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  • 4 Asian Bronze Scale Weights & School Bell
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    $100 - $150
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    4 Asian Bronze Scale Weights & School Bell

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    $100 - $150
  • Japanese Telescope and Case
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 2

    Japanese Telescope and Case

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    $100 - $150
  • Balinese Shadow Puppet, Vintage
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    $50 - $75
    Lot 3

    Balinese Shadow Puppet, Vintage

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    $50 - $75
  • Lot of Sterling Silver & Silver Plate
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    $200 - $300
    Lot 4

    Lot of Sterling Silver & Silver Plate

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    $200 - $300
  • Polychromed and Carved Wooden Fruit in Urn
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 5

    Polychromed and Carved Wooden Fruit in Urn

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    $100 - $150
  • Vintage Copper Cookware - Roth Kitchen
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    $200 - $300
    Lot 6

    Vintage Copper Cookware - Roth Kitchen

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    $200 - $300
  • Painted Cast Iron Floral Urn Doorstop
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    $50 - $75
    Lot 7

    Painted Cast Iron Floral Urn Doorstop

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    $50 - $75
  • Two Cast Iron Stamp Presses - Brooklyn and Maine
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 8

    Two Cast Iron Stamp Presses - Brooklyn and Maine

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    $100 - $150
  • Seth Thomas Mahogany Eglomise Clock 1840
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 9

    Seth Thomas Mahogany Eglomise Clock 1840

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    $100 - $150
  • Straw Folk Art Giraffe with Ritz Carlton "Shh..."
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    $50 - $75
    Lot 10

    Straw Folk Art Giraffe with Ritz Carlton "Shh..."

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    $50 - $75
  • Franklin Mint, Boxed "People of Colonial America"
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 11

    Franklin Mint, Boxed "People of Colonial America"

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    $100 - $150
  • Philip Roth's Adirondack Bat - Berra Personal Mode
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 12

    Philip Roth's Adirondack Bat - Berra Personal Mode

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    $100 - $150
  • 4 Cesca-Style Side Chairs - Roth Estate
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    $200 - $300
    Lot 13

    4 Cesca-Style Side Chairs - Roth Estate

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    $200 - $300
  • Sandy Koufax 1963 Topps Base #210 - Philip Roth
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 14

    Sandy Koufax 1963 Topps Base #210 - Philip Roth

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    $100 - $150
  • Modernist Cardboard Architectural Models - Roth
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    $50 - $75
    Lot 15

    Modernist Cardboard Architectural Models - Roth

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    $50 - $75
  • Stereo Component System - Philip Roth
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    $300 - $350
    Lot 16

    Stereo Component System - Philip Roth

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    $300 - $350
  • Philip Roth Black IBM Selectric II  2 of 2
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    $150 - $250
    Lot 17

    Philip Roth Black IBM Selectric II 2 of 2

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    $150 - $250
  • Philip Roth's 1975 Roberts SW Radio - BBC
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 18

    Philip Roth's 1975 Roberts SW Radio - BBC

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    $100 - $150
  • PROTON Model 320 Clock Radio from Master BR
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    $50 - $75
    Lot 19

    PROTON Model 320 Clock Radio from Master BR

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    $50 - $75
  • Philip Roth Black IBM Selectric II  1 of 2
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 20

    Philip Roth Black IBM Selectric II 1 of 2

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    $100 - $150
  • Bang & Olufsen Beo Talk 1200 Phone - Philip Roth
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 21

    Bang & Olufsen Beo Talk 1200 Phone - Philip Roth

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    $100 - $150
  • Philip Roth's Olivetti Lettera 32 with Case
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    $300 - $500
    Lot 22

    Philip Roth's Olivetti Lettera 32 with Case

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    $300 - $500
  • Philip Roth's Samsonite Rolling Suitcase
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 23

    Philip Roth's Samsonite Rolling Suitcase

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    $100 - $150
  • Green Painted Small Wicker Armchair Roth Estate
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    $50 - $75
    Lot 24

    Green Painted Small Wicker Armchair Roth Estate

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    $50 - $75
  • 7 Piece Wicker Patio Suite, Green Cushions
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    $400 - $600
    Lot 25

    7 Piece Wicker Patio Suite, Green Cushions

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    $400 - $600
  • Pair of Green Painted Cement Garden Urns
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 26

    Pair of Green Painted Cement Garden Urns

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    $100 - $150
  • 18th c. French Provincial Walnut Buffet Cabinet
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    $400 - $600
    Lot 27

    18th c. French Provincial Walnut Buffet Cabinet

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    $400 - $600
  • Herman Miller Computer Stand c. 1975
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    $300 - $500
    Lot 28

    Herman Miller Computer Stand c. 1975

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    $300 - $500
  • 19th c. Cherry One Drawer Side Table
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    $50 - $75
    Lot 29

    19th c. Cherry One Drawer Side Table

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    $50 - $75
  • Mahogany Veneered Cottage Chest, Am., 19th c.
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 30

    Mahogany Veneered Cottage Chest, Am., 19th c.

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    $100 - $150
  • Pine 4-Drawer Chest,  American, 19th c.
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 31

    Pine 4-Drawer Chest, American, 19th c.

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    $100 - $150
  • Antique Small Chestnut Side Table, 19th c.
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 32

    Antique Small Chestnut Side Table, 19th c.

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    $100 - $150
  • Welsh Oak Dresser, late 19th-e. 20th c
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    $800 - $1,200
    Lot 33

    Welsh Oak Dresser, late 19th-e. 20th c

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    $800 - $1,200
  • Pale Blue Painted American Pine Chest late 19th
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 34

    Pale Blue Painted American Pine Chest late 19th

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    $100 - $150
  • Victorian Burl Faced Sidelock Chest
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    $200 - $300
    Lot 35

    Victorian Burl Faced Sidelock Chest

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    $200 - $300
  • Regency Mahogany Adjustable Bedside Table, e. 19th
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    $200 - $300
    Lot 36

    Regency Mahogany Adjustable Bedside Table, e. 19th

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    $200 - $300
  • Pair Jacobean-Style Oak Twin Bedsteads
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    $300 - $500
    Lot 37

    Pair Jacobean-Style Oak Twin Bedsteads

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    $300 - $500
  • Antique American Rocker,  Basket Splints
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    $50 - $75
    Lot 38

    Antique American Rocker, Basket Splints

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    $50 - $75
  • Jacobean Style Oak Chest with Carved Frieze
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    $200 - $300
    Lot 39

    Jacobean Style Oak Chest with Carved Frieze

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    $200 - $300
  • Antique American Oak Swivel Armchair, Caned Seat
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    $50 - $75
    Lot 40

    Antique American Oak Swivel Armchair, Caned Seat

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    $50 - $75
  • Antique Oak Library Table, Turned Legs, Stretchers
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    $400 - $600
    Lot 41

    Antique Oak Library Table, Turned Legs, Stretchers

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    $400 - $600
  • Roth Fireplace Screen & Tools
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    $200 - $300
    Lot 42

    Roth Fireplace Screen & Tools

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    $200 - $300
  • Oak Library Table H-Form Stretchers (Smaller of 2)
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    $300 - $500
    Lot 43

    Oak Library Table H-Form Stretchers (Smaller of 2)

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    $300 - $500
  • Pair Square Oak Side Tables and Rush Side Chair
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 44

    Pair Square Oak Side Tables and Rush Side Chair

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    $100 - $150
  • Jacobean-Style Two Drawer Low Chest with Marbletop
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 45

    Jacobean-Style Two Drawer Low Chest with Marbletop

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    $100 - $150
  • Cherry One Drawer Coffee Table, Repurposed Wood
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 46

    Cherry One Drawer Coffee Table, Repurposed Wood

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    $100 - $150
  • Mahogany Double Drop Leaf Gateleg Table
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    $200 - $300
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    Mahogany Double Drop Leaf Gateleg Table

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    $200 - $300
  • Thonet Style Bentwood and Caned Rocker
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    $100 - $150
    Lot 48

    Thonet Style Bentwood and Caned Rocker

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    $100 - $150

Auction Description

The Estate of Philip Roth + Select Additions by Litchfield Auctions
Litchfield Auctions Summer Sale features property from The Estate of Pulitzer Prize winning author Philip Roth, The Collection of the late Frank & Jo Sullivan Loesser, The Giacometti Collection, The Estate of Rosalie Coe Weir, The Estate of Ines Bausili & the Milbank Collection, among many others. There is the discovered hot water urn, engraved to General Washington from the United States Congress in 1788. There are fine paintings from a fourth generation gallery collection, there are Chinese carvings, porcelains and paintings and much more. Read more
Litchfield Auctions
Litchfield, CT 06759
United States

sales@litchfieldcountyauctions.com

Phone:+18605674661

Buyer’s Premium

Start Premium (%)
$1 30.00

Bid Increments

Start Increments ($)
$0 $10
$100 $25
$500 $50
$1,000 $100
$5,000 $250
$10,000 $500
$20,000 $1,000
$50,000 $5,000
$100,000 $10,000
$250,000 $20,000

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Buyer is responsible for arranging shipping. Packing, shipping and insurance fees are an additional and separate expense. We encourage you to obtain a shipping quote before bidding. The Packaging Depot: (860) 482-2539 pkgdepot@optonline.net UPS Store 2391: (860) 693-933 store2391@theupsstore.com Plycon Transportation: (631) 269-7000 kingspark@plycongroup.com DAKS Global Logistics: (484) 879-6678 sales@daksglobal.com Items which have not been picked up within 14 days after the date of sale will be subject to a $10.00 per lot per day storage fee. Read more

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