FULL
SCREEN
     

Lot 654    

German Wood and Composition Animals, Plus
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
German, late 19th-early 20th century. An assembled group of thirty-one wood and composition animals, mostly farm animals such as cows, sheep, and horses, but also including a large camel, most stamped Germany on underside, PLUS a furry dog with a tag marked Japan, PLUS two die cast bovine figures stamped FRANCE on underside; largest ht. 5.75 in.

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


Condition:  
Some cracks and areas of loss, mostly to legs. Surface dirt. Most animals in good condition.
Sold: $153.75
Price includes
Buyer's Premium
      Ask a Question

All Images

Four Miniature Jugs
Lot # 294 - Four Miniature Jugs
American, 19th century. Four miniature jugs, two with brown glazes, one unglazed and one (likely Pennsylvania) with a brown glaze and painted yellow accents; tallest ht. 5.5 in. > Item Details
Rod-Back Paint-Decorated Windsor Side Chairs
Lot # 106 - Rod-Back Paint-Decorated Windsor Side Chairs
American, 19th century. A pair of painted rod-back Windsor side chairs, each with four spindles, bamboo turnings and shaped seat, in red and gold paint; oah. 33.25 in, seat ht. 16 in. > Item Details
Paint-Decorated Box
Lot # 208 - Paint-Decorated Box
American or English, 19th century. A paint-decorated box of dovetailed construction with a hinged lid and original iron hardware, decoration painted on a blue ground; ht. 6.75, wd. 18.5, dp. 11 in.  > Item Details
Early Fireman's Bib Shirt and Cap
Lot # 680 - Early Fireman's Bib Shirt and Cap
American. A late 19th century fireman's parade "bib" shirt, and an early 20th century fireman's hat, all have decorative FD buttons; shirt approximately men's size small. > Item Details
Group of Scrimshaw Toothpicks
Lot # 559 - Group of Scrimshaw Toothpicks
American or British, 19th century. A group of eight scrimshawed toothpicks in whalebone and walrus ivory with baleen picks in multiple forms including a woman's leg, an ostrich with two extending legs, a harpoon with polychrome decoration, an arm with gold painted embellishments ending in a clen... > Item Details
Twin Fine Splint Baskets
Lot # 228 - Twin Fine Splint Baskets
American, 19th century. Two small splint woven basket, one a buttocks basket of  oak or hickory, ht. 6 in., lg 5.75 in., the other, a handled example with  tightly-woven foot; ht. 5.25 in., dia. 5.5 in. > Item Details
Group of Redware
Lot # 240 - Group of Redware
American, 19th century. A group of three glazed redware jars of various sizes and shapes; tallest 5.5 in. > Item Details
Miniature Staffordshire and German Porcelain Critters
Lot # 757 - Miniature Staffordshire and German Porcelain Critters
English and German, 19th century. An assembled group of seven porcelain animals (four cats, one dog, and two lions) , some Staffordshire and some German; tallest ht. 4 in. > Item Details
Three Baskets
Lot # 335 - Three Baskets
Early 20th century group of three woven split oak or hickory baskets; largest ht. 14 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
A Group of Sailor's Souvenirs
Lot # 578 - A Group of Sailor's Souvenirs
American, early 20th century. A group of five sailor's souvenirs, including a thirteen star patriotic shield reading L.I. Beckwith 1909-1913 U.S.S. Kansas, a patriotic hand carved folk art picture frame that reads Shanghai China, a British picture frame in the shape of a life pres... > Item Details
Demi-John in Amber Glass
Lot # 737 - Demi-John in Amber Glass
American (New England), 19th century. An amber glass demi-john bottle, molded in three parts, with Cpt. Harry, and a faint image of a sail boat with flying gulls above, pin-etched on the shoulder of the bottle; ht. 18, wd. 13.5 in. > Item Details
Patriotic Sandwich Glass Plates
Lot # 473 - Patriotic Sandwich Glass Plates
American. Group of 14 sandwich glass plates with patriotic interest; largest dia. 5 in., smallest dia. 3.75 in.  > Item Details
<i>A. Conrad</i> Stoneware Crock
Lot # 191 - A. Conrad Stoneware Crock
American, 19th century. A salt glazed stoneware crock of four-gallon size by A. Conrad of New Geneva, Pennsylvania, stenciled with flowers and a cobalt eagle and having applied handles, marked A. Conrad. / New Geneva / PA. / 4; ht. 14.75 in. > Item Details
Unusual Redware and Stoneware Vessels
Lot # 308 - Unusual Redware and Stoneware Vessels
American, 19th century. An assembled group of four unusual redware and stoneware vessels, including a yellow-glazed spittoon with brown splashes, a redware pitcher with applied metal bands and handle, stamped PAT. June 27, 186(?) / ST LOUIS, MO, a brown-glazed jug with blue undertones and an applied... > Item Details
<i>Flying Geese</i> Quilt
Lot # 355 - Flying Geese Quilt
American (Kentucky), ca 1840. A pieced quilt with alternating stripes in white and green printed fabric edged by flying geese pattern, with teacup stitching on white and shell stitching on green, and white binding; 94 x 98 in. > Item Details
Amethyst Glass Store Canister
Lot # 24 - Amethyst Glass Store Canister
American, late 19th-early 20th century. A blown amethyst glass store canister of cylindrical form, having a flared rim and a pontil scar on the underside; ht. 8.75 in. > Item Details
Child's Salmon Painted Cupboard
Lot # 522 - Child's Salmon Painted Cupboard
American, 19th century. A pine two-door storage cupboard in old salmon paint, having a molded cornice above an interior with four shelves, the tongue and groove backboards fitted with hanging wire and dated 1873 in red paint; ht. 30.75, wd. 22, dp. 8.5 in. > Item Details
Early High Chair
Lot # 279 - Early High Chair
American, 18th century. An early mixed hardwood child's high chair with a two-spindle back, hickory woven seat (possibly original), turned arms pinned to front legs, on four splayed legs with eight stretchers; oah. 36, seat ht. 22 in. > Item Details
Group of Miniature Portraits
Lot # 494 - Group of Miniature Portraits
An assembled group of six miniature portraits and silhouettes, including two prints of 18th-century ladies housed in oval wooden frames, a hand-painted miniature engraving on paper of a gentleman in a square frame, and a set of three silhouettes; engraving 2.75 x 2 in. (sight).  > Item Details
ITEMS 1-20 of 20
SKIP TO PAGE: