Scabbards, Tiffany Table Lamps, Decorative Bowls, and More From Thomaston Place Auction GalleriesNov 14, 2021 11:00 EST
Colonel Francis E. Heath, Commander of the 19th Maine Volunteer Infantry, carried a sword with him into the Battle of Gettysburg. This sword features brass gilt fittings, a shagreen grip, engravings of patriotic scenes on the scabbard, and Heath’s initials on the hilt. The finely etched blade is marked “Iron Cutter: Schuler, Hartley & Graham, New York.” This sword, along with a copy of Heath’s report of the Gettysburg Campaign, is currently up for bid in the Autumn Majestic auction from Thomaston Place Auction Galleries.
The sale includes many pieces of 20th century decorative and fine artwork, furniture, collectibles. Among the decorative art items is a large Caldwell Roman Revival centerpiece with a turned Rouge du Roi marble bowl and gilt figures of kneeling satyrs. There is also a Tiffany Studios table lamp that remained in the same family since its original purchase as a wedding gift in 1910. Beyond collectibles and décor, there are also pianos, diamond jewelry pieces, carved figures and statuary, tableware, furniture, paintings, and more. View any of these lots and register to bid on Bidsquare.
# of Lots:491
Price Range:$200 - $150,000
Interesting lots include:
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|Caldwell Roman Revival Gilded Bronze and Rouge Marble Font|| Estimate: |
|Tiffany Studios Bronze Table Lamp with Shade|| Estimate: |
|Bluthner Kaiser Wilhelm II Parlour Grand Piano|| Estimate: |
|Diamond Art Deco Ring|| Estimate: |
|Civil War Sword & Scabbard|| Estimate: |