James D. Julia

James D. Julia ist unter den zehn besten Antiquitätenauktionshäusern der Vereinigten Staaten und hat seinen Hauptsitz in Fairfield, Maine. Das Unternehmen hat eine weitere Niederlassung in Woburn, Massachusetts. Es ist seit mehr als 40 Jahren im Geschäft und hält ganzjährig Auktionen für hochwertige Antiquitäten, Sammlerobjekte und ornamentale Kunst ab.

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FRANCOIS GALL (French/Hungarian, 1912-1987) BEACH PROMENADE.
Mixed media beach scene shows several fancy dressed strollers along an expansive beach with turquoise water & large pier. Several sailboats can be seen. Signed lower right "F Gall", also pencil inscribed in French and signed "Francis Gall". Housed in a fine French style frame with linen & gold liner, ivory matte with glass. SIZE: SIGHT: 14-1/2" x 18-1/2". CONDITION: Very good. 9-25507 James D. Julia
18KT ROLEX PRESIDENTIAL WRISTWATCH. Dial inscribed Rolex oyster perpetual
18KT ROLEX PRESIDENTIAL WRISTWATCH. Dial inscribed Rolex oyster perpetual day-date superlative chronometer officially certified. Circa 1970, comes with original box. CONDITION: Working, very good, used. 9-91270 James D. Julia
SN 54373. Cal. 45 Colt. Blue and color case hardened with 7-1/2" bbl, full front sight and 1-line block letter address. Left side of the frame has 3-line patent dates and a small "U.S.". Ejector housing is first type with bull's eye ejector rod head. Mounted with 1-piece walnut grip with matching serial number in backstrap channel. Left side of grip has the faint outline of a cartouche and what appears to be the date 1880. The inspector initials "DFC" (David F. Clark) appear on various parts including bottom edges of the grip, frame, bbl, and cylinder. Cyl is a replacement and appears to have had the orig number peened over and matching four digits over-stamped. Accompanied by a Colt Factory Letter identifying this revolver, as found, delivered to U.S. Government inspector at the Colt plant on March 20, 1880 in a shipment of 300 guns. Under remarks section the letter also indicates that this revolver was returned to the factory for refurbishing and was again delivered to the U.S Government inspector on October 23, 1895. When this revolver was initially produced it undoubtedly was issued to an active line Cavalry unit for use in the Indian wars. The fact that it was refurbished in 1895 speaks to that premise of hard military use and then that it escaped the recalls of the 1890's and early 20th century indicates that it was again in use or possibly residing in a Militia armory. CONDITION: Extremely fine, all matching including grip, cyl as noted. Bbl retains about 90% glossy factory blue with a series of light scratches and nicks with some minor flaking. Ejector housing retains about 85% glossy factory blue with light flaking. Frame retains virtually all of its factory case colors, fading on the top strap and recoil shields, brilliant on the sides. Hammer retains faded case colors. Cylinder is a plum blue-brown patina with strong blue in the flutes. Trigger guard and backstrap retain bright factory blue with some minor thinning. Grip has chipped toes and overall shows moderate edge wear with a hand worn patina. Mechanics are crisp, brilliant shiny bore. 4-87737 James D. Julia
Cal. 30 WCF James D. Julia
Top section with two glass doors each having ten window panes. Dental molding and large cornice molding. Four nicely shaped shelves, bottom section with two paneled doors. SIZE: 93 1/2"h x 54"w x 29"d. CONDITION: This piece shows some restoration with more needed. One glass is broken, doors have filled holes, but generally in very good condition. 9-75. James D. Julia
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James D. Julia
203 Skowhegan Rd.
Fairfield, ME 04937
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