Sir Robert F. Marx was best known for his scuba diving and marine archeology expertise. He discovered over 5,000 shipwrecks over his career. His first was the SS Winfield Scott in California, which he traded for gold coins. Several lots featuring artifacts from Marx’s estate are available in the upcoming Marion Antique Auctions sale. Particularly highlighted is an ancient Roman amphora vase, possibly from 200 to 300 CE. It features two handles and sits on a wooden stand. The piece, like other lots from the same provenance, appears to be from a shipwreck.
A three-volume set of History of the Indian Tribes of North America is also part of the sale. These books were respectively published in 1848, 1849, and 1850. 120 portraits by Thomas McKenney and James Hall are featured in this first Octavo edition. The auction will also showcase paintings, American furniture, whaling era instruments, weapons, jewelry, decor, and more. Visit Bidsquare to register to bid or view the entire catalog.
# of Lots:504
Price Range:$50 - $8,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Ancient Roman Amphora Vase, Possibly 200-300 Ad||
|History Of The Indian Tribes Of North America, 1st Octavo Edition||
|Leon Kroll (1884-1974, Ny, Nm, Europe) Oil On Canvas||
|Large Lot Of Gorham Sterling Flatware In The Melrose Pattern||
|Late 19th Century Continental Bronze Sculpture||
- 20th Century
- American Indian & Ethnographic
- Asian Works Of Art
- Couture & Textiles
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Watches & Clocks
- 19th century
- James Hall
- Leon Kroll
- Robert F Marx
- Thomas Mckenney
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