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Knights of Labor Glass Mug - SOLD



Standing at 5 ¾-inches, this clear glass mug features a raised image of knight and laborer shaking hands and "KNIGHTS Of LABOR" in raised block letters.

 

110-335 - SOLD




Previous Offerings or Gone to New Homes




Stoneware Merchant's Jug
Clinton, Massachusetts - SOLD



As depicted, stenciled in cobalt "P. H. MORRISON / LIQUOR DEALER / CLINTON, MASS.", applied handle, Jersey slip interior, firing crack in front. (Height: 9.25-inches.)

110-380 - SOLD




Polychrome Wax Portrait
Frederick The Great - SOLD



Frederick II of Prussia (1712 - 1786), commonly known as Frederick the Great, reigned from 1750 - 1786, tinted profile wax portrait in a round fiberboard case with wallpaper on the bottom and colored German advertisement inside, there is tape around the outside of the case should be remounted, but the was portrait, other than some dust, is in very good condition. (Diameter: 3.5-inches.)

110-353 - SOLD




Brewster Family
(Suffolk & Essex)
Armorial - SOLD



Gouache on parchment Brewster family crest in frame, the parchment has wrinkled and there has been some flaking, particularly on the upper right of the shield. (12" x 15.25" framed, 9.5" x 12.5" view.)

110-340 - SOLD




Crown Bank on Legs, Scarce Cast Iron Still Bank, Good Original Paint
Probably J. and E. Stevens, Cromwell, Connecticut
Circa 1875 - SOLD



This bank is extremely scarce in any condition, this example is red and green, in good to very good condition with minor paint thinning/loss to roof; tiny chip to iron at corner of bezel that receives side panel; small enough not to distract; grillwork within chimney is damaged and has been repainted. (7 7/8 by 4.25 by 3.25")

110-526 - SOLD




Sugar Bucket, Swing Handle Firkin in Original Blue Paint, Black Tapered Bands
New England
Late 19th Century - SOLD



(Very good original condition; H: 10": base diameter: 10")

110-558 - SOLD




Birch Bark Tray
Adirondack
Antique - SOLD



Great patina and very good condition with only the loss of some rattan wraps on underside. (Height: 2.5 inches; width: 11.25 depth: 7.75 inches.)

110-372 - SOLD




Antique Fishing-Camp Photograph
Typically Adirondack
Circa 1900-1910 - SOLD



As depicted, still-life...campfire with skillet, coffee pot...fishing rod with conventional reel, creel, and net. Original oak frame with great patina. (Frame: 22 x 17.5 inches; view: 17.5 x 13 inches.)

110-376 - SOLD




Pair of Coin Silver Spectacles
By Bolles & Day
Hartford, Connecticut - SOLD



Pair of coin silver spectacles with oval lenses and pin sliding temple bars, signed "BOLLES & DAY / HARTFORD" on outside of right temple and "48" on outside of left. The "C" bridge appears to have been professionally repaired, all else fine.

110-338 - SOLD



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