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Antique Japanese blown glass ball float
Item# 9545    $550
Antique Japanese blown glass ball float

Antique Japanese blown glass ball float or buoy measures 13 inches across. Signed. Excellent condition.

 
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Antique maritime oil painting by Tom Seymour c1880
Item# 9480    $3900
Antique maritime oil painting by Tom Seymour c1880

Antique maritime oil painting by Tom Seymour circa 1880. Archetypal harbour scene with wharf, tall masted ships, and various tradespeople. The frame, which is of the period if not original, measures 17 x 29 inches; the canvas measures 12 x 24 inches. Very good original condition. Seymour's work comes to the market quite often, as demonstrated by 105 auction listings on artprice.com, 40 on findartinfo.com and 17 on artnet.com. His works are regularly featured in Hislop's Guide to the UK Art Market.

 
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John Cuthbert Hare martime oil painting on canvas ships at port c1950
Item# 9371    $1750
John Cuthbert Hare martime oil painting on canvas ships at port c1950

John Cuthbert Hare maritime oil on canvas depicting ships at port in Gloucester, MA, harbor circa 1950. Excellent condition, signed John Hare lower right. The original frame measures 28 x 44 inches and the painting measures 19 x 35.5 inches. John Hare (1908-1978) was a well known artist in Provincetown, MA, Gloucester, MA, and St. Augustine, FL. Known as the dean of watercolorists on Cape Cod, his works have lately become highly coveted. He resided in St. Augustine during the late thirties and was a member of the St. Augustine Art Club. The artist depicts perfectly a quiet Gloucester morning with misty fog lifting off the water. If you wish to browse our entire available inventory please go to OneofaKindAntiques.com. We also offer a consultation service AntiquesConsultant.com, ... as well as an online price guide at PriceMyItem.com. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut please add the CT state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes, tariffs or customs that might apply.

 
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Etching of General Wiliam Dalrymple Robert Dighton c1804
Item# 9058    $345
Etching of General Wiliam Dalrymple Robert Dighton c1804

The original frame measures 12 x 15 inches and the print itself 8.5 x 11.5 inches. Laid down on paper. General William Dalrymple, 1735-1807, Col. of the 47th Foot and Lt.-Governor of Chelsea Hospital, father of the 7th Earl of Stair. Below the title: 'Taken on the Steyne at Brighton.' A very obese man stands in profile to the right., his hands behind him with a meditative expression. He wears old-fashioned dress, with round, broad-brimmed hat, and buckled shoes. 1 January 1804 Drawn by and published by Robert Dighton hand-coloured etching, published London: Published by Robert Dighton, Charg. Cross, Engraving with added hand-colour. Printed on watermarked laid paper. Name of subjects inscribed in contemporary script on bottom of image. pretty perfectHe was educated at Glasgow University 1749. In 1752 he joined the British Army, becoming an ensign in the 52nd Regiment of Foot. He became a lieutenant in 1759 and a captain (in the 91st Regiment of Foot) from 1760. By 1762 he was a major, and served in the campaign against the Spanish invasion of Portugal (1762). After a period on half pay in 1763, he was appointed to the 14th Regiment of Foot in 1764. He was promoted to lieutenant colonel in 1765. Between 1766 and 1768, Dalrymple was in Halifax, Nova Scotia. In 1768, he was placed in command of a detachment of two regiments sent to Boston, Massachusetts, to support embattled royal officials who were having trouble enforcing the unpopular Townshend Acts. Troops in his command (although he was not directly involved) were involved in the Boston Massacre, in which five civilians were killed when those troops fired into a crowd. Amid continuing hostility, Dalrymple acceded to the request of Acting Governor Thomas Hutchinson to remove his troops to Castle William, an island fortress in Boston harbour. In 1772-1773 Dalrymple received a local promotion to major general and commanded a force which captured the West Indian island of St Vincent. He returned to Britain in 1773. He continued to be in touch with his American Loyalist friends in Boston. He was saddened but not surprised by the Boston Tea Party. After the American War of Independence broke out in 1775, Dalrymple returned to North America. He served as quartermaster general 1779-1783. He was promoted to brigadier general (1779) and then major general (1782). After the end of the war Dalrymple was attacked for alleged corruption, but General William Howe stoutly defended his former subordinate and the allegations were dropped. Dalrymple then went into politics. He represented Wigtown Burghs in the British House of Commons from 1784 to 1790. Between 1796 and 1798 he sat for Duleek in the Irish House of Commons. Dalrymple was promoted to lieutenant general 1793 and general 1798.This item is on display in our gallery at BRANFORD ANTIQUES & HOME DESIGN 824 EAST MAIN ST.BRANFORD, CT O6405 203 488-1919 open 7 days. Formerly Clocktower Antiques If you wish to browse our entire available inventory please go to OneofaKindAntiques.com. We also offer a consultation service AntiquesConsultant.com, ... as well as an online price guide at PriceMyItem.com. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut please add the CT state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes, tariffs or customs that might apply.

 
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Maritime photograph the Sarah by N L Stebbins Boston
Item# 8751    $1200
Maritime photograph the Sarah by N L Stebbins Boston

Maritime photograph of the Sarah by Nathaniel Livermore Stebbins, Boston, circa 1890. Albumen photograph, some fading, artist stamped N. L. Stebbins Boston lower left. The frame measures 21 x 17 inches and the photograph measures 8 x 10 inches. Nathaniel Livermore Stebbins (January 9, 1847 - July 10, 1922) was a noted American marine photographer whose surviving photographs document an important era in the development of American maritime activities, as sweeping technological and social changed revolutionized activity on the water, in military, commercial and leisure spheres. In addition to selling prints of his images, he also produced a number of books of nautical images in his lifetime, including an important illustrated coastal guide, which was path-breaking in showing the practical uses for photography. His photography (and, on occasion, writing) also appeared in such well-known magazines as The Rudder and Yachting. Over his working career as a commercial photographer (from 1884 to 1922), he took approximately 25,000 images. Of these, about 60% were of marine subjects (the majority of those being of leisure activities, but many are of military and commercial scenes, a valuable record for historians). The remainder include a wide variety of commercial work, including the theatre, railroads, home interiors, etc. Bio from Wikipedia.com If you wish to browse our entire available inventory please go to OneofaKindAntiques.com. We also offer a consultation service AntiquesConsultant.com, ... as well as an online price guide at PriceMyItem.com. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut please add the CT state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes, tariffs or customs that might apply.

 
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