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circa 1850C453 19th century nine drawer Apothercary Chest from New England, with the original dark spanish red painted case and dividers with mustard drawers, the drawers are square head nail construction, it is a great size to either hang or rest on the floor circa 1850 Sold!C442 19th century cobblers bench, Identified to the boot maker Eldred IL Prentiss, from Milford Massachusetts, lived on Asy Street, in the year of 1872.The standing pose is further energized by the striated black back ground, with red and white flowers with green leaves SOLD C535 19th century New Jersey two sided wooden restaurant trade sign ( Spaghetti House Sandwich) painted on board with applied boarder with applied molding the back ground is mustard with dark blue letting high lilted with orange circa 1890-1910Sold!

X172 Sam Barn canvasback Hen Havre De Grace born 1847 died 1926 This Decoy is some of Sam's earliest work from 1890- 1900 , in early repaint, the Decoy is in excellent condition with no cracks in neck or body.

C436 19th century York Pennsylvania over hanging drawer Drysink, in the dry original oyster white paint, high cut out foot, retains the old natural patina on the interior. one board bottom, the drawers is square head nailed. C446 19th century New England ten drawer Apothecary, with beautiful old oyster gray paint, resting on four gracefully turned feet, applied molding around the top as well as the bottom.

This Cobbler's Bench still retains it's beautiful blue paint. Red and green letters painted on white back ground C411 18th century Pennslyvania Cupboard , with the original indigo blue paint , plank door construction, with dovetailed case, single plank door with interior beaded baton and iron H-hinges, beded stiles and arched cut out feet 47" high x 36 1/2 " wide x 14" deep C432 19th Century Wall Scouring box with carved crest above vertical scouring backboard having applied sides above box with carved down-swept sides.

C439 Early 20th century trade sign, adversting fresh dressed Poultry, Springers and Flyers and fresh egg. Simple yet successful country construction; original paint and good patina Sold!

A nice addition to any collection circa 1850 C620 Oyster Crock or Jar was likely made somewhere in Mid Atlantic area sometime around 1870.

The beehive form is also very esthetically pleasing.

The Desk still retains it original red wash paint on the interior and exterior Eastern Shore Maryland Trade Sign carved and painted pine shotgun [gun repair or gun shop] trade sign, circa 1920.

The shotgun has three wire hangers where it would have been hung in the front window of the shop. B419 19th century Pennsylvania one door storage Cupboard in the original robin egg blue paint, paint, all original, interior natural patina, one door construction, the door is mortised and pegged , nice cut out foot, single panel door circa 1820-1840 C597 19th century New England Bail Handle Pantry Box with the original dry blue paint ,with over lapping bentwood sides, secured with small metal tacks.

Many of these businesses also sell reconditioned typewriters.

JR8 18th century Valley of Virginia six board Hunt Chest/ Chest on frame the wood is all yellow pine ,dovetailed case resting on a full mortised and pin hepplewhite base all rose heads nails and square head nails retaining it's original black paint, circa 1790, RM620 Early original painted Bluebill carved by Ira Hudson, Chincoteague, Virginia, circa 1920's.

C548 Early 19th century Pennslyvania Country Store Counter Desk, with the original beautiful well worn sage green paint, with a dovetailed case, with a slint hinges lid, very unusal form, the wood is white pine circa 1820C498 18th century Traven Table circa 1790 two board top with pegs and rose head nails attached to the one drawer base, The base is pegged construction resting on breaded tapered legs in original blue paint SOLD RM666 Nautical Trade or Tavern Sign, Ships Anchor, Found in Center City Philadelphia, 19th Century Wonderful Folk Art Trade sign in original blue weathered paint with traces of lettering that can still be seen.