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24       AMERICAN ART SALES 

Doros, Max
25.  Afternoon (29x39½) - 80

Dupre, Jules; 1811-1889, French
113.  Landscape (18x21½)3600

Epp, Rudolph, 1834-[[blank for year]], German 
48.  Feeding Pussy (25½x19½) - 140
56.  Children (47x33) - 280

Escotura, Leon
21.  Mary Stuart (16x23) - 90

Etiorbet
123.  Old Dutch Guild (24x29) - 60

Flemish School
69.  Mythologial Subject (15x20) - 55

Gerard, Theodore; 1829-1902, Belgium
17.  When I Say Three (19½x15½) - 52

Gioja, B.
15.  A Chinese Art Gallery (24x29) - 100

Glass, James A.
38.  A March of Puritan Cavalry (10x14)50

Goubie, Jean Richard; 1842-1899, French
80.  The Equestrians (13x16) - 90

Harnett, W. M.; 1851-[[space for year]], American
77.  Still Life--A Bunch of Asparagus (17x14) - 52

Harpignies, Henri; 1819-1916, French
100.  Landscape (18x15) - 75

Harrison, Alexander; 1853-[[space for year]], American
44.  Afternoon (24x36) - 125
94.  The Ocean (19¾x38½) - 200

Hart, James M.; 1828-1901, American
54.  Landscape (33x24) - 190

Henner, Jean Jacques; 1829-1905, French
103.  Ideal Head (14x10½) - 575

Herrmann, Leo; 1838-1907, French
36.  Morning News (11x14) - 60

Hubner, Carl; 1814-1879, German
57.  The Peasants' Repast (48x62) - 250

Jacque, Charles Emile; 1813-1894, French
112.  Morning (12½x18) - 1625
115.  Sheep Cote (17x28) - 150

Jacquet, G.; 1846-1909, French
84.  Bust of a Woman (12x10) - 100

Jones, H. Bolton; 1848-[[space for year]], American 
98.  American Landscape (21x16) - 160

Knaus, Ludwig; 1829-1910, German
106.  A Thief at the Fair (25x33) - 700

Knight, Daniel Ridgway; 1846-[[space for year]], American
90. French Peasantry (20x27) - 210

Lazerges, Paul; 1845-1902, French
64. Caravan at Rest (59x79) - 100

Madrazo, Don Raimundo de; 1841-1920, Spanish
47.  Vanity (32x23½) - 100

Magnus, Eduard
89.  A Path Through the Woods (18¼x22) - 175

Marchetti, L.; 1852-[[space for year]], Italian
31.  A Spanish Wine Cellar (12x18) - 85

Merle, Hugues; 1823-1881, French
55.  Sympathy (61x45) - 100

Meyer von Bremen, Jehan Georg; 1813-1886, German
53.  Knitting (20½x13½) - 510
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