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This Queen Anne-style diminutive secretary had a broken arch pediment over two mirrored doors, a burled fall front and banded inlay. After competitive bidding, it brought $1,495.


This tier maple Queen Anne flat-top highboy had very good shell carving and according to catalog notes, some restoration, undoubtedly accounting for the price of $1,610.


Stunning and important, this English Moorcroft art pottery vase in the Florian ware pattern was designed by James MacIntyre. With large yellow flowers and green leaves on a dark blue ground, it brought $3,450.


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This vibrant American Nineteenth Century Hudson River landscape oil on canvas in a Victorian gilt frame, measuring 22 by 36 inches, brought $2,070.


Monumental oil on canvas, attributed to Albert Bierstadt, measured a substantial 781/2 by 1171/2 inches. Monogrammed AB on the lower right and dated 1856 Roma, it brought $7,590.


A surprise at the sale was this charming oil on board painting by artist Anna Storry, which was signed and dated on the lower left, 1899. Fresh from a local home, it was estimated at $200/300, but with two phones battling it out, sold for a powerful $6,900.


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This vivid yellow art pottery vase by William Grueby, Boston, had unfortunately been drilled at some point in its history. Measuring 103/4 by 8 inches, it opened at $4,000 and sold to a phone bidder for $5,520.


A stunning tall American brilliant period cut glass mushroom shade lamp with prisms sold early in the sale for $1,502.

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