John Moran Auctioneers
John Moran Auctioneers is a family-owned and operated company founded in 1969. John Moran Auctioneers offers quality art and antiques from estates and private collections to buyers around the globe. The auction house have set sale records in many specialty markets, particularly in California & American Paintings. In 2001, John Moran became the first auctioneer in the world to sell a California painting in excess of one million dollars.
John Moran Auctioneers remains a family-owned and operated company that values tradition while keeping abreast of the latest advancements in technology, marketing and online bidding. Moran’s is dedicated to providing the highest level of service and professional standards in the business to buyers and to sellers, trustees and executors seeking appraisal and disposition of antiques, fine art, quality furnishings and jewelry at auction.
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- William Franklin Jackson (1850-1936 Sacramento, CA)
- ''California Poppies and Lupine, Foothills of Sierras, with Glimpse of Sacramento Valley'', oil on canvas, 16'' H x 22'' W, est: $10,000/15,000\nsigned lower right: W.F. Jackson, signed again, titled and inscribed verso. Provenance: Private Collection, Pasadena, CA. Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Craquelure localized to the sky. Stretcher bar creases along the four edges. Blacklight: Small spots of touch-up throughout the sky. A few spots of touch-up right center. John Moran Auctioneers
- Milford Zornes N.A (1908-2008 Claremont, CA)
- ''The Santa Clara Near Saugus'', oil on Arches paper laid to artist's board, 21.5'' H x 29.5'' W, est: $1000/2000\nsigned and dated twice lower right: Zornes 41, signed and dated again and titled verso. Exhibited: Foundation of Western Art, Los Angeles, CA, n.d. (see verso label). Provenance: Private Collection, North Carolina, acquired circa 1960s; by descent in the family to the present owner. Condition: Visual: A small area of tiny scattered losses in the lower left and a few other scattered spots of loss in the center. Discolored varnish. Blacklight: No evidence of restoration under blacklight. AS-IS. ALL SALES FINAL. John Moran Auctioneers
- An Art Deco dining table
- Second quarter 20th century, apparently unsigned, stamped to underside edge ''7538'', in the manner of Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann (1879-1933 French), of burl and mahogany with oak secondary wood, the beveled rectangular top raised on a cast metal hammered-finish inverted-arch support surmounting a stepped and beveled rectangular wooden plinth, 30'' H x 79'' W x 40.5'' D, est: $4000/6000\nNote: Refinished 1989 by L G Antique Restoration, Los Angeles, CA. Provenance: The Estate of Dr. Paul E. Keith III, Las Vegas, NV. Condition: Overall good condition, with general marks, wear and pitting to table top commensurate with age and use. Scattered scratches to surface, the largest 13'' and 9'' long. Previously refinished, as stated. With more extensive wear to feet, including an approximately 1'' x 1'' shallow loss to veneer at top corner of one foot. John Moran Auctioneers
- A $20 US gold coin
- 1897, Liberty double eagle, 33.4 gms, est: $1000/1500\nCondition: EF. Good luster. Scratches to high points. Edges with numerous dings. John Moran Auctioneers
- Pair covered porcelain urns on stands, C.G. Schierholz & Sohn
- Circa turn of the century, Plaue, Germany, each with blue overglaze ''hash'' mark to underside of base for C.G. Schierholz & Sohn (1865 - 1911), each with a circular, lobed cover with onion-shaped finial surmounting the pulled ovoid body flanked by pierced and reticulated scroll handles, decorated throughout with gilt scroll highlights, applied polychrome floral sprays and scenes of courting couples to reserves on one face, raised on a conformingly decorated lobed circular base, 2 pieces, each: 43'' H x 13'' Dia., est: $4000/6000\nProvenance: Private Collection, Los Angeles, CA. Condition: Overall good condition. Extensive rubbing to gold highlights. Each urn and base fastened together via a centrally-drilled screw and nut. An approximately .75'' chip to foot of one urn. John Moran Auctioneers
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