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“The Voices Of Experience”

Winter Antique Catalogued Auction

May 19, 2018

 

    1. Greg Shooner ovoid handled redware jug ca. 1997; ovoid jug with applied fluted handle and mottled in brown/clear glaze, signed Greg Shooner, 7"d, 9 1/4"h

    Sold For 55.00

    2. 2 Greg Shooner redware bottles ca. 1994 & 2002; bulbous flask with flowing yellow, brown and green glaze with faux chips to lip of bottle, inspired by the Shenandoah Valley, 3 1/2"d, 5 3/4"h; redware flask bottle with overall yellow glaze and brown brush stroke accent, 4"x 2 1/2"x 5 3/4"

    Sold For 180.00

    3. Greg Shooner crock ca. 1995; handled bulbous crock with yellow glaze boxes on two sides of the crock and incised "Sag Harbor, Long Island, Oct. 7, 1800" and "We the right and yet the wrong we do. We know the wrong and yet the wrong pursue", signed Greg Shooner, 5 1/2"d, 6 1/2"h Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 65.00

    4. J. Bove redware jug ca. 2000; ovoid incised redware jug with applied molded handle, high collar lip, flowing mottled glaze, signed Turtle Creek Potters, J. Bove, 2000, 7"d, 8 3/4"h

    Sold For 35.00

    5. Slip decorated redware loaf dish ca. 1997; three line slip decoration on oval loaf dish with fluted rim and clear glaze, 14 1/4"x 11 1/4"x 2 1/2"

    Sold For 80.00

    6. Greg Shooner redware bank ca. 1998; unusual form bulb top redware bank on a pedestal and pan base, topped with a hand-molded redware hen, flowing mottled glazing and signed Greg Shooner and marked #2, 5"d, 7 3/4"h

    Sold For 160.00

    7. Greg Shooner redwdare storage jar ca. 2001; bulbous redware jar with rope twisted collared flared rim, applied double arch ears, flowing mottled glaze and fitted with a tin handled dome lid, 7 1/2"d, 9 1/4"h, 2"h lid

    Sold For 190.00

    8. 2 Greg Shooner redware banks ca. 1997 & 2000; acorn tipped onion shape redware bank with brown glaze band and tulip vine decoration, 4"d, 5 1/4"h; traditional shaped redware penny bank with yellow slip stippling and line accent, yellow brush and clear glaze, 3 1/2"d, 4 1/4"h

    Sold For 210.00

    9. 3 slip decorated redware pieces ca. 1996-1998; slip decorated redware candlestick with round base, molded shaft and yellow slip accent to base, by Greg Shooner, 3 1/2"d, 3 3/4"h; green slip double tulip design plate by Greg Shooner, 6"d, 1"h; yellow and green slip decorated pan base candlestick by Cathy Gatch, Turtle Creek Potters, 5 1/2"d, 5"h

    Sold For 40.00

    10. 2 Greg Shooner redware pieces ca. 2000 & 2006; Moravian inspired multi-color slip and glaze decorated cylinder-shaped ink bottle with green, brown, yellow slip decoration and small mouth, 3 1/4"d, 4 1/2"h; small onion shaped knob top bank with flowing mottled glazing, 2 1/2"d, 3 1/4"h

    Sold For 200.00

    11. Greg Shooner rooster decorated redware plate  ca. 1997; brown and yellow decorated redware rooster decorated plate with a pie crimp fluted edge, clear glaze and slip and manganese glaze decoration, 11"x 1 3/4"

    Sold For 60.00

    12. 3 Mary Shooner redware pieces ca. 1987-2000; small rectangular dish with running stag pattern and cream slip over brown lead glaze; small multi-color glaze and slip accented bird with yellow and redware slip decoration glaze or base; small multi-color standing dog with long tail and tan, brown and green glaze color then lead glazed

    Sold For 55.00

    13. 2 Greg Shooner redware pieces ca. 1987 & 2001; yellow slip decorated redware plate with clear lead glaze, two line slip decoration and signed "Turtle Creek Potters, Morrow, Ohio" "Museum Piece/ Greg Shooner", 10"d, 1 1/2"h; yellow slip and manganese decorated dome lid redware sugar bowl with two ears, slip line, manganese stippling decoration and fine dome lid with knob and matched decoration, 4 1/2"d, 4 1/2"h

    Sold For 110.00

    14. Lester Breininger redware shaving bowl ca. 1982; yellow slip glazed bowl with broad rim, notched for chin and incised distelfink bird on tree and tulip design with German dialect inscription translated on back "God is the Physician and I his servant, when He helps me I heal right", 8 3/4"d, 2 1/2"h

    Sold For 95.00

    15. LMH standing dog redware figure ca. 1980-1990s; traditional standing poodle dog holding a basket in mouth with a wrapped tail, standing on a tool decorated plateau base and signed "LMH TC" in lead glaze, 5 1/4"x 3"x 4 1/2"

    Sold For 80.00

    16. Shooner sgraffito relief decorated harvest jug ca. 1999 dated; commissioned oversized jug with sgraffito relief work of a large starburst, tulips, man on the moon, smiling sun and longhorn bull vignettes with compass and pinwheel accents, a large molded handle with diamond band relief and tulip incised design and collar inscription reading "Steal Not This Pot For Fear of Your Shame For Here You See the Owners Name/ Mary Kathryn Amato Bn. 4-23-1950", 10"d, 13"h Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 700.00

    17. Ray & Pat Oxenford paint decorated box ca. 2000-2010; traditional oval Shaker style band box #6 size with swallow tail joints and copper tacks, lid painted with a David Ellinger inspired "peacock and urn of flowers" design on cream ground, bands in cream ground with grain paint accent and interior with yellow on green marbleized graining, by Ray and Pat Oxenford, Douglassville, PA, 11 1/2"x 8"x 5" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 120.00

    18. Smith Miller #3 Mack ladder firetruck ca. 1950s; large cast aluminum Mack bulldog truck in red paint with original decals, round closed grill front, aerial ladder chassis with operating ladder and rear driver wheel, 36"x 6"x 7 1/4"

    Sold For 140.00

    19. Smith Miller Bank of America truck ca. 1950s; cast aluminum short nose body on a cast aluminum chassis, pressed steel armor box with perforated grill on front and side, embossed rivets and frames, painted army green with decal "Bank of America - California's Statewide Bank" on sides of box, 14"x 5 1/2"x 7 1/2"

    Sold For 140.00

    20. Buddy L pressed steel wrecker "Repair-It Unit" ca. 1950-1960s; large red painted cab and chassis with white painted body with high sides and side decals, green painted tow lift assembly and rubber wheels, 24"x 6 1/4"x 8 1/2"

    Sold For 85.00

    21. Smith Miller U.S. Army stake body truck ca. 1950-1960s; cast aluminum long Mack truck on cast aluminum long chassis, wooden high side bed and truck and body painted green with Smith Miller and US Army decals, 19 1/2"x 6"x 7"

    Sold For 210.00

    22. Smith Miller operating dump truck ca. 1950s; cast aluminum truck, chassis and dump body with a short nose, short single axle rear and half-moon gear lift, hand crank wheel and truck and bed painted red with Smith Miller decal, 12"x 5 1/2"x 6"

    Sold For 110.00

    23. Doepke model toy triumph car ca. 1950-1960s; gray die cast model triumph car on a pressed steel chassis with rubber wheels marked "Model Toys" (Rossmoyne, Ohio)

    Sold For 65.00

    24. Nylint pressed steel electronic cannon toy ca. 1957; pressed steel body and frame on rubber wheel with swivel mounted gun with three plastic and rubber missiles and original paper advertising brochure, 23"x 6 1/2"x 9 1/2"

    Sold For 45.00

    25. Cast iron red painted globe bank ca. 1875; registered to Enterprise Mfg. Co., this two-part red painted globe bank has embossed outlines of the continents with embossed lettering and set in an arc shaped stand with round base, 2 1/2"d base; 3"d globe, 5 1/2"h

    Sold For 100.00

    26. G.B.N. magic lantern ca. 1890-1905; Gerbruder Bing Co., Germany tin box-style projector with four lion's paw claw feet, 1 1/2"d adjustable brass lens, tin font with original fire chamber and large stove pipe top and lamp with large set of colorized lenses and mechanical kaleidoscope, 13"x 12"x 8" box; 5"x 6"x 18" lamp with pipe exhaust; 2"d, 3 1/2"h lens Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 40.00

    27. Mamod steam operated toy tractor ca. 1980-2000; steam operated toy tractor with diecast wheels and boiler cap, pressed metal roof and boiler chamber, red painted wheels, green boiler tank, white and red painted roof, 10 1/4"x 5"x 7"

    Sold For 60.00

    28. Breininger sgraffito decorated bowl ca. 8-24-1992; squat shaped bowl with exterior sgraffito flower band decoration, clear glaze interior, raised pad base and raised lip with incised line accent, 8 1/2"x 4 3/4"

    Sold For 190.00

    29. 3 pieces of reproduction redware ca. 1975-1992; 1975 Ned Foltz saucer base candlestick with applied handle and yellow sponge accent to rim, 7"d, 5 1/4"h; 1986 R. Foltz hand sculptured miniature cabin with flower place and two birds outside, 3 1/2"x 3"x 2 1/2"; 1992 Breininger Pottery mold cast crowing rooster with yellow and brown glaze accent, 3"x 2"x 4 1/4"

    Sold For 80.00

    30. 2 Breininger sgraffito decorated redware bowls ca. 1976 & 1979; 8-9-1976 B&L Breininger small bowl with yellow sgraffito slip and incised flower design with brown and green glaze accents, 8"x 1 3/4"; 7-31-79 "Gaudy Breininger Butterfly" sgraffito design bowl with butterfly and floral incised decoration with green and brown glaze accent and blue-green rim glaze, 10 1/4"x 1 1/2"

    Sold For 200.00

    31. James C. Seagraves redware fat lamp  ca. 1970s; black glazed two tier handled fat lamp with upper bowl having a tubular spout, distelfink bird perched on tubular central shaft and applied handle with raised thumb grasp, 8"x 5 1/2"x 9"

    Sold For 160.00

    32. 3 James C. Seagraves redware mugs ca. 1970-1997; tapered stein-shaped mug with embossed "Gluck" in central band and brown glaze accent, 3-3 3/4"d, 3 1/2"h; bulbous shaped mug with applied handle, embossed owl, flower and bearded man accents and brown glaze accent, 4"d, 4"h; love mug with four applied handles, cream slip decoration and green and brown glaze accent, 3-4"d

    Sold For 35.00

    33. 2 colorful Seagraves redware birds ca. 1970-1990s; hollow form earthenware goose with yellow, brown and green dots and brown accent sponge spatter on a raised pedestal base, 13 1/2"x 3 1/2"x 7 1/2"; creamware hollow cast parrot on pedestal base with bright green, blue, red and yellow glaze accent, 6 1/2"x 2 1/2"x 6 3/4"

    Sold For 140.00

    34. 2 redware bird whistles ca. 1960-1990s; attributed to James C. Seagraves: hand-molded hollow bird whistle on slab pottery base with embossed black glazed wings and yellow slip eyes, 5"x 1 1/2"x 3 1/2"; marked "G" bird whistle with embossed wings, brown glaze accent and perched on a pierced bell shaped base, 5 3/4"x 2"x 5"

    Sold For 85.00

    35. 4 pieces of Seagraves black glazed redware ca. 1970-1990s; saucer based handled candlestick dated 1982, 5"d, 3"h; tall pedestal base candlestick, 3 1/2"d, 6 3/4"h; low pedestal base candlestick, 3"d, 5"h; flared bell base candlestick, 3 1/4"d, 8"h

    Sold For 25.00

    36. 2 Seagraves whimsical bird figures ca. 1950-1980s; tall bisque mold cast distelfink bird with high fantail base, high pitched head, glazed blue with black accent on beak and eyes, 6"x 4"x 8 1/2"; small bisque mold cast bird with cobalt flowing on turquoise glaze standing on a pad base, 7"x 2"x 5"

    Sold For 180.00

    37. 3 pieces of Seagraves pottery ca. 1950-1980s; redware saucer base chamberstick with handle marked "JS" with clear glaze and black glaze accent, 5 1/2"d, 5 1/2"h; black glazed redware candlestick with hobnail accent on pedestal base, 3 3/4"d, 6 1/2"h; mold cast earthenware "Rahm" creamer with embossed lettering, applied handle and clear and black sponge glaze, 3-4"d, 4 1/2"h

    Sold For 30.00

    38. 2 Seagraves bird figures ca. 1950-1980s; mold cast redware distelfink-type bird on an oval pedestal base with clear glaze, green thumbprint and black accent on beak and eyes, 8 1/2"x 2 1/4"x 7 3/4"; mold cast bisque bird with open flared tail, cap on head, brown and flowing orange glaze with turquoise and black eyes, 8 1/2"x 3 1/2"x 6 1/4"

    Sold For 110.00

    39. 2 pieces of Seagraves pottery ca. 1970-1990; redware hand thrown basket with loop handle, blue, yellow, green and black spot accent and clear glaze, 4 1/4"d, 5 1/2"h; tall potter's handled mug with colorful yellow, green and black thumbprint accent with clear glaze, 4 1/2"d, 5 1/2"h

    Sold For 30.00

    40. 2 Seagraves bird figures ca. 1970-1980s; mold cast redware distelfink perched on a stump pedestal base with black, turquoise and yellow accent and clear glaze, 4 1/2"x 2 3/4"x 6 3/4"; mold cast earthenware/creamware bird picking breast statue on a round base, 5 1/2"x 2 3/4"x 7 1/2"

    Sold For 180.00

    41. 3 pieces of Seagraves pottery ca. 1950-1980s; saucer base chamberstick with applied handle, black accent and clear glaze, 4 3/4"d, 3"h; whimsical distelfink shaped bowl with extended head and fantail, embossed applied wings and clear mottled glaze finish, 10"x 6"x 3 1/2"; whimsical duck shaped bowl with extended head and fantail, embossed applied wings and finished in clear mottled glaze, 9 1/2"x 5 1/4"x 3 1/2"

    Sold For 50.00

    42. Seagraves sgraffito decorated bowl ca. 1950-1990s; signed bowl with flat bottom and flared side, yellow and incised work decoration of a distelfink on floral branch with tulip and heart motif and clear glaze, 4 1/2"-6"d, 1 1/2"h

    Sold For 50.00

    43. 2 Seagraves bird figures ca. 1950-1980s; chalk mold-cast form eagle on pedestal base with opened wings, undecorated with black line at mold lines and marked "JS" with black glaze, 4 3/4"x 2"x 4 3/4"; redware perched bird on oval stump pedestal base with beak accented in turquoise, clear and mottled glaze finish and marked "JCS", 6 1/2"x 2 3/4"x 4 3/4"

    Sold For 120.00

    44. 3 Foltz redware Santas ca. 1986-1995; 1986 press-form Santa walking with a walking stick and sack on back in black sponge and clear glaze, 5"x 3 1/2"x 10 1/4"; 1989 press-form Santa standing with arms in sleeves on belly with yellow accent and clear glaze, 3"x 2 1/2"x 9 1/4"; 1995 form cast Santa standing holding a sack over shoulder with yellow accent and clear glaze, 2 1/4"x 3"x 8 1/2"

    Sold For 130.00

    45. Match pair of Joey Jobes sleeping decoys ca. 1992; sleeper mallard gunning decoys with stands and heads resting on backs: drake with bright green head, eyes and yellow beak, round bottom with keel weight and tie ring; hen painted with a brown and tan head, yellow eyes, orange and brown beak and carved in the same manner as the drake, 15 1/2"x 7"x 7" each

    Sold For 95.00

    46. Standing mallard hen carving ca. 1990s; paint decorated wood carving of a wading mallard hen with erect head, glass eyes, brown body with white stripe accent on head, flash of blue on wings and a layer carved tail all mounted on painted metal legs with webbed feet and perched on a driftwood base, 16"x 5"x 12 1/2"; 13 1/2"x 5 1/2"x 1 3/4" base

    Sold For 260.00

    47. Pair of A.R. Hutchins canvas back gunning decoys ca. 1979; drake decoy with cinnamon brown head, glass eyes, black beak, white and gray mid-section, black breast and tail, round bottom and maker's strike and signature, 15 1/2"x 6"x 7 1/2"; hen decoy with brown and tan head, gray body, brown mid-section, brown breast and tail, black beak and glass eyes, 15 1/2"x 6"x 7" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 100.00

    48. Primitive slab wood shorebird carving ca. 1990-2000; pine slab stack carving of a wader with a band drawn shaped body and applied saw-shaped wings on a wire stand mounted on a slab wedge, 17"x 2 1/4"x 8 1/2" body, 13 3/4" overall height

    Sold For 45.00

    49. 2 duck decoys ca. 1983-1990s; signed Capt. Harry Jobes pintail drake gunning decoy with rounded bottom, brown painted head with white stripe, blue-gray beak, white breast, gray back with black accent, yellow eyes and keel weight and tie ring, 18"x 5 1/2"x 8"; undated Herb Daisey Jr., Chincoteague black hen show-carved with feather accent, black and gray painted head and body, yellow beak and glass eyes, 15 1/4"x 5 1/2"x 6 3/4"

    Sold For 95.00

    50. Jeff Benes show carved mallard hen ca. 1985; hen carved leaning forward with erect tail, wings overlapped and ruffled and glass inset squinting eyes mounted on a turned walnut base with charcoal accent bed, 12"x 4"x 8 1/2" duck Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 120.00

    51. 2 shorebird carvings ca. 2002-2006; Richard Morgan initialed and dated carving of a wading curlew with shaped body, primitive distressed paint decoration, glass eyes, long arch tapered beak all on a rod in cedar half log base, 20 1/2"x 3"x 11 3/4"; small curlew/shorebird carving with an erect carved head, glass eyes, aged paint decoration and encrypted math equation, chemical compounds, Latin statements, etc. on a dowel and log base, 8 1/2"x 2"x 9 3/4"

    Sold For 120.00

    52. Mark Buck trumpeter swan decoy ca. 1998; full size wood carved swan with head set above breast, highly arched neck, little finish detail then painted white with a black painted beak and inset glass eyes Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 130.00

    53. Reproduction wrought iron rush lamp with pad feet ca. 1990-2000s; marked "JF" with raised three pad foot base, twisted rod shaft and hinged tong rush grasp with candle cup on twisted rod arm, 6"d, 12 1/4"h

    Sold For 100.00

    54. Pair of tin dish back candle sconces by Phil Kelly ca. 1980-1990s; simple round dish reflector with fluted and wire banded strap support with candle stick on round catch tray and marked "K" on nail hanger, 10"d reflector, 5 1/2"h Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 140.00

    55. 2 wrought iron rush lamps ca. 1990s; simple raised three-foot base with twisted bar shaft, hinged tong rush grasp and tapered candle holder on bar arm, 6 1/2"d, 12 3/4"h; raised pad foot base with twisted bar shaft, hinged tong rush grasp and round candle holder on twisted arm, 6 1/2"d, 13 1/2"h

    Sold For 150.00

    56. 2 Breininger redware plates ca. 1977-2000s; 1977 Moravian inspired brown glazed bowl with yellow, green and red slip decoration, 10"d, 1 1/2"h; deep redware bowl with clear glaze, yellow-brown slip decoration and a pie crimped edge, 8 1/2"d, 2"h

    Sold For 130.00

    57. Daniel & Diane Strawser bird handle walking stick ca. 1995; twisted walking stick capped with Strawser bird carved on stick and paint decorated with polychrome paint, 42" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 75.00

    58. Group of 8 sgraffito decorated redware Easter eggs ca. 1989-2004; seven LB Breininger including five small size with dogwood pattern, pussy willows, crocus, blue flowers and floral motifs and two large size with hummingbird and flower motif; one large Nolde Forest egg with incised flower, cream, red and green slip and blue glaze; 1 3/4"x 1 1/4"- 3"x 2 1/4"

    Sold For 170.00

    59. Russell Henry candleholder ca. 1977; glazed earthenware candleholder by Russell Henry featuring a broad cup mounted on a reticulated cone top cylinder, dark brown exterior glaze and sea green interior glaze with some brown speckles; base incised "Left Handed Russell Henry/ 6-77/ Hay Creek/ Just for Fancy", 3 1/4"d, 4"h Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 30.00

    60. Framed Gilbert French folkart fraktur of Adam & Eve ca. 1990s; watercolor reproduction fraktur broadside with Adam, Eve and angel above heart script boxes listing the marriage of Heinrich Manger and Elizabeth in 1809 in German and framed in a paint decorated corner block frame, 17 1/2"x 14 1/4" framed

    Sold For 90.00

    61. Framed Pam Godilbt folkart watercolor ca. 1990-2000s; watercolor of a green parrot on a tulip in green, yellow and red decoration on hand laid paper and framed in a beaded block corner frame with rolled sponge paint decoration, 7 1/4"x 7" framed

    Sold For 60.00

    62. Framed Marie DeVerter theorem painting ca. 1978; gray hen on nest design theorem painting on felt framed in a paint accent corner block frame with pineapple design decoration, 17"x 14" framed

    Sold For 30.00

    63. Dan & Diane Strawser chip carved folk art eagle ca. 1995; chip carved eagle perched on an oval pedestal base with wings pitched back, eagle with reddish-brown base paint, yellow and black accent with eagle's wings carved separately and attached, 7"x 13 1/4"x 7 1/2"

    Sold For 250.00

    64. Dan & Diane Strawser chip carved folk art eagle ca. 1997; fine chip carved eagle on a pedestal base with spread wings, reddish-brown paint, black, yellow and red accent and wings carved separately and attached, 7"x 14 1/2"x 6"

    Sold For 270.00

    65. Garnett B. French folk art ink & watercolor ca. 20th century; bright color folk art painting on paper of two long tailed distelfink birds in blue, yellow, red and black colors perched on a cherry tree next to a large colorful blooming tulip flower and framed in a paint decorated frame, 13"x 16 1/4"x 3/4" framed

    Sold For 90.00

    66. Framed Dolores Hackenberger Ressler Mascot Mill painting ca. 1980s; Hackenberger oil on canvas painting of the front façade of Ressler's Mascot Roller Mill, brick miller's house and yellow framed barn located in Ronks, PA and framed in a barn wood frame, 33 1/4"x 18 1/2"x 1 3/4" framed

    Sold For 160.00

    67. Lester Breininger redware fish bottle   ca. 1974; redware fish shaped bottle with incised fin and body line accent and yellow glaze with green mottle accent, 12 1/2"x 2 1/4"x 3 3/4"

    Sold For 900.00

    68. Don Carpenter mochaware mug ca. 2002; fine mochaware handled mug with hobnail accent green band and brown bands and central light brown background with dark brown "seaweed" decoration, marked "SA & DO", 3"d, 2 3/4"h with 1 1/4" handle

    Sold For 160.00

    69. Reproduction mocha type bowl ca. 2000s; earthworm decorated waste bowl of wheel thrown earthen/pottery marked "SJ" with mocha style decoration of a blue, gray and black earthworm on a salmon-brown field with cat's eye accents made by Susan Skinner & Joseph Jostes of Salesville, AR, 3"-6"d, 3 1/2"h

    Sold For 30.00

    70. 3 brass wheel pie crimpers ca. 1830-1920; wooden handled crimper with wrought iron tang mount, brass fluted pie wheel made from old clock pulley wheel and mounted with an iron pin, 1 1/2" wheel, 8"l; wooden handled crimper with a turned/tapered iron bent fork and large brass diamond tip wheel with brass mounted pin, 1 3/4" wheel, 8 3/4"l; mass produced brass arm pie wheel with wooden handle, 1" wheel, 8 1/2"l

    Sold For 100.00

    71. Copper gooseneck tea kettle ca. 1820-1850; unsigned #5 tea kettle with gooseneck spout, dovetailed construction of unmatched alloy copper sheets, small dome lid with wooden knob, formed strap swing on bow tie/winged mounts riveted with iron and handle on copper rivets, 9"d, 6 1/2"h Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 80.00

    72. 3 wooden handle pie crimpers ca. 18th-19th century; early hand wrought tight fluted pie wheel on round eye top bevel tapered fork with turned handle and pewter collar, 1 1/2" wheel, 7 1/2"l; small fluted iron pie wheel on round eye turned shaft fork with a simple carved handle, 1" wheel, 6 3/4"l; brass diamond fluted pie wheel on bent turned round shaft with brass collared turned handle, 1 1/2" wheel, 6 3/4"l

    Sold For 65.00

    73. Smoke paint decorated storage can ca. 1890-1920; approx. 8 quart tin storage can with two rolled ribs, wired rim, domed lid with extended flat lip and interior band, 7 1/2"d, 8"h

    Sold For 50.00

    74. 2 kitchen primitives ca. 20th century; polished brass dish pan with copper riveted wire handles, flat bottom and sloped side, 9 1/4"- 12 1/2"d, 4 3/4"h; wrought iron handled gridiron with grid rail feet rolled on front feet and split on back feet and a strap handle with ball top eye hanger, 13 1/2"x 10 1/2"x 2" grip with 10 1/2" handle

    Sold For 30.00

    75. 3 wooden handle pie crimpers ca. 18th-19th century; wrought iron fluted pie wheel on split rod ball tip fork with carved handle, 1 1/2" wheel, 7 1/2"l; small pinwheel decorated fluted iron pie wheel on bent shaft fork with tool decoration and small wooden handle, 1 1/4" wheel, 6 3/4"l; fluted copper pie wheel on split rod shank mounted on brass collared turned cherry handle, 1 1/4" wheel, 7"l

    Sold For 150.00

    76. Primitive pierced tin & wood foot warmer ca. 1830-1880; tin box warmer with pinwheel pierced door and pinwheel hole punch in top, box mounted in simple walnut half-lap frames and mortised corner blocks, 12"x 12"x 6"

    Sold For 50.00

    77. Small mahogany one drawer sewing stand ca. 1900-1920; one drawer base with four small turned ball feet, turned pedestal spool keeper with nine original pin style spool keepers, turned round pin cushion top and drawer with small brass pull, 4"x 5"x 7 1/4"

    Sold For 60.00

    78. Red painted salt box ca. 1870; dovetailed wall box in red milk paint on poplar with single spice drawer, slant front lid with interior having two compartments and drawer with four small compartments for kitchen spices and the base having a chamfered extended edge, 11"x 8"x 10 1/2"

    Sold For 130.00

    79. 2 clear glass fluid lamps ca. 19th & 20th century; small hexagon based flint glass fluid lamp in thumbprint design with pewter collar, 3"d, 6"h; lead crystal hexagon based fluid lamp in thumbprint design with a nickel plated collar, 4"d, 9 1/2"h

    Sold For 25.00

    80. 2 table top sewing stands ca. 1900; grain painted poplar wood one drawer base with turned knob pull and four small ball feet, turned center spool stand with six wire spool keeper and a round needle cushion top, 4 1/4"x 5"x 7"; a similar example painted white, 4 1/4"x 5"x 7"

    Sold For 95.00

    81. Child's paint decorated arm rocker ca. 1880; Boston style child's rocker of PA white pine with red milk paint and paper stencil with gold painted grapes, pineapple and leaves design on a broad back top, seat front and back with simple stencil design similar to Soap Hollow Community or Jacob Knagy Shop, 16"x 20"x 25 1/2"

    Sold For 25.00

    82. Mustard painted peg rail ca. 1800-1830; softwood side beaded rail with six taper turned pegs with original mustard paint, 29 1/2"x 2 1/2"x 4"

    Sold For 240.00

    83. 2 wooden primitives ca. 1870-1900; turned cylinder shaped walnut mortar with minor ornamental exterior bands and pestle with square bottom and flat top grasp; small unpainted softwood peg rail with side beaded rail and four small hand turned pegs, 17 1/2"x 2"x 3"

    Sold For 65.00

    84. 3 handled market baskets ca. 1840-1930; early hickory splint sack bottom basket with carved and steam bent fixed handle and an oval double rail rim, 16"x 13"x 14"; ash splint rectangular market basket with steam bent arch handle and flat bottom, 17"x 11 3/4"x 16"; early 20th century oval market basket with red painted bands, flat bottom and steam bent arch handle, 14 1/2"x 11 3/4"x 16"

    Sold For 95.00

    85. Wrought iron flesh fork signed R.A. Frushour ca. early-mid 19th century; two-tine fork with rattail hanger hook, 16" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 30.00

    86. Painted tin shield form sign from Odd Fellows Lodge ca. 1900-1920; patriotic form shield sign with U.S. flag stars and stripe pattern with "Liberty Lodge/ No 10/ I-O-O-F/ Baltimore, Maryland" painted in black, 27 1/2"x 20 1/4"

    Sold For 425.00

    87. Two-tier coiled rye straw bee skep ca. 19th century; early form two-tier bee skep made with coiled rye straw and oak splint banding: the lower skep having round steam bent oak rail banded to lowest coil; top of lower skep is flat and has a carved plug with hole to access upper small dome top skep, 15"d, 11 1/2"h lower, 10 1/4"d, 7 3/4"h upper Additional Photo: One; Two

    Sold For 600.00

    88. Flat top coiled rye straw bee skep ca. 18th-19th century; round shaped skep with flat top, round hole and double weave lower coil with coils banded with oak splints, 13 1/2"d, 11"h

    Sold For 230.00

    89. Silver painted coiled rye straw bee skep ca. early-mid 19th century; domed coil rye straw skep with oak splint rail base, plugged hole in the top of the dome and gray/silver paint over coils and rails, 15"d, 9 1/2"h

    Sold For 350.00

    90. PA slipware pie dish ca. 1880; PA drape molded slipware pie dish with wavy manganese slip lines on a cream slip bar motif repeated three times, all on a tan brown lead glaze ground and a faintly coggled rim, 8 1/4"d

    Sold For 325.00

    91. Small PA redware jug with manganese brushing ca. 1870; small PA redware globular jug with manganese brushings on a reddish-brown lead glaze ground, flared lip with rolled rim, strap handle, incised waist ring and tooled rounded foot, 4 1/2"d, 5 1/2"h

    Sold For 425.00

    92. PA slipware plate ca. 1865; PA drape molded slipware plate with cream colored slip applied with a three-quill slip cup, central wavy line motif with surrounding corn plants and conjoined "S's" all on a reddish-brown lead glaze ground with a coggled rim, 10 1/2"d

    Sold For 260.00

    93. PA slipware pie dish ca. late 19th century; PA drape molded slipware pie dish with five graduated wavy line cream color slip designs on a reddish-brown lead glaze, inscribed in pencil on reverse "Bought at the sale of Mrs. Sam W Smith June 1991/ It was in the family since it was made c 1900/ L. Breininger Robesonia" attributed to Berks Co., PA, 8"d Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 350.00

    94. PA redware bank ca. late 19th - early 20th century; PA redware acorn shaped bank with vertical coin slot, some manganese sponging on a reddish-brown lead glaze with a rounded knob finial and tooled flared foot, 3 1/2"d, 4 1/2"h

    Sold For 210.00

    95. 2 PA slipware pie dishes ca. 1870 & late 19th century; dish with three cream colored slip motifs applied with a two-quill slip cup (a pair of central elongated "S's" bracketed by a pair of "I's" - attributed to Willoughby Smith, Womelsdorf, PA) on a reddish-brown lead glaze ground, 7 1/4"d, 1 1/2" deep; dish with five graduated wavy line cream color slip designs on a reddish-brown lead glaze attributed to Berks Co, PA, 8"d, 1 1/2" deep

    Sold For 200.00

    96. PA slipware dish ca. 1860; PA drape molded slipware dish with coggled rim and three cream colored slip motifs applied with a three-quill slip cup (in center wavy cross-over design bracketed by a pair of three dot motifs and a conjoined "S" motif) all on a reddish-brown lead glaze ground, 10"d

    Sold For 100.00

    97. 2 PA slipware pie dishes ca. 1880; two cream colored slip motifs applied with a three-quill slip cup (pair of short wavy line motifs) on a reddish-brown lead glaze ground with a coggled rim, attributed to Berks Co., PA, 7 1/2"d, 1"deep; cream colored slip motif of perpendicular wavy lines applied with a two-quill slip cup all on a yellowish-brown lead glaze ground, attributed to Willoughby Smith, Womelsdorf, PA, 8"d, 1 1/2" deep

    Sold For 75.00

    98. Restored slipware plate ca. 1860; PA drape molded slipware plate with coggled rim and cream colored slip applied with a three-quill slip cup wavy cross over central motif bracketed by a pair of lines with wavy flag/banner like devices on both ends, 9"d, 1 1/2" deep

    Sold For 140.00

    99. Medinger redware pitcher ca. 1920; spread eagle redware pitcher in baluster form with applied ribbed handle, rouletted raised bead ring on neck and just below rim, tooled rounded foot, impressed spread eagle with olive branches and banner design, manganese sponging on a yellowish-brown lead glaze ground with olive-brown toning, attributed to Jacob Medinger, Neiffer, Montgomery Co., PA, 5 3/4"d, 8"h Additional Photo: One; Two

    Sold For 725.00

    100. Ovoid redware jug ca. 1840; somewhat squat ovoid redware jug with a rounded canted rim, incised collar ring, applied ribbed handle and tooled rounded foot and yellowish-brown lead glaze with manganese applied to upper portion, 8"d, 9 1/2"h

    Sold For 150.00

    101. Medinger redware pitcher ca. 1920; PA redware pitcher in baluster form with applied ribbed handle, rouletted raised bead ring on neck and coggled ring below rim, tooled rounded foot, manganese sponging on a yellowish-brown and olive-brown lead glaze ground, attributed to Jacob Medinger, Neiffer, Montgomery Co., PA, 6"d, 8 1/4"h

    Sold For 425.00

    102. Redware flask ca. 1855; redware flask in flattened bulbous bottle form with a rolled collared rim, tooled rounded foot and brown lead glaze, 6 3/4"x 3 1/2"x 5"

    Sold For 150.00

    103. PA redware crock ca. 1860; PA redware bulbous crock with a rounded everted rim and tooled rounded foot, pair of incised neck rings and dark brown lead glaze with slight olive tone, 6"d, 7"h

    Sold For 40.00

    104. PA redware pitcher ca. 1885; PA redware bulbous pitcher with manganese splashes on a dark brown lead glaze with an applied ribbed handle and tooled rounded foot, 6 1/2"d, 8"h

    Sold For 150.00

    105. PA bulbous redware jug ca. 1885; PA redware bulbous jug with a tooled rounded collared rim, applied strap handle, tooled rounded foot and dark brown lead glaze, 5 1/2"d, 7"h

    Sold For 100.00

    106. Schofield redware pouring pot ca. 1930; Henry Schofield redware slightly bulbous pouring pot having a rounded rim with incised ring, tooled rounded foot with incised ring, dark brown lead glaze with slight olive tone and typical Schofield manganese glazed foot ring, 6"d, 6 3/4"h

    Sold For 160.00

    107. PA redware bulbous jug ca. 1865; PA redware bulbous jug with a tooled rounded collared rim, applied strap handle, tooled rounded foot and reddish-brown lead glaze, 5"d, 6"h

    Sold For 270.00

    108. PA squat bulbous redware pitcher ca. 1885; PA redware squat bulbous pitcher with a rounded rim with incised ring, applied ribbed handle, tooled rounded foot and dark brown lead glaze, 6"d, 6 1/4"h

    Sold For 95.00

    109. PA redware creamer ca. 1885; slightly bulbous creamer with a rounded rim, applied rolled handle, tooled rounded foot and glossy black manganese glaze, 4"d, 4 3/4"h

    Sold For 75.00

    110. 3 Kings Rose plates ca. 1835; English Staffordshire pearlware plates with brick red King's Rose designs: pair with solid diapered borders, 7 1/2" & 7 1/4"d; plate with vine and rose border, 8 1/4"d

    Sold For 75.00

    111. 2 Chinese porcelain Canton plates & Japanese Imari bowl ca. late 19th century-1900; two Chinese porcelain Canton plates with falling rain borders: plate, 8 1/2"d; deep dish, 8 3/4"d, 1 1/2"h; Japanese porcelain Imari bowl with scalloped rim, three panels with simple polychromal vegetative motifs in blue, green, peach and red, 8 1/2"d, 3 1/4"h Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 30.00

    112. 3 Imari scalloped rim bowls ca. late 19th-early 20th century; Japanese porcelain Imari scalloped rim bowls with polychromal decorations in blue, green, peach and red: dragons and clouds center, two sections with potted planted-budded stems and two sections with flowering plants, both sections separated by cartouche medallions - interior and exterior, 8 1/2"d, 3 3/4"h; large and smaller bowls with potted plant centers, three sections with a bird in flowering foliage separated by cartouche shaped medallions, 10"d, 3 3/4"h & 7 3/4"d, 3 1/4"h

    Sold For 45.00

    113. Blue transfer Staffordshire covered sugar ca. 1835; English Staffordshire earthenware covered sugar with blue transfer of a woman and child next to a cottage feeding chickens, oblong London boat shape, 4 3/4"h, 4 1/2"x 7 1/2" total

    Sold For 40.00

    114. 3 English Staffordshire covered toothbrush boxes ca. 1855-1865; earthenware covered toothbrush boxes: unmarked oval ironstone box with distinctive bellflower finial by Elmore & Forster, 3 1/2"h, 3"x 8"; oval box with gilt detailing of roses and foliage painted in blue, brown, greens and red and a rounded knob finial, 2 1/2"h, 3"x 8 1/2"; rectangular box with maroon and blue strips on a gray ground and open rustic vine handle, 3"h, 3 1/2"x 8"

    Sold For 45.00

    115. 2 pieces of spread eagle decorated Chinese Export porcelain ca. 1825; two pieces of American spread eagle decorated Chinese Export porcelain with down turned wings, eagle grasping a bare leaved olive branch, clouds above the eagles head contains stars and English style scroll and husk borders: small four lobed oblong tray, 1 1/2"h, 5 1/2"x 8" across; covered sugar with intertwined twig handles and a rounded lotus flower finial on leafage, 4 1/4"d, 5 3/4"h

    Sold For 110.00

    116. 4 miscellaneous Staffordshire items ca. 1820-1875; creamware taper sided bowl with black, blue, green and orangey red floral border over a copper lustre corrugated band of six rings, 6 3/4"d, 3 1/4"h; earthenware deep dish with green feather transfer infilled with red and yellows, 10 1/4"d, 1 3/4"h; small rectangular platter with brushed blue and yellowish orange flowers and foliage, base impressed "Spode", 7 1/4"x 10 1/4"; ironstone cheese plate with lavender "Amish Snowflake" stick spatter design and base impressed "SB", 7 3/4"d

    Sold For 80.00

    117. 2 Japanese Imari dishes ca. late 19th & early 20th century; scalloped rim with six panels of crudely brushed foliage in apricot, green, gray, orange and iron red, central blue medallion with some apricot and orange, 8 1/4"d; larger dish with six rim panels of fenced foliage and central wreath of blue leaves and orange peonies, 12"d

    Sold For 30.00

    118. Chinese champlevé vase ca. late 19th century; Chinese enamel on copper baluster form vase with bat handles and champlevé floral design with peafowl and butterfly, 8"d, 11 1/2"h

    Sold For 140.00

    119. 2 Salopian type cups & saucers ca. 1820; two English Staffordshire pearlware Salopian type handleless cups and saucers, sepia transfers with polychromal infill, blue, green, orange, peach and yellow: herdsman with reclining cow and orange rim edge, 3"d, 2"h; maid on knees milking a cow with yellow rim edge, 5"d, 1"h

    Sold For 170.00

    120. 4 pieces of American Pattern glass ca. 1850-1900; all uncolored: Lincoln Drape open compote on low standard, 6"d, 4 1/2"h; thumbprint covered compote with round base, flat bottom bowl and petaled rim, 8 1/2"d, 8 1/2"h; horseshoe covered compote on a high foot, 8"d, 12"h; cabbage rose cake plate on standard, 11 1/2"d, 6"h

    Sold For 25.00

    121. 6 cup plates ca. 1825-1850; five scarce American uncolored pressed glass cup plates numbers 61, 65, 78, 97 and 141 based on Ruth Webb Lee and James H Rose's classification list with a rarity factor of scarce; plus one unknown, 3"-3 1/2"d

    Sold For 30.00

    122. 30 American pressed glass items ca. 1825-1850 & late 20th century; twenty-four cup plates: numbers 20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 79, 95, 100-A, 269-A, 272, 275, 332, 334, 338, 340, 516, 564, 641 and 643; five sauce dishes, a small plate and a reproduction cup plate, 3 1/4"-6"d Additional Photo: One; Two

    Sold For 30.00

    123. Six bubble glass tumblers with copper wheel engraving ca. mid 20th century; set of six uncolored bubble glass tumblers with copper wheel engraving reminiscent of an oriental scene with a pheasant among flowering trees, 3 1/2"d, 5 1/2"h

    Sold For 25.00

    124. Blown olive green glass bottle ca. unknown; blown olive green glass bottle in flattened globular form with a heavily folded lip, thick threading on lower neck and crude deep pontil, 9 1/4"x 3"x 7" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 45.00

    125. 3 amber glass Paine's Celery compound bottles ca. 1900; three amber glass Paine's Celery Compound bottles with broad sloping collar above a beveled ring, square base with embossed 6, 12 or 56 with two panels embossed "Paine's" and "Celery Compound" and one having a 12 on base and two original paper labels, 10 1/2"h, 2 1/2"w each

    Sold For 25.00

    126. Large uncolored glass flip ca. early-mid 19th century; large flip glass with scared base, 5 1/4"d, 7 1/2"h

    Sold For 65.00

    127. 2 small mirrors ca. 1900-1950; small softwood framed mirror with a chamfer/slope frame and a modern mirror, 9 1/4"x 11 1/2"x 1"; small Chippendale reproduction framed mirror with a complex mahogany molded frame, fretwork sawn crest and apron and leaflet accents mounted to side of crest, 12 3/4"x 20 1/4"x 1"

    Sold For 50.00

    128. 2 hogscraper push-up candlesticks ca. mid 1800s; both raised disc based sticks with tubular stems, signed thumb push-ups and topped with a wash catcher that has tote; one signed Shaw's Birm, 3 3/4"d, 7"h; one unsigned, 4"d, 6 3/4"h

    Sold For 100.00

    129. 3 wrought iron peels/coal shovels ca. 18th & 19th century; oven peel with broad pie blade mounted to dog's leg round shaft and flat to hooked hanger, 5 3/4"x 21"; tulip shaped shovel rivet mounted to a spade tipped elongated shaft and eye hanger, 5 1/2"x 21 1/2"; peel with blade riveted to a simple round and flat handle with eye hanger, 5 1/4"x 26 1/2"

    Sold For 80.00

    130. 2 wrought iron dough scrapers ca. 18th-19th century; tapered socket handle scraper with right angle broad scraper blade, 3 1/2"x 3 1/2"x 4 1/2"; early primitive form scraper with tapered rod handle and right angle flared blade, 4"x 3 3/4"x 4"

    Sold For 60.00

    131. 2 wrought iron "Betty" hanging oil lamps ca. 18th-19th century; spouted formed sheet metal well with rimmed lid that has a swivel hatch door, small thumb push, well mounted by rivet to arch arm and a jamb-peg hanger and pick, 2 1/2"x 4"x 4"; three part kettle font with long spout, base and hinged lid riveted, side arched arm welded to rounded side and wrought iron hanger and pick wired to arm, 2 3/4"x 3 1/2"x 3 1/2"

    Sold For 140.00

    132. English gophering iron on stand ca. 19th century; wrought iron torpedo shaped head on rod with brass ball handle, screw threaded to a three foot arch leg original Chippendale style base, 1/2"d, 13"l iron; 7"d, 8 1/2"h base

    Sold For 65.00

    133. 2 wooden kitchen primitives  ca. 18th-19th century; walnut one piece slawboard with bead molded rails, round top grasp with hanger hole and one piece board with unusual right angle brace iron, 7 3/4"x 20 1/2"x 1 1/2"; walnut utensil tray in nail construction with shaped scour box with flared sides and an extended base board, 12"x 9"x 3"

    Sold For 55.00

    134. 2 tin tray top candle molds ca. 19th century; twelve hole tray top candle mold with two wired molded handles and no base, 7"x 5 1/2"x 9 1/4"; four hole tray top candle mold with molded handle and no base, 5"x 3 1/2"x 10 3/4"

    Sold For 75.00

    135. Early blue painted butter churn ca. 18th-19th century; early form coopered dasher style churn with tapered cylinder cask with steel bands, wooden fitted lid, dasher on shaped shaved round handle and outside of churn painted in an early wagon blue color, 12 1/2"- 9 3/4"x 21 1/2" with 43" dasher

    Sold For 325.00

    136. 4 wooden utensils ca. 19th-20th century; walnut homemade pie lifter in paddle shape with clip and ring hanger on handle, 6 3/4"x 18 1/2"x 1/2"; left handed carved maple butter paddle scoop with hook top handle, 5 1/2"x 9 1/4"x 2 1/4"; carved walnut butter scoop with unfinished surface, 6"x 9"x 1 3/4"; softwood carved grain scoop with tapered side scoop and stirrup style handle, 16 1/2"x 6 1/2"x 3"

    Sold For 30.00

    137. 2 wrought iron gridirons ca. 19th-20th century; early roasting gridiron rack with seven square grids riveted to raised foot racks, tailing rack with arch flat strap handle and a round and eye top, 8 3/4"x 8 1/4"x 2 3/4" with 11" handle; later form handled gridiron roasting rack with ten round stock grids riveted in raised foot rack with wrapped foot and smaller strap handle topped with ball and eye, 11 1/4"x 9 3/4"x 2 1/4" with 7 1/4" handle

    Sold For 45.00

    138. Wrought iron 3 footed spider pan ca. 18th-19th century; long handled round bottom pan with riveted high legs/feet, homemade pouring spout and long strap handle with round and eye top, 9"d, 8"h, 16" handle

    Sold For 40.00

    139. 4 wrought iron utensils ca. mid-late 19th century; tasting ladle with rod and rounded hand with rattail hanger, 2 3/4"d, 16 1/2"l; primitive heavy ladle with flat strap handle and flared eye hanger, 3 1/2"d, 18"l; two-prong fork on arched flat and rod handle with rattail hanger, 1 3/4"x 17 3/4"x 1 1/2"; primitive two-prong fork on flat stock handle with hooked hanger, 1 3/4"x 16 1/2"

    Sold For 60.00

    140. 2 wrought iron fry pans ca. 19th-20th century; early large form sheet metal pan with rivet mounted long chamfered edge handle with rattail hanger, 13 1/2"d pan, 36" handle; later cowboy-type fry pan with formed sheet metal pan with rivet applied and a round bottom handle with round eye hanger, 15 1/4"d pan, 17" handle

    Sold For 30.00

    141. 4 copper/brass cookware pieces ca. 19th-20th century; kettle shaped brass ladle with wired rim, copper rivet applied to a wrought iron handle and spade tip with hook hanger, 6"d, 3"l, 13 3/4" handle; early heavy copper kettle in dovetailed construction with heavy rivet applied handle,  spade end and interior tin wash, 9 1/4"d, 5"l with 10" handle; late copper fry pan with rivet applied wrought iron handle and interior tin wash, 10 1/4"d, 2"l, 7 3/4" handle; copper two ear kettle in dovetailed construction with flared rim, 10 1/2"d, 5 1/4"l

    Sold For 30.00

    142. 2 wrought iron hearthside press irons ca. 18th-early 19th century; waffle iron with raised pyramid design in rows, cast formed mold heads with long wrought iron tong handles with loop and sawtooth hook end, 8"x 4 1/2"x 1 1/2", 33" handle; hand wrought wafer iron with hand worked pyramid design form on head and hand wrought tong with chain loop and hook latch, 8 1/4"x 5 1/4"x 1/2", 24 3/4" handle

    Sold For 60.00

    143. 3 fireplace tools ca. 18th-19th century; kettle trammel with sawtooth hanger strap and adjustable round rod hook, 20"-30"; primitive kettle tripod with three square legs and ring top with spear tip rest, 9"d, 4 1/2"l; late mass-produced coal tongs with cast iron top, 2 1/2"x 3/4"x 14 3/4"

    Sold For 90.00

    144. 2 large wooden bowls ca. 19th century; turned softwood large bowl with raised rim, 15"-16"d, 4 1/2"h; turned maple butter bowl, 13"d, 4"h

    Sold For 75.00

    145. 6 wrought iron kitchen utensils ca. 18th-20th century; matched pair of ladle and skimmer ladle with deep bowls having a heavy squared stock handle with flared top and hanger hooks; early spatula with rattail hanger and handle with Damascus layering; large spatula with tapered handle having a wrapped hook hanger; two-prong fork with hooked top handle; Derr-inspired skimmer ladle with diamond shaped handle and large hanger hook, 15 1/2"- 20 3/4" overall length

    Sold For 30.00

    146. Group of 5 assorted primitives ca. 18th-20th century; early handwrought small adze with rectangular poll flat broad tail & threaded tubular handle, 2"x 3", 4" handle; powder horn with octagon raised tapered collar and wooden plug fastened with cut nails, 2 3/4"x 1/2"-2"dx 10"; later saucer based push-up chamber stick with finger ring & thumb-button push-bar, 5 1/2"d, 4"h; kitchen broad head chopper with cast iron frame and wooden handle, 5 3/4"x 1/2"x 5 1/2"; later dough scraper with solid egg-shaped handle, 2 1/2"x 2 1/2", 2 3/4" handle

    Sold For 40.00

    147. 3 gallon cobalt decorated F.A. Plaisted crock   ca. 1865; three gallon salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock, brushed cobalt design of a stem with three buds, impressed "FA Plaisted & Co" (Francis), "Gardiner ME" and "3" with a flattened rolled rim, applied pair of molded lug ear handles, beveled foot and Albany slip glaze interior, 11"d, 10 1/2"h

    Sold For 180.00

    148. Cobalt decorated stoneware butter/cake crock ca. 1860; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with a band of bright brushed cobalt flowers and foliage with daubs on pair of applied molded lug handles and connecting foliage arcing, flattened rim with thickened collar and band of six incised rings under collar, attributed to Henry Remmey, Philadelphia, PA, 11 1/2"d, 6"h

    Sold For 220.00

    149. 5 gallon cobalt decorated M&T Miller crock ca. 1870; five gallon salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with brushed cobalt design of two birds each on a stump bracketing a large flower, daubs on pair of applied molded lug handles, impressed "M&T Miller/Newport" (Michael and Theophilus Miller) and "5" with a tooled flattened and thickened rim over a raised collar ring, incised shoulder ring and Albany slip glaze interior, 13"d, 12 1/2"h Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 3,700.00

    150. 1 gallon cobalt decorated Shenfelder crock ca. 1885; one gallon salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware cream crock with partial band of brushed foliage and flowers, flattened rim slightly protruding, incised shoulder ring and impressed "DP Shenfelder/Reading, PA" and "1" with an Albany slip glaze interior, 8 1/4"d, 8"h Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 110.00

    151. 3 gallon impressed cow stoneware crock ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with impressed "3" and cobalt infilled impressed standing cow, a tooled flattened rim with thickened collar over a band of three incised rings, pair of applied molded lug ear handles and Albany slip glaze interior, attributed to Gardiner Stoneware Manufactory, Gardinier, ME, 10 1/2"d, 10 1/2"h

    Sold For 270.00

    152. 2 gallon J. Burger jug ca. 1885; two gallon salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jug with "2" in slipped cobalt with simple flourish, impressed "J. Burger/ Rochester, NY" and an Albany slip glaze interior, 9 1/4"d, 13"h

    Sold For 70.00

    153. Brady & Ryan cobalt decorated crock ca. 1890; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with a slipped cobalt floral motif, impressed "Brady & Ryan/Ellenville, NY" (Samuel Brady & John Ryan) with a flattened, thickened tooled rim, pair of applied lug ear handles, incised shoulder ring and Albany slip glaze interior, 8 1/4"d, 7 1/2"h

    Sold For 130.00

    154. 3 gallon cobalt New Brighton jug ca. 1895; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jug with stenciled cobalt motif "3/ EP Co/ New Brighton/ PA" (Enterprise Pottery Co) and an Albany slip glaze interior, 10 1/2"d, 15 1/4"h

    Sold For 130.00

    155. 3 gallon cobalt decorated ES&B crock ca. 1880; salt glazed squat ovoid stoneware crock with stenciled cobalt motif "3/ ES&B" with a flattened, rounded rim, incised collar ring, applied lug ear handles and Albany slip glaze interior, 11"d, 11 1/4"h

    Sold For 85.00

    156. 4 gallon cobalt decorated Enterprise Pottery Co crock ca. 1890; glassy salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with stenciled cobalt design "Enterprise Pottery Co Ltd/ New Brighton, PA" and "4" within a horseshoe, rolled rim, double incised neck rings, applied lug ear handles and Albany slip glaze interior, 11"d, 12"h

    Sold For 150.00

    157. 12 gallon cobalt decorated ES&B crock ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with stenciled cobalt motif "12/ ES&B/ New Brighton/PA" with a flattened, banded rim, incised collar ring, pair of applied lug ear handles and Albany slip glaze interior, 13 3/4"d, 20 1/4"h

    Sold For 500.00

    158. 6 gallon cobalt decorated ES&B crock ca. 1880; glassy salt glazed cylindrical-type stoneware jug with stenciled cobalt "6/ES&B/New Brighton/PA", wide mouth with end of handle attached and Albany slip glaze interior, 12 1/2"d, 18 1/4"h

    Sold For 260.00

    159. 5 gallon decorated ES&B stoneware churn ca. 1880; glassy salt glazed cylindrical-type stoneware butter churn with stenciled cobalt motif "5/ES&B/New Brighton/PA", flattened rim, wide banded collar with interior lid ledge, incised neck ring, pair of lug ear handles, Albany slip glaze interior and completed with vintage wooden agitator, 11"d, 15 3/4"h

    Sold For 300.00

    160. 8 gallon cobalt decorated ES&B crock ca. 1880; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with stenciled cobalt motif "8/ES&B/New Brighton/PA" with a flattened banded rim, incised collar ring, pair of applied lug ear handles and Albany slip glaze interior, 13 1/2"d, 15"h

    Sold For 300.00

    161. 20 gallon cobalt decorated ES&B crock ca. 1885; Bristol glazed slightly bulbous stoneware crock with stenciled cobalt "20/ES&B/New Brighton/PA", a flattened, thickened, rolled rim, double incised neck rings, pair of applied lug ear handles and Albany slip glaze interior, 18"d, 24 1/2"h

    Sold For 750.00

    162. Baltimore decorated stoneware jar ca. 1860; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jar with three brushed cobalt reversed floral designs on upper section, squared flattened rim with tooled neck and raised collar ring and attributed to Baltimore, MD, 6 1/2"d, 10 3/4"h

    Sold For 140.00

    163. Stoneware harvest jug ca. 1875; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware harvest jug in standard jug form with added conical drinking spout/nipple and Albany slip glaze interior, possibly Pennsylvania origin, 7 1/2"d, 9 1/2"h

    Sold For 110.00

    164. Cobalt decorated L.B. Dilliner stoneware jar ca. 1875; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jar with stenciled cobalt design, brushed vertical stripe on neck, stencil reading "L.B. Dilliner/ New Geneva/PA" (Leander B. Dilliner) with a flattened rolled rim, tooled neck with recessed and raised collar rings and Albany slip glaze interior, 8 1/4"d, 11 1/2"h

    Sold For 150.00

    165. 2 cobalt decorated stoneware jars ca. 1875; two salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jars with three brushed cobalt flowered stems, squared rims, tooled necks and incised collar rings and Albany slip glaze interiors, probably of PA origin, 7"d, 10"h each

    Sold For 130.00

    166. Staffordshire red transfer Asiatic Views platter ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware red transfer "Asiatic Views" oval platter with red ink back stamp "Asiatic Views/ F.D." and impressed "Dillon/16", 17 1/2"x 14 1/4"

    Sold For 70.00

    167. Gaudy Dutch "Dove" waste bowl ca. 1835; English Staffordshire pearlware waste bowl in Gaudy Dutch "Dove" pattern having apricot colored out stretched leaves and sectional border, 6 1/4"d, 3"h

    Sold For 150.00

    168. Pearlware cup & saucer ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware teacup and saucer with polychromal foliage and floral decoration in blue, green, iron red and yellow with an iron red rim edge, 3"d, 1 3/4"h cup; 4 3/4"d, 1"h saucer

    Sold For 35.00

    169. English Staffordshire creamware octagonal plate ca. late quarter 18th century; English Staffordshire creamware octagonal plate with molded border of small diamonds and impressed "JW", 9 1/4" across

    Sold For 60.00

    170. Historic Blue "Mendenhall Ferry" platter ca. 1830; English Staffordshire pearlware Historic Blue transfer American scene, "Mendenall Ferry" oval platter by Joseph Stubbs, 13 1/2"x 16 1/2"

    Sold For 65.00

    171. Historic Blue LaFayette at Franklin's Tomb coffee pot ca. 1830; English Staffordshire pearlware Historic Blue transfer Lafayette at Franklin's Tomb coffee pot by Clews with a dome lid and bee hive finial, 6 1/4"d, 11 1/2"h Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 230.00

    172. English pearlware blue transfer open vegetable ca. 1830; English Staffordshire pearlware open oval vegetable with blue transfer of leaves, 2 1/4"h, 9 3/4"x 12 1/2"

    Sold For 95.00

    173. 6 pearlware Queen's Rose variant cups & saucers ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware handleless cups and saucers with overglaze enamel design of central Queen's Rose and leaves variant medallion encircled by rings and a blue bud and green leaf border (saucers) fluted body and slightly scalloped rim, cups with exterior rose motif and interior bud and leaf border, 3 1/4"- 3 1/2"d, 2 1/2"h cups; 5 1/2"d, 1 1/4"h saucers

    Sold For 85.00

    174. English "Grecian Scenery" blue transfer platter ca. 1845; English Staffordshire earthenware blue transfer rectangular platter with indented rim and blue ink back stamp "Stone China/ Grecian Scenery", 13 3/4"x 17"

    Sold For 110.00

    175. "British Rivers" platter & 3 "Military Sketches" plates ca. 1850 & 1870; Scottish earthenware brown transfer rectangular platter with slightly indented rim and brown ink back stamp "British Rivers/ CP Co" (Clyde Pottery Co, Greenock, Scotland), 14"x 17 3/4"; three British ironstone sepia transfer dinner plates with sepia ink back stamp "Military Sketches/ T. Hughes" and impressed "Thomas Hughes/ Burslem", 9"d

    Sold For 35.00

    176. European bentwood bride's box ca. 1850; continental bride's box made of steam bent spruce/fir with a softwood oval lid and bottom, bright orange base paint with blue, yellow and white stitch locked bands, bright floral accent on bands and lid with an applied historic print of a European scene with church ruin outside village, 18 1/4"x 11 1/2"x 7 3/4" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 190.00

    177. Paint decorated dome lid bride's box  ca. 1800; nail constructed pine domed lid box with blue base paint and colorful flower accent to lid and front three sides, small hasp latch chest lock, wire hinges and small wire handle, attributed to France/continental Europe and inscribed with owner's name inside lid, 10"x 6"x 6 1/2"

    Sold For 450.00

    178. Vintage chalkware reclining ram ca. 1840; hollow form cast chalkware figure of a reclining ram with hobnail accented coat, painted yellow and red lower rim, grass surface and paint accent to mouth, eyes, ears and ram's horns, 4 1/4"x 1 1/2"x 3 1/2"

    Sold For 120.00

    179. Continental paint decorated bentwood box ca. early - mid 19th century; mustard paint decorated oval lift lid band box made of steam bent fir/spruce bands, glue joint with softwood lid and bottom, large floral design on box band, vine design on rim band and village scene hand painted on lid with handwritten inscription on lid, 10 1/4"x 6 1/4"x 5 1/4" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 270.00

    180. PA chalkware seated squirrel ca. mid 19th century; hollow form cast chalkware figure of a seated squirrel holding nut with erect tail, surface of base with green paint accent and colorful accent to tail and eyes, 4 3/4"x 2 3/4"x 6"

    Sold For 170.00

    181. Paint decorated domed lid trinket box ca. mid 19th century; nail constructed small domed trinket box appears to be made of quilted or quarter-sawn maple with quarter-sawn white oak bottom in blue paint with orange and white floral decoration on black ink work fronds, wire clip hinges and small wire hook and eye latch, 9"x 6"x 4"

    Sold For 325.00

    182. PA chalkware seated poodle ca. mid 19th century; hollow form cast chalkware figure of a seated poodle on a paint decorated pedestal base with head facing right, hobnail accented coat and paint accent to collar, ears, nose and eyes, 4"x 2 1/2"x 6"

    Sold For 30.00

    183. Painted & gilt decorated bellows ca. mid 19th century; wooden bellow paddles in yellow paint with floral and fruit painted decoration with some gilt work to fruit, brass spout and leather tack mounted bladder, 18 1/2"x 8"x 2 3/4"

    Sold For 170.00

    184. Paint decorated oval band box ca. 1830-1880; European douglas fir oval bentwood box painted in bright yellow with black banding and green grain dots, large urn of roses painted on lid and thin steam bent fir bands with metal staple/clip fasteners, 8 1/2"x 6 1/2"x 4 1/4"

    Sold For 170.00

    185. Framed fraktur vorschrift ca. 1790-1820; Protestant inspired religious verse framed with seven verse of poem of instruction on hand laid paper in a flat mahogany frame; the top two lines with broken illumination of various colors, interior script in black and red interspersed ink and a three color ball and vine border, 12 1/2"x 10 1/2" framed Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 300.00

    186. Framed folk art watercolor painting on paper ca. 20th century; PA German inspired folk art watercolor of colorful bird on tulip and heart flower stem on paper leaf taken from a Bible or large imprint and mounted in a pin chamfered frame, 14"x 18"x 3/4" framed

    Sold For 30.00

    187. Hand wrought dough scraper ca. mid-late 18th century; early form dough scraper with chamfer edge blade with four punch strikes on front and a round solid rod form handle, found in Augusta Co., VA (Shenandoah Valley), 3 1/2"x 2 1/2" blade, 3 1/2" handle

    Sold For 30.00

    188. 3 piece butcher utensil set ca. Jan 26, 1886 patent dated; each impressed with "F.B.S., Canton, Ohio" strike and patent date and have hook handles: brass and iron deep bowl ladle, 5 1/2"d x 2", 14 1/2" handle; perforated brass skimmer ladle, 5 3/4"d x 1 1/2", 14 1/2" handle; two prong meat fork, 15 1/2"l Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 160.00

    189. Conestoga wagon tar bucket  ca. early-mid 19th century; crafted from a hollowed log with extended ears for leather strap, hand carved lid and recessed collar of lid sitting in the raised collar of the bucket, 5"x 6 1/2"x 9 1/2"

    Sold For 40.00

    190. 3 wrought iron dough scrapers ca. 18th-early 19th century; tombstone arch blade scraper with center fastened acorn capped solid handle, 3 1/2"x 3 1/4" with 4 1/4" handle; step-tombstone shaped blade with tight angled tapered socket handle, 3 3/4"x 4" with 4" handle; tricorne hat shaped blade with rounded tapered socket handle, 4 1/2"x 3" with 4" handle

    Sold For 80.00

    191. Pair of brass and iron kitchen utensils ca. Jan 26, 1886 patent dated; each impressed "F.B.S., Canton, Ohio" with patent date and hooked iron handle: brass blade spatula with brass rivets to patented shaped, 3 1/4"x 14"; brass bowl shaped tasting ladle with patented shape, 3"x 3/4"x with 11" handle

    Sold For 110.00

    192. Charles Parker Co. post mount coffee mill ca. 1850-1870s; store model mill with 10" S-shaped crank handle, 4"d grinding and tin cone funnel with original brass shielded eagle holding arrows in talons, mounted on a board, 12"x 9"x 9 1/2" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 30.00

    193. 2 wrought iron button hole cutters ca. mid 18th-early 19th century; rare button hole hatchet with octagon full tapered poll, flared blade and pick bottom iron handle, 1 1/2"x 5"x 1/2"; octagon handled tombstone arch top button hole chisel, V-edged by a knife, 1/2"x 4 1/2"x 1/2"

    Sold For 450.00

    194. D.L. Jaques patented "stove lantern" ca. March 14, 1865 patent dated; combination box form lamp/foot warmer with a wooden case, three wire guarded windows, hinged top lid, box base with tin back and hinged mouse hole door that keeps a small Miller brass finger lamp

    Sold For 200.00

    195. 4 wrought iron dough scrapers ca. early-mid 19th century; triangular blade scraper with center mount tapered solid rod handle marked P.M.D. (cold strikes) and three pellets (hot strikes), 4 1/4"x 3" blade with 4" fastened handle; triangular blade scraper with tapered socket handle mounted on top of blade, 4 1/2"x 3 3/4" blade with 3 3/4" handle; hoe type scraper with rivet mounted to a solid bar type handle, 3"x 2 3/4" blade with 5 3/4" handle; round over blade with solid torpedo shaped handle, 3"x 3" blade with 4 1/2" handle

    Sold For 110.00

    196. 2 rare multi-blade button hole cutters ca. 1800-1850; wooden handled three blade hole cutter with 1 1/8" wide blade center mounted and two wing mounted blades, 7/8" and 5/8", wings key-hole cut out on top of opening and mounted with a walnut handle, 3 3/4"x 4"; pinwheel form hole cutter with three various size blades mounted on a 120% angle, 7 1/2"d

    Sold For 325.00

    197. Pair of brass and iron ladles ca. Jan 26, 1886 patent dated; each struck "F.B.S." with patent date and iron handles with hooked hangers: deep bowl brass ladle, 3 3/4"d x 1 3/4"x 12 1/2"; perforated brass skimmer ladle, 4 1/4"d x 1"x 2 1/4"

    Sold For 150.00

    198. Mahogany traveler's lap desk ca. late 19th-early 20th century; English attributed mahogany two-folding traveler's desk with exterior recessed corner mounts on lid and along rounded corners, small inlay plaque for owner's name on lid, handles recessed with a pointed end plate with stow-away handles, interior sloped felt covered surface with two large stowing document compartments and till with three small lidded and two open compartments, 20"x 11"x 6 1/2" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 50.00

    199. 4 button hole cutting tools ca. 18th & early 19th century; two early button hole pick with chamfer edge, violin knob top handle and a molded shaft, 2 3/4" & 2 1/2"l with 1/2"w heads; handwrought button hole chisel with loop top handle, 4 3/4"l, 3 1/4"w; chisel/punch with round eye on upper portion of blade, 2 3/4"l, 1"edge

    Sold For 700.00

     200. 5 hand wrought scrapers ca. most 19th century; heavy wrought pry bar/paint scraper with a 2 1/4" blade and 6 1/2" right angle heavy stock handle, 2 1/4"x 1 3/4"; hoe type gutter scraper with rounded edge rivet set on a 4 1/2" wooden covered rod handle, 4"x 2 1/2"; shallow blade scraper with 4 1/2" round over tapered socket handle, 3 1/2"x 1 3/4"; large bell shaped blade with 6 3/4" narrow tapered socket handle, 3 3/4"x 3 1/2"; broad blade dough scraper with 4 3/4" round over hollow tapered handle, 4 3/4"x 3 3/4"

    Sold For 50.00

    201. PA walnut casket form tea caddy ca. early-mid 19th century; fine dovetailed tea chest with French bracket style feet, poplar base, small walnut till interior with lift lid and a dovetailed high coffin style lid with ornamental brass swing handle, raised cove mold, ogee molded flat top and hinged on brass butt hinges, 12 3/4"x 7 1/2"x 7 3/4" Additional Photo: One; Two; Three; Four

    Sold For 550.00

    202. Pair of treenware rolling pin needle cases ca. 1880s-1920s; patented UK design by W.S. Avery & Co. hollow turned softwood boxes in a red stain wash with rolling pin handles and one handle molded on cap of box, 1 3/4"d, 8 1/4"l

    Sold For 55.00

    203. Grain paint decorated document box ca. 1880-1900; faux cherry paint decorated box in cut nail constructed pine with simple chamfer mold baseboard, hinged lid with simple chamfer molding, brass butt hinges, paint decoration on lid of large open crotch grain, feather grain accent and front and side of box with feather stipple decoration, 14"x 8 3/4"x 3 1/4"

    Sold For 75.00

    204. 2 pair of brass candlesticks ca. 19th century; pair of hollow cast brass candlesticks with round molded base, beehive design molded shaft, candle socket and wax catcher rim, 2"d, 4 3/4"h; pair of push-up candlesticks with cast brass octagon base with molded diamond, chalice and bell stem and high socket with large cup wax catcher, 3 3/4"x 3 3/4"x 10 1/2"

    Sold For 45.00

    205. 2 matched pair of brass candlesticks ca. 19th century; all matching in design with hollow cast and lathe finished with octagonal bases, diamond chalice, bell stem and candle sockets with cup style wax catchers, 3 1/4"x 3 1/4"x 9 3/4"

    Sold For 95.00

    206. Spun brass domed lid coal scuttle with copper wash ca. 1890-1910; arts and crafts era re-creation of a brass tapered kettle form scuttle in copper wash with large hoop swing handle on large rivet fastened mounts, rim of scuttle with band having copper rivets, scuttle resting on a cast brass ball and domed lid with cast brass knob

    Sold For 120.00

    207. 2 gallon cobalt decorated crock ca. 1875; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware jar with brushed floral cobalt motif, upper strip and lower wavy strip all above a fancy "2", flattened rolled rim, tooled canted neck, three incised mid-section rings, Albany slip glaze interior and uniform tan-brown exterior, 8 1/2"d, 11 1/2"h

    Sold For 170.00

    208. 2 PA interior glazed redware crocks ca. 1880-1890; both with interior reddish-brown lead glaze and manganese speckling: one slightly bulbous with flattened rim, incised shoulder ring and slightly tooled rounded foot, 5 3/4"d, 6"h; one jigged taper-sided crock with coggled rim, 5"d, 4 1/4"h

    Sold For 55.00

    209. Stoneware Demuth's Snuff jar ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jar with stenciled cobalt design "DeMuth's/Celebrated/ Snuff/ Established/ 1770/ Lancaster, PA", impressed "FH Cowden/ Harrisburg", flattened everted rim, incised collar and neck rings, interior lid ledge and Albany slip glaze interior, 7 1/2"d, 9"h

    Sold For 300.00

    210. Small R.H. Jones, Reading, PA liquor jug ca. 1900; Bristol glazed small cylindrical stoneware liquor jug, cobalt filled impressed "RH Jones/805 Penn St/ Reading, PA" with a wide banded rim conical neck, 4 3/4"d, 7 1/4"h

    Sold For 190.00

    211. Cobalt decorated stoneware snuff jar ca. 1875; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware snuff jar with cobalt stenciled motif "Fine/MacCoboy" with flourishes, rounded shoulder, slightly flattened short rolled rim, interior lid ledge and Albany slip glaze interior, 8 1/2"d, 12 1/2"h

    Sold For 130.00

    212. 3 gallon stoneware jug ca. 1900; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jug, cobalt stenciled "3" on neck, conical neck with incised collar ring, tall banded rim, strap handle attached to rim and shoulder and Albany slip glaze interior, 10 1/2"d, 15 1/4"h

    Sold For 55.00

    213. 5 gallon stoneware jug ca. 1900; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jug with applied cobalt slip "5" with a flourish, thickened banded rim, strap handle attached to rim and shoulder and Albany slip glaze interior, 11 1/2"d, 18"h

    Sold For 75.00

    214. PA redware jar ca. 1880; PA redware cylindrical jar in reddish brown lead glaze with zones of olive and a flattened everted rim with interior lid ledge, 5"d, 8 1/2"h

    Sold For 120.00

    215. 3 single handled redware crocks ca. 1880; PA single handled redware slightly bulbous crocks with interior lead glazes: one wide banded rim with two incised neck rings, tooled foot and dark brown interior glaze, 6"d, 6"h; one slightly flared tooled rim with incised neck ring and reddish-brown interior glaze, 4 1/2"d, 4"h; one rounded wide band tooled rim with reddish interior glaze and pencil inscription on base, 5"d, 3 3/4"h Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 80.00

    216. 5 PA redware items  ca. 1880 two lead glazed Turks head molds in 15 ribbed form with manganese sponged rims and open central cones: one with brown glazing and incised "10" on base, 8 1/4"d, 3"h; one in reddish-brown glazing and impressed "6" on base, 8 3/4"d, 3 1/2"h; three turned pie dishes with reddish-brown glazing, 7 1/2"d, 1 3/4"h

    Sold For 95.00

    217. 3 gallon cobalt decorated Frank B Norton jug ca. 1870; three gallon salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jug with cobalt slip flowers and foliage motif impressed "3/ Frank B Norton/ Worcester Mass" with a squared banded rim and Albany slip glaze interior, 10"d, 15"h

    Sold For 190.00

    218. 2 gallon cobalt decorated Evan Jones crock ca. 1870; two gallon salt glazed semi-ovoid stoneware cream crock with brushed cobalt spitting tulip motif, impressed "Evan R Jones/ Pittston PA/3", a flattened, tooled canted rim, pair of applied lug ear handles and an Albany slip glaze interior, 10"d, 9 1/2"h

    Sold For 160.00

    219. Cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1875; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jar with four brushed cobalt double feathered foliage motifs, flattened rim, tooled neck, collar and foot, incised shoulder ring and Albany slip glaze interior attributed to Remmy Pottery, Phila., PA, 7 1/2"d, 10 3/4"h

    Sold For 120.00

    220. Alkaline glazed stoneware jar ca. 1870; semi-ovoid stoneware jar with banded collar, everted neck and interior lid ledge, uneven brownish speckled and blistered glaze with some olive toning of southeastern U.S. origin, 6 1/2"d, 10 1/4"h

    Sold For 65.00

    221. Louis K Tomlinson redware crock ca. 1875; small PA redware semi-ovoid crock impressed "LKT" (Louis K Tomlinson, Dryville Church, Berks Co, PA) with interior brown lead glaze and rolled misshapen rim, 5"h, 4 1/2"x 6"

    Sold For 90.00

    222. 4 gallon cobalt decorated jug ca. 1865; four gallon salt glazed ovoid jug in bright brushed cobalt floral design and "4" with daubs at handle terminals, tooled fancy ringed collar, pair of open loop vertical handles and Albany slip glaze interior, of southwestern PA origin, 11 1/2"d, 18"h

    Sold For 180.00

    223. 4 gallon TF Reppert cobalt decorated crock ca. 1885; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with stenciled and brushed cobalt designs of "TF Reppert/ Greensboro, PA", four pale horizontal lines and a "4" with a flattened rolled rim, tooled neck with incised and raised rings, pair of applied lug ear handles with brushed daubs on handle terminals and Albany slip glaze interior, 10"d, 14 3/4"h

    Sold For 120.00

    224. 3 gallon J Fisher cobalt decorated jug ca. 1880; salt glazed slightly bulbous jug with slipped cobalt design of a tulip-like flower and a "3", impressed "J. Fisher & Co/ Lyons" (Jacob Fisher) with a flattened rim with collar and Albany slip glaze interior, 10 1/2"d, 16 1/4"h

    Sold For 230.00

    225. 4 gallon cobalt decorated crock ca. 1870; salt glazed slightly bulbous crock with brushed five flower design and a "4", daubs on handle terminals, flattened rolled rim, tooled collar ring, two faintly incised shoulder rings, pair of applied lug ear handles and Albany slip glaze interior of southwestern PA origin, 10 1/2"d, 14"h

    Sold For 130.00

    226. 7 flow blue "Chapoo" plates  ca. 1850; British Staffordshire "Chapoo" flow blue twelve-sided ironstone plates with blue ink back stamp "Ironstone/ Chapoo/ J. Wedgwood" (Josiah Wedgwood): five luncheon plates, 8 1/2" and two dinner plates, 9 1/4"

    Sold For 130.00

    227. Flow blue "Singa" cup and brushed plate ca. 1865 & 1850; two British Staffordshire flow blue ironstone items: 14 edged brushed floral motif dinner plate, 9 1/4"; two handled "Singa" cylindrical cup with blue ink back stamp "Singa/ CE&M" (Cork, Edge & Malkin), 4 1/4"d, 3 3/4"h

    Sold For 85.00

    228. 8 sepia transfer ironstone serving pieces ca. 1850; six British Staffordshire sepia transfer ironstone "Cyprus" serving pieces with sepia back stamp "Ironstone/ Cyprus/ Davenport"; plus two unknown  patterns: twelve-sided covered butter dish with scalloped finial and perforated liner; two eight sided rectangular platters impressed "Davenport/48"; covered footed eight sided sauce tureen also impressed "Davenport" with pointed conical finial and pair of shell form handles, 7 1/2"x 6 1/4"; covered footed eight-sided vegetable impressed "Davenport" with point conical mushroom finial, 7 1/2"h, 9 1/2"x 10 3/4"; covered eight sided sugar bowl impressed "Davenport" with pointed conical finial and pair of shell form handles, 7 3/4"x 5"; footed covered six sided teapot in unidentified pattern with vein worked handle and spout and open blossom finial, 9 1/2"x 5 1/2"; twelve sided waste bowl in unidentified pattern, 3 1/2"h, 5 3/4"across

    Sold For 375.00

    229. Grouping of sepia transfer "Cyprus" ironstone by Davenport ca. 1850; sepia transfer ironstone with sepia ink back stamp "Ironstone/ Cyprus/ Davenport" and impressed "anchor & Davenport", each with twelve sides: seven dinner plates; two deep dishes; seven smaller dinner plates; five luncheon plates; eight cheese plates; two sauce dishes; one smaller sauce dish; six handleless cups and three saucers; unidentified handleless cup

    Sold For 240.00

    230. Grouping of sepia transfer "Tavoy" ironstone plates ca. 1850; grouping of twelve-sided sepia transfer ironstone plates with sepia ink back stamp "T Walker/ Tavoy" or "T Walker/ Washington" and impressed "Thos Walker": one dinner plate, 10 1/4"; seven dinner plates with only one having an impressed mark, 9 3/4"- 9 1/2"; two dinner plates with above design, however the back stamp identifies it as "Washington", only one plate is impressed, 9 3/4"; seven luncheon plates with back stamps and impressions, 8 1/2"- 8 3/4"

    Sold For 190.00

    231. 8 Belgium earthenware rooster plates ca. 1930; in brown, green and red brushed rooster design and green ink back stamp "Boch Fr LaLouviere", 8 1/4"d

    Sold For 50.00

    232. English Majolica egg cup stand & 4 egg cups   ca. 1875; English earthenware Majolica egg cup stand and four egg cups in blue, brown, green, pink and yellow: oval handled basket form six socket egg cup stand on four feet, 6 1/4"h, 6 1/2"x 8 1/2" across; four egg cups on round pedestal feet, 1 3/4"d, 1 3/4"h

    Sold For 30.00

    233. Wedgwood Argenta Majolica earthenware covered teapot ca. 1877; Wedgwood Argenta majolica earthenware low oval form covered teapot with raised foliage and floral decorations with pastel colors, yellow sheaf of grain lid finial, impressed "Wedgwood" and code for year of 1877 on base with an upper arched handle and fluted body, 7 1/4"h, 4 1/2"x 7"

    Sold For 25.00

    234. 4 miscellaneous English Staffordshire items ca. 1835-1855; oval white ironstone platter with base impressed "T&R Boote & Co/ Sydenham Shape" with diamond registration, 13"x 17 3/4"; ironstone luncheon plate with central stylized Adams Rose motif and red stick spatter bow knot border within blue rings, 8 1/2"d; vertical blue and red rainbow spatter handleless cup, 3 3/4"d, 2 1/2"h; early Adams Rose toddy plate with indented rim and base impressed "Adams", 5"d

    Sold For 130.00

    235. Group of "Old Hall Earthenware Co" Japanese type pattern earthenware ca. 1875; English Staffordshire earthenware with a Japanese type pattern of red transfer infilled with black, orange and red with gilt details and many pieces impressed with "Old Hall Earthenware" marks: nest of four oval platters; oval covered footed vegetable with open handles; oval covered footed sauce dish; seventeen dinner plates; twelve deep dishes; eighteen smaller dinner plates; five luncheon plates Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 575.00

    236. Shaker Sabbathday Lake four finger sewing carrier ca. late 19th century - early 20th century; oval Shaker Sabbathday Lake, Maine sewing carrier in four finger construction with 16 copper tacks, bentwood maple and pine with brown stained varnish finish, swing handle with copper rivets, original pink satin interior and four ribbons accompanied by four embroidered handkerchiefs, 3"x 5 1/2"x 8 1/2"

    Sold For 150.00

    237. Tramp art pyramid shape trinket box ca. 1890; unusual four pyramid side box with pyramid design lid made from crate material and painted red with each stacked layer of sides and lid are angle groove carved, 13"x 13"x 8 1/2"

    Sold For 35.00

    238. Antique primitive rocking horse ca. 1900; white painted carved horse with padded wooden saddle on four turned legs and mounted on a red painted cheese cutter rocker base; body and head of horse hand-carved with an open mouth and painted eyes, hair accent on mane and tail and seat covered with original red cotton fabric, 48"x 9"x 24"

    Sold For 575.00

    239. E&HT Anthony Climax portrait studio camera ca. 1887-1905; unusually long bed portrait studio camera with single bellows, large mahogany stationary front and rear, adjustable side carriage and pitch adjusting knobs and rear carriage mount on a mahogany rail frame, 28 1/2"x 14"x 20 1/2"

    Sold For 45.00

    240. Victorian softwood 8 drawer hanging spice box ca. 1890-1900; eight drawer wall spice box with a molded arch top hanger board, simple nail constructed drawer and drawer fronts with lathe or drill press molded indent having a small wooden knob drawer pulls with light brown stain, 11"x 5 1/4"x 16 3/4"

    Sold For 95.00

    241. 2 small hickory/oak splint egg baskets ca. 1850; unusually small child's egg basket with melon shaped bottom, fixed low handle and appears to be made of splint hickory with dark patina from age, 4"d, 3 1/2"h; melon shaped child's egg basket with large loop handle having dark patina from age, 6"d, 5 1/4"h

    Sold For 450.00

    242. Late brass kerosene box style lantern ca. 1980-later; brass and glass box style lantern with slide out brass font having a British made burner, hinged dome lid with copper hinges, vented brass bottom with unknown British maker strike and lenses protected by two bars, 7"x 7"x 15 1/2"

    Sold For 65.00

    243. Rare groomer's horse tail singeing lamp/comb ca. mid 19th century; English made tool with molded copper shell design head on a brass collar with "G. Deakin, England" marked on thumbscrew valve with valve and combhead affixed to brass stick shaped font with hanger, 4 3/4"x 3 1/2" head on 1"d, 9"h handle

    Sold For 100.00

    244. Child's one door milk cupboard ca. 1850; miniature one door milk cupboard in pine nailed construction finished in brown over yellow feather design graining having a three side galley top, center arch back rail on galley back, highly decorative scroll design on base of side and front apron, door in mortise and tenon construction with butt hinges and a simple wooden turned stop, 18"x 12 1/2"x 19 3/4" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 260.00

    245. Primitive salmon painted 2 drawer cupboard  ca. mid 19th century; dovetailed pine cabinet with two beaded front drawers painted brown over original red milk paint with central star decoration where brass knobs were removed and later porcelain knobs added, 9"x 9"x 9 1/2"

    Sold For 110.00

    246. Folk art paint decorated wall shelf with peg rail ca. mid 19th century; unusual southwest influenced paint decorated three-tier wall shelf with arch and column veranda front, raised stop board top and three hand-cut peg bottom featuring colorful paint decoration of flowers, compass, wheel, vines, etc. on brownish-red paint, 42"x 10"x 20 1/2" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 280.00

    247. Henry Delicker inlaid pine trinket chest ca. 1927 date; late trinket chest with cabriole feet, cedar drawer front with stained flower insert and diamond center band with the drawer marked "Mate by Henry Delicker in Frush Valley, PA", the chest front having colored flower insert and "EN DR" with raised accent bars and side molded cup handles, the lid inlaid with two pigeons perched on stand with pointed arrow and corners having painted strawberry inserts with the insertion of lid with inset viewing mirror and the lid with small chest lock, 12"x 6 1/2"x 8" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 230.00

    248. Turned walnut mortar & pestle ca. 1840; pedestal footed mortar with bulbous vessel, decorative exterior bands and barrel shaped interior, 5 1/2"d, 8"h; turned stomper style pestle, 3 1/4"d, 9 1/2"h

    Sold For 35.00

    249. 5 various brass & iron butchering utensils ca. 19th-20th century; match pair skimmer and ladle with arch and open rattail form handles: pinwheel perforated skimmer and matched ladle with large copper rivets and finger braced bowl; matched pair ladle and perforated skimmer ladle with collar wrapper brass on spire brace hand; "poor soul" ladle with make-do repair

    Sold For 75.00

    250. Brass kettle & toleware document box ca. 1830-1900; flat bottom brass kettle with heavy wrought iron handle, sloped sides, handle mounted with large copper rivets and rim marked Bristol pattern, , 9"-13"d, 5"h; dome top toleware document box with japanned/black background and red pomegranate on front and sides of box with red floral frond in corners of yellow band on lid, 9 3/4"x 6"x 6 1/4"

    Sold For 100.00

    251. Oscar Bowser 7 drawer spice box ca. 1962; pine hanging spice box in dovetailed construction mounted to bead molded overshot backboard with center arch hanger, spear tip apron, dovetailed front and back drawers and tipped drawer fronts with small iron pulls, all in a satin varnish finish, 10 1/4"x 5 1/2"x 15"

    Sold For 80.00

    252. 3 wrought iron utensils ca. 18th-19th century; unsigned spatula with hollow punch tool decoration and hook handle, 2"x 16"; two-prong flesh fork with spear shaped handle, round eye hanger and cross hatch tool decoration, 2 1/4"x 18 1/2"; wrought iron ladle with three rivet strap braced handle and handle top with small hook, 5 1/4"d, 19 1/2"h

    Sold For 40.00

    253. Child's pine stepback hutch cupboard ca. 1900; miniature stepback hutch with tombstone arch top glass door on top, two small dovetailed drawers with porcelain knobs and two lower blind doors with lipped rail pull, all in a clear varnish finish, 16"x 9"x 26 1/4"

    Sold For 90.00

    254. Conestoga wagon toolbox ca. mid 19th century; blue painted strap-brace tool box with steep slope lid, original snakes head strap and clip hinges and snakes head hasp, hardware fastened with original hand wrought nails and clip hinges mounted in wagon top rail; [ex-Sorber Collection], 14"x 6 3/4"x 13 1/4" box, 23"x 8"x 15 1/2" overall, rail extended

    Sold For 1,000.00

    255. Dudley Watch Co., Lancaster, PA Masonic pocket watch ca. 1920-1925; 19 jewel, model 2 pocket watch (serial #2638) with a clear back case that displays works with Masonic plate accented movements, silver Bible mounted to the cover of winding pinion and sunburst design dial with gold Arabic numerals, 1 1/2"d Additional Photo: One; Two; Three

    Sold For 2,300.00

    256. Blocks on point quilt with yellow border ca. 1900; pieced blocks on point with yellow print border, front edge turned to back, back made of striped brown fabrics and quilting follows pattern, 80"x 78"

    Sold For 110.00

    257. Pieced 49 block quilt ca. early 20th century; 49 block pieced cotton quilt with green printed border and green and pink printed blocks separated by blue and green borders, backed with grey, white and blue checked cotton, diagonal striped quilting and back turned to front, 88"x 82"

    Sold For 120.00

    258. 64 block red, green & yellow pieced quilt ca. late 19th century; nine block pattern of red, green and yellow cotton blocks surrounded by red borders, red and white cotton back, front edge turned to back and brown cotton quilting following pattern, 80"x 72"

    Sold For 190.00

    259. 20 block appliqued quilt ca. late 19th century; red and green appliqued blocks with red center and green leaf and oval borders on white ground, green edging, white back and quilting in red, green and white following the design, 84"x 66"

    Sold For 270.00

    260. 9 block on point pieced quilt  ca. late 19th century; nine block pattern on point alternating with green print plain blocks, surrounded by a pink and green printed border, backed with peach cotton turned to front and block and floral pattern quilting in white cotton thread, 94"x 82"

    Sold For 160.00

    261. Jacquard pattern coverlet by Joseph H Cassel ca. 1846; jacquard pattern coverlet woven by Joseph H. Cassel, Skippeck Township, Montgomery Co., PA in 1846 in wool and cotton with bird and tree borders and star and floral central pattern, self and applied fringes and center seam, 86"x 80" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 400.00

    262. Jacquard pattern coverlet by Samuel Gilbert for H&M Doudel ca. 1847; red, blue and green wool and white cotton coverlet with rose and leaf borders, floral and leaf central patterns, applied fringe on bottom, self fringe on sides, rolled top hem and a center seam, 94"x 78" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 300.00

    263. Hannah Bennion sampler ca. mid 19th century; linen sampler with fine linen and varied color cotton yarn thread stitching with green floral vine border, seven lines of various alphabet stitches and one line of numbers 1 thru 20 with inscription "Hannah Bennion Age 9, Be you to others kind and true as you have others be to you..." with vignettes in cotton of birds, flowers, butterfly, trees, etc., 16 1/2"x 20 1/2" framed

    Sold For 130.00

    264. 2 pieces of check pattern fabrics ca. late 19th - 20th century; tan linen with red and blue cross-check pattern later sewn pillowcase/bag, 25 1/2"x 33 1/2"; white cotton blue and red check fabric towel, 54"x 30"

    Sold For 30.00

    265. Eliza B Leonard sampler ca. 1882; white cotton sampler with eight lines of letters, numbers and verse "Jesus permit the gracious name to stand. As the first effort of his infant hand. And while her fingers o'er this canvas move. Engage her tender heart to see thy love" in blue and tan thread, 16 1/2"x 18" framed Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 110.00

    266.Vintage hooked rug ca. 1900-1920; floral and heart design hooked rectangular rug with black and white border, gray, purple, pink and green design interior with a block of flowers in a diamond and hearts in corner of center block, all on a burlap back, 40 1/2"x 22"

    Sold For 220.00

    267. Framed oil on board landscape of Rochester, NY area ca. 1930-1950s; Impressionistic styling with pastel coloring of pastures and rolling fields, a farmhouse and several red painted farm buildings, a blue-gray horizon with mountains of upper New York and framed in a modern gold leaf frame, 31 3/4"x 23 3/4" framed

    Sold For 375.00

    268. J.F. Herring Jr. attributed farm life scene painting ca. pre-1907; attributed to the style of John Frederick Herring (Jr) by style of painting: this large farmyard scene with two large work horses with harnesses standing outside the door of a brick blacksmith's shop featuring a tray with contents at the door, chickens pecking at the ground and various posters beside the door and signed in corner "JF Herring", framed in a gilt work frame, 47"x 34 1/2" framed, 36"x 24" painting Additional Photo: One; Two

    Sold For 110.00

    269. C. H. Shearer oil painting ca. 1911; oil on artist board painting of a pair of hanging quail in a walnut frame, label mark "Christopher/Shearer/1911" on reverse

    Sold For 750.00

    270. Wilkes College Mirror ca. mid 19th century; Sheraton style paint decorated tabernacle mirror with a reverse painted panel of Wilkes College, Wilkes Barre, PA; 11" x 19 1/2"

    Sold For 180.00

    271. Large theorem painting ca. early - mid 20th century; large theorem painting on velvet of a bowl of fruit with a bird; 36"x24"

    Sold For 55.00

    272. Oil on canvas ca. 1888; fishing boats on water in a gold frame, signed indistinctly and dated 1888 in lower right, 26"x 17 1/2" sight; 36"x 27 1/2" overall Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 210.00

    273. Harry M. Book, Millersville, PA oil on canvas ca. 1937; titled "Springtime at Mill Stream Lodge" in the original gold frame, signed and dated in lower right, 33 3/4"x 27 1/2" sight; 39 3/4"x 33 3/4" overall

    Sold For 325.00

    274. Amronlite desk lamp ca. 1920; adjustable green shade over a brass pedestal on a square base, 17 1/2"x 10"x 10" Additional Photo: One; Two

    Sold For 65.00

    275. Cast iron stove ca. 1840; cast iron stove marked "Gettysburg" possibly by George Arnold, 37 1/2"x 14"x 36"

    Sold For 120.00

    276. One door cupboard ca. 1800; paint decorated built-in cupboard with picture frame molding surrounding front, door with four raised panels and H hinges in ochre paint opening to a shelved interior, 39"x 14 1/2"x 54 1/2"

    Sold For 230.00

    277. One door cupboard ca. 1800; built-in picture frame molded cupboard surrounding one door with a raised center panel and shelved interior, in an old blue paint, 34"x 15"x 41 1/2"

    Sold For 220.00

    278. One drawer stand ca. 1830; poplar with a shaped top over one drawer with glass pull on turned legs, 21 1/4"x 20 3/4"x 29 1/2"

    Sold For 90.00

    279. Shopkeeper's desk ca. 1820; large walnut desk with slant top, central area lifting to expose compartment with two drawers above a left side and right side drawer with pressed brass pulls, all resting on turned legs with front to back stretchers, 60"x 30 1/2"x 48"

    Sold For 55.00

    280. Martin Shreiner, Lancaster tall clock ca. 1810; in a cherry and crotched cherry case with broken arch top, fluted rosettes and center finial over a painted iron dial flanked by four turned posts, trunk with chamfered sides and crotched cherry door over the base with recessed crotched panels; having an eight day, time and bell strike weight driven movement with calendar and sweep seconds hands on center shaft, 20 1/2"x 10 1/2"x 88 1/2" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 725.00

    281. Lancaster County blanket chest ca. mid 19th century; pine dovetailed chest with red sponge on yellow paint decoration, a molded lid attached with butt hinges, and resting on green painted turned feet; 49" x 22 3/4" x 23 1/2"

    Sold For 300.00

    282. Bow front chest of drawers ca. 1820; in mahogany with a reeded top with nice overhang over four drawers with brass bale pulls and inlaid brass escutcheons and crotch mahogany veneered drawer fronts, 36 1/2"x 25"x 43 1/2"

    Sold For 140.00

    283. Blind door corner cupboard ca. 1790; in pine with a molded cornice over two blind doors with four raised panels opening to a nicely shaped three shelf interior over the base with two doors each with a raised panel, 44"x 30 1/2"x 91" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 170.00

    284. Bow back Windsor arm chair ca. 1810; bow back over eleven spindles and knuckle arms supported by bamboo turned legs with H stretcher, 23"x 16"x 36"

    Sold For 45.00

    285. Candlestand ca. 1820; tiger maple square top over a maple urn shaped pedestal resting on three spider legs, 18"x 18"x 27 1/2"

    Sold For 150.00

    286. Secretary bookcase ca. 1850; two piece mahogany secretary with geometric molding and trim; the top with a fall front opening to a writing surface, six drawers and six pigeon holes with center lock compartment; matching based with two doors opening to a shelved compartment, molded raised panels on front and molded recessed panels on sides, 51"x 21 1/2"x 49 1/2" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 30.00

    287. Pewter cupboard ca. 1800; two part cupboard with a molded top over three shelves resting on a base with five drawers with brass pulls over three fluted doors opening to a shelved interior all on a straight bracket base, 61 3/4"x 17 1/2"x 85 1/4"

    Sold For 325.00

    288. Chest of drawers ca. 1810; bow front chest in walnut with form molded drawers, original bale pulls, cross banded inlay surrounding the base resting on French feet with shaped skirting on three sides, 40"x 21 1/4"x 38 1/2"

    Sold For 270.00

    289. Tea table ca. 20th century; custom made tilt top tea table with a single board scalloped top with bird cage support above a turned and ornately carved pedestal and legs ending in ball and claw feet; brass plaque under table top reads "Israel Sopinsky Cabinet Maker Philadelphia, PA", 32"d, 47"h Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 150.00

    290. Chest of drawers ca. 1837; softwood chest with a top having an overhang on sides and front, over four dovetailed drawers with original brasses resting on straight bracket feet and signed and dated on reverse, 40 1/2"x 20 3/4"x 37 1/4"

    Sold For 75.00

    291. Milk cupboard ca. 1780; walnut cupboard with a cove molded top over a single door with raised panel and rattail hinges, opening to a shelved interior and resting on straight bracket feet, 41 3/4"x 23"x 50 3/4" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 375.00

    292. Paint decorated chest of drawers ca. 1860; floral and geometric painted chest including top over four drawers with wooden pulls and sides with decorated recessed panels, all resting on boldly turned feet, 42 1/2"x 20"x 45"

    Sold For 200.00

    293. 2 pieces of tinware ca. 1870-1910; red toleware hinged lock-lid tea/spice box with two compartment interior and small key operated lock system paint decorated with floral accent on front and stenciled border to rim of lid, 4"x 3 1/4"x 5 1/2"; blue painted wash boiler with tin molded lid and clip mounted tin handles, 6 1/4"x 3 1/4"x 5"

    Sold For 95.00

    294. 2 painted round pantry boxes ca. 1870-1900; dark green painted pantry box with bent hickory side and softwood bottom and lid, 6 1/2"d, 3"h; yellow painted round pantry box with hickory steam bent band, softwood bottom and lid, columbine flower paint decoration on lid and interior with columbine flower wallpaper, 5 1/2"d, 2 1/4"h

    Sold For 120.00

    295. Doll & velvet pin cushion ca. 1870-1910; early composition head doll with blonde hair, blue painted eyes, cloth body and original printed cloth dress, wool petticoat and cotton underclothes; yellow velvet peach pin cushion with red blush paint accent

    Sold For 180.00

    296. Dovetailed kitchen storage box ca. 1900; dovetailed softwood box with green over yellow paint, lid with brass butterfly surface mount hinges and white porcelain knob, 6"x 7"x 5 1/4"

    Sold For 50.00

    297. 2 primitives ca. 1870-1910; early child's tin skater's box style lantern with wire handle on vented arch top, three glass lens box with slide up front panel, mirror reflector back and small tin font with kerosene burner, 3"x 2"x 6"; one drawer pine mortised footstool with rabbeted shaped apron containing a lipped front drawer with porcelain knob and signed "Miss Ann Murphey gave this stool to George R. Brown", 15"x 8 1/4"x 10"

    Sold For 80.00

    298. Set of painted letter blocks ca. 1880-1910; set of nineteen orange and white painted blocks with black stencil letters and number, 1 1/2"x 1 1/2"x 1 1/2" each

    Sold For 35.00

    299. 2 kugel-type Christmas ornaments ca. 1850-1900; medium gold color mercury glass cluster of grapes ornament on brass cup hanger, 3 1/2"d, 5"l; large silver mercury glass ball shaped kugel with brass cup hanger, 5"d

    Sold For 130.00

    300. 2 pieces of wooden kitchenware ca. 1830-1900; hand carved flat bottom bowl with pointed side grasp, 8 1/2"x 9"- 12 1/4"x 16"x 3 1/2"; turned maple/birch chalice-type mortar with raised pedestal base and turned maple masher, 4 3/4"d, 7"h mortar with 8 3/4" pestle

    Sold For 80.00

    301. Tin & mirrored reflector wall sconce ca. 1850; tin dish back wall sconce with cut applied mirror reflector, tubular arm and cup and dish candle holder, 8"d, 1 1/2" back, 1 1/2" arm

    Sold For 100.00

    302. 2 oval painted decorated footstools ca. 1830-1860; match pair of paint decorated oval footstools with rounded plank tops on four splayed turned legs, brown painted with bowl of fruit design and floral frond accent, bottoms of plank with heavy jack plane marks and one initialed "A" and other "V" on the bottom, 13"x 8 1/4"x 7 1/4"

    Sold For 300.00

    303. 3 iron kitchen utensils ca. 1850-1900; S.M. Co. Pitt, PA 1 1/2 pt. handled bean kettle with tubular sheet steel socket and wooden handle, 5 3/4"d, 3 3/4"l with 23 1/2" handle; Philadelphia Tool Co. oyster shucking knife with drop-forged square handle with maker's strike, 1/2"x 3/4"x 8"; G. Seiger hand wrought oyster knife with square handle and tapered blade, 1/2"x 3/4"x 8 1/4"

    Sold For 65.00

    304. Coopered wooden keg ca. 1890-1900; unbranded coopered oak keg with red wash, six broad steel bands that are iron pin riveted and have secure barrel clips, side filler and small drain spout/tap, 12 1/2"-14"d, 21"h

    Sold For 45.00

    305. Folk art paint decorated clock shelf ca. 1930; fret-sawn walnut shelf with decorative apron and brace rail, then painted blue-green with red accent, 20"x 7"x 9 1/2"

    Sold For 30.00

    306. 2 wrought iron hearth shovels/peels ca. 18th-19th century; early long handled shovel with broad flat head, rounded blade and long mushroom capped handle (unsigned), 8 1/4"x 9 1/4", 48 1/2" overall length; hearth shovel with broad flat head, rounded blade and round handle with button cup, 7"x 7", 31 1/2" overall length

    Sold For 45.00

    307. Dial "Georgian style" banjo style barometer  ca. early 19th century; fine inlaid work on mahogany veneered case barometer with greenish stain and burn worked boxwood vignette inlays, upper and lower vignettes of sunflowers with a shell pattern waist, 8"d dial in tin/pewter wash on brass with a brass portal frame, brass finial on a broken arch top and mounted on an arch top mahogany frame, 10"x 2 1/4"x 38" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 150.00

    308. Copper apple butter kettle ca. 19th century; early dovetailed copper apple butter kettle with copper riveted iron hanger brackets and a wrought iron arch swing handle, 22 1/2"d, 14 1/4"h

    Sold For 75.00

    309. Primitive metal rooster on log base ca. unknown; weathervane-type cutout of a rooster with a long flowing tail, cock's comb, extended narrow beak, file work edge and rivet mounted to a modern wrought iron rod in a half log base, 20 1/2"x 7"x 20 1/2"

    Sold For 75.00

    310. Milton B. Young 4 prong shaking fork ca. 1920-1930; drawn and splint worked fork of ash/hickory with two rod brace spreaders and nail sets with the bends on the tines finely cured and the handle branded by the maker's mark, 14 1/2"x 69 1/2" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 260.00

    311. Paint decorated child's plank bottom chair signed W.S. Piper ca. 1880-1940s; Sheraton-styled chair with crest top, fine grain painting on plank seat with a stencil pattern of a bird with berries on a decorative crest, five interior rods and two outer rods with white and gold pinstriping, splayed leg base with rod braces and stencil signed under seat "W.S. Piper, Spring Run, PA", 18 1/2"x 14"x 28" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 70.00

    312. Paint decorated conductor's music stand ca. 1920s era; arts and crafts paint decorated stand with adjustable pedestal base, ornamental scroll and cherub accent on the music rack with statement "Music A Symbolic Expression of the Worlds Meaning", a triangular three foot base, hollow turned ball top, fluted base shaft and brass rod and rack adjuster, 17"x 13" rack, 19"x 19"x19" base, 48"-56"h Additional Photo: One; Two

    Sold For 65.00

    313. Rosewood faux grain painted document box ca. 1880-1900; dovetailed poplar document box with small chest lock lid, small brass butt hinges and fine rosewood faux grain paint decoration, 14 3/4"x 9 3/4"x 6"

    Sold For 170.00

    314. Chip carved wafer print ca. early-mid 19th century; press print with chip carved sunburst design having a geometric center and two elongated handles, 3"x 10 1/2"x 2 1/2" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 110.00

    315. Continental pewter plate ca. 1830; smooth rim pewter plate with three worn touches of an angel holding a scale and sword, 9 1/2"d Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 35.00

    316. 4 Continental pewter plates ca. early-mid 19th century; with unidentified touches: three with smooth rims, one with a single reed type rim and three have simple monogrammed borders, 8 1/2"- 9 1/4"d

    Sold For 170.00

    317. Rufus Dunham Britannia ca. 1855; lighthouse form Britannia teapot with touch of Rufus Dunham, Westbrook, ME having a squat dome shaped hinged lid with black enameled metal disk finial, black enameled metal handle and gooseneck spout, 5 3/4"d, 10 1/2"h Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 170.00

    318. 3 American Britannia items ca. 1850; duel burner cylindrical font whale oil lamp on a conical pedestal, 4"d, 5 1/2"h; baluster form syrup with hinged lid, 3"d, 4 1/2"h; bulbous pitcher, 6"d, 7 1/2"h

    Sold For 100.00

    319. 3 piece Vose & Co, Albany, NY Britannia tea service ca. 1840; scarce three piece Britannia tea service in octagonal panel forms, each impressed "Vose & Co/Albany/2000" on base: covered teapot with carved wooden handle and carved wooden finial disk, 9 3/4"x 6 1/4"; covered sugar with carved wooden finial disk and a pair of scrolled handles, 7 3/4"x 4 3/4"; creamer with scroll handle, 5 1/2"x 3 3/4"

    Sold For 45.00

    320. Blakeslee Barns pewter plate ca. 1815; American pewter plate with touch of Blakeslee Barns, (BB and spread eagle) ("B. Barns/ Philada") Philadelphia, PA, 7 3/4"d Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 170.00

    321. Rack with 10 Britannia spoons, pewter spoon & coin silver spoon ca. 1849, 1810 & unknown; wooden spoon rack with two Britannia tablespoons and eight Britannia teaspoons by Charles Parker, Meriden, Conn; an unidentified pewter teaspoon and a coin silver teaspoon by Cuthbert Warner, Baltimore, MD (weight 0.54 ozt), 4 3/4"- 8 1/2"l

    Sold For 55.00

    322. Group of 10 English pewter dishes ca. mid 18th-early 19th century; single reed dish with partial touch of John Ianson, 14 3/4"d; single reed dish with partial London touch, 13"d; smooth rim dish with unidentified Griffin touch, 9 1/2"d; smooth rim dish with unidentified touch, 9 1/2"d; smooth rim with John Townsend and Thomas Griffin touch, 9 1/4"d; smooth rim with Thomas Compton and John Townsend touch, 9 1/4"d; pair of smooth rim with indistinct touches, 8 3/4"d; single reed with Nathaniel Barber touch, 8 1/2"d; single reed deep dish with Townsend & Compton touch, 8 1/4"d, 1 1/4"h

    Sold For 170.00

    323. Group of American Britannia spoons & continental pewter ca. 19th century; 53 tablespoons/dessert spoons and 73 teaspoons in display holders: molded bowl form continental Britannia master salt on square pedestal with unidentified touch, 2 1/2"d, 2 1/2"h; continental pewter with unidentified touches: shield shape spoon/utensil holder with iron loop hanger, 8 1/4"x 7"; shallow bowl with single reed type rim, 9 1/4"d, 1 1/4"h; single reed type plate with "1854" and monogram on rim, 8 3/4"d

    Sold For 280.00

    324. 5 miscellaneous American Britannia items ca. mid 19th century; twelve lobed teapot with hinged lid, scarce touch of "Crossman, West & Leonard" (Taunton, Mass, 1830), black lacquered wooden finial and handle, 8 1/2"h, 6 1/2"; open sugar, pigeon breasted bowl on an octagonal base, eight lobed rim, "Leonard, Reed & Barton" touch (Taunton, Mass, 1835), 6"d, 5 3/4"h; eight paneled teapot with hinged lid, “Leonard, Reed & Barton” touch, black lacquered wooden finial and handle, 10 1/2"x 6 1/4"; bulbous teapot with hinged lid and "Mc Quilkin" touch (Philadelphia, PA, 1850), 6 3/4"d, 9 1/2"h; cylindrical font, single wick whale oil lamp with "Capen/Molineux" touch (Ephraim Capen, New York City, 1850), 2 1/2"d, 3 1/4"h

    Sold For 30.00

    325. 4 Connecticut Britannia teapots ca. mid 19th century; teapot with scarce "LJ Curtiss" touch (Lemuel J. Curtiss, Meriden, Conn circ 1840), 6 1/4"d, 8 1/2"h; "IC Lewis/ No 14" touch (Isaac Lewis, Meriden, Conn circ 1845), 5 1/2"d, 7 3/4"h; tall pot with T.S. Derby touch (Thomas S Derby, Middleton, Conn circ 1850), 6 1/4"d, 10 3/4"h; "Boardman" lion touch (Thomas Danforth Boardman, Hartford, Conn circ 1840) with four plated brass feet and pomegranate finial, 5 1/4"d, 9 1/4"h

    Sold For 85.00

    326. Pair of Britannia britches figural match safes   ca. 1886; pair of Britannia britches figural match safes with patent dates of "Nov 9th 1886" on inside of flip covers, 2 3/4", 1 1/4"x 3/4"

    Sold For 160.00

    327. 5 New England Britannia teapots ca. 1850-1885; two similar eight sided teapots with "Roswell Gleason" touches (Dorchester, Mass circ 1870) both marked "5" for five cup capacity with black laquered wooden finials and handles, 8 1/4"x 5"; fancy eight sided teapot with "Reed & Barton" touch  (Taunton, MA circ 1880), 8 3/4"x 5"; round, tapered pot with "Dunham" touch (Rufis Dunham, Westbrook, ME circ 1860), 5"d, 7 1/2"h; round tapered pot with "Stevens, Smart & Dunham/ Portland, ME" mark (circ 1885), 4 1/2"d, 10"h

    Sold For 35.00

    328. Miscellaneous grouping of Britannia & pewter items tall baluster form hinged lid teapot with six ribs, marked on base "James Dixon & Sons" (Sheffield, England) with a black laquered wooden finial and handle; small urn form hinged lid teapot marked on base "Shaw & Fisher/Sheffield" with a black lacquered wooden finial and handle; squat bulbous, hinged lid teapot marked on base "Shaw & Fisher/ Sheffield"with a black lacquered wood finial and handle; unmarked covered hot water footed urn with inletted  brass drop handle spout; pewter ladle with John Yates touch (Birmingham, England circ 1835); matching covered sugar, squat sixteen lobed form and squat twelve lobed form creamer, both marked "Dixon & Son" (Sheffield, England); syringe with wooden plunger; large syringe with wooden plunger; two similar unmarked cylindrical flagons with hinged lids and cluster of grapes finials, one has a beaded rim and foot edges; half pint mug with Victorian sealer's mark; unmarked ladle

    Sold For 110.00

    329. Redware pot ca. 1860; PA redware ovoid pot with a rolled thickened rim, tooled beveled foot and yellowish-brown lead glaze with some iron flecks, 7 3/4"d, 8 3/4"h

    Sold For 100.00

    330. Painted redware coffee/teapot ca. late 19th - early 20th century; slightly bulbous covered painted redware coffee/ teapot with a slightly flared rim with interior lid ledge, short stubby spout, shaped loop handle, disk lid with thick button knob and old bronzey-green paint applied over the unglazed surface, 4 1/2"d, 4 3/4"h

    Sold For 80.00

    331. 3 PA redware crocks ca. 1885; two slightly bulbous crocks with dark reddish-brown interior glaze, flattened, thickened rim and incised neck ring, 7 1/2"d, 6 3/4"h; other slightly bulbous crock in brown with yellowish patches glaze, a rolled thickened rim and incised neck ring, 5 1/2"d, 4 3/4"h

    Sold For 65.00

    332. Painted redware urn ca. 1930; appears to be a Henry Schofield unglazed exterior two-handled urn with a later overpaint, pseudo incised markings "John Bell", "1853", rolled rim, strap handles, tooled foot with incised ring, two incised shoulder rings and interior brown lead glaze, 6"d, 7 1/4"h Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 55.00

    333. 2 PA redware items  ca. 1880-1890; slightly bulbous jelly jar with glossy brown lead glazed interior, rolled canted rim and incised neck ring, 5 1/4"d, 5"h; tart dish with lead interior glaze of dark streaking on brown, 6 3/4"d, 1 1/2" deep

    Sold For 60.00

    334. Cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1875; salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jar with three bright brushed cobalt foliage motifs, flattened tooled rim with two incised neck rings and Albany slip glaze interior, 6"d, 8 3/4"h

    Sold For 65.00

    335. Leaf form earthenware dish with cobalt dragonfly design ca. 1890; oval leaf form earthenware dish with stamped cobalt fern motif border and raised central design of a cobalt dragonfly, 8 3/4"x 11 1/2"

    Sold For 70.00

    336. Cobalt decorated Shenfelder crock ca. 1880; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware cream crock with a well-defined brushed cobalt typical Shenfelder tulip, flattened rim with extended collar, iron speckled glaze and Albany slip glaze interior, 8 1/4"d, 7 1/2"h

    Sold For 220.00

    337. Jacob F. Sheaffer liquor advertising jug ca. 1890; Lancaster, PA liquor advertising jug Bristol glazed stoneware cylindrical form with long neck, tooled broad flat vertical collar and black stencil design "Golden Rod/ Jacob F. Sheaffer/ Distiller/ Lancaster, PA", 6"d, 10"h

    Sold For 325.00

    338. 3 gallon cobalt decorated Whites, Utica crock  ca. 1860s; three gallon salt glazed cylindrical stoneware crock with slipped cobalt design of a basket of flowers, impressed "Whites Utica" and "3" with a flattened rolled rim, applied pair of molded lug ear handles, incised shoulder ring and Albany slip glaze interior, 11"d, 10 3/4"h

    Sold For 350.00

    339. 2 gallon C. Hart cobalt decorated jug ca. 1875; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware jug with brushed cobalt floral design, impressed "C Hart/ Sherburne/2" (Charles Hart, Sherburne, NY) with Albany slip glaze interior, 9"d, 13 1/2"h

    Sold For 150.00

    340. 2 gallon J. Mantell cobalt decorated jug ca. 1865; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware jug with brushed stylized floral motif and daub on bottom handle terminal, impressed "2/J. Mantell/Penn Yan" (James Mantell) with Albany slip glaze interior and incised shoulder ring, 9 3/4"d, 13 3/4"h

    Sold For 160.00

    341. 2 gallon Cowden & Wilcox cobalt decorated jug ca. 1870; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware jug with brushed cobalt floral design, daubs on handle terminals, impressed "2/Cowden & Wilcox/ Harrisburg, PA" with an Albany slip glaze interior, 8 3/4"d, 13 1/2"h

    Sold For 230.00

    342. 2 gallon blue decorated crock ca. late 19th century; salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware crock with slipped cobalt "2" with a flourish, rolled rim with interior lid ledge, tooled everted neck and collar with raised ring between a pair of incised rings and Albany slip glaze interior, 9"d, 11"h

    Sold For 60.00

    343. "New Brighton" barrel form canning jar with redware lid ca. late 19th century; brown Bristol glazed barrel form stoneware canning jar with dark brown cursive legend "New Brighton PA", formed rim to receive a lid, associated small redware lid in brown lead glaze with darker brown manganese sponging, ball form knob on a desk with a raised base ring to fit a 1 1/2" opening, 5"d, 6"h Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 290.00

    344. 2 two-toned "Sherwood Bros" stoneware items ca. 1890; both with Bristol glazed bottoms and Albany slip glazed tops, black stenciled "Sherwood Bros/ New Brighton, PA/ Manufacturers" and have Albany slip glaze interiors: squat cylindrical jug with dome shaped top, 5"d, 6"h; cylindrical jar with rounded shoulder, flattened rim with everted neck and interior lid ledge and a dark manganese glazed redware disk lid by association with two incised rings, conical knob and a raised base ring to fit a 3 1/4" opening and "5" inscripted on base, 7"d, 8 1/4"h jar

    Sold For 60.00

    345. Enterprise Pottery Co. mug   ca. early 20th century; Bristol glazed stoneware mug with pair of raised bands of a cobalt ring bracketed by white rings, blue ink base stamp "EP Co/PA/New Brighton" (Enterprise Pottery Co), 2 3/4"d, 4 3/4"h Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 30.00

    346. 2 "Sherwood Bros" stoneware items   ca. 1890; both with an oval impression "Sherwood Bros/ Pottery/ New Brighton, PA": two tone, tan conical top cylindrical beer bottle with Hutter & Lightning style stopper on a tooled sloping broad collar, 2 3/4"d, 6 3/4"h; cylindrical canning jar with a tooled formed neck to accommodate a "globe jar" type lid and associated amber glass lid, 4 1/4"d, 7"h Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 30.00

    347. Folk art carved walking stick ca. 1890-1920; paint accented twig walking stick with broad head snake carved on the shaft of the cane painted in green/brown and grain painted on tan base paint, 35 1/2" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 110.00

    348. Folk art carved walking stick ca. 1880-1920; bent handle cane with carved handle top, head with deep relief carving work and painted accent to eyes with some carving accent to shaft, 33" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 130.00

    349. Folk art carved walking stick ca. 1900-1920; carved walnut square stock and tapered shaft walking stick with ten levels of various chip carved patterns of block and cross-X checking, initialed H.H.K., 3/4"x 3/4"x 36" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 130.00

    350. Folk art carved walking stick ca. 1900-1920; spoke shaft stick in tan/gray paint featuring a dog's head carved on the top with a broad muzzle, raise carved eyes and relief carved droop ears, 1"x 2"x 1 3/4" head; 30"l Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 140.00

    351. Folk art carved walking stick ca. mid 19th century; folk art carved walking stick of a slithering snake wrapped around the shaft with tongue protruding from mouth, stain spot accent, additional stain accent to bumps on shaft and steel cup on tip, 35 1/2" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 160.00

    352. 2 twisted walking sticks ca. 1890-1910; walking stick with woven twisted around stem then varnished, 40"; narrow willow twig walking stick with woven banding and jack carved accent of leaves and florals and varnish coated, 37" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 220.00

    353. Folk art carved walking stick ca. 1900; carved man with a bushy mustache wearing a flat top cap carved on the top of a maple twig walking stick with the surface sanded and applied tongue oil finish, 34" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 30.00

    354. Paint decorated doll cradle ca. 1870-1890; softwood doll cradle with stepped scrollwork side and arched foot and headboard in unusual flat head screw construction, green painted exterior, sides accented with yellow hand-painted starbursts & gilt stencil of a woman riding horseback, footboard with hand painted starburst and headboard accent with stencils of stars and lady on horse and interior painted salmon red, 16"x 7 1/4"x 8 1/4" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 30.00

    355. Framed pen & ink drawing    ca. 1900s; two-color ink drawing with dove holding a flower and script pennant in beak resting on feather quill with "Joseph Gerberich" in script box of pennant and framed in a small molded frame, 7 1/2"x 8 3/4" framed

    Sold For 35.00

    356. Miniature red painted wooden wheelbarrow ca. 1890-1920; red painted wheelbarrow with black accents, metal banded four spoke hub and sheet metal banded wheel and hand whittled handles and legs with metal band bracing and hardware, 11"x 4 1/2"x 4 1/2"

    Sold For 100.00

    357. English Staffordshire pearlware child’s cup, saucer & pepper pot ca. 1820; handleless child’s cup and saucer with four color sponged and brushed peafowl motif; blue coggle banded bulbous pepper pot with blue brushed cap

    Sold For 140.00

    358. Gaudy Dutch Dove pattern side dish ca. 1835; English Staffordshire pearlware dish with an apricot ground, 6 1/2"d

    Sold For 170.00

    359. 2 stick spatter green & red holly sprig plates ca. 1860; English Staffordshire ironstone luncheon and dinner plates with green and red stick spatter holly sprig design with central band of red pussy willow buds, four blue bands and dinner plate with faint impressed mark, 8 1/2"d & 9 3/4"d

    Sold For 60.00

    360. Ironstone blue edged platter & "Ye Olden Times" Deldare Ware plate ca. 1865 & 1910; English Staffordshire ironstone rectangular platter with cut corners and blue shell edge, 13 1/2"x 17 3/4"; American earthenware dinner plate with infilled black transfer, browns, greens and whites, "Ye Olden Times" design and black ink back stamp "Made at Buffalo Pottery/1908/ Deldare Ware/ Undergalze/ 1908", 9 1/4"d

    Sold For 60.00

    361. Copper lustre pitcher ca. 1850; flattened sides copper lustre pitcher with two pink lustre transfers of a stag within a wreath of green feathered foliage and a clock face at 8:19, 7 3/4"h, 3 3/4"x 6 1/2" across

    Sold For 50.00

    362. Grouping of spatterware items ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware spatterware: red spatter twelve-sided sauce dish with peafowl in unusual black, blue and green, 5 1/4"x 1"; cup plate in rainbow blue and faint purple, 4"d; brown spatter child's handleless cup and saucer

    Sold For 120.00

    363. 3 English Staffordshire items ca. 1800-1840; rectangular creamer with molded mid-section band of strawberries and leaves bracketed by a pair of ribbed spiral bands, a molded rim border of grape clusters and leaves and overall detailing with brown lines, 4 1/4"h, 3"x 6"; slightly bulbous pearlware creamer with stylized floral and foliage design, 3 3/4"d, 4 1/2"h; molded bulbous pitcher with overall leaf motifs outlined with shell edged designs in blue with other blue applications and a ribbed handle, 6 1/2"d, 9"h

    Sold For 180.00

    364. Grouping of Late Adams Rose earthenware ca. late 19th-early 20th century; two oval platters with black ink back stamp of Royal Arms and "Baker & Co Ltd/ England", 9"x 12 1/2" & 10 1/4"x 14 3/4"; four bowls with black ink back stamps of Royal Arms and "Staffordshire England" or "England", 3 1/2"- 7 1/4"d; eight luncheon plates and three handleless cups and saucers with black ink back stamps of Royal Arms and "England" and impressed with George Jones Crescent Pottery marks, 8 3/4"d plates; small milk pitcher with black ink back stamp of Royal Arms and "England" and faint impressed mark, 7 1/2"h, 5 1/2"x 6" across

    Sold For 70.00

    365. Red & white sawtooth diamond pattern quilt ca. early 20th century; red and white cotton sawtooth pattern with inner sawtooth red border and outer plaid red border, front turned to back, white cotton back, quilting in cross blocks and following pattern edges using white thread, 82"x 82"

    Sold For 800.00

    366. 16 block floral appliqued quilt with floral border ca. late 1800s; three flowered tulip plants in pots, sixteen blocks surrounded by a floral and vine border, bound with green print, white back, finely quilted ground with vine borders between blocks, edged with green printed cotton bordered with white cotton, 84"x 84"

    Sold For 650.00

    367. Jacquard pattern coverlet by Henry Oberly ca. 1838; rooster corner blocks with floral central design in red, blue and green wool and white cotton with fringe on three sides and a rolled top hem by Henry Oberly, Womelsdorf, PA, 84"x 96" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 130.00

    368. Jacquard pattern coverlet by E. Hausman ca. 1856; floral, leaf and harp borders with inner checked border and central floral designs, fringed on three sides with rolled top hem by E. Hausman, Trexlertown, PA, 90"x 96" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 160.00

    369. Jacquard pattern coverlet by J. Brosey for J. Hacker ca. 1855; jacquard pattern coverlet of red, black and green wool and white cotton, applied green, red and black cotton fringes on bottom, self fringe on sides, rolled top hem and center seam, 94"x 78" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 100.00

    370. Jacquard pattern coverlet by H. Stager ca. mid 19th century; jacquard pattern coverlet "M+BY+ H + STAGER + MOUNT JOY + LANCASTER+ CO+ PA+ WARRANTED+ FAST+ COLORS + NO 1" in red, green and orange wool, white cotton, applied red, green and orange fringe on bottom, self fringe on sides and a rolled top hem, 80"x 76" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 140.00

    371. Appliqued quilt ca. early 20th century; white quilt with green border and appliqued yellow and red potted tulips, 74"x 74"

    Sold For 220.00

    372. 1848 family register berliner work ca. 1848 dated; needlepoint on punched paper register with floral arch, colorful bird resting on branches in upper corners and Regiart family register "Wrought by E.R.", 9 1/2"x 11"

    Sold For 45.00

    373. Roll of woven blue & gray check rag carpet ca. 1880; traditional PA woven rag carpet runner with blue and gray check pattern and a multi-band run of various colors, 32"x 18'

    Sold For 25.00

    374. Folksy hooked rug ca. 1940; needlework hooked rug with several animals on a background with trees; 24" x 32"

    Sold For 210.00

    375. PA folk art bird design hooked rug ca. 1890-1930; hawk-type bird perched on a tree stump overlooking corn stalk and tobacco leaf design in the background with rag strips hooked in burlap backer, central colors in browns, tans and green with gray, brown and black border and professionally mounted on a framed hanger, 32 1/4"x 22 1/4"x 1"

    Sold For 230.00

    376. Edison cylinder record player & oak cylinder cabinet ca. 1900; standard model cylinder player w/ oak case that has ogee molded baseboard and arch top with a swing handle and horn; five drawer quarter sawn oak cabinet and two boxes of cylinder records; player 13"x9 1/4" x 11 1/2"; cabinet 18 1/2" x 15 1/4" x 36 1/2" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 700.00

    377. Junghans Clock Co., Germany shelf clock ca. 1910; eight day time, strike and quarter hour chime on rods in a mahogany case with inlay and double fluted columns flanking the brass dial with applied spandrels and silvered chapter, slow/fast and chime silent dials, 17 1/2"x 13"x 9"

    Sold For 575.00

    378. "The Graphophone" Type AT ca. 1900; complete with horn and twenty-four cylinders, case with original finish, good decal on front and paint decoration on iron surface and retaining the original key, 11"x 12"x 7 1/2"

    Sold For 350.00

    379. Hans Waller, Austria oil on canvas ca. 1940; bucolic scene with stream, signed in lower left with biographical information on reverse, 19 1/2"x 15 1/2" sight; 25"x 21" with frame

    Sold For 45.00

    380. 2 framed engravings  ca. 1820; "The Common Wolf Trap" and "A Tiger Prowling Through a Village"; one in a thin wooden frame and the other in a rosewood grained frame, 24 1/4"x 20 1/4" largest

    Sold For 30.00

    381. Bessie Leinbach, Reading, PA etching ca. 1904; sleigh ride through the woods titled "A Winter Evening" in the original ebonized frame, 21 1/2"x 10 1/2"

    Sold For 30.00

    382. Marion Dyer, York, PA chalk on paper ca. 1918; horse and colt in the pasture in a gold frame, signed and dated in lower left, 23 3/4"x 13 3/4" sight, 26 3/4"x 16 3/4" overall Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 30.00

    383. Queen Ann style wall mirror ca. 1880; two piece mirror in a walnut frame with a shaped border surrounding mirror and a carved element on top

    Sold For 45.00

    384. R.L. Albert oil on artist board ca. 1928; a stream through the woods in a gold frame, signed and dated in lower right, 13"x 11 1/4 sight, 20"x 18" overall Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 60.00

    385. Ornate wall mirror mid 19th century; gilded frame with applied carving; 26"x 42"

    Sold For 40.00

    386. Delaware Valley ladderback arm chair ca. 1760; five slat back flanked by finial tipped stiles with nicely carved arms supported by the turned legs with a triple bulbous stretcher across the front and retains an old if not original rush seat, 24"x 32 1/2"x 41 3/4" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 40.00

    387. Chippendale tall case clock ca. 1780; in walnut with a one day time and bell strike movement, the hood with a bold broken arch top with carved rosettes and three finials, tombstone side lights over the trunk with chamfered and fluted side and a shaped door over the base with raised turtle panel over the original straight bracket feet, 19"x 10 3/4"x 95" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 1,100.00

    388. Ladderback rocking chair ca. 1780; five splat back flanked by finial tipped stiles, rush seat and over turned legs with stretchers, 17 1/2"x 27 1/2"x 39"

    Sold For 35.00

    389. One drawer stand ca. 1840; mixed wood stand with a square top over one drawer with enamel pull and resting on turned legs, 20"x 20"x 29 1/2"

    Sold For 55.00

    390. Paint decorated blanket chest ca. 1830-1860; dovetailed pine chest with red milk paint and black stipple grain decoration resting on high bracket feet, interior contains a lidded till; 41" x 16" x 21 1/2"

    Sold For 180.00

    391. Tapered leg farm table ca. mid 19th century; early taped leg table with a two board scrubbed top secured by two cross-battans resting on a base with narrow tapered legs with mortise & pinned broad rails in red milk paint; 49"x 32 3/4"x 26"

    Sold For 325.00

    392. Dutch cupboard ca. 1830; two part softwood cupboard in tiger maple paint with a molded top over two doors with twelve lights over the base, three drawers over two doors with recessed panels and matching recessed panels on the sides, all resting on turned feet, 56"x 20 1/2"x 82"

    Sold For 1,150.00

    393. Apple butter kettle on stand ca. 1850; large copper kettle in dovetailed construction with a wrought iron handle resting on a cast iron stand, 29"d, 32"h

    Sold For 400.00

    394. Henry F. Stauffer, Farmersville, PA Windsor fan back side chair ca. 1927 dated; curved top over a seven rod back flanked by turned stiles over a saddle seat on tapering turned legs with an H cross stretcher and signed and dated by Stauffer underneath seat, 23 1/2"x 17"x 37 1/2" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 325.00

    395. Kitchen work table ca. 1830; walnut table with pegged top over three drawers supported by cylindrical turned legs, 59 1/2"x 35 1/2"x 28 1/2"

    Sold For 450.00

    396. Paint decorated blanket chest ca. 1830; in pine with sponge decoration, ebonized molding surrounding top and matching molding on base and feet and the top opening to a compartment with right side till, 44"x 20"x 24 1/2"

    Sold For 250.00

    397. Wood chest ca. 1840; in poplar with an ochre colored crotch wood styled paint, lift lid top opening to a double compartment and resting on bulbous turned feet, 50"x 20"x 20"

    Sold For 140.00

    398. Bench ca. 1850; poplar with nicely shaped mortised sides, 48 1/2"x 13"x 19 1/2"

    Sold For 170.00

    399. Low back Windsor arm chair ca. 1790; curved back with thirteen spindles and two turned arm supports over a wide seat on turned legs with bamboo style H stretcher, 29"x 20"x 29" Additional Photo: One; Two; Three

    Sold For 250.00

    400. I. Sproson brace back bow back Windsor arm chair ca. 1800; continuous arm with a thirteen spindle back with a double spindle brace, finely turned arm supports and shaped saddle seat, resting on finely turned bulbous and tapered legs with H stretcher and signed under seat "I Sproson", 17"x 19 1/2"x 37 1/2"

    Sold For 825.00

    401. English tall case clock ca. 1825; eight day time and bell strike weight driven movement with a square painted iron dial with brass hands in a solid mahogany case with broken arch top, fluted hood columns, trunk with round top door over the base with nicely shaped skirt and straight bracket feet, 18 1/2"x 10"x 81 1/2" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 200.00

    402. Milk cupboard ca. 1840; poplar cupboard in blue paint with a single door with double recessed panels resting on flat ball feet, 50"x 19 1/2"x 53" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 280.00

    403. Storage unit for parts ca. 1910; parts storage unit with thirty-nine receptacles and painted on front "Allis-Chalmers" in salmon and blue paint, 61"x 16"x 60 1/2"

    Sold For 325.00

    404. 2 vintage wooden duck decoys ca. 1920-1960; early George Barnes-type canvas back drake with early paint having a solid carved body with round bottom, sloped sides, shallow swimming body with slight arch to back, peg set head with carved painted beak, painted and eyes painted with clip tie, 13 3/4"x 6"x 6 3/4"; working mason's type red head duck decoy with flat bottom round infill, counterweight, leather tie, white underbelly, gray and black upper body, head pegged with glass eyes,  and blue-gray painted beak, 15 1/2"x 5 1/4"x 7"

    Sold For 130.00

    405. Green & brown painted wooden firkin ca. 1850-1900; coopered tapered lidded bucket with steam bent swing handle and 1" wide bands with clipped and copper nailed finger joint, 9 1/2"- 10 1/4"d, 9 3/4"h

    Sold For 450.00

    406. 2 hunting decoys ca. 1900-1940; early sleeping red head duck decoy with a heavy hand-hewn and drawn work body in gray and black with two flat lead weights, band saw and carved head with glass eyes, gray beak pinned to body, 15"x 6 1/2"x 6 3/4"; vintage sheet metal full-size Canadian goose field decoy with fold-up single spike and fold-down head with paint accent, 20"x 19" with 9 1/2" stake

    Sold For 200.00

    407. Blue painted miniature blanket chest ca. 1880-1920; dovetailed constructed white pine chest on dovetailed bracket feet with bright blue paint, lid with mortised bead board molded ends and quarter round molding on cast iron butt hinges, 18"x 10 1/2"x 12 1/4"

    Sold For 120.00

    408. Mixed wood slant lid salt box ca. 1850-1900; walnut dovetail constructed wall box with hinged poplar slant lid and a four compartment single lower drawer with brass pull, 12 1/2"x 8 1/2"x 11"

    Sold For 190.00

    409. Copper canteen & tin lunchbox ca. 1850-1910; copper miner's canteen with oval double roll molded base, cone shaped top, pewter thread with tin lid and two strap ears with chain tote, 6"x 3 1/2"x 9 1/4"; Victorian rectangular tin lunchbox with dome Chippendale molded water vessel lid with screw top spout, tin cup cover over reservoir and wire swing handle  with wood turned grasp, 9 1/4"x 6 3/4"x 10 1/2"

    Sold For 50.00

    410. Pennsylvania German round wallpaper box ca. 1850; decorative salmon color wallpaper covered round card stock box with rimmed slide-over lid with matched wallpaper, interior lined in Philadelphia German dialect newspaper, 4 1/4"d, 2 1/4"h

    Sold For 90.00

    411. 4 various pie crimpers ca. 1880-1920; pewter fluted pie wheel on cast forearm and turned wood handle, 1" wheel, 6"l; German brass fluted pie wheel on brass tang forearm and green painted wood turned handle, 1" wheel, 5 1/2"l; two German brass fluted pie wheels on cast brass fork/handle with eyebrow fluted pie stamp, 1"d, 5"l

    Sold For 45.00

    412. Oak splint egg basket & brass pan fat lamp ca. 1850-1900; melon shaped oak splint handled egg basket with diamond weave braced handle, 8 1/2"d, 7 1/4"h; unusual cast brass spouted pan, non-lidded fat lamp with applied wrought iron strap hanger, 3"x 2"x 2 1/2"

    Sold For 40.00

    413. Dome lidded rye straw bread/fruit storage basket ca. 18th-19th century; large oval coiled rye straw basket with banded and domed slick over lid with looped ears on one side and through holes on other, raised rim base and rim on lid, 24"x 13"

    Sold For 85.00

    414. Softwood green painted tool tray ca. 1870; sloped side tool tray in simple nail construction with center divider handle, 12 3/4"x 10"x 5 3/4"

    Sold For 170.00

    415. 2 softwood foot stools ca. 1840-1920; walnut shaped leg footstool with mortised oval plank top having a compass pinwheel on underside, 16"x 9 3/4"x 7 1/2"; heart pierce-work top footstool of mixed softwoods in nail construction with broad shaped end aprons and opposing heart top, 11 3/4"x 8 1/4"x 7 1/2"

    Sold For 75.00

    416. Mahogany & rosewood shaving mirror ca. 1890-1910; mahogany dovetailed frame mirror box with hide-away sliding panel back on brass mount swivel in affixed to spire top turned rails, mortised to a rosewood veneer top, rectangular base with round pad feet and quarter round molded fronts, 12 1/2"x 17"x 1 3/4" frame, 23"x 9 1/2"x 2 3/4" base

    Sold For 30.00

    417. Native American leather turtle ca. late 19th-early 20th century; sinew stitched hide amulet in the shape of a turtle with yellow and green paint decoration, horsetail hair accent feet and hangs from a sinew band, 4 3/4"x 2 1/2"x 3/4"

    Sold For 130.00

    418. Native American type gloves/moccasins ca. 20th century; match pair of buffalo hide "drovers" mittens with beaded initials "AE", overall 15"x 5"-11"; pair of beaded wool and deerskin moccasins with a beaded floral design on blue wool upper plate, fringed outer and felt lined interior, 10"x 4"; ladies deer hide riding glove with embroidered floral design untanned hide and gauntlet with hide fringes, 12"x 5"- 7 3/4"

    Sold For 100.00

    419. Native American "turtle" effigy pot ca. unknown; hearth cured/fire molded pot with four pad feet, extended turtle head and tail, flared rim and bottom of the pot marked with felt tip ink "Yell Co. Ark.", 4 3/4"x 4"x 3"

    Sold For 110.00

    420. Native American 3 footed round pot ca. unknown; ball shaped pot on three cow udder feet having an unglazed mud surface and incised decoration of scrolls, pine trees and swag, 5 1/2"d, 5 3/4"h

    Sold For 25.00

    421. Native American stone amulet of dog ca. 19th or 20th century; carved granite-type stone effigy of a dog with elongated body, long muzzle and droopy ears on short legs with an erect tail, amulet holes drilled in legs and muzzle nose accent to carving, 4 1/2"x 3/4"x 2 1/2" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 50.00

    422. Native American stone amulet of dog ca. 20th century; carved granite-type stone effigy of a "Scotty" type dog with long carved muzzle, rounded accented ears, erect tail and amulet holes drilled through short legs, 4 1/2"x 3/4"x 3" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 50.00

    423. Native American beadwork necklace  ca. 1940-1960s; yellow and green beadwork necklace with thunderbird design round pendant having a deer skin back over hide flexible core, 3 1/2"d pendant, 20" necklace

    Sold For 30.00

    424. Southwestern style earthenware pot ca. mid-late 20th century; bulbous coiled earthenware pot (olla) with crude polychrome motifs of deer, birds and geometrics in red and black on white, 7 3/4"d, 6 1/2"h

    Sold For 150.00

    425. 3 early deeds on vellum ca. 1747-1753; Philadelphia city deed between Robert and Susan Lindsey to John Church in Society Hill area, signed also by Charles Willing, John Reily  and John Bowen, 27"x 24"; Joseph Wharton and wife to John Church in Philadelphia, signed also by Edw. Shippen, John Reily and Robert Tuile, 23"x 13"; rare High Sheriff order by Lord King George for sale with lands and tenants of Richard Renshaw, late baker for removal of debt of 175 pounds, signed by High Sheriff Richard Sewell, Thomas Hopkinson, District Justice, Witness Henry Ribgy and John Reily, sold to John Church and Thomas Stewart, 26"x 14 1/2"

    Sold For 220.00

    426. 3 printed tauf-scheins ca. 1806-1849; framed color "angel and bird accented" taufschein printed by Johann Ritter and Co., Reading, PA in German dialect with record of Ruth Beyer, daughter of Andreas and Catherine Beyer, Bern Twp., Berks Co. dated 8-23-1806, 14 1/2"x 18 1/2" framed; poster framed "angel and bird accented" taufschein by Johann Ritter, Reading, PA with record of Ben Barkey, son of Michael and Anna Barkey of Bern Twp., Berks Co. and dated 10-1-1825, 16 1/4"x 20" framed; unframed watercolor accented, printed eagle top taufschein with "angels and birds" by Blumer, Bush & Co., Allentown, PA recording the Zettelmoyer family with illegible father and son's name, dated 7-23-1849, 14"x 16 1/4"

    Sold For 60.00

    427. Stoneware chemical dipping basket colander ca. late 19th - early 20th century; bulbous four quart size with strap handle, impressed "4" and Albany slip glaze, 9 1/2"d, 12"h

    Sold For 210.00

    428. Cobalt decorated ovoid stoneware jug ca. 1810; salt glazed ovoid stoneware jug with a simple brushed cobalt motif on collar and cobalt daubs on applied ribbed handle terminals and flattened rim with tooled three ring neck, 7 3/4"d, 11"h

    Sold For 130.00

    429. Two-tone liquor advertising stoneware jug ca. 1905; two-tone cylindrical stoneware advertising liquor jug with lower portion having a cobalt stencil on white Bristol glaze, glossy Albany slip glaze conical upper portion, flattened rim with attached ribbed handle and stencil reading "Chas A Grove/Wholesale/ Liquor Dealers/ No 15 Centre Square/ Lancaster, PA", 5 3/4"d, 9 1/4"h

    Sold For 210.00

    430. Two-tone liquor advertising stoneware jug ca. 1900; two-tone cylindrical stoneware advertising liquor jug with lower portion having a cobalt stencil on white Bristol glaze, Albany slip glaze domed upper portion, flattened rim with attached ribbed handle and stencil reading "CA Dorsheimer/ Wholesale Liquor Dealers/ 152 E King St/ Lancaster, PA" and an unreadable mark by handle, 6 3/4"d, 11"h

    Sold For 170.00

    431. Two-tone liquor advertising stoneware jug ca. 1905; two-tone cylindrical stoneware advertising liquor jug with lower portion having a cobalt stencil on white Bristol glaze, glossy Albany slip glaze conical upper portion, flattened rim with attached ribbed handle and stencil reading "Chas A Grove/ Wholesale/ Liquor Dealer/ No 15 Centre Square/ Lancaster, PA", 7 1/4"d, 10"h

    Sold For 130.00

    432. Cobalt decorated stoneware pitcher ca. 1875; salt glazed slightly bulbous pitcher with brushed cobalt double stemmed tulip design with feathered foliage on rounded rim and daub on handle terminals, pair of twin incised rings on neck, tooled rounded foot and Albany slip glaze interior, attributed to Remmey Pottery, Phila., PA, 7 3/4"d, 10 3/4"h

    Sold For 280.00

    433. 2 cobalt decorated stoneware jars ca. 1870; two salt glazed cylindrical stoneware jars with brushed cobalt decorations and Albany slip glaze interiors: one with five simple leaf buds or flowers design, tooled flattened rim with pair of incised neck rings and a beveled foot, 4 3/4"d, 7"h; one with four stemmed flower designs, tooled flattened rim with slightly raised neck ring and a beveled foot, 6"d, 8 1/2"h

    Sold For 240.00

    434. Cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1855; salt glazed slightly bulbous jar with brushed cobalt foliage motifs on collar, flattened rounded rim and indented neck, 5 1/2"d, 8"h

    Sold For 75.00

    435. Small PA redware crock ca. 1885; squat PA redware slightly bulbous crock in brown lead glaze with yellowish-brown spotting, rounded everted rim and tooled foot flange, 5"d, 4 1/4"h

    Sold For 50.00

    436. 2 PA redware items ca. 1880; slightly bulbous jelly jar in reddish-brown lead glaze with rounded everted rim and tooled foot flange, 4 1/2"d, 4 1/4"h; squat bulbous creamer or pouring pot in dark brown manganese glaze, everted rim, lightly incised collar rings, tooled foot flange and slightly ribbed strap handle, 4 3/4"d, 4"h

    Sold For 65.00

    437. Incised & cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. early-mid 19th century; small salt glazed slight barrel form stoneware jar with incised legend "AͶCHOVIS" infilled with cobalt, flattened rolled rim, three recessed tooled collar rings with the center one cobalt infilled and scratched "4" on mid section, 4 3/4"d, 6 1/2"h Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 270.00

    438. 1 1/2 gallon cobalt decorated jar ca. 1860; cylindrical stoneware jar with brushed cobalt suspended floral design on top half, impressed "1 1/2", flattened tooled everted rim and raised collar ring, attributed to Baltimore, MD, 7 3/4"d, 12 1/4"h

    Sold For 190.00

    439. 2 pieces of hearth cookware ca. mid-late 19th century; pan style coffee roaster with J-hook crank handle in dome lid with hinged trap door and eye hook topped bevel edge handle, 8 3/4"d, 5 3/4"h with 11 3/4" handle; hearthside flip over toaster with small arch bracket legs, round end tray with serpentine rod keeper grill and rod handle on split fork hinge, 13 1/4"x 1 1/2"x 6 1/2"

    Sold For 30.00

    440. Candelabra crafted from 3 wrought iron branding irons ca. 19th century iron; each iron originally crafted with socket handles in arch T, R, and Gf, then re-purposed to use sockets as candlesticks, 9 1/2"x 4 1/2"x 16 1/4"

    Sold For 30.00

    441. Wallpaper sample book from The Art Wall Paper Mills ca. 1902; large oak tag covered portfolio of approximately 100 samples of late Victorian Era wallpapers with many patterns of brilliant colors, large flowers, etc. and dated 1902 inside cover Additional Photo: One; Two; Three

    Sold For 150.00

    442. Large ash splint market basket ca. 1850; unusually large rectangular market basket with rectangular large weave base, broad steam bent handle, full depth set and set with nails, double rod rail and every other splint wrapping over rail, 28"x 18"x 15 1/2"

    Sold For 230.00

    443. Hair art memorial in oval walnut frame ca. 1900-1930; central cross surrounded by oval floral wreath design hand crafted on a wrapped wire base and mounted in a molded deep well frame and oval shadow box case, 17"x 19 1/2"x 4"

    Sold For 130.00

    444. Victorian era wax flower dome ca. 1920; hand-crafted wax flower display in a turned walnut vase with flowers on wire and mounted to a globe shaped wire frame and vase surrounded by a wreath of wax flowers all on a turned mahogany base and under a large glass dome, 13"d base, 17 1/2"h

    Sold For 130.00

    445. Brass lidded copper bed warmer ca. 1840-1880; dovetailed copper pan set with a wrought iron frame, long handle with cloverleaf top, brass domed lid with spiderweb piercework decoration hinged from socket around handle, 11"d, 4 1/2"h pan, 48" overall length Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 35.00

    446. Grain paint decorated arch top trunk ca. 1820-1850; early traveler domed top trunk in softwood with red grain paint decoration, wrought iron heart shaped backs on drop handles and arch top lid with secondary wrought iron hasp and keeper, 30"x 16"x 13 1/2"

    Sold For 55.00

    447. PA folk art decorated ice cream cooler ca. 1950s; PA German folk art decorated double wall cooler made from an antique cylinder butter churn with a lift lid on a wrapped strap hinge, keeper hasp, comical PA Dutch exaggerations on lid, side of cylinder painted yellow with compass, pinwheel, stars, tulip, hex sign, etc., 15"d, 16 1/2'h Additional Photo: One; Two

    Sold For 55.00

    448. Cast iron tea kettle ca. 1880-1910; four quart cast iron domed kettle with gooseneck spout, rivet fastened spade cusp fixed handle and original cast iron knob, 9 1/2"d, 5" spout, 12"h

    Sold For 45.00

    449. Miniature Cleveland & Thurman campaign jug ca. 1888 election; small pottery/stoneware jug with bowtie U.S. Flag on pin with small paper label "Cleveland & Thurman", 1 1/2"d, 3/4" jug, 1"x 1 1/2" pin

    Sold For 190.00

    450. Henry Troemner 80-B 20kg steelyard scales ca. 1900-1920s; cast iron table top scales with large iron round plate with three slide bar balance system and brass tag "PSC 3-8831" by Henry Troemner, 33 1/2"x 11"x 10"

    Sold For 35.00

    451. Jydsk Danish made desk phone ca. 1930s; hand crank black tin box desk phone produced by Emil Mollers of Denmark with hand set cradle on top of box, nickel plated hand set with plastic grip, earpiece and horn mouthpiece with case labeled "Jydsk Telefon Aktieselskab", 7"x 5"x 13" base, 10" hand set

    Sold For 150.00

    452. Rare child's potty bench ca. 18th-19th century; unusual "two-holer" potty bench in softwood with early scrub surface and apron and back rail decoratively cut with mustache and tombstone design, 27"x 9 1/2"x 17 1/2" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 375.00

    453. 6 piece feather Christmas yard fencing set ca. 1930-1950s; six part German made "Putz" Christmas yard fencing set with 2 1/2" high green died feather trees with red ball top mounted in 10" long pine bases with two arch gates and four straight sets, 9 3/4"x 1"x 3"- 4 1/2"

    Sold For 110.00

    454. Softwood arch top traveler's chest ca. mid 19th century; softwood traveler's chest with single piece steam bent lid, wrought iron drop handles on heart plate backs, original catch plate lock with red, brown and black graining and gold band accent, 30"x 16"x 12 1/4"

    Sold For 60.00

    455. Friesian carved oak foot settle chest ca. 17th-18th century; unusual designed Jacobean style chest with two lift lid hatch doors, spire tipped arch end boards with intricated sunflower/sunburst design and front and side panels with carved lattice design, 32"x 16"x 23 1/2" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 100.00

    456. Willow banded milled corn storage cask ca. 1860; tapered tall cask in a similar shape to a dasher style churn with tall staves, wooden bottom and split bands, 9"-10"d, 29"h

    Sold For 220.00

    457. 5 gallon spouted water can ca. 1900; 5 gallon tin bucket with wire pail swing handle, large tapered spout, hinged lid, domed lid with arched tin handle and early japanning tole wash, 11 1/4"d, 16"h

    Sold For 50.00

    458. 1854 bench mount flax hatchel ca. 1850s; bench mounted hatchel for working flax to linen, having an oak board shielded with tin and a series of hand wrought spikes driven through the plank, tin plated side nail punch dated 1854 with one original bolt and nut and a small skin of linen, 12"x 3"x 3 1/2"

    Sold For 55.00

    459. 2 part pedestal base kerosene lamp ca. 1885; two tier molded milk glass base with brass socket lamp having a three mold clear "eyes and ties" pattern font with original "P&A Mfg. Pat. Aug 1, 1885" patent, burner in thread and a frosted glass floral frond design shade on a round brass collar, 7 1/4"d, 18 1/2"h

    Sold For 30.00

    460. Red painted doll cradle ca. 1890; homemade cradle with ornamental scroll decorated raised side, scroll top ends and runners extending beyond base of bottom, all with a varnished surface and red paint/stain wash, 27 1/2"-29 3/4"x 7 1/2"-11 1/4"x 11 1/2"

    Sold For 25.00

    461. Pieced quilt in block on point pattern ca. early 20th century; block on point pattern surrounded by purple printed cotton border, blue and white checked cotton back, front rolled to back for hem, parallel and cross hatch linen quilting with white thread and embroidered center block "MSM", 82"x 82" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 100.00

    462. Block twill weave geometric coverlet  ca. mid 19th century; orange, black and blue wool with self fringes on sides and bottom, rolled top hem and center seam, 86"x 76"

    Sold For 25.00

    463. Twill weave blue & white geometric coverlet signed "PH" ca. mid 19th century; blue and white wool twill weave coverlet with rolled top and bottom hems and center hand sewn seam, 84"x 72" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 30.00

    464. Twill weave blanket ca. mid 1800s; orange, yellow and blue wool twill weave blanket with center seam, self fringed sides and bottom edges and machine sewn top hem, 82"x 72"

    Sold For 45.00

    465. Framed Elizabeth Barrick cotton sampler ca. 1817; sampler with traditional upper lines of letters and artist name and panel with "Elizabeth Barrick was born… the year of our Lord 180" (unfinished) and the lower panel having ornamental flower basket and crown designs

    Sold For 60.00

    466. Fine floral design hooked rug ca. 1940; fine central oval floral design of a red and green flower vine on cream background surrounded by a gray and black oval band, floral accents in corners and consignor note "Made by Mrs. Arthur Brenize of Franklin Co., PA", 46"x 27"

    Sold For 150.00

    467. "Jacob's Ladder" hooked rug ca. 1940-1950s; rectangular rug with multi-color floral panels on each end of central "Jacob's Ladder" design with interior having individual bar lines of various colors and consignor note "Made by Mrs. Arthur Brenize of Franklin Co., PA", 45"x 26 1/2"

    Sold For 70.00

    468. Hooked wool "Tom Turkey" rug ca. 1950-1970s; rag carpet hooked rug with colorful crowning turkey with a raised head, cock's comb and red beard on a gray field bound with bars design accent, 32"x 35"

    Sold For 210.00

    469. Framed Mary Sagrott sampler ca. 7-10-1835 dated; silk accent thread on linen fabric sampler by Mary Sagrott, New Market with a full floral band interior accented with tall flower baskets, swans, running stag and Adam and Eve at tree of life vignettes and central text reading "All you my friends who now do wish to see..." in an ogee bird's eye maple frame, 16 1/2"x 19 1/2"x 1 1/4" framed

    Sold For 260.00

    470. Framed muslin & silk sampler ca. 9-15 dated; primitive form sampler on muslin/tobacco cloth with ten lines of Arabic, cursive and lowercase letters in light blue, green, brown, cream and salmon colors with 9-15 in lower left corner, initials "SP" in lower right corner and framed in a veneered sloped frame, 7 1/2"x 12 1/4" sampler; 14"x 19" frame

    Sold For 95.00

    471. 3 blue & white striped bedding fabrics ca. mid 19th century; one heavy blue and white cotton linen with hand sewn seams and machine sewn top and bottom edges; Blue and white striped, each open on one end

    Sold For 60.00

    472. Blue & white geometric weave coverlet ca. mid 19th century; geometric block design coverlet of blue wool and white cotton warp and weft with applied fringe to sides and bottom, rolled top hem and handsewn center seam

    Sold For 30.00

    473. 2 double weave coverlets ca. mid 19th century; double weave coverlet in white cotton and blue wool block design with a center seam; blue, red and white double weave coverlet in white cotton and red, dark and light blue wool with a center seam, rolled top edge and fringed on bottom

    Sold For 30.00

    474. Blanket chest ca. 1800; dovetailed constructed chest with the top opening to the interior with left side till and storage compartment over two drawers and resting on the original straight bracket feet, 50"x 25"x 29 1/2"

    Sold For 190.00

    475. Bench ca. 1820; softwood with mortised top resting on shaped bootjack sides, 72 1/2"x 12 3/4"x 18"

    Sold For 270.00

    476. American tall case clock ca. 1810; eight day time and bell strike weight driven movement with painted iron dial in a walnut case with walnut veneers and crotched walnut trunk door and base, resting on French feet, Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 775.00

    477. Corner cupboard ca. 1820; a two part cabinet in cherry with a cove molded top over a twelve light door with brass pull and H hinges over a single drawer over two doors with recessed panels over ogee feet, 46"x 32"x 82"

    Sold For 290.00

    478. R. Drew Lausch Windsor side chair ca. late 20th century; Ephrata, PA, finely crafted reproduction Windsor side chair with shaped crest railed terminating in volute carved ears on a seven rod back resting on a seat struck "RDL" supported by a H-stretcher base with turned legs; 23 1/2" x 20" x 37 1/4"

    Sold For 90.00

    479. Walter Steely Windsor arm chair ca. late 20th century; Lititz, PA, shaped crest rail terminating in volute carved ears on a seven spindle back mounted to a shaped seat initialed "W.S." and supported by a H-stretcher base with turned legs; 26" x 20" x 42"

    Sold For 240.00

    480. John Shelly Windsor arm rocker ca. late 20th century; Manheim, PA, shaped crest rail terminating in volute carved ears supported by 13 spindles over a bent back support that terminates in knuckled ends; signed shaped seat supported by H-stretcher base, turned legs, and cheese cutter rocker; 25" x 31"x 44 1/4" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 55.00

    481. Oversized harvest basket ca. 1830-1860; oak splint rectangular basket with have sides, double splint rails fastened with round head nails; 44" x 32" x 20"

    Sold For 400.00

    482. Softwood tavern table ca. mid 18th century; three board top secured to pin constructed base containing two dovetailed drawers and resting on round legs terminating in pad feet; 36" x 31 1/2" x 30"

    Sold For 160.00

    483. Walnut tapered leg stand ca. late 18th century; single board top with simple round nosing pinned to mortise & pin constructed base with tapered legs having side bead molding; 20 1/2" x 20 1/2" x 26 1/2"

    Sold For 70.00

    484. Set of 6 J. Swint Chairs ca. mid 19th century; rod back plank bottom chairs with later dark green base paint & floral decoration; each chair is struck "J. Swint / Chairmaker / Lancaster, PA" and has a Horning Chair Shop label for the later paint decoration; 17 1/2" x 20" x 32 1/4" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 280.00

    485. Tavern table ca. 1790; walnut table with a rectangular top over a single drawer with bale pull over turned legs with a box stretcher base, 47 1/2"x 28 1/2"x 29" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 80.00

    486. Card table ca. 1830; mahogany table with swing leg to support top, concave sides and serpentine front with drawer supported by boldly carved and fluted legs ending in ball feet, 35 1/4"x 18 1/2"x 29 3/4"

    Sold For 400.00

    487. New England tall case clock ca. 1810; eight day time and strike weight driven movement with a painted iron dial in a mahogany and mahogany veneered and inlaid case; the hood with fret work top and three finials over two fluted columns with brass capitals and bases over the trunk with inlays and fluted quarter columns flanking the rectangular door over the base with French feet, 19"x 9 3/4"x 93 1/2" Additional Photo: One

    Sold For 1,700.00

    488. Decorated blanket chest ca. 1820; lift lid chest opening to left side till and compartment, butt hinges, and resting on original bracket feet, 43"x 21"x 23"

    Sold For 55.00

    489. Blanket chest ca. 1895; salmon painted chest in nailed construction with lid opening to compartment with right side till and lined with Harper's Bazaar papers from the 1890s, all resting on bracket feet, 41"x 16 1/2"x 20"

    Sold For 350.00

    490. Painted chimney cupboard ca. late 19th century; gray/green primitive softwood cupboard with single door attached by butt hinges, sides of cupboard terminated in high feet; 24 1/2" x 13 3/4" x 58"

    Sold For 160.00

    491. Set of 6 brown paint decorated chairs ca. mid-late 19th century; boot jack back shaped back chairs in brown paint with floral decoration; 15 1/2" x 17" x 34 3/4"

    Sold For 100.00