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18th century Braceback Continuous Arm Windsor with Knuckles. This is a large chair with a good splay and good form all around. It has an old refinished surface with a nice patina and a seat height of 18”


This is a full size wooden Folk Art Uncle Sam in his original paint. He is circa 1930’s and I believe he was used as a mail box holder. Great paint and surface and he stands 75” tall.


This is a 19th century Barn Louver in great old blue and white paint. It is a beautiful piece of architecture and looks great on the wall or in the garden. Big square nail construction. It measures 29” x 50”


A very exciting find! It is a Spectacular pastel theorem like still life in its original frame. This piece just pops! It is masterfully done and measures 14” x 11 ½” including the frame. There is a piece of tape on the back of the frame that says, “Painted 1865 by Charles F. Parker / Jackie’s great grandfather” AMAZING!


Here is a 19th century Dry Sink Cupboard in its original paint. It is in super original condition with its original paint. It is a great small size piece of furniture measuring74” X 48” X 21 ½”. It is stamped on the back with the makers mark of, “T.S. Beck & Son / Undertakers, Furniture, Carpets & Rugs, Manheim, PA.” The row of drawers along the side is an unusual treatment of a piece like this one.


Here is a six drawer early walnut spool cabinet. Advertising in tact as you see and the case is in original finish too. It measures 24 ½” x 17 ½” x 20” tall. It is in excellent original condition except that somewhere along the way the drawer bottoms have been replaced.


This is an early 19th century pine single drop leaf tavern table with drawer and button feet. It still has its original red paint with a single board top and single board leaf. The top board measures 41” x 23”. Even the top has most of the original red too. We haven’t had one this good in many, many years. It stands 28 ½” tall. What a beauty!


Original watercolor signed and dated by Martha Burchfield. A lovely winter scene of out buildings covered in snow and wild flowers in their winter state. She really captures the moment. It measures 28” x 20” including what is probably the original frame.


Here is an 18th century Burl Mortar and Pestle. It has a bulbous form and an excellent dry surface and patina. It has a heavy dot pattern throughout. You can see where at sometime in its life there was a knot that fell out of the body. Very solid and displays well. 5 Ύ” in diameter x 5 ½” tall. BEAUTIFUL!


Here is an oil on Strathmore Board. Rooftops, by J.P. Sellers, and dated 1925. A great little painting measuring 7 ½” x 9” excluding the old frame. Mr. Sellers was a graphic designer and artist from the Syracuse NY area.


Large Silhouette Goose Decoy with original iron stake. This piece was never painted and has developed a beautiful patina! The graceful neck and head are three dimensionally carved and the body is inletted to the neck. Great form! It measures a large 28” long. Decoy Folk Art!


We just brought in this late 19th century Dry Sink with drawer and upper shelf. It is in its original; paint and is extremely sturdy. It measures 53” x 20” x 53” tall. Note the scallop on the bottom, the double paneled doors, and the nicely shaped sides. A very useful piece of American Country Furniture.


Extra nice 19th century Pottery Chimney Cap that stands 30" tall. It has the original red paint and a wonderful Chess Piece Form. As you know they are beautiful in the garden and you can leave them out year round.


This is an early 19th century footstool in its original blue/green paint. It is all square nailed and all original. It measures 19” x 9 ½” x 10” high. Good and sturdy too.


Here is an Ash Can School era Lithograph signed James R. Clark which is “James Rounding Clark (1918-2011) Clark was active/lived in California, and Mass. He was known for his Lithography, Painting, and teaching. We have more info about the artist to gladly share with the buyer. Paper is 20” x 12 ½”


Here is a small 19th century American Birdseye Maple Drum in great original condition with the original skins and a really nice old patina. It measures 8” x 10 ½” dia.


Here is a “BUFFALO SCHOOL” Rooftops painting, circa 1940. Great colors and full subject matter too. The impasto technique provides the texture that makes it look as though the paint is coming out of the canvas. It measures 37” x 28” including the frame.


Here is a beautiful pair of early 19th century brass andirons. They have a seamed construction and are in great condition too. They measure just over 23” tall, and have a very nice patina too.


This is a RARE tin cane with a tooting horn top hand hold that was made for the McKinley Presidential Campaign of 1896. It is stamped towards the top, “PROTECTION PROSPERITY PATRIOTISM”. It measures 33” long.


This is a naive painting on wood plank, from the early 20th century. It shows a beautiful primitive pot of tulips. Not sure if the writing to the left side is a signature or something else. It measures 19” x 17”.


Large early Carboy bottle in great condition! Beautiful rich green color and open pontil. It measures 19” tall.


This is by far the nicest Victorian 19th century wire plant stand that we have ever had. Outstanding condition all the way around. It measures 33” x 19” x 30” tall.


Here are two wonderful paintings by Joseph Eger. Joseph R. Eger (American, 1919-2012) noted Western New York artist, painter, miniaturist & teacher primarily known for his impressionist landscape and cityscape paintings in oils & watercolors. Joseph was born August 29, 1919 in Buffalo, NY. We are selling them separately.

oil on board and has three women, two of them being nude, and is signed with his E on the front. It measures 7” x 5” and is circa 1930-40. Great characters in the Eger tradition.

oil on cardboard with fanciful figures and forms. On the back it is signed Eger, and titled “2:00 am Ellicott St. Bar c.1936”. It measures 9” x 5”.


This is a 19th century country store coffee bin in its original red paint and pinstriped decoration. It is all original and very clean too. It measures 18” x 20” x 27” tall.


19th century architectural column that had a tray added to its top while still in the 19th century so it could be used as a fernery. I can say it works perfectly and looks fabulous with a big Boston Fen sitting on it. Nice old paint, a great size, and crazed surface too. It stands 34” tall.


Here is a large watercolor illustration in its original painted frame. It is signed in the lower left and dated 1930’s although we can’t make out the name or exact date. It shows Colonial Soldiers, Frontiersmen, and their Indian Guides. It is very well done and interesting. It measures a large 34” wide x 29” high including the frame.


This is an early 20th century painted eye decoy in its original paint.  Beautifully hand carved with unusual detail paid to the tail and wing areas.  It measures 10” long.  Great form too!


Here is a very unusual Dome Top Box on its original stand and in its original paint. It is circa 1840 and has always been this way. I have never seen another one built like this before. 26” x 17” x 35” tall. It is all together as one piece.


Early 19th century four drawer country chest with a simulated French foot. It is Birch with a nice old red wash and it measures 40” x 19” x 41” tall. All original except the brasses. What a great New England look!


Here is a wonderful Mid-Century watercolor, The Bass Player signed Tom Funk (1911-2003) He was a very well known and well listed illustrator. Google him to see all his credentials. It measures 11” x 14”.


Here is a 19th century SALESMAN'S SAMPLE FLAX WHEEL. Built just like the full size version and still in working condition. It has a great old natural patina and is very detailed too. The wheel itself measures only 9” in diameter. I have never had a chance to buy one of these before. It is a real scale model!


This is a 19th Century Country Store Tea Tin in its original paint that has been made into a lamp. Great paint and it stands about 30” high to the top of the harp. Strong colors too.


Here is a Dome Top Box in its original vibrant paint, circa 1840. It originally had leather hinges that have come apart now but are still there. It measures 24” x 12” x 13” high.


Early 4 slat Ladderback Chair in 19th century paint. What a great look! The height of the back is almost 39” tall. This is a very sturdy chair!


Very early 19th century American sampler signed “Mary Taylor Wrought in the year 1803”. This piece has beautifully done borders with floral decorations and small animals too. It measures 19” x 16” including the frame. It is very interestingly designed and wrought.


Here is a 19th century pine bench in its original putty colored paint. It measures 74” x 10” x 19” high. It has the most beautiful warm old patina too!


American Toleware box, circa 1835. Nice original paint and in very good condition too. It measures 8” x 4” x 5” high.


Rare early Velocipede Baby Carriage. We have never had one of these before so it was very exciting to find this one. When the carriage is pushed in either direction the original full bodied horse hide covered horse rocks up and down. The woman that we bought this from bought it over 45 years ago while driving down Delaware Avenue in Buffalo. It was in the window of a very exclusive children's clothing shop that was going out of business. She stopped and asked if they would sell it to her and lucky for her they said yes. She has owned it all this time. It measures a large 62” long from horse hoof to back handle.. You just don't see these offered for sale very often. WOW!


Early 19th century Stick Spatter Handless Cup and Saucer. Great colors and condition.


Especially nice and rare 19th century crib quilt. Great condition and vibrant colors! It measures 34” x 37”. This was originally found in a home in Lockport, N.Y.


Here is a large metal Floor Train made by The Cor-Cor Toy Company from Washington, Indiana. It has the original paint and is in overall great original condition. It measures a large 49” long including the Engine and Tender and the Pullman Car too. Especially great paint! The Cor-Cor Toy Company went out of business pre 1941.

This is a large wooden crate with the original color and stenciled lettering from, “Easter Brand Foods” It is the same on both sides and has large stenciled numbers on the ends too. It measures 30” x 14” x 10”.


Here is a pair of Hand Knitted Wool Knee Socks just in time for winter. Probably 19th century and in excellent condition. What great colors and designs and ready to wear too.



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