F580 Early 19th century Pennsylvania red Painted pine Two-Part Corner Cupboard. Cove molded cornice, single six pane glazed upper door above two sunken panel lower doors, nice high cut out bracket base. York County, PA circa 1820
F708 Two solid wooden freestanding carved sculptures of both a right, and left handed clenched fist with distinct fingernail detail and each hand’s index finger pointing straight upwards. Each one is carved upon an oblong base simulating a sleeve. Each base features decorative carved patterning to the fronts
F707 Very unusual late 18th Century Pennsylvania hanging cupboard in original dry red paint. Single door with interior shelf with a shelf below door. Poplar wood, rose-head and tee-nail construction. One board back that extends higher than cupboard acts as a backsplash, and retains original holes at the top for hanging purposes.
**SOLD** F697 Exceptional 19th Century brown cotton print child’s “slip” or long dress with gathered waistline and full sleeves. Combination of hand and machine stitching with shell buttons on the back for closures.
**SOLD** F696 Super Rare - 19th Century brown cotton print boys “frock” with drop shoulders, scalloped detail sleeves and angled front opening with shell button closures. Completely hand sewn. Measurements: 31” long, approximate 16” waist, 6” sleeves. Historical publications state:
F709 Mid 19th century wooden trade sign for "William Glenny " this sign is one board with the original black ground with white lettern It has applied molding in wonderful condition, circa 1850 -1860 .
**SOLD** F705 Antique Pennsylvania painted wooden Miniature Stool in original apple green paint with floral decoration on top. Nailed construction with tapered legs and shaped cut-outs. Circa 1820 – 1840.
F433 This signed iron Santa is marked: GRISWOLD MFG. CO. ERIE, PA. on one of the front loops and has impressed numbers ‘897’ and ‘898’ on opposite loops. The front is embossed with “Hello Kiddies!!” This two-piece cake mold was used for making cakes for Christmas and dates from the last quarter of the 19th century.
X694 19th Century Mortar and Pestle in Beautiful mustard Paint This a very solid wood mortar and pestle dating from the mid 1800's. The mortar is in great condition.
RM1218 Late 18th century New England wall box with drawer, tombstone-form back with shaped sides and original brass pull. Wonderful surface in a Soldier blue paint circa 1790 Constructed with early cut and a large rose head nails
F690 F690 Early 18th century Pennsylvania wooden Chamber Pot Cabinet in original dry red paint. Sturdy dovetailed case with hinged lift lid to hide the chamber pot.
F693 Mid-19th Century Pennsylvania Bucket Bench in early dry blue/green paint.the wood is Pine , square head nail one board construction. Applied trim with a beaded edge frames three sides of the front with an applied cut out base . Found in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
F699 HENRY DAVIS Original Canvasback Hen Decoy by famous Upper Chesapeake Bay decoy maker Henry Davis, Perryville, Maryland (1876 – 1960). Decoy is in old paint over original working paint with a nice surface and painted feather pattern.
F701Pair of Baldpate / Widgeon Decoys carved by Madison Mitchell (unsigned). Each has a slight turn to their heads and painted eyes. Wonderful paint detail, original weights and rings on bottoms.
RM1217 Wonderful 18th Century New Hampshire original red painted Chest over Drawers (Mule Chest) with lift top lidded storage area above three graduated dovetailed drawers
F245 Canvasback Duck Decoy by James T. Holly (1855 to 1935) Havre de Grace, Maryland. This decoy is from the 1st quarter 20th century, and has been professionally cleaned down to its original paint. Circa 1915 – 1920. Original weight and ring still in tact on bottom. Evidence of decoy being “shot” over is present in various locations of the head and body.
**SOLD** F392 Early to Mid 20th Century Mid Atlantic large wooden Black Crow with glass eyes. Beautifully carved bird mounted on an early 20th century turned wooden base for display. Carver unknown.
**SOLD** F585 Early 19th century Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania single door Milk Cupboard. In original robin egg blue paint, two panel door all mortised and double pined. Resting on four high gracefully turned feet, applied double beaded molding around the base, the interior is clean old natural patina
**SOLD** F388 Gorgeous early 19th century Lancaster Country Pennsylvania cant back, Bucket Bench in the original blue paint. the shelves are double mortised through the sides with a high arch cut out feet, white pine, one board square head nail construction.
**SOLD** F641 Flour Bins in Original decorated mustard Paint.with black lettering Lovely metal flour bins available, in the original paint and with the period lettering. have the hinged opening lid with a lockable clasp .In very good solid condition.
F437 19th century New England large bail handle Pantry Box in the original pewter gray paint. Ash side with pine top and bottom; clinched nail and wood-peg construction; wire bail-handle with turned wood grip.
F445 19th century New England bail handle Pantry Box in the best old dry salmon paint. Ash side with pine top and bottom; clinched nail and wood-peg construction; wire bail-handle with turned wood grip
**Sold**F632 19th century wooden towel bar in outstanding old mustard paint. There are holes through the backing for hanging. The bar can be removed, very easy for displaying towels.
**Sold**F633 Beautiful Lancaster Pennslyvania small double mortised Bench, in the best original dry bittersweet red paint. shaped ends, with a high arched cut out foot, the legs are double mortied throught the top one board, circa 1820 the is a small hard to find bench
F642 Dated 1846 Storage Box for Papers ,, in the best dry green paint,dated 1846 in black letters the box is dovetailed all original
**SOLD** F634 W19 Early 19th century Wooden turned Bowl Small size, with the original dry mustard paint, and shows wonderful lathe marks
RM1216 Early New England Blue Paint Decorated Hanging wall box. Blue background with black decoration. Small square head nailed construction.
ORIGINAL Civil War TINTYPE PHOTOGRAPH Confederate Enlisted Man from South Carolina Subject wears typical sack coat which bear either bone or wood buttons. Adorns a "Beehive" or "Beegum" hat, which were both very popular with Confederate enlisted men. This image came from a group of military images mostly related to South Carolina.
F639 19th century cobalt decorated 1 gallon stoneware crock , Peter Herrmann (Baltimore, Maryland) 1 gallon
F627 Late 19th century walnut Stool, with the split ash woven seat, the original dark surface, with a wonderful turned leg and bold turing on the four stretchers circa 1860
F640 Tin Amusement Park Roller Coaster No. 275 with vibrant lithographed graphics. One of the classic toys made by the Julius Chein Co. While other companies produced roller coaster toys before Chein, none had the amazing figure-eight movement, conveyor belt action and appealing litho, all designed by Eugene Bosch in 1949.
Beautiful Classic Antique Sleigh with the original label (R.M. Bruge Marticville Pennsylvania ) with Shafts w/Bells just in time for Christmas, Black body with maroon upholstery Solid and Sturdy
**SOLD** F581 Early 19th century Pennsylvania mustard Painted pineTwo-Part Corner Cupboard. Cove molded cornice, single six pane glazed upper door above single sunken panel lower door, shaped shelves which are original red painted interior , molded base with bracket feet. ,Lancaster, Pa circa 1820
**SOLD** F631 19th century Pennslyvania hanging Wall Box, in the best original dry blue paint, high arched back, with a heart cut out, all square head nail construction circa 1850
**SOLD** F605 Patriotic folk art whirligigin , original red white and blue paint, with a hand carved figure turnng a fan blad sheft, the Man is all carved from one piece of wood with pens in arms and legs, so that his body can move while turning the blades. It is all original with exception of the base which was added later for displaying
F628 Early 19th century Pennslyvania ,Drysink with the original dry red paint, dovetailed canted well, with a hinged lid with gray interior, over two dovetailed drawers over two panel doors, nice and clen interior, The drysink came from a farmhouse on the Berks/ Montgomery County border. Reifsnyder Farm. circa 1820 - 1840
**SOLD** F637 Late 19th century small carved walnut wooden books shaped with relief carved raised straps on binding and recessed carved interior,
**SOLD** F636 19th century pair of pewter Candlesticks from Cincinnati, OH Britannia circa 1850 attributed o Sellew & Co one piece balustr shaft with distinctive raised Cincinnati ring,
F629 19th Century small green painted oval pantry box, single finger laps. in original green paint
**SOLD** F635 Early 19th century Lancaster County Pennslyvania beautiful double drop Wall Shelf ,in the best dry original blue paint, the wood white pine circa 1920
F606 20th century Small still life painting on board of fruit,pears and grapes and pineapple in a basket,
F595 Jim Currier high head Canvasback DrakeJames A. "Jim" Currier (1886-1969)Havre de Grace, MD, c. 1930
F630 American, 20th Century Folk Art Bird Tree, with seven beautiful polychrome painted and hand carved wooden Bluejays resting on a steamed and bent branch's in a colorful base
**SOLD** RM1215 Early 19th Century New England original red painted double wall box. All square nailed construction.Fresh purchase from a museum auction.
RM1214 There is no English gun maker who could more appropriately be called the “Gun Maker to the Confederacy” than the London firm of John Edward Barnett & Sons.
F602 Pair of oil on canvas portraits of a girl and a boy, both are signed and dated “T.C. Ruckle 1855”- Thomas Coke Ruckle (American 1811-1891) – from Baltimore, Maryland
F599 Stunning indigo blue and natural cotton one piece Jacquard loom coverlet. Woven with wool and cotton, known as a “Lindsey Woolsey” Coverlet featuring a central floral medallion surrounded with various patterns including pheasants and urns of leaves/fruit with a double floral border.
F600 Doris Stauble still life arrangement in an antique wooden basket. Measurements: 10" tall x 11” diameter. Small break to handle of basket, but does not go all the way through the handle. Artist: Doris Stauble (1917-2007) was an Antiques Dealer in Wiscasset, Maine
*SOLD** F572 Early 19th century Pennsylvania country Hepplewhite slant front desk on frame. With a single dovetail drawer in base. With an outstanding interior Circa 1810-1820
F589 18th century Harness Makers Bench This workbench for leather was used by a harness maker or “saddler” for horses c.1750.
F582 Pennsylvania 19th Century one door storage Cupboard. Original red paint, plank door, interior shelves, cut-out feet. from a private collection Lancaster, PA.
F588 Early 19th century Pennsylvania corner cupboard. With a single door having two raised panels and an inlay escussion. The door full mortised and pinned. The door also retains its original hardware and brass hinges. With a very fine step molding and dental molding at the top. With two shaped shelves inside. Retaining it’s original pumpkin and black paint . Circa 1800 -1820
F592 Late 19th centuryPA. Cutting Board, with loly pop top with petal rosette, hex design
**SOLD** F579 19th Century Lancaster County Wall Box with Original Painted Decoration. Graduated and shaped cut out back with shelf and lower tray. Blue ground with yellow highlights, Maltese cross, dot and acorn decoration
**SOLD** F601 10 VINTAGE STONE FRUITS : in the group is -3 plums , 3 fig ,1 large orange 2 peaches I pomegranate These are nice condition early pieces-
F584 19th Lebanon County, PA Red-Painted Softwood Herb Drying Table, pegged construction with the original zinc lined top, shaped cut-out tapered legs.
L215 Early 19th century Dough Box in the original dry red paint, this Dough Box is 5 board construction, dovetailed jointed,
F597 Early 19th century Eastern Shore Maryland Candle Stand , the legs are mortised and pinned, the wood is yellow pine , one board top square head nail construction
F593 Late 19th century home made very unique southern foot stool,
F594 The distinctive carving of the head and Roman Nose bill make this high head decoy stand out from most Upper Bay decoys. Early second coat of working paint with gunning wear down to wood
F363 Bob McGaw canvasback Hen, branded W.L.P. second coat of working paint , with the original dog bone weight
**SOLD** F571 A rare southern side board sugar table from the early 19th century in early red wash. These tables were used like sugar chests to store sugar on the large southern plantations. It keeps the sugar clean and the insects out while also keeping it under lock and key due to the high cost. There were a few sugar tables made in North Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia. The use of mixed woods of white pine, heart pine, and cherry and the style of leg says this particular one was made in the Shenandoah valley VA.
**SOLD**F424 19th century twelve drawer apothecary seed Chest in old Windsor green paint , the drawers are graduating , with the original wooden knobs, the drawer dividers are mortised into the case, one board square head nail construction
**SOLD** F575 19th century beautiful Butter Churn in outstanding condition, with the original blue paint,This wooden butter churn is the 'typical plunger-type butter churn .
Late 18th century pine Blanket Chest from Pennsylvania with original crab lick and beautiful strap hinges. In its original salmon paint with a large mariners compass done in black and white on center of lid. The other two top panels are well worn. The front is decorated with three blue painted tombstone panels. The front two outer panels have a red and black mariners compass on top and all three have double yellow stem with red tulips in black urns. All three front panels also have a black trim. The base of the chest is also trimmed in black while the top molding is held in place with wooded pegs and decorated in black and white paint. The case is all dovetail construction held together with wooden pegs. Jonestown PA. Circa 1780-1785.
**SOLD** F570 Early Pennsylvania Carrier in original grey paint, with a high arched tombstone shaped center with a cut out handle. The Carrier is wire head nailed case
F565 American, 20th Century Folk Art Bird Tree, with eightbeautiful polychrome painted and hand carved wooden Blue Birds resting on a steamed and bent branchs in a colorful base
F563 Late 19th century Tobacco Box in original pumpkin and black paint. Hand carved front with original label inside.
F577 Late 19th century to early 20th century country store wooden barrel. Made of ash wood with the original metal bands for reinforcement in early green paint. Circa 1890s to 1920s.
**SOLD** F530 Early 19th century tall pine wood box from Lancaster county PA. In its original beautiful dry red paint. Made with shaped sides and shelf on top in all square head nail construction. Circa 1820s- 1840s.
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** RM1213 Fabulous New England Tall Wooden Wall Box/Candle Box in Blue Paint. small wire nail construction, scrub/candle box.
F576 19th century Pennslyvania diminutive Blanket Chest, old blue paint, dovetailed case, with applied bracket base, one board white pine square head naild construction, circa 1850 Measurements are: 13 3/4" long x 7 1/4" deep x 8" tall
**SOLD** F538 Rare Early 19th century ten drawer Apothecary Chest circa (1810-1820) in beautiful blue paint , found in Lancaster County Pennsylvania . It has a dovetailed case as well as dovetail drawers. with a middle divider board between the drawers is mortised into the top and through the bottom . It is resting on two applied front feet. The surface is early blue over the original blue paint
F533 PENNY RUG. late 19th century American Pennsylvania penny rug. Six sides of circular medallions stitched together in colors of red black and mustad green. All edged in i-circles. The rug has been professionly mounted on fram and ready to hang
**SOLD**F532 Mid 19th century Southern hanging Wall Box , in its original dry black surface, with a very unusual lift lid, and a beautiful shaped back, nail construction with square head nails and round head nails, the wood is pine
Mid 19th century PA single door storage cupboard. Door is one single board wide with nice cut out at base. It has half inch beaded molding on both sides of door and outer front corners. It has all square head nail construction. In early red and teal paint over the original red. Ca 1840-1850.
RM1212 Beautiful Double Tombstone Hanging Wall Box In Green Paint. New England, late 19th century Made of poplar Wood, iron brad construction Having double scroll cut tombstone back In worn old light green paint over original green Original have No cracks or repairs
**SOLD**F531 Early 19th century Pennslyvania Milking Stool in the original robin egg blue paint, three legs mortis through a sold round thick top, showing great wear,
F526 19th century New England Pantry Box, the wood is Maple & pine, circa 1850 . in its original uncllean dry original windsor green paint wonderful patina , Opposing fingered body & lid, tacked & wood pegged construction.
**SOLD** F518 Early 19th century Pennsylvania two door storage cupboard. In all original square head nail construction with the original hardware. Each door is made of two boards resting on two batons inside. Beautiful yellow paint Circa 1840.
F536 Early 19th century Shenandoah Valley Virginia Hepplewhite splay leg side table, circa 1840 with wonderful folk art decorated paint , gray back ground with black dots on the top , with striped leg.
**SOLD** F534 18th century New England hanging Wall Shelf, retaining a thin red wash, circa 1760 the bottom two shelves have a plate grove, each shelf has a nice molded front. Rose head nail and tee nail
F560 Rare early 19th century reverse painting of bridge over water landscape over top of looking glass. It features outstanding early glass. In an all original three color red, black, and yellow frame Circa 1820s.
F535 18th. century, very nice American Windsor stool. Circa 1760-1780. original yellow paint,this little stool shows great patina and wear. It has slab top, splayed legs and the best painted surface. The stool
**SOLD** F539 This is an hand crank ice cream freezer called a White Mountain Junior, , this size is a salesman's sample, this is a small version of the full size freezers made by the White Mountain Freezer company. This miniature is completely functional as an ice cream freezer,
F520 Mid 19th century striking original blue painted, twelve drawer upright Apothecary Chest , very unusual with stacking drawer lay out. Each drawer has a cha edge and is square head nail construction. One board white pine constructed case
F526 Early 19th century Pennsylvania sawbuck table, having a two-board pine top and a base in beautiful robin egg blue paint. circa 1820 With the apple tray below. The top has a wonderful patina and traces of the original blue paint still remain on the top, and is in very good condition ,It also has an excellent overhang
F517 Early 19th century Birdcage Windsor highchair, ca. 1820, with bamboo turnings. In old surface well worn
F515 Early 20th century Patriotic Painted pine silhouette of Uncle Sam, retaining it's original surface , Antique Folk Art Uncle Sam figure, circa 1920,in it's original paint a carved and painted silhouette of Uncle Sam cut from one board, with attached arms retaining its original attached iron base, for standing
F396 Late 19th century Pennsylvania Wooden Restaurant Trade Sign, for "Heiskell's Lunch Room and ice Cream Parlor" the sign is two sided, with applied molding and painted on a single board square head nail construction
RM1211 Early 19th Century Primitive Tin Whale Oil Lamp , simple cone shaped with three burners.
**SOLD** F521 18th century milking stool, Dating from around the late 18th century to early 19th century, it has its original blue paint and is beautiful design with a shaped lip around the seat edge and scooped out seat
RM1210 Early J H Hopkins & Son, Birmingham England Tinware Candle Holder Circa 1850 19th Century,
**SOLD** F516 Early 19th century Southern Hooded Stepback, In early blue over the original red paint. This is a rare form, with a over exaggerated hood at the top, upper portion of the cupboard has three shelves that are mortised into the sides. Circa 1820
F503 18th century Hanover, Pennslyvania hanging Corner Cupboard, with the original nutmeg paint, with a two panel full mortised door, with tall applied molding, the wood is white pine, the back boards are held in place with rose head nails
F48619th century New England finger lap Pantry Box Circa 1850-1880: This lovely round bentwood pantry box with original Windsor green paint, likely Hingham, Massachusetts
F465 Early 19th century Lancaster County Pennsylvania, mortised stool, in old red paint, high arched cut out sides, with splayed legs
**SOLD**M1209 19th century small New England blue painted wooden Firkin, the sides and top are surrounded by a simple overlapping bent wood bands, secured by small copper tacks. The dry indigo blue paint is dry and unclean wonderful surface.
F487 Folk Art Pennsylvania hand carved Bird Tree dated 1985 and signed DH with seven birds, mounted on a round base, The Folk Art carver is Daniel Stawser, from Pennslyvania
F505 19th century Pennslyvania Wash Bench, old oyster white paint, this bench is double mortised the feet are beautifully scalloped and affixed to the top by way of a two mortise. diagonal braces are dovetailed on the back side and also nailed. Circa 1850
F512 Early 20th Century Wooden Trade Sign ADAMS ADVERTISING , INC White lettering on black background, painted on a single board. hooks for hanging
F485 Robin egg blue Pantry Box, mid 19th C, New England. Opposing fingered body & lid, tacked & wood pegged construction. Dry, original blue never painted over original surface patina.
F511Pennslyvania 19th century One-Gallon Stoneware Jug with Cobalt Floral Decoration, Stamped "H.B. PFALTZGRAFF / YORK, PA", circa 1870-1889, decorated with a brushed tulip motif.
F510 Butt Basket/ egg basket fine Virginia rid -type woven splint basket from the mid to late 19th century has great form and wonderful patina. Oak Splint construction in good condition
F389 New England diminutive Blanket Chest made in 1803 With family providence , in the original blue paint. Iron heart handles Circa 18o3
**SOLD** F509 Outstanding carved large Swan by Robert Moreland from Shenandoah Valley Virginia, This Swan is carved with beautiful wing and back. and feet. The head is turned to the left, the body is hollow out which kept the Swan from spitting
**SOLD** F493 Early 19th century New England Red-painted Tavern Table , with overhanging two board top with breadboard ends above a base of four turned splayed legs, The red paint is original to the Table, showing great wear, the base of the is tiger maple and top is white pine circa 1800- 1820
F464 19th century Pennslyvania Wash Bench, with beautiful dry blue paint, this bench is double mortised the feet are beautifully shaped and affixed to the top by way of a double mortise. the skirt is attached with cut nails .Circa 1850
F499 Early 19th century small table top Dough Box, original mustard decorated paint the wood is pine, the dough box has slanted sides and removable lid, with applied handles to top of lid , the case is dovetailed, with an applied bottom which is one board, nice and clean interior
RM1208 Great New England oil painting on canvas-signed on front by ‘LYNOTT’ and noted on back that it was “Painted by “Guillum Lynott -1951-“ The serene snow scene depicts a lovely home with several additions, a fence lined driveway and snow covered trees by an ice covered pond.
F492 GRADUATED STACK OF FIVE PANTRY BOXES in beautiful windsor green paint . American, 19th Century, Round bentwood with tacked joints, All boxes fit into the next larger on, so that all 5 fit nicely into largest box.
**SOLD** F500 LOT OF 7 VINTAGE MINIATURE STONE FRUITS Fruits are : miniatures - 2 bananas, 1 fig ,1 orange 1 apple 1 pear 1 plum These are nice condition early pieces-
F420 Early 19th century North Carolina Child's Chair , with the original green paint, and original woven seat, the wood is hickroy
**SOLD** F481 Beautiful Painted pine Noah's Ark pull toy, circa . 1900, stamped Old Mens Toy Shop, Trademark, with eight animals, and one person, with lift lid to store animales inside. The wooden animales are oversize hand painted the colors are wonderful with chrome yellow and red top with hand painted animeral on side
F476 Late 19th century oil on canvas still life of fruit painting.signed by Artist W. Tudor The painting is in excellent vintage condition. Artist signature lower right corner. In it's original giltwood frame.
F498 19th Century iron banded peck in the original robin egg blue paint, and half peck wooden
**SOLD** F494 Pennsylvania signed Hand Carved by M.K. Scheel Bird Tree 14 carved and polychrome painted Cardinal birds on bent sassafras branch , mounted in a painted and decorated base.
RM1207 19th Century Pennsylvania gathering basket retaining it's wonderful original dry blue paint ,has a small break in bottom that doesn’t take away from this unusual form of basket C
F482 Graphic late 19th century handmade folk art schoolhouse design quilt . It is machine pieced and hand quilted,. The quilt measures 76" x 58"
F499 Late 19th century hanging Wall Shelf, with tomb stone top, in original green paint, with shaped sides, late wire nail construction, found in private collection in Pennsylvania.
F496 Late 19th century Boat Rudder, in the original blue paint, a great wall hanger,
**SOLD** F468 Beautiful 19th century Lancaster County Pennsylvania original yellow painted Drysink, with a red well. Single drawer over two panel doors, very clean interior, one board square head nail construction. No restoration or repairs.
F148 Shaker gathering Basket has a gorgeous green painted surface . The Basket is hand woven with thick oak wooden slates 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 tack .
**SOLD** F479 Early 20th century Chicken Feed wooden trade sign painted on board, all original, with great colors, of green white and black
F477 Mid 19th century small Pitcher with Cobalt Floral Decoration, Baltimore, MD origin, ovoid pitcher with flared base and tooled collar.
F456 19th century dry red painted Covered Wooden Firkin, tongue and groove softwood staved sides, tapered lap joint wood bands,held in place with copper tacks with bent wood handle with wood peg attachments
F480 Stoneware storage jar, attributed to Baltimore, Maryland. The unique freehand painted chain decoration runs fully around the crock,. excellent condition,
F475 Mid 19th century Pennsylvania four drawer Apothecary Chest, in the original red paint, one board poplar wood, square head nail construction. Very clean interior, perfect size for the counter top. Circa 1850.
**SOLD** F409 19th Century Lancaster County Pennsylvania Softwood Miniature Blanket Chest. Original white paint, molded hinged lid, dovetailed case, and high turned
F483 Early Canvasback decoy in original paint by R. Madison Mitchell, signed and daed 1948
F473 R. Madison Mitchell, (1901 - 1993). A fine carved Goose decoy by a premier American decoy carver, R. Madison Mitchell. inscribed R. Madison Mitchell 1958 on the underside. Image Properties
F457 19th century Maryland demilune table in old blue over the original gray. This half round table from Maryland, circa 1880s, features a semi-circular top over a plain, triangular-shaped apron. This table is raised upon three squared legs which gently taper towards their feet.
RM1205 Wonderful Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Federal mirror with reverse painting of a Home with a Widow’s Watch, tree and water. Beautifully painted frame with bittersweet red painted crown molding and fluted pillar columns along the sides, with yellow grain paint decorated accents.
D85 19th century New England Cobblers Bench This unique, Cobbler’s Bench features a vertical storage cabinet on the left with four small drawers total and four storage slots along the bottom, which rests on a short, rectangular side table with two drawers in the front and a small chair attached to the right side
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.
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.
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.
**SOLD**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
**SOld** 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**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
F450 Small 19th century New England green painted wooden Firkin, the sides are surrounded by simple metal bands, secured by small copper tacks.
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.
**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.
**SOLD** 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.
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.
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
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
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** 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.
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
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
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
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
**SOLD** 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.
F310 Blue Bill Drake decoy signed A. Zook, Havre De Grace Maryland circa 1970's
F309 Madison Mitchell Bluebill Decoy dated 1964, working repaint
**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.