B340 Late 19th century Game Board , with the original red and black paint, one board white pine construction, with a champfered edge, each block on the Game Board is deep scribed, to make each block stand out. carved on the back are the initials (C.C. H.
Z300 Carnival Heart Ring Toss painted in red, yellow, and blue, these doweled hearts fit into black painted boards and were used for a ring toss game in a mid-century carnival. Some of the hearts were reinforced with strips of sheet metal along their sides, such as these , beautiful color.
A10 19th century Folk Art Game Board, made from a tobacco shipping Box, with original lable on back, from Middletown Ohio. The colors are red and black painted on a single board
Z353 Mid 19th century Great piece of Folk Art tin Arrow, found in New England , with wonderful surface. This was used on a weathervane circa 1850-1860
Y325 Original 19th century New England Game Board from Okeland Me. on the bottom of the game board is( Aldens-4) applied baton on the bottom to keep the boards from warping applied molding
RM68 Early York Co. Pennsylvania Folk Art Relief carved Horse, white pine board with walnut carved horse applied.
Z324 19th century New Englan Game Board with original red and black paint with applied molding held in place with square head nails wonderful small size
X60 American, mid-20th century. Folk art whirligig depicts a Man pumping water Constructed of wood, retains original painted surface
Z189 Early 20th Century wooden painted carnival game wheel of chancel.A fabulous piece of antique Americana. A wonderfully decorative wheel with paint that is more graphic than on many. The yellow, red, black and green paint are still vibrant