THREE COLUMBUS COIN SILVER POCKET WATCHES. Late 19th century. Three 18S hunting case Columbus Watch Co. watches consisting of: Columbus R.W.K. Special, 15j, Adj, SW/LS,serial #252478, Champion coin case; 17J, Adj, trans. K&SW/LS, dial marked 'J.F. Schmitt St. Louis', Dueber coin case, serial #70080; Together with 15J, KW&S, gilded movement, serial #23823, hairline on dial. Watches currently in running condition - no guarantee. Wear to watches commensurate with age and use, keys not included.
CARL SCHMITT (AMERICAN, 1889-1989). "Septimus Severus #1". Oil on canvas. Signed on frame, verso. Titled on reverse. H.M. Landon New York stamp, verso frame. From a Larchmont, NY collection. Dimensions: 20" h x 24" w. Condition: Good.
Three Patinated Bronze Figures Children: Dutch girl with ivory face, carrying flowers, 4-7/8 in. including base, [glued;] Girl with basket carrying shoes, signed \"Schmitt-Felling\" (Julius Schmitt-Felling, German, 1826-1886), 6 in. including base, [chips on base;] Boy with bag, holding pipe, signed on bag \"? Kowalczowski\" (Paul Ludwig Kowalczowski, Polish, 1865-1910), 6-1/4 in. including base, [minor chips to base,] black stone bases,
A COLLECTION OF WRISTWATCHES A collection of wristwatches
including four Laco, five TIMEX, three VOID Watches, two Seiko, four Sinobi, two AVI-8, a AllSaints, a Burberry, a Braun, a Bergmann, a Bertucci, a Junkers, a LeForban, a M.E.C, a Messerschmitt, a Orefici, a Seagull, a Tisovet, a Victorinox, and a Zeppelin.
Time: August 2021
Place: CLARS AUCTION GALLERY, Oakland, CA, USA
Sold for: $600.00
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PAINTING, GEORG PHILIPP SCHMITT Georg Philipp Schmitt (German, 1808-1873), "Sancta Maria," 1862, oil on panel, signed upper right, dated upper left, signed verso, panel: 7"h x 5.5"w, overall (with frame): 11.25"h x 9.75"w. Provenance: Private Collection (Reno, NV).
KNUT HESTERBERG; RONALD SCHMITT, PROPELLER COFFEE TABLE Knut Hesterberg; Ronald Schmitt, Propeller Coffee Table
Germany, designed 1960s, aluminum and smoked glass, 17"h x 59"w x 29.5"d
Time: December 2022
Place: CLARS AUCTION GALLERY, Oakland, CA, USA
Sold for: $425.00
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SCHMITT SOHNE 1999 RIESLING WINE BOTTLEDESCRIPTION: A large sized Schmitt Sohne (1999) Riesling Mosel-Saar-Ruwer glass white wine bottle. Marked: "Net Cont. 3.0L" CIRCA: 1999 ORIGIN: Germany DIMENSIONS: H: 19.5" x D: 5" CONDITION: Great condition. See lot description for details on item condition. More detailed condition requests can be obtained via email (email@example.com) or SMS (305) 333-4134. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Akiba Antiques shall have no responsibility for any error or omission."
ANTIQUE LIMOGES PORCELAIN PLATEDESCRIPTION: Antique Limoges Porcelain Plate features an overall white base color with a hand painted depiction of a maiden gazing at a butterfly. Finished with a gilded floral motif border. Signed " A.C Schmitt". Marked on the back with Limoges W Guerin mark dating to 1891-1932.
CIRCA: 19th/20th Ct
CONDITION: Great condition. See lot description for details on item condition. More detailed condition requests can be obtained via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or SMS 305-332-9274. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Akiba Antiques shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.
PORTRAIT, POSSIBLY JENNY LIND OR FANNY MENDELSSOHNLarge mid 19th century oil on canvas full length portrait of a woman wearing a black mourning dress, possibly Jenny Lind (1820-1887) or Fanny Mendelssohn (1805-1847). The subject holds sheet music titled "Auf Flugeln des Gesanges," (On Wings of Song), a melody written in 1834 by composer Felix Mendelssohn (with whom Lind reputedly had a love affair; Medelssohn died in 1847, and Lind, who married Otto Goldschmitt in 1852, continued to perform the song). Unsigned. 59" H x 49 1/2" W sight, 67" x 54" framed. Later laurel-molded giltwood frame. Note: while this portrait carries an oral history of portraying Lind, a famous singer of her day who frequently performed this song, the subject could also be Mendelssohn's sister Fanny, a composer in her own right, who was married to a painter, Wilhelm Hensel. It was reportedly sold through C.G. Sloan Auctioneers in Washington, DC in the early 20th century with an attribution to painter Anna Massey Lea Merritt (1844-1930). (Higher-resolution photos are available at www.caseantiques.com)
Blacklight indicates scattered overpainting of face, dress, and background. Later frame.
A GROUP OF SIX NASA PRINTS, APOLLO 17, CREW SIGNED, ORA...A GROUP OF SIX NASA PRINTS, APOLLO 17, CREW SIGNED, ORANGE SOIL, CIRCA 1972, comprising six color offset lithographs published by the "U.S. Government Printing Office," "Prime Crew of Eleventh manned Apollo Mission, Harrison H. Schmitt, Ronald E. Evans, Eugene A. Cernan," dedicated and signed, "To: Amel Rodriguez with our Sincere Best Wishes & Many Thanks, Apollo XVII, Harrison H. Schmitt, Ron Evans, Gene Cernan," MSCL-92; "Nighttime Launch of Apollo 17," MSCL-94; "Apollo 17 Landing Site as Seen from Lunar Orbit," MSCL-104; "Apollo 17 'Orange Soil' at Taurus-Littrow Site," MSCL-97; "Apollo 17 View of Earth," the first time a photo of the South Pole is captured, showing Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, MSCL-95; and "Cernan Checks out 'Stripped Down' Rover Prior to Loadup," at the Taurus-Littrow landing site, MSCL-96. 8" x 10" Provenance: From the Private Collection of Amel Rodriguez- Pan America. Collection from Amel Rodriguez, Houston, Texas.
Some mild expected surface wear, but overall in good to very good condition, wear commensurate with age. Simpson Galleries strongly encourages in-person inspection of items by the bidder. Statements by Simpson Galleries regarding the condition of objects are for guidance only and should not be relied upon as statements of fact and do not constitute a representation, warranty, or assumption of liability by Simpson Galleries. All lots offered are sold "AS IS." NO REFUNDS will be issued based on condition.
A GROUP OF EIGHT NASA PRINTS AND EPHEMERA, APOLLO 17, "...A GROUP OF EIGHT NASA PRINTS AND EPHEMERA, APOLLO 17, "Apollo 17: The Last Apollo," HOUSTON, TEXAS, CIRCA 1973, a rare black and white pamphlet, "NASA FACTS: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Manned Spacecraft Center, Public Affairs Office, Houston, Texas, THE LAST APOLLO," MSC-07770 together with three coordinating offset color lithographs that appear within the printing which are the cover photo, "U.S. Flag 'Points' Toward Earth," MSCL-100; the interior page left, "Astronaut Schmitt Beside Huge, Split Lunar Boulder," MSCL-96; the interior page right, "Astronaut Evans Performs Apollo 17 Transearth EVA," "...performing extravehicular activity during the Apollo 17 spacecraft's transearth coast...retrieved film cassettes from the Lunar Sounder, Mapping Camera and Panoramic Camera...," MSCL-102; crew photo with rover, "Prime Crew of Eleventh Manned Apollo Mission, Harrison H. Schmitt, Ronald E. Evans, Eugene A. Cernan," MSCL-92; "Apollo 17 View of Earth," showing for the first time the South Pole including Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, MSCL-95; "Cernan Salutes Flag at Apollo 17 Landing Site," MSCL-101; "Schmitt Stands Beside Flag at Apollo 17 Landing Site," MSCL-99. 8" x 10" Provenance: From the Private Collection of Amel Rodriguez- Pan America. Collection from Amel Rodriguez, Houston, Texas.
Mild yellowing and toning, some spots and stains, but overall in good condition, wear commensurate with age. Simpson Galleries strongly encourages in-person inspection of items by the bidder. Statements by Simpson Galleries regarding the condition of objects are for guidance only and should not be relied upon as statements of fact and do not constitute a representation, warranty, or assumption of liability by Simpson Galleries. All lots offered are sold "AS IS." NO REFUNDS will be issued based on condition.
GUIDO SCHMITT (1834 - 1922), PEASANT WOMAN PRAYING WITH...Guido Schmitt (1834 - 1922), peasant woman praying with two children, oil on canvas, signed lower right, 42" x 52". Provenance: Private consignor purchased October 18, 1997 at on-site public auction of fine furnishings, deacquisitioned by Sisters of Providence Mother House, Gamelin Street, Holyoke, Massachusetts.
Some craquelure, dirty, relined, heavy varnish, some inpainting but hard to see under varnish. All lots are sold "AS IS" The condition of lots can vary widely and are unlikely to be in a perfect condition. *No credit card payments will be accepted for silver, gold, or jewelry from buyers that have not purchased from our gallery in the past.
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