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Scroll down for more results of the January 23rd auction.

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Gilbert Stuart (American 1755-1828)

“ISRAEL KINSMAN” PORTRAIT OF GEORGE WASHINGTON

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Purchased in 1817 by Israel Kinsman, a Philadelphia merchant, and hung in his residence at 359 Arch Street, Philadelphia PA. To his daughter Louise and from her to her nephew. It remained in the Kinsman family for approximately 100 years. In 1920 the painting was owned and exhibited by the Ralston Galleries.

Oil on canvas. 30 ½ x 25 ½ in.

SOLD for $356,250.00

Our Saturday, January 23rd
“Americana and Estates Auction”
Was a Big Success. Scroll down for results.

Gilbert Stuart (American 1755-1828)

“ISRAEL KINSMAN” PORTRAIT OF GEORGE WASHINGTON

Purchased in 1817 by Israel Kinsman, a Philadelphia merchant, and hung in his residence at 359 Arch Street, Philadelphia PA. To his daughter Louise and from her to her nephew. It remained in the Kinsman family for approximately 100 years. In 1920 the painting was owned and exhibited by the Ralston Galleries.

Oil on canvas. 30 ½ x 25 ½ in.

SOLD for $356,250.00

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Black Glazed Baluster Vase with Kangxi mark $5,120.00

Flambe Glazed Meiping with Qianlong mark $21,250.00

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Gilbert Stuart (1755-1828) Portrait of Washington $356,250.00

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William L. Hawkins (1895-1990) Frankenstein $41,600.00