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Early 20th C pair of folding pale yellow lawn chairs. This is the time of year to get those dolls, teddy bears or other toys outside. 10 1/4"h x 7"w x 6"d
Sheet metal fish on metal rod attached to newer green wooden stand. Painted both sides a pale yellow paint with appropriate facial features. Very folky appearance! 13 1/2"l x 13"h
Whimsical hooked rug footstool with original surfaces on painted legs.The vibrant image of the rose on a light background covers the oval shape. New England origin. 12 1/2"l x 9 1/2"w x 4"h
A symbol of the International Mechanical Engineer Honor Society, origin 1915. This wrench dates to mid century. Created by a pledge to Pi Tau Sigma in wood painted black. required to be carried throughout his pledge time. The three core values of this honor society are integrity, service & leadership. 26"l x 5"w x 1"h
Early plastic infant shoe forms, now mounted on newer iron museum stand. Each form can be moved independently of all others for different effects. May have come from a shoemakers shop. Interesting folky look! Measures 11 1/2" x 9"
This antique farm implement was used to sort the beans after harvest. There is a fragment of a lablel, Clough Machinery of Maine. Currently in the shape of a parallelogram, it can be adjusted with a metal piece in the back. This adjustment allows for various sizes of beans to be sorted. Useful in home decor as a wall hanging or a table centerpiece. 18" x 18"
Vintage Terrier with glass eyes and his very own Tartan. A small charmer of a toy to love. Measures 3"h x 3 1/2" w
Schuco brown bear, fully articulated and charming. Such a lovable vintage toy. Measures 2 1/2"h
This fuzzy dog still has its key allowing it to move its parts. Fur is brown and tan decked out with a ribbon collar: black eyes and nose, whitish fur mouth area. This dog is a charmer. 5"l x 4 1/2"h
Hubley painted black on white painted cat in the lying position. Black painted eyes, nose, mouth, whiskers and spots. Circa 1900-1940. 2 3/4"l x 1 1/2"h
Well carved and painted miniature wooden dachshund. Oral tradition created by N. Merlo (sp ?), New York State origin. Excellent tiny replica measuring 6"l x 3"h.
Fuzzy, jointed Teddy Bear with glass eyes and sewn-on mouth and nose. The cutest turned down ears ever. Bear is vintage and measures 3 1/2"h
White with black, this seated cat has a bright red painted collar, painted black eyes, eyelashes, nose, mouth, and whiskers: you can tell this kitty is mischievous and may pounce at a moment's notice. 2"h x 1 3/4"l
What a find in this condition given the age and purpose. This toy no longer squeaks, but the squeak box moves and the bottom reveals information including "1898". He retains a good bounce in his spring and his coloring is right with a bit of paint loss on his beak. Lots of play left in this jaunty fellow. 4"l x 3 1/2"h
Metal lithographed rooster pulling a blue wagon shaped like an egg with wheels. Good remaining colors. Mid Century. Most likely a toy which would have held candy. 8"l x 3"w
The sweetest, smallest early handmade stuffed bird with black eyes. Most likely used in sewing. Rust colored velvet on underbelly and wings over the tan velvet body. 4"l x 2"h.
"Fuzzy" this 20th C Steiff duck is complete with his tag and button. His wings are upright, felt feet firmly planted under him. His eyes are shiny black and his beak is orange felt. His composition is wool and cotton. He stands tall at 4 3/4" tall
Folk Art Duck Decoy in carved 100% original, as found condition. Painted wood in green, black, gold and white on bright yellow tin legs and feet. 1940-1950, Ohio. 6 3/4"h x 6 1/2"w.
Framed Comic Strip Characters - Maggie and Jiggs wooden toy cutout figures from the comic strip, "Bringing Up Father" introduced in 1913 in comic strip form and later became a radio show and entire books. These painted figures are newly mounted and framed. Expected age is 1930-40 when these characters were most popular. 20 3/4"l x 12"h
Navaho woman with child deaccessioned from a Maine museum. Good details. Actual hair, decorative beaded necklace, and original clothing. 8 1/4"h
Cast iron with paint remaining of a crescent moon with 7 stars and a bird in flight made by National Foundry #81. Odd Fellows logo known as 3 link fraternity which stands for friendship, love and truth. The "R", ( Rebekah Lodge) represents the daughters of the ladys auxilliary of the International Order of the Odd Fellows.
Vintage French Watercolor titled "Pissoir", a line of cats at a sidewalk toilet. Colors are clear and bright. Newly framed. Measures 23 3/4" x 12 1/2"
Folk Art oil on board of brown and black "Favorite Buddy" with the oversized floppy ears. Oval Mat and Vintage frame. Measures 11" x 9 1/2" Ready to hang.
Prairie Point design on this dazzling table topper from the Midwest, 1920-1930. All handmade in fine condition and with feed sack backing. 27" x 20"
Dated 1946 and signed G.G.,StromFors, this carved and painted man has character in his 4 1/2"h frame
Early 20th C stuffed dog with good coloring and a happy face. Lots of play left in him. 6 1/2"l x 6"h
Miniature painted wooden doll quilt rack with added authentic linsey woolsey, cut into “quilts”. 6"h x 6"w.
Carved and painted wooden rooster on stand in crackled finish. No markings. A great design to complement your chicken collection or display in a kitchen. 7"h x 7"w
One Pewter pitcher-shaped beverage stopper included with the carved and painted wooden wine stoppers. All early 1900s and all unique and fun to own or to gift.
Price: $75. each
This plush soft bunny has stiff ears, glass eyes and black sewn nose and mouth. Tan and brown velvet hand stitched body; is this the one and only Velveteen Rabbit? 6 1/2"l x 8 1/4"h to tip of his ear.
This set of early 1900s bathing beauties in miniature makes them even more rare. Since they are entirely bisque, they do not often retain all their parts including paint which these do. When one has a bathing cap, it is even more collectible. Standing one is 4"h, lounging ones are 3" each. Sold as a set.
Timeless design element is metal with some remaining paint, this design has been mounted into a heavy plaster stand . Great look as is, or use without stand. 8 3/4"h x 4"w
Black crow carved and painted. Marked B.B.D, ( Back Bay Decoys ) Circa 1950s during their heydays in the Boston area. Now mounted on suitable piece of driftwood. Good condition. 11"w x 5"d x 9 1/2"h
Early 1900s Mammy doll, handmade and hand stitched. Happy eyes and mouth, intricately hand stitched close-cropped hair. She is dressed for her work in a cotton dress with red stitching on her white scarf. Matching red stitching is on her well worn apron. Her outfit is complete with her black felt shoes. 20"h x 18"w
Rare and beautiful 18th Century jamb hook with a delicate bird form and a scroll finial. A close-up of the bird will show the smoothest finish and a tiny circle for each eye. The creator was certainly an iron artistan. Believed to be of Pennsylvania origin. New base of old wood. 9"h x 9"w
General Store tin spice box with glass window on top and top opening. Believed to have held cinnamon sticks when on store counter years before ground cinnamon was available. The word “Hanscom” stenciled on top. 8"l x 5 1/2""w x4"h
This wooden pumpkin-colored painted tray with canted sides is from the turn of the 20th C. Very well shaped cutout for handle. Decorators love these painted trays for filling with any seasonal possibilities. Place accordingly for added oomph. 12"l x 8"w x 3"h
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