Lot 34    

Shaker Cherry Wall Cupboard,
Summer Fine and Decorative Art Auction / June 6, 2009
attributed to Pleasant Hill Community, Harrodsburg, Kentucky, ca 1840-1850, with poplar secondary wood. Two paneled doors over two aligned drawers above paneled doors, resting on arched bracket feet; 84" high x 48" wide x 13.5" deep.

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Property of the Kettering-Moraine Museum, Dayton ,Ohio
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Blown Glass Storage Jars,
Lot # 409 - Blown Glass Storage Jars,
American, late 19th-early 20th century, Three jars of colorless glass, each with two applied rings, domed lids and knopped finials; two are 10.75" high, one is 11.75" high and has tooled rim. > Item Details
Folky Oil Painting of a Pennsylvania Coal Train,
Lot # 46 - Folky Oil Painting of a Pennsylvania Coal Train,
American, ca 1880. Oil on canvas depicting a coal locomotive traveling over a railroad bridge. The train is labeled I. & ST. L. On verso Pennsylvania about 1880;14" high x 20" wide (sight). > Item Details
McKenney & Hall, <i>Tschusick, An Objiway Woman</i>,
Lot # 76 - McKenney & Hall, Tschusick, An Objiway Woman,
hand-colored lithograph, published in 1837 by E.C. Biddle, printed and colored by Bowen's Lithographic Establishment; 16" high x 12" wide (sight). > Item Details
Marble Top Brass Stand,
Lot # 341 - Marble Top Brass Stand,
American, ca 1880-1900, the top of variegated marble on a brass stand, top over pierced brass arched valances, the frame with a glass shelf below, rising on scrolled leaf feet; 30.875" high x 17.5" wide x 11.75" deep. > Item Details
Folk Art Paddle Wheel Model,
Lot # 1 - Folk Art Paddle Wheel Model,
American, 1886. A handmade folk art paddle wheel model of the Lily Jane, of wood, metal, glass and plaster with original paint. Details include two lifeboats, also folky figures of sailors and gentleman on the hurricane deck. Dated on brass plaque, Feb 21st 1886; 18.5" high x 33" wide x 16" deep. > Item Details
Chelsea Brass Ship's Bell Clock,
Lot # 196 - Chelsea Brass Ship's Bell Clock,
ca 1950-54. A Chelsea Ships Bell clock in a polished brass case, with screw-on bezel, silvered dial, black painted etched numerals, Slow-Fast dial between the 9 and 10. Eight-day springwound movement with ships bell strike on the half hours. Serial number on base and movement, 569467. Dial signed, C... > Item Details
Sailor Folk Art  Watercolor,
Lot # 192 - Sailor Folk Art Watercolor,
British or American, ca 1850, watercolor on paper. Sailor depicted with his initialed A.P. sea bags, and caption The Nation's Hope!; 7" high x 5" wide (sight). > Item Details
Regency Metamorphic Oak Library Chair,
Lot # 231 - Regency Metamorphic Oak Library Chair,
ca 1815. The hinged seat falling forward to form four steps with (later) inset tooled leather coverings;: 34" high x 25" wide x 20" deep.Note: The design of this armchair is similar to a design first published in Ackermann's Repository of Arts, in July, 1811 and captioned "This ingenious piece of fu... > Item Details
Chinese Porcelain Garden Seats,
Lot # 205 - Chinese Porcelain Garden Seats,
19th century. A pair of Chinese Export blue and white underglaze blue garden seats, hexagonal-form with pierced cash designs and raised bosses; 18.5" high x 13" diameter. > Item Details
Ford 1919 Model T  Depot  Delivery Truck,
Lot # 266 - Ford 1919 Model T Depot Delivery Truck,
Vehicle #13013801. Appears original and without restoration, with good wooden body frame and top. Starts and runs. Has a wind-up Elgin clock on dash, a replacement speedometer, original amperage gauge. This truck is believed to be a Martin-Parry Truck Body, with a unique three-tier truck bed. The ca... > Item Details
Tall Chinese Fern Stand with Marble Top,
Lot # 206 - Tall Chinese Fern Stand with Marble Top,
ca 1880-1890, rosewood carved top with inset scalloped marble top. With lower pierced and carved shelf connecting four s-curved legs, ending in paw feet; 37" high x 16" wide at top. > Item Details
Italian Gilt Wood Mirror Frame,
Lot # 404 - Italian Gilt Wood Mirror Frame,
20th century, in the Rococo style of pierced, carved and gessoed gilt wood; 44" high x 39" wide x 2.5" deep. > Item Details
Lady's Enameled Gold Watch,
Lot # 368 - Lady's Enameled Gold Watch,
probably Swiss, late 19th century. A 14K gold lady's watch with enameled decoration of a bird defending its nest from a snake, engraved on cuvette Mama to Katie, Sep 11 1895. Enameled dial and gold filigree hands. Stem wind; case approximately 1.3125" diameter. > Item Details
Ford Lincoln 1964 Continental Convertible,
Lot # 271 - Ford Lincoln 1964 Continental Convertible,
Vehicle #4Y86N416533. Four-door model, with suicide doors. Solid body with new complete exhaust system and sporting a V-8 engine. Black vinyl convertible top. Blue leather interior and blue carpeting. Complete with factory installed air conditioner, an optional feature at the time. Car starts and ru... > Item Details
Audubon Havell Edition Plate XXXVI
Lot # 72 - Audubon Havell Edition Plate XXXVI "Stanley Hawk",
hand-colored engraving, etching and aquatint, by R. Havell, on heavy wove paper with the watermark J. Whatman 1831. Sheet size 38" x 25.25". > Item Details
<i>A View of Esplanade Row</i> by James Fraser,
Lot # 387 - A View of Esplanade Row by James Fraser,
engraving and aquatint, engraved by Robert Havell, published in 1824, with a view from the reservoir at Chandpal Ghat in India; 11" high x 17" wide (sight), unframed. > Item Details
Miniature Hepplewhite Grain Painted Chest,
Lot # 280 - Miniature Hepplewhite Grain Painted Chest,
American, possibly Maine, ca 1820s, of birch and pine. A miniature Hepplewhite chest with back-splash, with red and black mahogany grain painting and mushroom pulls; 14" high x 13.5" wide x 8" deep. > Item Details
Sampler of Mary Ann Twitchell, 1819,
Lot # 71 - Sampler of Mary Ann Twitchell, 1819,
American or English, silk on linen. A petite sampler by Mary Ann Twitchell 1819. Housed in a modern frame; 8" high x 10" wide (sight). > Item Details
Butcher's Trade Sign,
Lot # 149 - Butcher's Trade Sign,
American, late 19th century. Butcher trade sign, green painted sheet iron depicting a steer and butcher tools; 27" high x 34.5" wide. > Item Details
Biedermeier-Style Slant-Front Desk, with Chair,
Lot # 380 - Biedermeier-Style Slant-Front Desk, with Chair,
early 20th century, with metal label Baker. The fitted interior with arched central valences, flanked by pairs of stacked drawers on each side, the fall front over two drawers with ring pull brasses, flanked by applied columns with brass capitols and bases. The side chair with overupholstered leathe... > Item Details
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