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A6060- This 19th century storage box is decorated with green and dark blue sponged paint. The top has a transfer print of Harvard College (not decoupage). The tray from the inside is missing and there is a shrinkage crack on the top. Otherwise the condition is very good with only minor wear. The box was professionally cleaned and touched up April 2007. The image on the top is known as the Davis-Pendleton View of Harvard and dates from 1828. This item came from the Backofen Collection which was sold in New Hampshire by William Smith Auctions June 29, 2007. Size 17 3/4” w X 6 3/4” h X 9 1/2” d. Included with this wonderful piece is a full color auction catalog, extensive research papers on the image, Newtown Bee articles about the auction and the receipt for the restoration. And if that isn’t enough we’ll include shipping at no cost to you. All for the low price of only $250.00. Don’t let this amazing once in a lifetime opportunity pass you by. If this doesn’t work out we’ll try selling non-stick frying pans next.
Price: 250.00 W/ FREE SHIPPING.
A7453- This little round Bilston/Battersea box is a real sweetie. It is decorated in purple and gold showing scenes of classical ruins. The condition is very nice with some wear on the bottom and the center of the top. No chips or cracks. Dia. 1 3/4” X 1 1/8” high
Price: 300.00 SHIPPING COST INCLUDED
A7452- This 19th century Battersea/Bilston box is beautifully hand decorated with a sweet little bird on a branch. The condition is excellent with only a small flaw on the inside edge of the top. It looks like the flaw was in the making . There is a small amount of wear on the bottom. 2 1/4” X 1 1/2” X 1 1/8” high
Price: $285.00 FREE SHIPPING
A-7445 I’m sure his wooden utensil was very useful, but I’m not sure what its purpose was. 10” X 3 1/2”
Price: 75.00 SHIPPING IS FREE
A-5747 This scoop has wear and some stains but is a well shaped piece, with a nice handle. 9” X 5”
Price: 70.00 INCLUDES SHIPPING
A5772- This maple dough scraper is in very nice condition for its age, with a well formed handle. 8” X 4 1/2”
Price: 80.00 FREE SHIPPING
A5485- This 19th century hand painted cigar case is in very nice condition for its age. The only real problem is the leather between the two sides has deteriorated as shown in the picture. The two halves are still attached. 5 3/8” X 2 7/8”
Price: 55.00 with free shipping
A-7448- Late 19th-early 20th century basket making tool used to cut splint. The condition is good but there is rust on the metal parts a staining on the wood, which I think is walnut. 11” X 2 3/4” X 1 3/4”
Price: 60.00 FREE SHIPPING
A7447- Early crooked knife, probably Native American. The handle is definitely a hard wood maybe maple, I’m not sure. It is definitely a handmade piece with only a chip at the end of the handle and some light corrosion on the blade. 9”X 1” the blade is 3”X 5/8”
Price: 110.00 FREE SHIPPING
A6585- These three Gaudy Dutch “War Bonnet “ plates have some light knife marks and minor wear to the enamel, but they have no chips, cracks or restoration. 7 1/8” diameter. Three very nice examples.
Price: 120.00 for all with free shipping
Small (3 1/4” h X 3 3/4” Dia.) turned maple trinket box. The condition is very good with some minor wear and discoloration due to age and use. It has a natural finish with a pleasant patina. The top screws on and off.
Price: 65.99 no cost shipping
A7405- This early redware custard cup is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. 3 1/8”d X 2 1/8” h
Price: 45.00 including shipping
A7404- This early redware custard cup is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. 3 3/8” d X 2 1/4” h
Price: 45.00 shipping is free
A7402- This turned wooden inkstand is in excellent condition with no apparent damage to the wood or the glass insert. The label on the bottom has a small amount of wear but is still fairly legible. Considering it’s mid 19th century date it’s pretty good. The finish is a mustard color and is in excellent condition. Made by James L. Chappell Buffalo, NY 3 3/4”Dia. X 21/4” h
Price: 95.00 shipping included
A7403- This19th century decorated deed box is made of tin plated sheet iron. The condition is very good with some minor wear due to age and use. Very nicely decorated especially on the ends. 9”w X 4 1/4”d X 5 1/2”h
Price: 325.00 w/ free shipping
A7110- Ca. 1830 “States pattern” Staffordshire plate, made by Clews, is in excellent condition with only minor knife marks. No chips, cracks or restoration. 8 3/4” diameter
Price: 235.00 shipping included
A-7290- 19th century redware charger in pretty nice condition for an old piece of utilitarian pottery. There are the expected chips and wear but no cracks or repairs. 11 1/4” Dia.
Price: 420.00 with free shipping
A7289- This mocha mug is in excellent condition with only some minor staining and very light age wear. There are no chips, cracks or restoration. 5” tall
Price: 235.00 including the shipping
A6409- This early maple scoop has a wonderful patina and feel. It shows wear commensurate with its age and use but overall very nice condition. 7 3/4” X 3 1/2”
Price: 125.00 SHIPS AT NO COST
A6609- We are offering a pair of Native American beaded gauntlets. They are in good condition with a small amount of wear and bead loss. About 2”of the lining of the right hand has separated from the leather. The lining is polished pink cotton. I think they date to sometime in the early 20th century. It looks like they would fit an average size woman or a teenage child. They measure 13 1/2”X 8 1/2” not including the fringe. More pics if you need them.
Price: 165.00 FREE SHIPPING
A7186- This sweet little bent wood box is in excellent condition with only slight wear from use and age. The natural color and patina are beautiful. 3 3/4” W X 2 3/4” D X 1 3/8” H
Price: 250.00 FREE SHIPPING
A5768- 19th century lignum vitae. This container was used to hold a sizable amount of snuff. It has a small opening at the top for pouring small amounts of snuff into boxes for personal use. The finial at the top has been broken and glued back together and there are minor age cracks to both covers. Other than that it’s in nice condition. 12 1/4” X 4 3/4” at the base.
Price: 210.00 FREE SHIPPING
A6666- This set of three pottery jars (ironstone I think) all have labels, two of which seem to be in Spanish. Two of them are in excellent condition with no damage. The other has a very tiny chip on the lip and som minor roughness on the edge of the top. None of the damage is visible when on display. More pics are available. 7” X 3 3/4”
Price: 150.00 free shipping
A6318- This wood and glass inkwell has the label of S.Silliman & Co. Chester, Conn. It is in very good condition overall for it’s age. There is appropriate wear to the stenciled decoration and finish. The top is heavily ink stained from long term use. 5 1/4” X 3 1/4”
Price: 185.00 shipping is free
A6494- early redware pitcher with manganese decoration. Very good condition for it’s age with some wear and small chips around the rim. No cracks or repairs. 5 3/4” H X 5 1/2 W at handle
Price: 160.00 free shipping
A7161- Historical blue Staffordshire toddy plate. States pattern. “Clews Staffordshire” impressed mark on back. There are 2 tiny nicks the foot rim. No cracks or major chips. No repair. 5 11/16” Dia.
Price: 175.00 free shipping
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