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A Coy-Krupp Sale

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Dec 10
10am to 4pm
Dec 11
11am to 2pm

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A Coy-Krupp Sale

Highland Park 

Saturday December 10th  *  10:00 am to 4:00 pm  *  numbers at 9:30

Sunday December 11th  *  11:00 am to 2:00 pm


Stylish Collector with a Great Eye and the Photos Show Only the Tip of the Iceberg


Property to be sold includes the following:  Wonderful etched mirrored coffee table; Two 18th Century French portraits from the C. D. Peacock Estate; Lalique stemware and vases, Baccarat stemware and vases; Unusual firescreen with applied brass ducks from the Florsheim Estate; Ebonized wood coffee table with rolled arms; George III Scottish mahogany tall case clock; Aesthetic Revival silver plated tazza; Victorian white onyx mantle clock; A great collection of house, garden, art and design books; Victorian silver plated palm tree decoration; A large and impressive collection of shadow boxes by Narcissa Ward Thone including pencil holders, waste baskets and rooms; Three Bes Ben hats; Empire style white painted and gilded mirror; Plaster cast of a portion of the Elgin marbles; Continental nickel plated set of a dozen animal form knife rests, 1925; Large scale French poster for Camp Romain wine; Pair of Hepplewhite style ebonized open armchairs with gilded splat highlights; Great looking dining table with silver leafed oval top on outswept legs; Chairs from J. Robert Scott; French pate sur pate lamp with grasshopper and ant decoration; Mirrored cabinet; Hand painted framed wall paper panel; Great group of fine and costume jewelry including 14 karat gold necklace in form of a knotted scarf with diamond tipped fringe; Chanel, Tiffany and Hermes jewelry; Pair of French bronze candelabras; 19th Century Wedgwood majolica leaf plates; Pair of bamboo form open armchairs; Empire style mahogany and ebonzied wood console and mirror; Terra cotta figural group of child with dog; Pair of small side tables from J. Robert Scott; Whimsical side table in the form of a mahogany dolphin; Pair of very large and impressive gilded mirrors in resin; Side table in the form of 18th Century sailor’s head; Red lacquered Chinese Chippendale form double chair back bench with caned seat; Set of six white painted metal patio chairs with basket weave back and seats; White painted wood garden bench; Continental carved marble bird bath/fountain with shell carved basin; Great pair of white painted iron patio chairs; Large and wonderful pair of glazed terra cotta urns; Three sections of iron fencing; Bamboo form patio table; large amount of great looking glass, crystal, china, holiday decorations, candles, linens, clothes, kitchenwares and much much more!


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