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EARLY AMERICAN ANTIQUES & DECORATIVE ARTS featuring

T he Se vent h An n ual Ohi o Vall ey Au ct io n FRIDAY, MAY 17, 2013 GENERAL AMERICANA LOTS 1 - 413

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1 DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. American, 1st half-19th century, pine. Dovetailed case, turned feet, and original orange over yellow paint decoration consisting of hearts and crescents, with black trim. 26”h. 78”w. 19.5”d. $400-$800

2 CHIPPENDALE BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS. American, 1760-1780, mahogany and pine. five graduated drawers on ogee bracket feet. Brass side handles. 38”h. 43”w. 22.5”d. ex Bill samaha (Ohio/massachusetts) $1,000-$2,000

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3 REDWARE JUG. Probably Galena, Illinois, 2nd half-19th century. Good green glaze with orange daubs. Applied handle. 7”h. $150-$350

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THREE BUTTER PRINTS. American, mid 19th century. star flower carved out of burl with one piece handle, 4”d. and pineapple with scrubbed surface, 5”d. Together with a tulip with inset handle, 5.5”d. some imperfections. $250-$500

TWO RABBITWARE PLATES. england, late 19th-early 20th century. Bull’s eye border with rabbits and frogs and single Rose border with rabbit center. 9.5”d. $150-$300

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TWO BASKETS. Possibly shaker, late 19th century, woven splint. shallow with cat’s-head type form. One has green splint and two handles. minor loss. 3”h. 10” x 10” and 4.5”h. 10.5” x 10.5”. $100-$300

7 TWO RABBITWARE PLATES. england, late 19th-early 20th century. Bull’s eye border with rabbits and single Rose border with rabbit center. 9.5”d. $150-$350

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DECORATED CHEST OF DRAWERS. American, early 19th century, pine. four graduated drawers and a shaped skirt. Good later decoration by Tom King. 37.5”h. 37”w. 19”d. ex Gene King. $200-$400

THREE SAMPLERS. Two possibly American, silk on linen. “Hannah” dated 1788 with flowers, hearts and lions. In a frame 16” 15”. and one signed “mary R[eine]hart, 1839, 18 year of her age”, alphabets and moral verse. In a frame, 14”h. 18.5”w. Together with european sampler signed upside down “maria Gatana” with a horse, deer and goat. In a frame, 13”h. 14.5”w. $100-$300

DECORATED GAMEBOARD. American, 20th century, wood. Dark red and black-yellow squares with one gallery end in black and one in dark red, paint worn on raised edges and on black gallery 18.5” x 28.25”. $400-$600

9 PAINTED MANTEL INSERT. from eastport, maine, mid 19th century, pine. naive scene of a lake surrounded by hills and pine trees. 12.5”h. 27.5”w. $200-$400

12 DECORATED GAMEBOARD. American, 20th century, wood. Black and white squares with red end galleries and framing edges. wear. 15.5” x 24.5”. $200-$300

13 SET OF SIX DECORATED CHAIRS. American, 2nd quarter-19th century, mixed woods. Balloon backs and retaining their original, vibrant green paint with stenciled fruit. 16.5”h. seat, 32.5”h. overall. ex sam Yeagley. $800-$1,200 13 |5

14 APPLIQUE QUILT. American, mid 19th century, cotton. Red and green floral pots fill the center, triple vine floral border. Handsewn with minute appliqué stitches and neatly hand quilted in wreaths and quadruple rows of stitching. muslin backing. 85” x 86”. $400-$800

15 THREE SMALL WOOD FOOT STOOLS. American, 2nd half-19th century. Two with cut out legs and old grain paint. Brown, 6”h. 12”l. and red, 4”h. 9.5”l. Together with curly maple with turned feet. 6”h. 10”l. $100-$300

16 BERRY BUCKET. shaker, 2nd half-19th century. stave construction and bale handle with diamond escutcheons. Original blue. 3.25”h. $300-$600

17 BERRY BUCKET. shaker, 2nd half-19th century. stave construction and bale handle with diamond escutcheons. Old varnish over original red. 3.5”h. $150-$350

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18 WHITEWORK QUILT. American, mid 19th century, cotton. wide heavily stuffed and densely quilted feather and floral borders surround quatrefoil pattern center. The closely aligned rows of stitches appear almost like stippling. Handsewn and precisely stuffed and quilted. The fringe maybe a later addition. 97” x 98”. $300-$500

19 GROUP OF TOOLS. American, 19th century. Includes steel calipers, files, wooden clamps, slide rules and a door latch. $150-$350

20 THREE BASKETS. American, early 20th century, woven splint. Two gathering, one large, 14”h. 27”d. and 16.5”h., and round with bentwood handle. $150-$350

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21 THREE BASKETS. American, early 20th century, woven splint. Two buttocks and one with colored splint, all with bentwood handles. 5”, 10”, 11”h. $100-$300

22 DECORATED GAMEBOARD. American, late 19th-early 20th century. single board with original painted checkerboard. Applied molded edge. minor wear. 17.5” x 17.5”. $300-$500

23 DECORATED GAMEBOARD. American, late 19th century. single board with original painted checkerboard. slight warp. 17.5” x 17.5”. $400-$700 22

24 DIMINUTIVE HANGING CUPBOARD. American, 19th century, pine. square nail construction, plank door, and old brownish-red wash. 22.5”h. 12”w. 9”d. $150-$250

25 THREE LIDDED BERRY BUCKETS. American, 2nd half-19th century. wood stave construction with metal bands, bale handles and turned lids. Original blue paint, 4”h., old blue paint, 4”h. and refinished, 4”h. $250-$450

26 DECORATED DRESSING TABLE. American, 1st half-19th century, pine. shaped top, one drawer, tapered legs, and its original red wash with black sponged decoration. 29”h. 33.5”w. 16.5”d. $350-$700

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30 TWO STANDS. American federal candlestand, early 19th century, maple, square top, snake feet, 27.5”h. 11.75” square. Together with an english cricket table, 19th century, mixed woods, with a round top and three legs, 26”h. 17”d. $200-$400

31 TWO FEDERAL CANDLESTANDS. American, early 19th century. Includes a maple stand, 27.5”h. 16”w. 15”d., and a cherry stand with an old finish, 29”h. 19.5”w. 17”d. $200-$400

27 DECORATED HANGING CUPBOARD. American, 19th century, pine. Dovetailed case, plank doors, original red and black paint decoration and original Rockingham pulls. 29”h. 29”w. 12.5”d. $400-$800

28 THREE BASKETS. American, early 20th century. Rough splint, 17”h., wood puzzle basket, 13”h., and splint with bentwood handle, 13”h. $100-$250

29 THREE BASKETS. American, early 20th century, woven splint. Container, 15.5”h., double handle, 10.5”h., and bentwood handle, 17”h. $100-$200

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32 GEORGETOWN SAMPLER. American, early 19th century, silk on linen. Rows of alphabets separated by lines of decorative stitching over a pictorial panel of a landscape with buildings. signed “sarah Ann lipscomb Geo Town febru[ary] ....10]”. In a frame, 19”h. 14”w. Although many states have towns named Georgetown, few but the southern ones have families named lipscomb in the early 19th century. And there is the possibility this sampler is related to The Young ladies’ Academy in the District of Columbia. $600-$1,200

33 PRINT BY N. CURRIER. American, mid 19th century, hand colored lithograph. Perry’s Victory on Lake Erie C# 4754 (one of the Old Best 50). Pale blue coloring. In a frame, 14”h. 17”w. $250-$450

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34 CLASSICAL WORK STAND. American, 1820-1850, mahogany and poplar. figured veneer on the top and two drawers, elaborately carved legs ending in brass casters. Original finish and brasses. 31”h. 24”w. 18”d. ex Hank westfall. $250-$500 33

35 MULE CHEST. American, 1st half-19th century, poplar and pine. well over three drawers, with original brasses and snipe hinges, and old brown paint. 45.5”h. 39”w. 18.5”d. $400-$700

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TWO SAMPLERS. european sampler, early 19th century, silk on linen. Diminutive sampler bound in red silk ribbon with hanging loop. Rows of alphabets fill the upper portion, the lower is crowded with crowns. 7.75”h. 6”w., in a frame, 12”h. 10”w. and an American marking sampler, early 19th century, silk on linen signed “sarah marshall”. In a frame, 14”h. 10”w. $100-$300

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37 THREE SILHOUETTES. Probably American, 1st half-19th century. Cut out of boy identified as “John Wesley Dyer, aged 7 years”. In a rosewood veneer frame, 5.25”h. 4”w. And two hollow cut portraits of men. One has a Peale Museum label. In round frames, 5”d. Some stains and toning. $200-$400

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BOOKPLATE. American, late 18th century, ink and watercolor on paper. German verse in the form of a rhyme with the name and date “Maria Hillegasin, 1792”. Damage. In a frame, 10”h. 8.25”w. $150-$350

NEW YORK SAMPLER. Broome County, mid 1830s, silk on linen. Rows of alphabets and numerals over flower baskets, stylized trees, pairs of birds, minute dogs and a moral verse. Rectangular cartouche contains the maker’s name “Emily Decker”. Bright colors. 16.5”h. 17.5”w., in a gilt frame, 19”h. 19.5”w.

39 BOOKPLATE. American, early 19th century, watercolor and ink on laid paper. Painted border and calligraphy with the name and date “Anna _ eissinger, 1803”. Some stains. In a grain decorated frame, 9”h. 6.75”w. $200-$400

40 THREE GAUDY PITCHERS AND FOUR PLATES. England, 2nd quarter 19th century. Hand decorated Staffordshire pottery with floral patterns, mostly blue, red and green. Pair of pitchers, 6”h., wash pitcher, 10”h., and four plates, 7.5” to 9.5”d. Some flakes. $200-$400

According to family history, Emily was born in Broome County and married a Cafferty. Additional research confirms that a Emily Decker , born August 26, 1822, the only child of Captain Elijah Decker and his wife, Clarissa of Union Center, Broome County. She married George Cafferty also of Broome County and died in 1861, shortly after the birth of her seventh child. Additional information provided. $500-$900

41 WALL CUPBOARD. American, 19th century, cherry. One-piece with canted and reeded corners and four paneled doors. Imperfections. 80”h. 44”w. 16”d. $300-$600 41 42 |9

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DECORATED GAMEBOARD. American, 20th century, wood. Grey and black squares on black ground, splits 19.75” x 26.5”. $150-$350

DECORATED DRESSING TABLE. new england, 1820-1850, pine. Two drawers and a shaped backsplash, with its original paint, including fruit against a yellow ground. 37”h. 36”w. 17.5”d. $400-$800

44 DECORATED GAMEBOARD. American, 20th century, wood. Dark red and black squares with one gallery end in black and the other in dark red, paint worn on top of framing sides 17” x 26.75”. $250-$500

46 SET OF SIX DECORATED CHAIRS. American, 2nd quarter-19th century, mixed woods. solid splats and retaining their original faux mahogany graining with cream and green accents. 17.5”h. seat, 34”h. overall. ex sam Yeagley. $600-$800

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SIX STAMPS AND BUTTER PRINTS. American, mid 19th century. Includes leaves, sheaf of wheat, flowers, pineapple and plain. 1.5”d. to 5.5”l. $75-$125

SIX STAMPS AND BUTTER PRINTS. American, mid 19th century. Includes flowers, bell, acorn and pineapple. 1” to 4”d. $75-$150

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BURL BOWL. American, 19th century. Good figure and patina. scorch mark. 4.25”h. 12.5”d. $800-$1,200

TWO PANTRY BOXES. American, 2nd half-19th century. Round bentwood boxes lapped seams. Original grey paint, 5”h. 10”d. and old green, 3.5”h. 8.5”d. $275-$325

WILLIAM AND MARY-STYLE TAVERN TABLE. Jim Johnston, Ohio, 20th century, maple. Oval top over splayed and turned legs. 27.5”h. 36”w. 26”d. $200-$400

DECORATED DOME TOP BOX. new england, 2nd quarter-19th century, pine and basswood. Dovetailed box with original black and red paint and original hardware. 12”h. 24”w. 13”d. $150-$350

50 PEWTER CHARGER. Touch for Thomas Danforth II (middletown, Connecticut, 1755-1792). 13”d. $400-$600

51 BURL BOWL. American, 19th century. Turned with good figure. 3.25”h. 10.25”d. $600-$800

52 RABBITWARE PLATTER. england, late 19th-early 20th century. Adams Rose center with rabbit and frog border. 10” x 14.5”. $300-$500

53 RABBITWARE CHARGER. england, late 19th-early 20th century. Adams Rose center with rabbit and frog border. 13”d. $300-$400

55 HOOKED RUG. American, 1st half 20th century, wool on burlap. little red cottage flanked by evergreens with striped border. Attributed to new Hampshire. mounted on a stretcher. 22”h. 60”w. $150-$300

56 SEVENTEEN PIECES OF STONE FRUIT. American or european, early 20th century. life size with painted natural colors. fruits include oranges, peaches, apples, pears, grapes, banana, figs, walnut and cherries. $400-$700

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57 TREENWARE BOWL. American, mid 19th century. layers of green paint on the exterior. Drilled hole for hanging. Age splits. 4”h. 16”d. $100-$300 | 11

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FEDERAL CANDLESTAND. American, early 19th century, mahogany. square top with cut corners, birdcage tilting mechanism, and snake feet. Replaced latch. 26.5”h. 18”w. 19.5”d. $800-$1,200

SET OF SIX QUEEN ANNE CHAIRS. Probably england, mid 18th century, mahogany. solid splats, balloon seats, carved knees, and ball and claw feet. Imperfections. 17”h. seat, 38”h. overall. $3,000-$5,000

62 QUEEN ANNE TILT-TOP CANDLESTAND. American, 18th century, mahogany. Round top, turned shaft, and cabriole legs ending in pad feet. 29”h. 23”d. $800-$1,200

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SHERATON TALL CHEST. Pennsylvania, 1810-1830, cherry and poplar. Three over five drawers flanked by half columns, on turned feet. Refinished and replaced brasses. 64.5”h. 46”w. 22.5”d. $1,500-$2,500

CHIPPENDALE TILT-TOP CANDLESTAND. American, late 18th century, mahogany and ash. Dishtop over a baluster shaft and cabriole legs. One leg repaired. 28.75”h. 22”d. $250-$500

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PORTRAIT OF CATS (AMERICAN SCHOOL, LATE 19THEARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. naive image of three kittens. 12”h. 20”w., in a frame, 19.5”h. 27.75”w. $100-$300

LANDSCAPE BY C.S. COBB (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND HALF-19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. mountain valley with cattle. Restoration. 20”h. 30”w., in a late gilt frame, 26”h. 36”w. $600-$900

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SANDWICH GLASS OPENWORK FRUIT BASKET. massachusetts, ca.1840-1860. Clear with sixteen staves on a rayed base and hexagonal base. straw marks and some edge flakes. 8.5”h. 8”d.

FIVE PEWTER PLATES. Touches for Blakslee Barns (Philadelphia, 1812-1817). Jacobs #15. 8”d. $300-$600

PEWTER FOOTED BASIN. Touch for lorenzo williams (Philadelphia, 1838-1842). Baptismal bowl. 4.5”h. 6.75”d. $600-$900

see page 145 in The Glass Industry in Sandwich, Vol. 1 by Barlow and Kaiser for similar examples. $2,000-$4,000

68 PAIR OF SANDWICH GLASS VASES. massachusetts, ca.1840-1860. Clear with multiple swirled rib vases attached to hexagonal bases. minor roughness on feet. 10.5”h. see page 55 in The Glass Industry in Sandwich, Vol. 3 by Barlow and Kaiser for a similar example. $750-$1,250

71 FIVE PIECES OF PEWTER. American and english, 19th century. Double handled porringer with touch mark, 8”l., and three beakers, one marked “AG”. Together with a footed salt. $200-$300

73 CARVED WOODEN BOWL. American, 19th-20th century. figured wood carved in the form of a turtle shell with a head-shaped handle. 12”l. $100-$300 69

69 MANTEL CLOCK. American, 1st half-19th century, mahogany veneer. Paper label for Riley whiting, winchester, Connecticut. Painted face, stenciled designs on the crest and applied half turnings. Hand painted reverse glass print Jealousy on the door. minimal wear. 30”h. 18”w. $300-$600 70 - 73

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SAMPLER. British Isles, 1830, silk, wool, glass beads on wool. Garlands of colorful flowers with beaded bows surround precisely stitched moral verses, all bordered with twisted floral vine. signed “Anne Commerford / finished mar 23rd 1830 / Aged 8 years”. In a frame, 20.5”h. 16”w. $300-$600

COURTING MIRROR. european, late 18th century. wooden frame with reverse painted panels and a crest featuring a red headed parrot. wear. 16.5”h. 11”w. $400-$600

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CHIPPENDALE-STYLE SETTEE. Hickory furniture Company, north Carolina, 20th century, mahogany. molded legs and cream upholstery. 15”h. seat, 35”h. overall, 57”l. $200-$400

PRATTWARE FIGURE OF SUMMER. england, 1st quarter-19th century. Classically dressed woman with cornucopia of flowers. 9”h. $250-$450

PRATTWARE FIGURE AND BIRD. england, 1st quarter-19th century. woman holding basket, imperfections. 5.25”h. and crested bird, 3.25”h. $150-$350

RETICULATED BONE BASKET. American, 19th century. finely detailed with bentwood handle. Base made from cigar box is later addition. 5.25”h. including handle, 6”l. ex Bill samaha (massachusetts/Ohio). $400-$600

79 THREE TUMBLERS. Pittsburgh, 2nd quarter-19th century. Arched panels. Two amethyst, one purple. 2.75”, 3”, 4”h. $200-$300

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81 NINE PIECES OF SOFTPASTE. england, 1st half-19th century. leedsware plate, 8”d., cup, cup and saucer and miniature teapot. Together with transfer plate, two cup plates, strainer and miniature gaudy mug. some imperfections. $150-$350

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82 IMPORTANT PRESIDENT ZACHARY TAYLOR POLITICAL TEXTILE. Printed glazed cotton, ca. 1848. Depicts General Taylor, mounted sideways and pointing to his troops, rallying around the us flag. In shades of brown with blue accents. Handsewn hems top and bottom. Carefully sewn to removable backing. minor imperfections. 22..25”h. 24.5” selvage to selvage,

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83 SAMPLER. American or english, 1841, silk on cotton. Colorful stitches form the traditional letters, numbers and moral verse and fill the lower portion with floral baskets and footed urns. The symmetrical pairs include spotted dogs, spread wing birds and geometrical motifs. signed “elizabeth walker Aged 7 Dec 1841”. sewn to linen band or backing. 13.75”h. 11.5”w., in a frame, 18”h. 16.25”w. $275-$550

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TWO IMAGES OF FLOWERS. American, 2nd half-19th century, watercolor on paper. foxglove, in a grained frame, 13”h. 11”w. And larkspur, in a carved frame, 13.75”h. 11.25”w. some foxing. $200-$400

85 MINIATURE SIX-TUBE CANDLE MOLD. American, 19th century, tin. 5.5”h. $100-$200

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THREE SILHOUETTES OF YOUNG MEN. American or english, 1st half-19th century. Hollow cut. In frames, two 4.5”h. 3.5”w. One with block printed coat identified as John Daniels, new Hampshire, 1807-1852. In a gilt frame with eglomise mat, 5.5”h. 4.5”w. Imperfections. $200-$400

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87 TWO SILHOUETTES. American or english, 1st half-19th century. Cutout of a woman with a haircomb and gilt details and a hollow cut of a man. Both in composition frames with brass hangers. 6.5”h. 5.5”w., 7.5”h. 6.5”w. $200-$300

88 TOLE DOCUMENT BOX. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Original japanning and colorful yellow, red and green design. Tin hasp and brass bale handle. some wear, mostly on lid. 4.75”h. 8.25”w. $300-$600

89 FOLKSY HANGING SHELF. American, 19th century, softwood. voluptuously scrolled sides and old brown paint. 29”h. 28.25”w. 10”d. ex Tom Brown (Pennsylvania). $250-$500 | 15

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SET OF THREE CURRIER & IVES PRINTS. American, 3rd quarter-19th century, hand colored lithographs. Small folio set Life of a Sportsman - Camping in the Woods, Coming into Camp, Going Out. C#s 3523, 3524, 3525. Good colors. Some staining. In matching frames, 12.5”h. 16.25”w. $600-$900

TWO SILHOUETTES OF MEN. American, 1st half 19th century. Hollow cut. One with inked clothes, loss and stains, the other marked for William King (New England, active 1804-1806). In frames, 7”h. 6.5”w., 5”h. 4”w. $200-$400

95 91 TWO PIECES OF CANARYWARE. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Cup and saucer with black transfer of woman playing piano (rim retouched) and tumbler. $450-$650

SILHOUETTE. Probably American, 1st half-19th century. Hollow cut of a young man. Tear. In a Dutch frame with gilt liner. 10”h. 9”w. $150-$350

96 92 TWO PIECES OF CANARY WARE. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Miniature mug with silver resist and a vase with hand decorated transfer of German couple, 4”h. $500-$600

93 THREE BRASS CANDLESTICKS. European, 18th century. Capstan, 5”h. and capstan type, 5.5”h. Both with ejector holes in sockets. Together with taper stick, 2.5”. $400-$600

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APOTHECARY CHEST. American, 19th century, pine. Sixteen dovetailed drawers on a shaped bracket base. Refinished. 17"h. 26"w. 10.25"d. Ex Tom and Carolyn Porter (Ohio). $250-$500

INLAID HEPPLEWHITE CHEST OF DRAWERS. Probably Pennsylvania, early 19th century, curly walnut and poplar. Four graduated drawers with string inlay, flanked by corners with barber pole inlay, all resting on a star-inlaid and shaped skirt and French feet. Imperfections. 42”h. 36”w. 18.5”d. $900-$1,200

97 PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN (AMERICAN SCHOOL, CA. 1845). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Well-done image of a young woman in a plaid dress and wearing a scenic brooch, possibly representative of a micro-mosaic. Rebacked on canvas. 30”h. 25”w., in a late frame, 34.5”h. 29.5”w. $900-$1,200

98 PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN BY JACOB EICHHOLTZ (PENNSYLVANIA, 1776-1842). Oil on wood panel, unsigned. 9”h. 6.5”w., in a frame, 10”h. 8”w. $2,000-$3,000

99 MINIATURE ON IVORY OF A MAN BY PHILIP OSKAR JENKINS (AMERICAN, MID 19TH CENTURY). Well done image of a gentleman. Signed on the backing paper “Painted by P.O. Jenkins”. In a daguerreotype case. 3.5”h. 3”w. $300-$600

100 PAIR OF BRASS CANDLESTICKS. European, 18th century. Petal bases and seamed construction, 7”h. $400-$600

101 FOUR PIECES OF CANARYWARE. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Three cups with saucers and a covered sugar with red transfer designs of a couple having tea on a patio. Two saucers are impressed “Sewell”. The sugar has molded lion heads. 5”h. Some wear and crow’s feet. $650-$850

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BANDBOX. American, 1st half-19th century. Cardboard with printed wallpaper featuring a couple in a horse drawn carriage. Some wear. 5”h. 11”w. $250-$450

CARVED FEDERAL SIDE CHAIR. Massachusetts, 1815-1825, mahogany. Reeded legs and a bow-carved crest. 17”h. seat, 30”h. overall. $250-$500

105 103 BANDBOX. American, late 18th-early 19th century. Cardboard covered with floral blue wallpaper. Interior lined with newspaper including the Porcupines Gazette dated 1797. Wear and small holes for handles. 12.5”h. 17.5”w. $300-$600

FEDERAL PEMBROKE TABLE. American, early 19th century, mahogany and poplar. Shaped leaves, one drawer, and reeded legs. Old finish and original brass. 29”h. 21.5”w. (closed) 42”w. (open) 35.5”d. $300-$600

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106 FINE EARLY QUILT. American, 1843, printed cotton. Pieced in a pattern of nine-patch diamonds, rows separated by single print bars. Handsewn and hand quilted in triple rows of stitching and three petal flowers. “m. G 4 / . 1.8.4.3.” in cross-stitch on reverse. muslin backing. Impressive variety of early dress prints. Appears unwashed. 100” x 103”. found in Illinois and according to later sewn tag attributed to “mary Guyton wife of J.f. Beatty “ with the history of descent. $500-$1,000

107 APPLIQUE QUILT. Possibly midwestern, mid 19th century, solid colored cottons. nine floral and oak leaf appliqué blocks surrounded by double inner borders in a pieced zigzag pattern, quilted wide outer border and narrow green binding. muslin backing. Precisely appliquéd and handsewn, and closely hand quilted in double rows and feathered vines. 81” x 84”. $400-$800

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THREE PIECES OF EARLY PRINTED FABRICS. American or english. Chintz bedcovering, 1815-1840, rolled printed cotton. Polychrome striped floral retaining glazed surface. Three neatly period sewn 24” wide panels and a 4” strip on one side. Head and foot unfinished. 77” x 93”, And 2nd quarter-19th century, large scale floral print cotton, possibly a bed covering, with applied fringe on all sides, three sewn panels, 68” x 83.5”. Together with 19th-century copperplate print on cotton of rural scenes. 20” x 38.5”. $225-$450

109 PAIR OF PEG LAMPS AND OIL LAMP. American, mid 19th century. Amethyst loop pattern lamp. Drilled collar. 10.75”h. And a pair of milk glass peg lamps with gilt foliate designs and burning fluid burners. Gilt has wear. 6.25”h. overall. $150-$350

110 TWO PIECES OF LIGHTING. American. nineteenth century glass moravian star lamp, 13.5”h., and a contemporary brass wall sconce from Bokenkamp forge, 12.5”h. $200-$400

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CARD TABLE. Attributed to the virgin Islands, early 19th century, mahogany. Demilune table with a flip top, carved, tapered and molded legs ending in spade feet. Imperfections. 29”h. 42”w. 19.5”d. closed. $400-$800

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CATTLE PAINTING BY WILLIAM HENRY HOWE (NEW YORK/CONNECTICUT,18461929). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. Cattle in a field. Small repairs. 14.5”h. 21”w., in a gilt frame, 19.5”h. 26”w. $2,000-$3,000

FOUR FRAMED PRINTS. Three English, 18th century, handcolored engravings on paper of birds. Song bird published by Nodder, 14.25”h. 12.5”w., Grey Linnet published by Lewin, 12.5”h. 11”w., and Blue Jay and Carolina Red Bird by George Edwards. 14.5”h. 12”w. Together with a Common Mouse after Audubon, lithographed by Bowen. 11.5”h. 13.5”w. $200-$400

SET OF FOUR DECORATED CHAIRS. American, mid 19th century, mixed woods. Hitchcock-type chairs with original black and gold paint, and rush seats. 17”h. seat, 34”h. overall. $200-$400

113 DECORATED DOME-TOP BOX. New England, 1st half-19th century, pine. Dovetailed box with original brown over yellow paint. 13”h. 27.75”w. 14.75”d. Sold at Leland Little Auctions (North Carolina), June 2008, lot 224. $300-$600

114 WORK TABLE. American, early 19th century, mixed woods. One-board top with a singled drawer, tapered legs, and old red paint. 27.5”h. 38”w. 27.75”d. $400-$800

114A THREE CARVED CANES. American, late 19th-early 20th century. Twined snakes with hand painted incised foliage, 36"l., carved hand handle with "Mary Houston, Charles Dowerman, 1881", 36"l. and carved briars and snake with hand and ball handle, 31.5"l. $150-$350

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116 FRAMED CUTOUT AND NEEDLEWORK. American, 19th century. Cutout of flowering bushes and cherubs in gold paper, 12.5”h. 10.5”w., and a needle punch panel of a tulip. In a decorated frame. 8.5”h. 7.5”w. $150-$350

117 CUTTING BOARD, COOKIE CUTTERS AND WALLPOCKET. American, 19th century, mixed woods. Double wallpocket with a dog head, 8”h., and a cutting board with incised crest, 14.5”h. Together with a board with nineteen applied tin cookie cutters, 25”h. $200-$400

119 ARCHITECTURAL MIRROR. American, 1st half-19th century. Gilt double columns and cornice with drops. Reverse glass tablet with gilt bird and grapes and worn reverse glass panels between the columns. Imperfections. 44.5”h. 26”w. $250-$500

120 QUEEN ANNE TAVERN TABLE. New England, 18th century, maple. Rectangular top over turned legs ending in pad feet. Old red wash. 26.5”h. 37”w. 24”d. $200-$400

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GAMEBOARD. American, late 19th century. single board with raised checkerboard squares and layers of worn grey and red paint. 15” x 15”. $250-$450

TWO SETS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S WORKS. Includes the Centennial edition of The Writings of Abraham Lincoln, new York: Collier and son, 1905, 8 volumes bound in half leather and marbled boards; together with Life and Works of Abraham Lincoln, new York: Current literature Publishing Company, 1907, 10 volumes bound in quarter leather. $200-$400

122 DECORATED GAMEBOARD. American, late 19th-early 20th century. single board with original painted checkerboard and partial game on other side. Applied molding. 16.5” x 16.5”. $250-$500

123 GROUP OF BOOKS ON THE HISTORY AND WILDLIFE OF THE AMERICAN SOUTHEAST COAST AND CARRIBEAN. Includes eggers, The Flora of St. Croix and the Virgin Islands, washington: GPO, 1879 and a folding map, Hornbeck, St. Thomas Dansk Americanks, Copenhagen, 1846, as well as eleven other volumes. $100-$200

127 FOUR BLOWN GLASS CONTAINERS. American, mid 19th century. Two pair of display containers with folded feet and polished pontils. filled with seeds. 7”, 8”h. $200-$400

128 DECORATED CUPBOARD. American, mid 2nd half-19th century, poplar. small built-in corner cupboard with original grain paint. single shelf. some wear. 29”h. 20”w. 15”d. $150-$350

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PICTURESQUE AMERICA AND PICTURESQUE EUROPE. new York: Appleton and Company, 1872 and 1875, respectively. In two and three volumes, bound similarly in half leather over gilt-stamped cloth. $250-$500

FEDERAL MIRROR. American, 1st half-19th century. Convex mirror with gilt frame, two scroll candle arms, acanthus leaves and a dragon crest. Imperfections. 35”h. ex Pick Richardson (Ohio). $200-$300

125 GOOD GROUP OF LEATHERBOUND BOOKS. Includes, Horne (ed.), Great Men and Famous Women, new York: selmar Hess, 1894, 7 vols., bound in half leather; Brewer, Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction, and the Drama, new York: selmar Hess, 1892, 4 vols., bound in half leather; and Duyckinck et al, Treasury of Universal History..., new York: Henry J. Johnson, 1881, 4 vols., bound in half leather. $250-$500 20 | GARTH’S May 17-18: Americana www.garths.com

130 FOUR LANTERNS. American, 2nd half-19th-20th century, tin and wood. Barn lantern, 12”h., two tin lanterns with glass, 13”, 16”h. and a punched hanging light in the form of a star, 17”h. $200-$400

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THREE BUTTOCKS BASKETS. American, early 20th century, woven splint. Bentwood handles. 11”, 9”, 8”h. $100-$300

THREE BASKETS. American, early 20th century, woven splint. Bentwood handles. Two buttocks, 12.5”, 13”h. and a small gathering. 8”h. $100-$200

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DECORATED GAMEBOARD. American, late 19th century. Large single board with Parcheesi in original paint. Some wear, 21.5” x 24”. $700-$900

FOUR BASKETS. American, early 20th century, woven splint. Bentwood handles. Two gathering baskets, 14”h. 16”l. and 11”h. 9”d., buttocks, 5.5”h. and one with a swing handle. 5.5”h. without handle. $100-$250

133 DECORATED GAMEBOARD. American, late 19th century, pine. Single board with incised Parcheesi and original paint. Wear with some edge loss. 15” x 16”. $600-$800

138 QUEEN ANNE-STYLE FOOTSTOOL. Tom King, Delaware, Ohio, 20th century, mahogany. Square, with a shaped skirt and cabriole legs ending in pad feet. 17”h. 19” square. $100-$200

134 BED. American, 19th century, maple. Short posts with acorn finials, scroll-cut headboard, and old red paint. 47”h., rails are 47.5”l. and 75”l. Ex Clark Garrett (Ohio). $150-$250

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CLASSICAL CARD TABLE. American, 2nd quarter-19th century, mahogany. Flip top over a carved shaft and paw feet. Original finish. 29”h. 36”w. 17”d. (closed) 34”d. (open). $300-$600

THREE BASKETS. American, early 20th century, woven splint. Bentwood handles. Melon rib, 10”h., gathering with two handles, 11”h. and a basket with a carved wooden lid, 10.5”h. $100-$300

FIVE SMALL BASKETS. American, 20th century, woven splint. Two half-buttocks, 9”, 10”h., two gathering 7”, 8”h. and a small two handled basket, 5”h. $100-$200

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DECORATED GAMEBOARD. American, 20th century, wood. Dark brownish red and mustard squares with end galleries. wear and age split. 15.75” x 22.75”. $300-$500

RABBITWARE MUG. england, late 19th-early 20th century. Adams Rose with rabbits and frog. 5.5”h. $300-$400

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SPATTERWARE HANDLELESS CUP AND SAUCER. england, 2nd quarter-19th century. Yellow with red and green thistle. light staining. $400-$700

EARLY MASSACHUSETTS SAMPLER. Oxford, worcester County, 1788, silk on linen. marking sampler with rows of letters separated by lines of stitches. signed “Polly Hamlin Oxford Her sampler 1788”. In a frame, 11”h. 16.5”w. $200-$400

143 SMALL BURL BOWL. American, 19th century. Turned with dark patina. 2”h. 6.5”d. $400-$800

144 BURL BOWL American, 19th century. Turned with flared rim, good figure and old refinishing. Age splits. 3.25”h. 8.75”d. $400-$600

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TWO RABBITWARE PLATES. england, late 19th-early 20th century. Bull’s eye center with rabbits and frogs, light staining, and single Rose border with rabbit center. 9.5”d. $150-$250

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148 SAMPLER. Probably new Jersey, 1813, silk on linen. Rows of alphabets divided by decorative stitching, marked by eleven year old margaret Johnes over a mirrored image scene of floral urns, flying birds, fruit baskets and blue- eyed dogs with pom-pom tails. Bright colors. In an ogee frame, 19”h. 15”w. Of the few margaret Johnes located, the daughter born in August,1802 to stephen Johnes and martha Titus of middlesex County, new Jersey appears the most likely maker. she married John Allen (born 1797, new Jersey) and returned with him and their three children to montgomery County, Ohio where he had been living before their marriage. $400-$800

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SEWING BASKET AND THREE BOTTLES. shaker, late 19th-early 20th century. woven splint basket lined with red cloth. some loss. 3”h. 10”d. And three glass bottles, one with a note from mt. lebanon, two with labels for “shaker village, n.H.” 4” to 5”h. $100-$350

TWO PRINTS BY CURRIER & IVES. American, mid 19th century, hand colored lithograph. Landing of the Pilgrims..., C# 3433. foxing and crease. And View on the St. Lawrence, C# 6452. Overall toning. In frames, 15”h. 19”w. $250-$500

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CHIPPENDALE TALL CHEST. American, late 18th century, cherry and poplar. Dovetailed case, two over five drawers, and high bracket feet. Old finish, imperfections. 53.5”h. 38”w. 18.5”d. $1,000-$1,500

PRINT BY CURRIER & IVES. American, mid 19th century, hand colored lithograph. Sinking of the Cumberland... C#5530. light foxing and crease. In a frame, 15”h. 19”w. $300-$400

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153 LANDSCAPE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND HALF-19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Possibly the Hudson River valley with cattle and cottage overlooking sailboats in the distance. williamsburgh framer’s label. Two patches. 14”h. 20”w., in a frame, 21”h. 27”w. $800-$1,600

154 QUEEN ANNE CHEST-ON-FRAME. new england, mid 18th century, maple, pine, chestnut, and poplar. Dovetailed case with four drawers, resting on a frame with a shaped skirt and cabriole legs ending in pad feet. Old mahogany finish. 51”h. 36”w. 17”d. $1,500-$2,500 154 150 | 23

155 BOWFRONT CORNER CUPBOARD. American, early 19th century, cherry and pine. Two-piece, the upper section with one twelve-pane door and a dentil-molded cornice, the lower section with one drawer, two faux drawers, two doors, and a shaped and fan-inlaid skirt, all on bracket feet. Period brass. 97.5”h. 50.5”w. 29”d., requires a 35” corner. $3,500-$7,000

156 DECOY. American, 2nd quarter-20th century, wood. Black duck hen branded “fC” for frank Cummings (st. Clair flats, michigan). Carved feathers, original paint and glass eyes. 19”l. $200-$400

157 PAIR OF MASSACHUSETTS LEATHER FIRE BUCKETS. for the franklin fire society, Charlestown, suffolk County, dated 1830. Original paint over salmon ground with American eagle and banner “franklin fire society, Isaac Cook, 1830, Charlestown”. worn with one missing handle. 13”h. The franklin fire society was founded August 10,1830, and ten years later Charlestown formed a fire department with Isaac Cook serving as the Chief engineer in1848 and 1849. see skinner’s, march 6, 2011, lot 180 and november 5, 2011, lot 757. The new York City fire museum has a pair of franklin fire society buckets in their collections. $1,500-$3,000

158 THREE OVAL PANTRY BOXES. American, 2nd half-19th century, bentwood. Red paint, single finger on lid and four fingers on base, 6”h. 13.75”l., and light bluish green paint, single fingers, 3”h. 6.5”l. and green paint, single fingers, copper tacks, 1.75”h. 4.5”l. $100-$300

159 BANDBOX. American, 1st half-19th century. Cardboard with printed wallpaper featuring a stag being chased by dogs. Ivory ground on the base, blue on the lid. wear with restitched lid. 12”h. 18”w. $400-$700

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HEPPLEWHITE DROP LEAF TABLE. American, early 19th century, cherry. shaped leaves and tapered legs. 29.5”h. 19”w. (closed) 39.75” (open) 34.5”d. $200-$400

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NINETEEN PIECES OF STONE FRUIT. American or european, early 20th century. life size with painted natural colors. fruits include oranges, peaches, apples, pears, grapes, walnut, cherries and strawberry. $450-$650

CHIPPENDALE CANDLESTAND. American, late 18th century, mahogany. Round, dishtop with a baluster shaft and snake feet. 28.5”h. 18”d. $150-$350

162 QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIR. nineteenth century, mahogany. solid splat, turned stretchers, cabriole legs and pad feet. 17.5”h. seat, 39”h. overall. $150-$300

164 BURL BOWL. American, 19th century. Good turned burl bowl with dark patina. 6.5”h. 15”d. ex Bill samaha (massachusetts/Ohio). $2,500-$4,500

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DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. european, 19th century, pine. Dovetailed case with original floral decoration. 24”h. 52.5”w. 26.5”d. $250-$500

COUNTRY CHAIR. American, early 19th century, mixed woods. Yolk crest, baluster stiles, and turned legs and stretchers. 17”h. seat, 38.5”h. overall. ex Joe Kindig III (Pennsylvania). $150-$350

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HEPPLEWHITE ONE-DRAWER STAND. Possibly Connecticut, early 19th century, cherry, walnut and pine. One drawer with period or original pull, and tapered legs. 27”h. 22.25”w. 15”d. $300-$600

PRINTED ADAM AND EVE VERSE. Printed by samuel Baumann, ephrata, Pennsylvania, early 19th century. German music verse with wood block print of “Adam and eve in Paradise”. Added pencil and watercolor birds. Creases and stains. In a frame, 20”h. 18”w. ex Dr. Bohn (Pennsylvania). $200-$400

168 STONEWARE CROCK. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Brushed cobalt decoration and “3”, impressed on the back “J. Hamilton”. Two applied handles. minor edge flakes. 14”h. This is most likely a piece made while Hamilton was still in Beaver, Pennsylvania. $200-$300

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170 TWO FRAKTURS. Pennsylvania, early 19th century. Hand colored with German text. One printed in somerset, recording a birth in erie County 1808. In a grain decorated frame, 19”h. 16”w. The other printed in Reading, recording a birth in Berks County 1812. In a red painted frame. 22.5”h. 18”w. Both have foxing. $150-$350

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PEWTER LAMP. American, 1st half-19th century. whale oil burner and two glass lenses. not marked but of the type made by Roswell Gleason (Dorchester, massachusetts 1822-1871). Replaced base. 9”h. $300-$600

DRY SINK. American, 19th century, chestnut and poplar. long sink with a shallow well, and two drawers over two doors. Old refinish. 33.5”h. 66”w. 20”d. $400-$800

FIVE PIECES OF WOODENWARE. American and english, 2nd half-19th century. Two treenware bowls, 9”, 10.5”d. and two butter prints, semi-circle with pineapple and cased with strawberry. Together with a plane stamped “Jas. Barry, moore, liverpool” (no blade), 9.5”l. $100-$150

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PEWTER LAMP. Touch for edmund endicott and william sumner (new York City, 1846-1851). Chamber lamp with burning fluid burners. short split at finger ring. 5.25”h. $200-$400

GLASS CANDLESTICK AND OIL LAMP. American, 2nd quarter 19th century. Clear pressed glass. Oil lamp with Bigler font and whale oil burner, 11.5”h., and a candlestick with petal socket, 9.5”h. $100-$300

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TIN BETTY LAMP AND TIDY. American, 19th century. Ipswich type tidy with saucer base. 10”h. $100-$300

TWO GLASS OIL LAMPS. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. whale oil burners. larger is sandwich with hexagonal base (replaced collar), 9”h., smaller has blown font and round foot, 6.5”h. $150-$350

SPRINGERLE ROLLING PIN. American or european, late 19th century, maple. shallow carved grid with animals, plants, figures and sets of initials. 16”l. $100-$300

174 TREENWARE TIDY. American, 1st half-19th century. Alligatored varnish surface, gallery rim. small age splits. 4”h. $100-$300

175 SHAKER HANGING BOX. enfield, Connecticut, 2nd half-19th century, walnut. Dovetailed with semicircular overhang and a peg. Original black stain. 8.25”h. 10”w. 7. ex Hazel Hayes (Connecticut). $250-$500

OIL LAMP. American, 2nd half-19th century. milk glass font and opalescent swirled cranberry font. etched ruffled shade. electrified. 20.5”h. overall. $100-$200

183 179 TWO BLOWN GLASS PITCHERS. American, mid 19th century. Clear with threaded neck and applied rigaree handle, 8.5”h., and aqua Jersey lily pad creamer with applied rigaree handle. Crack. 4.5”h. $200-$400

TWO PANTRY BOXES. Possibly shaker, 2nd half-19th century. Harvardtype with single fingers in opposite directions. The smaller has copper tacks, 2”h. 3.75”l., the larger has steel tacks and an edge chip. 2.5”h. 6”l. $100-$300

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184 LAKE SCENE (PROBABLY AMERICAN SCHOOL, LATE 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. naive scene of couple watching cattle near a mountain lake. minor in-painting. 22”h. 30”w., in a gilt stenciled frame, 27”h. 35.5”w. $400-$800

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TWO PAINTINGS OF SAILING SHIPS. Oil on canvas, both signed lower left. ship at sea by “B. snyder”, probably American, 20th century. 24”h. 20”w. and two ships at anchor by “A. millar” (?), probably english, 19th century. Restoration. 23”h. 27”w. $200-$400

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MARKING SAMPLER. Probably new england, 1818, silk on linen. long rectangular format, rows of ornately stitched alphabets over the maker’s name and date “Betsy swett’s sampler 1818” and band of strawberry vine. 20.5”h. 12”w., in a frame, 26.5”h. 17.5”w. 185

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187 HANGING CUPBOARD. Attributed to the virgin Islands, late 18th century, pine. Arched cornice with conforming door, and a single drawer. Retains old faux graining. 27”h. 22”w. 12”d. $200-$400

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CARVED GREAT CHAIR. Probably england, 17th century, oak. Paneled back with elaborate carving, turned legs and box stretcher. Imperfections. 17”h. seat, 48”h. overall. $500-$1,000

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TWO PEWTER CHARGERS AND A BASIN. european, 1st half-19th century. Pair of chargers, 16”d. and a basin with angel touches, 3”h. 12”d. $200-$300

PEWTER TEAPOT. Touch for eben smith (Beverly, massachusetts 1813-1856). Pear shaped with paneled spout. 7.5”h. $200-$300

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PEWTER TEAPOT. Touch for Daniel Curtiss (Albany, New York 1822-1840). Jacobs #79. Wood wafer finial. 8.75”h. $100-$300

CARVED BURL BOX. American, 19th century. Oblong box with lid carved with acanthus leaves in low relief. The bottom has a similar faint scratch carved design. 2.75”h. 2.75”w. $300-$600

192 PEWTER FLAGON AND THREE CREAMERS. European, 19th century. Flagon with scroll handle, 11”h. Pair and single footed creamers or syrupers. Single has cut notch in lid. 4.5”h. Unmarked. $150-$350

193 PEWTER BASIN. Eagle touch for Thomas Danforth Boardman, (Hartford, Connecticut, 1805-1850). Small size. 1.5”h. 6.5”d. $100-$300

194 TWO TREENWARE COMPOTES. European, 19th century. Heavy with wide turned feet and dark stain. One has pieced repair and varnished exterior. 4.5”h. 9.5”d., 4.5”h. 10.5”d. $100-$300

195 CARVED WOODEN BOX. American, 1st half-19th century. Dovetailed with fine chip carved designs and scalloped lid edges. Staple hinges. Interior dividers missing. 2.25”h. 8.5”w. 4.5”d. Ex David Pottinger (Michigan). $400-$800

195A THREE CARVED CANES. Late 19th-early 20th century. Two American with owl handle, 36"l. and lizards and snake on shaft, 36"l. Together with a Mexican cane with snake, eagle and monkey. Dark stain, 35"l. $100-$300

197 TWO SNUFF BOXES. European and Asian, 19th century. Both are oval. Tortoise shell with unmarked silver trim. Monogrammed “TH”, 4”l., ex Betty Willis; and silver example with probable Chinese hallmarks. 3”l. $300-$400

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198 “GEORGE WASHINGTON” DESK. Kittinger, Buffalo, New York, 20th century, mahogany. Seven real and seven faux drawers, with side galleries, resting on turned legs and brass feet. 36”h. 72”w. 36”d. $800-$1,200 195 - 197

199 WOODEN CARVINGS, TREENWARE AND BRUSHES. American, 2nd half-19th century. Dog, cat, face and woman wearing a long dress. Natural color. 4.5” to 5”h. and two brushes, 5”, 7”l. Together with treenware cup, 3”h., and a miniature bowl, 1”h. $100-$300

200 PEWTER PLATE AND BOWL. Probably England, mid 19th century. Partial rampant lion touches with “Cathrin”. Footed plate, 6.75”d., and double handled bowl, 7”d. $100-$300

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201 PAIR OF LANDSCAPES (ATTRIBUTED TO CANADIAN SCHOOL, EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on artist board, unsigned. lake scenes by the same hand.10”h. 19”w., in late frames, 13”h. 22”w. $100-$300

202 SET OF SIX DECORATED WINDSOR CHAIRS. American, 2nd quarter-19th century, mixed woods. Arrow-back windsors with original stenciled fruit on a brown ground. 17”h. seat, 33”h. overall. $300-$600

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PAIR OF BRASS CANDLESTICKS. Continental, late 17th century. mid drip pans. 11.5”h. $400-$800

NEEDLEWORK PICTURE OF JONAH AND THE GOURD TREE. American or english, 1849, wool and painted paper on striped cotton. Depicts the biblical narrative of post-whale Jonah reclining under the gourd tree with accompanying verse. Dated at the top center floral border, beneath a small white dove. Good colors. In a frame, 22”h. 25”w. $200-$400

205 PEWTER PORRINGER. new england, ca. 1800. Cast initials “sG” on crown handle. 5.5”d. $100-$300

206 TINDER BOX. American, 19th century, tin. Oval with candlesocket on lid. Iron striker and tinder. 4.5”l. $100-$300

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PAIR OF BRASS CANDLESTICKS. Continental, late 17th century. Domed base, seamed construction and extractor holes. 9”h. $300-$600

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MINIATURE BANDBOX. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Round cardboard box with original wallpaper covering in orange and green. minor wear, 2”h. 2.75”d. $300-$400

MINIATURE BANDBOX. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Oval cardboard box with original wallpaper covering in bright green and brown. wear. 2”h. 4.5”l. $300-$600

211 MINIATURE BANDBOX. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Oval cardboard box with original floral wallpaper covering in blue, red and yellow. lined with newspaper. some wear. 2.5”h. 5.5”w. $400-$700

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215 212 MINIATURE BANDBOX. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Oval cardboard box with original wallpaper covering in blue, yellow and red. Inked “Joseph lambert” on bottom. some wear, 3”h. 6”w. $400-$800

213 PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN BY JACOB EICHHOLTZ (PENNSYLVANIA, 1776-1842). Oil on wooden board, unsigned. man with curly hair. faint penciled note on the back says “from staten Island”. 5”h. 4”w., in a frame, 6.5”h. 5.5”w. $1,500-$2,500

214 LANTERN. American, mid 19th century. Tin base and top with hanger, blown glass elongated globe and glass font with whale oil burner. wear to japanning. 18”h. overall. $150-$350

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216 HEPPLEWHITE CHEST OF DRAWERS. mid-Atlantic states, early 19th century, walnut and pine. Two over three cockbeaded drawers, with string inlay, including Gothic arches, all on french feet. Replaced brasses. 46.75”h. 38.25”w. 21.5”d. $500-$1,000

217 MINIATURE BASKETS AND CARVED ANIMALS. American and German, late 19th-20th century. Two miniature baskets, one with bentwood handle and colored splint, 5”, 2”h. and eight assorted wood, plaster and papier mache animals, mostly horses and dogs, several from noah’s arks. One marked “Germany”, some damage. 1” to 7”h. $100-$350

218 TWO PAINTINGS (AMERICAN SCHOOL, LATE 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. still life of fruit, 13”h. 15”w. and a mill near a rushing river, 16.5”h. 24.5”w. Both in frames. $100-$300

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STILL LIFE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, LATE 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. naive image of fruit with an ear of corn. 18”h. 24”w., in a frame (loose), 27.5”h. 30.5”w. $400-$800

PEWTER COFFEE URN. Touch for Alexander standish (england, 19th century). weighted base and brass and ivory spigot. some repair. 15”h. $100-$200

HEPPLEWHITE CHEST OF DRAWERS. Attributed to mercer County, Pennsylvania, 1st quarter19th century, walnut and pine. Two over three drawers on french feet. The top drawers have spring locks. Appears to retain its original finish. 44.5”h. 39”w. 20.5”d. ex shirley mcGill (Illinois). $500-$1,000

224 220 TWO BRASS CANDLESTICKS. Probably spain, late 17th-early 18th century. similar form with gallery rim square bases and threaded stems. One has an extractor hole. 5”h. $600-$800

CHIPPENDALE-STYLE ENTERTAINMENT CENTER. David T. smith, morrow, Ohio, dated 1995. upper compartment for a television and lower compartment for components, on bracket feet. Distressed green paint. 70”h. 54”w. 34.5”d. $150-$250

221 TWO FOLK ART BIRDS BY WALTER AND JUNE GOTTSHALL (PENNSYLVANIA, 2ND HALF-20TH CENTURY). eagle and peacock both initialed “wJG”. Original paint. 8.5”, 6.25”h. The peacock is ex Hattie Brunner (Pennsylvania). $200-$300

222 PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND QUARTER19TH CENTURY). watercolor on paper, unsigned. finely detailed image of a young man wearing a green vest. some stains and minor loss. In a frame, 8”h. 6.75”w. $150-$350

225 FIVE IRON PIECES INCLUDING DOORSTOPS. American and european, 19th century. Cast iron lion and horse doorstops and a dog paperweight, all with old gold paint, 3.75” to 6.75”h. and a matchsafe with satyr’s head, 6”h. Together with a wrought iron candlestick, 6”h. Horse is ex Betty Dorow (Ohio). $150-$300

227A DIMINUTIVE DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. Pennsylvania, mid-19th century, pine. Dovetailed case on turned feet, and retaining its original floral and star decoration against a grained ground. 16"h. 23"w. 13.5"d. On the inside of the lid is a pencil inscription reading, "This chest was the only thing Grandmother loose saved out fo the fire that destroyed their home at millbach, Penna when she was a child." millbach is a small town in lebanon County. $1,600-$2,400

226 TWO FLOWER WATERCOLORS. American, 19th century, watercolor on paper. stylized yellow and red fruit or flowers (stains) in an export frame, 5.75”h. 5”w. and moss roses, 4”h. 5”w. $100-$300 227A

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CHIPPENDALE EASY CHAIR. Probably english, mid 18th century, mahogany and beech. Outward scrolled arms, carved cabriole legs and ball and claw feet. 18”h. seat, 44”h. overall. $4,000-$8,000

THIRTEEN BLOWN GLASS WINES AND CORDIALS. mostly American, 19th century. Clear. Cut strawberry pattern, ribbed bellflower and panels. some wafer stems. 4” to 5”h. $100-$300

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PAINTING, PRINT AND FRAMED ARTIFACTS. American and french, 19th century. Oil on canvas of french soldier looking out to sea. light crazing. In a gilt frame, 15.5”h. 15.5”w. And a handcolored engraving of a french naval battle. In a frame, 15”h. 20”w. Together with a shadowbox of American Civil war insignia and buckles. 15.5”h. 12.5”w. $150-$350

229 CHIPPENDALE TILT-TOP TEA TABLE. Probably english, mid-18th century, mahogany. single board top of plum pudding mahogany, with a pie crust edge, a stop-fluted shaft, and scroll and acanthus-carved knees and ball and claw feet. Retains a rich old finish. 27.5”h, approximately 35”d. $2,000-$4,000

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PAIR OF LEATHER FIRE BUCKETS. American, dated 1832. Old green paint over black with “no. 1 (and no. 2) stanton and Brackell, 1835”. worn with missing handles. 13.5”h. $800-$1,200

TWO PORTRAITS (EUROPEAN SCHOOL, 2ND QUARTER-19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed on back “Ig. schmedla, 1836” (Ignac schmedla, Czech, 1797-1839). Portrait of a woman with a shawl.15”h. 12”w., in a frame, 17.5”h. 15.5”w. Oil on tin, unsigned. Portrait of young man. 13”h. 10”w., in a frame, 16.5”h. 13.5”w. Imperfections. $200-$400

235 THREE FRAMED WATERCOLORS. American, 19th century, watercolor on paper. Pair of crossed axes, 5”h. 6”w., and a bird dated 1843 on the back, 6.25”h. 7.5”w. Together with a bouquet of roses, 9.75”h. 7.25”w. ex fritz ehrenfried (Pennsylvania). $150-$350

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236 HANGING WALL BOX. American, 19th century, pine. shaped crest with cutout heart. worn original brown and mustard grainpainting. wear. 17”h. 14”w. 5.5”d. ex Bill samaha (massachusetts/Ohio). $400-$600

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NEW HAMPSHIRE SAMPLER. strafford County, 1840, silk on linen. Rows of alphabets separated by bands of hexagons with diamonds and hearts. Inner diamond border , surrounded by delicate floral vine with bow knots. signed “Olive langley / aged 10 years / July 22 1840 “. 16”h. 12”w., in a frame, 22”h. 17.5”w. new Hampshire records list more then one child of that name. The likely maker was the Olive who would be ten-years-old on July 22, the fourth child of James langley and mary Garland. she was born in Durham Township on August 9, 1829, and married Joseph Jenkins in 1854. moving to Pittsfield, merrimack County, where James worked as butcher, they raised four children. $350-$700

239 SEVENTEEN PIECES OF STONE FRUIT. American or european, early 20th century. life size with painted natural colors. fruits include oranges, peaches, apples, pears, grapes, banana, strawberries and fig. $300-$600

240 MINIATURE SOFA. American, ca.1840s, walnut. Carved crest and arms with turned feet. Oilcloth upholstery and single cushion. 6.5”h. 14”l. ex mildred samaha (massachusetts). $400-$600

241 GROUP OF ENGRAVINGS. england, 19th century. Handcolored prints on paper. Comprising five equestrian and sporting scenes. Including vernet and Alken, largest overall: 10.25”h. 25”w. Two bird prints 5.25”h. 3.5”w., in a modern gilt frame 9.25”h. 7.25”w. and a watercolor bird 7.5”h. 5.25”w., in a gilt frame 10”h. 8”w. Together with a landscape in a table screen frame 6.5”h. 8”w. 17”h, in a wood frame, 8.25”h. 9.75”w. 17”h. overall. Imperfections. $150-$300

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UNUSUAL DECORATED DRESSER BOX. American, 2nd quarter-19th century, pine. Dovetailed dome-top box with additional two dovetailed drawers. All with stenciled floral and pineapple decoration on original mustard ground. minimal wear. 7”h. 18”w. 14”d. $600-$900

243 FOLK ART PAINTING OF A SOLDIER. Attributed to Johann friederich Krebs (Pennsylvania, active 1784-1812). watercolor and ink on laid paper. Cavalry officer on horseback. Creasing and some foxing. In a grain decorated frame, 17.5”h. 13.5”w. ex Tillou (Connecticut). $2,000-$4,000

244 QUEEN ANNE TEA TABLE. Rhode Island, mid 18th century, mahogany. Porringer top, turned legs and pad feet. minor imperfections. 26.5”h. 31”w. 26”d. $3,000-$6,000

246 TWO HOOKED RUGS. American, early 20th. striped block design, wool on burlap, 39.5” x 40”, and a wool and knit on burlap rug with stripe and diamond center and floral ends, 24” x 40”. $200-$400 244

247 FOUR WOODEN SPOONS AND BUTTER PADDLES. American, 19th century. Three paddles, one with some curl, one with scratch carved initials “wCf” and one refinished. 8”, 8”, 9”l. Together with a spoon with chip carved handle, 12”l. $100-$250

248 TWO FRAMED TRADE PIECES. American, 2nd quarter-20th century, cotton and paper. Drawstring mailing bag stamped for “william Ball, sr./ Ball Brasses” of west Chester, Pennsylvania, with attached mailing label addressed to Dayton-area cabinetmaker Aaron Kesecker. 9.75”h. 6”w., in a curly maple frame with homespun backing, 17”h. 13.25”w. and paper label for “Alenas / Allen’s Print works” on brown cotton print. In early 19th reeded frame, 12.75”h. 12.5”w. $100-$200

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249 CHIPPENDALE-STYLE BLOCK-FRONT DESK-AND-BOOKCASE. massachusetts, 19th century, mahogany. Two-piece, the upper section with a broken-arch and shell-carved pediment with corkscrew finials over arched doors concealing shells and shelves; the lower section with a blocked front, four graduated drawers, and ogee bracket feet. The interior with shell-carved drawers and pigeonholes. 88”h. 40”w. 22”d., writing surface is 31.5”. $4,000-$6,000

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250 LANDSCAPE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. well done Hudson River-type scene. Rebacked. 25”h. 30”w., in a late frame, 29”h. 33”w. $600-$1,200

251 TWO PRINTS BY CURRIER & IVES. American, mid 19th century, hand colored lithograph. The United States Army leaving the Gulf Squadron..., C# 6292. Pale blue coloring. 16”h. 20”w. And The Battle of Newbern... C# 419. 14.5”h. 19”w. Both in frames. $200-$400

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253 HEPPLEWHITE SIDEBOARD. mid-Atlantic states, early 19th century, mahogany and pine. Three long drawers flanked by three drawers on the proper right and two drawers and a door on the proper left, all on tapered legs. Refinished. 41.5”h. 72”w. 23.5”d. $2,500-$5,000

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255 PAIR OF FAMILY PORTRAITS (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND QUARTER19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Pleasant portraits of a father and mother with her child, both with their hair in ringlets. As found condition. 26”h. 23”w., in frames, 34”h. 31”w. $800-$1,200

256 SILHOUETTE BY AUGUSTE EDOUART (FRANCE, 1789-1861). signed and dated 1837. full-length cutout of a man with top hat and umbrella set against a lithograph of harbor with fortifications. stains. In a frame with eglomise mat, 12.5”h. 10.5”w.

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257 TWO TREENWARE PLATES. American, 19th century, maple. Both have some curl, the smaller has more. 7”, 8”d. $200-$400

258 THREE TUMBLERS. American, 2nd quarter 19th century. Green, and cobalt and violet with arched panels. 3.5”h. $200-$300

259 BURL TAZZA. American, 20th century. Good form, refinished. Glued chip. 3.25”h. 7.5”d. $200-$400

260 YELLOWWARE CONTAINER AND SALT. American, 2nd half-19th century. Covered container with tricolored mocha earthworm design. 5”h. 5.5”d. and a footed salt with white band. 2”h. $250-$450

261 PANTRY BOX. American, 2nd half 19th century, bentwood. Round, worn light bittersweet paint, lapped seams, copper tacks 6.5”h. 12.25”d. $150-$300

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CHIPPENDALE TILT-TOP TEA TABLE. Possibly Joseph short, newburyport, massachusetts, maple. Round top and snake feet. Retains an old, red wash. 27”h. 30”d. $1,000-$2,000

263 SHAKER BLANKET CHEST. Probably Hancock, massachusetts, mid 19th century, pine. six-board dovetailed chest with original green paint. 16”h. 43”w. 17”d. ex John Keith Russell (new York). $800-$1,200

265 SAMPLER. Possibly Pennsylvania, early 19th century, silk on linen. Top rows consist of a large scale alphabet, followed by decreasing sizes. The lower portion has stylized floral pots and eight-pointed stars. signed “Debora Angstat 18..”. In a gilt frame, 17.75”h. 19.25”w. $200-$400

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TWO LOG CABIN QUILTS. American, 1865-1880, wool and cotton, prints, plaids and solids. Graphic design in pineapple and sunshine and shadow sets. madder brown print backings. 70” x 75”, 73” x 82”. $150-$300

TWO CARPET BALLS AND A BOWL. second half-19th century. Red striped ladies’ carpet ball and a child’s size with black and green stripes. Together with a small carved wooden bowl, 6”d. $150-$350

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GROUP OF FIREPLACE RELATED ITEMS. American, 19th century. wrought iron including a ram’s head peal, 45”l. ex Israel sack. spatula, waffle iron, brass handled shovel and tongs with hook, and a pair of brass andirons, 16”h. Together with two iron forks (one a pitchfork). $200-$400

TWO SHOREBIRDS AND WOOD BASES. American, 20th century. Carved birds with original paint. flat silhouette, 11.75”h., and one from a string of birds, with glass eyes. 16”h. (including bases). Together with two pieces of burl wood used as bases at one time. $300-$500

FOUR GRAIN-DECORATED FRAMES. American, mid 19th century. wooden frames with original grained paint. Two resemble flame mahogany, one maple. some wear. 12.5” x 16” to 13.5” x 17.5”. $200-$400

GROUP INCLUDING FOOT WARMER AND MINIATURE BASKETS. American, 19th century. Punched tin foot warmer in a wooden frame, 7”h. 8.5” x 8.5”, and a lid from a bride’s box. loss. ex Betty Dorow (Ohio). Together with a sponge decorated bowl and five miniature splint baskets. $150-$350

268 CARVED SHOREBIRD. American, mid 20th century. Plover with original paint and tack eyes. 13”h. on base. $100-$300

269 THREE REDWARE JUGS. American, mid 19th century. All with applied strap handles. Two Albany glaze, one with manganese. 7” to 8”h. $100-$300

GROUP OF WOODEN HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. American, 2nd half-19th century. scoops, ladles, spoons, cheese frame and pole clamp, 68”l. some burl. $150-$350

273 TWO BLOWN GLASS COMPOTES. American, mid 19th century. Both with baluster stems. One has a lid. 8”h. 9”d. and 12”h. 9”d. $150-$350

274 FIVE PIECES OF GLASS. American, 19th century. four clear: lacy tazza. Damage. 3”h.; 3-mold condiment bottle, 5”h.; pressed lidded canister, 10”h., and a blown cruet with applied handle. 9.5”h. Together with a lacy cobalt panel with leaf. 5” x 5”. $100-$300

270 TWO BOXES. American, mid 19th century. miniature leather covered trunk with brass tacks. lined with paper and labeled for “Robert Burr, Trunk manufacturer, Boston”. Presentation note inside. 4”h. 6”w., ex ellie Hoover walker (Ohio). Together with a walnut miniature blanket chest with dark stain. some imperfections. ex Tom Brown (Ohio). 8”h. 12.5”w. $300-$600

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279 GROUP OF IRON. American, 19th century, cast and wrought iron. Hooks and chains, ladies’ leg calipers, skewers with rack, tether weight and Gothic arch inset. Together with a whetstone. $100-$300

275 STONEWARE CANNING JAR AND TWO LIDS. American, 2nd half-19th century. Jar with cobalt brushed tulips, 8”h., and two crock lids, one with cobalt, 11”, 12”d. $100-$300

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280 PANTRY BOX AND CANTEEN. American, 19th century. Round bentwood box with lapped seams and green over grey paint, 7.5”h. 10”d., and a stave constructed canteen with bentwood bands. worn original grey paint. 6”h. 10”d. $100-$300

282 GROUP OF IRON INCLUDING CHANDELIER. American, 19th century, cast and wrought iron. Acanthus decorated chandelier with five electrified candle sockets. 13”h. 20”d. Together with boot scrapers, bootjack, decorative frog, plaque and griffon, 9”h. $200-$400

283 GROUP OF DECORATIVE IRON ELEMENTS. American, 19th-20th century. Includes frogs, bird shooting gallery target, snow eagle, patriotic eagle and griffon. $150-$350

284 SEWERTILE STRING HOLDER AND NOVELTIES. Ohio, late 19th-1st half-20th century. Domed string holder, 6.5”h., and eight novelties including wallpocket and pipe holder. Together with a white clay frog. Repair. $150-$300

285 AGATEWARE CREAMER. england, 1st half-19th century. Diminutive size with good color, scalloped rim and three paw feet with lion heads. 3�h. $250-$500

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STONEWARE CROCK. American, 2nd half-19th century. Cobalt stenciled and brushed label “williams & Reppert, Greensboro, Pa. 6”. Two applied handles. 17”h. $200-$400

TWO CANDLEMOLDS. American, mid 19th century. Twelve redware tubes marked “A. wilcox” in a wooden frame, 15”h. 18”w., and a tin eighteen-tube in a solid frame, 11.5”h. 13”w. $400-$600

287 TWO PAINTINGS WITH HOUSES. American. late 19th-early 20th century, oil on artist board, unsigned. farmstead. 17”h. 23”w. And an Arts & Crafts gouache of farm with verse. 20”h. 25”w. In frames. $100-$300

289 ADJUSTABLE CANDLESTAND. American, early 19th century, mixed woods. Round, dishtop on a folksy, tripod base, with a two-arm adjustable candle holder above. Retains a fine, old, dry painted surface. $600-$1,200

291 EXERCISE PAGE. American, early 19th century. Pen and ink with watercolor on laid paper. math problems. framed between glass. 19”h. 13.5”w. $600-$900

292 WOODEN BOWL. American, 19th century, soft wood. Roughhewn deep bowl with two handles. Old white paint and make-do tin repair. 9”h. 27.2”l. $150-$300

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TWO WINDSOR CHAIRS. American, early 19th century, mixed woods. Bamboo turnings with old black paint. Squaretop side chair, 17.5"h. seat, 34"h. overall, and a chair with stenciled decoration, 16.5"h. seat, 33"h. overall. $300-$600

TWO ROUND PANTRY BOXES WITH BALES. American, late 19th century, bentwood. Dark blue paint, lapped seams. Imperfections. 6.75”h. 11.75”d. And light bittersweet paint, lapped seams, 5.75”h. 9.25”d. Both have wear. $200-$400

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WINDSOR ROCKING CHAIR. American, early 19th century, mixed woods. Bamboo turnings with old black paint. 17"h. seat, 40"h. overall, ex Samaha (Ohio/Massachusetts). $300-$600

296 CHEMIST’S SCALES. American, late 19th century. Balance scales in a glass enclosed mahogany case. Made by “Ainsworth & Sons, Colorado”. Glass instruments included. Case 18”h. 18”w. 9”h. $300-$600

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TWO FIRKINS WITH BALES. American, late 19th century, bentwood. Stave construction with original red and black paint. Metal bands. Varying wear. 14.5”d. labeled “Sugar”, and 12”d. $200-$400

303 DECORATED STAND. American, 20th century. Old breadboard top over a stand with shelf and black over brown paint, 29”h. 32”w. 18”d. $100-$300

SHOW TOWEL. Probably Pennsylvania, 1821, linen. Decorated with a spread wing eagle, eight-point stars, flowers and baskets and signed “Anna Kolp” “1821”. Decorative hemstitching above the self fringe. Accompanying note states Anna was born in Bucks County on April 12, 1812. 16.25” x 41.5”. $100-$300

298 THREE SANTOS. Central or South American, 19th-20th century, wood. Mary with original polychrome paint, 12”h., Jesus with worn original paint, 8”h. and a monk with old black paint, 8.5”h. $150-$350

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CLASSICAL CHEST OF DRAWERS. Attributed to the virgin Islands, 1st half-19th century, mahogany and mixed secondary woods. Three over three drawers, turned feet, and period brasses. Imperfections. 43”h. 43”w. 22”d. $1,000-$2,000

SAWBUCK TABLE. nineteenth century, mixed woods. Good size with a three-board top and an older, mellow finish. 29”h. 36.75”w. 72”l. $300-$600

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CONESTOGA WAGON JACK. made in lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1848, wood and wrought iron. Initialed for Casper Brunner. wear. 27”h. $200-$300

FRAKTUR. Printed by Blumer, Busch & Co., Allentown, Pennsylvania, 1849. Handcolored. Records a birth in lecha Township, Pennsylvania, 1849. Creases. In a painted frame, 22.5”h. 19.5”w. $75-$150

308 CONESTOGA WAGON JACK. made in lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1791, wood and wrought iron. worn. 24”h. $150-$350

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310 CHICKS CHASING INSECTS (AMERICAN SCHOOL, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on artist board, unsigned. Chicks surrounded by grass and clover. flaking. In a frame, 14.25”h. 19.75”w. $75-$125

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DECORATED CORNER CUPBOARD. Pennsylvania, 1820-1840, poplar. One-piece, with four paneled doors, and retaining its original faux curly and bird’s-eye maple paint decoration. 84.75”h. 45.5”w. 24”d., requires a 32” corner. $2,000-$4,000

TWO PRINTED FRAKTURS. Pennsylvania, early 19th century. Handcolored. Printed by Baumann in ephrata on laid paper, with text in a heart recording a 1809 birth. 15.25”h. 18.25”w. And printed by Ritter in Reading, recording a birth in union County, 1818. 17.5”h. 14.5”w. Imperfections. Both in frames. $150-$350

TWO ADAM AND EVE PRINTS. Pennsylvania, 2nd quarter-19th century. music verses in German titled “Adam and eve in Paradise”. Handcolored. One printed by Blumer in Allentown. Inked presentation on the backing board. 12”h. 10”w. The other by Gage (?) in Reading, 18.75”h. 14.75”w. In frames. Both have stains. $250-$450

NINETEEN PIECES OF STONE FRUIT. American or european, early 20th century. life size with painted natural colors. fruits include oranges, peaches, apples, pears, grapes, banana, fig, plum and strawberries. $400-$800

315 TWO FIRKINS WITH BALES. American, late 19th century, bentwood. stave construction with original red and black paint. metal bands. 12.25”d. And another example labeled “sugar”. 12.75” . $200-$400

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317 DIMINUTIVE CABINET. American, 19th century, pine. Two plank doors over twelve small drawers. Old red paint. 28”h. 20”w. 6.5”d. $2,000-$4,000 314 - 317 311 | 45

318 CONESTOGA WAGON JACK. Made in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1811, wood and wrought iron. Traces of original red paint. 26”h. $150-$300

319 PEWTER TALL POT. Touch for Thomas Danforth Boardman & Co. (Hartford, Connecticut, 18051850). Minor imperfections. 12”h. $100-$300

320 PEWTER PLATE. Touch for Thomas Badger (Boston, 1737-1815). Jacobs #12. 8.5”d. $100-$300

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TWO PEWTER TEAPOTS. American, 1st half-19th century. Individual pear-shaped with crown mark, 6.75”h., and one with touch for William McQuilken (Philadelphia, 1845-1853). 8.5”h. Imperfections. $100-$300

PEWTER PORRINGER. Faint touch appears to be for Simon Pennock (Pennsylvania, 18051845). Tab handle. 5.25”d. $500-$800

TWO WOODEN FOOTSTOOLS. American, mid 19th century. Oval with original blue/black paint, 6.5”h. 10”l., and rectangular with original red paint, 8”h. 13”l. $150-$350

TWO ROUND PANTRY BOXES WITH BALES. American, late 19th century, bentwood. Mauve paint, lapped seams, copper tacks, 6.5”h. 11.5”d., and bittersweet paint, lapped seams, 6.75”h. 11.75”d. Wear and age splits. $200-$300

324 FOUR PANTRY BOXES. American, 2nd half-19th century. Oval bentwood boxes. Three with opposing fingers: old refinishing, 1.75”h. 4.5”l., traces of old green paint, 2”h. 5.5”l., and old green paint, 3”h. 6”l. Together with an example with arched fingers and steel tacks. 3.5”h. 7.5”l. Imperfections. $200-$400

327 DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. New England, 1st half-19th century, pine. Dovetailed case with turned feet and original red and black paint decoration. 24”h. 38”w. 18”d. $400-$800

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PEWTER PLATE. Touch for Joseph Danforth (Middletown, Connecticut 1780-1788). Jacobs #89. 8.5”d. $100-$300

PEWTER PLATE. Touch for David Melville (Newport, Rhode Island 1755-1793). Jacobs # 214. 8.5"d. $100-$300

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TWO ROUND PANTRY BOXES WITH BALES. American, late 19th century, bentwood. Dark green paint, lapped seams, copper tacks, 6.5”h. 11.5”dia., and old black paint with multicolored bird and other decorative motifs, copper tacks, 6.75”h. 12”d. wear. $200-$400

QUEEN ANNE WORK TABLE. new england, 18th century, pine. scrubbed top over one drawer, turned legs, and a stretcher base. Old red paint with good wear. 26”h. 36”w. 25”d. $400-$800

329 TWO QUEEN ANNE CHAIRS. new england, 18th century, maple. Both with solid splats, rush seats, and turned stretchers. One with spanish feet and one with pad feet. each 17”h. seat, 41”h. overall. $200-$400

331 STEPBACK CUPBOARD. American, 19th century, pine. Open top with paneled doors. Refinished. 77”h. 50”w. 21”d. ex Bill samaha (Ohio/massachusetts). $300-$600

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333 TWO STONEWARE CROCKS. American, 2nd half-19th century. Both with two applied handles and brushed cobalt designs. Impressed label “Jm Hickerson, strasburg, vA, 3”, 13.5”h. And one with flowers and a mismatched lid impressed “wH lehew & Co., strasburg, va”. 14.5”h. $300-$500

334 THREE SUGAR BUCKETS. American, late 19th century, bentwood. Yellow paint decorated with bird, flowers and heart, 11”d., black ground with polychrome flowers and copper tacks. 9.25”d., and old pink and cream with flowers. 6.75”d. last two have age splits. $150-$350

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WPA-STYLE PANORAMIC PAINTING (AMERICAN, 2ND QUARTER-20TH CENTURY). Oil on masonite, unsigned. Depiction of village with schoolhouse. In the style of the federally subsidized murals painted for post offices and other public buildings during the Great Depression. This work was found in the Hartford, new York, area and was said to be of a mural in the utica area. 12.5”h. 36.5”w., in a period frame, 14”h. 38”w.

MOUNTAIN MAN BY RANDY FOLLIS (NEW MEXICO, B. 1939). Oil on canvas board, signed and dated 2005 lower right. mountain man on horse. In a gilt frame, 13.5”h. 11.5”w. $100-$300

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PRAYER TO THE GREAT SPIRIT BY IVOR GORDON EVANS (CALIFORNIA, 1918-1979). Oil on canvas, signed lower right and back. Portrait of a native American. Repairs. 20”h. 16”w., in a gilt frame, 25”h. 20.5”w. $150-$350

338 TWO CANDLESTANDS. American, 1st half-19th century. maple and cherry stand with round top, 25”h. 17”d. and a maple stand with fluted shaft, 25”h. 18”w. 15.5”d. $200-$400

339 SACK-BACK WINDSOR ARMCHAIR. American, late 18th-early 19th century, mixed woods. Bamboo turnings. Refinished. 17”h. seat, 39”h. overall. $100-$300

340 ONE-DRAWER STAND. Probably Pennsylvania, mid 19th century, pine. One-board top, one drawer, and turned and splayed legs. Original brown paint. 31”h. 23”w. 22.5”d. ex Dave Pottinger (michigan). $200-$400

341 TWO ROUND PANTRY BOXES. American, mid 19th century, bentwood. mustard paint with red trim and stenciled American flag shield, lapped seams. wear. 11.5”h 15”d. And multicolored snowflake stenciled decoration with lapped seams, 8”h. 12”d. $250-$350

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TOY CAT, BOWL AND SEWING STRAWBERRIES. American, late 19th century. felt covered tabby. wear. 8”l., miniature compote with transfer and three sewing kit strawberries. $75-$150

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GROUP OF ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS. American, 19th century. Five wooden brackets with old red or white paint, 14.25” to 17.5”h. and a turned wooden finial, 10”h. Together with a wrought iron finial, 20”h. including base. $100-$300

SAMPLER. American, 1849, silk on linen. Alphabet over potted flowers, peacock and a house. Bound with green printed cotton. Dated and initialed “ERD”.10.25”h. 9.5”w., in a grain-painted frame, 14.25”h. 13.25”w. $150-$300

WINDOW PROPS AND A CONTAINER. American, 19th century. Wooden paneled container with acorn finial on lid. Old grey paint. 24.5”h. 13.75”w. And a pair of cast plaster window props in the form of cherubs 6”h. $100-$300

FIVE PIECES OF IRON LIGHTING. American, 19th century. Three rush light holders with candle socket counterweights and wooden bases, 9” to 15”h., and two spiral candlesticks, 6”, 6.5”h. $100-$250

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TWO OIL LAMPS AND A HURRICANE SHADE. American, 2nd half-19th century. Lamps with clear molded fonts, one with pale blue opalescent base, 10”h. one with blue base, 11.5”h. Together with a blown shade, 16”h. $150-$350

PRINTED FRAKTUR. Printed in Allentown, Pennsylvania, 1836. Handcolored with angels and eagle. Records a birth in 1878. Stains. In a frame, 20.5”h. 16.25”w. $75-$125

COUNTRY BENCH. American or European, 19th century, pine. Pinned construction with a scroll-cut back and skirts, and a lower shelf. 19”h. seat, 29.5”h. overall, 44”l. $150-$300

345 TWO GLASS DECANTERS. American, 1st half-19th century. Cut arched panels with stopper. Flakes. 10”h. and etched example with initials and applied neck rings. Marble stopper. 10”h. $100-$200

350 THREE DECORATED CHAIRS. American, 1st half-19th century, mixed woods. Includes one with a plank seat and two with rush seats, all with old paint. 17”h. seat, 33”h. overall; 18”h. seat, 33”h. overall; 17.5”h. seat, 32.5”h. overall. Two of the chairs are ex Harry Hartman (Pennsylvania). $200-$400

COUNTRY SECRETARY. American, 19th century, pine. Onepiece, the upper section with paneled doors and two drawers, the lower section with a folding writing surface, one drawer and one door. Refinished. 74”h. 41.25”w. 12”d. $200-$400

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346 ELEVEN GLASS TUMBLERS. American, mid 19th century. Clear glass in various patterns including thumbprint, arched and ribbed bellflower. One has gilding. 3.5” to 4”h. $150-$300

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351 STONE TROUGH. American, 19th century. Flat with indentation, hollow at one end. 5”h. 50”w. 18”d. $250-$450

STAND. American, mid 19th century, cherry. Sheraton stand with two dovetailed drawers. Mahogany veneer on front panel and drawer fronts. Traces of red stain. 29”h. 22”w. 16.5”d $100-$200

352 347 CAST IRON RABBIT DOORSTOP. American, early 20th century. Old white paint. 12”h. $75-$150

STONE TROUGH. American, 19th century. Deep, rectangular trough. 11”h. 39”w. 16”d. $300-$600

353 STONE TROUGH. American, 19th century. Large with one open end. 12”h. 58”w. 25.5”d. $400-$800

358 SEVEN PIECES OF LIGHTING. American, 19th century. Betty lamp, loom light, 20”l., two sticking tommies, and two grease lamps, 10, 16.5”h. Together with a spiral candlestick, 8”h. $150-$300

360 SIX PIECES OF WOODENWARE. American, 19th century. Mortar and pestle, 7”h., sander, and two salts. Together with two extending candleholders, 13”, 19”l. $100-$200

361 FOUR WALL CANDLE SCONCES. American, 19th century. Three tin, 13, 14”h., and a mirrored sconce. Wear, 9.5”d. $200-$300

362 PAIR OF TIN CANDLE SCONCES. American, 19th century. Crimped crests and punched stars. 13,75”h. $200-$400

363 WROUGHT IRON UTENSILS AND RACK. American, 19th century. Two spatulas, two ladles, two forks, and a pair of tongs. Together with a hanging rack, 8”h. 15.5”w. $100-$300

364 TABLETOP DESK. American, 2nd half-19th century, poplar. Dovetailed with slant lid and fitted interior with two dovetailed drawers. Refinished. 13.5”h. 20.75”w. 14.5”d. $300-$500

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TWO PRINTED FRAKTURS. Pennsylvania, 1st half-19th century. Handcolored. Angels, printed by Lange in Hannover, 1836 recording a birth in York County, 1836. In a frame with half turnings, 14.5”h. 18.5”w. And a heart, printed by Baumann in Ephrata recording a 1814 birth. In a red painted frame, 15”h. 17.75”w. Imperfections. $150-$350

FOUR SIEVES AND MEASURE. Shaker, 2nd half-19th century. Bentwood with lapped seams and copper tacks. Three horsehair sieves, 1.75”h. 3.5”d. to 5”h. 6.5”d. and a measure, 3.5”h. 6”d. $200-$400

GROUP OF FIREPLACE ITEMS American or English, 19th century, brass and wire. Fireplace fender, demilune form, on turned feet. 14”h. 40”w. $200-$300

366 STONE SINK. American, 19th century. Nicely carved and worn, with “DII” on one side. Mounted on a walnut base with grey paint. 33.5”h. 40”w. 29”d. Found in Westerville, Ohio. $250-$500

368 WINDMILL TOY. American, 1st half-20th century, found wood. Windmill shaped sand toy made from pieces of boxes and scrap wood. Original paint. Sand poured in the top moves a wheel, blades and figure. 15”h. $150-$300

372 DRAWING OF THE STEAMBOAT FALLIE BY THOMAS SUTTEN (AMERICAN, MID 20TH CENTURY). Pen and ink on paper, signed lower right. Drawn in 1955 from a photo of the boat that was named after the daughter of the president of McKinley Coal Co., Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. In a frame, 22.5”h. 33.75”w. $100-$300

369 HANGING BOX. American, mid 19th century, pine. Slant lift lid and single drawer with divided interior. Layers of blue paint has wear. Harry Hartman (Pennsylvania). 11.75”h. 9”w. 6.5”d. $400-$600

370 PANELED MANTLE. American, 19th century, walnut. 54”h. 57”w. $200-$400 366

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FOLK ART CARVING OF MAN. American, 1st half-20th century, wood. Original paint. Figure of an acrobat with ball. Movable arms. Age splits. 23”h. $200-$400

DECORATED TABLE. American, mid-19th century, maple and pine. Square table with one drawer and a lower shelf with a scalloped gallery. Retains its original brown paint with gold highlights. 27”h. 26”w. 23.5”d. $300-$600

LANDSCAPE BY CHARLES HENRY MILLER (NEW YORK/GERMANY, 1842-1922). Oil on canvasboard, signed and dated 1893 at bottom and on back. Landscape with cattle. 14.5”h. 15.5”w., in a gilt frame, 21.5”h. 22.5”w. $400-$800

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PAPIER MACHE LAMB. Late 19th-early 20th century. Life-sized, molded lamb with good detail, removable head, and old paint. 26”l. $200-$400

TREENWARE BOWL. American, 19th century, maple. Turned with some bird’s eye. Refinished. 4.5”h. 14.5”d. $100-$150

374 ADIRONDACK BASKET. American, 1st half-20th century. Original brown and green paint and bentwood handle. Some damage.10.5”h. 9”l. $100-$300

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MINIATURE ON IVORY OF A YOUNG MAN. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Dark-haired young man wearing a blue coat. Signed by the artist “Porter Pxt. 1839”. In a brass oval frame with braided hair locket. Set in a gutta percha frame, 6.25”h. 5.5”w. $400-$600

MINIATURE PORTRAIT ON IVORY OF A MAN. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Young man with wavy hair. In a machined brass frame with locket of hair, 3.5”h. $300-$500

CANARYWARE PLATE. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Black floral transfers, 8.5”d. $200-$300

PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND QUARTER-19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Threequarters length portrait of a man seated in front of a red drape. Imperfections. Unframed, 44”h. 34”w. $150-$350

381 PINK LUSTER TEAPOT. England, 1st half-19th century. Creamware teapot with pink luster cottages. Repair. 6.75”h. $200-$300

383 CANARYWARE PLATE. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Black transfer of Marie Antoinette. Some wear. 9.25”d. $1,000-$1,400

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FRAKTUR. Pennsylvania, 1st half 19th-century. Printed and hand decorated with watercolor flowers. Marriage certificate from Centre County dated 1833. Minor wear and foxing. In a frame, 9.25”h. 11.25”w. $200-$400

TWO RABBITWARE PLATES. England, late 19th-early 20th century. Virginia Rose border with rabbits and frogs and Single Rose border with rabbit and frog center. 9.5”d. $150-$350

BUTTER PRINT. American, mid 19th century. Feather edge pinwheel with inset handle. 4.5”d. $100-$200

386 TWO RABBITWARE PLATES. England, late 19th-early 20th century. Bull’s eye center with rabbit border and Virginia Rose border with rabbit and frog center. 9.5”d. $200-$400

390 388 REDWARE CREAMER. Probably Galena, Illinois, 2nd half-19th century. Light green & orange glaze. Applied handle. Rim flake. 4.5”h. Ex Carleton Brown (Michigan). $100-$200

BUTTER PRINT. American, mid 19th century. Peafowl. Missing handle. 4”d. $100-$300

391 FOUR MINIATURE BASKETS. American, early 20th century, woven splint. All with bentwood handles. Three buttocks, one with original red paint and one melon rib. 4” to 5.5”h. $150-$350

392 STORAGE BENCH. American, early 19th century, pine. Paneled chest with a spindle back, and retaining an old, blue-gray paint. 22”h. seat, 31”h. overall, 54”l. $800-$1,200

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BUTTER PADDLE. American, 19th century, curly maple. Good patina with well carved handle. 9”l. Ex Pick Richardson. $200-$400

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DECORATED TREENWARE CONTAINER. American, 19th century. Original vinegar graining. Alligatored surface. 6”h. $250-$450

RABBITWARE MUG. England, late 19th-early 20th century. Bull’s eye with rabbit and frog borders. 5.5”h. $400-$600

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RABBITWARE PLATE. England, late 19th-early 20th century. Virginia Rose border with rabbits playing baseball. English registry mark. 9.5”d. $600-$800

CORNER CUPBOARD. American, mid 19th century, poplar. Onepiece, small size with a shaped skirt and old red paint. 79.5”h. 42.5”w. 21.5”d., requires a 28” corner. Ex Clark Garrett (Ohio). $1,000-$2,000

396 RABBITWARE PLATE. England, late 19th-early 20th century. Virginia Rose border with grey transfer panels of rabbits. 9.5”d. $400-$700

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TWO MARKING SAMPLERS. Probably American, mid 19th century. One silk on linen, dated 1848 and signed “Mary Taylor 9”. In a frame, 8.75”h. 9.5”w. And one blue silk on cotton by Eliza Gill with moral saying. In a frame, 11”h. 8.5”w. $100-$300 | 53

400 RABBITWARE CHARGER. England, late 19th-early 20th century. Adams Rose center with rabbit and frog border.13”d. $250-$450

401 RABBITWARE PLATTER. England, late 19th-early 20th century. Bull’seye border with frog and rabbit center. 10” x 14.5”. $250-$450

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BURL BOWL American, 19th century, maple. Turned with light scrubbed surface, 6”h. 17”d. $600-$900

NOCTURNAL SCENE BY C.L.V. YOUNG (NEW YORK, MID 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Southwestern setting with sheepherder. 24”h. 30”w., in a late gilt frame, 33.5”h. 39”w. $400-$700

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LAKE SUNAPEE, NH BY GUSTAVE WEIGAND (NEW YORK, 1870-1957). Oil on canvas, signed lower right. Pleasant summer scene. 25”h. 30”w., in a frame, 32”h. 37”w. $800-$1,200

CLASSICAL SERVER OR WASHSTAND. American, 2nd quarter-19th century, mahogany and poplar. High backsplash with bookmatched veneer with one rounded drawer, a lower shelf, and turned legs. 36.5”h. 24.5”w. 16”d. $300-$600

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INLAID BOX. American, 2nd half-19th century, pine. Inlaid veneer with geometric designs, birds and hearts. Fitted interior tray is later. 8”h. 14”w. $200-$400

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407 TWO PAINTINGS. Both oil on artistboard, signed lower left. Old Dutch Reformed Church by John Thomason (New York, 20th century). 24.5”h. 30.5”w. And a sailing ship probably by Janet Edna Greenleaf (California/Rhode Island, 20th century). 20.5”h. 26.5”w. Both in frames. $200-$300

408 INLAID HEPPLEWHITE CHEST. Possibly Canadian, early 19th century, birch and pine. Two over three drawers with string inlay, over a shaped skirt and French feet. Imperfections. 43”h. 43”w. 18.5”d. $400-$800

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FOLKSY LANDSCAPE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Boaters on a lake with a young child fishing off the dock. Surface wear. Unframed, 16”h. 24”w. $100-$300

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TWO PAINTINGS. American, late 19th century, oil on artist board. Both signed lower right. Sailing ship Minerva by C. Wilson (Michigan), 21.75”h. 26.5”w., and Niagara Falls by Mrs. A.V. Fluhrer, 25”h. 31.5”w. Both in frames. $200-$400

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411 FOUR DECOYS. American, mid 20th century, wood. Original paint. Two have glass eyes, one has tack eyes. 11” to 14”. The fourth is signed and branded for “Clare Londrigan ‘83”. 10.5”l. Varying wear. $200-$300

412 FOUR DECOYS. American, mid 20th century, wood. Original paint, two have glass eyes, one has tack eyes, 12” to 14”l. The fourth is signed in ball point pen “Charlie Birdsall, Ruth Vail Studio”. 11.5”l. Varying wear. $200-$400

413 SET OF FOUR CARVED SHOREBIRDS. American, 20th century. Plovers with original paint and glass eyes. Branded “Stevens”. 4.5” to 14”h. $200-$300 411 - 412

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414 DECORATED CUPBOARD. Probably northern Indiana, dated 1883, poplar. Two-piece, the upper section with two glazed doors, the lower section with three drawers over two doors, all on shaped feet. Retains its original orange and red paint decoration, with green trim, and stenciled accents, including stars, “1883”, and initials “SY” and “JY.” 82”h. 57”w. 21.5”d. $4,000-$8,000

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WARDROBE. Probably Ohio, Stark-Wayne County area, mid 19th century, cherry and poplar. Two-part wardrobe, with a lift-off cornice, paneled doors, shellcarved central stile, and a shaped base. Old finish. 84.5”h. 64.5”w. 23”d.

SHERATON DROP LEAF STAND. Probably Ohio Western Reserve, 2nd quarter-19th century, curly maple and pine. Two leaves, turned legs, and a good old finish. 29”h. 15.5”w. (closed) 29”w. (open) 18”d. Found near Hudson. $300-$600

POTTERY DOG. Attributed to Crooksville, Ohio, late 19th-early 20th century, white clay. Seated mastiff with tan sponging and blue accents, 6.5”h. $200-$400

The two-part construction of this wardrobe is similar to the construction of wardrobes from the Mennonite communities of Sonnenberg and Bluffton, but the carving, particularly the shells, are reminiscent of the rococo carving that appears on furniture from the Franco-German town of Louisville (Stark County). $5,500-$7,500

417 STONEWARE JUG. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Ovoid with two applied handles. Impressed “S. Purdy, Ohio, 2”. Rim flakes. 11.5”h.

419 POTTERY LION. Probably Ohio, early 20th century, white clay. Reclining lion signed “Jacob. Gesaman. Oct. 11th, 1906”. 6.5”l. Ex Garth Oberlander (Ohio). $150-$350

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PAPER CUTOUT ATTRIBUTED TO SEYMOUR LINDSAY (LEXINGTON, OHIO, 1848-1927). Delicate cutout of trees, birds and squirrels surrounding a flower pot of tulips. In a frame, 7.5”h. 9.5”w. $400-$600

DRAWING OF THE GRANVILLE FEMALE COLLEGE. Ohio, mid 19th century, pencil on paper. Depicts the main building and two others surrounded by fences. Stain. In a worn gilt frame, 11.25”h. 15.25”w. $100-$200

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OHIO BIRTH CERTIFICATE. Columbiana County, 1836, watercolor on paper. Shaded lettering surrounded by stenciled leafy branches. In a frame, 12.5”h. 10”w.

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GROUP OF OHIO HISTORY BOOKS. Includes Galbreath, History of Ohio (4 of 5 volumes); Lee, History of the City of Columbus, Ohio (2 volumes), Geology of the Columbus Quadrangle (a bulletin of the Geological Survey of Ohio), and a reprint of the 1880 History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties. $100-$200

Rebecca was the youngest of ten children born to John Hatcher (1795-1841) and Rebecca Adamson (1794-1857), early residents of Middleton Township, Columbiana County. $200-$400

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FRAKTUR. Printed by Johann Ritter, Reading, Pennsylvania, and handcolored. Records a birth in Lancaster County, 1830. Imperfections. In a frame, 21”h. 17”w. $100-$300

424 DECORATED SAFE. Pixley Safe Company, Toledo, Ohio, late 19th century, iron. Retains its original paint decoration, and documentation with combination. 32”h. 20.5”w. 21”d. $300-$600

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DECORATED CUPBOARD. American, 19th century, pine. One-piece, with shelves over four drawers over two doors, all on a molded base. Old green and white paint. 75”h. 56.5”w. 19”d. $1,500-$2,500

426 HOOKED RUG. From Mt. Blanchard, Ohio, early 20th century. Room size in a basket weave pattern. Some wear. 9’8” by 14’4”. $400-$800

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430 “ASYLUM” FOOD OR PIE SAFE. Ohio, poplar. Two doors and one drawer, the tins punched with a geometric design and “D&D Asylum”. Refinished. 57.75”h. 41”w. 17.5”d. $400-$800

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432 FLOCK OF SHEEP BY ALFRED BRYAN WALL (PITTSBURGH, 1861-1935). Oil on artist board, signed lower right. Shepherd with flock. Backed on masonite. 10”h. 12”w., in a frame, 13.5”h. 15.5”w. $200-$400 432

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THREE PIECES OF SEWERTILE. Ohio, early 20th century. Two tree trunks by J. Moore, Uhrichsville (unsigned), one made into a lamp, 6.5”, 10”h. and a frog, 6”l. $150-$350

POTTERY DOG. Attributed to Atwater, Summit County, Ohio, late 19th-early 20th century, white clay. Seated spaniel with bristol glaze and blue highlights. 9.75”h. $400-$600

POTTERY DOG. Attributed to Crooksville, Ohio, late 19th-early 20th century, white clay. Seated mastiff with blue sponging and brown accents. 6.5”h. $250-$450

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435A CARVED PLAQUE BY ELIJAH PIERCE (OHIO, 1892-1984). Bas relief carved plywood fixed to cardboard with original polychrome paint. Signed on the back in marker "E. Pierce 1979" along with "Not for Sale". Original frame. 17"h. 23"w. Striking example of Pierce's illustrations of Biblical stories. This work shows the scene from the Bible's Book of Numbers, Chapter 13, Verse 23 where two of Moses' scouts ("spies") are returning from the Promised Land "with one cluster of grapes, and they bear it between two upon a staff; and they brought of the pomegranates, and of the figs". In addition are two labels, one with the title <i>The Spies<p> from a gallery exhibition and the other a collection tag from the Columbus Museum of Art with its museum number of 85.3.86 (also numbered on the back of the piece). $3,000 - $6,000

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436 GROUP OF FOLK ART OF OHIO INTEREST. Huron County, Ohio, late 19th century, wood and iron. All with old red. Includes a sled, 36”l., a wheelbarrow, 29”l., and two wagons, 10”l. and 23”. excluding handles. Accompanying these items is a letter, dated February 11, 1896, from Clarence Berkircher in Centerton (Huron County) in which he describes the present sled, wagon, and wheelbarrow made by his Uncle Charley. $200-$400

437 TABLE-TOP CUPBOARD. New Bremen, Ohio, mid-19th century, cherry and walnut. Dovetailed case with two diamond-paneled doors on pintle hinges. Imperfections. 30”h. 37”w. 13.5”d. $400-$800

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438 COUNTRY CUPBOARD. Midwestern, mid 19th century, pine. Two raised panel doors with lower tins punched with an urn of flowers. Old cream paint. Imperfections. 76”h. 52”w. 19”d. $1,000-$2,000

439 TWO SEWERTILE HUMIDORS. Ohio, early 20th century. In the form of tree trunks. One inscribed “BM 1919”, 5”h. and one with dog finial, 7”h. Flakes. $100-$200

440 CAST IRON LAMP. Attributed to Marble Furnace, Adams County, Ohio, ca. 1820. Grease lamp with double spout and scalloped edge saucer base. 6.25”h. $400-$600

441 SEWERTILE STUMP PLANTER. Ohio, early 20th century. Tree stump. Edge flakes. 9.5”h. $75-$150

442 TWO PIECES OF SEWERTILE. Ohio, 20th century. Piggy bank, 10”h. and a Scottie dog humidor. Flakes. 5”h. Ex Garth Oberlander (Ohio). $150-$350 438 62 | GARTH’S May 17-18, 2013: Americana www.garths.com

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443 PARROTS BY ALFRED PETTINGILL (ENGLAND/OHIO, 1837-1914). Oil on artist board, initialed and dated 1892 lower right. Parrots and butterflies near a lake. Small tear. In a frame, 22.5”h. 26”w. $700-$900

444 PRINTED FRAKTUR. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Hand colored with English text recording a birth in Coshocton County, 1829. Taped tears. In a frame, 17.25”h. 14.25”w. $150-$300

445 SEWERTILE DOG. Probably Ohio, early 20th century. Roughly molded with old green paint applied to the base. Edge chip. 7.5”l. $75-$125

446 WESTERN LANDSCAPE BY ARCHIBALD MCNEAL WILLARD (OHIO, 1836-1918). Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1902 lower right. Identified on verso as Provo, Utah. 15”h. 22”w., in a gilt oak frame, 23”h. 30”w. $600-$1,200

447 DECORATED HANGING CUPBOARD. Tom King, Delaware, Ohio, 20th century, pine. One four-pane door over two drawers, with red and blue paint. 37”h. 25.5”w. 10”d. $200-$400

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448 OHIO SAMPLER. Ursuline School, Tiffin, Seneca County, ca 1872, wool on cotton. Elaborate alphabet over the prayer Hail Mary. Signed by fourteen-year-old Maggie Grubel, who included her school and its location. In a frame, 28.5”h. 20”w.

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DECORATED CUPBOARD. Pennsylvania, mid 19th century, pine and poplar. Two-piece, the upper section with a nine-pane door, the lower section with one drawer and one raised-panel door, all on bracket feet. Retains old red and black paint, similar to that used in Soap Hollow. 82.5”h. 44”w. 16.5”d. $1,000-$2,000

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GROUP OF CONTEMPORARY TIN ITEMS. Made by Howard Barber (Ohio, 2nd half-20th century). Chandelier, 30”h., candlemold, candle sconce, three lanterns and a coffee pot, 11”h. All signed. $200-$400

TWO BLOWN GLASS JARS. Midwestern, mid 19th century. Clear blown jars with lids. 4”, 6.5”h. $200-$400

451 PILLAR MOLD PITCHER AND CELERY. Pittsburgh, mid 19th century. Pitcher has applied handle. 8.5”h. Celery, 8.75”h. $200-$400

452 BLOWN GLASS COMPOTE. Midwestern, mid 19th century. Clear blown compote with faint ribs and folded rim. 5.25”h. $150-$350

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454 BLOWN GLASS SALVER. Probably Wheeling, West Virginia, 2nd quarter-19th century. Hollow and ringed stem and domed foot. 7.5”h. 10”d. $150-$300

455 CLEAR BLOWN LIDDED SUGAR. Midwestern, 2nd quarter19th century. Gallery rim and folded rim on lid. 6.75”h. $300-$600

456 DECORATED CANDLESTAND. Probably Ohio, 19th century, mixed woods. Round top, turned shaft and folksy legs, and retaining its original paint, including a yellow checkerboard on the top with names on each side (Frank Smiley, Fred Henry Lewis, Daniel Hilbrant Wood). Mounted under the top is a swiveling drawer to hold gaming pieces. 27.5”h. 20.5”d. $500-$1,000

457 STONEWARE CROCK. Ohio, early 20th century. Large crock with two applied handles and stamped label “Maurice Knight Acid Proof Chemical Stoneware”. 13”h. $100-$300

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458 TWO STONEWARE PIECES. American, mid 19th century. Ovoid jug impressed “Chace, Somerset, [Massachusetts] 2”. Applied strap handle. 14”h. And an Ohio crock with cobalt script label “Hormell & Smyth”. Two applied handles. Stains. 14”h. $150-$300

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COUNTRY SOFA. New Bremen, Ohio, mid 19th century, walnut. Serpentine back, scrolled arms, and splayed legs, and a hinged lifting system on one end to raise one’s head. Retains its original finish, and later, but very appropriate, cushions. 14.5”h. seat, 33.5”h. overall, 83”l. Purchased at estate sale of Ida Heinfield estate (New Bremen) in 1978. $800-$1,200

Archibald Willard witnessed the Civil War first hand, serving in Company C, 86th OVI as a sergeant and later reenlisting in the 176th OVI. During his service, the 87th were involved in the capture of some of the Morgan’s Raiders in Ohio and were garrisoned at Cumberland Gap from the fall in September 1863 to January 1864. During this time, Willard sketched scenes of camp life and the surrounding area. After the war, some of his drawings were reproduced by Cleveland photographer, James F. Ryder. In the July 1912 issue of The Housekeeper, Willard was quoted as followed “ During the Civil War, I was a soldier, and I drew pictures of camp and army life ...I may still have some pictures which I made while our regiment lay at Cumberland Gap.”

460 CIVIL WAR SKETCH BY ARCHIBALD M. WILLARD (OHIO, 1836-1918). Graphite on paper, unsigned. Three Union soldiers climbing the stone ruins of a mill, the race still providing water to the wheel. Probably in the Cumberland Gap area. 6.75”h. 9.5”w. Taken from sketchbook. This collection, along with the paintings offered as lots 446 and 475, descended from a Cleveland neighbor of Willard’s , who was given it by the artist prior to Willard’s death in 1918. $300-$600

462 CIVIL WAR SKETCH BY ARCHIBALD M. WILLARD (OHIO ,1836-1918). Graphite on paper, unsigned. Troops marching by wooden sided homes, the civilians lined up to watch, a cannon barrel separated from its carriage lays by the road side. Probably in the Cumberland Gap. 7.75”h. 11”w. Taken from sketchbook. $300-$600

463 TWO CIVIL WAR SKETCHES BY ARCHIBALD WILLARD (OHIO, 1836-1918). Graphite on paper, unsigned. View overlooking encampment and soldier watering his horse in the river, and a mounted soldier riding away by rail fence, reverses to drawing of a floor plan. Probably scenes in the Cumberland Gap. 7.5”h. 13”w., 7.75”h. 13”w. Both taken from sketchbook. $200-$400

464 TWO CIVIL WAR SKETCHES BY ARCHIBALD WILLARD (OHIO, 1836-1918). Graphite on paper, unsigned. Two of the same scene, one a preliminary, overlooking a valley with a fortification, possibly Fort McCook or Fort Lyon, on a hilltop and an encampment below. The draft reverses to a drawing of classical building. 7.75”h.13.5”w., 8”h. 13.5”. $300-$600

461 CIVIL WAR SKETCH BY ARCHIBALD WILLARD (OHIO, 1836-1918). Graphite on paper, unsigned. Four soldiers resting by the side of road, probably in the Cumberland Gap, one sleeping, the others gazing into the distance. 7.5”h. 11”w. Taken from sketchbook. $300-$600

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465 TWO CIVIL WAR SKETCHES BY ARCHIBALD WILLARD (OHIO, 1836-1918). Graphite on paper, unsigned. One is a view of a valley dotted with farms and convoys of wagons winding down the road. Perspective exercise on reverse, and sketch of hillsides with leafless trees. Probably Cumberland Gap scenes. 8”h. 11”w., 7.75”h. 11”w. Taken from sketchbook. $200-$400

466 PAIR OF SEWERTILE PLANTERS. Ohio, early 20th century. Footed with rough texture surface. Stamped “Cambria Clay Products Co. Blackfork, Ohio”. Chips. 10.5”h. 10.5” x 10.5”. $300-$600

467 LARGE STONEWARE CROCK. Ohio, late 19th century. Faint label for Weeks Pottery, Akron. Brushed cobalt “40”. Cracks with make do repair. 31”h. $200-$400 | 65

468 END STALL BY ROBERT ALAN GOUGH (OHIO, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower left, dated 1971. Barn. 16”h. 24”w., in a frame, 22”h. 30”w. $400-$600

469 BACK FIELD WHITE BY ROBERT ALAN GOUGH (OHIO, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower left, dated 1982. Winter field. 16”h. 12”w., in a frame, 21.75”h. 17.75”w. $250-$500

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470 TWO ANIMALS BY CHESTER NICODEMUS (COLUMBUS, OHIO, 20TH CENTURY). Redware, stamped on underside. Robin, 4”h., and raccoon, 4.5”h. $75-$150

471 FOLKSY CLOCK SHELF. New Bremen, Ohio, mid 19th century, walnut. Exaggerated lobed design with a porcelain knob and original finish. 13”h. 16”w. This shelf design has only been documented in a very specific area of New Bremen, and only a handful of examples are known. Exhibited and illustrated in Equal in Goodness: Ohio Decorative Arts 1788-1860, entry 145. $300-$600

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472 FINE PARQUETRY GAME BOARD. American, late 19th century. Finely inlaid two sided board with gallery. 13” x 13.5”. An accompanying note states it was made by Dietrich Hoffmann, a cabinet maker in Coventry, Kentucky in 1890. $400-$800

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CLASSICAL SIDEBOARD. Midwestern, possibly Cincinnati, 1825-1850, mahogany and poplar. Three drawers over four doors, with rope-turned columns and Corinthian capitals, and a slide on the right side. Imperfections. 44”h. 70.5”w. 23.5”d. Ex Ted and Harriet Schmidt (Ohio). $1,000-$2,000

474 THREE OCCUPATIONAL SKETCHES BY ARCHIBALD WILLARD (OHIO, 1836-1918). Graphite on paper, signed, 3rd quarter-19th century. Laborer with ax slung over shoulder, initialed upper right, and man with a feather duster, opening a game table, signed upper right. Together with a baker, wearing cap and apron, forming a loaf of bread, signed lower left. 10.75”h. 7.25”w. Taken from sketchbook. $300-$600

475 OIL STUDY BY ARCHIBALD WILLARD (OHIO, 1836-1918). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Head of boy, probably study for a version of The Spirit of ‘76, 9.5”h. 8”w. $300-$600

476 STUDIES FOR THE SPIRIT OF ‘76 BY ARCHIBALD WILLARD (OHIO, 1836-1918). Etchings on paper. Four versions of the same plate of the fife player’s head with Willard’s handwritten production notes, unsigned, and three versions of the older drummer, signed in the plate, also with production notes. 12.50”h. 10.75”w. $300-$600

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GROUP OF SKETCHES BY ARCHIBALD WILLARD (OHIO, 1836-1918). Six graphite on paper, four signed or initialed, 4th quarter 19th-early 20th century. Individual male figures, some sitting and one with rifle and one with umbrella, 10.75”h. 7.25”w., and two-sided drawing, roses and a tower, 9.75”h. 7”w.. Together with photograph of a Willard painting, probably a GAR gathering, signed and dated 1907 on print, 11”h. 14”w. $200-$400

SUGAR LOAF FRINGE BY ROBERT ALAN GOUGH (OHIO, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower left, dated 1973. Field. 12”h. 16”w., in a frame, 19”h. 23”w. $250-$500

478 CORNFIELD WITH PUMPKINS BY ADDISON T. MILLAR (OHIO/NEW YORK, 1860-1913). Watercolors on paper, signed and dated 1888 lower left. Shocks of corn in a field was a favorite subject of Millar, unframed, 10.25”h. 14”w. Likely collected by Archibald Willard, and descended with the collection of sketches offered in this auction. $300-$600

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480 UNDERCOVER BY ROBERT ALAN GOUGH (OHIO, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower left, dated 1981. Barn overhang. 12”h. 16”w., in a frame, 13.5”h. 18”w. $250-$500

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481 THE PLOWING HAT BY ROBERT ALAN GOUGH (OHIO, 20TH CENTURY). Pencil on paper, signed lower right. Portrait of a farmer. In a frame, 19”h. 21.5”w. $150-$300

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SEWERTILE DOG. Ohio, late 19th-early 20th century. Heavy seated spaniel on an octagonal base. 11”h. $150-$350

FOLK ART DANCING FIGURE. Ohio, 2nd half-19th century. Carved wooden figure with articulated legs and dark patina. From a farm in Minster, Ohio. Loss to hand. 8.5”h. Modern wooden base. $250-$450

DOCUMENT BOX. Ohio, mid 19th century, walnut. Dovetailed box of thick boards with a slide lid. 7”h. 11.5” x 11.5”.

483 SEWERTILE DOG. Probably Ohio, late 19th-early 20th century. Seated spaniel on a rounded base with dark olive green glaze. 10”h. $200-$300

From a lodging house, ca. 1850s, located on the Miami Erie Canal, Minster, Ohio. $400-$600

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TWO BOXES. Ohio, mid 19th century. Ash hanging box with original red paint. Found on a farm outside New Bremen, Ohio. 7.25”h. 12.5”w. and a walnut dovetailed slide lid box. Fitted interior. From a Minster, Ohio estate. 4”h. 9.5”w. $400-$600

IMPORTANT OHIO SAMPLER. Woodsfield, Monroe County, 1840, silk on linen. An urn overflowing with flowers, a classic verse and a delicate double border. Mary Ann Kirkbride proudly stitched her name, her location and the date. In a frame, 18.5”h. 14”w.

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TWO BOXES. American, 2nd half-19th century, walnut. Sliding lid with fitted interior, 7”h. 14”w. and hanging box with lift lid and applied molding. Worn old refinishing. 7.25”h. 11”w. Found in the New Bremen, Ohio area. $250-$500

Featured in Studebaker, Ohio Is My Dwelling Place, pg. 190 as the sole Monroe County sampler. The maker may have been the Mary Ann born in 1825 to David Kirkbride and his wife, Pluma Alford, successful early residents of Woodsfield. $2,000-$4,000

487 PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN ATTRIBUTED TO JASPER P. MILES (CONNECTICUT/OHIO, 1782-1849 ). Oil on wooden board, unsigned. Finely painted profile of a young woman seated in a decorated chair. A faint pencil note on the back notes it is Mrs. Homer Brooks and was painted in Berlin, Erie County, Ohio,1846 by a Mr Miles. 9”h. 6.75”w., in a frame, 11”h. 9”w. Ex Eicholtz (Pennsylvania).

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489 SHERATON BLOCK-FRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS. Central Kentucky, 1815-1830, curly maple, cherry, and poplar. Blocked front with four drawers and turned legs. Imperfections. 39”h. 38.5”w. 22”d. Furniture of this distinctive form was made by a small number of shops in central Kentucky. A miniature chest and one-drawer stand of this group sold as part of the Jim Dawson sale in these rooms in October 2004, lots 175 and 176. $800-$1,200

490 TWO TASTERS. Pittsburgh, 2nd quarter-19th century. Arched panels. Sapphire (flake) and cobalt, 2.5”h. $75-$100

491 DECORATED STEPBACK CUPBOARD. Ohio, mid 19th century, poplar. Two-piece, the upper section with four eight-pane doors; the lower section with four paneled doors. Retaining its original brown over cream paint, including faux bird’seye and curly maple. 88.5”h. 92”w. 16”d. $4,000-$8,000

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492 WOODED SCENE BY MICHAEL STRIEBY NACHTRIEB (OHIO, 1835-1916). Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1896 lower left. Two men at a stream. 9.5”h. 17”w., in a frame, 13”h. 21”w. Nachtrieb, born in Wooster, Ohio, was a primarily self-taught decorative, portrait and still-life painter. Mainly active in Ohio and on the Mississippi River steamboats, painting landscapes and portraits, Nachtrieb also spent a short period in New York at the Art Students League. $800-$1,200 492

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PAPER CUTOUT BY JOHN BROWN WALKER (OHIO, 1815-1908). Signed and dated 1887. Elaborate image cut from heavy stock with foil and colored paper accents. Heart in hand with “Susan Carey”. Inked verse in one corner. In a frame, 19.5”h. 15”w. $600-$900

SEWERTILE DOG. Ohio, early 20th century. Seated spaniel with hand tooled details. 10.5”h.

THREE OHIO RELATED ITEMS. Late 19th-early 20th century. Zoar cash book with advertising for Paine’s Celery compound and a printed 1881 calendar with the state capitol building, in a frame, 12”h. 9”w. Together with a majolica owl pitcher labeled “Morley & Co. Majolica, Wellsville, O.”, 8.5”h. $200-$300

494 COFFEE BIN AND CHURN. Ohio, 19th century. Includes a Jersey Coffee bin in original red and black paint, with “Dayton Spice Mills Co.” stenciled on the top, a stamped label for M.E. Guttman’s Dry Goods in Gutman, Ohio on the inside, and M.E. Gutman’s name written on back with “Wapakoneta, Ohio”. 32”h. 22”w. 16.5”d. Together with a “No. 3 10 Gallon” stave churn by the Standard Churn Company of Wapakoneta. 41.5”h. with dasher. $250-$500

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496 SEWERTILE DOG. Ohio. Seated dog with incised designs and date “1930”. 10.5”h. See Illustrated Handbook of Ohio Sewer Pipe Folk Art by Jack Adamson for similar examples. $150-$350

498 FOLK ART CAKE OR PLANT STAND. Possibly Midwestern, ca. 1900, mixed woods. Octagonal top resting on a standard and base comprised of thread spools of different sizes. Retains a warm, old finish. 11.75”h., 12”d. $200-$400

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A COMBAT BETWEEN A WILD BOAR, AND A LIONESS BY J.M. WHITLATCH (OHIO/WEST VIRGINIA, EARLY-MID 20TH CENTURY). Ink on paper, signed lower right and dated 1930, location given as Bridgeport, Ohio. Large Spencerian depicting a fierce battle, while a crocodile looks on. In a period frame, 34 3/4”h. 45”w. Ex Samaha (Ohio), ex Carl and Joyce Mueller (Ohio),sold at Garth’s Auctions, lot 519, January 6, 2012. $900-$1,200

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500 FOLK ART STONE DOG. Portsmouth, Ohio, 3rd quarter-19th century. Folksy carved dog on plinth. 46â&#x20AC;?l. Ex Mike Clum (Ohio). According to tradition, this dog was carved by a tombstone carver named Farmer, who came to Ohio from Virginia in the mid 19th century. The dog descended in the Farmer family until purchased by Mike Clum in the 1990s. Family lore states that Mr. Farmer carved the dog as a gift for his wife. $35,000-$45,000

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STILL LIFE ATTRIBUTED MICHAEL STRIEBY NACHTRIEB (OHIO, 1835-1916). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Apples on a white table cloth. 18”h. 22”w., in a frame, 25”h. 29.5”w. See lot 492 for artist information. $600-$800

IMPORTANT OHIO AND PENNSYLVANIA DYE MANUSCRIPT RECIPE LEDGER. Inscribed “John Logan’s Book 1836 Butler Penn”. Detailed recipes for dyeing large quantities of wool and silk collected from dyers in western Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio during the late 1830 to the mid 1840’s, including extensive notes from “Thomas Foster Dyer for the Steubanville Manufactory”. Most intriguing are the colored fabric and yarn samples glued below the recipes. Original leather covered boards have wear and insect damage and loss to woolen samples. 4” x 7.75”. Includes separate handmade notebook with copies of some of the dye recipes, 6.25” x 4”. . $250-$500

502 LANDSCAPE ATTRIBUTED TO MICHAEL STRIEBY NACHTRIEB (OHIO, 1835-1916). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Children gathering flowers in the woods. 18.5”h. 35”w., in a frame, 25.5”h. 38.5”w. See lot 492 for artist information. $800-$1,600

502A CAST-IRON STOVE. Martin Henderson and Company, Hanging Rock, Ohio, 3rd quarter-19th century. In the form of a Victorian house with a mansard roof, and the windows fitted with mica. In the base is case "1919 and EDEN." 30"h. $300-$600

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504 BOOKPLATE. Watercolor and ink on paper. Dated 1867 Sonnenberg, Ohio book plate for Verena Tschanz. Glued to the inside cover of a Book of Psalms printed in Lancaster, Pennsylvania 1865. Several pages are stamped “Fanny Tschanz”. Stains and some edge damage. 6.5”h. 4”w. Fanny Tschantz was born to Peter A.Tschantz (1837-1905) and Anna, nee Hofsetter, (1842-1919). In the 1880 Sugar Creek Township, Wayne County census Fanny is fifteen and living with her parents and two brothers. It appears she never married and lived with her parents. They are all buried in the Sonnenburg Mennonite Cemetery in Kidron, Wayne County, Ohio. $400-$800

505 SEWERTILE COLLIE. Ohio, early 20th century. Molded standing collie inscribed “ES”. 9.5”h. Ex Tom and Carolyn Porter (Ohio). See Illustrated Handbook of Ohio Sewer Pipe Folk Art by Jack Adamson for similar examples. “ES” is listed in Adamson’s book as working in Tuscarawas County, Ohio. $200-$300 72 | GARTH’S May 17-18, 2013: Americana www.garths.com

506 SEWERTILE DOWNSPOUT. Ohio, late 19th-early 20th century. Brick with an open-mouthed lion. Chip. 13”h. $150-$350

507 SEWERTILE DOG. Ohio, early 20th century. Spaniel with unusual form and heavily tooled coat. 7.5”h. $150-$350 506 - 510

508 SEWERTILE LION. Probably Ohio, early 20th century. Reclining lion, signed on the base “_.P. Alwood”. Wear. 8.5”l. $75-$150

509 THREE LIONS. Ohio, late 19th century, white clay. A facing pair with old gold paint. Wear. 10”l. and a single on a scalloped base. 9.5”l. All have some flaking. $200-$400

510 DECORATED MINIATURE CHEST OF DRAWERS. Ohio, mid-19th century, pine and poplar. Original comb graining. Applied half turnings, turned legs and four dovetailed drawers. Minor edge loss. 16.5’h. 14”w. 8”h. Ex Terry McFadden (Ohio). Found in a Zanesville, Ohio home, probably originally from Muskingham or Fairfield counties. $400-$600

511 UNUSUAL LIBRARY BOOKCASE. Possibly Ohio, 1825-1850, cherry and poplar. Two-piece, the upper section is a bookcase with unusual glazed doors, the lower section has three drawers flanked by two doors. Imperfections. 107”h. 54”w. 19”d. This bookcase, along with the sideboard offered as lot 518, descended in the Putnam and Biszantz families of Marietta, Ohio, and were once part of the furnishings of the Third Street home of Benjamin (1871-1944) and Laura Putnam, and from them descended to the current owner.

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512 PAIR OF PORTRAITS BY W.H. WILSON (OHIO, MID 19TH CENTURY). Pen and ink on paper, signed and dated 1874. Portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Biszantz of Marietta, Ohio. In oval frames. 14.5”h. 12”w. These were ancestors of Benjamin Putnam’s second wife, Laura Kunz Wiant. See lots 511 and 518 for furniture descended in this family. $100-$200

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513 PORTRAITS OF MR AND MRS A.B. GRIFFIN, (OHIO/AMERICAN SCHOOL, 1840S). Graphite/charcoal on paper, unsigned, The wife dressed in a fashionable tight fitting bodice of the early 1840s and her handsome husband with high collar and rolled lapels. In matching frames, 19.5”h. 16”w. Probably the wedding portraits of Alexander Buell Griffin (1819-1901) and Elvira J Stowe (ca. 1820-ca. 1895), married in Trumbull County Ohio, June 14th, 1843. Griffin, born in Vernon, Oneida County, New York is listed in the Ravenna, Portage County census first as a cabinetmaker in 1850 and by 1880 the owner of the Ravenna Hub Works. He also served as mayor for two terms. They raised three children to adulthood. See Garth’s, May 21, 2011 lot 220 and September 2, 2011, lot 713 for similar portraits possibly done by the same artist. $400-$800

514 DECORATED DESK-AND-BOOKCASE. Northwest Ohio, 2nd half-19th century, walnut. Two-piece, the upper section with raised-panel doors, the lower section with a fall-front desk over four drawers. Retains old brown and yellow graining; the stepped interior with faux curly maple graining and green trim. Imperfections. 83”h. 41”w. 22.5”d., writing surface is 37.5”. $800-$1,200 74 | GARTH’S May 17-18, 2013: Americana www.garths.com

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515 FOLK ART BOOKPLATE. Attributed to Ohio, watercolor and ink on paper. Colorful bird on a branch signed and dated on the back “Benjamin Florey, 1837”. Framed between glass, 6.5”h. 6”w. See lot 516 for another example. $250-$450

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FOLK ART BOOKPLATE. Attributed to Ohio, watercolor and ink on paper. Colorful bird on a flowering branch. Stain. In a frame, 5.5”h. 4.75”w. Ex Hattie Brunner, ex Mary Thornton, sold at Garth’s, January, 1976. By the same hand as lot 515 which is signed and dated by “Benjamin Florey, 1837”. However a note on the backing paper states this was painted by William Frey, 1834, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. $300-$500

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OHIO APPLIQUE QUILT. Probably Hardin County, mid to late 19th century, solid colored cotton. Red and green Princess Feather with double inner borders and stylized fleur-de-lys outer border. Neatly sewn with areas of reverse appliqué. Handsewn and hand quilted in diamond check pattern. Muslin backing. 80” x 82”.

CLASSICAL SIDEBOARD. Possibly Ohio, 1825-1850, mahogany and poplar. Turned and flame-veneered gallery, three drawers over two drawers flanked by doors, all resting on paw feet. Minor imperfections. 54”h. 55”w. 25.5”d.

Attributed to Lillie B. Leonard (18631941) , wife of Dr. Edward Leonard and daughter of Charles and Mary E. Phillips. All were born in Ohio and at various times lived in Knox, Hardin, Morrow and Clinton Counties. The quilt may have been sewn by Mary Phillips (1841-1921)and passed down to her daughter. Both Mary and Lillie are buried in Ada, Hardin County. $300-$500

This sideboard, along with the bookcase offered as lot 511 and, descended in the Putnam and Biszantz families of Marietta, Ohio, and were once part of the furnishings of the Third Street home of Benjamin (1871-1944) and Laura Putnam, and from them descended to the current owner. See additional information in lot 518. $1,500-$3,000

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PRISONER ART INLAID WOOD BOX. Ohio, early 20th century. Parquetry with velvet lined fitted interior. 5.5”h. 12”w. 7”d.

SEWERTILE DOG. Attributed to George Bagnall, Newcomerstown, Ohio (ca. 1860-1890) Seated spaniel with free standing front legs and old black painted details. Edge chips. 10”h. $1,000-$2,000

This piece was made by prisoners at the Ohio Penitentiary in 1903 as a wedding present for Blanche Hershey, the wife of the warden, E.A. Hershey. Included are related photos and documents. $300-$600

521 LANDSCAPE ATTRIBUTED TO MICHAEL STRIEBY NACHTRIEB (OHIO, 1835-1916). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Sunset over a river. 10.25”h. 16.5”w., in a frame, 14”h. 20.5”w. See lot 492 for artist information. $600-$900

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522 SCREEN DOOR OF MIDWESTERN INTEREST. American, 20th century, wood and metal. Removed from Reisner’s Grocery Store in Hidalgo, Illinois. 84”h. 41.5”w. Willie and Bernice Reisner ran their grocery store and filling station in Hidalgo from 1928 until 1969, and the building and contents were liquidated by their daughter in 2010. Additional history included. $100-$200

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LANDSCAPE ATTRIBUTED TO MICHAEL STRIEBY NACHTRIEB (OHIO, 18351916). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Stand of trees. 13”h. 8”w., in a frame, 18.5”h. 13.5”w. See lot 492 for artist information. $300-$600

524 APPLIQUE QUILT. Attributed to Ohio. Signed and dated in ink on corner. “Mary [G] Diele [?] 1861”. Stylized Tulip design in solid red, green and chrome yellow solid colored cotton. Green sashing and sawtooth border. Handsewn and hand quilted in diagonal lines and outlines stitches. Muslin backing. Bright and clean. 84” x 100”.

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FOLKSY CRADLE. Probably Midwestern, 19th century, curly and bird’s-eye maple. Unusual hanging cradle with frame, with highly figured curly maple with bird’s-eye maple at the base, and wrought iron hardware. Older finish. 32.25”h. 16”w. 45”d. $400-$700

PAIR OF SEWERTILE STUMP PLANTERS. Ohio, early 20th century. Almost life size tree stumps, both with the name “West”. 26.5”h. Ex Don Walters (Indiana). $400-$800

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527 WARDROBE OR SCHRANK. New Bremen, Ohio, mid-19th century, walnut and poplar. One-piece, with diamond-panel doors with pintle hinges, over two drawers (with a secret compartment between), all on recessed feet. The interior has a shelf and swinging peg hooks. Retains its original finish. Imperfections. 87”h. 69”w. 24.5”d. Diamond-paneled furniture was made in several MidwesternGerman communities, such as Zoar in Ohio, Oldenburg in Indiana, and Hermann in Missouri. These communities also favored large wardrobes, sometimes made in one piece, such as the example offered here, sometimes made to break down for easier transportation (see the John Auraden Collection, Cowan’s Auctions, October 2004, lot 753). This particular wardrobe has a double-stepped raised panel, which suggests that it may be from the same New Bremen shop as the cupboard and hanging cupboard that sold in these rooms as part of the Carl and Joyce Mueller collection, January 2012, lots 642 and 643. $2,000-$4,000

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IMPRESSIVE BOTTLE WHIMSEY. Made by Charles C. Hoke, Ohio, early 20th century. Two level whimsey in a large bottle with wooden clapboard farm house and school house. Original paint. Each level decorated with beads and supported by wire posts. On a carpet covered wooden base. Some wear and some windows are not in top house. 24.5”h. Ex Robert and Mary Merritt, The Merritt’s Museum of Childhood, Douglassville, Pennsylvania. Sold at Pook & Pook September, 2005.

FINE OHIO CRIB QUILT. New Bremen, Auglaize County, mid-19th century, cotton. Exuberant vining border surrounds centerfield of stylized tulips, Neatly handsewn and quilted in pattern of feathered wreaths, diamonds and rows of triple stitching. The two red bound circular openings fit over the cradle or crib foot posts and kept the quilt from slipping off the child. 45” x 45.5”. Descended in a New Bremen family.

BROAD AXE AND BASIN. Ohio, 2nd quarter-19th century. Brass basin marked “FBS, The Canton Aluminum Co., Canton,O.” Dents and splits. 5.5”h. 19”l. Steel axe head stamped “V.L. Goodman, Powell & Co., Ohio-City”. Wooden handle is probably old replacement. 16”l. overall.

Several handwritten and printed labels identify the maker as Charles Hoke of Center, Ohio, 1904 including one for “C.C. Hoke’s Museum of Artistic Wonders...” $4,000-$6,000

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Exhibited in Equal in Goodness: Ohio Decorative Arts 1788 1860 at The Decorative Arts Center in Lancaster , Ohio, January 29 - June 5, 2011 and pictured the catalog of the same name on pg 95. $1,000-$2,000

Ohio City was founded in 1818 and was annexed to Cleveland in 1854. $200-$400

532 SEWERTILE LION. Ohio, early 20th century. Lion with nice detail reclining on scalloped base. Illegible signature. Edge chips. 7”h. $100-$300

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PEWTER PLATE. Ohio, mid 19th century. Rare plate stamped “Sellew & Co., Cincinnati”. 8”d. $900-$1,200

SEWERTILE DOG. Ohio, early 20th century. Seated “flathead” spaniel. 13”h. Ex Betty Willis (Ohio). See Illustrated Handbook of Ohio Sewer Pipe Folk Art by Jack Adamson for similar examples. $400-$600

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MARKING SAMPLER. Probably Darke County, Ohio, 1866, blue silk on linen. Double lettered alphabet and numbers divided by rows of decorative stitches. Signed “Julia Ann Arnott. / November / 1866.” over three simple crosses. In a frame, 17”h. 15.5”w.

TWO PIECES OF SEWERTILE. Ohio, early 20th century. Seated spaniel, 5”h. and hand formed frog, 6”h. Edge flakes. $100-$300

INDIANA FRAKTUR BOOKPLATE. New Harmony, Indiana, dated January 26, 1823, watercolor on paper. Bookplate from a music book, done in red, green and black, for Peter Rosdan in Harmony (now New Harmony). Imperfections. 6.5”h. 4”w, in a modern black frame, 8”h. 6”w. Ex Greg Kramer (Pennsylvania).

The likely maker was the daughter of John and Esther [Hester] Arnott, who were living in Washington Township, with two-year-old Julia in the 1860 Darke County census. She married John Bowers and in April 1881, they are listed in the Darke County birth records as the parents of Andrew Jackson Bowers. $600-$800

536 STONEWARE JAR. American, 2nd half-19th century. Stenciled cobalt label “Manufactured for S. Hutchison & Sons, Matamoras, Ohio”. 10”H. $100-$200

537 PEWTER CANDLESTICKS. Marked for Flagg & Homan, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1st half-20th century. Rare small size. Some dents. 5"h. $75-$150

The Harmonites (also called the Rappites), led by Johann Georg Rapp (1757-1847), fled religious persecution in Germany, settling in Butler County, Pennsylvania in 1804. Between 1814 and 1815, the community moved west, settling along the Wabash River in what was originally called Harmony, now called New Harmony. They remained there until 1824 when they decided to return to Pennsylvania. $300-$500

539 INDIANA SAMPLER. Richmond, Wayne County, 1841, silk on linen. Floral vine surrounds the sampler’s edges and encircles the maker’s name and date “Lydia Atkinson / 1841”. She includes a religious verse and the location, “Richmond, Indiana, June 23rd”. The pictorial section depicts a field with a figure, cracking a whip, driving a brown and white cow home and a red brick house partially obscured by a large tree.

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541 OHIO PIECED QUILT. Probably Hardin County, 3rd quarter 19th century, blue cotton print on white. Well executed Feathered Star with Wild Goose border. Handsewn and hand quilted in checked pattern. Muslin backing. 79” x 80”. Attributed to Lillie B. Leonard (1863-1941) , wife of Dr. Edward Leonard and daughter of Charles and Mary E. Phillips. All were born in Ohio and at various times lived in Knox, Hardin, Morrow and Clinton Counties. The quilt may have been sewn by Mary Phillips (1841-1921) and passed down to her daughter. Both Mary and Lillie are buried in Ada, Hardin County. $250-$500

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ASSEMBLY HALL, SCHOOL... (AMERICAN SCHOOL, MID 20TH CENTURY). Watercolor on paper, initialed “JEM” bottom center. Architectural portraits of the buildings for the Institution of the FeebleMinded, Orient, Ohio. Some stains. In a frame, 18.5”h. 32.25”w. $250-$500

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544 TWO POTTERY DOGS. Midwest, late 19th century, white clay. Two seated spaniels, one marked “Souvenir 18771897 F.M. King”. The other has flakes. 6”, 7.5”h. $150-$350

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545 LANDSCAPE BY WILLIAM FRAHME (GERMANY/OHIO/FLORIDA, 18961985). Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1974 lower right. View of lake with sailboat. Cardboard backing original to piece. 20”h. 16”w., in a frame, 24”h. 19.75”w. $100-$200

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SHERATON ONE-DRAWER STAND. Ohio, 1st half-19th century, curly maple and poplar. One cockbeaded drawer and boldly turned legs. Good old finish. 29.75”h. 23.75”w. 21”d. Ex Bill Kandle (Ohio), purchased from an early Canton home. $300-$600

547 POTTERY LION. Ohio, late 19th-early 20th century, white clay. Reclining lion with old paint. Worn. 10”l. $100-$200

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PAIR OF SEWERTILE URNS. American, early 20th century. Art Deco molded designs. Impressed “Clearfield Ky. Lee Clay Products Co.” Drilled for use as jardinières. 20”h. $200-$400

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549 COUNTRY DESK-AND-BOOKCASE. Probably Midwestern, 2nd quarter-19th century, bird’s-eye maple and poplar. Two piece, the upper section with a fourpane door and interior shelves, including ledgerbook shelves, over three bird’s-eye maple drawers; the lower section with two over two bird’s-eye maple drawers, all on turned feet. The interior has pigeonholes. Retains an old red stain. 84.5”h. 54.5”w. 22”d., writing surface is 28.5”h. $1,000-$2,000 | 81

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THE WAY TO THE TOP BY ROBERT ALAN GOUGH (OHIO, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower left, dated 1982. Country road. 16”h. 12”w., in a frame, 24”h. 20”w. $250-$500

BORDERING BY ROBERT ALAN GOUGH (OHIO, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower left, dated 1994. Thawing field. 16”h. 12”w., in a frame, 17”h. 13”w. $150-$300 551

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WALKWAY COVER BY ROBERT ALAN GOUGH (OHIO, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, initialed lower left. Walkway near trees. 12”h. 9”w., in a frame, 19”h. 15.5”w. $250-$500

FIELDS, TREES, AND SKY OF AUTUMN BY ROBERT ALAN GOUGH (OHIO, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on artist board, unsigned. Oak Hill at Chillicothe. 8”h. 10”w., in a frame, 14.75”h. 16.75”w. $100-$200

SMOKEHOUSE BY ROBERT ALAN GOUGH (OHIO, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas board, initialed lower left. Study near Adena. In a frame, 12.5”h. 16.5”w. $150-$300

HOMESPUN SACK AND CHILD’S BONNET. Probably Ohio, 1861, linen and cotton. Stenciled “Benjamin Lichty / 1861” and attributed to the Jacquard coverlet of that name. Blue stripes. 19” x 42”. and a child’s silk bonnet having an old notation “Zoar childs bonnet / 1890’s”.

553 DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. Eastern Ohio, mid 19th century, poplar. Paneled chest with two drawers and resting on turned feet. Retains its original paint, consisting of a variety of decorating techniques. 23.5”h. 39.75”w. 18.75”d. Found near Canfield, Ohio. $1,500-$1,800

554 DRY SINK. Midwestern, 19th century, poplar. High back with two paneled doors and grey paint. 40.5”h. 50”w. 21”d. $400-$800

556 SUNFLOWER BY ROBERT ALAN GOUGH (OHIO, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas board, unsigned. Field near Chillicothe. 8”h. 10”w., in a frame, 15”h. 17”w. $100-$200

558 THREE ANIMALS AND A BANK. Ohio, early 20th century. Sewertile baby’s head bank and a reclining lion, 4.5”, 4”h. and a white pottery seated spaniel, 6.5”h. Together with a cast iron dog, 5”h. $100-$200

Lichty (1811-1882) wove in Wayne and Stark counties and would have used sacks such as this to transport anything from wool to grains to the mill and back. $100-$300

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560 PORTRAIT OF P.T. BARNUM’S ILLINOIS GIANT BOY. Cabinet card, ca.1880. Seated portrait of David Navarro, with backmark “David Navarro, Illinois Giant Boy, Born June 22d 1861 Weight 730. Height 5 Ft. 11 Inch. Age 20.” Chips and soiling. Navarro was born to a prosperous Illinois farming family, but his unusual size drew the attention of P.T. Barnum, who hired him as a teenager, paying him $50 per week, plus an additional $25 per week from the sale of souvenirs, such as cabinet card photographs. Along with other human curiosities, Navarro was “on exhibit” at Harris’s Mammoth Sixth Street Museum in Pittsburgh until his untimely death in 1882. $100-$200

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561 LANDSCAPE BY ROBERT JOHN WICKENDEN (ENGLAND/OHIO, 1861-1931). Oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated 1880. Agricultural scene looking towards the Maumee River near Toledo. 19.75”h. 29.5”w., in a period frame, 26.5”h. 36.5”w. Wickenden followed his older brother from England, arriving in Toledo in 1873. He trained as a photographer, and then studied art in New York and Paris. He ultimately settled, with his family, in Auvers-sur Oise. $250-$500

562 RUFUS PUTNAM SIGNED DOCUMENT. Partially printed Ohio Company land document, recording the sale of land to William Stacy, dated March 26, 1798, signed by Rufus Putnam and countersigned by Benjamin Ives Gilman. 13.5”h. 8”w. As a principal of the Ohio Company of Associates, Rufus Putnam (1738-1824) oversaw land transactions in the Company’s land office in Marietta. $200-$400

563 MONUMENTAL PIE SAFE. New Bremen, Ohio, mid 19th century, walnut and chestnut. Of grand size with a gallery over two four-tin doors on pintle hinges, and resting on a shaped base. Old finish. 69”h. 65”w. 23”d. Much of the furniture produced by the Midwestern Germans was of large scale and very heavily constructed, often using walnut or other hardwoods as secondary woods, and boards exceeding one inch thick. $1,500-$2,500

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TRADE SIGN. American, late 19th-early 20th century, wood. “ The Ohio Dairy Co” with original red, yellow and black paint. One sided. 24”h. 105”w. $500-$800

OHIO JACQUARD COVERLET. George W. Lashels, Huntington Township, Lorain County, 1850, wool and cotton. Centerseam, tied Beiderwand. Blue and white having eight-point star and plumed wreath centerfield bordered with birds and bush on sides and “Ohio” buildings and rose bush at foot. Signed corner blocks included client’s name “Mary A Wellburn”. 76” x 92”. $200-$400

565 SHERATON TALL CHEST OF DRAWERS. Central Ohio, 2nd quarter-19th century, cherry and poplar. Two over four drawers flanked by reeded stiles, shaped skirt, and high turned feet. Retains its original pulls and finish. Minor imperfections. 49”h. 39.5”w. 21.25”w. Purchased at an auction in Centerburg, Ohio, in 1985, and retains a copy of the original sale advertisement. $1,000-$2,000

567 MIDWESTERN AMISH QUILT. Probably Lagrange County, Indiana, 1933, cotton and cotton sateens. Precisely pieced “Baskets” pattern, neatly hand quilted with black in cables, lyres, triple rows and date in corners. Dark green twill backing. From the Monroe Yoder family. 70” x 80”. $300-$600

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DOUBLEWEAVE COVERLET. Randel family, Columbiana County, Ohio, 1st half-19th century, wool and cotton. Blue, red and natural coverlet , cross-stitched “A” “R” at center seam. Descended in family of Alfred Randels and his wife, Meriah Hiscock of Salem, Ohio. 74” x 84”. $100-$200

COLLECTION OF OHIO FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS INCLUDING DAGUERREOTYPE TAKEN BY SAMUEL J. MILLER. Aaron and Huldah Sackett family photoarchive comprised of eight daguerreotypes, from 1/6 plate to a 1/2 plate of the six Sackett daughters in stamped case from the Akron studio of Miller, four ambrotypes of their daughter Thedosia Sackett Hall’s family and a CVD album of relatives. Most of the images are identified.

570 AMISH CRIB QUILT. Probably Holmes County, Ohio, 2nd quarter-20th century, cotton. Nine Patch variation hand quilted in diagonal lines and chain design. 38” x 30”. Ex Midwest Quilt Exchange (Ohio). $150-$300

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OHIO AMISH QUILT. Holmes County, ca.1940s, cotton including chambray. “Streaks of Lightening” in blues and grey, some of the pieces are pieced themselves. Hand quilted in cable and outline pattern. Youth or hired man’s size, 48” x 69”. Purchased from maker in early 1980s. $250-$450

DECORATED CHEST OF DRAWERS. Probably northern Indiana, dated 1879, poplar. Two over four drawers and a scrolled backsplash. Retains its original stenciled decoration, including “M 1879 C”, against a grain-painted ground. Original cast-iron pulls. 52.5”h. 42”w. 20.5”d.

573 INDIANA AMISH QUILT. Lagrange County, 1920s, cotton . “Hole in the Barn Door”, neatly hand quilted in pinwheels, diamonds and cables. Blue chambray cotton backing. Made by Mrs Mast, mother of Jonathon Andrew. 74” x 76” $300-$500

574 INDIANA AMISH QUILT. Hershberger family, Howard County, dated 1941, cotton and cotton sateens. “Dresden Plate��� hand appliquéd and neatly hand quilted in wreaths, diamonds, vining plumes, hearts, and “L H” and the date in corners. Blue backing brought to front as binding. 70” x 80”. $300-$600

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This chest relates to its Soap Hollow forbearers not only because of the incorporation of stenciling in the decoration, but also the shape of the backsplash. Several Soap Hollow families, including cabinetmakers, moved west to Indiana and Michigan in the 1870s, and there they, and likely others influenced by them, made stenciled furniture in a much wider array of forms and decorative schemes than they did in Soap Hollow. This chest is illustrated in Muller, Soap Hollow: The Furniture and Its Makers, p. 50. $800-$1,200

576 SHERATON CHEST OF DRAWERS. Ohio or Pennsylvania, 1820-1850, curly maple, cherry, and pine. Four graduated and cockbeaded drawers, turned feet and glass pulls. 40.5”h. 41”w. 20”d. $350-$700

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BRONZE BUST OF OSCAR MEYER (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY). Cast bronze, unsigned. Foundry mark “Roman Bronze Works Inc. NY”. On a marble plinth. 20”h.

PINE TREE BY ROBERT ALAN GOUGH (OHIO, 20TH CENTURY). Pencil on paper, signed lower right. Study of winter hillside. In a frame, 23.5”h. 30.5”w. $150-$300

This bust was formerly in the board room at Oscar Mayer’s Chicago headquarters. When Oscar Mayer was bought out by General Foods (which later merged with Kraft) in the 1980s, the board room furnishings were moved to the new headquarters in Madison, Wisconsin. At that time, the present bust was gifted to one of the movers. Additional information accompanies this lot, including a letter from the mover who owned the bust. $300-$600

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578 WHITFORD TOLL BY ROBERT ALAN GOUGH (OHIO, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas board, unsigned. Bell. 9”h. 12”w., in a frame, 13.5”h. 16.5”w. $150-$300

WESTERN FRONT BY ROBERT ALAN GOUGH (OHIO, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on artist board, signed lower left. Winter field. 12”h. 9”w., in a frame, 16.75”h. 13.75”w. $150-$300

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581 PLANT AND HILLS BY ROBERT ALAN GOUGH (OHIO, 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas board, unsigned. Field in summer. In a frame, 12.5”h. 15.5”w. $150-$300

582 SEWERTILE PLAQUE. Ohio, 1st half-20th century. Plaque with a woman’s profile. 13”h. Ex Tom and Carolyn Porter (Ohio). $200-$400

583 PAINTED WARDROBE. Tom King, Delaware, Ohio, 20th century, mixed woods. In the Ohio style, knock-down type, with paneled doors and a bracket base. Red stain. 74”h. 69”w. 24.5”d. $250-$500

584 OHIO JACQUARD COVERLET. Woven by William McCellan, Nankin, Orange Township, Ashland County, 1839, wool and cotton. Center seam, tied Beiderwand. Sunburst and lily centerfield, spread wing eagle and “Union” borders. Red, blue and white. Includes client’s name in corner block, “Eliza Thomas”. Good fringe. 72” x 83” $200-$400

585 OHIO JACAQUARD COVERLET. Albert Joseph Siegenthaler, Wooster, Wayne County, 185[8], wool and cotton. Center seam, tied Beiderwand. Foliate tile centerfield, tulip and floral borders. Signed corners blocks. 78” x 81”.

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PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG GIRL (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND QUARTER-19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Smiling blue-eyed girl wearing a blue dress and coral beads, holding out a garland of pink roses. Restoration. 30”h. 25”w., in a frame, 33.5”h. 28.75”w. Ex Clark Garrett (Ohio). $500-$1,000

SPATTERWARE PLATE. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Red and blue bull’s eye. Small rim repairs. 9.25”d. $900-$1,600

587 SPATTERWARE PLATE. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Red border with yellow acorn center. Staining. 8”d. $600-$900

588 SPATTERWARE HANDLELESS CUP AND SAUCER. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Good colors of blue and yellow. $500-$700

591 DECORATED MINIATURE CHEST OF DRAWERS. American, 19th century, pine. Three drawer chest with a slant top and scroll-cut backsplash, and original faux mahogany grain paint. 12”h. 14”w. 9”d. $400-$800 592

592 PRINT BY CURRIER & IVES. American, mid 19th century, handcolored lithograph. Scenery of the Upper Mississippi... C#5422. Some foxing and toning. In a frame, 15”h. 19”w. $250-$450

593 589 TWO SHAKER BOXES. American, late 19th century. Oval bentwood boxes with arched fingers and copper tacks. Two fingers on bases and one on lids. Old, cleaned down red. 3”h. 7.75”l. And old dark blue/green. 3”h. 9”l. Both have minor edge damage. $300-$600

PRINT BY CURRIER & IVES. American, mid 19th century, hand colored lithograph. The Great Fire at Boston C# 1614 (one of the New Best 50). Foxing and staining. In a frame, 14.5”h. 18.5”w. $200-$300

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594 CHIPPENDALE-STYLE SOFA. American, 20th century, mahogany. Camelback sofa with molded arms and legs, and red upholstery. 16”h. seat, 38”h. overall, 78”l. Ex Tom and Carolyn Porter (Ohio). $400-$800

595 THREE SAMPLERS. American or European, silk and wool on linen. Sampler signed “MA Badger” “1870”. Figure with a crook, red and white house and alphabets. In a frame, 13”h. 9.25”w., and small needlework in bright wools stitched by “Gertrude Rees born Jan 15, 1875” “God Is Love”. 8”h. 6”w., in a frame 10”h. 8”w. Together with a sampler dated 1885, partially illegible name, pairs of initials and a rose wreath. In a frame, 18.5”h. 19.3/4”w. $100-$300

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THREE BOXES AND A TELESCOPE. American and European, 18th-19th century. Oval brass tobacco box inscribed “AE IH 1731”, 4”l., and a brass telescope, imperfections, 5”l. closed. Together with a snuff made from a patch box cut from a rifle butt, 4”l. and a wooden bullet container (with bullets). 3”l. $200-$300

TWO FRAMES. American, 2nd half-19th century. The larger, with an engraving, is thermoplastic marked “Diatite Patented Dec. 15, 1868”. 8”h. 6.5”w. The smaller is probably thermoplastic and has a silhouette identified as “Doctor Collins, 1843”, 6.25”h. 5.5”w. $200-$400

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600 LADDERBACK CHAIR AND DRYING RACK. American, 19th century, maple. Woven seat. 15”h. seat, 38”h. overall. Mortised rack. 29”h. 24”w. $100-$300

601 SHAKER CUPBOARD. Union Village, Ohio, 19th century, walnut and pine. One-board top with two paneled doors and a shaped skirt. 29”h. 32”w. 12.5”d. Ex Donald Sprowls. $300-$600

602 STONEWARE JUG AND CROCK. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Both with brushed cobalt flowers. Jug with applied handle impressed “W. Hart, Ogdensburgh, 2”. 13”h. and crock with two applied handles impressed “T. Harignton, Lyons” (sic). The label may have been stamped by an apprentice as the name is misspelled and the “G” is upside down. 13.5”h. $200-$400 600 - 603

603 STONEWARE JUG. American, probably New York or New Jersey, 1st half-19th century. Applied strap handle and unglazed exterior. Impressed “3” with an incised sunflower with cobalt accents. 16”h. $250-$500

604 DECORATED BLANKET CHEST. Probably Pennsylvania, 1st half-19th century, pine. Dovetailed case with three drawers and a shaped skirt, with original blue-grey tulips on a red ground. 29”h. 51”w. 21.5”d. $400-$800

605 POTTERY JAR AND TWO FLOWER POTS. American, 2nd half-19th century. Unglazed flower pot impressed “W.H. Thomas, Huntingdon, Pa.”, 5.5”h., and another of white clay with Albany slip and attached saucer, 5.25”h. Both have hairlines. Together with a redware jar with applied handle and interior glaze. Flakes. 7”h. $250-$450

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THREE CONTEMPORARY REDWARE CHARGERS. American, late 20th century. Signed and dated by Lester Breininger (Pennsylvania). Plate with slip tulip, 10”d., and two sgraffito chargers with flowers and soldier. 12”d. $150-$350

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DECORATED GAMEBOARD. American, 20th century, wood. Black and white squares with black gallery ends. Board trimmed in white. 19” x 31”. $200-$400

BUTTER SCOOP. American, 19th century, maple. Good patina with curl in the carved handle. 9”l. $150-$350

SHAKER BOX. Late 19th century. Oval bentwood box with arched fingers and copper tacks. Three finger base and single on lid. Good patina. 4”h. 10.5”l. $400-$600

610 608 DECORATED GAMEBOARD. American, 20th century, wood. Red and green squares with end galleries 17.5” x 24.5”. $250-$450

TWO GROTESQUE FACE JUGS. American, last quarter-20th century, redware. One inscribed “Ronald Reagan” is signed “Grace Nell Hewell”. Green ash glaze. 11”h. The other is signed “Kyle ‘74”. 7.5”h. $100-$300

613 JELLY CUPBOARD. American, 19th century, pine and poplar. Shaped gallery over one drawer and two doors. Retains its original, grungy red paint. 52”h. 38.5”w. 15”d. $400-$800

611 REDWARE FLOWER POT. Probably Shenandoah Valley, 2nd half-19th century. Mottled green, brown and ivory glaze. Attached saucer. Flakes and hairline. 5.5”h. $200-$300

614 FEDERAL WORK TABLE. New England, early 19th century, maple pine. Rectangular top, tapered legs, and H-stretcher. 26.5”h. 36.5”w. 25.5”d. $400-$800

615 BUCKET AND CARRIER. American, 2nd half-19th century. Shaker stave constructed bucket with original yellow paint and bale handle. Loose staves. 7”h. 10”d. And a round bentwood carrier with lapped seams, bale handle and lid. Old tan paint. 7”h. 11”d. $200-$400

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616 DECORATED GAMEBOARD. American, late 19th-early 20th century. Single board with breadboard ends and Parcheesi in original paint with star designs. Minor wear.18” x 22”. $600-$1,200

617 DECORATED DOMETOP BOX. American, mid-19th century, poplar. Original red and black paint and hardware. 13”h. 26”w. 12.5”d. $200-$400

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PENNSYLVANIA JACQUARD COVERLET. Woven by Martin Hoke, Dover, York County, 1834, wool and cotton. Center seam, tied Beiderwand. “Ladys Fancy” pattern, four rose center field and bird and bush border. Signed in corner blocks. Good fringe. 84” x 97”. $250-$500

THREE CHAIRS. American, 19th century, mixed woods. Includes a ladderback chair with trumpet finials, 16”h. seat, 35.5”h. overall, and two child’s Windsor chairs, 11.5”h. seat, 24”h. overall and 12”h. seat, 27”h. overall. $150-$300

QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIR. New England, 18th century, maple. Solid splat, turned legs and stretchers, and rush seat. 15”h. seat, 38.5”h. overall. Ex Shirley McGill (Illinois). $150-$300

624 620 TWO FEDERAL CANDLESTANDS. American, early 19th century. Includes a mahogany dishtop stand, 29”h. 14.75”d., and a maple stand with square top with ovolo corners, 27.5”h. 16.5” square. $250-$500

SET OF FOUR DECORATED WINDSOR CHAIRS. American, 1820-1850, mixed woods. Halfspindle back Windsors with original fruit and floral decoration against a mauve ground. 17.5”h. seat, 32.5”h. overall. $200-$400

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PAIR OF BOWBACK WINDSOR CHAIRS. American, late 18th-early 19th century, mixed woods. Baluster turnings and old black paint. 17”h. seat, 37.5”h. overall. $250-$500

GOOD GROUP OF SHAKER REFERENCE BOOKS AND CATALOGS. $100-$200

622 SHERATON TWO-DRAWER DROP LEAF STAND. American, 1825-1850, mahogany and pine. Figured veneer on the drawers, and resting on unusual ring-turned legs. 29”h. 16.5”w. (closed) 17.5”d. $250-$500 618

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626 COUNTRY BED. American, 19th century, cherry. Turned posts and scroll-cut headboard. Imperfections. 55”h. 53.5”w., rails are 75.5”l. $150-$250

627 SHERATON-STYLE TWO-DRAWER STAND. American, 20th century, mahogany. Cookie corners and rope-turned legs. 30”h. 19”w. 17”d. $100-$200

628 BLOWN GLASS WINE. Pittsburgh, 1st half-19th century. Probably a firing glass with applied cobalt rim and heavy base with decorative bubbles. 4.5”h. $200-$400

629 BLOWN GLASS CANISTER. Pittsburgh, mid 19th century. Two applied cobalt rings on the bottom and one on the lid with conical finial. Residue and finial has flake, 12”h. $200-$400

630 BLOWN GLASS DISH. Probably England, 1st half-19th century. Clear with applied cobalt rim. Footed with swirled ribs. Some blisters and frit. 3”h. 5”d. $200-$400

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THREE SANDWICH GLASS DOLPHIN CANDLESTICKS. Massachusetts, mid 19th century. Pair in clambroth with blue petal sockets. Damage to sockets. 10”h. and one in clambroth with hexagonal base, 7”h. $600-$800

632 PAIR OF SANDWICH GLASS CANDLESTICKS. Massachusetts, mid 19th century. Paneled clambroth sticks with hexagonal bases and blue sockets. Some straw marks and internal bubbles. 7.5”h. $400-$800

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TWO FEDERAL-STYLE CANDLESTANDS. Includes an octagonal-topped stand with red paint by Hickory Kaylyn, 27”h. 16”w. 16”w. Together with a cherry birdcage stand b y Tom King, 26.5”h. 18” square. $150-$300

EARLY CHAIR. American, late 18th century, mixed woods. Ladderback side chair with exaggerated finials, 16.5"h. seat, 40"h. overall. $200-$400

COFFEE OR GRAIN BIN. American, late 19th century, mixed woods. Of typical form with old red paint and on the back is painted “Jos. Weinberg Glandorf, O.” 32.5”h. 22”w. 16.5”d. Found in Westerville, Ohio. $100-$200

FOLK ART MAP. American, 19th century, ink and watercolor on paper. A well-done map of Europe, south Asia, and north Africa, done in ink with watercolor highlights. Titled Terra Veteribus Nota and includes longitude and latitude lines. In a gilt frame, 18”h. 22”w. $300-$600

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FEDERAL CANDLESTAND. American, early 19th century, cherry. Oval top, baluster shaft, and snake feet. 26.5”h. 19”w. 15”d. Ex Fritz Ehrenfried. $150-$250

SET OF OHIO ANTIQUE REVIEW BOUND VOLUMES. $100-$200

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TWO POTTERY PIECES AND A BANDBOX. American, mid 19th century. Small bandbox with blue wallpaper. Worn, 3.5”h. 4.75”w. And brown glazed pottery match box with dog finial, 2.5”h., and star-shaped picture frame, 7”d. $100-$300

PEWTER SUGAR. England, early 19th century. Partial touch for Alderson. Covered sugar or canister. 5.5”h. $150-$350

640 TWO PEWTER PORRINGERS. American, 1st half-19th century. Unmarked. “Old English” type handle, 3.5”d., and a type used by both Lee and Gleason, 3.5”d. $150-$350

641 MINIATURE PEWTER PORRINGER. Cast touch for Isaac C. Lewis & Co. (Meriden, Connecticut ,18391852). 2”d. $200-$400

643 TAPER JACK. American, 1st half-19th century, wrought iron. Four penny feet and tooled foliate designs. 5”h. $200-$400

644 PAIR OF WINDSOR ARMCHAIRS. American, 20th century, mixed woods. Comb-back Windsor armchairs in the Philadelphia style, with black over red paint. 18.5”h. seat, 46”h. overall. $300-$600

645 TWO ROUND PANTRY BOXES. American, late 19th century, bentwood. Dark blue paint, lapped seams. 7.25”h. 14.75”d., and dark green paint with bale and lapped seams, 6.5”h. 11”d. Imperfections. $150-$300

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DECORATED DROP LEAF TABLE. American, 19th century, pine. Rectangular leaves, turned legs, and later black and red paint decoration by Tom King. 29.5”h. 18.5”w. (closed) 41.5”w. (open) 42”l. Ex Betty Sterling. $150-$300

SIX PIECES OF MINIATURE POTTERY. American, late 19th century. Stoneware crock and pitcher, three pottery jugs and a crock. 1.5” to 3”h. $75-$150

651 647 THREE STOOLS. American, 19th century. New England Windsor with worn original grain painting. 29”h. Ex Don Walters. And oak, 27”h. Together with a small Windsor-style stool. Perhaps late. 13.5”h. $200-$400

648 THREE BOOKS. American, 19th century. Two German text bibles with watercolor bookplates with the owners’ names dated 1843 and 1861. Together with an exercise book. Pen and ink on laid paper with some watercolors of mathematical problems. 12.5”. All have some imperfections. $300-$600

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SIX PIECES OF MINIATURE POTTERY. American, late 19th-20th century. Stoneware crock, 3”h., redware Turk’s-head mold, three jugs and a pitcher. $75-$125

THREE WOOD CARVINGS. European and American, 19th -20th century. Adam and Eve with varnished surface, 4.5"h. and a fragment with man and woman. Old grey paint. 7"h. $200-$300

652 GROUP OF WOODEN ITEMS. American, 19th century. Treenware miniature bowls, salts and a round container, .5” to 2.5”h., and three “going-to-bed” lamps in the form of dogs, 2”h. $100-$300

653 TWO FOLKSY WOOD CUTOUTS. American, 1st half-20th century. Original paint. Elephant from the Dunn’s Toyland Circus, 12”h., and a duck yard ornament with moving head. 17”h. Ex Pick Richardson (Ohio). $150-$350

654 RARE COLONIAL NEW JERSEY BOOK OF LAWS. Leaming and Spicer, The Grants, Concessions, and Original Constitutions of the Province of New Jersey..., Philadelphia: William Bradford, 1758. 4to, bound in contemporary leather. This volume bears several previous owners’ signatures, including Samuel Tucker (dated 1775), a highly effective captain of the Continental Navy during the Revolution. Tucker was also captain of the Boston when it ferried newly appointed minister John Adams to France in 1778. 654

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TWO BIRD CARVINGS BY CARL SNAVELY (LITITZ, PENNSYLVANIA 1915-1983). Wood, initialed on the bottom. Rooster with natural surface, 3.5”h., and parrot with original paint. 3”h. $200-$400

THREE BUTTERPRINTS. American, 19th century. Stylized eagle, 4”d., and flowers. Together with an oval with flowers, 7”l. $200-$400

FOUR COOKIE BOARDS. American and European, 19th century. Three springerle boards, 3” x 6” to 5.5” x 9.5”, and a cookie board with bird, 3.75” x 6.75”. $100-$300

COMPOSITION BOOKS WITH PRINTED COVERS AND RELATED EPHEMERA. Two late 1820s, New York printed, composition books. One depicting an auctioneer, 7.5”h. 6”w., three handcolored prints, possibly German bookplates, 3”h. 3.5”w. to 3.5”h. 4w.”, and a small German watercolor memorial dated 1804 ,4.5”h. 3.75”w. Together with three friendship tokens or cards of embossed cream silk and one of embossed paper. 3”h. 4”w. - 5”h. 4”w. ex Samaha (Ohio). $100-$300

656 THREE BIRD CARVINGS. American, late 19th-20th century. Songbirds with original paint, including an oriole. One has repaired beak. 2.5” to 6”h. including bases. $100-$300

659 SIX PIECES OF POTTERY. American, 2nd-half 19th-20th century. Two jugs, 7.5”, 12.5”h, lidded pitcher, 9.5”h., and three ovoid crocks, two with lids. 5”, 9.5”, 10”h. Some imperfections. $150-$350

SET OF SHELVES WITH FIVE DECORATIVE ITEMS. American, 2nd half-20th century. All signed by Tom King. Pine shelves, 26”h. 23”w., tole coffee pot, two shelves with drawers, miniature candlestand and a metal tree with candle holders, 22”h. $200-$300

EIGHT PIECES OF LIGHTING. American, 19th century, wrought iron. Three trammels, 13” to 18”l., and five betty lamps, 3” to 5.5”h. $150-$350

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THREE TIN COOKIE CUTTERS. American, late 19th century. Axe, star and animal. Average 4”l. $75-$150

661 CARVED ANIMALS AND A CARRIER. American, 20th century. Folksy animals with original paint including a fish, 7.5”l., birds, miniature decoys and a zebra. Together with a Shaker-style bentwood carrier. 3”h. 7”l. $150-$300

FOLKSY HOOKED RUG. American, late 19th-early 20th century, wool and knits on burlap. Leaping deer with pink smile in a striated ground and stylized tulip ends. 23” x 36”. $450-$800

665 FIREPLACE CRANE. American, 19th century, wrought iron. Decorative scroll and twist detail. 49”l. $100-$300

667 SET OF DRAWERS AND HANGING LIGHT. American, 19th century. Mahogany set of four dovetailed drawers in an inlaid case. 5.25”h. 15.5” x 15.5”. And a clear blown glass hanging light with folded rim and brass frame and chain. Light, 12”h. 8”d. $250-$500

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TWO STONEWARE JUGS. American, mid 19th century. Ovoid with single applied handles and cobalt decoration. Smaller impressed “N. Clark, Athens” (New York), 12”h. The other decorated with tulips and “3”. 15.5”h. Some surface flaking. $200-$300

SHAKER CUPBOARD. Lebanon, New York, mid 19th century, cherry and poplar. Dovetailed case, two paneled doors, and a good old finish. 42”h. 36.5”w. 10.5”d. Ex John Keith Russell (New York). $1,000-$2,000

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SHAKER CHAIR. Harvard, Massachusetts, 19th century, maple. Caned seat. 18”h. seat, 40”h. overall. Ex David Schorsch (Connecticut). $300-$600

CANARYWARE BOWL. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Hand decorated with flowers and luster accents. Minor wear. 3.5”h. 7”d. $275-$350

674 671 REVERSE GLASS PAINTING OF ANDREW JACKSON. Germany, mid 19th century. Titled image of Jackson as a young man in military uniform. Wear. In original frame, 9”h. 6.5”w. $200-$400

TWO BRASS CANDLESTICKS AND THREE SNUFFER CAPS. Spain, 2nd half-17th century. Octagonal base with threaded stem, 5”h., and capstan type base with extractor hole in socket, 5”h. Together with three snuffer caps from chamber sticks. $500-$800

672 BELLOWS. American, mid 19th century. Original smoked yellow ground with stenciled fruit. Releathered. Minor wear. 18”l. $200-$400

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675 THREE PRINTS BY CURRIER & IVES. American, 3rd quarter-19th century, handcolored lithographs. Pair A Crack Trotter - A Little Off and Coming Around, C# 1283, 1284. Both have tears. In frames, 18”h. 23”w. Together with The Celebrated Trotting Horse Henry... C#904. In a frame, 16.5”h. 20”w. $300-$600

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CITY STREET BY WILLIAM RICKARBY MILLER (NEW YORK, 1818-1893). Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1844 lower right. English street with cathedral. Minor imperfections. Old paper label with varnishing instructions on back. 12.5”h. 16”w., in a gilt frame, 16”h. 20”w. Sold at Christie’s, New York, lot 6 October, 2000. $2,500-$4,500

MEASURE AND BOX. American, 2nd half-19th century. Round bentwood. Measure has three fingers and steel tacks. Split in base, 4.5”h. 11.75”d. Lidded container has interlaced seams on base and finger with copper tacks on lid. 7”h. 14.5”d. $150-$300

677 STEPBACK CUPBOARD. American or European, 18th century, pine. One-piece with an open top with plate rails, and the lower section with one paneled door and high cutout feet. Imperfections. 80”h. 46”w. 22”d. $800-$1,200

679 BOX AND CARRIER. Probably Shaker, 2nd half-19th century. Bentwood. Oval box with single opposing fingers and copper tacks. Lid has later painted floral scene. 2”h. 6”l. and a small carrier with lapped seams, copper tacks and a bale handle with diamond shaped escutcheons. Minor edge loss. 4”h. 5”d. $100-$300 677

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ELEVEN PIECES OF STONE FRUIT WITH TRAY. American or European, early 20th century. Life size with painted natural colors. Fruits include oranges, peaches, apples and grapes. Together with a wooden tray with cutout handles and blue over layers of paint. Worn with repaired split. 14” x 24.5”. $250-$500

STONE FRUIT. American or European, early 20th century. Persimmon. Life size with painted natural colors. $200-$300

STONE CANTALOUPE. American or European, early 20th century. Life size with painted natural colors. $200-$400

TWO ROUND PANTRY BOXES. American, late 19th century, bentwood. Dark blue-green paint with bale, lapped seam on lid and base, split on bottom, 6.25”h. 11.25”d., and dark green paint, lapped seam on lid and base. Some loss to lid band. 3.5”h. 7.5”d. $150-$350

683 FOUR RABBITWARE PLATES. England, late 19th-early 20th century. Virginia Rose border with rabbits, Bull’s-eye center with rabbit and frog border and Virginia Rose center with rabbits and frogs, stains. Together with Single Rose border and rabbit center, repaired. 9.5”d. $200-$400 680 - 682

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BERRY BUCKET. American, late 19th century. Stave constructed with old red paint and brass bands. Bale handle. 4”h. 5”d. $200-$400

WOODEN BOWL AND WALL POCKET. American, 19th century. Treen bowl with layers of yellow paint, 3”h. 12.5”d., and hanging wall pocket with old red paint, 15.25”h. 14.5”w. $100-$300

LEEDS TEAPOT. England, 1st half-19th century. Fourcolor image of a house and trees. Lid has acorn finial. Imperfections. 7.5”h. $100-$300

686 DECORATED TREENWARE CONTAINER. American, 19th century. Original vinegar graining. Some wear and lid chips. 6.5”h. $200-$400

687 DECORATED QUEEN ANNE CHAIR. New England, 18th century, maple. Solid splat, turned legs and stretchers, and pad feet. Retains an early blackpainted surface with gold striping. 17.5”h. seat, 40.5”h. overall. Ex Ray Marion. $100-$300 687 - 689 98 | GARTH’S May 17-18, 2013: Americana www.garths.com

DOUGHBOX. American, 19th century, poplar. Lidded box with applied legs and old red paint. Age crack. 31”h. 32”w. 16”d. $150-$300

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691 FIVE PIECES OF IRONSTONE. England, 2nd half-19th century. Three pitchers, including bellflower and fuchsia designs, 11” to 7.5”h., a creamer, and a covered tureen with ladle, 8.5”h. $100-$200

692 SET OF APOTHECARY DRAWERS. American, 2nd half-19th century, cherry. Dovetailed case with five over four dovetailed drawers with brass pulls. Old refinishing. 10.5”h. 32”w. 9”d. $200-$400

693 ORIENTAL RUG. Second quarter-20th century. Heriz. Blue border, white spandrels, red ground. 8’1” x 11’1”. $500-$1,000

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INLAID HEPPLEWHITE CARD TABLE. American, early 19th century, mahogany veneer over pine. Stringing and bellflowers on legs, apron has an oval medallion with butterfly. Some veneer loss. 29.5”h. 35”w. 17.25”d. $800-$1,200

TWO HOOKED RUGS. American, 1st half-20th century, wool on burlap. Large depiction of a teddy bear with striped bowl on his lap. Mounted on stretcher. 37”h. 29”w. And a brightly colored geometric with black border. Mounted on stretcher, 21” x 40”. $200-$400

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THREE PRINTS BY CURRIER & IVES. American, mid 19th century, handcolored lithograph. The Old Oaken Bucket, C# 4577, 12”h. 16”w. Mating in the WoodsRuffed Grouse, C# 4079, 17”h. 20”w,. and Washington and Lincoln, C# 6510. Uncolored medium folio. 20.5”h. 17”w. All in frames. Imperfections. $250-$450

696 ORIENTAL RUG. Twentieth century. Hamadan with red ground. 4’6” x 6’5”. $300-$600

701 PERCUSSION RIFLE. American, 1st half-19th century, curly maple. Approximately .41 cal., 42” barrel, full stock with incised vines and a brass patchbox. Imperfections. $400-$800

702 AIRPLANE MODEL AND MOTOR. American, 2nd quarter-20th century, wood and wire. GeeBee Model Z racing plane with original paint, 10”l., and a R1 Wasp Rotary engine model on base, 7”h. overall. $100-$300

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698 ORIENTAL RUG. Twentieth century. Sarouk with red ground. 3’7” x 5’3”. $300-$600

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CHIPPENDALE-STYLE SOFA. American, 20th century, mahogany. Camelback sofa with straight legs. 18”h. seat, 36.5”h. overall, 80”l. $200-$400

PEWTER TEAPOT. Faint touch for Ashbil Griswold (Meriden, Connecticut, 18021842). Exaggerated spout. Dent in lid. 7.5”h. $100-$250

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THREE PEWTER CANDLESTICKS. American, mid 19th century. Pair, 10”h., and single, 8”h. Missing push ups. $100-$300

DECORATED PANTRY BOX. European, late 19th century. Bentwood box with original vinegar graining. German penciled text dated 1897. Loose. 5”h. 8”d. $100-$250

705 TWO PEWTER PLATES. England, early 19th century. Touch for Samuel Ellis, 7.75”d., and Townsend & Compton with a hammered booge, 8.75”d. $150-$350

706 PEWTER CHARGER. Partial touches for Richard King (London, England, 2nd half-18th century). Hammered booge. 16.25”d. $600-$900 704 - 709

707 TWO PEWTER BASINS. American, 1st half-19th century. One is marked for Samuel Hamlin (Sr. or Jr., Rhode Island), Jacobs #158 or 159. Pitted. 2”h. 7.75”d. The other is unmarked, 2”h. 8”d. $250-$450

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TWO ROUND PANTRY BOXES. American, mid 19th century, bentwood. Light blue paint, lapped seams, 3.5”h. 8”d., and dark green paint, lapped seams, 3.75”h. 7.75”d. Some imperfections. $150-$350

711 TWO PANTRY BOXES. American, 2nd half-19th century. Oval bentwood boxes with opposing fingers and copper tacks. Old grey paint, 2”h. 5.5”l., and old green paint, 2.25”h. 6”l. $200-$400

712 PLANE AND WHETSTONE. American, 19th century. Small burl plane with steel blade, 3”h. 5.5”l., and a whetstone in a curly maple box with “Newlin” painted on the lid, 1.25”h. 6.25”l. $400-$600

713 EIGHT WOODEN CARVINGS. American and European, 19th century. Lion head, cherub, bearded man, two spoons, chain whimsey and a cat in boot inkwell, 6” to 10”l. Together with a carved presentation box in the form of a book, reputedly a gum box. 5”l. $200-$400

714 ORIENTAL RUG. Twentieth century. Heriz Style Rug. Having central geometric decoration on a red field set within multiple borders. 11’11” w. 15’ 11”l. $600-$900

715 ORIENTAL RUG. Twentieth century. Kirman. Having scrolling floral and foliate decoration on a burgundy field, set within multiple borders. 9’8”w. 15.5”l. $2,000-$3,000

716 ORIENTAL RUG. Twentieth century. Bidjar. Central medallion on red ground. 2'8" x 4'. $200-$400

717 ORIENTAL MAT. Twentieth century. Hamadan mat, 1'8" x 2'1" and an Afshar bag face. $150-$250

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ORIENTAL RUG. Third quarter-20th century. Hamadan with red ground. 2'5" x 3'10". $100-$200

ORIENTAL RUG. Twentieth century. Hamadan/Melayer with geometric design. 4'10" x 6'2". $300-$600

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ORIENTAL RUG. Twentieth century. Room size Heriz with blue ground. 8'10" x 9'10". $1,000-$2,000

ORIENTAL RUNNER. Twentieth century. Dergizene with floral design. 2'8" x 9'3". $200-$400

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723 720 ORIENTAL RUG. Twentieth century. Caucasian. 3'10" x 5'6". $400-$800

ORIENTAL BAG FACE. Twentieth century. Figural on a blue ground. Mounted in a frame, 28.5”h. 33”w. Ex Don Jansen (Ohio). $400-$800

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GEORGE III PEMROKE TABLE. England, early 19th century, mahogany, pine and oak. Of small size with one drawer and tapered legs. Old finish. 28”h. 18.5”w. (closed) 35.5”w. (open) 28”d. Ex David Franklin (Ohio). $250-$500

SHERATON DROP-LEAF TABLE. Probably Midwestern, 19h century, walnut. Rectangular leaves and six unusually turned legs. Older finish. 30.5”h. 44”l. 22.5”w. (closed) 59.5”w. (open). $250-$500

GROUP OF HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. American, 19th century. Three carved picture frames, two are tabletop examples, 6”h. and 3” x 4.25” and a dovetailed copper pot, 6.5”h. Together with twelve assorted bone handled knives and forks. $75-$150

728 725 IRONSTONE PLATTER. England, mid 19th century. Oval with handcolored transfer design “Etruscan Vases”. Minor wear. 16” x 20.5”. $150-$300

SHAKER CANDLESTAND. Attributed to Union Village, Ohio, mid 19th century, walnut. Square top with beaded edge, and a tripod base. 28.75”h. 18.5” square. $250-$500

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SET OF SIX BRACE-BACK WINDSOR CHAIRS. American, late 18th-eary 19th century, mixed woods. With baluster turnings and a shaped crest. Old black paint. Imperfections. 17”h. seat, 37”h. overall. $400-$800

FIVE PIECES OF POTTERY. American, mid 19th-20th century. Rockingham dog inkwell (repair), 6.5”l. and a child’s mug. Together with three miniature pieces, bean pot, bowl and pitcher, 2.5”h. $75-$150

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731 EIGHT PIECES INCLUDING POTTERY. American, 20th century. Two jugs by B.B. Craig and Ben Owen, 4”, 5.75”h., wrought iron trammel, 18.5”l. and miniature loaf pan from Williamsburg, dog by Breininger, 4”h., Lehnware style painted salt and a folksy carved wooden zebra, 5.5”h. on base. Together with a natural form burl bowl. Varnished, 1.5”h. $100-$250

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COAT RACK. American, late 19th century. Elaborately carved with five coat hooks. 11”h. 53”w. Ex Tom and Carolyn Porter (Ohio). $250-$500

PEWTER PITCHER. Touch for Boardman & Hart, New York (1805-1850). Lid has repaired hinge. 10”h. $200-$400

738 733 FOURTEEN PIECES OF MINIATURE STONE FRUIT. American or European, early 20th century. Painted natural colors. Fruits include oranges, peaches, apples, pears, figs and bananas (one repaired). $400-$600

734 PANTRY BOX. American, possibly Shaker, 2nd half-19th century. Oval bentwood box with single opposing fingers and copper tacks. Original dark blue paint. Minor wear. 1.5”h. 4.5”l. $200-$400

735 THREE OVAL PANTRY BOXES. American, mid 19 century, bentwood. Dark red paint, single fingers, 2.75”h. 6.5”l., olive green paint, single fingers on lid and base, 1.75”h. 4”l., and dark yellow paint 1.5”h. 3.75”l. All have wear. $150-$350

736 TWO OIL LAMPS. American, mid 19th century. Blown font with cobalt and white threading, brass column (split) and white marble base. 12”h. And a cut overlay font, blue to white to clear with opaque blue column and white marble base. Interior bruise and residue. 13.5”h. $150-$350

PEWTER PORRINGER. Touch for Samuel Hamlin Sr. (Connecticut and Rhode Island, 1767-1801). Jacobs #161. Flowered handle. 5.25”d. $200-$400

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SHAKER BOX. Second half-19th century. Oval bentwood box with arched fingers, three on bottom and one on lid, with copper tacks. Minor wear and small splits at bottom. 5”h. 12”l. $400-$600

TWO PEWTER POTS AND TWO BOWLS. American, 1st half-19th century. Tall pot, 11”h., teapot, 9”h., and two bowls, one footed. 2”, 2.5”h. Unmarked. Minor imperfections. $250-$450

740 SHAKER CHILD’S CHAIR. American, 2nd half-19th century. Ladderback with mushroom cap arms and replaced tape seat. Top slat impressed “0”. Wear. 23”h. Ex Ellie Hoover Walker (Ohio). $150-$350

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SHAKER SPOOL CADDY. Second half-19th century. Turned maple with alligatored varnish and a velvet pincushion. Period spools. Wear. 6”h. $200-$400

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SHAKER BOX. Second half-19th century. Oval bentwood box with arched fingers, three on bottom and one on lid, with copper tacks. Finger on lid has split. 4”h. 10.25”l. $400-$600

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LUMBERMILL SCENE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on artist board, unsigned. Naive painting of a lumbermill on a river. Boston preparer's label and New Hamshire framer's label. Minor wear.12"h. 18.5"w., in a frame, 15.5"h. 22"w. $150-$300

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DENTAL CABINET. American, late 19th-early 20th century, cherry. Twenty-six drawers. 38”h. 26.75”w. 11.25”d. Ex Betty Sterling. $250-$500

CAST IRON MECHANICAL BANK. American, late 19th century. Jolly Nigger Bank with original paint. Norman #3370. Some wear. 7”h. $150-$350

HAND MIRROR. American, 19th century. “Fragment” mirror in a carved frame with handle. Old refinishing. 9”l. $100-$300

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SHAKER DRAWER. Late 19th century, pine. From the North Family, Enfield, Connecticut. Original dark brown stain with dry, crazed surface. Inked paper label “... North Family, Died...1890, Age 76”. Later felt on bottom with traces of button feet. 3.25”h. 6”w. 5.75”d. Ex Hazel Hayes (Connecticut). $200-$400

“DINAH” MECHANICAL BANK. American, late 19th century, cast iron. Short sleeved in yellow. 6.5”h. $3,000-$4,000

MIRROR. American, 2nd quarter-19th century, mahogany. Architectural twopart mirror with carved half turnings, acorn drops and brass rondels. Replaced mirrors (one older), old refinishing. 42”h. 23”w. $150-$350

746 TWO CAST IRON BANKS. American, late 19th century. Mechanical Tammany Hall. Norman #5420-a. Imperfections. 5.75”h. And a still cupola bank, Moore #1147. 3.5”h. Both with original paint. $200-$300

750 TWO HOOKED RUGS. American, early 20th century. Diamond over cottage in the pines, wool on burlap, 18” x 28.5”, and a floral rose oval surrounded by detailed multiborders, wool and knits on burlap. 25” x 40”. $150-$300

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THREE WOODEN BOWLS American, 19th century. One is rough hewn and oblong, 27”l., and two are oval. Refinished, 17”l. and with two handles, 28.5”l. $100-$300

753 THREE WOODEN BOWLS. American, 19th century. Good patina, two are turned. Two larger have age splits. 12.5”, 13”, 15.5”d. $100-$300

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754 FOLK ART STONE LION. American, 19th century. Seated lion with unusual features. Restoration. 30”h. 54”w. 17”d. $6,000-$8,000

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BUTTER PRINT. American, mid 19th century. Unusual carving of a two story house with flowers. No handle. 4"d. Ex Mary Thornton, (Ohio). $250-$450

PANTRY BOX AND CARRIER. American, late 19th-20th century. Oval bentwood Shaker box with five arched fingers and copper tacks. Imperfections. 5.5"h. 13.25"l. And a Shaker type open carrier with two fingers, copper tacks and bentwood handle. 7.5"h. 14.5"l. $350-$450

754B STACK OF FOUR SHAKER BOXES. Second half-19th century. Assembled set, each with arched fingers (two on bottom, one on lid) and copper tacks. The smallest has fingers opposite the others, the two middle sizes are probably by the same hand and the largest has the darkest color. 1.75"h. 4.5"l. to 2.75"h. 6.5"l. $800-$1,200

754D DIMINUTIVE CASE OF DRAWERS. American, 19th century, mixed woods. With twelve small drawers over three larger drawers, and a dark finish. 23"h. 20.5"w. 8.5"d. $500-$1,000

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755 TWO WOODEN BOWLS. Probably American, 19th century. Rough hewn with handles. Smaller has incised linear designs and center scrubbing divider, 4.5”h. 16.25”l. Larger has chip carved scrolled handles. 4”h. 25”l. $150-$350

756 WOODEN BOWL. American, 19th century. Carved oblong bowl with knob and handle at the ends. Age split. 4”h. 14”l. $100-$200

757 THREE WOODEN BOWLS. American, 19th century. Turned bowls, the two largest are refinished, the smallest has old red paint on the exterior. 12.5”, 15”, 18”d. $150-$350

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SMALL BURL BOWL. American, 19th century. Turned with nice figure and good patina, 2”h.6”d. $400-$800

FOUR TRANSFERWARE PLATES. England, 1st half-19th century. All handcolored with molded borders, one having American eagles. Three are children’s motto plates, 4.5” to 5”d., and one has a woman playing a harp “Forget Me Not”, 7”d. Minor flaking. $200-$400

SHAKER TWO-DRAWER STAND. South Union, Kentucky, 19th century, cherry and pine. One-board top, two drawers, and simply turned legs. 28.5”h. 19”w. 18.5”d. Ex Donald Sprowls (Ohio). $300-$500

TWO SHAKER CHAIRS. Canterbury, New Hampshire, 19th century, maple. Includes a rocker, 15”h. seat, 40.5”h. overall, and a side chair, 16.5”h. seat, 40.5”h. overall. Ex Charles “Bud” Thompson. $250-$450

759 SMALL BURL BOWL. American, 19th century. Turned with simple form and dark patina. Old refinishing. 2”h. 5.5”d. $200-$400

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763 DECORATED HANGING SHELF. American, 2nd quarter-19th century, pine. Dovetailed shelf with original putty decoration on the shelves. Imperfections. 28.5”h. 36”w. 6.5”d. Ex Maze Pottinger (Michigan). $250-$500

764 DECORATED BELLOWS. American, mid 19th century. Original stenciled fruit and flowers on a mustard ground. Releathered. 17”l. Ex Bill Samaha (Ohio/Massachusetts). $200-$400

765 TWO SILHOUETTES OF MEN. American, 1st half-19th century. Hollow cut. One has the “Peale Museum” eagle stamp with penciled name (Walter Jones?) and date 1815. Some foxing and toning. In a gilt frame, 8”h. 6”w. The other is in a grained frame, 7.75”h. 6.75”w. $200-$400

766 IMAGE OF A PARROT. American, mid 19th century, watercolor on paper. Pinprick outline with vibrant colors. Imperfections. In a red frame, 8.25”h. 7”w. $150-$300

767 TOLE CANISTER AND SHAKER. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Shaker has original japanning and “Flour”, 3.75”h. Canister has original red ground with blue flowers. 3”h. Both have wear. $200-$400

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FOLK ART OWL. Twentieth century. Owl made from a wooden duck decoy with tin wings. 13”h. including branch. $100-$300

FOUR PANTRY BOXES. American, 2nd half-19th century, bentwood. Oval with single fingers. One with original black paint has copper tacks, 1.5”h. 4”l. The rest have steel or iron tacks. Old green, 2.5”h. 6.5”l., original blue, 1.5”h. 4”l. and cleaned down to blue, 2”h. 5.5”l. Imperfections. $150-$350

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DECORATED BELLOWS. American, mid 19th century. Original yellow ground with stenciled starflowers and faux tortoise-shell on the back. Back handle repaired. Releathered. 16.75”l. $200-$300

TOLE CANISTER. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Original japanning with floral designs and white band. Tin hasp and wire handle. Worn areas. 7.5”h. 7.75”d. $250-$450

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DECORATED BELLOWS. American, mid 19th century. Original smoked red ground with stenciled cornucopia. Releathered. 17.5”l. $300-$500

REDWARE POT AND BAND BOX. American, 19th century. Mottled orange and green glaze with incised lines, 3.5"h. and a round cardboard box with wallpaper. Wear and stitched lid, 5"h. 5.5"d. $100-$300

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773 GROUP OF LIGHTING ITEMS. American, 19th century. Pair of pewter candlesticks, 9”h., miniature tin and pewter oil lamps, 1.5”h. and two tin snuffers. Together with a wrought iron rushlight holder with candlesocket counterweight in a turned wooden base, 10.5”h. $200-$400

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774 DECORATED BELLOWS. American, mid 19th century. Original red ground with stenciled fruit designs. Old releathering. Worn areas. 18”l. Ex Bill Samaha (Massachusetts/Ohio). $100-$300

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775 PAIR OF MINIATURE PORTRAITS ON IVORY. American or English, 2nd quarter-19th century. Husband and wife, he wears a yellow vest, she wears gold jewelry including a pearl hairband. The man has damage. In frames, 5.25”h. 5”w. $300-$500

776 POSEY BASKET. England, 1st half-19th century, soft paste. Basket shaped with molded basket weave and a pierced lid with rose finial. Hand decorated. Hairline and minor flakes. 6”h. $500-$700

777 TWO RABBITWARE PLATES. England, late 19th-early 20th century. Virginia Rose border with rabbits and Single Rose border with rabbit and frog center. 9.5”d. $200-$400

778 RABBITWARE CHARGER. England, late 19th-early 20th century. Virginia Rose border with rabbit and frog center. 13”d. $300-$500

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LARGE TIN LANTERN. American, mid 19th century. Canted with three glass panels. Reflector and font missing. 19.5”h. not including bale handle. $100-$200

QUEEN ANNE-STYLE CHAIR. American, late 19th-early 20th century, maple. Solid splat with yolk crest, pad feet, and a rush seat. 17.5”h. seat, 43”h. overall. $100-$200

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SUGAR BUCKET. American, 2nd half-19th century. Stave construction with bentwood bands and swing handle. Original grey paint. Some loss. 9.75”h. 13”d. $150-$250

HANGING SET OF DRAWERS. American, late 19th century, pine. Three nailed drawers with porcelain pulls. Peaked crest. Original dark brown stain. 16”h. 12”w. $100-$300

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HEPPLEWHITE STAND. American, 1st half-19th century, cherry. Rectangular top, tapered legs, and old blue paint. 28.5”h. 24”w. 17”d. $300-$500

DECORATED MULE CHEST. American, 19th century, mixed woods. Well over two drawers, with bootjack ends and old red and black grain paint. 42”h. 41.5”w. 16.5”d. $250-$500

785 THREE CHILDREN’S PRINTS. Published by B. Bramell, Philadelphia, mid 19th century. Handcolored woodblock prints in frames. The Leopard , 8.25”h. 7.5”w. and My Little Poney (sic), 12”h. 10”w., both in grained frames. Together with Mary with her Flowers in a red painted frame, 7.25”h. 6.25”w. Some imperfections. $100-$300

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COUNTRY CRIB. American, 1st half-19th century, curly maple. Of typical form with acorn finials and an old finish. 40”h. 28.5”w. 46.5”l. $400-$600

787 THREE SUGAR BUCKETS. American, late 19th century, bentwood. Apple green paint, single fingers and metal band, 8”h. 8.25”d.; salmon paint, single fingers and metal band, 7.75”h. 8”d.; and dark red paint, single finger on lid and two fingers on base with copper tacks, 6.75”h. 6.75”d. All have wear. $200-$400

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DECORATED CHILD’S CHAIR. Late 19th century, pine. Made by John Strickler, Schaefferstown, Pennsylvania. Spool turned posts and crest. Original red, black and yellow paint. 17.5”h. Ex Sam Yeagly (Pennsylvania).

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790 DELFT BOWL. Netherlands, late 17th-early 18th century. Vibrant polychrome floral design on a footed bowl. Marked for Adriaen Kocks. Some wear and flaking. 6”h. 10”d. $900-$1,600

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791 SPOON RACK WITH PEWTER SPOONS. American, late 18th century, pine. Scalloped crest and three molded edge spoon holders with rosehead nails. Bottom dovetailed box with lift lid. Old worn grey paint. Imperfections. 34”h. 13”w. Together with eight assorted pewter spoons. $400-$800 792 - 794

792 PAIR OF FIRE DOGS. American, late 19th century, cast iron. Ends have the head of a woman. 9.5”l. $200-$400

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794 DECORATED BELLOWS. American, mid 19th century. Original yellow ground with stenciled fruit. Releathered. Wear. 18”l. $100-$300

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WROUGHT-IRON TRAMMEL. Probably Pennsylvania, dated 1765. Punched decoration and initialed “WS”. 37”L. Found in a tavern in Delmont, Pennsylvania. $1,000-$1,500

TWO GLASS OIL LAMPS. American, ca.1820s. Clear blown fonts with pressed lacy bases. Larger is Sandwich with whale oil drop burner, 8”h. Ex Elmer Webster (Ohio). Smaller is sparking lamp with ribbed font, 4”h. $150-$350

PENNY RUG/MAT. American, late 19th-early 20th century, wool on denim. Three-layer circles sewn to diamond shaped backing. 25” x 42”. Ex Alan Daniel. $75-$125

796 TWO GLASS CANDLESTICKS AND PEG LA MP. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Clear glass sticks with pressed bases, one with a lacy glass pattern (flakes). Both have pewter socket inserts, 8”, 10”h. Together with a paneled peg lamp with burning fluid burners. $300-$600

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801 798 GLASS OIL LAMP. American, mid 19th century. Clear cut font and column, round foot. Burning fluid burners. 13.75”h. $150-$300

HOOKED RUG. American, 2nd quarter-20th century, mixed fibers on burlap. Large rabbit with carrot, nestled beside small red cottage. Mounted on board, 19” x 34”. $125-$250

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PAIR OF SANDWICH GLASS OIL LAMPS. Massachusetts, ca.1820s. Clear blown fonts with pressed lacy bases. Whale oil drop burners. Expected flakes on base. 12”h. Ex Elmer Webster (Ohio). $250-$500

SPATTERWARE PLATE AND TWO PIECES OF SALOPIAN. England, 1st half-19th century. Red plate with peafowl, 8.25”d. and a Salopian open sugar, 2.75”h., and child’s mug, 2”h. with farming scenes. $100-$300

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TWO PIECES OF STONEWARE. American, 2nd half-19th century. Brushed cobalt designs. Crock with two applied handles and clover designs, 14”h., and a squat jug with applied handle and faint flower, 9”h. Flakes. $150-$350

PAIR OF LONGHORN STEER HORNS. American, 2nd half-20th century. On wooden plaque with embossed leather. 55”l. $100-$200

TWO PAIR OF ANDIRONS. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Seamed construction, scrolled legs and wrought iron rods. 19”, 15”h. $150-$350

LANDSCAPE (EUROPEAN SCHOOL, EARLY 20TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, signed lower left. Wooded stream. Repair. 16”h. 22”w., in a frame, 20”h. 25”w. $100-$300

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EIGHT GLASS WINES AND AN EXPORT TEAPOT. Eighteenth-nineteenth century. Chinese Export teapot with landscape. Fruit finial. 5.5”h. and eight French, colorless blown glass wines. Seven have folded rims on feet. 4” to 8”h. $250-$500

TWO PORTRAITS. American, late 19th-20th century. Unsigned. Oil on artist board of child dated 1898. 10.5’h. 8”w. and oil on paper of Abraham Lincoln. Backed on wood. 24”h. 18”w. In frames. $200-$400

BOOKENDS AND MIRROR. American, late 19th century. Two wooden bookends in the form of stacked books, 4.5”h. and a mahogany veneer frame, 10” x 12”. $75-$125

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THREE PORTRAITS OF CHILDREN. American, late 19th-20th century. Unsigned. Oil on artist board of girl and baby, 15”h. 13.5”w., oil on canvas of children and chickens, 18”h. 13”w. and oil on wood. Naive image of child. 29”h. 23.5”w. In frames. $100-$200

STONEWARE CROCK. American, 2nd half-19th century. Brushed and stenciled cobalt label “Williams & Reppert, Greensboro, Pa, 8”. Two applied handles. Stained. 18.5”h. $200-$300

804 THREE SETS OF ODD FELLOW RINGS. American, early 20th century, wood. Gold repaint, 9.5” link, old red, blue and gold paint, 13” link and original worn red paint, 14”l. $100-$300

805 THREE INDUSTRIAL MOLDS. American, 20th century, wood. Molds for valves and pipes with applied numbers. Old black, yellow and red paint. 11” to 20”l. $150-$300

807 PRESSED WOOD BOWL. American, late 19th-early 20th century. Sawdust and binder pressed into the form of a bowl with brown stain. Age splits. 5”h. 16.75”d. $100-$200

808 HANGING SHELF. American, 2nd half-19th century, mahogany. Cut out gothic arches and scallops on sides. Three shelves. Imperfections. 30”h. 28.5”w. $100-$300

809 PAIR OF BRASS ANDIRONS. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Seamed construction, scrolled legs and wrought iron rods. 18.25”h. $100-$200

IMARI BOWL. Japan, 20th century. Typical design with landscape medallion. 3.5”h. 9.5”d. $100-$150

818 AMISH QUILT. Pennsylvania, early 20th century, wool. Diamond in the Square pattern in soft green, red and blue grey. Minutely hand quilted in traditional designs including eight-point star, diamonds, feathered wreaths and vining plumes. Muted striped print backing. 71” x 74”. $450-$900

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INLAID FEDERAL SIDEBOARD. American, early 19th century, mahogany and poplar. Bowfront with ovolo corners, with three drawers over four doors, all resting on six tapered legs. Decorated with elaborate, later 19th-century inlay. Imperfections. 40"h. 73.5"w. 27"d. Ex Peter Tillou (Connecticut). $1,500-$3,000 | 111

819 FOUR CHIPPENDALE MIRRORS. England, mid 18th century, mahogany veneer. Two with phoenix crests, two scrolled crests. Imperfections. Dimensions of largest overall: 29.25”h. 14”w. $200-$400

820 EARLY MAP OF THE AMERICAN SOUTH. John Pinkerton, United States of America Southern Part, London: Cadell and Davies, 1809. Engraving with watercolor outlines, and a wonderful 19th-century pencil notation marking the “line of Missouri Compromise.” Matted and framed, 27”h. 34”w. $400-$800

821 SHEET MUSIC COVER. American, 2nd quarter-19th century, chromolithograph. Parade March of the 22d. Regt. N.Y.S.M. Union Greys with three Civil War soldiers. In a frame with later gold paint, 19.25”h. 16.25”w. $150-$300

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FEDERAL-STYLE CARD TABLE. American, late 19th-early 20th century, mahogany. In the Baltimore style, with a shaped top, string inlay, and tapered legs. 30”h. 32”w. 16”d. (closed). $800-$1,200

MEDICAL OR APOTHECARY CHEST. English, late 19th century, mahogany. Travelling box, the upper compartment with 16 period/original bottles and jars, the lower compartment being a drawer containing two slide compartments, a mortar and pestle, scale, and additional jars and bottles. 10”h. 12”w. 8.5”d. Ex Herbert Schiffer (Pennsylvania). $800-$1,200

823 QUEEN ANNE CORNER OR ROUNDABOUT CHAIR. Probably Pennsylvania, 1750-1770, mahogany. Solid splats, deep skirt (likely once fitted with a chamber pot), and cabriole legs ending in pad feet. Imperfections. 18”h. seat, 34”h. overall. $1,500-$2,500

825 PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN BY BENJAMIN A. WALLACE (AMERICAN, 1770-1850). Oil on canvas, signed on reverse, 1820-1835. Said to be “Mrs. Charles Crommelin, Sr.” Seated woman with elaborate cap and ruffled lace collar, draped in paisley shawl and holding book. Restoration. 40”h. 28”w., in a frame, 45.5”h. 32”w. Probably Ann Cogswell Crommelin who married Charles Crommelin in 1795 and resided in the New York City area where Wallace was known to be painting portraits and miniatures. $600-$900

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FOUR PIECES OF BRASS LIGHTING. Continental, late 17th-18th century. Three candlesticks, 2” to 7.75”h., the tallest with domed base and extractor holes. Together with a rushlight holder with candlesocket counterweight and twist detail. 9.5”h. Imperfections. $300-$600

INLAID HEPPLEWHITE DROP LEAF TABLE. American, early 19th century, cherry and poplar. Bowed ends with icicle and string inlay. Imperfections. 28.5”h. 19.5”w. (closed) 37”w. (open) 36.25”d. $300-$500

TWO PIECES OF TOLE. American, 2nd quarter-19th century. Bread basket with gold crystallized interior. Attributed to the Harvey Filley shop, Philadelphia. 4”h. 13.5”l. And a covered sugar with yellow bands on japanned ground, 4.5”h. Both have wear. $400-$700

832 828 RAINBOW SPATTERWARE HANDLELESS CUP AND SAUCER. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Blue and purple with an Adams Rose. Minor imperfections. $150-$300

PAIR OF PORTRAITS (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND QUARTER-19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Husband and wife, she sits in a decorated chair. Restoration. 28.5”h. 23”w., in frames, 33”h. 28”w. $250-$450

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SHAKER SEWING BOX. Sabbathday Lake, Maine, early 20th century, maple. Made by Delmer Charles Wilson (18731961) the last of the male Shakers. Four fingers with copper tacks, swing-handled with unused sewing implements and lined with blue silk. Stamped mark on the underside. 4”h. plus handle, 11”l. $400-$800

TWO FEATHER EDGE PLATTERS AND THREE PIECES OF SPATTERWARE. England, 1st half-19th century. Blue feather edge platters, 11.5” x 14.5” and 12.5” x 15.5”. Together with two blue spatter plates, 7.5”, 9.5”d., and a demitasse cup and saucer. $400-$600

830 STACK OF THREE SHAKER BOXES. Second half-19th century. Assembled set, each with arched fingers (two on bottom, one on lid) and copper tacks. The smallest is refinished, the middle one is stamped “8”. 2”h. 5.25”l., 2.25”h. 6”l., 3”h. 7”l. $600-$800

836 STONEWARE CROCK AND JUG. American, 2nd half-19th century. Jug with cobalt script “The Fair”. Applied strap handle. Flake on lip, stain. 13.5”h. And a crock with stenciled label “Williams & Reppert, Greensboro, Pa.” 12”h. $100-$350

834 RAINBOW SPATTERWARE PLATE. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Scalloped edge with concentric circles of red, blue, and green. Impressed “Adams”. Hairline. 8”d. $350-$550

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ARTIST and MAKER INDEX Badger, Thomas Barns, Blakslee Boardman & Hart Boardman, Thomas Danforth Chaplin, Leone R. Cobb, C.S. Cummings, Frank Currier & Ives Curtiss, Daniel Danforth, Joseph Danforth II, Thomas Edouart, Silhouette Eichholtz, Jacob Ellis, Samuel Endicott and Sumner Evans, Ivor Gordon Follis, Randy Frahme, William Gottshall, Walter and June Gough, Robert Alan Griswold, Ashbil Hamlin, Samuel Hamlin, Samuel Sr. Henderson, Martin Hickerson, J.M. Hoke, Martin Howe, William Henry Jenkins, Philip Oskar King, Richard King, Tom Kittinger Lashels, George W. Lehew, W.H. Lewis, Isaac C. Lindsay, Seymour Marble Furnace McClellan, William

320 70 737 193, 319 431 66 156 90, 151, 251, 675, 695 191 325 50 256 98, 213 705 172 336 337 545 221 468, 469, 479-481, 550552, 555-557, 578-581 709 707 738 502A 333 618 112 99 706 447, 583 198 566 333 641 420 440 584

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McQuilken, William Miles, Jasper P. Millar, Addison T. Miller, Charles Henry Miller, Samuel J. Miller, William Rickarby Mundwife, Samuel Nachtrieb, Michael Streiby Nachtrieb, Michael Strieby Nicodemus, Chester Pennock, Simon Pettingill, Alfred Pinkerton, John Purdy, Solomon Randel Family Sellew & Company Siegenthaler, Albert Joseph Smith, David T. Smith, Eben Snavely, Carl Standish, Alexander Strickler, John Sutten, Thomas Townsend & Compton Walker, John Brown Wall, Alfred Bryan Wallace, Benjamin Weeks Pottery Weigand, Gustave Whiting, Riley Whitlatch, J.M. Wickenden, Robert John Willard, Archibald McNeal Williams & Reppert Williams, Lorenzo Wilson, W.H. Young, C.L.V.

321 487 478 377 571 676 568 492 501, 502, 522, 523 470 322 443 820 417 569 530 585 224 190 655 223 788 372 705 493 432 825 467 403 69 499 561 446, 460-465, 474-477 288, 836 72 512 404

Auctioneers Jeff Jeffers, Principal Auctioneer Amelia Jeffers Steve Bemiller Andrew Richmond Dave Pritchard Kellie Seltzer Justin Arnold, Apprentice Catalog Auction Specialists Susan Wise Andrew Richmond Ellice Ronsheim Judi Hill Shane Hall Eclectic Auction Specialists Justin Arnold Nick Burdette Natalie Smith Operation and Transportation Jared Wells Nick Burdette George Craft Derrik Wilson Ron Scheeler Kris Klein Exhibitions Debbie Bender Accounts Receivable Toni Warner Administrative Support Debbie Bender Edie Preece Toni Warner

GARTH’S STAFF CEO Richard “Jeff” Jeffers President Amelia Jeffers Executive Vice President Steve Bemiller Vice President Andrew Richmond

Ambassador-at-Large Carolyn Porter

Consignment Specialists Jeff Jeffers Amelia Jeffers Steve Bemiller Andrew Richmond Jared Wells Shane Hall Consignment Manager Edie Preece Appraisers Jeff Jeffers, CAGA Kristin Crump, CAGA Jared Wells, CAGA Andrew Richmond, CAGA Justin Arnold, CAGA Lisa Darke, CAGA Cheryl-Lynn May Photography Rob Manko

Asian Arts Consultant Sarah Zhu Trusts & Estates Christa Johnson Real Estate Amelia Jeffers Jeff Jeffers Steve Bemiller Dave Pritchard Penny Jones Jerry Franckhauser Maggie Lay

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GARTH’S POLICY

GUARANTEE:

SUCCESSFUL BIDDERS:

Garth’s Auctions, Inc. continues to be committed to providing thorough descriptions that reflect our belief in service through honesty, integrity and attention to detail. Garth’s Auctions, Inc. guarantees the authenticity of origin as stated in the first bold line of the catalogue description, with the exception of amendments by any oral or written notices or announcements at the time of the auction. “Origin” is defined as the creator, period, culture, or source, as set forth in the first bold line of a lot in the catalog. Exclusions – Notwithstanding any other provision of these Terms of Guarantee, Garth’s Auctions, Inc. does not guarantee the names or patterns of any Oriental rugs. All rug dimensions are approximate. Garth’s does not guarantee the authenticity of any item created before 1500. Regarding all jewelry, all weights, grades, sizes, and metal content(s) are approximate. Regarding colored stones: purchasers are reminded that colored stones and diamonds may be enhanced by using one or more techniques, including but not limited to: clarity enhancements, resins, and heat treatment. Garth’s makes no warranty express or implied to the buyer as to whether a natural stone has been enhanced. Additionally, antiques, by the very nature of their age, have wear that reflects their years of use. As a result, honest wear earned from use is to be expected and is sometimes the proof that an item is an antique. Normal wear will not be listed. Buyers who would like to know the fine points regarding condition should call prior to the auction. We would prefer that you examine the items before you place a bid. All other guarantees of authenticity of authorship, expressed or implied, are hereby disclaimed. There is no other warranty, express or implied. Each and every lot is sold “as is”.

The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer is the buyer. The auctioneer is the sole determinant as to who is the successful bidder. Once the auctioneer’s gavel falls, the successful bidder immediately assumes full risk and responsibility for the purchased lot.

BUYING FOR OUR ACCOUNT: The owners and employees of Garth’s Auctions, Inc. never have, nor ever will buy any item at our auction for ourselves.

LIABILITY: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. guarantees the authenticity of origin of a lot for a period of twenty-one days from the date of the auction and only to the original purchaser of record at the auction. If it is determined to Garth’s Auctions, Inc.’s satisfaction that the first bold line is incorrect, the sale will be rescinded provided the lot is returned to Garth’s Auctions, Inc. in the same condition in which it was at the time of the auction. It is also Garth’s Auctions, Inc.’s policy to have the purchaser obtain, at the purchaser’s expense, the opinion of one (or two in some cases) recognized experts in the field, mutually acceptable to Garth’s Auctions, Inc. and the purchaser, before Garth’s Auctions, Inc. determines whether to rescind the sale under the above guarantee. The purchaser’s sole remedy in the event of disputed authenticity of origin of any lot shall be the rescission of the sale and return of the original purchase price and premium paid by the purchaser. Garth’s Auctions, Inc. accepts no liability of any kind for an item after the gavel has fallen.

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DISPUTED AND REJECTED BIDS: The auctioneer reserves the right to re-open the bidding on the disputed lot. The auctioneer also reserves the right to reject nominal bids and to withdraw from the auction items that do not receive a bid reflective of an item’s worth. We make every attempt, for the benefit of both seller and buyer, to create lots that reflect the quality of our cataloged merchandise. Therefore, any lot not receiving an opening bid of at least $50.00 will be passed.

ESTIMATES & RESERVES: Presale estimates are intended as guides and may not be reflective of actual gavel price. Some of the items in this auction are subject to a reserve. The reserve is a confidential minimum price agreed upon by the consignor and Garth’s Auctions, Inc. The reserve will not be higher than the low estimate.

DEFINITIONS OF STATEMENTS: a) “Attributed to” – work is of the period of the named artist and may be the work of that artist, but not definitely so. b) “Circle of” – work of the period closely associated with the artist or from his studio. c) “School of” – work by a pupil or follower of the artist, in his style. d) “After” – in our opinion, a copy of the work of the artist. e) “Signed” – has a signature that in our opinion is the signature of the artist. f) “Bears signature” – has signature that in our opinion might be the signature of the artist.

PREVIEWS: We encourage our clients to come and examine the items before each auction. Preview times are listed in the forward of each catalog. The stage is closed during the auction.

CONDITION REPORTS: Absentee bidders should call for an updated condition report. This report supersedes the catalog description. Our staff will take a list of the items you would like examined and give you a time to call back for a detailed report. Photographs are also available for a nominal fee.

ABSENTEE BIDS: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. accepts absentee bids including internet bids. These bids are given to an experienced bidder to execute competitively. All absentee items are purchased as inexpensively as possible. Although our absentee bidding system is 100% honest, it is not foolproof and Garth’s Auctions, Inc. is not responsible for failing to execute any absentee bids. A $50.00 minimum bid is required on all lots. Absentee bids must be submitted in (a minimum of) $5.00 increments. Increments less than $5.00 will not be observed. Garth’s Auctions, Inc. also accepts telephone and live auction internet bids. For phone bidding it is to your advantage and we strongly recommend placing a “back up bid”.

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BIDDING INCREMENTS Absentee and saleroom bidders should be aware of the following bidding increments, to which our auctioneers adhere: $0-500 $500-1,000 $1,000-3,000 $3,000-5,000 $5,000-10,000 $10,000-30,000

$25 $50 $100 $250 $500 $1,000 or Auctioneer’s discretion

$30,000-50,000 $50,000-100,000 $100,000-300,000 $300,000-500,000 $500,000 & up

$2,500 or Auctioneers discretion $5,000 or Auctioneer’s discretion $10,000 or Auctioneer’s discretion $25,000 or Auctioneer’s discretion Auctioneer’s discretion

ONLINE BIDDING: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. may offer online bidding on specific catalogued auctions. For availability and online bidding policies visit our website garths.com.

BUYERS PREMIUM: A buyer’s premium will be added to the successful bid price and is payable by the purchaser as part of the total purchase price. The buyer’s premium (for bids made in person, or absentee bids placed through garths.com, or by phone, fax or email) is 17.5% of the successful bid price of each lot up to and including $250,000, and 12.5% on any amount in excess of $250,000. Note* Buyer's Premium for all bidding through online services such as garthslive.com, artfact.com or any other online bidding service is 20.5% of the successful bid price of each lot up to and including $250,000, and 15.5% on any amount in excess of $250,000.

SALES TAX: Buyers are required to pay state and local sales tax unless exempted by law. If exempt, buyers must file a tax exemption form with Garth’s Auctions, Inc. before any exemption can be made.

PAYMENT: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. accepts cash, personal and certified checks or VISA® and MasterCard® as payment for items purchased. Current identification (valid driver’s license) may be required. Garth's accepts payment in USD only; any currency-conversion fees are at the expense of the buyer. Wire transfer information is available by contacting our office. Items may not leave the premises until payment is made. Garth’s Auctions, Inc. reserves the right to hold merchandise until a check has cleared. A fee of $50 will be assessed on all returned checks. If payment has not been initiated within 10 days after the auction, Garth's reserves the right to charge the credit card on file. A fee of 1.5% per month of the total invoice, in addition to storage charges, will be charged (minimum finance charge $10) on all invoices not paid by the 28th day after the auction.

PACKING AND SHIPPING: Clients are invited to pick-up purchased items at our auction location during regular business hours or have items shipped by a company of their choosing. Should you require shipping assistance, please call us or visit the shipping concierge page on our website for a list of suggested shipping contractors. If you plan to pick-up your items, please let Garth's know as soon as possible, so that we may have items accessible for you. Purchasers utilizing shipping services will be charged by the company selected for packing, handling, postage and insurance. Garth's Auctions, Inc. is in no way responsible for the acts or omissions of independent contractors, packers or carriers of purchased merchandise. *Note: Regarding the shipment of firearms: please be aware that many restrictions apply to the international shipment of firearms, antique or otherwise. Ivory cannot be shipped outside of the USA. Your winning bid will not be canceled, rescinded, or retracted due to an international shipping limitation. It is your responsibility to resolve shipping issues PRIOR to bidding in this (or any other) auction.

STORAGE: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. requires that purchased items must be removed from the premises within 15 days of the auction unless other arrangements have been made. A notice of 24 hours must be given before items are picked up. Garth’s Auctions, Inc. reserves the right to charge a fee of $5 per day, per item, if not removed within the requested time frame. Items not removed after 60 days may, at the discretion of Garth’s Auctions, Inc., be sold without notice to the original purchaser, to cover the cost of the merchandise and storage charges. Items are stored at the buyer’s risk.

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FIREARMS: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. follows all Federal Firearms Regulations. ACCEPTANCE OF TERMS: Bidding on any item indicates the bidder’s acceptance of the terms and conditions of Garth’s Auctions, Inc.’s policy. We would like to thank you for your interest and participation.

OTHER INFORMATION FOR OUR CUSTOMERS CATALOG SUBSCRIPTIONS: $165.00 per year. All catalogues. (Includes complimentary subscription to Garth’s Eclectic Auction Brochures, $15.00 value). We are now accepting VISA® and MasterCard® for subscriptions and catalogue orders. Call 740.362.4771 or email info@garths.com.

CONSIGNMENTS: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. will assist you by selling one item, a collection or an entire estate. For consignment inquiries and appointments call one of our representatives: Jeff Jeffers, Steve Bemiller, Andrew Richmond or Jared Wells. Garth’s Auctions, Inc. is also licensed to sell real estate.

TRUSTS AND ESTATES: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. often works with bankers, trust officers, lawyers and others with the responsibility for dispersing estates. We will work with you and your representative to discuss you estate planning needs.

APPRAISALS: Garth’s Auctions, Inc. provides appraisal services for insurance, estate tax, family division and other purposes.

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RESTAURANTS (within 20 minutes)

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* At time of publication, discount will be given to Garth’s clients. Please inquire at time of reservation to confirm. Family pets are currently welcome. Please confirm this policy when making reservation. Fees may apply.

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Amatos Woodfired Pizza Buns Chandra's Bistro (Korean, sushi) Chelly Belly Chipotle Mi Cerrito Nova Old Bag of Nails Vaquero’s

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DIRECTIONS TO GARTH’S AUCTIONS, INC. 2690 Stratford Road, P.O. Box 369, Delaware, Ohio 43015 Phone: 740-362-4771 • Fax: 740-363-0164 Website: www.garths.com • E-Mail: info@garths.com Garth’s is located north of Columbus, Ohio approximately thirty minutes from the Columbus International Airport. FROM THE CINCINNATI AREA: Take I-71 North to Columbus. Then take Rt. 315N to 270E to 23N. Follow 23 North to Delaware. We are approximately 10 miles North on Route 23. You will pass a golf club on your right and the Methodist Theological Seminary. At the traffic light turn right (Stratford Road). We are the buildings on your left. FROM THE CLEVELAND AREA: Take I-71 South to Route 36/37 (Delaware/Sunbury exit 131). Take this route into Delaware, and turn left on Route 23 South. Turn left onto Stratford Road (at the sixth traffic light). We are the red buildings on your left. FROM COLUMBUS AIRPORT: Take I-670 East to I-270 North (or West) to Cleveland. The first exit past I-71 s Route 23 North—Delaware. We are approximately 10 miles North on Route 23. You will pass a Dornoch golf club and the Methodist Theological Seminary on your right. At the traffic light turn right (Stratford Road). We are the red buildings on your left. FROM THE DAYTON AREA: Take I-75 North to I-70 East to Columbus. Take I-270 around Columbus to the Delaware/Worthington exit (Route 23 North). Take 23 North to Delaware. We are approximately 10 miles North on Route 23. You will pass Dornoch golf club and the Methodist Theological Seminary on your right. At the traffic light turn right (Stratford Road). We are the red buildings on your left. FROM INDIANAPOLIS: Take I-70 East to Columbus. Take I-270 around Columbus to the Delaware/Worthington exit (Route 23 North). Take 23 North to Delaware. We are approximately 10 miles North on Route 23. You will pass Dornoch golf club and the Methodist Theological Seminary on your right. At the traffic light turn right (Stratford Road). We are the red buildings on your left. FROM PITTSBURGH: Take I-79 South to I-70 West to Columbus. Take I-270 to I-71 North to the Polaris Exit (Route 750). Turn left and follow 750 to Route 23 North (turn right). You will pass Dornoch golf club and the Methodist Theological Seminary on your right. At the traffic light turn right (Stratford Road). We are the red buildings on your left. | 119

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GARTH’S AUCTION ABSENTEE BID FORM AND FINANCIAL REFERENCE FOR NEW BIDDERS Sale Date:

I have examined these items.

Name:

Bidder No.

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Telephone #:

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Zip: Email:

Garth’s may, on my behalf, enter bids on the following lots to the maximum price I have indicated for each lot. I understand that if my bid is successful, the purchase price will be the sum of my final bid plus a premium (see policy) of the bid and an applicable sales tax. Garth’s will execute these bids competitively and make all reasonable attempts to purchase items as inexpensively as possible. Garth’s absentee bidding system is 100% honest but is not foolproof. Absentee bidders are subject to the terms and conditions as outlined in Garth’s policy in the catalog. CATALOG or LOT NUM B ER

SHORT DESCRIPTION OF LOT

To allow us to process your bids, bidders not yet known to Garth’s should supply the following information at least 3 days prior to the auction. We thank you!

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YOU MAY FAX THIS TO GARTH’S AT (740) 363-0164. PLEASE SUBMIT ADDITIONAL BIDS ON OTHER PAPER

Contact Person:

ANY QUESTIONS CALL (740) 362-4771

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Tomâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Boxes by Tom King

Delaware, Ohio As a retired antiquarian who once worked as a cataloguer in a nationally known auction house, I now use my extensive knowledge of furniture styles and construction to make early American furniture & accessories which are true to the form, scale and color of the originals which inspire me. Working exclusively in a 1-inch scale, I also make room boxes that are true to a particular period including a 17th century Connecticut kitchen, a circa 1740-1790 Pennsy,vania parlor, a circa 1810 Shaker parlor, a circa 1820-1840 Ohio bed chamber, and a circa 1850-1860 country store. Other than some hinges, I don't buy anything pre-made. I use poplar, pine, cherry, maple, curly maple, walnut, mahogany and antique'woods with old finish; oil stains, ink, and acrylic, latex and oil paints. I also incorporate tin, iron, brass, copper and galvanized metal as projects dictate. Fibers include both old & new fabrics, as well as floss and string. I occasionally cast pans from plastic resin. My sister makes mini hooked rugs quilts, mattresses & pillows for my beds and more to complement my fumiture.

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For additional images of my work, visit my Facebook page facebook.com/Tomsboxes. Special orders accepted. Contact Tom King at 941.243.1538 or tking74@columbus.rr.com.

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Join us for a treasure hunt. Fine antiques including furniture, silver, prints and more from 31 distinguished dealers. PREVIEW RECEPTION: Friday, May 24, 6–9 pm $125 BREAKFAST & TOUR of Which Way the Wind Blows: Antique American Weathervanes Saturday, May 25, 9 am $25 A PASSION FOR COLLECTING: DEALER BOOTH TALKS Sunday, May 26 & Monday, May 27, 10:30–1:30 pm SHOW HOURS: 10 am–5 pm $15 admission

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