Ruth and Samuel Shute's Portrait of Electra Snow Pierce (1832) will cross the block in Skinner's Americana sale on August 14.
The painting is expected to make $100,000-150,000.
The husband and wife team worked together as portrait painters in New England in the 1830s, using a distinct vernacular style.
Ruth would draw the outline and Samuel would paint.
The reverse is inscribed: "Drawn by R.W. Shute and Painted by Samuel S.A. Shute, February 20th 1832."
It also includes the words: "This is portrait of Electa Pierce, sister of my grand-mother Marshall, who was Mary Bowers Pierce, lived in Dunstable and Hudson, N.H."
This second inscription is in a different hand, probably a descendent of the original owner.
In 2014, the Shutes' Portrait of Jeremiah H Emerson sold for $665,000 at Sotheby's.
Leander Allen Plummer II's Striped Bass (1911) carving is also on offer, with a valuation of $40,000-60,000.
Plummer was a native of New Bedford, Massachussets.
He trained as a painter in Paris, but on his return to the US discovered a natural aptitude for carving.
A lifelong hunter and fisherman, his subject was the wild game that surrounded him.
Another striped bass carving by Plummer sold for $59,250 at Skinner in 2009.
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