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BLUE SCENT BOTTLE C. 1770-1810

BLUE SCENT BOTTLE C. 1770-1810

Cobalt blue free blown glass scent vial, circa 1770-1810. It has ribbed edges, tinted glass, and a rough pontil base. The mouth of the bottle’s opening is slightly uneven. The bottle measures… (14-1654). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $155.00

INCISED GERMAN WESTERWALD SALT GLAZED CIDER JUG

INCISED GERMAN WESTERWALD SALT GLAZED CIDER JUG

Circa 19th century ceramic incised jug/pitcher. Nicely etched simple design with floral leaves in middle. Salt glazed grey color; measures 13” high. Very minor chips along base, otherwise a nice… (734-35). Learn More »

PEWTER WHALE OIL LAMP

PEWTER WHALE OIL LAMP

Turned candle stick base with acorn shaped top and burner. Pewter has a darkened patina with a few scattered small dings and dents. Whale oil was the preferred source of lighting in the early 1800s,… (179-784). Learn More »

FLINT GLASS GOBLET

FLINT GLASS GOBLET

Goblet is made of heavy flint glass with a design of eight arched flutes. Glass has a golden hue to it. Measures 5.25 inches high x 3.25 inches in diameter at the base. No chips or cracks. Bubbles and… (179-766). 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 »

GERMAN SILVER SPECTACLES CASE

GERMAN SILVER SPECTACLES CASE

Hinged case for holding period eyewear. Features beaded border around decorative ridges on top and bottom of case. Measures 4 ¾” long x 1 1/8” wide. … (179-792). Learn More »

REGULATION SIZED RIFLEMAN’S INSIGNIA

REGULATION SIZED RIFLEMAN’S INSIGNIA

This insignia was issued for use on the 1858 dress hat of enlisted men. It differs from the earlier examples in several ways. This trumpet is larger, has a double instead of a single twist, a tightly… (410-129). Learn More »

MID 19TH CENTURY MARINE SEXTANT

MID 19TH CENTURY MARINE SEXTANT

Ebony, brass and bone sextant is complete with all the original mirrors and filters. Ebony wood frame has brass index arm with engraved bone scales, sighting pinnula, horizon mirror, and three… (853-82). Learn More »

$750.00
Originally $1,500.00

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 »

HARRISBURG, PA SOUVENIR PLATE

HARRISBURG, PA SOUVENIR PLATE

Plate features images of several scenes of Harrisburg- the old State Capitol, Soldier’s Monument, entrance to Market Street Bridge and the Elks Memorial to Meade D. Detweiler at Reservoir Park. … (179-701). Learn More »

TELESCOPE, MAKER MARKED P.J. O’HARE, MADE IN FRANCE

TELESCOPE, MAKER MARKED P.J. O’HARE, MADE IN FRANCE

Brass body covered in leather measures 8 ¼ inches when closed. When extended the four brass sections measure approx. 22 ¾” inches. Leather covering shows light wear all over. Brass has light… (172-4966). Learn More »

WHITE METAL POSSIBLY SILVER HANDLE FROM A WALKING STICK

WHITE METAL POSSIBLY SILVER HANDLE FROM A WALKING STICK

This cylindrical item is made of a white metal that looks to be silver but yet lacks hallmarks. Worked into the top and bottom edges is a very nice laurel leaf decoration while at center is a readable… (668-72). Learn More »

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 »

COIN SILVER DESK BOX MARKED “WM. CALDWELL / LAKE GEORGE”

COIN SILVER DESK BOX MARKED “WM. CALDWELL / LAKE GEORGE”

This coin silver captain’s desk box is beautifully engraved on the lid with the name of the ship, the “William Caldwell”, which was built at the northern end of Lake George in Ticonderoga, New… (30-1983). Learn More »

$2,750.00
Originally $3,250.00

PAIR OF MEXICAN WAR OFFICER’S STIRRUPS

PAIR OF MEXICAN WAR OFFICER’S STIRRUPS

Presented is a fine matching pair of a military officer’s heavy brass-plated, cast iron stirrups from the Mexican War. In wonderful original condition, these equestrian artifacts are unmarked. … (30-1553). Learn More »

$1,600.00
Originally $1,950.00

NAUTICAL DRAFTING PARALLEL RULER

NAUTICAL DRAFTING PARALLEL RULER

Vintage ruler is made of ebony with brass hardware. Measures 12” long. Brass fittings measure 4” long. Very good condition with scattered light surface scratches. … (179-745). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA CARVING SET BY GREEN RIVER WORKS

CIVIL WAR ERA CARVING SET BY GREEN RIVER WORKS

This set consists of a carving knife and fork with stand. The two tined fork meas. approx. 9.75 inches long with a squared bone handle that has yellowed some with age. Attached to the back of the… (213-86). Learn More »

EARLY GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR GLASS

EARLY GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR GLASS

Souvenir glass standing approx. 3.75 inches tall. Item is made of “milk” glass and is hand painted with red flowers with green stems and is stamped “GETTYSBURG” in black ink. Item exhibits… (M22266). Learn More »


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RARE CONFEDERATE MANUFACTURED 12 POUNDER IRON HOWITZER TUBE MADE BY TREDEGAR IRON WORKS IN RICHMOND, DATED 1862!

This foundry was named for the famous iron works at Tredegar, Wales; the Tredegar Iron Works opened in 1837 and was active in the foundry trade for many years in Richmond until 1952. In 1841 Joseph Anderson became involved with the Tredegar foundry… (455-09). Learn More »

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