NEXT AUCTION
Friday, January 24th at 3 pm
Important Americana – Featuring Furniture and Folk Art
From a Distinguished New York Collection

Live Salesroom Auction Date: Friday, January 24 at 3pm
Doors open Friday morning at 8:00am

Preview Exhibition Dates: Sunday, January 19: 12 pm-6pm
Monday-Thursday, January 20-23: 10am-6pm
Friday, January 24: 8am-3pm

PLEASE NOTE: THE ONLINE ONLY TIMED AUCTION OF:
Various Owners American, European and Asian Fine and Decorative Art INCLUDING:
“A Superb Private Collection of 18th Century English Creamware” AND
“Selections from a Delaware Collection of Chinese Porcelain and American Paintings”

Online Only Timed Auction Bidding: Begins: January 24 at 6pm Ends: January 31
https://live.kenoauctions.com

Preview Exhibition Dates: January 19 – January 24

Location:
Keno Auctions
127 East 69th Street
New York, NY 10021

Sir William Johnson’s Queen Anne Mahogany Side Chair circa 1760
Estimate: $20,000-50,000

Rare and Important Queen Anne Upholstered Open Arm Chair (removable upholstery) circa 1745
Estimate: $20,000-50,000

Rare Chippendale Mahogany Open Arm Chair Made and Stamped by Cabinet Maker, William Long circa 1770
Estimate: $4,000-8,000

A Pair of Classical Gilt & Gessoed White Pine Eagle Wall Brackets circa 1825
Estimate: $3,000-6,000

Items From the Upcoming Auction

The Samuel Gardner Important Queen Anne Walnut and Walnut-Veneered Bonnet Top Highboy circa 1740
Estimate: $50,000-100,000

Rare Queen Anne Mahogany Tuckaway Tea Table circa 1750
Estimate: $20,000-40,000

Chippendale Salem Block Front Desk with Blocked Lid circa 1770
Estimate: $15,000-30,000

Chippendale Fan-Carved Chest on Chest circa 1770
Estimate: $20,000-40,000

Queen Anne Figured Mahogany Porringer Top Tea-Table circa 1745-1765
Estimate: $5,000-10,000

Wool Pictorial Hooked Rug Depicting George Washington circa 1920
Estimate: $4,000-8,000

Scrimshaw Whale Tooth ‘For The Love Of Her And My Country’ circa 1835