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Advertising Apothecary Clock, Black Draught Cardui
Advertising Apothecary Clock, Black Draught Cardui\nAmerican, first half of the 20th century. A drug store apothecary advertising clock from the Metropolitan Drug Store located in Princeton, Missouri having a the circular molded top with brass and glass hinged cover enclosing the tin dial painted with black circled lettering for 'BLACK DRAUGHT' above Roman numerals and 'REGULATES THE LIVER', having black spade and pointer hand, the long drop with reverse painted door 'Chattanooga Medicine' 'McElree's Womans Relief' and 'Chattanooga Tennessee'. Approximate height 32.5", width 18", depth 4.25". Note: Black Draught was a product used with livestock Cardui, the Woman’s Tonic was produced by McElrees. Provenance: From an ancestor of Dr. W. F. Buren, druggist with the Metropolitan Drug Store, located in Princeton, Missouri. Ahlers & Ogletree Auction Gallery
Chinese Carved Bone Guanyin Sculpture
Chinese Carved Bone Guanyin Sculpture\nChinese, 20th century. Carved bone figural sculpture in the form of a Guanyin (Buddhist goddess of mercy and compassion) with tall headdress above black hair surrounding face with rounded cheeks, closed eyes, and calm and pleasant facial expression. Body wearing long robes accented in green, hand holding object and other hand in mudra gesture. Figure standing at full length, rendered in the round and standing barefoot on a lotus form base. Apparently unsigned. Approximate height 20.9", diameter of base 6.25". Ahlers & Ogletree Auction Gallery
Lucite Lamp w/ SE Asian Wood Sculptural Fragments
Lucite Lamp w/ SE Asian Wood Sculptural Fragments\nA lamp constructed of wooden Southeast Asian sculptural fragments, circa 18th/ 19th century, depicting tiered temples or pagodas, the architecture having six reticulated tiers each of double scalloped form with a spire at top of the back fragment, these fragments having been mounted on shaped lucite forms and then onto a pedestal form lucite base in staggered formation. Lamp with modern wiring and ivory linen fringed shade. Overall approximately 30 1/2" tall, from fragment approximately 12 1/2" tall, back fragment approximately 17 1/8" tall, base approximately 12 1/4" wide. Provenance: From the Estate of Jane O. Day of Atlanta, Georgia. Ahlers & Ogletree Auction Gallery
Hand Painted Tole Tray w/Winter Scene, 19th C.
Hand Painted Tole Tray w/Winter Scene, 19th C.\n19th century. Hand painted oblong octagonal tole tray with pierced handles on sides with leaf and floral banding surrounding mountainous winter scene with frozen river beside cottages and fencing. Unsigned. Well rendered tole peinte tray protected by fitted beveled glass. Removable tray raised on a black lacquered faux bamboo stand with X frame cross support. Approximate overall height 22.75", width 28", depth 19.5". Please consult the additional photos provided and ask all pertinent questions (i.e. condition, size, shipping, etc.) for more information on this lot prior to bidding by emailing info@AandOAuctions.com. Ahlers & Ogletree Auction Gallery
Group of 37 19th & 20th Century Fiction Books
Group of 37 19th & 20th Century Fiction Books\nA collection of 33 19th and 20th century books comprising of the following: The Works of Rudyard Kipling Set of 13 books comprising of "Many Inventions" and "The Seven Seas" published in 1899 in New York by D. Appleton & Company; The Works of Rudyard Kipling "The Second Jungle Book" and "Captains Courageous, A Story of the Grand Banks" published in 1899 in New York by The Century Co.; The Works of Rudyard Kipling "From Sea to Sea: Letters of Travel, Vol. 1", "From Sea to Sea: Letters of Travel, Vol. 2", "The Day's Work", "Plain Tales from the Hills", "Soldiers Three The Story of the Gadsbys in Black and White", "Life's Handicap, Being Stories of Mine Own People", "The Naulahka, a Story of East and West", "Departmental Ditties and Ballads and Barrack-Room Ballads", "Under the Deodars, The Phantom 'Rickshaw Wee Willie Winkie", "The Light That Failed", published in New York in 1899 by Doubleday & McClure Company The Cornell Series of books published by A.L. Burt Company in New York in the late 19th century comprising of "The Pilot - A Tale of the Sea" by J. Fenimore Cooper, "The Pioneers or The Sources of the Susquehanna - A Descriptive Tale" by James Fenimore Cooper, "The Prarie - A Tale" by James Fenimore Cooper, "Ninety-Three" by Victor Hugo, "Don Quixote de la Mancha, Translated from the Spanish of Miguel Cervantes Saavedra", "Eight Hundred Leagues of the Amazon, Part 1 and Part 2" by Jules Verne, "The Tour of the World in Eighty Days" by Jules Verne, and "Treasure Island - A Story of the Spanish Main" by Robert Louis Stevenson. A collection of classic works published in 1981 by The Franklin Library in Franklin, Pennsylvana comprising of "William Shakespeare Selected Plays" with illustrations by Henry Fuseli, "Canterbury Tales" by Geoffrey Chaucer" in contemporary verse by J. U. Nicholson with woodcuts of William Caxton, "Don Quixote de la Mancha" by Miguel de Cervantes with the illustrations of Jose and Luis Jiminez y Aranda, "Anton Chekhov Greatest Plays" translated by Elisaveta Fen and illustrated by Stan Hunter, and "The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe" by Daniel Defoe with the woodcuts of Pierre Falke. "Waverley Novels Volume XXII - Kenilworth" by Sir Walter Scott, published in Edinburgh in 1831 by Robert Cadell; "Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night' or 'What You Will'" edited by William J. Rolfe, published by American Book Company in 1904; "Felix Holt, The Radical" by George Eliot, published by William Blackwood and Sons in London and Edinburgh; "Stanley Brereton" by William Harrison Ainsworth, published in London by George Routledge and Sons; "The Tower of London, An Historical Romance" by William Harrison Ainsworth, published in London by George Routledge and Sons; "The Essays of Elia" by Charles Lamb, published in 1822 in London and New York by Ward, Lock and Co.; "Hard Times, Pictures from Italy, and Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens with eight illustrations, published in London by Chapman & Hall, Limited; "Richelieu" by G.P.R. James and illustrated by Paul Hardy, published in London and Glasgow by Collins' Clear-Type Press; "Die Deutsche Tragodie Von Lessing Bis Hebbel" by Benno Von Wiese, published in 1948 by Hoffmann Und Campe Verlag in Hamburg; "Selections from Ovid with an Introduction, Notes, and Vocabulary" by Francis W. Kelsey, published in 1890 by Allyn and Bacon in Boston and Chicago; "Tom Burke of 'Ours'" by Charles Lever with numerous illustrations by H.K. Browne, published in Dublin in 1844 by William Curry, Jun. and Company; and "Sixteen Famous European Plays compiled by Bennett A. Cerf and Van H. Cartmell" published by Garden City Publishing Co. Inc in Garden City, NY in 1943. Ahlers & Ogletree Auction Gallery

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