*SOLD* G874 IMPORANT EARLY 19TH CENTURY SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA FOOD SAFE/ CLOSET in the best dry blue paint, , with 12 hand punched tins , top with applied angled cornice, above two hinged doors, each fitted with three tin panels nailed to the frames, hand-punched with central diamonds and corner five-point stars, concealing two fixed shelves having molded front edges, over two fielded-panel doors concealing one removable shelf
G865 19th Century New England Hepplewhite painted pine one drawer table featuring rectangular one-board top over a single full dovetailed drawer, raised on fine square-tapered legs. Pine secondary wood. Retains original salmon/bittersweet painted surface. Circa 1820.
*SOLD* G883 Early 19th century Western Pennsylvania very unusual Window Seal Cupboard, with a single panel door which is full mortised and pinned, also with applied bracket base. The back of the cupboard has a single wide board, the construction is all square nailed, in an old slate blue paint, the interior of the cupboard is nice and clean with four shelfs Circa 1800- 1820
G842 New England original painted tall footed pine blanket chest / mule chest featuring six-board, nailed construction with applied edge molding around the hinged lid, with a full dovetailed drawer below, all flanked by solid ends boasting a high, unusual cut-out "whale's tail" profile to base. Retains original hinges and fine green-painted surface.
G832 Pristine New England oval finger lapped pantry box in original dry, red paint.
G838 New England oval finger lapped pantry box with great old blue paint. Stamped on bottom with "HS" and "W".
G839 Early 19th century oval finger lap Pantry Box , poplar/basswood and oak, oval form with tacked finger-lap and wooden-pin construction. Retains its original cranberry red-paint
*SOLD* G859 American Folk Art “Forget Me Not” hand-hooked rug on burlap. Rectangular form, depicting a flying dove holding a sign that reads, "FORGET ME NOT" with red flower motifs to each corner, all on a striated field, applied binding to two side edges. Mounted to fabric on a wooden stretcher for hanging. Late 19th century.
RM1327 Very unique, signed, Folk Art hunting scene depicting a Coon Dog treeing a Raccoon. High quality hand-carved Coon dog and Raccoon. Signed on bottom, “Manis".
*SOLD* G856 19th century Southern diminutive oval Stool in the original blue paint. Very unusual size with an arched apron that is mortised into the legs that boast cut-out ends. Square head nailed construction.
G882 Group of six, double-sided painted sheet metal Shore bird silhouettes nicely mounted on a piece of driftwood. Each bird has a rolled and tapered applied metal bill and is painted on both sides. Excellent workmanship! Circa 1930-1940s.
*SOLD* G811 Late 18th century New England blue painted large Beehive wooden bowl. It is out of round. Bold form with broad inner rim tapering subtly downward, showing strong evidence of slow lathe turning and resting on slightly raised foot.
G843 19th century Mustard painted small Bench featuring one-board top with doubled mortised, applied sides, and through-mortised supports legs with scrolled profile. Retains an old mustard-yellow painted surface over earlier red.
*SOLD* G873 Late 19th century American Folk Art painted wood and tin double-sided Trade Sign, featuring white lettering against a black background that reads: "THE GARMENT STORE". Signed by the artist, “PEARCE”, in the lower right corner of each side. Rectangular metal sign with applied wooden molded frame.
G868 American Folk Art cut out sheet iron Canada Goose confidence decoy. with two-part body raised on riveted supports. Original weathered, painted surface. Presented on a wooden base. Circa 1930.
G858 American School Hunting / Sporting scene. Oil on canvas, depicting a bird dog with ring-neck pheasant in its mouth.
G661 Mid 19th century Lancaster County, open well Drysink. The well is over two, fully mortised and pegged, panel doors. One-board end construction with a nice high cut out foot, in old salmon paint over the original gray paint. Circa 1850.
**SOLD** G887 Lifesized painted Belsnickle Santa with tree - signed by the Artist Bonnie Barrett Boardwalk Original and dated 1991 cutout painting. , Life-like and life-size Santa
*SOLD* RM1328 Mid 19th century Centre County, Pennsylvania bed steps / utility steps in original black paint. All square head nail construction. Circa 1850.
*SOLD* G863 BOLD LANASTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, VIBRANT YELLOW PAINTED PINE CORNER CUPBOARD. Two-piece construction, the upper section with applied complex-molded cornice over glazed door of arched profile, interior of the cupboard is a dry bittersweet red.
G877 DELAWARE RIVER VALLEY PAINTED LADDERBACK ARM CHAIR, featuring fine turnings. Retains an old black-painted surface. Late 18th/early 19th century.
G864 19th century New England 15 drawer Apothecary. Overhanging top above a bank of 15 graduated drawers, in rows of three, flanked by solid ends. The drawer interiors display evidence of several color traces indicating it was possibly used to store different pigments.
G866 NEW ENGLAND RED PAINTED LIFT LID WRITING DESK, circa 1820 featuring shaped backsplash, hinged lid concealing shallow well, and pencil post legs with beveled-edge profile, period pencil inscriptions to underside of lid. Retains an original red-painted surface.
G759 Early 19th century Pennsylvania beautiful original gray painted Wall Shelf. Classic lines with nice applied molding underneath the top and five molded panels with alternating wood grain within each section to add visual appeal. All square head nail construction. White pine wood.
**SOLD** G880 Important Southern diminutive early 19th century tabletop chest with hinged rectangular lid with applied molded edges over a square and tee- nailed case having a divided interior above a single functional, nailed construction drawer, flanked by solid ends with arched cut outs for the base. Underside of lid has multiple inscriptions written in pencil - including "Mabel Bailey / 1861". Retains an early blue painted surface over original red paint. Circa 1800-1820. Shenandoah Valley, Virginia.
G835 Fantastic New England original green painted pantry box. Steamed and bentwood pine, poplar/basswood, and maple, oval form secured with tacked opposing finger-lap and wooden-pin construction.
G862 GRENFELL FOLK ART PICTORIAL HOOKED MAT depicting a flying Canada Goose with evergreen trees lining the bottom edge. Very tiny colored fabric strips hand hooked on rectangular piece of burlap. Mounted and ready to hang.
G833 New England Pumpkin red painted steamed and bentwood oval shaped pantry box. Uncleaned surface , pine and maple, oval form with opposing finger-lap secured with tacks and wooden-pins. Retains original painted surface.
**SOLD** G844 19th century American painted treen sugar bucket / firkin in G844 19th century American painted treen sugar bucket / firkin in beautiful chrome-yellow painted surface. Covered bucket with coopered staves, lapped bentwood bands and bail handle.
G831 Exceptional New England painted miniature blanket chest. Rectangular, six board dovetailed form with mortised til inside that features a slide top lid. Pine wood with applied walnut molding with its original hinges and lock. Retains the original beautiful dry red-painted surface and blue-painted interior.
G860 AMERICAN FOLK ART HUNTING / SPORTING SCENE PICTORIAL HOOKED RUG, rectangular form, depicting a hunter with dog pointing a rifle at a stag deer, background featuring trees and a cabin. Mounted to fabric on a wooden stretcher for hanging.
G854 Original Blue Painted Round Wooden Pantry Box in excellent old robin egg blue paint. Thick-walled, steamed and bentwood construction secured with tacks and wooden-pins. Circa 1880. Natural patina on the inside.
RM1326 Late 19th century Southern wall box featuring three individual pockets and sawtooth cutout around the top edge in original dark brown paint. The wood is yellow pine. Hole in top for hanging purposes
G852 New England thick-walled, round pantry box in original mustard painted surface. Steamed and bentwood construction secured with tacks and wooden-pins. Circa 1880. Natural patina on the inside.
G857 Late 19th century Lancaster, Pennsylvania splay leg pumpkin painted Bench featuring cut-out supports and shaped sides. One board construction, all original circa 1880.
G870 SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA PAINTED STAVE-TYPE WOVEN-SPLINT BASKET, white oak, circular form with X-wrapped rim, kick-up to bottom, and arched handle. Retains an old blue/green-painted surface. Probably by one of the Nichols family of basketmakers from Page/Rockingham Co., VA.
G819 19th century identified pantry box stamped "J. BURR" in the center of the bottom with steamed and bent sides secured with tacks and tiny wooden pegs.
G872 WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED STONEWARE CANNER CROCK, approximately one-quart capacity, tall cylindrical form with grooved wax-seal rim, Albany-slip glazed interior. Brushed cobalt three-stripe decoration.
**SOLD** G861 GRENFELL FOLK ART CANADA GOOSE PICTORIAL HOOKED MAT -a circular form depicting a Canada goose flying over a body of water. Tiny colored fabric strips hand-hooked on burlap. Mounted to fabric on a wooden panel for hanging. Grenfell Mission, northern Newfoundland in Labrador, Canada. Circa 1920.
G806 Spectacular mid 1800's Tall Clock in original red and black paint decoration that simulates the grain pattern of mahogany wood. Made in Bridgeton, Maine - with hand painted dial face and wooden works made by "R. Whiting, Winchester".
**SOLD** G808 19th century original bittersweet and black painted double-sided game board featuring Parcheesi on one side and Checkers on the reverse side. Applied molded edge secured with square nails
G822 Early 19th century country Hepplewhite paint decorated table with decorative cut out backsplash secured with square head nails. Circa 1820 Base is fully mortised and pegged, top is secured with square head nails.
*SOLD* G816 Early 19th century New England wooden Seed holder possible Shaker in original blue paint. Dovetailed case with applied molding around bottom and mortised dividers inside. Individually removable wooden lids for each side of the box show hand hewn marks on each end.
G821 19th century Original dark green painted firkin with staved sides and steamed and bent handle secured with wooden pegs. The finger lapped bands are secured with tacks and one tiny staple at the very tip of each band. Very sturdy. Great natural patina inside. Wear indicative of age.
**SOLD** MW1 Late 19th century Farrier's tool box in original blue paint. Canted sides with wooden center post surrounding an iron handle for carrying. There is an attached wooden tray on each end for tacks/nails and small tools. The trays are suspended which allows the bottom section to be open the length of the carrier, enabling the storage for longer handled tools.
G824 18th century Pennsylvania original red painted three tier bucket bench with mortised shelves and small applied molding backsplash. Rosehead and square head nail construction. Tapered sides with nice cut out feet. All original.
G809 19th century wooden Backgammon game board painted on a single board with original dark Windsor-green, red and mustard paint with applied molded edge secured with tiny square head nails. The applied divider in the middle of the game board is mortised into the side molding - and is also secured with tiny square head nails. Identified on the back "Morrison Horton"
G810 Bautiful late 18h century original dry Red painted beehive turned wooden bowl with great turnings, nice lipped edge and incised foot Out of round.
**SOLD** G829 Early 19th century Pennsylvania original mustard painted Hepplewhite table with one dovetailed drawer that retains its original knob. One board top is secured with square head nails.
**SOLD** G807 Large Checkerboard with applied molded edge, and separate applied molding that creates a section for checkers in original yellow and black paint. on a single board wide board.
RM1324 Late 18th Century Lancaster County, Pennsylvania hand carved and folk decorated powder horn with wooden bottom that is adorned with several different carved rings, patterns and symbols. Retains its original red and blue paint.
**SOLD** G825 Wonderful miniature original green and red painted woven basket with sturdy notched handle and double wrapped rim. No breaks.
**SOLD** G813 Exceptionally detailed hand-carved butter press with alternating relief-carved hearts and deep leaves in a pinwheel pattern and notched edge. Solid wood with great patina.
G827 Original Apple green painted tightly woven basket with high notched handle and nicely double wrapped rim and woven bump up center on the bottom. Very sturdy with great wear.
G817 19th century identified original red painted pantry box best of the best, with steamed and bent sides secured with tiny wooden pegs and tacks. Stamped "S. PAGE" in the center of the lid. Great natural patina inside. Very sturdy. Image Properties
G830 Early Canvasback Drake by John B. Graham (1822-1912) Charlestown, MD, working repaint with great form with a fat body branded on underside with a (3) Though John Graham was a cabinet maker, guide, market hunter and Charlestown's undertaker, he still found time to produce large quantities of decoys between the 1840's and 1880's.
RM1325 Rare Charles Barnard (1876-1958) Canvasback Drake decoy from upper Chesapeake Bay branded on bottom with a "G" for the name Gabler rig
*SOLD* G429 Late 19th century period blue painted, very unusual small form, stepback Cupboard from Pennsylvania, wonderful simple form having two plank doors over four dovetailed drawers, over a single plank door at the bottom.
D513 Eastern Shore Maryland gathering basket very unususl form and shape with original white and soldier blue paint. with a double wrapped rim, nice high steamed and bent handle, the Basket is very well made and is nice and tight and in great condition
G802 A great 19th century Checkerboard or Game Board in its original beautiful dry green and red and black painted untouched surface. The Game Board is painted on a single board with bread board ends which was applied to keep the board from warping. Found in West Virginia in a private collection
G805 19th century hand hooked rug depicting two large swans facing one another in what appears to be a small pond – with a large plant depicted in the background between the two swans. Each top corner features a vine with rosebuds, and two rosebud vines facing each other creates a border along the bottom. Wool hooked on burlap.
*SOLD* G804 Mid 20th century Wonderful Americana, folk art painting. The work depicts a very traditional Santa scene with bag of toys on his back. The work is very colorful and is painted on an old board. It is signed on the bottom right.
**SOLD** G760 Folk Art wooden block-cut style Sailor whirligig mounted on a hand carved wooden arrow directional. The Arrow is all natural patina, the Sailor features an original black and white hand painted uniform and hair/facial details
*SOLD* G647 19th century Pennsylvania red painted Dutch Cupboard - circa 1820 is two-piece with the upper piece having applied cornice above two six-pane doors over four smaller dovetailed drawers. The interior of the cupboard still retains its original paint and one shelf has a spoon rack. The lower piece has two dovetailed drawers over two panel doors, mortised and pinned, raised ogee bracket feet.
G257 19th century Pennsylvania Miniature chest of drawers, with original black paint and four dovetailed drawers. The drawers are completely functional, the wood is walnut. Some were intended to hold small trinkets others were children's toys.
*SOLD* G800 Late 19th century wooden framed mirror featuring hand painted cherry blossoms, a swallow and small sailboats on a dry blue background. Solid wood, mortised construction with damage to one corner of frame.
G801 Group of six carved Shore Birds mounted on a base made to look like a sifter or bait box. Each bird features defined carved wings, long wooden bills, glass eyes and retain their original painted surface
*SOLD* G616 Large Curlew shore bird decoy with defined wings and long, downward curved wooden bill. Hand hewn marks throughout the body.
G795 Wooden advertising trade sign in the shape of a large Ice Cream cone - advertising “Ice Cream 5c”
G798 Late18th century or early 20th century Copper teapot with gooseneck shaped spout, acorn finial on lid, and brass handle. There is a ‘5’ stamped into the top of the handle, no other markings are evident.
*SOLD* G757 Beautiful, soldier blue painted wooden hat stand featuring a sturdy rounded solid-wood top Millinery display!
*SOLD* G803 Trade Sign Advertising Fresh Oysters- Good to Eat? painted on board with an applied molding, which has been notched and bent to fit the oval sign. Great artwork on the Gentlemen, he is enjoying a plate of Oysters.
*SOLD* G796 Early 20th century metal Advertising cabinet for “Hygrade Line Automotive Products Service Parts for Fuel Pumps Manufactured by Hygrade Products Co., New York, N.Y.”
E165 Chest over drawers, Circa 1780 - having an applied molded top with snipe hinges above a blanket box with three faux drawers above two dovetailed drawers with early hardware. Overhanging thumb-molded drawer fronts. The case is raised on a tall bracket base having an excellent profile. Constructed of pine; retaining a good original salmon painted surface.
*SOLD* G755 19th century Pennslyvania wall Shelf , in the original pewter gray paint, circa 1820 one wide board back with a double drop cut out, the wood is pine, with shaped supports on each end
U454 Pennsylvania 18th to early 19th century gray painted Turned Wooden Bowl. Original painted surface with nice wear. great wear to the paint out of round
*SOLD* G753 Late 18th century New England Kas, with beautiful original blue paint, with two inset panels on each doors, with two panels on each side, with a single bead around each panel. Both doors are full mortised and pegged, The interior of the Kas has four full shelves with old natural patina . Nice high foot with a deep outstanding projecting crown molding on the top. Rose head nail construction .
R94 Original grey painted New England Mid 19th century Firkin Constructed of wooden staves and pegs, bentwood handle and lap joints, copper tacks on the bands in place with the original lite grey paint , in in very good conditiong
*SOLD* G774 19th century New England set of four drawers with applied bracket base in a green sponge decorated paint. Dovetailed drawers will small brass knobs. The wood is pine with a one board top .
**SOLD** G761 Folk Art wooden, block cut style Sailor whirligig featuring original blue and white painted uniform complete with broad white collar a small white anchor on front of the uniform, applied black painted wooden boots, hand painted hair and facial details add distinct charm to this piece,
G769 Tin lantern with decorative cut out vents at top of stars, four glass sides with four rounded wires around body to protect fingers/hands from hot glass. Sliding metal with glass door on back raises for access to inside. with candle holder inside
G793 Large hand carved wooden white Swan from Eastern Shore Maryland, wonderful for with a slightly turned head, tack eyes, the body was hollowed out to keep it from splitting unknown carver.
**SOLD** G785 Early 19th century Lancaster County, Pennsylvania diminutive blanket chest in original dry pumpkin paint. Six board dovetailed construction with applied dovetailed bracket base featuring nice cut outs, applied molding around three sides of the lid secured by small square head nails and small lidded glove till mortised inside.
E71 Early 20th century Maryland cut-out sheet iron folk art hunting dog weathervane, circa 1930. Found on Eastern Shore Maryland mounted on a later wooden base for displaying
*SOLD* RM1302 New England small wooden Beehive painted Bowl, out of round , ca. late 18th to early 19th century. Bold form, with small rim tapering subtlely downward, showing strong evidence of slow lathe turning,
RM1321 19th century New England wall box in original robin egg blue painted surface. Nicely shaped backboard with a canted pocket. All original, square head nail construction.
RM1323 19th century pantry box in dry old gray paint, featuring a slot cut in one side for coins/tokens. Steamed and bentwood construction secured with tiny tacks. Very sturdy.
E70 mid-20th century Wooden Trade Sign for Barlett art Supplies Circa 1940s: Unusual and well done wooden trade sign for "Barlett " . Collectors of trade signs will appreciate the talented brush work and typographical flair this sign maker exhibited. Note how the brush was made and applied to the back of the sign A[O1] metal band was applied to the outside edge to reinforce it on both sides. With it’s original iron hooks for hanging.
G791 Merganzer decoy – branded “HENDRICKS” on bottom. Possibly from the Hooper’s Island, Maryland area. Carver unknown.
G777 Early full body hand carved Shore Bird, retains most of it’s original paint, rose head nail for the beak. Show sign of heavy use with shot marks through out the body Found on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, This is a great piece of Americana folk art carver unknow . A
G792 Canvasback Hen Decoy attributed to Madison Mitchell in original working paint.
*SOLD* RM1322 Early 19th century, Pennsylvania long, solid wood wall shelf in wonderful old yellow paint featuring seven wooden shelf supports, shaped ends and a molded front edge around the top. Pine wood, square head nail construction.
G788 19th century Bethania, North Carolina (Forsyth County) one door cupboard in original green paint. There is writing along the edge of the top batten on the door that reads - in script letters - "M A Y 1871" and is followed by another, smaller, script letter M. All square head nail construction with tall cut out feet. Clean interior with wonderful natural patina. Great size and condition!
*SOLD* G780 Peacock Weathervane Early to mid 19th century in excellent original paint, it has glass eyes with a marvelouse applied scaltural tail, beautiful paint color of green brown and red, Mount on stand for displaying
G772 Late 19th century hand hooked rug depicting a single Guernsey Cow on a background of greens and browns, with the maker's initials "PH" hooked in the lower right corner.
*SOLD* G767 Early 20h century original painted wooden Folk Art sign reading - "Ride the Champion 10c" - These colorful signs originally accompanied the mechanical coin operated horses made by Bally Company of Chicago, IL, who created a replica of Gene Autreys horse, "Champion"
*SOLD* G784 Late 19th century New England beautiful yellow painted wall box / shelf very unusual large size ,with two drawers and a high arched back with hole for hanging. Each of the two drawers has beveled fronts and multiple dividers inside - indicative of use for perhaps spices. The drawer stretchers are mortised into the front.
E484 19th century York County Pennsylvania diminutive Blanket Chest , in the original yellow paint. Simple applied bracket base as well as a molded lid. Circa 1860
G746 Early 19tth century Pennsylvania Chimney Cupboard, the door has double panels, that is full mortised and pin. Small lamps tongue corners, the case of the cupboard is dovetailed with a nice high cut out base. The wood is pine circa 1820
G786 Earlie Talbot County Maryland Elliott brother's canvasback hen Decoy, old working repaint, branded J.M. D. in very good condition
G781 20th century hand carved and painted Ram carved by Dan Strawser Sr featuring prominent curved horns, chin beard, and detailed painted facial features, and black painted hooves along with black painted spots throughout its body. Great piece of hand carved folk art!
G787 Early 19th century Pennsylvania canning cupboard in old dry red paint. Open top with two batten doors below. Beaded edge around door/openings and nice cut out feet. All square head nail construction. Nice wear and patina indicative of age and use.
*SOLD* G768 Early 20th century Double sided wooden sign advertising "FOOD" - Black letters with slight shading on a mustard yellow colored background. Black pin striping detail around the edges adds nice appeal. Small hole in each corner for hanging purposes.
G783 19th century New England dry indigo painted Wooden Firkin, tongue and groove softwood staved sides, tapered lap joint wood bands, bent wood handle with wood peg attachments Painted pine firkin,
G775 18th century Pewter Flagon / Pitcher / Tankard with prominent spout, acorn finial on lid, distinct curved handle and nicely carved, and shaped thumbpiece on lid.
G773 19th century Baltimore Striper crock with wide, flat topped, wax sealer rim that tapers to tooled shoulders and down to straight sides and a cylindrical bottom. Nicely decorated with three prominent cobalt blue stripes. Slightly tilted across top.
*SOLD* G762 Early 20th century Pewter Inkwell with hinged lid marked "property of Waldorf Astoria" on bottom. Complete with internal ink chamber marked " Sengbusch Self-Closing Inkstand Co. Milwaukee, Wis. Pat. Sept. 1-14.", removeable drip tray, attached pen holder brackets, and a very intricately dyed and tooled leather-covered steel point, quill-style pen with nib.
*SOLD* G782 American, 20th Century Folk Art Bird Tree, with nine diffeerent beautiful polychrome painted and hand carved wooden birds resting on a steamed and bent branchs in a colorful base signed M.K. Scheel
*SOLD* G789 Pennsylvania, original blue painted bench featuring a nice, rounded edge drop apron along the front, ends that are mortised through the top, half-moon cut out feet and a diagonal cross brace that is mortised into the legs. Very sturdy.
*SOLD* G745 18th century New England wood box with three raised panels and beautiful yellow paint. Post-and-panel construction with each of the four corner posts ending in nicely turned feet. The split top boasts bread board ends and the internal center divider is dovetailed into the case.
B422 New England original dry green painted Wooden Firkin, with W. Sugar ( white Sugar) on top, tongue and groove softwood staved sides, tapered lap joint wood bands, bent wood handle with wood peg attachments,
F50 LANCASTER COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA HEPPLEWHITE SIDE TABLE OYSTER WHITE PAINT WITH SMOKE DECORATION Pennsylvania paint-decorated one drawer stand of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania origin. Extensive smoke decoration on an oyster white background. One board tray top which is pegged on with applied raised molding. Dovetailed drawer with slightly rounded drawer front. Circa 1830-1840.
CM1 Wonderful 19th century signed and dated framed still life oil on canvas depicting a basket turned on its side that is full of plums, some strawberries lying on a bed of leaves, peaches, a partially peeled orange and a large pumpkin/gourd in the background. Signature and date in lower right hand side reads: “C. S. Marshall 1893”
*SOLD* E470 19th century Green Grain Painted Miniature Blanket Chest Original 19th century Rare green grained painted blanket chest from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. This pine and poplar blanket chest has the original applied feet and all original hardware
**SOLD** G756 Very rare 19th century Goose Decoy for Crisfield Maryland, with applied sloped head with tack eyes a fine carved short tail, a lot of the original paint is showing. On the bottom of the Decoy you can see square head nails which would have held the original weight. Later they drilled a hold so the decoy could rest on a pole, in the marsh. This Goose decoy id\s all original the carver is unknown circa 1860- 1870
G752 Snow Goose decoy signed and dated in electropen on bottom "R. Madison Mitchell 1982". Madison Mitchell was from Havre De Grace, MD. Original paint with very minor wear. Original weight and rigging intact on bottom. Mitchell was only known for carving a few Snow Goose decoys.
E406 New England vibrantly painted dome lid box, 19th c., retaining its original yellow paint featuring broadly brushed stripes and dabbed green paint decoration. Dovetailed case and square nailed construction with wallpapered interior. Box retains its interior vapor barrier molding
C513 19th century Seven Drawer Spice Cabinet, circa 1880 six small drawers over one large drawer in simple nail construction with old red surface
G729 Trade Sign advertising “Crow Bros.” “San Diego Fleet” with a large, raised circular center featuring a painting of a fishing/shrimp vessel named “Mike’s Place”. Each of the squared corners are accentuated with a painted star and each of the rounded portions on the ends of the sign showcase a very detailed painted anchor with rope. The sign boasts molded-border edges on all sides, including the center circle, with the outer edges being applied molding. The vibrant paint colors, spectacular
F192 19th century American painted wooden advertising bin with hinged lid , stenciled Use Capital Coffee on front and The Ohio Coffee & Spice Co. / Columbus, Ohio top. Red and Black painted "Capital Coffee" Bin - Stenciled on top: "The Ohio Coffee & Spice Co. Columbus O." and "Use Capital Coffee" on front and sides.
G758 Early canvasback Decoy carved by John Graham of Charlestown Maryland 1822-1912 This decoy still has the original iron keel weight with the brand R.M. Vandiver X in old working repaint circa 1880-1900
G231 Early canvasback decoy attributed to Ben Dye (1827-1896) of Perryville, Maryland in working repaint with some original paint showing through. Original iron keel and rigging intact on bottom.
G415 Full sized wooden parade / ceremonial axe in original paint. The completely wooden axe head retains red and silver paint, along with a gold shield shape on one side
RM1319 1800s New England blue painted foot warmer/foot stove featuring nice corner turnings and the original sheet metal ember box boasting five punched heart shapes on each of the sides. The hand pierced circular holes on the sides and top allowed heat to be distributed evenly.
F284 Early 19th century Painted pine table top desk, retaining an old black and red surface, the interior of the Desk has six dovetailed drawers, the case is also dovetailed this is a great small size
RM1036 19th century Hanging Cupboard, in original blue paint, found in New England circa 1880 a great cupboard, with the look f 19th century with double flat panel door which still retains it original iron hinges. The interior has three shelves, it is round nails construction with some square head nails
*SOLD* RM1318 Early 20th century road side wooden sign for Burma-Shave bautiful mustard back ground with black letters painted on one board two sided ,was an American brand of brushless shaving cream, famous for its advertising gimmick of posting humorous rhyming poems on small sequential highway roadside signs. Burma-Shave was introduced in 1925
**SOLD** G198 Early 19th century Pennsylvania blue painted two door flat wall cupboard with two panels per door and wonderful drop apron cut out ends. Dovetailed case with applied molding around the top. The interior has six (including the bottom) sturdy shelves for ample storage. Circa 1820.
*SOLD* G708 Nice, late 19th century blue painted four-sided wooden barn lantern with original wire hinges and handle. Mortised and pegged post construction. The interior has hand-forged metal lining the bottom with a primitive hand forged candle holder and, to deter damage from the flame of the candle, inside the top is also lined in and around the hole cut in the top for ventilation.
*SOLD* G673 Very nice, early 19th century hanging pipe / wall box in original blue paint. Great form with canted sides and lollipop top with a hole for hanging. Square nail construction, with copper added later to cover the bottom edge of the box. Wear and patina indicative of age and use.
G748 Identified, late 19th century New England hand-hooked rug with “Heart in Hand” pattern arranged into a wreath with vines, leaves and floral accents in the center and a hand/heart in each corner.
G731 Late 18th century Shaker style school desk with attached high-backed bench that features half-moon cut out feet. Rose head, tee nail and square nail construction. Retains nice old painted surface. Very unusual and highly functional form with the high-backed bench and desk all connected in one unit with footrests in between. The slats on the back of the bench are fully mortised through the ends.
*SOLD* G751 Beautiful mid-19th century Eastern Shore, Maryland blanket chest in original pumpkin and green paint. Six board, square head nail construction with glove till inside, applied molding around the lid, and a great applied bracket base with nice cut out feet
G743 Mid 19th century Pennsylvania original red painted two door Server with two dovetailed drawers. This very versatile piece features a tall, nicely shaped backsplash attached to tapered sides with applied molding on the top of each side, and nice cut out feet on each end. Molding along the front is rounded on exterior edge and gently tapers down to the top board on the interior edge - . Circa 1850s.
*SOLD* G730 Solid wood Trade Sign advertising “Fresh Shrimp” with vibrant mustard-yellow painted letters with red shadowing and pale yellow highlights. Nice molded edge is painted gold. This mid 20th century Trade Sign was made to look like those of the early 1900s.
G685 “No. 377 Numara-Type Goose Call by Herter’s World Famous Game Calls - Herter’s, Inc. , Waseca, MINN., Since 1893” with original box and Calling Manual (Copyright 1952).
RM1317 Canvasback decoy by Malachi Waterfield (1832-1916) of Knotts Island, NC. Malachi grew up farming
G680a Oversized Canvasback decoy by Madison Mitchell (1901-1993) of Havre De Grace, MD in original paint. Original weight and ring intact on bottom.
**SOLD** G715 Wooden Railroad Station sign for 'Roxburg' - which is located in Warren County, New Jersey - right along the Pennsylvania border. Sign features rounded edges with applied molding and beautiful dark red background with gold lettering outlined in black. The molding is weathered.
sewing BasketRM1316 Lovely Native American lidded basket attributed to the Winnebago Tribe of the Great Lakes / Wisconsin area.
RM1315 Very nice, late 19th century Maryland canted Apple box in original red and blue paint. Very sturdy.
G675 Miniature oval wooden pantry box in old pumpkin paint. Steamed and bentwood sides and rim are securely glued to top and bottom of the box. Fantastic size for top of a stack collection!
G714 1800s oversized Cabbage Cutter/Slaw Board with lollipop top, retaining original natural surface with great patina and wear. Wooden tracks allow the dovetailed wooden carriage to slide smooth and straight over the three blades while also protecting fingers/hands. Slightly curved cut outs on the carriage also help prevent fingers from getting too close to the blades. Hardware and blades are intact, and secure.
*SOLD* G739 19th century beautiful Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, tall, twelve tin pie safe featuring two drawers over two doors resting on turned legs. Original red paint with black decoration surface with remnants of mustard paint on the hand-punched star pattern tins. The initials “SRW” are visible on several of the tins.
*SOLD* G744 18th century Pennsylvania Sheraton style Tavern Table in the original red painted surface. One board, oval, white pine scrubbed top with mixed hardwood base featuring baluster-turned legs secured with box stretchers.Circa 1780
*SOLD* G742 Diminutive, identified and dated 19th century Folk Art Pennsylvania Queen Anne Highboy in old red painted surface over the original mustard paint. Dovetailed case with dovetailed drawer stretchers and four dovetailed drawers that are reinforced with tiny square head and tee nails throughout
*SOLD* G740 Beautiful 19th century Trade Sign that is Forged iron and sheet metal sign depicting two doves with a wreath between their beaks, and leaves below their feet, mounted on an iron sign bracket for hanging. Remnants of white paint on the doves and green paint on the leaves. From a private collection
G733 Canvasback decoy hand carved by Carroll "Wally" Algard (1883-1959) of Charlestown, Maryland with under-cut bill carving, slight neck shelf, old gunning paint, exaggerated sway back that flows to a sharp chime and a low-slung semi paddle tail, weight attached.
*SOLD* G738 Early 20th century tin hollow-heart mold with nicely folded and soldered edges in wonderful old red paint. All solder joints are sturdy. Wear commensurate with age. Circa 1920s.
*SOLD* G735 Folk Art wooden cut out depicting a bird dog in original black and white paint. Painted facial features and spots on the dog add to its character! Circa 1950s.
*SOLD* G737 Late 19th century to early 20th century wooden box with beautiful blue painted exterior and red painted interior. Remnants of a red and black painted “brick” house front are visible on the bottom.
*SOLD* 741 Hand carved primitive folk art wooden replica of a “Barred Rock or Plymouth Rock” chicken with glass eyes and black painted feather details, a short red cone and yellow beak, mounted on a piece of split wood. This is a typical style of the Carver, William Kirkpatrick of Hudson, MA (born in 1939) who’s initials, “WEK”
G732 19th century Pennsylvania wall box with three hand carved and inlaid hearts on the front. This beautiful wall box features a dovetailed drawer, canted lift lid, interesting cutout on back, diamond shaped hole for hanging and three inlaid hearts on the front. Walnut wood. Square head nail construction.
G734 Matching Pair of 19th century single-candle sconces in original old surface. Details such as the nice fluted scallop at the top
G747 Late 19th century to early 20th century hand-hooked rug depicting a dairy Cow on a tan background that is framed by black outlined squares of variegated colors. Cow is hooked in a light mauve color and has both udders and small horns, along with a long black tail. Wool hooked on burlap.
RM1305 19th century Pennsylvania Cutlery tray / knife box with canted sides and slightly raised, delicate cut out handle in fabulous old blue paint over the original red paint.
Red painted sawbuck table featuring a classic design with “X” base supported with cross stretchers and a three-board top with breadboard ends. Great patina and wear indicative of age and years of use. Measurements: 72¼” long x 32” deep x 28¼” tall
*SOLD* G724 Late 19th century Pennsylvania very unusual apothecary in old indigo blue over the original salmon paint, the case of the apothecary is dovetailed, with a nice high display shelf with shaped sides
G728 Trade Sign advertising “Saddleback Seafood Exchange” “Fresh Local Varieties Since 1919” with a large, high relief-carved and painted fish in the center featuring detailed fins, scales, tail, mouth, gills and eye. Scalloped, molded-border edges, and vibrant paint colors add to the overall appeal! This mid 20th century Trade Sign
RM1314 North Carolina style wire and canvas covered Canadian Goose decoy, signed and dated on bottom "Dick Higgins 1960" and is also branded "Dick H" on bottom. All original.
G474 Early Canadian Goose decoy from Virginia. Very unusual carved bird with a long, extended tail. Early working repaint with areas of original paint showing. Circa 1940s. Carver unknown.
G727 Rare Captain - John Smith - Pintail Decoy Ocean City, MD retaining it's original paint with tack eyes in very good condition
SB17 19th century Pennsylvania, large Gothic-style round architectural window. Circa 1860 Beautiful carved details. Old white, very sturdy. Wonderful workmanship
G703 Spectacular 18th century splay leg Pennsylvania two board scrub top table, in beautiful oyster white paint, with two dovetailed drawers. Circa 1790-1810. The drawers are two different sizes, with the left one being 14 3/4” wide and the right one being 20 3/8” wide. The top consists of two wide boards secured together with large butterfly (or “bow tie”) joints on the underside. Wooden pegs that are inserted through two battens underneath the top and extend into the base are what is used to secure the top to the base. Nice, sturdy tapered splayed legs that are mortised and pegged
**SOLD** G725 Mid 19th century Pennsylvania seven drawer apothecary in original dry red painted surface. Dovetailed drawers retaining original knobs. The drawer divers are mortised into the case, and small curved cut outs on the feet/ends add to the visual appeal of this piece! Circa 1850s.
G713 Late 19th century Framed oil painting on board depicting a rooster and several chickens on a step in front of an open door. A wooden bucket sits on the step beside the chickens, and a small bird is painted on the ground in the forefront of the step. Great original surface.
*SOLD* G704 Fantastic early 19th century Pennsylvania one door storage cupboard in dark blue paint over the original red paint featuring an overhanging top with 2 1/4” wide applied molding below and a sturdy, fully mortised and pegged door with two panels that are framed with detailed molding. The applied molding accents on door panels and below the overhanging top, along with the beautiful drop apron on the front
RM1313 Early 19th century New England small wooden beehive turned bowl in original oyster white paint. Bowl is slightly out of round and features a band around the rim tapering downward, showing strong evidence of slow lathe turning, and resting on slightly raised foot.
**SOLD** G718 Late 19th century stunning antique wooden glove lasts come in the form of a hands, date from c1890 and has a wonderful patina.This wooden hand stretche is in 3 parts which slide together
RM1312 Miniature 19th century New England Sea Chest in original paint. Great form with distinctly canted front, applied molding base, brackets on ends and separate glove compartment mortised inside.
**SOLD** G695 Pair of 1966 wall mount Wood Ducks in flight carved by Allen W. Purner (1921-2006) of Elkton, Maryland. Signed and dated on back of each wall bracket
G711 Virginia Pintail Hen Decoy – Slightly turned head, tack eyes set high on head. Carver unknown.
**SOLD** G716 Wonderful early 19th century double sided Trade sign advertising “Colonial Ice Cream Scotia, N.Y.” with the tag line: “Of Course! It’s Colonial”and the logo depicting a lady with a large dish of ice cream and spoon done in black paint. Circa 1920’s.
**SOLD** G654 19th century wooden tall round stool in original nutmeg brown paint. Sturdy plank seat retains excellent wear from years of use and rests on four gracefully tapered turned legs secured by box stretchers.
G719 Spectacular, early 19th century Pennsylvania Linsey-Woolsey Coverlet identified and dated in all four corners: “Mountairy Berks County 1841 Mary Ann Simmers”. Comprised of red and two shades of blue wool woven over linen to create exquisite patterns that are reversible.
G720 Pair of early 19th century identified and dated, framed silhouettes with embossed maker’s marks. Each silhouette is framed with glass in both front and back, with “peek-a-boo” cutouts on the back showing the identity of the subject as well as the date. The Lady is identified as “Mrs. Sheppard 1831” and the Gentleman is identified as “Mr. J Sherwin 1831”
*SOLD* G700 19th century trade sign advertising “Confectionery” “Ice Cream and Cigars” Sign is from Deep River, CT - circa 1880. Hand painted colors include various shades of blues, tans, and black on a cream colored background. Artist incorporated several textures throughout the paint, adding to the appeal of this sign. Great shadowing around the lettering and chamfered edges around the sign. The darker blue around the flower medallion on the right side is a sand painted texture.
*SOLD* G657 18th century Antique New England Tavern table. Circa 1780, pine and maple. One-board oval scrub top held in place with rose head nails on a pegged base with baluster-turned legs joined with a box stretcher base.
G696 19th century rectangular hand-hewn wooden trencher in old green paint over the original green paint. Visible chop marks throughout the underside with shelf-style handles incorporated into the design.
*SOLD*G697 Exceptional 19th century Moravian Chest of Drawers - attributed to Karsten Petersen (1776-1857) of Salem, North Carolina - retaining its beautiful original dry salmon and black painted surface.
*SOLD*G701 Revolutionary War era nautical scene hand painted on the lid of a salvaged Sea Chest. Painted area depicts a prominent ship in the center with tall masts and sails adorning an American flag and two other pennants waving in the wind from the tops of the masts. The ship is surrounded by a blue sky with several fluffy white clouds,
G643 19th century Shenandoah Valley, Virginia dry red painted yellow pine work table with three board rectangular scrub top with clipped corners, over one dovetailed drawer on nicely tapered legs.
*SOLD* G706 19th century Pennsylvania two door storage Cupboard, the case of the cupboard is dovetailed, the doors have three panels surrounded by a single beaded edge, the corners are lambs’ tongue, beautiful double drop apron in front with high cut out ends. Applied cornice molding around the top, the interior is nice and clean circa 1820 in old green painted surface ,1820.
G707 Pewter Compote probably 1870-90's. Simple form, with no markings, hollow base which is weighted.
G636 Doris Stauble Folk Art Flower Arrangement in basket with blueberries and small crabapples Doris Stauble (1917 - 2007) from Wisscesset, Maine. This arrangement is in good condition and consists of many blackberries, in varying degrees of ripeness
G692 Early Flying Goose carved wooden Weathervane on a custom made stand. Exceptional original condition with great natural weathered surface. The tail is mortised into the body, and both legs are individually attached to the body. Just a great piece of American Folk Art. Found off the Cape of Massachusetts. Circa 1930-1940s.
G693 19th century original green painted Mortar and Pestle. Each part is turned from one solid piece of wood. Both the pestle, and the interior of the mortar, retain wonderful natural patina.
G691 Mid 19th century oval single finger-lapped pantry box in original green paint. Box bears the carved initials “V R” on its top, and prominent brush strokes are visible in the paint.
G699 Folk Art carved wooden Milk maid with pail. Carved details include individual posed arms/hands, individual legs, shapely figure, fingers/fingernails, distinct facial features, carved bonnet, dress with collar and apron, and a shaped wooden milk pail with metal handle.
G705 Western Pennsylvania Strip decorated Wax Sealer, circa 1875 straight sided jar with wax sealer rim. decorated with three brushed cobalt strips
G709 Group of Stone Fruit - includes (3) oranges, (2) lemons, (1) pear, (2) figs, (1) banana, (1) plum, (1) nectarine, (5) tangerines, (3) apples
RM1311 Late 19th century Barber pole Trade sign from a Texas estate, Circa 1860s.
*SOLD* G710 Great hooked rug depicting a tan and white Jack Russell dog playing with a red ball. Provenance: from a private collection in Camden, South Carolina. Construction consists of high quality yarns hooked on Monk's cloth,
G625 Wonderful mid 19th century one door storage cupboard from Sussex County, Delaware in the original red and blue paint with a tall black painted applied base. Yellow pine, square nail construction. Original cast iron hinges. Applied molding around the underside of top which is also painted blue.. Circa 1850s.
*SOLD* G618 Fantastic 18th century New England original dry red painted table with one board top boasting bread board ends secured with large rose-head nails, resting on a fully mortised and pegged base with nicely turned legs and pad feet. Circa 1750s.
G640 Arthur E. Glazier (East Berlin, Pennsylvania, 1928-2015) Folk Art oil painting on a reclaimed wooden maple panel featuring a whimsical depiction of a goat pulling a red-painted wagon carrying children, a rooster with four chickens, a boy with hoop and stick, and a young child in a stroller. Trees and a small butterfly can be seen in the background.
*SOLD* G635 Original vintage floral arrangement by folk artist, Doris Stauble (1917-2007) of Wisscesset, Maine, done in an original blue painted thick walled Measure/Pantry Box.
G670 19th century original green painted pantry box with steamed and bent sides secured with tiny wooden pegs and tacks. Great natural patina inside. Very sturdy.
G653 Early 19th century Pennsylvania original green and black paint decorated pine bedside table with tall, dovetailed shaped backsplash that boasts canted and shaped rolled-edge sides. Shelf below with one tightly dovetailed drawer resting on nicely turned legs. Circa 1830s.
G686 Late 19th century oil painting of two fancy chickens standing on straw in the corner of a barn. Painted on board - signed "F. Bezer" in lower left corner. Vibrant colors. Framed
*SOLD* G672 18th century, identified and dated, hand-stitched band sampler by “Susanna Young, Lambourn Berks 1797” in a beautiful birds-eye maple frame. Sampler is stitched with what appears to be cotton threads over linen material and boasts blues, browns, tans, green and ecru colors.
*SOLD* G642 G642 Arthur E. Glazier (East Berlin, Pennsylvania 1928-2015) 20th century Folk Art painted barber pole with Civil War theme. Great turnings with primarily red, white and blue paint.
G646 19th century Pennsylvania one drawer stand in old blue paint over the original red paint. Nice country turnings on legs. Tightly dovetailed drawer with original knob and wear indicative of age. Circa 1830s.
**SOLD** G684 19th century hand made shadow box Diorama depicting a hand carved/painted cabin in the woods with snow on the ground and rooftop, a man swinging an axe to chop on a downed tree, and a man firing a gun into the woods, with a distant mountain range painted in the background. A few of the many three-dimensional details include a “puff” of smoke from the gun, a freshly cut tree stump next to the felled tree
G682 Two hand carved and painted miniature wooden goose decoys mounted on a thin piece of wood. All original. Label on bottom identified to: Edward G. Dietert Easton, MD. Each goose
G268 19th century New England Bail Handle Pantry Box with the original dry windsor green paint ,with over lapping bentwood sides, secured with small metal tacks. The sides of the Box are fitted with a pair of oval stamped tin handle mounts.
G674 19th century miniature oval wooden pantry box with “ELEME FIGS” and a large “C” type logo stenciled on top. Indistinguishable writing on bottom in pencil.
*SOLD* RM1118 Oversized Canvasback Drake Decoy by John B. Graham of Charlestown, MD. This Decoy retains its original paint and is branded 'SGD' on bottom. Working condition as shown, with visible evidence of being shot over. Circa 1900.
G680 Canvasback Decoy carved by Charlie Joiner (1921-2015) of Chestertown, MD. Original paint and retains original iron weight and ring on bottom. Circa mid 1960s.
RM1308 Early 19th century iron “hogscraper” push up candlestick in old red paint.
RM1310 Late 19th century original green painted stool with apron on both sides and nice cut out on ends. Circa 1880s.
RM1309 Late 19th century miniature wooden stool with decorative cut out apron and splayed legs in Spanish red paint. Circa 1890s.
G677 School of Fish Sculpture carved by George W. Combs (1943-2001) of Trappe, MD - Featuring a school of seven (7) hand carved and painted Fish and a carved Starfish on a piece of driftwood. The Fish decoys each have tack eyes and distinctly carved mouths.
G678 Signed, hand carved and painted Fish decoy with glass eyes mounted on a piece of driftwood made by George W. Combs, Jr. (1943-2001)
G687 Canvasback decoy carved by John Graham of Charlestown, MD cleaned to the original paint. Branded '3' on bottom. Retains original ring and weight on bottom. Working condition with visible evidence of being shot over.
*SOLD* F1005 Set of three 19th century graduated sized dry measures in original dry blue painted surfaces.
G671 Late 19th century New England sturdy wooden carrier in original gray paint. Slightly canted sides. Combination of square head and round nail construction. Pine wood. Nice wear and patina throughout. Circa 1870 - 1880’s.
*SOLD* G652 Exceptional 18th century New England work table in beautiful original dry red paint. The one board top has breadboard ends that are pegged on and battens below to keep it from warping/twisting that are secured with large square head nails. The top is secured to the base with large wooden pegs. One dovetailed drawer with original wooden knob. Base is mortised and pegged. Nicely turned legs and pad feet. The wood is pine.
*SOLD* G621 Early 19th century identified and dated Sampler stitched in a row by row style with intricate borders that include both geometrical shapes as well as depictions of flowers/trees.
*SOLD* G597 Late 18th century original blue painted New Hampshire chest with two faux drawers over three dovetailed drawers, resting on cut out base. One board top and sides all secured with rose head and a few tee nails. Circa 1780 - 1790
G660 Folk Art Fish weathervane with old gold painted surface. Hollow body molded sheet metal mounted on a contemporary metal stand. Solid sealed edges throughout with applied top fin and tail. Prominent eye and mouth.
G644 Mid 19th century Cherokee County, North Carolina diminutive side table with a one board top, unique turned tapered legs which splay slightly
*SOLD G641 Late 20th century , Barber Pole - paint decorated by Arthur E. Glazier (Pennsylvanis, 1928 - 2015) – signed on the base by the
G648 19th century Pennsylvania sturdy wooden bench in old dry gray paint over original gray paint. Bench features tall half-moon cut out feet and wonderful dropped apron sides that hang down 7 1/2”. All square head nail construction. Pine wood. Circa 1860s.
G658 arly trade sign advertising ‘Philco Radio’ and ‘Norge Rollator Refrigeration’ in original black letters with mustard yellow shadowing on a pale yellow background. Molded framed edge with hangers for hanging. Yellow pine wood. Double sided sign, one side is weathered. Circa late 1920s
G633 Canvasback Decoy - Elliott Brothers of Easton, MD in original paint “Chank” ( 1904-?) and Bill (1904-1971), twin brothers, were perhaps the last of the commercial makers of shooting stools (decoys) made of wood and cork in Talbot County.
*SOLD* G659 Early Daddy Holly Blue Bill, with iron keel weight, in second coat of Holly Family paint. Branded X on under side In ver good condition for it's age circa 1870
G610 Early 19th century tin candle mold for twelve (12) taper candles. Sturdy handle in tact. Great patina, no dents. Like many candle molds used often by homemakers,Circa 1820-1840's.
RM1304 Large, very tightly woven North Carolina split oak buttocks basket with fixed handle. Natural wood splints with six double bands of red stained splints evenly woven throughout the bottom
RM1306 Wooden Civil War Soldier’s folding mirror. Folded
G637 Original Folk Art Flower Arrangement in basket with large Blackberries attributed to folk artist, Doris Stauble (1917 - 2007)
RM1303 19th century New England peg rack in vibrant yellow paint over original blue paint. Featuring molded edges with five sturdy wooden notched and shaped pegs that measure 4 7/8” deep. Circa 1820s. The back board has two holes for hanging
G600 Early 19th century Pennsylvania beautiful original black painted Wall Shelf . Classic lines with nice applied molding underneath the top and rounded front corners.
G623 Mid 1800s West Virginia striper crock with three (3) cobalt stripes. Wide squared top rim with tooled shoulder that rounds to a cylindrical bottom. Slight, tight hairline crack on bottom. Top rim is out of round.
*SOLD* RM1307 Stone Fruit Halved Apple.
**SOLD** G552 Mid 19th century beautiful walnut dry sink from Western, Pennsylvania in early blue pain Open well with backsplash over two dovetailed drawers which are resting over two full mortised doors with double raised panels per door. Featuring a nice, high cut out foot. Circa 1840 -1850.
*SOLD* G595 Architectural arched dome top 12 lite transom window sash. Weathered surface - retaining original red paint on one side and traces of old black paint on the other side. Primarily mortised and pegged construction.
G599 Sheraton two-drawer work table with two tightly dovetailed drawers in old black paint. One board top with rounded corners. Wonderfully turned legs. Sewing clamp marks present on underside of top board.
*SOLD* G527 Exquisite early 19th century Pennsylvania splay leg hepplewhite one drawer stand in original pumpkin paint. One board top features large, original wooden pegs and rests atop a canted base with gracefully tapered legs that are also pegged. The drawer has a molded-lip and is tightly dovetailed. The sides and front of the drawer are also canted to match the base. Nicely chamfered drawer bottom.
RM1292 Western Pennsylvania stoneware crock decorated with three squiggly lines, which is also known as a “Striper” crock. No chips or cracks.
*SOLD* G611 G611 Beautiful stamer Cooler with thick/heavy Cobalt Tulip pattern decoration on both the front and back. Additional cobalt decoration and highlights include dashes below the handles with highlights around the handle edges and highlights around the bunghole. This pattern is attributed to Richard C. Remmey of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Circa 1870 - 1880'
G605 Blue decorated stoneware canning crock attributed to Remmey Pottery Works of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
*SOLD* G445 19th century Very rare Pennsylvania very unusual form Country Store Apothecary, in old oyster white paint over the original mustard, with four mortised and pegged glass doors over twenty-four (24) dovetailed drawers resting in a dovetailed case. Circa 1850.
*SOLD* G619 Spectacular 18th century forged Iron rotating apple roaster from Ohio. Circular, freely pivoting ring with eight hand forged hooks
G612 Historic Late 18th Century Military Wooden Drum , cut down and repurposed into a Pantry Box probably post Civil War when no longer needed. The Box retains a strong bittersweet red paint with brass tacks and Rose-head nails. The purpose of the holes around the lid is where the head of the drum was held together with ropes.
G608 Diorama of two wood ducks in a natural streamside setting. The male is standing on a piece of driftwood, the female is in flight, with wings in position of preparing to land. Signed on back "Original by R.G. Rodell -
G638 Original vintage floral arrangement by folk artist, Doris Stauble (1917-2007) of Wisscesset, Maine. Arrangement consists of many varieties of small sized silk, natural and burlap flowers topped with two tiny birds, tightly arranged in an early wooden basket.
RM1291 Pair of Hanging tin wall sconces, each with crimped round/arched top edge, embossed reeded columns, finely folded edges, a drilled hole for hanging
*SOLD* G517 Very rare 18th Century pair of tall hogscraper candlesticks
*SOLD* RM1301 Uniquely shaped, early blue painted, Tin Two-light Candle Sconce with crimped edges, supporting two candle sockets with fluted drip cups. Soldering is secure.
G606 Large White Swan Decoy, Signed R. Madison Mitchell Havre de Grace, MD. 20th century, carved in three sections, hand painted inscribed on the bottom.
*SOLD* G537 19th Century Folk Art Wooden Chicken Weathervane. A charming American Folk Art carved pine rooster weathervane with a wonderful silhouette with a large tail
RM1295 Small green painted bale handled firkin. Very sturdy 1/2" thick staved sides are secured by two metal bands. The finger lapped top rim is secured with tiny tacks and staples. Natural patina interior. Circa 1870 - 1890's.
**SOLD** RM1297 Extremely rare 18th century oversized, working pad lock with key. Remnants of a stamped ‘12’ on top right hand corners of both front and back of lock. Key also bears the stamp ‘No 12’ and ‘Z’. No other markings found. Made entirely of iron and hammered sheet metal.
RM2000 Delightful Colonial style tin lantern with 3 metal panels and glass front. Although the glass panel lifts for access, the front right side panel - has a neatly folded lip along the top edge to life the side panel for easiest access.
G492 Late 19th century Cast iron clothes iron, with an high applied handle, Surface pitting. Measurements: 6 1/2” tall x 4” wide x4 1/4” tall to top of handle. Cast iron heart shaped trivet -
G545 Early 19th century outstanding New England Pantry Cupboard being 37" wide ,tall one door storage pantry / cupboard in original dry salmon paint. The door features three graduated raised panels with molded edges and beaded edge around the outer edge of the door. Beaded edge on both front corners. Original molding around the top. Seven shelves inside can be repositioned to accommodate any collection of items. Fantastic wear, especially on the door, that indicative of age and years of use. Circa 1800- 1820
G579 Mid 19th century Shaker original blue painted, lidded wooden sugar bucket featuring iron diamond-shaped bail plates, wire bail with turned wood handle, chamfered bottom
G575 New England Cheese basket with sturdy 5/8” steamed and bent double rimmed top and Shaker-style weave secured to the rim by a single wrapped edge. Interior and exterior rim bands are secured together with tacks. Basket retains its original dry red paint on top and sides, whereas the bottom and interior show only natural patina.
G540 Mid 19th Century wonderful one board top black painted Demi-lune table with three gracefully tapered legs circa 1840. The wood is all white pine, with square head nail construction. The apron boards are mortised into the legs for strength. Circa 1840
G578 Late 18th century to early 19th century paint decorated Pennsylvania German dome-top document or trinket box with floral designs on front and sides, and remnants of a bird and flower on top of lid. This box is attributed to Heinrich Bucher from the Berks County area of Pennsylvania
*SOLD* RM1293 Pair of Hanging tin wall sconces, each featuring tall oval arched backs with crimped edges and blunt bottoms with finely folded edges over a curved arm that supports a 3 1/4” round drip dish holding a single rolled edge
G572 Late 18th century early 19th century Sampler identified as being wrought by “Amy King”, undated. This simplistic work includes two sets of double alphabets
*SOLD* G518 Spectacular 19th century New England pantry box in original dry indigo blue paint. The steamed and bentwood constructed sides and rim of lid are secured to the top and bottom with tacks and tiny wooden pegs.
RM1292 Western Pennsylvania stoneware crock decorated with three squiggly lines, which is also known as a “Striper” crock. No chips or cracks.
G592 Small New England oval pantry box in beautiful blue over original lighter blue paint with opposing single finger laps on both body and lid.
*SOLD* G573 Early 19th century folk art hand-carved large wooden rabbit, in old taupe color paint over the original white paint. It is carved from one solid piece of wood that is 3” thick
G574 Mid 20th century hand carved miniature goose on a piece of driftwood. Bought out of a collection in Cape Cod, MA. Maker unknown, but it is very well done! All original. Goose measures 3 1/2” long x 3” tall x 1 1/4” wide and it is mounted on a piece of driftwood
*SOLD* G431 Early 19th century pine hanging corner cupboard retaining its original blue sponge painted decoration with red molding and red painted interior. Beaded edge around the outside of the door and also around the door’s center panel. Original hinges. Brass turn handle secures door closure.
RM1289 18th Century York County, Pennsylvania candle stand with single board top. Features a carved dish-rim around the top, turned pedestal and tripod Queen Anne style snake feet in beautiful old blue painted surface. Rose head nails and early screw construction. Me
G553 18th century Heart and Crown Bannister-back Chair,in early blue paint, Connecticut, mid-18th century, the shaped crest above three molded balusters, rush seat on turned legs and double stretchers, old surface
G550 Early 1900’s Antique Copper Running Horse Weathervane. This large horse has a body made of copper and a cast head. Full body. Great patina and condition with flowing mane and tail, mounted on an iron stand for displaying.
G546 Pair of matching 19th century single candle sconces. Most American homes were lit with simple candle sconces such as these. This Pair of 19th century New England Sconces have the best, uncleaned surface. They are in very good original condition.
*SOLD* G547 RARE SMALL STEPPED FORMED MAINE BEEHIVE TURNED BOWL. Mid 18th century. This deeply carved small footed wooden Bowl retains strong original blue painted surfaces. The interior is painted also, and shows great wear as it should be.
G562 Paint Decorated Shaker Berry Pails/Buckets In Original Paint! Enfield, NH Dating from the mid 19th century
*SOLD* G561 Great pair of late 19th Century New England folk art carvings depicting a man and a woman in multiple layers of old paint. Both carvings feature free moving arms, distinctively carved faces, ears, hair styles and fingers/hands.
G519 Early 20th century beautifully carved miniature mallard drake in original paint and excellent condition. Mounted on a piece of wood. Probably 1930 -1940.Signed on bottom “Mallard RG Cape Cod”.
G525 Unique New England house-shaped nine drawer seed cabinet dated 1884 in original black and gold paint. The date applied to the front is made out of hand carved numbers. This date is also repeated in pencil on the back of the top row, center drawer, where the maker drew a “blueprint” of sorts when creating this project! A lot of details were put into the making of this piece, including lapped board shingles on the roof, double chimneys
**SOLD** G555 19th century Crudely made wall box with dovetailed drawer and relief carved heart in original dark Windsor green paint. Very roughly hewn wood and hand carved wooden knob. Drawer and bottom board are dovetailed construction, all other areas are constructed with round head nails. The wonkiness of this piece adds a whimsical character
**Sold**RM1290 Sweet 19th century tiered sewing box with drawer in the original white paint. Base rests on four individual “feet” made from wooden spools that have been cut in half and applied with screws. Functional drawer retains its original brass pull. Circa 1870 - 1880’s.
RM1288 Great folk art 19th century hand carved 3-dimensional Eagle with remnants of gold and mustard paint over the original gray paint. The carving is simple, yet includes details such as defined eyes, beak, mouth, and even has the tomial tooth in the front of its beak.
G524 19th century pantry box in original green paint. Steamed and bent wood is held in place with tiny wooden pegs around top and bottom and tacks secure the overlaps. Wonderful natural patina inside.
*SOLD* G526 Mid 19th Century beautifully blue painted wooden mortar and pestle from New England. Each piece was made from a single piece of wood and both have remnants of three matching incised rings indicative of them being a matched pair from inception
G563 Eastern Shore, Maryland hand chopped Trencher in the original oyster white paint, which is a very hard color to find. Features an early “make-do” repair to one corner and a great worn surface. Circa 1840.
G522 Mid 20th century hand carved full size Canadian goose working decoy in original paint. The head and neck are in the hissing position. Very rare carved bird with the body being laminated yellow pine wood standing on edge. Small tack eyes. Evidence of being shot over is apparent. Maker unknown. Most likely attributed to a Talbot County, Maryland carver.
*SOLD* G558 Wonderful Mid 19th Century Pennsylvania one drawer Hepplewhite table in original pumpkin paint. Primarily square head nail construction with beautifully tapered legs and original wooden knob on drawer. Circa 1850-1860. Completely original.
*SOLD* G554 Mid 19th century New England lidded table top dough box in beautiful dry blue original blue paint. Canted side boards are dovetailed with tall, rounded and canted ends. There is an applied wooden handle on each end for ease in picking up the dough box.
*SOLD* G530 Early 19th Century New England two door raised panel Chimney cupboard in the original blue paint. This great cupboard features two doors with a double raised panel – with cookie cut corners – which is very unusual. . Circa 1810 – 1830.
G515 Late 19th century finely handwoven basket from New England in a Shaker style, with the original green paint. The basket has the original kick up bottom and the original hand carved handle.
G517 18th century very rare tall pair of Hogscraper candlesticks, tinned sheet iron with brass wax pans, circa 1800 Measurements are 10 3/4" tall
*SOLD* G516 Late 19th century Trade Sign for Country Store signed and date (Terry 1891) , painted on board with applied molding,The lettering is white on a black back ground, it is all original
RM1287 Fantastic Western Pennsylvania region canning crock with three vivid stripes on the front. Has only minor interior rim nicks (as photographed), otherwise in wonderful condition!
*SOLD* X352 Eastern Shore Maryland Bird House with remnants of blue paint on the old weathered surface. The top overhangs to protect the opening from rain. Birdhouse features scalloped applied molding, as well as a decoratively cut bottom on both the front and back
G528 Early 20th century Trade Sign painted panel with applied molding "L.M. Semi Paste Paint, Cuts Painting Costs M. G. Mentzer's Sons Ephrata" Pa. Mentzer's Sons were dealers in Coal, Farm Implements and Buggies.
G529 Pair of cast iron book ends / door stops depicting the head of a Canadian Goose. Original paint. Both are signed on the back of their respective base: “Bill Collins 2002”
F281 Canvasback Drake decoy, carved by James A. Currier (1886 – 1971) of Havre De Grace, Maryland. Decoy was carved around 1930’s – 1940’s and retains a large portion of original paint as well as some of the second coat of paint.
F60 Super gunned over pair of Redhead decoys carved by Madison Mitchell (1901-1993) from Havre de Grace, Maryland. Both decoys have the original paint and are signed and dated 1955. The Hen has a slightly turned head.
G497 Stunning Early 19th Century Pennsylvania Dough Box in beautiful blue paint. Tightly dovetailed and pegged construction with an apron around the bottom that follows the taper of the legs. Molding surrounds the base of the dough box, just above the apron
*SOLD* G521 Late 19th century wonderful hand-hooked rug of a chicken on beige backgrounds with a border. This amazing folky rug was found in Center County in good condition with light discoloration from age. Mounted on frame and professionally cleaned, from a private collection
*SOLD* F430 Oversized North Carolina hand hewn / chopped wooden trencher or dough bowl in beautiful old blue paint. Great wear and patina indicative of years of use.
*SOLD* G534 Mid 20th Century hand made wooden toy tractor in its original uncleaned yellow surface, with wooden wheels and metal axles. Circa 1940's.
G533 Wooden Painted Horse Pull Toy on Wheels from the mid 1800s. There are still traces of the original saddle and harness . Original paint is worn, but there are traces of the old dapple-grey
G520 Early 20th century Miniature Basket made of splints of ash. It has aged delightfully, darkening to a rich, deep chestnut color
**Sold**G511 Fantastic Early 20th century Pigs for Sale road side trade Sign, from Ivanhoe Farm, Appleton Maine, the sign is painted on both sides, with a wooden cut out pig applied on top a great piece of Americana folk art, with applied molding, around the metal sign
G498 Late 19th century Large-Sized Wooden Horse Pull Toy, American, wooden , in the form of a walking horse with the remains of cream and black-sponged coat, the Horse is mounted on a base with red paint with mustard decoration glass eyes, all original Wheels on the base. Prom Pennsylvania. Measurements: 28" tall x 10 3/4" wide (base) x 32 3/4" long (base)
*SOLD* G499 Late 18th New England original dry salmon painted large wooden bowl. It is out of round, Bold form, with broad inner rim tapering subtly downward, showing strong evidence of slow lathe turning, Early make do repair using copper wire, in a zig Zia pattern
G502 Sensational 19th century Pennsylvania rare Country Store storage bin, in beautiful dry original blue paint all one board construction, two lids with baton on the inside , the interior is old natural patina, with divider,. It has beautiful dry blue painted surface, never over painted. Circa 1820 -1840
**Sold**G504 Late 19th century Gathering Basket with beautiful bittersweet red paint,from Pennslyvania rectangle shape, with applied handle and a single wrapped rim
*SOLD* G493 Early 19th century Wooden turned Bowl Small size, the bowl is very shallow with old yellow paint, small band around top edge of bowl
RM1284 Early 19th Century Talbot County, Maryland one drawer Hepplewhite side table in the original white paint with a dovetailed drawer and finely tapered legs. The top is chamfered on bottom to make it appear thinner than it actually is. Found in the area of St. Michael’s / Newcomb, Maryland. Circa 1830.
G512 19th century Pennsylvania Crock Shelf in beautiful old blue paint, with lollipop cut out sides, shelves are mortised into the side and each shelf has a back splash, with a nice simple cut out foot
G503 Early 19th century York County Pennsylvania twelve drawer Apothecary, in early oyster white paint over the original gray, the twelve drawers are dovetailed as well as the case, with all original knobs. Circa 1800 – 1820
RM1285 19th Century Pennsylvania “Butt” Basket in old green over original blue paint. Heavy construction, very tightly woven. Small damage spot on bottom (as seen in photos), but does not distract from the beauty of this basket.
G495 Late 19th century stool with it’s original black paint rectangle top, resting on four plain and simple legs very sturdy
G427 Late 18th century Lancaster Pennsylvania double raised panel, hanging Corner Cupboard in the original yellow and salmon paint. Very unusual design, having reeded styles as well as reeded molding under the cornices molding, to include a three-step molding on top.
G481 Pennsylvania Circa 1830 Blue Painted Four Panel Exterior Door in excellent condition with its original hardware door
**Sold**G472 Mid19th century Pennslvania, corner Drysink, very unusual form in the original gray paint , sunken well over single plank door, one board white pine square hed nail construction, circa 1850 all original
*SOLD* G482 Large, beautifully Pennsylvania mortised and tenon framed Sampler identified as being wrought by “Rachel Lorah June 11th 1844”. This exquisite work includes five repeating alphabets, the numbers 1 - 11, and various sets of initials with each row is separated (and overall bordered) by bands of hand wrought geometrical shapes. The focal point includes a Remembrance verse that is accented with wonderful urns of flowers, individual flowers, and geometrical shapes.
*SOLD* G488 Late 19th century signed painting by J. Becker charming oil painting on artists board showing a Rooster and groups of chickens on/by a wooden wheelbarrow and section of wooden fence. The artwork retains vivid colors and is typical of the rural scenes of people and animals that were done at the end of the Victorian age.
**Sold**G490 19th century Looking Glass with the original blue paint and the original old wavy glass in great condition, circa 1850
G480 Late 1800s Wood Kerosene Oil Bucket with Metal Spout. This bucket bears its beautiful original green paint with black painted iron bands. “2 GALLONS” is stenciled in black letters on the top. Original Bail handle.
*SOLD* G478 19th century tin double candle sconce with crimped arch top.
G466 Early 20th century portrait of two hunting dogs painted in oil on artists board. The dogs are realistically portrayed in tall grasses with very attentive expressions. The painting is signed lower left with ‘Stockwell’. Painting is attributed to listed artist Catherine Haynes Stockwell (1895 - 1983) of Eustis, FL.Catherine Stockwell was born Catherine Haynes in 1895.
*SOLD* G395 Mid19th century table top Desk, with a slanted lid, and applied gallery, in the original blue paint, the interior is all open, with a one board lid
*SOLD* G487 Early 20th century patriotic red white and blue, National Automobile Club Inc advertising heavy metal sign two sided ,circa 1924 , The National Automobile Club Inc Providing reliable roadside service
G483 Early Canvasback decoys in original paint by R. Madison Mitchell, signed and dated 1954
G463 Folk Art Flower planter, in the original paint of red,blue and black, the top or the flower pot is made of layered construction of wood great workmanship
G464 Early 20th century Folk Art pedstel flower planter, original paint , the flower pot is rectangle shape ,
*SOLD* G426 18th century Lancaster Pennsylvania pine apothecary stepback cupboard, circa 1790, with apothecary base, retaining its original red wash surface, open shelves overr fifteen dovetailed drawers resting on a high applied base with a drop apron in the front
**Sold**G465 BANDBOX. American, late 18th-early 19th century. Cardboard covered with floral blue wallpaper. Interior lined with newspaper including and add for Portland Maine 1844.
F208 Early 19th century Blue painted smoke decorated Storage Box the case is dovetailed case. circa 1825 Soot was one of the earliest materials used . In the late 18th century and well into the 19th century smoke painting was a decorative technique used on furniture.
G473 This is the beautiful BING MINIATURE TOY sewing machine made in Bavaria and has gold stamping on the end of the base indicating their trademark “ Int. reg. TRADEMARK BAVARIA, D.R.G.M. USA Patent Appl. ” The interesting drive mechanism is chain driven with a chrome spoked hand wheel with a retractable handle. Montgomery Ward’s 1925-26 catalog featured this BING machine in their toy section with an ad stating, “ This is not a toy, but a machine for travelers.” Sears 1926 catalog
*SOLD* G468 ANTIQUE E. MURDOCK & CO. WINCHENDON, MASS. SMALL WOODEN BUCKET WITH LID & HANDLE This is a hard-to-find antique small wooden bucket with brass bands and lid with handle. It is marked on the bottom by the maker, E. Murdock & Co. out of Winchendon, Massachusetts. Bucket probably dates to the late 1800s
G474 Canada Goose working decoy in old working repaint carver unknown, circa 1950's
G469 Upper Bay oversized canvasback duck decoy, in original paint, carver unknow
G456 South Carolina Huntboard,in early blue paint over the original red, with a applied backsplash, attached tp a one board rectangle top above two large drawers with wooden knobs, paneled ends, the case is resting on tall tapered hepperwhite legs. The wood is poplar and yellow pine, circa 1840
**SOLD** G459 Wonderful 18th century old tin reflector oven. Lift up door with latch, comes complete with coffee roaster and two skewers.
*SOLD* G460 Late 19th century Egg carrier with the original blue paint and black stenciled advertising.for TOPSY Granulated Smoking Tobacco The Wellman $ Dwire Tobacco Co. Quincy Ill .
G457 19th century Pennslyvania high back dry sink open well,top with a shelf with shaped sides, above two panel doors, which are flanked by small dovetailed drawers.The wood is Walnut and poplar secondary woods Circa 1820 - 1840
G448 19th century Floyd County Virginia, Pie Safe,with early imerial green paint over the original red, Two doors that is mortised, with six hand punched tins, the pattern of the tins is a large six peddle flower, inside of a punched boarder. Two dovetailed drawers, one board ends, natural patina on the inside. circa 184
*SOLD*G438 Early 19th century New England Unusual burl elm and maple candle stand, with a deep revers Bee Hive turned pedestal, the top is adjustable, for different highest, lock in place with a pin. with ring turned standard,
**SOLD* G453 Shenandoah Valley of Virginia Rockingham Co painted splint Basket, white oak, circular form with X wrapped rim, Kicked in bottom, and arched handle. Retaining and oldsalmon painted surface, Probable made by one of the Nichols Family of basket makers Page Co. Virginia
G452 19th century 8" tall stoneware canning jar, from Western PA. It has five cobalt blue stripes that were laid on by a heavy thumb painting .GREAT BLUE COBALT DECORATED STRIPER WAX SEALER STONEWARE CANNING JAR
Folk Art wooden biplane with traces of old gray. The plane's body, The propeller, wings and wheels all carved from sections of wood. The tail fin original sheet tin with traces of original red star. Early 20th century. very good original untouched condition Complete with stand for displaying .
G424 19th century New England small size original dry green painted Pantry Box, unclean surface.
G423 19th century small size original okra painted Pantry Box from New England .Great form and surface .
G422 19th century painted Pantry Box with wonderful original red paint with very unusual. Thick constructions, with over lapping bentwood sides
*SOLD* G451 Early 20th century Wooden Country Store Broom Holder display rack in the original yellow paint, with metal signs on either side advertising for Hauswalt's Bread Co. Baltimore Maryland. Holds six brooms. double sided broom rack, normally displayed in country and hardware stores.
G453 Late 19th century large Kerosene Bucket in the original bittersweet red paint with black lettern, It carries two patent dates on the top, the later of which is 1880. The container was made by Impervious Package Company of Keene NH, . There is a screw lid on the top for filling the can and a spigot for dispensing the oil or kerosene.
G446 Canvasback Decoy carved by Bob Matthew Havre de grave Decoy made in Madison Mitchell shop
G447 Canvasback Decoy carved by Bob Matthew Havre de grave Decoy made in Madison Mitchell shop 1950's
G296 Hooked rug featuring three very primitive cats on a black background. Maker creatively incorporated a cat sitting with its back/tail to the viewer, in between two standing, side view cats. There are mixed fabrics used, predominantly cotton and wool, hooked on burlap. Mounted and ready to hang! Circa 1870 - 1880’s.
*SOLD* G420 19th century New England three finger lap joint Pantry Box in original blue paint Circa 1850: wonderful, thick, heavy constructed pantry box with multiple fingered lap joint construction that boasts a great original dry, surface
*SOLD* G421 Mid 19th century round pantry or storage box in nice old and original pumpkin paint. Untouched and uncleaned finish with original wrought iron nails on the side seams of both the box and lid. Very desirable and unusual color on this,box heavy construction, from a private Pa. collection
G435 Exceptional 19th century country hepplewhite drop leaf Table, retaining its original blue painted surface, circa 1820 , one board construction, with fine Hepplewhite tapered legs,
*SOLD* RM880 RARE 19TH CENTURY PATRIOTIC PAINTED FLAG SHIELD SIGNED ON BACK H.W. BAKER HARRISBURG PENNSYLVANIA CIRCA 1876
G297 Hand hooked rug depicting two fighting Roosters. Maker created dominant eyes, detailed combs, a few standing/loose feathers and pointed feet on each bird.
G440 Gorgeous 18th century Pennsylvania high back settle bench with a curved barrel back, in the original mustard paint, carved lollipop arm rests ,the set and the bench is very sturdy construction; ca. 1800, hook shaped
G410 Late 19th century Carrier, with the original blue paint, divided into three section with a nice high cut out handle, nail construction, circa 1890-1900
*SOLD*xG413 Late 19th Century Bucket with beautiful yellow paint, # 20 Mince Meat Yellow Wood Bucket With iron hoops, wire bail, ,tongue and groove softwood staved sides, tapered lap joint turned handle. original yellow paint
G417 19th century treenware turned wooden bowl out of round with old green paint and a wide rim, wonderfu exterior, natural patina on the inside that comes from years of use.
G442 Mid 19th century center county Pennsylvania four door Corner Cupboard, with original red paint with mustard pin stripping around the corners of the panel in the door. , with old natural patina interior. High cut out base, two large panel doors over two panel doors below, mortise and pegged construction, with applied molding around the top of the cupboard. circa 1840
G408 Extremely rare and beautiful circa 1910's Schoenhut 'Humpty Dumpty Circus' Wooden Clown Doll set. This amazing, original collection features a dressed clown doll and elephant complete with drum.The 'Humpty Dumpty Circus' was created by Schoenhut & Sons Ltd, Philadelphia, USA in 1903
*SOLD* G411 FOLK ART MECHANICAL CAROUSEL painted wood This outstanding Folk Art Carousel Hand crank activated, in 6 colors original paint
G407 Pair of 19th Century French Cast Iron Planters or Urns small size cast iron garden Urns, circa 1880, the highly detailed and shaped rim leading to fluted body raised on waisted stem, on square plinth base. Image Properties
D513 Eastern Shore Maryland gathering basket with white and soldier blue paint. Overall height of the basket is 19" to top of the handle. Woven part of the basket is gracefully tapered from 9 3/5" to 11" tall where the handle is attached. Handle
D539 Vintage wooden snare drum with stretched calfskin top and bottom. The drum retains its original painted dark blue and yellow surfaces, along with a number “6” painted along the top wooden band. Metal tension rods and snare bands along bottom. Drum is sturdy, calfskin does not have any tears, “peep hole” reveals a few screws /washers loose inside; however no visible maker’s marks or label. See photos for additional details. Great decorative piece! Circa 1880 - 1900.
F184 Early 19th century Shenandoah Valley Virginia Pie Safe circa 1820 - 1840 , in the original blue paint. Two doors mortised and pin over a single large drawers. The wood is pine, The tins are all hand punched and in excellent condition.
G405 19th century Pennsylvania Hanging Cupboard in the original dry red paint, circa 1850 two planks doors with applied molding, the interior has two shelves which are mortised into the sides, two wide walnut back board held in pace with square head nails
D382 Late 19th century wooden slat gathering basket, with beautiful blue dry paint , wooden band tacked around outside and inside of the top to hold slates in place,
*SOLD* G298 Wonderful, tightly hand-hooked rug depicting a single Sheep on a dark blue background with a 2 3/4” border of red, grey, green and mustard/yellow stripes to create a visually pleasing look.
G406 American, probably New England, ca. early 19th century , showing strong evidence of slow lathe turning. Under base shows expected and desired wear to the dry original gray paint is the first coat and the original coat
RM1282 very impressive hand carved decorative wooden Paper Mache mold of heart. All crafted by hand to bring you an outstanding piece of artwork. This mold was used as a pattern to make Paper Mache Christmas, Easter and Halloween and valentine
G364 Early canvasback drake decoy duck carved by James "Jim" Alexander Currier (1886-1971). Original paint in very good condition. Currier lived and carved in Havre de Grace, Maryland. He is a well known and respected carver. This canvasback drake decoy was probably carved around 1930.
*SOLD* RM 1286 19th Century Pennsylvania hanging wall box retaining its original robin-egg-blue paint. High shaped back with hole for hanging, and a canted front. Square head nail construction. The name “J. MIELKE”
G396 Early 19th century Lancaster County original red painted single door Cupboard, Circa 1825, in the original red paint. A few of the wonderful details on this cupboard include a wide, four-panel door. with a dovetailed case, tall raised turned feet, chamfered edges on front corners,
G402 Fantastic Delaware Valley 18th Century, arched slat back side chair in early old surface with old woven rush-type seat. Chair retains nicely turned finials on top, as well as its original ball feet and boasts bold ball turnings on the front rung. Circa 1750 - 1790.
**Sold**G225 19th Century Pennsylvania Hepplewhite tray top Stand in beautiful original dry blue paint. One board top, with applied molding, held in place with square head nails. Circa 1820s.
*SOLD* G404 Early 20th century food stand menu sign from the Board Walk Ocean City, Maryland featuring 7 individual boards
G398 Late 19th Century Pennsylvania Yellow painted wooden storage barrel with staved sides, and barrel with metal straps, plugged keg hole, possibly oak - secured by six horizontal iron bands.
G403 Early 20th century Hooked rug featuring two large chickens on a variegated striped background with a nice black border. The initials “R” and “L” are incorporated into opposite lower corners of the rug. Wool on burlap.
*SOLD* G222 Blue painted stool with boot jack cut out feet. The legs are mortised through the top. Double sided apron has tapered ends with rounding to smooth the edges of apron ends, ends of the top, and inside the boot jack cut out.
G393 Quaint small sized berry gathering basket in old lipstick red paint. The 5” square base gradually tapers to an 8 1/2” wide circular opening. Single wrapped rim with tightly woven sides.
G397 19th century Hanging tin wall Sconce with wonderful shell-shaped, crimped top. American, Circa 1810 - 1820.
G388 Early 20th century wooden tossing game. The face of a Clown lithographed on the wood panel with hole in his mouth. Try to throw a ball in his mouth to determine your score
*SOLD* G386 19th century Virginia original blue painted Wall Box / Pipe Box, with hand hewn high arched back and hole for hanging. Canted front. Wire nail construction. Circa 1870 - 1890.
RM1281 Early 1940's canvasback drake decoy carved by Madison Mitchell of Havre De Grace, MD. Decoy is all original, including staple and ring - and the single nail weight. This was a working decoy and has evidence of being shot / hunted over.
G399 Early Canvasback Drake carved by William Heverin 1860-1951, Charlestown, Md. was repainted later by one of the carver in Charlestown, in the angle wing pattern on back. Repainted in the early 20th century, the Decoy dates to 1890-1920, it is weighted with one of Bob McGraw wts.
A464 19th century original red painted mortar and pestle, It is thick walled, with a nicely turned base, no breaks or cracks. The pestle, which appears to be original to the mortar, has the original red also
F205 19th century New England signed Pantry box - thick steamed and bent walls with tiny square nails and tack construction in a light blue paint.
G401 Mid 19th century, small Sugar Bucket with the original beautiful dry tomato red paint. This is a very unusual small size, lidded wooden sugar Bucket with black painted metal bands. Brass seated porcelain knob on lid. Great condition, very sturdy. Wire bail handle, tongue and groove softwood staved sides.
G400 Very rare and early Field Goose from the 1950's in the original paint , attribute to Severn Hall 1909 - 1995 North East Maryland maker unknown
G363 Early Madison Mitchell Black Duck signed and dated 1954, all original paint with single nail weight.
G4 19th century Lancaster County Pennsylvania original blue painted hanging salt box, high ached back, canted lid, dovetailed case, circa 1820
*SOLD* G315 19th Century wooden peg rack in the original light blue paint featuring five wooden pegs and a beaded edge along the top and bottom of the board. Wear and patina indicative of use, with the most wear being visible on the far left peg.
G342 Gorgeous 19th Century Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Chimney Cupboard with the original dry red paint. The workmanship in this cupboard is phenomenal! The case is dovetailed on both top and bottom, with an applied double-beaded cove molding around the top. It rests on typical Lancaster county style turned feet. Circa 1820
*SOLD* G369 19th Century black painted continuous arm Windsor Chair. Very sturdy with nine spindle back, curved arms, shaped seat and bamboo style turnings with H stretcher base. Circa 1810.
G374 19th Century lidded dough box in original mustard paint. Dovetailed and square head nail construction with lipped lid that retains two original grasp battens
G378 Stunning 19th century Lancaster Pennsylvania, single batten door Pantry, with the best blue painted surface "Ever." The interior is very clean, simple small cut out foot. Circa 1870
G379 Wooden Crow decoy hand-carved by Rick Fish of Snow Hill, Maryland. Nicely mounted on base for display. Solid wood body with glass eyes, carved details on beak/nostril area, and carver’s initials inscribed on underside of tail.
*SOLD* G377 Painted wooden lidded storage bucket in wonderful old pumpkin orange paint over the original blue paint. Circa 1860 - 1880. Tongue and groove constructed staves with steamed and bent wooden cross-braided finger lap bands secured with tacks..
RM1280 19th century wooden bowl with original dry red paint. Bowl is slightly out of round with a broad top rim that gently tapers and shows prominent evidence of slow lathe turnings. Early age crack as pictured.
G372 Pair of treenware spice / trinket boxes attributed to the Lancaster-Lebanon County region of Pennsylvania. Both turned wood boxes have tightly seated, slightly domed lids with tiny porcelain knob buttons, red sponge paint accents and are in overall good condition with dark patina and wear from use. Both boxes have a narrow rim foot. (NOTE: The lid on larger box is cracked/glued.)
G365 Carroll "Wally" Algard (1883-1959), Charlestown, Maryland canvasback from the first quarter of the last century with under-cut bill carving, slight neck shelf, old gunning paint , exaggerated sway back that flows to a sharp chime and a low-slung semi paddle tail, weight and hardware attached.
G362 Early black duck by R. Madison Mitchell (1901 - 1993) of Havre de Grace, Maryland. Circa 1940’s. Working decoy, all original. Two single-nail weight on bottom.
G144 Early Canvasback decoy from Havre de Grace, Maryland in old working paint. Carver unknown. Tack eyes. Primitive, extremely early repair by tail. Original single nailed lead weight remains intact on bottom.
*SOLD* D508 Early Canvasback Drake by Jim Holly from Have de Grace Maryland in old working repaint over the original paint. High head circa 1900.
G291 Southern 19th century Cumberland County North Carolina open top Pewter Cupboard with original blue paint, . circa 1850-1870 Open top with with plate rail over a single baton door with high cut out feet , nice and clean interior
*SOLD* G360 Wonderful late 19th Century Red and White Plaid Homespun featherbed (duvet) cover. The panels of narrow loomed heavyweight linen/cotton mix homespun fabric are all hand stitched together to form a large pocket
iG325 19th century Long peg rack in original mustard paint with six turned pegs, the back board is one wide board with beading at the top and bottom
G207 19th century Wool and cotton on burlap c. 1870-1890 Depicting two white cats against an abstract ground with small rectangles as a border
G348 Upper Bay canada goose decoy from the work shop of Madison Mitchell carver unknown
G349 Canvasback Decoy, carved by Capt. John Glenn, Rock Hall, Maryland, circa 1940’s.
G353 Exquisite Family sampler wrought by “Charlotte Smith, FEB 1829” This remarkable Sampler features two dates (1828 and 1829), bands with four full sets of repeating Alphabets, a band of numbers 1 - 20, as well as spot motifs that include multiple hearts, flowers, a very detailed cat, bowl of fruit, chickens, peacocks, trees, a crown.... and an astounding 46 sets of initials!
*SOLD* G354 Quaint Devotional Sampler identified as being wrought by “Elizabeth Sophia Page”. Featuring a Psalm/Hymn verse that is framed by wonderful Strawberry / Vine border with 35 individually stitched strawberries. The Sampler is linen and wool, and bears losses throughout that are indicative of age, which most likely dates to 1830 - 1850
G343 Early 19th century one piece open top Pennsylvania stepback Cupboard, Painted pine stepback cupboard, ca. 1800, retaining an old blue surface with red interior, open top over two plank door with high cut out feet, nice single bead around doors as well as the open top
*SOLD* E536 Hooked Rug with Birds under a Tree, America, against a black background The Birds are standing on green ground, beautiful shaped tree with red fruit ,
G314 Late 18th century New England tavern Table, this table features fine proportions, with a great dry mustard paint history, one board top, with tapered legs,mortised and pegged box stretcher
G315 19th century Peg rack with four decorative curved pegs in original light blue paint each peg is mortised into the back board and pegged in place
G338 19th century Antique Pennsylvania Blue Painted Rush Seat Stool. With bulbous turned splayed legs and stretchers base,
G329 Diminutive late 19th century Blanket Chest, in the original tomato red paint, the Chest is resting on small mortised feet , with it's original hardware nailed construction
G320 EARLY19th CENTURY HANGING PLATE RACK., the wood pine. hanging shelves with plate racks, Original blue paint
*SOLD* G317 19th century Sampler - Bissell Family Register, of linen and silk, created as personal family treasures became federal documents when pension claimants required to show proof of relationship to a Revolutionary War veteran submitted them to the U.S. government. This is the Family record of the Bissell Family starting 1804 and 1842,
G319 19th century original red painted hanging Cupboard, with two panel door with a divider interior one board construction with square head nails
G331 Kentucky Gun Co. trade sign,Second half of the 20th century, sign is made of painted wood, with faux rifle behind glass case, with gold and red lectern on black back ground
G334 Susquehana Flats Full size Canvasback Decoy branded arrow Co original wt and rigging
G347 William Boyd 1956 canvasback hen duck decoy
G279 19th century Pennsylvania hanging wall shelf, in the original dry white paint , the wood is white pine, the shelf has rounded corners, with molded edge Measurements are46 1/2" long x 5" tall x 8" deep
G306 18th or early 19th Century Portrait of a Quaker Woman Portrait on canvas of a Quaker Lady in a bonnet,,American School, an Interesting Portrait of a lady in a white bonnet
G321 19TH CENTURY EARLY SOUTHERN LADDERBACK ARM CHAIR in beautiful original blue paint , two slate back, the Chair has a replaced cane seat which is sturdy, professionally done. circa 1860
G339 Early 19th century , beautiful original blue painted frame . with a Silhouette of a young Boy IN PROFILE WITH FINE CUT DETAILS.AMERICAN, Circa 1820-1840
G302 New England small wooden Beehive painted Bowl, out of round , ca. late 18th to early 19th century. Bold form, with small rim tapering subtlely downward, showing strong evidence of slow lathe turning, and resting on raised foot. Under base shows expected and desired chisel marks where the block was removed after turning.
G305 19th century Civil War era Painting of Rebecca N. Campell 1861 signed on back of painting wearing a white bonnet and blue cape in a beautifully paint decorated wooden frame Watercolor
G308 Outstanding Melon Basket in dry beautiful original blue paint with the "Eye of the Wind God" on each side of the handle. Color is spectacular, really what you're looking for in a nice old basket like this. Great workmanship
*SOLD* G309 Outstanding But Basket in dry beautiful original persimmon paint The Color is spectacular, really what you're looking for in a nice old basket like this. Great workmanship from a 35 year collection
G303 Nice small size original painted wooden bowl in beautiful dry windsor green paint, out of round excellent condition from a private MD collection
*SOLD* RM1237 Shaker Sewing Box in wonderful original blue paint.
G304 19h century Pennslyvania Wooden bowl in dry robin egg blue paint over the original darker blue with a wide band around the top and a slightly raised foot
G327 18th century York County Pennsylvania Pin Top table with a wide one board top which is 29 1/2" ,circa 1780 , with the original dry gray painted base
G301 Handmade Sampler stitched by Anna Robinson - Age 11 years The sampler is worked in silk on linen ground, in cross stitch and Algerian eye. Alphabets A-Z in upper case and lower case and numbers 1-0
G300 18th century Sampler - Bacon Family Register of linen and silk, created as personal family treasures became federal documents when pension claimants required to show proof of relationship to a Revolutionary War veteran submitted them to the U.S. government. This is the Family record of the Bacon Family starting 1789 - 1800,
*SOLD* G310 Early 19th century lathe turned wooden Bowl , dry white painted wooden bowl. Heavy with a slightly raised foot, lathe marks and a wide band around the top edge.no cracks or breaks,
RM1275 Spectacular 19th Century “Lollipop” wall box in absolutely beautiful, original, dry red paint. Nicely tapered sides,
G335 Ellotts brother rare semi high head canvasback Decoy in original paint, branded JMD on bottom, Ellot Bros Easton Md
G333 Taylor Boyd black Duck Decoy nice worn surface,Taylor Boyd, Perryville, Maryland, 1st quarter 20th century
*SOLD* G276 18th.century Slaw board. Pennsylvania slaw board in the original blue paint constructed with rose head nails having a lovely tomb stone shaped top and bottom
G282 19th century original blue painted Pennsylvania Dovetailed Box, nice and clean interior . original hardware
RM1276 Late 19th Century wonderfully detailed hand carved Black Forest Nutcracker in the form of a man in a nightcap. Exquisitely carved details include individual teeth on both top and bottom of his mouth,
G286 G286 Arthur Glazier painting on board of foaster and Hen ,Arthur Glazier is a world renowned artist from Pennsylvania. His work features traditional Folk Art Americana themed content.
*SOLD* G277 19th Century small green Painted New England Trencher. Spectacular Early Hand Hewed Trencher. It Has A Fantastic Original dry green Painted Exterior Surface.
G247 19th century Pennslyvania Peg Rack with nine wooden hand carved mortised wooden pegs, and five small metal hooks, the original mustard paint, the back board is 1 1/2 " thick, with and Ogee molded edge. circa 1800-1820
*SOLD* G290 Early John Glenn from Rockhall Maryland, Canada goose , 1st quarter 20th century. Branded "JFG". Used as a stick up ( Field Goose) .has raised up head slightly. 1920's
*SOLD* G284 19th century New England original dry oyster white painted large wooden bowl . It is out of round, Bold form, with tapering subtly downward, , and resting on slightly raised foot. . Dry white paint is the first coat and the original coat
*SOLD* G275 Late 18th Century New England Sugar Bucket in the original green paint with black star painted on top ,superbly constructed having five finger lap joints.
G287 19th century tin container hand painted and signed by Arthur Glazier painting on Oil Can signed by artist
G285 18th century Old foundry mold wheel,This wooden foundry gear mold is from the late 1800's. The foundry used these molds in a sand casting process to produce the items in cast iron. The molds were made by specially skilled craftsmen.
*SOLD* G27019th century Pennsylvania splayed leg Mortised Stool with the original blue paint , The legs are mortised through the top the stool is sturdy
A wonderful Chippendale style lady’s wingchair in a multicolor crewel type fabric beautiful dark walnut wooden legs, great deep wings. Very comfortable.
G253 American School, 19th Century Portrait of a Girl in a blue Dress holding her small cat Unsigned.,Oil on canvas, 36 x 32 in., in a gilt frame original to the painting with label on back from framing Co. in Boston Ma .
**Sold**G256 Spill Holder, Pennslyvania , early 19th century, with heart and compass flower design,
RM1253 Early 19th century Wooden turned Bowl Small size, out of round ,with the original dry blue paint, and shows wonderful lathe marks, measures 9" diameter x 2' tall out of round, with a band around top of bowl
G265 Late 19th century New England original green hanging wall shelf circa: 1870-1900, with three graduated shelves on shaped ends, the shelves are mortised into the sides with original green paint, and decorated with red pin striping on each side
G258 Late 19th early 20th century Pairis Maine Sled, red, with mustard decoration , with Horse painted in the center with mustard flowers in circles at the top, wooden sled with metal runners. Marked 'Pairs Mft Co.
G252 Early 19th century beautiful American carved wood and painted bench with birds and fruit motif, one board seat, which is also decorated , scrolled arms that have mustard pin striping , turned spindles , and ending on turned painted legs.Often called a "deacon's" or hall bench, this sturdy example from about 1840
G260 19th century very unusual little Stool from Pennsylvania with the original Windsor green paint, with two braces on the back that is dovetailed into the top.
RM1251 18th Century Red & Black Paint Decorated oval foot stool dated on bottom 1761
RM1252 Stunning 18th Century New England Small Canted Wall Box retaing its original uncleaned surface. High arched “Tome stone” back
G268 19th century New England Bail Handle Pantry Box with the original dry windsor green paint ,with over lapping bentwood sides, secured with small metal tacks. The sides of the Box are fitted with a pair of oval stamped tin handle mounts.
G194 19th century outstanding Pantry Box with the original beautiful dry pewter gray paint, heavy construction, bent wood round form with nailed lap joint
G236 A mid to late 19th century paint decorated bucket , Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania. Arched wire bail handle with turned wooden grip. The interior is old natural paintia , exterior painted with an overall grained mustard color over a yellow ground
G248 19th century painted Pantry Box with wonderful bittersweet red paint with very , with over lapping bentwood sides, secured with small tacks
G242 Mid 19th century bucket bench from Lancaster County PA. circa 1840 The bucket bench retains the old grey painted surface over the original red wash. With a top shelf and a nice wide century shelf. Water mark on the lower shelf from where the bucket of water set