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“The Voices Of Experience”

Winter Antique Catalogued Auction

February 10 & 11, 2017

 

    1. Breininger Pottery LTD sgraffito charger ca. 1984; 13/100 copy of H. Roudenbush sgraffito charger (Henry Roudenbush, Montgomery Co., PA) with distlefink bird and tulip flower design, 14 1/4"x 2 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 100.00

    2.   Barbara Strawser abstract watercolor ca. 2003; curly haired woman with straw hat holding three cats and surrounded by five cats entitled "Barbara & Her Cats" and framed in an artist enhanced frame, 24"x 28"x 3"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 350.00

    3.   Breininger Pottery covered redware jar ca. 1991; bulbous covered redware jar with two rope twist handles, domed lid, dark floral and bird motif decoration and signed "C. Pearson", 7 1/2"d, 11"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 60.00

    4.   Barbara Strawser Amish painting ca. 1996; folkart scene of Amish children ice skating on a moonlit night with wool enhancement for look of snow cover, 14 3/4"x 21" framed; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

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    5.   Breininger Pottery vase ca. 2003; bulbous hand thrown vase with two rope twist handles, dark glazing and signed "Curt Pearson", 7"d, 9 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 35.00

    6.   Barbara Strawser folk art painting ca. 1990-2000; spring meadow scene with five sheep in pasture, blooming orchard in background, lilies in foreground and a woman looking at the scene, all framed in an antique deep well frame, 19 1/2"x 16 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 50.00

    7.   Salinda Kennedy redware charger ca. 2000-2014; bird and tulip design platter marked "AH 1808" with multi-color glazing and signed by Salinda Kennedy (Muncy, PA) in felt tip pen, 16"x 2 3/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 50.00

    8.   Pair of Delores Hackenberger Amish children paintings ca. 1980-2000; oil on canvas with hardboard backer and framed in salvaged barn wood: girl wearing a blue dress with white apron and bonnet and holding a flower; boy wearing a blue shirt with oversized black britches and carrying a fishing pole; 9 1/4"x 14 1/4"x 3/4" each framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    9.   Left Handed Russell Henry cream & sugar ca. 1986; redware based cream and sugar set with grey and blue glazing and incised thistle design in heart, 3 1/2"d, 4 1/8" creamer; 3 3/4"d, 5 1/2"h sugar; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    10. Left Handed Russell Henry plate ca. 1985; redware based "Behold the Lamb of God" plate with white glaze and central motif of lamb with banner of God, sun and verse John 1:29, 9 3/4"d, 1"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 130.00

    11. 3 pieces of Left Handed Russell Henry pottery ca. 1985, 1987 & 1991; soup bowl with two-headed dove and heart design holding a banner of peace and exterior sponge spatter decoration, 7"d, 3 3/8"h; earthenware based deep dish bowl with white day lily on blue sponge decoration, 6"d, 2 3/4"h; coffee mug incised "The Joys of Fishing", 3 1/4"d, 3 5/8"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 50.00

    12. Left Handed Russell Henry slipware bowl ca. 1977; deep pie dish thrown from red clay having a central compass pinwheel, heart and tulip design with inscription on back "Bert Lance resigns as D.M.B. director.  Stiff necked from sitting in all those overdrafts", 11 3/8"x 1 3/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 200.00

    13. 2 pieces of Left Handed Russell Henry pottery ca. 1969 & 1979; primitive redware sugar bowl with lid decorated with unusual leaf imprint, 4 1/2"d, 5"h; yelloware coffee mug with recessed floral petal design and slip accent band on rim and base, 3 3/4"d, 4 1/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 270.00

    14. 2 Left Handed Russell Henry bowls ca. 1978 & 1983; shallow heart design yelloware plate with house in meadow and a blue spatter rim, 5 3/4"d, 5/8"h; deep bowl with heart and tulip design and spatter rim, 6 1/4"d, 1 1/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    15. Left Handed Russell Henry "Marriage Union" plate ca. 1999; cream earthenware plate with crowned doves perched on a tulip coming from a heart design under the cross of Christ with inscription "What God has joined together, let no man undo - I wish you a beautiful day", 10 1/4"d, 1 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 25.00

    16. Drawing of a soldier ca. mid 1800s; single book leaf with a glued down cut out pencil drawing of an office with raised sword; 9 1/2"x 7 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    17. 2 British deeds ca. early 1800s; two manuscript deeds on vellum; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 65.00

    18. Printed form Geburts and Tauf-Schein ca. 1836; heart form motto over a floral bordered certificate recording the 1836 birth of Johannes Mueller in Northampton Co., PA; 13 1/2"x 11 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 210.00

    19. Buchanan presidential land grant ca. 1857; printed and manuscript document with American Flag in upper left corner and the secretarial signature of James Buchanan in the lower right, in a modern frame, 19"x 13"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 190.00

    20. German leather-bound imprint ca. 1740-1790; with genealogy of Kline-Schlaseman family in rear, Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 75.00

    21. Schaefferstown, PA Columbus Day broadside ca. 1892; advertising a "Flag Raising and Magnificent Street Parade" with text of four patriotic songs, a cut of a soldier with an American flag printed by M.R. Landis, Richland, PA in a grained frame, 7 1/4"x 18 1/4" framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 200.00

    22. Framed Lancaster drawing ca. 1899; framed pen and ink drawing of a corner brick building with sidewalks and water pump in foreground with the reverse marked "Framed by ES Keiser/at WA Brinkinders/13-15 E. Orange St/Lancaster PA/ Dec-18-1899" in a Victorian period frame, 30"x 24"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 50.00

    23. Uhls Brewery drawing ca. 1914; framed pen and ink drawing depicting "Uhls Brewery" (Bethlehem, PA) with men, horses, barrel and wagon in foreground, signed "Pen and Ink Drawing by Ernst Hartenfield, Aug 1914" in the lower right corner in an oak frame, 18 1/2"x 15 1/2"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 120.00

    24. John Falck framed broadside ca. mid 1800s; framed broadside advertising "John Falck/Merchant Tailor" at "44 West King Street/Lancaster, PA" and a vignette of a gentleman being fitted for a suit, printed by "John M. Miller, Pottsville, PA", 14 1/2"x 18 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 200.00

    25. Framed Tauf-Schein ca. 1836; printed and hand-colored tauf-schein recording the 1836 birth of William Suter in Bern Twp., Berks Co., PA, 16"x 19"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    26. 3 Left Handed Russell Henry candlesticks ca. 1968-1975; stoneware with gray glaze tray bottom candlestick with "Jack be Nimble" story on bottom, 4 3/4"d, 4"h; yellow/stoneware with gray glaze tray bottom candlestick with "Jack be Nimble" story, 5 1/2"d, 3 1/4"h; redware with tan slip glaze and tray bottom, 5 3/4"d, 5"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 85.00

    27. Left Handed Russell Henry pie plate ca. 1978; redware deep pie plate with blue edge having a white wash center with colorful glazed rooster design and a PA German script border, 9 1/4"d, 1 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 200.00

    28. 2 Left Handed Russell Henry pieces ca. 1973 & 1974; earthenware deep dish pie plate with slip floral decoration in yellow and brown slip, 8 1/2"d, 1 3/4"h; earthenware small pitcher with blue rim and blue heart with green and white sprig design banding, 4 3/4"d, 4 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    29. 3 Left Handed Russell Henry pieces ca. 1973 & 1974; yellow with clear glaze ink bottle, 2 5/8"d, 3 3/8"h; redware primitive small bulbous pot with clear glaze, 2 7/8"d, 2 1/2"h; "Nixon Resign" inscribed bowl with a redware, blue rim and butterfly design decoration and dated "8/8/74", 6 1/2"d, 1 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    30. David Ellinger basket of fruit theorem painting ca. 1980; colorful theorem painting by Ellinger with banded two color basket having plums, grapes, peaches, strawberries, apples and pears with a butterfly hovering near basket with the back of the painting having a note from 1981 to the owner and pen drawing of rooster on tulip branch painting in a grain painted frame, 22 1/4"x 17 1/2" frame; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 325.00

    31. David Ellinger folk art bird watercolor ca. 1980-1990s; watercolor fraktur painting of a German turtle dove standing on a heart with an arch base and flowers and framed in a sponge spatter decorated pine frame, 5 3/4"x 6"x 5/8"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 270.00

    32. Rank bowl of fruit theorem painting ca. 1980s; painting of watermelon, strawberry, peach, apple, pear and grapes signed "Rank", 18 1/2"x 16 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 100.00

    33. Rank bird theorem painting ca. 1980; colorful bird standing on water bowl signed Bill Rank with a sponge decorated frame, 13 1/2"x 11 3/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 150.00

    34. Rank bowl of fruit theorem painting ca. 1980-1990s; painting of watermelons, apple, strawberries and grapes in a sponge decorated frame, 17 3/4"x 16"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 180.00

    35. 2 Left Handed Russell Henry plates ca. 1985 & 1994; yelloware plate with pair of crowned lions, turtle doves, distlefink birds and a sun in the center of the plate, 11"d, 3/4"h; white earthenware ABC plate with dapple gray rocking horse design, 9"d, 5/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 75.00

    36. Lester Breininger sgraffito charger ca. 1984; charger with sgraffito decoration of a farmhouse with apple tree, wooden pump, trough, wash on line, rabbit, cat, dog, chickens and butterflies dated Aug. 1, 1984, 15 1/2"d, 2 3/4"h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 160.00

    37. Left Handed Russell Henry turtle dove bowl ca. 1970; multi-color dove on nest with brown spatter edge, yelloware base inscribed "Painted on Neversink Mt. Slip, Reading, PA", 6 3/4"d; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 260.00

    38. Miniature slip decorated redware tea set ca. 1970; redware ceramic molded set with slip and green sponge decorated glazing including a teapot, cream, sugar with lid and seven complete cup and saucer sets; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 170.00

    39. 2 Marie DeVerter hen on the nest theorems ca. 1978; pair of gray hens sitting on a nesting basket both framed in blue painted pine frames, 14 3/4"x 11 5/8" each framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    40. 2 pieces of Foltz sunflower design redware ca. 1993; oval vegetable bowl with pie crimp edge, 10 1/4"x 8 1/4"x 2"; small handled crock shaped mug, 4"d, 4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 50.00

    41. Steiff mohair elephant pull toy ca. 1900-1940; cream color straw-stuffed elephant standing on two individual axle wooden wheels, 13 1/2"x 7"x 11"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 190.00

    42. Steiff bear on metal wheels ca. 1910; tan mohair hump back bear with straw stuffing, black button eyes and small leather collar all mounted on a four metal wheel carriage base, 11 1/4"x 4 1/2"x 8"; Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 290.00

    43. Steiff cow pull toy ca. 1910-1920; brown and white mohair straw-stuffed cow with shoe button eyes mounted to individual iron axles with iron wheels, 12 1/2"x 3"x 9"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 170.00

    44. Steiff bear on wheels ca. 1984-1989; museum edition LTD of 1905 bear with small black button eyes and mohair type fabric on metal wheels, 6"x 2 3/4"x 4 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 150.00

    45. Steiff sheep on wheels ca. 1920s; "woolsey" straw-stuffed sheep with glass eyes, long tail and mounted on individual metal axles with wooden wheels, 15 1/2"x 4"x 14 1/2"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 210.00

    46. Horse & sleigh toy set ca. 1880-1910; early painted composition and wood dapple gray horse with hand-shaped trotting legs, and hairy tail on wooden platform with small steel wheels, 10 3/4"x 3 1/2"x 11 3/4"; two runner cutter sleigh proportional to horse with sleigh box painted red with black paint, 15"x 7 1/2"x 9 1/2"; Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 280.00

    47. Steiff mohair jointed bear ca. 1910-1920; straw-stuffed plush mohair jointed bear with glass eyes, black fabric stitched nose and mouth, original felt cover on paws and original button in ear, 12"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 250.00

    48. 2 mohair bears  ca. 1930s; clown bear with red, blue and yellow felt Kramer-type body stuffed with straw, mohair head, glass eyes and pin joint arms, 11"; German straw stuffed jointed bear with yellow/brown mohair, fabric covered paws and glass eyes, 18"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 110.00

    49. 2 German wood & composition pull-toy horses ca. 1900-1920; platform base pull toy horses in dapple gray composition covered wooden bodies on split wood legs having a shag fabric mane and tail both with printed paper labels and a plank base with tin button wheels, 7"x 2 5/8"x 8 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 150.00

    50. 2 German Victorian era toy animals ca. 1880-1910; wood and composition small rocking horse with dapple gray paint, horse hair tail, paper saddle and harness and blue-green rocker base, 9 1/2"x 3 1/2"x 8 1/2"; wool covered wooden and composition sheep with glass eyes and wobble head on a pull toy platform base with small iron wheels, 8"x 3"x 8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 280.00

    51. Pre-WWII German feather Christmas tree ca. 1920-1930s; feather tree with small red balls on tips mounted in paint decorated fir wood base, 14"d, 28"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 260.00

    52. 2 pre-WWII Christmas decoration sets ca. 1920-1930s; "The Evergreen Hedge" set made in Germany with excellent graphics having hedges topped with mache red balls, 8 1/2"x 8 1/4"x 3 1/4"; "The Shepherd" set made in Japan with five cloth covered wooden sheep, mache shepherd and small black dog, 9 1/4"x 6"x 1"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 140.00

    53. Bill Rank theorem painting ca. 1980s; still life depicting apple or cherry blossoms in a pottery vase all in a sponge decorated frame, 21 1/4"x 23 1/4" framed; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 100.00

    54. Garnett B. French "Basket of Strawberries" theorem ca. 1970s; painting of a large basket loaded with strawberries topped with some blueberries and cherries having a robin perched on a cherry stem stealing a blueberry with a butterfly resting on the leaf, 23 1/2"x 19 1/2" framed; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 220.00

    55. 2 sgraffito decorated plates ca. 1970; bleeding heart design plate with green accent glaze marked "TM", 7 3/4"d; simulated war bonnet design with tulips and center flowers marked "RM", 7 3/4"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    56. Set of cobalt decorated pottery ca. 1970; unsigned set of mixed redware and salt glazed stoneware pottery in gray and cobalt including: a water pitcher, five handled cups with cobalt glaze interior, 4 1/2"d, 3 1/4"h and six hand thrown plates, 8"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 30.00

    57. 2 grey goose carvings ca. 1980s; with large bumps on their heads, bodies painted gray with white and black feather accent paint, 4 1/4"d, 20 1/4"h & 4 1/2"d, 20"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 85.00

    58. 2 pieces Tom Loose reproduction wrought iron ca. 1980-2000s; spatula with tool decoration, brass capped heart design handle and cut-out heart on spatula, 2 1/2"x 14"; tool decorated two-prong flesh fork with small wrapped hook hanger, 1"x 10 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 190.00

    59. Garnett B. French theorem painting ca. 1970-1990s; painting of a large basket with heart design band containing fruit and a dove nestled on a watermelon all in a beaded and corner block frame with red and black paint, 28 1/2"x 24 1/2" framed; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 325.00

    60. A. Wiest basket of fruit theorem ca. 1980-2000; painting of a large handled basket with fruit and a butterfly all in a spatter decorated blue-gray and black corner block frame, 22 3/4"x 17 3/4" framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    61. "Outsider" painted wood moose sculpture ca. 1999; glued and screwed pine wood sculpture of moose sticking out its tongue, mounted on a base painted in black, brown, green, red, purple and white signed "Steven Lefort/99" on belly, 21 1/2"x 23"x 20"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    62. "Outsider" painted wood topless dancer sculpture ca. 1994; glued, nailed and pinned sculpture of a topless dancer painted in black, blue, brown, pink, red and white having a black fiber hair piece and signed on foot "Topless Dancer/ Ronald Cooper 94", 34 3/4"x 18 3/4"x 7 3/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 50.00

    63. "Outsider" painted chainsaw art carving ca. 1990-2000s; chainsaw art carved softwood log of a ghoulish head with peaked and stringy hair, painted in black, brown, green, red, yellow and white having an unreadable signature on lower left side, 10 1/4"d, 31 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    64. Florence Starr Taylor Amish print ca. 1962; abstract view of an Amish farmstead with red and black base colors having an Amish buggy driving up the lane, children at the fence and parents on front porch of farmhouse with barn and outbuildings, 17 3/4"x 20 3/4" framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 25.00

    65. Delores Hackenberger schoolhouse painting ca. 1980-1990s; oil on canvas of the Musser Amish Schoolhouse located outside Leola, PA with Amish children playing outside, 13"x 11"x 1 1/2" framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 95.00

    66. Roller organ ca. 1900; with a single cobb in an oak case with ebonized base and direction label under top, 18"x 15"x 12 1/2"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 250.00

    67. Cylinder music box ca. 1880; Swiss box with 11" cylinder, 62 teeth and playing multiple tunes in a rosewood grained with inlaid top, 20 1/4"x 6 1/4"x 8 1/2"; Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 500.00

    68. 2 figural clocks ca. 1890; German one day time only with balance wheel escapement in a spelter case with bronze finish and paper dial; French eight day time and bell strike movement in a plated spelter case with porcelain dial, 16"x 16"x 7" largest; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 180.00

    69. Thorens Co. music box ca. 1930; Swiss made miniature disc box in a mahogany box with eleven discs including: Silent Night, Whistle While You Work, etc., 11"x 4 1/4"x 6 1/4"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 190.00

    70. Lux cat clock & stamp art ca. 1920; polychromal cat with moving eyes and tail, 4 1/2"x 5"; postcard of a living room made from old stamps including a clock, cat, fireplace, chair, spinning wheel, etc. signed Lottie P. Davis, 8"x 6" overall; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    71. Cloth covered wooden cow ca. 1920; carved cow with make-do terry cloth towel covering for hide with utter and rump covered in a pink leather, 19 1/2"x 5 1/2"x 10 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 120.00

    72. Cloth covered wooden composition dog pull toy ca. 1920-1930; German standing terrier-type dog with brown spotted coat, brown glass eyes, pointed tail mounted on red wooden wheels, 8"x 3"x 6 7/8"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 85.00

    73. 2 Victorian era toys ca. 1890-1910; lithograph and wooden "Uncle Sam and Tammany Hall" marble rolling game with a figure of Uncle Sam with lithograph covered wood and on opposite end lithograph boss William Tweed, 22"x 5"x 15"; cloth doll with calico dress and red yarn ponytail sewn from canvas with needlepoint features, 18"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 200.00

    74. Lehman penny toy "billiard player" ca. 1920; billiard player attributed to Lehman Toys featuring a spring operated man that shoots BB's into indentations in metal having a red table base, green top and man in black suit, 4"x 1 1/2"x 2 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 75.00

    75. Linemar Toys "Hucklebery Go-Mobile" with display ca. 1961; Huckleberry Friend quick draw McGraw on four wheel racer with original display box, 7 1/2"x 4 1/4"x 3 3/4" box; 6"x 4"x 5" toy; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 200.00

    76. 11 piece Mickey Mouse china tea set ca. 1930s; "pie eye" Mickey and Minnie child's blue lustreware china tea set with red trade logo on base made prior to WWII in Japan all in the original box with teapot, cream and sugar, four cups and saucers, 10"x 8 5/8"x 2 3/4" box; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 95.00

    77. Cast iron parrot on stand doorstop ca. 1950-1960s; later casting of parrot on a stand, hand painted with green, red and yellow colors and mounted on a fluted chamfered platform base attributed to John Wright, 5 3/4"d parrot, 7"x 2" base; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    78. Colonial woman cast iron doorstop ca. 1920-1930s; Colonial woman in pink layered dress with blonde hair, large black floral decorated bonnet, white shawl and holding a bouquet of flowers, 11 1/2"x 9"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 85.00

    79. Reproduction cast iron bullfrog bank ca. 1980-1990s; reproduction iron bullfrog in green paint seated with spread front toes in a two-part casting with mouth coin slot, 7"x 7 3/4"x 4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 30.00

    80. Vintage Erzgebirge German chicken coop toy ca. 1920s; oversized chicken coop toy with rooster figure covered with colorful felt and feathers on spring legs swinging out when door is opened and having a simple wooden sloped shed roof, 7 5/8"x 6 1/2"x 9"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    81. Papier mache donkey nodder pull toy ca. 1890-1900; early German papier mache composition body donkey pull toy painted gray with yellow belly band with nodding head on carved wooden legs on a platform base having small cast iron wheels, 8"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 65.00

    82. Wooden ride-on locomotive ca. WWII era; red painted plywood toy with black accent and pressed metal wheels with rubber tires, 22 1/2"x 8"x 9 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    83. Lionel standard gauge passenger set & accessories ca. pre-WWII; set including 44-2A 392E steam locomotive with tender in gray color; #424 Liberty Bell and #425 Stephen Girard passenger cars; #426 observation coral isle with viewing deck in green paint, yellow windows and blue transoms; accessories including: a Lionel City waiting room station, water tower, warning crossing standard, semi-phone tower; seven sections of straight track, twelve sections of curved track and model #380 transformer;  Estimate $700.00-$900.00

    Sold For 775.00

    84. Kyser & Rex cast iron mechanical dog & cat organ bank ca. 6/13/1882 patent date; figural bank with a monkey in organ grinder costume with beggy dog and cat figures, 5 1/2"x 4"x 7 3/4"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 375.00

    85. J.E. Stevens black Americana mechanical bank ca. 1882; man in a red shirt with bow tie that tilts hand to mouth while eyes roll back, 5 1/2"x 6"x 6"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 150.00

    86. 2 cast iron figural banks ca. 1893-1950; Columbia World's Fair commemorative safe shaped bank called #10 "White City" puzzle safe, 2 3/4"x 2 3/4"x 4 1/8"; unsigned Hubley iron bear with honey pot bank in later era casting with black paint, 3 1/2"x 6 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    87. Blown Steuben jar with lid ca. 1940-1960; blown uncolored squat urn shaped glass "temple jar" marked on base "Steuben 232 DPP" with an uncolored blown stepped bell shaped lid topped by a conical finial enclosing a tear shaped air bubble, 6 1/2"d, 9 5/8"h with lid; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    88. Hawkes pinwheel cut glass covered jar ca. 1900-1940; signed Hawkes brilliant cut glass covered jar in the pinwheel motif with both jar and lid signed, lid has a faceted knob, 6 1/2"d, 9 1/8"h total; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 50.00

    89. Floral decorated white milk glass biscuit/cracker jar ca. 1860-1930; floral decorated (brown, blue, green and white) on a white milk glass biscuit/cracker jar having a squarish profile with nine bulbous protrusions on each face with an applied silver plated rim and handle, 9 1/4"h (to top of handle), 5 1/8"w (maximum width of face); Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    90. Blown 3 mold glass "Arch" decanter ca. 1835; scarce uncolored blown three mold glass "Arch and Fern" decanter (GIV-7, McKearin) in a pint semi-barrel shape with a scarred rayed base (type I) and an uncolored pressed wheel stopper, 4"d, 9 3/8"h (with stopper); Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 90.00

    91. Stiegel-type enameled flip glass ca. 1780-1830; colorless non-lead flip glass having a white corkscrew border with bird on heart flanked by floral designs all in blue, green, red, yellow and white bracketed by a pair of red and yellow rings and having a scarred base, 3 3/4"d, 4 5/8"h; [Provenance: Ex-Esther Ludwig Collection]; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 375.00

    92. Stiegel-type enameled tumbler ca. 1780-1830; colorless non-lead glass tumbler with a white corkscrew border above a red and yellow ring with a bird flanked by floral designs all in black, blue, green, red, yellow and white and having a scarred base, 2 7/8"d, 3 3/8"h; [Provenance: Ex-Esther Ludwig Collection]; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 325.00

    93. Stiegel-type enameled tumbler ca. 1780-1830; colorless non-lead glass tumbler with a white corkscrew border with bird on heart flanked by floral designs all in blue, green, red, yellow and white bracketed by a pair of red and yellow rings and having a scarred base, 2 1/2"d, 3 1/8"h; [Provenance: Ex-Esther Ludwig Collection]; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 325.00

    94. Stiegel-type enameled tumbler ca. 1780-1830; colorless non-lead glass tumbler with a white corkscrew border above a red and yellow ring over floral designs all in blue, green, red, yellow and white with a scarred base, 2 7/8"d, 3 5/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 150.00

    95. 6 sterling silver salts ca. 1940-1960; pair of lattice work ball-footed individual salts marked "Gorham" sterling with oval cobalt glass inserts; round pierced side individual salt marked "Webster Co" sterling with cobalt glass insert; lattice work ball footed master salt marked sterling with cobalt glass insert; round Georgian-style master salt with three hoof shod feet marked "Gorham" sterling; pair of squarish silver plated individual salts with cobalt glass insets each with four feet and marked "Made in England"; Total weight of silver - 3.5 oz troy; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 85.00

    96. 5 sterling silver salts ca. 1940-1960; pair of Georgian style round master salts with three hoof shod feet marked "Frank Whiting & Co" "George II" with cobalt glass inserts; round ropoussé salt with cobalt glass insert; pair of Georgian style individual salts with three trifid feet made by "M Fred Hirsch Co" with cobalt glass inserts; Total weighable silver 3.6 oz troy; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    97. Sterling silver items ca. 1940-1990; pair of weighted candelabras each with three candle holder arms that are screw-out removable, marked "Duchin Creation", 10 5/8"x 10 3/4"; pair of weighted salt and pepper shakers marked "Duchin", 1 3/4"d, 5 1/8"h; cut glass round relish tray in floral design with a total of six partitions set in a weighted pedestal marked "Hawkes/Sterling/ 95pwts", 11 5/8"d, 3 5/8"h; small bowl marked "Sterling/WEB/27", 4 1/8"d, 2 3/4"h; Total silver weight: 2.3 oz troy; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 100.00

    98. 5 sterling salt & pepper shakers ca. 1900-1960; mid-Georgian style, three footed shakers: pair by M. Fred Hirsch Co (Jersey City, NJ), 1 5/8"d, 4"h; individual shaker by Poole Silver Co (Taunton, Mass), 1 7/8"d, 4 1/4"h; pair by Frank M. Whiting Co (North Attleboro, Mass); Total silver weight: 7.8 oz troy; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 350.00

    99. 10 sterling silver items ca. 1856-1960; master salt marked "Gorham/Sterling/1110"; pair of master salts marked "Sterling/Black, Starr & Frost/Gorham/284" (New York, NY); repoussé master salt with 1856 London touch by Mary & Richard II Sibley with an egg and dart type rim; ropoussé master salt with 1857 London touch by Robert Harper with an egg and dart type rim; small pierced punch strainer with 1935 Birmingham, England touch by William Adams; four salt spoons by Gorham; Total silver weight: 12.1 oz troy; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 375.00

    100. Yellowish green glass chestnut bottle ca. 1860; American bottle in a tooled, broad flat vertical collar with even lower edge, scarred base and many seed bubbles, 9 1/8"x 3 3/4"x 6 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    101. Blown uncolored flip glass ca. 1780-1830; with a scarred base, 4 1/4"d, 5 5/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 65.00

    102. Blown & molded glass calabash flask ca. 1860; pale yellow-green blown and molded glass calabash quart sized flask with shield, clasped hands and "Union" design on obverse and spread eagle and banner over "ARS" (A.R. Samuels, Phila, PA) on reverse, tooled, plain broad sloping collar and scarred base, 9"x 4 1/8"x 5 3/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 95.00

    103. Vintage New Jersey blown molded glass sugar bowl and bottle ca. mid 1900s; cobalt glass covered sugar bowl, expanded twelve diamond mold bowl on an applied and scarred base, flanged cover with the same design and an applied conical finial, 4 1/8”d, 5" h; amethyst flattened sides bottle, patterned in an 18 rib mold and expanded, plain lip, flattened and scarred base, possibly by Clevenger, 4 3/4" x 2 3/4"x 3 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 210.00

    104. 4 pieces of vintage New Jersey blown glass ca. mid 1900s; amethyst flattened sides bottle, patterned in an 18 rib mold and expanded, plain lip, flattened and scarred base 4 3/4"x 2 1/2"x 3 1/2"; cobalt two handled bowl, 3”d, 2 3/8"h; cobalt creamer with applied handle, 2 1/2 d, 4 1/4" h; cobalt flared rim bowl with folded under rim and scarred base, possibly by Clevinger, 5”d, 2 3/8" h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 200.00

    105. Art glass vase and covered biscuit jar ca. early 1900s; blown glass round urn shaped vase, iridescent satin surface with copper wheel cut flowering swages and sterling silver mounted rim by Gorham, 4 3/4”d, 11 3/8" h; blown glass biscuit jar with nickel plated lid and handle, 5 1/2”d, 9 5/8" h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    106. Art glass vase ca. early 1900s; blown art glass squat vase with slight iridescent tone, three lobed crimped rim with applied iridescent amethyst edging and three sheaf like appliques on belly to foot, 4 3/8"x 5 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 25.00

    107. 6 silver items ca. 1900-1930; heavy pressed glass square inkwell with jeweled silver plated top and diagonal ribbed sides; oval pill box in 80% silver marked "Coppini & Co" with incised floral and geometric designs; rectangular pill box in 90% silver with top and bottom having incised floral designs; rounded rectangular compact/coin holder marked "Sterling" and "WB" within a diamond and monogrammed with incised floral designs and dated "1918"; sterling silver cased glass pocket flask marked "Black, Starr & Frost" with detachable cup formed base, monogrammed "EPS" on open work lattice; Total weighable silver: 4.2 oz troy; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 170.00

    108. 2 sterling silver items ca. 1900-1930; small six lobed bowl in art nouveau motif with Whiting Mfg. Co. trademark, 5 1/2"d, 1 1/4"h; openwork footed basket insert glass bowl with Watson Co trademark, 3 5/8"d, 4 3/4"h; Total weighable silver: 4.9 oz troy; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 30.00

    109. 9 silver items ca. 1857-1960; six sterling silver oval boat shaped nut bowls having pierced sides, wavy gadroon rim, monogrammed and marked "Webster Co", 1 1/4"x 2 1/4"x 3 1/4"; sterling silver teaspoon monogrammed and marked "Crosby, Morse & Foss", 5 3/8"; two 87.5% Russian silver tablespoons by unknown silversmiths: one with 1857 assay touch of Aleksandr Nikolayevich Mitin, St Petersburg, 8 3/4"; one with 1874 assay touch of Timofey Tripetsky, Vilnius, 8 7/8"; Total silver weight: 8.4 oz troy; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    110. 2 mesh purses with silver frames ca. 1900-1930; sterling silver frame marked "Whiting & Davis", 5 3/4"x 2 7/8" opening; 90% silver frame with touch of unknown maker, 4 3/4"x 3 5/8" opening; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    111. Pair sterling candleholders ca. 1940-1960; weighted base sterling silver candleholders with three lights/sockets each by Gorham (Providence, RI) in an early 19th century style with each shaft having a light/socket on ends of "S" branch, 11 1/4" spread, 11 3/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 160.00

    112. 2 early adjustable candlesticks ca. 1800-1850; wrought iron coil spring-type with carved wooden base having small off-set finger tote, 3 3/8"d, 6 3/8"h; tin hog scraper style candle stick with round adjustable knob, 4"d, 7 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 200.00

    113. 2 cookie cutters ca. 1900-present; running horse form on a flat back, 11 1/4"x 7"; standing woman with bonnet on flat back, 5 1/2"x 13"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 40.00

    114. Assorted primitives ca. 1750-1800; early small bellows in walnut with turned maple handles and wrought iron side hinge with cock's head cusps, 8 1/2"d, 19"l; American wrought iron slide-bar shutter latches with upper and lower decorative cusp, 3"x 6 1/4"x 1"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    115. Group of primitives & hardware ca. 1900-present; late/reproduction tape weaving hand loom; group of 11 cast brass furniture or hardware mounts including: three various shields for curtain tie backs, six shell type escutcheons, 1 floral wreath escutcheon, 1 floral leaf bar escutcheon; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 40.00

    116. 2 blue agate swirl buckets ca. 1880; marbleized design buckets with wire swing handles: one in cobalt and one in light blue, 10"d, 8"h each; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 200.00

    117. 2 blue agate coffee pots ca. 1890-1920; medium sized coffee pot with light blue marbleized enamel decoration, black decorated handle and enamel decorated lid, 5 1/2"d, 9 1/2"h; standard size gooseneck coffee pot with light blue marbleized enamel decoration and enamel decorated dome top, 6 1/2"d, 10 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    118. 3 pcs. decorated cookware ca. 1880-1920; light blue marbleized sauce pan with handle, 8"d, 5"h; small light blue marbleized coffee pot with spout and marbleized lid, 4 5/8"d, 8 1/2"h; "Lalance & Grosjean Mfg." signed gray enamel berry pail with tin lid, 5"d, 3 5/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 150.00

    119. 3 pcs. enamel graniteware ca. 1900-1930; emerald green pie plate with green and white swirl base and white enamel front, 9 3/4"d, 1 1/4"h; krystolite color base in blue/green swirl with decorated lower and white upper, 9 3/4"d, 1 1/4"h; green and white graniteware colander with loop handles, 10"d, 4 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 260.00

    120. 2 light blue graniteware coffee pots ca. 1890-1920; light blue marbleized/swirl design coffee pot with blue decorated lid and pour spout, 5 1/4"x 8 1/2"; slightly later era coffee pot with light blue swirl decoration having a dome top and pour spout, 5 1/2"x 9"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    121. 2 Madison Mitchell unsigned duck decoys ca. 1940-1950; canvas back drake working decoy with painted red head and painted eyes, 15"x 6 1/2"x 8 1/2"; canvas back hen working decoy with brown and gray paint and painted yellow eyes, 13 1/2"x 6"x 6 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 220.00

    122. Hand wrought copper kettle ca. 1800; having copper riveted bow-tie hanger straps with a wrought iron handle, 12 1/2"d, 8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 210.00

    123. Tin 24-hole candle mold ca. 1850; pan top and base candle mold with two molded strap handles and three of four wooden wick tie sticks, 12"x 5 1/2"x 9"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 180.00

    124. 2 folk art wood carvings ca. 1900; horse head carving with upright ears painted tan/yellow with black and red paint accents, 4 1/2"x 1 3/4"x 3 1/2"; carved small man's head/bust on wall plaque, 4"x 6 1/2"x 2 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 140.00

    125. 2 household primitives ca. 1850-1920; small toleware calling card tray with red painted floral and pomegranate design and gold leaf decal transfer, 7 5/8"x 5 7/8"x 1/4"; small oak splint orschbok egg basket with red splint accents, 6 1/2"x 6"x 5 3/4"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 160.00

    126. Carved oriental bamboo canister ca. 1900-1930; turned from large bamboo with two medallions and floral leaf accents relief carved in container, 5"d, 7"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 75.00

    127. Cast iron pheasant design doorstop ca. 1940s; attributed to Hubley as pattern #458 as a "cock-bird" standing in tall grass pattern, 7 1/2"x 8 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 210.00

    128. Small Enterprise two wheel coffee mill ca. Oct. 21, 1873 patent; Enterprise model #2 coffee mill with patent date embossed on casting on drawer housing having the original cast iron drawer and mounted on a wooden base, 12 3/4"x 7 1/4", 3" handle; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 500.00

    129. 2 oak splint Orschbock gathering baskets ca. 1840-1920; first basket in expert workmanship with triple woven handle covering and a raised weave rim, 13"x 15"x 11 1/2"; second field basket with make-do iron strap repair, 15 1/2"d, 14 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 85.00

    130. Large turned maple butter bowl ca. 1840-1860; expertly crafted with large 1 1/2" molded rim, 21"d, 6 3/4"h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 200.00

    131. 2 oak splint baskets ca. 1890-1920; rectangular high handled market basket with high side and unusual pronounced arch handle, 17 3/4"x 13"x 18 1/2"; factory-made round basket with swing handle and double strap rim, 14 1/2"d, 11"h, 9" handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    132. 2 tin candle lanterns ca. 1750 & 1880; early punched tin lantern with cone top and hinged access door having sunburst design punched tinwork, 5 3/8"d, 14 1/2"h; factory-made jailhouse style lantern with glass panels, hinged side door and hinged top, 5 1/4"x 5"x 10"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 240.00

    133. 2 oak splint baskets ca. 1840-1900; fine woven rectangular basket having small hand grasps open weave into ends, 16"x 13 1/2"x 8 1/2"; melon-shaped gathering basket with arch handle, 16"x 14 1/2"x 13"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    134. 2 veneered wooden dresser boxes ca. 1790-1880; burle mahogany veneered lady's sewing box with bevel and pin cushion top, silver inlaid owner's tag "M.E. Thaye". interior drawers and storage compartment, 12"x 7"x 7 1/2"; later bird's eye maple veneered glove box with cabinet lock and cast key escutcheon, 12 1/4"x 8"x 5"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 50.00

    135. Cherry utensil tray & 6 wrought iron butcher utensils ca. 1830-1900; with turned grasp handle and slip-in kerf cut design corners, 13 7/8"x 9 1/2"x 5"; six wrought iron butcher utensils including a two piece ladle set with wrap over handle and three pieces with rattail handles and late spatula with hanger hole drilled in handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    136. English slant lid cutlery box ca. 1790-1810; mahogany burle veneer cutlery box with slant lid, serpentine front, interior of lid inlaid with a star design and utensil slots framed in band inlay, 9 1/4"x 10 5/8"x 15"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 240.00

    137. 2 early toleware domed top boxes ca. 1830; red toleware small rectangular domed document box with hinged lid and small hasp latch, 8"x 4"x 4 1/2"; oval domed top bonnet box with black toleware paint having ball floral design and a hinged lid and hasp latch, 9 1/2"x 7"x 8 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 110.00

    138. 6 pcs. dark painted toleware ca. 1800-1890; rectangular document box with brown base band and floral band decoration; rectangular document box with cabbage rose floral paint and embossed swelled hinged lid; slant lid tin in English design; candle snuffer tray with faux marble design on base; two shaped Victorian Era small trays with floral design; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    139. Centennial English mahogany cutlery box ca. 1900-1930; slant lid cutlery box, centennial re-creation with matched crotch mahogany and front in serpentine design with secret drawer in rear lower portion of box, 10"x 10 3/4"x 14 3/4"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 210.00

    140. Pair of marble based ormalu mantel lustres ca. repro; pair of lustres in cast brass floral basket design stems mounted in marble and topped with prismed bobeches and candlestick tops, 6"x 4 1/4"x 14 3/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 50.00

    141. 2 pair Staffordshire figurines ca. 1840-1860; standing lad and maid each with a sheep, 6 7/8" & 7"h, 2 7/8" & 2 1/2"w; lad and lassie on horseback, 7 1/8" & 6 5/8"h; 2 1/8"x 5 7/8" w; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 100.00

    142. 3 Staffordshire figurines ca. 1840-1860; three earthenware Staffordshire figurines, two of which are spill holders: lad holding a bird and flower basket with a dog embracing his leg, 6"x 2 1/8"x 3 5/8"; lad and maid with hound and sheep, 9"x 2 3/8"x 5 3/4"; clock showing 5:48 and a rabbit on a hutch posed between a lad and lassie, 7 1/2"x 1 5/8"x 6"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 50.00

    143. 3 Staffordshire figurines ca. 1840-1860; tulip form spill vase with gentleman and lady scholars, 10 1/2"x 2 3/4"x 6 3/8"; seaman and maid, 5 3/4"x 2 1/8"x 3 1/4"; young man with basket of flowers and trellis, 10 5/8"x 3 1/4"x 5 3/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 90.00

    144. Large Staffordshire dog ca. 1880; with black overglaze eyes, muzzle and toe nails and a gilt neck ring, chain, padlock and other details, 15"x 5 1/4"x 9 7/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 100.00

    145. 4 Staffordshire figurines ca. 1840-1860; four earthenware figurines, three of which are spill holders: lad and maid with a stag, 6 5/8" x 1 7/8"x 4 3/4"; man and woman grasping a flower form spill holder, 7 1/2"x 2 5/8"x 3 7/8"; man and woman with a sheep, 7 3/8"x 1 7/8"x 3 3/4"; troubadour with ruffled gown, turban and stringed instrument, 8"x 2"x 3 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 75.00

    146. 4 Staffordshire figurines ca. 1840-1860; pair of small sitting dogs decorated in black and yellow, 4"x 1 1/2"x 2 1/4"; small spill holder with tulip between two doves, 3"x 2 1/2"x 3"; large spill holder or short vase with two chickens, 5 1/8"x 4"x 5 1/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    147. 3 Staffordshire figurines ca. 1840-1930; small pair of well colored earthenware Staffordshire figurines of man and woman with gathered fruit having a red ink back stamp "England", 5"x 2"; porcelain well colored Staffordshire trinket box in the form of a woman in a row boat, 3 1/8"x 1 7/8"x 4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 65.00

    148. 4 Staffordshire figurines ca. 1840-1860; small girl on a garlanded rim, 4 5/8"x 1 3/4"x 4"; woman in a fine frock holding a flower, 6 1/4"x 2 3/4"; seated maid holding an egg basket, 5 1/2"x 1 1/2"x 2 7/8"; cobbler sitting on a small doghouse, 6 3/4"x 3 1/4"x 3 3/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 40.00

    149. 3 Staffordshire figurines ca. 1840-1860; seated woman with a dog, 5 1/2"x 2 3/8"x 3 1/8"; princely couple including a standing gentleman and a seated lady playing a lute, 6 3/4"x 3 1/8"x 4 5/8"; highlander couple watch hutch with central hound, 6 3/4"x 2"x 6"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 50.00

    150. 3 glass Christmas candle lights ca. 1780-1880; pair of early clear glass diamond pattern attributed to Stiegel (Manheim, PA) with large glass pontils in bulbous shape; mid-late 1800s era cobalt light with molded diamond pattern, 2 3/4"d, 3 5/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 40.00

    151. Green nutmeg pattern night lamp ca. 1890; nutmeg design cup shaped finger lamp in an uncommon dark green color with finger holder, P&A Burner and a matching clear glass chimney, 2 3/4"d, 7"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    152. 3 Victorian Era candle lights ca. 1890-1900; all in diamond press-pattern: one purple glass Victorian Era Christmas; aquamarine color Victorian Era Christmas; cobalt Victorian Era Christmas; 2 1/2"d, 3 1/2"h each; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    153. 2 small "Manila" kerosene night lights ca. 1900; patent applied for lanterns with tin screw on bottoms having tin finger straps: one cobalt blue with patent date adjustable knob and clear chimney; one milk glass with no name burner and glass chimney; 3"d, 6 1/2"h each; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    154. 3 various Christmas candle lights ca. 1800-1900; early aquamarine with twist rope/swirl design and large blown pontil; rootbeer color diamond pattern with wire hanger; blown milk glass with pontil; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    155. 2 small kerosene finger lamps ca. 1870-1880; St. Lawrence-type cup lamp with applied handle in light blue color with P&A burner and a clear chimney, 3"d, 8"h, 1 1/4" handle; blue font brass pan based finger lantern with patent date of Oct. 28, 1873 on base pan with clear chimney, 4 1/4"d, 6 7/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    156. 2 Victorian tin & glass Christmas candle lanterns ca. 1890; tin and glass lantern with stain painted glass and wire hangers, 2"- 2 3/4"x 2"- 2 3/4"x 3 1/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 75.00

    157. 2 clear glass fluid lamps ca. 1850-1870; doctor's alcohol lamp with tubular wick burner, 2 1/2"d, 3 3/4"h; whale oil type blown glass pedestal lamp with brass collar, 3 1/2"d, 5 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    158. 3 Christmas tree candle lanterns ca. 1880-1900; two tin eight glass candle lanterns with one having clear shades and one with painted shades, 2 1/4"d, 3 1/8"h; square tin and glass candle lantern with colorized glass panels, 2 1/8"x 2 1/8"x 4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 140.00

    159. 5 miniature oak splint orschbok baskets & glass egg ca. 1900-1950; five miniature baskets with one lined with hair, 2 1/4"- 2 1/2"x 2"- 2 1/2"x 1 5/8"- 2 1/4"; small milk glass pigeon egg; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 425.00

    160. 7 figural chocolate molds ca. 1940; two part pressed sheet metal mold including a standing rabbit with backpack; rabbit pushing stroller; seated rabbit; seated Scotty dog; circus elephant with top hat and riding blanket; standing Santa with bag of presents; walking lamp; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 350.00

    161. 2 wooden butter bowls ca. 1870-1930; factory turned softwood bowl with extended rim molding paint with brown paint, 18"d, 5 3/4"h; "Munsing" signed factory turned cherry wood bowl with extended band and red milk paint, 17"d, 5 1/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 160.00

    162. 2 wooden kitchen primitives ca. 1880-1930; sloped side cutlery tray with handled divider made from cherry wood, 11 3/4"-13"x 7"-8 1/4"x 4 1/2"; small red painted turned spice box with lid turned from poplar wood, 2 1/4"d, 2 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 60.00

    163. 3 graduated wooden farmhouse pitchers ca. 1880-1930; small birch wood pitcher with carved handle and rounded pour spout, 3 1/2"d, 5 3/4"h, 1 1/2" handle; syrup house pitcher with carved handle and chamfered and carved spout, 4"d, 7 1/2"h, 1 1/8" handle; carved birch milk pitcher with form spout carved from fork in tree and carved handle, 5"d, 8 1/2"h, 1 1/2" handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 210.00

    164. 3 reproduction miniature baskets ca. 1980s; red painted market basket with rectangular base, 3"x 2"x 2 1/2"; two oak splint orschbok gathering baskets with stained faux finish, 3 1/2"x 4"x 3 1/2" & 5 1/4"x 5"x 4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 40.00

    165. 8 figural cookie cutters ca. 1890-present; tin backed short horse; tin backed cat with high cut; running rabbit with high cut; standing bear with handle; primitive bobbed tail horse; standing man open with two cross braces; comical German soldier with open back; reproduction standing man with handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 160.00

    166. 2 baskets ca. 1940-present; gray painted rectangular market basket with broad weave work, 15"x 10"x 13"; reproduction square market display basket, 19 1/2"x 17"x 10"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    167. 5 wooden kitchen primitives ca. 1900-1930; loose handle turned bird's eye maple rolling pin with painted handles, 2 1/4"d, 18"l; turned cherry pastry rolling pin, 1 1/2"d, 14 1/4"l; turned maple solid handle rolling pin, 2 1/2"d, 17"l; two wooden butter paddles with carved hook handles, 5 3/4"x 9" & 5 3/4"x 8 5/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 75.00

    168. Pewter rimmed coffee mill ca. 1860; softwood home coffee grinder with softwood single drawer base, cast iron mill with pewter rim/funnel and crank handle with wooden knob, 7 1/2"x 7 1/4"x 9 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 95.00

    169. Carved walnut cookie board ca. 1740-1790; walnut wood cookie/springerle mold having a stylized heart with stars and full PA German style tulip design panels with chip carved framing, 3 1/8"x 5"x 3 1/8"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 250.00

    170. 2 chip carved molds ca. 1840-1890; rectangular cookie mold with double pinwheel and initials "B T" with 1/4" raised rails, 6 5/8"x 4 1/4"x 1"; double wheat sheath carved butter mold block with chip carved side borders, 4 7/8"x 2 5/8"x 1 1/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    171. 2 wooden butter prints ca. 1870-1920; chip carved round butter mold in cow design with floral accents, pie crimp border and round knob, 3 5/8"x 3"; small cherry wood butter pat mold with round turned box having a floral chip carved print, 2"x 3"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 200.00

    172. Tin ABC plate & wallpaper printing block ca. 1870-1910; embossed tin ABC plate with Mary and her lamb, 8"d; carved mahogany wallpaper printing block with cloverleaf and swag design, 5 1/4"x 1 1/4"x 2 3/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 35.00

    173. Small 6 drawer kitchen spice wall box ca. 1890; cherry spice cabinet with ogee molded backsplash, simple nail constructed drawer and small brass pulls, 7 1/4"x 3 3/8"x 5 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 260.00

    174. Treenware turned saffron box with paint decoration ca. 1900; maple round box with turned lid decorated with red stained bands and leaf pattern cut sponge design having an interior note attributing the piece to John Heilman (Ford City, PA), 3 1/2"d, 3"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 210.00

    175. 2 small treenware turnings ca. 1900; turned maple chalice shaped egg cup with red stain, burn brand bands, raised pedestal foot with stem and chalice shaped vessel, 2 3/8"d, 3 1/8"h; red stained lidded toothpick holder with small rope handle, turned bulbous shape and flat turned lid, 2 3/8"d, 2 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 250.00

    176. Blue paint decorated shoe shine box ca. 1860; softwood box made of a small tool tray with high sides having a red and yellow pinwheel stencil design on ends with a heavy turned handle for shoe rest, 10 1/4"x 7 1/2"x 10 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 50.00

    177. 3 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1870; salt glazed cylindrical jar having a wide band of brushed cobalt feathered fronds, impressed "3" on shoulder, tooled neck and two collar bands, flattened rim and Albany slip glaze interior, 10"d, 14 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    178. 2 pieces of redware ca. 1845; lead glazed jug in dark reddish brown streaked glaze, bold three ribbed strap handle, two shallow recessed collar rings, rolled rim and impressed with "18" on base, 7 7/8"d, 10 1/8"h; slightly bulbous pitcher in a yellowish brown glaze with stencil decorated shoulder band of 3/4"d reddish brown bull's eye and one on the handle, 5 3/4"d, 8 1/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.000

    179. European redware jug ca. 1849-1875; slip decorated ovoid jug with "1849" within a white and black feathered elongated balloon having a yellow toned brown glaze, ribbed strap handle and a mouth with a raised ring, 8 1/4"d, 11 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 90.00

    180. Cobalt decorated stoneware pitcher ca. 1855; bulbous pitcher with brushed floral and leaf shoulder band, feathered fronds detailing spout and neck and daubs at handle terminals having a tooled ring at rim and rings on collar, 7 1/4"d, 10 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 260.00

    181. PA redware bulbous pitcher & jelly jar ca. 1860; tortoise-shell lead glazed pitcher with four ribbed strap handle, glazed base and raised collar ring, 6 3/8"d, 7 7/8"h; brown manganese glazed jelly jar with three incised collar rings, thickened rolled rim and base incised "12 1/9"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    182. 3 Henry Schofield redware creamers ca. 1860-1930; red toned brown lead glaze with typical dark brown base band with extension up to spout, incised collar ring and strap handle, 3"d, 3 1/4"h; yellow toned dark brown lead glaze with typical dark brown/black base band and strap handle, 3"d, 3 1/2"h; tan-brown lead glaze with typical dark brown base band, incised collar ring and strap handle, 3 1/8"d, 3 3/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 65.00

    183. Redware creamer ca. 1900-1930; slightly bulbous pumpkin lead glazed redware creamer, extended spout rim, strap handle and impressed "7" in base, 3 7/8"d, 5 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 25.00

    184. 3 American yelloware bowls ca. 1840-1890; one with tooled rim above an applied cream band bracketed by cream rings, 9 3/8"d, 4 7/8"h; one with rounded side and slightly everted rim, 9 1/8"d, 4 3/8"h; one with flared side and two applied cream rings, 6 1/4"d, 3 1/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    185. 4 pieces of American yelloware ca. 1860-1930; cylindrical form pitcher with relief floral and basket weave surface design and rope twist handle, 5 1/2"d, 8 1/2"h; pie dish, 8 5/8"d, 1"h; two graduated bowls with tooled thickened rims and flared sides, applied blue ring bracketed by cream ring on rim and mid-section: smaller bowl's base impressed "Ovenware/Made in USA/4", larger bowl's base impressed "5"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 90.00

    186. Redware pie dish & 2 pieces of Rockingham glazed yelloware ca. 1860-1890; PA redware pie dish with manganese sponged border on yellow-brown lead glazed ground, 7 7/8"d, 1 3/8"h; two pieces of Rockingham glazed yelloware: bowl with slightly bulbous side and rim, 9 1/2"d, 4"h; pitcher with raised relief neck and collar, 5 1/8"d, 7 1/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 95.00

    187. 2 stoneware jugs ca. 1800s-1930; salt glazed bulbous jug with non-typical mouth and impressed "5" on shoulder, 7"d, 9 3/4"h; two-tone Bristol slip white and brown Albany slip glaze advertising liquor jug with cobalt stenciled legend "Lacey & O Neill/Birdsboro, PA", 5 3/4"d, 8 7/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 85.00

    188. Stoneware advertising jug ca. 1900-1930; two tone Bristol white and brown Albany slip glazed advertising cylindrical liquor jug with tooled shoulder and black stenciled legend "H W Bard/Dealer in/ Wines, Liquors, Cigars/ and Tobacco/ Denver, PA", 7 1/4"d, 11 1/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 100.00

    189. 4 domestic art pottery items ca. 1940-1960; three figural mammy/Aunt Jemima items colored in blue, brown, black and red on a white ground all incised "Weller" on bottom: creamer with extended spout, 4 1/4"d, 6 3/8"h; covered teapot, 6 1/4"d, 7 3/4"h; covered cookie jar with mammy holding a green object, 7 1/4"d, 11"h; yellow glaze Dutch Maid covered cookie jar with brown colored details, black ink back stamp "Red Wing/ Pottery/Hand Painted" and impressed "Red Wing/USA", 7"d, 10 3/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 625.00

    190. 3 braided mats ca. 1900-1930; all similar with an open loop edge and tight braidwork: one in brown, yellow, blue and green, 10 1/2"d; one in brown, tan and blue, 10"d; one oval in many various colors, 11 1/4"x 10"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 95.00

    191. 3 small braided mats ca. 1900-1930; one tight weave in red, blue, brown and green mat, 8"d; one tight weave in yellow, green, brown, tan and gray, 8"d; one tight weave in pink, brown, green and gray, 11"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 230.00

    192. 3 small braided mats ca. 1900-1930; all with tight weaving: small oval mat with red, gray, green and orange, 14 1/2"x 11 1/4"; small oval rug with gray, black, green and yellow, 16 1/2"x 14"; small round rug with green, brown, tan and gray, 18 1/2"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 350.00

    193. 3 small braided mats ca. 1910-1930; gray, brown, green, red, gray and black colors, 8 1/2"d; matched pair of mats in gray, brown, green, pink and gold colors, 8 3/4"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 250.00

    194. Homespun show towel  ca. 1860; with open crochet work tulip flower and star designs and the bottom with fringes, 13"x 54"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 40.00

    195. Framed berlin work motto ca. 1873; "Home Sweet Home" needlepoint on punch paper with forest limb lettering with two birds and nest by Sarah J. Harsh (daughter of Christian & Mary Harsh), 23"x 10 3/8" framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 150.00

    196. Block on point pieced quilt ca. 1875; pink and yellow pieced blocks on point surrounded by green, black and white printed cotton,  with cable and block pattern quilting patterns having the back with blue, green, purple and yellow floral pattern on a white ground and front edging turned to back, 78"x 78"; Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 120.00

    197. Crazy quilt ca. 1889; multiple geometric, floral, insect and animal designs applied in needlework with a large central tulip design dated 1884 and embroidered "MIZPAH" bordered with blue and gold velvet with geometric designs embroidered around edges having a pink silk backing, 66"x 62"; Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 220.00

    198. Nine patch block on point quilt ca. 1840-1860; nine patch blocks on point surrounded by pink and blue printed border fabrics with a green printed cotton edging and a black and white center floral print back, 84"x 72"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 150.00

    199. Daniel Smith jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1841; jacquard pattern coverlet with center seam and applied fringes on three sides having a rolled top hem, eagle and vine border motifs with floral central design, signed in bottom corner blocks "Daniel Smith 1841", 96"x 78"; Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 220.00

    200. Pieced block on point quilt ca. 1870-1890; pieced block on point central motif of printed fabrics surrounded by green printed border having a brown floral print cotton backing, edging on front turned to back with attached fabric note "Mary Z Frey/Annie F Xander/Hannah K. Xander/Anna X Bolton" "Washington Pavement Pattern between 1870-1890", 84"x 72"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 120.00

    201. 2 pieces of Gaudy ironstone ca. 1855; small octagonal open vegetable with lustre leafage between burnt orange foliate devices connected by blue draping lines and detailed by green petals with the bottom impressed "Pearl White", 1 7/8"x 7"x 8 5/8"; covered octagonal tureen with flow blue leaves outlined in copper lustre with attached six petal burnt orange flowers with green centers and green leaves and lid having a grape cluster finial, 7 1/2"x 8 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 95.00

    202. 3 pieces of Gaudy Welsh ca. 1855-1875; earthenware cup in "Wagon Wheel" pattern, 3"d, 2 7/8"h; porcelain cheese plate with twelve sided rim in "Geranium" pattern, 6 7/8"; porcelain toddy plate in "Sun Flower" pattern, 4 1/2"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 60.00

    203. 2 Gaudy Dutch plates ca. 1830; English pearlware plates: breakfast plate with "Grape" motif with stringed hearts on a blue band border, 7 1/8"d; dinner plate with "Single Rose" motif, double border of yellow beads on a blue band and a reddish vine on a white band, 9 7/8"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 50.00

    204. Gaudy Welsh waste bowl ca. 1855; English porcelain waste bowl in tulip pattern, 6 1/8"d, 3 3/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 50.00

    205. 3 transfer decorated plates ca. 1840-1930; English earthenware breakfast plate with reddish "Millennium" transfer, 7 3/4"d; English ironstone breakfast plate with blue "Cleopatra" transfer, 8"d; Holland earthenware cheese plate with reddish "Tea Drinker" transfer and reddish ink back stamp "Made in Holland/Societe Ceramique/Maestricht/Tea Drinker", 7"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 30.00

    206. English "ABC" plate ca. 1860; earthenware plate with black transfer infilled with brown, blue, green, red and yellow depicting boys playing marbles "Little boys at marbles play/ on the summer holiday" and impressed on back "Elsmore & Foster", 5 1/2"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 35.00

    207. 5 pieces of Gaudy Welsh ca. 1840-1860; three bulbous earthenware creamers: variant of "Peony", 4 1/2"d, 4 5/8"h, "Oyster", 4"d, 3 7/8"h, "Oyster" 3 5/8"d, 3 7/8"h; two porcelain "Oyster" plates, 6 1/8"d; & 7"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 90.00

    208. "Ava" ironstone platter & Majolica corn pattern creamer ca. 1860 & 1885; "Ava" mulberry transfer octagonal ironstone platter with infilled blue, green and red glaze and mulberry ink back stamp "Stoneware/ Ava", 9 1/2"x 12 1/2"; corn pattern Majolica round creamer with "2T" inscribed in brown on base, 2 1/2"d, 4 1/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 35.00

    209. 3 pieces blue transfer pearlware ca. 1835-1855; historic blue side plate with pagoda design, 6 5/8"d; pair of child's octagonal platters having a pearlware body, blue ink back stamp "Genevse/Opaque China" and impressed "Minton" with cypher for 1909, 4 1/2"x 5 3/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    210. Set of 12 earthenware deep dishes ca. 1900-1930; green and red sawtooth stick spatter border dishes with nine blue stick spatter flowerets amid a green and red brushed floral and foliage central design having a black ink back stamp "Manufacture Imperiale Royale/Nimy/Fabrication Belgeium", 10 3/4"d, 2"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 150.00

    211. Miniature English copper tea kettle ca. 1850-1860; fine crafted British Empire style tea kettle with brass handle copper riveted to pot in a fine form and brass soldered gooseneck spout with lid having a small turned brass with tin wash and possibly a salesman sample, 2 1/2"d, 4"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 140.00

    212. 3 turned & carved butter prints ca. 1860; wheat sheath design with pie crimp border and applied turned handle, 3 1/2"d, 5 3/4"h; fern design with six band rim and turned grasp handle, 4 5/8"d, 2 5/8"h; fern design with four band rim and highly turned grasp, 4"d, 2 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 35.00

    213. 3 antique miniatures ca. 1830-1940; mid-1800s English style salesman sample bed warmer with undecorated copper lid and pan attached to a fine turned mahogany handle, 2 3/4"d, 11"h; miniature PA drawn rod oak orschbok basket, 2 1/2"d, 2 1/2"h; dated Oct. 27, 1940 oak and walnut splint melon basket, 3"d, 3"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 170.00

    214. 2 carved butter prints ca. 1840-1880; carved turned cherry print of a cow in a meadow under willow by a stream with ball grasp handle, 4 3/8"d, 3 1/4"h; carved turned maple print of highly carved swan with pie crimp and rope twist border, 3/8"d, 2 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 170.00

    215. Yellow pine frame shaving mirror ca. 1900; shaving mirror with a Chippendale style cut-out crest having a frame oddly constructed with tapered slide in groove back with a single center screw and early mercury glass mirror, 8 3/4"x 1 1/4"x 13"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    216. 2 wooden kitchen primitives ca. 1850-1950; tiger maple dovetailed utensil tray with heart shaped tote, sloped sides and a softwood bottom, 18 1/2"x 11"x 7"; miniature reproduction butter print box with bell flower design, 1 1/2"d, 2 7/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    217. 3 box shaped butter molds ca. 1880-1940; early dovetailed box mold with two pinwheel design and original handle, 5 7/8"x 3 5/8"x 4 3/4"; finger joint box with non-handled double wheat sheaf design, 5 5/8"x 3 5/8"x 3"; later finger box with double wheat sheaf design, 5 3/4"x 4 3/4"x 3 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 90.00

    218. 3 metalware primitives ca. 1800-1870; wrought sheet metal heart shaped trivet with scroll work and center rivet, 6 3/8"x 3 1/2"x 1"; tin handled three hole candle mold with tray top, 3"x 2"x 10"; single hole candle mold with small strap handle, 1 5/8"d, 9 7/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    219. 2 novelty pieces ca. 1930s; German papier mache turkey candy container with cast lead legs and paint accent, 6 1/2"x 4"x 3"; late ornamental tin candlestick with weighted base and scroll with ball grasps, 3 1/2"x 3 1/2"x 5"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 50.00

    220. PA oak splint field basket ca. 1800-1850; large basket in heavy oak splint construction with open work handles on either side of basket and three runner splints in base, 22"d, 11 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 75.00

    221. Black painted dome top trunk ca. 1830; early form trunk in simple nail construction with unusual tin hardware, steam bent lid, tin hinges with iron clips and lid secured with tin hasp and ring keeper, 18 1/2"x 12 1/4"x 9 7/8"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 60.00

    222. "Dan Patch Junior Barrow" child's wheelbarrow ca. 1920-1940; red and black painted wooden wheelbarrow with stenciled logo, rubber tires, tin hub caps and strap iron rests, 39"x 16"x 15"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    223. Lightning rod with horse weathervane ca. 1900-1930; copper rod lightning rod with milk glass ball in original tripod mount having a horse shaped weathervane in alloy and painted black, 22"x 12"x 31"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 220.00

    224. Copper wall sconces ca. 1890-1920; copper candle wall sconces with large ornament cut-out sugar maple leaf design with ornamental punch work, 3/4 cup sconces, flared plate design with ring hangers and have an aged patina, 4"d cup; 3 1/2"- 4 5/8"x 14" plate; 7"x 9 1/2" leaf; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 85.00

    225. Tin reflector roasting rack ca. 1860; reflector broiler with tray bottom drip pan, simple wire and rolled reflector hood with large wire braced strap handle and pair of meat hooks on tin brace hinges, 11 1/2"x 3"x 10 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 160.00

    226. 2 wooden furniture accessories ca. 1850-1920; turned leg stool originally painted red but has brown paint and yellow pin striping and wood peg-held legs with ball tips and accent bands, 9"x 6 1/2"x 7 5/8"; late sloped edge stand with red sides and green bottom, 10 1/2"x 10 1/2"x 4 5/8" base; 12"x 12" slope; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 95.00

    227. Paint decorated sled ca. 1840-1860; wooden cutter sled in mortise and tenon construction with wrought iron rod skag rails, green painted wooden runners and red painted deck with yellow lettering "Genie" with stencil cut out accent, 39"x 11"x 4"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 170.00

    228. Oak splint handled gathering basket ca. 1840; melon-shaped basket with broad oak frame splints, heavy splint weaving and base of basket with two exposed runner splints, 18"d, 14"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 140.00

    229. 12 assorted tin cookie cutters ca. 1850-1970; seven antique cutters including: comical dog with short legs, two heart shaped, an eagle, a three leaf clover, a strap back lion and a strap back song bird; five reproduction cutters including: a handled pig, a handled dove, a seated cat, an eagle and an open back heart with wire bracing, 3"- 6 1/2"x 2"-4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 85.00

    230. Oval wallpaper store box ca. 1870; gold embossed bird and leaf design wallpaper decorated oval box with pink interior paper, blue accent bands on outside of box and lid with pencil calculation on underside, 5 1/4"x 3"x 2 1/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 150.00

    231. 2 cast iron figural items ca. 1940-1960; large seated rabbit figural door stop painted in white with two-part heavy casting, 12"x 5 1/4"x 11 3/4"; Griswold lamb cake mold with nickel plate, 14"x 4 1/2"x 8 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 190.00

    232. Munyon's Home Remedies store cabinet ca. 1870; oak counter top display cabinet with lithograph tin trade advertising and 51 small finger joint constructed drawers with wire loop pulls, 18 1/4"x 7"x 24"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 500.00

    233. Oak 9 drawer desktop file ca. 1890; table top cabinet with nine oak front drawer with poplar finger joint open back drawers having cast brass pulls, 14 1/2"x 10 1/2"x 13 5/8"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 130.00

    234. Mirus-Paris porcelain front parlor stove ca. 1900; BSCOC ornate French parlor stove with three Mica/Isinglass panels in front, small decorative cast iron door on side with mica and porcelain coating in blue with floral ribbon design all sitting on four cast small legs, 18"x 13"x 18"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    235. Large Native American grass flat tray basket ca. 1870-1910; Western tribe grass flat tray basket highly ornamentally decorated with geometric designs decorated with purples, greens and browns, 20"x 3 1/2"; Estimate $800.00-$1,500.00

    Sold For 600.00

    236. 2 restaurant grade copper kettles ca. 1900-1920; "Mutual" large round copper sauce pan with heavy iron handle, 12 1/4"x 3 1/4"x 13 1/2"; medium dovetail constructed sauce kettle marked "E.M. 128" and "M.B.H." with cast iron kettle, 9 1/2"x 5 1/2"x 11"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 200.00

    237. 2 wooden primitives ca. 1860-1900; fine cow design chip-carved butter print with coggle design border, 4 1/2"d, 3"h; small turned round powder lid mirror of turned cherry wood, 4 1/2"d, 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 200.00

    238. Red painted arch top traveler's trunk ca. 1750-1820; originally covered with leather hide having wrought handles with heart shaped plates, original chest lock and late wallpaper interior, 27"x 13 1/2"x 11 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    239. Reproduction Native American fish basket ca. 1930-1960; square bottom basket made of woven split reeds tapering to round center and flaring to the top, 15"x 15"x 25 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 40.00

    240. Cobalt decorated Cortland crock ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical crock with simple cobalt floral design impressed "Cortland" having a wide flat collared rim, applied cupped lug ear handles, Albany slip glaze interior and pair of inscribed neck rings probably by Madison Woodruff, 8 3/8"d, 7 3/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 190.00

    241. 2 miniature PA redware bowls ca. 1880; slightly flared sides with slight overhanging rounded rims, reddish brown lead glaze, 2 5/8"d, 1 1/4"h & 2 3/4"d, 1 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 140.00

    242. Demuth's stoneware snuff jar ca. 1860-1890; Bristol glazed cylindrical stoneware jar with stenciled cobalt legend "Demuth's/Celebrated/Snuff/Established 1770/Lancaster, PA" having an indented neck with interior lid ledge and Albany slip glazed interior, 5 3/8"d, 6 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 85.00

    243. G.W. Fulper & Bro cobalt decorated butter churn ca. 1875; two gallon cylindrical salt glazed butter churn with brushed cobalt circular flourishes, impressed "2" and "G.W. Fulper & Bro/Flemington, NJ" having a flattened everted rim with raised collar ring and interior rim ledge, two applied lug ear handles and an Albany slip glaze interior, 8 1/2"d, 11 3/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    244. 8 gallon ES&B cobalt decorated crock ca. 1880; cylindrical stoneware crock with stenciled cobalt legend "8/ES&B/New Brighton/PA" having a tooled flattened collared rim, incised neck ring, two applied lug ear handles and an Albany slip glaze interior, 13 1/2"d, 16"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    245. 4 gallon ES&B cobalt decorated jug ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical jug with stenciled cobalt legend "4/ES&B/ New Brighton/PA" (Elverson, Sherwood & Barker) and Albany slip glazed interior, 11 1/8"d, 14 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 150.00

    246. 5 gallon ES&B cobalt decorated crock ca. 1880; slightly bulbous salt glazed crock with stenciled legend "5/ES&B/New Brighton/PA" having a tooled flattened rim, incised neck ring, two applied lug ear handles and an Albany slip glazed interior, 13 1/8"d, 12 5/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    247. 5 gallon ES&B cobalt decorated jug ca. 1880; cylindrical salt glazed crock with lightly stenciled cobalt legend "5/ES&B/New Brighton/PA" and an Albany slip glazed interior, 11 3/8"d, 16 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 95.00

    248. 6 gallon ES&B cobalt decorated crock ca. 1880; cylindrical salt glazed crock with stenciled cobalt legend "6/ES&B/New Brighton/PA" having a tooled flattened collared rim, two incised neck rings, two applied lug ear handles and an Albany slip glazed interior, 12 7/8"d, 14 1/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 100.00

    249. 1 gallon Solomon Bell cobalt decorated jar ca. 1875; one gallon salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jar with three brushed feather designs, impressed "I" & "Solomon Bell/Strasburg" having a tooled flattened rim and an incised neck ring, 6 1/2"d, 9"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 180.00

    250. 4 Watt yelloware apple motif pieces ca. 1940-1960; pair of mugs with slightly concave profile impressed on base "Watt/121/USA", 3 1/4"d, 3 5/8"h; covered bulbous canister/sugar bowl with interior lid ledge, pair of tab handles, slight dome form lid with tapered cylindrical knob and base impressed "Watt/76/USA/OvenWare", 7 3/4"d, 6 3/4"h; pitcher with ice retention lip and base impressed "Watt/17/USA", 7"d, 8 1/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 75.00

    251. 1 1/2 gallon cobalt decorated jar ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jar with three brushed feathered foliage stems, tooled flattened rim with everted neck ring above a raised and incised collar ring, impressed "1 1/2", 7 1/4"d, 11 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    252. Firing defective redware apple butter crock ca. 1880; handled PA redware apple butter crock with interior only brown lead glazing malformed during the firing process, 6 3/4"x 6 1/2"x 8 5/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 150.00

    253. Running horses hooked rug ca. 1950s; central oval of two harnessed horses trotting in front of a white fence with the corners having three horseshoe and flower motif and bound on a frame, 42"x 23 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 95.00

    254. Covered bridge hooked rug ca. 1950s; snow, trees and road with fencing near the entrance to the bridge and bound on a rectangular frame, 37 1/2"x 22 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    255. Leaf hooked rug ca. 1930s; light blue central oval with borders of dark blue and bright color maple leaves mounted on a rectangular frame, 35 1/2"x 28 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 30.00

    256. Double Irish chain pattern quilt ca. 1875; pieced pink, yellow and green blocks in Irish chain pattern having a red background with green and pink printed borders having a large floral print backing, 78"x 76"; Estimate $800.00-$1,000.00

    Sold For 375.00

    257. 9 patch block pieced quilt ca. 1860; nine patch blocks surrounded by green and red print fabrics and bordered with green and red print fabrics having a white cotton back, 74"x 74"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 85.00

    258. Unfinished sampler ca. 1850 or later; ten line sampler of silk on linen alphabets bordered with a green chain design, 16 1/2"x 26 1/4" framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    259. Framed hooked rug & quilt patch ca. 1842-1880; vintage large hooked rug with colorful waves design mounted on a conservation hanger board, 36"x 38 1/2"; printed chintz cut out on linen of a flower design with ink signature of George W. Stephens and dated 1842, 10"x 10"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 325.00

    260. Jacquard pattern red, green and white coverlet ca. 1860; floral and geometric pattern with wide floral borders having a geometric edge motifs and applied fringe on three sides and hemmed top edge, 86"x 76"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 160.00

    261. Jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1840-1860; warp blue cotton, weft blue cotton and red, blue and green wool coverlet having a center seam, self-fringes on sides, applied on bottom and a rolled top edge, 90"x 78"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 210.00

    262. John Smith jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1834; wool and cotton coverlet with bird and tree borders, star and floral central motifs, self-fringes on sides, applied fringe on bottom, rolled top edge and a center seam, 94"x 78"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 240.00

    263. Chinese export serving bowl ca. 1780-1830; Chinese export porcelain scallop shaped serving bowl decorated with famille rose floral motifs, a rose lined border and retaining a "Elinor Gordon/Oriental Lowestoft/Villanova, PA" label, 2"x 8 5/8"x 8 7/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    264. 2 pieces Chinese Export Rose Medallion ca. 1840-1860; dinner plate, 9 5/8"d; cylindrical brush pot with everted rim, 3 1/2"d, 10 1/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 45.00

    265. Porcelain Japanese charger ca. 1860-1890; with polychromal floral and bird designs in blue, brown, green, gilt, burnt orange and red and reverse with typical cobalt and burnt orange motifs, 15 1/2"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    266. Pair of porcelain Japanese chargers ca. 1860-1890; with cobalt design of koi fish among water plants having raised scalloped rims and reverse with stylized water plants, 18 3/8"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 60.00

    267. Ironstone platter with sepia "Washington Vase" transfer ca. 1855; octagonal platter with sepia transfer and sepia ink back stamp "Pearl StoneWare/Washington Vase/PW&Co", 14"x 18 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    268. Partial ironstone service with sepia "Washington Vase" transfer ca. 1855; with some pieces having sepia ink back stamp "Pearl Stone Ware/Washington Vase/ PW & Co": dinner plate; three luncheon plates; four cheese plates; three handleless cups and saucers with two extra saucers; small open octagonal vegetable; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    269. English earthenware mug ca. 1875; with black seaweed design on a raw umber band beneath two black rings and a navy blue band, 3 1/2"d, 4 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    270. Child's mug, ABC plate & transfer plate ca. 1840-1860; English earthenware child's mug with design of a dairy maid and cows, 2 7/8"d, 2 7/8"h; ABC plate with design of children, dog and pups and legend "That girl wants the pup away/ But its mother's look say nay", 6"d; porcelain side plate with black transfer of a castle in background and deer in foreground within a pink lustre ring and blue rim with black ink back stamp "T. Hulse", 6 7/8"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 50.00

    271. Porcelain occupational shaving mug ca. 1860-1890; butcher's shaving mug with a steer's head, saw, bone chopper, knife and steel, personalized for "W.H. Horn" with artist signature on base "Ph Eisemann", 3 1/2"d, 3 3/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 65.00

    272. Porcelain occupational shaving mug ca. 1860-1890; wood worker's shaving mug with the craftsman at his bench with his tools, personalized for "Charles Hill" having a base green ink back stamp "KPM/Germany", 3 5/8"d, 3 5/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    273. Porcelain occupational shaving mug ca. 1860-1890; for a cabinet maker with the craftsman at his bench with his tools, personalized for "J.D. Muir" and having pink reserves, 3 3/4"d, 3 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 140.00

    274. Tin cow weathervane on lightning rod ca. 1880; highly pressed cow showing great detail painted with copper paint and mounted to a copper pipe the rod capped with a tin cone, 14"x 10" cow; 31"x 31" overall; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 375.00

    275. 2 primitives ca. 1890-1910; splayed leg PA footstool with green paint, chamfered base and a floral stencil paint design, 15"x 8 1/2"x 6 1/2"; large oak splint market basket/pretzel tray with owner's name "Anna E. Shupe" on handle, 25"x 13"x 9"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    276. Eastlake Victorian doll dresser with mirror ca. 1880-1900; three drawer mahogany dresser with white porcelain knobs, Eastlake style mirror with pediment crown and two candle shelves, mirror with line accents and black paint, 13"x 5 3/4"x 8 1/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 75.00

    277. Rosewood veneered frame ca. 1850-1870; ogee frame with rosewood veneer in half lap construction, 12 1/2"x 15"x 1 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 25.00

    278. 3 hand wrought Suffolk thumb latches ca. 1740-1760; Moravian-style latch plate with dominant upper cusp in bulb and stem pattern with a lower spade cusp, 2 3/8"x 8 1/2"x 2"; simple latch plate with butterfly wing upper and ball shaped lower cusp, 2 1/4"x 8 1/2"x 1 7/8"; spade upper and lower cusp with thumb latch, 1 3/4"x 9 3/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 95.00

    279. 4 wooden butter prints ca. 1850-1900; turned round print with carved pinwheel leaf petal design and knob handle; turned round print with carved turtle doves on heart design, coggled edge and knob handle; factory-made round mold with simple cloverleaf and star design and handle; small factory made round mold with cloverleaf and star design; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 110.00

    280. 2 household accessories ca. 1850-1910; Turner & Co. brass chamber stick with push-up tubular stick and pan base with finger handle, 6 1/4"d, 5"h; cast iron lion still bank with wrapped back tail, 5"x 1 1/2"x 4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 45.00

    281. Mahogany inlaid dresser top box ca. 1940s; marquetry inlaid jewelry chest with raised feet, patriotic shield on front of chest, quilted diamond inlay sides with central star design, top with central star and corner block stars, velvet lined interior and interior tray and a mirror under the lid, 14"x 9 1/2"x 8 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 210.00

    282. Refinished softwood dome top trunk ca. 1850; traveler's trunk with original drop handles, lock and hasp refinished with a dark walnut stain, 18"x 13"x 12"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 85.00

    283. Refinished dome top trunk ca. 1830-1850; refinished in maple finish having a cross hatch diamond pattern added, brass push pins, heart shaped replacement handles and interior lined with 1814-1840 era newspapers, 24"x 13"x 10 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    284. "Moxie Boy" cardboard trade sign ca. 1940-1950s; "Moxie Boy" soda jerk pointing his finger with a Moxie associate lapel tin, 18"x 18" display; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    285. 4 Moxie soda advertising items ca. 1890-1950; early handled embossed mug with high cone in base, 3"d, 5"h; two 1950s era frosted "Drink Moxie" glasses, 2 1/2"x 4" ea; 7 oz. soda bottle with two color painted label, 2 1/8"d, 7 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 85.00

    286. Porcelain Hires Syrup dispenser ca. 1910-1920; dispenser for a soda fountain having a concave center form with "Drink Hires It Is Pure" in orange lettering and accented with a black bottom marked "The Charles E. Hires Co., Philadelphia" with a porcelain knob on nickel plated pump, 7 1/2"d, 15 1/2"h; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 280.00

    287. Independence Hall candy container bank ca. 1926; Philadelphia Sesquicentennial Exposition candy container of Independence Hall with tin base, 4 1/2"x 3"x 7 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 30.00

    288. 4 glass candy containers ca. 1910-1930; "Tune In" radio with bullhorn on top of three dial slant front  with candy and metal base, 2 1/2"x 1 5/8"x 4 3/8"; small cottage with brick fireplace and shed dormer roof, 2 3/4"x 2 1/4"x 2 3/8"; WWI era type tank with green and black paint, 4 3/8"x 2"x 2 1/2"; later era windmill with tin base, tin cone with propeller and "Teddy Weathervane", 1 7/8"x 1 7/8"x 6 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 90.00

    289. 5 glass candy containers ca. 1900-1930; Ben Austrian inspired "Chick & Rabbit" in swan boat with partial paint, 4 1/4"x 1 1/4"x 2 5/8"; Ben Austrian inspired chick hatching from egg driving car with glass wheels, 4 1/4"x 1 3/4"x 2 1/4"; steamer pumper fire truck with driver and glass wheels along with original candy, 4 7/8"x 1 5/8"x 3 1/8"; standing Santa with original screw on lid, 2 1/4"d, 4 3/8"; late painted clown on rocking horse, 4 1/4"x 1 3/8"x 3 5/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 140.00

    290. Planters Peanut 10 lb trade advertising tin ca. 1900; tin for salted peanuts having pennant with Mr. Peanut in blue, red, silver and black trade advertising on black tin, 8 3/8"d, 9 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 190.00

    291. Gray agate tea set with framed ad ca. 1890; four piece gray graniteware tea set with nickel plated handles, rim and collars: coffee pot with finial lid; two handle sugar bowl with lid; handled creamer; two handled spooner; un-matching serving tray; framed reproduction trade sign for "Perfection Granite Ironware" produced by Bowman & Co., West Meriden Co., 20"x 26 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 230.00

    292. 2 pcs. cobalt swirl graniteware ca. 1870-1900; eight hole muffin pan with bright blue and white swirl design, 14 3/8"x 7 1/4"x 1 1/4"; large domed lid coffee pot with handle and spout, 7"d, 11 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 150.00

    293. 2 pcs. cobalt swirl graniteware ca. 1900-1930; medium coffee pot with dome lid, gooseneck spout, handle and knob of lid with black accent, 5 1/8"d, 9 1/4"h; 3 quart milk pale with swing wire handle and tin lid, 4 7/8"d, 9"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    294. 4 pcs. gray enamelware ca. 1880-1900; signed LaLance & Grosjean Mfg. child's coffee pot with tin lid, 3 1/2"x 5 3/4"; two unsigned graduated measuring cups, 2 3/8"x 2 1/2" & 2 7/8"x 3 1/4"; miniature basin/bowl with hanger hole, 2 3/4"x 1 5/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 150.00

    295. 4 pcs. blue swirl graniteware ca. 1880-1920; 4 quart milk pail with wire handle and tin lid, 5 1/2"d, 10 1/2"h; small ball shape pitcher, 3 1/4"x 5 1/2"; wire screen egg separator with blue swirl decoration, 4"d, 1 1/2" handle; small basin for egg separator, 4 3/8"d, 1 3/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 180.00

    296. 6 pcs. swirl pattern graniteware ca. 1860-1900; emerald color medium deep bowl, 7 1/4"d, 2 3/8"h; emerald color round deep dish plate, 9"d, 1 1/4"h; brown pie plate, 8 7/8"d, 7/8"h; two brown dinner plates, 9"d; blue/green pie plate, 9 3/4"d, 7/8"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 110.00

    297. J.H. Howard graduated set of 4 wooden dry measures ca. 1870-1890; steam bent oak splint measures with pine bottoms with splints fastened with steel nails and the bottom of each measure branded "J.H. Howard"; 5 7/8"d, 3 3/4"h; 7 1/4"d, 4 1/2"h; 9"d, 5 3/8"h; 11 1/2"d, 6 1/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 220.00

    298. Group of 4 wooden primitives ca. 1840-1870; homemade wooden two-sided washboard with hand planed arched V grooves, 8 3/4"x 23 1/4"; assembled graduated set of dry grain measures with oak splint with softwood bottoms: smallest branded "E.E. Manufacturer & Sealer, Wilton, NH", 7 1/8"d, 4 3/8"h; medium size unsigned made of quarter-sawn oak, 9"d, 5 1/4"h; large size branded "C.A. Wilkins Manufacturer, Henniker, NH", 11 1/2"d, 6 1/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 180.00

    299. Pair of tall hogscraper candlesticks ca. 1750-1800; sheet metal base with double tubular stick having a thumb push-up unsigned and center of shaft bound with brass ring, 4 3/4"d, 12 3/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 1,350.00

    300. Rectangular redware loaf dish ca. 1860-1890; with applied simple three line cream slip and faint copper oxide sponging on a reddish-brown lead glaze ground and a coggled rim, 2 7/8"x 10"x 13 3/8"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 300.00

    301. 3 PA redware items ca. 1880; pair of reddish brown lead glazed pie dishes, 7 1/4"d, 1 7/8"h; scalloped rim Turk's head food mold with manganese sponging on a reddish brown lead glaze having 14 swirled interior ribs ending in a hollow central cone, 7 1/2"d, 2 7/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    302. PA redware flower pot ca. 1885; flower pot with attached saucer in reddish-brown lead glaze with iron speckling; pot with cavetto banded rim and a pair of mid-section incised rings; tooled saucer with slightly rolled rim and pair of mid-section raised rings and a rounded everted foot, 5 5/8"d, 4 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    303. 3 PA redware jelly jars ca. 1885; slightly bulbous jar with yellowish brown lead glaze, flattened rolled rim and incised collar ring, 5 3/8"d, 5"h; slightly bulbous jar with brown lead glaze, rolled rim and everted foot, 4 7/8"d, 4 1/2"h; slightly bulbous jar with reddish-brown lead glaze with some iron speckling, rolled canted rim, incised neck ring and slightly everted foot, 4 1/8"d, 4 3/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 85.00

    304. 2 PA manganese glazed redware items ca. 1875; cylindrical jug with a ribbed strap handle, rolled rim and tooled indented foot, 4 3/4"d, 6 1/2"h; cylindrical jar with rolled everted rim and recessed lid ledge in mouth, 5 3/8"d, 8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 100.00

    305. Cobalt decorated stoneware rolling pin ca. 1860-1930; white Bristol glazed stoneware rolling pin with stenciled floral cobalt designs on both ends and turned hardwood handles, 3 1/8"d, 8"l stoneware; 16 7/8"l with handles; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 65.00

    306. 2 cobalt decorated stoneware pitchers ca. 1860-1930; both white Bristol glazed cylindrical stoneware pitchers with stenciled floral cobalt designs: one with cobalt rim and cobalt base band, attached molded twig form handle and dished out base with flattened foot ring and simple tooled indented rim, 5 1/4"d, 6 3/4"h; one with cobalt rim and three evenly spaced rings inclosing two bands of floral motifs and having an attached simple rolled form handle and dished out base with flattened foot ring, 5 3/4"d, 8 5/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 90.00

    307. Cobalt decorated stoneware rolling pin ca. 1860-1930; white Bristol glazed stoneware rolling pin with stenciled floral cobalt designs on ends and turned hardwood handles, 2 5/8"d, 7 1/4"l; 14 7/8"l with handles; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 100.00

    308. 2 cobalt decorated stoneware pitchers ca. 1860-1930; white Bristol glazed molded cylindrical stoneware pitchers with cobalt wash both with applied molded rope twist handles, dished out base with flattened foot rings: pitcher with molded round central butterfly motifs and top and bottom borders of butterflies within cable rings, 5 5/8"d, 8 1/8"h; pitcher with molded oval central cattle motif and top and bottom sawtooth borders, 5 1/2"d, 8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 75.00

    309. Cobalt stenciled stoneware rolling pin & 2 covered spice jars ca. 1860-1930; white Bristol glazed stoneware rolling pin with cobalt stenciled floral designs on both ends having nicely turned hardwood handles, 2 3/4"d, 7 3/8"l stoneware, 15 3/8"l with handles; two covered cobalt stenciled stoneware spice jars with tooled bases and raised foot rings: molded cylindrical jar with three cobalt rings bracketing two decorated bands with one labeled "Allspice", molded tapered spiral base, simple over-hanging domed lid with spiral band next to knob and two cobalt rings, 3"d, 3 3/4"h; molded barrel form jar with four cobalt rings bracketing three decorated bands, central band labeled "Cloves", simple domed lid with cobalt rim and cobalt decorated button knob, base of jar with incised "2", 3 1/8"d, 4 1/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    310. 2 molded stoneware pitchers with cobalt wash ca. 1860-1930; barrel form with simple handle and four slightly swirled vertical cobalt bands, 6 1/4"d, 8 5/8"h; slightly bulbous cylinder form with molded design of a deer and fawn under a tree having a cobalt washed rim and base, 6 1/2"d, 8 1/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 60.00

    311. 2 ceramic rolling pins ca. 1860-1930; yelloware rolling pin with hardwood handle, 3 1/4"d, 8"l yelloware, 14 7/8"l with handle; white Bristol glazed stoneware rolling pin with hardwood handle and each end having three brushed cobalt rings, 3 1/4"d, 7 7/8"l stoneware, 14 3/8" with handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 190.00

    312. 2 Roseville pitchers ca. 1900-1930; two early molded earthenware Roseville pitchers with polychromal motifs: barrel form with blue tulips and green fronds on a yellow ground grading to a brownish rim and foot, 6 3/8"d, 7 1/4"h; "Cow" pitcher featuring two brown cows each under a tree standing in grass, 6 1/2"d, 7 5/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    313. 4 molded stoneware articles with some cobalt coloration ca. 1900-1930; cylindrical pitcher with molded floral sprig on basket-weave sides, rope twist handle and cobalt washed rim and foot, 5 1/8"d, 8 3/8"h; round soap dish with two interior raised rings and an indented rim, 5 3/8"d, 7/8"h; round soap dish with raised central cobalt washed floral design within a geometric border and a cobalt rim, 4 3/4"d, 1"h; rectangular soap dish with cut corners and cobalt sponging, 7/8"x 3 1/4"x 4 5/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    314. Cobalt decorated stoneware jar & jug ca. 1870-1885; cylindrical jar with four simple three leaf cobalt motifs, tooled flattened rim and recessed neck band attributed to Baltimore, MD area, 5 5/8"d, 8 1/2"h; slightly bulbous squat jug with flower, bug and foliage cobalt design having a flattened mouth rim, applied handle with slight ribbing and Albany slip glaze interior attributed to the mid-Atlantic region, 8 1/4"d, 9 1/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 280.00

    315. 3 gallon cobalt decorated Jn. Weaver crock ca. 1865; slightly bulbous crock with brushed cobalt designs of four eight-pointed star bursts above a line with dots and four comma flourishes, impressed "J. Weaver" (John Weaver, Beaver, PA) highlighted with cobalt and "3", pair of molded lug ear handles with cobalt daubs on terminals, tooled flattened extended rim and a pair of impressed collar rings with Albany slip glaze interior, 11"d, 11 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 325.00

    316. 2 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware crock ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with slipped cobalt design of a bird on a flower stem impressed "2" and "W Roberts, Binghamton, NY" (William) with a tooled flattened extended rim, applied molded pair of lug ear handles, impressed collar ring and an Albany slip glaze interior, 10 1/4"d, 9 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 210.00

    317. PA redware slip decorated loaf dish ca. 1855; PA oval redware loaf dish with three-quill cup applied cream slip on a reddish-brown lead glaze ground and a coggled rim, 2 3/8"x 11 7/8"x 15"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 160.00

    318. Shell & seaweed majolica covered teapot ca. 1885; American earthenware cylindrical form covered teapot having a conch lid finial, bottom with black ink "22" back stamp and blue, brown, green and lavender exterior glazing and lavender interior glazing, 4 3/4"d, 5 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 150.00

    319. Staffordshire duck on a nest ca. 1840-1860; English Staffordshire earthenware duck with duckling on a nest, well-colored duck sitting with a plain duckling on green ground on a yellow nest, 6 1/4"x 7 1/4"x 9 3/4"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 85.00

    320. Black transfer child's mug & child's blue spatter peafowl saucer ca. 1835; English Staffordshire pearlware: black transfer child's mug with men sailing by an abbey's ruins and flowers, 2 1/4"d, 2 1/4"h; child's blue spatter saucer decorated with peafowl in blue, black, orange and red, 4"d, 7/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    321. Blue & red rainbow spatter cup & saucer ca. 1840; English Staffordshire pearlware blue and red spatter handleless cup and saucer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 30.00

    322. Black & brown rainbow rose motif spatter cup & saucer ca. 1840; English Staffordshire pearlware handleless cup and saucer decorated with black, green and red rose designs; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 40.00

    323. Blue shell rimmed pearlware oval platter ca. 1810; English blue shell rimmed pearlware oval platter with urn of mixed flowers in blue, brown, green, orange and yellow with a scalloped rim, 10 7/8"x 14 3/8"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 500.00

    324. Lafayette at Franklin's Tomb historic blue coffee pot ca. 1830; English Staffordshire pearlware coffee pot with Historic Blue "Lafayette at Franklin's Tomb" transfer having a dome lid with beehive finial, 6 1/8"d, 11 1/4"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 350.00

    325. Historic Blue "States" deep dish ca. 1830; English Staffordshire pearlware deep dish with Historic Blue "States" transfer including 15 states and an indented rim, 10 1/4"d, 1 3/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 180.00

    326. Large seaweed mocha pitcher ca. 1835; English Staffordshire pearlware mocha pitcher with two bands (upper and lower) of darker blue, tan and white seaweeds on light blue bracketed by a pair of brown rings with a middle light blue collar band, 7 1/2"d, 8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    327. Pink lustre relief molded pitcher ca. 1830; English Staffordshire pearlware pitcher with raised relief design of two huntsmen with hounds and rabbit on one side and huntsmen and hounds on other side in black, brown, burnt orange, green, pink lustre and yellow, 5 3/4"x 4 1/4"x 4 5/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 30.00

    328. Blue paint decorated pantry box ca. 1850; round shaped hickory band box in iron nail construction with a pine lid and bottom and blue milk paint, 8 1/2"d, 4 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 230.00

    329. Sheet metal miner's bird cage ca. 1900; red painted four post frame riveted to round sheet metal base having a candle holder in the middle, clip in water dish holder, fence with single door and a sheet metal roof with hanger, 11"d, 15 1/2"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 230.00

    330. Small red painted slant lid desk ca. 1830-1850; table top field desk in dovetailed, cut nail construction with molded trim work around the slant lid, red milk paint covered with shellac, cabinet lock with diamond inlaid key escutcheon of holly wood, 16"x 8 1/2"x 8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 220.00

    331. 2 two-hole tin candle molds ca. 1830-1900; primitive two-hole mold with oval fluted tray top, 3"x 10 1/2"x 2 1/4"; handled two-hole mold with oval fluted pan top, wired handle and soldered to mold, 4 1/2"x 10"x 2 3/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 50.00

    332. Dovetailed walnut utensil tray ca. 1800-1850; candle shaped walnut utensil tray with high arched handled ends, bead molded base fastened with cut nails, 12 1/2"- 14 1/8"x 5 1/2"-6"x 3 5/8"-6 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 160.00

    333. Shaker style green painted oval band box ca. 1850; with feathered overlap finger joint with iron nails and original dark green paint, 6 1/2"x 5"x 2 3/4"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 350.00

    334. "Goat Fluting Iron" by Myers ca. 10/3/1871 & 2/27/1872 patent; odd combination iron with decorative "goat head" cast iron handle frame with wood turned from using fluting iron portion and small brass latch on iron base allowing handle to hinge forward to allow removal of brass fluting base which is marked with a Myers patent, 7"x 3"x 4 1/2"; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00

    Sold For 1,950.00

    335. Shenandoah Valley paint decorated miniature chest ca. 1820-1850; simple miniature blanket chest in softwood attributed to Jacob or John Stirewalt of New Market, VA with fairly large dovetails in red paint and yellow stencil decoration of five leaf flower in planter on front and back of chest and stencil of three head tulip in planter on ends, 14 1/2"x 9 1/4"x 8"; Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 1,700.00

    336. 2 small wooden novelty boxes ca. 1890-1920; Mexican mahogany trinket box with three interior trays, front with fine carving of an eagle grasping a snake and back of box with liberty cap and scroll with "Ley", 4 1/4"x 3 1/8"x 4"; turned wooden soap box with L.T.S.O. painted on top, 4 1/2"d, 2 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 25.00

    337. Cast iron top hat spittoon ca. 1880-1890; figural spittoon produced by Standard Mfg. Co., Pittsburgh, PA shaped like a gentleman's top hat with interior having original porcelain lining, 10 3/4"x 8 1/2"x 7 1/4"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 260.00

    338. Unmarked American pewter ca. 1860-1870; four piece tea service including two covered teapots, a covered sugar and a creamer; a lidded syrup and an open sugar bowl; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 95.00

    339. Thomas Danforth boardman pewter flagon ca. 1835; pewter communion flagon with double C handle marked on base "Boardman & Co, New York" with a flared base, [Provenance: Third Presbyterian Church, Camden, NJ collection], 5 7/8"d, 11 1/8"h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 400.00

    340. Pewter Boardman chalice & baptismal bowl ca. 1835; unmarked pewter: Thomas Danforth Boardman chalice, 3 3/4"d, 7"h; footed baptismal bowl, 7 3/4"d, 5"h, [Provenance: Third Presbyterian Church, Camden, NJ collection]; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 190.00

    341. Softwood hanging clock shelf ca. 1880; designed to hold an ogee style shelf clock with decorative cut side and small bookshelf under a clock shelf stained in a red cherry color, 18"x 5 1/4"x 33"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    342. Mixed pine sugar keeper chest ca. 1840-1880; heavy framed pine chest in dark walnut stain having tongue and groove solid panel ends having a half lapped and nailed into front and back pieces with high arch bracket feet, cast butt hinges, brass screw latch assembly, decorative panels on front and sides and name "Sallie" written inside, 15 1/4"x 12"x 17"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 210.00

    343. 3 tin candle molds ca. 1800-1900; six hole candle mold with tray top and applied handle, 3 3/4"x 2 3/4"x 10 1/2"; six hole candle mold with tray top and base, 4 1/4"x 3 1/2"x 10 1/2"; twelve hole candle mold with oval pan top and base and strap soldered handle, 7"x 3"x 11"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    344. Heart shaped tin cheese mold ca. 1890-1910; primitive made mold with pierce work bottom and sides having small triangular feet and small strap handle, 4"x 3 3/4"x 2 3/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 150.00

    345. Yellow painted carpenter's tool tray ca. 1840; dovetailed tray with slots cut-in end for a hand saw to extend past rail and sides and ends tapered with large center divider with heart shaped hand grasp, 24"x 16"x 8 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 260.00

    346. Wire paper bag rack ca. 1890-1910; nine tier rack with four scroll rolled feet, "X" braced tapered legs and nine various size bag display shelves, 10"- 4 1/2"x 10 1/2"-2 1/2"x 30"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 130.00

    347. Salesman sample walking plow ca. 1830-1850; single wooden rail turned to tapered with plate on rail having series holes, mold board mounted to skate plate and shaft; handles "S" braced on a wrought frame mounted to plow shaft, wrought iron frame of grasp and turned handles, 32"x 16"x 13"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 750.00

    348. Iron collapsible sewing swift ca. 1850s; iron collapsible swift with decorative C-clamp base having openwork decorative screw and umbrella style push-up keeper, 5"-25"d, 24 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 50.00

    349. Wooden 1 door parts bin ca. 1900; mixed softwood one door wall cupboard painted black with 26 interior wooden parts drawers having simple eye screws, drawer pulls and door with small cabinet lock, 19 1/2"x 7 1/2"x 21 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 160.00

    350. Double slide lid parts drawer ca. 1840; dovetailed pine box with wrought iron handle, raised panel double slide lids, dado cuts for shelves or dividers in interior, 16"x 6"x 18 3/4"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 260.00

    351. Wooden "Whispering Pines" trade sign ca. 1870-1900; softwood rectangular sign with mitred corners and chamfered edges painted in white base paint and lettered in black paint, 41"x 12 3/4"x 1 1/2"; Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 450.00

    352. 2 Suffolk style thumb latches ca. 1730-1780; early 18th century thumb latch with matching larger upper and lower cusp in bulb and claw pattern, 2 1/2"x 10 3/4" with 2 1/8" grasp; upper dominated cusp with bulb and spur design and lower spade cusp, 2 3/4"x 9" with 4" grasp; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 150.00

    353. 4 Suffolk thumb latches ca. 18th century-1950; early 1700s latch with lower dominant cusp, 2"x 12"; Montgomery Co. type turnip and spire upper cusp with bevel work shoulder and lower lima bean cusp, 2"x 9 3/8"; spire and ball upper cusp and altered lower cusp, 2 1/4"x 9 1/2"; reproduction lath with matched upper and lower half moon and spear design cusp, 2 5/8"x 12 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 120.00

    354. 3 pair of Moravian rams horn side hinges ca. 1730-1780; set/pair of small cabinet door side hinges in ball tipped ram's horn design, 2 3/8"x 6 5/8"; pair of exterior door Moravian mustache/ram's horn hinges with ball tips, 2 3/4"x 8 7/8"; pair of Moravian mustache/ram's horn hinges with ball tips, 3"x 10 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 350.00

    355. 2 pair of H&L side hinges ca. 1790+; attributed to New England for a light/interior door, 8 3/4"x 8"; assembled set for exterior/heavy door, 11 7/8"x 11 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 60.00

    356. Ornate wrought iron thumb latch ca. 1780; uncommon bulb and flower shoot Suffolk latch with dominant upper cusp with double shoot and lower cusp with single shoot, 8"x 17 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 1,000.00

    357. Group of wrought iron hardware ca. 1830; simple ball topped pin joint strap hinges, 2"x 17 1/2"; pair of wrapped side pintels with ball top and chamfered edges, 10" off-set; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    358. 2 pair ornate Moravian ram's horn side hinges ca. 1750+; pair with ornate scroll design horns and ball tips with chamfered edges, 14"x 6"; heavier set with pointed tip horns and ornate scroll design horns having chamfered edges, 13 1/2"x 7 1/2"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 525.00

    359. 3 individual ornate hinges ca. 1730-1830; French influenced strap hinge with ribbon and scroll toolwork decoration and ornate cross cusp, 1 1/4"x 18 1/2"; Dutch colonial-type spade tipped strap hinge with pinned fleur-de-lis side member, 5 1/2"x 15 1/2"; small wrapped ball tip strap hinge with ram's horn side member, 6 3/4"x 13 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 95.00

    360. 3 pcs. ornated wrought iron hardware ca. 1730-1800; cock's head strap hinge with wrapped ornate tulip design side member; ornate Moravian-type ram's horn side hinge with ball tips and chamfered edges; European-style leaf design key escutcheon with embossed scroll design; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 180.00

    361. Pair of pin strap hinges with frog's leg side members ca. 1780; small barn door hinges with ball cusp straps pin hinged to ball cusp frog's leg side members, 10"x 24 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 200.00

    362. Hand wrought flesh fork signed "F.G. Farmer" ca. 1890-1930; three prong wrought iron butcher fork with band decoration and struck twice by F.G. Farmer with a wrapped hook hanger, 3"x 20"; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 210.00

    363. Signed hand wrought butcher skimmer ladle ca. 1850-1900; signed "J. Frey" wrapped handle ladle with decorative indentations on top of handle, 5 1/2"d, 18 3/4"h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 60.00

    364. PA slipware plate ca. 1855; PA slipware coggled rim plate with three-quill cup trailed yellow slip on a brown lead glazed ground, 7 3/4"d, 1 1/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 170.00

    365. PA redware pouring cup ca. 1855; pouring cup with four spots of manganese sponging on a red-brown lead glazed ground, coggled neck band, applied ribbed strap handle and a straight tapered side, 4 3/4"d, 2 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 140.00

    366. PA slipware plate ca. 1855; plate with three-quill cup trailed yellow slip on a reddish-brown lead glazed ground and a coggled rim, 8 5/8"d, 1 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    367. PA redware small pitcher ca. 1855; bulbous form with areas of manganese sponging on a yellow-brown lead glazed ground, applied ribbed handle, coggled collar band and twin coggled shoulder bands, 4 5/8"d, 5 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 290.00

    368. PA redware small pitcher ca. 1855; cylindrical form with areas of manganese sponging on a dark brown lead glazed ground with an applied ribbed handle and coggled neck band, 4"d, 5"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 190.00

    369. PA redware creamer & cup ca. 1860-1900s; slightly bulbous creamer with iron speckled reddish-brown lead glaze and applied ribbed strap handle, 3 5/8"d, 3 7/8"h; slightly bulbous cup with light manganese sponging on a reddish-brown lead glazed ground and applied strap handle, 4 3/8"d, 3 5/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 190.00

    370. PA redware lidded pitcher ca. 1885; straight sided taper slightly larger at base, brown lead glazing with contrasting tan spots showing through, lid ledge within mouth, slightly ribbed applied handle and slightly conical lid with squat conical knob, 4 3/4"d, 5 5/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 180.00

    371. PA miniature redware bowl & cup ca. 1875; tapered straight-sided bowl with rounded rim, manganese daub on dark red-brown lead glazed interior and rim and plain glazed exterior, 2 7/8"d, 1 3/8"h; squat cup with yellowish-brown lead glazing and applied strap handle, 2 1/4"d, 1 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 180.00

    372. 2 slightly bulbous PA redware handled cups ca. 1885; both with turned out rounded rims and applied ribbed strap handle: one with three faint raised border bands, dark yellow-brown lead glazing and some iron speckles, 4 5/8"d, 3 1/2"h; one with brown lead glazing with faint manganese spotting, 3 3/4"d, 3 1/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    373. PA redware pitcher ca. 1900-1930; PA slightly bulbous redware pitcher with dark reddish-brown lead glaze with some iron speckling, applied ribbed strap handle, bottom pencil inscribed "Original Maryland Pottery/year of 1840/Hand Moulded (sic) by Family of Babarra (sic) Laech? (?sic)",  [Note: cataloguer attributes the pitcher to Henry Schofield, early 20th century who worked along the Mason-Dixon line], 5 3/4"d, 6 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 270.00

    374. PA redware jar with lid ca. 1860; cylindrical jar in dark brown manganese lead glaze, plain edge everted with interior ridge for lid, indented ring at foot, disk form lid with squat conical knob, 4 3/4"d, 6 1/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    375. Short yelloware mug & 2 small PA redware food molds ca. 1860-1885; short yelloware mug with white band on belly bracketed by a pair of brown rings, applied ribbed strap handle, 3"d, 3"h; deep bowl mold with ten ridged pinwheel center and ten ribbed scalloped rim, yellowish-brown lead glaze interior and manganese sponging on the same exterior glaze, 4 1/4"d, 2 1/4"h; sixteen-ridged wagon wheel with hub interior mold, bowl shaped form and overall brown lead glazing, 4 1/8"d, 1 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 170.00

    376. PA redware pouring cup ca. 1860; flared bowl form with shallow side spout, ribbed strap handle, interior brown lead glaze and exterior and rim with manganese sponging on the same glaze, 5 3/4"d, 2 7/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 220.00

    377. 2 PA redware jugs ca. 1850-1885; ovoid form with yellow-brown lead glaze, three daubs of manganese, applied ribbed strap handle and rolled rim, 5 3/8"d, 6 1/2"h; cylindrical form with manganese lead glazing, large mouth, rolled rim and ribbed strap handle, 4 7/8"d, 6"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 230.00

    378. 2 cobalt decorated stoneware jars ca. 1865-1880; two salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jars with brushed cobalt decoration: small jar with five simple three stroke fan motifs, tooled flattened rim with indented band and slightly raised rings, incised shoulder ring, decorated in the manner of Thomas Grier, Mt Jordan Pottery, 4 3/4"d, 6 7/8"h; one gallon jar with simple feathered motif on shoulder with two large commas and two "C" flower designs, tooled flattened rim with indented band and adjacent raised ring with incised ring, impressed "I" and attributed to south of the Mason Dixon line, 6 3/4"d, 10 1/8"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 325.00

    379. FH Cowden cobalt decorated jug ca. 1885; slightly bulbous salt glazed stoneware jug with stenciled oval cobalt Victorian design, impressed "FH Cowden/Harrisburg" with cobalt daubs at handle terminals and an Albany slip glaze interior, 7 7/8"d, 10 5/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 260.00

    380. Cobalt decorated stoneware pitcher ca. 1885; slightly bulbous salt glazed stoneware pitcher with simple brushed cobalt decorations including two three-stroke fan motifs at rim, some brush work at spout, daubs at handle terminals and a frontal feathered shoulder line with drooping flower, Albany slip glazed interior and attributed to Remmy Pottery, Phila., PA, 6 1/2"d, 9"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 650.00

    381. Cobalt decorated Shenfelder jar ca. 1885; cylindrical salt glazed stoneware jar with typical brushed cobalt Shenfelder, Reading, PA flower and foliage with a tooled flattened rim with indented band above a raised and incised ring, two incised chest rings and Albany slip glaze interior, 5 5/8"d, 7 7/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 375.00

    382. Cobalt decorated stoneware pitcher ca. 1885; small slightly bulbous salt glazed stoneware pitcher with simple brushed cobalt decorations that include three three-stroke fan motifs at rim, daubs at handle terminals and a frontal feathered shoulder line with a drooping flower and an Albany slip glazed interior attributed to "Remmy Pottery, Phila, PA", 5"d, 7 1/8"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 1,150.00

    383. F.H. Cowden cobalt decorated jug ca. 1885; slightly bulbous salt glazed stoneware jug with brushed cobalt two flowered design, cobalt daubs at handle terminals and an Albany slip glaze interior, 7 3/8"d, 10 7/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 210.00

    384. Oval pearlware blue feather transfer platter ca. 1835; English Staffordshire oval pearlware platter in blue feather transfer design with red and yellow infilled flowers, indented rim and blue ink back stamp "Feather" and "W&C" (Wood & Challinor), 14 3/4"x 17 3/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 85.00

    385. Green feather transfer wash bowl & pitcher ca. 1835; English Staffordshire eight lobbed rim pearlware: wash bowl and pitcher in green feather transfer design with red and yellow infilled flowers and green ink back stamp "Feather" and "W&C", 12 3/8"d, 4"h washbowl; 6 3/8"d, 10 3/4"h pitcher; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 230.00

    386. Pair of pearlware green feather transfer covered vegetables ca. 1835; English Staffordshire pearlware rectangular covered vegetables in green feather transfer with red and yellow infilled flowers, elaborate floral finials on each lid and green ink back stamp "Feather" and "W&C", 5 1/2"x 9 3/4"x 12 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 160.00

    387. Pearlware green feather transfer graduated set of 3 bowls & pitcher ca. 1835; set of three bowls and an eight-lobbed pitcher in green feather transfer with red and yellow infilled flowers and green ink back stamp "Feather" and "W&C", 5"d, 2 5/8"h bowl; 5 7/8"d, 3"h bowl; 7 7/8"d, 3 3/4"h bowl; 6 1/2"d, 10 3/4"h pitcher; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    388. Pearlware cup plate & 2 toddys in feather transfer ca. 1835; English Staffordshire pearlware toddy plate in blue feather transfer with red and yellow infilled flowers, indented rim and blue ink back stamp "11", 4 1/2"d; pearlware cup plate in green feather transfer with red and yellow infilled flowers and an indented rim, 4"d; pearlware toddy plate in green feather transfer with red and yellow infilled flowers and green ink back stamp "Feather" and "W&C", 5 1/4"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 65.00

    389. 9 pearlware green feather transfer dishes ca. 1835; six English Staffordshire pearlware dinner plates in green feather transfer design with red and yellow infilled flowers, indented rims and green ink back stamp "Feather" and "W&C", 9 1/4"- 9 3/8"d; three English Staffordshire pearlware deep dishes in green feather transfer design with red and yellow infilled flowers, indented rims and green ink back stamp "Feather" and "W&C", 9 1/4"d, 1 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    390. Pearlware green feather transfer cups & saucers ca. 1835; English Staffordshire pearlware in green feather transfer with red and yellow infilled flowers: 13 handleless cups, 4"- 4 1/8"d, 2 3/8"h; 14 plain rim saucers with green ink back stamp "Feather" and "W&C", 6"d, 1 1/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    391. 8 pearlware green feather dishes ca. 1835; English Staffordshire pearlware dishes in green feather transfer design with red and yellow infilled flowers, indented rims and green ink back stamp "Feather" and "W&C": dinner plate, 10 5/8"d; four deep dishes, 10 1/4"- 10 1/2"d, 1 1/2"- 1 3/4"h; luncheon plate, 8"d; two cheese dishes, 7 1/8"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    392. 10 pearlware green feather transfer dishes ca. 1835; English Staffordshire pearlware dishes in green feather transfer design with red and yellow infilled flowers, plain rims, green ink back stamp "Feather" and "W&C": pair of dinner plates, 10 1/4"d; luncheon plate, 8 7/8"d; three luncheon plates, 8 1/8"- 8 1/4"d; four cheese plates, 7"- 7 1/8"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 100.00

    393. Set of graduated sleigh bells ca. 1890; strap of 30 graduated cast sleigh bells with well-oiled belt, 1 1/4"x 6' strap; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 300.00

    394. 2 small dresser top boxes ca. 1930; small cherry dresser box in simple nail construction with extended base, round edge lid, small butt hinges and small cabinet lock, 8 1/4"x 4 5/8"x 4"; slant front miniature chest in dovetailed construction with a batten board lid and small baseboard molding, 10 1/2"x 4 3/4"-4"x 4 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 90.00

    395. Hobo lantern ca. 1920; make-do fluid lantern made from old can parts including old beer bottle cap wick base, old tuna fish can fluid base, twisted wire hanger and four clear glass lenses, 3 1/2"x 4"x 10 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    396. Painted handled pantry box ca. 1880; oak splint round band box with oak splint band lid, softwood bottom and lid, swing wire handle with wooden grasp and painted in light brown, 11 1/2"d, 6 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 220.00

    397. 2 wooden kitchen primitives ca. 1850; cherry wood wall pocket for knives and utensils having a sloped front with half lap construction, chamfered softwood base and beaded sides, 16"x 5 1/4"- 6"x 5"; green painted softwood scouring box in simple nail construction with sand keeper compartment, 14"x 5 3/4"x 2 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 375.00

    398. Turned maple butter bowl ca. 1850; having exterior red milk paint and rich interior patina, 15 3/4"d, 4 3/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 280.00

    399. 2 small wooden buckets ca. 1890-1920; coopered tapered wooden firkin with three metal bands and swing wire handle, 5 3/4"-6 3/4"d, 6 1/4"h; wooden butter tub with sloped out rim and loose wire handle, 6 3/4"- 8 1/2"d, 5"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 220.00

    400. 5 assorted wooden butter working tools ca. 1860-1910; pineapple pattern butter print with small grip knob, 4 1/8"d, 2 1/2"h; wheat sheaf pattern butter print with large grip knob, 4 1/2"d, 3"h; two carved wooden butter scoops, 5 1/4"x 9 5/8" & 4 1/2"x 9"; carved birch right angle butter working paddle, 2 3/8"x 4 1/2" with 2 1/2" handle; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 100.00

    401. Turned maple butter bowl ca. 1880; turned bowl with two raised lips and a light green milk paint wash, 17 1/4"d, 5 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 575.00

    402. 2 Native style woodland baskets ca. 1890-1930; oak splint round fish/gathering basket with steam bent arch handle, double splint rim and raised rod base, 13"d, 14 1/2"h; melon shaped twig and splint basket with oak splint handle and band with stain decoration, 9 1/2"x 9"x 9"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    403. Small cherry jewelry chest ca. 1920; non-traditionally constructed jewelry chest with single drawer base and locking lift lid chest having fine dovetail work to drawer, 7 1/2"x 6"x 7 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 240.00

    404. 2 kitchen primitives ca. 1860; softwood divided cutlery tray in dovetailed construction with arched end bands and sloped side, 14 1/2"x 6 1/2"-7 3/4"x 6"; Moravian-style walnut rolling pin with "H" frame handle, 2"d roller, 12 1/2"x 9"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    405. Grain paint decorated miniature blanket chest ca. 1840-1860; dovetail constructed chest with lift lid, brass butt hinges, interior lift lid glove box with two lower drawers, base trimmed with ogee baseboard and faux oak paint decoration throughout, 14 1/2"x 8"x 7"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 375.00

    406. 3 various kitchen molds ca. 1860-1920; rectangular small six panel springerle cookie mold with carved leaves and four animals, 2 3/4"x 5 1/2"x 1/2"; carved walnut maple sugar mold half with sheep, donkey and sailboat, 11 3/4"x 3"x 5/8"; antique cast iron rectangular cookie mold of a woodpecker on tree branch, 4 7/8"x 3"x 5/16"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    407. Large factory-turned butter bowl ca. 1860-1880; maple butter bowl with raised exterior rim and dark patina from use, 19"d, 6 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 270.00

    408. 4 various candle sconces ca. 1860-1920; late era tin wall sconce with arched back and electric wiring running to candle holder, 4 1/4"x 10 3/4"x 4 1/4"; cast iron candle sconce, 3 5/8"x 8 3/8"x 2 3/4"; two wooden spring-operated traps converted to candle holders, 4"x 6 1/4"x 7"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 50.00

    409. 2 oak splint handled baskets ca. 1900-1930; large rectangular handled market basket with double wrapped band, 17 1/2"x 13 1/2"x 13 1/2"; oblong shaped hen basket with trace of stain accents, 15 1/2"x 9"x 14 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 140.00

    410. 2 wrought iron kitchen racks ca. 1730 & 1930; small ornate single lamp hook rack that would be clipped into hearth mantel, 9 1/2"x 7 1/4"x 2 3/4"; reproduction five hook utensil rack with heart design scrollwork back, 14 1/2"x 7 1/2"x 2 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 200.00

    411. 12 assorted wooden primitives ca. 1800-1930; turned cigar shaped crochet needle holder with turned lid, 1"d, 8 1/4"h; six turned cherry wood clothes pins with molded knob tops, 3/4"d, 6 1/4"h; wooden band wire sieve with original George A. Williams & Son label, 9"d, 2 1/2"h; small wooden band sieve with label of William Chesebrough Jr. and copper nails, 3 1/2"d, 2"h; wooden band cheese strainer with hemp fiber band, 6"d, 4 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 240.00

    412. Small green painted tool chest ca. 1920; small tool chest with large dovetail joints, molded baseboard and hinged lid with trim, 11 3/4"x 8 1/4"x 6 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 140.00

    413. 2 painted wooden double dry measures ca. 1900; both coopered with wire bands: one in red and one in blue-green milk paint, 10"-11"d, 12 3/4"h each; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 425.00

    414. Group of wooden primitives ca. 1880-1930; three copper line marking blocks including an elongated two flower design, 7"x 2 1/2"x 1 3/8", small corner accent, 3 3/8"x 2 7/8"x 1 3/8" and corner flower and ribbon design, 1 1/2"x 7/8"x 1 3/8"; slice of bread shaped pine cutting board, 8"x 8 5/8"x 5/8"; primitive bread board, 23 1/2"x 10 1/2"x 3/4"; carved softwood grain scoop with hook topped handle, 17 1/4"x 7 1/2"x 2 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    415. Rectangular tapered side nail tray ca. 1850; half lap and nail construction with extended bottom painted in red milk paint, 12 1/2"- 14 1/4"x 5 1/8"- 6 1/2"x 4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    416. G. Tryon dovetailed copper tea kettle ca. 1825; dovetail constructed tea kettle signed G. Tryon (Phila, PA) with dome lid, riveted spout and swing handle with brackets mounted with rounded copper rivets, 10 1/2"d, 13 1/2"h; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 90.00

    417. Pair of paint decorated duck decoys ca. 1900; matched pair of common merganser decoys primitively carved with metal weights and eye screw ties: male having a smaller body with green painted head, yellow bill and red eyes, 12 1/2"x 4"x 5"; female with a cinnamon red head, yellow bill and red eyes, 15"x 4 3/4"x 4 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 280.00

    418. Folk art carved walking stick ca. 1840-1890; featuring a relief carved man wearing a prince-style hat with the head of a pug dog protruding from right angle of handle with a dark varnish smooth finish, 33"x 5 1/2"; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 200.00

    419. Group of early lighting devices ca. 18th-19th century; early pan style fat lamp with four wick spouts and arch top hanger, 3 5/8"x 3 5/8"x 3 1/2" with 10 1/2" chain & wick pick; pair of mid-1800's tin wall sconces having an oval reflectors and pie crimp edges and candlesticks with round pan wax catchers, 6 1/4"x 10 1/2"x 2 5/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 280.00

    420. Folk art carved walking stick ca. 1860-1880; softwood pine cane topped with standing man figure in a gray painted coat and wearing a top hat, 44"; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$1,500.00

    Sold For 260.00

    421. 4 assorted kitchen primitives ca. 1850-1950; wrought iron tasting ladle with tool decoration and initials "DBP", 2 3/4"x 19 1/4"; turned walnut barrel shaped mortar and pestle with pedestal base, 5 1/2"d, 7 1/4"h, 8" pestle; tin ale warming cup with double pan base, 3 3/4"d, 4 3/4"h, 1 1/2" handle; late tulip shaped wrought iron spatula, 3 1/2"x 17 3/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 140.00

    422. Folk art carved walking stick ca. 1890; featuring a primitive carved fox head with small chips of quartz for eyes, 37"x 4"; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 75.00

    423. Folk art carved walking stick ca. 1870-1890; dogwood root with shellac in the style of "Schotckschnitzler" Simmons featuring a dog head on end of handle and relief carved heads of a man, turkey, rabbit, birds, leaves, etc. with "Ed H Miller" inscribed under handle, 35"x 5"; Additional Photo Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00

    Sold For 190.00

    424. Red painted dough bowl ca. 1870; turned maple dough bowl with molded and chamfered edge and exterior painted in red milk paint, 19 1/4"d, 6 3/8"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 325.00

    425. Ceremonial Odd Fellows Lodge fire axe ca. 1920; fireman's shaped pick axe having "tote" with heart on cheek of axe featuring 1/4" fir axe head cutout, shaped and paint decorated, 11"x 26 1/2"x 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 230.00

    426. Birth & baptism fraktur for Anna Groff by Martin Brechall ca. 1804; Martin Brechall (Lehigh Co., PA) attributed fraktur featuring the birth and baptism record of Anna Groff - daughter of George and Elizabeth Groff of Whitehall Twp., Northampton Co., PA with two large compass medallions in upper corners and central heart with tulips, 12"x 17 1/4" framed; Estimate $500.00-$1,500.00

    Sold For 2,250.00

    427. Birth & baptism fraktur for Johannes Fromm printed by J. Bauman ca. 1802; partially completed record for Johannes Fromm, son of John and Kristinna Fromm with a central printed heart motif having the red printed from a wooden block print with accent around outside for watercolor decoration and printing attributed to J. Bauman, Ephrata, PA in a modern frame, 17 1/2"x 14 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 325.00

    428. Miniature paint decorated dower chest ca. 1800-1820; dovetailed chest inspired by Selzer, Lebanon Co., PA with two panel decorated urn of tulips design on a blue-green background, lift off lid with central floral motif and "Willis" name on inside, trim nailed with cut nails and walnut turned ball feet, 9 1/4"x 5 3/4"x 5 1/2"; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $500.00-$700.00

    Sold For 425.00

    429. Lehnware covered sugar bucket ca. 1840-1890; coopered sugar bucket in salmon grain paint having three iron bands with paint decoration and a turned softwood lid with screw-in porcelain knob and turned bands with trailing vine design, 7 1/2"d, 8 1/2"h; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 375.00

    430. Maentel attributed watercolor portrait of woman ca. 1810-1830; painting on laid paper of the side profile of a woman in a black dress with black pointed shoes, a white cape covering the top of her dress, dark hair, a white bonnet and holding a wilted wild rose stem attributed to Jacob Maentel; Estimate $1,000.00-$2,000.00

    Sold For 500.00

    431. Red paint decorated softwood band box ca. 1780; PA type paint decorated band box with steam bent poplar side, pine lid and base, red milk paint and floral frond accents, 5 1/4"x 3 1/8"x 2"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 250.00

    432. Reverse painting on glass of Gov. Wolf ca. 1830; reverse painting of a young gent in blue overcoat with yellow and red vest and a high collar white shirt in center medallion with cabbage roses on top of the surround and under portrait is "Wolf" [Provenance: ex-Walter Himmelreich collection with a hand written history and signature by Himmelreich], 9"x 11 1/4"x 3/4"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 325.00

    433. Comical folk art carving of "Boy Treed by a Buck" ca. 1920-1940; unpainted carved pine figure of four individual carvings recess mounted in a pine base featuring a boy in a tree, two oversized fleur-de-lis type plants and central figure of stag in high grass, 8"x 6"x 12"; Estimate $300.00-$600.00

    Sold For 100.00

    434. Rare chalk cat nodder ca. 1800-1860; PA chalkware nodder head cat with light plaster cast large crouch body, painted collar, plaster cast cat head with painted yellow eyes and red accented ears, 6 1/2"x 3"x 3"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 100.00

    435. Chip carving of child & mother ca. 1860; unpainted whimsical carving featuring a boy kneeling with hands overlapped on his mother's lap as she sits on a chair, 1 1/2"x 3 1/2"x 4 3/4"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 180.00

    436. Set of dollhouse furniture ca. 1890-1920; wood and cardboard cigar box crafted set of furniture accented with wallpaper including: slant front secretary desk, C-roll top desk, baby stroller, flat top desk with chair, piano and bench; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 180.00

    437. Paint decorated egg shaped saffron cup ca. 1900-1930; bright colored turning in yellow with a red and yellow painted pedestal foot, green lid and red accent band, 2"d, 3 3/4"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 50.00

    438. Philadelphia area wallpaper box ca. 1810-1840; ornate blue wallpaper box with two large bird of paradise vignettes, two floral vignettes, lid with matching floral pattern and stitched to rim band and interior having newspaper lining, 12 1/2"x 9 1/8"x 5 3/4"; Estimate $400.00-$800.00

    Sold For 325.00

    439. Set of 3 wooden deer carvings attributed to Noah Weiss ca. 1900; one-sided carvings with paint decoration designed to hang on the wall including a buck with horns, 40"x 3"x 48", a doe, 40"x 2"x 29", and a fawn with spots, 26"x 1 3/4"x 20" attributed to Noah Weiss (Northampton Co., PA); Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00

    Sold For 875.00

    440. Double candlestand ca. 1780; two candle holders on top of a height adjustable center section with mortised and pinned construction resting on four legs, 18"x 18"x 24"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 625.00

    441. Splat back chair ca. 1770; vertical splat flanked by edge molded sides with carved volutes at top, rush seat supported by block and turned legs and a bulbous turned front stretcher, 18"x 18"x 41"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 150.00

    442. Candlestand ca. 1830; cherry stand with oblong top with rounded corners over a turned pedestal resting on spider legs, 22"x 16 1/4"x 26 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 180.00

    443. Child's rocking chair ca. 20th century; Walter Steely made combback child's size chair with carved volute ears flanking crest, seven spindle back, arms supported by bulbous turnings on a saddle seat with turned legs on shaped rockers and stamped "WS" on rear of seat, 22"x 28"x 30"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 325.00

    444. Combback Windsor arm chair ca. 20th century; in the manner of or possibly made by Walter Steely but unmarked; carved volute ears flanking crest over a nine spindle back with shaped arms with bulbous turned supports, saddle seat on turned legs with turned H stretchers, 28"x 18"x 45 3/4"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 925.00

    445. Paint decorated blanket chest ca. 1820; dovetailed pine chest with all over sponge decoration, inside till, butt hinges, original lock and keeper resting on straight bracket feet, 41"x 20 1/2"x 22"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 250.00

    446. Corner cabinet ca. 1840; two piece cherry cabinet with an unusual quadruple scrolled top with four rosettes over a sixteen light double door housing, three shelves, grooved for plates, butt hinges over two drawers, two door base with cut out skirt on straight bracket feet, 46"x 31"x 100"; Estimate $2,000.00-$2,500.00

    Sold For 425.00

    447. Candlestand ca. 1820; cherry wood stand with octagonal oblong top which tilts for storage on a turned Hepplewhite style pedestal above cabriole legs, 16 1/2"x 15"x 41"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 180.00

    448. Chest of drawers ca. 1860; paint decorated chest with a splash back over four drawers with ceramic pulls and the top drawer signed "Gabler-Roxbury, Franklin Co. 1855-1875" having recessed sides and straight bracket feet, 40 1/2"x 18"x 39 1/2"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 270.00

    449. Work chest ca. 1850; four drawer chest with splash back and sides in walnut with divided top drawer and walnut drawer bottoms on straight legs in an old dark green paint, 24 1/4"x 21"x 39"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    450. Dough trough ca. 1880; large pine trough for kneading dough, 76"x 24"x 8 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 290.00

    451. Work table ca. 1820; hardwood table in pegged construction with two board top on turned legs in a red wash, 36 3/4"x 27 1/4"x 30"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 190.00

    452. Jelly cupboard ca. 1860; pine and poplar in an old original red wash with one drawer over two doors opening to a single shelf having a nicely contoured skirt and straight legs, 42"x 21"x 43 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 325.00

    453. Biscuit shelf ca. 1890; oak stand with five shelves, equidistant holes on backs and shelves for dividers all resting on shoe feet, 48"x 16"x 68"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 375.00

    454. Pie safe ca. 1870; poplar safe with a cherry top with the back and side splash over two drawers over two doors each with three punched tin panels along with three panels on each side resting on turned legs, 41"x 18"x 54"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 600.00

    455. Dry sink ca. 1830; poplar sink in an old if not original red wash having a three inch deep sink with higher back and lollipop ends over two doors with a single shelf, 42"x 17"x 35"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 875.00

    456. 2 bow back Windsor chairs ca. 1810; both with seven spindle backs, saddle seats and bamboo turned legs with "H" stretchers; one painted black & one in old refinish, 20"x 17"x 35" & 20"x 16"x 36"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 150.00

    457. Biscuit rack ca. 1890; National Biscuit Company sales rack in oak with three shelves and name in gold on top cross stretcher resting on shoe feet, 25 1/2"x 10"x 55 1/2"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 675.00

    458. Milk cupboard ca. 1820; poplar cupboard with single door opening to two shelves in a red wash, 40"x 19"x 46 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 750.00

    459. Dutch cupboard ca. 1820; walnut two piece blind door Dutch cupboard with stepped molded top over two doors with recessed panels and butt hinges opening to two shelves and plate rail over a three drawer over two door base with raised panels resting on bracket feet, 59"x 20 3/4"x 86"; Estimate $1,000.00-$1,500.00

    Sold For 1,050.00

    460. Carousel horse ca. 1930; boldly decorated metal carousel horse in a prancing pose with drilled opening for post, 60"x 12"x 61"; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00

    Sold For 425.00

    461. Dutch cupboard ca. 1820; pine two part cupboard with cove molded top over two doors opening to two shelves each with six lights on a base with two drawers over two doors on straight bracket feet, 53"x 20"x 83"; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00

    Sold For 725.00

    462. Post office cabinet ca. 1870; maple cabinet with 50 mail slots trimmed with half circle molding on three sides of top, two door back with fret carvings on back and sides and a fall front double glazed door complete with an oak change holder and interior drawers accessible through back of cabinet, 40 1/2"x 30 1/2"x 42"; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 425.00

    463. Victor Shearer oil on canvas ca. 1949; oil on canvas of a rocky coastal scene with sailboats in background in a carved gold frame, 26"x 22" overall; 19 1/2"x 15 1/2" sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    464. Christopher H. Shearer oil painting ca. 1895; oil on canvas of a forest scene at sunset by Christopher H. Shearer (Reading, PA) signed and dated in lower left in a gold frame, 32 1/2"x 22 1/2" overall; 24 1/2"x 14 1/2" sight; Estimate $700.00-$1,000.00

    Sold For 1,200.00

    465. Victor Shearer oil on canvas ca. 1945; winter scene in a forest with rolling hills in the original frame, 23"x 13 1/4" sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    466. A. Roedel oil on canvas ca. 1942; spring scene of a fence and pasture beyond by A. Roedel (pseudonym for Victor Shearer, Reading, PA), 11 1/2"x 9" sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 65.00

    467. The Tollgate oil on canvas ca. 1900; gentleman with top hat at the tollgate with painting on the side indicating Chester is 6 miles, 19 3/4"x 15 1/2" sight; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 100.00

    468. Pastel on paper ca. 1890; depicting a gentleman in a top hat holding a lead attached to a bull both standing on the porch of a store or inn and framed in a gold frame, 23 1/2"x 19 1/2" sight; 36"x 32" overall; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    469. 3 gold leafed frames ca. 1840; one period Austrian frame containing a classical dance scene; two period matching oval frames probably English; 15 1/2"x 19 1/2" largest; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 35.00

    470. Portrait engraving ca. 1900; side portrait of a gentleman in a period dress in a Biatite frame with patent date of December 15, 1868, 8"x 6 1/2" overall; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 25.00

    471. W.S. Rice oil on board ca. 1895; still life with peaches, grapes and wine signed in the lower right under glass in a matted oak frame, 8"x 10 3/4" sight; 18"x 15" framed; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 250.00

    472. Oil on canvas ca. 1890; gypsy woman with a stringed instrument on her lap in a period gold frame, 10 1/4"x 16" sight; 20 1/2"x 14 1/2" framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 30.00

    473. Pieced log cabin quilt ca. 1860-1890; orange and brown blocks in central area surrounded by green and yellow borders, orange banding and printed back; Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 400.00

    474. Pieced block on point pattern quilt ca. 1865; blocks on point and star pattern quilt with tan and red floral design printed border and a brown printed cotton back; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 200.00

    475. Appliqued floral & star pattern quilt ca. 1870; eight block appliqued leaf pattern with leaf borders and small stars in middle and along one edge with a red check cotton banding and white cotton back having red and white cotton edging; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 475.00

    476. 16 block appliqued star pattern quilt ca. 1860-1890; orange background with block quilting throughout having sixteen block star patterns with maroon strips separating blocks, maroon banding and printed brown and white cotton backing; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 140.00

    477. Tumbling block pattern quilt ca. 1860-1890; with narrow pink printed border having a white cotton back turned to front as edging with quilting following pattern; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 325.00

    478. 9 patch blocks on point quilt ca. 1860-1890; twelve blocks on point patterned pieced quilt with black and white pattern designs on a white cotton top and an off white plain cotton back; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 190.00

    479. Log cabin blocks on point comforter ca. 1900-1930; sixty-four block pieced comforter in log cabin pattern with red wool ties throughout having a red cotton and wool backing, 76"x 76"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 100.00

    480. Ladies Aid Society log cabin quilt ca. June 11, 1887; log cabin pattern quilt with wool pieced front having a printed cotton back and signed in ink on front by names of makers of Ladies Aid Society and sold at Strasburg Festival in 1887, 78"x 70"; Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 375.00

    481. Julia Ann Emery "Miss Wild's Seminary" sampler ca. 1822; silk on linen sampler having four lines with alphabet and numbers with blooming flower and vine design and partial unfinished design of women with sheep figure by Julia Ann Emery (daughter of William Emery, Bar Harbor, Maine), 21 3/4"x 20"; Estimate $200.00-$500.00

    Sold For 240.00

    482. Framed scripture sampler ca. 1830s; floral vine bound sampler with six lines of alphabet and numbers with Matthew 5:8 scripture having two floral baskets and bird design on silk linen, 17 1/2"x 14 1/2" framed; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 300.00

    483. Framed Adeline Hallet sampler ca. 1817; Adeline Hallet (daughter of George & Elizabeth Gordon Hallet, Boston, MA) sampler having a floral vine pattern with five levels of letters and numbers, center stitchwork poem about women's youth pleasure, woes and reflection of happiness, 19"x 23 1/2" framed; Estimate $800.00-$1,600.00

    Sold For 230.00

    484. 2 late fabric pieces ca. 1910-1930; unsigned Amish cotton on blue and white muslin with five line alphabet and numbers and center with two birds on a flower all in blue, red, green and yellow stitchwork, 16"x 21 1/2"; Mennonite pinwheel design pin cushion with button center, 8"d, 1 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 200.00

    485. Amish show towel ca. 1960-1980; with "Levi Stoltzfus" cross-stitched in the center having "I.B." & "M.B." initials at the top bordered by cross-stitched flowers and an open stitch design bottom, 16"x 45"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    486. Hexagon shaped penny rug ca. 1940-1960; Amish design three level penny rug with wool stitched graduated circles on a green cotton fabric back and mounted to a frame for hanging, 37"x 37"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 240.00

    487. Slip decorated redware bowl ca. 1875; American redware bowl with slightly bulbous side and tooled concave rim having a reddish brown lead glazed interior with simple cream slip shoulder rings and wavy cream slip rim design, 11 1/4"d, 4 1/4"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 170.00

    488. PA slipware plate ca. 1875; PA slipware plate with sparse two quill-cup yellow slip design on a reddish-brown lead glaze ground and a coggled rim, 12 1/8"d; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 325.00

    489. 3 gallon cobalt decorated jug ca. 1870; fine slightly bulbous salt glazed stoneware jug with brushed cobalt cone headed flower with bowtie foliage impressed "3" and an Albany slip glaze interior, 10 3/8"d, 15 1/8"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 260.00

    490. 4 gallon FA Plaisted & Co cobalt decorated jug ca. 1860; four gallon conical salt glazed jug with brushed cobalt motif of an open flower and two buds on a stem impressed "4" and "Gardiner ME/ F.A. Plaisted & Co" with an Albany slip glaze interior, 10 7/8"d, 16 3/4"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 280.00

    491. Ottman Bros & Co cobalt decorated butter churn ca. 1880; two gallon salt glazed cylindrical stoneware butter churn with brushed cobalt floral bouquet design, impressed "2" and "Ottman Bro's/& Co./Fort Edward, NY" with a flattened, everted rim with raised collar ring and interior rim ledge, two applied lug ear handles and an Albany slip glazed interior, 8 3/4"d, 11"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 180.00

    492. Press molded redware jardinière ca. 1900-1930; jardiniere with eleven relief fern/palmate designs on exterior, applied dark olive green glaze between each design and also at lower 1/3 of jardiniere on an orangey brown lead glazed ground, 9 5/8"x 11 3/4"x 13"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    493. 2 gallon J.E. Eneix cobalt decorated crock ca. 1875; slightly bulging cylindrical salt glazed stoneware crock with stenciled cobalt design/legend "From/J.E. Eneix" enclosed within a herringbone vine motif and "New Geneva/PA" and "2" with a flattened rolled rim and an Albany slip glazed interior, 9 1/8"d, 10 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 325.00

    494. 3 gallon cobalt bird decorated crock ca. 1860-1890; Bristol glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with brushed cobalt bird motif (New Jersey type) impressed "3" with a flattened, thickened rim band, applied lug ear handles and an Albany slip glaze interior, 10 3/4"d, 10 1/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 160.00

    495. 2 wax ring stoneware canning jars ca. 1870-1880; cylindrical form with three brushed cobalt stripes and everted neck of Western PA origin, 5 3/8"d, 8 1/8"h; barrel form jar impressed "Galloway's/Everlasting Jar/Pat'd, Feb 8th and Pat. Ap. For/1870" having a rim pierced with a pair of 1/4" holes, 4 3/4"d, 6"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 180.00

    496. Greensboro cobalt decorated wax ring sealer stoneware canning jar ca. 1875; having a stenciled cobalt legend with amended embellishments "Hamilton & Jones/ Greensboro/PA" and an Albany slip glazed interior, 6 1/4"d, 9 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 270.00

    497. Redware chicken fountain ca. 1885; slightly bulbous redware chicken fountain with large flattened top knob and unglazed exterior, 6 5/8"d, 10 5/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 230.00

    498. 3 tiered signed redware bank ca. 1860-1890; redware bank with finial top, three coarse rustic surface graduated globes with vertical slots and spotted applications of yellow slip, signed in slip under bottom slot "Adolphus Malher?" with a reddish-brown lead ground glaze, 3 3/4"d, 7 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 400.00

    499. 2 PA redware jars ca. 1880; cylindrical jar with rolled rim, everted neck, coggled mid-section ring and molded foot with two slightly raised rings and a brown lead glazing with iron speckling, 7 1/8"d, 9 1/4"h; slightly bulbous jelly jar with irregular matte brown lead glaze having a rolled slightly everted rim, base impressed with an asterisk-type device of four "V's" attributed to Berks Co., PA, 5 1/4"d, 5 1/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 240.00

    500. Stoneware beer pitcher ca. 1860-1890; salt glazed stoneware elongated barrel form pitcher with three cobalt tinted molded raised classical applications of a dancing girl, birds and foliage and a woman pouring a libation all within impressed neck and ankle geometric bands bracketed by cobalt stringing, 6"d, 9 1/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    501. Norton & Co cobalt decorated stoneware jug ca. 1860; one and a half gallon salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jar in slipped cobalt lily blossom design impressed "1 1/2" and "1 Norton & Co/Bennington, VT" (Julius) with an Albany slip glaze interior, 8 1/8"d, 12"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 260.00

    502. Cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1875; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jar with three brushed cobalt designs of a flower on a feathered foliage sprig, flattened tooled rim with an everted neck above a pair of incised collar rings and an Albany slip glaze interior, 6 3/8"d, 8 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 190.00

    503. Cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical jar with three brushed simple feathered fan motifs and two simple bud and foliage designs incised "AB" on side attributed to Thomas Grier, Mount Jordan Pottery, 5 1/8"d, 7 1/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 170.00

    504. 4 yelloware items ca. 1900-1960; larger and smaller mixing bowls with a blue band bracketed by white rings on rim and belly, thickened rims with five bottom bevels and impressed on bottom "OvenWare/Made in USA" with larger bowl also impressed "11)", 10 1/2"d, 6 1/8"h; and smaller bowl impressed "7", 7 1/4"d, 3 3/4"h; small bowl with a blue band bracketed by white rings on rim and belly, 4 3/4"d, 2 5/8"h; barrel form creamer with blue band bracketed by a pair of blue rings, 3 7/8"d, 4 7/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 100.00

    505. 3 Gaudy Ironstone handleless cups & saucers ca. 1860; one set in blue with copper lustre detailed Morning Glory flowers and foliage with small strawberries and foliage in green, red and yellow; pair of strawberry motif sets in prominent copper lustre and blue leaves with some green foliage; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 170.00

    506. 2 handleless cups & saucers ca. 1800-1830; English Staffordshire pearlware: rose motif with diapered drap and swag border in blue, green and pinkish-red; mixed flowers and foliage in black, blue, green, pink, pink lustre and salmon with heart impressed on base of saucer; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 30.00

    507. Late Adams Rose covered mixing bowl ca. 1860-1890; English Staffordshire earthenware covered mixing bowl with bold late Adams Rose motif in blue, black, green and red on the exterior and a black interior border ring on bowl having a flattened dome form lid with bold Late Adams Rose motif in black, blue, green and red with a black border ring and black ring on button form knob, 13"d, 8 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    508. Late Adams Rose oval platter ca. 1860-1890; English Staffordshire earthenware oval platter with bold Late Adams Rose motif in black, blue, green and red and a black border ring, 12 7/8"x 16 1/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 65.00

    509. 8 English pearlware Early Adams Rose plates ca. 1830; English pearlware plates in black, green and red with indented rims and impressed "Adams" on base: two dinner plates, 10 1/2"d & 10 7/8"d; six luncheon plates, 8 3/8"- 8 1/2"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 270.00

    510. Gaudy Welsh biscuit plate & waste bowl ca. 1855; Gaudy Welsh porcelain biscuit plate in tulip design, 9"x 10 1/8"; Gaudy Welsh ironstone waste bowl in seeing eye design, 5 1/8"d, 3 5/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 60.00

    511. Canary yellow child's cup & saucer ca. 1815; handleless cup and saucer with red transfer of cupids forging an arrow point and two other transfers of a cupid and a reclining woman with saucer impressed "Sewell" (St. Anthony's Pottery, Newcastle upon Tyne); Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 75.00

    512. 3 color pearlware covered sugar ca. 1830; blue, green and brownish orange pearlware round covered sugar in stylized foliage and sawtooth motif with star design on lid, horizontal open handles on bowl and lid and blue rim rings, 4 7/8"d, 4 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 170.00

    513. 3 green shell edged pearlware items ca. 1820; leaf shaped pickle dish with sawtooth rim, 1 1/4"x 5"x 5 7/8"; dinner plate impressed "Adams, Warranted, Staffordshire", 10"d; dinner plate, 10 1/8"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    514. 3 pieces of red no-center daisy bordered stick spatter ironstone ca. 1855; luncheon plate with pair of center blue rings and blue rim ring, 8 5/8"d; pair of saucers with Adams Rose type design in black, blue, green and red, 6 1/8"d, 1 3/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 65.00

    515. 4 various English transfer design plates ca. 1810-1870; red transfer pearlware plate with indented rim and red ink back stamp "W Penn's Treaty/TG" (Thomas Green), 10 3/4"d; earthenware plate with indented rim and black "Temperance Society" transfer, 9 1/4"d; ironstone plate with blue spread eagle transfer, diamond lattice stick spatter border, blue ink back stamp "R. Hammersley/GEM", diamond 1868 registration mark and impressed "BB", 8 3/4"d; creamware plate with red transfer of an ecclesiastical structure with a red rim, raised palmate border with blue, green and red applications, impressed "Enoch Wood & Sons/Burslem", 7 1/2"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    516. Set of green transfer pearlware by Adams ca. 1830; set of pearlware impressed "Adams" in green transfer with scrolls and red infilled flowers: ten dinner plates with indented rims, 9 3/8"d; seven cheese plates, 7 3/8"d; pair of round waste bowls, 6 3/8"d, 3 1/8"h; oval creamer on four feet, 5 5/8"x 3 3/4"x 6"; twelve handleless cups and saucers; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 210.00

    517. 2 figural covered dishes ca. 1860-1890; reclining brown continental cow butter dish detailed detailed in black and resting on green grass dish with a tan basket weave exterior and impressed “176”, 4 3/4"x 6 1/8"x 7 1/4"; sitting hen in black, browns and red with white eggs on a green and gold basket weave dish, 6 7/8"x 6 3/8"x 8"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 220.00

    518. 3 Chinese export items ca. 1840-1890; Rose Medallion mug with interlaced strap handle ending on leaf ferns, 3 1/8"d, 4 3/8"h; pair of famille vert plates with central birds on foliage surrounded by four panels of courtyard scenes of three people each and four panels of birds and foliage, 8 3/8"d; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 60.00

    519. Pair of Hudson Valley-type strap hinges ca. 1730; Dutch Colonial inspired strap with enlarged pancake mount and broad spade cusp, 3 3/4"x 21 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 95.00

    520. Pair of frog's leg strap hinges with cock's head cusp ca. 1750; pair of pinned strap hinges with straps, cock's head cusp and frog's leg side members with cock's head cusp, 8"x 23"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 230.00

    521. Pair of French Colonial inspired strap hinges ca. 1680-1750; pair of strap hinges with diamond shaped spear tip fleur-de-lis type cusp, 3 3/4"x 23"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 200.00

    522. Pair of barn door strap hinges with serpentine side members ca. 1740-1780; ball cusp straps pin hinged to double serpentine cusp side members having chamfered edges, 13 3/4"x 39 1/2"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 325.00

    523. Pair of barn door strap hinges with arch pintle side members ca. 1840; simple beaded edge strap with ox bow side mount pintles, 17"x 42"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 95.00

    524. Pair of heavy strap hinges with peafowl cusp ca. 1780; crude constructed having an arched and tapered neck with peafowl or cock's head cusp, 8"x 29 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 100.00

    525. 2 pair of strap hinges with butterfly side members ca. 1770-1800; ball cusp strap with pin hinged butterfly side member, 3 1/4"x 20 1/2"; ball cusp strap with wrapped joint butterfly side member and chamfered edges, 3"x 20 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    526. Assembled pair of strap hinges ca. 1850; medium size straps with ball cusps having one signed "J. Leininger" (Reinholds, PA) surrounded by four pellet strikes, 1 1/2"x 20 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    527. Assembled pair of tulip cusp strap hinges ca. 1780-1880; heavy strap hinge with three point tulip cusp with chamfered edges, 1 3/4"x 18 1/2"; longer strap with four point tulip cusp and square bolt holes, 1 1/4"x 21"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    528. Conestoga wagon jack ca. 1801; PA attributed hand crank wagon jack in rack and pinion style with wrought iron, dated 1801 on rack and molded shield design behind crank, 5 1/2"x 2 1/2"x 20 1/2" with 5 1/2" Handle. Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 150.00

    529. Conestoga wagon jack ca. 1840; heavy duty jack in rack and pinion style complete with upper and lower wood housing bands and initialed "F.N." attributed to the Nagle family blacksmith's, 8 3/4"x 3"x 22"; Additional Photo Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 180.00

    530. 3 Conestoga Wagon horse breast chains ca. 1800; rope twist breast chains, 24"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    531. 3 household primitives ca. 1803-1910; dated 1803 flax hatchel, 12"x 3"x 3 3/4"; two tin melon shaped food molds with tin lids, 6 1/2"x 5 1/4"x 3 1/2" & 7"x 5 1/2"x 3 7/8"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 90.00

    532. Pair of Conestoga Wagon oil/grease horns ca. 1830; pair of grease horns made from ox horn with wooden plug and wrought iron band both mounted on hand wrought chain, 12" horn on 4' chain; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 250.00

    533. 3 Conestoga Wagon King bolt hasps ca. 1750-1860; tongue king pin hasp with wrapped hinge and "L" bracket, 3 1/2" x 10"x 5"; heavy duty tongue king pin hasp with hook and eye-mounted "L" bracket, 3 1/2"x 12"x 6"; late form heavy tongue hasp with bolt eye, 4"x 10"x 6 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 90.00

    534. 6 pcs. wrought iron hardware ca. 1730-1830; "H" design porch mounted boot scraper with scroll top, 8"x 12" with 5" mount; spike and twisted brace wagon mount boot scraper, 8"x 6 3/4"; "S" shape building brace, 7"x 10 1/2"; three various gate latches including: top mount catch with scroll type lift, 13"x 6 1/4", side mount ball cusp strap with large wrap lift, 14"x 4 1/2"; top mount spade cusp spring strap with ball tipped lift, 12 1/2"x 1 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 130.00

    535. Pair of serpentine-type tailgate hinges ca. 1800-1830; match pair of large split leg design hinges with serpent head cusp, 13"x 17"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 180.00

    536. Rare wrought iron single tree ca. 1850; wrought iron single tree with snakes head hooks, 26"x 5 3/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 280.00

    537. Conestoga wagon style tool box ca. 1860; side mount tool box with two band mount brackets, lower bracket, slant front lid with strap and clip hinges and a simple hasp, 13"x 15"x 7"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 160.00

    538. Blydenburgh & Giles, Phila brass surveyor's compass ca. 1830-1850; 6" dial compass with single level vial, two mount on sight gauges and brass cap all in a mahogany case, 14" compass; 14 1/4"x 7"x 4" case; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 400.00

    539. W & L.E. Gurley brass surveyor's compass ca. 1900-1908; produced in Troy, NY prior to 1908 without a serial number; 6" compass with fold-up line sights and mounting 8" telescope tube and paper label signed by "M.H. Shirk, JP of Lincoln, PA", 10"x 7"x 4 1/2"; Additional Photo Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 975.00

    540. Frank C. Knight brass engineer's sight level ca. 1880; brass "dumpy" level engineer's sight transit with 6" level vial, two brass tripod tops and original mahogany dovetailed tool box, 20"x 6"x 9" box; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    541. Turned & painted butcher block ca. 1850-1900; turned wooden block painted dark green with legs mounted by sides, 10"x 6 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 350.00

    542. Gray painted storage box ca. 1853-1886; tapered shaped wooden box with vintage wooden Victorian sewing accessories written in pencil "Henry T. Brown" on inside lid and dated 1886 on latch assembly, 9 7/8"- 7 1/2"x 11 1/2"x 3 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 160.00

    543. 3 hearth items ca. 1780-1800; matched pair of Chippendale style brass andirons with brass ball feet and decorative finial style front, 9 1/2"x 14 1/2"x 16 1/2"; early red painted wooden bellows with a brass nozzle and a French print of Lafayette with dark hair, 17 1/4"x 7 1/2"x 2 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 75.00

    544. Hepplewhite style child's chair ca. 1790-1820; shield back arm chair with carved wheat floral wreath, carving of relief carved bell flowers, center rosette with bead design and pembroke style tapered legs, 16 1/2"x 13 1/2"x 26 3/4"; Estimate $500.00-$700.00

    Sold For 750.00

    545. Group of assorted primitives ca. 1750-1900; mid-1700s hand wrought pipe tongs with decorative finial handle, 10"; late-1800s "Dr. Johnson's Educator Crackers" lithographed advertising from Boston, MA, 5 3/8"x 5 3/4"x 5 3/4"; seven figural cookie cutters: handled dog pattern, handled horse pattern, comical handled rabbit, handled lion, handled rectangular with flower, early fat horse, non-handled high boot; 2 1/4"-4"x 2 1/4"-5"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 85.00

    546. Granite axe head ca. middle archaic period; rare form 3/4 groove ax made from a greenish-black granite, 5 1/2"x 3"x 2"; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00

    Sold For 260.00

    547. P. Storm copper gooseneck tea kettle ca. 1800-1814; bulbous form kettle in dovetailed construction with spout applied with large riveted flange construction, pot with a swing handle on large riveted brackets and embossed "P. Storm" signature (Baltimore, MD), 12 1/2"d, 6 1/2" spout; 15"h with handle upright; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$600.00

    Sold For 450.00

    548. Tramp art shaving mirror on pedestal base ca. 1860-1880; unusual form with two sided pyramid style deep-well frames on single post base with post mounted in a nine level circular base and wood with a gold wash finish applied, 10"x 10 1/4" frame, 18 3/4" overall height; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    549. Folk art "juke joint" trade sign ca. 1920-1930s; wall mounted trade sign crafted from salvaged railroad car sheet steel with a comical scene of black chef with butcher knife catching two hens and attempting to lasso a rooster paint decorated in vibrant colors, [Provenance: found in Higginsport, Ohio near Kentucky border taken from Juke Joint near Boudes Ferry], 3/16" steel x 49"x 24"; Estimate $1,000.00-$3,000.00

    Sold For 2,050.00

    550. Lidded Lehnware sugar bucket ca. 1840-1890; red grain painted bucket featuring a black painted metal band with vine decoration, turned lid with band pattern, trailing vine design, porcelain knob and brass shield, 7 1/2"d, 8 5/8"h; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 260.00

    551. Paint decorated dome dower chest ca. 1800-1820; softwood dome top rectangular chest in polychrome blue paint with bold flower on sides and front and two birds with tulips and banner on lid having wire hinges and a partial lock, 25"x 13"x 11 3/4"; Additional Photo's 1; 2 Estimate $300.00-$600.00

    Sold For 2,100.00

    552. Framed folk art watercolor of a girl ca. 1830-1860; watercolor of a girl in a bright red and yellow dress with a green, red and blue cape having black hair curled in a high bun with a ribbon bow and holding a sprig of red and blue flowers in one hand and a small carpet hand bag in the other hand, 7 1/2"x 11 1/4"x 3/4"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 975.00

    553. Paint decorated slant lid sewing box ca. 1840-1880; with red roof and white building farm scenes typical of a continental box having a slant lid, pin cushion and small upper tray in interior, 6 1/4"x 4 1/4"x 3 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 230.00

    554. Harvey Kinsey flying blue jay carving ca. 1950s; fantail bird with split feather wings and small wire hanger on back, 9"x 6 1/2"x 3"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 300.00

    555. 2 carved folk art birds ca. 1900s; Simmons-type folk art birds: douglass fir carved song bird with blue speckled paint on a brown base, 4 1/2"x 2 1/4"x 1"; simple form bird with brown paints, 6 1/4"x 2 1/4"x 3 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 50.00

    556. Toleware lighthouse shaped coffee pot ca. 1840-1860; PA form coffee pot with oil can spout, slightly domed lid and strap handle with large center medallion, cabbage rose design on black base paint and brown, red, yellow and green accent paint, 4 3/4"- 3 1/4"d, 8 1/4" with 4 1/2" spout and 3 1/2" handle; Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 220.00

    557. Pair of small wallpaper boxes ca. 1833+; wood block printed wallpaper boxes lined with New York area newspapers: small sewing notion oval wallpaper box with gray base and brown, green and white sprig pattern, 5"x 3 1/8"x 1 5/8"; larger size sewing box with the same pattern and similar lining, 6 5/8"x 3 1/2"x 2 1/2"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 525.00

    558. 2 toleware trays ca. 1850-1870; eight-sided rectangular shaped tray with pomegranate style decoration, 12 1/4"x 8 3/8"x 7/8"; eight-sided rectangular tray with tulip flower design and fronds with the edge decorated with yellow ribbon design, 13"x 9 1/8"x 5/8"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 75.00

    559. Oval wallpaper box ca. 1830; box with a tan color base having brown and white wooden block prints on the lid of a man on horseback and stag design and a hunting dog vignette on side band, 11 1/2"x 9"x 5"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 425.00

    560. Toleware apple tray ca. 1850; oval flared tray with japanning surface having four apple central design in base of tray with decoration in red, green, yellow and white paint, 8"-12 3/8"x 5 1/2"- 7 3/4"x 4"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 75.00

    561. Oval wallpaper box ca. 1860; later era card stock wallpaper covered box with a wooden lid and wooden base, 8 1/2"x 4 3/4"x 4 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 100.00

    562. Framed watercolor memorial ca. 1839; memorial printed on painting of a memorial monument centered with ball design monument between two willow trees overlooking church and house near river with "In Memorial of Idah Caroline Van Liew who died Aug 15, 1839 age 20", 16"x 16" framed; Estimate $500.00-$800.00

    Sold For 850.00

    563. Unsigned watercolor portrait ca. 1870-1890; portrait on cardstock of a man dressed in a high top hat with sideburns and graying hair wearing a black overcoat, gray trousers, gloves and a cane all in a mahogany frame, 15 1/2"x 17 1/2" framed; 8"x 11" portrait; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 180.00

    564. Framed PA pin-prick & watercolor artwork for Anna Boyer ca. 1840-1860; on early hand laid paper having hearts in the upper corners, borders with sawtooth and scallop design and pin-prick accent, watercolor hearts, birds, pinwheel, etc. and "Anna Boyer My Friend" lettering, 15 1/2"x 17 1/4" framed; Estimate $600.00-$1,000.00

    Sold For 375.00

    565. Johan George Maurer watercolor ca. 1823; painting of a member of the Reuter Regiment wearing a red hat, blue uniform, long lance with black and red small flags and signed by artist, 9 3/4"x 11 3/4" framed; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 220.00

    566. Early watercolor compass design star ca. 1830-1870; unsigned center pinwheel design surrounded by a radiant thirty-two point star with pinwheel in blue and gold with red and white accent and star in red, pink, maroon, gray, blue and white colors, 8 1/4"x 10" framed; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 180.00

    567. 2 folk art carvings ca. 1970-1990; unsigned chip carved sheep dog carving with checker carved fur, 3 1/2"x 1"x 2 1/4"; carving of a man with mustache, tie, blue coat and tan pants, 3 3/4"x 2"x 6 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    568. Plank bottom J. Swint settee ca. 1850; paint decorated in a mustard yellow paint with pin striped curved circular arms flanking a decorated back with fruit and flowers over a triple boot jack splat back on eight decorated legs connected by decorated flat stretchers, 76"x 20 1/2"x 36 1/2"; Estimate $800.00-$1,200.00

    Sold For 2,950.00

    569. 6 plank seat J. Swint chairs ca. 1850; matching set of six decorated chairs in yellow paint each stamped "J. Swint" with fruit decorated splat over a bootjack back on decorated pin striped legs, 15"x 16"x 32 1/2"; Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 875.00

    570. Dutch cupboard ca. 1800-1820; walnut two piece cupboard with step molded top over two nine light doors opening to two shelves with plate rails flanked by recessed divided sides above two candle drawers; the base with three drawers over two doors flanking three center drawers with the doors having original rattail hinges built for Miles Carpenter and used on the Carpenter Farm, Clay Twp., Lancaster Co., PA until the 1950s.  The farmhouse is along Carpenter Road and has remained in the family until now, 69 1/2"x 21 1/2"x 85"; Additional Photo Estimate $5,000.00-$10,000.00

    Sold For 2,450.00

    571. Corner cupboard ca. 1820; two piece cherry and figured cherry inlaid cupboard with step molded top above an alternating inlaid frieze over a twelve light door opening to three shelves with plate rails over a two door base with match inlaid frieze, single brass pull over a triangulated pattern inlaid across base and containing the original "H" hinges, 38"x 26 1/2"x 85 1/2"; Estimate $2,000.00-$2,500.00

    Sold For 1,850.00

    572. Pair of bow back Windsor arm chairs ca. 19th century; fifteen rod back and side with nicely turned hand rests supported by a bamboo style support on a saddle seat all resting on bamboo style legs with matching "H" stretcher, 21"x 16 1/2"x 42 1/2"; Estimate $200.00-$300.00

    Sold For 1,400.00

    573. Chest on chest ca. 1800; mahogany two piece chest on chest with a molded top above an inlaid frieze with tiger maple chamfered corners flanking two over three drawers on top over the base with tiger maple inlaid sides flanking three drawers all with pressed brass pulls on French feet, 46"x 23"x 77 3/4"; Estimate $700.00-$1,000.00

    Sold For 725.00

    574. Two piece cabinet ca. 1875+; double tiered top molding over a ripple trim over two doors with eight total lights over the base with two drawers over two doors on straight feet, 48"x 18"x 84"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 475.00

    575. Set of 6 plank seat chairs ca. 1850; green chairs with multi-colored decoration with the splat having a floral center flanked by swags on ends over a fiddle back, pin striped seats and turned legs with stretchers, 14 1/2"x 16"x 33"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 425.00

    576. Chest of drawers ca. 1870; cherry base to a chest on chest now with a marble top having a cove molded top over three drawers flanked by fluted chamfered sides with lambs tongue top and bottom resting on very bold ball and claw feet, 48 1/2"x 20 1/2"x 42"; Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 190.00

    577. Child's hay wagon ca. 1870; diminutive version of the larger farm wagon with spoked wheels having metal rims and pull handle, 42"x 24"x 24 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 230.00

    578. Gateleg card table ca. 1810; mahogany with mahogany veneer having cross banded inlay with a single swing leg supporting top on tapering legs, 35 1/2"x 17 1/2"x 29 1/2"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 110.00

    579. Spinning wheel ca. 1840; stamped "OAP" two times on end with handle having nice turnings in an antique blue paint with yellow initials on side "JB ND", 36"x 17"x 32"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 325.00

    580. Bench-made mahogany low boy ca. 1940-1990; one over three drawer case with fluted quarter columns, central shell carved drawer and cabriole legs with shell carved knees and claw and ball feet; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 180.00

    581. Candlestand ca. 20th century; reproduction of an 18th century stand with intentional slight warp to top, distressed mustard paint resting on a crossed platform base, 16"x 16"x 29"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 375.00

    582. Tavern table ca. 20th century; rectangular pine top above a nicely shaped cherry skirt on turned base with bulbous ends and signed on inside skirting "W. Wallich", 29"x 22 1/2"x 26"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 300.00

    583. Secretary desk ca. 1790; English in mahogany with cove molded top over two blind doors opening to an interior with letter slots, pigeon holes and three drawers over a fall front desk with pigeon holes and drawers over four drawers with cast brasses on straight bracket feet, 40"x 20"x 85"; Estimate $700.00-$1,000.00

    Sold For 325.00

    584. Punched tin pie safe ca. 1850; mixed wood pie safe with walnut frame, cherry doors with six tin panels over one long drawer on straight legs with boot jack sides, 46"x 15 1/2"x 64 1/2"; Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 650.00

    585. Bucket bench ca. 1840; poplar bench with two grooved shelves over a large bench in mortised construction with cut out sides at base, 36 1/2"x 14"x 44"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 875.00

    586. One drawer stand ca. 1800; walnut top and drawer front in pinned construction on four tapered legs with the top having a rounded front, 21 1/2"x 21"x 20"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    587. Bucket bench ca. 1850; in red and mustard paint with boldly shaped sides with horizontal splat back with mortised and dovetailed construction resting on boot jack sides, 29 1/2"x 12"x 33"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 750.00

    588. One drawer stand ca. 1820; delicately sized mixed wood cherry stand with bird's eye maple drawer front with pressed brass pulls on nicely turned Sheraton legs, 16 1/2"x 16 1/2"x 29"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 230.00

    589. Blanket chest ca. 1830; pine chest in dovetailed construction with simulated birds eye maple paint with the lid opening to an interior till, butt hinges and resting on straight bracket feet, 53 1/2"x 20 1/2"x 24"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 130.00

    590. Bucket bench ca. 1870; paint decorated high bench with sponge, grained and pin striped decoration having a three drawer top with "S" curved sides attaching to the base with two doors with interior shelf and the back signed "Kline" in chalk at top, 42"x 17 1/4"x 50 1/4"; Estimate $800.00-$1,000.00

    Sold For 1,300.00

    591. Corner cupboard ca. 1840; two piece poplar cupboard with cove molded top over a single twelve light door opening to three shelves over a base with two drawers over two doors on a cutout straight base, 43"x 28 1/2"x 87 1/2"; Estimate $750.00-$1,000.00

    Sold For 750.00

    592. Blanket chest ca. 1830; paint decorated pine chest with lift lid exposing interior with left side till over one long drawer over two smaller drawers and grab lock all resting on bold turned legs, 37 1/2"x 20 1/2"x 25 3/4"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 140.00

    593. Water lily leaded glass table lamp ca. 1907-1915; Wilkinson attributed French Rococo revival scroll design footed lamp base in cast metal with a copper patina finish, three socket fixture and cast brass cap screw with shade attributed to Wilkinson having pink water lilies with green leaves on a blue-green ground and a flowing stylized skirt, 23 1/2"x 8"x 8"; Estimate $500.00-$700.00

    Sold For 3,300.00

    594. Figural brass inkwell with children on ball ca. 1890-1910; inkwell with white porcelain insert, large saucer shaped tray pen rest, cast boy figure mounted to top of ball and baby in dress mounted to tray, 5"d, 3 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 90.00

    595. Bronze statue of bathing girl on onyx base ca. 1920-1930s; art deco style bronze statue of bronze girl with hair in bun and hand covering face mounted on a white onyx base, 3 3/4"x 4 1/2"x 7 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    596. Tiffany Studios octagon art nouveau inkwell ca. 1900-1910; model #1167 art nouveau cast bronze inkwell with abalone cluster inlay each with large panel and lid having seven round plugs of abalone shell inlay and glass inserts, 3 5/8"x 3 5/8"x 3"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 290.00

    597. Signed Handel base & slag glass table lamp ca. 1900; #5339 bronze tree trunk lamp with Handel metal overlay shade having green borders, caramel panels and base with open work rest cap, 8 1/4"d, 25"h base; 18"d, 8 1/4"h shade; Estimate $300.00-$600.00

    Sold For 1,400.00

    598. Pair of "Burmantofts" faience jardinières ca. 1860-1930; pair of turquoise glazed earthenware bulbous jardinières with flattened rounded rims, eight molded sunflower and foliage panels and tooled rounded feet impressed "Burmantofts/Faience/England/1857/JL1", 15 1/4"d, 11 1/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    599. Porcelain dog figure ca. 1860-1890; Continental porcelain dog figure of a modeled long haired lap dog in white with brownish spots impressed "82" on base with incised "2880" and a blue ink back stamped crossed swords mark, 8 1/2"x 5"x 10 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 625.00

    600. Pair of weighted clad bronze book ends by Pompiean Bronze Co ca. 1920s; clad bronze statuaries of Dante & Beatrice bookends with paint accents filled with plaster for a weighted base, 6"x 3"x 7 3/4" & 6"x 3"x 7"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 100.00

    601. 2 metal household decoratives ca. 1890-1967; blackamoor cast iron figural frame with mirror in nickel-plated iron of a smiling figure in a Bedouin-type headdress holding arrow in easel for bevel edged mirror, 8 1/4"x 1/2"x 15"; 1/250 Athenas shield bronze by Leonard Baskin in 1969 round wall plaque, 6 3/4"d, 3/8"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 120.00

    602. Slag glass table lamp ca. 1920s; cast iron based table lamp marked "795" and "735 1/3" with two handle cast brass urn shape in large bamboo leaf design with leaded dome shade having overall onyx color and caramel bell flower band and a flower pedal skirt, 9"d, 22 1/2"h base; 18"d, 7 3/4"h shade; Estimate $300.00-$600.00

    Sold For 400.00

    603. 3 cast metal figural desk accessories ca. 1890-1930; oriental cast Hindu style mask ash tray with blue porcelain bands, tiger mask capped with skull crowns and large earrings and mouth opening ashtray, 5 1/2"x 7"x 3 3/4"; 1920s era Masonic "Shriner's Camel" bronze plated reclining camel letter rack by Judd Mfg. Co., 7 3/4"x 4 1/4"x 5 1/8"; bronze painted iron Native American chief bookend, 7 1/4"x 4"x 5 1/8"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 55.00

    604. 3 desk accessories ca. 1900-1930; bronze and cloisonné art nouveau ink blotter with cast dog figure on handle with cloisonné accent, 5"x 3 1/4"x 3 3/4"; unusual turned rosewood lighter with wire element roll for electric filament, 2 3/4"d, 3 3/4"h; cast bronze figural aesthetic movement watch stand with a fish basket, bugs, bow, arrows, canteen and others from camping scene, 4"x 5 1/2"x 3 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 75.00

    605. 2 mechanical instruments ca. 1890-1920; mahogany and glass case of Taylor Instrument Companies with cyclical stormagraph with key wind barometer/register, 12 1/2"x 7"x 7 1/2"; Signal Electronic Mfg. Co. signal learner with telegraph key mounted on a mahogany plate marked four ohms, 7"x 4 1/2"x 3 3/4"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 240.00

    606. Unsigned Handel-style leaded glass table lamp ca. 1920-1930s; cast brass pedestal lamp with twisted tube arms, cast bronze eight oval hole shade rest, colorful umbrella shade in water lily design with cast bronze color, geometrical green and caramel slag glass accented with ruby glass gems, two and a half panels with zig zag and large green glass gems, 8 3/4"d, 21 1/2"h base; 18 3/8"d, 7"h shade; Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 1,550.00

    607. Pink opalescent swirl shade hall lamp ca. 1870; having a brass collar and font tray, swirl design and has been electrified, 7 1/2"d, 12"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    608. Etched glass shade hall lamp ca. 1860-1880; egg shaped clear shade with etched upper and lower bands having an ivy vine and leaf pattern complete with clear font and large chimney, polished brass pull down font tray and original collar with ceiling mount and small bell; 10"d, 17"h light & shade; 3"d, 14" chimney & font; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 95.00

    609. Slag glass domed shade table lamp ca. 1920; attributed to Miller Lamp Co., this eight panel white metal floral cast shade has caramel and green panels with an octagon shaped base having art nouveau style floral casting with a basket weave panel base, 10 1/2"d, 25"h base; 22"d, 10"h shade; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 575.00

    610. Ruby kerosene hanging lamp ca. 1890; having a brass ball shaped font with English duplex burner, rope twist tube and ball hanger housing, prisms under shade on ornate floral rim and a ruby blown glass dome shade, 20"d, 26"h light; 14"d, 7"h shade; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 150.00

    611. Eagle statue ca. 20th century; large spread wing spelter eagle with head down and wings up on a tree branch in a bronze finish, 29 1/2"x 16"x 21"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 160.00

    612. Ernest Hartenfeld oil on canvas ca. 1914; mill scene with house in the background signed and dated in lower left, 33"x 27" sight; 32"x 38" overall; Estimate $500.00-$1,000.00

    Sold For 300.00

    613. Watercolor on paper ca. 1900; multicolored bright floral wreath surrounding an open book with a hand above the left page seemingly pinching off a green stem with the book stylized writing in English on each page but undecipherable to the cataloguer, 23 1/2"x 21 1/2"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 90.00

    614. 2 oil portraits on board ca. 1840; gentleman with coat and bow tie in a gold oval frame; woman with lace bonnet and shawl; 15"x 13 1/2" largest; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 220.00

    615. Winter farm watercolor ca. 1960; watercolor on paper in matted frame signed "M.S. Lentz" in lower right, 15 1/2"x 12" sight; 24 1/2"x 20 1/2" framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 35.00

    616. M.E. Gould watercolor ca. 1900; farm scene with farmer, chickens, farmhouse, etc. in a matted gold frame and signed in lower right, 10 3/4"x 7 3/4" sight; 15 1/2"x 12" framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 170.00

    617. James Stinton watercolor ca. 1900; pheasants in a field watercolor by James Stinton who later worked for Royal Worcester factory where he continued to paint birds on ceramics, 13 3/4"x 9 1/2" sight; 19"x 15" framed; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 425.00

    618. Oil on canvas house painting ca. 1890; house with two dormers in a gold colored frame with original stretcher having a tag from "F. Weber & Co., Phila, PA", 9 3/4"x 11 3/4" sight; 12"x 14" framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 65.00

    619. Oil on board portrait of a gentleman ca. 1820; brown haired gentleman in formal attire in a gold leaf frame, 7 1/4"x 9" sight; 13 3/4"x 15 1/4" framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 475.00

    620. Reverse painting on glass ca. 1880; later rendition of the earlier reverse on glass coming from the Czech and eastern European countries during the first quarter of the 19th century in an Eastlake period frame, 7 1/2"x 9 1/2" sight; 12 1/2"x 14 1/2" framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 60.00

    621. Pieced triangle pattern crib quilt ca. 1870; pieced green printed and white and tan cotton nine block triangle pattern having a printed green border, white back and block pattern quilting throughout, 36"x 30"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    622. 5 block floral appliqued quilt ca. 1840-1860; five block floral appliqued quilt with inner red and white sawtooth border and outer floral vine border quilt having leaf and vine quilting throughout, 92"x 88"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 160.00

    623. 30 block pieced quilt ca. 1870; brown and white pieced blocks set in squares on a pink printed ground having a brown and white printed cotton back turned to front edge, 78"x 68"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 160.00

    624. Multiple star block quilt ca. 1840-1860; multiple star pattern quilt with red and green print fabrics on a white ground finely quilted overall with red print banding and a white back, 98"x 94"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    625. Star on point multiple block pieced quilt ca. 1840-1860; multiple block stars on point with red printed borders and blue and white outer edge having a brown striped printed back turned to front edging, 80"x 74"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 260.00

    626. Leaf & floral design appliqued block pattern quilt ca. 1840-1860; twenty-five block floral appliqued quilt with leaf and acorn appliqued border in red and green printed cottons on a white ground, 92"x 92"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 160.00

    627. Pieced block on point pattern quilt ca. 1840-1860; blue and white block on point pattern with inner blue border and surrounding black and white geometric printed ground having the back in red and black print on white ground, 78"x 78"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 190.00

    628. Star & diamond motif coverlet ca. 1836; red and blue wool and white cotton warp and weft having applied bottom fringe, self-fringe on sides, center seam, rolled top edge and cross stitched in corner "A x K x 1836", 100"x 78"; Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 240.00

    629. Daniel Bordner jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1837; jacquard pattern coverlet in red, blue and green wool and white cotton with self fringe on sides, applied bottom fringe, rolled top edge, rose and leaf borders and geometric central block designs, 98"x 84"; Estimate $600.00-$800.00

    Sold For 260.00

    630. Emanuel Meily jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1842; wool and cotton jacquard pattern coverlet with self-fringe sides, applied bottom fringe, white and blue cotton warp and wool and cotton weft with a rolled top edge, 98"x 90"; Estimate $700.00-$900.00

    Sold For 240.00

    631. M. Schwartz jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1844; wool and cotton warp and wool and cotton weft coverlet by M. Schwartz (Manheim, PA), 100"x 92"; Estimate $700.00-$900.00

    Sold For 975.00

    632. Embroidered "Bethlehem Female Seminary" sampler of Susannah Maria Kutz ca. 1845; large sampler on thin gauze backer with central floral design bordered by church in Gothic arch, urns of flowers, angels in right corner, floral wreath, flower basket, two dogs and a rooster with Susannah Maria Kutz name at bottom (daughter of Charles Kutz, Kutztown, PA), 29 1/2"x 25 1/2" framed; Estimate $800.00-$1,000.00

    Sold For 675.00

    633. Ann Livezey sampler ca. 1816; Quaker-type silk on gauze sampler with five distinct rows of needlework featuring urns, baskets of flowers, birds, butterflies, leaves, et cetera, 20"x 19" framed; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 400.00

    634. Susanna Dill sampler ca. 1800; silk on homespun linen with alternating lines of sampler stitchwork and English Biblical and faith statements, family line including William Dill, Anna Dill and partial line of McCracken family including alphabet, numbers, floral vines and doves in a garden design, 15 1/2"x 18" framed; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 220.00

    635. 2 color Mennonite quilted petticoat ca. 1870; red Calico fabric with solid green back and green cotton belt, 24"x 32"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 160.00

    636. Mennonite homespun show towel  ca. 1832; show towel by Anna Hoover with fine embroidered work featuring central birds on flower urn design, two birds with heart lower design and peacocks, stars, hearts, flowers and pitcher designs, 17"x 56"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 130.00

    637. 2 home related fabrics ca. 1800-1880; early homespun linen show towel with initial "S.L." in red on a gray linen, 17"x 40"; child's summer quilt featuring a small pattern star with 1 3/4" blocks in early printed red Calico fabric on a plain white border and back, 38"x 46"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 100.00

    638. "Blessing the Fleet" oil on canvas ca. 1880; attributed to Adolph Monticelli signed in the lower right in a later gold frame, 8"x 11 1/4" sight; 12"x 15" framed; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 350.00

    639. 2 mixed media on paper portraits ca. 1900; Italian signed portraits of two young ladies in period dresses within inlaid cross banded veneered frames with beveled glass, 6 1/2"x 5 3/4" overall; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 120.00

    640. Von J. Komosa oil on artist board ca. 1918; colorful bouquet of flowers in a mottled gold frame signed by Von J. Komosa, 10 1/2"x 14 1/2" sight; 14 1/2"x 18 1/2" overall; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    641. 2 watercolor paintings ca. 1900s; snow scene of a barn and wood shed in a double matted frame signed Craig Myers  (Berks Co.) in lower left; framed barn scene signed Naomi S. Bienert; 15 1/2"x 11 1/2" sight largest; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    642. Mathurin Arthur Andrieu watercolor ca. 1892; interior scene depicting a fireplace and tall clock signed in the lower right and framed in a matted gold frame, 10"x 7" sight; 21"x 18" framed; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 30.00

    643. Mathurin Arthur Andrieu watercolor ca. 1892; country scene of a man with map and tools in front of a fenced in house signed in the lower right and matted in a gold frame, 10"x 7 1/4" sight; 21"x 18" framed; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 45.00

    644. Norm Price watercolor & tempera ca. 1930; coastal scene with sheep, building and boats signed in the lower right in a matted gold frame, 22 3/4"x 16 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 45.00

    645. Oil on canvas ca. 1899; four ladies sewing with bird and cat in the room signed and dated indistinctly in the lower right in a lightly stained frame with ebonized trim, 21 3/4"x 16" sight; 30"x 24" framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    646. C. Earle Miller watercolor ca. 1901; signed forest scene with creek and bridge in a matted gold, 21 1/2"x 17" sight; 31 1/2"x 27" framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 45.00

    647. Peggy Lentz painting ca. 20th century; depiction of a deteriorating building in winter signed in the lower right in a double matted hardwood frame, 19"x 12 1/2" sight; 28 1/2"x 22 1/4" framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 70.00

    648. Enormous redware bowl with yellow glazed interior ca. 1860-1890; redware bowl with yellow glazed interior, thickened full rolled rim and tapered straight sides similar to French-Canadian pottery and retaining the Ned & Gwen Foltz folk art collection label sold on 18 April 2015, 21 1/8"d, 11 1/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 95.00

    649. Stahl slipware plate ca. 1947; PA slipware plate with inked inscription on base "Stahl 1947" having a single quill-cup application of five wavy white slip lines on a reddish brown lead glaze and a coggled rim, 8 1/4"d, 1 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 50.00

    650. European slipware flask ca. 1852; lead glazed flask in slightly bulbous form flattened on two sides with cream slip applied with a single-quill cup on a yellowish brown ground, slip dated 1852 with zig-zag line underneath and brown strip fill-ins having a stylized slip foliage design on reverse with brown streak highlights, wide cream slip rim band and some evidences of green sponging, 6 1/4"x 2"x 3 1/4"; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 85.00

    651. Painted redware baluster vase ca. 1935; with squared handles, variegated raw umber painted ground with a full colored "Dandy" in 1835 dress, 5 5/8"d, 8 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 65.00

    652. Painted redware bank in bucket form ca. 1860-1930; redware bank painted in black, dark navy blue, red and yellow-green having a wire loop swing handle, horizontal 1 1/8" coin slot on side next to rim and top with a painted bull's eye design and two side bands, 3 3/8"d, 2 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    653. H.B. Pfaltzgraff cobalt decorated crock ca. 1880; salt glazed stoneware slightly bulbous cream crock in brushed cobalt flower and leaves design, impressed "H.B. Pfaltzgraff/York PA" with an Albany slip glaze interior and a flattened rolled rim, 7"d, 6 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 100.00

    654. S.W. Haney cobalt decorated covered crock ca. 1875; salt glazed covered advertising stoneware cylindrical crock with brushed cobalt feathered motif on crock and lid impressed "S.W. Haney" having a pair of lug ear handles, Albany slip glaze interior, squared banded tooled rim with rounded neck ring, incised ring below shoulder and lid with areas of cobalt designs, button knob with deep concave center and attributed to Remmy, Phila. Pottery, 7 7/8"d, 8 1/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 210.00

    655. European multi-glazed redware pitcher ca. 1860-1890s?; cylindrical pitcher having tapered sides with four bands each with four incised rings, applied molded relief flower and foliage design, dark brown and green glaze sponged over a tan-brown ground with applied ribbed handle and base with indistinct mark and "3", 5 3/4"d, 7 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    656. American yelloware butter tub ca. 1860-1890; having tapered sides with three slightly raised bands, two cut out handles on raised rim sections, vertical daubed brown and dark blue gray glaze strips, 8 5/8"d, 5"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 170.00

    657. Molded game yelloware pitcher ca. 1870; slightly bulbous pitcher with boars, stags, etc. on a rustic background with streaked brown and green glaze on a yellow ground, 7 3/4"d, 8 7/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 55.00

    658. PA slipware porringer ca. 1840; PA lead glaze porringer in yellow slip with two wavy lines under a single rim line applied with a single-quill cup on a reddish brown ground and a strap handle, 4 1/4"d, 2 1/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 400.00

    659. PA ovoid redware jar ca. 1840; jar in reddish brown lead glaze with some iron speckling, plain rounded rim with inset interior lid ledge, tooled two ribbed foot rings, three incised collar rings and a pair of rolled lug ear handles, 8 1/4"d, 8 5/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 85.00

    660. PA redware honey jar ca. 1875; slightly bulbous jar with light manganese sponging on a reddish-brown lead glaze having a broad thickened collared rim, two incised neck rings, rolled thickened foot and a ribbed strap handle, 4 1/2"d, 6 1/8"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 260.00

    661. 2 W. Smith redware crocks ca. 1885; slightly bulbous handled apple butter crocks impressed "W. Smith/ Womelsdorf"(Willoughby Smith) on shoulders having thickened rolled rims and rolled and flattened handles: one in brown lead glaze, 7 7/8"d, 7 7/8"h; one in dark brown lead glaze, 7 1/2"d, 7 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 400.00

    662. "Stage Prop" paint decorated box ca. 1900; simple nail constructed lift lid document box with metal lid keeper, vivid paint decoration having a black base with gold leaf diamond overlap ribbon and brightly decorated false panel lid with the interior having red paint with patriotic double shield eagle die cut, 14"x 8"x 6 3/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 75.00

    663. 2 multi-wood trinkets ca. 1900-1940; mahogany and maple wood bucket with willow bands and a glass base, 3 3/8"d, 3 1/8"h; parquet crafted and turned wooden sock darner, 2 1/8"d, 6 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 30.00

    664. Wrought 3 foot garden cresset lamp ca. 1780; cresset lamp with a cast three drake foot base having the urn shape of the cresset/lamp in ornate wrought iron, 13"d, 17"h; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 180.00

    665. 2 tin candlemolds ca. 1820-1870; primitive four hole candle mold with tray top and strap handle, 4 3/4"x 1 7/8"x 10"; twelve hole candlemold with tray top and two side handles, 10"x 3 3/4"x 10 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 35.00

    666. Galvanized Gulf Oil trade sign ca. 1940s-1950s; flame shaped with "Gulf Solar Heat" stencil painted to the sign, 20 1/2"x 36"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 120.00

    667. Child's one door milk cupboard ca. 1840; made from mixed softwoods and stained with a dark brown stain featuring a single panel door with two chamfered battens, mounted with small butt hinges, small brass pull door, 16"x 8"x 18 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 80.00

    668. 2 pieces of small furniture ca. 1850-1900; early green paint decorated footstool with rag carpet carved bench, yellow paint accent on base and dated "1889" in pencil under seat; miniature three drawer washstand with small towel rack, rope twist quarter columns on side and spool design trim having small turned feet and white porcelain knobs; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 90.00

    669. Ornate cast iron "Model Range" ca. 1900-1920; child's model ornamental cast stove with open cast chimney shield with shelf, open cast fancy side plate, fire box shelf and open cast rest in front of oven door including a lifter, two open grill plates, Kenton Brand miniature teapot, Kenton footed kettle, coal bucket and shovel, 27"x 12"x 19 1/2"; Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 350.00

    670. 2 Native American baskets ca. 1890-1920; attributed to tribes of the North East: willow splint gathering basket with square bottom and rounded top with yellow paint accent, 12"x 12"x 6 1/2"; large two handled laundry basket with square bottom, rounded top and birch splints, 21 1/2"d, 10 1/2"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 95.00

    671. Softwood painted clock shelf ca. 1870-1900; large pine plank shelf having a bead bottom and supported by two large brackets with multiple layers of paint, 36"x 7"x 12"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 60.00

    672. Paint decorated footstool ca. 1890-1920; yellow paint decorated footstool in nail construction with "bramble rose" design on top and sides of legs with the front of the legs in cut scroll work and shaped aprons under the seat of the stool, 18 1/4"x 7 3/4"x 8 3/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 30.00

    673. Pinwheel design lollipop butter print ca. 1830-1850; circular raised pinwheel carved butter print with dado for shaping the butter on handle initialed in cursive lettering "A.N.", 2 3/4"x 10"x 1"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 220.00

    674. Tin type photo of man in uniform ca. 1860-1880s; tin type photo of a man with valve trombone wearing a Union Army uniform including a note reading "Ephraim K Smith, father of Morris Smith", 2 1/2"x 3 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 65.00

    675. Small decorative butter ball print ca. 1870; turned maple with long grasp handle of a prancing reindeer with accent near nose, 1 5/8"d, 2 3/4"h; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    676. 3 wooden carved kitchen primitives ca. 1820-1920; early turned birch print of strawberry flower and leaf design with a piecrust board and a small turned handle, 4 1/4"d, 2 1/4"h; primitive modified pinwheel design print on turned maple print with unusual grasp handle, 3 3/4"d, 3"h; carved poplar wood four panel cookie board, 5 1/4"x 4 1/2"x 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 100.00

    677. Rare Aerie Novelty Co. cast patriotic eagle wall plaque ca. 1910; small two-part cast iron plaque featuring an eagle with spread wings and talons holding the patriotic shield of the U.S. having paint accents with a patent applied for casting of Aerie Novelty Co, Reading, PA embossed on back, 12 1/2"x 6"x 3"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 80.00

    678. Carved burl maple mortar ca. 1730-1800; pioneer-type cup shave mortar carved from burl maple with small carved ear and early tin make-do repair, 5 1/2"d, 3 3/4"h and a cherry drawn work pestle, 3 1/2"d, 8 1/4"h; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 190.00

    679. Folk art model of U.S.S. Williamsburg presidential yacht ca. 1930-1950; wooden crafted model of the U.S. Navy gun boat crafted of wood planks in white and brown paint with small eagle carving on front of bridge, 30"x 6 1/2"x 9 1/2"; Estimate $1,000.00-$2,000.00

    Sold For 260.00

    680. Decorative copper rooster weathervane ca. various ages; vintage weathervane with crowing rooster half form copper re-creation and half copper half ball designed as a wallhanger, 38"x 2 1/2"x 44 1/2"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 110.00

    681. Splayed leg tiger maple footstool ca. 1880-1900; single mortise footstool of highly figured tiger maple with apron and cut-out on legs, 15 1/2"x 7 1/2"x 9"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 240.00

    682. 2 baskets & pin cushions ca. 1840-1880; round oak splint egg basket with double rail braced rim, full wrapped base rim and a steam bent handle, 8 1/4"d, 10 1/2"h; miniature open weave sewing basket, 2 1/2"d, 1 1/8"h; six miniature fruit pin cushions in cloth and stuffed with saw dust, 2"h; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 160.00

    683. 3 trade strikes for S. Rex, Schaefferstown ca. 1780-1800; two early branding irons with center pellets and embossed letter punch strike with center pellets from the Rexes of Schaefferstown, PA, 3 1/2"x 1 1/8"x 19 1/2" & 4 3/4"x 1 3/4"x 16 1/2" branding irons; 1 3/4"x 1 1/4"x 6 1/2" punch; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 160.00

    684. Molded pottery owl statue ca. 1850; barn owl-type figure seated on a rough log with a pottery base having odd glaze and paint with terra cotta or sewer tile form in tin/iron wash and painted white attributed to William Mercer, 8"x 7 1/2"x 16 1/2"; Estimate $400.00-$600.00

    Sold For 120.00

    685. Oversized carved wooden grotesque mask ca. 1760-1860; tribal mask carved with skull or crown on top of head dress having large round protruding eyes, rounded cheeks and broad nose with the mouth carved open with squared separated teeth, 13 1/2"x 7"x 21 1/2"; Estimate $300.00-$600.00

    Sold For 140.00

    686. Feather paint decorated doll cradle ca. 1870; doll cradle crafted from salvaged crate parts in simple nail construction and runners are scroll tipped with the surface in grain paint with reddish-green and a feather graining finish, 18 1/2"x 9 1/2"x 10"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 30.00

    687. Carved wooden eagle with shield wall plaque ca. 1930-1950; eagle with shield and arrows in talons with multiple layers o paint over original gold leaf paint with faux distressing with upper surface stained and back painted white attributed to an artistic carving company of Boston, 43 3/4"x 15 1/2"x 5"; Estimate $200.00-$500.00

    Sold For 280.00

    688. PA sandstone chick trough ca. 1820-1850; sloped interior with hand chiseling, 13 1/2"x 7"x 4 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 325.00

    689. Unusual feather grain decorated mill desk ca. 1840-1860; wall mounted slant front desk in dovetailed constructed pine with simple beaded upper aprons, slant front with chamfered and bead trim having gray paint and brown feather graining, 24 1/2"x 12"x 12 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 375.00

    690. Softwood adze hewn trencher ca. 1840-1860; rectangular shaped with grasp handle at either end having the trencher bowl in an oval elongated shape and canoe adze carved, 34 1/2"x 12 1/2"x 5"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 210.00

    691. 3 ornamental stitched bird pin cushions ca. 1890-1910; large tan and pink bird with pink tail and comb, 6"x 4 3/4"; blue and green design bird with rounded tail having a green wing and comb and star in circle on wing, 3 1/2"x 3"; small green and tan fabric bird with tan wings and comb ornate stitchwork accents, 3 1/2"x 3"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 70.00

    692. Oblong hexagon shaped penny rug ca. 1920-1940s; colorful two level felt pennies sewn on an early muslin backer with two rows of brown based pennies and interior having a floral design, 48"x 27"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 110.00

    693. Make-do child's toy dog ca. 1880-1900; homemade child's toy dog featuring a twisted wire frame with straw stuffed body, cloth covering for fur from old blanket and having tail, ears and feet covered with cloth from old coat with black push pin eyes and blue check fabric collar, 7 1/2"x 2 1/2"x 7"; Additional Photo Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 55.00

    694. Needlework & beadwork hot pad ca. Jan. 9, 1864; geometric pattern stitchwork in red, purple, blue, green and yellow with brown lettering of the name Mary Baty and date and having a brown check back and top accented with glass beadwork, 5"x 5"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 50.00

    695. 3 home-crafted pieces ca. 1900-1940; child's make-do stuffed cat made from an old pair of lady's stockings stuffed with quilt batting, having button eyes, stitchwork mouth and whiskers and long tail with red ribbons, 4"x 2 3/4"x 8" with 9 1/2" tail; two piece set of knitted and stitched strawberries by the same hand: one triangular shaped hot pad, 5 3/4"x 5 1/4"x 1/4"; one pin cushion, 3 1/2"x 4"x 1"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 40.00

    696. Noah's Ark stuffed figure set ca. 1930-1940s; crafted of colorful fabrics with yarn and felt clip accents including: Noah with dove and his wife, two blue striped horses, two pink pigs, two lions, two sheep, two hippos, one giraffe, one elephant and a bird, 3"-7"x 1 1/2"-7"x 1"-3"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 30.00

    697. Red & yellow child's quilt ca. 1840-1860; red and yellow child's quilt with yellow block on point center and  a brown patchwork design, 36"x 36"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 70.00

    698. Log cabin quilt ca. 1840-1890; pieced log cabin pattern quilt with black and green sawtooth border, 76"x 76"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 85.00

    699. Irish chain quilt ca. 1840-1890; green and pink Irish chain pattern quilt on a gray printed background, 80"x 78"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 190.00

    700. House pattern quilt ca. 1840-1890; patchwork quilt with light green and orange borders surrounding rows of red houses, 80"x 72"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 350.00

    701. Red and white coverlet ca. 1837; center seam jacquard pattern coverlet with bird and tree border, signed "Jeremlas Derick" and dated 1837 in corners, 100"x 88"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 675.00

    702. William Ney coverlet ca. 1840-1860; red, blue and green jacquard coverlet in American eagle pattern in corners signed "Made by W.M. Ney, Myerstown, Lebanon Co., PA" along lower border, 84"x 80"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 525.00

    703. Homespun linen & cotton yardage ca. 1840-1860; loom width of white cotton and linen over top of weave yardage; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 100.00

    704. Double weave coverlet block pattern ca. 1850; brown and blue wool woven in a block pattern central motif and zig-zag pattern border with a center seam, rolled top and bottom edges, 68"x 65"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 300.00

    705. Jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1870; white cotton warp with red, green and purple wool and white cotton weft in floral and geometric patterns having self-fringed side edges, applied bottom fringe and rolled top edge, 86"x 80"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 60.00

    706. Sawtooth diamond pattern quilt ca. 1900-1930; pink and white pieced cotton central sawtooth diamond surrounded by double sawtooth border having geometric pattern quilting and a white back, 80"x 80"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 110.00

    707. Basket pattern quilt & block pieced quilt top ca. 1935; basket pattern plain and printed fabric top with a white ground having a white cotton back, 80"x 62"; pieced blocks quilt top in printed floral design patterns; Additional Photo Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 50.00

    708. Ralph Dunkelberger oil on canvas ca. 1930; signed on the stretcher appearing to be an unfinished work depicting an old house, 17"x 13 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 160.00

    709. Currier & Ives "Noah's Ark" ca. 1860; hand colored print of the animals boarding the ark in the original beveled frame and glass, 12 1/2"x 8 1/2" sight; 16 1/2"x 12 1/2" framed; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 180.00

    710. Pair of silhouettes ca. 1820; portraying the period and possibly George and Martha Washington each signed "BJC" in frames, 7 3/4"x 5 3/4" overall; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 85.00

    711. Silhouettes ca. 1820; hollow cut silhouette of a gentleman and his wife in a period frame, 9 1/4"x 7 1/4"; gentleman in a homemade frame; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    712. Pair of silhouettes ca. 1820; nicely hand colored in matching gold frames, 5 3/4"x 4 3/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 100.00

    713. Oil on canvas ca. 1900; sailing ships, fisherman and lighthouse, 23 1/2"x 17 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 280.00

    714. Sideboard mirror ca. 1850; mahogany three part mirror with eagle on top, gilded floral trim all around with lion heads in upper corners and fruit baskets in lower corners, 60"x 35"; Additional Photo Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 50.00

    715. Schoolmaster's desk ca. 1840; pine desk with splash back having a slant lid, front opening to pigeon hole compartments, slant front with "H" hinge over one drawer all on four cherry turned legs, 26 1/2"x 21"x 49"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 200.00

    716. Dry sink ca. 1870; wide dry sink with 5" deep sink at front and 10" slash at sink over a triple door base with two shelves inside left door and a single shelf on the double door side with solid sides having cut out at base, 62"x 21 1/2"x 39 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 270.00

    717. Pie safe ca. 1870; pine with a double door front each with three punched panels in a star motif opening to two shelves with a single drawer below on straight bracket feet, 41"x 17"x 50 1/2"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 500.00

    718. Corner cabinet ca. 1830; two part cabinet in pine stepped crown molded top over a single door with nine lights opening to two shelves over the base with one drawer over two doors on straight bracket feet, 43"x 31"x 82 1/2"; Estimate $800.00-$1,200.00

    Sold For 875.00

    719. Ladderback chair ca. 1800; four splat back chair with bulbous turnings flanking the top horizontal splat, rush seat with cylindrical legs and double cross stretchers on three sides in an antique green paint, 18"x 15"x 42 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 35.00

    720. Poplar bench ca. 1860; poplar with shaped ends and mortised sides and supports all in original finish, 61 1/2"x 14"x 18"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 325.00

    721. Candlestand ca. 1820; cherry with round top over a Hepplewhite pedestal resting on spider legs, 20"x 20"x 38"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 110.00

    722. Set of 7 splat back chairs ca. 1840; lower backs with carved crest over contoured splat having lift out seats and cabriole legs and chairs numbered under seats, 14"x 17 3/4"x 34"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 55.00

    723. Chest of drawers ca. 1835; mahogany with mahogany veneered four drawer chest with carved floral blocks flanking top drawer and full turned columns with Corinthian tops flanking the other three drawers all resting on boldly carved paw feet, 43"x 22 1/2"x 44"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 85.00

    724. Jelly cupboard ca. 1800; hardwood cabinet in a dark red wash with two doors opening to five shelves and each door with four raised panels, 46 1/2"x 18 1/2"x 47 1/2"; Estimate $200.00-$400.00

    Sold For 500.00

    725. Chest of drawers ca. 1820; cherry with four drawers, pressed brasses, original locks flanked by chamfered corners, recessed sides and resting on delicate, turned feet, 39"x 21 1/2"x 44"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 250.00

    726. Washstand ca. 1840; cherry with a splash back and sides with lollipop ends over a single drawer with sandwich pulls over four cylindrical legs supporting a lower shelf, 26 3/4"x 19 1/4"x 32 1/4"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 80.00

    727. Cherry one drawer stand ca. 1840; one edge molded drawer in pegged and dovetailed construction all on four turned legs, 21"x 17 3/4"x 30 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    728. Candlestand ca. 1830; tilt top stand with a nicely shaped top with rounded corners over a Hepplewhite pedestal resting on spider legs, 16 1/4"x 20"x 38"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 100.00

    729. One drawer stand ca. 1830; cherry with one drawer having original pressed brass pulls, shaped drawer front on nicely turned and splayed legs, 19"x 18 3/4"x 29 1/2"; Estimate $50.00-$200.00

    Sold For 130.00

    730. Dutch cupboard ca. 1820; two piece cupboard in cherry with the top having cove molding over two doors each with nine lights, brass pulls and butt hinges opening to two shelves with three plate rails; the base having three drawers over two doors with brass pulls opening to a shelf interior all resting on turned feet, 62"x 19"x 87 1/2"; Estimate $1,000.00-$1,500.00

    Sold For 625.00

    731. Red grained blanket chest ca. mid-1800s; poplar chest with red grained paint decoration, turned feet and an interior lidded till, 44"x 20"x 24"; Estimate $100.00-$300.00

    Sold For 130.00

    732. Grain paint decorated wardrobe ca. 1840-1870; knockdown wardrobe with cornice molding above two paneled doors on straight feet, 69"x 28"x 95"; Estimate $300.00-$500.00

    Sold For 325.00

    733. Corner cupboard ca. 1830; cherry two piece single top door cupboard with tiered cove molded top over twelve light door with the base having two drawers over two doors with a shaped skirt, 36"x 29 1/2"x 95"; Estimate $2,000.00-$2,500.00

    Sold For 575.00