James D. Julia

James D. Julia is one of the top ten antique auctions houses in the US and is headquartered in Fairfield, Maine. The company also has an office in Woburn Massachusetts. They have been in business for over 40 years and conduct high-end antique, collectible and decorative arts auctions throughout the year.

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Two world-class collections of militaria at Cowan's
Two world-class collections will be going under the gavel at Cowan's Auctions in their Historic Firearms and Early Militaria auction on 3rd- 5th November.

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BENJAMIN CHAMPNEY (American, 1817-1907) "VIEW TOWARDS WHITE MOUNTAINS
Oil on Academy Board. Housed in a period, possibly original decorated gilt frame. Signed likely lower left under rock "B C 67 (?)" SIZE: 6" x 10". Overall: 11-1/2" x 15-1/4" CONDITION: Very good. 50753-11 James D. Julia
CARVED AND PAINTED WOOD AND METAL BLUEJAY
Painted tin wings affixed to top of wood back, simple wire leg stand. James D. Julia
DAUM THREE CORNERED BOWL
Outstanding Daum shallow bowl has triangular shaped with rounded corners and is done in mottled yellow with three patches of mottled pink and center color of red-brown with patches of green. Applied to top of bowl is a brilliant green cabochon insect with legs carved into face of bowl. Signed on front with engraved signature "Daum Nancy" with Cross of Lorraine also signed on backside "Daum Nancy France". James D. Julia
GERMAN DOLL'S TOWNHOUSE.
GERMAN DOLL'S TOWNHOUSE. This attractive two story German dolls' house of cream colored bricks with dark green shutters and red roof was made by the Moritz Reichel Company in the 1930s. It opens from the front to reveal one large room with original wallpapers. It is missing a floor in the middle which would make this a two room house. All paint surfaces appear to be original. SIZE: 23" l x 28-1/2" h x 15" d. CONDITION: Overall generally good. Front hinged facade is currently detached and vertical crack on left side. 1-8464 (300-600) James D. Julia
ALLEN & WHEELOCK CENTER HAMMER ARMY REVOLVER.
SN 69. Cal. 44. 7-1/2" half-rnd half-oct bbl. Blue finish. 2-pc varnish walnut grips. Bbl shows "Allen & Wheelock Worcester, Mass. U.S. Allen's pt's. Jan. 13, 1857 December 15, 1857 and Sept. 7, 1858". SN appears on left inside of grip strap, on rear face of cyl. Left grip shows number 69. Right grip shows number 199. PROVENANCE: Collection of Daniel C. Scott. CONDITION: Very good. Bbl retains traces of bright blue in protected areas with the balance turning a gray-brown patina. Brass front-sight has a mustard-brown patina. Bbl mark is sharp. Frame retains 50% bright blue overall, blending into a silver-gray patina with very little roughness. Cyl shows 50-60% blue finish, blending with a pleasing plumb-brown patina. Hammer shows traces of case color. Grips retain most of orig varnish finish. Right grip is somewhat battered with a chip out of the heel, and is not orig to this gun. This is a civilian issue revolver made circa 1861-62 with a total quantity estimated at about 700, however, from the frequency of which this piece appears, it would seem that considerably more were made. 50709-7 TEP James D. Julia
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James D. Julia
203 Skowhegan Rd.
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