Over 50 Years Experience



FRI. JUNE 29, AT 6 P.M.

Furniture – Sheraton 4-drawer chest, Chippendale 4-drawer chest, Hepplewhite bow front chest, Hepplewhite slant front desk, Sheraton and Hepplewhite stands, 1-drawer blanket chests, Chippendale and Sheraton tables, Queen Anne tea table, hutch table, tavern tables, marble top table, corner wash stand, shaving stands, oriental stands, Bannister back chairs, Chippendale wing chair, corner chair, 4 poster beds, scenic inlaid tip table by Albert Schild, Fred Adams secretary, and more.


Art – portrait of Daniel Webster Attr. to Joseph Goodhue Chandler, W. Lester Stevens, Norman Rockwell, Salvador Dali, Barry Moser, Edna Hibel, Carl Gustaf Simon Nelson, Jack Coughlin, Helen Fairbanks (69 miniature map watercolors), M. Jacques, Jean-Pierre Cassigneul, Jenness Cortez, Gary Trudeau, David Meo, Helen Rundell, George Dergalis, Gordon Grant, Stephen Parrish, Robert Chase, R. Parker, 5 paintings of Bali by Frederic M. Grant, Zoltan Hecht, Ruth Dorn, S. Margolies, Emil Singer, Elton E. Thresher (30+ paintings) and others.

Sterling – 111 pcs. Gorham “Old English Tipt”, tea set, candelabra, bowl, serving pieces, and more.

Accessories – Steinway upright piano, Paul Wayland Bartlett bronze eagle “Preparedness”, totem pole, skeleton in closet, still banks, Eagle & Eaglets mechanical bank, toys, andirons, Thomas Fordham Braintree tall clock, Chinese porcelain, Whately 3-gal bird jug, Sandwich glass, 100+ pcs. Pleat & Panel Pattern glass, bottles, 60’ of wrought iron roof top fencing, stoneware, mirrors, oriental rugs, Indian baskets, and more.

2007 Mercedes-Benz C280

1988 Ford E350

(Preview: 3-6 p.m.)

Hooper in 1843

Born:  July 16, 1799

Died:  September 19, 1865 (aged 66)
Roxbury, Boston

Occupation:  Merchant

Henry Northey Hooper (1799-1865) was a preeminent 19th-century American manufacturer and merchant of decorative lighting, Civil War artillery, and bells and chimes.  He was a Boston politician and foundry owner and in his firm he cast the first life-size bronze statue in the United States.

He was an apprentice of Paul Revere in the latter's Boston foundry.  He later purchased the foundry and established Henry N. Hooper & Co. to produce lamps and lighting fixtures, bells, and by 1862, artillery for the Union Army.

This bell is dated 1865








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