F462 Early 19th century Berk's County Pennsylvania Cupboard in the original pumpkin and black paint. Circa 1800-1820. Two dovetailed drawers over a single door. The door has the Bible cross panels which are mortised and pegged. The case of the cupboard is dovetailed as well with nice high cut out feet, with lamb tongue corners. It is one board constructed.
**SOLD** F425 Late 19th century chain pump made by Crain Pump and Lumber Company from Philadelphia PA. The Philadelphia Buck Eye Crain Pump & Lumber Co – Philadelphia PA - The Expansion Rubber Bucket Chain Pump - Perfect for drawing water from a cistern, tank, shallow well, pond, lake or river. Just turn the crank for continuous flow of water.
**sold**F413 Late 18th century Firkin with the original blue paint very unusual with the blacksmith made handle which is twisted iron and is original to the firkin. Firkin is tongue and groove softwood staved sides, tapered lap joint wood bands, held in place with rose head tacks with wood peg attachments.
F461 Late 19th century oil on canvas painting of sheep in a barn, unsigned by artist. Beautiful art work, note the bucket in background and the barn.
F452 American Walnut 18th Century Wonderful foot warmer with punched hearts, with thin wire bale handle for easy carrying. Has original removable cup inside which can be taken out to clean out the ashes. Great folk art punched tin panels have punched heart decoration.
**sold**F423 Fabulous Late 18th Century Mortar and Pestle in beautiful black and mustard paint with bold turnings! This is a very solid wood mortar and pestle dating from the late 1700's -1820. Wonderful size and proportions with great paint!
F458 Peter Hermann One-Gallon Stoneware Pitcher with Cobalt Clover Decoration, Baltimore City and County, MD.
(N49) 19th century trade sign advertising painting and wall papering and Decorating. Painted on board, black background with mustard letters with red highlights. Circa 1890's.
F455 18th century fancy cut out wooden game rack, found in North Carolina. Remnants of blue wash paint. Eleven staggered/offset handmade wrought iron hooks for hanging wild game or drying meat, with a bead on bottom of board. Hooks are held in place by being folded over on back.
Q221 Early 19th century Lancaster Country, Pennsylvania unique Sorting Table with the original bittersweet red paint, circa 1820, with a single full size drawer. It has a wide two board well with an applied gallery held in place with square head nails.
F397 Boat Model folk art display, with all the carved accessories. The boat is showing weather from being out doors. It is all wood in the original paint, circa 1950 or 60's.
F394 Beautiful large Trade Sign of a hand carved and hand painted wood fishing lure with metal “hooks”. Circa 1950. The wood and paint have age appropriate wear and patina. This probably hung in a in a store as an advertising piece.
F470 Wallace O'Neal IV Miniature Goose Decoy 4 '91
F460 Pair Charlie Joiner 1969 miniature Mallard decoys
RM1204 Rare, Late 18th Century Pennsylvania Lollipop Wall Box. Old red over the original dark red paint with a hex sign inscribed around nail hole for hanging. The wood is pine with both Rose head and Tee nail construction. Very unusual form with the opening on one side built higher for use as a cutting board or scouring board. (see visible chop/scouring marks) Circa 1780
Z229 Early 20th century Storefront Sign "Gift Shoppe." Two sided with wonderful paint colors on a brown background with gold, black and red lettering. Painted on board with applied molding.
RM1202 Leonard E. Pryor(1876 - 1967) Chesapeake City, MD Rare Canvasback drake decoy. Mr Proyer was a carver who offers two distinct views of his artistry.
RM1203 Rare pair 1950’s Mallards carved by Paul Gibson, Havre de Grace, Maryland with detailed scratch feather paint on hen's head. Original paint, great looking pair of birds!
**SOLD** F405 Early 20th century hand made braided Rug with wonderful colors, very tightly braided, clean and in good condition.
F408 19th century hand cut sandstone Grist Mill Grinding Stone dates back to the 1850s era. Grinding edge is worn from many years of going in a circle grinding grain.
F246 Madison Mitchell Canvasback Drake, decoy in original paint signed and dated 1960.
F61 James Holly Duck Decoys James T. Holly (1855 to 1935) Havre de Grace, Maryland, This decoy is from the 1st quarter 20th century, in old working repaint. Circa 1915 – 1920
**Sold**F421 Mid 18th century North Carolina Hanging Corner Shelf from High Point N.C. very elaborate shaped sides, the yellow pine case is pegged and rose head nail construction. The round drawer front, is dovetailed and the bottom is held on with pegs as well.
**Sold**F390 19th century Pennslyvania York Country , high back Child's Sette , in vibrant yellow paint, one lg dovetaile on the front apron locking the two sides
**Sold**F373 late 18th century, Pennsylvania table top Dough Box in the original dry red paint circa 1790-1810 , wonderful form, having splayed dovetailed sides. With a lift off lid with cut out handles, the lid is one board
**Sold**F419 19th century demilune fanlight or transom window featuring a center fan with radiating muntins Nice overall patina. with traces of the original blue paint , Measurement are:
F450 Small 19th century New England green painted wooden Firkin, the sides are surrounded by simple metal bands, secured by small copper tacks.
**Sold**RM1200 Late 19th Century Pennsylvania hanging wall box in old blue painted surface.
F412 Early 19th Century Pennsylvania splay leg foot stool in beautiful original mustard decorated paint. All square head nail construction.. Wonderful cut outs on each end as well as on the scalloped apron on each side of the stool. Very sturdy. Circa 1830.
F426 Early 19th century Southern Demi-lune Table, very unique form, retaining a unclean dark surface, having a narrow one board top which is 12 1/2" deep, very gracefully turned legs, mount to the top with three champhered cleat's circa 1840's
**Sold**F418 Early Pennsylvania Carrier in original grey paint, high arched handle with a canted square head nailed case Circa 1850
F391 PENNSYLVANIA PAINT-DECORATED SIDE CHAIRS, SET OF SIX, late Windsor arrowback forms, each having four-spindle back
F422 19th Century Mortar and Pestle in Beautiful blue Paint This a very solid wood mortar and pestle dating from the mid 1800's.
F414 Gathering Basket with wonderful original green paint , in great condition, the rim is single wrapped, with a high steamed and bent handle . The basket is well made and tight
RM1139 Gorgeous early 19th Century Pennsylvania splay leg foot stool in the original mustard paint.
F378 19th century Pennsylvania original grey painted Peg Rack with six oversized pegs, circa 1820 mounted on a single board
**Sold**F415 Late 19th Century Canted Storage Box in old robin egg blue paint. Circa 1870
F438 19th century New England Bail Handle Pantry Box with the original dry windsor green paint ,with over lapping bentwood sides, secured with small metal tacks. The sides of the Box are fitted with a pair of oval stamped tin handle mounts.
F432 This signed iron rabbit is marked: GRISWOLD MFT. COMPANY, ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA. The last quarter of the 19th century . This is a two-piece chocolate mold was used for making the chocolate rabbits for Easter.
F400 19th century splay leg Prayer Bench with the beautiful dry original green paint, square head nail construction, circa 1850
F417 Late 19th century plant stand beautiful dry original robin egg blue paint
RM1201 Late 19th Century Pennsylvania Dry Sink Hutch in old blue paint. Two piece hutch clean interior, dovetailed drawer great small size and form. Found in a home in Philadelphia PA. The blue paint is over a robin egg blue paint
F281 Canvasback Drake decoy, carved by James A. Currier (1886 – 1971) of Havre De Grace, Maryland. Decoy was carved around 1930’s – 1940’s and retains a large portion of original paint as well as some of the second coat of paint.
RM1138 Original painted Canvasback Drake, carved by James T. Holly (1855 - 1935) Havre de Grace, Maryland. Circa 1900. Professionally cleaned down to the original paint,
F406 Wonderful Oyster Trade Sign with applied wooden letters. Originally found on the shore of New Jersey, and dates from the 1890's - 1900's. The sign has its original red white and blue painted surface, red back ground, with white letter, with blue shadowing as well as a blue applied frame. A mixture of square head and wire head nails.
**SOLD** F401 Late 18th century Pennsylvania Early Heart wooden slaw board / kraut cutter with a heart cutout at the top. It has been in a collection in Pennsylvania for years original surface, nice dark patina with a large over size heart at the top
F403 Late 18th Century hanging Spoon Rack/ Wall Box (Circa 1790 -1820 ) One single oak back board construction, with a cut out design at the top. There are two levels of spoon holders, over a candle box with canted shaped sides and a molded edge to the candle box.
**SOLD**F341 Early 19th century Lancaster County Pennsylvania blue painted Jelly Cupboard. Very unique high style Cupboard with tall dovetailed applied gallery. Lamb tongue corners, high arched cut out feet, simple beading surrounding doors with a full mortised and pegged construction. The top has a plate groove. Circa 1820.
F410 Early 19th century Southern small stepback cupboard from Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, Two door storage Cupboard having a single double panel door top and bottom. The doors are a fully mortised and pinned. All square nail construction in old blue paint over the original black. Circa 1820 -1840.
FF411 Early 19th century beautiful Burks County, Pennsylvania Desk on frame, circa 1820's in original dry unclean blue paint. The base is all mortised and double pinned with Chippendale style molding around top of base. With corner beading on all the legs.
RM1137 19th century New England original blue painted Document box, square head nailed construction circa 1850
F393 Early 19th century Dough Box with original mustard paint the wood is pine, the dough box has slanted sides and removable top, circa 1820
F399 19th century small Covered Wooden Firkin, in the original dry blue paint, tongue and groove softwood staved sides, tapered lap joint wooden bands
**Sold**F402 Late 19th century - early 20th century hand carved wooden Dog. Carved by a Pennsylvania carver from Oley Valley, Pa. Great piece of American Folk Art, in the original paint. The dog features carved out ears and eyes with attached four legs and tail.
F395 Redhead Decoy attributed to Madison Mitchell Robert Madison Mitchell was born in 1901 in Oakington, Maryland, near Harford County’s Swan Creek, just south of Havre de Grace, and he grew up in this waterman’s community at the top of the bay. Mitchell died on January 14, 1993 at the age of 91
**SOLD** 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. The background is wonderfully variegated to give the impression of smoke/clouds throughout the sky and what is perhaps a leaf covered area surrounding the nicely cleared grassy yard.
**SOLD** F377 Early 19th century Pennsylvania Jelly Cupboard, in original blue paint, with a single dovetailed drawers, over two panel doors, with reeding down both sids and down both feet , one board ends and top, has a nice molding under top and base. The interior is very clean
**SOLD** F375F375 Antique braided silk chair pads/ mats handmade, very well made, wonderful colors, four small mats, with one larger
**SOLD** F379 Wonderful, authentic, two story Martin Bird House with sections that will accommodate up to eight individual “families”! The Martin House is in original hand painted blue paint, with delightful yellow and white trim,
**SOLD** F359 A fine example of a pine one drawer tall schoolmaster’s desk with a box stretcher base, in its cleaned to it's original gray paint, with slanted lift top which opens to reveal an open compartment interior.
**SOLD** F387 A beautiful carved miniature canvasback Drake in original paint carved by David Price Have de Grace Maryland in 1960's
**SOLD** F384 Late 20th century hand carved Bird Tree with eight Robins, resting a steamed a bent branch, three of the birds has a red berry in there mouth, signed by a well know Pennsylvania carver M.K. Scheel
**SOLD** F381 19th century mortised stool in the original blue paint splayed legs , double mortised
**SOLD** F374 Pennsylvania painted Bench Table, 19th c., retaining an green surface, two board top with high cut out feet shapes batons, and shaped sides, with all four original pins, with a lift lid reveling a storage compartment Circa 1840
F371 Rare, late 18th Century New England Candle Stand with a very simple turned base and a most unusual padded foot tripod base. The one board top is all pegged onto a single batten which is attached to the base. Table retains its original red paint. Table is 26” tall and top
F376 Mid 19th century Peter Hermann Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Jar, Baltimore, MD origin, circa 1850, ovoid jar with tooled shoulder, squared rim, and applied lug handles, cobalt-decorated front and back with a two-stemmed clover plant.
F386 Late 19th century Eastern Shore Virginia, 8' Farm Table, in the original oyster white paint, the table is very sturdy it is mortised and pegged construction, the wood is yellow pine and cypress, with single large drawers which is nail construction, the top is two boards, the top is showing wear from years of use, it was used as a work table/ eating table
F335 Early Captain Den Dye red head Perryville Maryland, second coat of working paint, shows years of hunting use with area of shots embedder in the body Captain Ben Dye 1821- 1896 Perryville Maryland
C447 19th century Pennsylvania original pewter gray painted wooden bowl, American, mid-19th century, A lathe-turned bowl, slightly out of round, Retains an old dry pewter gray paint with good patina, and old natural patina on the inside with no cracks or breaks
F372 Early Shore Bird, in early blue and white paint, one piece body with a removable bill, Provenience; from a private Pennsylvania collection
F385 Late 19th century looking glass in original painted wooden frame
**SOLD**F380 Early 19th century Lancaster County Pennslyvania,small mortised oval stool, in old white paint, high arched cut out sides, with a double drop scalloped apron one board chestnut square head nail construction
F334 Late 19th Century/Early 20th Century working goose decoy from Dorchester County, Maryland. Very unusual form. Body is all hand-chopped out of one piece of wood with a chunky head and short bill, in old working repaint. You can still see draw knife marks visible on the tail. Goose is branded on the bottom with the initials 'R. C. B.'
**SOLD** RM1136 Rare Widgeon drake, carved by Ned Burgess, Churches Island, North Carolina. Classic form with uplooking head.
F34o Early 19th century pine open top Stepback Cupboard in the red paint, The shelves on top section features double plate grooves, The bottom with a single 2o" wide board , plank door , Nice high cut base with a double arch cut out on the sides. The back board are held in place with square head nails circa 1820-1840
**SOLD** RM1133 Early 19th Century hand punched hanging tin lantern in old blue paint.
**SOLD** F364 Hand painted and decorated Mirror (looking glass), with the original old glass, beautiful hand painted flowers, circa 1860
F362 Mid 1800s lathe turned and carved wood wooden butter print. made of a single piece of wood, has a carving depicting a stylized carefully balanced plant with a stylized fruit, which is referred to as pineapple.
F338 Late 19th century Archetectal Piece from a home in Pennslyvania , wooden original white painted, very unusual design with basket in center
F350 Rare full size Canvasback pair on base by Robert McGraw ( 1879-19580 Have De Grace Maryland 1925 excellent condition, all original paint, with strong painted surface., and great patina. McGaw made decorative base birds over many years he made gunning decoys. He was one of the first makers to produce a decorative bird for sale for including many that were shipped all over the Country thru mail order business. This is a super nice original matched pair of McGaw Decoys
**SOLD** F360 Late 19th century diminutive cherry Blanket Chest, in the original dark surface, dovetailed case, with a tall applied bracket base, the interior of this chest is very clean, with a small glove tilt
F361 Mid 19th century cutlery tray, with wonderful black paint, with initials on the side in mustard paint, H.C. one board bottom all square nailed construction, high arched divided with cut out handle circa 1840-1850
A117 19th century original blue painted Covered Wooden Firkin, tongue and groove softwood staved sides, tapered lap joint wood bands
**SOLD**RM1135 Mid 20th century beautiful ‘Hot Chicken Dinners’ restaurant advertising Sign. The cut out of the chicken is a separate piece of wood applied to the main board.
**sold**F357 19th century diminutive signed and dated (May 30th 1891) Jelly Cupboard ,from Pennsylvania, in original old surface, having a single drawer over a single panel door. The door is all mortised and pined. The end panels are deeply chamfered , with a very gracefully tapered turned leg. It has a applied gallery with scalloped ends.
F363 Bob McGaw canvasback Hen, branded W.L.P. second coat of working paint , with the original dog bone weight
**SOLD** F367 Charlestown Maryland Canvasback Hen Duck Decoy, John Graham (1822-1912), late 19th century, with finely-carved bill, wide body, paddle tail
**SOLD** F369 James T. Holly Rare Pintail drake, James Holly, (1855 - 1935) Havre de Grace, Maryland, last quarter 19th century. Worn original painted surface, sold at Guyette & Schmidt auction years ago. James “Jim”, the youngest of John ‘Daddy’ Holly’s three sons, was born and raised in in Havre de Grace, Harford County, Maryland. Although he made decoys, he is best known as a builder of bushwack or sneak boats, a distinct style of boat used on the Susquehanna Flats and adjacent rivers.
**SOLD** RM1134 Gorgeous Black Duck Decoy carved by Mark Finisecy from Faulkner, Maryland. Bottom of decoy features an applied circular lead weight, a rigging ring and “Finisecy” carved into the wood.
F368 Rare pair of Allen Purner(1921-2006), Elkton, Maryland full size hand carved wooden dead hanging Canvasbacks in all original paint and great condition. They measure about 21 inches from the top of the tail to the tip of the bill. Great piece of Upper Chesapeake Bay history
**SOLD** F344 Late 18th century twelve drawer New England Apothecary, in early blue paint over the original red, all drawers are dovetailed front ad rear, the case is also dovetaile on top, the back boards are held in place with rose head nails,resting on small cut out feet.in one of the drawers there is a lable showing it was used ina General Store in Groton, Massachusetts circa 1790
**SOLD** F339 Hand Hooked Rug with "HOME" in the century motif rag wool on burlap taped bound edge, warn earth tones, mounted on frame very good condition,
**SOLD** K310 19th century Noodle board, Also referred to as a dough board, these boards were used for multiple purposes, serving as a kitchen work unite. The wood is pine with the old gray paint, with an applied gallery on three sided
**SOLD** F346 Late 18th century Set of four Ladder back Chairs from Lancaster County Pa, circa 1780 in the old yellow paint over the original blue, with four slat back with high turned finials,
F348 Mid 19th century Lancaster County polychrome yellow painted with a green pin striping on lid Document Box, applied molding t the base, one board square head nail construction, The interior and has a written inscription ( Dec. 7 1854 snow 3 feet deep and still snowing )
**SOLD** F345 Late 19th century Pennsylvania Double Wall Box, in the original dark Windsor green paint, high arched back, wire nail construction, with cut out shaped sides. circa 1870 -1900
RM1132 Mid 19th century Dome Top Box in Dark Green Paint dovetailed case dome top Doucement Box in the original red paint, circa 1850,
F343 19thC Pennslyvania pine breadboard with handle with hole for hanging and a single dovetailed
F342 Gathering Basket , in beautiful old natural patina, with a double wrpped rim and a steamed and bent handle, sleight raised bottom, great workmanship very good condition
**SOLD** F313 Early 19th century 48 Drawer Apothecary Chest , Pennsylvania Origin , all the drawers are dovetailed , and case , the original blue paint, resting on a applied bracket base, with a nice shaped cut out apron . Original Pulls One Drawer With Lock
O189 18th century New England hanging corner cupboard with original oyster white and red paint. Circa 1780 Very unusual interior with butterfly shelves and a drawer below. The door is full mortised and pegged construction with brass “ H “ hinges.
F322 Late 18th century New England original dry red painted large Beehive wooden bowl . It is out of round, Bold form, with broad inner rim tapering subtly downward, showing strong evidence of slow lathe turning,.
F323 Mid 19th century Pennslyvania open well walnut Drysink, retaining old mustard over the original gray paint ,with two panel doors and nice high cut out feet, the interior is also painted mustard and is nice and clean. circa 1850
**Sold**F325 Outstanding 19th century Blue-painted Pail, James Whitcher, Hooksett, New Hampshire, c. 1850, in untouched surface staved construction with iron hoop, and iron bail with wood handle, , bottom marked "PREMIUM PAIL,/Made & Warranted by/JAMES WHITCHER,/HOOKSETT
F336 19th Century Copper and Brass wall mounted Lantern . Natural old unclean patina. Lantern still has it original brass tank and glass chimmey roof, and glass side panels
**Sold**F326 19th century Painted violin case, with handle, beautiful original blue painted , The painted surface is simply outstanding. Constructed of pine with cut nails, original hinges and lock. Civil War era, ca 1845-1865.
**SOLD** F332 Small 19th century storage Cupboard in old white paint, two doors with a nice high cut out foot
E532 Late 19th century small size drying Rack with old blue paint, it is mortised and pegged
F307 Early 19th century Wooden turned Bowl Small size, with the original dry red paint, and shows wonderful lathe marks,
A119 19th century Dome lid Box in wonderful dry blue paint circa 1810
F324 A pair of contemporary pin Tail in style of Christfield Maryland, with flat bottoms, has a lot of influence of Lloyd Taylor style. Nicely carved , wonderful paint, in excellence condition circa 1970 over size carving
**SOLD** RM1131 Talbot Co. Maryland Bluebill decoy attributed to the Elliott Brothers. Original paint and rigging, old crack to neck.
**SOLD** Y367 Beautiful Early 19th century Western Pennsylvania single door Chimney Cupboard, with original dry robin egg blue paint. Circa 1840.
F320 19th century original painted Windsor rocking chair is in beautiful chrome yellow paint with decorated grapes on the top crest. The paint on this rocking chair is untouched. This is truly is a rare find. This item has wear consistent with its age. Amazing patina. Circa 1840 - 1850.
**SOLD** RM1129 Early Delaware 19th Century Cabinet Makers chest of drawers in blue paint. Dovetailed case as well as drawers, with the drawer dividers mortised thru the sides. The wood is walnut with secondary wood being poplar
F318 19th century , Melon gathering basket, in original dry green painted surface, woven oak splits on bentwood frame, the handle is hand carved and steamed and bent, heavy construction attributed Shenandoah Valley, Virginia
F320 19th Century COPPER "SHANK” MEASURING PITCHER. This measuring pitcher was made to measure liquids used for making wine and liquor in the 1800's. Made by "SHANK" a Company in New York. Uncleaned surface. Stamped 1 gallon on the side.
E319 Early 20th century Gathering Basket from Delmar Delaware, with a single wrapped rim and a steamed and bent handle with two red woven bands and one green; which is typical of the type of Basket. It is heavy constructed.
**SOLD** F317 Early 20th century Wooden Tavern trade sign "Parker's Tavern". Painted on a single board with rounded ends.
F310 Blue Bill Drake decoy signed A. Zook, Havre De Grace Maryland circa 1970's
F309 Madison Mitchell Bluebill Decoy dated 1964, working repaint
F316 Early Goose Decoy from Crisfield, Maryland. This is a beautifully carved decoy with wing pattern and a long flat end square tail. The wide body is hollowed out with a board nailed to the bottom. The head is nicely carved with tack eyes. The maker is unknown. Circa 1900 – 1920.
**Sold**RM1127 Colorful, nicely carved and painted working ice fishing decoy/lure. The body is carved wood with sheet metal fins. Painted in orange with red accents. Note the tack eyes. The bottom is lead weighted Condition is good.
F303 Madison Mitchell original painted Canadian Goose decoy, signed and dated 1966. This is a weighted full-body sized goose decoy
RM1128 This colorful nicely carved and painted working ice fishing decoy/lure is 7 1/4" long, 2" wide at the fins and 2 1/2" tall.
**SOLD** 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,
F315 Late 18th Century, Lancaster County Pennsylvania two door storage cupboard in early mustard paint over the original mustard paint. This wonderful cupboard has two raised panel doors, which are fully mortised and pegged and are held in place with beautiful ‘H’ hinges. The cupboard is pine wood, has exposed dovetailed case with original applied bracket base, and is all pegged construction throughout. Circa 1780 – 1800.
K311 Stunning split oak gathering flower basket, in the original dry green paint, nice high steamed and bent handle, with aplied feet to the bottom
F314 Early 19th century Painted Covered Firkin. It is heavy consructed with a stave single finer loop on the bottom and around the top, with a swing handle. Maintaining its original blue paint
**SOLD**A77 Late 19th Century hanging set of drawers in Original Dry oyster white paint Special features include the dovetailed drawer dividers the decorative lollipop hanger above "angle wings"
F306 Mid 19th century Pennslyvanis paint decorated Settee,Paintted, Pennsylvania, plank-seat settee of the mid-19th century (1845-1865), in the half-spindle-back style with an angel wing crest rail. The mustard yellow with green leaves , brown fruit and red striping. The theorem-like registers on the crest rails are typical of rural Pennsylvania chairs and benches. There is a large fruit in the center
**SOLD** F286 19th century Small Pennsylvania cupboard, circa 1820 , with two dovetailed locking drawers over a single panel door, retaining it original red paint, with nice high cut our base one board construction, with pegged on back boards,
F305 19th century Set of four paint decorated plank seat chairs, Pennsylvania, circa 1850-1860.
RM1126 Rigmate pair of high head canvasbacks of John Vickers, 3rd quarter 20th century. High head pose with wooden keels and large brass line tie rings. 'SS' painted and 'Holly' carved into the undersides.
F302 Madison Mitchell Canada Goose1957 Canada goose by R. Madison Mitchell. electric pencil signature "R. Madison Mitchell – 1957" Canada goose
F312 Redhead drake decoy by Madison Mitchell Havre de Grace, MD (1901-1993). Ca. 1960's, original paint, unused condition,
F311 1960’s R Madison Mitchell Canvasback Hen, signed and dated . branded E.L.W ( Eban Waterfield ) from the Knotts Island area North Carolina .excellent condition
**SOLD** E476 Canvasback Drake Decoy carved by James E. Baines from Morgantown, MD
RM1125 Hand carved Pintail decoy by Rick Fish in the Crisfield Maryland style of Lloyd Tyler. The bottom of decoy has His marking RF.
F300 Madison Mitchell 1965 golden eye duck decoy in original paint - currently attached to wooden platform and used as a lamp display
F299 Decoy, Goose, by John Albert Lundgren,On the bottom of the goose, stenciled in black paint:" PAT. SEPT 23, 1941 Straw stuffed goose decoy. Canvas body with white and black painting. Wire loop extending from tail to hang up the goose. Square metal bracket on bottom of the goose used to attach it to a stake. Patent number on bottom of the goose. .
C394 19th century Virginia Game Board, with original black and salmon paint, with applied molding, the wood is white pine and walnut, circa 1880
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** F292 Early 19th century Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania raised panel one door storage Cupboard , with two raised panel in the door decorated with yellow and blue, which is all original vey unusual way they painted the panels, retaining an original red painted surface to the case, with nice high cut out feet , ( on all four sides) one board construction, the interior is nice and clean, with five shelves on the interior
F284 Early 19th century Painted pine table top desk, retaining an old black and red surface, the interior of the Desk has six dovetailed drawers, the case is also dovetailed this is a great small size
F215 T19th century New England side Table with a elaborate scalloped apron on all four sides, it has a two board top, retains the remains of oyster white paint over the original blue. Circa 1850
F287 19th century Pennslyvania Painted pine trade sign, , M. S. Schultz, very colorful with white back ground with red letteres and yellow high lites, with nice walnut applied molding
**SOLD** F290 German painted Noah's ark, with an assortment of hand carved animals and figures, Painted Wood Ark with hand carved Figures, made in German, Late 1800's.
F289 Late 19th century Sheet iron running horse weathervane, circa 1870 - 1890, mounted on a painted early wooden wagon hub base
F298 19th century Virginia Butter Churn in beautiful chrome yellow paint made by The Cedar Works Co. in Richmond Virginia
F283 Mid 19th century Lancaster County Pennslyvania original red painted Hanging Cupboard with a mustard raised panel with a high arched back with a hold for hanging. Original unclean surface
F291 Early 19th century Apothecary Spice Chest in the original red paint, with eight drawers, dovetailed drawers the case is dovetailed also top and bottom with all the original knobs
F61 Duck Decoy by James T. Holly (1855 to 1935) Havre de Grace, Maryland. This decoy is from the 1st quarter 20th century, in old working repaint. Circa 1915 – 1920
A251a Rare high head Canvasback by James Holly, Havre de Grace, Maryland, 1st quarter 20th century, Canvasback, early second coat of working repaint , with the remains of the original paint showing branded on the unerside with a X.
F295 Early 20th century hand carved Mills Hancock Goose, Chincoteague, VA the wood is cotton wood, showing a lot of wear for the age of Decoy in second repaint
**SOLD** F265 19th century Lancaster County Pennsylvania single double panel door Chimney Cupboard , circa 1810-1820 ,in the original dry red paint, dovetailed case with a nice high cut out base, this Chimney Cupboard has a single double panel door which is all mortised and pegged,
**SOLD** F228 Early 19th Century Pennsylvania day bed in original dry grey paint. Very unique with wide one-board sides (25 1/4”board), square head nail construction and high arched cut out feet with shaped ends.
**SOLD** RM1124 Mid 19th Century New England country Hepplewhite style oval-topped tea table in the original yellow paint with delicately splayed legs and arched apron.
F257 Early 19th Century Berks County, Pennsylvania two door corner cupboard in old green over yellow paint. Wonderful small size with paneled doors that are fully mortised and pegged with molded trim around panels.
F275 Beautifully framed still life of Grapes on the Vine with detailed foliage in background. Very nice play of light on the upper left quadrant of the grapes as well as the foliage in that area. Unsigned. Iron Brackets on back of canvas are imprinted: “PAT FEB 1883 JUNE 1885 A.D.S.”.
F277 An American Colonial turned wood and wire chandelier with 5 candles, wooden turned center post mustard painted finish. Unelectrified.
A fantastic and rare 19th century (wooden rake) Painted wooden Rake retaing an old blue surface, showing great wear
**SOLD** F270 19th century Still Life painting of fruit in the painting is canterlopes and apples and one peach, grapes. Painted on canvas,in mounted in it's original frame
B422 New England original dry green painted Wooden Firkin, with W. Sugar on top, tongue and groove softwood staved sides, tapered lap joint wood bands
**SOLD** F264 Breath Taking 19th century Lancaster County Pennsylvania, circa 1830 very unique long blue Drysink with a beautiful scalloped drop apron in the front, canted sides, with two paneled fully peg doors, one board square head nail white pine construction, high arched cut out feet
**SOLD** F268 Mid 20th century Painting by Famous Artist A. Glazier. Painted on a cutting board. One of the things he is famous for are these folk art style paintings on Amish cutting boards.His signature appears in the lower, left corner, from East Berlin Pennsylvania
T282 New Hampshire original blue painted Firkin, tongue and groove softwood staves, tapered lap joint wood bands,held in place with tacks, bent wood swing handle with peg attachment.
**SOLD** F254 Early 19th Century Lancaster County, Pennsylvania paint decorated one door jelly cupboard with turned feet and wonderful double-raised panel door that is mortised and pegged. Original yellow paint with black stipple decoration and fabulous wear on the top and on the door from years of use.
F33 Oval pantry Box in the original dry blue paint with three finger laps
E510 Small Oval Pantry Box in the original dark green paint with double finger lap grat condition
F32 Small green signed Pantry Box sign inside Millie H. Wright Windsor Ct.
**SOLD** F279 Mid 20th century Trade Sign, Painted on tin Ice Cold Watermelon, beautiful colors and in very good condition, This sign has been mounted into a frame for displaying can be removed
F266 Painted Basket from Mt Jackson Virgina from the collection of Douglas Phillips, in dry old white paint The Basket is heavy constructed
RM1121 Early 19th Century New England Pair of Beautiful Child’s Ladderback chairs in original blue-green paint with wonderfully turned finials and coverlet covered seats. Pair made by same maker and are sturdy and in great condition for their age.
Z170 Large New England green Covered Wooden Firkin, tongue and groove softwood staved sides, tapered lap joint wood bands, bent wood handle with wood peg attachments,
**SOLD** F269 Early 19th century stack of three graduated Drawers, in beautiful dry mustard paint, the drawers are dovetailed in cased in a one wide board constructed case circa 1820- 1840. The drawer divider are mortised into the sides
F267 Mid 20th century Painting by Famous Artist A. Glazier. Painted of Lady with Chicken on a large cutting board. One of the things he is famous for are these folk art style paintings on Amish cutting boards.his signature appears in the lower, right corner, from East Berlin Pennsylvania
F273 Lum Fletcher canvasback Canvasback drake, Lum Fletcher, Havre de Grace, Maryland, 1st quarter 20th century. Excellent form and nicely carved bill detail. Early surface appears to be a early second coat
F120 Pair of Golden Eye Decoy by Madison Mitchell, sign and dated 1976 by Mitchell
F272 Madison Mitchell Widgeon1941 signed and dated Widgeon drake gunning decoy by the famous R. Madison Mitchell, Havre de Grace, Maryland
CM2 Early tin & wood pastry cookie press with three various sized star discs and nicely turned wooden plunger handle.
RM1122 Sensational 18th Century New England Child’s Rocking Chair in wonderful original green paint. Rocker features original woven seat and the detailed arms and steam-curved slats are all wooden peg construction. There is spectacular wear to the backs of the intricately turned finials
**SOLD** F274 Wonderful framed oil painting on canvas of 7 baby chicks and 4 chickens in front of a barn. Signed and dated by artist: M. E. Sullivan 1907.
Full sized White Swan decoy carved by John Paxson of Back Bay, Virginia - branded on bottom with “JP” as was his makers mark. Decoy has tack eyes, and a solid
**Sold** F255 Early 19th century Pennsylvania Dutch painted Kas, in the original dry robin egg blue paint. Circa 1820 with two fully mortised and pegged panel doors, with a single bead around the doors and a high cut-out dropped apron. The cupboard is one board, square head nail construction and is from a private collection.
F256 Early Folk Art Parcheesi painted Gameboard New England, ca. 1860-1890. Pine. Bold color combination of strongly contrasting colors of Red and Mustard, with a black ground, lining, and mustard cross-hatching in the center circle.
**Sold**F260 Early 19th Century Ohio Hanging Wall Box retaining it’s original Windsor green with red painted trim. Painted surface. High arched tin wrapped back crest (looks to be an honest mid 19th Century home repair with square head nails.) Tall shaped sides. The interior has two open compartments over the drawer. One board square head nail construction.
F247 Stoneware Pitcher with Cobalt Decoration, Baltimore, MD, circa 1880. Ovoid pitcher with flared collar and semi-rounded rim, decorated with brushed leaves and flower around the midsection.
F232 19th Century Shenandoah Valley Virginia diminutive Blanket Chest - circa1850. The wood is white pine one board construction with walnut applied molding and applied turned feet
P728 SUGAR BUCKET American, 2nd half-19th century. Stave construction with bentwood swing handle. Sugar Bucket with the original salmon paint and lid
**Sold**F250 19th century Hooked Rug depicting a long, meandering stem with various flowers, including a Tulip, and leaves in the colors of green, red, blue, yellow on an off-white back ground. This small size rug has been mounted on a frame for easy wall display.
RM1118 Oversized Canvasback Drake Decoy by John B. Graham of Charlestown, MD. ca. 1900. This Decoy is branded SGD on bottom. Decoy retains old, very nice looking, working repaint and is in good condition as shown. The Decoy has a crack in the neck as pictured.
F261 Fantastic early 19th Century turned wood footed compote. This wonderful Continental compote was turned from a single piece of Walnut wood and has many beautifully incised turnings, traces of old red paint and super patina appropriate for its age. Great form!
**Sold** F262 A wonderful collection of 27 pieces of stone fruit
**Sold**RM1119 Exquisite late 18th Century Pennsylvania high arched-handle Cutlery Box retaining its original three color painted surface. The interior of the box is painted oyster white and the case is painted Windsor green with a black stenciled border. .
**SOLD** RM1120 Early 19th Century Massachussetts high arched back wall box in old Mustard paint. Great untouched surface. The wood is white pine, with square-head nail construction.
**SOLD**RM1116 Gorgeous Pennsylvania Windsor green over the original red painted berry basket. Wonderful small size in mint condition.
**SOLD** F239 Striking Early 19th century Western Pennsylvania One Door storage cupboard retaining its vibrant indigo blue paint. Two dovetailed drawers over a single paneled, full mortised door. The case of this cupboard is very unique the way it’s constructed with the bottom being dovetailed and four Mortied on each side,
F240 19th Century Mortar and Pestle in Beautiful blue Paint This a very solid wood mortar and pestle dating from the mid 1800's. The mortar is in great condition.
F155 Original Blue Painted Round Wooden Pantry Box, Excellent old robin egg blue pain,ca. 1880; bentwood box with tack bands
**SOLD** F241 19th century Wooden Wall Mounted Drying Rack, with wonderful old blue paint