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2 AMERICAN ART SALES SALES HELD IN JANUARY, 1925 [[3 column table]] Auction Gallery and dates | Sales Total | Itemized on page AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION: January 7, 8, 9, 10, Paintings and sculpture together with the furnishings of the city residence of Thomas B. Clarke | $103,679.00 | 6 January 14, 15, 16, 17 Paintings and sculpture together with the objects of art from the private museum of the late Georges Spitz of Alsace, France | 201,366.00 | 2 January 21, Paintings, sculpture, prints together with early American glass and furniture, the collection of the late Robert Woodward of Philadelphia, Pa | 26,187.00 | 22 January 22, 23, 24, Sculpture together with antique objects of art, the collection of Robert W. Paterson | 58,132.00* | 12 January 23, One hundred and two modern paintings of the French and American schools from the collections of the late Dr. George M. Minor, the late Joseph H. White and from other private sources | 24,010.00 | 20 January 29, 30, 31, Paintings and sculpture together with objects of art, Italian furniture and textiles collected by Chevalier Raoul Tolentino of Rome | 150,038.00* | 13 ANDERSON GALLERIES: January 6, Currier and Ives lithographs, the collection of Dr. W. E. P. Hewitt, Pine Plains, N. Y. | 3,559.00 | 7 January 7, 8, Marine and naval paintings and prints together with ship models and relics, the collection of Nelson Dawson, Part II. | 25,859.50* | 8 January 8, Paintings together with American antiques, the collection of the late Frank H. Reeve of Camden, New Jersey, with additions from other sources | 11,416.00 | 22 January 9, Naval and marine prints and paintings from the collection of the Hon. Franklin D. Roosevelt of New York | 4,537.00 | 10 January 14, One hundred and sixty-six Japanese color prints, the collection of Professor John Getz | 1,311.50 | 6 January 16, 17, Early American pictures together with early American furniture and embellishments, including selections from the collection of John Brenton Copp of Mystic, Conn. | 29,008.00 | 5 January 15, Lithographs and aquatints, the collection of William H. Johnson of Haverhill, Mass.; William E. Torrey of Dennysville, Maine | 2,545.00 | 6 January 19, 20, 21, Chinese sculpture together with other Chinese antiquities, the collection of Mar Chang Kee, of Shanghai, China, and a series of 50 porcelains and snuff bottles from the collection of W. H. Sheehy of New YOrk | 9,131.25* | 5 January 23, 24, Paintings and sculpture together with furniture and objects of art from the estate of Julia Chester Wells, of New York, with additions from the other owners | 18,881.50 | 7 January 29, 30, The print collection of Arthur Davison Ficke. | 31,725.00 | 14 FREEMAN GALLERIES, Philadelphia, Pa.: January 28, 29, One hundred and thirty-six paintings of the American and European schools from the collections of the late Senator George T. Oliver, Pittsburgh, Pa.; John M. Bonham, York, Pa; James Boyd, Harrisburg, Pa.; and from other sources | | 23 [[/3 column table]]
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