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Early photo of baby perhaps in Christening dress set off with this handmade wooden frame. Oval opening with intricate carving and applied decorative wooden pieces and added metal tacks. The easel was created from heavy wire making a stand. 6 1/2"h x 4 1/2"w
Redware, life-size Apple and Pear banks from late 1800's-early 1900's. Although very popular when created, it is rare to find them since there is no way to get money out without breaking them. It appears that attempts were made to retrieve money, and each fruit has a patch near the bottom. Colors are well done and closes to real fruit. Apple is 3"diameter x 2 1/2"h. Pear is 2 3/4" diameter x 4 1/2"h.
Price: SALE PRICE: $200.00 pair
This vintage red painted wooden sign was once attached to a boat. Big and bold letters announce the name of the boat as "Capt Ladd in yellow/gold paint. Painted red all around and with rounded edges on front only. Measures 14"l x 4 1/2"w x over 1/2" chunk of wood.
"Furnished Rooms" porcelain sign with black lettering on white. Some rust here and there. Two large holes for attaching to a flat surface. 10"l x 2 1/2"w
Vintage tin round can with lid which is blue with gold letters on front spelling out "COFFEE". As found with dents and all. 6"diameter x 6 1/2"h
This shelf unit origin and function is unknown, however it spoke to us as a charming small addition to the early primitive collection. Boasting 5 shelves, 2 backboards with 1 having a split and exposed nail, and a shiny overall surface....2 round hooks complete the package for hanging. Shelves may also stand on a flat surface. 13 1/2"h x 10"w x 4 1/2"d
Single-sided heavy metal painted white sign. The lettering is in no-nonsense black and consumes the entire sign. A large enough hole drilled into each side for even more no-nonsense attaching to some permanent structure. Measures 12" x 10"
Price: SALE PRICE: $95.00
Big Bold, "ROOM FOR RENT" double sided wooden sign. Same style printing on both sides. Created in smooth natural hue of wood with black lettering, this sign packs a punch! Top has two hardware rounds for hanging. 24"l x 4 1/2"w x 3/4"d
Bottle shaped Coca Cola tin thermometer advertising piece. Made of tin his vintage sign is well worn but still charming. Measures 16"h x 5"w
A red tin tea container from the "Days Gone By" general store that can now be used for many things. Alone, it becomes a decorative object with the attached tea advertisements on the lid and the bright red color with gold lettering on the front of the box. Think of all the items you could store inside it and where to place it for the most interest. Lid is hinged for easy access. The 6" horizontal tin slot on the front is intended for a paper label. Label is long gone. 8" x 8" x 8"
Mid-century needlepoint, newly framed in vintage frame. Colorful and in excellent condition. 19 1/2"l x 20"w
Craftsman designed paneled bud vase created of yellow ware with Rockingham glaze drips at the rim. Rare to find and in such mint condition. No visible markings, but probably Ohio origin around 1920-1930. 9 1/2"h x 3 1/2"d at base.
Price: SALE PRICE; $125.00
Handmade Stuffed Lion Toy with sewn nose and mouth, Big bulging button eyes and a sweet expression. He has been well played with as his fur mane and tip of his tail can attest. Metal supports in his legs. Measures 15"l x 10"h
Price: SALE PRICE: $95.00
This is a good old one, small in size. Showing appropriate oxidation and finger overlaps, plus metal tacks. Heavy top and an as found shape. 4"l x 2 1/2"w x 1 3/4"h
Price: $75.00 FREE SHIPPING
Carved Bellamy-Style Ship's Eagle. Good detailing on the front and a flat surface on the reverse. Circa 1880. This eagle was carved of walnut and painted all over with gold paint. Fine condition. 31"l x 5 1/2"h
Handmade Rag Doll, early 1900's. Hand-sewn and appealing facial features and hair, felt shoes, well-worn deess and apron with matching stitching on bandana. Extra wear and fading on apron. 20"h x 18"w
Pair of lithographs of ducks in figured maple frames and covered with glass. The Golden Eye and the Brown and White Duck have been hand colored and numbered in England. 12" x 9"
Price: $250.00 pair
Pencil sketch of Minimina Rowana, a lovely young girl. Beautifully framed in Victorian oval wood frame. Information on back. Dated Dec., 1836. English origin. 12"l x 14"h
Sam L Gabriel Co. 1939 heavy cardboard childrens' ABCs and nursery rhymes nesting blocks. Entire set of 10 educational lithographed boxes with original box bottom and label. 50"h stacked Large box 7" x 7", Small box 3" x 3"
Price: $75.00 set
Wind Up toy bull. He is a charmer with his sweet eyes and well worn hide. He still works when wound up. Measures 4"h x 6" l
Signed, dated, and then framed needlework with fine detailing visable in the close up photo. Dark period frame 11"l x10 3/4"w Guess on the date as 1863 during the Civil War. Wood backing on frame is stenciled, Willet Hicks, Trenton, NJ. In fine condition considering age.
These five cookie cutters may be purchased together or individually. Tin Sitting Cat 3" x 2 1/2", 19th C. Tin Reindeer 4 1/2" x 4" (SOLD), Tin Patriotic Eagle 3" x 3 1/2", Early Tin Horse 3 1/2" x 3", Early Tin Wolf 3" x 3 1/2". $60.00 each or $210.00 set of 4
Price: Individually priced at $60.00 each or set of 4 for $210.00
C 1850-1870, sometimes called "A Sunday Toy", since it was considered special enough to play only on Sundays. Wooden design with lithograph doors and windows, many pairs of animals. 17 1/2"l x 5"w x 9"h
Price: SALE PRICE $550.00
This folk art decorative piece features two horses pulling a sleigh with a fully fur dressed rider. Signed in initials and dated 1941 from the St. Lawrence Area. One of the horses lost his ears many years ago. Measures 19"l x 7"w x 10 1/2"h. Original price $625
Price: SALE PRICE $475.00
C 1815 American, ornately hand carved for such a utilitarian object; this butter paddle has the look and feel of a prized possession. The handle meets the paddle with 4 "S" scrolls flanking a piece resembling an arrow pointing up. The patina calls the onlooker in to touch it. Newer museum stand. 8"l x 3"w without stand.
Price: SALE PRICE; $375.00
This whimsical and colorful pair of English prints are newly framed and matted in three-color mats. Framed in New England. 15" x 13", Print 8" x 6"
Price: $195.00 pair, FREE SHIPPING
Sailing Ship Diorama, mid-coast Maine origin. Sails, hull, masts and flags carved wood applied to board and framed, then over-painted to create the finished piece. Painted ship and lighthouse add to the charm. Condition is good and all parts are intact. One flag has some paint loss. We believe this is an important and impressive piece of folk art of a classic New England Seascape. Measures 28 1/4"w x 16 3/4"h x 3"d
This is an unusual "Slave's Friend" pamphlet neatly framed in wood. There is some handwriting on the paper, but the piece has not been removed from the frame since I found it. It actually shows dark. Frame size is 7 1/2" x 6" Take a chance on it possibly being valuable or keep it "as is".
American miniature cabinet with five graduated drawers, crown molding, nicely carved skirt and contrasting wooden knobs. Lots of interior space for special items. Measuring 16 1/2" x 10 1/2"
Price: SALE PRICE; $750.00
Iron Chopper from the 18th C has some design features worth pointing out. The business part of this tool is the blade. Sides were created to keep the handle a ways from the blade. Sides are twisted for strength and also as an interesting design. Sides were pushed through handle and wrapped over to keep them attached. They have seen hundreds of years of use with only a split on the wooden handle to show for it. 7 1/2"l x 8"h
An exceptional brass bucket as found with a bail handle. No attempts to remove the patina. That is for the buyer to do if chosen. There is a marking on the bottom along with a date. According to historical information recently found in 1860's Montana, a bucket such as this would sell for 3 beaver pelts. Measures 11"diameter x 7"h
The sweetest small ribbon winder with heart cutout right in the middle of it. This piece allows space for ribbons to stay safe on it or to remove ribbon after winding and to place elsewhere. Patina is amazing. A new museum stand has been created for it so that it can be better displayed. 4 1/2"h x 2"w
Price: Was $275.00, Now $175.00
Early PA Painted Storage Box with double snipe hinges. Decorated with swags and leaves in red, green and yellow on four sides (including top). Interesting and very early hardware. Bottom a bit loose. The painting is what makes this box so special. Measures 25 1/2" x 13" x 10"
Lying position Cat painted black on white by Hubley. Black painted eyes, nose, mouth, whiskers and spots. Nearby is her seated kitten looking very much like her mother with her black markings and fancy red painted collar. Both by Hubley C 1900-40. Mother is 2 3/4"l x 1 3/4"h; Daughter is 1 3/4"l x 1 1/2"h
Price: SALE PRICE: $95.00 together
Early wavy mirror with condition issues….BUT the frame is decorated in a primitive fashion with a background color of reddish brown and circular additions. Buyer may prefer the original glass which is truly amazing! Or replace old mirror with new beveled one, or add any other treasure to this old treasure of a frame. Measures 11" x 9"
An amazing remnant from bygone days of early films. This booklet could be purchased at theaters showing the film or ordered by mail for 25 cents. It has 20 pages in color and black and white of the cast, crew, and all who worked on the set of the production which took almost a year. A wonderful keepsake and in excellent preserved condition for its age. 9" x 12"
Price: SALE PRICE; $150.00
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