Charlton Hall Offers Vintage Cars and Antiquities in 92nd Anniversary Auction – Session IApr 01, 2021 10:00 EDT
Founded in 1929 by Charlton Hall Jr., Charlton Hall will celebrate more than nine decades in business with its upcoming 92nd Anniversary auction. The sale includes vintage cars, furniture, guns and firearms, fine art, jewelry, decorative art, and collectibles. One highlighted lot is a vintage 1967 Mercedes-Benz 250SE convertible. The convertible features an automatic transmission, red leather interiors, and an ivory-colored exterior. The vehicle has undergone extensive restorations and includes wood panel accents.
A rare Parker Bros. 20-gauge hammerless shotgun is presented alongside other antiquities. Made around 1919, this top lever shotgun features engraved scrolling designs and sporting dogs. Master gunsmith Mr. Jim Kelley of Darlington Gunworks fully restored the piece to its original specifications. A painting by Edouard Léon Cortes titled Théâtre Du Vaudeville is available as well. The provenance of this oil on canvas can be dated back to 1963, when it was purchased from Findlay Galleries, Inc. in Chicago. Bidders can view the entire catalog or register online by visiting Charlton Hall.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (83), Furniture (115), Collectibles (107), Jewelry (43)
# of Lots:377
Price Range:$100- $55,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Vintage 1967 Mercedes-Benz 250SE Convertible|| Estimate: |
|Rare One-Off Parker CHE Grade 20 Ga. SxS Hammerless Shotgun|| Estimate: |
|Edouard Leon Cortes (French, 1882-1969) THEATRE DU VAUDEVILLE|| Estimate: |
|Ceylon Blue Sapphire and Diamond Ring|| Estimate: |
|Louis XVI Style Bronze-Mounted Marquetry and Marble Commode|| Estimate: |