58th Annual Thanksgiving Americana Auction

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GARTH’S AUCTIONS, INC. 58th ANNUAL THANKSGIVING AMERICANA AUCTION

SINCE 1954

AUCTIONEERS & APPRAISERS

THE 58TH

ANNUAL THANKSGIVING

AMERICANA AUCTION NOVEMBER 23, 2018

NOVEMBER 23, 2018



The 58th Annual Thanksgiving

AMERICANA AUCTION

FORMAL & PAINTED FURNITURE, POTTERY, GLASS, FOLK ART & MORE

Friday, NOVEMBER 23, 2018 at 10AM | Lots 1-716

The Lifetime Collection of Betsy and the late Raymond King, Hudson, Ohio The 45-year Collection of the Late Roy Waits, Milford, Ohio The Americana Collection of a Midwestern Couple The Collection of the Late Nancy D. Peterson, North Canton, Ohio and Select Consignments from Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Tennessee, and West Virginia

PREVIEW TIMES: S U N D A Y , N O V E M B E R 18, 1:00 PM T O 4:00 PM M O N D A Y , N O V E M B E R 19, 10:00 AM T O 5:00 PM T U E S D A Y , N O V E M B E R 20, 10:00 AM T O 5:00 PM W E D N E S D A Y , N O V E M B E R 21, 10:00 AM T O 5:00 PM T H U R S D A Y , N O V E M B E R 22, C L O S E D - H A P P Y T H A N K S G I V I N G F R I D A Y , N O V E M B E R 23, 9:00 AM T O 10:00 AM

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1 PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. Deep Run, Bucks County, ca. 1825, pine. Dovetailed case with original grain paint featuring typical “eyes” on the front panel and compass star on top. Yellow trim. Two dovetailed drawers and turned feet. Interior till with two dovetailed drawers. Imperfections. 25”h. 38.5”w. 19.5”d. $1,500-2,500 2 AMERICAN BLACKHAWK WEATHERVANE. Probably Harris & Co., Boston, late 19th century. Full-bodied copper racehorse with original gilding. A few imperfections. 18”h. 25”l. including base. Ex Fine Americana Antiques, (New Hampshire). $1,500-3,000 1

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3 AMERICAN PIE SAFE. Mid 19th century, pine. High cut out legs. Square nail construction. Two doors with six pinwheel punched tins. Old red and tan paint. Wear. 73”h. 39.5”w. 17”d. $800-1,200 4 AMERICAN ROOSTER WEATHERVANE. Found in New Hampshire, possibly Harris and Company, Boston, late 19th century. Full-bodied copper rooster with traces of old yellow paint and verdigris patina. A few holes. 22”h. including base. $1,000-1,250 5 AMERICAN SUGAR BUCKET. Second half-19th century. Stave construction with bentwood bands and swing handle. Copper tacks. Original green paint. Wear and some edge loss. 14.25”h. 15.5”d. $250-350

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6 AMERICAN DECORATED GAME BOARD. Early 20th century. Single board with original paint and applied edge. Parcheesi on red ground. Wear. 18.75” x 19”. $400-800

10 AMERICAN COUNTRY CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, cherry and pine. Built in one-piece with applied framing and paneled door. Traces of old blue paint. Interior shelves. Wear and loss. 82”h. 34”w. 13”d. $200-350

7 LANDSCAPE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND HALF-19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Naïve landscape with fisherman and a bridge. Surface wear and small hole. 16”h. 20”w., framed, 18.25”h. 22.25”w. $250-450

11 AMERICAN GRAIN BIN. First half-19th century, poplar. Dovetailed case with slant lift lid. Fitted interior missing divider. Square nails. Original red paint. Edge wear. 31. 25”h. 47.75”w. 23.25”d. $250-450

8 PORTRAIT OF A MAN (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID 19TH CENTURY). Pastel on paper, unsigned. Man with brown eyes and hair. Surface wear. Gilt Dutch frame, 23.25”h. 21”w. Ex Herbert Schiffer (Pennsylvania). $400-800

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9 AMERICAN FOLKSY FERN STAND. Found in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, early 20th century. Tiered base and turned knobs and drops. Alligatored varnish. 33.25”h. $250-450

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12 AMERICAN COUNTRY SERVER. Mid 19th century, pine. Square nail construction. Plain gallery top, two blind doors and cutout feet. Old varnished surface has wear. Replaced hardware. 47.75”h. 38.5”w. 18.75”d. $100-300 13 AMERICAN ADVERTISING SIGN. Mid 20th century. Wooden board with original paint. Double sided “Try Our…Killer Shrimp”. Some edge wear. 12”h. 30”w. $100-300


14 MAP OF OHIO. Probably from a Matthew Carey atlas, ca.1820s. Handcolored engraving on laid paper of “The State of Ohio with part of Upper Canada”. Fold line. Framed, 27” x 27”. $600-900 15 NEW ENGLAND DECORATED BOX. Mid 19th century, poplar. Dovetailed dome-top box with original paint in good colors and graphic design. Minor wear. 11”h. 23.75”w. 13”d. $600-800 16 OHIO DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. Mid 19th century, pine. Six-board dovetailed case with bracket feet and wrought iron strap hinges and handles. Original grain decoration. Two stenciled names with dates “Elisabeth Klug 1874” and “Kerbertc (?) Mohr 1880”. Wear and age splits. 25.5”h. 47”w. 23.25”d. $600-1,200 17 AMERICAN ADVERTISING SIGN. Late 19th-early 20th century. Wooden board with original paint. Single sided “Read the Courier-Express, MorningSunday”. Some imperfections. 11.5”h. 36”w. $100-300 18 AMERICAN CAST IRON COMPOTE WITH STONE FRUIT. Late 19th century. Old black paint. 5”h. Filled with nine pieces of miniature stone fruit with original paint. Includes banana, fig, and peaches. $100-250

21 AMERICAN GLASS COMPOTE AND COVER. Mid 19th century. Cheese or cake cover with folded rim, 7.5’h. 9”d., and a flint compote with paneled side,. 10.25”h. 10.5”d. $100-300 22 TWO AMERICAN PAINTINGS. Late 19th century. Oil on artist board, unsigned. Kittens in a basket with tag “DWJ Handle with Care, Columbus”. 11.25”h. 9.75”w., framed, 15”h. 13.5”w. And an oil on canvas of birds. Signed on the stretcher “Etta Larimore, June 1892 Granville, O.” (1864-1957). 12.25”h. 10”w., framed, 15.5”h. 13.25”w. $100-300 23 FOUR NEW ENGLAND WINDSOR SIDE CHAIRS. Early 19th century. Fanback with bamboo turned legs and stretchers. Old black paint has wear. 16”h. seat, 31”h. overall. $400-600

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19 THREE AMERICAN MIRRORED WALL SCONCES. Mid 19th century. Pair of conical sconces with original green paint. 13.5”h. And a single with a star design in the mirrored reflector. 11”h. Imperfections. $250-450 20 OHIO CAPTAIN’S CHAIR. Mid 19th century. Old bittersweet paint. Typed label on the underside “Gift of Ruth Ellen Hildebrant, was made by Columbus Marble. Early Wilmington furniture maker…” Repaired crest. 17”h. seat, 29.25”h. overall. $100-300

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24 HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATTER. England, 2nd quarter 19th century. Octagonal “Landing of Gen’l Lafayette”. Impressed “Clews”. 11.75” x 15.25”. $250-450 25 FOUR HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATES. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. “Landing of Gen’l Lafayette”. Impressed “Clews”. Varying wear. 9”d. $350-450

26 AMERICAN SHERATON STAND. Attributed to Portsmouth, New Hampshire, ca.1810, cherry. Rope twist legs and single dovetailed drawer. 27”h. 18” x 19.5”. $200-350

27 SHIP’S FIGURE HEAD. American or European, 19th century. Small bust of a man in a blue coat, possibly a model or architectural piece. Old paint. 24”h. $2,000-4,000

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28 HUDSON RIVER VALLEY HUTCH TABLE. Early 19th century, mixed woods including walnut and pine. Small with oval top and shaped shoe feet. Old worn green paint. Old refinishing. Wear, age splits. 25"h. 39"w. 33"d. Ex Kemble's Antiques (Ohio). $1,200-1,800 29 TWO AMERICAN TIN UTENSIL RACKS. Nineteenth century. Punched tin backs with shelves below. Urn, 15.25”h. 6.25”w., and compass star, 15.25”h. 13.5”w. $150-350

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30 AMERICAN FOLKSY PAINTING “PAPA’S SHIP”. Oil (?) on paper, initialed and dated “JFR 1880” lower right. Panoramic view of a town greeting two ships’ arrival. Small tear lower right. Late frame, 22”h. 24.5”w. $400-800 31 NEW ENGLAND THEOREM. Possibly Vermont, mid 19th century, watercolor on paper. Blue compote of fruit. Fluted frame. 13"h. 10"w. Ex June Lambert (Virginia). $600-900 32 FIVE-GALLON WEST PENNSYLVANIA TULIP DECORATED CROCK. Mid 19th century. Brushed cobalt right facing tulips and a “5” near bottom. 15”h. $450-650 33 AMERICAN PAPER CUTOUT. Second half-19th century. Detailed urn of flowers. Light edge toning. Mahogany frame, 12.25"h. 10.5"w. Stamp on back for John Gordon (New York) and penciled notation "Owned by Hattie Brunner, sold to George H. Lorimer, bought at his sale in NY, Hattie Klapp Brunner". Ex Olde Hope Antiques (Pennsylvania). $1,000-1,500

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34 FOUR AMERICAN LIGHTING DEVICES. Early 19th century. All with wooden bases. Two wrought iron rushlight holders (smaller may be late), 9”, 12.75”h., and a spiral twist candlestick with push up. 8.5”h. Together with a candlestick with brass push up and handle. 9.75”h. $150-350

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35 TWO PIECES OF AMERICAN TIN LIGHTING. Nineteenth century. Betty lamp on weighted base, 8.5”h., and a lidded bucket with multiple spouts and wire bale handle, 8.5”h. 16”d. $100-300

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36 NEW ENGLAND QUEEN ANNE MIRROR. Second quarter-18th century, mahogany veneer. Scrolled crest, two-part mirror with beveled bottom section. Imperfections. 44.5”h. 17.5”w. Ex Kenneth Hammitt (Connecticut). $600-1,200 37 PHILADELPHIA QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIR. Mid 18th century, walnut. Cabriole legs with trifid feet, molded edge seat frame with slip seat, vase splat, yoke crest and carved shell. Replaced slip seat, minor repair. 40”h. Ex Neil Gest (Ohio), sold at Garth’s lot 166, January 1991. $1,000-3,000

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38 AMERICAN STILL LIFE. Watercolor on paper. Finely detailed depiction of vegetables including carrots, green onions and cucumber. Penciled note on back “Done by a self taught Marine on board the Pearl, of the name of Clements 1829 (since dead)”. Taped. 6.5”h. 8”w. Framed, 9”h. 11”w. $300-600

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39 AMERICAN INLAID DOCUMENT BOX. Mid 19th century, mahogany. Multiple inlays including pinwheels, hearts and compass stars. 5”h. 9.5”w. 5”d. $600-800 40 AMERICAN MINIATURE CARRIER. Second half-19th century. Round bentwood carrier with lapped seams and copper tacks. Wire bale handle. Original blue paint. Edge wear. 3”h. 4.75”d. $300-600

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41 AMERICAN FOLKSY MIRROR. Mid 19th century, mahogany veneer. Ogee frame with scratch carved reeding and scallops. Minor edge loss. 19.5”h. 11.5”w. $100-300 42 BOW-BACK WINDSOR BY EBENEZER TRACY. Lisbon, Connecticut, late 18th century, mixed woods. Branded “EB Tracy” on the underside. Old red paint over black is worn. Loss of height. 16”h. seat, 36”h overall. $200-400 37 8 | GARTH’S 58th Annual Thanksgiving Auction: November 23, 2018

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43 AMERICAN STEPBACK CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, walnut with pine secondary. Two part. Top has doors with twelve glass panes and interior shelves. Base has two dovetailed drawers over two paneled doors. Replaced beadboard backboards. Old refinishing. 83”h. 51”w. 19”w. $600-900 44 HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATE. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Cadmus (so called) with shell border, impressed “Enoch Wood & Sons”. 10”d. $250-450 45 THREE HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATES. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. “Upper Ferry Bridge over the River Schuylkill” with eagle border, 8.75”d. and “Winter View Pittsfield, Mass” with eagle border, impressed “Clews”. 8.5”d. Together with “Fair Mount near Philadelphia” with eagle border. 10“d. Some imperfections. $250-500 46 FOUR HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATES. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Two Landing of the Fathers impressed “Enoch Wood & Sons”. 6.5”, 7.5”d., and two “Landing of Lafayette” impressed “Clews”. 7.75”, 10”d. $300-600 47 FOUR PIECES HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE. England, ca. 1820s. Cup plate with Castle Garden, impressed Enoch Wood & Sons, 3.75”d., and two handleless cups and saucers. Lafayette at Washington’s Tomb and seashell. Together with covered sugar “Comm. MacDonoughs Victory”. Unmarked Enoch Wood. 7.5”h. Imperfections. $100-300 48 TWO HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATES. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. “The Capitol Washington” with shell border. Repair. 7.75”d. And view of “Washington”, 7.75”d. $150-300

49 THREE PIECES OF HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Octagonal platter “Peace & Plenty”, 11.5” x 15”, “America and Independence” plate, 8.5”d., and soup, 10.25”d. with states border. All impressed “Clews”. Imperfections. $100-300 50 THREE HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PIECES. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Pitcher, “Landing of Gen’l Lafayette”. 7.5”h., teapot of Wadsworth Tower with shell border. Unmarked Enoch Wood. 8.5”h. Coffee pot of Lafayette at Franklin’s tomb. 10.25”h. Latter two are repaired. $300-600

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51 WINTER LANDSCAPE BY HATTIE BRUNNER (PENNSYLVANIA, 18891982). Watercolor on paper, signed and dated 1975 lower right. Horse drawn sleigh and children ice skating. Framed, 10.25”h. 12.25”w. A note on the back states it was purchased in 1975 and that the frame was made by Hattie Brunner. $1,000-2,500 52 AMERICAN DECORATED SHERATON CHEST. Second quarter-19th century, cherry with poplar secondary. One over three graduated dovetailed drawers. Turned feet. Original vinegar graining in bold designs. Traces of red paint remain on top. 42”h. 40.5”w. 21.75”d. $1,000-1,250

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53 AMERICAN HUTCH TABLE. Mid 19th century, chestnut. Long with two-board top. Old brown paint. 29"h. 72"w. 37"d. Ex Richard McCabe Murray (Pennsylvania). $400-600 54 ENGLISH WILLIAM AND MARY GATELEG TABLE. Mid 18th century, oak with pine secondary. Turned legs and stretcher base, one dovetailed drawer with replaced pull. Old refinishing, edge loss. 27”h. 31”w. 12”d. with two 13.5”leaves. $400-800

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55 AMERICAN CANDLESTAND. Early 19th century, mahogany. Octagonal top, turned post, and tripod base with iron spider. Dry varnish surface. Imperfections. 24.75”h. 17”d. $100-300

56 TWO PIECES OF OHIO STONEWARE. Third quarter-19th century. Jar with incised owl. Attributed Joshua J. German, (Hopewell Township). See lot 74. Damaged. And ovoid jug impressed “E. Hall, Ohio” (Newton Township) with cobalt accents. Illustrated on pages 220, 230, 231 in James L. Murphy’s “Checklist of 19th century Bluebird Potters and Potteries in Muskingum County, Ohio”. $200-300 57 THREE PIECES OF OHIO POTTERY. Second half-19th century. Brown slip with incised text. Redware pitcher “Independence Pottery, Dilts & McKibben, Messenger Office My Country” with vines. The Muskingum Messenger was a newspaper in Zanesville from 1809 to 1837. And two stoneware jugs. Presentation harvest jug “Mr. James Lewis, Moxahalia, O., Dick Brown Roseville”. Damage. And jug impressed “GM Crooks” (George Milton Crooks, Hopewell and Falls townships, later in Perry County, Ohio). Illustrated on pages 29, 161, 130 in James L. Murphy’s “Checklist of 19th century Bluebird Potters and Potteries in Muskingum County, Ohio”. $150-350 58 THREE OHIO STONEWARE CROCKS. Second half-19th century. Four-gallon impressed “J. Batson” (Hopewell Township) and five-gallon ovoid crock impressed “E. Sniff” (Edward Sniff (Newton Township). Illustrated on pages 101, 366, 367 in James L. Murphy’s “Checklist of 19 th -Century Bluebird Potters and Potteries in Muskingum County, Ohio”. Together with one marked “A. Griffith” (Abraham Griffith, Hopewell Township). $250-350


59 PENNSYLVANIA STONEWARE JUG. First half-19th century. Five-gallon semiovoid jug with two applied strap handles. Boldly brushed cobalt tulips. Hairline in handle. 17.5”h. $600-1,200 60 FOLK ART EAGLE ATTRIBUTED TO WILHELM SCHIMMEL (PENNSYLVANIA, 1817-1890). Wooden carved eagle with original red and black paint with yellow. Good dry surface. 6.25”h. 9.5”w. Ex Michael Goyda (Pennsylvania). Included is a 1982 note stating the eagle belonged to Mary S. Schue, Gardner’s Pennsylvania and handed down to Sharon Mason, and a letter from Milton E. Flower, author of “Wilhelm Schimmel and Aaron Mountz Wood Carvers”. $3,000-4,500 61 NEW BREMEN STEPBACK CUPBOARD. Ohio, mid 19th century, walnut with pine secondary. Two-piece cupboard with canted corners. Top has two doors with six glass panes, and six side lights. Base has two dovetailed drawers over two blind doors. All with agateware pulls. Refinished. 88.5”h. 64”w. 21”d. $600-1,200 62 THREE PIECES OF OHIO STONEWARE. Second half-19th century. Five-gallon churn marked “Havens” with cobalt accents. Charles Havens family were potters in Falls and Springfield townships. And a six-gallon jug with incised owl. Stamped “D. Sowers” (Daniel Sowers, Brush Creek Township). Damage. Illustrated on pages 242, 369 in James L. Murphy’s “Checklist of 19 th-Century Bluebird Potters and Potteries in Muskingum County, Ohio”. Together with a two crock marked “TL Amphlet (Thomas L. Amphlet merchant in Jackson, Michigan). $150-300

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63 TWO AMERICAN BUSKS. Mid 19th century. Decorative wooden one with chip carving, 20.25”l. And baleen example with incised designs including hearts, 13.5”l. Imperfections. $150-300 64 AMERICAN TAPE LOOM AND NIDDY NODDY. Nineteenth century. Dovetailed maple loom, 11”h. 14”l., and a chip carved niddy noddy with worn black paint. 16”l. $100-300 65 AMERICAN DRY SINK. Mid 19th century, pine. Square nail construction with zinc lined open well. Two dovetailed drawers and two blind doors. Old persimmon paint has edge wear. 37.5"h. 48"w. 19"d. Ex Joanne Boardman (Illinois). $600-800 61 www.GARTHS.com | 11


66 TURKEY BY DAVID ELLINGER (PENNSYLVANIA, 1913-2003). Watercolor on paper, signed and dated 1979. Colorful tom turkey in decorated frame. 9.25”h. 7.5”w. $250-450 67 FIVE-GALLON WEST PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED CROCK. Nineteenth century. Brushed cobalt “5” and floral decoration with incised ribs near center. 16”h. $500-700

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68 AMERICAN COUNTRY SERVER. Mid 19th century, pine. Gallery with shelf and scalloped sides and dovetailed drawer over two blind doors. Original grain paint. Wear and some board separation. 46.5”h. 36”w. 12”d. $150-350 69 AMERICAN TEA KETTLE AND STAND. Nineteenth century. Copper dovetailed kettle stamped “Pittsburgh” on the handle. Dents. 12”h. And a cast iron stand with tripod base, 15”h. 9”d. $150-350

73 TWO-GALLON WEST PENNSYLVANIA STONEWARE CROCK. Mid 19th century. Center incised ribbed and brushed cobalt with decorative “2” decoration. 12”h. $300-400

70 PENNSYLVANIA DRY SINK. York County, mid 19th century, pine. Deep well with high back. Nailed drawer over two blind doors. Old yellow paint has wear. 38.5”h. 46”w. 19.5”d. Ex Garland Warren (Texas). $1,000-2,000

74 OHIO STONEWARE CHURN. Third quarter-19th century. Incised owl design. Impressed “5 JJG” (Joshua J. German, Hopewell Township). Cobalt stencil “CC Rankin” a Newark grocer. Make-do metal band repair. Illustrated on page 219 in James L. Murphy’s “Checklist of 19th Century Bluebird Potters and Potteries in Muskingum County, Ohio”. $250-450

71 STENCILED PEAR STONEWARE CANNING JAR. Mid 19th century. Probably by Palatine Pottery of West Virginia with cobalt stenciled pear and brushed stripe decoration. 7.75”h. $200-400

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72 TWO-GALLON WEST PENNSYLVANIA STONEWARE CROCK. Mid 19th century. Brushed cobalt “2” and foliate decoration. 13.5”h. $300-400

75 OHIO STONEWARE JUG. Third quarter-19th century. Double handled ovoid jug with incised bird and faint “Benjamin Suttles” (Newton Township). Illustrated on page 385 and 386 in James L. Murphy’s “Checklist of 19th Century Bluebird Potters and Potteries in Muskingum County, Ohio“. $250-450


76 AMERICAN ETHAN ALLEN SIGNED WEATHERVANE. Marked on the side “AJ Harris & Co.”, Boston, late 19th century. Full-bodied copper race horse with verdigris patina. A few well repaired holes. 23”h. 34.5”l. $3,000-6,000 77 AMERICAN SUGAR BUCKET. Second half-19th century. Wood stave construction with bentwood bands and swing handle. Original yellow paint. Wear. 9.75”h. 10”d. $100-350 78 NEW ENGLAND THEOREM. Second quarter-19th century, oil on velvet. Parrot eating a basket of fruit. Butterfly to one side. Stains. Reeded frame, 16.75"h. 20.75"w. Ex Whitlach Collection (Massachusetts), ex Stephen-Douglas (Vermont). $800-1,250 79 NEW YORK DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. Ca. 1825-1830, pine. Six-board dovetailed case with bracket feet and interior till. Original comb-grained decoration. Some edge wear. 20"h. 38.5"w. 18"d. Ex Russell Carrell (Connecticut), ex Hawk's Nest Antiques (Vermont). Pictured in American Painted Furniture 16601880, by Fales, pg 215, plate 362. $1,000-1,500

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80 HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATE. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. “City of Albany, State of New York” with shell border, impressed “Enoch Wood & Sons”. 10.25”d. $150-300

81 AMERICAN DRY SINK. Mid 19th century, pine. Large dry sink with old robin’s egg blue paint. Back gallery with shelf. Zinc lined well. Two blind doors. Imperfections. 51.75”h. 70”w. 22”d. $2,000-4,000

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82 PENNSYLVANIA PIE PLATE. Attributed to Dryville Pottery, Berks County, mid 19th century. Green and brown slip stylized tulip. Coggled rim. A few glaze flakes. 7.75”d. $900-1,250 83 PENNSYLVANIA PIE PLATE. Possibly Diehl Pottery, Bucks County, mid 19th century. Tulip in yellow, brown and green slip. Coggled rim. Small edge flakes. 8.5”d. Ex David Good (Ohio). $3,500-4,500 82 - 83

84 AMERICAN COUNTRY SECRETARY BOOKCASE. Dated 1817 top and bottom. Two-piece with paneled doors on top and interior shelves. Base had slant front and three graduated, beaded, dovetailed drawers with replaced pulls. Shaped feet and scalloped apron. Old red paint has dry surface. 32” writing height. 69”h. 42”w. 19.5”d. Ex Pick Richardson (Ohio). $2,500-4,500 85 AMERICAN ROPE BED. Mid 19th century. Turned posts with cannonball finials. Old red paint has wear. 44”h. 50.5”w. Original rails (reworked), 76”l. $100-350 86 AMERICAN CHILD’S BENCH. Second half-19th century. Wagon seat-type bench with original yellow paint and landscape reserves on the back. Old, possibly original, rush seat. Wear and yellowed varnish. 22"h. 26.5"w. Ex William Lewan (New Hampshire). $200-400 87 AMERICAN REDWARE LOAF PAN. Mid 19th century. Coggled rim and yellow slip swirls. Minor edge flakes. 9” x 14”. $200-300

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88 AMERICAN REDWARE PIE PLATE. Mid 19th century. Green and brown slip lollipops or pinwheel design. Coggled rim. Wear and edge flakes. 8”d. $300-600


89 AMERICAN REDWARE LOAF PAN. Mid 19th century. Green squiggle slip decoration, coggled rim. Minor rim flake. 12” x 17”. $800-1,200 90 AMERICAN REDWARE LOAF PAN. Mid 19th century. Dark brown and yellow slip “comma” decoration, coggled rim. 11.5” x 14”. $1,000-1,500 91 TWO AMERICAN REDWARE PIE PLATES. Mid 19th century. Yellow slip linear decoration, larger has coggled rim. Flakes. 9”, 7”d. $250-450 92 AMERICAN REDWARE PIE PLATE. Mid 19th century. Yellow slip linear design. Glaze flakes. 12”d. $200-350 93 AMERICAN REDWARE PIE PLATE. Mid 19th century. Yellow slip lines and flourishes. Edge chips. 10.25”d. $150-300

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96 AMISH PIECED QUILT. Found in Nebraska, early 20th century. Hand stitched Grandma’s flower garden with black border. 56” x 78”. $100-300 97 INDIANA SIGNATURE QUILT. Inked cloth label “Made by Miss Jennie Neff’s S.S. (Sunday School) Class 1933. Howard Earl Smith from Grandma Cowher”. Blue and white nine patch with stitched signatures (over 1250). Hand stitched tulip quilting with pencil lines intact. 76” x 76”. $250-500

98 AMERICAN PIECED QUILT. Ca. 1930s. Oriental Poppy pattern from mail order kit by Ruby S. McKim Studios, Independence, Missouri. Hand stitched. 84” x 98”. $100-300

99 AMERICAN PIECED QUILT. Late 19th century. Log Cabin reputedly made from military uniforms. 83” x 96”. $100-300

94 THREE PIECES OF TOLE. American and English, 2nd quarter-19th century. Original decoration. Tall pot with domed lid, 10.5”h., octagonal tray with tulips, 6” x 8.75”, and a hogscraper candlestick, 8.25”h. Varying wear. $200-400 95 PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. Attributed to Dauphin County, pine. Six-board dovetailed case with bracket feet and interior till. Original mustard paint with blue tombstone panels featuring compass stars and tulips. Panels may have later enhancement. Wrought iron strap hinges. Wear, mustard paint is alligatored. 23”h. 51”w. 24.5”d. $2,500-4,500

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100 PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN BY RALPH D. CURTIS (NEW YORK, 1808-1885). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Woman holding a handkerchief. 34”h. 23”w., framed, 40.75”h. 29.25”w. Ex Matt Ehrseman. Illustrated in “The Magazine Antiques” article, May 2013. $1,000-2,500 101 MORAVIAN REDWARE BOWL. First half-19th century. Pale yellow (ivory) and green slip designs including star center. 2.75”h. 10.5”d. $2,000-4,000 102 AMERICAN STILL LIFE OF EGGS. Late 19th century, oil on canvas. Unsigned. Nest and basket of eggs. 18"h. 25"w., framed, 21.5"h. 28.25"w. Ex Judy and Jim Milne (New York). $200-400 103

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103 EUROPEAN HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD. Late 18th century, pine. Pegged construction and original floral painted decoration and “Anno 1799”. Interior shelves with old white paint. Added hangers. Wear. 37”h. 28”w. 16.5”d. $250-450 104 BANISTER BACK SIDE CHAIR. Probably American, mid 18th century. Scalloped crest with pierce carved heart. Old rush seat. Edge loss. 17”h. seat, 46.25”h. overall. $200-400 105 THREE AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY WINDSOR CHAIRS. Marked “R. Grell, 1999”. Two continuous armchairs, 39”h., and combback continuous armchair, 46.5”h. Knuckle arms and distressed black paint. $250-500

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106 EIGHT AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY WINDSOR SIDE CHAIRS. Marked “R. Grell, 1999”. Bowbacks with distressed black paint. 38.5”h. $400-800

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107 AMERICAN COUNTRY QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIR. Second half-18th century. Turned front stretcher, vase splat, yoke crest and old alligatored black paint with stenciled design. 16”h. seat, 40.5”h. overall. $100-300

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108 AMERICAN REDWARE JUG. Mid 19th century. Ovoid with mottled green and orange glaze. Applied ribbed handle. 6.75”h. $600-1,200 109 AMERICAN REDWARE JAR. Probably Pennsylvania, half-19th century. Incised flowers with raised green glaze. 9”h. $400-800 110 AMERICAN REDWARE JAR. Attributed to E. White, Mercer, Pennsylvania, mid 19th century. Foliate designs in brown glaze. Edge flakes. 4.5”h. Sold at Sotheby’s, January 1999, lot 310. $400-800

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111 AMERICAN REDWARE PIE PLATE. Ca. 1824-1825. Yellowware slip “Lafayette”. Coggled rim. Edge flakes. 12.25”d. $1,500-3,000 112 AMERICAN REDWARE LOAF PAN. Mid 19th century. Coggled rim with swirled slip decoration in yellow, green and brown. 10” x 13.5”. $1,000-2,000 113 AMERICAN DECORATED BIN. Mid 19th century, pine. Square nail construction. Divided bin with two lift lids and turned feet. Original grain paint. Minor edge wear. 20”h. 49.5”w. 16.5”d. $400-600

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114 AMERICAN STAND. Second half-19th century, mixed woods including maple and chestnut. Pinned construction, turned legs, and two dovetailed drawers. Two-board top. Old refinishing. 28”h. 16.75”w. 17.5”d. $100-300 115 NEW ENGLAND JOINT STOOL. Nineteenth century, maple. Pinned construction with turned legs, stretcher base and curly maple top. Old refinishing, age splits and repair in top. 21"h. 17.75"w. 14.5"d. Ex Stephen-Douglas (Vermont). $400-600

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116 AMERICAN CIGAR STORE INDIAN. Second half-19th century. Standing figure with feathered headdress. Old polychrome paint. Drilled hole in top of head. Wear, age splits. 60.5”h. $2,000-4,000 117 AMERICAN ODD FELLOWS STAFF FINIAL. Late 19th-early 20th century. Carved wooden heart in hand with original paint and gilding. Wear. 10.75”h. including base. Ex Ted Fuehr (Kansas). $300-500

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118 TWO-GALLON WEST PENNSYLVANIA CROCK. Mid 19th century. Decorative “2” encircled by dots, foliate, and abstract brushed cobalt decoration and incised ribs at center and near top. 12”h. $350-450 119 AMERICAN ROOSTER WEATHERVANE. Late 19th century. Similar to roosters attributed to Harris & Co., Boston. Full-bodied copper rooster on arrow with verdigris patina. Some added gilding. Imperfections. 22”h. 24”l. including base. $1,500-2,500 120 OHIO HEPPLEWHITE CANDLESTAND. Late 18th-early 19th century, cherry. Two-board top, turned column, and three tapered legs. Refinished. 28”h. 15.25” x 17.25”. $100-300

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121 AMERICAN COUNTRY HEPPLEWHITE TABLE. Early 19th century, pine. Pinned construction, two-board top and tapered legs. Base has old red paint. Underside has traces of blue paint. Wear. 27”h. 25.5”w. 25.5”d. $100-300

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122 AMERICAN DOUGH BOX. First half-19th century, oak and poplar. Dovetailed case, turned legs with stretcher base. Pinned and rose head nail construction. Removable two-board top with breadboard ends. Refinished. 29.5"h. 46"w. 26.5"d. Ex Richard McCabe Murray (Pennsylvania). $250-500

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123 FRAKTUR BY NICHOLAS QUAST (PENNSYLVANIA, ACTIVE 1807-1808). Watercolor on laid paper, signed and dated 1808 lower right. House blessing with birth information at the bottom for Magdalena Miller born 1801 in Penn Township, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. Imperfections. 21.5”h. 17”w. Pictured in “Genealogist’s Guide to Fraktur” by Corinne Earnest and Beverly Hoch, pg. 22. $1,000-1,500 124 PORTRAIT OF A GIRL ATTRIBUTED TO AARON DEAN FLETCHER (VERMONT/NEW YORK, 18171902). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Young girl wearing a pink dress. Restoration. 20”h. 16”w., later decorated frame, 23”h. 18”w. See the” Magazine Antiques”, 1979, pg. 186. PL. II. $1,000-1,250 123

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125 AMERICAN WILLIAM AND MARY MULE CHEST. Early 18th century, pine. Two dovetailed drawers with original pulls. Staple hinges. Refinished with probable replaced onion feet. Minor imperfections. 38”h. 40”w. 18”d. Reputedly from the family of Judge Jesse Root, (Coventry, Connecticut, 1736-1822). $600-900 126 TWO AMERICAN CANDLE LANTERNS. Nineteenth century, tin and glass. Blown glass globe, 13”h., and molded paneled glass with removable glass font with whale oil burner, 16”h. overall. $150-300 127 AMERICAN BUILT-IN CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, pine. Small cupboard with canted back, paneled door and interior shelves. Applied framework. Old green paint. Wear and some edge loss. 39.5”h. 23.5”w. 15”d. $100-300 128 TWO AMERICAN WINDSOR CHAIRS. Early 19th century. Continuous armchair from Connecticut with nine spindles. 16.5”h. seat, 34”h. overall, and child’s fanback with original paint from Rhode Island. 13.5”h. seat, 32.5”h. overall. Repairs. $200-400

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129 MAINE DECORATED SHERATON DRESSING TABLE. Second quarter-19th century, pine. Original yellow paint with fruit decoration on crest. Four dovetailed drawers with replaced pulls. Wear. 38.5”h. 32.25”w. 15.25”d. $300-500 130 CHINESE EXPORT TEA SET. Early 19th century. Tea set with teapot, 6”h., helmet creamer, covered sugar, five handleless cups and three cups with six assorted saucers, and plate, 8”d. Floral gilt design and berry finials. Imperfections. An old note states it was a “Wedding set brought from China to my Great Grandmother Harrod in 1812”. $300-600 131 SHAVING MIRROR AND NEEDLEWORK PANEL. First half-19th century. New York shaving mirror, poplar with mahogany veneer. Ogee feet and dovetailed drawer with brass pull and inlaid trim. Alligatored varnish. 17”h. 14.5”w. 7”d. And an oval frame from a pole screen with floral needlework. Imperfections. 18.5”h. 16”w. $150-300

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132 THREE AMERICAN DECORATED CHAIRS. Mid 19th century. Two side chairs with original paint. Replaced rush seat, original splint seat. 17.5”h. 32.5”w. And a fancy armchair with original grain paint and fruit stencil. Refinished with repairs. 18”h. seat, 34.5”h. overall. $100-300 133 AMERICAN BLANKET CHEST. Possibly Pennsylvania, 1st half-19th century, maple. Six-board chest with bracket feet. Square nail construction, wrought iron strap hinges. Poplar till with chalk numerical notes. Refinished. Age splits. 21.5”h. 41.5”w. 16.75”d. $250-450

138 ARMILLARY SUNDIAL AND COLUMN. Twentieth century. Later brass sundial, 18”h., and a two-part stone baluster column, 30”h. $100-300 139 AMERICAN CHIMNEY CAP AND PLANTER. Late 19th-20th century. Cast foliate designs. Terra cotta cap, 24”h. And a two-part pottery octagonal planter, 22.5”h $100-200 140 AMERICAN PEWTER GIMBAL LAMP. Gimbal lamp marked “Yale & Curtis NY” (1858 to 1867). Whale oil burners. Probable replaced brass ring. 6.5”h. Ex Roger Bacon. $100-300

134 AMERICAN FERN STAND. Mid 20th century, pine. Simple form with original yellow paint. 32.5”h. 9.75” x 9.75”. $75-150

141 PAIR OF BRASS CANDLESTICKS. Probably Spain, late 17th century. Threaded posts and sockets with extractor holes. 5.5”h. $400-600

135 TWO AMERICAN BENTWOOD CARRIERS. Second half-19th century. Round with lapped seams and iron tacks. Wire bale handles. Original red paint, 5”h. 9”d., and old green, 6.5”h. 11”d. Wear and age splits. $100-300

142 MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A MAN. Probably American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Man with blue eyes and a vague landscape background. Collar possibly retouched. Brass locket frame, 3”h. 2.25”w. $150-300

136 BENCH AND PETRIFIED STUMP. American sandstone bench, early 20th century. Three parts. 18”h 53”w. 17”d. And a petrified tree stump, 16”h. $200-300

142A TWO AMERICAN LIGHTING DEVICES. Ca. 1850s. Brass spring loaded candlestick “Archer & Warner, Makers Philadelphia”. Worn fire gilding. 8”h. And a tin oil lamp “P. Sargent’s Patent Mar 4th 1856, Port. Mass.” Painted font. Wear. 8.5”h. $100-300

137 TWO AMERICAN CAST IRON GARDEN URNS. Early 20th century. Classical style. Two-part urn with old black paint. Wear. 37”h. And urn with old white paint. Wear. 19.5”h. Together with a concrete plinth with cast stars and anchors. Edge loss. 20”h. 15” x 15”. $100-350

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143 AMERICAN STILL LIFE. Mid 19th century, pastel on paper. Strawberries and citrus on a marble table. Gilt frame, 16.5”h. 18.5”w. $250-350 144 AMERICAN CHILD’S TRANSITIONAL CHEST. Second quarter-19th century, mixed woods including curly maple and chestnut. Sheraton to Empire with turned pilasters and four dovetailed drawers with brass pulls. Top drawer fitted for a desk (incomplete). Refinished. 29.5”h. 22.5”w. 19”d. $400-600

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145 AMERICAN ANNIVERSARY TIN TOP HAT. Nineteenth century. Nicely made with rolled rim. 5.5”h. $250-400 146 AMERICAN DECORATED GAMEBOARD. Early 20th century. Single board with original paint. Checkers with Eastlake-style border and design on opposite side. Lightly crazed surface. Some edge and surface wear. 23” x 23”. $300-500 144

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147 AMERICAN BASKET. Late 19th-early 20th century, woven splint. Original chrome yellow paint. Some wear and loss. 14.5”h. 18”l. $150-300 148 AMERICAN SUGAR BUCKET. Second half-19th century. Stave construction with bentwood bands and swing handle. Original pale yellow paint. Wear. 13.5”h. 15”d. $250-450 149 VERMONT BLANKET CHEST. Mid 19th century, pine. Wrought iron nails, old blue paint and cutout feet. Interior till. Replaced staple hinges. Age splits. 25”h. 51.5”w. 18”d. $200-400 147 - 149

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150 AMERICAN REDWARE PAN. Mid 19th century. Brown slip tulip decoration on a yellow slip ground. Coggled rim. Repair. 3”h. 13”d. $900-1,250 151 NEW YORK REDWARE JAR. Mid 19th century. Some light yellow mottling in the glaze. Incised songbird with green glaze. 10"h. Ex Gary and Diana Stradling (New York). $450-650 152 AMERICAN DIMINUTIVE REDWARE JUG. Mid 19th century. Semi ovoid with applied strap handle. Manganese floral designs. Minor crazing. 4”h. $200-400

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153 AMERICAN POTTERY JUG. Mid 19th century. White clay jug with cream glaze and decoration in yellow, green, and brown. Applied handle. Edge chips. 8.5”h. $300-600 154 AMERICAN REDWARE JAR. Probably Pennsylvania, 2nd half-19th century. Slip feather decoration on green glaze and applied handle. Wear. 12”h. $800-1,200 155 AMERICAN STONEWARE JUG. Mid 19th century. Brushed cobalt tulip. Applied strap handle. 9”h. $300-500 156 AMERICAN STONEWARE PITCHER. Mid 19th century. Brushed cobalt floral and foliage decorated pitcher with applied strap handle attributed to Remmey Pottery of Philadelphia, PA. 8.75”h. $500-700

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157 ENGLISH MINIATURE OF AN OFFICER. Early 19th century, oil on heavy paper board. Wigged officer in red coat. Some surface wear. Papier mache frame with oak leaf hanger. 5”h. 4.25”w. $100-300 158 THREE WEST PENNSYLVANIA CANNING JARS. Mid 19th century. Each with brushed cobalt stripe decoration. All approximately 6.5”h. $250-500 159 HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATE. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. “Commodore MacDonough’s Victory” with shell borders, impressed “Enoch Wood & Sons”. 10”d. $150-300

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160 FARM SCENE BY HENRY DOUSA (INDIANA/BELGIUM, 1820-1885). Oil on canvas, signed and date 1875 lower right. Summer scene of fenced pastures and farm buildings surrounded by pine trees. 31”h. 35”w., late frame, 32.75”h. 37.75”w. $8,000-10,000 161 AMERICAN PUNCHED TIN COFFEE POT. Mid 19th century. Tulip pots. Brass finial. Small dents. 12”h. $400-800 162 NEW ENGLAND DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. Ca.1830, pine. Six-board dovetailed case with bracket feet with interior till. Original grain paint decoration. Edge wear. 23”h. 46”w. 19”d. $800-1,200 163 AMERICAN CHALKWARE GARNITURE. Late 19th century. Fruit and foliage. Original paint is worn. 13.5”h. $250-450 164 THREE WEST PENNSYLVANIA STRIPED CANNING JARS. Mid 19th century. Brushed cobalt decoration. Two 8”h., one 8.5”h. $200-400

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165 AMERICAN POTTERY FLOWER POT. Second half-19th century. White clay with tan slip and tulip design. Attached saucer. Edge flakes. 5”h. $100-300 166 TWO AMERICAN FIGURAL WHISTLES. Nineteenth century. Redware dog, 3"h., and Lancaster County, Pennsylvania white clay bird with two-tone glaze, 3.5"h. Ex David Good (Ohio). $400-800 161

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167 PAIR OF PORTRAITS (IRISH SCHOOL, 2ND QUARTER-19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Naïve portraits of husband and wife. He wears a striped vest and holds a newspaper “Belfast News”. She wears a cap and holds a pink flower. Restoration. 22.25”h. 17.25”w., framed, 24.5”h. 19.5”w. $500-800 168 MAINE CARVED EAGLE. Late 19th century, pine. American eagle with shield. Traces of old blue paint. 24”h. 42”w. $250-500 169 AMERICAN STONEWARE CROCK AND JUG. Mid 19th century. Brushed cobalt designs. Crock, 7.75”h., and ovoid jug with applied handle. Impressed “C. Boynton, Troy” (Calvin Boynton, Troy, New York). 11”h. $200-350 170 TWO SILHOUETTES OF MEN. Probably American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Hollow cut with inked clothing. Some stains. Eglomise mats and gilt frames, 6”h. 5”w., 5.75”h. 4.75”w. $100-300 171 AMERICAN ODD FELLOWS BALLOT BOX. Attributed to Ohio, early 20th century. Wooden box with machine dovetailing. Original painted reserves with decoupage prints. Includes marbles. 4”h. 14”l. $100-250 24 | GARTH’S 58th Annual Thanksgiving Auction: November 23, 2018

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172 TWO GROTESQUE JUGS BY ROBERT JACKSON. Impressed “Jackson Pottery, Rock Island, Illinois, 1990” with inscribed signature. 8”h. $100-300 173 AMERICAN TRAMP ART JEWELRY BOX. Early 20th century. Good form with two velvet lined drawers. 8.5”h. 12”l. $100-300 174 FOLK ART CANOE SIGNED “E. REED”. Sandstone, signed and dated on the prow “E. Reed, 1979”. Most likely a piece by Ernest “Popeye” Reed (Ohio, 1919-1985). American Indian in a canoe. 5”h. 14”l. $150-300 175 TWO AMERICAN CAMPAIGN TORCH HELMETS. Second half-19th century. Tin helmets with visors and brass oak leaves. Oil lamp finials. Some wear and minor rust. 12.5”h. $250-450 176 AMERICAN TIN LANTERN. Mid 19th century. Glass cleat globe and tin font with burning fluid burner. 17”h. $150-300


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177 AMERICAN PRINT “VIEW OF COLUMBUS, O.” Ca.1861, printed by Sachse & Co., Baltimore, and published by J.T. Palmatary, chromolithograph on paper. Bird’s eye “View of Columbus, O. from Capitol University”. Some imperfections. Framed, 33.”h. 48.5”w. overall. $600-800

180 AMERICAN KAS. First half-19th century, cherry with pine secondary. Square nail construction. Onepiece kas with bracket feet and two doors. Interior shelves. Replaced hinges. Wear. 81”h. 50”w. 19”d. $400-800

178 PENNSYLVANIA HANGING SHELF. Muncie, mid 19th century, pine. Shelf with nailed drawer. Sides and underside have cutout compass stars and hearts. Old red stain. Edge wear and added pulls. 12.5”h. 23”w. Ex Mary Snyder (Pennsylvania). $100-300

181 AMERICAN KITCHEN ITEMS. Nineteenth century. Six tin cookie cutters including heart in hand (heart missing), wrought iron dough scraper, and bentwood pantry box with lapped seams, 5”h. 9”d. Together with two tin candle molds, two-tube and six-tube. Splits. 9.5”, 11”h. $100-300

179 AMERICAN SILHOUETTE OF A MAN. Second quarter-19th century. Hollow cut portrait of an elderly gentleman. Pen and ink notation “A Cut Likeness of Isaac Foote Esq__”. An inked bill on laid paper behind the silhouette is for surveying land in 1808 for Robert Livingstone. Apparently as of 1817 the bill was still unpaid. Late curly maple frame, 7.5”h. 6.5”w. $250-450

182 FOUR ENGLISH QUEEN ANNE BRASS CANDLESTICKS. Mid 18th century. Seamed construction. Some imperfections. 7” to 8”h. $250-450 180

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183 AMERICAN BAND BOX. Ca.1832. “Les Trois Jours” block printed wallpaper with military barricade and flags “Ordre Liberte” and “27, 28 & 29 Juillet 1830”. Interior lined with Pennsylvania newspapers, one dated 1832. Wear. 13.5”h. 17”l. $400-800 183

184 AMERICAN STEPBACK CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, cherry with pine secondary. Two-piece cupboard with square nail construction. Two blind doors on top, pie shelf and two dovetailed drawers in base over two blind doors. One drawer is fitted. Original pulls. Turned legs. Refinished with some pierced repairs. 83.5”h. 50.5”w. 20”d. $900-1,200 185 SIX AMERICAN DECORATED SIDE CHAIRS. Possibly Ohio, mid 19th century. Original grain paint with stenciled and hand painted decoration. Rush seats. Varying wear. 17.25”h. seat, 32.25”h. overall. $400-600 186 AMERICAN DOCUMENT BOX. Mid 19th century, pine. Old black paint with good dry surface. Bone escutcheon and applied bosses. Brass feet and applied Navy emblem on lid. Foil lined interior. Some scratches. 5.5”h. 11”w. 6”d. $100-300 187 AMERICAN FOLKSY INLAID SHAVING MIRROR. Late 19th-early 20th century, mixed woods. Scalloped posts and geometric inlay. 13.5”h. 15.75”w. $100-300

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188 PENNSYLVANIA FRAKTUR. Printed by Jacob Stover, Lebanon, on laid paper. Handcolored flowers and heart. Records the birth of Magdalena Peiffer, 1792 in Berks County. Imperfections. Late frame, 16.25”h. 19”w. overall. $200-400 189 AMERICAN DECORATED GAMEBOARD. Early 20th century. Double-sided single wooden board with breadboard ends. Original paint. Parcheesi, one side with stars. Wear, mostly to one side. 21.5”h. 20.25”w. $600-800 190 AMERICAN ODD FELLOWS HEART IN HAND STAFF. Late 19th-early 20th century. Carved finial with original paint. Hand is painted black. Some wear, more wear on pole. 74”h. Bought at annual Odd Fellows auction, Guthrie Center, Iowa. $1,000-2,000

191 AMERICAN LANTERN. American or English, late 18th-early 19th century. Tin with “dormer” vents and thin horn panels. Stamped “6 WR” on the bottom. Imperfections. 18.5”h. $200-350 192 AMERICAN PILLAR AND SCROLL CLOCK. Early 19th century, mahogany veneer. Paper label for “Eli Terry”, Hartford, Connecticut. Face has original paint and gilding. Reverse painted glass panel in door with Federal house. Brass finials, bird’s-eye maple inlay on plinths. Old refinishing. 31.5”h. 16.5”w. $100-300 193 AMERICAN SCHOOLMASTER’S DESK. Mid 19th century, pine. Two-part desk with slanted lift lid and fitted interior. Base has tapered legs and two dovetailed drawers. Original grained paint. Edge wear. 40.5”h. 36”w. 24”d. $250-450

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194 DRAWING BY FERDINAND A. BRADER (OHIO/PENNSYLVANIA, 1833-1901). Colored pencil and graphite on paper, signed lower right. Panoramic view of Victorian brick buildings “Insane Building, Boiler House, Hospital 1895”. Framed, 34.5”h. 45”w. Illustrated in The Legacy of Ferdinand A. Brader, published Dec. 2014 by the Center for the Study of Art in Rural America, as "67 [Stark County Infirmary]...Collection of Robert and Katharine Booth." $2,500-4,500

195 NEW ENGLAND DECORATED SHERATON CARD TABLE. Second quarter-19th century, mixed woods including mahogany. Bowfront with biscuit corners and swing leg. The top, leaf and legs have original grain painting. Apron has mahogany and maple veneer. 30.5”h. 36”w. 18”d. with 18” leaf. $800-1,200 196 AMERICAN STILL LIFE. Watercolor and graphite on paper. Glass compote with fruit “Feuch—esar”. Some edge loss. Framed, 13.25”h. 11.25”w. $100-300 197 TWO AMERICAN STICK DECOYS. Mid 20th century. Wooden cutout silhouettes of Canada geese with movable necks. Original paint. 25”h. $75-125 198 EMBROIDERED POCKET. Nineteenth century. Silk on linen in geometric design. Holes for drawstring. Framed, 12.75”h. 14.75”w. $100-300

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199 AMERICAN BAND BOX. Second quarter-19th century. Wallpaper with yellow and white on grey green ground. Wear. 12.5”h. 14.5”x 18”. $100-300 200 AMERICAN BAND BOX BY HANNAH DAVIS. An1842 label for Hannah Davis (New Hampshire, 17841863). Oriental poppy design. Wear. 12.25”h. 12.5” x 16.25”. Ref: 1960; Lilian Carlisle; “Bandboxes at The Shelburne Museum” pp. 5, plate 32. $250-450 201 AMERICAN QUEEN ANNE DISHTOP CANDLESTAND. Attributed to Virginia, mid 18th century, yellow pine. Original pegs. 27.5”h. 19”d. $250-500

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202 PENNSYLVANIA REDWARE PIE PLATE. Attributed to Dryville, Berks County, mid 19th century. Stylized tulip in yellow and brown slip. Glaze flakes. 10"d. Ex June Lambert (Virginia). $800-1,200 203 AMERICAN REDWARE PIE PLATE. Mid 19th century. Linear “quilted” design in yellow slip. Coggled rim. Edge flakes. 12.25”d. $350-550 204 AMERICAN REDWARE PIE PLATE. Possibly Moravian, 19th century. Circular design in yellow slip, coggled rim. Edge flakes. 11”d. $400-600 205 AMERICAN REDWARE PIE PLATE. Mid 19th century. "Mince Pies" in yellow slip. Coggled edge. Wear and flakes. 10.25"d. Ex Julie Lindberg (Pennsylvania). $150-300 206 AMERICAN REDWARE PIE PLATE. Mid 19th century. Yellow and green slip flower center, coggled rim. A few glaze flakes. 6.5”d. $400-600

207 AMERICAN REDWARE PIE PLATE. Mid 19th century. Brown slip brushed hearts. 7”d. $250-450 208 AMERICAN REDWARE PIE PLATE. Mid 19th century. Small with wavy yellow and green slip lines. Coggled rim. In the making firing lines. 6.25”d. Ex Stephen-Douglas (Vermont). $250-450 209 TWO AMERICAN MIRRORS. Mid 19th century. Decorated frames with original paint. Grain painted, 17.75”h. 13.75”w., and smoked decoration with original stenciling. Attributed to New England. 9.5”h. 7.5”w. $250-350 210 TWO AMERICAN LANDSCAPES. Second half-19th century. Pastel on sandpaper. Naïve lake scene with cabin. Framed, 13”h. 16.25”w. And oil on poplar panel. Deer and ruins. 10.5”h. 15”w. $150-350

211 AMERICAN PATRIOTIC WALL PLAQUE. Late 20th century. Folk art carved wooden shield with American eagle, flowers, and four presidential portraits of Lincoln, Grant, McKinley, and Kennedy. Original paint. 38.5”h. 27”w. $250-450 212 AMERICAN HANGING WALL BOX. Second half-19th century, pine. Square nail construction. Wall pocket with two nailed drawers. Old dry black paint over red. Some wear. 24”h. 12”w. 7”d. $350-500 213 AMERICAN CONESTOGA WAGON BOX. Ca.1800, pine. Slant top box with wrought iron strap hinges and bands. Traces of old red and black paint. Wear and age splits. 18”h. 15.5”w. $400-800 214 TWO AMERICAN GAMEBOARDS. Early 20th century. Original paint. Double sided with breadboard ends. Checkers and parcheesi. 18” x 18”. And checkerboard with applied molding. Star on the back. 14.5” x 14.75”. $200-400 www.GARTHS.com | 29


215 AMERICAN BARBER POLE. Late 19th-early 20th century. Turned wooden pole with original paint. Wear. 41”h. $250-450

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216 AMERICAN PIN PRICK IMAGE OF A WOMAN. Early 19th century, pin prick and watercolor on laid paper. Full-length image of a well-dressed woman holding a flower basket. Paste (?) jewels. Gilt frame, 10.5”h. 14.5”w. $300-600 217 AMERICAN STILL LIFE (EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Watercolor on paper, signed “FM Wheeler, ‘12”. Cut watermelon with knife. Address label on back for “Mrs. Esburn Wheeler, Stella, Nebraska”. Oak frame, 21”h. 25”w. $200-300

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218 PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED SHERATON STAND. Juniata County, 2nd quarter-19th century, poplar. Turned legs, one dovetailed drawer. Original grain paint. 30”h. 24”w. 19.75”d. $150-350 219 AMERICAN BLANKET CHEST. Mid 19th century, pine. Dovetailed with old grain paint and traces of blue on molding. Turned feet and walnut till. Worn. 23.75”h. 38”w. 21.5”d. $250-450

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220 AMERICAN STEPBACK CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, walnut and pine. One-piece cupboard with open top, shelves, and two blind doors below. Old brown stain. Edge wear. 73”h. 37.5”w. 21.5”d. $300-600 221 PAIR OF CERAMIC CATS BY MARY ALICE HADLEY. Louisville, Kentucky, mid 20th century, signed. Blue and white seated cats. 14.25”h. $100-200 222 TRENCHER AND FOLK ART DOOR HANDLE. Nineteenth century wooden trencher with scrubbed surface. Bottom has notation in marker “__ von Wahlde…Anderson, Indiana”. Age splits. 4”h. 22”l., and a 20th-century carved handle in the form of a man. Reputedly made by a Canadian cabinet maker. 13.75”l. $150-300 223 AMERICAN FOLK ART CANE. Early 20th century. Knobby branch with a carved handle in the form of a man’s head. Natural surface. Wear and age splits. 37”l. $100-200 224 FOUR AMERICAN HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. Nineteenth century. Original paint. Brass bedwarmer with painted handle, 42”l., and two turtleback bellows. Stenciled fruit and floral designs on red smoked ground, 18”l., and yellow ground, 17.5”l. Together with a Silliman inkwell with stenciled decoration. “Manufactured by S. Silliman & Co., Chester, Conn”. 2.25”h. 3.75”d. $100-350


225 AMERICAN TAPE LOOM. Nineteenth century. Hand carved with original green paint and cutout heart crest. Age split. 15”h. 11”w. $200-400 226 AMERICAN ADVERTISING SIGN. Early 20th century. Wooden sign with original paint. “Consult Chular & Anwor Safe & Special Treatment for Eye, Ear, Catarrh, Rheumatism, also for Falling Hair & Weak Nerves”. 11.5”h. 13.25”w. $100-250 227 DECORATIVE AMERICAN TRADE SIGN. Late 20th century, tin. Optometrist’s spectacles with eyes. Original paint is flaking. 10”h. 34”w. $100-200 228 THREE GROTESQUE JUG BIRD HOUSES BY ROBERT JACKSON. Rock Island, Illinois, late 20th century. Inscribed signatures. Two have hangers. Average 9”h. $100-250 229 AMERICAN FOLK ART CANE. Early 20th century. Heavy with dog head handle and incised geometric carving. Traces of red paint in the mouth. Old refinishing. 40.5”l. $150-300

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231 AMERICAN BULL WEATHERVANE. Attributed to J. Howard & Co., West Bridgewater, Massachusetts, late 19th century. Full-bodied copper bull with zinc head and verdigris patina. 19”h. 31”l. including base. Ex Fred Giampietro (Connecticut). $2,000-4,000

230 FOUR AMERICAN DECORATED SIDE CHAIRS. Mid 19th century. Plank seat and half post backs. Original green paint with pink roses on backs. Yellowed varnish, minor wear. 16.5”h. seat, 32.5”h. overall. $300-500

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232 SIX-PIECE BAILEY, BANKS AND BIDDLE STERLING TEA SET. Mid 20th century. Marked “Sterling, 925/1000, The Bailey, Banks & Biddle Company”. Water urn on stand, 13.25”h., two pots, creamer, covered sugar, and waste bowl. 159.68 troy ounces $2,500-3,500

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233 PAIR OF EUROPEAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Nineteenth-20th century. Tiered bases with acanthus leaf details. Bobeches. Rooster and “B” hallmarks, marked “Neuhaus”. 12.25”h. $400-800 234 ENGLISH REGENCY WINGBACK ARMCHAIR. Early 19th century, mahogany. “H” stretcher. Blue damask reupholstery. 46.5”h. $400-600 235 AMERICAN CAMEL BACK SOFA. Nineteenth century, mahogany. Reeded front legs. Blue damask reupholstery. 34”h. 82”l. $300-600

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236 AMERICAN TIE BACKS AND SANDWICH GLASS CANDLESTICK. Nineteenth century. Tie backs including pressed clear and opalescent glass and brass. Together with a clambroth and cornflower blue petal candlestick. 8.5”h. $100-300

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237 FOUR ENGLISH DUCK PRINTS. Late 19th century, handcolored lithographs on stone. Two by Gould and Richter, “Bernicla Brenta”, 15”h. 22”w., and “Mareca Penelope”, 15”h. 22”w., one by Wolf and Richter “Oidemia Nigra”, 14.75”h. 21.5”w., and one by J & E Gould, “Golden Eye”, 14.5”h. 21”w. Unframed, imperfections. $100-350

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238 ENGLISH MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN. Signed on back “Painted April 1830 by R. H___ Bristol”. Young woman with elaborate bonnet. Minor flaking. Backing board is an advertisement for a Bristol “Academy for Young Gentlemen…Conducted by Mr. B. Teifferth”. Papier mache frame with oak leaf hanger, 7.25”h. 6.5”w. $250-450 238

239 MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN. Probably American, early 19th century. Elderly woman identified on backing paper as “Great great great grandmother Pike (?) Died 1810 aged 88”. Papier mache frame, 5.5”h. 5”w. $150-300

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240 EUROPEAN MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN. Early 19th century. Signed “Malot”. Young woman with a gold hair pin. Brass easel frame, 7.5”h. 5.5”w. $250-450 239

241 PAIR OF PORTRAITS (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND QUARTER19TH CENTURY). Oil on wood panel, unsigned. Naive images of husband and wife. He holds a book and she wears an embroidered dress, spectacles and gold necklace while holding a miniature landscape in her hand. Some imperfections. 28.75”h. 21”w. $600-1,200

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242 AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE SLANT FRONT DESK. Second half-18th century, curly maple with pine secondary. Four graduated dovetailed drawers with replaced pulls. Bracket feet. Interior fitted with dovetailed drawers. Refinished, wear and age splits. 31.5” writing height, 42.5”h. 38.75”w. 19.5”d. Brass tag “Henrietta” for Henrietta Alice McCrea Metcalf, 2nd wife of Willard Leroy Metcalf, New York/Massachusetts artist, 1858-1925). Lot includes two silverplate bowls belonging to family members. One monogrammed, 3.75”h. 7”d., and one Gorham with 1974 presentation, 3”h. 6.5”d. $1,000-1,500

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243 SHIP’S FIGUREHEAD. American or European, 19th century. Detailed seahorse with old regilding. Age splits and wear. 45”h. 11”w. 36”d. $1,500-3,000

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244 AMERICAN INLAID JEWELRY BOX. First half-19th century, mahogany. Hexagonal with inlaid diamonds and original brass bale. Velvet lined interior with fitted lift out tray. Presentation plaque “From RC to AW”. 10”h. 11.75”d. $200-350 245 STILL LIFE BY JOHAN MULLER (AMERICAN, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Corn and tomatoes. 12”h. 22”w., 16”h. 26”w. $100-300

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246 QUEEN ANNE MIRROR. Probably England, mid 18th century, fruitwood veneer. Shaped crest. Old mirror has wear. 34”h. 14.75”w. $250-500 247 AMERICAN DECORATED SHERATON STAND. Second quarter-19th century, pine. Original dark brown grain paint. Single drawer with square nails. 29”h. 23”w. 17.25”d. Ex Stephen Score (Massachusetts). $100-300 248 FOUR AMERICAN BASKETS. Late 19th-early 20th century. Bentwood handles. Two splint buttocks baskets and one half buttocks. Average 8”h. And a cane basket with Eye of God handle. 5.25”h. 8.5”l. $100-300 249 AMERICAN LETTER BOX. Early 20th century, pine. Original paint with “Dr. Thomas Order Box”. Drop front door above glass window. Some edge loss. 13.5”h. 7.5”w. Ex Chris Machmer (Pennsylvania). $250-450 250 TWO PAIR OF AMERICAN ANDIRONS. Early 19th century. Brass lemon top, 13.25”h., and wrought iron knife blade with seamed brass urn finials, 14”h. Varying wear. $200-300

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251 AMERICAN WROUGHT IRON RACK AND UTENSILS. First half-19th century. Rack, 17”l., and ten assorted utensils. Wrought iron fork and spatula and eight ladles, spatula and strainers with brass bowls. 1.75” to 23”l. $100-300


252 AMERICAN DECORATED BOX. Mid 19th century, poplar. Document box with original plaid paint in blue, red and ivory. Crazed, dry surface. Minor wear, slightly yellowed varnish. 4.5”h. 12.25”w. 9.5”d. $400-800 253 AMERICAN TAVERN TABLE. Early 19th century, pine. Threeboard top with breadboard ends, dovetailed drawer, and stretcher base table. Imperfections. 26.5”h. 42”w. 29”d. $200-400 254 AMERICAN SUGAR BUCKET. Second half-19th century. Stave construction with bentwood bands and swing handle. Original salmon paint. Wear. 11.5”h. 12”d. $150-350

255 NEW ENGLAND DECORATED DOME-TOP BOX. Mid 19th century, pine. Square nail construction with original smoke decoration on cream ground and painted flowers on lid. Edge wear. 12”h. 30”w. 14”d. $200-400 256 EUROPEAN DECORATED IMMIGRANT’S TRUNK. Late 19th century, pine. Dometop with dovetailed case and original grain painting. Wrought iron handles and strap hinges, sheet metal straps. “Marel Ad. Meslo 1899”. Interior has white and blue paint. Wear and repair to bottom. 26”h. 40”w. 21”d. $250-450

257 TWO AMERICAN DECORATED GAMEBOARDS. Early 20th century. Original paint. Folding with checkers, nine men morris and backgammon. 9.75” x 19” overall. And double sided single board in red and black with checkers and nine men morris. 15.75” x 15.75”. Some edge wear. $250-450 258 FIVE AMERICAN BASKETS. Late 19th-early 20th century, woven splint. Four with colored blue splint. Gathering with bentwood handle, 11.5”h. 10.5”w. And three smaller, 4”h. 10”w., 4”h. 9”w., 4.25”h. 6.5”w. Together with a gathering basket, 11”h. 16.5”w. $100-300

259 SEVEN AMERICAN FRAMES. Nineteenth century. Includes walnut, curly maple, mahogany veneer, and painted, one being grain painted, 13” x 16”. Varying wear. 12” x 15”, 15” x 19”, 9” x 17.5”. $150-350 260 HUNT PRINT BY N. CURRIER. Mid 19th century, handcolored lithograph on paper. “Hunting Casualties, A Strange Country”. Framed, 15.5”h. 19”w. $100-200 261 AMERICAN WEATHERVANE. Found in central Kansas in the 1970s.Twentieth century. Sheet metal Native American with headdress and bow. Layers of flaking paint. Break in bow. 36”h. 33”w. $100-300

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262 PAIR OF PORTRAITS BY JACOB MAENTEL (AMERICAN, 1763-1863). Watercolor on paper, unsigned. Full-length images of husband and wife. He has a watch fob, she has a twotone dress and holds a rose. Framed, 16.75”h. 13.75”w., and 14.25”h. 12.25”w. Sold at Sotheby’s, lot 459, July 1982. $2,500-4,500 263 AMERICAN BENTWOOD “SUGAR” CARRIER. Second half-19th century. Lapped seams and bentwood swing handle. Old painted decoration with flourishes and “Sugar”. Some edge wear. 7.5”h. 12.25”d. $100-300 264 AMERICAN HOOKED RUG. Late 19th-early 20th century. Flower basket. Burlap backing. Mounted on stretcher. 29.5”h. 50.5”w. Ex Charles Berdan (Maine). $250-500

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265 OHIO DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. Wayne County, 1st half-19th century, walnut. Dovetailed six-board chest with turned feet and interior till. Original grained decoration. Small repair on front corners, some wear. 23”h. 38”w. 18.25”d. $400-800

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266 BIRD TREE BY DON NOYES (OHIO, LATE 20TH CENTURY). Signed by Don and Janie Noyes, 1999. Seven carved birds on tree with original paint. 20”h. $250-450

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267 THREE AMERICAN FRAMES. Nineteenth-early 20th century. Grain-decorated with mirror, 29”h. 20”w., and gilt, 23.5” x 30”. Together with a molded gesso frame of ears of corn. Old dark gold paint. Houses a print of a geisha. 22.25”h. 18”w. $100-300

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268 AMERICAN STONEWARE CROCK. Mid 19th century. Brushed cobalt flower and “3”. 12.5”h. $100-200


269 AMERICAN SUGAR BUCKET. Second half-19th century. Stave construction with bentwood bands and swing handle. Original blue paint. Penciled partial name on bottom and inside lid “Nana’s sugar bucket as long ago as I can remember, Mary Curtis had it 1922 (?) to Sept. 4, 1954”. Edge wear. 10”h. 10”d. $300-600

274 AMERICAN FOLK ART CANE. Early 20th century. Carved feathers and a hawk head handle. Minor wear. 32.5”l. $100-300

275 AMERICAN FIRKIN. Second half-19th century. Stave construction with bentwood bands and bale handle. Old red paint. Pen and ink paper label “Corn Meal”. Paint is flaking. 6.5”h. 7”d. $150-300 276 TWO AMERICAN DECORATED GAMEBOARDS. Early 20th century. Single boards with original paint. Checkers in red and green, 15” x 15”. And double sided with applied trim. Checkers and parcheesi. 20” x 20”. Varying wear. $250-500

270 AMERICAN SUGAR BUCKET. Second half-19th century. Stave construction with bentwood bands and swing handle. Copper tacks. Original light blue paint. Wear. 9.25”h. 10.25”d. $150-350 271 OHIO STEPBACK CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, pine. One-piece cupboard with square nail construction. Two doors with twelve glass panes, pie shelf, dovetailed drawer with original pull, and two blind doors below. Cutout feet. Old mulberry red paint. Some wear and edge loss. 79”h. 48.5”w. 17.5”d. Ex Gary Ludlow, ex Don Jansen (Ohio). $800-1,200

277 TWO AMERICAN DECORATED GAMEBOARDS. Early 20th century. Single boards with original paint. Checkers. Alligatored brown and black with incised game on back. 14” x 18.25”. And red, orange and black. 17” x 18.25”. Imperfections. $200-400

272 AMERICAN DECORATED GAMEBOARD. Early 20th century. Single board with original paint featuring card suites in the corners. Checkers and peg boards. Corner loss. 23.5” x 23.5”. $150-300

278 NEW ENGLAND COUNTRY HEPPLEWHITE DROP LEAF TABLE. Early 19th century, maple. Pinned construction, tapered legs, and original red paint on the base. Scrubbed top and leaves with old refinishing. One rectangular, one curved leaf. Curved is reworked or replaced with repaired hinge rails. 29”h. 42”w. 15”d. with 13.5” leaves. $400-600

273 MAP OF OHIO. Published by J.H. Colton, New York, 1855. Handcolored engraving on paper. Framed, 20.25”h. 22.5”w. $100-200

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279 FRENCH MILLINER’S HEAD. Early 20th century, papier mache. Woman’s head with blue eyes. Original paint. Minor wear. 15”h. $100-300

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280 FRAKTUR BY KARL SEYBOLD (PENNSYLVANIA, ACTIVE 1818-1843). Watercolor on paper with inked text. Two-page taufschein for Jacob and Dorothea Herrman “Made and wrote by C.F.T. Seybold August 26th, 1843”. Stains and surface wear. Framed, 12.25”h. 13.5”w. $300-500

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281 AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVING OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Late 19th century. Bust of Lincoln carved from large tree stump. Possibly a campaign stage item. Old paint is flaking. Age splits. 47”h. $200-400 282 CANADIAN STEPBACK CUPBOARD. Quebec, mid 19th century, pine. Two-piece cupboard with old red paint. Open shelves on top, beadboard back. Folksy decoration includes carved rosettes, reeding, applied sawtooth trim, and pierced band under cornice. Age splits and some edge loss. 74”h. 54“w. 17.25”d. $900-1,200 283 AMERICAN EAGLE WEATHERVANE. Mid 20th century. Full-bodied copper eagle with spread wings. Arrow and iron directional. On later base. 81”h. 32”l. overall. $400-600

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284 THREE AMERICAN BASKETS. Late 19th-early 20th century, woven splint with bentwood handles. Buttocks, 13.5”h. 19”w., and melon rib, 11”h. 14.5”d. Together with a handleless basket, 5”h. 12”d. $100-250


285 AMERICAN HORSE WEATHERVANE. Late 19th century. Full-bodied copper race horse with zinc head. Possibly Dexter. Old yellow paint. Some imperfections. 19”h. 34”l. including base. Ex Fine Americana Antiques, (New Hampshire). $1,000-2,000 286 TWO MORAVIAN NEEDLEWORKS. Nineteenth century. Flowers in chenille and crepe on silk. Framed, 10.25” x 10.25”. $150-300 287 TWO AMERICAN ADVERTISING SIGNS. Early 20th century. Single sided with original paint. Wooden “Mt. Putney Dairy” on black ground, 4.5”h. 42.5”w. And tin “Arden Flour” on yellow ground. Wooden frame, 13.5”h. 49”w. $200-400 288 FOUR AMERICAN BASKETS. Late 19th-early 20th century, woven splint with bentwood handles. Three with original paint. Red, 11”h. 20”w., white, 11”h. 17”w., and green, 10.5”h. 19”w. And plain with Eye of God handle, 12”h. 18”w. $100-300

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289 FIVE AMERICAN BASKETS. Late 19th-early 20th century, woven splint with bentwood handles. Three with old paint. Red, 12”h. 16”w., blue, 15”h. 14”d., and white, 13”h. 13.25”d. Together with a gathering basket, 13”h. 11”d., and buttocks, 10”h. 17”w. $100-300

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290 AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE CANDLESTAND. Early 19th century. One-board top with cut corners, turned column and tapered legs. Original red paint remaining on base and column. 26.25”h. 17” x 17”. Ex Fine Americana Antiques, (New Hampshire). $100-300

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291 AMERICAN MULE CHEST. First half-19th century, pine. Two dovetailed drawers and dovetailed bracket feet. Square nail construction. Lift lid with applied molding and wrought iron strap hinges. Old Spanish brown paint. Edge wear. 43”h. 41.5”w. 18.25”d. $300-600 291 www.GARTHS.com | 39


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292 MINIATURE PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN. Probably American, 1st half-19th century. Young woman with her hair in ringlets. Brass locket frame with braided hair in back. 3”h. 2.5”w. $150-350 293 AMERICAN DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. Mid 19th century, poplar. Six-board dovetailed case with original stenciled and freehand paint. Flowers and “Johannes Strahm und Elisabeth Sigrist 1858”. Interior till. Alligatored varnish and some surface wear. 21.5”h. 44.5”w. 19.75”d. John and Elisabeth (Sigrist) Strahm lived in Winesburg, Holmes County, Ohio. $700-900 294 AMERICAN COOKIE BOARD. Nineteenth century, walnut. Thick, double sided carved board with grapes and flower basket. Age splits held by iron straps on each end. 13.5”h. 10”w. $200-400

295 PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN ATTRIBUTED TO CHESTER HARDING (MASSACHUSETTS, 1792-1866). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Dressed in black. Edward Dechaux, New York preparer’s label on canvas. 30”h. 25”w., framed, 30.5”h. 35.5”w. $600-900 296 TWO AMERICAN FLOOR MATS. Early 20th century, sheet metal. Interlocking articulated hearts. 34” x 50” and 15” x 24”. $100-250

298 AMERICAN FOLK ART CANE. Early 20th century. “Tuscola, Douglas County, Illinois, Nov. 19, 1935” in relief with images of a woman, anchor, cross, heart, etc. Twisted shaft. 32”l. $100-300 299 FEDERAL CANDLESTAND. First quarter-19th century, maple with some curl. Cut corners. Repairs. 28.5”h. 16.25” x 16.75”. $100-200

297 AMERICAN FEDERAL MANTEL AND UTENSILS. First half-19th century, pine. Small size with old black paint. From Granville, Ohio. Edge loss. 49.5”h. 60.5”w. Together with eleven kitchen utensils and fireplace tools. Wrought iron, cast iron and/or brass. Shovel with stamped name, 30”l., two braziers, 14”, 23”l., two fireplace tongs, chestnut roaster, kettle (no lid), ladle, spider, and two trivets. $250-500 293

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300 OHIO DIMINUTIVE BLANKET CHEST. First half-19th century, cherry and poplar. Turned feet, applied molding, and interior till. Old refinishing. Additional grained lid included. 18.5”h. 29.25”w. 13.5”d. $200-400 301 AMERICAN DECORATED DOME-TOP TRUNK. Mid 19th century, pine. Nailed construction with iron hardware and original grain painting. Edge wear. 14.5”h. 29”w. $100-350

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302 EIGHT AMERICAN SIDE CHAIRS. New York state, 2nd quarter-19th century, curly maple. Tablet backs, turned legs, and cane seats (one with damage). Refinished. 18”h. seat, 34.5”h. overall. $400-800 303 KITTINGER WINGBACK CHAIR. Second half-20th century. “Williamsburg Collection” Queen Anne style in ivory upholstery. 46”h. $300-500 304 THREE AMERICAN COVERLETS. Mid 19th century. Geometric two-piece double weave in blue and natural. 70” x 80”. And two overshots. Green crib, 26” x 44”, and two-piece blue and red with an inked note on cloth. “1928 Theodore R. Powell from his Grandmother Flora V. Powell. Made by Malissa Huggett, Theador’s (sic) Great Aunt in 1836. To be handed down as an heirloom of the Powell family”. Wear. 70” x 94”. $250-450

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305 THEOREM AND THREE PIECES OF GLASS. American watercolor on paper theorem of fruit in a basket. Stains. Gilt frame, 7.5”h. 9.5”w. And an opalescent blown glass European mug. Hand decorated with flowers. Open blister. 6”h. Together with a pair of blown glass aqua pans with swirl ribs and folded rims. Probably 20th century. 8”d. $150-300 www.GARTHS.com | 41


306 MOCHA BOWL. England, 1st half-19th century. Earthworm design inside and out. Tan interior glaze. Edge chips. 5”h. 11.5”d. $400-600

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307 DESERT LANDSCAPE BY HERBERT SORTELLE (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Mountains in the background. 16”h. 20”w., framed, 24”h. 28.5”w. $600-1,200 307

308 AMERICAN PIE SAFE. Mid 19th century, pine. Four gothic arch punched tins and two blind doors. Layers of old paint with pale green on top. Imperfections. 67.25”h. 45.75”w. 18.5”d. $250-450 309 OHIO STONEWARE CHURN. Cobalt decoration of rooster and “Minnie’s Cream Jar” with “5” and Robt. Fulton. Robert James Fulton was a potter in Roseville, Muskingum County, from 1863 to 1870, and in Cambridge, Guernsey County, Ohio, from 1875 to 1880. Illustrated on the cover and on page 135 in James L. Murphy’s “Checklist of 19th Century Bluebird Potters and Potteries in Muskingum County, Ohio”. Also featured in an article by James Murphy in the” Roseville Legend”, Vol. 14, No. 2, 2012. $900-1,200 310 AMERICAN SUGAR BUCKET. Second half-19th century. Stave construction with bentwood bands and swing handle. Copper tacks. Old medium blue paint. Some edge loss. 9.75”h. 10”d. $100-200

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312 MOCHA PITCHER. England, 1st half-19th century. Sienna ground with cat’s eyes and tricolor ferns. Leaf molded handle. Stains. 6”h. $500-800 313 MOCHA MUG. England, 1st half-19th century. Tobacco leaf pattern. Molded leaf handle. Wear and flakes. 3.5”h. $1,000-1,500

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317 PAIR OF PORTRAITS IN THE MANNER OF WILLIAM MATTHEW PRIOR (MASSACHUSETTS, 1806-1873). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Husband and wife, she holds a rose, he holds a letter. 13.25”h. 10.75”w., mahogany veneer frames, 17.5”h. 14.5”w. Paper labels from the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, listing the artist as “Anonymous”. Ex Joy Piscopo, F.O. Bailey (Maine). $1,000-2,000

318 FOUR AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE SIDE CHAIRS. Similar to Hartford, Connecticut, chairs, 2nd half-18th century, walnut. Pierced “owl” back splats. Old refinishing, reupholstered slip seats. 18”h seat, 38”h. overall. $600-800

314 MOCHA BOWL. England, 1st half-19th century. Seaweed on pumpkin ground with tooled yellow rim. 2.75”h. 5”d. $400-800 315 MOCHA BOWL. England, 1st half-19th century. Tobacco leaf on chocolate brown. Rim wear. 2.5”h. 5.25”d. $1,000-1,250 316 MOCHA CREAMER. England, 1st half-19th century. Small creamer with tobacco leaf on tan ground. Leaf molded handle. Edge wear and flake. 3.5”h. $600-1,200

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319 AMERICAN ODD FELLOWS HEART IN HAND STAFF. Late 19th-early 20th century. Carved finial with original paint. Some edge and paint loss. 62.5”h. Bought at annual Odd Fellows auction, Guthrie Center, Iowa. $900-1,200

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320 AMERICAN TABLE AND ARMCHAIR. Late 18th-19th century. Ladderback with shaped arms, splint seat is probably original. Old blue paint over black. 16”h. seat, 43”h. overall. And maple table with some figure. Oval two-board top, pinned construction. 26”h. 35”w. 25.5”d. Imperfections. $250-450 321 AMERICAN TOLE COFFEE POT. Second quarter-19th century. Original red floral and berry decoration on japanned ground. Side spout. Minimal wear. 9”h. $250-500

322 POTTERY ROOSTER BY REGGIE MEADERS (GEORGIA, 1919-2009). Signed under the tail. Folksy rooster. 14”h. $150-300 323 PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED SLIDE LID BOX. York County, ca. 1820, pine. Dovetailed box with original paint. Bold designs including hearts and compass star on yellow ground. Divided interior. 4.75”h. 8.25”w. 5”d. Ex Chris Machmer (Pennsylvania). $600-1,200 324 AMERICAN SHERATON DROP LEAF TABLE. Second quarter-19th century, pine. Turned legs and shaped leaves. Original red paint. 29”h. 39”w. 18.5”w. with two 10.5” leaves. $100-300

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325 AMERICAN DIMINUTIVE SHERATON BLANKET CHEST. Second quarter-19th century, pine. Sixboard dovetailed case with original turned feet. Interior till. Original red paint has good dry finish. Wear on top. 20”h. 32”w. 15”d. $250-450 326 AMERICAN COUNTRY FEDERAL SOFA. First half-19th century, mahogany and pine. Box base with scrolled arms. Red floral reupholstery. 36”h. 63”w. $200-400

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327 NEW ENGLAND COUNTRY HEPPLEWHITE CARD TABLE. Early 19th century, birch. Cut corners, tapered legs, swing leg and dovetailed drawer with original pulls. Old refinishing. Age splits, slight warp, missing pull. 29.5”h. 30”w. 15”d. with 15” leaf. $400-800


328 REDWARE JAR ATTRIBUTED TO SAMUEL OR SOLOMON BELL. Virginia, 2nd half-19th century. Mottled glaze with impressed designs. Minor glaze flakes. 6.5”h. Pictured in “The Pottery of the Shenandoah Valley Region” by Comstock, pg. 230. $1,500-2,500 329 AMERICAN REDWARE SGRAFFITO PIE PLATE. Probably Pennsylvania, late 18th century. Deep plate with yellow slip ground and green spots. Incised urn, lines and date "1792". Knife scratches, edge flake. 12"d. Ex collection Philadelphia Art Museum, accession no. 93-184, deaccessioned 1954. Ex Gary and Diana Stradling (New York). Illustrated in Treasury of American Design, volume 2, pg 769, illus 2482. $2,500-5,000

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330 THREE OHIO STONEWARE PIECES. Third quarter-19th century. Brown slip with incised text. Canning jar “Emma Vandenbark, Hopewell Muskingum”. And jug “Joseph Newman” (potter in Roseville, 1860-1870). Illustrated on pages 303, 403, 404 in James L. Murphy’s “Checklist of 19th -Century Bluebird Potters and Potteries in Muskingum County, Ohio”. Together with a canning jar “A.J. Boswell White Cottage Ohio, Newtonville” (Andrew Jackson Boswell, potter from 1860-1885). $200-400 331 THREE PIECES OF OHIO STONEWARE. Second half-19th century. Jar with brown slip. Impressed “D. Sowers” (Daniel Sowers, Brush Creek Township). And jug and bowl with brushed cobalt accents marked “Havens”. Members of the Charles Havens family were potters in Falls and Springfield townships. Illustrated on pages 241, 369 in James L. Murphy’s “Checklist of 19 th -Century Bluebird Potters and Potteries in Muskingum County, Ohio”. $200-400 332 THREE PIECES OF OHIO STONEWARE. Second half-19th century. Two jugs with impressed names. “JJG 3” (Joshua J. German, Hopewell Township) and “Rich”. Probably Prosper Rich, a potter in Springfield Township, Muskingum County, from 1827 to 1837, and later in Knox and Coshocton counties. Illustrated on pages 218, 339 in James L. Murphy’s “Checklist of 19 th-Century Bluebird Potters and Potteries in Muskingum County, Ohio”. Together with a crock impressed “R. German” (Reuben German was a potter in Hopewell and Newton townships, 1850 to 1863, later in Clay County, Indiana). $250-350

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333 AMERICAN BUILT-IN WALL CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, walnut with pine. One-piece cupboard with applied framework. Two doors above with sixteen glass panes and two paneled doors below. Exterior stripped of old paint (remains inside). 80”h. 59.75”w. 20.5”d. $600-1,200 334 AMERICAN HANGING SHELVES. Late 19th century, mixed woods including pine. Dovetailed framework with four nailed drawers and old red paint. 27”h. 20”w. 9”d. $150-300 335 AMERICAN TAVERN TABLE. Early 19th century, mixed woods including maple and pine. Oval scrubbed top, pinned construction, turned legs, and stretcher base. Old red paint on base. Top possibly replaced. 25.5”h. 30”w. 27.5”d. $400-600 336 AMERICAN SHERATON SOFA. Second quarter-19th century. Turned front legs. Reupholstered. 37”h. 61”l. $150-300 337 NEW ENGLAND TILT-TOP CANDLESTAND. Late 18th century, cherry and birch. Octagonal top, turned base. Repaired leg, refinished. 29”h. 15.5” x 24”. $100-300 www.GARTHS.com | 45


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338 AMERICAN BURL BOWL. Nineteenth century. Large bowl with cutout handles and scrubbed interior. Exterior has old refinishing. 5.5”h. 18.75”l. $1,500-2,500 339 AMERICAN BURL BOWL. Nineteenth century. Turned bowl with rim. Good figure and patina. Hole at natural imperfection. 6.25”d. 17”d. $1,000-2,000 340 AMERICAN BURL BOWL. Nineteenth century. Turned bowl with rim. Good figure. Old refinishing on exterior. Interior worn from use. 6”h. 13.5”d. $500-800

341 AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE PEMBROKE TABLE. Late 18th century, cherry with pine secondary. Shaped “X” stretcher, scalloped apron and dovetailed drawer with original pull. 27.5”h. 18”w. with 8.25” leaves. 34”d. Ex C.L. Prickett Collection (Pennsylvania), ex Yankee Smuggler (New Hampshire). $400-800 342 CONNECTICUT CORNER ARMCHAIR. Late 18th century. Corner chair with shaped slats and banister comb-back. Old rush seat. Old black paint, some repairs. 19"h. seat, 45.5"h. overall. Ex Stephen-Douglas (Vermont). $400-800 343 BEAM COMPASS. Probably American, late 19th century, brass and mahogany. Elongated form with adjustable slides. 25.25” l. Together with a fitted mahogany case. $100-200

346 AMERICAN HANGING PLATE RACK. Early 19th century, pine. Open shelves with plate racks and two dovetailed drawers with replaced pulls. Square nail construction. Reeded details. 49.5"h. 39"w. 9.5"d. $300-500 347 GROUP OF REFERENCE BOOKS. Includes “Israel Sack Opportunities” magazines. $50-100

344 CLAPBOARD GAUGE. American, late 19th century. Brass and walnut with adjustable scale and inset bubble level. Stamped “A. Jervais” and “Nesters Patent 1867”. 3”h. 12.5”l. $100-200

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345 TELESCOPE. France, late 19th century, sterling silver. Tapering cylindrical form with adjustable ends. Marked “Bardou A Paris”. 36”l. Together with a fitted mahogany case. $300-500

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348 MOUNTAIN LANDSCAPE BY WILLIAM LOUIS SONNTAG (OHIO, 1822-1900). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Sweeping view of mountains and ponds. Restoration. 20"h. 36"w., framed, 30"h. 46"w. Ex Vixseboxse Art Gallery (Ohio). $6,000-9,000

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349 TWO HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATES. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. “Gilpin’s Mills…” with shell border, impressed “Enoch Wood & Sons”, 9.25”d., and “Nahant Hotel near Boston” with eagle border, 9”d. $300-500

350 ZOAR DINING TABLE. Ohio, mid 19th century, walnut with pine secondary. Tapered legs and two dovetailed drawers with original wooden pulls. Old refinishing. 29.75”h. 70”w. 34.5”d $600-1,200 351 AMERICAN TRENCHER. Mid 19th century. Wooden trencher with original slate blue ground. Lightly scrubbed interior. Age split. 4”h. 18.5”l. $200-400

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352 HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE CREAMER AND SUGAR. England, ca. 1820s. Covered sugar “Mount Vernon, The Seat of the Late Gen’l. George Washington”, 6”h., and creamer Washington at his tomb, unmarked Enoch Wood, 5.75”h. Crow’s feet and repaired flake. $400-800

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353 AMERICAN WINDSOR WRITING ARMCHAIR. Attributed to Rhode Island, mid 19 century, pine. Turned legs and “H” stretcher. Combback, dovetailed drawer with fitted interior. Old red paint. Some repair and edge loss. $250-450 354 AMERICAN HANGING SALT BOX. Nineteenth century, pine. Large box with evidence of square nails. Original green combed paint is worn. "Salt" on the lid. Imperfections. 13.5"h. 14.5"w. $200-400 355 AMERICAN SET OF DRAWERS. Early 20th century, pine. Stylized book stackform with three nailed drawers and original dark blue paint. Some edge wear. 7.5"h. 12.5"w. 8"d. $100-300

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356 TWO ENGLISH INDIVIDUAL TEAPOTS. Early 19th century. Brown agateware with floral finial. And marbelized mocha with green tooled band. Both 4.75”h. Imperfections. $250-500 357 AMERICAN HEPPLEWHITE CANDLESTAND. Early 19th century, cherry. Spider legs with spade feet. 28”h. 14.5” x 15”. $150-350 358 TWO AMERICAN CAT PAINTINGS. Twentieth century. Earlier oil on artist board of grey cat. Gilt frame, 13”h. 16”w. Ex Joanne Cadarette (New Hampshire). And late folksy watercolor of brown cat. Framed, 5”h. 7”w. $100-300 359 PEESE AND CEELY-TYPE WHIRLIGIG. Probably Nantucket, 2nd half-20th century. Sailor with original paint. Edge wear. 18.5”h. overall. $100-300 360 AMERICAN ROOSTER WEATHERVANE. Late 19th century. Full-bodied copper rooster on arrow with original gilding. Imperfections. 13.5”h. 19”l. not including base. $300-600 361 AMERICAN TABLE. Nineteenth century, cherry. Dovetailed drawer with original pull. 26.5”h. 18” x 24”. $200-400 362 TWO EUROPEAN BENTWOOD BOXES. Nineteenth century. Oval with laced seams. Original paint. Bride’s box with salmon ground with flowers on the base and couple with German text on the lid. 7”h. 17.75”l. And small box with painting of man in colonial dress. Lined with remnants of paper with German text. Old refinishing. 3.5”h. 10.25”l. Imperfections. $150-300

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363 PENNSYLVANIA STEPBACK CUPBOARD. Ephrata, Lancaster County, 2nd quarter-19th century, walnut with pine secondary. Twopiece cupboard with cove molded cornice, two doors above with eighteen glass panes and two dovetailed drawers. Pie shelf, turned legs and three dovetailed drawers over two paneled doors. Interior top has old white paint. Back labeled “HK Shirk Ephrata, Pa”. Alligatored varnish. 87.5”h. 66.5”w. 20”d. From a North Carolina collection. $6,000-8,000 www.GARTHS.com | 49


364 ENGLISH REDWARE PAN. Mid 18th century. Dark brown slip ground with large bird and tulip. 14"d. Ex Stephen-Douglas (Vermont). $900-1,250 365 PENNSYLVANIA SGRAFFITO REDWARE PAN. Early 19th century. Pale yellow slip ground with finely incised flower. Rim wear. 13"d. Old collection tag "Purchased by Library Fund, Vo. 27. 1908". Ex Greg Kramer (Pennsylvania). $1,000-2,000

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366 AMERICAN TOLE SPICE CANNISTER. Second quarter-19th century. Round with original floral band with blue flowers on japanned ground. Initialed "JDS". Minor dents and loose hinge. 4"h. 8"d. Ex Greg Kramer (Pennsylvania). $400-600

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367 PENNSYLVANIA PUNCHED TIN COFFEE POT. Nineteenth century. Potted flowers including tulips. Brass finial. 11"h. Ex Marilyn Simmons (Minnesota). $400-600 368 STONEWARE JAR WITH STENCILED PEAR. Mid 19th century. Canning jar with cobalt stencil decoration probably by Palatine Pottery of West Virginia. 7”h. $200-400

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369 WEST PENNSYLVANIA STONEWARE JAR WITH STENCILED CHERRIES. Mid 19th century. Canning jar with stenciled cobalt decoration. 7”h. $200-400

370 AMERICAN WEATHERVANE AND LIGHTNING ROD. Late 19th century. Copper quill with verdigris patina. 25”l., and a directional with tin cow from a lightning rod. Old white paint. 30.5”l. Varying damage. $250-450 371 BARNYARD BY HERMAN BAKER (AMERICAN, 1873-1902). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Cattle, sheep, and ducks in impasto. Restoration. Unframed, 20’h. 30”w. $100-300 372 FOLK ART CARVING OF AMERICAN INDIAN. American, 1st half-20th century. Bust of a man carved from a tree trunk. Weathered surface with age splits. 28”h. $100-250 373 AMERICAN STONEWARE JUG. Mid 19th century. Applied handle. Brushed cobalt bird on branch with impressed label, “Frank B. Norton, Worcester, Mass. 2”, 13.5”h. $100-350 374 FIVE-PIECE AMERICAN CAST IRON GARDEN SET. Late 19th-early 20th century. Fern pattern settee, 36”h. 58”w., and two armchairs, 33”h. Together with a pair of classical style two-part urns. 33”h. Layers of paint, rust. $300-500


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375 AMERICAN DIMINUTIVE BLANKET CHEST. First half-19th century, poplar. Six-board dovetailed case with original comb-grained paint. Old replaced turned feet. 14.75”h. 23”w. 12.5”h. $300-600 376 TWO-GALLON WEST PENNSYLVANIA STONEWARE CROCK. Mid 19th century. Squat crock with brushed cobalt foliate and abstract decoration. 7.25”h. 12”dia. $250-350 377 AMERICAN REDWARE FROG. Late 19th century. Green glaze. Flakes. 4”h. 6”l. Ex Mary Thornton (Ohio), sold at Garth’s 1976. $250-500 378 LEHNWARE DECORATED BUCKET. Joseph Lehn (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1798-1892). Stave constructed covered bucket with original salmon paint in "watermelon" design. Painted metal bands (loose). 9.75"h. Ex Joyce Collins (Pennsylvania). $1,000-1,250 379 PAIR OF LEHNWARE DEMITASSE CUP AND SAUCERS. Joseph Lehn (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1798-1892). Original salmon paint with floral decoration. Age split and some crazing. Probably child's size. Ex Greg Kramer (Pennsylvania). $400-600

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380 AMERICAN PIE SAFE. Mid 19th century, maple. Two doors. Set on a wrought iron base. Six punched tins with compass stars. Traces of old bittersweet/red paint. Old refinishing. 62.5”h. 37.5”w. 19”d. $600-1,200

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381 FIVE LIGHTING DEVICES. American and English, 19th century. Two wedding band hogscraper candlesticks. Impressed on push up “Dower”, 8.5”h. And three wrought iron candle holders. Candlestick, 7.5”h., spiral candlestick, 7.5”h., and rushlight with socket counterweight, 13”h. $150-300 382 AMERICAN POTTERY JAR. Second half-19th century, white clay. Mottled glaze with manganese designs. Glaze loss. 8.5”h. $150-300 383 FOUR AMERICAN POTTERY FLOWER POTS. Second half-19th century. Three redware. Plain, 7”h., brown daubs with attached saucer, repair, 6.5”h., and cream glaze with seaweed decoration, 6.5”h. Together with a white clay pot with Albany slip and attached saucer. 6”h. $200-400

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384 PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED DOME-TOP BOX. Attributed the Compass Artist, Lancaster County, 1st half 19th century, pine. Dovetailed box with tin hasp and hinges. Original pinwheel, star, and tulip painted decoration. Wear and age splits. 7.5”h. 14”l. $4,000-6,000

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385 AMERICAN REDWARE COVERED CANISTER. Second half-19th century. Incised wavy lines around the circumference and lid. Double handles. Wear and hairline. 7.5”h. 7.75”d. $300-600

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386 AMERICAN REDWARE JUG. Mid 19th century. Miniature size with yellow and brown slip flowers. Glaze wear. 4.5”h. Ex David Good (Ohio). $600-900 387 PAIR OF PENNSYLVANIA REDWARE DOGS. Second half-19th century. Mottled glaze. Glaze flakes. 7"h. Ex Barry and Lisa McAllister (Maryland). $1,500-2,500 388 AMERICAN MINIATURE FIRKIN. Second half-19th century. Stave construction with single finger bands and copper tacks. Original grey paint. 2.75"h. Ex Roger Bacon (New Hampshire), ex June Lambert (Virginia). $250-450

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389 TWO AMERICAN BASKETS. Late 19th century, woven splint. Buttocks basket with original red paint and printed cloth lining, 7”h. 8”w., and half buttocks with printed cloth ribbons around the edge, 11”h. 12.5”w. Wear and loss to cloth. $200-300

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390 AMERICAN “BED POST” DOLL. Ca. 1830. Primitive wooden doll with the head carved from a cannonball rope bed with tack eyes. Worn, age splits. 11.5”h. $200-400

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391 AMERICAN TREENWARE BOWL. Nineteenth century. Original blue on exterior. 4.5”h. 14.25”d. $200-300


392 FOUR PIECES OF ENGLISH CERAMICS. Nineteenth century. Canaryware demitasse cup and saucer with hand painted flowers. Ex Greg Kramer (Pennsylvania), Leedsware creamer with strawberries. 4.5"h. and Pratt type duck, 7"l. Ex Barry and Lisa McAllister (Maryland). Together with a spatterware cow and milkmaid creamer, 6.5"l. Repairs. $250-450

398 AMERICAN CORNER CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, pine. One-piece cupboard with square nail construction. Cleaned down to old blue with old white interior. Two doors with sixteen glass panes and two blind doors. High feet. Wear. 86”h. 51”w. 18”d $1,500-3,000

399 AMERICAN SHERATON STAND. Second quarter-19th century, pine. Turned splay legs and dovetailed drawer with replaced pull. Old blue paint on base. 26.75”h. 18”w. 18.5”d. $300-400 400 AMERICAN BURL BOWL. Nineteenth century. Oval with scrubbed surface. Wear. 3”h. 14”l. $300-600

393 PENNSYLVANIA REDWARE JAR. Early 19th century. Two applied handles and yellow slip decoration around the circumference. Imperfections. 6.5”h. $150-300

401 AMERICAN BURL BOWL. Nineteenth century. Turned with worn surface. Age split. 5”h. 14”d. $250-450

394 AMERICAN REDWARE EAGLE PLAQUE. Late 19th century. Molded eagle with old gold and green paint. Repairs. 11"h. 16"w. George S. McKearin Collection sticker. Ex Dee Wilhelm (Michigan). $150-350

402 AMERICAN BURL BOWL. Nineteenth century. Turned with worn scrubbed surface. 6”h. 15.5”d. $250-500

395 AMERICAN REDWARE JAR. Mid 19th century. Orange daubed glaze. Close fitting lid. Edge flakes. 9.5”h. $200-300

403 TWO PAINTINGS BY DAVID ELLINGER (PENNSYLVANIA, 1913-2003). Watercolor on paper. Colorful birds. One signed on the front and one with penciled “Susan” signed on the back. The first has additional drawing on the back. Decorated frames. 7”h. 8”w. and 9”h. 8.25”w. $300-500

396 THREE AMERICAN BENTWOOD MEASURES. Second half-19th century. Round with lapped seams and original robin’s egg blue paint. Smallest one stamped “EB Frye Manufacturer & Sealer, Wilton, NH”. Edge loss. 4.5”h. 7.25”d. to 6.5”h. 11.25”d. $300-500

404 TWO PAINTINGS BY DAVID ELLINGER (PENNSYLVANIA, 1913-2003). Watercolor on paper, signed. Colorful tulips in decorated frames. 9”h. 6.25”w. and 11.25”h. 6”w. $250-500

397 AMERICAN KNIFE BOX. Mid 19th century, pine. Dovetailed with original green and white paint. Dry surface. Edge wear. 6.5”h. 14”l. $150-250 398

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405 THREE MOCHA MUGS. England, 19th century. Variegated on brown with molded leaf handles. 4.5”h. And mottled brown over blue seaweed. 4.75”h. Together with cat’s eye and earthworm on blue with pewter lid “JF to C. Leedorf G 1st 1872”. Imperfections. $250-450 406 THREE PIECES OF MOCHA. England, 1st half-19th century. Pair of pots de creme, 3”h., and a child’s mug, 2.5”h., with matching combed decoration and blue and green bands. Wear and flakes. $600-800 407 MOCHA COVERED BOWL. England, 1st half-19th century. Double handled bowl with acorn finial. Finely marbelized design. Repaired handle, stains. 5”h. 6”d. $400-800 408 TWO MOCHA BOWLS. England, 1st half-19th century. Green tooled rims. Marbelized, 2.5”h. 5.25”d., and mottled, 3.5”h. 7”d. Imperfections. $250-450

409 MOCHA PEPPER POT. England, 1st half-19th century. Dots and ferns. 4.5”h. $150-350 410 PAIR OF MOCHA VASES. England, 1st half-19th century. Small vases with two earthworm bands and beaded rims. Repair. 4”h. $300-600 411 TWO MOCHA MUGS. England, 1st half-19th century. Molded leaf handles. Two earthworm bands, 6”h., and tooled bands with fish scale design, 5”h. Imperfections. $100-350 412 TWO MOCHA BOWLS. England, 1st half-19th century. Tricolor ferns on a brown band. Restored. 4.25”h. 9.75”d., and machined lines on tricolor bands. Stains. 3”h. 6”d. $250-450

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413 TWO MOCHA MUSTARD. England, 1st half-19th century. Seaweed on tan, 3.25”h. Ex Stephen-Douglas (Vermont). And machined designs with green and blue. 4”h. Flakes. $200-400 414 THREE PIECES OF MOCHA. England, 1st half-19th century. Cider pitcher with seaweed on pumpkin ground, 8”h. And a cup and saucer and pitcher, 7”h., with machine tooled decoration. Imperfections. $250-450 415 TWO MOCHA PEPPER POTS. England, 1st half-19th century. Stripes, 4.75”h., and seaweed, 4”h. Minor flakes and hairlines. $150-350 416 AMERICAN LANTERN AND BASKET. Nineteenth-early 20th century. Woven splint buttocks basket with original blue/green paint. 10”h. 16”l. And a large tin lantern with punched compass stars. 15.5”h. Imperfections. $150-350


417 VIRGINIA CHIPPENDALE SECRETARY BOOKCASE. Early 19th century, cherry with oak secondary. Two parts with square nail construction. Top has two doors and twelve glass panes, cove molded cornice and reeded and scalloped applied decoration. Fitted interior with dovetailed drawers and prospect door. Base has ogee feet, three dovetailed graduated drawers with cock beading and quarter columns. Fitted interior with dovetailed drawers and secret well behind the prospect door. Old refinishing. 91”h. 44”d. 23.5”d. Signed in drawer. Made by Issac Draper, Richmond, Virginia, April 7, 1807. Given to Issac Draper (grandson), 1836, Robert Draper, 1875, Issac Draper, 1897. Ex Pick Richardson (Ohio). $6,000-8,000 418 AMERICAN FOLK ART CANE. World War I cane with carved snake and several naive incised images including a coffin, tools, “YMCA”, and surrendering soldier saying “Kamerad”. Several pieces of engraved copper and aluminum engraved with French battles including “D.G. Roche, Argonne”, “Calais”, “Cambra”, and “Ypres”. Notable is a piece “From Plane of Maj. Putnam American Ace, Killed at ___ St. Miheil”. Possibly David Endicott Putnam a WWI ace shot down the same day as the battle of St. Miheil, however he was a lieutenant. $250-500 419 AMERICAN FOLKSY WALKING STICK. Early 20th century. Original green and yellow paint. 37”l. $100-200 420 AMERICAN WALKING STICK. Early 20th century. Composition handle with caricature head of an African American man. 35.5”l. $150-300 421 PAIR OF AMERICAN TIN EAGLE WALL SCONCES. Late 19th-20th century. Long necked eagles with tooled designs. 12”h. $150-300

422 GROUP OF ENGLISH SOFT PASTE TEA WARE. First half-19th century. Various strawberry designs, some with roses. Teapot, 6”h., creamer and covered sugar with five handleless cups and assorted saucers. Together with a covered sugar, 5.75”h., waste bowl, and plate, 8”d. with matching pink borders. Stains and repairs. $250-450 423 HOUSE BY LOWELL ELLSWORTH SMITH (OHIO, 1924-2008). Watercolor on paper, signed lower right. Red house. Framed, 17.5”h. 21”w. $150-350 424 AMERICAN PAINTED SIDE CHAIR. Mid 19th century. Federal chair with original grain decoration in imitation of curly maple. Turned front legs and old rush seat. Edge wear. 17.5”h. seat, 34.5”h. overall. $100-300 425 MASSACHUSETTS SAMPLER. Silk on linen. Well done with alphabets, verse, and “Hannah Adams Stone Born January 18, 1794 AE 9...Charlestown October 19. 1803”. Late gilt frame, 17.75”h. 18”w. $400-800

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426 ENGLISH QUILLWORK TEA CADDY. Late 18th-early 19th century. Octagonal with gold painted quillwork floral design on mica and sanded ground. Relined interior. Wear. 5”h. 6”l. $600-800 427

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427 AMERICAN SNUFF BOX. Nineteenth century. Horn box with bone lid and base. The top has a swivel closure in the form of a carved hand. Minor edge loss. 2.5”h. 3.25”w. $250-500 428 MOCHA CHAMBER POT. England, 1st half-19th century. Broken earthworm pattern. Repaired handle, crow’s foot. 5.25”h. 8.5”d. $250-500

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429 MOCHA COFFEE POT. England, 1st half-19th century. Seaweed on pumpkin ground. Dome lid and leaf molded handle. Imperfections. 11”h. $400-800 430 SOUTHERN COUNTRY HEPPLEWHITE HUNTBOARD. Attributed to Georgia, early 19th century, walnut and yellow pine. Tapered legs, three-board top and one dovetailed drawer. Pinned construction. Old black paint. Wear. 39"h. 47.5"w. 25.5"d. Ex Brian Tebo (Florida). $1,000-1,500

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431 AMERICAN REDWARE JAR. Mid 19th century. Ovoid with incised lines on the shoulder and brown crescent designs. Edge wear and flakes. 7”h. $100-300

432 THREE AMERICAN SILHOUETTES. Nineteenth century. Hollow cut portrait of a man with inked details. In a folksy painted frame, 11.5”h. And a pair of cutout portraits of George and Martha Washington with printed signatures. Stains. Framed, 4.5”h. 4.5”w. $100-350 433 AMERICAN MINIATURE REDWARE JUG. First half-19th century. Ovoid with applied handle. Manganese decoration. 4”h. $100-350 434 AMERICAN POTTERY MUG AND CREAMER. Mid 19th century. Applied handles. Redware creamer with green mottled glaze, 3”h., and a tanware mug with brown sponged designs, 4.5”h. Rim wear. $150-350 435 THREE AMERICAN REDWARE PIECES. Nineteenth century. Small covered jar or inkwell with yellow slip and incised stylized tulips. Loss to base. 3”h. And a handled mug, olive glaze with manganese daubs, 3.75”h. Together with a miniature bean pot, 2”h. $100-350 436 AMERICAN GAMEBOARD. Early 20th century. Single pine board with original yellow and red painted checkerboard. Some wear. 25.25”h. 15.5”w. $250-400 437 AMERICAN REDWARE CANDLESTICK. Nineteenth century. Stepped base with olive green glaze. Rim flakes. 7.75”h. $150-350


438 FOLK ART EAGLE ATTRIBUTED TO WILHELM SCHIMMEL (PENNSYLVANIA, 1817-1890). Wooden carved eagle with original yellow, red and black paint. Good dry surface. 6.25”h. 10.75”w. Purchased from the descendants of Bea Fisher of Youngwood, Pennsylvania. Ex Charles Miller (Pennsylvania). $2,000-4,000 439 AMERICAN DRY SINK. Mid 19th century, pine. Large dry sink with high back and shelf. Zinc lined well over two dovetailed drawers and two blind doors. Old red paint. Wear and split in zinc. 59”h. 49”w. 21”d. $1,500-2,500 440 TWO AMERICAN REDWARE CANNING JARS. Mid 19th century. One with brown daubs attributed to T.O. Goodwin (Hartford, Connecticut), 6.5”h. The other with mottled tan and green glaze is attributed to Maine, 7.5”h. Glaze wear. $200-350 441 AMERICAN REDWARE BOWL. Mid 19th century. Glazed interior with feathered design and green accents. 3.75”h. 10.5”d. $150-300 442 AMERICAN REDWARE BOWL. Mid 19th century. Feathered yellow slip design on interior. 3.5”h. 9.5”d. $100-350 443 PENNSYLVANIA REDWARE DOUGH BOWL. York County, mid 19th century. Glazed interior with feathers in yellow, green, and brown with "Meine Fran" (Frau?). Applied handles. 5"h. 14"d. Ex David Good (Ohio). $1,500-2,500

444 AMERICAN REDWARE FOOD MOLD. Attributed to Northampton County, Pennsylvania, possibly Moravian potters, ca. 1825. Duck mold with interior glaze. 4.75"h. 12"l. Ex Bea Cohen (Pennsylvania). $500-900 445 TWO AMERICAN REDWARE FOOD MOLDS. Mid 19th century. Turk’s-head mold with brown daubed glaze, 2”h. 9”d. and a fish. Edge chip. 14.25”l. $150-300

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446 TWO AMERICAN REDWARE JUGS. Mid 19th century. Applied strap handles. Mottled green glaze, 7.5”h., and ovoid with slightly metallic glaze. Varying wear and edge flakes. $150-350 447 AMERICAN REDWARE BEAN POT AND LIGHTING DEVICE. Mid 19th century. Both have brown daubed glaze. Large bean pot with applied strap handle, 8.25”h. 9.5”d. And a candle holder with spout, 6.5”h. Some imperfections. $150-300 448 FOUR AMERICAN REDWARE LIGHTING DEVICES. Nineteenth century. Three grease chamberlamps. Two similar with ribbed handles, one ex David Good (Ohio), 3.75”, 45.”h., and one with Albany slip, 4”h. Together with a tidy with incised designs and brown daubs, 5”h. (Sold with wrought iron betty lamp). Repairs. $250-450

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449 AMERICAN STEPBACK CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, pine. Two-piece cupboard with square nail construction. Original grain painted ground with white and black doors and drawers. Two doors with twelve glass panes above, three dovetailed drawers over two blind doors below. Shelves. Wear and some glass damage. 82”h. 54”w. 21.5”d. $2,000-4,000

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450 AMERICAN ADVERTISING SIGN. Second half-19th century. Thick, two-board sign with original paint “W. Davies; Draper, Licensed Dealer in Tea, Coffee Snuff & Tobacco”. Some wear. Late frame. 22”h. 41.75”w. $300-400 451 AMERICAN TRADE SIGN. Late 19th century. Wooden bottle with original blue and white paint. Age splits. 33.5”h. $100-200 452 AMERICAN BLACKHAWK WEATHERVANE. Probably Harris & Co., Boston, late 19th century. Full-bodied copper race horse. Weathered. 30.5”h. including base. $300-600 453 AMERICAN APOTHECARY. Second half-19th century, pine and poplar. Twelve drawers, three over four over five. Old bittersweet paint. Some edge loss. 15”h. 23”w. 8.5”d. $500-700 454 AMERICAN HANGING APOTHECARY. Second half-19th century, pine. Eight nailed drawers with old salmon paint. 27”h. 13.75”w. 8.5”d. $300-400

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456 AMERICAN DECORATED PIN TOP TABLE. Mid 19th century, pine. Pinned construction with dovetailed drawer. Original grain paint. Four-board top has scrubbed surface. Wear. 29”h. 41.5”w. 31.5”d. $400-800 457 AMERICAN DECORATED MULE CHEST. Mid 19th century, pine. Original vinegar sponging on mustard ground. “T” nail construction. Two dovetailed drawers with original pulls. High cutout feet. Some edge wear and chips. 41.75”h. 42”w. 18.5”d. Ex Joy Piscopo, ex F.O. Bailey (Maine). $1,500-2,500 458 AMERICAN CARVED OWL DECOY. Attributed to Maine, early 20th century. Naive carved wooden Great Horned Owl on a separate tree branch stump. Original paint. Wear. 24.5"h. overall. Ex Russ and Karen Goldberger (New Hampshire). $300-600 459 FOUR AMERICAN HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. Nineteenth century. Pine hanging wall box with carved crest and reeded detail. Old green paint. 17.5”h. 10.75”w., treen plate with later painted strawberries, 7.75”d., and a dovetailed knife box with heart cutout and original stenciling on red paint. 5”h. 12.5”w. Together with butterprint with flower basket. 4”d. Imperfections. $250-350 460 AMERICAN PAINTING OF RABBITS. Third quarter-19th century, oil on wood panel. Two rabbits, one an English spot. Edge loss. Unframed, 9”h. 12.75”w. Ex Stephen-Douglas (Vermont). $200-300

461 THREE AMERICAN ITEMS INCLUDING DECOY. Nineteenth century. Carved wooden cat with worn original paint, 14.5”h., and a cork decoy with wooden head. Old paint. Wear. 17”l. Together with a treenware container. Old paint has wear. 8.25”h. Ex Stephen-Douglas (Vermont). $150-300 462 FIVE PIECES OF CHALKWARE. Probably American, late 19th century. Watch hutch with three wax figures behind glass. One damaged. 13”h. Ex David Schorsch, sold at Sotheby’s. And a pair of reclining deer with repaint, 10.5”h. 8”l., and pair of poodles, 4.5”h. $250-500

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463 EUROPEAN SANTOS. Nineteenth century. Wooden carved figure of a woman in blue dress. Detailed face with glass eyes. Original paint with overpaint. Imperfections. 20.5”h. including base. $100-300 464 FOUR AMERICAN BASKETS. Late 19th-early 20th century, woven splint. Bentwood handles. Two buttocks baskets, the smaller with old blue paint. 10.5”h. 10.5”w., 4”h. 4.5”w. And two round baskets. Worn original red paint, 11.5”h. 10.5”d., and old yellow paint, 8.75”h. 9.5”d. $100-350 465 TWO AMERICAN HOOKED RUGS. Second quarter-20th century. Cat and goose “Fur & Feathers 1943”, 32” x 36”, and owls, 25” x 51”. Imperfections. $200-500

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466 AMERICAN HOUSE BOARD. Single pine board with relief carved text “Built by John Kurtz and, his wife, Magdalene, 1845.” Square nails. Old blue paint. Wear, missing some applied trim. 24.25”h. 13”w. $600-900

470 AMERICAN STONEWARE WATER COOLER. Second half-19th century. Double handles. Brushed cobalt flower and bee-sting decoration. Chips at bung hole. 27”h. $100-350

467 EUROPEAN IMMIGRANT’S TRUNK. Mid 19th century, pine. Dovetailed dome-top trunk with wrought iron strap hinges and handles. Original blue vinegar sponge decoration. Painted initials and “1856”. Imperfections. 23”h. 36.5”w. 19”d. $250-450

471 AMERICAN BUCKET BENCH. Second half-19th century, pine. Two shelves with open back over two blind doors. Green/tan paint. Worn. 54”h. 40”w. 18”d. $200-400

468 SIX AMERICAN DECORATED SIDE CHAIRS. Mid 19th century. Plank seats and lyre backs. Original salmon ground with floral crests. Some edge wear. 32.5”h. $300-500

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469 TWO LIGHTING DEVICES. Nineteenth century. Wrought iron betty lamp with brass heart marked “Boker”. With wick pick and hanger. 4”h. And a brass oil lamp in three footed base. 4.25”l. $200-400

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472 NEW ENGLAND HEPPLEWHITE TILT-TOP CANDLESTAND. Late 18th-early 19th century, curly maple. Shaped one-board top, turned column, and tapered feet. Turned and chip carved detail. Good patina. Repaired foot. 28”h. 19.5”w. 13.5”d. $300-600 473 AMERICAN HANGING SHELVES. Nineteenth century, bird’s-eye maple. Scalloped whale ends, four shelves. Old refinishing. 34”h. 27.5”w. $250-450


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474 OHIO AMISH PIECED CRIB QUILT. Found in Helena City, ca.1930s. Hand stitched with princess feathers. Blue and burgundy on black. 33” x 38.5”. Ex Harvey Antiques, (Illinois). $250-450 475 AMERICAN APPLIQUE QUILT. Late 19th century. Hand stitched oak leaf pinwheels in good colors. Minor stains. 80” x 80”. $400-800 476 AMERICAN CORNER CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, walnut with curly maple and poplar. One-piece cupboard with double doors above with twelve glass panes and two blind doors below. Two dovetailed drawers. Old refinishing. 85”h. 57”w. 26”d. $900-1,200

476A AMERICAN QUILTING FRAME. Nineteenth century, pine. Vase shaped legs and crossed shoe feet. 29”h. 104”w. 36”d. $250-450 476B AMERICAN SAWBUCK WORK TABLE. Mid 18th century, pine. Shaped legs, two-board top and dovetailed drawer. Wear and stains. 28.5”h. 41”w. 27.75”d. Ex Mable Youse estate auction, October 1961, lot 215. $650-1,000 476C TWO AMERICAN TIN CANTING LAMPS. Nineteenth century. Saucer bases and finger loops. 8”, 8.5”h. $350-600 476 www.GARTHS.com | 61


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477 ZIA POTTERY OLLA. Ca.1925. Slip decoration with three Zia birds. Punt bottom. 8”h. 10”d. Ex Salveson Collection (Ohio). $1,000-1,500

481 NAVAJO RUG. Ca.1920, wool. Crystal area with overall graphic design and red accents. Minor warp breaks. 51” x 63”. $1,000-1,250

478 LAGUNA POTTERY OLLA. Ca. 1940s. From Paula Martinez of Laguna Pueblo, originally belonging to her mother Cynthia Beecher. Slip decoration in geometric designs with flowers. Punt bottom. Minor flakes. 10.5”h. 11.5”d. Ex Al Anthony's Adobe Gallery (New Mexico). $900-1,200

482 TWO HOPI POTTERY VESSELS. First half-20th century. Cylindrical with geometric slip decoration. Some wear. 5”, 5.5”h. $200-400

479 COCHITI POTTERY CANTEEN. Ca.1910. Slip decoration of four standing figures. Lug handles, one repaired. 6”l. $300-600

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480 NAVAJO RUG. Second quarter-20th century, wool. Graphic figural design on grey with stars, birds, feathers, arrows and lizards. 52” x 85”. $1,500-2,500

483 FIVE AMERICAN INDIAN POTTERY PIECES. Mid 20th century. Mostly Acoma. Wedding vase with bird head, 3.5”h., chamberstick, 2.5”h., creamer, 4”h., and two bowls, 2.5”, 1.25”h. $100-250 484 MARICOPA EFFIGY JAR. First half-20th century. Sheep figure with geometric slip decoration. Some wear. 6.5”h. $200-300


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485 NAVAJO RUG. Ca.1935, wool. Interlocking stepped medallions on grey with “arrow” designs and zigzag border. Double spirit lines. Metal tag in one corner. 44” x 75”. $1,000-1,500 486 PAIR OF PLAINS BEADED LEATHER GLOVES. Early 20th century. Floral beading and machine sewn pink cloth lining. 14.5”l. $100-300 487 THREE PAIR OF BEADED MOCASSINS. Late 19th-early 20th century, leather. Two are Plains, one adult with white heart red beads and remnants of cloth trim, 9.5”l., and one children’s with white ground, 6”l. Another children’s pair was made in Montreal, 4”l. Wear. $500-900 488 NAVAJO RUG. First half-20th century, wool. Ganado with serrated design. Color bleeding. Cloth added for hanging rod. 3’7” x 6’1”. $250-450

489 NAVAJO RUG. First half-20th century, wool. Serrated diamonds on natural ground. Some edge wear and loss. 3’6” x 4’11”. $300-500 490 TWO NAVAJO GERMANTOWN SAMPLERS. Early 20th century. Serrated diamond on red, 19” x 20”, and serrated banded including slate blue, 22” x 23”. $250-450 491 TWO NAVAJO GERMANTOWN WEAVINGS. Early 20th century. Sampler with turquoise, 18” x 18”, and saddlebag with purple. Small warp break. 18” x 37”. $200-400 492 TWO LARGE BASKETS BY JACOB YELICK (PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, 1855-1936). Woven splint with bentwood handles and braided rims. 12.25”h. 26.5”w. and 13”h. 17.5”w. $150-350

493 NAVAJO YEI RUG. First half-20th century. Four figures and rainbow god. Imperfections. 58” x 80”. $300-600 494 AMERICAN INDIAN CROOK KNIFE. Nineteenth century. Scrolled burl handle and copper wire wrapping. 7”l. $500-800 495 NORTHERN CALIFORNIA BASKET. Possibly Macha, 1st half-20th century. Minutely woven covered basket. Faded colors show on bottom and interior. 1.75”h. 2.75”d. $150-350 496 THREE AMERICAN WINDSOR CHAIRS. Nineteenth century. Rustic low-back armchair, 25”h., and two bow-backs. Side chair with old salmon paint and bow-back bamboo armchair with old black paint. 16”h. seat, 35”h. overall. $300-500

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497 SAN ILDEFONSO POTTERY JAR. Ca.1910. Slip decoration with roadrunner birds around the circumference of the neck. Punt bottom. Small edge chip. 8.5”h. 10.25”d. Ex Salveson Collection (Ohio). $800-1,200

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498 ACOMA POTTERY OLLA. Ca.1930. Slip decoration with rainbows and parrots. Signed “Acoma, N. Mex. G. Lewis”. 9.5”h. 11.5”d. $1,000-1,250 499 NAVAJO RUG. Second quarter-20th century, wool. Diamond bands in purple and natural on striking red ground. Some color bleeding and wear. 51” x 74”. $600-1,200 500 NAVAJO RUG. First quarter-20th century, wool. Graphic design with zigzag border and red accents. 46” x 65”. $600-800

501 NAVAJO GERMANTOWN SADDLE BLANKET. Early 20th century. Serrated design on purple. 18” x 37”. $250-450 502 NAVAJO GERMANTOWN SADDLE BLANKET. Early 20th century. Serrated diamonds on red ground. 24” x 31”. $200-400 503 AMERICAN CHEESE BASKET. Late 19th-early 20th century, woven splint. 8”h. 25”d. $100-150 504 AMERICAN PEWTER TEAPOT. Marked “Savage Midd, Ct” (William Savage, Middletown, Connecticut, late 1830s). Missing finial wafer. 8.25”h. $100-300

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505 AMERICAN ENGRAVED POWDER HORN. Dated “1879”. Short horn with a variety of birds and ducks, hunter and dog, and soldiers in uniform. Some natural imperfections. 9”l. $500-700 505 506 ENGRAVED POWDER HORN BY TIMOTHY TANSEL (KENTUCKY/INDIANA, 1810-1852). Carved horn with scrimshaw decoration including an American Indian “Blac Hawk” (sic) shooting deer, running dog, and American eagle with banner “E Pluribus Unum”. Dated “1844”. 12”l. Family history states it was given to the consignor’s grandparents by an American Indian family in exchange for vegetables from a farm in New Bloomington, Ohio. $5,000-7,000

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507 PENNSYLVANIA LONG RIFLE. Over under-type single barrel, the top rifled, the bottom for shotgun shells. Top marked “DB Buckwalter 5/27 .84”. Percussion lock marked “James_own & Son, Pittsburg, Pa.” Curly maple stock and brass patchbox. 49.5”l. With powder horn. $900-1,200 508 THREE TOHONO O’ODHAM BASKETS. Mid 20th century. Geometric designs. 1.75”h. 3.25”d., 2”h. 5.25”d., and 7”d. $200-300

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506A GHOST DANCE SHIRT. Nineteenth century, muslin. Thread-sewn and painted with blue, yellow, green, and orange pigments and decorated with short salmon colored fringe. Front fringed triangular bib, a red fivepointed star among blue polka dots above a descending triangle, and a blue crescent moon. The back has blue polka dots above a three-color rainbow, a thunderbird (or eagle) with open talons, and a descending triangle. Retains one hair drop and feather. 33”h. 46”w. $2,500-4,500 506B GHOST DANCE SHIRT. Nineteenth century, muslin. Thread-sewn and cut fringe lining the seams. The front has a painted turtle in orange and purple pigments; the back with pink crescent moons over descending triangles. The collar is over-laid and reinforced with hunter green fabric. The shirt retains several drops of hair. 37”h. 44”w. $1,000-1,500

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509 BASKET BY JOE SIKVAYUGAK (ALASKA, 1898-1983). Signed “Joe S. 1968 Barrow”. Woven baleen with carved ivory walrus head finial. Bone bottom disk. 3”h. 4”d. $400-800 www.GARTHS.com | 65


510 NORTHWEST COAST STAFF. Early 20th century. Carved wooden staff, possibly a speaker’s staff, with three totem figures. Good dark patina. Loss to top end. 29.25”h. $600-800 511 NORTHWEST COAST CARVED STOOL. Nineteenth century, cedar. Carved legs with square nails and eagle head carved seat. Traces of original polychrome paint. Weathered with glue at legs. 20”h. 26”l. $900-1,250 511

512 NORTHWEST COAST CARVED SPOON. Late 19th century. Probably Tlingit. Two-part spoon with totem figures on the handle and copper rivets. Minor split in handle. 8”l. Old pen and ink label “Horn Spoon used by Alaska Indians___ Sitka Alaska, July__ 189_”. $600-900 513 NORTHWEST COAST CARVED FIGURE. Early 20th century. Wood with good patina and original paint. Seated figure with staff and headdress. Some edge loss and age split. 7.75”h. Ex Harvey Antiques (Illinois). $300-600

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514 NORTHWEST COAST TOTEM. Early 20th century. Four carved figures with original paint. Some wear. 19”h. including base. $300-600 515 NORTHWEST COAST CARVED BOX. Ca.1900. Possibly Tlingit or Haida. Dovetailed box with carved faces on all sides. Traces of paint remain. Wear and loose dovetails. 9.5”h. 21.5”w. 10.5”d. $600-1,200

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517 NAVAJO RUG. Ca.1930, wool. Cross medallions on grey. Spirit line. 41” x 52”. $600-800 518 NAVAJO RUG. Second quarter-20th century. Expanding serrated diamond in earth tones. End wear. 60” x 86”. $800-1,250 519 PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. First half-19th century, pine. Six-board dovetailed case with bracket feet. Interior till and bear trap lock. Original grain paint has darkened. Wear and some edge loss. 25.25”h. 50.25”w. 22.5”d. $400-800

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520 PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. York County, mid 19th century, pine. Six-board dovetailed case with original red grained paint imitating flame grain mahogany. Turned feet and interior poplar till. Some edge wear. 23.5”h. 42.5”w. 19.75”d. Ex Clyde Youtz (Pennsylvania). $600-900 521 TWO PIECES OF FURNITURE. Second half-19th century. American mammy’s bench with original grain decoration. Wear and missing guard. 30”h. 47.5”w. And a mortised and pinned European side chair. Old worn green paint. Added brace. 37”h. $150-350

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522 OHIO PLANTATION DESK. Mid 19th century, poplar. Twopiece desk with spool turned legs and lift lid slant top. Base has fitted interior with dovetailed drawers. Top has two doors with sixteen glass panes and two dovetailed drawers. Pigeonhole interior. Original grained and black paint. Imperfections. 93”h. 52”w. 28”d. $1,000-2,000 523 NEBRASKA PIECED QUILT. Made by “Allie” (Cather) Kamerer, (Lincoln, Nebraska, died 1928). Lone Star in bright colors. Hand stitched. 71” x 71”. $300-500

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524 AMERICAN TAVERN TABLE. Early 19th century, pine including yellow pine. Stretcher base, turned legs and dovetailed drawer. Old Spanish brown paint on the base. Rosehead nails in the top. Wear and age splits. 26.5”h. 33.5”w. 24.25”d. $300-500

525 TWENTY PIECES OF STONE FRUIT. European, 20th century. Realistic original paint. Includes oranges, bananas, fig, grapes, mushroom and peaches. Some wear. $100-300 526 AMERICAN SET OF SHELVES. Second half-19th century, walnut. Reeded edges, cutout feet. Four shelves. 56.5”h. 43”w. 9.5”d. $100-350 527 AMERICAN DIMINUTIVE CHEST OF DRAWERS. Mid 19th century, curly maple with poplar secondary. Two-tier chest with two dovetailed handkerchief drawers over three graduated drawers. Scroll returns on front feet, turned back feet. Refinished with some imperfections. 33.75”h. 33.5”w. 16.5”d. $300-600


528 DOUBLE PORTRAIT (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Brother and sister in a landscape. Restoration. Unframed, 36”h. 29”w. $400-800 529 PENNSYLVANIA MENNONITE PIECED QUILT. Ca.1930s. Hand stitched bands in Joseph’s Coat pattern. Minor stains. 70” x 86”. Ex Marge Piper (Illinois). $600-800

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530 PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED CHIPPENDALE BLANKET CHEST. Dated 1811, pine. Dovetailed case, two dovetailed drawers with original pulls and bracket feet. Reeded detail, interior till and strap hinges. Original blue and red paint with “sgraffito” floral decoration. Wear, especially to lid. 30.25”h. 53.5”w. 23.25”d. Pictured in The Pennsylvania-German Decorated Chest by Fabian, pg. 210, image 239. $3,000-5,000

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531 AMERICAN FRAMED CANDLE MOLD. First half-19th century. Wooden frame with cutout feet and canted sides holds six pewter tubes with threaded tops. 14”h. 18”l. 6.5”d. $100-300 532 THREE AMERICAN POTTERY LAMPS. Mid 19th century. Two redware crocks with manganese decoration. One is ovoid with two handles. 9”, 10”h. And an ovoid stoneware jug with applied handle and cobalt flower. 11”h. Made into electric table lamps. Heights do not include lamp parts. $100-300 533 FIVE PIECES OF AMERICAN WROUGHT IRON LIGHTING. Early 19th century. Two rushlight holders with candle socket counterweights. 12”h. And three loom lights on trammels. 26”, 27”, 29”l. Varying wear. $150-350

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534 TWO-GALLON WEST PENNSYLVANIA CROCK. Mid 19th century. Foliate, “2”, and abstract brushed cobalt decoration. 11.75”h. $300-500 535 PENNSYLVANIA STONEWARE CROCK. Mid 19th century. Brushed cobalt flourishes with stenciled label “From James Hamilton & Co., Greensboro, Pa”. 9.5”h. $200-400

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536 AMERICAN REDWARE JUG. Attributed to Alfred, Maine, mid 19th century. Small size with brown daubed green glaze. Glaze flakes. 5.5”h. $200-400 537 AMERICAN REDWARE COVERED JAR. Possibly Shenandoah Valley, mid 19th century. Double walled with reticulated designs. Light tan glaze with orange and green. Lid is close mismatch with edge flakes. 5”h. $600-800

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538 PENNSYLVANIA BENTWOOD BOX. Possibly by Heinrich Bucher (Berks County, ca.1800). Oval with laced seams. Original paint with red and white tulips. Some edge loss. 5.5"h. 15"l. Ex Greg Kramer (Pennsylvania). $2,000-3,000 539 AMERICAN WINDSOR ARMCHAIR. Late 18th-early 19th century. Braceback continuous arm chair. Swelled spindles and braces. Old brown paint. Wear. 17.5” seat, 35.5”h. $400-600 540 TWO AMERICAN DECORATED GAMEBOARDS. Early 20th century. Original paint. Folding with parcheesi. 21.75” x 22” open. And single board with applied gallery edge. Spanish brown and black checkerboard. 17” x 27.5”. $100-300

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541 OHIO AUCTION BROADSIDE. Farm and household auction, Newton Falls, Ohio, 1881 for the estate of Samuel King. Some edge loss. Late frame, 24.5”h. 17.75”w. $100-150


542 AMERICAN DRY SINK. Mid 19th century, pine. Long sink with thick boards. Scalloped back and four dovetailed drawers over three blind doors. Replaced pulls. Old red paint. Two-board well has split. Wear and edge loss. 36.5”h. 65”w. 20.5”d. Ex Garland Warren (Texas). $1,500-3,000 543 TWO REDWARE ANIMALS. Late 19th-20th century. Eagle with mottled glaze, 7"h., and fox or bear with baskets. Green mottled glaze. 6.5"h. $400-800 543A REDWARE WHIMSEY. Central Pennsylvania, 19th century. Rare molded flute with sgraffito design of musician and tulip "Fred Hewitz (?), Flote Glaser". Grey slip glaze. Repair. 10.5"h. $300-500 544 THREE AMERICAN BLOWN GLASS CANISTERS. Nineteenth century. Tin lids. 8”, 10”, 11.75”h. $100-350

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545 TWO AMERICAN GROTESQUE FACE JUGS. Late 20th century. Alkaline glaze. One signed “AG Meaders 1990” (Alva Gusta Meaders, Georgia, 1923-1994). 9.5”h. The other possibly signed “Roe” on the bottom. 11.5”h. $200-400 546 AMERICAN DECORATED KNIFE AND SALT BOXES. Second half-19th century. Original paint. Comb grained knife box. Square nails. 4.25”h. 9.5” x 11.75”. And a hanging “Salt” box with lift lid and canted sides. 8”h. 7.5”w. $200-400 547 SEASCAPE (AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN SCHOOL, 2ND HALF-19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Cliff side scene with rowboat heading out to sailing ship. 16”h. 22.5”w., framed, 22.25”h. 28.25”w. $200-400 548 CUTOUT BY DAVID ELLINGER (PENNSYLVANIA, 1913-2003). Signed. Paper cutout with original paint. Bird and tulip in heart. Painted frame, 10”h. 12”w. $200-300

549 THREE AMERICAN DUCK DECOYS. First half-20th century. Merganser with glass eyes. Old paint. 15.5”l. Canvasback with original paint and glass eyes. Age splits. 18”l. And a primitive black and white decoy with original paint. 15”l. $100-300 550 TWO AMERICAN BLOWN GLASS CANISTERS. Mid 19th century. Aqua with tin lids. 7.25”, 8”h. $100-300 551 FIVE ENGLISH FEATHER EDGE PLATES. Mid 19th century. Red edges. Three soups. Stains. 10.5"d. And two sauces, 5"d. Ex Greg Kramer (Pennsylvania). $150-300 552 FOUR AMERICAN DECORATIVE FIGURES. Nineteenth century. Pottery boar with Albany slip, similar to Anna Pottery. 7.25”l. And three chalkware pieces. Pig, 8”l., lovebirds with old paint, 6”h., and fruit basket. Some loss. 4.5”h. $100-300 553 TWO AMERICAN DUCK DECOYS. First half-20th century. Original black and white paint. Primitive Canada goose, 25”l., and root head decoy, 15.5”l. Some imperfections. $150-300 554 AMERICAN WROUGHT IRON GAME RACK. Nineteenth century. Four arms with hooks and rope twist detail. 15”h. 11.5”d. not including additional hook. $100-200 www.GARTHS.com | 71


555 THREE AMERICAN BENTWOOD CARRIERS. Second half-19th century. Round with lapped seams and iron tacks. Wire bale handles. Two with original paint. Putty, 5.25”h. 9.5”d., and green, 5.5”h. 9.25”d. And a blue repaint, 5.5”h. 9.75”d. Imperfections. $100-300

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556 AMERICAN FOLK ART WHIRLIGIG. First half-20th century, tin and wood. Dapper gentleman (Theodore Roosevelt?) with a top hat and monocle riding a penny-farthing cycle. Original paint except for counterbalance vane. Some wear and alligatored varnish. 19.5”h. 24”l. $250-450 557 AMERICAN HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD. Nineteenth century, curly maple with poplar. Paneled door and interior shelves. Square nail construction. Dark patina. 37.75”h. 35.5”w. 20”d. $400-600

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558 FOUR PIECES OF OHIO STONEWARE. Second half-19th century. Six-gallon ovoid jug stamped “H. McLain” (Henry McLain, Newton Township), crock “3 JJG” (Joshua J. German, Hopewell Township) and stenciled “CC Rankin Grocer Newark, O.” Illustrated on pages 221, 286, 287 in James L. Murphy’s “Checklist of 19th Century Bluebird Potters and Potteries in Muskingum County, Ohio”. And small jar marked “M. Fountain” (possibly Muskingum County potter Marion Fountain, Mark Thompson Fountain, Mark L. Fountain, or Martin Fountain). Together with jug marked “Weeks Bro’s Akron, O.” $150-350

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559 AMERICAN STILL LIFE (EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Cut watermelon. Surface scuffs, minor hole. Unframed, 18”h. 30”w. $100-300 560 SPIT JACK. American or English, 19th century. Tin with cast iron base. Brass handle and interior geared works. 13”h. 8.25”w. $100-200 561 THREE ENGLISH GREEN FEATHER EDGE PLATTERS. First 19th century. Largest is marked “Enoch Wood & Sons”. Flakes. 14.75” x 18”, medium has floral design. 14” x 17.25”, and 11.5” x 14.5”. $250-500 562 ELEVEN PIECES OF ENGLISH GREEN FEATHER EDGE. First half-19th century. Three bowls, 10.5”, 8.5”, 7”d., small tureen, 7”l., pepper pot, two gravy boats, open vegetables, two plates, 8.5”, 9”d., and tray, 10.5”l. Two pieces marked “Herculaneum”, one “Best Goods” and one “Rogers”. Light stains and a hairline. $250-500 563 ELEVEN CHRISTMAS LIGHTS. Late 19th-early 20th century. Diamond pattern. Two amethyst, one blue, one pink, two green, three amber, one clear and one white. Some edge flakes. 4"h. Ex Nancy Kalin (Ohio). $100-200 564 ELEVEN CHRISTMAS LIGHTS. Late 19th-early 20th century. Diamond pattern. Two blue, four amber, two green and one each red, white and amethyst. Some edge flakes. 4"h. Ex Nancy Kalin (Ohio). $100-200


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565 TWO NEW YORK PORTRAITS. Second quarter-19th century, pencil on paper. Man and woman. The woman has an illegible signature “DW H___y fecit”. The man has a pen and ink notation “Gurdon Hewitt, Owega NY”. Both have Lyman Allyn Museum Loan stickers. Inlaid frames, 5.25”h. 4.25”w. $300-600 566 GROTESQUE FACE JUG BY LANIER MEADERS (GEORGIA, 1917-1998). Signed on the underside. Green glaze. Applied handle. 10”h. $250-450 567 AMERICAN OPTOMETRIST SIGN. Late 19th century, cast iron. Spectacles with original gilding and old black paint. 4.5”h. 17.75”w. not including hangers. $400-800 568 VIRGINIA SHERATON PIE SAFE. Mid 19th century, yellow pine. Old, if not original, blue paint. Twenty-four punched tins with scrolls and compass stars. Two top doors with tins and two blind doors below. High turned feet. Edge wear. 76”h. 43”w. 23”d. $2,500-4,500

569 OHIO STONEWARE JUG. Second quarter-19th century. Ovoid jug impressed “S. Purdy” with cobalt accent. Solomon Purdy was a potter in Putnam 1816/1818 to 1820. By 1830 he was in Portage County, Ohio. $150-350 570 TWO PIECES OF OHIO STONEWARE. Second half 19th-century. Brown slip with sgraffito inscriptions. Harvest jug “Mr. Frank Fink is here in town, his girl she is very sick this 20 of May 98. Jug made by ADV, come and get the safe sealer fruit can the best. Made by Abner Duncan VanAllen, Hopewell Township, Muskingum County 1870- 1900, and Roseville 1909-1924. Illustrated on pages 398, 399 in James L. Murphy’s “Checklist of 19th Century Bluebird Potters and Potteries in Muskingum County, Ohio”. And a bird house with “GM Crooks, May 12 1/59” (George Milton Crooks, Hopewell Township). Repair. $250-450 571 OHIO AMISH PLANT STAND. First half-20th century, pine. Three tiers with scalloped sides. Old green paint. Some wear and edge loss. 37.5”h. 48”w. 22.25”d. From a farm in Mt. Eaton, Wayne County. $150-350

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572 PENNSYLVANIA WATERCOLOR. First half-19th century, ink and watercolor on laid paper. Four birds including turkeys (peacocks?) and flowers. Below is "64". Light stains and slightly faded. Reeded frame, 7"h. 7.75"w. Ex Ellie Hoover (Ohio). $150-350

573 PENNSYLVANIA BOOKPLATE. By the Rockhill Artist (Bucks County, active 1830-1848), watercolor on paper. Colorful bird and flower. Light stains. Late curly maple frame, 5.5"h. 5"w. Ex Ellie Hoover (Ohio). $250-450

574 AMERICAN BANDBOX. Second quarter-19th century. Wallpaper with printed top hat on light blue paper. 9.25”h. 11.5” x 12.75”. Includes a New York beaver top hat with Cincinnati shop label. Ref: 1960; Lilian Carlisle; “Bandboxes at The Shelburne Museum” pp. 12, plate 52. $250-450

575 AMERICAN DECORATED COUNTRY FEDERAL CHEST. First half-19th century, pine and poplar. Square nail construction. Four graduated dovetailed drawers with original pulls. Original red paint and faux inlay paint on the edges and apron. Edge wear. 42”h. 39”w. 18.5”d. Ex Yankee Smuggler (New Hampshire). $600-1,200

576 THREE AMERICAN TINDER BOXES. Nineteenth century. All have candle sockets on the lids, dampers, and finger rings. Copper with flint and striker, 3.5”h., and tin with flint, 3.25”h. Together with a chamberlamp with wide deep base, candle snuffer and push up on the candle socket. 6”h. 8.5”d. $250-450 577 THREE AMERICAN LANTERNS. Nineteenth century. Glass globes, punched designs in tops and bottoms, ring handles. Copper with ribbon wick burner, 17”h., and tin with whale oil burner, 16.5”h. Together with an onion globe and long base to accommodate font with ribbon wick burner. 16”h. Varying wear and rust. $300-400

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578 TWO AMERICAN LANTERNS. Nineteenth century. Tin horn lantern with “dormer” vents, 15”h., and tin with glass onion globe and candle socket. 11.5”h. Ex Bill Samaha (Ohio). Wear and rust. $150-300


579 AMERICAN BLACKHAWK WEATHERVANE. Probably Harris & Co., Boston, late 19th century. Full-bodied race horse with verdigris patina. 21.5”h. 28”l. including base. $1,000-1,500 580 CHICKEN YARD BY BURR H. NICHOLLS (AMERICAN, 1848-1915). Oil on artist board, signed and dated 1895 lower right. Rooster and chickens. 10"h. 12.5"d., late frame, 15"h. 17.5"w. Ex Ed Weissman (New Hampshire). $800-1,200 581 PAIR OF ENGLISH QUEEN ANNE CANDLESTICKS. Ca. 1740. Petal bases with shell decoration. Seamed construction. Surface wear from polishing. 8.75”h. Ref: 1978., Schiffer et al., “The Brass Book.” p 201 (A and B). $600-1,200 582 TROUTING AMONG THE MOUNTAINS N.H. BY SAMUEL FOSTER (NEW HAMPSHIRE, B. 1833). Oil on wood panel, signed, titled and date 1868 on the back. Fisherman in a mountain lake. Penciled notation "Gertrude Guild January 8, 1915". 10"h. 15"w., late gilt frame, 14.25"h. 19.25"w. Ex Ed Weissman (New Hampshire). $600-1,200 583 AMERICAN CHALKWARE DOVE BANK. Late 19th century. Dove on a cherry branch with original paint. Wear. 11"h. Ex Bea Cohen (Pennsylvania). $100-300

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584 AMERICAN INLAID CANDLESTAND. Attributed to Portsmouth, New Hampshire, ca.1790, birch. Tray top with fan inlay corners. 28.75”h. 17” x 17.25”. $250-450

585 AMERICAN DECORATED ROCKING CHAIR. Second half-19th century. Original grain decoration. Wear. 41”h. $100-300

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586 PAIR OF AMERICAN CHALKWARE GARNITURES. Late 19th century. Lovebirds on urns of fruit. Original paint has wear. 12”h. $600-900 587 AMERICAN CHALKWARE DEER. Late 19th century. Reclining deer with enhanced paint. Repaired antler. 10.75”h. Ex Halsey Munson (Illinois), Stephen-Douglas (Vermont). $400-600

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588 AMERICAN CHALKWARE CAT. Late 19th century. Seated tabby with green color. Wear. 10.5”h. $400-600 589 AMERICAN CARVED DOCUMENT BOX. Ca.1840, mahogany. Square nail construction. Carved pineapple in a basket and on the lid and front and floral designs on the sides. Possibly sailor work. Old varnish surface. Minor edge damage. 4.5"h. 10"w. Ex Wilkins & Courcier (New York). $300-600

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590 FOUR AMERICAN DECORATED SIDE CHAIRS. Mid 19th century. Plank seats and lyre backs with original floral paint. Wear and repairs. 16”h. seat, 32”h. overall. $100-350 591 AMERICAN DECORATED SIDE CHAIR. Mid 19th century. Plank seat, half post back. Original paint with American eagle and flags. Some wear. 32”h. Ex David Schorsch (Connecticut). $200-400 592 TWO AMERICAN FOLDING CANDLE LAMPS. Second half-19th century. One with original stenciled design on japanned ground and mica windows. “Minor’s Patnt (sic) Jan. 24th 1865”. 5”h. open. And book form with print of Turkish city on lid. 5.25”l. closed. Varying wear. $100-300

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593 FLYING ANGEL FRAKTUR. Pennsylvania, active 1780-1811, watercolor and ink on laid paper. Angels, flowers, and central circle recording the 1795 birth of Ester Klop Weisenburg Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania. Professionally restored. Grained frame, 19"h. 22"w. Sold Garth's Auctions, lot 156, January 8, 1999. $1,500-2,500 594 PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN ATTRIBUTED TO STURTEVANT HAMBLIN (MAINE/MASSACHUSETTS, FL. 1837-1856). Oil on artist board, unsigned. Woman in a red dress with a tortoise-shell comb. Partial date “June 19” on the back. Restoration. 10”h. 7.75”w., framed, 14”h. 11.5”w. $750-1,000

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595 PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED CORNER CUPBOARD. Second quarter-19th century, pine and poplar. Two-piece cupboard with original grain paint imitating mahogany. Square nail construction. Single door above with twelve panes including arched top row. Base has dovetailed drawer, scalloped apron and two blind doors. Some wear, top interior repainted. 89”h. 48”w. 23”d. Sold at Christie’s, lot 304, January 1991. Ex Fine Americana Antiques, (New Hampshire). $3,000-5,000

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596 LAKESIDE LANDSCAPE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND HALF-19TH CENTURY). Oil on artist board, unsigned. Landscape with a couple in the foreground. Chalked notation on back “Dr. Davis, Seneca Falls”. 18”h. 25”w., framed, 21.25”h. 28.5”w. $300-600 597 MINIATURE ENGLISH CUPBOARD. Second half-19th century, oak. One-piece cupboard with glass paned doors above and four dovetailed drawers with pie shelf below. Original brass pulls. Old refinishing. 16”h. 13.25”w. 3.5”d. $250-450 596

598 AMERICAN PISTOL GRIP TINDER LIGHTER. Late 18th century. Brass frame with lyre support and mahogany grip. Flintlock with candle socket. 5.5”l. $400-800 599 FLINTLOCK PISTOL GRIP TINDER LIGHTER. American or European, late 18th century. Engraved brass frame and handle with ball foot. Some rust. 8”l. $400-600

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600 TWO AMERICAN BRASS BETTY LAMPS. Nineteenth century. Tooled designs and duck finial, 4.5”l., and one with patterned swivel lid. 4”l. With wick picks and hangers. $250-450

602 AMERICAN BURL COVERED BOWL. Nineteenth century. Turned with conical lid. Good figure. Original blue paint has wear. 5.5”h. 7.25”d. $900-1,200

601 AMERICAN BURL BOWL. Nineteenth century. Turned with scrubbed surface. Worn interior. 4.5”h. 12.5”d. $400-600

603 PAIR OF TIN PEACOCK HOLDERS. Nineteenth century. Hollow cuplike backs, weighted bases. 5.5”h. $150-300


604 AMERICAN WATERCOLOR OF ADAM AND EVE. Mid 19th century, watercolor and pen and ink on paper. Colorful image of the two with the apple tree and snake. Late decorated frame, 12.75”h. 10.75”w. $600-800

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605 AMERICAN DECORATED SLIDE LID BOX. First half-19th century, pine. Mixed nails including square. Original intertwined floral paint in primary colors. Wear. 3.25”h. 9.75”w. $400-600 606 AMERICAN DECORATED BOX. Probably Pennsylvania, early 19th century. Oval bentwood box with lapped seams and tin staples. Original paint with stylized floral design and compass star on the lid. Brown ground. Dry surface, some light alligatoring. 2.75"h. 8.75"w. Ex Don Walters (Massachusetts). $800-1,600 607 AMERICAN INLAID SHERATON CHEST. Attributed to Mahantango, Pennsylvania, 2nd quarter-19th century, maple with poplar secondary. Drawers and stiles have inlaid tulips with initials “JK, CK 1828”. Five dovetailed drawers, two over three graduated. Refinished. Age splits. 48”h. 37.25”w. 20.75”d. $1,000-1,500

608 PAIR OF AMERICAN WROUGHT IRON STRAP HINGES. Early 19th century. Tulip ends. 48”l. $400-600 609 FIVE AMERICAN WROUGHT IRON STRAP HINGES. Early 19th century. Pair with circular ends, 49”l., single, 46”l., and scrolled pair, 31”h. $300-600 609A TWO AMERICAN STONEWARE JUGS. Mid 19th century. Applied handles. Brushed cobalt designs, impressed labels. Flowers “E. Norton, Bennington, VT”. 11.25”h. And “...Norton, Bennington, VT” with bird, 11”h. Some imperfections. $150-300

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610 AMERICAN HANGING WALL POCKET. Attributed to Connecticut, late 18th century, cherry. Rosehead and square nails. Shaped sides and scalloped crest. Incised and carved compass star designs. Old red paint remains on back. Some edge loss. 15.5"h. 12.5"w. 4.5"d. Ex Sam Forsythe (Ohio). $1,000-2,000

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611 AMERICAN TABLETOP SET OF DRAWERS. First quarter-19th century, pine. Chest form with cove molded cornice, applied molding to base, and quarter round columns. Three dovetailed drawers with brass pulls. Button-type feet. Original red paint. Imperfections. 16.5”h. 12.5”w. 9.25”d. $750-1,250 612 AMERICAN DOLL HOUSE AND CHILD’S ROCKER. Late 19th-early 20th century. Wooden four-room house on high feet with Victorian-type cutout decoration. Original red and tan paint. Mica windows. 55.5”h. 31”w. 13.5”d. Together with a refinished rocker. $250-450 613 VERMONT DECORATED CABINET. Ca.1825, pine. Built in with molded framing, blind door and interior shelves. Original grain paint. Some imperfections. 24.5”h. 19.75”w. 11”h. $250-450

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614 AMERICAN COUNTRY HARVEST TABLE. First half-19th century, pine. Pin top table with old red paint on the base. Pinned construction, tapered legs, three-board top. 30”h. 100”w. 28.5”d. $600-900 615 AMERICAN SEWERTILE PIGGY BANK. Probably Ohio, early 20th century. Seated pig with tooled eyelashes. 9”h. $200-400

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616 AMERICAN SEWERTILE OWL. Early 20th century. Similar to one made by Pop Wilson. Grey glaze. 13”h. $250-450 617 TWO AMERICAN CHAIRS. Nineteenth century. Ladderback side chair with tape seat and old black paint. Wear. 15” seat, 38”h. And Windsor comb-back armchair with old varnish surface. 15” seat, 47”h. $150-350


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618 AMERICAN PORTRAIT OF A CHILD. Mid 19th century, watercolor on paper, unsigned. Full-length portrait of a child with whip and elephant pull toy. Light toning and minor foxing. Gilt frame, 9.5”h. 7”w. $150-350 619 VIRGINIA STONEWARE CROCK STAMPED “S. BELL”. Shenandoah Valley, 2nd quarter-19th century. Impressed “1 1/2 S. Bell” for Samuel and Solomon Bell. Brushed blue tulips on both sides. Two applied handles. Rim flakes. 10”h. $600-900 620 PORTRAIT OF A GIRL ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM MATTHEW PRIOR (MASSACHUSETTS, 1806-1873). Oil on artist board, unsigned. Girl in blue dress with coral necklace. Some imperfections. 14"h. 10"w., grainpainted frame, 16.5"h. 12. 5"w. Ex June Lambert (Virginia). $2,000-3,000

621 AMERICAN MULE CHEST. Mid 19th century, pine. Cutout feet, dovetailed drawers and lift lid with molded edge. Original blue paint. Wrought iron strap hinges and interior till. Wear and age splits. 39.5”h. 45”w. 21”d. $1,200-1,800

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622 AMERICAN FEDERAL TALL CASE CLOCK. First quarter-19th century, cherry. Twopart case with string inlay and cove molded waist molding. Broken arch bonnet with freestanding columns and inlaid medallions. Original painted face with phases of the moon dial. Wear and replaced center finial. 97”h. $800-1,200 622A OHIO SHERATON STAND. Second quarter-19th century, mahogany. Two dovetailed drawers. 28.5”h. 18”w. 17.75”d. $100-300

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623 EAGLE KAZAK. Late 19th century. Chelaberd eagle Kazak with archaic three medallion pattern. Wear. 5’ x 7’5”. $300-600 624 AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE LINEN PRESS. Second half-18th century, cherry with pine and poplar secondary. Two-piece press with square nail construction. Top has reeding and dentil molding with two scalloped edge paneled doors on “H” hinges. Interior shelves. The bottom has three graduated dovetailed drawers with replaced pulls and ogee bracket feet. Refinished with some edge loss. 74.75”h. 50”w. 20.25”d. $1,000-2,500

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625 AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE MIRROR. Second half-18th century, pine with mahogany veneer. Gilt liner and eagle crest. Some imperfections. 32.5”h. 21.5”w. $250-450 626 AMERICAN CARVED EAGLE. Late 19th-early 20th century. Spread wing eagle on perch. Original paint. Minor wear. 19”h. 37”w. $250-500 627 SAROUK RUG. Ca.1930. Room size floral design on burgundy ground. 10’1” x 15’1”. $1,000-2,000

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629 GROUP OF ANTIQUES REFERENCE BOOKS. $75-125 630 GROUP OF ANTIQUES REFERENCE BOOKS. $75-150 631 GROUP OF ANTIQUES REFERENCE BOOKS. $75-150 632 GROUP OF ANTIQUES REFERENCE BOOKS. $75-125 633 BOOK WORLDLY GOODS BY DAVID LINDSEY. $25-50 634 BOOK THE GREAT RIVER, ART & SOCIETY OF THE CONNECTICUT RIVER. $50-75 635 CAUCASIAN RUG. First half-20th century. Geometric on camel ground. 3’3” x 5’3”. $400-600 636 CAUCASIAN RUNNER. First half-20th century. Multiple medallions on red ground. 4’7” x 12’9”. $400-800 637 CAUCASIAN RUG. First half-20th century. Medallions on red and wide blue border. Imperfections. 4’10” x 6’3”. $250-450


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638 HERIZ RUG. First quarter-20th century. Room size with spandrels, wide blue/black border and tan medallion. Wear. 10’10” x 13’. $2,000-3,000 639 HERIZ RUG. First half-20th century. Multiple medallions on red ground. Some wear. 9’3” x 11’9”. $1,500-3,000 640 ENGLISH REGENCY DINING TABLE. Early 19th century, mahogany. Twopart pedestal table with reeded legs and brass casters. Old refinishing. 29.5”h. 44.5”w. 24.75”w. with two 20.5” leaves. $400-800

641 CAUCASIAN RUG. First half-20th century. Geometric floral on blue/black ground with ivory border. 5’4” x 10’2”. $600-800 642 HERIZ RUG. Mid 20th century. Red ground. 7’7” x 8’. $600-900 643 TWO EUROPEAN BRASS CANDLESTICKS. Late 17th-19th century. Capstan with extractor hole, 6.5”h. And one with push up, 7.5”h. $300-500

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644 AMERICAN ODD FELLOWS HEART IN HAND POST. Late 19th-early 20th century. Cast iron with original paint. “IOOF” and lodge number “71”. Wear. 31.5”h. not including wooden base. $200-400

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645 OHIO FRATERNAL LODGE LANTERN. Second half-19th century. Large tin lantern with two frosted cranberry glass sides “Germantown Lodge No. 409, K of P” (Knights of Pythias). Old silver paint. Oil lamp inside. Some edge damage. 30.5”h. $300-500 646 PENNSYLVANIA JACQUARD COVERLET. Corner blocks “This coverlet belongs to me Charles Witmer 1840” and “C.B. Musselman Coverlet Weaver Milford, Bucks Co. No. 187”. One-piece, threecolor with rooster borders and “Pennsylvania”. 76” x 92”. $250-450

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647 PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED STEPBACK CUPBOARD. Attributed to Lancaster County, mid 19th century, pine. Two-piece cupboard with one door on top with nine glass panes. Two blind doors below. Original folksy vining floral decoration with birds, and pinwheels. 4"h. 48.25"w. 19"d. Ex Yankee Smuggler (New Hampshire). $8,000-12,000 648 TWO PASTEL STILL LIFES BY JULIA HOTCHKISS (NEW YORK, 1842-1915). Initialed and dated 1867 lower left, signed in pencil on back. Framed. Basket of strawberries, 12.5”h. 14.75”w., and basket of peaches, 23.5”h. 19.5”w. $250-450 649 AMERICAN DAIRY TRADE SIGN. Early 20th century. Wooden bottle with original paint. “It Whips, The Modern Dairy”. Wear. 20”h. $150-250


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653 AMERICAN CHIMNEY CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, pine and poplar. Onepiece cupboard with molded cornice, paneled door and dovetailed drawer. Old red paint. 73.5”h. 27.5”w. 20”d. $250-450 654 AMERICAN DIORAMA. Early 20th century. Rustic landscape with buildings and bridge. Shadow box frame with original floral decoration and sliding glass cover. 10”h. 11.75”w. $100-250 655 PAIR OF AMERICAN BARBER POLES. Late 19th century. Original red, white and blue paint and iron brackets. Imperfections. 23”l. $100-300 656 TWO AMERICAN CURLY MAPLE MIRRORS. Mid 19th century. Older refinishing. 17.25”h. 13.25”w. and 14”h. 12”w. $150-300 651 www.GARTHS.com | 85


657 PRINT OF CINCINNATI. Mid 19th century, black and white lithograph on paper. Panoramic view of “Cincinnati, Coventry & Newport from Mt. Adam, 1852”. Eglomise mat, framed, 35.75”h. 49”w. $350-650

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658 AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, cherry with pine secondary. Two-piece marriage with rosehead and square nail construction. Top has elaborate cornice with Greek keytype decoration and rope twist quarter columns, two doors with sixteen glass panes and shaped interior shelves. The base has ball and claw feet, scratch fluted quarter columns, and four graduated dovetailed drawers with replaced brasses. Refinished. 79.25”h. 42”w. 19.5”d. $1,000-1,250 659 THREE AMERICAN WROUGHT IRON UTENSILS. Early 19th century. Grisset pan, 17”l., trammel, 22.25”l., and a toaster with rope twist handle, 29”l. $100-300

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660 CURRIER & IVES PRINT THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH. Handcolored lithograph on paper. Large folio C# 6462. Toning. Framed with eglomise mat, 25.5”h. 31.25”w. $250-450

661 FAMILY REGISTER SAMPLER. Possibly American, silk on linen. Vining flowers, a sailing ship, and a person on horseback as well as figures along the bottom border. Lists the birthdates of John Cummings (1787) and his wife Ann (Williams), 1787, as well as their four children. The last date is 1818. Framed. $400-600 662 AMERICAN POSTER BED. Mid 19th century, curly maple and cherry. Turned posts, scrolled headboard. Refinished. 75”h. 57”w. 72”rails. $250-450 663 AMERICAN POSTER BED. Mid 19th century, curly maple and cherry. Turned posts and scrolled headboard. Refinished. 81”h. 57”w. 80” rails. $250-500


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664 OHIO PRINT OF “EDMUND DEXTER’S RESIDENCE”. Color lithograph on paper printed by Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co., Cincinnati. Streetview of Cincinnati landmark. Late frame, 26.5”h. 29.5”w. $100-300 665 AMERICAN WORLD MAP. Second half-19th century. Hand drawn and painted map of the Eastern and Western Hemispheres with an American eagle and calligraphic “The World by Swurd” (?). Framed, 26.5”h. 37.5”w. $1,500-3,000 666 PENNSYLVANIA TALL CASE CLOCK. Early 19th century, mahogany. Flat top bonnet. Old alligatored varnish surface. Brass works. Painted face has some inpainting. Labeled “Christian Eby, Manheim”. Eby worked in Manheim, Pennsylvania, from 1793 to 1803. Some wear. 75”h. $1,500-2,000 667 CONNECTICUT PILLAR AND SCROLL CLOCK. First half-19th century, mahogany veneer. Paper label for “M & E Blakeslee, Plymouth, Connecticut”. Brass urn finials on curly maple plinths. Face has original paint with basket of flowers. Reverse glass painting of Mt. Vernon on the door. Imperfections. 32.25”h. 17.25”w. $250-500

668 AMERICAN HOOKED RUG. First half-20th century. Flowering tree with birds and deer. 55” x 37”. $150-300 669 TWO AMERICAN WROUGHT IRON HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. First half-19th century. Double bladed food chopper with turned handles. Marked “PB 1833”. 13”h. 26”w. And a hatchel with mounting spikes, 11”h. 31”l. $200-350 670 AMERICAN CORNER CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, curly maple with pine secondary. One-piece cupboard with double blind doors below and double doors above with sixteen glass panes. Refinished with replaced hardware. 83”h. 52”w. 23”d. $600-1,200 671 TWO AMERICAN HITCHING POSTS. Late 19th century, cast iron. Horse head top, 11”h., and matching horse head on iron post. Old red paint. 39”h. overall. $100-300 672 AMERICAN WINDSOR SETTLE BENCH. Early 19th century. Bamboo turnings, plank seat. Low back and arms. Old green paint. 30”h. 72”w. $400-800

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673 AMERICAN FOLK ART FLAG. Made by Meta Schmitt, Omaha, Nebraska, ca.1936. Crocheted crepe paper American flag with forty-eight stars. 33”h. 54”w. Original silver painted wooden pole, 90”h. $400-600

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674 AMERICAN GAME WHEEL. Early 20th century. Original stenciled paint. Wear from use. 30”d. $100-300

675 AMERICAN HUTCH TABLE. Mid 19th century, maple. Scrolled arms and turned legs. Traces of red paint. Two-board round top with age split. 42”d. 27.5”h. $300-600

676 AMERICAN HORN TIN LANTERN. Early 19th century. Circular with horn panels. 13”h. $100-250 677 ELEVEN AMERICAN WROUGHT IRON UTENSILS. Nineteenth-20th century. Spatula and late fork both marked “Katharina Reier 1861”, 16”l. Together with a group of kitchen items and utensils including trammel, 16”l., small spatula, 6.5”l., hatchet, 8”l., two forks, spatula, hook, early skimmer, and pie crimper. $250-450 678 CONNECTICUT TALL CASE CLOCK BY WHITING. Early 19th century, pine. Original dark red paint with black floral stenciling. Flat top bonnet, case has cutout feet, chamfered corners and tombstone door. Original paint on face with gilt flower basket and “R. Whiting, Winchester”. Wooden works are incomplete. Some alligatoring to paint. 78.5”h. $500-1,000

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679 AMERICAN CONESTOGA WAGON JACK. Dated “1826”. Wrought iron gears and hardware. 22”h. $100-300


680 AMERICAN SHEET METAL FOX. Late 19th century. Cutout silhouette of a running fox on a post. Most likely a tavern or advertising sign. Old black paint. 13”h. 37”w. $100-250 681 TWO AMERICAN MIRRORS. Second quarter-19th century. Two-part mirrors with applied half turnings and reverse glass painted panels. Larger has original fruit basket panel and stenciled hearts on the frame with vine decorated liner. 30.5”h. 16”w. The smaller has original stenciled panel with old paint on frame. 22.5”h. 12”w. $250-500 682 AMERICAN FOLK ART CANE. Early 20th century. Carved snake on the shaft that has snake skin carving. Burned in spots on the snake and handle. Brass ferule appears to be a repair. 35”l. $100-350 683 AMERICAN FOLK ART CANE. Early 20th century. Relief carving with historic moments and locations in the life of Thomas Jefferson as well as an American eagle and flag, horseshoes, Masonic symbols, and snakes. 35”l. $300-600

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684 AMERICAN FOLK ART CANE. Early 20th century. Shaft has a hand holding a cane with carved leaf, banner and fish. Two-tone varnish. 36.5”l. $200-350 685 PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED CORNER CUPBOARD. Juniata County, mid 19th century, pine and poplar. Two-piece cupboard with original grain painting imitating curly maple. Single door above with twelve glass panes and arched top lights. Base has turned feet, two blind doors and dovetailed drawer (two faux drawer fronts). Painted interior on top. Minor wear. 86"h. 43"w. 22"d. Ex David Wheatcroft (Massachusetts). $8,000-12,000

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686 AMERICAN CORNER CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, curly maple with pine secondary. Two-piece cupboard with dentil molding below cornice. Double doors with twelve glass panes on top and paneled doors below. Dovetailed drawer. Imperfections. 83”h. 66”w. 34.25”d. $900-1,250 687 OHIO JACQUARD COVERLET. Corner block “Woven at Newark, Ohio 1840”. One-piece doubleweave in blue and natural with house border and rose medallions. 76” x 84”. $150-300

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688 AMERICAN LINSEY WOOLSEY. Late 18th-early 19th century. Midnight blue and natural. Hand stitched. Princess feather and vining flowers quilting. 77” x 89”. $400-600 689 AMERICAN JACQUARD COVERLET. Second quarter-19th century. Twopiece. Red, blue and natural with eagle and house border. 78” X 88”. $100-300 690 AMERICAN CORNER CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, pine. One-piece cupboard with square nail construction. One drawer with wide dovetail between two blind doors. Cleaned down to old red. Imperfections. 79”h. 47.5”w. 27”d. $300-500 686 90 | GARTH’S 58th Annual Thanksgiving Auction: November 23, 2018

691 AMERICAN COUNTRY STEPBACK CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, pine. One-piece cupboard. Open top with shelves, two paneled doors and nailed drawers. Square nail construction with tongue and groove back boards. Old grey paint. Wear. 80.5”h. 39.5”w. 16”d. $250-500 692 AMERICAN PIE SAFE. Mid 19th century, maple. Short pie safe with two doors and four punched star tins. Old refinishing with some wear. 42.5”h. 37”w. 16.5”d. $300-600 693 GIMBAL OIL LAMP. American or English, 19th century, iron. Round cage with concentric interior rings and font. 6”d. $100-250


694 AMERICAN LINSEY WOOLSEY. Late 18th-early 19th century. Midnight blue and mustard yellow. Hand stitched with princess feather and compass star quilting. Minor fading. 82” x 92”. $400-800

697 AMERICAN WROUGHT IRON FLOOR LIGHTING DEVICE. Nineteenth century. Post with tripod base and penny feet, adjustable two candle socket arm. 53”h. $100-300

695 AMERICAN BUCKET BENCH. Mid 19th century, pine. Square nail construction with open shelf below and plate grooves in the top. Stepped cutout sides. Original red paint is worn. Age splits, edge wear. 57.75”h. 41.75”w. 13”d. $400-800

698 AMERICAN HANGING CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, pine. Single door with three horizontal glass panes with chamfered edge mullions. Beadboard back. Old white painted interior, original red painted exterior. Some wear. 35”h. 26.5”w. 13”d. $250-450

696 NEW YORK STONEWARE CROCK. Mid 19th century. Semi ovoid with two handles. Impressed “W. Roberts, Binghampton, NY 2”. Brushed cobalt bird. 10”h. $100-300

699 AMERICAN COUNTRY BUILT-IN CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, pine. Canted back. Single door, interior shelves and applied molded frame. Old green paint. 37.5”h. 24.75”w. 12”d. $100-250

700 NEW YORK JACQUARD COVERLET. Eagle corner block “1850 Sena. Edwards, Darien, Genesee Co. NY”. Two-piece coverlet in blue and natural with flower pot borders. 72” x 90”. $150-300 701 AMERICAN DIMINUTIVE WARDROBE. First half-19th century, pine. Breakdown with molded cornice, turned feet and paneled door. Interior wooden peg boards. Old red paint. Edge wear and added shelf brackets. 73”h. 39”w. 20”d. $800-1,200

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702 AMERICAN CORNER CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, pine. One-piece cupboard with cove molded cornice and two blind doors. Cleaned down to old red with old blue on the base. Imperfections. 80.5”h. 45”w. 26”d. $400-800 703 AMERICAN APPLIQUE QUILT. Late 19th century. Floral medallions. Hand stitched. Finely quilted with flowers and compass stars. A few stains. 74” x 96”. $300-600

704 AMERICAN COUNTRY STEPBACK CUPBOARD. Mid 19th century, maple and pine. Square nail construction. One-piece cupboard with blind door on top and bottom. Original salmon/bittersweet paint. Minor wear. 66.25”h. 37”w. 20”d. $600-800 705 AMERICAN REDWARE PLATE. Mid 19th century. Yellow slip decoration. Firing separations. 12”d. $100-300 703

706 AMERICAN REDWARE PIE PLATE. Mid 19th century. Thick plate with yellow slip swirl designs resembling tulips. Coggled rim. Minor glaze flakes. 11.5”d. $300-600 707 PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. Mid 19th century, poplar. Six-board dovetailed case with bracket feet and interior till. Wrought iron strap hinges. Old blue vinegar sponge decoration with later tombstone panels with parrots, initials and “1793”. Imperfections. 24”h. 50.5”w. 22”d. $300-600 708 MASSACHUSETTS BANJO CLOCK. Ca.1850. Large cased “Howard & David, Boston” banjo clock with faux rosewood grained case and eglomise glass panels. 49.5”h. $600-1,200 702 92 | GARTH’S 58th Annual Thanksgiving Auction: November 23, 2018

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709 AMERICAN CLASSICAL SIDEBOARD. Second quarter-19th century, cherry and curly maple. Gallery crest, shaped front and four dovetailed drawers with applied beading and replaced opalescent pulls. Two center doors. Refinished. 47”h. 55.5”w. 22”d. $800-1,200


710 VIRGINIA PIE SAFE. Wythe County, mid 19th century, walnut with pine and poplar secondary. Pinned and square nail construction. Old red paint with old white inside. Two dovetailed drawers and two doors with full-length punched tins of potted tulips. 48.74”h. 53”w. 17.5”d. $1,500-2,500 711 TWO HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATES. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Steamboat “Chief Justice Marshall, Troy”, 8.25”d., and “Commodore MacDonough’s Victory”, 9.25”d. Both with shell borders, impressed “Enoch Wood & Sons”. Stains and wear. $100-300

712 AMERICAN DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. Mid 19th century, pine. Six-board dovetailed case with original vinegar sponging on mustard ground. Turned feet and interior till. Edge wear. 27.5”h. 45.25”w. 21.5”d. $800-1,200 713 FIVE AMERICAN DECORATED WINDSOR SIDE CHAIRS. First half-19th century. Bamboo turnings, thumb back posts. Original yellow paint with graining and stenciled fruit on back. 17”h. seat, 35”h. overall. $300-600 710

714 KITTINGER WINGBACK CHAIR. Second half-20th century. “Williamsburg Collection” Chippendale style with stop fluted front legs in green upholstery. 46”h. $200-350 715 AMERICAN COUNTRY CHIPPENDALE CHEST. Possibly New Hampshire, late 18th century, pine and poplar. Square nails. Six dovetailed, graduated drawers with replaced pulls. Bracket feet. Original red-grain paint with alligatored varnish. Some wear. 51.5”h. 38.5”w. 21”d $800-1,600

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