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WESTERWALD GLAZED JUG

WESTERWALD GLAZED JUG

Salt-glazed jug, from Westerwald (Germany). Made for British markets with a GR cypher. Incised and brushed in cobalt. Measures 6 ½” tall x 2 ¾” across base. In excallent condition. One of the… (909-93). Learn More »

TREENWARE PEPPER CASTER

TREENWARE PEPPER CASTER

Treen is distinctively different than other pieces made from wood such as furniture or cabinetry in that it is a name for small handmade vintage household items. Top of shaker lifts off to fill… (179-754). Learn More »

TREENWARE PEPPER CASTER

TREENWARE PEPPER CASTER

Treen is distinctively different than other pieces made from wood such as furniture or cabinetry in that it is a name for small handmade vintage household items. Top of shaker lifts off to fill… (179-755). Learn More »

18TH CENTURY FRENCH OR ITALIAN DRUG JAR

18TH CENTURY FRENCH OR ITALIAN DRUG JAR

Ceramic jar features a blue wreath surrounding the Latin medical name, “HYERA-DIACOLOC“, in the center. This medicine was used for headaches. Jar displays light surface cracks and scattered chips,… (909-59). Learn More »

DELFT DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1870

DELFT DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1870

Delft ceramic jar features gold gilt bands and cartouche label that reads, “UNG: CANET”. This was for an ointment. Jar has very slight chips on the top edge of rim. Measures 7 ½” high x 4 ½”… (909-78). Learn More »

DELFT DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1870

DELFT DRUG JAR, CIRCA 1870

English Delft ceramic jar features gold gilt bands and label flanked by palm trees that are encircled by serpents. Label reads, “COLD CREAM”.  Jar has one chip on the top edge of rim. Gold gilt… (909-76). Learn More »

DELFT DRUG JAR WITH LID, CIRCA 1860-70

DELFT DRUG JAR WITH LID, CIRCA 1860-70

English Delft porcelain jar features gold gilt bands, and the image of two palm trees with serpents. Label reads, “CONS: JUNIP: B:”. This was a conserve of juniper which was used for infectious… (909-79). Learn More »

VINTAGE COBALT BLUE GLASS VASE

VINTAGE COBALT BLUE GLASS VASE

This vase was likely made in England. Bubbles are present in the glass as a result of the hand-blown glass process. One small chip is present on the pedestal rim. Measures 8 ¾” tall x 4 ¼” at… (909-102). Learn More »

18TH CENTURY WET DRUG JAR

18TH CENTURY WET DRUG JAR

This Italian/French tin-glazed pottery jar features the Latin medical name, “S DE ATHOEA “, in a cartouche label. Jar displays very light surface cracks and chips at the foot rim, top rim and… (909-67). Learn More »

PUNCHED TIN LANTERN

PUNCHED TIN LANTERN

Lantern has a finely punched design. Features a carrying ring with crimped bonnet, single candle socket on the interior and scrolled latch. Measures 15” to top of the ring x 4 7/8” at the base.… (909-146). Learn More »

VICTORIAN HAIR JEWELRY BRACELET, ENGRAVED WITH “EMILY”

VICTORIAN HAIR JEWELRY BRACELET, ENGRAVED WITH “EMILY”

Hair bracelet has a beautifully engraved gold clasp, which fully functions. The name, “Emily” is engraved in the center. Security chain is present. Bracelet measures approx. 7” long. Hair is… (344-2654). Learn More »

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD FRATERNAL BADGE

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD FRATERNAL BADGE

Three piece brass medal has top hangar with celluloid insert that reads, “PAUL MUDRON CAMP NO. 75”. Camp 75 is located in Newark, NJ. Suspended from chains in the center is a small medal with a… (344-2996). Learn More »

IVORY HANDLED CANE ID’D TO GEORGE H. STUART, MARKED LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN

IVORY HANDLED CANE ID’D TO GEORGE H. STUART, MARKED LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN

Cane is made of wood which has been stained a dark brown color. Top of cane has a brass ring with ivory handle. Etched on one side of the handle is “GEORGE H. STUART, LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN DECEMBER 21,… (344-1885). Learn More »

DUG SILVER 18TH CORPS ID BADGE FOR 98TH NEW YORK SOLDIER WOUNDED IN ACTION

DUG SILVER 18TH CORPS ID BADGE FOR 98TH NEW YORK SOLDIER WOUNDED IN ACTION

Silver 18th Corps badge identified to Private Joseph Laclair of Company H, 98th New York Infantry, recovered in the greater Richmond area. Badge meas. approx. 1.75 x 1.75 inches. In both the upper and… (883-20). Learn More »

AMERICAN COIN SILVER TABLE SPOON, C1810

AMERICAN COIN SILVER TABLE SPOON, C1810

Spoon is engraved in lovely script with the initials, “IG”. Spoon has a very bright patina. It is slightly warped at the tip and has two small dings. Measures 9”… (179-666). Learn More »

INDIAN WAR ERA TELESCOPE

INDIAN WAR ERA TELESCOPE

Brass body covered in leather measures 9 ¾ inches when closed. When extended the three brass sections measure approx. 19 ¼ inches. Leather covering shows light wear all over. Brass has light patina… (172-3427). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA LADIES’ OR CHILD’S SPURS

CIVIL WAR ERA LADIES’ OR CHILD’S SPURS

Small pair of brass spurs, measuring 2.75” from heel forward, 2.625” in width. Attractive brass spurs. Spiked rowels measure 1.25” in diameter, and are in perfect condition. The pair exhibit and… (172-3538). Learn More »

CHILD’S IRONSTONE SAUCER BY T & R BOOTE IN 1851 PATTERN

CHILD’S IRONSTONE SAUCER BY T & R BOOTE IN 1851 PATTERN

Measures 4 ¼” in diameter. This decagonal plate features embossed leaves and figs with parallel lines around the perimeter.  Carries the T & R Boote mark along with diagonal English registry… (643-21). Learn More »

LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY SLAPSTICK

LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY SLAPSTICK

Slapsticks were used in the circus by clowns. A small caliber blank was inserted in one end and when the clown hit someone with the stick the blank would fire making a loud crack and some smoke. This… (172-3044). Learn More »

PACK OF CIVIL WAR PERIOD COMBS

PACK OF CIVIL WAR PERIOD COMBS

These are pocket combs made of tortoise shell. Each one meas. approx. 3.50 inches long x 1.00 inch high. The package looks to have 6 combs still inside the original paper wrapper with two combs… (108-446). Learn More »


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MODEL 1860 CAVALRY SABER AND PORTRAIT ID’D TO 1ST LT. ANTHONY A. TAYLOR, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT

This small group of items is identified to 1st Lieutenant Anthony A. Taylor of Company a, 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry who received the Medal of Honor for actions at Chickamauga. The first item in the group is a well-used enlisted man’s Model 1860… (945-352). Learn More »

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