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*Carved Eagle with Shield

*Boldly Graphic Double Sided 6-Color Parcheesi Gameboard pictured in Chamber's The Art of the Game, (Plate #72)


Susan Masson, Mrs. Mary Dobel's Seminary, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts ,1805

Taghkanic Friendship Baskets
Gray Paint - 8-3/4" diameter
Natural - 12" diameter


Folk Portrait of a Young Woman in Black Dress Holding a Book
Anonymous, American School
Oil on Canvas,
Period Corner Block Frame



Portrait, Young Girl, Oil on Canvas attributed to Horace Bundy
Dimensions:  27.75 by 22.5" sight-size and 34 7/8 by 29.75" with frame,

19th C. Gamecock Weathervane


Elizabeth Lindy, Mrs. Armstrong's School, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1802






 *Watercolor and Pencil Bust Profile Portrait of Miss Milby att: Rufus Porter,
circa 1820






* Wrought Iron Hanging Rack with 4 Hooks





*Shank" Type Skewer Holder with 8 Skewers




*Folk Art Carved and Gilded Eagle, circa 1900


Oil on Canvas of the Stern Wheeeler Alice, the vessel that hauled the first Gold out of Dawson in June, 1897 during the Alaska Gold Rush





*Shaker Brush made of Screaming Tiger Maple with Horsehair Bristles.  Rare! Quite possibly the only one extant.  Made for use in their community and labeled 10, for the room in which it was used.





RARE Hollow Cut and Watercolor Silhouette
Puffy Sleeve Artist
       (active 1830 - 1831)
Sitter identified as Mary Nutting Holden



*Straight Arm Skewer Set with Diamond Shaped Hanger





*Ohio Sampler - Mary Barber, Waynesville School,
Warren County, Ohio, 1832






* Rare little Poplar Painted Red, Yellow and Green Spice Cup . . . a mere 2.75 inches high. (4 inches high with the lid). Names Elizabeth Sheely and dated 1859. 




*Greater Yellowlegs Shorebird Decoy, George Boyd, Seabrook, NH, Circa 1910


Full Length Watercolor Portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver of Watertown, New York, c.1860

Anniversary Tin Top Hat with Copper Band

Tiger Maple Cutlery Box


Watercolor Portrait of Two Sisters
American School
Circa 1815 -1820



Rig-Mate Flatties - Set of 6
Exceptionally rare to find a complete set of working shorebird decoys!
Long Island, Circa 1900



Watercolor Portraits of Two Sisters

Pair of Elegant 5-Light Tin Candle Sconces




*American Painted Tin Trunk, Oliver Filley Shop, CT.






*Not your ordinary Chair but a RARE PAIR of Ladderback Loom or Weaver's Chairs. They stand 38" high with the seat 23-1/2" from the floor.  They are the perfect size to pull up to a counter in your Country Kitchen or use at a Stand-Up Desk.





*18th Century Maple Burl Footstool






 * Portrait Miniature of a very handsome gent, c. 1830





* Treen Utility or Work Bowl of an impressive size . . . 16-1/2 - 17 1/4 inches in diameter. Wonderful Robins Egg Blue Paint.  Exceptional condition.






*Sampler by Electa Russell, Deerfield White Dove School, Deerfield, Franklin, Massachusetts, 1806






 *Trencher in the best Soldier Blue Paint.  Exceptional condition.




*Schoolgirl Watercolor Drawing of an Owl. Watercolor Wash and Ink on Laid Paper, c. 1780 - 1810




*Folk Art Box with Polychrome Lid of Fruit carved from a single piece of wood.
All original and certainly wonderful.

















*Tinsel Picture of a Vase of Flowers



*Oil on Canvas, Cape Neddick (Nubble Light) Lighthouse, York, Maine





*Miniature Redware Jug.  Click HERE to see our other Redware.






*American mid 19th century Folk Art Oil on Canvas of a rural farm scene with the Lilac Trees in bloom.






*Stone Mushroom - RARE! 



Portrait of Two Sisters
American School
Oil on Pine Panel
Circa 1820







*Tinsel Picture in excellent condition. Strong Composition and unusual color palate







*Engraved Black Powder Horn







*Small Cooper-Made Water Bucket.  One of the smallest of this form we have owned.








*American Tin Chandelier




*South Eastern Pennsylvania Paint Decorated Hanging Box with Sliding Lid and Relief-carved Distlefink. Wonderful Folk Art!






*RARE Willet Shorebird,
    Branded E. P. Smith, North Shore Massachusetts, circa 1890










*Sand Glass/Timer in Green Painted Tin Case




*Huge, and I do mean HUGE Chalkware Apricot.  This one is really FUN!






*Chalkware Poodle, c. 1840





*Fabulous Wood Candle Lantern in Original Apple Green Paint.  Wonderful!




*Chip Carved Trinket or Dresser Box




*Pair of Double Sheaved Ivory Blocks with original Rope Wrap.  Rarely encountered outside of Maritime Museum Collections




*Scrimshaw Sugar Tongs made of Whale Ivory and Tortoiseshell.  RARE!




*Very Fine Scrimshaw Cutlery Tray - Mahogany with Whalebone Handle and Trim




*Scrimshaw Knitting Needles made of Whalebone, Baleen, Whale Ivory and Exotic Wood




*19th C. Anniversary Tin Bell, Knife and Fork



*Graduated Set of French Pewter Measures






* 18th Century Wrought Iron Candlestand with Rush Nip Holder and Candle Socket








*Round Tin Wall Sconce, c. 1780-1810




*American Portrait Miniature of a Baby. Att: Mrs. Moses B. Russell 





*Red Painted Leather Covered Dome Top Box with Floral Decoration

*Fancy Paint Decorated Pine Box

New England

Early 19th Century

White pine






*Fabulous Carved Book Box, Initials L.M. and dated 1849.  Interior compartment is lined in red velvet.





*World War 1 Belgium Relief Flour Sack Textile with Watercolor Painting and Embroidery



*Pair of Portrait Miniatures attributed to the DaLee Family, c. 1830-40





 *Document/Trinket Box
in fanciful faux grained mahogany
              New England 
           Circa 1830-1840
              White Pine








*Oil on Canvas of a Riverboat . . . a very pleasing Maine Scene where
the Kennebec River meets the sea in Casco Bay. 


Fancy Paint Decorated Pine Trunk

New England 
Early 19th Century
White Pine


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