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Auction Summary, June 14th 2021


Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will present an unreserved absentee, phone bid and online antique and estate auction through on Monday June 14th at an early start of 3:00 PM EST. 

A gallery preview will be held Sunday 6/13 from 1-5 and Monday day of sale beginning at 12 noon and ending at 2:30pm or by appointment, several interesting estates and collections have combined to offer an interesting and diverse sale of 600 lots.

The sale begins with a one owner collection of sextants, microscopes, barometers, scientific instruments, several antique maps and various other oddities. Record players include a rare Berliner gramophone along with a rarer original record cabinet with original records. Several clocks are included in both sessions including an antique tall clock, carriage clocks, several Atmos, regulators, French figural bronze and gilt spelter and other various examples. Thirteen vintage coin op gumball machines were collected in the 1970'sat various flea markets and tag sales and are in working condition. Also assembled in the 1970's and 80's is a one owner 50 lot collection of archaic and dynastic Chinese and Anglo Roman glazed and unglazed pottery artifacts primarily purchased from London dealers by an Anglophile best selling author. Chinese, Japanese and other Asian pottery and artworks from the several other estates offered are scattered throughout the sale. 

Artworks offerings are led by artists Henry Gasser, F.T. Sibley, Aaron Shattuck, Leon Devos, J. Francis Cropsey, G.S. Vander Poel, William Glackens, Frank Auerbach and four Paul Jacoulet woodblocks.  Art pottery, blown art glass, Art Deco figurals and decorative items from many periods come from a New Jersey collection. 

Mid Century items include two sets of eight BRNO chairs for Knoll, a Carlo Scarpa dining and coffee table in the Doge line, Brueton cantilever coffee table and glass objects by Charlie Miner, Brad Copping, Louis Via and Donald Robertson.  A fine selection of English and American mahogany and walnut pieces from the last three centuries are scattered throughout. Some good country and garden items including some pieces from the Glenmere Mansion include cast iron, teak, cast stone and carved stone. A large selection of estate carpets, a collection of early fraternal robes and fur coats should yield some surprises.                 

Not much jewelry in this months' auction but more than 1000 troy ounces of silver in flatware and hollowware will be sold.  Folk items from a large Westport estate will garner some attention; two large polychrome carved wooden plaques depicting scenes of Baron Von Munchausen's antics, a fine folksy hobby horse, a gilt horse weather vane, a sailor whirligig, two wallpaper hat boxes, a blue painted dome trunk 1841, a fine half hull and a small Prior school portrait of a child.      

Bronzes are highlighted by an Albert Carrier Belleuse figure of Rembrandt, J. Smith 1901 figure of Napoleon on a marble plinth, Austrian cold painted Art Deco dancer and several examples of 17th and 18th century Flemish and Chinese cauldrons and pots. Auctioneers favorites are a paint decorated and carved horse drawn sleigh and a large Spanish Colonial oak carved panel both from the Westport estate. Please see our advertisement in this "Bee" and visit our Website.

In person previews are scheduled for Sunday 6/13 from 1pm-5pm and Monday from 12 noon- 2:30pm.  Absentee and phone bidding is available. All lots offered through Pickup of all items is by curbside protocol Tuesday June 15th from 10am to 3pm and daily thereafter 9-3:30 or by appointment. Shipping is by third party vendors only. Auction terms, links to online bidding and other info available on our website.

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