Amid various auctions occurring around the globe, a three-day auction, the Marine & Beyond offered by Thomaston Place Auction is definitely amongst the ones to watch out for. The first day of the auction makes its mark for presenting its unique curation of folk art, fine art and country furniture. A finely painted Andrew Newell Wyeth from 1948 is an ink and watercolor on paper, depicting a pile of chopped wood at a farm. Furthermore, increasing the auction’s value, with its presence, is a Native American chief archer weathervane. It is a gilt copper figure standing tall over a large copper arrow.
Lot Categories:Automobiles, Boats & Airplanes (16), Collectibles (34), Decorative Art (4), Dolls, Bears & Toys (6), Fine Art (216), Furniture (80)
# of Lots:356
Price Range:$300 - $75,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|ANDREW NEWELL WYETH (PA/ME, 1917-2009)||
|DAHLOV IPCAR (ME/VT, 1917-2017)||
|FRAMED 1894 MAINE STATE FAIR BROADSIDE POSTER||
|INDIAN CHIEF ARCHER WEATHERVANE, GILT COPPER, PROBABLY BY MOTT||
|APOTHECARY CABINET WITH MULTI DRAWERS||
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