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1/6th Daguerreotype of a Lady in a W.M. Shew of Boston Case
1/6th Daguerreotype of a Lady in a W.M. Shew of Boston Case. Split Leather Embossed Case.Very Good Age Appropriate Condition. Crown Auctions, LLC
Vintage Hermes Men's Pure Silk Ostrich and Jockey Neck Tie in Original Box
Vintage Hermes Men's Ostrich and Jockey Pure Silk Neck Tie on Coral Background in Original Box. 3.5 inches Wide by 62 inches Long. Newly Reline. 7987EA Crown Auctions, LLC
3 Pairs of Designer Denim Jeans
3 Pairs of Designer Denim Jeans Small Sizes Crown Auctions, LLC
Lot of 4 new in box Forged Iron Acorn Push plates
Lot of 4 new in box Forged Iron Acorn Push plates Crown Auctions, LLC
Alfred LaMare Ventriloquist Figure Paper Mache ca. 1910-1915
Alfred LeMare began business in 1861 making property for theaters, but he later specialized in magic and ventriloquial goods at his shop in Manchester, England. He supplied figures for Fred Russell and Arthur Prince. In today's collector world of ventriloquist figures there are a few very rare figures and one is the Alfred LeMare. This builder worked in the 19th century and created his figures of both paper mache and wood. The example you see here is 100% original having never ever been worked on or restored. Even the clothing on him is original to this figure. He has drop jaw, side moving eyes and fright wig. The fright wig is not connected. The original crepe hair is not on good condition. He is a superb example of this makers work and is a full size figure standing 38" tall which is also rather rare. His hands are carved wood and except for paint loss are in great shape. The paint on his face is also original but there are substantial amounts of chipping. His body is also made of paper mache which is molded and wood for the bottom board. The head stick attached to the bottom through an original brass plate. The eyes are wood balls which have been painted. The arms and legs are the original muslin which has been stuffed but since they are not opened at all we do not know what was used for the stuffing. The lower legs are cast paper mache and retain the original paint. Upper portion of the legs is muslin. Crown Auctions, LLC
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