**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.
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.
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.
F252 18th Century Pennsylvania Large Chair Table with original Red painted surface. Top is constructed of three wide boards joined by shaped cleats that pivot on tapering posts that are joined by the seat. The four-foot top is generously overhung accommodating comfortable seating.
**Sold**F259 19th Century very unusual hanging cabinet, the interior fitted with folding drying arms, retaining an old red surface. The wood is pine. Provenance: From the collection of of Pauline Kasserman, Winesburg, Ohio.
**SOLD** F253 Beautiful Mid 19th Century Pennsylvania Appliqué rose crib quilt measuring 42" x 42". Approximately 9 stitches per inch; all hand done. This quilt is as found from a private collection.
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. .
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
F184 Early 19th century Shenandoah Valley Virginia Pie Safe circa 1820 - 1840 , in the original blue paint. Two doors mortised and pin over a single large drawers. The wood is pine, The tins are all hand punched and in excellent condition. The interior of this Pie Safe is nice and clean old naturial patina
**SOLD** F248 Folk Art hooked rug of Basket of Flowers, Wool and Cotton basket of Flowers Hooked Rug, America, 19th century, hooked rug centered with a basket of flowers and leafy branches, the flowers predominantly in shades of blue, on a beige back ground
**SOLD** F251 Late 19th century Eastern Shore Maryland Wall Shelf in old blue paint. Sturdy yellow pine one board wire nailed construction with two shaped support
F243 Mid 19th century New England two door storage, in the original dry salmon paint, one board white pine square head nail construction. Applied bracket base , the interior is dived which is also painted, with wonderful storage.
**SOLD** 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
**Sold** F249 American Pictorial Hooked Rug, late 19th or early 20th century, of two Sheep standing under a tree with vases of flowers on each side, the colors are bright, it has been mounted on a frame
RM115 Early 19th century Wooden turned Bowl Small size, with the original blue paint
RM1112 Mid 19th century Firkin Constructed of wooden staves and pegs, bentwood handle and lap joints, copper tacks on the bands in place , this wonderful 19th century firkin
RM1043 19th c wooden skates with high steel curls ending in brass acorn finials, 14” including curl. Traces of bittersweet and royal blue paint .
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** F210 Early 19th century New England Two piece stepback cupboard, circa 1840 ,in old blue paint, four raised panel doors with H hinges, doors are full mortised double pegged., with an applied bracket base the The Cupboard has wide applied molding at the top
C447 19th century lathe turned wooden Bowl with the original pewter gray painted surface
D568 Early 18th century Pennsylvania slant front Desk, in original surface, one board construction with a high half moon cut out, circa 1810 - 1820
**SOLD** F235 Imporant Southern Mid 19th century seven foot farm Table, from the historial Civiil War town of Franklin Tennessee circa 1850 , The table is in the original dry blue paint, it is constructed of southern heart pine wood, the legs are hepplewhite style, mortised and pegged, with a three board top, it is a perfect height for setting at being 30" tall, from the floor to bottom of the skirt is 24 1/2
F231 19th century small size original white painted Pantry Box from New England.Great form and surface with the brush marks in paint .
**SOLD** RM1114 Mid 19th century, Sugar Bucket with the original beautiful blue paint, lidded wooden sugar Bucket , With shaker style diamond iron hoops, wire bail, ,tongue and groove softwood staved sides, tapered lap joint turned handle. from a private Pennsylvania collection
RM1113 19th century New England Pantry Box with old light yellow paint ca. 1880; bentwood box with tack bands, natural patina on the inside
E5 Pennsylvania Susquehanna River Oversized Mallard Hen in original paint, very unusually form the body is laminated in tree layers of wood
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
D523 Lloyd Tyler Black Duck Decoy from Crisfield Maryland, with a half-turned head, working repaint, and original weight.
E27 Wonderful New England 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 Jersey Newspaper dated 1830, remains of a hand painted Eagle on Lid
E50 Late 19th century gathering Basket with the original dry white paint, double wrapped rim ith a high temed and bent handle
F238 19th century wooden Peel Board/ cutting board . The runners you see showing actually was the bottom of the peel board but for display it looks more interesting with the runners showing. The other side is perfectly flat for working on . The patina is wonderful, from years of use.
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.
F236 These wooden barn or privy lanterns are not often found painted this one has beautiful old naturial patina .. It also has a tin chimney and wire bale, The candle socket is tin and there is a tin liner under the top to protect against burning although there are some small charred areas on the stiles on the inside.
RM1112 Very Nice Ames model 1840 Artillery Saber W/Scabbard dated 1865 Sword remains in very good condition. Blade is marked Ames and dated 1865 US. The edge shows period nicks and scratches. The original leather grip is very fine and has the original wire. The original scabbard is excellent and fits blade perfect. Overall length in scabbard
**SOLD**F224 Mid 19th century Pennslyvania open well Drysink, with the original blue paint. very unique small form , with high cut out feet, a single plank door. with a open zink lined well, the interior is nice and clean, white pine square head nail construction .
F209 Late 19th century New England Patriotic original blue painted Calligrapher's Box, with painted wing spread Eagle, and flowers in each corner. Box jointed construction
**SOLD** F213 19th century Lantern pinned construction. Four windows are contained within a wooden box frame that is pine; wonderful original salmon paint .To access the candle you have to open a hinged door ; top having a wrought and wood handle . with hold for ventilator
RM1109 Early New England 19th century wooden bail handle Pantry Box, with the original blue paint
**SOLD**B335 18th century New England Treenware Butter Tub in original mustard paint, very unusual,with ring turned incised decoration on the out side to give the appearance of bands
**SOLD** RM1108 19th century original bittersweet red painted Pantry Box, wonderful surface, The side seam on the box has a wide overlap and is secured with nails, the bottom is held in place with small wooden pegs
F227 Rare Talbot County Maryland white Swan Decoy, multi layered body typical of Talbot County Swans. It has tacks eyes the carver is unknown circa 1940
F216 Late 19th century New England Plate Rack , old grey paint with dovetailed case and two graduated shelves. The shelf has scalloped sides with rectangular plate guards.
F234 Very unusual early 19th century Pennsylvania hepplewhite Game Table, circa 1820 in the original dry red paint, one board top with applied molding, the corner each have applied molding, forming a pocket for game pieces.
** SOLD** F226 New England , 18th c. Wonderful rare Colonial American storage bucket with lid with lapped v staves attached with rosehead nails. . Original as descended painted blue surface. Fine example of early workmanship
**SOLD** RM1110 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 natural pine patina .
RM1111 Early New England early 19th century miniature Sea Chest old green over the original green paint. Dates about 1830 and is square nailed, white pine construction.
D243 Carroll "Wally" Algard (1883-1959), Charlestown, Maryland) canvasback from the first quarter of the last century with attentive head, under-cut bill carving, paint eyes, painted facemask, slight neck shelf, old gunning paint
RM1051 Early Bob McGaw Canvasback Drake decoy. Paint is a second coat of working paint, also done by McGaw. Original “dog bone” weight and iron ring on bottom.
V298 Lancaster County Pennsylvania original painted Jelly Cupboard, applied dovetailed gallery, dovetailed drawers, nice high cut out foot, exception clean on the inside, all original, small chip to the corner of one drawer, taller than the average Jelly Cupboard circa 1850 ---
**SOLD** F219 Charming New England early 19th Century spoon rack, with cutlery box or candle box retains old blue paint over original red. This wall hanging rack with hold eighteen spoons, with the open dovetailed box at the bottom, tall arched and shaped back
**SOLD**F212 Rare Southern diminutive tall four drawer Chest circa 1790-1800 ,in original red decorated paint, the wood is yellow pine , with a applied boot jack cut out base. The drawers are tee nailed construction, the drawer divider are mortised into the sides.
F218 This is a wonderful example of a 19th Century wooden cutlery tray/ knife box . What makes this piece a real standout is the scalloped nicely executed cut out handle . The tray is constructed from pine with square nails and canted sides attaching to a one-board bottom.
F217 19th CENTURY WOODEN SCOURING BOX. Pine with original pewter gray paint. with hanging hold and well-formed sloping sides.
**SOLD** F220 Gorgeous small Treenware folk art wooden box with the initials K.T.D. and the date of 1863 on the top, .
**SOLD** F211 Striking Valley of Virginia 18th century walnut diminutive Chest, in the original dark surface .Dovetailed case with “T” nailed construction It has an applied bracket base on all four sides with a nice high cut out foot ,. Circa 1780
**SOLD** F177 Early 19th century Maine Stepback Cupboard which is two parts, open top over two raised panel doors showing wonderful wear to the paint and doors. Circa 1820
RM1047 19th century original yellow painted mortar and pestle, It is thick walled, with a nicely turned base, no breaks or cracks. The pestle, which appears to be original to the mortar,. has the original yellow also , Excellent condition
F189 Early 20th century New Jersey paintings on Canvas of Fish beautiful painted and mounted in newer frames signed by the Artist, George Greene Painter • Poet, George Greene was successful as both a painter and a poet. He was Born 05/06/1908, Boston, Massachusetts - Died 01/26/1995, Lambertville, New Jersey,
F183 Great piece of Americana, 24 hand crafted black birds, resting a on a limb, in a Pie "Four and twenty Black birds setting before the King Signed and dated by maker M. Dallas
X249 Early 19th century seven drawer tall chest in the original dry red paint, resting on tall applied bracket base. The wood is pine, the drawers are square nail construction, solid ends circa 1820
RM1045 Early 19th century New York State, open top Corner Cupboard in the original dry dark red surface, with two plank doors. three wide board back, plate rails on each shelf, the wood is white pine square head nail construction. Circa 1820
F186 19th century rope bed with red paint, the bed is in wonderful untouched condition and was greatly cared for by the family. This is an early 19th century bed it has generously formed turned columns with dramatic tight ringlet turnings with ball formed tops. The head board has two inset panels with a very unusual rolling pin top
F188 Mid19th century Eastern Shore of MD heart pine ( yellow pine) Storage Cupboard with a single one door consisting of two ship lapped boards with two batons resting on a beautiful applied saw tooth base. The back boards are held in place with square head nails and are three inch higher than the case to keep things from falling behind the cupboard.
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. Circa 1820
W367 Dated 1903 Antique Folk Art Hooked Rug with Birds AND Floral DESIGN Hooked Rug , Dated Feb. 9 1903, in excellent condition professional mounted and cleaned on frame, beautiful colors
C513 Seven Drawer Spice Cabinet circa 1880 six small drawers over one large drawer in simple nail construction with old red surface
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
E579 Late 18th century Lancaster County Pennsylvania Hanging Corner Cupboard, with an extending tail with shelf, original salmon paint, circa 1780 - 1810
MY1 Stunning Double Irish Chain pattern quilt, all hand quilted with cross hatch quilting and hand sewn binding. The use of indigo blue and white for this geometrical pattern, along with the simplistic pattern of the hand quilting, is indicative of the 1860-1880 time period this quilt
F180 Antique Shaker or Shaker Style Carved F180 Wooden Hand Mirrors a collection of five wooden hand held mirrors with hold for hanging beveled mirror
V12 Early 19th century Lancaster Pennsylvania vibrant painted Blanket Chest, signed Neil Baster, Lancaster six board chest with over size till, dovetailed case, applied black molding and turned feet
**SOLD** S313 19th century Eastern Shore Maryland Demi Lune Table with the original mustard paint, and a scrub top. square head nail construction.
F181 9th Century Mortar and Pestle in Beautiful green Paint This a very solid wood mortar and pestle dating from the mid 1800's. The mortar is in great condition.
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
T346 Pennsylvania original blue painted Cutlery Tray , with a nice high handle, the inside of the tray is showing wear from use, flared sided, circa 1850
F183 Early 19th Century AMERICAN SEA CAPTAIN'S CHEST In original blue painted surface, one board pine dovetail construction, ditty box and bottle holder interior
**SOLD** 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,
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”.
E555 Early 19th Century Hanging Cupboard, paint decorated , Original Surface History found in Maine, wonderful bold black decoration on a red background. Circa 1820
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
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
D353 Early Virginia small gathering Basket, with beautiful old red paint, double wrapped rim, with a steam and bent handle, kicked in bottom
P286 NewEngland original red painted Storage Box with the original attic surface paint, all hardware is intact, the construction is dovetailed, circa 1850
F172 Set of four Books dated 1816 The Decline of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbson ESQ
X386 19th century blue table -top Desk, New England, late 19th century, with a lift hinged slant lid on a nail constructed box, the interior is divided
F127 Since the first half of the 19th century, rug hooking has been a popular craft in America, likely sprung from communities in Maine and the Canadian Maritimes. Hooked rugs were made from scraps of fabric and yarn to serve as functional floor pieces and as decorative embellishments for the home. This is a beautiful hand Hooked Rug of a folky cow standing between two trees, on a black background with a checker board of many colors.
X314 19th century Paint decorated Document Box Beautiful and bold original paint decoration on this dovetailed document box date circa 1850
Q221 Early 19th century Lancaster Country Pennsylvania unique Sorting Table with the original bitter sweet red paint, circa 1820, with a single full size drawer. It has a beautiful wide two board well showing pit saw marks.
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
F19 Mid 19th century rare Sugar Chest likely Virginia, poplar wood in red paint, open interior compartment, with a single dovetailed drawer.
A190 New England 19th Century Pantry Box, with original dry red paint, with over lapping bentwood sides, secured with small metal tacks.
F205 Pantry box - thick steamed and bent walls with tiny square nails and tack construction in a light blue/green paint.
E181 Early 19th century signed dovetailed Dough Box, original dry red paint, canted sides with a pegged on bottom and stamped and signed by maker H. E. Meyers
F208 19th century blue paint decorated storage Box beautiful smoke decoration and dovetailed case.
F170 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.
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 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. The chest retains its original lock, however the key is missing. Very unusual to find a Mule chest in this appealing color and sizel
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.
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