Lot 16    

Eight Pennsylvania German Hand-Carved Animals,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
late 19th-early 20th century, of pine; consisting of two horses, camel, sheep, cow, rooster, parrot and swan; ranging in size from 3" to 4.5".

Condition:  
Cow and sheep are each missing an ear and parrot missing a beak.
Sold: $390.00
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Silver <i>Worcester Regatta</i> Rowing Trophy,
Lot # 196 - Silver Worcester Regatta Rowing Trophy,
American, ca 1869, in unmarked silverplate, engraved Worcester Regatta/Aug. 5, 1869/TOWN PLATE, and A.K.C./F.H. Collins/3, unmarked; 6.875" high. The Worcester Regatta was a hotly competed, annual collegiate rowing event with participants including Harvard, Yale and teams from the British Isles. > Item Details
Hunzinger Chair,
Lot # 431 - Hunzinger Chair,
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Three Pairs of Brass Push-Up Candlesticks,
Spencerian Eagle, signed <i>JH Rowland Jackson, Ohio</i>,
Lot # 452 - Spencerian Eagle, signed JH Rowland Jackson, Ohio,
depicting ornate flying eagle with banner, alphabet, two doves in lower corners. Period frame; 27.5" x 21.75". > Item Details
Rare Scroddled Ware Bennington Book Flask,
Lot # 362 - Rare Scroddled Ware Bennington Book Flask,
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African American Wooden Doll,
Lot # 11 - African American Wooden Doll,
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Cobalt Steigel-Type Footed Bowl,
Lot # 78 - Cobalt Steigel-Type Footed Bowl,
American, late 18th-early 19th century, pattern-molded in an expanded 14-diamond ogival design with tooled rim and short applied funneled base with folded rim; 2.875" high x 4.25" diameter. (See McKearin 1968: plate 31-4 and Innis 1976: 179, fig. 158 and 202, fig. 199) > Item Details
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Lot # 146 - Portrait of David Shaver, by Samuel Shaver
Tennesseeca 1835oil on canvasunsigned26.75" x 23.5"David Shaver, Esq., built a log home in 1808 on his 300-acre plantation in Kingsport, Tenn., later the residence of Samuel B. Stuffle. Shaver's brother, Michael, was a Tennessee silversmith and his son, Samuel, was a portrait painter. > Item Details
Early American Treen Salt Bowl,
Lot # 410 - Early American Treen Salt Bowl,
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Dietz, Brother & Co. Solar Lamp,
Lot # 107 - Dietz, Brother & Co. Solar Lamp,
American, ca 1850, of gilt lacquered and patinated bronze and brass, relating to Plate 32, Item No. 199 in the 1860 Dietz catalog, with standard incorporating gothic and rococo motifs, supporting a cut and etched turban form blown glass shade with floral motifs and 6" fitter. Sold with period shade ... > Item Details
Georgian Gilt and Gesso Looking Glass,
Lot # 97 - Georgian Gilt and Gesso Looking Glass,
English, George III, crowned with basket holding flowers. Beveled looking glass, 24.5" x 15.5" (sight), 39.875" x 22" (w/frame). > Item Details
English Regency Mahogany Bed,
Lot # 263 - English Regency Mahogany Bed,
ca 1800-10, made for side placement against a wall and having turned front columns and urn finials on back posts; 55" high x 71.5" long x 49.5" deep. > Item Details
<i>F. Heyde</i> Stoneware Tankard with Pewter Lid,
Lot # 528 - F. Heyde Stoneware Tankard with Pewter Lid,
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Lot # 83 - Reed & Barton Claret Frame and Bottles,
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19th-Century Folky Pencil Drawing, <i>Tomb of Harrison</i>
Canvasback Drake Decoy,
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Lot # 368 - New England Federal Tall Case Clock,
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