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Fall Antique Catalogued Auction

June 3 & 4, 2016

 

  1. Breininger slip decorated charger ca. 1991; with criss-cross slip design and green glaze accent marked “#2” and dated “7-1-91” on back, 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  2. 2 Breininger redware plates ca. 1978 & 2002; charger with pineapple design slip decoration, 12 1/2”d; plate with sprig design slip decoration and green glaze accent, 10 1/2”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  3. Breininger sgraffito decorated redware ca. 2002; squat-form bowl with yellow glaze floral motif and green accents, 8 1/2”d, 5 1/4”h; carboy shape bottle with floral motif, 5 1/2”d, 8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  4. 4 Breininger figures ca. 1970-2002; a 1970 distelfink bird bank, 5”x 2 1/2”x 3”; a 1985 pig-shaped bank, 6”x 3 1/2”x 3 3/4”; 1984 & 2002 Easter eggs with one having a heart design and one with an elephant in garden patch, 3”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  5. Rectangular ram design Breininger wall plaque ca. 1977; three-dimensional plaque of a standing ram with a raised form frame and a large relief form ram with slip and black accents, 12”x 9”x 1 1/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 85.00
  6. Jim Kieffer wrought iron snake trivet ca. 1980-90s; coiled design trivet with decorated snake head having three pad feet, tool decoration accents and signed “JK” attributed to Jim Kieffer, 12 1/2”x 7”x 1 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00
  7. Set of 7 John Dierweachter buildings ca. 1990-2000; set of wooden miniature buildings including four various church houses and two school buildings all found in Lebanon Co., 3 3/4”-6”x 3 1/4”- 5 1/2”x 4”- 7 3/4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 250.00
  8. 3 pcs. Breininger redware ca. 1983-2002; small plate with sgraffito house and tree design, 5 3/4”d; tray shaped sgraffito charger with cows in meadow, 12”x 10”; small plate with green and slip glaze drop; 7 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  9. Breininger sgraffito platter ca. 2001; fall themed rectangular platter with impressed leaf pattern having slip and green sgraffito glaze, 14”x 11”x 1 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  10. Unsigned folk art farm wagon ca. 1980s; two-part wooden wagon with wooden wheel running gear having wrought metal accents, grain wagon box with tapered sides and a trap release door, 15”x 10”x 5 3/4” gear with 13” tongue; 13 1/4”x 6 1/2”x 5 1/4” box; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00
  11. Folk art carved couple & cow in field ca. 1920s; softwood carving of a man and woman wearing wooden shoes plowing with a cow having painted features and clothing and leather reins, 12 1/2”x 4 1/2”x 8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 95.00
  12. Folk art carved smoking stand ca. 1950s; unsigned stand with a western motif having one drawer, a pedestal base, box top with carry handle and decorated with rope pattern burn work, 11 1/2”x 11 1/2”x 24”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  13. Contemporary wrought iron candleholder ca. 1960-90; having four bent legs with rolled feet riveted to a rectangular pan supporting a twisted shaft with a flaring handle and an extinguisher hook with an extinguisher; shaft topped by a candle socket and pan signed “LTS”, 9 1/2”x 4 1/4”x 8 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  14. Reproduction iron two arm candlestand ca. 1960-90; having three large pad feet on a flaring arch leg base with a tooled and tapered shaft and two candle sockets at the end of tooled arms on a spring-adjustable cage with a pair of snuffer hooks, 22 3/8”x 7”x 11 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  15. Russell Henry plate ca. 1982; slipware plate depicting the lamp of God, signed and dated on bottom, 10 1/2”d; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 170.00
  16. 2 pcs. Russell Henry pottery ca. 1960-90; deep bowl with slipware butterfly design signed and dated 3/4/74 on bottom, 9”d x 2 1/2”h; shallow bowl with slipware butterfly design signed and dated 10/72 on bottom, 7”d, 1”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  17. 2 pcs. Russell Henry pottery ca. 1960-90; deep bowl with slipware tulip design signed and dated 3/17/74, 8 1/2”d, 2”h; bowl with slipware heart design entitled “10 of Hearts” signed and dated 8/81 on bottom, 10 1/2”d, 2”h; Estimate $100.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  18. 3 pcs. Russell Henry pottery ca. 1960-90; deep bowl with slipware design, applied handles and signed and dated 3/81 on bottom, 7 1/2”d, 2 1/2”h; bowl with slipware design, signed and dated 6/21/93 on bottom, 7”d, 2”h; small bowl signed and dated 3/74 on bottom, 4 1/2”x 1 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00
  19. 4 pcs. Russell Henry pottery ca. 1960-90; three signed and dated sponge decorated bowls, (1) 7”x 2” and (2) 5 1/2”x 1”; small mug with an applied handle, 5 1/2”x 4”x 2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  20. 2 pcs. Russell Henry pottery ca. 1969-74; both Hay Creek Pottery by Left Handed Russell Henry: 1969 yelloware bowl with strawberry design, 6 1/2”d, 2 1/2”h; redware pitcher with simple gray glaze having pie wheel designs to upper and lower rims and handle impressed with reverse “RH”, 5 1/2”x 6 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  21. Slipware decorated Russell Henry pie plate ca. 1969; redware/clay based pie plate form with tulip and heart slip decoration with an inscribed back by Left Handed Russell Henry”, 8 1/2”d, 1 1/4”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  22. 2 pcs. reproduction redware ca. 1977-88; 1977 slip glaze deep pie dish by Ned Foltz with inscription “I Made This Plate Without a Pie, Now Try to Make a Pie Without a Plate”, 9 1/2”x 2 1/2”; rope twist handled pitcher by Lester Breininger, 4 1/2”x 5 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  23. Breininger sgraffito decorated loaf dish ca. 1998; story-themed dish with scene and inscribed story by Lewis Miller of a visit to the Geiger Family homestead in 1810 with the inscription showing the lives of three self-sufficient bachelors picking strawberries on their farm, 19”x 15 1/2”x 2 3/4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 450.00
  24. 3 pcs. Foltz redware ca. 1983-97; free-hand thrown pot with upper and lower gray bands and two rope-twist handles with floral accents, 7 1/2”x 7 3/4”; two plates with pie crust rims and elephant motif design, 9”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  25. Carl Moyer folkart watercolor painting ca. 1980s; painting of a PA Dutch distlefink bird perched on a two story house with arched doors and a large cherry tree towering over the house in an antique deep well frame, 8 3/4”x 10 3/4” frame; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  26. 5 Ann Wiest small theorem folkart paintings ca. 1970-90s; all in grain painted frames: a sheep with flowers and butterflies; a prancing horse; a steer in a meadow; a pig with floral and butterfly motif; a cat seated on a red pillow, 7 1/2”x 8 1/2” frames; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  27. Delores Hackenberger painting ca. 1997; painting on canvas of the First Presbyterian Church in Strasburg in a red-stained wood frame, 34”x 19” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  28. 2 Strawser folk art carvings ca. 1980-83; wall sconce bird carving with green and yellow painted bird, 5 1/2”x 5”x 3 3/4”; small bird tree on an antique treen wood turning, 4”d, 7 3/4”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 375.00
  29. “Grotesque” two handled face jug ca. 1980-2000; two-handled jug in green glaze with curved front ears, blue pupil eyes, bent nose and single row of teeth in open mouth impressed “B.B. Craig” (Burlon) of Vale, NC, 8 1/4”d, 12 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 250.00
  30. Charlie Lisk snake jug ca. 1980-90s; carboy shaped redware jug in light brown glaze with a snake crawling up the side and sneaking through the handle impressed “CL”, 7”x 10 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  31. 2 pcs. Breininger redware ca. 1973-75; large angel with extended wings and mottled glazing molded in an impress mold, 17”x 1 1/2”x 17”; fish-shaped bottle with mottled glazing, 12 1/2”x 2 1/2”x 4”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 160.00
  32. 4 Greg Shooner sgraffito plates ca. 1993-2010; 1993 round stag running in meadow with yellow and green decoration, 5 3/4”d; 2000 running rabbit with yellow and green decoration, 6 1/4”d; 2000 oval running stag with tulip decoration, 6”x 5”; 2010 brown glazed oval rabbit dish, 6 1/2”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  33. William Rank theorem painting ca. 1960-90; depicting a child on a rocking horse signed “Wm Rank” in a modern paint decorated frame, 18 1/2”x 16 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00
  34. Garnett B. French oil painting ca. 1960-90; oil on artist board depicting an Amish quilting scene in a modern painted frame, 33 1/2”x 26”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 90.00
  35. 2 realistic shorebird carvings ca. 1974-88; 1988 wallets on driftwood by George Walker, 8” bird, 10” base; sandpiper on half log by Harry Shourds, 6 1/2” bird, 3” base; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  36. 2 vintage duck decoys ca. 1900-30; Long Island ice decoy in primitive form with flat body, 16”x 8”x 4 3/4”; canvas back decoy with lead keel and wire loop attributed to Charles W. Varnholtz (Moline, Ill.), 12”x 6”x 7 1/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  37. 2 working duck decoys ca. 1900-30; hollow-carved red breasted merganser with green painted head and glass eyes, 17”x 5 1/2”x 7”; black duck with glass eyes, 13”x 5 1/2”x 7”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 475.00
  38. 3 William Porterfield bird carvings ca. 1980-2000; all smooth surface decoys with glass eyes: blue jay on driftwood base, 10 1/2” bird, 7” base; cardinal on driftwood base 7 3/4” bird, 7 1/2” base; bufflehead duck, 9”x 4 1/2”x 4 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  39. Folkart dove carving ca. 1980-90s; white dove with faux crackled paint decoration and tail in smoke decoration perched on a metal rod, 14 1/2”x 4”x 13”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  40. 1625 Book of Travel & Exploration ca. 1625; Purchas his Pilgrimes published in London by William Stransby for Henrie Fetherstone including: Book One to page 186 and Tenth Book pages 1671 to 1860 with introductions and indexes, six leaves of alphabet illustrations and lacking all maps although map captions are present with original leather binding and housed in a modern slipcase, 13 3/4”x 9 1/4”x 2”; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 250.00
  41. Manuscript music page ca. 1600-1800; lettered on vellum with three ornated red initials on the front, one on the back in Latin language lined in red and mounted in a wood frame between glass, 15 1/2”x 19 1/2” framed; 12 1/4”x 14 3/4” sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  42. Double-sided calligraphy drawing ca. 1860-1900; in red and blue inks consisting of various finely-penned birds attributed to Howard Burkholder (Marietta, PA) and mounted between glass, 12 1/4”x 7 1/2” sight; 14 1/4”x 12 1/4” frame; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  43. W.F. Boyle deer calligraphy ca. 1840-90; large calligraphy drawing of a leaping deer above rocks and cut trees in a walnut deep well frame, 31 1/2”x 22 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 80.00
  44. 2 pair of silhouettes ca. 1840-60; gentleman and lady framed together in a walnut frame, 17”x 14”; two smaller framed silhouettes of children, 5 3/4”x 6 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  45. Niagara Falls lithograph ca. 1840-90; George Stinson & Co. lithograph in a mahogany veneered frame, 20 1/2”x 14 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  46. 3 scissors cuttings ca. 1840-1940; a flower pot, 9 3/4”x 11 1/2”; a man pulling a boy in a wagon, 8”x 6”; pair of angels inside a border of flowers, 7”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  47. 1864 sale bill ca. 1864; printed in red and black ink by Theo. F. Scheffer of Harrisburg advertising an auction on the farm of Daniel Gross of Middle Paxton Twp., Dauphin Co., PA having an elaborate red border and cuts of cattle, horse and pig, 15 1/4”x 22”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 325.00
  48. Framed sale bill ca. 1910; for Adam Gress of West Cocalico Township having cuts of a horse, cow, and wagon mounted in a green painted frame, 23 1/2”x 29 1/4” frame; 18 1/2”x 24 1/2” sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  49. 31 manuscript documents mostly Mellinger family ca. 1820-71; sheepskin deed from Abraham Eby; other documents including inventories, releases, promissory notes and estate settlements pertaining to the Estate of Jacob Mellinger of West Cocalico Township, Lancaster Co.; Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7 Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 270.00
  50. 2 George Washington framed lithographs ca. 1840-90; N. Currier lithograph titled “Washington’s Reception By the Ladies on Passing the Bridge at Trenton” in a walnut frame, 17”x 21”; lithograph titled “Gen. George Washington/The Father of His Country” in a mahogany veneered frame, 12 1/2”x 16 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 90.00
  51. 2 N. Currier lithographs ca. 1840-90; one “The Lovers Reconciliation” in a mahogany veneered frame, 12 1/2”x 16 1/2”; one “Susanna” in a mahogany veneered frame, 12 1/2”x 16 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  52. 1824 Berks County deed ca. 1824; manuscript deed on vellum for 417 acres sold by the executors of Philip Brown deceased to the directors of the poor of Berks Co., PA and signed by Philip Brown and John Getz and matted and mounted in a frame, 33 1/4”x 23 1/4” framed; 27 1/2”x 17 1/4” sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  53. Ashland lithograph ca. 1840-60; large colored lithograph by F. Hegan and drawn by James Hamilton entitled “Ashland/The Homestead of Henry Clay” depicting a Federal period house and front yard in a modern frame, 36”x 28 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00
  54. The Surrender of General Lee lithograph ca. 1865-1870; large Joseph Hoover lithograph titled “The Surrender of General Lee” depicting Lee, Grant and others on horseback with infantry and camps in the background framed in a walnut frame; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 80.00
  55. 2 William Penn pictures ca. 1900-30; large black and white print of William Penn at his treaty with the Indians in an oak frame, 27”x 32 1/2”; smaller framed print of William Penn, 9 1/2”x 14”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 60.00
  56. Sailboat etching ca. 1860-90; etching on silk depicting sailboats in rough seas beside a lighthouse in a contemporary frame, 25 1/2”x 32”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.0
  57. 3 framed Amish family records ca. 1890s; 1896 record signed by Johannes Doell recording the births and deaths of David and Elizabeth Renno; 1896 signed by Johannes Doell recording the births and deaths of Daniel and Barbara Schmucker; unsigned 1895 recording the births of Jonathan Smucker and Elizabeth R. Renno; each matted and mounted in matching black frames, 13”x 16” framed; 7 3/4”x 10” sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  58. Leatherbound Stark’s Handbuch ca. 1850s; printed by William G. Mentz of Philadelphia in calf binding with clasps present, 4 3/4”x 7 1/2”x 1 1/2”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  59. Hymnal with Amish bookplate ca. 1892; 1848 Mennonite hymnal printed by Johann Bär in Lancaster with detached bookplate for Molinde Zug, 1892, with ownership of Johannes M. Stoltzfus with the book having leather binding with clasps, 4 1/2”x 7 1/4”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  60. 2 books with Amish bookplates ca. 1909-15; “Ernsthafte Christenpflicht” printed in Lancaster in 1904 with bookplate for Joseph Z. Smucker with floral decal applied, 4 1/4”x 6 1/4”; German New Testament printed in Lancaster in 1913 with bookplate for Barbara King with leaf and floral decoration dated 1915, 5”x 7 1/4”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  61. 5 Amish diaries ca. 1904-1916; unidentified writer with death records at the end; 1908 & 1909 by Betsie E. Fisher of La Park; 1909 & 1910; 1914-1916 by Joel B. Esh of Gordonville; 2 1/2”x 4” – 4 1/2”x 7”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 425.00
  62. 7 antique books ca. 1834-68; Catechism; New Testament; Gesangbuch; ABC Lesebuch; English Reader inscribed Abraham Mast; Grammar inscribed Jacob Myer; Stark’s Handbuch; 3”x 5” – 5”x 7 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  63. Print of the Harvest Girl ca. 1830-50; hand-colored print of a young woman harvesting grain printed by B. Bramell of Philadelphia, 6 1/4”x 7 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  64. 2 hand colored prints ca. 1820-50; horse race scene printed by B. Bramell of Philadelphia, 6 1/4”x 5 1/4”; framed view of “A Natural Curiosity at Napoleon’s Tomb” sold by James Fisher of Boston and mounted in a molded frame, 4 1/2”x 6 1/2” sight; 7 1/2”x 9 1/2” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  65. 2 Amish watercolors ca. 1908; colorful drawings of fruit and grapes drawn on brown paper each signed “Fannie Beiler 1908” done in the manner of folk artist Henry Lapp, 5 1/2”x 7 3/4” & 5 3/4”x 9 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  66. Hand-drawn bookplate ca. 1870; done in blue and red inks for Catarina Gantz in 1870 and inscribed on reverse “Elizabeth Hege 1870” drawn on lined paper, 3 3/4”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  67. 2 hand-drawn bookplates ca. 1828 & 1843; one done in red ink with tulip and owl motifs inscribed “Manuel Groff 1828”, 3 1/2”x 5 3/4”; hymnal bookplate for Maria Mathes in 1843 written in brown ink, 3 1/2”x 5 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  68. Watercolor of insects ca. 1820-50; detailed drawing of a stag beetle surrounded by various insects and creatures and matted and mounted in a black and gold painted frame, 5”x 7” sight; 10 3/4”x 13 1/2” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  69. 7 early Lehigh Co. farming photographs ca. 1840-90; seven black and white photographs of early farming scenes signed “Keystone View Co., Allentown, PA” in walnut deep well frames, 17 1/2”x 16”; Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3; 4 Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00
  70. 2 framed lithographs ca. 1840-90; N. Currier “The Lover’s Reconciliation” in a mahogany veneered frame, 12 1/2”x 16 1/2”; J. Baillie “The Declaration” in a mahogany veneered frame, 12 1/2”x 16 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  71. Western Clearing framed lithograph ca. 1860-90; small walnut framed lithograph depicting a pioneer family by fire, 10”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  72. Pair of locomotive prints ca. 1940-60; both frame and under glass, 23”x 15”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  73. 3 papier mache candle lanterns ca. 1930s-40s; black cat shaped papier mache lantern marked on bottom “Made in Germany”; small size lanterns for Halloween with decorative eye, nose and mouth panes; each having raised ears and small wire handle, 2 1/2”d, 3”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 260.00
  74. J. Chein sprinkling can ca. 1900-40; lithographed tin can marked “J. Chein”, 10”x 2”x 7”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  75. Porcelain “Frozen Charlotte” doll ca. 1850-1870; with purple dress hand crafted by Imogen Terrell (Asheville, NC) having a bonnet and pink frilly undergarments, 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  76. Bulldog doorstop ca. 1930-50; having a right-turned head and brown and black paint decoration attributed to Hubley (Lancaster, PA), 10”x 5”x 10”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  77. 3 pcs. advertising tinware ca. 1880-1910; two tip trays for “FP Home Lighting & Cooking Plant” from Incandescent Light & Stove Co., 4 1/4”d; miniature cup advertising Zig-Zag Candy (McKeesport, PA) by D.L. Clark Co., 1 3/4”d, 1 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  78. 7 pcs. child’s decorative tinware ca. 1890-1920; 3 piece place setting with blue bird design; teddy bear cup and saucer; storybook character design cup and saucer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  79. Shepard Hardware Co. “Stump Speaker” mechanical bank ca. June 8, 1886 patent; comical Black Americana “carpet bagger” form man wearing a top hat and green painted three piece suit standing on a raised platform entitled “Stump Speaker”, 5”x 4”x 10”; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$800.00 Sold For 875.00
  80. J&E Stevens eagle & eaglets mechanical bank ca. Jan 23, 1883 patent; eagle and eaglets on a rocky outcropping, 8 1/2”x 4”x 6”; Estimate $600.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 325.00
  81. J&E Stevens “William Tell” mechanical bank ca. June 23, 1896 patent; with son standing in front of tower and mechanism on gun pulled back and fired by pressing foot, 10 1/2”x 4”x 6 5/8”; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 375.00
  82. Enterprise Mfg. “Independence Hall” bank ca. Sept. 21, 1875 patent; depicting the spire of Independence Hall with bell tower having a small bell, eagles perched on railing and “Proclaim Liberty Throughout the Land” on base, 3 7/8”x 3 7/8”x 9 3/8”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 300.00
  83. Cast iron door safe bank ca. 1920; with two swing doors and a combination lock having raised embossed decoration and nickel plating, 6 1/2”x 4 1/4”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  84. 15 Piedmont baseball cards ca. 1909-11; colorized T206 cards including Joe Tinker, Big Ed Dehanty, Rube Waddell, Elmer Flick and nine other players, 1 1/2”x 2 5/8”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 70.00
  85. 11 “Sweet Carperal” cigarette cards ca. 1909-11; colorized T206 baseball cards with trade advertising for Sweet Carporal Cigarettes, 1 1/2”x 2 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  86. Large Simon & Helbig bisque head doll ca. 1889-1930; bisque socket head doll marked “1079 S&H Dep. 16, Germany” with blue-gray sleepy eyes, open smile with teeth and dimple, modern French wig, vintage white dress and composition jointed body, 36”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 95.00
  87. Simon & Helbig bisque head doll ca. 1889-1930; socket head doll marked “SH 1079 13 1/2” with brown sleepy eyes, open mouth with teeth and dimple, strawberry-blonde curly wig, printed dress, vintage undergarments and a composition jointed body, 28”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 90.00
  88. Homemade cloth topsy turvey doll ca. 1880-1910; having primitive paint decorated faces: one side with a white girl wearing a blue dress, white lace bodice and bonnet; one side with a black girl wearing a bright orange dress, lace bodice and bonnet, 15”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00
  89. 3 Lionel standard gauge train cars ca. 1920-1940; “#8 Super Motor” electric engine with green paint and brass accents; red #513 cattle car; green #517 caboose with brass trim and red roof; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  90. Miniature farm wagon with wooden wheels ca. 1881 pencil date; walnut and oak wagon with mortised and shaped double shaft, running gear, box with drop-down tailgate and tapered raised rails signed “Adams”, 15”x 10”x 7” wagon; 12” shaft; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 85.00
  91. 5 pc. O gauge Lionel freight set ca. pre-WWII; green #254E engine; #812 gondola car; #814 orange and yellow freight car with slide operated doors; #813 orange and green cattle car; #817 blue-green caboose with green roof; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00
  92. 2 vintage child’s toys ca. 1850-1900; walnut cannon ball rope bed with scroll tops on head and foot boards, 15”x 16” with 20 1/2” rails; blonde porcelain head “Frozen Charlotte” doll with cloth body, vintage brown printed fabric dress, flowing blonde hair and blue eyes, 17”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 70.00
  93. 3 cast iron toy cannons ca. 1900-40; carbide “Big Bang” cannons made by the “Toy Cannon Works” of South Bethlehem, PA including: model 11D cannon on stationary tin base, 10 1/2” cannon; 8FDB on carriage with 7FAC ammo chest, 8” cannon; 11F (1917 model) with V bottom ammo chest riveted to caisson & square water sump, 11”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 120.00
  94. “Cor-Cor Toys” 3 car train set ca. 1920-40; ride-on pressed tin train set made by “Cor-Cor” (Corcoran Metal Products): red and black steam engine with six rubber cast wheels, 18 1/2”x 8 3/4”; black painted tender with four rubber wheels, 10 1/2”x 6”; Pullman car with red and black paint on wooden and rubber wheels, 24”x 8 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 110.00
  95. J.F. Frantz coin operated challenger game ca. 1940-50s; counter top penny operated shooting gallery with spring operated semi-auto pistol having patent by “W.A. Tratsch, Sept. 1, 1925 No. 155185”, 10”x 29”x 16 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 280.00
  96. Keystone Mfg. ride-on steam engine ca. 1940-50s; model 6400 in red and black paint with 5 1/2” front wheels and four wheel rear carriage, seat mounted to top of cab, wooden T-handle steering wheel and small brake handle on starboard side of engine, 28”x 8”x 13 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 210.00
  97. Large oil painting ca. 1860-90; oil on canvas painting depicting a mountain trail, indistinctly signed in the lower left corner in a vintage frame, 48”x 35”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00  Sold For 50.00
  98. 2 mirrors ca. 1840-90; two mahogany veneer framed mirrors, 17 3/4”x 20 1/2” & 13”x 15”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  99. Lititz watercolor ca. 1940-60; attributed to Paul Williamson Smith depicting the Lititz Moravian Church in a modern frame, 32”x 28”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 25.00
  100. Karen Miller oil painting ca. 1940-90; oil on artist board depicting a Pennsylvania covered bridge and stream and signed in lower right corner, 27”x 21”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00
  101. Patt Siehler watercolor ca. 1953; original watercolor depicting a barnyard scene in a modern frame, 31”x 25”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00
  102.  Richard B. Hess woodblock ca. 1940-60; woodblock print depicting Duke Street, Lancaster with pencil signature, numbered “11/95” and titled “Duke Street”, 16 1/2”x 20 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  103. Small oil painting ca. 1860-90; gilt framed painting on artist board depicting a red barn beside a road, 8”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  104. Ogee framed mirror ca. 1860-90; mirror in a mahogany veneered ogee frame, 19”x 25 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  105. Statue of girl seated on chair ca. 1860-90; after Biggi Fausto, an Italian cast stone and resin statue of a girl seated in a ladderback chair signed “=Biggi Fausto=Carrara” on base, 10 1/2”x 9”x 25”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 260.00
  106.  Onyx pedestal ca. 1900s; five part dark-green onyx column shaped pedestal, 14”x 14”x 33”; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 95.00
  107. Purple slag glass table lamp ca. 1920s; having gilt metal eight-panel shade and three lens base all fitted with purple slag lenses, 9”d, 24”h base; 20”d, 10”h shade; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 550.00
  108. Metal framed domed slag glass lamp ca. 1930; having caramel and light blue lenses in cast metal and gilt decorated shade and cast metal lamp base with faux brass highlight paint, 7 1/2”d, 21”h base; 16 1/2”d, 7 3/4” shade; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 425.00
  109. Metal framed domed slag glass lamp ca. 1920; cast white metal frame lamp shade having caramel and red glass lenses and pedestal base marked “Y&R” and  “pattern 1802”, 16 1/2”d, 23”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 375.00
  110. 3 electrified pedestal lamps with shades ca. 1890-1900; Rayo nickel plated base with pink milk glass shade, 10”d, 19”h; one Rayo nickel plated base with emerald colored milk glass shade, 10”d, 19”h; B&H nickel plated base with period milk glass shade, 10”d, 20”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  111. Edw. Miller & Co. electrified student lamp ca. 1900; brass adjustable Millers “vestal” study single arm lamp with milk glass shade and lustre “no. 1” student chimney, 7”d shade; 12”x 25” overall; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  112. 2 complex base pedestal kerosene lamps ca. 1880-1910; clear diamond pattern glass font on blue milk glass and iron base with brass collars and partial frosted chimney, 5 1/2”d, 21”h; pink milk glass banquet lamp with pink font on brass toned iron and onyx collar with pink ball shade, 6”d, 20 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  113. Emeralite banker’s desk lamp ca. 1909-16; attributed as “Emeralite 4378 Series” by H.G. McFaddin & Co. having an emerald color shaped shade perforated for screws that continue through shade on mounting arm bracket with concrete-weighted brass base, 7 1/2”d, 17”h base; 8 1/2”x 5 3/8” shade; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 25.00
  114. 2 miniature kerosene ball shade lamps ca. 1890-1920; red satin drape pattern lamp with ball shade; fleur de lis pattern milk glass lamp with original shade; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 85.00
  115.  Brewster Mfg. Co. steeple clock ca. 1860-90; mahogany veneered case with a painted zinc dial, 10”x 4”x 20”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  116. Pillar & scroll clock ca. 1800-40; mahogany and maple case clock with brass finials and reverse painted door containing a 30-hour wood works time and strike movement with a painted wood dial and a “E. Terry & Sons” label, 17 1/2”x 4 1/2”x 31”; Additional Photo Estimate $600.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 375.00
  117. Seth Thomas clock ca. 1900-40; Seth Thomas crystal regulator clock , Empire No. 1 in a brass and beveled glass case, 6 3/4”x 5”x 10 1/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 200.00
  118. B&H nickel plated kerosene lamp ca. 1900s; pedestal style lamp with airflow through base design with chimney and emerald and milk glass lamp shade, 6 1/2”d base, 9 3/4”d shade; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  119. Ornate Miller Lamp Co. slag glass lamp ca. 1920s; #233 pattern lamp having a brass painted white metal base, very ornate cast metal shade depicting a cottage on a lake with a rope bridge and full cast trees with blue bottom and cream top slag glass, 7 1/2”d, 22”h base, 16 1/2”d shade; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 325.00
  120. Porter disc music box & discs ca. 2000; electric baroque model music box from Porter Music Box Co. having a fine inlaid cabinet in burl walnut, satin, tulip poplar and ebony with instruments and flowers on top, lutes on side, swans on lake in front and “No. 486” on works and includes 19 discs, 18”x 17 1/2”x 11”; Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7 Estimate $4,000.00-$6,000.00 Sold For 500.00
  121. Columbia Grafonola table top record player ca. 1915; oak case record layer with crank, ogee raised lid, baffle closer for speaker control and a Grafonola reproducer head and extra needle, includes several records, 17”x 17”x 13”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  122. Edison Home phonograph cylinder record player ca. Nov. 17, 1903 patent; having a model C reproducer head, crank handle, brass collared tin horn and includes reproduced arch top lid and 18 cylinder records with cases, 18”x 8 1/2”x 12”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 375.00
  123. Western Electric oak case wall telephone ca. 1913; 8”x 11”x 11”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 95.00
  124. Victor Shearer oil painting ca. 1943; oil on canvas painting of a spring scene in a gold painted frame and signed and dated in lower right corner, 26”x 22”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 650.00
  125. Victor Shearer oil painting ca. 1935; oil on canvas painting depicting a spring forest scene in a contemporary frame, 33 1/2”x 24”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 200.00
  126. Victor Shearer oil painting ca. 1913; oil on canvas painting depicting a summer forest scene in a gold leafed frame and signed and dated in lower left corner; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 450.00
  127. 2 Ben Austrian prints ca. 1960-90; depicting chicks in baskets and contained in matching modern frames, 15 1/2”x 14”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 230.00
  128. Fruit still life oil painting ca. 1860-90; oil on artist board painting of a bowl of fruit in a modern frame, indistinctly signed in lower right corner, 18 1/2”x 15”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  129. David Brumbach signed print ca. 1970-90; framed print depicting water lilies, numbered “6/86” and signed “David Brumbach” in pencil, 31”x 24”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 40.00
  130. Large oil portrait ca. 1840-90; oil on canvas of a young gentleman in a fancy gilted picture frame, 34”x 38 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 260.00
  131. Pastoral oil painting ca. 1860-90; oil on canvas painting depicting a cottage and pasture by a stream in a gold painted frame, 22”x 16”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 190.00
  132. Oil painting in shadow box ca. 1860-90; small oil painting of hunting dogs in a fancy gilt frame and titled “On the Scent” contained in a shadow box, 15 1/2”x 13 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 500.00
  133. Swiss cylinder music box ca. 1860-90; rosewood inlaid case with lyre design on top containing an eight-tune music box with an attached tune sheet, 16 1/2”x 7 1/2”x 4 1/2”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $800.00-$1,200.00 Sold For 400.00
  134. Ingraham kitchen clock ca. 1900-30; oak case with inset level and thermometer containing an eight day time and strike movement and a partial label on back, 15”x 5”x 23 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  135. Chataqua table top roller organ ca. 1890s; oak cased hand-crank organ with glass viewing door and bellows door, 18”x 15”x 12 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00
  136. Sessions kitchen clock ca. 1860-90; oak cased with an eight day time and strike movement, 15 1/2”x 4 1/2”x 24 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  137. Green slag glass table lamp ca. 1900-30; white metal art nouveau style base with a six-pane green slag glass shade, 15 1/2”x 15 1/2”x 21”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 100.00
  138. Caramel slag glass table lamp ca. 1900-30; white metal art nouveau style base with an eight-pane caramel slag glass domed shade, 19”x 19”x 23”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 200.00
  139. Small Swiss cylinder music box ca. 1860-90; mechanical music box in a rosewood case with inlaid and painted butterfly decoration, 14 1/4”x 7”x 5”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 100.00
  140. 4 colorless blown glass bloodletting cups ca. 1840-60; in globular form each with a pontil scarred knob, 3 3/4”-4”d, 4 5/8”- 5 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  141. Colorless glass “poison” flask ca. 1880; blown in a mold having a flattened oval, patterned diamond surface, tooled rounded rolled-over collar and scarred base, 6 3/8”x 2 1/4”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  142. 2 squat glass beer/soda bottles ca. 1865-75; one dark olive green with tooled broad sloping collar above a beveled ring with raised legend “Smedley & Brandt” and “Dyottville Glass Works/Philada” on obverse with an iron pontil base, 2 7/8”d, 6 1/2”h; emerald green blob top bottle with raised legend “Keystone/Bottling Works/Philada” and “J&D” on obverse with smoothed iron pontil base, 2 5/8”d, 7”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  143. 2 squat glass beer/soda bottles ca. 1870; teal green bottle with tooled broad sloping collar above a beveled ring and raised legend “John Yost, Jr/Lebanon, Pa” with an iron pontil base, 3”d, 7”h; deep cobalt blue bottle with a blob top, raised legend “John Ryan/Excelsior/Mineral Water/Savannah GA” and “Union Glass Works/Phila/This Bottle/is/Never Sold” and an iron pontil base, 2 3/4”d, 6 7/8”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 400.00
  144. Uncolored display bottle with copper wheel engraving ca. 1860-90; large blown glass bottle with molded stopper in cylindrical form on an applied pedestal with copper wheel engraving of flowers, foliage and grape clusters, 7 1/4”d, 21 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  145. Northwood carnival glass ruffled bowl ca. 1900-40; purple carnival glass strawberry pattern bowl signed Northwood, 8 5/8”x 2 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  146. Mason’s milk glass canning jar ca. 1860-90; molded jar with raised legend “Mason’s/Patent/Nov 30th/1858” on side, bottom with raised “851”, zinc screw-on cap marked “Genuine Boyd Cap/ for Mason Jars” with inserted milk glass disk, 4 1/2”d, 9”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  147. 5 signed Quezal glass pulled feather shades ca. 1920; blown glass shades in squat globular form with a ruffled skirt, white iridescent ground with yellow pulled feather motif, gold iridescent interiors and signed “Quezal” on upper rim, 5 3/4”d, 3 3/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 1,050.00
  148. Blown gold aurene type glass bowl ca. 1900-40; in footed form with flared rim and scarred base, 5”d, 2 3/4”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  149. 20 pcs. colorless snail pattern glass ca. 1880-1930; all blown in a mold glass by George Duncan & Sons (Pittsburgh, PA): 10” fruit/cake basket; 8 1/2” shallow bowl on pedestal; 7” covered bowl on pedestal; 8” bowl on pedestal; covered cheese dish; custard/punch cup; goblet; molasses jug; 4 3/4” nappy; 8” oval shallow bowl; 3” rose bowl with double snail row; individual salt; 9 1/2” cake plate/salver; sugar sifter; covered butter dish; three celeries/spooners; half gallon pitcher/tankard; tumbler; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  150. Lititz Springs straight rye whiskey back bar bottle & 6 shot glasses ca. 1880-1930; colorless glass back bar bottle with white enameled legend “Lititz Springs Straight Rye Whiskey”, 3 1/2”d, 10 7/8”h; six acid etched colorless glass shot glasses with legend “Lititz Springs/Straight/Rye/Whiskey/John O Harting/Lititz, PA”, 2”d, 2 1/4”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 525.00
  151. Bomberger’s Rye Bottle & 6 shot glasses ca. 1880-1930; colorless glass back bar bottle with nine-panel body and white enameled legend “Bomberger’s Pure Rye”, 3 5/8”d, 11”h; six white enameled colorless glass shot glasses with twelve-panel bodies and legend “Bomberger’s/Pure Rye”, 1 7/8”d, 2 1/8”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 800.00
  152. 4 colorless shot glasses ca. 1880-1930; embossed “Calvert/B/Blended Whiskey…”, 2”d, 2 1/4”h; three acid etched glasses: “Lititz Springs/Straight/Rye/Whiskey/John O. Horting”, 2”d, 2 1/8”h; “J Wayne Hollinger/Rye Whiskies/East King & Duke Sts/Lancaster, PA”, 1 3/4”d, 2”h; “Myers & Company/Distillers/Fulton/Whiskey/Covington, KY, USA”, 1 7/8”d, 2 1/4”h; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  153. Mary Gregory blown glass pitcher & 4 tumblers ca. 1880-1930; tall colorless blown glass pitcher in cylindrical form with a slight taper having twelve panels, a scarred base, applied handle and ruffled rim with motif of a girl in white standing among white vegetation with pink buds, 5 1/2”d, 11 3/8”h; four colorless blown glass tumblers in eight panel forms with three having motifs of a boy and one with a girl all in white standing among white vegetation, 2 7/8”d, 4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  154. Hand wrought square gridiron ca. 1700s; four footed gridiron with rat-tail handle, 9 3/4”sq. grid surface; 9 1/2” handle; 3 1/2” feet; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  155. 3 pcs. cast iron hearth cookware ca. 1830-90; small bulbous 1 gallon size cauldron/gypsy kettle with three feet and a wire swing handle; large footed bowl-shaped fry pan with three feet and a carry handle, 10”d, 3 1/2”h; small bowl on high feet with iron handle, 8”d, 4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  156. Pair of cast iron Hessian soldier andirons ca. 1850; soldiers marching with heads turned holding sabers and wearing pointed hats with fire brackets mounted with threaded bolts, 10”x 23”x 19”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  157. 2 hanging store lamps with tin shades ca. 1880-1900; Juno nickel plate lamp with embossed egg and scroll pattern, 9”d collar, 10” shade, 17 1/2”x 33” overall; unmarked brass font with tank gauge dial, 8 1/2”d collar, 9” shade, 19”x 30”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 170.00
  158. Homemade dovetailed document box ca. 1900s; pine box having large dovetails, chamfered lid, salvaged Victorian Era lock with wooden escutcheon and red-stained interior, 14 3/4”x 8”x 6 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  159. Child’s red painted tool box ca. 1900; simple nail constructed box made of salvaged crate lumber and left over trim having a “poor man’s” raised panel lid, 16 1/2”x 9 1/2”x 6 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  160. Decorated softwood round band box ca. 1850; eastern-European trinket box with the interior and exterior having early wallpaper covering and the exterior having floral designs made of straw with some paint accents, 4 5/8”d, 3”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  161. Standing man cookie cutter ca. 1870; baker-shaped cutter with a top hat and apron mounted to a wire braced back, 4 1/4”x 8 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  162. Early child’s copper miniature tea kettle ca. 1830-50; bulbous shaped dovetailed-form tea kettle with copper swing handle mounted on copper brackets with copper rivets with the lid having a three step design with rolled grasp, 3 1/2”d, 4 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  163. 2 early tin cookie cutters ca. 1850-70; both of standing men: one mounted on a full plated back with bowed legs, 2”x 5 1/2”; one primitive-form with partial plate back, 3”x 5 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  164. Tin horse & rider cookie cutter ca. 1940; man with outstretched arm riding a trotting horse mounted to a sheet metal back with a loop handle, 7 3/8”x 7 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  165. 11 animal-shaped tin cookie cutters ca. 1830-1920; three with loop handles, five with finger hole grasp, and three with extended lips including bird, fish, eagle, two horses, bear and two chickens, 4”- 5 1/2”x 3”- 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  166. 12 tin cookie cutters ca. 1850-1920; five with loop handles, six with finger hole grips, one with string holes: three with floral motifs, two birds, a dog, a fish, a rooster and hen and three with crimp edges and interior decoration, 3 1/2”- 6 1/2”x 1 1/2”- 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  167. 7 people-shaped tin cookie cutters ca. 1880-1960; a dancing man with top hat, two bakers with bun hats, four profile bust-form cutters including one late form with neat scroll interior hair, ear and eye accents, 2 1/2”- 3 3/4”x 5”- 5 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  168. 12 pcs. tinware ca. 1800-1920; a 6 hole candle mold with grasp handle and pan top and base; an 8 hole candle mold with raise arch base; eight small round cake pans; two tin scoops; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  169. 2 wooden stools ca. 1830-1900; softwood mortised prayer bench with splayed legs, 17”x 5 1/2”x 5 1/2”; turned leg footstool with painted floral oval top, 15”x 7 1/4”x 9 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  170. Primitive miniature dovetailed chest ca. 1890; homemade cherry wood dovetailed chest in primitive construction with simple floral decoration on lid, 14”x 6 1/2”x 8 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  171. Jas. Smith & Sons spool cabinet ca. 1890; burl-grain painted two drawer softwood cabinet with fronts marked Jas. Smith & Sons with brass drawer pulls, 12 1/2”x 7 1/4”x 4 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  172. Burl mahogany veneered trinket box ca. 1880; chest having wallpaper on interior, small cabinet lock and lid with matched veneer quarters, 12”x 7 1/2”x 4 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  173. Empire style travelers cordial box ca. 1860-80; burl veneered box with an arched lid, two brass drop handles, bone shield shaped key escutcheon, brass ball feet and interior with four sections having square bottles and lid with slot for stemmed wine glasses, 7”x 7 1/4”x 9”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  174. 2 iron locks ca. 1873-1960s; hand spring lever latch lock with tapered back plate and dated 1873 bar, 8”x 4 1/2”; reproduced shackle padlock, 9”x 11”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  175. Child’s grain painted blanket chest ca. 1910; poplar and pine miniature chest in dovetailed construction with turned feet, brown grain paint decoration and interior of chest with till, 25”x 14 1/2”x 17 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  176. 2 paint decorated wooden footstools ca. 1850-1930; early softwood stool with broad single mortise, small apron, shaped legs and red paint, 14”x 5 1/2”x 5 1/2”; a late crafted child stool in nail construction with aprons, shaped legs and green paint with yellow accent stripping and “Emma”, 17”x 7 1/2”x 7 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  177. Paint decorated child’s arm rocker ca. 1880; plank seat rocker in brown paint with stencil bird and berry design with the corners of the back with a stencil farm scene, 15”x 21”x 23”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  178. 3 pcs. gray agateware ca. 1890-1940; late Nesco Royal Graniteware coffee pot with bail handle and original label, 8 1/2”-6”d, 11”h; coffee pot with tin replacement lid, 5 1/4”-3 1/2”d, 8”h; small pot with gooseneck spout and tin lid, 4 1/4”-3 1/4”d, 7 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  179. Small double wheel Enterprise coffee mill ca. 1890-1900; No. 2 coffee mill with two 8 3/4”d wheels, all original parts including iron drawer and iron swing cap, drawer pull with porcelain knob and mounted on a heavy pine block, 7 1/2”x 12”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 600.00
  180. Red painted shipping box ca. 1890-1900; box in box joint construction with slide over lid having a paper label stating “…Cape Vincent, NY Feb. 7, 1895” with metal clips in place on sides for strapping, 17 1/2”x 10”x 13”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  181. Wooden grain measure ca. 1890-1930s; coopered grain measure with metal bands having 1930s folk art decoration with floral and vine bands, 10”-12”d, 12”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  182. Paint decorated 12 hole candle mold ca. 1840; two-handle mold with 12 candle mold upper and lower tray design and paint decorated with black based paint, 9 1/2”x 3 1/4”x 11”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  183. Basket & 3 bonnets ca. 1850-1900; primitive Appalachian-style large handled basket with make-do leather thong repaired rim, 16”-18”d, 15”h; three fabric sunbonnets: one in light blue and two blue check fabric bonnets, 10”x 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  184. Early coil-style push-up candlestick ca. 1780; wrought iron spiral/coil type push-up candlesticks with turned wooden base and finger hook tote, 4”d, 8 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  185. 2 Mosemann’s peanut butter tins ca. 1920-50; both one pound size tins from Mosemann Co. (Lancaster, PA): one A.C. Co. produced tin with circus animals, embossed lid and bail handle, 3 3/8”d, 3 3/4”h; bucket-shaped tin with tin lid crafted by Bertels Metalware (Kingston, PA) with bail handle, 3”- 3 5/8”d, 4”h; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  186. Paint decorated document/cash box ca. 1850; box joint walnut box with red graining and pinstripe decoration with small strap hinges, lock and partially paint decorated interior, 9 3/4”x 5 3/4”x 3 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 250.00
  187. Pickett’s charge historic blue type platter ca. 1900-30; earthenware octagonal transfer platter with blue ink back stamp “E Pluribus Unum/Pickett’s Charge/Gettysburg”, 9 3/4”x 12 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 575.00
  188. Lincoln Review of the Army of the Potomac platter ca. 1900-30; oval earthenware platter with historic blue type transfer having blue ink back stamp “Semi Vitreous/Buffalo Pottery/1910/Grand Review of the Army of the Potomac by President Lincoln at Flamouth, VA, in April 1863”, 11”x 14 1/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 350.00
  189. Plymouth 1622 historic blue type platter ca. 1900-30; octagonal earthenware platter with historic blue type transfer with title “Plymouth in 1622” and blue ink back stamp “Historical Pottery/Made & Designed in England for L Straus & Sons New York”, 12 7/8”x 16 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  190. Pair of historic blue plates ca. 1830; pearlware historic blue transfer cheese/breakfast plates with a water scape of an oriental residency, 7 5/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  191. Pearlware taper sided mocha-type bowl ca. 1825; with two blue bands bracketed by three pairs of brown rings, 8 1/2”d, 4 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  192. 5 copper lustre creamers with raised floral motifs ca. 1840; three bulbous form creamers with polychromal rose and leaf designs on a blue band; bulbous form with polychromal rose leaf and pink lustre urn design on a blue band; urn form with polychromal rose and leaf designs on a tan band; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  193. 14 pcs. English earthenware lusterware ca. 1840-60; pair of Sunderland lustre master salts; two tan band bulbous copper lustre creamers; white band with pink lustre floral design urn shaped creamer; three blue band bulbous copper lustre creamers; bulbous brown glazed creamer; five bulbous sanded band creamers; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  194. 5 flow blue items ca. 1840-60; pair of dinner plates with blue ink back stamp “The Temple/Pearl Stone Ware/ PW & Co” (Podmore, Walker & Co), 8 3/4”d; luncheon plate with blue ink back stamp “Kyber/Ironstone/W Adams & Co”, 8 1/4”d; pair of handleless cups and saucers with blue ink back stamp “Chapoo/Ironstone/J. Wedgwood”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 80.00
  195. 2 pieces “Cashmere” flow blue ca. 1850; eight-sided open vegetable with blue ink back stamp “Patent/Cashmere/R&M” (Ridgway& Morley) with Royal Arms, 6 3/4”x 8 1/2”; double indented rim dinner plate with blue ink back stamp “Patent/Cashmere/R&M” with Royal Arms and also impressed with Royal Arms and “WR&Co” (Wm Ridgway & Co.), 10 1/2”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  196. 5 flow blue items ca. 1840-60; “Hong Kong” breakfast plate with impressed back mark “Improved Stone China/??”; luncheon plate with blue ink back stamp “Ironstone/ Pelew/E Challinor”; dinner plate with blue ink back stamp “Seinde” also impressed “Oriental/Stone/J&G Alcock”; handleless cup and saucer with blue ink back stamp “Kin-Shan/EC & Co.”; handleless cup and saucer with blue ink back stamp “Ironstone/Chusan/ J. Clementson” and a spread eagle/phoenix bird; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  197. 3 ironstone flow blue items ca. 1840-60; “Manilla” eight-sided covered sugar with pair of lions head bosses, 7 1/4”x 4 3/4”; “Oregon” eight-sided creamer, 6 1/4”x 3 3/4”; “Shanghae” ten-sided creamer, 5 7/8”x 3 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  198. Set of 4 flow blue “Chusan” cups & saucers ca. 1845; twelve-sided handleless cups and saucers with blue ink back stamp “Ironstone/Cusan/J. Clementson” and spread eagle phoenix bird and three saucers with a sawtooth cavetto; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  199. Set of 4 flow boy “Amoy” ironstone breakfast plates ca. 1844-52; blue ink back stamp “Amoy/Davenport” and impressed Davenport marks with two digit year marks for 1844, 1848 and 1852?, 7 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  200. Set of 3 flow mulberry “Corean” ironstone dinner plates ca. 1850; twelve-sided ironstone dinner plates with dark mulberry back stamp “Corean/PW & Co” (Podmore, Walker & Co.) and phoenix bird, 9 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  201. 2 pcs. flow mulberry ironstone ca. 1855; sauce boat with dark mulberry back stamp “Ironstone/ Chew/ E. Challinor”, 4 3/4”x 3 1/8”x 8 3/4”; octagonal platter with black/dark mulberry back stamp “Rose/E. Challinor/Tunstall” also impressed “11”, 9 1/4”x 12 1/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  202. 3 Gaudy Welsh handleless cups & saucers ca. 1840-60; all except one cup (variant of dogwood or poppy flower) are variants of the grape pattern; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  203. 3 Gaudy Welsh ironstone items ca. 1840-60; bulbous creamer with copper lustre pin wheel/sunflower design; cylindrical mug with wagon wheel design; handleless cup and saucer in twelve panel shape with grape vine motif; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  204. 7 ironstone Gaudy Welsh handleless cups, saucers & waste bowl ca. 1840-60; seven Gaudy Welsh ironstone handleless cups and saucers and matching waste bowl in unknown floral design with saucers impressed “ironstone”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  205. 2 English ironstone pitchers ca. 1840-60; octagonal base flow black/deep mulberry with oriental landscape, 7 3/4”x 5 1/8”; hexagonal base with blue transfer rim and handle and black floral and phoenix bird transfer with polychromal infill with blue ink back stamp “Flensburg”, 7 7/8”x 6 1/2”;  Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  206. 4 English earthenware items ca. 1835-70; eight-sided oblong creamer with four molded feet, base and rim with scalloped lustre shoulder band and lustre highlighted feet and handle, 5”x 3 1/2”x 6 1/8”; covered hexagonal base sugar with two-toned blue seaweed design and applied shell form handles, 7 1/4”x 5 7/8”; cylindrical pitcher with lustre rim handle and outline vine design enclosing a purple floral transfer infilled with blue, green, magenta and yellow, 4 3/8”d, 6 3/8”h; oxagonal base ironstone type pitcher with blue transfers of floral designs, 11 1/4”x 6 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  207. 3 English earthenware items ca. 1870-1930; bulbous ironstone creamer with blue sponge snowflake designs and sawtooth and cross rim, 3 1/4”d, 4”h; mug with blue transfer floral design and geometric rim band, 3 3/4”d, 3 7/8”h; indented plate with blue transfer of turkey, blue ink back stamp “Cauldon/England/ 16” and impressed “Cauldon/20”, 9 7/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  208. Canary yellow mug ca. 1825; child’s mug with copper lustre rim band and a burnt orange transfer of a wayside scene of two fellows with one holding a fife, 2 1/2”d, 2 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  209. Porcelain oyster dish & 2 small English earthenware figures ca. 1860-90; Continental porcelain oyster dish with receptacles for six oysters and a central sauce holder colored in browns, black, magenta and yellow, 1 3/8”x 9”; two small English molded earthenware figures: a seated cat with black sponging, yellow neck bow and blue eyes, 3 3/4”x 1 3/8”x 2 1/8”; a blackish seated ape next to a green trunk holding fruit, 4”x 1 1/2”x 1 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  210. “Pelew” flow black ironstone ca. 1855; handleless cups and saucers and dinner plates with black ink back stamp “Ironstone/ Pelew/ E. Challinor”: six handleless twelve-sided cups and four saucers along with six twelve-sided dinner plates; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  211. 4 ironstone blue transfer dinner plates ca. 1845; ten-sided dinner plates with blue ink back stamp “University/JR & Co” (John Ridgway & Co.), 9 1/4”- 9 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  212. Large 2 piece earthenware majolica rococo compote ca. 1860-1930; continental earthenware compote in elongated boat form mounted on a four footed pedestal in pink, tan and yellow on green with two sections joined by a brass wingnut, 16 3/4”x 9 3/8”x 21 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  213. Large earthenware majolica vase ca. 1860-1930; continental earthenware majolica bulbous vase with iris and an 18th century costumed man, 16”x 4 7/8”x 5 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  214. Pair of continental majolica lamp bases ca. 1860-1930; bulbous form bases with molded polychromal tulip motif on a dark green ground supported on four splayed organic form feet finished by a pair of open work vertical handles with a molded drapery effect having traces of gilt highlights and bases impressed “11013”, 5 1/8”d, 12 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  215. 2 earthenware majolica cake stands ca. 1890; American earthenware: hummingbird and flowering branch design on a pebble ground with a looping basket weave border, 9”d, 2 7/8”h; brown, green and pink maple leaf design on a yellowish brown ground with a brown tree form pedestal embellished with green ivy leaves, 8 7/8”d, 4 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  216. 3 majolica plates ca. 1870-85; oyster plate attributed to Minton & Co six oyster receptacles and a central sauce dip in brown, green and lavender shell motif surrounds, 9 3/8”d; shell and seaweed plate in green and pinks with base impressed “Etruscan Majolica/GS&H” (Griffen, Smith, & Hill), 8 1/4”d; brown, gray, pink, teal and yellow scallop and seaweed plate with impressed base “Wedgwood/Mk”, 8 3/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  217. Majolica compote ca. 1885; English earthenware majolica brown, green and white lily pads and flower dish supported on a three storks pedestal, 5 7/8”x 9 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  218. Majolica dog smoking stand ca. 1885; continental earthenware majolica in black, blue, brown, gray, green and pink of a dog standing in back of an ash receptacle and in front of tobacco accessories containers and incised on base “9840/8”, 5 5/8”x 5 3/8”x 5 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  219. Majolica pitcher ca. 1885; European earthenware majolica pitcher in rustic disk form with woven twig feet, sides, handle and spout with intertwining flowers and grain with a butterfly and some ladybugs, three dimensional birds on both sides, 11 5/8”x 6 1/4”x 7 3/8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 475.00
  220. 3 pcs. American earthenware majolica ca. 1885; pewter covered bulbous creamer with polychromal fern design in brown, green and mulberry having a rope twist handle, lattice rim border and pebble ground, 4 1/4”d, 5”h; hexagonal conical form syrup with pewter lid, iris and bamboo motif and base impressed, “Etruscan Majolica/GS&H” (Griffin, Smith, & Hill) and “E22”, 7 3/8”x 4 1/4”; shell and seaweed teapot in brown, green and pink with base impressed “Etruscan Majolica/GS&H/ E24”, 4 3/4”d, 5 3/8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00
  221. Large earthenware majolica fish pitcher ca. 1885; in brown, green, gray and tan with a lavender interior, 11 3/4”x 4 1/4”x 6 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  222. 2 continental earthenware majolica pitchers ca. 1860-1930; slightly bulbous molded chrysanthemum and foliage design in brown, blue, green and pink with a pink interior and base impressed “Frie Onnaing/France/812”, 8”x 4 3/4”; slightly bulbous pitcher with satyr goat head motif having angular scales and ribbon band on neck decorated in brown, green, purple and yellow, 4 1/2”d, 7 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  223. Earthenware majolica footed bowl & lamp ca. 1885-1900; American earthenware majolica daisy footed bowl decorated in blue, brown, green, white and yellow with a beige interior, 8 3/4”d, 5 1/8”h; European earthenware majolica lamp with an open cast brass pedestal and brown, green, pink and putty vine and berry motif on a cobalt ground with a glass font and majolica collar, 6 1/4”d, 10 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  224. 6 earthenware majolica butter pats ca. 1885; round green begonia leaf on a wicker ground, 3 1/8”d; round rose fan with blue flowers on a pale turquoise pebble ground, 3 1/4”d; scalloped rim with daisy’s on a turquoise ground impressed mark for James Car, NYC Pottery, 2 3/4”d; irregular multi veined green leaf impressed “GHS” (Griffen, Smith, & Hill), 3”; bluish-green begonia leaf with brown interior impressed “GHS”, 3 3/4”x 2 1/2”; irregular beige, brown, blue, green and yellow pansy flower impressed “GHS”, 3”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  225. 5 pieces of earthenware majolica ca. 1885; eight lobbed dish with central design of three leaves and three pairs of flowers in green and pink with turquoise ribbon border all on a tan-yellow ground, 5 5/8”; five sided leaf dish in brown, green and yellows, 8 1/4”x 8 5/8”; oval tray with puce gray clusters, green leaves and yellowish raised vines and border impressed on base “Etruscan Majolica/GS&H” (Griffen, Smith, & Hill), 6 1/2”x 9 3/4”; round dish with grape cluster, leaves and vine in beige, brown, green, pink and puce and impressed on base “Etruscan Majolica/ GS&H”, 6 3/8”d; begonia leaf dish in brown, green, pink and yellow impressed on base “Etruscan Majolica/ GS&H”, 5 3/4”x 7 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  226. 3 earthenware majolica trays ca. 1885; oval begonia leaf design with border legend “Eat thy bread with thankfulness” colored in brown, green, pink and yellow, 2 3/8”x 10 5/8”x 12 5/8”; oval basket weave motif with banana leaves colored in brown, green and yellow, 1 5/8”x 9 3/4”x 13 3/4”; rectangular tray with lattice border and open handles colored in brown, green and yellow, 1 7/8”x 8 5/8”x 12 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  227. 6 pcs. earthenware majolica ca. 1885; four creamers: slightly bulbous rose and leaf design with a diamond lattice base colored in brown, green and pink; slightly bulbous shell and seaweed motif colored in brown, green, pink and yellow; bulbous rose and leaf design with wicker base and butterfly spout colored in brown, green, teal and yellow; tapered sided square form with rose and leaf motif in a spool with a diamond lattice colored in green, pink, turquoise and yellow with English registration mark on base; green daisy mug impressed “AA” on base; lily mug colored in brown, green and yellow with lavender interior and base impressed “Etruscan Majolica/GS&H”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 250.00
  228. Rosewood veneered 8 drawer spice cabinet ca. 1880; cabinet and drawer fronts veneered with highly figured rosewood veneer on four turned walnut feet with small turned knob drawer pulls and lowest drawer bottom marked in ink script “Helga Lea Lenne Anderson”, 9 3/4”x 5 1/4”x 8 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 220.00
  229. V. Clad & Sons grater/grinder ca. 1860-90; made by the Valentine Clad & Sons Co., Phila. with hand crank and opposite side fly wheel for use with engine having a lift door covering a cog wheel shredder and base having a one drawer base, 15”x 5 3/4”x 14”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  230. Enterprise No. 2 double wheel coffee mill ca. 1880-1910; table top mill having an iron drawer with porcelain knob and original cast iron slide lid, 9”d wheels, 12 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 450.00
  231. Brainerd Armstrong & Co. 7 drawer spool cabinet ca. 1877-85; counter top display with a lower stenciled drawer and sloped front having three paper labels on back including one dated Sept. 27, 1877, 20 1/2”x 17 1/2”- 15 1/4”x 14 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 260.00
  232. Reproduction wrought iron roasting fork ca. 1960-90; adjustable roasting fork on three footed stand with carrier handle, 18”x 4”x 31”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  233. 2 kitchen primitives ca. 1856-1920; English copper bar measure with copper handle dated “1856”, 2”d, 2 1/2”h; “Icy Pi” dipper by Automatic Cone Co., Cambridge, Mass, 2 1/2”x 2 1/2”x 10”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  234. Large smoke color “Bull’s Eye” lens ca. 1860-90; in lead housing, 12”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  235. Tool decorated pot pusher ca. 1750-1800; with broad push surface having four bands of sunburst and moon strikes, handle decorated with seven sunburst strikes and a hook grasp, 6 1/2”x 6”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 230.00
  236. Brass safety lantern housing ca. 1900; Universal Metal Spinning & Stamping Co. brass deck marine lantern with full grill shielded globe and top having a spring catch, 6 3/4”d, 12”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  237. Group of lighting devices ca. 1850-1920; red painted Kodak tin lantern with drop shade, 4 1/4”d, 8 1/4”h; hand wrought candle snuffer, 6”; toleware saucer based finger lamp with chimney, 7 1/2”d, 11 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  238. 2 tin lighting devices ca. 1870-1930; John Irwin painted air infused coal oil lamp with tubular air infuser chimney, small pedestal base and brass burner, 5”d, 11 1/2”h; cup and strap candle lantern with wire bail handle and glass chimney, 3”d, 8 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  239. Hand wrought rush lamp with candle holder ca. 1700s; having a rock oak base, cup shape candle holder and twisted wrought iron leg and hook, 5 1/2”x 4 1/4”x 9 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  240. Tin candle lamp with glass lens ca. 1840; early tin half-round reflector lamp with glass lens door, ring hanger and added watchman handle with a ventilated top and bottom, 7 1/4”x 6 1/2”x 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  241. 2 household primitives ca. 1850-1900; green and floral painted splayed leg stool, 12”x 7 1/2”x 7 1/4”; large turned lignum vitae mortar with decorative turned bands, 6”d, 6 1/2”h along with turned maple stomper/pestle, 11”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  242. 4 farm primitives ca. 1830-1900; leather shot flask with brass collar, 3”x 8”; wooden goat/sheep yoke, 8 1/2”x 9 3/4”; two field harvester’s horn honing stone holders, 9” & 11”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  243. Combination tin candle lantern ca. 1890-1910; triple lens combination driving/walking candle lantern with triple hood top, wire handle, air infused bottom and rear door with reflector, candlestick and hanger hook, 4”x 4”x 8 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  244. 3 tin lighting devices ca. 1830-1930; whale oil lamp with small tubular wick spout, pedestal base, button reflector and hanger; Atlas steam vaporizer No. 111 with oil can-type base and wire handle; galvanized metal Stonebridge folding lantern; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  245. Walnut dovetailed miniature blanket chest ca. 1900; brown painted chest with turned feet, brass butt hinges and small chest lock, 16”x 11”x 12 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 350.00
  246. Toleware decorated dome top document box ca. 1840; having a front hasp, latch and wire carry handle with eye-shaped vignette toleware decoration of a man fishing on a lake, 12”x 8”x 11 3/8”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 180.00
  247. 2 large fishing/hunting lamps with reflectors ca. 1870-1900; both with three tubular burners: one with red paint, half-tube braced handle and tubular reflector braces, 16 1/2”x 12”x 13 1/4”; one with large wire braced loop handle and roll seam braces, 19 1/2”x 15”x 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  248. Large double blade slaw board ca. 1900; cherry wood slaw board with dovetailed slide box and two blades, 14 1/2”x 2 1/2”x 35 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  249. Temp-tite wooden freezer chest ca. 1930; coopered ice cream keeper cabinet in a cylinder shape branded “Temp-tite” with patent date of March 6, 1927 by Brown Packaging Co. (Winchendon, Mass) having a round lock-down lid and drop handles, 14”d, 27 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  250. 2 wooden farmstead primitives ca. 1750-1830; bucket carrying shoulder yoke of drawn softwood with wooden carved hooks, 40”x 8”x 3 1/2”; weaver’s niddy noddy of mixed woods in mortise and pin construction, 19” with 15 1/2” arms; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  251. Hand wrought ship’s mast ring ca. 1850; hinged design ring with large bolt and nut keeper, 18”d, 2 1/2” band; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  252. Clark’s 2 drawer spool cabinet ca. 1880-1910; oak spool cabinet with stencil paint “Clark’s Mile-End” drawer fronts having brass swirl design pulls and corner accents, 23”x 15”x 7 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 200.00
  253. J&P Coats 2 drawer walnut spool cabinet ca. 1900; having tin trade inserts for “J&P Coats” with two porcelain knobs and oval insert windows, 18 1/2”x 15”x 6 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 200.00
  254. Red painted footed adjustable candlestand ca. 1810; four leg stool-type base stand with turned central arm, thread screw top and a two candle adjustable arm, 11 1/2”x 10”x 33 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 400.00
  255. Primitive oak 3 leg milking stool ca. 1870-1900; having the seat cut and shaped from a log with batten braces added, legs and stretchers of rived oak and seat covered with leather, 12”d, 15 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  256. 3 various lightning rods ca. 1870; milk glass star pattern glass arrester ball with wind directional vane on stump, 21”x 41 1/2”; roof mount rod with blue glazed stoneware arrester ball, 17”x 32”; star-topped weathervane/lightning rod, 20”x 27 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  257. 14 Masonic Lodge glass slides ca. 1850; colorized slides for use with “Magic Lantern” projector with some depicting knights and ten of the slides having a paper label on lens for “The Boston Regalia Co.” and impressed on wood “A.T. Thompson & Co., Boston”, each slide is in 7”x 4” frame; 8 1/2”x 8 1/2” storage box; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 75.00
  258. Detex “Guardsman” clock ca. 1963+; model 96LS clock with factory tag from Quaker Maid Corp. housed in a leather case with ribbon time paper and two key keepers, 7”d, 3”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  259. Large oval pink transfer earthenware platter ca. 1835; English earthenware with pink transfer of sportsman and picnickers among classical ruins having a pink ink back stamp “Belzoni/EW&S/Patent”, 16 1/8”x 19”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  260. 3 English earthenware pink transfer items ca. 1835; footed oval creamer with maid feeding a deer design and a dolphin form handle, 3 7/8”x 3 3/8”x 6 3/8”; scalloped rim waste bowl with woman, girl and ibex design, 6 1/4”d, 3 1/4”h; covered oval teapot with a man standing in a two horse chariot with mid-eastern residency in the background, 7 1/4”x 5 5/8”x 11 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  261. 6 English pearlware pink transfer breakfast plates ca. 1835-40; with pink transfer of a man on a camel with other people and a mid-eastern city scape in the background having a pink back stamp “Asiatic Views/FD” and impressed “Dillon” with a narrow scalloped rim, 7 7/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  262. 3 pearlware “Sower” pink transfer cups & saucers ca. 1830; English pearlware handleless cups and saucers impressed “Adams” on base: pair with scalloped rims; single with plain rim; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  263. 4 pearlware “Caledonia” pink transfer plates ca. 1830; English pearlware plates with pink ink back stamp “Caledonia” and impressed “Adams”: pair of dinner plates with Highlander and hound with stag in background, 9 3/8” & 9 1/2”d; pair of side plates with Highlander in background and downed stag in foreground, 6 1/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  264. 4 pearlware “Garden Sports” pink transfer cups & saucers ca. 1830; English pearlware handleless cups and saucers with pink ink back stamp “Garden Sports” and impressed “Adams” with design of boy pushing a girl in a wheelbarrow and two dogs in the background; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  265. 4 pearlware pink transfer dishes ca. 1830; deep dish with design of a loaded camel with driver and a mid-eastern structure in the background having pink ink back stamp “Asia Display/ IH&S Co” (John Hill & Son Co.), 8 7/8”d; deep dish with design of a woman and child and mid-eastern structures in background with pink ink back stamp “Davenport”, 8 7/8”d; dinner plate with design of two horseman with people and harbor scene in the background with pink ink back stamp “Palestine” and impressed “Adams”, 9 3/4”d; dinner plate with design of two people within a garden and pink ink back stamp “Florentine Fountain”, 10 1/2”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  266. 3 pearlware pink transfer items ca. 1830; handleless cup and saucer with design of three people and a fountain having a pink ink back stamp “Grecian Font” and impressed “Adams”; dinner plate with two people and a fountain having a pink ink back stamp “Grecian Font/ WA&S” (Wm Adams & Sons) and impressed “Adams”, 9 3/8”d; cheese plate with design of horseman, person, hounds and buildings in background with pink ink back stamp “Andalusia” and impressed “Adams”, 6 7/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  267. Set of 4 pearlware pink transfer cups & saucers ca. 1835; English pearlware handleless cups and saucers with farm harvest scene, pink ink back stamp “Jacksons/ Harvest Home/ Warranted”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  268. English pearlware cup & saucer & early Adams rose toddy plate ca. 1830; handleless cup and saucer in red sunflower design with a yellow center, green leaves and blue berries border motif; early Adams Rose toddy plate impressed “Adams”, 5”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  269. 3 bicolored transfer “Palestine” luncheon plates ca. 1830; English pearlware teal green and pink transfer luncheon plates with a mid-eastern scene, pink ink back stamp “Palestine” and impressed “Adams”, 8 1/2”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  270. Bicolored transfer “Caledonia” creamer ca. 1835; English pearlware ribbed bulbous green and pink transfer creamer with highlander, hound and stag design, green ink back stamp “Caledonia” and “C” scroll handle, 5 3/8”x 4 1/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  271. Bicolored transfer side plate & 2 cup plates ca. 1835; English pearlware green and pink transfer plates: one side plate with Highlander and downed stag with green ink back stamp “Caledonia” and impressed “Adams”, 6 1/8”d; cup plate with water side garden motif, 4”d; cup plate with water side view of a perpendicular style church, 3 7/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  272. 3 English pearlware pink transfer cup plates ca. 1830; English Manor House motif with indented rim, 3 3/4”d; eastern river scene with two sailboats in the foreground and steep hillock in the background, 4”d; mid-eastern design with two persons and canopy in the foreground, boaters and structures in background and impressed “Adams”, 4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  273. English pearlware pink transfer “Sower” cups, saucers & waste bowl ca. 1830; pair of handleless cups and saucers impressed “Adams”; scalloped rim handleless cup and saucer impressed “Adams”; waste bowl; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  274. English pearlware pink transfer “Columbus” pitcher ca. 1835; ribbed bulbous pitcher having a pair of Indians with bows and arrows hunting water fowl with a sailboat in the background having a pink ink back stamp “Columbus/ WA &S” (Wm Adams & Sons) and a “C” scroll handle, 7”x 5 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  275. 2 English pearlware pink transfer soup plates ca. 1835; Eastern motif with two native dressed persons with temple like structure and garden behind them having a scalloped rim, 1 1/2”x 10 1/2”; large residency on a background mountain with four persons in the foreground having a pink ink back stamp “Cattskill Mountain House/ U.S.” by Adams, 1 1/2”x 10 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  276. 3 English pearlware pink transfer items ca. 1835; handleless cup and saucer with pink ink back stamp “Jacksons/ Clyde Scenery/ Warranted”; luncheon plate with mid-eastern scene of horseman, people and canopy and garden and structures in the background having a pink ink back stamp “Palestine” and impressed “Adams”, 8 1/2”d; luncheon plate with a person on a camel with people, bridge and city scape in background with pink ink back stamp “Asiatic Views/FD” (Francis Dillon) and impressed “Dillon”, 8 3/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  277. Hudson River platter by Clews ca. 1840; English pearlware sepia transfer platter with sepia ink back stamp “Picturesque Views/Hudson/Hudson River” by Clews and impressed “Warranted Staffordshire Clews”, 10 7/8”x 13 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  278. 2 sepia & 1 black transfer pearlware dishes ca. 1840; sepia transfer deep dish with sepia ink back stamp “Solar Rays” with a view of solar rays behind water scape and structures, 1 3/8”x 9 1/8”; sepia transfer dinner plate of houses along a river with sepia ink back stamp “Picturesque Views/ N Fishkill/Hudson River”, 10 1/4”d; black transfer soup dish with black ink back stamp “The Sea” and impressed “Adams”, 10 3/4”d, 1 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  279. 4 English pearlware mulberry transfer dishes ca. 1835; soup plate with mid-eastern buildings, garden and people with mulberry ink back stamp “Palestine” and impressed “Adams”, 10 5/8”d; luncheon plate with mid-eastern people, canopy, mosque and other buildings with mulberry ink back stamp “Palestine” and impressed “Adams”, 8 5/8”d; pair of dinner plates with structure overlooking a water scene and a couple in the foreground with a mulberry ink back stamp “Clyde Scenery/ Jackson’s Warranted”, 9 1/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  280. 3 English pearlware & ironstone plates ca. 1825-65; floral design in black, blue, green and red pearlware luncheon plate impressed with a spread eagle mark (Knight Elkin & Co), 8 1/2”d; stick spatter ironstone luncheon plate with green and red holly berries and leaves having blue rings on rim and interior impressed “Elsmore & Foster”, 8 5/8”d; stick spatter luncheon plate with purple and yellow pansies having green leaves and a stick spatter border of eight-pointed flower heads, 8 1/2”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  281. 4 English ceramic cup plates ca. 1820-50; pearlware with orange octagonal landscape view with two persons, yellow rim and impressed “Wood, 3 5/8”d; white ware green floral and palmate pattern with gadrooned rim, 3 7/8”d; whiteware magenta flowers and green foliage with two green bands, 3 7/8”d; pearlware with blue edging having a molded rim and impressed “Adams Warranted Staffordshire”, 3 7/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  282. 2 English pearlware toddy plates ca. 1800-40; both with raised molded rims: black transfer of man and chickens with rural house in background and flower and leafage rim, glazed in blue and yellow, 4 1/2”d; blue transfer of flowers and infilled with brown, green and yellow having flower and leafage rim, 4 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  283. 3 English pearlware & 1 ironstone cup plates ca. 1825-45; blue transfer of ivy leaf grid impressed “Clews/ Warranted/Staffordshire”, 3 1/4”d; green and black transfer of caged birds and floral details with impressed spread eagle (Knight Elkin & Co.) and a molded and indented rim, 3 3/4”d; black transfer of two horsemen and a manor house, 3 7/8”d; twelve-sided ironstone plate in green lacy transfer with some red and yellow infill, 4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  284. 2 toddy plates & 2 children’s mugs ca. 1800-1940; ironstone toddy plate with sepia transfer infilled with green, red and yellow of a woman organ grinder and girl playing a tambourine with a blue ring rim impressed “Edge, Malkin & Co”, 4 3/4”d; ironstone toddy plate with sepia transfer infilled with blue, green, red and yellow of a woman and man raking hay and an ABC molded rim, 5 1/8”d; creamware child’s mug with mulberry transfer of a press gang shanghaiing a potential seaman with copper lustre bandings on rim and foot, 2 5/8”d, 2 1/2”h; ironstone child’s cup with blue transfer of birds and “Cock Robin” rhyme having black ink back stamp “Real English Ironstone/ Adams/ B&TD 2657/ England/ Micratex”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  285. 4 English ceramic items ca. 1840-1940; oval earthenware creamer/sauce boat on four molded feet in blue, green and red floral design with green and red neck bands and molded dolphin handle; ironstone octagonal base pitcher with molded dragon form handle with black feather transfer infilled with black, blue, green, red and yellow having blue and copper lustre neck and foot bands and impressed “Ironstone/China”; pair of resting Dalmatian figurines on cobalt cushions with gilt collars and ring at base of cushion having a green ink back stamp “Cancaster & Sandland Ltd/Hanley/Staffordshire/ England”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  286. 3 English pearlware items ca. 1810-35; footed bowl with black, blue, brown and green floral designs, 7”d, 3 1/4”h; side plate with broad border decorated with strawberries and leaves, 6 1/4”d; dinner plate in historic blue type transfer of a river scene, ruins, people and livestock, 9 3/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  287. 3 blue shell edged plates ca. 1800-30; side plate with scalloped rim, 6 1/4”d; dinner plate with molded palmate, grain and floral motifs, 10”d; dinner plate with palmate and simple gadrooned type rim and impressed “Adams/ Warranted/ Staffordshire”, 10 1/2”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  288. Pair of pearlware reticulated blue edged & transfer plates ca. 1780-1830; English pearlware reticulated blue edged and blue transfer plates having an open work rim with basket weave border and central transfer of greek key encircling a sphinx motif, 7 3/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  289. Spatterware cup, saucer & cup plate ca. 1840-1940; English earthenware blue spatter bordered handleless cup and saucer; American reproduction yellow bordered school house design cup plate by Cybis, 3 3/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  290. 2 earthenware majolica pieces ca. 1885; shallow bowl with a reticulated rim on three dolphin supports colored in brown, green, rose and yellow marked on base “Wedgwood” “T/WLL”, 9 1/2”d, 3 1/8”h; bamboo motif cuspidor colored in brown, green and yellow, 7 1/8”d, 3”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  291. 3 Begonia leaf trays ca. 1885; one colored in brown, green, pink and yellow, 1”x 7 1/4”x 10 1/2”; one colored in brown, green, pink and yellow with base impressed “Etruscan Majolica/ GS&H” (Griffen, Smith, & Hill), 2”x 9 3/8”x 12”; one colored in brown, green, lavender and yellow with base faintly impressed “Etruscan Majolica/ GS&H”, 1 3/4”x 9 1/8”x 12 1/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  292. 4 earthenware majolica plates ca. 1885; leaf pattern attributed to Edge, Malkin & Co in green, pink and yellow on a brown ground, 8 1/8”d; three plates in flower, leaf and berry: one in brown, green, pink and yellow on a turquoise basket weave ground, 8 1/4”d; one in brown, green, purple and yellow on a brown basket weave ground, 8 1/8”d; one in brown, pink, puce and yellow on a turquoise basket weave ground, 10 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  293. 2 pcs. earthenware majolica ca. 1885-1930; organic frond and scroll basket colored in brown, green and pink with a turquoise interior, 6 5/8”x 8 1/4”x 4 1/8”; bulbous cluster of grapes and leaves wine jug with a vine handle and vine base with impressed English registration mark and colored in brown, green, pink, purple and yellow attributed to Brown-Westhead, Moore & Co, 7 5/8”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  294. 3 pcs. earthenware majolica ca. 1885; globular covered sugar attributed to Wandle & Co, Hanley, England in brown and green bamboo and fern design with English registration mark on base, 4 1/8”d, 4”h; bulbous covered sugar in green, pink and yellow cauliflower motif with lavender interior marked “GS&H” (Griffen, Smith, & Hill), on base, 4 3/4”d, 4 7/8”h; covered bulbous teapot in brown, green, pink and yellow rose and leaf on a turquoise textured ground, 5 3/8”d, 6 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  295. 5 earthenware majolica plates ca. 1885; flower, leaf and berry in brown, green, puce and yellow on a  brown basket weave ground, 8 1/8”d; flower, leaf and berry in brown, pink and yellow on a turquoise basket weave ground, 8 1/4”d; leaf pattern attributed to Edge, Malkin & Co in green, pink and yellow on a brown ground, 8”d; lavender center plate with green and yellow rose bud and leaf design on brown rim, 8”d; green, rose and yellow flower and leaf design on a brown basket weave ground and a yellow rayed rim, 7 7/8”d; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 70.00
  296. 5 earthenware majolica creamers ca. 1885; rustic cylindrical in beige and brown with a beige bird on a green leaved stem, 3 1/4”d, 4 5/8”h; cylindrical with brown, green, pink and yellow flower and leaves on a white woven background, 3 1/4”d, 5”h; tapered cylinder with brown and green flowering leafy stem and woven background, 3 3/8”d, 4 5/8”h; green and yellow pineapple form, 3 3/4”d, 5 1/2”h; green and neutral pineapple form, 3 1/4”d, 4 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  297. Earthenware majolica plates & dessert knife stand ca. 1885-1930; stag and hound plate in brown and green on turquoise with pink flowers on a brown rayed rim, 9 1/8”d; stag and hound plate in brown and green on turquoise with cobalt flowers on a brown rayed rim, 8 1/8”d; Austrian dessert knife set with six majolica handled knives impaling a strawberry pyramid, 6 1/2” knives, 4”x 4 3/8” pyramid; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  298. 4 earthenware majolica plates ca. 1885; yellow stag and hound plate with brown rayed rim, 7 3/4”d; deep dish with brown, green, pink and yellow oriental floral motif with a brown and pink scalloped border, 7 3/4”d, 1 1/4”h; yellow basket weave center with a green and cobalt tropical foliage border, 8 7/8”d; green leaf with yellow edges on a cobalt basket weave rim impressed “GH&S” (Griffen, Smith, & Hill), 7 3/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  299. 3 earthenware majolica pieces ca. 1885; cylindrical pitcher with green, pink and yellow rose and leafage on a wide brown band between yellow diamond lattice borders with base incised “B&F/England”, 5 1/4”d, 8”h; slightly bulbous pitcher with brown, green, pink and yellow roses and foliage on a turquoise band between yellow borders with base having a raised registration mark, 5 1/4”d, 7 1/4”h; tapered cylindrical creamer with green and pink roses and leafage on one side and a yellow and green chrysanthemum and leafage on other side all on a brown bamboo ground, 3”d, 5”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  300. 4 earthenware majolica deep dishes ca. 1885; slightly oval deep dishes with central three stem fern type foliage and rayed rims with varying colors, 1 1/4”x 6 7/8”x 7 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  301. 4 earthenware majolica pitchers ca. 1885; cylindrical with brown and green maple leaves on a white ground with yellow spots, pale lavender interior and base impressed “GS&H” (Griffen, Smith, & Hill), 3 1/2”d, 5”h; slightly bulbous having an upper white band with brown, green, pink and yellow roses and leafage with lower brown band of diamond lattice, 4 1/4”d, 6 1/8”h; three-sided form having two panels with an owl and fans attributed to Eureka Pottery with handle panel having a bamboo motif, 6 3/8”h; tapering cylindrical with white flowering branches having one with a bird, detailed with gilt highlights all on a basket weave round with shading from pinkish-red to maroon, 4 3/4”d, 7”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  302. 4 earthenware majolica pieces ca. 1885; leaf tray with open handle in beige, browns and greens, 1 1/4”x 5 1/2”x 7 1/4”; leaf dish in beige, brown, green and pink, 1 1/8”x 7”x 7 1/4”; scallop shell dish in brown, green and yellow with base impressed “Wedgwood”, 8 1/2”x 8 5/8”; green leaf plate with base having a black ink stamp “Edge Malkin & Co”, 9 1/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  303. 3 earthenware majolica pitchers ca. 1860-1930; greenish squat globular form with two medallions of cottages nestling around a high tower, 6 7/8”d, 5 1/8”h; cylindrical ear of corn in green and yellow, 4 1/4”d, 7 1/4”h; figural smiley face head in brown and green, 8”x 5 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  304. 2 earthenware majolica trays ca. 1885; oval geranium motif impressed “Etruscan Majolica/ GS&H” (Griffen, Smith, & Hill), 1 3/8”x 9 5/8”x 11 7/8”; rectangular sunflower and begonia leaf design, 1 3/8”x 8”x 10 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  305. 3 earthenware majolica creamers & cup & saucer ca. 1875-85; squat creamer with green oak leaves and yellow acorns on a rustic ground, 3 3/8”d, 2 7/8”h; tapered cylindrical creamer with pink flower and green leaves on a cobalt band between yellow diamond lattice bands with a brown handle, 2 3/4”d, 3 7/8”h; slightly bulbous green fern creamer on brown bamboo ground with raised diamond registration mark attributed to Wardle & Co having a lavender interior, 3”d, 4 3/4”h; handled cup and saucer with bamboo stalks and foliage and dark lavender interior with base impressed “Etruscan Majolica/GS&H” (Griffen, Smith, & Hill); Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  306. 12 earthenware continental majolica plates ca. 1900-30; ten different patterns decorated in typical majolica colors with manufacturers including: “Sarreguemines”, “Villeroy & Bock, Schramberg” and others, 5 5/8”- 8 3/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  307. 6 tin trade advertising machine oil cans ca. 1920-60; various sizes and types including: Dixon’s Spring Oil & Solvent with top/side cap; Simoniz Co. brake juice; Mirrolike Mfg. “Neats Foot”; Oster “Bestoil” with top/side cap; two Texaco Home Lubricants; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  308. 4 trade advertising motor oil cans ca. 1930-60; 2 gallon Richfield Oil Corp. “Rocor Motor Oil” with blue and white flying eagle graphics; 2 gallon “Vita Power” premium motor oil; 2 gallon “Wearwell Pure Full Bodied Motor Oil”; Radbill Oil Company, Phila.”; Penn-Rad 10 quart size marked 1935; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00
  309. 3 oil related trade cans ca. 1920-50; one gallon Vacuum Oil Co. Mobiloil “B” “Gargoyle” can with pour spout, 5 1/4”x 5 1/4”x 11”; two gallon Atlantic Refining Co. “Capitol Motor Oil”, 7 1/4”x 7 1/4”x 10 3/4”; “Indian Head” hydraulic brake fluid with “Chief Permatex” graphics, 4”x 1 3/4”x 6 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  310.  2 ornamental radiator caps ca. 1920-30s; Plymouth flying lady with chrome plating in wooden and glass display, 5”x 3”; Buick art nouveau “Lady Liberty” on wooden base, 5”x 3”; Estimate $600.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 500.00
  311. Gillette tire display ca. 1920-30s; metal pinch style display stand painted yellow with black paint lettering holding a Ford wire rim and Dunlop tire, 15 1/2”x 12”x 7 1/2” base, 20” rim; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 280.00
  312. Armstrong “Rhino-Flex” tire display stand ca. 1950-60s; signed “Stout Sign Co.” holding a Ford wire wheel and a Dunlop tire, 14”x 13 1/2”x 7”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 300.00
  313. Pennsylvania tire display ca. 1920-30; made by Cardinal Products with blue base paint and yellow stencil of Pennsylvania Tire with the stand holding a wire frame and inner tube, 15”x 10 1/4”x 7 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 260.00
  314. Pegboard display of auto related tags ca. 1930-70; display of 40 advertising bumper tags and auto show tags including: early enamel State Auto Assn. Insurance; Mobile “Winged Pegasus” license topper; Tydol Oil bumper tag; Town & Village Insurance Service; Farm Bureau Insurance tags; several AAA club tags; 27”x 31 1/2” display; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 525.00
  315. 3 porcelain/agate trade signs ca. 1940-58; 1948 round Texaco star sign with four colors, 15”d; two-sided Nationwide Insurance sign with fishtail ends dated 1958 with three colors, 21 1/2”x 12”; two-sided round Farm Bureau Insurance with three colors, 15”d; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 525.00
  316. Tin Ephrata Steam Laundry sign ca. 1910-30; two-sided bracket type sign with band bracing and painted black with yellow lettering “Brach Office Ephrata Steam Laundry” (from Reamstown), 16”x 10”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 400.00
  317. Gollam’s Lebanon Ice Cream sign ca. 1940-70; two-sided tin sign with black embossed lettering in a shield on a yellow ground with hanging brackets, 45”x 29 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 775.00
  318. Richcraft Inn sign ca. 1930-60; tin sign with wooden frame lettered “Richcraft Inn” with “AAA” panel at top, 31”x 73 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 200.00
  319. Painted tin law office sign ca. 1900-40; gold letters painted on a black background “Law Offices of Albert Kushinksy” mounted in a black painted cove-molded wooden frame, 84”x 18”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00
  320. 2 porcelain/agate signs ca. 1900-30; three color trade sign for “Finck’s Detroit Special Overalls” with a smiling pig marked “H.D. Beach Co., Ohio” and dated 1907, 9”x 12”; “Watch Your Step” sign in black and white, 21”x 3 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 450.00
  321. 2 Dairymen’s League member porcelain signs ca. 1910-30; blue and white colors, 14”x 7”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  322. Texas & Southwestern Cattle Raisers sign ca. 1950s; blue background with white lettering, 20”x 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  323. York Co. trade sign ca. 1940s; three color screen printed tin sign advertising “York’s Best Landlord”, 20”x 14”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  324. Harper General Store sign ca. 1870-1900; softwood board with chamfered and shaped ends having an applied drop to the center and black lettering on a cream ground stating “Harper General Store” on front and “Thank You” on back fitted with the original iron mounting brackets, 95”x 18”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 600.00
  325. Large brass train engine bell ca. 1890; brass bell with iron clapper mounted in a stationary iron harp, 12”d bell; Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 500.00
  326. Set of 4 brass powder measures ca. 1850-1900; graduated set of brass powder measures with wooden handles each marked “Grammes Poudre” with two marked on bottom of cap “HN” with an anchor, 5 1/4”- 5 1/2”x 1”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  327. 2 part redware candy mold with metal stand ca. 1920; redware mold of a seated rabbit having a glazed interior and unglazed exterior with its metal stand each trademarked “Bram.” with pattern number, 4 1/4”x 4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  328. Civil War Union soldier in gutta percha case ca. 1864; daguerreotype photo of a seated soldier wearing a broad brim hat, blue colored pants and brass buttons having two 3¢ stamps on back dated 1864 in ink all in a gutta percha case with center medallion, 2 1/2”x 1”x 3”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 240.00
  329. Assembled group of metalware ca. 1890-1930; Grand Union Tea Co. spice set of six round tins in a tray basket, 8 1/4”x 5 1/2”x 4 1/4”; two embossed ABC tin plates including Jumbo the elephant and Cock Robin Murder, 6 1/4” & 7 7/8”d; small green enameled and pewter cream pot with pewter handle, lid and spout, 3 1/2”d, 5 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  330. Chalk Indian & iron match safe ca. 1900-30; paint decorated  iron wall mount match safe depicting hanging bird, rabbit, hunter’s pouch and hunt horn, 5 3/8”x 1 1/4”x 8 1/2”; chalk standing Hiawatha statue with head dress, 5”x 6”x 18 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  331. Paint decorated & date slide lid box ca. 1874; red painted box in simple nail construction with black paint initials “EH” and dated “1874” having lid with jack plane marks and two thumb-tip notches, 11”x 6 3/4”x 5 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 250.00
  332. 2 metal primitives ca. 1830-60; square base toleware apple tray with japanning and pomegranate design border, 12 1/4”x 12 1/4”x 3”; fat/betty lamp with hinged lid and hand wrought hook signed “H&P Boker”, 3 1/2”x 2 3/4”x 4 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  333. Hand wrought slide-bar latch lock ca. 1740; ornate plate backed slide latch with spring operated catch having a back plate with tombstone upper cusp, 6 1/4”x 8” plate, 9” bar; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  334. Large toleware tea bin ca. 1850; arch front bin with #1 on lift lid, painted medallion in center of arch panel depicting an oriental woman and scroll pin striping around border, 12 1/2”x 13 1/2”x 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  335. 2 scroll  top store spice tins ca. 1850-1900; both with hinged tops that can be turned to what spices are in container with the can having a center lady medallion with lower lift lid, 8”x 7 1/2”x 11 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00
  336. 2 primitives ca. 1860-1900; punched tin and walnut framed foot warmer with heart design vertical panels, 9”x 7 1/2”x 5 3/4”; cylinder-shaped coffee tin with domed top, 5 1/2”d, 7”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  337. Large model of a 2 mast ship ca. 1940-1960; detailed model crafted of mahogany plywood and mahogany plank decking having six sails outfitted with hand-crafted block and tackle having a working rudder, large keel, bulk heads and all riggings appear complete, 57”x 13”x 63”; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 450.00
  338. Red painted wooden child’s wheelbarrow ca. 1920-30s; mortise and tenon constructed wooden wheelbarrow having six spoke wooden wheels having steel bands, 41 1/2”x 16”x 14 1/2”; 12”d wheels; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  339. Smoke decorated tin kettle ca. 1850-1900; cream and smoke decorated kettle with three part lid and arched handle, 12 1/2”d, 17”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 65.00
  340. Ash splint 2 handle gathering basket ca. 1840-1900; square bottom basket with two large grasp handles having high sides and large splint upper bands, 22 1/2”d top, 21”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  341. Primitive 7 drawer spice cabinet ca. 1820-50; wall spice box made from white and yellow pine in six over one drawer construction with brass drawer pulls and peak topper in yellow and red sponge spatter paint decoration, 7”x 3 1/2”x 12 1/4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 160.00
  342. Weatherly Ice Cream advertising tray ca. 1913; American Artworks Co. tray with picture of “Janice” wearing a mink cap and coat, 12 3/4”x 16”x 1 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  343. Melon shaped basket ca. 1840-90; oak splint gathering basket, 17”x 16”x 15”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  344. Field keg ca. 1860-90; coopered oak field keg with a pewter lid and a bail handle, 10”x 6”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  345. Wooden powder flask & redware pie plate ca. 1840-60; wooden powder flask with iron end bands and initialed “VD”, 5”x 4”x 5”; plain redware pie plate, 8”d, 2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 230.00
  346. 3 oak splint gathering baskets ca. 1840-90; one with rectangular base and bentwood handle, 15”x 12”x 15”; round based gathering basket with bentwood handle, 10 1/2”d, 11”h; one square base with bentwood handle, 8”x 8”x 8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 70.00
  347. Pair of wrought iron hinges ca. 1840-60; diamond shaped hand wrought iron hinges, 6 1/2”x 4 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  348. 3 pcs. Gaudy Ironstone hollowware ca. 1849; all with octagonal bases decorated in burnt orange with yellow detailing on a flow blue floral design: covered teapot impressed “Ironstone” on base, 9”x 5 3/4”; creamer impressed “Ironstone” on base, 5 1/2”x 3 3/4”; covered sugar, 7 5/8”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  349. Gaudy Ironstone covered tureen & under tray ca. 1849; covered tureen with octagonal base and under tray both impressed “Ironstone” with the tureen also impressed “Mellor Venables & Co” with 1849 registration mark having a flow blue floral design with burnt orange and yellow detailing; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  350. Gaudy ironstone covered vegetable dish ca. 1849; English ironstone dish with octagonal base impressed “Ironstone” and “Mellor Venables & Co” with an 1849 registration mark having flow blue floral design with burnt orange and yellow detailing, 8 5/8”x 10 3/4”x 13 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  351. Gaudy ironstone platter & 6 sauce dishes ca. 1849; English octagonal platter impressed “Ironstone” with flow blue floral design with burnt orange and yellow detailing, 11 3/4”x 15 3/8”; sauce dishes in flow blue floral design with burnt orange and yellow detailing having twelve panel rims and impressed “Ironstone”, 5 1/8”d, 1”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  352. Graduated set of 3 Gaudy ironstone open vegetables ca. 1849; English Gaudy ironstone octagonal open vegetables with smaller two impressed “Ironstone” having flow blue floral design with burnt orange and yellow detailing, 1 7/8”x 6 7/8”x 8 7/8”; 2 1/8”x 7 1/2”x 10”; 2 3/8”x 8 1/4”x 11”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  353. Gaudy ironstone octagonal base platter & pitcher ca. 1849; English Gaudy ironstone octagonal platter, 7 5/8”x 10 1/8”; octagonal base pitcher impressed “ironstone” with flow blue floral design with burnt orange and yellow detailing, 8 3/4”x 6 1/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  354. 6 Gaudy ironstone dinner plates ca. 1849; 14-panel plates in flow blue floral design with burnt orange and yellow detailing with four impressed “Ironstone”, 9 1/8”d, 9 1/4”d, 9 3/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  355. 6 Gaudy ironstone luncheon plates, cups & saucers ca. 1849; twelve panel luncheon plates and handleless cups with sixteen panel saucers impressed “Ironstone” in flow blue floral design with burnt orange and yellow detailing; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  356. 3 Gaudy ironstone deep dishes/soup plates & pair of toddy plates ca. 1850; three twelve-panel rim dishes with grape clusters and leaves detailed with copper lustre and enhanced with foliage; pair of fourteen-panel rim toddy plates with two sunrise type flowers and two pairs of fiddle back foliage bracketing a flower blossom and impressed “Ironstone”, 5”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  357. 2 early Adams Rose pattern plates ca. 1890-1930; with black ink back stamp “Staffordshire/ England” and Royal Arms and impressed Crescent Pottery mark of George Jones and Sons, 10 3/8” & 10 1/2”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  358. Late Adams Rose teapot, creamer & sugar ca. 1890-1930; all with black ink back stamp “Staffordshire/ England” and Royal Arms: covered bulbous teapot, 6”d, 8 5/8”h; oval base creamer, 5 5/8”x 3 1/2”x 4 1/4”; bulbous covered sugar, 5”d, 6”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 800.00
  359. 5 late Adams Rose bowls ca. 1890-1930; English earthenware all with black ink back stamp “Staffordshire/ England” and Royal Arms and one with impressed Crescent Pottery mark of George Jones and Sons, (2) 5 1/2”d, 2 3/4”h; (2) 6 1/4”d, 3”h; (1) 7”d, 3 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  360. 4 late Adams Rose platters ca. 1890-1930; English earthenware all with black ink back stamp “Staffordshire/ England” and Royal Arms and also impressed with Crescent Pottery mark of George Jones and Sons, 7 1/2”x 10 5/8”; 9 1/4”x 13 1/8”; (2) 9 7/8”x 14 1/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  361. Desirable late Adams Rose milk pitcher ca. 1890-1930; English earthenware oval base milk pitcher with scalloped fluted rim having black ink back stamp “Staffordshire/ England” and Royal Arms, 8 1/4”x 6 1/4”x 6 7/8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 190.00
  362. 2 late Adams Rose pitchers & 2 creamers ca. 1890-1930; all with oval bases, black ink back stamp “Staffordshire/ England” and Royal Arms; creamers also impressed with an obscure registration mark and have scalloped fluted rims; 7 1/2”x 4 1/2”x 5 1/2” & 6 5/8”x 4 1/8”x 5” pitchers; 5 5/8”x 4 1/8”x 4 5/8” creamers; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 350.00
  363. Late Adams Rose pitcher & 2 creamers ca. 1890-1930; all with black ink back stamp “Staffordshire/ England” and Royal Arms: bulbous pitcher, 5 3/8”d, 6 3/8”h; pair of bulbous creamers, 3 5/8”d, 4 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00
  364. 10 late Adams Rose plates, cup & 3 saucers ca. 1890-1930; English earthenware with black ink back stamp “Staffordshire/ England” and Royal Arms with some also impressed with Crescent Pottery mark of George Jones and Sons: handleless cup and three saucers; pair of side plates, 6 7/8”-7”d; pair of luncheon plates, 8 3/4”d; pair of dinner plates, 9 5/8”d; four dinner plates, 10 1/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 425.00
  365. Pair of late Adams Rose soup plates & 3 open vegetables ca. 1890-1930; English earthenware with black ink back stamp “Staffordshire/ England” and Royal Arms with Crescent Pottery mark of George Jones and Sons: pair of soup plates, 8 7/8”d, 1 5/8”h; three oval open vegetables, 1 5/8”x 6”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  366. Group of assorted door hardware ca. 1730-1840; early hand wrought Suffolk thumb latches with clip bottoms: one simple double onion design, one ornamental floral upper cusp with shell pattern thumb latch and one heart and flower design upper cusp with thumb latch; unsigned German box/elbow lock with slide dead bolt; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 70.00
  367. Child’s paint decorated plank bottom chair ca. 1890-1920; having turned legs, flat seat and three rod back with turned baluster ends having a simple arch top with rose and floral design with a brown-red base color and green and yellow accent paint, 10”x 10 1/2”x 20 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  368. 2 paint decorated wooden footstools ca. 1850-1910; pine splay leg bench with fine faux mahogany graining and green and yellow pin-striping; Empire style footstool with four splayed turned legs and stencil decorated tray form top; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  369. 3 brass candlesticks ca. 1830-60; match pair of push-up candlesticks with square and bevel base and three level scroll design pedestal, 3 3/4”x 3 3/4”x 8 1/4”; pan base chamber stick with finger grasp and push-up stem, 6 3/4”x 5 1/4”x 5 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  370. Strap of sleigh bells ca. 1880-1900; 33 graduated cast brass bells with ornamental casting and size number on each bell and clipped to an early leather strap, 1 3/8”x 72”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00
  371. Rye straw basket & wall pocket ca. 1890-1920; pedestal based ryestraw basket, 9 3/4”d, 4”h; green painted tramp art style wall pocket with pine tree shaped back and two pockets with one having diamond cut-outs with star chip work decoration and turkey foot chip carved accent, 8”x 3 1/4”x 17”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  372. 2 homemade Parchisi game boards ca. 1900-30; square red painted board with hand-drilled marble holes and includes earthen marbles and single bone dice, 12”x 12”x 3/4”; one pie board with banded paint decoration having “X” braces on underside, 18 1/2”x 18 1/2”x 1/2” with 3/4” braces; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  373. Hand wrought fire trivet ca. 1840; sawtooth adjustable trammel with two feet, handle rest bracket and handle with shaped grasp and capped with iron disc, 9 1/2”d, 25”x 43”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 90.00
  374. Hand wrought iron adjustable candle lamp ca. 1700-1800; having a sawtooth adjustable crane, fold-down candleholder tray with candle holders having cone shaped push-up rods crafted for folding and storage, 7”x 3” tray, 6” arm, 26” trammel; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 550.00
  375. 2 arm candle lamp with pad feet ca. 1800-1920; trim pad foot lamp stand with two arm adjustable candle stick having a small lamp hanger hook and arm slides on a central tapered rod with molded base, 11 1/2”x 23 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 220.00
  376. Wrought iron combination rush/candle lamp ca. 1730-1800; raised dish base lamp stand with twist tong and off-set arm cone-shaped candle holder, 6 3/4”d base, 12”h, 4” arm; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 350.00
  377. 2 continental-style fat lamps ca. 1700+; both hand wrought: one early ship lamp with round enclosed lamp having a single wick on hinged harp and hook, 4 1/2”d; one late re-created double cruise lamp with floral crest top, wire wick prick and jamb peg, 2 3/4”x 3 1/2”x 8 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  378. 2 hand wrought lighting devices ca. 1850-1900; betty lamp with hinged lid and wrought jamb peg, 3 1/2”x 4 1/2”x 5 1/2”; miner’s sticking tommy candle holder with jamb spike and hook, 12”x 3”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  379. Reproduction sawtooth kettle trammel ca. 1920-40; having an adjustable hook resting on bottom of rod hanger with rod having a ring top, 41”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  380. Tin heart shaped cheese mold ca. 1850-1900s; tin pan with beveled/sloped sides on triangular feet with three pierced work pinwheel and scroll patterns, 14 1/2”x 15”x 2 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 625.00
  381. National Specialty Mfg. iron coffee grinder ca. 1850-1910; cast iron hand crank grinder with iron lid, single drawer base and painted red with pin-striping and other decorative work, 6 1/2”x 6 1/2”x 13 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 230.00
  382. 2 wooden household primitives ca. 1860-1910; Shaker-type metal banded wooden spice box with eight interior round spice boxes having stencil name identifiers, 9 1/2”d, 3 7/8”h; softwood dovetailed slide-lid candle box, 5 1/2”x 3 3/8”x 10 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  383. 2 painted pantry boxes ca. 1850-80; both green-gray painted oval-shaped band boxes having softwood tops and bases with ash splint bands and steel nails, 4 3/4”x 5 3/4”x 2 3/4”; 6 1/4”x 7 1/4”x 3 1/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 300.00
  384. Primitive wooden tray and winder ca. 1830-60; homemade box having a tool tray base with center wheel lathe style handle having a pointed end, 15 1/4”x 6”x 14” box, 7 1/4”d wheel; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  385. Group of wooden kitchen primitives ca. 1850-1900; softwood utensil tray with sloped sides and carry handle, 14 1/2”x 9 3/4”x 7”; seven turned rolling pins in various forms and types of wood, 1 1/4”- 2 1/2”d, 11 1/4”- 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  386. 6 wooden carved spoons ca. 1830-1900; of cherry and walnut woods in primitive to expertly crafted forms with two initialed by makers, two with decorative chip carved handles and one steam bent walnut, 1 3/4”- 2 1/4”x 5 1/2”- 7”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  387. Assorted kitchen primitives ca. 1850-1900; round wooden band box with ash splint bands and wooden pegged top and base, 7 1/8”d, 2 3/4”h; hand-carved burl walnut mortar with millet stone, 5”d, 3”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  388. 6 wooden carved spoons ca. 1830-1900; of maple and cherry woods with three of them having bowl rim hooks and one having chip work decoration, 1 3/4”-2”x 6”- 7 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  389. 2 wooden bowls ca. 1830-90; burl oak carved bowl with open grasp handle and early tin patches to cracks, 8 1/2”d, 5 1/4”h; turned walnut bowl with large side ear, 10”d, 5”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  390. 4 carved wooden butter paddles ca. 1880-1940; one carved cherry with deep ladle and arched handle; one carved walnut having a bent shaft with hook top handle; one walnut with double hook shaped handle; one later reproduction with S-hook handle, 3 1/2”-5”x 8”- 8 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  391. 4 PA redware items ca. 1870; three slightly bulbous jelly jars with thickened rounded rims and yellowish-brown or reddish-brown glaze, 4 1/2”-5”d; molded food mold with four palmate leaf motif each bracketed by a pair of prominent ribs with a plain central cone sitting on a nine petaled base with yellowish-brown to olive green glaze, 7 3/4”d, 2 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  392. 2 PA slipware dishes ca. 1880; yellow two-quill slip cup designs on a reddish-brown lead glaze attributed to Willoughby Smith (Womelsdorf, PA), 7 1/4”d, 1 3/8”h & 7 1/4”d, 1 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00
  393. 2 pcs. Stahl PA redware ca. 1941-48; chamber stick with brown speckles on tan lead glaze, ruffled edge saucer, ruffled edge banded stick with green on brown socket, rolled handle with ball terminals and incised base “Made by I S Stahl/Aug 24th 1941/ The weather cool and cloudy/ No 74”, 4 3/8”d, 4 1/8”h; miniature covered bulbous crock with applied lug ear handles, mahogany brown glaze, raised brown shoulder band, dome lid with brown conical finial and two incised brown rings and incised on base “Made by RR Stahl 1/9/48”, 2 3/4”d, 4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00
  394. Redware cup colander & Rockingham glazed cow creamer ca. 1870; PA lead glazed redware handled cup colander having a thickened molded rim, strap handle, three short stub feet and brown glaze, 3 3/8”d, 3”h; Rockingham glazed earthenware cow creamer standing on a concave oval base, 5 1/2”x 3 1/8”x 5 1/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  395. Redware flower pot & 2 redware turksheads ca. 1880; flower pot with attached saucer having a scalloped rim with eight indentations and brown lead glaze, 4 1/8”x 4 3/4”; PA scalloped bowl food mold with fourteen swirled ribs ending in an open cone having reddish-brown on an olive green lead glaze with manganese sponging, 7 1/4”d, 2 3/8”h; PA scalloped bowl food mold with fifteen swirled ribs ending in an open cone having reddish-brown lead glaze with manganese sponging, 8 1/2”d, 3 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  396. Thomas Stahl redware jar ca. 1936; bulbous miniature jar with pair of applied lug ear handles with two incised shoulder rings and everted rim, olive brown lead glaze and base incised “Made/in/Stahl’s Pottery/by/Thomas Stahl/Sept 9th/1936”, 3 3/4”d, 4”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  397. McCoy tankard & mixing bowl ca. 1925; McCoy earthenware tapered cylindrical tankard in green glazed grape motif, 5”d, 8 1/8”h; mixing bowl having a tan glazed cottage garden motif, 9 1/8”d, 5”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  398. 2 stoneware Bristol glazed pitchers with cobalt wash ca. 1900-40; both in tapered cylindrical form: one with fruit and leaves within a cartouche with scroll surrounds and rope form handle, 5 1/2”d, 8 1/8”h;one plain, 5 3/8”d, 8 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  399. 3 cuspidors ca. 1860-1930; two Rockingham glazed earthenware cuspidors: one twelve-paneled form with everted cone and round clean out inside, 8”d, 4”h and one open bowl form with molded grape clusters on side, 7 1/8”d, 4 7/8”h; open bowl stoneware form with blue sponged Bristol glaze, 7 1/8”d, 4 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  400. 4 earthenware majolica pieces ca. 1885; tapered cylindrical creamer with flowers and foliage on brown basket weave ground and a yellow rim; cylindrical creamer with flowers on a rustic brown ground; cylindrical creamer with leaves on a rustic turquoise ground; oval deep dish of three ferns with a brown rayed border; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  401. Vintage slip decorated redware crock ca. 1940-60; ovoid redware crock with yellow slip design in the manner of J&E Norton, Bennington, VT motifs with pair of applied lug ear handles, everted flattened rim and reddish-brown lead glaze, 8 3/4”d, 9 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  402. 2 handled PA redware crock ca. 1840-60; bulbous crock in reddish-brown lead glaze with fine manganese streaking, thickened rounded rim and pair of ribbed strap handles, 10 5/8”d, 11 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  403. Redware Thomas Stahl vase ca. 1948; bulbous vase with applied grape cluster and leaves with vertical fish scales and ball bracket handles, extended flared ruffled rim and flared foot with incised undulated neck line, dark brown lead glaze with black cluster, leaves and handle balls and incised on bottom “Made in Stahl Pottery/by Thomas R Stahl/ the weather/ cloudy, warm/ June 18, 1948”, 5 3/4”d, 6 3/8”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  404. Cobalt decorated Cowden & Wilcox jug ca. 1870; salt glazed stoneware slightly bulbous jug with simple brushed cobalt flower, brushed cobalt daubs at handle terminals and impressed “Cowden & Wilcox/ Harrisburg, PA” with Albany slip glazed interior, 7 3/8”d, 10 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  405. Berks County advertising jug ca. 1860-1930; Bristol glazed cylindrical jug with slipped cobalt cursive legend “Pure Neversink Rye” (Berks Co., PA); possibly a Fulper Pottery piece, 7 3/8”d, 11”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 230.00
  406. Shenfelder cobalt decorated jug ca. 1885; salt glazed stoneware ovoid jug with typical brushed cobalt Shenfelder flower and foliage motif impressed “DP Shenfelder/ Reading, PA/ 1” having brushed cobalt daub at handle base and an Albany slip interior glaze, 8 3/8”d, 12 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 350.00
  407. Stoneware advertising jug & redware jelly jar ca. 1860-1930; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware advertising jug with manganese stenciled legend “FE Smith/ Steelton, PA”, 5 3/4”d, 8 3/4”h; PA-type slightly bulbous readware jelly jar in dark brown lead glaze with a rolled rim, 4 1/8”d, 4 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  408. Cobalt decorated 2 gallon stoneware jar ca. 1860; slightly bulbous salt glazed jar with brushed cobalt flowers and foliage around shoulder, pair of applied lug ear handles with cobalt daubs at terminals and impressed “2” on shoulder, 8 3/4”d, 12 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 240.00
  409. Unsigned Shenfelder jar ca. 1885; salt glazed stoneware cylindrical jar with typical Shenfelder brushed cobalt undulating foliage and flowers having a recessed interior flange to seat a lid, a narrowed neck and two mid-section incised rings, 5 3/8”d, 8 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  410. Molded Bristol glazed beer pitcher ca. 1890; American Bristol glazed bulbous stoneware pitcher with cobalt wash highlights having many molded motifs including: large leaf with “Prosit”, large medallion of an Irishman, bust of George Washington medallion and a pair of bull dog heads with piercing to mount a bail handle probably of New York origin, 7 1/2”d, 10 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  411. 3 early Roseville pitchers ca. 1900-40; cylindrical bridge design, 5 1/4”d, 5 5/8”h; bulbous landscape design with a molded cottage, fence and trees, 7 1/8”d, 7”h; slightly bulbous tulip design, 6 1/2”d, 7 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  412. 4 English Ironstone stick spatter decorated dishes ca. 1860-75; soup plate with diamond, stick people, band and ring designs with base impressed “Edge, Malkin & Co”, 8 1/2”d, 1 3/8”h; breakfast plate with chaplets and florets border and black ink back stamp “Ironstone China”, royal coat of arms and “Mayer Pottery”, 7 3/4”d; luncheon plate with oval florets and an inner lattice blue diamond impressed “Tom Kinson, Bro & Co”, 8 3/4”d; dinner plate with stemmed “dogwood” and leaves central motif with bowknot border, 9 3/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  413. Stick spatter creamers, cups & saucers ca. 1875-1930; two creamers: one with a green and red sawtooth border within a pair of blue rings and five mid-section floral motifs above a blue ring on foot with molded stylized acanthus leaf handle terminals, 3 1/2”d, 4 1/8”h; one with six dot florets on a green ring with hand-painted foliage, 3 1/4”d, 3 3/8”h; five English earthenware handleless cups and saucers: one set in purple-red diamond design within green rings; one with pair of green leaves design with three open brown flowers within rings; one open six point green star with open “J” hook motif among purple-red rings; one five blue dot within a red triangular phalanx bracketed by a pair of green rings; one red foliage border within a pair of blue rings and central blue ring; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  414. English earthenware stick spatter decorated covered sugar ca. 1860-90; English bulbous covered sugar with green bands of open six-pointed stars next to red bands of dotted circles among brown rings, 4 7/8”d, 6 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  415. 3 English blue edged pieces ca. 1830-60; oval pearlware shell edged platter, 9 1/4”x 11 3/8”; pearlware toddy plate, 5 3/8”d; earthenware blue edged cup plate impressed “Z”, 4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  416. 4 English pearlware cups & saucers ca. 1810-30; one set black transfer chinoiserie design with infill and hand-brushed floral and foliage border; one set with border of tasseled scrolls having diapered infill connected by flowering vines and floral motifs; one set with red flower within foliage; one set with swirled ridged body, scalloped rim, floral bouquet and solid diapered border with graduated feathering on lower side; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  417. 4 English rose variant plates ca. 1780-1840; creamware dinner plate, 9 7/8”d; pearlware side plate with two copper lustre bands on molded fish scale border, 6 3/4”d; pearlware side plate with basket weave molded border and four open cartouches containing a simple floral design with a central rose motif; pearlware side plate with raised berry and copper lustre leaf border and a central rose motif; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  418. 3 English earthenware stick spatter decorated bowls ca. 1860-1930; one with border of brown suspended balls and dots bracketed by a pair of brown rings with black ink back stamp “England” and Royal Arms, 5 1/4”d; one with rim border of brown suspended leaves above a mid-section band of maroon flowers and leaves, 5 7/8”d; one purple spatter rim above a band of maroon flower heads and green leafage, 6”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  419. 2 English pearlware items ca. 1825; historic blue type transfer oblong creamer depicting three children petting a dog in a basket with a molded arch panel palmate border, blue ink back stamp “Clews” and impressed “Clews Warranted Staffordshire”, 5 1/8”x 3 1/4”x 5 3/4”; handleless cup and saucer with simple four petal, twelve-stroke flower with foliage and buds; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  420. 3 English earthenware child’s ABC plates ca. 1870; all with infilled black transfers: one “Gathering Cotton”, 6”d; one “The Gleaners”, 6”d; one “Franklin’s Proves/Three removes are as bad as a fire/ A rolling stone gathers no moss” impressed “J&G Meakin”, 6 1/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  421. 6 pcs. blue stick spatter “Amish Snowflake” ca. 1860-90; four luncheon plates, 8 5/8”- 8 3/4”d; bulbous covered sugar, 5”d, 7”h; bulbous creamer, 3 5/8”d, 4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  422. 2 Dr. F. Winger cake plates ca. 1900-40; both porcelain plates with rose motif, bluish rim with gilt floral highlights and open handles, 10 7/8”x 11 1/8”: one with oval transfer “Rear view sister house & saal, built 1746, Ephrata, PA”; one rectangular transfer with same title but a different perspective with black ink stamp on reverse “Milar China/ Made in Austria/ Imported Expressly for/ Dr F. Winger/ Ephrata, PA/ Vienna”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  423. 3 continental porcelain pieces ca. 1860-1930; with polychromal floral transfers: a molded scroll and floral rim dish with baby’s breath and rose motif having a frosted finish, 7 3/8”; a three-footed nut dish having molded iris ruffled gilt, rim with central poppy motif and orange ink back stamp “RS Prussia”, 2 1/2”x 6 1/2”; a four-footed covered tureen with a pair of open vertical handles, ruffled pear and gilt rim, rose, lily pond and floral designs, four panel lid with open rococo form handle and orange ink back stamp “RS Prussia”, 7”d, 5 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  424. 5 pieces of F & AM Lodge earthenware ca. 1900-30; Oct. 7th 1913 cobalt washed Athelstan Lodge mug commemorating Norman G. Ritter, James Groelman and George L. Muir with black ink back stamp “Thomas Maddock’s Son’s Co/Trenton, NJ”; 1903 blue-teal washed Rising Star Lodge with orange ink back stamp “Geo Tunnicliffe/Trenton, NJ” and teal-green ink back stamp “W.H. Tatler/Decorating Co”; 1909 Melita Lodge ewer with black transfer, silver lustre flourish and black ink back stamp “Thos Maddock’s Son’s Co/ Trenton, NJ”; 1911 Henry W. Williams Lodge ewer in cobalt wash with black transfer, gilt rim and handle and black ink back stamp “Thos Maddock’s Son’s Co/ Trenton, NJ”; 1911 Thomas R Patton Lodge with blue transfer, neck and ankle rings, gilt highlighting on rim, foot and handle and blue ink back stamp “Thos Maddock’s Son’s Co/ Trenton, NJ”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  425. Cherry wood trencher ca. 1850-80; oblong trencher with two end carved grasp handles, 29”x 15 1/2”x 4 1/8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00
  426. 9 carved wooden primitives ca. 1830-1930; a walnut horse sweat wiping stick; four various ladles including one with a hook handle; a butter paddle with hook handle; fine carved cherry stuffing spoon with a shaped carved handle, a tiger maple spoon initialed “FC” and a dated “1904” with Easter greeting chick in spoon; 2 1/2”- 4”x 10 1/2”- 18 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 170.00
  427. 4 metal kitchen primitives ca. 1830-1920; large tulip-shaped spatula with small handle and ring hanger, 2 3/4”x 9 1/2”; English iron wick trimmer/snuffer, 7”; small pewter pie crimper with fluted wafer wheel, 4” with 1” wheel; later hand wrought iron horseshoe trivet, 6”x 7” with 5 3/4” handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  428. 4 hand wrought kitchen utensils ca. 1830-1990; three tasting ladles including two with tool decorated handles; wrought iron ladle with rattail topped handle, 2 1/4”-3”x 9”- 14 1/2”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  429. 3 wooden kitchen primitives ca. 1740-1850; turned burl-walnut pedestal based soap bowl, 6”d, 3”h; carved walnut measuring cup with open grasp handle, 4”d, 2 1/4”h; round turned walnut scouring bowl, 11”d, 2 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 230.00
  430. Painted washboard ca. 1890s; roller-type washboard in green paint with swag shaped rails, box top, eight turning rollers and a turned spacer bar, 7”x 2”x 14 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  431. Carpenter’s blue painted tool tray ca. 1880-1920; high side tool tray in cut nail construction having a center carry/tote handle and a compass pinwheel design with other five-point decoration, 15 3/4”- 16 1/2”x 8 3/4”x 13 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00
  432. Homemade wooden firkin with lid ca. 1840-1880; hollowed from a single log having two handles with cross brace and rope keeper and bottom initialed “HB” with inside having partial date of “April”, 9 1/4”- 8”d x 9 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  433. Wafer press & revolving hot plate griddle ca. 1800-1830; small statement print wafer press reading “Recuerdo – Del-Ano-Sera” having a carved dove, 2”d, 2”h; round wrought iron griddle for preparing communion wafer with a central pin, long handle and feet, 8”d, 2”h; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 25.00
  434. 2 wooden household primitives ca. 1830-80; southern peg rail with yellow pine rail and turned walnut pegs, 36”x 1 3/4”x 3 1/4”; wooden bread oven peel with heart cut-out, 9 1/2”x 55”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  435. 4 round carve decorated bread boards ca. 1900s; all relief carved: one with welcome and leaf pattern; one wheat head design; one large leaf and flower motif; one “Bread” with butter print carved leaves, 10 1/2”-12”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  436. Group of wooden primitives ca. 1850-1910; stain accented oak splint orschbok basket, 12”x 11 1/2”x 11 1/2”; drawn work scour/cleaning brush made by shaving back green wood saplings, 3”d, 10”h; carved softwood maple sugar mold with six animal carvings and lighthouse, 10 1/2”x 1 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  437. 3 wooden carved bread boards ca. 1890-1930; two softwood boards with relief carved “Bread” and one having a leaf border; one oak with relief carved border of “Our Daily Bread” and flowers, 11 1/4”- 12”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  438. 2 wooden turned plates ca. 1700-1900s; early shallow turned bowl with outside having bands, 15 3/4”d, 2”h; turned walnut wafer tray with raised rim and bands, 13”d, 1”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 300.00
  439. 7 assorted wooden kitchen primitives ca. 1830-1930; two simple butter paddles 3 1/2”x 9” & 3 1/4”x 10 3/4”; child’s rolling pin with turned handles, 1 1/2”d, 9 1/2”h; carved 18th century walnut spoon ,1 3/4”x 8”; rare fat-rendering paddle shaped with many small holes to save scrapes for soap making, 2 1/2”x 11”; wooden carved clothes pin, 6”; late Adirondack two-sided wooden spoon, 10 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  440. Bag of 12 wooden kitchen tools ca. 1890-1950; earlier chip carved round butter print with floral motif, 2 3/4”d, 3”h; two rolling pastry wheels with leaf patterns, 2”d; small square block pattern pastry decorator, 3/4”x 3/4”x 3 3/8”; eight assorted small carved butter mold boxes, 1 3/8”- 1 3/4”d, 1 3/4”-3”h; Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 250.00
  441. Group of assorted wooden kitchen items ca. 1850-1950; double end butter tool with round floral butter print and other end with a wedge-shaped butter working paddle, 1 7/8”x 4 1/2”; floral carved pastry wheel, 2 1/4”d; small springerle mold, 1 7/8”x 3”; eight assorted small round butter print boxes, 1 1/4”- 2 1/4”d, 2 3/8”- 3 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  442. 2 wooden bowls ca. 1880-1900; deep straining bowl with scalloped rim, 11”x 4”; round butter bowl turned from softwood, 11”- 12”x 3 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  443. 2 round wooden serving platters ca. 1700s; both of walnut having exterior band decorations and minor paint accents, 19 3/4”d, 2”h; 19 1/2”d, 1 3/4”h; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 400.00
  444. 7 small kitchen primitives ca. 1850-1930; three honey jar spoons, 1 1/4”- 1 3/4”x 5 3/4”-6 1/2”; small butter paddle, 7 1/2”; two various wooden spoons, 6” & 9”; walnut chip-carved pastry decorating tool, 5 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  445. 5 wooden primitives ca. 1750-1910; two hand-carved photo frames with one having  paint accent and inscription “Ida A. Martin, in Miller Washington Co., PA”; reproduction mahogany lidded wall pocket; small turned round pill box with lid; primitive horse carved cooking board; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 500.00
  446. 8 wooden kitchen primitives ca. 1830-1930; early chip carved twelve-hole spoon holder with scalloped top and chip carved accent, 18”x 1 1/4”x 1 3/4”; seven assorted wooden spoons, 6 3/8”- 8 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  447. 2 wooden turned butter bowls ca. 1840-1900; softwood turned bowls with paint/accented exterior: one small bowl with gray paint, 10 1/4”x 3”; large bowl with early green-blue paint, 16 1/4”x 5”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 270.00
  448. 4 carved wooden spoons ca. 1800-1900; including two with bowl lip hooks and two walnut broad handle spoons, 1 1/2”- 2 1/8”x 6 1/2”- 7 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  449. 2 dolls ca. 1840-90; porcelain head doll with fabric body and antique white dress, 7”x 14”x 1”; composition head doll with fabric body and antique plaid dress, 7”x 14”x 1”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  450. Pull toy horse ca. 1840-60; wooden and paint decorated horse with black tack eyes, leather harness, horse hair mane and tail all on a red painted base with four wheels, 16”x 6”x 15 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 600.00
  451. Small pair of tin & brass coach lamps ca. 1840-80; having three bevel edge glass lenses, swing open rear access door with tin slide out tanks and mounted with brass magnifier and brass bracket mark “M-1802”, 3 1/4”x 3 1/2”x 5 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  452. 2 German Orion skater’s lamps ca. 1930-40; pair of tin lamps marked “Orion” with brass paint and a wire shielded globe, 3 1/2”d, 6 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  453. Manhattan Brass Co. hurricane lantern ca. April 5, 1864 patent; brass and glass safety lantern with “pepper pot” ventilator top having a chain hanger, patent dated globe, brass wick adjuster marked “Hurricane Lamp Co.” and finger lamp base, 3”d, 7 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  454. Brass tin & glass 4 panel candle lantern ca. 1850; tin frame lantern with ring hanger, smoke ring, decoration pierce work roof, four raised feet and four glass lenses including two clear lenses, an amber pressed pattern lens and an amethyst pressed pattern lens, 3 1/8”x 3 1/8”x 11 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  455. Brass hurricane pattern lamp ca. 1870-1900; marked “Hurricane Lantern Co.” on thumbwheel with cone having chain patent dated Dec. 24, 1867, 3 5/8”d, 9 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  456. 2 kerosene lanterns ca. 1915-50; brass Dietz “Sport” model lantern with polished brass, 3 3/4”d, 8”h; Japanese imported tin lantern with blown glass globe, 4”d, 6”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  457. Minor’s tin folding candle lantern ca. Jan 24, 1865 patent; having two isinglass lenses, small candle keeper on hinged door and japanned and stenciled tin, 3 5/8”x 3”x 5 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  458. Tin & glass finger lantern ca. 1860-1900; cup style candle finger lantern with ventilator base, amber colored globe and topped with smoke hood, 4 1/2”x 9 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  459. H&J Sanster’s brass whale oil lantern ca. June 1851 patent; with brass “deck” tag, large brass ring handle, wire shielded fixed globe and whale oil font, 7”d, 13 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00
  460. Tin whale oil lantern with etched shade ca. 1850-90; having an ornate etched globe marked “WC” with a spring release cup style font, 5”d, 12”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 170.00
  461. Tin grease pot lantern ca. 1860-1920; tramp art primitive form made of salvaged tin cans having a ring top, smoke cap on top of four tapered lenses, hinge door access and slide in grease cup font, 4”x 4”x 11”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  462. Brass nautical lock base lamp ca. 1870-1900; having a grape flower design crystal shade in a lighthouse top housing, 6 1/8”d, 8 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  463. Tin egg pattern fixed globe lantern ca. 1830-60; having spring catch cup with whale oil font, brass capped with tin ring top and an egg-shaped globe, 5 5/8”d, 15 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  464. 2 track inspector lanterns ca. 1880-1910; made by Star Head Light & Lantern Co (Rochester, NY): one with a red globe, mercury glass reflector and struck “NYCS”; one Improved Inspector’s model with bulls eye chimney, 8 1/2”x 7 1/2”x 14 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00
  465. Dietz “King Fire Dept.” lantern ca. Aug 27, 1907 patent; with copper font, brass filler, wire guarded globe and wire handle with brass grip, 8”d, 15”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 150.00
  466. 2 folk painted Dietz lanterns ca. 1900-10; one Dietz “Buckeye Dash” driving lantern with bullseye globe, 8”x 6”x 13 1/4”; one Acme inspector lamp, 9”x 7”x 15”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  467. Dietz “King Fire Dept.” lantern ca. Aug 27, 1907 patent; with nickel/galvanized paint to tin surface, copper font, painted iron mounting bracket with bronze locking collar, 8”x 8”x 15”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 170.00
  468. Tin shielded brooder house lantern ca. 1940; safety designed hanging lantern with E. Miller Co. burner and tin pan base with tapered shield and smoke cap, 7”d, 20 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  469. C.T. Ham Mfg. Co. brass tubular lantern ca. 1890 patent; “Clipper Model” lantern with a red globe, patent dated collar, shade lift lever and D-shaped air tubes, 5 5/8”d, 7 1/2”- 5 1/4”x 14”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 100.00
  470. S.H. Co. “Liberty” model lantern ca. 1865-1919; Simmons Hardware trademark tubular lantern with brass font and top shield, tin combination parts and a blue globe, 6 3/4”d, 14 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  471. Rohrmann tin candle lantern ca. 1850; having a ring top, candle base, three glass panels and rear slide-up door, 4 1/2”x 4 1/2”x 14”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  472. Tin & ruby shade whale oil fire lantern ca. 1840s; having an egg-shaped fixed globe with lock in base, clear glass oil font, wire ring hanger and ventilated top with star and diamond decorative pierce work, 4”d, 12”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 220.00
  473. Brass skater/hurricane lantern ca. 1870; brass font and pepper pot top with clear globe, brass chain and loop hanger, 4”d, 10 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  474. Single Rose Gaudy Dutch dome top coffee pot ca. 1830; English pearlware coffee pot having a single border of connected heart shaped dots, 6 1/4”d, 12”h; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 375.00
  475. Single Rose Gaudy Dutch rectangular teapot ca. 1830; English pearlware teapot with single border of connected heart shaped dots, 6 3/8”x 5 1/8”x 6 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00
  476. Single Rose Gaudy Dutch cream & sugar ca. 1830; both with single border of connected heart shaped dots: bulbous creamer, 4”d, 5 1/8”h; rectangular covered sugar with ring and shell bosses, 5 1/2”x 4 7/8”x 6 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 190.00
  477. Single Rose Gaudy Dutch waste bowl ca. 1830; English pearlware with single border of connected heart shaped dots, 5 1/2”d, 2 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  478. Single Rose Gaudy Dutch dinner plate ca. 1830; English pearlware with double border of a leafy vine and large dots interposed by very small dots, 9 7/8”d; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 80.00
  479. Single Rose Gaudy Dutch luncheon plate ca. 1830; English pearlware with double border of a leafy vine and connected heart shaped dots, 8 1/4”d; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00
  480. Butterfly Gaudy Dutch rectangular creamer ca. 1830; English pearlware with single border of a continuous wavy line, 4 7/8”x 3 1/4”x 4 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  481. Butterfly Gaudy Dutch waste bowl ca. 1830; English pearlware with single border of a continuous wavy line, 6 3/8”d, 3”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  482. War Bonnet Gaudy Dutch squat oval teapot ca. 1830; English pearlware covered teapot with sectioned single border of grapes and leaves, 5 7/8”x 5 1/2”x 10 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  483. War Bonnet Gaudy Dutch dinner plate ca. 1830; English pearlware with sectioned single border of grapes and leaves, 9 3/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  484. War Bonnet Gaudy Dutch bulbous pitcher ca. 1830; English pearlware with sectioned single border of grapes and leaves, 5 1/2”d, 5 3/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 450.00
  485. War Bonnet Gaudy Dutch luncheon plate ca. 1830; English pearlware with sectioned single border of grapes and leaves, 8 1/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  486. War Bonnet Gaudy Dutch breakfast plate ca. 1830; English pearlware with sectioned single border of grapes and leaves, 7”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  487. War Bonnet Gaudy Dutch luncheon plate ca. 1830; English pearlware with sectioned single border of grapes and leaves, 8 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  488. Sunflower Gaudy Dutch rectangular teapot ca. 1830; English pearlware with single border of a continuous wavy line, 6 1/4”x 5 1/4”x 10 5/8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00
  489. Grape Gaudy Dutch squat oval teapot ca. 1830; English pearlware with single border of connected heart shaped dots, 6 3/8”x 5 7/8”x 10 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 260.00
  490. Grape Gaudy Dutch dinner plate ca. 1830; English pearlware with single border of connected heart shaped dots, 9 3/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  491. Urn Gaudy Dutch bulbous teapot ca. 1830; English pearlware with helmet style rim and sectioned single border of grapes and leaves, 5 1/2”d, 5 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00
  492. J. Witmer jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1841; wool and cotton jacquard woven coverlet by J. Witmer (Manor Twp, Lancaster Co., PA) with center seam and rolled top edge with fringes on three sides, 94”x 66”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  493. 16 block star quilt ca. 1875; pieced and printed cottons in red, yellow and green with back printed in black and white cottons, 75”x 71”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 350.00
  494. Sawtooth diamond pattern quilt ca. 1880; printed and plain cotton top with a printed cotton back having pinwheel and vine pattern quilting, 84”x 82”; Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 500.00
  495. 25 block star quilt ca. 1850; multiple star blocks on point quilt with two borders in red and yellow printed fabrics and an orange and white check cotton backing, 76”x 74”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 260.00
  496. 9 block patch quilt ca. 1850; nine block pattern pieced quilt with floral and cable quilting, plain border, small pattern printed cottons with blue and gray and white borders, 82”x 75”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 260.00
  497. J. Witmer jacquard coverlet ca. 1844; wool and cotton with self fringing, rolled by hem and center seam woven for Elizabeth Funk, 98”x 77”; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 400.00
  498. 9 patch block on point quilt ca. 1875; with double borders in pink, blue and red block printed  cottons having lavender and white printed edging and a red, blue, brown and white printed back, 75”x 75”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 80.00
  499. Central star pattern quilt ca. 1930; multi-colored central star with small stars between points and multi-colored stripe inner border on a pink ground with pink and white stripe backing, 84”x 82”; Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 130.00
  500. 9 patch with adjoining block quilt ca. 1870; plain cotton pieced fabrics with red border and green ground having parallel pattern quilting in center, cable pattern border and a black and white printed cross-hatch pattern cotton back with green cotton edging, 89”x 87”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 190.00
  501. Double Irish chain pattern quilt ca. 1870; green and pink printed cottons with three strips of red and green pattern print in borders and printed strips as backing in brown, white and red colors, 86”x 83”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 140.00
  502. Christian Yordy jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1848; wool and cotton jacquard four and one weave with self-fringed borders, rose and tulip borders with floral, star and circular leaf central pattern and applied printed cotton top edging woven for Anna Weaver, Willow Street, PA, 96”x 89”; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 260.00
  503. Block on point nine patch quilt ca. 1845; red and white cotton prints pieced on white ground with leaf and vine border quilting, circular and geometric central block quilting, red print cotton edging and a white cotton back, 80”x 77”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 210.00
  504. Pieced cotton geometric block quilt ca. 1880; pieced block on point quilt with triangular pieced borders having three stripe outer border and a black and white stripe cotton backing, 77”x 76”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 160.00
  505. Flower basket patterned pieced quilt ca. 1850; pieced, printed pink cottons on printed green cotton ground with printed blue, black, green, yellow and white back, 83”x 83”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 210.00
  506. 9 block on point pieced quilt ca. 1870; with triple stripe printed yellow and red inner borders and a red printed outer border, 82”x 78”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 260.00
  507. Pieced 16 block patchwork quilt ca. 1850; with two outer borders using printed cottons with central red and white printed center, 80”x 80”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 250.00
  508. 2 pieces of tinware ca. 1860-80; lighthouse-shaped lamp filler with strap braced spout and wired handle; 10 hole small candle mold with tray top and base; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 600.00
  509. 3 embossed tin ABC plates ca. 1890-1920; “Jumbo” plate with large circus elephant, 6”d; “The Story of Cock Robin” with sparrow perched on branch, 7 3/4”d; “The Brownies Looking for Fun” inspired by Palmer Cox, 9”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  510. Wrought iron kick type toaster ca. 1760-90; hand wrought swivel toaster with pad feet, twister rod toast keepers and hanger eyelet on handle, 12 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 220.00
  511. 2 wrought iron fire trivets ca. 1770-1830; “toddy warmer” with cup sized holder mounted on three legs and having a twisted square handle, 4 1/4”d, 5 1/4”h; heart-shaped iron trivet, 5”x 7”x 2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 280.00
  512. 10 tin cookie cutters ca. 1870-1910; including: two horses, flying robin, hen, rooster, three flowers, a guitar and star shapes; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 240.00
  513. 2 wooden butter prints ca. 1820-50; turned burl maple print with pie crust border sprig design, 3 3/4”d, 4”h; cherry print with pineapple design and large grip knob, 4 3/8”d, 3 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  514. 2 bone pie crimpers ca. 1790-1850; one with a lathe turned wheel and handle topped shaped grip, 1 3/4”d wheel, 7”l; one with a small wheel on simple handle, 1”d wheel, 5 1/2”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  515. 2 pie crimpers ca. 1800-1930; one wrought iron with file worked wheel on an S-shaped handle and topped with decorator, 1 1/4”d, 5 1/2”l; one mass-produced wheel with turned wooden handle, 1”d, 7 1/2”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  516. 2 brass wheel pie crimpers ca. 1880-1900; one thick brass wheel with file-work fluting and turned wrought iron shaft on a wooden handle, 1 1/2”d wheel, 7”l; one file-worked wheel on wrought iron shaft and turned handle, 1 1/2”d wheel, 6 3/4”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  517. 2 small oak splint egg gathering baskets ca. 1850-1920; one melon-shaped basket, 5”x 6”x 5”; one primitive form with large oak splints, 7”x 6 1/2”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  518. Child’s basket & rolling pin ca. 1890-1910; orschbock basket with broad handle, upper band and fine oak splint weaving; maple rolling pin with porcelain button capped painted handles; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 600.00
  519. 2 sets of bone handled flatware ca. 1820-50; service for six marked “Mappin & Brothers – Queen’s Cutlery Works, Sheffield”, 8” forks, 9 3/4” knives; service for five marked “Star Cutlery Co”, 6 3/4” forks, 9” knives; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  520. Hand wrought spatula ca. 1929; having openwork crown design on top of handle with pin bit signed “6/27/1929 C.D.H.” and tool work decoration, 11 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 65.00
  521. Pair of E.H. Weidman brass & iron ladles ca. 1890; ladle and skimmer ladle with wrought iron handles struck “E.H. Weidman” (Elizabeth Twp., PA) with tool heart stamp decoration and spade-braced brass bowls, 5 1/4” bowls, 20 1/2”l; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 375.00
  522. 2 hand wrought utensils ca. 1850-1930; spatula with hot strike of A.E. Bachman (Farmersville, PA) in pin rivet construction, 14”; brass and iron ladle with thumb braced bowl, 12”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00
  523. 4 hand wrought kitchen utensils ca. 1840-80; tasting ladle, 10 1/4”; flat spatula, 12 1/2”; two two-prong forks, 9 1/2” & 10 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  524. Tin & glass whale oil lantern with tray base ca. 1880s; having slide over globe with airflow design, ring handle lantern with pierce work top and deflector, adjustor wheel with star and tin top struck with “69847”, 7 3/8”d base, 12 1/2”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 170.00
  525. Tin candle lantern ca. 1860; ring topped small candle lantern with double level chimney, four beveled colored shades with floral accents, four clear panels with decorative tinwork and pierce work raised base, 3”x 3”x 10”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  526. Pierce work  tin & glass tumbler lantern ca. 1850-1900; conical top tin lantern frame with pierce work decoration having a simple glass tumbler to hold candle and hinged cone top with ring, 2 1/2”d, 9”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  527. New England ring top tin candle lantern ca. 1830; lock based lantern with decagon paneled egg-shaped chimney having a wire guard and base perforated for air flow, 3”- 6 1/2”x 17 3/4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 260.00
  528. Red globe fixed shade whale oil lantern ca. 1850; tin lantern with brass spring cup whale oil font, tin ring handle and red globe with wire guard, 5 5/8”d base, 17”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  529. 2 brass Dietz tubular lanterns ca. 1900-15; both with slide-up globes: one marked “U.S. Brass L.W. Tubular” with wire lift on top of lantern and adjustment wheel “Dietz & S.G.&L. Co” having a brass based font, 4 1/4”d, 11”h; later model with adjustable wheel marked “Solar Co.” and a tin base, 4 1/2”d, 11”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  530. Brass hurricane skater’s lantern ca. 1880; Holmes, Booth & Hayden lantern with fluted collar burner, large ring-type handle and slide-over shade, 3 3/4”d base, 10 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  531. Adams & Westlake brass signal lamp ca. 1880+; with four clear off-setting bullseye lenses, breach loaded font and spring catch conical ventilator, 5 1/2”d, 9 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00
  532. Presentation railroad lantern ca. 1880-1900; special order brakeman’s lantern in nickel-plated brass with bell bottom, single wire guard, clear globe copper wheel engraved for WM. Hooper and having a breach screw out load with cup font; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 240.00
  533. 2 Dietz tubular lanterns ca. 1893-1920; brass “Little Star” model with clear “Junior” globe with last patent date being “5/23/1893”, 5 1/4”d, 11”h; nickel plated “Victor” model with last patent date “Aug. 4, 1908”, 5 7/8”d, 13 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 240.00
  534. 2 W.M. Co. tubular lanterns ca. 1890-1920; both by Winfield Manufacturing Co. (Warren, OH) with outside lever globe lift and globes: one “Standard” model and one “Driving Lamp” model with tin reflector shade 5 7/8”d, 13 1/2”ea; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  535. 2 tubular lanterns ca. 1890-1920; Berger lantern with patented turn handle globe lift mechanism, 6”d, 20”h; C.T. Ham Co. driving lamp with reflector shade having a slide-up globe keeper and Ham No. 0 globe, 6 1/2”d, 14”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  536. Group of assorted lamp parts ca. 1900s; green glass candy lantern with tin candle holder, slide-over lid and glass with brass paint accent, 2 1/4”x 2 1/4”x 4 3/8”; brass skater’s lamp base with blue-green glass chimney, 3”d, 6”h; ornate metal handheld candle lantern with red shade, 3 1/4”d base, 7 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 325.00
  537. 3 lighting devices ca. 1900-30; candle lantern with round lamp base wire housing, spring press chimney keeper and wire handle made by Fred Fear with patent date of 11/27/1894, 4 3/4”d, 11”h; brass based kerosene finger lamp with patented air flow mesh collar and patent “11-12-1867” on adjustor knob, 3 1/8”d, 8”h; tin camping candle lantern heater with tubular tin cover and lid with tin strap and hook bracket, 2 3/4”d, 6”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00
  538. Dietz “Protector Trackwalker” lantern ca. 1910 patent; with two wire guard, buckeye-type globe, side ventilator holes, rear lever operated clear/red shade and brass tag for “NYCS”, 6 1/2”d, 15 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 170.00
  539. 2 tubular barn lanterns ca. 1900-30; Rayo Pony Cold Blast lantern with lock-up lever globe lift and a clear globe, 5 3/4”d, 13”h; Ham’s Gem Cold Blast in nickel plated brass, 5 1/2”d, 11 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  540. Buhl model 100 lantern ca. 1900-20; station beacon spotlight made by Buhl Stamping Co. (Detroit), pressed tin shade lamp having a ring tote triangular font with half-round tubular hanger, bun and wire bracket feet and bullseye globe with front lift, 15 3/4”d shade, 7”x 17 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  541. Pair of sandwich glass whale oil lamps ca. 1840-70; having blue milk glass baroque pattern bases with large size horn of plenty pattern milk glass fonts with goblet and ball pattern tops and brass collars with two wick burners and brass unions, 4 3/8”x 4 3/8”x 12 1/2”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 190.00
  542. Pair of sandwich glass whale oil lamps ca. 1850-60; clambroth color lamps having pressed acanthus leaf pattern fonts and bases and pewter collars, 4 1/8”x 4 1/8”x 11 1/2”; Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 350.00
  543. Pair of clear sandwich glass fluid lamps ca. 1845-60; having tulip design fonts with brass collars, two wick burners and column standard on square bases; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00
  544. Tin “sugar house” lantern ca. 1780-1830; hexagon-shaped lantern having a wire loop hanger with clear lens base and raised platform for candle with tin hinged door and strike by maker, 9 1/2”x 6”x 18”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 725.00
  545. 2 burner tin kerosene theater lantern ca. 1880-1900; tapered box/cabinet with two pat. 1836 adjustor knobs, buffalo head smoke cap, carry handle, and glass door downward shielded to cast light on stage surface with side slide panels, 12”- 7 1/2”x 6”x 17” with 2”-3” deflector shield; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 230.00
  546. Sloped roof headlight ca. 1850-1900; with barn ventilator carp, three large clear panes of glass and clear lens in rear access door having copper trim around windows and iron mounting brackets, 18”x 13”x 27”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 150.00
  547. Red King’s Rose dome top coffee pot ca. 1830; English pearlware with vine and flower border, 5 5/8”d, 11 3/4”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 190.00
  548. Red King’s Rose creamer & waste bowl ca. 1830; both English pearlware: oblong shell form creamer with vine and flower border, 4 1/2”x 3 1/4”x 5 3/8”; waste bowl with interior diapered border with four flowered panels, 6”d, 3 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  549. 2 red King’s Rose handleless cups & saucers ca. 1830; both English pearlware with rose and vine borders: one with smooth rim and one with scalloped rim; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  550. 3 red King’s Rose plates ca. 1830; all English pearlware with rose and vine borders: breakfast plate, 7 1/2”d; side plate, 6 1/2”d; toddy plate, 4 3/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  551. Red King’s Rose plate, cup & saucer ca. 1835; English pearlware with rose and vine border: breakfast plate, 7 3/8”d; handled cup and saucer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  552. Pink King’s Rose plate, cup & saucer ca. 1830; English pearlware with rose and vine border: side plate, 6 1/2”d; handleless cup and saucer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  553. 2 Queen’s Rose plates ca. 1830; English pearlware reddish-pink plates with rose and vine border: luncheon plate with indented rim, 8 1/8”d; toddy plate with indented rim, 5 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  554. 3 red King’s Rose plates ca. 1830; English pearlware with solid diapered borders: two breakfast plates, 7 1/2”d; luncheon plate, 8 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  555. 3 red King’s Rose plates ca. 1830; English pearlware with solid diapered borders: two side plates, 5 3/4”d & 6 1/4”d; luncheon plate, 8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  556. 4 pcs. red King’s Rose ca. 1830-35; English pearlware with diapered borders having four flowered panels: handled cup and saucer; side plate, 6 1/8”d; luncheon plate, 8 1/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  557. Red King’s Rose creamer, cup & saucer ca. 1835; English pearlware with undulating ribbon and floral border: bublous creamer, 3 1/4”d, 3 1/8”h; handled cup and saucer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  558. Red King’s Rose plates ca. 1830; both English pearlware: deep dish with solid diapered border, 8 1/4”d, 1 3/8”h; dinner plate with diapered border having four flowered panels, 9 5/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  559. Pair of red King’s Rose dinner plates ca. 1830; English pearlware having solid diapered borders with four flowered panels and second interior feathered border, 9 1/2”d & 9 5/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  560. Set of 5 red King’s Rose plates ca. 1830; English pearlware having solid diapered borders with four flowered panels and second interior feathered border, 6 1/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  561. King’s Rose creamer & variant cup & saucer ca. 1830; all English pearlware: King’s Rose oblong creamer, 3 3/4”x 3 1/4”x 5 3/4”; handleless cup and saucer with variant rose motif having a solid border with four dots and curving lines; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  562. King’s Rose dome top coffee pot ca. 1830; English pearlware oyster and red King’s Rose coffee pot with solid pink-red border having brown tassels and swags, 6 1/4”d, 11 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 250.00
  563. Oyster & red King’s Rose creamer & sugar ca. 1830; English pearlware with solid pinkish-red borders having brown tassels and swags: rectangular creamer, 4 1/2”x 3”x 5 1/2”; covered sugar with pair of applied ring and shell bosses, 5 1/2”x 4 3/4”x 6 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 230.00
  564. Oyster & red King’s Rose waste bowl ca. 1830; English pearlware bowl with solid pinkish-red interior border having brown tassels and swags, 5 1/4”d, 2 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00
  565. 7 oyster & red King’s Rose cups & saucers ca. 1830; English pearlware with solid pinkish-red borders having brown tassels and swags; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 350.00
  566. 2 oyster & red King’s Rose plates ca. 1830; both English pearlware with solid pinkish-red borders having brown tassels and swags: breakfast plate and luncheon plate; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  567. Brick red King’s Rose plate ca. 1830; English pearlware dinner plate with diapered border, 9 3/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  568. King’s Rose plate, cup & saucer ca. 1830; all English pearlware: brick red King’s Rose plate with vine and flower border, 8 1/8”d; handleless cup and saucer in purplish-pink King’s rose motif having a vine and flower border; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  569. Cobalt decorated stoneware milk pan & lid ca. 1870; attributed to the Philadelphia area: tall salt glazed stoneware milk pan with brushed cobalt design of drooping flowers and foliage having a pair of applied lug ear handles, squared molded rim and brushed cobalt daubs on handle terminals, 9 7/8”d, 7 1/4”h; lid with four frond motifs and a concave button knob encircled with a brushed cobalt band, 10 3/4”d, 1 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 325.00
  570. 4 gallon cobalt decorated Cowden & Wilcox jug ca. 1870; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware jug with brushed cobalt design of two beehive flowers and spitting tulip with cobalt daubs at handle terminals and impressed “4/ Cowden & Wilcox/ Harrisburg, PA” with an Albany slip glaze interior, 11 3/8”d, 16 3/8”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 800.00
  571. 3 gallon cobalt decorated Cowden & Wilcox butter churn ca. 1870; cylindrical butter churn in brushed cobalt design of a four flower bouquet having a pair of applied lug ear handles with cobalt daubs at terminals and impressed “Cowden & Wilcox/ Harrisburg, PA/ 3” with an Albany slip glaze interior, 9 5/8”d, 12 1/4”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 1,300.00
  572. 4 gallon cobalt decorated Cowden & Wilcox jug ca. 1870; slightly bulbous jug with brushed cobalt design of two leaves and a cone shape having cobalt daubs at handle terminals, impressed “Cowden & Wilcox/ Harrisburg/ 4” and an Albany slip glaze interior, 11 1/2”d, 17”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 400.00
  573. 4 gallon cobalt decorated Cowden & Wilcox crock ca. 1870; cylindrical stoneware crock with brushed cobalt grape cluster and foliage having a pair of applied lug ear handles with cobalt daubs at terminals, molded rim, flattened top and impressed “Cowden & Wilcox [upside down]/Harrisburg, PA/4” with an Albany slip glaze interior, 12 1/4”d, 10 1/2”h; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 1,950.00
  574. 2 gallon Moyer, Harrisburg crock ca. 1860; salt glazed slightly bulbous crock with brushed cobalt design of two daisy flowers and leaves having a pair of applied lug ear handles with cobalt daubs at terminals, an extended, flattened rim and impressed “Moyer Harrisburg/2” with an Albany slip glaze interior, 9 3/8”d, 10 1/8”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 1,400.00
  575. Redware flower pot & saucer ca. 1870; sponged manganese on a beige-brown lead glaze having a split pie crust rim and two incised lines on shoulder with a dish form saucer attributed to Baecher, 7 3/4”d, 6 5/8” pot, 6 5/8”d, 1 1/4”h saucer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  576. Willoughby Smith 2 color slip pie plate ca. 1870; PA slipware pie plate with green and yellow two-quill slip cup cris-cross design with a yellow centered dot on a reddish brown lead glaze and impressed “W Smith/Womelsdorf” on base, 7”d, 1 3/8”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  577. 2 gallon cobalt decorated H.B. Pfaltzgraff jug ca. 1880; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware jug with brushed cobalt floral motif, cobalt daubs at handle terminals and impressed “H B Pfaltzgraff/York, PA/2”, 9 1/8”d, 13 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 325.00
  578. 2 PA slipware pie plates ca. 1870; both drape formed: three-quill cup with criss-cross yellow slip on a reddish-brown lead glaze with a coggled rim, 8 1/4”d, 1 1/4”h; two-quill cup with a wavy yellow slip on a brownish lead glaze, 7 5/8”d, 1 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  579. 2 PA slipware pie plates ca. 1880-1930; both drape formed: three-quill cup in sigma design with yellow slip on a brownish lead glaze and a coggled rim, 6 3/4”d, 1 1/8”h; Stahl-type plate with four, single quill cup wavy yellow slip lines on a reddish-brown lead glaze, 8 1/8”d, 1 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  580. Pair of terra cotta architectural ornaments ca. 1900-30; hollow ornaments in green glazed conical form with a mass of ribbed shells on a round pedestal with brown bandings and formed with a deliberate hole at the apex, 7”d, 11”h, [Provenance: Ex-Dr. Penrose Collection, Phila, PA]; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 300.00
  581. 20 block pieced quilt ca. 1875; blue and red printed cotton four square blocks with blue and red print borders having brown, tan and black floral print backing, 84”x 71”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 240.00
  582. Lewis Satler jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1842;  blue and red wool with self-fringes on three sides, a rolled top hem and center seam by Lewis Satler (Leacock Twp., Lancaster Co., PA), 93”x 84”; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 170.00
  583. Block on point pieced quilt ca. 1840-60; blue and white printed blocks on point with Irish chain pattern red and white fabrics between and surrounded by a red and white printed border having blue and white cotton banding with white cotton backing, 83”x 82”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 300.00
  584. Jacob Witmer jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1842; red, blue and yellow wool and white cotton stars and floral central pattern with a bird and floral border having a woven and knotted bottom fringe, a center seam and top edge with blue silk woven by Jacob Witmer (Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., PA), 90”x 76”; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 260.00
  585. Block on point pieced quilt ca. 1850; thirty blocks on point on a blue printed ground surrounded by two red and white strips and a blue print outer border with a striped brown, white and red leaf print cotton back and a border with red print edging, 89”x 78”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 325.00
  586. Jacob Witmer jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1846; red, blue and green wool with white cotton having self fringes, rolled top hem, center seam, house borders and central floral motifs made by Jacob Witmer (Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., PA) for Elizabeth Wissler, 94”x 80”; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 475.00
  587. 16 block star quilt ca. 1850; red and yellow printed cotton star blocks separated by pink and green printed blocks with a pink printed border and a black and white printed cotton back, 78”x 74”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 200.00
  588. Double Irish chain quilt ca. 1840; in green and printed red fabric on a white ground having an appliqued red and green printed floral border and a note attached reading: “Double Irish Chain made 1840 by Ruth Paxson Attey given to Beale Attey Armstrong give to Edith Cowen Master”, 90”x 90”; Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 425.00
  589. Jacob Witmer jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1842; red, blue and green wool with a white cotton in rose, star and floral central pattern and bird and tree borders having self fringes and a rolled top hem, 95”x 75”; Additional Photo Estimate $700.00-$900.00 Sold For 270.00
  590. 30 square block on point quilt ca. 1840-60; blocks on point in printed and white cottons surrounded by blue and white star printed blocks with a white band and blue print outer border and a white cotton backing, 71”x 65”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 260.00
  591. 2 alphabet samplers ca. 1855-1900; one made by Sarah Davis and dated 1855, 8 3/4”x 8 3/4”; one undated stitched in wool with floral, star and bird motifs, 9 3/4”x 8 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  592. 2 alphabet samplers ca. 1860-90; one stitched in multi-color woolen thread by E. Griesemer with stag, dog, bird and floral motifs, 11 1/4”x 12 1/2”; one stitched in red cotton thread by “L. Goldhagen” and dated 1873, 15 1/4”x 13 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  593. Martha Spratley sampler ca. 1822 having floral motifs and religious text stitched in silk and cotton threads made by Martha Sprately, aged 7, stitched to a paper backing; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  594. 3 samplers ca. 1870s; one stitched in black thread as a memorial to Frank Hinman, died in 1871, 14”x 12”; one religious text by Sarah Hinman in 1875, 10 3/4”x 12 1/4”; one tribute from “Sarah to dear mother”, 11”x 11”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  595. Tumbling block pattern pieced quilt ca. 1840-60; pieced printed cotton fabrics in a tumbling block pattern surrounded by red, yellow and black floral print border and backed with the same fabric, 81”x 74”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 240.00
  596. Irish chain pattern quilt ca. 1840-60; double Irish chain pattern quilt on white ground with blue, tan and white printed banding, 94”x 93”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 250.00
  597. Star block quilt ca. 1870; thirty-six block star pattern quilt with star blocks on point surrounded by blue and pink printed cotton ground and having an orange striped printed cotton back, 57”x 56”; Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 230.00
  598. English sampler ca. 1838; having a Hall family record surrounded by a floral vine and motifs including a cow, stag, rabbit, shepherd, bees, birds, woman and Adam and Eve dated 1838 and mounted in a period frame signed by Ann Halls, 16 1/2”x 19” sight; 22”x 24 1/2” framed; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 270.00
  599. 45 star American flag ca. 1896-1908; having machine-sewn star appliques with metal grommets, 56”x 87”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 130.00
  600. Log cabin pattern quilt ca. 1840-60; log cabin pattern pieced quilt using printed cottons surrounded by two borders of pink and yellow printed cottons backed with red-brown and white floral quilted cottons with quilting following the pattern in a white cotton thread, 77”x 77”; Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 250.00
  601. 2 framed samplers ca. 1832/1896; an alphabet sampler stitched in silk thread marked “Catherine Boon” dated 1832 in a modern frame, 7 1/2”x 17” sight, 13 1/2”x 23” framed; alphabet sampler in red and blue thread by “S. Neubert” from “Meinersdorf” dated 1896 in a modern frame, 12”x 13” sight; 14 3/4”x 15 3/4” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  602. Tumbling block & star pattern quilt ca. 1840-60; pieced block center with star and tumbling block pattern surrounded by four borders of printed cottons having a band with striped red and yellow fabric and backed with red and white printed cotton having zig-zag and chain stitch quilting in the borders with the quilting in the center following the pattern, 77”x 76”; Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 210.00
  603. Cross-stitch sampler ca. 1823; with dog, vine, bird, butterfly and floral motifs with a man bearing a shoulder yoke mounted in a molded gold-painted frame dated 1823 by Ann Rogers, 15 1/2”x 13” sight; 18 3/4”x 16” framed; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 220.00
  604. Star block on point quilt ca. 1840-60; nine block on point star pattern quilt with a green background having green cotton edging and red, white and black printed striped cotton back with the quilting following a star pattern with black stitching on background, 87”x 87”; Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 230.00
  605. Samuel Baumann taufschein ca. 1811; hand-colored fraktur printed at Ephrata, PA with tulip, bird and deer motifs recording the birth of Rüben Fenstermacher born in Berks Co., PA fitted in a modern tiger-maple frame, 16 1/8”x 13 1/8” sight; 20”x 17” framed; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00
  606. Hand-drawn fraktur birth certificate ca. 1804; heart-shaped format with floral borders attributed to fraktur artist Conrad Trevitz, recording the birth of David Winter in 1804 in East Hanover Twp., Dauphin Co., PA and mounted in a gold painted frame, 13 1/8”x 7 7/8” sight; 15 1/4”x 10” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  607. 2 framed taufscheins ca. 1815/40; one printed by John Ritter, Reading, PA with angels and bird borders brightly hand-colored and signed by artist Martin Brechall recording the 1807 birth of Margaretha Fetter in Union County, 12 1/2”x 15 1/2” sight, 16 3/4”x 20” framed; one printed by G.S. Peters in Harrisburg, PA recording the 1836 birth of Carl Heiler in Union County, PA and fitted in an old walnut frame, 12 1/2”x 15 1/4” sight; 17”x 20 1/2” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  608. Ritter house blessing ca. 1820; having cherub and bird borders hand-colored in red and yellow printed by Johann Ritter in Reading, PA and mounted in a paint decorated frame, 12 3/4”x 15 1/2” sight; 15 3/4”x 18 1/2” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  609. Finely carved walking stick ca. 1870-1910; having five female figures and floral vines encircling the cane with figures playing tennis, catching butterflies, etc., 36”x 1 1/4”; Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6 Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 3,700.00
  610. Paint decorated band box ca. 1800-50; wooden box decorated with blue and red floral designs, 6 1/4”x 3 1/2”x 2 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  611. Watercolor of War of 1812 soldier ca. 1814; showing soldier in uniform with saber and gun standing in front of campaign tents and inscribed “George Hahn 15 September 1814” with strong colors and mounted in a matte with hinges, 10 1/4”x 13”; 12 3/4”x 16” matte; Additional Photo Estimate $800.00-$1,200.00 Sold For 1,050.00
  612. Krebs taufschein ca. 1801; framed, hand-decorated taufschein by Fredrich Krebs printed for Krebs in 1801 having a heart format with colorful parrots, tulips, sun and floral decoration recording the birth of Peter Kolb in 1803 in Heidelberg Township, Daughin Co (Lebanon Co.) PA, 16 1/2”x 13 1/2” sight; 19 1/2”x 16 1/2” framed; Estimate $700.00-$1,200.00 Sold For 2,400.00
  613. Haus Segen calligraphy ca. 1898; German language house blessing penne din red and brown inks written in 1898 by N. H. Endy with text copied from an 1811 Ephrata broadside by Samuel Bauman and mounted in a molded frame, 7 3/4”x 12 1/4” sight; 12”x 16 1/4” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  614. Scherenschnitte Valentine ca. 1802-20; elaborately cut with hearts, birds and an English inscription for “Caroline Grae” mounted in a black painted frame, 11 3/4”x 11 3/4” sight; 14”x 14” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  615. Horse watercolor ca. 1900s; free-hand drawing of a prancing horse in black ink with watercolor spots and mounted in a paint decorated frame, 7 1/2”x 5 1/2” sight; 10 1/2”x 8 1/2” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  616. Fraktur reward of Merit/birth record ca. 1866; hand-drawn in yellow, brown and green watercolors by Christian B. Hartman, a schoolmaster working in East Lampeter Twp., Lancaster Co., recording the birth of Esther Heller in 1842, 6”x 6” sight; 9 1/2”x 9 1/2” framed; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 200.00
  617. Printed taufschein ca. 1809; printed form with hand-colored motifs including angels, birds and potted flowers recording the birth of Johan Jacob Straus in Dauphin Co., PA and appears to be glued to a second piece of paper, 16 1/3”x 13 3/4” sight; 17 1/4”x 14 3/4” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  618. Wallpaper box with fraktur drawings ca. 1850; box covered in green, red and blue wallpaper lined with a German language newspaper from Reading, PA dated 1843 having a hand-drawn fraktur bird glued to the bottom of the interior and a bird glue to the exterior, 6 3/4”x 9 3/4”x 2”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  619. Carved & painted bird ca. 1880-1940; large bird painted black, yellow and red having wire legs and mounted to a turned perch, 10 3/4”x 5 1/2”x 4”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 240.00
  620. Fraktur watercolor ca. 1858; colorful floral spray done in watercolor matted and framed with a small piece having the initials and date “CRH 1858”, 3 1/2”x 4” sight; 9 3/4”x 11 3/4” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  621. Ritter taufschein ca. 1835; having angel and bird printed and hand-colored decoration recording the birth of Caroliena Ditzler in Berks County, PA printed in Reading by John Ritter and Company, 12 3/4”x 15 3/4” sight; 15 3/4”x 18 3/4” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  622. Yarn swift ca. 1800-40; oak having a chamfered base and retaining the original red-wash surface, 29”x 29”x 28”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  623. Tilt-top tea table ca. 1790-1820; cherry with dish top on a turned base supported by snake feet and refinished, 25 1/2”x 21”x 41”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 130.00
  624. Painted dry sink ca. 1810-40; softwood having shaped ends on the well, two recessed panel doors with beaded frames, bracket base and remnants of the original red and yellow painted surface, 45”x 19”x 35”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 375.00
  625. 2 piece walnut corner cupboard ca. 1790-1820; upper section having two doors with two raised panel doors having thumbnail-molded stiles enclosing three butterfly shelves with plate rail and base having two single panel doors, doors fitted with brass H hinges, case with reeded stiles and ogee cornice and a bracket base, refinished, 38 1/2”x 38 1/2”x 80 3/4”; Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 675.00
  626. Mahogany high chest ca. 1760-90; cove cornice having ten drawers with dust boards, upper five drawers having “Quaker” locks, straight bracket base, and appears to retain the original bat-wing pulls and escutcheons, refinished, 46”x 21 1/2”x 73 1/4”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $700.00-$1,200.00 Sold For 800.00
  627. Cherry 16 lite corner cupboard ca. 1800-25; two piece having a single glazed door with “H” hinges and a cove cornice over two drawers and two recessed panel doors supported by French feet with a shaped apron, refinished, 31 1/2”x 31 1/2”x 84”; Estimate $800.00-$1,200.00 Sold For 775.00
  628. Daniel Oyster 8 day tallcase clock ca. 1795-1820; having a finely inlaid case with cross-banded veneers, fretwork inlay, fan inlay and French feet having a painted dial marked “Daniel Oyster, Reading” in addition to a moon and wheel with an old alligatored surface, 19”x 11”x 97”; Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Estimate $3,000.00-$4,000.00 Sold For 4,000.00
  629. 1797 spinning wheel ca. 1797; mixed woods having a molded and chip-carved deck with punched date and initials “ID 1797”, 34”x 23”x 48”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  630. Walter Steely cobbler’s bench ca. 1940-60; having a top surface with an inlaid letter “B”, punch decorated star and incised tulips, 48”x 20”x 20”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 240.00
  631. Paint decorated chest ca. 1850; softwood, dovetailed chest with turned feet retaining the original sponge-decorated surface with a heart “1850 Ann Badarf” likely of Lititz area, Lancaster County, 49 1/2”x 22”x 26 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 375.00
  632. Grained Dutch cupboard ca.  1800/1900; softwood having a single nine-pane door fitted with rattail hinges, plate grooves and rails and spoon holder, base with two drawers and a single recessed two-panel door fitted with rams horn hinges, upper and lower sections both with chamfered corners and fluted stiles, scrolled feet with casters and an old paper label on interior of door identifying owners as Mary A. and John W. Hartranft, 42 1/2”x 17 1/2”x 84”; Estimate $800.00-$1,400.00 Sold For 1,250.00
  633. Paint decorated chest ca. 1800-58; softwood with sloping front panel, bracket base and retaining the original paint decorated surface having two painted panels inscribed “Christian Schonfeld Anno 1858” with strap hinges and bail handles on end panels, 51”x 24 1/2”x 25”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00
  634. Walnut apothecary ca. 1870-1900; three piece apothecary having glass doors and three drawers in the upper section over a base containing fifteen drawers with ring turnings and porcelain knobs, 58”x 14”x 101”; Estimate $500.00-$800.00 Sold For 550.00
  635. Early blanket chest ca. 1789; softwood, dovetailed chest having a bracket base, bail handles on ends, shaped strap hinges and later grained surface with keystone decoration and inscription “Maria Leibin ANO 1789” (inscription likely copied the original) likely of Lititz area, Lancaster Co., PA, 50 1/2”x 23”x 23”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 95.00
  636. Painted planter box ca. 1860-1900; pine box with a scalloped rim, molded base and retaining the original blue-green painted surface, 51”x 22”x 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  637. Paint decorated chest ca. 1780-1810; pine chest having two drawers over a bracket base, bail handles on ends, original brass pulls and escutcheons on drawers, finely shaped strap hinges, grabber lock and retaining the original red and black decoration, 50”x 23 1/2”x 29”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 675.00
  638. 25 drawer hardware cabinet ca. 1890-1920; retaining an old gray painted surface with stenciled numbers and paint decoration having drawers fitted with porcelain knobs, 38”x 11”x 27”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 1,550.00
  639. Walnut hanging cupboard ca. 1870-90; having a raised panel door with beaded frame and molded cornice and the interior divided into seven compartments, refinished, 18”x 18”x 42 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 160.00
  640. Early mortised bench ca. 1800-40; softwood having shaped legs, one shaped end panel and beaded back edge of plank seat with a red wash finish, 109”x 16”x 36”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 55.00
  641. Set of 6 plank bottom chairs ca. 1840-70; fiddle back with a faux-grained paint decoration and banded edges, 15”x 14”x 33”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 300.00
  642. Rare blue heron working decoy ca. pre-1920; full-size primitive wading bird replica of a great blue heron having two metal legs, painted wooden surface and glass eyes, 25”x 22”x 40”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 2,150.00
  643. Blue painted butter churn ca. 1870; coopered dash-type churn in approximately twenty gallon size with steel bands, wooden band collar, turned lid with peg-type lifter, handled dasher and blue painted staves and bands with a white painted lid, 12”-13”-11 1/2”d, 25”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 500.00
  644. Maple syrup ladle ca. 1850; red painted coopered bucket on long wooden handle, 8 1/2”- 9 1/2”d, 8 1/2”h bucket on 54” handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  645. Lidded shipping basket ca. 1850-1900; oak splint basket with paint decoration of large bands, 22”x 17”x 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  646. Paint decorated domed document box ca. 1840-60; European-type box made of spruce in simple construction with grain painted surface, wooden pins, clip-strap form hinges and a steam bent lid, 18 1/2”x 12 1/4”x 10”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  647. Yellow painted Windsor style footstool ca. 1850; yellow painted stool with red accent paint having an oval top chamfered on the bottom and bamboo style turned legs and braces, 13 1/2”x 10 1/2”x 10 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 500.00
  648. Wooden paint decorated sled ca. 1880-1900; wooden child’s cutter sled with floral painted top on blue base paint having a runner wrap-around front and mounted with iron runners, 38”x 13 1/2”x 12”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 350.00
  649. Miniature coopered wash tub ca. 1900; yellow painted having two loop handles, heavy chamfered base, black painted steel bands and base marked with punch marks, 6 1/4”- 7”d, 4 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 500.00
  650. Mirror with smoke decorated frame ca. 1850; smoke decoration typical to Berks/Lancaster Co. with a mercury-style glass mirror, 8 1/2”x 10 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 300.00
  651. Child’s “good boy” wooden bucket ca. 1860; paint and stencil decorated miniature wooden bucket stenciled “Good Boy” with patriotic flags, musical lyres and stars with a wire pale handle, 4 1/4”- 5 1/4”d, 4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 500.00
  652. Child’s “good girl” wooden bucket ca. 1860-80; in greenish base paint with red stencil painted “Good Girl” having stencil accents of crossed flags and lyres and having a swing handle, 4 1/4”- 5 1/4”x 4 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 750.00
  653. Shaker Society-type child’s berry bucket ca. 1850-1900; in mustard paint with a white interior having a bail style handle with good grip, 4 1/4”- 5 3/8”d, 4 1/2”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 525.00
  654. Shaker Society-type child’s berry bucket ca. 1850-1900; in red paint with black accented bands and white interior having a bail style handle with wooden grip, 4 1/4”- 5 5/8”d, 4 1/2”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 450.00
  655. Wallpaper hat box ca. 1850-80; oval box with slide over oval lid having exterior with broad scroll and vine pattern wallpaper and inside of box lined with German Lebanon Democrat from 1852, 16”x 12”x 10”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 150.00
  656. Hand wrought clockwork spit jack ca. 1750-1800; hand wrought hearth implement with wooden and metal geared cog and a wooden pulley, 14”x 19”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 130.00
  657. Ornate English import field desk ca. 1858-1900; mahogany three-fold desk with inlaid brass corner brace and handles, original ink bottles, three part prop-up interior letter organizer having compartment with southern “The Original Lord Dundreary” label and interior of one lid marked “M. Turner & Co. European Pen & Pencil Works, Birmingham, England”, 18”x 16”x 6”; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 110.00
  658. Admiral Dewey’s lamp ca. 1900-30; Spanish-American War memorial lamp designed of impressed copper and brass in shape of artillery shade resting on cast iron cannon shaped legs with the copper tank impressed “Remember the Maine” with crossed flags on one side and Admiral Dewey’s lamp and “Olympia” ship on the other side, 9”x 3 1/2”x 7 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 230.00
  659. Pair of sandwich style flint glass fluid lamps ca. 1830s; matched pair of lamps with octagon stepped pediment bases, hollow blown stem and clear cone-shaped top with two wick burners and cork stops, 4”d, 10 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  660. Tin skater’s lamp ca. 1930+; with dark blue globe, 2 7/8”d, 6 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 280.00
  661. Clear flint glass whale oil lamp ca. 1820-50; six side pedestal based lamp with molded stem, diamond in tulip pattern font and brass female collar with combination ball shade, bracket and double burner, 3 3/4”x 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  662. Brass skater’s lantern ca. 1890-1920s; having a convex burner and ventilator collar with slide-door match hole, tin base font and cranberry color globe, 3 1/8”d, 7”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 475.00
  663. Sandwich glass lamp ca. 1820-50; clear fluid lamp with four square and bollard pediment base, fluted and molded stem, cone shaped font containing original oil, and two brass burners, 4”x 4”x 12 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 85.00
  664. Baby Dietz skater lantern ca. 1870s; having a brassed tin font, spring catch globe holder with globe impressed “Baby”, tin pepper pot top and small chain and ring, 2”d, 4 5/8”h; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 375.00
  665. Sandwich style flint glass pedestal based lamp ca. 1810-30; four side molded base with embossed fruit basket design corners capped with angel faces and bulbous shaped font with two wick burner, 3”x 3”x 12”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 170.00
  666. Nickel plated conductor’s presentation lantern ca. 1900-10; World Standard Deck lantern with nickel-plated brass base, green and clear globe with copper wheel engraved “W.K. Drew” having a breach load font base marked “S.M.A. & Co. #1” and adjusting screw marked “E. Miller & Co.”, 5 1/2”d, 11”h; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 450.00
  667. Clambroth flint glass pedestal lamp ca. 1820-50; having a square two-tier base, collar base fluted stem with tulip shaped oil font, brass female collar with two wick burner, 4 3/8”x 4 3/8”x 13”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 90.00
  668. Cornelius & Baker, Phila. brass spring-up candlestick ca. 1851-70; tray based with spring loaded spring-up stem having a locking cap keeping unburnt lamp below collar and the stem with rectangular name plaque, 5”d base, 9 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  669. 2 flint glass whale oil finger lamps ca. 1820-70; one early six-panel design thumbprint finger lamp with molded handle and two wick burner, 3 1/2”d, 5”h; one sawtooth design bell shaped font with applied handle, 3 1/2”d, 6”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  670. Steam engine headlight ca. 1890; having a round lamp housing with round lens, bull’s head style top and flared flange base mounted on wood, side lift door access and interior with nickel plated reflector, 13 1/2”x 8”x 19 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 250.00
  671. Pair of sandwich style glass whale oil lamps ca. 1820-50; pedestal based lamps: one oval molded shaped base with three collar stem, cone font and two wick cork style font, 4”x 3”x 10”; one six-sided pedestal base with tulip petal design and a two stem burner, 3 3/4”x 3 3/4”x 10”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  672. Brass & tin skater’s lamp ca. 1883; rare form single wire guard covering an onion shaped globe attached to a pepper pot top with bail handle, brass and tin font with adjustor wheel marked “April 30, 1883 M.B. Co.” and a convex burner, 4”d, 11”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  673. Sandwich glass fluid lamp ca. 1840; flint glass fluid lamp with a panel base and stem having a horn of plenty font with brass collar and screw-in two wick burner, 5”d, 10 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  674. Dietz 60 beacon light ca. 1890-1930; search lamp with large crimped bevel shade having a fluted reflector, large loop handle, box-type tube and wall plate having a copper base and raised wire bracket legs on shade with a flip cap refill, 16”d, 10”x 20 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 270.00
  675. Dietz “Pioneer” post top street lamp ca. July 26, 1904-Dec. 23, 1908 patents; large tubular lantern with brass font having a flip-up cap and large clear globe, 13 1/2”d cap, 25”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 325.00
  676. C.T. Ham model 9 globe street lantern ca. 1890-1914; red painted post top street lamp made by C.T. Ham Mfg. Co (Rochester, NY) with a clear globe on slide up harness and tin font, 13 1/2”d, 26”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 425.00
  677. 2 decorative painted Dietz lanterns ca. 1890-1930; one U.S. model lantern with wire frame, convex burner and match slide, 4 1/2”d, 10”h; one wall station reflector lamp with large reflector shade, beveled sloped tank with chimney top and slide globe release on chimney, 15 1/4”d reflector; 7 1/2”x 19 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  678. 2 lantern trade related pieces ca. 1920; one Rayo lantern with wooden shipping crate for a half dozen lanterns having stencil paint with “Rayo” and trade logo “Rayo Lanterns, Shed Their Light Around the World”, 21”x 16 3/4”x 12 5/8”; one shipping box lid for Dietz lanterns, 17”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  679. 2 Dietz trade related ephemera pieces ca. 1916+; one original two-sided trade sheet marked “12-16” (1916) for R.E. Dietz Co. with various forms of lanterns, 14”x 12”; one framed “copy” of 1888 trade sheet with models of that year, 27 1/2”x 21 1/2”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 250.00
  680. Rochester Lamps printed broadside trade advertisement ca. 1890; “Rochester Lamp” trade brochure with wholesale trade ad for “Thos. Atherholt of Market St…” having models of hanging lights, brackets and various fonts, 23”x 17 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  681. Double rose Gaudy Dutch rectangular teapot ca. 1830; English pearlware with scalloped style rim and single border of double row with three stroke buds, 5 1/2”x 4 3/8”x 5 1/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00
  682. Double rose Gaudy Dutch luncheon plate ca. 1830; English pearlware with partial single border of three stroke buds, 8 1/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  683. Double rose Gaudy Dutch cup & saucer ca. 1830; English pearlware with single border of three stroke buds; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  684. Double rose Gaudy Dutch cup & saucer ca. 1830; English pearlware with scalloped rim, single border of three stroke buds; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  685. Carnation Gaudy Dutch dinner plate ca. 1830; English pearlware with double border of leafy vine and connected heart shaped dots, 9 3/4”d; Estimate $400.00-$800.00 Sold For 675.00
  686. Carnation Gaudy Dutch rectangular creamer ca. 1830; English pearlware with single border of connected heart shaped dots, 4 1/2”x 3”x 5 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00
  687. Carnation Gaudy Dutch dinner plate ca. 1830; English pearlware with double border of leafy vine and large dots interposed by very small dots, 10”d; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 65.00
  688. Oyster Gaudy Dutch rectangular teapot ca. 1830; English pearlware with single sectional border of grapes and leaves with an oyster on an orange ground, 6 1/4”x 5 1/8”x 6 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 500.00
  689. Oyster Gaudy Dutch waste bowl ca. 1830; English pearlware with single sectional border of grapes and leaves and an oyster on an orange ground, 5 1/2”d, 2 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  690. Oyster Gaudy Dutch luncheon plate, cup & saucer ca. 1830; English pearlware with sectional single border of grapes and leaves: luncheon plate with oyster on an orange ground, 8 1/4”d; handleless cup and saucer with oyster on a yellow ground; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 525.00
  691. Oyster Gaudy Dutch dinner plate ca. 1830; English pearlware with single sectional border of grapes and leaves with an oyster on an orange ground, 9 3/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  692. Oyster Gaudy Dutch luncheon plate ca. 1830; English pearlware with single sectional border of grapes and leaves with an oyster on an orange ground, 8 1/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  693. Dove Gaudy Dutch luncheon plate ca. 1830; English pearlware, 8 3/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  694. Urn, double rose & dove Gaudy Dutch saucers ca. 1830; all English pearlware: one urn pattern with single sectional border of grapes and leaves, 5 1/2”d, 1 1/4”h; one double rose pattern with partial single border of three stroke buds, 5 5/8”d, 1 1/8”h; one dove pattern, 5 1/2”d, 1 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  695. Chinese porcelain famille rose bowl ca. 1800s; having a broad rim, interior decorated with human figures, birds, butterflies, flowers and foliage and exterior decorated with three sprays of flowers accompanied by an Italian silver plated dish cross, 16 3/8”d, 5 1/4”h; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 425.00
  696. Cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1885; one gallon salt glazed cylindrical jar with brushed cobalt stemmed flowers attributed to Mount Jordon Pottery, Nottingham, PA and probably decorated by “Dutch” Hooker, impressed “1” with a squared rim, molded recessed collar ring, incised shoulder ring and a thin Albany slip glaze interior, 6 7/8”d, 9 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00
  697. Cobalt decorated stoneware crock ca. 1860; salt glazed slightly bulbous crock with brushed cobalt flowers and foliage having a high flared rim, pair of molded applied lug ear handles, squared rim and molded collar rings (grooved and raised) possibly of Maryland or Virginia origin, 9 1/8”d, 11 5/8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 230.00
  698. Cobalt decorated stoneware crock ca. 1885; four gallon salt glazed cylindrical crock with brushed cobalt flowers and foliage attributed to Mount Jordon Pottery, Nottingham, PA and probably decorated by “Dutch” Hooker impressed “4” with a squared rim, molded recessed collar ring and incised shoulder ring, thin Albany slip glaze interior and pair of molded applied lug ear handles with brushed cobalt daubs, 10 1/8”d, 15 1/8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00
  699. 2 gallon cobalt decorated butter churn ca. 1870; slightly bulbous butter churn with bold brushed flowering foliage and a “2” with a rounded flattened rim, deeply concaved raised neck and recessed flange for interior lid support probably of western PA origin, 8 7/8”d, 12 3/8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 260.00
  700. Cobalt decorated stoneware pitcher ca. 1880; salt glazed bulbous pitcher with brushed cobalt feathered decoration, a rounded slightly thickened rim, incised high neck ring, molded collar band and incised shoulder ring and slightly flared foot of southeastern PA origin with Remmy characteristics and some Mt. Jordon Pottery characteristics, 5 7/8”d, 8 5/8”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 375.00
  701. Sipe & Sons cobalt decorated jug ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical jug with brushed cobalt hyacinth and foliage impressed “Sipe and Sons/Wmsport, PA” with brushed cobalt daubs at handle terminals and an Albany slip glazed interior, 7 7/8”d, 11 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  702. Small ovoid redware jug ca. 1845; with thick dark manganese glaze, ribbed strap handle, thickened large mouth and a slightly flared foot, 5 1/4”d, 6 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  703. PA slipware dish ca. 1860-90; drape formed having a splashed yellow slip on a brownish lead glaze and a coggled rim, 11 1/8”d, 1 7/8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 375.00
  704. Redware & slipware pie plates ca. 1870; drape formed: pale three-quill cup sigma form with yellow slip on a brownish lead glaze and a coggled rim, 9 1/4”d, 1 3/8”h; a redware dish with yellowish-brown lead glaze and coggled rim, 10 1/8”d, 1 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  705. 2 redware jars & yellow ware Rockingham glazed turks head ca. 1860-80; PA bulbous redware jar with brown lead glazing, a vertically extended rim and a recessed lid flange with two incised shoulder rings, 5 1/4”d, 6 1/2”h; urn form with finely incised neck, collar and neck bands with brown lead glazing, 5 1/8”d, 6 3/8”h; yellow ware turks head mold with dark brown Rockingham glaze in fifteen swirling ribs ending in an open cone, 8 1/4”d, 3”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  706. 2 slipware pie plates & redware dish ca. 1870; three drape formed PA pie plates: two-quill cup with wiggly motif yellow slip on a yellowish-brown lead glaze having an impressed “4” on base, 6 3/8”d, 1 1/8”h; two-quill cup straight and wavy yellow slip on an orangey brown lead glaze, 7 1/4”d, 1 1/2”h; dark brown lead glaze with all over manganese speckles, 6 3/4”d, 1 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  707. Plain weave wool plaid blanket ca. 1840; blue, brown, and red wool plaid blanket with bottom self-fringe and a center seam, 98”x 78”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 375.00
  708. Multiple shaft woven coverlet ca. 1840; red, black, and green wool and white cotton with self fringes having a rolled top hem, 82”x 66”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 60.00
  709. Peter Leisey jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1840; having bird and tree borders with central star and floral motifs in red, blue and green wool with white cotton and having self and applied wool fringe and a rolled top hem, 95”x 78”; Additional Photo Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 300.00
  710. 2 silk potholders labeled “Jennie Stanton” ca. 1840-60; pieced log cabin design with printed silk backing, 5”square & 5 3/4” square; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  711. Round wool pot holder ca. 1900-30; red wool top with cross stitch and velvet ribbon decoration having a wool backing with blue silk binding; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  712. Stuffed cloth rabbit ca. 1900-30; tan silk fabric with applied tail, button eyes and hand-sewn seams, 6”x 3”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  713. Handwoven tapes & needle holder ca. 1900-30; seven rolls of tape handwoven of wool, cotton and linen; needle holder with gold thimble signed “Anna” with crocheted fabric frilling; Estimate $50.00-$200.0 Sold For 75.00
  714. Fabric sewing box ca. 1833; silk needlework on silk and cotton ground covering a cardboard case attributed to Anna Garret (Wilmington, DE) a student at the Quaker Westtown School, 1883 with letter from Betty Ring with attribution information, 8”x 4 1/2”x 4 1/2”; Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3; 4 Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 675.00
  715. Red & black plaid wool homespun yardage ca. 1840-60; plain weave wool with plaid yardage in loom width with original sewn edges, 4 yards l, 28”w; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  716. Block pattern doll quilt ca. 1840-60; twelve block pieced doll quilt with a geometric crossed block pattern consisting of printed red and green cotton fabrics, green binding and a red printed cotton back, 22”x 18”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00
  717.  Star & floral motif jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1860; flower pot motif borders surrounding a star and floral central woolen blocks in red and green wool with white cotton having applied wool fringes on side and cotton self fringe on bottom, 92”x 92”; Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 110.00
  718. Lea Los jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1839; with bird and tree borders and star and floral central motifs in red, green and blue wool and white cotton having a center seam and applied wool fringe, 100”x 83”; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 230.00
  719. 9 block pattern quilt ca. 1840-60; using printed cottons with red alternating printed cotton squares and green printed cotton border, 77”x 69”; Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 200.00
  720. Jacob Lutz jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1844; red, orange, blue and green wool and white cotton coverlet having bird borders with floral and star central pattern with a center seam, fringes on three sides and a rolled top hem woven by Jacob Lutz for Martin Smith, 91”x 75”; Additional Photo Estimate $600.00-$900.00 Sold For 220.00
  721. Alphabet sampler ca. 1805; stitched in black thread marked “Eliza Clymer 1805” and mounted in a modern frame, 12”x 10 3/4” sight; 15”x 14” frame; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 650.00
  722. David Yingst jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1866; red, green and blue wool and white cotton coverlet in two and one weave with a rolled top edge, self-fringed sides and an applied fringe on bottom woven by David Yingst (Lebanon Co., PA), 96”x 86”; Additional Photo Estimate $600.00-$900.00 Sold For 210.00
  723. Bethel Chapel needlework ca. 1843; wool cross-stitch on linen with an image of “Bethel Chapel” “Bilt 1838” with a picket fence, floral vine border, bird and house motifs and marked “Martha Washington Finished Her Work 1843” in a molded frame, 15 1/2”x 10 3/4” sight; 18 3/4”x 14 1/2” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 250.00
  724. John Smith jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1837; blue wool and white cotton coverlet with a central floral pattern and floral vine borders having a center seam, self-fringe on sides, applied fringe on bottom and a rolled top hem woven by John Smith for H.C. Herington, 94”x 75”; Estimate $700.00-$900.00 Sold For 270.00
  725. J. Brosey jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1838; red and blue wool with white cotton having a center seam, made by J. Brosey for R. Widmyers, 89”x 79”; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 170.00
  726. Philip Schum jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1875; blue and red wool coverlet with central and border floral motifs, self-fringes on three sides and a pulled loop hem, 84”x 74”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00
  727. Amish alphabet sampler ca. 1916; stitched in green and blue wool threads with star and floral motifs made by Elizabeth U. Petersheim dated 1916 and mounted in a conservation frame, 19”x 9” sight; 20 3/4”x 10 3/4” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  728. Amish punch card memorial ca. 1873; in memory of Eli Smucker with a vine border in blue, green, black and gray thread made by Mary Smucker and dated 1873 in the original red-painted frame, 9 1/2”x 13 1/4” sight; 13”x 17” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  729. Amish punch card memorial ca. 1897; for Jacob Smoker having a colorful floral border in green, red, yellow and black threads signed “RS” and dated 1897 and mounted in a molded wooden frame, 12 1/2”x 16 1/2” sight; 18 1/2”x 15” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  730. Woolen rug ca. 1940-70; having elaborate geometric motifs in red, green, orange and black yarns with fringe at one end, 39”x 76”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  731. 1856 punch card sampler ca. 1856; green painted having a strawberry border, bird and floral motifs and a family record of the Jacob Kummerer in an early reeded frame with corner block rondels, 11 1/2”x 13 1/2” sight; 14 1/2”x 16 1/2” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  732. Decorated blanket chest ca. 1770-1800; pine having a red wash with original decoration consisting of floral and sunburst designs, bail handles on ends, shaped strap hinges and a hand-wrought hasp on lid with the inside of the lid is a fraktur recording the birth of Lidia Bechtel in Exeter Township, Berks Co., 54”x 24”x 22”; Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 120.00
  733. Schoolmaster’s desk ca. 1830-60; softwood having recessed panels on front and ends in pegged construction having tapered and chamfered legs and retaining the original red-painted surface, 27 1/2”x 20”x 37 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 100.00
  734. Decorated high chair ca. 1800-40; having bamboo turnings retaining the original stencil decorated surface with provenance label on underside “From Jefferson County, NY”, 15”x 16”x 34 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  735. Gateleg harvest table ca. 1830-60; having octagonal tapered legs with turnings, single board top with a broad leaf, refinished, 66”x 24”x 30”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 110.00
  736. Lebanon Co. decorated chest ca. 1800-30; softwood, stepped construction  having three drawers and a straight bracket base with fishtail strap hinges, a grabber lock and retaining the original decoration with blue and red sponging and diamond patterned borders, 50”x 20 1/2”x 29”; Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3; 4 Estimate $2,500.00-$3,500.00 Sold For 2,950.00
  737. Pair of spool cabinets on bases ca. 1870-1900; assembled pair with added feet, each having six drawers, refinished, 19”x 29”x 19”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 600.00
  738. Mortised bench ca. 1860-90; softwood with cutout legs and braces in old refinished surface having paper label with refinishing instructions from “Sweigart” on underside, 84”x 14”x 18”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  739. Federal cherry washstand ca. 1820-50; having turned posts, a shaped gallery and two drawers fitted with wooden knobs, refinished, 21”x 16”x 36”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  740. Dough tray on legs ca. 1840-70; softwood having tapered legs, a beaded apron and a lid with dovetailed handles, refinished, 28”x 13”x 26”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  741. Federal washstand ca. 1810-40; walnut having two drawers, a shaped gallery and supported on turned legs with a lower shelf and old refinished surface, 31”x 18 1/2”x 34”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  742. Pierced tin pie safe ca. 1840-75; having exceptional decoration consisting of three horses on the single door flanked by compass stars, end panels decorated with three fylfot designs, back panel with compass-star designs and retaining an early gray painted surface, 36”x 24”x 38”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $600.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 750.00
  743. Cherry corner cupboard ca. 1840-70; two-piece cupboard having two three-pane doors, shaped shelves with plate grooves, ogee molded cornice and a base with two drawers and two recessed panel doors supported on a cut out base with shaped skirt, refinished, 35”x 35”x 84”; Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 375.00
  744. Jacob Guthart 8 day tallcase clock ca. 1800-30; having a figured walnut case with French feet, chamfered corners with line inlay and a broken arch  pediment having carved rosettes and plinth with a painted dial having a moon wheel and marked “Jacob Guthart Lebanon”, refinished, 20 3/4”x 11”x 98 1/2”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $2,000.00-$3,000.00 Sold For 4,800.00
  745. Mahogany corner cupboard ca. 1810-60; two-piece cupboard in pegged tenoned construction having two four-pane doors with a broken arch pediment having turned rosettes and finials supported by a base that has two recessed panel doors and a molded bracket base, 30”x 30”x 94”; Estimate $500.00-$800.00 Sold For 675.00
  746. Inlaid blanket chest ca. 1787; walnut having shoe feet, two drawers with an inlaid date of 1787 and fitted with brass bat-wing pulls, front panel inlaid with a six-pointed star and the initials “BR” having the interior with shaped strap hinges and a hand-loomed tape for stockings of Lancaster or Chester county origin, 51”x 22 1/2”x 24”, [ex-Walter Himmelreich]; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $2,500.00-$3,500.00 Sold For 725.00
  747. Painted one drawer stand ca. 1820-50; softwood having turned legs and a single drawer fitted with wooden knobs and retaining the original red painted surface, 19”x 18 1/2”x 29”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  748. Pine wood box ca. 1830-60; having a sloped lid, cutout ends and retaining the original blue-gray painted surface, 37 1/2”x 16 1/2”x 24”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 450.00
  749. Small New England chest ca. 1800-40; pine having a cleated lid, interior till, cutouts on ends and retaining the original red painted surface, 38”x 12” x 19”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 375.00
  750. Primitive floor model rush lamp ca. 1790-1840; having a shaped base supported by four legs and a ratcheting standard with a hand wrought rush holder at top, 14 1/2”x 14 1/2”x 60”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 425.00
  751. Paint decorated rocking horse ca. 1870-1900; carved horse with leather saddle, ears and bridle mounted on a red painted base with yellow foliage decoration, 34”x 14 1/2”x 25”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 130.00
  752. Red painted plantation desk ca. 1830-70; softwood two-piece desk having a lift-lid supported by tapered legs with the top section having plank doors and interior with shelves and letter slots, retaining the original red painted surface, 31 1/2”x 27”x 59 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 180.00
  753. Dietz 8 lantern with presentation globe ca. 1880-1910; nickel-plated conductor’s lantern with a wire base, two color (green and clear) copper wheel engraved globe with “H.O. Cady”, crown with affixed tag “New York, USA” and a breach loaded font, 6 3/8”d, 11 1/2”h; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 475.00
  754. 2 flint glass fluid/whale oil lamps ca. 1780-1840s; bulbous font lamp with fluted collar and square with bollard pediment base, 3 1/4”x 3 1/4”x 9”; two mold lamp with waffle pattern font on six panel stem and base having a pewter collar and a two wick burner, 4”d, 10 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  755. Tin & glass watchman’s fluid lantern ca. 1850-80; cylinder and cone “lighthouse” shape having three bow glass shade set in cylinder shaped housing, door with small mercury glass reflector panel, rear grasp, conical and ring raised stack top and a tin font with single wick burner, 3 3/4”d, 10”h; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 160.00
  756. Canary yellow flint glass fluid lamp ca. 1830; thumbprint and waffle block design cone font on a six panel stem and base in three mold form having a brass collar and single round wick burner, 4 3/8”d, 8 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00
  757. Perkins Marine Lamp Co. brass lantern ca. 1916-29; having a wire guard, pepper pot and smoke bell cap with brass ring, tin base font and adjustment screw marked “Perkins M.L. Co. B.klyn, NY, 4”d base, 6”d guard, 12”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  758. Canary yellow flint glass pedestal fluid lamp ca. 1830s; having a six panel base and stem into a waisted loop print panel based round top font with a brass collar and two wick fluid burner, 4 1/4”d, 9”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  759. Dietz 20 lantern & Rayo lamp ca. 1910+; late production Dietz #20 junior lantern in brass with highly copper wheel engraved globe in ornate floral design, 5 1/4”d, 12 1/4”h; brass based Rayo lamp with three arm bracket and painted milk glass domed shade in cherry tree blossom pattern, 7 1/2”d collar, 17”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  760. Pair pewter saucer base fluid lamps ca. 1876; Centennial-type lamp with saucer base molded stem, round molded font and single round wick pewter burners, 5”d, 5”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  761. Child’s tin handheld candle lantern ca. 1890; oval-shaped hand lamp with a candle push-up, two folding wire handles, arched beveled glass in door and an extendible smoke stack, 3”x 2”x 5 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  762. 2 brass whale oil finger lamps ca. 1700-1800s; three part cast brass traveler’s lamp with hinged cap finger grasp; later spun brass, crimp constructed lamp having a single round wicker burner and small filler cap; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  763. Ornate brass shaped candle lantern ca. 1890s; having four ball feet, round lens capped in ornate ribbon, two side panels with owls perched in shell arched recesses, domed reflector on back and topped with a mansard-style shingled roof with two eyebrow ventilator holes and a wooden and brass handle, 3 1/4”x 2 1/4”x 7 1/2”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 75.00
  764. 3 lighting devices ca. 1830-1920; copper and brass egg-shaped lamp from a lap desk with single brass round wick, 2 1/4”d, 3”h; tin slide-in font for a tin box lantern, 3”x 3”x 1 1/2”; later European pewter finger lamp with a bottle top form font and molded handle marked “VII”, 4 1/2”d, 4 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  765. Dietz “Baby” model skater’s lantern ca. 1870s; having a brassed tin font with lock, an embossed globe and tin pepper pot cap with small chain and ring, 2”d, 4 5/8”h; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 375.00
  766. Alabaster/combroth lamp with marble base ca. 1850; pressed acanthus leaf clambroth font frosted to have alabaster characteristics with a brass collar having a two wick burner and square marble base with brass standard, 4 1/4”x 4 1/4”x 11 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  767. Adams & Westlake patented brass police lantern ca. 4/26/64 patent date; brass conductor-style lantern with a fixed globe on a platform base having a patent dated breach load font converted to a kerosene burner without adjusting knob and globe engraved “POLICE” with copper wheel, 5 1/4”d, 10”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 400.00
  768. Kelly & Co. presentation conductor’s lantern ca. 1900; nickel-plated brass lantern with a snap-catch locking base and bell, font with two-wick fluid burner, clear fixed globe copper wheel engraved “T.K. Young” with a brass bail handle, 5 3/4”d, 11”h; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 425.00
  769. Presentation lantern by A. French ca. 9/25/1866 patent; nautical styled brass fluid lantern is patented by A. French; a world word standard-type lantern with spring-catch breach load font with two wick burner having a brass arch base, single wire guard, clear engraved globe for E.B. Codwise, shield in nickel plated on brass bell cap with heavy brass swing handle, 5”d, 9 3/4”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 325.00
  770. Neville style safety lantern ca. Dec. 24, 1867 patent; this small finger lamp font has a round wick with adjustor attributed to Anthony Neville of Canada; the lantern has a small globe and patented safety cap is tall pepper pot cap with safety mesh and has chain and loop, 3”x 7 3/4”; Estimate $75.00-$150.00 Sold For 140.00
  771. Skater’s style lantern with dark blue globe ca. married pcs. from different ages; This lamp is made up from married parts; older brass tin font with later convex burner; blue globe screwed in painted brass colored tin cap with wire handle, 3 1/8”x 6 7/8”; Estimate $40.00-$150.00 Sold For 170.00
  772. Brass skater’s lantern ca. 1890; Canadian made lamp with clear “Little Bobs” globe having a brass font and cap with bail handle, 3 1/8”x 7”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  773. Tin skater’s lantern ca. 1910; having a tin font with jar lid style burner, #2 marked blue globe and a tin cap with bail handle, 2 7/8”d, 6 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 350.00
  774. Oyster Gaudy Dutch toddy plate ca. 1830; pearlware plate with sectional rim and oyster design on an orange base, 5 5/8”d; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00
  775. Urn Gaudy Dutch teapot ca. 1830; pearlware bulbous covered teapot in urn pattern with sectional floral border of grapes and leaves with a helmet style rim, 5 1/2”d, 6”h; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 625.00
  776. War Bonnet Gaudy Dutch deep dish ca. 1830; pearlware plate with sectional border of grapes and leaves, 9 3/4”d, 1 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00
  777. War Bonnet Gaudy Dutch dinner plate ca. 1830; pearlware plate with sectional rim border of grapes and leaves, 9 3/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  778. War Bonnet Gaudy Dutch toddy plate ca. 1830; pearlware plate with variation of bud replacing central large blue leaf having a sectional border of grapes and leaves, 5 3/8”d; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 65.00
  779. War Bonnet Gaudy Dutch cup & saucer ca. 1830; pearlware handleless cup and saucer with sectional rim of grapes and leaves; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  780. Double Rose Gaudy Dutch deep dish ca. 1830; pearlware dish with partial border of three stroke buds, 9 5/8”d, 1 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  781. Single Rose Gaudy Dutch cup & saucer ca. 1830; pearlware handleless cup and saucer with a single border of connected heart-shaped dots; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  782. Carnation Gaudy Dutch luncheon plate ca. 1830; pearlware plate with a double border of a leafy vine and connected heart-shaped dots, 8 1/4”d; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 80.00
  783. Sunflower Gaudy Dutch breakfast plate ca. 1830; having a double border of wavy lines, 7 3/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  784. Carnation Gaudy Dutch breakfast plate ca. 1830; pearlware plate with double border of wavy lines and connected heart-shaped dots, 7 3/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  785. Grape Gaudy Dutch cup & saucer ca. 1830; pearlware handleless cup and saucer with single border of connected heart-shaped dots; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00
  786. Blue & purple rainbow spatter chamber pot ca. 1845; twelve-sided ironstone chamber pot with interior and exterior decoration, 6”x 9 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  787. Blue spatter ironstone pitcher with maroon transfer ca. 1860; English ironstone eight-sided pitcher having blue spatter with maroon transfer of a Chinese officials’ family and servers, 10”x 6 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  788. Blue spatter plate & creamer with blue transfer ca. 1860; English ironstone with blue transfer of a peafowl on a fountain and a waterscape background: fourteen rim panel dinner plate, 9 1/4”d; octagonal base creamer, 5 3/4”x 3 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  789. Coarse blue spatter plates with transfers ca. 1860; English ironstone: fourteen rim panel dinner plate with marron transfer of mid-eastern men and horses, 9 3/8”d; twelve edged luncheon plate with black transfer of horses and riders, 8 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  790. Covered tureen with red holly berry motif ca. 1850; English ironstone octagonal tureen with blue spatter rims having red holly berry borders, lid with a vertical shell form disk finial and an indistinct mark in base, 7 5/8”x 10 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 250.00
  791. Blue spatter deep dish with maroon transfer ca. 1860; English ironstone dish with fourteen paneled blue spatter border and central maroon transfer of mid-eastern scene with horses and horseman and former “Pook & Pook” auction label, 10 5/8”d, 1 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  792. Rectangular platter with blue spatter border & transfer ca. 1860; English ironstone platter with cut corners, blue spatter border and central blue transfer of a peafowl on a fountain in a garden and waterscape background, 10 3/8”x 13 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  793. Blue spatter rectangular platter with maroon transfer ca. 1860; English ironstone with cut corners, blue spatter border and central maroon transfer of a peafowl on a fountain in a garden and a waterscape background, 12 1/2”x 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  794. Jamoso coffee bin ca. 1860-1900; tin country store bin with molded feet having a black painted surface with pin striping and the name “Jamoso”, 19 1/2”x 22 1/2”x 31 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00
  795. Birdcage Windsor side chair ca. 1800-30; bamboo turnings with a box stretcher and retaining an early black painted surface, 16”x 16”x 31”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  796. Softwood bench table ca. 1830-60; having nicely-shaped end panels with a mortised seat, beaded skirt and foot rail, refinished, 65 1/2”x 36”x 28 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 120.00
  797. Yarn winder ca. 1800-40; having a clock dial and molded deck board on four splayed legs, 25 1/2”x 18 1/2”x 40”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  798. Pine blanket chest ca. 1856; dovetailed chest having turned feet, butt hinges, interior till with three hidden drawers and a pink painted surface over a red finish with the interior of lid inscribed “Catharina Louisa B. Shell 1856”, 37 1/2”x 21”x 26 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  799. 2 piece corner cupboard ca. 1810-40; softwood having one twelve-light door in the upper section and a molded cornice over a base with two raised-panel doors and supported on turned feet all retaining a later brown and white painted surface, 34”x 34”x 85 1/2”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 190.00
  800. Amberg’s Patent cabinet letter file ca. 1890; oak case having ten drawers with a roll-top front and paneled ends, paint stencil of manufacturer name across the top of the frieze board and retaining the original varnished surface, 31”x 16 1/2”x 31”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 150.00
  801. Painted blanket chest ca. 1815; softwood, dovetailed chest having strap hinges and a grabber lock retaining the original red painted surface and the date “1815” on the front panel mounted on casters, 51”x 22 1/2”x 23”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 350.00
  802. Hepplewhite inlaid chest of drawers ca. 1875-1920; mahogany chest having four graduated drawers fitted with oval brass pulls supported on inlaid French feet with the case having chamfered corners with inlay and inlay on the drawer fronts, end panels and edge of top and retaining an old refinished surface, 41”x 19 1/2”x 39 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 200.00
  803. Walnut chest on chest ca. 1780-1810; two piece pine secondary woods chest having a molded cornice, fluted quarter columns and a molded bracket base retaining the original oval brass pulls and escutcheons with an old refinished surface, 40”x 22”x 69 1/2”; Estimate $400.00-$700.00 Sold For 2,700.00
  804. Softwood mortised bench ca. 1840-80; having legs with cutouts and beaded aprons, refinished, 60”x 13”x 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00
  805. Wood chest with back ca. 1830-60; pine with two lids having butt hinges, back with shaped spindles, scrolled arms and supported by shaped feet and retaining an old gray painted surface, 61”x 18 1/2”x 37”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 500.00
  806. Windsor bow back arm chair ca. 1795-1815; having bamboo turnings, scrolled arms and a beaded bow with an old refinished surface, 16 1/2”x 18 1/2”x 36”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  807. Pine dry sink ca. 1830-60; having a single door with two recessed panels and cutout bracket feet, refinished, 42”x 20”x 34”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 325.00
  808. Empire walnut bookcase ca. 1850-75; two piece bookcase having two doors with arched glass, a cove molded cornice, four adjustable shelves with plate grooves, a base with two recessed panel doors and molded feet and retaining an old refinished surface, 46 1/2”x 20”x 90”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 270.00
  809. Softwood blanket chest ca. 1840-70; dovetailed, turned feet retaining the original brown varnished surface, 43 1/2”x 19”x 25”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00
  810. Softwood work table ca. 1840-60; having turned legs, single drawer fitted with wooden knobs and an old refinished surface, 54”x 35 1/2”x 33”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 190.00
  811. Early cobbler’s bench ca. 1800-50; mixed woods having a single drawer and an early leather-covered seat with an old varnish surface, 40 1/2”x 16 1/2”x 14 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00
  812. Tool chest ca. 1870-1910; softwood with bail handles, molded base and two interior lift-out trays having a painted brown surface with an eagle and shield decoration on a front panel, 37 1/2”x 18 1/2”x 20”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00
  813. Softwood pie safe ca. 1850-75; having tin panels that are pierced in geometric designs with a single drawer fitted with wooden knobs and shaped brackets on legs and retaining an old refinished surface, 32 1/2”x 15 1/2”x 59”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 675.00
  814. Butter working table ca. 1830-70; mixed woods having three turned legs with stretchers and retaining a refinished surface, 45”x 24”x 27 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  815. Set of 7 plank bottom chairs ca. 1840-70; half spindle chairs with shaped crest rail retaining the original brown paint and stencil paint decoration, 15”x 15 1/2”x 32 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 220.00
  816. Softwood farm table ca. 1810-30; having a two-board pegged top with dovetailed cleats, single drawer with wooden knobs supported by turned legs and in pegged construction, 54”x 35”x 29 1/2”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 230.00
  817. Splayed leg stand ca. 1830-60; softwood having tapered legs and a shaped back splash and end splashes retaining an old olive-green surface, 23 1/2”x 17”x 34”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  818. Small blanket chest ca. 1820-50; softwood, dovetailed chest having bracket feet, butt hinges and a till with hidden compartment having a refinished surface , 39 1/2”x 17 1/2”x 21 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  819. Mortised bench ca. 1840-80; softwood with cutout legs retaining its old untouched surface, 120”x 10 1/2”x 17”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  820. Pine corner cupboard ca. 1830-60; two piece cupboard with the upper section having a cove-molded cornice above a single door fitted with four raised panels, base with single drawer over a one-paneled door fitted with butt hinges and wooden knobs and retaining an old refinished surface, 18”x 105”x 18”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 160.00
  821. Floral pattern appliqued quilt ca. 1880; floral rose pattern central motifs surrounded by flower and vine border having a central round motifs in flowers on a white ground with floral and leaf quilting having a bound green fabric edge and white back, 80”x 67”; Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 210.00
  822. 4 block floral quilt ca. 1860-90; pink and green floral motifs in four blocks surrounded by wide red and black backing print on white fabric with pink banding and a brown and white printed tulip back, 76”x 74”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 110.00
  823. 9 block floral pattern quilt ca. 1860-90; each block appliqued with rose motif floral patterned print with inset yellow details in flowers having a white ground with original quilting pattern lines still remaining and a white backing, 84”x 84”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 350.00
  824. Block on point pieced quilt ca. 1860-80; pieced block on point floral pattern quilt in blue, pink and yellow printed cottons in cable and block patterned quilting with back strips of tan and gray printed cottons with red fringes, 79”x 75”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00
  825. Blocks on point pieced quilt ca. 1840-60; blocks on point quilt with twenty-five blocks on pink printed ground consisting of printed and plain fabrics having a brown, pink and white cotton back with front edge turned block, 72”x 68”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  826. Donkey hooked rug ca. 1940-60; yellow, brown, and tan donkey surrounded by multi-color square patterned background surrounded by a blue-gray border having wool and cotton hooked fabrics on a burlap ground professionally mounted in a wooden frame, 47”x 30”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 350.00
  827. 2 ornately carved eagle wall sconces ca. 1860-1900; highly skilled oak carved sconces with the back and upper shelf having carved fruit and pedal decoration, brace made of a three-dimensional carved eagle on log and gilded shelves attributed to ship’s carvers, 22”x 8 1/2”x 17 1/2”; Estimate $500.00-$800.00 Sold For 850.00
  828. Large oak splint vase/flower basket ca. 1900; tall vase shaped basket woven of oak splints and having red paint accent, 8 1/2”d, 21”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 25.00
  829. 2 small gathering baskets ca. 1850-1910; primitive oak splint orschbok egg basket, 7”x 7”x 5 1/4”; small berry basket attributed to Native Americans in the New York state uplands, 5”x 5”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  830. 2 Native American ash shave baskets ca. 1930s; both made from thin ash shavings in rounded form with open loop decoration and dyed accents: one with brown and green dye accent, 11”d, 5 1/2”h; one in purple and brown dye accent, 9”d, 6 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  831. 2 oak splint gathering baskets ca. 1880-1930; finely crafted rectangular shaped small market basket with broad splint handle and triple weave over brace, 12”x 7 1/2”x 9”; Quaker attributed round basket with blue dye accent, 10 1/2”d, 12”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00
  832. Rectangular ash weave market basket ca. 1880; two-handled basket with broad ash splint weave and two sturdy handles on the end of the basket, 22”x 14 1/4”x 9”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  833. 2 Native American style baskets ca. 1900-30; Penobscot swing handle basket of white ash splint with green, yellow and red dye accents, 10”x 10”x 9”; green and brown dyed covered sewing basket in bun shape made of ash splints  with open curl loop decoration on lid and raised curly loop feet, 9”d, 9”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  834. Walnut dovetailed utensil tray ca. 1850; tapered side tray in broad dovetailed construction having an arched three-hole carrier, extended tray base with quarter round profile and some cut nails used in construction, 16 1/2”x 10 3/4”x 7 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00
  835. Paint decorated lidded wall box ca. 1850; softwood salt box in an arch form box front with paint accent similar to wagon colors of green-blue and orange trim, 6”x 4 1/4”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  836. 2 small wooden band boxes ca. 1830-1900; one small Shaker style oval box, 3 3/8”x 2 3/8”x 1 5/8”; one European oval pantry box with bent spruce band, 5 7/8”x 3 3/4”x 2 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  837. Red painted shaker-style box ca. 1890; oak banded cheese shaped box with metal bail handle, 11”d, 6 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00
  838. 2 wrought iron bar & hook kettle trammels ca. 1750-1830; one altered tool decorated trammel with a diamond form decorated strap, 21” strap with 18” adj. hook; one narrow strap form, 26” strap with 21” adjustor hook; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  839. 2 hand wrought chain & hook kettle trammels ca. 1820-40; one ring type design, 44”; one with upper and lower hooks, 80”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.000
  840. Hand wrought saw tooth adjustable kettle trammel ca. 1750-80; early form broad strap with adjustable rod and hook hanger, 34”-52”x 2 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00
  841. 2 decorative tin wall pockets ca. 1830-1920; early match holder with pierce work heart and scroll design back and half cup holder, 3”x 1 1/2”x 8 1/4”; punched tin twelve-hole spoon rack with three tiers having a bird motif crest and later brass accents, 6 3/4”x 2 1/4”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00
  842. Cherry wood slicer/slaw bench ca. 1890; bench form slicer having a dovetailed slide box with slide-in dovetailed bench legs, 12 1/2”x 4 1/2”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  843. Tin handled “mammy” nursing bottle ca. 1850; shaped similar to a coffee pot with straight nipple and handle having a tin lid and three loop knob, 2 3/4”- 1 3/4”x 4 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00
  844. Copper inlaid flesh fork ca. 1890; hand wrought fork with hanger hook having copper inlay of maker “A.C. Bubenheim”, 2 1/2”x 16 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00
  845. Group of assorted hand wrought hardware ca. 1750-1890; matched pair set of bail-type handles from an immigrant’s chest with eye bolts and bolt escutcheon plates, 5” with drop handles; two pair of clip leaf design cabinet door pintles, 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  846. Group of hand wrought shutter dogs ca. 1750-1840; two unmatched slide bar type with decorative molded upper and lower cusps, 2”x 6” with 2 5/8” bar & 1 3/4”x 5 7/8” with 3” bar; match pair of turn-latch type in decorative floral design, 5 1/2”x 2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00
  847. 3 wrought iron key escutcheons ca. 1750-1830; one latch lock escutcheon with spire and scroll design upper and lower cusp, 2 3/4”x 7 3/8”; two with three-dimensional dimple accent with upper and lower spire and scroll pattern, 1 7/8”x 6 3/4” & 2 1/4”x 7 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00
  848. 2 rams horn side hinges ca. 1780-1800; unmatched pair in similar form: one with extended spurs from top of arch, 6 3/4”x 15”; one smaller form, 5 3/4”x 11 3/4”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 350.00
  849. Immigrant’s tape loom ca. 1831; softwood mortise and pin constructed type loom in an unusual hub four crutch form having the comb head initialed “J.M.B.” and dated “1838” with pyramid topped posts, 18 1/2”x 7”x 13”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  850. 2 PA drawn round oak rod baskets ca. 1920-30s; both accented with paint and attributed to Mentzer Bros. (Schoeneck area, Lancaster Co., PA): two-handled sewing basket, 6”-8 1/2”x 4”; simple apple basket, 7 3/4”- 9 1/4”x 4 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00
  851. Red smoke decorated trunk ca. 1850-70; dovetailed poplar chest with red paint having smoke grain decoration having a mounted chest lock and hinged lid, 24”x 12”x 10”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00
  852. Group of 3 primitives ca. 1890+; medium oak splint melon-shaped egg basket, 11 1/2”x 9”x 9”; two reproduction cast iron porringers, 4 1/4” & 5 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  853. 2 lighting primitives ca. 1860-90; four hole tin candle mold in square top and form, 2 1/4”x 2 1/4”x 10”; sheet metal hog scraper style candle with push-up center, 4”d, 8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00
  854. Walnut 1 drawer wall box ca. 1800; salt box with shaped upper and lower plate, back of box dovetailed and having a softwood dovetailed drawer with wooden knob, 7 1/4”x 6”x 11”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 70.00
  855. Veneer decorated dresser/hanky box ca. 1900-30; softwood box having a hinged lid, front with a heart and two stars, sides with inlaid stars, top having a diamond shaped inlay with stepping block design, lid with dental molding around the rim and retaining a small cabinet lock, 9 1/4”x 7 1/4”x 3 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  856. Lot of animal bells ca. 1850-1900; large tin cow bell with brass accent paint on broad leather strap, 10” bell, 20” strap; set of four rump bells on a leather strap, 18” strap; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00
  857. 4 kitchen primitives/utensils ca. 1830-1900; two wheel brass pie crimper attributed to Lechner & Stump (Sheridan, PA) with patent of Sept. 11, 1866, 6”; two hand wrought dough scrapers, 3 3/4”x 4”x 4 1/2”; half-moon kitchen chopper with wooden handle, 7”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  858. Group of 5 butchering utensils ca. 1870-1920; simply crafted brass and iron ladle, 5”d, 20”l; four various spatulas including one marked “David H. Horst” and one tool decorated, 15”-18”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  859. 2 Lancaster County round rod oak baskets ca. 1900-30; of drawn oak rods in the style of Jacob & Laemen Mentzer (Schoeneck, PA): two-handle apple basket with colorful accent to splints, 8 1/4”-12”d, 4 1/4”h; single handled gathering basket with some paint accents, 11”d, 12”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00
  860. American pewter teapot ca. 1845; flat banded round teapot with a broken-C scroll handle, 6 1/4”d, 7 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00
  861. 7 antique pewter ladles ca. 1830;  seven antique pewter ladles: one with “John Yates” touch (Birmingham, England), 1 3/4”d bowl, 6 5/8”l; one with consignor’s attribution to John Weekes (NYC), 2 3/4”d bowl, 7 1/2”l; five miscellaneous ladles including two with turned wood handles; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  862. 6 pewter spoons ca. unknown; two demitasse spoons with mid-rib handle and shell on back of bowl; one dessert size spoon with mid-rib handle and rat-tail on the back of bowl; one dessert size with trifid end handle and rat-tail on the back of bowl; one table spoon size with scroll decorated trifid end handle and scroll decorated rat-tail on the back of the bowl; one table spoon size with Hanoverian mid-rib handle and rat-tail on the back of the bowl; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  863. E. Capen American Britannia/pewter spirit lamp ca. 1845; having a two wick burner, lemon form font on an inverted baluster stem on a round stepped foot and impressed “E. Capen” on base, 3 3/4”d, 8 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  864. Tiffany & Co. sterling silver teapot with stand & burner ca. 1927; neo-classical design urn-shaped teapot with a tropical wood handle on a late art nouveau form stand with burner having all three elements marked “Tiffany & Co/ 17646 E Makers 3304/Sterling Silver/ 925-1000” with the teapot also marked “LAH 1927” and “2 1/4 pints”, 6 1/2”d, 12 7/8”h total; 60.6 ozt total weight; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $700.00-$1,400.00 Sold For 900.00
  865. Red, white and blue homespun linen ca. 1840; homespun linen yardage in a single loom width with blue, red and white; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00
  866. Joseph Deavler jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1844; blue and red wool and white cotton coverlet having self-fringed sides, applied fringe on bottom and a rolled top hem by Joseph Deavler for Hess, 100”x 75”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 60.00
  867. Jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1839; red, blue and green wool and white cotton coverlet with floral motifs and roosters on the bottom border having applied fringes on three sides and a pulled top hem woven for Adeline Addams, 98”x 81”; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 90.00
  868. H.F. Stager jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1865; in red, orange, green and blue wool and white cotton in star, floral and geometric motifs having self and sewn on fringe signed “Made by H.F. Stager, Mount Joy, Lancaster Co, PA, Fast, Color, No 1”, 81”x 78”; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 85.00
  869. Jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1860-80; red, green, blue and orange wool and white cotton with central star having floral surrounding motifs with applied fringes having a rolled top hem, 94”x 79”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 140.00
  870. Elizabeth H. Landis jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1870; red, green and blue wool and white cotton having self and applied fringes in one piece woven for Elizabeth H. Landis, 86”x 84”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 90.00
  871. John Smith jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1833; red and blue wool and white cotton having a rose pattern center and eagle borders woven by John Smith for Peter Mees, 97”x 81”; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 130.00
  872. Germanic architectural chest ca. 1750-1820; softwood having three arched panels on front, two recessed panels on lid, bail handles on ends fitted with shaped strap hinges, having two religious paper momentos inside of lid with chest retaining original faux-marble and grained decoration, 60”x 27”x 20 1/2”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 80.00
  873. Inlaid 8 day English tallcase clock ca. 1820-50; having an elaborately inlaid case with mahogany veneers, bellflower inlaid columns, inlays of vase, shell and foliage with painted dial marked “W. Chambers W-Hampton”, 21 1/2”x 10”x 91”; Additional Photo Estimate $700.00-$1,200.00 Sold For 170.00
  874. Eastlake hanging corner cupboard ca. 1870-1900; walnut having a single recessed panel door over an open shelf with scroll-work above door and shaped backboard, refinished, 14 3/4”x 14 3/4”x 33 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00
  875. Pair of Drew Lausch fan back Windsor chairs ca. 1970s; having bold turnings, shaped crest rails with carved ears and stamped “RDL” on under sides, 22 1/2”x 18”x 36”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 230.00
  876. Federal poster bed ca. 1810-40; having two-part turned posts with rails beaded and molded and bored for roping and retaining an early mahogany varnish over a salmon painted base, 51 1/2”x 76 1/2”x 80”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 45.00
  877. Inlaid mahogany card table ca. 1890-1930; gate legged Demilune with tapered legs having bellflower and line inlay and an inlaid skirt in an old varnish surface, 43”x 21 1/2”x 29 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 65.00
  878. Windsor arm chair ca. 1780-1820; rod bock with continuous rail, boldly turned legs and arm supports retaining traces of the original green paint, 24”x 16”x 38 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 160.00
  879. Comb back Windsor rocker ca. 1800-1900; having bamboo turnings, an oval seat, scrolled arms, shaped crest rail and refinished, 20 1/2”x 25”x 41”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00
  880. Softwood schoolmaster’s desk ca. 1830-60; having a single drawer with wooden knobs, turned legs, an open interior well and a red stained finish, 35 1/2”x 30”x 39 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 200.00
  881. Deacon’s bench ca. 1840-70; mixed woods having a rod back and scrolled arms supported by turned posts, refinished, 46 1/2”x 13 1/2”x 31”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00
  882. Mahogany ogee mirror ca. 1920-50; a broad frame enclosing a beveled mirror, 34 1/2”x 55”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  883. Canopy bed ca. 1800-30; mixed woods in a red finish having turned and fluted posts, molded brass bolt covers and brackets added to support box spring; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 140.00
  884. Hired man’s bed ca. 1820-60; softwood having turned legs and a roped frame appearing to be an early make-do with legs recycled from a large bed and retaining an old varnished surface, 72”x 21 1/2”x 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00
  885. Christian Hubar 30 hour tallcase clock ca. 1780-1854; a late Federal case with chamfered corners on fluted stiles, a paneled base, turned feet and a broken-arch pediment with finials housing a movement with painted dial marked “Christian Hubar 1854” (Cocalico Twp., Lancaster Co., PA) below a false moon wheel in the original red finish, [Provenance: David Musselman, Murrell, PA], 19 1/2”x 11”x 99”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $1,000.00-$1,800.00 Sold For 325.00
  886. Small Federal chest of drawers ca. 1815-30; with mahogany veneers, finely carved posts terminating in claw feet with Victorian brass hardware, refinished, 30 1/2”x 19 1/2”x 46 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00
  887. Decorated blanket chest ca. 1840-44; having recessed panels on all four sides, corner posts terminating in ball feet and retaining the original red painted surface with smoke decorated and stenciled panels and a note on the interior of lid attributing the chest to Mr. Thompson, 46”x 20”x 25”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 30.00
  888. Half spindle plank bottom settee ca. 1830-60; having a shaped crest rail and scrolled arms and a faux grained surface with stencil decoration consisting of fruit compotes, 70 1/2”x 21”x 35”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00
  889. Decorated blanket chest ca. 1830-70; softwood chest with butt hinges retaining the original stamped paint decoration of yellow on an ochre ground with black painted trim and turned feet, 44”x 22 1/2”x 24”; Estimate $400.00-$700.00 Sold For 300.00
  890. Delaware Valley style ladderback arm chair ca. 1940-80; having five arched rungs, turned posts, boldly turned stretcher and a rush seat, 23 1/4”x 23”x 46”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00
  891. Drexel Heritage heirloom inlaid secretary ca. 1900; Federal-style mahogany case with figured veneers and multiple border inlays having a broken arch crest with shell carved finial, multi- compartment prospect with inlays and document drawers over four drawers and supported by a molded bracket base, 20 1/2”x 40”x 92”; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00-$700.00 Sold For 260.00
  892. Wicker baby coach ca. 1870-1900; having wooden wheels supporting an elaborate basket mounted on springs with a turned handle and original silk umbrella, 50”x 27”x 54”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 30.00
  893. 2 piece cherry corner cupboard ca. 1810-40; upper section having two eight-lite doors, plate rails, spoon holders, and a molded cornice with the base having two drawers with incised designs and two doors having reeded recessed panels all mounted on a bracket base with reeding and fitted with brass “H” hinges, a refinished surface, 40”x 40”x 89”; Estimate $800.00-$1,200.00 Sold For 230.00