Notable Sales

These are examples of items we have brokered. Important and valuable objects need attention from specialists. We go beyond researching value to researchi ng where to find those potential clients that will want your item. The results speak for themselves.

The Massachusetts Magazine

George Washingtons personal copy of The Massachusetts Magazine Vol 1 - 1789 (including signature and bookplate) chronicling his inauguration...

Sold for $138,000.
Sterling Tea Service

Samuel Kirk & Son repousse sterling silver tea service, 6 pieces, comprised of a swing kettle on stand with burner, coffee pot, tea pot, creamer, covered sugar bowl with lion mask and ring handles and tea strainer. Each piece of baluster form with flared lip, and footed base, all with chased and engr aved floral repousse decoration in high relief and feathered edges, the domed covers with figural grapevine cluster finials. Kettle, tea and coffee pot with carved ivory insulators, sugar bowl with lion mask handles. Each piece marked on the base "S. Kirk & Son Co., 925/1000."

Sold for $11,000.
36-Sar Flag

Civil War era American hand-sewn 36-star flag. Descended in the family of Charles Harrod Boyd, who served on General George H. Thomas staff as Ca ptain of the Topographical Engineers, Army of the Cumberland.

Sold for $5,500.
Oil on Canvas

Victor Anderson oil on canvas titled "Barn Swallow - Children Playing in Hay Loft", circa 1935. Depicting children swinging from the rafters of a barn onto the hay below, signed lower right, Victor C. Anderson. Likely housed in the original molded gilt wood frame, attributed to Newcomb Macklin. Monge rson Wunderlich Galleries, Chicago label en verso, lower left.

Sold for $33,600.