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List of Items Sold at Onassis Auction

April 27, 1996 GMT

The list of lots sold at the auction of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’ estate. Prices reflect Sotheby’s addition of 15 percent on amounts up to $50,000 and 10 percent on amounts over $50,000.

Lot 1: G.P. Trautner (and others) seashell engravings ($700-$800) $6,900

Lot 2: G.P. Trautner (and others) seashell engravings ($700-$800) $7,475

Lot 3: A Louis XV/XVI ormolu and bronze mantel clock, which was in the White House and later in Onassis’ New York apartment ($5,000-$7,000) $46,000

Lot 4: French painted paper 19th-century screen ($3,000-$5,000) $23,000

Lot 5: Set of six Louis XVI style painted chairs ($2,500-$3,500) $16,100

Lot 6: Study of a Snow Owl, painting by Peter Paillon. Was in Jackie Kennedy’s White House bedroom ($2,000-$3,000) $31,050

Lot 7: Brass-mounted mahogany table ($35,000-$45,000) $107,000

Lot 8: Empire style ormolu-mounted slant-front desk ($1,500-$2,000) $68,500

Lot 9: Carved mahogany marble-top table ($8,000-$12,000) $48,875

Lot 10: 19th-century mahogany stool ($100-$150) $33,350

Lot 11: Signed A. Berghaus drawing, Miss Lane’s Reception at the White House ($1,000-$1,500) $16,100

Lot 12: Study of an Ostrich, watercolor ($3,000-$5,000) $13,800

Lot 13: A Park View, 19th century oil painting ($800-$1,200) $13,800

Lot 14: Louis XV style gilded three-light lamp ($700-$900) $48,875

Lot 15: Pair of Paris porcelain gold-ground vases mounted as lamps ($1,500-$2,000) $31,050

Lot 16: Onassis and sister Lee on a camel, watercolor on paper by Jacqueline Duheme ($500-$700) $31,050

Lot 17: Coalport porcelain ``Peacock″ pattern dinner service, belonging to Onassis’ mother ($4,000-$6,000) $23,000

Lot 18: Coalport ``Peacock″ pattern salad bowl ($300-$500) $8,050

Lot 19: Pair of Coalport ``Peacock″ pattern tureens, covers and stands ($600-$800) $8,625

Lot 20: Twelve Coalport ``Peacock″ plates ($900-$1,200) $10,350

Lot 21: Eleven Coalport ``Peacock″ plates ($500-$700) $6,900

Lot 22: Pair of Coalport ``Peacock″ dessert plates ($200-$300) $5,750

Lot 23: Pair of Coalport ``Peacock″ plates ($200-$300) $5,175

Lot 24: 19th-century Regency rosewood reading and games table ($3,500-$4,500) $43,125

Lot 25: Chinese export porcelain dish, circa 1876 ($200-$300) $12,650

Lot 26: Pair of painted armchairs that were in the first lady’s White House bedroom ($1,500-$2,000) $25,300

Lot 27: Early Victorian dressing table ($1,500-$2,000) $40,250

Lot 28: Pair of enamel Staffordshire 18th century candlesticks ($900-$1,200) $11,500

Lot 29: Pair of enamel Staffordshire candlesticks, circa 1800 ($600-$800) $12,650

Lot 30: Pair of enamel Staffordshire candlesticks, late 18th century ($600-$800) $11,500

Lot 31: Smolensko Ahead and a chestnut colt with jockey, a pair of oil paintings that hung in JFK’s White House bedroom ($2,000-$3,000) $74,000

Lot 32: Rocking horse that was in Caroline Kennedy’s nursery at the White House ($2,000-$3,000) $85,000

Lot 33: John F. Kennedy Jr.’s high chair, used at the White House ($1,500-$2,000) $85,000

Lot 34: Silver Tiffany tape measure monogrammed ``JBK″ ($500-$700) $48,875

Lot 35: Two terracotta horses, 3rd century B.C. ($12,000-$18,000) $82,250

Lot 36: Black glazed Greek vessel, circa mid-4th century B.C. ($20,000-$30,000) $54,625

Lot 37: Silver-plated beaker engraved ``J.K.″ ($100-$150) $19,550

Lot 38: German earthenware tub, circa 1910 ($800-$1,200) $42,550

Lot 39: Marble torso of Aphrodite, 2nd/1st century B.C. $($6,000-$9,000) 41,400

Lot 40: Pair of Louis XVI painted chairs from the 18th century, used in the White House and in Onassis’ New York apartment ($10,000-$15,000) $134,500

Lot 41: Henry F. Miller baby grand piano with bench ($3,000-$5,000) $167,500

Lot 42: Bessarabian style carpet, 20th century ($2,000-$3,000) $51,750