Scientific Instrument and Fine Art Auction – January 20, 2011

Filed as: Past Auction, Past Personal Property Auction, Past Specialty Auction 
Posted on: Monday, January 3rd, 2011

When: Starting now, and ending January 20, 2011 beginning at 6:30pm Central
Where: LIVE online only beginning at 6:30pm Central, January 20
Terms: 0% Sales Tax, 18% Premium
Preview: By appointment. To arrange: auction@schultzauctioneers.com or (320) 573-2468.

Join us starting today until January 20 for this online only auction. The auction features: over fifty brass microscopes and accessories; over a dozen lithographs including Salvidor Dali, Lowell Nesbitt, Joan Miró, and more; (3) Frederick Hart acrylic and lucite statues; Persian rugs; (2) fur coats; and musical instruments. All the items come from one collector in Kansas.

Live Online Only
What does this mean? It means you are able to place bids starting now on any of the lots being offered. Then beginning at 6:30pm Central on January 20, we will offer live online bidding on each of the lots. At that time, your will be able to bid live on each of the lots. However, there will be no onsite crowd at the auction. All bidding will be done online. If you have questions, please contact our office. Email: Auction@SchultzAuctioneers.com or phone: (320) 573-2468.

Photos and Additional Information
Numerous photos and detailed description of each of the lots are available by visiting the online catalog. If you’d like additional photos or information, please feel free to contact John at: john@schultzauctioneers.com or (612) 217-4016.

Complete listing of items to be sold in sale order!
Martin Type Drum Microscope, Circa 1840
Microscope
Student Microscope
Drum Microscope
Lithograph attributed to Salvidor Dali, Signed, Numbered 228 of 350
Nairne & Blunt side-pillar chest microscope, circa 18th century
Drum Microscope
German Jena-Extra Microscope
Spencer Microscope, SN 47577
Lithograph attributed to Salvidor Dali, Signed, Numbered 99 of 250
John W Sidle & Co Acme Microscope, SN 294
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company Microscope
Naturalist Field Microscope, Circa mid-19th century
James W Queen & Co. Philadelphia, Universal Household Microscope
Lithogrpah attributed to Salvidor Dali, Signed, Numbered 99 of 250
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company Microscope, SN 41181
Compound Brass Microscope
Spencer Microscope, SN 52953
Microscope Case
Lithograph attributed to Salvidor Dali, Artist Proof, Signed, Numbered 37 of 50
J Grunow Microscope, SN 1030
Bausch & Lomb Optical Co Binocular Microscope, SN 245757
Charles Darwin Replica Microscope
Student Drum Microscope
Lithograph attributed to Salvidor Dali, Signed, Numbered 99 of 250
Stanley London Brass Microscope
Early 1900s W Watson & Sons, LTD Brass Microscope, SN 17864
C Verick Microscope
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company Microscope
“Pink Tulip” Lithograph attributed to Lowell Nesbitt, Signed, Dated 1978, and Numbered 107 of 175
J Fentmayer Binocular Microscope, SN 941
Student Microscope
JF Savory Microscope, Dated August 14, 1885
Stanley London Brass Microscope
Woman and Child II, signed Bernadette
J Swift & Son, London, Microscope
Swift & Son Stand
Spencer Microscope, SN 58662
Microscope Case and Parts
Lithograph attributed to Salvidor Dali, signed, and numbered 228 of 350
E Leitz Wetzler Microscope, SN 24282
A I Madden Prahran Binocular Microscope
Ernst Leitz Wetzlar Microscope, No. 205600
Spencer Mircoscope, No. 88102
Lithograph attributed to Salvidor Dali, signed, and numbered 99 of 250
Naturalist Field Microscope, Circa mid-19th century
Early 19th century T Blunt Culpeper Microscope
John Browning London Microscope, SN 570
Bausch & Lomb Optical Microscope also marked Chas. Lentz & Sons, SN 31987
Lithograph attributed to Salvidor Dali, signed, and numbered 9 of 250
Brass Microscope Lithograph
Brass Microscope
Brass Drum Microscope
Mid 1700s Simple Microscope
Erté’s Ocean II Bronze Bowl, Artist Proof, Signed and Numbered 219 of 250
Spencer Microscope, SN 67455
Assorted Microscopes, Accessories, Early Slides, and Wood Case.
Spencer Microscope, SN 63193
Microscope Case
Frederick Hart Contemplation, Arcylic Resign Bust, Numbered 109 of 300
Frech simple microscope, case, and tweezers.
Fench simple microscope, case and slides.
Microscope Case
Microscope Case
Frederick Hart Light Whispers, Acrylic Resign Bust, Numbered 163 of 300
Early simple microscope in wood case. Includes accessories.
Baker Microscope.
A S Aloe & Co Microscope
(5) Early Slide Specimens
Frederick Hart Dance of Light, Lucite Bust, Signed, Numbered 124 of 350
The Microscopic Photographs of JB Dancer, by Brian Bracegirdle and James B McCormick, Copyright 1993
Microscope Case
James T Dougherty Microscope Case
Pan balance scale in vintage case
Kayseri Turkish Hunting Scene Silk Rug, Ghordes Knots, 61″ x 93″
Ring Optical Company Microscope Set No. 600
Gilbert No. 13024 Microscope and Lab Set
(6) Assorted Lenses in (2) Boxes
Accessories including substage mirror, condensor, flat mirror, and more.
Wool Rug, 38″ x 58″
Microscope case with (2) eye pieces
Microscope case
Microscope case with 2″ lense container (empty)
Brass Binocular Microscope without Stand in Case
Woman’s Mink Fur Coat. Appears to be custom. No craftsman’s tags.
Chest Microscope
Cystic Fibrosis Analyzer by Heat Technology Laboratory in case
Bausch & Lomb Microscope, SN 1312
Spencer Binocular Microscope, SN 634982
Men’s Reversible Mink and Leather Coat. Appears to be custom.
“Japanese Iris” Lithograph attributed to Lowell Nesbitt. Signed, Dated 1980, and Numbered 66 of 250.
Lithograph attributed to Joan Miró, Signed, Numbered 56 of 75.
Lithograph attibuted to Joan Miró, Signed, Numbered 45 of 50.
Litograph attibuted to Joan Miró, Signed, Numbered 56 of 100.
Lithograph attributed to Joan Miró, Signed, Artist Proof. Marked “E.A.”
Early 1900s Mandolin made by the Up to Date Music Company of Cleveland, Ohio in original case.
Gemeinhardt Elkhart Indiana Flute and original case. SN F48279. Silver plated.
V Kohlert Sohne Grasntz Clarinet and original case.
Spencer Binocular Microscope, SN 104866
Spencer Binocular Microscope, SN 376283
Griffin & George Microscope with case
Microscope case with Meade MA12mm and MA25mm eye pieces
Towa microscope. Needs repair.
Stanley London Brass Microscope
Monolux Microscope, SN 6014
Glass Stage, Spencer stage accessory, (2) Elgeet W.5x Eyepieces, and (2) Bausch & Lomb Eyepieces
Microscope case sections. Not complete.
Jos. Zentmayer Microscope
Paul Waechter, Berlin Microscope
Brass microscope on black stand
Drum Microscope
Queen & Co Phila Microscope
(2) Microscope Cases
Microscope Case