  04282

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