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Fall Antique Catalogued Auction

February 12 &13, 2016

 

  1. Strawser folk art 7 bird tree ca. 1990; signed “D&DS” bent willow twig branches with a large crow,  two large distelfink birds, three medium distelfinks and a rooster with the tree mounted in a log type base, 12”x 24”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00
  2. Strawser folk art black bird tree ca. 1993; signed “D&DS” stump form tree with eight various size black birds on branches, 14”x 32”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 190.00
  3. Strawser folk art carved rooster ca. 1993; strutting cream-colored rooster with black accents and a large cock’s comb in red standing on a rectangular base, signed “D&DS”, 10”x 10 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 200.00
  4. J. Shelley yellow orchids flower carving ca. 1991; wood carved flowers with metal work leaves on a kidney shaped base, 7 1/2”x 12 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  5. Strawser wise owl carving ca. 1991; chip-carved comical standing owl with wire spectacles on a green painted base, signed “D&DS”, 3 1/2”x 7 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  6. 3 Strawser folk art carvings ca. 1991, 1993 & 2002; one carving of two roosters in a standoff with one painted red and one painted gray, 7 1/2”x 4 3/4”; carving of a rooster and hen on an oblong base, 7”x 3 1/4”; carving of two eaglets on an oblong base, 6 1/2”x 4 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 300.00
  7. 2 Strawser folk art carvings ca. 1993 & 2002; both signed “D&DS”; a yellow and brown eaglet on a red painted ball top pedestal base, 3”x 5”; comical standing sheep carving with painted upholstery pin accents having a white body, black face and legs and a small carved bell on leather collar, 8 1/2”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  8. Strawser folk art snake carving ca. 1991; snake with orange color body, black and white polka dots, large eyes, closed mouth, a rattle-carved tail and signed “D&DS”, 23”x 1”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  9. Strawser folk art bird tree ca. 1979; five various painted birds perched on a bent branch tree mounted log base signed “D&BS”, 12”d, 15”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00
  10. Winston Black carved rooster ca. 1980s; comical chip-carved standing rooster with a high cock’s comb, branch union tail and a Danish oil finish carved from a black walnut tree signed “Winston Black”, 8”x 5”x 14 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  11. 2 reproduction redware pitchers ca. 1988-91; molded and slip decorated pitcher with pie crimped rim and applied handle by Jeff White with mottled glazing, 7”x 8”; bulbous milk pitcher by Ned Foltz with a slip and green sponge spatter decoration and an applied handle, 6”d, 9 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  12. Make-do 1 door cupboard ca. 1870s; folk-art decorated cabinet made from a weight driven shelf clock having two shelves, a simple panel door with a central floral motif and added brass swivel latch, ball and festoon pattern painted band and a wallpaper lined interior, 15”x 25”x 4 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 240.00
  13. Jane Wooster Scott serigraph ca. 1990; multicolored moonlit early fall scene numbered 252 of 375 in a triple matted walnut frame, 37 1/2”x 23”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  14. Jane Wooster Scott serigraph ca. 1990; beautiful moonlit village in winter numbered 178 of 300 in a triple matted walnut frame, 39 1/2”x 19”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  15. Jane Wooster Scott serigraph ca. 1990; colorful “Moonlight Funning” image containing 115 colors comprising this moonlit winter scene signed and numbered 6 of 300 on the front in a triple matted embossed hand-decorated frame, 27 1/2”x 22”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  16. Jane Wooster Scott Remarque ca. 1990; colorful coastal scene with boating docks numbered 5 of 25 in a matted mahogany frame, 30”x 24”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  17. Seagraves reproduction redware lamp ca. 1980-90s; reproduction pottery fat lamp marked “JCS” having a tubular fluid saucer base with wick holder mounted on spout of lamp, an applied handle and base glazed black, 6”d, 7 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  18. 2 pieces of Seagraves redware ca. 1940-60; medium handled cream pitcher with yellow and brown mottled glazing, 4”d, 4 1/2”h; pinwheel decorated bowl with the interior base having a sgraffito pinwheel pattern decoration and the rim with black brushed glaze, 6 1/2”d, 3 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  19. Strawser folk art carved rooster ca. 2001; standing rooster on an oblong base with a tan color chicken having raised tail feathers and a cock’s comb, 8 1/2”x 10 1/2”x 2 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  20. 2 Breininger sgraffito decorated eagle design plates ca. 1975; both with eagles clutching arrows in talons, a liberty ribbon in beak and having green glaze accents both signed “L&B Breininger”, 10”d, 1 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  21. Reproduction folk art carved eagle with eaglets ca. 1980; hand carved wooden eagle with wings shielding two eaglets and raised on a pedestal base, 10 1/2”x 12”x 6 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  22. Folk art diamond back rattlesnake carving ca. 1982; large coiled form snake wooden carving with raised rattle having authentic looking faux painting of a diamond back rattler, 17”x 8”x 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  23. Hand wrought iron two arm candle lamp ca. 1975; J. Paul Patton eagle topped floor stand with two arm adjustable lamp and the base of bracket having hooks, 14 1/2”d, 57”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  24. Reproduction wrought iron candle stand ca. 1975; J. Paul Patton iron base stand with wrapped feet having an adjustable style bridge arm candleholder and a ring top, 12”d, 14 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  25. Jane Wooster Scott Remarque ca. 1990; colorful village scene in winter signed and numbered 12 of 50 in a triple matted mahogany frame, 21”x 15”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  26. Jane Wooster Scott Remarque ca. 1998; colorful “When Freedom Rings” 69 color remarque numbered 43 of 50 in a triple matted walnut frame, 28”x 15”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  27. Jane Wooster Scott artist proof ca. 1990; “Wet Your Whistle and Warm Your Toes” artist proof hand signed and numbered 9 of 75 in a triple matted walnut frame, 22”x 19 1/2”; Estimate $750.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 375.00
  28. Jane Wooster Scott print ca. 1990; winter homestead scene with a horse and buggy numbered 174 of 195 signed in the lower left in an oval mahogany finished frame, 19”x 15 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 375.00
  29. 2 reproduction North Carolina jugs ca. 1960-80s; cobalt decorated salt glazed bulbous jug with incised bands impressed “Jugtown-ware” with a simple applied handle, 7”d, 12”h; glazed redware bulbous jug signed “Seagrove” with applied handle, 7’d, 11 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  30. David Ellinger rooster wall hanging ca. 1970-80s; unusual Ellinger original artwork crafted from wood having a standing rooster weathervane reproduction mounted on a burlap background in a softwood frame with the rooster faux painted to appear as rusted iron and signature in a heart shaped cut-out, 25”x 23”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 170.00
  31. 2 Seagraves redware birds ca. 1950-70s; two shaped whistles decorated on black pedestal oval bases with the hen having an upturned head and male with cock’s comb and downturned head by James Christian Seagraves; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00
  32. Unsigned folk art wooden rooster ca. 1990s; standing rooster form with a fan tail and cock’s comb having glass eyes and painted in yellow/cream color faux aged paint decoration, 7 1/2”x 11”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  33. Seagraves watercolor folk art painting ca. 1994; whimsical watercolor painting of seven Amish maids in a row carrying their shoes and walking up a lane toward the barn with the lane lined with daisies in a folk art frame by Verna Seagraves, 17”x 13 1/2” framed; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 300.00
  34. Strawser folk art watercolor painting ca. 1987; “The Owl & Pussy Cat” watercolor original of an owl and black cat in a small sailboat with a heart decorated sail under the sun with a painted face design and framed in a simple pine frame, 6 1/4”x 8 3/8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 85.00
  35. Strawser Jonah & the Whale carving ca. 1990; wooden carved whale with Jonah’s legs and feet sticking out signed “D&DS”, 12 1/2”x 6 3/4”x 3 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  36. Russell Henry plate ca. 10/18/1967; PA Dutch slipware plate with a double headed eagle having a central heart motif and a shield above eagle’s heads, 9 1/4”d, 1 1/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 325.00
  37. Breininger sgraffito loaf dish ca. 1975; #45 oval “Union Forever 1776-1976” dish in sgraffito design with an eagle clutching a shield and arrows with floral banding and signed “L&B Breininger”, 15 1/2”x 11 1/2”x 2 1/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00
  38. Keith T. Collins shorebird carving ca. 2003; wooden carved and paint decorated brown wing speckled bellied snipe standing on a green slab base, 8”x 4”x 6 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  39. 5 Dierwechter building models ca. 1980-90s; various Lebanon Co. landmarks most struck J.R.D. including: Schaefferstown St. Paul’s UCC, The Rex House, Log House, Millbach Barn, Kleinfeltersville Trinity United Methodist, 3”- 7 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 425.00
  40. 2 pieces of Foltz redware ca. 1970s; hand molded rooster dated 1975 with slip accents and a hand molded tail signed by Foltz, 4”x 4”; Turk’s head mold with fluted rim signed “Foltz Pottery, Reinholds”, 8 1/2”d, 3 1/4”h;  Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 100.00
  41. John Dierwechter folk art bird ca. 1960-90; composition and poly chrome painted bird initialed “JRD” on bottom, 3”x 1”x 3 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 So Sold For 85.00
  42. Oil on canvas ship painting ca. 2000s; sailboat flying the American flag in waters off shore signed “A. Hess” in a detailed gold frame, 26”x 26”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  43. Oil on canvas ship painting ca. 2000s; one English, one American 18th century war ships firing upon each other in open seas signed “A. Hess” in the lower right and framed in a gold frame, 26”x 26”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00
  44. Oil on canvas ship painting ca. 2000s; sailboat flying the U.S. flag with initialed barrel floating in water and signed “A. Hess” in the lower right in a detailed gold frame, 26”x 26”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  45. Oil on canvas ship painting ca. 2000s; sailboat in waters by the shore flying an earlier American flag signed “A. Hess” in the lower right and framed in a detailed gold frame, 26”x 26”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  46. Blue bill duck decoy ca. 1940-90; unsigned small wooden carved and paint decorated duck, 8”x 4”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  47. Canadian goose decoy ca. 1940-90; wooden carved and paint decorated with glass eyes, 24”x 8”x 9”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  48. Hutch loon decoy ca. 1940-90; wooden carved and paint decorated loon with glass eyes stamped “Hutch” on base, 22”x 6”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  49. Blue bill decoy ca. 1900-60; unsigned wooden working type decoy with paint decoration, 13 1/2”x 5”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  50. Jim Pierce red head decoy ca. 1960-90; wooden carved and paint decorated stamped “JP” and signed “Jim Pierce MD” on base, 14”x 5 1/2”x 9”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 75.00
  51. Duck decoy ca. 1940-60; carved wooden and paint decorated with iron eyes, 14”x 5”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  52. Pintail duck decoy ca. 1960-90; carved wooden and paint decorated, 14”x 4 1/2”x 6 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  53. Merganser duck decoy ca. 1960-90; wooden carved and paint decorated stamped with “R” on base, 15”x 5”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  54. Flying canvasback duck decoy ca. 1940-90; wooden carved and paint decorated with spread wings and an iron base, 30”x 17”x 12”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00
  55. Working duck decoy ca. 1900-60; wooden carved and paint decorated with owner’s tag attached to base, 14 1/2”x 6”x 7”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  56. P.J. Mene “L. Accolade” bronze statue ca. 1900s; full size bronze of two horses with cast P.J. Mene signature on a marble base, 29”x 13”x 19”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 550.00
  57. Set of 12 chromolithographs ca. 1980; birds, insects and other life from nature each matted and identified from the originals by L. Prang in frames of a later date, 13”x 10”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Additional Photo's 1 & 2 Sold For 55.00
  58. James Earle Fraser statue ca. 1900s; bronze cowboy taking a break with horse; signed “Fraser” on the marble base, 14”x 6” base, 10”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  59. Set of French prints ca. 1850; four hand colored, identified prints depicting Bordeaux, St. Owen at Rouen, etc. in black and gold matted frames, 16 1/4”x 10 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  60. Frederick Remington “Scalp” ca. 1900s; bonze casting on a marble base, 9”x 9 3/4” base, 13 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  61. 5 framed botanical watercolors ca. 1900-50; four matted with light openings depicting various plants; later floral design with two insects signed indistinctly in the lower right, 18”x 12 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  62. Pierre Jules Mene hunting dog statue ca. 1900s; in a traditional pose with cast P.J. Mene signature, 15”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  63. Set of shore birds ca. 1960-90; set of 4 wooden shore bird stick ups on a driftwood base, 39”x 10”x 17”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 450.00
  64. John A. McCann heron carving ca. 1988; large wooden carved and paint decorated heron signed “John A. McCann, Edge Water, MD April 1988”, 28”x 13”x 28”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  65. Eugene Ownby carving ca. 1988; wooden carved and paint decorated quail on a driftwood base signed and dated on the bottom; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  66. Rosewood whale carving ca. 1960-90; unsigned whale, 32”x 7”x 7”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00
  67. 3 decoys ca. 1940-90; unsigned Canadian goose decoy, 18 1/2”x 7”x 10”; unsigned black mallard decoy with glass eyes, 17”x 6”x 6”; working-type goose decoy with leather strap, 16”x 5”x 9”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 100.00
  68. Junghans Clock Co., Germany chiming shelf clock ca. 1910; eight day time strike and quarter chiming Westminster spring driven pendulum movement in a mahogany case with engraved brass dial and silvered chapter ring and sub dials, 16”x 12 1/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00
  69. Bradley & Hubbard duplex student lamp ca. 1890; with embossed ruby red shades, double lamp with the original font and sitting on a round brass base, 22”x 25”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  70. Bradley & Hubbard hobnail cranberry glass hanging shade ca. 1880; pierced decorative frame with prism surrounds complete with ceiling attachment, smoke deflector, original burner adjustment and a brass font and holder, 40”h, 13 3/4” shade width; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 160.00
  71. Fruit design hanging slag glass lamp ca. 1900-20; with apple, cherry and grape design and a tan slag upper edge with tan petal design collar, 14 1/2”h, 22”d; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 25.00
  72. Satin glass lamp ca. 1880; table lamp with embossed shade and font container retaining the original burner adjustment resting on a quilted pierced base, 26”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  73. Wm. L. Gilbert Co., Winstead, Conn. mirror side parlor clock ca. 1880; eight day time and strike spring driven pendulum movement in a walnut case with gold finished ornaments, a paper dial and silk screened glass, 23 1/2”x 16 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00
  74. Seederer-Kohlusch, Inc. scale & weights ca. 1910; boxed single beam jeweler’s scale appearing complete with all components including complete box of weights and tweezers in a walnut case with ebonized trim and glass sides and front with a single drawer, 19”x 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  75. Iron state building bank ca. 1900; with arch windows and doors, roof with dormer windows and a widows walk, 4 1/2”x 3 1/2”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  76. 2 iron toys ca. 1900-40; unknown maker cast metal seated scotty dog paperweight with a tilted head, perked ears and tan painted body, 5 1/4”x 4”; A.C. Williams “share cropper” bank with “Give Me a Penny” on belly in red and black paint, 3”x 5 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  77. Iron state building bank ca. 1900; iron building bank with arch windows and doors, hip roof with dormer windows and widows walk, 4 1/2”x 3 1/2”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  78. Unsigned Hubley sleeping cat doorstop ca. 1930; design #214 hollow cast iron cat seated with bent a down head in black paint, 7 1/2”x 8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 240.00
  79. Comic papier mache candy container ca. 1940; duck and frog seated on a log shaped candy tube, 4 1/2”x 3”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  80. Steiff ride-on toy cow ca. 1920; straw stuffed cow with pull cord, “moo-ing” sound, steering mechanism and mounted on rubber rimmed steel wheels, 21”x 17 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 240.00
  81. J. Chein tin Ferris wheel ca. 1930s; Hercules key-wind Ferris wheel, 13”x 17”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  82. 2 iron bell telephone trucks ca. 1920-50s; medium size Mack panel door Bell telephone truck with original rubber wheels, 5 1/2”x 3”; second generation Hubley large scale Bell telephone truck with boom, two ladders, two shovels, auger and tamper, 9 1/2”x 5”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 250.00
  83. 7 pc. standard gauge Lionel freight & work train set ca. 1929; including #402-E electric locomotive in tan color; #219 operating derrick/crane car; #217 caboose; #212 gondola; #213 cattle car with box; #212 gondola with box; #216 coal car with box and a reproduced catalog accompanying; Estimate $600.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 1,850.00
  84. Assembled Lionel standard gauge freight & work train set ca. pre-1940; including 400E engine and tender; #220 floodlight car with box; two #218 dump cars with boxes; #214 box car with box; #217 caboose with box and approximately 10 pieces of straight track; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 1,250.00
  85. Louise Marx tin Main St. mechanical toy ca. 1930s; wind-up toy with two terminal ends and street scenes with three street cars and three delivery trucks entitled “Main St. Pat. Pending” with similar revolving mechanism as “Honeymoon Express”, 24”x 3”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  86. Litho toy dollhouse ca. 1890s; Germanic form half-timber framed house with lithograph wallpaper covering and having a steep sag gable roof with third floor swing door, small covered gable houses, hoist for elevator, tin elevator in shaft and mounted on a wooden sled shoe base, 12”x 13 1/2”x 21”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  87. 2 homemade primitive buildings ca. 1880-1900; early primitive two floor mill/factory building with tall spire top, three level access door, pulley hood over door, 16 four-lite windows, first floor with drop-over water wheel in unpainted and primitive nail construction; primitive bank barn with extended back; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 110.00
  88. Airline model Coca-Cola cooler ca. 1940s; with embossed lettering and hinged lid having an iron Coca-Cola bottle opener mounted on the lid and interior of stainless steel, 17 1/2”x 7”x 12”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  89. 2 Singer hand crank machines ca. 1920s; girl’s hand crank #20 sewing machine with original instruction booklet, C-clamp and a partial box, 7”x 3 1/2”x 7”; table mounted hand-crank fabric cutter with zig-zag wheel and adjustable fence, 6 1/2”x 3”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  90. Heubach-Köppelsdorf baby doll ca. 1900-40; model 300- 4/0 smiling boy doll with a composition body, bright green fixed glass eyes, simple white outfit, girl’s wig and modern shoes with the head having an open smile mouth, 12 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  91. 2 dolls ca. 1930-50; Schoenhut composition body doll with hand painted eyes, carved wood head, carved hands and holes in feet for stand with a sailor’s outfit, 20”; Effanbee plastic doll on roller skates in a white dress with red trim, 14”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  92. 2 composition character dolls ca. 1930s; Ideal Shirley Temple doll with original dress and sleepy eyes, 13”; Effanbee Patsy doll in a red polka dot dress with blue shoes and Effanbee doll bracelet, 14”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  93. Frozen Charlotte-type doll ca. 1860-1880; Victorian era molded tin head doll with blonde hear, jointed kidd leather body, bisque hands and a brown plaid dress and bonnet, 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  94. 5 assorted games ca. 1890-1930; Lindstrom’s marble shooting baseball game with spring operated bat; Parker Bros. “Cube Anagram’s” box; “The House That Jack Built” game board with players copyright 1895; Milton Bradley #4403 “Table Croquet” set in original box; The Embossing Co. “Color Cubes” in box; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  95. 2 cast iron animal figure doorstops ca. 1930-60; parrot in ring on a molded block base, 7”x 8”; late seated Persian cat in black and white paint, 7”x 8 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  96. Vintage cloth doll ca. 1870; homemade hand-stitched cloth doll with face in lithograph print stitched in place, blonde hair, blue velvet bonnet and outer coat with five under layers of clothing, 18”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  97. Louis Marx & Co. mechanical toy ca. 1930s; lithographed tin key-wind “Main Street” with two terminals and revolving track of three trolleys, two busses, box truck and street scene with a black and red surface, 24”x 3”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  98. Louis Marx Streamline Speedway set ca. 1930s; molded road bed figure-eight design track raceway with yellow key-wind tin car and original slide over stapled cardboard box, 17 1/2”x 13 1/2”x 3” box; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 70.00
  99. 45 assorted pottery marbles ca. 1850-1900; including: five large Bennington glaze, four small Bennington glaze, five large cobalt decorated salt glazed, six sponge spatter decorated and many unglazed with painted lines, 3/8”- 1 1/2”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  100. Set of 28 Mecca Cigarette Co. baseball cards ca. 1910-11; including: F. Clarke; M. Huggins; E. Collins; N. Lajoie; J. McGinnity; H. Jennings, 2 1/16”x 4 3/4” each; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $700.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 1,000.00
  101. 2 E93 Standard Caramel Co. baseball cards ca. 1910; Standard Caramel cards of Lancaster, PA featuring Charles “Chief” Bender, Philadelphia and Rube Wadell, St. Louis; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  102. J&E Stevens clown on globe mechanical bank ca. 1890; cast iron bank with a clown sitting atop a blue globe with a spinning mechanical action, 5”x 5”x 9”; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$1,500.00 Sold For 1,250.00
  103. Wooden jointed dancing man ca. 1900s; “black Americana” man in a top hat with jointed knees, hips and shoulders, 6”x 1”x 19”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 325.00
  104. Black Americana rag doll ca. 1900-40; with painted face and original clothing, 10”x 3”x 23”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  105. Pecking chicken toy ca. 1900-40; wooden and polychromal chicken toy with cord and wooden weight mechanism, 7”x 10”x 3”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 375.00
  106. Pair of cast iron bookends ca. 1870-90; cast iron and painted featuring a half moon with embossed stars around a bird and initials “FLT” “R”, 6”x 5”x 7”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  107. Hubley monkey doorstop ca. 1900-30; cast iron and painted monkey, 4 1/2”x 7”x 9”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 270.00
  108. 3 cast iron dog doorstops ca. 1900-60; painted and cast iron doorstop featuring three bulldogs in a basket signed on back “Steacy & Wilton Co./Wrightsville, PA/ Copyright 1932/ M. Rosenstein/ Lancaster PA USA”, 7 1/2”x 3”x 6 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 500.00
  109. Hymnal with silver mounting ca. 1803; German language hymnal “Christliche Gesaenge…Evangelischen Gemeine in Kaufbeuren” printed in Kaufbeuren by Fr. Jos. Dorn, 768 pages plus register and bound in boards with silver mountings and clasps with gilt edges, 4 1/4”x 7”x 2”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 240.00
  110. First edition British Book of Class and Human Rights ca. 1771; Observations Concerning the Distinction of Ranks in Society published in London by John Murray, 1771 in original leather binding with half title and end papers, title and front cover verso signed WM. Irrgrant 1800 with engraved owner’s book plate including text about slavery and women’s rights, 8 1/2”x 10 1/2”x 1”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 500.00
  111. D.M. Baker ad ca. 1908; printed photo image of D.M. Baker & Co. Mill in Manheim, PA with a green border and mounted in a walnut frame having an extensive history penned on reverse, 9 1/4”x 6 1/2” sight, 11 1/4”x 9 1/2” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  112. Manheim Guards Honorable Discharge certificate ca. 1842; printed text with handwritten infill issued to Samuel Nees, Private, signed by Jesse Schauer, Captain, Manheim Guards, Lancaster Co., and mounted in a molded black frame, 7 3/4”x 9 3/4” sight; 11 3/4”x 13 3/4” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  113. Ruhl’s Church broadside ca. 1967; advertising “Centennial Year Ruhl’s Sunday School Picnic” printed with wood type in red and green ink by Sentinel Printing House of Manheim, PA, 14”x 22”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  114. Schaefferstown, PA Columbus Day broadside ca. 1892; advertising a “Flag Raising and Magnificent Street Parade…” with text of four patriotic songs, a cut of a soldier with an American flag printed by M.R. Landis, Richland, PA and mounted in a grained frame, 6”x 15 3/4” sight; 7 1/4”x 18 1/4” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  115. Taufschein ca. 1861; printed form by Saeger and Leisenring in Allentown, PA having hand-colored angels, birds and an eagle decoration recording the 1844 birth of Lorenz Hoffarth in Salzburg Township, Lehigh County, PA and mounted in a black painted frame, 13 1/2”x 16” sight; 19”x 21 1/2” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  116. 1818 Ebner Taufschein ca. 1818; bird and angel motif form printed by Henrich Ebner in Allentown recording the birth of Tobias Cressman in Rockhill Township, Lower Bucks County, PA hand-colored and mounted in an oak frame, 13 1/4”x 16 1/2” sight; 17”x 22” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  117. Berks County distance table ca. 1860; framed chart of distances between Berks County towns copyright by H.F. Bridgens with receipt of original purchaser on reverse and mounted in a molded gold frame, 17 1/2”x 13 1/2” sight; 21 1/2”x 17 1/2” framed; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  118. 1895 bookplate ca. 1895; for Sadie G. Minnich, Lincoln, Lancaster County in black ink on paper and mounted in a pine frame, 4 7/8”x 6 1/2” sight; 7 1/2”x 9 1/4” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  119. 10 real photo postcards of Atlantic City & River View Park, MD ca. 1910-20; multiple copies of three images of two women posing in Atlantic City in bathing costumes, an additional two cards with some image of two women in an early car marked River View Park, Maryland all unused, 3 3/8”x 5 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  120. Folk art portrait of woman with fan ca. 1820-60; painting on paper with German language caption stating the subject is an upper class woman and mounted in a molded and black-painted frame, 3 1/2”x 5 1/4” sight; 7 3/4”x 9 1/4” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  121. Folk art painting of a man with top hat ca. 1920-50; painting on paper of a man with a top hat and walking stick identified as “McArthur, Wilson” unsigned and mounted in a gold-painted and aged frame, 9 1/2”x 12 1/2” sight; 12”x 15” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  122. Folk art watercolor ca. 1920-50; painting on paper of a 19th century depiction of two families meeting in the woods, unsigned and mounted in a white painted frame, 13 1/2”x 9” sight; 16”x 11 3/4” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  123. Snipe shooting print ca. 1789; hand-colored print of hunter with dog hunting a snipe printed by C. Catton jun. after a painting by G. Morland published in London by T. Smith with publication date of Feb. 10, 1789 with caption “Snipe Shooting” and matted and mounted in a modern frame, 14 3/4”x 13 1/2” sight; 21 1/2”x 19 1/2” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  124. 2 pieces of Mary Gregory glass ca. 1860-90; blown teal blue glass cup with an applied handle, white sailboat on waves and a small sailboat in the background having birds in the sky and “Atlantic City” and gilt highlights on handle, 2 3/8”d, 2 7/8”h; twelve-sided cranberry glass covered bureau box blown in a mold with two pieces mounted on a hinged brass frame having a white design of a boy in foliage (top portion) and base design of a band of ferns, 4 1/8”d, 2 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  125. Painted opal white glass covered box ca. 1890-1920; eight-panel oblong bureau box with blurry red ink back stamp “Kelva” having satin finish, painted floral design on a greenish foliage background with a brown surround outlined by white enamel dots, 2 7/8”x 3 7/8”x 5 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  126. Blown olive green glass saddle bottle ca. 1800-40; in flattened bulbous form with a long narrow neck and a ground rim, 8 3/8”x 3”x 4 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  127. Colorless rectangular glass case bottle ca. 1800-40; with copper wheel engraving on four sides, two with tulips and foliage and tow with foliage and drooping flowers having an extended flattened collar and scarred base, 9 1/8”x 2 7/8”x 4 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  128. 3 English type blown colorless glass items ca. 1840; Bristol type colorless blown glass mug with enameled floral band and “Remember Me” medallion having an applied strap handle, 2 3/4”d, 3 5/8”h; tall round funnel wine one a plain stem with a folding conical foot, 2 7/8”d, 5 3/4”h; cylindrical decanter with a molded vertical ribbed foot, copper wheel engraving of grape vines and three applied rings on neck with a rayed cut mushroom stopper, 4 5/8”d, 10 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  129. Pair of bar bottles & glass decanter ca. 1835-50; pair of colorless molded slightly bulbous flint glass bar bottles in “Bull’s Eye” pattern having a ground pontil base and typical thick globular collars accompanied by a pair of cut diamond faceted stoppers (by association), 4 3/4”d, 10 1/8”h; American colorless one pint size three mold glass slightly bulbous decanter having flute and hoop motif (McKearin GI-29) with molded sunburst stopper and a scarred base, 3 7/8”d, 9 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  130. 2 pressed glass covered compotes ca. 1860-90; one colorless glass large oblong compote in “Deer and Pine Tree” pattern, 12 1/4”x 6 3/4”x 9”; one amber glass “sawtooth” pattern, 9 3/4”d, 14 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  131. 3 pieces of colorless “classic” pattern pressed glass ca. 1860-90; covered sugar hexagonal bowl on six feet, 8 1/8”x 4 1/4”; celery vase hexagonal bowl on six feet, 8 1/8”x 4 1/8”; plate with warrior on a horse signed “P Jacobus, Scu” at base of rock having a rounded and pointed arch rim, 11 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  132. Blown molded flip glass with engraved border ca. 1770-1820; colorless blown molded glass flip having crude copper wheel engraved border with twelve molded panels below, 4 3/8”d, 6”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  133. 7 pieces of American pressed glass ca. 1845; three round scalloped rim nappies in the Plume pattern (McKearin, plate 151 #8): one in dark red amber, one purple amethyst and one opalescent; pair of scalloped edge opalescent round dishes with an “Arabesque” type motif (McKearin plate 136 #3 & #4); rectangular uncolored dish with arch and tooth rim, leaf and Gothic arch motif (McKearin plate 150 #5); round scalloped uncolored dish with shell border and princess feather medallion and shield motifs (McKearin plate 158 #2); Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  134. 17 piece colorless pressed glass in swan pattern ca. 1860-90; pair of footed cylindrical creamers; covered sugar; pair of scalloped rim sauce dishes; four footed sauce dishes with scalloped rims; four footed sauce dishes with scalloped rims; pair of oblong dishes with scalloped rims; oblong tray with open extended handles; compote with scalloped rim; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  135. 2 redware dishes attributed to Stahl Pottery ca. 1947-50s; slipware pie plate with coggled rim and five wavy cream slip lines on a brown ground, 8 3/8”d, 1 1/2”h; shallow bowl with recessed interior center having the exterior with ringed tooling and base marked in pencil “By Stahl 1947”, 7 5/8”d, 1 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  136. PA redware manganese mottled flower pot & saucer ca. 1860-90; PA lead glazed redware taper sided flower pot with detached saucer having three bars of vertical manganese sponging; pot with tooled coggle collar band and thickened rolled rim and saucer with incised rim band, 4 7/8”d, 3 7/8”h pot; 4 1/8”d, 7/8” saucer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  137. 3 food molds ca. 1875-1990; 19th century PA lead reddish brown lead glazed turkshead mold having a scalloped rim with 14 swirled ribs and an open central cone with manganese sponged rims, 5 3/4”d, 2”h; late brown glazed redwdare round disk with raised relief sheaf  of wheat motif (copy of carved wooden butter prints), 3 3/8”d, 3/8” thick; unknown age stoneware mold with interior vertical ribbed rim and central swimming swan motif having celadon interior glaze and Albany slip exterior glaze, 1 3/4”x 3 3/8”x 4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  138. PA 2 color slipware pie plate ca. 1840-60; cream and brown slip decorated pie plate in fruit design with two stylized tulips on an orangey brown ground and a faintly coggled rim, 9 3/8”d, 1 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  139. Rockingham glazed pitcher with face spout ca. 1840-60; octagonal Rockingham glazed yelloware slightly bulbous pitcher with molded bearded man’s face spout (North Wind), 9 1/8”x 6 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00
  140. PA redware ovoid jug ca. 1840; PA lead glazed jug with fine manganese spotting on a brown glaze ground and having a ribbed strap handle, 6”d, 7 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  141. 2 PA redware flower pots ca. 1880; with attached saucers: one manganese sponging on a brownish yellow ground with double incised “X” shoulder rings and tooled rim, 5”d, 3 5/8”h; streaked manganese speckles on an orangey brown ground, 4 7/8”d, 3 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 250.00
  142. Joseph S. Henne redware jelly jar ca. 1850; PA lead glazed (interior only) redware slightly bulbous jelly jar impressed “2” with over and under impressed stamps of “J.S. Henne” (Upper Tulpehocken Twp, Berks Co., PA) streaked with manganese speckles on an orangey brown glaze and slightly flared half round rim, 4 5/8”d, 4 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 500.00
  143. Christian Link redware jelly jar & redware tart dish ca. 1880; both PA lead glazed: slightly bulbous jelly jar impressed “C. Link/Exeter” in dark brown manganese type glaze and a beveled rim, 5 1/4”d, 4 7/8”h; interior orangey brown glazed tart dish, 5 7/8”d, 1 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  144. 2 PA lead glazed redware jars ca. 1880; miniature jar with manganese glazing, 1 3/4”d, 1 3/4”h; small jar with coggled shoulder, flared round rim and manganese glazing, 3 1/4”d, 4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  145. 4 pieces of PA lead glazed redware & miniature stoneware mold ca. 1860-90; two molded round food molds resembling a sunburst or sunflower with a brown ground having a manganese sponged rim, footed base and flattened rim: one with 13 ribs, 6 3/8”d, 2 3/4”h; one with 16 ribs, 4 1/2”d, 1 3/4”h; small shallow bowl, 3 5/8”d, 1 1/4”h; saucer with streaked manganese on an orangey brown ground raised foot ring, 5 3/4”d, 1 1/2”h; miniature handled stoneware food mold in Albany slip glaze having twelve swirled ribs and a rounded rim, 3 1/2”d, 1 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  146. 2 PA redware turkshead food molds ca. 1880; molded 16 ribbed turkshead mold in manganese sponging on an olive green and yellowish brown ground, 5 3/8”d, 2 1/4”h; molded 14 swirled ribbed turkshead having exterior manganese sponging on a reddish brown ground with some olive green and a capped cone, 6 5/8”d, 2 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 230.00
  147. PA redware jar & creamer ca. 1880; strap handled slightly bulbous creamer with manganese sponging on a medium brown ground, collar with pair of raised three rings at shoulder and waist, 3 3/8”d, 3 1/2”; squat bulbous jar with raised neck ring, slightly rounded rim and manganese sponging and streaks on a brown ground, 4 1/2”d, 4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  148. 2 redware Lebanon Valley honey pots ca. 1875; slightly bulbous forms with ribbed strap handles, incised collar rings and sponged manganese on a reddish brown ground, 4 7/8”d, 5 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  149. PA ovoid redware jug ca. 1840-60; having a rolled strap handle, molded broad sloping mouth, five vertical manganese strips on a dark brown ground and two incised rings on collar, 4 3/4”d, 6 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 280.00
  150. Stahl Pottery sgraffito dish ca. 1939; with a tulip motif in black, blue and green on a cream ground with incised “Made by I.S. Stahl, Jan 8-1939 in S.P.” on base having a thickened coggled rim and original penciled price of $3.00 reduced to $2.00, 8 7/8”d, 2 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 280.00
  151. Large Stahl redware pitcher ca. 1939; bulbous pitcher with a ribbed strap handle, amber toned olive glaze with brownish streaks, a raised collar ring and incised on base “Made in/Stahl’s Pottery/by Thomas Stahl/ Mar 6th 1939”, 7 1/4”d, 9”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  152. Stahl Pottery covered pot ca. 1937; bulbous redware covered pot having a rolled handle with rigaree return, gadroon type bands on a shoulder and foot, olive green glaze with citron spots having the base incised “SP” (Stahl Pottery) “Made by I.S. Stahl, May 14, 1937” having a stepped flattened dome lid with conical button top and olive green glaze with green spots, 6”d, 6 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 230.00
  153. 3 pieces of Stahl Pottery redware ca. 1940-42; pair of small dishes with olive green toned brown glaze and thick coggled rims both incised on base “Made by I.S. Stahl 2, 6th 1940”, 1 1/2”x 4 1/2”x 4 3/4”; miniature bulbous pitcher having a ribbed strap handle, incised rings at shoulder and waist with a raised neck band and incised on base “Made/by Thos/Stahl/Sept 4/1942”, 1 7/8”d, 2 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  154. Stahl Pottery redware candlestick ca. 1939; raw umber glaze with three grey green bands incised on base “Made by IS Stahl Nov 3 1939”/Very Cold 25-D-”, 5 5/8”d, 5 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  155. Stahl Pottery redware plate ca. 1934; with brown over brown glaze incised in center “Oct 5/1934/ If this is a cuted (sic) pie/ One half of it will/be mine/I-S-S”, 8 1/4”d, 1 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  156. 2 Gaudy Dutch cups & saucers ca. 1830; English pearlware handleless cups and saucers: one in “single rose” and one in “grape”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  157. Gaudy Dutch “carnation” plate ca. 1830; English pearlware plate, 8 1/4”d, 1”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  158. 5 pieces of Gaudy Welsh ca. 1856-60; English ironstone Gaudy Welsh “seeing eye” pattern handleless cup and saucer with saucer having impressed 1856 registration mark and two luncheon plates with one base impressed “E. Walley” “Niagra Shape” and 1856 registration mark; “pin wheel” pattern side plate with base impressed “ironstone”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  159. 2 historic blue transfer plates ca. 1830; luncheon plate with oriental waterscape scene having a double indented rim and impressed on base “Clews Warranted Staffordshire”, 8 5/8”d; dinner plate with rural English landscape of a couple with a donkey and buildings in the background with an indented rim, 9 7/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  160. 3 pcs. stick spatter & 4 earthenware plates ca. 1900-40; English ironstone stick spatter handleless cup and saucer in the “Regout’s Flower” design of three florets with foliage and hand painted red flowers with blue centers having a black ink back stamp on base “Wm Adams & Co/Tunstall/England”; English ironstone “Black Beauty” stick spatter plate in the “Regout’s Flower” motif with the addition of a black heavy stick spatter border having a black ink back stamp on base “Wm Adams & Co/Tunstall/England”; four “plum” motif earthenware plates with large brushed plums and leaves and stick spatter floret clusters and leaves having a black ink back stamp “Societe Ceramique Maastricht/Made in Holland” on base; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  161. 3 English Queen’s Rose dishes ca. 1835; pair of pearlware luncheon plates having diapered borders with scrolled floral vignettes and indented rims, 8 1/4”d, 1”h; deep dish having diapered border with scrolled floral vignettes and an indented rim, 8 1/4”d, 1 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  162. 3 various English ceramics ca. 1835-80; pearlware toddy plate decorated with orangey red flowers, green leaves and orangey red and green tendrils; pearlware handleless cup and saucer decorated with blue and red sponging; stick spatter side dish having green skeletonized leaves and purple flowers; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  163. English earthenware plate ca. 1900-40; with a blue, green and red brushed late Adams-type border and central rabbitware medallion transfer of four rabbits in a fenced area, 9 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  164. 2 English pearlware type plates ca. 1825-35; brushed floral design in blue, black, green and red with impressed spread eagle on base (Knight, Elkin & Co) and an indented rim, 7 5/8”d; brushed floral design in black, blue, green, red and yellow with an indented rim, 7 5/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  165. 2 English plates ca. 1830-75; pearlware luncheon plate with brushed blue, black, green, purple, red and yellow geometric type motif and having an indented rim, 8 1/2”d; ironstone “Columbine” luncheon plate with brushed columbine motif in black, blue, green, purple and red with green daisy no center stick spatter border, 8 3/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  166. 4 Worcester English porcelain pitchers ca. 1860-90; floral decorated on ivory ground porcelain with purple ink backstamp: one with registration number “29115” and “1094”, 4”d, 5 3/8”h; one year “1889” with registration number “29115” and “1094”, 4 1/2”d, 6 1/4”h; one year “1887” bottle shape, 5 3/4”d, 10”h; one horn form pitcher with registration number “37112” and “1116”, 4 5/8”d, 10 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  167. Flow black “Washington Vase” platter & covered teapot ca. 1850; octagonal platter and covered teapot having a flow black printed transfer with the  platter having black ink back stamp “Pearl StoneWare/Washington Vase/ PW& Co” (Podmore, Walker & Co), 12 1/8”x 15 5/8” platter; 9 1/4”x 5 5/8” teapot; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  168. 2 “Wheat & Clover” ironstone covered teapots ca. 1870; teapot with black ink back stamp Royal Arms and “Pearl Ironstone China/ Ford – Challinor & Co”, 9 5/8”x 6 1/8”; teapot with black ink back stamp Royal Arms and “Pearl Ironstone China/ Turner & Tomkinson”, 10 7/8”x 6 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  169. Matching ironstone wash bowl & pitcher ca. 1855; both impressed “T&R Boote/Sydenham Shape” and registration mark for 1853: round footed wash bowl, 13 1/8”d, 4 7/8”h; octagonal urn form pitcher, 11 7/8”x 7 1/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  170. Railroad station ticket booth sign ca. 1890-1910; Boston & Maine RR reverse painted glass tickets sign, 34”x 4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00
  171. Signed brass bucket & stirrer ca. 1880-1950; “American Brass Kettle Manufacturers” #1 bucket with approximately a 12 gallon capacity having an iron swing handle and brass mounts with copper rivets, 12”-17”d, 12”h; small apple butter stirrer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  172. 2 unsigned brass buckets ca. 1880; both factory manufactured with wrought iron handles and cast brass brackets attached with copper rivets; 8”-12”d, 7”h; 9”- 12 1/2”d, 9”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  173. 2 brass buckets ca. 1880; Hayden’s Ansonia Brass Co. spun brass bucket with brass bucket, copper rivets & hand wrought handle, 8”- 10 1/2”d, 7 1/2”h; unsigned hand crafted brass bucket with fold and crimp seam base and two piece side wrapped with a wire top and replaced wire handle, 5 1/2”- 7 1/2”d, 5”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  174. Dietz Vesta railroad lantern ca. 1910; tubular style railroad lantern marked “Rdg. Co. Dept Reading Co. Locomotive Dept.” with an orange globe original to lantern with frosted “R. Co. – Reading Company”, 15 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  175. Softwood coffee mill with pewter rim ca. 1850; poplar dovetailed box with small drawer and wooden knob having pewter top houses iron grinder and handle capped with maple knob, 7”x 7”x 10”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  176. 2 brass schoolmaster’s hand bells ca. 1860-1900; two spun brass handbells with brass capped maple handle and iron ball clapper, 7 1/4”d, 12”h & 5 1/2”d, 9”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  177. 3 various brass hand bells ca. 1860-1900; brass bell with brass capped walnut handle and iron ball clapper, 5 1/4”d, 9”h; brass bell with turned poplar handle, 4”d, 7”h; brass bell with brass nut capped walnut handle, 3 3/4”d, 7 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  178. 2 early pastry wheel crimpers ca. 1820-1900; hand wrought pie wheel crimper with iron pin and bone topped iron handle, 1 3/4”d, 6 1/2”h; Victorian era pie wheel with china wheel and unfinished maple turned handle, 2”d, 6”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  179. Hand wrought iron “sticking tommy” candle lamp ca. 1830-60; rare initialed “F.D.L.” flat bar wrapped peg with ring wrapped candle handle holder, 7”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  180. Set of 4 small sad irons with handles ca. 1880-1910; Enterprise style sad irons with spring catch handles, 3 3/4”- 4 3/4”l; 2 5/8”- 3 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  181. 3 various brass wheel pie crimpers ca. 1850-1900; Sheridan type brass handle with decorative top brass cutting wheel and steel crimping trimmer wheel attributed to Sheraton, Lebanon Co., PA and with patent Sept. 11, 1866, 6”; small brass pastry wheel with cast brass handle, 3 1/4”d, 4 1/2”h; brass pastry wheel crimper patented Sept. 11, 1866; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  182. 10 hand wrought marking scribes ca. 1800-1940; including early and reproduced pieces in varied forms and lengths all with round ring tops and twisted shafts, 5 1/2”- 13”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  183. 2 signed small irons with set wooden handles ca. 1890; “The Pearl” small bonnet iron with wooden arch handle, 2 3/4”x 2”; child’s iron with nickel plated base having a japanned cast cap and wooden arch handle, 3 3/4”x 2 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  184. 4 various small child’s irons ca. 1880-1920; small sad-type iron unsigned with a blue green painted handle and latch assembly; patent May 21, 1895 iron with thumblatch having a spring catch; unsigned small Dover-type bonnet iron with cup and pod design in nickel plate; Dover signed sleeve iron with cup and pod design and a green painted handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  185. 3 various brass pie wheels/crimpers ca. 1800-1930; early 1800s brass pie wheel with hand wrought arm and small walnut turned grasp; New England style brass pie wheel with cast brass arm and turned maple handle; late German brass pie wheel and brass arm with handle marked Lutz File Co.; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  186. Group of small cast irons & trivets ca. 1840-1940; four various football shaped irons with rope twist grips; small triangular shaped iron; four matched open cast four footed trivets; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  187. 6 assorted Dover-style sad irons ca. 1890-1920; cast bonnet iron with wooden handle; four various Dover cup and pod sad irons with swing arm catches and wooden handles; late 1920s toy triangular iron with wooden handle attributed to Dover, 3 1/4”- 4 3/4”l, 2”- 3 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  188. Small refinish 2 drawer thread cabinet ca. 1890s; mahogany case with two softwood drawers and having wooden drawer pull knobs, 13”x 4 3/4”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  189. 2 various kitchen primitives ca. 1860-1910; English copper tea kettle with copper capped brass handle, copper lid with brass knob and bird spout, 8”d, 12”h; oak splint market basket with high sides and broad carry handle, 17 1/2”x 11 1/2”x 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  190. Lightning rod with ornamental cast weathervane ca. 1880; ornamental open cast iron weathervane with frosted and ruby glass gazing panel having a crescent moon with shooting star design, copper tube rod with milk glass arrester ball and having a cast brass star topper,, 23” vane, 3’h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 250.00
  191. Dietz No. 3 hanging lantern/barge lantern ca. 1880; tubular No. 3 lantern with purplish color glass globe sitting on a tin flared plate base with wire swing arm hanger, 13 1/2”d, 21 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 270.00
  192. Wrought iron rush lamp stand on wooden legged base ca. 1800s; hand wrought basket maker’s drawer pliers/tongs mounted on early farrier’s three leg hoof stand on a twig branch base and added central pin to holder tongs, 26”d, 40”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 350.00
  193. Yellow painted wooden firkin with Keystone Mince Meat label ca. 1890; copper constructed wooden bucket with lid having a red and green paper label “Keystone Mince Meat, Atmore & Son Inc., Phila., PA” in 20 pound size with a wire carry handle, 9 1/2”- 11”d; 10”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00
  194. Hanging softwood salt box ca. 1820; nail construction poplar box mounted on a wall bracket with ball and flare top and having a slanted lid, 11”x 6”x 9 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  195. Punched tin hanging candle box ca. 1850; tubular shaped tin box with two hanger straps having the ends decorated with pinwheel designs and lid having three punched tin stars and lid with small tin clasp, 4 1/2”d, 13”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 280.00
  196. Unusual tin 8 hole round candle mold ca. 1870; circular form tin mold with two handles and eight hole molds having a round pan top and bottom with a small ring hanger applied to upper edge, 5 5/8”d, 9 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  197. Early hand wrought fireplace kettle trivet ca. 1780; with extended leg, two wrapped feet and an ornamental design with heart terminating in a leaf in a ring, 9”d, 27”x 6 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  198. 2 industrial age pie peelers ca. 1880-1910; Reading Hardware Co. cast iron hand crank peeler with automatic ejector arm, 12”x 8”; Hudson Parer Co. cast iron hand crank peeler with auto ejector arm, 11”x 8 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  199. Wooden 12 hole sugar mold ca. 1840; long rectangular shaped 12 hole mold with conical wells, 3 1/2”x 41 1/2”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  200. Unusual copper curing vat ca. 1880-1930; approx. 40-50 gallon round vat with two handles in copper mounts with punched initials “DO”, 19 1/4”x 23 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  201. Small dovetailed document chest ca. 1830-60; small green painted white pine chest in dovetailed construction with heavy wrought iron drop handles on back plates having long strap hinges, chest lock and molding base board trim, 17”x 11”x 11”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 270.00
  202. Unusual adjustable floor model candle holder ca. 1880-1930; centennial reproduction wrought iron adjustable single candle holder with lamp hook on softwood pole having a tri-braced foot and a side and press harp, 15”x 54”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  203. 5 hand wrought iron various branding irons ca. 1800-1900; various design brands all with socket top handle mounts and some with twisted bracing and other crude construction, 3”-6” heads; 14 1/2”- 20 1/2” shafts; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00
  204. 3 various lighting devices ca. 1800-70; iron hog scraper style push-up candlestick signed “Shaw” on base of thumb rod, 3 3/4”d, 7”h; late tin saucer base candle chamber stick with tin snuffer, 5 1/2”d, 3 3/4”h; tin fluid finger lamp with cone or peg base, 2 1/2”d, 4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  205. Primitive wrought iron combination rush/candlestick lamp ca. 1750-1800; three footed base with rod rush spring clamp and tapered socket candle holder, 9”x 23”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  206. Hand wrought hanging weight rush lamp ca. 1840-1900; re-purposed blacksmith tongs altered for use as a rush lamp with one arm fastened into turned pine round plate and other curved with hanger hook and small cast weight hanging to provide pressure to retain rush reed, 6 3/4”d, 17”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  207. 2 metal lighting accessories ca. 1860-1900; tin 12 hole candle mold with tray top and base having an applied handle, 7 1/2”x 3”x 11 1/4”; hand wrought iron hog scraper style push-up candlestick, 4”d, 7 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  208. 2 hand wrought lighting devices ca. 1780-1860; continental style double cruise lamp with small sheet metal reflector having an arm mounted to twisted combination jamb peg and hook, 4 3/4”x 2”x 5 1/4”; later “sticking tommy” combination jamb peg and hook candle holder with a thumb-operated spring steel press, 6 1/2”x 2 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  209. 2 kerosene lanterns ca. 1870-1920; Manhattan Brass Co. skater’s lamp with tin base tank having a heat deflector cone patented Dec. 24, 1865 and globe patented April 5, 1864 with a chain and ring hanger, 4”d, 9 1/2”h; W.V. & B. safety lantern with red shade and hinged drop door, 4”d, 9”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  210. Set of 8 Woodruff & Sons wooden seed measures ca. 1880-1920; graduated set of acorn shaped wooden scoops with paint coded turned maple handle produced by Woodruff & Son Inc., Milford, Conn., 1 3/8”- 3 1/2”d, 6”- 11 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 250.00
  211. Arts & crafts era pair of wrought iron candelabras ca. 1910; unattributed wrought iron four footed base with wrapped over feet, twisted shaft to diamond braced three arm bracket, sheet metal candle cups with hexagon shaped wax shield and base painted black with candle cups painted in faux copper green; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 210.00
  212. Early hand wrought iron two arm candle lampstand ca. 1740-90; fine early form with three large pad feet having an arch leg base with molded and tapered spire shafts, a spring braced bracket and tool decorated bracket top, 12”x 22 1/2”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 425.00
  213. 4 kitchen primitives ca. 1850-1900; two hand wrought iron dough scrapers with one having a ball top handle and other cigar shaped handle; hand wrought iron mincing/chopping knife with cherry handle; later factory made dough cutter with six blades; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  214. 3 wooden butter prints ca. 1840-1900; two turned molds with prints: three leaf design pattern, 3 1/8”d print in 3 3/4”d box, 4 3/4”h; a pomegranate design in turned mold, 3 3/4”d print in 4 3/4”d box, 5”h; wheat sheath design butter print with large knob handle, 3 1/4”d, 3 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  215. 3 assorted primitives ca. 1860-1910; brass schoolmaster’s hand bell with turned cherry wood handle, 5 5/8”d, 10”h; maple two handle lemon squeezer, 2”x 10 3/4”x 3 3/4”; two quart gray agate milk pail with tin lid and wire swing handle, 5 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  216. 2 household hand wrought iron primitives ca. 1800-40; dated 1825 flax working hatchel with large splice, iron covered bolt eyes and red painted dovetailed cover, 3 1/4”x 13”x 4 1/2”; unsigned hog scraper style push-up candlestick, 3 3/4”d, 6 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  217. 2 farm related primitives ca. 1840-1900; green painted double dry measure with coopered staves and wire bands, 7 1/4”- 8 3/4”d, 10 3/4”h; 12 hole tin candle mold with tray top and base and a beaded side handle, 3 1/2”x 9”x 10 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  218. 6 copper kitchen tools ca. 1850-1920; unusual cone shaped measure in dovetailed construction with a rolled handle, 4”d, 8 1/2”h; five various size funnels from later lab beaker funnels to brewer’s keg funnels, 4 3/4”-8”d, 7”-10”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  219. Early gooseneck copper tea kettle ca. 1770-1800; in dovetailed construction with a copper lid having a copper finial knob and handle with partial impression attributed to F. Hubley (Frederick Hubley, Lancaster, PA), 8”d, 5”h; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$600.00 Sold For 85.00
  220. Oval copper canner signed W. Apple ca. 1850-1900; copper canning kettle with two handles signed and having five small nub feet, 10 1/2”x 14 1/2”x 8”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  221. Cobalt flourish 5 gallon stoneware jug ca. 1860-90; salt glazed stoneware cylindrical jug with cobalt slip flourish “5”, 12 1/8”d, 18 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  222. 2 gallon cobalt diamond stenciled Cowden stoneware jug ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical jug with cobalt diamond stencil impressed “2” and “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” having brushed cobalt daubs at handle terminals with an Albany slip glaze interior, 9 1/8”d, 14 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  223. 2 gallon Fisher & Co. cobalt decorated stoneware crock ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical crock having a slipped cobalt “2” and slip and brushed cobalt foliage motif impressed “J. Fisher & Co/Lyons, NY” (Jacob Fisher) having a thick rounded rim, pair of applied lug ear handles and Albany slip glaze interior, 9 5/8”d, 9 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  224. 2 gallon Cowden & Wilcox cobalt decorated stoneware crock ca. 1870; slightly bulbous crock having a brushed cobalt hyacinth, impressed “2” and “Cowden & Wilcox/Harrisburg” with a pair of applied molded lug ear handles with brushed cobalt terminals and a thickened, tooled and flattened rim and an Albany slip glaze interior, 9 5/8”d, 10 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  225. 2 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware crock ca. 1875; salt glazed cylindrical crock with brushed cobalt feather motif impressed “2” having a pair of applied molded lug ear handles with brushed cobalt terminals, a thickened squared rim and Albany slip glaze interior, 10 1/8”d, 8 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  226. 2 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware crock ca. 1850; salt glazed stoneware squat slightly ovoid crock having brushed cobalt three branched foliage motif rising out of two dotted leaves with a thickened flattened rim and an Albany slip glaze interior, 10 1/8”d, 9”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  227. Cobalt decorated ovoid stoneware jar ca. 1835; salt glazed stoneware ovoid jar with a pair of brushed foliage and flower motifs on opposite sides having a pair of applied molded lug ear handles with brushed cobalt terminals, recessed interior lid flange, flattened slightly flared rim and an Albany slip glaze interior of mid-Atlantic origin, 9 5/8”d, 12”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  228. 1 1/2 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1880; salt glazed stoneware cylindrical jar having six brushed cobalt four leaf sprigs and impressed “1 1/2” having two incised collar rings, thickened square rim, Albany slip glaze interior and probably of Philadelphia origin, 8 1/8”d, 11 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  229. 1 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware pitcher ca. 1880; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware pitcher with three brushed cobalt stemmed floral motifs, brushed daubs on handle terminals and also below spout, ribbed strap handle and impressed “1” attributed to the Shenandoah Valley, 6 3/4”d, 11 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  230. 1 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1885; salt glazed stoneware cylindrical jar with three brushed cobalt floral designs having a flattened rim, molded neck and incised shoulder ring, attributed to Mount Jordon Pottery and “Dutch” Hooker as decorator with an Albany slip glaze interior and impressed “1”, 6 1/2”d, 10 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  231. 1 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1885; with five, three stroke feathered motifs having a flattened rim, molded neck, impressed “1”, Albany slip glaze interior and incised shoulder ring, attributed to Mount Jordon Pottery and Tom Grier as decorator, 6 7/8”d, 10 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  232. Cobalt decorated Cowden & Wilcox stoneware churn ca. 1870; small salt glazed cylindrical butter churn with brushed cobalt pair of closed tulips, flattened slightly flared rim with recessed lid flange, pair of molded applied lug ear handles with brushed cobalt terminals and an Albany slip glaze interior, 7 1/2”d, 9 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 290.00
  233. 2 pieces of cobalt decorated stoneware ca. 1860-90; small cylindrical crock with unidentified design having a pair of applied lug ear handles with a thickened flattened rim, Albany slip glaze interior and probably of mid-Atlantic origin, 8 1/4”d, 7 1/4”h; cylindrical jar with three faint flower and feathered foliage motifs having an Albany slip glaze interior, molded neck and incised shoulder ring probably of Philadelphia origin, 6 3/4”d, 10 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  234. 2 pieces of stoneware ca. 1850-1920; slightly bulbous crock with pair of molded applied lug ear handles, flattened slightly flared rim and raised collar ring, 8 1/4”d, 9 5/8”h; small slightly bulbous crock with extended flattened rim impressed “J.H. Dipple/Lewistown/PA” (John Dipple) with an Albany slip glaze interior, 6 1/8”d, 6 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  235. Cobalt bird decorated stoneware butter/cake crock ca. 1880; two gallon salt glazed cylindrical crock with a slipped cobalt bird on a branch with spiral ends, impressed “2”, pair of applied molded lug ear handles, Albany slip glaze interior with a thickened, rounded, flattened rim of mid-Atlantic origin, 11 1/4”d, 5 7/8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  236. 2 gallon Cowden cobalt decorated crock ca. 1885; cylindrical stoneware crock with square stenciled cobalt design, pair of applied lug ear handles and impressed “2” “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” with a thickened, molded, flattened rim, 9 3/4”d, 9 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  237. Cowden stoneware jug & crock ca. 1885; both impressed “FH Cowden/Harrisburg”: five gallon cylindrical jug impressed “5”, 11 3/4”d, 18”h; squat crock with iron wash effect, 9 1/8”d, 5 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  238. 2 yelloware mixing bowls ca. 1840-1920; large bowl with molded acanthus leaf pattern, 11 5/8”d, 5”h; later bowl with a pair of three raised blue rings, one on the rim and other at mid-section, 7 1/4”d, 3 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  239. 2 English Gaudy Welsh mugs ca. 1850; three handled pearlware mug with “oyster” motif, 4 3/8”d, 4”h; small child’s porcelain mug with “grape” motif, 1 3/4”d, 1 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  240. 3 English red printed transfer pearlware plates & a deep dish ca. 1840; side dish with red ink back stamp “Tyrolean” & “WR&Co” (William Ridgway & Co), 6 7/8”d; breakfast plate in an unidentified pattern, 8”d; breakfast plate with red ink stamp “Asiatic Views” & “FD” (Francis Dillon) impressed “Dillon”, 7 7/8”d; deep dish with red ink back stamp “Japan/RMW &Co/Flowers” (Ridgway, Morley, Wear & Co), 7 7/8”d, 1 3/8”h; all with indented rims; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  241. 4 English Staffordshire items ca. 1835-50; rectangular pearlware covered teapot with red printed transfer and infilled with green producing a plaid effect; pearlware handleless cup and saucer with red printed transfer and red ink back stamp “Jacksons/Clyde Scenery/ Warranted”; pearlware side plate with unidentified mulberry printed transfer; ironstone deep dish with red printed transfer having a red ink back stamp “Medina/C&B” also impressed “Cotton & Barlow”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  242. 3 English ceramic items ca. 1790-1830; slightly bulbous creamware creamer with brushed maroon feathered rim and floral motif in brown, green, maroon and yellow and having a ribbed strap handle; porcelain oval reticulated border platter with a sepia brushed scene of a folly and three gilt bandings; porcelain cup and saucer with mulberry printed transfer of flowers and foliage highlighted with gilt; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  243. 4 matching English pearlware items ca. 1840; in sepia printed transfer “Caledonian” pattern with green and burnt orange infill resulting in a plaid effect with sepia ink back stamp “Caledonia/RMW & Co”: handleless cup and saucer; scalloped rim side plate; waste bowl; octagonal covered teapot; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  244. 2 English black printed transfer covered sugar bowls ca. 1840; pearlware sugar bowls in tall, footed tapered hexagonal forms with a pair of open vertical handles both with different chinoiserie motifs: one impressed “17” on base and one impressed “5” on base, 8 1/2”x 4 5/8”ea; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  245. Flow black “Washington Vase” platter ca. 1850; English ironstone octagonal platter with a flow black printed transfer and black ink back stamp “Pearl Stoneware/Washington Vase/ PW&Co” (Podmore, Walker & Co) and impressed “Imperial Stoneware PW & Co”, 10 5/8”x 13 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  246. 6 historic blue “Europa” plates ca. 1820; printed transfer dinner plates by John and Richard Riley with a motif of a woman on a bull with three maidens and a town scape in background having a floral border and an indented rim, 9 3/4”- 10”d; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  247. Historic blue “Knton Castle” deep dish ca. 1830; English printed transfer deep dish with blue ink stamp “Knton Castle” and impressed “Enoch Wood & Sons/Burslem” with an indented rim, 10”d, 1 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  248. 3 English pearlware printed transfer dishes ca. 1835; mulberry “Grecian” printed transfer deep dish with mulberry ink back stamp “Grecian/WR” (William Ridgway), 10 1/4”d, 1 5/8”h; red printed transfer dinner plate with red ink backstamp “Windsor Castle/Lace Border/R.S.” (Ralph Stevenson) and “6”, 10 3/8”d; blue printed transfer dinner plate with blue ink back stamp “English Cities/Worcester/ EW&S/Celtic China” impressed “Wood” with a gadroon rim, 10 1/2”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  249. Cast metal bald eagle statue ca. 1900; standing eagle figure with fully spread wings and talons, highly molded feathers and holding a small hook in beak painted in gold with a white accented head, 9”x 25”x 13”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  250. Willimantic advertising spool/thread cabinet ca. 1870; four drawer mahogany store display with stencil decorated drawer fronts and wooden knobs having drawer interiors of poplar in wooden pin construction, 24”x 12”x 14”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 300.00
  251. Iron hinges & 2 utensils ca. 1800-50; pair of wrought iron mustache shaped hinges, 7 1/2”x 2 1/2”; wrought iron tasting ladle, 9”x 2”; iron pie crimper with a wooden handle, 7”x 2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  252. Nickel plated National cash register ca. 1900; ornamental cast brass model 47 1/4 register serial #442433 in nickel plate with the back having a fully raised shield and floral scroll accents, 17 1/2”x 17 1/4”x 16”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 220.00
  253. Softwood red painted miniature blanket chest ca. 1850; dovetail constructed chest with high bracket feet, lower trim and lid trim applied with wooden pegs, bottom applied with early cut nails and interior till with lower arch front drawer, 19 3/4”x 14”x 11 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00
  254. Salesman sample Victorian marble top dresser ca. 1880; walnut three drawer base with wooden pull, raised panel and carved corner columns, white marble top having crested mirror back with two candle boxes, 15”x 28”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 375.00
  255. Turned walnut mortar & pestle ca. 1860; cylinder turned mortar with rounded form top and walnut turned stomper/pestle, 5”-6”d, 7 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  256. 3 working duck decoys ca. 1880-1940; primitive wooden carved black duck decoy with white painted belly, lead weight and tie hooks on base, 14”x 7 1/2”; flat based primitive merganser with yellow paint decorated eyes, lead weight and tie on base, 13 1/2”x 6 1/2”; canvas back decoy, 15”x 9”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  257. Paint decorated tramp art miniature dresser ca. 1920; two drawer dresser base with chip carved raised panel drawer fronts, high mirror back with chip carved decoration, black and red paint accents and steel tack accents, 9 1/2”x 16 3/8”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  258. Inlaid mahogany jewelry box ca. 1900-20; with a decorated central star panel with diamond and sawtooth ribbon inlay framing the corners accented by pinwheel or star accents having inlays of satin, mixed fruit woods and ebony and the interior lid having a mirror and lined in blue velvet, 11”x 7 1/4”x 8 1/4”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 200.00
  259. Tramp art jewelry chest ca. 1890-1920; chip carved lid with raised chip carved trim having four softwood drawers with stepped chip carved panels and wooden carved drawer pulls, 17 1/4”x 8 1/2”x 11”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 190.00
  260. 2 brass tools ca. 1800-50; fine brass pastry wheel with two-part pie crimp handle, 1”d, 4 3/4”l; unsigned brass two handled nippers in arched design with inserted steel blade and handle decorated with small leaf design on upper shoulder of arms, 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  261. Unsigned hand wrought “Betty” lamp ca. 1790-1830; hanging oil “Betty” lamp in wrought iron with a hinged lid hanger arm hot welded to font arm and fitted with twisted combination jamb peg/hanger, 4 3/8”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  262. 2 English accent pieces ca. 1830-80; silver plated brass snuff box with soldier wearing a Napoleon style tri-corner hat, 1 3/4”d, 1”h; small brass peg top candle stick with wax catcher pan, 2 1/8”d, 5 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  263. Ornate carved ivory/bone folding toothpick ca. 1790-1820; folding pocket toothpick having an ornately carved handle and end with a dove resting on the palm of an outstretched hand, 3 1/2” with blade extended; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00
  264. Carved walking stick ca. 1870-1920;  having a carved human face and animal head on the handle and a knobby shaft with an iron tip and red varnished finish, 36 1/2”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  265. Tin theatrical helmet ca. 1860-1920; tinsmith-made with visor and peak on helmet and having a pierced faceguard, 11”x 7”x 9”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  266. 3 walking sticks ca. 1876-1900; centennial stick with burned decoration consisting of a banner “1776-1876”, 35”; antler grip with metal collar on a spinney wooden shaft, 33”; knobby wooden shaft fitted with a faceted brass knob, 35 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 40.00
  267. Round tin spice set with 7 spice tins ca. 1850; round lidded box with hinged lid having a brass handle and tin hasp, domed lip with japanning and paint banding and seven small interior lidded tins all with japanning, 7”d, 3 1/2”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  268. English style gooseneck copper tea kettle ca. 1830-80; tall copper tea kettle in dovetailed construction with solid cast brass arms, impressed “D” and lid molded with a brass knob, 9”d, 13”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  269. Large rectangular two-sided springerle mold ca. 1900s; possible European import recessed carving of a large man with a crown and walking stick on one side and reverse carved with German garbed woman having a crown in a flowing dress holding flowers, 6 1/2”x 18 1/4”x 1 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  270. 4 unmatched brass candlesticks ca. 1750-1850; two unmatched low push-up candlesticks with rectangular bases and molded stick center, 3”x 3”x 7”; two unmatched high candlesticks with square bases and molded sticks, 3 3/4”x 3 3/4”x 10 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  271. 4 various pie crimpers ca. 1760-1800s; two unmatched bone pie wheels with wooden handles (one turned), 1”- 1 1/2”d, 5”-7”h; homemade brass wheel with copper rod and wooden handle, 1 3/4”d, 6 3/4”h; brass clock gear style wheel on a brass handle with a fluted decorating top, 1 3/4”d, 5 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  272. Large blue painted coppered butter churn ca. mid 1800s; signed “J& JD, Albany, NY” upright barrel type churn with metal bands and wooden rim band having the original lathe turned lid with a peg grab knob and original white paint with a hickory dasher and rod accompanying, 13 1/2”d, 26”h; 4’ dasher rod; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 290.00
  273. Cherry dovetailed dough tray with original lid ca. 1850; dovetailed tapered side tray with two upper grasp handles and original lid with molded rail battens in primitive construction, 33 3/4”x 15”x 14”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  274. Large pair of centennial reproduction andirons ca. 1930; pair of early form andirons with molded two pad foot front and large knob type tops, 12”x 24 1/2”x 22”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  275.  2 kitchen primitives ca. 1850+; hand wrought handled gridiron in simple raised bracket form with a pinned rod grid, 12 1/2”x 11 1/2”x 3”; round woven rye straw basket/bowl, 13 1/4”x 4 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  276. Signed pantry box ca. 1870; signed Thos. Annett, E. Jaffrey, NH round wooden pantry box with banding on the lid of the box in copper nail construction, 9 1/2”x 5 1/4”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  277. Tin stove top coffee roaster ca. 1870-1900; tin cylinder shaped roaster with rod crank shaft, sliding tin access door, box shaped sheet metal base with bracket slots and marked “C.R. Ruegger Inc, New York”, 5”d, 8”h roaster; 8 1/2”x 6 1/2”x 4 5/8” base; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00
  278. Tin nursing bottle ca. 1830-60; lighthouse form bottle having a strap handle and tin lid with a loop finial, 4”x 4 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  279. New England style paint decorated butter churn ca. 1850; approximately 4 gallon crank type churn with a green painted softwood arched cradle style base, fixed arm churn with wooden crank handle and interior with a two rail, four arm dasher having a softwood top with a maple knob, 11”x 15”x 15”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 400.00
  280. Ross Brothers No. 1 cylinder butter churn ca. 1890; coopered wooden cylinder type butter churn with red stenciled “Ross Brothers, Worcester, Mass. No.1 Improved” with a cow stencil, 13 1/4”d, 15”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  281. Ham’s No. 18 driving lantern ca. 1880-1920; “C.T. Ham Mfg., Rochester, NY” sheet metal driving lantern with magnifying lens, small red side sliding lenses and back bracket for mounting, 10 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  282. 2 tin lanterns ca. 1880-1910; kerosene lantern having a tinted lens with cover and finger hold retaining an old red-painted surface; tin candle lantern with mica panels and a cap embossed “The Stonebridge Folding Lantern… NYC” with 1906 and 1908 patent dates; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  283. Sifting tray ca. 1870-1900; softwood, semi-collapsible with wingnut securer, 18 1/2”x 19”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  284. 2 rye straw baskets & pair of stocking stretchers ca. 1860-1920; two coiled straw baskets with hickory wrappers, 12”x 4 1/4” & 12 1/2”x 3 3/4”; pair of wooden stocking stretchers, 16”x 4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  285. 2 tin filling cans & 2 wooden measures ca. 1860-1910; filling can embossed “R Co.” having a gooseneck spout, bail handle and threaded cap, 8 1/2”x 8”; can with a strap handle, bail handle and threaded cap; white oak measures branded “Best Sealed C.A. Wilkins Henniker, NH Warranted”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  286. Cherry pitter ca. 1870; cast iron with decorative castings on bin, table and legs and mounted on a wooden board with the table marked “Pat’d Nov 17 1863 May 15 1866”, 11”x 7”x 7 1/4” seeder; 18 1/2”x 11 1/2” base; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  287. 4 kerosene lamps ca. 1870-1910; all with glass chimneys: two milk glass lamps in molded floral design and hand painted; glass font lamp on a pedestal base marked “Trademark Oil Guard Lamp Patd Sept 20 1870”; glass font lamp in a sheet metal wall holder; 3 1/2”x 7” smallest – 7”x 13” largest; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  288. Lukenheimer #3 brass steam whistle ca. 1911; having an acorn cap, cup top valve, cast iron valve control with brass pull chain and a 3”d domed top sounding chamber, 6”x 3 1/2”x 12”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 575.00
  289. Large tramp art foot box ca. 1890-1920; pyramid inspired rectangular shaped box with four pyramid style feet and all sides in pyramid stacked old cigar box and crate lumber material, 21”x 15”x 13”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 130.00
  290. Carved walnut walking stick with tiger’s head top ca. 1890-1920; bamboo shoot-type form cane topped with a smiling tiger head having nails for eyes, mouth accented with red paint and the base of the cane having a brass collar with steel spike, 51”; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 160.00
  291. Large Flemish art umbrella stand ca. 1890-1920; in grape pattern design made from four individual arched tapered planks and corners lashed with leather binding having a softwood bottom nailed to planks, 7 1/2”- 10 1/4” planks x 18”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  292. Large round hanging trade sign ca. 1900s; primitive round hanging trade sign for interior or under roof use with one side advertising “Liberty Pouch” with half of an early saddle bag, raised carved letters and carved and applied stars, 25”d, 2 1/2”h; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 190.00
  293. Miniature walnut blanket chest ca. 1900-20; dovetailed blanket chest with turned feet and darkened varnish finish, 17”x 11”x 10 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 230.00
  294. Pair of hand wrought European style strap hinges ca. mid 1800s; off-set hinges with flame shaped cusp and impressed and tool work decoration, 14 1/2” strap; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  295. Oak Brainerd & Armstrong Co spool cabinet ca. 1930; three drawer cabinet with glass panel fronts and lettered advertising band on top, 16 3/4”x 13 3/4”x 8 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 290.00
  296. 2 pieces of reproduction woodenware ca. 1900-30; loose handle turned rolling pin with painted handles attributed to John Strickler (Schaefferstown, PA), 2 1/4”d, 8 1/2”h; cherry slide lid candle box in dovetailed construction with the lid outlined “B” and the inside signed “Barnhard” in pencil, 11 1/4”x 6 1/2”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  297. 7 flat back tin cookie cutters ca. 1880-1920; standing man; woman and small girl; two flying birds; acorn; running rabbit; standing pig with loop handle, 1”-6”w; 1 3/4”- 5 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  298. Art pottery jardinière ca. 1925; cylindrical form with expanded hip section, slightly irregular scalloped rim, molded bamboo motifs (sides and handles) with interior yellowish brown glaze, streaked browns and green exterior glazing and angular bamboo stalk handles, 13 3/8”x 14 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  299. Art pottery umbrella stand ca. 1920; green glazed earthenware with molded four and five petal blossom and leaves motif, 9 3/8”d, 18 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  300. 2 polychromed molded Roseville earthenware pitchers ca. 1900-40; tapered cylindrical pitcher with yellowish brown wild rose flowers on green stems and a yellow and brown background with diamond and sawtooth molding, 4 7/8”d, 9 1/4”h; globular pitcher with yellowish-brown poppy like flowers on green foliage with a brown and yellow background having a molded diamond and scroll rim with a scrolled handle, 6 5/8”d, 9”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  301. 2 polychromed molded Roseville earthenware pitchers ca. 1900-40; cylindrical pitcher with flared top and base, blue tulip and green leafage motif on a yellowish background having a yellowish-brown diamond molded top and vertical molded ribbed green foot, 5”d, 8 5/8”h; tapered cylindrical pitcher with yellowish brown and black poppy-like flower on green foliage with a yellow background, molded scrolled brown rim and a molded ribbed blackish green foot, 5 1/8”d, 8 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  302. 2 polychromed molded Roseville earthenware pitchers ca. 1900-40; squat cylindrical pitcher with block motif rim and foot having brown and green landscapes of bridge, trees and a rail fence on a yellowish background, 5 1/4”d, 5 5/8”h; bulbous pitcher having a swage garland rim and ribbed and daisy flower foot and neck with a green and brown landscape of cottage, trees and rail fence on a yellowish background, 6 7/8”d, 6 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  303. 3 molded earthenware & stoneware pitchers ca. 1860-1930; bulbous earthenware pitcher with raised lily Gaudy Welsh-type motif colored in black, burnt orange, cobalt and yellow with gilt highlights, 5 3/8”d, 8 1/4”h; tapered cylindrical stoneware pitcher with cobalt rim and foot band with Bristol glaze, 5 3/8”d, 6 1/2”h; slightly bulbous stoneware pitcher with raised flowers, foliage and knot holes colored in cobalt on a rustic bark background with Bristol glaze and impressed “18” in base, 4 7/8”d, 6 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  304. 2 slipware pie plates ca. 1840-60; one with two-quill wavy cream slip on a reddish-brown body with a coggled rim, 9”d, 1 3/8”h; one with a three-quill wavy cream slip on a reddish-brown body and a coggled rim, 9”d, 1 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  305. 2 slipware pie plates ca. 1840-60; one with three-quill herring bone cream slip on a reddish-brown body, 7 3/8”d, 1 1/4”h; one with three-quill sigma cream slip on a reddish-brown body and a coggled rim, 8 3/4”d, 1 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  306. 4 gallon stoneware jar ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jar with pair of applied lug ear handles, pair of incised rings on shoulder, impressed “4” and having a squared rim and Albany slip glaze interior, 10 5/8”d, 15 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  307. 6 yelloware ale mugs & a stoneware mug ca. 1840-60; six yelloware ale mugs with molded relief acanthus leaf motifs, Rockingham glaze and a molded strap handle, 3 1/4”d, 4 7/8”h; salt glazed slightly barrel shaped stoneware mug with Albany slip glaze interior and an applied rolled handle, 3 1/2”d, 4 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  308. Nest of 3 earthenware mixing bowls ca. 1900-40; graduated set of three bowls with blue, brown and red sponging on a cream ground jig molded with thickened rims, 9 1/4”d, 4 7/8”h; 8 1/4”d, 4 3/8”h; 7 1/8”d, 3 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  309. 2 yelloware Rockingham glazed lidded items ca. 1860-90; hanging wall salt crock with molded peafowl in a garden motif with extended pierced rim tab, 6”d, 5 3/4”h; canister with molded peafowl in a garden motif, 6 5/8”d, 5”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  310. 2 pair of Rockingham glazed yelloware items ca. 1870; Mantel sitting spaniels, 5 3/8”x 2 7/8”x 3 5/8”; woman’s bust window props, 4 7/8”x 3 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  311. 6 pieces of Rockingham glazed yelloware ca. 1860-1930; turkshead food mold with 14 swirled ribs and an open central cone having an unknown impressed mark in base, 8 7/8”d, 3 1/4”h; shallow plate form colander, 10 1/8”d, 1 3/8”h; mug with small bulbous base and tapered sides, 4 3/8”d, 5”h; ribbed melon form pitcher with molded ivy leaf rim, 6 3/4”d, 7 5/8”h; small Rebecca at the Well teapot, 3 3/4”d, 5 3/8”h; miniature urn, 2 1/4”d, 2 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  312. 3 pieces of PA redware ca. 1885; handed interior glaze slightly bulbous apple butter crock in dark brown glaze, 7”d, 7”h; scalloped rim turks head food mold with 15 swirled ribs, an open central cone, manganese sponged rim and reddish-brown glaze, 7 3/8”d, 2 7/8”h; interior glazed jelly jar with fine manganese speckled brown glaze; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  313. 2 ovoid manganese glazed redware jugs ca. 1850; both with ribbed strap handles: one having a tooled, broad sloping collar with beveled bottom edge and seven incised shoulder rings, 7”d, 8 1/8”h; one having a rolled over collar with faintly incised rings on the neck and shoulder with base incised “20”, 7 1/2”d, 10 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  314. 2 manganese glazed redware jars ca. 1850-70; cylindrical jar with extended flattened collar and a sloping shoulder, 5 1/4”d, 6 1/8”h; bulbous jar with slightly extended flattened collar, 6 1/2”d, 7 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  315. 2 pieces of PA redware ca. 1870-90; slightly bulbous low pitcher with a ribbed strap handle, two incised shoulder rings, interior ridge to seat a lid and brown glaze, 6 1/4”d, 6 1/2”h; pie dish with reddish-brown glaze, 8 7/8”d, 1 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  316. 2 redware crocks ca. 1880; both PA lead glazed slightly bulbous crocks: one having a worn brown glaze with a thickened rolled rim and incised shoulder ring, 5 3/8”d, 5”h; one in brown glaze with a thickened rounded rim, pair of incised shoulder rings and impressed “H” on base, has Berks Co. characteristics, 5 1/4”d, 5 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  317. PA redware roof tile ca. 1780+; unglazed roof tile with a pair of incised tulip drainage channels, slightly domed with an underside catch tab, 1 3/4”x 6 3/8”x 14 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  318. Stahl miniature covered redware jar ca. 1940; PA lead glazed bulbous jar with domed lid in olive green glazing having yellowish-brown spots, pair of applied lug ear handles, flared collar and pair of incised neck rings with the base incised “Made in Stahl’s Pottery by Thomas Stahl 2/14/1940” and the lid having three incised rings and a conical button finial, 3”d, 4 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  319. 4 piece English Gaudy Welsh “sunflower” tea service ca. 1855; ironstone-type waste bowl, 6 3/8”d, 3 1/2”h; porcelain creamer, 3 3/4”d, 4 3/4”h; porcelain covered sugar with a pair of open horizontal handles, 5 1/8”d, 5 3/4”h; porcelain covered teapot, 6 1/4”d, 7 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  320. Graduated set of 3 Gaudy Welsh “sunflower” creamers ca. 1845; English pearlware with human headed snake handle and octagonal bulbous bodies, 5”, 5 5/8” & 6 1/8”h; 3 3/4”, 4 1/4” & 4 7/8”w; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  321. Graduated set of 4 Gaudy Welsh “oyster” creamers ca. 1840-90; English earthenware creamers with bulbous bodies, 4”d, 3 3/4”h; 4 1/4”d, 3 7/8”h with “36” incised on base; 4 3/8”d, 4 1/8”h; 4 3/4”d, 4 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  322. Pair of Gaudy Welsh “urn” plates ca. 1840-90; English earthenware decorated in blue, burnt orange, green and pink with lustre highlights, 9 7/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  323. 5 pieces of Gaudy Welsh ca. 1840-60; all decorated in typical blues, burnt oranges, greens and pinks with some lustre highlights: “peony” motif child’s mug, 2 1/8”d, 2 1/8”h; chinoiserie design mug, 2 3/4”d, 2 1/2”h; tulip cuspidor mug, 3 1/4”d, 2”h; tulip toddy plate, 3 3/4”d; earthenware “oyster” master salt, 3 1/8”d, 1 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  324. 3 piece child’s Gaudy Welsh tea set ca. 1860-90; English earthenware “oyster” pattern set in eight-sided cylindrical form including: a covered teapot, 5 1/8”x 3”; a covered sugar, 4 3/8”x 2 7/8”; a creamer decorated in blue, burnt orange, lustre and pink, 3 1/4”x 2 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  325. 9 pieces of Gaudy Welsh ca. 1840-1920; five porcelain “oyster” side plates, 6 1/4”d; porcelain “oyster” biscuit plate, 9 3/8”x 10 1/8”; earthenware “oyster” handled cup and saucer, 2 5/8”d, 2 1/4”h cup, 5 1/4”d saucer; earthenware “oyster” luncheon plate with black ink stamp on base “Allertons/Made in England” “Est/A/1831” and impressed “3/39” on base, 8”d; earthenware “oyster” biscuit plate, 9 1/8”x 9 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  326. 15 pieces of Gaudy Welsh ca. 1840-60; English porcelain “tulip”: four handled cups and saucers with two having plain rims and two having scalloped rims; three plain rim saucers; seven side plates; biscuit plate; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  327. 3 English creams & an English pitcher ca. 1850-1950; glazed jasperware taper sided creamer with an engine-turned brown body having applied white bas-relief swags and ten dancing women with a pewter lid and having a brown ink stamp on base “Hz No 350288/England” and impressed “80/England/Copeland”, 3 1/2”d, 5 1/4”h; green jasperware tapered sided creamer with bas-relief grape vine band above classical figures impressed “Wedgwood/42/England” on base, 2 3/4”d, 4 1/8”h; slightly bulbous molded earthenware creamer with fox hunt motif band and hound handle having a cobalt rim border, hunt details, brown detailing on hound’s head and impressed “Wedgwood/BHP/30” on base, 4”d, 4 7/8”h;; salt glazed bulbous pitcher with molded motif of huntsmen, horse and hounds with a pewter flip lid, 5 1/4”d, 7 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  328. 3 English earthenware child’s plates ca. 1840-90; ABC bordered plate with a central polychromal design of two horsemen, 6 7/8”d; ABC bordered “Franklin’s Proverbs” plate with a central polychromal design of “Good Fellow Grocer” open for business and “No Do Nothing” closed shop surrounded by “Keep thy shop and thy shop will keep thee” legend impressed “J&G Meakin” on base, 5 1/4”d; grain and floral embossed border plate with central polychromal design of Jesus and Mary with Jewish elders and surrounding legend “At twelve years old he talked with men/ The Jews all wondering stand/ yet he obey’d his mother then/ And came at her command” impressed “J&G Meakin” on base, 5 1/2”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  329. 7 continental earthenware items with blue “Spinach” motif ca. 1900-30; pair of footed bowls: one with black ink back stamp “Petrus Regout & Co/Maastricht/ Made in Holland”, 5” & 5 1/4”d; larger footed bowl, 6 1/2”d, 3 1/2”h; cup and saucer with saucer impressed “F/AC/3” on base; bowl impressed “4/AC” on base, 5 3/8”d, 1”h; pair of breakfast plates impressed “F/7/AD” on one and “F/7/AN” on other, 7 3/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  330. 7 English & American copper measures ca. 1850-1930; three graduated small measures with small lip spouts; large gallon pitcher with lipped spout; bottle filling measure with copper funnel; English pub pitcher with braced handle; late continental bathing pitcher with pan base, taper body and copper handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  331. 4 pieces of various copper cookware ca. 1890-1930; cigar factory tobacco steamer/vaporizer, 3 5/8”d, 4 1/2”h; small copper camp kettle with copper lid and wire handle, 4 3/8”d, 6”h; French style copper kettle with heavy copper handle, 6”d, 3 1/2”h; Maurize Cohen & Co., London gooseneck tea kettle with copper handled brass tote, 7”- 8 1/2”d, 13”h with 4 1/2” spout; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  332. 3 pieces of tin kitchenware ca. 1840-1900; cookie press with two arms and wooden turned press/stomper, 2”d, 10”h with 4” arms; early tin coffee pot with hinged dome top lid and braced handle, 4 1/4”- 6 1/2”d, 9”h with 5” spout; coffee pot with hinged tin lid, handle with brace and lid rest, 4 3/8”- 7 3/8”d, 8 1/4”h with 4” spout; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  333. 3 pieces of tin kitchenware ca. 1850-1910; cookie press with two large ring handles and a heavy maple-turned press in star shape design, 2 1/4”d, 2”-8” rings, 10 1/2” stomper; coffee pot with hinged lid, wire ring opener braced handle and small bun risers on base, 4”- 6 3/4”d, 8 1/2”h with 5” spout; factory made coffee pot with pour spout and hinged lid, 4 1/2”- 6 1/8”d, 7”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  334. Slant lid flour tin with 2 scoops ca. 1830-60; black painted store tin with slant lid, white knob and arch front with gold paint accent, 6 3/4”x 8”x 9”; early carved grain scoop with a broad handle, 4”x 11 1/4”; later mass produced grain scoop with bent plywood and wood handle of New England style, 6”x 11”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  335. Graduated set of 17 sleigh bells ca. 1870; cast brass bells marked with sizes 8-12 on original broad leather strap, 6’6”x 2” strap; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  336. 4 round tin ABC plates ca. 1890; two matched plates with impressed alphabet and number block chart and a beaded rim, 7 5/8”d; impressed alphabet and number block chart plate with a floral impressed rim, 7 5/8”d; small embossed/pressed plate with running children and an ABC rim, 2 7/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  337. Wrought iron kettle tripod ca. 1820; high round kettle tripod with three pinned feet and an applied wrought iron handle, 9 1/2”d, 5 1/4”h with 11” handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  338. 3 child’s tin ABC plates ca. 1880-1910; painted ABC Lava Soap advertising plate with mulberry bush rhyme and dance scene, 6 1/8”d; deep dish with “Hey Diddle Diddle” verse and an ABC border, 8 3/8”d; deep dish in “Brownies” design with patent date of Feb. 11, 1896 and an ABC border, 8 7/8”d; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 45.00
  339. 5 various embossed tin ABC plates ca. 1890-1920; all with no scene centers and embossed ABC rims, 5 3/4”-7 7/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  340. 3 various wooden rolling pins ca. 1850-1900; turned maple loose handle pin with wooden capped rod, 2 1/2”x 17 1/4”; turned maple solid handle rolling pin, 2 3/4”x 18 1/4”; turned cherry loose handle pin with large iron bolts, 3 3/4”x 28”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  341. 3 various kerosene lamps ca. 1870-1910; railroad car bracket lamp with a glass font in a tin wall bracket with a tin reflector, 4 1/2”d, 6”x 7”; unsigned Perkins & House-type air flow brass pedestal base lamp with E. Miller burner, 4 1/2”d, 9 1/2”h; small tin and brass finger lamp with eagle burner, 3 5/8”d, 2 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  342. Perkins & House “non-explosive” safety lamp ca. 1870-90; air flow patented design hand lamp with mercury glass reflector and post bracket, 4”d, 11 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  343. Mahogany veneer shaving mirror with drawer ca. 1870; burl mahogany veneer drawer base with ball feet, turned wooden knobs and mahogany mirror harp holding a veneer bevel framed mirror with softwood secondary woods, 14 1/4”x 7”x 17 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  344. Hearthside copper kettle with high tripod ca. 1790-1830; early copper dovetailed bowl-shaped kettle with extended copper lip and an iron light gauge metal handle, 7”d, 10 3/4” handle; hand wrought iron tripod with high legs, 10 1/4”d, 16 1/4”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 110.00
  345. Walnut door traveling secretary cabinet ca. 1880; walnut cabinet with interior shelving and four drawers having two doors mounted with brass butt hinges, 16”x 10”x 22 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 230.00
  346. Enterprise no. 35 sausage stuffer ca. 1890; cast iron cylinder stuffer with gear operated screw press and iron press plate with casing tube, 9 1/2”d, 21”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  347. Blue painted grain meal mortar & pestle ca. 1800-40; hand-hewn mortar in footed tapered form with blue milk paint, 7”-9”d, 14”h; a large lathe turned walnut pestle with blue milk paint, 19”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 425.00
  348. Early grain meal mortar & pestle ca. 1850; large hand-hewn mortar of hardwood log in a tapered form with a heavy round pedestal base, 11”-12”d, 21”h; hand-hewn pestle, 17”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  349. Grain meal mortar & pestle ca. 1880; hand-hewn mortar in brown paint, 5 1/2”-6”d, 14 1/2”h; hand-hewn pestle, 15”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  350. Burl oak mortar & turned pestle ca. 1860; heavy mortar with pedestal base, 5 1/2”- 7”d, 8”h; turned maple pestle, 11 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  351. Pedestal based cherry mortar & pestle ca. 1780-1800; apothecary turned mortar with molded pedestal base and a ring accented rim, 7 1/2”d base, 5”-8”d chalice, 12 5/8”h; matching pestle with two handle grasp, 16 1/2”l; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 270.00
  352. Turned burl oak mortar & cherry pestle ca. 1850; low bowl shaped mortar turned from highly walnut or oak burl, 6”-7”d, 6 1/2”h; turned cherry wood pestle, 10 1/4”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  353. 2 turned wood mortar & pestles ca. 1860-1920; unusual softwood turned bowl shaped mortar, 3 1/2”-7”d, 5 1/2”h with ball top pestle, 7”; turned maple pedestal based mortar, 3”- 4 1/4”d, 4 1/2”h with cherry pestle in a drumstick shape, 7 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  354. 3 turned wood mortars & pestles ca. 1840-1900; shallow cup shaped mortar turned from walnut, 2 1/2”- 3 3/4”d, 3 1/4”h with a walnut pestle, 6”; pedestal base walnut mortar, 3”- 3 1/2”d, 4 1/4”h with later walnut pestle, 6 5/8”; turned yellow pine mortar, 3 3/4”-4 1/4”d, 4 1/2”h with maple pestle, 7 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  355. 4 chocolate molds ca. 1870-1920; sheep mold stamped “Germany”; rabbit mold; Easter egg mold with a man in the moon impression; small mold with a dog on one side and an elephant on the other; 3 1/4”x 3” – 5”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  356. 3 pieces of tinware ca. 1870-1920; small watering can with strap handle, 11 1/2”x 5 1/2”x 9”; small lidded canister with two strap handles and a wooden finial, 8”x 7”x 9 1/2”; lard can with strap handles and remnants of smoke decoration, 12 1/2”x 11”x 15”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  357. 5 pieces of gray agateware ca. 1880-1920; lidded cream jug with turned wooden handle, 4”x 8”; lidded pail with wooden handle and finial, 7”x 6”; berry pail with tin finial, 4 1/2”x 5 1/2”; scalloped mold, 8”x 2”; scalloped mold, 10”x 2 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  358. Large oak splint harvesting basket ca. 1870-1920; having two notched loop handles and an upward arching bottom, 21”d, 15”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  359. 3 wooden duck decoys ca. 1920-50; working canvas back decoy with early paint, leather weight tie and recessed eyes, 15”x 6 1/2”x 6”; primitive mallard hen with low swimming body and glass eyes, 16”x 5 1/2”x 5”; green wing teal factory style duck with glass eyes, pointed tail and pencil initials “J.A.S.”, 17 1/2”x 5 3/4”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  360. Pierced work tin candle lantern ca. 1890-1930; having a conical top and cylinder shape, hinged door with double sunburst pattern and a heart shield cap and ring on top, 6 1/4”d, 16”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  361. 2 pieces of wrought iron ca. 1800-1970; hand wrought nipper with tool decoration and metal ornamentation, 1 5/8”x 7 1/2”; reproduction button hole hatcher signed “H.W. Dietrich” (Berks Co., PA), 1 3/4”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  362. 2 turned mortar & pestles ca. 1800-50; cylinder-shaped burl walnut mortar and turned walnut pestle; turned lignum vitae pedestal based mortar with decorative banding and a turned walnut pestle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  363. Turned rosewood mortar & matched pestle ca. 1790-1820; mortar with molded shallow pedestal base and profound molded upper lip and rim, 8”- 8 1/2”d, 7 1/2”h; pestle with banding, 10”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00
  364. 2 turned hardwood mortars & pestles ca. 1780-1820; cylinder turned rosewood mortar with band decorated base and a molded collar, 6 1/4”- 6 1/2”d, 6 3/4”h, with a turned walnut pestle, 10 1/4”; heavily used lignum vitae mortar with simple turning, 5 1/4”-6”d, 7”h with matching pestle, 8 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  365. 2 turned hardwood mortars & pestles ca. 1830-50; turned burl walnut pedestal base mortar, 4 3/4”- 5 1/4”d, 6 1/2”h with turned birch pestle, 9 1/4”; cylinder turned lignum vitae mortar with molded collar center, 5 3/4”-6”d, 7 3/4”h with turned walnut pestle, 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 240.00
  366. Burle walnut mortar & pestle ca. 1780-1820; heavy urn shaped mortar with molded pedestal base, molded collar and swelled middle section, 7 3/4”- 8 1/2”d, 9”h with a heavy burl walnut pestle, 13”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 350.00
  367. 2 turned walnut mortars & pestles ca. 1780-1850; cylinder shaped burl walnut mortar with decorative banding, 5 3/8”- 5 1/2”d, 7”h with turned pestle, 9 1/2”; heavy turned burle walnut/rosewood mortar with a rounded rim and molded banding, 5 5/8”- 6”d, 6 3/4”h with walnut pestle, 9 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 350.00
  368. 2 turned mortars & pestles ca. 1780-1860; maple chalice-shaped mortar with pedestal base, 4”- 4 3/8”d, 7”h with a maple bat shaped pestle, 8 1/2”; early turned rosewood mortar with a concave turned center, 5”- 6 1/4”d, 8”h with a turned walnut pestle, 10 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  369. 3 early kitchen mortar & pestles ca. 1780-1860; two bowl shaped turned maple mortars with one having a hand-carved pestle and one with a tapered turned cherry pestle; small maple cup-shaped turned mortar with matching carved maple pestle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  370. 3 turned mortar & pestles ca. 1780-1860; unusual burl maple turned mortar & pestle with red washed exterior, 2 1/2”x 2 1/4”x 5 3/4”; turned walnut chalice & pestle, 2 3/4”x 3 1/2”x 4 1/2”; small lignum vitae mortar with a walnut pestle, mortar initialed “D” on base, 3 1/2”x 4”x 4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  371. Inlaid footstool ca. 1930s; chestnut stool with an intricate star pattern on top, made of millwork salvage pieces, 13 3/4”x 7 1/2”x 6”, Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  372. Large wooden model ship ca. 1900-1930; white and red twin mast lake steamer ship with single propeller, side stenciled “PA-7 Peace”, 40”x 9 1/2”x 28”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 170.00
  373. 5 brass kettles ca. 1840-1890; two cast and spun brass kettles with wrought iron fixed handles, two rolled brass kettles with fixed wrought iron handles, unsigned rolled brass kettle with loose iron handle, largest 13 3/4 ”x 14 1/2”, smallest 7 3/4”x 8 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00
  374. Small National cash register ca. 1900; ornate cast brass National cash register with fancy floral urn design to back on an oak base, model number 317, serial number 1461490, 10”x 16”x 17”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 325.00
  375. Wm E. Warner cobalt decorated jug ca. 1850; two gallon salt glazed stoneware cylindrical jug, brushed cobalt floral design, impressed “2” and “Wm E. Warner/West Troy” (Watervliet, New York) with an Albany slip glaze interior, 9 1/4”d, 13 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 170.00
  376. R.T. Willams cobalt decorated crock ca 1885; one and a half gallon salt glazed stoneware slightly bulbous crock with cobalt stenciled legend “R.T. Willams/ New Geneva/ PA”, florish and three brushed cobalt lines, capacity “1 1/2” and flattened rolled rim, 8 3/4”d, 9”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 260.00
  377. Porter & Benedict cobalt decorated crock ca. 1840-1870; rare salt glazed stoneware slightly bulbous crock impressed “Porter & Benedict”, with brushed cobalt spitting floral motif, pair of applied lug ear handles, and flattened rolled over rim, attributed to William Porter and Aaron Benedict Pleasantville, Venango County, PA, 11 1/4”d, 13”h; Estimate $200.00-$500.00 Sold For 425.00
  378. Chicken pecking corn cobalt decorated crock ca. 1875; three gallon salt glazed stoneware cylindrical crock, impressed “3” and 2 LBS” with cobalt slip “chicken pecking corn” motif, applied lug ear handles, squared rolled over rim and Albany slip glaze interior, 10 3/4”d, 10 3/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 525.00
  379. Evan R. Jones cobalt decorated jar ca. 1880; two gallon salt glazed stoneware cylindrical jar impressed “2” and “Evan R Jones/Pittston, PA” with brushed cobalt beehive flower motif, pair of applied lug ear handles, cobalt daubs on terminals and Albany slip glaze interior, 9 1/2”d, 10 3/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00
  380. Glazed redware jar ca. 1860; PA type ovoid jar with dark brown lead glaze and rolled rim, 8 1/2”d, 10 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  381. 3 redware plates ca. 1880; streaked brown lead glaze tart dish, 5”d, 1 1/4”h; pumpkin brown lead glaze pie dish, 7 3/4”d, 1 3/4”h; pumpkin brown lead glaze pie dish, 8”d, 1 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  382. F.H. Cowden cobalt decorated jar ca. 1885; salt glazed stoneware cylindrical jar having an oblong stencil cobalt design and impressed “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” with an interior rim flange for lid and an Albany slip glaze interior, 7 3/4”d, 9 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  383. F.H. Cowden cobalt decorated pitcher ca. 1885; salt glazed stoneware high neck bulbous pitcher having an oblong stencil cobalt design under a brushed stylized tulip at the spout impressed “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” with cobalt daubs at handle terminals and an Albany slip glaze interior, 7 5/8”d, 10 7/8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 475.00
  384. 2 gallon F.H. Cowden cobalt decorated cake crock ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical tall cake crock with a square stencil cobalt design and impressed “2” and “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” with a pair of applied lug ear handles and an Albany slip glaze interior, 10 3/4”d, 7 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  385. 4 gallon F.H. Cowden cobalt decorated crock ca. 1885; salt glazed slightly bulbous crock having a diamond stencil cobalt design and impressed “4” and “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” with a pair of applied lug ear handles and an Albany slip glaze interior, 11 5/8”d, 12 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  386. 3 gallon F.H. Cowden cobalt decorated jug ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical jug having a stencil cobalt design and impressed “3” and “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” with an Albany slip glaze interior, 9 3/4”d, 15 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  387. F.H. Cowden cobalt decorated batter jug ca. 1885; salt glazed jug with three stenciled cobalt diamond motifs, brushed cobalt daubs on spout, applied handle brackets and hand hold ear and impressed “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” and “1 1/2” with a salt glazed stoneware lid by association, 9”d, 9 3/4”h; Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 900.00
  388. 3 gallon F.H. Cowden cobalt decorated jug ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical jug with diamond stencil cobalt design and lightly impressed “3” and “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” with an Albany slip glaze interior, 10”d, 15 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  389. 3 gallon F.H. Cowden cobalt decorated jug ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical jug with diamond stencil cobalt design and impressed “3” and “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” with an Albany slip glaze interior and cobalt daubs at handle terminals, 10”d, 15 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 280.00
  390. 4 gallon F.H. Cowden cobalt decorated crock ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical crock with diamond stencil cobalt design and impressed “4” and “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” with cobalt daubs at applied lug ear terminals and an Albany slip glaze interior, 11 7/8”d, 10 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  391. F.H. Cowden cobalt decorated jug ca. 1885; salt glazed slightly bulbous jug with an oblong stencil cobalt design and impressed “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” with cobalt daubs at handle terminals and an Albany slip glaze interior, 7 7/8”d, 11 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  392. Cobalt decorated stoneware crock ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical crock with a slipped cobalt simple floral motif, pair of applied lug ear handles with small daub of cobalt and an Albany slip glaze interior, 8 3/4”d, 9 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  393. Cobalt decorated stoneware crock ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical crock with brushed cobalt NJ floral motifs (obverse and reverse) with an Albany slip glaze interior, of Haddonfield, NJ origin, 7 1/2”d, 7 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 230.00
  394. Sea serpent design weathervane ca. mid 1800s; folk art design piece with winged-mythical figure, 20”x 17”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 425.00
  395. Ornate pair of rams horn side hinges ca. 1750-1800; Bethlehem “Moravian” style hinges with profound double scroll ram’s horns with bird’s head ends, 17 1/4”x 6 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 450.00
  396. Hand wrought revolving gridiron ca. 1700-80; three foot base with twisted and impressed rope design on handle, a circular serpentine gridiron and straight bars mounted on a central pin, 10 1/2”d, 23 1/4”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  397. 3 wrought iron ram’s horn side hinges ca. 1750-1800; matched small door pair of hinges with serpentine wraps terminated with split tips, 11”x 4 3/4”; single large wrapped ram’s horn with bird’s head cusp, 12”x 7 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 290.00
  398. Hand wrought hanging fat lamp & trammel ca. 1750-1800; bowl-based fat lamp with mounted adjustable lamp trammel in sawtooth and hook design, 4 1/2”d, 23”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 250.00
  399. Pair of hand wrought side hinges ca. 1760-90; ram’s horn side hinges wrapped forward for extended pintle attributed to Lebanon Co., 10 1/2”x 6 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  400. Rye straw basket & homespun linen thread ca. 1830-70; large coiled basket, 14”x 5 3/4”; four balls of thread, 2 1/2”- 3 1/2”d; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  401. Betel nut cutter ca. 1750-1800; wrought iron arched frame containing blade with two handles; 6 1/4” length; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  402. Wrought iron revolving gridiron ca. 1850; round gridiron mounted on a three footed base with bevel shaped handle, 15”d x 26”l; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 40.00
  403. 2 foot warmers ca. 1840-1890; traditional punch tin and cherry with charcoal insert foot warmer 9”x 8”x 5 3/4”, warming stone with wire carry handle, 12”x 8”x 1 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  404. Wrought iron ash shovel & trivet ca. 1830-1880; early tri-footed heart shaped iron trivet with pad feet, 6 1/4”x 8”x 2 1/2”; iron ash shovel with round applied handle and heart finial at end, 6”x 19”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  405. 3 iron kitchen primitives ca. 1830-1900; early 2 quart footed iron kettle with wrought iron hanger, 7”x 5 1/4”, hinged two part kettle hanger with hooks, 13 1/2”; tin dipper ladle with wrought iron handle and rattail hook, 4 1/2”x 5 3/4”x 21”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  406. Wrought iron spider pan ca. 1780-1820; bowl shaped pan with open loop top handle and three splayed legs, 7”x 19”x 6”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00
  407. Hearthside wooden plate ca. 1850; wooden turned chop plate with ring pedestal base and white scoured underside paint, 11 1/2”d x 1 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 240.00
  408. Hearthside wooden bowl ca. 1850; wooden turned grease bowl with raised lip and evident turning rings, 9 1/4”d x 3”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  409. Punched tin eagle designed sheet ca. late 1800s; rectangular tin sheet with punch work design of a spread wing eagle perched on crossed union flags with stars and stripes, 33 1/2”x 19 1/4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 110.00
  410. Red painted melon shaped basket ca. 1850; oak splint basket with broad handle finished in red milk paint, 14”d x 13”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  411. Blue painted butter churn ca. 1890; coopered butter churn with round wooden dasher and lid, 13”d x 22”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 200.00
  412. Walnut salt box ca. 1820; dovetailed box over two drawers with porcelain knobs and heart cut out, 9 3/4”x 8 1/4”x 11 1/2”; $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 450.00
  413. Softwood kitchen salt box ca. 1880; floral carved salt box with divided interior, 10”x 4 1/4”x 9 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  414. Rare Amos Ettinger copper tea kettle ca. 1830-1860; early dovetailed gooseneck copper tea kettle with broad swing handle stuck with maker’s mark and a copper lid with iron knob, 8 1/2”d x 11” h; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 350.00
  415. Wallpaper box ca. 1830-1840; New England wallpaper shallow garment box with bold floral wallpaper exterior, interior articles from the Boston area with one date 1834, 14 1/2”d x 4 1/2”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 210.00
  416. 2 lighting accessories ca. 1850-1900; unusual hearthside tin pocket for holding wooden lighting spills and matches, 5 1/2” x 1 3/4” x 11 1/4”; English iron candle snuffer 6 1/2” l; with oval snuffer tray, 3 1/2”x 9 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  417. Cheese press ca. 1780-1800; oak mortise and tenon frame with rope raised press plate on a base with extended tapered shoe feet, 24”x 21”x 20 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 30.00
  418. Pair of wrought iron andirons ca. 1850; diamond faceted finials with arched two leg fronts, 8 1/2”x 18 1/2”x 16”; $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  419. Copper scoop ca. 1890; large coppersmith made tray, possibly used as a replacement pan for a large coffee grinder, 9 1/2”x 8 3/4”x 3 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  420. Gooseneck copper teakettle ca. 1750; dovetailed constructed early copper tea kettle with primitive “make-do” repairs, 9 1/2”d x 7 3/4” h, Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 90.00
  421. Beverly Union Fire Society leather fire bucket ca. 1847; Beverly, Mass., red painted leather bucket with black stencil lettering “Beverly/ Union Fire Society/1847/C. Bennet”, 8 1/4”d x 12”; Estimate $400.000-$800.00 Sold For 600.00
  422. 3 duck decoys ca. 1900-1930; early cork decoy with wooden head and glass eyes, 15”x 6 3/4”; brown painted wooden decoy with wire swing weight and metal painted pin eyes, 12”x 5 1/2”; primitive loon decoy in solid black paint, 17”x 7”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  423. Conestoga wagon tool box ca. 1850-1880; wooden tool box in original orange/salmon paint with wrought iron banded mounting bracket, lid mount with strap hinges, simple hasp, and mounted on a green painted display board, 12 1/4”x 14 1/2” x 7”; Estimate $300.00-$600.00 Sold For 325.00
  424. Conestoga wagon jack ca. 1812; red and black painted wooden housing containing a wrought iron rack and pinion jack, initialed P.N. (Peter Nagle, Lancaster Boro), and dated 1812, 8 1/2”x 3”x 21 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 700.00
  425. Bar and hook trammel ca. late 1700s; hand wrought iron broad band hanger with criss-cross tool decoration and adjustable rod hanger, 2 1/4”x 29 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 75.00
  426. Wrought iron spider pan ca. late 1700s; rounded bowl shaped pan with three rivet mounted legs and unusual combination leg and strap handle with rattail hanger, 10 3/4”d x 9”h x 16”l; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00
  427. Conestoga wagon hardware ca. 1790-1850; two unsigned double tree hasps on mounts 10” & 9”, 2 pair stay chain hooks 8” & 7”, and a main shaft pin hammer 9 1/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00
  428. Conestoga wagon hardware ca. 1780-1830; fine double tree hasp with full length mounting plate, 22”; two unmatched tailgate hasps, 12”; two wrought iron stay chain hooks, 9”; and a main shaft pin hammer, 8 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00
  429. Conestoga wagon hardware ca. 1790-1830; oval hound band with rosette motif, 5 1/4” x 7”; double tree hasp with rosette motif, 9 1/4”; matched pair of tailgate hasps, 13”; pair of stay chain hook bolts, 10 1/4”; and a shaft pin hammer, 10 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 90.00
  430. Conestoga wagon hardware ca. 1790-1830; double tree hasp with star rosette design, 14 1/2”; double tree hasp with touch marks attributed to G. Horn, York City, 10 1/2” with 4” plate; two pair of stay chain hook bolts, 9” & 7 1/4” hooks; main pin hammer, 8 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 80.00
  431. Conestoga wagon hardware ca. 1790-1830; wheel mount ice cutter with three bar cutter and heavy mount chain, 1 3/4” wheel, 16”; U-shaped rough lock, 2” wheel; heavy chain style rough lock, 5” links, 24”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  432. Conestoga wagon hardware ca. 1840-80; pair of feedbox hanger brackets, 10”; main pin hammer, 7 1/2”; Y union brace with bird head cusp, 15”; two double tree plates, 10 1/4” & 16 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  433. Conestoga wagon jack hardware ca. 1840-60; wrought iron racks taken from rack & pinion style jacks: one in PA Germanic form with 1849 date and criss-cross and thumbnail design punch marks, 18”; one simple form dated 1835, 20”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  434. 2 Conestoga rope twist chains ca. 1790-1820; double tree draw chains in double rope twist design with swivel-T link, 48”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 350.00
  435. 2 Conestoga wagon breast chains ca. 1830; twisted double rope style horse breast chains with two swivel-T keepers, 26”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  436. 9 block floral appliqued quilt ca. 1860-80; white cotton ground with solid cottons in applique having a white cotton back with green banding and quilting following pattern with cross stitching in fill and undulating feather borders, 88”x 88”; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 625.00
  437.  Sawtooth diamond pattern quilt ca. 1860-80; cable and leaf stitching in outer borders with a floral wreath and diamond pattern in central areas with striped printed red and yellow cotton back, 86”x 82”; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 900.00
  438. Log cabin pattern quilt ca. 1860-80; containing silks, wools and cotton sparsely quilted, lined with colored wool yarns and backed with multicolored striped wool backing, 80”x 66”; Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 150.00
  439. Log cabin zig zag pattern quilt ca. 1860-80; plain and patterned wool pieced top with purple woven twill wool binding and back in pieced cotton blacks and brown with red and white pieced cottons and no batting, 94”x 94”; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 525.00
  440. Pieced block friendship quilt ca. 1850; pieced block pattern surrounded by three borders using red and yellow printed fabrics alternating with white cottons and containing 13 signed blocks, 86”x 75”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  441. Tumbling blocks pattern chintz quilt ca. 1860-90; pieced plain and printed silk fabrics hand pieced and quilted with quilting following the pieced pattern and having a brown cotton back, 90”x 88”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00
  442. Pieced block quilt ca. 1880-1910; 30 pieced blocks laid on square and surrounded by tan and black printed fabrics bordered in black, red and white plaid cotton, 80”x 72”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00
  443. Pieced block quilt ca. 1860-80; triangular pieced blocks of red and black printed cottons on red, black and white finely printed ground with pink printed cotton back, 90”x 80”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  444. Diamond on point pieced quilt ca. 1860-80; triangular pieced printed cottons in diamond on point pattern with red cotton printed border, red floral print back and center motif containing four floral triangles, 82”x 82”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 400.00
  445. Jacob Shalk jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1834; red, green and blue wool and white cotton coverlet in star and rose centered design having an eagle and star border on three sides, center seam, self-fringe on bottom and applied fringe on sides, 92”x 78”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 260.00
  446. Jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1840; red, green and navy wool and white cotton with applied and self fringe and signed and dated “1846 RA”, 92”x 72”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 240.00
  447. Child’s silk dress ca. 1870; blue silk dress adorned with white lace and lined with silk and cotton materials with bows at collar and waist and black and gold glass buttons, 27”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  448. Gooseneck toleware coffee pot ca. 1820-50; retaining the original red and yellow fruit and foliage decoration on a japanned ground with the lid having a brass finial, 9 1/2”x 6 1/2”x 11”; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 575.00
  449. Scherenschnitte watercolors ca. 1830-70; pair of brightly colored scissors cuttings with German text and hearts, floral and bird cutouts and matted and mounted in a modern painted frame, 2 1/8”x 3 3/4” sight; 11 1/8”x 9 3/4” framed; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 260.00
  450. Eagle butterprint ca. 1810-50; rectangular print with a deeply carved eagle and gauge carved edges having a turned handle, 4 1/2”x 3 1/2”x 4 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 450.00
  451. Pineapple pattern butterprint ca. 1830-60; having a finely carved mold with serrated edges and a turned handle, 4 1/4”x 2 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  452. Lehn egg cup ca. 1870-85; having a yellow-painted interior and a strawberry design on a salmon ground with a red, green and black painted foot attributed to Joseph Lehn (Clay Twp, Lancaster Co., PA), 1 3/4”x 2 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00      Sold For 220.00
  453. Lehn miniature chest ca. 1887; softwood, dovetailed chest with molded lid and base having carved feet and retaining the original red and orange decoration on a stippled ground having pencil inscription on the underside “Made by Joseph Lehn in his 89 year Feb 3, 1887”, 12”x 6”x 6”; [Provenance: ex- J. Harlan Miller Collection]; Additional Photo's 1; 2Estimate $2,000.00-$3,000.00 Sold For 4,300.00
  454. Lehn sugar bucket ca. 1865-85; red ground with yellow pin striping and pussy willow decoration on the bands with a turned tulip-decorated lid with a brass knob attributed to Joseph Lehn, 7 1/2”x 9”; Additional Photo Estimate $1,000.00-$2,000.00 Sold For 600.00
  455. Lehn covered saffron ca. 1870-85; having floral and strawberry decoration on a salmon ground attributed to the shop of Joseph Lehn, 2 7/8”x 4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 240.00
  456. Punch decorated tin coffee pot ca. 1830-50; having a molded base, gooseneck spout, strap handle, hinged lid with brass finial and punched decoration consisting of potted tulip and chain link borders, 12”x 6 1/2”x 12 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$1,500.00 Sold For 1,100.00
  457. Peter Derr Betty lamp ca. 1842; iron with copper font, hanging hook and pick with arm stamped “PD 1842” attributed to Peter Derr (Berks Co., PA), 3 5/8”x 3 1/4”x 6”; Estimate $2,500.00-$3,500.00 Sold For 1,900.00
  458. Peter Derr dough scraper ca. 1830-60; iron scraper mounted on tubular brass handle and marked “PD”, 2 3/4”x 4 1/4”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 375.00
  459. J. Schmidt tasting ladle ca. 1830-60; brass bowl mounted on wrought iron diamond shaped handle with a rattail hanger hook, 2”d, 11”h; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  460. Hand-drawn Fraktur ca. 1785; having partially printed text with a colorful hand-drawn border with pelicans, butterflies, florals and an angel recording the 1781 birth of Georg Heinrich Hill in Alsace Township, Berks County attributed to Georg Friedrich Speyer, 16”x 13 1/2” sight; 22 3/4”x 18 3/4” framed; Estimate $1,500.00-$2,500.00 Sold For 1,850.00
  461. Berks county bookplate ca. 1822; hand-drawn Fraktur watercolor bookplate for a hymnal belonging to Sarah Knaus, Colebrook Township, Berks Co. and mounted in a modern frame with accompanying 1826 Germantown, Billmeyer imprint, 10”x 12” framed; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00
  462. John Long Betty lamp ca. 1842; having an iron font, hanger, pick and chain with a brass bird finial, chased detail and a brass lid engraved “Martin Nissley Jany 20th 1842” attributed to John Long (locksmith at Sporting Hill, Rapho Twp, Lancaster Co, PA), 4 1/2”x 2 1/2”x 5 1/4”; Additional Photo Estimate $8,000.00-$12,000.00 Sold For 5,600.00
  463. Decorated candle box ca. 1790-1830; pine box with a bevel-edged lid and retaining the original salmon ground with tulip decoration, 10 7/8”x 7 1/2”x 4 1/2”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $700.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 500.00
  464. Betty lamp with bird finial ca. 1800-40; iron with a hanging hook, pivoting lid with a bird finial and marked “IM” on underside, 3”x 4”x 5 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00
  465. Paint decorated tramp art sewing stand ca. 1881; having shaped ends, a single drawer with leaf appliques, five pointed star on the backboard and painted red, yellow and white on a brown ground with drawer signed “J.L. Moak, March 1881”, 5 1/8”x 5 1/2”x 10 1/4”; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 600.00
  466. Decorated sewing stand ca. 1820-70; having a single drawer below an arched door with floral decoration, a spool carousel on top and painted red with tulip decoration on sides, 5 3/4”x 6”x 11”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 170.00
  467. Wallpaper covered band box ca. 1780-1810; bentwood with hand-painted wallpaper consisting of heart and sunburst decoration with later newspaper on inside of lid, 10”x 5”x 4”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 290.00
  468. Pair of folk art horses ca. 1860-1900; finely carved from softwood with a brown-painted surface and remnants of harness and horse hair tails, 8”x 7”x 1 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 230.00
  469. Carved goldfinch ca. 1940-60; one piece carved bird with yellow, black and white painted surface, wire legs and mounted on a modern base, 4 1/2”x 3”x 5 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  470. Carved walking stick ca. 1860-1900; softwood having a deeply carved vine circling the shaft, a knob handle and an old alligatored varnish surface, 36 3/4”x 1 3/4”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 70.00
  471. E.H. Funk butter churn ca. 1868-1900; Funk’s patent Champion box-shaped churn patented Sept. 1868 by Champion Churn Works, Sturgis, Mich. with aftermarket grain paint decoration and sitting on raised shoe feet, 8”x 10” box, 24”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 625.00
  472. Tramp art wooden vase ca. 1890-1910; flower tree with four main branch vase accented by wrapped twigs and burl caps on a square pedestal base with varnish finish, 9 1/2”x 11” base; 17”x 12”x 23”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 50.00
  473. 2 side hanging trade sign ca. 1930s; for sportsman supplies with painted black lettering having red and yellow shadows and a central star motif, 36”x 22 1/2”x 2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 775.00
  474. 2 pie crimpers ca. 1790-1820; copper wheel pie crimper with thumbnail top decorator and wheel mounted with a brass rivet, 1 1/2”d, 6 3/4”h; early wrought iron pie wheel with flat strap grip and rattail hanger, 1 1/4”d, 7 3/8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00
  475. C. Pryse coin silver soup ladle ca. 1824-34; American coin silver ladle double struck “C. Pryse” (Charles Pryse, Baltimore, MD & Washington DC) with handle monogramed “VCC”, 5.9 oz troy, 3 3/4”d bowl, 13 5/8”l; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 475.00
  476. Green painted wooden firkin ca. 1880-1900; tapered bucket with wooden swing handle, wooden lid and green staves, 9 1/2”- 10 1/4”d; 9 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00
  477. P. Schaum copper tea kettle ca. 1800-30; P. Schaum (Lancaster, PA) dovetail constructed kettle with gooseneck spout, copper riveted brackets, swing handle with deep embossed signature strike, simple disc-shaped lid and a brass and copper knob, 10”d, 7 1/2”h; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 575.00
  478. Grain painted hanging spice rack ca. 1830; eight galley top drawer rack in simple nail construction with porcelain knobs and yellow grain decoration over original red paint, 8 1/4”x 4 1/2”x 14 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 325.00
  479. Small 6 hole tin candle mold ca. 1890; small handled mold with six holes for 4” candles in simple tray top and bottom form with a wire loop hanger and applied molded handle, 5 1/2”x 3”x 4 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 375.00
  480. “Indian & War Club” cookie cutter ca. 1850-80; tin form of Native American Indian holding a war club in an upstretched arm with a Mohawk-type topped head, 4”x 3/4”x 8 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 325.00
  481. Tin “Mammy” nursing bottle ca. 1820; small size handled tin pot with extended nipple tip spout and a hinged lid with rest, 1 3/4”- 2 3/8”d, 4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  482. Paint decorated wooden bank ca. 1890; homemade red paint decorated bank with white and gray accent paint with the top having “Corda S Bank”, 5 1/2”x 4 5/8”x 3 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  483. Copper tea kettle ca. 1800-50; dovetailed construction kettle having a hinged spout cover, domed lid, three wrought iron feet applied with copper rivets and side tubular iron handle applied with copper rivets, 4 1/4”d, 7”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 140.00
  484. 2 brass wheel pie crimpers ca. 1850; file worked brass wheel with tapered rod and stirrup wrought iron handle, 1 1/2”d, 6 3/4”h; file work brass wheel with iron tang handle, 1 1/4”d, 5 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  485. Miniature grain painted tallcase clock ca. 1920; homemade clock with red smoke decoration, broken arch top, patent date of 1902 and key-wind clock works, 4”x 2 1/4”x 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  486. Large wallpaper hat box ca. 1830; oval hat box with yellow floral print band and top having French balloon ascending above a courtyard and house with Word’s Claytons As 1843, 15”x 11”x 9 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 400.00
  487. Child’s balloon back decorated chair ca. 1860; having a plank seat, turned legs with turned stretchers and original brown paint with green and yellow accent striping, 11 1/2”x 10”x 19 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00
  488. Paint decorated softwood utensil tray ca. 1840; having a fancy scrollwork carry handle, sloped side, chamfered extended bottom and yellow paint with floral decoration and blue banding, 13”x 9”x 5 3/4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 250.00
  489. Hand wrought thumb latch ca. 1760; spade upper and lower cusp with large thumb pad and heavy rail grasp decorated with “X” brand, 4”x 19”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 250.00
  490. 2 wrought iron pie crimpers ca. 1790-1850; large zig-zag wheel with large stirrup and straight rod handle, 2”d, 7 3/4”h; small fine work wheel with rod and ball tipped handle, 1 1/4”d, 6 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  491. 2 brass wheel pie crimpers ca. 1790-1830; make-do cast brass clock wheel with file worked crimper mounted on a wrought iron tilt handle with pie prick end, 1 1/4”d, 7”h; pie crimper with brass wheel and copper handle faceted with a diamond pattern top, 1 3/8”d, 7”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 60.00
  492. Chippendale style mirror ca. 1960-90; well carved and detailed solid mahogany frame using figured mahogany with a triple contoured mirror surround and a carved gold eagle on top attributed to Steve van Ormer, 42 1/2”x 22 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  493. Stephen van Ormer pie crust tea table ca. 1999; figured mahogany with ball and claw feet having carved knees supporting a carved and fluted post signed and dated by Stephen van Ormer (Strasburg, PA) and having his paper label, 26”x 25 1/2”x 42 1/4”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 725.00
  494. Stephen van Ormer Chippendale highboy ca. 1990; mahogany highboy having a broken-arch top with floral rosettes and flame finials over a case having a shell-and-foliate carved center drawer, reeded quarter columns, ball-and-claw feet, foliate-carved knees and apron and fitted with Chippendale brasses and bail handles on ends, made by Stephen van Ormer (Strasburg, PA) , 40 1/4”x 21 1/2”x 88 1/2”, [Provenance: ex-Walter Himmelreich]; Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Estimate $1,500.00-$2,500.00 Sold For 1,600.00
  495. Stephen van Ormer Chippendale lowboy ca. 1960-90s; walnut five-drawer lowboy with fluted quarter columns, ball-and-claw feet with knee carving and shaped top, made by Stephen van Ormer (Strasburg, PA), 35”x 21 1/2”x 30”; Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 1,000.00
  496. Stephen van Ormer tavern table ca. 1990; mixed woods table having one thumb-molded drawer with canted sides, shaped apron, turned splayed legs, box stretcher, oval pin top with dovetailed runners, a red varnish surface and signed and dated on the bottom of the drawer, made by Stephen van Ormer (Strasburg, PA), 31 1/4”x 25 1/2”x 28 1/2”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 700.00
  497. Stephen van Ormer block front chest of drawers ca. 1960-90s; mahogany four drawer chest with the upper drawer having three shell carvings, case with fluted quarter columns, a molded bracket base and fitted with bat-wing brasses, made by Stephen van Ormer (Strasburg, PA), 38 1/2”x 19”x 35”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $800.00-$1,500.00 Sold For 1,700.00
  498. Stephen van Ormer Queen Anne armchair ca. 1960-90s; ­mahogany chair having a shaped backsplat with shell and rosette carving on crest, shaped and carved arms and trifid-footed legs with shell carving on knees, made by Stephen van Ormer (Strasburg, PA), 31 1/4”x 17 1/4”x 41 1/4”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 230.00
  499. Stephen van Ormer pewter cupboard ca. 1997; pegged construction, softwood, two-piece cupboard having an open top with shaped ends and frieze over a base having two drawers over two raised-panel doors and fitted with rattail hinges onto molded stiles with a shaped skirt and a worn, red-painted surface, made by Stephen van Ormer (Strasburg, PA), 45 1/4”x 13”x 62”; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 825.00
  500. A.F. Hackman Queen Anne side chair ca. 1983; unsigned mahogany chair attributed to Arrlington Hackman (Lititz, PA) having a shaped-and-carved back, legs terminating in trifid feet and an upholstered seat, 20 1/4”x 17”x 39”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 425.00
  501. Set of 6 Walter Steely bow back Windsor chairs ca. 1950-70; having bamboo-turned legs and stretchers and seven spindle backs with grooved bows each branded “WS” (Walter Steely, Lititz, PA), 17 1/4”x 16”x 38 1/2”; Estimate $800.00-$1,200.00 Sold For 1,000.00
  502. Walter Steely sawbuck table ca. 1950-80; three board cherry pin-top on a pine base with a molded keyed stretcher and retaining an old varnished surface, 70”x 35 3/4”x 29 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 650.00
  503. Walter Steely Windsor settee ca. 1960-80; unsigned mixed woods having a shaped seat, turned legs and arm posts and a scrolled arm rail in a varnished surface, attributed to Walter Steely (Lititz, PA), 47 1/2”x 17”x 30 1/4”; Estimate $500.00-$800.00 Sold For 800.00
  504. Windsor milking stool ca. 1950-70; mixed woods with bamboo-turned legs and stretcher having a dish top likely by Walter Steely (Lititz, PA), 8”x 8”x 17 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 270.00
  505. Walter Steely sackback Windsor chair ca. 1960-90; mixed woods having bamboo turnings, a “T” stretcher, shaped and carved arm rests, finished in a walnut stain and branded “WS” (Walter Steely, Lititz, PA), 27 1/2”x 17”x 40”; Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 650.00
  506. Pair of reproduction Lancaster fanback Windsors ca. 1960-90s; having seven spindles, goat’s feet on front legs, crestrail with carved ears and a red painted surface, 23”x 15 1/4”x 38”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 525.00
  507. Reproduction pewter cupboard ca. late 1900s; two piece cupboard built from reclaimed softwood boards, top having shaped ends and a cove cornice, the base has three drawers, two raised paneled doors fitted with H hinges and a pull-out cutting board, having a distressed mustard painted surface, 73 1/2”x 21 1/2”x 90”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 625.00
  508. Reproduction walnut Chippendale slant front desk ca. 1910-1930; having four graduated drawers and a prospect with four drawers, two document boxes, a single door, and pigeon holes.  Case has fluted quartered columns and a molded bracket base, label on back for Fred J. Harley of Rutledge, PA, 36”x 21”x 42 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 210.00
  509. Pine corner cupboard ca. 1810-1830; single piece corner cupboard with nine light door over a single paneled lower door, 39”x 25”x 85”; Estimate $400.00-$800.00 Sold For 925.00
  510. Punch tin pie safe ca. 1840-1870; pine with two doors each containing three punch tin panels and sides with three punch tin panels, 40”x 17”x 47”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 575.00
  511. Pine dry sink ca. 1840-1870; dry sink over a single drawer and a two door cupboard base with wooden drawer pulls, 60”x 21”x 36 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 525.00
  512. Joseph Smith jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1835; jacquard coverlet woven by Joseph Smith & Son, Millerstown, Lebanon Co., PA, in 1835; green, blue, and red wool with center seam; fringed on three sides with folded top edge, bird and floral borders with floral central motifs, 80”x 78”; Additional Photo Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 325.00
  513. W.H. Gernand jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1876; jacquard coverlet woven by W.H. Gernand, Carroll, MD in 1876; red, blue, and green wools with a white cotton center seam, floral leaf borders with a central floral and leaf design, three fringed edges and rolled top hem, 94”x 90”; Additional Photo Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 800.00
  514. Daniel Bordner jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1834; jacquard coverlet woven by Daniel Bordner, Millersburg, Berks Co., PA in 1834; red & blue wool and white cotton with center seam; bird and tree borders with central floral motifs; three fringed sides and a rolled top hem; 96”x 84”; Additional Photo Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 475.00
  515. Star pattern patchwork quilt ca. 1900; sixteen star quilt with red and green boarders, 88”x 88”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 325.00
  516. 1881 sampler ca. 1881; alphabet samplers stitched over a needlework dog over the initials “M.P.” and the date “1881” with red backing, 9 1/2”x 28”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  517. Eagle & star pattern crib quilt ca. 1880; appliqued eagle and three stars on a white background, 42”x40”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 350.00
  518. Linden Hall needlework ca. 1835, consisting of floral wreath on a silk ground with stitched-and-pressed fabric flowers, inscribed in calligraphy “Anna Maria Trautwine/Lititz Seminary/August 10, 1835”; mounted in a period molded gold frame, 16 1/4”x 11 1/2” sight, 23”x 16 1/4” frame; Estimate $600.00-$900.00 Sold For 1,100.00
  519. Framed Masonic needlework ca. 1860-1900; stitched in silk thread on punch card with an elaborate composition of Masonic symbols and slogans, retaining the original molded and painted frame, 16 1/2”x 20 1/2” sight, 21”x 25” frame; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 290.00
  520. 1839 sampler ca. 1839; a floral needlework stitched with wool flosses, having a compote in center surrounded by wreath of roses, marked “Christian Geislinger 1839”, mounted in a beveled mahogany frame, 15 3/4”x 15 3/4” sight, 20 3/4”x 20 1/4” frame; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 260.00
  521. Centennial handkerchief ca. 1876; printed image of Memorial Hall in Fairmount Park, with an image of a spread-wing eagle, and a red stars and stripes border, printed text reading “Memorial Hall Art Gallery 1776 Centennial 1876”, mounted in a modern metal frame, 22 1/2”x 19 1/2” sight, 27 1/4”x 25 1/2” frame; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  522. Needlework of classical scene ca. 1860-1910; an elaborate depiction of three figures with a peacock from classical antiquity, stitched with silk thread on a silk ground, in a molded frame having a glass with black-painted border, 25”x 19” sight, 31”x 25 1/2” frame; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 140.00
  523. 2 pie crimpers ca. 1840-1870; 1853 large cent file worked wheel with iron and wood handle, 1”x 8”; large open frame clock gear reworked into a pie crimper with stirrup and rod wrought iron handle, 1 3/4”x 6 3/4”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  524. Sponge paint decorated doll cradle ca. 1892; homemade softwood doll cradle of cut nail construction with sponge paint decoration and accent, marked on the head board “My Dear John”, the foot board “Remember Me Martin” and on a rail “1892”, 12”x 19”x 11”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 220.00
  525. Paint decorated swift ca. 1840; red painted needle cup over an extendable swift with yellow paint decorated bottle shaped clamp, 3 1/2”x 22”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 90.00
  526. Brown painted wooden firkin ca. 1880; brown painted coopered wooden firkin with wooden bands and a wire swing handle with wooden grasp, 7”x 6 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  527. Wrought iron coffee mill ca. 1800; rare table mounted wrought iron coffee mill with scroll work accented box containing a sheet iron drawer and having  paper label on the side marked “18th century wrought iron coffee grinder from the Huffnagle house in New Hope, PA”, 4 1/2”x 6”x 10”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 160.00
  528. Paint decorated footstool ca. 1890; small wooden footstool in yellow paint with red and white pin stripping and strawberry motifs, 14”x  6 1/2”x 6 3/4”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  529. Green painted knife box ca. 1840; wooden slant lid wall box in green paint and painted “knife box” across the front, 12”x 10”x 13”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 375.00
  530. Yellow painted child’s cupboard ca. 1880-1900; tramp art style cupboard made from cigar box with a 2 drawer over 2 door base, mirrored back, and hand carved wheat sheath accents in yellow paint decoration, 10”x 6”x 20”; Estimate $100.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  531. Paint decorated wooden firkin ca. 1850-1870; wooden coopered firkin in green paint with a band of yellow and red painted tulips and bentwood swivel handle, 12”x 12”; Estimate $100.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  532. Soldier’s Home paint decorated footstool ca. 1880-1920; paint decorated wooden footstool with red, white, & blue patriotic top and apron lettered “Soldier’s Home” in red with gray & yellow accented paint, bottom signed “Lida”, 15”x 8”x 7 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$200.00 Sold For 325.00
  533. Green paint decorated pantry box ca. 1880; bentwood box with copper riveted bands, dark green exterior, and lighter green interior paint decoration, 6”d x 2 3/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  534. Green paint decorated pantry box ca. 1880; medium sized bentwood box in old dark green paint, 7”d x 3 3/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  535. Green paint decorated pantry box ca. 1880; bentwood box with iron nailed bands and lighter green paint, 9 1/2”d x 4 3/4”h, $100.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  536. Yellow and red rainbow spatter cup and saucer ca. 1840; English pearlware handleless cup and saucer, yellow and red spatter with thistle motif, cup 2 1/2”h x 4”d, saucer 1 1/4”h x 6”d; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  537. Blue, green, and red rainbow cup and saucer ca. 1840; English pearlware handleless cup and saucer in red, blue, and green rainbow spatter, saucer base impressed “Adams”, cup 2 1/2”h x 3 3/4”d, saucer 1 1/4”h x 5 3/4”d; Estimate $100.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  538. Black seaweed mocha mug ca. 1850; English earthenware cylindrical mocha mug with two black seaweed motifs on a putty ground bracketed by a pair of three blue rings on a white band, a molded raised relief of the royal crown, strap handle with acanthus leaf terminals, and red ink backstamp of a six petal flower, 6”h x 4 1/2”d; Estimate $100.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  539. Black seaweed mocha mug ca. mid-late 1900s; English earthenware cylindrical mocha mug with four black seaweed motifs on a blue ground bracketed by a pair of two black rings on white, blue rim boarder, and faint mark opposite of handle; 3 3/4”h x 2 3/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  540. Black seaweed mocha creamer ca. 1810; English pearlware slightly bulbous mocha creamer with five black seaweed motifs on a brown ground, engine turned rim border glazed green, strap handle with acanthus leaf terminals, 4 1/4”h x 3 1/2”d; Estimate $100.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  541. Black seaweed mocha mug ca. 1830; English pearlware cylindrical mug with four black seaweed on a brown ground, tooled herringbone border glazed green, strap handle with acanthus leaf terminals, and ring molded foot, 3 1/2”h x 3”d; Estimate $100.00-$200.00 Sold For 250.00
  542. Yellow spatterware plate ca. 1850; English earthenware medium yellow spatter bordered luncheon plate with red rose and green leaf design, 8 1/4”d; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 350.00
  543. Red schoolhouse spatterware plate ca. 1845; English earthenware three color spatter schoolhouse luncheon plate, red schoolhouse with green and brown spatter tree and green & brown foreground with a red spatter border, 8 1/2”d; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  544. Yellow spatterware plate ca. 1850; English earthenware yellow spatter bordered dinner plate with blue morning glory flower and green foliage, 9 1/2”d; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 170.00
  545. 2 pieces of blue spatterware ca. 1850-1910; English earthenware blue spatter bulbous creamer with peafowl motif, 5”h x 4 3/4”d; Late continental earthenware side plate with blue spatter sawtooth border and bird on branch central motif, 7”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  546. Peafowl spatter cup and saucer ca. 1810; English pearlware handleless cup and saucer with a peafowl in blue, orange, and yellow among branches with green spatter foliage, 2”h x 3 1/2”d cup, 1 1/4”h x 5 1/4”d saucer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  547. 4 late historical blue plates ca. 1890-1910; four English earthenware dinner plates with flower and fruit borders, all with blue ink back stamps “Staffordshire England/R&M Co.”: “Washington Crossing the Delaware, 1776”, “Washington’s Prayer at Valley Forge”, “Patrick Henry Addressing Virginia Assembly”, and “Bunker Hill Monument/Charlestown, Mass”; 9 3/4”-10”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  548. English pearlware historic blue teapot & creamer ca. 1830-35; dome top teapot in historic blue chinoiserie design with flower and scroll border, 6 1/4”d, 10 1/4”h; rectangular creamer in historic blue flower design with a floral border, 5 1/4”x 3 1/4”x 4 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  549. Blue edged platter & 2 sugar bowls ca. 1800-70; English ironstone octagonal platter with a blue shell edge and impressed “Best Goods” (Powell & Bishop) on base, 11 1/4”x 14 1/2”; two English pearlware covered sugar bowl in three colored stylized floral designs; one with a pair of open horizontal strap handles and lid having an open vertical strap handle, 4 3/8”d, 3 3/4”h; one having a lid with a beehive finial, 5 1/8”d, 5 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  550. 2 English pearlware green edged deep dishes ca. 1800-30; both with green shell edged scalloped rims: one with a smooth base, 9 7/8”d, 1 1/2”h; one with a foot ring, 9 7/8”d, 1 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  551. English earthenware child’s tea set ca. 1900; having a red printed transfer design of birds and child with a large dog, etc.: a ribbed melon form covered teapot with red ink back stamp “England/No 768/Rd No 69456”; ribbed melon form creamer with brown ink back stamp “Staffordshire/England”; waste bowl; four plates with red ink back stamp “CA & Son/No 766/Rd No 69456/England” (Charles Allerton & Sons); five tapered sided cups and three saucers with various red ink back stamps; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  552. 2 English Gaudy Welsh ironstone plates ca. 1840-60; ten-sided plates in unknown pattern with prominent blue leaves, scrolled foliage and burnt orange and green flowers with a copper lustre rim and one plate impressed “Pearl White”, 9 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  553. 2 plates ca. 1800-60; English ironstone Gaudy Welsh twelve-sided deep dish in an unknown pattern impressed “Real Ironstone” on the base, 1 7/8”x 10 1/8”; English pearlware twelve-sided plate with a raised relief rope rim and many bordering flowers colored in burnt orange, green, yellow and copper lustre with the center having bush work of flowers, foliage and a bucket-like device, 7”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  554. 2 English ironstone items ca. 1840-60; “octagon shape” covered teapot weakly impressed “T&R Boote” with registration mark, 10 3/4”x 6 3/4”; covered octagonal vegetable dish in the “fig” pattern with the base impressed “Ironstone/J. Wedgwood/China” and registration mark “1856”, 8 1/8”x 9 1/4”x 13 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  555. English pearlware black “Columbus” platter ca. 1840; oval platter with black printed transfer and black ink back stamp “Columbus/WA & S” (William Adams & Sons), 12 1/4”x 15 1/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  556. 6 English pearlware “Genevese” dinner plates ca. 1845; black printed transfers with black ink back stamps “Genevese/Opaque China” with indented rims by Ridgway, 9”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  557. 3 English pearlware black printed transfer items ca. 1820-40; goblet form two-handled loving cup, 4 5/8”d, 4 5/8”h; small/short compote, 5 3/8”d, 2 7/8”h; smoker’s set tobacco jar tamper and lidded snuff box, 5”d, 3”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  558. Pair of center hinge strap hinges ca. 1790; PA blanket chest strap hinges with an ornamental interior formed cusp, 32”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  559. Pair of hand wrought frog leg hinges ca. 1820-50; PA barn door strap hinges in frog leg design with side members, 19” strap, 12 1/2” side member; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 600.00
  560. Early wrought iron hinges ca. 1730-1810; long strap hinges with single frog’s leg side member, 16 1/2” strap, 13” side member; PA barn door hinge with bird’s head cusp, ram’s horn side member and chamfered shoulders, 12 1/4” strap, 7 1/2” side member; Dutch style strap hinge with fan design cusp, 12”; goose neck desk strap pintle, 12 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00
  561. Pioneer’s lap loom ca. 1700s; mortise and tenon constructed lap loom with chestnut/oak chip carved end boards, thread grooves and small crown head nail thread keeps, 11”x 21”x 2 7/8”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  562. 3 hand wrought tools ca. 1800-50; garden gate hasp with snake skin design tool decoration and a snake tail hook, 8 1/2”; large twitch, 15 1/2”; simple form dough scraper, 3”w; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  563. Hand wrought thumb latch ca. 1750; grasp and thumb latch with ornamental pointed cap design, 18 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 325.00
  564. Assorted hand wrought hardware ca. 1780-1830; match pair of butterfly cabinet hinges, 3 1/4”; butterfly design pintle, 4”x 5”; four various Moravian side hinges with one in frog leg pattern, 5 1/4”-7” x 3”- 5 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  565. Hand wrought thumb latch ca. 1750; grasp and large thumb pad latch in pineapple design with ornamental upper and lower cusps, 18”, 5” grasp; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 300.00
  566. 2 stove top pipe brackets ca. 1750-1800; both U-shaped: one in wrap over design, 12” harp & bracket; one in pad foot design, 12” harp, 11” bracket; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00
  567. 2 wrought iron thumb latch pulls ca. 1750-1800; grasp with spade design upper and lower cusps, 13 1/2”; grasp with turnip design upper cusp and spade design lower cusp, 12 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  568. 2 thumb latches ca. 1740-60; early wrought iron thumb latch with pine tree-type upper cusp and spade lower cusp with the grasp rod banded with latch, 9 3/4”; PA form latch with closed tulip head upper cusp and round lower cusp having a broad grasp banded with latch, 10”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 280.00
  569. 2 thumb latches ca. 1700-60; one with pine tree design upper and lower cusps with banded grasp and striker, 13 3/4”; one with bulb and plant shoot upper cusp and arrowhead lower cusp having a beveled  grasp, 12”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 350.00
  570. 2 single cusp Suffolk latches ca. 1700-40; Lancaster Co. attributed thumb latch in ornate tree design upper cusp with lower drive-in staple, original striker and round grasp with a mold design center, 8 5/8”; thumb latch with very ornate open work upper cusp and a simple staple driver lower with original striker and single band grasp, 9”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 260.00
  571. 2 Suffolk thumb latches ca. 1700-40; small grasp thumb latch with pineapple-type upper and lower cusps with original striker, 10 3/4”; slender thumb latch with closed rose bud upper and lower cusps and a high arch rod handle, 8 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  572. Group of architectural hardware ca. 1700-1860; three large gate swing latch bars with iron knobs; two key escutcheons; three assorted door switch latch bars; two New England-style knocker latches with striker bars; highly ornate shutter bolt with open work upper and lower cusps; large “S”-shaped barn wall tie; knob escutcheon; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 290.00
  573. 3 early spring operated latch locks ca. 1730-1850; Moravian-type spring operated latch lock with exterior screw-butt press and keeper, 7”; box lock with slide bolt and dead bolt having an operational key and keeper, 4 1/2”x 5”; unsigned Boker-style elbow box lock with dead bolt and keeper, 6”x 5”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 170.00
  574. Wrought iron door hardware ca. 1730-1800; Suffolk thumb latch with ornamental turnip design upper cusp and heart design lower cusp having a round grasp with raise molded ball center and striker, 11”; matched pair of hinges with turnip design cusp and Moravian pad, 6”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 325.00
  575. 2 pair of Moravian style side hinges ca. 1740-60; both pancake-type with large flat cusps: one pair with turnip design cusp and hinge straps with tool accents, 6 1/2”x 4 1/4”; one pair with ornamental heart design cusp and straps with tool accents, 7”x 4 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  576. 3 pair of ram’s horn hinges ca. 1750-1810; all similar style ram’s horn split scroll to ball cusp: one pair for small cabinets, 2 1/2”x 6 1/2”; one medium size for interior door, 3 1/2”x 10 1/2”; one heavy set for exterior door, 3 1/2”x 12 3/4”; Estimate $300.00-$600.00 Sold For 400.00
  577. Pair of hand wrought barn chest hinges ca. 1850; long top cusp with spear point design and exterior mount side member with the top cusp having chamfer edges, 9”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  578. Evan R. Jones cobalt decorated cream crock ca. 1880; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware crock with a brushed cobalt drooping tulip motif and impressed “Evan R Jones/ Pittston, PA” with a squared off rim, pair of applied lug ear handles and an Albany slip glaze interior, 8 3/8”d, 8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  579. Cowden & Wilcox cobalt decorated batter jug ca. 1870; salt glazed slightly bulbous jug with a brushed cobalt spitting tulip motif with foliated design at base of spout, cobalt daub at single applied handle ear lug and cobalt surround on body brackets for wire and turned wooden bale handle impressed “Cowden & Wilcox/Harrisburg” with an Albany slip glaze interior, 7 3/4”d, 8 3/4”h; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 1,300.00
  580. 3 gallon cobalt decorated crock ca. 1887; salt glazed slightly bulbous crock having a simple brushed cobalt foliate motif and dated “1887” with an impressed “3”, pair of applied lug ear handles and flattened rim, 10 3/8”d, 13 3/8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 260.00
  581. 2 gallon cobalt decorated butter churn ca. 1840-60; salt glazed cylindrical butter churn having a brushed flowering stem with six blossoms, pair of applied lug ear handles, impressed “2”, an interior rim flange for lid and an Albany slip glaze interior, 8 3/4”d, 11”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  582. Urn shaped redware jar ca. 1880; having dark yellow-brown lead glaze and a molded concave rim probably of mid-Atlantic origin, 7 1/4”d, 8 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  583. Earthenware pitcher & bird whistle ca. 1860-1920; tapered cylindrical pitcher in Bristol glaze with a diagonal sponged cobalt motif and molded rings at neck and foot, 5 1/2”d, 8 7/8”h; figural bird whistle glaze in blue, green and yellow, 2”x 1 5/8”x 3 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  584. Etruscan Majolica pewter topped syrup ca. 1885; tapered hexagonal majolica syrup having iris fronds on wicker panels framed by bamboo stalks and capped by a cable rim and foot with a pewter top and impressed “GSH Etruscan Majolica” (Griffen, Smith and Hill, Phoenixville, PA) and “E22” on base glazed in brown, green, lavender and yellow, 7 5/8”x 4 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  585. 2 pieces of PA redware ca. 1870-80; Lebanon Valley slightly bulbous handled honey pot with sponged manganese on a dark yellow-brown glaze, ribbed strap handle and two incised collar rings, 4 5/8”d, 6 1/4”h; brown interior glazed slightly bulbous jelly jar, 5 1/8”d, 5 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  586. 3 pieces of PA redware ca. 1870-80; Turk’s head food mold having a manganese sponged rims on a reddish brown glaze with 14 swirled ribs, a central cone and scalloped rims, 8 1/8”d, 2 3/4”h; globular mug or porringer in brown glaze with a strap handle and two incised collar rings, 4”d, 2 3/4”h; cylindrical jar with reddish brown glaze and flared rim with recess for lid; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  587. 2 gallon J. Fisher cobalt decorated jug ca. 1890; salt glazed stoneware cylindrical jug with slipped cobalt “2” and fern frond motif impressed “J. Fisher/Lyons, NY” (Jacob Fisher) with an iron wash on neck, 9 1/4”d, 14”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  588. PA redware mug ca. 1860-90; lead glazed mug having a concave profile, strap handle, three vertical manganese bands on a dark brown ground and three molded rings at foot, 4 1/8”d, 4 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  589. Stoneware rolling pin & blue sponge dish ca. 1900-40; Bristol glazed stoneware rolling pin with blue ringed edges and a pair of two floral motifs on both ends and mounted on a turned hardwood handle, 2 5/8”d, 7 1/4”l roller, 14 7/8” total; cobalt sponge decorated earthenware dish, 10 1/4”d, 1 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  590. Cowden cobalt stenciled cake crock ca. 1885; salt glazed stoneware cylindrical crock having an oval cobalt stencil motif and impressed “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” with brushed cobalt daubs on terminals, pair of applied lug ear handles and a thickened, molded flattened rim, 9 1/2”d, 5 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 400.00
  591. Stoneware liquor jug ca. 1880; two gallon salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jug with an impressed “2”, a strap handle and a plain broad collar with raised beveled neck band of mid-Atlantic origin, 8 1/2”d, 13 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  592. 2 gallon unmarked Shenfelder cobalt decorated jug ca. 1885; salt glazed bulbous jug with typical brushed cobalt two bud flowering stem over a bar and impressed “2” with an Albany slip glaze interior, 9 3/4”d, 14 1/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 475.00
  593. 2 gallon cobalt decorated Olean, NY jug ca. 1875; salt glazed cylindrical jug with a brushed cobalt flower design impressed “2” and “Olean, NY” with an Albany slip glaze interior, 9 5/8”d, 12 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  594. 1 1/2 gallon blue decorated crock ca. 1850; salt glazed bulbous crock with cobalt flower and foliage decoration on shoulder with cobalt feathering around each of two simple lug ear handles, a square rim and recess tooled neck and impressed “1 1/2” attributed to Baltimore, 8 3/4”d, 11 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  595. 2 gallon John Burger cobalt decorated butter churn ca. 1860; salt glazed cylindrical butter churn having a slipped cobalt floral motif and “2” impressed “John Burger/Rochester” with a pair of molded applied lug ear handles, interior lid flange and an Albany slip glaze interior, 9 1/4”d, 10 7/8”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 400.00
  596. 2 Stahl pottery redware mugs ca. 1947-52; both with manganese spotting on yellowish-brown ground with tapered sides and ribbed strap handles: one with a single incised ring at waist and incised on base “Made by/R.R. Stahl/ Nov 20, 1947”, 3 1/4”d, 3 1/4”h; one with a pair of incised rings at waist and incised on base “By/Stahl/1952”, 4”d, 3”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  597. Unsigned Stahl slipware plate ca. 1950; having brown glaze, faint sawtooth cream slip on interior shoulder, puddled glaze on interior bottom and base incised “29-A”, 9”d, 1 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  598. Bulbous Stahl pottery redware mug ca. 1948; having brown over yellowish-brown glaze with a ribbed strap handle, four incised rings at shoulder and three incised rings at knee having a prominent extended foot and incised on base “Made in/Stahl Pottery/By I.S. Stahl/Jun 28, 1948”, 3 7/8”d, 4 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  599. Stahl redware mug & saucer ca. 1938; slightly flared mug with manganese spotted greenish-brown and some orangey-brown glaze having a molded ribbed handle, extended foot and incised on base “Made/In/Stahl’s Pottery/By/Thomas Stahl/July 15/1938”, 3 5/8”d, 3 1/4”h; thick saucer with thick dark olive-brown glaze and incised on base “Made by I.S. Stahl 12-16-1938 S.P” and “No 23/A”, 6 1/8”d, 1 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  600. PA redware flower pot & saucer ca. 1840-90; lead glazed flower pot with attached saucer having a pie crust form collar and fine manganese streaked brown glaze, 5 5/8”d, 4 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  601. 2 small PA redware jars ca. 1840-60; brown lead glazed jar with extended rolled rim 3 5/8”d, 4 3/4”h; manganese lustrous streaked glaze with interior lid flange and a glazed base, 4 1/4”d, 5 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  602. PA redware flower pot ca. 1840-90; lead glazed flower pot with attached saucer, pie crust form collar and yellowish-brown glaze with darker spotting, 7 5/8”d, 6 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  603. PA redware flower pot ca. 1840-90; lead glazed flower pot with attached saucer, incised rim ring and pair of incised collar rings having brown sponging on a yellowish-brown ground, 5”d, 4 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  604. 4 PA redware Turk’s head food molds ca. 1840-90; one in yellowish-brown glaze with fine brown spots having 15 ribs with a swirled, capped cone, 5 1/8”d, 1 7/8”h; one greenish and orange-brown glaze with some manganese sponging having 14 ribs with an open swirled cone, 6”d, 2 1/4”h; one brown glazed having 9 ribs with bottom glaze puddles and a smooth capped cone, 6”d, 2 1/4”h; one reddish-brown glaze with manganese sponging on rims having 14 ribs with an open swirled cone, 6 5/8”d, 2 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  605. Henry Swope molded redware jar ca. 1840-60; PA lead glazed square base redware jar with each side having a molded Victorian scrolled leaves motif, dark brown glaze with light to white spots, a round mouth with flattened, rounded rim and base embossed “Henry Swope’s Pottery” (Lancaster, PA), 10 3/4”x 6 1/8”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 1,050.00
  606. Samuel Bell & Son redware bowl ca. 1885; Shenandoah Valley lead glazed redware flared sided bowl in a reddish-brown glaze with some fine manganese speckling and side impressed “S. Bell & Son”, 7 3/8”d, 2 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 375.00
  607. Tin pie board & rolling pin ca. 1890-1920; tin pie board with rounded rolling pin rack and scrolled table stop, 18 5/8”x 22”; loose handle tin rolling pin with maple handles, 2 3/4”d, 17”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 270.00
  608. Large tulip design butter print ca. 1800-50; deep chip-carved tulip design in a walnut round with a large walnut grasp knob, 4 1/4”d, 3”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00
  609. Kitchen spice cabinet ca. 1900-10; non-traditional form 7 drawer chest in simple nail construction with porcelain knobs, cocks beading trim and unusual stepped spire back with a small mirror, 19”x 11”x 17 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 350.00
  610. Berks Co. copper gooseneck tea kettle ca. 1800-60; dovetail constructed round copper tea kettle with a gooseneck spout, half-moon copper riveted bracket with solid copper swing handle and impressed script signature of J. Kidd (Reading, PA) having an arched top lid with cast brass knob, 8 3/4”d, 7 3/4”h; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 525.00
  611. Toleware bank ca. 1820-50; green painted toleware bank with handle and hinged lid with hasp, 1 7/8”- 2 1/4”d, 3”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  612. Small toleware document box ca. 1830-50; narrow rectangular tin box having japanning and floral decoration with arched top lid having a pin stripe band, 8 1/2”x 3 5/8”x 4 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  613. Toleware coffee pot ca. 1810-40; lighthouse shaped pot with black base japanning paint having a pomegranate design with yellow and green accents and a side mounted handle and hinged lid with yellow accent paint, 3 3/8”-5”d; 8 1/4”h; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 600.00
  614. Brass adjustable two wick fat lamp ca. 1880; English-Egyptian style pedestal based lamp having a round pedestal base with wreath, hand cast brass tote, hand grasping snake head handle and a domed slide-up lid, 5”d, 21 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  615. J. P. Schaum copper coal hod ca. 1850-80; having a heavy brass wire handle with wooden grasp impressed “J.P. Schaum” (Lancaster, PA), a broad deflector lip and sitting on three bun-shaped feet, 16”d, 12 1/2”h; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 500.00
  616. Red toleware double cake pan with lid ca. 1900; two layer round cake box with tin stepped lid having four tiers and a brass knob, 11 1/4”d, 6”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  617. 2 kitchen primitives ca. 1820-80; copper dipper with wrought handle and rattail hook, 6”d, 24”l; brass butcher’s skimmer ladle with pad and ball topped wrought iron handle, 7”d, 21 3/4”l; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  618. St. Joseph’s Society Trustees document box a. 1840-80; green painted toleware box with hinged lid having yellow lettering “Trustees St. Joseph’s Society of Lancaster, Pa” and a hasp, 13 1/2”x 6 1/2”x 7”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00
  619. Large carved walnut springerle mold ca. 1850-1920; deep mold of a man with a hat riding horseback, 14 1/2”x 12”x 5/8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00
  620. Carved lollipop-style butter print ca. 1830-70; having primitive-style floral design with round banding, 3 1/8”d, 9”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 75.00
  621. Carved lollipop-style butter print ca. 1790-1830; having chip-carved floral designs and a broad handle, 3 3/4”d, 8 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  622. Maple stained pantry box ca. 1850; round box with cherry bands fastened with copper nails and a spruce top and bottom, 5 7/8”d, 2 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  623. Green painted round pantry box ca. 1850; hickory band box pegged to boards with copper rivets and having a spruce top and bottom with a dark green painted exterior, 6 3/8”d, 2 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  624. Box-style viewer with colorized viewer cards ca. 1870s; French viewer marked “Polyorama Panoptique” with an extendable lens mounted in a wallpaper covered box, 6 3/8”x 5 1/2”x 5”; eight views of famous landmarks of Europe, 5 3/8”x 3 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  625. Large lead glass clock face ca. 1900-20; square milk glass clock face with painted 3 1/2” numbers and corners accented with green and yellow slag glass, 26 1/2”x 26”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 325.00
  626. Rack of 8 stereoptic viewers ca. 1890-1910; viewers all made by “Monarch” with tin eye shades with a spring press mounting rack, 25”x 4 3/4”x 15” rack; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 280.00
  627. Red painted blanket chest ca. 1760-1800; mixed woods chest having half-blind dovetails, file-decorated strap hinges, grabber lock, shaped escutcheon, bail handles with shaped backplates and fitted with turned feet, 50 1/2”x 22 1/2”x 25 1/4”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 600.00
  628. Softwood corner cupboard ca. 1830-60; two-piece, twelve light glazed doors over two recessed panel door cupboard with a molded cornice, bracket base and retaining an old paint-decorated surface, 46 1/2”x 23 1/2”x 81 1/2”; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 675.00
  629. Set of 6 half-spindle plank seat chairs ca. 1830-60; freehand and stencil decoration on a cream ground with two having maker’s stencil on bottom of seat “M. Richardson…”, 18 1/2”x 15”x 32”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 325.00
  630. 12 light Dutch cupboard ca. 1820-50; softwood, two piece cupboard having a top with a boldly-molded cornice, two six light doors, interior with molded shelves and spoon rack over a three-drawer base having two raised panel doors, a bracket base and a lamb’s tongue chamfering on front corners with a later painted surface, 52”x 19”x 87”; Estimate $400.00-$800.00 Sold For 425.00
  631. Federal cast iron fireplace ca. 1852; having molded pilasters, a decorative frieze, molded side panels and top with brass finials and marked “Patented V…M 1852”, 34 1/2”x 25”x 32”; Estimate $300.00-$600.00 Sold For 200.00
  632. Blue tool chest ca. 1860-1900; pine tool chest having a single sliding tray, lid with applied panel, a molded base and retaining the original painted surface with stenciled name “Denton Stake”, 35 3/4”x 18 3/4”x 19 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 325.00
  633. Bannister back chair ca. 1875-1920; mixed woods chair having turned posts, a shaped crestrail, four split balusters and a rush seat with an old black-varnished surface, 19”x 14”x 42 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  634. Valentine Urletig tallcase clock ca. 1780s; having an eight-day movement with a matted brass dial, applied brass chapter ring and spandrels, a minute dial, strike setting and a name plate engraved “Valentin Urletig” (Reading, PA) fitted in a fine walnut case having a broken arch with carved rosettes and brass finials, the hood fitted with four turned columns, fluted quarter columns on the waist and base, turtle-carved panel on base and supported by molded bracket feet, 18 3/4”x 11”x 94”; Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3; 4 Estimate $5,000.00-$8,000.00 Sold For 5,200.00
  635. Federal style breakfront cabinet ca. 1900-30; two-part mahogany cabinet with veneers with the upper section having four glazed doors, adjustable shelves and a peaked pediment over a four door base with oval veneered fronts, interior fitted with adjustable shelves and tray dividers, 82”x 21 1/4”x 102 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$600.00 Sold For 1,500.00
  636. 2 drawer stand ca. 1820-50; softwood stand having turned legs, dovetailed drawers fitted with wooden knobs and painted interiors and an old refinished surface, 20 1/2”x 20 1/2”x 29”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00
  637. Walnut pin top farm table ca. 1820-50; having a four board top, dovetailed battens, turned legs, two thumb-molded drawers fitted with wooden knobs and an old refinished surface, 60”x 33 3/4”x 29”; Estimate $300.00-$600.00 Sold For 450.00
  638. Gray carpenter’s chest ca. 1850-80; softwood chest having paneled front and ends, iron bail handles, interior fitted with three removable trays and retaining the original painted surface, 39 1/2”x 20 1/4”x 19 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  639. Red bucket bench ca. 1820-50; softwood bench having two shelves mortised through with plate grooves, one shelf having spoon cutouts, shaped end panels and retaining an old red painted surface, 45 1/2”x 11 1/2”x 31 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 425.00
  640. 6 balloon back chairs ca. 1860; retaining the original freehand rose-and-foliage decoration on a brown ground with green trim, 18”x 16 1/2”x 32 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$500.00 Sold For 100.00
  641. Reading tallcase clock ca. 1820-50; eight day movement by Joseph Fix (Reading, PA) having a moon dial with date wheel and seconds hand, shell spandrels, walnut case having broken-arch pediment, inlaid rosettes and brass finials with a chamfered waist and supported on a bracket base, 20 1/2”x 11”x 97”; Additional Photo Estimate $2,000.00-$3,000.00 Sold For 3,700.00
  642. Tilt-top tea table ca. 1770-1810; mahogany table having a turned column supported by three snake feet with a brass lock and refinished surface, 36”x 26”x 48 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 200.00
  643. Maryland corner cupboard ca. 1800-30; one piece, softwood cupboard having two three-panel doors over two single panel doors with interior shelves having plate grooves, case supported on a bracket base and retaining an early ivory-painted surface found in southern Maryland, 30”x 30”x 87 1/2”; Additional Photo's Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 850.00
  644. Pine dovetailed blanket chest ca. 1820-60; having a cleated lid, interior till and retaining an old paint-decorated surface, 36”x 17 1/2”x 19 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  645. Red painted butter churn ca. 1840-70; having a hinged domed top, interior paddle, chamfered legs and retaining the original red painted surface, 28”x 21”x 34”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00
  646. 1 door tabletop cupboard ca. 1830-60; softwood cupboard having a single door with beaded edges, an over-hanging top with ogee molding and a backboard that is extended and pierced for hanging with a shaped bracket base and retaining an old refinished surface, 22 1/2”x 15 1/2”x 28 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  647. Snow Hill hymnal table ca. 1840-70; pine, one-board top table with shaped-and-mortised end panels having high-arching cutouts and a single shelf that is mortised through the end and retaining the original unfinished surface, 72 1/4”x 12”x 30 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 1,500.00
  648. Small bucket bench ca. 1830-60; softwood bench having two shelves, shaped end panels and backsplash and retaining the original red painted surface, 30 1/2”x 11”x 40 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$600.00 Sold For 875.00
  649. Oil on canvas attributed to Berks Co. artists ca. 1880; likely collaboration between Frederick Spang & Chris Shearer (both of Berks Co., PA) with Spang painting the little girl in a frilly dress and Shearer painting the background and framed in a later chestnut frame, 31”x 24” sight; Estimate $700.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 375.00
  650. Frederick Spang oil on canvas ca. 1875; portrait of a gentleman signed on reverse “Spang” in a heavy, carved gold leafed frame, 26 1/2”x 21 1/2” sight; [Provenance: ex-Lester Breininger Collection]; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 260.00
  651. Victor Shearer oil on canvas ca. 1909; landscape scene with village in background signed “V. Shearer 1909” in lower right and framed in a gold leafed frame, 19 1/2”x 29 1/2” sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  652. Ben Austrian “Battle of the Chicks” chromolithograph ca. 1900; 25 chicks in a horizontal format fighting over a moth in a green and gold nicely matted frame, 34”x 8” sight; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 350.00
  653. “Satanita” oil on canvas ca. 1920; racing yacht “Santanita” along with another in the sea in a gold-toned frame attributed to Wilfred Knox, 35 1/2”x 23 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 400.00
  654. Oil on canvas painting ca. 1850; detailed scene of a blacksmith shop with blacksmith, helper and all the necessities depicted including a workbench, anvil, tools, water bucket, fireplace, etc., 56”x 28” sight; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 325.00
  655. Oil on canvas painting ca. 1880; winter snow scene with gentleman attempting to pull his horse across the bridge by a mill at dusk in a black painted frame with a gold painted liner, 47”x 45 1/2” sight; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 475.00
  656. Oil on canvas portrait ca. 1870; gentleman in a coat and tie attributed to be a descendant of the Brown family of Overbrook, Phila. by tradition, 30”x 24” sight; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00
  657. Oil on canvas portrait ca. 1850; formally attired gentleman with old labels on reverse identifying him as Chas. N. Buck, the great-great-grandfather of Katharine L. Brown from Overbrook, Phila. and cleaned and varnished by “Hannah Horner Phila, PA 1/7/26”, 30”x 24” sight; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 200.00
  658. Oil on canvas portrait ca. 1850; gentleman in formal dress, a descendant of the Brown family (Overbrook, Phila.) by tradition, 24 1/2”x 30 1/2” sight; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  659. Pair of oil on canvas portraits ca. 1820; preacher with his arm on Bible and his wife in a black dress with red shawl in gold leaf frames, 26 1/2”x 22 1/2” sight preacher; 29 1/2”x 24 1/2” sight wife; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 325.00
  660. Oil on canvas portrait ca. 1850; gentleman in formal attire in a fancy period gilt frame, 31 1/2”x 37”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 160.00
  661. Oil on canvas portrait ca. 1820; lady in a modern frame, 31 1/2”x 37”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 300.00
  662. Sunshine & shadow pattern Amish quilt ca. 1940; pieced plain, colored patches surrounded by a wide blue border of wool, silk and synthetic materials having cross-stitch quilting in central area with floral pattern stitching in the borders and the back in woven plaid cotton, 80”x 80”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 325.00
  663. 9 block floral appliqued quilt ca. 1860-80; floral blocks on a red ground separated by green strips with green borders and a red floral printed cotton backing, 88”x 86”; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 450.00
  664. Red & green striped quilt ca. 1840-60; pieced red and green alternating stripes quilted with a cable stitch pattern having side borders, 86”x 86”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 240.00
  665. 4 block floral appliqued quilt ca. 1880; four floral blocks of solid colored appliqued on a brown and white floral print ground having solid orange, brown and green colors with orange banding and black and white check patterned back, 86”x 84”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 500.00
  666. 30 block floral design quilt ca. 1920; red and blue floral design squares pieced and appliqued on a white ground with red triangle border surrounded by a white border with cable and undulating vine quilting and white backing, 92”x 76”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 65.00
  667. Striped sawtooth pattern quilt ca. 1900; sawtooth pieced strips of pink and green printed cottons surrounded by an inner sawtooth border of the green print bound with blue and white plaid cotton fabric and bordered with cotton fabric having the central area quilted in cross-stitch and border area with cable stitching, 82”x 82”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 190.00
  668. 9 block floral appliqued quilt ca. 1840-60; appliqued floral blocks with an appliqued vine border in printed and plain red, green and orange cotton on a white ground with a white cotton back and cable pattern quilting, 96”x 96”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 290.00
  669. 20 block pieced work quilt ca. 1850; with each block containing 13 squares in red, green, orange and black printed fabrics with sawtooth quilting throughout and a red print backing, 90”x 88”; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 525.00
  670. Marble Abraham Lincoln bust ca. 1880; heavy three color marble bust with the head in white marble, torso in tan marble and base in pink marble, 23”x 18”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 290.00
  671. David Robert Brumbach watercolor ca. 1978; Lancaster, PA railroad station in a large format signed “David Brumbach ‘78” in pencil in lower right in a thin silvered frame, 32 1/2”x 22” sight; Estimate $2,000.00-$4,000.00 Sold For 20,500.00
  672. Chinese portrait of noble family ca. 1800s; pen, ink and mixed media rendering of a Chinese official and his family in a bamboo-styled frame, 46”x 35” sight; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 200.00
  673. French gilt carved mirror ca. 1880; in the Rococo style with oak leaf and acorn motif and a later mirror, 44”x 29 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 200.00
  674. Carved statue ca. 1900s; woman in tradition with polychromed attire holding flowers, 50”h; Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 500.00
  675. Tribal spear ca. 1870-1920; having a hand wrought 13” spear point mounted to a wooden shaft by a 9” extension having brass and copper bands, punched decoration and the other end of the shaft fitted with a small flared blade, 75 1/4”x 3 1/2”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 85.00
  676. Souvenir tribal drum ca. 1950; with animal skin top over a carved cylindrical drum held by a native woman sitting on a stool from St. Barnabas by tradition, 53”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  677. 5 piece display of points  all of central Pennsylvania: one altered spear point in shape of eagle effigy; one flint broad spear point; one flint arrow point; one half-moon black flint point; one altered spear point; 5”x 6” display; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  678. 5 piece display of spear points early white quartz long spear; fine jasper broad spear; small jasper point; long granite spear with tapered teal; broad spear with profound extended edges; 6 1/2”x 8 1/4” display; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  679. Spike trade axe ca. 1850-1900; drop forged tomahawk with impressed maker’s mark and mounted on a yellow pine handle that was drawn-shaved having a pewter inlaid cap on the base of handle and string of trade bead on sinew through bow-drilled hole in handle, 16”x 8”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 450.00
  680. 2 Southwest Indian baskets ca. 1880-1940; bowl form with decoration consisting of five brown dyed dogs, 13”x 2”; tightly woven bowl having a diamond design in rust and brown, 8”x 3 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 95.00
  681. 2 Southwest Indian baskets ca. 1870-1920; finely woven miniature footed bowl with rust-colored banding, 4 3/4”x 1 3/4”; finely woven bowl with brown rim and brown triangle decorations, 5 1/2”x 2 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  682. Moccasins & 4 clay pipes ca. 1800-1940; small pair of leather moccasins having bead decoration on front, 4 1/2”x 2 1/2”; three trade pipes and one Pennsylvania redware pipe having a green glaze with eagle and shield decoration and “SALLM NA”, 1 3/4”x 1”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 4,100.00
  683. Tulip appliqued quilt ca. 1840-1880; 25 block cotton appliqued and pieced tulip design on a white ground with concentric circular quilting patterns and a white cotton backing, 88”x 88”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 400.00
  684. Trip Around the World pieced quilt ca. 1840-60; pieced patterned and plain cotton blocks with quilting across the blocks through the points in straight lines having a narrow red border and red and green solid cotton strips backing, 80”x 80”; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 475.00
  685. Star block quilt ca. 1850; pieced block star pattern containing plain and printed cotton fabrics with cotton and cross-stitching and a red printed cotton back, 82”x 82”; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 725.00
  686. Joseph’s Coat quilt ca. 1900; pieced strips quilt with red border having seven cotton strips in orange, yellow, green, blue, brown, pink and red alternating in center with a red border and black printed cotton back, 76”x 76”; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 210.00
  687. Lone Star quilt ca. 1900; pieced plain cottons in a single star pattern with a green ground quilted in small block cross-stitching on plain areas and following the pattern of the star with a red printed cotton back, 78”x 78”; Estimate $1,500.00-$2,000.00 Sold For 1,050.00
  688. Sawtooth pattern quilt ca. 1850; red and white sawtooth strip quilt in red cloth with a small white dotted pattern and having a white plain cloth backing, 90”x 85”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 400.00
  689. Rose wreath with swag & tassel border quilt ca. 1870; nine block rose wreath center surrounded with a swag and tassel border with vine and leaf quilting patterns in borders and quilting following the floral motifs in the center, 88”x 88”; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 450.00
  690. Irish chain pattern quilt ca. 1880; with red inner border and green ground having a blue and orange printed cotton backing, 78”x 78”; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 550.00
  691. Traveling table top game wheel in wooden case ca. 1860-90; paint decorated cast metal game of chance wheel with 60 numbers with the wheel mounted in a softwood carry case having two hinged doors with a brass catch, lock and carry handle, 17 1/2”d wheel, 20 3/4”x 21”x 3 1/2” case; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 475.00
  692. Folk art style child’s rocking horse ca. 1850; two-part running horse having red painted runners and step boards with the horse in gray with a smoke decorated accent spot, black painted manes, bridles and faux saddle and a real horse hair tail, 38”x 21 1/2”x 14 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 220.00
  693. Cast iron figural andiron fronts ca. 1850-80; pair of comical figures “Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum” figures with rotund bellies, billowy shirt and gray hair with one in a green outfit and one in a red outfit, 21 1/2”x 11”x 6 1/4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 600.00
  694. Cast iron bell hop smoking stand ca. 1930; slender black Americana form butler in a red suit jacket and bowtie holding a brass ash tray, small cigarette jar and match holder with an iron base, 9 1/4”x 35 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 270.00
  695. 2 brass wheel pastry crimpers ca. 1820-60; both file worked: one with a round top stirrup and handle with a small wooden grasp, 1 1/4”d, 6 3/4”h; one lathe turned with a ball top and iron handle, 1 1/4”d, 5 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  696. Townsend & Compton English pewter basin ca. 1810; having a well-hammered booge and a “Townsend and Compton/London” touch, 9 1/8”d, 2 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  697. Grain painted dome top document box ca. 1760-1800; white pine dovetailed box with yellow and red swirl graining having a steam arched top and lid with an early brass pull, 18”x 10”x 8 1/2; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00
  698. Miniature dovetailed polar blanket chest ca. 1890; dovetail constructed chest stained brown with turned ball feet and a lock, 15 1/2”x 13 1/4”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 425.00
  699. Blue painted tavern tray ca. 1840; softwood sloped side tray with in blue and white paint with the center of the tray initialed “N.R.” and having center grab handles, 25”x 18 3/4”x 3”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  700. Conestoga wagon jack ca. 1852; PA form rack and pinion hand-wrought jack with an orange painted surround with a twisted bar crank handle, 7”x 24”x 4 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00
  701. Wooden barber’s pole trade sign ca. 1850-80; turned wood pole with wooden turned cap and a metal cup vase having two two-ring type hangers and painted in several layers of red, white and blue spiral pattern, 4 1/2”d, 49 1/4”h; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 625.00
  702. Rebman’s wooden game wheel ca. 1920; ornate red and blue paint decorated plywood game wheel with 30 numbers and signed “Rebman’s, Lancaster, PA”, 24”d, 17 1/2” rail; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 270.00
  703. Dr. H.H. Lichtig sign ca. 1890-1920; wooden letters mounted on a beveled backboard finished in a black sand-painted surface and signed “Clarence A. Charbeneau” at the bottom; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 70.00
  704. Yellow painted pedal car ca. 1930s; tin hood on a wooden frame retaining the original yellow and red painted surface having wire wheels with rubber tires and marked “104 Auto” on underside of seat, 40 1/2”x 18”x 25”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 280.00
  705. Balance scale ca. 1860-90; brass scale mounted on a mahogany case with a single drawer and several weights, 10”x 5”x 15”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  706. Small wooden decorated box ca. 1860-90; turned box with threaded lid and polychrome decoration, 2 1/2”x 1 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  707. 2 Berks Co. jailhouse carved birds ca. 1880-1920; one with an inset eye and a pegged base, 7”x 2 1/2”x 5”; one with wrapped wire feet, carved wings and burned decoration, 5”x 1 1/2”x 3”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00
  708. Paint decorated comb box ca. 1928; made from solid wood and plywood with a folksy shaped back, shelf and two small holders decorated in red, green and blue on a yellow ground and inscribed “Edward Dietrich 1928/E.H.D.” (Bernville, Berks Co., PA) in pencil on reverse, 10 1/2”x 11”x 3 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  709. Folksy paint decorated footstool ca. 1920s; softwood having splay legs with cutouts and painted in red and yellow checkerboard pattern signed “E.H.D.” (attributed to Edward H. Dietrich, Bernville, PA) on underside, 17”x 7”x 14”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 20.00
  710. Carved & painted bird ca. 1920-50; having polychrome decoration and wire legs secured to a branch that is mounted on a turned pedestal, 5”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  711. Miniature Washington portrait on ivory ca. 1840-80; finely painted portrait fitted in an oval brass frame with a hanging loop and indistinctly signed, 2”x 2 1/2”; [Provenance: Purchased from Lew Scranton Antiques]; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 675.00
  712. Reverse painted portrait of George Washington ca. 1800-40; fitted in a molded frame having a bird’s eye maple veneer with early paper label on reverse “Gen. Washington”, [Provenance: Purchased from Robert Thayer Antiques]; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 525.00
  713. 2 pieces of PA redware ca. 1840-60; un-glazed redware disk/hot plate trivet, 7 5/8”d, 3/4” thick; PA lead glazed Lebanon Valley jar in bulbous form with manganese sponging on a reddish brown ground having a pair of incised collar rings and a flared rim, 5 1/4”d, 6 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  714. PA slipware plate ca. 1840-60; PA lead glazed slipware plate with three sets of cream two-quill slip wavy lines having a coggled rim and retaining a “Sotheby’s, New York” label, 10 1/8”d, 1 5/8” deep; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 325.00
  715. PA redware flask ca. 1840-60; flattened bulbous form flask having manganese sponging on a reddish-brown glazed ground and a tooled, rounded rolled-over mouth, 7 1/8”x 2 7/8”x 4 1/8”; [Provenance: Purchased from Axtell Antiques]; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  716. 3 gallon cobalt decorated crock ca. 1865; salt glazed bulbous stoneware crock decorated with a pair of brushed cobalt double feathered stem flowers with a pair of dashed neck bands, pair of applied molded lug ear handles with cobalt daubs on terminals and connecting cobalt limes, a molded rim with flattened top, three incised shoulder rings, impressed “3” and having an Albany slip glaze interior attributed to Remmy Pottery (Philadelphia, PA), 11 1/8”d, 13 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 270.00
  717. 2 gallon Cowden & Wilcox cobalt decorated jug ca. 1870; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock having a brushed cobalt leaf motif, brushed cobalt daubs on handle terminals and impressed “Cowden & Wilcox/Harrisburg: PA/2” with an Albany slip glaze interior, 13 1/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 400.00
  718. Shenfelder cobalt decorated cream crock ca. 1885; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware crock with typical brushed cobalt tulip and foliage (Shenfelder motif) having an extended flattened rim and an Albany slip glaze interior, 8 1/4”d, 7 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 250.00
  719. Cowden & Wilcox cobalt decorated crock ca. 1870; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock having a brushed cobalt beehive flower/hyacinth motif, pair of molded applied lug ear handles with brushed cobalt daubs on handle terminals and impressed “Cowden & Wilcox/Harrisburg, PA” having a tooled flattened rim and an Albany slip glaze interior, 7 3/8”d, 9 3/8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 400.00
  720. Redware bowl ca. 1780-1830; reddish-brown lead interior glazed redware bowl with a band of manganese sponging having three green slip rings, a cream slip wavy band on rim and a flared extended molded rim, 12”d, 3 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 270.00
  721. 3 PA redware items ca. 1885; round food mold with central cone, rolled rim and interior reddish-brown glaze, 7”d, 3 1/8”h; short interior/exterior slight bulbous crock in a yellowish-brown glaze with creamy runs and brownish-olive toned spots having a rounded rim, incised shoulder ring and Lebanon Valley characteristics, 5 1/8”d, 3 3/8”h; small nappy in deep yellowish-brown glaze with manganese sponging streaks, a deep molded rim and Berks County characteristics, 3 1/2”d, 1 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  722. PA redware manganese sponged mixing bowl ca. 1870; lead glazed mixing bowl in dark reddish-brown glaze with manganese sponging and a rounded extended rim, 12 3/8”d, 5”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  723. Pair of PA redware pie plates ca. 1860-90; lead glazed redware pie plates in an orange-brown glaze, 8 1/8”d, 1 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  724. 2 Lebanon Valley redware honey pots ca. 1880; both with manganese sponging: one in medium yellowish-brown glaze having a strap handle and lightly incised shoulder ring with sparse dark manganese sponging, 4 1/2”d, 5 1/4”h; reddish-brown glaze with some sponging, a ribbed handle and pair of incised shoulder rings; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 375.00
  725. 2 pieces of Bristol glazed stoneware ca. 1860-1930; both with blue sponging: bulbous pail with wire bale, turned wood grasp handle, pair of molded raised relief sprigy, scrolled cartouches 10 3/4”d, 10 5/8”h; cylindrical pitcher with a pair of molded raised relief medallions of a kneeling child and a standing dog, 5 3/4”d, 8 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  726. 5 pieces of Bristol glazed, cobalt decorated stoneware ca. 1900-30; mixing bowl with four double arched panels, pair of cobalt rim rings and a single cobalt foot ring, 11 5/8”d, 5 5/8”h; cylindrical pitcher with cobalt washed rim and foot and a pair of cobalt colored molded medallions of a pair of grazing cows, herringbone molded handle, molded scroll and swag foot and rim bands all on a rusticated background, 5 1/2”d, 8”h; pair of small mixing bowls with thickened rims and molded motif of ten rings cobalt wash, 5 1/8”d, 2 5/8”h; small pail with wire handle and a thickened rim, 3 1/2”d, 1 5/8”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  727. 2 pieces of yelloware ca. 1860-90; covered cylindrical canister decorated on base and lid with a pair of cream colored rings bracketed by two brown rings with the lid having a recessed disk knob, 5 3/4”d, 4 3/4”h; hollow food mold of a reclined lion with a yellow ground and areas of greenish yellow glazing, 3 3/8”x 6”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  728. 3 child’s cup & saucer sets ca. 1840-60; soft paste sets with polychrome decoration, 4”x 2 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  729. Pair of blue shell edged ironstone octagonal platters ca. 1875; pair of English blue shell edge platters, 12” & 12 1/8”x 15 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  730. Pearlware historic blue transfer cup & saucer ca. 1830; English pearlware with transfer of flowers in an open work basket and saucer impressed “Clews Warranted Staffordshire”, 3 3/4”d, 2 3/8”h cup; 5 3/4”d, 1 1/8” saucer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  731. 4 pieces of English lusterware ca. 1830-70; copper lustre pitcher with a clock face transfer (8:19 o’clock) and a stag transfer within a painted green foliage wreath, 7 7/8”x 3 5/8”x 4 5/8”; earthenware covered silver lustre low oval sugar bowl with molded vertical ribs, 5 1/8”x 4 3/4”x 6”; copper lustre earthenware creamer with simple decorated pink bands, 3 1/8”d, 3 3/4”h; pearlware silver resist creamer with bird and foliage motif, 4 1/8”d, 4 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  732. Chinese export cup & saucer & child’s rainbow spatter cup ca. 1815-35; Chinese export porcelain handleless cup and saucer with pink diapered border and small flowers, 3 1/4”d, 2”h cup; 5”d, 1 1/4”h saucer; English pearlware child’s rainbow spatter handleless cup in red and yellow with interior red dot, 2 3/4”d, 1 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  733. 3 English pearlware “Early Adams Rose” plates ca. 1830; plate with beaded rim and impressed “20” on base, 9 1/4”d; plate impressed “Adams” on base, 9 1/2”d; plate with beaded rim, 10 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  734. 5 English pearlware “strawberry” plates ca. 1825; all with rose and vine borders: a side dish, 6 3/4”d; a luncheon plate, 8 1/8”d; dinner plate with foot ring, 9 3/4”d; two dinner plates, 10”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  735. 3 English plates ca. 1810-45; pearlware plate in strawberry motif, 10 1/2”d; pearlware deep dish with raised relief flowers and leaves colored in burnt orange, red and greens with a cobalt rim ring; ironstone plate with floral designs in blues, green, burnt orange, maroon and yellow having a raised gadroon rim and base impressed “Ironstone China”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  736. English ceramic & transfer pieces ca. 1840-1910; pair of earthenware flow blue butter chips with gilt edging and blue ink back stamp “England”, 2 7/8”d; child’s mug with black transfer “Welsh Costumes” and polychromal in fill, 2 3/4”d, 2 3/4”h; salt glazed bulbous creamer with raised relief molded fox hunt scene and cobalt band on neck and top of handle, 4”d, 4 3/8”h; sepia transfer pearlware dish of a classical scene, 4 3/4”d; rectangular pearlware creamer with black classical scene, 4 1/2”x 2 7/8”x 5”; oblong form pearlware sauce boat on four feet with a black waterway scene, 4 7/8”x 3 3/4”x 7”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  737. 3 English pearlware plates with printed red transfers ca. 1835; all with indented rims: one with red ink back stamp “Fountain Scenery” and impressed “Adams”, 9 1/2”d; one with red ink back stamp “Asiatic Views” and “FD” (Francis Dillon) and impressed “Dillon/19”, 9 1/2”d; one with red ink back stamp “Columbus” and “WA&S” (William Adams & Son) and impressed “Adams” and “9”, 9 1/2”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  738. 3 English pearlware plates with mulberry printed transfers ca. 1830-50; all with indented rims: one with mulberry ink back stamp “Italian Villas” and “JH & Co” (Joseph Heath & Co), 8 3/4”d; one with mulberry ink back stamp “Indian Temples” perhaps by Ridgway, 9”d; one with mulberry ink back stamp “Clyde Scenery” and “Jacksons Warranted”, 9 1/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  739. Large English pearlware mug with printed blue transfer ca. 1850; having a blue ink stamp “Tiger Hunt/JLC” (Jonathan Lowe Chetham), 5”d, 4 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  740. English “Bank of the United States” historic blue plate ca. 1830; pearlware plate with blue ink back stamp “Bank of the/United States/ Philadelphia” by Stubbs having an indented rim with spread eagle border, 10 1/4”d; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00
  741. English ironstone covered tureen & American majolica dish ca. 1855-90; English “Sydenham” shape ironstone covered tureen with a large fruit finial and base and lid both impressed “T&R Boote/Sydenham Shape” with registration mark for 1854, 8 1/4”x 7 7/8”x 10 1/4”; American majolica dish with maple leaf motif in brown, green, some red and yellow on natural background having an irregular scalloped rim and marked “2” on base, 1 3/4”x 9 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  742. Pair of Chinese porcelain famille verte vases ca. 1800s; having applied Buddhistic lions on necks, panels decorated with human figures divided by flowers and birds with worn gilt rims, 7 3/8”d, 13 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  743. Chinese porcelain famille rose bowl ca. 1800s; having a broad rim, interior decorated with human figures, butterflies, birds and flowers and exterior decorated with flowers accompanied by an Italian silver plated dish cross, 16 1/2”d, 5 1/4”h bowl; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 950.00
  744. Chinese “rose medallion” porcelain bowl ca. 1840-90; shallow, oblong bowl, 1 5/8”x 8 3/8”x 10 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  745. Inlaid mahogany sideboard ca. 1960-90; having a single middle drawer over two middle drawers and flanked by side doors on tapered legs with string inlay, 71 1/4”x 22”x 39 1/4”; Estimate $400.00-$800.00 Sold For 25.00
  746. Set of 6 Walter Steely comb back chairs ca. 1960-90; comb back crest over nine spindle back with a saddle seat on turned legs and an H-shaped stretcher base, 22 1/2”x 18 1/2”x 36”; Estimate $800.00-$1,200.00 Sold For 2,000.00
  747. Stretcher base harvest table ca. 1860-90; pine table on turned legs with an H-shaped stretcher attributed to Walter Steely, 90”x 39”x 29 3/4”; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 2,050.00
  748. Pair of Walter Steely Windsor arm chairs ca. 1960-90; comb back crest over a nine spindle back with a bent back support on a saddle seat and turned legs terminating in blunt arrow feet, 28”x 17 1/4”x 44 1/4”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 1,100.00
  749. Carved wooden lion ca. 1960-90; finely executed male lion carved in several pieces with a reddish-brown painted surface, 37 1/4”x 14”x 25”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  750. Plank bottom settee ca. 1820-50; having floral decoration on a faux-mahogany ground with inscription on underside “This Hitchcock bench came from Westkill, Greene County, NY. Repaired, stenciled, finished by Walter Smith R.D.1 Catskill, NY March 1970”, 73 3/4”x 19”x 34 1/4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 280.00
  751. Cherry candle stand ca. 1830-50; shaped top with turned column supported by three scrolled feet that are dovetailed into the column and retaining an old refinished surface, 17 1/4”x 17 1/4”x 26 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  752. Duncan Phyfe style tilt top table ca. 1815; mahogany table with the top having reeded edges and shaped cleats supported by a vasiform baluster, three reeded legs having brass caps and casters, 29 1/4”x 20”x 43”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 65.00
  753. Southern sugar chest ca. 1820-60; dovetailed with a bracket base, single drawer fitted with brass pulls, iron bail handles on ends, an inlaid cartouche on top surface, 25 1/2”x 19”x 23 1/4”; Additional Photo Estimate $700.00-$1,200.00 Sold For 400.00
  754. Balloon back rocker & half spindle settee ca. 1830-60; both re-decorated and signed “Walter Smith, Catskill, NY June 1975” having gilt stencil decoration on a rust ground, 45”x 21 1/2”x 44 1/2” rocker; 73”x 22”x 37 1/2” settee; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 100.00
  755. 2 Baltimore fancy chairs ca. 1820-30; having turned crest rails, a shell splat, shaped, stretched and rush seats with gold and rust decoration on a blue ground, 17 1/2”x 18 1/2”x 32 3/4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 190.00
  756. 8 day tall case clock ca. 1800-30; having an unsigned movement with a floral decorated face and moon wheel, softwood case having a broken arch pediment, three wooden finials, chamfered corners, a base with an applied handle and straight bracket feet and retaining an early alligatored varnish surface, [Provenance: From Lancaster Moravian Church, located at 30 W. Orange St until 1965 and 227 N. Queen St after 1965] 18 1/4”x 9 1/2”X 96”; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 1,250.00
  757. Gothic revival lectern ca. 1860-80; walnut having turned and carved pillars, gouge-carved fretwork and shaped ends with a varnished surface,[Provenance: From Lancaster Moravian Church, located at 30 W. Orange St until 1965 and 227 N. Queen St after 1965] 28 1/4”x 19 1/2”x 47 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  758. Set of 3 pulpit chairs ca. 1860-90; mahogany with turned and carved posts, pierced Demilune crests, casters on front legs and upholstered in matching burgundy fabric, [Provenance: From Lancaster Moravian Church, located at 30 W. Orange St until 1965 and 227 N. Queen St after 1965] 28 1/2”x 23 1/2”x 72” largest; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 350.00
  759. Empire pedestal base card table ca. 1815-30; mahogany with four carved claw feet, an elaborately carved pedestal with leaf design, carved apron top and retaining an old varnished surface, [Provenance: From Lancaster Moravian Church, located at 30 W. Orange St until 1965 and 227 N. Queen St after 1965]  47 3/4”x 22 3/4”x 29”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 190.00
  760. Victorian arm chair ca. 1850-80; having turned and carved posts, an exceptionally finely carved crest rail depicting an eagle with shield, arrows, sword and foliate carvings and upholstered in a period blue fabric with tassels, 25”x 23 1/2”x 53”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 230.00
  761. Ornately carved Victorian sofa ca. 1860-90; three section sofa with heavily carved crests and tufted upholstery, 70 1/4”x 23”x 42 1/2”; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 325.00
  762. Marble top table ca. 1825-60; mahogany turned leg table fitted with brass casters and having two dovetailed, thumb-molded drawers fitted with wooden knobs, a marble top with black and red splashes and corner shelves, 48”x 23” x 37 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 260.00
  763. Chippendale-style gateleg dropleaf table ca. 1910-40; mahogany table having fluted legs, a shaped apron and retaining an old varnished surface, 41 3/4”x 18 1/2”x 28”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  764. Green plant stand ca. 1860-1900; softwood, cut-nail construction having three tiered shelves and retaining the original painted surface, 42 1/2”x 25 1/2”x 38 1/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 250.00
  765. Connecticut mirror ca. 1830; with stenciled half columns and splat and blocked corners surrounding a reverse painted top glass and looking glass lower, 31”x 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 240.00
  766. Caesare a Ricciardi oil on canvas ca. 1941; still life of a vase of flowers with an apple and grapes signed and dated in the lower right in a gold frame, 30”x 23 1/2” sight; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 25.00
  767. Lois Rapp watercolor on paper ca. 1956; large scene of the Providence Meeting House, Oaks, PA signed and dated on reverse by Lois Rapp (Norristown, PA) in a chestnut frame with matting, 21”x 29” sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  768. Pair of L.F. Murray floral watercolors ca. 1980; in matching gold frames each with a vase and bouquet of flowers and signed “L.F.Murray” (Canadian), 19 1/2”x 13 1/2” each; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  769. Dog oil on canvas ca. 1900; depicting a dog on a table with a woman peering into a mirror in a later gold frame with fabric matt, 18 1/2”x 14 1/4” sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  770. Oil on board pastoral scene ca. 1890; with three bulls in a stream through the woods signed “MC”, 9 1/2”x 11 1/2” sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  771. Max Sinclair oil on canvas ca. 1855; wooded scene signed and dated in lower left “M. Sinclair 1855” in a later gold painted frame; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 100.00
  772. Connecticut mirror ca. 1830; mahogany veneered frame with pressed brasses on corner blocks, stenciled half columns, reverse painted upper glass and looking glass lower, 26 1/2”x 13 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  773. Decorated hand towel in frame ca. 1825; with needlework floral, bird and star motifs having an open work bottom section with tulip motifs, 37”x 16 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  774. Framed silk pieced child’s quilt ca. 1840; hexagonal pieced quilt with border woven in patterned and plain silks, 31”x 45” quilt; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  775. 2 red wool petticoats ca. 1875; striped brown and red wool skirts with applied cotton waistband hand and machine sewn, 34”l, 26” waist; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  776. 2 wool striped petticoats ca. 1875; woven wool striped skirts with cotton waist bands machine-stitched with one in black and gray, 30”l; and one predominately green and brown, 36”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  777. 2 homespun linen hand towels initialed “AS” ca. 1830-60; with two cotton twill loops for hanging and the initials “AS” cross-stitched on top area with fringed bottom edges, 16”x 49”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  778. Piece block on point quilt ca. 1860-80; blue print ground with red and blue print blocks on edge and borders and having a blue and tan print back, 78”x 78”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 375.00
  779. Sunshine & shadow pattern Amish quilt ca. 1935-45; cotton and rayon crepe blocks surrounded by two borders machine and hand-sewn with hand-sewn quilting and a blue cotton back, 86”x 86”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 200.00
  780. Red & green bars quilt ca. 1880-1910; with brown and white printed backing, 78”x 78”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 160.00
  781. William Ney jacquard coverlet ca. 1850-65; one-piece red wool and blue cotton coverlet with fringe on three sides and rolled hem signed on top and bottom edges “William Ney, Myerstown, PA” having a central star with eagles surrounded by floral borders, 94”x 84”; Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 775.00
  782. 2 framed lithographs ca. 1845; N. Currier hand-colored of George M. Dallas, 11th vice president under James K. Polk, 8 1/2”x 11 1/2”; hand-colored lithograph featuring a “Bird’s Eye View of Mount Vernon The Home of George Washington”, 8 ½”x 11 ½”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  783. James Baillie Publisher: Gen. Zachary Taylor lithograph ca. 1850; hand-colored of the General on horseback in the original frame, 11 3/8”x 8 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  784. N. Currier “Madame Celeste” lithograph ca. 1845; hand-colored Madame Celeste as Miami in Buckstone’s celebrated drama “Green Bushes” in a maple frame, 8 3/4”x 12” sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  785. George Washington print ca. 1835; from an engraving by John Chorley Boston after a painting by Gilbert Stuart 1797 in a gold leaf frame printed by Pendleton Brothers, Boston, 21 1/2”x 14” sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  786. English picture frame musical clock ca. 1890; framed night scene of a large tower with clock having a one-day time and quarter hour musical chime playing on a cylindrical roll, a hand-grained rosewood frame with ornate mounts and a pull string for music on demand playing W/M chimes on the quarter hour and W/M with “Old Folks at Home” on the hour, 20”x 14” sight; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 180.00
  787. Rooster hooked rug ca. 1920-50; black, brown, blue and red rooster on a tan ground having a black border and mounted on a stretcher, 29 1/4”x 20 1/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 240.00
  788. Sparrow hooked rug ca. 1930-50; detailed depiction of a bird on a branch with a yellow sky and “sparrow” across the bottom stapled to a mounting board, 17 1/2”x 23 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  789. Hooked rug ca. 1910-40; in an elaborate design imitating a Persian prayer rug with rose, cream, black and brown fabric strips and lining on reverse, 64”x 41 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00
  790. Pair of overshot weave coverlets ca. 1800-40; overshot handwoven linen with center seam and top and bottom hems all hand-sewn probably of New England origin, 104”x 82”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  791. Appliqued blocks on point pattern quilt ca. 1860; 16 appliqued blocks on point surrounded by orange borders with feather quilting and squares having an orange back, 92”x 92”; Estimate $700.00-$900.00 Sold For 450.00
  792. Martin Breneman jacquard coverlet ca. 1840; red, blue and yellow wool and white cotton coverlet with eagle pattern border, center seam, side fringes and rolled top and bottom hems woven by Martin B. Breneman, Washington Township, York Co., PA 1840 for Margaret Bowers, 96”x 96”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  793. 2 American pewter spirit lamps ca. 1845; both with acorn-form fonts: taller lamp with a plain style stem and a dome-shaped base with the bottom covered over by a soldered tin disk and a pewter screw-in burner, 5 1/8”d, 9 5/8”h; lamp with “R. Gleason” (Roswell Gleason, Dorchester, Mass) with an angular stem and stepped dome base and a brass screw-in burner, 4”d, 8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  794. Allen Porter American tall pewter coffee/teapot ca. 1835; bulbous form teapot with hinged lid and “A Porter” (Allen Porter, Westbrook, ME) touch, 6”d, 10 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  795. 3 American pewter lamps ca. 1845; pair of bell-form font lamps with handles, pewter burners and raised “5” in base, 2 5/8”d, 4”h; acorn form font lamp with a brass burner, 3 5/8”d, 5 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  796. 2 American pewter lamps ca. 1845; taller spirit lamp with font supported by a funnel-shaped base and a pewter burner, 4 1/8”d, 6 3/4”h; double whale oil burner lamp with font supported on an angular stem with a dish base and pewter and tin burner, 3 1/8”d, 3 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  797. 6 pewter items & tinned sheet iron coffee pot ca. 1800-90; pewter deep dish with “Townsend and Compton/London” touch having a hammered booge and a single reed rim; spun pewter plate with “B.P.” touch having a single reed rim and “MV” monogram; pewter syringe; 1/12 pint handled English pewter measure; 1/2 gill handled English pewter measure with partial scalers mark on rim; English 1/2 pint tavern mug with ownership inscribed in base and makers touch on rim “CB”; tinned sheet iron coffee pot with pewter fittings Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  798. English pewter Townsend & Compton charger ca. 1810; with a “Townsend and Compton/London” touch having a single reed rim and a well-hammered booge, 14 7/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  799. 3 pewter plates ca. 1700-1800s; two English plates with “Townsend and Compton/London” touch, a single reed rim and hammered booge, 7 5/8”d & 8”d; Czech Republic plate having a smooth rim incised “IP/1773” with touch on base for Prague, Czech Republic by “AN/1717”, 8 5/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  800. Rosewood traveler’s lap desk ca. 1800-50; rosewood and mahogany narrow lap desk with slant front,  mother of pearl key escutcheon and inlaid mother of pearl name plate engraved “Jessie Lockhart” with the interior having velvet lining, compartment lids and ink bottle, 12”x 10”x 3 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 190.00
  801. Victorian oak medicine cabinet ca. 1890-1920; wall cabinet having a mirror door, seven drawers with brass pulls, dental upper trim and lower apron and the interior having partitions, 14”x 30 1/2”x 7”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00
  802. Folk art whirligig ca. 1940; man sawing wood on a sawbuck design whirligig having a wooden propeller mounted on a drive shaft propelling the man to saw the log with the gig mounted on an old post base, 48”h total; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  803. Sheet metal barge lantern ca. 1870; unusual design with large reservoir pan-type base, brass collar and burner having a tin arch top cover with carry handle and cap on reservoir marked “Urbana, Ohio”, 14”x 10 1/2”x 15 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 200.00
  804. Softwood sugar chest ca. 1850-90; wooden chest with a hinged lid, mortised lock, key and a varnished surface having the interior fitted with a single drawer and iron sugar cutter mounted on a perforated board with sugar nippers accompanying, 14”x 10 1/2”x 7”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  805. 2 primitive pieces ca. 1847-80; tin cylinder coffee roaster on long rod hearth roasting handle topped in wood with a sliding access door, 7”d, 7”l with 3’ handle; signed and dated “P.D.S. 1847” butcher club with iron ball loaded stomper-type end with an iron band and handle topped with a meat rack hanger hook, 3 1/2”d, 28”l; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 325.00
  806. Clark’s Victorian style spool cabinet ca. 1880; four drawer store cabinet with reverse painted drawer fronts, large ornate brass knobs with fender washers, large molded base and corner columns with inset mirrors, 23”x 16 3/4”x 17”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 375.00
  807. Horstman ceremonial lodge sword ca. 1880-1910; Knights of Pithius sword with an ivory-type grip topped with knight’s handle cap having the hand guard cast with a crown and cross motif, scabbard with raised knight holding a sword and other decorations and the sword having the original leather case with name “Uriah W. Kunkle, Hermit Com’dg. No. 24, Lebanon, PA”, 37”; Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  808. Splay legged meetinghouse prayer bench ca. 1830; gray painted bench with splayed legs and shaped end aprons pencil signed “Samuel Davis No. 35” on base, 43”x 6”x 7”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 375.00
  809. Large tin heart-shaped cheese mold ca. 1820-50; with three individual punched tin round ornate pinwheel patterns having elaborate borders, pan raised on three feet and rails tapered with a ring/loop hanger, 14”x 14”x 2 3/4”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 700.00
  810. Pair of brass ringed hog scraper sticks ca. 1830; having a disc-shaped base, tubular shaft with brass ring, spring loaded thumb push-up sticks and small finger hook on lip of rim, 4 1/2”x 8 5/8”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 425.00
  811. Chip carved whimsy pow-wow stick ca. 1900; pine baluster comical tramp art style carving of a seated, bearded man seated on a toadstool on a frog with a snake wrapping his way towards the frog, 1 1/2”x 2”x 30”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 40.00
  812. Child’s paint decorated arm rocker ca. 1890s; arrow back arm rocker with original brown paint and floral motif decoration, 13”x 21”x 22”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  813. Good Will Soap trade advertising wagon ca. 1880-1900; wooden wheel express wagon with box-joint rails with the box of wagon having black paint lettering of Good Will Soap on front and two side rails and red paint upper and lower trim with a wooden “T” handle, 31”x 20”x 10” carriage; 26” handle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 750.00
  814. Large pine trencher mortar box ca. 1870-1900; hewn from large pine logs and shortened in the middle with “make-do” tin patch craft from an old Shell oil can, 31”x 17”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  815. Heddon-type fishing lure ca. 1980s; green and black painted over-sized lure tapered with side notches and an eye hook hanger, 2 1/2”- 7 1/2”d, 38”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  816. Comical “Black Americana” andiron set ca. 1890-1920; cast iron andirons with keyed wedge brackets of  a black Americana dancing lady with her hair in a bun, earrings, pearl necklace and dress and a man with Colonial-style garb, 9 1/2”x 16 1/2” with 18” bracket; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 150.00
  817. New England mule chest ca. 1780-1820; pine chest having cutout end panels, two dovetailed drawers fitted with wooden knobs, a lift lid with cotter-pin hinges and an old refinished surface, 41 1/2”x 21”x 43”; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 240.00
  818. Ladderback wagon seat ca. 1810-40; mixed woods having turned arms and posts, an oak split seat, and refinished surface, 38”x 16”x 33”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 250.00
  819. New England mule chest ca. 1780-1820; pine and poplar chest having a single drawer, lip lid with cotter-pin hinges and a bracket base having an old refinished surface and fitted with replacement brasses, 38”x 16”x 33”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 200.00
  820. Inlaid tilt-top stand ca. 1870-1920; mahogany stand having snake feet and a top with an inlaid pinwheel center, 16”x 15”x 29 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 200.00
  821. New England mule chest ca. 1820-50; pine chest having two dovetailed drawers, bracket feet with cutouts, recessed panel above drawers, a lift lid with interior till and an old refinished surface, 45”x 18 1/2”x 43”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 200.00
  822. Pair of rod-back Windsor chairs ca. 1800-30; having seven bentwood spindles and a shaped crest rail in mixed woods with a refinished surface, 19”x 15”x 36”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 90.00
  823. Bird’s eye maple dropleaf table ca. 1800-40; having tapered legs, square-cornered leaves and a refinished surface, 35”x 19”x 29”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 120.00
  824. Sack back Windsor armchair ca. 1780-1810; oval seat chair with a T-stretcher and refinished surface probably of New England origin, 18”x 14”x 42”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 160.00
  825. Walnut farm table ca. 1800-50; two drawer table in pegged construction with unusual stocky cabriole legs having a shaped skirt on ends, three-board top with cleats and an old surface, 58”x 34”x 29”; Estimate $500.00-$800.00 Sold For 725.00
  826. Maple candlestand ca. 1790-1820; having vasiform column with snake feet and an old refinished surface, 14 1/2”x 17”x 27 1/2”, Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  827. Decorated rocking chair ca. 1810-40; graduated three-rung ladderback chair with comb headrest, shaped arms and retaining the original freehand and stencil decoration, 20”x 27”x 39 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00
  828. Two piece pine corner cupboard ca. 1810-40; having a nine-lite door over two recessed panel doors, a shaped skirt and a cove-molded cornice with an old refinished surface, 31”x 31”x 80 1/2”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 575.00
  829. Mt. Joy 10 plate stove ca. 1830-50; having molded geometric and floral panels embossed “L.P. Brady Mount Joy. Lan. Co. Pa” and mounted on a separate base, 34”x 13 1/2”x 34”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 240.00
  830. Federal washstand ca. 1800-30; having a single drawer with brass knob, legs with slender turnings and retaining an old paint decorated surface, 23”x 17 1/2”x 32 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  831. Unusual pine wood chest ca. 1820-60; having a single shaped end with cutouts, a canted front, divided interior and an old refinished surface, 72”x 17”x 25 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 220.00
  832. Walnut Chippendale desk ca. 1780-1810; dovetailed case having four drawers with fluted quarter columns, a molded bracket base, prospect having shaped drawer fronts and a sunflower carving on the center drawer with a refinished surface, 40 1/2”x 21”x 42”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 450.00
  833. Cherry two-drawer stand ca. 1820-40; having turned legs, dovetailed drawers, brass and porcelain knobs and an old refinished surface, 24”x 22 1/4”x 29 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00
  834. 11 drawer apothecary cabinet ca. 1870-1900; pine cabinet with bracket base, shaped skirt, original porcelain knobs and an old refinished surface, 42”x 13 1/2”x 34”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 350.00
  835. Federal washstand ca. 1820-50; dovetailed, softwood stand having finely turned legs, a single drawer fitted with a glass knob, a shaped backsplash, a folksy scalloped shelf and an old refinished surface, 19”x 18”x 35”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  836. Cherry washstand ca. 1820-50; having turned posts, a low shelf, single dovetailed drawer with a tiger-maple front fitted with a pressed-glass knob and a refinished surface, 22”x 19 3/4”x 30 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00

TOTAL SOLD - $225,770.00