'No. 1' 2021-06-26 Auction - 142 Price Results - Catalog Sale in New York - Page 2
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Salesman sample, headstones: USA, c. 1900 silk 21 x 18 largest; 1 lb Group of seven headstone salesman's samples printed on silk. Provenance: Private collection, NYC antique, advertising, memento mori, textile, morbid
0025: Salesman sample, headstonesEst. $500-$700
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Charles Manson, Wire Photo: USA, 1970 printed paper 11 x 8 1/8; 3 oz "The Many Moods of Manson" Associated Press wire photo. Provenance: Private collection, NYC
0026: Charles Manson, Wire PhotoEst. $200-$300Lot Passed
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Charles Manson, Wire Photo: USA, 1970 printed paper 11 x 8; 3 oz "Manson Quips with Newsmen" Associated Press wire photo. Provenance: Private collection, NYC
0027: Charles Manson, Wire PhotoEst. $100-$200
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Masonic, Drawing: USA, 19th century ink on paper frame 13 x 11; aperture 9.5 x 7.25; 1 lb Masonic drawing on paper in carved frame. Provenance: Private collection, NYC occult, antique, ink on paper, anonymous,
0028: Masonic, DrawingEst. $200-$400Lot Passed
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Wendy Maruyama, Box on Stand: USA, 1991 wood, laquer 37.5 x 21 x 15 Important studio craft box on stand by Wendy Maruyama, signed on underside. Provenance: Private collection, Massachusetts mid century, modernist, modernism,
0030: Wendy Maruyama, Box on StandEst. $1,500-$2,500
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Robert Rosenwald, Collage: USA, 1950s paper, pastel 12 x 9; 3 oz Cut paper and pastel collage by Robert Rosenwald. Robert Rosenwald, son of art collector Lessing Rosenwald, studied at Cranbrook under the likes of Harry
0031: Robert Rosenwald, CollageEst. $100-$200
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Robert Rosenwald, Drawing: USA, 1950s paper, marker 10.75 x 7.75; 3 oz Marker drawing by Robert Rosenwald. Robert Rosenwald, son of art collector Lessing Rosenwald, studied at Cranbrook under the likes of Harry Bertoia,
0032: Robert Rosenwald, DrawingEst. $100-$200
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Robert Rosenwald, The Dream: USA, 1957 stone, wood 20 x 13 x 17.25 "The Dream" sculpture in stone by Robert Rosenwald on wood base. Impressed with signature and date on base. Robert Rosenwald, son of art collector Lessing
0033: Robert Rosenwald, The DreamEst. $1,000-$1,500Lot Passed
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Robert Rosenwald, Kinetic Necklace: USA, 1983 silver, metal 9.75 x 9.5 x 7/8 Sculptural, kinetic necklace by Robert Rosenwald for Laurie Rosenwald, relating to his late-period kinetic sculpture work. Robert Rosenwald, son of art
0034: Robert Rosenwald, Kinetic NecklaceEst. $800-$1,200
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Robert Rosenwald, Print: USA, 1960s ink, paper 18.25 x 12.75; 3 oz Self print by Robert Rosenwald. Robert Rosenwald, son of art collector Lessing Rosenwald, studied at Cranbrook under the likes of Harry Bertoia, preceding a
0035: Robert Rosenwald, PrintEst. $50-$100
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Arts and Crafts, Chair: USA, c. 1910 oak 35.5 x 15.75 x 13.5; 17.5 seat height Oak Arts and Crafts chair in the manner of Limbert. Provenance: Private collection, NYC mid century, modernist, modernism, mcm, early
0036: Arts and Crafts, ChairEst. $400-$600
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Bauhaus Style, Caddy: USA, c. 1940 wood, paint 18 x 8.5 x 10; 5 lbs Red painted caddy in the Bauhaus vocabulary. Provenance: Private collection, NYC mid century, modernist, modernism, mcm, constructivist, plywood
0037: Bauhaus Style, CaddyEst. $200-$400
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Brutalist, Log Holder: USA, Mid 20th c. iron 18 x 15 x 14; 11 lbs Forged iron log holder. Provenance: Private collection, NYC anonymous, sculpture, antique, unusual, mid century, modernist, giacometti
0038: Brutalist, Log HolderEst. $200-$400
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Salesman Sample Gate: USA, c. 1915 metal 26 x 22.5 x 12; 39 open Salesman\'s sample Burkholder gate with working hardware. Provenance: Private collection, NYC antique, advertising, patent, model, miniature
0039: Salesman Sample GateEst. $400-$600Lot Passed
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Make-Do, Bullhorn: USA, 1940s metal, wood, wire, paint 22 x 12 x 6.75; 7 lbs Homemade soapboxing bullhorn. Provenance: Private collection, NYC
0040: Make-Do, BullhornEst. $100-$200
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Peter Murdoch, Spotty Chair: USA, 1964 cardboard 20 x 19 x 18 The first cardboard chair, "Spotty" by Peter Murdoch, produced by International Paper UK/USA. Provenance: Private collection, NYC mid century, modernist,
0041: Peter Murdoch, Spotty ChairEst. $1,000-$1,500Lot Passed
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Will Horwitt, Wire Sculpture: USA, 1976 wood, wire 13 x 11.5 x 2.75; 2 lbs Wood and wire sculpture by Will Horwitt, signed and dated. Will Horwitt was a widely collected sculptor and craftsman, working in a variety of mediums
0042: Will Horwitt, Wire SculptureEst. $800-$1,200
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Will Horwitt, Bronze Sculpture: USA, 1965-1966 bronze 3.75 x 9 1/8 x 4 7/8; 10 lbs Bronze sculpture by Will Horwitt, signed and dated, produced by Modern Art Foundry in an edition of 5. Will Horwitt was a widely collected
0043: Will Horwitt, Bronze SculptureEst. $2,000-$3,000
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Will Horwitt, Drawing: USA, 1970-1971 metal, glass, paper, ink frame 32.5 x 24; actual 31 x 22.25 ; 11 lbs Framed drawing by Will Horwitt. Will Horwitt was a widely collected sculptor and craftsman, working in a variety
0044: Will Horwitt, DrawingEst. $1,500-$2,000Lot Passed
Will Horwitt, Drawing: USA, 1971 metal, glass, paper, ink frame 32.5 x 24; actual 31 x 22.25 ; 11 lbs Framed drawing by Will Horwitt. Will Horwitt was a widely collected sculptor and craftsman, working in a variety of
0045: Will Horwitt, DrawingEst. $1,500-$2,000Lot Passed
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Surrealist, Bronze Wishbone: USA, 1970s bronze 12 x 7.25 x 4.5; 2 lbs Oversized surrealist bronze wishbone. Provenance: Private collection, NYC mid century, modernist, modernism, mcm
0046: Surrealist, Bronze WishboneEst. $200-$400
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All Species Day Parade, Mask: USA, c. 1989 paper mache, sticks, metal 23.5 x 26 x 15; 2 lbs Mask worn in the All Species Day Parade, possibly made by Carl Hultberg. Carl Hultberg was a leading NYC cycling advocate, green
0047: All Species Day Parade, MaskEst. $300-$500Lot Passed
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All Species Day Parade, Mask: USA, c. 1989 paper mache, neckties 18 x 18 x 17; 67 total length 2 lbs Mask worn in the All Species Day Parade, possibly made by Carl Hultberg. Carl Hultberg was a leading NYC cycling advocate,
0048: All Species Day Parade, MaskEst. $300-$500
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