May 18, 2020
Dear Transferware Enthusiasts: 
We're pleased to send you this special edition of our e-newsletter to give you the latest club news informing you of up-coming club activities and interesting new content on our web site and our Facebook page. We welcome your comments, suggestions, and input; email the TCC Web Content Administrator webadmin@transcollectorsclub.org.  
Three Transferware Auctions

Hansons Auctioneers  
May 21-25, 2020
4 Day Fine Art & Library Auction at Bishton Hall
The ceramics begin at lot 2074 on Day Two, 22nd May.
 

First b/w transferware lot 2288. The 'Curated Ceramics' sale consists of multiple private clients including part of the late Trevor Kentish collection and the late Norman Walmsley collections and many others. The transferware in the sale covers all periods and styles and colours. Also included is a large collection of tin-glazed tiles, feldspahthic wares, black basalt, toby jugs, creamwares, pearlwares and early porcelains. There are well over 100 lots of transferware. Link to auction.

Schmidt's Antiques
June 6, 2020 Ceramics Auction
 

A varied ceramics offering including Durham Ox, Shipping, and Spode Indian Sporting Series; Source Prints; Staffordshire figures; and various additional Staffordshire pottery. Link to auction.

Jeffrey S. Evans and Associates  
38th Semi-Annual Americana Auction
June 26 & 27
 

It will have a superb selection of American historical transferware including the collection of Theodore and the late Alvina Breckel, of Oley, Pennsylvania and Winnetka, Illinois. Pieces include a 12" footed punch bowl by Tams, Anderson, & Tams featuring the "Capitol of the United States, Washington", a fruit bowl with Ridgway's "Octagon Church Boston" (#880), a reticulated oval bowl featuring "Military Academy, West Point" (#2111), and two covered vegetables including one with the "Charleston Exchange" (#5776) and one with "Mount Vernon Nr Washington" (#892). Other patterns include a rare black transfer with olive green cast of "La Fayette at Franklin's Tomb" (#2364), "Catskill Mountains, Hudson River" (#2072), and "Tiger Hunt" (#3041). The complete catalog will be posted by approximately June 12. Link to auction.
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1049 sources
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 Results of Auctions and Classified Advertisements on the TCC Website and eNews
four medallion platter
This four-medallion platter
sold for $8,500. Two previously advertised auctions resulted in sales of $7000 and $9500, both significantly over reserve.  
 
The rare "Chancellor Livingston" soup bowl advertised on the TCC website sold recently.

TCC Dealer Members can advertise up to 5 items for a very nominal price. More information.

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