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Fall Antique Catalogued Auction

November 17 & 18, 2017

 

    1. Large Strawser bird tree ca. 2001; large twig tree in a round turned base with twelve colorful carved figures including: a peafowl, turkey, cardinal, goose, parrot, blue jay, chickens, owl, squirrel and eagle by Daniel & Diane Strawser, 10"d, 34 1/2"h

    Sold For 200.00

    2. Carpentier mochaware coffee pot ca. 2002; reproduction mochaware domed top coffee pot with seaweed pattern on a brown background with bands of brown, blue and green decoration and a gooseneck spout with floral frond design by Don Carpentier, 9 1/2"x 5 1/4"x 11 1/2"

    Sold For 500.00

    3. Strawser bird tree ca. 2001; twig tree in a wooden turned base with five medium size song birds in various colors, 9"d, 18"h

     Sold For 100.00

    4. Foltz redware flower pot ca. 2001; large fluted rim flower pot with redware birds on floral leaf accents and fluted rim saucer with mottled accent to clear glaze on both pieces, 10"d, 9 1/4"h

    Sold For 140.00

    5. Nolde Forest Pottery redware dog ca. 2000; cream color sheep dog with black accent glaze holding a basket of apples in a tool decorated and multi-color basket marked #1 and signed by the artist, 13"x 5"x 9 1/2"

    Sold For 300.00

    6. Foltz redware Santa & angel ca. 1984 & 1985; form molded angel holding a tablet with slip accent to wings and hair, 6"x 4 1/2"x 8 1/2"; form molded Santa holding a Christmas tree and pack of presents with green and yellow accent and clear glaze, 5"x 3 3/4"x 10"

     Sold For 120.00

    7. Foltz redware vase ca. 2002; field ring bottle shaped vase on a pedestal base, with three birds and applied floral vine decoration, green and yellow accent with clear glaze, 9 1/4"x 5"x 11 3/4"

     Sold For 230.00

    8. Foltz redware Santa ca. 1995; large plateau based redware Santa figure feeding two geese from his hand and one goose helping himself from Santa's bag with yellow slip accent to Santa and clear glazing, 9"x 6 3/4"x 8 1/2"

    Sold For 110.00

    9. Nolde Forest Pottery redware sugar bowl ca. 2001; redware sugar bowl with rope twist handle, multi-tier lid with scroll rings applied to domed top, yellow and blue slip dot accent and clear glaze signed by Wes Muckey & Greg Zieber, 5 1/2"d, 8 1/2"h

    Sold For 120.00

    10. Foltz squirrel top redware bank ca. 1993; hand turned bulbous bank with comical squirrel holding acorn seated on bed of oak leaves and acorns with green and mottled glaze accent, 5 1/4"d, 8 1/2"h

    Sold For 300.00

    11. Foltz covered redware jar ca. 2002; hand turned redware jar with brown and clear mottled glazing, domed lid with dove on floral leaf design with yellow and green accent to mottled glaze, 6 3/4"d, 10"h

    Sold For 50.00

    12. Foltz redware jug & soup plate ca. 1990 & 2001; dove and tulip design black and yellow slip decorated bowl with center motif of a dove on a tulip and banded on rim with floral leaf design, 8 1/2"d, 1 1/2"h; hand turned bulbous handled jug with dove on grape cluster accent with blue and gray accent to mottled clear glaze, 6 1/2"d, 8"h

    Sold For 130.00

    13. Shooner loaf dish ca. 2001; early form loaf dish with incised birds and floral motif accented with red, brown and green glaze accent colors and banded with dot and rope twist design, 14 1/2"x 12"x 2 1/4"

    Sold For 150.00

    14. 2 Shooner redware bowls ca. 1998; double tulip design bowl with brown and green glaze accent bands, 7 1/2"d; sgraffito style incised rooster with brown and redware color raised glaze accent and incised brown accent border, 8 1/2"d

    Sold For 95.00

    15. Breininger Peaceable Kingdom figure ca. 2000; goat with tall horns, beard and erect tail lying with yellow glaze leopard having cut sponge black glaze accent on a redware plateau with floral and seashell design stamps, 9 1/2"x 6 1/2"

    Sold For 250.00

    16. Jeff White redware bear ca. 2007; hand molded and decorated redware statue of a seated bear holding onto a hollow tree stump with yellow and green accent glaze to plateau base, 5 1/2"x 3 1/2"x 6"

    Sold For 95.00

    17. Jeff White redware squirrel ca. 2005; hand molded and incised decorated figure of a squirrel holding an acorn with erect tail, mottled glazing and seated on a tree stump with blue and green accent to clear glaze, 4 1/4"x 5 1/2"x 6 1/2"

    Sold For 95.00

    18. Nolde Forest redware reclining lion ca. 11-30-00; figural statue of a brown and black glazed lion with tail wrapped and lying over back, tool decorated mane and end of tail and lying on a plateau base with black and yellow raised glaze dot border marked #1 and signed by Zieber, Muckey & Mederin, 12"x 7 1/4"x 6"

    Sold For 200.00

    19. Nolde Forest redware tiger ca. 12-18-01; reclining white tiger figure on a plateau base with wrapped tail, incised decoration with white matte glaze and black brush stroke glaze accent all on a shaped plateau with black and white glaze dot border, 13"x 6 1/2"x 6"

    Sold For 260.00

    20. Seagraves redware bird ca. 1960-1970s; parrot beaked bird with green, yellow and black glazing with wings having raised diamond mold and embossed decorated legs by James Seagraves, 7 3/4"x 4"x 6 1/4"

    Sold For 95.00

    21. Hanging dovetailed cherry slide lid candle box  ca. 1700-1830; slide lid candle box with fine dovetails, slide lid with decorative scrollwork grasp and back with tombstone top hanger, 8"x 5 3/4"x 19"

    Sold For 180.00

    22. 2 hand wrought round revolving gridirons ca. 1700-1800s; three-footed handled base with floral front decorating a round revolving gridiron, 12" wheel, 24 1/2"x 3 3/4"; traditional round gridiron on a three-footed base with decorative half-moon cusp, 12" wheel, 25 1/2"x 4"

    Sold For 120.00

    23. 2 turned walnut mortar & pestles ca. 1800-1900; fine pedestal base turned mortar with flute line bands and matching turned pestle both in lacquered finish, 5 3/4"d, 7 3/4"h; primitive high pedestal base mortar with raised flute central band in a turned hardwood walnut pestle, 5"d, 7 3/4"h

    Sold For 120.00

    24. 2 metal reflector ovens ca. 1700-1800s; wrought iron reflector oven with three double hook racks, rolled hood, pad feet, large tote handle and rectangular pan base, 15 1/2"x 9"x 11 1/2"; 19th century small bird tin roasting oven with hand wrought revolving skewer, two tote handles, hinge access door and small gravy spout, 11 1/2"x 6"x 10 1/2"

    Sold For 120.00

    25. Primitive hanging salt box with utensil box top  ca. 1840-1870; refinished softwood box with one drawer in nail construction with simple knife carved decoration, utensil box top and simple salt drawer base, 11 3/4"x 7 1/2"x 15"

    Sold For 190.00

    26. 2 handled gridiron roasting racks ca. 1800-1930; early square rack gridiron with bevel topped handle and lima bean cusp having a rack with nine rails, 10"x 10"x 2 1/4"; late mass-produced camping gridiron with rod rack and decorative cusp on handle, 7 1/2"x 8 1/2"x 2 3/4"

    Sold For 25.00

    27. 3 primitive mortars & pestles ca. 1800-1900; primitive grinding mortar with carved pad foot and turned mahogany pestle, 5 1/4"d, 8"h; turned hardwood pad foot grinding mortar and turned pestle, 5 3/4"d, 8"h; turned yellow pine grinding mortar and turned pestle, 5 3/4"d, 7 3/4"h

    Sold For 130.00

    28. 2 wrought fireplace utensils ca. 1700-1900s; 18th century easel type plate warmer with ornamental scroll design rack and hinged strap prop with two prong fork foot, 12"x 2"x 14"; reproduction three-foot drippings catcher with a boat shaped catching pan having rolled feet and heavy spade tipped handle, 18"x 4"x 3 3/4", 10 1/2" handle

    Sold For 75.00

    29. 3 late Jamaican ebony turned mortar & pestles ca. 1940-present; chalice type mortar with wick fluted stem and bead edge base with narrow pestle, 4"d, 6"h; unfinished high foot chalice mortar and turned pestle, 3 1/2"d; large arch footed chalice type mortar with large turned pestle, 4 1/2"d, 7 3/4"h

    Sold For 25.00

    30. 7 wrought iron long handle fireplace utensils ca. 1700-1900s; two coal shovels with one having a ball cusp rod handle; two butcher's skimmer ladles; pinch and scroll top skewer with rattail top on handle; two butcher forks

    Sold For 80.00

    31. Sawtooth kettle trammel with decorative top ca. 1700s; early American form with strap on strap sawtooth design, sawtooth hook strap with fancy double onion cusp, hanger strap with round beam hanger on swivel eye hook, 9"x 43 1/2"- 53"

    Sold For 120.00

    32. 2 large turned mortar & pestles ca. 1800-1900s; Brazilian rosewood turned large mortar with cylinder and banded base and lipped rim with turned maple pestle, 7"d, 6 3/4"h; early turned walnut cylinder-shaped mortar with turned cherry pestle, 6 1/2"d, 7 1/2"h

     Sold For 65.00

    33. Oblong hand hewn burle trencher ca. 1850; adze hewn trencher with lightly varnished finish, 13 1/4"x 13 3/4"x 6"

    Sold For 260.00

    34. Large softwood hanging salt box ca. 1800-1900; square shaped wall box in nail construction with pin-hinge, chamfered edge lid and decorative scroll top back, 10 1/4"x 10 1/4"x 15 3/4"

    Sold For 50.00

    35. 2 hand wrought revolving gridirons ca. 1800-1900; later form round grid with five lap weld rails on a Y shaped three-footed base and a simple strap handle, 12 1/4"d grid, 28"x 5"; fancy revolving grid with wave and flat rails on a forked three-foot bevel base having a swelled handle with lima bean cusp, 13 1/2"d, grid, 24 3/4"x 3 1/4"

    Sold For 85.00

    36. 5 horn containers ca. 1700-1900s; odd round leather tobacco box with lid, 4 1/2"d, 2"h; honing stone horn with wrought iron belt hook and initial "O.Y.P.", 3 1/2"d, 9 1/2"h; ox powder horn with hand carved flute and spout and wooden walnut plug with iron clip, 3"d, 10"h; small carved spout horn with turned walnut plug having brass pins, 2 1/4"d, 7 1/4"h; late German fancy goat powder horn with shaped plug fastened with brass push pins having a small ball tipped stopper, 2 1/4"d, 7 1/2"h

    Sold For 160.00

    37. 2 wrought iron roasting racks ca. 1800-1900s; pad foot small roasting rack with six loose hooks on a rod hanger mounted to hook topped twisted supports and a rectangular tray hanging on raised legs, 14 1/2"x 8"x 9 1/2"; later hook handle rack with two swivel racks and a trough style grease catcher on swivel pins, 13 1/2"x 4"x 18 1/2"

    Sold For 230.00

    38. 3 turned mortar & pestles ca. 1700-1800s; early cylinder turned walnut mortar with extensive band and line decoration and a turned maple pestle, 6 1/2"x 7"; turned lignum vitae mortar with heavy pestle, 5 1/2"x 6"; early turned lignum vitae pad footed mortar with flared rim and a turned walnut stomper, 7 1/2"d, 6 3/4"h

    Sold For 160.00

    39. 4 hearth cooking utensils ca. 1700-1800s; early wrought iron wafer iron initialed "HHL" with long tong handles, 5 3/4"d, 32 1/2"l; Berks Co. type skimmer ladle with a shallow brass pierced bowl mounted on a wrought handle with long protruding center brace and handle with spear and ball top, 7"d, 28"l; early form brass and iron dipping ladle with turned brass one quart shallow pan having a rolled and wired rim and fastened to a wrought tapered strap type handle, 6 3/4"x 3 1/2"x 31 1/2"; late tin flashed brass ladle on wrought rod style handle, 3 3/4"d, 28"l

    Sold For 35.00

    40. 2 wooden primitives ca. 1700-1800s; 18th century coopered tapered water bucket with pinned oak swing handle and broad metal hoops, 11"-12"d, 14 1/2"h; slide drawer type ballot box on pine paddle in simple nail construction with drawer having a black painted knob, 4 3/4"x 18"x 3 3/4"

    Sold For 200.00

    41. 8 miniature cast iron horses ca. 1950-1970s; two sorrel color horses with one attributed to Hubley, two chestnut color with full white muzzles, two chestnut with black mane and tails and one brown with little accent, 3 1/2"x 3" each

    Sold For 35.00

    42. Pair of Hubley horses ca. 1960-1970s; both palomino mare and foal on wooden bases attributed to Hubley: one with white accent to nose and socks on front feet; one with light dapple brown finish with similar accent, 8"x 3 1/2"x 6" each

    Sold For 70.00

    43. 2 iron penny banks ca. 1910-1930; Arcade prancing horse bank with unfinished surface, 4 3/4"x 4 1/4"; A.C. Williams seated pig with bronze radiator paint and red paint accent, 5"x 3"

    Sold For 35.00

    44. 5 Hubley type Scottie dog paperweights ca. 1960s; souvenir castings of model #400 seated Scottie painted black with red collar and tongue, 4"x 3"

    Sold For 90.00

    45. 8 souvenir miniature horses ca. 1960s+; three re-painted gray with accents; two black with white accent; three solid black, 4"x 3"

    Sold For 25.00

    46. 2 cast iron toys ca. 1881-1920; Arcade type "Royal" two burner gas stove with radiator paint, 3"x 3"x 4 1/2"; Kyser & Rex "Security Safe Deposit" safe shaped combination door bank with gold leaf accent and patent dated 3/1/1887 on base, 3"x 2 1/2"x 4"

    Sold For 40.00

    47. Pair of Spanish Galleon bookends & doorstop ca. 1920s; attributed to Creations Co.: pair of cast bookends in three mast galleon design with antiqued bronze finish and flat plateau base, 7 1/2"x 7 1/2"; similar galleon design doorstop in multi-color with bronze antique finish, 5 1/4"x 6"

    Sold For 25.00

    48. 5 Hubley type miniature cast iron animal paperweights ca. 1910-1960s; jumbo elephant in bronze paint; wire hair Terrier in nickel plate; Setter in nickel plate; Cocker Spaniel in light brown paint; Scottie standing in black paint, 2 1/4"- 4 1/4"x 2"-3"

    Sold For 95.00

    49. 4 cast iron mailbox banks ca. 1910-1930; AC Williams "US Mail" with rear slot and green paint with gold accent, 2 1/2"x 1 1/4"x 3 3/4"; three small standing mailboxes in green paint with gold leaf accent and attributed to Hubley with embossed "U.S. Mail Letters” on front panel, 2"x 1 1/2"x 4"

    Sold For 110.00

    50. Iron Scottie dog doorstop ca. 1930-1950s; Hubley #305 Scottie dog in heavy casting with fine detail to fur and finish, black painted surface and standing with erect tail and ears, 11"x 8 1/2"

    Sold For 140.00

    51. 5 cast iron seated Scottie dog paperweights ca. 1940-1970s; all model #400 paperweight dogs in black paint with red accent to collar attributed to Hubley, 3 3/4"x 3"

    Sold For 100.00

    52. 2 house shaped banks ca. 1900-1920; "quadrafoil" single story house with Dutch gable style roof, central chimney, peaked windows and twist access bolt, 2 1/2"x 2"x 3"; AC Williams two story house with gold radiator paint and green roof, 2 1/4"x 2"x 3"

    Sold For 100.00

    53. 9 miniature iron horses ca. 1940-1960s; five sorrel color horses with white accent and four chestnut color with black mane and tail and white accents, 3 1/2"x 3"

    Sold For 35.00

    54. 5 dog paperweights ca. 1940-1950s; two Cocker Spaniel dogs; English Setter with white and black paint; cast white metal wired Fox Terrier in black and white paint; white metal English Setter with white and brown fur, 3"- 4 1/2"x 2 1/4"-2 3/4"

    Sold For 140.00

    55. 3 iron bank buildings ca. 1900-1930; two AC Williams Presto banks with solid embossed cast tower center, gray paint and brass painted dome, 2 3/4"x 2"x 3 3/4"; AC Williams small dome bank with gray radiator painted walls and bronze painted roof and dome, 2"x 1 3/4"x 3"

    Sold For 75.00

    56. 2 Hubley dog bookends ca. 1920-1930s; #407 model wire haired Fox Terrier with black overpaint, 7"x 5 1/2"; #427 model Spaniel standing dog with black paint and white accent paint, 7"x 4 3/4"

    Sold For 110.00

    57. 7 seated Scottie dog paperweights ca. 1950-1980s; model #400 Hubley-type dogs painted black with five having accent paint to collar and eyes, 3 1/2"x 3"

    Sold For 95.00

    58. 7 Walt Disney "dwarf" figures ca. 1937-1939; complete set of seven dwarves made of cast hard rubber by the Seiberling Latex Co. with names on caps and painted clothing accent, 5 1/4"- 5 1/2" each

    Sold For 130.00

    59. 2 Pinocchio dolls ca. 1940-1950s; both Disney trademarked: one Walt Disney Productions made in USA composition hard rubber doll with jointed arms and colorful paint accent, 9 1/4"h; Ideal Novelty & Toy Co. composition head and body doll with jointed wood legs and arms and original felt cap, 10 1/2"h

    Sold For 65.00

    60. Seagraves redware handled fat lamp ca. 1970s; hand-molded two-level lamp in green glaze with a spout on pie wheel decorated saucer base, narrow cup top with spout and pie wheel decoration and decorative handle with knob top by James Seagraves, 8 1/2"x 5 3/4"x 8 1/4"

    Sold For 120.00

    61. Breininger redware charger ca. 1978; yellow slip with incised tulips in urn design and green accent glaze by Lester Breininger, 12 1/2"d

    Sold For 50.00

    62. Breininger redware seated dog figure ca. 2001; seated dog in yellow glaze with glass eyes, basket in its mouth containing a yellow glaze milk bottle and a plateau with stamp decoration and mottled glaze by Lester Breininger, 7 1/4"x 4 1/4"x 6 3/4"

    Sold For 200.00

    63. Jeff White standing lion ca. 2005; hand molded, hollow form lion with redware spaghetti-type mane and tail tip, 9 1/2"x 4"x 7 1/2"

    Sold For 130.00

    64. Foltz covered redware bowl ca. 2001; traditional soup tureen base with brown thumbprint mottled glaze, domed lid with large seated squirrel holding an acorn on top and banded with applied acorns and finished with mottled brown and clear glaze by Ned Foltz, 7 3/4"d, 10 1/2"h

    Sold For 400.00

    65. Foltz redware bank ca. 1997; bulbous jug shaped bank with pipe clay overlay, incised floral design band and dove perched on top of bank with two applied grasps by Ned Foltz, 5 1/2"d, 8 3/4"h

     Sold For 80.00

    66. Redware monkey riding dog figure ca. 2000s; standing dog with yellow slip and incised fur holding a green glazed basket with a load of apples and featuring a monkey riding the dog with a tool decorated cap, buttons and scarf attributed to Breininger redware, 9 1/4"x 4"x 9"

    Sold For 500.00

    67. Nolde Forest redware tiger ca. 2001; tiger with incised fur, curled tail, hand molded eyes and erect ears with yellow slip accent and clear glaze with black stripe accents, 12"x 3 1/2"x 8 1/4"

    Sold For 180.00

    68. 2 redware figures ca. 1984 & 1987; Lester Breininger figure of a bearded man seated on tree stump smoking a pipe and seated dog begging on a plateau base, 11 1/2"x 4 3/4"x 8 1/4"; Ned Foltz figure of a woman in a dress and apron with a bird perched on her shoulder standing along an open molded tree with leaves and four doves with plateau base toolwork banding incised accent, clear glaze with green accent to leaves and flowers and grass of plateau, 7"d, 11 1/2"h

     Sold For 130.00

    69. Turtle Creek redware horse & rider ca. 2002; standing hand-molded horse with applied and tool decoration and a rider with peg base that sits in a hole at the saddle all on a plateau base with thick mottled glaze, 8"x 4 1/4"x 9 1/2"

    Sold For 240.00

    70. Foltz redware bear ca. 1992; large figural folk-art piece on a hollow formed log base with grape and vine applied accent and bear figure emerging from the top with spaghetti-type applied fur, 7"x 8 1/2"x 12 1/2"

    Sold For 625.00

    71. 2 Carpentier mochaware bowls ca. 2001 & 2002; earthworm and cat's eye design lathe-turned creamware bowl with coggle wheel leaf design band, tan slip band and earthenware drop design in blue, white and brown slip and leaf-work band with green glaze accent, 6 1/2"d, 3 1/2"h; large footed lathe-turned creamware serving bowl in seaweed design with tool wheel band decoration in blue, orange and brown colors, 10 1/4"d, 4 3/4"h

    Sold For 450.00

    72. Carpentier mochaware bowl ca. 2002; lathe turned creamware footed bowl with double earthworm and cat's eye design, upper and lower green glazed tool wheel bands, central blue band with redware and brown and white crossing earthworm design, 13"x 6"

    Sold For 550.00

    73. 3 Seagraves redware pieces ca. 1970-1980s; James Seagraves handled stein with incised brown slipware band featuring two peafowl birds, a heart and pinwheel star incised decoration, 4 1/2"d, 7"h; two Native American inspired vases by Verna Seagrave with traditional southwest geometric styling, 2 3/4"d, 6"h & 2 1/4"d, 5"h

     Sold For 65.00

    74. 2 Seagraves redware pieces ca. 1963-1965; small black slip incised bowl with tulip and vine design and a coggle wheel rim, 6"d, 2 1/2"h; lidded jar with incised work tulip on a green slip band having a seated lid with punch knob and brown accent band to rim, 5"d, 7 1/4"h

    Sold For 80.00

    75. 2 Shooner redware pieces ca. 1997 & 2001; bird topped bulbous jug bank with Albany slip glazing, 4 3/4"d, 7"h; Moravian inspired jug with brown bands, upper band with yellow slip wheat head design and small sun design with red slip and green raised slip dots, center of jug with thumbprint mottled glaze and lower brown band with wavy green slip decoration, 4 1/2"d, 6"h

    Sold For 120.00

    76. Shooner redware jug ca. 1996; small ovoid shaped redware jug with brushed manganese mottled glaze decorative accent, 4 3/4"d, 7 1/4"h

    Sold For 70.00

    77. Breininger Moravian inspired flask ca. 5/18/2000; flask shaped bottle with incised tulip and distelfink bird on floral design on brown Albany slip with green, yellow and red raised slip glaze accent, 4 1/2"x 3 1/2"x 8"

    Sold For 130.00

    78. 2 Jeff White redware pieces ca. 2001 & 2002; two story farmhouse with overhanging gables, impressed windows and door, two chimneys and yellow slip accent to roof, 4 3/4"x 4 3/4"x 5 3/4"; eaglet with wings spread, yellow slip and brown and red accent glaze, 8 1/2"x 2 3/4"x 5 1/2"

    Sold For 180.00

    79. Jonathan Bastian eagle carving ca. 2001; folk art chip carved bald eagle on stand with head painted white with black eyes and accent gold painted beak, brown painted spread wings with colorful accent paint on a green painted base, 7"x 4"x 6 3/4"

    Sold For 150.00

    80. Refinished Enterprise coffee mill ca. 10/21/1873 patent; table top coffee grinder with a double compass wheel mounted on a wooden base with drawer, 10"x 12 1/2"x 17 1/2"

    Sold For 230.00

    81. Shell motor oil quart bottle ca. 1933; Imperial quart embossed oil bottle with Shell motif and marked "Shell Motor Oil Co. of Canada" and a raised ribbed surface, 3"d, 15"h

    Sold For 80.00

    82. Planters Peanut "Running Peanut Man" store jar ca. 1930-1940s; embossed barrel shaped store jar with running Mr. Peanut motif, peanut shaped handle and "Planter's Salted Peanuts" label, 8 3/4"d, 12 1/2"h

    Sold For 120.00

    83. ET Barnum "Bronze Medal" cheese safe ca. 1880s; mixed woods and glass counter top cheese safe with tambour roll-up door stenciled "ET Barnum Bronze Medal Cheese Safes" with the top rail having screen covered vent holes, 21 1/2"x 21 1/4"x 24 1/4"

    Sold For 140.00

    84. 2 Lance glass lid cracker jars ca. 1940-1950s; pre-1953 Lance crossed spear decal on an eight-sided store jar with embossed Lance lid with an eight-sided knob and bottom of jar embossed "Lance", 7"x 8 3/4"x 12 1/2"; post-1953 pennant decal on an eight-sided store jar embossed "Lance" on bottom with lid having a matching banner and eight-sided knob, 7 1/4"x 9"x 13"

    Sold For 90.00

    85. 3 Clark's Teaberry Gum display stands ca. 1920-1930s; vaseline colored glass display stand with embossed "Clark's Teaberry Gum" on pedestal base; two similar display stands with reverse painted bases: one with clear glass and one with light purple glass, 6 3/4"x 4 3/4"x 3" each

     Sold For 45.00

    86. Small oak & glass countertop display case ca. 1890-1920; upright candy display with single level glass shelf, lamb's tongue molded base, half round molded top with glass cabinet and a single hinged door, 16 3/4"x 11"x 14 3/4" base

    Sold For 190.00

    87. 2 Planters Peanut "gold fishbowl" store jars ca. 1940-1950s; two fishbowl shaped Planters Peanut store jars with embossed rectangular pedestal base and marked "Made in USA" and both lids with peanut shaped knobs, 7 1/4"x 10"x 13 1/4" each

    Sold For 100.00

    88. 2 "Sealpackerchief" store display cases ca. 1918 patent reverse label; both mahogany cases with glass panel front and top, front has reverse decal and cabinets have hinged rear doors, 18 3/4"x 8 1/2"x 6 1/4"

    Sold For 130.00

    89. Lance Cracker store jar ca. 1950-1960s; tall store jar with post-1953 pennant logo and bottom of jar marked "Lance" with a heavy pressed steel Lance lid and chrome plated knob, 7 1/4"x 8 1/2"x 15"

    Sold For 75.00

    90. Reproduction miniature walnut blanket chest ca. 1995; fine dovetailed miniature blanket chest with ogee bracket feet, hinged lid, interior till with hide-a-drawer panel, front of chest with fine wavy grain, bottom of chest marked "Made by Joseph Peachey II & Son John Lee, Allensville, PA", 21 3/4"x 10 3/4"x 13 3/4"

    Sold For 290.00

    91. Square oak countertop display case ca. 1900; oak and glass counter top display case with reverse ogee mold base and crown mold, single glass shelf interior and single hinged access door with oak knob and a ball baring catch, 16"x 15 1/2"x 18 1/4"

    Sold For 170.00

    92. Planters Peanut display jar ca. 1930s; six-sided jar with three sides having the Planters arch logo and three with Mr. Peanut figure, yellow decal decoration, fired finish, marked "Made in USA" and round embossed lid with peanut handle, 8"d, 9 1/2"h

     Sold For 95.00

    93. Porcelain Mail Pouch Tobacco thermometer ca. 1930s; thermometer with "Treat Yourself to the Best Chew Mail Pouch" with a white background having blue overlay and yellow lettering, 7"x 27"x 1/2"

    Sold For 85.00

    94. 1913 PA porcelain license plate ca. 1913; green background plate with white lettering and original keystone makers number tag, 14"x 6"

    Sold For 150.00

    95. Small oak & glass countertop display case ca. 1900-1930; rectangular case with single glass shelf, reverse ogee molded base, half round mold top and single hinge door with brass knob and ball baring catch, 16 3/4"x 10 3/4"x 14 3/4"

    Sold For 200.00

    96. Reproduction miniature poplar blanket chest ca. 1993; poplar wood chest in dovetailed construction with walnut stain finish, ogee bracket feet and interior till with hidden drawer made by Joseph Peachey II of Allensville, PA, 21 1/2"x 10 3/4"x 13 1/2"

    Sold For 190.00

    97. ONT oak 2 drawer thread cabinet ca. 1870-1900; rectangular oak two drawer spool cabinet with ONT (Our New Thread by Clark's Thread) embossed drop-type pulls, blue mirror glass and chamfer molded bottom lip and cabinet top, 22"x 15"x 7 1/2"

    Sold For 95.00

    98. Mahogany & glass countertop display case ca. 1920-1930s; rectangular display with slide in glass panel top and bottom, single door with hinge on pivot with ball baring catch and chrome plated knob and interior with two adjustable glass shelves, 15"x 10 1/2"x 14 1/2"

     Sold For 150.00

    99. Oak & glass countertop display case ca. 1900-1920s; display with slide-in glass top, simple wooden molded base, back with two flip down access doors with small lever catch and interior with single level wooden shelf, 39 1/2"x 13 1/2"x 21 1/2"

    Sold For 150.00

    100. Clark's Thread advertising shop keeper's desk ca. 1880-1900; counter top oak slant lid desk with leather cover lift lid, four small drawers with "Clarks ONT Spool Cotton" labels with brass background and black lettering, drawers with pressed brass shell pattern handle on pulls and decal on back of desk, 27 1/2"x 20 1/2"x 12"

     Sold For 180.00

    101. Country store bread case ca. 1900-1910; refinished oak and glass counter case with brass tag on bottom rail for "Miami Manufacturing Co., Peru, Ill." with the interior having two slat shelves and rear hinged wooden door with small cabinet spring latch, 24"x 24"x 32 1/2"

    Sold For 230.00

    102. Vintage Coca-Cola wall clock ca. 1950s; disc-shaped wall clock of pressed steel with brown enamel background, red and white script, fired Coca-Cola decal and gold decal clock numbers with GE model 608 clock works, 18"d

    Sold For 85.00

    103. 3 Gaudy flow blue pitchers ca. 1885; three cant sided cylindrical Gaudy flow blue earthenware pitchers with embossed apple branch designs in yellow and reddish apples with copper lustre stems and leaves and molded rustic twig handles, 4 1/4"- 4 1/2"d, 6 1/4"- 6 1/2"h

    Sold For 85.00

    104. Gaudy flow blue ironstone plates, cups & saucers ca. 1855; Gaudy flow blue Morning Glory pattern ironstone with copper lustre outlining: pair of twelve-sided luncheon plates, 8 1/4"; pair of paneled handleless cups and saucers

    Sold For 85.00

    105. 3 flow blue pitchers & floral design creamer ca. 1885; three flow blue squarish base earthenware pitchers with embossed yellow floral design and copper lustre detailed stems and leaves; six-sided base earthenware creamer with embossed yellow floral design and copper lustre detailed stems and leaves

    Sold For 75.00

    106. 3 flow blue pitchers & creamer ca. 1860-1880; flow blue earthenware pitchers with various designs and copper lustre detail: round base with embossed diamond edged panels enclosing stylized shrubs; baluster form with nine embossed paterae on belly, shell motif spout and two polychromal floral sprays flowing from upper end of handle impressed "W" at end of handle; round base with embossed polychromal lilies and foliage; round base embossed creamer with boy leaning against a tree holding a bird's nest

    Sold For 160.00

    107. 16 flow blue copper lustre pinwheel pattern items ca. 1890-1915; three bulbous creamers; waste bowl; five various size handled cups and saucers with pair of saucers having brown ink back stamp "Staffordshire/ England"; mug; three side plates; pair of deep dishes; luncheon plate; shallow bowl

    Sold For 140.00

    108. 4 flow blue items ca. 1880; earthenware items with copper lustre details: squarish serving dish in shell and seaweed designs; round base bulbous creamer with molded tulips and foliage on a pebbled ground; twelve paneled footed baluster creamer with serpent form handle and simple foliage design; round base creamer with embossed diamond edged panels with stylized shrubs

    Sold For 110.00

    109. 4 flow blue pitchers ca. 1880; earthenware bulbous pitchers with copper lustre detailing: molded fox glove flowers and foliage; pair with molded rose and vegetation designs; one stylized floral and leaf design

    Sold For 90.00

    110. Group of Gaudy Welsh Wagon Wheel pattern items ca. 1880-1920; five mugs with three having vertical squiggly lines and other two with vertical commas in a herringbone motif and brown ink back stamp "Staffordshire/ England"; six handled cups with five in herringbone motif and four saucers with two in herringbone motif; two waste bowls; five bulbous creamers with four in herringbone motif; biscuit plate with unknown impressed crown mark in herringbone motif; four deep dishes; toddy plate in herringbone motif; eleven various plates with seven in herringbone motif and five with brown ink back stamps "Staffordshire/England" or "Charles Allerton & Sons/ England"; two luncheon plates with one in herringbone motif

    Sold For 220.00

    111. 5 flow blue pitchers ca. 1880; earthenware pitchers with copper lustre highlights and molded rope twist borders: pair with butterflies hovering over bamboo and foliage with one having a clear impressed registration mark "R No 39910"; pair similar to the first but registration marks are not clear; one sunflower and foliage design with top Greek key border band

    Sold For 130.00

    112. 5 flow blue pitchers & creamers ca. 1870-1880; earthenware pitchers with copper lustre highlights: four similar molded tulip and foliage pitchers and creamers with a pebbled background; one creamer with molded scene of two lads busy at some unknown activity with a bearded face spout

    Sold For 110.00

    113. Grouping of Gaudy Welsh Tulip pattern items ca. 1850; two bulbous creamers; bulbous two handled covered sugar with six feet; two waste bowls; four handled cups and saucers with two are possibly marriages; one biscuit plate; one toddy plate; one side plate with indented rim

    Sold For 250.00

    114. 8 pieces of Gaudy Welsh ca. 1850-1925; three English porcelain Gaudy Welsh Oyster pattern items: two bulbous creamers & waste bowl; four English earthenware Gaudy Welsh Oyster pattern items: bulbous creamer & three waste bowls with the smaller two having green ink back stamps "Allertons/ Est 1831/ Made in England"; English earthenware bulbous creamer in Grape Variant pattern

    Sold For 100.00

    115. 8 Gaudy Welsh Oyster pattern items ca. 1850-1930; porcelain bulbous creamer; porcelain canted sided waste bowl; three bulbous creamers with one having a black ink back stamp "Allertons/Est 1831/ Made in England"; three handled mug; two canted sided waste bowls

    Sold For 85.00

    116. Gaudy Welsh Oyster pattern items ca. 1850-1910; porcelain including: two handled cups and saucers, side plate & cheese plate; earthenware: six handled cups and saucers with one saucer having a brown ink back stamp "Staffordshire/England"; eight toddy plates with three having a brown ink back stamp "Staffordshire/England"; three side plates with one having a green ink back stamp "J Kent/ Fenton/ England"

    Sold For 230.00

    117. 6 Queens Rose variant cups & saucers ca. 1825; six English pearlware Queen's Rose variant handleless cups and saucers in red rose with green leaves and borders of round medallions paired with diapered cartouches between four simple flowered stems with orangey-red rims

    Sold For 130.00

    118. 4 pearlware handleless cups & saucers ca. 1825-1840; pair with fat strawberries and stylized leaves; eight purple petal floral motif with large stylized fern-like leaf designs with an orangey-red rim edge; twelve orangey-red petal floral design with green centers and foliage, pink buds and an orangey-red rim edge

    Sold For 120.00

    119. Silver resist Farmer's Creed pitcher ca. 1825; English pearlware pitcher with black transfer of Farmer's Creed and farmer motifs and silver resist detailing

    Sold For 80.00

    120. Rectangular pearlware cream & sugar ca. 1840; English pearlware creamer and covered sugar with blue stylized flowers and buds, dark reddish sawtooth triangular motif with interior green elongated triangle and sugar base impressed "WW"

    Sold For 25.00

    121. 4 English blue transfer items ca. 1830; bulbous covered pearlware sugar in floral design impressed "Stubbs"; pearlware type bulbous spittle cup with garden and large structure motif and acanthus handle terminals; small hexagonal base ironstone pitcher with lily design, leafy border, blue ink back stamp "Lobelia/G. Phillips/Longport" and registration diamond; octagonal base teapot with a near eastern city scape and blue ink back stamp "Castle Scenery"

     Sold For 50.00

    122. 2 mocha blue band pitchers ca. 1845; both English pearlware blue band bulbous mocha pitchers with acanthus leaf handle terminals: smaller pitcher with two blue bands bracketed by three blue rings, 5 1/2"d; larger with two blue bands, upper band bracketed by three blue rings and lower band over six blue rings, 6 1/2"d

    Sold For 35.00

    123. 4 blue banded mocha bowls ca. 1860-1900; one with a blue band bracketed by two pairs of black rings, 6 1/4"d; one with blue band bracketed by two sets of three blue rings, 6 1/2"d; one with blue band bracketed by two sets of three blue rings, 4 3/4"d; one with blue band over three blue rings and impressed "England", 4"d

    Sold For 35.00

    124. 3 blue banded mocha creamers ca. 1845-1925; barrel shaped creamer with two blue bands bracketed by three sets of three blue bands, 3 3/4"d; squat urn shaped creamer with two blue rings under a blue band under four blue rings and brown ink back stamp "Staffordshire/England", 3 3/4"d, 3 3/4"h; creamer with double blue band, 3"d

    Sold For 45.00

    125. 8 transfer decorated Staffordshire bowls ca. 1835-1900; porcelain bowl with black transfer of five deer and manor house in background and a black transfer of a family and three donkeys, 6 1/2"d; blue oak leaf type transfer, 6 1/2"d; blue transfer of a peafowl on a fountain with ivy border, 6 1/2"d; blue and red floral transfer, 6 1/4"d; blue transfer of Crystal Palace with an ivy border, 6 1/2"d; blue "Roselle" transfer with a scalloped rim and blue ink back stamp "Roselle/JM & Son/England", 5 1/2"d; green "Napier" oriental scene transfer with scalloped rim and green ink back stamp "Napier/Imperial Stone/ J&GA", 5 1/2"d; blue stylized veined leaf design, 5 1/2"d

    Sold For 85.00

    126. 3 Hubley type Scottie dog bookends ca. 1930-1960s; model #408 Scotties standing with erect tails and ears painted black with red collar and accent paint to eyes, 6 1/2"x 5"

    Sold For 35.00

    127. 2 Hubley iron dog bookends ca. 1920-1950s; Hubley- type model #426 Sealyham with antique brass plate, red collar and paint accent to eyes and nose tip, 6 1/2"x 4 1/2"; Hubley model #427 standing Cocker Spaniel with white and black paint, 6 3/4"x 4 1/2"

    Sold For 35.00

    128. 3 wooden jointed Felix the Cat figures ca. 1920-1930s; all trademarked and copyrighted on foot labels by Schoenhut Toy Co. with wooden jointed bodies, ball shaped head and leather ears, 7 1/2"h

    Sold For 300.00

    129. 3 seated dog banks ca. 1920-1950s; seated wire hair Fox Terrier with white fur, brown accent and red painted collar, 5 3/4"x 4 3/4"; two seated Scottie dogs with black fur, red collar and paint accent to eyes, 6 1/2"x 5 1/4"

    Sold For 65.00

    130. 6 Hubley type dog paperweights ca. 1920-1960s; #428 Cocker Spaniel with silver on iron paint; #428 Cocker Spaniel with light brown paint, 3 1/2"x 2 1/2"; three #367 Setter dogs with white and black fur, erect tails and lifted paw, 4 1/2"x 2 1/2"; wire hair Terrier with white and brown paint, 3 1/4"x 3"

    Sold For 25.00

    131. 7 miniature Felix the Cat jointed cat toy ca. 1920-1940s; jointed wood Felix the Cat figures with black paint, white accent, name on chest and patent date label on foot of each doll, 3 1/2"-4"

    Sold For 220.00

    132. 3 Hubley seated Scottie dog bookends ca. 1930-1950s; all model #391 with black paint, red collar and accent to eyes, 6"x 5"

    Sold For 65.00

    133. 2 Hubley type dog bookends ca. 1920-1940s; model #407 standing wire hair Fox Terrier with fine detail to fur casting, natural colors and red collar, 6 1/2"x 5"; model #427 Cocker Spaniel with brown fur, black eyes and nose, 6 3/4"x 4 1/2"

    Sold For 200.00

    134. 2 composition dolls ca. 1930s; Mickey Mouse boxing champion doll with black and white paint and orange painted gloves, 9"; unmarked Herby doll with jointed marionette mouth and head, red and black cap, red and yellow jacket and yellow pants, 11 3/4"

    Sold For 45.00

    135. 11 miniature cast iron dogs ca. 1920-1950s; six Hubley type #428 Cocker Spaniel dog paper weights in various color; #365 Boston Terrier paper weight; #366 wire hair Terrier in antique brass finish; #366 wire hair Terrier in natural color fur paint; #449 Pomeranian place card holder; #439 seated Scottie place card holder; 1 3/4"x 1 1/2" - 3 1/2"x 3"

    Sold For 120.00

    136. 3 Hubley Scottie dog bookends ca. 1940-1950s; all model #408 standing Scottie dogs with erect tail and ears, black painted fur, red collars and paint accented eyes, 6 1/2"x 5"

    Sold For 100.00

    137. 2 Ideal Novelties & Toy Co. Pinocchio dolls ca. 1940-1950s; painted composition head and wooden jointed body, 11"

    Sold For 25.00

    138. 4 Hubley dog bookends ca. 1920-1950s; two model #426 Sealyham models, 6 1/2"x 4 1/2": one with bronze radiator paint and one with antique bronze finish; two model #391 seated Scotties, 6"x 5": one with antique brass finish and one with black fur, red collar and painted eyes

     Sold For 25.00

    139. 3 Hubley Scottie dog banks ca. 1940-1960s; hollow cast Scottie dogs with black fur, red painted collars and paint accented eyes, 6"x 5"

    Sold For 70.00

    140. 7 Walt Disney "dwarf" figures ca. 1937-1940s; hard rubber cast figures with bright paint and embossed names on caps by Seiberling Latex Co., 5 1/4"- 5 1/2"

    Sold For 130.00

    141. 8 assorted Felix the Cat toys ca. 1930-1960s; three Schoenhut type jointed wooden miniatures with black paint and white accent and patent label on foot, 4"; two wooden and wire form Felix with green paint and white accent, 3 1/4"; three celluloid Stepping Felix cat figures, 3"

    Sold For 210.00

    142. 2 Arcade Century of Progress busses ca. 1933 & 1934; Greyhound Lines with open view trailer, 7 1/2"x 1 1/4"x 1 1/2"; smaller size one piece model on four white rubber tires with blue cab and white trailer with blue accent, 5 3/4"x 1"x 1 1/2"

    Sold For 65.00

    143. 5 Felix the Cat dancing figures ca. 1990s; wooden joint Felix the Cat on drum base with colorful paint by F Top Inc, a fictitious company trademark, 1 1/2"d, 4 1/4"h

    Sold For 50.00

    144. 2 Schoenhut donkeys ca. 1900-1920; both jointed wood bodies with peg turned legs, brown paint with paint accent to nose and mouth, applied leather fold and nailed ears and one with cotton cord tail and one with twine tail, 7 3/4"x 2 1/4"x 5 1/2"

     Sold For 90.00

    145. Weller Panella line nasturtium design vase ca. 1935; Weller Panella line earthenware vase in slightly bulbous and cylindrical form with matte glaze, nasturtiums and foliage in relief and base impressed "Weller", 5 1/2"d, 9"h

    Sold For 75.00

    146. Baldin Weller vase ca. 1925; earthenware art pottery Baldin line vase with matte glaze, apples on branch with pastel background and base impressed "Weller", 8 1/4"d, 12 3/4"h

    Sold For 140.00

    147. Weller Burntwood line vase ca. 1920; squat Weller earthenware art pottery Burntwood line vase with a carved design of chickens and vegetation with a brown background and base impressed "Weller", 8 1/4"d, 6 1/4"h

    Sold For 190.00

    148. 4 piece Weller Malvern line console set ca. 1925; Weller earthenware art pottery four piece console set in mostly greens with high-relief leaves and flowers on a rough background with matte glaze: low oval bowl; "frog"; pair of candle holders with black ink back stamp of "Weller Pottery" and a slightly oval base

    Sold For 120.00

    149. Weller Woodcraft line mug ca. 1930; Weller earthenware art pottery Woodcraft line mug with matte glaze, three foxes in a wooded setting and base impressed "Weller", 4 1/4"d, 6"h

     Sold For 150.00

    150. 2 Weller Glendale Ware line vases ca. 1930; Weller earthenware Glendale line art pottery bulbous vases: raised relief of birds with nest among a lavender flowering vine against a masonry wall decorated in blues, browns and greens with black ink back stamp "WellerWare" and a semi-gloss glaze, 4 1/2"d, 8"h; smaller vase with raised relief of a bird among branches with base impressed "Weller" decorated in browns and greens in a matte to semi-glossy glaze, 4"d, 4 3/4"h

    Sold For 525.00

    151. Weller Dickens Ware line vase ca. 1915; triangular base Weller earthenware art pottery vase shaded green matte glaze background with sgraffito decoration of salmon colored koi-type fish in water with three handles and base impressed "Dickens Ware/Weller", 6"x 4 1/2"

    Sold For 40.00

    152. 3 Weller bulb pots ca. 1925; two Weller Coppertone line earthenware bulb pots with blotchy semi-gloss green over brown glaze with four sides of apertures: larger with incised base "Weller Pottery", 8 1/2"x 7 1/2" and smaller unsigned pot, 5"x 5 1/2"; Warwick line vase with relief molded fruited tree limb in brown, black, green and red matte glaze with black ink back stamp "Weller Pottery", 9 3/4"x 4 3/4"x 7 1/4"

    Sold For 170.00

    153. 2 Weller Malvern line pieces ca. 1925; Weller Malvern line earthenware pottery planter and vase with high relief leaves and flowers on a rough background in browns, greens and yellow matte glaze: handled basket form planter with incised base "Weller Pottery", 3 1/2"d, 8"x 6"; slightly bulbous cylindrical vase with incised base "Weller Pottery", 6 1/4"x 6 1/2"

    Sold For 50.00

    154. Weller Forest line vase ca. 1920; unsigned Weller Forest line earthenware cylindrical vase with flared base and top polychrome matte glaze with decoration of forest scenes, 6 1/4"d, 11 3/4"h

    Sold For 150.00

    155. 2 Weller vases ca. 1920s; one Ardsley line two tube vase with raised cattails, leaves and water lily motifs in green matte glazes with brown details and black ink back stamp "Weller Ware", 9 3/4"x 3 3/4"x 9"; one Coppertone line with oval fan shaped receptacle with frogs, reeds and water lily motifs, blotchy semi-gloss green over brown glaze, yellow shading on frogs and water lily flowers and black ink back stamp "Weller Pottery", 8 1/2"x 3 1/2"x 9 3/4"

    Sold For 475.00

    156. Weller Malverne jardinière ca. 1925; earthenware art pottery round jardinière with high relief leaves and flowers on a rough background in browns, green and yellow matte glaze and inscribed on base "Weller Pottery", 9"d, 3 3/4"h

    Sold For 25.00

    157. Jonathan Bastian distelfink bird carving ca. 2001; colorful painted bird on stand with wire legs, red head with tan pointed beak, green body and tail and base painted green with accent paint, 6 3/4"x 2 1/4"x 5 3/4"

    Sold For 90.00

    158. Jonathan Bastian bird carving ca. 2000; painted base with twisted wire bird perch having four hand-carved birds with colorful paint accent wired to small rod swing perches, 10 1/4"x 9 1/2"x 10 1/4"

     Sold For 100.00

    159. Nolde Forest redware tureen ca. 6/25/2008; slip accented redware tureen base with rope twist handles and band, slight dome lid with small finch bird handle having yellow slip black glaze accent and lid with black and yellow slip band and pinwheel design signed by Zieber & Muckey, 7"d, 8 1/2"h

    Sold For 95.00

    160. Shooner redware jug ca. 2002; ovoid redware handled jug with flowing lead manganese mottled glaze with fluted handle, 8"d, 9 3/4"h

     Sold For 120.00

    161. 2 Shooner redware jars ca. 2001; tall cylindrical storage jar with pipe clay and copper oxide, orange and green glaze, manganese brush stroke faux "1837" date and line decoration, green tint with accent decoration and tin lid with ring handle, 5 1/4"d, 8 1/2"h; two-color slip decorated ovoid redware green and orange splotch glazed jar with raised slip flower decoration on opposing sides and tin lid with high arch handle, 6"d, 7 3/4"h

    Sold For 170.00

    162. Nolde Forest ornamental ring vase ca. 6-10-2001; redware field ring bottle shaped vase marked #1 with molded pedestal base, tubular ring with flared spout, two scroll decorative braces and colorful glaze, 9 1/2"x 4 3/4"x 9 1/2"

    Sold For 300.00

    163. Shooner rooster & tulip redware charger ca. 2000; rooster and tulip decorated sgraffito charger with three color slip accent and rim banded with two color floral frond design, 15"d, 2 1/2"h

    Sold For 250.00

    164. 2 Shooner redware plates ca. 2003; faux dated 1841 running stag design pie plate with brown, green and yellow slip decoration of a running stag, 8 1/2"d, 1 1/4"h; four wavy line yellow slip glaze serving plate with faux chip and piewheel decorated edge, 11"d, 1 3/4"h

    Sold For 110.00

    165. 2 folk art angel carvings ca. 1977-1980s; signed "WJG"  (Walter J. Gottshall) and dated 1977 tall angel with blonde hair, gold wings, blue floral decorated gown and carved decorative blue with gold sash, 6 1/2"x 4 1/4"x 10 1/2"; unsigned Gottshall attributed angel on round music box base with blonde hair, white wings and yellow gown, 4 1/2"d, 8 1/2"h

    Sold For 450.00

    166. 2 reproduction redware plates ca. 1974-1981; sgraffito decorated plate by Lester Breininger dated 1974 with two inscribed decorated distelfink birds on a large tulip and heart design and inscribed "I wish there were more hours in the day", 10"d, 1 1/2"h; Ned Foltz plate with slip and feather graining design with pie wheel edge and dated 1981, 9 1/2"d, 1 1/4"h

    Sold For 50.00

    167. 3 Left Handed Russell Henry pitchers ca. 1970s; redware base pitcher with cream slip sgraffito panels of strawberries and flowers inscribed with a poem on base, 3 1/2"d, 4 3/4"h; signed, raised multi-color slip decoration on redware pitcher, 3 1/2"d, 5 1/2"h; bulbous pitcher with floral woodcut carved decoration and white milk glazing, 4"d, 5 1/4"h

    Sold For 160.00

    168. 2 Left Handed Russell Henry pieces ca. 1975-1976; dark redware shallow bowl with "woodcut slip" decoration of flowing floral vine band with flowers in blue and yellow color and incised leaf decoration, 6"d, 2 1/2"h; "P Series" jar with sponge stippling glaze, collar with wood cut press seal type accents and multiple tool decorations, 4 1/2"d, 6 3/4"h

    Sold For 110.00

    169. 3 Left Handed Russell Henry pieces ca. 1975-1976; yelloware bulbous pitcher with blue cut sponge decoration, 4"d, 4 1/2"h; earthenware bulbous mug with wood cut slip decoration of blue and white flowers in a black slip band, 3 1/2"d, 3 3/4"h; yelloware bulbous pitcher with daisy flower slip on brown band decoration, 4"d, 4 1/2"h

    Sold For 110.00

    170. 4 Left Handed Russell Henry pieces ca. 1970s; reproduction inkwell with clear exterior and yellow glaze interior, 2 1/2"d, 3"h; redware colonial inkwell with acorn finial on lid, pressed tool decoration and milk color glaze, 3 1/2"d, 3 1/4"h; yelloware miniature candlestick with floral slip decoration, 3"d, 2"h; undated "lotus pod" yelloware pot with floral stamp decoration and floral frog interior, 2 1/2"d, 1 1/2"h

    Sold For 110.00

    171. Miniature log cabin by Dean Johnson ca. 1988; fine crafted half story log cabin with front porch made from old pine splint lathing, log cabin mortar chunking between logs, windows and door with molded top, steep peaked roof with rusted sheet metal covering, porch with twig railing, small accent bench and blue decorated jug, 16 1/2"x 13"x 22"

    Sold For 190.00

    172. Folk art log church house & choir by Dean Johnson & James Cramer ca. 1988; seven gates farm creation of a log church house made from recycled oak lathing and splint lathing roof with two small plank style doors on handmade wooden batton hinges and pintles with doors open onto choir of black Americana stuffed choir figures behind a slat wood half wall, 10 1/2"x 14"x 23 1/2"

    Sold For 50.00

    173. Strawser "Piggie Family" carving ca. 1998; folk art carving by Daniel & Diane Strawser of a white and black spotted sow with six nursing piglets of various colors on a green painted plank base with pig and piglets having twisted wire tails, 5 1/2"x 8 3/4"x 4 3/4"

    Sold For 180.00

    174. Shooner trough shaped loaf dish ca. 1993; redware slope side loaf trough with yellow slip decoration of three lines and corn shucks on sides, faux chipped edge and back inscribed "If you're down in the mouth think of Jonah… He came up alright" with a whale and Jonah scene, 21 1/2"x 11 1/2"x 3"

    Sold For 160.00

    175. Shooner oval slip decorated platter ca. 1993; oval redware platter with yellow five-line slip decoration, faux age and chipping and back with distelfink bird on thistle flower decoration, 16 1/2"x 12 3/4"x 1 3/4"

    Sold For 10.00

    176. 3 hearth cooking utensils ca. 1700-1800s; three-footed revolving plate warmer with ball top handle, shaped revolving grid and handled three-foot base, 9 1/4"d, 15 1/2"x 3 1/2"; small round revolving plate warmer with a wooden tip handle, three foot base and four straps with tool decoration, 7 3/4"d, 16"x 3 1/4"; wooden handle bent rod flip toaster with heart shaped grip and slide-clip, 4 1/2"x 22 1/4"

    Sold For 70.00

    177. Large wood turned butter bowl ca. 1850; turned softwood kitchen chopping bowl with light varnish finish, 16 1/4"x 5 1/4"

    Sold For 130.00

    178. Red stained oak splint pantry box ca. 1820; PA form oak splint bent wood pantry box with red stained surface, pine lid and bottom and band on lid with feather cut lap, 5 1/2"d, 3"h

    Sold For 75.00

    179. 6 wrought iron kitchen utensils ca. 1700-1900s; primitive form tulip design spatula with short straight handle, 4 1/4"x 10 1/2"; relic round tasting ladle, 2 3/4"x 16 1/2"; relic heavy spatula, 4"x 17 1/2"; dated 1756 two-tine flesh fork with round punch decoration and ball top handle, 1 3/4"x 17 1/2"; match pair of butcher ladles with rattail handles, 5"x 16 3/4"

    Sold For 85.00

    180. 3 pieces wrought iron hearth cookware ca. 1700-1800s; small handled snakehead foot tripod with wrapped rattail handle, 7"d, 3 1/4"h; large pan handled tripod with spear center braces and round top handle, 11 1/2"d, 6 3/4"h; late combination footed and hanging plate warmer with eye hook hanger and "X" brace rack, 12 3/4"d, 12 1/2"h

    Sold For 50.00

    181. 2 hand wrought gridirons ca. 1700-1900s; early rack with seven tine iron grid, two applied feet and rattail hanger handle, 10 1/2"x 25 1/2"x 3; later heart-handled pad foot drippings rack with catcher, half tube grid and drippings catcher tray, 10 1/2"x 19"x 4"

    Sold For 200.00

    182. 5 wooden kitchen accessories ca. 1700-1900s; Appalachian-style hollowed log hand carved softwood milk pitcher with spout, hinged lid, reapplied bottom and tapered handled top; turned oak ball shaped pitcher with handle; maple turned and carved tall handled pitcher with spout; hand carved softwood soap cup with hanging ear; turned cherry lidded soup bowl with a raised lid and large round knob

    Sold For 375.00

    183. 2 wrought iron primitives ca. 1700-1800s; heavy warming rack to hang over fire crane with raised rod plate brace, 12 1/4"x 11"x 7"; combination plate warmer with snake head pad foot base and triangular hanger, 6 1/4"x 8 1/2"x 8 3/4"

    Sold For 30.00

    184. 2 tin reflector ovens ca. 1850-1930; large half round bird roaster with hand wrought spit, large molded and wired door and two tote handles; late campfire baking oven with tray on rack design, sloped roaster, triangular prop feet and a wired tote handle, 14 1/4"x 8 1/4"x 13 1/4"

    Sold For 65.00

    185. 3 adjustable kettle trammels  ca. 1700-1800s; two bar and hook style trammels with wrap over hooks, 1 3/4"x 4"x 32"-53" & 1 1/2"x 5"x 40 1/2"-71"; sawtooth rack on rod trammel with ring style hanger and wrapped strap hook, 2"x 2"x 38"-53"

     Sold For 30.00

    186. 3 pieces of fireplace cookware ca. 1700-1900s; cast iron tripod "footman" with decorative pierced round plate on tapered rod legs, 9 1/4"d, 12 1/2"h; handled dripping catcher gridiron with sloped trough shaped racks, 10 1/2"x 19 1/2"x 4"; make-do sheet metal and wrought stand grill for over fireplace, 17 1/2"x 12 1/4"x 6 1/2"

    Sold For 50.00

    187. 3 small reflector ovens ca. 1800-1930; two-part pan on rack oven with hinged lid, wired side and top handle, 10"x 4 1/2"x 7 3/4"; make-do long half round reflector with strap handle, 11 1/2"x 3 1/2"x 6"; make-do pan base three hook reflector oven with corner spouts and large strap handle, 8 1/2"x 5 3/4"x 7 3/4"

     Sold For 250.00

    188. 2 pieces of wrought iron ca. 1700-1800s; early sawtooth lamp trammel with light gauge rack on adjustable strap, 2"x 26"-38"; hanging adjustable three tine roasting rack with broad hook on bar hanging on a slotted hook strap, 8 3/4"x 19 1/2"x 2 1/2"

    Sold For 110.00

    189. Copper & tin stove top steam cooker   ca. 1890s; tall cylinder tin steam oven with copper pan, spout base, slide door, interior with three round tin trays and domed lid with tote handle, 11 1/2"d, 24"h

    Sold For 35.00

    190. 3 pieces of wrought iron cookware ca. 1800-1900s; large frying pan with long oblong handle and rattail hook, 14"d, 53 1/2"l; primitive coal shovel with ram's horn topped handle, 7 1/2"x 42"; modern "hell fire" sign log fork with ram's horn topped handle, 5 1/2"x 36"

    Sold For 30.00

    191. 4 pieces of wrought iron cookware ca. 1700-1900s; primitive folding salamander-style bowl shaped pan with wooden handle, tool decorated iron upper surface and hinge has sliding clip lock, 8"d, 56"l; flip toaster with U-shaped clip, hooks on simple eye pivot and mounted on a long handle, 5 1/2"x 58"; late three-tine roasting fork on tri-foot stand with broad fork style tine, square stock, handle with ring top, twisted shaft and press and lap overlay, 5 1/2"x 7 1/4"x 3 1/2" with 31 3/4" overall length; European import salamander-type warmer with round rimmed perforated plate with fancy brace on rod tool decorated handle, 6 3/4"d, 51 3/4"l

    Sold For 70.00

    192. Hewn log hog trough ca. 1700-1900s; make-do hog trough hewn from a log with upper surface squared then deep trough hewn with thick tapered ends, sides straight square hewn, exterior bark removed and bottom slightly flattened, 38 1/2"x 12 1/2"x 8 1/2"

    Sold For 200.00

    193. 2 wooden primitives ca. 1800s; willow banded dasher style butter churn with bent willow bands, turned funnel center lid and X half lap dasher on drawn work yellow pine handle, 7"-10"d base, 38" dasher; push broom with corn husk bristles mounted on a plank on a shaved willow handle, 12"x 44"

    Sold For 230.00

    194. Hollow log corn milling mortar & pestle ca. 1700-1800s; barrel type log mortar with gouge chiseled interior, axe hewn exterior and a plank base, 17 1/2"d, 32"h; hand shaped double end pestle, 3 1/4"d, 45"l

    Sold For 270.00

    195. Ceremonial carved mortar & pestle ca. 1900s; poui milling mortar in hour glass shape with high relief carved exterior in extensive poui tree flower and vine design, 11 1/2"d, 30 3/4"h and matched carved pestle, 3"d, 31 1/2"h

    Sold For 30.00

    196. 2 hewn log grain mortars ca. 1700-1900s; tribal influence pedestal based milling vessel with wide bowl-shaped vessel, 17 1/2"d, 22 1/2"h; mortar with high sloped bowl in blue-green stain, 11 1/2"d, 24"h

    Sold For 140.00

    197. 4 cast iron footed kettles ca. 1800s; three ball-shaped gypsy kettles with wrought iron rod handles, 8 1/2"d & (2) 9 1/2"d; four quart round kettle with squat feet, cast iron lid and wire handle, 8 1/2"d

    Sold For 130.00

    198. English vertical roasting tin reflector oven ca. 1840-1860; reflector oven on four tubular legs with an arch top, round back with access door, tray bottom with drain cap, brass spit jack, key-wind model bottle jacks marked "#20 Warranted" hanging from a three-brace hanger with an embossed star mount, 21"x 14"x 55"

    Sold For 280.00

    199. Jerome Rice Seed Co. salesman seed display ca. 1890s; six level seed display designed to fold flat for travel with the tray having a partial label for Rice's Seeds of Cambridge, NY, 19 1/4"x 18 1/4"x 32 1/2" open

    Sold For 300.00

    200. Grouping of Late Adams Rose ca. 1910; five handleless cups and saucers with the saucers having black ink back stamps of Royal Arms and "England" or "Staffordshire/ England" and impressed with George Jones Crescent Pottery mark; pair of luncheon plates with black ink back stamp of Royal Arms and "England" and impressed with George Jones Crescent Pottery mark

    Sold For 50.00

    201. Group of English Staffordshire pearlware ca. 1825-1850; four color floral decorated plate impressed "Davenport"; Early Adams Rose type small platter impressed "Hall"; Early Adams Rose handleless cup and saucer with scalloped rims and saucer impressed "Adams"; rose variant deep dish; floral plate impressed "WW"; floral border plate with beaded rim and impressed "X"

    Sold For 150.00

    202. Pair of Gaudy Dutch single rose pattern cups & saucers ca. 1825; English pearlware handleless cups and saucers with single border of yellow buds with connecting yellow line on a blue band

    Sold For 95.00

    203. 3 Salopian type cups & saucers ca. 1825; English pearlware Salopian type transfer handleless cups and saucers: polychromal blue, green, orange and yellow colored over sepia transfer of a bird among fruits and flowers; teal green transfer of a cottage and men, blue rim edge, teal green ink back stamp "A"; blue transfer of a hunter, two hounds and a game bird

    Sold For 100.00

    204. Grouping of King Rose pattern items  ca. 1825; three handleless cups and saucers with one as a marriage: two brick red roses with four sectional pink diapered bands with floral sections cups and saucer; one pinkish red rose cup with solid diapered band and pinkish red rose saucer with four sectional  pink diapered band; brick red rose toddy plate with solid pink diapered band; two side plates with brick red roses and four sectional diapered pink bands with floral sections

    Sold For 150.00

    205. Grouping of Gem pattern blue transfer ironstone ca. 1868; English ironstone blue transfer Gem pattern having a spread eagle with twelve-star shield, diamond and triangle stick spatter border, blue ink back stamp "R Hammersley", "Gem" and registration mark: handleless cup and saucer,  luncheon plate and dinner plate

     Sold For 150.00

    206. 5 English Gaudy Welsh items ca. 1845-1860; earthenware Grape pattern pitcher, 5 1/2"d; earthenware Grape pattern creamer, 2 3/4"d; earthenware Cambrian Rose pattern creamer with a seven-sided base, 3 3/4"d; porcelain octagonal base creamer, 3 3/4"d; porcelain miniature pitcher, 2 1/2"d

    Sold For 130.00

    207. Group of English Staffordshire Gaudy Welsh items ca. 1850-1860; earthenware "Lyre" bowl, 5"d; earthenware "Center Piece" bowl, 6 1/2"d; “Flower Basket” porcelain  handled cup and saucer, 3 3/4"d cup & 5 3/4"d saucer; four porcelain side plates in "Flower Basket" pattern, 6"d

    Sold For 50.00

    208. Group of porcelain Gaudy Welsh items ca. 1850; "Hexagon" waste bowl and handled cup and saucer; Buckle biscuit plate with scalloped rim; Buckle creamer; Tricorn pattern handled cup and saucer; unknown floral pattern creamer and handled cup and saucer

    Sold For 180.00

    209. 3 pieces of stick spatter ca. 1860; English Staffordshire ironstone holly and pussy willow stick spatter: green and red holly with green pussy willow baluster form covered teapot with blue details, 5 3/4"d; green and mulberry holly with  mulberry pussy willow octagonal open vegetable with base impressed "Elsmore & Foster/ Tunstall" with blue ring details, 2"x 7"x 8 1/2"; green and mulberry holly with mulberry pussy willow luncheon plate with blue ring details and base impressed "Elsmore & Foster", 8 1/2"d

    Sold For 120.00

    210. 11 cups & saucers, side plate & cup ca. 1855-1915;  most with black ink back stamp of Royal Arms and "England" and impressed George Jones Crescent Pottery marks: pair of cups and saucers with simple red flower and green foliage and matching side plate and cup; cup and saucer with simple brown flower and green foliage; cup and saucer with simple blue stem, blue and red flower and green foliage; cup and saucer with red flowers on black stem with green foliage; pearlware cup and saucer with brushed design of a large red flower and six sets of blue flowerets with green foliage; five cups and saucers with five different stick spatter designs

    Sold For 50.00

    211. Pearlware grouping with Wood's rose motif ca. 1835; covered rectangular base sugar; waste bowl; handled cup and saucer; cheese plate impressed on base "Wood" and dinner  plate impressed "Wood"

    Sold For 50.00

    212. Group of pearlware ca. 1835; Early Adams Rose dinner plate; Early Adams Rose handleless cup and saucer with saucer impressed "Adams Warrented Staffordshire"; pair of three color floral motif dinner plates; four color floral motif deep dish

    Sold For 40.00

    213. 12 sets of handleless cups & saucers ca. 1835-1890; English Staffordshire earthenware handleless cups and saucers with brushed or stick spatter designs: one impressed "Wood" and another "Adams"

    Sold For 40.00

    214. Stick spatter child's tea set ca. 1860-1930; British Staffordshire earthenware child's tea set with band of blue stick spatter flowers and foliage between a pair of vertical red dots design: covered bulbous teapot, covered bulbous sugar bowl, bulbous creamer, four handled cups and saucers and three plates

    Sold For 60.00

    215. 2 stick spatter cups & saucers ca. 1855; two groupings of English Staffordshire pearlware handleless cups and saucers with stick spatter designs; group of six in an unnamed pattern with a green band of stylized flower buds bracketed by a pair of red bands of hollow diamonds each under an arch; grouping of four in an unnamed pattern of a brown and green pair of star like flowers each capped by same color pair of foliage and each stick spatter motif bracketed by a pair of small bright green donuts with one saucer impressed "Adams"

    Sold For 140.00

    216. 7 cup & saucer sets ca. 1825-1850; English Staffordshire pearlware: five matched sets and two mismatched sets of handleless cups and saucers with one saucer impressed "Adams" and another saucer impressed "E Wood & Sons, Warrented Burslem/ Semi China"

    Sold For 70.00

    217. Metal Craft Corp. Heinz pressed steel truck ca. 1930s; pressed steel delivery truck with Heinz trade logo on white body, green painted wheels and grill, Goodrich rubber tires, back gate and spare tire, 12"x 4 1/4"x 5 1/4"

    Sold For 250.00

    218. 2 Hubley mother & foal bookends ca. 1950s; both brown mares with small foals and mounted on bevel edge mahogany blocks attributed to Hubley of Lancaster, PA, 7 3/4"x 3 1/2"x 6"

    Sold For 30.00

    219. Keystone Mfg. ride-em steam shovel   ca. 1940-1950s; red, gray and black painted pressed steel steam shovel with original Marx Toy patent on label, 22"x 7"x 14 1/2"

    Sold For 65.00

    220. Hubley horse doorstop ca. 1950s; full figure #345 chestnut color horse doorstop with black mane and tail and two front legs with white accent, 12"x 10 1/2"

    Sold For 80.00

    221. Buddy L pressed steel concrete mixer toy ca. 1950-1960s; green and yellow painted pressed steel concrete mixer with hand crank, dump lever and side chute on eight hard rubber wheels marked "Buddy L Toys, East Moline, Ill", 9 1/4"x 11 1/4"x 7 3/4"

    Sold For 85.00

    222. 5 Spaniel dog cast iron paper weight figures ca. 1940-1950s; all figures appear to be catalog #428 Cocker Spaniels with various fur colors and accents, 3 1/2"x 2 1/2"

    Sold For 30.00

    223. Keystone ride-em steam shovel ca. 1920s; first generation pressed steel steam shovel on steel roller wheel in dark green and black paint with spool design crank wheel and dump bucket, 20"x 7 1/4"x 14 1/2"

    Sold For 150.00

    224. 2 mare & foal bookends attributed to Hubley   ca. 1950-1960s; both bookends with chestnut color mares with black manes and tails and foals painted to match the mare both mounted to bevel edge mahogany bases, 8"x 3 1/2"x 5 1/2"

    Sold For 50.00

    225. Keystore ride-em locomotive ca. 1960s; #6400 black and silver locomotive with silver plated seat, cab roof, tender, hand rail, stack and catcher assembly on a black chassis and tank with red pressed steel wheels, Keystone hard rubber tires and red painted T steering handle, 26"x 7 1/2"x 13 1/4"

    Sold For 150.00

    226. 7 cast iron horse paperweights ca. 1950-1960s; all attributed to Hubley: three palomino colors in light red and brown color; four chestnut horses with black paint on mane and tail, 3 1/2"x 3"

    Sold For 50.00

    227. Buddy L aerial truck ca. 1920-1930s; pressed steel red truck with operational steering front end, pressed steel wheels, swivel operating boom with two original pressed steel ladders and four aftermarket pressed steel ladders, 34"x 8 1/2"x 10" Additional Photo

    Sold For 325.00

    228. Hubley horse figure ca. 1960s; chestnut color thoroughbred with white front hoofs, mane and tail with black paint and mounted to a bevel edged mahogany block, 10 1/4"x 3 1/2"x 8 1/4"

    Sold For 40.00

    229. Pressed tin Buddy L steam shovel ca. 1940-1950s; blue and yellow painted steam shovel on hard rubber tires with an enclosed cab, boom and swing arm with bucket, 7"x 22"x 12 1/2"

    Sold For 30.00

    230. Cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1870; salt glazed cylindrical jar with brushed cobalt feathered motifs, tooled flattened rim with everted neck and lower bead and Albany slip glaze interior attributed to Remmy Pottery, Phila, PA, 6"d, 8 1/2"h

    Sold For 60.00

    231. 3 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware cooler ca. 1875; cylindrical stoneware cooler with brushed floral motif and feathered foliage and impressed "3" with an extended bung hole encircled by a brushed cobalt band, tooled flattened rim with everted neck and lower bead, sloped shoulder and Albany slip glaze interior attributed to Remmy Pottery, Phila., PA, 9 1/4"d, 14 1/2"h

    Sold For 325.00

    232. 3 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware crock ca. 1865; cylindrical stoneware crock with brushed bird design on a feathered foliage branch impressed "FB Norton, Worcester, Mass" (Frank B Norton) and "3" with a flattened rolled rim, pair of lug ear handles and an Albany slip glaze interior, 11 1/4"d, 10 1/4"h

    Sold For 400.00

    233. 4 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware crock ca. 1860-1890; salt glazed cylindrical crock with slipped cobalt "4" and flourish, flattened tooled rim over three incised rings, pair of lug ear handles and Albany slip glaze interior, 10 3/4"d, 12 1/2"h

    Sold For 60.00

    234. Cobalt decorated stoneware cake crock ca. 1865; salt glazed cylindrical cake crock with bright brushed cobalt continuous band of foliage and flowers, applied lug ear handles and flattened collared rim over band of six incised rings, 11 3/4"d, 6 1/2"h

    Sold For 270.00

    235. 4 gallon ES&B jug ca. 1885; salt glazed jug with cobalt stenciled motif "4/ ES&B" with a glassy, pebbly glaze and Albany slip glaze interior, 10 3/4"d, 15 3/4"h

     Sold For 45.00

    236. 2 stoneware jars with cobalt designs ca. 1880; two salt glazed stoneware cylindrical jars with simple three stroke brushed floral motifs on three sides, tooled flattened rims and indented necks: larger jar with "1 1/2" impressed on shoulder, 7 1/2"d, 11"h; shorter jar, 6 3/4"d, 10"h

    Sold For 190.00

    237. Cobalt decorated stoneware canning jar ca. 1875; small salt glazed slightly bulbous stoneware canning jar with cobalt stenciled design of a union shield with a wreath over a brushed squiggly line and straight line all under a blurry line and faint rim line, flattened rolled and tooled rim over an incised ring and  Albany slip glaze interior of Western PA origin retaining the auction label of the George & Helen VanKennen Collection, April 13, 1985 sale by Marlin G. Denlinger Stoneware Auctions, 5 1/2"d, 8"h

    Sold For 190.00

    238. Sewer tile lion doorstop ca. 1900-1930; figural doorstop of a sculptured recumbent lion on a rectangular plinth having an unglazed surface with brown paint probably of Ohio origin, 7 1/4"x 9 1/2"x 4 3/4"

    Sold For 50.00

    239. Indian Maiden figural bottle ca. 1870; deep amber glass Indian Maiden figural bottle with a tooled rounded collar, smooth bottom, single nipple and embossed "Brown's/ Celebrated/ Indian Herb Bitters" and "Patented Feb 11, 1868", 3 1/4"d, 12 1/2"h Additional Photo

    Sold For 120.00

    240. 2 amber glass Drakes figural Plantation bitters bottles ca. 1870; six log Drakes figural Plantation bitters bottles: one yellow amber cabin figural bottle with a tooled plain broad sloping collar, smooth bottom, triple nipple and embossed "Drake/1860/ Plantation/ x Bitters" and "Patented 1862", 9 3/4"x 3 1/4"; black amber with above embossing, tooled plain broad sloping collar and a smooth bottom, 10"x 3 1/2"

    Sold For 200.00

    241. Amber glass ear of corn figural National Bitters bottle ca. 1870; dark amber glass ear of corn bottle embossed "National Bitter" on side and "Patent 1867" on base with a tooled, broad flat collar sloping to a heavy rounded ring and a smooth bottom, 2 3/4"d, 12 1/2"h

    Sold For 250.00

    242. 2 amber glass bitters bottles ca. 1885; deep amber figural log embossed "HH Warner & Co/Tippecanoe" on side and "Pat Nov 20, 83/ Rochester NY/6" on base with a mushroom collar, 3d, 8 3/4"h; amber sloping sided triangular base bottle embossed on side "The Great Tonic/ Dr Caldwell's/ Herb Bitters" with a tooled broad sloping collar above a partial beveled ring, 3 1/2"x 12 1/2"

    Sold For 250.00

    243. Amber glass Rohrer's Wild Cherry Tonic bottle ca. 1880; deep amber glass sloping four-sided bottle embossed "Rohrer's/ Expectoral Wild Cherry Tonic/Lancaster, PA" with a tooled broad sloping collar above a beveled ring, iron pontil mark on base and dark oxide deposit, 10 1/2"x 2 1/2"x 3 1/2"

    Sold For 325.00

    244. 2 amber glass bitters bottles ca. 1880 & 1925; amber glass square base bottle embossed on side "Lash's Bitters" and retaining paper labels on two sides and a threaded cap, 9"x 2 3/4"; amber glass figural cabin bottle embossed "HP Herb/ Wild/Cherry/Bitters/ Reading/ PA" and "Wild Cherry/ Bitters" on opposite side with a tooled broad flat collar sloping to a rounded ring, 10"x 3 1/4"

     Sold For 325.00

    245. 3 amber glass items ca. 1880-1935; amber glass figural fish bitters bottle embossed "Doctor Fisch's Bitters" and "WH Ware/ Patented 1866" with a tooled narrow ring below a rounded rolled over collar, 11 3/4"x 2 1/2"x 4 1/4"; amber glass figural fish cod liver oil bottle complete with contents, screw cap and paper label "Eli Lilly & Co", 10 1/4"x 2"x 3 3/4"; yellow amber glass figural clam shell whiskey flask with a screw threaded lip, 5"x 1 3/4"x 3 1/2"

    Sold For 250.00

    246. 6 tonic/bitters bottles ca. 1880-1900; uncolored square base bottle embossed "Vermo Stomach Bitters", "Tonic and Appetizer" and bottom with "681" within a diamond and "4" having a tooled narrow ring below a plain lip, 9 1/2"x 2 3/4"; light green-aqua square base bottle embossed "Hentz's/ Curative Bitters/ Philadelphia" with a tooled ring below a plain lip, 9 1/2"x 2 3/4"; blue aqua square base bottle with whittled surface embossed "Adams'/Antidyspeptic Bitters/ Philadelphia PA" with a tooled broad flat collar sloping to a rounded ring and bubbled glass; bluish aqua rectangular base bottle embossed "Dr Hoofland's German Bitters/ Liver Complaint/ CM Jackson Philadelphia/ Dyspepsia & C" with a tooled, double rounded collar, upper deeper than lower and "2" on base; blue aqua round base bottle embossed "Swaim's/ Panacea/ Philad" with a tooled broad sloping collar above beveled ring with a high kick base; one quart aqua embossed anchor bottle with GXIII-63 having a tooled double rounded collar and upper deeper than lower

    Sold For 625.00

    247. 2 cobalt blue glass master ink bottles  ca. 1900-1920; two cobalt blue glass master ink bottles both with smooth bases: hexagonal base cathedral form embossed "CA/RT/ER" on foot and "CARTER'S/C101" on base, 3 1/2"w, 9 3/4"h; round base with applied pour spout embossed "S.S. Stafford's Ink/ Made in USA/ This bottle contains one full quart", 3 1/2"d, 9 1/2"h

    Sold For 325.00

    248. 2 green glass cordial/bitters bottles ca. 1870-1880; one pint bluish-green square based bottle embossed "L & C Wishart's/ Pine Tree Tax Cordial Phila" with conifer and "Patent 1859"; one-quart emerald green square based bottle embossed "Canteen Bitters for all disorders of the stomach/ John Hart & Co, Lancaster, PA" with a tooled broad sloping collar above a ring

     Sold For 2,550.00

    249. 3 amber bitters bottles ca. 1880; one embossed "Dr J. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters" and bottom embossed "62/IC COL" with a tooled plain broad sloping collar; one embossed "HE Bucklen & Co Chicago, Ill./"Electric Brand Bitters" with a plain broad sloping collar and bottom embossed "1"; one embossed on shoulder "Doyles/Hop/Bitters/1872" with figural hop design and bottom embossed "C&Co" with a tooled, broad sloping collar above a beveled ring

    Sold For 35.00

    250. 5 amber glass bottles ca. 1870-1890; slightly bulbous neck round base bottle embossed "Bell's/ Cocktail/ Bitters/ JAsM Bell & CO/ New York" with a tooled flat ring below plain lip; rectangular base bottle embossed "Dr Von Hoffs/ Chamberlain & Co Des Moines Iowa/ Curacoa Bitters" with a tooled broad flat vertical collar with even lower edge; oval based bottle embossed "Warner's Safe Kidney & Liver Cure" with safe motif "trademark" and Rochester, NY having a globe collar and embossed "55"; one pint GXIII-64 with anchor design, tooled double rounded collar, upper deeper than lower and an oval bottom; honey amber one quart oval bottom with tooled double rounded collar and upper deeper than lower

    Sold For 750.00

    251. 2 barrel form amber bitters bottles ca. 1880; both with round smooth bottoms, tooled flanged lips with flat tops and squared edges: one with embossed "Old Sachem/ Bitters/And/ Wigwam Tonic" with a whittled surface, 3 1/2"d, 9 1/4"h; one olive-amber with embossed "Turner Brothers/ New York", 3 1/2"d, 10"h

    Sold For 875.00

    252. 2 aquamarine calabash bottles ca. 1855; both with broad sloping collars: one quart plus Jenny Lind portrait flask with glass house and "S Huffsey" on reverse with an iron pontil mark and traces of black iron oxide and a whittled surface, 10 1/2"x 4 1/2"x 5 3/4"; one with large shield and clasped hands and "Union" motif with eagle and "ARS" on reverse with a scarred base, 8 3/4"x 4 1/4"x 5 1/2"

    Sold For 200.00

    253. Bluish aqua three mold glass large pickle jar   ca. 1870-1930; large pickle jar in bluish-aqua three mold glass in slight baluster form with raised relief roses and foliage design having a rounded collar with rough unfinished rim and a smooth bottom, 6 3/4"d, 15 1/2"h

    Sold For 45.00

    254. Copper wheel engraved blown glass bottle ca. 1840-1860; uncolored blown glass bottle having a rectangular base with concave corners and all over copper wheel engraving, one side stem with grape clusters, leaves and tendrils and other side with two columns each topped by a bird between a potted plant and other decorative motifs, two pairs of three vertical stylized floral bands between the two major panels, button top ground stopper with engraved bird and having a polished pontil, 8 1/4"x 2 1/2"x 3 1/4"

    Sold For 30.00

    255. Uncolored blown glass decanter with stopper   ca. 1840; uncolored slightly bulbous glass decanter with three applied neck rings, scarred base and ground pressed glass sunburst disk stopper, 4"d, 9 1/4"h

    Sold For 55.00

    256. Uncolored blown glass decanter with stopper   ca. 1780-1930; uncolored taper-shaped blown glass decanter with shoulder band of copper wheel engraving, neck ring of a feathered wreath, scarred base and ground teardrop stopper with cut fluted edge and vertical band of notches, 3 3/4"d, 10 1/2"h

     Sold For 50.00

    257. Sunburst 12 block pieced quilt ca. 1875; red, green and yellow printed and pieced cotton stars on a yellow ground with blue and red print inner borders and pink print outer border and hand-stitched quilting following pattern lines, 94"x 74"

    Sold For 525.00

    258. 3 various antique cloth mats  ca. 1870-1920; early round hot mat in sunburst design with stacked triangular scraps on a chintz pad, 8"d; tightly braided oval table mat in brown and tan colors, 12 3/4"x 8"; tightly braided round mat with browns, blues, reds and tans, 13 1/2"d

    Sold For 240.00

    259. Daniel Baker jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1837; woven by Daniel Baker for Mary Staugh featuring a floral border with inner floral and star block designs in blue and red wool and white cotton with a 2+1 weave, three self-fringed sides and a rolled top hem, 78"x 72" Additional Photo's 1; 2

    Sold For 220.00

    260. Pair of framed appliqued & initialed pillow case ca. 1850; pair of framed pillow shams with initialed centers "G.B. L.B." with applique of green and red flower pinwheel with red star ball shaped middle, [Provenance: purchased directly from Hattie Brunner by the current owner in the early 1970s], 19 1/2"x 20 1/2"x 3/4" frames

    Sold For 150.00

    261. 18 block pieced star quilt ca. 1840-1860; red and white printed cotton and white cotton star pattern quilt with white ground and back, cable quilting pattern around edges, triangular pattern star quilting in center and a hand-sewn edge, 76"x 74"

    Sold For 75.00

    262. Rectangular wool cat's tongue rug ca. unknown; rug with wool scraps cut in cat's tongue design and band with cotton line overlap stitch border mounted to a purple and blue hemp material then mounted to a machine stitched black quilt back, 21"x 45"

    Sold For 65.00

    263. Pieced block quilt ca. 1860; eighty-eight block pieced quilt with alternating red and green printed cotton with yellow print cotton surrounded by large pink border and a red, gray, black and white geometric printed back, 76"x 64"

    Sold For 160.00

    264. Quilted Mennonite privy bag ca. 1830-1860; early solid and calico fabrics with urn of flowers in diamond center within a blue square with a large yellow and red sawtooth border and original cloth hanger hasps at upper corners of bag,  [Provenance: Purchased by the current owner at an auction near Bowmansville, PA in the mid 1970s], 18"x 20"

    Sold For 300.00

    265. Emanuel Meily jacquard pattern coverlet ca. 1848; woven by Emanuel Meily, Lebanon, PA for M. Light featuring a 2+1 jacquard weave in blue, red and green wool and white cotton with an applied fringe bottom edge, self-fringe sides and a rolled top hem, 94"x 84" Additional Photo

    Sold For 220.00

    266. 2 paint decorated pantry boxes ca. 1830-1900; yellow painted round pantry box with ash tapered square lap, pine bottom and top with ash spear tip lap band, softwood lid and iron nails, 9 1/2"d, 4"h; blue painted round pantry box with tapered square lap, pine top and bottom and small nails, 9 1/2"d, 5"h

    Sold For 250.00

    267. Swing handle oak splint basket ca. 1850-1900; gray painted oak splint basket with raised center and a double braced rim and steam bent swing handle with steam bent loop, 8 1/2"-12"d, 7"h

    Sold For 120.00

    268. C. Wilder & Son blue painted firkin    ca. 1840-1860; coopered swing handle firkin in blue milk paint with ash splint bands and band on lid, steam bent and pegged swing handle and lid press signed "C. Wilder & Son, So Hingham, Mass", 9"-10"d, 10 1/4"h

    Sold For 350.00

    269. Swing handle oak splint gathering basket ca. 1850-1900; drawn and steam bent ash handle on swing eyes with double braced rim and domed center, 15 1/4"d, 9 3/4"

    Sold For 140.00

    270. Green painted pantry box with pinwheel stencil ca. 1830; steam bent ash band box in dark green with red and black pinwheel stencil decoration, side stenciled "W.S. Eaton" with square tapered lap, iron nail row of tacks and softwood lid and bottom, 7 1/4"d, 4 3/4"h

    Sold For 180.00

    271. 2 oak splint gathering baskets ca. 1860-1920; broad slat handled basket with raised slat bottom, single rim rail, bulbous shape and shellac finish, 12"d, 11 1/2"h; field basket with domed bottom, lock rail design to handle and double railed rim, 15 1/2"d, 16"h

    Sold For 140.00

    272. Mustard painted pantry box  ca. 1860; round oak band box in mustard milk paint with wooden grasp on wire swing handle, square taper overlap and thick band on softwood lid and iron tacks at overlap union, 11 1/2"d, 6 1/2"h

    Sold For 240.00

    273. 2 painted pantry boxes ca. 1830-1860; ash band box in red wash with square taper lap with four rows of copper nails, pine lid and bottom and an ash band on lid, 9 1/4"x 4 1/2"; green painted thin ash band box with single row of tacks, 9"x 4 1/2"

    Sold For 190.00

    274. Melon shaped table basket ca. 1860-1910; oak splint melon shaped basket with woven pedestal rest and woven web covered handle, 12"x 10 1/2"x 11"

    Sold For 85.00

    275. Red painted double band pantry box   ca. 1840-1870; steam bent ash band box in red milk paint with ash banded softwood lid and wire swing handle, 11 3/4"d, 6 1/4"h

    Sold For 290.00

    276. Pair of nesting painted pantry boxes ca. 1830-1870; medium size pantry box with early white lead paint, ash side and rim of lid with pine lid and bottom in iron tack construction, 9 1/2"x 4 3/4"; large size blue/green painted pantry box with ash side and rim on lid with fir bottom in iron tack construction, 10 1/2"x 5 3/4"

    Sold For 475.00

    277. Large lidded yarn basket ca. 1850-1900; large round flat bottom ash splint basket with drawn and steam bent handle with notch lock, large round lid with transitional raised weave center and basket bottom with broad slats, 15 1/2"d, 16 1/2"h

    Sold For 85.00

    278. Red painted pantry box ca. 1840; red painted pantry box in tapered flat square joint with iron tacks, steam bent ash side and rim with a softwood lid and bottom in wooden peg construction, 9 1/2"d, 5 1/2"h

    Sold For 230.00

    279. Finely woven egg basket ca. 1850-1900; expertly crafted orschbok form basket in fine oak splint webbing with flat weave and handle and rim with wide round-shaped oak slats, 6 3/4"d, 6 3/4"h

    Sold For 625.00

    280. Blue painted pantry box ca. 1850; blue painted pantry box with flat square taper joint, oak side and band on lid with lid and bottom in pine and a wire swing handle, 9"d, 5 1/2"h

    Sold For 240.00

    281. 2 painted round pantry boxes ca. 1830-1870; early small red painted pantry box with steam bent ash band on lid and side, softwood lid and bottom mounted with wooden pegs, 7 1/2"d, 3 1/2"h; large round band box in scrubbed green paint with ash band on lid, sides and bottom and lid fastened with nails, 9"d, 5"h

    Sold For 160.00

    282. 2 oak splint swing handled field baskets ca. 1800-1890; Taghkanic "bushwacker" style baskets with carved loop swing handles and raised woven bottoms: one with double rod splint rail on rim, carved flat swing handle, steam bent and nailed affixed to flat loop hanger, 15 1/2"d, 12"h; similar form basket with handle having no nails and is banded with webbing, 13"d, 9"h

    Sold For 120.00

    283. Rare Jaquette #3 two handled egg beater ca. 1893 patent; with two open cast handles and three cogged lever gear action patented by Harry Jarquette, 9 1/2" handles, 4 1/2" gear wheel

    Sold For 250.00

    284. 2 egg beaters ca. 1900-1940; pressed steel "The Moore Beater" with pin plate and cog geared mechanism in waffle design with reverse propeller operation, 3"x 10 1/2"x 1 3/4"; Holt's patent right angle hand crank beater with cast hand and gear assembly, 7"x 8 1/2"x 3 1/4"

    Sold For 200.00

    285. 2 decorative footstools ca. 1850-1930; red grained painted footstool with center mortised legs with half-moon cutouts, beaded aprons and painted with red and brown comb decoration, 12 1/4"x 6 3/4"x 7 3/4"; softwood fancy drawered footstool with center-cut top and wide aprons mounted with half dovetail to gothic arch design legs and drawer dovetailed with brass knob, 14 1/2"x 7"x 7"

    Sold For 90.00

    286. 2 hand crank egg beaters ca. 1880-1904; standard wire handled egg beater with small cast gear wheel, round double propeller dashers and two patent dates of 9/21/1880 and 3/8/1881, 2 3/4"x 9 3/4"x 2"; Dover "New Style" beater having a cast handle, open cast gear wheel, crank assembly with "Dover" and patent of 2/9/1904, 2 1/2"x 10"x 2 3/4"

    Sold For 80.00

    287. 4 egg beaters ca. 1900-1930; patented rotary hand crank beater with wooden handle and knob, pressed metal frame, two rows of wire dashers and patent 706803/8, 3"x 10 1/2"x 3"; A&J Mfg. pump style beater with two blades, paddle wheel dasher and wooden handle, 2 1/2"d, 13"h; pump style beater with pressed and perforated paddle, 2 1/4"x 12 1/2"; wire frame and spiral wooden knob pump beater operating a pressed steel dasher with patent June 26/1883, 2 3/4"x 13"

    Sold For 110.00

    288. 2 child's wooden buckets ca. 1850-1910; miniature strap beaded candy bucket with wire swing handle, base impressed "E. Murdock & Co", patent applied for Winchendon, Mass, 4 3/4"d, 3 3/4"h; child's water bucket with brassed tin strap bands and wire swing handle mounted on cup housings, 7"d

    Sold For 140.00

    289. 2 egg beaters ca. 1881-1930; standard hand crank egg beater with cast iron handle, geared crank with pressed steel two-part round dasher and patent of 3/8/1881, 3"x 10 1/4"x 2"; spring operated Archimedes action beater with twisted wire shaft, pressed steel dashers, wooden knob handle and patented Feb. 4, 1902 by E.R. Roberts, 2 1/2"x 10 1/4"x 1"

    Sold For 180.00

    290. 2 egg beaters ca. 1880-1910; Dover pressed steel spoon-shaped egg beaters on a cast iron frame with 2 1/2" gear wheel, 2 1/2"x 9 1/4"x 2"; Lyon's patent applied for double propeller beater with cast frame, double level propeller and pressed steel dashers, 3"x 10 1/4"x 2 1/2"

    Sold For 180.00

    291. Egg basket & redware crock ca. 1880; oak splint melon shaped egg basket with two slat base, 12"d, 11 1/2"h; interior and exterior glazed redware apple butter crock with raised collar rim, 5"d, 5 1/2"h

     Sold For 60.00

    292. 4 Gaudy Welsh "Seeing Eye" waste bowls ca. 1860; all British ironstone in "Seeing Eye" pattern, 5 1/4"- 5 1/2"d

    Sold For 160.00

    293. 3 Gaudy Welsh "Seeing Eye" luncheon plates & 4 cups & saucers ca. 1856; three English Staffordshire ironstone Gaudy Welsh "Seeing Eye" pattern luncheon plates impressed "E Walley Niagara Shape" and registration mark for 1856, 8 1/2"d; four handleless cups and saucers with one in "Niagara Shape" with impressed 1856 registration mark, 3 1/2"- 3 3/4"d

    Sold For 200.00

    294. 6 Gaudy Welsh "Seeing Eye" plates ca. 1856-1860; six English Staffordshire ironstone plates: toddy plate with impressed 1856 registration mark in Niagara shape, 5"d; pair of side plates impressed "E Walley Niagara Shape" and registration mark for 1856, 6 3/4"d; three ten-sided luncheon plates with two impressed "Pearlware", 8 1/4" & 8 1/2"

     Sold For 200.00

    295. 4 flow blue "Morning Glory & Strawberry" plates ca. 1855; English Staffordshire flow blue ironstone plates with some lustre highlighting in "Morning Glory and Strawberry" pattern: fourteen-sided luncheon plate, 8 1/2"; twelve-sided dinner plate, 9"; pair of dinner plates, 9 1/2"d

    Sold For 90.00

    296. 3 flow blue "Morning Glory" pattern items ca. 1860; English Staffordshire flow blue with copper lustre highlighting in "Morning Glory" pattern: fourteen-sided waste bowl, 5 1/2"d; luncheon plate, 8 3/4"d; deep dish, 9 3/4"d

    Sold For 130.00

    297. 5 English flow blue ironstone plates ca. 1855 & 1856; three "Black Berry and Leaf" pattern luncheon plates impressed "E Walley Niagara Shape" and registration mark for 1856, 8 1/2"d; fourteen-sided luncheon plate with tulip-like floral design, 8 1/2"; twelve-sided dinner plate in urn with flowers design, 9 1/4"

    Sold For 90.00

    298. 6 English ironstone items ca. 1860; flow black twelve-sided side plate with strawberries and foliage design; three twelve-sided sauce dishes with flow blue strawberries and foliage design; octagonal open vegetable with blue leaf and flower design; small octagonal open vegetable with infilled transfer of blue flowers and foliage and baes impressed "Pearl"

    Sold For 150.00

    299. 3 Gaudy earthenware items ca. 1860-1915; English Staffordshire Gaudy Welsh child's mug in "Grape Variant" pattern, 2 3/4"d; English Staffordshire gaudy ironstone twelve-sided waste bowl, 3 1/2"x 5 1/2"; Dutch Gaudy Welsh type barrel-shaped creamer in "Grape Variant" with black ink back stamp "Societe Ceramique Maestricht/Made in Holland", 3"d

    Sold For 110.00

    300. 6 English Staffordshire earthenware gaudy items ca. 1860; three unnamed gaudy ironstone luncheon plates in flower and foliage design and impressed "Ironstone"; two Gaudy Welsh handleless cups and saucers in "Urn & Flowers" pattern and an extra cup; unnamed Gaudy Welsh type saucer with two prominent flowers and six small flowers around rim

    Sold For 210.00

    301. Group of English Staffordshire gaudy ironstone ca. 1860; twelve-sided strawberry motif cheese plate; handleless cup and saucer in strawberry motif; unnamed handleless cup and saucer with three flowered stems bracketed by pairs of copper lustre stalks

    Sold For 50.00

    302. 8 English Staffordshire gaudy ironstone items ca. 1860; ten-sided cheese plate with three flowers and copper lustre stalks impressed "Pearl White"; saucer with three, three flowered stems bracketed by pairs of cobalt stalks; handleless cup with orange-red flowers and copper lustre detailed cobalt leaves; three matching items with double headed flowers on squiggly stems and copper lustre detailed cobalt leaves including a sauce dish, luncheon plate impressed "E. Walley Niagara Shape" and 1856 registration mark and a ten-sided dinner plate; pair of ten-sided luncheon plates with flower buds bracketed by three large copper lustre leaves

    Sold For 110.00

    303. 12 Staffordshire cups & saucers ca. 1860-1930; pair of "Black Beauty or Regout's Flower" pattern with saucers; four with four brown dot and three stroke green foliage; unnamed brown stick spatter pattern of flowers, leaves and green detailing; unnamed green stick spatter pattern of connecting four petaled motifs and blue ring detailing; four various children's cups and saucers in unnamed stick spatter patterns

    Sold For 120.00

    304. 2 blue band mocha pitchers ca. 1850; English Staffordshire earthenware: two band pitcher, 6 1/2"d; teal blue band bracketed by three blue rings all under a blue band, 6"d

     Sold For 60.00

    305. 12 English Staffordshire cups & saucers ca. 1810-1855; in mostly pearlware and handleless: full floral design in magenta and green with copper lustre highlights and scalloped rims; one blue and red transfer of rural village scenes; simple brushed flower heads; Wood's Rose handled cup; red flower design with copper lustre details; fluted bowl and saucer,  scalloped rim and blue dot decoration; child size brushed blue design of sunflower-like motif; brushed floral spray; Adams style floral border bands; overglaze stylized red rose and blue bed with green leafage; overglaze Queen's Rose variant; pink King's Rose with vine and rose border

    Sold For 130.00

    306. 16 English Staffordshire children's cups, saucers & 1  plate ca. 1850-1925; fourteen matching cups and saucers with some stick spatter decorated and others brushed, one saucer impressed "Harvey" and green ink back stamp "Allertons/ Persianware/England"

    Sold For 200.00

    307. Group of English Staffordshire ca. 1885-1915;  children's cups and saucers with additions: twelve Gaudy Welsh "Grape" handled cups and saucers with an extra saucer and plate and an adult sized handled cup; three Gaudy Welsh "Wagon Wheel" vertical herringbone motif handled cups and saucers with an extra cup; vertical herringbone motif "Wagon Wheel" Gaudy Welsh plate; Gaudy Welsh "Grape Variant" handleless cup and saucer with faintly impressed "Societe Ceramique/Maestricht"; handled cup and saucer with unnamed copper lustre sunflower motif

     Sold For 290.00

    308. 14 English Staffordshire children's cups & saucers ca. 1835-1890; some handleless and pearlware with brushed, stick spatter, blue band mocha and black transfer motifs and two saucers impressed "Adams"; twelve matched sets and two extraneous cups and saucers

    Sold For 110.00

    309. Chester Co. pocket watch hutch ca. 1800s; primitive dovetailed hanging slide lid box with "tombstone" window in a pieboard sliding door, 4"x 1 3/4"x 8"

    Sold For 375.00

    310. Joseph Lehn paint decorated sewing chest ca. 1860-1890; dovetailed construction with brown paint on a salmon base, raised panel lid, small turned feet, half round base trim  with traditional pussy willow banding; sides, front and top with traditional painted faux raised panel accent, front panel featuring Romeo and Juliet die cut with a floral wreath around the vignette, lid with die cut of family crest with salmon in the center of shield, salmon interior paint and top tray with five compartments and two pin cushions, 11 3/4"x 7 1/4"x 7 1/4" Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3

    Sold For 1,300.00

    311. Chester Co. paint decorated child's chair ca. 1830-1880; sponge/cloth paint decorated plank bottom child's chair with yellow and ochre rolled rag paint finish having turned legs, two center arrow spindles, top rail with a cabbage rose type decoration with silver paint and red accent, attributed to Chester Co., 9 1/2"x 10"x 19 1/2"

    Sold For 350.00

    312. Paint decorated bride's box ca. 1700-1830; polychrome decorated oval bride's box in splint pine with bands having splint stitching and decorated with large tulip flower motifs, lid with a bride in top hat wearing a tight waisted blue and red dress with white accent and floral decoration, 17 1/2"x 11"x 8 1/4" Additional Photo

    Sold For 950.00

    313. Paint decorated slant lid sewing chest ca. 1809 dated; Scandinavian influence dovetailed white pine chest in green paint with floral motifs on lids and sides and dated 1809 in red paint with a slant lid that has a pin cushion framed on the lid, early handwrought hardware with small grabber lock and wrapped double strap hinges and interior of chest with small till, 13"x 9 3/4"x 6 1/2" Additional Photo

    Sold For 500.00

    314. Paint decorated bride's box ca. 1800s; oval shaped bride's box with blue base featuring a man chopping a large stump scene and a German poem on the lid and the sides having blue base color and bold floral paint accent, 18 1/2"x 11 3/4"x 8 1/4" Additional Photo

    Sold For 700.00

    315. Softwood paint decorated flour box ca. 1800s; quarter sawn pine wall box in iron nail construction with peg hinge lid painted green with German script lettering "Mehl" (flour) on front and front sides and lid with colorful floral bouquets, 5 1/2"x 6 1/4"x 8"

    Sold For 110.00

    316. Paint decorated pine bride's oval band box ca. 1700-1800s; narrow grain pine box with sides decorated with multi-color tulip banding and lid with a ball-type rose design, 17"x 10 1/2"x 7 3/4" Additional Photo

    Sold For 100.00

    317. 2 framed miniature memorial pictures ca. 1840-1860; both European silk prints in cherry veneer frames: one German "Zur Erinnerung Charenton" dated in corner 1839 with hair stitched accent and silk of a couple in a boat on a narrow waterway, 6 3/4"x 5 1/2"; scene of the "Church of Redeemer" ruins with hair stitch accent, 7 1/2x 5 1/2"

    Sold For 50.00

    318. Plant stand  ca. 1900; in green paint with three semi-circular shelves on shaped legs, 32"x 17"x 37 1/2"

    Sold For 250.00

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

    Sold For 400.00

    320. Soap Hollow corner cupboard ca. 1860; walnut one-piece cupboard in black and red colored paint with darker swirls, floral decals on top molding and doors, cove molded top over a twelve-light single door with hinges opening to a robin's egg blue interior with five shelves with plate rails over two drawers signed "EY 18...?" and enamel knobs over a single door, [Provenance: Built for and owned by Elizabeth Kauffman.  Elizabeth married a Yoder, thus the initials EY on the left drawer.  Elizabeth was born Oct. 5 1831 died June 25, 1909.  She was the daughter of Isaac Kauffman, a well-known resident and farmer near the community of Davidsville, Conemaugh Twp., Somerset Co., PA, in the area known as Soap Hollow] 44"x 31"x 88 3/4" Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8

     Sold For 15,100.00

    321. Soap Hollow blanket chest ca. 1860; poplar chest with black, red and floral decoration, black lid opening to the interior with left side till, front with floral decal decoration over two drawers with matching decoration resting on straight bracket feet, very faintly initialed E.Y. on the front panel  [Provenance: Descended in same family as Lot 320, the Soap Hollow corner cupboard] 48"x 21"x 26" Additional Photo's 1; 2

    Sold For 875.00

    322. Dough box with base ca. 1870; cherry dough box with lid and side handles all on a base with splayed cylindrical legs, [Provenance: Descended in the same family as Lot 320 & 321.  Refinished in the 20th century but thought to be made in Soap Hollow]  42"x 18 1/2"x 29"

    Sold For 325.00

    323. Grandfathers clock  ca. 1980s; heavily refinished clock case with German movement [Provenance:  Found at the same farm as Lots 320-322; completely refinished and new clock movement in the mid-late 1900s], weight and pendulum, 18 1/2"x 12 1/2"x 96 1/2" Additional Photo's 1; 2

    Sold For 150.00

    324. Cylinder roll desk ca. 1860; mahogany diminutive size desk with carved top, carved side moldings over the cylinder lid with raised panels and carved pulls opening to a pigeon-holed interior with two drawers over a single drawer over a base with raised burled panel, sides with three drawers on each with a scrolled cut out front resting on plank feet, 37"x 23"x 54 1/2"

    Sold For 425.00

    325. Signed Johannes Seltzer decorated blanket chest ca. 1807; chest with decorated lid consisting of two painted panels opening to an interior with left side till and butt hinges; the chest front retains the original vibrant colors on two panels with an urn and flowers in each, urns both signed Johannes Seltzer 1807 and the panels are surrounded by a crotch mahogany painted surface, 50 1/2"x 22 1/2"x 23" Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8

     Sold For 4,100.00

    326. Blanket chest ca. 1825; pine chest in ochre paint with blue tobacco leaf design over entire chest, lid opens to the interior with left side till, butt hinges, keeper and lock, all resting on boldly turned feet, 44"x 19 1/2"x 23 1/2"

    Sold For 2,450.00

    327. Bucket bench ca. 1850; four shelf bench with three compartment top over two shelves with shaped skirted sides all in an old red wash, 45"x 13 1/2"x 42"

    Sold For 140.00

    328. Blanket chest ca. 1800; in pine with a geometrically painted surface and strap hinges on original straight bracket feet, 52 1/2"x 23"x 24"

    Sold For 140.00

    329. Table top display case ca. 1810; poplar case with old bluish-green paint in mortised, tenon and pegged construction with nine light top, three lights on each side and four lights in front, 36 1/2"x 30"x 14 1/2" Additional Photo

    Sold For 120.00

    330. Cherry slant front desk ca. 1820; slant lid opening to eight drawers with six pigeon hole interior over two over three drawers and recessed side panels, all resting on turned Sheraton legs, 42"x 48"x 24" Additional Photo's 1; 2

    Sold For 300.00

    331. Centennial low boy chest ca. 1880; walnut chest in a formal form having a molded top with scalloped corners over a single drawer over three smaller drawers over a shaped apron with center shell carving resting on cabriole legs with shell carved knees and trifid feet and chamfered corners on chest with brass pulls, 33"x 21"x 29 1/2"

    Sold For 600.00

    332. Chippendale chest of drawers ca. 1780-1800; walnut and figured walnut chest with three over four drawers,  molded top, brass bale drawer pulls and resting on ogee bracket feet, 41 1/2"x 21 1/2"x 47"

    Sold For 450.00

    333. Dutch cupboard ca. 1800; cove molded top over twelve light, two door top over two drawers over two doors with raised panels resting on straight bracket feet, 49 1/2"x 20 1/2"x 83"

    Sold For 180.00

    334. Sheraton chest of drawers ca. 1815; cherry chest with rectangular top over four drawers with brass pulls and recessed sides resting on turned legs, 41"x 20"x 46"

    Sold For 350.00

    335. Enterprise #9 coffee mill ca. 7/12/90 patent; store model coffee mill with two 19 1/2" fly wheels with double compass open casting, red and blue paint and gold leaf accent paint, large hopper lid with brass eagle accent, mill housing in red paint with black accent and die-cut labels and wooden drawer stenciled #9 with porcelain knob, 17"x 19 1/2"x 28"

    Sold For 625.00

    336. Pair of iron Lebanon Co. garden fence sections ca. 1860-1890; two ornate iron garden fence sections made by J.B. Lauser, Lebanon, PA with "J. Phillips & Son" across the top of one section and "J.B. Kohr & F. Light" across the top of the other, 31"x 36" Additional Photo

     Sold For 130.00

    337. Child's miniature high chest of drawers ca. 1880-1900; softwood high chest in nail construction with dark staining and light green overpaint, bracket feet, crown molding and three drawers with brass pulls, 17 1/4"x 10 1/2"x 22 1/2"

    Sold For 130.00

    338. 2 wooden primitives ca. 1850-1920; homemade winged compass with 18" legs and hand cut mortise and tenon, 18"x 9 1/2"; wooden "giant" two-part straight razor with 9 1/4" folding blade, shield/handle of razor hand shaped of softwood and painted black, 18 1/4"x 2 1/2"x 1 1/4"

    Sold For 50.00

    339. Pair of flint glass whale oil lamps ca. 1700-1800s; matched pair of pedestal based whale oil lamps with fancy octagon shaft, fluted font, pewter collars and two stem burners with pewter caps, 3"x 3"x 9 1/4"

    Sold For 220.00

    340. English walnut veneered utensil box ca. 1850; slanted lift lid box with serpentine front having a walnut crotch grain veneer and accented banding, 8 1/2"x 9 1/2"x 13 3/4"

    Sold For 260.00

    341. Pharisee & Tax Collector iron stove plate ca. 1742; fire plate from a jamb stove depicting the biblical account from Luke 18 of a Pharisee kneeling at the altar while the publican has clasped hands under doorway, 25 1/2"x 25"

    Sold For 1,350.00

    342. Red painted carpenter's tool tray ca. 1930-1950; long softwood tool tray with high pitched sides, center rail handle, interior four holes for screwdrivers and ends braced with metal bands all in red milk paint, 32"x 8 3/4"x 14 1/4"

    Sold For 50.00

    343. 2 early kitchen primitives ca. 1700-1800s; English block style sugar nipper mounted to a quarter sawn oak base with spade tip blades affixed on a turned brass stand, 14 1/2"x 3 3/4"x 6 3/4"; large turned cherry fixed handle rolling pin, 3 1/4"d, 23"h

    Sold For 210.00

    344. 3 wrought iron fireplace primitives ca. 1700-1800s; pair of small diamond faceted fire dogs/andirons with pad feet and dog's head bend on front, 8 1/4"x 15 1/2"x 11 3/4"; ember tongs with ball topped handle, 25"

    Sold For 200.00

    345. 3 wrought iron fireplace primitives ca. 1700-1800s; large pair of diamond faceted fire dogs/andirons on high feet with two level of hooks, round plate and top with bent neck and a large diamond shape facet, 11 1/2"x 19 1/4"x 21 1/4"; matching ember tongs with diamond faceted top on handle and painted black, 31 1/2"

    Sold For 30.00

    346. Painted swing handle field basket ca. 1900-1930; "bushwacker" type basket painted gray with high arch weave bottom, double weave rim, drawn and steam bent swing handle on a U-shape steam bent bucket and bracket lock notched into rim rail, 16 1/2"d, 12"h

    Sold For 240.00

    347. Ash/oak splint fish basket ca. 1800s; two-grasp tall basket with broad slats and webbing and nailed double rail rim, 19"d, 22 1/4"h

    Sold For 30.00

    348. 2 cast iron plug tobacco cutters ca. 1800s; "Superb" St. Louis lever operated tobacco plug cutter with 4 1/2" edge and black paint, 18"x 4 1/2"x 7"; Enterprise Mfg. Co., Phila. "The Champion Knife Improved" lever operated shear with 5" edge and black paint with red accent, 19"x 4 1/2"x 6 3/4"

    Sold For 85.00

    349. Enterprise #15 sausage stuffer/press ca. July 11, 1876 patent; two-quart stuffer/press combination with two cast iron press plates, interior lard screen and lower perforated iron plate, tubular spout, crank handle with wooden knob and mounted on a wooden plank, 7 1/4"x 29" plank

    Sold For 95.00

    350. 3 copper dipping kettles ca. 1800-1900s; side handle copper kettle with spout in early form dovetailed construction with hand form tapered socket handle on a large shaped plate and riveted with copper rivets, 5 1/2"- 6 1/2"d; signed Thos. Mills & Bros. #2 three quart kettle in dovetailed construction with a socket handle and trade strike, 6 1/4"-8"d; larger kettle with raised collar on socket, interior tin wash, handle mounted to triangular plate and riveted to kettle with a large pour spout, 9"-10"d

    Sold For 100.00

    351. DeLaval porcelain trade sign  ca. 1900-1920; rectangular advertising sign for DeLaval cream separators having yellow letters with blue overlay enamel, 16"x 12"

    Sold For 40.00

    352. DeLaval souvenir match safe  ca. 1908-1920; die cut and lithograph hanging match safe in the shape of a DeLaval milk separator with patent date of 7-28-08 on the bottom of the die cut with a pressed tin bucket and hopper and marked "American Art Sign Co, Brooklyn, NY" and box with a milkmaid at a crank and marked "Swayze Means Quality, Canton, PA", 6 3/4"x 4"x 1"

    Sold For 160.00

    353. 2 lithograph & die cut DeLaval cow advertising pieces ca. 1920s; two tin die cuts for DeLaval Milk Separators by American Art Sign Co, Brooklyn, NY featuring a Holstein cow with DeLaval on her flank, 5 1/2"x 3 1/4" and a calf with a printed track advertisement, 2 3/4"x 2"

    Sold For 50.00

    354. DeLaval souvenir match safe ca. 7/28/08 patent; lithograph and die cut tin separator shaped back with pressed tin bucket and hopper top by American Art Sign Co, 3 1/2"x 6 3/4"x 1 1/4"

    Sold For 50.00

    355. Bell Telephone porcelain sign ca. 1930s; disc sign with white background and blue secondary overlay of a bell and "Public Telephone", 7"d

    Sold For 65.00

    356. Sharples Cream Separator advertising pot scraper ca. 1909; die cut and lithographed trade advertising pot scraper with advertising litho of "Sharples Tubular Cream Separator" with a dairy maid and machine in foreground and trade information on the back, 2 1/4"x 3 1/2"

    Sold For 55.00

    357. Horseshoe #2 salesman sample wash wringer   ca. 1900-1910; salesman sample with 4" rubber coated rollers, hand crank and trade advertising on wooden upper and lower strips, 11"x 3 1/2x 5"

    Sold For 50.00

    358. Group of English Staffordshire ca. 1850; three English Staffordshire porcelain miniature Gaudy Welsh "Grape" pattern wash bowls and pitchers and porcelain small child's mug in unnamed pattern of orange-red centered flower with blue petals among grape-like fruits

    Sold For 220.00

    359. 16 English Staffordshire children's cups & saucers ca. 1835-1935; English Staffordshire earthenware cups and saucers with some handleless and pearlware with brushed or stick spatter motifs: three saucers have green ink back stamp "Allertons/ Persian Ware/England" and impressed crown mark and one saucer with brown ink back stamp "Staffordshire/England" and one saucer impressed "Adams"; fourteen matched and two saucers and cups extraneous

    Sold For 50.00

    360. Set of English Staffordshire earthenware stick spatter ca. 1900; stick spatter with a band yellow centered blue and red flowers and green foliage with black ink back stamp of Royal Arms and "England" and impressed with George Jones Crescent Pottery mark: eleven luncheon/dinner plates; seven handleless cups and saucers; one handled cup and saucer; pair of waste bowls

    Sold For 60.00

    361. English Staffordshire earthenware dishes ca. 1845; earthenware dishes with floral mulberry brush work: three toddy plates; two side dishes; two cheese plates; two deep dishes; two dinner plates

    Sold For 30.00

    362. English Staffordshire pearlware dishes ca. 1830; English Staffordshire pearlware dishes with stylized floral design with indented rims: pair of luncheon plates, 9"d; pair of deep dishes, 9"d

    Sold For 90.00

    363. English Staffordshire pearlware spatter washbowl & pitcher ca. 1845; English Staffordshire pearlware spatter blue band washbowl with bull's eye center, 11 3/4"d and baluster form pitcher, 6 1/2"d

    Sold For 30.00

    364. English Staffordshire earthenware ca. 1845-1860; dinner plate with red spatter band on rim and central red stenciled star burst motif, 9"d; child's handleless cup and saucer with all over brown spatter, 3"d cup, 4 1/2"d saucer

    Sold For 30.00

    365. 3 English Staffordshire blue spatter creamers ca. 1850; English Staffordshire earthenware blue spatter: squat bulbous form with pale blue spatter and acanthus leaf handle terminals, 3 3/4"d; bulbous form with acanthus leaf handle terminals and un-spattered foot, 3 3/4"d; eight paneled ballast form with bright blue spatter, 4 1/4"x 6"

    Sold For 30.00

    366. 3 English Staffordshire spatter cups & saucers ca. 1845; handleless cups and saucers: child's blue spatter in "Thistle" pattern; wide red spatter band; wide blue spatter band; wide blue spatter band saucer with central rose motif

    Sold For 75.00

    367. 4 English Staffordshire transfer dishes ca. 1860; English Staffordshire earthenware dishes with transfers and blue spattered borders: twelve-sided blue transfer of fruit dinner plate; twelve-sided dinner plate with red transfer of peafowl on fountain; dinner plate with black transfer of horsemen lassoing horses in bright blue spatter; twelve-sided deep dish with red transfer of horsemen lassoing horses

    Sold For 50.00

    368. 3 English Staffordshire cups & saucers ca. 1850; blue spatter handleless cups and saucers: one in overall spatter; one wide rim band with central dot; coarse spatter with open center saucer

    Sold For 40.00

    369. Group of English Staffordshire spatter ca. 1860; octagonal base and paneled blue spatter creamer with two sepia transfers of a spread eagle and thirteen starred shield; handled blue spatter cup and saucer with cup having a black transfer of horsemen and horses and saucer with black transfer of a pair of dancers watched by another pair; pair of blue and red rainbow spatter cup plates with bull's eye centers

     Sold For 170.00

    370. Group of English Staffordshire blue spatter ca. 1860-1910; blue spatter partial child's tea service: eight-sided columnar form covered teapot, covered sugar, creamer; two round plates with brown ink back stamp; seven handled cups and two saucers with one having overall spatter and four bright blue plates; two regular side plates with dot centers; deep dish with dot center; waste bowl; bulbous creamer

    Sold For 50.00

    371. Group of English Staffordshire cups & saucers ca. 1850-1885; blue spatter cups and saucers: four children's cups (one handled and three handleless); five saucers; one regular handleless cup

    Sold For 30.00

    372. Group of English Staffordshire  ca. 1835-1930; sixteen English Staffordshire earthenware cups and saucers in brushed and stick spatter motifs: eleven are child sized with matching plate with one saucer impressed "Adams", another with brown ink back stamp "Staffordshire/England" and another with green ink back stamp "Allertons/Persian Ware/England" and an impressed crown; five regular size cups and saucers with two having a black ink back stamp with the Royal Arms and "England" marks and impressed with Geo Jones Crescent Pottery mark and another with a brown ink back stamp "Charles Allerton & Sons/England" mark

    Sold For 110.00

    373. 4 English Staffordshire dishes ca. 1835; earthenware dishes in Early Adams Rose and Early Adams Rose variant patterns: two dinner plates and two deep dishes

    Sold For 60.00

    374. 10 English Staffordshire Early Adams Rose dishes ca. 1830; pearlware dishes in Early Adams Rose pattern with some impressed "Adams" and some with beaded rims: pair of side dishes; deep dish; cheese plate; four various luncheon plates; two dinner plates

    Sold For 65.00

    375. Stoneware butter churn & covered jar ca. 1885; cylindrical churn with a tooled banded rim, interior lid ledge and period wooden cover and plunger, 7 1/4"d, 9 1/4"h, 24 1/2" plunger; cylindrical covered jar with flattened rolled rim and interior lid ledge and cover with button knob, 6 3/4"d, 10"h

    Sold For 110.00

    376. 2 Bristol glazed stoneware items ca. 1900-1930; cobalt washed covered cylindrical canister with four molded daisy-like flowers on a raised grid of squares, hanging lid with cobalt washed rim and outer band of raised squares grid with a recessed button knob, 7 1/2"d, 5 3/4"h; cobalt washed rim chamber pot with molded roses and foliage on a square grid, 5 1/4"x 9 1/4"x 9 1/2"

    Sold For 25.00

    377. 3 Bristol glazed stoneware items ca. 1900-1930; tapered cylindrical pitcher with cobalt washed rim and foot and molded wild rose and foliage motif on a basket weave background, 5 1/4"d, 8 3/4"h; bulbous table pitcher with simple floral stencil on two sides and cobalt on rim edge, 6 1/2"d, 8 1/4"h; mixing bowl with simple floral stencil on three sides and two cobalt rings on rim, 8 1/2"d, 3 3/4"h

    Sold For 45.00

    378. 3 gallon stoneware jug ca. 1860-1930; salt glazed cylindrical jug with cobalt slipped three and flourish with a wide collared band mouth and Albany slip glaze interior, 10 1/4"d, 14 1/4"h

    Sold For 75.00

    379. Cobalt decorated cake crock ca. 1870; salt glazed cylindrical crock with brushed cobalt feathered motifs and daubs at pair of lug handle terminals each connected by a squiggly line, tooled flattened rim with lower beaded ring and Albany slip glaze interior, attributed to Remmy Pottery, Phila. PA, 8 1/2"d, 5"h

    Sold For 240.00

    380. 3 gallon C. Hart & Son cobalt decorated crock ca. 1875; salt glazed cylindrical crock with brushed cobalt flower and foliage design, impressed "C. Hart & Son/ Sherburne" (Charles Hart, Sherburne, NY) and "3" with a flattened rolled rim, pair of lug handles, slight incised neck ring and Albany slip glaze interior, 11"d, 10 1/2"h

     Sold For 75.00

    381. Cobalt decorated stoneware jar ca. 1870; salt glazed cylindrical jar with brushed cobalt feathered motifs, tooled flattened rim with beaded everted neck, slight incised neck ring and Albany slip glaze interior, attributed to Remmy Pottery, Phila., PA, 7 1/4"d, 10 1/2"h

     Sold For 75.00

    382. 2 yellow ware chamber pots ca. 1855; bulbous shaped pots with molded strap handles: one with greenish seaweed design on a cream white band bracketed by blue rings and a blue rim edge attributed to Ohio, 7 3/4"d, 5"h; one covered with white band under rim over a pair of dark brown rings and a domed lid with brown band bracketed by brown rings and a mushroom knob, 9 1/4"d, 7 3/4"h

     Sold For 25.00

    383. Yellow ware chamber pot & stoneware cuspidor ca. 1870-1900; squat bulbous chamber pot with flat rim, extended strap handle and beige band bracketed by brown rings, 7 1/2"d, 4 1/2"h; round cuspidor Bristol glazed stoneware with cobalt rim, neck ring and three bands of sponging, 7 1/2"d, 4 1/2"h

    Sold For 25.00

    384. 5 molded yellow ware items in Rockingham glaze ca. 1880-1890; round cuspidor with fluted top funnel and recessed mid-section with sixteen hollow panels; small round bowl with ribbed mid-section topped by a sawtooth effect; Turks head food mold with fifteen swirled rib interior and open cone; oval base small pitcher with molded ear of corn design on both sides; oval base small pitcher with molded clump of flowers design on both sides

    Sold For 30.00

    385. 5 molded yellow ware items in Rockingham glaze ca. 1870-1890; oval base pitcher with molded scene of a huntsman in woods with hound and game; round base pitcher with six hollow molded panels; two similar round base pitchers in cylindrical form with slightly recessed necks; oval base creamer with stylized shell molding on spout and at upper handle terminal

     Sold For 55.00

    386. 12 earthenware piggy banks  ca. 1940-1960; twelve continental earthenware piggy banks most with marbled brownish glaze on top halves and two impressed "Austria"

     Sold For 200.00

    387. 2 pressed steel toy trucks ca. 1950s & 1997; vintage Structco phone company truck in green paint with partially enclosed bed, hard rubber tires and partial labels, 12"x 5"x 5"; reproduction dump truck with red chassis and green dump bed dated 1997, 11 1/2"x 5 1/4"x 6 1/2"

    Sold For 65.00

    388. 5 iron dog paperweights ca. 1930-1950; all attributed to Hubley: three Cocker Spaniel dogs catalog #428, 3 1/2"x 2 1/2"; two wire-haired Terriers with brown, white and black paint, 3 1/4"x 2 3/4"

    Sold For 65.00

    389. Marx Lumar contractor's steam shovel ca. 1950s; pressed tin power shovel with orange paint, rubber tires, trip lever dump bucket and original decals, 12"x 6 1/4"x 8 1/2"

    Sold For 60.00

    390. 2 Hubley horse bookends ca. 1950-1960s; both attributed to Hubley and mounted on bevel edged mahogany bases: chestnut mare with black mane and tail, white on nose and matched foal with some color; black mare with front white socks, patch on nose and matched foal, 8"x 3 1/4"x 5 3/4"

    Sold For 85.00

    391. Kleistone terrier dog doorstop ca. 1930s; cast hard rubber dog with wire hair, painted white, brown and black and retains label under belly, 14"x 4"x 10 3/4"

    Sold For 250.00

    392. Basket flower doorstop ca. reproduction; wicker basket design embossed Hubley on rear of casting with antiqued finish on basket following after #69 catalog casting, 6 1/2"x 2"x 10 3/4"

    Sold For 50.00

    393. Keystone ride-em steam road roller ca. 1920; red and black painted pressed steel road roller with corrugated sheet metal roof and wooden T handle steering wheel, 19 3/4"x 8 1/2"x 14 1/2"

    Sold For 95.00

    394. 2 Hubley iron horse figures ca. 1930-1950s; palomino mare in tan paint with white socks, tail and mane on a wood block desk, 8"x 3"x 6"; light sorrel color thoroughbred doorstop with front white socks and accent on muzzle, 11"x 8"

    Sold For 95.00

    395. Keystone Railway Agency truck ca. 1927; red and black painted pressed steel "Railway Express Agency" on #55 model truck with side rails of a flat bed, pressed steel wheel with hard rubber Keystone tires marked "Hood Balloon Tires", 25 3/4"x 8 1/2"x 8" Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3

    Sold For 200.00

    396. 2 cast iron floral doorstops ca. 1900-1920s; doorstop with colorful leaf and fruit design in garden urn base, 4 1/2"x 5"; repainted vintage French basket of flowers on heavy pediment base, 5 1/2"x 5 3/4"

    Sold For 40.00

    397. Pressed steel Buddy L dump truck ca. 1920s; long body dump truck with chain crank dump mechanism, pressed steel and cast lead alloy wheels, 24 1/2"x 8 1/2"x 8 1/4"

    Sold For 280.00

    398. 3 horse on wood figures ca. 1950-1980; Hubley chestnut thoroughbred mare with white socks, black mane and tail and white accent muzzle; Hubley sorrel mare with foal, white socks and muzzle accent; black beauty with white on muzzle and front socks; 8"x 3"x 6" each

    Sold For 70.00

    399. 3 piece Buddy L work car set ca. 1920-1990; Buddy L marked cars to run on 3 1/4" rails with modern cast couplings: #1023 steam shovel with corrugated roof and multi-gear mechanism to operate shovel, 25"x 6 1/2"x 14"; #70836 gondola high side car with black paint and red decals, 20"x 6 3/4"x 5 3/4"; #12457 red and black work car with tool chest, 20 3/4"x 5 1/2"x 8 3/4" Additional Photo

    Sold For 775.00

    400. Milk glass parlor lamp ca. 1890-1910; gone with the wind type lamp with font top embossed in egg and dart pattern, font and ball shade with painted floral wreath and vine design and pink shading, clear chimney and a cast iron footed base, 9"d, 20"h

    Sold For 65.00

    401. 4 pieces of Mary Gregory glassware ca. 1900-1930; miscellaneous blown uncolored glass decorated in the style of Mary Gregory: two smooth bottom tumblers with white enamel designs featuring one with a boy holding a stem and one with a girl holding a stem, 3"d, 4"h; twelve panel smooth bottom tumbler with white enamel design of a girl holding a stem with flesh and brown colored arm and head, 2 3/4"d, 3 3/4"h; white enamel decorated bulbous carafe of a girl holding a basket with a polish pontil, 4 1/4"d, 6 3/4"h

    Sold For 40.00

    402. 2 miniature kerosene lamps ca. 1880-1910; cranberry thumbprint design ball shade miniature kerosene lamp with nutmeg burner and clear chimney, 3 1/2"d, 7 3/4"h; milk glass embossed "Cosmos" pattern lamp with matched shade having flowers painted pink, yellow and blue with a nutmeg burner, 4 1/2"d, 8 1/2"h

    Sold For 75.00

    403. Blown silvered glass gazing ball ca. 1880; blown hollow form silvered glass gazing ball on a pedestal, 6"d, 9 1/2"h

    Sold For 30.00

    404. Milk glass parlor lamp ca. 1900-1920s; lamp base and shade in Manon pattern with hand painted rose vine design on pastel colors, high tapered base, cast metal scroll foot and flared brass collar top with burner assembly, attributed to Fostoria, 9"d, 28"h

    Sold For 50.00

    405. 2 gold lustre vases, one signed Tiffany ca. 1930; two similar gold lustre blown glass short vases with flared bases, wide rims, two sides folded from vertical to horizontal and one signed on foot "L.C. Tiffany 981" with a polished pontil, 3 1/2"x 4 3/4"; one unsigned, 3 1/2"x 4 1/2"

    Sold For 85.00

    406. Stella music box ca. 1890; oak case music box with a long bed, single comb with original winder and Stella logo under lid playing approximately a 9 1/2" disc, 18 1/2"x 16"x 11"

     Sold For 625.00

    407. Large blown art glass whimsy pipe ca. 1940-1960; large blown art glass whimsy pipe of large polychromal glass blue and gold banded threads with a feather pulled on a white opaque glass ground with a curved stem with large bowl, 3 1/2"d, 14 1/2"h

     Sold For 90.00

    408. Cylinder music box ca. 1880; large multi-tuned box playing on the cylinders, tambourine, drum, bells and bellos in a burled wood case with ebonized base, 38"x 17 1/2"x 13 1/2"

    Sold For 1,900.00

    409. Cylinder music box  ca. 1880; multi-tune box in a rosewood grained case with inlaid top, 22"x 8 1/4"x 6"

     Sold For 290.00

    410. Art glass table lamp ca. 1960-1990; cast brass/bronze statuary lamp of a couple embracing on a formed wave with base and arm of light with cloth "Renaissance Art Products, Handmade in USA" tag and fitted with shade in lily and vine design with lustre iridescent, 6"x 9"x 19 1/2" base; 9 1/2"d, 4 1/2"h shade

    Sold For 70.00

    411. Block on point pattern quilt ca. 1840-1860; block on point pattern quilt with pieced blocks on point of orange patterned fabrics, teal cotton zig zag strips, red, orange and green outer border, red and white pattern cotton back with red cotton backing and quilting following pattern, 74"x 64"

     Sold For 130.00

    412. Block on point pattern quilt ca. 1840-1860; blocks on point alternating with plain blue or gray blocks, gray border with blue cotton back turned to front as edging and quilting following the pattern with cross-stitching around edge, 76"x 72"

    Sold For 150.00

    413. Block on point pattern quilt ca. 1840; red and blue printed cotton blocks on point surrounded by brown printed chintz border with back in red and brown floral printed cotton and the back and the front pieced together, 96"x 88"

    Sold For 160.00

    414. 64 block star pattern quilt ca. 1900-1930; pieced star blocks on white ground surrounded by pink patterned border stripes and pink outer border, edged with green banding and backed with white fabric, 88"x 78"

    Sold For 100.00

    415. Pieced block on point quilt ca. 1840; block on point pieced quilt in brown printed cottons on a white ground with a white back and brown printed cotton edging, 84"x 74"

    Sold For 100.00

    416. Pieced block pattern quilt ca. 1900-1930; alternating pieced block on point solid wool and cotton fabrics decorated with feather stitching, red and black border and a green and orange back, 78"x 76"

     Sold For 120.00

    417. Irish chain pattern quilt ca. 1840-1860; blue and white printed blocks pieced on a white ground in Irish Chain pattern with sawtooth border edge and backed with white cotton, 88"x 65"

    Sold For 100.00

    418. 7 cotton stenciled feed bags ca. 1880-1910; feed bags stenciled "H.W. Metzler" in black on one side of bag and opposing side stenciled in brown with an eagle top stencil of Metzheim Farms and various stripe color accent, 19"x 39"

     Sold For 70.00

    419. 3 various antique cloth mats ca. 1930-1990; late purple and brown braided round chair mat, 10 1/2"d; vintage oval braided rag hot pad with brown, pink and tan colors, 13 1/2"x 8 1/2"; crocheted oval tan and brown color table mat, 14 1/4"x 9"

    Sold For 65.00

    420. Nicole Freres 8 tune cylinder box ca. 1880; in a rosewood grained inlaid case, 20"x 5"x 6 1/2"

    Sold For 260.00

    421. Cylinder music box  ca. 1880; twelve tune box in an inlaid and rosewood grained case with tune sheet under lid, 19 3/4"x 6 1/2"x 5"

    Sold For 290.00

    422. Walter Steely combback arm chair ca. 1940-1960; traditionally made combback with curved top volute ears over a nine spindle back with curved flat arms, saddle seat and blunt arrow feet with bulbous cross-stretcher, 28"x 18 1/2"x 45"

    Sold For 1,650.00

    423. Blanket chest ca. 1810; salmon painted chest in pine wood, lid opening to interior with left hand till, strap hinges and grab lock all resting on ogee bracket feet [Provenance: Purchased at a Leininger family estate auction in Spring Twp., Berks, Co, PA] 47"x 20 1/2"x 25"

    Sold For 210.00

    424. Sheraton high chest of drawers ca. 1815; cherry with a cove molded top over three drawers over two drawers over four larger drawers with recessed sides, nicely shaped skirt and resting on turned legs [Provenance: Purchased by the current owners at Renninger’s Antique Market in the early 1970s]  43 1/2"x 21 1/2"x 67 1/2"

    Sold For 725.00

    425. R. Drew Lausch set of 6 fan back Windsor side chairs ca. 1960-1990; curved back chairs with seven spindles and turned side supports, volute carved ears, saddle seat resting on blunt arrow feet with H stretcher base and each chair signed "R.D.L.", 18"x 16"x 36"

    Sold For 800.00

    426. Sheraton chest of drawers ca. 1815; mixed wood chest with cherry and crotch cherry on upper drawers and tiger maple trim around top, three over four drawers flanked by reeded front sides, recessed side panels and brass pulls on turned legs, 45"x 21 1/2"x 51"

     Sold For 1,500.00

    427. Paint decorated blanket chest ca. 1825; pine with red paint decoration, lid opening to the interior with left side till, case front with simulated crotch mahogany with simulated line inlay surrounding, all on bold turned feet, 47"x 21 1/2"x 27 1/2"

    Sold For 425.00

    428. Cherry Dutch cupboard ca. 1825; two-piece cupboard with a cove molded top over two doors with eighteen lights surrounded by decorative incised lines opening to grooved shelving with spoon holders over the base with three drawers over two doors surrounded by similar incising on black painted turned feet, [Provenance: Thought to be made by a Bowmansville, Brecknock Twp., PA, who produced a number of similar cupboards.  Purchased by the current owner at Black Angus over 30 years ago] 63"x 20 1/2"x 90 1/2"

     Sold For 2,000.00

    429. Painted stand ca. 1810; pine with a reddish paint, rectangular top and splayed legs, 20 1/2"x 19 1/2"x 24"

    Sold For 55.00

    430. Blanket chest ca. 1830; pine wood in red paint with painted crotch wood visible under surface crazing, left side till, butt hinges, keeper and lock, recessed sides and resting on short turned feet, 37 1/2"x 18"x 20 1/2"

    Sold For 140.00

    431. Rare American cherry library steps ca. 1880; in cherry with three pull out steps under the rectangular top in mortised and tenon construction [Provenance: Purchased at the Lancaster County Antique Show in the 1970s] 18"x 16"x 39"

    Sold For 400.00

    432. Sheraton chest of drawers ca. 1820; in cherry with three over three drawers with brass pulls, recessed sides and nicely shaped apron on turned legs, 40 1/2"x 20"x 45 1/2"

     Sold For 200.00

    433. Blanket chest ca. 1840; in pine with the dark painted lid opening to an interior with left side till, butt hinges and lock, chest with recessed side panels and three recessed front panels in an ochre, feather grained paint, all on four turned legs, 35"x 17"x 18"

     Sold For 575.00

    434. Elizabethan Court cupboard ca. 1700; two-piece mahogany cupboard with rectangular top over a single carved drawer supported by bold carved columns in front and carved figures at rear over two carved doors over the carved base with two doors, 54"x 23"x 48"

    Sold For 425.00

    435. Farm table ca. 1800; poplar table with top secured by pins into battens over two drawers on cylindrical legs with round padded feet, 66"x 35 1/2"x 30"

    Sold For 375.00

    436. Assembled set of 6 bow back Windsor side chairs ca. 1800; all with seven to nine spindle backs, five with bamboo turned legs, all with H stretcher bases and refinished to give similar appearance, 15"x 16"x 39"

    Sold For 260.00

    437. Walnut blanket chest ca. 1800; with the lid opening to the interior with right side till, strap hinges, grab lock with keeper over three drawers resting on straight bracket feet, 50"x 22 1/2"x 33"

    Sold For 325.00

    438. Chip carved wafer print ca. 1700-1800s; press print with chip carved sunburst design, geometric center and a two elongated press handle, 3"d, 10 1/2"x 2 1/2"

    Sold For 180.00

    439. Cherokee basket ca. 1900-1930; having a single drawn work handle continuing to main slat on bottom of basket with flat bottom herringbone weave and square corners, webbing with colorized pattern in green honeysuckle accent, rim with double weave stepped down lid and traditional over two, under two weave, 10"x 10" base, 11"d, 12 1/2"h

     Sold For 60.00

    440. 2 folk art fish decoys ca. unknown; carved and paint decorated spotted rainbow trout with yellow milk paint and red accent paint fins cut from old tin cans with painted eyes and screw used for weight, 9"x 2 1/2"x 1 3/4"; striped bass straight body decoy with yellow paint and red paint banding having star pin eyes and fins made from old tin cans, 10 1/2"x 2 1/2"x 2 1/2"

    Sold For 200.00

    441. Heavy grain milling mortar & pestle  ca. 1800-1900s; tribal grain milling mortar and pestle with the mortar hand carved from unspecified hardwood with shallow bowl and accent bands at center recessal band, turned maple round bottom pestle with ball top handle, 10 1/2"d, 12 1/2"h

    Sold For 90.00

    442. Hand hewn & carved trencher ca. 1700-1740; early make-do trencher hand hewn from a walnut log with carved grips at ends of trencher, 25 1/2"x 13 1/2"x 5 1/2"

    Sold For 210.00

    443. 2 small oak splint baskets ca. 1800-1900s; melon shaped child's egg basket with wrapped single band rim and wrapped handle, 6 3/4"d, 6"h; trinket basket with peaked canter to flat bottom, shallow round shape with two ear handles and rim with cross over wrap, 8 3/4"d, 4"h

     Sold For 140.00

    444. 2 folk art fish decoys ca. 1920-1990; signed D.M. Ladows comical long fish decoy with red and black crackle glaze paint and white accent mouth and spots, metal fins and push pin eyes, 15"x 3"; colorful fish decoy with long narrow body, black bottom and red upper body with yellow accent, push pin star eyes and painted aluminum fins, 10 1/2"x 2"

    Sold For 240.00

    445. 10 assorted wooden tops ca. 1900-present; Victorian style squat shaped top with string bobbin top, 2 1/4"d; eight assorted small turned tops with metal tips and colorful paint accent, 1 1/2"- 2 1/4"d; large turnip shaped top with green paint and colorful bands, 3 1/2"x 6 3/4"

    Sold For 80.00

    446. Oval kitchen chopping trencher ca. 1830-1880; hand hewn cherry oval trencher with rectangular grasps on ends, 19"x 9 3/4"x 3 1/4"

    Sold For 270.00

    447. Child's grain painted table ca. 1850-1870; Sheraton style table with turned legs in wooden pin mortised construction with faux mahogany decoration, salmon base paint, black brush stroke grain and red and green line accent paint, 17 3/4"x 13 1/2"x 13"

    Sold For 110.00

    448. Large ash splint field basket  ca. 1880; melon shaped basket with heavy drawn and steam bent handle, flat broad shaped slats and broad webbing, heavy stock rim with flat cross-over weave and two runner slats on base, 16 1/2"d, 15"h

    Sold For 65.00

    449. Gray painted pantry box ca. 1860; steam bent oak band box in gray milk paint with softwood lid and bottom, square flat lap joint and wire handle, 11 1/2"d, 6 3/4"h

    Sold For 350.00

    450. 2 painted pantry boxes ca. 1830-1870; medium steam bent ash band box in blue paint with softwood lid and bottom and square flat taper joint with iron tacks, 10"d, 5"h; red painted large band box with oak splint steam bent side and band on lid and lid and bottom in pine, 10 1/2"d, 5 3/4"h

    Sold For 350.00

    451. Black painted pantry box ca. 1830; steam bent ash band box with band on softwood lid and bottom, flat overlay lap with square joint, early black crackled glaze surface and bottom and lid affixed with wooden pins, 10 1/4"d, 5 3/4"h

    Sold For 130.00

    452. Shaker style blue painted pantry box  ca. 1830-1860; swallow tail joint on steam bent ash splint box in light blue milk paint with linseed oil having the band of lid with iron tack nails and the lid and bottom affixed with square pegs, 7"d, 2 3/4"h

    Sold For 375.00

    453. Red painted pantry box ca. 1840; steam bent round oak box in red milk paint with steam bent ash handle, flat tapered lap nailed with copper nails and lid and bottom affixed with wooden pegs, 11 1/2"d, 6 1/4"h

    Sold For 260.00

    454. Blue painted pantry box ca. 1840; tin wall round box in light navy blue and linseed oil paint with steam bent ash side and rim of lid, square flat lap joint with copper nails and lid and base wooden pinned to bands, 7 1/2"d, 3 3/4"h

    Sold For 170.00

    455. Green painted pantry box ca. 1860; steam bent oak box in dark forest green paint with softwood lid and base affixed by iron nails, wooden grasp wire handle on cup mounts and a square flat overlay joint with many iron nails, 11 1/2"d, 6 1/2"h

    Sold For 290.00

    456. Green painted pantry box ca. 1830; steam bent hardwood box and band of rim with softwood lid and base affixed with wooden pins, square flat overlay lap with iron nails, box joint rows of iron tacks and lid interior signed "Lila Hunston", 9 3/4"d, 4 1/2"h

    Sold For 95.00

    457. Red painted tool tray ca. 1850; dovetailed carpenter's tool tray finished with red milk paint having sloped sides, center divided tote handle on later make-do two drawer base with small brass knob pulls, 27"x 14 1/4"x 11 1/2"

    Sold For 300.00

    458. Decorative wrought iron pony collar  ca. 1800-1830; strap style decorative pony collar with hasp cylinder style latch, 2" wide strap with tool decoration and brass heart cut-outs, applied rivets and hasp in shape of collar cylinder lock, 2"x 12 3/4"x 6 3/4"

    Sold For 160.00

    459. Lightning arrester globe & brass hand bell ca. 1840-1890; purple colored diamond quilted pattern arrester globe for barn lightning rod, 5"d, 5 1/2"h; brass schoolmaster's bell with fine turned rosewood handle, 4 1/4"d, 8 1/4"h

    Sold For 35.00

    460. 2 footstools ca. 1800s; splayed leg mortise footstool with brown paint, bead molded legs, apron and top and half round tombstone ends, 18 1/2"x 7 3/4"x 8 1/2"; Windsor style footstool with bamboo turned legs, rod braces and modern cloth web covered top, 13"x 10"x 8 3/4"

    Sold For 30.00

    461. Early pressed tin horse weathervane ca. 1880; press molded two-part "running horse" weathervane with partial open mouth, embossed eyes, erect ears and tail, front hoof wire shaft and vane sitting on a piece of old fence post, 9 1/2"x 1"x 7 3/4"

    Sold For 85.00

    462. Duck decoy & walnut footstool ca. 1900-1960; walnut footstool with round molded and tapered legs mortise and tenon apron affixed to a rounded corner top, 12 1/4"x 8 1/2"x 7"; working green-winged teal full-size decoy with flat bottom branded "Bayard", keel weight marked "SW", leather strap tie and head painted brown with slight golden eyes, 18 1/2"x 6 1/2"x 8 1/4"

    Sold For 375.00

    463. Sewing chest ca. 1875 dated; mahogany coffin lid sewing chest with rosewood veneer and grain paint accent panels, intricately made with half blind dovetail joint, lid with rectangular rosewood inlay and banded with yellow grain paint, sides and front with same accent as lid, interior of lid has three tombstone arches with center having a vanity mirror and sides with burl walnut veneer, three compartments, two lift out trays and inscription under interior tray reading "Presented to Kay Lehman by Ernst Norris, Little York", 13"x 8"x 6" Additional Photo

    Sold For 75.00

    464. 3 household primitives ca. 1840-1870; small grain painted Sheraton style softwood trinket box with rosewood faux graining and gold leaf accent paint with the interior of the lid having a paper label "EK Plank, Joanria, PA", 6"x 3 3/4"x 2 1/2"; English brass candle snuffer with small ball feet, 6"x 2"x 1 1/2"; black toleware tray with floral stencil decoration and oak leaf border, 12"x 8 3/4"x 3/4"

    Sold For 30.00

    465. 2 wooden primitives ca. 1700-1800s; carved log stomper with carved and tapered drawn work handle, 5 3/4"d, 27 1/2"l; unknown display barrel turned from a walnut log with decorative bands and red accent paint, 13"d, 18 1/2"h

    Sold For 160.00

    466. Small English pewter dish ca. 1785; small English pewter dish with touch "B&P"/ "London", Bush & Perkins/ Bristol, UK, 4"d

    Sold For 80.00

    467. 1714 Schasshausen song book ca. 1714; two books bound into one with small format tooled leather binding with brass accent to corners and diamond center: first book featuring the book of Psalms with musical staves and notation; second book with title page printed by Johan Adam Zieg in Schasshausen, Switzerland featuring a translated hymnal of praise for church and home, 5 1/4"x 2 3/4"x 3" overall

    Sold For 170.00

    468. 1711 Halle German imprint  ca. 1711; German imprint of Johann Porsts "Compendium Theologie Viatorum & Regenitorum Practice oder die Goettliche Fuhrung der Seelen und Wachsthum" with the title page having a fancy frontise of six vignettes, Metger family history, birth records from 1769-1810 and dialog partially translated by John Henry Hoffmeier, 4 1/2"x 2 1/2"x 7 1/4"

    Sold For 160.00

    469. Bridgen's Atlas of Lancaster Co., Penna. ca. 1864; large atlas format with individual maps of each township of Lancaster County published by D.S. Barre, Lancaster, PA with linen binding and wallpaper covered hardboard cover with a leather patch for the title, 16 1/2"x 3/4"x 16"

    Sold For 210.00

    470. Group of English Staffordshire blue spatter ca. 1880; English Staffordshire ironstone blue stick spatter in Amish Snowflake pattern: pair of handleless cups and saucers; side plate and three luncheon plates

    Sold For 80.00

    471. 3 English Staffordshire pitchers ca. 1890-1915; English Staffordshire molded earthenware tapered side pitchers: small pitcher with rim and foot bands of five petaled flowerets of copper lustre detailing on cobalt, two mid-section motifs of cobalt stylized flowers and foliage with copper lustre over lay and brown ink back stamp "Charles Allerton & Sons/England"; pitcher with red and yellow apples on a branch with copper lustre and cobalt outlining on both sides with green ink back stamp "Allertons/England"; pitcher with cobalt outlined Scottish thistle designs

    Sold For 70.00

    472. Group of English Staffordshire "Plum" stick spatter ca. 1900; stick spatter with green basket weave border, black ink back stamp "Wm Adams & Co/Estab'd 1657/ Tunstall/ England" and registration mark: sauce dish; handled cup and saucer; two dinner plates; two shallow bowls

    Sold For 120.00

    473. Group of Belgian stick spatter earthenware ca. 1900-1930; stick spatter earthenware with brushed motifs: two deep dishes with three clusters of blue stick spatter flowerets, green, red and yellow floral brush work with one having black stick spatter floral stems border and other with green and red sawtooth border and black ink back stamp "Manufacture Imperiale et Royale/ NIMY/ Fabrication Belge/ Made in Belgium", 7 1/2"d; five deep dishes in the above pattern, 11"d

    Sold For 140.00

    474. Group of English Staffordshire flow blue ca. 1900-1930; two similar luncheon plates of eleven club devices joined by loops enclosing a ring with five pendants or six clubs all within a balustrade border with back stamp and impressed mark; dinner plate with fleur-de-lis motif, back stamp and registration mark; two mixing bowls with exterior design of clubs joined by loops under a balustrade border and interior designs of ring with pendants; one bowl with back stamp and exterior design of clubs joined by loops under a balustrade border and interior design of a ring with four pendants

    Sold For 75.00

    475. Group of flow blue Maestricht items   ca. 1900-1930; earthenware with brushed and stick spatter decoration: six luncheon plates with central flower surrounded by three clusters of stick spatter flowerets and a border of stick spatter floral stems and black ink back stamp "Petrus Regout & Co/Maastricht/ Made in Holland"; three matching various sized handled cups and saucers with above Regout back stamp or "Societe Ceramique/Maestricht" back stamp; open round squat sugar and bulbous creamer both decorated by a band of brushed flowers, buds and leaves

    Sold For 30.00

    476. Group of flow blue Maestricht items   ca. 1900-1930; earthenware with brushed and stick spatter decorative elements: three bright blue dinner plates with central flower surrounded by three clusters of stick spatter flowerets and a border of stick spatter floral stems and black ink back stamp "Societe Ceramique/ Maestricht/ Made in Holland"; pair of cheese plates of above description; pair of side plates of above description with back stamp "Petrus Regout & Co/ Maestricht/ Made in Holland"; two small bowls with exterior design of three clusters of stick spatter and an interior design of the same cluster of stick spatter flowerets and a border of stick spatter floral items, one bowl with black ink back stamp "Societe Ceramique/ Maastricht/ Made in Holland"; mixing bowl of the above description; small bowl with an exterior band of brushed flower, buds and leaves and interior design of stick spatter leafage and the same motif on rim border

    Sold For 80.00

    477. Group of flow blue Maestricht items ca. 1900-1930; earthenware items with brushed flower, bud and leaf motifs: pair of luncheon plates with black ink back stamp "Societe Ceramique/ Maestricht/ Made in Holland"; seven cheese dishes with one having a black ink back stamp "Petrus Regout & Co/ Maastricht/ Made in Holland"; twelve-sided side plate with brushed flower and foliage motif; six sauce dishes with brushed flower, bud and leaf motifs and black ink back stamp "Petrus Regout & Co/ Maastricht/ Made in Holland"

    Sold For 90.00

    478. 3 English Staffordshire Late Adams Rose platters ca. 1860-1930; oval platters in Late Adams Rose pattern with black ink back stamp "Royal Arms" and "Staffordshire/England" or "England" and impressed George Jones and Sons Crescent Pottery marks

     Sold For 25.00

    479. 11 English Staffordshire Late Adams Rose bowls ca. 1860-1930; earthenware bowls with black ink back stamp of Royal Arms and "Staffordshire/England" or "England" and one impressed Geo Jones, Crescent Pottery mark, 4 3/4"- 6 1/4"d

    Sold For 90.00

    480. 3 English Staffordshire Late Adams Rose platters ca. 1860-1930; oval platters in Late Adams Rose pattern with black ink back stamp "Royal Arms" and "Staffordshire/England" or "England" and impressed George Jones and Sons Crescent Pottery marks

    Sold For 70.00

    481. 10 English Staffordshire Late Adams Rose open vegetables ca. 1860-1930; earthenware oval open vegetables in Late Adams Rose pattern with black ink back stamp of "Royal Arms" and "Staffordshire/ England" or "England" and impressed George Jones Crescent Pottery marks

    Sold For 80.00

    482. Group of English Staffordshire Late Adams Rose items ca. 1860-1930; earthenware in Late Adams Rose pattern with black ink back stamp with Royal Arms and "Staffordshire/England" or "England" and impressed George Jones Crescent Pottery marks: eight handleless cups and saucers; seven cheese plates with above markings; eight luncheon plates with above markings

    Sold For 220.00

    483. 5 blue sponge pitchers & creamers ca. 1860-1930; three round base bulbous pitchers with molded scrollwork and floral rims; two oval base bulbous creamers

    Sold For 90.00

    484. 5 blue sponge bowls  ca. 1860-1930; blue sponge earthenware bowls: four similar tapered sided bowls; one bowl with eight exterior molded arches

    Sold For 30.00

    485. 6 blue sponge pitchers ca. 1860-1930; pair of oval fluted side pitchers, 6"x 6 1/2"; bulbous oval base pitcher with four molded ribs and acanthus leaf on top of handle, 5"x 6 1/4"; small bulbous pitcher with round base, 4 1/2"d; bulbous round base pitcher with shallow ribs, 6"d; bulbous round base pitcher with four shallow ribs, 6"d

    Sold For 140.00

    486. 7 blue sponge shallow bowls ca. 1860-1930; earthenware molded shallow bowls: round bowl with fluted interior and scalloped rim, 8 1/4"d; round bowl with scalloped rim, 8"d; round bowl with multi-ribbed exterior, 7 1/2"d; oval with slightly scalloped rim, 6 3/4"x 8 3/4"; two similar lobbed oval bowl, 6 1/4"x 9" & 6 1/2"x 9 1/4"; smaller lobbed oval bowl, 5 3/4"x 8 1/4"

    Sold For 55.00

    487. 7 blue sponge platters ca. 1860-1930; earthenware molded platters: one slightly bowed rectangular platter; lobbed oval form; oval; lobbed oval form; three similar lobbed oval platters

    Sold For 75.00

    488. 2 Wyandotte pressed steel toy airplanes ca. 1930s; two orange wing mono-wing airplanes with black fuselage and yellow wheels with two variant sizes based on lockheed vega mono-wings, 12 1/4"x 18"x 4" & 7"x 10"x 2 1/4"

     Sold For 110.00

    489. Marx pressed steel concrete mixer ca. 1960s; mechanical hand crank drum mixer on four hard rubber wheels with cream and green painted drum and chute, dark green painted trailer and frame, yellow drum band and original label decals, 9 1/2"x 10"x 8"

     Sold For 50.00

    490. Marx pressed steel power grader ca. 1960-1970s; orange painted cab road grader with original decal toy on hard plastic wheels, adjustable blade and steering wheel behind cab controls steering axel, 16 3/4"x 6 1/2"x 7 1/4"

    Sold For 30.00

    491. 2 cast papier mache cat candle lanterns ca. 1950s; cast pulp "cat on the fence" design to hold a small candle for Halloween with open eyes, mouth and rear access: one in black paint with orange accent and one in orange paint with black accent, 6 1/2"x 6"x 7 3/4" each

    Sold For 110.00

    492. Marx wind-up climbing tractor ca. 1960s; gray and red lithograph pressed tin #5 wind-up tractor with rubber crawler tread in green, yellow and orange printed original box, 8 1/2"x 4 3/4"x 5"

    Sold For 75.00

    493. Seated cat doorstop  ca. 1910-1920s; Hubley #38 model of a cat on pillow with ribbon near right ear and original white overpainted with brass radiator paint, 6"x 2"x 8"

    Sold For 30.00

    494. 2 Hubley horse bookends ca. 1950-1960s; chestnut mare and foals with black tails and manes, white socks on front feet and muzzle accent and mounted on chamfered mahogany blocks, 8"x 3 1/2"x 6"

    Sold For 55.00

    495. 4 Hubley Setter dog figures ca. 1950s; pair of Setter dog figures #363 bookends with English Setter color on an iron base, 8"x 2"x 5"; Setter dog paperweights #367 with English Setter color, 4 1/2"x 2 1/2"

    Sold For 100.00

    496. German chicken coop squeak toy ca. 1900; 1 1/2 story coop with hinged door, spring loaded chicken with feathers and glass eyes that swings and activates bellows-type squeaker, top coop with Japanese composition chicken and roof with wallpaper covering, 6 1/2"x 4"x 6 1/2"

    Sold For 35.00

    497. 3 small German splint animal toys ca. 1900s; small composition on stick mallard hen with paint decoration, 4"x 1 3/4"x 4"; Putz type wooden horse with two-wheel stone/coal wagon having wooden wheels and brown painted horse, 6 3/4"x 2 1/2"x 2 1/2"; Putz type dapple gray composition body horse on cart with splint hay wagon line with shavings, 3 1/2"x 2"x 2 1/2"

    Sold For 25.00

    498. Easter pull toy ca. 1930s; marked German composition white rabbit with split leg and erect paper ears pulling a two-wheel splint hay cart with three cotton ball peeps, 7 3/4"x 2 3/4"x 4 1/2"

    Sold For 85.00

    499. German Putz type chicken yard ca. 1900-1920; twig in slat base yard with four paint decorated composition chickens with a twisted wire tree in the yard, 6 3/4"x 3 1/4"x 4"

    Sold For 50.00

    500. 5 Putz type toys ca. 1900-1950; composition on splint pull toy gray horse on tin wheels, 6"x 1 3/4"x 6 1/4"; peg and composition dancing German couple with wire swing joints and dressed in traditional garb, 3 1/4"h; late Italian composition ducks on lead legs, 1 1/2"- 2 1/2"h

    Sold For 40.00

    501. Miniature cranberry satin glass lamp ca. 1880-1900; embossed beaded drape design lamp in cranberry satin glass with matched shade and font, nutmeg burner and clear chimney, 5"d, 10 1/2"h

     Sold For 45.00

    502. EM & Co. vestal student lamp ca. 1890-1910; Edward Miller & Co model #2 VC vestal lamp with single arm burner, kerosene tank, burner slide height, 10" collar lamp, 10"d butterscotch color shade and a clear chimney, 16"x 11"x 27 1/2"

    Sold For 200.00

    503. 2 brass lamps ca. 1900+; Rayo pedestal base lamp with three arm shade stand and milk glass collar top shade, 9 3/4"d, 10"h lamp, 6 3/4"d, 12"h shade; pedestal based lamp with three arm shade stand and milk glass collar top shade, 10"d, 10"h lamp, 6 1/2"d, 12"h shade

    Sold For 45.00

    504. Aladdin table lamp ca. 1920; nickel plated pedestal base font with three arm shade rest and emerald on milk glass narrow ribbed shade, 6 3/4"d, 12"h lamp; 10 1/2"d, 6 1/2"h shade

     Sold For 30.00

    505. Chippendale mirror ca. 1780; horizontally oriented mirror in mahogany and mahogany veneer with nicely cut out top with crotch mahogany veneer, side ears top and bottom and lined with gold molding, 34"x 30 1/2"

    Sold For 55.00

    506. Checkerboard ca. 1860; reverse painted glass using black, gold and mother of pearl in a walnut frame, 23 1/2" square

    Sold For 70.00

    507. 16 block appliqued floral pattern quilt ca. 1840-1860; red and orange floral pattern with tan leaves, steam and top ornament surrounded by a tan border with quilting following the floral pattern, cross stitched ground and cable outer border stitching and white back turned to front and machine stitched around edges, 80"x 80"

    Sold For 110.00

    508. 9 block pattern quilt ca. 1900-1930; nine block pattern floral quilt with single red blocks, yellow print ground and borders, striped red, yellow and purple printed cotton backing, front edge turned to back as edging and quilting following the design of the quilt, 88"x 88"

    Sold For 130.00

    509. 16 block appliqued floral wreath pattern quilt ca. 1840-1860; green, tan and orange floral blocks appliqued on a white ground surrounded by a tan inner border, floral and leaf pattern quilting throughout, white cotton back and front turned to back as edging, 80"x 78"

    Sold For 130.00

    510. Block on point pattern quilt   ca. 1860-1890; twenty-four block pink and green print squares surrounded by pink and blue print cotton blocks bordered with the same blue cotton print and front edge turned to back, 80"x 80"

    Sold For 100.00

    511. 20 block floral appliqued quilt ca. 1840-1860; pieced and appliqued floral blocks of red and green plants surrounded by floral pieced and appliqued borders, quilted and in cross block pattern with applied red and green edging and a plain white back, 82"x 66"

    Sold For 110.00

    512. Geometric pieced cotton quilt ca. 1875; block on point pattern quilt with red and blue printed triangles alternating with green printed blocks on point surrounded by red and green borders with a brown printed cotton back, 82"x 78"

    Sold For 120.00

    513. 36 block on point pieced quilt ca. 1860-1890; blocks on point consisting of brown, purple and green printed fabrics with blue and tan printed ground, alternating blocks are red and white stripes and checkered squares with a green printed border turned to back and straight-line quilting throughout the quilt, 76"x 74"

    Sold For 110.00

    514. Saw buck table ca. 1925; made by the Charak Furniture Co., Boston, Mass. in cherry with medial stretcher and lower stretchers on legs and partial label under top, 66"x 29 1/2"x 28"

     Sold For 140.00

    515. Slant front desk ca. 1800; mahogany with the slant lid opening to a drawer and pigeon hole interior with brass hinges and lock over four drawers and original bale pulls on original straight bracket feet, 42"x 22"x 42 1/2"

    Sold For 270.00

    516. Banister back arm chair ca. 1760; concave top supported by four banisters flanked by finial topped turned side columns, rush seat over the sausage turned front stretchers, 22 1/2"x 19"x 42 1/2"

    Sold For 270.00

    517. Farm table ca. 1840; rectangular top held with pegs and battens over two convex drawers with wood pulls on bold turned cylindrical legs, 54 1/2"x 34 1/2"x 29 1/2"

    Sold For 270.00

    518. 2 drawer dropleaf stand ca. 1825; mahogany with two drawers and two drop leaves resting on turned legs, 17"x 18 1/2"x 28"

    Sold For 350.00

    519. Oak hanging corner cabinet  ca. 1820; oak and quarter sawn oak with pine secondary woods, single door with two molded recessed panels opening to curved shelving, all surrounded by picture frame molding, 34"x 24"x 44 1/2"

    Sold For 160.00

    520. Apple butter kettle with utensils ca. 1850; copper apple butter kettle in dovetailed construction with band around base, 38"x 33"x 21" along with an apple butter copper strainer, 11"x 66"; copper scoop, 10 1/2"x 60" and burled wood scoop, 12"x 54"

    Sold For 500.00

    521. Painted blanket chest ca. 1825; in pine with dovetailed construction, feather grained red paint, top opening to an interior with left side till, keeper, lock and large urn butt hinges, all resting on turned bulbous feet, 41"x 22"x 24"

    Sold For 170.00

    522. 2 piece Brainerd & Armstrong spool cabinet ca. 1890; molded top with half circle molding above the case with thirty-eight glass front drawers, center mirrored door over a one drawer base, in the Eastlake style, 47"x 23"x 78 1/2"

    Sold For 3,600.00

    523. Blanket chest ca. 1800; in pine with the top opening to interior with keeper and lock, snipe hinges and outer surface in sponge decorated paint, 49"x 20 1/2"x 21"

    Sold For 50.00

    524. Built in wall cupboard ca. 1810; picture frame molded cupboard surrounding one door with raised center panel and shelved interior, all in old blue paint, 34"x 15"x 41 1/2"

    Sold For 400.00

    525. 6 leg dropleaf table ca. 1780; in mahogany with pegged construction, swing out legs to support leaves all resting on straight Chippendale legs, 44"x 21"x 28 1/2"

    Sold For 85.00

    526. Painted plant stand   ca. 1900; in green paint with three semi-circular shelves on straight board feet, 32"x 21"x 37"

    Sold For 85.00

    527. Painted stand ca. 1820; in poplar with pegged construction, green paint and square top over tapering legs, 18"x 16"x 27 1/2"

    Sold For 140.00

    528. Blanket chest ca. 1770; in chestnut with the top opening to an interior with left side till, strap hinges, keeper and grab lock, dovetailed chest with shoe feet and large iron bale handles on each side and retains the original key, 51"x 22 1/2"x 22 1/2"

     Sold For 250.00

    529. Corner cupboard ca. 1830; two-piece case in cherry with a red wash and smoke decorated door mullions, molded top over a single door with twelve lights over the base, two doors with wood pulls and resting on four turned front legs, [Provenance: thought to be made in Bowmansville, Brecknock Twp., Lanc. Co., PA; Purchased by the current owner over 30 years ago from Lancaster Co. antiques dealers Pat and Gene Kern] 43"x 32"x 83 1/2"

    Sold For 1,000.00