Goldberg Coins and Collectibles

Sale 99

The July 8-9, 2017 Manuscript, Space, Collectibles & Stamp Auction

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Lot 423
18th Century Unfinished Worcester Porcelain Over 25 Pieces, Rare. An unusual collection of 18th century, unfinished, Worcester porcelain in it early stages of first firing and painting. Yet in their own way quite beautiful and in exceptional condition. In this lot are five small cups, 8 round teacups 9 small scalloped edged plates 5¼" in diameter, a tea pot with original lid, a creamer 4" tall, a 3 x 6 x 6" bowl, a nut tray 5¾" in diameter and an 8" in diameter serving bowl. All pieces have the crescent moon mark. We note no chips or cracks on any of the pieces. A fantastic find for collectors. Estimate Value $600 - 1,000
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Lot 424
Collection of Gaudy Dutch 8 Cups & 8 Saucers, Single Rose Pattern ca. 1820. Gaudy Dutch pottery was made in England for the American market from about 1810 to 1820. It is a white earthenware with Imari-style decorations of red, blue, green, yellow, and black inspired by Japanese Imari Pottery. Only sixteen patterns of Gaudy Dutch were made. Offering a fine collection of 8 cups and 8 saucers in the "Single Rose" pattern. Overall these 16 pieces are in very good to fine condition. None have cracks or repairs. Some have no issues whatsoever. And some have tiny flea bites around edges and tiny flecks and discoloration. Cups 2½ x 3½ x 3½". Saucers 5½". A fantastic collection nearly 200 years old that would take years to build. Estimate Value $500 - 800
From A Prominent Pennsylvania Estate.
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Lot 425
Rare First Period Worcester Teapots, Milk Jug & Bowl in Chinoisiere Patterns. 18th Century Worcester (Dr. Wall design team) in a variety of rare Chinoiserie patterns. 3 teapots each about 5½ x 5 x 5". The first teapot is an exceptionally rare pattern of a Chinese family and interior and is absolutely charming with wonderful details and in superior condition with no chips, cracks or repairs, unmarked and an absolute find. PLEASE NOTE THE LID, WHILE VERY SIMILAR IN TRIM DESIGN WE WERE TOLD IS NOT THE EXACT MATCH. The second teapot in only blues and oranges is another rare design with cross hatch crescent mark. We detect some minor flea bites at base, floral knob on lid professionally repaired and tiny glaze fissure inside tip of spout. Third teapot boasts another serene scene of a Chinese family, again an evidently very scarce pattern, unmarked. Some fading/wear to design and knob on lid missing. Complimenting the teapots is a bowl decorated with a serene and humble Chinese garden 3 x 6¼ x 6¼", very rare and in superior condition with only some wear to the floral art inside bottom of bowl, boasting no chips, cracks or repairs. Finally a milk jug in yet another very scarce pattern, slight repair to spout and handle. In spite of the minor condition issues, again all pieces quite rare. Estimate Value $400 - 600
From A Prominent Pennsylvania Estate.
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Lot 426
Rare Worcester Dr. Wall Porcelain in Chinoiserie Milk Jug, Tea Bowl & Saucer ca. 1760. 18th Century Worcester (Dr. Wall design team) porcelain cup, saucer and milk jug in rare Chinoiserie pattern. All three pieces in superior condition with hatched crescent mark under glaze. Jug is 4 x 2½ x 2½", tea bowl 2 x 3 x 3" and saucer 5" x 5". Beautiful condition and evidently quite a rare pattern. Estimate Value $300 - 500
From A Prominent Pennsylvania Estate.
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