G885 Exceptional “A Family Record” Sampler “wrought by Levinia Baker – 1818” – depicting various births, a marriage, and a death from the Baker family spanning a timeframe from 1755 – 1803.
G925 Carlisle, Pennsylvania identified and dated, hand wrought Sampler from featuring a center block encasing rows of alphabet stitched in both capital and lower case letters, along with bands of geometric designs that hover over a stitched verse that reads: “If we to day sweet peace possess / It soon may be withdrawn / Some change may plunge in distress / Before to morrows dawn”
G572 Late 18th century early 19th century Sampler identified as being wrought by “Amy King”, undated. This simplistic work includes two sets of double alphabets
G719 Spectacular, early 19th century Pennsylvania Linsey-Woolsey Coverlet identified and dated in all four corners: “Mountairy Berks County 1841 Mary Ann Simmers”. Comprised of red and two shades of blue wool woven over linen to create exquisite patterns that are reversible.
F712 Wonderful identified and dated hand stitched needlepoint Sampler attributed to “Coventry School Droitwich” “Sarah H Willis AD. 1849”. Sampler is stitched on linen and boasts both upper, and lower case alphabet and the numbers 1-9,0 stitched in a tan colored thread
**SOLD** 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
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** 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
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.
MY1 Stunning Double Irish Chain pattern quilt, all hand quilted with cross hatch quilting and hand sewn binding. The use of indigo blue and white for this geometrical pattern, along with the simplistic pattern of the hand quilting, is indicative of the 1860-1880 time period this quilt
E91 Circa 1880 Antique felt wool Penny Rug Table Rug Runner From a antique Dealers collection . Made entirely of layered felted wool with beautiful hand stitching. The choice of felted wool colors and the manner in which the Pennies were created and stitched is beautiful
E383 Exquisitely woven heavy linen/wool Coverlet dated 1839 from Manor Township in Lancaster County, PA. Two corner blocks read: “Made by J. Witmer For Jacob Bausman”.
D317 19th century Wedding Sampler made by Catherine Allan Sehraa bewed in the year 1830, great color the red is bright, stitched on linen
D450 ca. 1840; beautiful Bucks County, Pennsylvania red and blue plaid overshot coverlet multiple shaft woven coverlet in red and blue wool self-fringed bottom, and a rolled loop down center seam,
A335 Early 19th century Sampler from Talbot County Maryland this work was done by Margaret E. Wister in the year 1833 in the original farm, found in a private collection on the Farm Belleaire Farm in Talbot Co. Maryland the sample is in good condition in as found condition
X252 19TH CENTURY WATER COLOR THEOREM ON VELVET OF BIRDS AND FRUIT IN A BASKET
**SOLD** X575 Late 18th century Sample signed and dated Agnes Mary Stafford 1771
V49 Mid 19th century Sampler Catharine Young ( Go thou and pluck the roses while they blum, my hopes lie buried in the silent Tomb ) Phila. area
X14 Early 19th century American Sampler from Frederick Maryland, with great colors, with the Initials M.W and J.C. with a basket of flowers and hearts and trees and Dog
V227 Mid 19th century Sampler made by Louise Herman 1849 as found
X15 Early 19th century Sampler from a Estate sale in Frederick Maryland in March 1991. Done by Alison Duncan
V40 Mid 19th century Sampler from a private collection in New Jersey made by Alice Thibou
SOLD!!! U167 1800 CT. Sampler
V49 Mid 19th century Sampler Catharine Young
SOLD!! T272 Framed early 19th century needlework, linen Sampler attributed to Isabell White Currochurne, May 17 1830.
F122 Colorful hand wrought Sampler with four sets of alphabets in varying stitch styles with very intricate borders and row dividers. The maker stitched: “Sarah Karpham wrought this December 30 1797 Aged 10 years”
R250 Sampler made by Mary Poole 1809
1802 hand painted Theorem
S409 Maryland Sampler Eliza Ann Griffith January 20th 1841
O337 Elizabeth Humphris age 10 years Butterflies and flowers design on sampler from Chestertown MD.
P33 Sampler Done by Mary Barker found in Va.
P38 Shore Maryland Sampler Made by Maria Sutton, Sept. 1811
*SOLD* Pennsylvania Theorem watercolor on paper
C62 Late 19th century Hand made quilt "Four Baskets' from the Hasler estate Keezletown Virginia circa 1880 treadle machine quilted with hearts 64" x 78" great colors and condition
Y109 Lovely vintage Quilt appliqued and stitched by hand. Three shades of pumpkin, brown and blue have been used for the tulip applique's,on a white back ground, very fine stitching was used and the quilt is in very good condition, from a private collection in Baltimore Md.
S351 BASKET PATTERN QUILT from Laurel Delaware
1W58 Hand made Quilt filled with ungined cotton, and made from feed sacks. Star pattern
X469Late 19th century Drunkard’s path crib quilt ca. 1880; pieced printed cotton with machine quilting and white cotton back