19th C. New England Glass Utility Jar
Inventory # 16DA425
Midwestern GLobular Bottle
An excellent 24 ribbed and swirled Mid Western globular bottle in amber. Probably Zanesville area. 8 1/2" high in mint condition.
Inventory Number: Pers
Ribbed with White Looping Witch Ball
Swirled Club Bottle
Inventory Number: 123EB165/8
Pillar Moulded Bar Bottle
Very tall pillar moulded bar bottle with 8 heavy ribs, applied heavy medial ring and heavy square shoulder applied lip. Pontil is ground and polished. Clear brilliant glass. Excellent condition. Probably from the Pittsburgh area. 12 3/8" tall
Inventory Number: Pers
Light aqua, white and amber Witch Ball
Inventory Number: 47DA10/17
Exceptional early 19th C. New England Chestnut Bottle. 7" tall. Excellent deep green with a small amount of olive. Full of great bubbles. Excellent original condition with no damage or stains.
Inventory Number: 611IN325
Firkin in Green paint
Heart Carving Springerley Mold
"Springerle" cookie mold with Hearts and Flowers. Carved into cherry. 9 3/4" by 8 1/2"
Inventory Number: PVT#60
Metal FIsh Decoy
Buffalo Windmill Weight
Buffalo cast iron Windmill counterbalance Weight from a C. 1900 Midwestern windmill. 10 3/4" high. 15 1/4" wide, 5/6" thick. Weight is about 10 lbs. Good old in use paint with wear. No damages or repairs. From a South Dakota collection. Maker unknown, but often attributed to the Dempster Mill Manufacturing Co. of Beatrice, Nebraska. Mounted for display on a contemporary base.
Inventory Number: 411EB684
Tiger Maple and Birch Stand
Inventory Number: 74A575/69
Small Rooster Windmill Weight
Small cast iron Rooster counterbalance Windmill Weight. Made about 1900 by the Elgin Wind Power and Pump Co. of Elgin, Illinois. It is cast markd "Hummer E 184" on the tail. It is the smallest of the Rooster weight. It was made for the Model L Hummer Pumping Mill introduced in the early 1900's. 8 3/4" high, 9 7/8" wide and 1 3/4" thick. Weight is about 9 lbs. Old dark paint with red accents. From a Midwestern collection. Excellent original condition. Mounted for display.
Inventory Number: 611EB281
"Hummer" Windmill Weight
Small cast iron Rooster counterbalance Windmill Weight. Made around 1900 by the Elgin Wind Power and Pump Co of Elgin, Illinois. It is cast marked "Hummer E 184" on the tail. It is the smallest of the weights. It was made for the L Hummer Pumping Mill introduced in the early 1900's. 8 3/4" high, 9 7/8" wide and 1 3/4" thick. Weight is bout 9 lbs. Old worn white paint with red accents. Found in a lady's garden in Kansas. Excellent original condition. Mounted for display.
Inventory Number: 211EB224
Northwest Coast Dance Paddle
Northwwest Coast Native American Dance Paddle. Probably Tlingit considering carved motifs and colors. Late 19th, early 20thC. Excellent overall color, patina and original condition. 20 1/2" long, 4" wide
Inventory Number: 1111FL125
A nice size Hopi Indian bowl. 10" diameter, 3 3/8" high, c. 1930's-40's. Good wear from use inside bowl and bottom. Very good original condition. From a Wisconsin collection.
Inventory Number: 119EB15
"Think of Me as I do of Thee" Sailor's Valentine
"Think of Me As I Do of Thee" double sided (9" each)Sailor's Valentine. Made in Barbados, possibly by the same maker as the preceding one. Case is painted a light salmon color matching the preceding one. All shells are intact. Excellent condition.
Inventory Number: 97EB412
Pair Shoes for a Child
A pair of small 19th C. child's shoes (only 5 1/4" long). Leather, cloth, wood and brass construction. Beautifully made with figured black leather fronts, red cloth over leather backs, carved wood soles and all accented with brass tacks and closure buckles. Excellent original condition with no damage or repair. Likely worn very little. From a Florida collection.
Inventory Number: 119FL65
Elegant late 19th C. Garlic Press. Heavy brass hinge and walnut handles. Carved "pine tree" pressing area. Nice size - 10" long. Fine original condition. English or American.
Inventory Number: 510B45
Bone handled Crooked Knife
Most unusual Northeast American crooked knife with a "bone handle" having an excellent naturally worn patina. Also retains half of its original brass blade wrapping. This knife has the additional distinction of being made for a left handed workman. Left handed crooked knives are most unusual. Overall length 8".
Inventory Number: 510HP58
Tole Covered Canister
Paint decorated tole covered canister, PA, 19th C. 6 5/6" high. 3" diameter. Paint loss to black cackground and wear to decoration, No in-painting or repairs.
Inventory Number: PVT
19th C. cake board mold with three different elements - man with large plant, cow and pig. Deep and detailed carving, 23 1/4" long, 5 1/2" wide and 1" thick. Appears to be walnut. Excellent condition with a nice patina from use.
Inventory Number: PVT
Large Oval Wood Bowl
Mid 19th C. carved American oval wood bowl. Excellent condition. 28" x 17 7/8" x 5 1/2"
Inventory Number: PVT
Stephens and Co. Ruler
Stephens $ Co. bevel, square and level ruler. Riverton, CT, patented Jan 12, 1858. Very good original condition, brass bound. 6" long when folded.
10th Anniversary Tin Shoe
Exceptional 19th C. 10th Anniversary Tin Shoe. Excellent patina. Very nice condition with only some minor denting and heal seam separation. Nice size - 9 1/2" x 4 3/4" x 2 1/2". From an old upstate NY collection.
Inventory Number: 1111EB303
Early 19th C. "Travelling Candle Sticks". They disassemble and fit into the 2 dish saucers and then screw together to create a compact "donut" shaped container for easy packing and transport. 3 1/4" diameter. Excellent condition with a minor nick in the lip of one candle cup.
19th C. Blown 3-mold Decanter
American blown 3-mold decanter in the quart size, c. 1820-35. McKearin pattern GI-7, type 1 but in the quart size with correct original stopper. New England origin. Excellent original condition with no chips, cracks, bruises or stains. Also has an unusual inward folded flange lip.
Inventory Number: 97B20
"Wall Street Averages Hit Bottom" oil on masonite by William Persona. "Persona", as he was known was made famous by his sad clown paintings. It is signed and in its original labeled frame. William A. Persona was born in 1903 and died in Hawaii in 1996. He studied art at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts in the 1920's, and later at the Los Angeled Otis Art Institute. This painting was done during his days at Laguna Beach, CA before 1972. The painting is 9" x 12". An interesting part of the history of this painting is that it came from the personal collection of Allan S. Kaplan, Vice Chairman of Lehman Brothers at the time of its collapse. Kaplan's personal property card in included. Excellent original condition.
Inventory Number: 1111CA113
Sea Captains Primitive Portrait
Early 19th C. American Sea Captain water color portrait. Excellent character abd detail. History of Nantucket ownership.
Inventory Number: 811ME85
Carved and Painted Tavern Scene
19th C. carved wood and paint decorated tavern scene. Fine details executed on American poplar. 19" x 29.5". Probably PA origin, mid 19th C. Original condition.
A nice crude early freeblown English "Nailsea" applied handle pitcher/creamer in a deep sea green color with applied handle and large areas of white glass swirled into the body. A very nice heavy example in perfect original condition. Loaded with embedded impurities to give a wonderful gutsy appearance. A large pontil and good base wear. No chips, cracks, stars or the like. 5 1/8" high.
Inventory Number: 126DEL207/15
G111-16 3-Mold Decanter
Very good example of a colored bottle glass 19th C. Blown 3-Mold Pint Decanter/Bottle in the G111-16 pattern, c. 1815-1830. The color is a deep olive green. The pattern impression is crisp and sharp and the lip has a nice flare. The condition is mint with clear and brilliant glass. This pattern is attributed to the Keene, NH Marlboro St. Glass House. The size is 6 7/8" tall. Very nice example.
Inventory number: 108DA508/A36
Medium Green Milk Bowl
Large free blown American "milk bowl" in a nice strong medium green color. Bowl is exceptionally deep with nice flaring sides and a broad hollow outward folded rim. Large rough pontil. Good base wear. Excellent original condition with no damage. Nice offhand crudeness adds to its appeal. Size is a large 11 1/2" diameter and 6" deep. From a California collection.
Inventory Number: 108DA565
G111-16 Blown 3-Mold Decanter
Exceptional example of a colored bottle glass blown 3-mold pint decanter/bottle in the G111-16 pattern, c. 1815-1830. The color is a nice deep olive green. The pattern impression is crisp and sharp and the mouth has a desireable flared lip. The condition is mint with clear and brilliant glass. This pattern is attributed to the Keene, NH, Marlboro St. Glass Works. Size is 7" tall. From a California collection. Very nice example.
Inventory Number: 108DA509/B37