Antique Associates at West Townsend

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Period U.S. Model 1795, Type 1 Musket, Springfield Armory, Buttplate Dated 1800
Original Flintlock, Standard Lock & Barrel Markings, Eagle Facing Left
The 1795 is perhaps the most elusive model, this being a very good example…
(.69-Caliber, overall length: 59”; barrel: approximately 44.75”) - SOLD

Locks were dated with year of manufacture commencing in 1804, this lock is not dated and is marked forward of hammer with eagle above “US” in script; marked vertically at rear… SPRINGFIELD. Flat faced hammer with beveled edge, curled t top of spur; frizzen with curled toe bottom, frizzen spring with projecting teat; faceted and beveled detachable flashpan; trigger guard features long pointed tangs at top and bottom.
All metal smooth and clean displaying typical scattered speckling, shallow smooth pitting centering touchhole as expected; couple small vice marks near breech.
Wood displays original color and rich patina. Action is tight and smooth. We note a professional restoration (fill and color) to a very small section of wood loss at tail of lock



Painting, American Folk, Riverscape, Landscape, Train, Paddlewheel Boat
Anonymous, C 1890, Likely New York State - SOLD

(Re-stretched, modern frame; frame: 22.5 by 18.5”, sight-size: 15 by 11.5 ”)



Masonic Mark Medal, Coin Silver, Circa 1820, Figure of HOPE - SOLD
Anonymous (3.125" x 2")

The obverse inscribed within concentric rocker-engraved border “H.T.W.S.S.T.K.S” centering full length portrait of young woman [Hope] standing before an anchor; the border also rocker-engraved. The reverse having similarly engraved border displaying initials “GM” in script within fancy border.



Porringer Top Tea Table in Surface, Queen Anne
Connecticut, circa 1750-1770 (Likely Norwich area)
Maple…outstanding example

The overhanging rectangular top with outset rounded corners is pinned to shaped apron joining cabriole legs resting on pad feet.
(Excellent original condition; height: 28"; top: 30" x 21.25")



Antique Folk Art Paint Decorated Blanket Chest, Matchstick Molding, Small Size
New Jersey or Hudson River Valley
Circa 1820-1830
Tulip Poplar (Height: 21"; width: 33.5"; depth: 16")
Abstract decoration…lightning, applied geometric molding in the New Jersey Tradition

Fine joinery…top with molded fielded panels above similarly molded case raised on tall ogee bracket feet. The case ornamented with applied geometric matchstick molded devices; front panel displays reeded columns having unique rectangular capitols similar to candle slides. Black, red and yellow paint; the back is painted…great size for coffee table. (Superb original condition other than restored backboard hinge rail.



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