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The body has been hollowed out, with a high shelf, the head is very nicely carved in two pieces pegged on, attributed to John Paxton of Eastern shore Virginia SOLD D199 Early 19th century Pennslyvania very rare plantion style Desk (circa 1800-18120) with book case top, Dovetailed case, resting four tapered legs all mortised and pegged, with a dovetailed drawer with four compartment.The top is dovetailed with eight window lites D171 19th century Caroline County , Chimney Cupboard circa 1850 with glass door and over sized window lites, with the original red painted exterior and the original dry blue painted interior. Applied beaded molding at the top, the wood is white pine.The tins are applied to the exterior of the Pie Safe, with molding, with two full mortised doors RM741 Canvasback drake decoy by Fred Barnard (1905-1991) Havre de Grace, MD, c. This laced bentwood box decorated with beautiful folk-art floral decoration.

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Four deeply turned posts having cannon ball finials; with a raised panel head board original rails retaining the rope pegs; hand-forged steel bolts.

D214 Late 20 th century Rare full size Swan Decoy , Virginia.

the interior of the cupboard is old natural patina, simple cut out feet, single paneled door over a single door SOLD L276) Found in Lancaster Pennsylvania still retains it old mustard paint showing great wear to the paint on the drawers and door.

It has two drawers which are dovetailed, and two doors with inset panels, and a nice high foot, with a cut out design.

SOLD D165 Mid 19th century Pennslyvania two door raise panel flat wall cupboard, in old black paint, cut out shaped feet with a double drop front, applied molding at the top nice beaded edge to the case and door circa 1850 -1860SOLD D162 19th century CANDLE SNUFFER.

Made of tin, the candle snuffer measures approximately 2 3/4 " tall and 1 1/4" diameter at the bottom.Original turn knob and hardware, the wood is poplar and cheery circa 1820-18230 Sold! doucement Box in the original blue paint, yellow pine one board dovetailed case construction.The lid has a double beaded edge, the base has a simple cove molding on all four sides. D175 Mid 20th century hand Carved and painted Swan decoy, with a very gracefull neck and head, nice long paddle tail, it is hollow out on the inside, original paint, maker unknown probable Virginia D177 Ira Hudson Canada Goose Decoy Tack Eye circa 1910 in second working repaint An original Canada Goose decoy by Ira Hudson with tack eyes.Decorated around the watering section with leafy swags D154 Decorated Stoneware Chicken Waterer, circa 1850, straight-sided form with rounded top and tall finial, with attached handles and open, hooded watering section. Mr Fleckenstein used this sign in his booth when he did Decoy shows and displays, circa 1850-1860 Sold!This example was probably made at the Remmey Pottery SOLD RM737 Mid 19th Century blue painted Tin Lantern made by E F Parker Square form with large strap hanger, piercings on each side include a sunburst over a five-point star to the top and a row of stars SOLD D140 19th century Lancaster Pennsylvania 10 drawer apothecary chest, circa 1850 with the original gray painted case ,very unusual drawer lay out, with two large drawers on each end, with six smaller drawers in the middle. D115 19th century very rare Pennsylvania Herb Dryer.The style of the candle snuffer is desirably referred to as "the witch's hat". Remmey Phila Pa c1840 with cobalt blue heart decoration all around,cylindrical crock with heavily-tooled shoulder, squared rim, and heavy lug handles, decorated on the front and reverse with a handle-to-handle floral motif D148 Chocolate mold featuring three bunnies pulling a cart in a heavy iron hinged frame that latches at the top. The piece is not marked as to manufacturer, but I believe it to be early 20th century and American made. D120 Mid 19th century wooden trade sign for "HENRY" this sign is one board with the original black and gold gilt paint.

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