MONROVIA, Calif. — John Moran Auctioneers brings another installment of its Traditional Collector auctions to bidders on Tuesday, October 24, featuring numerous lots designed to accent any home at a great value. The catalog is now available for bidding at LiveAuctioneers.

The 229-lot sale is wide-ranging in scope and offers bidders of all tastes the opportunity to add to their collections. From Asian art, furniture and textiles; European and American fine art from the 18th to the 20th centuries; sculpture, lighting, clocks, crystal and Persian rugs — there is literally something for every collecting interest.

American folk artist William Matthew Prior (1806-1871) was known for his specialization in portraits, particularly of children. Moran’s sale has a fine example of this in the form of Portrait of Marion L. Wardwell at Age 2, dated to 1853. A 1977 restoration obliterated the artist’s hand-written information on the reverse, but pre-work photographs revealed the important provenance. Wardwell lived from 1851 to 1943. The piece has slight touch-ups but is in otherwise good condition, estimated at $10,000-$15,000.

From the same period in art comes this 19th-century American School portrait of a young girl with flowers. Measuring 30 by 25in, the unsigned oil on canvas has fine craquelure throughout while remaining in good overall condition. It is estimated at $2,000-$3,000.

A handsome tall-case clock from Tiffany & Co. featuring Walter H. Durfee tubular bells is another star lot. Deaccessioned from Casa Dorinda, a continuing care retirement community in Santa Barbara, California, the clock stands 8ft in height and is dated to the late 19th century. It carries an estimate of $3,000-$5,000.

Impressionist painter Jacques Deveau (b. 1937-) is known for his depictions of beautiful ladies and children. Woman in red dress reading at the beach, an oil on canvas measuring 36 by 24in, is estimated at $2,000-$3,000.