Lot 562    

Folk Art Miniature Hay Fork,
2004, The Collection J. John Auraden / Oct 21-22
a hickory, split, and bent wood three-pronged hay fork with bent dowel spreaders; chip-carved facets with original red paint and red dot surrounds, brass tacks decorative mounts; almost like a salesman’s sample, if not for the painted chip-carving; nice old patina; total length 26".

Provenance:  
From the Estate of John Auraden of Hamilton & Fairhaven, Ohio.


Condition:  
EXC.
Sold: $230.00
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Signed R.O. Smith Painting of a Flock of Sheep,
Lot # 431 - Signed R.O. Smith Painting of a Flock of Sheep,
oil on canvas landscape painting of a flock of sheep in a meadow; signed bottom right R.O. Smith. The stretcher has the label of a Cincinnati art supply store, unframed, 22"x 36". R.O. Smith was an artist in Hamilton, Ohio in the early 20th century. > Item Details
R.O. Smith  Wooded Landscape,
Lot # 430 - R.O. Smith Wooded Landscape,
oil on board, singed on the reverse R.O. Smith. Fine forest scene with a meandering trail. In a gilt frame; 11" x 9" (w/o frame), 13" x 11" (w/frame). R.O. Smith was an artist in Hamilton, Ohio in the early 20th century. > Item Details
<i>Ingram 12-Inch Ingot</i> Oak Regulator Clock,
Lot # 89 - Ingram 12-Inch Ingot Oak Regulator Clock,
8 day time and strike brass movement with printed paper dial on tin with Arabic numerals marked Ingraham; lower tablet with gilt Regulator; octagonal oak case with drop and worn original finish; 17" wide x 5" deep x 25" high. > Item Details
Wooden <i>Horse Shoeing</i> Sign,
Lot # 574 - Wooden Horse Shoeing Sign,
made to be double-sided with black-painted cove moulding surround, white ground with black lettering as above with wrought iron flat mount wall brackets at each side; appears to be ghost of a different sign on reverse, but over-painted in white; 17.5" high x 72" long. > Item Details
Advanced Threshing Company Grain Bin,
Lot # 837 - Advanced Threshing Company Grain Bin,
poplar, with a lift-top compartment on the top and a drop-front compartment on the side. Retains an old, black-painted surface and its original chromolithograph label on the drop-front door that features a young standard bearer. 24.5" high x 18.75" wide x 25.5" deep. > Item Details
American Blown Glass Store Jars,
Lot # 311 - American Blown Glass Store Jars,
lot of 8, all colorless glass, 7 with snapped pontils and one with ground lip pontil (5th); all with domed tin lid; sizes includes 3.25" diameter x 7" high; 4" diameter x 4.25" high; 3.5" diameter x 6.5" high; 5" diameter x 6" high; 6" diameter x 7.5" high; 6.25" diameter x 7.75" high; 6.25" diamete... > Item Details
Early American Cast Iron Ring Top Andirons,
Lot # 331 - Early American Cast Iron Ring Top Andirons,
fine cast column front with scrolled legs; 15.65" high x 14.25" long. > Item Details
Two Cased California Gold Miner's Scales,
Lot # 344 - Two Cased California Gold Miner's Scales,
both in oval tin hinged-lid cases; includes a japanned example with bronzed shield-breasted eagle centered on lid and stenciled inscription above and below that reads Miners Improved Gold Scale/Manufactured expressly for California/Germany; 7.25" x 3.75" with brass hanging balance pans and 11 weight... > Item Details
Early American Painted Cradle,
Lot # 844 - Early American Painted Cradle,
cherry and poplar, with a dovetailed case and scroll-cut rockers. Appears to retain its original red-painted surface. Midwestern, 19th century; 19.5" high x 27.25" wide x 42.25" long. > Item Details
Small Ohio Hanging Box,
Lot # 208 - Small Ohio Hanging Box,
poplar with original darkened natural surface, wrought-tack construction with flared sides and front and tombstone top with hole for hanging; 5.85" wide x 5.75" deep x 8.75" high. > Item Details
Velocipede by Gender Wheel Company, Toledo, Ohio,
Lot # 43 - Velocipede by Gender Wheel Company, Toledo, Ohio,
steel and cast iron with original oilcloth-covered wood seat and back, double-spoked iron wheels, original turned black rubber grips marked Eagle on steering column, in original black paint with stenciled silver scrollwork; wheels are 24" diameter; 48" long x 26" wide x 32" high. > Item Details
Folk Art Wooden Carousel Horse,
Lot # 583 - Folk Art Wooden Carousel Horse,
all hand-carved prancing-type with carved tack and saddle; late 20th century polychrome repaint with real horse tail; 43" long x 41" high. Likely carved in the Philippines. > Item Details
Three American Pewter Pots,
Lot # 160 - Three American Pewter Pots,
includes a straight line marked Sellew & Co./Cincinnati pear-shaped coffeepot with C scroll handle, domed lid and gooseneck spout; 11" high; PLUS an unmarked footed teapot with C scroll handle, stepped domed lid with finial and gooseneck spout; 8" high; AND a second unmarked footed teapot with C scr... > Item Details
American Deer & Mansion Bordered Jacquard Coverlet,
Lot # 254 - American Deer & Mansion Bordered Jacquard Coverlet,
ca 1850-60; single weave with unusual color combination with red, indigo, two shades of purple and green on white ground, stylized floral medallion center, wonderful border with leaping stag in corners, two 3-story manor houses on each side; wool and linen with fringe at each end; 76" x 80". > Item Details
Ohio Sheraton Cherry Desk-and-Bookcase,
Lot # 632 - Ohio Sheraton Cherry Desk-and-Bookcase,
2-piece, with poplar secondary wood. Upper case has 2 doors with 6 panes of glass each, shelves with plate grooves, and an ogee cornice. The lower case has 3 graduated and scratch-beaded drawers, turned and applied half-columns, paneled ends, and high, turned feet. The desk interior has a central... > Item Details
Early Quarter-Sawn Oak Carrier,
Lot # 758 - Early Quarter-Sawn Oak Carrier,
tapered sides with arched ends and oval cut-out handles, square nail construction in original natural surface; found near Oldenburg, Indiana and clearly shows the influence of these European immigrants; 20.3" long x 14" wide x 12" high. > Item Details
Walnut Inlaid Hepplewhite Chest of Drawers,
Lot # 642 - Walnut Inlaid Hepplewhite Chest of Drawers,
with light wood (probably maple) inlay and poplar secondary wood. 2 over 3 graduated drawers, all with string inlay and inlaid diamond escutcheons. Case has a moulded top, canted corners veneered in cherry with triple-string inlay, and bracket feet. Probably Ohio Valley, ca 1800-1820; 38" high x 41.... > Item Details
Cast Iron Dog Doorstops,
Lot # 135 - Cast Iron Dog Doorstops,
lot of 2, both late 19th or early 20th century; includes a Borzoi (Russian wolfhound) in old white repaint; 15.25" long x 9.75" high; AND another Borzoi with collar and ring for leash, in original black & peach paint; 12.5" long x 7.75" high. > Item Details
Civil War 71st O.V.V.I. Letter Archive,
Lot # 356 - Civil War 71st O.V.V.I. Letter Archive,
lot of 20 letters, many Civil War date or related. Six date before April 1865, and another 6 from the summer and fall of 1865, many from Texas where the 71st OVI was sent after combat officially ceased. The unit was not mustered out until Nov. 30, 1865 in San Antonio. The group comprises corresponde... > Item Details
Lot of Tin Store Spice Cans,
Lot # 594 - Lot of Tin Store Spice Cans,
lot of 5, all American, 19th century with slant lids; includes one marked Bengal Mills with bust of young lady on front; 8" wide x 10" deep & high; PLUS polychrome-painted with oval Japanese court scene on front and scrollwork surround with two small circular portraits of young ladies on canted corn... > Item Details
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