The latest auction from Pook & Pook includes a broad selection of fine art, jewelry, collectibles, posters, and more. Of the art in the sale is an Impressionist landscape piece. Though the auction house does not indicate that the artist is known, the signature “G. Inness” may indicate that it is the work of George Inness, an American landscape painter from Newburgh, New York. In his mature work, he was best known for pieces leaning toward the Tonalist movement, but he was also influenced by the Hudson River School, the Barbizon school, and the theology of Emanuel Swedenborg. The painting is heavily varnished and is a likely candidate for restoration.
Leading the manufactured goods in the auction is a set of two tabletop jukebox music selectors from the Seeburg Corporation. At one time, they were one of the big four coin-op phonograph companies with AMI, Wurlitzer, and Rock-Ola. When they were still popular items at soda-shops and restaurants, the Seeburg name was synonymous with jukeboxes. Other items in the sale include diamond and platinum jewelry, an oak watch-makers chest from Swartchild & Co., a Dodgem bumper car advertisement, and more. View any of these lots and register to bid on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:300
Price Range:$20 - $5,000
Interesting lots include:
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|Platinum and Diamond Ring|| Estimate: |
|Swartchild & Co. Chicago Oak Watchmakers Chest|| Estimate: |
|Oil on Canvas Impressionist Landscape|| Estimate: |
|Two Seeburg Diner Table Top Jukeboxes|| Estimate: |
|Dodgem bumper car advertisement|| Estimate: |