FAIRFIELD, Maine – James D. Julia’s Annual Winter Antiques and Fine Art Auction will take place Jan. 31 to Feb. 2, featuring more than 1800 lots.
This sale will feature a large quantity of antiques and fine art from various sources including the Estate of Jane Stradley of Kemblesville, Penn., and Princess Anne, MD. An exceedingly rare model of the Yale Wonder Clock, the earliest known, will lead the way in the sale.
This rare, and earliest known Yale Wonder Clock, will lead the way at Julia’s Jan. 31-Feb. 2 sale in Fairfield, Maine.
Also on the block will be fine art and Folk Art from the Dr. Ladd Heldenbrand Estate of South Portland, Maine, as well as various antiques from other Maine and New England Estates and Collections.
Julia’s annual end of summer extravaganza, held at the Samoset Resort in Rockland, Maine, had sales totaling nearly $4.6 million, with more than 700 lots of fine art and more than 1000 lots of furniture, folk art and accessories.
For more information, call 207-453-7125, or go online to www.juliaauctions.net.