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6 AMERICAN ART SALES

GETZ-- 166 Japanese color prints, the collection of Professor John Getz. Sold for $1,311.50; Anderson Galleries, January 14, 1925.

Harunobu, Susuki; 1720-1770, Japanese
142. A Young Maiden on a Veranda ... $36
Hiroshige, Ichiryusai; 1797-1858, Japanese
115. A Huge Eagle Flying ... 27
Yeishi, Hosoda Chobunsai; 1760-1829, Japanese
133. A Group of Young Ladies ... 31

A.G.-- Lithographs and aquatints the collections of William H. Johnson, of Haverhill, Mass.; William E. Torrey, of Dennysville, Maine. Sold for $2,545.00; Anderson Galleries, January 15, 1925.

Bennett, W.J.; 1787-1844, British
31. View of the New York Quarantine, Staten Island (col. acquatint) ... $330
40. Trenton Falls (col. aquatint) ... 30
41. West Point from Phillipstown (col. aquatint) ... 135
Currier & Ives
26. Autumn on Lake George (lithograph) ... 25
51. Clipper Ship in a Snow Squall (lithograph) ... 30
53. A Home in the Wilderness (lithograph) ... 30
57. Harvest (lithograph) ... 27
59. The Season of Love (lithograph) ... 31
66. The Sleigh Race (lithograph) ... 40
111. Portrait of Hon. Abraham Lincoln (lithograph in col.) 155
113. Hon. Abraham Lincoln, Our Next President (lithograph in col.) ... 47
Currier, N.; Contemporary, American
34. The High Bridge at Harlem, N.Y. (lithograph) ... 26
46. U.S. Frigate "Constitution" ... 47
47. The "Constitution" and "Guerrière" ... 75
Palmer, F.F.
64. American Winter Scenes: Evening ... 100
Ritchie, A.H.
178. First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation (mezzotint, p.b.l., after F.B. Carpenter) ... 30
Unknown
23. Chicago As It Was (lithograph) ... 25

CLARKE--Paintings and sculptor together with the furnishings of the city residence of Thomas B. Clarke. Sold for $103,679.00; American Art Association, January 7, 8, 9 and 10, 1925.

PAINTINGS

Chinese School
283. A Pair of Peacocks (kakemono, 58x31) ... $210
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