Monthly Archives: December 2011

c1881 J A Crandall Letter ALPHABET toy wooden LITHO block set 2-6.5″sq ORIGINAL

J A Crandall’s MAMMOTH A B C building blocks. Patented June 28, 1881 Original pine stacking – nesting – building blocks – with original paper litho art work. GREAT set – smallest block is 2″ square – largest on base of stack is 6.5″ They all nest inside of each other. Amazing that most of […]

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c1880-1900 arched TRANSOM eyebrow window unique fenestration 89 x 15″ old GLASS

Salvaged out of eastern NY state or Vermont – a great looking transom window with crossed mullion design. Has nice old crackled, white paint – ALL GLASS IS GOOD & ORIGINAL! The window measures 89.75″ long x 15.75″ high x 1.75″ thick. SOLD

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c1810-30 hand carved WOODEN over the door FAN pediment GREAT paint sq nails 72″L

Early 19th century over the door fan pediment. HAND CARVED wood – similar to a louver style – yet this piece dates to 1810-1830 vintage. Great cream & egg plant colored paint. Square nails throughout. Applied to a pine (1″ thick) board. Pediment measures 72″ long x 22″ high x 1.5″ thick Great detail & […]

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c1920 country store CABINET island MULTI drawer OAK 10′ 6″ L x 37″h x 40.5″d

Monster oak cabinet. Possibly from a school, library or country store. GREAT for a kitchen island. Has an abundance of storage space in the multiple drawers. Original golden oak stain. Open bottom – bead board back. Top is four wide oak boards – they should be reglued together. Measurements over all – 10′ 6″ long […]

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Late 19th CENTURY gilt EAGLE weatehrvane spread wings FOLK ART 30″w x 20″h x 12″

A late 19th century gilt EAGLE weathervane. Most likely an old, but not original finish. Has a great, impressive look with spread wing design. I can not see a makers mark on this. Has wonderful design & detail. We’ve enjoyed this piece in our family room on top of an entertainment center for about 8 […]

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