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This is the best COFFEE GRINDER that we have had in many years. Outstanding original condition and it is the most desirable size of only 15” TALL. Great paint and decoration overall and nice and clean and ready to grind your morning joe. It is marked by the company of “LANDERS FRARY AND CLARK OF NEW BRITTAIN CONN” Model 30. Pristine!


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!


Extra nice Theorem on Velvet, circa 1830’s. This piece is very well done and the colors are still very vibrant. It shows a stylized basket of fruit with some leaves and a large bird and butterfly too. It measures about 20” x 16” including the gold leaf frame.


Dome Top Box in lively original paint, circa 1840. Great patterns, color, and dry surface too. It is all original and in great condition except that the lock plate has been changed over the years. It measures 26” x 14” x 13” tall.


This is a very gutsy Jelly Cupboard that was recently purchased out of a collection on Cape Cod, but was originally purchased many years ago in Maine. It has its original alligatored graining, nice bracket foot, and an outrageous fanciful backsplash. It is circa 1840’s – 50’s, and the surface and form are very special.


Mid 19th century American Wall Box in original dry red paint. It has a very whimsical form and measures 12” x 5” x 8” tall.


Huge handmade and beautifully quilted star quilt. It measures a huge 96” x 96”. It also has extremely well done quilting and has never been laundered as you can still see the pattern drawn out on the fabric.

Mid 19th century Knife Box in its original red and black graining. All constructed with great little square nails and in great condition too! You don’t usually find these with paint this nice! It measures 12” x 8” x 4” to the top of the handle.


Original Watercolor Winter Scene, signed Eugene M. Dyczkowski (1899 – 1987) It is circa 1930-40. He was a painter, designer, cartoonist, illustrator, teacher and lecturer. He was a member of the Buffalo Society of Artists and other associations. In 1933 as a WPA artist, he began producing murals for schools and state offices. His work is represented in many prestigious public and private collections including the Castellani Art Museum, the Rockport Art Association, the Burchfield Penney Art Center, the Tennessee State Museum, and more. It measures 20” x 16 ½” including the framing and matting.


Here is a 19th century barrel with a bit of an unusual form and two handles. It measures about 18” in diameter x 28” tall. It has a great old paint surface of dry putty colored paint over dry red paint. It is very sturdy and strong too.


Large Sheet Iron Schooner Weathervane in its original black paint. It is circa 1900 and very well crafted too. Note the waves lapping at the base of the ship, and all the detail in the sails and the rigging. It measures a very large 41” x 36”. This ship really makes a statement!


An early 19th century washstand in its original mustard paint. Note the very whimsical cutouts on the sides of the tall, dovetailed gallery that surrounds the top. It measures 18” x 16” x 37” tall. Great form and color.


Folky Hooked Rug in very pleasing colors. It shows two classic baskets of flowers, one at each end. It is all mounted and ready to hang and it measures 28” x 36” and is in great condition.

A nice handmade folk art Train Model. Probably made by someone that worked on that train. It is all original including the unusual paint. It is lettered LACKAWANNA on the sides of the coal tender and it measures 28” x 6” x 7” high. It is circa 1940 and in excellent condition.


Large Folk Carving of “SITTING BULL” This bold face measures about 13” tall and is all original. What a great look! He is carved from pine.


Grain painted tablet mirror, circa 1840, with original reverse painted glass on top and the original mirror too. Note the well done faux Tiger Maple paint job on all parts of the frame. It measures 16” x 24”. I have never seen another one quite like this one.


Rare 18th century Aquatint dated 1789. “THE NORTH WEST OR DAVIS’S STREIGHTS WHALE FISHERY” “Published May 1st 1789 by John and Jofia Boydell, No. 90 Cheapfide London.” / “Robt Dodd delint & Sculpt” Strong colors and beautifully framed and matted. It measures 34” x 24”.


Early Blown Glass Covered Jar with applied Bands. It has an open pontil and measures 5” in diameter x 11 ½” tall. Perfect condition!


This is a nice Industrial oil on canvas mounted on board, by Anthony J. Sisti (1901-1983) Buffalo, N.Y. It measures 32” x 24”. Anthony Sisti was a painter, born in New York City in 1901, and moved to Buffalo with his family in 1911. He studied at the Albright Art School with Urquhart Wilcox, the Royal Academy in Florence from 1925-1929, and earned a Doctoral Degree in painting. He also studied in France and Germany. Along with painting, Sisti also professionally boxed, which he used as a means to fund his studies and exhibitions. He even used it as a way to return to Buffalo. After traveling with Ernest Hemingway, he found himself with not enough money to return, so he boxed in Rome and won the fare he needed. From 1918-1930, he fought in over 100 professional fights, and known as “Kid Tony”, won the Amateur Golden Gloves Bantam Weight Championship of New York State. He established the Sisti Galleries in Buffalo in 1938. He also befriended Charles Burchfield, purchasing many of his paintings to exhibit in his galleries. In 1979, he donated 25 of Burchfield’s paintings to the Burchfield Center, along with eight drawings, and a number of his own paintings. Currently, in the Burchfield there is a gallery section named after Sisti, and many of his works are included in the permanent collection.


A very unusual Hobby Horse, circa 1900-1910. I haven't seen this form before and really thought it was a great one. The head is what it is all about with this piece! It is a very folky large carved and painted wooden horse head with a thick brush mane, leather straps, and marbles for eyes. The paint is all original and actually has a beautifully crazed dry surface. The saddle seat is also very nice!


This is a very strong Industrial Photo, “Foundry Fog” by Dr. Grant M. Haist (1920-2015) Dr. Heist was a senior research associate at the Eastman Kodak Research Lab in Rochester, N.Y. for 32 years. His photographic work has appeared in National Geographic, National Wildlife, Smithsonian and many more. He wrote books on “Modern Photographic Processing”, and “The History of Kodak Cameras.” This photo was done in 1952 and measures 16 ½” x 12”. Excellent condition and much better in person than our photo here.


Large 19th century bass drum with beautifully painted drum head. This old guy measures 30” in diameter x 18” thick. Great colors and subject matter to be seen on a drum. Just tip it down and add a piece of glass and you have a great coffee table.


Here are 4 Rare Corn Husk tiny Talisman False Face Masks. A Talisman is a charm which is believed to contain certain magical or sacramental properties which would provide good luck for the possessor or possibly offer protection from evil, harm or sickness. These miniature masks were considered very personal possessions. All these masks deserve respect as a religious object of the Iroquois. The smallest one measures about 2 ¾” in diameter and the largest is 6” in diameter. Sold all together.


Large early Carboy Bottle in a dark, rich, glowing amber color. It is in excellent condition and measures about 14” x 10” x 17” tall. A real beauty!


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!


This is an exceptionally nice early 20th century souvenir tray from CASTLE CRAGS CALIFORNIA. You rarely find these types of pieces that are this well done and all done by hand including the beautifully woven rim around the outside. Very possibly done by Native Americans. The scene is hand painted as well, and the woven rim is actually stitched right to the wooden bottom. BEAUTIFULLY MADE! It measures 19” x 13” x 2” Great condition!


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.


Large Toleware Tray, circa 1835. This tray is all original and although it has some wear it is still a beauty! It measures 17” x 12”.
The paint is all very stable! Great patina too!


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


Historically significant early sampler in a great old lemon gold frame. This is the only sampler I have ever had or seen that is marked with a Western N.Y. town name. It is signed, “Louisa W. Wares Sampler West Bloomfield 1828”. It measures 14” x 16” including the frame. I have had this in my own collection for well over 25 years. West Bloomfield is near Rochester, N.Y.


Toleware tray with crystallized center panel. This tray is circa 1835 and is all original. It is a nice small size of 6” x 8 ¾”. A REALLY NICE OLD PIECE OF American Toleware!


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!


Very hard to find Ithaca Calendar Clock. This is a really nice, good working clock. It has a walnut case and measures 12” x 4” x 22” tall. The bottom face is marked, “H.B. Horton’s Patents / Calendar April 18th 1865 / Aug 26th 1866” Also – “Ithaca Calendar Clock Company / Ithaca N.Y.”

Here is one of four early 20th century cement or cast stone planters that we just got in. They came from a house in North Buffalo where they had been forever. They are all in very good solid condition and measure 24” x 9” x 6” high. They are made to simulate tree bark. Great look, great patina! Sold by the pair.


Outstanding mid 19th century PA. Crib Quilt. Beautiful craftsmanship and very good condition. Professionally put on a stretcher for easy display. It measures 41” x 35”.


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.



This is a large 19th century heavy cast iron fence post finial. It must have been quite a fence! It measures a large 15” tall and would look great in your garden!




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