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Painting, Brig Flying American Flag Rescues a Burning Ship, Maritime Fire
Date/Period: Circa 1850-1900


Painting, Brig Flying American Flag Rescues a Burning Ship, Maritime Fire, entire view

Measurement: Frame: 26.25 x 22 inches; view: 19 x 15.25 inches

Material: Oil on canvas within period gilt frame

Condition: Very Good

Additional Information: As depicted, a sailing ship flying her American colors come to
the rescue. Mounted on original stretcher within original frame.

$485.00

339-10


Painting, Brig Flying American Flag Rescues a Burning Ship, Maritime Fire, scale view

Painting, Brig Flying American Flag Rescues a Burning Ship, Maritime Fire, entire view

Painting, Brig Flying American Flag Rescues a Burning Ship, Maritime Fire, back view



Painting, Fireman Rescuing Mother and Child, European, Iledgeable Signature
Date/Period: Circa 1900


Painting, Fireman Rescuing Mother and Child, European, Iledgeable Signature, entire view

Measurement: 24” by 30.25”.

Material: Oil on canvas

Condition: Very good, lined and re-stretched

Additional Information: The dramatic scene depicting a fireman entering window while
another holds a young child and rescues mother from the smoke-filled room.

$850.00

339-25


Painting, Fireman Rescuing Mother and Child, European, Iledgeable Signature, scale view

Painting, Fireman Rescuing Mother and Child, European, Iledgeable Signature, detail view

Painting, Fireman Rescuing Mother and Child, European, Iledgeable Signature, signature view

Painting, Fireman Rescuing Mother and Child, European, Iledgeable Signature, back view



Volunteer Fire Department Painting,
Torrent 10, Hand Pumper, Cleveland Ohio Circa 1850’s – 60’s
Before Torrent 10 Obtained a Steam Pumper in 1864
Oil on canvas, original carved frame; original stretcher and gilt liner


Volunteer Fire Department Painting, 
Torrent 10, Hand Pumper

Seventeen actual portraits of posed firemen wearing parade uniforms; helmets and parade belts display “FC 10” [Forest City 10] proudly flanking a crane-neck style engine with tall dome air chamber. Torrent 10 was organized 1854 when Ohio City was annexed by the city of Cleveland See the History of the Cleveland Fire Dept 1857; in 1854 Forest 2 and Washington 1 were merged as part of the annexation of Ohio City by the Cleveland Fire Department becoming Torrent 10.
See, Cleveland FD History, published 1897, page 13
See the Encyclopedia of American Hand Fire Engines presented by Handtub Junction; page 91 for the only Torrent #10 listing.
(Excellent condition; frame: 42.25" x 26.25"; view: 35.5" x 19.5")

Volunteer Fire Department Painting, 
Torrent 10, Hand Pumperdetail-1

Volunteer Fire Department Painting, 
Torrent 10, Hand Pumper entire

Volunteer Fire Department Painting,
Torrent 10, Hand Pumper detail-2

Volunteer Fire Department Painting, 
Torrent 10, Hand Pumper detail-3

Volunteer Fire Department Painting, 
Torrent 10, Hand Pumper detail-4

Volunteer Fire Department Painting, 
Torrent 10, Hand Pumper detail-5

Volunteer Fire Department Painting, 
Torrent 10, Hand Pumper back

$8,350.00

1295-1




Michael Fox, First President of Fire Association of Philadelphia
Oil on Canvas, c. 1820 to 1830


Antique Portrait of Michael Fox, 1st President of the Fire Association of Philadelphia, Circa 1820, close up view

Michael Fox was elected the first president of the Fire Associate in Philadelphia in 1824, while he was still head of the Diligent Engine Company. The Fire Association served as an insurance business, raising profits to pay the volunteer fire organizations in Philadelphia. Fox is painted wearing a brown coat, calico waistcoat, and a starched white cravat. He sits on a painted bow-back Windsor chair with his knee pulled up, the buttons of his breeches visible between his hands, which are competently rendered.
Frame: 40.5” by 33” Sight: 35.5” by 28”

$750

1193-347


Antique Portrait of Michael Fox, 1st President of the Fire Association of Philadelphia, Circa 1820, with ruler for scale
Antique Portrait of Michael Fox, 1st President of the Fire Association of Philadelphia, Circa 1820, plaque detail



Fire Pumper, Lithograph, Brooklyn 10, Amoskeag Mfg. Co., Great Color
Manchester, New Hampshire
Litho by Charles Crosby, Boston
Circa 1865 to 1875


Fire Pumper, Lithograph, Brooklyn 10, Amoskeag Mfg. Co., Great Color
Manchester, New Hampshire
Litho by Charles Crosby, Boston
Circa 1865 to 1875, entire view

Very fine, outstanding condition; mounted within a period carved walnut frame with gilt liner. (Frame: 21.5 by 27.25"; view: 17.75 by 23.5")

$3,975

232-250


Fire Pumper, Lithograph, Brooklyn 10, Amoskeag Mfg. Co., Great Color
Manchester, New Hampshire
Litho by Charles Crosby, Boston
Circa 1865 to 1875, scale view
Fire Pumper, Lithograph, Brooklyn 10, Amoskeag Mfg. Co., Great Color
Manchester, New Hampshire
Litho by Charles Crosby, Boston
Circa 1865 to 1875, text detail 1
Fire Pumper, Lithograph, Brooklyn 10, Amoskeag Mfg. Co., Great Color
Manchester, New Hampshire
Litho by Charles Crosby, Boston
Circa 1865 to 1875, text detail 2
Fire Pumper, Lithograph, Brooklyn 10, Amoskeag Mfg. Co., Great Color
Manchester, New Hampshire
Litho by Charles Crosby, Boston
Circa 1865 to 1875, text detail 3




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