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Important Country Americana Auction

Session 1: The collection of the late Bob and Mary Fraser, Session 2: The collections of Claire Tracy and Frank Glaser

WHEN: Wednesday, July 1 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
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Lots 1-251 Fraser Estate
Lot 1 
Three covered country boxes, including a pantry box in old green with "Mary" stenciled on top and sides, other paint decoration on sides, 7" dia. x 3”H; finger box in green paint with button collection inside, 5.5"L x 3.5”W x 2”H; and small finger box with painted decoration on red ground, singed on bottom “Old Time Wooden Ware, Frye’s Measure Mill, Wilton N.H.” 4.25”L x 3”W x 2”H. Condition: shrinkage crack to side of lid on pantry box. All dirty with surface abrasions
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 2 
19th C. American school folk portrait oil on canvas, child with red hair in dress holding a black cat, stretcher 28" x 23", overall 24.5” x 29.5”. Condition: relined on metal, evidence of inpainting in right side of background under blacklight.
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 3 
19th C. folk art hooked rug, farm with animals & barn, with burlap backing, rings for hanging, and cloth edges. 33" x 42". Condition: some repair work throughout.
(Estimate: $500-700 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 4 
19th C. hooked rug, pot of flowers, with rod attached at top for hanging. 49" x 30". Condition: overall good
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 5 
New Hampshire school Federal cherry two-tier stand with one dovetailed drawer on lower gallery, and shaped apron above, original finish, 25.5"H. x 16.5"W x 16.5”L. Condition: overall wear, finish wear to legs
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 6 
Fine 19th C. memorial watercolor on silk, in period eglomise frame, inscription on grave reads, "George McLellan, born May the 4th 1781. Died at Suriname Febry 22nd 1801, aged 19 years. Capt Seth S. Burnham Born March the 7th 1786. Sailed from Boston December 16th 1813 for New Orleans and has never been heard from since." 13.5" x 17" dimensions of oval, 17.5” x 21” overall with frame. Condition: Areas of wear and loss in upper portion. Six other splits in silk near figure and grave.
(Estimate: $800-1200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 7 
19th C. child's lift-top blanket box with one drawer in early salmon paint, with keyholes and lid with molded edge. 14"W. x 13.5"H. x 9.5"D. Condition: a few expected abrasions and slight scratching along feet, commensurate with age.
(Estimate: $500-700 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 8 
Two 19th C. stoneware crocks with cobalt decoration: J.E. Norton, Bennington VT handled crock with cobalt decoration of theorem basket, 7.5"H. x 8.5” dia.; with a handled crock with cobalt flower decoration, 7.5"H. x 7.5” dia. Condition: flaking to right of flower basket on Norton; three areas of discoloration around bottom edge of other.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 9 
Early Revolutionary War period lapped keg canteen in old blue-green paint, 6.5"H. x 10" dia. Condition: some paint loss along lapping, some surface abrasions.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 10 
18th C. New England tavern table with a single-board breadboard end top, one drawer, on turned legs with a square stretcher base. 27"H. x 40”L x 24.5”W. Condition: top with finish losses, shrinkage crack to top, loss to one foot, overall wear.
(Estimate: $700-1000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 11 
Two wooden chopping bowls in paint: mustard painted bowl, 16.5” - 17.5” dia.; with a red painted bowl, 18”-19” dia. Condition: expected wear in center of mustard bowl, also paint loss around base; brown bowl with a few minor nicks.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 12 
Early hanging pine cupboard with single door with original "H" hinges, various shelves within, in an old red paint. Dovetailed construction. 17"W. x 24"H. x 9.5"D. Condition: good wear to old red paint, original hinges.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 13 
19th C. two gallon handled stoneware crock, with cobalt decoration of a cockerel, 11"H. x 8.75” dia. Condition: small discoloration to one side. Light scratching to cobalt decoration.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 14 
19th C. two-tier hanging wall box with red over earlier gray paint, with a shaped crest, 18.5"H. x 13"W. x 5.5"D. Condition: heavy paint loss
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 15 
Late 18th/early 19th C. floor cupboard with large molded top, and a full-length raised paneled door, on a cut-out base. Sides in an old blue-green paint, front with paint removed. 39.5"W. x 66.5"H. x 18"D. Condition: expected surface wear, paint wear, shrinkage crack in lower panel of door, 16.5” section of molding on front right has been reattached.
(Estimate: $600-900 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 16 
Fine early engraved powder horn, with inscription: “Wesford March 12 1765, Isaac Parker Hilmand”, with other naive drawings of animals, vines, and faces. 13"L. Condition: overall very good, some chipping to teeth at end, also with area of dark staining at end. Two small holes to body.
(Estimate: $500-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 17 
Six early treenware plates, in old natural finish. 7" dia. - 10” dia. Condition: knife marks on all, some with warping.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 18 
19th C. country two-tier demi-lune console table, in old red paint with lower gallery, 31"H. x 22"L. x 17"D. Condition: some paint wear.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 19 
Early burl bowl 9.5” x 8.5”, two pieces of tree ware, bowl 5.5” dia. x 2.75”H, and a cup 3.5” dia. x 3.5”H; with a grain painted finger box, 4”L x 2.75”W x 2”H. Five pieces. Condition: some surface wear to all.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 20 
18th C. Rhode Island Chippendale curly maple tall chest on bracket base, with two over five drawers, ca. 1780. 35.5"W. x 53.5"H. x 18”D. Condition: brasses in same holes, scuffing to top, good overall.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 21 
Good paint decorated arrow back, step down, clothespin Windsor rocker, ca. 1830, 15" seat height, 46”H overall. Condition: wear to arms and seat. Upholstery nail marks around seat edge. Three holes in seat back piece, split to right side of same piece, loss to left edge of crest
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 22 
Large round chopping bowl in old salmon paint, 19.25” - 20” dia., with twelve country kitchen implements including rolling pin, cutters, etc. Condition: some wear, no cracks. Some metal implements with rusting.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 23 
18th C. Queen Anne New England blanket box, in old red paint, on half-moon cut-out base. With molded top and bottom. 35"L. x 20"H. x 14”D. Condition: slight warping to lid, some losses to edge of lid and box, wear to feet, losses to front top edge of box.
(Estimate: $200-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 24 
Four 19th C. children's mugs: blue and white decorated inscribed "Levi" 2.25”H; blue and yellow inscribed “A Present for Mary" 2.5”H; black design on blue ground inscribed "For Mary" 2”H; and a red design on yellow ground, 2.25”H. Condition: “Present” with crack from lip to center, chipping to bottom, brown stains; “For Mary” with crack from top to bottom.
(Estimate: $200-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 25 
19th C. paint decorated pull sleigh for grocery delivery, green and red designs with yellow lettering "C.O. Snow Express", on a black ground. Metal rod support on one side. 66"L. x 14.5”W x 27”H. Handle 49”L. Prov.- Country store delivery sled from Wilmington, VT. Circa 1880. Condition: paint wear to interior, surface scratches, structurally sound.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 26 
Grouping of eight baskets, including large round multicolored lidded basket, 11.5”dia. x 8.5”H; large multicolored handled basket, 14.5”W x 8.5”H; with six smaller baskets of various sizes. Condition: large handled basket with one broken handle, breakage to corner. Medium sized sieve basket with some breakage, small lidded basket with breakage to lid.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 27 
19th C. painted trade sign "Tin Shop", in white, black and red paint, 66"L. x 11"H. Painted over earlier sign. Condition: minor loss in letters S and H, minor wear. Very slight warping to board
(Estimate: $500-1000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 28 
Early country single glass door hanging cupboard, in old natural finish, 40"H. x 32"W. x 13"D. Condition: damage to lower left in rear, surface abrasions.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 29 
Oil on canvas, “The Chief’s Daughter” inscribed on reverse under lining, “Chief’s Daughter, A.D. Fletcher, Painter, Sept. 1886.” With accompanying letter from Vose Galleries identifying inscription on back and artist, Aaron Dean Fletcher born Springfield, VT. With photos. Stretcher 17.5" x 13.5", overall 20” x 15.75” Condition: lined, 1.25” inch tear to center left. Three other patched and repaired tears. Evidence of some inpainting under blacklight.
(Estimate: $400-800 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 30 
Early 19th C. country pine set-back cupboard, in an old stain, with one door above and one below, 75"H. x 40"W. x 20"D. Condition: shrinkage cracks, minor nicks, abrasions, left side front facing below top door loose
(Estimate: $700-1000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 31 
Five pieces of early woodenware, including treenware covered pot, signed underneath lid “Lydia L. Eastbrook, Newbury Ohio”, 4”H; handled cup, 4.25”H x 3.25” dia.; small burl wood bowl, 3.5” dia x 1.5”H; bowl 5” dia.; with a miniature mortar and pestle, 3.5”H overall. Including a collection of 97 antique marbles. Condition: good and expected wear.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 32 
Two baskets, rare footed example with handles, 25.5"L. x 15"H. with a harvest basket, 21”L x 10.5”H. Condition: footed with water staining and some damage at one corner.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 33 
19th C. hanging cupboard, with single paneled door in old brown paint, interior shelves and two drawers. 24"W. x 34"H. x 13"D. Condition: expected abrasions and light paint wear
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 34 
Early flame stitch purse, 5" x 7", with a 19th C. miniature blue hat box, 2.5"H. x 4.25"L. Condition: both with wear and losses
(Estimate: $200-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 35 
Exceptional late 19th C. full bodied large size Merino Ram weathervane with zinc head, good original surface, showing traces of early gilt and weathered verdigris, with the original directionals. Ram size 33"L. x 24"H. Provenance-Bob and Mary purchased this weathervane in the 1980s off a barn located in Maple Dell (Skitchewaug Trail, Springfield, VT) Condition: 9 bullet holes, proper right horn bent out of shape but intact.
(Estimate: $20,000-30,000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 36 
19th C. paint decorated tin dome top box 9"L. x 5.25”H; with a tin painted sander, 3”H, and tartan hat-form pin cushion, 3”L. Condition: box with original paint, some paint loss on top and front, sander with original paint, some denting to edges
(Estimate: $200-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 37 
Country Federal tray top tapered leg stand, in an old red stain, 27.5"H. x 20.5"L x 18”W. Condition: age crack to top, wear to edges, top and legs.
(Estimate: $100-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 38 
19th C. country tapered leg work table in old gray paint, single board top with cut front corners. 31"H. x 36"L. x 18"D. Condition: overall wear and paint loss. Some shrinkage cracks to top
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 39 
Cast iron white painted rabbit, 10”W x 12”H; sheet metal running horse weathervane, 27”L x 13.5”H; with a gilded eagle statue, 10”L x 4”H. Condition: paint flaking to rabbit, rusting, wear to weather vane, eagles legs reglued
(Estimate: $200-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 40 
Mid 19th C. two-part set-back cupboard in grain painted ochre, with four drawers in lower section, single paneled door with interior shelves in upper section. Found in Enfield NH, believed to have been made by the Shakers. 91.5”H x 35”W x 19.25”D. Condition: wear around handles, to counter surface
(Estimate: $700-1000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 41 
Four early dolls: two cloth bottle dolls, 13”H, 11.5”H. Along with two other cloth dolls, 18"L, 20"L. Condition: each doll with losses and tears
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 42 
Two pieces of decorated stoneware: four gallon stoneware butter churn by J.S. Taft Keene, NH, with floral cobalt decoration, 15"H; with a large 19th C. stoneware jug with blue cobalt decoration, reading “Mary", 21"H. Condition: churn with chips to inner rim. “Mary” with cracking on shoulder, wear to cobalt decoration.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 43 
Country wooden horse weathervane, painted white and black, 24"H. x 43"L. Condition: metal strap repairs, weather wear
(Estimate: $200-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 44 
Early 19th C. oil on canvas, folk art portrait of a young woman holding a book, found in Springfield VT, 28" x 23". Condition: good original canvas, no inpaint, attic found.
(Estimate: $700-1000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 45 
Early 19th C. country pine dry sink with single door and a dovetailed drawer, 37.5"L. x 29.5"H. x 19"D. Condition: wear commensurate with age.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 46 
Group of nautical items, chip carved busk 13"L., a sword fish bill 34"L., and a decorated bracket fungi, landscape, 11”L. Condition: very good
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 47 
Four pieces of Bennington style pottery, butter tub, 7” dia., unusual handled batter bowl 11"H., toby jug 7”H, and pouring pitcher, 5”H x 8”L, Condition: two chips to body of batter bowl, glaze loss inside of pitcher
(Estimate: $200-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 48 
Pair of octagonal brass candle lanterns, with etched glass panes, 20"H., with a large iron and tin post lamp, with old and new elements, 48"L. Condition: good, all glass intact.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 49 
Four Bennington style pottery bowls, 9", 10.25”, 10.25”, and 12” dia. Condition: overall scuffing, craquelure to insides, chip to bottom of mid-sized bowl.
(Estimate: $100-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 50 
18th C. country two-door jelly cupboard in old red paint with molded top, two blind doors on a bracket base, 38"W. x 46"H. x 17"D. Condition: shrinkage cracks, abrasions.
(Estimate: $1000-1500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 51 
Plaster relief plaque, Chief Wolf Robe by W.L. Skinner 1899, 23" x 16”. Condition: scuffing throughout, chip to upper left corner, chips to top.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 52 
Twelve pieces of Bennington style pottery including nine circular shallow bowls, 8"-12" dia., oval platter 13"L., square bowl inspired serving dish, 8.5" square, and oval dish, 10”L. Condition: chipping to edge of oval platter.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 53 
Three painted paperboard goose decoys 33"L., with two wooden duck decoys, one with moving head, 13"L and 14”L, and two other duck decoys, one signed H. Wittington Oglesby, Ill., Oct. 1963 16”L, with an older decoy with weight, 14"L. Condition: light paint wear present on all, cracking to Oglesby example
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 54 
Eight pieces of semi-porcelain and pearlware, including Staffordshire ABC plate, 6.75” dia, bowl with blue interior decoration, 7.25” dia. x 3.5”H, three pitchers, 3.25” - 3.5”H, cup 3.25” dia., and two plates, 6.75”, 8” dia. Condition: chipping to foot of bowl, rim and foot of cup, craquelure throughout.
(Estimate: $200-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 55 
Three country covered firkins, one in old black with lid initialed B.F., 12"H. x 12” dia. at bottom; with a large natural wood firkin with top knob, 14.5”H x 15” dia. at bottom; and small example in cream paint stenciled “George,” 8.25”H x 9” dia. Condition: paint wear, loss to lid of black painted, large example with repaired lid and base, small example with replaced bottom band
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 56 
Six stoneware crocks including a two gallon crock with cobalt decorated, dated 1840, 11”H; redware crock 10"H., 2 gallon stoneware jug, 14”H, crock 12” dia, crock, 8”H. Condition: five chips to rim of 1840 crock, one chip to body, one to foot. Redware jug with wear.
(Estimate: $200-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 57 
Twenty pieces of Bennington style pottery including cake mold, butter dish, plates, mugs, wash basin, pitcher, etc. Condition: scuffing throughout, heavy chipping to edge of one plate.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 58 
18th C. tavern table with single board breadboard end top, base in old red paint, with one dovetailed drawer and turned medial stretcher base. 28.5"H. x 48"L. x 28"D. Condition: surface abrasions, ring mark on top, structure good
(Estimate: $600-900 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 59 
Lot on country implements including early painted peg rack 41"L., brass bed warmer with turned handle, 43”L, bread peel, 50”L, country broom, 42”L, and a cranberry scoop, 33”L. Four pieces. Condition: expected wear
(Estimate: $200-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 60 
18th C. NH Queen Anne maple two-part highboy, with fan carved drawer on short cabriole legs, 72"H. x 38.5"W x 19"D. Condition: brass in same holes, shrinkage cracks
(Estimate: $2000-3000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 61 
Lot of three graduated Nantucket baskets, 6", 8" and 9" Dia. Condition: losses to body on largest basket, stain wear on all.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 62 
Canted country wall shelf, with five shelves, on a cut out base, in an old grey/green paint. 36"W. x 60"H x 10”D. Condition: some paint wear, slightly wobbly.
(Estimate: $100-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 63 
Large early two handled tobacco drying basket, 24"W x 27.5"L with other herb drying wooden basket, 26"D. Condition: some breaks to bottom edge of tobacco basket, loss to one bottom corner on herb basket
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 64 
20th C. wall basket in old mustard paint, 15"H. x 13"W. x 8”D. Condition: some cracking to paint and minimal loss to paint. No breakages.
(Estimate: $200-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 65 
19th C. raised panel two-door floor cupboard in old red paint, with three interior shelves, shallow depth. 64"H. x 60"W. x 11"D. Condition: center board on front likely replaced. Some small breakages to right hand side
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 66 
Two pairs of snow shoes, one by Tubbs VT, 10” x 46” - S3, with leather strapping; a pair of Snocraft, Maine snowshoes with rawhide and leather Snowshoes. strapping, 10” x 56”, along with a pair of Native American style snow shoe frames, 13” x 35”. Condition: very good, leather feet binds on Snocraft stiff.
(Estimate: $100-200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 67 
Early 19th C. one-drawer grain painted blanket chest with cut-out base, VT origin, dovetailed drawer construction, 34"W. x 27"H. x 15"D. Condition: finish loss to front facing and front of drawer, scratches to top.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 68 
Two 19th C. step-down Windsor chairs, 17”H seat height x 35.5”H overall and 16.5”H seat height x 33.5”H overall. Condition: wear and splitting to seat of larger example, scuffing to both.
(Estimate: $100-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 69 
Lot of four early splint baskets, including lidded and handled basket with handle signed M.V. Sheahan, 11” dia. x 10”H; a hexagonal open basket, 15.5” dia; a rectangular basket in old white paint, 10”L x 7”W x 3”H; with a small hanging wall basket, 6”W x 4.5”H. Condition: breaks on hexagonal basket. Wear to paint on white example.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 70 
18th C. gray painted two-door floor cupboard, with Bennington style pottery knobs, gray over early blue/gray paint. Interior with shelves. 85"H. x 39"W. x 16"D., Condition: right side with different grey paint color. Front spattered with black paint. Expected surface abrasions and nicks
(Estimate: $700-1000 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 71 
Fourteen antique tin cookie cutters with basket, including chicken, horse, dog, etc. 1”-5”L. Condition: some with rusting.
(Estimate: $200-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 72 
Three early lapped buckets, two with swing handles, 10"H, 11.5”H, both 10” dia at top. With other 12"H. x 11” dia. Condition: lapping loose on one bucket, other missing handle pin.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 73 
Early 19th C. Federal candlestand in old red paint, with turned baluster form pedestal, 28.5"H. x 15”W. x 15.5”L. Condition: very good, light surface wear.
(Estimate: $100-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 74 
Country coat tree in candy apple red paint, with four iron hooks and four footed base, 61"H. Condition: good, crackling to paint
(Estimate: $100-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 75 
18th C. three-drawer country blanket chest on cut-out base in Spanish brown paint, with dovetailed drawer construction, 35"W. x 49"H. x 20"D. Condition: ring mark to top and surface scratches, structure good.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 76 
Two early 19th C. watercolor and hollow cut silhouettes of young women, 3.5" x 3" image size, 5” x 4” ov erall, and 4" x 4" image size, 6.5” x 5.5” overall. Condition: losses to wooden frame, example in lemon frame stained by backing.
(Estimate: $200-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 77 
19th C. cast iron mechanical bank, “Novelty Bank”, bank building form, open the door and banker appears, early paint, 4.75”W x 4.75”L. x 6.75"H. Condition: some minor scratches and nicks. Missing flap on underneath for coin removal.
(Estimate: $200-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 78 
19th C. country Sheraton farm table with pine scrub top, base with turned legs in old red paint, 58.5"L. x 33”W x 28"H. Condition: two board top, old wear to top, structure good.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 79 
Two 19th C. Cast iron still banks, bank form, early paint, 5.5"H. x 4.25"W. x 3”L. Condition: some paint loss and surface nicks
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 80 
Country pine Chippendale slant lid desk on bracket feet, with four drawers and fitted interior with cubbies and drawers. Dovetailed drawer construction. 36"W. x 42.5"H. X 20.5”D. Condition: loss to lowest drawer front. Surface abrasions overall.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 81 
Group of four 19th C. cast iron still banks, bank and house form, one reads, “Hall’s Excelsior Bank.” 3"H - 5.5"H. Condition: front left corner of roof missing on Hall’s bank, overall light paint loss to all.
(Estimate: $200-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 82 
Large 19th C. Wallpaper Hat Box, with squirrels on body, theorem basket and figures on lid, 12.5"W. x 16.5"L. x 12”H. Condition: unraveling to bottom and lid.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 83 
19th C. wallpaper hat box, newspaper on bottom from Poultney Vermont, dated 1927. Green and white floral and Classical motifs. 12.5”L x 10.5”W x 7”H. Condition: water staining to bottom and bottom edges. Some wallpaper losses to lid.
(Estimate: $200-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 84 
Country table model tape loom, 18.5"L. X 11.25”H x 5”D. Condition: good, one piece of leather broken.
(Estimate: $100-200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 85 
Early 19th C. Primitive pine cupboard, open shelf above with unique hinged door below, on a cut put base. 37"W. x 39"H. x 16"D. Condition: shows 200 years of wear, once had upper shelving unit. Shrinkage and splitting to door.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 86 
Small 19th C. storage box, in old stain with writing in yellow reading, "Woman's Foreign Mission." 8”L x 5.75”W x 5”H. Condition: paint wear to edge and interior, lightly on outside
(Estimate: $100-150 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 87 
19th C. grain painted deck top dressing table, painted in faux tiger maple, with two above one dovetailed drawers, 36"H. x 31"L x 15”D. Condition: paint in good condition.
(Estimate: $100-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 88 
19th C. wooden grain shovel, paint decorated with winter pond scene, 35.5”L x 12”W. Condition: structurally good, some paint wear
(Estimate: $100-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 89 
Early chopping bowl with a collection of wooden ware, including butter stamps with thistle, fish, and floral decoration, scoops, spoons, etc, 23 pieces, bowl 18 - 19.5" dia. Condition: bowl with hole near lip, utensils worn, one butter stamp cracked, handle of burl spoon reattached
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 90 
19th C. small gray painted floor cupboard with one door, interior with five shelves. 52"H. x 31"W. x 14"D. Condition: one shelf with rings stains, overall wear.
(Estimate: $300-500 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 91 
Tin horse and dog weathervane, 36"L. x 14”H. Condition: horse reinforced with more tin, rusting and wear.
(Estimate: $400-600 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 92 
Five vintage painted wooden “Antiques” signed, various sizes, 72”L, 56.5”L, 41”L, 42”L, and 26”L. Condition: paint wear to all, weather ware.
(Estimate: $100-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 93 
Two 19th C. blanket boxes: 19th C. Country painted bracket box, including grain painted example, 30”L x 14.5”W x 12.5”H; with a blue-green painted example, 43”L x 15”H x 13”W. Condition: blue-green example missing hinges, lock, losses to left side, lid and back around hinges. Grain painted with shrinkage crack to top, losses to front dovetails on lid, no lock
(Estimate: $100-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 94 
Large antique open splint laundry/storage basket, 25"H. x 20" dia. Condition: minor breaks in splint
(Estimate: $100-150 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 95 
Early 19th C. blanket chest with high half-moon cut-out ends, in a deep green paint, 25"H. x 38"L. x 17"D. Condition: some paint loss on top, one hinge loose.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 96 
Early potato stamp basket with two handles, floral stamps, 16.75"L x 12”W x 6”H Condition: damage to area on long side.
(Estimate: $100-200 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 97 
Early 19th C child’s size lift-top blanket box, in old brown paint on bracket feet, with unique hinged door on back side. 22”L x 14”W x 14.5”H. Condition: shrinkage crack on lid, overall abrasions
(Estimate: $100-300 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 98 
19th C hooked runner, dated May 9th 1853, and 1855, decorated with ships, eagles, trains, and the Dutch and American flag, 16'7" x 27"W. Condition: some losses to both ends, wear to backing
(Estimate: $100-150 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
Lot 99 
Pair of early tin mirrored wall candle sconces, 9"H. x 8"D. Condition: one example missing eight panes, both with wear.
(Estimate: $200-400 This lot is sold without reserve; bidding could begin or end at any amount)
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