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Sale Description, February 4, 2019

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Hudson Valley Auctioneers located at 432 Main Street Beacon, New York  will present a two session unreserved estate auction on  Monday February 4th at 5:00 PM.

The sale includes several partial estate contents from New York and New Jersey.

Session One offers online bidding with Liveauctioneers.com as well as in house, absentee and phone bidding and begins with an Asian grouping to include a selection of Chinese porcelains, carved jades, bronzes, cloisonné, Satsuma and carved Chinese furniture.

Traditional furniture is prevalent in both sessions with Continental and American pieces including period pieces, country cupboards, Empire and Federal tables, 19th century English mahogany chests, Pembrokes tables, slant desks, a seven pieces rosewood bedroom set, a large carved court cupboard, and a mohair wire frame Turkish chair are an indication of the diversity.

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Highlights February 4th, 2019

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Featuring the continuation of the Cornwall estate featuring fine bronzes, antiques and art, with quality additions from a New York City apartment, a Somers townhouse and various smaller places around the Hudson Valley area.

This sale will include a selection of Asian art & accessories, continental & American antique furniture, silver, carpets and lots of smalls.

Noteworthy are 5 oils by Walter Emerson Baum.

This sale will contain well over 500 lots, as usual we start online, with the first 300 lots simulcast on the Live Auctioneers platform, after the live session we continue with in-house bidding.

All items are photographed and shown on our auctionzip photo gallery.

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