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Auctioneer Horst Auctioneers 717-738-3080
Auction Date Sep 13 Auction
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Ephrata, PA
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Lot: 1 - Clews pearlware blue edged deep dish

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware deep dish, new indented style, molded blue chevron rim with adjacent molded floral cartouches, central blue floral design of three flowers with brownish-orange centers; impressed on base "Clews Warranted

Lot: 2 - English pearlware blue shell edged platter

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware oval platter with blue shell edged rim and a blue central design of three flowers with yellowish donut centers, 1"x 8 1/2"x 11 1/4"; Condition: good

Lot: 3 - English pearlware blue edged cup plate

ca. 1830; English Staffordshire pearlware cup plate with blue edged rim and a blue central design of three with yellowish donut centers, 4"d; Conditon: good

Lot: 4 - English pearlware dome top coffee pot

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware coffee pot with dome top lid with an acorn finial, blue floral designs, ornate handle with molded acanthus details, 6 1/4"d, 11"h; Condition: Small edge flakes on handle, otherwise in choice condition

Lot: 5 - English pearlware blue decorated handleless cup &

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware handleless cup and saucer with good blue floral design and saucer impressed "Adams" on base, 4"d, 2 1/4"h cup; 5 3/4"d, 1 1/4"h saucer; Condition: 1/8" flake saucer foot ring

Lot: 6 - Pair of English pearlware child's handleless cups

ca. 1825; pair of English Staffordshire pearlware handleless cups & saucers, child size with good blue floral designs, 2 1/4"d, 1 1/4"h cups; 3 3/4" & 3 1/2"d, 1 1/4"h saucers; Condition: cups slightly discolored, (1 cup) 1" interior rim line (not

Lot: 7 - English pearlware blue shell edged charger

ca. 1815; English Staffordshire pearlware charger with blue shell edged, scalloped rim with a yellow urn of polychromal flowers design (blue, green, orange and yellow) in center, 14 1/2"d, 1 1/4"h; Condition: 1/8" rim flake; spot of rim wear

Lot: 8 - English pearlware blue bird transfer toddy plate

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware toddy plate, blue bird transfer and blue shell edged rim, 4 3/4"d; Condition: 1/8" & smaller rim edge flakes

Lot: 9 - English pearlware decorated creamer

ca. 1830; English Staffordshire pearlware slightly bulbous creamer, blue and yellow floral design acanthus molded handle terminals, 3 1/2"d, 3 3/4"h; Condition: good

Lot: 10 - English pearlware blue shell edged seal of the

ca. 1820; English Staffordshire pearlware plate with blue shell edged scalloped rim with central Seal of the United States polychromal motif (blue, brown, green and yellow), eagle with shield breast grasping arrows and olive branch, 13 stars over

Lot: 11 - English pearlware blue transfer of a child &

ca. 1810; English Staffordshire pearlware cup plate with blue transfer of a gentleman seated in a Chippendale chair and a child playing horse ridding with a molded fan/palmate border, 3 3/4"d; Condition: good

Lot: 12 - Large English pearlware floral decorated tankard

ca. 1825; large English Staffordshire pearlware tankard, cylindrical shape with a tooled base, five color palette floral motif (blue brown, green, orange and yellow), 4"d, 6"h; Condition: good

Lot: 13 - 2 English pearlware handleless cups & saucers

ca. 1820; 2 English Staffordshire pearlware handleless cups and saucers with floral motifs in brown, green and orange; and blue, brown, green and orange; 3 3/4"d, 2 1/4"h cups; 5 3/4"d, 1 1/4"h saucers; Condition: minor flea bite edge flakes

Lot: 14 - Pair of English pearlware small plates

ca. 1830; pair of English Staffordshire pearlware small plates (large toddy plates) with pair of blue rings on rim and border, polychromal floral design in center (blue, brown, green and orange) and an indented rim, 5 1/4"d; Condition: good

Lot: 15 - Footed English pearlware bowl

ca. 1820; English Staffordshire pearlware footed bowl with central five polychromal floral decoration (blue, brown green, orange and yellow) and a paneled border, 8 3/4"d, 3 3/4"h; Condition: 3/8" foot ring flake

Lot: 16 - English pearlware creamer

ca. 1820; slightly bulbous creamer with four polychromal tulip design (blue, brown, green and yellow), 2 1/2"d, 3 1/4"h; Condition: good

Lot: 17 - English pearlware creamer

ca. 1820; slightly bulbous creamer with sparrow beaked spout, folky bird motif in four colors (blue, brown, green and yellow), 3"d, 4"h; Condition: slight glaze wear on tip of spout

Lot: 18 - English pearlware child's handleless cup & saucer

ca. 1820; English Staffordshire pearlware child's handleless cup and saucer with four color yellow roundel flower (blue, green, orange and yellow), 2 1/2"d, 1 1/2"h cup; 4"d, 3/4"h saucer; Condition: good

Lot: 19 - English pearlware child's toy dish

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware child's toy dish with blue rim with greenish and brownish orange floral vine border and central floral design in same palette, 3"d; Condition: good

Lot: 20 - English pearlware child's handleless cup & saucer

ca. 1810; English Staffordshire pearlware child's handleless cup and saucer with floral swag border decorated in blue, orange-brown and teal green with simple four bud flower, 2 1/2"d, 1 1/2"h cup; 4 1/4"d, 1"h saucer; Condition: good

Lot: 21 - English pearlware handleless cup & saucer

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware handleless cup & saucer with brown rim and polychromal floral stem decorated in blue, brown, green and a mix of brownish-yellow and orange-brown, 3 1/2"d, 2 1/4"h cup; 5 1/4"d, 1 1/4"h saucer; Condition: cup

Lot: 22 - English pearlware child's handleless cup & saucer

ca. 1815; English Staffordshire pearlware child's handleless cup and saucer decorated with a polychromal peafowl within foliage, colored in blue, brown, green, orange and yellow, 1 3/4"d, 1"h cup; 3 1/4"d, 3/4"h saucer; Condition: good

Lot: 23 - English pearlware peafowl in foliage, blue shell

ca. 1815; English Staffordshire pearlware blue shell edged plate with polychromal peafowl in foliage motif, colored in blue, brown, green and orange, 7 3/4"d; Condition: small edge flakes, slight discoloration

Lot: 24 - 2 small English pearlware blue edged plates

ca. 1810; blue shell edged child's toy plate, 3 1/4"d, Condition: discolored, otherwise good; slightly scalloped rim with molded rope rim and palmate and dart border cup plate, 4 1/4"d, Condition: good

Lot: 25 - English pearlware blue shell edged plate with

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware blue shell edged plate with polychromal basket of flowers design; colored in blue, brown, green and brownish-orange, 8 1/4"d; Condition: flea bite rim flake

Lot: 26 - English creamware green shell edged plate with a

ca. 1800; English Staffordshire creamware green shell edged plate with a peafowl in black, orangey-brown and brownish-yellow among green sponged foliage and black branches, 8 3/4"d; Condition: slight glaze losses on rim edge

Lot: 27 - English creamware green shell edged plate with a

ca. 1800; English Staffordshire creamware scalloped green shell edged plate with a multi-flowered stem design in blue, brown, green and brownish-yellow, 6 1/4"d; Condition: some glaze losses on rim edges

Lot: 28 - English creamware green shell edged cup plate with

ca. 1800; English Staffordshire creamware scalloped green shell edged cup plate with a polychromal peafowl (blue, brownish orange and yellow) within green sponged foliage with brown branches, 4 1/4"d; Condition: good

Lot: 29 - PA Willoughby Smith slipware pie dish

ca. 1885; PA slipware drape molded pie dish with central yellow slip wavy line applied with a one quill slip cup, bracketed by a pair of yellow slip curlicues; impressed on bottom "W Smith/ Womelsdorf" (Willoughby Smith, Womelsdorf, PA), 7"d, 1"h;

Lot: 30 - PA Willoughby Smith redware jelly jar

ca. 1885; PA redware slightly bulbous jelly jar with iron spotted brown lead glaze, rounded collared rim above an incised neck ring, tooled foot, impressed "W Smith/ Womelsdorf", 5"d, 5 1/4"h; Condition: some glaze losses on edges

Lot: 31 - 2 small PA redware food molds

ca. 1880; PA redware round food molds (Turks heads): eight ribbed taper sided mold with open central cone, yellowish-brown lead glaze on brown, 5"d, 2"h, Condition: some small edge flakes; 17 ribbed taper sided mold with a closed off central cone,

Lot: 32 - PA redware master salt

ca. 1885; PA redware master salt, rimmed basin supported on a pedestal base with yellow-toned brown lead glaze, 2 3/4"d, 2 1/4"h; Condition: glaze losses on edges

Lot: 33 - Pair of Christian Link PA redware jelly jars

ca. 1880; pair of PA slightly bulbous jelly jar with slightly canted rims, glossy manganese lead glazing, impressed "C Link" on bases (Christian Link, Stonetown, PA), 4 1/4"d, 3 3/4"h; Condition: edge flakes & glaze losses on rims

Lot: 34 - PA redware manganese sponged redware honey pot

ca. 1870; PA handled redware slightly bulbous honey pot with manganese sponging on a brown lead glaze, plain slightly everted neck, strap handle, two incised collar ring and tooled foot, Lebanon Valley origin, 5"d, 6 1/4"h; Condition: slight edge

Lot: 35 - PA slipware cup plate

ca. 1850; PA slipware drape molded cup plate with central yellow slip "S" made by a three-quill slip cup on a reddish-brown lead glaze bracketed by a pair of three dot applications and coggled rim, southeastern PA origin, 4 1/2"d, 1"h; Condition:

Lot: 36 - 2 PA redware jelly jars

ca. 1875; slightly bulbous jelly jars with rolled collared rims and tooled feet, brown and reddish-brown lead glaze, southeastern PA origin; 5 1/4"d, 5 1/2"h & 5 1/4"d, 5 3/4"h, Condition: Both have rim glaze losses & some glaze flakes on foot

Lot: 37 - PA mottled redware pouring bowl

ca. 1865; PA redware handled pouring bowl, taper sided with a pinched spout, incised neck ring, sponged manganese on a pumpkin, yellow-brown lead glaze, strap handle with two raised vertical ridges and a tooled foot, southeastern PA origin, 5 1/2"d,

Lot: 38 - PA miniature redware crock with manganese legend

ca. 1885; PA miniature redware slightly bulbous crock with manganese inscribed ST (?) McKee legend on side, flattened tooled rim, probably southeastern PA origin, 2"d, 2"h; Conditon: pin point rim glaze flake

Lot: 39 - Small PA redware flower pot

ca. 1885; small PA redware flower pot with attached saucer, manganese sponging with yellow lead glaze splashed on brown, rounded tooled rim over two incised rings, cupped saucer with slightly everted foot, probably Lebanon Valley, PA origin, 4 3/4"d,

Lot: 40 - 2 PA redware jelly jars

ca. 1875; slightly bulbous jelly jars with rolled collard rim and tooled feet, reddish-brown lead glaze, southeastern PA origin, 4 1/4"d, 4 1/4"h; Condition: surface flaking on rims & feet

Lot: 41 - PA redware Turkshead food mold

ca. 1880; PA redware round food mold with 18 ribbed tapered sided mold with open central cone and brown lead glaze with olive and yellow-brown toning, southeastern PA origin, 8"d, 3 3/4"h; Condition: good

Lot: 42 - John Bell manganese glaze vase

ca. 1860; John Bell manganese glaze vase in baluster shape with a hollow foot, impressed "John Bell" on foot, 3"d, 6"h; Condition: good

Lot: 43 - PA redware handled apple butter crock

ca. 1885; PA redware handled apple butter crock, slightly bulbous with overall brown lead glaze, plain slightly everted neck, strap handle with two incised vertical lines, two incised collar rings and tooled foot, 7 1/4"d, 6 3/4"h; Condition: good

Lot: 44 - Fine Lehnware goblet

ca. mid-late 19th century; turned wood with Lehn's traditional black, green and red turned pedestal base and stem, traditional salmon paint ground with stylized peony bud design on chalice and pussy willow band on rim and interior with traditional

Lot: 45 - Lehnware water bucket with loose handle

ca. mid-late 19th century; wooden water bucket in coopered construction with wire rod swing handle, wooden grip on metal clips, bucket with salmon sponge paint decoration on exterior with three metal bands painted black and accented with Lehn's

Lot: 46 - Lehnware covered saffron

ca. mid-late 19th century; turned wood covered saffron box with Lehn's traditional black, green, red step turned foot and stem, chalice with salmon ground, strawberry flower design with red petals and black and yellow accent; seated lid with

Lot: 47 - Lehnware covered saffron box

ca. mid-late 19th century; turned wood lidded saffron cup with Lehn's traditional black, green, red stepped foot and stem, chalice with salmon ground and strawberry flower design accent; flowers red with yellow and black paint accent; seated lid with

Lot: 48 - Rare Lehnware cup & saucer

ca. mid-late 19th century; attributed to Joseph Lehn, Elizabeth Twp., Lancaster Co., PA turned wood child's turned cup and bowl shaped saucer, decorated with a yellow ground, foot and rim accented with blue-black paint, the outside surface is painted

Lot: 49 - Lehn type master salt

ca. mid-late 19th century; turned wood footed master salt with Lehn's traditional stepped foot and stem, however paint colors toned differently than Lehn's traditional homemade paints; cup of salt with green ground, red polychrome lip, the field of

Lot: 50 - Pair of carved wrens by E. Yeagle

ca. 1950-pre-2000; attributed to late Ethel Yeagle of North Orwell, Bradford Co, PA carved walnut wren and placed on pine root carved base with varnish of tongue oil finish, each inscribed on base by artist P.T.L. - E. Yeagle, 2 3/4"x 2"x 2 3/4" & 2

Lot: 51 - Enlgish ironstone blue spatter plate of a folly

ca. 1845; Enlgish Staffordshire ironstone blue spatter with a folly motif (often caled fort) in black, reddish-brown and green spatter and a twelve panel border, 9 1/2"d; Condition: slight discoloration

Lot: 52 - English earthenware blue spatter handleless cup &

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware blue spatter handleless cup and saucer with windmill motif in black, blue, orange and red, 3 3/4"d, 2 1/2"h cup; 5 3/4"d, 1 1/4"h saucer; Condition: good

Lot: 53 - Scarce English earthenware blue & yellow rainbow

ca. 1840; scarce English Staffordshire earthenware blue & yellow rainbow spatter waste bowl with tulip motif in black, blue, green and red, 6 1/2"d, 3 1/4"h; Condition: good

Lot: 54 - Scarce English earthenware rainbow spatter

ca. 1840; scarce English Staffordshire earthenware handleless cup & saucer in festoon drape motif in green, red and yellow rainbow spatter, 3 3/4"d, 2 1/4"h cup; 5"d, 1 1/4"h saucer; Condition: flea bite flake on cup foot ring

Lot: 55 - English earthenware rainbow spatter plate in Adams

ca. 1830; English Staffordshire earthenware scalloped rim plate with central Adams Rose motif with three concentric rainbow spatter borders in blue, green and red and impressed on reverse "Adams", 10 1/2"d; Condition: good

Lot: 56 - 2 English ironstone blue spatter peafowl plates

ca. 1845; both English Staffordshire ironstone blue spatter peafowl plates with 14 paneled rim and peafowl in green, brownish-orange and red; 8 1/2", Condition: 1/8" glaze loss on rim edge; 9 1/2", Condition: good

Lot: 57 - English earthenware rainbow spatter handleless cup

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware handleless cup and saucer with central rose design and two concentric rainbow spatter border in green and red, 4"d, 2 1/2"h cup; 5 1/2"d, 1 1/4'h saucer; Condition: 1/2" stress mark in base

Lot: 58 - English earthenware handleless cup & saucer

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware handleless cup and saucer in red spatter with bell flower type design colored in black, blue, red and brownish-yellow, 4"d, 2 1/4"h cup; 6"d, 1 1/4"h saucer; Condition: good

Lot: 59 - 3 pieces of blue spatter earthenware

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware blue spatter peafowl in black, green, red and brownish-yellow: 14 paneled cup plate, 4"; small taper sided waste bowl, 4 3/4"d, 2 1/4"h; sauce dish in black, blue, green and red with molded shell edge rim,

Lot: 60 - Rainbow spatter dahlia motif grouping

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire blue and red rainbow spatter in dahlia motif: twelve panel ironstone plate, 8"; Condition: some rim edge glaze losses; earthenware handleless cup and saucer, 4"d, 2 1/4"h cup, 5 3/4"d, 1"h saucer; Condition: cup has 1

Lot: 61 - Rainbow spatter rose creamer

ca. 1835; English Staffordshire earthenware blue and red rainbow spatter, rose motif bulbous creamer, 3 1/4"d, 4"h; Condition: good

Lot: 62 - Blue spatter cup, saucer & creamer

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire eartheneware blue spatter child's handled cup and saucer in holly berry motif, 3"d, 1 3/4"h cup; 4 1/2"d, 1"h saucer; Condition: cup has 3 rim stilt contact marks; blue spatter slightly bulbous child's creamer with

Lot: 63 - 3 red spatter peafowl items

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware small overall strong red spatter plate with peafowl in black, blue, brownish-orange and red, 6"d; child's saucer with peafowl in black, blue-green and brownish-yellow, 4 3/4"d, 1"h; red spatter peafowl cup

Lot: 64 - 5 color schoolhouse spatter plate

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware five color schoolhouse spatter plate (black, blue, green, red and brownish-yellow), 8 1/4"d; Condition: slight discoloration, red rim is pale

Lot: 65 - English earthenware rainbow spatter handleless cup

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware handleless cup and saucer with central rose design and two concentric rainbow spatter borders in black and brown, 4"d, 2 1/2"h cup; 5 1/2"d, 1 1/4"h saucer; Condition: 2 surface defects in the making to cup

Lot: 66 - 3 color schoolhouse spatter toddy plate

ca. 1840; fine English Staffordshire earthenware three color schoolhouse spatter toddy plate in black, green and red, 5"d; Condition: good

Lot: 67 - Blue spatter rim creamer

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware blue spatter rim bulbous creamer with tree motif in black and green, 3 1/4"d, 4 1/4"h; Condition: good

Lot: 68 - Blue spatter rim handleless cup & saucer

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware blue spatter rim handleless cup and saucer with tree motif in black and green, 3 3/4"d, 2 1/2"h cup; 5 3/4"d, 1 1/4"h saucer; Condition: good

Lot: 69 - Blue spatter dahlia plate

ca. 1845; English Staffordshire small ironstone twelve panel blue spatter plate with dahlia motif in black, blue, green and red, 6 1/4"d; Condition: some spots of exfoliation of blue on dahlia

Lot: 70 - Blue spatter cup & saucer with cluster of 4 buds

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware handleless cup & saucer blue spatter, with cluster of four buds motif in green and red, 4"d, 2 1/2"h cup; 6"d, 1 1/4"h saucer; Condition: good

Lot: 71 - Red spatter peafowl plate

ca. 1840; fine English Staffordshire earthenware overall red spatter peafowl plate, molded shell edge rim, mellow surface and peafowl in black, blue-green and red, 8 1/2"d; Condition: good

Lot: 72 - Manganese decorated John Bell redware crock

ca. 1860; PA manganese decorated slightly bulbous redware crock with two sided brushed floral design, impressed "John Bell/Waynesboro" with cavetto banded rim, combed collar, pair of applied broad tongue lug handles and simple tooled foot, 10 3/4"d,

Lot: 73 - PA redware jelly jar

ca. 1875; PA redware jelly jar, bulbous jar with rolled rim and tooled foot, brown lead interior and exterior glaze with subtle iron or manganese streaking, Southeastern, PA origin, 5 1/4"d, 5 1/2"h; Condition: minor glaze losses on rim

Lot: 74 - PA 2 color slipware pie dish

ca. 1860; PA two color slipware drape molded pie dish with brown and green slip "S" madw ith a two-quill slip cup on a tan brown lead glaze, coggled rim, Southeastern PA origin, 6 1/2"d, 1 1/4"h; Condition: slight flaking on rim

Lot: 75 - 2 PA small round redware food molds

ca. 1870; interior 14 rib food mold with pumpkin yellow lead glaze transitioning to an olive toned brown glaze on edge and exterior, 3 3/4"d, 1 1/4"h, Condition: 1/8 interior rim flake; interior 16 ribs radiating from a small central donut with

Lot: 76 - Small PA redware flower pot

ca. 1885; flower pot with attached saucer in brownish-yellow lead glaze splashed on brown, tooled rim over two incised rings and cupped saucer with slightly everted foot, probably Lebanon Valley, PA origin, 4 1/2"d, 3 1/2"h; Condition: slight glaze

Lot: 77 - PA slipware plate

ca. 1850; PA slipware drape molded plate with central yellow slip bacon motif made with a three-quill slip cup on a reddish-brown lead glaze bracketed by a pair of two yellow slip corn plant designs and coggled rim, possibly Philadelphia region

Lot: 78 - Small PA redware crock

ca. 1870; small PA redware slightly bulbous crock with rolled rim over an incised collar ring, brown lead glaze with some iron spots, southeastern PA origin, 3 1/4"d, 3"h; Condition: good

Lot: 79 - Scarce Joseph Feeg covered redware jar

ca. 1860; scarce PA covered urn shaped redware jar with manganese sponging on an olive lead glaze with slight brown collar, impressed "I Feeg" (Joseph Feeg, Womelsdorf, PA) and incised "13"; rounded cupped rim with lid ledge within mouth, everted

Lot: 80 - PA redware manganese sponged redware honey pot

ca. 1870; PA handled redware slightly bulbous honey pot with manganese splashing on a reddish-brown lead glaze, plain slightly everted neck, simple strap handle with two incised vertical lines, incised collar ring and tooled foot, Lebanon Valley

Lot: 81 - Manganese splashed redware creamer

ca. 1870; PA redware squat bulbous creamer with manganese splashed on a brown lead glaze, plain slightly everted neck, strap handle and tooled foot, Southeastern PA origin, 3 1/4"d, 3 1/4"h; Condition: rim defect in the making, slight glaze losses on

Lot: 82 - PA 2 color slipware pie dish

ca. 1885; PA slipware pie dish with three dashed applications of yellow slip applied with a two quill slip cup and three perpendicular green wavy slip lines applied with a single quill slip cup on a reddish-brown lead glaze, incised "7" on foot,

Lot: 83 - PA miniature redware pitcher

ca. early 20th century; PA miniature redware slightly bulbous pitcher with manganese splashing on a yellow toned brown lead glaze, 1 3/4"d, 2 1/2"h; Condition: good

Lot: 84 - PA redware jelly jar

ca. 1880; slightly bulbous jelly jar with olive toning on a yellowish and reddish brown lead glaze, rolled rim and tooled foot, southeastern PA origin, 4 1/4"d, 4 1/4"h; Condition: glaze losses on rim

Lot: 85 - PA miniature redware crock

ca. 1885; miniature redware slightly bulbous crock with iron speckld brown lead glaze, flattened rolled rim, tooled foot, southeastern PA origin, 1 3/4"d, 1 3/4"h; Condition: slight flaking on edges

Lot: 86 - PA redware cup impressed Adam Weaber

ca. early-mid 20th century; PA redware cup in double baluster form with olive toning on a yellowish-brown lead glaze, flattened slightly rolled rim, beaded foot flange, strap handle impressed "Adam Weaber", 3 1/4"d, 2 3/4"h; Condition: pin point

Lot: 87 - Lehn type covered saffron

ca. late 19th century; attributed to late work of Joseph Lehn, Elizabeth Twp., Lancaster Co., PA; turned poplar lidded saffron box with step molded and painted foot and stem with salmon ground painted with floral stem and berry/flower die-cut decals,

Lot: 88 - Miniature Lehnware paint decorated sewing chest

ca. late 19th century; paint decorated miniature chest, softwood dovetailed constructed with cut nails, blue/black painted turned feet, brown ground paint with red, yellow and white pinstripe/panel; panels accents on lid with rose pattern die cuts;

Lot: 89 - Lehnware footed egg cup

ca. mid-late 19th century; attributed to Joseph Lehn, Elizabeth Twp., Lancaster Co., PA turned wood footed egg cup with Lehn's typical step-turned foot and stem with traditional black-green-red paint, salmon ground with traditional strawberries and

Lot: 90 - Lehn type covered saffron attributed to William

ca. mid-late 19th century; attributed to William Carl Heilig, contemporary of Lehn's; turned poplar wood saffron with traditional stepped foot design and traditional black-green-red foor and stem; salmon ground chalice with Heilig's traditional pansy

Lot: 91 - Softwood carved bird by Carl Snavely

ca. late 20th century; chip carved softwood bird carved with feet resting on solid base with tail, head facing left, carved mounted beak, yellow legs, red painted body, black wings, feather accent carved wings and base initialed with Snavely's

Lot: 92 - Chip carved squirrel with nut by Carl Snavely

ca. late 20th century; whimsical chip carved squirell carved seated with high carved tail and holding in front paws a large acorn, squirrels ears erect and eyes carved, stain-washed and flame burnished and carved on base "CS", 3 3/4"x 1 1/4"x 3 3/4";

Lot: 93 - English pearlware Gaudy Dutch butterfly handleless

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware Gaudy Dutch butterfly on the side handleless cup & saucer with single blue border with undulating yellow line, 3 1/2"d, 2 1/4"h cup; 5 1/2"d, 1 1/4"h saucer; Condition: good

Lot: 94 - Enlgish pearlware Gaudy Dutch oyster plate

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware Gaudy Dutch oyster plate with yellow ground and paneled border, 9 3/4"d; Condition: slight service marks in central design & slight losses to rim overglaze

Lot: 95 - English pearlware Gaudy Dutch butterfly handleless

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware Gaudy Dutch butterfly in the center handleless cup and saucer with single blue border with a connecting yellow string of hearts like dots, 3 1/2"d, 2 1/2"h cups; 5 1/2"d, 1 1/4"h saucer; Condition: small

Lot: 96 - English pearlware Gaudy Dutch urn plate

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware Gaudy Dutch urn plate with salmon ground and paneled border, 9 3/4"d; Condition: slight service marks in central design, minor losses to rim overglaze

Lot: 97 - English pearlware Gaudy Dutch urn plate

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware Gaudy Dutch urn plate with salmon ground and paneled border, 7 1/2"d; Condition: good

Lot: 98 - English pearlware Gaudy Dutch dove handleless cup

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware Gaudy Dutch dove handleless cup and saucer with cup having interior panel and broken line border, 3 3/4"d, 2 1/2"h; 5 1/2"d, 1 1/4"h saucer; Condition: glaze flake on cup foot ring; saucer 1/4" chip on foot

Lot: 99 - English pearlware Gaudy Dutch primrose plate

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware Gaudy Dutch primrose plate with double of connecting yellow string of heart like dots on blue and an undulating reddish line, impressed on reverse "Riley", 8 1/4"d; Condition: good

Lot: 100 - English pearlware Gaudy Dutch war bonnet cup plate

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware Gaudy Dutch war bonnet cup plate with paneled border, 4 1/4"d; Condition: slight service marks

Lot: 101 - Pair of English pearlware Gaudy Dutch single rose

ca. 1825; pair of English Staffordshire pearlware Gaudy Dutch single rose handleless cups and saucers, both with a single border of a connecting yellow string of heart like dots, 3 1/2"d, 2 1/4"h cups; 5 1/2"d, 1 1/4"h saucers; Condition: 1st Set-

Lot: 102 - English pearlware Gaudy Dutch single rose small

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware Gaudy Dutch single rose small plate with a single blue border of a connecting yellow string of heart like dots, 6 1/4"d; Condition: some discoloration

Lot: 103 - English pearlware Gaudy Dutch double rose plate

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware Gaudy Dutch double rose plate with a single blue border edged with red buds, 10"d; Condition: overglaze enamel losses on green leaves & some losses on flower petals

Lot: 104 - English pearlware Gaudy Dutch carnation handleless

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware Gaudy Dutch carnation handleless cup and saucer with a single blue border of a connecting yellow string of heart like dots, 3 3/4"d, 2 1/2"h cup; 5 1/2"d, 1 1/4"h saucer; Condition: minor wear

Lot: 105 - English pearlware Gaudy Dutch double rose deep

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware Gaudy Dutch double rose deep dish with single blue border edged with red buds, 9 1/2"d, 1 1/4"h; Condition: good

Lot: 106 - English pearlware Gaudy Dutch straw flower plate

ca. 1825; scarce English Staffordshire pearlware Gaudy Dutch straw flower plate with double border of a connecting yellow string of heart like dots on blue and an undulating reddish line and impressed on reverse "Riley", 9 3/4"d; Condition:

Lot: 107 - English pearlware Gaudy Dutch grape toddy plate

ca. 1825; English Staffordshire pearlware Gaudy Dutch grape toddy plate with a single border of a connecting yellow string of heart like dots on blue, 5 1/4"d; Condition: good

Lot: 108 - Pair of English pearlware child's toy dishes with

ca. 1825; pair of English Staffordshire pearlware child's toy dishes with polychromal floral design in black, blue-green, red & yellow, 3"d; Condition: good

Lot: 109 - English pearlware polychromal Salopian handleless

ca. 1820; English Staffordshire pearlware handleless cup & saucer in Salopian stag design in black transfer with polychromal with overglaze enamelling in blue, green, orange-brown and yellow, 3 1/4"d, 2 1/4"h cup; 5 1/4"d, 1"h saucer; Condition: good

Lot: 110 - English pearlware handleless cup & saucer

ca. 1820; English Staffordshire pearlware handleless cup & saucer with black transfer of Salopian stag design and blue edged rim, 3 1/2"d, 2 1/4"h cup; 5 1/4"d, 1"h saucer; Condition: pair of 1/8" foot ring flakes on saucer

Lot: 111 - English earthenware Historic Blue transfer open

ca. 1830; English Staffordshire earthenware Historic Blue transfer open vegetable in long octagonal shape with blue ink back stamp of spread eagle and "Part of Regent Street/London" and impressed spread eagle "Adams Warranted Staffordshire", 2 1/2"x

Lot: 112 - English earthen Whieldonware tortoise shell glazed

ca. 1770; English Staffordshire molded earthen Whieldonware tortoise shell glaze charger with six-part wavy edge border, 15 1/4"; Condition: small rim restoration & 1/4" rim stress mark

Lot: 113 - English earthenware covered teapot

ca. 1860; English Staffordshire earthenware covered teapot in baluster form, 5 3/4"d, 9"h; Condition: glaze wear on tip of finial & spout edges

Lot: 114 - Group of 5 English earthenware stick spatter toddy

ca. 1850; group of 5 English Staffordshire earthenware stick spatter toddy plates or slightly larger, 5 1/4" dogwood; 5 1/2" & 5 3/4"d rose; (2) 5 1/2"d 3 petal; Condition: some discoloration to all; Rose has 1/4" flake on table ring, some glaze

Lot: 115 - PA small redware mug

ca. 1880; PA small slightly bulbous redware mug in baluster variation shape with collared everted rim, bottom half with two rounded ridges bracketed by an upper rib and a bottom foot flange, manganese and green sponging on a yellowish-brown lead

Lot: 116 - John Bell redware Turkshead food mold

ca. 1870; John Bell food mold with three prominent swirled ridges within a round slightly tapered bowl with an open central cone, heavy manganese sponging on a yellowish-brown lead glaze, impressed "John Bell/Waynesboro", 7 1/4"d, 3 3/4"h; Condition:

Lot: 117 - PA redware handled pot

ca. 1880; small PA redware handled slightly bulbous pot with a flattened rim with a plain collar and slightly everted neck over a thin incised neck ring, strap handle and tooled foot, four manganese applications on a darkish-brown lead glaze,

Lot: 118 - PA redware pouring bowl

ca. 1870; taper sided with a pinched spout, coggled shoulder band, slight manganese sponging on a glossy brown lead glaze, strap handle with two raised vertical ridges and a tooled foot, 6"d, 3 1/2"h; Condition: shallow 1/4" foot flake & pin point

Lot: 119 - 2 PA redware jelly jars

ca. 1875; slightly bulbous jelly jars with rolled collared rims, tooled feet, one with an incised neck ring, brown lead and reddish-brown lead glazes, southeastern PA origin, 4"d, 4 1/4"h; 4 1/2"d, 4 1/2"h; Condition: some glaze losses on edges

Lot: 120 - PA slipware plate

ca. 1850; drape molded plate with yellow slip stylized tulip applied with a two-quill and three-quill slip cup on a yellowish-brown lead glaze and coggled rim, southeastern PA origin, 8"d, 1 1/2"h; Condition: slight glaze losses on yellow slip

Lot: 121 - Miniature PA handled redware crock

ca. 1885; slightly bulbous with a flattened rim, everted neck with two incised rings, tooled foot, molded handle with a raised vertical band, yellowish lead glaze with dark olive surface, southeastern PA origin, 3"d, 2 1/2"h; Condition: 1/4" rim chip

Lot: 122 - PA small redware scalloped tart dish/master salt

ca. 1885; PA small redware scalloped tart dish/master salt with eight ridges, olive toned yellow-brown lead glaze, southeastern PA origin, 3", 1 1/4"h; Condition: edge flaking

Lot: 123 - PA redware jar

ca. 1870; slightly bulbous with a rolled rim, slightly everted neck with two incised rings, tooled foot, manganese sponging on a darkish-brown lead glaze, perhaps Lebanon Valley, PA origin, 5 3/4"d, 7 1/4"h; Condition: good

Lot: 124 - 2 PA redware Turkshead food molds

ca. 1885; round redware Turkshead food molds with 14 swirled ribs with open cones, tapered sides, manganese sponging on rims on an overall reddish-brown lead glaze, southeastern PA origin; one impressed "11" in base, 8"d, 2 3/4"h; one 7 1/2"d, 2

Lot: 125 - 2 PA small redware bowls

ca. 1885; rounded collared rims, tapered sides, coggled beadwork rings on shoulders, sponged manganese on a reddish-brown glaze, southeastern PA origin, 4 1/4"d, 2"h & 4 1/2"d, 2 1/4"h; Condition: small flakes on foot rings & slight wear on rims

Lot: 126 - PA redware cup

ca. 1890; PA redware round cup with slightly flared rounded rim over an incised collar ring, slightly bowed tapered side, thick strap handle, southeastern PA origin, 4 1/4"d, 2 1/4"h; Condition: slight edge flaking & some exfoliation on exterior

Lot: 127 - 2 small PA redware crocks

ca. 1885; dark brown lead interior glazed jelly jar with a rolled collared rim, 5"d, 4 1/4"h; overall brown lead glazed crock with some iron flecks, flattened collared rim and two lightly tooled neck rings, 3 1/4"d, 2 3/4"h; Condition: some glaze

Lot: 128 - PA redware pie dish

ca. 1900; PA redware jig molded pie dish with rounded collared rim, reddish-brown lead glaze and faint manganese "S" inscribed in center, 7"d, 1 1/4"h; Condition: good

Lot: 129 - PA redware jar

ca. 1870; Pa redware slightly bulbous jar with rounded slightly flared rim with two faint tooled neck rings above two incised collar rings, tooled foot, manganese sponging on a mahogany brown lead glaze, Lebanon Valley, PA origin, 5"d, 5 1/2"h;

Lot: 130 - Blown cobalt glass Stiegel type creamer

ca. 1790; baluster form, patterned in eleven expanded diamond pattern, applied handle and foot and scarred base, 2 3/4"d, 4 3/4"h; Condition: good

Lot: 131 - Stiegel type enameled colorless blown glass

ca. 1747; blown Stiegel type colorless glass (half post method) enameled cologne bottle with applied pewter rim with cap, elongated octagonal base, polychromal decorations, one long side with spurred boot and date 1747; the opposite side with legend

Lot: 132 - Blown cobalt glass Stiegel type master salt

ca. 1800; blown cobalt glass Stiegel type master salt patterned in 12 expanded diamond pattern, applied foot and scarred base, 2 1/2"d, 3"h; Condition: good

Lot: 133 - Stiegel type enameled colorless blown glass

ca. late 18th century; blown Stiegel type colorless glass (half post method) enameled cologne bottle with applied pewter rim with cap, elongated octagonal base polychromal decorations, both long sides with a bird within a medallion; other surfaces

Lot: 134 - Blown cobalt glass Stiegel type creamer

ca. 1790; blown cobalt glass Stiegel type creamer in baluster form patterned in 14 expanded diamond pattern with applied handle and foot and a scarred base, 2 1/4"d, 3 1/4"h; Condition: good

Lot: 135 - Blown cobalt glass Stiegel type master salt

ca. 1800; blown cobalt glass Stiegel type master sale patterned in 26 ribs with applied foot and scarred base, 2 1/2"d, 3 1/4"h; Condition: good

Lot: 136 - Unusual rainbow spatter handleless cup & saucer

ca. 1840; unusual English Staffordshire earthenware handleless cup and saucer with blue and purple rainbow spatter and central composite flower design in blue, green, brownish-orange and red, 3 3/4"d, 2 1/2"h cup; 5 1/2"d, 1 1/4"h saucer; Condition:

Lot: 137 - 3 acorn spatter plate

ca. 1845; English Staffordshire ironstone 12 panel plate in purplish-red spatter rim, 3 brown acorns motif in black, brown and greens, 10 1/4"; Condition: (2) 1/8" under rim edge flake & spot of glaze loss

Lot: 138 - Blue spatter cup & saucer with central rose motif

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware handleless cup and saucer blue spatter and central rose motif in green and red, 4"d, 2 1/2"h cup; 6"d, 1 1/4"h saucer; Condition: cup has 1/8" rim flake

Lot: 139 - Red spatter thistle deep dish

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware deep dish, red spatter, molded shell edge rim and thistle motif in green and red, 10 1/2"d, 1 3/4"h; Condition: glaze losses on rim

Lot: 140 - Red spatter thistle cup & saucer

ca. 1845; English Staffordshire earthenware handleless cup and saucer in coarse red spatter with thistle motif in green and red, 4"d, 2 1/2"h cup; 5 3/4"d, 1 1/4"h saucer; Condition: 1/8" glaze flake on cup foot ring

Lot: 141 - Rainbow spatter creamer

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware bulbous creamer in rainbow spatter with two concentric rings in red and green with rose motif in green and red, 3"d, 3 3/4"h; Condition: good

Lot: 142 - Dark brown spatter rim peafowl cup & saucer

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware handleless cup and saucer with dark brown spatter border, peafowl in dark brown, blue, teal-green and red, 4"d, 2 1/2"h cup; 5 3/4"d, 1 1/4"h saucer; Condition: cup has slightly uniform discoloration

Lot: 143 - Blue spatter peafowl plate

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware blue spatter plate, molded shell edge rim, peafowl motif in black, blue, green and red, 9 1/4"d; Condition: good

Lot: 144 - Blue spatter peafowl plate

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire ironstone blue spatter plate with 14 panel border, central peafowl motif in black, green, red and brownish-yellow, 9"; Condition: good

Lot: 145 - Blue spatter tulip cup & saucer

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware handleless cup & saucer blue spatter, tulip motif in black, blue, green, red and yellow, 4"d, 2 1/2"h cup; 5 3/4"d, 1 1/4"h saucer; Condition: cup foot ring has stilt marks

Lot: 146 - 2 red spatter peafowl plates by Adams

ca. 1830; both English Staffordshire earthenware with overall red spatter plate, 14 panel rim, peafowl motif in black, blue, green and red, impressed on reverse "Adams"; 6 1/4" Condition: uniformly discolored; 8 1/2" Condition: slight discoloration

Lot: 147 - Variegated sponge 4 cluster bud creamer

ca. 1845; English Staffordshire earthenware variegated sponge (blue and red) bulbous creamer with four cluster bud motif in green and red, 3"d, 4"h; Condition: good

Lot: 148 - Blue spatter cup plate, rose motif

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware cup plate with rose motif in green and red, 4"d; Condition: good

Lot: 149 - Blue spatter cup & saucer, rose motif

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware handleless cup and saucer with rose motif in green and red, 4"d, 2 1/2"h cup; 6"d, 1 1/4"h saucer; Condition: Cup foot ring has stilt marks

Lot: 150 - 2 child's blue spatter cups & saucers

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware blue spatter child's handleless cups and saucers: floral spray motif in blue, green and red, 2 3/4"d, 2"h cup, 4 1/2"d, 3/4"h saucer, Condition: cup with rim edge glaze losses & saucer with 1" stress line

Lot: 151 - Small blue spatter plate, tulip motif

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware small plate with twelve panel rim, tulip motif in black, blue, green and red, 6 1/4"d; Condition: spot of glaze loss on foot ring

Lot: 152 - Blue spatter child's handleless cup & saucer

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware blue spatter child's handleless cup and saucer with tulip motif in black, green, red and yellow, 3"d, 2"h cup; 4 1/2"d, 1"h saucer; Condition: cup interior has concentric stress lines (not through)

Lot: 153 - Scarce blue spatter mug

ca. 1840; scarce English Staffordshire earthenware blue spatter cylindrical mug with strawberry motif in green and red, 2 3/4"d, 2 3/4"h; Condition: 1/4" & 1/8" flakes on foot ring

Lot: 154 - 3 pieces of blue spatter earthenware

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware: blue spatter creamer in urn form with peafowl motif in black, blue, red and brownish-yellow, 3"d, 4 1/2"h; overall blue spatter child's handleless cup and saucer with peafowl motif in black, blue, red and

Lot: 155 - Pair of green spatter cups & saucers

ca. 1850; pair of English Staffordshire earthenware overall green spatter handleless cups and saucers with peafowl motif in black, blue, red and brownish-yellow with saucers impressed on base "Stoneware/B&T", 4"d, 2 1/4"h cups; 5 3/4"d, 1 1/4"h

Lot: 156 - 2 small English earthenware spatter plates

ca. 1840; English Staffordshire earthenware spatter plates: overall red cup plate, 3 1/2"d; blue & green rainbow child's toy plate, 2 1/2"d; Condition: good

Lot: 157 - PA redware sheaf of grain octagonal food mold

ca. 1855; elongated octagonal tapered shape with reeded and double sawtooth rim and sides and a depressed sheaf of grain motif in bottom, footed base and reddish-brown lead glaze, southeastern PA origin, 2 1/2"x 4 1/2"x 6 1/4"; Condition: 1/4" rim

Lot: 158 - PA redware flower pot

ca. 1885; small PA redware flower pot with attached saucer, brownish-yellow lead glaze splashed on brown, tooled rim with raised collar rings, dished saucer with beaded foot, probably Lebanon Valley, PA origin, 4 1/4"d, 3 1/2"h; Condition: glaze

Lot: 159 - 2 PA redware Turkshead food molds

ca. 1885; 14 swirled ribs with an open central cone, tapered sides, manganese sponging on rims on an overall reddish-brown lead glaze, 7 1/4"d, 2 1/2"h, Condition: pin point glaze flakes on edges; small 16 ribbed mold with a closed central cone,

Lot: 160 - PA redware manganese sponged redware honey pot

ca. 1870; PA handled redware slightly bulbous honey pot, manganese sponging on a brown lead glaze, plain slightly everted neck, two incised collar rings, strap handle with two vertical incised lines, tooled foot, Lebanon Valley, PA origin, 4 3/4"d, 5

Lot: 161 - PA redware bowl by Joseph S. Henne

ca. 1850; small round taper sided bowl with round collared rim, coggled shoulder band of diagonal striations, tan-brown lead glaze with splashes of thick iron glazing, impressed on base "IS Henne" (Joseph S. Henne, Upper Tulpehocken Twp, PA), 4"d,

Lot: 162 - PA redware small bowl or squat crock

ca. 1890; PA round redware small bowl or squat crock having a rounded rim with wide collar band over an incised collar ring, slightly bulbous side yellowish-toned brown lead glaze, southeastern PA origin, 4 3/4"d, 3 1/4"h; Condition: good

Lot: 163 - PA miniature redware items

ca. 1880; 2 PA miniature redware items with glossy manganese lead glaze: taper sided basin, rounded rim with collar and pinched pouring spout, 2 3/4"d, 1 1/4"h, Condition: good; basin/taper sided bowl with rolled collared rim, southeastern PA origin,

Lot: 164 - PA miniature redware crock

ca. 1890; slightly bulbous crock, flattened, collared rim with interior light brown lead glaze, southeastern PA origin, 1 3/4"d, 1 3/4"h; Condition: pin point glaze flake on rim

Lot: 165 - PA redware manganese sponged redware honey pot

ca. 1870; PA handled redware slightly bulbous honey pot with manganese sponging on a glossy yellowish-brown lead glaze, plain slightly everted neck, two incised collar rings, strap handle with two vertical incised lines and tooled foot, Lebanon

Lot: 166 - 2 PA redware Turkshead food molds

ca. 1885; 15 swirled ribs with an open central cone, tapered sides, manganese sponging on rim on an overall brown lead glaze, 8 1/2"d, 3"h, Condition: good; 15 swirled ribs with an open central cone, tapered sides, manganese sponging on rim on an

Lot: 167 - John Bell Rockingham glazed yellowware butter tub

ca. 1870; round vertical sided tub with rounded collared rim with a pair of applied molded rope twist open loop handles, pair of molded raised bands on mid section and a pair on foot, three elongated raised oval foot pads on base, impressed "John

Lot: 168 - Rockingham glazed yellowware King Charles Spaniel

ca. 1870; molded Rockingham glazed yellowware mantel-piece of a seated King Charles Spaniel on an octagonal plinth with shells and other decorative motifs on seven sides, perhaps English origin, 10 1/4"x 6"x 7 3/4"; Condition: good

Lot: 169 - 3 Rockingham glazed yellowware items

ca. 1870; molded baluster form pitcher with raised relief of the "Infant in the Woods" motif, impressed "C" on base, 7"x 5 1/2"x 5 3/4", Condition: 3/8" rim flake at spout; smaller round pie dish with tapered sides, 8 1/2"d, 1"h, Condition: 1"

Lot: 170 - Rockingham glazed yellowware vase

ca. 1880; Rockingham glazed yellowware vase in simplified rounded urn form, 4 1/4"d, 8"h; Condition: good

Lot: 171 - 2 Rockingham glaze yellowware items

ca. 1880; round taper sided bowl/basin with 10 shallow pentagonal foot pads on base perimeter, 11 1/4"d, 3"h, Condition: minor glaze flakes; smaller taper sided bowl with interior molded recessed floral designs, 8 1/4"d, 2 1/2"h, Condition: good

Lot: 172 - PA German wrought iron tulip & heart trivet by Tom

ca. 1970-2000; finely crafted pad footed pierced heart design trivet with budding tulip shape, facetted with brass accent to tulip tip and birds on pierce work interior, birds perched facing each other and has brass dot accented top, signed T. Loose,

Lot: 173 - Unsigned Bill Ranck crowning rooster theorem

ca. 1980s; large size framed oil on velvet theorem painting attributed to Bill Ranck featuring a colorful rooster with pluming tail, perched on a grassy knob with two tulips, beautiful accented feathers of green, orange and red and a paint decorated

Lot: 174 - Tulip design wrought iron spatula by Tom Loose

ca. 1970-2000; excellent PA German traditional design spatula with pierced tulip design on blade and brass facetted tulip design top, the blade and handle accented with thumbnail and hollow punch tool decoration, signed T. Loose, 2 1/4"x 13";

Lot: 175 - Bill Ranck "Canton Bowl Reversed" theorem painting

ca. late 20th century; oil on velvet painting of a distelfink bird in yellow and green with red tail, perched on a Canton china bowl of colorful fruits, framed in a red sponge paint decorated frame with back titled by artist "#1 Done for Widener Art

Lot: 176 - 2 matched Tom Loose brass accented utensils

ca. dated 1978; spatula with heart piercework, black and heart design top hanger, 2 1/4"x 9 1/2"; two-tine fork with heart design top hanger, 1 1/4"x 8 1/2"; both have brass line and facetted accent to heart cut-out hanger and the handles have

Lot: 177 - Bill Ranck pelican theorem painting

ca. late 20th century; signed "pelican picking breast" design oil on velvet painting with polka-dot bird with blue head and wings, blue-green tail and perched on a red tulip vine, in a blue sponge decorated frame, 13 1/4"x 15 1/4"x 3/4" frame;

Lot: 178 - Life size songbird on hanger by June & Walter

ca. 1988; fine folk art carving by Gottshall of a songbird with wire twisted legs mounted on a bent arch twist hanger, with a yellow painted head, brown painted body, painted eyes and brush stroke feather accent, 5 1/2"x 7 3/4"x 6 1/2"; Condition:

Lot: 179 - Life size detail carved ring-neck pheasant male by

ca. 1987; life-like carving of a pheasant with glass eyes, long stretched out tail and fine detail feathering, legs encased in metal and molded to a softwood oval base, signed on bottom, 25 1/4"x 7"x 13 1/2"; Condition: some separation to head at

Lot: 180 - Large carved turkey on slab wood base by Keith T.

ca. 1980-1990s; carved with tail down and head raised, eyes raised pin nails, narrow carved wood red painted "wattles" on throat, red painted carved "snood" on head, breast has hand carved beard, carved body with carving to tail and applied thick

Lot: 181 - Large redware bowl with woodpecker by Mary

ca. 1993; slab molded bowl with mounted hanger ear on back, creamware glaze base, bowl depicts woodpecker perched on tree with leaf banded edge and coggle wheel accented rim, 13"d, 2 1/4"h; Condition: faux crackle glaze & marring to rim

Lot: 182 - 2 pieces of Breininger reproduction sgraffito

ca. 1972 & 1987; early Breininger sgraffito redware plate with incised floral vine design on yellow slip base with green glaze accent, 9 1/2"d, 1 1/2"h; 8-28-1987 LTD "Copy of 1810 Plate" #116 deep dish with incised tulips in narrow vase design on a

Lot: 183 - Foltz reproduction sgraffito "peafowl" design

ca. 1973 signed & dated in ink; wheel thrown high rim charger with yellow slip background and incised peafowl and floral vine design, cobalt blue glaze accent and mottled green glaze accent, 12 1/2"d, 1 3/4"h; Condition: Surface splotching from glaze

Lot: 184 - Left Handed Russell Henry cow design ABC pottery

ca. 9/89 (1989); wheel thrown yelloware plate with painted center vignette of a cow standing in a meadow and banded with stencil "ABC" letters, signed and dated on reverse, 8 3/4"d, 3/4"h; Condition: No damage

Lot: 185 - Early mechanical "speaking dog" cast iron bank

ca. 7-14-1885 & 10-20-1885 patent dates; vintage cast mechanical figure with painted accent of a girl in straw bonnet seated on a bench with yellow retriever dog seated to side, the mechanism when pushed moves dogs mouth and wags tail while girls arm

Lot: 186 - Cast iron mechanical "bulldog" bank

ca. 4-27-1880 patent; manufactured by J&E Stevens Co. seated bulldog bank designed by James H. Bowen with unique operating mechanism, coin rested on nose of dog when dog's tail is pulled the mechanism opens dogs mouth and coin is ejected to mouth

Lot: 187 - Early mechanical "Tammany Bank"

ca. 12-23-1873 patent; patented by John Hall of Watertown, Mass and probably manufactured by J&E Stevens Co., early cast iron and original paint rendition of tammany hall themed "boss tweed" feeding his own pocket with coin and tipping head in

Lot: 188 - Cast iron mechanical "turn head owl" bank

ca. 9-21 & 28- 1880 patent; attributed to J&E Stevens Co. of an owl standing on a half log base with mechanism operated by button/lever on back stump when pushed the owl's head turns and knocks coin into reservoir base; brown painted owl with some

Lot: 189 - Pressed lithograph tin mechanical limo & chaffeur

ca. pre-1923; Bing Brothers made limo in blue paint with yellow and red accent, clockwork coil spring gear operated drive, rear label "GBN" in diamond, cab open with chauffer and closed sedan/limo rear and pressed tin wheels on rod axels, 7 1/4"x 3

Lot: 190 - Lithograph tin building set

ca. 1920-1940; assembled lithograph tin village set with cut-out paper and applied labels on building facades; buildings wih cream and white lithograph finish and some painted by hand to enhance including 5 two-story and 7 single-story buildings,

Lot: 191 - Seated Hubley cat doorstop

ca. 1930s; cat marked Hubley on interior of casting, retaining original white and black paint with head facing left and tail curled to left, 6 1/2"x 5"x 9 1/4"; Condition: extensive wear to painted surface, approx. 60-70% original finish

Lot: 192 - Union soldier daguerreotype photo

ca. 1860s; bearded, seated corporal wearing a kepi hat, blue jacket with two stripes, partial buttoned and left hand tucked inside buttoned vest and brown molded gutta percha hinged cse with red velvet padded interior; Condition: Photo has some

Lot: 193 - 2 dagguerreotype photos

ca. 1860-1870s; dated in case Dec. 21, 1863 photo of Seargant Major G.W. Laughlin with bearn, full buttoned jacket with Seargant Major stripes, leather hinged case with inscription in pencil under soldier G.W. Laughlin with date, 3"x 3 1/2"x 3/4",

Lot: 194 - Pack of approx. 18 Civil War Era letters

ca. 1859-1864; consisting of both soldier written and letters written to soldiers with many still in original envelopes, several written to/by Levi Hines (1st Artillery Co. of 11th Reg. of Vermont Volunteers) including exceprts of camp life and

Lot: 195 - 3 documents related to Civil War

ca. 1863; 2 letters talking about copperheads "Northern Democrats wating a peaceful arbitration of terms with southern states", the first letter from ex-soldier Morgan Matthews of Carlisle to his brother John Matthews, talking about sending him a new

Lot: 196 - Framed Boyer, Mahantongo Twp. Indenture

ca. 1802; between Samuel Boyer, Elizabeth (his wife) and John Boyer of Norwichen Twp. for an 83 acre tract with home, barn and stables, signed by parties and George Klinger, hand-written in ink and framed in an oak frame and set on top of burlap

Lot: 197 - 3 Earls of Lancaster Co., PA schoolhouse map

ca. 1855; wall chart type printed map on canvas backer by Wagner & McGuigan of Phila. From surveys by H.F. Bridgens; mounted to a painted wood hanger and lower painted dowel with ball ends, colorized with vignettes of various prominent residents and

Lot: 198 - Fine Daniel Strawser chip carved eagle

ca. 1982; eagle chip carved with spread wings painted brown with tan and black accent spots, standing on a painted green base, 10"x 3 1/2"x 5"; Condition: No damage

Lot: 199 - Daniel Strawser's Adam & Eve carving

ca. 2002; depicting Adam & Eve in the Garden of Eden holding apples with a white picket fence and Tree of Knowledge in the center with an eagle on the branch, snake slithering near trunk, a perched rooster, owl and black bird, 8 1/2"x 7 1/2"x 12";

Lot: 200 - Breininger sgraffito charger

ca. 6/3/1992; reproduction raised lip bowl design with yellow slip and incised central starburst design, rim incised "Science will shape the future, Art will gladden its soul" signed on back by artist G. Zieber & W. Muckey, bowl is #4 of the shape

Lot: 201 - Breininger sgraffito decorated ovoid jar

ca. 12/11/1992; hand thrown ovoid jar with fluted pedestal base, clear glazed domed lid with acorn knob, yellow slip covered and incised decorated with flying bids, tulip vine and sunflower under large rope twist handles, and bottom signed by artist

Lot: 202 - Breininger sgraffito "light dragoon" charger

ca. 4/11/1991; slab redware charger with yellow slip and incised design of solider/dragoon on black horse and titled "Light Dragoon", wearing a black glaze overcoat, black/green plumed hat, raised sabre, horse with black glazed accent, rim with

Lot: 203 - 2 Breininger sgraffito ovoid pots

ca. 1991 & 1992; 6/20/91 sgraffito decorated ovoid shallow jar with flared rim, yellow slip with three incised tulips, heart design decoration, green glaze accent, incised festoon band below rim and above base of pot, 7 1/4"x 7"; 7/29/92 sgraffito

Lot: 204 - Breininger Pottery sgraffito charger

ca. 8/2/1989; slab redware charger with sgraffito yellow slip and incised flower urn central design, inicised line and festoon band near rim, accented with mottled green glaze and signed "Sunny & Warm" Breininger Pottery, 13 3/4"d, 2 1/4"h;

Lot: 205 - 3 Breininger Pottery redware figures

ca. 1991-1993; 1991, initialed LB small standing Santa figure, press molded, with brown and clear mottled glaze, 1 1/2"d, 4 1/4"h; 1993, initialed LB seated press molded cat with raised ears, black painted eyes and whiskers, mottled black and clear

Lot: 206 - Breininger Pottery sgraffito bowl

ca. 6/27/1989; slab formed redware bowl with sgraffito yellow slip and incised tulip urn design with a bird resting on stems of flowers, rim incised in PA German script "This plate is made of earth and when it breaks, the potter laughs" and on back

Lot: 207 - Breininger Pottery redware & sgraffito compote

ca. 6/21/1992; sgraffito decorated upper bowl with clear glaze, fluted and incised squiggle line decorated pedestal base, shallow bowl top with incised decorated bottom and yellow slip with incised bird and tulip design interior, band embellished

Lot: 208 - 2 pieces of Breininger pottery

ca. 1991 & 1992; small hand thrown sgraffito decorated redware crock with yellow slip and incised birds on tulips and columbine flower design with mottled green glaze accent, 2 3/4"d, 2 1/2"h; hand thrown deep colander with flared slip banded rim,

Lot: 209 - A. Kohr bird tree carving

ca. 1989; fine folk art bird tree by Alan Kohr, unfinished seven stem twig in grain decorated wooden base, each limb of tree with colorful paint decorated hand-carved birds with wire legs, 14"x 20 1/2"; Condition: Very good

Lot: 210 - Foltz sgraffito bird and tulip loaf dish

ca. 1984; slab redware loaf dish with sgraffito slip and incised two parrots on tulip vine design, rim accented with fluted wheel and incised flowing line band accented with green glaze dots and leaf petals green glaze accented, 16"x 10 1/2"x 2";

Lot: 211 - Large round handled pie board

ca. 18th-19th century; large single plank walnut wood pie board with round shape and small grab handle that has drilled and carved hanger hole, 17 1/2"d, 5" handle, 3/4"; Condition: Excellent patina with stains, cut marks & some charring from use,

Lot: 212 - Service award model of Conestoga Wagon

ca. 1999; fine replica of a Conestoga freight wagon complete with red painted running gear, shaft draw trees, traditional blue painted sloped end box, wagon has matched hand wrought hardware on tool boxes, brake handles, feed box hanger and chains,

Lot: 213 - Walnut burl bowl

ca. 19th-20th century; with high rims, exterior was lathe turned shaped with high flaring sides, interior gouge chisel carved with very little finish work, 12 1/4"d, 6"h; Condition: Interior has some oily stains & appears to have a glue repair to

Lot: 214 - Dovetailed miniature quartersawn oak chest

ca. mid-late 19th century; in dovetailed construchtion with narrow two-plank lid with interior dado battans set on brass butt hinges, softwood bottom, later added interior two-till drawers of yellow pine and lid and chest bottom trimmed in small bead

Lot: 215 - 2 Chippendale style mirrors

ca. 18th-19th century; long mirror with veneer ogee molding and veneer set scrollwork cut trim, crest with a bow-tie cut out with some carved work and gilded accent; secondary wood appears to be yellow pine, veneer is walnut, Condition: possibly

Lot: 216 - Odd paint decorated domed lid box

ca. 19th century; plank and wooden pin construction of norway spruce with one piece steam bent lid set on tin strap and pin hinges with tin hasp and keeper, yellow grain paint over green paint with floral urn and flowers on lid, pastel tulip design

Lot: 217 - 2 turned wood scrivner's sanders

ca. 19th century; turned cherry wood "sander" with cup top with star pattern holes and reservoir base with wooden plug, 2 3/4"d, 3"h, Condition: cup top cracked & repaired; turned spalted maple wood sander in similar form and retains sand inside

Lot: 218 - 2 wrought iron pieces

ca. 18th-early 19th century; rare form large door knocker on original hinge bolt with original door plate escutcheon, large square pad knocker set on arched handle with wide hand grasp set above hinge point, frame with extensive filework design

Lot: 219 - Copper bedwarmer

ca. 18th-19th century; copper pan bedwarmer with tapered socket handle, rigglework floral accented domed lid set on copper riveted copper hinge, stained turned maple handle with ball top and ornamental turned shaft, 12 1/2"d, 3 1/4"x 44 1/2";

Lot: 220 - Mahogany & rosewood veneer modled framed mirror

ca. 1880; mirror set in rosewood veneer flat modling, surrounded by cove and quarter-round mahogany outer frame, 21 1/4"x 31"x 2 1/2"; Condition: mirror loose from housing brackets, otherwise very good; Frame retains original dark finish

Lot: 221 - Walnut handled pie board

ca. 18th-19th century; two-handled single plank pie board with open grasp handles set on ends of board, arch top ends with dog's ear accent and grasp handles accented with spear tip carving, 32"x 18 1/4"x 3/4"; Condition: repaired full-length crack;

Lot: 222 - 2 antique mirrors

ca. 18th-20th century; small Chippendale type mirror with fret sawn mahogany crest on line inlayed veneer frame with early tag "Charles Morson Antiques, Brooklyn, NY", 10 1/2"x 19 1/2"x 1 1/4", Condition: some repairs to crest & damage to veneer on

Lot: 223 - Large ash splint round basket

ca. 19th century; oversized chaff/harvest basket in primitive construction with two carved and knotch set steam bent hoop handles, wide staves, non-uniform splints, rim with half split-rod rim with single splint wrap and the bottom peaked, 24"d, 15

Lot: 224 - Folkart whirligig of men sawing wood

ca. mid-20th century; home crafted with patriotic red, white and blue blades and hub on orange plank with bearded man sawing wood at saw buck and tail with fret-work beared man sitting smoking cigar, 28"x 4"x 29"; Condition: includes display block

Lot: 225 - 2 decorative inlaid boxes

ca. 19th & 20th century; Victorian period tea box with rosewood veneer and line inlay banding, the lid with oval shaped inaly of an eagle and floral design, appears to be satin wood with stain accent, lid hinged on brass hinges, interior divider and

Lot: 226 - H.A. Bellows cast brass heart design trivet

ca. 1868 (dated); cast brass flat iron trivet with open cast heart design and handle with heart design top, trivet with scalloped/round shape and is marked "H.A.A. Bellow, July 14, 1868" on handle, 4 3/4"d, 7 1/2"x 3/4"; Condition: casting is good,

Lot: 227 - Cast iron squirrel nut cracker

ca. May 28, 1878 patent date; large cast iron gray painted figural squirrel shaped nut cracker designed by Frank A. Humphrey, seated with high arch "bushy" tail operating handle, when mved operated crusher arm mounted to arms of squirrel; detailed

Lot: 228 - Salvaged & repurposed antique child's cutter sled

ca. mid-late 19th century, re-painted 1933; child's cutter sled with hand forged runners that wrap over tips of cheese cutter rails, the sled has adapted box added to top of sled for delivery of newspapers into 1933 during height of the Depression;

Lot: 229 - Grain painted miniature softwood blanket chest

ca. 1850; dovetail constructed blanket chest on turned top shaped feet, molded edge lid set on brass butt hinges, chest with "rosewood graining" of black on early red paint background, chest has fine wide Grecian ogee molded base trim, interior till

Lot: 230 - English Staffordshire blue transfer platter

ca. 1845; English Staffordshire earthenware oval platter, blue transfer with blue ink back stamp "WR & Co/ Tyrolean" (William Ridgeway & Co), 13 3/4"x 17"; Condition: good

Lot: 231 - Pair of bicolored English Staffordshire luncheon

ca. 1835; bicolored (red border and teal-green center); indented rim, teal green ink back stamp "Palestine" and impressed "Adams" on the reverse, 8 1/2"d; Condition: Both discolored; 1 with a 1/4" under rim flake; 1 with a 3/4" under rim chip & 1/2"

Lot: 232 - English Staffordshire Kings Rose plate &

ca. 1830; pearlware brick red Kings Rose luncheon plate with four floral medallions within a pink diapered border, 8 1/4"d, Condition: some over glaze enamel losses; earthenware handleless cup and saucer with simple four colored (black, blue, green

Lot: 233 - 3 English Staffordshire children's ABC plates

ca. 1860-1890; polychromal (blue, green and yellow) overpainted on black transfer of "Drum Major", 5 1/2"d, Condition: flaked rim & glaze losses, 1 1/8" spider on reverse, discolored; blue, green and red over painted on black transfer with legend

Lot: 234 - 4 Late Adam's Rose place settings

ca. 1900-1925; four English Staffordshire earthenware place settings: dinner plates and handleless cups and saucers in the Late Adams Rose pattern, plates and saucers with black ink back stamp of the Royal Arms and "England" also impressed with

Lot: 235 - Purple spatter teapot & sugar bowl

ca. 1845; English Staffordshire earthenware purple spatterware teapot with blue eight point hollow star and mismatched lid, 5 1/2"d, 4 3/4"h, Condition: teapot with chipped spout, 1 1/2" line in base; sugar bowl with rooster motif and mismatched

Lot: 236 - Blue spatter plate & purple spatter plate

ca. 1845; English Staffordshire spatterware earthenware: blue spatter plate with tepees and silos design, 8 1/2"d, Condition: discolored; purple spatter plate with two brown acorn and leaves design with a twelve paneled rim, 8 1/4"d, Condition:

Lot: 237 - Group of 5 spatterware items

ca. 1850; English Staffordshire earthenware spatter: blue spatter saucer impressed "Stonweare/B&T", 5 3/4"d, 1 1/4"h, Condition: 1 3/8" under rim spider; blue spatter handleless cup, 3 3/4"d, 2 1/4"h, Condition: no damage; blue spatter cheese plate

Lot: 238 - Adams rainbow spatter handleless cup & saucer

ca. 1845; English Staffordshire earthenware spatter: blue, green and red spatter handleless cup and saucer with saucer impressed "Adams" on base, 4"d, 2 1/4"h cup; 5 3/4"d, 1"h saucer; Condition: some discoloration on saucer

Lot: 239 - 2 English Staffordshire rabbitware plates

ca. 1905; earthenware with a late Adams Rose type border and a central circular transfer of a green frog and three brown rabbits in their warren within a fenced field, 9 1/4"d, Condition: good; earthenware with a stick spatter blue camellia and green

Lot: 240 - Pearlware King's Rose cheese plate

ca. 1835; English Staffordshire pearlware cheese plate in the brick red King's Rose design with vine and rose foliage border, 7 1/4"d; Condition: service marks on overglaze decoration

Lot: 241 - 2 English Staffordshire spatterware plates

ca. 1845; 12 paneled edge red spatter, wide border dinner plate with Adams Rose type motif, 9 1/4", Condition: restored line central area, (2) 1/8" rim flakes; 14 paneled rim, blue spatter luncheon plate with a blue, green and red sic point star

Lot: 242 - 3 English Staffordshire blue shell edged pieces

ca. 1835-1865; oval pearlware platter impressed "Adams" on reverse, 10"x 12 1/2", Condition: glaze losses on rim; 8-sided ironstone platter, 12"x 15 3/4", Condition: discolored; ironstone luncheon plate, 8 3/4"d, Condition: good

Lot: 243 - 5 cutters/molds

ca. 18th-20th century; unknown silver bottle stopper/cutter with ornate pierce-work and engraved top/grasp, 1 3/4"d, 3 1/2"h, Condition: good; "What's it" tin biscuit cutter with pottery candlestick type holder with brown glaze, 3"d, 7"h, Condition:

Lot: 244 - 3 vintage tin cookie cutters

ca. 1900-1950; hand saw shaped cookie cutter with applied strap handle to solid tin back, sway back and flute tooth ede with handle, 6"x 1 3/4"x 1 3/4", Condition: some minor rust, unsigned, partial solder construction; large rider's boot with raised

Lot: 245 - 5 assorted tin cookie cutters

ca. 20th century; rare butterfly shape with inset solid back and applied strap handle, 3"x 3"x 1 1/2"; 1940s era "Mickey Mouse" type cookie cutter with open back and single rod style brace, 2"x 4"x 1/2"; rare fluted heart with interior tulip design

Lot: 246 - Large Santa & Christmas tree tin cookie cutter

ca. 1930-1950s; Santa cookie cutter standing holding a Christmas tree with a rectangular crimp braced back, large applied strap handle with wire bracing and 5 holes to easily release the cookie, 5 1/2"x 10 3/4"x 3"; Condition: some rust to

Lot: 247 - 2 rare tin animal shaped cookie cutters

ca. early 20th century; skunk figural tin cookie cutter on a sheet metal back with a long nose, arch back and raised bushy tail with 2 finger holes, 4 1/2"x 3 1/2"x 1/2", Condition: light solder tacking & some surface rust; rare rhinoceros figural

Lot: 248 - Tin cow/bull cookie cutter

ca. mid 20th century; expertly made cutter of bull figure on a full sheet metal back with horns, eye punch and long "bushy" tip tail, applied strap handle machine rolled and wire braced, 6 1/2"x 4 1/2"x 1 3/4"; Condition: very good with minimal rust,

Lot: 249 - Running gingerbread man cookie cutter

ca. early-mid 20th century; comical boy figure running with 1920s era baseball cap with arm/elbow open cutout, mounted on a folded triangular shaped sheet metal back with single vent hole, 7 1/2"x 7 3/4"x 1"; Condition: good with minor rust

Lot: 250 - 2 pipe figural tin cookie cutters

ca. 19th-20th century; European style tobacco pipe on full sheet metal back designed to look like an old multi-fact smoke pipe with three small vent holes, 5"x 7"x 1/4", Condition: some solder is loose & needs to be re-soldered; small simple smoke

Lot: 251 - 2 primitive items

ca. 20th century; union "warranted" leather cutting wheel with solid iron handle with finger hole socket, 1 3/4"d, 6"h, Condition: surface wear; "flying bird" figural tin cookie cutter on solid sheet metal back with fluted tip wings and tail, solder

Lot: 252 - Primitive "tomahawk" shaped tin cookie cutter

ca. early-mid 20th century; "tomahawk" hatchet figural cookie cutter on full sheet metal back with applied strap handle, nail pierced vent holes and applied with wide solder weld, 5 1/2"x 6 1/2"x 2 1/2"; Condition: some minimal rust & light creasing

Lot: 253 - Late reproduced Indian with tomahawk cookie cutter

ca. late 20th-early 21st century; Native American with mohawk head dress and hand raised holding tomahawk, signed with initial K strike and eagle and three-star strike, soldered to a sheet metal back with large single vent hole, 5"x 9"x 1/2";

Lot: 254 - 7 tray "cook stove drier"

ca. 1880-1920; galvanized footed and hood base with softwood 7 drawer cabinet top, drawers have wire screen drawer bottom and brass knobs, openwork cabinet has nail and bracket construction, galvanized hood base has black stencil "Cook Stove Drier

Lot: 255 - 2 Native American baskets

ca. 19th & 20th century; wrapped rye straw basket with double coil handle, dyed geometric steps on wraps, rim and handle accented with dark dyes wide over wrap, 11 1/4"x 8"x 8 1/2", Condition: Possible Papago Tribe of Arizona, some fading & interior

Lot: 256 - Carved stone Cherokee tribe vase

ca. 5-7-1976 dated; fin carved squat round vase made from polished soapstone-type rock with wide surface, flat top accented with feather and notch design around banded rim, interior and exterior polished smooth, bottom signed by artist from Cherokee,

Lot: 257 - 3 Native culture reproductions

ca. late 20th-early 21st century; pair of scratch & paint decorated dried gourd on stick moraccas with dried accent with heart design scratch line decoration, paint accented with black and red paint and shellacked to preserve, 4 3/4"d, 10 1/2"h &

Lot: 258 - Miniature softwood trinket chest

ca. 1880-1900; half lap and pin constructed miniature chest on bracket feet with hinged lift lid on brass butt hinges, small keyed chest lock, applied hand checkerboard carved corner columns, bracket feet accented with side bead molding and lid with

Lot: 259 - Display of 5 relic knives

ca. 18th century; display contains relics of four folding knives, of which two appear to be lock-back and two appear to have had bone handle covers; and one straight table knife with wooden handle; 3 3/4"x 1 1/4" - 7 1/2"x 1"; Condition: As found;

Lot: 260 - Group of 7 assorted choppers

ca. 18th-20th century; signed (?) #32 two handle rocker herb/mincing knife with turned knob handles, 12 1/2" blade x 7 1/2", Condition: good; hand worught D-Shaped mincing knife with oak grip, 5 3/4" blade x 5 3/4", Condition: very good; odd 6 blade

Lot: 261 - Miniature empire bureau

ca. 1880s; doll/child miniature bureau with turned feet made from mahogany wood with three graduated lower drawers with glass knob pulls, two upper locking ogee molded drawer front upper drawers, ornamental scroll work corner post, stained and

Lot: 262 - 4 household utensils

ca. 19th-20th century; dover pattern improved egg beater, 4/14/1903 patent hand crank beater with two-form metal dasher paddles, 2 3/4"x 2"x 10 1/2"; mass-produced drop-form press made iron three prong fork, 1 1/2"x 13"; fly swatter with mohair

Lot: 263 - Group of late check linens

ca. mid-late 20th century; brown, blue and white woven gingham plaid/check table scarf with frayed edges, 32"x 20 1/2"; another similar piece with unfinished edges, 44"x 21"; small blue and white plaid/check linen place mat with frayed edges, 19"x

Lot: 264 - Mounted large floral hooked rug

ca. 19th-early 20th century; large rectangular rug made with salvaged fabrics/rags with large central flowers with high tufted wool and trimmed fabrics, outlined with flowing yellow and red line and scroll border and has brown, tan and black outside

Lot: 265 - Late cat hooked rug

ca. late 20th century; loop hooked rectangular rug on burlap back with large silver/black reclining cat wearing an orange ribbon around neck, centered on rectangular lines of 1" runs of various uniform cut fabric and mounted to a modern display

Lot: 266 - Early cross-stitch sampler on homespun by

ca. dated 1840; fine PA form sampler on non-bleached 32 weft x 32 warp per inch weave, stretch and wrapped open loop hem on sides with two small upper case letter lines of red, green and brown dyed thread with two larger lines of script upper case

Lot: 267 - Printed cotton fabric Mennonite privy bag

ca. 1850-1880; pieced brown calico printed fabric bag with plain weave homespun back, lower dark brown pattern bottom and light brown pattern upper; bag interior is floral calico brown fabric with pocket opening and hem of bag in various brown

Lot: 268 - 3 pieces of vintage clothing

ca. 19th century; light fabric white check summer bonnet with pleated back, pleated 3/4" band and hemmed ties, completely hand-stitched, 8 1/2"x 10 1/2" with 12" ties, Condition: some holes & fraying to fabric; vintage white muslin "Quaker" bonnet

Lot: 269 - 5 PA redware crocks

ca. 1885; jelly and apple butter jar size with various lead glazed interiors, one is handled, all slightly bulbous with different rim treatments, 4 1/4"- 5 1/2"d, 3 3/4"- 5"h; Condition: 1 with 1 3/8" rim line; Handled crock with a pair of shrinkage

Lot: 270 - PA redware flower pot & stove foot pedestal

ca. 1885; flower pot with attached saucer and pie crust rim in reddish-brown lead glaze, 7 1/4"d, 6 1/2"h, Condition: 3" rim line, heavily flaked with glaze losses; Capstan form stove foot pedestal with some manganese sponging on a yellowish-brown

Lot: 271 - PA redware jar

ca. 1880; baluster shaped jar with a pair of incised collar rings and tooled foot, manganese splashes on a reddish-brown lead glaze, attributed to Leabnon Valley, PA, 5"d, 5 3/4"h; Condition: minor rim wear

Lot: 272 - PA redware bowl

ca. 1885; pan form bowl with canted rim and brown lead glazed interior, 10 1/2"d, 3 1/2"h; Condition: 2 1/4" rim line; (3) 1 7/8" rim lines; Shallow 2 1/8" rim chip

Lot: 273 - PA redware crock & jar

ca. 1885; slightly bulbous crock with rolled rim, faintly incised collar ring and brown lead glazing with uniform high glaze metallic spotting, 5 3/4"d, 5 1/2"h, Condition: good; cylindrical jar with rolled rim, everted neck, sloped shoulder and

Lot: 274 - 3 PA redware drape molded pie plates

ca. 1900 & 1950; two turn of the century reddish-brown lead glaze plates with thickened rims, 7 1/4" & 7 1/2"d, 1 1/4"h, Condition: 4" rim line & some glaze losses: 2 lines 2 1/2" & 2"; unsigned plate from Stahl Pottery with typical smoothed bottom &

Lot: 275 - 3 PA redware jars & pot

ca. 1875; brown speckled lead glaze slightly bulbous jelly jar with canted rim, everted neck and tooled foot flange, 4 3/4"d, 5"h, Condition: rim glaze flakes, 3/4" chip on foot & glaze flakes; red brown lead glaze slightly bulbous jelly jar with

Lot: 276 - PA redware jar

ca. 1880; cylindrical jar in brown lead glaze with rounded rim with interior lid ledge, everted neck and impressed shoulder ring, 7 1/4"d, 9 3/4"h; Condition: good

Lot: 277 - 2 stoneware batter jugs

ca. 1868 & 1880; 1 1/2 gallon slightly bulbous Albany slip glazed batter jug impressed "1 1/2" with slightly tapered rim above a tooled protruding collar ledge, inserted tube spout and a pair of vertical ear loops for the wire and turned wood handle,

Lot: 278 - 2 PA redware items

ca. 1880; large turkshead food mold in yellowish-brown lead glaze with manganese sponging, 16 slightly swirling ribs in a hollow scalloped bowl with an open interior cone, 12 1/4"d, 5"h, Condition: 3 1/2" & 1 1/2" rim lines, several 1/2" & smaller

Lot: 279 - Berks Co. redware apple butter crock

ca. 1880; PA slightly bulbous handled redware apple butter crock with rolled rim having a faint tooled collar ring, strap handle, overall reddish-brown lead glaze, attributed to Berks Co., PA, 6"d, 6 1/2"h; Condition: 3/8" rim chip, typical wear

Lot: 280 - 2 PA unsigned Willoughby Smith redware jelly jars

ca. 1885; slightly bulbous jelly jar in brown lead glaze with a rounded collared rim, both unsigned Willoughby Smith, Womelsdorf, PA: taller jar with a tooled foot, 5"d, 5 1/4"h, Condition: 1/4" rim glaze flake & other glaze losses on rim; smaller, 4

Lot: 281 - Dovetailed grain painted dome top trunk

ca. 1820-1850; singed on bottom by S. Badlam (?) S. Adams, MA; in dovetailed construction with two plank arch lid on cast iron butt hinges, trunks retain original chest lock and hasp with brass escutcheon cover, chest in red/brown brush-over cream

Lot: 282 - Large oak "orschbok" basket with gray paint

ca. 19th century; primitive form field basket in rough splint construction with bent splint rod handle and rim band, drawn and shaped staves, rough splint web/weaving and later gray oil paint to surface, 18"x 16"x 12 3/4"; Condition: early basket

Lot: 283 - 2 wooden cutting or pie boards

ca. 18th-19th century; early narrow pine cutting board with tombstone arch cut-out top with hanger hole, 9 1/2"x 3/4"x 21 1/4"; wide single plank douglas fir noodle board with arch top and hnager hole and nail mounted stop board, 17 1/4"x 3/4"x 25

Lot: 284 - 2 wooden primitives

ca. 19th century; large pine two-plank handled baker's tray with pin nailed ribbon board, arched handled nail mounted end boards and no finish, 37 1/2"x 20 3/4"x 3 1/2", Condition: some bug damage to bottom boards; wide single-plank softwood pie

Lot: 285 - Dovetailed walnut footed tray

ca. 18th century; tapered side footed tray in dovetail construction with small turned walnut peg feet and tray bottom and half round extended bottom, 11 3/4"x 11 3/4"x 6"; Condition: possible spit box or apple tray with make-do tin bottom, interior

Lot: 286 - New England painted domed top trunk

ca. 1820-1850; dovetail constructed softwood trunk with domed lid on make-do leather strap hinges, original lock and remounted original hasp, reddish/brown grain paint decoration and bottom and lid applied with hand-forged round head nails, 24"x 12"x

Lot: 287 - 3 large wooden cutting boards

ca. 18th-20th century; large two-plank pine board with upper screw and nail mounted upper and lower stop boards, 24"x 1 1/2"x 32"; extra-wide single plank softwood noodle board with hanger hole drilled and side nails mounted to stop board, 20 1/2"x 1

Lot: 288 - Fine pair of duck decoys by H.V. Shourds

ca. 1987 & 1988; carved by Harry V. Shourds, Barnagate Bay area, both full size swimming decoys with glass eyes, paint decoration, leather tie strap and signed on base: 1987 pintail drake, 18 1/4"x 5 1/4"x 7"; 1988 pintail hen, 16"x 5 1/4"x 7";

Lot: 289 - Vintage shorebird carving on stand

ca. 19th-20th century; fine carved shorebird carving of a two-part softwood body with fine detail shape carving to head, beack hand drawn and dowl-pin mounted into head, eyes and beak painted black, body is dark brown and tan with excellent

Lot: 290 - 4 painted wood physician's signs

ca. early-mid 20th century; horizontal sign of HA Tuck, MD with a black background and sand application over gold stencil technique, 20"x 1"x 4 1/2"; horizontal two-sided gold on black background sign with chamfer edge for Dr. G. Hamilton,

Lot: 291 - Vertical trade advertising thermometer for

ca. 1930-1940s; lithographed pressed steel vertical thermometer with red line vial with tan background with couple and pianter standing behind two large gallon on paint cans with four color screen print with Luminall in arch over people and two lower

Lot: 292 - Large painted wooden checkerboard

ca. late 19th century; large plank pine board with black outlined red painted checkerboard over dark brown stain with quarter-round banding/trim and the board with end checker wells with paint accent and narrow nose molding divider and trims are

Lot: 293 - 3 hand carved fruitwood spoons

ca. 1900s; teaspoon size tasting spoon with flat carved handle top and round shaft, 1"x 3/4"x 6 1/4", Condition: good; long handle tasting spoon with pointed spoon and same handle pattern, 1 3/4"x 1 1/2"x 11", Condition: written message on back of

Lot: 294 - 3 carved wood "whimsies"

ca. 19th-20th century; puzzle softwood carving of long splint arrow with square, heart and octagon shaped pieces over shaft of arrow, 4"x 4"x 8 1/2"; puzzle of paint decorated round balls in rectangular box with arched hanger with red and blue chalk

Lot: 295 - Rare wrought iron stuffing spoon signed W. Noel

ca. found working in 1880; W. Noel (Gettysburg, PA) in rare form with oval bowl, arched handle and wrapped hook for hanging with spoon having an embossed strike, 2"x 3/4"x 10"; Condition: extensive wear to bowl & surface rust to handle

Lot: 296 - Matched pair of officer's brass epaulettes

ca. 1850-1870; believed to be seargant's or NCO, the brass "sale" shoulder epaulettes have embossed cup/bucklet and fish scale design on shaft with the epaulettes having thumb turn-key mount that fit into escutcheon, pair framed in modern display

Lot: 297 - 2 painted wood office signs from Newspaper office

ca. 1900-1950; both mahogany horizontal hanging signs with chamfer molded edges, signs each painted green and have gold lettering with eye bolt hangers: one reads "Editorial Department", Condition: normal surface wear, some minimal paint loss; one

Lot: 298 - Hanging tin pie board with wooden rolling pin

ca. 1890-1910; unsigned tin pie rolling board with wire brushed rolled side, arched lower pin hanger/shelf and rolled top with wire hanger, includes wood non-handled rolling pin, back tin of board is corrugated tin, 18 3/4"x 3 1/4"x 22"; Condition:

Lot: 299 - Carved wood wash scrub board/drain rack

ca. 19th century; tray form scrub board with softwood plank bottom that has hand carved draining channels, board center arch top for hanging, nail applied sloped side and narrowed drain end and nail mounted battans, 15"x 2"x 25"; Condition: some

Lot: 300 - American Cheese Cutter Co. "success" blocking

ca. 1903-1910; known as "Computing Cheese Cutter Co" with pat. Date May 23 & Sept 24, 1903, on operating gauge arm, blocking knife with cast iron round base and cleaver mounted on hinge arm, block has wooden revolving base, 16"d base, 11"h;




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