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Antique Auction Sat. November 10, 2012

Masonic Lodge 1101 Highland Ave.
(Rte. 95/128 Exit19B) Needham, Ma.
Auction Preview; 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Auction starts at 11:30 a.m.

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Terms: cash, approved check, MC/Visa
15% buyer's premium 2.5% discount for cash or good check
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Mid Century Curtis C. Jere Brass Metal Wall Sculpture "Dock" 21" H x 49 1/4"L x 5 1/2" D and Mid Century 1950's-60' Three drawer chest 29" H x 36" L x 18" D

Circa 1840's Bannister back chair, Doughboy Victorian salesman sample/child's toy chest 22" H x 11"W x 5 1/2" Deep Six Knowle handkerchief chairs,
one iron stretcher needs resoldering.
  19th C. Mahogany and Marble five drawer chest. 19th C. Davenport desk with brass galley, and marquetry work APr. Mid Century Paul McCobb side chairs with original fabric. 19th C. Marble top Bombe chest
38"H x 45" W x 20" D
  Gangso table with tile inserts sign. 19 1/2" H x 41 1/4" L 1950's-60's Modern bar
63" H x 60" L x 17 1/4" D
Figurine of Venus 26" H on Marble pedestal 46" H x 13 1/2" D
Late 19th C. Victorian hall tree 6ft 10" H x 29 1/2" W x20 3/4" D
  19th C. Victorian pedestal 41 1/2" H x 13 3/4" W x 14" D 19th C. Painted cupboard
came out of a home in Shaker Villiage Harvard Mass.
6ft 9 1/2" H x 35 1/2" W x 13" D
Blanket chest early 19th C. 37" H x 44 1/2" x 18 2/16" D
Shaker work table 32 3/4 " x 73 1/2" W x 28 1/2" D possible replacement top and refinished.
  19th C. Bread board table 29 1/2" H x 5ft 11" W x 29 1/2" D
Erwin Lambeth 1950's-60's 3 cush bench/table 16" H x 62 1/2" L x 22" D Paul McCobb 1950's - 60's sofa
30"H x 96" L x 32" D
David Zelman " Bridge" steel table
36" x 84" L x 16" D

David Zelman has made only five of the above tables: he has been creating objects that function as furniture forthe past 20 years. His work can be found in the permanent collections of the Brooklyn, Kohler, Yale and Cooper Hewitt Museums. In addition, he founded and designed objects for Prologue 2000, Inc. a manufacturing and design firm. In his sculptural work he attempts to pay homage to the work of man, therefore his images of bridges, scaffolding, elevators, wheeled objects, and the like call attention to these often overlooked basics of our existence.