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Three early stoneware pieces: Large (15 1/2" h) "Charlestown" ovoid crock, offset handles and three incised hearts, crack at top; Ovoid 1-gal. Spaulding from the Cheshire County Store, Keene, N. Monday 21st April 1919"; Beston, Henry, The Tree That Ran Away, illustrated by Fritz Eichenberg, The Mac Millan Company, New York, 1941, hard-cover, signed on flyleaf "For Misti with love from Catherine Beston & her daddy"; Coatsworth, Elizabeth, Especially Maine, The natural world of Henry Beston..., The Stephen Greene Press, Brattleboro, Vermont, 1970, with dust cover; Mc Cann, E. Henley Publishing Co., New York, 1927, hard-cover, "The Fo'Castle H Beston"; Richards, J. Two colored prints of Harvard University: "Harvard Yard in Snow" by Chiang Yee, 1968, lithograph by Meriden Gravure Co., framed, matted and glazed, 8 3/4" x 24" (sight); Large framed print of "Harvard, 1636-1986", 350th year, 22 1/2" x 35". "model" ladderback rocking chair, maple and tiger maple, woven oak splint seat, Hingham, Mass. child's stand-up chair, pine, original red stained finish, deep tray front, slatted sides, forged nail construction, from the Randall Lincoln Estate, Hingham, "Revere" stenciled on bottom with history dating back to Mary Revere Lincoln, daughter of Paul Revere, (Note: rare form with Hingham/Revere history), 19 1/2" h, 18 1/2" l, (JPR collection). yarn winder, maple and pine, in original red painted finish, mortised and pegged, original bentwood handle, treadle style, 27" h, 29" l, acquired from S. jug, marked "Burlington, VT.", good condition, 11 3/4" h; Ovoid 1-gal. Plaiston; Payment receipt for flour purchased by Mr. H., June 11th, 1864; Muster-Out Roll of 1st Lieutenant Patrick H. M., High Street, illustrated by Eric Ravilious, The Curwen Press, London, England, 1938, hard-cover, signed on flyleaf "For Mrs. Christmas 1941; Barrus Clara, Whitman and Burroughs, Comrades, Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston and New York, 1931, hard-cover, signed on flyleaf "Margaret Coatsworth Smith for SS Paris... Hingham Mass.", hard-cover, with dust cover; (JPR collection). English Hepplewhite sideboard, figured mahogany with pine secondary wood, bowfront molded top, three-drawer construction, lion's head round brass pulls, thumbnail molded and dovetailed drawer, square tapered legs extending to spade feet, bottle drawer on left side, 34" h, 5' 2" l, 27" d. cut silhouette of a young lady, in a black carved frame, 3 1/4" x 2 3/4" (sight); and a 19th c. Oak firkin with swing handle, in a black painted finish, early nailed lead repair, 12" to top of handle; and a very early green lidded pail, marked "Pastry", in a blue/green painted finish, 10 1/4" h. Dutch marquetry inlaid side chair, inlaid with butterflies, songbird, flowered vines, vase on pedestal with flowers, cabriole legs with inlaid bead, claw and ball feet, inset seat, some marquetry missing throughout, 19" seat h, 42" overall h, 20" w. pastel on academy board, still life of a wine bottle along with apples and grapes in a blue glass footed bowl, signed l.r. history, "acquired in 1961 from Reuben Grigg, who owned the Wellington Furniture factory bldg. Randall Lincoln of Hingham, originally from the John Hersey family of Hingham, Mass., (JPR collection). Richardson 1956., 8 1/2" h (rod), 6" dia (wood post); (JPR collection). Two large folio Audubon colored lithographs, "Little American Weasel", "Mustela Fusca, Aud.

Chatfield" (dated 1920's); a sterling silver shallow bowl (9"); and another plain 6" plate; approximate weight 17.17 oz t.Early New England leather fire bucket, original green painted finish, with red highlight on top and bottom edge, yellow and brown bannered cartouche with "S. Two early redware pitchers, both with green glazed exteriors, one with orange and the other with brown spots, both with double incised rings on shoulder, one has taller neck (shows cracks), small chips, 8" and 9" h. London", serial #160814, original key and tray are intact, initialed on side "JCB" for John Crosby Brown (1838-1905), partner in Brown Bros. of Baltimore, and was the author of A Hundred Years of Merchant Banking: A History of Brown Brothers, he was the father of Mary Magoun Brown, heavily used, well traveled condition, 12 1/2" h, 35 1/2" w, 21"d. A.), depicting three riders on horseback, labeled on reverse "Cross Gate Gallery, Lexington, Ky, 19th & 20th Century Fine Sporting Art #71", matted, framed and glazed, 10" x 14" (sight). (1700-1730) small New England two-drawer blanket chest, double arch molded front, sawtooth cut side profile, original hardwood turned pulls, thick dovetailed drawers, heavy snipe hinged top, (back left foot restored), old refinish, 32" h, 34" w, 15 1/2" d. Leavens & Co Inc., 1927", stamped at top "The Fo'castle, H Beston"; metal perpetual calendar with Indian Chief, "Mohawk Trail"; standard barometer, Charles & Large, Brooklyn, NY, marked "The Fo'castle, H Beston"; metal paperweight in the shape of a steamer longneck clam, marked "Nora June 2 1916"; (JPR collection). Henry and Bessie, 1931" (Henry and Elizabeth Beston); The Common Land Birds of New England, Willcox, M. Hingham "Tower Toy Co." box, walnut with walnut star inlays on four sides and on the lid, each with central inlaid circle, stamped with "T" on the bottom, "acquired from Mason Foley with history", JPR Old Fort House Coll. Town of Hingham wall map, Plymouth County, Mass., surveyed under the direction of F. Beers, 1873, (originally hung in the Hingham Town Hall), creases and minor tears and stains, original wood rollers, 60" x 43". Hingham oval box, pine and maple, original natural finish with patina, wood peg construction and copper tacked fingers, small breaks on rim, yellow paper label under lid "manufactured by Sam... Street, Hingham, Mass.", 1 7/8" h, 3 1/2" l, (JPR collection). Chinese ceramic umbrella/cane stand, celadon green, raised white border bands on top and bottom of intricate scrolls, highlighted in pink/red, pots and basket of raised floral and green leaf decoration, white roses and mums, 24" h, 10" dia. New England Chippendale tall chest, six drawers, maple and pine, graduated, lipped and dovetailed drawers with dark comb grained fronts, dark stained sides, carved bracket base, dated in black on back "1802", applied molded and dovetailed top, 57" h, 36" w, 19" d. Light tan paper label on right side "Louis Vuitton, '761 150', Paris, 70 Champs Elysees, 149 New Bond St. Walters", matted and framed, 12 1/2" x 19 1/2" (sight). oil on canvas coastal scene, gaf rigged catboat running along the shore, pencil signed l.r. Finely carved mahogany late Federal small settee, arms carved with melons and poppies, back with leafy scroll and reeded barrel, all on carved winged claw feet with reeded front, upholstered in a raised rich velour, light blue, red flowers, from a home in Kingston, Mass., 36" h, 5' 3" w, 24" d. English mahogany tripod base stand, with three graduated hexagonal shaped serving tiers, each with carved and turned galleries, intricately carved shaft with foliate decoration, carved claw and ball feet, 3' 7" h. bannister back side chair, older black painted finish, older rush seat, double turned front stretchers, tall well formed finials, 17" seat h, 44 1/2" overall h, (from the James Baird collection). New England bowfront Sheraton bureau, mahogany and mahogany veneers, pine secondary, edge beaded door fronts, turned wood pulls, fluted pilaster, front corners with turned legs, 38 1/2" h, 19" d. pine Hingham firkin, with eight rosehead nails on four finger laps, medium size, mottled finish from an original old gray/green paint, initialed on bottom "L. J.", part of a stave is missing at the bottom, 7" h, 7 3/4" dia, 11 1/2" h (to top of handle), (ex. Hingham pine firkin, in original red painted finish, swing handle, faintly stamped "Wilder & Son, Hingham, Mass.", bottom inscribed "C. Two items found "from the Marconi Station Site in 1937 from a box of found objects at Outermost House": a washed up bottle from Belfast, Ireland, Grattan & Co Ltd, Ginger Ale, and a small piece of shale with embedded fossil material; Photograph and negative of the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Station; and a Taxidermy (Dovekie) bird found on the beach near Outermost House, (JPR collection). Webster & Co., 1885; King Longbeard, Macgregor, Barrington, London, John Lane, 1898; Uncle Tom's Cabin, Stowe, Harriet Beacher, Boston, Houghton Mifflin & Co., 1897; The Gold Bug, Poe, Edgar, London, George Routledge & Sons, 1894; Lullaby-Land, Field, Eugene, New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1897; 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea/Around the World in 80 Days, Verne, Jules, Chicago, Donnelley, Loyd and Company, 1876; A Day at the Sea-Side, Barnard, Mrs., Edinburgh, Gall & Inglis; Through the Looking Glass, Carroll, Lewis, New York, Harper & Brothers, 1902, 1st Edition, half dust jacket; (JPR collection). A., Lee and Shepard Publishers, Boston, 1895; Fieldbook of Insects, Lutz, Frank E., 2nd Ed., (color illus.), inscribed "For Morton with a Merry Christmas... Flynn, Boston, Mass., inside opens to a colored 17" x 25" map route; "New Zealand Mosquito Tent", Mosquito-proof Tent Co., NYC, The Lehmaier Press, N. Hingham decoy maker, Joseph Lincoln's, hand-carved wooden canoe paddle and box of tools, signed on paddle blade, "Found in J. Silver repousse creamer, 3 3/4" h, decorated with fruit and leaves, marked "S. Seven Victorian pieces of table sterling silver: soup ladles, fish slice with twist handle and gilt surface, exceptional punch ladle, gilt rubbed bowl, Kirk & Son fish serving fork with highly decorative handle, approximate weight 7.07 oz t.Kirk & Son"; and a sterling silver tray, with heavy reticulated design with seated putti holding swag and wreaths, monogrammed, approximate weight 18.80 oz t, 11 1/2" l. Victorian sterling silver butter dish, oval form, domed lid with classical helmet finial, silhouetted inside is an intricate Grecian ladies head in repousse on one side, with two neoclassical heads in silhouette, one on either side inside the bowl, with interwoven foliate decoration on the reverse, pierced oval drain tray, stamped "Ball.Pair of Hingham toy rope beds, 18" l, one bed is labeled "Made by Loring H. country pine half-round table, in original blue paint, top is pegged and nailed, squared, chamfered and tapered legs, double pinned at the skirt, 28" h, 32" w, (from the J. Tall Hampshire ceramic art pottery vase, green (Grueby style) matt glaze, tall neck with band of horizontal rectangular boxes, slanted offset bird-like handles, soft sloping shoulder, with a larger medial band of horizontal rectangular boxes, stamped on bottom "Hampshire Pottery, 8-B", "H" in a circle, 15 1/2" h, 10" dia (at shoulder). "Margaret Atwood, 1954": "Jones River Boat Yard", (Kingston, Mass.); and the "Major John Bradford House", (Kingston, Mass.); both 14" x 18".