Shirley D Quinn Antiques
For the past 34 years I have been actively buying and selling American country antiques. I am presently exhibiting at shows through out New England and exhibit in Thos Barlett Antiques) in Chichester NH.I hope you wil find something interesting in my offerings here -- I am happy to send more pictures and answer any questions you might have. You may return items for a full refund within 3 days of receiving them less the cost of shipping and insurance. I accept personal checks, money orders and paypal.
The green and white bonnet measures about 18 “ in length in the back. It is hand sewn and is in good condition. There is one small mend in the edge. (Very carefully patched). The two green and white aprons hanging with the bonnet are in good condition.
Price: 135 , aprons are 45 each.
24” x 24” archery sign on plywood. It was made by the Cork and Archery Corporation. It was made in USA and is part of a #400 archery set.
Early Shaker dustpan sieve. It measures length 10” x width 7 1/4”. A similar shaped pan is illustrated in David Serette’s book Shaker Smalls #430.
19th century ragdoll in original clothes. She is 18” long with articulated fingers. She has had a couple of faces over the years. She was carefully taken care of. Her brown plaid dress is hand sewn with great attention.
Handsome chrome yellow cutlery box. It measures length 12 1\2” x width 8 1/2” x depth 2 1/2”. There is one small chip in outside corner.
18” Mollye Raggedy Ann doll was made by the Mollye International Doll Co. In 1929 She was well loved and has a small repair next to her eye and a repaired foot. One story is that the Mollye Co was sued by Johnny Gruelle in 1937.
18th century 15”x12” fragment of difficult to find red linsey woolsey without moth damage. It would look very nice on an old wooden table with early candlestick.
21-1/2” wooden train with engine and 2 cars. The trees are for display ideas. There are lots of items that my be used for different holidays. The train has 2 painted wheels and a painted steering wheel.
Sweet 18” rag doll in white dress and pantaloons. She has been well loved and has a mended foot.
Colorful 45 Star American flag in good condition. It became the 45 star flag on July 4, 1896 with the addition of Utah. It measures 21” in length and 12” width. It would continue to be the flag until 1908 when Oklahoma was added.
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