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ALFRED MONTGOMERY, AMERICAN, 1857-1922. While Montgomery painted many rural and farm scenes, he was most famous for his dried or "dent" corn still life's. His formats ranged from small paintings of 2 or 3 ears of corn, to much larger works with displaying dozens. This painting has been professionally cleaned and reframed in a frame of its period. Size: 14.5 x 11.5 overall. Condition: Excellent. Signed.


RECUMBENT HOLLOW CHALKWARE DEER. This lovely deer remains in first paint and excellent untouched condition, (no repairs). Size: 10 x 8.25 c1840.




19TH CENTURY LARGER SIZE DARK GREEN CHESTNUT BOTTLE. Excellent condition without flaws. Great expected wear and size. It measures, 8.75 x 5  



SMALL HAND MADE OWL. Hand carved with many individual pieces applied to simulate feathers. Original paint weathered to a great surface. Size: 10 inches tall.c. 1940s.


RARE HOLLOW BODY MAINE MADE CANADA GOOSE DECOY. Made of several wood layers. Carved in the high alert position. Excellent condition with a great folky form and hand carved wooden eyes. Size: 25 c 13.5



19TH CENTURY PAINT DECORATED DOCUMENT CHEST. Beautifully decorated and embellished with a dove holding a banner in its mouth that reads: "This box contains my private papers." The horse shoe shaped key hole escutcheon is engraved with the initials ELC. Original key included. Condition: Extraordinary. Size: 13 x 9 x 6.5 c1830



EARLY 19TH CENTURY BRONZE POSNET. The name “Wasbrough” and the numeral “3” appear on the handle.  Size: 16 inches long, 6.5 inches in diameter. English. The patina and surface are excellent!  



LARGE CAST IRON LIGHTHOUSE DOORSTOP. Maker unknown. Size: 15 inches tall, 10.5 inches at its widest mark. Condition: Excellent with well casted details. c1920.



QUILL WEATHERVANE. Formed copper construction throughout. Condition: No repairs or restoration having a very old second paint over its original gilded application much of which is clearly exposed. Exceptional form, surface color and condition. Size: 27.5 x 18.5 on its custom metal museum stand. c1880



SUPERIOR PAIR OF GRAPHITE WEDDING PORTRAITS. Attributed to Noah North, (1809-1880). Mounted in identical paint decorated frames not original, but of the period. Meticulous facial and clothing detail. Condition: Excellent. Size: 17.25 x 14.25. The wonderful old wavy glass is noteworthy. c1830.



AMERICAN SCHOOL OOB STILL LIFE PAINTING OF MELONS. The colors on this painting remain very rich and vibrant. Its detail is amazing. No repairs. No inpainting. Positive black lighting. Mounted in a modern gold frame. c1920. Unsigned. Size: 20 x 17.5



LARGE 19TH CENTURY FOUR FINGER OVAL SHAKER BOX. The condition of this box is excellent with its old nut brown color and surface. Size: 11.5 x 8.25 x 4.5  



SHORT STEM HUMMER ROOSTER WIND MILL WEIGHT. Maker: Elgin WInd Power & Pump Company, Elgin, Illinois. The smallest of all the rooster mill weights weighing only 9 pounds. No damage. Great red painted first surface. Size: 11.5 x 10 mounted. c1900s.



WATERCOLOR OF A YOUNG BOY. Attributed to Jacob Maentel 1778-1863. Coming to this country from Germany in 1805, Maentel earned his living as a portrait painter in Lebanon, York and Dauphin Counties. This example of a standing young boy facing left while holding a book is a typical format for many of his works. Excellent overall condition with some very minor foxing and toning. Reframed in a black painted frame of the period. Conservation mounted. Size: 6.5 x 8.25 overall.



HIGHLY GLAZED AND BLUE DECORATED STONEWARE CANNING JAR. Marvelous condition with simple decorations. Found in Maine. Size: 7 x 4.25. c1840  



SMALL CAST IRON TURTLE MATCH HOLDER. A unique item appealing to turtle lovers everywhere. Size: 2.5 x 4.25 About 1920. Excellent condition.



SMALL FREE BLOWN WHALE OIL LANTERN. Totally untouched and original. Punched diamond and stars decorate it upper and lower segments.

Size, 14.5 inches tall, about 4 inch diameter hand blown globe. c1840-1860



CAST IRON FISH ANDIRONS. Perfect for the fisherman or sportsman in your life. Size: 12 inches tall, 13.5 inch log dogs. Excellent condition. c1930.



CAST IRON MUSICAL NOTES ANDIRONS.  Signed, Nashville Chrome Plating Co. Perfect condition. About 1930. Size: 17.5 inches tall with 15 inch log dogs.



THEOREM BASKET ON PAPER. The work depicts an outstanding basket of assorted fruits in rich, vibrant colors. Completely untouched and original including its lemon gold frame. Size: 18 x 16. c1835. Just a screamer!!



JESSE BLACKSTONE NUTHATCH. Jesse Blackstone lived most of his life in Concord, New Hampshire caving alongside his father and on his own. Blackstone carved thousands of song birds and signed and numbered each one. The number 170 on this carving indicates it was his 170th nuthatch in a series of carvings. Size: 3.5 inches long.



RARE, THREE SOCKET, CRIMPED BACK, TIN WALL SCONCE. This stunning example remains in excellent condition with a very nice oxidized surface. Size: 11 x 8. c1820s.



EARLY 19TH CENTURY STRAIGHT SIDED BOTTLE WITH AN UNUSUAL STRING LIP. Nice dark green color with no flaws or apologies. Open pintle. Nice wear on the bottom. Size:19 inches tall, 5 inches in diameter.



HAND CARVED TOOTH TRADE SIGN. Originally made for outdoor use but likely spent most of its life indoors as no signs of weathering exist. Nicely carved with a great white painted surface which shows good age. Size:18.5 inches tall, 13.5 inches at its widest point. c.1940



SMALLER SIZE TIN HAT TRADE SIGN. A fine example in excellent condition. It comes with both a custom table top stand and one to allow wall hanging. Size, 14 inches tall on its base. About 12 inches wide. Age, late 19th century. Found in New Hampshire.


UNUSUAL 19TH CENTURY HARNESS SHOP TRADE SIGN. I cannot imagine the time and effort that went into both the design and making of this sign. Each letter was done in the manor of a reverse paining on glass. Silver tape outlines the letters which were then highlighted with foil, then backed with a black painted ground. I'm amazed each time I look at this extraordinary sign. Each letter is unblemished and not a single piece of glass is cracked. Each piece measures 10.5 x 7.5.



BALE HANDLED PEASEWARE JAR. This little gem has survived unscathed though out the years. Advanced collectors will not only appreciate its condition but its lovely nut brown color as well. Not including its handle, it measures only 3 3/4 inches tall. Made in Northeast Ohio about 1860.



NEW ENGLAND TIN AND GLASS ONION LANTERN WITH WHALE OIL BURNER.  This little beauty measures 11 inches tall with a 4.5 inch diameter globe and remains in exceptional condition without issues. About 1840.


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