D447 19th century Shendoha Vally Virgina Farm Table , in original blue paint, with a single over sized square head nailed drawer, three board top, mortised and pegged construction,
C518 A fine early 19th century Pennslyvania Dough Box in an undisturdeb blue paint, dovetailed case and a removable lid, with applied handles circa 1810
19th century hand made wooden Rocking Horse in it's original paint showing wonderful wear from lots of love, the rockers are painted red with a black and mustard decorated platform. Early in the 19th century, woodworkers, most from New England, started making more sculptural horses. "These were hand-made,
F201 Mid 19th century Exquisite Tall Bucket Bench from Shenandoah Valley Virginia Bucket Bench in the original bittersweet red paint, the shelves are double mortised through the ends, with a applied shaped gallery at the top, yellow pine and poplar squared head nail one board construction, with high cut out ends
Z315 19th century Pennsylvania decorated Wax Sealer,circa 1875 straight sided jar with wax sealer rim.
SOLD F119 19th century Peel board was used in England to peel potatoes. One side is in original stunning blue paint and the other side is a rich old natural patina the wood is pine.
C342 19h century Cutlery Tray, with original dry red wash,circa 1830-1840 nice high cut out handle, with canted sides, dovetailed case, found in Lebman Co. Pennsylvania
F700 Captain HARRY JOBES Pintail Drake Duck Decoy Havre de Grace, Maryland. Original paint in great condition
** SOLD** F163 18th to early 19th century Pennsylvania painted Bowl, beautiful deep turned wooden bowl retains a strong painted exterior with old natural patina on the interior.
** SOLD** RM1081 Very early Massachussets Miniature round finger- lapped pantry box in beautiful Windsor green paint. The wood is Maple with a Pine top and bottom. This style pantry box with opposing lapped fingers
E528 Beautiful Geometric tri-colored Coverlet in great condition. We were fortunate to have also obtained a handwritten partial family provenance which came pinned to coverlet.
C106 Late 18th century one drawer work table with the original red paint, dovetailed drawer, thick one board top chamfered around edges to appear thinner than it is,held place with tee nails circa 1790 - 1810
F200 Early 19th Century hanging flat wall cupboard from Western Pennsylvania in original white paint, having a single door with 9 window-lites and a small chamfered molding around the top. The door is full mortised and pegged with early wavy, bubbled glass.
**SOLD** F191 Small blue bucket bench with three mortised shelves and half moon cut out ends. Bench is from Upsate New York. Mid 19th Century.
F208 19th century blue paint decorated storage Box beautiful smoke decoration and dovetailed case.
**SOLD** F169 A very rare Pennslyvania Painted pine Pie Safe,in old oyster white paint, 19th century, circa 1840 a single door which is ful mortised and pegged, with flower design in a circle hand punched large over size tins
F204 Oversized Berks County, Pennsylvania carrier in gorgeous Robin egg blue paint. High center divider with cut out handle and canted sides. Circa late 19th Century.
F164 New England Green painted miniature blanket chest with inlaid ivory lock escutcheon, dovetailed case and applied dovetailed bracket base that circumvents the entire chest. This chest has very fine dovetailed joints - with dovetails every 1/2" which is very rare. Circca 1820
RM1097 Eastern Shore, Maryland bucket bench in original red paint with wonderful tombstone shaped ends, rounded gallery-style backboard and cut out feet. Combination of wire nail and square nail construction. Circa 1890 - 1910.
** SOLD** F160 Black Folk Art Ball Toss Carnival Game - "Hit Ol Josh's Hat - 3 Balls 10 c" to win prize(s).
**Sold**F167 19th century small Pennslyvania Wash Bench in the original dry oyster white paint
F196 Beaver fishing decoy with movable wooden tail, metal legs, tiny tack eyes, pronounced teeth and retains one side of his wire whiskers. Original weights and paint. From the collection of Barry Nelson
RM1098 Rare Charles Barnard (1876-1958) Canvasback Drake decoy from upper Chesapeake Bay. Notice boat hull like body. Original balance weight.
F195 Beaver fishing decoy with leather tail, metal weights, tin legs and carved eyes. From the collection of Barry Nelson.
F161 Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Hepplewhite one drawer stand with dovetailed drawer in original black paint. Wonderfully tapered legs and square nail construction.
X386 19th century blue table -top Desk, New England, late 19th century, with a lift hinged slant lid on a nail constructed box, the intrior is divided
**SOLD**F146 Exceptional Lancaster County, Pennsylvania early 19th Century oversized Dry Sink in the original pewter gray paint with a bittersweet red painted well. Extremely unusual form having a 10 ½” deep well and slanted drain board top with incised grooves for water drainage. The drain board is wrapped with an applied dovetailed gallery. There is one oversized, dovetailed drawer over two plank doors. Each door has a batton on the inside to keep them from warping.
**SOLD**F165 Late 19th century Double-Horse Hooked Rug, Pennsylvania , it is rare and desirable to see two horses on the same rug. The standing pose is further energized by the boarder, of different colors
**SOLD**F206 - Stuning Robin Egg Blue painted firkin with steamed and bent finger lapped joints with tiny square nails and copper tack construction. Age appropriate patina inside.
F205 Pantry box - thick steamed and bent walls with tiny square nails and tack construction in a light blue paint
**SOLD**F162 Late 19th century Wonderful child’s dress with a mock jacket front and garibaldi style sleeves on wooden hangar monogrammed with the initials “KAR”. Dress is made of what appears to be a taffeta type fabric
**SOLD** F197 Late 19th century Tin basket with handle - gracefully bent slats of tin form the basket and it is accented with wonderful crimped tin decorative bands!
F198 19th century Peg Rack with four hand turned peggs in the original Yellow paint and beaded edges along top and bottom.
**SOLD** F159 One Gallon Cobalt Decorated Stoneware Pitcher, stamped “P. Herrmann”. (Peter Herrmann / Baltimore Potter /1825- 1901) Ovoid-bodied pitcher with tooled rim and applied strap handle
SB10 On Point" Bird Dog painting oil on artist board dates to the late 19th century, There is a signature W.H. The artist captured the motion very competently. As the painting is over 100 years old from Baltimore MD
**Sold**RM1094 19th Century Maryland Nautical Sea Chest in old yellow over blue paint, with original rope and leather Becketts (handles). Dovetailed case with applied base. Circa 1830.
F192 19th century American painted wooden advertising bin with hinged lid , stenciled Use Capital Coffee on front and The Ohio Coffee & Spice Co. / Columbus, Ohio top. Red and Black painted "Capital Coffee" Bin - Stenciled on top: "The Ohio Coffee & Spice Co.
F207 Mid 20th century fine red breasted merganser decoy by Alvin Meekins of Hooper’s Island, Dorchester County, Maryland, Circa 1960’s
F158 A pair of high head Decoys from Havre De Grace Md . The Decoys are in original paint and perfect condition. The carver is unknown, but He made a fine pair of decoys, they look the Barnard family decoys ca. (1970’s)
F193 Lg wooden Beaver fishing decoy with wire whiskers, tin legs, glass eyes, large wooden tail, original weights and paint.
F190 Salmon painted Firkin with tacked and stapled finger lap bands around top and bottom
F166 Early 20th century still life painting of fruit on bread board - from the collection of Barry Nelson Alexandria Va. .
F203 19th century Document Box with the original paint, hinged lid, nail construction case
RM1095 Rare Charles Barnard (1876-1958) Canvasback Drake decoy from upper Chesapeake Bay branded with a "G" for the name Gabler rig . Notice boat hull like body. Original balance weight,Barnard was a guide and market hunter. Many consider his decoys to be the finest example of an Upper Bay carving. Cleaned down to the original paint shows several shot holes, from hunting use
RM1096 Rare Charles Barnard (1876-1958) Bluebill Drake decoy from upper Chesapeake Bay from the Gabler rig . Notice boat hull like body. Original balance weight,Barnard was a guide and market hunter. Many consider his decoys to be the finest example of an Upper Bay carving. Cleaned down to the original paint shows several shot holes, from hunting use
F151 Early 20th century beautiful wooden Double Sided Seafood Co. Hanging Wood Advertising Sign. Large oval double sided sign centered with a relief carved fish and reads "Lakewood Seafood Co., We Ship Anywhere, Fresh Local Varieties, Lakewood, California". Very nice overall condition
F135 Water color of Thomas R. Coulon He was born 1/2/1815. He was the Father of Anne Elizabeth Lockwood, Grandfather of Ralph Cooper Lockwood, Great Grandfather of Janet Lockwood
F150 Early 19th century fine walnut cutlery tray / knife box. Circa 1820. Having two deep sections with raised divider with heart shaped pierced central carrying handle. Constructed of walnut wood with a canted dovetailed case. This tray retains its original patina.
F154 Lidded Stoneware Cake Crock attributed to Remmey, Philadelphia, PA, circa 1865,
F157 19th century Pennsylvania early BOWERS THREE THISTLES SNUFF Advertising Stoneware Crock. Large four-gallon, off white salt glazed stoneware Crock with freehand cobalt painted label "Bowers Three Thistles Snuff" on front.
F148 Shaker Peach Basket has a gorgeous green painted surface. The Basket is hand woven with thick oak wooden slats in a diamond pattern and is well constructed and heavy. There is a circular oak wooden bottom board. The bentwood bands are secured by age appropriate tacks.
**SOLD**F130 19th century set of two drawers, all original in old green paint with the original knobs on the drawers.
F152 Mid 19th century Firkin in original Windsor green paint with the name " H.M. Lovering." painted on lid. This firkin is constructed of wooden staves and pegs, bentwood handle and lap joints, copper tacks to hold the bands in place and is in very good condition.
F155 Original Blue Painted round wooden Pantry Box in excellent old robin egg blue paint, ca. 1880. Bentwood box with tack bands, old robin egg blue over the original exterior with natural patina on the inside.
F153 Pennsylvania hand made tin Chandelier, signed on top by maker – “J.K.R.”. It has eight arms and is not electrified. Bee’s wax candles are included with Chandelier.
F134 Pair of Madison Mitchell Decoys, in original paint, rig mates, late 50’s early 60's
F131 Early 1940 Black Duck from Harford County, Maryland, in original paint, all hand chopped body
**SOLD**F140 Mid 19th century hand made paint brush outstanding workmanship.
F105 Late 19th century miniature four drawer Chest in the original red paint. The top is one board with panel sides, a nice drop apron cut out base. The drawers are nailed construction with original knobs.
**SOLD**F139 Wonderful mat featuring a total of 108, 1 1/4” handmade yo-yo’s from various fabrics.
**Sold**F133 Late 19th century still life of books and ink well, painted on canvas, reframed, restored, great colors and subject, signed by Artist in right corner of open book in center of painting: M.V. Millan.
RM1093 Patriotic hand made /painted wooden shield from Maine. Features red, white and blue stars and stripes with a nice molded edge. Early 20th century Folk Art - Circa 1918-1945
RM788 Mid 19th Century original blue painted Candle Box / Money Box. Wonderful sliding lid box was used as a cash box for a country store in Salisbury, Maryland during the late 1800’s. Square head nail construction
RM1092 Uniquely shaped Tin Two-light Candle Sconce with crimped edges, supporting two candle sockets with fluted dished cups.
F138 Large Eastern Shore Maryland gathering basket or drying Basket. Natural patina with a dark blue band encompassing the basket. Heavy and very sturdy woven construction.
F156 18th century fancy wooden game rack in old green paint. Nine staggered and offset wrought iron hooks for hanging wild game or drying herbs. Hooks are held in place by being folded over on back. Mounting holes at both ends.
**SOLD** F116 Important mid 19th century Pennsylvania Apothecary with 30 drawers circa 1840 and high bracket base with original drawer labels and beautiful dry red paint. Pharmacy information on the label reads: Moyer Brothers – store located at Main and Central Street, Bloomsburg, PA.
F99 Early 19th century dovetailed Bittersweet Red painted hanging Wall Shelf. Shelves are mortised into the sides with a rounded shaped top.
F87 Early 19th century North Carolina Child's ladder back Chair, in the original black paint, note the original split ash seat
F109 Oversize hand carved Swan from Dorchester County Maryland, signed by " Danny Brannock" Swan is hollow carving with raised wings feathers and the most beautiful turned neck and tilted head, The paint is a antiqued white which add to the beauty of the Swan
C205B 18th Century bentwood pantry box with early rose head nail fingerlapped joint in original dark gray paint.
C205 New England 19th Century Pantry Box, with original dry green paint, with over lapping bentwood sides, secured with small metal tacks.
C205A 19th Century bentwood pantry box with tacked joint in original pewter gray paint
F95 Early 19th century Country Hepplewhite one drawer Server / Side Table, in the original red paint, the over sizes drawers is dovetailed , with a one board scrub top, nice tapered legs,
F126 19th century Chippendale style matching pair of walnut foot stools, beautiful original surface to the walnut wood , The Stool are covered with period correct fabric, circa 1840
F128 Mid 19th century,THUMB BACK WINDSOR CHAIR IN YELLOW PAINT. Having straight crest rail mortised into carved and turned uprights with turned spindles having a carved shaped seat on simple bamboo turned base.
F123 19th Century fantastic early Pennslyvania folk art style courting mirror or looking glass, This Mirror in small size and the most beautiful original fancey grained paint.
Early 19th Century Tall iron boot scraper retaining old blue paint! Would be a perfect addition for an entrance to any home. Boot scrapers
**SOLD** RM1085 Original Blue painted oversized Hourglass, blown glass with sand running approximately one hour encased in a wood base and top with three spindles.
**SOLD** 18th century Delaware beehive wooden bowl in beautiful worn blue paint, out of round at 11" X 10 3/4 " diameter x 3 1/4” tall. Hand turned out of round well used bowl, even has some chew marks on edge
F112 Taylor Boyd (1856-1946) Upper Bay working Decoy, Canvasback Drake, in the original paint no cracks to the neck or body circa 1910 found in a rig of decoys in Talbot Co maryland
F129 Canvasback Sink Box Decoy painted by Captain William E. “Bill” Collins Centreville, Maryland Born 1949 Born at Perry Point and raised in Perryville, Bill Collins began hunting and repairing decoys at an early age under the encouragement and tutelage of his older brother.
**SOLD** F91 This is a stunning 19th century Walnut Jackson Press from Wythe County Virginia, from the Estate of Huddle, in Wythe Co, Black Lick Section, Kimberlin Community. In original surface, it is a two-part pie safe press circa 1850
F124 19th Century American Glazed Full Rigged Schooner Diorama, circa 1860 The Framed Wood And Glazed Diorama Depicting, two, Three-Masted, Full Rigged Schooners
**SOLD**F119 18th century wooden turned compote. The original surface just wonderful Notice the shaped stem, the wood is walnut,beautifully turned. Circa 1780;
**SOLD** F104 19th Century full body eagle weathervane in beautiful old surface on a wooden base. This is an outstanding example of a full bodied iconic American symbol with outstretched wings and open beak with tongue perched upon a ball. It is composed of molded sheet copper and has great detail, including full legs, feet and talons with embossed feathers and broad tail.
F122 Colorful hand wrought Sampler with four sets of alphabets in varying stitch styles with very intricate borders and row dividers. The maker stitched: “Sarah Karpham wrought this December 30 1797 Aged 10 years”
F102 Barrel Lid in the original dry green paint with sturdy handle and thick steamed and bent finger lapped edge.
**SOLD** F107 Large 'ear of corn' Folk Art sculpture - Found at the State Fair in Indiana at vendor market stall. hand painted and hand carved on an imposing scale, Great colors and workmanship
F111 Taylor Boyd (1856-1946) Upper Bay working Decoy, Canvasback Drake, in the original paint no cracs to the neck or body circa 1910 found in a rig of decoys in Talbot Co maryland
F120 Pair of Golden Eye Decoy by Madison Mitchell, sign and dated 1976 by Mitchell
RM1083 Large and very unique 1950’s Cape Cod Decoy Carver’s Trade Sign in the shape of a Shore Bird. Sign retains its original paint and finish. Branded on bottom with maker’s name.
RM1080 Rare Pennsylvania small wooden hand turned footed bowl with tapered lip around the top in beautiful blue paint. The wood is walnut.
RM1082 Miniature Black Duck Decoy with turned head and nice paint detail. Initials FLG engraved on bottom - which stands for the name of carver: Franklin L Gosnell of Roxanna DE.
F97 American High Back Settle Bench, New England - circa 1800 in original red paint, with storage area under the seat and a nice high back with three wide boards, with shaped sides
**SOLD** F85 Rare 19th Century Lidded Moravian Rye Straw Bread Rising Basket with 51 coils! Basket is from a NC Collection - and is from the original 19th century historic Winkler Bakery in Old Salem, NC.
F96 Early 19th century Red Painted Pine Three-tier canted Wall Shelf, probably New England, with shaped sides, that are dovetailed into sides
**SOLD** F100 19th century Demilune table in original dry red paint from the collection of Robert Perry, one board top, nice tapered legs circa 1820-1840
F86 19th century New England single door hanging Cupboard in original red with a tombstone back for hanging. The door is one board with bread board ends, double bead on front Case, with a dovetailed case
RM1077 19th century New England bail handle pantry box, The box retains the original lid and bail handle. Everything is sturdy and stable.The original beautiful blue paint
**SOLD** RM1076 Rare Small Shaker Bail-Handle Sugar Bucket, Firkin, Red Paint, Circa 1860 - 1880 As depicted, tapered sides, staved construction with wire and turned wood bail handle, three single finger bands and sheet iron diamond shaped escutcheon plates. Wonderful dry red painted surface
RM1078 Original Red Painted Pantry Box with 'COFFEE' stenciled on the side, and a Rose with the initials 'W S E' stenciled on the top. Thick walled steamed and bent wood construction with tacked laps.
**SOLD** F94 Early 20th century Folk Art, Wonderful wooden Easter Bunny, with the original paint signed by Artist Woodbine MD 1921, all providence on back
F92 19th Century Footed. ANTIQUE BRASS TRIVET. brass and iron heart shaped trivet, with maker's mark n bottom
F88 19th century Civil War era Grater, hand punched tin mounted to a board use for perparing food, from a North Carolina collection
**SOLD**F90 18th century North Carolina Primitive Wooden Wall Game Board Hanger Rack, Hand Forged Wrought Iron Hooks A wonderful find from an colection in North Carolina This primitive 1800’s wooden wall hooks hanger was used as a place to hang the game.
**SOLD** F89 Late 19th century North Carolina Wall Box in old natural patina, with cut out stars and moon, triangle hold for hanging nail construction
F93 Early 20th century road side wooden sign for Burma-Shave bautiful mustard back ground with black letters painted on one board. was an American brand of brushless shaving cream, famous for its advertising gimmick of posting humorous rhyming poems on small sequential highway roadside signs. Burma-Shave was introduced in 1925
F98 Early 20th century South Carolina Folk Art Carved and Painted two Story Bird House Circa 1920. with eleven compartment. A lot of detail and workmanship with into making the Bird House
**SOLD** F80 19th Century Pennsylvania Hanging Pie Safe with spectacular star motif tins in original blue paint. Inside has 2 shelves and is very clean. Rather than the usual individual tins, the tin on this pie safe is continuous and applied to the wooden frame with small tacks in a “wrapping paper-like” method. The tin is intricately punched with a very appealing combination of stars and six petal rosettes within concentric circles with graduated multi pattern semi-circles adorning each corner and a simple punched “frame” which creates a beaded look around each section. Circa 1860 – 1870’s.
F18 Wonderful oil painting of a baby chick standing on an old tin can with a worm in his beak and nine additional fluffy chicks gathered around. Painting is attributed to world renown artist, Ben Austrian (1870 – 1921).
**SOLD**F76 18th century North Carolina rare and one of a kind, 27-slot Spoon Shelf, Circa 1790. This Spoon Shelf is one piece and is all hand-carved out of one piece of wood, with no nails or pegs. The cut out design on the back of the shelf is known as the North Carolina Tulip. The wood is heart pine. This a great piece of Americana.
**Sold**F77 Early 19th century New England quite rare hickory and pine youth high chair. The style is similar to Shaker with fantastic form and splay shape. The seat is probably a second old replaced hand-woven splint seat, Circa 1790. This child's chair is in great condition.
F75 18th Century New England original blue painted farm table with three board scrub top. The wood is all pine. Rose head nail construction.
**Sold**F79 Late 19th century single door Hanging Cupboard in the original Paint found in Western Pennsylvania,
**SOLD** F78 Vintage Hooked Rug with red hearts. Look closely at different shades of black, gray, white and muted pink background. This hooked Rug is from the 1940-50's. There is a red heart in each corner, and 4 in the center . It has been cleaned and mounted. The total size of the rug is 45" wide x 35"tall.
Mid 19th Century Western Pennsylvania Chest over Drawer – or “Mule” Chest – in original yellow paint with one dovetailed drawer, beautiful high cut out feet. The case is all square head nail construction with two wide boards for the back and applied molding around the top. The inside is very clean. The primary wood is white pine with the secondary wood in the drawer being chestnut – indicative of the Western Maryland and Pennsylvania region.
F51 19th century General Merchandise wooden trade sign advertising Paint Hardware and Wall Paper. H. Newton Mearig, proprietor from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Single board with yellow background with green and red letters and a green border.
**SOLD**F57 Late 19th Century - early 20th Century very unusual multi-story Bird House. Original green, red and white paint. It has a tin roof and a lot of character with porch railings, posts and all trim is intact and scalloped for added detail. The wood is cypress and pine.
F64 Wonderful New England wooden bowl, ca. late 18th to early 19th century. Bold form, with broad inner rim tapering subtly downward, showing strong evidence of slow lathe turning, and resting on raised foot. Dry robin egg blue paint is the first coat and the original coat.
**SOLD**F22 Mid 19th century Lancaster Co. Pennsylvania open well Dry sink, in the original mustard paint with the remains of the blue well. Two dovetailed drawers over two mortised and pegged panel doors. One board construction with a nice clean interior, a high shaped back splash and cut out feet.
F66 Late 18th century New Hampshire, wooden Cutlery Box, in the original oyster white with blue painted decoration with a high arched cut out handle, splayed dovetailed case and one-board bottom held in place with small tee nails. Circa 1790 in original uncleaned surface.
**Sold**F68 Late 19th Century wooden trade sign from Baltimore, Maryland for Treide & Sons Columbia Mills Hosiery and Underwear. The sign is painted on single board, with a black background and red, green and mustard lettering. Treide & Sons was founded in 1869 and was located at the S E corner of Hopkins Place and German Street in Baltimore.
F53 Late 18th century wooden bowl in beautiful worn mustard paint. Hand turned out of round with band around the top.
F49 Mid-19th century Oval pantry box in the original mustard paint with finger lapped top. Bentwood construction with tacked lap joints.
F54 18th Century New England Beehive form Treen Bowl. Overall thinning red over blue/gray paint from 200-years of use
F65 Early 19th Centruy twenty five drawer Apothecary in red over the original yellow paint with a nice applied base molding and beaded edge around drawer openings. All square nai construction. Circa 1800-1820
F50 LANCASTER COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA HEPPLEWHITE SIDE TABLE OYSTER WHITE PAINT WITH SMOKE DECORATION Pennsylvania paint-decorated one drawer stand of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania origin. Extensive smoke decoration on an oyster white background. One board tray top which is pegged on with applied raised molding. Dovetailed drawer with slightly rounded drawer front. Circa 1830-1840.
**SOLD** F59 19th century painted Arched Wooden Louvered Shutter, mortised, in a half round design.
F62 Pair of Merganzer Decoys from Eastern Shore, Virginia carved by Gary Crossman. All original paint, stamped with a "C" which is the carver’s mark.
F60 Super gunned over pair of Redhead decoys carved by Madison Mitchell (1901-1993) from Havre de Grace, Maryland. Both decoys have the original paint and are signed and dated 1955. The Hen has a slightly turned head. Decoys have a great dry surface never oiled or waxed.
F47 Small white Swan mounted on base, signed on bottom John H. Clark, Have De Grace, Maryland 12/83
RM1091 19th Century small black painted lapped-seam Covered Box, America, round form with pine top and bottom and bent maple sides joined with opposing lapped fingers.
**SOLD** F56 Wonderful folk Art wooden whole watermelon. Solid wood, hand carved and painted.
F69 Early 20th century wooden trade sign, advertising Bradford Gardens, Rock, Plants and Perennials.
F67 Madison Mitchell Blue Bill carved by Madison Mitchell (1901-1993) from Havre de Grace Maryland. Decoy has the original paint and is signed and dated 1940. Decoy has a great dry surface never oiled or waxed.
RM1090 Canvasback Drake carved by Charlie Joiner of Chestertown, Maryland. Branded (E.W.) on bottom. Wide bill carving and painted eyes. CONDITION: A few very minor dents, otherwise excellent and original.
F41 19th century one door Storage Cupboard from Lancaster County Pennsylvania, beautiful early yellow paint, the door is four panels that is full mortised and pegged, with a high cut out foot, all natural patina on the inside circa 1820
F6 Metal and glass Garden Star in the form of a big Moravian star. Original glass, metal framed.
F42 3 Gallon Stoneware Crock made and stamped by "P. Herrmann." This is the stamp of Peter Herrmann who made pottery in Baltimore Maryland from 1850-1872. Cylindrical jar with tooled shoulder handles.
SOLD E701 19th century bentwood bail handle pantry box. New England, Massachusetts, Lapped seams and bentwood swing handle. Wonderful original mustard painted surface.
F43 A great piece of Folk Art! Very colorful wooden hand-carved fish weathervane on iron stand, from Chincoteague, Va. Signed on bottom by maker "Ian Thomas McNair"
**Sold**RM1073 High head canvasback hen by carved by Tayler Boyd
F44 Shore Birds from Eastern Shore, Virginia. Group of Shore Birds mounted on an old boat oar handle and part of an old bushel basket bottom. Very unique.
**Sold**RM1074 Canvasback drake, Charles Nelson Barnard, Havre de Grace, Maryland, 1st quarter 20th century. Raised neck seat and classic reared back head. Retains the original paint and weight. From the rig of John Pusey with 'JP' branded into the underside.
F48 Late 19th century Feather Basket Round top with single wrapped rim , tapering down to a swelling to the bulbous body. to the round base with pushed-up bottom. Beautiful old natural patina
**Sold**RM1075 Mid 19th century, New England. Plate Rack , with dovetailed case with three graduated shelves with molded edges
F35 mid-19th century Bentwood construction having tacked lap joints. Oval pantry Box in the original dry blue paint with finger laps
F36 mid-19th century. Bentwood construction having tacked lap joints, Oval pantry Box in the original dry red paint with three finger laps
F32 Small green signed Pantry Box sign inside Millie H. Wright Windsor Ct.
F38 mid-19th century. Bentwood construction having tacked lap joints. Oval pantry box in the original dry red paint with finger laps.
F33 Oval pantry box in the original dry green paint with three finger laps.
F45 Beautiful old blue over white painted wooden bowl. Very unusual form, thick construction
F46 Early 20th century hand painted Winter snow scene on board of a Mill by a stream with a house in the background. Painted on a bread boar.d
D498 Early 19th century decorated frame with mirror from Vermont. Circa 1830. Dark mustard decorated with black.
**SOLD** F26 Superb Early 18th Century Pennsylvania painted chair table retaining an old blue over red surface. One-board ends having shaped sides and mortised stepped shoe feet. Rose-head nails with wooden pegs construction . Pine and poplar woods. Circa 1720.
F25 Early 20th century table top Gaming Wheel with six colorful sections and nickeled posts, mounted to a contemporary iron stand
F24 19th century New England green painted Hats box, in the original green paint, with the 'HATS' in black letters on all sides. This type of box was used in a General Store. Nailed construction with square head nails.
**SOLD** F23 Stunning Patriotic wooden Barber pole trade sign is nicely turned and features a beautiful painted surface. Circa Early 20th century
F30 19th century New England Pantry Box with old light yellow paint ca. 1880; bentwood box with tack bands, natural patina on the inside
F27 19th century Small Dark Green -painted Lapped-seam Covered Box, America, round form with pine top and bottom and bent maple sides joined with opposing lapped fingers
F28 19th century painted Pantry Box with wonderful red paint with very unusual. Thick constructions, with over lapping bentwood sides, secured
F29 19th century outstanding Pantry Box with old dry grey paint, heavy construction, bent wood round form with nailed lap joint
F31 New England 19th Century Pantry Box, with original dry windsor green paint, with over lapping bentwood sides, secured with small metal tacks. Heavy construction
**SOLD**F39 19th century Painting of Ducks, painted on artist board with the original woodrn black frame, signed by Artist
RM1072- Wonderful pair of PA Folk Art wooden turned candlesticks in old red paint.
RM1071 Wonderful Pewter Tankard marked “J. N. 1875” on the lid. There is also an embossed pattern creating a ring that encircles the scrolled initials and date on the lid. Inside on the bottom of the Tankard, there are two engraved rings encompassing a fairly prominent touch mark.
F40 Oversized Flower Gathering Basket with Handle. Great rectangular form with tall tapered and slightly curved sides, double wrapped rim, and a steamed and bent wood handle. American, 19th century.
**SOLD**E536 Early 19th century amazing American hooked rug, This dynamic piece of folk art features an apple tree, . Colors are vibrant with no losses. Hooked into a burlap backing.
**SOLD**RM1067 Wonderful folk Art wooden watermelon with first slice cut. Signed and dated on bottom MRL. Shoreham 1977.
SOLD A135 19th century Wall shelf with the original black paint and scalloped sides, circa 1860, the shelves are mortised into the sides, and it has it's original hooks for hanging
Y242 19th century wooden Measurer Composed of wooden staves banded by metal bands, this beautiful.It has an original paint the inside of the bucket is old patina stamped on the bottom 4 quarts by maker probable from Massachusetts
**SOLD** F9 Late 19th century Southern Butcher's or Meat Market iron Trade Sign, A great piece of Americana Folk Art depicting a Butcher lassoing a rooster and two hens. The sign is cast iron and completely hand cut out
**Sold**F11 19th century Pennsylvania splay leg double mortised Bench with beautiful dry red paint. The top of the bench is showing wonderful wear with double mortises on each end with a nice high cut out boot jack ends.
E538 Exemplary American Hooked and Braided Rug on stretcher, ready to hang – features three playful cats with a ball of yarn centered in a tightly hooked oval grey wool background with two complimentary braided wool rows to frame the outer border. l
F14 Late 18th century Eastern Shore Maryland twelve window lites, Corner Cupboard, in the original blue and green paint. The doors are full mortised and double pined. The Cupboard is resting on an applied base with a beautiful high waisted center molding and nice top cornice molding all rose head and tee nails construction circa 1780
SOLD D419 19th century ,Lantern pinned construction. Four windows are contained within a wooden box frame that is pine; original old dark mustard paint with attic surface. To access the candle you have to open the door.
F10 18th century Treen Bowl, original dry surface, showing great lathe turnings, with a lip edge and nice and clean interior, out of round, New England, Overall good condition from 200+ years of use.
A220 19th Century Wall Mounted candle Shelf, Beautiful blue paint, with scalloped cut-outs and circular shelf
F13 A fine and unusual 19th century York County Pennsylvania flat wall storage cupboard retaining it's original blue paint, Four mortise and tenon joined and pegged paneled doors, opening to a shelved light mustard-painted interior, high shaped cut-out feet with an applied molded top. Circa 1820-1840
F17 Late 19th century Painting oil on canvass of Cows in pasture, with split rail fence in back ground also with flying geese in the sky. Mounted in the original gold gilt frame .
E601 Late 19th century Gathering Basket with beautiful dry blue paint, single wrapped rim with a reinforced bottom, notched steamed and bent handle .
SOLD F12 Agreat minature sply leg Stool in the originalbue paint. beautiful form, the seat is dovetailed in the center found in Pa.
E206 EARLY 19TH CENTURY BLUE PAINTED PINE PENNSYLVANIA BLANKET CHEST. This is a wonderful early 19th Century painted blanket chest from South eastern Pennsylvania, with ORIGINAL blue paint. The surface undisturbed, the exterior of the case crafted of six broad planks of Eastern White Pine, the sides and bottom joined with exposed dovetail construction. The base is affixed with small nails and the feet
SOLD! D182 19th century Wooden peck and half peck measuring bucket, with the original black paint,
** SOLD** C550 19th century New England Set of seven graduated drawers, in the original red paint, the drawers are dovetailed and well as the case with the original knobs beautiful back
F1 Child's Ladder Back Armchair, Slat Back with original green paint Shenandoah Valley Virginia, 18th Century. Chair retains its original rush seat.
X78 19th century trade sign for M.A. Floyd Attorney at Law, black background with gold lettering painted on board with applied molding
D121 Early 19th century Pennsylvania hepplewhite side table, with the old robin egg blue paint, the top is one board, with double mortised and pin legs, circa 1820
D37 Lancaster County Pennsylvania Continuous Arm chair retaining it’s old green paint. Bamboo style turned legs with a nice saddle seat typical to the late eighteenth century.
19th century Shaker Oval Pantry Box in old blue painted surface.
RM1068 Early 19th century wooden bowl in beautiful green paint, out of round at 9 1/2" X 9” diameter x 3” tall. Hand turned out of round with band around the
E584 Early 19th century Maryland splay leg hepplewhite Stand, original blue paint, the base is all mortised peg, the top is held on with sqaure head nails Circa 1820
E370 19th century original blue painted Covered Wooden Firkin, tongue and groove softwood staved sides, tapered lap joint wood bands,helded in place with copper tacks with bent wood handle with wood peg attachments
RM1067 Early 20th Century Caroline County Maryland tall original red painted basket
19th century small size original green painted Pantry Box from New England. Great form and surface
Very Rare One-Gallon Stoneware cake crock with Cobalt Floral Decoration, Stamped "Washington D.C. ", circa 1860,
** SOLD** KW1 Folk Art Ice Cream Parlor Soda Fountain Advertising lantern Sign,with a wooden frame and glass inserts, very unusual, in a triangle shap with a cut out vent on top mid 20th
C349 Early 19th century New England Carved Cherry Candlestand, with the original black paint , circa 1800 , circular top on a gracefully turned pedestal
E491 Early New England 19th century wooden bail handle Pantry Box, with the original dark blue over the original blue paint, heavy construction, tacked lap joint, bent wood swing handle with wood peg
**Sold**E490 18th century Treen Bowl, Mixing and Utility, Beehive form New England Overall thinning windsor green color from 200-years of use.
** SOLD**RM1057 19th Century Pennsylvania Wall Box with it’s original red paint, white pine one board square-head nailed construction.
E593 19th century New England Chair Table , with the original beautiful red paint. wide two board top. The two -board pine top with generous overhanging allowing for comfortable seating, pivots on side . circa 1800-1820
MG1 Pennsylvania painted pine,two wide board top work table, 19th c, with a scrubbed top and red painted base, dovetailed drawers
E589 Early 19th century American Windsor Arrow-back chairs, thumb top stiles, three arrow splates above scooped seats, raised on bamboo turned legs joined by stretchers, and paint decorated with mustard pin stripping on the original red paint ,.
E580 Wonderful early folk art carved wooden fish weathervane from New England. The fish retains it’s old painted and weathered worn surface. Most wooden weathervanes did not survive the elements
E583 Mid 19th century, Surgar Bucket with the original beautiful dry green paint, lidded wooden sugar Bucket , With iron hoops, wire bail, iron bail ,tongue and groove softwood staved sides,
**Sold**RM1065 Late 18th century wooden bowl in beautiful worn blue paint, out of round at 9 1/2" X 9 1/4 " diameter x 3' tall. Hand turned out of round with band around the top
E591 New England 19th Century Pantry Box, with original dry pumpkin paint, with over lapping bentwood sides, secured with small metal tacks.
**Sold**E586 18th century Firkin with the origibnal pewter gray paint, signed on lid,stamped M. Humphrey & Co. Hingham.Mass bands held in place with rose head nails
E587 19th century hard to find Pantry Box with the original beautiful dry mustard paint, heavy construction, bent wood round form with nailed lap joint
E592 19th century small size original green painted Pantry Box from New England.Great form and surface.The condition is very good
**Sold**E588 19th century painted Pantry Box with wonderful tomato red paint with very unusual. Thick constructions, with over lapping bentwood sides, secured with small metal tack
E590 19th century outstanding Pantry Box with the original beautiful dry green paint, heavy construction, bent wood round form with nailed lap joint, 7 3/4" diameter x 4'
D267 18th century Lancaster Co. Pennslyvania red painted Hanging Cupboard with an eight window lites door, the interior of the cupboard is painted mustard with removeable plate rails and plate groves in the shelves with spoon rack shelves, dovetailed case,
E579 Late 18th century Lancaster County Pennsylvania Hanging Corner Cupboard, with an extending tail with shelf, original salmon paint, circa 1780 - 1810
Early 19th century painted dough box on stand, (circa 1820) with wonderful Spanish reddish brown over the original red paint found in Lancaster County Pennsylvania . Dove-tailed case
**Sold**E577 Early 19th century Lancaster County Pennsylvania Drysink, in old vibrant chrome yellow paint. very unusual form with canted well with dovetailed drawer, over two panel doors,
**Sold**RM1059 Rare Charles Barnard (1876-1958) Canvasback Drake decoy from upper Chesapeake Bay
**Sold**E570 Feather Basket. split wood, with a wonderful green paint. It is round in shape with a attached lid. The bottom is a hatch design. The handle is hand planed bent wood.The basket is sturdy in form.
E582 Rare 18th Century Wrought Iron and Wood Rush light Holder, America, scrolled and twisted scissors-form wrought iron holder
E578 19th century wonderful gathering Basket from Pennsylvania, with wonderful original blue paint,Woven Splint Basket, it is a rectangle carved hardwood handl
**Sold**E554 A late 18th century turned footed compote. It is turned from a single piece of wood and has traces of old blue paint. This is an early piece of treenware with great form.
E562 Early 19th century two door storage Cupboard, original indigo blue paint, two plank doors, with picture frame molding applied to front of case
E564 Early 19th Pennsylvania Original Red Painted Slant Top Desk Fantastic 19th century original red slant top primitive desk. Signed with Family name Hosletler, Aaronsburg, Centre County, Pennsylvania.
E555 Early 19th Century Hanging Cupboard, paint decorated , Original Surface History found in Maine, wonderful bold black decoration on a red background. Circa 1820-1830
E561 John Glen was both a waterman and farmer for most of his life. He started carving in 1916 and continued through the early 1930's (Fleckenstein, Decoys 235).
**SOLD** E560 Goose Decoy by Pat O'Neal (1897 - 1972) of Churches Island, NC in the heart of Currituck County where Market Gunning and Waterfowl hunting has been king since 1850.This Goose has canvas over wooden slats with a long paddle tail. Circa 1920
E573 Rare 1952 Canvasback Drake Decoy carved by Captain Harry Jobes for his personal hunting rig branded on bottom ( H. R. J.) Original paint with that great early head style!
E566 TREENWARE BOWL.19th century turned bowl with wonderful gray paint in excellent condition with no cracks! The bowl is slightly out of round, which is as it should be for a piece of early 19th century woodenware.
E551 Great piece of American Folk Art, Black Americana Wood Carving, incredible hand carved detail on this young black boy wearing red pants with white shirt all wood . measures 23” tall 9” wide 8” deep
^^SOLD** E506 Early 19th century outstanding Hepplewhite splay leg single drawer side Table, from Lancaster County Pennslyvania, circa 1810 - 1820 in the original blue paint, with red pin stripping.
**SOLD**E557 Mid 19th Century Pennsylvania Apothecary drawers retaining it’s original red paint. Six dovetailed drawers in a square head nailed case, the drawer dividers are mortised in to the case.
E552 19th century painted pantry box "Coffee" original paint. Circa 1870-1880: Measuring 7"W x 41/2"H, this hefty thick-walled pantry box in its original coat of green paint with black letting " Coffee" .
**Sold**E567 Early 20th century Gathering Basket in original paint. green. brown. red and gray . This basket is heavey and very well mad with a steamed and bent handle
E568 New England pantry box used for the storage of spices, with the original wonderful dry green paint, great small size
**SOLD** E572 Antique Stacking Nesting blocks lithograph pictures Set of five tall Antique German Children's Wood and Paper Nesting Blocks
**SOLD**RM1062ANTIQUE GERMAN WHITE FEATHER TREE wonderful antique goose feather Christmas tree .It stands about 37 3/4" tall, the branches still retain little white berries
W59 ANTIQUE PAINT DECORATED CHILD’S SLED. red and blue, yellow paint decorated top, Wrought iron runners. some wear to the paint
**SOLD** E550 This beautiful basket dates from the late 19th century and was likely made by the Algonquin Indians
RM1061 19th century New England bail handle pantry box, The box retains the original lid and bail handle. Everything is sturdy and stable.The original beautiful blue paint
RM1062 19th century Pennsylvania original grey painted Peg Rack with six pegs, circa 1820 mounted on a single board
**SOLD**E526 19th century E.L.H.ANTIQUE FOLK ART PAINTING, BLACK BOY CARRYING BASKET OF RABBITS IN ONE HAND AND STONE IN OTHER SIGNED E. L.
**SOLD** E498 Southern 19th Century North Carolina oversized country one drawer stand retaining a old blue painted surface, very unusual form with the large apron and smaller drawer.
E532 Late 19th century small size drying Rack with old blue paint, it is mortised and pegged
**Sold**E542 Early 19th Century Sussex County Delaware striking, original blue with a black painted molding. It has a dovetailed case resting on four typical Delaware turned feet . Yellow pine one board square head nail construction,Circa 1820
**Sold**E502 Rare matched pair of late 18th. century Peg Racks retaining a old blue painted surface over the original red.Very unusual hand turned pegs with a acorn shaped top.
**Sold**E522 Chippendale Candle Stand from New Castle Delaware, with the original dry black pint, from the Minshull collection
**Sold**E463 Late19th Century Wall Scouring box . Simple yet successful country construction; original paint and good patina
E533 Native American Indian Maine Penobscot Ribbon Blue and White Paint Decorated Basket Woven in a oval form with curling ( X) ribbons in center with blue and white ribs.Basket
**SOLD**E526 Philadelphia Pennsylvania Windsor Sack Back Arm Chair, Old Yellow Painted Surface with black pin striping , Robust Turnings
E53 Early 20th century Fantastic Folky Cat Hooked Rug Mounted on frame beautiful colors, Gray Cat laying on mat, background surrounded by boarder
**SOLD**E531 Vintage Christmas Santa Candy Container Santa in white suit , Paper Mache Pulp standing 10'' Tall The Santa has an adorable face
E543 ANTIQUE GERMAN FEATHER TREE wonderful antique goose feather Christmas tree .It stands about 26 3/4" tall, the branches still retain little red berries,
E553 Miniature Ladder Back Side Chair, Original Tomato-Red Paint, Original Seat ,turned tapering stiles with finials join two arched slats Pennsylvania, Circa 1800
E549 19th Century Pennsylvania gathering basket retaining it's wonderful original dry pumpkin -paint, steamed - bent and notched handle, double wrapped rim with reinforced bottom.
E541 19th century Two-Gallon Stoneware Chicken Waterer with Cobalt Decoration, with cobalt highlights bordering the watering trough and handles, as well as cobalt brushed on top of the knob. Contact mark to side of hooded watering trough.
E558 Native American Indian Penobscot band basket, ca. 1860 This form of basket is referred to as a "band" basket from the brightly colored splints used in the piece.
E489 19th century New England original greem painted Peg Rack with four pegs, circa 1820
E534 The hogscraper candlestick is an early (c.1780 – 1860) form of lighting device commonly used in 19th-century
E529 PATRIOTIC FLAG FISH DECOY FOLK ART PATRIOTIC Fish Decoy is hand carved the metal fins and line ties actually guide the decoy through the water decoy is approximately 12”
E505 Early 19th century Antique Blanket Chest over drawers in Blue Paint, Boldly Shaped Base Profile, New England, Circa 1820 White pine Rectangular top featuring applied molding over “Tee” nailed case raised on tall elliptical cutout feet
E493 19th Century Kentucky Tavern Table with gorgeous old dry blue painted surface ,found near the Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill Kentucky circa 1860. l
**Sold**Eastern Shore Virginia Miniature Basket Antique Berry-Utility Basket retaining it’s pleasing sage green paint, ribbed splint , small size America, 19th Century, Possibly Virginia Circa 1890
E484 19th centuury York County Pennslyvania diminutive Blanket Chest , in the original yellow paint. Simple applied bracket base as well as a molded lid. Circa 1860
E482 Nantucket Swing Handle Lightship Basket Circa 1890Carved and notched wooden ears, turned, molded and incised bottom; tapered and chamfered oak ribs, good color
E501 19th century Lancaster Co.Pennslyvania, circa 1830 open well Drysink with old dry blue surface over the original gray, the wood is white pine one board square head nail construction. High shaped cut out feet, very unusual form having opeing storage below, with out doors,
E517 Early 19th century wooden bowl in beautiful green paint, out of round at 16 1/2" X 16 " diameter x 5 1/2' tall. Hand turned out of round with band around the top
**Sold**E519 Late 18th Century Lancaster Co Pennsylvania Cutlery Caddy / knife box retaining it’s original dry blue painted surface, with a canted form and scalloped side and cut out handle. Tee nailed construction, Circa 1790
**SOLD** E513 20th Century Santa Riding a Reindeer Figure, candy container, felt cover, red jacket, blue trousers,
**sold**E516 A great small goose feather tree. Tiny red composition berries . The round wooden painted base in original white paint . The feathers on the tree are excellent C. 1900,
E515 Beautiful antique Kugel greem Metallic Mercury Glass Ball Ornament with original German Cap. Some discoloration, as shown, but no chips or cracks.
E512 Gathering Basket , the original dark indigo blue paint, with a double wrapped rim, steamed and bent handle, and a slight raised bottom
**SOLD**E520 Early 20th century wooden Cat, a great piece of folk art with wondeful black and white paint with yellow eye, the wood is thick and it can stand
E510 Small Oval Pantry Box in the original dark green paint with double finger lap great
E514 A GROUP OF FIVE KUGEL CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS Including, silver, green,blue and gold, with embossed brass caps
E518 ANTIQUE GERMAN FEATHER TREE wonderful small antique goose feather Christmas tree .It stands about 17 3/4" tall, the branches still retain little red berries,
**SOLD**E524Vintage Christmas Santa Candy Container Paper Mache Pulp standing 9'' Tall The Santa has an adorable face and is well made,Circa 1940
**SOLD**E496 Epic 19th century York County Pennslyvania high style Country Hepplewhite, in the original dry blue paint. dovetailed drawers with a chamfered drawer fron, it is mortised and pegged. Circa 1830 all original
E524 Rare 18th Century Delaware River Valley ladder back side chair retaining it’s original blue paint. This chair shows all of the characteristics consistent with the style and period including bulbous turnings on the front stretcher
**SOLD**E499 Breathtaking New England Early 19th Century "High Country" blue painted Sheraton four drawer chest with a shaped back splash. Vibrant old blue over the original red painted surface.The case of the chest is resting on tall turned legs
**SOLD**E492 Early PASSAMAQUODDY MAINE Native American Indian splint Ash red and white painted basket. Wonderful vibrant colors!! Rare form with woven feet
**Sold** E479 18th century wooden painted Bowl,displaying terrific turnings and tool-marks and a beautiful mustard color, the bowl is footed; it is out of round,
E470 Antique American Green Grain Painted Miniature Blanket Chest Original 19th century Rare green grained painted blanket chest from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.Circa 1870
**SOLD**E483 19th century wooden Apple Tray , with the original blue paint it is well-crafted with beautiful form featuring canted sides and cut-out handles on sides. The apple tray is painted a dry and well oxidized blue paint, it is in tight and sturdy condition
E488 19th century New England original blue painted Peg Rack with four pegs, circa 1820 mounted on a single board
E509 19th century oval Pantry Box with two finger laps in black paint heavy construction great condition
E508 19th century New England oval finger lap Pantry Box Oval, original green paint, the fingers are helded in place with copper tacks
E511 Small oval pantry box with single finger lap in original dark green paint
E485 18th century Eastern Shore Maryland splay leg Stand hepplewhite Stand, original blue paint, the base is all mortised peg, the top is held on with tee nails , large beaded apron, the wood is white oak legs and yellow pine apron Circa 1780
E500 Late 19th century Oak splint clam basket, with original blue and red paint, wire holes in bottom for drainage, and worked up the sides for strength, steam and bent notched handle, double wrapped rim c 1890
E478 Mid 19th Century Eastern Shore, MD blanket chest. All square nail construction with a really nice applied bracket base and molded lid in early blue paint. The primary wood is poplar. Circa 1850’s.
E476 Canvasback Drake Decoy carved by James E. Baines from Morgantown, MD (St. Mary’s County)
E475 Canvasback Drake Decoy carved by Stanley Evans of Elkton, MD (Born 1887 – Died ?) Original tack eyes, with some original paint Circa late 1920’s - early 1930’s. A
**Sold** RM1055 Beautiful Canvasback Drake by Captain Harry Moore ( Captin of the gunning sloop boat Susquehanna) it has it original dry unclean paint surface, branded on the bottom H.H.
RM1056 Full size Charles Barnard Style White Swan carved by Master carver Reg Birch, hollow body paddle tail
E331 Early 20th century pair of Shore Bird rig mates found New Jersey , one is flat body and the other is a full body
E469 Madison Mitchell 1971 White Swan mounted on wood with brass plaque
E470 Miniature hand carved Mallard L.W. Stevens Windham Maine mounted on a piece of birchwood
E465 Mid 18th Century New England stretcher base Tavern Table with dovetailed drawer. Two board top is secured to the base with wooden pegs. Breadboard ends on the top are held in place with rose head nails. Top rests on a Birch base with reeded legs and chamfered inner corners. Stretchers are all original and show great wear indicative of its age. Table retains the original surface.
MS5 Striking Pennsylvania original deep indigo blue Blanket Chest with owners initials flanked with red feathers (A.E.Z.) on lid. Dovetailed six board case, with applied bracket base
E461 19th century Country Store Storage Box in the original robin egg blue paint, one board construction, with square head .
**Sold**E466 Beautiful German Goose Feather tree. It is 42" tall and is on a hand painted wood base with a poinsettia and garland motif and red berries on each branch .
E472 Three-Gallon Stoneware Jar with Cobalt Floral Decoration, attributed to Richard C. Remmey, Philadelphia, PA, circa 1870, tall collar, and ribbed lug handles, decorated on the front and reverse with a two tulip conjoined at the stem.
D336 19th century Talbot County Maryland Blanket Chest with the original blue and black paint, dovetaile case and dovetailed feet.. The applied bracket base is also dovetailed, it has an over size glove tile with a molded edge lid. One board southern yellow pine construction
E464 Canvas Mallard Hen by Armstrong Featherweight Decoy Co. Circa 1940's. Excellent condition. Armstrong’s signature stitching in through the body, the ring attached to bottom of bird,
**Sold**B94 Wooden White Swan decorative Decoy, second coat of paint, glass eyes with a great worn surface. Attributed to Madison Mitchell Shop.
RM1051 Early Bob McGaw Canvasback Drake decoy. Paint is a second coat of working paint, also done by McGaw.
RM1052 Early Eastern Shore, Maryland one board top table with early red paint and hepplewhite legs. Base is mortised and pegged. Top is held in place with square nails.
**Sold**RM1054 Early barn lantern remaining in original red- paint… centering pierced chimney vent; chamfered top, bottom and corner posts
D253 19th century Apple shaped solid wood cutting board with a wonderful old natural patina
D253a 19th century New Englan wooden cutting board, with old natural patina, shape top with hold for hanging
D253B 19th century Pa wooden cutting board, with old natural patina, shape top with hold for hanging
E468 HUBLEY Cast Iron Cat Bank Fabulous vintage 1900s cast iron bank, Manufacturing Company of Pennsylvania. The body is white with black accents on the ears and tail, with a bold red bow around it neck
** SOLD**E437 18th century Lancaster Co.Pennslyvania Corner Cupboard , in the original oyster white paint, with a single Architectural door, with fifteen window lights, two panel doors below, with a very graceful applied cut out base. The interior had three nice butterfly shelves, applied double plate rails on all shelves, with old sage green paint . circa 1790
E432 19th century American carved Rocking Horse on bow rocker , with original blue rockers with mustard decoration, and brown wooden body, leather sadder with horse hair mane and tail
E439 Early 19th century Sussex County Delaware , Blanket Chest retaining it's original paint. Blue case with applied black painted bracket base, with typical Delaware cut out feet.Circa 1830
**SOLD**E435 Mid 20th century model of a work boat Christield Skiff
E440 19th century Egg carring box in original red paint and black stenciling holding 5 dozen eggs - stenciled "PRIME PATENT EGG CASE" on left side - original bail pull stamped Patented July 29, 1884
E457 Cast Iron Top Hat Shaped Spittoon. circa 1880,Patent applied for, porcelain interior by the Standard Mfg. Co., Pittsburg, PA. .
D573 ANTIQUE GERMAN FEATHER TREE goose feather Christmas tree in a white wood base It stands about 16" tall
SOLD D574 ANTIQUE GERMAN FEATHER TREE Offered is wonderful antique goose feather Christmas tree in a white wood base. It stands about 25"
D578 Christmas Tree Stand Old German Tree Stand Wood with the original green paint 1900
PATRIOTIC 1850-60S CIVIL WAR ERA DOCUMENT BOX WITH ORIGINAL EAGLE & FLAGS HAND PAINTED ON LID - ORIGINAL KEY.
**Sold**RM1050 Late 18th Century wall box retaining its original red paint, rosehead nailed construction. Great utility box to hang in any room of the home.
E414 Carved Pine American eagle with excellent detailing showing a U.S. Shield in the center of the eagle's chest.
E409 19th century Southern Hepplewhite Work Table , with the original white paint the table has a single dovetailed drawers, with a two board top , fine tapered legs, the wood is yellow pine, circa 1840
**SOLD**E403 19th Century Virginia three drawer Chest, circa 1850 retaining the old brown surface, having an overhanging top with shaped applied gallery, over three drawers, resting on a pad feet, with a scalloped base, the wood is yellow pine,
LD1 Early 19th century Lancaster County Milk Cupboard, with original dry red paint, dovetailed case top and bottom, single door with four nice champhered panels,mortied and pegged, with the original red paint inside of the door circa 1800- 1820
E415 19th century Miniature -glazed Red ware pitcher, with dark brown glaze.
SOLD B373 Small original green painted Firkin late 19th century , tack construction with wire bale handle, painted green-wonderful patina.
X377 Early 19th century New England Table top Box with the original unclean dry red paint, America, open rectangular box with arched back on rectangular box with canted sides Image Properties
E431 1827 Sampler by Margarea L. Ghamber. born Feb 3 1827 at the age of 11 years , Framed in an old wood frame under glass . The sampler is worked in silk on linen ground, in a variety of stitches. Meandering floral border.
E416 19th century 2 gallon blue decorated stoneware butter churn, Baltimore, MD circa 1850-70. two handles and bold double flowers on front and back.
E393 Baltimore, MD Stoneware Jar with ears, 19th century, a five -gallon ovoid jar with cobalt swag decoration
**soid** E429 MID-ATLANTIC DECORATED SALT-GLAZED STONEWARE BUTTER CROCK, straight-side form with squared rim above a single incised ring,, brushed cobalt feather decoration
E6 Early 20th century Backbay Virginia Black Duck, outstanding condition, vert unusual with a heigh shelf. carver unknown
RM1046 Rare Canvas Snow Goose made by Armstrong Featherweight Decoy Company, Houston, Texas in late 1940s.
E417 Pair of Dorchester County /Talbot County , Buffeheads signed by maker C.T. Aaron
E402 Early 19th century Shenandoah Valley, Virginia painted twelve tin pie safe with the original Windsor green paint and twelve hand punched geometric tin panels resting on tall tapered legs. The wood is yellow pine.
**SOLD**E401 Rare Eastern Shore, Caroline County Maryland painted pine Ships Captains desk, 19th c., retaining original green painted surface, with unusual overhanging top with scrolled sides, having two drawers over a base with a single drawer, The unusual over-hanging form.
**SOLD**E399 English Setter Dog Weathervane, Massachusetts full-bodied molded Copper Provenance: Henry Stansbury Collection Eastern Shore Maryland
E406 New England vibrantly painted dome lid box, 19th c., retaining its original yellow paint featuring broadly brushed stripes and dabbed green paint decoration. Dovetailed case and square nailed construction with wallpapered interior. Box retains its interior vapor barrier molding
SOLD E392 West Virgina A.P Donaghho Parkersburg W. Virginia
E386 Pennslyvania large crock jug with applied handles, A very impressive stamped three gallon Stoneware Crock, decorated with a motif design all arounf top . A sweeping pattern of brushed designs
E411 Stoneware Jar with Cobalt Clover Decoration, Baltimore, MD, circa 1875, cylindrical jar with tooled shoulder and semi-squared rim
RM1043 19th c wooden skates with high steel curls ending in brass acorn finials. traces of bittersweet and l blue paint .
Sold! E410 Group of four hand crafted houses by Mable White from late 20th century
E40419th century New England single finger lap joint, indigo blue painted pantry box
RM1044 STYLE OF JAMES L. AND MERCEDES HUTCHINSON OF NEW YORK PICTORIAL HOOKED RUG WITH MERMAIDS AND WRY HUMOR
**Sold**E407 Early 19th century New Hampshire painted pine chest of drawers, Circa 1810 -1820, having three drawers, retaining an early reddish brown original surface, high arched cut out feet, the drawer dividers are mortised into the sides
E390 Semi-Ovoid Storage Jar Circa 1850
E385 Peter Hermann Baltimore, MD – Circa 1855 – 1870 large crock jug with applied handles. A very impressive stamped three gallon Stoneware Crock
E389 19th century Semi-Ovoid Storage Jar Circa 1850. Storage jar shows attributes from both Baltimore and Philadelphia but was probably made in Baltimore during the 1850s.
RM1041 18th Century wrought Iron hanging 4-candle chandelier with twisted iron shaft and hanging ring that swivels. Wonderful old untouched surface and patina.
E394 Early 18th century Pewter reeded rim oval pewter platter or tray, touch mark with a Griffin and date 1710, with angel touch mark.
**sold**E372 19th century robin egg blue bail handle pantry box. This is a beauty! The box retains the original lid and bail handle.
E265 Early Canvasback Hen decoy - circa 1900 - from Upper Bay Susquehanna Flats. Tack eyes and early 2nd coat of paint over the original paint with traces of a brand on bottom of decoy.
**sold**E258 North Carolina Large Redhead decoy attributed to Wallace O’Neal who was born January 16, 1897 in Barco, Currituck County North Carolina.
B303 19th century Bucket Bench from south eastern Pennsylvania, with the original dry red paint. The shelves are one board mortised into the one board sides. All square nail construction, circa 1840.
E397 Early 19th century Shenandoah Valley Virginia , School Master Desk, all white pine with walnut legs,Full mortised and pin . One board construction, Interior has two dovetailed drawers, in the original red paint, it has a applied small gallery circa 1810-1820
RM1040 North Carolina Ruddy Duck. Small ruddy duck that has a newer head by Frank Finney.
RM1039 Charles Barnard (1876-1958) High-head Canvasback drake decoy from upper Chesapeake Bay.
Y4 Canvasback Drake from Cecil County Maryland carver unknown
Y396 Late 19th century Redware and Pine Wash Board, American, ridged redware scrub panel in a pine frame
E396 A heavy cast iron fire mark with clasped hands and “1794” in relief in later gold gilt paint.
E371 19th century Wooden Bowl small size with the original yellow paint, and shows wonderful lathe marks
E370 19th century original blue painted Covered Wooden Firkin with tongue and groove softwood staved sides and tapered lap joint wood bands, held in place with copper tacks
**SOLD** E369 Early 20th Century Gathering Basket in the original dry pumpkin paint. Single wrapped rim.
E375 Rare Canvasback Drake in original paint carved by Ed Parsons who was born on the Tred Avon River in Talbot County, Maryland in 1856 and, at the age of ten, moved with his family to Oxford, Maryland, where he went to work in his uncle’s shipyard.He was the only decoy maker who made birds for sale, other than the Elliot twins, in Talbot County.
E376 Madison Mitchell Canvasback Drake, in original paint. Robert Madison Mitchell was born in 1901 in Oakington, Maryland, near Harford County’s Swan Creek, just south of Havre de Grace, Maryland, and he grew up in this waterman’s community at the top of the bay. Mitchell died on January 14, 1993
E383 Exquisitely woven heavy linen/wool Coverlet dated 1839 from Manor Township in Lancaster County, PA. Two corner blocks read: “Made by J. Witmer For Jacob Bausman”
SOLD RM1037 Early 19th Century, Eastern Shore, Maryland (Talbot County) original blue painted bench with half moon cutout ends and mortised top.
E378 Early 19th Century New England Banister Back Chair in original black paint with rush seat. Wonderful turned legs and back posts.
E373 Early Canvasback Hen with very unusual hand-chopped body and wooden keel with iron weight. Glass eyes. Tight crack to the neck. Circa 1940’s – Bishop Head Club
E384 Canvasdback Drack carved by Madison Mitchell , in original paint from Have De Grace Maryland
E374 Canvasback Drake by Henry Lockard (1868-1944) from Elk Neck, Cecil County, MD - Decoy is Circa 1920’s, but it was repainted later by Severn W. Hall.
E356 Eastern Shore Maryland early 20th century Basket, wooden bottom Gathering basket. Very unusual form having a solid wooden bottom of pine
RM1036 19th century Hanging Cupboard, in original blue paint, found in New England circa 1880. A great cupboard, with the look of 19th century with double flat panel door which still retains its original iron hinges. The interior has three shelves.
SOLD E353 19th Century White's of Utica New York Deer Hunt Stoneware Crock with the original lid. The lid also has four deer on it. This beauty features a scene with two hunters and a recently killed stag on one side and two stags in the field on the other side with a stamped "4" above the stags.
E366 High Head Upper Bay Canvasback Drake, with a hand chopped body.
E363 Charles Bryan Canvasback Drake from Middle River, Maryland 1975 in original paint
E365 19th century Lancaster County, Pennsylvania double mortised Hall Bench circa 1800-1820, beautiful dry never over painted red paint, very elaborate boot jack cut out ends.
**Sold**E367 Folk Art ice Fishng Decoy with a hinged tail, two inset brass coins, J.E. in trade
E355 Eastern Shore, Maryland Gathering Basket, old natural patina, heavy construction, double wrapped rim with reinforcement in the middle. Note the heavy steamed and bent handle. Very well made!
E364 19th century North Carolina Wall Box / Pipe Box with the original black paint, square head nail construction
E358 Striking Southern Wythe County, Virginia Stepback / Server. This is one of two known examples in this rare form, having offset drawers on one side with a work surface, and a traditional Stepback on other side. The exterior of this two-piece cupboard retains an old green paint over the original red, the interior is an oyster white. All square nail construction with outstanding beveled drawer fronts and deep chamfered door panels, side panels and back boards. Made of Cherry and Poplar woods.
** SOLD**E334 19th century pantry box, this is a beauty, The box retains the original lid and bail handle. Everything is sturdy and stable.The gorgeous mustard paint
E345 Small Pantry Box Shaker with Harvard fingers and copper tacks. Old green paint.
E346 19th century New England original windsor green painted Pantry Box, wonderful dry surface, excellent condition, heavy construction Lapped seams with . Impressed "P.C. Burr". Attributed to Hingham, Mass
Rare, early 20th Century Rehoboth Beach Delaware Boardwalk Bulletin Board / Trade Sign
E174 18th century Eastern Shore Maryland Blanket Chest, Carolina County Blanket Chest in the original mustard paint, circa 1780, dovetailed case, with an applied dovetailed bracket base. six yellow pine boards rose head nail construction.
E327 Early 19th century untouched red painted Bamboo Windsor chair with decorated top rail, floral design from New England is in untouched amazing surface. circa 1800
E320 19th century Fireplace Screen, with a early 20th century hand painted farm scene . Oil paint on board, of a Farm with farm Animals and house and Cows , barn, beautiful art work signed by Artist
E329 Early 18th century New England Banister Back Chair, 19th century black paint , replaced rush seat, robust turnings,l circa 1740
**Sold**E333 Mid 19th century Shenandoah Valley Virginia Country side Table in old black paint over the original red, with an applied shaped dovetailed gallery, gracefully turned leg, panel sides, dovetailed drawer, mortised and pegged case
C394 19th century Virginia Game Board, with original black and salmon paint, with applied molding, the wood is white pine and walnut, circa 1880
RM1028 This wonderful 19th Century New England pantry box it has thick walls with tack construction. It retains the original gray paint
E319 J. MILTON WATSON CHESAPEAKE CITY, MD PAIR OF SWAN HEADS 1972 DECOYS
E310 19th century four peg, Peg Rack, old bue paint, over the original white with hand turned wooden pegs mounted on a single board with small bead at top and bottom board
E325 Mid 20th century Southern Shorebird, probley Eastern Shore Virginia maker unknown circa 1950
E337 New England 19th Century Pantry Box, with original dry green paint, with over lapping bentwood sides, secured with small metal tacks. The surface on this bbox is dry and unclean, it is heavy construction
SOLD B283 One gallon cobalt decorated stoneware pitcher Baltimore Maryland origin,Peter Herman maker stamped. circa 1870 decorated with brushed cobalt flowers on front, the collar decorated with swag's on each side of spout.
E303 Early 18th century Fire Place iron crane , blacksmith hand made used to hang pots in fire place for cooking
E328 JI Case plow works farm seat cast iron implement seat
E314 Early 19th century Lancaster County Pennsylvania, Bucket bench, retaining it's original dry red paint surface. Very unusual form, having a 3/4 shelf below, high arched cut out ends, one board white pine square head nail construction. circa 1820
E14 Late 18th century Southern hepplewhite one drawer Stand, circa 1780 retaining it's original blue paint, with a dovetailed drawers,
SOLD B356 18th century New England single Rope Trundle Bed with the original paint, Low Post Bed, with Headboard and footboard cannon ball Turned Posts, Circa 1780
RM1027 Group of three Shore Birds Chincoteague Virginia, sign by the maker Bob Booth dated 1999
RM1025 A Canvasback drake duck decoy carved by Reynolds Family of Northeast, Maryland, circa 1920s. Wonderful folky form
E305 Early 18th century New England Banister back Chair, 19th century black paint over the original 18th century salmon, original woven seat, robust turnings, true acorn finial, a tombstone top rail circa 1740
LL146 Late 18th century incredible lathe turned wood bowl with a wide rim, wonderful incised lines on the exterior
E295Early 20th century Carved and painted Shorebird decoy, maker unknown outstanding condition probable New Jersey
**Sold**E306 Lloyd Tyler (1898-1971) from Crisfield, Maryland, Lloyd J. Tyler . Early 1930 Widgeon, Drake. Carved by Lloyed Tayler
E300 Rich Toys Horse-Drawn Bond Bread Wagon Toy. American. All wooden wagon pulled by one horse. Marked "812 Bond Bread General Baking Company" on both sides of wagon.
D346 18th century New England heart shaped Pot hanger wrought iron, American
E301 Peter Herman signed Crock, This crock was made in Baltimore circa 1850 to 1870. It is decorated in cobalt with a oversize single stemmed,flower.
E277 Early 19th century Document Box, dovetaile construction, original harward signed and dated 1822 on bottom
**Sold**E292 18th Century American cricket table. Pegged construction, An excellent three-legged pine top cricket table with shaped skirt, retaining a good old dry green surface, the original red . The pegged two-plank top with a mortised baton underneath, resting on splayed tapered legs
**Sold**RM1024 Outstanding Pintail Drake decoy carved by Bob McGaw (1879-1958). Repainted later by John Glenn (died in1954) of Rock Hall, MD. This is a fine example of Bob McGaw’s work, and Pintail decoys are rare. Circa 1930’s.
E291 Early Black Head Decoy, carver unknown. Decoy is from the Mill Creek area in Anne Arundel County, MD – just north of the Severn River. The “C” brand on the bottom stands for “Cantler” – which represents the family who owned the decoy rig. This is an outstanding decoy Circa 1920’s.
E293 19th century Pennsylvania stoneware jar, with strong cobalt decoration in a great pattern. Piece in good condition. made into a lamp
E287 19th century double mortised Wash Bench in dark salmon paint, high arched cut out foot with two stretchers on the back for support, very sturdy,circa 1840
E299 Canvasback decoy carved by John (“Jack”) McKenney (1889-1973) from Chestertown, MD. Brand on the bottom reads: “E. A. VOSHELL” who was Mr. McKenney’s father-in-law. Bill Shauber, another carver from Chetertown, MD, states Mr. McKenney was his Uncle and that he only carved approximately 500 birds in his lifetime, mostly during the 1950s. This decoy retains both its wooden keel (with lead lining the bottom outer portion of the keel)
C578 Cast iron Sink Box boot Scraper Decoy bty Madison Mitchell, original paint, circa 1970
E288 19th century Lantern, with beautful original dry green paint, tin lantern with hinged door and attached handle
SB3 Diminutive Pennsylvania Blanket Chest in original dry blue paint. Construction consists of 6 beautifully dovetailed white pine boards
E294 Baltimore Crock with single stem flower, Stoneware Jar Peter Herrmann with Cobalt Floral Decoration, Baltimore, MD origin, circa 1875, cylindrical jar decorated with acobalt clover on the front and back good condition
SB2 Early 19th century Burks County Pennsylvania painted pine hanging cupboard, retaining original blue and white painted surface, one single door with six window lites, old wavy glass with a dovetailed case top and bottom
SOLD RM1023 ( Early 19th century Pennslyvania hand made Lantern with four window lights that , in old blue paint , with sliding glass for opening
RM1022 Outstanding Patriotic Shield with 13 star American flag In the United States, wooden patriotic shields were first designed to commemorate the Centennial International Exhibition of 1876 (a World's Fair held in Philadelphia, Pa.
E273 19th century Document Box with the original indigo blue paint with mustard pin decorations circa 1840
E274 Peter Herman Crock, This crock was made in Baltimore circa 1850 to 1870. It is decorated in cobalt with a single stemmed,flower
E275 Baltimore Crock with single clover leaf, Stoneware Jar Peter Herrmann with Cobalt Floral Decoration, Baltimore, MD origin, circa 1875, cylindrical jar decorated with acobalt clover
E276 Cobalt decorated Stoneware milkpan, Baltimore MD. origin, circa 1870, flaring bowl form with pouring spout,
E279 This is a model of a house in Foglstown Pa Occupied by a Dr Endrd. It was made by Alvin T. Smith 15841 Kutztown Road Masatown PA. about the year 1900 Mr Smith was a locksmith by trade
**Sold**E286 Vintage Apple shaped solid wood cutting board with a wonderful red painted border all around the outer edge. Note the thickness of the board.
E285 19th Century Scroll shaped and deeply carved wooden building sign inscribed with: “Anno Domini 1884”. (Latin for: “Year of our Lord” – which was later abbreviated as A.D.) e
E282North Carolina canvas Goose decoy, in original paint, canvas stretchered over wire body. circa 1950
E271 Eastern Shore Virginia Canvasback Drake decoy, original worn paint circa 1950's
**Sold**E186 19th century wooden lathe turned bowl with the original indigo blue paint on the exterior, with natural patina on the inside, this bowl is thick wood and heavy with no cracks or splits, with a nice wide band around top, out of round
E252 Early 19th century Patoric,hand blacksmith made, iron Eagel house plaque
Q594 19th century Virginia Work table with the original pewter gray paint, and a dovetailed drawer,two board top, all yellow pine, Augusta Co Virginia circa 1840
Y293 Late 18th century walnut candle stand, round tilt top resting on a banster turnded pedestal on a tri pod base, which is dovetailed into the base of the pedestal.
C4 19th century wooden sap bucket Composed of wooden staves banded by metal bands, this beautiful old bucket stands 11 inches tall and measures 12 inches across the top. It has an old red paint as the primary paint, the inside of the bucket is painted white stamped on the bottom by maker Massachusetts
E272 19th century original paint decorated hand made and dovetailed dome top box from Pennsylvania.This wonderful box is all dovetailed and cut nail construction.
**SOLD** E267 Patoric Uncle Sam, holding an American Eagle, with a tall stove pipe hat, wooden hand carved, a great piece of American Folk Art, 20th century
E270 Early Virginia Canvasback Drake Decoy in old working paint, unknown maker,.
**Sold**RM1022 James Holly Canvasback Drake
E251 Mid 19th century painting, oil on canvas of Farm Animials in barn sitting. With sheep , chickens and baby chicks a beautiful Rooster standing on top of wooden barrel a nice surface f raised layer of paint to give a texture of wool on Sheep. Signed by ArtisedJ. Grill Circa 1850 - 1860 "
E224 Early 19th century Pennslyvania Apothecary stepback Cupboard two-piece construction, upper case with applied molded cornice, above four fixed shelves, lower case with 18 dovetailed deep drawers, raised on simple bracket feet
E230 COUNTRY PAINTED DRYING RACK, three rails mortised through end posts with ten wrought iron hooks
SOLD E202 19th century fourteen drawer, Apothecary Cabinet / spice cabinet , with beautiful yellow paint, very unusual drawer lay out, with having a lager drawer and small drawer on bottom row. The wood is walnut with nail drawers
E242 BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECORATED STONEWAREDIMINUTIVE WATER COOLER, salt-glazed, approximately one-gallon capacity
E244 BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, approximately one-gallon capacity, semi-ovoid form with squared rim
E123 Exceptional detail early 20th century carved and painted ,Folk Art carved and painted Steamship Model with shipmates in blue-painted shirts, and passengers. Retains original painted and varnished surface with warm color
E249 Maryland Canvasback Wing Duck Decoy, attributed to John Glen . Early working repaint
E238 Late 19th Century COUNTRY STORE PAINTED WOOD DISPLAY STEPS, a three-step example. retain an older painted surface..
E236 AMERICAN PAINTED AND STENCILED "FINE" BOX, nailed construction with hinged lid, stenciled "FINE". Retains an old Salmon and black-painted surface.
E241 19th century Toy bucket with a removable Lid, turned wood , with a bail handle miniature pail with "Fall 1892"
E228 19TH CENTURY NEW ENGLAND COUNTRY PAINTED PINE APOTHECARY CHEST, six dovetailed drawers, with loriginal knobs applied gallery .
RM1016 Patriotic Uncle Sam Folk Art Whirl gig holding two Flags 22” from top of hat to base
SOLD E250 Gorgeous Chester County, two door storage cupboard with blue paint decoration. Applied splayed and shaped dovetailed gallery. Clean natural interior nice high cut out foot, solid ends Beautiful the wood is pine c. 1820
E206 EARLY 19TH CENTURY BLUE PAINTED PINE PENNSLYVANIA BLANKET CHEST, This is a wonderful early 19th Century painted blanket chest from South eastern Pennsylvania, with ORIGINA blue paint.
SOLD E226 EARLY 19TH CENTURY PENNSYLVANIA PAINTED PINE LINEN CUPBOARD,( circa 1820) signed on the back Erie Penn
E232 18th century Massachusetts Traven Tabe with a beautiful scrubbed oval one-board top, in original green painted surface, The top is resting on a mioristed and pegged base with breaded legs with molded outer edge. ( circa 1790 -1810 )
E215 "J.A. MULLEN AND SONS. / CURED AND FRESH PORK. EGGS." against a black ground, original surface with hanging hooks.
E217 SIX, carved and painted wooden Birds with stand for displaying , painted like a Baltimore Oriole . Each with an old painted surface.
E218 19th century Southern double Wall Box with the original black painted, nailed construction, with original wrought-iron hanger, two-tier form with canted fronts. With later painted flower on one tier and "THE LORD WILL PROVIDE" with a sun rising above the mountains on the second tier
**Sold**E23119th century NEW ENGLAND PAINTED CHILD'S POTTY CHAIR,in the original dry blue paint with cut-outs on the sides.
E210 GERMAN PAINTED WOOD NOAH'S ARK TOY WITH MINIATURE FIGURES, each piece with painted finish, ark having hinged roof with canvas supports, figures comprising two humans and various animals including a giraffe, camel, cow, donkey, and zebra. Unmarked. Late 19th/. Ark 9 5/8" W, 3" D, 4 1/4" H.
E240 19TH CENTURY MINIATURE GREEN PAINTED WOODEN BUCKET IN GOOD CONDITION.THE BUCKET IS MADE OF PINE HAS ITS ORIGINAL BAIL HANDLE
E198 18th century Traven Table.New Englan, with the original red paint, resting on a hepplewhite splay leg base double pin, and mortised .The top is held in place with rose head and tee nails, with one board 24" wide. circa 1760
E216 Mike Butler (Suffork Va. ) Folk Art wooden trade sign
E247 UPPER CHESAPEAKE BAY CARVED AND PAINTED CANVASBACK DRAKE DECOY, solid-body form with original iron keel and possibly original leather line tie, similar to work of John Holly or Joseph Couldon. Thick, old working repaint. Late 19th/early 20th century. 7 1/4" HOA, 13 1/4" LOA.
E248 AUGUST HEINEFIELD (ROCK HALL,MARYLAND), CARVED AND PAINTED REDHEAD DRAKE DECOY
**Sold**E246 JAMES HOLLY (HAVRE DE GRACE, MARYLAND, 1855 - 1935),
Patriotic Antique Eagle Hooked Rug. Spread wing Eagle holding a shield . Wonderful soft colors from years of patina. n. A wonderful addition to your folk art or Americana collection
**Sold**E203 Pantry Box Maple & pine, mid 19th C, New England. Opposing fingered body & lid, tacked & wood pegged construction.
E207 19th century New Virginia Wall Box / Pip Box , with old yellow paint, with a slanted front, hold for hanging the wood is pine, circa 1820's square head nai construction
E204 Pantry Box Maple & pine, mid 19th C, New England. Opposing fingered body & lid, tacked & wood pegged construction. Dry, original blue never painted
E208 Beautiful early Lancaster County Pennslyvania 19th century County Hepplewhite splay leg one drawer stand, in original red dry painted surface. Splayed dovetailed drawer, one board top, square head nail construction
E199 Red breasted Merganser, solid body glass eyesunknown carver circa 1970 retaining it's originalll paint, no cracks to the body or neck
**Sold**E196 Great piece of American folk Art of five polycrome painted Woodpeckers.Hand carved
A9 High Neck Sam Barns Canvasvback drake, Havre de Grace, MD, in original paint , good condition circa 1880
(M740) Theorem Basket with Fruit on Velvet
SOLD T44 Beautiful hand painted Theorem Four Seasons on Velvet, a dark blue compote, filled with flowers, this was hand painted by Maggie Keeler from W.V. the theorem is framed in an original hand paint frame by Irvan Graff
M740a Theorem painting The artwork is bright and in the classic style of a basket with fruits. It is in very nice condition. Professional framed
RM1014 19th Century Iron period cooking pot stand, with old white over original green paint. Would have sat in the corner of a large kitchen designed to store copper saucepans in a vertical manner.
E185 Eagle Weathervanet weathered surface that measures only 24" high including stand and has a petite 14" wingspan. Constructed of copper, this handsome piece of early 20th century patriotic americana is in excellent condition and an outstanding verdigris patina
E201 Original Mt. Lebanon Shaker No. 3 Rocking Chair Antique Shaker rocker, circa 1890s. Impressed mark, Model No. 3, on back slat. In stained maple
SOLD E190 19th century Southern Virgina Eastern North Carolina hand made gathering Basket. Very unusual, outatanding workmanship, the basket is made of hickory , with southern heart pine bottom
U600 Early 19th Century Maryland country one drawer Hepplewhite Stand, nail constructed drawer, two board top, circa 1830 - 1840
E37 Early 20th century Eastern Shore Maryland hand made Basket in old natural patina, with a double wrapped rim beautiful steamed and bent handle, reinforce bottom
A390 Antiques Decoy, Hand Carved, Ice Fishing, perch beautiful Painted wood with attached metal fins and carved eyes
Maryland high-Head Blue Bill Decoy unknown carver, working repaint circa 1950
D22 Charlie Joiner redhead decoy, signed and dated 2008, this decoy is # 6 out of 25 carved for Madison Mithell Endowment Trust, March 14 2008 come with matching stand with brass plate ment condition
E165 18th century Chest over drawers, Circa 1780 Having an applied molded top with snipe hinges, above a blanket box with three faux drawers, above two dovetailed drawers with early hardware; overhanging thumb-molded drawer fronts with. The case is raised on a tall bracket base having an excellent profile. Constructed of pine; retaining a good original salmon painted surface.
E173 late 18th century Windsor comb back Armchair 1790- 1800 A very fine 18th Century Comb-back Windsor Armchair with a graceful and shapely elongated comb-back extending over eleven spindles, plank seat
E175 Miniature hand carved white Swan with raised wings, carved by Holton Legg Kent Island Maryland
D403 Early painted Golden Eye Drake carved by August Henefield 1940's in old working repaint
(A323) Late 19th century Eastern Shore Virginia hand carved Shore Bird , original black paint , several shot holds from field use, mount on stick on base circa 1890-1910
E172 Chesapeake Bay Bugeye, hand made model replice of ( not a kit ) great condition. A bugeye is a two masted sailing vessel used for dredging Oysters.They descended from the log canoe in the time when the need was for a large boat. The Schooners of the day were too large and the canoe was too small. They came into being around 1875.
E169 Early 19th Century oval Pennsylvania German wooden Bride's Box in the “The Best dry robins egg blue paint”
SOLD E168 19th century hand made coverlet. The bed cover features a beautiful , white and blue pattern in wool.
MS4 Late 19th century Wall Shelf the old green paint, with shaped sides and mortised
E171 Late 19th century wooden rocking horse, found in original paint and condition, A pretty dappled Grey paint , solid wood, presumably pine, standing graciously, raring to go..
SOLD E163 18th century Pewter plate Gershon Jones Providence R.I. circa 1775 very rare
E166 18th century Pewter ships inkwell, fitted with six quill holes and original porcelain liner. The wide base prevents ink spillagel
E164 18th century Pewter Charge Boston Massachusetts, circa 1800 bearing the touch mark of Thomas Badger
**SOLD**E159 Mid 19th century open top Stepback Cupboard from Shenandoah Valley Virginia, in the original indigo blue paint with natural patina on the interior with three shelf's, over a single door with a bible cross panel door.
V96 Epic 19th century Pennsylvania Perry Co. two part painted pine Dutch Cupboard. The upper section with a wide cornice above two glazed doors, with original old wavy glass, with a rare center glazed divider, with two small candle drawers ( one being divided for spices) at bottom, with a 5” tall pie shelf. The base has an dovetailed case with three dovetailed drawers above two raised paneled doors resting on an tall dovetailed applied bracket base. circa 1790-1820
D135 Baltimore Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Cake Crock with Lid, circa 1870, cylindrical crock with heavily-tooled shoulder, ribbed lug handles, cobalt decorating both sides..
D154 Decorated Stoneware Chicken Waterer, circa 1850, straight-sided form with rounded top and tall finial, with attached handles and open, hooded watering section.This example was probably made at the Remmey Pottery
D153 Stoneware Pitcher with Cobalt Floral Decoration,Baltimore, MD, circa 1875, ovoid pitcher with narrow collar, the front decorated
MS3 Early 19th century Oley Pa. Blanket Chest, with the original dry blue paint, dovetailed case, original fish tail strap hinges, circa 1820 -1840
WH2 Mid 19th century Pennsylvania Candle Stand, with the original blue paint, all four sides of the pedestal are chamfer, the base is all mortised into the pedestal, circa 1840
** Sold **RM 1008 Rare high Head Canvasback drake gunning decoy by famous Upper Chesapeake Bay decoy maker Henry Davis, Perryville, Maryland. This circa 1910s decoy is in excellent condition cleaned to the original paint. Decoy has a nice surface. .
**Sold**E155 Early 19th century Western Knox Pennslyvania, glass door hanging Cupboard , in original red and blue paint. four window lite door over two drawers, with the original hand made knobs. The door is a full mortised and pegged. the interior is a single shelf, old naturial patina.
**SOLD**E147 19th century Pennslyvania painted pine three board top dinning Table,(Circa 1820 ) with dovetailed baton on each end,that held the top to the base.With a single dovetailed baton in the century of the table underneth for extra support. Very gracefull hepplewhite leg
MS2 19th century Pennslyvania one drawer stand in old indigo blue paint with applied galliery. dovetailed drawer
MS1 19th century New England six board Blanket Chest with the original dry blue paint
E141 18th cetury Delaware Valley Ladder back side chair 5 arched slats, c. 1775-1790
T274 18th century Eastern Shore Maryland raised panel Mantel circa 1780 - 1800 with the original red paint, the wood is yellow pine, mortised and pegged construction.
E139 19th century set of beautiful six Pennsylvania 1/2 spindle back plank seat paint decorated chairs ,from Columbia County Pennslyvania
**Sold**E130 Early 19th century Hand hewn original painted wooden trencher bowl from New England circa 1820s. The bowl is hand hewn from one solid piece of wood
Z486 matching pair Virginia Early 19th Century Ladder Back Chairs circa 1840 with very gracefully turned Finial, original seats, wonderful original green paint
E132 19th Century Wooden Mortar & Pestle in fantastic original dry blue painted surface..Pestle is original and shows beautiful old patina to the wood
E128 Canvasback Drake by Jim Cockey He was born in 1893 -1971 from Kent Island Maryland (Stevensville)
E133 Goose Silhouette Decoys, from a farm in Dorchester Co . Md circa 1940's
E127 1930 Ira Hudson Brant, Ira lived in Chincoteague, Virginia Known fordecoy carving Ira Hudson (1873 - 1949) was a boat builder and prolific decoy and shorebird carver from Chincoteague, Virginia.
MZ9 19th century Small Shaker Sieve, America, ash body secured with copper tacks, very finely woven Shaker Woven Horse Hair Sieve
MZ4 Late 19th century elegant Dovetailed Handmade Doll Cradle, signed and dated on bottom
MZ10 19th century Shaker Sieve,Sieves of all sizes were made, sold, and used by the Shakers at Mount Lebanon beginning as early as 1810. They were made with bentwood rims of ash, elm, and maple.
MZ5 19th Century splint oak Lovely rectangular gathering basket with good natural patina , nice and tight weaving, heavy construction, single wrapped rim,
MZ7 American hand hooked in pristine condition Mounted striped hand-hooked rug multiple color bold, graphic geometric with vivid colors in "Log Cabin" inspired design.
MZ6 Early 1800s bamboo turned birdcage Windsor Child's chair with shield. Great heavy thick seat.
MZ3 late 19th century Shaker Gathering Basket Circa 1876 Large oval vertical slat basket with double swing handle.
MZ2 late 19th century Large likely Pleasant Hill, Kentucky Shaker Gathering Basket Circa 1867-1900 : Kentucky Shaker picket fence baskets were for toting laundry and gathering wool.
MZ1 late 19th century Shaker Gathering Basket Circa 1876 1900 :Large oval vertical slat basket with double swing handle. Kentucky Shaker picket fence baskets were used primarily for toting laundry and gathering wool. This antique Shaker basket is in pristine condition with no breaks or cracks.
E107 Early 19th century Pennslyvania open top two piece Stepback Cupboard in old dry salmon paint over the original blue/ gray. One board white pine square head and tee nail construction cira 1810 -1820 Single baton door, with nice high cut out feet
Z700 Late 18th century , splay leg Hepplewhite Stand with a two board top. mortised and peg construction, the apron of the Table has a single beaded edge. deep champhered edge to the underside of the top. the table has splayed legs on all four sides. Circa 1780 -1810
E121 Late 19th century Tool Carrier/ Carpenter's Tote, wonderful original blue paint, A deep well outfitted with sections for various tools.
E116 19th century small size pair of Pantry Boxes in old natural patina , the smallest one is 4" diameter x 3" tall the larger one is 5" diameter x 3" tall
E119 19th century Wall Box in the original unclean dry yellow paint, nail construction with square head nails
E120 Early large size 19th century Pantry Box with the original dry slate gray paint, very heavy constucted, with a single finger lap on band of lid, hard to find size with wonderful paint
E113 German Paper Mache White Rabbit Bunny Easter Candy Container rabbit candy container made of paper mache covered in plaster and glass eyes.
SOLD E114 Cast iron coin banks made in Rabbit shapes for children.
E108 18th century New England tilt top Candle Stand, in original red painted surface . It is from New England, circa 1790-1800. The round top is affixed to an attractive baluster turned column , supported by three wide cabriole legs, ending in a snake foot
E100 late 19th century Copper Running Horse Weathervane, probably by A.J. Harris & Co., Boston, Massachusetts,
C548 18th century Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Country Store Counter Desk, with the original beautiful well worn sage green paint, with a dovetailed case, with a slanted hinges lid, very unusual form, the wood is white pine circa 1790 -1810
S176 Canning Jar accented with three blue accent stripes across the front. Pennsylvania
RN985 Large antique three-sided dough or pastry board in worn old gray paint
D524 Early Handmade Oval Southern Dough Bowl. Hardwood dough bowl with rich patina on the inside and beautiful old blue paint on the exterior.
L23 Early 19th century Windsor Stool from New England, saddle seat is 14" diameter, heavily carved and worn, chamfered outside, early blue over the original blue paint
JW1 B22 19th century Pennsylvania Drying Rack with the original green paint, the rails are mortised into the ends, shoe feet circa 1840
X388 18th century Wall Cupboard with two raised four panel doors. Front of the Cupboard has molded perimeter and is recessed again to the door, small bracket feet
E90 19th century Covered Wooden Firkin, in the original dry blue paint, tongue and groove softwood staved sides, tapered lap joint wooden bands
E91 Circa 1880 Antique felt wool Penny Rug Table Rug Runner From a antique Dealers collection . Made entirely of layered felted wool with beautiful hand stitching.
Sold E92 Beautiful Gathering basket with tomato red and black paint. circa late 19th century very well made. with a double wrapped rim. It is heavy and tight
SOLD E98 Circa 1890-1900 tall tapered wooden bin with lid in wonderful original dry red paint.
E95 Early 19th country York County Pennslyvania double mortised splay leg Bench, unclean red painted surface, nice cut out ends, one board square head nail construction,
E94 18th century Pewter bowel made by Thomas Danforth in colonial Connecticut 1755
E93 Late 17th century Pewter Charger made by William Howard - London circa 1672-1693
E96 18th century Pewter Charger made by Robert Bush This single reed export pewter plate was produced by Robert Bush & Co a firm involving Robert Bush I beginning operations around 1793.
RM982 19th century handmade hog scraper candlestick with working push-up signed “SHAW” on the tab.
19th century Bench found in Chester County, Pennsylvania in early taupe paint. The top has rounded ends and an applied apron across the front. The legs are double mortised through the top with a nice half circle cut out on bottom of each leg.
Late 19th century set of wooden Steps in original oyster white paint. Nailed construction.
**SOLD**E78 Early 19th century New England open top Stepback Cupboard , with the old blue over the original red, with plate rail on shelves, picture frame molding around opening of top shelves, Double drop apron in front, nice high cut out feet on sides
E81 Late 19th century painted Rabbit candy container made of Chalk Composition. The Rabbit has Amber Brown Glass Eyes
E72 The first half of the nineteenth century.Thomas D. Boardman fPewter Tea pot Hartford Ct.
E73 Early 19th century Sage & Beebe pewter coffee pot with hinged lid and gooseneck spout Title: Pewter coffeepot . circa 1845. Sage and Beebe St Louis Mo
E74 Early 19th century Maine Rufus Dunham pewter Coffee Pot, Rufus Dunham was a Maine pewterer working from 1837-1861 in Westbrook. Tea and coffeepots were popular items with him. This is the lighthouse form.
E77 Early 20th century trade sign " Jim Peshette's forge custome iron work and wheels",advertise early iron wheels for Model T's and wagon's , painted on board with applied molding one sided , black letter on a off white back ground. Found in Pa purcased from a private sign collection
**Sold**P139 Important Southern 18th century open top stepback corner cupboard, from Cumberland County North Carolina, one piece southern heart pine, rose head nail construction, This cupboard retains it original dry red painted case, with blue picture frame molding and blue interior. Single plank door with baton held in place with rose head nails, with blacksmith made H hinges. The opening of the cupboard is canted, with four shelves as well as a canted door, at the bottom ( wider at the bottom and nearer at the top). Circa 1750
E83 Mid 20th century small hand decorated painted miniature wooden Chest. painted and signed by Steven Agnes Hall Vermont
E79 Large Eastern Shore Maryland full size Swan carved by Bowman from Have De Grace, circa 1970's
E84 Chincoteague Virginia 1930's Ira. Hudson Goose Decoy with a bostonwood body and pine neck and head in old working repaint, tack eyes
E55 Mid 19th century Carrier, with wonderful dry windsor green paint, one board bottom all square nailed construction, high arched divided with cut out handle circa 1840-1850
P485 Philadelphia Cobalt decorated Stoneware Cream Jar circa 1870 decorated with bright cobalt design, applied handles with cobalt decoration
C369 N. Clark Jr. Athens, NY 1-1/2 Gallon Stoneware Pottery Crock.
SOLD D171 19th century Caroline County , Chimney Cupboard circa 1850 with glass door and over sized window lites, with the original red painted exterior and the original dry blue painted interior.Over a single board door with bread board ends. Applied beaded molding at the top, the wood is white pine. This Cupboard came out of an estate here in Caroline County Maryland.
E63 Pair of matching fan back windsor arm chairs, stamped Nichols & Stone. In the original green paint with gold stenciling from Gardner Massachusetts.
E70 Folk Art Wooden Trade Sign for Barlet art Supplies Circa 1940s: Unusual and well done wooden trade sign for "Barlet "
E68 Josiah Travers Dorchester County 1900-1965 Canvasback Drake,Travers, Josiah Franklin Vienna, MD, Canvasback drake, 2nd quarter 20th century.Cedar body with glass eyes,
B446 19th century Bucket with the original salmon paint, with the words Whole Cloves in black paint with mustard decoration Stave construction
**SOLD** E57 Parkersburg, WV, circa 1880, cylindrical canning jar Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Jar, Stenciled "Superior", attributed to A.P. Donaghho, Parkersburg, WV, cylindrical canning jar
E61 Small-Sized Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Canning Jar with Stenciled flower, Western PA origin
E64 Small crock Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Canning Jar, circa 1880, tapered jar with rounded wax sealer rim
E65 Stoneware Canning Jar with Cobalt Stripe Decoration, Western PA origin, circa 1875, cylindrical jar with inner wax sealer rim,
E51 Early New England Hooked Rug depicting a house with grassy yard, several trees, beautiful flowers and two oversized birds perched upon an elaborate fence which stretches along the length of the foreground.
E50 Late 19th century gathering Basket with the original dry white paint, double wrapped rim ith a high stemed and bent handle
SOLD E48 19th century arm Chair four graduated arched slats joining stiles , with the original cane seat, shaped arms, vase- and ring-turned arm supports and legs .
RM913 Small Cast Iron 6-spoke Ship Wheel, still attached to its original white pine wooden hub. The hub is 3” deep x 7” diameter. The wheel and handles are solid cast iron
E43 Beautiful framed Tinsel painting of a Basket of Fruit that includes two kinds of grapes, cherries, pear, apple, plums, lemon, strawberry and bananas.
C585 19th century fourteen drawer Apothecary / spice Chest with red paint, the drawers are nail construction with square head nails, the wood is walnut and pine , beautiful pine back boards circa 1840
**Sold**E41 19th century Folk Art Carved Alligator Walking Stick / Cane in original green, black and white paint with applied tin collar on the base. Alligator is very intricately carved with defined scales, long tail with curved end, legs, feet, glass eyes and magnificently detailed individual teeth throughout his mouth.
E42 19th century FOLK ART CARVED SNAKE WALKING STICK / CANE with Serpent-entwined shaft. Serpent is embellished with tiny tack eyes
SP11 19th century New England one panel door Chimney Cupboard/ storage Cupboard with original mustard paint, wide applied crown molding at the top, one board construction
D580 19th century Pennslyvania hanging Cupboard, original red paint, Single panel door, The interior is all natural, with applied cove molding at the top
E36 Gathering Basket, with a steamed and bent handle double wrapped rim, reinforced bottom, really good condition, in natural patina,
E38 19th century Butter stamp two large leaves flanking the leaves of the sunflower.from Pennsylvania, . It has a wonderful bulbous handle
E37 Early 20th century Eastern Shore Maryland Basket very well made,heavy construction, tight and sturdy, in old natural patina reinforced bottom with a well wrapped rim
E27 Wonderful New Englan folk art Navel 18th century Sea Chest, with the original blue paint,canted sides hand planed six board rose head nail construction, the interior is lined with a New Jersy Newspaper dated 1830
(H400) 18th century ( 1790 - 1810) North Carolina Tavern Table with H dovetailed stretcher, with a plain skirt with no drawer and the remains of the original green paint, the legs are straight and simple, with wonderful foot wear to the stretchers.
**Sold**RM910 19th Century wooden paint decorated Coffee Bin,wonderful red painted background with gilded tulips and Eagle with spread wings on lid. These were used in small country store’s for selling coffee out
D568 Early 18th century Pennsylvania slant front Desk, in original surface, one board construction with a high half moon cut out, circa 1810 - 1820
B6 Original, mid 19th century antique diorama clipper carved and painted and displayed in the original frame. diorama of two sailing ship, hand carved wooden ships
E30 Large copper and Iron Kitchen Strainer or Skimmer.A handsome example of antique domestic metal ware from the late 18th / early 19th Century
E29 Early to mid 18thc American hand made copper teapot or kettle with dovetailed back, goose neck spout and hand welded bottom c1760.
E31 1700's AMERICAN COLONIAL copper ladle, The copper ladle cup is hand hammered out of one pieces of copper , the top lip is folded over and hammered tight
B309 19th century Pennslyvania Wall Box with original paint, square head nail construction, one board construction, nice high tom stone back, hold for hanging . Beauriful surface circa 1840
E28 19th century turned and carved antique wooden pie crimper is in very good condition.
E23 19th century great old Northern European, Brides boxes. Beautiful colors and great painting on the top of a Mother and Child . These Boxes were a traditional gift a groom would make or have made to present to his bride for her most special possessions
D505 American, 20th CenturyFolk Art Bird Tree, with twenty one beautiful polychrome painted and hand carved wooden Birds resting on a steamed and bent branchs resting on a colorful base
SOLD E24 Early 19th century Polychrome Floral-decorated, Blue-painted Wood Covered Bride's Box, northern Europe, late 18th/early 19th century, oblong bentwood box with laced splint joinery
SOLD E20 19th cntury beautiful hand carved butter press or mold. This stamp-style mold features a thistel and leaves or flower pattern.One piece
E22 19th cntury beautiful hand carved butter press or mold. This stamp-style mold features a Swimming Swan and leaves pattern.One piece
E21 19th Century very deeply carved wooden butter stamp with a large Sheaf of Wheat, 2 branches with leaves and a Pie Crust Rim. NOTE: In early Christian paintings, a single sheaf of wheat represents harvest and fertility.
E12 19th Century Virginia painted pine Stepback Cupboard circa 1800 with picture frame molding retaining original red paint, dovetail slots for spoon, on bottom shelf , with plate grover on each shelf, nice high bracket cut out base. From the Palmer collection Purcelliville Virginia 1997
D678 Polychrome painted wooden Shovel,WONDERFU, Hand Carved, Wooden Shovel with a GREAT Hand Painted Winter Scene. Great hand carving marks.
D675 Early 19th century New England Federal black painted candlestand , the legs are dovetailed into the pestle,nice bold turning on the pedestel candle stand circa 1800 1820 early black paint over the original red
SOLD E11 Late 19th century Oil on board of Fox Hunting scene, signed in lower left corner from the Smart Collection Uppervillle Virginia
B392 Blanket Chest over drawers 1790 -1810 New England Chest with original dry red paint, Blanket Chest with two fax drawers over two dovetailed drawers, applied molded top ,Snipe hinges, the case is raised on tall bracket base.
D680 19th century Folk Art Butter Paddle with hand painted scene of cabin in the snow
D679 19th century hand polychrome painted wooden bowl wiith a Winter Scene, of house by a lake in the snow, beautiful work, bowl is in good condition
D681 19th century hand painted Butter Paddle flowers painted on wood,
E19 19TH CENTURY DEEPLY CARVED 4 1/4" DIAMETER EAGLE BUTTER STAMP WITH A CARVED 8 POINTED STAR AND 2 DIFFERENT BRANCHES WITH LEAVES. CARVED PIE CRUST RIM. OVERALL IN FINE
(L418) 19th century North Carolina hepplewhite table original dry red surface with a dovetailed drawer and three board top, the base of the table is mortised and pegged From Windston Salem Circa 1840
Z950 Mid 19th century Eastern Shore Maryland Two door flat wall Cupboard in the original dry pewter gray paint. The interior has the original dry salmon paint, yellow pine and poplar wood square head nail construction, simple form with a tall applied base. Circa 1860
E3 **sold** 19th century Pennsylvania Wall Shelf in the original blue/ green paint, with a dovetailed case , shapd ends with graduated Shelves mortised Pennsylvania origin circa 1820- 1840
E10 Shore Bird carved by Ed Green 1986 from Have de Grace Maryland
E5 Pennsylvania Susquehanna River Oversized Mallard Hen in original paint, very unusually form the body is laminated in tree layers of wood
**Sold**E9 Pair of Vintage bronze dog Irish Setter Retriever Pointer Book Ends from the 1930's
B334 Virginia gathering Basket with the dry blue paint. Nice high steamed and bent handle. The rim is double wrapped with a kicked in bottom. Very well made. It has one small break, but overall in very good condition. Tight weave and heavy.
B385 Philadelphia Advertising Jar attributed to the Remmey Pottery, Philadelphia, PA, circa 1870. It has straight-sides, Impressed with the advertising "HOPKINS & M'ELVENEY. / No. 612 MARKET ST." Advertising is highlighted in cobalt and surrounded by cobalt brushwork
RM907 Miniature 19th C. American Whaler's, Seaman's or Sailor's Nautical Sea Chest. A Traditional 19th Century Blue painted Sea Chest constructed of 6-board pine wood with canted sides and the original leather hinges. The lid has pegged front & side skirts for strength. The ropes are fastened through vertical wooden blocks.
B335 Late 18th century New England Treenware container,ring turned incised decoration to the outside edges to give the appearance of bands. Retaining traces of the original mustard paint.
RM541 Early Patriotic wooden red white and blue original painted folk art, two-sided dart board. The two-sided dart board has seen much use, and one side has more wear than the other. (circa 1900)
D560 Early 19th century two door storage Cupboard, circa 1810 - 1820 in old white paint. Two panel doors full mortised and pinned one board construction. The wood is all white pine with an applied base and pit-sawed back boards held in place with square head nails. This cupboard was made to fit in corner.
**Sold**D427 Late 18th century New England fourteen drawer Apothecary Chest, circa 1790 in the original pewter gray paint. Tee nail and square head nail construction, with all the original brass pulls. The drawer dividers are mortised into the case. Very unique drawer layout with twelve small drawers over two large drawers
D595 19th century Ironing Board with original red paint. The wood is pine. Beautiful old original patina. A hook has been added for hanging. Circa 1860.
D384 Folk Art Shore Bird Decoy Carved & Painted Split Tail Plover with original Paint The wings and back are very nicely carved. Mounted green base.
** SOLD** A163 19th century wonderful gathering Basket from Pennsylvania, with wonderful original Green-paint,Woven Splint Basket, it is a square with two carved hardwood handles, with beautiful green paint and patina outstanding condition
D582 19th century Trencher, Dough Bowl, Hand hewn Trencher Dough Bowl , original beautiful blue paint on exterior
SOLD WH1 American, 20th Century Folk Art Bird Tree, with seven beautiful polychrome painted and hand carved wooden birds resting on wire branches on a turned base , 21 inches (height),
**Sold**RM908 19th century Doll Chair in the original blue paint, with split oak seat,
T346 Pennsylvania original green painted Cutlery Tray , with a nice high handle, the inside of the tray is showing wear from use, flared sided, nailed construction with square head nails. A nice addition to any collection circa 1850
V328 19th century lathe turned wooden Bowl with the original nutmeg color paint no cracks chips or breaks
D581 Mid 20th century Pennslyvania Painting on a bread board. of a farm scene with,barn and house with horse and buggy and animals from East Berlin Pennsylvania
D567 Early 19th Century Demilune Table, Country Hall Table, Original Red Paint York Co. Pennsylvania, Half round top raised on delicate hepplewhite tapered legs joined by tri part apron, square head nailed construction.
D575 19th century New Englan wooden cutting board, with old natural patina, shape top with hold for hanging Measures 19 " tall x 18" long
**SOLD** D577 19th C Wooden Butter Churn Old Blue Paint, Hand made Wrought Iron Bands.butter churn, in early dry blue paint. Staved constructed from oak with hand wrought iron bands. T
SOLD D579 19th century Pennslyvania table top Dough Box with the original dry red paint with dovetailed case, the wood is white pine, one board construction all original circa 1820-1830
SOLD D564 Glazed Redware Jar Stamped "JOHN BELL / WAYNESBORO,"circa 1860, ovoid jar with tooled shoulder and semi-squared rim, the interior covered in a glaze.
D565 Glazed Redware Jar Stamped "JOHN BELL / WAYNESBORO,"circa 1860, ovoid jar with tooled shoulder and semi-squared rim, the interior covered in a glaze.
D571 Nice early Hard to find W.H. Thomas Stoneware Crock .Thomas was a potter in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania 1870 .
**Sold**D557 18th Century bentwood oval Pantry Box signed and dated 1798 , New England, Anonymous Maker, old pumpkin paint over the original red. Pine wooden top and bottom
Parcheesi Game Board, original blue and red paint, applied moldings unknown maker, American Circa 1880 the back side has two dovetailed tapered batons
**Sold**D547 Pennsylvania Amish Penny Rug, with black fabric mounted to a woven coverlet backand round yarn stitched bound wool pennies stitched applied with pennies
D530 19th century extraordinary lathe turned wooden bowl, it exhibits the BEST in form, paint and condition! from Maine the bowl with molded rim
D555 19th century Salisbury Maryland in the original red and blue paint, dovetailed case with applied elaborate cut out base. One board square head nail construction, the interior has a locking glove box. circa 1830
**SOLD** D517 Early 19th century twelve star tin Pie Safe, from Western Maryland, in the original blue paint, two doors,over two drawers, the tins are all hand punched, circa 1820
C551 Late 19th century Double-Horse Hooked Rug, Pennsylvania , it is rare and desirable to see two horses on the same rug. The standing pose is further energized by the striated black back ground, with red and white flowers with green leaves ,
SOLD D538 18th century Hepplewhite splayed leg Candle Stand in early green paint, one board top with applied molding, bead on all for sides of the legs, mortised and pegged construction, from Rising Sun Maryland
D534 19th century Philadelphia, PA, circa 1865, Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Cake Crock with Lid, Remmey , crock with ribbed lug handles, decorated with brushed cobalt on the front and all around . Paired with a fitting Remmey lid also decorated. chip on rim of crock ., 7" h., 9 1/2" diameter
D509 Gathering Basket round in old natural patina with a single wrapped rim and steamed a bent handle
D527 Jeremy Martin tin student lamp adjustable lamp ,with two electrified candles and signed “JM” on base
D532 19th century breadboard and knife, the breadboard has a beautifully worn patina. The carving “Bread” along with a flower was done by a skilled carver. The bread knife is from the same era and has a simple carving of the word 'bread' to one side of it.
D529 Late 18th century Newbury port, Essex County, Massachusetts Tavern Table, dry original red paint, one board top 29" wide, with mortised and pin bread board ends which is pegged on
D528 Jeremy Martin tin student lamp adjustable lamp ,with two electrified candles and signed “JM”
D515 Late 18th century Carolina Co Eastern Shore Maryland hepplewhite Work Table circa 1790 in the original dry gray painted surface.
SOLD D536 19th century Southern North Carolina wooden heart cutting board, with old natural patina,the wood is cypress, heart shape top with hold for hanging
D235 19th century beautiful red painted Basket, with a nice high steamed and bent handle, double wrapped rim with a kicked in bottom.great condition, very well made tight and sturdy.
D238 Early 19th century Pennslyvania ladder back Youth Chair repainted in 1887 with blue, gray and mustard the original color is bittersweet, still retains it original seat, circa 1820
SP5 American Carved Wooden Eagle made by the American Eagle Company , Boston Mass. Expertly Hand-Carved
SP8 Wooden Trade Sign adversting Drake & Co. Nautical Instruments, this sign is has applied molding, great colors
A509 Easter Shore Maryland full size white Swan by A.J. Watson , original paint
D523 Lloyd Tyler Black Duck Decoy from Crisfield Maryland, with a half-turned head, working repaint and original weight.
**Sold**RM904 Will Havern Canvasback Hen
D457 Imporant Virginia Basket,Late 19th century early 20th century signed by Moses Harris who was born into slavery in 1864 in King and Queen Country Virginia.
D485 Gathering Basket from Pennslyvania rectangle shape, with applied handle and a double wrapped rim, national old patina
D463 Paint Decorated Bucket mustard grinning design over sage background, wire swing handle with wood grip, wire bands
D472 19th century Virginia, Cutlery Box in early 19th century pewter gray paint, dovetailed case, canted sides ,with high arch center divider, and a cut out handle , the wood is cherry, circa 1820
SOLD D471 A fantastic little bentwood sifter. this Shaker style sieve would have been used to strain liquids. The bentwood frame has incredible colour and patina
RM880 RARE 19TH CENTURY PATRIOTIC PAINTED FLAG SHIELD SIGNED ON BACK H.W. BAKER HARRISBURG PENNSYLVANIA CIRCA 1876
D450 ca. 1840; beautiful Bucks County, Pennsylvania red and blue plaid overshot coverlet multiple shaft woven coverlet in red and blue wool self-fringed bottom, and a rolled loop down center seam
D455 Rare 1950’s Eastern shore Maryland oversized Goose Head in original paint, these were made for sticking in the marsh weeds to attract incoming flocks of Geese.
SOLD D449 Late 19th centuryor early twenty century Bucks County, Pennsylvania carved and painted bluebird on a twig branch, ca. 1900
D441 19tn century Pennslyvania Country Store Barrel, resting on three legs with original lid which is dovetaild on one side to lock it in place . It retains early green paint, tongue and groove softwood staved sides, Tapered lap joint,with three hand made iron bands,
D413 Still life of Fruit Oil painting on board , very well done, sign by Artist early 20th century
RM767 19th century wooden Compote with original blue paint with orange decoration
D415 Very unusual upper Bay Canvasback Decoy in earlie paint, maker unknow circa 1940 -1950
D416 Late 18th century Pennslyvania Peg Rack with two pegges in old dry white painted surface, crca 1790
**Sold**D407 19th century Pennsylvania stoneware pitcher, with cobalt floral decoration
sOLD D414 19th century Large New England gr blue Covered Wooden Firkin, tongue and groove softwood staved sides, tapered lap joint wood bands, bent wood handle with wood peg attachments, gorgeous deep blue color on the Firkin
D398 Early 19th century New England Maine very unusual over size Wall Box, with an arch back original dry red paint circa 1810 nail construction with tee nails and square head nails,
SOLD D405 19th Century large stone Apple in two halfs, great color and condition
**Sold**D401 High head Canvasback Drake by James T. Holly (1855-1935) Havre de Grace, Maryland
D395 Large full size wooden white Swan, with a detailed carved head. R L W carved into bottom circa 1960
D402 Canada Goose carved by Richard Connelly 1988 well carved with a removerable head that can be reposition into a slepper or a hissing Goose
D388 19th century New England hand carved wooden Shovel, with night time Winter Sceen, and original white paint
RM763 Unusual metal Bowl with the original robin egg blue painted exterior and black painted interior
D332 New England Folk Art Bird Tree with four Polychrome Birds resting on a branch the base is birch
D341 19th century New England Document Box , with the original blue paint , with mustard and red decoration, the case is dovetailed
D353 Early Virginia small gathering Basket, with beautiful old red paint, double wrapped rim, with a steam and bent handle, kicked in bottom
**Sold**D346 18th century New England heart shaped Pot hanger wrought iron, American, this type of appratus hung on a S hook to hold a pot ( Antique Iron by Herber Peter and Nancy Schiffer page 221)
D333 Silk and cotton flag ca. 1866-90. . Framed in a gold frame.
O750 Early 19th century Berk Co. Pennslyvania Bucket Bench, with the original dry red paint, tomestone arched sides , on the top shelf it has a plated rail and spoon rack, circa 1820
*Sold*RM761 Early Mallard Drake boot scraper by Charlie Joiners circa 1960
D337 Curlew wooden hand carved by Rob Daily with metal legs and glass eyes
D339 Charlie Joiner Boot Scraper used to scrape or rub the bottom surface of boots and shoes for the purpose of cleaning.
D317 19th century Sampler made by Catherine Allan Sehraa bewed in the year 1830
SOLD D328 Lat 18th century Peg Rack with the original paint circa 1790 with a breaded edge with nicely turned pegs
D329 19th Century wooden Document box with old grey over the original red. This wonderful small sized chest was used by J. Ludwig in a Masonic Lodge 307 in Massachusetts.
D315 D315 Early Oriental area rug with a great floral design pattern and wonderful colors 89” long 55” wide
SOLD B122 19th century Apple Tray early old blue paint with heart cut out handles, and canted sides, square head nail construction