Turner Auctions + Appraisals is pleased to present the Fine Mélange Auction on Saturday, July 25, 2020, featuring 185 lots from the 18th-20th centuries of artworks, posters and lithographs from World Wars I and II, decorative arts, books, and ocean liner memorabilia.
Lot 108, John Gould, Harpyopsis Novae-Guineae, (Harpy Eagle), Lithograph, 1830-1888; Estimate $700-900
The timed sale, open now for bidding, continues through July 25. Art for sale includes paintings by Douglas Bond, Bertha E. S. Lee, and James Swinnerton; and works on paper by Antoine-Ignace Melling and John Webber, plus bird prints by John Gould and Robert Mitford. From World Wars I and II are original, French and American posters; lithographs by Lucien Hector Jonas; and newspaper flonges. The wide selection of decorative arts includes a Herend teapot, Royal Doulton plates, pieces from Meissen and Dresden, Lladro figurines, a Wedgwood vase, boxes, and much more. Among the decorative arts from China are vases, teapots, a jade bowl, porcelain pieces, and 19th-century paintings. The diverse selection of antique and vintage books are mostly in English or French. Completing the sale are a large model of USS Mahan (DLG-11), two Buddhas, two Continental nodders, and memorabilia from United States Lines.
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