Waterfowl & Sporting Art Online Only Auction – Delmar, MD!
Selling from the Estate of Alfred F. King III of the King Gallery at Sportsman’s Edge New York City!
Personal Property located at: 30503 E. Line Rd., Delmar, MD 21875
Auction Held Online Only with bids ending: Wednesday June 3rd, 2020 Starting @ 5PM
Exquisite Selection of Sporting and Wildfowl Artwork, Ogden Pleissner, A. Lassel Ripley, Frank Benson, Roland Clark, T.H. Archer , Harry Spencer, Robert Abbett, Bob Kuhn, L. Norton, David Maass, Ron Louque, James Hautman, Sandy Scott, L. Frisino, Artist and Art Related Books & more than 2,500 Pcs. of Artwork!!
Personal Property Preview: Mon. June 1st, 2020 from 5 PM – 7 PM
Auctioneers Note: This auction has an exquisite selection of artwork from the Estate of Alfred F. King III. Freddy as most called him founded The Sportsman’s Edge, Ltd. and King Gallery in New York, selling the finest sporting art to a loyal clientele who valued his discerning judgment and keen eye. Allen & Marshall is pleased to bring this private collection to public auction. View more than 5,000 photos & don’t miss your chance to bid the price you want to pay at AMauctions.com.
Directions: At the intersection of Rt. 13 and Rt. 54 (El Line Rd) in Delmar at the MD/DE Line next to Wawa turn East onto Rt. 54 and follow for 0.2 miles to a Driveway at 30503 E. Line Rd. Turn right into the driveway. Artwork located in the barn on the left a few hundred feet behind the home that is located just off of the Street. Formerly called the Barn. CLICK HERE FOR A GOOGLE MAP
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Original Artwork: Original antique oil on canvas painting by well listed artist Paul Dougherty. The scene is titled “Foaming Seas” and depicts a scene of an ocean. The painting is in an antique gilt frame which appears to be original, Original oil on canvas titled “Private Waters” by William Robert Jennings, Pastel portrait of very attractive golden retriever signed by artist Sally Martyn Lacy, “1903 America’s Cup Challenge Reliance (US) VS. SHAMROCK III, (G.B.)” original oil painting on board by Mark Greene, Ink drawing by Larry Norton titled “Black Rhino”, pastel portrait of very attractive pointer dog signed by artist Sally Martyn Lacy Pencil sketch by Larry Norton depicting an African tribal scene with alligators, warriors, and nudes, (3) etchings related to birds by Richard Bishop, “Victoria Falls Bridge” pencil drawing of train crossing bridge by Larry Norton, “Kudu Cow” pencil drawing by Dino Paravano, Pencil drawing by Larry Norton titled “Zimbabwe Rock, Pencil drawing by Larry Norton titled “Kudu Skull”, etching titled “Stinky” of skunk by Al Barber, Ink drawing of rider on horseback by John August Growth, Ink sketch of hunting dog. Signed Tk Archer, original pencil sketch of owl by John Mullane, original pencil sketch of leopards by John Mullane, Charcoal drawing of jockey signed and dated T. H. Archer, “Evening” etching of waterfowl by Frank W. Benson, “Lake Flies & Winging Feathers” gouache painting by Harry Spencer, “Man O’ War” charcoal drawing of famous race horse by T. H. Archer, “Lake Flies” gouache painting by Harry Spencer, “Windfowl Feathers” gouache painting by Harry Spencer, Large Qty of original etchings by Sandy Scott and so much more as this is only a partial listing.
Sporting/Wildlife Art: “Casting for Salmon” artist’s proof print by Ogden W. Pleisner. “Elephants at Amboseli” print by David Shepherd, “Giant Pandas” print from an oil painting by Edward J. Bierly, “Kudu” print by David Shepherd, “High Siesta” print by Bob Kuhn, National Fish & Wildlife Foundation Conservation Stamp prints, Print of otter by Joseph A. Davis, Limited edition print of lioness by Bob Kuhn, large print of leopard in tree by Guy Coheleach, print on canvas of jaguar in tree by Bob Kuhn, “Sunshine & Shadow” limited edition print by Bob Kuhn, Limited edition “Sperm Whale” print by Richard Ellis, signed print of shark by Richard Ellis, print of whales by Richard Ellis, Artist’s Proof “Alaskan Brown Bear” colored etching by Sandy Scott, 1985 Brown Bear Conservation limited edition, “German Shorthair” prints by Robert Abbett, “Troutflies” by Richard Salmon, Hunting scene print by Ogden W. Pleissner and so many more this is only a partial listing.
Wildfowl Art: Several pencil signed prints of duck hunting by Ogden W. Pleissner, “Setter & Woodcock” by Robert Abbett, “Partners” print by Robert Abbett, Wild Turkey Federation stamp prints, US Migratory Bird Hunting Stamp titled “Emperor Geese” by Arthur M. Cook, “Big Drop at the Mark” by Williard Bond, “Canvas Backs” print by David Hagerbaumer, “Pintails” print by David Hagerbaumer, “Back Bay Mallards” print by David A Maass, “Duck Blind, Bayou Club” by print by Walter Dubois Richards, “Long-billed Shorebirds” artist’s proof etching by Gordon Allen, “Wood Duck Drake – 1920 Joseph Lincoln Accord, Mass.” By M.C. Weiler, print of working decoy by James P. Fisher and hundreds more as this is only a partial listing.
Duck Stamp Prints: Hundreds upon hundreds of duck stamp prints (most of which never framed) to include Millennium Edition, Limited Edition, First of State, Federal and many others by well known artist. Many hard to find editions.
Wildlife and Art Books: “Upland Gunning” by William J. Schaldach, “The Shape of Things-The Art of Francis Lee Jaques” from The Sporting Heritage Collection which is number 2203 from a limited edition of 2300 and was published in 1994, “The Art of Robert Bateman” w/ Introduction by Roger Tory Peterson printed in 1993, “The A.B. Frost Book” by Henry M. Reed hardcover with dustjacket published in 1967, first edition “National Wildlife Art Museum” printed in 1994, Recognizing Derrydale Press Books” by Dan Frazier privately printed in 1983, “Our American Game Birds” by Van Campen Heilner, “Fishing the Flats” by Mark Sosin & Lefty Kreh, ”Angling in Art by Tom Quinn, Mastering The Art of Fly-Tying” by Richard W. Telleur, “Shadows on the Flats: The Saltwater Images of Chet Reneson & Ed Gray”, “Flashes in the River: The Fly Fishing Images of Arthur Shilstone & Ed Gray”, & “The Ultimate Fishing Book” Edited by Lee Eisenberg & DeCourcy Taylor, “Drawing Animals” by Norman Adams & Joe Singer, “Birds of the West Coast: Volume 2” by J.F. Lansdowne, (2) “Twentieth Century Wildlife Artists” by Nicholas Hammond, “Birds of the Atlantic Ocean” by Ted Stokes with paintings by Keith Shackleton., & “Robert G. Kerr: Waterfowl of the World in Miniature”, “The Tiger’s Destiny” by Valmik Thapar, Volumes 1 & 2 of “Birds of Eastern Forest”, A Gallery of Waterfowl & Upland Birds” by David Maass & Gene Hill & “The Great Gallery of Ducks” by Richard LeMaster “Animal Drawing Anatomy & Action For Artists” by Charles M. Knight, “The Big Cats: The Paintings of Guy Coheleach by Nancy A. Neff, “Charles Livingston Bull: A Retrospective” by Hiram Art Museum, “Fisherman’s Fall” by Roderick L. Haig-Brown, (3) “Troutflies” by Richard Salmon limited edition author signed, “Return to the River: A Story of The Chinook Run” by Roderick L. Haig-Brown, “Fishin Around” by Burton L. Spiller limited edition, “Fishing the Flats” by Mark Sosin & Lefty Kreh, & “Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, “African Wildlife In Art” with commentary by David Tomlinson, “Masters of the Wild: Coheleach” by Terry Wieland, & “The Living World of Audubon Mammals” by Robert Elman and much more!
Special Interest: Leather rhino footstool made for Abercrombie & Fitch, Large carved wood cat sculpture by Shayne Haysom, Pencil signed “The East Somerset Railway Black Prince & The Green Knight of Shed, Cranmore”, Limited edition “Secretariat” print by Gordon Power, “17th at Pebble Beach” serigraph by Linda Hartough, Large Qty of nicely framed limited edition golfling prints signed and numbered by Arthur Weaver to include: “The 16th Green, Cyress Point”, “6th Green, King’s Course-Gleneagles” limited edition print by Arthur Weaver, “9th Green, Maidstone Club” limited edition print by Arthur Weaver, “6th Green, National Golf Links of America” limited edition print by Arthur Weaver, “South Street in New York 1874” print by John Stobart, “11th Green, Atlantic Golf Club” , “18th Green at Harbor Town, Hilton Head”, “Cyrpress Point-View from the 16th Tee-Lee Trevine Drives”, “The 12th Green, Augusta National” limited edition print by Arthur Weaver, “The First Green Muirfield-The Honorable Company of Edinburgh Golfers” print by Arthur Weaver and so many more!
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Personal Property Preview: Will be held on Monday June 1st from 5-7pm. There are over 3000 Pictures available online at www.AMauctions.com!
Pick Up Date: Items must be picked up at the Auction Site on Friday June 5th from 12 PM – 6 PM. NO EXCEPTIONS. Buyer is responsible for removing all items. Allen & Marshall Auctioneers and Appraiser’s does not ship items, however shipping is available through the UPS Pack and Ship Store of Salisbury, MD or a shipper of buyer’s choice. Buyer is responsible for bringing any required manpower, tools, boxes, wrapping paper, blankets, wheel cart or dollies needed to remove your items from the property. Items not picked up by 6 PM on Friday June 5th, 2020 will be considered abandoned and will be disposed of at the discretion of the Auction Company.
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