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X172 Sam Barn canvasback Hen Havre De Grace born 1847 died 1926 This Decoy is some of Sam's earliest work from 1890- 1900 , in early repaint, the Decoy is in excellent condition with no cracks in neck or body.C436 19th century York Pennsylvania over hanging drawer Drysink, in the dry original oyster white paint, high cut out foot, retains the old natural patina on the interior. one board bottom, the drawers is square head nailed. C446 19th century New England ten drawer Apothecary, with beautiful old oyster gray paint, resting on four gracefully turned feet, applied molding around the top as well as the bottom.Otherwise, with the exception of a few firing imperfections, C106 Late 18th century one drawer work table with the original red paint, dovetailed drawer, thick one board top chamfered around edges to appear thinner than it is,held place with tee nails circa 1790 C599 19th century New England ,small Dome top Box, with original blue paint, Made by George Rogers, when he was 14 years old is written on the insid of the box, leather hinges , and square head nail construction circa 1840 - 1850 WL6 19th century Pennsylvania slant front Desk, with outstanding interior, of 15 dovetailed drawers, over two long drawers which is also dovetailed.

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This rare high neck canvasback drake, was professional cleaned to the original paint, Iron Keel weight, wonderful form and condition RM658 Lloyd Tyler (1898-1971) from Crisfield, Maryland, carved his first decoy when he was twelve years old, using a spokeshave, a pocket knife, and a hatchet.

Even as an adult, with a formal art education, at Toronto Art School, and other tools at his disposal, Tyler continued using simple, traditional tools to produce aesthetically pleasing, functional decoys by the hundreds, to fulfill a great demand by local hunters, gunning clubs and tourists.

Joe has is own folk art style he adds to every bird He carves, this swan has a layered hollow pegged together body, with a long pegged on head.

LL23 19th century wooden storage Box with the original black paint, very unusual with a removable lid, nailed construction with square head nails, Used in a Country Store, to transport bake goods, circa 1840SOLD C590 The first artificial Christmas tree was developed in Germany during the late 1800s. These artificial trees were then brought to America by German immigrants and also produced and sold in the dime stores during the 1920s and 30s.

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