An absolute gem of 19th century folk art – primitive – is spectacular condition.
CLEAN all over – original stenciling, back side has box out of Lancaster, PA – and hand written below is Ephrata, PA.
I’ve seen similar boxes over the years, but never one this clean and complete!
Great original surface.
Measures 33″ high in back, slopes to front at 30.5″ height. Is 16″ deep and 20.5″ wide.
Great primitive piece!
Circa 1830-50 vintage MAINE school masters desk.
Gorgeous original surface – mustard YELLOW grain paint.
Top of desk has wear & and old age crack – otherwise in great condition and solid!
Color is bright & design is great.
Measures 35″ high in back and slopes to front height of 31″. Measures 23″ deep & is 32″ wide. Top lifts up.
Slanted surface is 31.5″ wide x 16.5″ deep. There is a flat surface on the top, back that measures 5.75″ deep.
Square nailes throughout – pegged sides!
Great authentic american antique!
Websters defines a wareroom as a place in which goods for sale are exhibited.
Nice black back ground with white lettering.
Came out of NE NY state or possibly VT.
Single board – Nice original dry surface!
Measures 55.5″ long x 15.75″ high – and is .75″ thick.
OLD pine wood!
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3rd quarter, 19th century sign out of NY state. Bought this from an antique dealer about five years ago. I was using the sign as decor inside & have changed things up a bit.
GREAT looking sign!
Black background, beveled edge in white as is lettering. Single board – Nice original dry surface!
Single sided. Signed on lower right, Philo, Brs.
Measures 43.5″ long x 12″ high – and is .75″ thick.
OLD pine wood!
Easily the longest transom window I’ve ever seen!
Circa 1850 Barn door transom out of New Hampshire!
Measures 11′ 10″ long x 22″ high x 1.5″ thick.
Panes measure 7 x 9″ – approximately half of the panes are missing. I can not guarantee, but I will TRY to find some replacement glass to go with this for new owner.
Great worn surface – nearly devoid of old paint.
Pegged on the corners.
A great early 19th century arched PALLADIAN window.
NUMEROUS divided lights.
Four or five panes of glass need replace. If winning bidder would like – I can send OLD glass to replace broken/cracked panes.
Old crusty white paint on exterior and gray colored paint on inside.
Studded with OLD square nails on frame.
This window would have opened with three hinges on bottom side of frame to ‘fold down & out’
The window measures 7′ 6″ long x 31.5″ high.
The overall dimension with the frame – the piece measures 8′ 2″ long x 37.5″ high x 7″ deep on the edge of the wooden frame.
The frame has some molding missing.
This piece – although there is a crack in the window wood & frame – is in SOLID condition – NO ROT!
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 the paper litho is still intact. There is some loss and scuffing – but overall this is a GREAT set with lots of bright colors and graphics still intact!
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.
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 & old finish.
Super piece for decor – AND sturdy enough for restoration project.
Early fans like this do not come on the market often – and certainly not in this great shape!
Measures 72″ long x 21″ high x 1.5″ thick.
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 x 37″ high x 40.5″ deep.
The door oon the far left is 10″ wide x 36″ – there is one shelf in this section.
The six drawers on the left side measure 11″ wide x 9″ high. The bottom drawer on this side is 22″ wide x 6″ high.
The middle bank of EIGHT wide drawers are 48″ wide x 4 3/8″ high.
The five drawers on the right side are 33.5″ wide – and graduate from 5.25 – 6 3/8″ (2) – 7 3/8″ – 8 3/8″ high.
Nice paneled ends.
This piece will make a KILLER island – has tons of storage. Would be great in a store setting also.