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Winter Antique Catalogued Auction

February 9 & 10, 2018

 

    1. N. Foltz redware platter ca. late 20th century; oval formed  redware platter with coggled rim and sgraffito decoration of a bird perched on a branch, 21"x 16"

    Sold For 110.00

    2. N. Foltz redware covered crock ca. late 20th century;  large redware crock and lid with colorful slip decorated houses and trees, 10"d, 12"h

    Sold For 230.00

    3. N. Foltz redware plate ca. 1973; early Foltz redware plate featuring a slip decorated folk art potted tulip, 14"d

    Sold For 80.00

    4. N. Foltz redware plate ca. 1973; round early Foltz plate with yellow slip decorated double eagle, 13"d

    Sold For 140.00

    5. N. Foltz redware jar ca. 1974; sgraffito decorated  redware crock featuring folk art tulip and bird decoration, 6"d, 8"h

    Sold For 190.00

    6. 4 N. Foltz redware animals ca. 1974-1981; four molded redware animals by N. Foltz including two chickens, a rabbit and a pair of birds, 5"h; 4"h; 4 1/2"h & 3"h

    Sold For 75.00

    7. N. Foltz squirrel covered jar ca. late 20th century; large redware two handled jar with a domed lid featuring a molded squirrel and nuts, 7"d, 14"h

    Sold For 240.00

    8. N. Foltz redware charger ca. 1974; redware coggled rim  charger featuring a spread winged eagle and 1776 in yellow and green slip decoration, 13 1/4"d

    Sold For 400.00

    9. 5 pieces of miniature N. Foltz Redware ca. 1975-2001; including an inkwell, jug, food mold, candlestick and jar, 1  1/2"- 3 1/2"h

    Sold For 50.00

    10. N. Foltz redware dog & hen ca. late 20th century; large molded redware dog bank together with a molded redware hen on the nest bank, 8"x4"x 12" & 5"x 2"x 5"

    Sold For 110.00

    11. N. Foltz redware loaf dish ca. 1992; large coggled rim redware loaf dish with yellow and green slip decorated bird on branch, 18 1/2"x 13 1/2"

    Sold For 75.00

    12. 2 pieces of N. Foltz redware ca. 1979 & 1995; redware lidded crock with two handles and impressed heart decoration around the collar, 7"x 8"; redware handled mug with bird and tulip decoration, 6 1/2"x 4 1/2"x 7 1/2"

    Sold For 45.00

    13. Large N. Foltz redware plate ca. mid-late 20th century; round redware plate with floral sgrafitto decoration, 13 1/2"d

    Sold For 75.00

    14. N. Foltz redware vase ca. 1978; ring shaped vase with applied handles, birds and floral and vine decoration, 8"x 4"x 10 1/2"

    Sold For 220.00

    15. N. Foltz redware bowl ca. 1992; redware bowl slip decorated with a horse and rider, 11"d, 7"h

    Sold For 140.00

    16. 5 N. Foltz Santas ca. late 20th century; five molded redware Santas of various sizes, 6"- 9 1/2"h

    Sold For 180.00

    17. N. Foltz squirrel covered jar ca. 2003; two handled redware jar with a domed shaped lid featuring a molded squirrel surrounded by nuts, 5"x 8"

    Sold For 270.00

    18. 4 N. Foltz miniatures  ca. late 20th century; including a small slip decorated plate, 3"d; three molded redware miniature animals, 1/2"- 2 1/2"h

    Sold For 40.00

    19. 4 pieces of N. Foltz redware ca. 1974-1977; pair of yellow slip decorated redware candle sconces, 5"x 2 1/2"x 8"; sgraffito decorated cup and saucer, 6"d, 3"h; handled mug, 3 1/2"d, 4"h

    Sold For 90.00

    20. N. Foltz redware platter & plate ca. 1974 & 1983; coggled rim redware platter with sgraffito decorated fish, 14"x 10"; round slip decorated fish plate, 10 1/2"d

    Sold For 70.00

    21. 2 pieces of N. Foltz redware ca. 1992 & 1995; molded redware spread winged eagle, 6"x 4 1/2"x 9"; sgraffito decorated handled mug featuring a fish, 6"x 5"x 6"

    Sold For 400.00

    22. 3 N. Foltz plaques ca. 2003-2008; pair of relief molded plaques with Ephrata Cloister sisters, 7 1/2"x 4 1/2"; relief molded angel plaque, 9 1/2"x 4 1/2"

    Sold For 40.00

    23. 4 N. Foltz redware ornaments ca. 1960-1980s; including a chicken, pelican, folk art lion and a potted flower with the lion and chicken signed "Ned Foltz/Made in the 1960s" in marker, 6"- 7 1/2"h

    Sold For 30.00

    24. 2 N. Foltz dolls ca. late 20th century; redware molded head dolls with cloth bodies and vintage clothing, 15"-17"h Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 110.00

    25. Set of N. Foltz 4 seasons plates ca. late 20th century; matching set of four sgraffito decorated redware plates with scenes relating to each season, 12"d Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 220.00

    26. 2 pieces of N. Foltz redware ca. 1974 & 1975; two handled redware jar with dome lid, 6"x 5"x 7"; redware saucer base flower pot, 6 1/2"d, 5"h

    Sold For 80.00

    27. Emmets Toy Corp molded tin golf game ca. 1920s; pressed tin and lithograph surface nine-hole table top golf game with two small clubs and two small metal golf balls framed with wood, 27 3/4"x 20"x 1" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 325.00

    28. 2 iron combination safe banks ca. 1900; Kenton Brand patent applied for safety vault with embossed cast horse designs and nickel plate; Marshall Field & Co. "Bank of Columbia" nickel plated combination door with embossed shielded eagle, Lady Liberty, Uncle Sam and "Going to Columbia World's Fair"

    Sold For 80.00

    29. 2 displays of 54 baseball cigarette trade pins ca. 1910-1912; American Tobacco Co. "Sweet Corporal 1910-1912" baseball pins with each pin depicting a player with their club name and their name on the bottom of the pin including Fred Clarke & Frank Chance, 7/8"d each Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 525.00

    30. 2 baseball scene silks  ca. pre-1900; unknown trade advertising tobacco silks: gent and lady seated in a two-wheel sulky watching a baseball game in background; two young ladies dressed in baseball uniforms touching the base bag, both wearing caps, knee high socks and broad belts, 4 1/4"x 5 3/4" each

    Sold For 210.00

    31. Collection of PSA graded Sweet Corporal baseball pins ca. 1910-1912; each Sweet Corporal pin graded as ex-5 players including Tommy Leach, Dolly Gray, Steve Evans, Frank LaPorte, Sherry Magee, Rebel Oakes, Jimmy Austin, Red Ames, George Bell, Topsy Hartsel and others, 7/8"d each

    Sold For 375.00

    32. 3 various penny banks ca. 1900-1950; white metal/ aluminum "Lincoln Coin Bank" with cabin and trees painted brass with brown, green and blue accent, 3 1/2"x 2"x 2 1/2"; pressed tin snare drum bank with embossed sides, 3"d, 3"h; A.C. Williams "Billiken" bank, patented No. 39603 brass painted with red hair, 2 3/4"x 2 3/4"x 4 1/4"

    Sold For 60.00

    33. German bisque head doll ca. 1890-1910; bisque head open mouth doll with large cheeks, blue glass sleepy eyes, partial kid leather body, bisque/porcelain hands, stuffed cloth feet, modern red hair wig, vintage green striped dress with lace accent and early under clothes marked "Germany" with small "H" (Handwerk), 21"h

    Sold For 75.00

    34. 2 dolls ca. 1900-1960s; Armand Marsille model #370 incised #IGHM 374830.137 head on pink leather jointed body with fixed/open blue eyes, curly blonde wig, porcelain hands and modern fancy dress and bonnet, 22"h; mid-late 20th century frozen Charlotte porcelain head doll on cloth body with porcelain hands and feet in a red polka-dot dress, 18"h Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 50.00

    35. Oak 3 drawer child's bureau ca. 1900-1930; simple oak three drawer chest on turned feet with turned maple knobs and dark brown stain, 13"x 8 1/4"x 14"

    Sold For 85.00

    36. Cast iron Overland circus wagon ca. 1910-1920; green painted circus cage wagon with white polar bear on red running gear being pulled by a pair of white horses, mounted on shaft with front hoof wheel and driver seated on wagon, 14 1/4"x 4"x 7 1/2"

    Sold For 210.00

    37. Child's printed cloth hankie ca. 1890; printed in red and black on a white cotton hankie of a girl in red outfit, black pony and four greyhound vignettes, 10 1/2"x 11 1/2"

    Sold For 25.00

    38. Greiner's patented doll ca. 1872-1884; patented by Ludwig Greiner of Phila, PA in 1853; the papier mache head doll has molded painted black hair, blue eyes, red lips and head mounted on early cloth body with leather hands and arms Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 90.00

    39. 3 small iron building penny banks ca. 1900-1920; all A.C. Williams skyscraper banks with radiator silver and brass roof paint, (2) 2"x 2"x 3 3/4" & (1) 1 3/4"x 1 3/4"x 3 3/4"

    Sold For 65.00

    40. Kingsbury Mfg. pressed steel "Motor Driven Truck" ca. 1920-1930s; large pressed steel mechanical truck on rubber wheels, large stake body with black chassis and cab and orange bed with rail side, front fender folds down to wind shaft/key to large coil spring under drive wheel, 24 1/2"x 8"x 9 3/4" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 925.00

    41. 2 figural iron lion banks ca. 1920s; tail right lion bank with brass paint and red painted mouth, 5 1/4"x 4 1/4"; AC Williams fine hair lion bank with tail on leg and brass paint, 4"x 2 3/4"

    Sold For 55.00

    42. 3 small iron building penny banks ca. 1900-1930; A.C. Williams "Presto" bank with closed window/door casting, radiator paint and brass roof, 2 3/4"x 1 3/4"x 3 3/4"; small A.C. Williams "Presto" bank with open casting on doors and brass paint, 2 3/4"x 1 3/4"x 3"; A.C. Williams small domed bank with key painted in radiator gray and brass roof, 2"x 1 3/4"x 3"

    Sold For 55.00

    43. Japanese mechanical marionette theatre ca. 1930; key-wind acrobat type toy with two celluloid figures by CK Trademark, Japan in original slide-over colorful trade box, motor key-wind clock, spring coil operated, 13 1/2"x 5 1/4"x 2 3/4" box

    Sold For 350.00

    44. Mercantile wrapping paper of John Falk, merchant tailor, Lancaster, PA ca. 1880-1900; printed broadside for trade advertising depicting interior of store with a man on stool being measured by tailor and shop keeper at desk, printed by John M. Miller, Pottsville, PA, 12 1/4"x 15 1/4"

    Sold For 65.00

    45. Wallpaper covered Union Choral Harmony song book ca. 1833; German and English dialect, 143 page choral songbook by Heinrich C. Eyer, printed by Francis Wyeth, Harrisburg with index ink owner signature by Daniel Brown in back leaf, 10 1/2"x 6"x 3/4" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 55.00

    46. Early map of Holy Lands ca. 1815 dated; oak framed map of places recorded in the five books of Moses and inset map of eastern countries mentioned by Moses, with scrivener work by Harriet Emma Whiteman, affixed to paper backer and written, "Harriet Emma Whiteman - Mrs. Osborne's Seminary 7-12-1815", 15 1/2"x 12 1/2"

    Sold For 55.00

    47. 2 framed indentures ca. 1769 & 1800; dated 1769 for property of 270 acres in Earl Twp., Lancaster Co., PA between Andrew Gehr and Jacob Breneisen (Shoemaker), 20"x 18 1/4" framed; dated 1800 for property in Bern Twp., Berks Co., between Peter Zuber (Zieber) and John Zuber (Zieber), 36 3/4"x 29" framed

    Sold For 110.00

    48. Bag of local postcards & ephemera ca. 1900-1920; die cut advertisement for H.S. Gibble "Bee Hive" Store, Ephrata, PA of children and a seated dog, 6 3/4"x 8 1/2"; four various black and white photo postcards featuring three Stevens scenes and one 1908 public sale postcard

    Sold For 30.00

    49. Wallpaper covered, handwritten songbook ca. 1820; attributed to Lidia Beitzel, 1820 with German script papers inside from Northampton and Macungie area, nineteen pages of handwritten script and music written by two hands with wallpaper binding, 8"x 4 3/4"x 1/4" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 190.00

    50. Leather cover design booklet of John B. Fasnacht ca. Jan 28, 1885 dated; small leather pocket booklet with interior full of pages of quilt or coverlet designs Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 60.00

    51. Group of 7 Mt. Springs Rifle Co. photos ca. 1899-1905; scenes from Mt. Springs Rifle Co., Ephrata, PA of club and camp scenes with young men dressed in uniforms in front of tents, 6 1/2"- 10 1/2"x 5"-8"

    Sold For 110.00

    52. 6 various scissor cuttings ca. 1800-1900s; four complete round intricate snowflake-type designs: one with an eight heart pattern and fronds, one eight heart pattern signed Lydia Good, Hinkletown, PA; one eight sided emanating arrows design, one large open work design, 5 1/4"- 9 1/4"d; single fold bookmark with small floral front design, 7"x 3 1/2"; single pie of larger design with bird top and facing birds in openwork, 8 1/2"x 5 1/2"

    Sold For 95.00

    53. 2 frames of carriage work ads ca. 1890-1910; trade advertisement for Gruber Wagon/Carriage Works, Mt. Pleasant, Berks Co., PA with three various carriage print designs; trade advertisement for John K. Yerger, proprietor of Wernersville Carriage Works advertising carriages, buggies, wagons, sleighs, etc., 6"x 8" framed each

    Sold For 85.00

    54. Leather bound "Erbaungs Christen" by Ernst August Parder ca. 1772; printed by Christian Berth, Hamburg, PA including communion-devotions and deaths considerations, small bookplate/scrivener of John H. Grabow Bütitz and partial family register in back leaflet with interior binding of floral wallpaper, 4"x 6 3/4"x 3/4" Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 130.00

    55. Framed public sale bill ca. 1-27-1903; sale bill for Leah Fisher Estate listing household furnishings from six bedsteads to corn cobs, printed by Weekly News Print, Strasburg, PA with J.B. Zeller, auctioneer and John P. Fisher and Benuel K. Stoltzfus executors, 14"x 21 1/4"x 1 1/4" framed

    Sold For 55.00

    56. Framed taufschein by Blumer & Leisenring, Allentown, PA ca. 1860 printed; birth record of Maria Melinda Trein born 1845 in Hollidaysburg, PA with an eagle top print box, off-set angel and birds and hand-colored with purple, yellow and greens in a cherry molded frame, 17 3/4"x 21 1/2"x 1"

    Sold For 75.00

    57. Unframed public sale bill ca. 6-18-1887 sale date; broadside for the sale of personal property of Elias Bloss, Schuylkill Co., with a single large black horse printed by J.A. Miller, Tripoli, PA, 11 3/4"x 18 1/2"

    Sold For 60.00
    58. Framed 1800 Ulster County Gazette newspaper ca. 1-4-1800 print date; with main articles concerning the details of General Washington's death and burial including letters of condolence from President John Adams and framed in a molded cherry frame, 24 1/2"x 19" framed Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3

    Sold For 40.00

    59. Hepplewhite shaving mirror ca. early 19th century; shield shaped framed beveled edge mirror mounted on a case of three drawers with brass knobs and resting on ogee bracket feet, 17"x 8 1/2"x 23"

    Sold For 70.00

    60. Paint decorated box ca. mid-19th century; black painted box with pear and leaf decoration, inset with a brass lock and having a domed lid with a brass handle, 14"x 8"x 7" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 95.00

    61. 2 gathering baskets ca. mid-late 19th century; oblong basket with blue accents and a bentwood handle, 8"x 12"x 9"; deep oblong gathering basket, 14 1/2"x 7"x 12"

    Sold For 45.00

    62. Egg basket ca. mid-19th century; small orschbok style egg basket with a bentwood handle, 6"d, 5"h

    Sold For 65.00

    63. Pair of hogscraper candlesticks ca. early 19th century; wrought iron brass collared candlesticks with round hogscraper bases and flattened push up knobs, signed "Hans", 4"d, 6"h & 4"d, 5 1/2'h

    Sold For 300.00

    64. 2 cheese baskets ca. mid-19th century; two large round open work woven baskets, 13"d, 4"h & 11"d, 4"h

    Sold For 280.00

    65. Large basket ca. mid-late 19th century; deep gathering basket with two inset handles, 14"d, 13 1/2"h

    Sold For 45.00

    66. Carboy bottle ca. early-mid-19th century; large dark green blown glass bottle with a tall stem, 13"x 10"x 18"

    Sold For 140.00

    67. 2 baskets ca. mid-19th century; round woven handleless basket, 9"d, 5"h; an egg basket with a bentwood handle, 10"d, 10"h

    Sold For 55.00

    68. Duck decoy ca. early 20th century; wooden paint decorated canvasback duck decoy with red and black glass eyes, 17"x 6"x 11"

    Sold For 80.00

    69. 2 baskets ca. mid-19th century; oblong melon shaped basket with a woven handle, 15"x 7"x 10"; deep gathering basket with a bentwood handle, 15"d, 15"h

    Sold For 80.00

    70. Candlestick style tin lamp ca. early-mid-19th century; unusual tin and toleware candlestick style lamp with a cup shaped reflector and a nickel-plated base, 4"x 4"x 7"

    Sold For 75.00

    71. Atlantic sign  ca. early 20th century; red and white porcelain sign marked "ATLANTIC" in blue letters across the middle with four brass eyelets at each corner, 13"x 9"

    Sold For 85.00

    72. Pair of gasoline related signs ca. early 20th century; red and white painted porcelain signs marked "Go To" and "Gas and Oil" in black lettering, 16"d

    Sold For 110.00

    73. Wax flower display ca. late 19th century; fancy wax flower display on a pedestal contained in a large glass dome on a gilded wooden base, 15"d, 24"h

    Sold For 100.00

    74. 2 waffle irons ca. late 18th century; larger cast iron tongs style waffle iron, 31"x 8"; a smaller cast iron waffle iron with a hinged end, 24"x 6" Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 120.00

    75. Coffee roaster & fireplace toaster ca. mid-19th century; cylinder wrought iron coffee roaster with a bent iron arm and a wooden handle, 6"d, 27"l; a wrought iron toaster with a hinged handle, 12"x 2"x 25"

    Sold For 90.00

    76. Piedmont Cigarette sign ca. early 20th century; blue porcelain sign marked "SMOKE/ PIEDMONT/ THE CIGARETTE/ OF QUALITY" in white lettering, 11 1/2"x 11 1/2"

    Sold For 120.00

    77. Slide lid box  ca. mid-19th century; dovetailed poplar box with a tapered slide lid, 12"x 8"x 4 1/2"

    Sold For 110.00

    78. Wrought iron thumb latch ca. early 19th century; unusual wrought iron thumb latch with a flattened shaped top with seven arms, 10"x 3 1/2"

    Sold For 85.00

    79. D. Ellinger theorem ca. late 20th century; extremely fine theorem painting on velvet of a fruit basket signed in the bottom right and contained in a paint decorated frame, 21"x 17"

    Sold For 260.00

    80. G. French watercolor  ca. late 20th century; folk art watercolor of a rabbit with saddle signed in lower left contained in a painted frame, 11 1/2"x 11 1/2"

    Sold For 55.00

    81. D. Ellinger watercolor ca. late 20th century; watercolor of a blue and red folk art peacock and tulip signed in the lower right contained in a paint decorated frame, 15"x 16"

    Sold For 75.00

    82. L. Breininger redware charger ca. 1995; sgraffito decorated redware plate of Lady Okle riding a horse, 12 1/2"d

    Sold For 65.00

    83. Turtle Creek redware bowl ca. 1999; sgraffito decorated redware bowl featuring colonial couples dancing inside a German motto border, after Johannes Neis, 11 1/2"d

    Sold For 55.00

    84. G. Shooner redware bowl ca. 1994; sgraffito decorated redware bowl featuring a pair of folk art birds flanking a central heart and tulip design, after Andrew Uhler, 8 1/2"d

    Sold For 120.00

    85. L. Breininger redware plate ca. 1992; coggled rim redware plate with yellow and green polka dot slip decoration, 10 1/2"d

    Sold For 120.00

    86. G. Shooner redware plate ca. 1989; large yellow slip decorated redware plate, 12"d

    Sold For 75.00

    87. D&B Strawser carved eagle ca. 1978; folk art carved and paint decorated spread-winged eagle marked "D&BS/78/PA" on bottom, 14"x 6"x 12" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 425.00

    88. W. Gottshall carved cat ca. 1977; folk art carved and paint decorated cat in a basket initialed "WJG/77" on bottom, 9"x 6"x 8" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 200.00

    89. Gottshall carved dog pull toy ca. 1983; folk art carved and white painted dog with a red dish and loose bone on a wooden base with metal wheels marked "June & Walter Gottshall/Xmas of 83/Good Luck" on base, 9 1/2"x 4 1/2"x 7" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 240.00

    90. 3 pieces of Shooner redware ca. late 20th century; small slip decorated plate featuring a folk art bird together with two molded redware bird figures, 6"d; 3"h & 2"h

    Sold For 140.00

    91. D&D Strawser carved snake ca. 1997; folk art carved and paint decorated snake marked "D&DS/97" on bottom, 12"x 1" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 85.00

    92. William Rank theorem ca. 1960; a cat with red ball of yarn in a folk art painted frame, 19"x 17 1/2"

    Sold For 150.00

    93. Reproduction fraktur ca. 20th century; birth and baptismal certificate for Jonathan Reber with distelfinks, flowers, houses, etc. after Abraham Huth and so noted on reverse, 15"x 11"

    Sold For 60.00

    94. J. Seagraves redware creamer & sugar bowl ca. late 20th century; creamer with incised decoration and applied handle and initialed "JCS", 2"x 5"x 4"; sugar bowl marked "Breinigsville/Pennsylvania" and initialed "JCS", 5"x 3 1/2"

    Sold For 30.00

    95. Gottshall carved horse pull toy ca. late 20th century; brown paint decorated wooden carved horse on a base with wooden wheels and initialed on bottom, 8 1/2"x 4"x 9"

    Sold For 60.00

    96. N. Foltz redware crock ca. 1978; two handled redware crock with applied flower, 7"x 5 1/2"x 6 1/2"

    Sold For 190.00

    97. L. Breininger redware charger ca. 1983; sgraffito decorated redware charger with flowers growing from a heart, signed and dated on bottom, 12 1/2"d

    Sold For 80.00

    98. B. Strawser watercolor ca. late 20th century; watercolor of violets signed "1994/Barbara Strawser" in a walnut Victorian frame, 13 1/2"x 11"

    Sold For 170.00

    99. 2 L. Breininger plates ca. late 20th century; sgraffito decorated redware plate with central heart and tulip, 10 1/2"d; green sgraffito decorated tulip plate, 10 1/2"d

    Sold For 190.00

    100. M. Shooner plate ca. 1992; delft style pottery plate signed "Mary Shooner" with a floral decorated central motif, 8 3/4"d

    Sold For 40.00

    101. M. Yoder theorem  ca. 1970; theorem painting on velvet of a flower basket, initialed in bottom right, 13 3/4"x 13 1/4"

    Sold For 35.00

    102. 2 pieces of L. Breininger redware ca. 1988 & 1974; sgraffito decorated platter with a central fruit arrangement over "F. Spang", 12"x 10"; redware handled colander, 10"d, 6"h

    Sold For 75.00

    103. D. Hackenberger oil painting ca. late 20th century; folk art scene of antiques in front of the buildings of Landis Valley Farm Museum, 23 1/2"x 11 1/2"

    Sold For 230.00

    104. W. Rank theorem ca. late 20th century; theorem painting on velvet of a bald eagle with American shield contained in a paint decorated frame, 15 1/2"x 13 1/2"

    Sold For 140.00

    105. Cast iron owl shaped mechanical bank ca. 1900; patented Sept 2, 1893; cast iron owl by J&E Stevens that turns its head with lever action, perched on a log base with glass eyes, 4"x 3"x 7 1/2"

    Sold For 290.00

    106. 2 iron building shaped penny banks ca. 1895; H.L. Judd "Home Bank" with man on front stoop of bank and green accent to brick and roof line, 3 1/4"x 4 1/4"x 4"; H.L. Judd "City Bank with Teller" featuring a tall two-story bank building with faux Victorian front, alcove of front door with teller and a brass wash finish, 3"x 2 1/2"x 5 1/2"

    Sold For 300.00

    107. 2 iron figural penny banks ca. 1887 & 1921-1931; "Middy" cast iron pot belly sailor boy figure holding a pipe in left hand with paint accent to lips and eyes, 2 1/4"d, 5 1/4"h; A.C. Williams "Mutt & Jeff" bank with brass wash paint, 3 1/2"x 2"x 5 1/4"

    Sold For 160.00

    108. 2 iron building shaped banks ca. 1890-1910; A.C. Williams "Domed Bank" grey-green building with brass paint on roof, 3 3/4"x 2 1/4"x 4 3/4"; J & E Stevens "Home Savings Bank" painted brown with brass accent paint, dog finial and patent dated 3-10-1891, 4 1/4"x 3 1/4"x 5 3/4"

    Sold For 110.00

    109. 3 iron figural banks ca. 1900-1930; A.C. Williams "Three Wise Monkeys" seated monkeys with brass and gold paint wash, 3 1/2"x 1 1/2"x 3 3/4"; attributed to A.C. Williams "Be Wise Save Money" owl on stump with bronze wash and black eye outline, 2 1/2"x 2"x 4 3/4"; Hubley #465 elephant with grey paint and brass paint to ears with red accent

    Sold For 130.00

    110. 2 iron combination safe banks ca. 1890-1920; C. Hart Mfg. Co. "Safe Deposit" safe shaped bank, patented 5-12-1885 with black paint, brass combination dial and bronze paint accent, 4 1/2"x 4 1/4"x 5 1/4"; grey iron castings #500 "Coin Deposit Bank" with nickel plated surfaces and dial combination, 4"x 3 3/4"x 5 1/4" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 95.00

    111. 2 iron horse related penny banks ca. 1890-1920; "Prancing Horse" on a platform base with brass paint, 7"x 2 1/2"x 7 1/2"; Chamberlain & Hill "Tally Ho" plaque-type bank with horse head in horseshoe and fox frame and brown paint with brass paint accent, 4 1/2"x 2"x 4 3/4"

    Sold For 70.00

    112. Large cast iron safe bank ca. 1903-1905; Grey Iron Casting Co., Mt. Joy #1000 large size "Coin Deposit Bank", nickel plated with fancy grape and floral cast sides and a combination door, 5 1/2"x 4 3/4"x 6 3/4"

    Sold For 110.00

    113. 2 figural iron penny banks ca. 1915-1930; A.C. Williams "Graf Zeppelin" air ship with radiator gray paint, 6 3/4"x 1 3/4"; Kenton "Woolworth" building with brass paint, 1"x 1 1/2"x 5 3/4"

    Sold For 95.00

    114. 2 small iron safe shaped banks ca. 1899-1920; Shimer Toy Co. moon and star combination door bank painted black with brass accent, 2 3/4"x 2 3/4"x 4"; "Ideal Safety Deposit" with combination lock and nickel plating, 3"x 2 3/4"x 4 1/4"

    Sold For 45.00

    115. 2 figural iron penny banks ca. 1900-1936; “Darkey Sharecropper" bank - Creager toy bank with exposed toes on one foot, black pants, brass shirt and hat and red accent, 2 3/4"x 2"x 5 1/2"; Hubley seated brown painted bear holding a green honey pot, 3 1/2"x 4 1/2"x 6 3/4"

    Sold For 85.00

    116. Cast iron still bank ca. 1906; Hubley #479 fine cast elephant painted grey with accent paint and applied ears, 7"x 3"x 4 3/4"

    Sold For 130.00

    117. 2 figural iron tank banks ca. 1918-1920s; U.S. tank bank designed by Nelson T. Hasenplug with top and side cannon turrets, 4"x 2 1/2"x 1 3/4"; A.C. Williams "Tank Bank USA 1918" with brass paint, 4 1/2"x 2 3/4"x 2 1/2"

    Sold For 75.00

    118. 2 iron safe shaped banks ca. 1882-1920; Keyser & Rex "Arabian Safe" key operated safe bank with embossed middle scene and some brass accent, 4"x 4"x 4 1/2"; late pressed steel and iron "Daisy Safe" with key operated door, open lattice top and nickel plate, 2 1/2"x 2 3/4"x 3 1/2"

    Sold For 40.00

    119. 4 figural iron banks ca. 1910-1930; two A.C. Williams elephants with Howdah: one in grey paint with brass accent and one in brass paint, 4"x 1 3/4"x 3" each; A.C. Williams small camel with grey paint and red accent, 4"x 5"; A.C. Williams buffalo with bronze paint, 4 3/4"x 1 1/2"x 3 1/4"

    Sold For 130.00

    120. Iron "Steamboat" bank ca. 1912-1920; A.C. Williams small steamboat bank in five hole design at paddle wheel and brass and red paint, 7 3/4"x 2 1/2"

    Sold For 45.00

    121. 3 iron figural mailbox banks ca. 1910-1930; Hubley small standing mailbox bank with green paint, pull down door and gold paint accent, 2"x 1 1/2"x 4"; two A.C. Williams round top hanging US mailboxes with grey paint and red accent paint, 2 3/4"x 1 3/4"x 3 1/2" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 50.00

    122. 2 small iron building shaped banks ca. 1880-1930; small A.C. Williams skyscraper with radiator and brass paint, 2"x 2"x 3 1/2"; Kenton state bank in gray paint with red paint on roof and cupola, 2 1/2"x 2"x 3 1/4"

    Sold For 65.00
    123. 3 hogscraper brass candlesticks ca. early 19th century; tall brass candlestick with banded collar and a brass push-up knob on a hogscraper base, 4"d, 8"h; similar candlestick with an iron thumb shell shaped knob, 4"d, 8"h; shorter brass candlestick with an iron thumb shaped knob signed "Hans", 4"d, 6 1/2"h

    Sold For 190.00

    124. Candle lantern & tin wall box ca. mid-late 19th century; glass and black painted tin candle lantern with a hinged door, 6"x 6"x 18"; tin wall pocket, 10 1/2"x 4"x 7 1/2"

    Sold For 140.00

    125. Miniature hogscraper candlestick ca. mid-late 19th century; wrought iron candlestick with an iron thumb shaped push up knob and a hogscraper base, 2"d, 3 1/4"h Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 375.00

    126. Duck decoy & basket ca. late 19th century to early 20th century; paint decorated wooden canvasback duck decoy; woven swing handle basket

    Sold For 100.00

    127. 2 early lighting devices ca. early-mid-19th century; wrought iron candlestick with a mid-drip weighted base, 3"d, 7"h; wrought iron betty lamp, 5"x 3"x 5"

    Sold For 140.00

    128. Wooden butter bowl & 2 butter prints ca. mid-19th century; large wooden butter bowl, 16 1/2"d, 4 1/2"h; two wooden carved butterprints: one with a wheat sheaf design, 4"d, 3 1/2"h and one with a tulip and leaf design, 5"d, 4"h

    Sold For 110.00

    129. 2 nutmeg graters ca. mid-late 19th century; tin and wood grater patent dated 1877, 6"x 2"x 1 1/2"; wooden turned grater mounted with brass fittings patent dated 1862, 7 1/2"x 3"x 2"

    Sold For 160.00

    130. 2 hogscraper candlesticks ca. mid-19th century; two wrought iron candlesticks with flattened push-up knobs and round hogscraper bases, 4 3/4"d, 9 1/2"h & 4 1/2"d, 8 1/2"h

    Sold For 200.00

    131. 2 pair of ice skates ca. mid-late 19th century; wrought iron blade with a rounded front and decorated brass foot pads signed "Gray & Selby/ Nottingham", 13"x 2 1/2"x 2 1/2"; similar unsigned pair with decorated iron foot pads, 12 1/2"x 2 1/2"x 2"

    Sold For 95.00

    132. Comic scene viewer  ca. late 19th century; unusual viewer with toleware cylinder fitted with many printed comical cards surrounding a mirrored cylinder interior and mounted on turned wooden base; cards can be viewed in motion when viewer is spun, 9"d, 6"h

    Sold For 110.00

    133. Brass horn ca. early 20th century; unusual brass double horn marked "A.R. Sands & Son Co./New York", 10 1/2"x 4"x 1 1/2" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 50.00

    134. Wooden butter bowl & 2 butter prints ca. mid-late 19th century; large wooden turned butter bowl, 14"d, 4"h; a pomegranate pattern butter print, 4"d, 2 1/2"h and a carved wooden butter mold, 3 1/2"d, 4"h

    Sold For 140.00

    135. 2 nutmeg graters ca. late 19th century; iron disc shaped nutmeg grater marked with an iron handle having a wooden turned knob, 3"x 4"; tin disc shaped nutmeg grater patent dated 1870, 4"x 4"x 3"

    Sold For 75.00

    136. Red painted bowl ca. mid-late 19th century; heavy wooden bowl with raised lipped rim and red exterior paint, 19"d, 6"h Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 325.00

    137. Brass fireplace accessories ca. early-mid-19th century; pair of round brass and irons with scrolled feet and iron hog rests, 8"x 20"x 16"; set of tools including two pair of tongs, a shovel and a poke with matching brass handles, 26"-32"l

    Sold For 40.00

    138. Extendable desk ca. late 19th century; unusual wall mounted desk with an iron adjustable arm supporting a square wooden desk with four drawers, 40"l

    Sold For 75.00

    139. Pair of strap hinges  ca. mid-late 19th century; two wrought iron strap hinges with tool decoration, 24"x 2 1/2"

    Sold For 50.00

    140. Wooden firkin ca. late 19th century; yellow pine coopered firkin with metal bands, wooden lid and a bail handle, stamped "PRR" within a keystone, 12"d, 11"h

    Sold For 100.00

    141. Butter churn ca. late 19th century; softwood horizontal cylinder butter churn with a tapered hopper resting on wooden feet, churn is stenciled in red "No. 1/ Improved" and decorated with a cow on one side and a red stenciled "H" on the other side, 13"x 14"x 15" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 90.00

    142. Cobalt bird decorated S. Hart 2 gallon crock   ca. 1865; salt glazed two gallon cylindrical crock/butter churn with folky cobalt slip bird decoration and a "2", impressed "S. Hart" and "Fulton" (New York) with a rolled rim having an inverted ledge for a lid, pair of applied lug ear handles, pair of incised collar rings and Albany slip glaze interior, misshapened during firing process, 9 1/2"d, 9 1/2"h

    Sold For 475.00

    143. 2 gallon cobalt bird decorated S. Hart crock ca. 1865; salt glazed two gallon cylindrical crock with cobalt slip folky bird design and a "2", impressed "S Hart" (Samuel) and "Fulton" (New York) with a flattened collar rim, pair of applied lug ear handles, pair of incised collar rings and an Albany slip glaze interior, 10 3/4"d, 8 3/4"h

    Sold For 260.00

    144. Stoneware Dr Cronks beer bottle ca. 1880; salt glazed twelve-sided cylindrical stoneware bottle with broad rounded glob top rim, impressed "Dr Cronks/Sarsaparilla/Beer" with an Albany slip glaze interior, 9 3/4"x 3 3/4" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 50.00

    145. PA ovoid redware jug ca. 1860; PA ovoid redware jug with manganese speckles on a yellowish-brown lead glaze, tooled broad sloping mouth, ribbed strap handle and rounded tooled foot, 6 1/2"d, 9 1/4"h Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 190.00

    146. 2 PA slipware pie plates ca. 1875; two PA drape molded yellow slipware pie plates both with slip applied from a double nozzle slip cup both attributed to Willoughby Smith, Womelsdorf, Berks Co., PA: one with three sets of wavy motifs, 7 3/4"d, 1 3/4"h; one with central wavy motif flanked by a pair of straight line motifs, 8"d, 1 3/4"h

    Sold For 290.00

    147. PA redware jug & bottle ca. 1850 & 1880; PA redware: manganese glazed ovoid jug with rounded mouth rim, ribbed strap handle, tooled rounded foot and base incised "10", 5 3/4"d, 6 1/4"h; brown lead glaze cylindrical bottle with tooled double beveled mouth rim and conical shoulder, 3"d, 5 3/4"h

    Sold For 160.00

    148. 6 gallon cobalt decorated Hubbell & Chesebro crock ca. 1875; six gallon salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with cobalt slip floral design and "6", impressed "Hubbell & Chesebro/ Geddes, NY", flattened tooled rim, applied lug ear handles, pair of incised collar rings and Albany slip glazed interior, 12 3/4"d, 13 1/4"h

    Sold For 160.00

    149. 2 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1875; two gallon cylindrical salt glazed stoneware jar with four brushed cobalt double feathered designs below the shoulder, impressed "2", incised collar ring and Albany slip glaze interior attributed to Remmy, Phila pottery, 8 3/4"d, 12 3/4"h

    Sold For 130.00

    150. 2 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1880; two gallon cylindrical salt glazed stoneware jar with four brushed cobalt four stroke drupes around the shoulder, incised collar ring and impressed "2" of mid-Atlantic origin, 8 3/4"d, 12 1/2"h

    Sold For 130.00

    151. Redware "Plymouth Rock" bank ca. early 20th century; molded on the Plymouth Rock at the site of Pilgrim's Landing; painted gray and raised "1620"; incised on base "Plymouth Rock" and other illegible information, 2 3/4"x 4 1/2"x 6 1/4" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 50.00

    152. Mettlach love cup & Copleand jasperware pitcher ca. late 19th century & early 20th century; stoneware Mettlach rounded love cup with three dolphin form handles and three molded romantic scenes within cartouches, one artist signed J Stahl (Joann Stahl) colored in tan-brown, light blue and white with the base having an obscure green ink mark and impressed with abbey profile "Mettlach", "Geschutzt", "2997" with indistinct year mark and VB, 5"d; 6 1/2"h; Copeland jasperware tapered cylindrical pitcher in white over fox hunt scene on pale green stoneware with base impressed "Copeland/England/18", 4 1/2"d, 7"h

    Sold For 70.00

    153. Flow blue & blue transfer plates ca. late 19th century & early 20th century; English Staffordshire earthenware brushed flow blue morning glory pattern dinner plate with copper lustre highlights, 9 3/4"d; two blue transfer plates with Wild Rose pattern borders both with blue ink back stamp "Wild Rose/1784/G Jones" and "England" and impressed with George Jones & Sons, Crescent Pottery marks, 9 1/2"d & 10 1/2"d

    Sold For 45.00

    154. 2 Staffordshire mantel spaniels ca. 1880-1890; white ground with black, brownish red and yellow details, 11"x 4"x 9"; black ground with gilt details, 12 1/2"x 4 1/2"x 11 1/2"

    Sold For:

    155. 2 octagonal sepia transfer platters ca. 1850-1855; both English Staffordshire ironstone octagonal platters both with sepia transfers: large platter with classical waterside scene, sepia ink back stamp "Ironstone/Alleghany/T Goodfellow", 14 1/4"x 18"; platter with oriental waterside scene, sepia ink back stamp "Beauties of China/MV & Co" (Mellor, Venables & Co) and impressed "Ironstone", 10 1/2"x 13 1/2"

    Sold For 75.00

    156. Flow blue "Sobraon" pattern covered vegetable ca. 1850; English Staffordshire earthenware footed covered vegetable in octagonal form with cut corners, flow blue "Sobraon" pattern, blue ink back stamp "Sobraon" and lid with miniature replica finial, 7"x 9 1/2"x 12"

    Sold For 60.00

    157. 6 English Staffordshire flow blue items ca. 1845-1860; eight paneled truncated cone form covered sugar in Chusan pattern; eight panel covered sugar in Gothic shape; octagonal base creamer in Manilla pattern; octagonal base creamer in unknown pattern similar to Formosa; fourteen panel waste bowl in Pelew pattern with blue ink back stamp "Ironstone/Pelew/E. Challinor"; twelve panel waste bowl in unknown pattern with blue ink back stamp "Gothic/JF&Co"

    Sold For 150.00

    158. 4 miscellaneous flow blue items ca. 1855-1890; British Staffordshire flow blue earthenware: bulbous pitcher with brushed foliage, highlighted by copper lustre, 5"d, 8 1/2"h; octagonal base creamer with mid-section brushed foliage, 5 3/4"x 3 1/2"; small oblong eight-sided open vegetable in unknown pattern, 1 1/2"x 5 1/2"x 7 1/2"; Pelew eight-sided rectangular open vegetable with blue ink back stamp "Ironstone/Pelew/E. Challinor", 2"x 6 3/4"x 9 1/4"

    Sold For 120.00

    159.  Staffordshire blue transfer covered tureen ca. 1830; English Staffordshire pearlware blue transfer covered tureen with rural scene of boatmen, bridge, cottage, church and manor house; lion's head lid finial and pair of lion's head handle bosses, 8 3/4"x 8 3/4"x 13 3/4"

    Sold For 85.00

    160. 3 Staffordshire figures ca. mid-19th century; spill vase with what appears to be a child carrying a bundle of and a man carrying an alter fire (probably Abraham and Isaac) with minimal coloration, 12 1/2"x 4"x 7 1/2"; mantel of lovers seated in a grape arbor with minimal coloration, 14 1/4"x 3 3/4"x 9 1/2"; well-colored mantel piece of a standing Highlander, 14 3/4"x 4 3/4"x 6 3/4"

    Sold For 270.00

    161. Pair of Staffordshire mantel figures ca. mid-19th century; Staffordshire earthenware mantel figures of a maid dancing, a lad playing a mandolin in a bower and a swan swimming in an arch, 7 3/4"x 2 1/4"x 4 3/4"

    Sold For 130.00

    162. Eberly family needlework memorial book ca. mid-19th century; paper bound book with a needlework cover reading "Mary/Eberly/her/hair/book/the rose/1857" containing many samples of hair identified mostly from the Eberly and Shirk families of Mount Airy, Lancaster County, PA, 7"x 9" Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 60.00

    163. Group of 12 horn combs ca. late 19th century; made by Crouse Hornworks in Reinholds, PA, 3 1/2"-8"l

    Sold For 110.00

    164. PE Will spatula & bill head ca. late 19th-early 20th century; wrought iron spatula with an open looped handle stamped "P.E.WILL" (Phares E. Will, Penryn, Lancaster Co.), 16"x 2 1/2"; framed bill head reading "TO P.E. WILL, Dr./GENERAL BLACKSMITH", 11"x 7 1/2" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 260.00

    165. Framed hair art memorial ca. mid-19th century; gilded deep well frame containing a hand written memorial to Anna Marie Moritz with a black urn in the middle and gold leafed corners with a plume of hair, 8"x 9"

    Sold For 75.00

    166. Horn snuff box & brass bleeder ca. early 19th century; book shaped carved horn snuff box with a slide lid, 2"x 2 1/2"; brass bleeder with a single wrought iron blade, 5"x 1 1/2"

    Sold For 65.00

    167. Group of primitives ca. mid-late 19th century; unusual smoker with brass lid and wooden container, 3"d, 6"h; a wrought iron bullet mold, 4 1/2"x 2"; wrought iron key escutcheon, 3"x 3 1/2"; set of brass and copper wings with a central heart, 8"x 1"

    Sold For 100.00

    168. 2 cookie cutters ca. mid-19th century; wooden cookie cutters with tin blades in the shape of a rooster, 5"x 5" and a rocking horse, 6 1/2"x 4"

    Sold For 210.00

    169. 2 signed spatulas ca. late 19th-early 20th century; wrought iron spatula stamped "C. Heisler" with a wooden handle, 1 1/2"x 11 1/2"; wrought iron spatula stamped "S.W. TAYLOR", 2"x 13 1/2" Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 45.00

    170. 2 knives ca. mid-19th century; German wrought iron knife initialed D.R.G.M. with a pewter handle, 1 1/2"x 16"; similar wrought iron knife, 2"x 15"

    Sold For 60.00

    171. 2 redware rabbit shaped molds ca. late 19th century; large two-part redware mold glazed on the inside with a wrought iron band with three feet, 5"x 3"x 8"; a smaller similar example and an extra stand, 4"x 2"x 6"

    Sold For 130.00

    172. 8 bloodletting cups    ca. late 18th century; eight various clear blown glass bloodletting cups, 2"x 2"

    Sold For 40.00

    173. Brass & wrought iron pie crimper ca. mid-19th century; wrought iron pie crimper with an iron cutting and crimping wheel with a separate brass crimping wheel, dated 1838, 6"x 3"x 1" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 110.00

    174. Finely woven basket ca. mid-19th century; oak splint basket with an unusual woven handle, 12"x 11"x 10"

    Sold For 150.00

    175. 2 egg baskets ca. mid-19th century; two small finely woven baskets with bentwood handles, 6"x 5 1/2"x 5" & 6"x 6"x 6"

    Sold For 325.00

    176. Market basket ca. mid-19th century; large rectangular shaped basket with a bentwood handle, 10"x 16"x 12"

    Sold For 60.00

    177. 2 small baskets ca. mid-19th century; round woven basket each with two bentwood handles, 8"d, 6"h & 6 1/2"d, 4"h

    Sold For 160.00

    178. Blue butter churn ca. mid-19th century; coopered blue painted vertical cylinder butter churn with wrought iron bands, bentwood rim, wooden turned lid and a long wooden dasher, 12"d, 48"h

    Sold For 300.00

    179. 3 pieces of woodenware ca. mid-late 19th century; softwood eight drawer spice cabinet with iron pulls, 8 1/2"x 3"x 10"; pantry box with a paint decorated lid, 5 1/2"d, 2 1/2"h; treenware sewing case with a pin cushion top, 2 1/2"d, 4"h

    Sold For 180.00

    180. 2 pieces of woodenware ca. mid-19th century; oblong red painted wooden trencher, 18"x 9 1/2"x 3 1/2"; brown painted dovetailed slide lid candlebox, 14"x 4"x 3"

    Sold For 100.00

    181. S. Hart cobalt decorated stoneware jug ca. 1860; salt glazed stoneware squat slightly bulbous jug with cobalt slip motif "Lucy" having flourish, impressed S. Hart (Samuel Hart, Fulton, NY) with Albany slip glaze interior and a flattened, wide collared rim, 8"d, 9 3/4"h

    Sold For 110.00

    182. Stoneware jug with cobalt script ca. 1875; small salt glazed stoneware cylindrical jug with cobalt slip, cursive script "A Baldes" and Albany slip glaze interior of mid-Atlantic origin, 6"d, 9 3/4"h

    Sold For 90.00

    183. PA redware jelly jar ca. 1880; slightly bulbous jelly jar with interior speckled yellowish-brown lead glaze, rolled everted rim and incised collar ring, 5 1/2"d, 5 3/4"h

    Sold For 70.00

    184. Shenfelder type cobalt decorated crock ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with brushed cobalt Shenfelder (Daniel Shenfelder, Reading, PA) type foliage and flower design, tooled flattened rolled rim with tooled collar ring, two incised breast rings and an Albany slip glaze interior, 5 1/2"d, 7 3/4"h

    Sold For 150.00

    185. Cobalt decorated squat ovoid stoneware crock ca. 1860; salt glazed squat ovoid stoneware crock with five bright brushed cobalt feathered foliage designs on shoulder, flattened rim, tooled raised collar ring about five incised shoulder rings, tooled rounded foot and Albany slip glaze interior attributed to Remmy Pottery, Phila, PA

    Sold For 210.00

    186. Dated 1891 stoneware crock  ca. 1891; salt glazed squat slightly bulbous stoneware crock with unusual brownish-orange slip design of "1891" and cyclone motif, flattened and rounded rim and an Albany slip glaze interior, 8 1/2"d, 6 1/2"h

    Sold For 325.00

    187. 2 gallon cobalt stenciled ES&B stoneware jar  ca. 1880; two gallon salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jar with slightly bulging sides, stenciled cobalt design "2/ ES&B/ New Brighton/PA" (Elverson, Sherwood & Barker) with a flattened rolled rim and incised neck ring, 9"d, 11"h

    Sold For 110.00

    188. Signed yellowware covered butter pot ca. late 19th to early 20th century; molded continental covered yellowware oval butter pot having an everted rim with interior lid ledge, raised ring at bottom of rim, applied molded lug ear handles with foliage terminals, rounded foot, lid with a molded knob, acanthus design over acanthus footing, some manganese splotching and both pot and lid impressed with an unreadable pottery mark, 3 1/2"x 4"x 5 3/4" Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 60.00

    189. PA redware basin ca. 1875; PA redware basin in yellowish-brown lead glazed slop sided with rolled rim and base inscribed "15", 12 3/4"d, 4 1/2"h

    Sold For 85.00

    190. Lancaster, PA Sprenger Brewing Co. beer mug ca. 1900; slightly tapered cylindrical earthenware beer mug with reddish-brown transfer advertising "Sprenger Brewing Co/Lancaster, PA" with some blue and yellow details, two pair of recessed gilt rings on neck and ankle, molded handle with bearded dwarf thumbpiece, black ink back stamp "Thuemler Mfg Co/Rochester, PA", 3 1/2"d, 4 3/4"h

    Sold For 170.00

    191. 7 tin ice cream dippers ca. 1890-1920s; small, medium and large size tapered cone shaped dippers with cast metal handles and turn knob scrapers including: "Glad's Disher" #5 & #6, Gilchrist and others, 2 3/4"-3 1/2"d with 4 3/4"-5 1/4" handles

    Sold For 80.00

    192. 2 spring operated ice cream dippers ca. 1900-1920; Indestructo No. 5 thumb lever operated cone shaped dipper with wooden handle, 2 1/2"d, 2 3/4"h with 8 1/4" handle; Kingery Mfg. patent Sept 4, 1894 cone shaped dipper with four dasher/scrapers and nickel-plated cast metal swing back handle, 3 1/2"d, 3"h with 6" handle

    Sold For 130.00

    193. 4 ice cream dippers  ca. 1910-1940; four ball shaped thumb lever operated ball shaped dippers: one Gilchrist #31, 2"d; Dover Mfg. #16 double lever, 2"d; Gilchrist #31 20 dip, 2 1/4"d; Gilchrist #31 16 dip, 2 3/4"d

    Sold For 35.00

    194. 3 ice cream dippers  ca. 1890-1920s; Icypi Automatic Cone Co. square sandwich pie dipper with thumb lever press; Gilchrist #30 ball shaped dipper with squeeze handle; Indestructo #4 ball shaped thumb lever operated dipper

    Sold For 110.00

    195. Dietz copper base fire department lantern ca. 1910; Dietz King model tubular lantern with copper font, wire cage shielded blue globe, brass grasp on loose wire handle, patent dated Aug. 27, 1907 and marked with punch "T29", 8"d, 15"h

    Sold For 230.00

    196. Brass Dietz fire department lantern ca. 1910; Dietz King model tubular lantern with brass font, wire shielded ruby red globe and patent dated Aug 27, 1907, 8"d, 15"h

    Sold For 210.00

    197. Dietz King fire department lantern ca. 1907-1920; Dietz fire safety lantern with nickel-plated font, wire safety shroud over clear globe patent dated Aug. 27, 1907, 8"d, 15"h

    Sold For 150.00

    198. Copper base Dietz fire department lantern ca. 1907-1920; King model fire safety lantern with copper font, wire shroud over clear globe and tubular design, 8"x 15"

    Sold For 170.00

    199. 2 baskets ca. mid-late 19th century; large market basket with bentwood handle, 12 1/2"d, 15"h; a smaller egg basket, 10"d, 12"h

    Sold For 90.00

    200. Sewing basket ca. mid-late 19th century; finely woven double lidded basket with a woven handle and base, 11"x 7"x 11"

    Sold For 30.00

    201. 2 egg baskets ca. mid-19th century; orschbok style egg basket, 14"d, 12"h; smaller rounded egg basket with a bentwood handle, 10"d, 10"h

    Sold For 150.00

    202. Basket ca. mid-19th century; small finely woven orschbok basket with an unusual rim and bentwood handle, 12"d, 12"h

    Sold For 130.00

    203. Fish decoy ca. early 20th century; white painted fish decoy with applied tin fins and lead inset weight, 11"x 4"x 2"

    Sold For 55.00

    204. Yellow footstool ca. late 19th century; primitive wooden yellow painted stool with four mortised legs, 11"x 7"x 9 1/2"

    Sold For 30.00

    205. Green toolbox ca. mid-late 19th century; wooden dark green painted tool box with a hinged lid having an "X" across the top and an iron hasp, 13"x 6 1/2"x 6"

    Sold For 70.00

    206. 2 duck decoys ca. mid-late 20th century; black and white painted wooden working duck decoy attributed to Goenne, 14"x 5 1/2"x 8"; a wooden paint decorated drake decoy, 13"x 4"x 5"

    Sold For 140.00

    207. Cast iron mortar & pestle ca. late 19th century; heavy cast iron mortar with raised lip and a matching pestle, 6"d, 5 1/2"h mortar; 9"l pestle

    Sold For 45.00

    208. Large wooden bowl ca. mid-19th century; wooden turned bowl with raised lip, 19"d, 6 1/2"h

    Sold For 190.00

    209. Wrought iron frying pan ca. mid-19th century; wrought iron pan with three riveted feet and a riveted handle with an opened loop end, 16"x 44"x 12"

    Sold Fo 60.00

    210. Brown paint decorated footstool ca. mid-late 19th century; oval shaped brown painted stool with four round legs and yellow line decoration, 12"x 8"x 7 1/2"

    Sold For 35.00

    211. Compass & early T-square ca. early-mid-19th century; early brass compass marked Bate/London and contained in a wooden case with a leather strap and an iron tag engraved McBain, 15"x 8"x 6"; an early wooden T-square, 14"x 16"

    Sold For 120.00

    212. Anemometer & alcoholometer ca. late 19th-early 20th century; early anemometer for measuring wind speed signed "Short & Mason" and marked "Pat. No. 3729", 6"d, 2"h; German mercury and glass alcoholometer contained in a wooden case, 16 1/2"x 1 1/2"

    Sold For 75.00

    213. Miners bird cage/tin candlemold ca. mid-late 19th century; wooden crafted bird cage for holding a miner's canary, 6 1/2"x 5"x 5 1/2"; tin four candle mold, 5"x 3"x 11"

    Sold For 70.00

    214. Large oak splint gathering basket ca. mid-19th century; with two inset handles, 19 1/2"d, 14"h

    Sold For 60.00

    215. Wooden tub & dry measure   ca. mid-late 19th century; coopered wooden tub with iron bands and heart cutout handles, 20"d, 10"h; a red and white painted dry measure with iron bands, 12"d, 9"h

    Sold For 140.00

    216. Basket & slawboard ca. mid-late 19th century; oak splint orschbok style basket with bentwood handle, 16"x 14"x 14"; walnut slawboard with a heart cutout handle initialed JS, 19"x 7"x 1"

    Sold For 95.00

    217. Flax break ca. early 19th century; single blade flax break on a base with mortised through ends secured by wedges, 36"x 13"x 26 1/2"

    Sold For 65.00

    218. Lightning rod ca. mid-19th century; copper painted rod surrounded by a twisted wrought iron stand supporting a blue glass arrestor ball and a wrought iron arrow, mounted on a black painted wooden base, 33"x 4"x 69"

    Sold For 85.00

    219. Child's rocking horse ca. early 19th century; primitive white painted wooden rocking horse with black stuffed saddle and mounted on a black rocker with red accented paint, 44"x 12"x 24"

    Sold For 500.00

    220. Candle dryer ca. early-mid-19th century; softwood candle dryer with a revolving crossed arm top with augured holes for holding candles, 26"x 26"x 26"

    Sold For 45.00

    221. Wooden rolling pin & slawboard ca. mid-19th century; walnut slawboard with iron blades and heart shaped cutout handle, 21"x 7"x 2"; large wooden turned rolling pin, 23"x 4"

    Sold For 65.00

    222. Wooden wash wringer ca. mid-late 19th century; wooden wash wringer with a fluted wringing cylinder over a smooth cylinder and a wrought iron crank with a wooden handle, 30"x 5"x 11"

    Sold For 50.00

    223. Blue sponged stoneware pitcher & bowl ca. late 19th to early 20th century; bristol glazed stoneware bulbous pitcher and bowl with exteriors having a cobalt band bracketed by a cobalt ring and bordered by coarse cobalt sponging, 8 3/4"d, 11 1/2"h pitcher; 14 1/4"d, 4 1/4"h bowl

    Sold For 70.00

    224. Pair of black American figural cookie jars ca. mid-20th century; pair of black Americana figural earthenware cookie jars with 22 kt gold back stamp "Pearl China Co/hand decorated/ 22kt Gold/USA" and impressed "639": woman "Mammy" with red scarf and red mitted let hand with black detailing, 10 1/2"x 6 1/2"x 7"; man "Cooky" with yellow and gilt detailing, 10 1/2"x 6 1/2"x 6 3/4"

    Sold For 110.00

    225. Cobalt decorated N. White & Co, Binghamton stoneware batter jug ca. 1866-1868; salt glazed stoneware four quart slightly bulbous batter jug impressed "N. White & Co./Binghamton" and "4" with a wide tooled flat collared rim, large tubular pouring spout and a lift handle at the rear, wire bale handle with turned wooden hand grasp, brushed cobalt on pouring spout, wire bale ears, lift handle and at impressed markings and an Albany slip glaze interior, 8 1/2"d, 8"h

    Sold For 150.00

    226. 2 redware crocks ca. 1870; slightly bulbous Shenandoah Valley type crock with interior yellowish-brown lead glaze with a typical tooled cavetto banded rim and incised neck ring, 6 1/4"d, 6 3/4"h; cylindrical crock with an everted rim with interior lid ledge and glossy manganese lead glaze of southeastern PA origin, 4 3/4"d, 6"h

    Sold For 40.00

    227. W.H. Thomas stoneware low crock ca. 1875; 1 1/2 gallon low slightly bulbous salt glazed stoneware crock impressed "WH Thomas/Huntingdon, PA/ 1 1/2" with a wide flattened rim and Albany slip glaze interior, 11"d, 5 3/4"h Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 80.00

    228. 2 gallon T.F. Reppert cobalt decorated jar ca. 1885; two gallon cylindrical slightly swelled salt glazed stoneware jar with brushed and stenciled cobalt design "T.F. Reppert/ Successor to/ Jas Hamilton & Co/ Greensboro, PA/ 2" with brushed rim and foot bars, flattened tooled canted rim and incised and raised neck rings, 8"d, 11 3/4"h

    Sold For 750.00

    229. 3 gallon dated 1869 crock ca. 1869; three gallon salt glazed cylindrical crock with slip cobalt motif "3" and "1869" above a cyclone type flourish, impressed "3", applied lug ear handles, slightly flattened rolled rim, incised collar ring and Albany slip glaze interior, 9 1/2"d, 10 3/4"h

    Sold For 100.00

    230. Wooden butter churn ca. mid-late 19th century; wooden turned butter churn with a large wrought iron patch, wooden lid and containing a wooden dasher, 10"d, 32"h

    Sold For 140.00

    231. Model sailboat ca. early 20th century; red painted wooden boat with a large rudder and two canvas sails affixed to a wooden mast displayed on a walnut stand, 20"x 5"x 32"

    Sold For 120.00

    232. Small wooden carved box ca. late 19th century; relief carved wooden box with rosettes and columns fitted with a hinged lid and an inset lock, 8"x 5"x 5" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 55.00

    233. "Naughty Nelly" cast iron boot jack ca. late 19th century; cast iron boot jack in the form of a reclining lady with red and green paint, 10"x 4"x 3"

    Sold For 110.00

    234. 3 chocolate molds ca. early 20th century; twenty-four section chocolate mold containing forms for rabbits, chicks and hen on the nests, 8"x 13"x 2"; two other eight section chocolate molds: the first with rooster patterns and the second with grape patterns, 11"x 9 1/2"x 1 1/2" each Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 110.00

    235. 2 chocolate molds ca. early 20th century; unusual large hinged chocolate mold of a clown playing a squeeze box, 6"x 3"x 8 1/2"; hinged two section chocolate mold of globes, 8 1/2"x 3"x 5"

    Sold For 90.00

    236. 2 chocolate molds ca. early 20th century; two section hinged chocolate mold of eggs, 13"x 8"x 4"; three section mold of little girls with bows in their hair, 10"x 8"x 3"

    Sold For 90.00

    237. 4 chocolate molds ca. early 20th century; two section chocolate mold of lambs, 9"x 2"x 6"; large mold of a rabbit with egg cart, 9"x 4"x 4 1/2"; two smaller molds featuring four eggs and four rabbits, 8"x 2"x 5" & 8"x 2"x 3"

    Sold For 170.00

    238. 3 chocolate molds ca. early 20th century; four section hinged mold with ducks, 6 1/2"x 9 1/2"x 2"; three section turkey mold, 9"x 2 1/2"x 4"; four section rabbit mold, 8"x 5"x 1 1/2"

    Sold For 130.00

    239. 2 baskets ca. mid-19th century; two orschbok style baskets with bentwood handles, 14"d, 15"h & 14"x 10"x 10"

    Sold For 130.00

    240. 2 baskets ca. mid-late 19th century; small egg basket with bentwood handle and foot, 10"d, 11"h; small rounded egg basket, 8"d, 8"h

    Sold For 65.00

    241. 3 kitchen primitives  ca. mid-19th century; wooden oblong trencher, 19"x 10"x 4"; wooden butter working paddle, 8 1/2"x 4"; wrought iron skimmer with a socket end for holding a wooden handle, 28"x 12"

    Sold For 150.00

    242. Small blanket chest   ca. mid-late 19th century; small dovetailed softwood blanket chest with an inset lock and key resting on finely turned feet, 32"x 16"x 20"

    Sold For 200.00

    243. 3 wood turnings ca. late 19th century; two wooden turned egg cups, 2"d, 3"h & 2 1/2"d, 2"h; a miniature turned saucer, 1 1/2"d, 1/2"h

    Sold For 95.00

    244. Walnut apple tray ca. mid-19th century; dovetailed tapered side tray with inset handles carved into each side, 14"x 6"x 6"

    Sold For 230.00

    245. Rye straw basket ca. mid-19th century; finely made coiled rye straw basket with two handles, 11"d, 3"h

    Sold For 65.00

    246. Tin spice box ca. early 19th century; divided tin box with domed punched tin lid and rounded handle, 6 1/4"x 5"x 3" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 35.00

    247. Group of ironware ca. early-mid-19th century; two fancy wrought iron key escutcheons, 6"l each; a wrought iron trivet, 15"l; spatula, 5"d, 3"h; and tongs, 6"l

    Sold For 350.00

    248. 2 rye straw baskets ca. mid-19th century; small coiled rye straw basket with two handles, 9"d, 3 1/2"h; a larger rye straw basket with single handle, 12"d, 6"h

    Sold For 90.00

    249. Empire walnut frame ca. mid-19th century; spool bordered walnut frame with square corners, 10 1/2"x 12"

    Sold For 85.00

    250. Painted softwood 6 drawer spice cabinet ca. 1860; poplar and pine six drawer chest in cut nail construction with brown paint and white porcelain knobs and drawer box in half blind dovetail construction, 13 1/4"x 7 3/4"x 14 1/2"

    Sold For 110.00

    251. Red painted carpenter's divided nail tray ca. 18th-19th century; dovetailed wooden carry tray with center handle, divided interior painted black with sloped hand-molded side and chestnut bottom, 10 3/4"-12"x 9 1/2"-10 3/4"x 7"

    Sold For 75.00

    252. 2 early painted band pantry boxes ca. 1870; brown painted medium round pantry box with steam bent hickory side and nail fastened laps, softwood lid and bottom, 7 3/4"d, 3 3/4"h; green painted small box in steam bent hickory with softwood lid and interior lined with newspaper from 1860s, 6"d, 3"h

    Sold For 100.00

    253. Wooden & tin fat lamp stand ca. 1830-1860; unusual wooden stand with blue milk paint turned from fir wood, tin top with handle and fluted side tray, 7 1/4"d, 10 1/2"h

    Sold For 220.00

    254. Nesting set of 5 green painted pantry boxes ca. 1860-1890; all constructed with steam bent hickory bands, nailed lap and softwood lid and bottom with green milk paint and black painted lid band, 6 1/2"-10"d, 3"-5 1/2"h

    Sold For 180.00

    255. Softwood lift lid wall box ca. 1850; softwood wall box in nail construction with two compartment divided interior and wooden peg hinged lift lid, 12 1/4"x 4 3/4"x 6 1/4"

    Sold For 70.00

    256. Green painted round pantry box ca. 1850-1880; steam bent hickory bands with softwood lid, bottom painted deep forest green and lid with strike "E.C.C.", 6 3/4"d, 2 1/2"h

    Sold For 70.00

    257. Small nickel-plated Betty lamp ca. 1860; sheet metal and iron betty lamp with original hinged door that has a small thumb pad, complete with hanger and wick pick, 2 1/2"d

    Sold For 70.00

    258. Heavy red painted mortised footstool ca. 1800s; carpenter's work stool with oak heavy plank top and small splayed legs with mortised brace rails and red barn paint, 21"x 7 1/2"x 7 1/4"

    Sold For 55.00

    259. Inlaid mahogany lidded pipe box ca. 1850-1900; lift lid wall pipe box with heart and scroll work hanger back, cock's bead molded sides and front inlaid "JEW" with a diamond, having a hinged molded lid with small brass butt hinges and bottom molded, 4 3/4"- 7 1/4"x 4 1/2"- 5 1/2"x 19"

    Sold For 160.00

    260. English copper gooseneck tea kettle ca. 1850-1900; dovetailed constructed tea kettle with copper pipe handle on molded brass handle bracket, gooseneck spout and domed lid with acorn knob, 8 1/2"d, 12"h with 5" spout

    Sold For 95.00

    261. Large red painted pantry box ca. 1820-1850; steam bent hickory bands with pine lid and bottom, rail splints fastened with iron nails and finished with red milk paint, 11 1/2"x 6"

    Sold For 110.00

    262. Miniature wrought iron betty lamp ca. 1800-1900s; miniature form wrought iron fat lamp with arch hanger bracket, hinged door lid and twisted jamb peg, 1 1/4"x 2"x 2 3/4"

    Sold For 400.00

    263. Green painted wooden cake box ca. 1860; box painted deep green with steam bent oak bands, oak bottom, softwood lid and wire and wood swing handle, 11 1/2"d, 6 1/2"h

    Sold For 150.00

    264. 2 wrought iron fireplace tools ca. 1750-present; hanging kettle hanger ring with step-down bird's tip cusps and bell-shaped hanger bracket with loose swing handle, 9" ring, 17"h, 15"-8" bell hanger; hearthside flip-over toaster with raised bracket feet and twisted rod handle, 16"x 2"x 9 1/2" with 24" hinge handle

    Sold For 90.00

    265. Willow banded child's bucket ca. 1840-1860; coopered small two-ear bucket with willow splint bands and crackle glazed green paint, 5"-6"d, 6 3/4"h

    Sold For 200.00

    266. Mustard painted wooden firkin ca. 1850-1880; mustard over red painted tapered bucket with oak band clipped and nailed bands, tapered coopered staves, pine lid with wooden pinned band, handle stenciled "20 lbs", lid painted with owner's name "Charles Hofert, Conn." and side stenciled with partial advertisement, 9 3/4"- 10 1/4"d, 10"h

    Sold For 550.00

    267. Walnut slide lid box ca. 1880-1930; fine dovetailed constructed slide lid box made of grained walnut wood, pine bottom, bevel edged lid and gouge chisel carved finger grasps, 9"x 5 1/2"x 2 3/4"

    Sold For 90.00

    268. Child's miniature copper gooseneck tea kettle ca. 1880; miniature tea kettle with loose/swing handle, tapered side in dovetailed construction, gooseneck spout, slightly domed lid with cast brass knob and interior tin washed for use, 2 3/4"d, 3 1/2"h

    Sold For 325.00

    269. 2 painted wooden pantry boxes ca. 1850-1900; small gray painted pantry box with steam bent hickory bands and a pine lid and bottom, 5 1/2"d, 2 1/2"h; medium blue-green painted pantry box with steam bent mahogany bands and a softwood lid and bottom, 6 1/2"d, 3 1/4"h

    Sold For 170.00

    270. Bar & hook wrought iron hanging candle lamp ca. 18th-20th century; wrought iron bar and hook lamp trammel adapted from a kettle trammel, in a slip-rod design with rack and keeper to adjust cone shaped candle holder, 35"-45"

    Sold For 200.00

    271. Green painted pantry box ca. 1800-1880; dark green painted box with steam bent softwood bands with iron tack overlap keepers and softwood lid and bottom fastened with wooden pegs, 10 1/4"d, 4 1/4"h

    Sold For 170.00

    272. Single bottom plow model ca. 1890-1910; model of an early wooden framed walk behind single bottom plow on a wooden frame branded "DL&B" on the bottom of base with the frame of the plow painted red with two handles, 10"x 3"x 4 1/2"

    Sold For 55.00

    273. Green painted pantry box ca. 1850; adapted for use as a gathering basket with a steam bent hickory band with high side lap-nailed, many small iron nails, wooden steam bent handle added with wooden pegs, interior unpainted and exterior with green paint over red milk paint, 9"d, 9 1/2"h

    Sold For 150.00

    274. Small gray painted pantry box ca. 1850; gray milk painted box with steam bent hickory bands with copper nails and a pine top and bottom, 6"x 3"

    Sold For 90.00

    275. 3 gallon blue decorated J. Swank & Co. stoneware crock ca. 1875; three gallon salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware crock with two brushed cobalt tulip and foliage motifs between the pair of applied lug ear handles with cobalt decorated terminals and four lower cobalt bars, one of which is topped by a cobalt "3" and other set of four bars topped with impressed "J. Swank & Co/Johnstown, PA/3" (Jacob Swank) with a tooled flattened rim and thickened rim band, 11"d, 11 3/4"h Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3

    Sold For 625.00

    276. Earthenware dog on a slab with a basket of eggs ca. late 19th century; modeled and slab earthenware glossy manganese lead glazed French Poodle standing on a rectangular slab with a white slip glazed basket of eggs, 5 1/2"h, 7 1/4"l, 2"d Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 650.00

    277. PA redware fish mold ca. 1880; PA redware food mold in the form of a fish, footed on two arched stiles, reddish-brown lead glaze with some manganese spotting, exterior unglazed, probably by Willoughby Smith, Womelsdorf, Berks Co., PA, 2"x 12 1/4"x 3 3/4"

    Sold For 110.00

    278. PA redware pig bank ca. late 19th century; figural folky pig bank on three legs with a fat fish shape, pointed snout, curled tail and a coggled ridge running from snout to tail with a parallel coin slot and brown lead glaze with lighter brown undertones, 3"x 7 1/2"x 2 1/2" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 250.00

    279. European redware vase ca. late 19th century; European redware vase in two-handled bulbous shape with reddish-brown lead glazing, application of swirled yellow slip and some olive brown spots, two strap handles beginning from a rounded rim and a tooled foot flange, 7"d, 9 3/4"h

    Sold For 85.00

    280. Rustic earthenware pitcher ca. early 20th century; pitcher in the form of a pruned hollow wooden log, a curving branch becoming the handle, a large opening at the top and a smaller side opening becoming the spout, surface with a bark appearance and extensions of the handle with green oak leaves and brown acorns with base incised "John Fritz", 11 1/4"x 5 1/2"

    Sold For 110.00

    281. Blue decorated advertising crock stamped "Sharpless & Eyer/Bloomsburg, PA" ca. late 19th century; tall cylindrical advertising salt glazed crock with brushed cobalt oval floral wreath, impressed "Sharpless & Eyer/Bloomsburg, PA", having a flattened rim with thickened rim band, pair of applied lug ear handles, incised collar ring and Albany slip glaze interior, possibly produced by Austin Hyssong, 11"d, 15 3/4"h

    Sold For 425.00

    282. 3 gallon blue decorated crock ca. late 19th-early 20th century; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with simple brushed cobalt motif of a "3" bracketed by a pair of slightly wavy upright bars, impressed "3", tooled rolled rim with thickened rim band, pair of incised collar rings and Albany slip glaze interior, 10"d, 11 1/8"h

    Sold For 95.00

    283. Small mocha pitcher with cat's eye & earthworm motifs ca. 1810; small bulbous mocha pitcher with cat's eye and earthworm motifs on two brown bands bracketed by dark brown rings and a blue band on shoulder with four incised rings, 5 1/4"d, 5 3/4"h

    Sold For 290.00

    284. Mocha master salt & yellowware mug ca. 1855; mocha master salt in English Staffordshire earthenware, squat urn shape with blue band and three dark brown rings; yellowware mug with blue seaweed on a white band bracketed by a pair of dark brown rings on mid-section, tooled rounded rim and tooled rounded foot with slightly convex sides and ribbed strap handle

    Sold For 110.00

    285. Second period Liverpool style creamer ca. 1880; English Staffordshire earthenware slightly bulbous creamer in second period Liverpool style with black transfer of Washington and Franklin, 4"d, 5 3/4"h Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 100.00

    286. Pearlware Queen's Rose dinner plate  ca. 1835; English Staffordshire pearlware dinner plate in Queen's Rose design with vine and rose border, 9 3/4"d

    Sold For 50.00

    287. 2 English Staffordshire cup plates ca. 1825 & 1850; green shell edged round plate with impressed "Davenport" mark, 3 1/2"d; twelve-sided plate with two tone blue border transfer and black center transfer of an eagle on an urn among a fruited tree and foliage with polychromal infill and impressed "Warranted" on base, 3 3/4"w

    Sold For 55.00

    288. 2 Salopian plates ca. 1820; English Staffordshire pearlware plates with Salopian designs: sepia transfer cup plate with polychromal applications on bird, flowers and fruit with a blue rim edge; sepia transfer toddy plate with polychromal applications on stag design blue rim edge, 5 1/4"d

    Sold For 90.00

    289. 2 Salopian plates ca. 1820; English Staffordshire pearlware plates with Salopian designs: sepia transfer toddy plate with polychromal applications on flowers and oak leaves with acorns, blue rim edge and indented rim, 4 1/2"d; sepia transfer side dish with polychromal applications on flowers and oak leaves with acorns, blue rim edge and indented rim, 6"d

    Sold For 75.00

    290. Salopian plate ca. 1820; English Staffordshire pearlware cheese dish with oriental Salopian design, sepia transfer with polychromal applications and an orange rim edge, 7"d

    Sold For 95.00

    291. Large set of English Staffordshire "Lancaster" flow blue earthenware ca. 1900; large set of English Staffordshire flow blue earthenware in floral pattern with flow blue ink backstamp "Lancaster/New Wharf Pottery/England" and crown with Staffordshire knot: six rounded rectangular platters; tea service with covered teapot, covered sugar, creamer, two waste bowls, nine cups and saucer and four extra saucers; thirty-two various plates; six deep dishes; seventeen sauce dishes and five bone dishes; five round bowls; ten rounded, rectangular or oval open vegetables; sauce boat and covered butter dish Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 550.00

    292. Grouping of English Staffordshire flow blue earthenware ca. 1900; oval platter with blue ink back stamp "Marechal Neil/Trade Mark/ WH Grindley/ Rd No 2690 (??)", 1 1/2"x 11 3/4"x 16 1/4"; six bone dishes with blue ink back stamp "Richmond/ Alfred Meakin/ England/Royal Semi-porcelain", 3 1/4"x 6 1/4"; four butter pats with latter back stamp, 3"d

    Sold For 60.00

    293. 2 English Staffordshire earthenware creamers ca. 1830 & 1860; rounded rectangular form with Historic Blue type floral transfer impressed "Wood", 6"x 3 1/2"x 6"; octagonal base creamer with "Pelew" flow blue transfer by Edward Challinor, 5 3/4"x 3 1/2"

    Sold For 110.00

    294. PA German goosewing axe ca. 1730-1780; early form goosewing style bearded axe with thumbnail strike, unusual heavy tapered socket with butt plate and raised weld chip deflector, 12 1/2" edge; 6 1/2"w; 19" handle

    Sold For 200.00

    295. European socket mortise axe ca. 1800-1870; long narrow shank mortising axe for paring mortises, marked with three embossed shear strikes and [C.N.S.] 6 with a triangular socket with flat butt for striking, 2" edge on 20" shank

    Sold For 95.00

    296. Conestoga wagon toolbox ca. early 19th century; side mounted tapered lid toolbox with wrought iron strap hinges, hasp and mounting strap, 17"x 7"x 19"

    Sold For 2,600.00

    297. Conestoga wagon grease bucket ca. late 18th-early 19th century; hewn wooden grease bucket with a rounded wooden lid threaded through with a leather carrying strap, 8"x 5"x 9"

    Sold For 425.00

    298. Conestoga wagon jack ca. 1830; oak cased wrought iron rack and pinion style jack initialed "CB" and dated 1830, 9"x 3"x 26" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 500.00

    299. Small decorated iron kettle trammel ca. early 19th century; wrought iron bar and hook style kettle trammel with zig-zag tool decoration, 22"x 2"

    Sold For 160.00

    300. Flax hetchel ca. 1804; oak and wrought iron hetchel initialed "MB" and dated "1804", 12 1/2"x 3"x 4"

    Sold For 220.00

    301. Large wrought iron kettle trammel ca. early 19th century; wrought iron bar and hook style kettle trammel with zig-zag tool decoration, 40"x 2" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 500.00

    302. Beam scales ca. late 19th century; black painted wrought iron beam scales stamped "E. Hunt", 24"x 3" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 30.00

    303. Brass & iron butcher's skimmer ladle ca. early 20th century; pierced brass bowl with a wrought iron handle marked "FBS" "Canton, O." and "PAT. JAN 28 06", 6"x 11" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 70.00

    304. Wrought iron grissett ca. late 18th century; oblong shaped tray with rolled down feet and a riveted handle with diamond shaped handle and rounded end used for collecting fat for lamps, 14"x 24"x 3"

    Sold For 300.00

    305. Conestoga wagon hardware ca. early 19th century; two double twist wrought iron breast chains, 28"l; a pair of stay chain hooks, 8"x 3"; a rough lock, 7"x 7"; a snake's head shaped hook, 6"x 6"

    Sold For 200.00

    306. 5 Conestoga wagon pin hammers ca. late 18th-early 19th century; five wrought iron hammers also used as wagon pins, 8"-11"l

    Sold For 200.00

    307. Tin coffee pot ca. late 18th century; hollow formed pot with a strap handle, soldered spout and lid attributed to John Drinkhouse, Easton, PA, 11"x 6"x 11"

    Sold For 240.00

    308. Brass trivet ca. early 19th century; with compass decoration and three turned feet, 5"x 6"x 2"

    Sold For 375.00

    309. Small tin coffee pot ca. late 18th century; hollow formed pot with a hinged lid, strap handle and painted spout, made in Lewisburg, Union Co., PA, 6"x 3 1/2"x 7"

    Sold For 130.00

    310. Pair of hinges & thumb latch ca. late 18th century; pair of wrought iron strap hinges with S-shaped and penny shaped ends, 29"x 2"; an extremely fine wrought iron thumb latch with elaborate shaped top, 10"x 2"x 6" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 500.00

    311. Green pantry box ca. mid-19th century; bentwood pantry box held together with iron tacks and painted green, 9 1/2"d, 5"h

    Sold For 190.00

    312. Tin anniversary top hat ca. early 20th century; folk art hollow formed top hat with rolled rim and black paint, 12"x 12"x 8"

    Sold For 75.00

    313. Green paint decorated footstool ca. mid-late 19th century; wooden mortised constructed green painted footstool with floral paint decoration, 14"x 8"x 8"

    Sold For 45.00

    314. Tramp art box ca. mid-late 19th century; small wooden chip carved box of two over two over one drawers, 12 1/2"x 8 1/2"x 10 1/2"

    Sold For 80.00

    315. Ice cream sign ca. early-mid 20th century; double sided painted tin sign with green and yellow border around a blue circle with "Aroostook Maid Ice Cream" in white lettering around a central picture of an ice cream sundae, 30 1/2"x 36"

    Sold For 250.00

    316. Painted gameboard  ca. mid-late 19th century; square wooden paint decorated Parcheesi board, 18 1/2"x 18"x 1" Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 825.00

    317. Painted checkerboard ca. mid-late 19th century; double sided wooden paint decorated checkerboard with one side in black and white checkerboard and a white border and the other side with gold and black checkerboard with red border, 13 1/2"x 13 1/2"x 1" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 160.00

    318. Toleware candlestick ca. mid-19th century; tin pushup candlestick on a square floral tole decorated base marked "L" on the underside of base, 4"x 4"x 5 3/4" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 270.00

    319. Small covered cobalt decorated butter crock ca. 1880; salt glazed stoneware covered cylindrical butter crock with a flattened tooled rim, brushed cobalt drop flower and foliate rim, lid with three foliate motif around a concave button knob; crock's origin south of the Mason Dixon line and lid attributed to the Philadelphia region, 8"d, 5 1/4"h

    Sold For 280.00

    320. 3 gallon J. Swank & Co cobalt decorated crock ca. 1875; salt glazed stoneware slightly ovoid crock with a flattened tooled cavetto banded rim, pair of lug ear handles, brushed cobalt tulip and foliate design and a "3" under one handle and impressed "J Swank & Co/Johnstown, PA/3" under other handle, 10"d, 14"h Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 825.00

    321. Small covered cobalt decorated butter crock ca. 1880; salt glazed stoneware cylindrical butter crock with a flattened rim above an incised and raised ring, mid-section incised ring, brushed feathered foliate cobalt motif, lid with four sections of feathered foliate designs on rim and a surrounding band at slightly concave button knob, crock with an Albany slip glaze interior attributed to Remeny Pottery, Philadelphia, PA, 7 1/2"d, 4 3/4"h Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 325.00

    322. Cobalt decorated crock ca. 1875; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware jar with a flattened rim, elongated stretched neck, three incised collar rings, pair of applied molded lug ear handles, tooled rolled foot, two brushed cobalt mid-section feathered foliate horizontal stems and connected daubs on handle terminals, Albany slip glaze interior and attributed to Richard C. Remeny, Philadelphia, PA, 8"d, 10 1/2"h Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 400.00

    323. Covered cobalt decorated cream crock ca. 1875; salt glazed squat slightly bulbous stoneware cream crock with a flattened rolled rim, pair of applied lug ear handles, brushed mid-section cobalt foliate stem with rounded flower or fruit impressed "LH Yeager & Co/Allentown, PA" with cobalt infill; lid with disk knob and three cobalt sections of seven strokes forming a triangular motif, 9"d, 7 3/4"h

    Sold For 170.00

    324. Small cobalt decorated crock ca. 1865; salt glazed small slightly bulbous stoneware crock with flattened rim, three incised neck rings, brushed upper section, cobalt band of three stylized tulips on foliate stemming, rounded foot and Albany slip glaze interior, 6 1/4"d, 7 3/4"h

    Sold For 270.00

    325. Small cobalt decorated butter crock ca. 1865; salt glazed small cylindrical butter crock with a flattened rim, band of six incised rings on neck and five brushed mid-section cobalt stylized feathered leaves, 6 3/4"d, 4 1/4"h

    Sold For 450.00

    326. PA redware handled pouring pot ca. 1865; PA redware handled pouring pot with tapered sides, ribbed handle, coggled neck ring, reddish-brown lead glazing with sponge manganese mottled rim and handle of southeastern PA origin, 5 1/4"d, 3"h

    Sold For 210.00

    327. PA redware trivet & slipware plate ca. mid-19th century; PA redware trivet wheel thrown slab with two bands of incised work on top and eight finger formed bottom supports with yellowish brown lead glazing and manganese daubs, 7 1/2"d, 1"h; pie dish with coggled rim and random spots of yellow slip, 9 1/4"d, 1 3/4"h

    Sold For 170.00

    328. Small stoneware blue decorated butter churn ca. 1880; salt glazed small cylindrical stoneware butter churn in brushed cobalt stylized floral design with a flattened rim, interior lid ledge, tooled everted neck with raised ring above an incised shoulder ring and Albany slip glaze interior, 7 1/4"d, 9 1/2"h

    Sold For 190.00

    329. Large pair of fancy barn hinges ca. late 18th century; fancy pair of wrought iron strap barn hinges with scrolled ends, 48"x 4" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 650.00

    330. Early wrought iron thumb latch ca. late 18th century; red painted wrought iron thumb latch with a double snake head top, 3 1/2"x 12"x 5"

    Sold For 900.00

    331. Large pair of Moravian hinges ca. late 19th century; finely executed wrought iron ram's horn pattern hinges, 14"x 8"

    Sold For 825.00

    332. Fancy pair of strap hinges ca. late 18th century; early wrought iron strap hinges with arrow and two scrolls at the end of each, 2 1/2"x 21" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 625.00

    333. Fleur de lis strap hinges ca. late 18th century; pair of wrought iron strap hinges with unusual fleur-de-list shaped ends, 1 1/2"x 17" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 400.00

    334. Pair of double heart hinges ca. late 18th century; unusual pair of wrought iron double heart shaped hinges with bird's head shaped ends, 23"x 10 1/2"

    Sold For 1,950.00

    335. Large pair of ram's horn hinges ca. late 18th century; long wrought iron hinges with simple ram’s horn pattern and snakes head hammered ends, 26"x 12"

    Sold For 450.00

    336. Set of 3 small rams horn hinges ca. late 18th century; matching set of three wrought iron hinges with hammered penny shaped ends, 21"x 7 1/2"

    Sold For 300.00

    337. Iron wall bracket with hook   ca. late 18th-early 19th century; wall mounted wrought iron bracket with a hinged arm with scrolled end and a scrolled wrought iron sliding hook, 14"x 6"

    Sold For 200.00

    338. 3 escutcheons ca. late 18th-early 19th century; three early wrought iron key escutcheons, 4 1/2"x 6"; 6 1/2"x 2"; 6"x 1 1/2"

    Sold For 230.00

    339. Pair of wrought iron hinges ca. early 19th century; matching pair of split end hinges with hammered penny design on the other end, 18"x 8" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 350.00

    340. 3 early locks ca. late 18th century; wrought iron blanket chest lock together with two early wrought iron door locks, 6"x 7"x 2"; 4"x 7"x 3"; 11"x 5"x 1 1/2"

    Sold For 160.00

    341. 2 Moravian door latches ca. late 18th century; finely executed wrought iron spring operated door latches with rounded handles, 8"x 3"x 6" each

    Sold For 280.00

    342. 4 wrought iron thumb latches ca. late 18th-early 19th centuries; with flattened and shaped ends, 6"-8"l

    Sold For 120.00

    343. 3 Moravian door latches ca. late 18th century; set of three identical wrought iron box and spring operated door latches with shaped face plates and rounded handles, 8 1/2"x 4"x 6"

    Sold For 475.00

    344. 5 wrought iron thumb latches ca. late 18th-early 19th centuries; wrought iron thumb latch with flattened and pointed ends and retaining remnants of red paint; four similar wrought iron thumb latches, 7 1/2"-11"l

    Sold For 95.00

    345. 7 early wrought iron hinges ca. late 18th century; two single mustache shaped wrought iron hinges together with two pancake shaped iron hinges, an L-shaped hinge with shaped pointed ends, a small strap hinge and a small butterfly hinge, 5"-9"l

    Sold For 120.00

    346. Group of hardware ca. late 18th century; wrought iron blanket chest grapper lock with fancy shaped face plate, 4"x 6"x 2"; two wrought iron bolt latches, 9"x 2" & 9"x 1 1/2"; a wrought iron thumb latch with shaped ends, 8"x 2"

    Sold For 270.00

    347. 2 pair of mustache hinges ca. late 18th century; small pair of wrought iron mustache shaped door hinges, 8 1/2"x 3 1/2"; a large pair of wrought iron mustache shaped door hinges, 13 1/2"x 3 1/2"

    Sold For 200.00

    348. 2 fancy wrought iron hinges  ca. late 18th century; single wrought iron strap hinge with bird’s head, scrolled sides and diamond pointed end, 7 1/2"x 19"; a tulip shaped wrought iron strap hinge, 15"x 4"

    Sold For 350.00

    349. 4 wrought iron thumb latches ca. late 18th century; tulip shaped wrought iron thumb latch together with three thumb latches with fancy flattened and shaped ends, 8"-10 1/2"l

    Sold For 550.00

    350. Wrought iron hinges & pintles ca. late 18th century; wrought iron ram's horn strap hinge signed "D. YEAPLE", 23"x 7"; a wrought iron double ram's horn hinge with snake head shaped ends, 17"x 12"; a pair of ram's horn pintels with penny shaped ends, 2"x 6"

    Sold For 170.00

    351. 2 pair of hinges/2 thumb latches ca. late 18th century; two small pair of Moravian wrought iron mustache shaped hinges, 6"-7"l; two wrought iron thumb latches with spade shaped ends, 11"-12"l

    Sold For 220.00

    352. Folk art carved cat ca. 1850-1900; white pine carving of a reclining white cat with orange spots, blue painted eyes, perked ears and carved tight to body tail, 9 1/4"- 3 1/4"x 4 3/4"

    Sold For 450.00

    353. Continental reverse painting of young Napoleon ca. early-mid 1800s; fine reverse painting of Napoleon with a high collar, long waisted blue coat, sash around waist, gold/brass button and medals with Napoleon written in lower white box and framed in a simple stained frame written in pencil on backer board "Brought from Germany in 1831", 10"x 11 3/4"

    Sold For 325.00

    354. Two side round butter print ca. 1760-1800; early form round block two-sided butter print chip carved with one side compass pinwheel decoration with deep accent groove and other side initials "TH", 3 3/4"x 1 3/4" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 170.00

    355. New England wallpaper & paint decorated dresser box ca. 1840-1870; poplar wood box with small brass butt hinges and small chest lock with applied paper that is highly paint decorated, lid with basket of fruit stencil decoration and front and sides of box with decorative floral and frond designs, 10"x 7"x 4"

    Sold For 160.00

    356. Joseph Lehn water bucket ca. 1860-1880; large coopered water bucket with three iron strap bands and loose wire handle, paint decorated by Joseph Lehn, Clay, PA with a white interior, Lehn's red/salmon grain painted staves with the bands having remnants of original pussy willow decoration, 10"-11 3/4"d, 9 1/4"h Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 1,550.00

    357. Fraktur birth record of Eva Müringren - Mering family ca. 1797; hand laid paper fraktur from Ephrata paper mill and watermarked "CB" with colorful floral motif, tall crane-type birds on each side of floral basket and distelfink bird above poetic script in colored ink of green and red with black ink accent on lettering, artist attributed to Georg Friederich Speyer, 12 3/4"x 12 3/4" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 1,550.00

    358. Fraktur Taufschein of Eva Müringren - Mering family ca. 1805; hand laid paper small bookplate type fraktur from Ephrata paper mill with tulip and floral motif accent and colored ink with black ink accent attributed to Georg Friederich Speyer, 6 1/2"x 8" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 575.00

    359. Framed folk art watercolor reward by Frank Engle ca. Nov. 5, 1909 date; watercolor reward to Francis & Lizzie Wagner with central white dove, lady's hand reaching under wing with extensive floral and whimsical paint accent signed by the artist Frank R. Engle, Schaefferstown, PA, 10"x 7 1/2" framed

    Sold For 425.00

    360. Pair of Amish bookplates attributed to Johann Dall ca. 1877 & 1893; both pencil and ink bookplates in grain painted frames attributed to Johann Dall: one bookplate of Fannie Stoltzfus in 1877, Upper Leacock Twp., Lancaster Co., PA with a dove flying over F with floral motif in lower center, 7 1/4"x 9 1/2"; one bookplate of Sarah Fischer, East Lampeter Twp., Lancaster Co., PA dated Dec. 1, 1893 with ornamental scrivener designs, 7"x 9 3/4"

    Sold For 160.00
    361. Whimsical carving of three red wing black birds ca. 1950s; three birds with star painted eyes perched on pegs fastened to a blue-green painted pedestal base, 7"x 7"x 10 1/4" base

    Sold For 80.00

    362. Framed Elizabeth Strickler watercolor & scrivener poem broadside ca. 3-1-1851 dated; watercolor decorated broadside mimicked after a Berks Co. printed taufschein with angel and birds design, interior box with red ink scrivener poem of "Hark you hear the Turtle Dove…" and states "Property of Elizabeth Strickler" in a molded mahogany frame, 16 1/2"x 20 1/2" framed

    Sold For 375.00

    363. Hanging bird carving ca. pre-1964; unpainted pine carving done in the style of Harvey Kinsey featuring a small hanging bird with narrow splint overlaid fantail and wings, 6 1/2"x 6"x 2 1/4" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 30.00

    364. Scissor cutting & watercolor fruit basket picture ca. 1870; basket of fruit design scissor cutting, watercolor painted, applied to white cardstock paper and framed in a simple round gold leaf frame, 9 1/2"x 7 1/2"

    Sold For 130.00

    365. Large chalk horse bank ca. 1800s; PA chalkware large white stag horse bank in hollow cast form with polychrome paint accent, large black saddle and red painted mane and tail, 17"x 5"x 14"

    Sold For 150.00

    366. Wooster memorial watercolor & ink drawing ca. mid 1800s; lamenting woman seated by graveside with tombstone marked in memory of Wooster with a building in background framed in a small modern frame, 5 3/4"x 6 3/4"

    Sold For 60.00

    367. Folk art carved & polychrome painted snake walk stick ca. 1900; unusual softwood carved pow wow cane with a snake head having raised/relief carved eye sockets, open mouth with no teeth, tail with steel or metal tip and having green base paint with black stripe accent, 33" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 850.00

    368. Hattie Brunner watercolor ca. 1975 dated; winter scene of two people in a cutter sleigh, five people in bright color outfits skating on a frozen pond with a yellow house, barn, and red brick home in the background, signed by Hattie Brunner, [Photo copy of receipt from 1975 accompanies] 18 1/4"x 14 1/4" framed

    Sold For 4,600.00

    369. D.W. Bill red painted trencher ca. mid-19th century; deep oblong wooden trencher with a red painted exterior and signed D.W. Bill along the rim, 19"x 12"x 4 1/2" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 260.00

    370. Small painted chest   ca. early-mid-19th century; small wooden dovetailed chest on bracket feet in an old bluish-gray paint with a refinished lid, 12 1/2"x 5 1/2"x 6"

    Sold For 350.00

    371. Red painted pantry box ca. mid-19th century; Shaker style bentwood lidded pantry box held together with cut nails and in a red paint, 6 1/2"x 4 3/4"x 2 1/2"

    Sold For 270.00

    372. Blue painted signed wooden firkin ca. mid-19th century; blue painted coopered wooden firkin with bentwood bands and handle and fitted with a banded lid, signed "E. PEMBROOKE/MASS.", 12"d, 12 1/2"h Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 500.00

    373. Blue painted trencher ca. early-mid-19th century; wooden oblong trencher with distressed blue paint, 19 1/2"x 12 1/2"x 4" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 300.00

    374. Green painted peg rail ca. mid-19th century; wooden green painted rail affixed with eight pegs and wrought iron hangers, 32"x 5"x 4"

    Sold For 150.00

    375. Wooden horse weathervane ca. early-mid-19th century; wooden cut out weathervane in the shape of a running horse with traces of mustard paint and mounted on a modern stand [Provenance: obtained from a farm in Manheim Twp., Lancaster Co.], 32"x 6"x 24"

    Sold For 400.00

    376. 2 sewing baskets ca. early 20th century; both of Mennonite origin: finely woven colorized basket, 8"d, 3"h; lidded sewing basket, 9"d, 5"h

    Sold For 30.00

    377. Green painted pantry box ca. mid-19th century; banded wooden pantry box in dark green paint fitted with a matching lid, 6 1/2"x 5"x 2 1/2"

    Sold For 190.00

    378. Green painted butter bowl ca. mid-late 19th century; wooden turned bowl with a raised lip and old exterior green paint, 13"x 12"x 4" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 325.00

    379. Green painted wooden trencher ca. mid-late 19th century; oblong wooden trencher with handles and green painted exterior, 17 1/2"x 9 1/2"x 2 1/2" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 350.00

    380. Wooden paint decorated sign ca. early-mid 20th century; black and gold painted sign for "Frank W. Palmer/ Painter & Decorator/ 16 Hunts Lane Brooklyn, NY/ Phone Main 4-2335", 20 1/2"x 9"x 1"

    Sold For 240.00

    381. Wooden painted bowl ca. mid-19th century; wooden turned bowl with incised rim and putty colored exterior paint, 12 1/2"x 11 1/2"x 3"

    Sold For 190.00

    382. Tin bird cage ca. mid-late 19th century; unusual large tin bird cage with a round handle over domed top formed from straps of tin with a tin plate shaped base, 21"d, 26"h

    Sold For 325.00

    383. Mahogany shaving mirror with burl veneer drawer fronts ca. 1880; shaving mirror with inlaid framed mirror, turned acorn capped harp and base with veneered side and two drawer base, drawer with burle mahogany front and turned mahogany knobs, 20"x 8"x 4 3/4" base; mirror & harps overall height 24"

    Sold For 50.00

    384. Folk art blue painted spool stand ca. mid-late 1800s; continental scrollwork frame spool stand with central ring on shaped base made of long leaf pine, blue painted with three green painted wooden spools, 13"x 6"x 12"

    Sold For 190.00

    385. Carved pine heart design mold ca. 1850-1880; unusual four heart design carved mold carved from a pine plank with 1" raised heart that have rectangular cut-outs, 12 1/4"x 13x 1 1/2"

    Sold For 90.00

    386. Decorative press tin combination comb rack ca. 1850-1890; emboss rolled tin with decorative figures crafted into diamond top mirrored comb rack with match holders and brush holder, 9"x 13 1/4"x 3 1/4"

    Sold For 25.00

    387. 2 painted wooden household accessories ca. 1900-1930; painted green pine shoe shine stand, open on one side, 11 1/2"x 7"x 10 1/2"; folk art two-tier white painted what-not shelf with rounded shelves and three bullet tip dowel rods on each side, 12"x 4"x 9 3/4"

    Sold For 50.00

    388. Chip carved pit saw scene model carving ca. 1900-1940; unknown carver scene from medieval-1700s era depicting a pit sawing scene with men using a large four frame fellow/pit saw; the model also has a goosewing axe in log and finished with gold wash paint, 19 3/4"x 10"x 15 1/2"

    Sold For 190.00

    389. Walnut & tin hanging scour box ca. 1860-1900; unusual wall hanger scour box with tin cylinder sand box, hanging handle back, sloped tray scour board and odd cannister style sand box, 5 1/2"x 3 3/4"x 14 1/2"

    Sold For 200.00

    390. Wrought iron wall mounted coffee mill ca. 18th century; unsigned hand wrought mill with iron handle, cylinder grinder vessel, tin funnel top and lower tube mounted on a hewn oak frame with hand wrought bolts and decorative notched nuts, 2 1/2"d mill with 6" handle; 11"x 16 1/2"x 7 1/4" overall

    Sold For 280.00

    391. Wrought iron swing/tilt handle kettle lifter ca. 1740-1800; early form swing/tilt handle lifter with two cradle design with center swing/pivot handle, cradle with tilting handle and rattail wrapped handle, 6 1/2" cradle; 23"x 12 1/2"x 1 1/2"

    Sold For 200.00

    392. Tavern hanging pipe box ca. 1800-1850; softwood long tapered backboard with tapered nail constructed box and a stained surface, 6 1/4"x 5 1/4"x 26 3/4"

    Sold For 130.00

    393. Cylinder hearthside coffee roaster with turned maple handle ca. 1840-1870; sheet metal cylinder canister roaster with sliding access door on wrought iron spike tip rod that has a turned maple wood handle, 6"d cylinder, 7" h on 44" handle Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 110.00

    394. PA redware birdhouse by Henry Schofield ca. early 20th century; PA unglazed redware birdhouse in squat bulbous form with conical finial over three rows of impressed outward brackets, entrance hole with lugged sill, ventilation hole on opposite side, complete with nesting material of former occupants, southern Lancaster Co., PA, 6 1/2"d, 6 3/4"h

    Sold For 200.00

    395. PA redware covered sugar & creamer by Henry Schofield ca. early 20th century; slightly bulbous creamer with faint incised rim ring, two incised collar rings, simple flattened handle, tooled foot flange, overall brown lead glaze with some yellow-brown glazing showing through and typical Schofield dark brown band on foot, 3 1/2"d, 4 1/4"h; squat slightly bulbous covered sugar with pair of long shallow lug ear handles, everted rim with interior lid ledge, tooled foot flange, overall brown lead glazing with some yello-brown glaze showing through, typical Schofield dark brown band on foot, disk shaped lid with slightly pointed button knob and reddish toned brown glazing, 4"d, 3 1/2"h

    Sold For 230.00

    396. PA redware small vase by Henry Schofield ca. early 20th century; small slightly bulbous vase by Schofield, having a crudely turned rim with incised ring, incised rings on neck and shoulder and overall deep brown lead glaze with typical Schofield dark brown band on foot, 2 3/4"d, 3 1/2"h

    Sold For 75.00

    397. 2 PA redware items by Henry Schofield ca. early 20th century; unglazed bowl with scalloped pie crust-type rim and incised shoulder ring, 8 3/4"d, 4 1/2"h; slightly bulbous two strap handled urn-shaped pot with scalloped pie crust type rim, faint incised neck rings, impressed coggled "X" designs on shoulder, micro slip exterior surface, reddish-brown lead glaze interior and base faintly inscripted "H. Schofield/at/The Barrens", 6 1/2"d, 7"h

    Sold For 50.00

    398. PA redware birdhouse by Henry Schofield ca. early 20th century; PA unglazed redware birdhouse in squat bulbous form with conical finial over two rows of impressed ovals with eight impressions each, entrance hole with lugged sill, ventilation hole on opposite side, complete with nesting material of former occupants, 6 1/2"d, 7 1/4"h Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 150.00

    399. 2 pieces of PA redware by Henry Schofield ca. early 20th century; slightly bulbous creamer with incised shoulder ring, strap handle, overall light yellowish-brown lead glaze with typical Schofield dark brown band on foot, 3"d, 3 1/2"h; small slightly bulbous pitcher with pair of lightly incised shoulder rings, ribbed strap handle, overall high gloss yellowish-dark brown lead glaze with typical Schofield dark brown band on foot, 4 1/2"d, 5 3/4"h

    Sold For 140.00

    400. Henry Schofield slipware plate ca. early 20th century; PA slipware plate by Henry Schofield with yellow slip on a reddish-brown lead glaze and turned form with coggled rim of southern Lancaster Co., PA origin, 8"d, 1"h

    Sold For 40.00

    401. Pieced quilt with blue & pink border & octagon wheel blocks ca. late 19th century; sixteen block pieced quilt made of blocks pieced from eight triangles surrounded by pink and blue printed borders bound with pink edging and backed with strips of printed cotton fabrics, with label attached "Cumberland County, PA", 80"x 80"

    Sold For 375.00

    402. Youth quilt  ca. early 20th century; stripe quilt with alternating plain, red printed pattern and block strips with surrounding border of red printed pattern, blue and white check cotton backing and front turned to back on edging, 41"x 36"

    Sold For 230.00

    403. Multiple star pattern blue & white quilt ca. late 19th century; central star pattern blocks surrounded by pieced triangular border and blue edging, quilted throughout with white thread in parallel lines following pattern and having a white back, 80"x 70"

    Sold For 325.00

    404. Horizontal block pieced quilt ca. early 20th century; horizontal pink and yellow printed cotton blocks surrounded by green printed cotton borders, edged with green, pink and blue printed cotton and back of maroon and white striped printed fabric, 80"x 76"

    Sold For 230.00

    405. Mary Ann Pyles framed sampler ca. 1830; needlework sampler with a floral border around a scene of trees and birds with alphabet and numbers, marked "Mary Ann Pyles work 1830", 19"x 24"

    Sold For 60.00

    406. Cat shaped braided mat ca. mid-20th century; unusual braided mat in the shape of a cat with applied eyes, nose, mouth and whiskers, 42"x 24"

    Sold For 210.00

    407. Hooked pillowcase ca. early-mid 20th century; black and blue bordered hooked pillow case featuring a potted tulip with red bird perched in the branches, 17"x 17"

    Sold For 170.00

    408. Pair of Jos. Urich feedbags ca. 1833; two homespun linen feedbags stenciled "Jos. Urich/1833" and decorated with a pig, marked for Joseph Urich (1781-1864, Ephrata, PA), 52"x 20"

    Sold For 150.00

    409. Red & white pieced block quilt ca. early 20th century; multiple red and white pieced blocks on point surrounded by red and white borders with the white border turned to front, 82"x 67"

    Sold For 90.00

    410. Nine star quilt ca. late 19th century; nine stars of multiple colored pieced triangles on a brown ground surrounded by pink triangular border, brown pieced printed cotton fabrics edged with brown and tan printed cotton, quilted with leaf and floral designs and backed with brown, white and blue cotton, edged with brown and tan printed cotton, 86"x 86"

    Sold For 450.0

    411. 16 block circular & star quilt ca. late 19th century; pink, green and yellow cotton blocks on a white cotton ground with leaf and floral quilting designs and backed with white cotton turned to front, 84"x 84"

    Sold For 90.00

    412. Pink & green Irish chain pattern quilt ca. late 19th century; pink and green printed cotton on a white ground with circular floral and star pattern quilting on white blocks and a white cotton back turned to front, 82"x 82"

    Sold For 160.00

    413. Pink & blue star block quilt   ca. early 20th century; 30 block star pattern blue and pink quilt with square blocks between stars, cable quilting design and quilting following star patterns and a white back with applied pink edging, 84"x 74"

    Sold For 130.00

    414. Symphonion music box ca. 1890; 11 3/4" disc music box in a burl wood case, inlaid top, 3/4 turned corner columns with brass side pieces and original key and double comb movement marked with the Symphonion trademark, complete with thirty-seven discs, 9 1/4"x 16"x 19 1/2" Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3; 4; 5

    Sold For 1,000.00

    415. Comtoise or morbier clock ca. 1830; eight day time and strike weight driven movement with anchor escapement, porcelain dial with makers signature and location, surrounded by a pressed brass dial surround and regulated by a large pressed brass pendulum, 59"x 13 1/2"x 6 1/4" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 230.00

    416. Oil on canvas laid on board ca. 1920; winter farm scene with snow and pond, house and moon illumination in the manner of George Sotter, signed indistinctly in the lower right, 27 1/4"x 20" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 130.00

    417. Ira J. Deen, Mount Union, PA oil on board ca. 1946; Impressionistic view of houses in the country during winter in the original oak frame, titled and dated on reverse Nov 12/46 "Fresh Winds Cold", 18 3/4"x 14 3/4"

    Sold For 475.00

    418. J.R. Rowe, Berks Co., PA watercolor   ca. 1950; watercolor of a bird in winter signed in the lower center, mated in a dark stained frame with several pages of biographical information attached to back

    Sold For 80.0

    419. C.H. Shearer oil on canvas ca. 1913; "Go Between" a portrait of a race horse and rider with medal, plaque attached identifying the horse and rider, in the original gold leafed frame with partial label of Reading Framers on reverse and reverse of canvas reading "Between winner of Suburban HDCP, 1906 - Owned by Henry W Shoemaker, McElhattan Pa, 43"x 35 1/2"x 3 1/2" Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 2,800.00

    420. T.D. Beaumont oil on canvas ca. 1930; race horse and rider at the race tract with metal plaque identifying the horse as "Acrobat", in a gold leafed frame, see Davenport for artist listing, 30"x 25 1/2"x 4" Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 210.00

    421. Currier & Ives "Great Horses in a Great Race" ca. 1895; lithograph depicting the neck to neck finish of a horse race between Salvator and Tenny at Sheepshead Bay, NY, June 25 1890 in the original faux painted frame, 34"x 26"

    Sold For 260.00

    422. Currier & Ives "Potomac & Masher" ca. 1895; lithograph of two horses with riders who ran first and second for the Great Futurity Stakes at Sheepshead Bay, NY - Aug 30th, 1890, in a mahogany stained frame with gold leafed liner, 42 3/4"x 31 1/2"

    Sold For 100.00

    423. Set of 4 Charles Hunt Steeple Chase lithographs ca. 1845; consisting of four plates depicting the Northampton Grand National Steeple Chase 1840 including: "The Start", "The Brook", "The Fence" and "Coming In", 29 1/2"x 22" overall

    Sold For 140.00

    424. Henry Miller Libhart ca. dated 2009; watercolor on paper in a Trompe-l’oeil style with butterfly, feather, leaf and ribbon, professionally framed with biographical information on reverse, 18"x 21" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 675.00

    425. "Snowy Street" oil on board  ca. late 20th century; painting in the manner of Walter Baum with houses, trees and street running through a village, 24 1/4"x 20"

    Sold For 1,450.00

    426. Oil on board ca. late 20th century; three white cats and a basket in an antiqued gold frame with label on reverse, 10 3/4"x 9"

    Sold For 260.00

    427. L. Welch oil on board ca. 1899; two kittens in a walnut frame signed and dated in the lower right "L. Welch '99", 15 1/2"x 11 1/2" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 325.00

    428. Natalie Meyers Eberhardt engraving ca. late 20th century; after the renowned German engraver Kurt Meyer Eberhardt, three cats signed along bottom "Original Engraving, Natalie Meyer Eberhardt", double matted in a thin frame, 24 1/4"x 20 1/4" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 100.00

    429. Dog engraving ca. 1883; engraving of two dogs with gouache highlights signed in the lower left "(?)H Bill" in what appears to be the original frame and front glass, 19 1/2"x 24"

    Sold For 40.00

    430. Watercolor & pencil of a cat ca. 1920; cat appears to be under a blanket signed indistinctly in the lower right with copyright mark in lower left, 17 1/4"x 16" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 230.00

    431. Corner cupboard ca. 1820; one piece cupboard in pine with cove molded top over two doors with twelve lights over a single drawer over two doors with recessed panels on straight feet, 52"x 38"x 83"

    Sold For 170.00

    432. General store bench ca. 1900; paint decorated advertising Pop-Ice Cream & Cigarettes, 88 1/2"x 17"x 31"

    Sold For 800.00

    433. School masters desk ca. 1840; poplar wood with slant lid top opening to storage area with three drawers, each with a lock, present to secure slant lid, all resting on turned straight legs, 32 1/2"x 24"x 34"

    Sold For 140.00

    434. One drawer stand ca. 1860; in cherry with a square top over a single drawer with glass pull supported by turned legs, 19 1/2"x 19 1/2"x 28 1/2"

    Sold For 80.00

    435. Chippendale side chair ca. 1780; in mahogany with extensive carving, shaped crest with scrolled sides over the carved urn shaped splat back with swags, tulips, etc., carved shell on front, finely carved knees with acanthus leaves and the cabriole legs ending in ball and claw feet, 22"x 19"x 38" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 1,750.00

    436. Diminutive pin top table ca. 1800; in poplar with pegged construction four pinned top over tapering legs, 28"x 19 1/2"x 25"

    Sold For 250.00

    437. Candlestand ca. 1810; Hepplewhite oval top with center inlay over a fluted and carved pedestal on carved legs ending in carved snake feet, 22"x 20"x 40 1/2"

    Sold For 170.00

    438. Side chair ca. 1770; mahogany with a shaped crest, pierced splat back and attached upholstered seat on straight legs with stretchers, 20"x 15"x 37 1/2" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 65.00

    439. Chest of drawers ca. 1800; in cherry with three over three drawers with original pressed hardware, nicely shaped skirt, French feet, chamfered sides and solid ends, 41 1/2"x 21 1/2"x 42"

    Sold For 700.00

    440. 2 piece corner cupboard ca. 1820; poplar with a step molded top over two doors with sixteen lights over the base with two drawers over two doors with recessed panels, resting on ogee feet, 48"x 35"x 92"

    Sold For 525.00

    441. Bucket bench ca. 1820; four shelf bench with remnants of salmon paint in rose head nailed construction, 26 1/2"x 14"x 38 1/2"

    Sold For 220.00

    442. Side chair ca. 1820; in a green paint with yellow pin striping, the back uprights have thumb molded top with two heart pierced and one solid horizontal splats over a rush seat on straight legs with box stretchers, 19"x 15"x 36"

    Sold For 25.00

    443. Candlestand ca. 1800; primitive stand with oval top over a chamfered pedestal on X shaped base, 18"x 16"x 38" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 1,250.00

    444. Bucket bench ca. 1880; green painted bucket bench with stylized top splash over a small shelf over a cabinet base with a single door, 42 1/2"x 12 1/2"x 48"

    Sold For 500.00

    445. Cherry Dutch cupboard ca. early 19th century; cherry two part cupboard with a two door, twelve light top with red painted interior over a base with three drawers over two doors and resting on turned feet, 55"x 20 1/2"x 87"

    Sold For 3,800.00

    446. Blanket chest ca. 1830; paint decorated with alternating sponged pattern, the top opens to the interior with left side till, butt hinges and resting on turned bulbous feet, 49 1/2"x 22"x 24 1/2"

    Sold For 260.00

    447. Federal game table   ca. 1840; in mahogany and mahogany veneer with carved skirt below top supported by a tapering pedestal with recessed panels over three shaped base with carved feet, 36"x 18"x 28"

    Sold For 160.00

    448. Rocking horse ca. 1870; in white paint with leather saddle all on a red base for rocking, 39"x 14"x 31"

    Sold For 170.00

    449. Joseph Eberman, Lancaster tall case clock ca. 1800; cherry and mahogany veneered cabinet with broken arch top ending in circular rosettes, four columns flanking door over the trunk with lambs tongue chamfered sides over a similar base resting on French feet with eight day time and strike movement, center sweep hand and painted metal dial with moon phase, 19 1/2"x 12"x 97" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 6,200.00

    450. Dower chest ca. 1780; in pine with paint decoration including tulips and stars in a multi-colored design; the top opening to long strap hinges, left side till and original arrow shaped keeper for lock, 54"x 24"x 21 1/2" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 525.00

    451. Jelly cupboard ca. 1840; in walnut with splash back and sides over one drawer over two doors with recessed panels resting on casters, 44"x 17"x 50"

    Sold For 160.00

    452. Tall chest ca. 1820; in cherry with three over five drawers, recessed paneled sides all resting on turned cylindrical legs, 46"x 23"x 65 3/4"

    Sold For 675.00

    453. Walnut Dutch cupboard ca. 1850; two piece cupboard with spool molded top over two doors with eighteen lights over two candle drawers resting on a base with three drawers with enamel pulls over two large doors with spool molded recessed panels resting on bulbous turned feet, 61"x 20"x 85 1/2" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 2,350.00

    454. Blanket chest ca. 1800 & later; softwood blanket chest with top opening to a left side till, tulip hinges, grab lock over two drawers and bulbous feet, 51"x 24"x 28 1/2" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 55.00

    455. Chest of drawers ca. 1800; tiger maple four drawer chest with pressed pulls, all resting on bold bracket feet now fitted with castors, 38 1/2"x 19 1/2"x 40" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 400.00

    456. 2 wrought iron meat curing racks ca. 18th century & reproduction; early "Dutch Crown" smokehouse meat curing rack with crown of six hook and center triple hook hanging below eye hook; late wrought iron decorative wall rack with five hanging hooks and heart and spear design in the middle of the rack

    Sold For 170.00

    457. Red painted make-do shelf ca. 1830-1860; red milk painted shelf crafted from up-down pit-sawn rough siding with a steeple pointed back, three mounted shelves, small front rails from splints and knife carved chamfer and small splint brackets, 11"x 6"x 21 1/4"

    Sold For 140.00

    458. Large 4 gallon hanging hot water kettle ca. 1850-1880; iron kettle signed on bottom "A. Kenrick & Son" cast in England with wrought hanging swing hanger on iron ears, domed lid with brass knob and brass spigot near bottom of the kettle, 10"-11"d, 16"h

    Sold For 60.00

    459. Child's paint decorated dry sink ca. 1860; small sized low dry sink with yellow grain paint decoration, full tray top and raised center backsplash with small side drawer and two door base, 15 1/4"x 8"x 12 1/2"

    Sold For 400.00

    460. Red painted pantry box ca. 1850; painted red steam bent oak band box with softwood lid and bottom and a wire swing handle with metal mounts, 9 1/2"d, 5 1/2"h

    Sold For 140.00

    461. Child's 3 tine shaking fork ca. 1880-1910; unsigned ash/oak shaking fork with steam bent tines having red paint and bevel accent and a drawn work handle, 7 1/2" spread, 35"l Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 140.00

    462. Primitive blue painted cheese grater ca. 1850-1880; galvanized metal grater mounted on a softwood open frame base with blue-green milk paint, 15 1/4"x 5"x 2 1/2"

    Sold For 100.00

    463. 2 English hearthside pieces    ca. 1830-1870; brass and iron plate warmer to hang from a hearth crane with pierce work brass adjusted plate on rod bracket and a wrought stirrup hanger, 10"x 5 1/2" tray on 7"x 14" frame; ash tray/foot warmer in sheet steel with pierce work hinged door and a wooden handle, 6 1/2"-8 1/4"x 9 1/4"x 3 1/4" tray

    Sold For 130.00

    464. 4 doll house accessories ca. 1940-1960; home crafted high top dry sink with three drawer upper cabinet over two drawer and two door base cabinet in faux grain paint, 5 1/2"x 3 3/4"x 9 3/4"; set of three graduated octagon wooden baskets with tin bands, 2", 3 3/4" & 4"d

    Sold For 75.00

    465. Early wrought iron thumb latch ca. 1730; large thumb latch with decorative upper cusp and pine tree design lower cusp with thumb latch complete with latch and keeper, 4"x 16" plate

    Sold For 270.00

    466. Small wooden firkin ca. 1850-1900; small size tapered bucket with wooden lid and loose wire handle, steam bent clip and nailed bend and painted cream with orange accent to bands, 6"-7"d, 6 3/4"h

    Sold For 240.00

    467. Manheim area cemetery map in box ca. 1900-1920; oak map box in nail and screw construction with attributed tag "Map of Fairview Cemetery, Manheim" designed as a salesman box with a slide out lid, retractable cylinder map with pot plans numbered with red ink accent, 17 3/4"x 3"x 2 3/4" box Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 50.00

    468. 2 pair of tin candleholders ca. 1890 & later; pair of tin wall sconce with half-moon tray and clam shell mold reflector top, 5"x 3"x 14"; pair of decorative tray style candlesticks with large flute molded ends, 8"x 6 1/4"x 1 1/4"

    Sold For 120.00

    469. Red painted wooden pantry box ca. 1820; steam bent hickory bands with wooden pinned pine lid and bottom in red milk paint, 9"d, 4 1/2"h

    Sold For 110.00

    470. Green painted wall hanging display box ca. 1840-1870; glass front display for hanging on wall pocket with an arch top back and lift off lid, 9 3/4"x 5"x 11 3/4"

    Sold For 110.00

    471. Red signed pantry box ca. 1860; steam bent hickory bands with spruce top and bottom, branded on the lid "Thos. Annett. E. Jaffrey, NH" with red paint, 9 3/4"d, 5"h Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 240.00

    472. Wrought iron revolving griddle ca. early 18th century; revolving round 9" plate of extra heavy iron on tri-foot base and long heavy ram's horn wrapped handle, 26"l

    Sold For 230.00

    473. Early bent wooden snuff/tobacco box ca. 1730; steam bent hickory splint band box painted in early blue-green paint with notched overlap secured with willow strapping, softwood top/lid and bottom secured with small wooden pins, 3 1/2"d, 1 3/4"h Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 325.00

    474. Sugar nippers & eye glass case ca. mid-19th century; sugar nippers with pliers-type handle and spade tip blades, 9"l; flame stitch cotton cross-stitch eye glass case, 2 1/2"x 5 1/2"

    Sold For 45.00

    475. 2 paint decorated wooden bowls ca. 18th-19th century; turned maple chopping bowl with bright yellow milk paint, 10 1/2"d, 3"h; turned maple chopping bowl with edge band and blue exterior paint, 10 1/2"d, 3"h Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 150.00

    476. Small red pantry box ca. 1850-1900; steam bent hickory bands with wooden pinned pine lid and bottom with small iron tacks securing bands and finished in red milk paint, 7"d, 3"h

    Sold For 75.00

    477. Wooden storage bucket painted green ca. 1870; storage container with large steam bent feather tipped rim band in tapered stave construction with metal bands and painted green over blue paint, 10"-12"d, 19 3/4"h

    Sold For 40.00

    478. 5 wrought iron tools ca. 1890-present; three reproduction wrought iron roasting forks: one spear tip eel gig fork, 2 1/2"x 39 1/2", one heart topped fork with two tines, 3 3/4"x 42 1/2", one fancy scroll top handle fork with two tines, 2 1/2"x 40 1/2"; factory made pie lifting tongs with raised basket style tongs, 8"x 2 1/2"x 21"; wrought iron snake tip hardware, 30" overall

    Sold For 55.00

    479. Frying pan signed W. Foster  ca. 1850-1860s; large wrought iron frying pan with chamfer molded sides, long hook-top wrought iron handle signed "W. Foster" attached with rivets through a spade brace, 15"d pan, 40" handle Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 100.00

    480. Fairbanks scales trade sign ca. 1900-1920; gold base painted sign with black sand over stenciled letters and framed with small bolection molding, 42"x 12 1/2"x 1 1/2"

    Sold For 375.00

    481. Early child's mannequin ca. 1890-1900; boy's stand up mannequin with carved wooden last type feet, hollow form composition/wood body with plaster and paint cover and a modern wooden stand, 10"x 8 1/2"x 43" Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 85.00

    482. Folk art carved bird on piece of pie ca. 1990-2000s; abstract folk art piece with blue painted bird perched on a large piece of pie mounted to a round wood base and has tin fork and napkin with the name of artist painted in white on base, 10"d, 5 1/2"h Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 90.00

    483. Folk art Odd Fellows lodge broad axe ca. late 1800s-early 1900s; wooden broad axe with painted accent to both sides: Lodge #279 Calumet Lodge on one side and other side with heart in hand design and three links of chain emblem, 13"x 15"x 1 1/4" on 31" handle Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 290.00

    484. Early two wheel doll sulky ca. 1890; Victorian era factory made doll sulky with red painting and white pin stripes, leather padded seat and hardware similar to a full size sulky, 31"x 14 1/4"x 13"

    Sold For 180.00

    485. Tin & wood model of Delco Ice Co. ca. 1950s; small typed file tag "Model of Delco Ice Co." wooden and tin crafted model depicting a man on loading dock of of three green and tan painted doors with a tin painted building painted with brick and window design, 25 1/4"x 5 1/2"x 13 1/4" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 50.00

    486. 2 folk art frames of copy book cut-outs ca. mid 1800s-1900; two frames of cutouts featuring a lady with a wreath, birds, flowers and children crafted by Ida Barr, Intercourse, PA and found in a copy book from 1869 with watercolor and ink accents, cut-out and mounted by Margaret Hunt in 1963, each in matching frames with yellow corner blocks and the mounting accented with wallpaper borders, 13 1/4"x 17 1/4"x 3/4" framed; [See lot 526 for a related lot] Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 160.00

    487. Watercolor soldier ca. early-mid 1800s; watercolor picture on lined paper depicting a Prussian officer in a red waist-length coat, tall hat with red frond, firing a hammer operated pistol and holding a sabre with the lower portion having scrivener work of John Schmidt and framed in a gold leaf frame, 9"x 12" framed

    Sold For 100.00

    488. Watercolor & ink broadside award of merit ca. 2-18-1876 dated; scrivener work "This premium is awarded to Joseph P. (?) for best specimen of penmanship exhibited at Dimmick Center" with rose design stencils watercolored to top and bottom of picture and signed by artist "Homer D. Colvin", 16 1/2"x 21 1/2"x 1 1/2" framed

    Sold For 40.00

    489. Masonic wooden sign ca. 1890-1900; wooden crafted sign of the masonic symbol painted red with a black painted "G", 19"x 18 3/4"x 1"

    Sold For 170.00

    490. Rare Starck & Lange, Hanover printed broadside ca. 1811 dated; "Diesen Beyden Ehegatten" birth record of Zimmerman featuring a three-heart design with small vignettes of children and "Stay busy/diligent to be happy" in a red painted frame, 17 1/4"x 15 1/2" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 80.00

    491. Fraktur bookplate of Eliza Coover ca. 1838; East Cocalico Township fraktur attributed to Samuel Bentz with colorful sphere topped cylinder columns on either side of arch top script box with blue, yellow and red accent ink to floral and column decoration, 7 1/2"x 9 3/4"

    Sold For 800.00

    492. Framed fraktur bookplate of Maria Wanner ca. 1824; bright color bookplate with parrots on floral based heart design script box with twelve-point star top, watercolor accent in blue, red and yellow with black ink lines, script in red, parrots with blue capped heads with red bodies and yellow wing, 6 3/4"x 8 3/4" framed

    Sold For 2,550.00

    493. 1880 religious "Beloved Path & Lord's Path" script broadside ca. 1880; heart center script in German dialect "Geliebte Pathe' und Herr Path" signed by Maria Katharina Knöllinger-Amelith in the lower point of the heart featuring watercolor urn of flowers and pansy design accent around the heart and framed in a deep well walnut frame, 17 3/4"x 13 1/2" frame

    Sold For 425.00

    494. Framed fraktur broadside ca. 1822; broadside with script in heart topped globe of six various decorative bands in eastern European dialect with marbleized accent corners and pinwheel design, 14 1/2"x 17 1/4" framed

    Sold For 325.00

    495. Watercolor fraktur type tulip design in frame ca. mid-1800s; un-attributed watercolor painting of giant tulip design on multi-bloom stem emanating from tulip bulb mounted in a modern black painted frame, 6 1/2"x 9"

    Sold For 220.00

    496. Framed folk art pencil and watercolor of girl with cat ca. 1850-1890; full length painting of girl in full length blue dress with blue bow in hair holding a line leading to a small cat seated on a box framed in an Empire mahogany veneer frame, 15 1/2"x 20 1/2"

    Sold For 200.00

    497. Continental dome top paint decorated trinket box ca. 1840; small size pine trinket box in pin and nail construction with dome lid on wire hinges, small tin hasp, large flowers painted on four sides of the box and lid with hand painted vignette of castle having a salmon base color, 4 1/2"x 3"x 2 3/4" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 160.00

    498. Child's watercolor painting of a gray horse ca. 1880; pencil and watercolor painting by a child of a yellow-gray horse with spots in a green pasture framed in a depression era frame, 4 1/4"x 3 1/2" framed

    Sold For 375.00

    499. Child's pen & ink drawing by Howard Burkhardt ca. 1880-1910; three line calligraphy repeating name "Howard Burkhardt" with decorative birds in flower bed designed similar to calling card of 1880s and framed in a flat mold walnut frame, 11 1/4"x 7 7/8" framed

    Sold For 30.00

    500. Small round wallpaper box with trade advertising ca. 1850; floral design wallpaper trade box with interior German paper lining appears to have trade advertising for Reading, PA with the lid having an applied label for Dr. J. Walker's Sierra Nevada Vigorene, 3 5/8"dx 2 3/4"

    Sold For 300.00

    501. Aaron Zook 3-dimensional artwork ca. 1995 dated; 3-D winter scene of an Amish family in a large box sleigh being pulled by draft horses in a double hitch, husband and wife standing in sleigh with children seated as the sleigh is coming from a stone arch based covered bridge with a large expanse of rural farmland in back of scene, 35 1/2"x 19 1/4"x 4 3/4" Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 3,000.00

    502. PA manganese spotted redware bowl  ca. 1865; PA redware bowl with manganese spotting on reddish-brown lead glaze, rounded canted rim, incised collar ring and tooled foot, 7 1/2"d, 4 1/4"h

    Sold For 220.00

    503. PA yellow slipware cup plate ca. 1865; PA draped slipware cup plate with three wavy lines applied via a three-quill cup and a coggled rim, 4"d

    Sold For 900.00

    504. PA manganese spotted redware wall pocket ca. 1880; semi-rounded slightly conical wall pocket with manganese spotting on a yellowish-brown lead glaze, three sets of two incised rings at top, middle and base of reservoir and 1/4" hole on back side for hanging purposes, 6 3/4"x 5 1/2"x 3 1/4"

    Sold For 100.00

    505. PA green & brown mottled redware flower pot ca. 1880; PA redware flower pot with attached saucer, copper and manganese glazes on a tan-brown lead glaze ground, flower pot with a canted and notched rim with a flange, two incised neck rings and saucer with a plain edged rim, 5 3/4"d, 5"h

    Sold For 220.00

    506. PA redware handled pot/mug & small pitcher ca. last quarter 19th century; handled slightly bulbous pot/mug with glossy manganese glaze and tooled rounded foot, 4 3/4"d, 4"h; small pitcher in brown-olive toned lead glaze, collar defined with slight upper thickening and lower raised ring, tooled round foot and slightly ribbed strap handle, 5"d, 6 1/2"h

    Sold For 150.00

    507. Redware & slipware tart dishes ca. mid and late 19th century; both with coggled rims: turned redware footed tart dish with yellow brown lead glaze, 6"d, 1 1/4"h; draped slipware tart dish with wavy lines yellow slip applied by a two-quill cup on a finely speckled brown lead glaze, 5 1/2"d, 1"h

    Sold For 220.00

    508. Manganese spotted redware flower pot ca. 1885; PA redware flower pot with an attached saucer, manganese spotting on a brown lead glaze, flower pot with a rounded tooled rim and saucer with a tooled round rim and foot, 5 1/2"d, 5"h

    Sold For 240.00

    509. 2 pieces of PA redware ca. 1875-1900; bulbous redware cup with manganese striated on a yellowish-brown glaze, rounded everted rim and tooled rolled foot, 5"d, 3 3/4"h; cylindrical redware cup with a pumpkin lead glaze, rounded rim and raised tooled rounded foot, 3"d, 3"h

    Sold For 140.00

    510. PA redware hanging flower pot ca. late 19th to early 20th century; PA redware hanging flower pot, flat rim conical bowl with pierced spindle drop stem, rim has three piercings for hangers, wavy incised line within two incised shoulder rings under an incised neck ring, pumpkin lead glaze with faint manganese streaking of southeastern PA origin, 8 3/4"d, 6"h

    Sold For 280.00

    511. 2 PA redware turkshead food molds ca. 1870; eighteen interior swirled ribbed bowl with a stepped open central cone, everted scalloped rim with a molded depressed line conforming to the interior ribs and manganese spotting on a reddish-brown lead glaze, 8 1/4"d, 3 1/4"h; six interior twin ribs with six alternating molded acanthus leaves and a closed smooth central cone, flattened rim and manganese splotches on a yellowish-brown lead glaze, 8"d, 3 1/2"h

    Sold For 230.00

    512. PA redware flower pot with attached saucer ca. 1880; PA redware flower pot with attached saucer and split pie crust rims; slightly bulbous flower pot with an elaborate beaded ring under the pie crust border, manganese sponging and fine speckles on a brown lead glaze, 6 1/4"d, 5 1/4"h

    Sold For 110.00

    513. 2 PA redware items ca. mid-19th century & early 20th century; small beveled sided bowl with incised rim ring and a tooled foot flange, olive toned brown lead glaze, 4 1/4"d, 2"h; squat bulbous pot with pair of strap handles and olive toned yellowish-brown lead glaze, 4"d, 3 1/2"h

    Sold For 290.00

    514. PA redware helmet style creamer ca. mid-19th century; with thick glossy manganese glaze, slightly flattened sides with strap handle, bold disk like foot and two faintly incised collar rings, 5"x 3"x 5 1/2"

    Sold For 120.00

    515. PA redware colander ca. 1875; footed pierced bowl with thickened rolled rim, two pierced holes in rim for hanging, four areas of manganese sponging on exterior and some interior rim manganese sponging all on a reddish-brown lead glaze attributed to southeastern PA origin, 9"d, 5"h

    Sold For 210.00

    516. PA manganese speckled redware flower pot & matching saucer ca. 1885; flower pot with rounded tooled rim above two raised rings and tooled foot with slight flange with base incised "12", 6 1/4"d, 6"h; saucer with rounded rim and tooled foot flange, 6 1/2"d, 1 1/2"h

    Sold For 140.00

    517. Eagle decorated towel ca. early 20th century; two eagles in black and red with red and white fringes on cotton material, 34”x 16” Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 30.00

    518. Log cabin pattern chair seat ca. late 19th century; pieced wool log cabin pattern with four blocks, velvet side panels and green and black backing with buttoned opening for cushion, 19”x 19”

    Sold For 50.00

    519. Block on point pattern quilt ca. early 20th century; red and green printed cotton blocks on point on a blue and white print ground, a brown and white printed cotton back and front edge turned to back, 76"x 76"

    Sold For:

    520. Hexagon pattern quilt ca. early 20th century; circular hexagon pattern using feed bag materials, plain and printed cotton fabrics with cotton backing turned to front on edges, quilted with white cotton thread following circular pattern and labeled “Western PA Quilt Documentation Project #BVR 0197”, 72"x 62"

    Sold For 140.00

    521. Pieced quilt with central block, triangular fold & three borders ca. late 19th century; central purple print block surrounded by multi-color printed triangles and purple and pink borders, brown print stripe of cotton pieced on back with edge turned to front, 90"x 90"

    Sold For 250.00

    522. Blue & white double weave coverlet ca. early 19th century; white cotton and blue wool with center seam, applied fringes, rolled top hem and multiple block design with borders on three sides, 84"x 76"

    Sold For 110.00

    523. John Smith jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1832; jacquard pattern coverlet of 4+1 weave, self-fringe on sides, applied bottom fringe, eagle and tree borders with rose, floral and star central pattern in wool and cotton, 100"x 80"

    Sold For 140.00

    524. Jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1840; jacquard pattern coverlet of 2+1 weave, floral pattern in wool and cotton, self-fringe on three sides, rolled top hem and center seam, 86"x 80"

    Sold For 90.00

    525. Long braided runner ca. early 20th century; colorful, long braided runner with a brown fabric edge, 144"x 10"

    Sold For 25.00

    526. Ida Barr needlework sampler ca. mid-19th century; needlework sampler by Ida Barr featuring traditional decorations including flowers, cat, rooster and house contained in a walnut frame, 12"x 14"; [See lot 486 for a related lot] Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 110.00

    527. Setter hooked rug ca. early 20th century; large hooked rug of a blue setter on a bright blue background with trees and a brown border, mounted on a display board, 36"x 29"

    Sold For 250.00

    528. Horse & rider hooked rug ca. early-mid 20th century; green bordered hooked rug of two black horses with riders, 34"x 18"

    Sold For 120.00

    529. Geometric hooked rug ca. early 20th century; gray and black sawtooth pattern hooked rug with red geometric decorations, 51"x 30"

    Sold For 70.00

    530. 3 prints ca. 1870; two Currier and Ives: one "The Little Brothers" and one "The Little Sisters"; along with one Kellog print "Brother and Sister" all in period frames, 12 3/4"x 16 1/2" largest

    Sold For 60.00

    531. James Keller, Ephrata, PA ink drawing ca. 1950; ink drawing depicting an old schoolhouse near the woods, signed in the lower right with additional doodling in upper right, in a maple frame, 16 3/4"x 14" overall

    Sold For 65.00

    532. Stumpwork shadow box ca. 1860; raised multicolor floral design with strings wrapped around wire to form the design, 22 1/2"x 27"x 4 1/2"

    Sold For 85.00

    533. G.R. Shirk folk art painting ca. 1930; oil on artist board depicting the "Saal - Sister House Ephrata, PA" at the Cloisters described and signed along bottom in a gold frame, 13 1/4"x 10 1/4"

    Sold For 190.00

    534. Theorem painting ca. 1940; depicting a bowl of fruit with leaves and vines in a maple frame, 15 1/4"x 12 1/4"

    Sold For 90.00

    535. O.S. Cloud oil on canvas ca. 1930; folk art farm scene with country road train and cornfield signed in the lower right in a dark stained frame, 43 1/2"x 27 1/2"

    Sold For 100.00

    536. Jonah Woodruff Watertown, NY oil on canvas ca. 1845; portrait of John Felt Copeland in the original empire frame, on reverse is identified "John Felt Copeland, born Oct 4th, 1836, Died March 10th 1842 J. Woodruff print" with accompanying information on the sitter and artist, 31"x 37 1/2" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 500.00

    537. Folk art frame ca. 1900; in the shape of a heart surrounded by acorns and leaves with metal backing and strut to sit on counter, 20 1/2"x 20 1/2"

    Sold For 55.00

    538. Currier & Ives "Little Snowbird" ca. 1860; winter scene of a little girl feeding a bird in the original frame, 12 3/4"x 17"

    Sold For 50.00

    539. Paint decorated frame ca. 1830; ogee shaped frame with yellow-brown decoration containing a period mirror, 14"x 17"

    Sold For 180.00

    540. Folk art frame ca. 1880; frame with red paint and geometrical corner highlights in blue, 16"x 19"

    Sold For 85.00

    541. Theorem painting ca. 1900; compote of fruit and berries in a birds eye maple frame signed in compote "TSF"

    Sold For 130.00

    542. Oil on board ca. 1880; Bucolic scene of a gentleman's farm with lady and man in canoe, 31"x 19 1/2"

    Sold For 65.00

    543. Pairpoint table lamp ca. early 20th century; reverse painted and gilded frosted glass shade supported by a bronze base with four brackets above a stem on a round base with four feet and marked "Pairpoint/P/C3018 on bottom", 15 1/2"d, 24"h Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 550.00

    544. Victorian piano lamp ca. mid-late 19th century; ornate cast metal base with brass stem supporting a pierced cast metal burner holder containing an electrified patent dated 1888 burner supporting a round yellow quilted satin glass globe and a clear chimney

    Sold For 110.00

    545. Saw buck table ca. 1880; in pine with a darker finish; extra-long 96" table top supported by two saw bucks connected by a pegged stretcher, 96"x 34 1/2"x 29" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 350.00

    546. Bowback Windsor arm chair ca. 1800; seven spindle back supported the bowed back, straight arms with knuckle ends supported by turned columns, the saddle seat supported by turned legs with H stretcher, 28"x 20"x 37"

    Sold For 300.00

    547. Bucket bench ca. 1880; three shelf bench in green paint with curved upright tops and a half moon base, 44"x 12"x 47"

    Sold For 450.00

    548. Jelly cupboard ca. 1860; grained painted with faux mahogany drawer fronts and door panels, splash back over two drawers with enamel pulls over two doors with recessed panels and butt hinges on straight bracket feet, 39 1/2"x 17"x 49"

    Sold For 300.00

    549. 2 brace back bow back Windsor chairs ca. 1790; both with seven spindle backs, two spindle braces, both on turned tapering legs with H stretchers: an arm chair with scrolled arm supports and saddle seat, 18"x 20"x 39"; a side chair with saddle seat, 13"x 18"x 36"

    Sold For 160.00

    550. Ladderback side chair ca. 1760; in a red wash with three slats supported by two uprights with shaped spherical tops, caned seat over cylindrical legs with stretchers, 18"x 15"x 36"

    Sold For 30.00

    551. Tool chest ca. 1800; poplar chest in a blue paint with top opening to an interior with removable compartments, double recessed front and iron bale handles on each side, 39"x 20"x 19 1/2" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 100.00

    552. Blanket chest ca. 1820; red grained chest with top opening to large interior with butt hinges and brass lock, 50"x 21"x 24"

    Sold For 50.00

    553. Dropleaf table ca. 1840; softwood table with extra-long 60" top and sides and four turned cylindrical legs, 60 1/2"x 23"x 28" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 260.00

    554. Saw buck table ca. 1800 & later; table with a four board top supported by saw buck ends resting on board feet, 54 1/2"x 39"x 27" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 75.00

    555. Drying rack ca. 1890; in oak with four swing out racks plus center rack with turned handle on top all supported by shoe feet, 38"x 14"x 42"

    Sold For 220.00

    556. Cupboard base ca. 1800; poplar with two drawers over two doors with remnants of old paint, 51"x 21"x 37 1/2" Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 110.00

    557. Chest of drawers ca. 1850; in pine with paint decoration and faux mahogany on front middle of drawers, the four drawer chest with wooden pulls resting on a curved cut out base, 33 1/2"x 21 1/2"x 36 1/2"

    Sold For 190.00

    558. Blanket chest ca. 1800; small size with paint decoration; the top opening to the interior with left side till and strap hinges; the chest retains the original escutcheon, 37"x 13"x 13 1/2"

    Sold For 210.00

    559. Express wagon ca. 1890; in green paint with wooden spoked wheels, pull handle and manual rear brake, 39"x 20"x 37"

    Sold For 200.00

    560. Blanket chest ca. 1820; pine chest, paint decorated to simulate crotch mahogany; the lid opening to left side till, butt hinges and lock, all resting on turned feet, 44"x 20 1/2"x 25"

    Sold For 100.00

    561. Bench ca. 1850; in an old orange like paint with sides mortised into top, 61 1/2"x 10 1/2"x 15"

    Sold For 170.00

    562. Candlestand ca. 1800; in poplar with a salmon colored wash, the round top supported by a straight pedestal all resting on three curved legs, 14"x 14"x 27" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 95.00

    563. Persian carpet ca. early-mid 20th century; Serape style with three large cartouches flanked by smaller decoration, surrounded by multi-framed borders with remnants of original fringe on ends, 112"x 72"

    Sold For 825.00

    564. Corner cupboard ca. 1840; cherry two piece cupboard with molded top over twelve light door over the base with two doors with recessed panels, 45"x 32"x 88"

    Sold For 1,850.00

    565. Dower chest ca. 1786; poplar with paint decoration made for "Anna Long 1786" on front of chest, the top opening to the interior with left side till and strap hinges, original keeper and bale handles on the sides all resting on the original ogee feet, 51"x 23"x 27" Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3; 4

    Sold For 4,000.00

    566. Set of 6 plank seat chairs ca. 1850; six side chairs in green paint with stenciled fruit design and pin striping, 16"x 16"x 32 1/2"

    Sold For 625.00

    567. Bowback Windsor arm chair ca. 1800; seven spindle back with four spindles supporting arms, oval seat, all on turned tapering legs with an H stretcher support, 25"x 17"x 36"

    Sold For 100.00

    568. Dutch cupboard ca. 1820; in pine with a dark wash; two-piece cupboard with a cove molded top over two doors with twelve lights, over the base with two drawers over two doors with recessed panels resting on bracket feet, 53"x 18"x 80"

    Sold For 575.00

    569. Victorian walnut display stand ca. 1880-1900; unusual stand with turned spire top on roof with turned walnut post mounted on a decorative molded base with four turned feet, 6"x 5"x 14"

    Sold For 65.00

    570. Beam top footstool ca. mid-20th century; heavy salvaged barn timber beam top footstool with rough sawn splayed legs and a mortise for rail in side of top, 15"x 9 3/4"x 8", 14 1/2" overall height

    Sold For 45.00

    571. Folk art checkerboard ca. 1920-1940; checkerboard under glass crafted from rubber matting in brown and black cut-in squares glued to hardboard backer and outlined with hand braided colorful cording, framed in rubber matting with thumb-tac accent and the back of the board with a collage of Campbell's Soup kid cards from the 1930s, 19 1/2"x 19"x 1 1/2"

    Sold For 45.00

    572. Country store mechanical spit box ca. 1860-1900; wooden tray top box with hinged bread board end, ball top slide through handle mechanism to open trap door to spit box in yellow grain paint decoration

    Sold For 70.00

    573. 2 country store fruit trays ca. 1870-1920; white washed slat bottom tray with slide through dovetail construction and raised grasp handles, 30 1/4"x 15 1/4"x 3"; red washed crate with grasp hole ends and side stenciled "Olof Hanson”, 29 1/2"x 17 1/4"x 4 3/4"

    Sold For 180.00

    574. Brass bed warmer ca. 18th century; continental style bed warmer with spun brass lipped pan, tool decorated, pierced hinged lid and socket mounted to a turned wood handle, 12"d, 4"h pan; 33" handle Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 35.00

    575. Homemade wooden parts drawer cabinet ca. 1910; simple crafted cabinet with slat braced side and four pine divided drawers with wooden knobs and gray paint, 13 1/4"x 13 1/2"x 14 1/4"

    Sold For 45.00

    576. Burlewood compote with silver band  ca. 1880-1920; pedestal based turned compote turned from burle maple and having an applied silver rim, 4 1/4"d, 2"h

    Sold For 150.00

    577. Feather duster & broom ca. 1800s; homemade feather duster with turned maple handle and blue painted receiver with turkey feathers bound in printed fabric and held by cotton twine, 3"d, 30"l; hearthside long stem broom corn mounted on egg and dart carved wooden handle with various colors of corn stalks tied with wire to handle, 3 1/2"d, 35"l

    Sold For 30.00

    578. Raised panel one door hanging cupboard ca. 1720-1750; colonial period mortised cupboard of mixed softwood and stained with walnut stain in pin construction with two interior shelves and simple stepped molding, molded raised panel door having mortise and pin battens, rough strap lift latch, clip and keeper and door hinges on slip-in wrap hinge on pintle, 27"x 9"x 30 3/4" Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 1,700.00

    579. 3 birch bark snuff containers ca. 18th-19th century; Native American birch bark oval tobacco box with interlocking overlap and stitched bottom, oval pine lid and leather strap, 3 1/2"x 2 1/2"x 4"; Native American oval snuff box from birch bark with tool decoration, simple overlap band, softwood lid and bottom and a leather strap handle, 3"x 1 1/2"x 1 3/4"; roll tool press decorative band of birch bark with spear tip overlap and oval softwood lid and bottom, 2 3/4"x 1"x 2"

    Sold For 220.00

    580. 2 early horn pieces ca. 18th century; shaped ox horn cup with fitted ox horn bottom, 2 1/2"-3 1/2"d, 5"h; powder horn with shaped raise collar tip and wooden plug faster with shield top tacks, 8 1/4"l

    Sold For 160.00

    581. Red painted tub shaped funnel ca. 1840; bucket shaped funnel made of oak staves with two iron bands, turned spout and red milk paint, 9 3/4"- 11"d, 13"h

    Sold For 160.00

    582. Primitive candle drying stand ca. 18th-early 19th century; unusual candle dip-drying stand with tri-foot stool base and hand-hewn stem/post with the center stem having a small dowel hanger drilled through stem, 9"d base, 52"h with 12 1/2" rod

    Sold For 240.00

    583. Rare bench candlemold ca. 1840-1860; softwood bench style mold having a raised tray top with twenty-four fitted tin candle molds and lower mold brace shelf, each shelf having brace battens dado cut in side legs with legs having simple arch cut-out in cut nail construction, 19 1/2"x 8"x 13 3/4"

    Sold For 525.00

    584. English barometer ca. early-mid-19th century; inlaid mahogany wall barometer with four sections including a thermometer, a mirror, a barometer and a lower section with a level and marked "B. Dell Vechio & Co./Shrewsbury/ Warranted", 10"x 38"x 2" Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 80.00

    585. Conestoga wagon jack ca. 1848; oak case containing a wrought iron rack and pinion style jack, dated 1848 and initialed C-B, 6"x 21"x 8" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 180.00

    586. Paint keg & utensil tray ca. mid-late 19th century; coopered wooden keg with iron bands and swing handle, 6"d, 6"h; walnut divided utensil tray with tapered sides, 13"x 8"x 5"

    Sold For 140.00

    587. Charcoal iron ca. mid-late 19th century; cast iron charcoal iron with a hinged lid mounted with an elephant molded handle, a red painted wooden handle and a molded rooster latch, 8"x 3 1/2"x 8 1/2"

    Sold For 130.00

    588. Feather tree ca. early 20th century; vintage feather Christmas tree on a white painted block with Christmas bell decals, 12"d, 26"h

    Sold For 190.00

    589. Yellow butter churn  ca. mid-19th century; yellow painted horizontal cylinder butter churn with a tapered hopper top and resting on wooden feet, 18"x 16"x 21"

    Sold For 140.00

    590. Copper apple butter kettle ca. mid-19th century; dovetailed copper kettle with a wrought iron rim and handle, 23"d, 16"h Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 190.00

    591. Kettle lamp ca. early 19th century; spun brass kettle with a brass spout mounted in a wrought iron harp with a socket end affixed to a heavy wooden handle, 7"x 5"x 30" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 100.00

    592. Wrought iron kick toaster ca. early-mid-19th century; wrought iron toaster with an arch and heart design holder riveted to a base with pad feet and a handle with penny end, 12"x 16"x 6"

    Sold For 180.00

    593. Folk art clockmaker's trade sign ca. early 20th century; unusual wrought iron trade sign featuring a double sided cut out clock hanging from a bracket with a fob and arrow decoration under an arrow shaped arm with a bracket to mount onto the wall, 36"x 22"

    Sold For 625.00

    594. Grist Mill sign ca. early 20th century; barrel shaped wooden paint decorated sign marked "THE/GRIST/ MILL" over a white painted arrow, 22"x 36"

    Sold For 550.00

    595. Pewter basin ca. 1790; narrow single reed rim and lightly hammered booge pewter bowl, unmarked probably English, 14 1/2"d, 3"h

    Sold For 100.00

    596. 2 English pewter chargers ca. late 18th century; two single reed rim English pewter chargers with hammered booges: one with faint touchmarks and "IC" monogram on base, 18"d; and one unmarked, 18"d Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 210.00

    597. 4 English pewter items ca. mid-19th century; one quart straight sided tankard with banded base and mid-section rings, unmarked, with Victorian and later sealer marks on rim, 4 3/4"d, 6"h; one pint tulip shaped mug with sealer marks on rim signed "W.R. Loftus" inscribed on base "Bell B- C- Hotel, WH", 3 3/4"d, 5"h; six quill round slightly tapered ink stand with glazed earthenware ink well, three incised rings on mid-section, waist and foot, unmarked, 4"d, 2 1/2"h; English single reed rim pewter plate with heavily worn touch mark, 12"d

    Sold For 85.00

    598. 6 pewter plates ca. mid-18th century to mid-19th century; five English pewter plates: single reed rim "London" plate, 7 1/2"d; smooth rim plate with touch of Richard King Jr, London, 8 3/4"d; smooth rim plate with touch of John Duncomb, Birmingham, monogrammed on base R&HN, 8 3/4"d; smooth rim plate with touch of Samuel Duncomb, Birmingham, 9"d; smooth rim plate with Yates, Birch & Co, Birmingham mark, 9"d; continental concaved smooth rim with unknown "BDH" touch, 8 3/4"d

    Sold For 100.00

    5999 pewter mugs & measures ca. early 19th to late 19th century; six straight sided mugs with raised mid-section ring and sealer's marks on rims: "one quart" marked on base "WR Loftus, Ltd/London", 4 1/2"d, 6"h; three similar pint mugs with one marked "James Yates" (Birmingham), 4"d, 4 1/2"h; pint mug with unreadable mark and double-C scroll handle, 3 3/4"d, 4 1/4"h; "half pint" with sealer's mark3"d, 3 3/4"h; belly style half pint mug with flowing bud handle terminal and sealer's mark, 3"d, 3 1/2"h; belly style "half gill" measure with sealer's mark, 2"d, 2 3/4"h; belly style "quarter gill" measure with sealer's mark, 1 3/4"d, 2"h

    Sold For 120.00

    600. English pewter deep dish & American Britannia teapot ca. early 19th century & mid-19th century; English pewter deep dish with single reed rim and illegible touch marks, 11 3/4"d, 1 1/2"h; American Britannia bulbous teapot with molded acanthus leaf handle terminals and an old oxidized surface, 7 1/2"d, 10"h

    Sold For 110.00

    601. Molded glass aquamarine pint scroll flask ca. 1870; molded aquamarine glass pint scroll flask with a round scarred base, 6 3/4"x 2"x 5"

    Sold For 60.00

    602. Cobalt decorated Cowden & Wilcox cuspidor  ca. 1870; salt glazed concave sided stoneware cuspidor with three brushed cobalt bowtie-like flowers on the perimeter and a stylized flower surrounding the clean-out hole and impressed "Cowden & Wilcox/Harrisburg, PA", 8 3/4"d, 4"h

    Sold For 1,550.00

    603. Cobalt decorated crock ca. 1865; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with flattened rim, indented neck and bright brushed upper section cobalt band of three stylized tulips on foliate stemming, 5 3/4"d, 9"h

    Sold For 150.00

    604. Cobalt decorated crock ca. 1880; salt glazed curve-sided cylindrical stoneware crock with a flattened rolled rim, tooled incised collar ring, stenciled cobalt shield breasted spread eagle on branches motif and Albany slip glaze interior of southwestern PA origin, 7"d, 10 1/4"h

    Sold For 550.00

    605. Cobalt decorated crock ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with a flattened rim, tooled deeply recessed neck above a prominent raised collar ring and five brushed curved feather designs, 6 3/4"d, 9 1/4"h

    Sold For 60.00

    606. John Bell redware crock ca. 1870; PA redware slightly bulbous cylindrical crock with a semi-rolled banded rim with slight indentation, interior in brown lead glaze with slight yellowish-brown speckled crystalline effect and impressed under rim "John Bell/Waynesboro" with a shallow recessed shoulder ring, 6 3/4"d, 7 1/2"h

    Sold For 170.00

    607. 3 PA redware pie/tart dishes  ca. 1885 to early 20th century; all with brown lead glaze interiors, 8"d, 6 1/4"d & 6"d

    Sold For 60.00

    608. 4 gallon Cowden & Wilcox jug with cobalt grapes design ca. 1870; four gallon salt glazed slightly bulbous jug with brushed cobalt cluster of grapes and leaves design, faintly impressed "Cowden & Wilcox/Harrisburg" with cobalt daubs at handle terminals, tooled rounded and flattened mouth and an Albany slip glaze interior, 11 1/2"d, 17 1/4"h

    Sold For 600.00

    609. Signed one gallon P. Herrmann blue decorated butter/ cake crock ca. 1875; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware butter/cake crock with brushed cobalt feathered collar band, pair of applied lug ear handles with cobalt daubs at terminal and a faint wavy cobalt line between daubs, flattened thickened band rim impressed "P. Herrmann/1g" and an incised shoulder ring, 9 3/4"d, 4 1/2"h

    Sold For 250.00

    610. 4 gallon cobalt decorated Shenfelder crock ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with typical brushed cobalt Shenfelder flowers and foliage motif, impressed "DP Shenfelder/Reading,PA" and "4" with a tooled and flattened rim, two incised collar rings, applied molded lug ear handles and Albany slip glaze interior, 10 3/4"d, 11"h Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 160.00

    611. Redware flower pot signed "John W. Bell/ Waynesboro, PA" ca. 1885; large redware flower pot with attached saucer, manganese striated on a yellowish-brown lead glaze (Bennington glaze effect), bottom impressed "John W. Bell/Waynesboro, PA" (John Bell's son) with a canted rim on both flower pot and saucer and a tooled foot flange, 8 1/4"d, 6 3/4"h Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 55.00

    612. Burle trencher ca. early 19th century; primitive oblong wooden trencher in figured burled walnut wood, 17"x 12"x 5" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 210.00

    613. Pair of spurs ca. mid-late 19th century; highly engraved wrought iron spurs with leather adjustable straps, 9"x 3"x 4"

    Sold For 250.00

    614. 2 hogscraper candlesticks ca. early-mid-19th century; tall wrought iron candlestick with round hog scraper base and flattened iron push-up knob, 4"d, 7"h; a shorter similar example, 4"d, 5 1/2"h

    Sold For 180.00

    615. Red slide lid candle box ca. early 19th century; dovetailed poplar slide lid candle box in old red paint, 15"x 9"x 7"

    Sold For 110.00

    616. Set of rye straw baskets ca. mid-late 19th century; group of seven round coiled rye straw baskets of various sizes, 5"-12"d

    Sold For 160.00

    617. 2 J. Schmidt signed ladles ca. mid-19th century; brass bowl tasting ladle riveted to a wrought iron handle stamped "J. Schmidt", 16"x 3"; a larger wrought iron ladle also stamped "J. Schmidt", 20"x 5 1/2" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 110.00

    618. Tin spice box ca. early 19th century; rectangle shaped tin spice with divided interior, pierced tin decorated hinged lid and four round applied feet, 6 1/2"x 3 1/2"x 3 1/2"

    Sold For 110.00

    619. Footstool & brass tilt stand ca. mid-late 19th century; brown painted softwood footstool with splayed legs and a porcelain knobbed drawer, 12"x 7"x 6"; a small tilt top brass stand with a checkerboard top, 4"x 3"x 6"

    Sold For 110.00

    620. Slawboard & pie board ca. mid-late 19th century; walnut slawboard with iron blades and heart shaped handle, 7"x 17"; a large round wooden pie board with a shaped handle, 16 1/2"x 23"

    Sold For 130.00

    621. Ensinger Bros. painted sign ca. early 20th century; wooden red paint decorated sign for "ENSINGER BROS/ PRINTERS" in white lettering with a black and white painted border and iron hanging eyelets, 36"x 10"

    Sold For 170.00

    622. Chest of drawers ca. late 19th century; walnut chest of four over three over two drawers with white porcelain drawer pulls, 38"x 10"x 12"

    Sold For 325.00

    623. Mahogany butler's tray ca. early 19th century; rectangular mahogany butcher's tray with handles inset on each side, 27 1/2"x 19"x 4"

    Sold For 120.00

    624. Wrought iron strap hinge ca. early 19th century; two part wrought iron strap with tulip shaped ends, 18 1/2"x 16"

    Sold For 120.00

    625. Group of cookie cutters ca. mid-late 19th century; seven figural soldered tin cookie cutters including four birds, a camel, an elephant and a man, 2"-8"l

    Sold For 80.00

    626. Red painted wall shelf ca. mid-19th century; wooden red painted shelf with shaped supports and rounded backboard with seven wrought iron hooks, 56"x 9 1/2"x 15"

    Sold For 325.00

    627. Lancaster, PA balance scales ca. early 20th century; nickel plated scale with a fan shaped display over an embossed shield marked "National Store Specialty/Lancaster PA" and glass tray, 16"x 5"x 14"

    Sold For 200.00

    628. Pair of Boston Terrier shaped andirons ca. early 20th century; cast iron seated dogs affixed to cast iron log rests, 6"x 15"x 21"

    Sold For 110.00

    629. Burle walnut box ca. mid-late 19th century; small burle walnut vanished box with lift lid, 7 1/2"x 5"x 3 1/2"

    Sold For 160.00

    630. Small bag wagon ca. mid-late 19th century; oak frame bag wagon with single turned handle, iron arm and wheels, 12"x 46"

    Sold For 30.00

    631. McCaskey oak & wood store register  ca. 1907-1920; panel molded oak register with cash drawer base, small top drawer and writing pad with the tin fold-down register file containing billheads from Hoffman General Store, Alpha, MD with the registry sheet of patrons under glass panel on top of a drawer base and last patent date of May 14, 1907, 20 1/2"x 21 1/2"x 27" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 80.00

    632. Countertop store scales ca. 1900-1920; painted black counter top platform scales with nine tier register in cylinder view window and weight register on reverse side, style #144, 19"x 20"x 30 3/4"

    Sold For 65.00
    633. 3 lithographed tin plates ca. 1890-1920; Union Pacific Tea Co. child's plate with band of bears, children having a snowball fight and portrait of girl with pink ribbon in hair, 8"d, 3/4"h; The Meek Co. "Dresden Art Plate" #208 Marianne with portrait, 9 1/2"d, 3/4"h; C.D. Kenny Co. Francis Scott Key centennial plate by Kauffman & Strauss Co., 9 3/4"d, 3/4"h

    Sold For 25.00
    634. 5 pieces of gray agate/graniteware ca. 1870-1920; small gooseneck coffee pot with dome lid and make-do wire finial, 4 1/4"d, 8"h; large gooseneck coffee pot with make-do domed tin lid and wire finial knob, 5 3/4"d, 9"h; large coffee pot with domed tin lid, 6 1/4"d, 9 1/2"h; black graniteware round lunch pail with wood on wire loose handle and a tin lid, 6"d, 5 1/2"h; late gray shallow pan with pour spout and loose wire handle, 6 1/4"d, 3"h

    Sold For 90.00

    635. 3 wooden primitives ca. 1840-1910; homemade softwood fishline winder with compass pinwheel decoration and cent grasp handle, 13"x 6"x 1/2"; oak wall pocket with stencil advertisement of C.S. Osborne Furniture, Atlantic, Iowa, 10 1/2"x 3 1/4"x 5 3/4"; primitive clock shelf with decorative cut brackets, unfinished, 20 1/2"x 6"x 6"

    Sold For 70.00

    636. Small painted oak framed mirror ca. 1830-1850; small raised bead flat molding frame of oak painted black with mercury glass mirror, 10 1/4"x 12 1/4"x 3/4"

    Sold For 25.00

    637. Boye Needle Co. trade advertising case ca. 1920s; carousel-style lithograph tin case with Boye Brand needles display, round lithograph upper and lower tin with revolving carousel dispenser and size dial top indicator, 16"d, 13 1/2"h

    Sold For 75.00

    638. Mahogany frame table top dressing mirror ca. 1900-1920; bevel edge rectangular mirror in mahogany frame mounted on scroll/cabriole foot harp, topped with small cast brass finials, pitched back harp frame with ornate molded bracket and rails with flat bead molding, 25 3/4"x 12 1/4"x 30 3/4"

    Sold For 55.00

    639. Carousel horse ca. 1920; in an old paint with multi-color decoration supported with a stand, 66"x 12"x 58"

    Sold For 575.00

    640. Blind cupboard ca. 1820; in pine with a molded top over two doors with recessed panels over two drawers with brass bale pulls over two lower doors with recessed panels over a bracket base, 48 1/2"x 18 1/2"x 68"

    Sold For 600.00

    641. Dutch cupboard ca. 1860; the two piece cupboard in pine with molded top over two doors with twelve lights over the base with two drawers over two doors each with double recessed panels on straight shaped feet, 48 1/2"x 19"x 86"

    Sold For 475.00

    642. Corner cupboard ca. 1830; two part cupboard in pine with cove molded top over the door with twelve lights over the base with two doors with recessed panels resting on the straight front and side feet, 44"x 30"x 85 1/2"

    Sold For 375.00

    643. Wrought iron fencing ca. 1850; iron fence with arrow posts, the arrows above scrolled decoration alternating one long and one short post with additional rectangular decoration, approximately 60' Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 450.00

    644. Wood door  ca. 1780; paint decorated with seven raised panel front with four vertical panels over a horizontal panel over two lower panels; the door complete with original door opener, lock and key, 83"x 35 1/2"x 1 1/4" Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 160.00

    645. Silas Hoadley tall case clock  ca. 1820 & later; softwood tall case with signed and painted wooden dial, complete with eight day weight driven, ladder chain movement with pendulum, 15 1/2"x 9"x 85" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 110.00

    646. Child's table ca. 1850; diminutive one drawer table with a paint decorated surface and brass drawer pull, all on turned legs, 25 1/2"x 20"x 21"

    Sold For 80.00

    647. Candlestand ca. 1800; in cherry with a square molded top over a turned support with bulbous base resting on a tripod base with cabriole legs, 18"x 18 1/2"x 28 1/2"

    Sold For 90.00

    648. Side table ca. 1800; in a red wash with tapering Hepplewhite legs, 36"x 23 1/2"x 28"

    Sold For 140.00

    649. G. Galer pair of side chairs ca. 1840; two plank seat paint decorated matching side chairs, both stamped with the makers name, spindle backs and turned legs with stretchers, 34"x 17"x 16 1/4" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 45.00

    650. Serving tray ca. 1820; Upright stand holds pull out serving tray in mahogany with brass handle on tray, 15 1/2"x 7"x 39"

    Sold For 40.00

    651. Blanket chest ca. 1830; paint decorated in a swag type pattern; the interior with butt hinges, keeper and lock all resting on spherical feet, 39"x 21"x 28 1/2"

    Sold For 180.00

    652. Low boy ca. 1790; in mahogany with mahogany veneered drawer fronts; the top over three small drawers over a carved central fan flanked by two small drawers on tapering legs, the sides with a long nicely shaped skirt, 38"x 21"x 29 1/2" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 160.00

    653. Set of 7 ladderback side chairs ca. 1780; each with turned finial tops on cylindrical posts flanking the triple ladder back, rush seats on cylindrical legs attached with seven stretchers each, 18"x 15"x 39"

    Sold For 425.00

    654. Farm table  ca. 1850; in walnut with a pinned top over three drawers, all resting on turned cylindrical legs, 57"x 45"x 30 1/2"

    Sold For 210.00

    655. L. & J.G. Stickley library table ca. 1900; in oak with a black painted top over two drawers in mortise and tenon construction with hammered brasses, straight legs, lower shelf connected to side stretchers and labeled "The work of L. & J.G. Stickley" on right stretcher, 54"x 32"x 29 1/2" Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 525.00

    656. Hepplewhite secretary bookcase ca. 1810; two piece secretary in mahogany with crotch and figured mahogany throughout; the top opening to a four shelf interior, the base with flip down writing surface, two doors opening to one drawer and one shelf and a nicely cut out skirt, 48"x 18 1/2"x 91"

    Sold For 500.00

    657. Blanket chest ca. 1850; in poplar with ochre decoration; the top opening to an interior with left side till and butt hinges, all resting on bulbous feet, 44"x 22 1/2"x 24 1/2" Additional Photo: 1

    Sold For 190.00

    658. Jelly cupboard ca. 1840; in poplar with a red wash, nicely shaped back and side splash, single door opening to the base board and two shelves, flanked by turned half columns on bulbous feet, 43"x 22 1/2"x 51"

    Sold For 150.00

    659. Eagle weathervane ca. 1900; the eagle with spread wings on top of ball above the arrow resting on a smaller over a larger ball with directionals below; complete with a purpose-made stand, 21"x 18 1/2"x 61 1/2" Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 300.00

    660. Table bench ca. 1800; with a birchwood top and pine seat; the table top is pegged to the bench, the seat mortised to the sides resting on long shoe feet, 48"x 30"

    Sold For 675.00

    661. Bench ca. 1890; extra-long 144" bench from "Pilgrims Lodge" in a dark finish with punch work seat, punched "Pilgrims Lodge" on seat back, 144"x 20"x 32" Additional Photo: 1; 2

    Sold For 400.00

    662. Corner cupboard ca. 1830; in two parts, the top with cove molding above the door with eight lights opening to the interior with shaped shelves with spoon holders over a base with one drawer over one door, all on a straight bracket foot, 42"x 28"x 87 1/2"

    Sold For 325.00