Old South Jersey Glass and Antiques
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The largest jar of this type Ive ever run across. 6 1/4" tall , a wapping 6 1/2" dia. I have a picture of an Indian Queen for size comparison.Deep aqua glass, large tubular pontil. Overall heavy wear on base and high points of the body and typical scratches here and there. This is a rare surviver.
Interesting mid 19th century battle scene drawn with black ink of plain white paper. The frame could be the original.Color is sharp and crisp this must have been kept out of the sunlight. Sight size is 7-1/8" x 8-3/4", framed 9-1/2" x 11".
Rare and desirable miniature water color circa 1860s of a Union Civil War soldier. Aprox. 3 1/2" high x 2 7/8" framed, actual size is 2 1/2" x 1 3/4" Missing the little ring that it would have hung from.
Neat American Civil War double sided Maple Sugar candy Mold. A soldier one side and lady Liberty on the other or is she a native American ?. 4 7/8" x 2 5/8" x 1" Very rare, go try to find one. 1882-1865
Folk Art frame with applied decoration. Frame size is 17" x 13" made to take a 14" x 10" fraktur, watercolor or painting. Completely original
I havent been able to find anything exactly like this, it is a 26" long wooden stick designed to stick in the ground in tall grasses along with traditional full bodied decoys for hunting. Possibly American Indian. The head may be saw dust and some glue or other compound mixed and hand sculpted. That or its hand carved, there is a small flake near one of the eyes that make me think it was shaped rather than carved. The head is the size of my fist,very cool!
Laarge early dated bronze sun dail abot 10" x 10" Ready to be mounted and put into use if you live in a safe place where no one would steal it. I suppose its Continental or England. Dated 1792
18th century brass wax jack used to melt sealing wax to seal letters and stamp the hot wax with the owners initials or monogram. Stamped with makers hallmark 3 times. Still usable scarce! 8" tall, 5" wide max. These early wax-jacks gnerally sell for much more then what im asking
Mid 19th century probably PA Tole Ware try. Colorful colors with a Japanned surface on the inside bottom with obvious signs of wear. 13" long, 8" wide, 2 3/4" high
Super rare large stenciled basket perhaps a give away? Large 20" long 10" high handled basket with black stenciling on both sides. excellent condition. I dont know if it was simply for advertising or packing lunch or to bring home your catch? RALPH J CAPE MAY was a party boat see photo for details.
Rare pin pric cut and painted silhouette in the original frame. Probably PA 1790-1230. Frame size aprox. 10" x 7"
Price: 345.00 firm
6" tall, 6" wide, 5" wide at handle possibly a NH Piece? Excellent condition only expected wear for a utilitarian piece of pottery.
Uncommon South Jersey Frit weight made at the Whital Tatum Glass works in Millville NJ about 1890-1920 possibly made by Michael Kane About 3 3/4" dia. by 2" high
Super mid to late 20th century fishing lure Display most likely once displayed and a local sporting goods store. The best yellow and black and red surface.13" long , there is a minor repair to the tab the the lower set or treble hooks hangs. It displays perfectly, Stamped with the letter R on the lower bottom?
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