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Auction Summary, November 1st, 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 November 1st at an early start of 3:00 PM EST. Several local estates combine to offer an interesting and diverse sale of 600 lots. 

A trip to Dallas, PA to look at bronzes was successful and also ended up with a van load of the life work and personal collection of the 'Crawford and Gloria' including props, scrapbooks and performance posters as well as their personal collection vintage magic posters and ephemera to be sold in individual and grouped lots.


The day's bidding starts with the final public auction offering of Louise Abrams artworks, acrylic paintings, intricate drawings, sketchbooks and sculpture. An excellent collection of record players, telephones, several Edison Standards with two horns as well as two large lots of cylinder records and other machines will follow. Other items from a Cortland estate include several metal disc players and roller organs, two of which are coin operated, interesting scales, a large inkwell collection, a large doll collection and a Winchester 10 gauge cannon. Two swords; a rare Robert Mole US confederacy sword and a rare Austrian M1858 Heavy Cavalry Trooper example , a rare Mark W, Cross & Co. tack and saddlery cabinet, several marble and alabaster carvings and pedestals led by two carved bas relief plaques signed "Lot Corelli, Firenze" should all garner attention.


A Garrison NY estate offers up a large collection of Chinese porcelains, carved jades, collections of figurines, bronzes, Japanese inro, snuff bottles and other artifacts. 

Artworks include works by Samuel Rothbart, Francesco DiCocco, I.T. Hansen, Andrew Ragon, Michail Yakovlov, Edward Smythe, Gerrit Hondius,  Michel Rodde and others. Bronzes include a fine "Last Days of Napoleon" by Vincenzo Vela, Jean Baptiste Belloc ``Swords into Ploughshares", large 19th century setter animalier and several other French 19th century bronzes. Among other bronzes is a Tiffany counterbalance floor lamp, a large Tiffany Zodiac inkwell and a bronze and glass grapevine deskset. 


Several china services and various fine porcelains, decorative items from many periods combined with English and American mahogany such as a large faux bamboo book cabinet,  an oversize Syrian brass decorated marriage chest, lots of quarter sawn oak, tester beds, a group of solid rosewood Anglo Indian carved furniture and much more are scattered throughout.   

 Good lots of Mid Century modern furniture and accessories are led by a pair of Eames lounge chairs and ottomans and other Hermann Miller furniture, rosewood bedroom furniture, Venini sconces, Ficks Reed bamboo, rare bamboo lounge, a  Paul Evans ``Patchwork" dresser box,  a pair of Barcelona and a pair of Wassily chairs, three George Nelson ``Omni" wall units, four Greg Copeland 1970's glass framed artworks and a Fortuny glass and metal chandelier are among the highlights. 


A nice selection of estate carpets and textiles, a few hundred troy ounces of silver in flatware and hollowware, a selection of fine estate jewelry, a large lot carnival glass and a large lot Hummels will also be offered. Please see our advertisement in this "Bee" and visit our website. In person previews are scheduled for Sunday 10/31 from 1pm-5pm and Monday from 12 noon- 2:30pm.  Absentee and phone bidding is available. All lots offered through Pickup of all items  Tuesday 11/2 from 10am to 3pm and daily thereafter 9-3:30 or by appointment. Shipping is by third party vendors only.


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