Arts: Will Sell

David Belasco, wizard of the realistic stage, is about to sell his collections— artistic and otherwise. There is a work table of rosewood, gift to his mother from Edwin Booth; there is a cloak worn by Booth as Don Cesar de Bazan; a French harp once belonging to the Empress EugÉnie; Staffordshire ware, vessels, plates, figurines; European and Chinese porcelains; Chinese porcelain birds; Capo di Monte figurines; English, U. S., Bohemian glass; wood carvings; furniture from France, England, Italy; early textiles, brocades, needlework panels, cushions, banners; Chinese, Persian, Caucasian, Turkish rugs;...

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