Items to Consign

Leopold Till (Austrian, 1830-1893)

[A Hero’s Retreat]

Oil on canvas

Signed lower right and dated 1879

19 x 15″ sight, framed

Excellent condition



Hans Tichy (Austrian, 1861-1925)

A Mother and Daughter Before a Marian Shrine – 1897


Signed lower left and dated 1897

16 x 13.25″ (40.5 x 33.5 cm)

Excellent condition



Mary Augusta Mullikin (1874-1964)

[Chinese Temple]

Oil on canvas

Signed lower left, c. 1930

12 x 16″ sight, framed

Good condition; some waviness in canvas


Frederick Stanton Perkins (1832-1899)

[Floral Still Life]

Oil on canvas

Signed lower right

25 x 34″

Good overall condition; darkened varnish



William Partridge Burpee (1846-1940)

[Dutch woman from behind carrying pile of brush]

Pastel on paper attached to paper backing

Signed lower right in ink, “W. P. Burpee”

sight, 8 x 6”, frame, 14.5 x 12.5”; matted and glazed

c. 1900

fold crease at center; some waviness in the paper

This work might have been painted during the summer Burpee spent in Holland in 1900.



Raymond Moreau Crosby (1876-1945)

Four pen & ink drawings, magazine story illustrations, c. 1915



Thomas Uwins (British, 1782-1857)

“Avvocatella Cava”

Pencil, ink on paper

Signed lower right, c. 1830

11.5 x 16.5″

Foxing, age toning



Pencil, ink on paper

9 x 11.5″

Location noted lower left, c. 1830

Foxing, age toning



Frank Henry Mason (British, 1876-1965)

[Boy with Donkey]

Watercolor on paper

17 x 12″

Initialed lower left, c. 1900

Good condition



Franklin Gottshall (1902-1992)

4 Furniture Designs

Pen and ink on paper

Approx. 18 x 22″, each

Good condition



Sir (John) Bernard Burke, CB (1814-1892)

Uniformly bound collection of five works in 13 volumes by Sir (John) Bernard Burke, CB (1814-1892), genealogist and Ulster King of Arms.

3/4 Dark brown morocco leather with rose colored cloth covers, bound by Knickerbocker Press Bindery for G. P. Putnam’s Sons; all edges gilt.

The works include:

1) “Family Romance; Or, Episodes in the Domestic Annals of the Aristocracy.” Two volumes. Published by Hurst and Blackett, London, 1854, Second Edition.

Some light wear, foxing/spotting to title pages, light wear to extremities, some staining to covers. Clean, tight and in Very Good+ condition. 7 3/8 x 5″.

2) “Vicissitudes of Families, and Other Essays.” Three volumes. Published by Longman, Green, Longman and Roberts, London, 1860-1863. First, Second and Third Series.

Very clean, light wear to extremities, some staining to covers.  Very Good + condition. 7 1/2 x 5″.

3) “The Patrician,” published by E. Churton, London, 1846-1848 in Six Volumes.

Very clean, light wear to extremities, some staining to covers. Very Good+ condition. 8 1/2 x 5 5/8″.

4) “A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies of England, Ireland and Scotland.” Published by John Russell Smith, London, 1844.

Very clean, light wear to extremities, some staining to covers. Very Good+ condition. 9 x 6 1/4″.

5) “A Selection of Arms Authorized by the Laws of Heraldry.” Published by Harrison, London, 1860. The large foldout Pedigree chart appearing after page 66 is present, but it has torn over time and is separated from the book.

Very clean, corners bumped, some staining to covers. Very Good+ condition. 9 1/2 x 6 1/2″.


Walpole, Horace.

ANECDOTES OF PAINTING IN ENGLAND,…ETC., WITH CATALOGUE OF ENGRAVERS WHO HAVE BEEN BORN OR RAISED IN ENGLAND AND ANECDOTES OF PAINTERS WHO HAVE RESIDED OR BEEN BORN IN ENGLAND…A CONTINUATION OF HORACE EARL OF OXFORD… ETC., FIVE VOLUMES COMPLETE. London: Thomas Farmer; Strawberry-Hill; Leigh and Southeby, 1762 (Vols. 1 & 2); 1763 (Vols. 3 & 5): 1771 (Vol. 4); 1808 (Supplement). 5 Volumes plus the Edwards Supplement, 9 3/4 by 7 3/4 inches in a uniform 19th C. blue full morocco bindings, all edges gilt.


Complete set with all engraved plates. Intermittent foxing to the plates although in the main confined to the margins and tissue overlays. Some rubbing to the joints but a sound and handsome complete set of 6 volumes.



Early Victorian, Assembled Sterling Inkstand (Standish):

Stand, chamberstick and snuffer with marks of Robert Hennell (III) (RH), London, 1842.

Silver-topped inkwells with cut glass pots (not original to the stand) with marks of Stephen Smith & William Nicholson (SSWN), London, 1858.

12.5 x 8 x 6(h)” (31.75 x 20.3 x 15 cm)

Approx. 22 Troy ounces or 777.5 grams weighable silver.

Total weight: 2 lbs. 14 ounces.

Two engraved coats of arms, one reading in Greek:

αἰὲν ἀριστεύειν, aièn aristeúein (Ever to Excel)

Condition: very good, some scraping to the exposed areas of the glass pots; rusted metal insert under the chamberstick