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Lots 600 - 1195

Lots 600 - 1195

Winning Bids from Sotheby's 1996 Onassis Auction

Lots 600 - 1195:

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

  • Lot 600: Four engraved aquatints from Select Views of India by William Hodges (est. $4,000-$6,000). $24,725 
  • Lot 601: Architectural study of the private audience hall in the Red Fort of Delhi, Company School, circa 1820-30 (est.$25,00-$3,500). $19,550 
  • Lot 602: Architectural study of a lake pavilion, Company School, 19th century (est. $700-$1,000) $5,750 
  • Lot 603: Illustration from the Khamsa by Amir Khusrau Dihvali, circa 15th century (est. $2,500-$3,500) $7,475 
  • Lot 604: Illustration from the Akbarnama, the child Akbar wrestling w/his cousin Ibrahim Mirza for a drum, Mughal circa 1590 (est. $15,000-$20,000). $19,550 
  • Lot 605: Illustration from the Akbarnama, the Mughal Emperor Humayun watching hockey and wolf-running at Tabriz in 1544 (est. $15,000-$20,000). $19,550 
  • Lot 606: Two ladies in discussion on a palace terrace, provincial Mughal, possibly Oudh School, late 18th century (est. $1,500-$2,500). $6,037 
  • Lot 607: Princess entertained by two female musicians, provincial Mughal, possibly Oudh School, circa 1760 (est. $2,000-$3,000). $6,900 
  • Lot 608: Portrait of a stallion with his groom, Mewar School, circa 1760 (est. $1,500-$2,000). $7,475 
  • Lot 609: Baz Bahadur and Rupmati hunting in a landscape, Bundi School, circa 1770 (est. $2,500-$3,500). $11,500 
  • Lot 610: Maharana Ari Singh and a Nobleman hunting wild boar, Rajastan, Mewar School, circa 1760 (est. $2,000-$3,000). $10,350 
  • Lot 611: Portrait of Maharaja Pratap Singh of Jaipur, Jaipur School, late 18th century (est. $500-$700) $4,600 
  • Lot 612: Lady on a terrace feeding a parakeet, Guler School, circa 1770 (est. $7,000-$10,000). $20,700 
  • Lot 613: A ruler and his mistress strolling by a pool in a garden enclosure, Guler School, circa 1800-1810 (est. $20,000-$30,000). $23,000 
  • Lot 614: Two women celebrating the Festival of Holi on a palace terrace, Kangra School, circa 1830 (est. $3,000-$5,000). $9,200 
  • Lot 615: A lady playing with a peacock on a terrace, Garhwal School, early 1800s (est. $1,500-$2,500) $5,750 
  • Lot 615A: Painting of a gentleman and five ladies, provincial Mughal, 19th cent. (est. $1,000-$1,500). $6,900 
  • Lot 616: A lady enticing a peacock, Kangra School, circa 1800 (est. $15,000-$20,000). $34,500 
  • Lot 617: South Indian reverse glass painting, Tanjore, 19th century (est. $300-$500). $9,200 
  • Lot 618: Eight reverse glass paintings of dancing courtesans, Tanjore, 19th century (est. $3,000-$5,000). $14,950 
  • Lot 619: The Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb as a prince, spearing a raging elephant before his father, Delhi School, 20th century (est. $700-$1,000). $11,500 
  • Lot 620: Illustration from a manuscript of poetry, Persia, early 20th century (est. $500-$700). $4,600 
  • Lot 621: A warrior on horseback, Deccan, 18th-19th century (est. $500-$750). $5,175 
  • Lot 622: A princely couple on a terrace, Delhi, late 19th-early 20th century (est. $2,500-$3,500). $6,325 
  • Lot 623: A Thai clay votive tablet, Lopburi Region, circa 13th century (est. 500-$700). $6,900 
  • Lot 624: An Indian polychrome wood figure of a maharaja, 19th century (est. $1,000-$1,500). $12,650 
  • Lot 625: A Thai gold jar, Ratanakosin Period, 18th century (est. $3,000-$4,000). $32,200 
  • Lot 626: A Thai gold spice box and cover, Bangkok, 19th century (est. $400-$600). $43,125 
  • Lot 627: Italian marble medallion relief, 19th century (est. $12,000-$18,000) $63,000 
  • Lot 628: Hellenistic marble head of a goddess, circa 2nd-1st century B.C. (est. $2,00-$3,000). $17,250 
  • Lot 629: Roman marble head of a man circa mid 3rd century (est. $7,000-$10,000) $34,500 
  • Lot 630: Roman marble torso of a god or hero, circa 2nd century (est. $10,000-$15,000) $57,500 
  • Lot 631: Roman marble Hekateion finial, circa 2nd century (est. $3,000-$5,000) $18,400 
  • Lot 632: Greek terracotta figure of Dionysos, Tarentine, 4th century B.C. (est. $3,000-$5,000) $7,475 
  • Lot 633: Greek terracotta figure of a youth, Boeotia, 3rd century B.C. (est. $2,000-$3,000) $17,250 
  • Lot 634: Roman bronze figure of Hygeia, circa 1st century (est. $6,000-$9,000) $18,400 
  • Lot 635: Roman bronze figure of Aphrodite, circa 1st-2nd century (est. $4,000-$6,000) $9,775 
  • Lot 636: Roman bronze figure of a horse, circa 3rd century (est. $1,500-$2,500) $16,100 
  • Lot 637: Roman bronze handle, circa 1st century A.D. (est. $2,000-$3,000) $16,100 
  • Lot 638: Two pots (est. $500-$800) $10,925 
  • Lot 639: Egyptian bronze figure of Nefertum, Late Period, 716-30 B.C. (est. $200-$300) $9,775 
  • Lot 640: Egyptian bronze figure of Osiris, Late Period, 716-30 B.C. (est. $200-$300) $12,650 
  • Lot 641: Egyptian banded alabaster jar, 2360-2195 B.C. (est. $6,000-$9,000) $40,250 
  • Lot 642: Greek terracotta figure of a woman, Boeotia, circa 3rd century B.C. (est. $6,000-$9,000) $24,150 
  • Lot 643: Greek terracotta figure of Aphrodite, circa late 4th century B.C. (est. $4,000-$6,000) $35,650 
  • Lot 645: Fragmentary Persian luster-ware cup,Seljuk, early 13th century A.D. (est. $400-$600) $6,325 
  • Lot 646: Small painted Neolithic jar, Machang type, Yangshao Culture (est. $300-$350) $3,220 
  • Lot 647: Five pieces of ethnographic jewelry (est. $1,000-$1,500) $12,650 
  • Lot 648: Oliver Smith's decor design for Camelot (est. $1,000-$1,500) $43,125 
  • Lot 649: Oliver Smith's decor design for the embassy in My Fair Lady (est. $1,000-$1,500) $12,650 
  • Lot 650: Gentleman on Horseback by a Gothic Folly, British School, 20th century (est. $200-$300) $8,625 
  • Lot 651: Oliver Smith's decor for The Sleeping Beauty (est. $1,000-$1,500) $14,950 
  • Lot 652: Christian Berard, Etude (est. $1,000-$1,500). $4,600 
  • Lot 653: Madeline Hewes' Arab in Desert Seated on Carpet with Tiger, was in White House and Jackie's residence (est. $300-$400) $43,700 
  • Lot 654: Madeline Hewes' Catfish Creek (est. $300-$500). $29,900 
  • Lot 655: Sorines Mentor, Sans Titre (est. $600-$800). $10,350 
  • Lot 656: Philome Obin, Paradis Terrestre Apres Je Peche (est. $5,000-$7,000). $6,,900 
  • Lot 657: Charles Baskerville, Guardians of the Portal of the Temple, Rajasthan, India (est. $800-$1,200). $23,000 
  • Lot 658: Prefete Duffaut, Sans Titre (est. $800-$1,200). $6,900 
  • Lot 659: Indian art, history and culture, 36 books (est. $700-$1,000). $3,450 
  • Lot 660: Indian Art, 29 books,chiefly on miniatures, drawing and painting (est. $700-$1,000). $3,450 
  • Lot 661: Jackson, A.V. Williams, ed., history of India (est. $400-$600). $2,875 
  • Lot 662: India, 17 books (est. $500-$700). $3450 
  • Lot 663: West, Edward W., ed., Diary of the late Rajah of Kolhapoor (est. $400-$600). $3,737 
  • Lot 664: Indian art, nine books (est. $600-$900). $12,650 
  • Lot 665: Indian philosophy and culture, 10 volumes (est. $400-$600). $6,900 
  • Lot 666: Indian art, 14 books (est. $500-$700). $16,100 
  • Lot 667: Indian art, 15 books (est. $400-$600). $13,225 
  • Lot 668: Layard, Austin Henry, The Monuments of Nineveh, engraved plates (est. $600-$800). $2,587 
  • Lot 669: Alsop, Joseph, From the Silent Earth, two copies, both inscribed (est. $500-$800). $5,750 
  • Lot 670: Middle Eastern art, 14 illustrated volumes (est. $300-$500). $2,587 
  • Lot 671: Antiquity: Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Early Byzantine art, 44 volumes (est. $1,000-$1,500). $5,462 
  • Lot 672: The ancient world, 32 volumes (est. $300-$500). $4,312 
  • Lot 673: The ancient world, 9 volumes (est. $400-$600). $2,875 
  • Lot 674: Asian art, 21 books (est. $1,000-$1,500). $2,300 
  • Lot 675: Parks, Fanny, Wanderings of a Pilgim, in search of the Picturesque (est. $300-$400). $3,162 
  • Lot 676: The Mediterranean and Near East, 8 volumes (est. $400-$600). $4,312 
  • Lot 677: Asia, 6 volumes (est. $100-$150). $1,437 
  • Lot 678: Oriental art, 10 volumes (est. $600-$900). $4,312 
  • Lot 679: Armand Hammer's The Quest of the Romanoff Treasure, signed by the author (est. $500-$700) $12,650 
  • Lot 680: Renaissance art, 25 volumes (est. $1,200-$1,800). $4,025 
  • Lot 681: Art and art appreciation, 14 volumes (est. $400-$600). $2,185 
  • Lot 682: Art exhibitions and collections, 17 volumes (est. $500-$700). $6,900 
  • Lot 683: Art history, Spanish and Dutch, 9 books (est. $800-$1,200). $4,025 
  • Lot 684: Modern artists, 4 volumes (est. $300-$500). $6,900 
  • Lot 685: Modern painters, 5 volumes (est. $300-$500). $6,612 
  • Lot 686: Modern photography, 4 volumes, one inscribed to Jackie by Dick (Avedon) (est. $400-$600) $8,625 
  • Lot 687: American art and artists, 6 volumes (est. $400-$600). $3,162 
  • Lot 688: Photography, 21 books (est. $400-$600). $6,037 
  • Lot 689: Modern photography, 4 volumes (est. $500-$800). $4,887 
  • Lot 690: A la Venus de Milo, five color reproductions of watercolor drawings by Auguste Rodin (est. $300-$500). $2,300 
  • Lot 691: Photography, 5 volumes (est. $400-$600). $2,587 
  • Lot 692: An attractive copy of Antonio Canaletto's complete engravings of Venice (est. $2,000-$3,000). $24,150 
  • Lot 693: Henri Alain-Fournier, Le Grand Meaulnes, (est. $300-$500). $1,725 
  • Lot 694: American art, 21 illustrated volumes (est. $800-$1,200). $2,587 
  • Lot 695: 19th century art, 11 illustrated volumes (est. $400-$600). $2,300 
  • Lot 696: Old Master paintings and drawings, 35 illustrated volumes (est. $1,500-$2,000). $9,775 
  • Lot 697: Russian and art history, 15 volumes (est. $300-$500). $3,450 
  • Lot 698: Russian art and style, 29 volumes and 22 pamphlets (est. $300-$500). $6,900 
  • Lot 699: 19th and 20th century art, 33 volumes (est. $800-$1,200). $10,350 
  • Lot 700: Art history, 49 volumes (est. $600-$800). $8,625 
  • Lot 701: Costume, handcolored engraved frontispiece (est. $800-$1,200). $6,325 
  • Lot 702: Fashion, costume, jewelry and style, 40 volumes (est. $800-$1,200). $6,325 
  • Lot 703: Ballet, dance and theatre, 23 illustrated volumes (est. $400-$600). $6,900 
  • Lot 704: Costume and fashion, 9 volumes (est. $600-$800). $8,050 
  • Lot 705: History and travel, 13 volumes, 6 signed by Mrs. Onassis (est. $600-$900). $26,450 
  • Lot 706: Art and art appreciation, 5 volumes (est. $200-$400). $5,750 
  • Lot 707: Art history and appreciation, 10 volumes (est. $400-$600). $7,475 
  • Lot 708: Decorative arts, 17 volumes (est. $800-$1,200). $8,050 
  • Lot 709: Wrightsman Collection, 5 volumes (est. $400-$600). $2,875 
  • Lot 710: American architecture, 19 volumes (est. $400-$600). $6,325 
  • Lot 710A: Seven volumes of poetry and poetic prose, some inscribed (est. $600-$800). $2,875 
  • Lot 710B: Four volumes on France, one signed by the author (est. $150-$200). $2,875 
  • Lot 710C: Three volumes on India, one inscribed (est. $100-$200). $4,887 
  • Lot 710D: Six volumes on history and biography, some inscribed (est. $200-$400). $3,162 
  • Lot 710E: Five volumes about JFK and/or the Irish, all inscribed (est. $400-$600). $4,887 
  • Lot 710F: Wilson: The Road to the White House by Arthur S. Link (est. $1,200-$1,800). $6,900 
  • Lot 710G: One Special Summer, Jacqueline and Lee Bouvier, limited edition copy (est. $100-$150). $5,175 
  • Lot 710H: Eight volumes of fiction, some inscribed (est. $300-$500). $6,325 
  • Lot 710I: Eight volumes on the arts, some inscribed (est. $200-$400). $3,737 
  • Lot 710J: Three volumes on the Kennedy administration, all inscribed (est. $200-$300). $3,450 
  • Lot 710K: Brief on civil rights and school desegregation, with bookplate of JFK (est. $800-$1,200). $2,990 
  • Lot 710L: Four books on Jackie's family and youth, some inscribed (est. $400-$600). $12,650 
  • Lot 710M: The Glory and the Dream, by William Manchester, author inscribed (est. $300-$500). $3,162 
  • Lot 710N: Folio of texts by St. Augustine of Hippo and St. Ignatius of Antioch (est. $200-$400). $1,955 
  • Lot 710P: Six volumes of Greek classics (est.$400-$600). $4,025 
  • Lot 710Q: Two volumes on French culture, both inscribed by Jackie (est. $250-$350). $3,162 
  • Lot 710R: Two volumes on Indian art, various authors (est. $200-$300). $2,760 
  • Lot 710S: Two illustrated volumes on ballet, one by Margot Fonteyn and inscribed (est. $200-$300). $13,800 
  • Lot 710T: Three volumes on poetry, all inscribed (est. $250-$350). $2,070 
  • Lot 710U: Three Hundred Masterpieces of Chinese Painting in the Palace Museum, six volume set, inscribed to JFK and Jackie (est. $400-$600). $3,737 
  • Lot 710V: Book on JFK's ancestry, plus the Kennedy coat of arms (est. $200-$300). $3,162 
  • Lot 710W: Three biographies (est. $150-$200). $4,312 
  • Lot 710X: Signed autograph note of Jean Cocteau (est. $150-$200). $4,025 
  • Lot 710Y: Robert M. La Follette, volume 2 of biography, signed by JFK (est. $1,000-$2,000). $9,775 
  • Lot 710Z: Five volumes of literary biography, various authors (est. $600-$800). $2,530 
  • Lot 711: Trumpet Honeysuckle, 19th century painting, British, in White House during Kennedy residence (est. $600-$800). $21,850 
  • Lot 712: Owl on a Rock, pen and brown ink drawing by Camilla Gandolfi. Among paintings in the Second Floor Oval Room of the White House during Kennedy residence (est. $500-$700). $23,000 
  • Lot 713: Study of a leopard, William Huggins, colored chalks and pencil on paper, signed and dated 1880 (est. $1,800-$2,500). $35,650 
  • Lot 714: Study of a leopard, attr. Daniel Maclise, pencil and charcoal on paper (est. $500-$600). $12,650 
  • Lot 715: Tiger, watercolor and pencil on paper by Charles Baskerville, inscribed (est. $500-$700). $40,250 
  • Lot 716: A painted leather screen, painted with fox hunting scenes (est. $1,500-$2,000). $24,150 
  • Lot 716A: Maple folding coaching table (est. $250-$350). $12,650 
  • Lot 717: The Yellow Horse, watercolor, 19th century American (est. $600-$800). $13,225 
  • Lot 718: Study of a soldier on horseback and another on foot, watercolor and black chalk by Charles Parrocel, 1958 (est. $2,000-$3,000). $16,100 
  • Lot 719: The Gallop to the Right Hand, pencil on paper, by James Seymour, 18th century British. (est. $800-$1,200). $6,900 
  • Lot 720: A Racehorse with Jockey Up, pencil on paper, by James Seymour. (est. $800-$1,200). $6,325 
  • Lot 721: A Groom Watering a Horse at a Trough, pencil on paper, by James Seymour. (est. $800-$1,200). $7,475 
  • Lot 722: A Canter Along the Wall of a Riding House, gouache over charcoal on paper by James Seymour, 1740 (est. $4,000-$6,000). $11,500 
  • Lot 723: A Horse Seen From the Rear, charcoal and gray wash signed and inscribed by artist G.B. Foggini (est. $3,000-$4,000). $16,100 
  • Lot 724: A Groom Mounted on Horse in a Landscape, black chalk on paper, Carle Vernet school (est. $3,000-$4,000). $8,625 
  • Lot 725: A Gray Stallion in a Landscape, charcoal on paper, Dutch, 1841 (est. $800-$1,200). $20,700 
  • Lot 726: Reverse-painting on glass, untitled, undated, depicts military figure on horseback with raised sword (est. $200-$400). $13,800 
  • Lot 727: Floss, a saddled bay hunter tied to a tree in a landscape, oil on canvas by John Nost Sartorius, British, 1789 (est. $8,000-$12,000). $25,300 
  • Lot 728: Two bays and a grey, oil on canvas, attributed to Clifton Tomson (est. $5,000-$7,000). $29,900 
  • Lot 729: A bay horse, said to be ''Flying Childers,'' with groom, by John Wootton, oil on canvas, 1721 (est. $30,000-$40,000). $40,250 
  • Lot 730: A jockey standing with a bay horse, by Peter Tillemans, watercolor, 18th century (est. $1,200-$1,800). $19,550 
  • Lot 731: A bay horse with P. Edgley up, by Peter Tillemans, oil on canvas, 20th century British (est. $600-800). $12,650 
  • Lot 732: A whippet and a King Charles spaniel on a red cushion, school of Sir Edwin Landseer, oil on canvas, was in the West Sitting Room of the White House during Kennedy residence. (est. $2,000-$4,000). $48,875 
  • Lot 733: The Cavalier's Pets, school of Sir Edwin Landseer, oil on canvas, was in the West Sitting Room of the White House during Kennedy's residence. (est. $700-$900). $43,125 
  • Lot 734: A leather hunting saddle, Stubben Riding Equipment, Switzerland (est. $300-$500). $90,500 
  • Lot 735: A leather hunting saddle, A. Pariani, Milan (est. $300-$500). $46,000 
  • Lot 736: A leather hunting saddle, London Harness Co., Boston (est. $300-$500). $34,500 
  • Lot 737: The Great Blue Heron, hand-colored etching, engraving by R. Havell (est., $30,000-$50,000). $74,000 
  • Lot 738: Herring Gull, hand-colored etching, engraving by R. Havell (est., $3,500-$4,500). $24,150 
  • Lot 739: The Violet Green Cormorant and Townsend's Cormorant, hand-colored etching, engraving by R. Havell (est., $1,800-$2,400). $14,950 
  • Lot 740: Arctic Tern, hand-colored etching, engraving by R. Havell (est., $3,000-$5,000). $11,500 
  • Lot 741: Marsh Tern, hand-colored etching, engraving by R. Havell (est., $1,500-$2,000). $9,775 
  • Lot 742: Fish specimens, two anonymous hand-colored engravings, circa 1825 (est., $500-$600). $20,700 
  • Lot 743: American Thoroughbreds, hand-colored lithograph, Currier and Ives, publishers, circa 1855 (est., $300-$400). $9,775 
  • Lot 744: Seven ornithological subjects: Spotted Grous, Curlew, Whooping Crane, Great Heron and Others, seven hand-colored engravings by J.G. Warnicke and Alexander Lawson (est., $1,200-$1,600). $29,900 
  • Lot 745: Still life, watercolor on linen, 19th/20th century American (est., $300-$500). $11,500 
  • Lot 746: A parrot on a fruit branch, Victorian needlework, 19th century, among White House furnishings during Kennedy residence (est., $300-$500). $18,400 
  • Lot 747: Calligraphic specimen picture of a bird, signed ''Chas.'' (est., $300-$500). $7,475 
  • Lot 748: Ship on rough seas, watercolor, 19th century American (est., $150-$300). $12,650 
  • Lot 749: Disbrow Cottage in Mamaroneck, oil on panel, by Junius B. Stearns, American, 1838 (est., $150-$300). $20,700 
  • Lot 750: View on the Hudson toward Bear Mountain, with a paddle-wheeler at the center, oil on canvas, 19th/20th century American (est., $300-$500). $16,100 
  • Lot 751: House by a Lake, oil on board, American, 1898 (est., $100-$200). $13,800 
  • Lot 752 Engraved Srimshaw Whalebone Busk, New England, 19th century, depicts a horse and geometrical shapes (est., $700-$900). $7,475 
  • Lot 753 A Carved and Painted Wood Half Hull Model of the ''Wianno, Sr.'' (est., $800-$1,200). $5,750 
  • Lot 754: Golf clubs: a set of Ben Hogan Power Thrust irons (est. $700-$900). $387,500 
  • Lot 755: Golf clubs: a set of MacGregor woods (est. $700-$900). $772,500 
  • Lot 756: A MacGregor 147 putter, ''The Krook'' (est. $200-$300). $65,750 
  • Lot 757: A Robot K-44 putter (est. $200-$300). $63,000 
  • Lot 758: A Swiss 'Golf-Sport' stroke counter (est. $50-$100). $28,750 
  • Lot 758A: Three leather club head covers with initials JFK (est. $100-$150). $34,500 
  • Lot 759: Portrait of John F. Kennedy, Elaine De Kooning (est. $1,500-$2,500). $51,750 
  • Lot 760: Portrait of John F. Kennedy, Elaine De Kooning (est. $1,500-$2,500) $63,000 
  • Lot 761: Handcolored lithograph of the Battle of New Orleans 1815 (est. $300-$400). $10,350 
  • Lot 762: Cartoon ink and wash drawing by Frank Dahl (est. $500-$700). $10,350 
  • Lot 763: Color photo of the Earth from Apollo 10, signed by crew to Aristotle Onassis (est. $500-$700). $39,100 
  • Lot 764: Lapel pins representing 29 countries (est. $200-$300). $8,625 
  • Lot 765: ID used by JFK and staff on presidential trips (est. $2,000-$3,000) $63,000 
  • Lot 766: Eleven Kennedy half-dollars (est. $200-$300). $8,050 
  • Lot 766A: Nikon 35mm SLR camera (est. $300-$500). $11,500 
  • Lot 766B: Argus model 708 Super-8 video camera (est. $50-$80). $3,162 
  • Lot 766C: Rolleiflex Rangefinder camera (est. $200-$300). $11,500 
  • Lot 767: Facsimile autograph letter from Thomas Jefferson to Mr. Norvell, presented by Pierre Salinger to JFK (est. $300-$500) $12,650 
  • Lot 768: Virginia photo, a Christmas present from Lady Bird Johnson and the President (est. $200-$300). $13,800 
  • Lot 769: Engraved wedding announcement for Grover Cleveland (est. $200-$300). $5,750 
  • Lot 770: Seven volumes about Abraham Lincoln, (est. $300-$500). $8,050 
  • Lot 771: A King's Story: The Memoirs of the Duke of Windsor, presentation copy to JFK, signed by the Duke (est. $1,000-$1,500) $74,000 
  • Lot 772: The Cambridge Modern History, 11 volumes (est. $1,000-$1,500). $6,900 
  • Lot 773: Five volumes on World War I, each bears the presidential bookplate of John F. Kennedy (est. $600-$800). $5,175 
  • Lot 774: European politics and policy, 3 volumes (est. $800-$1,200). $5,750 
  • Lot 775: Modern warfare and armament, 4 volumes (est. $1,500-$2,500). $6,900 
  • Lot 776: European politics and policy, 3 volumes (est. $800-$1,200). $5,750 
  • Lot 777: Memoirs of Napolean Bonaparte, 3 volumes (est. $400-$600). $7,475 
  • Lot 778: JFK's copy of the Federal Constitution, one of 800, bearing his presidential bookplate (est. $800-$1,200). $14,950 
  • Lot 779: Sports, 6 volumes (est. $500-$800). $6,900 
  • Lot 780: Encyclopaedia Britannica, 24 (of 25) volumes (est. $500-$700). $25,300 
  • Lot 781: Viscount d'Abernon, photographic portrait plate of General Weygand, text maps, folding maps (est. $1,000-$1,500). $25,300 
  • Lot 782: Congress of the United States, 3 volumes (est. $800-$1,200). $5,175 
  • Lot 783: Encyclopaedia Britannica World Atlas, (est. $400-$600). $40,250 
  • Lot 784: Philosophy and religion, 6 volumes (est. $1,000-$1,500). $6,325 
  • Lot 785: A group of 10 volumes chiefly about American presidents (est. $500-$700). $8,050 
  • Lot 786: The White House and the presidency, group of 16 volumes (est. $300-$500). $7,475 
  • Lot 787: The White House, 12 volumes (est. $800-$1,200). $6,900 
  • Lot 788: Seventeen books on the White House (est $600-$800) $12,650 
  • Lot 789: Six books about the White House (est. $200-$300). $6,900 
  • Lot 790: A fine French book of President Kennedy's famous speeches (est. $600-$800). $7,475 
  • Lot 791: A book of photo reproductions of the Kennedy Inauguration (est. $400-$600). $6,900 
  • Lot 792: Twenty-two books by or about JFK (est. $800-$1,200). $5,175 
  • Lot 793: Twenty-three books on JFK (est. $500-$700). $11,500 
  • Lot 794: Looking Outward, by Adlai Stevenson, preface by JFK. Presentation copy from Stevenson. (est. $1,500-$2,000) $23,000 
  • Lot 795: Three books on American history (est. $600-$800). $10,350 
  • Lot 796: Four books on American literature (est. $800-$1,200). $5,750 
  • Lot 797: Literature: Anthologies and Criticism, 4 volumes (est. $600-$800). $5,750 
  • Lot 798: Seven books on literature (est. $800-$1,200). $4,600 
  • Lot 799: Six autobiographies (est. $800-$1,200). $4,887 
  • Lot 800: Seven autobiographies (est. $1,000-$1,500). $4,887 
  • Lot 801: Four volumes on American politics and policy bearing the presidental bookplate of John F. Kennedy. (est. $1,000-$1,500). $8,050 
  • Lot 802: Seven volumes on the Kennedy presidency inscribed or presented to Mrs. Onassis, one to President Kennedy (est $500-$700). $12,650 
  • Lot 803: Twenty-one volumes of memories and memorials of President Kennedy (est. $400-$600). $13,800 
  • Lot 804: Six volumes on American politics inscribed to Mrs. Onassis (est. $400-$600). $7,475 
  • Lot 805: JFK stereo albums. (est. $600-$800) $24,150 
  • Lot 806: Ten recordings and 1 book on JFK (est. $300-$500). $11,500 
  • Lot 807: An unpublished checklist of the White House Library with 3 copies of the published short-title catalog (est. $500-$700). $5,175 
  • Lot 808: Kenneth P. O'Donnell and David F. Powers' Johnny, We Hardly Knew Ye, inscribed and signed by Jacqueline Onassis (est. $600-$800). $21,850 
  • Lot 809: As We Remember Joe, a book about Joseph Kennedy Jr., limited edition (est. $1,000-$1,500). $17,250 
  • Lot 810: British biography, 3 books with the JFK's presidental bookplate (est. $600-$800). $5,175 
  • Lot 811: Harvard Class of 1940: 25th Anniversary Report, inscribed to Jackie and dedicated to JFK after his death (est. $800-$1,200). $13,800 
  • Lot 812: Paul B. Fay Jr. The Pleasure of His Company (est. $500-$700). $12,650 
  • Lot 813: Nine books on American politics inscribed to Mrs. Kennedy or with her floral bookplate (est. $800-$1,200). $5,175 
  • Lot 814: Larry F. Vrzalik and Michael Minor's From the President's Pen: An Illustrated Guide to Presidental Autographs, inscribed to Mrs. Kennedy by introduction author (est. $600-$800). $8,050 
  • Lot 815: The Paul Mellon Collection, a set of catalogues of Paul Mellon's collection of British sport and art (est. $300-$500). $3,450 
  • Lot 816: Six books on fox-hunting (est. $500-$800) $6,900 
  • Lot 817: Four books on horses and horsemanship (est. $300-$500). $9,200
  • Lot 818: Inaugural addresses of presidents from Washington to JFK inscribed from Jackie to her mother and stepfather (pre-sale estimate $3,000-$5,000) Sale price: $123,500 
  • Lot 819: A contemporary newspaper account, The Times, London (est. $200-$300). $4,600 
  • Lot 820: The White House: An Historic Guide, 48 guides (est. $300-$500). $9,775 
  • Lot 821: A compilation of statements and speeches by JFK during his service in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives (est. $800-$1,200). $9,775 
  • Lot 822: Memorial ed. of Profiles in Courage with forward by Robert F. Kennedy (est. $400-$600). $18,400 
  • Lot 823: Record album of JFK's inaugural address (est. $100-$200). $6,900 
  • Lot 824: Fine and decorative books and journals, 105 volumes (est. $400-$500). $5,750 
  • Lot 825: The Burden and the Glory, with special forward by President Johnson, 20 copies (est. $400-$600). $4,887 
  • Lot 826: Books on White House and presidency (est. $300-$500). $6,900 
  • Lot 827: Same as lot 826. $12,650 
  • Lot 828: Same as lot 820. $6,325 
  • Lot 829: Biographies inscribed to Jackie (est. $400-$600). $8,050 
  • Lot 830: More biographies, 34 volumes (est. $300-$500). $4,025 
  • Lot 831: Two volumes on early 19th century Russia (est. $800-$1,200). $4,600 
  • Lot 832: Modern literature, 37 volumes (est. $500-$700). $6,325 
  • Lot 833: Books on Cape Cod and summer pastimes, 13 volumes (est. $200-$300). $21,850 
  • Lot 834: 30 volumes by or edited by Jackie, or published at Doubleday (est. $500-$700) $6,325 
  • Lot 835: Memoirs of Queen Caroline (est. $400-$600). $4,025 
  • Lot 836: Pierce Egan prints, life in London (est. $300-$500). $2,300 
  • Lot 837: Manuel Toussaint prints (est. $300-$500). $6,325 
  • Lot 838: One Brief Shining Moment, 16 volumes (est. $200-$400). $5,750 
  • Lot 839: Women in All Ages and in All Countries (est. $300-$500). $6,900 
  • Lot 840: History of World War I, The Times: London (est. $800-$1,200). $12,650 
  • Lot 841: JFK Memorial at Runnymede: Dedicatory remarks privately printed and bound for Jackie, limited edition of 100 copies (est. $400-$600). $17,250 
  • Lot 842: Book inscribed to Jackie (est. $300-$500). $7,475 
  • Lot 843: Portfolio (est. $600-$800). $13,800 
  • Lot 844: A book with a collection of illustrations by Picasso and others (est. $1,200-$1,500). $6,325 
  • Lot 845: Parliamentary debates, House of Lords tributes to late President Kennedy (est. $600-$800). $9,775 
  • Lot 846: Book on Russian ballet (est. $400-$600). $3,162 
  • Lot 847: To Turn the Tide, signed by JFK (est. $1,500-$2,500). $37,950 
  • Lot 848: Decorative arts books, 25 volumes (est. $800-$1,200). $4,600 
  • Lot 849: Books on interior design, 15 volumes (est. $300-$500). $5,750 
  • Lot 850: Books on gardens and garden history, 21 volumes (est. $300-$500). $4,600 
  • Lot 851: Gardens, garden history and botanical illustration, 16 volumes (est. $400-$600). $3,450 
  • Lot 852: Versailles, 21 volumes, introduction by Louis Auchincloss (et. $500-$700). $5,750 
  • Lot 853: Mostly French texts, 15 volumes (est. $200-$300). $3,450 
  • Lot 854: Books on Paris (est. $700-$1,000). $4,025 
  • Lot 855: Books on horses and sporting art, 7 volumes (est. $200-$300). $5,750 
  • Lot 856: Books on horses and horsemanship, 9 volumes (est. $400-$600). $5,175 
  • Lot 857: Reference books (est. $400-$600). $4,600 
  • Lot 858: 250 periodicals containing articles and/or photos of Jackie and her family (est. $100-$200). $12,650 
  • Lot 859: American history books, 4 volumes (est. $800-$1,200). $12,650 
  • Lot 860: Books on English country houses, 12 volumes (est. $300-$500). $4,600 
  • Lot 861: Books on School of Paris, 11 volumes (est. $400-$600). $4,025 
  • Lot 862: Country houses and villas, 12 volumes (est. $300-$500). $4,025 
  • Lot 863: Architecture, chiefly monographs and treatises (est. $200-$300). $3,450 
  • Lot 864: Document signed by Queen Isabella I Spain (est. $1,000-$1,500). $12,650 
  • Lot 865: Books on Russia (est. $300-$500). $6,325 
  • Lot 866: English history, biography(est. $300-$500). $3,450 
  • Lot 867: Books on Mideast (est. $200-$300). $3,450 
  • Lot 868: French history, biography(est. $500-$700). $4,025 
  • Lot 869: Biographies of women, 43 volumes (est. $700-$1,000). $8,625 
  • Lot 870: Classic literature (est. $300-$500). $5,750 
  • Lot 871: French literature (est. $500-$700). $4,600 
  • Lot 872: Biographies, journals, diaries and letters of literary and historical figures (est. $300-$500). $5,175 
  • Lot 873: Literature, poetry (est. $150-$250). $3,450 
  • Lot 874: Literature, poetry (est. $150-$250). $3,450 
  • Lot 875: 31 volumes and pamphlets on American history (est. $500-$700). $3,450 
  • Lot 876: Books on India (est. $600-$900). $2,300 
  • Lot 877: 19th century English and American poetry (est. $300-$500). $4,600 
  • Lot 878: Modern English and American poetry (est. $200-$300). $4,600 
  • Lot 879: 35 books and pamphlets mostly on Virginia and the South (est. $600-$800). $10,925 
  • Lot 880: Literature by American and English authors (est. $200-$300). $4,025 
  • Lot 881: 37 volumes of literature including Toni Morrison's Beloved ($250-$350). $4,025 
  • Lot 882: Books by Louis Auchincloss (est. $100-$200). $3,450 
  • Lot 883: Books on British and Irish art, 12 volumes (est. $300-$500). $2,875 
  • Lot 884: See lot 820. $6,900 
  • Lot 885: Stereoscopic viewer, 21 slides of JFK as president (est. $400-$600). $9,775 
  • Lot 886: Garden books (est. $600-$800). $9,775 
  • Lot 887: Pageantry of Brazilian Birds (est. $200-$300). $2,875 
  • Lot 888: 7 volumes literature (est. $300-$500). $5,750 
  • Lot 889: Volume by Charles Louis de Secondat Montesquieu, 1783 (est. $200-$300). $2,875 
  • Lot 890: Biographies and autobiographies (est. $800-$1,200). $12,650 
  • Lot 891: A Treasury of Irish Folklore, inscribed "in JFK's room in the White House," by Jackie (est. $1,500-$2,500). $34,500 
  • Lot 892: French biographies (est. $300-$500). $4,600 
  • Lot 893: The White House Gallery of Official Portraits of the Presidents (est. $400-$600). $31,050 
  • Lot 894: Biographies (est. $400-$600). $9,775 
  • Lot 895: Ms. magazine cover with Jackie Onassis and Gloria Steinem (est. $400-$600). $40,250 
  • Lot 896: Chinese export porcelain milk jug and a cover (est. $100-$150). $13,800 
  • Lot 897: Small French opaline glass mug and beaker, 19th century (est. $125-$175). $4,600 
  • Lot 898: Staffordshire mug (est. $100-$150). $4,025 
  • Lot 899: Staffordshire earthenware child's mug (est. $100-$150). $3,450 
  • Lot 900: Four English porcelain tea and coffee wares, 1820-50 (est. $125-$175). $5,750 
  • Lot 901: Pair Italian earthenware ashtrays and Pillivuyt porcelain oyster plate (est. $50-$75). $5,175 
  • Lot 902: Staffordshire candlestick (est. $150-$250). $6,900 
  • Lot 903: Six Doccia porcelain plates (est. $200-$300). $14,950 
  • Lot 904: Eight Royal Worcester porcelain "Astley" pattern dessert plates (est. $300-$500). $10,350 
  • Lot 905: Pair of cream-colored earthenware pierced miniature "orange tubs" (est. $60-$90). $12,650 
  • Lot 906: Two Chinese export dishes, pair of Chinese porcelain saucers (est. $100-$150). $3,450 
  • Lot 907: Three Chinese porcelain blue and white small bowls and a dish (est. $400-$600). $4,025 
  • Lot 908: Three silver lustre and gilt julep cups and Nippon coffee cup and saucer(est. $150-$250). $4,600 
  • Lot 909: Nine Chinese porcelain blue and white dishes (est. $75-$100). $4,025 
  • Lot 910: Pair Shelley bone china hexafoil sugar bowls and a berry dish (est. $75-$100). $4,600 
  • Lot 911: Pair English creamware enameled teabowls, probably Leeds (est. $75-$100). $7,475 
  • Lot 912: English porcelain coffee cup, 3 saucers and 3 saucer dishes, 1805-15 (est. $75-$100). $5,750 
  • Lot 913: Austrian painted tole vase in form of costumed figure, 19th century (est. $600-$800). $14,950 
  • Lot 914: Staffordshire earthenware figure of a whippet (est. $150-$250). $6,900 
  • Lot 915: Pair Staffordshire earthenware recumbent whippet inkwells (est. $300-$400). $8,050 
  • Lot 916: Staffordshire earthenware equestrian group (est. $150-$250). $9,200 
  • Lot 917: A Wannopee Pottery Co. glazed "Lettuce Leaf" pattern part service (est. $600-$900). $6,900 
  • Lot 918: A Dodie Thayer pottery lettuce leaf salad bowl, circa 1965 (est. $150-$200). $3,450 
  • Lot 919: A pair of pottery cabbage leaf bowls, circa 1965 (est. $100-$150). $3,450 
  • Lot 920: A set of 7 pottery lettuce leaf small dishes, circa 1965 (est. $75-$100). $3,450 
  • Lot 921: American glazed redware jar (est. $250-$350). $2,875 
  • Lot 922: An English creamware jelly mold, 1820-30 (est. $75-$100). $2,875 
  • Lot 923: Set of nine French terracotta cocottes and covers (est. $100-$150). $3,450 
  • Lot 924: A set of six French stoneware butter pots, modern (est. $75-$100). $3,450 
  • Lot 925: A set of five French porcelain 'Man in Space' plates, 1966 (est. $250-$350). $9,775 
  • Lot 926: More "Man in Space" plates (est. $200-$300). $5,750 
  • Lot 927: Five ceramic vessels, modern (est. $100-$150). $4,600 
  • Lot 928: A group of colorless table glassware (est. $350-$500). $16,100 
  • Lot 929: Five Lourioux "fireproof porcelain" pots de creme, circular stand (est. $100-$150). $37,375 
  • Lot 930:Eight Derby porcelain dessert plates (est. $100-$150). $6,325 
  • Lot 931: An American commemorative cabinet plate, dated 1962 (est. $100-$150). $5,750 
  • Lot 932: "Shamrock Ware" part tea and coffee service (est. $600-$900). $31,050 
  • Lot 933: A Chinese export shell-shaped dish, 20th century (est. $150-$250). $6,325 
  • Lot 934: A pair of Chinese export porcelain plates, 20th century (est. $150-$250). $8,625 
  • Lot 935: Same as lot 934, except different size (est. $125-$175). $9,775 
  • Lot 936: A Chinese export oval dish, 20th century (est. $150-$250). $6,325 
  • Lot 937: A pair of Chinese export porcelain quatrefoil dishes (est. $100-$150). $8,625 
  • Lot 938: A Chinese export porcelain soap dish, cover and liner (est. $200-$300). $6,325 
  • Lot 939: Pair American pottery commemorative mugs (est. $100-$150). $4,600 
  • Lot 940: Same as lot 939. $4,025 
  • Lot 941: Same as lot 939. $4,025 
  • Lot 942: A painted metal blackamoor figure (est. $50-$100). $11,500 
  • Lot 943: Three serving platters, American and English (est. $100-$150). $4,600 
  • Lot 944: Pair of Georgian style barley-twist oak candlesticks (est. $200-$300). $6,900 
  • Lot 945: A Victorian green-painted wood Gothic revival wall bracket (est. $150-$200). $4,600 
  • Lot 946: Brass studded leather-covered storage trunk (est. $600-$800). $21,850 
  • Lot 947: A late Federal painted maple work table, in the West Sitting Room in the White House during Kennedy's presidency (est. $1,500-$2,000). $63,000 
  • Lot 948:Four English gilt-decorated pictures, in the Oval Room of the Kennedy White House (est. $1,800-$2,400). $27,600 
  • Lot 949: A set of caned bedside steps, 19th century (est. $400-$600). $16,100 
  • Lot 950: Four circular rattan garden seats (est. $75-$100). $4,025 
  • Lot 951: A pair of George III-style mahogany side chairs, modern (est. $400-$600). $9,200 
  • Lot 952: A Regency paint-decorated and bamboo-turned armchair, early 19th century (est. $250-$450). $5,750 
  • Lot 953: A bed step pot cupboard, circa 1840 (est. $400-$600). $14,950 
  • Lot 954: Two Irish woolwork pictures (est. $300-$400). $11,500 
  • Lot 955: Small maple and ash child's writing armchair, American (est. $200-$300). $9,200 
  • Lot 956: A marble replica of the head of Hermes from Hermes and the Infant Dionysos by Praxiteles (est. $4,000-$6,000). $28,750 
  • Lot 957: A continental enamel miniature of the Holy Virgin (est. $300-$500). $14,950 
  • Lot 958: A Greek icon of the Deesis, early 19th century (est. $1,200-$1,800). $8,625 
  • Lot 959: A Greek icon of the Deesis, early 18th century (est. $900-$1,200). $13,800 
  • Lot 960: A Russian brass icon tripych, 18th/early 19th century, with a Greek icon of St. George slaying the dragon, 20th century (est. $350-$600). $10,350 
  • Lot 961: A Viennese gold, enamel and glass small cup (est. $1,500-$2,000). $18,400 
  • Lot 962: French ormolu candlestick, fitted for electricity (est. $200-$300). $8,050 
  • Lot 963: Milk-glass vase mounted as lamp, fitted for electricity (est. $75-$100). $3,450 
  • Lot 964: A molded colorless glass oil lamp, fitted for electricity (est. $80-$120). $2,875 
  • Lot 965: A group of wood and metal decorative and household articles, 19th century and later (est. $500-$700). $6,325 
  • Lot 966: Three colored engravings, The Escape of the Bark Florence From Arctic Perils, Sketches in Buenos Ayres and View of the Grand Fleet (est. $200-$300). $6,900 
  • Lot 967: Cut silhouette picture of gentleman in frock coat, English (est. $200-$400). $4,025 
  • Lot 968: A Christmas picture (est. $200-$300). $48,300 
  • Lot 969: A group of four prints (est. $150-$200). $40,250 
  • Lot 970: Etchings from JFK's Georgtown residence, Le Corps du Prince Poniatowsky and La Princesse Poniatowsky (est. $100-$150). $23,000 
  • Lot 971: E.B. & E.C. Kellogg, lithographers, Henry Clay and John Marshall (est. $100-$150). $7,475 
  • Lot 972: E.B. & E.C. Kellogg, lithographers, Andrew Jackson and John Randolph (est. $100-$150). $8,625 
  • Lot 973: A pair of watercolors, early 19th century, Gasteria and Delamcandatunctata (est. $1,000-$1,500). $8,050 
  • Lot 974: Y.C. Wang, a pair of paintings, Lion and Polar Bear (est. $300-$400). $20,700 
  • Lot 975: G. Engelmann, lithographer, Pas Noble and Pas Comique (est. $100-$200). $10,350 
  • Lot 976: Three Japanese blue-and-white saucers, 19th century (est. $300-$500). $11,500 
  • Lot 977: A New Hall 'window' pattern saucer dish, circa 1800 (est. $100-$150). $6,900 
  • Lot 978: A Japanese imari bowl, 20th century (est. $200-$300). $4,600 
  • Lot 979: A Chinese cylindrical jar and cover, 20th century (est. $200-$300). $6,900 
  • Lot 980: A Chinese export porcelain bowl, circa 1750 (est. $500-$700). $9,200 
  • Lot 981: A group of eight Chinese and Japanese dishes (est. $400-$600). $3,450 
  • Lot 982: A Caughley blue and white waste bowl, circa 1785 (est. $150-$250). $4,025 
  • Lot 983: A Canton blue and white bowl, late 19th century (est. $125-$175). $4,600 
  • Lot 984: Two Chinese blue-and-white brush pots and a rectangular tray, 19th century (est. $400-$600). $8,625 
  • Lot 985: Four Japanese imari scalloped circular dishes (est. $300-$400). $5,175 
  • Lot 986: A set of four Japanese imari dishes, 20th century (est. $200-$300). $4,600 
  • Lot 987: A Chinese Ying Qing bowl, Yuan Dynasty (est. $400-$600). $5,750 
  • Lot 988: A Paris saucer and three English saucers, circa 1785 and 1820 (est. $150-$250). $4,600 
  • Lot 989: Chinese export blue-and-white potpourri jar and cover, in Jackie's bedroom at White House (est. $250-$350). $31,625 
  • Lot 990: Two Staffordshire blue-and-white teabowls and three saucers, circa 1820 and 1805 (est. $150-$250). $4,600 
  • Lot 991: Portrait of a Courtesan and Attendant, by Kuniyasu (est. $150-$250). $12,650 
  • Lot 992: Boy In a Landscape, by Charles Sarka (1879-1960) (est. $300-$500). $11,500 
  • Lot 993: A group of four prints and one photograph (est. $300-$400). $17,250 
  • Lot 994: The Ball, by Raymond Crosby (est. $500-$700). $10,350 
  • Lot 995: Three Women, by Raymond Crosby (est. $500-$700). $13,800 
  • Lot 996: Geranium in Blue Pot With Fallen Leaf and Bird, by Albert York (est. $3,000-$5,000). $36,800 
  • Lot 997: A Purple Anemone With Zinnias in a Glass Jar, by Albert York (est. $2,000-$4,000). $41,400 
  • Lot 998: Pink Daises in a Glass Jar, by Albert York (est. $1,500-$2,500). $32,200 
  • Lot 999: Dunes, by Reeve Schley (est. $800-$1,200). $8,050 
  • Lot 1000: Birds, Eggs and Grasses by Mary Faulconer (est. $200-$400). $8,050 
  • Lot 1001: Olive Oil by Mary Faulconer (est. $400-$600). $14,950 
  • Lot 1002: Women in Bikini With Bicycle by Marcel Vertes (est. $800-$1,200). $17,250 
  • Lot 1003: Mask by Namingha (est. $1,000-$1,500). $28,750 
  • Lot 1004: Close Up of Brandt Point Light, Nantucket, Massachusetts by John Austin (est. $150-$250). $29,900 
  • Lot 1005: The White Window by J. Wood (est. $600-$800). $12,650 
  • Lot 1006: Tuckernuck Landscape, Nantucket, Massachusetts by John Austin (est. $100-$200). $26,450 
  • Lot 1007: Bath Houses by Keith McDaniel (est. $1,500-$2,500). $19,550 
  • Lot 1008: 'Sailings' at the Hudson River Museum, Oak and Cedar by Robert Stackhouse (est. $3,000-$4,000). $12,650 
  • Lot 1009: A Church With Three Crosses by R.B. Sprague (est. $800-$1,200). $29,900 
  • Lot 1010: Open Car Welcoming Parade, France, 20th century (est. $800-$1,200). $36,800 
  • Lot 1011: The Corner of Louisiana, (For Walker Percy) by Sterling Mulbry (est. $700-$900). $6,900 
  • Lot 1012: John F. Kennedy: A Portrait Bust by Robert Berk (est. $500-$1,000). $40,250 
  • Lot 1013: A scrimshaw sperm whale's tooth with a portrait and facsimile of JFK's signature (est. $300-$500). $24,150 
  • Lot 1014: Buttero (Horse and Rider) by Pericle Fazzini (est. $1,500-$2,500). $25,300 
  • Lot 1015: Horse and Rider by Pericle Fazzini (est. $1,000-$1,500). $9,200 
  • Lot 1016: Fragment of Eden (End of Summer) by Radloff (est. $400-$600). $41,400 
  • Lot 1017: Tete de Hibon (Reinz 248) by Bernard Buffet (est. $500-$700). $18,400 
  • Lot 1018: Portrait of a Woman by Leonor Fini (est. $300-$500). $12,650 
  • Lot 1019: A Cambodian Dancer, 19th-20th century (est. $200-$300). $19,550 
  • Lot 1020: Au Concert and Study of a Woman by Jacques Villon (est. $800-$1,200). $10,350 
  • Lot 1021: Femme au Cheval, by Marie Laurencin ($60,000-$80,000). $112,500 
  • Lot 1022: A clipped quote from Profiles in Courage together with a copy of Profiles in Courage inscribed to Jackie Kennedy from an old friend, Bob Werlich (est. $300-$500). $4,025 
  • Lot 1023: 5 volumes with presentation inscriptions and/or the bookplate of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy (est. $300-$500). $6,325 
  • Lot 1024: Wilmarth Sheldon Lewis' One Man's Education, inscribed to Jackie from Uncle Lefty (est. $200-$300). $4,025 
  • Lot 1025: Alistair Horne's Harold Macmillan Volume I: 1894-1956 , inscribed to Jacqueline Onassis (est. $200-$300). $1,955 
  • Lot 1026: 10 volumes relating to Irish history and JFK's relationship with the country (est. $300-$500). $28,750 
  • Lot 1027: Pierre Dupuy's Histoire des Plus Illustres Favoris Anciens et Modernes (est. $400-$600). $4,600 
  • Lot 1028: Earl Smith's The Fourth Floor: An Account of the Castro Communist Revolution and Averell Harriman's Peace with Russia , both inscribed to JFK (est. $600-$800). $3,162 
  • Lot 1029: 17 volumes about Washington and the White House (est. $400-$600). $10,350 
  • Lot 1030: White House guides from the Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon administrations (est. $300-$500). $8,625 
  • Lot 1031: 8 works in 9 volumes on Latin and South America (est. $500-$700). $2,530 
  • Lot 1032: 27 volumes mostly on travel in Africa, Asia and the Middle East, four inscribed or have the ownership signature of Jacqueline Kennedy (est. $300-$500). $5,865 
  • Lot 1033: 9 volumes of children's books about JFK and others (est. $200-$300). $4,600 
  • Lot 1034: 13 volumes of children's books on JFK (est. $250-$350). $4,600 
  • Lot 1035: 10 volumes of children's books on JFK (est. $200-$300). $5,175 
  • Lot 1036: 8 volumes of children's books on JFK (est. $200-$300). $5,175 
  • Lot 1037: 13 volumes of children's books on JFK (est. $250-$350). $5,750 
  • Lot 1038: 18 volumes of children's books on JFK (est. $300-$500). $7,475 
  • Lot 1039: 19 volumes on JFK (est. $300-$500). $6,325 
  • Lot 1040: Thomas Buchanan Read's Sheridan's Ride (est. $300-$500). $4,025 
  • Lot 1041: Recueil d'Estampes representant les differents evenemens de la guerre qui a procure l'independance aux Etats Unis de l'Amerique (est. $300-$500). $3,737 
  • Lot 1042: 25 volumes about JFK (est. $500-$700). $5,462 
  • Lot 1043: 20 volumes by or about JFK (est. $300-$500). $4,600 
  • Lot 1044: 15 volumes by or about JFK (est. $250-$350). $4,025 
  • Lot 1045: 12 volumes by or about JFK (est. $250-$350). $4,312 
  • Lot 1046: 12 volumes by or about JFK (est. $250-$350). $4,312 
  • Lot 1047: 14 volumes by or about JFK (est. $250-$350). $3,737 
  • Lot 1048: 12 volumes by or about JFK (est. $250-$350). $4,600 
  • Lot 1049: 12 volumes by or about JFK (est. $250-$350). $5,175 
  • Lot 1050: 11 volumes by or about JFK (est. $250-$350). $4,600 
  • Lot 1051: 23 volumes and one broadside by or about RFK (est. $400-$600). $6,325 
  • Lot 1052: About 80 volumes of books edited or with contributions by Jackie (est. $600-$900). $14,950 
  • Lot 1053: White House guides, approximately from the Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon administrations (est. $300-$500). $11,500 
  • Lot 1054: Richard M. Hunt's Designs for the Gateways of the Southern Entrances to the Central Park (est. $500-$700). $4,887 
  • Lot 1055: 4 volumes about New York City (est. $200-$300). 5,175 
  • Lot 1056: 6 volumes of French literature (est. $500-$700). $10,925 
  • Lot 1057: 11 volumes of French literature (est. $1,000-$1,500). $8,050 
  • Lot 1058: 13 volumes of French literature ($800-$1,200). $6,900 
  • Lot 1059: 10 volumes of French literature (est. $400-$600). $8,050 
  • Lot 1060: 12 volumes of French literature (est. $500-$700). $7,475 
  • Lot 1061: 6 volumes of Greek literature (est. $500-$800). $6,900 
  • Lot 1062: 6 volumes of French history (est. $300-$500). $5,175 
  • Lot 1063: 7 volumes of English culture (est. $300-$500). $4,600 
  • Lot 1064: WITHDRAWN 
  • Lot 1065: 4 volumes on travel (est. $300-$500). $3,737 
  • Lot 1066: 6 volumes on Mexico (est. $300-$500). $5,750 
  • Lot 1067: Noel Coward's Present Indicative (est. $200-$300). $6,900 
  • Lot 1068: About 20 volumes about the Bouvier family or Jackie. (est. $400-$600). $6,900 
  • Lot 1069: 9 volumes on the history of the Kennedy family (est. $200-$300). $5,750 
  • Lot 1070: White House guides from the Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon administrations (est. $300-$500). $11,500 
  • Lot 1071: 8 volumes on Russia (est. $200-$300). $5,175 
  • Lot 1072: 9 volumes on women or by women authors (est. $500-$700). $5,750 
  • Lot 1073: 8 works in 13 volumes by women authors (est. $600-$800). $6,325 
  • Lot 1074: 12 volumes of poetry (est. $600-$800). $6,900 
  • Lot 1075: 8 volumes from American women (est. $700-$1,000). $8,625 
  • Lot 1076: 14 volumes of American literature (est. $400-$600). $9,775 
  • Lot 1077: 15 volumes of English literature (est. $500-$700). $6,900 
  • Lot 1078: 12 volumes of English literature (est. $300-$500). $4,600 
  • Lot 1079: 14 volumes of American literature (est. $600-$800). $8,050 
  • Lot 1080: Another Song , a collaboration by John Cage and Susan Barron (est. $800-$1,200). $4,025 
  • Lot 1081: 5 volumes of literature and criticism (est. $500-$700). $8,050 
  • Lot 1082: 11 volumes of literature and criticism (est. $400-$600). $7,475 
  • Lot 1083: 20 volumes on history, politics and miscellaneous (est. $400-$600). $7,475 
  • Lot 1084: A New Treatise on Flower Painting, or, Every Lady Her Own Drawing Master by George Brookshaw (est. $400-$600). $3,162 
  • Lot 1085: Conferencia Interamericana Economica y Social Punta del Este (est. $500-$700). $19,550 
  • Lot 1086: White House guides from the Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon administrations (est. $300-$500). $9,200 
  • Lot 1087: 11 volumes of American architecture (est. $700-$900). $9,775 
  • Lot 1088: 12 volumes of architecture and landscape design (est. $400-$600). $5,750 
  • Lot 1089: 10 works in 14 volumes of Russian literature (est. $300-$500). $5,175 
  • Lot 1090: Lettres d'Heloise et d'Abaillard , 3 volumes (est. $600-$800). $3,162 
  • Lot 1091: 4 volumes on theater (est. $300-$500). $4,600 
  • Lot 1092: 14 titles in 17 volumes of children's literature (est. $150-$250). $7,475 
  • Lot 1093: 33 volumes of travel books (est. $700-$1,000). $7,475 
  • Lot 1094: 12 volumes on Paris and Versailles (est. $700-$1,000). $10,925 
  • Lot 1095: 10 volumes on Italy (est. $600-$800). $10,350 
  • Lot 1096: 7 women's biographies (est. $500-$700). $6,900 
  • Lot 1097: Eliot Porter's In Wilderness Is the Preservation of the World (est. $700-$1,000). $12,650 
  • Lot 1098: 8 volumes on French style and design (est. $400-$600). $6,900 
  • Lot 1099: White House guides from the Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Carter and Reagan administrations (est. $75-$100). $6,325 
  • Lot 1100: Emmet John Hughes' The Ordeal of Power: A Political Memoir of the Eisenhower Years (est. $300-$500). $4,025 
  • Lot 1101: 9 titles in 16 volumes of women's biographies and memoirs of women in French history (est. $700-$1,000). $9,200 
  • Lot 1101A: 14, rue du Centre, Neuilly sur-Seine, folio monograph by Phillippe Jullian (est. $300-$500). $3,450 
  • Lot 1101B: Chinese Trade Porcelain by Michel Beurdeley (est. $150-$250). $5,462 
  • Lot 1101C: 4 volumes of poetry (est. $600-$800). $4,600 
  • Lot 1101D: 4 volumes devoted to foreign affairs and politics (est. $700-$1,000). $4,887 
  • Lot 1101E: The Common Sense Book of Baby and Child Care by Dr. Benjamin Spock (est. $150-$250). $6,900 
  • Lot 1101F: 3 biographies, including one on Charles de Gaulle (est. $500-$700). $4,312 
  • Lot 1101G: 23 volumes by or edited by Jacqueline Onassis (est. $300-$500). $5,175 
  • Lot 1101H: 29 pairs of lapel pins of countries visited by or entertained by the Kennedy administration (est. $400-$600). $25,300 
  • Lot 1101I: Pair of paperbacks, one a transcript of the CBS tour of the White House with Jacqueline Kennedy (est. $100-$200). $10,925 
  • Lot 1101J: The International Library of Famous Literature by Richard Garnett, ed. (est. $1,000-$1,500). $13,800 
  • Lot 1101K: 28 volumes by or edited by Jacqueline Onassis (est. $400-$600). $6,325 
  • Lot 1101L: The Houghton Shahnameth introduced and inscribed by Martin Bernard Dickson and Stuart Cary Welch (est. $1,500-$2,000). $5,750 
  • Lot 1101M: Black-and-white photo of John F. Kennedy receiving an honorary doctorate (est. $800-$1,200). $40,250 
  • Lot 1101N: Black-and-white photo of President and Mrs. Kennedy at a funeral with Vice President Johnson and former Presidents Truman and Eisenhower (est. $200-$300). $10,925 
  • Lot 1101O: L'enrage (est. $100-$200). $3,162 
  • Lot 1101P: 18 miscellaneous volumes of literature (est. $300-$500). $6,900 
  • Lot 1101Q: 18 volumes, chiefly travel books (est. $300-$500). $4,887 
  • Lot 1101R: WITHDRAWN 
  • Lot 1101S: 22 volumes of art and architecture (est. $350-$500). $3,162 
  • Lot 1101T: Nicolas Bellin's L'Empire de la Chine and La Chine avec la Corre, two engraved maps of China (est. $200-$400). $6,325 
  • Lot 1101U: 29 works in 31 volumes of history and biography (est. $600-$800). $7,475 
  • Lot 1101V: 15 volumes and two broadsides by or about JFK (est. $400-$600). $5,462 
  • Lot 1101W: 12 volumes, one broadside and one photo album by or about JFK and his family (est. $500-$700). $9,775 
  • Lot 1101X: 17 works in 18 volumes of history and biographies (est. $200-$300). $4,025 
  • Lot 1101Y: Five volumes on etiquette and style (est. $400-$600). $18,400 
  • Lot 1101Z: How Christmas Came to Hawaii by Roger Bye, copy No. 31 in a slipcase, together two items (est. $300-$500). $8,050 
  • Lot 1102: Embossed cordoba leather office set (est. $1,200-$1,500) $189,500 
  • Lot 1103: Two candlesticks (est. $250-$350). $40,250 
  • Lot 1104: Wedgwood creamware part dinner service (est. $3,500-$5,000). $37,375 
  • Lot 1105: Pair of Wedgwood creamware butter tubs on stands (est. $300-$500) $7,475 
  • Lot 1106: Pair of Wedgwood creamware large circular basins (est. $300-$500). $5,750 
  • Lot 1107: Pair of Wedgwood creamware cress dishes and stands (est. $300-$400). $5,175 
  • Lot 1108: Set of 12 Wedgwood creamware dinner plates (est. $800-$1,200). $6,900 
  • Lot 1109: Set of 12 Wedgwood creamware dinner plates (est. $700-$1,000). $4,312 
  • Lot 1110: Set of six Wedgwood creamware dessert plates (est. $250-$350). $6,325 
  • Lot 1111: Two Wedgwood creamware diamond-shaped dishes (est. $150-$250). $4,887 
  • Lot 1112: Two Wedgwood creamware diamond-shaped dishes (est. $150-$250). $3,450 
  • Lot 1113: Pair of Wedgwood creamware oval dishes (est. $100-$150). $3,737 
  • Lot 1114: Wedgwood creamware oval sauce tureen stand (est. $50-$75) $2,300 
  • Lot 1115: Pair of Wedgwood pearlware reticulated oval stands (est. $400-$600). $4,025 
  • Lot 1116: Pair of Wedgwood pearlware reticulated oval stands (est. $300-$400). $3,737 
  • Lot 1117: Wedgwood creamware vegetable dish and 6 soup plates (est. $350-$500). $3,450 
  • Lot 1118: Five English creamware articles (est. $250-$350). $10,350 
  • Lot 1119: Five English creamware table articles (est. $250-$350). $8,625 
  • Lot 1120: An English creamware reticulated oval basket and a rare pair of egg cups on stands (est. $200-$300). $5,750 
  • Lot 1121: Staffordshire creamware cruet stand and ewers (est. $200-$300). $7,475 
  • Lot 1122: Staffordshire saltglaze white charger (est. $200-$300). $9,430 
  • Lot 1123: Royal Worcester bone china (est. $400-$600). $8,625 
  • Lot 1124: Set of 9 Chinese export dinner plates (est. $1,200-$1,800). $8,625 
  • Lot 1125: Set of 28 Chinese export porcelain plates (est. $2,500-$3,500) $12,650 
  • Lot 1126: Berlin porcelain part tea and coffee service (est. $600-$900). $20,700 
  • Lot 1127: Meissen porcelain part coffee service (est. $300-$400). $9,775 
  • Lot 1128: Berlin porcelain reticulated bowl (est. $400-$600). $29,900 
  • Lot 1129: English porcelain scalloped circular dish (est. $150-$250). $4,600 
  • Lot 1130: Chinese export procelain lotus bowl (est. $75-$125). $10,350 
  • Lot 1131: Pair of Japanese porcelain blue and white dishes (est. $100-$150). $5,750 
  • Lot 1132: Chinese porcelain famille-rose snuff bottle (est. $100-$150). $6,900 
  • Lot 1133: Japanese imari porcelain scalloped bowl (est. $75-$125). $12,650 
  • Lot 1134: Pair of stoneware baluster vases mounted as lamps (est. $600-$900). $4,312 
  • Lot 1135: Chinese porcelain garden seat mounted as a lamp (est. $600-$900). $5,750 
  • Lot 1136: Louis XV-style ormolu candlestick mounted as a lamp (est. $400-$600). $12,650 
  • Lot 1137: Korean porcelain dragon jar mounted as a lamp (est. $3,000-$5,000). $11,500 
  • Lot 1138: Louis XVI-style ormolu and tole three light lamp (est. $1,200-$1,800). $28,750 
  • Lot 1139: Set of 22 French tumblers (est. $300-$500). $43,700 
  • Lot 1140: Louis XVI-style faux malachite and gilt metal tazza (est. $200-$300). $24,150 
  • Lot 1141: Pint glass ovoid boudoir lamp (est. $200-$300). $4,600 
  • Lot 1142: Mother-of-pearl magnifying glass and letter opener (est. $200-$300). $24,150 
  • Lot 1143: Tibetan turquoise inset silver amulet box (est. $200-$300). $6,325 
  • Lot 1144: Painted plastic model of Air Force One (est. $300-$500). $48,875 
  • Lot 1145: Black papier mache tray (est. $100-$150). $12,650 
  • Lot 1146: 3 cushions (est. $50-$100). $25,300 
  • Lot 1147: 3 panel painted canvas screen (est. $200-$300). $23,000 
  • Lot 1148: French provincial-style painted chest of drawers (est. $500-$700). $23,000 
  • Lot 1149: Chippendale-style white painted tall chest of drawers (est. $600-$800). $13,800 
  • Lot 1150: Black painted 3-legged stool (est. $75-$125). $9,200 
  • Lot 1151: 2 ash side chairs (est. $200-$300). $4,600 
  • Lot 1152: 2 wooden wall mirrors (est. $100-$150). $13,800 
  • Lot 1153: American maple wall mirror (est. $75-$100). $5,750 
  • Lot 1154: Dark green painted stool (est. $50-$75). $5,462 
  • Lot 1155: Oval tray-top occasional table (est. $200-$300) $12,650 
  • Lot 1156: American federal giltwood rectangular wall mirror (est. $200-$400). $18,400 
  • Lot 1157: Rosewood 3-tier etagere (est. $500-$800). $9,200 
  • Lot 1158: Victorian decorated etagere (est. $1,200-$1,500). $8,625 
  • Lot 1159: Lacquered burlap rectangular low table (est. $500-$700). $9,200 
  • Lot 1159A: Pair of gilt brass and mahogany tables (est. $800-$1,200) $31,050 
  • Lot 1160: Joseph R. Spies' print Tom Kitten (est. $50-$75). $14,950 
  • Lot 1161: Birdcage, artist unknown, and Basket of Cherries, indistinctly signed (est. $100-$150). $25,300 
  • Lot 1162: Victorian child's puzzle of a 3 masted sailing vessel (est. $700-$900). $11,500 
  • Lot 1163: Mount Vesuvius , gouache on paper (est. $1,000-$1,500). $5,750 
  • Lot 1164: Angela Piotrowska Wittman's watercolor Ornament With Blue Shell-Shaped Flowers (est. $200-$300). $5,750 
  • Lot 1165: Contemporary large rectangular brass cigar box (est. $200-$300). $11,500 
  • Lot 1166: Two contemporary large rectangular trays (est. $200-$300). $10,925 
  • Lot 1167: Full-length Painting of a Girl in a Fencing Outfit, artist unknown, oil on canvas (est $200-$300). $18,400 
  • Lot 1168: William Walton's A Political Rally, an oil on board (est. $800-$1,200). $13,800 
  • Lot 1169: Le Hofgarten A Bayreuth (Garden Gates Surrounded By Trees) by Carzou (est. $800-$1,200). $33,350 
  • Lot 1170: 3 decorative prints of John F. Kennedy (est. $200-$300). $23,000 
  • Lot 1171: Malthe M. Hasselriis' Two Portrait Miniatures of President John F. Kennedy (est. $200-$400). $25,300 
  • Lot 1172: Rene Bouche'sPortrait of Jacqueline Kennedy (est. $8,000-$1,200). $85,000 
  • Lot 1173: Aaron Shikler's Study for the White House Portrait of Jacqueline Kennedy (est. $10,000-$15,000). $184,000 
  • Lot 1174: Aaron Shikler's Study of Jacqueline Kennedy, Seated (est. $8,000-$12,000). $40,250 
  • Lot 1175: Aaron Shikler's Portrait of Jacqueline Kennedy Seated on a Couch (est. $8,000-$12,000). $195,000 
  • Lot 1176: Aaron Shikler's Study for the White House Portrait of Jacqueline Kennedy (est. $8,000-$12,000). $178,500 
  • Lot 1177: Aaron Shikler's Study of Jacqueline Kennedy Standing (est. $5,000-$7,000). $134,500 
  • Lot 1178: Aaron Shikler's A Study of Caroline and John Kennedy (est. $2,000-$3,000). $54,625 
  • Lot 1179: Aaron Shikler's John F. Kennedy, Jr. Seated (est. $2,000-$3,000). $27,600 
  • Lot 1180: Aaron Shikler's A Study of Caroline Kennedy Standing (est. $1,500-$2,500). $13,800 
  • Lot 1181: Aaron Shikler's John F. Kennedy, Jr. Reading (est. $3,500-$5,000). $34,500 
  • Lot 1182: Aaron Shikler's A Portrait Study of John F. Kennedy, Jr. (est. $1,500-$2,500). $24,150 
  • Lot 1183: Aaron Shikler's A Portrait Study of Caroline Kennedy (est. $1,500-$2,500). $23,000 
  • Lot 1184: Aaron Shikler's A Study of Caroline Kennedy (est. $2,000-$3,000). $10,350 
  • Lot 1185: Aaron Shikler's A Portrait Study of Caroline Kennedy (est. $1,500-$2,500). $25,300 
  • Lot 1186: Aaron Shikler's Vase of Flowers With One White Rose (est. $750-$1,000). $27,600 
  • Lot 1187: Photo of Aaron Shikler portrait Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, Seated, Side View (est. $50-$75). $14,375 
  • Lot 1188: Photo of Aaron Shikler portrait Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, Seated, Front View (est. $50-$75). $41,400 
  • Lot 1189: Photo of Aaron Shikler portrait Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, Three Views (est. $50-$75). $11,500 
  • Lot 1190: Photo of Aaron Shikler portrait Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, Seated (est. $50-$75). $12,650 
  • Lot 1191: Photo of Aaron Shikler portrait Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, Side View (est. $50-$75). $14,950 
  • Lot 1192: Photo of Aaron Shikler portrait John F. Kennedy, Jr.: Portrait Study (est. $50-$75). $7,187 
  • Lot 1193: Photographs of the Aaron Shikler portraits of President and Mrs. Kennedy, with a photo of the portraits at the White House (est. $75-$100). $68,500 
  • Lot 1194: An oak rocking chair (est. $3,000-$5,000). $453,500 
  • Lot 1195: A 1992 BMW 325i 4-door sedan (est. $18,000-$22,000). $79,500

Source: USA TODAY, April 29, 1996

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