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September 30 & October 1, 2016

 

  1. Jonathan Bastian white tiger carving ca. 1989; having a raised tail and teeth exposed, 8"x 2"x 4"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 65.00

    2.      H.W. Dietrich reproduction two arm candle trammel ca. 1986; with spear tip on bottom of lamp bracket and cup candleholders with brass wax shield, 11"x 2 1/2"x 15"-21"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    3.      Large oak splint melon shaped basket ca. 1950; finely reproduced field gathering basket with a five rail bottom, two large side open grasp handles and maker's mark of "H.W.S.", 22"x 18"x 11 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    4.      Jonathan Bastian carved standing Santa ca. 1987; chip carved Santa in a green hooded coat holding a whittled Christmas tree and brown tote bag over his shoulder standing simply on Swiss style clog shoes, 3”d, 10 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00

    5.      H.W. Dietrich openwork utensils ca. 1980s; two piece set featuring a heart design spatula and a heart brace roaster fork both marked “H.W.D.”, 3 1/2”x 20 1/2” spatula; 3 1/2”x 21” fork; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    6       Group of 6 reproduction orschbok baskets ca. 1980s; all crafted by the Strauss family of Strausstown: four signed D. Strauss of Strausstown, PA, one initialed R.P.S. and one unsigned in various sizes crafted splint oak and some dated in 1980s and 1990s, 6”- 7 1/2”x 5 7/8”- 8”x 6”- 7 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    7.      2 Jonathan Bastian chip carved Santas ca. 1993 & 2004; pedestal base Santa holding a feather tree in brown/yellow with a red coat and green shoulder sack, 2 1/4”x 2”x 9”; small pedestal based Santa with outstretched arms holding a basket of apples, a feather tree and wearing a traditional red coat, 2 1/4”x 2”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00

    8.      H.W. Dietrich wrought iron toaster/meat roaster ca. 1980s; similar design to brassing rack with two small feet on a round ring with heart design toaster rails, five tin bird roasting racks and a twist metal brace/stand, 14 1/2”d, 1 1/2”x 15”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00

    9.      Jonathan Bastian chip carved man holding a carved bird ca. 1993; number four of carvings done specifically for Lester Breininger's porch sale in 1993; pedestal based carving depicts a man in a green overcoat holding a wooden carved bird with yellow paint, 3 1/4”x 2 1/2”x 11”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    10.  2 H.W. Dietrich wrought iron pieces ca. 1950-1990s; snake head footed heart design trivet with handle, 7 1/4”x 15”x 4 1/2”; revolving gridiron with serpentine and bar braces and a large twisted handle and brass inlay tag with a large snake's head foot, 10 1/2”d, 2 1/2” with 10” handle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 90.00

    11.    Reproduction copper weathervane ca. 1980-1990s; horse and sulky with rider weathervane on a tubular brass frame with a 3-D hollow molded horse, copper wire and sheet metal form sulky with wire wheels and driver holding copper reigns, 33”x 11”x 16 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 40.00

    12.    3 H.W. Dietrich wrought iron candlesticks ca. 1980-1990s; match pair of excellent crafted four footed chambersticks with bird's head large wrapped tail, whimsical figure with candle rest on back and copper rivet eyes, 6 1/2”x 1 3/4”x 2 3/8”; hanging candlestick with jamb peg hook and large sauce pan, 4”d pan, 7” arm, 6 1/2” jamb peg; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 60.00

    13.    H.W. Dietrich hanging wrought iron two arm candle lamp ca. 1980-1990s; sawtooth trammel adjustable hanging candle lamp with two arms having cup and wax shield tops, adjustment bracket is a S-type catch, 19 1/4”-30”x 13”x 5”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00

    14.    2 H. W. Dietrich wrought iron heart shaped trivets ca. 1970-1990s; standard size three spade footed trivet with tool punch decoration and signed with punch strike, 4 7/8”x 5 3/8”x 1 1/8”; miniature three post footed trivet with tool decoration having both full name punch strike and “H.W.D.” initial strike, 2 1/4”x 3”x 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    15.    3 pcs. reproduction redware ca. 1980 & 2004; two pieces of Lester Breininger redware created in 1980 with slip decoration: oval vegetable dish with flowing water slip pattern and rectangular vegetable dish with fish net design slip decoration, 8 1/2”x 6”x 2” & 10”x 7”x 1 1/2”; Ned Foltz sgraffito bee hive decoration small square bowl dated 2004, 7 1/4”x 7 1/4”x 2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00" Sold For 55.00

    16.    6 Breininger place settings ca. 1980; six various slip design decorated 10” dinner plates; six various 5 1/2” slip decorated saucers; six non-handled cups; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 130.00

    17.    2 pcs. Ned Foltz redware ca. 2000 & 2003; small mixing bowl with pour spout in a sgraffito rose of sharon design with two small ear/handles, 2 3/4”- 5”d, 3 1/2”h; sgraffito large pie plate with bird of paradise and rose of sharon design with tulip floral banding, 11 1/4”d, 1 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00" Sold For 120.00

    18.    "Redware “Adam and Eve” statue by Eldreth Pottery" ca. 1995; rectangular plate based statue of Adam and Eve on either side of the Tree of Knowledge with the serpent coiled through the tree and facing Eve who is holding an apple with an extended arm with slip accent colors, 11”x 5 1/2”x 7 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 130.00

    19.    Jonathan Bastian carved wooden eaglet ca. 1989; Schimmel-style carving with eaglet perched on a wooden base with spread wings and painted in red, gold and black accents, 8”x 2”x 6 7/8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00

    20.    2 Ned Foltz redware planters ca. 1992 & 1999; small traditional pot with fluted rim and banding with connected tray base, 3”-5 1/2”d, 4 3/4”h; one piece planter with tray base and fluted rim having floral and bird slip decoration, 6 1/2”- 9 1/2”d, 8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 90.00

    21.    2 Ned Foltz redware planters ca. 1993 & 2005; one part traditional PA form pot mottled glazed with fluted rim and banding, 4 1/4”- 6 1/2”d, 4 1/2”h; two-part slip decorated pot with fluted rim and rope twist ear handle in slip and green floral pattern decoration, 4 1/2”- 9 1/2”d, 7 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    22.    Lester Breininger sgraffito decorated charger ca. 11/19/2001; decorated with two gents on galloping horses with one horse in black glaze and other in redware reveal red, 12 3/8”d, 1 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    23.    2 Ned Foltz redware bowls ca. 1996 & 1998; deep pie dish with sgraffito rooster with high tail feathers standing on stem of tulip flower, 9”d, 1 1/2”h; tulip slip decorated bowl with slip decorated and fluted rim, 9 1/4”d, 3”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00

    24.    Herr signed brown eagle carving ca. 1962; brown eagle perched on a half-sawn cedar log with glass eyes, 9”x 6”x 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 240.00

    25.    8 redware decorated eggs ca. 1983-2001; group of six Lester Breininger sgraffito decorated standard size eggs in various patterns, 2 1/4”x 1 1/2”x 1 3/8”; Foltz sgraffito decorated large egg with floral bands and floral ribbon, 4”x 3”; dark glazed sgraffito large egg with tulip ends and quilted ribbon band, 4”x 3”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 270.00

    26.    Walter & June Gottshall large circus wagon ca. 1985; colorful cage wagon containing a tiger pulled by a dappled black and cream color horse with wagon in red paint, wheels and wagon accented with yellow, green and red paint [Provenance: ex-Earl & Ada Robacker Collection]; 27”x 11 1/4”x 13 1/2”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 1,150.00

    27.    Indenture signed by Conrad Weiser ca. 1752; for 108 acres of land in Tulpehocken Twp., Berks Co., between Jacob Fisher and Adam Fisher, Frame- 33”x 19”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 475.00

    28.    2 framed sale bills ca. 1912 & 1916; 1912 public sale for Adam Neagle of West Cocalico Twp., printed by Denver Print Press, 17”x 21”; 1916 public sale for Mary Holtzman in Sinking Springs, printed by Eagle in Reading, 21”x 19”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    29.    Tauf schein & Haus segen ca. 1820-1840; tauf schein printed by Ebner in Allentown and recording birth and baptism of daughter to Johannes Forbes in Exeter Twp, 16 1/2”x 19 1/2”; haus segen printed by Ritter in Reading, 16 1/2” x 19 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00

    30.    3 tauf scheins ca. early 1800s; printed by Ritter, Reading recording the birth/baptism of Catharine Klein, Bethel Twp, Berks Co., 16 1/2”x 19 1/2”; printed by Ebuer, Allentown recording the birth/baptism of Benjamin Yeagley, Longswamp Twp, Berks Co., 17 1/4”x 20 1/2”; the third is unused and printed by Dreisbach, Bath, PA, 17 3/4”x 21 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    31.    Framed haus segen ca. 1750-1800; early broadside entitled Ein Schoner Christlachen Haus-Segen, Frame 11”x 9”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 250.00

    32.    4 Tauf scheins ca. 1806-1849; three printed form tauf scheins by Ritter in Reading and one printed by Blummen in Allentown, including the Zettelmoyer, Bieber, and Bori family names; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    33.    Framed public sale broadside ca. 1831; public sale for Daniel Kern of real estate including a property along the Schuylkill River, Hamburg, Berks Co., frame 15”x 22 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 90.00

    34.    Framed calligraphy ca. 1893; calligraphy work of birds and leaves by Thomas M. Bross in an oak frame, frame 18 1/2”x 17”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    35.    2 Framed tauf scheins ca. 1861-1863; two printed form tauf scheins by Saeger in Allentown  with hand painted accents, including the William Adams family of Macungie and the Charles Titlow family of Trexlertown, Frames - 20”x 22 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    36.    2 Framed tauf scheins ca. 1839 & 1863; the first printed by Blummen of Allentown and recording the 1839 birth of Adam Leitz in West Cocalico Twp., 14”x 17”; the second printed by Saeger in Allentown and recording the 1863 birth of Davis Boner in Berks Co., 20”x 22 1/2”; both hand painted accents; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00

    37.    Ezra B Zook Amish Diary ca. 1895; Amish diary written in English with bookplate and folk artwork, 7”x 8 1/4”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 325.00

    38.    The Presidents of the United States wall chart ca. 1845; printed by T. E.H. Ensign, New York, 32”x 43”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 230.00

    39.    Benjamin Franklin memorial ribbon ca. 1790; block print on silk ribbon featuring Franklin and contained in early envelope, “said to have been worn at his funeral”, Ribbon- 2”x 3”; Estimate $200.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00

    40.    2 Charles Seymour signed letters ca. 1941; printed on Yale letterhead and signed by the former president of Yale University, 7 1/2”x 9 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00

    41.    Pennsylvania post-Civil War era payment certificate ca. 1872; signed by former Union Generals Geary and Hartranft, 14 1/2”x 8 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 160.00

    42.    Framed tauf schein ca 1840s; printed by Ritter, Reading and recording birth/baptism of Mria Kurtz, Northampton Co., Frame 21 3/4”x 24”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00" Sold For 60.00

    43.    3 Framed indentures ca. 1800s; 1830 indenture between Henry Roland and Sam. Mellinger for land in New Holland, 25 1/2”x 21 1/2”; 1839 indenture between Sam. Mellinger and Israel Melling for land in Leacock Twp. and signed by William Konigmacher, 24 1/2”x 20 1/2”; 1847 indenture between Estate of Dietrich Dishong and Israel Mellinger for land in Earl Twp., 22 1/4” x 26 1/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00

    44.    Map of the United States of America ca. 1800; printed by W. Barker, Philadelphia and featuring the states of Kentucky and Tennessee but prior to Ohio's 1803 statehood, Frame- 17”x 13”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 425.00

    45.    Indenture signed by Robert Coleman ca. 1806; indenture for land in Elizabeth Twp, Lanc. Co., between Balser Gantz and William Fausel and signed by Robert Coleman, Ironmaster and Associate Judge, 20 3/8”x 16 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    46.    2 Steiff “Terry” dogs ca. 1950s-1960s;  medium and  small sized Steiff dogs with original buttons and tags, 11”x 4”x 8 1/2” & 4”x 2”x 4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    47.    Cast iron Fox Terrier doorstop ca. 1930-1940; large size half formed doorstop on a flat base, 10 3/4”x 1 3/4”x 10”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00

    48.    Child's patriotic wooden drum ca. 1860-1880; child's rope tension drum with three decorated vignettes of a boy in a sailor's outfit, an eagle on a patriotic shield, a boy wearing army outfit and a star & scroll designed rim, 10 3/4”d x 8 1/4”h; Estimate $300.00-$600.00 Sold For 100.00

    49.    American Maid tea set ca. 1930-1940 Sold For 70.00

    50.    Child's cast iron stove ca. 1863-1910; Orr, Painter, & Co., Reading stove complete with plates, doors, side shelf, and stove pipe, 13” x 7 1/2” x 7”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 160.00

    51.    Chiquita Toy Dishes tea set ca. 1940s; J. Pressman & Co. Inc. Model #225 child's jadeite tea set in the original box featuring a man in sombrero on a donkey, Box 13”x 11”x 2 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00

    52.    2 tin windup toys ca. 1950s; Japanese clown on unicycle marked T.P.S., 3” x 3 1/2” x 5 1/2”; tin policeman on a cycle, 8 1/2” x 3” x 5 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00

    53.    Chiquita Toy Dishes tea set ca. 1940s; J. Pressman & Co. Inc. Model #225 child's jadeite tea set in the original box featuring a man in sombrero on a donkey, 13”x 11”x 2 3/4” box; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    54.    Nylint Pepsi delivery truck ca. 1959-1963; Nylint No. 5500 Ford delivery truck with bag wagon, 4 cases of bottles, and original box, box 17” x 6 1/2” x 6 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 65.00

    55.    Chiquita Toy Dishes tea set ca. 1940s; J. Pressman & Co. Inc. Model #225 child's jadeite tea set in the original box featuring a man in sombrero on a donkey, 13”x 11”x 2 3/4” box; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    56.    Tyrolese “New Creedmore” mechanical bank ca. pat date 11-6-1877; J & E Stevens William Tell mechanical bank featuring William Tell shooting a crossbow towards a tree, 10”x 2 3/4”x 6 1/2”; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00 Sold For 425.00

    57.    Strutco hook and ladder fire truck ca. 1950s; rare form hook and ladder fire truck on SFD frame with hydraulic hook and ladder, large central cylinder and side wheel crank siren, 33”x 6”x 71/4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 70.00

    58.    Jensen steam engine power plant toy ca. 1970s; home assembled power plant set combines an electric power model 25 steam engine and model 15E turbine generator and accessories assembled on a plywood platform, 16”x 16”x 19”; Estimate $200.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00

    59.    Mechanical toy tool platform ca. 1900s; platform includes early Johanne L Hess #63 deadb low hammer mill, unsigned hammer forge house with side water wheel, windmill, wooden saw and grinder on bases, and two late Jensen drive shafts mounted on a plywood platform, 19 1/2”x 19”x 5 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 55.00

    60.    Cast iron bison still bank ca. 1900-1930; bronze painted cast iron bank in the form of a bison bull, 8”x 3”x 5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00

    61.    2 Victorian era child's toys ca. 1890; composition head Frozen Charlotte blonde doll with cloth & leather accented body in a vintage peach color dress & undergarments, 17” tall; arch back chair made my Ira Ebersole, 9”x 9”x 16 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 55.00

    62.    Paint decorated child's rocker ca. 1900; brown and floral painted arm rocker with shaped arms, 12 1/2”x 20”x 22”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00

    63.    Ned Foltz slip decorated bread bowl ca. 1995; two-color oval deep dish with interspersed slip and dark glaze flowing water decoration and a pie crimp rim, 18 1/2”x 11 1/4”x 2 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    64.    Walter J. Gottshall reproduction watch display ca. 1980; three color decorated shadow box with an arch top sliding glass viewing window and heart and spire design top/crest outside of a box sponge decorated and yellow, red and green paint accented front, 6 1/2”x 3 3/4”x 14”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    65.    M.L. Jackson reproduction theorem painting ca. 1982; framed fruit basket design theorem on felt in a painted frame, 15”x 12 1/2”x 1 1/4” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00

    66.    Pair of K. Hurd reproduction tin wall sconces ca. 2000s; feather crested candle reflector shades with faux aged tin signed “K. Hurd” on bottom of sconce, 6 3/4”x 4 1/8”x 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    67.    2 Lester Breininger wall plaques ca. 1974-1976; large mottled glazed angel figure with spread wings, folded hands and molded with press in a 3-D mold design, 17”x 16”x 1”; sheep design with slip, green and mottled glaze with a bevel edge frame, 12”x 8 3/4”x 1 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 240.00

    68.    Lester Breininger pelican design bowl ca. 1973; bowl with distelfink/pelican design and floral band slip decoration with script on back by Lester “The Pelican - Ancient Symbol of Piety and Atonement” and mottled glaze accent, 11 1/2”d, 2 3/8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 85.00

    69.    Sgraffito starburst design platter ca. 12/5/1990; fine crafted platter with multi-facet compass star design, central figure with green, black and slip accented star and each panel of the bevel edge in either tulip or distelfink design, 13 7/8”x 14”x 1 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00

    70.    2 pcs. reproduction pottery ca. 1990s; redware jug shaped bank with rooster crowing finial by Wisconsin with two handles and mottled glazing, 5 1/4”d, 11 1/2”h; reproduction stoneware framed twelve-sided mirror with round central mirror and molded points with cobalt blue band, 13 1/4”x 14”x 2 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00

    71.    Russell Henry footed bowl ca. 1992; decorated earthenware footed bowl with an interior motif of a pomegranate potted in a two handle tan jardiniere surrounded by “Liever Gott meer bedonk mich uns fooder fer” legend with bowl having an interior green spatter rim and green spatter on exterior base with base incised “2-92/RH Hay Creek/Left Handed Russell Henry”, 8”d, 2 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    72.    Russell Henry bowl ca. 1991; decorated earthenware bowl with an interior motif of an orange tree potted in a blue decorated jardiniere, bowl has a green spatter rim on a maize ground and base incised “11-91/RH Hay Creek/Left Handed Russell Henry”, 7 1/4”d, 2 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00

    73.    2 small Russell Henry creamers ca. 1971 & 1991; blue, brown and white cottage on grassy plot between two trees, sienna body and base inscribed “RH Hay Creek/ 12-71”, 2 1/8”d, 2 1/4”h; three colored bands in blue, brown and tan with base inscribed “RH Hay Creek/12-91”, 1 7/8”d, 2 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    74.    2 Russell Henry bowls ca. 1992; green edged bowl with blue and mahogany hearts and five blue, black, green, orange and mahogany floral bouquets on a beige ground with base incised “12-92/ RH Hay Creek/Left Handed Russell Henry”, 6 3/4”d, 2 7/8”h; brown edged bowl with a brown eyed Susan motif, base incised “9-92/RH Hay Creek/Left Handed Russell Henry”, 6 5/8”d, 2 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    75.    Joan Raab reproduction Fraktur watercolor ca. 1976; re-created Fraktur of a bookplate of Maydalena Meisrer with two bird and flower spray in a faux paint decorated frame, 6”x 8”x 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    76.    Phil Gottshall folk art milk wagon ca. 1993; dated folk art scene of a milk wagon with hood covered seat having a painted horse pulling a wagon with milk can and barrels and tailage with “Gruven”, 17 1/2”x 6 3/4”x 8 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00

    77.    3 Gottshall family carvings ca. 1970-2001; two undated carvings by Luke Gottshall: one small horse head carving to hang on the wall with soda tab hanger signed in red pen by Luke W. & Fannie K. Gottshall, 2 1/2”x 3 1/2”x 3 3/4”; very primitive style quilt frame sewing bird clamp, 5 1/2”x 1 1/2”x 6”; Walter & June Gottshall blue and yellow bird on jar lid carving dated 2001, 3 1/2”x 3 1/2”x 4 1/2” jar; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    78.    3 Harvey Steiner copperware trinkets ca. 1930-45; small squat copper coffee pot with tapered body and lid with ring lifter and tapered spout, 3 1/4”- 6”d, 2” spout; another coffee pot in the same style but much smaller, 1 1/2”- 3 5/8”d, 2 3/4” spout; coal bucket ash tray, 1 1/2”d, 3 3/4”x 2 3/8”x 3 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00

    79.    Walter & June Gottshall owl carving ca. 1991; fine chip carved medium size owl carved standing on block base with gray owl in red, black and yellow accent spots with eyes wide open on a white background, 3 1/2”x 5”x 11 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 600.00

    80.    Walter & June Gottshall chip carved eagle ca. 1984; standing on a green wooden base with eagles head held up and breast pushed forward, 2 3/4”x 3 1/2”x 10 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 525.00

    81.    Drive chain snake ca. 1990+; folk art snake crafted from motorcycle drive chain with links welded and head flattened steel, 9”x 6”x 4 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00

    82.    Delores Hackenberger oil on canvas ca. March 1963; depicting a large brick two story farmhouse with small brick summer kitchen having a bell tower, large yellow painted barn with brick and yellow painted tobacco shed with stripping room windows facing the road having “Farm in Brownstown, PA 1963” marked on rail, 36”x 16” canvas; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 300.00

    83.    8 pcs. of contemporary PA redware ca. 1980-2000s; two yellow ground plates with multi-color bird motifs and artist signed “Al Donohoe”, 8 1/8”d; two reddish-brown ground plates with multi-color bird and tulip motifs and artist signed “Al Donohoe”, 8 1/8” & 8 1/4”d; three reddish brown ground plates with multi-color bird motifs and artist signed “Tom, Jessie and J. Zebley”, 8 1/2”d; slightly bulbous bank in reddish brown glaze with vertical slot and decorated in yellow slip with green splashes and signed on base “Jeff White 2001”, 3”d, 4 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    84.    Silk screen copy of 1793 Taufschein ca. 1953; George Schaufler 1793, Bethel Twp, Dauphin Co., PA taufschein screen copy matted with note stating this is a copy of a fraktur they owned and gave as a Christmas gift in 1953, 19”x 16 1/2” framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00

    85.    2 pcs. Shooner redware ca. 2001-2008; Greg Shooner green and mottled glaze storage jar with tin lid and brown glaze flowers, 4 3/4”d, 7 1/2”h; small oval plate with pineapple by Mary Shooner, 6 1/4”x 4 7/8”x 1 1/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00

    86.    Greg Shooner green sgraffito glazed storage jar ca. 2001; bulbous jar with green glaze, sgraffito work stemmed flower and script “Good Luck?” with a reproduction tin lid, 6 1/2”d, 8 1/2”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00

    87.    2 Greg Shooner redware storage jars ca. 2002-2005; storage jar with small mouth in green and brown glazed cock's comb floral design, 4 1/2”d, 8 5/8”h; flared lip storage jar with slip, brown and green glaze upper and lower band, center decorated with brown faux smoke rings and a tin lid, 3 7/8”d, 6”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 240.00

    88.    Greg Shooner redware jar ca. 2004; tall redware bulbous shaped jar in mottled brown and green glazing with pie wheel incised band and two large handles, 7”d, 9 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 170.00

    89.    Tom Loose hog scraper candlestick ca. 1990; signed reproduction push-up “hog scraper” candlestick having a step rolled brass ring and small clip tip carry tote, 3 3/4”d, 6 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00

    90.    Miniature tin box kerosene lantern ca. 1990+; dollhouse proportioned lantern with four raised feet, small hinged door and reproduction tin kerosene slide-in burner, 2 1/4”x 2 1/4”x 3 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00

    91.    Ephrata imprint ca. 1825; Das Guldene ABC printed for David Landes; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00

    92.    Ephrata imprint ca. 1812; Das Heutige Signal printed by Jacob Ruth; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00

    93.    Philadelphia imprint ca. 1816; Eine Kurze Darstellung; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00

    94.    Harrisburg imprint ca. 1820-1840; Lutherishes ABC Buchlein, printed by G.S. Peters; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    95.    Germantown imprint ca. 1797; Das Kleine Davidische Psalterspiel, printed by Billmeyer; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00

    96.    2 books ca. mid 1800s; 1854 German Heilige Schrift with family record for Samuel Nunnemacher; 1824 Das Neue Testament, printed in Carlisle by Moser and Peters; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    97.    2 imprints ca. mid 1800s; two Kutztown and Allentown imprints, Der Sanger am Grabe, Rechner; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00

    98.    4 Lancaster imprints ca. mid 1800s; 1825 Trostgrunde, 1831 Schatztammer, 1845 Erzxuter Jacob, 1854 Hand-Buchlein, all printed Johann Barr; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    99.    2 Libanon imprints ca. 1815 & 1820; printed by Joseph Hartman, 1815 Biographische?George Washington; 1825 Blumen-Gartlein; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00

    100.  3 Harrisburg imprints ca. mid 1800s; 1829 Gebet Buchlein, 1830 Sammlung, and 1833 Rechner; one printed by Peters and the other two by Baab; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    101.  2 Philadelphia imprints ca. 1830-1831; Das Neue Testament with bookplate for Johannes Lefeber, 1832; Starcks Handbuch; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    102.  6 Reading imprints ca. 1807-1833; various titles with three printed by Sage and three printed by Ritter; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    103.  Printed tauf schein ca. 1827; printed by Moser and Peters and signed by scrivner Dantz Diefenbach, recording the 1827 birth of Johaness Reitz, Hanover Twp., Dauphin Co., Frame 16”x 19”; Estimate $100.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    104.  Baumann tauf schein ca. 1811; printed by Samuel Baumann in Ephrata, PA and recording a birth and baptism in the Schmidt family of Cocalico Twp., Frame-19 3/8”x 17”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    105.  Baumann tauf schein ca. 1810; printed by Baumann  in Ephrata, PA and recording birth and baptism in the Johannes Frey family of Brecknock Twp., Lanc. Co., 19 1/2”x 17”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    106.  Ephrata printed indenture ca. 1766; printed in English by the Ephrata Brotherhood for land belonging to Jacob Swanger in Newmanstown, Heidelberg Twp; Frame- 21”x 17”; Estimate $200.00-$300.00 Sold For 200.00

    107.  Plot of Reading, Berks Co. ca. 1846; made by M. L. Richards and printed in Philadelphia, 38”x 28”; Estimate $100.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00

    108.  Indenture for George Dawson Coleman ca. 1855, printed in Lebanon Pa for a three acre tract of land in West Cocalico Twp., to Abraham Kurtz, Frame- 32 1/2”x 22 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00

    109.  Society of Red Man broadside ca. 1910; framed diploma for Earl H. Shellmartin, Reinholds, PA of the Cocalico tribe at Reinholds, by scrivener James Hower, Frame- 28”x 33 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00

    110.  2 cast iron Dutch oven kettles ca. 1800-1860; ten kettle with three triangular feet, hanger ears and a set inside lid with arch top and a large grasp handle, 10 1/2”d, 9”h; 11” kettle with seated high rim lid, three feet, ring type ears and hanger rod, 11 1/2”d, 9”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00

    111.  2 pc. wrought iron hearthside cookware ca. 1780-1830; cast iron round gridiron with rod and serpentine design grid and a wrought iron hoop-type hanger, 14”d, 9 1/2”h; hand wrought kick toaster with tri-foot handled base, rectangular rotating tray with arch and a sheath design rack, 14 1/2”x 2”x 3 1/2” tray/rack; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 75.00

    112.  Cast iron cauldron/gypsy kettle ca. 1800-1850; three foot carboy shaped kettle with two decorative rings, wrought iron hanger and cast iron seat in lid accompanying, 12”d, 12”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    113.  Hand wrought brazier stand ca. 1800-1850; travelers grill having an odd combination of three high legs with candle holder under bracket for warming plate, iron brazier bowl would have place on trivet stand and adjustable four tine fork/rack fork grilling meats, 12”d, 13” top of stand; 5” rack on 10” arm; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 70.00

    114.  Lignum vitae mortar & pestle ca. 1800-1850; block turned solid base having ornamental turned sides with rounded rim and large turned walnut pestle, 10 3/4”d, 10 1/2”h mortar; 17” pestle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 100.00

    115.  3 pc. hearthside cast iron cookware ca. 1800-1900; four mold ball shaped tea kettle with gooseneck spout, pale type handle, three small iron feet and iron lid, 9”d, 8 1/2”h, 3 1/2” spout; hanging round griddle, 13 1/2”d; footed iron sauce kettle with round bottom and iron swing handle, 7 3/4”d, 5 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00

    116.  3 hearthside utensils ca. 1800-1920; handwrought skimmer ladle with incised tool decoration, 5 1/4”d, 18 1/2”l; altered brass and iron ladle with three wrought iron legs for sauce dish, 5 1/4”d, 10”h; wrought iron and copper roasting pan with wrought iron handle, 9 1/2”d, 10 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    117.  3 wooden mortar & pestles ca. 1800-1890; turned walnut solid base mortar with round bottom interior and walnut pestle, 5 1/2”d, 7 3/8”h with 11 1/4” pestle; swelled turned walnut mortar with turned hickory pestle with a knob top, 5 1/2”d, 6 3/4”h with 9” pestle; hand hewn burl oak small mortar on pedestal base having a turned oak pestle, 4 1/4”d, 6”h with 7 1/4” pestle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    118.  3 cast iron hearthside cooking pieces ca. 1760-1850; early three-footed bean pot with hangers in ball shape form with a high neck and lid molded with arch handle, 8”d, 11”h, 2 1/2” neck; footed skillet with rounded bottom and handle, 9 7/8”d, 4 3/4”h, 8 3/4” handle; complex four-mold goose neck tea kettle with dome molded lid, hand wrought hanger handle and lid rest, 9”d, 11 1/2”h, 5” spout; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00

    119.  5 wrought iron kitchen pieces ca. 1730-1860; jamb spike lamp hanger hook, 7” with 2” hook; kettle lifter with hook and grasp, 5”x 4 1/2”; rod-style triangular trivet, 7 1/4”x 2 1/8”; open work kettle hook, 4”x 8 1/2”; rod style combination trivet/hooked hanger trivet for brazier, 5 5/8”x 1 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    120.  2 pcs. wrought iron hearth cookware ca. 1790-1850; rack with handled sloped gridiron having grease dripping grids and tubular adj. tray, 11 1/2”x 11” rack x 6 3/4”h with 9 1/2” handle; hanging drop-down plate warmer with extended U-shaped handle, 14”x 9” with 16 1/2” handle; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 60.00

    121.  2 wrought iron cooper's cressets ca. 1790-1900; earlier form three tier pinned ring and legs, 8 1/4”-7”d x 16”; later form with three tier rounded rings through leg, 7 1/4”-6”dx 15 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    122.  Wooden carved pow-wow mortar & pestle ca. 1750-1800; two handle carved walnut chalice mortar with pinwheel “hex” design and an hourglass shape, 4”d, 6 1/2”h; later pestle whittled to match chalice, 6 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 150.00

    123.  Miniature roasting rack ca. 1850-1950; bell-shaped three fork roasting stand with three pad feet, 6”d, 14”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    124.  3 turned mortar & pestles ca. 1750-1880; mid-18th century turned oak pedestal based mortar with incised lines on bulbous form having a later era cherry turned pestle, 5”d, 7”h with 9” pestle; turned walnut bulbous form mortar with solid base, lipped edge and maple turned pestle accompanying, 6”d, 7”h with 10 1/2” pestle; later 1800s turned cherry mortar and maple pestle, 6”d, 7”h with 8 1/2” pestle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    125.  2 wrought iron hearth cookware pieces ca. 1750-1850; early revolving tri-footed roast spit with three section drip tray and six skewers, 11 1/2”x 15” base; four-foot square gridiron with diamond shaped grasp on handle and hanging eye, 9 3/4”x 10”x 3 1/4” with 8 1/2” handle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00

    126.  2 rare form mortar & pestles ca. 1700-1830; hourglass shaped burl oak mortar with small maple turned pestle, 5 3/8”x 6”; unusual tall pilsner glass shaped mortar with maple turned sloped pestle, 3 3/8”x 8 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00

    127.  2 wrought iron revolving gridirons ca. 1750-1850; early round gridiron with pad feet and beveled shoulder handle, 11 3/4”d, 3 1/4”h with 10 1/2” handle; revolving square gridiron with handled three foot base, 12”x 12”x 2 1/2” with 14” handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    128.  3 turned wooden mortar & pestles ca. 1750-1820; early turned pedestal base with incised lines and green milk paint having an early turned pestle; late 1700s pedestal based mortar turned from walnut with decorative molded accents and a tapered lip having a walnut pestle; early 1800s turned figured cherry pedestal based mortar with chalice vessel and a small cherry pestle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 100.00

    129.  2 wrought iron hearth cookware utensils ca. 1750-1830; early bar and hook kettle trammel with incised tool decoration, 42”-60”x 2”; wrought iron tong handled cast iron waffle iron having handles with wrapped hook keeper, 8”x 4 1/2” head on 32” handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00

    130.  2 wrought iron hearthside kick toasters ca. 1750-1830; tri-foot kick toaster with arch and wheat sheath pattern rack and rattail handle, 1 1/2”x 11 1/2”x 3 1/2” with 17” handle; tri-foot base with two level rectangular brace rack and diamond shaped handle with eye hanger, 1 3/4”x 14 1/4”x 4” rack on 17 1/2” base; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 70.00

    131.  Carved burl walnut mortar & pestle ca. 1830-1850; mortar with broad lip rim and base having evidence of carving with a period pestle accompanying, 4 7/8”x 6” with 7 3/4” pestle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    132.  2 wrought iron fireplace meat grilling tools ca. 1750-1850; early hanging square gridiron with serpentine rack and arch with diamond hanger pin, 10”x 10 1/2” with 6”h hoop & 3 1/2” revolving pin; 1800s era combination hanging cooking rack/adjustable spit with the rack having ram's horn decoration, warming plate and a file chip decorated handle while the spit has a four notched rest and three two-tine forks 13 1/4”x 8”x 10” with 5 1/2” handle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00

    133.  Hand wrought rotisserie on adjustable stand ca. 1800-1850; rotisserie and rack has skewer and triton, crank handle on three level adjustable rack with arch and pad foot base, 24”x 8 1/2”x 25 1/2” with 34” skewer; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 170.00

    134.  2 wooden millet mortar & pestles ca. 1750-1850; green painted pedestal based turned oak with chalice/sloped vessel and a turned maple masher, 4 7/8”-7”d, 8 1/4”h with 9 1/2” pestle; softwood turned pedestal base mortar with cylinder shaped vessel and turned maple pestle, 5 1/8”d, 8 3/4”h with 9 1/2” pestle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 100.00

    135.  2 wrought iron hearth spits ca. 1730-1900s; very early footed spiked three tiered corn dryer/roasting rack with wrapped feet, 6 1/2”x 3 1/2”x 18”; reproduction six-tine roasting fork with rattail handle, 18 1/2”x 16”x 13” with 3 1/2”h spikes; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00

    136.  2 wooden mortar & pestles ca. 1780-1830; hand-hewn walnut millet mortar with pedestal base and a carved oak pestle, 5 1/4”d, 8 1/2”h with 10 1/2” pestle; finely turned maple pedestal based mortar with recessed turned bands and a turned maple pestle, 5 1/4”d base, 7 1/2”d vessel with 10 1/2” pestle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00

    137.  Carved narrow trencher & 8 wooden utensils ca. 1830-present; stained reproduction hand-hewn narrow trencher from softwood log, 22 1/2”x 6 3/8”x 3 1/4”; eight various wooden utensils including: three carved large mixing spoons, a chip carved butter ladle, a reproduced wooden fork with hooked top, a large cheese curd, wooden skimmer/dipper (one item or 2??) and an oblong carved spoon; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00

    138.  White milk glass “Cosmos” items ca. 1900-1930; molded white milk glass having blue, pink and yellow flowers with a netting background and pink rim band including a water pitcher, 6 1/2”d, 9”h and six tumblers, 2 7/8”d, 3 5/8”h; covered sugar, 4 5/8”d, 5 3/4”h; covered butter, 8”d, 5 5/8”h; cream jug, 4”d, 4 7/8”h; syrup jug with fitted nickel plated top, 3 7/8”d, 6”h; castor set with salt, pepper and mustard having screw-on nickel plated tops and base with wire loop handle, 5 7/8”d, 7”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    139.  2 white milk glass oil lamps ca. 1900-1930; miniature “Cosmos” pattern base and shade lamp in blue, pink and yellow flowers on a netting background with a pink rim band, short uncolored glass chimney and nutmeg type burner, 4 1/2”d, 7 7/8”h; apple blossom type design lamp with “Cosmos” pattern base and shade in blue, pink and yellow flowers on a netting background with a yellow rim band and short uncolored glass chimney, 8 1/2”d, 16 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    140.  White milk glass “Cosmos” items ca. 1900-1930; having blue, pink and yellow flowers on a netting background with a pink rim band: pair of covered butter dishes, 8”d, 5 5/8”h; three globular dresser bottles without a pink rim band and with solid globular stoppers, 3 1/4”d, 4 3/4”h; cream jug, 4”d, 5”h; salt and pepper with screw-on plated tops, 2 1/8”d, 3 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    141.  White milk glass “Apple Blossom” water set ca. 1900-1930; swirl molded milk glass by Northwood with reddish pink flowers, green leaves and brown stems with a netting background and rim band in blue including a water pitcher, 6”d, 8 1/4”h; six tumblers, 2 7/8”d, 3 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00

    142.  Miscellaneous white milk glass ca. 1900-1930; swirl molded milk glass in “Apple Blossom” pattern by Northwood having reddish pink flowers, green leaves, brown stems with a netting background and a rim band in blue: spooner; cream jug; cruet; sugar shaker with screw-on plated top; two sets of salt and peppers with plated screw on tops; top to a covered sugar; unknown pattern salt shaker of blue vertical bands and flowered sprig on a netting background having a plated screw-on top and a blue ruffled collar; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    143.  Northwood green carnival glass berry set ca. 1900-1925; molded green iridescent glass berry set in blackberry pattern signed Northwood with sawtooth shaped rims having a bowl, 9 3/8”d, 3 7/8”h and three green dishes and three purple dishes, 4 3/4”d, 2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00

    144.  Northwood purple carnival glass footed bowl ca. 1900-1925; molded purple iridescent glass footed bowl signed by Northwood in grape cluster and leaf pattern with three scrolled feet and a frilly sawtooth-type rim, 10 7/8”d, 6 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00

    145.  Northwood purple carnival glass berry set ca. 1900-1925; molded purple iridescent glass carnival berry set signed by Northwood in grape cluster and leaf pattern having a wavy sawtooth-type rim including a bowl, 9”d, 3 5/8”h and four dishes, 4 5/8”d, 1 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00

    146.  Amethyst carnival glass wine set ca. 1900-1925; molded amethyst iridescent carnival glass wine set in grape cluster and leaf pattern including a decanter, 5 1/4”d, 12 1/8”h and six wines, 2”d, 4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00

    147.  4 pcs. carnival glass ca. 1900-1925; molded iridescent carnival glass bowls: crimped rim green bowl in leaf and berry pattern, 6”d, 3”h; signed Northwood crimped rim green multi-ribbed bowl, 9 5/8”d, 3 1/4”h; scalloped rim purple footed bowl in grape cluster and leaf pattern, 5 7/8”d, 4 1/4”h; sawtooth rim purple bowl in a festoon pattern, 7 3/4”d, 2 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    148.  Vaseline pattern glass ca. 1860-1890; large oval bowl; oval bowl; pair of small oval bowls; miniature sauce bowls; water pitcher; celery; goblet; pair of spoon holders; pair of creamers; square bowl with sawtooth-type rim; sugar bowl; “Daisy & Button” pattern: water pitcher, 4 3/4”d, 9 1/8”h; three sided celery, 7 1/2”x 5 3/4”; creamer, 2 3/4”d, 4”h; vaseline glass compote in an unknown pattern with a ribbed bowl and a waffle base, 7 1/4”d, 6 3/8”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00

    149.  2 panel green pattern glass ca. 1860-1890; with some pieces having a citron tone: large compote; compote; water pitcher; covered jar/sugar; covered jar; pair of bowls; individual salt; sugar; creamer; spoon holder; celery; three wines; three sets of salt and pepper shakers with various screw on metal tops; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00

    150.  Blue & green pattern glass ca. 1860-1950; blue pattern glass with opalescent rims: wreathed cherry creamer; pair of creamers and an open sugar in a festooned flower design; small ruffled rim bowl on a standard with flower and leaves motif; ruffle rim footed bowl with three scrolled feet and interior with multi-petaled design each separated by four interlocking ring motifs; shallow scalloped rim bowl with twelve beaded ovals each containing an elongated starburst type motif; squat square scalloped rim bowl with vertical ribs and horizontal bands of fine ridging; green pattern glass: “Beaded Grape” square cake plate, 6 1/2”x 8 7/8”; opalescent rimmed open sugar and creamer in an unknown squares pattern outlined by raised bands with ovals and triangles all on rayed bases, 3 3/8”d, 4 1/8”h sugar; 3 3/8”d, 4 3/4”h creamer; unknown pattern low bowl with ruffled, beaded opalescent rim, raised scrolls with dots and three front palmate motifs and a rayed foot, 5 5/8”d, 3”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00

    151.  Pair of blue satin glass boudoir lamps ca. 1880; embossed blue glass pedestal base lamps with a scroll and swag design base having a sales safety burner, German student chimney, ruffle edged embossed shades in rope twist scroll and oak leaf design, 4 1/2”d base, 15”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 350.00

    152.  Blue embossed satin glass piano lamp ca. 1894; floret design embossed light in light blue satin glass with a cast iron four foot base and beaded ruffle edge chimney attributed to Consolidated Lamp & Glass Co., Pittsburgh, PA, 4 1/4”x 4 1/4” base, 18 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00

    153.  Hanging cranberry shade hall lamp ca. 1890; shaped ball cranberry shade with brass font holder, chain, collar and ceiling mount, 7”d, 7 1/2” shade; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00

    154.  Tin kerosene wall sconce lamp ca. 1870s; tin tank with conical foot rest, federal shaped back with molded edge, lamp with a P&A patented oblong burner and a Sweeney shaped chimney, 4”x 3 3/4”x 10 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    155.  Tin reflector wall sconce lamp ca. reproduction; tin station house reflector lamp with three slide-in mercury glass reflector panels, a Miller kerosene burner and a half round tank with a clear beaded chimney, 10”x 4 1/2”x 12 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00

    156.  Dressel-type car reflector lamp ca. 1880; tin dual use wall/carry lamp painted red with two tank system including a round large tank and a small pedestal cylinder tank under a burner with a P&A Mfg. burner, clear chimney and tin reflector, 9”x 6 1/2”x 14 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    157.  Pair of turned walnut tall candlesticks ca. 1900-1950s; pair of walnut turned pedestal based candlesticks with circa 1900 Tiffany fabrile art glass bobeches with one marked “L.C.T.” held in place by brass collars, 5 3/4”d, 16 1/4”h candlesticks; 2 3/4”d, 7/8”h bobeches; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 100.00

    158.  3 kerosene lamps ca. 1880-1910; amberina-type glass embossed finger lamp with patent 1873 burner having a beaded edge clear chimney, 3 3/4”d, 11 1/8”h; clear base finger lamp with eagle design frosted chimney, 4”d, 10 3/4”h; marble and brass base pedestal lamp with blue opaque glass font, P&A Mfg. burner and a clear ruffle edged chimney, 3 1/2”x 3 1/2”x 15 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    159.  Amethyst Mary Gregory-type pedestal lamp ca. 1880-1900; amethyst milk pedestal base with white enamel decoration of a boy gathering wheat, bead pearl band on font and base, Miller & Co. burner and a ruffle edged clear chimney, 5 1/8”d; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 100.00

    160.  Bradley & Hubbard slag glass lamp ca. 1920-1940; cast leaf design table lamp base with ornate six side cast metal shade with caramel and ruby shades having an urn of flowers in center of baluster rail and top of panel having a swag and sunburst design, 7 3/4”d, 20”h base; 16”x 10 1/2” shade with 9” panels; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 170.00

    161.  Hanging two-part gridiron with stepped keeper ca. 1840-1870; two-part hinged rack with grasp notched keeper, handle with five hanger holes and ability to swivel, 15”x 14” with 14” hanger; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00

    162.  Early ornate revolving gridiron ca. 1700-1750; tri-foot with rattail handle and round four arm gridiron having fleur-de-lis decorative motif, 12”d, 4”h, 2' overall length; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 120.00

    163.  Ornate ball-topped traveler's fire rack ca. 1730-1800; wrought iron rack designed for traveler with four off-set grasp handles and wrapped ball decorative front feet, 2'x 13”x 21”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00

    164.  2 wrought fireplace utensils ca. 1750-1850; down-hearth flip toaster with twisted pivoting arm and twisted keeper rack, 7”x 10” rack on 25” arm; hanging square revolving gridiron in a unique design with ring top rod shaft on four raised feet and rack designed with stepped gridiron, 13”x 13”x 21”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 80.00

    165.  Ornate wrought iron meat curing rack ca. 1850-1920; simple strap with seven meat hooks having a center hook full brace to stepped rod and four other interior hooks topped with fleur-de-lis pattern, 33”x 14 1/2”x 2 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00

    166.  Hand wrought four frame roasting rack ca. 1730-1830; unique design roasting rack with ten tine skewer fork/rack that slides in a four rail braced frame designed to hang with hooks over fire crane, 18 1/2”x 20 1/2”x 8” with 19” spit handle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 170.00

    167.  Hand wrought combination brazier with rack ca. 1750-1830; two level brazier bowl rack with three feet, adjustable combination toaster/roasting fork and stand with iron brazier bowl designed for travelers, 17”d, 14”h base; 6”x 17” rack; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 75.00

    168.  2 hearth griddles ca. 1750-1830; hand wrought revolving three foot griddle with extended handle, 8 1/2”d, 16” handle; cast iron three foot griddle with wrought iron loop and hook hanger, 10 3/4”d, 5 1/2” h with 7” hoop; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    169.  2 wrought iron hearthside toasters ca. 1820-1900; finely crafted flip-type toaster with ring and hook hinged handle, toaster bar with two twisted rod keepers on each side and rest on two raised arch feet, 13 1/2”x 1 3/4”x 6 1/2” with 26” handle; down-hearth toaster with large diamond shape on pivot with three hook flip rack, 8”x 10” on 23” handle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 70.00

    170.  2 cast iron cauldrons ca. 1900s; iron fire cauldron by Poughkeepsie Iron Works “Halfmoon Fire Lighter” inside lid; high three footed iron kettle with iron lid; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    171.  2 iron hearth utensils ca. 1750-1850; two-part cast iron waffle iron with hand wrought tong type locking handle, 6 1/2”x 4”x 2” on 33” length; an adjustable hand wrought chain and hook kettle trammel with large wrap hanger and hand wrought chain and kettle hook, 5'2” overall length; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    172.  Hand wrought clock jack ca. 1700s; having a decorative shell design, 18”x 7 1/2”x 21”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 260.00

    173.  2 wooden mortar & pestles ca. 1830-1900; pedestal based softwood mortar and maple stomper, 5”d, 7 3/4”h; 8 1/2” pestle; large burl walnut pedestal base mortar and pestle turned from a similar walnut piece, 7 1/4”d, 10”h; 11” pestle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00

    174.  2 pcs. copper cookware ca. 1880-1910; rectangular fish broiler pan having a tin lined cooper tray with wrought iron handle and a rest post, 2 1/2”x 7 1/2”x 1 1/2” with 9” handle; large copper sauce kettle with three wrought iron feet and handle with the bottom of the pan hand peened/hammered, 12 1/2”dx 4”d x 11”h with 11” handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    175.  2 cast iron footed Dutch ovens ca. 1820-1860; one with raised rim charcoal keeper lid marked “Bal. O.” (Ball & Co., Ohio), 9”d, 7”h; footed kettle with lid having a coal keeper rim and wire carry handle, 10 1/2”d, 7 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00

    176.  Turned lignum vitae mortar & turned pestle ca. 1840-1860; turned raised pedestal base mortar with molded bands turned from heavy lignum vitae block and matching pestle, 9”d, 10 3/4”h mortar; 11 1/2” pestle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00

    177.  4 hand wrought fireplace utensils ca. 1750-1890; three-tine roasting fork with twisted handle and ring top, 3 1/8”x 29”; skewer with twist and ring top impressed handle, 35 1/2”; single slice toaster in spiral ring design with wooden handle, 4 1/2”d, 23 1/2”h; hand wrought single paddle coffee roaster, 6 1/2”x 32”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    178.  3 wooden turned mortar & pestles ca. 1830-1870; keg-shaped mortar of walnut wood with pedestal base and maple pestle, 4 1/2”- 5 1/2”x 7 1/2”; turned maple mortar with pedestal base and pestle, 5”- 5 3/4”x 7”; walnut keg shaped pedestal base with simple wood pestle, 4 1/2”- 5 3/8”x 7 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    179.  Group of hearthside utensils ca. 1790-1850; U-shaped pot pusher with kettle lifter hooks and wrap-down grasp, 5 1/2”x 6 1/2”; ornamental skewer rack with ball tip hooks and assembled group of six skewers: three with tapered shank and three with twisted shaft, 6 1/4”x 7” rack; 7”-8” skewers; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00

    180.  Heavy burl oak bowl ca. 1780-1830; tight grained burl bowl in hand hewn construction stained from lye soap used in the bowl, 15 1/2”x 16 1/2”x 5 1/4”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 200.00

    181.  A.R. Patent kettle roaster attachment ca. 1830-1880; early patented stirrer attachment bolted to a large foot iron kettle with hand wrought hanger and stirrer with wooden turned handle, 13”d, 5 3/4”h kettle; 15” attachment; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00

    182.  European Import adjustable bird roaster ca. 1800-1900s; centennial reproduced iron bird roasting stand with arched tri-foot base, oval six tine rack and adjustable handle, 10”d base; 6 3/4”x 8 1/2” rack; 30 1/2”h overall; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    183.  2 hunter powder containers ca. 1850-1900s; reproduction powder horn with file worked stopper cap and wrought iron clasp, 13”; leather covered wooden charging canteen with small tin tapered funnel, 6 1/4”d, 2 1/4” tube; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    184.  Cast iron herb spice nut mill ca. 1820-1860; iron boat-shaped container with splayed bracket base having a cast iron disc with wooden peg-type handle, 16”x 4”x 3 1/4” dish; 7”d disc; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 220.00

    185.  2 hearthside cast iron ball shaped tea kettles ca. 1830-1860; complex molded three foot kettle with goose neck spout, ring top hanger and iron lid marked “S.P.” inside, 9 1/2”d, 14”h, 4 1/2” spout; squat ball shaped tea kettle with unsigned lid and three feet, 8 1/2”d, 10”h, 4” spout; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00

    186.  Form handled gridiron ca. 1850-1870; hand wrought gridiron with four legs that slope iron toward handle having a grease catching trough and broad strap handle with hole hanger, 12 1/2”x 10”x 4 1/2” with 11 1/2” handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00

    187.  4 cast iron hearthside kettles ca. 1780-1850; 1/4 quart round bottom kettle with hanger ears and splayed legs, 4 5/8”x 4 3/8”; high gypsy style molded 2 quart kettle with tall legs and hanger ears, 8”d, 9 1/4”h; handled one quart round bottom coffee roaster kettle with solid handle and three feet, 6 1/4”d, 3 3/4”h with 5 3/8” handle; solid handled two quart kettle with round bottom and three legs, 7 1/2”d, 6”h with 8” handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    188.  2 hand wrought hearthside meat grilling racks ca. 1800-1830; three footed rack salvaged from revolving gridiron having a handle, rectangular catch tray, twisted brace rack and nine hooks, 11”x 4”x 1 1/4” with 14” handle; round formed tray base on four small feet having a simple rack with six hooks and swivel eye hanger, 12 1/2”x 3 3/4”x 8 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 290.00

    189.  American eagle half pint glass flask ca. 1835; blown molded olive green glass flask having a plain lip and scarred base, McKearin & Wilson GII 86a, New England possibly Granite Glass Works, 6”x 2”x 3 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00

    190.  American eagle half pint glass flask ca. 1835; blown molded aquamarine flask with cluster of grapes on reverse having a plain lip, scarred base and attributed to Coffin & Hay, Hammonton, NJ, McKearin & Wilson GII 56, 5 5/8”x 2” x 3 7/8”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 230.00

    191.  Cornucopia half pint glass flask ca. 1835; blown molded deep olive green flask with produce filled urn on reverse having a plain lip, scarred base McKearin & Wilson GIII-7 and attributed to Keene, NH or Coventry, Conn, 5 1/2”x 2”x 3 3/4”; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    192.  Enamel decorated glass barber bottle ca. 1875; blown gourd form amethyst glass bottle in simple floral design with traces of gilding, tooled rolled over flattened lip and a scarred base, 3 3/4”d, 7 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    193.  Blown molded aquamarine calabash bottle ca. 1840-1860; American hunter/fisherman one quart aquamarine bottled having a tooled, broad sloping collar, scarred base, McKearin & Wilson GXIII-4 and attributed to Whitney Glassworks, Glassboro, NJ, 9 1/8”x 4 1/4”x 5 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00

    194.  Pieced triangle pattern quilt ca. 1900-1930; triangle block quilt red and white printed cotton border and alternated triangles with other triangles in tan, blue and white prints, 82”x 78”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 75.00

    195.  Star & diamond pattern coverlet ca. 1840; multiple shaft woven coverlet in red and blue wool and white cotton warp and waft having a self-fringed bottom, white cotton bottom hems with openwork and fringe, self-fringed side hems of red and blue wool and a rolled loop down center seam, 92”x 72”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 85.00

    196.  4 block princess feather quilt ca. 1900-1930; red cotton princess feather appliques on a white ground with a red central star design having a sawtooth border, quilting following the feather design with cross-hatch quilting in central area and diagonal quilting lines around border having a white back and top edge turned to back, 82”x 82”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 375.00

    197.  Block twill weave coverlet ca. 1840-1860; blue and red wool block twill weave coverlet with center seam, rolled top hem and self-fringes, 77”x 87”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 140.00

    198.  Blocks on point pattern quilt ca. 1900-1920; blocks on point pattern on yellow print ground with pink print border and a blue and white cotton print back turned to front, 80”x 76”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    199.  42 block star quilt ca. 1900-1930; pieced star blocks separated by green and yellow printed cottons and a pink printed cotton borders with quilting following star patterns with cross-hatch border quilting having the top edge rolled to back and back in brown striped cotton, 87”x 72”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 100.00

    200.  9 patch block quilt ca. 1860-1890; nine block patches alternating with brown and white printed patches having green floral print binding, in red, grey, white and brown floral vine printed back and having paralleled line quilting, 70”x 68”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 160.00

    201.  Star block on point quilt ca. 1900-1920; pieced star blocks on point surrounded by brown, blue and red floral printed strips having the back in brown, red and white rose print on geometric ground turned to front with cross-hatch quilting throughout, 64”x 80”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00

    202.  9 block star quilt ca. 1900-1920; pieced stars made from triangles using printe Pattern color fabrics on a pink block ground surrounded by a blue, white and orange print fabric and border with backing of the same blue print background with cross-hatch quilting throughout, 66”x 65”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00

    203.  Block on point pieced quilt ca. 1860-1890; Patterned cottons with a white cotton back and quilting following the pattern, 82”x 72”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 85.00

    204.  Pieced block quilt ca. 1840-1860; printed cotton squares in triangular and block pattern with floral print border with blue cotton print binding and a white cotton back, 94”x 84”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 210.00

    205.  Decorated feed bag ca. 1900; twill weave linen, hand and machine sewn with “No 3/Jakob/Butavern/in/Heidelsheim/1900” with a horse, 58”x 21”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00

    206.  Red & white twill weave checked wool ca. 1840-1860; full width strip of wool with one edge machine hemmed, 88”x 18”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00

    207.  Mary Maule cross-stitched sampler ca. 1833; alphabet and numeral sampler signed by maker Mary Maule in red and green wool cross and eyelet stitching on a tan linen ground with initials of family members also included, 18 1/2”x 10 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00

    208.  Decorated needlework punched cardboard basket ca. 1861; basket laid flat and framed with floral decoration and initials “ELB 1861”, 17 1/2” square frame; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    209Log cabin pattern quilt ca. 1880; log cabin pattern quilt in barn raising design in printed, woven and plain wool fabrics hand pieced and sewn backed with printed cotton fabric having an heirloom label attached, 79”x 82”; Estimate $700.00-$900.00 Sold For 375.00

    210.  Fliehr & Boettger jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1850; woven by Charles B. Fliehr and Carl Boettger, Lehigh Co., PA in red wool and white cotton having self fringe on sides, sewn-on bottom fringe, rolled top hem, central floral and star pattern with flower and urn border and an outer geometric border, 80”x 86”; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 180.00

    211.  Butter trencher ca. 1800-1850; oval trencher with two end carry handle having chip carved decoration on ends of handle and adze marks on surface of bowl and ends, 27”x 11 1/4”x 4 3/4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 130.00

    212.  Graduated set of 4 pantry boxes ca. 1860-1880; Shaker-type set of wooden pantry boxes with wooden pinned bottoms and lids and copper nails securing the bands, 5 3/8”- 9 1/2”d, 1 3/4”- 4 5/8”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 130.00

    213.  Wall mounted tin candle lantern ca. 1850-1870; box lantern in partial red paint with bow top heat ventilator, “X” wire brace over two glass panels, iron mounting bracket on back and side tin sliding access door, 4 3/4”x 6”x 9”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    214.  2 wooden kitchen primitives ca. 1820-1860; both with red milk paint: sand utensil scouring box with scour board and sand compartment, 6”x 15”x 4 1/2”; softwood utensil tray in nail construction with sloped sides and center handle, 13 1/2”x 7 5/8”x 4 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    215.  Wooden trencher ca. 1830-1850; adze howled softwood trencher with sloped end interior having dark patina from use and some knife chopping marks evident, 22 1/2”x 10”x 3 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00

    216.  3 various pantry boxes ca. 1830-1900; large oval band box with wooden pegged top and bottom and ash splint side with extended finger lap construction, 11 1/4”x 10”x 4 1/2”; round pantry box with wooden pinned top and bottom and feather edge lap construction, 6 1/8”d, 2 3/8”h; oblong French-Canadian band box with woven overlap, nailed tops and bottoms and signed on inside “Elise Ledger C.g. (?)” and 25¢ on bottom, 6 1/4”x 3 3/4”x 2 5/8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 80.00

    217.  3 working duck decoys ca. 1920-1960; two flat bottom floating decoys by same unsigned maker: one canvas back hen with brown head, tack eyes, overpainted ring tie and lead keel, 16”x 6 1/2”x 7”; other unfinished decoy by same maker, 16”x 6 1/2”x 7”; red headed canvas back drake decoy with leather strap tie and lead keel, 14”x 7”x 7 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00

    218.  Assembled set of 3 nesting pantry boxes ca. 1860-1900; green painted round box with spruce lid and bottom and nailed feathered ash side, 6”d, 2 1/2”h; green painted round box in same form as the first, 7 1/4”d, 2 7/8”h; large red round box with spruce top and bottom having nailed feather edge rails, 8 5/8”d, 4 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00

    219.  4 tool decorated iron utensils ca. 1850-1890; two unsigned tasting ladles with thumb nail and punch spoons, 2 3/4”x 14 3/4” & 3 1/2”x 15”; spatula with hollow punch decoration, 2 1/4”x 17”; two-prong butcher fork, 1 5/8”x 18 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    220.  2 wooden primitives ca. 1850-1910; red painted farm implement tool box with strap hinge, braced lid & non-lidded oil can compartment, 16 5/8”x 6”x 5”; cigar factory softwood cigar stacker having two sloped compartments and central carrying arm, 19 1/2”x 4 1/4”x 9 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00

    221.  Walnut dovetailed coffee mill ca. 1850; walnut box style coffee mill in dovetailed construction with drawer having a brass pull, pewter hopper/funnel and crank handle marked “W.W. Weaver”, 7”x 7”x 9”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00

    222.  Sheet metal running horse on modern base ca. 1880; flat sheet metal figure from an early weathervane in a running horse form  with head held high and extended tail, 19 5/8”x 10” horse; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    223.  2 wrought iron trivets ca. 1750-1850; early form small kettle tripod with round ring top, square feet and rattail handle, 4 1/2”d, 1 1/2”h; heart shaped trivet with spear tip center, three wrapped foot legs and chamfer topped drop-down handle, 10 1/4”x 4 1/2”x 1 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00

    224.  Leather strap of 38 sleigh bells ca. 1880-1900; 1” wide strap with brass 1 1/4”- 1 1/2”d bells, 78” strap; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 300.00

    225.  3 vintage paint decorated pantry boxes ca. 1830-1900; yellow milk painted large round box with spruce top and bottom and feather edge overlap, 9 1/2”d, 4 5/8”h; green painted round box with spruce top and bottom, feather lapped side and copper nails, 6 5/8”d, 2 3/4”h; red painted round box with feather lapped side; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00

    226.  2 primitive items ca. 1830-1890; homemade flax hetchel on key escutcheon shaped walnut backboard with thirteen rows of larke spikes, 6 3/4”x 17 1/2”x 4 3/8”; wooden tool tray with dovetailed sloped sides and central tote with red wash paint, 13”x 9 3/4”x 6 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    227.  9 wooden primitives ca. 1840-1940; three various butter paddles; cherry stirring spatula; two softwood pie paddles; adze howled softwood grain scoop; large homemade flax break paddle initialed “M.S.L.”; late hand carved flax scutching knife; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00

    228.  7 reproduction iron & brass utensils ca. 1970-1980s; all appear to be by same maker with three marked “R.W.B.” having rattail hangers: two large unsigned ladles; three piece spatula, tasting ladle and flat ladle set; tasting ladle; 1 1/2”- 4 1/2”d, 6 1/2”- 15 1/2” ladles; 2 1/4”x 14 1/4” spatula; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    229.  3 various wood turnings ca. 1890-1930; two piece Victorian era writing set: highly figured maple quill pen stand having a pedestal base chalice shape, 2 5/8”d, 3 3/4”h and figured maple sander with star shaped holes in hopper/cup, 3”d, 3 1/4”h; late burl walnut footed finger bowl, 4 1/4”d, 2 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    230.  Walnut box coffee mill ca. 1790-1830; walnut dovetailed coffee mill with tombstone ends on baseboard, drawer with iron swing keeper and brass knob, wrought iron hopper and unmarked handle, 10”x 6”x 9 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00

    231.  4 chip carved butter prints ca. 1810-1910; deep star burst design print with sprig design border, 3 1/8”x 1 5/8”; small floral design print with two flowers and large central leaf and a turned handle, 2 3/4”x 2 3/4”; strawberry flower and leaf design print with pie crimp border and turned handle, 3 5/8”x 4”; floral sprig design print, 3 7/8”x 5”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 80.00

    232.  Cutlery tray with 6 rolling pins ca. 1830-1920; deep walnut utensil tray in nail construction with sloped sides and heart shaped tote, 14”x 11”x 5 1/4”; six various cherry or maple rolling pins, 1 1/2”- 2 1/2”d, 14 1/4”- 20”l; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 190.00

    233.  3 various primitives ca. 1900-1930; comical pig cutting board with oversized snout and head to body proportions, 14”x 8 3/4”x 3/4”; Waddel's improved #40 coffee mill patented 5-15-1888 with cast iron grasp, top and grinding handle, 6”x 7”x 10 1/2”; wooden grain measure made from section of wooden well casing, 6”d, 11”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    234.  5 assorted wrought iron utensils ca. 1850-1910; two piece butcher ladle set by same maker including a ladle and skimmer with fan and hook, 5 1/4”x 19 1/2”; flat spatula with diamond shaped and hooked handle, 3 3/8”x 6 3/4”; small ladle with hooked handle, 2 1/2”d, 14 1/2”l; two-prong fork with hooked handle, 1 1/2”x 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    235.  3 wooden kitchen primitives ca. 1830-1900; hanging cherry knife scouring board with small sand pocket and sloped scour board, 7 7/8”x 14”x 2 5/8”; primitive pipe or spill wall pocket, 4 7/8”x 12”x 4 3/4”; dovetailed sloped utensil scouring box made to be reversible, 5”x 13 3/4”x 3”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00

    236.  14 various wrought iron utensils ca. 1850-1910; four large butcher ladles including two skimmers; two tasting ladles; flat hard tack brazing round spatula with rattail handle; two spatulas with one having a diamond shaped handle; early flat ladle for lead melting; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    237.  Softwood primitive 10 drawer spice cabinet ca. 1890-1920; narrow hanging ten drawer cabinet in mixed woods with porcelain knob and one interior side of drawer having the name “Marvin Castle”, 7 1/4”x 5”x 15 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    238.  2 oval wooden trenchers ca. 1830-1860; large maple trencher with adze tapered ends and deep center trough, 18 3/4”x 10”x 4”; machine sawn oval trencher in poplar wood with two end handles, 17 1/8”x 9”x 3”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 240.00

    239.  Pearlware salopian transfer cup & saucer ca. 1800-1825; English pearlware handleless cup and saucer in sepia transfer with blue, green, orange and yellow infill having a Salopian design of a maid milk a cow with a yellow rim, 3 1/2”d, 1 7/8” cup; 5 1/4”d, 1 1/4”h saucer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    240.  Pearlware salopian transfer cup & saucer ca. 1800-1825; English pearlware small handleless cup and saucer in sepia transfer with blue, green, orange and yellow infill with a salopian design of a herdsman and a milking cow with an orange rim, 3”d, 1 7/8”h cup; 5”d, 1 1/8”h saucer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    241.  Porcelain shaving mug with butcher's motif ca. 1860-1920; having a steer's head, knife and steel and bone chopper and saw with a gilt floral design “H.A. Smith”, highlights and traces of a black ink back stamp, 3 5/8”d, 3 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    242.  2 shaving mugs with fraternal motifs ca. 1900-1920; dated 1912 porcelain mug with moose head and legend “PAP/Loyal Order of Moose” and “Howdy, PAP” and worn gilt “Gottlieb?” with an unknown impressed mark on foot, 3 1/2”d, 3 3/4”h; earthenware mug with blue band and head of an Indian with “RAC” on band of feathered headdress under a gilt “? Gregory” name having a black ink back stamp “Royal China International”, 3 5/8”d, 3 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00

    243.  5 stick spatter luncheon plates ca. 1860-1920; with red ring on rim and blue, green, red and orangey yellow floral border having a black ink back stamp of royal arms and “England” and impressed “Crescent Pottery” mark, 8 7/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00

    244.  2 pcs. mulberry transfer ironstone ca. 1860; octagonal platter of a classical waterscape and three anglers having a mulberry ink back stamp “Claremont/B&S” and impressed “12” with an anchor, 10 1/4”x 13 5/8”; octagonal base covered teapot with unknown background scene of mountains and a foreground of a classical building and gardens having a grape cluster and leaf finial, 9”x 5 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    245.  Ironstone black transfer wash pitcher ca. 1850; ten sided and ten panel pitcher in black “Bochara” transfer of oriental motif with an black ink stamp “Bochara/JE” and “Royal Arms/Ironstone China/James Edwards” and impressed “Warranted”, 13 1/8”x 6 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00

    246.  Ironstone black transfer wash basin ca. 1850; twelve sided basin with black “Rhone Scenery” house and castle scene having a backstamp “T.J. & J. Mayer/Rhone Scenery” and impressed “IB”, 4 1/2”x 13 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00

    247.  Ironstone flow black transfer octagonal platter ca. 1850; platter with flow black “Corean” transfer of an oriental waterscape with a black ink backstamp of a spread eagle “Corean” and “PW & Co”, 12 1/4”x 15 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    248.  Ironstone black transfer octagonal platters ca. 1850; with black “Corean” transfer of an oriental water scape having a black ink backstamp of a spread eagle “Corean/PW & Co”, 10 3/8”x 13 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    249.  5 black transfer ironstone plates ca. 1850; pair of “Jeddo” dinner plates with fourteen-sided rims and oriental garden scape motifs having a black ink back stamp of bird on a wreath “W Adams & Sons/Jeddo/Ironstone”, 9 1/4”; three dinner plates with building, castle and garden scenery having a black ink backstamp on two “TJ & J Mayer/Rhone Scenery” with indented rims, 9 5/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00

    250.  Ironstone black transfer teapot ca. 1855; octagonal base covered teapot with black “Corea” transfer of oriental waterscape and black ink backstamp of spread phoenix “Ironstone/Corea/J. Clementson”, 9 1/8”x 5 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    251.  Ironstone black “Corean” transfer items ca. 1850; four dinner plates with twelve sides, black ink back stamp of spread eagle “Corean/PW & Co” with one impressed “Pearl Stoneware/PW & Co” and another “Stoneware/PW & Co”; five handleless cups and saucers with twelve sides having saucers with black ink back stamp of spread eagle “Corean/PW & Co” and one impressed “Stoneware/PW & Co”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    252.  Ironstone black transfer “Jeddo” cup, saucer & sugar ca. 1850; with oriental garden scape motif: handleless cup and saucer with twelve ribs, saucer with black ink back stamp of bird on wreath “W Adams & Sons/Jeddo/Ironstone” and impressed “W Adams & Sons”; covered sugar with eight panels and a pair of applied curved scroll handles having a black ink back stamp of a bird on a wreath “W Adams & Sons/Jeddo/Ironstone”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00

    253.  “Washington Vase” transfer ironstone ca. 1850; twelve rib mulberry luncheon plate with mulberry ink back stamp “Pearl StoneWare/Washington Vase/PW & Co”, 8 3/4”d; twelve rib mulberry handleless cup and saucer with mulberry ink back stamp “Pearl StoneWare/Washington Vase/Wedgwood”; twelve rib black dinner plate with black ink back stamp “Pearl StoneWare/Washington Vase/PW & Co”, 9 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00

    254.  3 English ceramic dishes ca. 1830-1890; two pearlware brushed green and red Early Adams Rose dishes with indented rims: plate impressed “Adams”, 8 1/2”d; deep dish, 10 5/8”d, 1 3/8”h; stick spatter ironstone plate decorated in the “Bulls-Eye Variant 2” motif having a stick spatter border of alternating green and red “S” curves each with two twigs of three leaves all between two blue rings, central design of brushed flow blue leaves with three stick spatter clusters of three red flowers and three clusters of green flowerets and a center red flower, 10”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00

    255.  Staffordshire child's size platter & covered teapot ca. 1835; English pearlware: blue transfer oval platter with a big house on a hillock overlooking a man, a cow and a cottage with the back impressed “Hackwood”, 3 7/8”x 5 1/8”; squat rectangular covered teapot with brushed band of green leaves and purple flowers, 3 3/8”x 3”x 5 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00

    256.  Etruscan Majolica bamboo creamer ca. 1885; American earthenware cylindrical creamer with green bamboo fronds on a brown lower portion and yellow upper half ground having a brown bamboo styled handle, lavender glaze interior and base impressed “E8/Etruscan Majolica/GS&H”, 3 1/2”d, 4 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    257.  American majolica plate ca. 1885; American earthenware majolica plate with bird and “Merry Xmas/And/Happy New Year” card, polychromal ivy and holly brand all on a yellow pebbled ground with a blue and brown basketry scalloped rim and base impressed “Eureka Pottery/Trenton”, 9 5/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 240.00

    258.  Hanging Brickerville Fire Co. pointer sign ca. 1950; two-sided sign with raised frame, white with black lettering and red and white shadowing, 33”x 20”x 1 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 200.000

    259.  Wooden interior trade sign ca. 1930-1940; with advertisement for “Second Hand/Washing Machines/ Refrigerators/Ice & Electric/Back in Store” with an arrow on a black gramed gray painted sign with black and red paint, 26”x 20”x 1”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 100.00

    260.  Stunzi Silk Mill two-sided trade sign ca. 1927; painted on tin two-sided sign with black paint having gold lettering, wooden frame and hangers advertising Stunzi Silk Mill, Ephrata, PA, 38”x 16”x 1 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 375.00

    261.  Champion Sparkplug “weather forecast” trade sign ca. 1940-1950s; gas station trade sign printed by Robertson-Dualife of Springfield, Ohio with thermometer weather forecast wheel and a check service wheel, 28 1/2”x 33 3/4”x 1 1/4”; Estimate $1,000.00-$2,000.00 Sold For 2,800.00

    262.  Embossed 3 color Exide Battery sign ca. 1948; raised rim framed sign with embossed letters “Exide Batteries” in white, orange and black color with enamel paint marked AM 2-48 ad form 1482, 47 1/2”x 15 5/8”x 3/4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 375.00

    263.  Metal Coca-Cola button trade sign ca. 1950s; porcelain on metal button shaped sign with shaped bottle and Coca-Cola script across the middle, 24”d, 2”h; Estimate $500.00-$800.00 Sold For 300.00

    264.  Coca-Cola flange sign ca. 1957; double sided “Drink Coca-Cola Ice Cold” trade sign with bottle and round large dot marked “AM 4-57”, 18”x 22 1/2”x 2”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 375.00

    265.  Coca-Cola lithograph trade sign ca. 1952; copyrighted sign on cardboard printed by McCandlish Lithograph Corp. depicting a summer picnic scene with son and daughter tugging on a tub loaded with Coca-Cola, 36”x 20”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 75.00

    266.  Wrought iron spider frying pan ca. 1750-1820; unsigned pan in sheet metal with long chamfered edge handle having a wrapped tail hanger and rivet applied splayed legs, 14”d, 8 3/8”h, 23” handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00

    267.  2 pcs. early hearth cookware ca. 1750-1850; cast iron three-footed deep fry pan with handle signed “Eagle Foundry, Greensboro, NC, 12”d, 5 1/2”h, 8 1/4” handle; hand-wrought oven peel with ram's horn having a wrap decorated handle, 6 3/4”x 42”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    268.  Pair of brass & iron andirons ca. 1830-1850; matched pair of andrions having a brass ball topped with bracket and ball feet having brass shielded stepped fire rack, 9”x 15”x 18”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00

    269.  2 mortised footstools ca. 1850-1910; red stained mortised splayed leg and oval top, 12”x 7 1/2”x 7 1/2”; rectangular shaped softwood footstool with splayed mortised legs and scalloped aprons, 12”x 6”x 5 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    270.  2 tin candlemolds ca. 1840-1860; six hole mold with large mold decorated handle and high arch four foot base, 5”x 6 1/2”x 12 1/2”; twelve hole mold with large molded band arch base having a wire brace and molded handle, 9”x 5 1/2”x 10 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    271.  Homemade softwood watch hutch ca. 1890; late form softwood hanging one door cabinet in brown stain with small gazing window for place clock or pocket watch, one door hook and eye screw keeper, 5 1/2”x 4 3/4”x 10 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    272.  Conestoga wagon rack & pinion jack ca. 1861-date; PA form rack and pinion jack in a fairly late date with hand wrought crank, lower band and mud cleats, 7”x 2 3/4”x 21 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 100.00

    273.  Child's decorated plank bottom chair ca. 1830; primitive construction chair with simple paint decoration, central shaped panel and “Kate Snavely” written in pencil, 9”x 9 1/2”x 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00

    274.  2 pcs. tinware ca. 1860-1910; simple six hole candle mold with handle and no base; “P. Lorillard Co. Tiger Chewing Tobacco” tin having red and gold graphics with black printing, ventilated tin lid and tiger packaging (1/3 gross 48 package tin); Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00

    275.  Footstool & string of sleigh bells ca. 1890-1920; splayed leg mortised stool with broad apron and brown paint, 16”x 8 1/2”x 7 1/2”; leather strap with scalloped border of 30 cast brass bells, 6'x 1”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00

    276.  9 figural cookie cutters ca. 1880-1920; including a butterfly, camel, turkey, rooster, fish, baker and man's head, 3”- 6 1/2” w, 2”- 5 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    277.  Primitive chip carved doll ca. 1860-1890; man wearing a hat having an extended collar, medieval-type outfit in unpainted and unfinished pine, 2 1/2”x 9 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 65.00

    278.  2 trade advertising trays ca. 1913-1925; round tray dated 1913 by American Art Works for Union Label Bread depicting “A Busy Wire” with a lady on a candlestick telephone, 13”d; rectangular tray by R&S Co. for Wertley's Ice Cream of Hamburg, PA with a mother and two children at a table eating ice cream, 13 1/4”x 10 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 400.00

    279.  5 advertising tip trays ca. 1906-1924; round Delaval Cream Separator Co. patented Nov. 14, 1906, 4 1/4”d; round Rialto Cigar Stores, Allentown & Berwick by Meek Co. 1907, 4 1/4”d; three rectangular trays of Schnecksville State Bank by American Artworks with M.E. Musselman girl pictures, 4 1/2”x 6 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00

    280.  5 daguerreotype portraits in cases ca. 1850-1870; photo of Anthony Ovdinot in a dress suit in a mother of pearl case; old gentleman in a three piece suit in a leather case; teenage girl in plaid dress in leather case; lady in mourning clothes in a case from R.N. Keely, Phila., PA; unidentified Civil War soldier in kepi, 2 3/8”- 3 3/8”x 2 3/4”- 3 3/4” cases; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00

    281.  21 various stone arrow & spear points ca. undetermined; group of stones from different eras and different types of rock including five flint, six quartz pre-historic points, one part red jasper, six slate or obsidian and three composite, 1”- 3 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    282.  Reverse paint decorated Lehigh Valley Dairy trade sign ca. 1940s; eight flavor display sign for Fresh Dairy Products displaying “Lehigh Valley Cooperative Farmers Vitamin D Irradiated Milk” with cows in the center of the trade sign and trimmed in chrome plated metal, 25”x 14”x 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    283.  Enterprise No. 2 coffee mill ca. 1890s; having two open cast wheels with original iron drawer and iron lid, 7”x 6 1/2”x 13”; 8 3/4”d wheels; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 650.00

    284.  2 oak splint gathering baskets ca. 1810-1870; melon shaped basket with two lower rails, 13 1/2”d, 12”h; melon shaped basket in broad slat construction, 17”d, 14 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    285.  2 vintage baskets ca. 1820-1900; large round rye straw gathering basket with open work grasp handles, 15 1/2”d, 6 3/4”h; round oak splint market basket with uncommon wrapped lower rim and an expertly woven raised bun center, 14”d, 14”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    286.  6 leg child's dropleaf table ca. 1890-1910; primitive construction table in blue paint with gate leg swing out turned legs and top with compass circle and drill recess decoration, 17”x 10”x 17 1/2” with 6 1/2” shaped leaves; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00

    287.  2 kitchen primitives ca. 1750-1850; ladle-shaped hand wrought spider pan with rattail handle having a round shaped pan with deep bowl and three feet, 7”d, 5 1/2”h with 10” handle; softwood homemade slawboard with baluster shaped rails and a half moon grasp handle, 8”x 1 1/2”x 24”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00

    288.  Pair of re-created ornamental strap hinges ca. 1940-1970s; barn door side hinges with blooming tulip side brace and serpentine tail tip straps, 9” side brace, 25” straps; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    289.  Tin “Mammy” nursing bottle ca. 1830-1860; lighthouse shaped nursing bottle with slight dome-shaped lid, open loop grasp and handle and extended pewter tipped nipple, 2”- 2 1/2”d, 5”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    290.  5 hand wrought butcher utensils ca. 1750-1880; primitive brass and iron skimmer ladle with rattail handle; unsigned wrought iron skimmer ladle with rattail handle; Derr-type spatula with brass paddle and diamond-shaped handle; matched pair of unsigned ladle and skimmer with brass bowls and extended thumb-shaped brace; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 95.00

    291.  2 pcs. wrought iron ca. 1730-1880; early sawtooth kettle trammel with cross in diamond decorative top having a rattail adjustable hook, 2 1/2”x 26”-37”; branding iron “N-O” with twisted rod braces, 4” N and 2” O, 6”x 18”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00

    292.  2 fireplace kettle cranes ca. 1840 & repro; early brace wrought iron crane with mortise through rod swivel and wrapped brace, 2' arm on 2' rod; small rod and bracket metal band sawn crane, 20” arm on 15” rod; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00

    293.  2 English porcelain Gaudy Welsh covered teapots ca. 1845; identical form teapots: one “Drape” decoration with prominent cobalt three petal leaf outlined in gilt and topped by a pale blue five petal flower, 6 3/8”d, 7 1/2”h; one grape decoration with vine, fruits and foliage, 6 3/8”d, 7 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00

    294.  Gaudy Welsh “oyster” pattern child's tea set ca. 1875; English earthenware: covered straight side octagonal teapot; sugar box; open creamer; four handled cups and saucers; three side dishes; larger size saucer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00

    295.  Various child's Gaudy Welsh items & creamer ca. 1865-1875; porcelain Gaudy Welsh: pitcher in “Grape” variant pattern having an urn shape, 4 3/8”x 2 1/2”; wash bowl in “Grape” pattern, 1 1/4”x 3 1/4”; wash bowl in unknown pattern, 1 1/2”x 4 3/8”; covered tureen with attached under plate and ironstone ladle by association, 3 3/8”x 4 3/4”; English earthenware “Grape” pattern bulbous creamer, 3 1/2”d, 3 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    296.  English porcelain Gaudy Welsh items ca. 1850; six handled cups and saucers and a biscuit plate in the following patterns: “Cherry Tree”, “Vine”, “Castle Medallion” and “Buckle”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00

    297.  5 English porcelain Gaudy Welsh cups & saucers    ca. 1850; handled cups and saucers in the following patterns: “Flower Basket”, “Pansy” and  variants of “Crest/Wild Flowers”, “Grape”, “Leaf” and “Vine”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    298.  English porcelain Gaudy Welsh items ca. 1850; bulbous tulip creamer, four handled cups and five saucers in the following patterns: “Oriental”, “Village”, “Cardiff”, “Drape” and “Tulip”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    299.  English Gaudy ironstone plate & handleless cup & saucer  ca. 1856; “Black Berry” luncheon plate  and handleless cup and saucer having the plate impressed with a registration mark for 1856 and “B Walley” and “Niagara Shape” and saucer impressed with 1856 registration mark; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    300.  5 English Gaudy ironstone plates ca. 1855; pair of “Double Fern” breakfast plates with octagonal rims and bases impressed “Pearl White”, 7 1/4”; three “Seeing Eye” side plates with octagonal rims and bases impressed “Pearl White”, 6 1/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00

    301.  English flow black ironstone items ca. 1850; hexagonal footed covered sugar; pair of handleless cups and saucers with four panels in brushed strawberry pattern; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00

    302.  Flow blue “Chapoo” pattern ironstone ca. 1850; pair of twelve panel rim dinner plates and luncheon plates with blue ink back stamp “Ironstone/J Wedgwood/Chapoo”; pair of handleless cups and saucer in twelve and sixteen panel rims with blue ink back stamp “Ironstone/J Wedgwood/Chapoo”; twelve panel rim sauce dish; octagonal base footed creamer; octagonal base footed, covered teapot with blue ink back stamp “Ironstone/J Wedgwood/Chapoo”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00

    303.  4 pcs. Late Adams Rose ca. 1860-1920; milk pitcher, 8 1/2”x 5 7/8”x 6 3/4”; small open vegetable, 1 1/2”x 5 5/8”x 7 3/4”; sauce boat, 5 1/2”x 3 1/4”x 9 1/8”; oval platter with black ink back stamp “Baker & Co/England” and Royal Arms, 10 1/4”x 14 5/8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00

    304.  6 Late Adams Rose plates ca. 1860-1890; English earthenware plates, 9 1/8”- 9 3/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    305.  Group of Late Adams Rose & others ca. 1860-1920; English earthenware in Late Adams Rose pattern: pair of dinner plates and a saucer with black ink back stamp of royal arms and “England” and also impressed with “Crescent Pottery” mark; five saucers, two handled cups and one handleless cup; pair of bowls; married cup and saucer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00

    306.  Child's partial white ironstone tea set & match striker ca. 1859-1920; “Ceres” shape tea set including a covered teapot with embossed “1859” registration mark “Ceres Shape/Elsmore & Forster”, 5 1/2”x 5 1/2”x 3 3/8”; six handleless cups and three saucers embossed “Ceres Shape/Elsmore & Forster” and “1859” registration mark, 2 1/4”- 2 3/8”d cups; 4 1/4”d saucers; stoneware conical match striker with cobalt rim and foot and splotches on corrugated striking surface having a hollow cylindrical recess for matches and green ink back stamp of unknown maker and “France”, 4”d, 2 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00

    307.  4 English ceramic items in transfer designs ca. 1840-1875; ironstone twelve sided wash bowl and eight sided pitcher with blue transfer of a rural cottage and a grape vine border, 5”x 13 7/8” bowl, 11 5/8”x 6 5/8” pitcher; two pearlware “Feather” transfer deep dishes with ink back stamps “W&C/Feather”: maroon transfer with blue and yellow infill on flowers, 10 5/8”d, 1 7/8”h; blue transfer with maroon and yellow infill on flowers, 9 3/8”d, 1 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    308.  Metal 5 color Y-B's Cigars trade sign ca. 1940-1950s; having “B-Y's” and “Buy Y-B's” with a cigar in the center, 28”x 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00

    309.  Metal two side cigar flange trade sign ca. 1910; advertising sign with Lipschutz's 44 cigars in gold and black paint, 18”x 13”x 2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 260.00

    310.  W.P. Rhoads Cigars, Manheim, PA trade sign ca. 1900-1920; small tin building sign with factory #1703 in black and yellow paint, 20”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00

    311.  Embossed Hector Cigar sign ca. 1920-1930; yellow sign with red lettering advertising “Smoke/Hector/5 Cent Cigars” with “Havana” and “Mild and Fragrant” on the sides, 15”x 8”x 3/4” over frame; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00

    312.  Painted wood dentist one side trade sign ca. 1900; original wall-mounted plaque sign with black base paint and white lettering advertising “Dr. N.C. Brennan, Dentist”, 48”x 6”x 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    313.  P.W.A. Camp sign ca. 1933-1943; wood framed painted tin sign stating “P.W.A./Federal Emergency/Administration of Public Works/Northwest Branch Library/Project No. 2138-F” from Reading, Berks Co., PA, 60”x 1 1/2”x 36”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 50.00

    314.  3-D Milliken's Parlor Pride Stove Enamel trade sign ca. 1890s; cast chalk sign with original paint of a four horse team pulling a wagon with stove pipe top on a country road advertising Milliken's Parlor Pride Stove Enamel in a fine oak tree and leaf design frame, 21”x 17”x 3 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 150.00

    315.  A.B. Delong Paint & Wallpaper trade sign ca. 1892-1920; two-board vintage trade sign painted on hemlock or white pine shaped like three stacked barrels with white base paint, barrel bands and some lettering in black with red and green lettering as well, 7”- 18”x 49 1/2”x 7/8”; Estimate $800.00-$1,500.00 Sold For 1,500.00

    316.  Arcadia Manufacturing meat & cheese slicer ca. 1885 & 1891 patent; oak fold-down slicer with an adjustable thickness gauge on the side with the blade mounted into a sliding slaw-type board, 21”x 9”x 10”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    317.  Wooden trencher ca. 1860-1920; adze hollowed Appalachian-style trencher with high narrow side hewn from hemlock with some bark on bottom of trencher and exterior painted in a blue-green milk paint, 25 1/2”x 10”x 5”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00

    318.  Peg rail with cows horns ca. 1880-1900; pine with hand turned hardwood pegs mounted to rail and two cow's horns mounted to top of rail by wooden mortise and tenon with flat beaded edge and red-brown paint, 25 1/2”x 4 3/4”x 6 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00

    319.  Walnut & maple inlaid checkerboard with game pieces ca. 1900-1930; poplar based game board with mahogany rails with rope twist inlay on sides and top having a raised surface checkerboard with mahogany frame, ends with diamond inlay and checkerboard of bird's eye maple and walnut wood along with round and square game pieces crafted with pinwheel design from mahogany, maple and walnut wood, 21 3/4”x 16 1/8”x 1 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    320.  Cast iron fireplace summer cover ca. 1850-1890; ornamental high relief cast summer cover with a European outdoor garden scene with cello player, woman reading books and monkey clamoring up wall in background, 24”x 2”x 26”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00

    321.  2 wooden tool totes ca. 1900s; softwood tool chest with hinged lid and small chest lock having an interior small sliding tray, exterior with molded baseboard, molded lip lid and top with center molded raised panel and brass carry handle, 20”x 9 1/2”x 10 1/4”; re-purposed pine mortise and tenon constructed farrier's type tool caddy with dark walnut stain, 23 1/4”x 10 1/2”x 19”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00

    322.  Southern yellow pine hanging shelf ca. 1930; primitive crafted five board shelf with dark walnut stain having scroll design tops, shelf with two dado set wooden shelves, center brace with scroll cut arrow-type design, 20 1/2”x 6 3/4”x 17”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00

    323.  2 primitive items ca. 1880-1930; child's stepback blind door hutch from re-purposed wooden crack having small eye screw and ring pulls and hinges made from wire and door keeps, 11 1/4”x 8 1/2”x 14”; wrought iron trivet with two pad feet possibly made from a wheelbarrow rim, 5”x 12 1/2”x 2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    324.  Heavy pine trencher ca. 1860-1900; adze hewn trencher made of pine with natural or butcher wax finish with thick sides and bottom and square ear handles, 29 1/2”x 15 1/2”x 6”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 95.00

    325.  Child's wooden wheelbarrow ca. 1900-1930; red painted wheelbarrow in mortise and tenon construction with pressed and paint decorated side board having arched keepers, bevel parts and a coat of shellac, 15 1/2”x 42”x 14 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00

    326.  Wooden kitchen primitives ca. 1860-1910; large pine round pie board with small round top handle, 21 3/4”d, 27 3/8”x 1”; cooper wooden dasher style butter churn with wire bands and upper galvanized band, 7”- 9 1/2”d, 16”, 32” dasher; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00

    327.  14 drawer primitive spice cabinet ca. 1890-1910; pine cabinet with twelve drawers having narrow oak slat front and two drawer with pine fronts in simple nail construction with brass knob pulls, 17 1/2”x 4 3/4”x 9 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00

    328.  Iron bird-shaped boot scraper ca. 1940-60; boot scraper/door stop made of 3/16” sheet steel cut in the shape of an unknown bird and set in a concrete cast base, 10 3/8”x 6”x 2” base, 12 3/8”h bird; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    329.  Reproduction tin candle lantern ca. 1930-1950; made from salvaged metal in the style of old box lanterns with three glass panels with “X” braces, sloped roof and ring handle, 7 1/2”x 7 1/2”x 17 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    330.  Group of 4 kitchen primitives ca. 1900-1930; woodland's style round market basket with carved and steam bent ash slip-in handle with ash double splint rails, 13”d, 10”h; oyster skimmer ladle with wooden handle, 5 1/2”d, 18 1/4”h; tin round head spatula with wooden handle, 3 7/8”x 17”; small wire hanger shaped smokehouse rack, 6 1/4”x 6 1/4”x 2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00

    331.  2 paint decorated pantry boxes ca. 1830-1880; large green painted pantry box with softwood top and bottom and steam bent ash sides with iron nail fasteners and early green paint, 8 1/2”d, 4”h; red painted medium size box with pine lid and bottom and steam bent ash sides with copper nail fasteners, 6 3/8”d, 2 3/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 95.00

    332.  Green painted garden tool tray ca. 1830; deep side tool tray in simple nail construction with heart cut-out tote and tapered sides, 13 1/2”x 8 1/4”x 6”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    333.  Green painted Shaker style garden basket ca. 1860-1880; rectangular base basket with oval shaped rim and swelled shape body having the handle in right angle bent form with the interior and exterior painted with blue-green paint, 15 1/4”x 13 1/2”x 10 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    334.  Golden key shaped wooden trade sign ca. 1930-1960; round turned mahogany and capped central portion sign with laminated 3/4” plywood scroll cut on large band saw and key portion cut from 3/4” plywood painted in gold paint, 31”x 2”- 2 3/8”x 16”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 220.00

    335.  Green painted carpenter's nail tray ca. 1800-1860; seven compartment divided work tray in nail construction with tapered sides, central tote and painted in a light green color, 16”-22”x 9 1/2”- 13 1/4”x 7”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 85.00

    336.  Horse pattern hooked rug on stretcher frame ca. 1900-1940; having a vignette of a grey horse with bridle on a cream background bordered by a red scroll design and navy blue border, 32 3/4”x 20 1/2”x 1 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00

    337.  European lacquered snuff box ca. 1780-1840; of lacquered composition or papier mache with a portrait of a man in a hunting outfit with a crumpled hat and overcoat containing a note from 1906 of Aunt Helen gifting the box to her nephew, 4 3/4”d, 1 3/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00

    338.  3 lacquerware painted snuff boxes     ca. 1780-1840; narrow round floral decorated snuff box of lacquered papier mache, 2 5/8”d, 5/8”h; pinwheel decorated round snuff box of lacquered composite, 3”d, 7/8”h; oval box with hinged lid and three flower paint decoration of lacquered composite, 2 3/4”x 1 3/8”x 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 40.00

    339.  2 hinged lid composite snuff boxes ca. 1830-1850; round rectangular-shaped box with black lacquer finish and silver with gold star stencil decoration on domed lid, 3 3/4”x 2 1/4”x 1”; octagonal box with red and black marbleized surface, 2 1/4”x 1 3/8”x 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00

    340.  3 paint decorated lacquered composite snuff boxes ca. 1800-1850; small round blue painted snuff box with floral decoration on lid, 2 1/8”d, 7/8”h; round molded lacquered box with reclining stag design with scratched in bottom 1818 date, 2 3/4”d, 5/8”h; hinged rectangular shaped box with boy rolling rim of wheel paint decoration, 3 3/8”x 1 5/8”x 1”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00

    341.  2 small snuff boxes ca. 1780-1840; round turned rosewood box with cloverleaf and harp carved on domed lid, 1 3/8”d, 1”h; oval hinged lacquer composite box with radiant rays design, 2 1/4”x 1 1/2”x 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00

    342.  3 hinged lid snuff boxes ca. 1810-1850; rectangular shaped lacquered composite box with faux rosewood grain decoration and diamond banding, 3 1/4”x 2”x 5/8”; undecorated rectangular shaped lacquered composite box, 2 7/8”x 1 5/8”x 7/8”; oval lacquered composite box with silver spring catch, 3”x 2”x 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00

    343.  Large wooden cutter sled ca. 1893; with hand wrought 1” capped oak wooden runners attached by mortise and tenon oak post and braces with yellow and red paint decoration and bottom having the maker's name “Built by A.E. Ellis” with a round tow rail, 56”x 17 1/4”x 6 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 90.00

    344.  4 gallon cobalt bird crock ca. 1875; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with brushed cobalt “4” and a long legged bird, applied lug ear handles, thickened flattened rim, Albany slip glaze interior and a later wooden lid by association, 12 1/2”d, 10 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00

    345.  Shenfelder cobalt decorated jar ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jar with typical brushed cobalt Shenfelder flowering vine, inset interior rim to seat a lid, flared flattened rim, narrow raised ring at collar and two closely incised rings at mid-height, 5 1/8”d, 8 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00

    346.  Cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jar with four brushed cobalt flowering stems, three incised neck rings, flattened rim and Albany slip glaze interior attributed to Remmey's Philadelphia pottery, 6 1/4”d, 8 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00

    347.  Sipe, Nichols & Co cobalt decorated crock ca. 1875; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware crock with brushed cobalt flowering stem, extended flattened rim, incised neck ring, Albany slip glaze interior and impressed “Sipe, Nichols & Co/Williamsport, PA”, 8”d, 8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00

    348.  Cowden & Wilcox decorated crock ca. 1875; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware with intense brushed cobalt floral starburst motif and brushed cobalt daubs at applied lug ear handle ends, impressed “Cowden & Wilcox/Harrisburg, PA” with an extended flattened rim, Albany slip glaze interior and retaining a Crocker Farm auction label, 8 1/2”d, 7”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 230.00

    349.  Cowden & Wilcox cobalt decorated jug ca. 1875; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware jug with brushed cobalt beehive, flower and daubs at handle terminals, Albany slip glaze interior and impressed “Cowden & Wilcox/Harrisburg, PA”, 7 5/8”d, 10 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    350.  2 pcs. central PA signed stoneware ca. 1875-1880; Albany slip glaze stoneware slightly bulbous jelly jar impressed “D. Ack/Mooresburg, PA” with extended flattened rim, 4 7/8”d, 4 3/4”h; salt glazed stoneware bowl impressed “Sip & Sons/Williamsport, PA” with an extended flattened rim, incised collar ring and Albany slip glaze interior, 10 1/2”d, 5”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    351.  Cobalt decorated White, Utica stoneware jug ca. 1885; cylindrical stoneware jug with stylized slip cobalt conifer tree motif, impressed “N.A. White & Son/Utica, NY” and an Albany slip glaze interior, 7 1/8”d, 10 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 230.00

    352.  2 A.L. Hyssong stoneware jugs ca. 1900; Albany slip glazed stoneware jugs impressed “A.L. Hyssong/Bloomsburg, PA”: a cylindrical jug with incised neck ring, 7 5/8”d, 11 1/8”h; slightly bulbous jug with incised “AB” monogram, 7 1/2”d, 10”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    353.  3 gallon cobalt decorated Sipe & Sons crock ca. 1880; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware crock with brushed cobalt two flower motif and daubs at pair of applied lug ear handle ends, impressed “3/Sipe & Sons/Williamsport, PA” with an extended flattened rim and an Albany slip glaze interior, 10 5/8”d, 11 3/8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00

    354.  4 gallon Sipe, Nichols & Co cobalt decorated butter churn ca. 1875; salt glazed stoneware butter churn with brushed cobalt double flower motif, daubs at pair of lug ear terminal ends, pair of incised collar rings, flared flattened rim with interior flange to seat lid, Albany slip glazed interior and impressed “4/Sipe, Nichols & Co/Williamsport, PA”, 10 1/2”d, 14 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 170.00

    355.  2 PA redware lead glazed items ca. 1875-1900; cylindrical jar with deep “V” collar and recessed rim to seat a lid over all manganese glaze and incised ring at bottom of collar, 4 7/8”d, 6 1/8”h; bulbous jar with interior/exterior yellow toned brown glaze and a flattened rim, 6 1/8”d, 6 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    356.  3 PA redware lead glazed items ca. 1875; slightly bulbous crock with interior dark brown glaze, rolled rim and incised ring at neck, 5 3/4”d, 5 3/4”h; slightly bulbous handled apple butter crock with interior yellow toned glaze and a flattened rim, 7 7/8”d, 7 1/4”h; cylindrical canner with narrow mouth and inset rim for a lid with all over manganese glaze, 6”d, 7 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    357.  Incised cobalt decorated German flagon ca. 1840-60; salt glazed bulbous flagon with cobalt filled incised sunflower design with a combed shell surround, monogramed “KV” pewter lid with a ball thumbpiece and incised “4”, 7 3/4”d, 15 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    358.  Cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1870; salt glazed cylindrical jar with three brushed cobalt fronds around shoulder, tooled neck and squared rim and an Albany slip glazed interior attributed to Richard Remmey, Phila, PA, 6”d, 9 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    359.  4 yelloware items ca. 1870-1920; pair of nappies, 5”d, 2”h; open vegetable, 2 3/8”x 10 7/8”x 8 3/4”; handled bean pot, 6 5/8”d, 5 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00

    360.  White quilt with circular quilted design ca. 1860-1890; central floral and geometric design surrounded by border and cross hatched outer band with the back turned to front, 84”x 84”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 30.00

    361.  Pink & white square pattern on point ca. 1860-1890; pink and white and black and white printed cottons pieced in a geometric pattern of blocks on point with a black and white border and pink and white binding having a tan and white geometric print back with pink and white banding, 76”x 76”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 90.00

    362.  9 patch star & black on point quilt ca. 1860-1890; in red, white and blue, 89”x 89”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 100.00

    363.  Basket pattern quilt ca. 1900-1920; orange and white pieced cottons with sawtooth inner border, scalloped edge bound with orange fabric and cable and floral quilting and a white cotton back, 78”x 92”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 190.00

    364.  9 patch floral appliqued quilt ca. 1925; flower pot appliqued quilt on a white ground with green leaves and stems with printed flowers and pots having a green tape banding and geometric, vine and tulip pattern quilting, 76”x 76”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 130.00

    365.  Blue & white linen ca. 1840-1860; plain weave linen woven in plaid design including a pillow cover, 30”x 19”; plus two yardage lengths, (2) 74”x 38”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    366.  Blue & white plaid linen yardage ca. 1840-1860; linen fabric with original finished edges on sides, 14'x 40”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00

    367.  2 white work quilts ca. 1860-1890; one in central medallion pattern surrounded with two feather borders, off white color, 30”x 31”; one in central needlework star pattern with cross-stitched ground and undulating feather border and woven lace edging, 30” square Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00

    368.  Decorated hand towel ca. 1827; with chain and cross-stitching in flower and geometric design open work panels signed “Fanny Dish” and dated 1827 with hanging loops on top and fringe on bottom, 16”x 46”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    369.  Decorated hand towel ca. 1830; decorated with blue and red cotton floral cross-stitching, open work panel at bottom embroidered with white cotton floral and geometric designs, attached fringe on bottom and hanging loop on top, 14 1/2”x 54”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    370.  Blue & white plaid linen bed covering ca. 1840-1860; hand-sewn blue and white woven plaid linen top with white linen backing With red cotton cross-stitching “MDH”, 80”x 58”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00

    371.  Block twill pattern coverlet ca. 1840-1860; dark tan linen and light tan cotton block twill woven coverlet with center seam, rolled top edge and self-fringed side and bottom edges, 82”x 84”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 240.00

    372.  Blue & white twill woven plaid blanket ca. 1840-1860; plaid twill blue and white blanket with embroidered fruit and lea patterns having applied fringe on three edges, a rolled top hem and initialed “MP”, 84”x 76”; Estimate $400.00-600.00 Sold For 200.00

    373.  2 hand hewn wooden mortar & pestles ca. 1750-1830; hemlock mortar with maple pestle, 4 7/8”d, 9 1/2”h with 10 1/2” pestle; cherry mortar with cherry stomper having a ball topped handle, 6 1/2”d, 8 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00

    374.  2 wrought iron meat roasting racks with drip pans  ca. 1730-1850; four-footed five side rack with arch hoop, three bars, four hooks and sheet metal drip tray, 14 1/2”x 9 1/2”x 16 1/2”; hanging tray based rack having a twisted rod and arch rack with four off-setting large hooks, hand wrought swivel hook and spout on pan, 12”x 7 1/8”x 12 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 230.00

    375.  4 cast iron hearthside kettles ca. 1800-1900s; later production of a three foot bean pot with “24” on lid featuring a ball shaped kettle with high collar and rod hanger, 7 1/2”d, 11”h; unsigned four quart three-footed gypsy kettle in ball shape with a rod hanger, 9”d, 7 1/2”h; reproduction Portuguese imported small footed kettle, 5”x 6”; older two quart kettle with removed feet and wrought iron hook/hanger, 7 1/2”x 5 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00

    376.  2 wrought iron roasting racks ca. 1800+; combination hang on beam roasting three-tine fork spit and handle warming griddle/gridiron with hand, 19 1/2”x 8”x 8”; reproduced four foot rack with two bars having four two-tine roasting forks, 9 1/2”x 5”x 15 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    377.  Group of 7 wooden spoons ca. 1830-1900; broad butter working paddle; four large kitchen spoons featuring two with carved hook over handles; carved tasting spoon with deep bowl; later carved tasting spoon; 2 3/8”- 4 3/4”x 7 3/4”- 13”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    378.  2 hearthside irons ca. 1870-1930; European imported decorative round wafer iron with rod style handles having a chickens and Germanic eagle design, 5 1/2”d, 27”h; cast iron round head tongs having an ornamental round head with central sunflower and ring handle with chain, 6 3/8”d, 33 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    379.  2 hand wrought hearthside pans ca. 1750-1830; canoe-shaped grease dripping pan with a riveted broad strap-type handle, 16”x 5”x 2 1/2” with 16” handle; shallow bowl shaped skillet with three legs riveted to bowl having a long handle with an onion top, 7 1/8”d, 5 3/4”h with 16” handle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 200.00

    380.  5 wrought iron kitchen utensils ca. 1780-1850; dough scraper with torpedo shaped handle, 3”x 6”; 1850 plate warmer/pie lifter having a broad opening, 9 3/4”x 17 1/2”; long handled large ladle with lima bean cusp, 6 3/4”d, 24”l; small combination kettle stirrer/oven peel with twisted handle, 3 3/4”-5” head, 25”l; large size grater in a spade shape with a ring top handle, 2 1/4”- 8 1/2” x 18”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00

    381.  3 hand wrought hanging warmer racks ca. 1760-1830; large stirrup shaped hanging rack with two wrap-over keeper hooks for up to 12”d plates, 13 1/4”x 11 1/2”x 16”; three arch twisted rod rack with broad hanger, 18 1/2”x 8 3/8”x 9”; large stirrup-shaped rack with outer arch, central strap and ram's horn design for up to 14”d plates, 15 1/2”x 12”x 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    382.  Pair of hand wrought sawtooth andirons ca. 1730-1810; having two adjustable stirrup hooks that adjust on sawtooth-type rack, 9”x 17”x 21 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00" Sold For 85.00

    383.  Pair of fire dogs/andirons ca. 1730-1760; made with poorer quality swamp iron having spread pad feet, arch neck, faceted diamond top and small sloped log rests, 8”x 12”x 15”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 100.00

    384.  2 iron hanging griddles ca. 1830-present; four-part cast iron footed griddle with separated raised round sections and a twist wrought iron hanger arm with ring top, 17”d, 19 1/2”h overall; late southwest hoop top tortilla griddle with fold down hoop, 16”d, 14”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00

    385.  3 hearth cooking footed pans ca. 1830-1920; unsigned Foster-type footed fry pan with spade top, riveted legs and bevel sloped long handle with wrapped hanger; rectangular tin dripping pan with sheet metal feet and handle and spouts on pan corners; hobo “make-do” footed pan made from a butcher pan with scrap iron legs and handle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 75.00

    386.  4 cast iron footed kettles ca. 1850-1900; large footed Dutch over with make-do band and hanger having a lid with a large charcoal keeper lid, 12 1/2”d, 9 1/2”h; small footed Dutch oven with wrought iron hanger and rounded lip charcoal keeper lid, 9”d, 11 1/2”h; three footed handled stew kettle, 8”d, 5”h; footed iron skillet with iron handle, 8”d, 4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 30.00

    387.  Large turned lignum vitae mortar & pestle ca. 1830-1860; pedestal based mortar turned from heavy lignum vitae block with raised exterior bands and a matching turned lignum vitae pestle, 9 1/4”d, 10”h with 10” pestle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 85.00

    388.  German “Capito” perpetual mouse trap ca. 1900-1920; mechanical water tank mouse trap with top impressed “Capito Original”, 8 1/2”x 3”x 9 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    389.  Ornate pair of brass & iron shoe buckles ca. undetermined; cast brass buckles with wrought iron hardware, copper pin keepers and wrought iron single pin clip, 2 1/2”x 2 3/8”x 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    390.  4 unmatched hand wrought side hinges ca. 1720-1800; ram's horn hinge with long straight to up scroll, 13”x 6 1/2”; ornate ram's horn with added fleur de lis element, 12”x 6 1/2”; ornate open work PA German side hinge, 5 1/2”x 7 1/4”; Moravian style broad leaf type side hinge, 7 1/2”x 6”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00

    391.  Wrought iron hogscraper candlesticks ca. 1760-1830; matched pair of sheet metal push-up candlesticks with brass ring braced tubes and stepped sheet metal round base, 4 1/8”d, 7 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00

    392.  2 handwrought lighting devices ca. 1780-1850; signed “W&N Whurst” hogscraper push-up candlestick with round base, 3 3/4”d, 6 1/4”h; continental-style double cruise fat lamp with jamb peg hook, 2 3/8”x 4 1/2”x 10 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    393.  Walnut lidded utensil tray with drawer ca. 1850-1900; dovetailed with bevel sloped lid having small butt hinges, drawer with small brass pull knob and a varnished surface, 12”x 8 1/2” base, 15 1/2”x 10 1/2” top; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 170.00

    394.  Bird's eye maple framed mirror ca. 1830-1890; chamfered/sloped bird's eye maple trimmed mirror with ship-lapped mahogany frame and period softwood backboard, 13 1/2”x 16 3/8”x 1 1/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 250.00

    395.  3 pcs. wooden kitchenware ca. 1840-1900; bird's eye maple butter/chopping bowl with raised lip base, 15”d, 4 7/8”h; long maple pastry rolling pin with small round handles, 19”x 1 3/4”; turned walnut bread plate with beaded rim, 8 3/8”x 3/4”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 140.00

    396.  Assorted kitchen primitives ca. 1750-1900; small match pair of push-up brass candlesticks with barrel shaped center of staff, 2 3/4”x 2 5/8”x 5 7/8”; tray based brass chamber stick with push-up knob and finger tote, 6”d, 4 3/4”h; pre-1913 1 gallon A.L. Hyssong, Bloomsbug stoneware milk pitcher with brown glaze, 6 1/2”d, 9”h with 4” handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00

    397.  Coopered dasher butter churn baseca. 1800-1850; cylinder-shaped softwood churn base in a red wash/stain with four steel bands and top with set collar, 11 1/2”x 21 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.000

    398.  3 Kugel Christmas balls ca. 1890; one green mercury glass with original brass collar, 5”d; two in gold color, 3”d & 2”d; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00

    399.  Wooden folk art birdhouse ca. 1890; large two story farmhouse-shaped Martin birdhouse with large sloped rope having ornamental decorated peak, front porch, shed roof, wash house and fenced yard with eight bird windows and painted in yellow-cream color house and green painted roof, porch and trim, 29”x 16”x 20”; Estimate $800.00-$1,600.00 Sold For 240.00

    400.  2 shaker style wooden buckets ca. 1880-1910; small refinished candy bucket with single strap band, 3 5/8”- 4 1/2”x 3 1/2”; one gallon size wooden bucket with two strap bands and traditional buttermilk color milk paint having a loose wire handle with wooden grip, 5 5/8”-7 1/4”x 6 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    401.  Atmore & Son Keystone mincemeat bucket ca. 1910; firkin-style coopered tapered bucket in yellow paint with original paper label for “Keystone Mince Meat” (Philadelphia, PA), top impressed with instruction and net weight of 20 lbs., steel bands, loose wire handle, wooden lid with oak splint band, 9 1/2”- 11 1/4”d, 10”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00

    402.  Small wooden firkin ca. 1930s; overpainted with light green paint having oak splint bands with clip keeper and loose oak splint handle with wooden pegs, 4 3/4”- 5 3/8”d, 5”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00

    403.  3 embossed Stiles Confection store jars ca. 1880-1910; square shaped jars with advertising for Stile Confectionary (Norristown, PA) with two jars having the original slide of lids, 5”x 5”x 8 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 200.00

    404.  Pair of Rockingham glazed yelloware covered pots ca. 1840-90; squat cylindrical form pots in Rockingham glaze with four faintly raised mid-section bands and lids with shallow button style knobs centered in a shallow depression, 5 3/4” & 5 7/8”d, 4 3/4” & 4 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    405.  2 Pcs of Rockingham glazed yelloware ca. 1840-90; pie plate, 1 1/4”h x 8 5/8”d; tapered side bowl, 3 1/2”h x 12 3/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    406.  2 PA redware crocks ca. 1875; orangey brown interior glaze crock with two incised shoulder rings, incised “3” on base, 6 3/4”h x 6 5/8”d; dark brown glaze crock with thickened flattened rim, 7 3/8”h x 7 7/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    407.  Roseville “Mostique” art pottery vase ca. 1920; flared cylindrical form vase with blue, green and yellow art deco motifs on a gray ground with green interior glaze and blue ink “Rv” back stamp, 8”d, 15 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00

    408.  Cobalt decorated stoneware jug ca. 1870; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jug with slipped cobalt flourish design impressed “Haxstun, Ottman & Co/ Fort Edward, NY” with two incised rings at collar and Albany slip glaze interior, 7 1/8”d, 11 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    409.  2 cobalt decorated Cowden & Wilcox crocks ca. 1870; salt glazed slightly bulbous cream crocks with brushed cobalt floral designs, flared flattened rims, incised neck ring, Albany slip glaze interiors and impressed “Cowden & Wilcox/Harrisburg, PA”: closed tulip design, 8”d, 7 3/4”h; beehive flower design, 8”d, 7 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00

    410.  2 gallon cobalt decorated Cowden & Wilcox jug ca. 1870; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware jug in brushed cobalt spitting tulip design impressed “Cowden & Wilcox/Harrisburg, PA” and “2” with a small Harrisburg mark and cobalt daubs on handle terminals, 9”d, 13 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00

    411.  Cobalt decorated E & LP Norton stoneware jug ca. 1870; salt glazed cylindrical jug with simple upright slipped cobalt leaf impressed “E & LP Norton/Bennington, VA” having an Albany slip glaze interior, 7 1/4”d, 10 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    412.  2 pcs. miniature redware ca. 1840-60; cylindrical pot with tooled incised rim and dark brown lead-type glaze, 1 3/8”d, 1”h; footed rounded urn with basket-like ribbed bowed handle and a concave neck in yellowish brown lead glaze with three spots of greenish sponging, 2 7/8”h, 1 5/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    413.  2 gallon cobalt decorated crock ca. 1850; salt glazed bulbous crock with brushed cobalt band of feathered foliage and three petaled flower heads both applied lug ear handles are cobalt feathered and crowned having a tooled squared rim with raised collar ring and impressed “2” of Baltimore origin, 9”d, 12 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00

    414.  Cobalt decorated 4 gallon Newark, NJ whiskey jug ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical jug with cobalt stenciled legend “Froehlich & Koehler/Newark, NJ” and impressed “4” with an Albany slip glaze interior, 11”d, 16 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00

    415.  PA type ovoid redware jug ca. 1855; in dark brown lead glaze with a rolled rim and strap handle, 5 5/8”d, 6 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00

    416.  Yelloware bowl ca. 1860-90; rounded side bowl on a rounded foot with a thickened rim and pair of white neck bands over a thin brown band, 13”d, 6 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00

    417.  Cobalt decorated butter crock ca. 1860-90; salt glazed cylindrical butter crock with seven brushed cobalt umbrella motifs on shoulder, tooled flattened rim, incised collar ring and an Albany slip glaze interior attributed to Haddonfield, NJ, 7”d, 3 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00

    418.  PA style redware pouring bowl ca. 1880; with interior reddish brown lead glaze, extended flattened rim with pouring spout, rounded sides and incised shoulder ring, 10 5/8”d, 5 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00

    419.  Bard cobalt decorated stoneware advertising jug ca. 1900-40; Bristol glazed cylindrical jug with brown glazed conical top and lower white section with cobalt stenciling “H.W. Bard/Dealer in/Wines, liquors, cigars/and Tobacco/Denver, PA”, 6”d, 8 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00

    420.  2 hand wrought roast forks ca. 1780-1830; primitive three-tine fork with swivel mounted spread leg rest and primitive broad handle, 3”x 19 5/8”; more expertly made three pad foot base with two tiers, arched roasting tines and handle topped with rattail hook, 8”x 7 1/2”x 20”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00

    421.  Wrought iron hinged eel/fish roaster ca. 1730-1800; early form with match ornamental gridiron with serpentine wraps and arrows, hand wrought butterfly hinges and each gridiron having two spread leg stand and rattail hook handles, 11”x 6 1/2” with 3” feet & 8” handle; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 400.00

    422.  4 cast iron gypsy-type kettles with hangers ca. 1850-1950; small round bottom kettle with three feet and wire hanger, 7 1/2”x 3 1/2”; reproduction ball-shaped kettle with three feet and wrought hanger and flared rim, 6 1/2”x 5”; ball-shaped kettle with three feet and wrought hanger, 9 1/2”x 7”; early ball-shaped kettle with three feet and wrought iron hanger hook, 9 1/2” x 8 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00

    423.  2 wrought iron kettle/plate hangers ca. 1730-1850; single arm hanger with 8 1/2”d open ring having an arm topped with pad and swivel eye hook, 9”- 10 1/4” ring, 13 3/4”x 14 1/2”; two strap and “U” shaped hanger with ring plate having a spear point rest, 9 1/2”d plate, 16” swelled bands, 14”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00

    424.  Wrought iron oval plate warmer stand ca. 1730-1800; oval lipped rack with snake style top strap and fold out tilt/rest, 13 1/2”x 16” rack, 16” tip out rest; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 140.00

    425.  Pair of cresset topped andirons ca. 1750-1800; large set of andirons having four rail bowl shaped cresset tops of twisted wrought iron, posts with two fixed spit rest hooks and adjustable stirrup style hook for spits, 7 1/4”x 22 1/2”x 23 1/2” with 6”x 6” cresset baskets; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 70.00

    426.  Wooden pie board ca. 1800-1850; hearthside board with four hewn legs, small tote handle and made from a single broad pine board, 31”x 21”x 3 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 120.00

    427.  2 iron kettles ca. 1860-1930; large cast iron footed Dutch oven with wrought iron hanger and ring, 13”d, 5 1/4”h; later wrought double boiler/deep fryer pan with heavy sheet metal kettle hoop and dip hanger handle, inner sheet metal basket with punched holes and a hanger handle, 13 1/2”d, 6”h outer kettle, 11 1/4”d, 5 1/2”h inner kettle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00

    428.  Hand hewn wall pocket candle box ca. 1700-1800; primitive constructed piece made with softwood with the bottom, back and side hewn from a single log and remains as a single piece while the back features a round ball shaped hanger and front is nailed with hand wrought nails containing six early dripped candles, 5”x 4 1/4”x 13 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 270.00

    429.  Gray painted wooden wall box ca. 1840-1870; softwood box with hand-cut nails, sloped front and stepped center hanger board, 8”x 4 1/2”- 5 1/2”x 5”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00

    430.  Oblong hand hewn trencher ca. 1700-1730; early form “broad shallow trencher” with broad gouge adze made from a single wide softwood board, 32”x 18 1/4”x 3”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 280.00

    431.  Pair of andirons with spit-rack hooks & clamp-in spit ca. 1750-1800 andirons; 1900s spit; pair of andirons with spit-rack hooks, crank handle, rack with slide-lock forks and a more modern commercially crafted roasting rack spit, 8 1/2”x 19”x 18 1/2”; 25” rack on 38” spindle &  7” handle x 9 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00

    432.  Decorative hand crafted adjustable bird roasting rack ca. 1850-1980s; re-crafted piece in wrought iron with three arched legs, rod base, bell shaped adjustable rack with spring and iron keeper, 11 1/2”d base x 27 1/2” with 9 1/2”x 9” rack; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    433.  3 pcs. of copper kitchenware ca. 1800-1900; rare boot-shaped toddy warmer handled mug with small pouring spout, 12”x 4”d x 4”; small dovetailed construction copper toddy warmer kettle with spout having a hand wrought tubular side hand and a domed lid warmer with brass knob and steam hole, 4 1/2”- 3 1/4”d, 4” h; cylinder-shaped measure with braced handle, 2 3/4”d, 4 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 40.00

    434.  2 pcs. copper kitchen utensils ca. 1800-1900; handled cone-shaped toddy warmer in dovetailed construction with pour spout and wire braced handle having copper rivets, 1 1/4”- 5 1/4”d, 10 1/2”h; large copper funnel with wired rim and double seamed joint, 1”- 10”x 10”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    435.  Large lignum vitae turned mortar with pestle ca. 1830-1860; turned large mortar with step and molded ogee base having double bead banding with matching large pestle, 8 3/8”d, 10”h; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 280.00

    436.  4 various walnut pedestal based mortar & pestles ca. 1830-1870; primitive turned walnut mortar with multi-bands and cherry pestle, 5”d, 6 3/8”h with 9” pestle; walnut chalice top mortar with maple stomper, 5 1/2”d, 6 1/2”h with 10” pestle; simple turned walnut mortar with walnut drumstick pestle, 4 1/2”d, 6”h with 8” pestle; high pedestal based tumbler shaped mortar with fancy rosewood tulip top pestle, 3 1/2”d, 6 5/8”h with 7 7/8” pestle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00

    437.  Copper tea kettle with gooseneck spout ca. 1850; dovetail constructed tea kettle with hinged strap handle, domed lid with brass knob and finely crafted gooseneck spout, 9”x, 11 1/2”h with 4 1/4” spout; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00

    438.  Copper brazier with wooden handle ca. 1750-1800; traveler's stove with large copper bowl having a copper rivet, fastened wrought iron feet, spear tip grill surface and turned cherry wood handle, 11”d, 5”h with 6 1/4” handle; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 85.00

    439.  2 wrought iron hearth cooking tools ca. 1750-1800; “drop hearth” toaster with eight large hooks and small splayed feet on a rack with long hinged handle, 15”x 6” with 28” handle; simple skewer with ring and twist handle and split hook rest, 29”l on 3 3/4” stand; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 70.00

    440.  2 wrought iron kettle trammels ca. 1790-1850; ornate sawtooth kettle trammel with fleur de les decorative top of bar and acorn caps on hooks with an adjustable bar, 3 1/4”x 3”; early adjustable ring and hooks kettle trammel, 3 1/2”d ring with 4”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00

    441.  2 wrought iron traveler's skewer rests ca. 1800; three footed rest with twist bar front feet and four hole and split hook top strap, 9 1/2”x 6 1/2”x 10 3/4”; unknown era camel shaped rest with three feet, 20”x 5 1/2”x 9 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 70.00

    442.  Wrought iron kick toaster ca. 1750-1800; unusual form three footed kick toaster with twisted rod arch, two interior arch braces on rack and a nice shaped handle on base, 10 1/2”x 1 7/8”x 4 3/4” rack on 15”x 2” base; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    443.  Hand wrought four rail meat grilling rack ca. 1850-1900; grilling rack draped over rods having high “U” shaped legs with wrapped feet and riveted narrow rods, 23 1/2”x 6 1/2”x 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00

    444.  Wrought three footed roasting rack ca. 1730-1800; rack with three snake head feet, acorn cap, egg-shaped adjustable rack and four two-tine forks, 9 1/2”x 7”x 25 1/2” base, 5 1/4”x 6 1/2” rack; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 240.00

    445.  2 hand wrought meat roasting tools ca. 1750-1830; hand wrought hearthside roasting fork with sheet metal drip pan, hot impress decorated hand and hinged fork with fork rest, 8 1/2”x 20”x 6”; crane hanger four-tine roaster on slid bar, 5 1/2”x 20 1/2”x 6”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 200.00

    446.  Hand wrought plate warmer/rack ca. 1730-1800; horseshoe shaped rack with rest lip, arch top, three serpentine straps and adjustable leg with wrapped strap hinge, 15 1/2”x 16 1/2” with 17” leg; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00

    447.  4 various wood mortar & pestles ca. 1800-1900; grain paint decorated turned cherry mortar with turned maple pestle, 5”d, 6 1/2”h with 10” pestle; primitive turned walnut millet with maple pestle 6”d, 6 1/2”h with 8 1/2” pestle; turned walnut pedestal millet with some accent paint and a large pestle 5 1/2”d, 7”h with 11” pestle; turned walnut bulbous shaped vessel with small pedestal base and pestle, 5 1/4”d, 6 1/2”h with 8 3/4” pestle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00

    448.  3 wrought hearthside tools ca. 1800-1950; kick toaster with gooseneck handle, rattail end and toaster rack with two U-shaped braces per side, 14 1/2”x 1 3/8”x 3 1/4” with 20” base; reproduction cooking trivet with wrapped feet, 7” x 4 1/4”; triangular shaped trivet with wrapped feet, 9”x 1 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    449.  Shenfelder cobalt decorated stoneware jug ca. 1885; one gallon salt glazed stoneware ovoid jug with brushed cobalt typical Shenfelder flowering vine, Albany slip glaze interior, iron wash on top of exterior, cobalt daub on handles lower terminal and impressed “1”, 8”d, 11 1/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 700.00

    450.  Shenfelder cobalt decorated stoneware cream crock ca. 1885; one gallon salt glazed stoneware slightly bulbous cream crock with typical brushed cobalt Shenfelder tulip, impressed “DP Shenfelder/Reading, PA” and “1” with a thickened flattened rim, two incised collar rings and an Albany slip glaze interior, 8 1/8”d, 8 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 280.00

    451.  Shenfelder cobalt decorated stoneware jug ca. 1890; two gallon salt glazed stoneware cylindrical jug with typical brushed cobalt Shenfelder flowering vine impressed “DP Shenfelder/Reading, PA” and “2” with an Albany slip glaze interior and cobalt daub at handle terminal base, 8 1/2”d, 13 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00

    452.  Shenfelder cobalt decorated stoneware jug ca. 1890; two gallon salt glazed stoneware cylindrical jug with typical brushed cobalt Shenfelder flower, impressed “DP Shenfelder/ Reading, PA” and “2” with an Albany slip glaze interior, 8 5/8”d, 13 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 230.00

    453.  H.W. Bard advertising stoneware jug ca. 1900-40; two color Bristol glazed stoneware cylindrical jug with cobalt stenciled legend “H.W. Bard/Dealer in/Wines, Liquors/Cigars & Tobacco/Denver, PA” with a Bristol glazed interior, 7 1/4”d, 11 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    454.  Cowden & Wilcox cobalt decorated stoneware crock ca. 1870; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with brushed cobalt tulip, impressed “Cowden & Wilcox/ Harrisburg, PA” having an incised neck and shoulder rings, interior flange to seat lid which is included by association and an Albany slip glaze interior, 7 3/4”d, 10 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00

    455.  Cobalt stenciled stoneware wax sealer ca. 1860; salt glazed large wax sealer canning jar with diagonal stenciled cobalt legend “A.P. Donaghha/Parkesburg, W. Va”, 6 5/8”d, 10 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    456.  2 molded Swank stoneware crocks ca. 1865; two jig molded salt glazed stoneware crocks in vertical rib pattern with iron wash glazing: a two gallon with impressed “2” and “J. Swank & Co/Johnstown, PA” on rim, 10 1/4”d, 9”h; a one and a half gallon impressed “1 1/2” on rim, 9 3/8”d, 8 3/8”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    457.  Signed Willoughby Smith redware jar ca. 1875; PA redware slightly bulbous jar in manganese streaked lead glaze with three mid-height incised rings, flared collar with inset rim to seat a lid and impressed “Willoughby Smith/Womelsdorf”, 5 1/4”d, 6 3/8”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    458.  3 pieces of PA redware ca. 1875; handled slightly bulbous apple butter crock with reddish brown lead glaze, two incised rings on collar and two incised lines on handle, 6 7/8”d, 6 5/8”h; Turks head food mold in reddish brown lead glaze with manganese sponging, 15 ribs with swirled open cone, 9 1/8”d, 3 5/8”h; Turks head food mold in orangey brown lead glaze with manganese sponging, 15 ribs with swirled open cone and base impressed “10”, 9 1/2”d, 3 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    459.  Signed Willoughby Smith redware apple butter crock ca. 1880; PA redware slightly bulbous handled apple butter crock in overall brown lead glaze with a thickened flattened rim and impressed “W Smith/Womelsdorf” below rim, 8 1/4”d, 7 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    460.  2 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware pitcher ca. 1885; salt glazed slightly bulbous pitcher with slipped cobalt “2 G” and floral design, slightly thickened rounded rim, raised collar ring, applied strap ribbed handle, slightly flared foot and an Albany slip glaze interior, 8 7/8”d, 12 3/4”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 525.00

    461.  Cobalt decorated stoneware advertising jug ca. 1900-40; four gallon Bristol glazed stoneware cylindrical jug with brown glazed dome top and white lower section with cobalt stenciling “4/Otto Wagner/Wholesale & Retail/Liquors/Tiffin,O”, 10 5/8”d, 17 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    462.  Cobalt decorated stoneware cooler ca. 1850; salt glazed bulbous cooler with five simple brushed cobalt three stroke motifs around shoulder, tooled rim that is flared and flattened and has three neck bands, pair of applied lug ear handles, very small bung hole and an Albany slip glaze interior, 11 1/2”d, 12”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 290.00

    463.  Cobalt decorated stoneware batter jug ca. 1875; salt glazed slightly bulbous batter jug with brushed cobalt strokes at spout and hand grasp, cobalt daubs at handle retainers, wooden and wire bail handles, period tin spout cap and mouth lid and an Albany slip glaze interior, 7 7/8”d, 8 3/4”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 725.00

    464.  Cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1885; iron wash salt glazed stoneware cylindrical crock with weak cobalt stenciled legend “Demuths/Celebrated/Snuff/Established/1770/Lancaster, PA” and impressed “FH Cowden/Harrisburg” with an Albany slip glaze interior and interior flange to seat lid, 7 1/2”d, 9”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00

    465.  5 pcs. assorted woodenware ca. 1730-1930; early turned wooden soap bowl with foot and extended lip, 5 3/4”x 3 1/2”; carved walnut egg shaped spoon with decorated handle, 3”x 6 5/8”; turned rosewood cylinder shaped mortar with small drumstick pestle, 5”x 7 1/2” with 8” pestle; turned walnut barrel shaped mortar with partial carve decoration on banding and large maple pestle, 5 3/4”x 6 7/8” with 11” pestle; reproduction carved fir handled cup, 2 1/2”d with 1” handle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00

    466.  2 European copper tea kettles ca. 1800-1900; gooseneck tea kettle in dovetail construction with cast brass and copper handle and copper lid with acorn shaped knob, 7 1/2”d, 10 1/2”h with 4” spout; later form tea kettle in dovetail construction with spout cover, loose wrought iron handle and domed lid with ribbon/bow grasp, 7”d, 9 1/2”h with 3” spout; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    467.  2 hand wrought meat roasting racks ca. 1850-1870; both two-part press type racks: one vertical rack with four foot raised base, sawtooth latch and carry handle, 12”x 6”x 18 1/2”; one horizontal gridiron rack with tongue, clip keeper, four feet on each side and a handle10”x 9 1/2”x 7” with 9 1/2” handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    468.  Hand wrought rotary gridiron ca. 1750-1800; handled stand with an arch shaped center brace and small bent pad feet, 12”d on 12”x 18”x 4 1/2” base; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 220.00

    469.  5 sheet metal & iron pans ca. 1780-1880; two spider pans having a three footed handle, round bottom and rattail handles, 7 1/2”d, 6”h & 7”d, 7”h; large butcher pan with three added wrought iron feet and a heavy handle, 12 1/2”d, 9”h; two sheet metal frying pans with wrought iron handles, 9”d & 6 3/8”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    470.  2 kitchen/hearth tools ca. 1800-1850; three-footed cast iron brazier with arch and lip design and tapered rod shaped legs, 16”x 11 1/4”x 6 1/2”; wrought iron hanging griddle with large round eye hanger, 15 1/4”d, 17”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    471.  6 cast iron porringers ca. 1800-1900s; graduated set of four porringers attributed to Archibald Kenrick & Sons with two signed, 4 1/8”- 6 1/2”d, 1 1/2”-2”h; two piece set of Clark's patent porringers with agate coated interior in 1 pint and 1 1/2 pint sizes, 4 1/2”d, 1 3/4”h & 5 3/4”d, 2 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 900.00

    472.  2 cast iron footed griddles ca. 1750-1850; large griddle with decorative fluted edge and handle, 13 3/4”d, 4 1/2”h; high-lipped griddle with round feet, 11 1/2”d, 3 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    473.  3 cast iron kettles ca. 1840-1940; potbelly bean pot with narrow sloped lid and four tier stepped lid, 8”d, 8 1/2”h; small size kettle with three small feet and wrought iron handle, 7 1/2”d, 5 1/2”h; oval roast pan with two handles and iron lid with lid and roaster both marked with trademark “G&C” or “C&G”, 19 1/2”x 12”x 8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00

    474.  2 waffle irons ca. 1780-1850; heart-shaped waffle iron with wrought iron tong handles impressed “I. & G.P.” and a cast iron head, 6”x 28”x 3”; Moravian Community attributed wafer iron with holly berry wreath around musical theme center of lyre and brass instruments having a cast iron head with wrought handle, 5 1/2”x 27”x 4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 270.00

    475.  Ornate hand wrought game roasting trammel ca. 1750-1830; hanging bar and hook trammel with decorative serpent head hook having two-part decorative serpent heads, tool decorated bar and adjustable rack with three-tine hook, 7”x 20”x 3 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 270.00

    476.  Wrought iron adjustable bird roaster ca. 1850-1950; re-crafted piece with three pad feet having a finial top and heart-shaped adjustable three tine rack with ball cap handle, 9 1/2”d, 26 1/2”h base; 6 1/2”x 7 1/2” rack; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00

    477.  3 pc. cast iron hearth cookware ca. 1850-1930; large hanging hearth griddle with three feet and wrought iron handle, 14”d, 3”h; shallow lipped basin kettle with wire handle, 10 1/2”d, 5”h; unsigned Marietta-style kettle with tin lid and handle marked “#3”, 12”x 9”x 10”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 55.00

    478.  2 early iron tea kettles ca. 1800-1900; early ball-shaped tea kettle having a wrought iron hanger with rattail lid, 10”d, 12”h; ball-shaped kettle with three small feet, domed iron lid and wrought iron hanger with swivel eye, 9”d, 14 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00

    479.  5 various cast iron pans ca. 1840-1940; unsigned three foot handled small sauce kettle, 5 1/8”d, 3 7/8”h; three various round bowls with smallest marked Clark and having a high ring, 8 7/8”d, 3”h; 9 7/8”d, 2 1/2”h; 13”d, 3 1/2”h; oval-shaped basin with hanger lip, 11”x 8 1/4”x 2 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    480.  3 pcs. early cast iron ca. 1750-1900; early hanging plate griddle with loop bracket only, 14 1/2”d, 2 1/2” ear; early heavy raised lip griddle with feet and heart design handle, 12”d, 3 3/4”h; footed fry pan with three feet, heavy handle and sloped sides, 12 3/8”d, 3 1/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00

    481.  2 powder horns ca. 1780 & 1980; early hand-crafted powder horn with a file work spout, wooden period stopper and plug nailed with hand wrought shoe nails, 8”; reproduction powder horn with file work spout, softwood plug and horn polished and stained to appear old, 13”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00

    482.  3 traditional frontier horn accessories ca. 1800-1970; fine crafted ladle with steam bent and carved handle and a round bowl dipper, 3 3/4”x 14”x 3 1/2”; oblong hand-held bowl, 2 1/2”- 4”x 7 3/4”x 1 5/8”; reproduction wrapped handle mug with wooden plate base, 3”x 2 1/2”x 6 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    483.  2 long rifle hunter's accessories ca. 1800-1930; early leather shot pouch with canvas strap, 8 1/2”x 7 1/2”x 2 1/2”; powder horn with horn collar and cap, having an un-tanned leather strap and swivel ball top, 12 1/2”x 3 1/8”-1”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    484.  2 tin tubular containers ca. 1800-1920; spill/starter splint wall pocket with a hinged door, 10”x 3 1/2”; oval-shaped document box with wire loop hanger and a wire hinged door, 18”x 6 1/2”x 4 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    485.  2 cooking tools ca. 1750-1870; Revolutionary era officer's camp stove having a small square fire box with extended pad foot upper rests for kettles and a wooden handle [see Sonn's book Early American Wrought Iron, Plate 308], 7 1/2”x 7 1/2”x 5 3/4” with 5” handle; dated 1835 wafer iron with initials “AIDB” and handle impressed “OMSG”, 7 3/4”d, 34 1/2”h; Estimate $400.00-$800.00 Sold For 550.00

    486.  4 pcs. hearth cookware ca. 1830-1900; cast iron round hanging griddle (plate with ear only), 10 1/2”d, 2 1/2”h; cast iron deep fry pan with handle and three feet, 11 1/4”d, 4 5/8”h; Conklin, Willis & Co., Baltimore Dutch oven with high lip lid, 11”d, 6 1/8”h; hand wrought hinged kettle hanger/hook, 18”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00

    487.  7 wooden kitchen primitives ca. 1800-1930; unusual hand-carved hickory canoe-shaped ladle, 28”x 3”; long maple carved dipper, 3”x 4” ladle on 24” handle; long bowl spoon, 2 1/2”x 6” bowl on 14 1/2” handle; later carved maple spoon with broad handle, 3 1/2”x 5 1/2” bowl on 14 1/2” handle; hickory flour barrel spoon, 3”x 6” bowl on 23” handle; maple rolling pin, 15”x 2”; cherry rolling pin, 17”x 2 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 90.00

    488.  3 roasting tools with wooden handles ca. 1800-1900; sheet metal box nut roaster with wrought iron spring catch on slide lid and a turned cherry wood handle, 4”x 5 1/2”x 1” box on 17” handle; cylinder-shaped coffee roaster with slide door mounted on an iron and wood handle, 5 3/4”d, 6”h box on 34” handle; sheet metal popcorn popper with wrought iron rattail catch lock and wooden handle, 7”x 11 5/8”x 4” box on 29” handle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 160.00

    489.  2 fireplace wrought iron forks ca. 1900-1980; reproduction triton style log fork with twisted shaft and knob top, 7 1/2”x 52”; butcher/roasting fork with three tines having a heart topped flat and rod type handle, 3 1/2”x 33”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    490.  4 large wooden kitchen tools ca. 1830-1950; softwood oven peel for a squirrel tail oven in two-part wedge and brace construction, 11”x 12” head, 61” overall; large carved softwood ladle with dark finish, 6 3/4”x 9”x 3 1/4” bowl, 39” overall; reproduction carved cherry ladle with long handle, 6 1/2”x 3” bowl, 27” overall; broad head pizza/pie board, 11 3/4”x 12” head, 32” overall; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 80.00

    491.  Wrought iron kick toaster ca. 1800-1830; three footed handled base with a four bar twisted swivel rack with the top wrapped and sides closed and sloped, 13 3/4”x 4”x 2” rack, 9 1/2”x 16” base; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 55.00

    492.  Hand wrought kitchen accessories ca. 1800s and later; vintage small kettle bar and hook trammel, 1 1/4”x 16”-23”x 1”; vintage spring back pipe tongs, 9”; vintage timber scribe, 13”; fine reproduction set of six rattail meat skewers with twisted shafts, 18”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00

    493.  4 cast iron items ca. 1800s and later; vintage pop-over muffin mold with four feet having seven round molds and a handle, 8 3/4”x 2”; reproduced small handled skillet with three feet, 6”d, 2 5/8”h; reproduced sauce pan with pouring spout and handle, 5 1/8”d, 2 1/4”h; later cast small feed trough with four feet, 13 1/8”x 4 1/2”x 3 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00

    494.  4 gallon R.T. Williams cobalt decorated crock ca. 1890; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with stenciled cobalt decoration “R.T. Williams/New Geneva/PA” and decorative elements with brushed “4”, flourishes and daubs at pair of lug ear handle terminals, tooled flattened rim and an Albany slip glaze interior, 10 1/4”d, 12 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00

    495.  Ovoid stoneware jug with cobalt daubs ca. 1835; salt glazed ovoid jug with brushed cobalt daubs at handle terminals, 10”d, 14 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00

    496.  2 gallon cobalt decorated Mt. Jordon stoneware jar ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical jar with three brushed cobalt flowers, impressed “2”, flattened rim, tooled collar, incised shoulder ring, Albany slip glaze interior and attributed to Eri “Dutch” Hooker, Mt. Jordon Pottery, 8 1/2”d, 12 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    497.  Cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1870; salt glazed cylindrical jar with floral shoulder band in brushed cobalt, squared rim, tooled neck, Albany slip glaze interior and attributed to Richard Remmey, Phila, PA, 6 1/8”d, 8 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 230.00

    498.  Cobalt decorated stoneware crock ca. 1870; salt glazed cylindrical crock with brushed cobalt stylized foliage and floral motif on shoulder, daubs on pair of applied lug ear handle terminals, squared rim, tooled collar and Albany slip glazed interior, 9 7/8”d, 9”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 270.00

    499.  Cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1875; salt glazed cylindrical jar with three brushed cobalt floral motifs, squared rim, tooled neck and Albany slip glazed interior, 7”d, 9 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00

    500.  Cobalt decorated stoneware advertising jug ca. 1885; salt glazed slightly bulbous jug with cobalt stenciled “Wilson & McWilliams/dealers in/Groceries/Provisions, Queensware/Flour and Feed(?)/Cannonsburg, PA” with brushed cobalt daub at handle terminal and wavy line at top and line underscoring advertisement, 7”d, 10 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00

    501.  2 stoneware jugs ca. 1870; salt glazed with Albany slip glazed interiors: cylindrical jug, 7 1/8”d, 11 1/8”h; slightly bulbous jug with brushed cobalt daubs at handle terminals, 6 1/4”d, 8 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00

    502.  Cobalt decorated F.H. Cowden crock ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical crock with brushed cobalt double tulip motif and daubs at applied lug ear handle terminals, Albany slip glazed interior and impressed “F.H. Cowden/Harrisburg, PA”, 8 1/2”d, 6 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 350.00

    503.  PA manganese decorated redware pitcher ca. 1870; reddish brown lead glazed pitcher in a bulbous shape with ribbed strap handle, three bands of sponged manganese at rim, shoulder and knee and incised rings at rim, neck and collar, 6 1/2”d, 8 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00

    504.  PA manganese decorated redware crock ca. 1880; slightly bulbous crock in reddish brown lead glaze with manganese sponging and of Lebanon Valley type with incised neck ring and two collar rings, 6 1/4”d, 7 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00

    505.  PA manganese decorated redware honey pot ca. 1880; slightly bulbous handled honey pot in reddish brown lead glaze with manganese sponging of Lebanon Valley type with two incised collar rings and strap handle with two incised vertical lines, 4 3/4”d, 5 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00

    506.  PA redware jelly jar & manganese decorated pot ca. 1880; slightly bulbous jelly jar in dark reddish brown lead glaze with a rolled rim, 4 1/2”d, 4 3/4”h; Lebanon Valley type slightly bulbous handled honey pot in reddish brown lead glaze with manganese sponging, two incised collar rings and two vertical incised lines on strap handle, 4 1/2”d, 6”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    507.  PA redware jelly jar & handled honey pot ca. 1880; PA redware slightly bulbous jelly jar in dark reddish brown lead glaze with a rolled rim and incised collar ring, 4 1/2”d, 5”h; PA Lebanon Valley type manganese glazed slightly bulbous handled honey pot with two incised collar rings and two vertical incised lines on handle, 4 1/2”d, 5 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00

    508.  PA manganese decorated redware bowl ca. 1875; flared bowl in yellowish brown lead glaze with manganese sponging, rolled rim and slightly flared foot, 9 1/4”d, 3 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 325.00

    509.  2 PA cylindrical redware jars ca. 1880; both with dark brown lead glaze: small jar with tooled rim and incised collar ring, 3 7/8”d, 4 1/2”h; large jar with rolled rim, everted neck and coggled waistband, 7”d, 9 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    510.  9 patch block quilt ca. 1860-1890; pink and green print nine patch blocks alternating with green print plain blocks, surrounded by three borders of blue, pink and green prints, bound with red and white printed cotton and having a blue and white floral printed cotton back, 89”x 79”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 180.00

    511.  Irish chain pattern quilt ca. 1860-1890; blue and white pieced cotton squares on a red printed cotton ground with blocks on square, back with multi-color cotton print on a tan ground, edge lined to back, quilted white cotton four print floral and following the pattern in central edge and cable stitching on borders, 70”x 70”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 240.00

    512.  Rob Peter to Pay Paul pattern pieced quilt ca. 1860-1890; red and yellow printed cotton blocks surrounded by four red and yellow borders having a blue check cotton back, 64”x 72”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 140.00

    513.  Multiple star on point pattern quilt ca. 1860-1890; in colored cotton prints with pink and green borders having a brown and gray printed cotton back, 92”x 90”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 220.00

    514.  Irish chain pattern quilt ca. 1860-1890; pieced printed cottons in Irish chain pattern with a striped printed cotton back, 78”x 78”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 280.00

    515.  Irish chain pattern quilt ca. 1860-1890; red and green printed cotton with a sawtooth inner border having brown, black and white printed floral cotton back and edge turned to front, 90”x 82”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 170.00

    516.  9 block tulip pattern quilt ca. 1860-1890; red and green print tulip design on red, blue and white printed ground surrounded by two red and green printed sawtooth borders with the back in red and green printed strips and having green printed bands, 87”x 87”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 110.00

    517.  15 block basket on point pattern quiltca. 1860-1890; green, yellow and pink printed pattern baskets on point surrounded by green, black and white floral print with pink and white borders, 80”x 82”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 160.00

    518.  Triangle pattern quilt with paisley border ca. 1860-1890; central area of triangular printed cotton patches surrounded by a paisley print border with the back having floral printed fabric of brown, blue, yellow, pink and white on a black ground, 77”x 84”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 120.00

    519.  Central star pattern quilt ca. 1860-1890; eight pointed large central star surrounded by four small stars with quilting following the star pattern having a border quilted in feather and diamond patterns with a pink cotton back and edging, 92”x 70”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 130.00

    520.  Star quilt ca. 1860-1890; large single star pieced from printed cottons on a green background with printed cream and white band and solid green borders and ground having a pink printed edge and a blue and white plaid back, 68”x 72”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 130.00

    521.  30 block hexagonal block quilt ca. 1860-1890; hexagonal blocks of pink and green printed cottons surrounded by a pink border and green, yellow and white printed blocks with green printed binding and brown and white and black and white printed backing, 96”x 84”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 150.00

    522.  Pieced triangular block quilt ca. 1860-1890; blue, red and white floral print square blocks surrounded by multi-colored triangular printed strips and the back in blue and yellow printed fabric, 72”x 83”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 140.00

    523.  Red & yellow multiple star quilt ca. 1860-1890; 25 block red and yellow star quilt on a white ground with yellow and white borders, cable stitching around stars and geometric outer border stitching, 85”x 82”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 325.00

    524.  Log cabin blocks on point pattern ca. 1860-1890; plain printed cottons with red centers in long column blocks surrounded by blue and white printed border Printed cotton binding, 76”x 58”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 110.00

    525.  Work table ca. 1800; walnut table with three board top in nailed and pegged construction on tapered legs, 59 1/2”x 32 1/2”x 29 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 85.00

    526.  Corner cupboard ca. 1900s; custom built cherry cabinet using old wood for the backboard in one piece with molded top, dentil moldings, nine light door using old glass over two doors with recessed panels over a nicely cut out skirt, 27 1/2” deep, 76 1/4”h; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 250.00

    527.  Jelly cupboard ca. 1870; mixed wood cupboard with splash back over two drawers over two doors resting on large turned feet, 40 3/4”x 19 1/4”x 49 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00

    528.  Dutch cupboard ca. 1840; cherry two piece cupboard with molded top over two doors with twelve lights over candle drawers on each side and the base having two drawers over two doors with recessed panels on turned feet, 55”x 16”x 85”; Estimate $1,200.00-$1,500.00 Sold For 1,250.00

    529.  2 drawer stand ca. 1820; mixed wood stand with crotch cherry top over two tiger maple drawers with wooden pulls on turned legs, 19”x 19”x 30”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 375.00

    530.  Blanket chest ca. 1830; poplar chest with molded top, left side till and butt hinges on straight bracket feet with a feather grained painted surface, 41 1/2”x 19”x 21”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 65.00

    531.  Southeastern PA dry sink ca. 1860; walnut safe with long drawer on top over two doors with six punched panels, two interior shelves above base on long turned legs and the entire case in mortised, pegged and dovetailed construction, 43”x 17 1/2”x 56 1/2”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 400.00

    532.  Farm table ca. 1820; pegged three board walnut top over two drawer on four turned legs, 56”x 33 1/2”x 30”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 550.00

    533.  Milk cupboard  ca. 1830; single door softwood cupboard with butt hinges and a bluish wash having one inside shelf, boot jack ends and a curved base, 42”x 16”x 37”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 700.00

    534.  Pie safe ca. 1850; mixed wood safe with walnut frame, cherry doors with six tin panels over one long drawer on straight legs with boot jack sides, 46”x 15 1/4”x 64 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 500.00

    535.  Plant stand ca. 1900; four tiered poplar stand in screw and nailed construction with red wash, 34”x 26”x 33”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 325.00

    536.  Set of decorated balloon back chairs ca. 1835; matching set of six decorated chairs with fruit decoration on back, plank seats and turned legs with stretchers, 18 1/2”x 16”x 33”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 230.00

    537.  Hepplewhite 1 drawer stand ca. 1800; poplar stand with two board top over one drawer on four nicely splayed legs and retaining its untouched surface, 20”x 19 1/4”x 28”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 180.00

    538.  Blanket chest ca. 1830; small blanket chest with lift lid, till, butt hinges and original lock resting on turned feet with chest appearing to retain its original red? wash, 31”x 16”x 24”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00

    539.  Hepplewhite Pembroke table ca. 1790; walnut one dropleaf table with pressed brass drawer pull, tapered legs and old original finish, 31 1/4”x 18”x 29”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 70.00

    540.  Chest of drawers ca. 1820; cherry four drawer chest with round brasses, original locks and key and recessed side panels all resting on turned legs, 40 1/2”x 21 1/2”x 41 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 450.00

    541.  One drawer stand ca. 1830; poplar wood in original red wash with one drawer having a round pull resting on turned legs with small spherical feet, 22”x 22”x 30”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 525.00

    542.  Blanket chest ca. 1830; pine lift top chest with interior till, strap hinges, original lock resting on turned feet and the chest retaining the original untouched red surface, 44”x 21”x 26”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00

    543.  Child's dressing bureau ca. 1870; diminutive cottage-style dresser with swivel mirrored top over two small drawers over three drawers all with porcelain pulls, a scalloped front skirt and sides retaining the original grain painted surface with gold line accents, 23”x 12 3/4”x 42”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 130.00

    544.  Bucket benchca. 1860; pine single shelf bench in nailed and mortised construction with boot jack ends and an old stained finish, 42”x 12”x 26 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 290.00

    545.  Chest of drawers ca. 1820; cherry 3/4 size high chest with two over four beaded drawers, recessed sides and brass pulls on turned legs, 42”x 21 1/2”x 60”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00

    546.  Blanket chest ca. 1810; pine chest with molded lift lid with inside till, strap hinges and grab lock over three drawers on straight bracket feet, 50”x 23 1/2”x 29”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00

    547.  High chest of drawers ca. 1810; transitional cherry case with three over five drawers, a cove molded top, chamfered corners with lambs tongue ends and wood and glass drawer pulls on French feet, 44”x 22”x 64 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 525.00

    548.  Continental schrank ca. 1780; paint decorated one door cabinet with cove molding, two framed painted door panels, painted side panels with cut-out front skirt and the door retaining the original strap hinges and door lock, 50”x 23”x 66”; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 25.00

    549.  Blanket chest ca. 1800; walnut chest with molded top opening to an inside till having good strap hinges in dovetailed construction over two drawers with brass bale pulls on ogee bracket feet, 52”x 22”x 27”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 240.00

    550.  2 beds ca. 1830; one red washed with turned posts, ball tops and turned legs, 52”x 47”; blue washed trundle bed, 42”x 17”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00

    551.  Mahogany 9 drawer spice/seed chest ca. 1880; homemade chest with nine small drawers having mahogany drawer fronts, pine lumber drawer boxes with one signed “Susie Schuttz” and small brass drawer pulls, 12 3/4”x 4 3/4”x 11 3/4”; Estimate $50.00 - $200.00 Sold For 190.00

    552.  2 wooden toolboxes ca. 1850-1920; poplar dovetailed lift lid small chest stained brown with small cabinet lock, 12 3/4”x 6”x 3 7/8”; half of a carpenter's tool tray cut down to create a wall pocket, 14 1/2”x 6”x 6 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00

    553.  Turned burl maple lidded trinket box ca. 1950; footed box with lid, 5”d, 4 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    554.  Red painted band box ca. 1840-1860; rectangular shaped band box in red milk paint accented with early die-cuts of a floral wreath with a man and woman on lid, spruce bottom and lid plate and steam bent hickory sides decorated with various birds and floral motifs, 6”x 4”x 2 3/4”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 250.00

    555.  Carpenter's sloped side nail tray ca. 1830; rectangular shaped tray in cut nail construction with bevel edge baseboard and outside stained walnut brown, 11 1/4”-12 1/2”x 5 1/2”-7”x 3 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00

    556.  2 hogscraper style candlesticks ca. 1830-1890; tall sheet metal candlestick with hogscraper base push up design, 3 3/4”x 6 3/8”; later tin push up candlestick with hogscraper base, 3 3/4”x 4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    557.  3 various edge tools ca. 1800-1920; early hand wrought kitchen chopper with stirrup mounted handle having a very thick chopping blade, 4 3/4”x 6 5/8”; half-moon rocking chopper with cherry wood handle, 8”x 5 3/8”x 5/8”; later homemade cabinet scraper, 4”x 4 1/2”x 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    558.  Butter mold & print ca. 1860-1880; turned cherry wood round form mold in a carved fruitwood print with pomegranate design, 4 7/8”d, 6”h; wheat sheath design print, 4”d, 3”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    559.  2 butter prints ca. 1800s and later; non-handled “palm grip” walnut butter print with chip-carved compass/pinwheel design with a notch chipped border, 3 7/8”d, 1”h; reproduction cow butter print with turned handle and faux stain, 3 1/2”d, 3”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 65.00

    560.  2 cow design butter prints ca. 1840-1900; carved walnut print with cow in a fenced meadow design having a pie crimp style border and a broomstick handle, 4 3/8”d, 4 1/2”h; primitive carved cow by water under a tree design with a chip carved border and turned knob handle, 4 1/8”d, 2 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    561.  Miniature walnut pie board ca. 1750-1840; compass/pinwheel design board with chip carved handle, 5 3/4”d, 1/2”h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 95.00

    562.  2 household primitives ca. 1880-1920; brick-type carved soap mold with sprig design, fluted tapered sides and wood screw to mount side rails, 7”- 7 1/2”x 5”- 5 1/2”x 2 1/2”; later mass-produced cross weave swamp ash splint gathering basket with nail secured rim, 8 5/8”x 7”x 7 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    563.  Victorian paint decorated checkerboard ca. 1890; four color checkerboard on four board pine with yellow pine half round battens having a fine gray band with black paint trim and game board layout and checkerboard in yellow and red grain paint, 19 3/4”x 19 3/4”x 1 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 230.00

    564.  Solitaire game & checkerboard ca. 1800-1890; lathe turned walnut plate with marble trough and counter sink cross-shaped game surface with thirty-six earthen marbles, 8 3/4”d, 5/8”h; poplar one piece paint decorated checkerboard marked with panel marking gauge to lay out the block with original walnut stain, 12”x 12”x 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$600.00 Sold For 140.00

    565.  2 pcs. antique metalware ca. 1800-1900; small tin candle sconce with half-moon heat reflector top, 3”x 2 3/8”x 2 5/8”; expertly crafted wrought iron heart and scroll design trivet having four feet with small feet and rails braced by clipped heart and scroll design narrow strapping, 5”d, 1 1/8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00

    566.  2 painted green wooden pantry boxes ca. 1870-1900; early feather lapped and nailed ash splint side box with softwood upper and lower round plates, 6 1/4”d, 2 1/2”h; another in similar construction with painted bottom, 6 1/2”d, 3”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00

    567.  Hanging walnut salt box ca. 1840; PA walnut box with ornament backboard having a sloped lift lid mounted with brass butt hinges, box bottom with 3/8” extended lip, single drawer in simple nail construction with white porcelain knob and bottom board nailed with copper nails, 10 3/8”x 7”x 15 5/8”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 350.00

    568.  Shaker Style oval nesting boxes ca. 1850-1900; set of three oval nesting band boxes with narrow finger lap joints having wooden pinned lids and bottom and large size copper nailed joints; set of two oval nesting band boxes with finger joint and the smallest stenciled “Eleme Figs” on lid; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 150.00

    569.  2 mortar & pestles ca. 1820-1900; turned softwood pedestal base mortar and large mushroom cap maple pestle, 5”d, 5 3/4”h with 6 5/8” pestle; turned walnut pedestal based mortar with barrel shaped vessel and turned walnut pestle, 6”d, 7 1/8”h with 8” pestle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00

    570.  Round pantry box ca. 1850; in green milk paint with feather edge lap ash sides and a softwood bottom, 5 3/4”x 2 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00

    571.  Red painted dasher-type butter churn ca. 1840-1860; coopered butter churn with four metal bands and a wooden band upper collar having a round lid, round funnel-style plug and a dasher handle, 11 1/2”-10”x 18” with 46 1/2” dasher handle; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 210.00

    572.  3 various wooden pantry boxes ca. 1860-1920; Shaker-type oval band box with birch finger joint lap band that are wooden pegged to softwood base and lid in copper nail joint construction; mass produced small size oval band box with clip joins; small round cheese box with nail joints; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    573.  4 hand wrought primitives ca. 1750-1880; horse tie ring on clip, 4”x 4 1/2” with 6” spike; triangular shaped trivet, 6”x 6”x 6”x 1 1/4”; early hand wrought spatula with rattail hand, 2 1/2”x 8 1/8”; horse shoe shaped horse hoof pick knife with spear shaped tip, 5”x 7 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 130.00

    574.  2 small wooden band boxes ca. 1850-1900; early green round miniature pantry nutmeg box with spear tip overlap joint, 2 5/8”d, 1 3/8”h; small oval band box with spear tip overlap joint and blue-green paint, 4 3/8”x 2 7/8”x 1 5/8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 425.00

    575.  Group of wooden kitchen utensils ca. 1850-1920; homemade chocolate mixer with cog shaped base, 2 1/2”x 11 1/4”; turned maple rolling pin with turned knob hanger, 2”d, 18”h; hand-carved wooden spatula, 2”x 15 3/4”; butter scoop, 4 1/2”x 9 1/2”; one piece turned wood scoop with off-center turned handle2 1/2”d, 6 1/2”h; later wooden coffee store scoop in bent plywood, 4 1/2”d, 9”h; wooden stomper, 2 3/4”d, 10 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00

    576.  2 wooden kitchen primitives ca. 1880-1910; hand shaved maple pie peel/paddle with broad hand and square grip handle, 13”-11”x 22 1/2”x 1/8”-1 1/8”; rectangular quarter sawn Schnitze drying tray, 28”x 12 1/2”x 2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00

    577.  Kitchen clock shelf ca. 1870-1900; softwood high back shelf with scroll design top and shaped side rails having a dovetailed softwood drawer with a brass pull, 11 1/4”x 28”x 5”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00

    578.  Carpenter's tool tray ca. 1900; dovetailed tray in orange milk paint having a lower end drawer with cabinet lock and porcelain knob, 23 1/2”x 10 3/8”x 12”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    579.  3 school related primitives ca. 1850-1910; unusually small child slate board with mortise and tenon joint in a walnut frame, 4 3/8”x 6 5/8”x 1/4”; softwood slide lid chalk box carved from one piece of wood and having a bevel edged lid, 4”x 4 3/4”x 1 1/8”; miniature red painted slide slate pencil box carved from one piece of wood, 3/4”x 2 1/2”x 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    580.  Isaac Palm printed house blessing ca. 1860; late printed haus segen printed in German with central heart theme and two small heart vignettes in lower corners, crude watercolor decoration of stags, birds and flowers by anonymous artist commissioned by Isaac Palm, Brecknock Twp., Lancaster Co., PA and framed in a cottage style Victorian era frame, 23”x 20”x 1 1/8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00

    581.  Blue painted oval wooden band bride's box ca. 1810-1830; Continental style brides box with stitched bands branded “I-S-E” in heart with seated dog in flower garden on top and flowers on side, 18 1/2”x 11 1/2”x 7”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 240.00

    582.  Berks County fraktur ca. 1832; taufschein record for the daughter of Jonathan and Maria Lambert, Heidelberg Twp, Berks Co., PA having watercolor floral tulip and pomegranate decoration with blue and yellow egg dart border surrounding the script in blue with red accent and black information infill, 12 1/2”x 15 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$600.00 Sold For 200.00

    583.  German domed top trinket box ca. 1830; Continental style box in wooden pin construction having salmon paint with horizontal tulip on front and vertical tulip on ends with the top decorated in multi-floral decoration, 4 1/2”x 2 7/8”x 2 5/8”; Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3; 4 Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 250.00

    584.  Peter Derr type dough scraper ca. 1851; dated brass tapered handle scraper with ring tooled handle, wrought iron dome shaped blade struck “P.D.” with date “1851” and the opposite side of the blade having an incised compass pinwheel design, 3” blade, 4” handle; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 130.00

    585.  German domed top trinket box ca. 1830-1880; Continental style box in wooden pin construction having wire hinges, small tin hasp, salmon paint with horizontal tulip on front and vertical tulips on sides with the top paint in a cabbage rose design, 4 1/2”x 2 3/4”x 2 1/2”; Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3; 4 Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 250.00

    586.  Daniel Peterman Fraktur tauf schein ca. 1857; birth and baptism certificate in German with record of Joshua Gerberich in black and red ink with the border decorated with two women in dresses holding oversized flowers, birds of paradise, and a central tulip in urn design with English script signature by the artist on the bottom, 18”x 15”x 3/4”; Estimate $3,000.00-$5,000.00 Sold For 4,400.00

    587.  Schwenkfelder prayer fraktur ca. 1771; written in four various colors of ink and in different scripts with simple doves on branches and back having a horse drawing framed in an old frame with glass on both sides and having the prayer's translation accompanying, 6”x 7 1/2” artwork; 12”x 13 3/4”x 3/4” framed; Additional Photo 's 1; 2 Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 290.00

    588.  Horse & sulky carved statue ca. 1935; dapple gray horse outfitted with leather harness and rigging having a sulky painted green and the driver wearing a green cap and coat with white cummerbund all mounted on a pine board and attributed to John Reber (Lehigh Co., PA), [note: figure 269 in Machmer's Just For Nice - probably greyhound named “The Great Grey Ghost of 1935”], 20 1/2”x 7 3/4”x 13 1/2”; Estimate $2,000.00-$6,000.00 Sold For 925.00

    589.  Pair of carved meadowlark birds on mushroom wall sconce ca. 1930-1950; two carved meadowlark birds with yellow and gray bodies, push pin eyes and wired to branches mounted in a sulfur shelf mushroom base, 4 1/4” birds, 4 3/4”x 5 1/2”x 2 1/2” overall; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 30.00

    590.  Victorian style hair art memorial flower arrangement ca. 1880-1900; hair accented with sprigs of small dried flowers featuring floral and a weeping willow tree mounted in a gold leaf deep well frame with German script “Andenken an die gute Liebe Mutter”, 12”x 14”x 2 1/8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 35.00

    591.  Rye straw basket ca. 1800-1850; expertly crafted basket with double wrap raised base and double weave rim having an open slot for leather strap, 9”- 15 1/4”d, 4 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00

    592.  Small oval sewing basket ca. 1850-1900; woven straw/grass basket in stacked flat weave design with a sloped side and pad foot, 5”- 8 1/2”x 2 3/4”-7”x 3 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    593.  2 primitive items ca. 1850-1930; tin pastry mold having a central heart and two fluted ribbon surrounds, 6”x 5 7/8”x 3 1/2” with 12” handle; Germanic influence wallpaper/cloth printing block with fretwork tulips, flowers, birds and deer on a pine backboard, 11 1/2”x 10 1/4”x 2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00

    594.  6 blade veterinary fleam ca. 1860; marked “Mollance” having a small dagger, two knife tip blades and a hook and rack knife all in a brass case, 4 1/8”x 1 1/8”x 5/8” folded; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00

    595.  Pair of hand wrought ram's horn hinges ca. 1750; ornate pair of side hinges with scroll design and central pin, 15 1/2”x 7”x 1 1/4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 100.00

    596.  2 wrought iron forks    ca. 1750-1830; primitive splayed point roasting fork with wrap hook hanger handle, 1 1/2”x 13 7/8”; broad two-prong fork with central heart accent and pad brace on tongs, 2 1/4”x 17 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00

    597.  2 assembled pair of ram's horn side hinges ca. 1750-1800; diminutive size pair with lower spur and up-wrap horns, 6” & 7”x 3 5/8” & 3 3/4”; assembled set with one having split wrap tips and extended brace to pintel wrap and one other different form with wrap-up horns and large central pad, 10”x 5” & 8”x 3 5/8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 100.00

    598.  2 trade signs Dr. I.N. Lightner ca. pre-1930; both of Dr. I.N. Lightner, 103 W. Main St., Ephrata, PA: one door plaquered in reverse painted silver and black on glass, 16”x 3”; one black and gold painted tin sign, 14 1/2”x 9”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 230.00

    599.  8 horn utensils  ca. 1800-1920; matched set of six tea or honey spoons with twist braced handle; rare butter knife with horn handle; matched pair fork and large spoon; unusual two-sided cuticle pusher; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00

    600.  9 assorted tin cookie cutters ca. 1860-1930; seven appear to be crafted by same smith with partial strap braced backs including: standing girl in dress, rocking horse, hump back pig, standing sheep, flower basket, hatchet, French horn, baseball bat, et cetera, 1 1/4”- 8”x 3 3/4”- 6 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00

    601.  3 various thumb latch door latches ca. 1720-1850; all with back plates and thumb lifts: early to mid-1700 latch with tobacco leaf design upper cusp and a clip base, 2”x 9”; late-1700s large latch with tulip pattern upper and modified heart lower cusp, 2 1/4”x 9”; one in Chippendale urn design upper plate with cast iron handle, 2 7/8”x 10”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 45.00

    602.  3 spring operated latch locks ca. 1800-1870; 1800 German/Swiss style transition type lock with palm press and square knob shaft housing, 11”x 4 1/2”x 2”; two with plate backed spring operated catch latches with ring and handle pulls, 3 5/8”x 2 3/4” & 5 3/4”x 4 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00

    603.  Group of door latch & key escutcheons ca. 1730-1850 & 1 modern; fine openwork flame and scroll design latch and key escutcheon with file worked edges, 1 3/8”x 8 1/2”; simple tulip design upper and lower key escutcheon, 1 1/2”x 4 1/2”; urn-shaped latch escutcheon, 2”x 4 5/8”; relic door lock and key escutcheon, 2”x 5 3/4”; two brass chest escutcheons, 2”x 3 1/4”; sheet metal door lock escutcheon, 2 1/4”x 3 3/4”; reproduction cabinet key escutcheon with ornate openwork scroll design, 1”x 9”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 35.00

    604.  Assorted iron primitives ca. 1730-1930; early to mid-1700s spike tip rake with iron braced handle socket, 14 1/4”x 5”x 3 5/8”; belt/cruze marking hatchet with G.E. letters and rectangular eye, 4 1/2” with 1 1/2” edge; single bottom plow model or trade sample, 14 1/2”x 3 1/2”x 7”; four hook grappling hook with loose ring, 5 1/2”d, 7 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00

    605.  4 household primitives ca. 1750-1830; simple pan/fat lamp with round pan having no spout, swivel rod and hanger hook, 3 1/4”d, 15 1/4”h; 18th century vegetable chopper with embossed key pattern strike, 10 1/2” edge; expertly crafted spring operated sewing bird clamp with pin cup top, 3 1/2”x 1/4”x 5”; spring back sugar nipper with hasp latch keeper, 2 7/8”x 8 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 50.00

    606.  Carved lollipop style butter print ca. 1830-1850; pinwheel design with stars chip carved around border, 4 1/2”d, 5/8”x 8 1/4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 260.00

    607.  3 turned & chip carved butter prints ca. 1790-1890; PA German attributed floral design with star motif center turned with a small grasp knob, 3 3/4”d, 2 1/2”h; birch wheat sheath design with large knob, 4 1/8”d, 3 1/4”h; poplar fern design, 3 1/2”d, 2 5/8”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 80.00

    608.  3 early pinwheel design butter prints ca. 1800-1850; softwood chip carved pinwheel butter print with broad grasp handle; two non-handled type prints with chip carved points; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 85.00

    609.  4 wooden butter tools ca. 1840-1930; thistle design butter print with turned knob, 4”d, 3 1/4”h; broad carved maple scoop, 5 3/4”x 9 1/2”; pair of carved butter working paddles, 2 1/2”x 9 3/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00

    610.  3 pcs. vintage toleware ca. 1840-1900; dome top candle/document box with black base paint having a large floral design on front and end with yellow accents, 8”x 4”x 5”; simple jappaned and stenciled tea caddy, 3”d, 5”h; lidded syrup with simple jappaning decoration, 2 7/8”d, 4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    611.  10 cookie cutters ca. 1890-1990; seven vintage cookie cutters including: a bull with handle, standing dog, baby in full dress, girl in dress with handle, a fish, a flying bird and a heart in a crimped box with handle; three reproduction cutters including: a bear and a hand in heart both by K. Dunwoody and a late heart design with handle, 3”-5”x 2”-5”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    612.  2 metal primitives ca. 1850-1920; large cast iron mortar with iron drumstick pestle, 4 1/2”-7”x 6” with 10 1/2” pestle; converted copper wash boiler/still having an oval wash boiler base with sloped copper top steam gathering chamber with a cast brass collar and lid, 19”x 9 1/2”x 15”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    613.  Flax hetchel & maple sugar mold ca. 1804-1900s; dated large tine flax hetchel with tool decorated heart pat and tin diamond hole shields, 12”x 3 1/4”x 4”; softwood bird pattern maple sugar mold painted red for use as decoration with secondary leaf design, 4”x 11”x 5/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00

    614.  Emerald green agate milk pail ca. 1900; traditional shaped milk pail with emerald green lid, loose wire handle and wood grip, 5 1/2”d, 10”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 85.00

    615.  Oak splint rectangular market basket ca. 1880; expertly crafted with three runner base in a large rectangular shape and a broad handle, 20 3/4”x 12 1/2”x 12 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    616.  2 baskets ca. 1800-1850; early rye straw bowl shaped storage basket with tapered laid up rim, 12”d, 4 5/8”h; oak splint melon shaped gathering basket, 10”d, 9”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 65.00

    617.  Child's softwood cottage style dresser ca. 1910; miniature dresser with three drawers having glass knob pulls and a fluted top drawer and a mirror having fluted molding and beehive capped harp, 16”x 8”x 24”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00

    618.  Narrow iron stove side plate ca. 1750-1800; Stiegel style plate in tulip and heart design with scroll columns, arch frame and lower panel with sawtooth diamond in arch bead molded corners, 11 1/2”x 23 5/8”x 1”; Estimate $300.00-$600.00 Sold For 100.00

    619.  Robert Coleman cast iron bake oven plate ca. 1776-1809; urn base with ornate scroll design, embossed banners with “Robert Coleman, Elizabeth Furnace” and door patched with piece from Hopewell Furnace plate, [Provenance: Mercer Museum door plate], 31”x 29 1/2”x 3/4”; Estimate $600.00-$1,500.00 Sold For 725.00

    620.  Redware flared cylindrical jar & PA redware deep bowl ca. 1870; cylindrical jar in dark and lighter brown lead glaze with yellowish brown bleach type spots on a tooled flared rim jar with interior flange to seat a lid, incised collar ring and three incised shoulder rings, 4 1/4”d, 6 3/4”h; slightly bulbous form deep bowl with flared rim, incised collar ring and overall brownish lead glaze, 5”d, 3 1/4”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    621.  2 PA redware crocks ca. 1880; handled slightly bulbous apple butter crock with overall reddish brown lead glaze and a slightly flared rounded rim, 8”d, 6 3/8”h; slightly bulbous crock with dark brown lead glazed interior and a rolled rim, 7”d, 6 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    622.  4 pcs. molded Bristol glazed stoneware ca. 1900-30; slightly bulbous pitcher with grid and flowers motif, cobalt wash band on rim and foot, 5”d, 6 5/8”h; cylindrical pitcher with expanded foot, band of tulips around foot, cobalt washed windmill and unknown design at waist having a cobalt washed rim and foot, 6”d, 6 3/4”h; cylindrical crock with six rose medallions on a grid with cobalt washed medallions, rim and foot, 6”d, 4 1/4”h; cylindrical crock with six rose medallions on a grid with cobalt washed medallions, rim and foot, 7 5/8”d, 5”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    623.  Cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical jar with two slipped cobalt fiddle-head fern motifs, tooled squared rim with neck ring and two incised shoulder rings and an Albany slip glazed interior, 6 7/8”d, 10 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    624.  2 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware butter churn ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical butter churn with slipped cobalt “2” and floral design, pair of applied lug ear handles and a flattened everted rim with interior flange to seat a lid, 9 1/4”d, 11 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 350.00

    625.  1 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical jar with four brushed cobalt floral motifs, tooled squared rim, incised collar ring and impressed “1” on neck attributed to Mt. Jordon Pottery and decorated by Eri “Dutch” Hooker, 6 7/8”d, 10 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    626.  N. Clark & Co ovoid cobalt decorated stoneware jug ca. 1845; salt glazed ovoid jug with pale brushed cobalt floral design, Albany slip glaze interior and impressed “N. Clark & Co/Rochester”, 11 3/8”d, 13 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00

    627.  6 line stoneware wax sealer ca. 1885; western PA salt glazed stoneware tapered cylindrical wax ring sealer with six graduated brushed cobalt wiggly line decorations and an Albany slip interior glaze, 5 1/4”d, 8 1/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 280.00

    628.  2 cobalt decorated stoneware jars ca. 1880; one with four brushed cobalt feathered foliage motifs attributed to south eastern PA or Maryland having a tooled and squared rim, incised collar and shoulder rings, 5”d, 7 1/8”h; one with brushed feathered motif cobalt collar band with a tooled squared rim having a pair of incised collar rings attributed to Shenandoah Valley, 4 7/8”d, 7”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 280.00

    629.  3 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware jug ca. 1890; salt glazed cylindrical jug with slipped cobalt “3” and a flourish, 10 1/4”d, 14 3/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00

    630.  4 gallon E & LP Norton bird decorated crock ca. 1890; salt glazed cylindrical crock with a slipped bird on a leafy branch motif, impressed “4” and “E & LP Norton/Bennington, Vt: “ with a tooled, expanded and flattened rim, three incised collar rings, pair of applied lug ear handles and an Albany slip glaze interior, 12 1/2”d, 10”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 250.00

    631.  2 gallon cobalt decorated E. Norton & Co jug ca. 1890; salt glazed cylindrical jug with slipped cobalt foliage design, impressed “2” and “E. Norton & Co/Bennington, VT” with an Albany slip glazed interior, 9”d, 13 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00

    632.  Stoneware jar & ovoid jug ca. 1840-1885; covered cylindrical jar with a rolled and flattened rim, interior rim for lid, disk lid with button knob and Albany slip glaze interior, 6 5/8”d, 10 1/4”h; two gallon ovoid jug with impressed cobalt infilled “2”, 9 7/8”d, 14”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 180.00

    633.  3 pcs. of stoneware ca. 1885; small mouthed cylindrical jar, 4 3/8”d, 7 3/8”h; cylindrical jug with ribbed strap handle, raised horizontal neck ring and an Albany slip glazed interior, 7 1/8”d, 11 1/4”h; two gallon cylindrical jug with impressed “2” and strap handle, 8 3/8”d, 13 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00

    634.  Cobalt decorated stoneware jug ca. 1855; salt glazed squat bulbous jug with a brushed simple cobalt motif and daubs on handle terminals, 8 1/2”d, 9 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    635.  5 pcs. Rockingham glazed yelloware ca. 1860-90; small pitcher with raised foliage sprig; hound handled pitcher impressed “K” in base with a raised relief design of stag, bird and other animals; larger hound handled pitcher with same raised relief design of stag, bird and other animals; slope sided bowl with recessed foliage motif in interior base; covered casserole with recessed flange for domed lid; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00

    636.  2 pcs. American Indian style pottery ca. 1925-50; both with polychromal, incised decorated earthenware: small bulbous pot with two bands of geometric designs and incised on base “AL/27”, 4 1/8”d, 3”h; gourd shaped bottle with three bands of geometric designs and a band with a simple wavy motif incised on base “AL-70/BC”, 3 5/8”d, 6”h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00

    637.  C. Lochman jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1840; coverlet woven by C. Lochman, Hamburg, Berks Co, PA in red, blue and green wool and white cotton with self and applied fringe and a rolled top edge, 78”x 96”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00

    638.  Geometric pattern pieced quilt ca. 1900; pieced triangular patterns interlaced with six-pointed stars in open areas having pink and yellow borders, striped yellow and red printed fabric back and front turned to back, 80”x 78”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 210.00

    639.  John Kirst jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1849; coverlet with rooster corner blocks and floral and urn borders having tulip, star and rose central motifs, 76”x 94”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00

    640.  4 block pinwheel pattern quilt ca. 1840-1860; pinwheel pattern quilt with star motifs in red, green and yellow solid colors on a white ground with red, white and green striped borders having leaf, parallel and cross-hatch quilting with white back turned to front, 86”x 92”; Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 775.00

    641.  Red & yellow pieced block quilt ca. 1900; 56 block on point red and yellow quilt with red inner border and yellow outer borders having green, orange and yellow small floral print back with the front edge turned to the back, 86”x 78”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 280.00

    642.  Flying geese pattern pieced quilt ca. 1900; pink and green flying goose pattern quilt with red and yellow striped print back with front turned to back having diagonal line quilting and quilting following the flying geese pattern, 72”x 88”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 190.00

    643.  16 block star quilt ca. 1930; eight-pointed stars in red and green on a blue print ground bordered with pink and red prints with the border having light and dark green printed materials, the front turned to the back, back in yellow and black star print on a red ground and quilting following the pattern with cable-stitched borders, 80”x 80”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 140.00

    644.  16 block pieced quilt ca. 1900-1930; pieced quilt with 16 geometric blocks bordered with green and yellow materials and quilted with cable and sawtooth pattern. Edging and a red, yellow and black print backing, 82”x 82”; Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 500.00

    645.  4 eagle quilt with floral center ca. 1875; red, blue and orange eagles holding flowers in their beaks with central red, blue and orange appliqued central motif, cross-hatch quilting throughout with quilting lines still visible and the front edge turned to back with white backing, 82”x 78”; Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 525.00

    646.  9 patch star pattern child's quilt ca. 1840-1860; star blocks on point surrounded by two borders in green, yellow and red printed cottons with back striped in red and yellow cottons and quilted to pattern with cable stitching around outer borders hand sewn, 31” square; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 425.00

    647.  Double vine border jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1850; with center seam leaf and vine borders, four block floral corner blocks with self fringe, rolled top hem, center seam, blue and red wool and white cotton with a blue cotton , 94”x 82”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 85.00

    648.  John Smith & S. Oberley jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1839; floral leaf central pattern with triple star bottom border and triple bird side borders, Cotton overlaid with red silk and having a center seam, 100”x 80”; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 140.00

    649.  4 block appliqued floral design quilt ca. 1900-1930; floral appliqued quilt using orange, green, red, blue and yellow solid colored cottons on a white ground with green edging, a white back with quilting following the pattern, diagonal pattern quilting on outer edge, light yellow cotton back and slot on back for rod to hang, 76”x 76”; Estimate $600.00-$800.00 Sold For 625.00

    650.  Henry Keener jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1844; red, green and blue wool with white cotton having a center seam, With attached bottom fringe and self-side fringes, rolled top edge, floral and leaf borders with star and floral patterned central blocks, 94”x 78”; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 270.00

    651.  William Ney jacquard woven coverlet ca. 1840-1860; woven by William Ney, Myerstown, Lebanon Co., PA in red wool and blue cotton With red, green and blue wool and blue cotton Having a self and applied fringe and rolled top edge, 82”x 74”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 45.00

    652.  Emanuel Ettinger jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1840; woven by Emanuel Ettinger, Aaronsburg, Centre Co., PA in 1840 with tulip floral and leaf borders having a flower and star motif center, self fringe on sides and a center seam, 92”x 74”; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 300.00

    653.  Dry sink  ca. 1850-1870; primitive brown painted cut nail constructed softwood dry sink, 47 1/4”x 26”x 33 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 500.00

    654.  Bucket bench ca. 1870; walnut bench with high boot jack ends having some original grain painting, 30”x 12 1/4”x 28 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 280.00

    655.  Jelly cupboard  ca. 1870; poplar cupboard with shaped splash and two drawers over two doors with butt hinges attributed to Lebanon County by consignor, 45”x 19”x 59 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 375.00

    656.  Primitive stand ca. 1810; top with nailed border, pegged construction on base, and splayed legs with an old wash, 17 3/4”x 17 3/4”x 27”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00

    657.  Kitchen table ca. 1800; walnut pegged construction table with four board top and single drawer on tapered legs, 38”x 32”x 30 1/2”; [Sold at Donecker Auction]; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 250.00

    658.  1 drawer stand ca. 1830; mixed wood stand with square top and a later dark finish, 19 1/4”x 18 1/4”x 27 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    659.  Bucket bench ca. 1840; pine in nailed and mortised construction having boot jack sides and Lebanon County attribution, 34 3/4”x 11 1/2”x 31 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 250.00

    660.  Jelly cupboard ca. 1870; poplar cupboard in an ochre paint with pediment back splash and curved side splash with lollipop ends and two drawers over two doors with solid sides with rounded cut out base, 41 1/2”x 16”x 50”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 375.00

    661.  Poplar stand ca. 1850; square top on turned cylindrical legs with an old red wash, 19 3/4”x 18”x 29 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00

    662.  Stand ca. 1800; poplar with pegged construction on tapered legs painted green, 20”x 18”x 28”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    663.  Pie safe ca. 1860; walnut with two doors and nine total tin panels on straight peg legs, 39”x 17”x 58 1/4”; Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 500.00

    664.  Dutch cupboard ca. 1875; poplar two piece cupboard in ochre grain painting with a cove molded top, twelve light doors with two shelves and plate rail over the base with two drawers over two doors with double recessed panels on straight bracket feet, 55 3/4”x 19”x 87”; Estimate $800.00-$1,200.00 Sold For 875.00

    665.  Dough box ca. mid-late 1800s; softwood dough box with lollipop handles; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00

    666.  Stretcher base farm table ca. 1780+; walnut pinned top table with two drawers on turned legs with a stretcher base and ball feet, 60”x 35”x 31”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 300.00

    667.  Dry sink  ca. 1860; walnut dry sink with grain painted surface having a zinc lining in 7” deep sink over two drawers with wood pulls over two doors on turned legs and retaining the original hardware, 35”x 38”x 19 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $1,500.00-$2,500.00 Sold For 1,600.00

    668.  Bucket bench ca. 1900; cherry and poplar bench with a 3” top well over a lower shelf with straight legs with cut out sides, 52 3/4”x 15 1/2”x 27 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 400.00

    669.  Bench ca. 1880; poplar low bench with old red paint having the legs mortised through the top, 57 1/4”x 11 1/2”x 11 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00

    670.  Bench ca. 1880; softwood bench with curved top, cutout skirt, mortised legs with half-moon cut out now painted a dark brown, 41 3/4”x 11 1/2”x 16 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00

    671.  1 drawer table ca. 1790; country Hepplewhite table in poplar with a red was in pegged and nailed construction on tapering legs, 35”x 24 1/4”x 26”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 180.00

    672.  Bench ca. 1880; poplar bench with nicely mortised sides and boot jack ends in an old green paint, 39 1/2”x 12 1/2”x 19 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 240.00

    673.  Settee ca. 1880; straight board top supported by four turned spindles with stretchers supporting back on a seat with incised outline, arms with lollipop ends all on a stretcher base with eight legs, 71 3/4”x 17 1/2”x 33 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00

    674.  Document holder ca. 1890; 24 slanted holes for documents on sold items at a country store handle cutouts on sides painted red, 18”x 8”x 38 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    675.  Bucket bench ca. 1880; poplar three shelf bench in mortise and dovetailed construction with curved feet, 31 3/4”x 9 3/4”x 31 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 325.00

    676.  Blanket chest ca. 1800; 3/4 size pine chest with red wash and molded top having strap hinges and left side till resting on bracket feet, 37”x 19 1/2”x 25”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 200.00

    677.  Drying rack ca. 1880; six swing arm rack each with three rails for drying resting on four curved legs and having a bulbous handled top, 24 1/2”x 11 1/2”x 49”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00

    678.  Blanket chest ca. 1830; poplar chest in a red wash with molded top, right side till with lid on straight bracket feet in bold dovetailed construction with butt hinges, 42 1/4”x 17 3/4”x 19”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00

    679.  4 treenware pieces ca. 1850-1910; small lidded saffron box with partial paint and small ivory knob, 2 1/2”d, 2 1/2”h; red painted powder compact with mirror inside lid, 3 1/2”d, 1 1/2”h; small turned poplar pin box, 2 1/4”d, 1 1/8”h; turned ink bottle keeper with small wooden lid, 2 3/8”-2”x 2 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    680.  2 pie crimpers ca. 1830-1900; wooden wheel pie crimper with knob top wooden turned handle and a hand carved wheel, 1 3/8”d, 5 5/8”h; hand wrought pie crimper with decorative file work iron and wooden handle, 1 1/4”d, 6 5/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    681.  8 assorted vintage pin cushion ca. 1890-1940; small needle book with needlepoint cover having ribbon ties; salvage fabric covered book; Victorian needlepoint decorated chicken/hen; feed bag material bird on wooden spool stand; 1928 dated Amish style cross-work pillow with pom-pom corners; two crewel work pinwheel and button decoration cushions; small feather stick cushion with patch; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    682.  29 various figural cookie cutters ca. 1890-1930+; including four horses; three pigs; two dogs; three fish; one hen chicken; two hearts; two eagles; cat; large rabbit; ladies in dresses, etc., 3”- 7 3/4”x 1 3/4”- 4 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 240.00

    683.  Rectangular walnut trencher ca. 1840; adze carved and smoothed with drawknives, 20 3/4”x 13 1/4”x 4 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 300.00

    684.  2 slide lid small boxes ca. 1920-1970; softwood carpenter's side tool box for drill bits in simple nail construction with the lid having a thumb notch and interior having two compartments, 8”x 3 3/4”x 2 1/4”; walnut one piece “whimsy” box with a dovetailed slide lid having a thumb notch, 6 1/2”x 2 5/8”x 1”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00

    685.  Oak 8 drawer spice cabinet ca. 1890-1910; having eight drawers with poplar secondary wood and turned “bulls eye” turned drawer fronts, large one piece back board with stepped arch back, extended molded side and lower lips, 9 3/4”x 12 3/4”x 4 1/2” cabinet, 11”x 18” backboard; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00

    686.  Adze carved softwood deep trencher ca. 1830-1900; oval with unusual deep trough and tapered sides and ends, 23 1/2”x 14”x 6 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    687.  Tray of assorted primitives ca. 1880-1910; Victorian fish pond drip net with walnut turned handle and small seine net; hand carved wooden trencher paddle; softwood pie lifter; turned maple wood funnel; turned maple doughnut cutter with turned handle; two factory-made spring operated rat traps with right angle boards; composite fiber funnel; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00

    688.  Red painted dough tray with lid ca. 1840-1860; dovetailed poplar dough tray in red wash stain with wooden side grip handles, chamfer edge bottom, lid seated into side and battens are slide through dovetails, 25 1/2”x 11 1/2”x 9 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 240.00

    689.  3 brass & iron kitchen utensils ca. 1800s and later; antique brass dipper with tool decorated wrought iron handle with a hanger hook, 5 3/4”d, 3 1/2”l; late brass dipper with wrought iron handle and hook, 3 1/2”d, 13”l; reproduction brass tulip shape spatula with wrought iron rattail handle, 2 5/8”x 12 7/8”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    690.  Blue painted butter box ca. 1880-1900; Vermont/New England butter box with blue milk paint, metal angle braces, strap hinges, hasp latches with turn-eye screws and heavy maple battens on lid, 21”x 12”x 9 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 250.00

    691.  Wooden firkin ca. 1860; tapered coopered firkin in buttermilk color milk paint with oak splint bands, oak splint handle pinned with oak pins and a softwood lid with oak band, 12”d, 12 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 375.00

    692.  24 drawer oak parts bin ca. 1880-1900; bench top bin with lipped oak drawer fronts having clip and ring drawer pulls and pine secondary woods, 13”x 9 1/4”x 18 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 210.00

    693.  2 orchard baskets ca. 1900-1930; diamond weave bushel basket in red paint with double splint top and lower rails, 9 1/2”- 14 1/2”d, 11 1/2”h; simple oak splint “peck” basket with vertical slat sides and clip splint band top rail and bottom, 7 1/2”- 10”d, 12”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    694.  Coopered mince meat bucket ca. late 1800s; gray/green painted douglass fir bucket with steel bands on tapered bucket and fir lid with oak splint band, 10 1/2”-12”d, 11”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00

    695.  Large oval rye straw basket ca. 1780-1820; with deep side and large oval base having thin oak splint banding, 24 1/2”x 18 1/2”x 5 1/4”; [Provenance: Ex-Sara Musselman Collection]; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 210.00

    696.  Green painted firkin ca. 1860-1890; oak splint banded firkin with original oak splint edge lid having a wooden pinned oak splint swing handle, 10 1/4”- 11”d, 11”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 270.00

    697.  2 early slaw boards ca. 1840-1880; one piece softwood slaw board with wrought iron blade and rails having hand cut nails, 7 1/2”x 22 5/8”x 1 5/8”; small walnut adjustable two part slaw board with wrought iron ram's horn adj. stop, 4 5/8”x 13 5/8”x 1 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    698.  Red painted firkin ca. 1850-1880; having oak splint bands and handle, oak pins fastening the handle and a softwood lid with oak band, 9 3/4”d, 9 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00

    699.  2 market baskets ca. 1910-1930; both most likely by the same maker: standard size varnished basket with round double splint top rail, handle tapered to basket and a triple cross-weave runner, 19”x 13 1/2”x 14”; child's basket with the same manner of weaving, 10 1/4”x 8”x 9 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 45.00

    700.  Table top slant lid desk ca. 1850; poplar pit sawn desk in simple nail construction having red milk paint and varnish and a hinged sloped lid, 15”x 13 1/4”x 6 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    701.  Wooden mincemeat firkin ca. 1900-1910; having buttermilk and brown milk paint, oak splint bands painted brown and clipped over finger joint, oak splint handle pins painted brown, and lid with original stencil labeling of “Philadelphia Meat Co.” and 18lb. net marking, 9 3/8”-10”d, 9 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00

    702.  2 wooden primitives ca. 1880-1910; coopered wooden tub with dog ear handles and oak splints with a double overlap finger joint, 15”d, 10 5/8”h; oak dry measure with red paint, oak top band and galvanized base bands, 14 1/2”d, 8 1/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    703.  Rectangular walnut utensil tray ca. 1760-1800; mitre dovetailed construction on side and mitred slide in handle with heart cut out, 13 1/2”x 9”x 6 1/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 85.00

    704.  Pair of mallard decoys ca. 1940-1950s; paint decorated canvas over cork drake and hen with glass eyes attributed to Scott Decoy Co (California), 14”x 6”x 5” drake; 15 1/2”x 5 1/2”x 6” hen; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 55.00

    705.  2 wooden floating duck decoys ca. 1920-1950; factory made mallard hen decoy in four stack board construction with tack eyes, full wood keel and full wooden plate bottom carved “ETC”, 17 1/2”x 8”x 9”; flat body decoy with folk art decoration and red thumbtack eyes, 15”x 5 1/2”x 6 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00

    706.  3 various footstools ca. 1850-1930; painted green footstool with center single mortise and nail side aprons, 13 3/4”x 7 3/4”x 7 3/4”; green painted footstool with shaped legs and scroll design apron, 16”x 8”x 8”; small brown stained footstool with double mortise legs and dovetailed slide in aprons with side bead, 15”x 7 1/2”x 7”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    707.  Dovetailed softwood dough tray with lid ca. 1850-1900; pine dough tray in a dark walnut stain with open grasp handles, lid with grasp and batten with cut nails, 20 3/4”- 25”x 10 1/2”- 13 1/2”x 11 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 260.00

    708.  Oval wallpaper box ca. 1830-1850; southeastern PA type wallpaper box with cream background exterior wallpaper having large blue flower and silver frond designs, decorated interior, top and bottom matching the cream background design and having the band decorated with a large blue ribbon design border, 13 3/8”x 10 1/4”x 6”; Estimate $300.00-$600.00 Sold For 160.00

    709.  Lehnware turning ca. 1880-1890; pedestal base master salt having black, green and red pedestal base and salmon background of Lehn's turnings with the floral paint decoration attributed to William Heilig, 2 1/2”x 3”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 180.00

    710.  Brass inlaid wrought iron fork ca. 1870s; highly inlaid with brass with the top of the handle initialed “M”, sawtooth border edge and backward “S” central design signed “Jewell”, 1 5/8”x 16 5/8”; Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 190.00

    711.  Brass inlaid copper & iron butcher's skimmer ladle ca. 1870s; copper skimmer ladle with a heart design, inlaid wrought iron handle large spade brace handle at copper bowl and having brass rivets, 5 1/8”d bowl, 20 1/2”l; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00

    712.  Tool decorated copper dipper ca. late 1800s or later; copper ladle with iron handle having a heart shaped top with brass inlaid “MH”, ornamental tool work design with thumbnail and snowflake punch decoration, 6”d, 20”h; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 230.00

    713.  Brass inlaid copper & iron tasting ladle ca. 1870s; with heart and hollow punch decoration inlaid with brass having the copper bowl brass riveted in a spade shape brace, 2 1/4”d, 13”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 160.00

    714.  Brass inlaid copper & iron ladle ca. 1800s; having a wrought iron handle with brass inlaid floral design, copper ladle applied with large copper rivets and signed “T. June”, 5”d, 18 1/8”h; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00

    715.  Miniature Noah's Ark ca. 1920-1930s; softwood pine Noah's Ark with red painted roof and gray painted building having stenciled windows and containing 25 miniature animals and people, 6 3/8”x 2”x 3 1/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 270.00

    716.  Carved bird whistle ca. 1920-1930; having “Rigi Kulm” branded on the side of the whistle carved from birch and a small bird carving perched on a small log in red, black and yellow paint, 1 1/4”d whistle, 6”x 3”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    717.  Watercolor family record ca. 1814; framed family record in English with arch having a half wreath design with rose and willow tree in corners with the family history of Dudley Griswold and Lydia Ferris, 8”x 10” document; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 110.00

    718.  Paint decorated one door cupboard ca. 1834; dated softwood cupboard painted green with primitive square wrought iron hinges, iron lock with shield escutcheon, dovetailed top and bottom with wrought iron hanger, two broad pine board backboard, interior with three shelves and door in blooming flowers design topped in red paint in German script “Joh: Sebastian Zimmerman”, 25”x 12 1/2”x 25 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 400.00

    719.  Early bee skep with oak splint base ca. 1830-1860; rye straw bee skep with an oak splint base woven into the band, 14”d, 16”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 475.00

    720.  Paint decorated cutter sled ca. 1890s; red painted with floral decoration having arched brace runners with cast iron swan head caps and rod hand grasp, 38”x 15”x 14”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00

    721.  Palmer Seed Company wooden shipping chest ca. 1890-1930; small red painted crate in box-joint construction with iron handle in European style having brass diamond back plates, 17”x 11 1/2”x 11 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00

    722.  Tramp art comb rack ca. 1900-1910; large ornamental wall rack made of PA made cigar boxes designed to have mirror-crest and harp of mirror decorated with hearts, cloverleaf, stars and crosses and bottom of rack with sloped comb box atop two drawers with carved wooden handles and corners decorated with cross/stars, 11 1/2”x 6 1/2”x 25 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 110.00

    723.  Germanic wrought iron skimmer ladle ca. undetermined; having an unusual tower spire shape handle with extensive tool decoration and ladle with punch pierce-work star design, 5”x 16 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 65.00

    724.  Primitive chip carved owl ca. 1900-1940; eastern screech owl chip carved from oak pinned to top of old tester bed top with white accented face and chest outlines and recessed carved eyes with black paint accent, 1 1/2”x 1 1/2”x 4” owl, 4 1/2”d, 11”h stand; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 50.00

    725.  Reproduction mission oak wall rack  ca. 1900-1940; quarter sawn oak wall/spoon rack with carved sloped pediment top with large rack for twelve spoons and a lift lid, 11 1/2”x 4 1/2”x 17 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 25.00

    726.  Grain decorated wall pipe box ca. 1800s; softwood wall pocket in red grain paint with a primitive dovetail drawer, form of pocket tapers from top to bottom, simple box joint to side front, 8 1/2”x 4 1/2”x 15 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 100.00

    727.  Scandinavian paint decorated serving tray   ca. 1850-1900; tapered rail serving tray decorated in red stain with a yellow rose central flower motif, tin corner braces on rails and surface of tray with jack plain marking, 20 1/2”x 12 3/4”x 2 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 85.00

    728.  2 softwood primitives ca. 1860-1920; lidded utensil/sewing tray with central carrier handle having a lid with porcelain knobs and tray with porcelain button accents, 12”x 8 1/2”x 6”; homemade wooden grain scoop in red stain wash with carved walnut diamond capped handle, 5 3/4”x 10”x 4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    729.  2 European imported primitives ca. 1830-1900; tool decorated cooper's hand adze with stirrup strap braced handle and iron with heart shape decoration, 4 1/2”x 6”x 7”; large copper tankard with brass handle having a raised fish pattern bottom, 5 3/8”d, 6 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    730.  Folk art advertising hen carving ca. 1980-2000; unsigned folk art carved hen with red grain paint decoration having carved comb with “Bunk's Eggs” and side of chicken with “Buy Dave's Eggs, Allentown, PA Ph. 323_L” and  “10¢ per dozen” on tail, 9 1/2”x 3”x 11”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00

    731.  European copper fry pan ca. 1850; large round copper fry pan with two side mounted wrought iron legs and wrought iron handle with post-type leg with legs and handle attached with heavy copper rivets, 13”d, 6 1/2”h, 17” handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00

    732.  4 wrought iron pieces with heart accents ca. 1800-1930; early oven peel with heart topped handle, 6 3/4”x 44 1/4”; blacksmith's fire poker with unusual spade in heart top handle and having a twisted shaft, 4 5/8”x 29 1/4”; later 1800s coal shovel with tubular and heart topped handle, 6”x 19 1/8”; garden marker stake with sloped heart top, 6 3/4”x 7 3/4”x 45”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00

    733.  Pair of reproduction wrought iron andirons ca. 1920-1980; hand wrought pad foot andirons with modern screws attaching fire leg with front capped with brass open floral design, 11 1/4”x 20 1/2”x 20 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 40.00

    734.  Tobacco seed bed planter ca. 1890-1920; small pull-type drop spreader having a walnut frame, wooden trough with pin holes to drop seed, handle with some paint decoration and two small steel wheels, 11 1/2”x 33”x 4 3/4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 100.00

    735.  2 small copper kettles   ca. 1850-1900; both in dovetailed construction with lima bean cusp bracket and iron rod handles; smaller kettle with three foot tripod and original copper rivets, 10 1/2”d, 7 1/2”h; larger kettle, 13 3/8”d, 9 3/4”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 325.00

    736.  4 pcs. assorted copper kitchenware ca. 1850-1900; unsigned copper dipper with wrought iron handle, 6”d, 2 3/4”h dipper; copper funnel with copper ring handle, 5”d, 6 1/2”h; large copper ale warming cup with copper riveted handle, 5”d, 4 1/8”h; European style copper skillet with brass ring hanger, 9”d, 1 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    737.  2 copper pots ca. 1890-1930; English style copper gooseneck tea kettle in dovetail construction with cast brass fixed handle and acorn top, 8 1/4”d, 10 1/2”h; primitive form copper lighthouse-shaped coffee pot with braced handle, 7 3/4”- 4 3/4”d, 9”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    738.  13 assorted kitchen utensils ca. 1900s; five various round spoons or ladles with three having bird beak hanging hooks; four graduated half round scoops; two carved tapered scoops; two butter working paddles; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    739.  6 pcs. wooden kitchenware ca. 1800-1900; large hand carved wooden grain scoop; unusual carved spoon with flat bottom; butter scoop with right angle scoop; butter smoothing paddle with carved palm grip; traditional paddle/scoop; small wood bean scoop with bird head hooked handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    740.  3 wicker surround demi-john bottles ca. 1840-1900; olive green whiskey bottle with handle and letter stencil “C.R.”, 5”d, 13 1/2”h; aquamarine bottle with handle, 5 3/4”d, 14 1/2”h; one gallon size clear bottle with handle, 6 1/4”d, 16 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    741.  4 wicker surround demi-john bottles ca. 1870-1920; soda bottle size aquamarine bottle with wooden bottom, 2 3/4”d, 7 1/8”h; dark amber bottle, 4”d, 10 1/4”h; amber bottle with gazing window and pewter cap, 3 1/2”d, 11 1/2”h; amber bottle with large handle, 3 5/8”d, 11 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00

    742.  Oil on canvas portrait  ca. 1860; young boy in a molded oval frame with genealogical information on reverse, 17 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    743.  David R. Brumbach mixed media on board  ca. 1976; dated corner row house in Lancaster in a gold colored frame and provenance on reverse (formerly the property of Judge Wilson Bucher) accompanied by newer information regarding the artist sale after death, etc., 15 1/2”x 17 1/4”; Additional Photo Estimate $2,000.00-$3,000.00 Sold For 950.00

    744.  Child's portrait ca. 1860; pastel portrait of a young girl in a blue dress with lace and tassels in a period English bird's eye maple frame, 15 3/4”x 12 1/4” sight; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 100.00

    745.  Portrait of Paul Sandey oil on canvas ca. 1800; gentleman in a jacket, waist coat and wig framed in a later oval frame with an odd label on the back stating “Portrait of Paul Sandey the?. Artist?”, 17 3/4” sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 230.00

    746.  Watercolor portrait ca. 1830; gentleman with curly hair, blue jacket and knotted tie in a triple matted gold frame; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00

    747.  Pastel on board ca. 1880; child with doll sitting on a plank seat arm chair in a gold leafed frame, 9 1/2”x 7 1/2” sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    748.  Oil on canvas ca. 1880; oval portrait of a young girl holding a basket of flowers in an oval gold leafed frame, 23”x 18 3/4” sight; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 180.00

    749.  David R. Brumbach watercolor on paper ca. 9/89 date; Musser Park in downtown Lancaster as the sun sets on the paved walkway leading to the row home housing area with signature and date in the lower right, 21 1/4”x 27 1/2”; Additional Photo Estimate $10,000.00-$15,000.00 Sold For 4,200.00

    750.  David R. Brumbach watercolor/gouache on paper  ca. 1990; abstract modernistic polychromed painting in a double matted reeded dark frame signed and dated on front with “Happy Birthday Carl #43”, 19”x 21 1/2” sight; Estimate $2,000.00-$3,000.00 Sold For 1,500.00

    751.  Oil on board landscape ca. 1900; folk art rendering of an old farmstead bounded by fencing with “H. Mills” signature in lower right, 23 1/2”x 15 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00

    752.  “The Death of a Missionary” pen/pencil/crayon on board ca. 1880; depicting the killing of Marcus Whitman, a physician and missionary to the Cayuse in Oregon country framed in a gold embossed frame, 21 1/2”x 17” sight; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 80.00

    753.  Elennor Homme jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1840-1860; woven for Elennor Homme in red, blue and green wool and white cotton having self fringes, rolled top hem and center seam, 84”x 96”; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 160.00

    754.  New Britain Twp., Bucks Co. jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1844; made in Bucks Co., PA in 1844 for J.S. McNair with wool and cotton applied fringes, center seam, rolled top edge and applied cotton strip for hanging on a rod, 80”x 92”; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 250.00

    755.  Alphabet sampler ca. 1800-1830; brown, blue and gray cross-stitching on a brown linen ground signed “SP”, 7 1/2”x 12 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    756.  Ann Toms framed sampler ca. 1818; silk on linen ground with alphabet, multiple floral and geometric designs and birds surrounded by a floral border signed and dated “Ann Toms, November 1818”, 11 1/2”x 13” sampler; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 300.00

    757.  Alphabet sampler signed “WW” ca. 1800-1830; alphabets in tan, blue and brown cross-stitching on a plain linen ground with the top edge And side and bottom edges turned to back and hemmed, 10 1/2”x 11” sampler; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    758.  Ann Bachman sampler ca. 1817; alphabets and numerals in cross and chain stitching with black, brown, blue and tan silk thread on a linen ground signed “Ann Bachman worked this sampler in the 14th year of her age in the year 1817” and “From all that dwell below the”, 10 1/2”x 16” sampler; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00

    759.  25 block pieced star & block pattern quilt ca. 1860-1890; star blocks on point surrounded by a zig-zag and leaf border white cotton back, floral and leaf pattern quilting in white blocks with cross hatching in pattern blocks and paralleled lines of quilting following the zig-zag border, 74”x 78”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 280.00

    760.  Central block design quilt ca. 1860-1890; red, green, yellow and blue printed cotton fabrics with central diamond pattern surrounded by seven printed cotton borders with the backTo floral backing of black and white printed cottons, 74”x 78”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 70.00

    761.  Lonestar pattern quilt ca. 1860-1890; printed green, yellow, red and white cottons on a yellow printed cotton ground with a white cotton back turned to front having the quilting on Square blocks with quilting on star following the pattern, 76”x 76”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 450.00

    762.  Baskets on point pieced quilt ca. 1860-1890; 25 block baskets on point pieced quilt surrounded by three borders in red, green and yellow printed cottons having the quilting following the design and paralleled and cross hatch patterns with a floral printed on cotton back turned to front, 84”x 84”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 575.00

    763.  42 block star on point pieced quilt ca. 1860-1890; eight pointed star blocks on point of red and green printed cottons on a yellow print ground surrounded by a red border and bound with green printed cotton edging having the back in green printed cotton on white, 72”x 84”; Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 150.00

    764.  Irish chain pattern quilt ca. 1860-1890; pieced green, red and blue printed cottons bound with printed green cotton and backed with brown printed striped cotton, 78”x 78”; Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 140.00

    765.  9 patch on point pattern quilt ca. 1860-1890; pink and yellow printed nine patch pattern on point with blue printed ground, pink printed cotton banding, blue and pink printed striped cotton back, 88”x 78”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 110.00

    766.  Peter Leisey jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1845; church and palm tree side borders with a grape vine bottom border, rolled top edge and ocean leaf and star-centered pattern, 94”x 80”; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 300.00

    767.  Peter Harting jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1833; eagle and tree borders with rose and floral central designs, self-fringed with blue wool tape bound top edge, blue and red wool and white cotton four and one weave Center seam by Peter Harting, 1833, 100”x 68”; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 290.00

    768.  2 drawer stand ca. 1820; in cherry with two side by side drawers on turned Sheraton legs, 23 1/2”x 19 3/4”x 28 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00

    769.  Schoolmaster's desk ca. 1830; in cherry with a slant lift lid opening to a three drawer and pigeon hole interior over one drawer with wood pull knobs resting on turned Sheraton legs, 31”x 23 3/4”x 33 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 140.00

    770.  Dry sink  ca. 1860; in pine with a red wash having a 4” deep sink with 7 1/2” splash back over two doors and one side drawer each with porcelain pulls with the doors having original butt hinges and solid sides with curved skirting on straight feet, 43 3/4”x 18 1/4”x 36 3/4”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 800.00

    771.  4 plank seat chairs ca. 1860; each stamped “Hartranft” on bottom of seat in salmon shaded paint with floral décor and lyre backs, 15 1/2”x 14 3/4”x 33 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 120.00

    772.  Card table ca. 1810; mahogany table with demi-lune lift top and swing leg resting on turned and fluted legs, 36”x 17 1/4”x 29 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 60.00

    773.  Office desk ca. 1830; in cherry with a leather covered top, two drawer sides with single center drawer all with brass pulls resting on eight cylindrical legs with casters having attributed ownership to Thaddeus Stevens, 67”x 32 3/4”x 29”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 160.00

    774.  Corner cupboard ca. 1820; two piece cupboard with a molded top over a sixteen light top with three interior shelves over a base with single drawer over two doors on short turned feet having the cupboard retaining its original butt hinges and drawer and door pulls, 34 1/2”d, 86 1/2”h; Estimate $800.00-$1,200.00 Sold For 575.00

    775.  Gardner Parker tall case clock ca. 1790; cherry case with fretwork top and three brass finials, tombstone side lights covering the eight-day time and strike weight driven movement with painted metal dial over the tombstone trunk door over a plain base with ogee feet, 21 1/4”x 11”x 90”; Additional Photo Estimate $1,500.00-$2,500.00 Sold For 1,200.00

    776.  Kitchen work table ca. 1780; walnut table with a pegged top over one long and two short drawers over cylindrical turned legs having a stretcher base on squat round feet, 52 3/4”x 29”x 29 3/4”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 350.00

    777.  Bucket bench ca. 1900; pine bench with well top, 4 1/2” deep at rear and 3” deep at front with shelf below having a curved front and cut out sides, 33 1/2”x 16 1/2”x 31 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    778.  Tilt top candlestand ca. 1780; bird cage tilt top with a three board top and rimmed edge having a turned cylindrical pedestal on cabriole legs with slipper feet, 19 1/2”d, 38 3/4”h with 19 1/2”x 19 5/8”x 19 1/4” top; Estimate $800.00-$1,200.00 Sold For 200.00

    779.  Blanket chest ca. 1825; child's size chest in poplar with molded top opening to interior with left side till resting on turned Sheraton feet and retaining the original red wash, 25 1/4”x 15”x 18 3/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 750.00

    780.  Kitchen work table ca. 1780; poplar table with remains of red wash having a pegged top over two drawers on tapering legs, 55”x 35”x 28 1/4”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 50.00

    781.  Windsor arm chair ca. 1800; slat back top over seven spindle back with bamboo style turnings on an “H” stretcher base all in an old worn black paint, 20”x 19”x 34 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 140.00

    782.  Apple butter kettle ca. 1870; iron handle with copper body dovetailed to copper base, 28”d, 17 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 400.00

    783.  Paint decorated blanket chest ca. 1780; poplar chest with molded top decorated with two panels of tulips surrounded by ochre graining having solid sides with sponge decoration and bale handles, 52”x 24”x 23”, [Provenance: Ex-Lester Breininger Collection]; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 80.00

    784.  Groton Carriage Works blue painted sleigh ca. 1890; full size sleigh for two people appearing complete with 50 year old restoration to upholstery and blue paint with gold pin striping and original Groton brass plaque remaining on rear of sleigh, 68”x 36”x 48”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 375.00

    785.  Chest of drawers ca. 1830; poplar chest with reddish wash, two over three drawers with glass pulls, turned half columns flanking the lower three drawers, recessed side panels all resting on tall turned Sheraton feet, 43 1/2”x 21 1/2”x 44”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 65.00

    786.  Sawbuck/trestle table ca. 1900; walnut rectangular top with battens below attached with pegs to the trestle consisting of two trestle supports with a cross piece, 60”x 34”x 29”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 400.00

    787.  Paint decorated blanket chest ca. 1790; Continental pine chest with three recessed panel front with floral decoration, solid sides decorated with a ribbon design, strap hinges, grab locks, escutcheon and key, all resting on bulbous feet including an additional set of strap hinges in till, 50”x 25”x 25 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 250.00

    788.  Custom made cargo wagon ca. 1900s; meticulously made by Richard Reinholds, Reinholds, PA using the original features including seat, spoked wheels, back cargo latch, etc. painted to duplicate an original, 50”x 21 1/2”x 25 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 425.00

    789.  Tilt top tea table ca. 1800; cherry top over a bulbous pedestal over three cabriole legs with slipper feet, 31 1/2”x 25 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 85.00

    790.  Pair of bench made Chippendale side chairs ca. 1900s; matching chairs with finely scalloped top with carved splat, original upholstered seat over cabriole legs and trifid feet labeled by “Berwyn Furniture Shop, New Castle, DE”, 22”x 21”x 38 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 160.00

    791.  Candle stand ca. 1830; round mahogany top over cut down bird cage on bulbous pedestal with curved inverse spider legs, 23 1/2”d, 28”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 70.00

    792.  Tea table ca. 1790; cherry table with round top over a bird cage on an urn form pedestal resting on snake feet, 32”d, 28 1/2”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    793.  3 English pewter plates & spoon ca. 1770-1810; with single reed borders: plate with hammered booge “John Townsend” touch, made in London, 8 3/8”d; plate with well hammered booge “Compton & Townsend” touch, made in London, 8”d; plate with hammered booge “Richard King” touch, made in London, 8 3/8”d; pewter spoon with wavy-end type decorated handle and rattail on back of bowl, 7 1/8”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00

    794.  American “Boardman” pewter plate ca. 1825; American single reed edged pewter plate with double spread eagle touch “Thomas D. Boardman” made in Hartford, Conn, 7 3/4”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00

    795.  2 American pewter basins ca. 1825; with flat bottoms and narrow rims, 7 7/8”d, 1 7/8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00

    796.  English pewter deep dish & basin ca. 1770-1810; deep dish with a well hammered booge, single reed rim and John Townsend, London touch, 13 1/8”d, 1 3/4”h; basin with narrow rim, well hammered booge and Townsend and Compton, London touch, 10 3/4”d, 2 3/4”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    797.  3 English pewter plates ca. 1750-1790; with single reed rims and hammered booges: pair with Henry Joseph touch, London, 8 3/8”d; plate with Samuel Barber's London touch, 8 1/2”d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    798.  6 Continental European silver teaspoons ca. 1873; set of six teaspoons marked “750/Jafnicke” (75% silver by Jafnicke) with monogrammed “LT” (?) and dated 1873 on handle; 3.1 oz troy, 6 1/8”l; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    799.  4 coin silver table spoons & 2 silver plated table spoons ca. 1790-1840; four American coin silver table spoons total of 7.5 oz troy: pair with “R&W Wilson/Standard” touch with monogram, 9”; single spoon with incomplete touch “Hall & ?”, 9”; single spoon with “I Wolf” touch, 9 1/2”; pair of silver plated table spoons marked “John Bowman”, 8 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 90.00

    800.  American Waltham pocket watch in 14K gold ca. 1888; with serial number 3723157 in a 14K gold hunter's case hinged at 9:00 having a highly engraved mill on lake scene and a large urn with floral arrangement, initials “LSA” and a 13 jewel works, 1 1/2”d; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 375.00

    801.  2 Ben Austrian prints  ca. 1910; Battle of the Chicks, 35”x 8” sight; miniature framed print of chicks in a bowl, 3 5/8”x 2 3/4” sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 190.00

    802.  Oil on canvas ca. 1900; Dutch scene signed indistinctly in the lower right “P. Guhm?” in a later fancy gold frame, 17 1/2”x 14 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    803.  Charles A. Knight oil on canvas ca. 1900s; an impression of Lake Sunapee, NH with Mt. Sunapee in the background having a signature in the lower right, 16”x 13” sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00

    804.  Victor Shearer oil on canvas   ca. 1948; sea scape in the original frame, 11”x 9 1/4” sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00

    805.  James M.K. Waldron watercolor ca. 1940; Amish men with a book laid on board in a poplar frame, 8 1/2”x 6” sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 50.00

    806.  Rosalie P. Bye mixed media ca. 1900s; cloth, paper, pencil and watercolor of a Quaker gentleman and lady in black frames, 8 3/4”x 6 3/4” sight; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 200.00

    807.  2 silhouettes ca. 1830; one English in a rosewood frame with a label on the back “Adam Scott (Father)”; a lady with indistinctive museum mark having a label on the back identifying her as Elizabeth Heggins Chamberlin; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00

    808.  Watercolor silhouette   ca. 1840; oval silhouette of a woman with a bonnet in the original ebony frame with acorn and leaf hanger, 5”x 4” overall with 2 1/2” silhouette; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00

    8092 mirrors ca. 1830+; one in original molded frame; one in a later frame with oval cut out; 6”x 3 1/2” largest; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    810.  2 silhouettes ca. 1830; one woman in a gold leafed frame signed on reverse “Cambridgeport June 1826” with sticker attribution to Moses Chapman; gentleman in a dark stained frame with Peales Museum stamp and signed at top front “O. Paxson”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    811.  2 framed mirrors ca. 1850; both with period mirrors in softwood frames; 9 1/4”x 6 1/4” overall; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00

    812.  3 silhouettes ca. 1826+; two silhouettes of women with one having watercolor highlights and the other dated 1826 on lower front with genealogical information on reverse; later silhouette of a gentleman circa 1930; 5 3/4”x 4 3/4” largest; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 60.00

    813.  3 softwood footstools ca. 1850-1900; double mortise green painted footstool in cut nail construction with large center arch aprons, 13 3/4”x 8”x 7”; early double mortise splayed leg stool with pumpkin milk paint over-varnished later, 13”x 7”x 6 3/4”; early footstool in simple nail construction with nail on aprons; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00

    814.  Oak splint hearthside kindling basket ca. 1900-1930; two drawn round rod splint rails having splint in and nailed hoop handle, sides with high center and drop slant to ends and base of basket with three rail braces, 26 1/2”x 16”x 15”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    815.  2 oak splint gathering baskets ca. 1900-1930; appearing to be from same maker with double round splint lip and splint in spring catch bonnet handles: one round egg basket with square bottom and large open work, 11 3/4”d, 13 1/2”h; flower gathering tray basket with square bottom and three cross braces, 21”x 12 1/2”x 10”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    816.  2 household primitives ca. 1830-1900; PA walnut footstool with double mortise and tenon construction having recessed brace end aprons and splayed legs with spire arch design, 18 1/4”x 7 1/2”x 6 1/2”; meat curing rack having six hand wrought meat hooks in ornate scroll design yellow pine board, 28”x 8 3/4”x 3”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 325.00

    817.  Oak splint cheese curd drying basket ca. 1890-1920; having large open hexagon weave and a double round splint lip/rail, 21”d, 8”h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 130.00

    818.  “Man sawing wood” whirligig ca. 1950-1960; folk art decorated whirligig having a man sewing wood with a buck saw and “X” overlap propellers with stencil red and white star design, 15 1/2”x 15” whirligig, 21 1/2”x 7”x 3/4” base; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00

    819.  10 assorted wooden primitives & utensils ca. 1800-1900; yellow painted primitive boot jack; mortise and pin constructed knitty-knotty; later era shaker style wooden scoop with wood handle; hand carved bag or grain scoop with hooked handle; oak hoop and strap bag holder; wooden two part lemon squeezer; carved wooden wall peg; small carved rolling pin; carpenter's string winder; steam bent “what's it”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 75.00

    820.  Vintage 4' feather Christmas tree ca. 1940; tree made of eight tiers of graduated branches with modern ornaments, vintage tin candle holders and most tipped with small red berries on a painted pine stand with arch bracket cut-outs and “Made in USA” mark, 23”d, 48”h tree; 5”x 5”x 3” base; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 230.00

    821.  Enterprise #7 double wheel coffee mill ca. 1880; store model mill with patent date of Oct. 27, 1873 having original wooden drawer with porcelain knob , 15 1/2”d wheels and mounted to original walnut baseboard, 17”x 15 1/2”x 20 1/4”; Estimate $500.00-$700.00 Sold For 675.00

    822.  Punched tin candle lantern ca. 1740-1800; lighthouse shaped lantern with pierced and punchwork cylinder shaped side pierced and punched conical room heat reflector with a tin ring handle and single hinged door with piecework, 5 3/8”d, 17 1/2”h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 240.00

    823.  Unsigned cherry box coffee mill ca. 1850; dovetailed box with arch extended base, cast iron mill mounted by butterfly mounts, hopper/funnel in unmarked pewter, drawer with secondary pine wood, 9 1/8”x 6 1/2”x 9”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 200.00

    824Primitive running horse weathervane ca. 1880-1900; galvanized tin horse cut-out with wrought iron strap braces mounted on copper tubing with cap, 30”x 20 1/2”x 1 3/8”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 300.00

    825.  G. Tryon copper gooseneck tea kettle ca. 1800; tea kettle in dovetailed construction with gooseneck spout having a large loose handle, slight dome lid with brass knob and arched, legible strike of George Tryon, Philadelphia, 10”d, 13 3/4”h; Additional Photo Estimate $1,000.00-$2,000.00 Sold For 1,000.00

    826.  Early cobbler's “leg” stand ca. 1880; heavy turned pedestal stand paint black and mounted into a square base having two “WJ & HT Bernier” shoe lasts with socket base, 11 1/2”x 11 1/2”x 28 1/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00

    827.  4 household primitives ca. 1830-1930; wooden soap cake/block mold with rose design, chip carved border and fluted sloped side, 5 5/8”x 3”- 3 5/8”x 1 5/8”; brass saucer based chamberstick, 7”x 6”x 5 3/8”; two wooden pig cutting boards, 10”x 6”x 3/4” & 19”x 9 1/2”x 3/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00

    828.  Victorian tin squirrel cage ca. 1850-1900; large barn shaped tin house with sloped roof having a spire and peak cupola, slide out tray, small hinged door, two sides with ventilation holes and impressed circle decoration, bracket of wheel is spired top and opens into run wheel of tubular tin, 30”x 12”x 20 1/2”; Estimate $300.00-$600.00 Sold For 230.00

    829.  “Oregon Trail” diorama by Roy B. Brown ca. 1930s; folk art diorama attributed to Ivyside Park, Altoona, PA featuring a Conestoga wagon pulled by a pair of oxen with a hand carved double yoke, drover with beard and carved side arm in holster depicting the westward journey on the Oregon Trail; carved figures are covered in artist plaster and paint decorated, wagon has fabric cover over hoops, sides of wagon have barrel and wooden tub, water bucket hangs below barrel, diorama has plaque with history of pioneers heading west, 34”x 13”x 15”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 325.00

    830.  Large oak splint “buttocks” form basket ca. 1860-1880; primitive form basket having the name of the crafter carved in broad oak handle “E.F. Ingraham B. Co.”, 18”x 16”x 15”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 80.00

    831.  3 wrought iron kitchen accessories     "ca. 1750-1850; 18th century sugar nippers in a spring back open design with tool decoration near the hinge pin, 8 1/2”; three-tine trammel bottom roasting rack with two pin catch design, 9”x 11 1/2”x 1 5/8”; English dish bird roaster with wooden handle and tuning fork slip in rack design, 3”x 4” claw on 1 1/2”x 3/4”x 12” handle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00" Sold For 160.00

    832.  5 mortars with 4 pestles ca. 1730-1850; early turned walnut cylinder mortar with metal band brace, 5 1/2”d, 8 1/4”h; red stained barrel shaped mortar on a pedestal base with lipped collar and pestle, 5 3/4”d, 6 1/2”h with 9” pestle; simple walnut pedestal based mortar with turned hickory pestle, 5”d, 7 3/8”h with 10” pestle;  primitive turned hickory mortar with large softwood pestle, 6 1/2”d, 8 1/4”h with 12” pestle; early turned softwood mortar with drumstick ball head pestle, 4 1/2”d, 6”h with 7 3/8” pestle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00

    833.  Assorted wrought iron hardware & tools ca. 1700-1900s; loop handled barrel scraper/hog; large drag hook; primitive grappling hook; three multi-hanger trammel hooks; ring bottom grappling hook; T-handle bale hook; two twist shaft kettle hooks; assorted vintage and reproduction trammel/rack kettle hooks, 5 1/2”- 19 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00

    834.  4 mortars & pestles ca. 1750-1850; shave and carved burl walnut cylinder mortar with cherry stomper, 5 1/2”d, 6 1/4”h with 9 1/2” pestle; large cylinder shaped walnut mortar with decorative band and turned walnut pestle, 6”d, 7”h with 9 3/8” pestle; early turned walnut pedestal base mortar with dark finish and original walnut pestle, 5 1/2”d, 7 1/4”h with 9 1/2” pestle; turned walnut chalice shaped mortar with double ball pestle, 4 5/8”d, 7”h with 7 1/2” pestle; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 150.00

    835.  2 copper & 1 tin kitchen utensils ca. 1700-1900; early copper mug in dovetailed construction with bird cusp tip handle and tin wash on exterior and interior, 4 1/2”- 3 1/2”d, 5 1/2”h; copper rectangular fish roasting pan with wrought iron handle, 20 1/2”x 9 1/4”x 1 1/2” with 7 1/2” handle; tin rectangular footed roasting pan with corner pouring spots and loop handles, 28”x 14”x 4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 30.00

    836.  2 tin coffee pots & decorated mortar & pestle ca. 1750-1850; early copper bottom lighthouse shaped tin coffee pot with slight dome lid and braced handle, 5”- 7 1/4”d, 10 1/2”h; large squat tin coffee pot with side and tip handles and double ring pull lid, 6”-9”d, 8 1/2”h; early turned pedestal base mortar with Victorian die cut decoration, 6 1/4”d, 7”h with 7” pestle; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 90.00

    837.  3 wrought iron tools ca. 1790-1830; primitive cooper's bench/hewing axe, 8” edge, 18” overall; heart design three foot trivet with ball tipped handle, 4 1/2”x 9 1/2”x 1 1/2”; early hanging balance scales with double claw hooks, 22”x 11”x 1 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 75.00

    838.  3 hearth cooking tools  ca. 1800s and later; large sheet metal fry pan with wrought iron riveted handle, 12”d, 1 1/2”h with 38” handle; early flip single slice toaster with twisted shank and wooden handle, 5 1/2”x 36”x 1 1/2”; reproduced wrought iron coal/ember mover with twist handle, 3”x 2”x 2 1/2” head on 30 1/2” handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 30.00

    839.  2 long handled cooking utensils ca. 1790-1840; 18th century wrought iron oven peel with double ram's horn top handle, 7 1/2”x 50 1/4”; large round revolving gridiron with socket mounted wood handle, 16”d gridiron with 11”x 46”x 3” base; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 80.00

    840.  2 wrought iron footed fire racks ca. 1800-1890; early footed fire rack with partial pad feet and rail in mortise and pin construction with hooked ends, 50”x 17”x 24 1/2”; arch based footed rack with salvage carriage axel rail and a pad raised hook, 34”x 11 1/2”x 17”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 170.00

    841.  2 wrought iron hearth cooking tools ca. 1800-1850; two-footed down hearth “salamander” top browning iron with drake shaped feet and a ball cap handle, 6 1/4”x 34 1/2”x 5 1/2”; large roasting spit with three foot handle side bar and crank handle and faux ham with spit, 43 1/4”x 6”x 7”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 100.00

    842.  1 piece cupboard ca. mid 1800s; open top cupboard with two shelves over two doors with a light bluish wash, 31”x 12 3/4”x 72 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 325.00

    843.  Chimney cupboard ca. 1850; one door, five shelf cupboard in ochre hand graining with original hinges and door latch, 22”x 9 1/2”x 72 1/4”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 525.00

    844.  Dry sink  ca. 1860; pine and poplar sink with pediment shaped back splash over two doors with butt hinges opening to a single shelf on straight bracket feet, 36 1/2”x 16”x 34”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 350.00

    845.  Child's rocking horse ca. 1890; with mottled paint, harness, saddle, stirrups and rear horseshoes swaying back and forth on the red painted base, 36”x 12 1/4”x 31”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 525.00

    846.  Dry sink  ca. 1860; pine sink with two drawer back over two doors with scalloped side ends, 44”x 21”x 49”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 150.00

    847.  Tavern table ca. 1780+; table with a two board poplar top over a single drawer resting on a red washed stretcher base, 36”x 31 1/2”x 29”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 100.00

    848.  New England mule chest ca. 1830; molded lift lid chest over two drawers with scalloped sides and curved cut out front all painted red, 39”x 18 1/2”x 40”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    849.  Schoolmaster's desk ca. 1830; pine slant lid desk in pegged and mortise construction with three compartment interior having tapered legs and an old red wash, 37”x 21”x 34”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 130.00

    850.  Flax break with seat ca. 1860; four legged flax break with saddle horn lift with attached hand hewn seat and peg legs with cross stretcher on lift side, 36”x 32”x 32”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 220.00

    851.  Biedermier butler's desk ca. 1820; cherry veneered case with one drawer over a drop front revealing a pigeon holed and drawered interior over three drawers on a shaped base, 46”x 22”x 61”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 30.00

    852.  Pie safe  ca. 1880; oak safe with molded top over two doors with four punched panels and triple recessed sides all resting on tall straight legs, 35”x 15 1/2”x 59”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 110.00

    853.  Stretcher base kitchen table ca. 1800; pine top with bread board ends over a single pine drawer with two wooden pulls over block and turned maple legs with stretchers, 53”x 28”x 28”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 140.00

    854.  Hitchcock style plank seat arm chair  ca. 1830; with rolled center and turned back over an eagle decorated stenciled splat, four turned spindles, round seat on turned legs with four stretchers, 17 1/2”x 15”x 34 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 150.00

    855.  Blanket chest ca. 1833; grain and bird's eye maple paint decorated chest signed “Joseph Good A.D. 1833” on inside top with left side till and secret drawer below over two drawers on turned feet, 49”x 22 1/2”x 28”; Estimate $400.00-$600.00 Sold For 140.00

    856.  Pie safe ca. 1860; poplar safe with rectangular top over long drawer with two wood pulls over two doors with six total punched panels and solid ends on short straight feet, 41”x 18”x 51”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 475.00

    857.  Slant front desk ca. 1800; dovetailed top opening to a pigeon hole and drawered interior over four drawers all on French feet, 38”x 20”x 44”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 110.00

    858.  Demilune tambour stand ca. 1900; inlaid mahogany stand with half round top over two tambour doors on three fluted and inlaid legs, 30”x 29”x 16”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 25.00

    859.  English chest of drawers ca. 1800; mahogany chest with four drawers on a bracket base having fine inlay on drawers, 41 3/4”x 19 3/4”x 40 1/2”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 95.00

    860.  Child's desk ca. 1800; half lift lid flat top opening to two drawers over pigeon holes with one wider drawer below all on tapered Hepplewhite legs in pegged construction with a red wash, 25 3/4”x 18 1/4”x 30”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 250.00

    861Birdcage Windsor chair ca. 1800; seven spindle side chair with bird cage top, bamboo turned spindles and legs and signed under seat “G. GAW”, 16 1/2”x 15 1/4”x 33 1/4”; Estimate $50.00-$200.00 Sold For 120.00

    862.  Blanket chest ca. 1840; grain painted poplar chest having a molded top, left side lidded till resting on bulbous feet, 37 3/4”x 19 1/4”x 21 3/4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 75.00

    863.  2 drawer stand ca. 1840-1860; softwood stand on turned legs in an old red paint, 24”x 24”x 29”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 70.00

    864.  Store desk ca. 1830; tall mixed wood desk with slant lid, pen/pencil ledge opening to an interior with pigeon hole compartments over a single large door with a molded base probably Continental, 48”x 22 1/2”x 49 1/4”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 120.00

    865.  Child's carriage ca. 1880; three wheeled carriage with reclining canvas-like top with back and side view ports, leather interior, wooden, pin striped and decorated support with pull handle, 53”x 23 1/2”x 41 3/4”; Estimate $300.00-$500.00 Sold For 170.00

    866.  Green painted bin ca. 1850; softwood and green painted storage bin with single board shelf at top and scalloped skirt at base, 38”x 16”x 38 1/2”; Estimate $100.00-$300.00 Sold For 325.00

    867.  Pie safe ca. 1860; poplar safe with nine tins and two doors over a long drawer over a triple hinged three door base, 39 3/4”x 16 1/2”x 68 1/2”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 Sold For 500.00