G426 18th century Lancaster Pennsylvania pine apothecary stepback cupboard, circa 1790, with apothecary base, retaining its original red wash surface, open shelves overr fifteen dovetailed drawers resting on a high applied base with a drop apron in the front
G465 BANDBOX. American, late 18th-early 19th century. Cardboard covered with floral blue wallpaper. Interior lined with newspaper including and add for Portland Maine 1844.
F208 Early 19th century Blue painted smoke decorated Storage Box the case is dovetailed case. circa 1825 Soot was one of the earliest materials used . In the late 18th century and well into the 19th century smoke painting was a decorative technique used on furniture.
G473 This is the beautiful BING MINIATURE TOY sewing machine made in Bavaria and has gold stamping on the end of the base indicating their trademark “ Int. reg. TRADEMARK BAVARIA, D.R.G.M. USA Patent Appl. ” The interesting drive mechanism is chain driven with a chrome spoked hand wheel with a retractable handle. Montgomery Ward’s 1925-26 catalog featured this BING machine in their toy section with an ad stating, “ This is not a toy, but a machine for travelers.” Sears 1926 catalog
G468 ANTIQUE E. MURDOCK & CO. WINCHENDON, MASS. SMALL WOODEN BUCKET WITH LID & HANDLE This is a hard-to-find antique small wooden bucket with brass bands and lid with handle. It is marked on the bottom by the maker, E. Murdock & Co. out of Winchendon, Massachusetts. Bucket probably dates to the late 1800s
G471 late 19th or early 20th century, Oak splint Buttocks Basket, In beautiful old natural patina. Buttocks Baskets are sometimes said to be for gathering eggs because the eggs will settle on either side of the middle thereby distributing the weight more evenly and reducing the chance of breakage,
G470 Miniature Woven Splint Gathering Basket,Beautiful Miniature Splint Egg Gathering Basket is from Applachia and judging from the wide splint handle it is made of White Oak.
G475 Gar Wood trade sign found in Maine, painted on board with applied molding, the colors are mustard molding with green and dark red letters on a white background
G474 Canada Goose working decoy in old working repaint carver unknown, circa 1950's
G469 Upper Bay oversized canvasback duck decoy, in original paint, carver unknow
G456 South Carolina Huntboard,in early blue paint over the original red, with a applied backsplash, attached tp a one board rectangle top above two large drawers with wooden knobs, paneled ends, the case is resting on tall tapered hepperwhite legs. The wood is poplar and yellow pine, circa 1840
G459 Wonderful 18th century old tin reflector oven. Lift up door with latch, comes complete with coffee roaster and two skewers.
*SOLD* G460 Late 19th century Egg carrier with the original blue paint and black stenciled advertising.for TOPSY Granulated Smoking Tobacco The Wellman $ Dwire Tobacco Co. Quincy Ill .
G437 18th century New England Queen Anne painted pine tea table, circa 1720- 1750 retaining an earl blue painted surface, one wide de board top with bread board en
*SOLD* G461 Early 19th century Pennsylvania Wood Barn Louver, Architectural Louver, circa 1820 white painted case with red heart louvers,
*SOLD* G458 18th century Pennslyvania iron Snow Flake, very unusual to fine one in the shap of a snow flake, beautiful workmanship, -shaped anchor plates that was used for structural reinforcement, particularly on masonry buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries.
G457 19th century Pennslyvania high back dry sink open well,top with a shelf with shaped sides, above two panel doors, which are flanked by small dovetailed drawers.The wood is Walnut and poplar secondary woods Circa 1820 - 1840
*SOLD* G460 late 19th century Coffee Bin 100 lbs of Pan Handle coffer Wheelington West Virginia.. Great early wooden country store coffee bin advertising Pan Handle Coffee , w/ hinged slant front lid at top. Impressive looking piece, w/ nice surface patina to its white hand painted letterers on blue painted surface,
Z525 19th century Pennsllvian Country Hepplewhite Stand with original slate gray paint
*SOLD* G462 19th Century wooden peg rack in the original light blue paint featuring 11 wooden pegs and a beaded edge along the top and bottom of the board
G448 19th century Floyd County Virginia, Pie Safe,with early imerial green paint over the original red, Two doors that is mortised, with six hand punched tins, the pattern of the tins is a large six peddle flower, inside of a punched boarder. Two dovetailed drawers, one board ends, natural patina on the inside. circa 184
G438 Early 19th century New England Unusual burl elm and maple candle stand, with a deep revers Bee Hive turned pedestal, the top is adjustable, for different highest, lock in place with a pin. with ring turned standard,
**SOLD* G453 Shenandoah Valley of Virginia Rockingham Co painted splint Basket, white oak, circular form with X wrapped rim, Kicked in bottom, and arched handle. Retaining and oldsalmon painted surface, Probable made by one of the Nichols Family of basket makers Page Co. Virginia
*SOLD* G431 Early 19th century Pennsylvania twelve drawer painted pine spice cabinet, retaining its original ochre grained surface with labeled drawers, with Cloves, ginger,allspice,nutmegs,sage and many more, the drawers are dovetailed, and the drawer dividers are mortised,
G452 19th century 8" tall stoneware canning jar, from Western PA. It has five cobalt blue stripes that were laid on by a heavy thumb painting .GREAT BLUE COBALT DECORATED STRIPER WAX SEALER STONEWARE CANNING JAR
Folk Art wooden biplane with traces of old gray. The plane's body, The propeller, wings and wheels all carved from sections of wood. The tail fin original sheet tin with traces of original red star. Early 20th century. very good original untouched condition Complete with stand for displaying .
G424 19th century New England small size original dry green painted Pantry Box, unclean surface.
G423 19th century small size original okra painted Pantry Box from New England .Great form and surface .
G422 19th century painted Pantry Box with wonderful original red paint with very unusual. Thick constructions, with over lapping bentwood sides
G444 Late 1950's Charlie Bryan- Middle River,Md. Goose, original paint good condition,Charlie Bryan Canada Goose Decoy. Charlie Bryan of Middle River, MD made some of the finest decoys in the region.
*SOLD* G451 Early 20th century Wooden Country Store Broom Holder display rack in the original yellow paint, with metal signs on either side advertising for Hauswalt's Bread Co. Baltimore Maryland. Holds six brooms. double sided broom rack, normally displayed in country and hardware stores.
G453 Late 19th century large Kerosene Bucket in the original bittersweet red paint with black lettern, It carries two patent dates on the top, the later of which is 1880. The container was made by Impervious Package Company of Keene NH, . There is a screw lid on the top for filling the can and a spigot for dispensing the oil or kerosene.
G446 Canvasback Decoy carved by Bob Matthew Havre de grave Decoy made in Madison Mitchell shop
G447 Canvasback Decoy carved by Bob Matthew Havre de grave Decoy made in Madison Mitchell shop 1950's
*SOLD*G443 19th Century Shenandoah Valley, Virginia twelve window lite flat wall cupboard in the original dry red paint. Applied bracket base with a double drop design. Applied, very unusual, wide waist molding and top molding. Clean interior with wonderful patina that is indicative of age. Circa 1870.
*SOLD* G385 Rig of 5 black belly vintage shorebird decoys found in Maryland carver unknown circa 1940's in original paint mounted on stands for displaying
*SOLD*G409 A great piece of Americana, wooden Folk Art hand carved Pig, with a rope tail, circa 1940's, carver unknown, found on the Eastern Shore of Maryland
G296 Hooked rug featuring three very primitive cats on a black background. Maker creatively incorporated a cat sitting with its back/tail to the viewer, in between two standing, side view cats. There are mixed fabrics used, predominantly cotton and wool, hooked on burlap. Mounted and ready to hang! Circa 1870 - 1880’s.
*SOLD* G420 19th century New England three finger lap joint Pantry Box in original blue paint Circa 1850: wonderful, thick, heavy constructed pantry box with multiple fingered lap joint construction that boasts a great original dry, surface
*SOLD* G421 Mid 19th century round pantry or storage box in nice old and original pumpkin paint. Untouched and uncleaned finish with original wrought iron nails on the side seams of both the box and lid. Very desirable and unusual color on this,box heavy construction, from a private Pa. collection
G435 Exceptional 19th century country hepplewhite drop leaf Table, retaining its original blue painted surface, circa 1820 , one board construction, with fine Hepplewhite tapered legs,
*SOLD* RM880 RARE 19TH CENTURY PATRIOTIC PAINTED FLAG SHIELD SIGNED ON BACK H.W. BAKER HARRISBURG PENNSYLVANIA CIRCA 1876
G297 Hand hooked rug depicting two fighting Roosters. Maker created dominant eyes, detailed combs, a few standing/loose feathers and pointed feet on each bird.
G440 Gorgeous 18th century Pennsylvania high back settle bench with a curved barrel back, in the original mustard paint, carved lollipop arm rests ,the set and the bench is very sturdy construction; ca. 1800, hook shaped
G410 Late 19th century Carrier, with the original blue paint, divided into three section with a nice high cut out handle, nail construction, circa 1890-1900
*SOLD*xG413 Late 19th Century Bucket with beautiful yellow paint, # 20 Mince Meat Yellow Wood Bucket With iron hoops, wire bail, ,tongue and groove softwood staved sides, tapered lap joint turned handle. original yellow paint
G417 19th century treenware turned wooden bowl out of round with old green paint and a wide rim, wonderfu exterior, natural patina on the inside that comes from years of use.
G442 Mid 19th century center county Pennsylvania four door Corner Cupboard, with original red paint with mustard pin stripping around the corners of the panel in the door. , with old natural patina interior. High cut out base, two large panel doors over two panel doors below, mortise and pegged construction, with applied molding around the top of the cupboard. circa 1840
G408 Extremely rare and beautiful circa 1910's Schoenhut 'Humpty Dumpty Circus' Wooden Clown Doll set. This amazing, original collection features a dressed clown doll and elephant complete with drum.The 'Humpty Dumpty Circus' was created by Schoenhut & Sons Ltd, Philadelphia, USA in 1903
*SOLD* G411 FOLK ART MECHANICAL CAROUSEL painted wood This outstanding Folk Art Carousel Hand crank activated, in 6 colors original paint
G407 Pair of 19th Century French Cast Iron Planters or Urns small size cast iron garden Urns, circa 1880, the highly detailed and shaped rim leading to fluted body raised on waisted stem, on square plinth base. Image Properties
*SOLD *G200 18th century Period Country Chippendale Chest Wicomico Co Maryland circa 1780 Dovetailed case of two over three dovetailed drawers raised on a sophisticated molded bracket base early red over original red; full height, rose head nailed construction, excellent condition. Signed on back by maker Wade James
D513 Eastern Shore Maryland gathering basket with white and soldier blue paint. Overall height of the basket is 19" to top of the handle. Woven part of the basket is gracefully tapered from 9 3/5" to 11" tall where the handle is attached. Handle
D539 Vintage wooden snare drum with stretched calfskin top and bottom. The drum retains its original painted dark blue and yellow surfaces, along with a number “6” painted along the top wooden band. Metal tension rods and snare bands along bottom. Drum is sturdy, calfskin does not have any tears, “peep hole” reveals a few screws /washers loose inside; however no visible maker’s marks or label. See photos for additional details. Great decorative piece! Circa 1880 - 1900.
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.
G405 19th century Pennsylvania Hanging Cupboard in the original dry red paint, circa 1850 two planks doors with applied molding, the interior has two shelves which are mortised into the sides, two wide walnut back board held in pace with square head nails
D382 Late 19th century wooden slat gathering basket, with beautiful blue dry paint , wooden band tacked around outside and inside of the top to hold slates in place,
*SOLD* G298 Wonderful, tightly hand-hooked rug depicting a single Sheep on a dark blue background with a 2 3/4” border of red, grey, green and mustard/yellow stripes to create a visually pleasing look.
G406 American, probably New England, ca. early 19th century , showing strong evidence of slow lathe turning. Under base shows expected and desired wear to the dry original gray paint is the first coat and the original coat
RM1282 very impressive hand carved decorative wooden Paper Mache mold of heart. All crafted by hand to bring you an outstanding piece of artwork. This mold was used as a pattern to make Paper Mache Christmas, Easter and Halloween and valentine
*SOLD* G238 Hand hooked rug depicting three large hens with extremely oversized feet. Upon close up viewing, the maker’s use of various patterned fabrics creates the appearance of textured detailing within the chickens (feathers/wings), and also within the three leaves incorporated along the top. A border consisting of varied colored stripes and a solid black section
G364 Early canvasback drake decoy duck carved by James "Jim" Alexander Currier (1886-1971). Original paint in very good condition. Currier lived and carved in Havre de Grace, Maryland. He is a well known and respected carver. This canvasback drake decoy was probably carved around 1930.
*SOLD* RM 1286 19th Century Pennsylvania hanging wall box retaining its original robin-egg-blue paint. High shaped back with hole for hanging, and a canted front. Square head nail construction. The name “J. MIELKE”
G396 Early 19th century Lancaster County original red painted single door Cupboard, Circa 1825, in the original red paint. A few of the wonderful details on this cupboard include a wide, four-panel door. with a dovetailed case, tall raised turned feet, chamfered edges on front corners,
G402 Fantastic Delaware Valley 18th Century, arched slat back side chair in early old surface with old woven rush-type seat. Chair retains nicely turned finials on top, as well as its original ball feet and boasts bold ball turnings on the front rung. Circa 1750 - 1790.
G225 19th Century Pennsylvania Hepplewhite tray top Stand in beautiful original dry blue paint. One board top, with applied molding, held in place with square head nails. Circa 1820s.
*SOLD* G404 Early 20th century food stand menu sign from the Board Walk Ocean City, Maryland featuring 7 individual boards
G398 Late 19th Century Pennsylvania Yellow painted wooden storage barrel with staved sides, and barrel with metal straps, plugged keg hole, possibly oak - secured by six horizontal iron bands.
G403 Early 20th century Hooked rug featuring two large chickens on a variegated striped background with a nice black border. The initials “R” and “L” are incorporated into opposite lower corners of the rug. Wool on burlap.
*SOLD* G222 Blue painted stool with boot jack cut out feet. The legs are mortised through the top. Double sided apron has tapered ends with rounding to smooth the edges of apron ends, ends of the top, and inside the boot jack cut out.
G393 Quaint small sized berry gathering basket in old lipstick red paint. The 5” square base gradually tapers to an 8 1/2” wide circular opening. Single wrapped rim with tightly woven sides.
G397 19th century Hanging tin wall Sconce with wonderful shell-shaped, crimped top. American, Circa 1810 - 1820.
G388 Early 20th century wooden tossing game. The face of a Clown lithographed on the wood panel with hole in his mouth. Try to throw a ball in his mouth to determine your score
*SOLD* G386 19th century Virginia original blue painted Wall Box / Pipe Box, with hand hewn high arched back and hole for hanging. Canted front. Wire nail construction. Circa 1870 - 1890.
RM1281 Early 1940's canvasback drake decoy carved by Madison Mitchell of Havre De Grace, MD. Decoy is all original, including staple and ring - and the single nail weight. This was a working decoy and has evidence of being shot / hunted over.
G399 Early Canvasback Drake carved by William Heverin 1860-1951, Charlestown, Md. was repainted later by one of the carver in Charlestown, in the angle wing pattern on back. Repainted in the early 20th century, the Decoy dates to 1890-1920, it is weighted with one of Bob McGraw wts.
A464 19th century original red 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 red also
F205 19th century New England signed Pantry box - thick steamed and bent walls with tiny square nails and tack construction in a light blue paint.
G401 Mid 19th century, small Sugar Bucket with the original beautiful dry tomato red paint. This is a very unusual small size, lidded wooden sugar Bucket with black painted metal bands. Brass seated porcelain knob on lid. Great condition, very sturdy. Wire bail handle, tongue and groove softwood staved sides.
G400 Very rare and early Field Goose from the 1950's in the original paint , attribute to Severn Hall 1909 - 1995 North East Maryland maker unknown
G363 Early Madison Mitchell Black Duck signed and dated 1954, all original paint with single nail weight.
G4 19th century Lancaster County Pennsylvania original blue painted hanging salt box, high ached back, canted lid, dovetailed case, circa 1820
*SOLD* G315 19th Century wooden peg rack in the original light blue paint featuring five wooden pegs and a beaded edge along the top and bottom of the board. Wear and patina indicative of use, with the most wear being visible on the far left peg.
G342 Gorgeous 19th Century Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Chimney Cupboard with the original dry red paint. The workmanship in this cupboard is phenomenal! The case is dovetailed on both top and bottom, with an applied double-beaded cove molding around the top. It rests on typical Lancaster county style turned feet. Circa 1820
*SOLD* G369 19th Century black painted continuous arm Windsor Chair. Very sturdy with nine spindle back, curved arms, shaped seat and bamboo style turnings with H stretcher base. Circa 1810.
G374 19th Century lidded dough box in original mustard paint. Dovetailed and square head nail construction with lipped lid that retains two original grasp battens
G378 Stunning 19th century Lancaster Pennsylvania, single batten door Pantry, with the best blue painted surface "Ever." The interior is very clean, simple small cut out foot. Circa 1870
G379 Wooden Crow decoy hand-carved by Rick Fish of Snow Hill, Maryland. Nicely mounted on base for display. Solid wood body with glass eyes, carved details on beak/nostril area, and carver’s initials inscribed on underside of tail.
*SOLD* G377 Painted wooden lidded storage bucket in wonderful old pumpkin orange paint over the original blue paint. Circa 1860 - 1880. Tongue and groove constructed staves with steamed and bent wooden cross-braided finger lap bands secured with tacks..
RM1280 19th century wooden bowl with original dry red paint. Bowl is slightly out of round with a broad top rim that gently tapers and shows prominent evidence of slow lathe turnings. Early age crack as pictured.
G372 Pair of treenware spice / trinket boxes attributed to the Lancaster-Lebanon County region of Pennsylvania. Both turned wood boxes have tightly seated, slightly domed lids with tiny porcelain knob buttons, red sponge paint accents and are in overall good condition with dark patina and wear from use. Both boxes have a narrow rim foot. (NOTE: The lid on larger box is cracked/glued.)
G365 Carroll "Wally" Algard (1883-1959), Charlestown, Maryland canvasback from the first quarter of the last century with under-cut bill carving, slight neck shelf, old gunning paint , exaggerated sway back that flows to a sharp chime and a low-slung semi paddle tail, weight and hardware attached.
G362 Early black duck by R. Madison Mitchell (1901 - 1993) of Havre de Grace, Maryland. Circa 1940’s. Working decoy, all original. Two single-nail weight on bottom.
G144 Early Canvasback decoy from Havre de Grace, Maryland in old working paint. Carver unknown. Tack eyes. Primitive, extremely early repair by tail. Original single nailed lead weight remains intact on bottom.
*SOLD* D508 Early Canvasback Drake by Jim Holly from Have de Grace Maryland in old working repaint over the original paint. High head circa 1900.
G291 Southern 19th century Cumberland County North Carolina open top Pewter Cupboard with original blue paint, . circa 1850-1870 Open top with with plate rail over a single baton door with high cut out feet , nice and clean interior
G293 18th Century Pennsylvania original painted Candlestand, With circular top and columnar support with Lambs-tongue corners,Crossed Shoe Feet, X-Form Base Lighting Stand Date/Period: Circa 1725
*SOLD* G341 Late 18th century Lancaster Country , original green painted surface, six drawers Apothecary Chet, the drawer divider are mortised into the case with a simple applied molding around the case. The drawers are tee nial construction with a simple scratch bead around the front. Circa 1790 - 1820
Y301 Early 19th century Pennsylvania Apothecary Chest wonderful sizes and drawer layout, with graduate drawers. old true mustard paint over the original red. Square head nails construction, the dividers for the drawers are mortised through the top. circa 1820 - 1840
*SOLD* G259 Early 19th century Phenomenal tall case clock attributed to “Ira Twiss,” of Connecticut. featuring fantastic paint decoration with pinstripe details and hand painted dial. wooden movemets, Professionally serviced and in working condition.
*SOLD* G360 Wonderful late 19th Century Red and White Plaid Homespun featherbed (duvet) cover. The panels of narrow loomed heavyweight linen/cotton mix homespun fabric are all hand stitched together to form a large pocket
iG325 19th century Long peg rack in original mustard paint with six turned pegs, the back board is one wide board with beading at the top and bottom
G207 19th century Wool and cotton on burlap c. 1870-1890 Depicting two white cats against an abstract ground with small rectangles as a border
*SOLD* G356 19th century tin t double candle sconce with crimped arch top.
G348 Upper Bay canada goose decoy from the work shop of Madison Mitchell carver unknown
*SOLD* RM1279 Two fantastic Pennsylvania antique pierced tin cheese molds in the smaller and deeper heart shapes. High quality with rolled and molded edges. Circa 1800’s.
*SOLD* G357 Pair of small Tin Candle Sconces, America, early 19th century, with tall panels with crimped edges on crests, and demilune dished single candleholder,
G348 Upper Bay canada goose decoy from the work shop of Madison Mitchell carver unknown
G349 Canvasback Decoy, carved by Capt. John Glenn, Rock Hall, Maryland, circa 1940’s.
G353 Exquisite Family sampler wrought by “Charlotte Smith, FEB 1829” This remarkable Sampler features two dates (1828 and 1829), bands with four full sets of repeating Alphabets, a band of numbers 1 - 20, as well as spot motifs that include multiple hearts, flowers, a very detailed cat, bowl of fruit, chickens, peacocks, trees, a crown.... and an astounding 46 sets of initials!
*SOLD* G354 Quaint Devotional Sampler identified as being wrought by “Elizabeth Sophia Page”. Featuring a Psalm/Hymn verse that is framed by wonderful Strawberry / Vine border with 35 individually stitched strawberries. The Sampler is linen and wool, and bears losses throughout that are indicative of age, which most likely dates to 1830 - 1850
G343 Early 19th century one piece open top Pennsylvania stepback Cupboard, Painted pine stepback cupboard, ca. 1800, retaining an old blue surface with red interior, open top over two plank door with high cut out feet, nice single bead around doors as well as the open top
E536 Hooked Rug with Birds under a Tree, America, against a black background The Birds are standing on green ground, beautiful shaped tree with red fruit ,
G314 Late 18th century New England tavern Table, this table features fine proportions, with a great dry mustard paint history, one board top, with tapered legs,mortised and pegged box stretcher
G315 19th century Peg rack with four decorative curved pegs in original light blue paint each peg is mortised into the back board and pegged in place
G338 19th century Antique Pennsylvania Blue Painted Rush Seat Stool. With bulbous turned splayed legs and stretchers base,
G329 Diminutive late 19th century Blanket Chest, in the original tomato red paint, the Chest is resting on small mortised feet , with it's original hardware nailed construction
G320 EARLY19th CENTURY HANGING PLATE RACK., the wood pine. hanging shelves with plate racks, Original blue paint
*SOLD* G326 19th century Hanging Cupboard in beautiful robin egg blue paint, circa 1870 a single panel door over two drawers, the drawers are nailed constriction , the interior has it's original mustard paint, with added molding across the top and down each side on the front
RM1277 Late 19th Century New England Double Tier Wall Box, retaining its old red over mustard paint. Wonderful form with tall shaped back with acorn top , wire head nailed construction circa 1870
G344 Late 19th century Pennsylvania two sided trade sign, Uniontown Hardware Supply Co. from a small town south of Pittsburg Pa this sign is two sided with one side in a a black and white paint and the front is blue and white, with applied molding
*SOLD* G317 19th century Sampler - Bissell Family Register, of linen and silk, created as personal family treasures became federal documents when pension claimants required to show proof of relationship to a Revolutionary War veteran submitted them to the U.S. government. This is the Family record of the Bissell Family starting 1804 and 1842,
G319 19th century original red painted hanging Cupboard, with two panel door with a divider interior one board construction with square head nails
G331 Kentucky Gun Co. trade sign,Second half of the 20th century, sign is made of painted wood, with faux rifle behind glass case, with gold and red lectern on black back ground
G334 Susquehana Flats Full size Canvasback Decoy branded arrow Co original wt and rigging
G347 William Boyd 1956 canvasback hen duck decoy
G279 19th century Pennsylvania hanging wall shelf, in the original dry white paint , the wood is white pine, the shelf has rounded corners, with molded edge Measurements are46 1/2" long x 5" tall x 8" deep
G306 18th or early 19th Century Portrait of a Quaker Woman Portrait on canvas of a Quaker Lady in a bonnet,,American School, an Interesting Portrait of a lady in a white bonnet
G321 19TH CENTURY EARLY SOUTHERN LADDERBACK ARM CHAIR in beautiful original blue paint , two slate back, the Chair has a replaced cane seat which is sturdy, professionally done. circa 1860
G339 Early 19th century , beautiful original blue painted frame . with a Silhouette of a young Boy IN PROFILE WITH FINE CUT DETAILS.AMERICAN, Circa 1820-1840
G302 New England small wooden Beehive painted Bowl, out of round , ca. late 18th to early 19th century. Bold form, with small rim tapering subtlely downward, showing strong evidence of slow lathe turning, and resting on raised foot. Under base shows expected and desired chisel marks where the block was removed after turning.
G305 19th century Civil War era Painting of Rebecca N. Campell 1861 signed on back of painting wearing a white bonnet and blue cape in a beautifully paint decorated wooden frame Watercolor
*SOLD* G274 Early 19th century Pennsylvania blue painted pin top Bench Table (Hutch Table) two board top, nice high cut out feet, all four original pins, storage compartment below, The top flods down to make a table which is full height
G308 Outstanding Melon Basket in dry beautiful original blue paint with the "Eye of the Wind God" on each side of the handle. Color is spectacular, really what you're looking for in a nice old basket like this. Great workmanship
*SOLD* G309 Outstanding But Basket in dry beautiful original persimmon paint The Color is spectacular, really what you're looking for in a nice old basket like this. Great workmanship from a 35 year collection
G303 Nice small size original painted wooden bowl in beautiful dry windsor green paint, out of round excellent condition from a private MD collection
*SOLD* RM1237 Shaker Sewing Box in wonderful original blue paint.
G304 19h century Pennslyvania Wooden bowl in dry robin egg blue paint over the original darker blue with a wide band around the top and a slightly raised foot
G327 18th century York County Pennsylvania Pin Top table with a wide one board top which is 29 1/2" ,circa 1780 , with the original dry gray painted base
G301 Handmade Sampler stitched by Anna Robinson - Age 11 years The sampler is worked in silk on linen ground, in cross stitch and Algerian eye. Alphabets A-Z in upper case and lower case and numbers 1-0
G300 18th century Sampler - Bacon Family Register of linen and silk, created as personal family treasures became federal documents when pension claimants required to show proof of relationship to a Revolutionary War veteran submitted them to the U.S. government. This is the Family record of the Bacon Family starting 1789 - 1800,
*SOLD* G316 Fantastic original blue painted Wall Shelf Attributed to the Shaker Community in Massachusetts
*SOLD* G322 late 19th century Eastern Shore Maryland original blue painted splay leg wash Bench, very unusual form, having splayed tapered legs, one oard top with shaped corners for working,
*SOLD* G311 Lae 19th century earrly 20th century finely hand-hooked running horse rug was found in Centre County, Pennsylvania. It has wonderful somber colors of black, red and tan with a braided boarder , the horse has a tack eye
*SOLD* G310 Early 19th century lathe turned wooden Bowl , dry white painted wooden bowl. Heavy with a slightly raised foot, lathe marks and a wide band around the top edge.no cracks or breaks,
Spectacular 19th Century “Lollipop” wall box in absolutely beautiful, original, dry red paint. Nicely tapered sides,
G295 Huge19th century James Haslett Shotgun, made circa 1803-1833 in Baltimore, Maryland. Haslett was born in 1773 in Ireland and apprenticed in the gunmaking business in Europe prior to moving to America in 1798 and settling in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He started out working in Robert McCormick’s arms factory before moving to Baltimore in June of 1803
G335 Ellotts brother rare semi high head canvasback Decoy in original paint, branded JMD on bottom, Ellot Bros Easton Md
G333 Taylor Boyd black Duck Decoy nice worn surface,Taylor Boyd, Perryville, Maryland, 1st quarter 20th century
G276 18th.century Slaw board. Pennsylvania slaw board in the original blue paint constructed with rose head nails having a lovely tomb stone shaped top and bottom
G282 19th century original blue painted Pennsylvania Dovetailed Box, nice and clean interior . original hardware
RM1276 Late 19th Century wonderfully detailed hand carved Black Forest Nutcracker in the form of a man in a nightcap. Exquisitely carved details include individual teeth on both top and bottom of his mouth,
*SOLD* G269 Early 19th century Shenandoah Valley Virginia Hunt Board, or Slab, circa 1820-1840 very unusual having five dovetailed drawers, and a high arched cut out in the center The primary wood is pine and poplar, The two board top is nailed onto the body. The tapered legs are jointed by mortise- and - tenon joints and are pegged.. all original
*SOLD* G280 19th century Fox and Hens gameboard features a finely crazed original five -color painted surface in maroon, blue, and red, gray , amplified by its green boarder and central red medallion
G272 Small-Sized Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Pitcher, Baltimore, MD origin, circa 1870, ovoid pitcher with rounded rim, decorated with a brushed cobalt design of double-stemmed clover plant.
*SOLD* G263 19th century Shenandoah Valley Virginia Server , circa 1840's in original red paint with an applied gallery , small center long drwers which is nailed with square head nails, fine tapered Hepplewhite legs,
*SOLD* G271 Late 19th century Egg carrier with the original yellow paint and black stenciled advertising. The following advertisements, “ Reliable Egg Carrier Brooder Co. Quincy Ill There is also a patent date Nov 16 1895 . Removable lid, The piece was made for a Country General Stor
*SOLD* G281 Late 19th century Pie Cooling rack in it's original blue paint, a baking cooling rack made of wood slats. Use for bread, pies and cakes.
G286 G286 Arthur Glazier painting on board of foaster and Hen ,Arthur Glazier is a world renowned artist from Pennsylvania. His work features traditional Folk Art Americana themed content.
*SOLD* G277 19th Century small green Painted New England Trencher. Spectacular Early Hand Hewed Trencher. It Has A Fantastic Original dry green Painted Exterior Surface.
G247 19th century Pennslyvania Peg Rack with nine wooden hand carved mortised wooden pegs, and five small metal hooks, the original mustard paint, the back board is 1 1/2 " thick, with and Ogee molded edge. circa 1800-1820
*SOLD* G290 Early John Glenn from Rockhall Maryland, Canada goose , 1st quarter 20th century. Branded "JFG". Used as a stick up ( Field Goose) .has raised up head slightly. 1920's
*SOLD* G284 19th century New England original dry oyster white painted large wooden bowl . It is out of round, Bold form, with tapering subtly downward, , and resting on slightly raised foot. . Dry white paint is the first coat and the original coat
*SOLD* G283 Late 19th century Virginia wooden white dove weathervane in it's original surface original of white paint , tack eyes with attched wings, great piece of Amricana , Measurements are 20" long x 9' wide 13 1/2" tall including base which was added for display
*SOLD* G275 Late 18th Century New England Sugar Bucket in the original green paint with black star painted on top ,superbly constructed having five finger lap joints.
G287 19th century tin container hand painted and signed by Arthur Glazier painting on Oil Can signed by artist
G285 18th century Old foundry mold wheel,This wooden foundry gear mold is from the late 1800's. The foundry used these molds in a sand casting process to produce the items in cast iron. The molds were made by specially skilled craftsmen.
*SOLD* G27019th century Pennsylvania splayed leg Mortised Stool with the original blue paint , The legs are mortised through the top the stool is sturdy
*SOLD* G215 Historic Augusta Co., Shenandoah Valley of Virginia Sixteen Tin Food Safe retaining it’s original green paint, with very elaborate hand punched-tins featuring two love birds over hearts on front tins, and a single bird on ends. Made entirely of yellow pine throughout, this expertly constructed safe is mortised and wooden pegged. With a wide cornice molding at top, Quarter column corners on all four post (even on the back of the safe) as well as Lambs tongue molded edge around each tin. The bottom drawer has the form of a raised panel to match the raised panels on each end.
A wonderful Chippendale style lady’s wingchair in a multicolor crewel type fabric beautiful dark walnut wooden legs, great deep wings. Very comfortable.
G253 American School, 19th Century Portrait of a Girl in a blue Dress holding her small cat Unsigned.,Oil on canvas, 36 x 32 in., in a gilt frame original to the painting with label on back from framing Co. in Boston Ma .
**Sold**G267 Outstand 19th century Large antique child's pull wagon, museum quality ,the paint is all original in the colors of red with black pin striping. painted wood body has a seat which slides forwards and backwards, folksy painted leaping horse on front, painted wood plaques on both sides "U.S. MAIL", pin striping around body and seat, wheels have wood spokes and iron rims, iron axles and steering, wood pull handle
G264 Early Folk Art Parcheesi painted Game board Pennsylvania , ca. 1860-1890. Pine. Bold color combination of strongly contrasting colors of Red and black, with a mustard ground, lining, and red -pin wheel in the center circle. and circles in each corner ,The game board is constructed of one inches strip of wood glued together
*SOLD* G261 19th century Lancaster County Pennsylvania table top Dough Box in vivant yellow paint, dovetailed case with canted sides, applied handles to the top that are dovetailed into the lid all original
**Sold**G256 Spill Holder, Pennslyvania , early 19th century, with heart and compass flower design,
RM1253 Early 19th century Wooden turned Bowl Small size, out of round ,with the original dry blue paint, and shows wonderful lathe marks, measures 9" diameter x 2' tall out of round, with a band around top of bowl
G265 Late 19th century New England original green hanging wall shelf circa: 1870-1900, with three graduated shelves on shaped ends, the shelves are mortised into the sides with original green paint, and decorated with red pin striping on each side
G258 Late 19th early 20th century Pairis Maine Sled, red, with mustard decoration , with Horse painted in the center with mustard flowers in circles at the top, wooden sled with metal runners. Marked 'Pairs Mft Co.
G252 Early 19th century beautiful American carved wood and painted bench with birds and fruit motif, one board seat, which is also decorated , scrolled arms that have mustard pin striping , turned spindles , and ending on turned painted legs.Often called a "deacon's" or hall bench, this sturdy example from about 1840
G260 19th century very unusual little Stool from Pennsylvania with the original Windsor green paint, with two braces on the back that is dovetailed into the top.
RM1251 18th Century Red & Black Paint Decorated oval foot stool dated on bottom 1761
RM1252 Stunning 18th Century New England Small Canted Wall Box retaing its original uncleaned surface. High arched “Tome stone” back
**Sold**733 Late 19th century tool Carrier, in the original dry blue paint, all four sides are canted, with a nice high arched divider with cut out handle. one board bottom
G268 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.
*SOLD* G237 Late 19th century folk art table top Game Board, in vibrant yellow, blue and black paint, a lake scene ( man in boat fishing ) is painted on one side and a checker board on the other, with a poem in he center, The Game Board started out as a Game Table, , which had folding legs, and in later years the legs where removed to make a wall hanger., and to preserve this wonderful piece of folk art circa 1880
*SOLD* G245 Pennsylvania Early late 19th century circa 1880 blue , black and blue painted wheelbarrow, It has a beautiful wooden iron wheel . There are two sides that can be removed and replaced with ease. It has black pin striping on blue back ground
*SOLD* G245 wooden rustic barrel with metal straps. This late 19th century barrel is made of vertical wooden slats - possibly oak - secured by six horizontal iron bands.
*SOLD* G123 Important early 18th century Philadelphia Pennsylvania, high back Settle, in the original red paint, with very elaborate shaped ends, the set is double mortised through the sides, it has wide white pine one board rose head nails and pegged construction. The left side has a early 18th century blacksmith repair, with two iron braces with rose head nails, holding it in place. The back board has a carved date of 1763, which was done later n the bench life. The Bench dates back to 1700
G194 19th century outstanding Pantry Box with the original beautiful dry pewter gray paint, heavy construction, bent wood round form with nailed lap joint
G236 A mid to late 19th century paint decorated bucket , Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania. Arched wire bail handle with turned wooden grip. The interior is old natural paintia , exterior painted with an overall grained mustard color over a yellow ground
G248 19th century painted Pantry Box with wonderful bittersweet red paint with very , with over lapping bentwood sides, secured with small tacks
G242 Mid 19th century bucket bench from Lancaster County PA. circa 1840 The bucket bench retains the old grey painted surface over the original red wash. With a top shelf and a nice wide century shelf. Water mark on the lower shelf from where the bucket of water set
**Sold**G223 19th century rustic cart wooden wheel mounted on a custom-made black base. The wheel is pierced in its center with a hole for the axle .
G248 Outstnding Late 18th./early 19th. century, New England. Just fabulous size and surface, I don’t know how it could get better. The trencher is a very heavy wood, I might suggest Chestnut. It is very difficult to tell because of the painted surface. This trencher has the best dry, dry red paint outside.
*SOLD* G239 19th century New England bail handle Bucket with hand painted lake scene with sail boats on the lake .The Bucked is painted all white on the inside and the back ground of the paintings on the outside , Note the lid which has a different painted scene painted on it . The Bucket is in great condition heavy and tigh
*SOLD* RM1246 York Co Pennsylvania Miniature Bucket Bench in the original Reb painted surface. The shelf is moristed through the sides, great display shelf!
G241 Western Pennsylvania Strip decorated Wax Sealer, circa 1875 straight sided jar with wax sealer rim. decorated with three wide brushed cobalt strips, very good condition,
*SOLD* G255 "DEMUTH'S SNUFF" Stenciled Stoneware Jar, Stamped "F.H. COWDEN / HARRISBURG", PA origin, circa 1880, cylindrical jar with rounded shoulder and flared rim, featuring the stenciled inscription "DEMUTH'S / CELEBRATED / SNUFF ESTABLISHED / 1770 / LANCA
G240 Western Pennsylvania Wax Sealer, circa 1870 straight- sided jar with slightly tapered sides, decorated with four bands
G217 G217 Late 19th century / early 20th century Country Storet, nine drawers country store Apothecary Chest.retaining it's original light gray paint, and knobs, nailed construction
**Sold**RM1249 Late 19th Century Maryland Country Store Display Bench, in original blue paint. Stamped on underside by the maker.
*SOLD * RM1250 Late 19th Century Blue Painted Spoon Rack, wonderful simple form. Old blue over the original blue with a great surface.
RM1249 Canvasback drake Charles Nelson Barnard Havre de Grace Maryland first quarter 20th century Old working repaint with average wear and some flaking structurally excellent
*SOLD* RM1248 SCOTT JACKSON Very Rare Charlestown Canvasback Duck Decoy historic Canvasback drake gunning decoy by the famous Scott Jackson, Charlestown, Maryland. Jackson was one of the famous Charlestown Five decoy makers. His decoys are very difficult to find.
*SOLD* G216 Outstanding early 19th century Lancaster County Pennsylvania two door original robin egg blue painted Storage Cupboard , with double panel inset doors with molding around each panel
G220 Early-mid 19th c American painted ogee wood ogee frame Looking Glass/ Mirror circa 1840 with, and original red paint with original distressed looking glass intact undisturbed,
**Sold**G213 Outstanding Patriotic antique 19th Century Painted pine Box with American shield and flag, a late 19th century black paint over the original blue ,on the interior is a hand painted ship, on a black back ground. The exterior of the Box is decorated red white and blue pin stripping on the out edge of the lid. On top of the Box is a shield and the American Flag, with two rifles, written below the shield is U.S.A.
G219 Rare late 1800's New England drop leaf American Harvest Table, mortised stright tapered turned legs. Harvest Table with a double drop leaf, nice tapered turned legs, with original red paint (circa 1810 - 1820)
RM1245 Early 19th Century New England Triple Tier Wall Box, retaining its original grey paint. Wonderful form with tall tome-stone back, square head nailed construction circa 1820-1850
G221 19th century wooden turned Compote . The original untouched surface is just wonderful Notice the shaped stem, beautifully turned bowl.
*SOLD* G226 Mid 19th century Pennsylvania raised panel four door pine stepback Cupboard.in the original pewter gray paint. Circa 1820-1840 The doors are full mortised and pin, the upper doors have four panel per door and the bottom doors have two raised panel per door. Two dovetailed drawers in the century, with a nice double drop apron on the bottom and the same design on the top. The interior of the cupboard is nice and clean with the original pewter gray paint. It still retains it's original hardward
G218 Early 19th century Lancaster County Pennsylvania, very unusual splay leg Hepplewhite tray top stand , original red paint, small dovetailed drawer , the wood is white pine, circa 1820,
*SOLD* G235 Late 19th century Painted dairy butter refrigerator Carrier. in beautiful chrome yellow paint with black letters, for James McGillawee, this box was use for storing butter. for sale.all original
*SOLD* G212 Late 19th century American green painted . lided Bucket, Retains bale handle. Signed "R. Warner & Co - Extra". stamped R. Warmer & Co.
G234 1920's - 1930's store sign, for Butter nut Bread ,good condition , slight wear , but overall in good condition , tin type sign with 8 holes for hanging..the corner says " the Parker metal deco co. Baltimore Md. i
*SOLD* G230 Late 19th century iron and glass cold frame greenhouse, Terrarium, c. 1860s in original red paint,
G231 red Head Drake carved by Joe Dye from Have De Grace Maryland in original paint 1870 - 1931
G233 A nice early and rare Canvasback decoy carved by William Heverin from Charlestown Maryland. This Decoy is some of Heverin early work. The body is loner and the head is shorter that his later decoys. This is just a beautiful decoy by Heverin 1860-1951
*SOLD* G180 Great 19th century Sothern Huntboard. from Shenandoah Valley Virginia. with two doors and four drawers behind the doors is an open compartment. This beautiful case is resting on four gracefully tapered legs. This Huntboard is made of southern heart pine, walnut, cherry and poplar wood. all square nail construction, in and early mustard paint, circa 1820,
*SOLD* G505 Scarce large Stoneware Canning Jar with five wavy lines-Striped Cobalt Decoration, Western Pennsylvania origin, circa 1870,
*SOLD* G508 A Wood Drum canteen from the late 1700s to mid-1800s. This is the pattern that is made from the Revolutionary War through the War of 1812,With a thick raised bung stave, It is held together by wooden hoops, 1 ½ inches wide, tongued into one another. Carved on one sides of the canteen are the initials “E P ”.
*SOLD* G207 Bold 19th century,,blue painted Pennsylvania small one door Cupboard, very unique form with a tall shaped dovetailed gallery, single panel door, circa 1840 This beautiful cupboard is 100% original down to the knob and the turn finger, it is nice an clean interior,
G166 20th Century Pennsylvania Dutch Folk painting "School House" by Artis Dolores Hackenbergert best known for her Naive style Amish and farm scene paintings. Original signed oil painting on canvas.. Signed lower right
*SOLD* G206 Early 19th century Wooden turned Bowl Small size, with the original dry blue paint
G214 Shaker Sewing Box, circa 1830’s On top of Box is a fixed Round carved Wooden holder with a Pin Cushion The Lid for top box has 4 wooden pins which hold wooden cover in place
*SOLD* G507 American, 19th century. A berry bucket with swing handle, Pennsylvania German;tongue-and-grove
G142 19th century small size original very unusual color okra painted Pantry Box, from New England.Great form and surface with the brush marks in paint
G215 19th century Pennsylvania Hepplewhite Stand, in beautiful original Windsor green paint. With and applied molding around the top. Circa 1830
*SOLD* G505 Early 20th century self standing, vintage Easter display, Peter Rabbit, for a Department Store , litho on board EASTER advertising store display of bunny Double easel back , so this could be a wonderful tabletop display ,
G204 Early 1920's Goose Decoy from Accomac County Va, in original paint made of cotton wood. This Goose decoy has beautiful lines, the carver is unknown
G203 Pair of oversized Canvasback by Madison Mitchell 1962 in the original paint in good condition. Madiison Mitchell oversize Decoys are getting hard to find. This pair of birds are signed and dated
*SOLD* G180 Early 19th century Pennsylvania ,pine Sheraton four drawer diminutive Chest, in the original dry red paint ,with four graduated dovetailed drawers
*SOLD* G195 Exceptional Cobalt-Decorated ten-Stripe Stoneware Canning Jar, Western PA origin, circa 1875, the front decorated with alternation straight and wavy cobalt stripes.
*SOLD* G196 18th century Wall Mounted Wooden Spoon Rack American, A hanging spoon rack in red paint, dovetailed case with a small drawer
G193 Early 19th century Lancaster county Pennsylvania Table, circa 1820 - 1840 with over size dovetailed drawer, in beautiful robin egg blue paint,.one wide board top,
*SOLD * G188 Mid 20th century Hand made and painted Snow white and five Dwarves wooden charterers hand painted, two sided,
G183 Original Framed Oil Painting of old Mill Landscape small painting, signed D. Lockhart, gorgeous matte gold framed, in very good condition
G189 Folk Art Steam Boat Hand crafted model of a Tug Boat name Ellen . Made of solid wood the boat was made by a skilled woodworker. The highly detailed model has all original paint which greatly enhances the overall beauty of the ship the boat’s details are hand carved and finely shaped. With a custom made stand for displaying
*SOLD* G198 Late 17th./early 18th. century lighting Candle Stand, the cross bar has two tinned iron candle cup holders
*SOLD* G191 Original Blue Painted Round Wooden Pantry Box, soldier blue paint ,circa 1880; bentwood box with tack bands
*SOLD* G192 19th century large size original blue painted Pantry Box from New England. Great form and surface heavy construction and natural patina on the inside
*SOLD* G190 New England 19th Century small Pantry Box, with original dry blue paint, with over lapping bentwood sides, secured with small copper tacks clean natural interior .
G201 19th century Paint-decorated, Pennsylvania, plank-seat settee (1845-65), in a half-spindle-back style The green painted background is beautifu with mustard and black pin strips . The theorem-like painting of fruit are typical of rural Pennsylvania chairs and benches. These are hand-painted with fruit
*SOLD* G152 Trade Sign metal for White Mountain ice cream Brick or Bulk , advertising sign, early 20th century (1910) great colors of red white and blue Mattews Industries, Inc Detroit, Mich
G185 Eastern Shore Maryland hand carved wooden Swan, 1950;s -1960 home made Swan decoy. Made of one piece of wood The neck and head is made from 2' stock. The Swan is made of Southern heart pine our native wood here on the Shore.
*sold* G119 19th century Berks County Pennsylvania high back Drysink with four dovetailed drawers, with the original beautiful mustard paint, the well of the Drysink is over two panel doors, with the well, dovetailed front and back, with nice high cut out feet, circa 1820
G176 19th Lancaster Pennslyvania, walnut nine dovetailed drawers and dovetailed case country store Apothecary Chest in the old white paint, from ,
G139 Early 19th century Lancaster County Pennsylvania Bucket bench dovetailed , in the original in early blue over the original red paint, the shelves are mortised through the ends, with High shaped sides cut out feet
*sold* G179 Late 19th century stunning Pennsylvania 15 drawer general store apothecary cabinet signed and date 1888, New Oxford Pennslyvania , C.A. Cashmam, on one of the bottom of one of the drawers. In beautiful red with black painted base and pin striping on the top ,The case is resting on a dovetailed applied bracket base, Nail construction,
G185 Unusual three-Gallon Stoneware Crock with Large Cobalt Decoration circa 1875d applied lug handles
G186 Unusual Five-Gallon Stoneware Crock with Large Cobalt Clover Decoration, Baltimore, MD origin, circa 1875, cylindrical crock squared rim, and applied lug handles
*sold* G165 Late 19th century small splay leg stool in old blue paint nailed construction , the wood is pine
*sold* G171 Noah's Ark, late 19th Century, Noah and Wife, Animals Large hand Painted Ark with a large group of hand carved animales Animals, and Figures, Ark roof is two tone and removable ; the roof opens allows for internal storage.
*SOLD* G136 Early 19th century Pennsylvania sawbuck table, having one wide board with a small -board pine top and in beautiful robin egg blue paint. circa 1850 .
G157 Jim Pierce Black Duck Decoy, Havre de Grace, MD, painted eyes, solid body, mint original paint w/excellent detail, , signed in electro pen on bottom, makers brand JP
*SOLD* G187 Late 19th century water color painting of a beautiful home with a victorian fence and a great iron gate,. Mounted in tis original birdseye maple frame signed by Artist R. H. Cook folk are watercolor
G60 19th century Lancaster Pennsylvania rope bed full size with the original red paint (circa 1825-40),. This rope bed is larger than most it will fit a double mattress ,Four deeply turned posts having elongated acorn finials and turnip feet; original rails, and rope pegs
*(SOLD* G146 Group of three miniature Basket , the smallest basket is very well made and is tight and good old natural patina
G168 19th century original green painted mortised Stool, the wood is white pine, double mortised, with a nice cut out design on each end of the stool circa 1840
RM1242 Pierced & Punched Tin Candle Lantern Paul Revere Barn Lantern Old Paint"15-1/4" tall x 5" diameter, 15.9 oz.New England, circa 19th century Having original fluted smoke-dome & ring handle
G177 Early 19th century New England Cant Back cupboard. This cupboard has a open top with beautiful picture frame molding. The bottom has two single panel doors. The doors and feet are mortised and tenon with a beautiful apron. The back is consisted of two wide boards measuring 19” and 17” wide. The surface is a old red over the original Circa 1820
G164 Diminutive hand hooked rug featuring a focal point of a single black draft / work horse with tulips and geometric shapes framing the center. The tightly hooked wool strips are a nice blend of earth tone colors with a pop of slate blue to add a bit of dimension to the rug.
RM1242 Super 18th Century tall, blacksmith hand forged iron tri-footed fireplace trivet resting on broad padded feet with extended wooden handle secured by a wide brass coupling. Prominent hammer marks throughout the iron and wonderful patina to the iron, brass, and wood that is indicative of age.
sold G148 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
G145 Stoneware Jug with Dover, Delaware Stoneware Advertising Jug, attributed to the Fulper Pottery, Flemington, NJ, late 19th century, jug featuring the slip-trailed cobalt advertising "Levy & Glosking, / Distillers of / Pure Rye Whiskey / Dover. Del."
sold G155 Stoneware Jar stamped 1 1/2 gallon Made by Peter Herman , This crock was made in Baltimore Maryland circa 1850 to 1870
*SOLD* " Skating at the Ceder Mill Carlisle Pa. " G163 20th Century Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Artist "Dolores Hackenberger" best known for her Naive style Amish and farm scene paintings. Original signed oil painting on canvas.. Signed lower right This is a fine example of her work in great condition. Lovingly referred to as the “Grandma Moses of the Pennsylvania Dutch country, ” Dolores has painted the colorful Amish folk and culture for the past forty plus years.
G166 20th Century Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Artist "Dolores Hackenberger" best known for her Naive style Amish and farm scene paintings. Original signed oil painting on canvas.. Signed lower right This is a fine example of her work
^SOLD^ G173 Early 19th century Berks County Pennsylvania Cupboard , in it's original dry red paint, the case is dovetailed as well as drawers , with a dovetailed gallery, all original knobs and slid latches. The front style of Cupboard has lamb's tongue corner
G178 Beautiful Lancaster Pennsylvania double mortised Bench, in the original robin egg blue paint. shaped ends, with a high arched cut out foot, the legs are double mortised through the top one board, circa 1820
G151 Early 20th century wooden trade sign for "John Heldmyer. Jr. Realator Middletown DE " painted on single board with bread boad ends, with white background and black and red as the other colors
C120 Early 19th century Lancaster County Pennsylvaina , circa 1820 original red painted, single lid Wood Box , with a doveailed case, the wood is white pine, six board square head nail construction, the wood Box is resting on small applied feet. This wood Box still retaines it original dry red paint on the inside as well as the outside, all original
G156 Early R. Madison Mitchell canvasback Hen Decoy signed and dated on the botttom 1955 in original paint, ealy Madison Mitchell are hard to find
G153 Pap's Cteigton bufflehead from Hooper's Island maryland working duck decoy, branded on the bottom C original paint.
*SOLD* G154 Hand carved Primitive shorebird decoy on oil can base. astern Shore Virginia derelict shorebird, unusual two piece weathered wooden construction
*SOLD* RM1240 New England hanging double comb/wall box in beautiful old blue paint over the original green paint. The angled shelves, and slightly canted sides with lollipop hanger give this piece a bit of extra charm! All hand hewn pine wood with small wire nail construction.
G172 Gathering Basket with wonderful original red paint , in great condition, the rim is single wrapped, with a high steamed and bent handl
*SOLD* F141 Early 19th century Lancaster County Pennsylvania twenty seven drawer very unusual Country Store Apothecary. in old red over the original salmon , having a chest over graduated dovetailed drawers
*SOLD* G141 19th century Shenandoah Valley , Virginia Hanging Cupboard with four window lite door over a dovetailed drawer , retaining it's original persimmon / orange paint. Circa 1840
G161 Important Southern 18th century hanging Pip Box from Savannah Georgia,This fabulous antique hanging pipe box was made in Georgia in the late 18th century .
G135 Very early 19th century tee nails and square head nail construction single panel door over an open well small Drysink, in it's original dry red paint, showing wonderful wear,
EARLY DECORATED FIREHOUSE WINDSOR YOUTH CHAIRS. 19th century.. with turned spindles, and stretcher base. The overall body paint is green, and decorated with fruits in green, mustard and red . Having gilt highlights and pin stripping down the legs
*SOLD* G75 Eastern Shore Maryland Wooden White Swan Cutting board , with detailed carved feathers on handle, Great piece of Folk Art
*SOLD* G140 18th century very rare and unusual small size Chimney Cupboard, Circa 1790 In a salmon paint over the original red paint, Single double panel door opens to fixed shelves which are old natural patina, the case is dovetailed top and bottom,
G150 Vintage paper mache rabbit candy containers Paper Mache Rabbit Candy Container Easter FN Burt Co
G149 Vintage paper mache rabbit candy containers Paper Mache Rabbit Candy Container Easter FN Burt Co Buffalo NY dated 1929
RM1244 Vintage paper mache rabbit candy containers Paper Mache Rabbit Candy Container Easter
*SOLD* G133 19th century American carved Rocking Horse on bow rocker , with original green Painted rockers with mustard decoration the body of the horse is brown with red And black decoration leather saddle with horse hair mane and tail signed on bottom Randall Co. New York circa 1860
*SOLD* G121 Outstanding Butt Basket with the original with the best dry bittersweet red paint, found in Pennsylvania ,
*SOLD* G92 19th century Two tin candle sconces in blue paint, not a matching pair but have been together for a long time.
G137 Early 19th century Pennsylvnia hanging wall Box, in old musard over the original red signed and dated Sept 1832 by the maker. one board square head nail construction, with nice dry unclean surface
G160 Charlie Joiner Chestertown MD 1984 Brant decoy, , this beautiful Decoy was some of Charlie Joiner earlest work. he started carving Brants about 1982, this Decoy is signed and dated 1984. His earlier Decoys he painted the side feathers brown , he made Brants until about 2007 a great Decoy for someones collection
RM1243 Rare 18th Century Apothecary Mortar and Pestle in old green over grey painted surface. Large , over 7 pounds, heavy mortar and pestle in fantastic turned iconic apothecary type shape. Rim is thick and quite wide at 2". Appears to have been heavily used and repainted several times over its life.
*SOLD* RM1239 Striking 18th Century New England double wall box retaining its original reddish-brown paint. Extremely high arched back. Very unusual form with applied molding around both sections of the wall box, as well as around the bottom. Rose head and Tee nailed construction. Circa 1790
G148 19th century 1 gallon blue decorated stoneware butter churn, Baltimore, MD circa 1850-70. single handles and bold double flowers on front The crock stands
G125 Ironstone large teapot ., It is signed in black on the bottom Royal Patent Ironstone W&E Corn.
G126 Stunning antique white ironstone oval platter, fabulous Laurel Wreath or Victory shape. . Medium size or 16" long, 13-3/4" wide. Potted by Elsmore and Forster, ca. Civil War era.
G131 This large white ironstone vegetable tureen or server . It was made in the pottery of Burgess and Goddard and dates to the 1870 to 1880 period.
*SOLD* cQ350 18th century Talbot County Maryland Corner Cupboard. Circa 1750 Original blue paint and 16 window lights with molded mullions. Rose-head nailed and pegged construction.
G115 19th century Signed Peter Hermann Stoneware Jar from Baltimore one gallon Gallon Stoneware Jar made and stamped "P. Hermann."
G103 Scarce three-Gallon Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Date "1878" within a Wreath, Stamped "FORT EDWARD / POTTERY CO," straight-sided crock with tooled shoulder and applied lug handles,
G114 Cobalt decorated Stoneware milkpan, Baltimore MD. origin, circa 1870, flaring bowl form with pouring spout, decorated all around bowl with brushed cobalt leaves.
G113 Lloyd Tyler Turned-head Pintail Drake Decoy, Crisfield, Maryland, 1926, with original surface, , (imperfections),
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.
G110 Early 20th century beautiful oval handmade braided rug, It was made from wool by hand braiding and hand sewing very tightly.
G106 Early 20th century century painted wooden trade sign , Hotel . The sign is one wide borad with applied molding with white back ground with black letting, one sided
*SOLD* G105 Pennsylvania 19th Century Punched Tin Heart Shaped Cheese Mold, the pattern of holds are simple but the mold is early 19th century
G94 Western Pa. Blue Decorated Stoneware Crock. Also called a Striper. This one has 3 lines.
RM1238 Early upper Bay Canvasback drake unknown carver circa 1900 decoy with iron keel
G83 19th century Pennsylvania small Country Store Counter, in decorated paint, with two mustard painted panel in the front, and one on each end, one board top. The back is open with a single drawer
G108 18th Antique pewter Charger of round form with a broad flat rim, and a cavtto center , 16" diameter maker unknow
G109 18th century large antique pewter warming platter . a hinged lid for filling and draining the warm water. The bottom is marked
*SOLD* G107 SET OF FIVE ANTIQUE 18th C PEWTER 9 INCH PLATE WITH TOUCH MARKS TO BASE
G89 Early 19th century Berks County Pennsylvania Bucket bench in the original dry red paint, the shelves are mortised throught the ends, with height shaped sides cut out feet
G88 Late 18th century New England Tavern Table, retaining it's early surface circa 1790, the wood is pine, with a one board top with bread board ends, which is held in place with tee nails, over a dovetailed drawer with it's original wooden knob.
*SOLD* Exceptional 18th century Connecticut River Valley, Hartford area, Country Queen Ann walnut candle Stand, in the original blue paint. Circa 1760 – 1770 with a one board round top with elongated baluster and urn turned shaft. It has classic cut and carved cabriole legs.
G48 A wonderful nest of five Yellow Ware mixing bowls with three white bands. Thes bowls are not marked but often is attributed to Brush McCoy, USA
*SOLD* G84 Peter Hermann Baltimore, MD – Circa 1855 – 1870 small crock jug with applied handles, A very impressive stamped one gallon Stoneware Crock
G80 Large hand carved by M.K. Scheel Crow with and berry with carved wings on a beautiful turned and painted base both are signed by maker
*SOLD* 20th Century Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Artist best known for her Naive style Amish and farm scene paintings. Original signed oil painting on canvas
G8019th century DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "1" gallon capacity, cylindrical form with squared rim..
**SOLD** G95 Mid 19th century Patriotic Painted bentwood box, with a hand painted Eagle on each side as well as the top,
G93 A mid- to late- 19th century wooden ballot box with nine voting balls (4 black, 31 gray).
G65 19th century tall stool with the old dry green paint , over the original red with a thick round top and great splay to legs Top
G86 Mid 19th Child's ladder back chair, with three slates in early black paint, with it original hickory woven seat,
G77 A nice early Decoy carved by John Graham of Chestertown Maryland 1822- 1912 , canvasback with iron keel old repaint with very nice surface and form
G81 Early 1930's Canvasback Drake Decoy carved by Al Thomas ( Shoe -Bill Al ) from Aberdeen Maryland Branded W. with original paint, His decoys where folky carved but very well done
G79 Early 1950's Madison Mitchell red head decoy, in original paint and some second coat, with a brand carved on the bottom JHS, OWR very early brand
*SOLD* G39 EARLY 19TH CENTURY BLUE PAINTED PENNSYLVANIA BLANKET CHEST, This is a wonderful early 1820's painted blanket chest from South eastern Pennsylvania, with ORIGINAL blue paint. , The exterior of the case crafted of six broad planks , the sides and bottom joined with exposed dovetail construction.
G70 Outstanding 19th century original painted checkers game board shows an outstanding original painted wood surface and is constructed from a single wide pine plank. The playing field is painted in dark red against a white background with a gray pin strip boarder
*SOLD* G72 Fruit Arrangement Doris Stauble, Wiscasset, ME, Circa 1950 Doris is a documented folk artist who made arrangements from 19th century Victorian millinery supplies..
G71 Cobalt-Decorated four-Stripe Stoneware Canning Jar, Western PA origin, circa 1875, tapered jar with tooled shoulder and semi-rounded rim with wax sealer interior,
*SOLD* G64 Wonderful small 19th Century early 20th century Hand Hooked Rug of a small basket with flowers Professionally cleaned mounted and ready to hang Nice piece of early Americana, . Multi-colored back ground subtle colors of black, taupe, tan, pale greens and blues, teal and salmon.
**Sold**RM1236 Rare Malachi Waterfield, Knotts Island, North Carolina, Large Redhead decoy last quarter 19th century. Old in use repaint
G63 Goldeneye drake, Caption Jess Urie , Rock Hall, Maryland, 1950's in old working repaint , in excellent condition
*SOLD* F734 Early 20th century Pennsylvania great piece of folk art, wooden hand carved Pig signed and dated 1986 ,
G66 Mid 19th century New England Shaker Flax Break circa 1850 in it's original blue paint , Flax, also known as linseed, is the plant used for centuries to make linen cloth. A flax break was a wooden machine that both chopped up the flax while also separating the usable, pith-like core from the outer fibres.
CG1 Rare Antique Munyon ' S Homeopathic Home Remedies General Store Counter Display,The American Art Works of Coshocton, Ohio produced this Munyon Home Remedy Company counter display case during the early 20th century.
*SOLD* G69 BEAUTIFUL HOOKED RUG WITH RARE SCALLOPED EDGE, PENNSYLVANIA, CIRCA 1900.Professionally stretched and mounted showing great workmanship not oly in the hooking of the rug but the mounting
G56 19th century Pennslyvania Jelly/Storage Cupboard in beautiful dry bittersweet red paint, with two panel doors, applied dovetailed galleryn one board construction,
G49 Early twenty century folk are boat weathervane,in it's original red and white paint., wooden hull with metal sails
*SOLD* G41 ANTIQUE MARINE OCTANT MARKER- LATE 18TH - EARLY 19TH CENTURY Original British Ship's Octant byThomas Jones 62 Charing Cross London Sold in Massachusetts and 1788- 1850 in a Octant box with step cover with manufacturer labels , Boston. Great original blue paint on outside and. great condition Measures 14" by 12" by 4".
G54 Early 19th century New England Blanket Chest / Seachest in beautiful old blue paint , the case of the chest is dovetailed , with applied moldin around the base, the interior is very unusual with four dovetailed drawer
*SOLD* RM1336 18th century fancy wooden game rack, tomato red paint. seven staggered and offset wrought iron hooks for hanging wild game or drying herbs.
RM1225 Late 18th century Sussex Country Delaware walnut hanging wall Box/salt box, With a high shape back with a cut out heart, Canted front with a fake drawer, scalloped end sides. Tee nail d and small square head nail construction.
D451 Late 19th century Pennsylvania geometric hooked rug, , with variegated diamonds and triangles, professionally mount and ready for hanging in outstanding condition
*SOLD*G36 Pennsylvania Bucket Bench , in original indigo blue paint with high shaped tom stone ends ends, two shelves which are mortised through the ends , high half moon shaped cut out ends
*SOLD* F323 Mid 19th century Pennsylvania 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. circa1850
Y51 Early 20th century,Heart Hooked Rug , from Maine, mounted on board, great colors, of cabinn with rabbits, and large hearts
A291 Wooden Cutlery Box, cut out heart and diamonds square head nailed construction original surface
C222 18th century primitive colonial New England blacksmith forged iron bread peel.
Y172 19th century Pennsylvania paint decorated Doll Cradle original red ground with black sponage decoration. Arched headboard with heart cut out scalloped cut sides and cheese cutter rocker
*SOLD* X184 SMALL Antique Tin NUTMEG GRATER with hinged lid and a hole to hang up. Hand painted and secorated with a heart
G47Folk Art black duck Decoy carved by Henry Grant Barnegat NJ circa 1890 - 1900 paint decorated in the style of Peter Hunt
G42 Madison Mitchell black Duck Decoy signed and dated 1967 on bottom. The paint that has survived is all the original paint
G44 G44 R, Madison Mitchell canvasback from Robert McKenny rig, Branded under bill ( R.S.M.) 1960's in working repaint signed on bottom Madison Mitchell Have De Grace Md
*SOLD* G34 19th century New York original robin egg blue painted screen Pie Safe, The screen Pie Safe was used for storing bake goods. The two doors are mortised and pin with two panels of screen in each door, and sides have one large panel, attributed to Watervliet, New York Shakers,
G32 19th century Pennslyvania hanging Pie Safe with star pattern tins circa 1850-70: Painted pine hanging pie safe,with beautiful hand punched tins panels, that run completely around the case.The pewter gray paint is the original 19th century surface,
*SOLD* G13 Lg Early 19th century Pennsylvania hanging wall shelf/mantle original blue paint. The wood is white pine with all square nail construction. Circa 182
G33 Trade Sign wooden one sided beautiful mustard painted back ground with black lettering painted on one wide board with applied molding, for Ohio Dairy Co, cash for cream and Eggs. \
F900 Antique Firkin C Wilder and Son South Hingham Mass 19th Century stampon on the lid, in old red paint
**SOLD** MZ7 American hand hooked in pristine condition Mounted striped hand-hooked rug multiple color bold, graphic geometric with vivid colors in "Log Cabin" inspired design. Mounted on stretcher. In pristine condition Mounted striped hand-hooked rug multiple color.
RM1230 19th century New England Blue painted wooden Firkin, the sides and top are surrounded by simple tapered lap joint wooden bands, secured by small copper tacks.
*SOLD* G14 Early 19th century Snyder Country, Pennsylvania pine, two pair Dutch Cupboard, circa 1820 . retaining it's original yellow surface. It has great form, with two candle drawer over thee dovetailed drawers
G27 G34 19th century New York original robin egg blue painted screen Pie Safe, The screen Pie Safe was used for storing bake goods. The two doors are mortised and pin with two panels of screen in each door, and sides have one large panel, attributed to Watervliet, New York Shakers,
G28 Elliot Bros Easton Md canvasback duck Decoy “Chank” ( 1904-?) and Bill (1904-1971), twin brothers, were perhaps the last of the commercial makers of shooting stools (decoys) made of wood and cork in Talbot County.T
Z444 Late 19th century Produce Crib, sturdy wooden basket, made from dowels and a wooden bottom,spacers between the dowels, for ventilation, with the original apple green paint,
RM1227 Patriotic red white and blue wooden handcrafted Industrial mold. Used in sand casting processes to create Industrial machine parts in metal. This mold is in the form of a compote and looks wonderful with stone fruit.
Z63 19th century Mohawk Valley New York miniature chest with original bittersweet red paint.