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Pook & Pook.  June 19th & 20th 2009. Lot 451. Estimated: $10K - $20K.  Realized: $3510.  Wilhelm Schimmel (Cumberland Valley, PA, 1817-1890), carved and painted spread winged eagle, retaining a yellow and brown body, 10 1/4" h., 13 1/4" w.

Pook & Pook. June 19th & 20th 2009. Lot 451. Estimated: $10K - $20K. Realized: $3510. Wilhelm Schimmel (Cumberland Valley, PA, 1817-1890), carved and painted spread winged eagle, retaining a yellow and brown body, 10 1/4" h., 13 1/4" w.

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Wilhelm Schimmel Carved Spread Wing Eagle. : Lot 613 Wilhelm Schimmel (Cumberland Valley, PA, 1817-1890) Carved and Painted Spread Wing Eagle. Brown body with yellow highlights and green base .Ex. collection of El Roy P. and Helene Master. 10'' h., 13 1/4'' w. Condition: Left wing replaced, repair at neck and some points on right wing. Harry Hartman Sold $4300

Wilhelm Schimmel Carved Spread Wing Eagle. : Lot 613 Wilhelm Schimmel (Cumberland Valley, PA, 1817-1890) Carved and Painted Spread Wing Eagle. Brown body with yellow highlights and green base .Ex. collection of El Roy P. and Helene Master. 10'' h., 13 1/4'' w. Condition: Left wing replaced, repair at neck and some points on right wing. Harry Hartman Sold $4300

Pook & Pook.  October 3rd & 4th 2014 Lot 727.  Wilhelm Schimmel (Cumberland Valley, Pennsylvania 1817-1890), carved and painted spread winged eagle, retaining its original untouched polychrome surface, 9" h., 12 1/4" w. Excellent untouched surface. Provenance: piece has never been out of the family of the consignor. According to family history, the eagle was carved for William Byers while Schimmel was staying at William's father's farm around 1875. It has descended directly in the family…

Pook & Pook. October 3rd & 4th 2014 Lot 727. Wilhelm Schimmel (Cumberland Valley, Pennsylvania 1817-1890), carved and painted spread winged eagle, retaining its original untouched polychrome surface, 9" h., 12 1/4" w. Excellent untouched surface. Provenance: piece has never been out of the family of the consignor. According to family history, the eagle was carved for William Byers while Schimmel was staying at William's father's farm around 1875. It has descended directly in the family…

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