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Offerings from Our Discriminating Dealers and Consignors

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Black Painted Ladderback Armchair,
Bulbous Turned Finials and Arched Slats

The scrolled arms on conical ring turned posts continue to turned legs on full height feet. The chair, including historic surface, remains in fine original condition
43.25" x 23" x 18.5"; seat height: 17"



Anniversary Tin Spoon with Foliate Decoration

Length: 34.75"



PA Maganese Bottle, Great Form

7.5" x 4"



Bulbous Baluster Silver Cream Jug,
by Joseph Dubois, Philadelphia, c.1780

Gadrooned rim, scrolled handle, raised on sculptured pad feet with shell joinings.
Engraved cartouche centering initials "SS"
height: 4.75"



Urn Shaped SIlver Sugar,
by Abner Reeder (1766-1841), c.1796-1800

Reeder trained and worked in Philadelphia and New Jersey.
The urn is pictured in Carl Williams, Silversmiths of New Jersey 1700-1825 pp. 130-143
Fine original condition, 11" x 4.5"



Federal Coin Ribbed Silver Cann
by Joseph Lownes (1758-1820),
Philadelphia Belden-"B", c.1790

Lyre shaped, conical with horizontal reeded bands.
Engraved in script, "Hannah Tingey Craven to Alfred W. Craven"
4" x 2.5"



Woodlands Ash Burl Ladle, Early 19th C, New England

Length: 11"



19th Century Miniature Tea Caddy

Mahogany with canted sides, original surface, hinges and clasp.
dimensions:5" x 2.75"



Carved Burl Ash Bowl, NE, Early 19th Century

Great color & texture, slightly oblong with high trapezoidal ends and pierced handholds



Painted & Lettered Civil War Militia Tin Canteen

Angled side loops, black with dark yellow lettering.
Dimensions: Diameter: 4.5"



Ruddy Turnstone Bird Decoy, New Jersey, Long Island, New York, Cape Cod, c1910

A colorful and seldom seen species that was not widely hunted.
A rare form in shorebird decoys.
Dimensions: length 9".



Masonic Eagle Calabash, GIV-42

Perfect Condition.
Dimensions: 9".



Summer/Winter Flask, GX-16, Half Pint

Perfect Condition.
Dimensions: 6.25".



Patriotic Tin Hat, Red, White & Blue - SOLD

Patriotic Tin Hat, Red, White & Blue

M4-34 - SOLD

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For More Information on these items, call 978-597-8084 or
Email Lynn Hillier at LCH@AAAWT.COM

Antique Associates at West Townsend offers limited Room and Case Dealer space at favorable rates for dealers and dealer-collectors to exhibit high quality antiques, art and antique arms. Learn About Our Dealer Space online, or give Lynn Hillier, our Main House Manager, a call with any questions or interests. Many long time dealers and collectors are giving up the day to day shop routine, and letting AAAWT's Main House Staff do the work for them.

If consigning is more your taste, David Hillier, AAAWT's Founder and Broker, can help you with Consignment Terms and No-Risk Brokerage Programs information. 80% of our 5000+ offering are consigned to us by dealers, collectors, and estates, who are tired of absorbing the risk and financial burdens of the auction venue. Let David Hillier DRH@AAAWT.COM walk you through our full service process.

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