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Bas Relief Bust Shell, Winfield Scott, White Frosted on Convex Tin Shell
Manufactured by Huntington, Loretz and Co., 142 Fulton Street, New York
Circa 1865
Plaster, wood, tin, convex glass, silver leaf, and velvet, retains trade label


Bas Relief Bust Shell, Winfield Scott, White Frosted on Convex Tin Shell

(Walnut frame: 16.5 by 14.5"; sight-size: 11.5 by 10.5"; fine original condition)

$885

232-282


 Bas Relief Bust Shell, Winfield Scott, White Frosted on Convex Tin Shell



Shaker, Chicken Waterer, Tinned Sheet Iron
Maine, 19th Century


Shaker, Chicken Waterer, Tinned Sheet Iron Maine, 19th Century

Tubular horizontal and vertical reservoir sections above circular watering pans with folded rims such-as-the demilune carrying handle. Typical Shaker ingenuity…submerge the device in a barrel of water filling the tubes; stored water keeps the trays full. (Fine original condition; height: 9.75"; width: 19.5"; depth: 4.5”)

$425.00

632-68




Antique, Heart Pierced Tinned Sheet Iron Container, Great Patina
Anonymous, circa 1850-1900
Whatzit? Tinder box, anniversary tin, storage…anyone know?


Antique, Heart Pierced Tinned Sheet Iron Container, Great Patina 
Anonymous, circa 1850-1900, entire view

Domed lid with “D” shaped tabbed finger bail…the tapering container featuring 25
pierced hearts centered by double row of concentric piercings displays a great patina.
The piercings were executed with both square and round punches, fine condition.
(Height: 8.5"; tip diameter: 6.75")

$395.00

1326-8




Vintage, Rare Heinze Tomato Marmalade Lidded Tin, Original Label, Bale Handle - SOLD


Vintage, Rare Heinze Tomato Marmalade Lidded Tin, Original Label, Bale Handle, entire view

Mainly marketed in the Pennsylvania coal mine areas; after contents were consumed the lidded pails
became lunch pails. Very few survived with intact labels.


Vintage, Rare Heinze Tomato Marmalade Lidded Tin, Original Label, Bale Handle, label view

Vintage, Rare Heinze Tomato Marmalade Lidded Tin, Original Label, Bale Handle, label detail

SOLD

195-33





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