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TIN WARMER WITH BURNER

TIN WARMER WITH BURNER

Tin pot with lid contains a tin wick burner which sits on the bottom, and tin cup which sits at the top to hold food. Door with latch opens up on the side for placing and lighting burner. Door has… (665-57). Learn More »

$65.00
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19th CENTURY PEWTER SPOON

19th CENTURY PEWTER SPOON

Reverse of spoon is stamped with maker’s mark, “LLEWELLYN & RYLAND”, which was located in Warwickshire, England. Spoon measures 7’ long. Has darkened patina and light pitting. … (490-1503). Learn More »

$30.00
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19th CENTURY PEWTER SPOON

19th CENTURY PEWTER SPOON

Reverse of spoon is stamped with maker’s mark, “LLEWELLYN & RYLAND”, which was located in Warwickshire, England. Spoon measures 7’ long. Has darkened patina and light pitting. … (490-1502). Learn More »

$30.00
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19th CENTURY PEWTER SPOON

19th CENTURY PEWTER SPOON

Reverse of spoon is stamped with maker’s mark, “LLEWELLYN & RYLAND”, which was located in Warwickshire, England. Spoon measures 7’ long. Has darkened patina and light pitting. … (490-1501). Learn More »

$30.00
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CIVIL WAR / SPANISH AMERICAN WAR ID’D HARDTACK

CIVIL WAR / SPANISH AMERICAN WAR ID’D HARDTACK

Hand inscriptions on original piece of leftover Civil War hardtack pay tribute to heroes from the Span-Am War. They read, “AMERICA’S HEROES REMEMBERED THE MAINE- 1898- MEMENTO OF THE SPANISH… (M25788). Learn More »

SMALL TIN DRINKING CUP

SMALL TIN DRINKING CUP

Small tin drinking cup that was commonly used in the 19th century.  Measures 2” high by 2¼” in diameter. It has a straight, rolled over edge brim and looped tin handle. The curved metal handle… (179-776). Learn More »

SMALL TIN DRINKING CUP

SMALL TIN DRINKING CUP

Small tin drinking cup that was commonly used in the 19th century.  Measures 2½” high by 2¼” in diameter. It has a straight, rolled over edge brim and looped tin handle. The curved metal handle… (179-777). Learn More »

MID-19TH CENTURY IRONSTONE WATER PITCHER

MID-19TH CENTURY IRONSTONE WATER PITCHER

Large white ironstone tapered water pitcher with relief motifs of wheat, clovers and thistles located around the top mouth area and running down the handle to the terminus of the handle’s base.… (173-1128). Learn More »

$115.00
Originally $145.00

TIN CUP

TIN CUP

A drinking cup made of tin from the 19th century, commonly used by soldiers and civilians alike. Measures 3” high x 4” in diameter. Has a soldered bottom and soldered looped handle. Cup edges are… (918-43). Learn More »

TIN BOWL

TIN BOWL

Tin bowl from the 19th century, commonly used by soldiers and civilians alike. Measures approx. 5 ½” in diameter at the base x 7 ½” at the top rim. Base and side seam of bowl are soldered. Rim… (918-42). Learn More »

TIN COFFEE POT

TIN COFFEE POT

Tin coffee pot from the 19th century, commonly used by soldiers and civilians alike. Measures approx. 6 ½” tall x 6 ½” diameter at the base. Base, side seams, rolled handle on lid and spout of… (918-41). Learn More »

$45.00
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TIN CUP

TIN CUP

A drinking cup made of tin from the 19th century, commonly used by soldiers and civilians alike. Measures 3” high x 4 ¼” in diameter. Has a wide rim soldered bottom and soldered looped handle.… (918-44). Learn More »

$30.00
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LARGE TIN COFFEE POT / PITCHER

LARGE TIN COFFEE POT / PITCHER

Tin pot has soldered seams, lip and handle. Handle is reinforced with wire loops. Tin has darkened with age. Very good shape with just a few very small areas of light surface rust. Measures 9 1/4”… (918-47). Learn More »

TIN TEAPOT

TIN TEAPOT

Blackened tin teapot has a painted design in green, red and yellow. Measures 6 ½” total height x 4 ½’ in circumference at the base. Would make a great display for a country kitchen or… (179-775). Learn More »

COLONIAL WROUGHT IRON KETTLE STAND

COLONIAL WROUGHT IRON KETTLE STAND

Footed iron trivet is solid with light surface rust and pitting. Measures approx. 6” in diameter x 2 ¼” high.  [sl] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS… (179-798). Learn More »

GEORGE III PEWTER PLATE WITH HALLMARKS

GEORGE III PEWTER PLATE WITH HALLMARKS

An antique British pewter plate, of round form with a broad flat rim and cavetto center. Reverse shows several hallmarks and touch marks, one which is not legible, except for, “LONDON”. We've been… (179-782). Learn More »

INDIAN WAR ERA POCKET STOVE, PATENTED 1887

INDIAN WAR ERA POCKET STOVE, PATENTED 1887

Inner company marking: “W.T. & Co./ Pat. Mar. 1887.” Compact two piece stove, within cylindrical tin w/circular cover, measuring 4” in diameter, 1.75” in height, with two 2.5” carrying… (172-4577). Learn More »

VICTORIAN ERA STERLING SILVER SUGAR SPOON - LONDON, ENGLAND

VICTORIAN ERA STERLING SILVER SUGAR SPOON - LONDON, ENGLAND

Shell design spoon is engraved on the reverse of handle, “A.W. GOODWIN, STERLING”. Also present are initials, ”S.B. & S.M.K.”. Spoon measures 5 ½” long. … (179-748). Learn More »

$25.00
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INDIAN WAR ERA POCKET STOVE, PATENTED 1872-1883

INDIAN WAR ERA POCKET STOVE, PATENTED 1872-1883

Tin case with folding handles also functions as a boiler and drinking cup. Lid has ring and lifts off to reveal a gridiron stove.  Label reads, “MULTUM IN PARVO / POCKET COOK STOVE / HOUCHIN’S… (172-4578). Learn More »

WW1 US QUARTERMASTER CORPS LADLE-POT

WW1 US QUARTERMASTER CORPS LADLE-POT

Maker-mark: “U.S. Q. M.C./ C.T. HERSTZCH/ JEFFERSONVILLE/IND./ 55.” Heavy circular tin pot, 4” in height; 5” in diameter at the base, 6.75” at the top. With riveted and soldered lade… (172-4484). Learn More »


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VERY RARE US MODEL 1840 AMES CAVALRY OFFICER’S SWORD WITH QUILLBACK SOLINGEN BLADE

Very rare Ames with gold washed, quillback, Damascus blade from Solingen. Manufactured: Springfield, MA / Solingen Maker: N.P.Ames Year: C1840s Model: M1840 Size: 33 5/8 inch blade length, 1.18 wide Condition: Excellent+ This is obviously a product… (870-238). Learn More »

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