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Lots 1 - 599

Lots 1 - 599

Winning Bids fromSotheby's 1996 Onassis Auction

Lots 1 - 599:

Prices reflect Sotheby's addition of 15% on amounts up to $50,000, 10% on amounts over $50,000 and taxes.

  • Lot 1: G.P. Trautner (and others) seashell engravings. $6,900. 
  • Lot 2: G.P. Trautner (and others) seashell engravings. $7,475. 
  • Lot 3: A Louis XV/XVI ormolu and bronze mantel clock, which was in the White House and later in Onassis' New York apartment. $46,000. 
  • Lot 4: French painted paper 19th century screen. $23,000. 
  • Lot 5: Set of six Louis XVI style painted chairs. $16,100. 
  • Lot 6: Study of a Snow Owl, painting by Peter Paillon. It was in Jackie Kennedy's White House bedroom. $31,050. 
  • Lot 7: Brass-mounted mahogany table. $107,000. 
  • Lot 8: Empire style ormolu-mounted slant-front desk. $68,500. 
  • Lot 9: Carved mahogany marble-top table. $48,875. 
  • Lot 10: A 19th century mahogany stool. $33,350. 
  • Lot 11: Signed A. Berghaus drawing, Miss Lane's Reception at the White House. $16,100. 
  • Lot 12: Study of an Ostrich, watercolor. $13,800. 
  • Lot 13: A Park View, 19th century oil painting. $13,800. 
  • Lot 14: Louis XV style gilded three-light lamp. $48,875. 
  • Lot 15: A pair of Paris porcelain gold-ground vases mounted as lamps. $31,050. 
  • Lot 16: Jackie and sister Lee on a camel, a watercolor on paper by Jacqueline Duheme. $31,050. 
  • Lot 17: Coalport porcelain "Peacock" pattern dinner service, belonging to Jackie Kennedy Onassis' mother. $23,000. 
  • Lot 18: Coalport "Peacock" pattern salad bowl. $8,050. 
  • Lot 19: A pair of Coalport "Peacock" pattern tureens, covers and stands. $8,625. 
  • Lot 20: Twelve Coalport "Peacock" plates. $10,350. 
  • Lot 21: Eleven Coalport "Peacock" plates. $6,900. 
  • Lot 22: Pair of Coalport "Peacock" dessert plates. $5,750. 
  • Lot 23: Pair of Coalport "Peacock" plates. $5,175. 
  • Lot 24: 19th century Regency rosewood reading and games table. $43,125. 
  • Lot 25: Chinese export porcelain dish, circa 1876. $12,650. 
  • Lot 26: Pair of painted armchairs that were in the first lady's White House bedroom. $25,300. 
  • Lot 27: Early Victorian dressing table. $40,250. 
  • Lot 28: Pair of enamel Staffordshire 18th century candlesticks. $11,500. 
  • Lot 29: Pair of enamel Staffordshire candlesticks, circa 1800. $12,650. 
  • Lot 30: Pair of enamel Staffordshire candlesticks, late 18th century. $11,500. 
  • Lot 31: Smolensko Ahead and a chestnut colt with jockey, a pair of oil paintings that hung in JFK's White House bedroom. $74,000. 
  • Lot 32: A rocking horse that was in Caroline Kennedy's nursery at the White House. $85,000. 
  • Lot 33: John F. Kennedy Jr.'s high chair, used at the White House. $85,000. 
  • Lot 34: A silver Tiffany tape measure monogrammed "JBK." $48,875. 
  • Lot 35: Two terracotta horses, 3rd century B.C. $82,250. 
  • Lot 36: Black glazed Greek vessel, circa mid-4th century B.C. $54,625. 
  • Lot 37: Silver-plated beaker engraved "J.K." $19,550. 
  • Lot 38: German earthenware tub, circa 1910. $42,550. 
  • Lot 39: Marble torso of Aphrodite, 2nd/1st century B.C. $41,400. 
  • Lot 40: Pair of Louis XVI painted chairs from the 18th century, used in the White House and in Onassis' New York apartment. $134,500. 
  • Lot 41: Henry F. Miller baby grand piano with bench. $167,500. 
  • Lot 42: A Bessarabian style carpet, 20th century. $51,750. 
  • Lot 43: A study of a pelican, watercolor by Zayn al-Din, 1780. $60,250. 
  • Lot 44: Study of a stork, watercolor by Zayn al-Din, 1781. $43,125. 
  • Lot 45: John Singer Sargent watercolor, Head of an Arab, circa 1905-1906. $222,500. 
  • Lot 46: John Singer Sargent watercolor, Venetian Girl. $156,500. 
  • Lot 47: The White House Library: A Short-Title List by James T. Babb, signed by Jacqueline Kennedy. $9,200. 
  • Lot 48: JFK's Profiles in Courage, with a calligraphic inscription to Jacqueline Kennedy. $68,500. 
  • Lot 49: Why England Slept, dedication copy of JFK's first book. $46,000. 
  • Lot 50: Inauguration of the British Memorial to JFK by Queen Elizabeth II at Runnymede. $34,500. 
  • Lot 50A: Silver-gild and gilt metal dressing table items. $40,250. 
  • Lot 50B: Silver chalice, Cartier, engraved JLB (Janet Lee Bouvier). $12,650. 
  • Lot 50C: Electroplate cigarette lighter, Alfred Dunhill, inscribed "To J and J in memory of an immeasurable happy summer 1955 London-Antibes-Rome-Capri-Florence-Warsaw-Paris-Dublin." $23,000. 
  • Lot 50D: Louis XV style white painted bedside table. $10,925. 
  • Lot 50E: Victorian Chinoiserie-decorated black papier-mâché tray. Among furnishings in the Kennedys' Georgetown residence. $24,150. 
  • Lot 50F: Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, in the style of Marcel Vertes, black crayon on red paper. $6,325. 
  • Lot 50G: Aaron Shikler oil painting, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Seated. $51,750. 
  • Lot 50H: Aaron Shikler gouache on red paper, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Seated. $46,000. 
  • Lot 50I: Norman Rockwell charcoal portrait of JFK. $134,500. 
  • Lot 50J: Jamie Wyeth lithograph of John F. Kennedy. $43,700. 
  • Lot 50K: Aaron Shikler watercolor and gouache of Caroline Kennedy. $37,375. 
  • Lot 50L: Dean Acheson's Power and Diplomacy, annotated by JFK. $24,150. 
  • Lot 50M: Adlai Stevenson's What I Think, signed by Stevenson. $31,050. 
  • Lot 50N: Compton Mackenzie's On Moral Courage, containing Jackie Kennedy's notes on her meeting with Charles de Gaulle. $10,925. 
  • Lot 51: Inaugural addresses of presidents of the USA, from George Washington-JFK. Kennedy's address is corrected in his own handwriting. $134,500. 
  • Lot 52: Stetson brown leather hatbox with a tag that says "The President." $31,625. 
  • Lot 53: Robert Rauschenberg's signed Drawing for President of the USA With Dante. $244,500. 
  • Lot 54: Aaron Shikler, study for the White House portrait of Jacqueline Kennedy. $156,500. 
  • Lot 55: Elaine De Kooning, Portrait of John F. Kennedy, 1963. $101,500. 
  • Lot 56: President Kennedy's oak rocking chair. $442,500. 
  • Lot 57: JFK's walnut humidor, gift from Milton Berle. $574,500.
  • Lot 58: Partial set of Derby porcelain breakfast and coffee service, circa 1820 (est. $600-$900). $8,050. 
  • Lot 59: Green French porcelain inkwell and cover, modern (est. $150-$250). $14,375. 
  • Lot 60: House-shaped Staffordshire saltglaze teapot with silver mountings (est. $500-$700). $16,100. 
  • Lot 61: Lenox porcelain dessert plate from service made for President Franklin D. Roosevelt (est. $400-$600). $16,100. 
  • Lot 62: Chinese porcelain spoon tray, (est. $100-$150). $6,900. 
  • Lot 63: Chinese porcelain spoon tray, and scalloped berry dish, (est. $100-$150). $6,900. 
  • Lot 64: Chinese porcelain teapot stand, (est. $200-$300). $5,175. 
  • Lot 65: Chinese porcelain saucer (est. $150-$200). $6,900. 
  • Lot 66: Set of 12 Davenport Canton pattern earthenware soup plates and 10 dinner plates, (est. $800-$1,200). $6,900. 
  • Lot 67: Set of eleven Ashworth ironstone pudding plates, 1865-75 (est. $700-$1,000). $14,950. 
  • Lot 68: Staffordshire earthenware circular dish with cover, circa 1835 (est. $125-$175). $4,600. 
  • Lot 69: Set of seven Bing & Grondahl porcelain teacups with nine saucers, modern (est. $75-$100). $6,900. 
  • Lot 70: Metal cup, reproduction of Minoan design (est. $75-$100). $3,450. 
  • Lot 71: Decorations: brass bowls, coasters, cups, letter rack, metal baskets and container (est. $75-$100). $4,600. 
  • Lot 72: Regency flower pot holder, in Jackie's White House dressing room (est. $100-$150). $12,650. 
  • Lot 73: Woven baskets (est. $150-$200). $9,200. 
  • Lot 74: American pine and maple long table with drawers (est. $1,500-$2,500). $46,000. 
  • Lot 75: Regency mirror, early 19th century (est. $1,200-$1,500). $7,475. 
  • Lot 76: Upholstered settee with cream slipcover (est. $1,000-$1,500). $32,200. 
  • Lot 77: Japanese black-laquered cabinet (est. $1,500-$2,500). $9,200. 
  • Lot 78: Victorian mother-of-pearl-inlaid slipper chair, mid-19th century (est. $700-$900). $17,250. 
  • Lot 79: Four-panel screen inset with Chinese wallpaper (est. $3,000-$5,000). 29,900. 
  • Lot 80: Black lacquer, papier-mâché and wood work table, 19th century ($600-$800). $12,650. 
  • Lot 81: Bird watercolor ($1,200-$1,800). $11,500. 
  • Lot 82: Reproduction of Edgar Degas drawing, Three Studies of Horses, in White House West Sitting Room (est. $100-$150). $11,500. 
  • Lot 83: Pair of watercolors, Chinese school, 19th century (est. $400-$600). $8,050. 
  • Lot 84: Young Man in a Gallery, painting, in White House and the Kennedys' Georgetown home (est. $500-$700). $18,400. 
  • Lot 85: Woman in Sedan Chair Attended by Two Men in Blue Coats, pen-and-ink with watercolor, 18th century (est. $2,000-$3,000). $12,650. 
  • Lot 86: Red and White Flowers, oil on glass, American school, 19th century (est. $300-$500). $6,325. 
  • Lot 87: Pair of Chinese porcelain hexagonal garden seats, 20th century (est. $1,500-$2,500). $12,650. 
  • Lot 88: Pair of Chinese porcelain barrel-form garden seats, 20th century (est. $1,200-$1,800). $8,050. 
  • Lot 89: Pair of Chinese porcelain flower pot holders (jardinieres) with stands, 20th century ($400-$600). $6,900. 
  • Lot 90: Three Chinese porcelain vessels, late 19th century (est. $500-$700). $6,900. 
  • Lot 91: Chinese porcelain cylindrical container with cover, 20th century (est. $250-$350). $4,600. 
  • Lot 92: WITHDRAWN. 
  • Lot 93: Pair of delft flower bricks (est. $50-$75). $9,200. 
  • Lot 94: Two Chinese porcelain trays (est. $250-$350). $5,750. 
  • Lot 95: Chinese porcelain bowl and pair of jars with covers (est. $300-$500). $6,325. 
  • Lot 96: Chinese porcelain stand (est. $100-$150). $6,325. 
  • Lot 97: Chinese porcelain bowl (est. $250-$350). $5,750. 
  • Lot 98: Chinese porcelain vase (est. $400-$600). $4,025. 
  • Lot 99: Japanese lacquer brush box (est. $250-$350). $10,350. 
  • Lot 100: Chinese ivory and tortoiseshell container and pair of tusk-section bracelets (est. $150-$200). $5,175. 
  • Lot 101: Chinese silver hand mirror mounted with jadeite and enamel (est. $600-$800). $7,475. 
  • Lot 102: Cloisonne bird box (est. $125-$175). $8,625. 
  • Lot 103: Cambodian silver betel box (est. $100-$150). $2,875. 
  • Lot 104: Japanese porcelain mouse on a corncob, late 19th century (est. $700-$1,000). $12,650. 
  • Lot 105: Empire style gilt-bronze hand mirror, 19th century (est. $500-$700). $8,050. 
  • Lot 106: Set of three silver salt and pepper shakers, American, circa 1915-20 (est. $400-$600). $18,400. 
  • Lot 107: Silver caster (est. $100-$150). $9,200. 
  • Lot 108: Silver sugar caster, American, early 20th century (est. $60-$100). $6,900. 
  • Lot 109: Set of twelve metal table mats, mid-20th century (est. $600-$800). $34,500. 
  • Lot 110: English electroplate salver, early 20th century, later engraved "J.L.B.K." (est. $50-$100). $25,300. 
  • Lot 111: Four Indian electroplate tumblers, 20th century (est. $100-$150). $8,050. 
  • Lot 112: Pair of electroplate wine coasters, mid 20th century (est. $200-$400). $9,200. 
  • Lot 113: Set of five Cambodian silver finger bowls and underplates, 20th century (est. $400-$600). $6,900. 
  • Lot 114: Pair of electrogilt wine coasters, circa 1960 (est. $50-$100). $5,175. 
  • Lot 115: Pair of French silver wine coasters, 1809-19 (est. $1,000-$1,500). $21,850. 
  • Lot 116: Three-piece American silver coffee service, mid 20th century (est. $450-$650). $10,350. 
  • Lot 117: Papier-mâché tray, (est. $80-$120). $5,750. 
  • Lot 118: Louis XV writing table with drawers, in the Kennedys' Georgetown home (est. $7,000-$9,000). $40,250. 
  • Lot 119: Regency style gilt-decorated dressing table, 19th century (est. $1,800-$2,200). $14,950. 
  • Lot 120: Yellow upholstered settee (est. $500-$800). $18,400. 
  • Lot 121: Upholstered club chair with floral chintz slipcover (est. $200-$250). $27,600. 
  • Lot 122: Chinese gilt-decorated tilt-top table (est. $2,000-$2,500). $11,500. 
  • Lot 123: American Victorian maple caned rocking chair (est. $300-$400). $23,000. 
  • Lot 124: Louis XV writing table (est. $5,000-$7,000). $19,550. 
  • Lot 125: Eight Burleigh earthenware dessert plates (est. $200-$300). $8,050. 
  • Lot 126: 12 Grosvenor bone china dinner plates (est. $400-$600). $9,200. 
  • Lot 127: Seven Nevers faience plates (est. $500-$800). $4,600. 
  • Lot 128: 12 octagonal plates (est. $300-$500). $17,250. 
  • Lot 129: Partial set of American electroplate flatware, circa 1950 (est. $100-$200). $14,950. 
  • Lot 130: Silver-plated crumb sweeper (silent butler), engraved "JLB" (Janet Lee Bouvier) (est. $200-$400). $6,900. 
  • Lot 131: Silver fruit dish (compote) from Black, Starr & Frost, 1925 (est. $700-$1,000). $28,750. 
  • Lot 132: American silver platter (est. $250-$350). $9,200. 
  • Lot 133: Oak fragment, purportedly from the London Bridge, with silver plaque inscribed to Janet Lee Bouvier (est. $400-$600). $8,050. 
  • Lot 134: English electroplate salver (est. $80-$120). $8,050. 
  • Lot 135: Pair of American silver candelabra, wedding gift to the Kennedys (est. $1,000-$1,500). $40,250. 
  • Lot 136: Silver and silver-plated articles - ice-bucket, ashtray, etc. (est. $200-$300). $20,700. 
  • Lot 137: Pair of American silver candelabra, Tiffany & Co., 1947-55 (est. $500-$700). $33,350. 
  • Lot 138: American silver plate, circa 1953, inscribed to the Kennedys (est. $200-$300). $27,600. 
  • Lot 139: Pair of candlesticks shaped like palm trees (est. $1,200-$1,800). $43,700. 
  • Lot 140: Silver cigarette box (est. $250-$350). $18,400. 
  • Lot 141: Various silver flatware (est. $300-$500). $6,900. 
  • Lot 142: Various electroplate flatware, 20th century (est. $100-$150). $5,175. 
  • Lot 143: English electroplate cake stand, circa 1925 (est. $80-$120). $12,650. 
  • Lot 144: Silver-plated cocktail shaker, monogrammed "JBK" (est. $100-$200). $23,000. 
  • Lot 145: Three Georgian Old English pattern teaspoons (est. $150-$200). $4,025. 
  • Lot 146: English silver-gilt bowl, Tiffany & Co., 1968 (est. $800-$1,200). $8,625. 
  • Lot 147: Eight gold-plated beakers (est. $400-$600). $5,750. 
  • Lot 148: Italian silver cigarette box, inscribed to Jackie (est. $400-$600). $16,100. 
  • Lot 149: 10 porcelain plates, 20th century (est. $200-$300). $9,775. 
  • Lot 150: Six Copeland Spode creamware dinner plates, dated 1952 (est. $200-$300). $10,350. 
  • Lot 151: 10 earthenware dessert plates, 20th century (est. $150-$250). $11,500. 
  • Lot 152: Victorian gilt-decorated black tray, 19th century (est. $100-$150). $12,650. 
  • Lot 153: Anglo-Indian desk tray (est. $150-$175). $10,350. 
  • Lot 154: Five pairs of ivory salt shakers and pepper grinders (est. $250-$350). $9,200. 
  • Lot 155: Three pairs of ivory salt shakers and pepper grinders (est. $150-$200). $4,600. 
  • Lot 156: Four pairs of ivory salt shakers and pepper grinders (est. $200-$300). $5,175. 
  • Lot 157: Four pairs of ivory salt shakers and pepper grinders (est. $200-$300). $5,750. 
  • Lot 158: Two pairs of ivory salt shakers and pepper grinders and six pepper grinders (est. $250-$350). $5,750. 
  • Lot 159: Pair of blue marbleized wood table lamps (est. $300-$500). $8,050. 
  • Lot 160: Charles X-style marble candelabrum mounted as a lamp, 19th century (est. $1,000-$1,500). $11,500. 
  • Lot 161: Victorian polished steel and brass trivet, 19th century (est. $400-$600). $8,625. 
  • Lot 162: George III brass and wrought-iron trivet, 19th century (est. $500-$700). $7,475. 
  • Lot 163: Federal pine sidetable (est. $2,000-$3,000). $63,000. 
  • Lot 164: Group of galvanized metal flower holders (est. $150-$250). $4,025. 
  • Lot 165: Photo of Walt Whitman, with autographed note (est. $1,200-$1,800). $18,400. 
  • Lot 166: A Complete Treatise on the Conjugation of French Verbs, Jackie's schoolbook signed and inscribed by her, with doodles (est. $500-$800).$42,550. 
  • Lot 167: One Special Summer, facsimile manuscript written and illustrated by Jackie and her sister, Lee (est. $100-$150). $9,200. 
  • Lot 168: Remember America, drawings and paintings by Eric Sloane, inscribed to Jackie by Sloane (est. $300-$500). $3,450. 
  • Lot 169: Group of six volumes on the decorative arts, various authors (est. $400-$600). $5,175. 
  • Lot 170: Four volumes on the decorative arts, some inscribed, various authors (est. $500-$700). $6,325. 
  • Lot 171: Two volumes on Russia, different authors, one with notes added by Jackie (est. $700-$1,000). $3,450. 
  • Lot 172: East Side House Winter Antiques Show catalog, with Jackie's name lettered on cover (est. $500-$700). $8,050. 
  • Lot 173: Cartoon ink drawing referencing Jackie, by Eldon Dedini, published in The New Yorker, May 1962 (est. $300-$500). $14,950. 
  • Lot 174: Group of 13 volumes on ballet, various authors, many inscribed to Jackie (est. $600-$800). $36,800. 
  • Lot 175: Volume on Philadelphia architecture by George B. Tatum, presentation copy to Jackie (est. $400-$600). $32,200. 
  • Lot 176: Harlot's Ghost by Norman Mailer, inscription to Jackie from Mailer (est. $300-$500). $11,500 
  • Lot 177: Greece: Gods and Art by Alexander Liberman, inscribed to Jackie by the author (est. $400-$600). $4,025. 
  • Lot 178: Group of fourteen volumes on music, various authors, some inscribed (est. $400-$600). $40,250. 
  • Lot 179: Four volumes by Sir John Pope-Hennessy, inscribed by author (est. $800-$1,200). $5,175. 
  • Lot 180: On Board Noah's Ark by Ludwig Bemelmans, inscribed to Jackie (est. $400-$600). $5,175. 
  • Lot 181: First edition of 1617 travel book by Fynes Moryson (est. $800-$1,200). $4,600. 
  • Lot 182: Homosexuals in History: A Study of Ambivalence in Society, Literature and the Arts by A.L. Rowse (est. $600-$800). $5,175. 
  • Lot 183: Group of six volumes on modern history, various authors, all inscribed to Jackie (est. $500-$800). $5,175. 
  • Lot 184: We, the People: The Story of the United States Capitol, stamped "Mrs. Kennedy" (est. $300-$400). $2,875. 
  • Lot 185: Approx. 48 volumes of White House guides (est. $300-$500). $8,050. 
  • Lot 186: Bound copy of dedicatory remarks for the John F. Kennedy Memorial at Runnymeade, limited edition (est. $400-$600). $4,600. 
  • Lot 187: The Remarkable Kennedys by Joe McCarthy, signed (est. $600-$800). $6,325. 
  • Lot 188: Lord Derby: "King of Lancashire" by Randolph S. Churchill, inscribed to Jackie (est. $400-$600). $6,325. 
  • Lot 189: Memorials and tributes to JFK, (est. $3,000-$5,000). $34,500. 
  • Lot 190: Magna Carta by J.C. Holt (est. $1,000-$1,500). $5,750. 
  • Lot 191: Creative America, various authors, inscribed to Jackie by the editor (est. $400-$600). $4,600. 
  • Lot 192: Heritage: Civilization and the Jews by Abba Eban, inscribed to Jackie from Eban (est. $400-$600). $6,900. 
  • Lot 193: Israel: Years of Challenge by David Ben-Gurion, inscribed to Jackie from Ben-Gurion (est. $1,500-$2,500). $61,900. 
  • Lot 194: Portrait of a President by William Manchester, inscribed to Jackie by Manchester (est. $400-$600). $11,327. 
  • Lot 195: Oratio Dominica, two-volume address welcoming Pope Paul VI to the UN ($1,500-$2,000). $4,600. 
  • Lot 196: Lincoln by Philip B. Kunhardt, Jr., et al., inscribed by the author (est. $300-$500). $4,600. 
  • Lot 197: Selected speeches of Chiang Kai-Shek, from Madame Chiang Kai-Shek to Jackie (est. $600-$800). $11,500 
  • Lot 198: Two phonograph albums: Portrait of a Valiant Lady and Kennedy in Germany (est. $200-$400). $8,050. 
  • Lot 199: Pensamiento Cristiano y Democratico de Monsieur de Andrea, (est. $300-$500). $2,300. 
  • Lot 200: Four volumes on Winston S. Churchill, various authors, some inscribed (est. $300-$500). $12,650. 
  • Lot 201: Jacqueline Kennedy's copy of the historic guide to the White House (est. $700-$1,000). $12,650. 
  • Lot 202: Approx. 48 volumes of White House guides (est. $300-$500). $8,625. 
  • Lot 203: Two biographies, inscribed to Jackie by Father Joseph Leonard (est. $300-$500). $2,875. 
  • Lot 204: The Presidents of the United States: 1789-1962 by Donald H. Mugridge (est. $1,000-$1,500). $13,800. 
  • Lot 205: Summoned by Bells by John Betjeman, inscribed to Jackie (est. $400-$600). $5,750. 
  • Lot 206: Five first editions by Robert Lowell, inscribed (est. $1,200-$1,800). $5,175. 
  • Lot 207: Selected Writings by Truman Capote, inscribed to Jackie (est. $600-$800). $6,900. 
  • Lot 208: First edition Smollet's translation of Cervantes' The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote (est. $250-$350). $5,750. 
  • Lot 209: Two copies of works by Naguib Mahfouz, signed (est. $200-$300). $2,875. 
  • Lot 210: Forty-Minute Plays from Shakespeare, Jackie's Shakespeare text, with her doodles (est. $600-$800). $11,500. 
  • Lot 211: In the Russian Style, edited by Jacqueline Onassis (est. $400-$600). $3,450. 
  • Lot 212: Approx. 48 volumes of White House guides (est. $300-$500). $7,475. 
  • Lot 213: Five volumes on advertising and publishing, various authors: one inscribed by Ben and Tony Bradlee, another by Norman Cousins (est. $600-$900). $5,175. 
  • Lot 214: Three volumes on health, one by White House physician Janet Travell (est. $300-$500). $5,750. 
  • Lot 215: Five volumes on religion, inscribed to Jackie by Father Joseph Leonard (est. $800-$1,200). $5,750. 
  • Lot 216: Group of 17 volumes on Western religion and philosophy, some inscribed (est. $500-$700). $2,875. 
  • Lot 217: Group of 18 volumes on Eastern religion and thought, some inscribed (est. $500-$700). $8,625. 
  • Lot 218: Pictures of Horses and English Life by A.J. Munnings, with inscription by Jacqueline Kennedy (est. $1,500-$2,500). $17,250 
  • Lot 218A: 19th-century oil painting, Portrait of a Young Boy (est. $150-$200). $4,025. 
  • Lot 218B: Another Song, a 1986 print, artist unknown (est. $100-$150). $3,450. 
  • Lot 218C: Buffalo City, acrylic, ink and graphite by Michael Flanagan (est. $600-$800). $2,300. 
  • Lot 218D: Two watercolors by Jacqueline Duheme (est. $75-$125). $4,600. 
  • Lot 218E: Still Life With White Tulips in a Chinese Vase and Pears on a Ledge by Rogers Turner (est. $800-$1,200). $7,475. 
  • Lot 218F: Two reproductions of botanical prints (est. $25-$35). $2,875. 
  • Lot 218G: Two decorative botanical pictures (est. $25-$35). $2,300. 
  • Lot 218H: Print: Washington, D.C., in 1833 (est. $20-$30). $2,070. 
  • Lot 218I: Portrait of JFK, artist unknown (est. $50-$75). $6,325. 
  • Lot 218J: Misere: Il Serait Si Doux D'Aimer (est. $600-$800). $6,325. 
  • Lot 218K: Aaron Shikler, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Seated (est. $4,000-6000) $68,500. 
  • Lot 218L: Bust of JFK by Robert Berk, 1968 (est. price, $500-$1,000). $9,200. 
  • Lot 219: Exotic Figures on Horseback by Stefano Della Bella, six etchings from set of eleven (est. $1,500-$2,000). $11,500. 
  • Lot 220: L'Acropolis, vue de la maison du consol de France, M. Fauvet, lithograph by Louis Dupre (est. $300-$500). $10,350. 
  • Lot 221: Theatrical Sets and Designs, six engravings by Crepy (est. $200-$300). $10,350. 
  • Lot 222: Scenic Landscapes, three lithographs (est. $100-$150). $8,625. 
  • Lot 223: Four engravings of exotic costume designs, after G. Scotin (est. $800-$1,200). $17,250. 
  • Lot 224: L'Emperatrice en petit costume, engraving by Ravault (est. $150-$250). $29,900. 
  • Lot 225: Two engravings of French interior and window drapery designs, from Jackie's White House furnishings (est. $100-$125). $11,500. 
  • Lot 226: Two engravings of French interior and window drapery designs, from White House furnishings (est. $100-$125). $10,925. 
  • Lot 227: Two lithographs by Midart, circa 1850 (est. $100-$200). $16,675. 
  • Lot 228: Two engravings of French interior and window drapery designs, from White House furnishings (est. $100-$125). $16,100. 
  • Lot 229: View of la Place de Louis XVI et la Salle d'Opera, engraving circa 1800 (est. $200-$300). $10,925. 
  • Lot 230: Lithograph by Lemercier; engravings by Tavernier and by Gamble (est. $200-$300). $9,775. 
  • Lot 231: Five ink and watercolor drawings, Continental school, 19th century (est. $2,000-$3,000). $19,550. 
  • Lot 232: Four ink and watercolor drawings, Continental school, 19th century (est. $2,000-$3,000). $11,500. 
  • Lot 233: Garden Facade of a Chateau, watercolor, French School, 19th century (est. $800-$1,200). $6,900. 
  • Lot 234: Portrait ascribed to Federico Zuccaro (1540/1-1609) (est. $6,000-$8,000). $13,800. 
  • Lot 235: Hunters and Their Dogs in a Landscape, attributed to Charles Parrocel (1688-1752) (est. $1,000-$1,500). $11,500. 
  • Lot 236: Study of a Dog, Flemish school, 17th century (est. $7,000-$9,000). $14,950. 
  • Lot 237: Soldiers in an Encampment, ascribed to Jan de Bisschop (1628-1671) (est. $4,000-$6,000). $6,325. 
  • Lot 238: Pen and ink drawing, 18th century, in Jackie's White House bedroom (est. $2,000-$3,000). $10,925. 
  • Lot 239: Study of a Young Man in an Elaborate Costume, French school, 17th century (est. $2,500-$3,500). $16,100. 
  • Lot 240: Design for a Ballet Costume, studio of Jean Berrain (est. $3,000-$5,000). $13,800. 
  • Lot 241: Watercolor ascribed to Aert Schouman (1710-1792), hung in White House (est. $5,000-$7,000). $23,000. 
  • Lot 242: Study of a hound baying, in White House West Sitting Room (est. $7,000-$9,000). $19,550. 
  • Lot 243: A Young Boy Standing in a Niche, (est. $1,000-$1,500). $8,050. 
  • Lot 244: Study of a greyhound, British school, 18th century (est. $800-$1,200). $16,100. 
  • Lot 245: Study of a white monkey, hung in the White House (est. $2,000-$3,000). $21,850. 
  • Lot 246: Study of a young man in a hat and cloak, (est. $1,500-$2,000). $8,050. 
  • Lot 247: Study of a bull's head, ascribed to (est. $500-$700). $10,350. 
  • Lot 248: Study of a spaniel barking, ascribed to Jean-Baptiste Oudry (est. $2,00-$3,000). $8,625. 
  • Lot 249: Three studies of a cat, Studio of Jean-Antoine Watteau (est. $1,000-$1,500). $13,225. 
  • Lot 250: Pen and ink drawing, hung in the White House West Sitting Room (est. $2,000-$3,000). $25,300. 
  • Lot 251: Caricatures of men and women (a set of 10), hung in Jackie's White House bedroom (est. $3,000-$5,000). $29,900. 
  • Lot 252: Duck, (est. $600-$800). $6,900. 
  • Lot 253: Study of a dormouse, ascribed to Rochus Van Veen (est. $2,000-$3,000). $10,925. 
  • Lot 254: Study of an owl on a stump, watercolor (est. $700-$900). $8,625. 
  • Lot 255: Profile portrait of a lady, French school, late 18th century (est. $300-$500). $6,325. 
  • Lot 256: Portrait ascribed to Henry Singleton (est. $500-$700). $8,050. 
  • Lot 257: Set of watercolors, Continental school, 19th century (est. $3,000-$4,000). $12,650. 
  • Lot 258: Pair of watercolors, Neopolitan school, 19th century (est. $7,000-$9,000). $24,150. 
  • Lot 259: Two architectural studies, French school, 19th century (est. $4,000-$6,000). $17,250. 
  • Lot 260: The Empress Eugenie Visiting the Baths of the Imperial Palace of the Ciragan, ascribed to Pierre Montani (est. $1,200-$1,800). $9,775. 
  • Lot 261: Women of the Harem, Turkish school, 19th century (est. $1,000-$1,500). $19,550. 
  • Lot 262: A Gathering of Birds in an Extensive Landscape, oil painting (est. $10,000-$15,000). $27,600. 
  • Lot 263: Equestrian portrait of a member of the Herbert de la Pleigniere family (est. $25,000-$35,000). $79,500. 
  • Lot 264: Equestrian portrait of a nobleman, possibly a member of the Thurn und Taxis family, (est. $25,000-$35,000) $79,500. 
  • Lot 265: Equestrian portrait, said to be Peter the Great, oil on canvas, by Nicolas-Louis-Albert Delerive (est. $20,000-$30,000) $68,500. 
  • Lot 266: Lord Bateman's Arabian, oil on canvas, by John Wootton (est. $80,000-$120,000) $343,500. 
  • Lot 267: Portrait of Barthelemy Charles, Comte de Dreux-Nancre, standing at a balustrade with a landscape beyond, oil on canvas, by Martin Drolling (est. $80,000-$120,000) $167,500. 
  • Lot 268: A pair of oil on canvas paintings by Domenico Scianteschi (est. $60,000-$80,000) $85,000. 
  • Lot 269: Elegant Figures Preparing for the Hunt, oil on cavas, by Judith Lewis (est. $20,000-$30,000) $51,750 
  • Lot 270: Still life with pink roses resting on a marble ledge, oil on canvas, Continental School, 19 century (est. $10,000-$15,000) $37,950. 
  • Lot 271: Studies of figures in procession, pen and brown ink, Venetian School, 18th century (est. $1,500-$2,000) $8,050. 
  • Lot 272: The Columns of Nathor, pen and ink, by Eugene Berman (est. $800-$1,200) $9,200. 
  • Lot 273: An Overgrown Tomb at Dusk, watercolor/pencil on paper, by George Chinnery, R.H.A. (est. $3,00-$4,000) $11,500. 
  • Lot 274: Study of trees, pencil on paper, by Odilon Redon (est. $3,000-$5,000) $14,950. 
  • Lot 275: A group of three watercolors, Chinese School, 19th century (est. $1,000-$1,500) $12,650. 
  • Lot 276: The Spanish Steps, watercolor and pencil on paper, by John Ruskin (est. $15,000-$20,000) $24,150. 
  • Lot 277: Still life with flowers, oil on canvas, by A.D., French School 19th/20th century (est. $500-$700) $20,700. 
  • Lot 278: Portrait of William Butler Yeats, pen and ink and wash on paper, by Augustus Edwin John (est. $10,000-$15,000) $14,950. 
  • Lot 279: Fontainbleau, watercolor/pencil on paper, by Isidore Alexandre Augustin Pils (est. $1,200-$1,800) $12,650. 
  • Lot 280: An Arab horseman with rifle, watercolor/pencil on paper/board, Continental School, 19th century (est. $600-$800) $12,650. 
  • Lot 281: Les Bords de L'Oise, oil on cradled panel, by Charles Francois Daubigny, among furnishings of White House during Kennedy years (est. $30,000-$50,000) $118,000. 
  • Lot 282: Spode stone china "Famille-Rose" part dinner service (est. $2,500-$3,500) $18,400. 
  • Lot 283: Pair Copeland and Garrett stone china "Famille-Rose" octagonal soup plates (est. $200-$300) $5,750. 
  • Lot 284: Coalport-type porcelain jardiniere and stand (est. $500-$700) $9,200. 
  • Lot 285: Pair Coalport-type porcelain jardinieres and stands, from Oval Room of the White House during Kennedy years (est. $600-$900) $16,100. 
  • Lot 286: Pair of Coalport porcelain Meissen-style oval dishes, from White House furnishings (est. $500-$700) $12,650. 
  • Lot 287: Chinese export porcelain oval sugar bowl and cover, teapot stand and spoon tray, from White House furnishings (est. $300-$500) $9,200. 
  • Lot 288: Canton porcelain "Famille-Rose" dinner service (est. $9,000-$12,000) $23,000. 
  • Lot 289: Canton porcelain "Famille-Rose" soup plate (est. $50-$75) $5,175. 
  • Lot 290: Set of 16 Canton porcelain "Famille-Rose" breakfast cups and 15 saucers, late 19th century (est. $1,500-$2,500) $9,775. 
  • Lot 291: Set of 16 Sevres porcelain dinner plates, circa 1760 (est. $2,500-$3,500) $17,250. 
  • Lot 292: A pair of French painted tole and hard-paste porcelain three-light candelabra among the furnishings in Jackie's dressing room at the White House (est. $600-$800) $11,500. 
  • Lot 293: A pair of Flemish ivory oval Bacchanalian reliefs, after Francois Duquesnoy (est. $3,500-$5,000) $23,000. 
  • Lot 294: An unusual Charles X Ormolu and patinated bronze mantel clock (est. $4,000-$6,000) $48,875. 
  • Lot 295: A Louis Philippe gilt-bronze dog-form paper clip, circa 1840 (est. $500-$700) $8,625. 
  • Lot 296: Empire Ormolu and cut-glass 18-light chandelier (est. $25,000-$35,000) $37,375. 
  • Lot 297: Pair of Continental carved ivory covered urns, 19th century. (est. $3,000-$4,000) $19,550. 
  • Lot 298: Pair of Napoleon III Ormolu and patinated bronze six-light candelabra (est. $10,000-$15,000) $46,000. 
  • Lot 299: A Louis XVI style guilt and tole peinte brule parfum. (est. $500-$700) $10,350. 
  • Lot 300: Pair of ormolu cassollettes (est. $2,500-$3,500). $24,150. 
  • Lot 301: Pair of Louis XVI white marble small candlesticks (est. $200-$400). $17,250. 
  • Lot 302: Louis XV style painted and parcel gilt mirror (est. $1,500-$2,500). $24,150. 
  • Lot 303: Pair of French aubusson tapestry covered green silk cushions (est. $150-$200). $14,950. 
  • Lot 304: Pair of bronze and ormolu chenets (est. $1,500-$2,500). $18,400. 
  • Lot 305: Louis XVI style giltwood frame fitted as a mirror (est. $400-$600). $5,175. 
  • Lot 306: Pair of Regence style brass candle sticks (est. $400-$600). $17,250. 
  • Lot 307: Neapolitan tortoiseshell box (est. $3,000-$5,000). $18,400. 
  • Lot 308: Pair of ormolu-mounted Japanese porcelain and marble candlesticks (est. $7,000-$9,000). $14,950. 
  • Lot 309: Louis XV gilt tooled red morocco leather small casket (est. $25,000-$35,000). $118,000. 
  • Lot 310: Louis XVI brass mounted mahogany console desserte, used in the White House and at the Georgetown residence (est. $8,000-$12,000). $37,375. 
  • Lot 311: Pair of regence painted chaises a la Reine (est. $8,000-$12,000). $24,150. 
  • Lot 312: Ormolu-mounted fruitwood and mahogany commode (est. $5,000-$7,000). $57,500. 
  • Lot 313: Porcelain vase mounted as a lamp (est. $250-$350). $19,550. 
  • Lot 314: Italian Neoclassical fruitwood bouillotte table (est. $2,500-$3,500). $23,000. 
  • Lot 315: Italian Neoclassical painted and parcel-gilt low bergere (est. $5,000-$7,000). $16,100. 
  • Lot 316: Pair of Louis XV painted fauteuils (chairs) a la Reine (est. $15,000-$25,000). $63,000. 
  • Lot 317: Louis XV style painted mirror (est. $800-$1,000). $6,325. 
  • Lot 318: Louis XVI style ormolu-mounted kingwood and tulipwood parquetry table en chiffonniere (est. $1,800-$1,200). $28,750. 
  • Lot 319: Pair of Louis XV style grey painted fauteuils en Cabriolet (est. $2,000-$3,000). $23,000. 
  • Lot 320: Pair of Louis XVI style white and grey painted tabourets (est. $3,000-$4,000). $14,950. 
  • Lot 321: Louis XVI style giltwood frame mounted as a mirror (est. $600-$800). $5,750. 
  • Lot 322: Pair of Louis XVI style caned painted fauteuils en Cabriolet (est. $1,500-$2,000). $19,550. 
  • Lot 323: Pair of Louis XVI ormolu mounted black and white marble obelisks used in White House and Jackie's residence (est. $10,000-$15,000). $85,000. 
  • Lot 324: Pair of Louis XVI style caned painted fauteuils en Cabriolet (est. $1,500-$2,000). $8,050. 
  • Lot 325: Louis XVI style grey painted marble top small table (est. $400-$600). $6,900. 
  • Lot 326: Louis XVI style mahogany bureau plat (est. $700-$900). $21,850. 
  • Lot 327: Late George III inlaid mahogany bedside cupboard (est. $1,000-$1,500). $29,900. 
  • Lot 328: A Louis XV style giltwood mirror (est. $4,000-$6,000). $16,100. 
  • Lot 329: Louis XVI style grey painted writing table (est. $1,000-$1,500). $24,150. 
  • Lot 330: Chinese painted leather small trunk (est. $350-$500). $11,500. 
  • Lot 331: Louis XV style cream painted bergere (est. $2,000-$3,000). $18,400. 
  • Lot 332: Set of four Louis XVI style grey and blue painted fauteuils en Cabriolet (est. $4,000-$6,000). $28,750. 
  • Lot 333: Louis XVI brass mounted mahogany console desserte (est. $8,000-$12,000). $43,125. 
  • Lot 334: Biedermeier walnut and fruitwood etagere (est. $6,000-$8,000). $28,750. 
  • Lot 335: Louis XVI grey painted banquette (est. $6,000-$8,000). $16,100. 
  • Lot 336: Louis XV painted upholstered banquette (est. $1,500-$2,500). $8,625. 
  • Lot 337: Chinese red lacquered side table (est. $7,500-$10,000). $24,150. 
  • Lot 338: Louis XV/XVI style ormolu mounted fruitwood and sycamore parquetry table vide poche (est. $10,000-$15,000). $43,125. 
  • Lot 339: Louis XVI style beige painted prie-dieu (est. $600-$800). $12,650. 
  • Lot 340: Bessarabian Kilim (est. $2,000-$3,000). $9,775. 
  • Lot 341: Bessarabian Kilim (est. $2,000-$3,000). $27,600. 
  • Lot 342: Victorian needlepoint rug (est. $6,000-$8,000). $43,125. 
  • Lot 343: Late Louis XVI ormolu mounted mahogany secretaire a Abattant (secretary) (est. $7,000-$9,000). $32,200. 
  • Lot 344: Louis XVI style white painted X-form upholstered stool (est. $500-$700). $7,475. 
  • Lot 345: Louis XV style painted button tufted upholstered tabouret (est. $800-$1,000). $6,325. 
  • Lot 346: Louis XVI style grey painted canape (est. $8,000-$12,000). $11,500. 
  • Lot 347: Pair of Louis XVI grey painted Marquises (est. $20,000-$30,000). $90,500. 
  • Lot 348: Italian Neoclassical console table (est. $5,000-$7,000). $79,500. 
  • Lot 349: Louis XVI style grey painted upholstered tabouret (est. $1,500-$2,000). $9,200. 
  • Lot 350: Louis XVI style painted and parcel-gilt voyeuse (est. $200-$300) $8,625. 
  • Lot 351: Louis XVI style brass mounted mahogany table vide poche (est. $1,500-$2,000). $20,700. 
  • Lot 352: Italian Neoclassical style kingwood and fruitwood parquetry games table (est. $5,000-$7,000) $48,875. 
  • Lot 352A: Louis XVI Provincial fruitwood commode (est. $6,000-$8,000). $13,800. 
  • Lot 353: Directoire provincial walnut table vide poche (est. $1,200-$1,800). $14,950. 
  • Lot 354: Continental fruitwood hanging shelf (est. $800-$1,200) $11,500. 
  • Lot 355: Directoire style fruitwood table vide poche (est. 300-$500). $8,625. 
  • Lot 356: Small Victorian painted satinwood cane seat side chair (est. $200-$300) $6,325. 
  • Lot 357: Directoire painted tabouret mounted as a low table (est. $1,500-$25,000) $7,475. 
  • Lot 358: Louis XVI mahogany bureau plat and cartonnier used by JFK to sign the nuclear test ban treaty of 1963 (est. $20,000-$30,000) $1,432,500. 
  • Lot 359: 18k gold minaudiere (evening purse), Van Cleef & Arpels, France (est. $2,000-$3,000). $68,500. 
  • Lot 360: 18K gold bracelet/gold/diamond brooch. (est. $700-$900) $20,700. 
  • Lot 361: Group of four gold rings (est. $300-$400) $37,375. 
  • Lot 362: Group of misc. gold jewelry, 8 pieces (est. $750-$1,000) $17,250. 
  • Lot 363: Gold charm bracelet (est. $1,500-$2,000) $68,500. 
  • Lot 364: Gold and black enamel lighter w/initial J, also w/a cylindrical lighter (est. $300-$400) $85,000. 
  • Lot 365: Group of gold earclips, 11 pieces (est. $1,000 to $1,200). $12 650. 
  • Lot 366: Two gold pendants, gilt metal charm bracelet (est. $200-$300) $26,450. 
  • Lot 367: 18K gold chain necklace (est. $750-$1,000) $20,700. 
  • Lot 368: Two gold commemorative charms (est. $150-$200) $31,625. 
  • Lot 369: 18k gold chain necklace, David Webb (est. $600-$800) $34,500. 
  • Lot 370: Two gold brooches, one by David Webb (est. $600-$800) $29,900. 
  • Lot 371: Pair gold earclips van Cleef & Arpels (est. $600-$800) $23,000. 
  • Lot 372: Pair 18k gold and diamond earclips (est. $1,500-$2,000) $28,750. 
  • Lot 373: Diamond bar brooch (est. $2,000-$3,000) $31,625. 
  • Lot 374: Diamond bracelet (est. $6,000-$8,000) $85,000. 
  • Lot 375: Pair gold/sapphire antelope-head bangle bracelets, Greece (est. $2,000-$3,000) $28,750. 
  • Lot 376: Group gold animal-head jewelry, Greece, 7 pieces (est. $1,200-$1,500) $31,625. 
  • Lot 377: 22K gold lion's-head collar, Lalaounis (est. $750-$1,000) $31,625. 
  • Lot 378: Two gold bangle bracelets, one by Zo Lotas, Greece (est. $1,000-$1,500) $37,375. 
  • Lot 379: Pair red tourmaline and amethyst pendant earclips (est. $800-$1,000) $34,500. 
  • Lot 380: Pair 18K gold/green enamel earclips, David WEbb (est. $2,000-$3000) $23,000. 
  • Lot 381: Pair 18K yellow/white gold earclips, Marina B. (est. $3,000-$4,000) $37,375. 
  • Lot 382: Pair diamond/enamel earclips, French (est. $7,500-$10,000) $37,375. 
  • Lot 383: Natural Baroque pearl/diamond ring (est. $750-$1,000) $46,000. 
  • Lot 384: 18K gold, colored stone and diamond "Scarecrow" brooch, Van Cleef & Arpels, France (est. $1,200-$1,500), $101,500. 
  • Lot 385: 18k gold/diamond/colored stone bracelet, Easter gift from Aristotle Onassis (est. $15,000-$20,000) $96,000. 
  • Lot 386: Lady's gold wristwatch, Cartier (est.$1,500-$2,000) $57,500. 
  • Lot 387: Lady's gold wristwatch, Cartier (est. $1,500-$2,000) $40,250. 
  • Lot 388: Lady's 18K gold wristwatch, Uri, France (est. $1,000-$1,500) $43,125. 
  • Lot 389: Lady's 18K gold/diamond/emerald wristwatch, Piaget (est. $2,000-$3,000) $63,000. 
  • Lot 390: Emerald/diamond pendant brooch and chain necklace (est. $10,000-$12,000) $74,000. 
  • Lot 391: 18K gold/diamond/green glass pendant, shaped like Martha's Vineyard (est. $3,000-$4,000) $26,450. 
  • Lot 392: Gold rope lion's-head necklace (est. $1,00-$1,200) $48,875. 
  • Lot 393: 22K gold flower brooch, Greece (est. ($1,000-$1,200) $31,625. 
  • Lot 394: 14K gold/jade brooch (est. $1,00-$1,500) $23,000. 
  • Lot 395: Carved jade pendant (est. $200-$300) $11,500. 
  • Lot 396: Suite of 18K gold jewelry - necklace, bracelet, brooch, presentation box (est. $1,500-$2,500) $16,100. 
  • Lot 397: Gold elephant bangle bracelet (est. $600-$800) $101,500. 
  • Lot 398: 18K gold brooch, Zo Lotas, Greece (est. $150-$200) $13,800. 
  • Lot 399: Gold/amber worry beads (est. ($200-$300) $21,850. 
  • Lot 400: Gold/cabochon emerald/diamond belt, Middle Eastern (est. $2,00-$3,000) $20,700. 
  • Lot 401: Gold/emerald/diamond belt (est. $4,000-$6,000) $40,250. 
  • Lot 402: 22K gold collar, Lalaounis ($1,000-$1,200) $25,875. 
  • Lot 403: Pair 22K gold cuff bangle bracelets, Greece (est. $2,000-$3,000) $51,750. 
  • Lot 404: Pair 18K gold/colored stone/seed pearl pendant earclips, Lalaounis, greece (est. $1,00-$1,500). $12,650. 
  • Lot 405: Pair gold/cultured pearl/ruby/sapphire pendant earclips (est. $1,00-$1,500) $11,500. 
  • Lot 406: Gold/cultured pearl pendant-brooch, gold chain (est. $1,500-$2,500) $28,750. 
  • Lot 407: Emerald/ruby/cultured pearl brooch (est. $3,000-$4,000) $31,625. 
  • Lot 408: Gold/garnet armlet, Greece (est. $1,000-$1,200). $25,875. 
  • Lot 409: Pair gold pendant earrings, Greece (est. ($800-$1,200) $28,750. 
  • Lot 410: Garnet/diamond ring, mid-19th century (est. ($1,200-$1,500) $33,350. 
  • Lot 411: Gold/amethyst bead necklace (est.$1,500-$2,000, $57,500. 
  • Lot 412: Gold/ enamel/diamond elephant-head bangle bracelet, Indian, Benares (est. $3,000-$5,000) $23,000. 
  • Lot 413: Gold/enamel/diamond pendant, Indian, mesh chain necklace (est. $400-$600) $18,400. 
  • Lot 414: Enamel, diamond/ simulated pearl torsade bracelet (est.$500-$600) $17,250. 
  • Lot 415: Gold/diamond/enamel pendant, late 19th century (est. $740-$1,000) $25,875. 
  • Lot 416: Gold/cameo/enamel/diamond bracelet (est. $5,000-$7,000), $43,125. 
  • Lot 417: Ruby/diamond/ivory Cruciform pendant (est. $200-$300) $31,050. 
  • Lot 418: Gold/enamel cross pendant, Russian, early 20th century (est. 4300-$400) $17,250. 
  • Lot 419: Silver/gold/enamel cruciform pendant, late 19th century (est. 4600-$800) $26,450. 
  • Lot 420: Gold/hardstone worry beads (est. $400-$600) $29,900. 
  • Lot 421: Diamond bird brooch, late 19th century (est. ($2,000-$3,000) $25,875. 
  • Lot 422: Diamond and enameled miniature brooch, late 19th century (est. ($2,000-$3,000) $68,500. 
  • Lot 423: Pair diamond chandelier earrings, 18th century (est. $3,000-$4,000) $43,125. 
  • Lot 424: Miniature of young boy, possibly Louis, Dauphin of France, circa 1745 (est. $800-$1,200) $34,500. 
  • Lot 425: Faberge gold silver/diamond hair ornament (est. $7,000-$9,000) $63,000. 
  • Lot 426: Cabochon garnet/diamond flower brooch (est. $12,000-$15,000) $145,500. 
  • Lot 427: Gold/enamel/diamond snake bangle bracelet, mid19th century (est. $5,000-$7,000) $37,375. 
  • Lot 428: Gold/enamel tiger bangle bracelet, late 19th century (est. $6,00-$8,000) $96,000. 
  • Lot 429: Pair reverse-tinted crystal intaglio fox cufflinks, with gilt metal riding-crop bar brooch (est. ($300-$400) $17,250. 
  • Lot 430: Diamond and Plique-a-Jour Enamel Butterfly Brooch (est. $15,000-$20,000) $51,750. 
  • Lot 431: Kunzite and Diamond Ring (est. $6,000-8,000) $415,000. 
  • Lot 432: Gold Key Pendant, Tiffany and Co. (est. $200-$300) $34,500. 
  • Lot 433: Coral and Diamond Flower Brooch and Matching Earclips, Van Cleef & Arpels, Paris (est. $15,000- $20,000) $123,500. 
  • Lot 434: Pair of Eighteen-Karat Gold and Ruby "Moon" Earclips, Lalaounis, Greece, 1969 (est. $1,000-$1,200) $112,500. 
  • Lot 435: Gold, Ruby and Diamond Pill Box (est. $3,000-$4,000) $43,125. 
  • Lot 436: Cabochon Emerald, Ruby and Diamond Brooch, Van Cleef & Arpels, New York (est. $5,000-$7,000) $65,750. 
  • Lot 437: Pair of Cabochon emerald/diamond pendants (est. $15,000-$20,000) $96,000. 
  • Lot 438: Eighteen-Karat Gold, Sapphire and Diamond Table Clock, Van Cleef & Arpels, New York, circa 1956 (est. $7,500-$10,000) $129,000. 
  • Lot 439: Pear-shaped diamond ring (est. $60,000-$70,000) $156,500. 
  • Lot 440: Ruby and diamond ring, Van Cleef & Arpels, a wedding present from Ari (est. $20,000-$30,000) $288,500. 
  • Lot 441: Group of 11 unmounted round diamonds (est. $500-$700) $17,250. 
  • Lot 442: Diamond and emerald drop necklace, Van Cleef & Arpels, an engagement gift from Ari (est. $100,000-$125,000) $277,500. 
  • Lot 443: Cabochon emerald and diamond ring, Van Cleef & Arpels, N.Y., late 1960s (est. $10,000-$15,000) $85,000. 
  • Lot 444: Pair of cabochon ruby and diamond pendant earclips, Van Cleef & Arpels, a wedding gift from Ari (est. $25,000-$35,000) $360,000. 
  • Lot 445: Cabochon ruby and diamond ring, mid-1960s (est. $4,000-$6,000) $101,500. 
  • Lot 446: 18K carved coral and diamond horse bracelet, Van Cleef & Arpels, France (est. $10,000-$15,000) $123,500. 
  • Lot 447: Ruby and emerald bead and diamond necklace, Van Cleef & Arpels, Paris (est. $60,000-$80,000) $156,500. 
  • Lot 448: Pair of emerald bead, cabochon ruby, diamond and culture pearl pendant earclips, David Webb (est. $20,000-$30,000) $85,000. 
  • Lot 449: 18K gold and coral mythical figure sculpture, David Webb, 1966 (est. $8,000-$12,000) $68,500. 
  • Lot 450: Ruby and diamond necklace, Van Cleef & Arpels, N.Y. (est. $75,000-$100,000) $250,000. 
  • Lot 451: Pair of gold cuff bangle-bracelets, Van Cleef & Arpels (est. $1,500-$2,000) $167,500. 
  • Lot 452: Cabochon colored stone and diamond pendant necklace, Van Cleef & Arpels, N.Y., a wedding gift from Ari (est. $75,000-$100,000) $288,500. 
  • Lot 453: Lesotho III diamond ring, Harry Winston (est. $500,000-$600,000) $2,587,500.
  •  Lot 454: Simulated triple-strand pearl necklace (pre-sale estimate, $500-$700). Sale price: $211,500 
  • Lot 455: Simulated ruby and emerald bead and pearl torsade necklace (est. $300-$400). $24,150 
  • Lot 456: Gilt metal and 'emerald' earclips; two green glass bead necklaces (est. $300-$400). $20,700 
  • Lot 457: Gilt metal station necklace, hook closure stamped Chanel (est. $300-$400). $14,950 
  • Lot 458: Pair of gilt metal and simulated pearl button earclips, backs stamped Chanel (est. $200-$300). $7,475 
  • Lot 459: Two yellow metal necklaces and a pair of earclips (est. $100-$150). $8,625 
  • Lot 460: Four bracelets (est. $200-300). $12,650 
  • Lot 461: Two simulated pearl necklaces; 2 simulated diamond and pearl earclips (est. $250-$350). $112,500 
  • Lot 462: Simulated pearl necklace and two pairs of earclips (est. $150-$250). $24,150 
  • Lot 463: Five bead necklaces (est. $300-$400). $9,200 
  • Lot 464: Two pairs of shell-form earclips, one by Kenneth Jay Lane (est. $400-$600) $25,300 
  • Lot 465: Simulated turquoise and mother-of-pearl jewelry (est. $150-$250). $10,925 
  • Lot 466: Four watches (est. $400-$500). $13,800 
  • Lot 467: Dramatic simulated colored stone bib necklace (est. $400-$500). $25,875 
  • Lot 468: Two gilt metal necklaces (est. $300-$400). $19,550 
  • Lot 469: Two pairs of gilt metal earrings (est. $150-$250). $12,650 
  • Lot 470: Five pairs of gilt metal hoop earclips, one by Lanvin, one by Napier (est. $300-$400). $11,500 
  • Lot 471: Gilt metal cuff bracelet and bangle bracelet, the cuff by Kenneth Jay Lane (est. $150-$200). $13,800 
  • Lot 472: Four chokers (est. $150-$200). $9,200 
  • Lot 473: Four tribal-style necklaces, one stamped Made in Kenya (est. $350-$450) $20,700 
  • Lot 474: A gilt pectoral and a silver-gilt armlet (est. $250-$350). $6,325 
  • Lot 475: Two gilt chain belts, one by Yves Saint Laurent (est. $300-$400). $12,650 
  • Lot 476: Gilt metal belt (est. $250-$350). $5,175 
  • Lot 477: Coin necklace and a coin pendant, necklace by Yves Saint Laurent (est. $150-$250). $24,150 
  • Lot 478: Gold coin necklace (est. $1,200-$1,500). $19,550 
  • Lot 479: Silver and hardstone jewelry (est. $600-$800). $8,625 
  • Lot 480: Four silver pendants and three metal bead necklaces (est. $350-$450). $6,325 
  • Lot 481: Three multi-color bead necklaces (est. $300-$400). $6,900 
  • Lot 482: A silver belt (est. $400-$500). $5,750 
  • Lot 483: Two hinged bangle bracelets, India or North Africa (est. $300-$400). $8,050 
  • Lot 484: Sterling silver St. Christopher medal inscribed J.F.K. and J.L.W.J.C., w/ silver child length chain (est. $150-$200) $13,800 
  • Lot 485: Bedouin jewelry (est. $400-$600) $6,900 
  • Lot 486: Bangle bracelets (est. $150-$200). $13,800 
  • Lot 487: Ivory and ebony jewelry (est. $500-$700). $14,950 
  • Lot 488: Four bead necklaces (est. $200-$250). $6,900 
  • Lot 489: Two gilt metal pendants and a belt buckle, the buckle by Mary McFadden (est. $250-$350). $14,375 
  • Lot 490: Pair of gilt metal earclips and two gilt metal chain necklaces (est. $300-$400). $12,650 
  • Lot 491: Three bead necklaces (est. $300-$400). $19,550 
  • Lot 492: Two simulated ivory bead necklaces and a pair of simulated ivory earclips (est. $400-$500). $7,475 
  • Lot 493: Five necklaces (est. $250-$350). $7,475 
  • Lot 494: Simulated black pearl, rock crystal and gold bead multi-strand necklace and simulated pearl earclips (est. $150-$250). $17,250 
  • Lot 495: Two simulated pearl necklaces and a pair of simulated diamond earclips (est. $400-$500). $39,100 
  • Lot 496: Pair of simulated pearl and diamond earclips and two pendants (est. $250-$350). $8,625 
  • Lot 497: Simulated pearl and emerald brooch, probably French (est. $250-$350). $6,325 
  • Lot 498: A coral and mother-of-pearl brooch (est. $200-$300). $5,750 
  • Lot 499: Animal and insect jewelry (est. $400-$500). $10,925 
  • Lot 500: Gilt metal and simulated diamond necklace and a pair of dress clips (est. $200-$300). $8,050 
  • Lot 501: Gilt metal and simulated coral bead chain necklace and 'pearl' earclips (est. $400-$500). $5,750 
  • Lot 502: Gilt metal and white bead necklace, Kenneth Jay Lane (est. $200-$300). $6,900 
  • Lot 503: Gilt metal and simulated colored stone choker-necklace (est. $300-$400). $9,775 
  • Lot 504: Three pairs of gilt metal earclips (est. $300-$400). $7,475 
  • Lot 505: Black and grey bead multi-strand choker (est. $100-$150). $11,500 
  • Lot 506: Simulated diamond and jet brooch and two pairs of earclips (est. $300-$400). $6,325 
  • Lot 507: A black bead necklace and a pair of simulated diamond earclips (est. $300-$400). $21,850 
  • Lot 508: Gilt metal bead and simulated diamond jewelry, Coppola & Toppo, Italy (est. $500-$700). $18,400 
  • Lot 509: Misc. jewelry (est. $150-$200). $5,175 
  • Lot 510: Two pairs of silvered metal earclips (est. $200-$300) $12,650 
  • Lot 511: Simulated hematite bead necklace (est. $150-$250). $13,800 
  • Lot 512: Three necklaces (est. $400-$600). $14,950 
  • Lot 513: 'Pearl' necklace and a pair of simulated diamond and pearl earclips (est. $400-$500). $76,750 
  • Lot 514: Simulated pearl and crystal bead tassel necklace, France (est. $150-$250). $10,350 
  • Lot 515: Two pairs of gilt metal pendant earclips (est. $150-$250). $10,350 
  • Lot 516: Three gilt bead necklaces and gilt metal earclips, Kenneth Jay Lane (est. $200-$300). $10,350 
  • Lot 517: Two pairs of gilt metal earclips and a pendant necklace (est. $300-$400). $10,925 
  • Lot 518: Silk rope and simulated stone necklace and matching earclips (est. $500-$600). $10,350 
  • Lot 519: Two silk rope and simulated stone necklaces, probably Essage Design (est. $500-$600). $27,600 
  • Lot 520: Gilt metal and simulated pearl necklace and gilt metal and simulated diamond earclips, the earclips by Kenneth Jay Lane (est. $200-$300). $10,350 
  • Lot 521: Two simulated pearl necklaces and two pairs of gilt metal earclips (est. $400-$500). $85,000 
  • Lot 522: Simulated turquoise, emerald and diamond necklace (est. $100-$150). $48,875 
  • Lot 523: Simulated diamond bangle bracelet and two pairs of earclips (est. $200-$300). $7,475 
  • Lot 524: Silver buckle belt and simulated diamond and ruby buckle belt (est. $400-$500). $7,475 
  • Lot 525: Simulated pearl and diamond earclips and simulated grey baroque pearl necklace, the earclips by Chanel (est. $200-$300). $57,500 
  • Lot 526: Two pairs of simulated diamond and emerald earclips, Kenneth Jay Lane (est. $300-$400). $18,400 
  • Lot 527: Two pairs of gilt metal and simulated diamond earclips, missing stones (est. $200-$300) $27,600 
  • Lot 528: Simulated diamond and sapphire earclips and dress clip (est. $250-$350). $25,300 
  • Lot 529: Pair of simulated diamond cluster earclips and a flower brooch (est. $400-$500). $17,250 
  • Lot 530: Pair of simulated turquoise, amethyst and diamond dress clips (est. $300-$400). $12,650 
  • Lot 531: Silver and niello belt (est. $500-$700). $8,625 
  • Lot 532: Silver belt (est. $400-$600). $18,400 
  • Lot 533: Two simulated colored stone and gilt metal pendants, one made in France (est. $250-$350). $7,475 
  • Lot 534: Two gilt metal and colored bead station necklaces (est. $100-$200). $9,775 
  • Lot 535: Three metal chain necklaces (est. $250-$350). $6,900 
  • Lot 536: Four cross pendants (est. $400-$500). $14,950 
  • Lot 537: Four cross pendants (est. $400-$500). $34,500 
  • Lot 538: Silver cross necklaces (est. $400-$600). $18,400 
  • Lot 539: Three simulated gem-set chains (est. $150-$250). $7,475 
  • Lot 540: Gilt metal cross brooch and pendant cross necklace (est. $200-$300). $40,250 
  • Lot 541: Tiffany sterling silver ballpoint pen and silver cigarette holder (est. $75-$100). $14,950 
  • Lot 542: Simulated diamond brooch and bangle bracelet, Kenneth Jay Lane (est. $400-$600). $19,550 
  • Lot 543: Group of gilt metal and simulated diamond jewelry (est. $400-$500). $19,550 
  • Lot 544: Simulated diamond and crystal necklace and two pairs of simulated diamond earclips, Yves Saint Laurent (est. $500-$600) $18,400 
  • Lot 545: Simulated black pearl torsade necklace and earclips (est. $400-$500). $20,700 
  • Lot 546: Simulated seed pearl and diamond bracelet, Mimi de Niscemi; simulated diamond and colored stone earclips, (est. $300-$400). $23,000 
  • Lot 547: Two pairs of simulated diamond and colored stone earclips (est. $300-$400). $9,775 
  • Lot 548: Two pairs of simulated diamond and colored stone earclips (est. $300-$400). $12,650 
  • Lot 549: Silver gilt belt, Cartier (est. $500-$700) $27,600 
  • Lot 550: Gilt metal and simulated colored stone chain necklace, Chanel ($400-$600) $8,050 
  • Lot 551: Gilt filigree and simulated pearl and stone necklace, Chanel (est. $600-$800) $16,100 
  • Lot 552: Black 'stone' bead double-strand necklace, worn by Jackie when JFK announced his candidacy for president (est. $200-$300) $101,500 
  • Lot 553: Vermeil and pale green stone necklace and matching earclips, Mark Spirito (est. $600-$800). $17,250 
  • Lot 554: Simulated turquoise, diamond and ruby necklace, bracelet and brooch (est. $500-$700). $42,550 
  • Lot 555: Simulated pearl and diamond bead necklace and matching earclips (est. $400-$500). $28,750 
  • Lot 556: Pair of yellow 'Gypsy' bangle bracelets (est. $300-$500). $29,900 
  • Lot 557: Two pairs of simulated diamond and colored stone earclips (est. $300-$400). $19,550 
  • Lot 558: Two pairs of simulated diamond and colored stone earclips (est. $300-$400). $16,100 
  • Lot 559: Simulated diamond and stone necklace and matching earclips (est. $1,000-$1,500). $90,500 
  • Lot 559A: Gilt-metal basketweave holder, mid-late 19th century (est. $20-$40). $6,325 
  • Lot 559B: French silver-gilt toothbrush box with cover, early 20th century (est. $120-$180). $8,050 
  • Lot 559C: Set of four glass scent flasks in leather case (est. $50-$100). $8,050 
  • Lot 559D: Five silver-mounted cut-glass scent flasks (est. $150-$200). $7,475 
  • Lot 559E: Two brass tobacco boxes, Dutch and English, 19th century (est. $80-$120). $6,325 
  • Lot 559F: 19th century pine milking stool, with child's bench and stool (est. $300-$400). $6,325 
  • Lot 559G: Three patchwork pillows from White House fabric (est. $400-$600). $16,100 
  • Lot 559H: Late George III silkwork picture (est. $400-$600). $5,175 
  • Lot 559I: Ten flower decorated porcelain cups and 12 saucers (est. $50-$75). $6,900 
  • Lot 559J: Currier & Ives lithograph of Washington ($600-$800). $4,600 
  • Lot 559K: Four 45-rpm records, including Sinatra (est. $60-$80). $3,450 
  • Lot 559L: Four 45-rpm records (est. $80-$100). $3,910 
  • Lot 559M: Lacquered burlap coffee table (est. $200-$300). $17,250 
  • Lot 559N: ''Mao Dead,'' 1976: Andy Warhol-autographed copy of the New York Post (est. $200-$300). $7,762 
  • Lot 559O: A horse and a groom, circle of Adrien Van De Velde (est. $1,500-$2,000). $4,600 
  • Lot 559P: Woman riding a horse, American school, 20th century (est. $150-$200). $4,312 
  • Lot 559Q: Portrait of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, in pencil, by Lily Cushing (est. $150-$200). $28,750 
  • Lot 559S: Patiently Waiting, Michele, reproduction signed in pencil (est. $50-$75). $4,312 
  • Lot 559T: The First Family, Peggy Burrows (est. $200-$300). $17,250 
  • Lot 559U: Clown, Woman, Horse, Walt Kuhn, signed watercolor with pen and ink (est. $800-$1,200). $5,750 
  • Lot 559V: Ommaggio a Jacqueline Kennedy, watercolor and pencil (est. $250-$300). $4,887 
  • Lot 559W: Untitled (Desert Station), Michael Flanagan (est. $150-$200). $4,600 
  • Lot 559X: Reproduction of a painting of a woman lying in a bed (est. $25-$50). $4,255 
  • Lot 559Y: Banque de France and Timbre Royal (est. $50-$75). $6,900 
  • Lot 559Z: Botticelli Judith, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, watercolor over etching (est. $200-$300). $24,150 
  • Lot 560: Russian silver-gilt bonbonniere, late 18th century (est. $700-$900). $8,050 
  • Lot 561: Russian silver-gilt and niello vodka cup, Moscow 1882 (est. $500-$700). $8,050 
  • Lot 562: Gold-mounted bloodstone bonbonniere, 19th century (est. $2,000-$3,000). $14,950 
  • Lot 563: 22-karat gold and enamel Byzantine style icon roundel, 20th century (est. $700-$900). $5,462 
  • Lot 564: Swiss gold and enamel zarf, Geneva, circa 1830 (est. $2,500-$3,500). $11,500 
  • Lot 565: German enamel snuff box, circa 1765 (est. $700-$900). $14,950 
  • Lot 566: French gold-mounted agate snuff box, Gabriel Gallois, Paris, 1743 (est. $4,000-$6,000). $13,800 
  • Lot 567: Greek icon triptych, 18th century (est. $1,200-$1,500). $5,175 
  • Lots 568-569: Two Austrian silver/translucent enamel table clocks, early 1900s (both est. $1,000-$1,500). $48,875 and $57,500 
  • Lot 570: Two matching French silver-gilt beakers, one Theodore Tonnellier, 1819-38, the other possibly the same, Paris (est. $250-$450). $11,500 
  • Lot 571: A pair of silver-gilt salt cellars and a pair of Russian silver-gilt liners to fit (est. $500-$700). $6,900 
  • Lot 572: A pair of American silver salt cellars and a pair of English electroplate pepperettes, all early 20th century (est. $80-$120). $8,050 
  • Lot 573: Three English electroplate salt cellars, Barker Brothers Silversmiths Ltd., of Birmingham, early 20th century (est. $50-$80). $6,325 
  • Lot 574: Victorian silver ewer, J. Smyth, Dublin, 1867 (est. $1,500-$2,500). $34,500 
  • Lot 575: American silver trophy two-handled cup won by Mrs. J.V. Bouvier III, Mr. and Mrs. A. Biddle Duke, 1938 (est. $1,200-$1,500). $18,400 
  • Lot 576: Trophy cup inscribed to Mrs. John V. Bouvier III and others (est. $1,500-$2,000). $19,550 
  • Lot 577: Trophy cup inscribed to J.V. Bouvier III (est.$650-$850). $12,650 
  • Lot 578: George III silver dinner plate, Paul Crespin, London, 1732 (est. $500-$700). $13,800 
  • Lot 579: Riding trophy, a silver tray (est. $75-$150). $11,500 
  • Lot 580: Riding trophy, a silver bowl (est. $250-$500). $14,950 
  • Lots 581-587: Several silver goblets, all riding trophies (est. $100-$150 each). Sold for $4,600-$5,750 
  • Lot 588: Electroplate dressing table mirror, 20th century (est. $400-$600). $19,550 
  • Lot 589: Silver-gilt and cut-glass dresser set, Continental, 19th century (est. $1,800-$2,200). $28,750 
  • Lot 590: George III silver soup ladle, Eley & Fearn, London, 1800 (est. $500-$600). $11,500 
  • Lot 591: Pair of English electroplate berry spoons, circa 1890 (est. $40-$80). $9,775 
  • Lot 592: Victorian silver paper knife, George Unite & Sons, Birmingham; the blade, 1888; the handle, 1889 (est. $300-$400). $12,075 
  • Lot 593: American silver ashtray, maker's mark B&M, 1956-57 (est. $150-$200). $21,850 
  • Lot 594: Fourteen American silver ashtrays (est. $400-$600). $27,600 
  • Lot 595: Twelve American silver ashtrays, maker's mark a monogram, circa 1950 (est. $150-$200). $42,550 
  • Lot 596: Silver cigarette lighter, Fisher Silversmiths Inc., N.J and N.Y., mid-20th century (est. $150-$200). $9,775 
  • Lot 597: American silver candy dish, Gorham Mfg. Co., mid 20th century (est. $150-$200). $29,900 
  • Lot 598: Electroplate vegetable dish, liner and covers, English, circa 1950 (est. $50-$100). $6,900 
  • Lot 599: Indian enameled gold box, Jaipur, late 19th-early 20th century (est. $2,000-$3,000). $14,950

Source: USA TODAY, April 29, 1996

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