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An Amish Auction by Ellinger
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
David Ellinger (American, 1913-2003).  Tempera on board, a Amish auction scene, signed l.l.; 21 x 27 in. (sight).

Provenance:  
Property from the Estate of Jane Murphy, Shandon, Ohio


Condition:  
Darkened varnish, some slight cracking beginning.
Sold: $1,680.00
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Union Village Shaker One-Drawer Work Table
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<i>Spode Common Wolf Trap</i> Transferware Plate, Plus
Lot # 165 - Spode Common Wolf Trap Transferware Plate, Plus
English, early 19th century. A blue transferware plate by Spode from the Indian Sporting Series, with a central reserve of four wolves cautiously approaching a lamb-baited trap in the jungle, the landscape continues on the border with tigers, bears, boars, and cormorants, marked C Spode / Common Wol... > Item Details
Hand-Forged Chopper with Figured-Maple Handle
Lot # 407 - Hand-Forged Chopper with Figured-Maple Handle
American, 19th century. A chopper with a figured-maple handle, a hand-forged shaft, and a curved blade; ht. 6.5 in. > Item Details
Decorated Blanket Chest, dated 1819
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American, probably Pennsylvania, dated 1819. A decorated blanket chest in pine with molded top, open dovetailed construction on case, grained surface, strap hinges, on bracket feet, CFI / 1819 painted on front; ht. 25.75, wd. 49.5, dp. 22.75 in. > Item Details
Grain-painted Plantation Desk
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American (Midwestern), 19th century. A two-piece plantation desk in pine and poplar, pine grained, with  nine-light door opening to adjustable shelves, over a slant front desk lid, opening to an interior with drawers and pigeon holes over a protruding long drawer and rising on turned legs; ht. ... > Item Details
Bentwood Pantry Boxes
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American, 19th century. A set of three round bentwood pantry boxes, with lapped seams, in green and red paint and one having a natural stain, the red box with bail handle, the green box stamped LHIIL on bottom; largest ht. 10.75, dia. 17 in. > Item Details
Child's Ladderback Chair, Possibly Shaker
Lot # 828 - Child's Ladderback Chair, Possibly Shaker
American, 19th century. A child's ladderback chair (possibly Shaker) with old red finish, having knob finials, two notched slats, woven splint seat, turned legs and a box stretcher; oah. 26.25 in.  > Item Details
Jackson Prison Marquetry Box
Lot # 115 - Jackson Prison Marquetry Box
American, 19th century.  A marquetry box, probably made in Jackson Prison, Michigan; ht. 7.5, wd. 12, dp. 6 in. > Item Details
Folk Art Painted Swordfish Bill
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American, 19th century. A folk art painted presentation swordfish bill sword reading Mrs. A.B. Gustus. The guard features a painted crossed flags over a crest. The handle is made of wood and also painted; lg. 38.5 in. > Item Details
Woven Splint Baskets
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American. Two woven round splint baskets with wrapped rims, the smaller basket having a bentwood swing handle; largest ht. 12 in.  > Item Details
Salesman's Sample Screen Doors
Lot # 869 - Salesman's Sample Screen Doors
American, 19th century. A pair of salesman's sample screen doors with wooden frames and applied trim, one finished in a natural stain and having a horizontal band of turned spindles, the other painted black. The former marked 20.1500 on top edge in pencil, the latter marked 10.1440; ht. of each ... > Item Details
Group of 19th Century Hand Wrought Implements
Lot # 721 - Group of 19th Century Hand Wrought Implements
American. Group of six hand wrought implements, each 19th century, including four ladles, a fork, and pinchers; longest 21 in. > Item Details
Early <i>Knickerbocker</i> Attributed Mickey Mouse
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American, ca 1930s. A Knickerbocker Mickey Mouse with pie eyes, rat nose with tied on whiskers, felt ears, cloth body, original clothing, unmarked; ht. 11.5 in. > Item Details
<i>Creil</i> Transferware French Military Plates, Plus
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Dovetailed Blanket Chest
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American, 19th century. A blanket chest of rectangular form and dovetailed construction in mixed woods, with hinged lid, on turned feet; ht. 16, wd. 25, dp. 12 in. > Item Details
Paint Decorated Folk Art Mirror
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Coin Silver Tablespoons
Lot # 514 - Coin Silver Tablespoons
American, between 1800 - 1880s. An assembled group of 34 tablespoons of two sizes, 7 inch and 9 inch, by various American makers, all but one struck with maker's name. A sample of names - Wm. Swift / Pure Coin, E. & D. Kinsey (Cincinnati, Ohio), A. W. Hall,  W. G. Forbes, and ... > Item Details
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