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Auction Summary, February 13th Auction


Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will present an unreserved antique and estate auction with absentee, phone and online bidding through on February 13th at an early start of 3:00 PM EST. 

In house previews are Sunday 2/12 from 1pm-5pm and Monday from 12 noon- 2:30pm or by appointment after 2/6. The sale includes several estates and partial estates, primarily the midtown Manhattan estate of the daughter of a long closed Madison Avenue art gallery, expert in South American art. Many items in the sale were purchased from NYC galleries in the early 1980's.

Artists represented in the sale include Georges Leroux, Boscagli, Everett Shinn, Victoria Dubourg, Carles Vickey, P. Bertieri, Edward Detaille, Georges Lepape, Frederick Taubes, Valentine Hugo, Raphael P. Barradas, Andre Marty, Rube Goldberg, Louis Boilly, Estaban Garino, Henri Pierre, Franz Kline, Vernon Bailey, David Lax, Arthur Coppedge, Pal Fried, Pierre Bertandi, A. Point, Carlos Gomez Fernandez, Zito Quendo, Frans Masereel, Harari, Nick Hansen, Max Liebermann, Icart and Goya among others. 

Bronzes include works by Pablo Serrano, Juan Leon Zorilla, Alexis Rudier, Alfredo Pina, Enrico Caruso, Ruth Levine as well as many antique and unsigned pieces. 

A fine selection of 19th century bronze decorative items, chandeliers and sconces are scattered throughout the sale. Among the Asian items are a set of bronze elephant opium weights and a fine collection of miniature bronze deity fragments.

18th, 19th and 20th century furniture are diverse in a selection of barristers and file cabinets to American country, a rare Thonet recliner, a Gustav Stickley rocker, MCM teak furniture, and bedroom and dining room furniture. Silver and jewels include a few hundred ounces sterling flatware and hollowware, several gold bracelets and a continuation of the large estate collection of fine Native American silver and turquoise pieces including Old Pawn. 

A large selection of US commemorative gold and fine silver coins are also offered, most in large lots. 

Several china sets, Persian carpets, vintage beaded and designer handbags, decorated stoneware, duck decoys including several by both Stanley Cichowsky and Bob Jones, Charles Birdsall, Keith Mueller and others, an extensive collection of vintage Steiff teddy bears and animals, vintage dolls and various other country lots blend throughout the sale. Doll maker Jane Cather created the remarkable 'Class of 86' group of hand made cloth dolls that will be sold as one lot.

Other standouts in the 550 lot sale are an Ed Moulthrop "Negundo" bowl, a 1934 "Panama Digger Model 'A' penny arcade machine in unrestored condition, a brass National candy store register, a rare Blick "Featherweight" typewriter, a Jon Kuhn carved glass vase, a labeled John Appleton lightship basket, two Jauquet folk art carvings, a large collection Gregg Hessel Studios collection of copper candlesticks and a fine 19th century copper and zinc trotter and sulky weathervane in original gilt. 

All lots offered through and Phone and Absentee bids. In house pickup and payment of all items begins Tuesday 2/14 from 10am to 3pm and daily that week 9-3:30. Appointments can be arranged for limited pick ups if invoices are prepaid.

All shipping is by third party vendors only, auction terms, links to online bidding and other info available at our interactive website 

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