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Haida Belt Buckle
Artist: Jim Hart (1952 – present)
Silver, Abalone, Gold
2″ x 3⅛”
Ref. No. kit17

The Squirrel Hunter

Artist: Frank W. Long (1908 – 1999)

Wood Block Print, Special Ed. #2

Printed Image 9⅞” x 6″, matted and not examined out of frame so paper size is undetermined. Frame 21″ x 16″

Ref. No. kit18

Rustic Sewer Tile Tree Stump Vase with Attached Squirrel

Artist: J.H. Bell
Sewer Tile
11 1/4″ tall
Ref. No. kit24
$4,500- 

Rustic Sewer Tile Tree Stump Lamp Base with Sculpted Squirrel

Artist: J.H. Bell
Sewer Tile
11 1/4″ tall
Ref. No. kit24

Holiday Ave. in Blue

Artist: Henry Faulkner (1928-1981)
Casein & Oil on Masonite
11″ x 14″
Ref. No. kit01

Church of St. Joseph Standing in Piazza IX Aprile, Taormina, Italy

Artist: Henry Faulkner (1928-1981)
Casein and Oil on Masonite
25″ x 19″
Ref. No. kit02

Young Couple Adrift

Artist: Henry Faulkner (1928-1981)
Casein & Oil on Masonite
9 and 3/4″ by 12 and 5/8″
Ref. No. kit23

Mill Scene

Artist: J.F. Whiting
Oil on Canvas
13 3/4″ x 19 3/8″ image size
ref. no. kit31

Four Table Gardening Scenes

Artist: David Lucas (1948-present)
Oil on canvas board framed with “DL” monogram
Images approximate 4″ x 6″ or 6″ x 4″
ref. no. kit29

Creek Scene

Artist: David Lucas (1948-present)
Oil on canvas board framed with “DL” monogram
Framed to 8 3/4″ x 10 3/4″
ref. no. kit30

Big Frank at 2 Yrs.

ArtistHenry Dousa, LaFayette Ind. 1892
Pastel on Paper
17″ x 22″
Ref. No. kit21

Rooster Drawing

Artist: Tasha Tudor (1915-2008)
Pencil on Paper
23 5/8″ x 18″
Ref. No. kit26

“The First Set”

Stevengraph
Power loomed Silk Thread Embroidery
2″ x 6″ sight size framed to 7″ x 8 3/4″
ref. no. kit28

“Harrison’s Heart Orange”

Artist Unknown
Sheet Metal & Paint
14 1/4″ diameter
Ref. No. kit27

Carved Figural Cane Midwestern or Southern

Unknown Artist
Dated 1844
Appears visually to be poplar
38” length
Ref. No. 150519_076

Portrait of the Thoroughbred Kentucky

Artist: Edward Troye, 1808-1874
Oil on canvas
31” x 38¾” image size (38” x 45¾” frame size)
Ref. No. 070320_002

Florida Beach Scene

Artist: Robert Burns Wilson (1850-1916)
Watercolor and gouache on paper
12-3/8″ x 21-¾” unframed
Ref. No. 080811_178

Dessert Spoon

Maker: Samuel Bell (1798-1881)
Coin Silver
7¼” length
Ref. No. kit05

Coin Silver Teaspoon

Samuel Ayres
Coin Silver
5¾” length
Ref. No. kit06

Nine Teaspoons

Maker: Asa Blanchard (circa 1770 – 1838)
Coin Silver
Ref. No. kit03

Four Silver Christening Cups

Makers: Two coin silver cups, J DRAPER, (1832–1856)
A coin silver cup, E & D KINSEY, (1844–1861)
A silver-plated cup, maker unknown, 1880

4¾” tall, 6¼” across the handles
Ref. No. 081105_007

Cast Iron Horse Head

Unknown Maker
Cast Iron
14½” height
ref. no. kit08

Coin Silver Ladle

Maker: Samuel Best, (1776–1859) circa 1810–1820
1801-1802 Paris, KY; 1802-1818 Cincinnati, OH; 1818–1859 Rising Sun, IN

6-5/8″ length
Ref. No. 110613_039

Nine Coin Silver Teaspoons

Marked S.ROBB, Chillicothe, Ohio, Circa 1830–1840
5-7/8″ length
Ref. No. 110613_045

Coil Silver Stuffing Spoon

Maker: Antoine Danjean, 1781-1827
12¼” long
Ref. No. 081105_024

Carved and Gilded Eagle

Unknown maker
Eagle 32″ tall, 88″ high with stand
Ref. No. 100308_010

Heroic Presentation

Maker: R. & W. Wilson
Dated:  July 7, 1844
Coin Silver
12” to top of handle
Ref. No. 150519_035

Coin Silver Chamber Stick

Maker: Samuel Kirk
Baltimore, Maryland
Circa 1840s
Coin Silver
4 5/8” base diameter, 3½” height
Ref. No. 150519_040

Coin Silver Dog Collar

Maker: Stevens, N.Y.C.

Late 1860s Coin Silver

6½” dia. as imaged with the capability to extend 2½” more

Fair, a bit battered but an amazing survivor considering the vulnerability of the form

Ref. No. 150519_059

Pig Painting

Artist Unknown
Oil on Stretched Canvas
12⅛” x 16⅛” framed to 14″ x 18″
ref. no. kit14

Blac Hawk Powder Horn

Maker: Tim Tansel
Cattle Horn & Ink
15½” following the curve
Ref. No. kit04

Banner Bearing Coat of Arms for the State of Mississippi

Artist Unknown
Oil on Canvas Scrolled to a Wooden Rod
63″ x 55″
Ref. No. kit15

Banner Bearing Coat of Arms for the State of Mississippi

Artist Unknown
Oil on Canvas Scrolled to a Wooden Road
57″ x 46″
Ref. No. kit16

W.L.A. Leather and Iron Fire Bucket

Attributed to Lexington, Kentucky, 1820–1821
W. Dukehalt / Balt. 

9-3/8″ dia. at top, 10-5/8″ tall excluding swing handle

Ref. No. 110613_058

Henry Clay Jar

Likely potted in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia
Three gallon capacity
Ref. No. 91112_069

Stoneware Jar with Incised Elephant Design

Ohio River Valley Origin
Two gallon capacity
Ref. No. 091112_064

Bayless McCarthy Louisville KY Stoneware Jug

Eagle Pottery
Cobalt Blue Decorated Stoneware
2 Gallon Capacity, 14 1/2″ tall
ref. no. kit13

Salesman Samples of Furniture Moldings
Maker: R__ C Francis ___, Fulton __, NJ
Deer Hide, Hard Wood, and Textile Ribbon
63” length with 6¾” long samples
Ref. No. kit12

Shagreen Tea Caddy
Maker: Unknown
Shagreen (shark or ray skin), Wood, Velvet, and Sterling Silver
8½” height, 12½” width, 5½” deep
Ref. No. kit11

Set of Five Split-Bottom Chairs
Maker: John Rogers from Ruddles Mill, Kentucky
Maple and Hickory
Adult size
Ref. No. 100512_022

Secretary & Bookcase
Unknown maker
Primary wood: cherry Secondary wood: poplar
49″ width, 95″ height, 24-5/8″ depth
Ref. No. 100308_015

Brass Teapot

Artist: “MF’D BY E. LEWIS & Co. LEXINGTON KY”
Brass with Copper Rivets at Handle Points
7 3/4″ with handle extended, pot 5 1/8″ diameter

Great Blue Heron Sheet Copper Weathervane
Unknown American Maker
Second half of 19th century 
Sheet copper
60½” from beak to wing tip, 24” from peak to base of ball
Ref. No. 150519_102

Horse & Jockey Weathervane
American, probably 4th quarter of the 19th century

33¼” length from tips of tail and front right hoof; 18″ high from front left ankle to rider’s hat; approximately 3¼” wide at horse’s breast

Ref. No. 110613_062

The Jockey, Winnie O’Connor
Artist – unknown in 1901
Albumen photographic image
Image 6-3/8”x 5” (framed 12¼”x 10¼”)
Ref. No. 100517_016

The Jockey, Fred Taral (1867-1925)

Artist – unknown in 1897
Albumen photographic image
Image size 8” x 5” (framed 13½” x 10½”)
Ref. No. 100517_013

Waverley, Ohio in 1859

Artist: Richard H. Sheppard, (1819–1895)
Oil on canvas
32¾” x 45″ image size  (37½” x 49½” frame)
Ref. No. 091112_002

Late Hudson River-Style Landscapes (two paintings)

Artist: unknown American artist working in the mid-19th century

Oil on canvas

22” x 30” image size (26 ¼” x 34 ¼” frame size)

Ref. No. 070320_163

Portrait of Aaron Corwine

Artist: John James Audubon, 1785-1851
Pencil on paper
9 ¼ ” x (5 ¼ “- 6 ¾ “) sight size, width varies due to an uneven margin (13 3/8″ x 11 7/8” frame size)
Ref. No. 070320_059

Portrait of Marquis de Lafayette & Eight Additional Subjects

Artist: Constantine Rafinesque 1783-1840

Nine pencil-on-paper bust portraits (two with reverse image). Paper size varies from 6 ½” x 4 7/8” for Lafayette, seven images are 6 3/8” x 3 7/8”, the smallest is 4 7/8” x 3 7/8”, all loose and unframed

Ref. No. 070327_013

Riverside Park (Williamsburg neighborhood in Brooklyn)

Artist: Paul Sawyier (1865-1917)
Created in the late Autumn of 1913
Oil on academy board signed to viewers lower left
Size: 9″ x 12″ , (frame size 16½” x 19½”)
Ref. No. 171208_002

A Garden Harvest, Oil Painting

Artist: Helen Turner (1858-1958)
Circa 1907
Oil on canvas
13” x 10”
Ref. No. 150519_026

View of the Hermitage Distillery at Frankfort, Kentucky

Artist unknown, circa 1880
Chromolithographed central image with reverse paint under glass surround
27″ x 35¼” image (33½” x 41″frame)
Ref. No. 091112_033

Portrait of Randal Davies

Artist: James Thomas Poindexter (1832-1891)
Oil on canvas
Image size 30” x 25” (framed 37” x 32”)
Ref. No. 100308_039

Pair of Oil Portraits

Artist: R. B. Crafft
Oil on canvas
Woman: 37½” x 29½” (frame size 44½” x 36¾”)
Man: 35 7/8” x 28” (frame size  43¾” x 35¾”)

Ref. No. 150519_003

Portrait of a Young Man

Artist: S. Knight
Oil on stretched canvas
10” high by 8½ ” wide
Ref. No. 080811_173

Still Life of a Basket of Fruit

Unknown American Artist
Second quarter of the 19th century
Oil on canvas
17 7/8” x 25 7/8” (Framed to 26½” x 34½”)
Ref. No. 150519_020

Silver Mounted Inscribed Beaker

Unknown Artist
Cattle horn and silver alloy
4 5/8” high
Ref. No. 100310_006

Runners on Beach

Artist: Ellis Wilson (1899 – 1977)
Oil on canvas, circa 1950–1955
29½” x 48″ image size (32¾” x 51″ frame)
Ref. No. 110613_020

Two Watercolor Miniatures

Artist: Elizabeth Cross
Probably American by Miss Cross who may later have adopted the name Elizabeth Fairchild after marriage, dated 1830

Watercolor on paper
Woman: 3¾” x 2½”    Man: 3¾” x 2 3/8”
Ref. No. 150519_070

Green Clay’s Beaker

Unknown artist dated 1813
Cattle horn with a worn silver dollar bottom
3¼” high
Ref. No. 080811_078

Engraved Powder Horn

Possibly of Native American origin
Cattle horn
5¾” long as the crow flies
Ref. No. 081105_038

Green Art Pottery Vase

Genuine Bybee (1922-1926)
Slip glazed stoneware
8- 3/8″ tall
Ref. No. 100517_031

Blue Waco Vase

HAND MADE WACO (1922-1925)
Slip glazed stoneware
7¼” tall
Ref. No. 100517_038

Green Waco Vase

HAND MADE Waco Ky (1922-1945)
Slip glazed stoneware
7″ tall
Ref. No. 100517_040

Blue Waco Vase

HAND MADE Waco (1922-1945)
Slip glazed stoneware
7-7/8″ tall
Ref. No. 100517_043

Green Waco Vase

HAND MADE Waco(1922-1945)
Slip glazed stoneware
6-3/8″ tall
Ref. No. 100517_047

Green Waco Bud Vase

Mountain Handicraft WACO, KY. (1930-1933)
Slip glazed stoneware
3 7/8″ tall
Ref. No. 100517_049

Green Waco Basket Vase

Unmarked Waco, Kentucky pottery
Slip glazed stoneware
5¼” tall
Ref. No. 100517_062

Blue Waco Pinched Vase

WACO, KY. (1922-1945)
Slip glazed stoneware
2¾” tall
Ref. No. 100517_066

Small Blue Bybee Urn

Genuine Bybee(1922-1926)
Slip glazed stoneware
5-5/8″ tall, 6¾” diameter
Ref. No. 100517_067

Green Bybee Vase

Genuine Bybee (1922-1926)
Slip glazed stoneware
9¾” tall
Ref. No. 100517_063