Rare String Rotary Valve Trombone by Boston Musical Mfg. Co. Horn is in excellent condition.
S shaped Alto Horn patented by L. Schreiber around1 1875. Good condition except for strings. Length 119 inches, tip of bell to bottom. Bell is 8 inches. Original MP.
Over the head Centennial model Tenor Horn by Lenhert c.1875. Good condition except intact valve section needs re-attachment.
Sterling Silver Medicine Spoons by Blackinton, c. 1900. Fully marked. Perfect condition and in their own case. Closed, 3 1/2 inches. Open, 6 1/2 inches.
Bearing the hallmarks of noted London silversmith Thomas Chawner, this heavyweight meat skewer was made in 1777. It it is fine condition, with only minor signs of use. Rare today, such skewers are usually displayed on desks as paperweights and letter-openers, rather than for holding a cut of meat in place for dressing it.
This wonderful clock is believed to date from the Empire period and features a gilt and patinated bronze figure with stag, its original hand-painted decorations, and cast bronze mounts including griffins, urns and plaques. Condition of the movement is unknown. This clock most recently came from an Italian auction house, but we have no further details on provenance.
This New England ash burl bowl is not only powerful in its grace and appeal but is signed with hills and arrows. It is solid condition and measures approximately 14 inches in diameter and 5-1/4 inches in height. Late Seventeenth to early Eighteenth Centuries.
This French Empire mantle clock features a cherub on chariot pulled by two horses, plus frieze decorated with neoclassical scenes, and its original pendulum and undamaged porcelain clock face. Movement is working but we cannot verify its reliability or accuracy, and we have no key. Measures 48.9 by 46.4 by 14.6 cm (19.3" by 18.3" by 5.8").
Single French Horn by Winter & Schoner, Linz c.1860. Good to very good condition. Valves work. Minimal denting. No case.
Single French Horn by A. Rompone Ditte Runite, Plaza n18c, Premato Stabil, B. Cazzanie, Milano, Esportrzione Mondials, Itaoly. Rotary valves. Bell joint dented but restorable. Original Mouth piece.
Civil war period inlaid Fretless 5 string Banjo with Eagle Brackets only 24 1/2 inches long. Set up, and in excellent condition.
An early, Square head 5 string Banjo with all original square tapered tuning nuts and Ivory tail piece. Strung with gut strings. No tears in the head. Set up and rady to play.
An early, Home made 5 string fretless Banjo needing restoration.
A small ladies parlor Guitar c.1850. Total length is 29 inches. String length is 19 1/2 inches. Matching tuning pegs. No frets after the 13th. MOP inlay. Very nice perfling. No case.
An unsigned mid 19th Century Parlour Guitar, friction pegs, set up to play. Crack in back, repairable. Length is 34 1/2 inches. No case.
The jarana or jarocha is a guitar-shaped fretted stringed instrument, from the southern region of the state of Veracruz, Mexico. Four courses of double strings.. The strings are usually nylon, although they were gut in the past. The body is somewhat narrower in proportion to a guitar; this is due to its direct lineage from the Spanish baroque guitar of the sixteenth century...
This is a marvelous ladies watch in the half hunter style made out of 14K yellow gold, circa 1890. The watch entails a glass aperture with guilloche pink enamel and indigo roman numerals encompassing it. The back of the watch is decorated with etched floral designs and the inner cover is marked with “ Beard, The Promenade, Cheltenham, Swiss". Made in England, this is a good working watch in its’ original box (2.75”wide by 2.75” long by .75” deep). The watch measures 1.5” in diameter...
An unusual pair of large iron shears with a wonderful surface. Excellent condition and movement. 16 inches long by 5 inches wide.