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Black crow carved and painted. Marked B.B.D, Back Bay Decoys, C. 1950s and mounted on suitable piece of driftwood. 11"w x 5"d x 9 1/2"h
This set of early 1900s bathing beauties in miniature makes them even more rare. Since they are entirely bisque, they do not often retain all their parts including paint which these do. When one has a bathing cap, it is even more collectible. Standing one is 4"h, lounging ones are 3" each. Sold as a set.
Turn of the Century prestigous trophy presented to the best public speaker in a competition. Made of iron and colored green, impresssed on front spells out "Southplant Champion Bull Throwing". USA. 8"w x 7"h
Metal with some remaining paint, this design has been mounted into a heavy plaster stand . Great look as is, or use without stand. 8 3/4"h x 4"w
Early 1900s Mammy doll, handmade and hand stitched. Happy eyes and mouth, intricately hand stitched close-cropped hair. She is dressed for her work in a cotton dress with red stitching on her white scarf. Matching red stitching is on her well worn apron. Her outfit is complete with her black felt shoes. 20"h x 18"w
Early 1900s doll stuffed and covered in treated heavy cloth. She has light brown wool hair and stitched facial features. Half-moon eyes in two colors, eyebrows, nose and red mouth with paint added to her mouth. Dressed in a sun faded long sleeved, long dress with a ribbon at her waist, she has a petticoat with lace as well. She stands tall at 20"h and is very slender and elegant.
Button eyes, stitched nose, mouth and teeth. She has arms but no legs as was common in these dolls. Her dress is worn almost to shreds in this fine and delicate fabric with matching hat. She has a lovely blue scarf as well. 12"h
Well worn face and arms on this extra soft and comfy tea cozy with the sweetest face ever. This cozy will keep the tea warm for a long time since it is so thick and warm. She measures 7"h x 11" in diameter
Hard to find a doll such as this. He is well dressed in his felt suit and hat with detailing. His body is cloth; he stands 12 1/2" tall. His hair is thread and his big eyes are stitched as well as his nose and mouth. To finish off his dapper look, he has felt shoes.
Rare and beautiful 18th Century jamb hook with a delicate bird form and scroll finial. Probably Pennsylvania origin. New base of old wood. 9"h x 9"w
5 Unique New England Lamps: L to R: -Small 4 1/2"h finger hold lamp, early 1800s -Large 10"h early 1800s double wick lamp -Large 10"h single wick whale oil lamp, early 1800s -8 1/2"h simple design double wick lamp, early 1800s -Small 6 3/4"h very early pewter oil lamp in elegant design $95. each or $425. for the lot
General Store tin spice box with glass window on top and top opening. Hanscom printed on top. 8"l x 5 1/2""w x4"h
Just in time for the fall decorating season, this pumpkin painted tray with canted sides from 1900 is ready to purchase. Well shaped cutout for handle 12"l x 8"w x 3"h
These household wooden dry measures, pantry boxes (oval or round), some decorated and some not, but all special. Smallest 4"l x 2 1/2"w 2 finger box, largest would be the dry measure at 11 1/4"diameter x 7"h. Your choice at $75. EACH.
Early 19th C hand stitched leather covered glass pocket flask with cutout for viewing contents. Screw on metal stopper and drinking cup. This is rare. 5 1/2"l x 3"w
Good graphics on this metal sign stabilized by the addition of wood on reverse. Cudahy Packing Co, started 1887 as Armour Cudahy in Omaha: High Point in their history was the 1920s, then dismantled in the 1950s. 18"h x 13"w
Vintage two sided SOLD metal sign in bright orange letters and outline with a black background. 15 1/2"l x 5 3/4"h
Folky doll rocker painted cream over green, special woven seat. Very good condition, 10" rocker, 5"h to seat, 12"h to back
C 1850-1870, sometimes called "Sunday Toy", since it was considered special enough to play on Sundays. Wooden design with lithograph doors and windows, many pairs of animals. 17 1/2"l x 5"w x 9"h
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