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Early Large Wooden Rooms Sign

This large sign features a nice thick molded frame and is in original surface
condition. It is double sided and measures 41½ in. long and 24 in. high. The
molding is 2½ in. thick. There were iron brackets at the top for hanging, one
of which is missing. Ex. collection of Chris Jussel of Antiques Roadshow.
Photos show both sides.
Click picture to see all 7 photos.

Item #2619              $775

Oil Painting of Cat and Her Kittens

Although not naοve enough to be considered folk art, still a very appealing
scene. This oil on canvas is in excellent condition and dates to the earlier
20th C. It is illegibly signed lower right. In an excellent 3 inch wide gilt frame.
The painting measures 24” X 20.” Framed size is 32” X 28.”
Click picture to see all 8 photos.

Item #3261              $695

Early, Rare, Unique Game Board with a Drawer

From an upstate New York collection this country game board dates to the mid 19th C.
and sits on a platform with a small divided drawer in the center. It has its original grey
green and black paint and is constructed with square nails. It is in untouched condition
with wear and age separations consistent with age and use. The top measures 21 X 19
inches and overhangs the base by 1 inch on the sides and about ½ inch on the front and
back. It is 2 ½ inches high.
Click picture to see all 10 photos.

Item #3248              $1,495

Painted Folk Art Game Board

Retaining its original pale yellow and green painted surface, this
wonderful checkerboard dating late 19th or early 20th C. is fresh
to the market from an upstate New York collection. It is one sided
with applied molding and divided game piece sections. In fine
original condition with expected wear. A very large size with 144
squares and measuring 32 ½ inches X 19 Ύ inches.
Click picture to see all 9 photos.

Item #3250              $975

Folk Portrait of the Abbott Children

Folk Portrait of William Allen (1836-1913) and Harriete
Elizabeth (1838-1923) Allen. They were the children of
Elizabeth and John Abbott who was the attorney general
of Maine in 1855. Canvas laid down on board in very good
condition in an elaborate old gold frame. Artist unknown.
Framed size 37 ½” X 32 ½.”
Click picture to see all 6 photos.

Item #2668              $2,150

Portrait of a Young Lady

Oil on canvas of a beautiful young woman with blue eyes seated
on a fancy chair with red drapes behind her. It is attributed
to John S. Blunt (1798–1835). The sitter is unknown. It has
been relined and is in a new frame. Sight size is 30 in. X 25 in.
Framed size 38 in. X 33 in.
Click picture to see all 7 photos.

Item #3167              $3,500

Unusual 19th C. Game Wheel

An exciting and unusual large and colorful game wheel in
outstanding condition. It is finely painted and most probably
made by a wheelwright. Has its original dry paint decoration
in red, black, green and blue with numbers 1 to 60 and its
original brass hooks. It’s 39 inches in diameter and has a
museum mount for hanging.
Click picture to see all 6 photos.

Item #2710              $2,350

Shaker Painting by Sister Cora Helena Sarle

This oil on masonite N.H. landscape with birch trees is signed C.H. Sarle.
Sister Sarle (1867-1956) was a member of the Canterbury NH community
and is a well know shaker artist both during her lifetime and since. Sight
size is 4” X 6.” Framed size 6 Ό” X 8 Ό” in a new frame. Her paintings
have been sold at W. Henry and Northeast shaker auctions and she was the
subject of a June Sprigg book “Shaker Sister’s Drawings.” 1976 article
from “The World of Shaker” accompanies this piece.
Click picture to see all 5 photos.

Item #3177              $895

Farm House Folk Art Painting

A charming naοve folk painting of a two story farmhouse
with two chimneys in a landscape setting. Oil and marker
on paper behind glass. Unsigned. Found in Virginia.
Early 20th C. In a terrific late 19th C. folk art, cross hatch
frame with corner rosettes, not original to the piece.
9 ½” X 13 ½” sight, 14 Ό” X 18 Ό” o/s measurement.
Click picture to see all 5 photos.

Item #3175              $335

Large Cast Iron Architectural Star

A very impressive and unusually large cast iron 5 point star.
More than likely used as an anchor plate on a brick or masonry
building for structural reinforcement. Dates late 19th or early
20th C. and has been professionally mounted. Measures 18 ½ in.
high mounted. The star alone is 16 inches in diameter.
Click picture to see all 6 photos.

Item #3159              $525

Red, White and Blue 5 Blade Whirlygig

A fantastic 5 blade whirligig with original red, white and
blue paint in very good condition. A large center 4 arm
blade is surrounded by 4 smaller 2 arm blades. Early 20th C.
Approximately 38” L 27” W 26” H. Sits on a custom made
metal stand with a base which is 4 feet high making total
mounted height 64 inches.
Click picture to see all 7 photos.

Item #3040              $1,800

Folk Art Watercolor

We believe this very well executed watercolor depicts
a mountain lion. Quite possibly school art and dating
early to mid 19th C. in a period and probably original canted
frame. It measures 9” X 7” framed and 6” X 4” without.
Click picture to see all 5 photos.

Item #3137              $525

Still Life Painting

A very colorful composition with peaches and 2 types
of grapes, this unsigned still life painting on canvas is
in original untouched condition. The black and gold
frame is new. Mid 19th C. with a chamfered stretcher.
The painting measures 16” X 10” and framed size is
20” X 14”
Click picture to see all 8 photos.

Item #3118              $450

Fantastic Chip Carved Frame

This tramp art style chip carved frame with carved circles
in the corner, brass accents, and a delicate carved and beveled
outer frame dates to the late 19th C. and is in excellent condition.
The photo indicates a N.Y. origin and is probably original to the
piece. The maker, Stuart Gruss, signed his name on the back.
Measures 10 ½” X 13 Ό”
Click picture to see all 9 photos.

Item #3039              $495

Folk Art Pastel of a Sleeping Puppy

A well executed American pastel dating to the
2nd half of the 19th C. depicting a puppy sleeping
on a velvet pillow. In its original fancy gilt frame
which is in very good condition with one rosette
missing in the lower left corner.
Framed size is 23” X 20”
Click picture to see all 5 photos.

Item #2856              $1,200

Set of Four Reverse Paintings

This is a set of four late 19th C. German
reverse paintings with the most fantastic
colors. They portray St George, St Elizabeth,
St Hubert and the Last Judgement. They are in
their original and identical black frames with an
early printed litho paper back and each one
measures 14 ½” X 11”
Click picture to see all 7 photos.

Item #2653              $995

Landry's Knob Cigar Sign

“The Best Seller In Northern New York.” Ca: 1900.
With stylized and shadowed hand painted letters. In
a nice wooden red/brown frame which appears to be
original to the sign and behind glass. Measures
21 Ύ” X 29 ½”
Click picture to see all 6 photos.

Item #3022              $925

Wooden For Rent Sign

Original painted framed sign from the 1930’s – 40’s
which features an apartment with hot water heat.
Sign is 2 boards joined with wiggle nails. Measures
12” X 37 Ύ” and is 1 Ό” thick.
Click picture to see all 6 photos.

Item #3019              $450

Ladies Rest Room Sign

Canvas stretched on wood. 1st half 20th C. Hand painted
red letters shadowed in yellow. Very well executed.
28” X 8”
Click picture to see all 5 photos.

Item #3018              $375

Watercolor of the U.S.Seal

A watercolor on paper of the United States Seal. Probably
a piece of schoolgirl art. Appears to date to the late 19th or
early 20th. C. Framed in an appropriate vintage frame with
a thin gold liner and behind glass. There are some very minor
edge losses and 2 creases in the paper.
Measures 11 Ό” X 8 Ό”
Click picture to see all 6 photos.

Item #3002              $395

Painting Of The SS Robin Adair

Unsigned early 20th C. American oil on canvas cloth
of the 1923 intercoastal trade freighter Robin Adair.
The Robin line was part of the Isthmian Steamship Co.
Lines, N.Y. Frame is hand made and the canvas is
probably sailcloth. Measures 22 ½ ” X 32”
Click picture to see all 8 photos.

Item #2920              $1,250

Watercolor Still Life of Fruit

Wonderful soft yet vibrant colors in
this watercolor of fruit on a tray and
in a glass top compote. Signed P. Cords
and dated 1902. In original highly grained
frame and measuring 19 ½” X 13 Ό”
Click picture to see all 4 photos.

Item #2851              $325

Pastel of a Gentleman from New Jersey

Folk Art pastel of a blue eyed bearded
gentleman in formal dress sitting in a
red chair with a scrolled crest rail. It is
inscribed “Gemalt Von (painting of) Francis Leupold,
Elizabeth NJ 1857. In very good condition.
There is minor foxing which is overemphasized
in the photo. Framed size 18” X 14”
Old gilt frame possibly original.
Click picture to see all 5 photos.

Item #2848              $1,200

Pastel of a Girl and her Dog

A folk art pastel portraying a
girl and her black dog. Mid 19th C.
in its original period lemon gold
frame. Excellent condition.
26 Ό” X 22” framed.
Click picture to see all 4 photos.

Item #2783              $1,495

1844 Watercolor of Mother & Son

A very nice rendition of a blue eyed boy
and his mother in a grey shawl. In its
original birdseye maple frame with a gilt
liner. Signed lower left F. Franks 1844.
Measures 6” X 5”. Framed size is
10 ½” X 9 ½”
Click picture to see all 4 photos.

Item #2827              $750