Below are detailed photos of the Benjamin Franklin published The American Instructor…, c. 1753. Other antique books on this auction include: 8 volume set of The Spectator (London: J & R. Tonson), c. 1765; Fisk’s Travels in Europe, c. 1839; and A Narrative of the Voyages Round the World, Performed by Captain James Cook…, by A. Kippis, c. 1835, in 2 volumes.
“The County Election” engraving by John Sartain after painting by George Caleb Bingham, inscribed below title: “Entered According to Act of Congress in the year 1854 by G.C. Bingham…”. Foxing present around border.
Mountain scene oil on canvas (20″ x 14″) by Charles Partridge Adams in gold leaf frame.
Both of these items are part of the W. Gordon Buckner Trust Auction, which is currently open for bidding on our website (www.ImanKC.com). Bidding ends on Monday, October 31, at 7:00 p.m.
Among the fine selection of high end trap guns selling on Friday are this Merkel 12 gauge over/under. Other shotguns include: 1969 Merkel 20 ga 200E (6lb 3oz) – 1990 Merkel 12 ga 201E – Isaac Hollis 12 ga (5lb 13oz) – 1962 Belgium Liegeoise 16 ga (6lb 9oz) – L. Frauenstorfer Mannheim 16 ga (6lb 2.5oz) – Francaise D’Armes Manufrance 16 ga Model Robust (5lb 15oz) – 1950 Beretta 12 ga S-2 – 1964 Armalite 12 ga AR-17 – 1941 Winchester 12 ga Trap Model 12 – Winchester 12 ga Model 1500 XTR – Remington 12 ga Model 1100 – Ljutic 12 ga Mono – 1936 IC 16 ga Model 12 – 1948 LC Smith 12ga – Stevens .410 Model 94C – Stevens 20 ga – Charter Arms 22LR AR-7 Explorer – Russi Brazil 22 pump
This 1936 Willys hot rod is part of the 2-Day Don & Linda Lancaster Auction, Tuesday, June 21 and Wednesday, June 22. See more photos and the rest of the auction by clicking here
The Finke family has found several boxes that contained items that weren’t part of the original listing, including an extensive coin collection, and diamond wedding rings. Be sure to revisit the website to see these recent finds by CLICKING HERE
PORTRAIT of HÉLÈNE FOURMENT – $8,000
We were recently fortunate enough to handle the sale of this fabulous portrait of Peter Paul Rubens’ wife, Helene Fourment. This Portrait of Hélène Fourment, a rendition of the original by Rubens, was believed to have been executed by the studio of Rubens, c. late 17th/early 18th century. The unidentified artist exhibited a definite mastery of the medium, as well as the influence of Rubens. Read more about Helene Fourment here.
The signed artist’s proof of Order No. 11, Martial Law sold at the Barger/Reeter Estate Auction in Arrow Rock, Missouri, on Friday, May 15, for $10,250. The well known engraving by George Caleb Bingham was stated to have been a gift from the artist to his niece.