Everything is sold as/is with a 15% buyers premium added to the final bid price and 7% sales tax.
Kennedy Brothers Auctions
Antique and Estate Auction
Tuesday February 13th at 6:15pm and preview at 11:00am
4278 28th Street N
St. Petersburg, Florida 33714
This is not a complete listing of what we are selling Tuesday night. Items are still coming in. Thanks
Oak Barrister 5 stack bookcase with leaded glass doors, Oak dresser with mirror, Mid-Century modern tulip table with marble top, Mid-Century china cabinet, set of 7 Antique carved chairs painted black, Set of six black leather modern dining chairs, Glass top table/desk with four round lucite legs, Mahogany dresser, Oak cabinet with file drawers and a tambor sliding door, 1800’s oak dresser with wall mirror, Small side table with lucite top and base, 2 oak morris chairs, one with lion heads arms, Oak sewing table with fold down top, pair of bentwood modern style side chairs, new upholstery, Early 1800’s lowboy chest, Cherry corner cabinet.
Sterling Silver jewelry includes Long beaded heart pendant necklace, Sterling Silver Claus pendant, Sterling Silver Reed & Barton Christmas cross and silver charm bracelet, Oriental carved Jade Carnelian bead necklace, 14kt gold Emerald earrings, Amethyst Sterling Silver cuff bracelet, Southwest silver Turquoise cuff bracelet and pendant, Taxco Mexico Sterling Silver Turquoise pendant necklace, signed MB in circle, Sterling Silver jewelry includes Mexico pin/pendant, John Hardy Sterling Silver rope chain bracelet, JH Logo mark, Sterling Silver jewelry includes Norway Red Guilloche Enamel brooch with anchor mark, Pennino gold tone dome rhinestone bracelet and David Aurona Borealis Rhinestone pin and earring set, Bags of costume jewelry, tray lots of costume jewelry, Costume jewelry insect and bird pins, Signed costume jewelry includes Lisner, Napier, Coro and Trifari.
Antiques and Decorative Arts
Circa 1591 engravings of Florida Timucua Indians part 2: The Florida Book latin editio, engravings by T. de Bry, Le Moyne and Hakluyt, Bernard Picart French copper plate engraving “Way of Burying Kings and Priest of Florida, circa 1722, 1856 Map of The State of Florida showing The progress of the Surveys, 1744 “Complete Collection of Voyages and Travels” Book by John Harris, London, Vol. one and 1748 Volume 2, two books; 1843 Incidents of Travel in Yucatan and 1951 copy of Barcia’s Chronological History of The Continent of Florida copy No. 462, Lot to include prints of old Florida, Lot of 13 old Florida indian prints, some from 1721, Lot of Maps, mostly Florida, four 19th Century Native American portraits prints, Five 19th Century hand colored Native American Indian portrait prints, 1747 Ebenezer Hall family Holy Bible containing The Old and New Testaments, newly Translated out of The Original Tongues, printed by Richard Watkins, 1811 “Narrative of a Shipwreck in The Gulph of Florida” book by Jonathan Dickerson, hand written note on back of front page by Moses Brown (1738-1832, Providence, R.I.), 1889 “Narrative and Critical History of America” book set, complete in 8 volumes, A Treatise on The Patriarchal or Co-operative system of Society under The name of Slavery, 1829 2nd edition by Z. Kingsley (1765-1843), an inhabitant of Florida, The Luna Papers “Documents relating to the Expedition of Don Tristan De Luna Y Arellano for the Conquest of La Florida in 1559-1561, by Herbert I Priestley, Deland, The Florida State Historical Society, 1928, Dr. D.F. Anderson’s Handwritten Journal, Winter of 1858-59, Daily account of Journey made by Schooner and Riverboat from Philadelphia to Orlando with easy reads copies, Vintage Tourist attraction pamplets, brochures and maps.
Three Salvador Dali Books includes The work The Man by Descharnes, 1873 Palmetto-Leaves by Harriet Beecher Stowe, Illustrated, first edition book, Two boxes of Indian books, 1879 3 volume book set, Our Country, A Household History for all readers from the Discovery of AMerica to the present time by Benson J. Lossing, 1880-1903 Annual report to The Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of The Smithsonian Institution by J.W. Powel, one has a folding map in the rear pocket, Charles M. Russell; 1929-1930 Book Good medicine Memories of The real West and 1946 Book No. 1 and book no. 2 pen and ink drawings, Ephemera from The collection of the LAte Wilber A. Willis, Oklawaha, Florida, Old florida photographs includes 1880’s St. Augustine and several optic view cards, Navy Pea coat and Air Force coat with arm patches, King Liberty model Brass-Tone Trumpet with case, Original 1917-1920 Russian Revolution Propaganda Soldier and Dragon poster on board, 27”x 19”, Four retile purses includes 2 genuine Alligator and 2 wallets, Kenneth Jay Lane black snake skin style evening purse with rhinestone snake head.
Glassware, Pottery and Porcelain
Lenox China pieces and serving pieces, Set of Fine china by Style House “Prestige” pattern,
Charlie Norton (1942-Kansas) Western painter and sculptor, Native American Camp, making Glue, oil on board, ca. 1960, Arthur “pete” Daily (1893-1973, Wyoming) Western Photographer, “Wide Open Spaces” 1850’s Japanese Woodblock Abstract street scene oil on canvas signed G. Pierre, Impressionist Snowy Mountain village oil on board, French Coastal Harbor Scene oil on canvas signed V.H. Lesur, (1863-1900) Paris Canvas stamp, Japanese woodblock, Two Musee art posters; Picasso and Cartier, Mixed Media Illustration of Woman singing, signed Jill Bosser or Bossent.
Rugs and Lamps
Dale Tiffany stained glass lamp, Table lamp with a lucite base and shade, Oriental rugs and runners.
We sell around 250-300 lots in a fast paced and fun auction.
This is an Absolute Auction, so everything is sold to the highest bidder. Ours is not a themed auction - there is a little bit of everything for everyone - with the emphasis on vintage and antique. All of that means great deals for our valued buyers!
Live Phone Bids over $100, and Left Bids are accepted. There is a 15% buyer’s premium.