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Lot# 3001

A Chinese Official Robe with Integral Rank Badge

China.
Late Qing Dynasty.
Constructed with center front opening using two fabrics, the black silk woven with Shou longevity roundels and embroidered with second rank civil official Mandarin square badge of golden pheasants in golden couched threads, embellished of coral beads forming the sun. The interior with pink lining, the front opening is applied with five gilt sphere buttons.
Length 45 inches (114.3 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Age related fading in lining.

Estimate: $2000 - $3000

A Chinese Official Robe with Integral Rank Badge

Lot# 3001

Estimate: $2000 - $3000

Lot# 3002

Chinese Silk Official Robe with Integral Rank Badge

China.
Late Qing Dynasty.
Constructed with center front opening using two fabrics, the black damask silk gauze woven with Shou longevity roundels and embroidered with second rank civil official Mandarin square rank badge of golden pheasants in golden couched threads, unlined, the front opening applied with five gilt sphere buttons.
Length 43 inches (109.2 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Minor fading.

Estimate: $2000 - $3000

Chinese Silk Official Robe with Integral Rank Badge

Lot# 3002

Estimate: $2000 - $3000

Lot# 3003

A Chinese Official Gauze Robe with Dragon Roundels

Finely tailored with two pieces of black gauze fabric, the front opening robe embroidered in a fine gold-wrapped thread, with four giant five-clawed dragons amid Buddhist treasure symbols and above Lishui waves and soaring mountain roundels, the front and back roundel with front-facing dragons, two roundels on the shoulders are with side-facing dragons. Hemmed without lining, with five gilt sphere buttons.
Length 43 1/2 inches (110.4 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $2000 - $3000

A Chinese Official Gauze Robe with Dragon Roundels

Lot# 3003

Estimate: $2000 - $3000

Lot# 3004

A Chinese Official Robe with Integral Rank Badge

Constructed using two fabrics, the black damask silk gauze is woven with circular Crane roundels in golden couched threads, the front opening applied with five gilt sphere buttons, unlined.
Length: 52 1/2 inches (133.3 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $1500 - $2000

A Chinese Official Robe with Integral Rank Badge

Lot# 3004

Estimate: $1500 - $2000

Lot# 3005

Two Chinese Mens Winter Robes

The first, a dark blue ground silk robe, the fabric woven with giant dragon chasing flaming pearl roundels, the right side opening applied with five gilt brass sphere buttons, heavily padded with pale green silk the second, a finely tailored with center opening and layered sleeves black ground silk robe, royal blue silk lining, applied with five gilt brass buttons.
Longest: Length 55 inches (139.7 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Minor wear.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Two Chinese Mens Winter Robes

Lot# 3005

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3005A

A Chinese Mens Blue Ground silk robe

Late 19th to early 20th Century.
Finely tailored with right side opening, the sleeves end with horse hoof cuffs, the dark blue ground silk fabric woven with repeated Buddhist Eight treasure symbols and Ruyi head pattern decorations, the closure applied with five gilt brass sphere buttons.
Length: 52 inches (132.08 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Minor age related discoloration and wear.

Estimate: $300 - $500

A Chinese Mens Blue Ground silk robe

Lot# 3005A

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3006

Two Chinese Ladys Informal Silk Jackets

The first, side opening black ground jacket, embroidered in couched gilt threads, blue and white satin stitches, to depict figures in various leisure pursuing activities, surrounded by Buddhist eight treasure symbols and other auspicious emblems, all above the Lishui stripe, the ivory ground sleeve bands incorporating Children at play scenes the Second, a center opening gold ground silk jacket, finely embroidered in polychrome satin stitches with floral and temple roundels, the collar, sleeves, and hams bordered with finely embroidered floral decorations.
Longest: Length 26 inches (66 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $1000 - $1500

Two Chinese Ladys Informal Silk Jackets

Lot# 3006

Estimate: $1000 - $1500

Lot# 3007

A Chinese Ladys Informal Robe

Constructed with a front center opening, the black ground robe is finely embroidered in polychrome satin stitches and forbidden stitches to depict butterflies amongst scattered fruiting, flowering, and leafy stems, the border decorated with partial Buddhist treasure symbols, fruits, and flowering in blue and white stitches.
Length 45 inches (114.3 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Age related wear, fading, the sleeves shorted and altered.

Estimate: $1000 - $1500

A Chinese Ladys Informal Robe

Lot# 3007

Estimate: $1000 - $1500

Lot# 3008

Two Chinese Black Silk Floral Jackets and A Crane Robes

Comprising two similar Chinese ladys black ground jackets with embroidered floral decorations and a black ground ladys robe with embroidered crane decorations.
Longest: Length 46 inches (116.8 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3009

A Chinese Midnight Blue Ground Ladys Informal Robe

Constructed with right side closure, the blue silk robe embroidered with flowers and plants, the collar, sleeve bands, and hem embroidered with figures in various activities on an ivory ground.
Length 47 inches (119.3 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Fraying, button losses.

Estimate: $400 - $600

Lot# 3010

Kesi-Woven Blue Ground Silk Dragon Robe

China.
Late Qing dynasty.
Intricately woven in gilt-wrapped threads and polychrome colors on the light blue ground to depict nine dragons surrounded by clouds, Buddhist eight treasure symbols, and other auspicious emblems, all against a floral diaper pattern above Lishui border.
Length 52 1/2 inches (133.3 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Fraying, some areas of loss.

Estimate: $3000 - $5000

Kesi-Woven Blue Ground Silk Dragon Robe

Lot# 3010

Estimate: $3000 - $5000

Lot# 3011

A Chinese Blue Ground Woven Silk Dragon Robe Jifu

Finely woven with nine dragons amidst clouds, scattered Buddhist emblems, and precious objects above a Lishui wave band, all on a dark blue ground with similarly embroidered designs on black to the collar with horse-hoofs cuffs.
Length 56 inches (142.2 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $1800 - $2500

A Chinese Blue Ground Woven Silk Dragon Robe Jifu

Lot# 3011

Estimate: $1800 - $2500

Lot# 3012

A Chinese Midnight Blue Ground Ladys Informal Robe

China.
Late Qing Dynasty.
Finely embroidered with butterflies amongst scattered fruiting and flowering, leafy stems, lined.
Length 43 inches (109.2 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Condition: Fading, staining, losses.

Estimate: $600 - $800

Lot# 3013

A Chinese Blue-Ground Summer Gauze Dragon Robe

Finely embroidered in couched gold thread and counted stitch with the prescribed nine five-clawed dragons, two on the front and back shown front facing while the others reach for the pearl, all amidst ruyi clouds interspersed with the attributes of the Eight Taoist immortals and bats, all set above Lishui stripes and terrestrial diagrams emerging from crashing waves and soared mountain the sleeves terminating in horse-hoof cuffs, the collar band and cuffs similarly embroidered.
Length 56 inches (142.2 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $4000 - $6000

A Chinese Blue-Ground Summer Gauze Dragon Robe

Lot# 3013

Estimate: $4000 - $6000

Lot# 3014

A Chinese Blue-Ground Silk Dragon Robe

The robe is finely woven and embroidered in counted-stitch and couched gold threads with nine five-clawed dragons confronting flaming pearls interspersed with clouds and Buddhist Emblems above the terrestrial diagram and turbulent waves.
Length 55 1/2 inches (140.9 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $3000 - $5000

A Chinese Blue-Ground Silk Dragon Robe

Lot# 3014

Estimate: $3000 - $5000

Lot# 3015

A Chinese Blue-Ground Ladys Informal Robe

Constructed with right side closure, the blue silk brocade informal robe woven with Shou and Infinity symbols medallions, the collar and hem embroidered in gold-wrapped threads depicting figures in various activities, with foliated ivory ground sleeve bands.
Length 55 inches (139.7 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Wear and losses.

Estimate: $400 - $600

A Chinese Blue-Ground Ladys Informal Robe

Lot# 3015

Estimate: $400 - $600

Lot# 3016

A Chinese Light Blue Ground Ladys Informal Robe

The silk brocade informal robe with right opening and woven with Bajixian Buddhist treasure symbols medallions lined with a wide black band decorated with foliated ribbons.
Length 54 inches (137.1 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Some fraying and stains.

Estimate: $500 - $800

A Chinese Light Blue Ground Ladys Informal Robe

Lot# 3016

Estimate: $500 - $800

Lot# 3017

Two Chinese Ladys Informal Robes

The first, a green ground robe constructed with right side opening woven with bats motif applied with gilt, purple and blue band and ribbons decorated with flower sprays worked to the collars, the sleeve bands finely embroidered with birds amongst scatter flowering and other auspicious objects the second, a light blue ground robe constructed with right side opening, woven with floral decoration, applied to the border with blue and white bands and ribbons of floral decorations.
Longest: Length 40 1/2 inches (102.8 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Age related wear, losses and fading.

Estimate: $800 - $1200

Two Chinese Ladys Informal Robes

Lot# 3017

Estimate: $800 - $1200

Lot# 3018

Two Chinese Silk Embroidered Ladys Informal Robe

The first is a right-side robe with embroidered figural collar band and hems on the green ground the second is a center opening pale blue robe embroidered with scattered flower baskets and flowering, the black ground collar and ham bands with ham bands floral decorations.
Length 39 inches (99 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Age related fraying, some losses on the green robe.

Estimate: $600 - $800

Two Chinese Silk Embroidered Ladys Informal Robe

Lot# 3018

Estimate: $600 - $800

Lot# 3019

Two Chinese Yellow Ground Ladys Silk Embroidered Robes

The first, a ladys informal robe with right side opening, embroidered against a black satin ground with decorated borders the second, a 20th-century ladys robe with center opening, embroidered with floral decoration against a yellow ground.
Longest: Length 42 1/4 inches (107.3 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3020

Two Chinese Embroidered Silk Garments with Fur Linning

The first, a center opening informal robe, embroidered with colorful threads to depict flowers on the royal blue ground, the collar, sleeve band, and hem embroidered with figures in a garden setting, fur lining the second, a center opening maroon ground floral vest with fur lining and trim.
Longest: Length 42 3/4 inches (108.5 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $500 - $800

Lot# 3021

A Manchu Lady Red Ground Gauze Informal Robe Qipao

China.
Late Qing Dynasty.
Constructed with side opening, the black borders and green sleeve bands embroidered with butterflies and various flowering sprigs, further bordered with woven floral ribbon and edged with black trims.
Length 52 inches (132 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Condition: Age related fading.

Estimate: $1500 - $2500

A Manchu Lady Red Ground Gauze Informal Robe Qipao

Lot# 3021

Estimate: $1500 - $2500

Lot# 3022

A Manchu Lady Cream Ground Silk Winter Robe Qipao

Late Qing Dynasty.
Constructed with side opening, the black borders and green sleeve bands embroidered with butterflies, peonies, and various flowering sprigs, further bordered with woven floral ribbon and edged with gold trims. Pink lining and padded.
Length 55 inches (139.7 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Age related wear, soiled, fading.

Estimate: $800 - $1500

A Manchu Lady Cream Ground Silk Winter Robe Qipao

Lot# 3022

Estimate: $800 - $1500

Lot# 3023

A Manchu Lady Purple Ground Informal Robe Qipao

Fashion in high collar, the right side opening robe with layered sleeves, finely embroidered in pink and white satin threads to depict flowering branches on a dark purple ground, the borders and sleeve bands embroidered en suite on a back satin ground. Lined with green silk.
Length 56 1/2 inches (143.5 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $800 - $1500

A Manchu Lady Purple Ground Informal Robe Qipao

Lot# 3023

Estimate: $800 - $1500

Lot# 3024

A Manchu Ladys Pink Ground Gauze Informal Robe Qipao

Late Qing Dynasty.
Finely tailored with right side opening and layered sleeves, the green and black borders, and ivory sleeve bands embroidered with butterflies and various flowering sprigs, the opening is applied with gilt brass sphere buttons.
Length 53 inches (134.6 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $800 - $1200

Lot# 3025

A Manchu Ladys Purple Ground Informal Robe Qipao

Finely tailored with right side opening, standing collar, and layered sleeves, the green, black borders, and ivory sleeve bands embroidered with butterflies and various flowering sprigs, gilt sphere buttons.
Length 56 1/2 inches (143.5 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $800 - $1200

A Manchu Ladys Purple Ground Informal Robe Qipao

Lot# 3025

Estimate: $800 - $1200

Lot# 3026

A Manchu Ladys Green Ground Gauze Informal Robe Qipao

Late Qing Dynasty.
Finely tailored with right side opening, standing collar, and layered sleeves, the purple borders, ivory sleeve bands embroidered with fish amid various flower and water plants, gilt sphere buttons.
Length 54 inches (137.1 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Some orange stains on fabric.

Estimate: $1000 - $1500

Lot# 3027

Two Manchu Lady Silk Embroidered Vests

The first, a finely tailored, cut with right side opening long vest, embroidered in the dark blue ground with blue and white satin stitches, displaying flower baskets containing flower branches the second, a right side opening midnight ground vest, finely embroidered in colorful threads depicting peonies, butterflies and fruiting branches, the collar and side vents bordered with embroidered gold thread decorative bands and ribbons.
Longest: Length 56 5/8 inches (143.8 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $1000 - $1500

Two Manchu Lady Silk Embroidered Vests

Lot# 3027

Estimate: $1000 - $1500

Lot# 3028

Two Chinese Silk Embroidered Pleated Apron Skirts

The first, a cream ground pleated skirt with the front and side panels elaborately embroidered in mainly blue threads and silk floss with densely floral decoration, highlighted with yellow and brown butterflies, within black satin borders the second, a light brown ground pleated skirt, with two panels finely embroidered in a purple and bright yellow thread to display butterflies in flight over flowers, lined with blue satin floral bands.
Length 37 1/2 inches (95.2 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $500 - $800

Lot# 3029

Two Chinese Red Ground Pleated Silk Apron Skirts

The first, a tightly pleated red silk skirt, embroidered with large peony flowers the second, a red ground skirt with front and back panels elaborately embroidered using couched gilt threads depicting elegant ladies in a garden setting, lined and padded with green silk fabric.
Length 38 inches (96.5 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $500 - $700

Two Chinese Red Ground Pleated Silk Apron Skirts

Lot# 3029

Estimate: $500 - $700

Lot# 3030

Two Chinese Silk Embroidered Apron Skirts

Late 19th to early 20th century.
The first, an embroidered silk skirt, the front and back panels with satin stitched flowers and butterflies against a bright red ground, attached altered waistband the second, a multi colored skirt, sew pleated, decorated with narrow horizontal banners and ruyi head pendants, the side panels and borders embroidered with floral and butterfly motif, lined with blue silk.
Length: 38 inches (97 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $500 - $700

Two Chinese Silk Embroidered Apron Skirts

Lot# 3030

Estimate: $500 - $700

Lot# 3031

Two Chinese Lilac Ground Silk Embroidered Skirts

The first is a pleated skirt, woven and embroidered in Peking knot in a greenish-blue tone with large peonies, and the shaped side panels are finely embroidered to depict peacocks and exotic birds amongst flowers the second skirt, of finely embroidered floral panels, lined with blue silk.
Length: 39 1/2 inches (99.7 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $500 - $700

Two Chinese Lilac Ground Silk Embroidered Skirts

Lot# 3031

Estimate: $500 - $700

Lot# 3032

Two Chinese Lavender and Pink Silk Embroidered Skirts

The first, a ladys pale lavender ground silk skirt with front and back panels, embroidered with forbidden stitch depicting peonies and various flowers, the embroidered borders with floral motif and ribbon detailing, lined with blue silk the second, a tightly pleated pink ground skirt, with finely embroidered front and back panels depicting birds and flowers.
Longest: Length 42 1/2 inches (107.9 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $400 - $600

Lot# 3033

Three Chinese Silk Embroidered Apron Skirts

The first is a multi-color pleated partial skirt, the borders and panels finely embroider with figures in various leisure pursuing activities the second is a partial skirt with colorful multiple slender stripes, each embroidered with floral decoration, two side panels finely embroidered in gilt-wrapped threads to depict front facing dragon amongst cloud above Lishui waves and soaring mountain against bright red ground and the third is a light brown skirt with two finely embroidered butterflies among flowers, panels, unlined.
Longest: Length 38 inches (96.5 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: All with wear and stains, one ripped.

Estimate: $500 - $700

Three Chinese Silk Embroidered Apron Skirts

Lot# 3033

Estimate: $500 - $700

Lot# 3034

A Large Japanese Green Ground Silk Ceremonial Kimono

The ground of green embroidered in silks and couched gilt thread with blossoming cherry trees, reels, a boat and duck, red silk lining.
Height approximately 74 inches (187.9 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3035

Chinese Blue Ground Kesi Woven Dragon Roundels Panel

18/19th Century.
Of Kesi silk woven in red, white, and golden thread against a blue ground, center with six evenly spaced dragon roundels, each side facing dragon writhing about the flaming pearl amidst ruyi head pendant form cloud, between horizontal mirror-imaged dragons chasing the pearl over the crashing sea wave and soared mountains, with brown silk damask border.
Length 38 inches (96.5 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Wear commensurate with age, fraying.

Estimate: $400 - $600

Lot# 3036

Group of Chinese Silk Embroidered Panels

Comprising a yellow ground horizontal panel embroidered with birds and flower scene a horizontal red ground panel, finely embroidered to depict crane in flight over the peony blooming tree and pheasants perched on a peach tree a sky-blue panel with swimming goldfish in lotus pond scene within embroidered blue and orange borders and a roll of brocade fabric with repeated archaist style dragons and phoenixes.
Longest: Length 75 inches (190 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $500 - $800

Group of Chinese Silk Embroidered Panels

Lot# 3036

Estimate: $500 - $800

Lot# 3037

A Manchu Ladys Headdress Liangbatou

Late Qing Dynasty.
The tall headdress is structured by wireframes covered with black silk, embellished with artificial flowers and tassels, parted to each side of the head, with woven horsehair cap extensions.
Width 19 inches (48.2 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $500 - $800

A Manchu Ladys Headdress Liangbatou

Lot# 3037

Estimate: $500 - $800

Lot# 3038

Chinese Manchu Ladys Headdress and Accessories

Comprising: the first, a complete tall Manchu ladys headdress, Liangbatou, structured by wireframes covered of black silk, parted to each side of the head, embellished with a long flat enameled hairpin highlighted by a band of blue ground Kesi silk woven stripe, with woven horsehair cap and hair extensions the second, an extra hair extension with a double braided queue the third, a black silk hairband with pink and red artificial flower ornaments the fourth a black silk cap the fifth, a rectangular red ground scarf with net fringe.
Largest: Width 15 1/2 inches (39.3 cm).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: All with wear.

Estimate: $600 - $800

Chinese Manchu Ladys Headdress and Accessories

Lot# 3038

Estimate: $600 - $800

Lot# 3039

Four Mens and Youth Vests Jackets 1760 - 1910

Comprising an 18th Century mans embroidered silk faille vest a blue velvet a purple velvet and silk satin mans fancy dress jacket in the manner of 17th Century example a youths fancy dress blue velvet dress jacket, with embroidered silk vest sewn into front and a mans maroon velvet dressing coat / jacket, extensively embroidered in gold thread to back and sleeves, possibly for fancy dress.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: The oldest vest in moderate condition, stained. Some items possibly reworked and with replacement buttons, repairs.

Estimate: $300 - $400

Four Mens and Youth Vests Jackets 1760 - 1910

Lot# 3039

Estimate: $300 - $400

Lot# 3040

1840s Silk Ikat Plaid Dress

Cotton embroidered and eyeletted collar and demi-sleeves sewn into the silk dress. Cape / shawl over darted bodice, with silk and gauze ribbon applique to edges and at sleeve hems. Button closure to front. Gathered waist.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Good overall condition. The bodice darts let out and moved to both fronts and backs, with evidence of prior stitching visible. Underarm and front near buttons show evidence of wear, and minor tears from silk being shot / exhausted. The skirt is in excellent condition.

Estimate: $500 - $700

1840s Silk Ikat Plaid Dress

Lot# 3040

Estimate: $500 - $700

Lot# 3041

Ladys Brown Printed Calico Dress Circa 1840

The calico print with colorful garlands of stylized flowers and stems, with blue silk taffeta appliqued to collar, sleeve hems, faux side pockets, and dress front. Front double button closure. Lined in deep red silk and brown polished cotton.
Circa 1840 and later.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: The dress appears to have been reworked, with a later blue silk pleated front panel inserted between the two sides. Overall condition is good. Short tears / holes at shoulder seams and to one or two spots of self cording. One button absent. Lining to sleeve hems is shot.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Ladys Brown Printed Calico Dress Circa 1840

Lot# 3041

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3042

Assorted Ladies 1850s-1900s Wedding Shoes Boots

Two off white satin covered leather, another white satin pair with beads and a fourth pair white kid with French blue beads. Two pairs of boots. All with Louis heels. Sizes range from 1 1/2 to 7 1/2.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition The oldest pairs of shoes with shot silk losses. Minor scuffing and bead losses. Scuffing, dirt and wear.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Assorted Ladies 1850s-1900s Wedding Shoes Boots

Lot# 3042

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3043

Two 19th Century Stove Pipe Hats in Leather Cases (4)

Browning King Co and Guardian Hat Co., St. Louis. Both with ifitted interiors to leather cases, one with red silk lining.
Circa 1850 and later.
Approximate dimensions: 10: H., 11 W. x 13 D., the cases, overall..

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3044

Ladys 1850s Two Part Silk Taffeta Dress

Blue and two color brown silk ikat taffeta. Machine and handsewn the darts and side seams to bodice let out. The Darted bodice with double pleated flounces to top of cape sleeves. Lace and felt ball applique to sleeve and bodice front. Grey crocheted frogs and balls. Polished cotton lining. The skirt quite deeply gathered to a heavy cotton band to interior. Polished cotton lining 5 deep around hem. Reinforcement tape to hem.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition Good condition overall. Collar absent. Where the bodice was let out, there are holes for old threads. Staining to armpit area silk lightly shot and a small stain to skirt.

Estimate: $500 - $800

Ladys 1850s Two Part Silk Taffeta Dress

Lot# 3044

Estimate: $500 - $800

Lot# 3045

Ladys 1860s Kashmir Cape with Silk Lining

Deep tri pointed collar, the magenta lining with single pocket. This item is sold with additional scraps of the original rectangular shawl.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Good overall condition. Cape exterior with minor holes and thread repairs. Lining in fair condition, a few tears and several holes.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Ladys 1860s Kashmir Cape with Silk Lining

Lot# 3045

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3046

Ladys 1860s Fawn Silk Taffeta Two Piece Day Dress

Darted bodice with sewn in stays and high collar, pleats applique, button front, long sleeves with curved hems and buttons to sleeves. The pleating repeated to center lower back. Voluminous skirt designed to be shaped by hoops, with pleating and inserts, and pleated double inset flounces to hem.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall good condition. Marked staining to underarms tear to one panel of skirt.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3047

Victorian Ladys 1870s Two Tone Two Piece Dress

Lace inset to collar and sleeve hems 3/4 length sleeves and button front with v shaped hem. The collar, sleeve hems and back with panels of chestnut brown silk, ruched to back gathered to sleeves. The button, hook and eye skirt with deep panels of the same brown silk terminating assymetrically, and triple flounce.
24 Waist.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall condition is very good. The skirt, toward the hem, has a few dots of staining and one or two tiny holes.

Estimate: $300 - $400

Victorian Ladys 1870s Two Tone Two Piece Dress

Lot# 3047

Estimate: $300 - $400

Lot# 3048

Ladys 1870s Ecru Silk Two Piece Wedding Dress

The silk fabric brocaded with stripes and flowers. Bodice with stiffened collar, it and bodice front and sleeve hems with appliqued band of pearls and beads, with chiffon and lace ruffles. Stays to interior. Bows, pleats and lace to shoulders and another bow to lower hem of bodice. Over skirt lined with waxed cotton with corduroy interior to hem.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall condition is moderate and good. The silk has shot to lower hem of bodice, with later restoration with mesh. 1 stain to back of bodice, 3 above and 2 over from central lower back. Skirt in very good condition.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Ladys 1870s Ecru Silk Two Piece Wedding Dress

Lot# 3048

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3049

Five Ladies Straw Hats, 1870 - 1950

Two with green ribbons: onegrosgrain ribbon, the other velvet.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Most of the hats are in good condition, with minor signs of wear. The hat with velvet band has a 1/4 x 2 1/2 section of edge absent.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Five Ladies Straw Hats, 1870 - 1950

Lot# 3049

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3050

Ladys 1870 Brown Calico Dress

Brown cotton printed with white and red cherries on short foliate stem. Spread collar, long sleeves with assymetrical self cuffs two darts to bodice. Two pockets. Flaring skirt for bustle and three flounces toward hem. Applique white trim to collar, cuffs, pockets and flounces. Button closure to front.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Very good overall condition. Back of neck and underarms lightly stained. Tear to hook, atop the line of button holes. One or two repairs to buttonholes.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Ladys 1870 Brown Calico Dress

Lot# 3050

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3051

Four Ladies White Cotton Gauze Summer Dresses

Each variously with lace inserts, and / or with applique embroidery.
Circa 1890-1910.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall good condition two with stains.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Four Ladies White Cotton Gauze Summer Dresses

Lot# 3051

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3052

Two Victorian Ladies Dresses, 1875-1900

Comprising an indigo calico long sleeved dress, with yoke and flounce toward hem and a black button front dress with removable stays in lined bodice, shaped yoke and waist, flounce toward hem, with contrast stitched in brown.
W R Holman stitched into black dress.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: On first item, the lined bodice with minor stains. Second item has minor stitching stress.

Estimate: $300 - $400

Two Victorian Ladies Dresses, 1875-1900

Lot# 3052

Estimate: $300 - $400

Lot# 3053

Ladys Victorian Fuchsia Silk Two Piece Ensemble

Wide mauve lace Bertha collar over pleated bodice with half -length sleeves and wide skirts. Button closure.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition Overall very good condition. The bodice lining silk is shot minor fraying to lace collar some closure hooks reworked.

Estimate: $300 - $400

Ladys Victorian Fuchsia Silk Two Piece Ensemble

Lot# 3053

Estimate: $300 - $400

Lot# 3054

Four Ladies Mourning Dresses, Bodices, Skirts, Pelise

All of silk, with applique lace black and blue velvet, flounces, embroidery, etc.
1860s- 1880s.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall condition is good to very good.

Estimate: $400 - $600

Lot# 3055

Victorian 18 Century Style Ladys Robe a la Francaise

Lace inset bodice, to printed silk taffeta stomacher and skirt front pink silk faille side fronts and back.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall very good condition. Some of the silk lining fabric is shot.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3056

Ladys 1890s Brocade Dress

Subtle taupe linen cotton and satin band brocade, woven with flowers. Machine sewn. Band collar over bodice, long sleeves with double pleated flounces at shoulder and wrists double V shaped pleat toward waist, gathered skirt. Lateral pleats and vertical flounces to back. Lined. Velvet band to interior hem. Hook and eye closures.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Moderate overall condition. Several stains and short tears to fabric, staining toward hem.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Ladys 1890s Brocade Dress

Lot# 3056

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3057

Ladies Three and Two Piece Dress Ensembles 1890-1905

A three piece mesh under-bodice, bodice and skirt ensemble, of aqua blue green silk taffeta, with convertible sleeves for day / evening. with lace inserts. Together with a two piece long sleeve jacket and skirt ensemble, of taupe lace, with aqua blue green silk taffeta. 5
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall good condition. Stains to underarms and a small splotch to front of skirt, the first. Some evidence of reworking of the bodice. Minor wear and holes to the ribbons on the second ensemble.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3058

Three Ladies Silk Dress Ensembles Circa 1900

A summer evening ensemble of lightweight cotton and lace embroidery bodice, overskirt and petticoats, an off white two-piece ensemble with tiny pleats and a third ensemble of off white satin with pale orange shirred silk satin ribbon applique to bodice and skirt.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Good to moderate overall condition. Some items with very minor spots, possible overstitching and replaced hook eye or buttons.

Estimate: $300 - $400

Three Ladies Silk Dress Ensembles Circa 1900

Lot# 3058

Estimate: $300 - $400

Lot# 3059

Victorian Style Ladys Mulberry Silk Brocade Dress

Also known as a morning robe. Brocade purple floral sprays on the mulberry silk fabric. Deep mutton chop sleeves over the skirt.Lined in pink and white silk to skirt. Two button closure.
Circa 1960, in the manner of circa 1890 fashions.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Excellent condition. Appears never to have been worn.

Estimate: $400 - $600

Lot# 3060

Five Ladies White Lace and Cotton Dresses 1900- 1915

Three with short sleeves and one long sleeved all with lace panels and / or embroidery.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Two with light stains one with hem panel of lace and trim with stitches loose and tears.

Estimate: $400 - $600

Lot# 3060A

Three Items, Ladies Evening Dress, c. 1900

Comprising a bodice with long tails, of acid green yellow bizarre printed silk, and a long petticoat with four flounces, both reputedly from a Worth Fancy dress costume. A Red silk blouse with gathered sleeves, waist, worn by a young woman who presented a wreath to Caruso, when he performed in San Francisco.
Condition: Overall good condition.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Three Items, Ladies Evening Dress, c. 1900

Lot# 3060A

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3061

Two Late Victorian Black and White Evening Dresses

The first black lace and black mesh, with short sleeves over lateral ruffels to bodice, and deep tucked lateral bands below waist.The second, long sleeved dress with black lace over an off white silk charmeuse underdress. Bodice cut with yoke and same lace capelet..
Circa 1900 - 1910.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Some tearing, holes to lace mesh and silk charmeuse, first. The second dress is in very good condition.

Estimate: $0 - $0

Lot# 3062

Two Late Victorian Ladies Evening Dresses

The first, black and natural white banded dress with self cape: black lace net alternating with off white silk charmeuse, with white lace collar and black jabot. Buttons to placketted dress. The second, a L Espanol: a short sleeved black silk crocheted mesh dress over silk gabardine, with rose colored velvet loops to waist and hem, under fringed crochet border.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condtion: Overall condition is good. The opera coat has tears to lining at back of neck and sleeves. The fur is a little tired on the dress.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Two Late Victorian Ladies Evening Dresses

Lot# 3062

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3063

Five Articles of Ladies 1900 Dress including Duster

Including light, summer weight lacy cotton bodice and skirt another linen bodice and skirt, and the duster.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall condition of this lot is good to very good. Duster has heavy creases from sitting in box for decades. Light dust. Minor thread tears, pulls.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3064

Five Late Victorian Mourning Dresses, Capes

Dress of crinkled crepe with pink velvet insert to bodice crinkled crepe skirt, two piece silk gabardine with lace applique, silk beaded long cape with brown and black glass beads, long cape of quilted wool.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall condition of this lot is good to very good. Some of the silk linings are torn or shot.

Estimate: $400 - $700

Five Late Victorian Mourning Dresses, Capes

Lot# 3064

Estimate: $400 - $700

Lot# 3065

Two Ladies Hats: Sequin Bead Cloche Beanie

Circa 1925-1930, the first the second, circa 1935.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: The sequin hat appears to be in excellent condition, with loss to one or two sequins. The beanie is in good to very good condition, with minor wear, possible use.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Two Ladies Hats: Sequin Bead Cloche Beanie

Lot# 3065

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3066

Three Ladys Cotton or Linen Dresses Circa 1900-1910

All two piece shirtwaists with skirts. Heavy cotton twill broadcloth with lace applique to sleeves two cotton gauze, one gingham checked with ruffled details. The third example calico, printed with black geometric designs, and with embroidery and lace edging to bodice.
Circa 1900 - 1910.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $400 - $700

Lot# 3067

Ladys 1910 Edwardian Evening Dress

Unlabeled in the manner of Paul Poiret. Lace high collar short sleeves, high waist, lateral ebroidered band gathered skirt. Stripe and banded with black embroidered linen embroidered taupe silk and black velvet. Broad high waistband with green silk lining Four clusters of three velveteen balls pendants to skirt. Velvet band at hem.
Circa 1910.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall condition is very good, albeit the lining silk is largely absent and desintegrating.

Estimate: $400 - $700

Ladys 1910 Edwardian Evening Dress

Lot# 3067

Estimate: $400 - $700

Lot# 3068

Six Ladies 1900 - 1910s White Summer Garments

Comprising: a three piece suite of embroidered cotton shirtwaist and matching jacket and skirt, of linen with inset crochetted lace and voided scrolling foliate designs a two piece ensemble of blouse with mutton chop sleeves, and pleats, and a pleated skirt, both with embroidery and lace panels and a capelet with tatted lace insets.
Circa 1900 - 1910.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Very good overall condition with one jacket stained and / foxed.

Estimate: $400 - $600

Six Ladies 1900 - 1910s White Summer Garments

Lot# 3068

Estimate: $400 - $600

Lot# 3069

French 1920s Black Silk Chiffon Dress

Shirt front with yoke, long sleeves. Inset with Russian-attributed shaped embroidered panels on the vertical axis.The chiffon dress machines sewn the embroidery panels hand embroidered and hand sewn to the main dress.
Not labelled.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.

Estimate: $400 - $600

French 1920s Black Silk Chiffon Dress

Lot# 3069

Estimate: $400 - $600

Lot# 3069A

Vintage Mexican Ladies Taxco Two Piece Skirt Top

Top and tie skirt hand block printed in white on black cotton with fanciful and farm animals, cacti, etc. Picked out and applique with off white sequins.
Label Teresa Original 1 Bernal Taxco Gro. Circa 1955.
Condition: Very good condition. Appears not to have been worn.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Vintage Mexican Ladies Taxco Two Piece Skirt Top

Lot# 3069A

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3070

Four 1910 - 1940 Black Lace Velvet Evening Dresses

All with short sleeves or sleeveless, bias cut. Including voided velvet with V neck and peplum detail to front another with split peplum under faux plunging front an example with godets toward hem.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall condition good to very good. Minor wear, torn threads.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3071

Four 1920s - 1930s Chiffon Flapper Dresses

Including a navy example sewed with enamelled buckles to low waist / hip an example in pale orange with printed floral pattern and gathers to lower back a two tone pink example with all over embroidery and a lace example.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall condition of items in this lot is good to very good. The buckles have some losses to enamel also, there may be some replaced hook eyes. Assorted possible loose threads, hems.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Four 1920s - 1930s Chiffon Flapper Dresses

Lot# 3071

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3072

Three 1930s-1940s Evening Dresses plus Slip and Jacket

The first, a printed net over pink silk lining the second a silver lame, and the last a purple voided silk on mesh, with slip and red velvet short jacket en suite. 5 items total.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall condition good to very good. The silk in the lining to first dress is substantially shot.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3073

Five Lilly Dache 1940s - 1960s Hats

Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall condition of items in this lot is good to very good, with almost no signs of use or wear.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Five Lilly Dache 1940s - 1960s Hats

Lot# 3073

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3074

Four Lilly Dache 1940s - 1960s Hats

Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall condition of items in this lot is good to very good, with almost no signs of use or wear.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Four Lilly Dache 1940s - 1960s Hats

Lot# 3074

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3075

Three 1960s Lilly Dache Hats

Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Almost all of the hats are in nearly new condition, with barely any signs of wear.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Three 1960s Lilly Dache Hats

Lot# 3075

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3076

Five Lilly Dache Hats and a Lilly Dache Hatbox

Circa 1940 - 1960s.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Almost all of the hats are in nearly new condition, with barely any signs of wear. Hatbox in good to moderate condition, with tape and hand writing to areas.

Estimate: $300 - $400

Five Lilly Dache Hats and a Lilly Dache Hatbox

Lot# 3076

Estimate: $300 - $400

Lot# 3077

Five Lilly Dache Hats and a Lilly Dache Hatbox

Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Almost all of the hats are in nearly new condition, with barely any signs of wear. Hatbox in good to moderate condition, with tape and hand writing to areas.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Five Lilly Dache Hats and a Lilly Dache Hatbox

Lot# 3077

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3078

Christian Dior 1960s Squared Mohair and Velvet Hat

Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: The hat is in very good condition, with almost no signs of use, scuffing.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3079

Four French 1950s - 1960s Ladies Hats

Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Almost all of the hats are in nearly new condition, with barely any signs of wear.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Four French 1950s - 1960s Ladies Hats

Lot# 3079

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3080

Two 1900s Straw Boater Hats and Leather Hat Case

With cotton or grosgrain ribbon to base of crowns. Lined leather case, circa 1930s - 1940s.
11 x 17 x 16 1/4
(Approximate Dimensions: 11 H. x 17 W. x 16 1/4 D., overall..
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall condition is good to very good. One hat with minor loss to edge of brim. Minor dirt.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Two 1900s Straw Boater Hats and Leather Hat Case

Lot# 3080

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3081

Two Ladies 1930s - 1940s Opera Coat and Coat Dress

The long sleeved opera / evening coat of black velvet with cream silk charmeuse lining and black frogs. The heavy wool dress with V neckline, long sleeves, two darts to bust channel stitched bias back, and black fur detail to shoulders and deep hem. The hem lined in black silk charmeuse.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall condition is good to very good, with one or two loose buttons, dropped stitches, and minor wear.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3082

Four Ladies Fashion Hats including Jacques Fath

Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall condition of this lot is very good, with few signs of use, and good, clean condition.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Four Ladies Fashion Hats including Jacques Fath

Lot# 3082

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3083

Jacques Fath Silk Plaid Sleeveless Dress, 1950s

Circa 1955.
KFD 17, MHAA number written on white cotton sheeting, stitched to back.
Evening / cocktail dress. Labels for Jacques Fath Paris and New York, and Joseph Halpert to back. Brown, grey and cream grosgrain weave, in an irregular plaid pattern. Multi-pleated brown silk belt, terminating in points. 3/4 length sleeveless bodice, bias cut below waist.
Jacques Fath (French, 1912-1954).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Very good condition. Appears not to have sweat stains under armpits food stains, etc.

Estimate: $1000 - $1500

Jacques Fath Silk Plaid Sleeveless Dress, 1950s

Lot# 3083

Estimate: $1000 - $1500

Lot# 3084

Jacques Fath Black Assymetrical Cocktail Dress

Circa 1957.
Jacque Fath Joseph Halpert label to back left. Silk gabardine cap sleeved bodice with princess line darting into yoke, over stylized bow. Zip to left side. Back cut as deeply as front, with shaped attached four-button belt, closing at left side of zip closure. 3/4 length.
Jacques Fath (French, 1912-1954).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Good condition. The threads holding two sides of front over bow together have popped. Hem shows light signs of being ironed on the edge.

Estimate: $600 - $800

Jacques Fath Black Assymetrical Cocktail Dress

Lot# 3084

Estimate: $600 - $800

Lot# 3086

Two 1950s Evening and Cocktail Silk Dresses

Circa 1955 - 1960.
The first, a pale grey silk evening gown by Brunot Soeurs, Cannes. Pink and purple asters in bands woven into the fabric. Strapless top over deeply pleated back. Boned bodice, linen lining, hook and eye closures to back. The second, a green silk gabardine cocktail dress with 3/4 length sleeves, curved v-line neck, princess cut, flared skirt. Skirt lined with mesh net. Retailers label for Bruckners Fresno, California.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall condition is very good. The evening gown, to the back, shows some threads possibly scratched or pulled.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Two 1950s Evening and Cocktail Silk Dresses

Lot# 3086

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3087

Estevez Black Silk Satin Evening Dress

Circa 1962.
Label to back ESTEVEZ.Sweetheart cut, angle pleated bodice with cap sleeves, with dramatic, pleat gathered to side panels. Mesh net skirting underneath. Zip off center on left rear seam. 3/4 length.
Luis Estevez (Cuban-American 1930 - 2014).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Label, resewn, left side, loose on right side. Very good overall condition.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Estevez Black Silk Satin Evening Dress

Lot# 3087

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3088

Claire Comte Paris Velvet Evening Dress

Circa 1964.
Label to white silk lining, Claire Comte 17, Bould.des Cappucines. Paris. Sleeveless boned black velvet bodice over black net mesh skirt, black and white velvet applique with stylized leaves. White net mesh and white rayon petticoat underneath the garment. Top edge of bodice cut over mesh with foliate designs.
Claire Comte (French, Active mid-late 20th Century).
FD521
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Brown stain to upper fronds, front right leaf.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Claire Comte Paris Velvet Evening Dress

Lot# 3088

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3090

Three Piece Dress Belt and Hat Designed by Lilly Dache

FN160 (hat) and 360 (dress)
Three piece ensemble of dress, belt and hat. Hat label Lilly Dache Paris New York 78 EAST 56th STREET, NY. Green rayon jersey pleated long sleeved dress with mercerized cotton ochre, brown and pink crochet inserts to neck, down sleeves, and sleeve and skirt hems. Woven felted wool hat with green, ochre and pink stripes, embroidered with gilt thread scrolls. An ensemble for day or cocktails.
Circa 1940. Lilly Dache (American, C. 1892-1989).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Good, the dress with a 1 inch long scratch to lower front bodice and two tiny holes from that, probably a pin scratch. Hat in very good condition with no visible flaws.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3091

Galanos Red Pattern Cocktail Dress

Circa 1970.
Label GALANO for Amelia Gray Beverly Hills. Wool knit printed in white, blue, ochre and red optic blocks, collar over button placket to front, two front pockets. Deep pleats below waist for flared hem. Cream colored silk lining back zip mother of pearl buttons. Above knee hem.
James Galanos (American, 1924-2016)
FD388
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Very condition.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Galanos Red Pattern Cocktail Dress

Lot# 3091

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3092

Valentino Boutique Cotton Coffee Beans Dress

Circa 1968.
Valentino Boutique label to back, with dry clean instructions and ALL COTTON Made in Italy Size 12. Pleated yoke bodice with pointed collar, short sleeves, two button front, a short skirt zip underneath, to drop pleated skirt. The pattern printed in brown and green on off white with cocoa beans and leaves. With an associated patent vinyl belt, Kimberley 10 1252.
Valentino Clemente Ludovico Garavini (B. 1932).
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Minute stain above coffee bean cluster above second button. Belt stiff, tired.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Valentino Boutique Cotton Coffee Beans Dress

Lot# 3092

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3093

Four Pairs of Roger Vivier Pumps

Sizes 5 - 8 1/2.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall condition of items in this lot is good to very good, with almost no signs of use or wear. One pair of the shoes is in good condition, with more substantial signs of use, staining, dirt, etc.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Four Pairs of Roger Vivier Pumps

Lot# 3093

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3096

1930s Mexican Embroidered Red Felt Sombrero

18 Diameter.
Not marked.
Light brown and cream colored cotton corded embroidery in geometric patterns to crown and base, with X stitching to brim. The felted brim with cream concentric banded stitching every 3/8. Crown with cotton lining and brown leather band to interior.
Circa 1935.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Very good condition appears not to have been worn. Minor light staining to brim minor pilling and dirt near denting to crown.

Estimate: $400 - $600

1930s Mexican Embroidered Red Felt Sombrero

Lot# 3096

Estimate: $400 - $600

Lot# 3100

La Guadalupana Vintage Mexican Sombrero

21 1/2 Diameter. M 42.
Printed to blue lining: GRAN FABRICA DE SOMBREROS DE PALMA LA GUADALUPANA, brocade two tone eagle, LICINIO CHAVEZ BOLIVAR N. 160. SAHUAYOand XXXXX.
Black stiffened felt with elaborate gold and orange tone embroidery including silver sequins. Gold tone cording.
Circa 1970.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Very good condition. Appears never to have been used.

Estimate: $300 - $500

La Guadalupana Vintage Mexican Sombrero

Lot# 3100

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3102

Three Vintage Mexican Gaucho Suits

Two grey, one with black cording and one with gold cording. One green with gold cording. Each with short jacket and trousers one with belt. All with contrast cording.
Circa 1950 - 1970.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall condition is very good these appear not to have been worn or used.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Three Vintage Mexican Gaucho Suits

Lot# 3102

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3103

US Navy Lieutenant Bicorn Hat Epaulets in Tin Box

Approximate dimensions: 7 H. x 18 W. x 8 D.
Condition: Minor loss to fur on hat. The hat is not lined. Otherwise, condition is very good to hat and epaulets. Tin box worn and scratch minor dents.

Estimate: $400 - $600

Lot# 3104

US Navy Bicorn Hat in Leather Case, Japan 1915

Approximate dimensions: 8 H. x 18 W. x 9 1/4 D..
Hat with purple silk lining, Yokahama 1915 Exhibition, plus pair of gilt thread epaulets, all in purple velvet lined brown leather case.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: hat with some wear and losses, threading loose on one anchor to epaulets. Lining to case somewhat worn leather hinge to case broken off, as with straps.

Estimate: $300 - $500

US Navy Bicorn Hat in Leather Case, Japan 1915

Lot# 3104

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3105

US Navy Captain Bicorn Hat Gilt Epaulets in Tin Box

Dress bicorn hat and gilt epaulets with silvered anchor and spread winged eagle. Hat by Meyer, New York. Tin box painted putty green.
Circa 1925.
6 1/4 x 18 3/4 x 8 1/4

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3106

US Navy Bicorn Hat in Leather Case, Japan 1915

6 1/2 x 18 1/2 x 8
The hat with silk lining, made by Schuele, Peppler and Kostens, Annapolis, MD. The gilt threaded epaulets with two bars under anchor, made in France. The tin case has been painted with C.T. Singleton, Jr. U.S.N. Plaid lined canvas case over the box.
Circa 1920.

Estimate: $300 - $500

US Navy Bicorn Hat in Leather Case, Japan 1915

Lot# 3106

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3107

US Navy Bicorn Hat, Epaulets and Belt in Tin Boxes

6 1/2 x 18 1/2 x 8 3 1/2 x 13 1/2 x 3 1/2
Dress bicorn hat and gilt epaulets with silvered anchor and spread winged eagle. Hat by Meyer, New York. The epaulets French. The larger box holding the hat and epualets the belt in smaller box from H. Vallien Co, New York.
Circa 1920.
Condition: Larger box top very dented, rusted, loss to hasp. Both boxes with rust, scratches, dents. wear.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3108

US Navy Bicorn Hat, Shoulder Boards, Belts in Case

US Navy Lieutenants bicorn hat from The Wm. H. Bellis Co., Annapolis, Md., together with one star, three stripes shoulder boards, dress and regulation belts and gilt tone buttons. All in purple velvet lined case, treated canvas over tin. Initials stencilled, L.V.A.
7 19 8 1/4
Condition: General use belt worn, abrasions cracks to leather. Other items in overall good condition, with one button quite nickeled. Case with scratches, wear.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3109

US Navy Bicorn Hat and Epaulets in Tin Box

English hat, epaulets unmarked. Single navy button in a corner of the box.
The hat, circa 1920 the epaulets appear to be later.
6 1/4 x 18 3/4 x 8 1/4
Condition: Hat with wear to top of crown. Bars removed from epaulets. Box with wear, rust, scratches and dents.

Estimate: $300 - $500

US Navy Bicorn Hat and Epaulets in Tin Box

Lot# 3109

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3110

US Navy Bicorn Hat Epaulets in J Starkey Tin Box

US Navy hat and gilt epaulets with four silvered thread bars bracketting a silvered thread anchor. In original velvet lined metal box. marked with makers name Joseph Starkey, Manufacturer, 23 Conduit Street London W. The bicorn hat and epaulets labelled Joseph Starkey to red lining. The tole painted box has a hinged lid with carry handle and hasp with brass makers badge and serial number R.N. 294819.
Circa 1900 -1910.
Approximate Dimensions: 8 H. x 18 W. x 8 D..
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Wear to hats crown, losses to fur.

Estimate: $300 - $500

US Navy Bicorn Hat Epaulets in J Starkey Tin Box

Lot# 3110

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3111

Four US Navy Hats: Bicorn, WW1, WW2, Later

English bicorn wool WW1 wool with green quilted lining, USS Albany white with navy blue leather visor.
Condition: All items with wear. White cap crown stained. The two wool hats in better condition, with almost no signs of use.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Four US Navy Hats: Bicorn, WW1, WW2, Later

Lot# 3111

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3111A

Six US Army and Navy Helmets Hats, WW2 and Later

Including USN Doctor bursar. Most with names to interior.
Condition: Some with dirt, scuffs, stains.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Six US Army and Navy Helmets Hats, WW2 and Later

Lot# 3111A

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3112

US Navy WAVE Doll, Hats, Ties, some by Mainbocher

Main Bocher (Fr, 1890 - 1975) designed almost all of the original elements of the US Navy WAVE outfits. This lot includes several of the summer weight seersucker hats as well as caps, ties, etc. Also, a cotton doll, pin cushion.
Condition: Most of the items in this lot are in good condition, although one or two of the hats have stains.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3112A

US Navy Dr. Bicorn Hat and Epaulets in Tin Box

Bicorn hat, unknown maker. The gilt threaded epaulets made in France.
Condition: Dime shaped wear to hat from contact with epaulet holder, one side. One epaulet hanger lacking slender wire support. Box with rust, dents, scratches wear.

Estimate: $300 - $500

US Navy Dr. Bicorn Hat and Epaulets in Tin Box

Lot# 3112A

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3113

US Navy WAVE and Nurse Corps Uniform Dress

Including two nurse dresses in linen and wool and skirt tops ties hats for WAVES, including items by Main Bocher (Fr, 1890 - 1975) who designed almost all of the original elements of the US Navy WAVE outfits.
Condition: The overall condition of items in this lot is very good. A few items have stains, wear.

Estimate: $300 - $500

US Navy WAVE and Nurse Corps Uniform Dress

Lot# 3113

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3114

Two US Navy and Marine Corps Dress Uniforms

The latter with extensive gilt thread braiding, soutache to lower sleeves and on trousers.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Basic condition is very good, with few signs of wear. Some abrasions to soutache, etc.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Two US Navy and Marine Corps Dress Uniforms

Lot# 3114

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3115

Four Mens Militaria Equestrian Items

New York and unknown makers.
Comprising: a pair of 19th Century Equestrian Boots a pair of US Army (Union) Jodphurs, Major Perry B. Lansons leather kit bag and Ridabock Co. New York wool and leather forage hat.
Last quarter of the 19th Century and later.
Approximate dimensions: The hat, size 6 7/8.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Four Mens Militaria Equestrian Items

Lot# 3115

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3116

Four WWII US Navy Boat Cape Cloaks

Including an officers cape cloaks. Velvet collars over wool bodies variously lined, with crocheted frogs and trim to fronts.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Overall condition is very good one example with extensive tears, losses to lining.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Four WWII US Navy Boat Cape Cloaks

Lot# 3116

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3117

Oakland War Service Special Police Wool Jacket

Youth or very petite womans size.
Circa 1942.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Appears to be in very good condition, with minor wear.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Oakland War Service Special Police Wool Jacket

Lot# 3117

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3118

Framed Dated 1826 Mexican Sampler by L. Garcia

Mexico.
1826.
Stitched on linen in cross stitchingwith alphabet over scattered motifs including dog, donkey, deer, goblet, etc. Under glazing in carved and stained wood frame.
Signed in purple stitching to lower right: Lo Hizo / L Garcia / Ao 1826. Palimpsestic signature in graphite: Garcia to lower center.
Approximate dimensions: 10 3/4 x 14 3/4, framed.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: Good condition overall. The stitching is bright and vibrant, albeit there is staining to the linen.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Framed Dated 1826 Mexican Sampler by L. Garcia

Lot# 3118

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3119

Collection 1860 -1940 Accessories incl. Gold Fill Pen

Including jet beads and buttons, black soutache and buttons, black 1940s rayon sheath robe pen
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: This lot of items is in good condition overall.

Estimate: $300 - $500

Lot# 3120

Collection Rhinestone Jewelry including Brooches

A large collection of rhinestone jewelry including earrings, clip on earrings, brooches, necklaces, etc.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: This lot of items is basically in good condition, with some minor losses to jewels as well as wear, scratching and the occasional loss of bead / glass.

Estimate: $300 - $400

Collection Rhinestone Jewelry including Brooches

Lot# 3120

Estimate: $300 - $400

Lot# 3121

Collection of Stickpins, Sterling Pin, Dior Suite

Including a suite of earrings and a brooch with gold tone and coral look, Christian Dior a collection of stickpins with 10K, gold filled, enamel moonstone amethyst. Also, a donkey pulling a cart pin of sterling silver.
Circa 1900 and later.
Provenance: Sale of items to benefit the Monterey History and Art Association. This non-profitassociation has been a guiding force in preservingMontereys history since the founding of the association in 1931. Guarding Montereys precious historic assets and the preservation and presentation of its historical heritage for future enjoyment has been made possible by citizens who care and give generously of their time and resources.

The Associations mission is to sharethe histories and the diverse legacies of people, stories, and places that continue to shape Monterey. It possesses extensive collections of furnishings, paintings, photographs, costumes, books, manuscripts, and other artifacts focused on Monterey and California.
Condition: The basic condition of this lot is good to very good. Some of the stickpins are lightly twisted, bent, repaired, resoldered.

Estimate: $300 - $400

Lot# 3122

Two Antique Amethyst, Pearl, Gold, Silver-Gilt Pendants

Including one Victorian amethyst, silver-gilt granulated pendant brooch measuring approximately 66 x 28 mm together with an Art Nouveau amethyst, freshwater pearl, yellow gold pendant measuring approximately 36 x 20 mm.
Gross Weight: 4.9 dwts

Estimate: $100 - $150

Lot# 3123

Victorian Hair, Gold-Filled Jewelry Items

Including a woven hair, gold-filled 14 inch choker a woven hair, gold-filled 7 inch mourning bracelet together with five varying sized hair, gold-filled mourning brooches.
Gross Weight: 45.1 dwts

Estimate: $200 - $300

Victorian Hair, Gold-Filled Jewelry Items

Lot# 3123

Estimate: $200 - $300

Lot# 3124

Victorian Black Onyx, Seed Pearl, Gold Jewelry Suite

Including one black onyx, seed pearl, 10k rose gold bar brooch measuring approximately 12 x 66 mm together with a matching pair of black onyx, seed pearl, 10k rose gold cubed earrings.
Gross Weight: 12.8 dwts
Note: One corner of bar brooch chipped.

Estimate: $150 - $250

Lot# 3125

Collection of Miscellaneous Victorian Jewelry Items

Including gold-filled bangles an enamel, yellow gold scatter pin rings earrings cufflinks and others.
Gross Weight: 63.3 dwts
Note: Most items in poor to fair condition. Some cufflinks missing mate and some items broken.

Estimate: $100 - $150

Lot# 3126

Collection of Two Victorian Gold-Filled Accessories

Including one gold-filled foliate motif fountain pen together with a mother-of-pearl, gold-filled toiletry utensil.
Gross Weight: 22.4 dwts

Estimate: $50 - $100

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