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Group of American and English Pewter Chargers and Bowls
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
A group of 8 pewter examples, all 19th century or earlier.  Including a large bowl, identified as Archibald & William Coats, Glasgow, 1799, another large charger, a small bowl and 5 plates, several marked to underside; largest is charger with diameter 12.5 in.

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


Condition:  
Lots of dings, pitting and normal wear associated with age.
Sold: $180.00
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Pieced Quilt
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American, 19th century.  A pieced quilt featuring repeating geometric pattern in pale yellow fabric on a finely stitched white ground, having a triple banded border, the pale yellow band featuring running double diamond stitching, and white binding; 82.5 x 70 in.  > Item Details
A Fine Sheet and Wrought Iron Peacock Weathervane
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Scarce Early Broadside of <i>The New Steamboat Telegraph, July 14, 1837</i>
Lot # 70 - Scarce Early Broadside of The New Steamboat Telegraph, July 14, 1837
American, 19th century. An early broadside advertising the route of the steamboat Telegraph on Lake Ontario, July 14, 1837; 19.5 x 14.75 in (sight). > Item Details
Grand Ledge Sewer Tile Indian Bookends
Lot # 287 - Grand Ledge Sewer Tile Indian Bookends
American (Michigan) late 19th-early 20th century.  Produced by the Grand Ledge Sewer Pipe company. A pair of sewer tile glazed bookends (or doorstops) in the form of an Indian wearing a large feathered headdress; each ht. 5.5, lg. 4.75 in. > Item Details
Cobalt Flint Glass
Lot # 5 - Cobalt Flint Glass
American. A cobalt loop and petal molded flint glass dish; ht. 4.5 in. > Item Details
Pewter Oil Lamps
Lot # 482 - Pewter Oil Lamps
American, 19th century. Two pewter lamps including a vapor lamp patented by George Walker in 1860 (copy of patent included) and a small oil lamp on baluster support and circular base, with patent mark on top rim and stamp on underside; oil lamp ht. 7.25 in. > Item Details
Corner Cane Rack
Lot # 592 - Corner Cane Rack
American or English, late 19th-early 20th century. A corner cane rack of mixed woods, the top shelf and base joined by three turned spindles, the edges of each shelf with applied molding, having a capacity for as many as eighteen canes, all rising on three peg feet; ht. 32.5, wd. 28.25, dp 14.5 in. > Item Details
Karajah Room-Size Rug
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Pieced Nine Patch Quilt
Lot # 346 - Pieced Nine Patch Quilt
American, early 19th century. A pieced quilt featuring 40 nine-patch blocks in varying fabrics on a navy ground with flower pattern stitching, having a navy border with shell stitching and binding and reverse in blue and white mini houndstooth fabric; 75.5 x 82.25 in. > Item Details
Union Village Shaker Trestle Table
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American (Ohio), 19th century. A Shaker trestle table in walnut, probably made at Union Village, having a one-board top over two arched trestle supports, connected by a stretcher; ht. 29.5, wd. 74.5, dp. 32 in. > Item Details
Scrimshawed Corset Busk
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Union Shield Frame
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American, late 19th century. A Union shield polychrome decorated frame with stars and stripes in red, white, blue and gold, having an oval aperture in the center; ht. 23.25, wd. 18 in.  > Item Details
Tole Document Box Attributed to Filley
Lot # 53 - Tole Document Box Attributed to Filley
American, 19th century. A floral-decorated tole box attributed to the Bloomfield, Connecticut shop of Oliver Filley with red flowers and stylized gold leaves on a black ground, having a hammered handle; ht 7, wd. 9.25, dp. 5.75 in. > Item Details
Fine Punched Tin Coffee Pot, Probably Berks County, PA
Lot # 59 - Fine Punched Tin Coffee Pot, Probably Berks County, PA
American, 19th century.  A fine punched tin coffee pot, the punch pattern revealing a tulip to either side, with swags on the shoulder below, dramatic turn to spout finishing in echoed tulip form; ht. 12 in. > Item Details
Karajah Room-Size Rug
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Still Life with Fish
Lot # 52 - Still Life with Fish
American, 19th century. An oil on board still life, housed in a gilt frame, depicting a round bowl, a box, and two fish on a wood table, unsigned; 19 x 15 in. (sight). > Item Details
Hudson River School Landscape
Lot # 139 - Hudson River School Landscape
American, 19th century. Oil on canvas; 11.5 x 17.5 in. (sight). > Item Details
<i>Duhme & Co.</i> Aesthetic Movement Silver Flatware, PLUS
Lot # 518 - Duhme & Co. Aesthetic Movement Silver Flatware, PLUS
American (Cincinnati), 19th century. An assembled flatware service of 61 pieces which includes six table spoons, all with bright-cut Japonisme design, all marked Sterling / 925/1000 / Duhme & Co.;lg. 8.5 in., wt. 9 ozt  (305g),  twelve salad forks with same bright-cut de... > Item Details
German Horse Toys and Mule Nodder
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