Wooden drug store or apothecary trade sign.
An exceptional folk art whirligig, depicting a soldier in a military uniform.
Wagon seat, having a rush seat and a ladder back with large diameter posts, (an early sign).
Child’s sled with red and blue paint decoration, last quarter of the 19th century.
Outstanding tole tray painted with a naïve still life scene.
Antique “Creedmoor” cast iron mechanical bank with original polychrome paint decoration, depicting a soldier firing into a tree trunk.
Early banister-back yoke-back armchair in old black paint over the original black.
Beautifully crafted tin birdcage, very attractive form with nicely shaped twisted wire bars, 19th century.
Hand-carved horse and wagon pull toy. The horse is mounted on a wheeled platform. 19th century. An exceptionally well-made piece of folk art.
Country store lamp with original nickel finish and a large (18”) nickel shade.
Embroidered sampler, nicely decorated with a house and trees, signed "Charlotte Bates, 1824", American.
Naive watercolor portrait of a woman in a fancy dress, unsigned, 19th century, New England or New York State origin.
Early hatchel (or hetchel) with fabulous ironwork decoration. Made from Southern yellow pine, and shaped in the form of an owl, this hatchel was used to clean flax or hemp.