This year’s auction will feature a great selection of fine oil paintings by several well-known listed artists; over a dozen high-quality duck decoys; fine Tiffany Studios lighting; Gustav Stickley and L. & J.G. Stickley furniture; numerous great camp furnishings; Navaho and Oriental rugs; Old Hickory furniture; variety of antique wooden boats and boating accessories; antique firearms; many great pack baskets, creels and snowshoes; wide range of taxidermy and antler furniture; sporting prints; Barney Bellinger furniture; art pottery; wicker; fishing and hunting collectibles; Indian items; Arts & Crafts accessories and furnishings; country and early American furniture; Black Forest carvings; Handel reverse-painted lamps; advertising items; Adirondack and sporting books; a mechanical bank collection; antique wooden powerboats and numerous one of a kind pieces.
The Adirondacks from Ferrisburg, Vt., an oil painting by J.B. Bristol (American, 1826-1909) epitomizes the spirit of Blanchard’s Adirondack Auction. The large work (23 1/2 by 43 1/2 inches) is estimated at $50,000-$75,000.
Estate jewelry includes an early 1900s 18-karat yellow gold and diamond pendant from Tiffany & Co. that is expected to sell for $10,000-$20,000.
An example of the antique firearms is a Civil War-era .50-caliber rifle by Poultney and Trimble, which is estimated at $1,500-$3,000. The rifle is all correct including markings on both the metal and stock and the action is tight.
For more information contact Blanchard’s Auction Service at 315-265-5070.
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