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Fall Antique Catalogued Auction

October 9 & 10, 2015

 

  1. Lester Breininger charger ca. 1983; sgraffito-type reproduction redware charger featuring a dragoon on horseback and signed and dated on back, 12 1/2”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  2.  Lester Breininger charger ca. 1983; sgraffito-type reproduction redware charger signed and dated on back, 12 1/2”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  3. Lester Breininger charger ca. 1985; sgraffito-type reproduction redware charger featuring a pair of soldiers and signed and dated on back, 12 1/2”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  4. 3 pcs. Lester Breininger ca. 1980-90s; reproduction redware beehive shaped bank, 4 1/4”d, 4”h; sgraffito-type cup, 3 1/2”d, 4”h; green slip plate, 7”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 40.00
  5. Lester Breininger lion ca. 1983; figural redware lion in yellow slip with coleslaw-type maine and tail with date and initials on bottom, 9 1/2”x 4 1/2”x 8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For: 250.00
  6. 3 Lester Breininger piggy banks ca. late 1900s; large reproduction redware pig-shaped bank, 6”x 3”x 4”; two smaller examples, 3 1/2”x 2”x 2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 45.00
  7.  Lester Breininger plate ca. 1985; sgraffito-type reproduction redware plate featuring a folk art flower urn and signed and dated, 10”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 95.00
  8. 2 pcs. Lester Breininger ca. 1980-90s; small slip decorated redware plate in the style of the Snow Hill Cloister, 7”d, 1 1/2”h; redware crock wit rope twist handles, 4”d, 5”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 35.00
  9. 2 pcs. Lester Breininger ca. late 1900s; small redware seated spaniel in slip decoration, 3”x 4”; small redware formed figure of four ducks, 4”x 2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 110.00
  10.  Lester Breininger dog ca. 1987; redware formed standing dog with signature and date on base, 5 1/2”x 2 1/2”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 170.00
  11. Lester Breininger dog ca. 1987; redware formed seated dog with signature and date on base, 4”x 2”x 4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 170.00
  12. 2 pcs. Lester Breininger ca. 1980-90s; redware handled fat lamp with saucer base, 4 1/2”x 3”; redware penny bank with dark glaze, 4”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 85.00
  13. 2 Jonathan Bastian folk art carvings ca. 1980-90s; carved lion in a circus wagon, 8”x 3 1/2”x 6”; carved and painted penguins on four wheels, 6”x 3”x 6”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For: 65.00
  14. Walter Gottshall duck decoy ca. 1987; carved and paint decorated with glass eyes and initialed and dated on bottom, 9”x 3 1/2”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 150.00
  15. 2 folk art carvings ca. 1980-90s; Jonathan Bastian folk art bear on wheels, 6”x 3”x 5 1/2”; carved and painted cat initialed “JR”, 4”x 2”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 110.00
  16. David W. Gottshall reverse painting ca. 1985; reverse painting on glass featuring a circus scene and signed and dated in the lower left corner, 12 1/2”x 10 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 230.00
  17. Joan Raab folk art watercolor ca. 1980-90s; framed watercolor featuring a colonial dressed man and woman by a grape bush, 12 1/2”x 10”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 90.00
  18. Set of 5 Anna Wiest theorem paintings ca. 1980-90s; in folk art frames featuring barnyard animals, 8 1/2”x 7 1/2”ea; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 140.00
  19. Greg Shooner plate ca. 2002; sgraffito-style redware plate with turkey motif, 12”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 220.00
  20. Ned Foltz crock ca. 1999; reproduction redware crock with slip tulips and signed and dated, 8”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 75.00
  21. Set of H.W. Dietrich utensils ca. 1970-90; hand wrought utensils by Henry W. Dietrich (Berks Co.) with matching tool-worked heart design handles with copper insert fork; spatula, skimmer and ladle with brass ends, 9 1/2”- 10”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For: 325.00
  22. Garnett B. French fraktur watercolor ca. 1980-90s; framed watercolor with bird and floral motifs having a signature in bottom right, 22”x 14 1/2” framed; 19”x 12” sight; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For: 190.00
  23. Lester Breininger loaf dish ca. 1978; coggled edge dish in sgraffito decoration and signed and dated on the back, 13 1/2”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 85.00
  24. 2 pcs. Dorothy Long redware ca. 1980-90s; redware Turks head mold and colander, both signed and dated on base, 10”d, 3”h Turks head; 8”d, 4 1/2”h colander; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 50.00
  25. Lester Breininger loaf dish ca. 1972; coggled edge redware loaf dish in sgraffito decoration and signed and dated on base, 13 1/2”x 9 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 130.00
  26. Lester Breininger charger ca. 1977; coggled edge redware charger in sgraffito decoration and signed and dated on back, 12”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 85.00
  27. 2 Dorothy Long pitchers ca. 1980-90s; redware pitchers signed and dated on base, 8”x 8” & 6”x 5 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 35.00
  28. 4 pieces of Lester Breininger ca. 1980-90s; pair of slip decorated bowls, 5 1/2”d, 3 1/2”h; sgraffito decorated bowl, 5 1/2”d, 3 1/2”h; small slip decorated plate, 5 3/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 65.00
  29. Lester Breininger pitcher ca. 1976; large redware pitcher with slip decoration and signed and dated on base, 9”x 9”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 100.00
  30. Jonathan Bastian carving ca. 1988; wooden carving depicting Lester Breininger holding a piece of miniature redware made by Breininger entitled “Pottery Show Today” and having signature, date and number on base, 6”x 4 1/2”x 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 300.00
  31. Old Judge baseball card ca. 1860-90; black and white photograph of J.M. Ward, New Yorks, sliding with left arm raised issued by Goodwin & Co., New York; Estimate $400.00-$600.00  Sold For: 350.00
  32. Old Judge baseball card ca. 1860-90; featuring Hall-of-Famer Keefe, New Yorks, tagging out another player issued by Goodwin & Co., New York; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For: 260.00
  33. Old Judge baseball card ca. 1860-90; featuring Jim Keefe, P., New Yorks, issued by Goodwin & Co., New York; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For: 160.00
  34. 2 Old Judge cigarette cards ca. 1860-90; featuring Clark, C., Brooklyns standing with hands on hips and Smith, S.S., Brooklyns, holding a bat issued by Goodwin & Co., New York; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 210.00
  35. 2 Old Judge baseball cards ca. 1860-90; featuring Wheelock, R.F., Boston holding a baseball and W.H. Robinson, S.S., St. Louis Browns holding a bat issued by Goodwin & Co., New York; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For: 260.00
  36. 2 Old Judge baseball cards ca. 1860-90; featuring George Gore, C.F., New Yorks fielding a ball and Tiernan, R.F., New Yorks ready to throw issued by Goodwin & Co., New York; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For: 120.00
  37. 3 Old Judge baseball cards ca. 1860-90; featuring Purcell, Captain, Baltimore fielding the ball; Welsh, C.F., Athletics field a ball; Ferguson, P., Philadelphia ready to throw a ball issued by Goodwin & Co., New York; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For: 280.00
  38. 3 E91 American Caramel Co. baseball cards ca. 1908-09; featuring Frank Shulte, R.F., Chicago; P. Donahue, C., Boston; Geo. Gibson, C., Pittsburgh; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For: 100.00
  39. 2 E93 Standard Caramel Co. baseball cards ca. 1910; Standard Caramel cards of Lancaster, PA featuring Charles “Chief” Bender, Philadelphia and Rube Waddell, St. Louis; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 300.00
  40. 3 T207 Recruit “Little Cigars” baseball cards ca. 1912; featuring Otis Crandall, New York (N); John Hames Callahan, Chicago (A); George Wiltse, New York (N); Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For: 65.00
  41. 5 Polar Bear Tobacco baseball cards ca. 1900-30; four T206 cards featuring Lattimore, Toledo; Jackson, Baltimore; Armbruster, St. Paul & Marquard, New York; one T205 card featuring Byrne, Pittsburgh; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For: 55.00
  42. 12 T206 Sweet Caporal baseball cards ca. 1900-30; featuring Nap Lajoie, Cleveland; Tannehill, Chicago; Marquard, New York; Birmingham, Cleveland; Shaw, Providence; Spencer, Boston; Ewing, Cincinnati; Ritchey, Boston; Criss, St. Louis; Schmidt, Detroit; Manning, New York & Dessau, Baltimore; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For: 240.00
  43. 15 T206 Piedmont cigarette baseball cards ca. 1900-30; featuring Abbaticchio, Pittsburgh; Delehanty, Washington; Knight, New York; Donlin, New York; Flick, Cleveland; Oldring, Philadelphia; Bates, Boston; Lake, New York; Doyle, New York; Bell, Brooklyn; Donovan, Detroit; Waddell, St. Louis; Tinker, Chicago; Chase, New York & Owen, Chicago; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For: 325.00
  44. Christy Matthewson T206 Piedmont baseball card ca. 1900-30; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For: 270.00
  45. 16 T206 Piedmont baseball cards ca. 1900-30; featuring Clark, Pittsburgh; Clark, Columbus; Hall, Baltimore; Howell, St. Louis; Casey, Montreal; Jones, Detroit; Downs, Minneapolis; Sharpe, Newark; Delehanty, Louisville; Atz, Chicago; Dygert, Philadelphia; Schlafly, Newark; Pikering, Minneapolis; Cassidy, Baltimore; Randall, Milwaukee; Huggins, Cincinnati; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For: 300.00
  46. 14 T206 Piedmont baseball cards ca. 1900-30; featuring Warhop, New York; Charles, St. Louis; Byrne, St. Louis; Hulswitt, St. Louis; Moran, Chicago; Myers, New York; Cravath, Minneapolis; Willett, Detroit; Camnitz, Pittsburgh; Conroy, Washington; Donlin, New York; Livingstone, Philadelphia; Mowery, Cincinnati & Dunn, Brooklyn; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For: 250.00
  47. 2 1911 T205 baseball cards ca. 1911; featuring Tris Speaker, Boston and Clyde Milan, Washington; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For: 220.00
  48. 18 T206 Piedmont baseball cards ca. 1900-30; featuring Tannehill, Washington; Cross, Indianapolis; Maddox, Pittsburgh; Becker, Boston; Summers, Detroit; Arellanes, Boston; Dunn, Baltimore; Lake, St. Louis; Marshall, Brooklyn; Rhoades, Cleveland; Beck, Boston; Doolan, Philadelphia; Slagle, Baltimore; Quinn, New York; Starr, Boston; Smith, Buffalo; Maloney, Rochester & Mitchel, Cincinnati; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For: 250.00
  49. 3 T206 Piedmont baseball cards ca. 1900-30; featuring Titus, Philadelphia; Wheat, Brooklyn & Chance, Chicago; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For: 120.00
  50. 5 pcs. Lancaster Co. manuscript material ca. 1766-1866; deed on vellum with an elaborate heading cut likely printed at the Ephrata Cloister between John and Ann Landis of Earl Twp. and Christopher Royer; an 1818 note from Marietta & Susquehanna Trading Co.; an 1839 letter to Margaret Trainer of Marietta regarding shaker bonnets; an 1848 deed between Jacob Franck and John Schnader for land in West Earl Twp.; an 1866 Columbia, PA receipt, 7 3/4”x 4 1/4”- 20 1/2”x 17 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For: 230.00
  51. 1762 Henry William Stiegel deed ca. 1762; for lot number 92 in the town of Manheim deeded to Nicholas Dehof with signatures and seal of Stiegel, the Stedmans and witnessed by Francis Hopkinson on paper, 21 3/4”x 15 1/8”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For: 200.00
  52. 2 Denlinger deeds ca. 1788-89; 1788 deed between John Miller, Sheriff and John Denlinger of Strasburg Twp., 21”x 19 3/4”; 1789 deed between John Herr, Jacob Hartman and John Denlinger for land in Strasburg Twp., 28 1/2”x 19”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 110.00
  53. 2 Lancaster Co. manuscript documents ca. 1783-88; 1783 bond between Dietrich Gachly and Ulrich Shirk, 8 1/4”x 13”; 1788 deed between William Bausman et. al. and Michael Kauffman for lot 18 in the town of Manheim, 21”x 18”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 50.00
  54. Confederate states loan document & 3 Civil War-era letters ca. 1862-71; 1863 C.S.A. loan certificate with 22 redeemable notes dating 1864-1875; an 1863 letter from Mary Devine requesting information about husband Cpt. Wm. Devine; 2 letters on patriotic stationary dated 1862 and 1863 without war content; an 1871 letter from Leoni, Michigan, 4”x 6 1/2” – 14”x 14 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 80.00
  55. Civil War soldier tin type ca. 1864; of a standing soldier wearing a kepi and lacking his right arm; identified as Charlie Nier of Columbus, Ohio and dated 1864, 1 3/4”x 3”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For: 180.00
  56. 2 pcs. political ephemera ca. 1864-88; engraving of an eagle holding a Lincoln & Johnson banner from the 1864 election, 8 3/8”x 3 5/8”, 11 1/8”x 6 1/4” framed; Harrison and Cleveland piece from the 1888 election having scenes on reverse of American and Irish living conditions, 8”x 6 1/4” sight; 11”x 9” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 1,250.00
  57. Junius Brutus Booth Theater broadside ca. 1852; advertising a performance of the “Iron Chest” at the Chestnut St. Theatre in Phila.; J.B. Booth was the father of Lincoln’s assassin, John Wilkes Booth, 10”x 19”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00
  58. 3 Pres. Woodrow Wilson related items ca. 1915-17; postcard featuring a US flag dated June 13, 1915 and autographed by Pres. Wilson, 5 3/8”x 3 1/2”; framed portrait of Gen. Edward L. King, 12”x 15”; a 1917 certificate appointing Gen. King to serve as “Aid to the Grand Marhsal at Wilson’s Inaugural Parade”, 12”x 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  59. Calligraphy poem & small portrait ca. 1836-60s; framed poem dated 1836 by C. Keyser, 7 1/8”x 9 1/2” sight; 9”x 11 1/2” framed; print of a miniature portrait of a gentleman in a black-painted frame, 2 3/4”x 3 3/4” sight; 5 1/8”x 6 1/4” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  60. Die cut decals on glass panels & memorial ca. 1880-1905; seven peaked panels decorated with Victorian cherubs, angels, girls, animals and flowers with red bindings, 4 1/4”x 9 1/2”; framed memorial for Martha E. and Robert F. Suter and decorated with a mother-of-pearl and metallic sparkles in original painted frame, 13 3/4”x 17 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  61. 1895 East Lampeter Twp. sale broadside ca. 1895; letterpress with cuts of a pig, cow and bull advertising the sale for Christian P. Smucker printed by “New Era Printing House”, Lancaster, PA with a matt and frame, 21 1/2”x 27 1/2” sight; 27 1/2”x 34” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  62. Ephrata Twp. sale broadside ca. 1941; letterpress sale bill for the estate of Rosa C. Herman printed by “The Bulletin”, Mount Joy, PA with a matt and frame, 18”x 23 3/4” sight; 24”x 30” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  63. Group of 10 18th & 19th century religious imprints ca. 1793-1829; including some Quaker texts and some volumes with ownership inscriptions published in Philadelphia, Northampton, Exeter, New Haven and New York; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  64. Group of 6 18th & 19th century imprints ca. 1716-1826; 1727 Christliches Gemuths-Gespraech in original binding; 1793 Germantown catechism with weaving pattern on inside cover; four additional religious and political imprints; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 210.00
  65. Group of Lancaster Co. checks ca. 1865-1906; 49 pieces dating 1865-1906 mostly from Lititz and Elizabethtown with some Lancaster and Manheim, 9 3/4”x 11 1/2” pack; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  66. 2 deeds ca. 1793 & 1809; an 1809 patent for land in Rapho Twp, Lancaster Co. to Valentine Hyde on a form printed by W. Kneass, Phila., 20”x 11 1/2”; 1793 deed to Frederick Stohler for 81 acres in Mt. Joy Twp, Lancaster Co. signed by PA Governor, Thomas Mifflin, 16 1/2”x 13”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  67. 5 Lancaster Co. deeds ca. 1816-61; an 1818 deed for land in Mt. Joy Twp. between John Lehman, Brice Curran and Catherine Stohler; an 1816 Mt. Joy Twp. between John Frederick Rauch and John Wm. Rauch; an 1848 in Mt. Joy Twp. between Thomas Masterson and Abraham Gibble; an 1861 Rapho Twp. between Samuel Groff, Jacob Stouffer and David Brubacher; an 1848 Mt. Joy Twp. between Samuel Oberholtzer and heirs of Fred Stohler; 15 3/4”x 20” – 26 3/4”x 18 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  68. 3 manuscript deeds ca. 1810-32; an 1810 deed for land in Rapho Twp. between John Stauffer & John Eshleman, 21 1/2”x 17”; an 1829 Rapho deed between John Bartruff & Harriet A. Grubb, 17 1/2”x 22 1/2”; an 1832 deed between Thomas B. Coleman and the heirs of Elizabeth Kuntz for land in Londenderry Twp., Lebanon Co., 15 3/4”x 20 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  69. 14 Lancaster Co. documents ca. 1863-96; from the papers of Samuel R. Zug J.P.: deeds, agreements, conditions of sale and administrative accounts with names: Stauffer, Gibble, Pickel, Cupp, Becker, Young, Zug, Masterson, Shelley, Nissley, Demmy and Rice, 8”x 12 1/2” – 13” x 18 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  70. 11 pcs. mostly Lancaster Co. ephemera ca. 1856-87; consisting of 10 deeds with the names Hollinger, Stauffer, Zug, Greider, Ginder, Masterson, Shelley, Boyer, Brubaker, Frey, Stehman, Ebersole, Gibbel, Boffenmoyer and Good and an envelope for State Capital Mutual Relief Assoc. of Harrisburg, 9”x 4 1/2” – 23”x 18”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  71. 4 manuscript Lancaster Co. deeds ca. 1814-41; hand-written deeds for the families of Zug, Baker, Hyde, Leib, Gingrich, Groff, Grubb and one with signatures of ironmasters Clement B. and Edward B. Grubb, 20”x 16 1/2” – 22”x 34”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  72. 30 documents of mostly NW Lancaster Co. ca. 1809-94; consisting of 19 land drafts dated 1809-76; an 1894 deed to the German Baptist Brethren Peach Blossom Church in Maryland and 2 deeds, 1 agreement and estate documents all with family names including: Ebersole, Bruckhart, Brubacher, Loose, Kreiner, Masterson, Becker, Schenk, Ober, Gibble, Nauman, Geib, Stauffer, Metzler, Stoner, Grubb, Lehman, Rauch, Hoffer, Ebersol and Ginder, 7”x 8 1/2” – 17”x 14”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00
  73. Iron gooseneck tea kettle ca. 1800-50; fashioned from sheet iron and having a wooden finial, 13 1/2”x 9 3/4”x 12 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  74. 4 utensils ca. 1800s; wrought iron spatula, skimmer and ladle with a large brass spoon, 15”- 20”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  75. B. Kreider hand wrought wooden pump handle ca. 1850; hand wrought handle with decorative ball shaped end with double strike by maker on lower rail of handle, 3 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  76. 4 quart copper tea kettle ca. 1840; American tea kettle in dovetail construction with goose neck spout, marking on top of copper loose handle, and copper lid topped with a brass knob, 8”d, 11”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  77. Oyster knife & large rivet hammer ca. 1850-1910; rare D. Biehl double struck hand wrought oyster knife, 8 1/2”; 16 oz. rivet hammer signed “G.T.W.” (Germantown Tool Works) with file molded corners, 14”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  78. Tin quilt pattern ca. 1930-60; in tulip, bird and heart design having a copper wash, 9 1/4”x 12 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  79. 2 wrought iron utensils ca. 1830; both unsigned with rattail hinges: spatula with 6 star tool strikes on handle, 16”; undecorated skimmer ladle, 5”d, 19”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  80. 2 brass pie wheels ca. 1830-60; having turned wooden handles with file-decorated sockets, 6 1/4”x 1 1/2” & 6 3/8”x 1 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 825.00
  81. Set of 3 wrought iron utensils ca. 1800s; all with matching tool decorated handles: fork, 2 1/2”x 20”; spatula, 3”x 17 1/2”; skimmer, 6”x 20”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  82. Hand wrought Conestoga wagon stay chain ca. 1790-1840; fine workmanship on triple braid weave with three open links on one end and round link on other, 33”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  83. 3 primitive wooden scoops ca. 1800-1900; finely cut scoop having a shaped handle, 11 1/2”x 8 1/4”x 3 1/4”; a green painted example, 15”x 9 1/2”x 4 1/4”; a crude burl wood scoop, 10 1/4”x 9”x 5 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  84. Decorated pot pusher ca. 1770-1820; wrought iron pot pusher profusely decorated in geometric designs and florets, 6 3/8”x 5”x 4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 400.00
  85. 3 burl handled pots ca. 1850-1900; two having rectangular, carved handles, 13”x 9 3/8”x 5 1/4”; 11 1/2”x 6 1/4”x 5”; 7 1/4”x 6”x 3 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 290.00
  86. 2 rail iron toaster ca. 1880; unusual arched design pan with two toasting rails, light gauge metal with iron rivets, three feet and turned maple wood handle, 19”x 8”x 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  87. Wooden wall box ca. 1790-1840; refinished pine box having two bins constructed with handwrought nails, 10 1/4”x 20”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 425.00
  88. Salt box over 4 drawers ca. 1860-1900; pine, nailed construction box with an old red/brown wash and porcelain drawer knobs, 10”x 5”x 17 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  89. Walnut salt box ca. 1830-60; dovetailed with a shaped backboard and a divided spice drawer having a porcelain knob and an old refinished surface, 13 3/4”x 8 1/4”x 11”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 250.00
  90. Handwrought combination rush/candle lamp ca. 1900s; reproduction of early form pin and hinge construction rush holder with candle holder tapered socket on a softwood block, 12”x 4”x 4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  91. Primitive coffee mill ca. 1820; softwood base in dovetailed construction with make-do drawer having base plate tombstone ends in early form and having a replaced top plate with late 1800s turned cherry funnel, 10”x 7”x 11”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  92. Hand wrought Dutch crown/meat hook ca. 1800; eight hook crown with four twisted bar and hook construction decorated with four decorative standing doves having pierced work tails on scroll work decoration, 11”d, 14”h; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 425.00
  93. Adjustable handwrought roasting fork/stand ca. late 1800s/early 1900s; European-form tall stand with wrapped hook hand on three wrapped feet with roasting fork on spring pressed adjusting bracket; constructed in form of an early piece with accentuated hammer marks; 31”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  94. Large burl bowl ca. 1800-40; gouge carved bowl with taper shaved outside with the top left uneven, 10”d, 5 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 325.00
  95. 2 early hearth cooking pieces ca. 1800-40; small cast footed 1 quart kettle with wrought iron loose rod handle attributed to Phila., 5”h; combination cooking andiron/hanger with two andiron type mortised legs attached to a twisted bar hoop hanger, 14”x 14”x 9”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 260.00
  96. 4 wooden kitchen plates & bowls ca. 1800-1900; flat turned cheese dish, 7 1/2”d, 3/4”h; turned walnut grease bowl, 9”d, 2”h; turned bowl with make-do repair, 9”d, 2 3/4”h; turned maple kitchen bowl, 10 1/4”d, 2 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  97. Wrought iron bird roasting fork on stand ca. late 1800s; unique design Appalachian-form three fork design on central hub-turned grab pin having a shaped handle on a splayed leg design with green/blue paint, 17 1/2”x 21”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  98. Wooden scoop ca. 1850-1900; elongated form having a carved handle and varnished surface, 14 1/4”x 4 1/2”x 3 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  99. Carved butter paddle & soap ladle ca. 1830-1900; fine carved burle maple butter paddle with hook handle, 5”d, 9”h; large soap maker’s ladle carved of white oak with hooked handle, 7 1/2”d, 20”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  100. Hand wrought smoke house bar & hook meat trammel ca. 1770-1830; three hook adjustable arm on broad plate bar with diamond-shaped pierce work topped with a wrought iron loop link, 24”x 36”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  101. (2) turned burle wood mortar & pestles ca. 1800-1900; primitive Appalachian cylinder design mortar with copper brace band and cherry turned pestle, 4 1/2”d, 8”h; 18th century large burle walnut turned mortar with turned maple pestle, 7”d, 7”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  102. Large turned & carved mortar & pestle ca. 1800-40; large chalice-shaped turned walnut mortar with carved central ring on pedestal base and turned oak pestle, 5 1/2”d, 10”h mortar; 11” pestle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  103. Large turned mortar & pestle ca. 1800-60; fine mold-turned lignum vitae mortar , 6 1/2”d, 7 1/2”h; turned oak pestle, 12”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  104. Turned walnut mortar & oak pestle ca. 1850-1920; decorative pedestal base turned walnut mortar with lipped top, 4 1/4”d, 8”h; primitive turned oak pestle, 10”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  105. Hand wrought adjustable meat roasting trammel ca. 1770-1810; PA German design with four hook adjustable arm on combination bar with four hooks and having a key-hole pierced bar on rattail hook, 18”-24”x 9”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 260.00
  106. Hand wrought bar & hook meat curing rack ca. late 1800s-early 1900s; three hook adjustable arm on flat bar hanging on S-shaped brace-type top, 21”x 30”; S-plate 15 1/2”w; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  107. Softwood pipe box ca. early 1900s; hanging reproduction softwood pipe box with lower drawer having the front panel in dovetail construction and drawer in nail construction with the front having simple carved decoration, 18”x 7 1/2”x 4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  108. Hand wrought meat skewer set with 2 hook wall plate ca. 1800s; six identical skewers with round hook hangers, 9 1/2”l; wall plate has two splayed hooks on graduated ball plate, 4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  109. Fireplace trivet ca. 1820-60; having a pierced and shaped surface and a sculptural rear leg, 17 1/2”x 15”x 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  110. Large hand wrought handled fry pan & large trivet ca. 1800-1900; sheet metal pan with large wrought iron handle, 14”d, 36”l; fire trivet with twisted adjustable handle bracket, 7 1/2”d, 20” extended foot; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 200.00
  111. 2 cast iron footed kettles ca. 1810-70; Phila. style 4 quart “gypsy” footed kettle with loose rod handle, 8”d, 7”h; footed Dutch oven with loose handle having a seated rim and missing the lid, 11”d, 7”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  112. 8 quart cast iron kettle ca. mid 1800s; “gypsy” kettle  with maker mark of “MML” in circle having a loose handle on three cast high feet and correct cast lid, 11”d, 16”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  113. 2 pcs. cast iron hearth cookware ca. 1800-1900; iron ball-shaped tea kettle with loose wrought handle and cast iron lid, 8”d, 11”h; late design high footed “gypsy” 4 quart kettle with wrought iron rod handle and cast lid with star mark, 7”d, 11”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  114. Large carved wooden mortar & pestle ca. 1770-1870; Appalachian-style corn grinding mortar and pestle in hand-shaved construction with heavy carved cylinder shaped mortar and large crude axe-shaved pestle, 11”d, 26”h mortar; 36” pestle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 375.00
  115. Wrought iron fat lamp ca. 1820-70; having a standard mounted on a circular base and a font with an elaborately scrolled hanger and sheet metal floral appliques, 10”x 20 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  116. Large carved wood mortar & pestle ca. mid 1800s; Appalachian-style carved and shaved round cornmeal mortar and primitive carved peg through pestle, 13”d, 18”h mortar; 19”l pestle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 170.00
  117. Wrought iron candelabra ca. 1820-70; having four candle cups with twisted brackets mounted to a central standard resting on four feet with remnants of green paint, 8”x 8”x 11 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 400.00
  118. Large carved walnut mortar & pestle ca. 1700s; fine crafted gouge carved mortar made of walnut, 9”d, 12”h; matching walnut pestle, 23”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 190.00
  119. Pair of wrought iron roasting andirons ca. 1740-1810; three footed andirons with wrapped rattail tops and two roast bar hooks in a simple design, 19”x 12”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00
  120. Large turned pine mortar & pestle ca. 1840-1900; southern states grain grinding deep socket mortar, 7”d, 13”h; carved wooden pestle, 26”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  121. Wrought smokehouse meat rack ca. 1840; large four part hanger with large ring hanger having five loose hanging hooks: four with a four-hook design and one with a two-hook design, 10”d, 18”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  122. Cylinder-shaped carved mortar & pestle ca. 1800-60; early cylinder grain grinder’s mortar carved from softwood, 8”d, 12”h; pestle carved from hardwood, 14”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  123. Wrought iron smokehouse meat rack ca. 1770-1830; three part hanger with four meat hooks having the central hook with three large hooks and outer hooks with four hook design, 8”d, 14”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.000
  124. Ornate Victorian cast iron hanging match safe ca. 1890-1920; wall bracket with ornate grape design and box with fancy scroll design, 9”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  125. Large wooden handled bowl ca. 1830-60; carved softwood basin with two large ear handles, 20”d, 8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 375.00
  126. 2 early kitchen mortar & pestles ca. 1750-1850; fine large turned walnut mortar with matching turned cherry pestle, 6”d, 8”h mortar, 9 1/2”l pestle; primitive turned poplar mortar, 5”d, 6 1/2”h and turned pestle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  127. Turned oak foot wash basin ca. 1790-1830; huge basin finely turned on both interior and exterior, 23”d, 3”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 85.00
  128. Large hand wrought revolving grid iron with handle ca. mid 1800s; three pad footed base with large iron handle having a hanger hole and circular grid iron revolving grill, 16”d grill; 24”x 4” overall; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 80.00
  129. Wrought iron adjustable roast rack ca. 1900s; fine late crafted base having three wrapped and ball feet with ball tipped carrier and seven-tine adjustable meat skewer, 24”x 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  130. 4 small wooden kitchen mortar & pestles ca. 1840-1940; primitive turned bowl shaped mortar and walnut stopper adapted for use as pestle, 5”d, 3 1/2”h; primitive turned chalice mortar and carved decorated pestle, 3 1/2”d, 4 1/2”h; late turned maple pedestal base mortar and pestle, 4 3/4”d, 4 3/4”h; Scandinavian-style carved walnut cup and pestle, 3”d, 2 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  131. Butcher shop hanging utensil rack ca. 1880-1940; molded southern yellow pine backboard with central compass design having seven wrought meat hooks and a pair of side hand wrought hanger brackets with hand wrought nails, 38”x 13”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 400.00
  132. Large carved pine hearth side bread board on four legs ca. 1830-60; Appalachian-style footed hearth side bread board crafted from one slab of white pine lower portion and four legs with original dark finish, 31”x 18”x 7”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 230.00
  133. 3 turned burlewood pedestal base mortars & pestles ca. 1740-1840; 18th century burl oak mortar with pedestal base and partial paper label with late masher, 4 1/2”d, 6 1/4”h; highly figured burl primitive mortar with walnut pestle, 5”d, 6 3/4”h; burl walnut mortar with interior lipped edge and double end walnut “dumbbell” pestle, 5”d, 6”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  134. Wrought iron handle fry pan & trivet with handle bracket ca. 1860-1950; signed handled fry pan 12”d, 14” handle; simple three-footed trivet with extended foot and twisted handle bracket, 8”d, 16”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 230.00
  135. Unmatched set of 3 wrought andirons ca. 1860-1920; tri-foot andiron with bolt and loop serpent with raised head, 12”x 17 1/2”; tri-foot twisted and down-turned serpent head, 6”x 20”; tri-foot with twist and ball top, 9”x 15”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  136. Hand round meat curing Dutch crown ca. 1800-1900; European-styled plate and three brace crown with simple hook hanger having the central hook with four hooks and the three outer hooks with three hooks each, 10”d plate, 20”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  137. 2 turned hardwood mortar & pestles ca. 1800-60; large lignum vitae pedestal base mortar with round over edge and banded sides, 6 1/2”x 6 1/4”; high apothecary turned walnut mortar with match walnut pestle and early finish, 5”x 7 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  138. Hand wrought meat curing Dutch crown ca. 1840-1940; European-styled plate and three brace crown with simple ring hanger having a central hook and three outer hooks all with twisted bar triple grappling hooks, 10 1/2”d, 18”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  139. Turned burl walnut mortar & pestle ca. 1810; highly figured piece of burl walnut with deep vessel mortar, 5”d, 6”h; pestle is turned walnut with added tin pestle cover, 9”l; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00
  140. Hand wrought saw-toothed kettle trammel ca. 1760; broad saw-toothed plate with adjustable arm that has wrapped hook bracket arm, 19”- 27”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  141. 3 early wooden mortar & pestles ca. 1800-1900; low turned burl wood bowl mortar with matching pestle, 4 1/2”d, 3 1/2”h; turned walnut crock-shaped mortar and turned pestle, 4”d, 4”h; turned poplar pedestal shaped mortar with turned pestle, 3”d, 5”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  142. Huge hand carved butter trencher ca. 1800-1900; appears to be trencher adze carved from softwood, 33”x 23”x 10”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 200.00
  143. Pioneers turned walnut basin ca. 1740-1820; deep basin turned from walnut wood with exterior molded banding showing use in spring house with deterioration to base of bowl, 10”d, 5”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00
  144. Display board of herb & food choppers ca. 1760-1920; interesting collection of 18 various types of choppers from wrapped handles, T handles, two handles, meat cleavers, wooden herb chopper, squared handles, etc., 48”x 24” display; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 190.00
  145. 2 hearth cooking utensils ca. 1860-1900; small one quart cast iron two-handled kettle with lipped coal holder lid, 6 1/2”d, 4 1/2”h; wrought four-footed grid iron with nine rod rack, 13”x 10” plate; 16” handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  146. 2 turned wooden bowls ca. 1740-1800; deep turned walnut storage bowl with banded decoration to exterior of bowl, 9 1/2”d, 4 1/2” deep; deep turned walnut bowl with raised banding decoration, 10 1/4”d, 3 1/2” deep; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  147. Pioneer’s adze carved butter trencher ca. 1730-1830; primitive adze carved form with a non-uniform shape carved from maple with an early tin band; 18”x 16”x 4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 300.00
  148. 4 various wooden mortar & pestles ca. 1740-1900; 18th century turned burl walnut mortar with raised bands and primitive pestle, 5 1/2”d, 5 1/2”h; turned lignum vitae mortar with matching pestle, 5 1/2”d, 5 1/2”h; carved Catawba pedestal mortar and turned pestle, 4 1/2”x 4 1/2”x 5 1/2”; late 1800’s turned poplar mortar with pestle, 4 3/4”x 5 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00
  149. 5 cast iron hearth side bowls ca. 1840-1920; deep bowl with lipped rim, 11”d, 3”h; deep bowl with smoke ring base, 10”d, 4”h; shallow bowl with smoke ring, shallow bowl with round base and footed shallow bowl, all 8”- 8 1/2”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  150. Pioneers carved walnut burl water bucket ca. 1740-1840; “make-do” water bucket made from carved burl bowl having wrought iron strap brackets and handle and having early copper patches to cracks, 10”x 5”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 350.00
  151. Large pair of ball top three-foot andirons ca. 1760-1820; cast and wrought iron andirons with three wrapped spit holder brackets topped with ball on hooked arm, 18 1/2”x 18”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  152. 2 turned walnut bowls ca. 1740-1840; early pioneers butter bowl, 8 1/2”d, 3 1/4”h; spring house bowl with band decoration, 8 1/2”d, 3”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  153. Hand wrought round footed grill/gridiron ca. 1810; large round seven-rail grill/gridiron on three straight feet, 21”d, 6 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  154. Early turned walnut springhouse/butter bowl ca. 1800; early raised and recess band decorated butter bowl turned from walnut, 9”d, 3”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  155. Early clock jack ca. 1790-1840; having an iron frame and gears with wooden pulleys, 14 1/2”x 8”x 16 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 400.00
  156. 3 wooden bowls ca. 1800-1940; 18th century style walnut deep grease/soap bowl with raised bands and “make-do” 1820 tin patch, 6 1/4”d, 3”h; shallow kitchen bowl with interior and exterior bands, 8 3/4”d, 2”h; chisel carved pedestal base deep bowl, 8 3/4”d, 2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  157. Wooden stand ca. 1800-1900; having an adjustable standard in pegged construction for an unknown function, 21 1/4”x 10”x 11 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  158. Large cast iron footed caldron ca. 1800-60; approximately four gallon caldron with three cast iron feet and hanger ears in early form with two seam casting and raised exterior bands, 16 3/4”d, 11”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  159. Rare carved wooden “Medicine Man’s” chalice ca. 1760; small combined turned walnut chalice with carved hour glass shaped base and two open carved grasp handles having a combined use as a mortar and chalice, 3 1/4”d, 5 3/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00
  160. Carved walnut “Medicine Man’s” chalice/mortar with pestle ca. 1750; hour glass shape with three finger grasp handles on each side of cup including a dumbbell double headed pestle, 6”d, 7 3/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00
  161. Long rooster topped wooden kettle ladle ca. 1850-1900; primitive softwood carved kettle ladle with rooster top handle, tapered bowl and hanger hook, 25”x 4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  162. Cast iron foot caldron ca. 1830-60; “gypsy” kettle with raised bands on exterior and fitting iron lid with coal raised rim and wrought handle, 13”d, 10”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  163. Cast iron footed griddle ca. 1790-1810; cast iron lipped edge griddle with wrought iron hanger/handle and three iron feet, 15”d, 3 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00
  164. 2 antique carved spoons & reproduction ladle ca. 1860-1960; hickory carved large kettle wooden spoon, 25”l; large softwood butter ladle with hooked handle, 16”x 4 1/2”; 1960s re-creation dipper ladle, 4”d, 21”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  165. 2 cast iron hearth cooking utensils ca. 1780-1810; large iron footed griddle with three feet, two open cast handles and small lipped edge, 17 1/2”d, 5 1/4”h; cast iron footed tea kettle “relic”, 10”d, 12”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  166. Highly figured burl pedestal base mortar ca. 1900s; burl with lineal ray grain turned in chalice base, 5 1/2”d, 7”h; maple pestle accompanies, 8”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  167. Primitive carved two-handled cheese strainer ca. 1800-60; Appalachian/Pioneer “make-do” carved softwood large bowl cheese strainer with many holes, 9”x 10”x 3”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 270.00
  168. 2 turned burl mortar & pestles ca. 1740-1840; burl oak turned pedestal base mortar with turned walnut pestle, 5 1/2”d, 6 1/2”h; highly figure turned walnut burl mortar with collar for lid and cherry pestle, 5 1/2”d, 6 1/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 170.00
  169. 2 wooden household/farm accessories ca. 1900-60; softwood willow banded “piggin”/handled dry measure in coopered construction, 10”d, 12”h; oak re-created bevel edge slide lid hanging candle box in simple nail construction, 20 1/2”x 8 1/2”x 3”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  170. 2 18th century mortar & pestles ca. 1700-1800; rare two handled carved pedestal base mortar with turned pestle, 4”d, 7 1/2”h; turned burl walnut ship’s doctor’s mortar with matching pestle, 5 3/4”d, 5 1/2”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 130.00
  171. English combination kettle trivet ca. 1800-50; constructed with cast iron and hand wrought parts having a stand with three high feet and a leaf base, a center shelf for small stove cooking, a turned wood handle, and the spit/roaster with three two-prong forks on the plate mounted on the swing arm, 8”d trivet, 16”- 20”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00
  172. 3 carved pioneer ladles ca. 1780-1940; large carved maple cheese curd ladle with broad bowl, 28”l, 8 1/2”x 8 1/2” bowl; carved cherry water ladle with turned bowl and hooked hanger handle, 5 1/2”d, 20”l; large carved walnut cheese curd ladle with deep bowl and tapered handle, 24”l, 7”x 7” bowl; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 90.00
  173. 2 pioneer wooden utensils ca. 1740-1840; deep turned burl walnut grease bowl, 7”d, 5”h; chip carved maple handled mortar, 6 1/2”d, 11”l, 5 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  174. Meat curing rack ca. mid 1800s; yellow pine backboard with mission decorative crest and chip carving having two mounting peg holes and 17 wrought iron hooks, 34”x 9 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  175. 3 early turned wood mortar & pestles ca. 1760-1840; large lignum vitae mortar raised pedestal base, 5 1/2”d, 6 1/2”h and matching pestle, 9 3/4”; lignum vitae mortar with flared top and exterior bands, 5 1/4”d, 5 1/2”h with turned maple stomper, 9 1/2”; large rosewood mortar with flared top and exterior bands, 6 1/4”d, 5 1/2”h with oak turned stomper, 9”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  176. 2 oblong carved wooden trenchers ca. 1740-1840; large softwood trencher with end carry handles, 26 1/2”x 16”x 4 1/2”; shallow adze carved walnut trencher with single carved hanger bracket at end, 29 1/2”x 15 1/2”x 2 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00
  177. Pioneers driftwood hog trough ca. 1730-1810; trough made from driftwood mahogany, 31”x 8 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 80.00
  178. Lignum vitae double mortar & mallet ca. 1800-60; extra high pedestal base with open vessel mortar on top and bottom turned by the same maker having a lignum vitae mallet, 7 1/2”d vessels, 15 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00
  179. Adjustable bird roasting rack ca. 1760; combined cast and wrought iron bird roasting rack on finial topped rod with three arched legs and bell-shaped roasting plate with five two-tine forks, 11”d, 27” base; 10”x 10” plate; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 325.00
  180. Large grain grinding mortar & pestle ca. 1750-1850; primitive hewn mortar together with a club-shaped pestle, 9 1/2”x 9 1/2”x 17 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  181. 2 early hearth cooking utensils ca. 1730-1830; rare 18th century hand wrought combination kettle hanger/tilter with snake-type handle and latch lock for kettle handle, 17”x 6”; English plate warming rack with wooden handle, 11 1/2”x 5 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 280.00
  182. Red painted mortar & pestle ca. 1750-1830; turned wood in a vasiform style retaining an early red wash together with a shaped pestle, 9 1/2”x 9”x 17”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  183. 2 large turned wooden bowls ca. 1760-1860; turned softwood bowl, 15”d, 4”h; large turned maple bowl with thick step lip rim, 16 3/4”d, 4 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  184. Deep bowl adze carved trencher ca. mid 1800s; softwood trencher with white wash finish and side with thick grasp rail having “EMS” initials with date of 1821, 16”x 13 1/2”x 5 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  185. 3 primitive pieces ca. 1860-1920; gourd funnel with varnish finish, 5”d, 10”h; gent’s fancy turned walnut stomper with trick ring and mold turned handle, 12 1/2”; turned spalted maple carver’s round mallet, 3 3/4”d, 9 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  186. 2 redware pieces ca. 1840-90; heavy slope-sided redware bowl with thick interior manganese glaze, 4”x 16 1/2”x 17”; squat handled redware crock with flattened extended rim and strap handle having reddish brown to olive green lead glaze with manganese speckling, 4 7/8”x 7 3/8”x 7 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  187. Lebanon Valley redware honey pot ca. 1870; PA lead glazed redware having exterior manganese sponging on a reddish brown glaze with two incised collar rings and two incised lines on strap handle, 4 7/8”d, 5 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  188. 3 pieces of redware ca. 1840-90; PA lead glazed slightly bulbous crock having a reddish brown streaked interior glaze and a rolled rim, 9 1/2”d, 6 3/8”h; PA lead glazed covered slightly bulbous bean pot having a reddish brown streaked interior glaze, strap handle, recessed rim flange for lid, simple lid with button knob, large impressed “1” on pot’s bottom and an incised shoulder ring, 6”d, 6”h; bulbous redware jug with pouring spout, 4 5/8”d, 6 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  189. Pottery grouping ca. 1890-1930; salt glazed stoneware cylindrical salt cellar in iron wash with a rolled rim, 2 1/2”d, 1 3/8”h; Albany slip glazed cylindrical mug having a pair of incised rings at rolled strap handle terminals, 3 1/2”d, 4 5/8”h; three earthenware pie plates in various brown glazes with one having a plain rim and two having thickened reinforced rims, 7 1/4”- 8 1/8”d, 1 1/4”- 1 3/4”h; two PA lead glazed pie plates with one having a plain rim and one with a thickened reinforced rim, 7 1/8”- 7 1/2”d, 1 3/8”- 1 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  190. Wrought iron swivel/kick toaster ca. 1780; fine worked swivel toaster rack with twisted rail top having loop and spire turned bases on swivel mounted to pad footed base and a decorated handle, 16 1/2” rack, 20” frame; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  191. 2 cast iron kettles ca. 1800-1900; 2 gallon embossed footed cauldron/“gypsy” kettle with wire wrought handle, 11”d, 9”h; 4 gallon roasting kettle with coal lipped rim lid and wrought iron handle with rail hook, 12 1/2”d, 6”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  192. Iron warming trivet ca. 1750-1820; hand wrought with a slotted base having a fender with six horizontal bars, 18 1/4”x 13”x 14 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00
  193. Softwood adze carved mortar & turned pestle ca. 1830-60; adze carved burl softwood mortar having an extended handle, 9”d, 6 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  194. Hand wrought sawtooth kettle trammel ca. 1740-1800; fine design with early fire rail design strap top sawtooth trammel having a wrapped hook and ball handle latch adjustment, 20”x 5” rail top, 2 1/2” strap; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  195. 2 footed iron pots ca. 1800-40; deep pan having a loop for hanging and a cast lid with star decoration, 13 3/4”x 12”x 14”; a lidded “gypsy” pot in an exaggerated form, 9 1/2”x 9 1/2”x 10”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 230.00
  196. 2 iron frying pans on legs ca. 1800-50; one having a beveled handle stamped “W Foster”, 36”x 13 1/2”x 13 1/2”; one with a rounded bottom, 35”x 13 3/4”x 19 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  197. Large decorated fraying pan ca. 1820-70; wrought iron with punched decoration on sides of pan and having a silver-painted surface, 48”x 16 1/2”x 15 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  198. 3 turned mortar & pestles ca. 1790-1880; pedestal based turned walnut mortar in crock shape with a bat style pestle, 5 1/2”d, 6”h; high pedestal base cherry mortar with turned cherry pestle, 5 1/2”d, 8”h; large pedestal based lignum vitae mortar with flared rim and matching lignum vitae pestle, 6 1/2”d, 7 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  199. 3 large turned mortars & pestles ca. 1800-90; pedestal based burl walnut mortar with turned cherry stomper, 6 1/4”d, 6 1/2”h; very heavy turned lignum vitae mortar with flared pedestal based and turned maple stomper, 7”d, 7 1/2”h; turned cherry mortar on high pedestal base and oak turned pestle, 6”d, 8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  200. 2 hand wrought small kettle trammels ca. 1800-50; small bar and hook trammel with wrapped hook sand a thumb pad adjusting bar, 10”-15”l; primitive chain and hook trammel, 20” chain; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  201. Large “gypsy” kettle ca. 1800-50; cast iron, tri-footed kettle with wrought handle, 16 1/2”x 17”x 14”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  202. Small wrought iron toaster ca. 1800-50; an unusual size toaster having scrolled feet, 9”x 5 1/2”x 3”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  203. Egg basket & iron trough ca. 1800-1900; wire basket with fourteen ceramic eggs, 8”x 8”x 11”; small footed trough, 11”x 4 1/2”x 3 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  204. Wrought iron sauce pan ca. 1830-70; having a long handled supported by three tall legs, 22 1/2”x 10 1/2”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  205. 3 mortars & pestles ca. 1800-1920; late turned burl cup mortar, 3 3/4”d, 3 1/2”h with large walnut stomper, 9 1/2”l; early walnut turned pedestal base mortar, 5 1/4”d, 7”h with fancy turned walnut pestle 9”l; large walnut adze carved hour glass shaped double vessel mortar 9 1/2”d & 5 1/2”d, 14”h with inset grasp handle and late osage orange turned pestle, 17”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  206. 2 iron sauce pans & skillet ca. 1800-50; three-footed cast iron pan marked “1/2 K” and having a wooden handle, 23 1/2”x 7 1/2”x 6 1/2”; sheet iron pan with wrought handle, 25”x 8 3/4”x 5”; long handled wrought skillet, 18”x 11”x 9”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  207. Wrought iron toaster ca. 1800-40; having a beveled handle, penny feet and a twisted and scrolled bread holder, 16”x 12”x 5 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  208. Large mortar & pestle ca. 1780-1830; early carved hour glass shaped mortar with large central band and a rope twist carved decorative upper band, 9”d, 12”h; with a large two-side pestle/stomper, 15”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  209. Group of hand wrought hooks ca. 1850-1950; three various length twisted kettle hooks, simple S hooks, chain links, crane hooks, et cetera; 3 1/2”- 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  210. Wooden spoon rack ca. 1840-1900; having shaped ends, a mortised shelf and scalloped valances with later red overpaint and four wooden and fourteen metal spoons, 22 1/2”x 7”x 22”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  211. 2 cast iron gooseneck tea kettles ca. 1800-60; bulbous form with a cast lid and wrought handle, 12”x 9”x 8”; later kettle having a handle stop, 12”x 8”x 9 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  212. Wrought iron toaster ca. 1790-1830; having a shaped and beveled handle, scrolled feet and a twisted and scrolled bread holder, 15 1/2”x 12”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 290.00
  213. Frying pan & large trivet ca. 1780-1850; wrought iron pan having a pierced and tapered handle, 24”x 14”x 4 1/2”; hand wrought iron stand with scrolled feet, 14”x 14”x 3 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  214. Crudely carved wooden trencher ca. 1850-1900; having a carved handle and deep well, 24”x 8”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  215. Two-handled wooden bowl ca. 1800-50; having a well-worn surface, 19 3/4”x 14 1/2”x 5 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  216. Deep wooden bowl ca. 1850-1920; thin-walled and nicely carved bowl having iron hoops for carrying straps, 14”x 14”x 7 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  217. Wooden tray ca. 1850-1900; oval tray having sloping sides and a flat bottom with an old dark-stained surface, 17 1/4”x 13”x 3 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  218. Tea kettle tilter ca. 1790-1840; wrought iron having a hook for hanging and a faceted ball on its handle, 9”x 2”x 18”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  219. 2 handled iron pans ca. 1800-60; one in an elliptical form supported on three feet, 12”x 10”x 2 1/4”; one rectangular trough having four feet and a wrought handle, 16 3/4”x 12 3/4”x 6 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 900.00
  220. Iron hanging griddle ca. 1780-1820; hand wrought having a curved arm with a hanging loop, 14 3/4”x 15”x 19”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  221. 2 Dutch oven kettles ca. 1850-1900; one having a lid marked “P&B MFG Co” and “10 IN” manufactured by Phillips & Buttorff (Nashville, TN), 9 1/2”x 12”x 7”; one marked “8.C.O.”, 9 3/4”x 8 1/4”x 5 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  222. Hanging griddle & iron kettle ca. 1750-1830; griddle with a rim on the base and a twisted hanger, 12”x 11 3/4”x 11”; kettle with three tall feet and a bail handle, 14”x 12 3/4”x 6 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  223. 2 cast iron hearth cooking pieces ca. 1800-30; approximately three gallon, three foot cauldron/ “gypsy” kettle with cast iron lid, 10”x 12”; ball shaped tea kettle with bird spout, wrought iron hand and brass knobbed iron lid and base with three small feet, 8”d, 8 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  224. Early strap & hook trammel ca. 1750; hand wrought long strap trammel with two wrapped hooks and small punched adjusting holes, 40”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  225. Early hand wrought kettle tilter ca. 1750-1800; fine hinged trammel hook with long tailed handle with faceted diamond top, 26”x 14”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  226. Primitive wrought iron candle trammel ca. 1830; sawtooth and hook design trammel with two wrapped small candles hooked out from rod adjusted trammel, 22”-36”x 5”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 375.00
  227. 2 wrought iron bar & hook trammels ca. 1800-30; small kettle trammel with key hole and thumb latch, 13 1/2”- 22” with 1 1/2” strap; common form bar and hook design with large wrapped kettle hook, 20”- 28” with 2” strap; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  228. Wrought iron footed roasting fork ca. 1830; rat-tailed two-prong roasting fork with pinned arch foot base, 15”x 4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  229. Hand wrought meat skewer set ca. 1760-1800; matched set of eight long meat skewers and large round wrapped hooks on hoop shaped hanger with a ring top and lift bar rod, 20”x 10”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 270.00
  230. 2 wrought iron bar & hook trammels ca. late 1800s; unusual key-hole and latch design trammel with squared crane hanger and wrapped hook, 14”- 20” with 1 1/2” strap; primitive common bar and hook trammel, 19”-28” with 1” strap; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  231. 2 pcs. metalware ca. 1800-1910; large oval copper funnel with strap and loop hanger with the funnel consisting of shallow basin and a tapered spout, 12”x 9”x 9”; small cast and spun brass mortar with matching pestle, 5”d, 3 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  232. Small copper kettle ca. 1860-1940; appears formed from one sheet of copper with area around rod rim hand hammered and having a hand wrought iron handle, 12 1/2”d, 7”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  233. 2 early wrought iron hearth cooking tools ca. 1760-1800; unusual hanging kettle strap with two wrapped hooks, 14”x 1”; low round kettle trivet, 9 1/2”d, 3”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  234. 4 assorted kitchen utensils ca. 1840-1900; relic pruning chisel, 9”x 2 1/2”; primitive forged tool decorated tasting ladle, 3”d, 16”l; oyster/skimmer ladle, 2 3/4”d, 14”l; brass wheel pie crimper with wood turned handle, 7”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  235. Hand wrought trammel ca. 1830-1900; lightweight construction with two hook base having a rod adjustment on a narrow strap with a wrapped hanger hook, 15”-24”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  236. 3 various ember/coal tongs ca. 1800-60; hand wrought scissors-type tongs with twisted bar handles, 14”; hand wrought small tongs with egg-shaped top, 16”; cast construction tongs with ball/pad tips, 14”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  237. 5 various small cast iron kettles ca. 1860-1960; early one quart kettle with three feet and wrought iron handle, 4 3/4”d, 4 1/4”h; small three-footed handled fry pan, 5 1/2”d, 2 3/4”h, 4 1/2” handle; two late cast “gypsy” kettles, 2 3/4”d, 2 3/4”h; handled gourd shaped melting pot, 4 1/4”d, 2 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  238. 4 various kitchen/household primitives ca. 1800-1930; early half-moon kitchen chopper with wrought iron strap construction and wooden handle, 8 1/2”d; heavy round smoothing iron with handle, 3 1/2”d, 12”l; small hand wrought kettle lid with initials “SC” on strap handle, 4 1/2”d; late tin scoop with pipe handle, 7”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  239. Collection of 32 wrought iron hooks ca. 1760-1960; ten various size twisted kettle hooks, beam hooks, meat hooks, drive-type lamp hook, et cetera, 3”- 18”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  240. Cobalt decorated stoneware milk pan ca. 1840-60; salt glazed slope sided stoneware milk pan with brushed cobalt “2” over a bow at obverse of pouring spout with a molded ringed neck, pair of applied lug ear handles, Albany slip glaze interior and of mid-Atlantic region origin, 11 7/8”d, 5 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  241. Cobalt bird decorated stoneware crock ca. 1865; 1 1/2 gallon salt glazed stoneware cylindrical crock having a slipped cobalt bird on a stump motif and impressed “JA & CW Underwood/ Fort Edward, NY” having an Albany slip glaze interior and a pair of applied lug ear handles, 9”d, 7 7/8”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 475.00
  242. 2 gallon cobalt decorated advertising jug ca. 1890; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jug with slip cobalt inscribed advertising legend “Aug. Bactzhold/ Michigan St.” and impressed “2” and “J. Fisher/ Lyons, NY” (Jacob Fisher), 9”d, 13 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  243. 4 gallon stoneware crock ca. 1850; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware crock with brushed cobalt “4” having applied lug ear handles, Albany slip glaze interior and typical mid-Atlantic region high collar neck, 11 5/8”d, 14 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  244. 3 gallon cobalt decorated advertising jug ca. 1900; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jug with stenciled cobalt advertising legend “Geo. Fulmer/ 114 & 116 Varick St./Utica, NY” having a high neck with impressed “3” above shoulder, 11”d, 17 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  245. 2 gallon Cowden cobalt decorated stoneware jug ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jug with cobalt stenciled diamond motif having brushed cobalt daubs on handle terminals and impressed “2” and “FH Cowden/Harrisburg”, 9”d, 13 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  246. 6 gallon Cowden cobalt decorated stoneware crock ca. 1885; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware crock with a cobalt stenciled design, a pair of applied lug ears with brushed cobalt daubs on handle terminals and impressed “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” and “6” with cobalt highlighting and an Albany slip glaze interior, 13 1/8”d, 15 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  247. 3 gallon Cowden cobalt decorated stoneware jug ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jug with rayed diamond cobalt stenciled motif, brushed cobalt daubs on handle terminals and impressed “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” and “3”, 10”d, 15 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  248. Cowden cobalt decorated stoneware batter jug ca. 1885; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware batter jug with cobalt stenciled oblong design within a cartouche having a brushed cobalt foliate motif under spout and brushed cobalt daubs at handhold and handle brackets with a wire and wooden bale handle, large tin plated sheet iron lid, Albany slip glaze interior and impressed “FH Cowden/ Harrisburg”, 7 5/8”d, 7 5/8”h; Additional Photo 1 & 2 Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 1,550.00
  249. Cowden cobalt decorated stoneware pitcher ca. 1885; salt glazed slightly bulbous pitcher with cobalt stenciled oblong design within a scalloped oval and impressed “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” having an Albany slip glaze interior, 7 3/4”d, 10 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 425.00
  250. 4 pieces of Albany slip glazed Cowden stoneware ca. 1870-85; two pieces of slightly bulbous slip glazed stoneware impressed “Cowden & Wilcox”, 6 1/8”d, 6 1/4”-6 1/2”h; impressed “Cowden & Wilcox” cylindrical wax sealer, 5”d, 6 1/8”h; slightly bulbous jug impressed “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” with a large mouth, 7 3/4”d, 9 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  251. Yellow ware food mold & blue ringed mug ca. 1880-90; oval yellow ware food mold in ear of corn motif, 3 1/4”x 5 1/2”x  6 3/4”; yellow ware ale mug with pair of upper and lower raised blue rings, 3 1/4”d, 4 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  252. Large green seaweed decorated yellow ware mixing bowl ca. 1875; footed mixing bowl with green seaweed designs on a white band bracketed by a pair of brown rings attributed to Ohio, 11 1/2”d, 5 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  253. Seaweed decorated yellow ware mixing bowl & short canister base ca. 1875; both attributed to Ohio: small footed mixing bowl with blue seaweed on a white rim band, 6 5/8”d, 3 3/8”h; short concave canister base with a cadet blue border band bracketed by a pair of brown rings above a white mid-section with plum seaweed designs and a molded foot, 5”d, 4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 325.00
  254. 2 large blue seaweed decorated yellow ware mixing bowls ca. 1875; footed mixing bowls with blue seaweed designs on a white band bracketed by a pair of brown rings and attributed to Ohio, 10 5/8”d, 4 7/8”h & 12 1/8”d, 5 1/2”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 400.00
  255. Rockingham Pottery washboard ca. 1840-60; yellow ware pottery scour board with brown mottled glazing in a new pine wood frame, 23”x 13”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  256. 2 coffee related pieces ca. 1900; Royal Band wall mounted coffee mill with impressed floral/vine design top, 12”x 7”x 7”; 10 pound Gold Rule Blend coffee tin, 10”d, 10”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  257. Pair of stocking stretchers ca. 1840; high leg stretchers with chamfered edging made of softwood, 32 1/2”x 9”, [Provenance: Sold at Horst Auction Center, Contents of the Snow Hill Nunnery – August 1997]; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 60.00
  258. Walnut cutlery tray & 4 kitchen primitives ca. 1800-1900; walnut sloped side cutlery tray in nail construction with make-do repair handle, 15”x 10”x 6 1/2”; turned maple stomper, 11”; maple wooden spoon, 14 1/2”; softwood pastry roller, 1 1/2”d, 17 3/8”h; handled half-moon kitchen chopper marked “#4”, 6”w; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  259. 2 wooden rolling pins ca. 1850; Moravian style stretcher handled rolling pin with oak turned rails and stretcher, 14”x 7 1/2”; bird’s eye maple solid handle rolling pin, 2 1/2”d, 17”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  260. 2 wooden maple sugar molds ca. 1750; unusual oak carved round form mold on two block feet depicting a lady riding a horse and wearing a hat with a basket on her back, 11 1/2”d, 4 3/4”h; simple heart, spade and diamond primitive pine carved mold, 16”x 4”x 1 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  261. Springerle carved cookie board mold ca. 1890-1920; 30 card form sample mold board with delicate carving of birds, flowers and life accents all framed with various tool decorated frames, 13”x 9”x 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  262. 2 floral carved butter molds ca. 1850-1900; chip carved “daisy” with ornamental band print in a round tapered mold, 3 1/2”d 4 1/2”h; “pansy and frond” two ring band print in a round tapered mold, 3 3/8”d, 4 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  263. Cow chip carved butter print ca. 1870; decorative two-horn cow by water with a tree and chip carved accents having a band and crimped pie crust edge, 4 1/2”d, 3 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  264. 2 tin 10” candle molds with handles ca. 1850s; primitive six hole mold for 10” candles with upper and lower trays and a simple wrapped handle, 3 3/4”x 4 1/4”x 11”; eight hole mold for 10” candle with upper and lower trays and a raise beaded handle, 5 1/2”x 4 3/4”x 10 3/16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  265. Brass Dietz lantern ca. 1880; “Junior R.R. Light” tubular lantern with a clear globe and brass swing handle, 6 1/2”x 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  266. 12 hole tin candle mold ca. 1830; for 10” candle with an arch foot base, tray top and tin handle and wire ring hanger, 8 1/4”x 5 1/4”x 10 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  267. 2 early lighting devices ca. 1800-90; early unsigned sheet metal hog scraper style candle stick with small push up handle, 4”d, 7 1/2”h; tin inspector’s fluid lamp with magnifying lens, double vent cup, wire handles and tin bracket, 3”d, 7”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  268. Brass clockwork bottle jack ca. 1880; hearth cooking accessory made by Salter’s Mfg. is brass cased with a key-wound clockwork driving a 6”d iron ring with five eyelets for hanging meat, 4 1/2”x 13”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  269.  5 pcs. wooden kitchenware ca. 1900s; bird’s eye maple bowl, 10”d, 2 1/4”h; late carved cherry spoon/paddle, 8 5/8”x 3”; carved maple butter paddle, 9 1/2”x 5 1/2”; small wooden bowl, 8”d, 1 3/4”h; rectangular butter mold with two-star pattern print in a box joint construction on mold, 5 1/2”x 3 3/8”x 4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  270. 3 various tin candle molds ca. 1830-50; three hole 10” candle mold with tray top, 4 1/2”x 1 7/8”x 10 1/2”; four hole 10” candle mold with upper and lower trays and a bead braced handle, 3 3/4”x 3 3/4”x 10 1/2”; eight hole 9” candle mold with upper and lower trays and a wire braced handle, 5 1/4”x 2 1/2”x 9 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  271. Wooden butter paddle with prints ca. 1900s; decorative butter paddle with two-sided simple lollipop print handle, 6”x 11 5/8” with 3”d print; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  272. 2 butter working tools ca. 1850-1900; fine pineapple design butter mold with pie crimp border and ball grasp handle, 3 7/8”d, 3 1/2”h; German chip-carved swan print in a round cylinder mold, 2 3/4”d, 4 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  273. Carpenter’s tool tray with 4 primitives ca. 1870+; pine tool tray with center carry tote and sloped sides in nail construction with a varnish finish, 23 1/2”x 15”x 8 1/2”; softwood pie paddle, 25”x 6”; long cherry wood French-style pastry roller, 22”x 1 3/8”; simple softwood wash stick, 22”x 2 3/4”; cherry loose handle rolling pin, 2 3/8”d, 18”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  274. Softwood dough tray ca. 1860; tray with sloped sides, dovetail constructed lid with raised braces and all stained red during refinishing, 23 3/4”x 12 1/2”x 9”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  275. Overpainted wooden firkin ca. 1840-60; softwood coopered firkin with wooden bands, a loose steam bent handle with wooden pins and grain paint decoration over gray paint, 12 1/2”d, 12”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  276. Pearlware mocha bowl ca. 1830; with six “J double stroke” three color motifs on a teal-gray band bracketed by three blue rings, 8 3/4”d, 4 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  277. Mocha mug with seaweed band ca. 1840-60; mug with seaweed motifs on an umber band beneath a cornflower blue band bracketed by a pair of black rings having a strap handle with tooled terminals, 3 1/2”d, 4 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  278. Red spatter peafowl cup & saucer ca. 1845; pearlware handleless cup and saucer with a blue neck, yellow body and green tail peafowl decoration, 4”d, 2 1/2”h cup; 6”d, 1 1/4”h saucer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  279. “Virginia” stick spatter plate ca. 1860-90; earthenware plate having a typical “Virginia” stick spatter border and central brown transfer of a green frog among three grazing rabbits in a yellow grassland, 9 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  280. Rabbit stick spatter plate ca. 1860-90; “Virginia” center earthenware plate with black transfer of rabbits and green colored frogs and cabbages among trees and yellow grasslands, 9 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 300.00
  281. 5 pearlware “Early Adams Rose” plates ca. 1830; in black, green and red impressed “Adams” on reverse with indented rims, pair of 9 1/4”d, others 9 1/2”d; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 95.00
  282. Sold For 65.00
  283. Various stick spatter pieces ca. 1860-1920; plate with three hand-painted cherries or plums with green leaves and blue stick spatter florets having green skeletonized leaves and a plain two red ring border; two handleless cups and saucers: one with red stick spatter leaf border and one with a stick spatter design of red florets within green elongated diamonds bracketed by blue rings; child’s cup and saucer with dark brown stick spatter four petal florets interspaced by a pair of blue dots; child’s cup and saucer with a green stick spatter border of leaves; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  284. Cobalt decorated Cowden & Wilcox jug ca. 1870; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware jug with brushed cobalt beehive flower design, brushed cobalt daubs at handle terminals, impressed “Cowden & Wilcox/Harrisburg, PA” and having an Albany slip glazed interior, 7 7/8”d, 11”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  285. 3 gallon Cowden & Wilcox decorated jug ca. 1870; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware jug with brushed cobalt large spitting tulip, brushed cobalt daubs at handle terminals, impressed “3” and “Cowden & Wilcox/Harrisburg, PA” and having an Albany slip glazed interior, 10 1/8”d, 15 1/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00
  286. 2 gallon Cowden & Wilcox decorated butter churn ca. 1870; iron wash, salt glazed stoneware cylindrical butter churn with brushed cobalt pair of spitting tulips, brushed cobalt daubs on applied lug ear handles, impressed “2” and “Cowden & Wilcox/ Harrisburg, PA” and having an Albany slip glazed interior, 8 7/8”d, 11 3/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 280.00
  287. Cobalt decorated Cowden & Wilcox apple butter crock ca. 1870; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware crock with brushed cobalt closed tulip motif and weakly impressed “Cowden & Wilcox/ Harrisburg, PA” with an Albany slip glazed interior, 7 3/8”d, 6 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  288. Cobalt decorated Cowden & Wilcox cream pot ca. 1870; iron washed salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware cream pot with brushed beehive flower motif and impressed “Cowden & Wilcox/ Harrisburg, PA” with an Albany slip glazed interior, 7 5/8”d, 7 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  289. 2 gallon Cowden cobalt decorated jug ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jug with cobalt diamond stenciled motif, brushed cobalt daubs on handle terminals, impressed “2” and “FH Cowden/ Harrisburg” and having an Albany slip glaze interior, 8 7/8”d, 14”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  290. 3 gallon Cowden cobalt decorated crock ca. 1885; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware crock with cobalt stenciled design motif, brushed cobalt daubs on applied lug ear handles, impressed “3” and “FH Cowden/ Harrisburg” and having an Albany slip glaze interior, 10 7/8”d, 11 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  291. 3 gallon Cowden cobalt decorated jug ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jug with cobalt stenciled diamond motif, impressed “3” and “FH Cowden/ Harrisburg” and having an Albany slip glaze interior, 10”d, 15 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  292. Cobalt snowflake decorated jug ca. 1885; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware jug with cobalt stenciled snowflake within an oblong cartouche, brushed cobalt daub on handle terminals and an Albany slip glazed interior unsigned by “FH Cowden/ Harrisburg”, 7 3/8”d, 11”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  293. 2 gallon Cowden cobalt decorated crock ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with cobalt stenciled oval motif, impressed “2” and “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” having an Albany slip glazed interior and a pair of applied lug ear handles, 10 1/8”d, 8 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  294. Cobalt decorated Cowden butter crock ca. 1885; salt glazed stoneware butter crock with cobalt stenciled oval motif impressed “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” having an Albany slip glazed interior and a pair of applied lug ear handles, 9 1/2”d, 5”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  295. Cobalt decorated Cowden jug ca. 1885; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware jug impressed “FH Cowden/ Harrisburg” with cobalt stenciled oblong motif, brushed cobalt daubs on handle terminals and an Albany slip glazed interior, 8”d, 11 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  296. 2 gallon Cowden cobalt decorated jug ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jug with cobalt stenciled diamond motif impressed “2” and “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” and having an Albany slip glazed interior, 9 1/8”d, 13 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  297. 3 pcs. Cowden & Wilcox stoneware ca. 1870; all salt glazed stoneware impressed “Cowden & Wilcox”: two cylindrical crocks with inner flange to seat and lid, 6”d, 7 1/8”- 7 3/4”h; tapered cylindrical bottle with mushroom collar, 11 1/4”d, 9 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  298. Cobalt decorated advertising stoneware match safe ca. 1900-30; salt glazed truncated cone stoneware match safe with pair of cobalt filled shield impressions “American/ Brew Co/ Rochester/ NY” and spread eagle having a cobalt foot ring and tool patterned striking surface, 3 1/2”d, 2 7/8”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  299. A.C. Manwaring Bros. egg crate ca. 1900; box joint crate made by A.C. Manwaring & Bros. (Mentone, Indiana) having a locking lid with wire handle and stenciled “When I Get Full Take Me To T.J. Thornton, Albion, PA”, 18 1/2”x 9”x 10 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  300. Brass apple butter kettle ca. 1870; large size kettle with hand wrought iron hanger/handle having brass brackets attached with copper rivets and a simple wooden stirrer, 25”d, 17”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00
  301. Skinning board with 22 mounted tin cookie cutters ca. 1860-1930; early long hide skinning board display with collection of 22 various cutters having sheet metal and open backs with cutters in people, birds, fish, dog, cat, horse, etc. forms, 71”x 11” board; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 70.00
  302. 2 early carved maple sugar molds ca. 1820-1900; early plank style two-side deep carved birch wood mold with the front having a three large leaf and heart design and the back with an unfinished round mold, 22”x 7 1/4”x 2 3/4”; small rectangular five shaped birch mold with recess carved floral designs, 10 1/2”x 2”x 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  303. 2 W.S. Tyler brass sieves ca. 1900-20; “U.S. Standard Sieve Series” #4 sieves with 4760/.187 opening by W.S. Tyler Co., Cleveland, Ohio both with original brass tags, 12 1/2”d, 4 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  304. 8 brass kitchen utensils ca. 1850-1930s; five various scoops: a two piece graduated set with tubular handles; a two piece graduated cast brass set with brass tipped wooden handles; a grocer’s heavy scoop with cast brass handle and copper rivets, 8”-12”x 1 3/4”- 4 3/4”; two English measures with side mount handles, #4 & #6 sizes; German D.R.GM & D.R.P. brass cheese grater with iron looped handle, 14 1/2”x 4 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  305. Large tin sausage stuffer & 3 blade slawboard ca. 1840-1900; early hand press Seltzer & Makranczy, Cleveland, Ohio tin tubular sausage press with brass bands and a wooden plunger, 4”d, 18”l, 16” plunger; unsigned three blade slawboard with slide box in box joint construction, 24”x 9” with 7 5/8” square box; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  306. 3 early kitchen primitives ca. 1820-70; New England style large turned maple wood grain scoop with off-angle turned handle and band decoration on upper collar, 6”d, 10” scoop with 4 1/2”handle; large carved pine grain scoop, 12”x 6 3/4” scoop with 5” handle; wrought iron dough scraper with rod shaped handle, 3 3/4” with 4” handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  307. 2 wooden farm related primitives ca. 1850-1920; red painted oak band box dry measure having a softwood base with a steam bent oak band in nail construction, 11 1/2”d, 6 1/2”h; Elbs patent 12 egg wooden crate “Star Egg Carriers and Tray” by John G. Elbs, Rochester, NY in box joint construction with 12 wooden eggs, 8 1/4”x 6 1/4”x 3”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  308. Painted softwood prayer bench ca. 1870-1900; pine plank top prayer bench with red painted base, broad aprons and simple decorative legs having a top with evidence of early circular saw milling in nail construction, 32”x 6 3/4”x 7 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  309. Sheet copper & tin pierced candle lantern ca. 1790-1810; base metal tin with overlay copper sheeting and pierced work candle lantern having a single hinged door, large ring carry handle and additional candle holder mounted on spiral top, 5 1/2”d, 18 3/4”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 425.00
  310. Large tin candle mold ca. 1840-60; unusual 12 hole candle mold with soldered tin carry handle, side handle upper and lower trays and rod hanger holes punched in upper tray, 11 1/2”x 6 1/4”x 13 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  311. Pierced tin candle lantern ca. 1830; geometric design pierce-work lantern with single hinged door having decoration accented with upper and lower bands, pierced initials on upper band of lantern with a spiral top having decorative band and star work pierce-work and a small ring hanger, 5 1/2”d, 15”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 230.00
  312. Large 2 handle market basket ca. 1870; rectangular market keeper’s basket with two carved oak wrapped handles and a two-part rim having an oak splint weave, 30”x 17 1/4”x 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  313. 2 brass buckets/kettles ca. 1860-1900; “The American Manufacturers Brass Kettle #2” with brass brackets, copper rivets and a wrought iron handle, 10 1/2”d, 7”h; Hussen & Co., Pittsburgh, PA kettle with brass brackets, copper rivets and a wrought iron handle, 11 1/2”d, 7 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  314. 2 graduated size wooden firkins ca. 1850+; both coopered with clipped wooden bands, pegged steam-bent oak handle and varnished: smaller 8 1/2”x 7 1/2”; larger with maker initials “AE” inside lid, 11”x 10”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  315. 4 bird quilting clamps/pin cushions ca. 1840-1900; three factory made variant pattern clamps with pin cushion cups; one hand wrought bird top quilting frame clamp with a spring jaw beak, 2” clamps with 4” birds; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  316. 5 brass & iron kitchen utensils ca. 1850-1900s; F.B.S. Patent 1-26-1896 skimmer ladle with iron handle made in Canton, O.; butcher brass ladle with spade brace wrought iron handle; brass skimmer ladle with full brace wrought iron handle, 5”- 5 5/8”d bowls with 13”-15” handles; English cast brass ladle with solid brass handle and rectangular hanger hole, 4 1/4”d, 15” handle; late brass dipper with iron handle, 6 1/2”d x 3 1/2” with 12” handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  317. 3 animal-shaped chocolate molds ca. 1900-40; large prancing rooster two-part mold marked “Top” trademark No. 16 pattern, 11 1/4”x 8”; “Top” trademark two-part hen on nest small mold, 4 3/4”x 4”; hinged two-part squat form baby elephant mold with clip fastener, 5”x 4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  318. 2 brace framed rabbit chocolate molds ca. 1910-40; medium single standing rabbit with basket backpack mold in hinge construction with heavy bracing and multi-paint chips, 9 3/4”x 4 3/4”x 2”; two-seated rabbit medium mold with hinge construction having heavy bracing and two clips, 9 1/2”x 8 1/2”x 2 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  319. Large 2 handled Staffordshire toad mug ca. 1840-60; earthenware two-handled mug with two well colored raised relief panels of a hound flushing a pheasant and retrieving a pheasant with a large toad figure on the interior side wall, 5 3/8”d, 5 1/2”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  320.  3 English ceramic creamers ca. 1840-80; pearlware globular creamer with stylized floral and foliage design in blue, black, green and red, 3 1/2”d, 4”h; porcelain ribbed body creamer with delicate green, purple and red floral and foliage design, 3 3/4”d, 5 3/8”h; salt glazed stoneware slightly bulbous creamer with six-molded floral panels, 4 1/8”d, 7”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  321. 4 pair of handleless cups & saucers ca. 1835-55; porcelain cup and saucer with pink lustre floral motifs in green, purple, red, turquoise and yellow; pair of pearlware cups and saucers with floral wreath in black, blue, green and red; pearlware cup and saucer with stylized floral design in black, blue, red and yellow; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  322. Large two-handled Staffordshire toad mug ca. 1840-60; earthenware mug with two colored raised relief panels of three drinking men and a printed legend with a large toad figure on interior sidewall, 5 1/8”d, 5 1/2”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  323. Late Adams Rose dinnerware ca. 1860-1920; four late Adams Rose earthenware handleless cups and saucers with the saucers having a black ink back stamp “Royal Arms” and impressed with the “Crescent Pottery” mark on the reverse; late Adams Rose variant earthenware plate in black, blue, green and red, 9 1/4”d; large shallow bowl hand painted in greens and red with black ink back stamp “Societe Ceramique/ Maestrich/ Made in Holland”, 13 1/4”d, 2 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  324. 6 blue snowflake plates, cups & saucers ca. 1860-90; blue stick spatter snowflake ironstone plates, 8 3/4”- 8 7/8”d; handleless cups, 3 3/4”d, 2 7/8”h; saucers, 5 7/8”-6”d, 1 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  325.  Blue sponge decorated earthenware ca. 1860-1920; creamer with crooked handle, 5”x 4”; shallow oval bowl with scalloped rim, 1 1/2”x 7”x 8 7/8”; handled cup, 3 3/4”d, 3”h and saucer, 6”d, 1”h; bulbous pitcher, 6 5/8”x 5 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  326. Molded Rockingham glazed cuspidor ca. 1853; brown and blue glaze on a yellow ground molded cuspidor with grape clusters and foliage having eight sides in a scalloped oval shape with an extremely rare raised relief mark “Speeler, Taylor & Bloor/ Trenton/ NJ”, 4”x 8”x 8 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  327. PA lead glazed bowl & jelly jar ca. 1840-60; taper sided bowl with manganese sponged rolled rim and mid-section incised ring, 7 3/8”d, 2 7/8”h; slightly bulbous jelly jar in olive green glaze with yellow brown glaze on base, 4 1/2”d, 4 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  328. Slipware charger ca. 1840-60; PA lead glazed slipware charger having a white slip inscription “Amanda” with upper and lower single quill flourishes and a coggled rim, 13”d, 2 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00
  329.  PA lead glazed slipware plate ca. 1840-60; having two double quill bacon-like lines between three single quill bacon-like lines and a coggled rim, 11 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  330. 2 pieces of PA redware ca. 1840-60; manganese sponge decorated PA redware with reddish brown glaze: handled pot with coggled shoulder band with interior lid flange and a ribbed strap handle, 6”d, 5 5/8”h; handle pot with faint collar band, interior lid flange, strap handle and impressed “2” in base, 7”d, 7 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  331. PA redware pitcher with mottled band ca. 1840-60; PA lead glazed bulbous redware pitcher/pouring pot having a mottled manganese neck band with incised ring, recessed lid flange and a ribbed strap handle, 7 3/4”d, 8 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  332. 3 pieces of PA redware ca. 1840-60; small bulbous pitcher having two incised shoulder rings in yellowish brown glaze with uniform brown manganese streaking and a ribbed strap handle, 4 1/4”d, 5”h; small ovoid pouring pot in brown manganese glaze with two incised shoulder rings, a ribbed strap handle and interior lid flange, 4 5/8”d, 4 1/2”h; lead glazed redware bulbous jug with sponged manganese on reddish brown glaze having an incised neck and shoulder rings and a rolled handle, 5 1/4”d, 6 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  333. 2 pieces of PA redware ca. 1860-1920; pie plate with dark brown lead glaze, 7 1/4”d, 1 1/2”h; Henry Schofield creamer with typical reddish brown glaze and black stripe on foot having two incised neck rings and applied strap handle, 3 1/4”d, 3 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  334. 2 pieces of stoneware ca. 1900-30; hanging salt crock with stenciled cobalt designs, 5 7/8”d, 5 7/8”h; cobalt sponged kitchen bowl with fluted side and flattened rim, 10 3/8”d, 3 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  335. Cobalt decorated D.P. Shenfelder stoneware jug ca. 1880; one gallon salt glazed bulbous stoneware jug impressed “DP Shenfelder/ Reading, PA” and “1” decorated with Shenfelder typical brushed cobalt foliage and flowers having a daub of cobalt at base of strap handle and an Albany slip glaze interior, 8 1/8”d, 11 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 230.00
  336. Cobalt decorated Evan R. Jones stoneware jug ca. 1880; one gallon salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jug impressed “Evan R Jones/ Pittston, PA” decorated with a slip cobalt flower and having an Albany slip glaze interior, 8 1/8”d, 11 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  337. Medinger two-handled urn ca. 1920; PA lead glazed urn by Jacob Medinger with a pair of ribbed strap handles having a coggled rim and coggled shoulder ring with manganese streaks on a reddish brown to olive green glaze, 7 5/8”d, 10 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  338. Salt glazed stoneware jug ca. 1882; two-tone salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jug with brown Albany slip glazed top having a late 20th century added embellishment of a sepia bird motif (NJ type) and a shoulder with raised relief “Patd Oct 3d 82”, 9 1/4”d, 13”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  339. 6 Etruscan Majolica dishes ca. 1885; earthenware dishes with “GS & H” mark: pair of shell-shaped side dishes in brown, green and pink resting on three shell device feet, 1” & 1 1/8”h, 5 1/4”x 5 3/4”; four shell and seaweed saucers in brown, green and pink, 6 1/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  340. Majolica syrup & plate ca. 1885; earthenware sunflower and foliage syrup in yellowish brown and green on a blue pebbled ground with a silver plated top (patent date of Apr 26, 81) having a base weakly impressed “Etruscan Majolica/ GS&H” (Phoenixville, PA), 4 1/8”d, 7 1/2”h; American Majolica plate with raised relief designs of a brown hound and stag on green foliage against a yellow ground and four sectioned brown rim with pink and yellow contrasting flowers, 9 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  341. Majolica vase & mug ca. 1885; Majolica earthenware vase with 3/4 relief bird on branch on a tree trunk colored in blues, browns, greens and yellow and interior glaze in a bright turquoise, 7 3/8”x 4 1/8”; Majolica earthenware mug with sunflower leaves and butterflies in blue, brown, pink, white and yellow on a deep cobalt ground and a lavender interior, 3 3/8”d, 3 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  342. 2 earthenware Majolica pitchers ca. 1885; ear of corn form in brown, green and yellow with a lavender interior, 8 3/4”x 4 5/8”; slightly bulbous pitcher with raised design of flowers, fruit and foliage in brown, green, pink, white and yellow on a deep cobalt ground having a brown and white cat handle peering into the turquoise interior with a yellow rim; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  343. 2 small Majolica pitchers & creamer ca. 1885; tapered side pitcher with relief design of storks in a marshy landscape in browns, greens and pink with a yellow foot and rim and a lavender interior, 4 1/4”d, 7”h; small cylindrical pitcher with two panels of a pair of goats amid green grass and trees on a brown ground with a yellowish rim and lavender interior, 6 5/8”x 3 1/2”; cylindrical creamer with two panels of a goat amid green grass and trees on a brown ground with a turquoise interior, 4 3/8”x 2 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  344. PA redware bowl with interior band of yellow slip ca. 1880; PA lead glazed redware bowl having interior glaze with rim band of yellow slip attributed to Darlington Cope, Franklin Twp, Chester Co., PA, 7 7/8”d, 3 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  345. 4 PA round oak splint baskets ca. 1860-1920; Lancaster/Lebanon Co. type baskets typical of Jacob & Henry Menzer’s work: oval single handled basket, 11 3/4”x 12 1/4”x 15 1/8”; round single handled basket with bottom 2/3’s woven with smaller diameter splints and high kick base, 14”x 14 1/4”x 16”; round single handled basket, 12 7/8”x 10 1/2”x 10 5/8”; low two-handled sewing type basket, 5 1/2”x 8 1/2”x 9”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  346. 2 large rye straw bowls/baskets ca. 1820-50; expertly crafted tight weave ryestraw basket with oak splint completely covering collar, 11 1/2”d, 3 3/4”h; primitive form flat woven basket with oak splint weave, 12 1/2”d, 3”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  347. Bird’s eye maple bowl & ES&B crock ca. 1880; turned bird’s eye maple bowl with red stain wash, 11”d, 2 3/4”h; salt glazed two gallon stoneware crock with blue stencil design “2/ ES&B/ New Brighton/ PA” having an incised neck ring, square rim and an Albany slip glaze interior, 9 1/2”d, 8 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  348. Rye straw basket ca. 1840+; bee skep re-purposed for use as a deep orchard basket with added pediment base and upper edge, 14 1/2”d, 9”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  349. 2 rye straw baskets ca. 1820-50; early form bowl/lid with fine workmanship in a woven tight wrap with oak splint probably designed for covering storage jars, 10 1/4”d, 3 3/4”h; mid-1800 primitive form bowl shaped basket with oak splint weave, 10 1/4”d, 3 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  350. Storage keg with red wash stain ca. 1830-70; unusual cherry stave finished storage keg with softwood lid having a buzz-shaved exterior and interior with two steel bands, 12”d, 12 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  351. Turned walnut bowl ca. 1850; deep bowl with carved square pediment base and a hammered brass rim, 9 1/2”d, 4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 240.00
  352. Blue painted oak gathering basket ca. 1880; solid wood base with broad oak splint handle, broad work inner and outer rim plates in nail construction and having a drawn work oak splint weave with blue milk paint, 15”x 11 1/4”x 13”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  353.  Tool decorated sugar nippers ca. 1800-30; spring-back hand wrought nippers with “starburst” design at handle and a partial lock latch, 9”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  354. Large lidded pantry box ca. 1850-70; steam bent oak bandbox with softwood base having upper plates in nail construction with a loose wire pail-style handle and painted with blue milk paint, 12”d, 6 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 400.00
  355. Hamilton brass clock face ca. 1900-30; brass plate engraved “Hamilton/ Lancaster, PA USA”, 5”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  356. Double end hand wrought utensil ca. 1820; unsigned hand wrought spatula/flesh fork in primitive form with two-prong flesh fork at one end and a pierced spatula on the other end with a hanging hole drilled near spatula end, 21”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  357. Large matched pair of butcher’s ladles ca. 1850; with bevel-topped handles ending in rattail hanging hooks attributed to Lebanon Co., 5”d, 18 1/2”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  358. 2 unmatched brass & iron dippers ca. 1850; brass ladle in Lebanon form with wrought iron handle having a chamfered top and copper rivets, 6 1/2”d, 21”; brass ladle/dipper with broad grip iron handle and copper rivets, 6”d, 20 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  359. Miniature reaping hook ca. 1850-1900; having a turned wooden handle and nickel-plated blade likely for ceremonial purposes, 9 1/4”x 8 1/4”x 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  360. Huge bank treasury house door lock ca. 1840; early hand wrought box lock with spring catch latch having a pull bar, original key operating the heavy double dead bolt and includes escutcheon, 13”x 7”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 75.00
  361. Child’s butterfly Windsor side chair ca. 1840; five rod design bamboo turned back with butterfly brace in two rod top and bamboo turned legs and stretcher, 28”x 15”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  362. 3 pcs. polished copper utensils/tools ca. 1890-1920; large copper cheese curd ladle with approx. 1/2 gallon dipper and long wrapped hanger handle, 6 1/2”d x 8” with 12” handle; two graduated size oil funnels with brass thumb stopper, 7”d x 9” & 5 3/4”d x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  363. Fine copper trade sign ca. 1920; polished copper cone shaped hanging trade sign with impressed waffle cone design and impressed 5¢ topped with half ball and brass hanger, 6”d, 14”l; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00
  364. 3 pcs. polished copper kitchen utensils ca. 1830-1920; large apple butter ladle with pouring spout, copper wrapped wooden handle and large copper rivets, 8 1/2”dx 4 1/2” with 14” handle; copper and iron ladle with wooden handle, 19”; late copper and iron skimmer ladle with wooden handle, 30”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  365. 3 graduated copper pans ca. 1850-1900; fine early two piece sauce pan set with dovetailed construction and spade brace copper handles, 6” & 7 1/2”d; later commercial heavy grade fry pan with iron handle, 11”d; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00
  366. 3 primitive items ca. 1790-1900; large two-handle copper basin with two cast brass handles in shallow form, 15”d, 5”; unusual wall mounted funnel with a rain spout heading, 14” bracket, 10”x 7” oval top opening, 4” vessel to tapered spout; English cast brass double wick lamp with wrought iron hanger with twisted jamb/hook, 4 1/2”x 6”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 170.00
  367. 2 brass hearth kettles & iron tripod ca. 1860; brass kettle with two wrought iron handles, 13 1/2”x 6”; primitive brass kettle with make-do wrought iron rim and swing handle, 13”x 11”; late iron tripod; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  368. Small brass spring operated bleeder ca. 1830-50; small size brass bleeder with brass lever trigger to release spring operated lance with original fabric covered case, 2” bleeder; 2 3/4”x 1 5/8” case; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  369. Early pair of hand wrought side hinges ca. 1790-1810; simple lima bean cusp side hinge with matching pintles having bird’s beak cusps, 4”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00
  370. Hand wrought initialed flesh fork ca. 1860; simple form two-prong fork with simple file decoration and initialed “EL” with heavy wrapped hook hanger, 18”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  371. Simple tin horse & rider cookie cutter ca. 1920-40; unusual strap framed back with grasp handle and primitive form horse with capless rider, 6”x 7”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  372. Hand wrought flesh fork ca. 1842; flat two-prong fork with shaped pad handle and wrapped hook having a punch date of 1842 on handle, 18”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  373. Large horse tin cookie cutter ca. 1880-1910; flat back cutter having a simple form standing horse with rider wearing a coon skin style hat and two large grasp holes, 9 1/2”x 10”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  374. Hand wrought flesh fork ca. 1866; flat two-prong fork with taped flat pad handle and wrapped hook with initials “MB” and dated 1866, 17”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  375. 2 primitive form cookie cutters ca. 1880-1920; fine trotting horse with grasp handle and flat tin backing, 5 1/2”x 4 1/4”; odd wooden back tin cookie cutter of Germanic lidded pipe tin strapping with nail to cherry wood form, 5 1/2”x 14”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  376. Ephrata tauf-schein ca. 1805; having hand-colored designs of deer, birds and flowers recording the 1801 birth of George Kemper in Earl Twp, Lancaster Co, printed by Bauman & Ruth, 15 1/2”x 12 3/4”; 18 1/2” x 15 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  377. Watercolor of African-American ballerina ca. 1840s; attributed to Charles Shoettel, New York City, from an album owned by a Civil War veteran, John D. Ottiwell, and mounted in a molded frame, 3 1/2”x 6” sight, 6 1/2”x 8 7/8” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  378. Scherenschnitte tauf-schein ca. 1815; finely executed fraktur scissors-cutting with a heart and floral border attributed to Wilhelm Antonius Faber recording the birth of Nency Fuchs (Fox) in 1792 in Colebrookdale Twp., Berks Co., PA and mounted din a modern frame, 15 1/4”x 11 7/8” sight; 16 1/2”x 13” framed; Estimate $3,000.00-$5,000.00 Sold For 525.00
  379. Hand-drawn fraktur ca. 1900s; water-colored floral composition inscribed for Maria Druckenmiller, 1823 in Douglas Twp., Montgomery Co., PA and mounted in a painted frame, 13”x 9 1/2” sight; 16 1/4”x 12 1/2” framed; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 375.00
  380. Fraktur birth record ca. 1842; hand-drawn having angels, birds, an eagle and pierced motifs recording “Mary Fulmer was born Oct 11, 1842 in West Hempfield Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania” in a paint decorated frame, 6 7/8”x 10 1/8” sight; 13 1/2”x 17 3/8” framed; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 190.00
  381. Toleware domed teapot ca. 1830-70; lighthouse shaped pot with floral decoration having a domed lid, a bird’s neck spout and a braced handle, 6 1/2”d, 11”h; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 525.00
  382. Large turned burle wood bowl ca. 1860-80; burle chestnut oak with complex grain and bird’s eye stippling turned with raised collar, 16”d, 6”h; Estimate $200.00-$500.00 Sold For 600.00
  383. Wrought iron & cast brass footed fat lamp ca. 1780; hand wrought tri-footed stand with wrought adjuster bracket supporting cast brass three vessel fat tray, 18 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  384. 2 pc. wooden kitchen primitives ca. 1820-1900; early Moravian-style rolling pin with turned post and two stretcher arms, 15”x 6 1/2”; walnut slawboard with fan shaped grasp/handle and hand wrought wing nut on adjuster plate, 17 3/4”x 7 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  385. Toleware coffee pot ca. 1830-70; tulip and floral band base on a simple tapered toleware coffee pot with a tapered spout, 6 1/2”d, 9 1/4”h; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 400.00
  386. 4 hand wrought dough scrapers ca. 1760-1860; unusual tulip design scraper with socket handle; broad scraper with shaped top; small scraper with tapered square handle and an “x” on cap of handle; simple design scraper; 2”-4” scraper edge; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  387. Harbeson copper tea kettle ca. 1770-80s; gooseneck with a riveted spout and brass finial with stamp on underside of handle “7 B…arbeson” attributed to Benjamin Harbeson (Phila.); Estimate $800.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 600.00
  388. Copper apple butter kettle ca. 1850-80; dovetail constructed medium size copper kettle with hand wrought handle/hanger having a brace bracket attached with large copper rivets, 22 1/2”d, 15 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 240.00
  389. Smoke decorated tin pantry box ca. 1830-80; having a sloped hinged lid with small ring grasp, 9”x 9”x 9 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 95.00
  390. Red tole match safe ca. 1850-1900; pedestal base lidded cup match safe with waste pocket and abrasive surface on cup pedestal and lid with original red paint, 2 3/4”d, 4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  391. Tin bird roaster/oven ca. 1780-1850; early form tin reflector oven with mold decorated hinged viewing door having a spit/rod two wire hangers and two tin carry handles having raised tin feet and odd side spout for adding water for steam to meat, 22”x 18”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 70.00
  392. Cast iron 3 footed Dutch oven ca. 1780-1820; Dutch oven with tapered side and hanger ears attributed to Pine Grove Furnace, Cumberland Co., 13 1/2”d, 8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  393. Softwood kitchen spoon rack, mortar & pestle ca. mid 1800s; softwood spoon rack with drawer and towel rack holding 14 spoons with the mortar and pestle box added to rack with an iron mortar rest on side in rack and pestle is place in upper saddle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 95.00
  394. Amish-style pin cushion ca. 1930-60; large fabric upside down strawberry pin cushion mounted on upside down goblet with six dangling strawberry design small pin cushions in red fabric with green yard stitch work accent, 8”d, 10”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  395.  Hand wrought fish gig ca. 1850; signed M. Rese five barbed tine gig with socket handle having original wooden pole, 73”x 4”w; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  396. 3 wooden butter prints ca. 1850-1900; handled wheat sheath design butter print, 4”d, 3”h; acorn and oak leaf design print with tapered mold, 3 3/4”d, 4 1/4”h; floral and front design print with tapered mold, 4 1/2”d, 5”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  397. Sheet iron crowing rooster weathervane ca. 1930s; 3/32” sheet steel weathervane with sheet steel directional markers, 30”d, 53”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  398. National Store Specialty Co. candy scales ca. 1880-1920; cast iron scales made in Lancaster, PA with ten level viewer gage having a nickel plated base and shield medallion glass cover with partial original paint and a tin scoop, 9”x 10 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  399. Wrought iron pad footed rush lamp ca. 1760-1820; tri-foot base with pad foot base having a hinged jaw rush reed holder and side candle stick with wax drip cup, 6”d, 10 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 500.00
  400. Plank style maple sugar mold ca. 1840-60; double heart design with deep well carving in a softwood plank with initials “I.A.H.” carved in the back, 11 3/4”x 4 5/8”x 2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 900.00
  401. Edward Bierly “Tranquility” oil on board ca. 1975; two giraffes in the woods signed in the lower right with copyright mark for lithograph reproduction and also signed, dated and titled on reverse, 21”x 23” sight; Estimate $2,000.00-$3,000.00 Sold For 250.00
  402. Walter E. Baum oil on board ca. 1900s; winter snow scene with a creek and cottage signed “W.E. Baum” in the lower right and framed in a newer silver toned frame, 19”x 24” sight; Additional Photo Estimate $2,000.00-$3,000.00 Sold For 700.00
  403. James M.K. Waldron “Farm at Cocalico” watercolor on paper ca. June 1962; summer depiction of a quiet country farm signed and dated in lower right in a double matted frame, 20 1/2”x 14” sight; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 160.00
  404. C.H. Shearer oil on canvas ca. 1885; man fishing in a wooded area in a gilt frame with signature in lower left center, 23 1/2”x 13 1/2” sight; Additional Photo Estimate $2,000.00-$3,000.00 Sold For 1,250.00
  405. Victor Shearer oil on canvas ca. 1922; forest scene looking through trees to a house on the left in a newer gold-toned frame, 29 1/2”x 21 1/2” sight; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 525.00
  406. “3 Chicks With an Oyster” painting ca. 1900; well-done rendering of a reoccurring scene signed “MH” in a newer frame, 12”x 9 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 350.00
  407. Ben Austrian oil on paper ca. 1900; single palm tree along the ocean in a matted gilded frame, 4 1/4”x 5 3/4”; Additional Photo Estimate $1,500.00-$1,800.00 Sold For 950.00
  408. Paul McCarl “Snowball” sculpture ca. 2000; marble sculpture of a polar bear signed and numbered “97” on bottom of foot, 15”x 10”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  409. Large German bisque head doll ca. 1870; unmarked Heubach smiling character girl doll with brown glass sleeping eyes, kid leather jointed body, a modern Victorian full length brown dress with lace accents and a hat marked with incised “N”, 27”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 100.00
  410. Large unmarked frozen Charlotte porcelain head doll ca. 1880s; having molded and painted black hair, blue eyes, a kid style leather body, hands and fingers and a modern Victorian style outfit complete with pantaloons, slip, leather shoes, etc., 27”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  411. 57 pieces of “Mayflower” sterling silver by S. Kirk & Son ca. 1940-60; 49 pieces of weighable silver (62.7 oz. troy) including: a meat/buffet fork, a flat server, a sauce ladle, a pickle fork, a table spoon, a honey spoon, a vegetable spoon, (6) butter spreaders, (6) dinner forks, (6) dessert forks, (6) bouillon spoons and (18) teaspoons; (6) dinner knives, a cheese server and a pastry server with hollow handles not weighed; Estimate $700.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 950.00
  412. S. Kirk & Son sterling silver repousse cup ca. 1900-30; sterling silver floral cup marked “S Kirk & Son Co/ 925/ 1000/ 19” with initial “B” and double “C” scroll handle with simple veining details, 4.2 oz. troy, 2 7/8”d, 3 1/8”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  413. 3 pc. sterling tea set ca. 1930-60; monogrammed urn form/Federal style tea service including: a hinged lid teapot with urn finial having an ivory insulated handle with acanthus terminal and base marked “JE Caldwell & Co/ 925/ Sterling/ 1000/ Philadelphia” also marked “1325” and manufacturer’s mark for Frank W. Smith Silver Co, Gardner, Mass, 5 1/4”d, 9 5/8”h; a covered two handled sugar bowl with acanthus terminals, urn finial and same marks as teapot, 5 3/8”d, 7 1/2”h; creamer with acanthus terminal, 3 1/4”d, 5 7/8”h; 51.9 oz. troy total weight; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$800.00 Sold For 625.00
  414. Art nouveau sterling silver ladle ca. 1900-30; monogrammed sterling silver ladle with art nouveau decorated handle having a gilt bowl, handle reverse monogrammed and marked “Sterling” and “JE Caldwell & Co”; 10 1/2”x 3 1/2”x 3 3/4”; 5.9 oz. troy; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  415. Louis J. Cruise oil on canvas ca. 1914; house in the woods with a split rod fence and stream, signed and dated in the lower left in a later gold frame, 27 1/2”x 20” sight; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00- $600.00 Sold For 1,450.00
  416. Frederick Spang “Red and Green Cod” oil on canvas ca. 1880; of a red and green cod as titled on reverse and signed “Spang” on lower right in a newer gold-toned frame, 24”x 17 1/2” sight; Additional Photo Estimate $1,500.00-$2,000.00 Sold For 775.00
  417. George D. Falk oil on canvas ca. 1939; scenic wooded depiction of fall foliage and a stream with a boat and paddle signed in the lower right in its original gold frame, 23 1/2”x 14” sight; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 625.00
  418. Mary B. Leisz watercolor on paper ca. 1923; wooded scene signed in the lower right “M.B. Leisz 1923” in a newer frame with matting, 15 1/2”x 13” sight; Additional Photo Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 475.00
  419. Pair of French horse prints ca. 1945; “La Piche à La Ligne No. 2” (“Fine Fishing”) and “La Promenade du Matin” (“Walk in the Morning”) after Carle Vernet prints in gold frames with black and gold reverse painted matts, 11”x 9” overall; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  420. “Basket of Fruit” watercolor on paper ca. 1860; a well-articulated basket with plums, peaches, grapes, etc. in a later grain painted frame, 13”x 11” overall; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  421. Floral diamond on point pieced quilt ca. 1900-30; printed and plain cotton pieced and appliqued block on point surrounded by two borders with the back with Velcro for hanging and having a printed cotton back, 88”x 72”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 230.00
  422. Blocks on point pierced quilt ca. 1900-30; plain cotton fabrics in pierced blocks surrounded by two borders with border of pierced blocks on point having a cotton back, 84”x 72”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 350.00
  423. Sunshine and shadow Lancaster Amish quilt ca. 1935; pieced blocks in central area surrounded by a dark blue border in cottons, wool and synthetic blends and a green cotton back, 86”x 84”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 375.00
  424. Central star pattern quilt ca. 1940; pieced central star pattern quilt with two borders containing plain and colored cottons, 78”x 78”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 210.00
  425. Pieced Joseph’s Coat pattern quilt ca. 1900-30; pieced cotton strip of rainbow colors boarded on two sides with solid green and red banding and a brown painted back, 84”x 76”; Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 550.00
  426. “E.S. Reeser” hand-colored photograph ca. 1916; farm scene with several people looking towards the camera signed and dated in the lower left, 23 1/2”x 19 1/2” sight; Additional Photo Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 575.00
  427. James M. K. Waldron watercolor ca. 1965; a depiction of the old time Drehersville Store in Schuylkill Co. probably on Route 895 signed in the lower right and in the original frame, 21”x 14”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 200.00
  428. James M.K. Waldron watercolor ca. 1969; watercolor of the Mouns Jones House in Douglassville, PA signed and dated in the lower left with a description of the watercolor on reverse in the hand of James Waldron, 21”x 14”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 325.00
  429. B. Hackett, Reading, PA mixed media ca. 1885; watercolor, ink and photographic image of Jacob Goodman riding past the Berks Co. almshouse signed in the lower right and titled “Union House, Reading, PA, Jacob Goodmans Team” in the original mahogany frame, 24”x 16 1/2”; Estimate $800.00- $1,000.00 Sold For 550.00
  430. “The Court House” Reading, Berks Co.; ca. 1860; an accurate depiction “from nature by F.A. Holtzwart 1858” with good provenance on reverse showing original sale bill from the Old Print Shop to Donald Shelly at the Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, Mich., 10”x 8 1/4” sight; Estimate $300.00-$500.00    Sold For 240.00
  431. Henry Riegel “House in the Woods” oil on board ca. 1925; on academy board of a wooded scene signed “H. Riegel” in lower left in a mahogany frame with a gold leafed liner, 12 3/4”x 10 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 230.00
  432. Victor Shearer oil on canvas ca. 1936; winter scene with stream through woods signed and dated in the lower right in the original frame, 29”x 19” sight; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 300.00
  433. Pieced stars on point quilt ca. 1900-30; 16 block yellow star pattern quilt on point surrounded by a single brown border with a blue ground and a southeastern PA cotton back, 80”x 78”; Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 375.00
  434. Pieced orange & green bars quilt ca. 1900-30; cotton bars with printed small patterned grey, white, brown, blue and orange floral backing having star, vine and crosshatch quilting of southeastern PA origin, 86”x 84”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 160.00
  435. Pieced blocks on point quilt ca. 1900-30; blocks on point separated by nine patch blocks with green and red borders having a central pattern slabbing with cable stenciled borders, red banding and white printed back of southeastern PA origin, 90”x 90”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 625.00
  436. Lancaster Amish bar pattern quilt ca. 1900-30; brown and green wool fabric bars surrounded by red and blue borders, 80”x 74”; Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 950.00
  437. Double Irish chain quilt ca. 1900-30; red and green pieced blocks on point surrounded by green borders and having a blue, white and black printed back of southeastern PA origin, 82”x 82”; Estimate $300.00-$400.00 Sold For 250.00
  438. 4 gallon Sipe & Sons cobalt decorated crock ca. 1885; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware crock impressed “4/ Sipe & Sons/ Wmsport, PA” over brushed with cobalt having a brushed cobalt closed tulip and beehive flower, applied molded lug ear handles with daubs of cobalt on terminals, flattened extended rim and an Albany slip glazed interior, 12 1/4”d, 13 1/8”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 180.00
  439. Cobalt decorated Cowden & Wilcox jug ca. 1870; one gallon salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jug impressed “Cowden & Wilcox/ Harrisburg, PA” having cobalt brushed closed tulip design with daubs of cobalt at handle terminals and an Albany slip glaze interior, 7 1/8”d, 10 3/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 240.00
  440. 2 stoneware jugs ca. 1875-1930; two gallon salt glazed cylindrical stoneware liquor jug impressed “2/ RCR/ Phila” with an Albany slip glaze interior, a blob-type mouth and a molded strap handle, 9”d, 14 1/4”h; one pint size Bristol glazed stoneware cylindrical jug with a blackish blue advertising stencil “Hanlen Brothers/ Wine and Liquor Merchants/ Harrisburg, PA/ Our little brown jug wishes you/ (holly branches and bow motif)/ A Merry Christmas” with a flat collar mouth and applied handle, 3 1/2”d, 6 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  441. 3 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware cooler ca. 1860-90; salt glazed covered stoneware “Ice Water” barrel shaped cooler with incised foliate motifs and “Ice Water” having the inscription infilled with cobalt and two sets (upper and lower body) of three embossed cobalt rings separated by coggled beaded rings, a molded bearded man’s face bung hole highlighted with cobalt and an impressed “3”, an Albany slip glaze interior, typical Wingender domed lid with three embossed cobalt rings and a button knob with two embossed cobalt rings attributed to Charles Wingender, Haddonfield, NJ, 10 3/8”d, 14 1/8”h; Estimate $900.00-$1,500.00 Sold For 650.00
  442. 2 gallon cobalt decorated Cowden & Wilcox jug ca. 1870; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware jug with brushed cobalt open tulip motif, cobalt highlighted impressed legend “Cowden & Wilcox/ Harrisburg, PA/ 2” having cobalt daub on handle terminals and an Albany slip glaze interior, 9 1/2”d, 13 5/8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00
  443. 4 gallon cobalt decorated I. Semour Troy jug ca. 1850; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jug with slip cobalt floral designs with cobalt highlighted impressed mark “I. Seymour, Troy/ 4” (Israel Seymour, Troy, NY) with an Albany slip glaze interior, 10 7/8”d, 15 1/2”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 475.00
  444. Stoneware liquor advertising jug ca. 1884; one pint size Albany slip glazed stoneware cylindrical jug with stenciled “S.T. Suit/ Suitland, MD/ Little Brown Jug/ The Whiskey in this jug/ was made 1869/ And jugged by me/ 1884”, 4”d, 6 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 240.00
  445. Cobalt decorated stoneware crock ca. 1875; two gallon salt glazed slightly bulbous crock with Philadelphia-type brushed cobalt foliate motif having brushed cobalt decorated applied molded lug handles, two incised neck rings, impressed “2” on neck and an Albany slip glaze interior attributed to Richard Remmy, 9 3/8”d, 11 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00
  446. Graduated set of 3 yellow ware bowls ca. 1860-1920; decorated with three midsection white rings, 9 3/4”d, 4 1/4”h; 8 1/2”d, 3 5/8”h; 5 1/4”d, 2 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  447. 3 yellow ware bowls ca. 1900-50; one with three blue rings on rim and mid-section and faint recessed rectangular panels around neck and foot, 7 1/4”d, 3 7/8”h; two bowls with molded tight undulating line separating a “v” and “egg” like motif on rim with a mid-section blue band bracketed by a pair of pinkish bands above a square base with each corner connected by a molded swag and drape pattern by McCoy Pottery Co, 9 1/2”d, 5 1/2”h; 5 3/8”d, 3”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  448. Cabbage rose teapot ca. 1840; pearlware rectangular cabbage rose teapot in black, green, red and yellow, 6 1/4”x 4 5/8”x 10”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  449. 4 early Adams Rose plates ca. 1830; floral and foliage motif in black, green and red impressed “Adams” on reverse with one having a beaded rim and all with indented rims, 10 1/4”- 10 5/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  450. Blue edged platter & pair of plates ca. 1870-1900; ironstone blue shell edged octagonal platter impressed “Best Goods” on reverse attributed to Powell & Bishop, 10 1/2”x 13 5/8”; pair of blue spattered earthenware plates, 8 7/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  451. Blue spatter cup & saucer ca. 1845; pearlware blue spatter handleless cup and saucer with Adams Rose motif in black, green and red, 4 1/4”d, 2 1/2”h cup; 6”d, 1 1/4”h saucer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  452. 2 early Adams Rose dishes ca. 1830; in black, green and red and impressed “Adams” on reverse: plate with beaded rim, 9 1/4”d; deep dish, 8 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  453. Staffordshire toby figural items & 2 casters ca. 1860-90; seated toby jug with black hat and a forest green coat on a blue enameled plinth, 9”x 4 1/8”x 4 5/8”; two well colored standing toby castors with one having a pierced beige hat and one with a pierced black hat both on round bases, 2 3/8”d, 5 1/2”h; 2 1/4”d, 5 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  454. 2 Staffordshire figurals ca. 1850-80; well colored standing Scotch lady in earthenware holding a sheep and a sheave of grain, 9 1/8”x 2”x 4 1/8”; porcelain spill vase with Victorian huntsman and hound with a hare and pair of fowl, 4 1/8”x 3 1/4”x 3 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  455. Brown & blue transfer Staffordshire ca. 1830-1900; Staffordshire earthenware brown transfer of an oriental scene: four handled cups and saucers, two 5 7/8”d plates, four 6 5/8”d plates, two 7 3/8” plates and two dishes with an indented rim, 8 3/4” & 9”d; two blue transfer Staffordshire cups and saucers: pearlware handleless cup and saucer in blue willow design, 3 1/2”d cup, 5 3/8”d saucer; child’s handled earthenware cup and saucer in a Chinese domestic motif with brown ink stamp on saucer base “Staffordshire/ England”, 2 1/2”d cup, 4 1/2”d saucer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  456.  3 stick spatter dishes ca. 1840-1920; “Red Holly” ironstone plate in alternating red and green holly sprigs connected by a black undulating line with a central pussy willow wreath and four blue rings with the back impressed “Elsmore &/ Foster”, 8 5/8”d; deep dish with stick spatter black diamond scale rim and teal green brushed five petal flower with foliage and black stick spatter florets and buds having four teal green rings, black ink back stamp “Manufacture Imperiale et Royale/ Nimy/ Fabrication Belge/ Made in Belgium”, 9 3/8”d, 1 7/8”h; ironstone deep dish with central stick spatter red and blue pussy willow wreath and broad blue rim band and four narrow blue rim bands with the back impressed “Elsmore &/ Foster”, 10 3/4”d, 2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  457. Late Adams Rose ironstone ca. 1860-1930; with black ink back stamp of Royal Arms and impressed with “George Jones and Sons” and “Crescent Pottery” marks: two plates, 8 7/8”d; five handleless cups, 3 3/4”- 3 7/8”d; seven saucers, 5 1/2”- 6 1/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  458. Large stick spatter bowl & 2 Gaudy Welsh plates ca. 1860-1930; large earthenware shallow bowl in “Virginia” pattern with hand brushed blue, green, red and yellow floral and folate motifs with purple stick spatter florets and black ink back stamp “Petrus Regout & Co/ Maastricht/ Made in Holland”, 14 1/2”d; two Gaudy Welsh “wagon wheel” pattern plates with burnt orange wave lines, a copper lustre rim and inner circle and blue bar edgings, 6 3/4”d, 7 3/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  459. Late Adams Rose & variant ca. 1860-1930; Staffordshire earthenware: plate, 9 1/4”d and two handled cups and saucers; two Late Adams Rose variant plates both with green ink back stamp “Allertons/ Persian Ware/ England”, 6” & 7”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  460. Jacquard pattern coverlet in floral pattern ca. 1870; southeastern Pennsylvania wool and cotton one piece coverlet with applied fringes on three sides, 94”x 88”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00
  461. Lancaster Co. Amish quilt ca. 1950-60; multi-colored pieced sunshine and shadow with a plaid back and cotton and synthetic fabrics initialed “JK” on back corner, 80”x 80”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00
  462. Jacquard pattern coverlet by Henry Keener ca. 1843; wool and cotton jacquard pattern coverlet with center seam with fringes on sides and sewn on bottom edge with rolled top edge in green, blue and red wool and white cotton, 84”x 105”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 375.00
  463. New Jersey sampler ca. 1802; silk on linen needlework of a flower basket with a floral border and inscribed “Mary Lura Allen aged 9 years, Union, NJ 1802”, 18”x 17” sight; 19”x 18” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  464. 2 samplers ca. 1862/1900; an alphabet sampler dated in 1862 with strawberry border inscribed “Harriet A. McNeal, Aged 10 Years, St. Philips, Academy, Phildel.”, 22”x 22 1/4” sight; German sampler marked “M Schuh 1900”, 12 3/4”x 22”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  465. Sampler & embroidered sash ca. 1850-75; floral design sampler in wool flosses with a Bible verse and inscribed “Emaline Purnell, work in the 13 year of her age”, 17 1/4”x 17” sight; sampler of patterns with black binding and ribbons at corners marked “AG 1875”, 6 1/4”x 87”; Additional Photo's 1 & 2 Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00
  466. Quilt patterns ca. 1850-1900s; consisting of a wreath, tulip, crescent moon, sun, star and corner design cut from blue board in a plexiglass case, 16 1/8”x 20”x 1 1/4”; brass peacock pattern with raised detailing, 6”x 7 1/2”, 8”x 9 7/8”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  467. William Ney jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1870; wool and cotton single piece William Ney (Myerstown, Lebanon Co., PA) coverlet with applied fringe on bottom, 86”x 86”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 260.00
  468. Blocks & triangles pieced quilt ca. 1870; 25 block pieced quilt surrounded by triangles and solid red border with blocks in red cotton surrounded by red and green cotton printed triangles and a red border having a red and green floral printed back on a grey ground, 80”x 82”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  469. Joseph Klar jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1841; red, green and blue wool and white cotton one piece coverlet by Joseph Klar (Reading, Berks Co., PA) in a rose and star pattern with rose vine borders having applied fringes on bottom and self-fringe on sides, 100”x 88”; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 300.00
  470. Appliqued floral motif quilt ca. 1850; 16 block red and green on white floral and leaf appliqued quilt with floral vine borders, 80”x 78”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  471. Double weave blue & white coverlet ca. 1840; blue wool and white cotton coverlet with center seam and bottom knotted fringe, 86”x 70”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  472. 2 rabbit shaped chocolate molds ca. 1930-50s; tray top mold with four seated rabbits having basket backpack molds, 9 1/2”x 14”x 1”; hinged two-part seated rabbit form with heavy bracing and two clips, 5 1/2”x 2 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  473. 3 pewter ice cream molds ca. 1900-30; two-part hinged molds: bell shaped with a boy and seated cat on stool, 3”x 3 1/2”; two-side flower design, 3 1/2”x 4 1/4”; strawberry and leaf design with molded fluted base, 4”x 4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  474. 3 rabbit chocolate molds ca. 1920; all two-part molds: two “E Top” trademark graduated crouched rabbit molds in small and medium size, 7”-9”x 4 1/4”-6”; small hopping rabbit form, 5”x 2 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  475. 2 primitives ca. 1900-50; early enameled trade plate push bar sign of Bond Bread with black lettering and green accents on a yellow background, 18”x 4”; later wire rug beater with wooden handle, 26 1/2”x 10”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  476. 2 pcs. copper hollow ware ca. 1890-1900s; SWS 8 quart copper tea kettle with bird neck spout having a brass bracket handle, brass collar and knob accessories, 8”d, 12”h with 3 1/2” spout; coppersmith made watering can with fan-shaped watering head, 4 3/4”d, 7 3/4”h with 7 1/2” spout; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  477. 5 pc. matched set wrought iron utensil set ca. 1840; all with matched rattail handle tops and construction: butcher and skimmer ladles, taster ladle, spatula and two-prong flesh fork, 13”- 17”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 325.00
  478. 3 wrought iron kitchen utensils ca. 1830-60; non-matched but all with wrap-over hook hanger handles: tulip shaped spatula with chamfer edge handle; two simple form flesh forks, 12”-16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  479. French copper tea kettle with swing handle ca. 1850-1900; impressed mark on swing handle in dovetailed construction with a bird neck spout having a copper lid with ring top and hammered copper brackets with copper rivets, 6”d, 8”h with 2 1/2” spout; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  480. 3 copper vessel utensils ca. 1850-1900; butcher’s skimmer with iron socket handle, 15 1/4”d, 15 1/2” handle; copper ladle with full brace wrought iron wrap hook handle, 6”d, 18” handle; copper ladle in dovetailed construction with spade brace wrought iron handle with hanger hook, 6”d, 16” handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  481. 4 matched pair of brass candlesticks ca. 1780-1860; tall pair with screw-off round pediment base and exterior push knobs and three various medium size pairs, 7 1/2”- 8 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  482. 3 kitchen primitive gadgets & tin cheese mold ca. 1890-1930; Dover pattern improved hand crank egg beater with cast iron and tin parts by Standard Co., Boston, 10 1/4”; Edgar Mfg. Co. nutmeg grater with spring top nut keeper box, 3”; tin spice box grater, 5”; simple heart-shaped cheese mold with wrap handle having a pierced star pattern on base, 6 1/2”x 6 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  483. 4 various impressed ABC plates ca. 1870-1910; small round plate impressed with “Jumbo Elephant”; medium “Washington with 13 Star”; large size “Mary & Little Lamb” nursery rhyme; large size “Dish & Spoon” nursery rhyme; large size with “Hey Diddle Diddle”, 5 1/2”- 8 5/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  484. 3 pc. child’s toy tinware ca. 1830-1920; toleware tea kettle with stove pipe spout and tin lid with replaced knob, 2 1/4”- 1 3/4”d, 3 1/2”h; coffee pot with hinged lid and wire braced handle, 2 1/2”- 2”d, 3”h; tin milk bucket shaped candy pail with wire handle, 2 1/4”- 3 1/4”d, 3 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  485. “Golden Rule” blend coffee wall mounted mill ca. 1880-1910; trade advertising coffee mill with spring kept cup having an ornate cast iron mill mounted to an oak and pine sconce with the top cabinet having cast iron advertising for “Gold Rule Blend Coffee” with a glass view window from Citizen’s Wholesale Supply Co. (Columbus, OH), 18”x 5 1/2”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 250.00
  486. 1 gallon Tyler & Dillon jug ca. 1830; salt glazed stoneware ovoid jug with brushed cobalt “1” having cobalt highlighted impression “Tyler & Dillon/ Albany” with an Albany slip glazed interior, 8 1/2”d, 11”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  487. Cobalt decorated M. Tyler crock ca. 1830; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware crock with extended neck and pair of applied lug ear handles, brushed cobalt close tulip motif and impressed “M. Tyler & Co/ Albany” with an Albany slip glazed interior, 9 1/2”d, 10 5/8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00
  488. Cobalt decorated M. Tyler & Co ovoid stoneware jug ca. 1830; salt glazed stoneware jug with brushed cobalt floral design impressed “M. Tyler & Co/ Albany” and having an Albany slip glazed interior, 10 3/8”d, 14 5/8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00
  489. Stoneware cream pot & bottle ca. 1840-60; one gallon salt glazed bulbous squat cream pot with pair of applied molded lug ear handles and extended neck having cobalt highlighted impression “M Tyler, Albany/ Manufacturer” (Moses Tyler) and “1” with Albany slip glazed interior, 8 1/2”d, 6 3/8”h; salt glazed slightly tapered cylindrical stoneware bottle with plain broad sloping collar having a cobalt highlighted impression “Tyler & Co” with an Albany slip glazed interior, 4 1/8”d, 10”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  490. Cobalt decorated advertising wax sealer ca. 1880; salt glazed tapered cylindrical wax sealer with advertising stenciled cobalt design “GL Tyler & Co” having a crowned swag and “Clarington/ ?” (Forest County, PA), 5 3/8”d, 8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00. Sold For 150.00
  491. Stoneware liquor jug & handled wax sealer ca. 1880; two pieces of salt glazed stoneware with Albany slip glazed interiors: cylindrical liquor jug impressed “RCR/ Phila” with a blob top, 6 1/8”d, 9 1/8”h; handled cylindrical wax sealer, 6 3/4”d, 10 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  492. Yellow ware tapered nappy bowl ca. 1880; with eight raised daisy flower pads on base, 10”d, 2 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  493. 4 yellow ware mixing bowls ca. 1860-90; one with three raised white rings, 4 3/8”d, 2”h; one with brown band bracketed by a pair of upper and lower brown rings, 5 1/8”d, 2 3/8”h; one with three raised white rings, 7”d, 3 1/4”h; one with four raised white rings, 8”d, 3 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  494. Bag of approx. 40 Bennington glazed earthen marbles ca. 1870; various sizes from small to medium sizes all with Bennington-type brown glaze; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  495. 4 various blue & white ringed yellow ware mixing bowls ca. 1860-1930; one with base impressed “Ovenware/ Made in USA/ 4”, 4 3/4”d, 2 5/8”h; one with base impressed “7”, 7 3/8”d, 3 7/8”h; one 6 1/4”d, 3 1/8”h & one 8 3/8”d, 4 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  496. 2 glass creamers ca. 1845-1920; medium cobalt blue molded blown glass creamer in a twenty-rib bulbous form on a round scarred pontil base and having an applied handle, 2 1/2”d, 4 5/8”h; colorless three mold pressed flint glass creamer in “S Mocking” pattern (fifteen ribs of inverted diamonds) with characteristic scalloped foot and an applied ribbed handle, 2 7/8”d, 5 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  497. 3 pcs. blown glassware ca. 1860-1930; bluish green tapered vase with slightly enlarged base with an iron pontil mark on base, 4 5/8”d, 9 3/4”h; colorless cylindrical vase with milk glass loopings, a flared bottom and a scarred pontil base, 4 5/8”d, 10 1/8”h; thick walled tapered creamer with a flared rim and twelve vertical opalescent white ribs between cloudy colorless glass, an applied colorless glass handle and a polished pontil base, 4 1/8”d, 7 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  498. 2 blown glass creamers ca. 1860-1930; two bulbous creamers with applied colorless ribbed handles: one heavy cranberry glass in raised ring pattern with a  pontil mark on base, 3”d, 3 5/8”h; one white opalescent in coin spot pattern with a polished pontil and a diamond shaped rim spout, 4”d, 5 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  499. 5 “Hawkes” cut glass wines ca. 1940-60; uncolored glass wines having diamond cut bucket bowls on faceted angular stems on square bases, each with an etched “Hawkes” mark, 3”d bowls, 6 1/8”h; 2 1/2” square bases; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  500. 9 “Hawkes” cut glass water goblets ca. 1940-60; uncolored glass water goblets having diamond cut bucket bowls on angular stems on round bases, each with an etched “Hawkes” mark, 3 1/4”d; 6 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  501. 6 pressed glass Christmas/vigil lights ca. 1860-1930; in quilted pattern: three are colored forest green to lime green, 2 1/2”d, 3 5/8”h; three are colored puce to pinkish amethyst, 2 1/2”- 2 5/8”d, 3 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  502. 4 pressed glass Christmas/vigil lights ca. 1860-1930; in quilted pattern: one is white milk glass with “LP” mark in base, 2 1/2”d, 3 1/2”h; three are cobalt colored with one having a screw-neck closure rim, 2 1/2”- 2 3/4”d, 3 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  503. 6 pressed glass Christmas/vigil lights ca. 1860-1930; in quilted pattern: four are colored yellowish emerald to emerald green, 2 1/2”- 2 3/4”d, 3 1/2”- 3 5/8”h; two are deep amethyst, 2 1/2” & 2 3/4”d, 3 1/2” & 3 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  504. 4 pressed, molded & blown glass Christmas/vigil lights ca. 1800-1930; pressed glass, quilted pattern, globular light in yellowish green color with the base marked with a trident and “57386”, 2 1/2”d, 3 5/8”h; three molded and blown glass lights: one uncolored bucket shaped with large diamond pattern folded over rim and a scarred pontil base, 3 1/8”d, 3 1/4”h; sapphire blue globular fifteen vertical ribbed light having a folded over rim and a scarred pontil base, 2 3/8”d, 2 7/8”h; cobalt globular sixteen vertical ribbed light with a scarred pontil base, 2 1/8”d, 3 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  505. 9 tin cookie cutters & maple sugar mold ca. 1880-1930; five assorted star or sunburst cutters with tin handles, sheet metal backs and fluted edging having a leaf and tulip design, heart in box design, tulip in box design and flower design, three floral design cookie cutters, one heart design cookie cutter, 2”- 4 1/2”; maple sugar heart-shaped candy mold with wooden star carved form, 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  506. 9 assorted animal design tin cookie cutters ca. 1900-40; all sheet metal backed with seven having handles: a hen, four birds, a lion with mane, a seated cat, a lamb, a hopping rabbit, 3 3/4”- 4 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  507. 9 assorted tin cookie cutters ca. 1890-1920; all sheet metal backs with six having handles: eagle, fish, chick, leaf, man and bird designs in small to medium sizes, 2 3/4”- 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  508. 2 brass wheel pie crimpers ca. 1850-90; clock gear style crimper with brass S-shaped wooden topped handle, 1 5/8”d, 6 1/4”; small fluted pie wheel with arched decorating handle, 1”d, 4 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  509. 4 wooden primitives/utensils ca. 1820-50; tiger maple hinged two-part lemon squeezer/ juicer, 13”x 2 1/2”; carved maple butter scoop, 5 3/4”x 4”; primitive carved walnut slotted spoon/stirrer with a butterfly bracket, 16”; one piece carved cherry wood boot jack, 15 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  510. Group of assorted tin patterns & stencils ca. 1880-1920; four various pinwheel design quilt patches, 4 1/2”- 5”d; six assorted floral theorem style stencils or embroidery patterns & two geometric design patterns, 4”-10”x 2 3/4”- 5 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  511. Graduated set of cast brass sleigh bells ca. 1880; fine set of 23 double graduated cast brass bells with 1 1/4” leather strap, 76”l; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 170.00
  512. String of brass sleigh bells ca. 1910; muffled sound sleigh bell set with 21 brass bells on leather strap with fender washers on back, 80” strap, 1 1/2”d bells; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  513. Assorted group of various brass bells ca. 1860-1950s; early schoolmaster’s hand bell in spun brass construction with wooden handle, 6”d, 10”h; brass cow collar bell with nickel plated interior, 3 5/8”d; re-strung four bell rump bell set, 19”x 2 1/4”; graduated set of four shaft bells on modern oak mount, 14”; late Swiss cow bell, 3 3/4”d; N.S. #6 sleigh bell on modern strap, 3”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  514.  Yellow ware rolling pin ca. 1890-1920; hollow cast rolling pin with turned softwood handles, 3 1/4”d,  14”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  515. 2 Imperial Mfg. glass rolling pins ca. mid 1900s; both Patent 1921 embossed milk glass rolling pins with Imperial Mfg. Co. on end: one with a natural wood handle, 2 3/4”d, 18 3/4”l; one with green painted handle, 2 3/4”d, 17 1/4”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  516. 3 clear glass finger lamps ca. 1820-1910; small single burner fluid finger lamp in lattice and thumbprint design with pewter collar and cap and an applied handle, 2 1/2”d, 4 1/2”h; two mold moon and star pattern finger lamp with brass collar and burner, 2 1/2”d, 4 1/2”h; pedestal based loop pattern kerosene lamp with B&H burner and chimney, 4”d, 13 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  517. Paul Berry mallard drake decoy ca. 1980; carved and paint decorated decoy with glass eyes and signed and dated on bottom, 15”x 6”x 7”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 85.00
  518. Yellow grain painted hooded cradle ca. 1830; early dovetail and hand wrought nail constructed baby cradle with hood in yellow grain painting to mimic tiger maple and interior painted Robin’s egg blue, Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 75.00
  519. 2 door wall cupboard ca. 1840-70; refinished softwood having two recessed panel doors and an interior fitted with pigeon holes, 30”x 20 1/2”x 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  520. Dome-top trunk ca. 1820-60; softwood nailed construction trunk having remnants of a red wash on the surface, 26”x 13 1/2”x 16 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  521. Single door wall cupboard ca. 1830-70; mixed woods having a recessed panel door inset into a beaded frame with a molded cornice and two interior shelves with cutouts for medicine vials and an old refinished surface, 20 1/2”x 24”x 8 1/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00
  522. 3 earthenware mixing bowls ca. 1900-30; blue sponged Bristol glazed bowl, 7 1/8”d, 3 3/8”h; blue and brown sponging on yellow ware bowl impressed “6” on base, 9 7/8”d, 5 1/8”h; green glazed bowl with stylized hearts in triangles impressed “USA/200” on base, 9 7/8”d, 5 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  523. 3 pieces of Bristol glazed earthenware ca. 1900-30; small cylinder shaped pitcher with raised foliage and flowers on a rustic background with cobalt highlighting and impressed “18” on base, 4 3/4”d, 6 3/4”h; small bowl with cobalt rim and three areas of cobalt wash, 5 1/8”d, 2 1/2”h; bowl with cobalt rim and four areas of cobalt wash, 9 1/8”d, 3 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  524. 4 white ware food molds ca. 1860-90; oblong rabbit form mold, 3 1/8”x 4 5/8”x 7 3/8”; oblong large flower and leaves form mold, 4”x 5”x 6”; oblong bouquet of roses form mold, 3 3/8”x 5”x 5 3/4”; round pinwheel form mold with an off-white body, 4 1/4”d, 2 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  525. Brown glazed yellow ware batter jug ca. 1860-90; in bulbous form with turned wooden bale on a wire handle inset into shell form brackets with period tinned sheet iron lids for mouth and spout, 7 1/2”d, 8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  526. 2 interior glazed redware jelly jars ca. 1840-60; slightly bulbous small jar with yellowish brown glaze, 3 7/8”d, 3 3/4”h; tall slightly bulbous jar with faint “John W. Bell/ Waynesboro, PA” impressed on neck having a typical valley molded rim and finely speckled brown glaze; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  527. 9 pcs. Rockingham glazed yellow wareca. 1860-1920; pie plate, 11”d, 1 3/8”h; Turk’s head with smooth central cone and 16 slightly scalloped panels on outer wall, 9 3/4”d, 3 7/8”h; round hanging salt box mixing a lid, 6 1/8”d, 6”h; reproduction oval open vegetable with impressed “Vont” in a “S+”, 2 7/8”x 9 7/8”x 12 3/8”; reproduction oval platter with black ink stamp “Vont” in a “S+”, 1 1/2”x 10 3/4”x 13 7/8”; bulbous oval form creamer with molded foliage spout, 4 7/8”x 3 1/4”x 3 7/8”; bulbous oval form creamer with molded foliage spout, 4 3/8”x 3 1/4”x 3 7/8”; round urn form creamer with molded collar, 4 1/8”d, 5 1/4”h; small man-in-the-moon face creamer, 3 1/8”x 2 1/4”x 2 3/4”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  528. 5 Rockingham glazed yellow ware mixing bowls & nappy ca. 1860-1920; Mid-size mixing bowl, 7 3/4”d, three graduated mixing bowls, 7 3/8”d, 6 1/4”d, 5 1/4”d; small mixing bowl, 5 3/8”d; nappy, 5”d, 2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  529. 3 white ware food molds ca. 1860-1920; geometric form with a round base and an incomplete impressed mark, 5 5/8”x 5 1/8”; oblong geometric form mold, 5 3/8”x 5 3/8”x 6 3/4”; oblong strawberries and leaves form with recessed base, 4 3/4”x 5 3/4”x 7 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  530. Paint decorated tool chest ca. 1880-1910; softwood with a molded panel on lid and original pinstripe decoration on a black ground, 28 1/2”x 15 1/4”x 15 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  531. Pine splay legged stand ca. 1820-50; having tapered legs supporting a broad over-hanging top and an old refinished surface, 26”x 26”x 21”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  532. Set of 6 paint decorated plank bottom chairs ca. 1830-60; half-spindle chairs retaining an old olive green painted surface with pin striping and fruit decoration on rails, 15”x 32”x 18 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 190.00
  533. Grain painted blanket chest ca. 1840-70; pine chest having turned feet and interior till, butt hinges, a mortised lock and retaining an old grain-painted surface, 38”x 24 1/2”x 19 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  534. One drawer stand ca. 1820-50; softwood having a single drawer over turned legs, a shaped shelf, molded top and an old red-stained surface, 23”x 29”x 15”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  535. Softwood one piece corner cupboard ca. 1830-60; having a molded cornice over a twelve-lite door, interior with beaded backboards and plate grooves and a base with a single two-panel door supported by turned feet, 45”x 81 1/2”x 26 1/2”; Estimate $500.00-$800.00 Sold For 575.00
  536. Slant front writing desk ca. 1800-30; two-piece turned leg desk with stretcher base in mixed woods having a single drawer with cock beading below a dovetailed writing surface and an interior having a prospect with four drawers fitted with brass knobs and refinished, 41”x 50 1/2”x 21 1/4”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 190.00
  537. Hoop-back Windsor side chair ca. 1795-1820; having a saddle seat, bamboo turned legs, a double incised bow with the bow supported by nine spindles and a refinished surface, 18 1/2”x 37”x 17 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  538. Brass fireplace fender ca. 1820-60; serpentine form fender with brass finials and a wire screen, 56 1/2”x 15 1/2”x 15”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 230.00
  539. Pennsylvania German decorated chest ca. 1769; softwood dovetailed chest having shoe feet, an interior with till and strap hinges and retaining the original paint decorated surface consisting of tulip decoration flanking lozenges and inscribed “CHATARINA KORTZEN [Kurtz] 1769” with the end panels having lozenge decoration and lid fitted with a wrought iron hasp, 50”x 22”x 20”; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$800.00 Sold For 525.00
  540. Inlaid Empire chest of drawers ca. 1825-50; mixed woods with two-over-three  drawers having folksy inlaid tulip escutcheons, shaped end columns with applied tulip brackets and fitted with glass and porcelain knobs on a refinished surface, 43”x 45 1/2”x 22 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 90.00
  541. Softwood dropleaf table ca. 1810-40; having tapered legs, two leaves with breadboard ends, a scrub top and an old surface on the base, 42”x 28 1/2”x 25”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00
  542. Walnut tavern table ca. 1750-1800; pin-top table having a single drawer, turned legs and a T-stretcher with a refinished surface, 35 1/2”x 28 1/2”x 25”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 500.00
  543. Dough tray on legs ca. 1820-60; softwood having canted sides, turned legs and a T-stretcher retaining an old brown painted surface and lift-off lid with cleats, 39 1/2”x 31 1/2”x 19”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 150.00
  544. Paint decorated washstand ca. 1810-40; softwood with a single drawer, turned legs, shaped gallery and a bowl cutout retaining an early brown-painted surface and having yellow decoration, 17”x 37 1/2”x 13 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 85.00
  545. Grain painted blanket chest ca. 1890-1900; poplar dovetailed case having turned feet and retaining the original grain-painted surface initialed “F.K.H.” (Flora K. Hess, daughter of Franklin S. & Clara Hess, Elizabeth Twp.) on the front panel, 49 1/2”x 25 1/2”x 22 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 75.00
  546. Red painted child’s sleigh ca. 1860-90; softwood having a box with shaped sides above iron-clad wooden runners and retaining the original red painted surface, 38”x 17 1/2”x 15 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 200.00
  547. Dropleaf table ca. 1820-50; mixed woods with walnut top, tapered legs and having two drawers fitted with their original brass knobs having salmon wash on base and a refinished table top, 36”x 28 1/2”x 18 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  548. Grain painted blanket chest ca. 1890-1900; poplar dovetailed case above turned feet retaining the original grain-painted surface initialed “S.K.H.” (Stella K. Hess, daughter of Franklin S. & Clara Hess, Elizabeth Twp.) on the front panel, 49 3/4”x 25 3/4”x 21 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 90.00
  549. Chippendale 3 drawer chest ca. 1770-1800; cherry with pine secondary wood having reeded corner columns, a molded bracket base, molded top, drawers fitted with Chippendale brasses and a refinished surface, 45”x 36”x 24”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 400.00
  550. Softwood dough tray ca. 1820-60; dovetailed having splayed legs with turnings and an old varnished surface, 39”x 28”x 20 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 160.00
  551. Floral pattern jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1870; red and blue wool and red cotton one piece coverlet with central floral and leaf pattern, 82”x 82”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00
  552. Floral design jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1870; red, blue and green wool with white cotton coverlet having self fringes on sides and applied on bottom with a rolled top hem, 90”x 84”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00
  553. Floral appliqued quilt ca. 1900-30; nine block floral appliqued quilt surrounded by a swag border in green, red and orange solid cottons and red, white and blue printed cotton appliqued to a white cotton ground, 78”x 76”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 450.00
  554.  Henry Keener jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1843; blue wool and white cotton center seam star and floral pattern coverlet woven by Henry Keener (Womelsdorf, PA) for T.H. Jones having self fringe on sides, 94”x 80”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 290.00
  555. John Kachel jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1843; red, blue and green wool and white and blue cotton coverlet woven by John Kachel (Robesonia, Berks Co., PA) for Mary Evans having a floral border and central design with self fringe on sides, applied fringe on bottom, rolled top edge and a center seam, 90”x 86”; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 300.00
  556. Framed sampler ca. 1840s; wool thread on linen with landscape floral motifs and a verse inscribed “Susana 18 Rylands” and fitted in its original paint-decorated frame, 12 1/4”x 11 1/4” sight; 15 7/8”x 14 7/8” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  557. Framed sampler ca. 1830-50; having birds, dogs, floral motifs and a tulip border stitched in wool threads on a pieced linen ground and fitted in its original mahogany veneered frame, 16”x 11 1/2” sight; 21 1/4”x 16 1/2” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  558. Oak salt box ca. 1830-1900; sloped lid salt box in nail construction with a stepped-form spire style wall bracket with the base in cross grain oak with chamfered revealed edges and retaining a walnut finish, 9 3/4”x 8 1/4”x 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  559. 4 various snuff boxes ca. 1800-90; slide lid fruitwood gent’s slipper box with a softwood lid, mini brass tacks in base and tack accent buttons, 3 1/2”x 1 3/4”; English lacquered slipper snuff box with hinged lid, 3”x 1 1/4”; oval rosewood veneered snuff box with pewter accented hinged lid, 3 1/2”x 2”x 1”; .883 silver German snuff box with gift script inside, 2 1/2”d, 1 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  560. 3 trade advertising snuff tins ca. 1880-1980; fine Pearson’s Red Top Snuff, Byfield, Mass.; Sweetser’s Bros. Yellow Top “Salt Scotch” snuff, Byfield, Mass.; late W.E. Garrett & Sons, Phila. unopened scotch snuff tin with impressed lid and bar codes; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  561. Paint decorated stroller ca. 1860-80; early Victorian style doll stroller with spring carriage on a wooden running gear having orange paint, dowel and post rails, wooden hub high wheels and the lower portion faux cane painted, 32”x 13 1/2”x 27”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  562. Paint decorated cutter sled ca. 1860-1900; with cast iron swan tip runners and high arch braces, 40”x 16”x 18”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  563. Doll stroller with surrey top ca. 1850; spring buck-board design running gear with wooden wheels having a surrey-style fringed top and a bent wood and oak handle, 32”x 14”x 24”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00
  564. Small paint decorated bob sled ca. 1850; green and red painted bob sled with two heavy iron runners, 33 1/2”x 14 1/2”x 7”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  565. Hanging parlor lamp ca. 1830-90; with painted milk glass shade, prisms and chain retractor, 18”x 32”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 70.00
  566. Walnut inlaid carpenter’s tool chest ca. 1870s; dovetailed chest with walnut lid banding, bevel form lower trim, wrought iron drop handles on a heart shaped plate and the top inlaid with mahogany, 26”x 14”x 12 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  567. Diamond dye cabinet ca. 1880-1910; oak case with interior pigeon holes and a single door retaining the original chromolithograph tin panel on a refinished surface, 23”x 30”x 10”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 425.00
  568. J&P Coats’ spool cotton cabinet ca. 1880-1910; walnut case flanked by turned columns, with six drawers having brass knobs, a polychrome pressed tin inset panel on reverse and a refinished surface, 26”x 22 1/2”x 19”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 450.00
  569. Brass spring-operated bleeder ca. 1770; small wrought iron operated lever cocks spring fired fleam with small side catch lock and two prong depth step, 4”x 2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  570. Lt. Col. George W. Dare lap desk ca. 1860s; mahogany Civil War desk with lid having engraving of an eagle and two cannons with a metal shield engraved “Col. G.W. Dare 5th Penn” having a fabric lined interior and compartment with glass inkwell and feather quill, [Provenance:  G.W. Dare (1836-64) commander of the 5th PA Reserves mortally wounded at Battle of the Wilderness, file with additional biographical information accompanies]; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 1,200.00
  571. Field surgeon’s set ca. 1880-1920; consisting of a bone saw and six knives fitted in a mahogany case, 15 1/2”x 4 1/2”x 2”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 300.00
  572. G. Fockler gooseneck copper tea kettle ca. 1817-19; dovetailed with brass finial and stamped “G. Fockler”, 13”x 7 3/4”; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 600.00
  573. D. Bentley & Sons copper kettle ca. 1840-60; having two wire handles and a spigot marked by Phila. coppersmith David Bentley at 254 N. 3rd St., 13”x 8 3/4”x 5 3/4”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  574. Tin candle mold & iron wrist shackle ca. 1860-90; tin 12 hole candle mold with strap handle, 6 3/4”x 5”x 10 1/2”; small iron wrist shackle with two keys, 3”x 3”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  575. Group of metal accessories ca. 1900-30; quail shaped bottle opener marked “Rubal/ New York”, 3”x 2”x 5”; duck’s head shaped bill clip, 5”x 1”x 1 1/2”; pair of brass ladies standup boots, 4”x 4”x 1”; anchor shaped paperweight, 2 1/4”x 4”x 1”; iron horse shaped clip, 7 1/2”x 3”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  576. Brass mortar & pestle & bronze door knocker ca. 1900-30; mortar with matching pestle, 5 1/2”x 8”; bronze door knocker with cast rose design, 4”x 9”x 1 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  577. 2 brass figural door knockers ca. 1900-30; cast brass knocker in the shape of a hound dog, 5”x 7”x 3”; cast brass fox head door knocker mounted on wood, 7”x 4 1/2”x 11”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  578. 3 food molds ca. 1900-30; two heavy ice cream molds with wooden handles, 8”x 2 1/2”x 2” & 8”x 2 1/2”x 5”; an iron pastry mold, 2”x 2”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  579. Bradley & Hubbard & other desk accessories ca. 1900-30; five piece ornate cast brass set by Bradley & Hubbard includes: a letter stand, calendar holder, ink stand, blotter and stamp box; two additional stamp boxes in cast brass with one having acro-agate mounts; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 75.00
  580. 2 copper items ca. 1740-1880; English pear-shaped dovetailed measure/ewer with wrought iron handles and a tapered foot, 5 3/8”d, 8 5/8”h; rectangular handled broiler with lid in seamed construction with a tin washed interior, 7 7/8”x 5 1/2”x 10 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  581. 2 wooden butter stamps ca. 1840-90; one piece wooden butter print and handle carved in a sunflower and leaves motif with a triple ring border, 3 3/4”d, 2 7/8”h; machine carved wooden disc of a round cased butter mold in berries and leaves motif with a double ring border and initialed “WM”, 3 1/4”d, 1 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  582. 11 blue willow pearlware & earthenware dishes ca. 1800s; four earthenware dishes with unidentified impressed marks, 10 3/4”d, three pearlware plates, 9 7/8”d; four pearlware cup plates, 4 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  583. 4 pearlware blue willow dishes ca. 1805-1825; one impressed “Clews/ Warrented/ Staffordshire”, 8 1/2”d; deep dish impressed “Clews Warrented Staffordshire” and with blue ink mark “Clews/Stone China”, 9 3/4”d, 1 3/8”h; pair of impressed “Harley & Co”, 9 7/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  584. 6 pearlware blue willow plates ca. 1825; transfer plates, 9 7/8”- 10”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  585. 4 pcs. pearlware ca. 1830; plate with variant rose design and bead and diamond molded rim with pink lustre bands, 7 5/8”d; Queen’s Rose plate with vine and flower border and an indented rim, 7 1/8”d; Queen’s Rose toddy plate with vine and flower border and an indented rim, 5 1/4”d; Gaudy Dutch oyster saucer with an orange ground, eight panel border and a reddish brown rim, 5 3/8”d, 1 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  586. Queen’s Rose cup, saucer & creamer ca. 1830; pearlware with vine and flower borders: handleless cup and saucer and an oblong creamer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  587. 5 Early Adams Rose plates ca. 1835; three impressed “Adams”, 9 3/8”d, 8 1/2”d & 7 1/2”d; one with a beaded rim and impressed “Adams”, 8”d; one with a beaded rim, 6 7/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  588. 6 stick spatter items ca. 1870-90; child’s handleless cup and saucer decorated with black, dotted, nine point stars on a blue band bracketed by two red rings; four Portneuf-type rosette pattern plates with red six-petaled flowers having green arrowheads and two dots; ironstone dogwood plate in black, green and red with double blue border of dotted irregular smoke rings and a joined horizontal “C”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  589. Blue edged pearlware cup plate & plate ca. 1830; both with raised beaded, palmate and feathered rims with double indentations and impressed “Adams Warranted Staffordshire”, 3 5/8”d & 10 5/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  590. Blue edged pearlware deep dish & bowl ca. 1810-30; shell edged deep dish, 8 3/8”d, 1 1/4”h; beaded bowl, 5 1/2”d, 1 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  591. Pearlware & Wedgwood china ca. 1830; pearlware handleless cup and saucer with pinkish flowers, green leaves, orange buds and orange-brown rims, 4”d, 2 1/2”h cup, 5 7/8”d saucer; Wedgwood creamer with chinoiserie motifs, a yellowish rim and a base with impressed “Wedgwood” mark, 3 1/2”d, 3 5/8”h;Wedgwood pitcher with orange-red band having flowering prunus branch motifs in black, green, pink and red gilt handle and border rings with faintly impressed “Wedgwood” on base, 5 3/4”d, 6 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  592. Canton creamer & decorated ginger jar ca. 1840-60; Chinese export porcelain hog nose blue Canton creamer, 3 3/8”d, 3 1/4”h; bulbous stoneware ginger jar with polychromal decorations of courtyard, dragon parade, horseman and dragon boat scenes in blue, brown, green, orange, pink and white on a celadon ground with a hardwood lid by association, 9 1/8”d, 7 1/8”h jar; 3 5/8”d, 1”h lid; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  593. 4 pcs. English earthenware ca. 1830-80; open work lattice basket; oval sugar impressed “H” with green foliage vine and an undulating blue band with attached green, orange and yellow floral motif; bulbous creamer with simple black, blue, green and red floral and foliage motifs; pearlware covered sugar with blue brushed flower bud and sunflower motif; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  594. Gaudy Welsh “tulip” tea service ca. 1865; porcelain tea service including: a twelve-sided covered teapot on a six-footed open base; covered sugar on a six-footed open base; a globular creamer with a round base; eight handled cups and saucers; eight dessert plates; two biscuit plates; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 280.00
  595. Thomas Doughty “View of the Fair Mount Works” ca. 1826; engraved by C.G. Childs, this uncolored print is dedicated to Joseph S. Lewis, Esquire in the original frame with reverse painted gold and black glass, 20 1/2”x 16” sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 300.00
  596. “Cascading Stream” oil on canvas ca. 1880; well executed wooden scene, 44”x 27”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  597. Robert A. Seaquist painting ca. 1910; forest scene in the manner of C.H. Shearer but was executed by Seaquist (Berks Co., PA), 25 1/2”x 42”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 250.00
  598. Flora Moyer attributed oil on silk ca. 1900; floral decoration surrounding small figures spelling an indecipherable phrase within a tramp art frame, 19 3/4”x 18” sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  599. Arthur Burdett Frost attributed “The Conciliator” sketch ca. 1900; pencil on paper sketch along with A Book of Drawings by A.B. Frost in which this sketch is illustrated, 20”x 12 1/2” sight; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 300.00
  600. Currier & Ives lithograph ca. 1870s; “The Great Fire at Boston – Nov. 9th & 10th 1872” view from the harbor side with steam ships, schooners and a city fully engulfed in flames framed in a mahogany frame, 20 1/2”x 17” framed; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00
  601. Colorized Currier & Ives lithograph ca. 1870s; “The Burning of Chicago” harbor side view of tall ships, steam engine, train and city fully engulfed in flames in a mahogany frame with matting, 20 1/2”x 17” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  602. N. Currier lithograph ca. 1850s; “Great Fire at St. Louis, Mo – Thursday Night May 17th, 1849” black and white print with yellow accents picturing steamboats and building ablaze in a mahogany frame, 19 1/2”x 15 5/8” framed; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00
  603. Framed Currier & Ives colorized print ca. 1870s; “The Great Fire at Boston” from harbor side with steam boats and schooner’s city erupting in flames in a period mahogany veneer frame, 17”x 13”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  604. 2 early re-print Currier prints ca. 1930; both framed in matching mahogany veneered frames: Currier & Ives “Home to Thanksgiving” and N. Currier “The Road Winter”, 18 1/2”x 13 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  605. 2 prints ca. 1860-70; G&F Bill colorized “Bird’s Eye View of Mt. Vernon – The Home of Washington” print with view including a listing of 14 various points of interest, 16 1/4”x 12 1/2” framed; “Moonlight in the Tropics” Currier & Ives colorized lithograph with a couple on a stroll and a sailboat sailing through a harbor in a walnut deep molded frame, 19 1/2”x 16 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 220.00
  606. 2 pair of silhouettes ca. 1820; one pair of two ladies stamped “Peales Museum” in ebonized framed with gilt trim; one pair of a gentleman and a lady in hardwood frames, 6 3/4”x 5 1/2” each; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  607. 5 silhouettes ca. 1820; two ladies, one youth and two gentleman with one stamped “Peales Museum” in various frames, 7”x 5 1/2” largest; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  608. 4 gallon cobalt decorated Evan R. Jones crock ca. 1880; cylindrical stoneware crock with slipped cobalt bird on a stump design impressed “Evan R. Jones/ Pittston, PA” and “4” having brushed cobalt daubs on pair of applied lug ear handle terminals and an Albany slip glazed interior, 11 5/8”d, 10 7/8”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 270.00
  609. 2 gallon cobalt decorated jug ca. 1860-90; salt glazed stoneware cylindrical jug having cobalt slip decoration of a bird on a sprig and impressed “2” with an Albany slip glazed interior, 9 1/8”d, 13 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00
  610. 1 gallon Shenfelder decorated jug ca. 1890; salt glazed stoneware cylindrical jug impressed “D.P. Shenfelder/ Reading, PA” and “1” with typical brushed cobalt Shenfelder flowering stem and having an Albany slip glazed interior, 7 1/4”d, 11 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 230.00
  611. 4 gallon Shenfelder decorated crock ca. 1890; salt glazed stoneware cylindrical crock impressed “D.P. Shenfelder/ Reading, PA” and “4” with typical brushed cobalt Shenfelder twin flower sprigs, an Albany slip glazed interior and a pair of molded lug ear handles, 11 1/8”d, 11 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  612. 1 gallon cobalt decorated jug ca. 1880; salt glazed stoneware cylindrical jug with typical brushed cobalt Shenfelder flowering stem and impressed “1” with a thickened rolled mouth rim, brushed cobalt daub at lower handle terminal and an Albany slip glazed interior, 6 3/4”d, 11”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 280.00
  613. Shenfelder-type cobalt decorated cream crock ca. 1890; salt glazed slightly bulbous cream crock in a typical Shenfelder brushed cobalt flower stem with an Albany slip glazed interior, 7 7/8”d, 7 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  614. 1 gallon Shenfelder decorated jug ca. 1880; salt glazed bulbous stoneware jug impressed “D.P. Shenfelder/ Reading, PA” and “1” with typical brushed cobalt flower stem and cobalt daub at lower handle terminal and having an Albany slip glazed interior, 8”d, 11 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  615. Covered Shenfelder-type cobalt decorated jug ca. 1890; salt glazed stoneware cylindrical jar with a typical Shenfelder brushed cobalt flowering stem having a rolled rim with inset flange for lid, impressed “1” and having a button knob lid and an Albany slip glazed interior, 6 3/4”d, 10 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00
  616. 2 Link cobalt decorated stoneware crocks ca. 1860-1930; two salt glazed stoneware crocks with stenciled cobalt legends by “Christian Link/ Stonetown” and having Albany slip glazed interiors: one slightly bulbous cream crock with cobalt stencil “Christian Link/ Stonetown/ Berks Co. PA”, 8 5/8”d, 7 5/8”h; one cylindrical three gallon crock with cobalt stencil “3/ Christian Link/ Stonetown, PA” with “Link” and “Stonetown” bracketing a spread eagle design and having applied lug ear handles, 9 5/8”d, 9 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  617. Ovoid redware jug ca. 1850; PA lead glazed redware jug in crystallized brown glaze having a rolled mouth rim and a strap handle, 8 1/8”d, 10 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  618. 3 Louis K. Tomlinson redware crocks ca. 1875; PA lead glazed slightly bulbous redware crocks impressed “LKT” (Louis K. Tomlinson, Dryville Church, Berks Co., PA): one with interior brown glaze only and a rolled rim, 7 7/8”d, 7 1/8”h; one with interior and exterior reddish brown glaze and a rolled rim, 6 3/8”d, 6”h; one with interior and exterior dark manganese metallic glaze and a rolled rim with molded collar, 5 3/4”d, 5 3/8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 95.00
  619. Manganese glazed cylindrical redware jug ca. 1875; PA lead glazed jug with dark high manganese glaze having a recessed ring collar and a strap handle, 7 1/8”d, 10 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  620.  Grouping of Cleopatra ironstone ca. 1850; purple “Cleopatra” transfer ironstone: covered teapot with octagonal base; milk pitcher with octagonal base; two handleless cups with a round base; four saucers; eight various size plates; twelve breakfast plates; blue “Cleopatra” transfer ironstone plate; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00
  621. Gaudy Welsh & ironstone items ca. 1830-60; porcelain Gaudy Welsh teapot with unknown floral pattern in burnt orange, cobalt and lustre having a globular apple form on four feet, 7”h; earthenware Gaudy Welsh style deep dish with a tree, flowers and foliage in blue, brown, green, burnt orange and yellow, 9 5/8”d, 1 5/8”h; pair of ironstone plates with burnt orange transfer of oriental floral design with infill of blue and burnt orange and gilt highlights, 8 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  622. Tall dome top Staffordshire teapot ca. 1840; earthenware teapot decorated with stylized cornflower motifs in black, blue and green, 10 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  623. Stick spatter “Diamond” child’s tea set ca. 1900; Staffordshire earthenware red “Diamond” pattern with blue bandings and brown ink back stamp “Staffordshire/ England”: covered ribbed melon-shaped teapot; ribbed melon-shaped creamer; covered ribbed melon-shaped sugar; six handled cups with tapered sides and five bowl form saucers; six biscuit plates; an octagonal creamer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  624. 4 ABC plates ca. 1860-80; earthenware plates: black transfer of a pair of dancers colored over in blue, red and yellow, 5 7/8”d; black transfer of a horseman titled “The Walk” colored over in green, red and yellow with red ring on rim, 6 7/8”d; blue transfer of resort titled “Oriental Hotel”, 7 3/8”d; black transfer of adults and a pair of children titled “The New Pony” colored over in green, red and yellow, 8 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  625. 4 ABC plates ca. 1860; three earthenware plates: black transfer of children and dog with narrative “These children trying are you see/ to teach their dog polite to be” colored over in blue, green and red, 5 1/2”d; black transfer of children and donkey titled “This is Jack’s birthday” colored over in blue, green, orange and yellow, 6 1/8”d; green transfer of a blacksmith with narrative “He that hath a trade hath an estate/ Industry pays debts while despire encreaseth them” colored in blue, green, red and yellow, 8 1/8”d; tin plated sheet iron embossed ABC plate with rolled rim and an office on horseback titled “Sir Colin Campbell KCB”, 4 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  626. 4 ABC plates ca. 1860-90; earthenware plates: teal green transfer of cottage and children tumbling out of a cart with teal green ink back stamp “CA & Sons/ England”, 6 3/4”d; black transfer of a girl and dog titled “Our Early Days/ The Pet” colored in brown, green, purple, burnt orange and yellow with two burnt orange border rings, 6 7/8”d; black transfer of a dancing musician with cat and dog titled “Frolic’s of youth/ The dancing master” colored in green, magenta, red and yellow with a red border ring, 7 1/4”d; brown transfer of a passenger train leaving a tunnel covered in blue, green and red with brown ink back stamp “CA & Sons/ England”, 7 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  627. Stick spatter “Virginia” platter ca. 1895; Staffordshire earthenware rectangular platter with hand brushed green, purple and red floral and folate motifs with blue stick spatter florets and black ink back stamp “Wm Adams & Co/ Tunstall/ England” and a diamond registry mark, 17 1/2”x 14”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  628. Historic blue-type oval platter ca. 1830; pearlware platter with blue transfer pastoral landscape scene of a shepherd, shepherdess, sheep, dog, cottage, bridge, ruins and travelers, 15”x 20”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  629. Historic blue “Landing of Lafayette” deep dish ca. 1825; pearlware deep blue transfer dish with impressed mark “Clews Warrented Staffordshire”, 8 5/8”d, 1 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  630. 2 fraktur drawings ca. 1940-60; one in floral and bird design inscribed for Anna Shaddinger 1845 in a molded oak frame, 5 1/4”x 7 1/4” sight, 9 1/4”x 11 1/4” framed; one in classic design of a pelican plucking its breast mounted in a molded black painted frame, 4 1/4”x 6 1/4” sight, 7”x 9 1/8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 90.00
  631. Watercolor drawing ca. 1903; humorous scene of an animal in a top hat with a German verse and signed Baden, Germany in a corner-blocked frame, 7 1/2”x 4 3/4” sight, 12 1/4”x 9 3/4” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  632. Fraktur drawing ca. 1940-60; colorful watercolor in floral design signed “Rudolph Landis” mounted in a Victorian frame, 5 7/8”x 9” sight, 12”x 15 1/2” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  633. Haus Segen ca. 1820; German house blessing hand-colored and printed by Johann Ritter (Reading, PA) mounted in a modern paint-decorated frame purchased from Hattie Brunner in 1969, 10 7/8”x 14 3/4” sight; 15 1/4”x 19” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 325.00
  634. PA slipware plate ca. 1840-60; lead glazed slipware with three bacon motifs, three-quill slip cup lines and a coggled rim, 11 1/2”d, 1 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  635. 2 pitchers ca. 1860-1920; one three collar pitcher in blue, brown and pink sponged kitchenware in slightly bulbous form, 6”d, 8 1/8”h; yellow ware pitcher with two panels of a raised design of a cow in a wooded pasture colored in brown and green on a yellowish ground in concave form, 6 1/2”d, 7 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  636. Advertising Crubro pickle crock ca. 1900-30; earthenware advertising barrel-shaped crock with two pairs of narrow blue bands (upper and lower) and brown “Crubro Pickles” inscription with “Cruikshank Bros Co/ Pittsburgh, PA” on reverse in the midsection, 9 1/2”d, 10 1/8”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00   Sold For 210.00
  637. 1 gallon cobalt decorated jar ca. 1880; salt glazed stoneware jar with brushed cobalt graduated feather edged designs and impressed “1” on collar having an Albany slip glazed interior and of mid-Atlantic origin, 7 1/8”d, 10 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  638. R.H. Jones, Reading, PA advertising jug ca. 1860-90; salt glazed stoneware cylindrical jug with cobalt filled impression “R.H. Jones/ 805 Penn St/ Reading, PA” (Richard Hall Jones, Predecessor of Dietrich & Hollenback), 7 3/8”d, 11”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  639. Thomas Stahl redware ashtray ca. 1937; unusual PA lead glazed redware low round footed bowl ashtray with dark olive greenish glaze having a curved inward rim with four depressions for cigarettes and having an inscribed base “Made/In/Stahl’s Pottery/By/Thomas Stahl/Aug 26/1937”, 3 7/8”d, 1 1/4”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  640. PA redware mug ca. 1860-1930; lead glazed mug having tapered sides with pumpkin color glaze, a pair of double incised rings at rim and shoulder, molded ring at foot and a molded strap handle, 4 1/2”d, 3 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  641. 2 Tiffany sterling silver small bowls ca. 1940-90; both marked “Tiffany & Co/ Makers/ Sterling”: classical round Revere-style footed bowl, 4 1/4”d, 2 3/8”h; floral five petal blossom form shallow bowl, 1 1/8”x 5 1/8”; 8.1 oz. troy total weight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  642. 4 pcs. glassware ca. 1840-60; amethyst molded bar tumbler with a plain top and bottom half with two rows of twelve indented panels, 3 1/8”d, 3 1/2”h; white handled Bristol mug having a flared rim and disk foot with blue, black, green, yellow and reddish floral band with oval vignette and legend in gilt “Remember Me”, 3 7/8”d, 4 1/8”h; colorless glass handled Bristol mug with green, red, white and yellow floral surround of a blue and gilt oval with gilt legend “To my daughter” having a molded fluted base and eight petaled star flower bottom with traces of gilt on rim, 2 7/8”d, 3 7/8”h; colorless Bristol wine having a rounded funnel bowl with an angular knop and flattened dome foot, polychromal horizontal floral band in blue, green, orange, red and white with a gilt rim, 2 1/4”d, 4 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  643. Blown deep emerald green glass bottle ca. 1840-60; in tapered cylindrical form with a tall neck ending with a tooled rounded rolled-over collar and a scarred base, 2 1/2”d, 6 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  644. 3 Persian mats ca. 1900-60; 30”x 23”; 36”x 20” & 36”x 23”; Additional Photo's 1 & 2 Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 80.00
  645. Persian carpet ca. 1940-60; 136”x 98”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00
  646. Walter Steely combback Windsor rocker ca. 1960-90; nine-spindle back rocker with a saddle seat and baluster turned legs on cheese cutter rockers and stamped “WS” on underside of seat, 26 1/2”x 35”x 39 1/2”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 375.00
  647. Pennsylvania painted tester bed ca. 1840-60; retaining a black and salmon decorated surface, [Provenance: ex-Titus Geesey Collection – see Philadelphia Museum of ArtThe Pennsylvania German Collection, Beatrice B. Garven, Page 52 #4 for this exact bed], 85 1/2”x 50”x 73”; Estimate $1,000.00-$2,500.00 Sold For 425.00
  648. Federal bow-front chest of drawers ca. 1810-30; pine with mahogany veneers having corkscrew turned columns, two step-back drawers with brass rosettes over four drawers and fitted with brass pulls, 39 1/2”x 46 1/2”x 17 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 270.00
  649. Walnut farm table ca. 1790-1820; having three lip-molded drawers fitted with wooden knobs, cabriole legs, a pin top with a single drop leaf and an old refinished surface, 60 1/2”x 30”x 32 1/2”; Estimate $500.00-$800.00 Sold For 1,200.00
  650. Country store counter showcase ca. 1880-1910; chestnut and oak having a heavily-molded base supporting a four-sided glass showcase with thirty pullout wooden bins each having a brass pull and most with ink inscriptions for contents manufactured by John Hofman Co., Rochester, NY, 122”x 44 1/4”x 27”; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$600.00 Sold For 270.00
  651. Inlaid Sheraton chest of drawers ca. 1800-25; mixed woods having three shallow drawers with tiger maple front over four graduated drawers, the top drawer with inlaid lozenges and retaining the original oval brasses all supported on bracketed, tapered feet and an old varnished surface, 43”x 46 1/2”x 20”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 210.00
  652. Hepplewhite bow-front chest of drawers ca. 1795-1820; mahogany with holly string inlay on drawer fronts having bracket feet, oval brasses and a refinished surface, 42 1/2”x 35”x 24 1/4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 180.00
  653. Red painted milk cupboard ca. 1830-60; softwood having two doors with recessed panels, a shaped gallery, interior fitted with removable shelves and an old red wash surface, 37 1/2”x 61”x 21”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 500.00
  654. Red painted blanket chest ca. 1810-40; having Hepplewhite bracket feet, molded lid with butt hinges and retaining the original red painted surface, 50”x 27”x 22 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00
  655. Pair of sack back Windsors ca. 1875-1910; having oval seats with blunt arrow feet on front, swelled stretchers and a refinished surface, 20”x 35”x 22”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  656. Cupboard with writing desk top ca. 1870-1900; softwood with the base having two recessed panel doors, recessed panel ends and a separate slant front desk unit having a shaped gallery, interior pigeon holes and a gray painted exterior, 29 3/4”x 50”x 19”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 220.00
  657.  Empire 2 drawer stand ca. 1830-50; mahogany veneered stand with a shaped base on casters and fitted with wooden knobs, 23”x 33”x 17 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 55.00
  658. New Haven Clock Co. “Willard” banjo clock ca. 1920; eight day time and half hour striking spring driven movement in a mahogany case with painted metal dial and reverse painted throat and lower glass, 42”x 12”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00
  659. Early German pull toy with spring leg swans ca. 1890-1900; toy with small metal wheels and a hen swan with two young all with spring legs and painted, molded papier mache bodies, 10 1/4”x 4”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  660. Hubley style iron Scotty dog doorstop ca. 1930s; vintage medium size “Scotty” doorstop in raised tail form with black paint, 11”x 8 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  661. Toy boat with windup engine ca. 1940; skiff-style wooden toy row boat in green and orange paint with key-wind tin outboard motor and a pair of orange and red oars, 21 3/4”x 6” boat; 4”x 3 1/2” motor; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  662. Pair of Mosemann’s peanut butter tins ca. 1860-90; mustard color lidded tins marked Mosemann Co., Lancaster, PA, 3 3/4”d, 4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00
  663. Ken Harris Canadian goose decoy ca. 1940-60; glass eye decoy stamped “Made By/ Ken Harris/ Woodville, NY” on base, 22”x 9”x 12 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  664. Flax break ca. 1840-60; double blade flax knife mounted on a wooden frame with a stretcher base, 41”x 5”x 19 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 65.00
  665. Vintage feather tree ca. 1930s; with feathers wrapped in wire on a string wrapped rod in a papier mache pot base, 20”d, 36”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  666. Mahogany footstool ca. 1873; home-crafted stool made of a Hondura mahogany shaped top having scrollwork skirt boards on cabriole legs and signed in pencil on the bottom “To M. Alice Weber from Father L. Weber”, 12 1/2”x 7 3/4”x 6 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  667. Scandinavian-style bride’s box ca. 1870s; oval steam bent softwood band/bride’s box with strap brace thru handled lid having tool punch decoration on lid and sides of box, 20 1/2”x 12”x 11”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00
  668. 2 drawer Willimantic spool cabinet ca. 1880-1910; poplar cabinet with paper label covering advertising for Williamantic Thread Company, 18”x 12”x 6 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 230.00
  669. Set of 4 handwrought butcher utensils ca. 1800-30; matched set wrought by the same hand with small sunburst tool strikes and wrapped hook hangers: a tulip shaped spatula, medium tasting ladle, large ladle and skimmer, 16”- 19”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  670. Copper apple butter kettle ca. 1850-1900; dovetail constructed kettle with hand wrought handle and iron brackets applied by copper rivets, 20”d, 16”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 240.00
  671. Assembled set of 6 pewter measures ca. 1840-1920; one quart with James Yates’ touch and various sealer stamps, 5”d; one pint by an unknown maker with a sealer stamp, 3 7/8”d; a half pint with James Yates’ touch, 3 1/8”d; a gill by an unknown maker with two sealer stamps, 2 1/2”d; a half gill by an unknown maker with sealer stamp, 2”d; quarter gill with “Gaskell & Chambers/ Birmingham” mark and sealer stamp, 1 5/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  672. 4 pcs. sewing accessories ca. 1850-1920; Washing Machine Co. patent 9-25-1877 spool and pin band box with pencil inscription “Amanda S. Dietrich work box”, 4 1/2”d, 4 1/2”h; silk apple shaped pin cushion, 3 1/2”d, 3 1/2”h; silk pear shaped cushion, 2 1/2”d, 5”h; fabric covered raised bun on shaped card cushion, 6”x 8”x 4 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  673. Nantucket style basket ca. 1920s; lighthouse keeper style lidded basket with a cherry wood base and lid top, swing oak handle pegged by bone pins and lid accented with a bone carved porpoise figure, 10”x 7 1/2”x 7 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  674. 2 pin cushions ca. 1850; white painted fabric pin cushion with ornamental lace banding having accented bows in corners and pin inscription “Welcome Sweet Babe 1850” with sawdust stuffing, 9”x 7”x 3 1/2”; “prayer” pin cushion in white fabric with a fringed border and inscription “The Fathers Prayer- Sweet innocent the pledge of love….”, 8”x 6”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00
  675. 2 ornamental baskets ca. 1860-1920; orschbock style gathering basket in oak splint wide buttocks form with a rare twist-work handle, 15”x 11”x 11”; native style round sweet water grass sewing basket with beadwork fringe decoration and red fabric lining, 12”d, 4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  676. 3 sewing novelties ca. 1860-1900; rare ladies raised heel shoe shaped sewing case with mirror inside, 8”x 2 1/2”x 4 1/2”; wood turned “The Columbia Egg Needle Case Pat. #1492 – Germany”, 3”h; souvenir of “Lighthouse Atlantic City” sewing egg darner, 3 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  677. Sewing stand & swift ca. 1850-73; mahogany tiered sewing stand on curved post feet with lower drawer and lift off thread compartment having bone eyelets and a pin cushion on the lid of the box, 9”x 6 1/4”x 7 1/2”; walnut and maple turned center Shaker-style swift with accordion arms and pin cushion cup with inscription “To Mother 1873” inside, 10”d, 7”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00
  678. 2 bentwood handle sewing boxes ca. mid 1800s; two piece sewing box set with small hinged handles: larger box with inscription “Elizabeth M. Zeisett”, 6 1/2”d, 2 1/2”h; smaller box with original interior fabric accents, 6”d, 2 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  679. Enterprise No. 3 coffee grinder ca. 1898; two-wheel store coffee mill by Enterprise, Phila. with a brass eagle topper on brass lid; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 425.00
  680. Hewn pine butter trencher ca. 1820-50; oval deep pine trencher hewn from pine with adze marks present on outside of bowl, 20”x 12 3/4”x 4 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  681. Small hand wrought warming trivet ca. 1780; mold designed grasp/handle with small plate warming ring handle ends in wrapped foot and two ring feet are rivet/pinned, 4”d, 10”x 3”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 95.00
  682. 2 kitchen primitives ca. 1860-90; “Eagle Coffee Mill” by Chas. Parker Co. with partial original label, 7”x 7”x 9”; Shaker-style turned wood bowl with raised collar, 14 1/2”d, 4 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  683. 2 wooden footstools ca. 1880-1930; early green painted footstool in dovetailed construction with shaped legs, 14”x 8”x 8”; pine footstool with shaped skirt boards and red stain, 15 1/4”x 8 1/4”x 7 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  684. 2 pcs. paint decorated woodenware ca. 1860-1960; early mortised splayed leg footstool with later red gain decoration, 14”x 9 3/4”x 9 3/4”; reproduction utensil/tool tray with grain paint, 18 1/2”x 7 3/8”x 7 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  685. “Lewis” pewter teapot ca. 1845; American bulbous Britannia/pewter teapot with lower, middle and upper body bands of grooved rings having a hinged conical lid, pewter finial with waffle disk base and touch “I.C. Lewis” (Isaac C. Lewis, Meriden, Conn.), 6 1/8”d, 11 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  686. 2 pcs. tinware ca. 1860-1900; earlier “lighthouse” design coffee pot with braced handle and hinged tin lid, 4 3/4”- 7”d, 11”h; mass produced flour canister with two wire handles, 9 1/4”d, 11”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  687. Sheraton-style shaving mirror ca. 1840; mahogany veneered base on bun feet drawer having brass knobs and ormaleau key escutcheon, inlaid bands and mirror inlaid on spool turned columns with acorn tops, 14 1/2”x 7”x 19 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  688. Early pierced tin candle lantern ca. 1770-1800; fine workmanship double banded twin sunburst pattern cylinder with a pierced work hinged door, spiral top with smoke deflector and a ring handle, 5 1/4”d, 17”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 190.00
  689. New England style tin & glass candle lamp ca. mid 1800s; Parker’s Patent 1853 & 1855 square candle lantern with large ring handle and four wire shielded glass slide up doors, 4 1/4”x 17”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00
  690. Victorian era tin shore bird decoy ca. 1880-1900; sandpiper-type bird formed in tin with wire hinges, grey and black paint and mounted to a modern driftwood base, 8”x 9” bird, 16” overall; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  691. Painted softwood fish decoy ca. late 1900s; small striped bass decoy with tin upper and dorsal fins having a lead sinker and metal thumbtack eyes, 7”x 2 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  692. Small paint decorated dough tray ca. 1800-40; early form with hand wrought nails holding the base to hidden sliding dovetail sides with later added paint in yellow graining and floral leaf design and the lid having a central sliding dovetail battan, 18”- 19 3/4”x 11”x 12 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  693. 3 small rye straw baskets ca. 1930-60; two graduated measure rye straw baskets by the same hand with a cedar splint weave; reproduction small bowl and lid basket for a redware jar; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  694. Small oak splint basket ca. 1870; melon-shaped handled egg basket in oak splint with an oak handle and accented with green paint, 8”d, 7 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  695. Unusual wrought iron fireplace crane ca. 1770-1820; having a shaped post and pot hook on a ratcheting arm and mounted on a modern stand, 39”x 37”x 13”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 300.00
  696. Portrait of Anna Keller ca. 1870; watercolor of a three or four year old indistinctly signed in German by “R. A. OH” in an oval triple matted frame, 15 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  697. “The Waterfall” oil on canvas ca. 1890; large waterfall behind a wooden slat walkway with a lady in the foreground and framed in a gilded frame with a silvered liner, 15 1/2”x 8 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  698. Birdsey M. Walkley portraits ca. 1870; pair of “Mr. and Mrs. Nelson L. Burns” attributed portraits executed by a well-trained school portrait artist with information written on the back canvas, 20”x 25” sight; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 190.00
  699. Bill Rank cat theorem painting ca. 1970s; seated cat on a pillow painting on fabric in a sponge paint decorated frame, 11 1/2”x 13 1/2” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  700. 2 framed lithographs ca. 1850-80s; N. Currier “Look at Mama” in a flat stock cherry frame depicting a mother holding her daughter and pointing to a portrait of mother, 13”x 17 1/4” framed; Currier & Ives “Little Blossom” in a flat cherry frame depicting a girl in floral arbor, 12 1/2”x 16 1/2” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  701. Gilt framed oil painting ca. 1860-90; depicting a cabin by the road in a fancy gilded frame with canvas marked “Black’s Art Store, Harrisburg, PA”, 26 3/4”x 21 1/2” sight, 35”x 30” framed; Additional Photo's 1 & 2 Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  702. Mahogany framed mirror ca. 1840; mahogany with mahogany veneer frame now with a mirror, 23”x 17”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  703. Philadelphia Federal mirror ca. 1835; in a mahogany veneer with a cornice shaped top, fluted half columns and blocked ends and a reverse painted upper glass over a lower mirror, 40”x 20”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 150.00
  704. Child’s pieced quilt ca. 1870; green and pink printed fabrics pieced in a geometric design and backed with red, white and brown dotted cotton fabric, 43”x 37”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 250.00
  705. 4 pairs of Amish stockings & mittens ca. 1900-50; all hand-knitted in wool: a child’s pair in purple, a red and white pair, a pair with teal and navy stripes, a black pair with pink edging and a pair of mittens, 9”- 25”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  706. 2 pcs. bed tick ca. 1865; hand-sewn red, white and blue plaid cotton with white linen lining and red, white and blue cotton ties, 64”x 58”; blue and white linen check bed tick, 48”x 73”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  707. Geometric coverlet ca. 1850; blue, red and green wool and white cotton coverlet with a center seam and a hemmed top and bottom, 97”x 66”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  708. 9 block star quilt ca. 1860-80; brown and pink pieced star on red, white and tan circle pattern background and a white back, 78”x 74”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  709. 4 block princess feather appliqued quilt ca. 1840-60; princess feather with central stars and triangle borders, 82”x 80”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00
  710. Child’s cape ca. 1900; machine-sewn having a scalloped border and red and blue woolen fabrics with a black binding, 41”x 24”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  711. Alphabet sampler ca. 1837; stitched in silk and cotton threads having a strawberry border with beehives in the lower corners and marked with a series of initials and “Sarah Jane Noble March 2, 1837”, 8 3/4”x 11 1/4” sight; 11 1/4”x 14 1/2” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 240.00
  712. 2 printed broadsides ca. 1860s; uncommon Currier & Ives German printed taufschein dated 1863 with a Berks Co. Erst family name in a deep well frame, 11 3/4”x 15 3/4” framed; N. Currier “The Tree of Life – The Christian” colorized lithograph in a painted mahogany frame, 12 3/4”x 17” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  713. 2 N. Currier lithographs ca. 1850s; “Brian Boroihme – Monarch of Ireland and Hero of Clontarf” depicting a knight with a shield in a half lapped grain painted frame, 15”x 19” framed; “Pretty Poll – La Perruche A Collier Rose” depicting a green parrot with butterfly and bug in a grain painted frame, 12 3/4”x 16 1/2” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  714. N. Currier print ca. 1850s; “Washington at Mt. Vernon, 1797”  depicting old Washington on horseback talking to a pair of African-American field hands in a grain painted frame, 16 1/2”x 12 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  715. 3 Civil War battle scene prints ca. 1860-70s; Currier & Ives “Siege and Capture of Vicksburg, Miss. July 4, 1863” in a mahogany frame, 16 1/2”x 12 1/2” framed; Currier & Ives “Battle of Fredericksburg, VA Dec. 13, 1862” in a pine frame with inscription “Luther E. Higbee” on back, 16 3/4”x 13” framed; Kellogg “The Battle of Winchester, VA March 23, 1862” print in a walnut deep well frame, 16”x 12” framed; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00
  716. Silhouette ca. 1800-60; hollow cut silhouette in an oval brass frame with matting stamped “Peales Museum”, 8 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  717. Oil on artist board farm scene ca. 1900-30; European farm scene depicting cattle, a boy fishing and a house in a gold frame, 14”x 20”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 100.00
  718. David Ellinger theorem ca. 1900s; depicting a bird perched on a branch holding a cherry signed in the lower left in a red painted frame, 10 1/2”x 8 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 750.00
  719. Walnut farm table ca. 1820-50; two lip-molded drawers having wooden knobs, turned legs and a pin top with dovetailed battans and a refinished surface, 55”x 31”x 34 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 425.00
  720. Baluster-back chair ca. 1700-50; mixed woods chair having a shaped crest rail supported by three half spindles and turned posts and having a box stretcher with a baluster-turned front rail retaining an old rush seat and a refinished surface; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 60.00
  721. Broadback Windsor side chair ca. 1800-30; five spindle with tablet top chair branded “J Shredar” [Provenance: Formally owned by Second Canadochly Lutheran Church, York, PA], 19 1/2”x 34 1/2”x 18 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00
  722. Corkscrew candle stand ca. 1800-40; refinished maple with three turned feet supporting a turned post, a dish top and terminating in a threaded post with a shaped arm holding two candle mounts, 16”x 42”x 16”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 700.00
  723. Softwood dry sink ca. 1840-70; having a single recessed panel door, two dovetailed drawers and bracket feet below a recessed well with an old refinished surface, 36”x 36”x 19”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 475.00
  724. New England six board chest ca. 1770-1810; softwood chest in hand wrought nail construction having cotter pin hinges, an interior till, cutouts on end panels and retaining the original red painted finish, 42”x 24”x 17 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 140.00
  725. 3 panel drying rack ca. 1850-80; softwood mortised construction rack consisting of three panels joined by butt hinges with remnants of original leather hinges, 34 1/2”x 62 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  726. Grain painted shop keeper’s desk ca. 1820-50; having tapered legs and an interior with pigeon holes and two drawers with one door inscribed “David G. Miller” and “Sally Stein” and retaining an early golden grained surface, 36 1/2”x 34 1/2”x 23”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 230.00
  727. Walnut one drawer stand ca. 1820-50; having turned legs, a top with shaped corners a single drawer with beaded edges and an early brass pull and retaining a refinished surface, 20”x 28 1/2”x 19 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  728. Pair of Dickinson Windsor chairs ca. 1795-1820; having bamboo turnings with five spindle backs: one chair branded “Chesney/Wilmington ”, 18”x 33 1/2”x 18”; one chair having a label with ownership history from the daughter of colonial patriot John Dickinson and old refinish, 18 1/4”x 32”x 18 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  729. 2 chairs ca. 1790-1870; ladder back chair with three shaped and graduated splats, turned finals on rear post, rush seat and a refinished surface, 18 1/2”x 38”x 15 1/2”; paint decorated plank bottom chair having a tablet top with fiddle back and retaining the original faux-mahogany grain and freehand floral decoration with “Geo. Hay… York, PA” stenciled on underside, 19”x 32 1/2”x 17”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  730. Carved stone marker ca. 1900s; having carved faces of the sun, moon, north wind and a fourth unidentified face with an arched top, 6”x 20 1/2”x 6”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 1,000.00
  731. Painted bucket bench ca. 1830-60; softwood having tapered end panels with cutouts supporting four graduated shelves and a dovetailed gallery with vertical backboards having a later blue paint over the original red paint, 41”x 46”x 13”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 350.00
  732. One piece high dry sink ca. 1870-1900; softwood having two raised panel doors in the upper section above a zinc-lined counter and sink with the base having two drawers and three doors and retaining an early gray-painted surface over brown, 52 1/2”x 79 1/2”x 19 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 675.00
  733. Softwood side table ca. 1850-70; having tapered legs and backsplash and retaining an early mustard-over-gray painted surface, 45 1/4”x 33”x 14 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00
  734. Red painted bucket bench ca. 1840-80; softwood cut nail construction having tapered end panels with cut outs and retaining the original red painted surface, 43”x 41”x 14”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 350.00
  735. Slant lid cupboard ca. 1870-1900; mixed woods in salmon paint having a lift lid and a board-and-batten door, 25 1/4”x 39”x 16 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 220.00
  736. Carved sandstone sculptural ornament ca. 1900s; having the front surface with a relief-carved angel, the top surface supporting a carved bowl and the back and ends unfinished, 21 1/2”x 15 1/2”x 7 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 775.00
  737. Painted 9-lite corner cupboard ca. 1830-60; softwood, one-piece cupboard having an ogee molded cornice, a nine-lite glazed door above a single two-panel door and having a shaped bracket base while retaining an old grained surface over white paint, 42”x 77 1/2”x 17 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 260.00

TOTAL SOLD - $124,295.00