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Hooked Rug

Punchy hooked rug with a "hit or miss" design and two blue flowers. Wool and cotton on burlap. Circa 1930. Professionally mounted and in excellent overall condition.

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PA Hooked Rug

This punchy, well executed wool on burlap hooked rug with a basket of flowers is of Berks County, PA origin. The blue, purple, white and green base colors are crisp and are a combination not usually seen on a PA hooked rug. It is a desirable size at 30" x 21". Professionally mounted for display.

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Hooked Rug

Dating to the mid 20th century, this folky hooked rug presents a mother cat and two kittens playing with balls. The expressions on their faces gives this wool on burlap rug extra punch. It is in excellent original condition. Dimensions - 38" x 20 1/2".

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Cat Hooked Rug

Sheared wool on burlap hooked rug with a playful cat and a ball of yarn. The cat rests on a colorful braided rug presented on a variegated background with a gold border. Found in Maine. Circa 1930's. Dimensions - 26" x 18" - a good small size.

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Paint Decorated Jelly Cupboard

Lancaster County jelly cupboard with original vibrant flame-grained paint decorated surface. Two dovetailed drawers over to doors with original hardware. Excellent smaller size with wonderful scalloped skirt and ends. Circa 1850. Height - 35", Width - 35", Depth - 19".

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NE Paint Decorated Shelf

Mid-nineteenth century New England pine hanging shelf with brown and black paint decoration. The paint appears to date to around the turn of the century. Square nail construction with wonderful scalloped sides and plate grooves on each shelf. This piece is an excellent size for the display of smalls. Height - 36", Width - 25". The shelf's are 8, 7 and 6" in depth.

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Federal Tiger Maple Table

Federal tiger maple table drop-leaf, gate-leg table with beautiful turned legs and a single dovetailed drawer with it's original brass pull. This piece is untouched with no restorations or repairs other than being refinished in mid twentieth century. Height - 29 1/2", Length - 40", Width Leaves Down - 19", Width Leaves Up - 47".

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Sheraton Cherry Chest

Figured cherry Sheraton chest with an old, if not original finish. This nicely proportioned chest has a molded top with a slight overhang over four graduated dovetailed drawers with cock beading and original brass pulls. The main stiles on either side of the drawers are reeded which is a feature not often seen in Sheraton chests of drawers. Circa 1830. Height - 39", Width - 44 1/2", Depth 20".

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PA Paint Decorated Corner Cupboard

Central Pennsylvania two part pine corner cupboard with an ogee cornice and a glazed twelve lite door over a base with raised panel doors, a nicely scalloped apron and bold bracket feet. Retaining it's original faux figured maple (birds-eye and tiger) painted surface and early glass, this terrific cupboard exhibits highly desirable size, form and surface. Circa 1850. Height - 87", Width - 41". Corner Size - 25 1/2".

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Pennsylvania Trade Sign

Late 19th or early 20th century trade sign with crisp gold, green and yellow block lettering on a dark red ground with a black border. The sign is in wonderful original condition with absolutley no in-painting or restoration. It is an excellent size and makes for a terrific display.
Length - 54 1/2'', Height - 15".

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Carved Wooden Eagle

Mid twentieth century carved eagle with an American shield made by the Artistic Carving Co of Boston, Mass. Excellent original condition. Width - 36", Height - 9". Photos 603-1 (primary) and 603-3 secondary.

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Old Saybrook Wildfowler Widgeons

Fantastic and rare pair of Old Saybrook Wildfowler widgeons in original untouched surface. Dating to the late 1930's, they were made for and used by the Orville Reed Right Gun Club of Back Bay, Virginia. Each of the birds are branded ORR on their backs and bottoms. They are pitchered on page 106 of Henry A. Fleckenstein's book American Factory Decoys. Length - 13 1/2".

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Hudson River School Painting

Unsigned Hudson River School oil on canvas depicting two men with a sailboat along the shoreline and numerous sailboats on the horizon. Circa 1870. Possibly original period frame. Provenance - Ex Michael Schnall collection. Sight - 22 x 16".

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J.W. Fiske Weathervane

Ethan Allen running horse weathervane attributed to the J. W. Fiske Co., New York City, NY. Full body molded copper with a cast iron head. Original verdigris patinated surface with one bullet hole repair. Mounted on a contemporary iron stand. Circa 1880. Length - 31".

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Bob White Pintail Decoy

Pintail decoy carved and painted by Bob White of Tullytown, PA. This decoy dates to the 1970's and is in excellent original condition. It is signed on the bottom with Bob's signature thin copper tag he used back then. Length - 18 1/2".

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