The Spring Classic Sale, Stockholm 574

Corrections

No.ItemCorrection
98Roland Svensson, "Version till 'Vinterväggen' " (Version of "Vinterväggen").Earlier writing "Ideskiss "Vinterväggen" överlämnad till överläkare Thore Olovson", later removed.
105Anders Zorn, "Première".Correct estimate 50-60.000 kr.
108Anders Zorn, "Fisherman at Saint Ives".Correct estimate 50-60.000 kr
112Anders Zorn, "On the Thames".Correct estimate 50-60.000 kr
167Johan Christian Berger, Motif from the Seine, Paris.NOTE! Swedish artist.
169Valdemar Irminger, "I Sommerferien ved Vesterhavet" (= At the holiday by Vesterhavet).The painting is not depicting, as earlier mentioned, Marie and Peder Severin Kröyer at Skagen. The couple on the beach are nearby Nymindegab at Vesterhavet.
173Helene Schjerfbeck, "Madonna de la Charité".Relined canvas.
187Carl Georg Bernhard Schuberth, Woman writing, portrait of Miss I. Holck.Swedish artist, painted by Carl Georg Bernhard Schuberth.
188Ellen Montalba, Dreams.Earlier wrongly catalogued as Clara Montalba, correct is her sister the artist Ellen Montalba.
214Per Krafft d.ä., Portrait of a man & his wife in swedish court dress.Enligt uppgift avbildar porträtten friherre Patrick Alströmer (1733-1804), kommerseråd och direktör för Ostindiska kompaniet. Kvinnan är friherrinnan Christina Maria Silfverschiöld (1751-1823), Alströmers hustru i andra äktenskapet.
216Adolf Ulrik Wertmüller, Marie Antoinette, Queen of France in creolian hat.Signerad 1784.
253Sea battle at Hogland 1713.Tidigare har motivet beskrivits som möjligen "Viborgska galoppet". Korrekt ska vara "Slaget vid Hogland 1713".
255Fredric Westin Circle of, Portrait of Karl XV in uniform (1826-1872).Relined canvas.
259Carl Fredrik Kiörboe, The fox.Canvas 105 x 160 cm.
279Adoration of the Shepards.-
294Willem van der Vliet Attributed to, Portrait, full length "Aetatis 22".Bukowski Auktioner, auktion 271, 25 sep 1929, kat nr 86, avp pl 27.
309Johan Heinrich Roos Follower of, Pastoral lanscapes with figures and animals.Only 2 of the pictures in the printed catalogue.
310Paulus Potter Circle ocf, Landscape with resting animals.Correct size 39 x 48 cm.
331Soldiers occupy the village.Attributed to Joost Cornelius Droochsloot (1586-1666). Signerad C? Droochtsloot and dated 1638 on the wall to the left.
352Carl Wilhelm Swedman, "Les Nettoyeuses à Stockholm".Originals to the book "Costume of Sweden" illustrated with 23 lithographs and published in London 1823. Some of the works bears water mark year 1819.
353Carl Wilhelm Swedman, "Femmes de la Paroisse de Wingåker".Originals to the book "Costume of Sweden" illustrated with 23 lithographs and published in London 1823. Some of the works bears water mark year 1819.
354Carl Wilhelm Swedman, "Dalecarlien schieur de bois, á Stockholm".Original to the book "Costume of Sweden" illustrated with 23 lithographs and published in London 1823. Some of the works bears water mark year 1819.
355Carl Wilhelm Swedman, "Dalekarlien de la Paroisse de Mora".Original to the book "Costume of Sweden" illustrated with 23 lithographs and published in London 1823. Some of the works bears water mark year 1819.
356Carl Wilhelm Swedman, "Une Servante, á Stockholm".Original to the book "Costume of Sweden" illustrated with 23 lithographs and published in London 1823. Some of the works bears water mark year 1819.
357Carl Wilhelm Swedman, "Le Guet de nuit á Stockholm".Original to the book "Costume of Sweden" illustrated with 23 lithographs and published in London 1823. Some of the works bears water mark 1819.
358Carl Wilhelm Swedman, "Dalekarliens de la Paroisse de Lecksand".Original to the book "Costume of Sweden" illustrated with 23 lithographs and published in London 1823. Some of the works bears water mark year 1819.
359Carl Wilhelm Swedman, "Femme de la Province de Blekinge".Original to the book "Costume of Sweden" illustrated with 23 lithographs and published in London 1823. Some of the works bears water mark year 1819.
360Carl Wilhelm Swedman, "Servante d' Hôtelleri á Stockholm".Original to the book "Costume of Sweden" illustrated with 23 lithographs and published in London 1823. Some of the works bears water mark year 1819.
361Carl Wilhelm Swedman, "Habitant de Wingåker, en Sudermannie".Original to the book "Costume of Sweden" illustrated with 23 lithographs and published in London 1823. Some of the works bears water mark year 1819.
362Carl Wilhelm Swedman, "Les Scaniens".Original to the book "Costume of Sweden" illustrated with 23 lithographs and published in London 1823. Some of the works bears water mark year 1819.
363Carl Wilhelm Swedman, "Habtant de la Province de Wettergothie".Original to the book "Costume of Sweden" illustrated with 23 lithographs and published in London 1823. Some of the works bears water mark year 1819.
364Carl Wilhelm Swedman, "Femme de la Westergothie".Original to the book "Costume of Sweden" illustrated with 23 lithographs and published in London 1823. Some of the works bears water mark year 1819.
365Carl Wilhelm Swedman, "Une Marchande de Poissons á Stockholm".Original to the book "Costume of Sweden" illustrated with 23 lithographs and published in London 1823. Some of the works bears water mark year 1819.
366Carl Wilhelm Swedman, "Habitant de la Province de Blekinge".Original to the book "Costume of Sweden" illustrated with 23 lithographs and published in London 1823. Some of the work bears water mark year 1819.
367Carl Wilhelm Swedman, "Dalekarlienne de la Paroisse de Mora".Original to the book "Costume of Sweden" illustrated with 23 lithographs and published in London 1823. Some of the work bears water mark year 1819.
368Hunting scene with tiger and elephants.Water mark 1835.
369Hunting scene with tiger and boar.Water Mark 1835.
370Hunting scene with dogs and bear.Water mark 1835.
371Hunting scene with buffalo.Water mark 1835.
398C.F. HULTENHEIM BOOK COLLECTION, CAMERA ANTIQUA.PLEASE NOTE, THE COLLECTION ARE ON VIEW AT BUKOWSKIS MARKET IN NORRKÖPING
399J. E. VON REIDER, Annalen Der Blumisterei für gartenbesitzer, Kunstgärtner, Saamenhändler und Blumenfreunde, 12 vol.Some foxing and stains, some minor tearing. Minor marks with ink in register. Probably two illustrations is missing in last volume.
405A Swedish Empire early 19th century bookcase.Correct height 246 cm.
447An English 18th century mahogany library table in the manner of Thomas Chippendale.Dried cracks on several places, for example on the top and in the bottom of the drawers. Signs on the front of the drawers from two handles on each drawer. Minor damages on the consoles. Wear all over.
457A late Gustavian circa 1800 table.The top with later veneer.
555A pair of late Gustavian circa 1800 porphyry candlesticks.Katalognumret beläggs med exportförbud om det klubbas över 50.000 SEK. / The lot with export restrictions, if the hammer price exceeds 50.000 SEK.
610Italian early 19th century micromosaic panel.Incorrect dating given in English text, should be: Italian early 19th century micromosaic panel.
633A Swedish 1830/40's porphyry table top. Later Empire-style mahogany veneer stand.Katalognumret beläggs med exportförbud om det klubbas över 50.000 SEK. / The lot with export restrictions, if the hammer price exceeds 50.000 SEK.
636A Swedish 19th century porphyry base and column.Provenance Lennartsnäs, Uppland.
637A pair of late Gustavian early 19th century porphyry urns with covers.Katalognumret beläggs med exportförbud om det klubbas över 50.000 SEK. / The lot with export restrictions, if the hammer price exceeds 50.000 SEK.
638A Swedish late Gustavian 19th Century porphyry and gilt bronze urn.Katalognumret beläggs med exportförbud om det klubbas över 50.000 SEK. / The lot with export restrictions, if the hammer price exceeds 50.000 SEK.
639A late Gustavian 19th Century porphyry and gilt bronze urn.Katalognumret beläggs med exportförbud om det klubbas över 50.000 SEK. / The lot with export restrictions, if the hammer price exceeds 50.000 SEK.
640A Swedish Empire 19th century porphyry urn.Katalognumret beläggs med exportförbud om det klubbas över 50.000 SEK. / The lot with export restrictions, if the hammer price exceeds 50.000 SEK.
641A Swedish Empire 19th century porphyry urn.Katalognumret beläggs med exportförbud om det klubbas över 50.000 SEK. / The lot with export restrictions, if the hammer price exceeds 50.000 SEK.
642A Swedish Empire 19th century porphyry bowl.Katalognumret beläggs med exportförbud om det klubbas över 50.000 SEK. / The lot with export restrictions, if the hammer price exceeds 50.000 SEK.
643A Swedish Empire 19th Century porphyry bowl.Katalognumret beläggs med exportförbud om det klubbas över 50.000 SEK. / The lot with export restrictions, if the hammer price exceeds 50.000 SEK.
647A Swedish Empire 19th century porphyry and gilt bronze mantel clock.Pendulum missing. Katalognumret beläggs med exportförbud om det klubbas över 50.000 SEK. / The lot with export restrictions, if the hammer price exceeds 50.000 SEK.
648A pair of late Gustavian circa 1800 porphyry candlesticks.Katalognumret beläggs med exportförbud om det klubbas över 50.000 SEK. / The lot with export restrictions, if the hammer price exceeds 50.000 SEK.
681A Swedish early 19th century porphyry salt.Nagg.
748A Russian 19th century silver-gilt icon, marks of Ivan Chlebnikov, Moscow 1908-1917. Imperrial Warrant.The icon is silver-gilt, not with any enamel.
759A pair of Russian mid 19th century silver-gilt bonbonjeres, marks of Carl Tegelsten, St. Petersburg 1851.Bilden saknas i den tryckta katalogen, vänligen se katalogbilden i vår nätkatalog.
760A Russian silver-gilt kovsh, marked Fabergé, St. Petersburg 1880's.Marked Fabergé.
767A Russian 20th century silver-gilt and enamel box, unidentified makers mark, Moscow 1908-1917.Unidentified makers mark, not the 11th Artel.
807A Scandinavian 17th century silver bowl, unmarked.Inscription later.
809A 18th century parcel-gilt beaker and cover, marks of Michael May, Brassó (Kronstadt 1769-1776).marks of the beaker are Brassó (Kronstadt), maker's mark MICHAEL MAY, active 1769-1776. Literature: Koszoeghy, Merkzeichen der Goldschmiede Ungarns
815A Baltic 17th century parcel-gilt tankard, unidentified makers mark, Reval.Unidentified makers mark.
824A German parcel-gilt cup, marks of Johan Friedrich Hartung, Königsberg 1767.Maker's mark IF/H belongs to JOHANN FRIEDRICH HARTUNG (Koenigsberg), active 1762-1797).Literature: W. Scheffler, Ostpreussen
828A 18th century parcel-gilt box, possibly of Jacob Fortner, Prague (1750-1808) or of Jan Faerber, Prague (före 1799).Maker's mark could be attributed to JAKOB FORTNER (active ca. 1750-1808) or to JAN FAERBER (died before 1799). Town mark belongs to Prague - Literature Josef Hráský, Zlatnici Przskeho Baroka (1987)
881A gilt-brass, stone and glass box with double-folded lid with erotic scene. Louis XVI.Double-folded lid with erotic scene (oil) and mirror glass.
908A Scandinavian 17th century spoon, possibly, unidentified makers mark.Scandinavian.
910A Scandinavian 17th century spoon, possibly, unidentified makers mark.17th century Scandinavia.
911A Scandinavian 17th century silver spoon, unidentified makers mark.17th century Scandinavia.
912A Scandinavian 17th century silver spoon, unidentified mark.17th century Scandinavian.
1077A medium cut diamond brooch, app. 1.85 cts.14k vitguld.
1149A ruby and brilliant cut diamond brooch, tot. app. 6.50 cts. c. 1950-60's.One stone is missing.
1173An old cut diamond pin brooch, c. 1905.Small safetylock broken.
1227Reseur. Movado. Three-calendar-movement. Gold / leather case. Case no. 1249. Ref 208M.The quick-set button for the day is not working.
1251QURAN. Constantinople 1716. Height 15,5 x 11,5 cm.Provenance:The Director Arne Nilsson, Sandviken; possibly without the case.
1260SEMI-ANTIQUE QUM. 327 x 216 cm.Esbjörn Kronberg's collection.
1299ANTIQUE KERMAN, possibly Hosin Kermani/FERAGHAN - SULTANABAD/BACHTIARI/INDIAN. 394 x 293 cm./or FERAGHAN - SULTANABAD/or BACHTIARI/or INDIAN.
1390A gilt bronze head of Buddha, Thailand, 19th Century.Repair by chin.
1506A white glazed vase, Qing dynasty with Qianlong seal mark.Small chip to foot rim
1510A powder blue bowl, Qing dynasty, early 18th Century.Repair to rim.
1559A famille rose armorial serving dish and five soup dishes, Qing dynasty, Qianlong (1736-95).One plate with repair.
1560A Swedish armorial dish, Qing dynasty, early 19th Century.Early 19th Century.
1564A famille rose candle stick, Qing dynasty, Qianlong (1736-95).Repair to leg.
1567A famille rose 'European Subject' serving dish, Qing dynasty, Qianlong (1736-95).Restored.
1607A set of seven famille rose custard cups with covers, Qing dynasty, Qianlong (1736-95).One cover repaired.
1615A pair of pottery figures of a Chinese official and his lady, Qing dynasty.Missing parts.
1620A famille rose placque, Qing dynasty, ca 1900.Chips.
1629A green glazed jar, late Qing dynasty with Daoguangs seal mark.Repair by rim.
1642A Chinese famille rose sgrafitto vase, 20th Century, Jiaqing seal mark.Few small chips to footrim.
1644A large famille rose bowl, late Qing dynasty/early 20th Century, with Daoguang seal mark.Rimcrack.
1654Three famille rose bowls, late Qing dynasty, with Tongzhi seal mark.Insignificant chips.
1667A blue and white Transitional jar, 17th Century.17th Century.
1668A blue and white tea pot with cover, Ming dynasty, Wanli (1572-1620).Cover contemporary, but possibly not belonging.
1744A pair of blue and white serving dishes, Qing dynasty, Qianlong (1736-95).One with a small repair to rim.
1756A blue and white vase, Qing dynasty, 19th Century with.Rim crack. Chip to foot rim.

Withdrawn items

No.Item
48BIvar Arosenius, "Tålamod vid kunskapens källa" (Patience by the well of knowledge).
323Hans Holbein d.y. Copy after, The Darmstadt Madonna.
434A Gustavian 18th century commode by J. Hultsten.
514SPEGEL, rokoko, Hall stpl 1774.
627INGMAR BERGMAN (1918-2007), writingbook with drama, first version of "Hets", 1930s.
628INGMAR BERGMAN (1918-2007), 21 letters written by hand, dated 1938-1940 .
629INGMAR BERGMAN (1918-2007), 7 letters written by hand to his wife KÄBI LARETEI between 1959-1969.
630INGMAR BERGMAN (1918-2007), letter with drawing, signed Putte. Dated Stockholm June 27 1939.
631FOTOGRAPHS, INGMAR BERGMAN, among others Lennart Nilsson. (6).
669A Swedish Empire porphyry butter box.
756A Russian early 20th century parcel-gilt wine-jug and a pair of beakers, unidentified makers mark, St. Petersburg.
874A early 18th century silver toilette-box, unidentified makers mark.
885A Danish 17th century silver beaker, marks of Eiler Hansen Holm (Aalborg 1622-1653).
891An unmarked early 18th century parcel-gilt plate.
907A Norwegian 16th century spoon, possibly, unidentified makers mark.
915A Norwegian 17th century silver spoon, unmarked, possibly Christiania.
916A Scandinavian 17th century silver spoon.
925A Scandinavian 18th century silver spoon, unmarked.
977A ladies wristwatch with diamonds app. tot. 3.5 cts.
1120BRILLIANT CUT DIAMOND, loose. Weight 2.02 cts.
1177A pair of pink sapphire tot. 12.41 cts, diamonds tot. 1.45 cts and tsavorite tot. 2.88 cts earrings.
1323UTGÅTT.
1442A Korean blanket chest. Late 19th Century.