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retaining the original red paint, This early 19thc New England plank seat birdcage Windsor arm chair is in great condition and has a wonderful red paint . RM680 Red-Breasted Merganser Drake Wood DECOY by Frank Finney Sold at auction and listed and pictured in the catalog titled "Waterfowl and Shorebird Decoys" April 16, 1986 at William Doyle Galleries, NYC490 Early 20th Century wooden painted carnival game wheel of chancel.A fabulous piece of antique Americana, A wonderfully decorative wheel The red, white and blue paint are still vibrant, with painted blue stars RM672 A great looking pair of Folk Art Blue Bill Decoys made in Crisfield, MD but the maker is unknown to me. Both feature a high back hand chopped bodies, tack eyes with the original paint! Keeler staved and hooped tub remains tight and is in fine condition, with old mustard , two metal blacksmith bands secure the staves.High shaped back splash, Two board back one being very wide, circa 1850 the wood is white pine X561 Mid 19th century Pennsylvania small Civil War Lap Desk circa 1860 , with the original red paint, applied molding around lid and base, square nail construction, with lock, name is written on inside of Desk and on the bottom "W.Weatherby "C397 This New England cod weather vane is a full body fish mounted on a custom made iron base.C551 Late 19th century Double-Horse Hooked Rug, Pennsylvania , it is rare and desirable to see two horses on the same rug.The standing pose is further energized by the striated black back ground, with red and white flowers with green leaves SOLD C535 19th century New Jersey two sided wooden restaurant trade sign ( Spaghetti House Sandwich) painted on board with applied boarder with applied molding the back ground is mustard with dark blue letting high lilted with orange circa 1890-1910Sold!circa 1840-1850 C546 18th century Beehive Turned Wooden Bowl in Original Paint, Treen, Original dry beautiful Green Paint, The earliest wood bowls were turned on a lathe which left ridges which look, when the bowl is turned over, like a beehive.C548 Early 19th century Pennslyvania Country Store Counter Desk, with the original beautiful well worn sage green paint, with a dovetailed case, with a slint hinges lid, very unusal form, the wood is white pine circa 1820C498 18th century Traven Table circa 1790 two board top with pegs and rose head nails attached to the one drawer base, The base is pegged construction resting on breaded tapered legs in original blue paint SOLD RM666 Nautical Trade or Tavern Sign, Ships Anchor, Found in Center City Philadelphia, 19th Century Wonderful Folk Art Trade sign in original blue weathered paint with traces of lettering that can still be seen.
C420 Late 19th century Wooden grain measurer bucket with original blue paint, Double sided, 1 peck on oneside and 1/2 peck on the other .
JR8 18th century Valley of Virginia six board Hunt Chest/ Chest on frame the wood is all yellow pine ,dovetailed case resting on a full mortised and pin hepplewhite base all rose heads nails and square head nails retaining it's original black paint, circa 1790, RM620 Early original painted Bluebill carved by Ira Hudson, Chincoteague, Virginia, circa 1920's.
Ira is undoubtedly Chincoteague, Virginia's most famous decoy maker.
LL23 19th century wooden storage Box with the original black paint, very unusual with a removable lid, nailed construction with square head nails, Used in a Country Store, to transport bake goods, circa 1840SOLD C590 The first artificial Christmas tree was developed in Germany during the late 1800s. These artificial trees were then brought to America by German immigrants and also produced and sold in the dime stores during the 1920s and 30s.
These trees were made of dyed goose and turkey feathers which were attached to wires which became the branches for the first artificial trees... B375 Early 19th century Eastern Shore Virginia Miniature Blanket Chest,the wood is walnut with the original red paint, vey unusual applied cut out design base, dovetailed case, circa 1820 - 1840 SOLD X582 Mid 19th century Virginia Pie Safe, with original salmon paint.
C442 19th century cobblers bench, Identified to the boot maker Eldred IL Prentiss, from Milford Massachusetts, lived on Asy Street, in the year of 1872.