[JHRB News] New Catalog of Catalogs available

Joslin Hall Rare Books office at joslinhall.com
Wed Oct 26 14:47:37 EDT 2005

We have just released a the new October/November issue of
"Going Once... Going Twice...", our catalog of vintage antique & art
auction catalogs. If you would like a printed copy, please send
your mailing address.

A web-based copy is also available for viewing here-


Categories include: Furniture & Americana; China Trade; Silver; Judaica; 
Oriental rugs & Orientalia; ceramics & glass; antiquities; Russian arts; 
Fine arts; bronzes, ethnographica, and more!

Some Highlights:

- the 1977 sale of the "original" Boscobel Restoration furnishings.

- the 1930 sale of the collection of noted American furniture collector 
Philip Flayderman.

- the 1931 sale of the stock of American furniture dealer Benajmin 
Flayderman, which included an entire McIntyre room.

- the 1981 sale of the Jenckes Collection of rare American pewter.

- the 1940 sale of the furnishings in the house where a future Director of 
the Metropolitan Museum of Art grew up.

-the 1970 sale of the 'Barnard Clock', a Thomas Tompion clock apparently 
made for Queen Anne.

- the 1981 sale of the famous folk art collection of Howard and Jean Lipman.

- the 2-volume 1994 sale of the Bertram & Nina Fletcher Little Collection.

- the 1972 sale of the collection of Mrs. Giles Whiting, one of the 
organizers of the Girl Scout Loan Exhibition .

- the 1969 sale of the Caldwell Collection of English blue & white porcelain.

- an unusual 1969 auction devoted to a single collection of bonbonnieres

- the 1967 auction devoted to an Imperial Russian dinner service.

- the 1966 sale of the "Grittleton Marbles", a unique set of early 
Victorian-era statuary.

- the 1979 sale of the Harbeson Collection of chess sets.

- the 1967 sale which included the Pelham set of pre-Cromwellian apostle 
spoons, and the Pelham Collection of Ancient English Silver Spoons.

- the 1923 sale of Barye bronzes from the Carhart and Bond collections.

- three catalogs of Animalier & other bronzes from the Dodge Collection.

- the 2-volume 1969/70 sale of the Hagop Kevorkian Collection of oriental 

- the 1952 sale of the private painting collection of renowned dealer Felix 

and much more!

If you would like a printed copy, please send your mailing address. A 
web-based copy is also available for viewing here-


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on the decorative and fine arts & design

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