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The Collection of Ruth Bryson

Quarryville, Pennsylvania 

Saturday, April 14 at 10am


Exhibition

Saturday, April 7 - 9am to 1pm

Wednesday, April 11 - 10am to 4pm

Thursday, April 12 - 10am to 4pm

Friday, April 13 - 10am to 7pm

Saturday, April 14 - 8am to 10am


Reception

Friday, April 13, 2018: 5pm - 7pm

rsvp to info@pookandpook.com



1.         Schtockschnitzler Simmons (Berks County, Pennsylvania active 1885-1910), carved and painted Carolina parrot on a turned base, retaining its original polychrome surface, 10" h. For a similar example see Pook & Pook Auction, Richard and Rosemarie Machmer collection, lot 493, October 24/25, 2008. Provenance: Conestoga Auctions, Pennsylvania, November 15, 2003.            Est. $8,000-12,000

 

2.         Copper spread winged eagle weathervane, early 20th c., 52 1/2" h. Provenance: Old Feed Mill Auction, Boonton, New Jersey, April 19, 1985.        Est. $400-800

 

3.         Pennsylvania redware charger, 19th c., with yellow slip decoration, 11 1/4" dia. Provenance: Horst Auctions, Pennsylvania; Ada Robacker Estate, May 26, 1989.         Est. $500-1,000

 

4.         Pennsylvania redware charger, 19th c., with yellow slip decoration, 11 1/2" dia. Provenance: Pook & Pook, Inc., June 14, 2002.  Est. $500-800

 

5.         Wrought iron snake made from a file, with scales and forked tongue, 19 1/4" l. These iron snakes were purportedly made to put in barns to scare away birds. Provenance: Betty Titone, Chester Springs, Pennsylvania, November 5, 1988.      Est. $300-400

 

6.         Pennsylvania four-slat ladderback rocking chair, 18th c., with a boldly turned medial stretcher, retaining traces of an old brown surface.        Est. $500-1,000

 

7.         Southern Sheraton hard pine work table, ca. 1830, 28" h., 30" w., 25 1/4" d.     Est. $300-400

 

8.         Two pairs of cast and wrought iron andirons, 18th c., one with spiral spit, 16 1/2" h. and 23 1/2" h.            Est. $200-400

 

9.         Diminutive Lebanon County, Pennsylvania painted pine dower chest, ca. 1815, the front with two blue sponged arched panels, on an ochre sponged ground, above three drawers, resting on turned feet, 26" h., 41 1/2" w.        Est. $4,000-7,000

 

10.       Sheraton tiger maple tall post bed, ca. 1835, 81" h., 81" w., 57" d. Provenance: Rose Hilley, Glenmoore, Pennsylvania, July 6, 1985.        Est. $800-1,200

 

11.       Pennsylvania watercolor fraktur drawing of two birds, 19th c., 12 3/4" x 8". Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, May 11, 1991.           Est. $500-700

 

12.       Mifflin County, Pennsylvania painted poplar dower chest, dated 1833, initialed E.Y., made for Elizabeth Yoder Mast and for her marriage to Jacob Byler, 29 1/4" h., 52 3/4" w. Provenance: Descended in the Byler family until 1993; Chuck Paulus, March 12, 1993. Family history accompanies lot.         Est. $3,000-4,000

 

13.       Two brass Rayo lamps, together with an unmarked lamp.   Est. $150-250

 

14.       Watercolor drawing of George Washington, ca. 1900, 8" x 5 1/2".  Provenance: Dogwood Antiques, November 27, 1989.           Est. $100-200

 

15.       Pennsylvania Hepplewhite tray top cherry stand, early 19th c., 28 3/4" h., 20 1/4" w., 19 1/4" d. Provenance: Garth's Auction, Ohio, May 23, 1987.   Est. $300-500

 

16.       Pennsylvania Sheraton cherry one-drawer stand, ca. 1830, 30" h., 22" w., 21 1/2" d. Provenance: Garth's Auction, Ohio, May 23, 1987.            Est. $300-500

 

17.       Lancaster County, Pennsylvania painted poplar one-drawer stand, 19th c., retaining its original ochre grain decoration, 30 1/4" h., 24 3/4" w., 18" d.            Est. $400-700

 

18.       Pennsylvania Federal cherry child's chest of drawers, ca. 1815, retaining an old dry varnished surface, 21 3/4" h., 17 1/4" w. Est. $1,000-1,500

 

19.       Painted cast iron Boston Terrier doorstop, ca. 1900, 9 3/4" h.     Est. $150-200

 

20.       Painted cast iron Boston Terrier doorstop, ca. 1900, 9 3/4" h.     Est. $150-200

 

21.       Pennsylvania Sheraton painted cherry chest of drawers, ca. 1830, retaining its original sponged panel decorated drawers with green surround and turned black feet, 51" h., 40 3/4" w. Provenance: Garth's Auction, Ohio, April 21, 1990.          Est. $4,000-6,000

 

22.       Brass double arm student lamp, with milk glass shades, 21 1/2" h.           Est. $200-300

 

23.       Pennsylvania Federal walnut chest of drawers, ca. 1810, retaining an old mellow finish and its original brass hardware, 38 1/2" h., 41" w.    Est. $800-1,000

 

24.       Two pairs of Federal brass andirons, ca. 1830, 18 1/2" h. and 19" h. Provenance: Gilberts Antiques, April 23, 1991.            Est. $150-250

 

25.       Pennsylvania folk art walnut mirror, late 19th/early 20th c., with an elaborate tulip and heart cutout crest and philphlot carved base, 23 1/2" h. Two related examples are illustrated in Magazine Antiques, January 1957 and February 1924 (a copy of this issue accompanies the lot). For a similar example, please see the Pennsylvania German Collection Philadelphia Museum of Art, p. 53, donated by Titus Geesey 1955. Provenance: Garth's Auction, Ohio, May 20, 1995.  Est. $3,000-5,000

 

26.       Lancaster County, Pennsylvania walnut schrank, late 18th c., the molded cornice over two recessed panel doors with rattail hinges, resting on a two-drawer base with ogee bracket feet, 86" h., 66 1/4" w. Provenance: Kreider Auction, March 17, 1987.   Est. $4,000-6,000

 

27.       Pair of pencil and charcoal profile portraits of a husband and wife, ca. 1840, 5 1/2" x 4 1/2". Provenance: Mike Clum, June 6, 2002.          Est. $300-500

 

28.       Two punched tin heart form cheese strainers, largest - 5" w., 4" l. Provenance: Birchland Antiques, July, 1990; John Staubach, September, 1992.            Est. $150-200

 

29.       Two punched tin heart form cheese strainers, largest - 5 1/2" w., 4 1/2" l. Provenance: Joe Shaffer, April 9, 1994; Horst Auctions, Pennsylvania, June 21, 1997.            Est. $150-200

 

30.       Pennsylvania painted pine bucket bench, 19th c., with three upper drawers over two lower doors, retaining its original orange and yellow surface, 47" h., 41 1/2" w.  Est. $2,000-4,000

 

31.       Lancaster County, Pennsylvania copper kettle, ca. 1830, the handle stamped John Getz, 13 1/2" h. Provenance: Garth's Auction, Ohio, July 30, 1983.   Est. $400-600

 

32.       Lancaster County, Pennsylvania copper kettle, ca. 1830, the handle stamped John Getz, 11 3/4" h. Provenance: Pook & Pook, Inc., The Collection of William Koch, June 5, 1999.    Est. $400-800

 

33.       Miniature Pennsylvania copper kettle, 19th c., 5" h.         Est. $400-800

 

34.       An exceptional large punched tin heart form cheese strainer, 19th c., 15 1/2" x 15". Provenance: Joe Shaffer, April 9, 1994.      Est. $1,000-2,000

 

35.       Conestoga wagon box dated 1808, initialed CHMI, retaining its original wrought iron tulip form hasp and hinges and an old blue surface, 22 1/2" h., 15" w. For a similar example see Pook & Pook Auction, Sorber Collection, May 13, 2005, lot 73. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, February 3, 2003.           Est. $5,000-8,000

 

36.       Painted pine checkers gameboard, 19th c., retaining its original blue surface, 17 1/2" x 31 1/2". Provenance: Davies Auction, Ohio, July 15, 1988.    Est. $300-400

 

37.       Pine utensil tray, 19th c., with a scalloped divider, 9 1/2" h., 15" w., 9 1/2" d. Provenance: Shoemaker's Auction, Bartville, Pennsylvania, May 31, 1986.         Est. $200-400

 

38.       New England painted pine dresser box, 19th c., the lid decorated with bird and nest on a red grained ground, 4" h., 12" w., 7 3/4" d. Provenance: Dogwood Antiques, September, 1989.            Est. $200-300

 

39.       Cherry and pine hanging wall box, ca. 1800, probably New Jersey, with unusual carved and cutout geometric decoration, 11 3/4" h., 8" w.          Est. $500-800

 

40.       Mid Atlantic, probably Virginia, painted hard pine and poplar blanket chest, late 18th c., retaining its original blue surface, the backboard dated 1767, the underside of the lid inscribed Hannah Fisher 1785, 28" h., 47 1/2" w. Provenance: Ted Maurer, Zionsville, Pennsylvania, September 28, 1985.   Est. $1,000-2,000

 

41.       Pennsylvania redware loaf dish, 19th c., with three-line trailing yellow slip decoration, 12 1/4" h., 17 1/2" w. Provenance: Christies Auction, New York, January 17, 2003.    Est. $800-1,200

 

42.       John Drissell (Bucks County, Pennsylvania 1762-1846), painted pine slide lid box made for Peter Nehs, retaining its original painted surface with tulips and pinwheel flowers on a red ground, the original German text reads Ich kam in ein Land da stund geschrieben an der Wand, "Sei fromm und ver schwiegen was nicht dein ist das lass liegen.", which translates to "I came to a land where it was written on the wall, "Be pious and never hide anything that is not yours, let it lie.", 4 1/4" h., 6 1/2" w., 10 3/4" d.  Provenance: Conestoga Auction, Pennsylvania, April 3, 2004. Exhibited at Winterthur's Drissell Study Group, March, 2008.*Pook & Pook would like to thank Lisa Minardi for the translation of the text.       Est. $12,000-18,000

 

43.       Two pairs of large Pennsylvania wrought iron strap hinges, late 18th c., 40 1/2" l. and 26 3/4" l. Provenance: Dale Putt Auction, Pennsylvania, November 30, 2002.            Est. $500-800

 

44.       Small three-piece wrought iron utensil set, 19th c., with punched circle design, to include a flesh fork, a taster, and a spatula, 11 1/4" l. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, May 5, 1995.     Est. $300-500

 

45.       Pennsylvania wrought iron three-piece utensil set, 19th c., to include a taster, a spatula, and a ladle, 18 1/4" l. Provenance: Garth's Auction, Ohio, August 13, 1983.       Est. $200-300

 

46.       Two Pennsylvania tin sconces, 19th c., tallest - 13 1/4" h. Provenance: Pottles & Pannikins, Connecticut, September 2, 2004.        Est. $300-500

 

47.       Wrought iron fat lamp, dated 1833, impressed JS within a wrigglework heart surrounded by a wrigglework chain, the arm impressed No 81, 5 1/4" h. For a similar example see Pook & Pook Auction, October 6, 2012, lot 624. Another similar example at Winterthur Museum identifies the maker as Joseph Stanen, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, November 20, 2004.   Est. $1,500-2,500

 

48.       Wrought iron Conestoga wagon axe holder, late 18th c., in the form of a fish, with notched scales, eye, and mouth, 9 3/4" l. A similar example was sold at Pook & Pook, Inc. on April 27, 2014, Lot 245. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, May 6, 1995.      Est. $2,000-2,500

 

49.       Peter Derr (Berks County, Pennsylvania 1793-1868), copper and wrought iron fat lamp, impressed P.D 1842, 6" h. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, November 22, 2003.    Est. $1,500-2,500

 

50.       Peter Derr (Berks County, Pennsylvania 1793-1868), copper coffeepot, impressed on base P. Derr, 10" h. Provenance: Conestoga Auction, Pennsylvania, November 8, 2003.  Est. $3,000-5,000

 

51.       Peter Derr (Berks County, Pennsylvania 1793-1868), iron and brass dough scraper, impressed P.D 1840, 4" l. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, May 24, 2003.          Est. $400-700

 

52.       Pennsylvania tin punched coffeepot, 19th c., with a gooseneck spout, the handle impressed Sands, the body with potted flower decoration, 11" h. Provenance: Conestoga Auction, Pennsylvania, November 13, 2004.   Est. $1,500-2,500

 

53.       Jacob Maentel (American 1763-1863), watercolor folk portrait of a woman holding a rose, 10" x 7 3/4". Provenance: Ken Farmer, Virginia, August 26, 1995.  Est. $1,500-2,000

 

54.       Full bodied copper cow weathervane, early 20th c., with cast zinc head, 19" h., 27 1/2" w. Provenance: Gary Akers, Quarryville, Pennsylvania, January 12, 1985.      Est. $3,000-4,000

 

55.       Continental painted beech dome lid box, 19th c., retaining its original vibrant floral decoration on a blue ground, 5" h., 8 1/4" w. Provenance: Bruce Shoemaker, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, October, 1997.            Est. $300-400

 

56.       Small Pennsylvania wrought iron swivel toaster, early 19th c., 12 1/2" x 8 1/2".           Est. $300-500

 

57.       Chippendale painted pine child's slant front desk, late 18th c., retaining an old red surface with sgrafitto swirl decoration, 23 3/4" h., 23 3/4" w. Provenance: Bruce Shoemaker, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, August 28, 1994.         Est. $2,000-3,000

 

58.       Miniature Pennsylvania painted plank seat chair, mid 19th c., retaining its original floral decoration on a green ground, 12 1/2" h. Provenance: Garths Auction, Ohio, December 1, 1994.   Est. $800-1,000

 

59.       Pair of Pennsylvania tin punched coffeepots, 19th c., with potted tulip decoration, 11" h. Provenance: Garths Auction, Pennsylvania, August 7, 1989; Betsy Demarest, December, 1995.    Est. $1,000-2,000

 

60.       Pennsylvania pieced Jacob's Coat of Many Colors quilt, early 20th c., 78" x 78". Provenance: Jeremiah Beard, September 5, 1999.  Est. $300-400

 

61.       Pieced child's log cabin quilt, early 20th c., 55" x 67".      Est. $200-300

 

62.       Pieced checkerboard quilt, early 20th c., 77" x 78".          Est. $200-300

 

63.       Pine barrelback settle, 19th c., 56" h., 87" w. Provenance: Garths Auction, Ohio, July 16, 1983. Est. $600-900

 

64.       Pennsylvania wrought iron revolving toaster and peel, ca. 1800, 17" x 12 1/2" and 30 1/4" l. Provenance: Peel - Arthur Kushlan, February 18, 1990; Toaster - Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, June 21, 1997.         Est. $100-200

 

65.       Pine utensil rack with ornately scrolled top and wrought iron hangers, 19th c., 9 1/4" h. Provenance: Hermitage Antique Mall, Tennessee, November 11, 1986.      Est. $300-400

 

66.       Southern yellow pine double slide lid box, 19th c., 4 1/2" h., 15" w., 12" d. Provenance: Dogwood Antiques, May 9, 1988.          Est. $400-500

 

67.       Wrought iron five-arm chandelier, 19th c., 27 1/2" h., 19" w. Provenance: Garths Auction, Ohio, December 6, 1992.      Est. $800-1,200

 

68.       Dovetailed copper pot, 19th c., with wrought iron trivet, 16" h., 26" dia.   Est. $200-300

 

69.       Pennsylvania wrought iron revolving broiler and gridiron, ca. 1800, 21" l. and 24 1/4" l. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, November 19, 1999 and December 6, 1997.     Est. $300-500

 

70.       Two God's eye baskets, together with a buttocks basket, ca. 1900, largest - 14 1/2" h., 16" w.      Est. $300-400

 

71.       Lancaster County, Pennsylvania painted pine blanket chest, late 19th c., retaining its original ochre grain decoration, 27 1/2" h., 52" w.      Est. $300-400

 

72.       Cast iron donkey nodder doorstop, 10 1/4" h. Provenance: Garths Auction, Ohio, May 20, 1995.            Est. $150-250

 

73.       Pennsylvania wrought iron spider skillet, late 18th c., purchased at the Snow Hill Nunnery Auction, 22" l. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, August 11, 1997.           Est. $200-400

 

74.       Wrought iron floor standing adjustable candlestand and fat lamp, late 18th c., 39 1/4" h.      Est. $800-1,000

 

75.       Nest of four Shaker bentwood boxes, 19th c., of lapped finger construction with cherry sides and white pine top and bottom, largest - 13 1/2" l., 9 1/2" w., stack - 17 3/4" h. Provenance: Garths Auction, Ohio, May 23, 1987.            Est. $1,500-2,500

 

76.       Lancaster County, Pennsylvania painted poplar Compass Artist dome lid box, 19th c., retaining its original pinwheel flower decoration on a blue/green ground, 6 1/2" h., 7 3/8" w.  For a similar example see Pook & Pook, Inc., October 1, 2011, lot 444.  Provenance: Conestoga Auction, Pennsylvania, May 4, 2002.   Est. $12,000-18,000

 

77.       Jacob Maentel (American 1763-1863), pair of watercolor portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ebert of York County, Pennsylvania, 10" x 8". Provenance: Conestoga Auction, Pennsylvania, November 17, 2001.   Est. $8,000-12,000

 

78.       Jacob or Jonas Weber (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, mid 19th c.), painted pine dresser box, inscribed Anna Eby 1850, retaining its original decoration with flowers and house in a landscape on a blue ground, 6" h., 10 1/4" w. Provenance: Donlinger Auction, Kinzer, Pennsylvania, July 10, 1993.            Est. $12,000-18,000

 

79.       Three pewter plates, early 19th c., bearing the touch of Thomas Danforth, 7 7/8" dia. Provenance: Stephen Catts Auction, April 22, 1989.          Est. $300-500

 

80.       Steve Cherry combback Windsor armchair.         Est. $500-1,000

 

81.       Steve Cherry combback windsor armchair.          Est. $500-1,000

 

82.       Southeastern Pennsylvania sgrafitto redware charger, dated 1773, decorated with a central leaping stag flanked by tulips within a border, inscribed (in German) Jesus dwell in my house and never leave it, A greeting to you. Barbara Mardes, 12 3/8" dia. Illustrated in Garvan, The Pennsylvania German Collection, pg. 213, fig. 1.  Provenance:  Pook & Pook, Inc., November 23, 2002, lot 529.            Est. $3,000-6,000

 

83.       Tinware, 19th c., to include two candlemolds, a cheese strainer, and fat lamp with stand, tallest - 10 1/4" h. Provenance: candlemolds - Davies Auction, Ohio, July 15, 1988; Garth's Auction, Ohio, April 21, 1990; strainer - Howard Shaub, May 15, 1999.   Est. $300-400

 

84.       Manheim, Pennsylvania cast iron "The Hero" stove plate dated 1769, inscribed H W Stiegel, Elizabeth Furnace, with Masonic symbols and a wreath encircling a bust of a gentleman, possibly a depiction of Barron Henry Stiegel himself, 23 1/4" x 27". A similar example is pictured in Mercer: The Bible in Iron, plate 245. Provenance: Sylvan Brandt, Lititz, Pennsylvania.       Est. $3,000-5,000

 

85.       Two wrought iron sawtooth trammels, 18th/19th c., 28" h. and 35" h.    Est. $200-300

 

86.       Two wrought iron trammels, 18th/19th c., with engraved crosshatch decoration, 33 1/2" h. and 35 1/2" h. Provenance: Sugarbush Antiques, Strasburg, Pennsylvania, May, 1986.      Est. $150-250

 

87.       West Earl, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, wrought iron flesh fork, 19th c., impressed H. K. Duck, with punched pinwheels and crescent decoration, together with a taster stamped J. Schmidt, 15 1/4" l. and 10 1/2" l. Provenance: fork - Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, February 10, 1996; taster - Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, April 19, 2000.         Est. $300-500

 

88.       Lancaster County, Pennsylvania iron hammer, 19th c., impressed H. K. Duck West Earl Lanctr. Co. Pa., 13 1/2" h. Provenance: Whyte Auction, April 17, 1999.     Est. $200-400

 

89.       Wrought iron buttonhole cutter, ca. 1800, with crescent handle and inlaid brass circles, 4 7/8" h., 3 7/8" w. Est. $400-800

 

90.       Carved maple springerle board, signed verso C.G. Weiss 1843, 7 3/4" x 5 1/2". Provenance: Christie's Auction, The Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flack, September 6, 1997.            Est. $500-1,000

 

91.       Jacob Maentel (American 1763-1863), detailed watercolor folk portrait of a woman with bonnet holding a rose, 9 1/2" x 7 1/4".           Est. $3,000-4,000

 

92.       Berks County, Pennsylvania tin punched coffeepot, dated 1848, stamped W. Shade, inscribed Catharenah Kline, profusely decorated with exotic birds and flowers, 11 14/" h. Provenance: Pook & Pook, Inc., May 13, 2006, lot 506.     Est. $1,500-2,500

 

93.       Lancaster County, Pennsylvania cherry schrank, late 18th c., the molded cornice over raised panel doors with rattail hinges and molded pilasters, resting on a two-drawer base with ogee bracket feet, 88" h., 68" w. Provenance: Steve Cherry, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, February 21, 1996.      Est. $5,000-8,000

 

94.       Jacob Medinger sgrafitto decorated redware plate, 8 3/4" dia. Provenance: Pook & Pook, Inc., November 23, 2002.   Est. $500-700

 

95.       Shenandoah Valley, Virginia redware pitcher, 19th c., by Solomon Bell, impressed S. Bell Strasburg, 6" h. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, April 29, 2000. Est. $1,000-2,000

 

96.       Joseph Lehn (Lancaster, Pennsylvania 1798-1892), turned and painted egg cup, retaining its original strawberry decoration on a salmon ground, inscribed on underside Frances Brubaker, 3 3/4" h. Provenance: Horst Auctions, Pennsylvania, October 27, 2001.     Est. $400-800

 

97.       Rare miniature tin five-tube taperstick mold, 19th c., 4 1/4" h., 4 3/8" w.          Est. $500-1,000

 

98.       Redware fish flask, late 18th c., possibly Moravian from Salem, North Carolina, with mottled brown and orange glaze, 5 1/4" l.  Similar examples are pictured in Ceramics in America by Hunter and Beckerdite, page 236. Est. $2,000-3,000

 

99.       Jacob or Jonas Weber (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, mid 19th c.), painted pine hanging comb box, retaining its original decoration with flower on red ground, inscribed on the back Isaac Jack Weaver, Jan. 16th 1906, bought at Isaac Weaver sale, Paid 18 cts, 6 3/8" h., 10 3/4" w.  Exhibited at the Heritage Center Museum, Lancaster, PA, 1990's.            Est. $1,500-2,500

 

100.     Oil on board floral still life, late 19th c., 10" x 6 1/2".        Est. $100-200

 

101.     Hans Jacob Brubacher (Lancaster, Pennsylvania active 1751-1801), ink and watercolor fraktur religious text for Johannes and Magdalena Schenck, dated 1799, 12 3/4" x 15 1/4".            Est. $3,000-4,000

 

102.     Johann Henrich Otto (Lancaster and Northumberland Counties, Pennsylvania, active 1762-1797), vibrant watercolor fraktur with parrots, crowns and winged angel faces, 8 1/4" x 13". Provenance: Bruce Shoemaker, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, February 9, 1997.           Est. $3,000-5,000

 

103.     Two Pennsylvania rye straw baskets, 19th c., largest - 4 1/2" h., 13 1/2" w.        Est. $150-200

 

104.     Pennsylvania rye straw basket with handles, 19th c., largest - 6" h., 14" w.        Est. $200-300

 

105.     Continental painted dome lid box, 19th c., retaining its original floral decoration on a blue ground, 10" h., 15 1/2" w. Provenance: Bruce Shoemaker, October, 1997.    Est. $200-300

 

106.     Highly unusual Pennsylvania painted poplar dower chest, late 18th c., the front and sides with ivory panels and town views with a man and horse drawn cart, 31 1/4" h., 47 3/4" w. Provenance: Peter Deen, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, February 4, 1995.       Est. $2,000-2,500

 

107.     Pennsylvania ink and watercolor fraktur birth certificate for Catharina Dohner, b. 1810, 6 1/2" x 8". A nearly identical fraktur made for Jacob Dohner was sold at Jeffrey Evans, June 22nd 2013, lot 529. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, November 7, 1995. Est. $1,000-1,500

 

108.     Pennsylvania painted one-piece corner cupboard, late 18th c., retaining its original blue surface with heart and floral decorated panels, with salmon surrounds, 100" h., 36" w.       Est. $4,000-8,000

 

109.     Set of six Lancaster County, Pennsylvania painted plank seat dining chairs, 19th c., retaining their original floral decoration on a mustard ground. Est. $800-1,000

 

110.     Rare Pennsylvania Queen Anne cherry chest of drawers, ca. 1770, the top drawers with shell and floral spray carving, above four long drawers, supported by bracket feet, retaining an old dry surface, 43" h., 34 1/2" w. Provenance: Bruce Shoemaker, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, August 4, 1990.         Est. $3,000-4,000

 

111.     Lancaster County, Pennsylvania painted poplar Compass Artist dome lid box, early 19th c., retaining its original pinwheel flowers on a blue/green ground, 10 1/2" h., 16 3/4" w. Provenance: A. Charles Singleton, Eva Shaeffer Estate, September 7, 1991.  For similar examples see Pook & Pook, Inc., April 21, 2007, lot 210, collection of Esther & Donald Shelley and October 24, 2008, lot 18, collection of Richard & Rosemarie Machmer.           Est. $13,000-18,000

 

112.     Schoharie County, New York, pencil drawing of the Village Blacksmith, ca. 1860, inscribed By G. Perrine Charlotteville, N. York, 11 1/4" x 16". Provenance: Howard Shaub, Willow Street, Pennsylvania, February 29, 2000.      Est. $300-500

 

113.     Ink calligraphy of a leaping stag, late 19th c., inscribed Real Pen Work, 16" x 22".        Est. $300-400

 

114.     Pennsylvania William and Mary daybed, ca. 1740, with an adjustable back with three splats, rush seat, and boldly turned legs joined by ring and baluster turned stretchers, retaining an old historic black surface. 6' l., 23 1/2" w. For a similar example, see Samuel A. Crozer Collection of Early American Furniture, Freeman's, 1930, pg 53. Provenance: Garth's Auction, 727, 1990.      Est. $3,000-5,000

 

115.     Berks County, Pennsylvania painted pine dower chest, ca. 1775, retaining its original decoration with a central panel of two rampant unicorns, flanked by similar tombstone panels with potted flowers and birds, 21 3/4" h., 48 1/4" w. Provenance: Steve Cherry, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, March 26, 1993.            Est. $6,000-8,000

 

116.     Miniature splint basket, late 19th/early 20th c., 2 7/8" dia., 3 1/4" h. Provenance: John and Nancy Wilson, April 6, 1991.            Est. $250-300

 

117.     Miniature splint basket, late 19th/early 20th c., 4 1/4" h., 5 1/2" w.         Est. $250-300

 

118.     Miniature splint basket, late 19th/early 20th c., 2 1/2" dia., 2 5/8" h.       Est. $250-300

 

119.     Painted pine dome lid dresser box, 19th c., retaining its original floral decoration on a light blue ground, 3" h., 4 1/8" w. Provenance: Witman Auctions, Manheim, Pennsylvania, March 12, 2003.            Est. $200-400

 

120.     Miniature Pennsylvania Federal walnut chest, ca. 1805, with a lift lid and flaring French feet, 11 1/4" x 20 1/2". Provenance: Ken Farmer, Virginia, August 26, 1995.           Est. $1,500-2,500

 

121.     Miniature pencil and watercolor portrait of a gentleman, mid 19th c., 4" x 3". Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, November 16, 1990. Est. $200-400

 

122.     Painted pine hexagonal countertop display case, late 19th c., retaining an old red surface, 44" h.            Est. $1,000-1,500

 

123.     Berks County, Pennsylvania painted pine dome lid box, attributed to Heinrich Bucher, 19th c., retaining its original floral decoration on a blue ground with yellow trim, 5" h., 10 1/2" w. Provenance: Ken Farmer, Virginia, August 26, 1995.        Est. $4,000-6,000

 

124.     Julius Augustus Beck (American 1831-1915), oil on canvas landscape with hay stacks and stone bridge, signed lower left, 11 3/4" x 18 1/2". Beck was born in Lititz, Pennsylvania and painted throughout Lancaster County. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, December 1, 2001.        Est. $500-800

 

125.     Two baskets, ca. 1900, largest - 14" h., 15 1/2" w. and 14" h., 14" w.         Est. $200-300

 

126.     Two baskets, ca. 1900, 12" h., 15" w. and 12 1/2" h., 15 1/2" w.     Est. $200-300

 

127.     Pennsylvania red, white, and blue jacquard coverlet, ca. 1845, with leaf, floral, and compass designs, 101" x 86".    Est. $100-200

 

128.     Large Pennsylvania walnut tavern table, ca. 1780, with two drawers and turned legs joined by H stretcher, 30" h., 85" w., 33 3/4" d. Provenance: Sotheby's, New York, October 1, 1991.    Est. $3,000-5,000

 

129.     Large Pennsylvania rye straw lidded basket, 19th c., 22" h., 22" w. Provenance: Machmer sale, Conestoga Auction, November 4, 2000.        Est. $1,000-2,000

 

130.     Pine candlemold, 19th c., with twenty-four pewter tubes, 17 1/2" h., 22" w.          Est. $800-1,200

 

131.     Lithograph of Pennsylvania interest, titled Birth Place of Robert Fulton Lancaster County, 20" x 25 1/2". Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, May 25, 2002.       Est. $200-300

 

132.     Oil on canvas view of the birthplace of Robert Fulton, Little Britain, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, signed lower right Robert Fulton ___, 18" x 26". Provenance: Garth's Auction, Ohio, March 25, 1994.          Est. $800-1,200

 

133.     Set of eight Drew Lausch, Lancaster Windsor side chairs, painted by Peter Deen, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, July 4, 1992.    Est. $2,000-4,000

 

134.     Roomsize oval braided rug, 11'9" x 9'.        Est. $400-700

 

135.     Lancaster County, Pennsylvania walnut cupboard, ca. 1760, with a picture frame molded case with single astragal panel door, above a two-shelf drop with lollipop cutout sides, 44" h., 23 1/2" w.            Est. $6,000-10,000

 

136.     Pennsylvania earthenware pitcher, 19th c., impressed on underside Eagle Porcelain Works Lancaster City PA Henry Gast, 6 1/2" h. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, April 26, 2003.            Est. $1,000-1,500

 

137.     Pennsylvania walnut hanging wall box, ca. 1800, with a scalloped top and lower drawer, retaining an old historic finish, 14" h., 9 1/2" w.           Est. $500-700

 

138.     Pair of carved and painted folk art birds, ca. 1930, signed on base Made by Frank P. Texter, 10" h. and 11 1/2" h. Provenance: Horst Auctions, Pennsylvania, May 30, 2000.   Est. $1,000-2,000

 

139.     Three-gallon stoneware crock, 19th c., probably Western Pennsylvania, with cobalt sprays, 13 3/4" h. Provenance: Ada Robacker Estate, July 21, 1989. Est. $300-500

 

140.     Pennsylvania painted pine and poplar blanket chest, early 19th c., retaining its original vibrant salmon swirl decoration, 26 1/2" h., 45" w.   Est. $1,000-1,500

 

141.     Charles X. Carlson (American 1902-1991), two watercolor farmscenes, both signed, 13" x 19", 15" x 21", together with a charcoal study, 10" x 13".       Est. $200-400

 

142.     Pennsylvania carved and painted rooster, ca. 1900, signed W. Kinstler, retaining its original polychrome surface, 23 1/2" h. Provenance: Pook & Pook, Inc., William Koch Collection, June 5, 1999. According to Ruth's husband, Jack Bryson, Ruth was determined to own this rooster because it reminded her of a favorite childhood pet.      Est. $5,000-9,000

 

143.     Maryland carved and painted spread winged eagle by the Reverend Dr. Robert S. Grier (1790-1865), perched atop a cannon barrel, 16" h., 32" w. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, May 26, 2001.         Est. $3,000-5,000

 

144.     Pennsylvania tin punched coffeepot, 19th c., with a gooseneck spout and strap handle, decorated with potted flowers and vines, 11 1/4" h. Provenance: Chris Machmer, Annville, Pennsylvania, April 16, 1996.         Est. $1,500-2,500

 

145.     Jacob or Jonas Weber (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, mid 19th c.), painted pine dresser box, retaining its original decoration of flowers and house in a landscape on a black ground, 2 1/8" h., 3 7/8" w. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, November 14, 1992.      Est. $3,000-5,000

 

146.     Samuel Bentz (The Mount Pleasant Artist active 1792-1850), ink and watercolor fraktur birth certificate for Catharina Schweigert, b. 1834, daughter of Samuel and Maria, 9 1/2" x 7 1/2". Provenance: Conestoga Auction, Pennsylvania, November 15, 2003.          Est. $2,000-4,000

 

147.     Samuel Bentz (The Mount Pleasant Artist active 1792-1850), ink and watercolor fraktur birth certificate for Mary Beck, b. 1790, daughter of Jacob and Catherine, inscribed lower right New Ephrata May 4th 1828, 9 1/2" x 7 1/2". Provenance: Christie's Pennsylvania German Folk Art from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flack, Holicong, PA, September 6, 1997.        Est. $2,000-3,000

 

148.     Three Madison Mitchell carved and painted duck decoys, 13" l., 14" l., and 16.5" l. Provenance: Peter Deen, September 16, 1994 and May 21, 1995. Est. $400-700

 

149.     Pennsylvania Federal child's walnut blanket chest, ca. 1810, with inlaid edges, 16 1/4" h., 32 1/2" w. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, June 29, 1990.           Est. $700-1,000

 

150.     Madison Mitchell carved and painted Canada goose decoy, signed on base and dated 1958, 12" h., 19 1/2" l. Provenance: Peter Deen, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1994.  Est. $200-400

 

151.     Silk on linen sampler wrought by Ann Brown, b. 1834, age 6 years, 12" x 8 3/4". Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, May 11, 1991.           Est. $300-600

 

152.     Pennsylvania ink and watercolor fraktur bookplate, dated 1828, with flowers rising from an urn, inscribed To Johannes Landis, 7" x 3 3/4". Provenance: Garths Auction, Ohio, May 20, 1995.      Est. $400-600

 

153.     Pennsylvania or Southern Federal walnut secretary desk and bookcase, ca. 1810, the broken arch bonnet with star inlaid rosettes, resting on an upper section with recessed panel doors on a base with fall front and four crotch grained drawers, supported by flaring French feet, with allover line inlay, 98 1/2" h., 38 3/4" w.       Est. $5,000-10,000

 

154.     Small Jacob or Jonas Weber (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, mid 19th c.), painted pine dresser box, retaining its original decoration of flowers and house in a landscape on a red ground, 2 1/4" h., 4" w. Provenance: Hattie Brunner; Titus Geesey, 1934; Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, February 2, 1999.            Est. $4,000-8,000

 

155.     David Bixler (Lancaster, Pennsylvania active 1828-1864), ink and watercolor fraktur birth certificate for Rachel Lorah, b. 1861, 12 1/4" x 15 1/2".  Provenance: Bruce Shoemaker, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, August 16, 1992.         Est. $3,000-5,000

 

156.     Pennsylvania painted pine hanging corner cupboard, ca. 1800, retaining an old green surface with a sponge decorated door, 33" h., 25" w.         Est. $3,000-4,000

 

157.     Pennsylvania red, olive, blue, orange, and tan Jacquard coverlet, with bird and floral tree border and rows of rose vines, inscribed Made By I. Unger Willow Street in Lancaster County 1844, 95" x 86". Provenance: Miller and Siegrist, October 1, 1988.         Est. $200-400

 

158.     Purple, green, orange and magenta Jacquard coverlet, ca. 1840, with deer in the corners and floral designs, together with a blue and white overshot coverlet, 80" x 80" and 71" x 96".            Est. $200-300

 

159.     Pennsylvania red and white Jacquard coverlet, with double star border, birds, floral trees, and stars, inscribed Isaac Brubaker 1835, 93" x 84". Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, May 28, 1990.            Est. $200-300

 

160.     Pine barrelback settle, 19th c., 56" h., 87" w. Provenance: Garths Auction, Ohio, July 16, 1983. Est. $600-900

 

161.     Pennsylvania painted poplar hanging box, 19th c., retaining its original red grain decoration, 9 1/2" h., 15" w. Provenance: Ken Farmer, Virginia, August 26, 1995.       Est. $400-800

 

162.     Two Pennsylvania walnut utensil trays, 19th c., 6 1/2" h., 15 1/2" w., 9 1/2" d. and 6" h., 12 3/4" w., 7 3/4" d. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, May 28, 1990; Garths Auction, Ohio, April 17, 1994.   Est. $400-600

 

163.     Madison Mitchell carved and painted swan, signed on base and dated 1980, 19 1/4" h., 32" w. Est. $300-500

 

164.     Pennsylvania walnut slaw board, 19th c., with heart cutout and scalloped base, 22" x 6 1/2". Provenance: Horst Auctions, Pennsylvania, March 28, 1998.           Est. $300-400

 

165.     Primitive straw hearth broom, 52" l.          Est. $300-500

 

166.     Lancaster, Pennsylvania painted pine dower chest, late 18th c., retaining its original green and salmon sponge decoration, 27 1/2" h., 50" w.            Est. $2,000-4,000

 

167.     Georg Friedrich Speyer (Southeastern Pennsylvania active 1774-1801), vibrant printed and hand drawn and colored fraktur birth certificate for Abraham Schlimann, b. 1797, 13" x 15 3/4". For a similar example see Pennsylvania German Fraktur of the Free Library of Philadelphia, fig. 294. Provenance: Bruce Shoemaker, June 8, 1999.           Est. $2,000-4,000

 

168.     Pair of canvasback duck decoys, ca. 1940, with a brass tag, branded L. H. Champney, 17" l.      Est. $300-500

 

169.     Pennsylvania redware loaf dish, 19th c., with trailing yellow slip decoration, 10" x 13 3/4". Provenance: Ada Robacker Estate; Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, May 26, 1989.    Est. $500-1,000

 

170.     Fayette County, Pennsylvania redware bowl, 19th c., signed by the maker Justus L. Blaney (Cookstown 1809-1875), with slip star decoration, 4 1/4" h., 9 1/2" dia. Provenance: Bates House, Greenville, South Carolina, April 11, 1988.   Est. $500-1,000

 

171.     Large Pennsylvania redware mixing bowl, 19th c., 7 1/2" h., 19" dia.     Est. $500-800

 

172.     Willoughby Smith, Womelsdorf, Pennsylvania redware shallow bowl, 19th c., with yellow slip decoration, impressed makers mark on underside, 8" dia.     Est. $500-800

 

173.     European painted hanging cupboard, dated 1787, retaining its original extensive floral decoration, fully fitted interior, and elaborately engraved wrought iron strap hinges, 12 1/2" h., 14" w.  Provenance: Garth's Auction, OH, November 25, 1988, found in Lancaster County.          Est. $1,000-1,500

 

174.     Pennsylvania walnut tavern table, late 18th c., with two drawers and splayed legs joined by a box stretcher, 29" h., 69" w., 30 1/2" d. Provenance: Bruce Shoemaker, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, January 2, 2007.           Est. $2,000-4,000

 

175.     Robert Karl Dietz (American 1931-2004), ink drawing of the Bryson's home, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, signed lower right, 12" x 18". Est. $200-300

 

176.     Ovoid stoneware jug, 19th c., together with a three-gallon crock and a small canning crock, all with cobalt decoration, tallest - 13".           Est. $200-250

 

177.     Pennsylvania rye straw basket, 19th c., 6" h., 11 1/2" w.  Est. $200-250

 

178.     Pennsylvania rye straw basket, 19th c., 11 1/2" h., 13 3/4" w.      Est. $200-400

 

179.     Pennsylvania painted dower chest, late 18th c., retaining its original black sponge decoration on a red ground, 27" h., 45 1/2" w. Provenance: Charlotte Foreman collection, Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, April 30, 1988. Est. $800-1,000

 

180.     Large redware charger, 19th c., with yellow slip decoration, 15 3/4" dia. Provenance: Garths Auction, Ohio, May 23, 1987.            Est. $1,000-2,000

 

181.     Rare Pennsylvania painted pine child's chest of drawers, ca. 1830, possibly by Lehn retaining its original brown and swirl grain decoration with yellow pinstriping, 31" h., 19" w. Provenance: Pook & Pook, Inc., December 6, 2003, lot 68.            Est. $3,000-5,000

 

182.     James McDougal Hart (American 1828-1901), oil on canvas landscape with cow, signed lower left and dated 1876, 14" x 23", retaining its original gilt wood frame. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, May 25, 2002. Est. $1,000-2,000

 

183.     Lancaster County, Pennsylvania painted pine and poplar two-part Dutch cupboard, ca. 1830, retaining its original vibrant faux tiger and crotch grain decoration with smoke decorated doors, 84 1/4" h., 49" w. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, January 3, 2001. Est. $10,000-15,000

 

184.     Oil on canvas, late 19th c., of a young black street urchin standing on a checkerboard floor initialed DBL, 24" x 16". Provenance: Mike Clum, June 6, 2002.       Est. $400-800

 

185.     Three split oak gathering baskets, ca. 1900, largest - 16" h., 14 1/2" w. Provenance: Wildwood Antiques, North Carolina, April 15, 1984 and Hermitage Antique Mall, Tennessee, April 17, 1984.            Est. $200-300

 

186.     Carved and painted swan decoy, mid 20th c., 19" h., 34" w. Provenance: River Edge Farm Antiques, September 15, 1989.           Est. $300-400

 

187.     Lancaster, Pennsylvania painted pine lift lid wood box, 19th c., retaining its original ochre grain decoration, 22 1/2" h., 73" w. Est. $500-800

 

188.     Inlaid walnut foot stool, mid 19th c., with heart, diamond, and circle decoration, 7" h., 18" w., 6 3/4" d. Provenance: Ada Robacker Estate, June 24, 1989. Est. $300-500

 

189.     Wrought iron floor standing candlestand, late 18th c., with adjustable rush light holder, 33 3/4" h.            Est. $800-1,200

 

190.     Jacob or Jonas Weber (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, mid 19th c.), vibrantly painted pine dresser box, retaining its original decoration of flowers and house in a landscape on a yellow ground, inscribed on underside Made in 1850 By, 4 7/8" h., 7 3/8" w. Provenance: Horst Auctions, Pennsylvania, November 14, 1992.    Est. $12,000-18,000

 

191.     John Hoff, Lancaster, Pennsylvania Federal walnut tall case clock, ca. 1805, the eight-day works with painted face and case with allover line inlay, 91 1/2" h. Provenance: Conestoga Auction, August 20, 1983.         Est. $4,000-6,000

 

192.     Lancaster, Pennsylvania Chippendale walnut dressing table, ca. 1770, the thumb molded top overhanging a case with shell and spandrel carved drawer, above a relief carved skirt, supported by cabriole legs terminating in ball in claw feet, 29" h., 38 1/4" w., 24" d.  Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania; descended in a Smoketown, Pennsylvania family.     Est. $10,000-15,000

 

193.     Pennsylvania oil on canvas detailed farmscene, late 19th c., 20" x 28". Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, April 29, 2000. Est. $1,000-1,500

 

194.     Pennsylvania painted poplar blanket chest, ca. 1820, retaining its original red surface with black hearts and swirl decoration, 27 1/2" h., 48" w.          Est. $1,500-2,500

 

195.     York County, Pennsylvania painted pine two-part corner cupboard, ca. 1840, attributed to the Rupp workshop, retaining its original red flame grained decoration, 88" h., 55" w. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, June 17, 1992.           Est. $3,000-4,000

 

196.     Pennsylvania painted pine and poplar canning cupboard, 19th c., retaining its original ochre grain and swirl decoration, 60" h., 32" w.   Est. $1,000-2,000

 

197.     Lancaster, Pennsylvania painted half spindle back settee, 19th c., retaining its original floral decoration on an umber ground, 34 1/2" h., 71" w.   Est. $600-900

 

198.     James McDougal Hart (American 1828-1901), oil on canvas landscape with cow and calf, signed lower right, retaining a period gilt wood frame, 28" x 20". Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, May 25, 2002. Est. $1,000-2,000

 

199.     Lancaster, Pennsylvania painted poplar schrank, ca. 1760, with raised panel doors, retaining its original blue surface, 84 h., 57" w.     Est. $6,000-8,000

 

200.     Miniature Pennsylvania painted pine blanket chest, ca. 1800, inscribed inside the lid Noah R. J. Hare Esq and Rasha Hare, retaining its original red and yellow decorated surface, 12 3/4" h., 19 3/4" w. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, June 21, 1997.           Est. $5,000-8,000

 

201.     Pennsylvania Compass Artist painted poplar dome lid box, 19th c., retaining its original floral decoration on a blue/green ground, 4" h., 4 1/2" w. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, May 27, 1991.  For a similar example see Pook & Pook, Inc., October 27, 2012, lot 313, collection of Paul Flack.  Est. $8,000-12,000

 

202.     Delaware Valley five-slat ladderback side chair, 18th c., retaining an old Spanish brown surface. Provenance: Bruce Shoemaker, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, November 1, 1993.         Est. $300-500

 

203.     Watercolor profile folk portrait of a gentleman, ca. 1840, inscribed verso Grandpa Wilson, Lottie M. Leber, 5" x 3 1/2". Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, April 7, 1990.     Est. $200-400

 

204.     Continuous arm Windsor chair, ca. 1815, retaining an old blue surface. Provenance: Rose Hilley, Glenmoore, Pennsylvania, April 3, 1987.      Est. $300-500

 

205.     Pennsylvania walnut Queen Anne birdcage candlestand, ca. 1800, with a dished top and bird cage support, retaining an old historic surface, 28" h., 19 1/2" w. Provenance: Bruce Shoemaker, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, April 10, 1997. Est. $1,500-2,500

 

206.     Pennsylvania trundle bed, 19th c., retaining both its side boards and headboards, 19 1/2" h., 69 1/2" w., 44 3/4" d.  Est. $150-250

 

207.     Lancaster County, Pennsylvania walnut schrank, ca. 1800, the molded cornice over tombstone panel doors with rattail hinges, resting on a two-drawer base supported by French feet, 83" h., 68" w. Provenance: Baldwin Antiques, June 10, 1990.         Est. $5,000-7,000

 

208.     Pennsylvania Chippendale walnut tall chest, ca. 1790, with quarter columns and ogee bracket feet, 66 1/4" h., 39 1/2" w.  Est. $3,000-4,000

 

209.     Pennsylvania walnut document box, 18th c., purportedly from the Ephrata Cloisters, retaining its original wrought iron hardware, 11 1/2" h., 31" w. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, November 16, 1990.   Est. $3,000-4,000

 

210.     Lancaster County, Pennsylvania red, green, blue, and tan jacquard coverlet, divided in blocks with floral, leaf, and geometric designs, inscribed 1841 Leacock Township Lan. Cou. A. Rohrer, 86" x 86". Provenance: Bruce Shoemaker, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, July 24, 1995.         Est. $300-500

 

211.     Pennsylvania red, blue, green, and white jacquard coverlet, ca. 1845, with scrolled leaf and flower border, with sheaf of wheat and leaf patterns, 98" x 86".       Est. $150-250

 

212.     Rare Newmanstown, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania red, light green, blue, and tan jacquard coverlet, with double star border, birds, trees, floral and leaf designs, inscribed Henry Philpy 1836 New St. Davit Kaill, 95" x 80". This is one of only four known. Provenance: Sandra Derr, March 8, 1992.   Est. $500-800

 

213.     Pine folding quilt rack, 19th c., 45 1/2" h., 109" w. Provenance: Old Feed Mill Auctions, Boonton, New Jersey, March 30, 1984. Est. $400-600

 

214.     Pennsylvania painted pine cradle, 19th c., possibly Mahontongo Valley, Pennsylvania, retaining its original salmon surface with blue panels and potato stamp decoration, 21" h., 38" w. Provenance: Ada Robacker Estate, Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, May 27, 1989.        Est. $1,000-2,000

 

215.     Felt covered hobby horse, late 19th c., with a red painted base, 30" h., 32" w. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, November 18, 1989. Est. $500-800

 

216.     Southeastern Pennsylvania watercolor fraktur drawing dated 1832, depicting a bird on a tulip branch, inscribed verso Barbara Frey, 4 5/8" x 3 3/4". Provenance: Conestoga Auction, Pennsylvania, June 7, 2003.   Est. $600-900

 

217.     Henry Lapp (Lancaster, Pennsylvania 1862-1904), two watercolor drawings of a team of horses and two cats wrestling, both signed on verso, 3 1/4" x 4 1/4" and 3 1/2" x 4 5/8". Provenance: Horses - Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, November 15, 1997.   Est. $400-700

 

218.     Christian Strenge (Lancaster, Pennsylvania active 1787-1820), ink and watercolor fraktur bookplate with bird and potted flowers, housed in a Lancaster song book, dated 1804, 6 3/4" x 4". Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, November 23, 1996.      Est. $1,000-1,500

 

219.     Barbara Ebersol (Lancaster, Pennsylvania active 1860-1920), ink and watercolor fraktur bookplate for Elizabeth Kinnig, dated 1879, housed in a Lancaster Bible dated 1890. Provenance: Horst Auctions, Pennsylvania, May 29, 1999.         Est. $400-700

 

220.     Four framed ink problem book pages, 19th c., signed Jacob Burkholder, 12" x 14 3/4".            Est. $150-250

 

221.     Jacob or Jonas Weber (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, mid 19th c.), painted pine dresser box, retaining its original decoration of flowers and house in a landscape on a rare orange ground, 2 1/8" h., 4 1/4" w. Provenance: Horst Auctions, Pennsylvania, November 23, 1991. Est. $5,000-10,000

 

222.     Ferraghan carpet, early 20th c., 12'4" x 8'6". Provenance: Old Feed Mill Auction, Boonton, New Jersey, March 7, 1986.            Est. $3,000-6,000

 

223.     Pennsylvania red, blue, green, and white jacquard coverlet, ca. 1840, with floral, sheaf of wheat, and leaf patterns, 97" x 88". Provenance: Rose Hilley, Glenmoore, Pennsylvania, July 10, 1988.  Est. $200-300

 

224.     Pieced red and white bar quilt, early 20th c., purportedly Adamstown area, 81" x 71".  Est. $200-400

 

225.     Pennsylvania red, green, blue, and tan jacquard coverlet, ca. 1840, with tulips, flowers, and leaf designs, inscribed John & Maria Borneman, 93" x 97".        Est. $300-400

 

226.     Large painted pine settle bench, 19th c., retaining an old umber surface, 72" h., 79" w.  Est. $800-1,200

 

227.     Wrought iron coal carrier, 19th c., together with two bedwarmers, 37 1/2" l. and 42 1/2" l. Provenance: Garth's Auction, Ohio, April, 1990 and May, 1995.     Est. $200-400

 

228.     Unusual pine candlemold, 19th c., with redware tubes, 14 3/4" h., 24 1/2" w. Provenance: Bruce Shoemaker, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, March 19, 1995.         Est. $400-800

 

229.     Large Pennsylvania rye straw basket, 19th c., with bentwood handles, 11" h., 20 1/2" w.          Est. $500-1,000

 

230.     Continental painted bentwood brides box, 19th c., retaining its original decoration with a couple in a landscape on the lid and floral bands on the sides, 8" h., 20 1/2" w. Provenance: Rose Hilley, Glenmoore, Pennsylvania, July, 1986.           Est. $400-700

 

231.     Pennsylvania pine cradle, late 19th c., with painted floral sprays and heart cutouts, 15" h., 31" w.            Est. $300-400

 

232.     Child's rush seat armchair, 19th c., 19 1/2" h.       Est. $200-400

 

233.     Attributed to Arthur Armstrong (Lancaster, Pennsylvania 1798-1851), pair of oil on canvas portraits of a husband and wife, 30" x 25". Provenance: Steve Cherry, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.    Est. $1,500-2,500

 

234.     Jacob Gorgas, Ephrata, Pennsylvania Chippendale walnut tall case clock, ca. 1780, with eight-day works, painted face and case with fluted quarter columns, 100" h. Provenance: Rose Hilley, Glenmoore, Pennsylvania, September 7, 1987.          Est. $3,000-5,000

 

235.     Exceptional Lancaster or Reading, Pennsylvania Chippendale mahogany tea table, ca. 1775, with a round two board top with dish rim and swag carved baluster standard and shell carved legs terminating in ball in claw feet, 27 1/2" h., 33" w. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, October 27, 2000; collection of Titus Geesey. Est. $4,000-8,000

 

236.     Punched tin chandelier, 19th c., with six arms and candlecups, 17" h., 25 1/2" w. Provenance: Chattanooga, Tennessee.         Est. $800-1,200

 

237.     George III style mahogany open armchair.           Est. $300-500

 

238.     Pair of brass beehive candlesticks, late 19th c., together with a make-do gimbaled kettle lamp and scissor snuffers, tallest - 9 1/2" h. Provenance: Candlesticks - Garth's Auction, Ohio, February 17, 1984; Lamp - Peter Deen, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, September 16, 1994.    Est. $150-250

 

239.     Collection of Lancaster County ephemera, early/mid 19th c., to include ledgers, copybooks, religious texts, etc., sixteen volumes, together with a Public Sale of livestock broadside.   Est. $400-800

 

240.     George II mahogany drop-leaf dining table, ca. 1760, 28" h., 15" w., 48" d.       Est. $300-500

 

241.     Jacob Maentel (American 1763-1863), watercolor folk portrait of a woman holding a flower with rolling hills in the background, 13 1/2"x 11 1/2". Provenance: Conestoga Auction, Pennsylvania, November 8, 2003.     Est. $4,000-7,000

 

242.     Susan Waters (American 1823-1900), oil on canvas landscape with sheep and a dog, signed and inscribed verso Bordentown, N.J, retains a period gilt wood frame, 24" x 36". Provenance: Gustave White, Rhode Island, July, 1993.       Est. $3,000-5,000

 

243.     Set of six Lancaster County painted plank seat dining chairs, 19th c., retaining their original floral decoration on an umber ground.         Est. $700-900

 

244.     Jacob or Jonas Weber (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, mid 19th c.), painted pine dresser box, retaining its original decoration of flowers and a house in a landscape on a red ground, 2 7/8" h., 5 1/4" w. Provenance: John Staubach, Fivepointsville, Pennsylvania, August 19, 1992.        Est. $3,000-5,000

 

245.     Jacob or Jonas Weber 9Lancaster County, Pennsylvania), small Pennsylvania carved and painted songbird, late 19th c., retaining its original polychrome surface, 2 3/4" h. Exhibited at the Heritage Center Museum, Lancaster, PA, 1990's.  Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, November 14, 1992.   Est. $800-1,200

 

246.     Silk on linen sampler, early 19th c., wrought by Zerviah Cory, 10 1/2" x 11".      Est. $150-250

 

247.     Pennsylvania stoneware cake crock and lid, 19th c., with cobalt floral decoration, 7 1/2" h., 11 1/2" w. Provenance: Howard Shaub, Willow Street, Pennsylvania, July 28, 2001.          Est. $300-500

 

248.     Pennsylvania rye straw basket, 19th c., with bentwood handles, 6 1/4" h., 19" w. Provenance: Machmer sale, Conestoga Auction, Pennsylvania, November 4, 2000.        Est. $500-1,000

 

249.     Pennsylvania 1 1/2 gallon stoneware cake crock, 19th c., with cobalt floral decoration, 6 1/4" h., 11 1/2" w. Provenance: Whyte Auctions, August 26, 2000.       Est. $300-400

 

250.     Pennsylvania painted poplar blanket chest, early 19th c., retaining its original swirl grained surface, the escutcheon outlined with a sgrafitto star device, 25 1/4" h., 46" w.       Est. $1,000-2,000

 

251.     Carved and painted Canada goose decoy, ca. 1930, 23" l. Provenance: Peter Deen, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, January 18, 1994.        Est. $200-300

 

252.     Pennsylvania walnut slaw board, 19th c., with heart cutout, 20" x 7 3/4". Provenance: Horst Auctions, Pennsylvania, October 19, 1996.   Est. $100-200

 

253.     Pennsylvania walnut slaw board, 19th c., with heart cutout, 21" x 6 1/2". Provenance: Horst Auctions, Pennsylvania, August 3, 1996.       Est. $100-200

 

254.     Pennsylvania walnut slaw board, 19th c., with heart cutout, 20" x 6 3/4".            Est. $100-200

 

255.     Pennsylvania tin punched tin coffeepot, 19th c., with floral and heart decoration, 10" h. Provenance: Ada Robacker Estate; Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, June 23, 1989. Est. $1,000-2,000

 

256.     American hooked rug with bowl of fruit with butterflies, early/mid 20th c., 27 1/2" x 37 1/2".            Est. $300-500

 

257.     Lithograph of Pennsylvania interest, titled Birds Eye View of the Centennial Buildings and Grounds, Fairmount Park, 18 1/2" x 22 3/4".            Est. $200-300

 

258.     Painted pine gameboard, 19th c., retaining its original red and yellow decoration, 24 1/2" x 19".            Est. $400-800

 

259.     Jacob or Jonas Weber (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, mid 19th c.), unusual painted pine slide lid box, retaining its original floral decoration on a dark blue ground, 2 1/4" h., 7" w., 4" d. Provenance: Rose Hilley, Glenmoore, Pennsylvania, June 12, 1987.            Est. $3,000-5,000

 

260.     Jacob Maentel (American 1763-1863), watercolor profile folk portrait of a gentleman in a blue frock coat, retaining a period frame with inside ribbon border, 11 1/2" x 9 1/2".   Est. $4,000-6,000

 

261.     Painted pine hobby horse rocker, 19th c., retaining its original paint decorated surface, 21" h., 37 1/4" w. Est. $200-400

 

262.     Pennsylvania walnut slaw board, 19th c., with heart cutout and pinwheel carvings, 16 1/4" x 7".            Est. $200-300

 

263.     Pair of painted ladderback side chairs, early 19th c., retaining old black surfaces. Provenance: Old Feed Mill Auctions, New Jersey, September 23, 1983.         Est. $150-200

 

264.     Watercolor theorem of a basket of fruit, 20th c., bearing the signature of Jane R. Custis, 7 1/2" x 9 1/2".     Est. $400-800

 

265.     Jacob Medinger (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 1856-1932), two-handled redware vase, 11" h. Provenance: Conestoga Auction, Pennsylvania, November 13, 2004.      Est. $500-1,000

 

266.     Stoneware pitcher, 19th c., probably Virginia, with cobalt floral decoration, 11" h. Provenance: Ted Maurer, Zionsville, Pennsylvania, September 28, 1985.        Est. $600-900

 

267.     Lancaster County, Pennsylvania painted poplar child's drysink, 19th c., retaining its original ochre grain decoration, 20 3/4" h., 24" w. Provenance: Pook & Pook, Inc., December 1, 2001.      Est. $1,000-1,500

 

268.     Frisian style carved cherry dresser box, 19th c., 8 1/2" h., 11 3/4" w.      Est. $300-500

 

269.     Roomsize oval braided rug, 17' x 12'.          Est. $800-1,200

 

270.     Bill Heverin canvasback duck decoy, stamped Clark, together with another canvasback labeled Charles Graham, 15 1/2" l. Provenance: Peter Deen, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1994.         Est. $200-400

 

271.     Painted pine wall cupboard, early 19th c., with a single double raised panel door, retaining an old red surface, 39" h., 31" w. Provenance: Davies Auction, Ohio, July 15, 1988.         Est. $1,500-2,500

 

272.     Wrought iron floor standing candlestand, late 18th c., 27 1/2" h. Provenance: Garths Auction, Ohio, May 5, 1989.     Est. $400-800

 

273.     Wrought iron bird spit, 18th c., 27 1/2" h. Provenance: Garths Auction, Ohio, April 21, 1990.   Est. $400-700

 

274.     Jacob or Jonas Weber (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, mid 19th c.), painted pine dresser box dated 1851, retaining its original decoration of flowers and house in a landscape on a yellow ground, inscribed on underside Peter S. Clarks box 1851 This is a fine box, 5 1/2" h., 10 1/4" w. Provenance: Garths Auctions, Ohio, April 20, 2001, lot 126.        Est. $4,000-6,000

 

275.     Pennsylvania painted rope bed, 19th c., retaining its original red surface, 37" h., 53 1/2" w., 82 1/2" d.         Est. $200-400

 

276.     Blue painted pull cart, late 19th c., 22 1/2" h. Provenance: Rose Hilley, Glenmoore, Pennsylvania, October 6, 1985.         Est. $400-600

 

277.     Child's painted Coaster Express wagon, late 19th c., stenciled White Wagon Works, Sheboygan Falls, Wis., 47" l. Provenance: Howard Shaub, September 17, 1994.           Est. $200-400

 

278.     Large Pennsylvania pine quilt rack, 76" h., 108" w.          Est. $200-400

 

279.     Collection of twelve painted cast iron Amish figures, early 20th c., to include doorstops, bookends, and paperweights, tallest - 8 3/4". Provenance: Howard Shaub, Willow Street, Pennsylvania, July 28, 2001.   Est. $400-800

 

280.     Cast iron William Tell mechanical bank, by J. & E. Stevens. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, January 3, 2001.          Est. $400-600

 

281.     Simon North, Middletown Connecticut flintlock pistol, Model 1819, with US proof mark on barrel and faint cartouche on left wrist, 10" barrel.  Est. $400-600

 

282.     Screw barrel single shot boot pistol, early 19th c., stamped H. E. Leman Lanc. Pa, 6" l., together with another boot pistol marked 868, 6 1/2" l. Provenance: Pook & Pook, Inc. , June 14, 2002.     Est. $300-500

 

283.     English mahogany banjo barometer, 19th c., inscribed A.C. Conti, with shell and floral inlays, 38 1/2" h. Provenance: Garths Auction, Ohio, January 5, 1985. Est. $250-350

 

284.     Pennsylvania Chippendale walnut tall chest, ca. 1775, with fluted quarter columns, tall ogee feet and highly figured drawer fronts, 59 1/2" h., 42" w.  Est. $2,000-4,000

 

285.     Jacob Maentel (American 1763-1863), watercolor folk portrait of John Martin Litzel in front of his family's farm near Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, 9 3/4" x 7 3/4". Provenance: Conestoga Auctions, Pennsylvania, June 7, 2003.   Est. $8,000-12,000

 

286.     New England walnut slant front desk, 19th c., 45 1/4" h., 39 3/4" w.       Est. $400-600

 

287.     Ironstone Candia tea and coffee service, forty pieces, together with two white ironstone platters and a soup bowl.    Est. $300-500

 

288.     Lancaster County Pennsylvania silver ladle, ca. 1790, bearing the touch of Lewis Heck, 15 1/2" l. 6.6 ozt. Provenance: Jeff Roland, August 22, 1995.  Est. $300-400

 

289.     Six silver teaspoons by George Franciscus Jr.,  5 1/2" l, 1.8 ozt. Franciscus worked in both Baltimore and Lancaster. Provenance: Jeff Roland, August 22, 1995.          Est. $200-300

 

290.     Silk on linen sampler dated 1815, wrought by Sarah Bolton, 21" x 10 3/4". Provenance: Sara Good Estate, October 28, 1989.       Est. $500-800

 

291.     Carved niddy-noddy, 19th c., with crosshatch decoration, 18" h. Provenance: Garths Auction, Ohio, April 17, 1994.            Est. $100-200

 

292.     Mohair teddy bear, early 20th c., probably Steiff, together with a bear pull toy, a stuffed rabbit, a pull cart, and Heubach bisque head doll. Provenance: Cart - Sara Good Estate, October 28, 1989; Doll - Ron Funk, Strasburg, Pennsylvania, November 14, 1987; Bear - Howard Shaub, Willow Street, Pennsylvania, August 25, 200l           Est. $200-400

 

293.     Three strands of antique brass sleigh bells, longest - 93". Provenance: Howard Shaub, November 20, 1997.         Est. $400-600

 

294.     Large collection of antique Christmas ornaments, together with a fabric Santa Claus, 25" h. Provenance: Rose Hilley, Glenmoore, Pennsylvania, October 19, 1986.      Est. $200-400

 

295.     Two pieced quilts, ca. 1900, 72" x 69" and 81" x 65".         Est. $150-250

 

296.     Three Lancaster Pennsylvania embroidered show towels, 19th c., one dated 1838, one dated 1834, and another undated, together with a linen table throw with crewelwork corners. Provenance: 1838 towel - Israel Swarey, Bareville, August 7, 1989.      Est. $300-500

 

297.     Mid Atlantic walnut one-piece corner cupboard, ca. 1800, 82" h., 46 1/2" w. Provenance: Libby Paulus, Ohio, November 23, 1987.     Est. $800-1,000

 

298.     American oil on canvas portrait of a gentleman, mid 19th c., retains original giltwood frame, 36" x 28".      Est. $400-700

 

299.     Cumberland County, Pennsylvania red, olive, blue, and tan jacquard coverlet, with star border and floral designs, inscribed Charles Young Mechanicsburg Pennsylvania 1841 Thomas Fisher, 89" x 84". Provenance: Bruce Shoemaker, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, July 24, 1995.         Est. $150-250

 

300.     Four brass single-arm student lamps.         Est. $200-300

 

301.     Four Pennsylvania wrought iron and brass utensils, 19th c., to include a strainer, two ladles, and a flesh fork.        Est. $300-400

 

302.     Iron hearth equipment, to include a crown hanger, two skillets, and three serving utensils.         Est. $200-400

 

303.     Two painted cast iron dog doorstops, together with a terrier lawn figure and an elephant still bank, tallest - 14 1/2".           Est. $200-400

 

304.     Metalware, 19th c., to include a dough scraper, two fat lamps, a decorated hasp, cookie cutters, etc. Provenance: Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, October 8, 1994, November 19, 1999 and April 29, 2000.            Est. $300-500

 

305.     Pewter, early 19th c., to include a plate marked by Richard Austin, 7 7/8" dia., three beakers, and two spoons. Provenance: Horst Auction, Ada Robacker estate, June 24, 1989.   Est. $150-200

 

306.     Four Pennsylvania wrought iron and brass utensils, 19th c., to include two ladles and two strainers.          Est. $300-400

 

307.     Woodenware, to include two slaw boards, a painted frame, a pitcher, and utensil tray. Provenance: Slaw boards - Old Feed Mill Antiques, Boonton, New Jersey, March 16, 1984; Tray - Carolina Dogwood Antiques, October 28, 1989; Frame - David Rumsey, April 13, 1994; Pitcher - Horst Auction, Pennsylvania, May 18, 1996.           Est. $200-400

 

308.     Redware recumbent spaniel together with a fish mold and bust of Robert Burns, late 19th c., 9 1/2" l, 11 3/4" l., 9" h. Est. $200-300

 

309.     Five pieces of assorted redware, 19th c., tallest - 6 1/4".    Est. $150-250

 

310.     Lancaster, Pennsylvania painted plank seat rocking chair, late 19th c., together with a ladderback rocker and highchair. Provenance: Carrie Beck, Quarryville, Pennsylvania, January 13, 1989.       Est. $200-400

 

311.     Pennsylvania pine and poplar drysink, late 19th c., 32 3/4" h., 35 3/4" w.          Est. $200-400

 

312.     Federal inlaid mahogany card table, ca. 1805, 28 1/2" h., 37" w. Provenance: Carrie Beck, Quarryville, Pennsylvania, January 13, 1969.            Est. $300-500

 

313.     Painted Windsor highchair, ca. 1830, retaining its original black surface with yellow highlights.            Est. $400-700

 

314.     Set of five Lancaster County painted plank seat chairs, 19th c., retaining their original floral decoration on a light brown ground.  Est. $400-500

 

315.     Sterling silver and turquoise squash blossom necklace, with horseshoe medallion, 17" l., together with a sterling silver and turquoise ring and a pair of clip-on and screw-back earrings.       Est. $400-800

 

316.     Pearl necklace, 19" l. Est. $150-250

 

317.     Miscellaneous costume jewelry, to include necklaces, bracelets, clip-on earrings, etc.      Est. $50-100

 

318.     Italian 14K gold bracelet, 7 3/4" l., 26.3 dwt.         Est. $400-600

 

319.     14K gold bracelet, 7 1/4", 26.9 dwt  Est. $400-600

 

320.     Italian 14K gold necklace, 17 1/2" l., 26.4 dwt.      Est. $400-600

 

321.     14K gold and diamond bracelet, with alternating pavé set bands of diamond chips, 7" l. Est. $500-800

 

 




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