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Folk Art, Leather and Brass Tacked
Wooden Traveling Trunk
Paint Decorated Interior, Village, Trees
Possibly New York - SOLD
Date/Period: Circa 1800-1820


Folk Art, Leather and Brass Tacked Wooden Traveling Trunk
Paint Decorated Interior, Village, Trees
Possibly New York, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 12"; width: 12.75"; length: 31"

Material: Hide bound wood, paint on paper lining; iron hardware and brass tacks

Condition: Excellent

Additional Information: Rare and outstanding… Instead of a maker's label, the interior of this
example is lined with paper that is painted with a horizontal frieze of houses punctuated by
vertical trees with widespread leafy branches. An additional repeat of circular geometric motifs
completes the similarity of the lining to papered, stenciled, block-printed or freehand painted
wall coverings of the first quarter of the nineteenth century.
(Stacy C. Hollander, American Folk
Art Museum, NYC)

During the late eighteenth century, Americans became confirmed in a constant pattern of
migration that persists as a part of their national character. Between 1790 and 1840, the system
of roads expanded exponentially, and overland travel by stagecoach, wagon, and horseback
increased.1 To transport personal belongings, people needed sturdy compartments that could
withstand the rigors of the road. Unlike delicate pasteboard bandboxes, which needed to be
handheld to survive rough trips, trunks were made from wood covered with dressed hide and
studded on the exterior with brass tacks in decorative patterns, sometimes including the owner's
initials. Hide-covered trunks were often cylindrical in shape and were intended primarily for
stagecoach travel, during which they were fastened on the outside of the coach. This type of
trunk appears in inventories from the seventeenth through nineteenth centuries, with early
valuations ranging from one pound to six shillings.2

Provenance:
Sotheby Parke-Bernet, November 16-18, 1972, lot 396
Skinner Auctioneers, Boston, Massachusetts, "The Estate of Elisabeth T. Babcock of
Woodbury, Long Island," November 15-16, 1985, lot 131
David A. Schorsch, Greenwich, Connecticut, as agent, 1985

Exhibited: "A Place for Us: Vernacular Architecture in American Folk Art," American Folk Art Museum,
1996-97
"Hearth and Home: Architectural Selections from the Collection," American Folk Art Museum,
May 20-September 21, 2003

Literature: American Radiance: The Ralph Esmerian Gift to the American Folk Art Museum, Stacy C.
Hollander, American Folk Art Museum in association with Harry N. Abrams, New York, p. 101,
fig. 65.

1 Jack Larkin, The Reshaping of Everyday Life, 1790-1840 (New York: Harper & Row, 1988),
pp. 206, 211.
2 Nina Fletcher Little, Neat and Tidy: Boxes and Their Contents Used in Early American
Households
(New York: E.P. Dutton, 1980), p. 33.

SOLD

1287-3




Folk Art, Paint Decorated Dome-top Trunk, Watercolor Within Interior
New England…Inventive spirit and playfulness of design
Date/Period: Circa 1820 - SOLD


Folk Art, Paint Decorated Dome-top Trunk, Watercolor Within Interior New England…Inventive spirit and playfulness of design, entire view

Measurement: Height: 8.25"; width: 18"; depth: 9.25"

Material: Northeast white pine

Condition: Excellent original condition

Additional Information: Small dovetail-joined trunk retaining original hardware and
interior molded vapor barrier. The exterior decorated with a grid of “turkey tracks
[footprints] diapered with salmon dots; the back features a pattern of turkey silhouettes
and other paint decorated devices. The interior is papered with conforming decoration
featuring a wonderful watercolor composition displaying turkey hunting; a critter scurries
up the tree with man at base.

SOLD

581-12




19th Century Diminutive Dome-top Trunk,
Outstanding Decoration
America, early 19th Century
Poplar and white pine - SOLD


19th Century Diminutive Dome-top Trunk, Outstanding Decoration
America, early 19th Century
Poplar and white pine, entire view 1

(Height: 6.375"; width: 9.75"; depth: 5.25")
This little box imitating painted tin (tole) displays full coverage decoration featuring
freehand and stenciled ornament done in silver powder, red, mustard yellow and blue
paint against the black ground. Displays beautifully.

SOLD

898-34




Federal, Paint Decorated Dome Top Box
New York, circa 1825-1840
Poplar - SOLD


Federal, Paint Decorated Dome Top Box
New York, circa 1825-1840
Poplar, entire view 1

A comb-decorated dome top valuables box. The box features lid with black borders and
corner spandrels outlined in cream enclosing a butternut ground with rows of dark wavy
stripes, the case with similar decoration. Fitted with original iron lock and plate.
Excellent original condition, decoration pops;
height: 9.25"; width: 19.75"; depth: 9.25"

SOLD

879-119




Paint Decorated Trunk, Dome Top Box, Original Bright Paint
Worcester County, Massachusetts
Circa 1820 to 1830 - SOLD


Paint Decorated Trunk, Dome Top Box, Original Bright Paint
Worcester County, Massachusetts
Circa 1820 to 1830, angle view

This paint decorated neoclassical rarity ornamented with arched feathers, drapery swags with tassels, and a meandering vine highlighted with stylized flowers in shades of yellow and green remains in fine condition.
Dimensions: 12 by 24 by 9.5"

SOLD

423-5




Dome Top Box, Original Blue Paint, Painted Birds and Flowers
Likely Northern European, 19th Century
A very pretty trunk, retaining original wire hinges and lock - SOLD


Antique Dome Top Box in Original Blue Paint, 19th Century, angle view

(H: 6.75”, W: 15”, D: 10.25”)

171-114 - SOLD




Paint Decorated Dome Top Trunk, Folk Art
By a yet to be identified Southern New Hampshire muralist/decorative painter
Early 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Paint Decorated Dome Top Trunk, Early 19th Century, angle view

Characteristically feathered black and green trees and the minimalistic use of color against a faint salmon ground (faded to whitish-gray) are closely related to a group of boxes, a fireboard, and several wall murals in New Hampshire executed by a yet to be identified artist.

This hand in the past has been attributed to Rufus Porter; however, recent research and cataloging reassigns the hand to that of an unidentified artist. (The trees are not congruent to any rendered by Porter within his signed works)

A similarly decorated box is found within The Howard and Jean Lipman Collection of Important American Folk Art and Painted Furniture, Sotheby’s, lot 97. For additional reference please see, Rufus Porter Rediscovered by Jean Lipman, pages 116 and 117; decorated wall of Bidwell Tavern, Langdon, New Hampshire. The box and surface remain in generally excellent original condition with only minor losses and imperfections consistent with age and use. (H: 9”, W: 20.25”, D: 11.5”)

935-11 - SOLD




Paint Decorated Trunk, Dome Top Box, Original Bright Paint
Worcester County, Massachusetts
Circa 1820 to 1830 - SOLD


Paint Decorated Trunk, Dome Top Box, Original Bright Paint
Worcester County, Massachusetts
Circa 1820 to 1830, entire view

This paint decorated box was ornamented by one of the two anonymous "Worcester Box" painters; arched feathers, drapery swags with tassels, and a meandering vine highlighted with stylized flowers in shades of yellow, green, and red.
Dimensions: 11" H, 28" W, 14" D.

423-3 - SOLD




Document Trunk, Dome Top, Original Paint
New England
Circa 1800
Pine - SOLD


Document Trunk, Dome Top, Original Paint
New England
Circa 1800
Pine, entire view

A nice example of desirable size and surface; retains original green paint, now darkly oxidized; original brass hardware and snipe-hinges; interior lined with Newburyport, Massachusetts newspaper dating to 1801.
(H: 8.5"; W: 12.25"; D: 7.25")

912-261 - SOLD




Miniature Dometop Trunk, Box, Original Paint, Black with Red Trim, White Pine
New England, 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Miniature Dometop Trunk in Original Paint, 19th Century, angle view

(8 by 4 by 3.5”)

201-452 - SOLD




Box, Dome Top Trunk, Small, Original Blue Paint
American, Early 19th Century, Poplar - SOLD


Box, Dome Top Trunk, Small, Original Blue Paint
American, Early 19th Century, entire view

A soft and pleasing blue palate, top features broad darker blue brushstrokes
(Wear consistent with age; H: 8", W: 16.75", D: 8")

1002-146 - SOLD




Paint Decorated Trunk, Dome Top Box, Original Paint and Hardware
Worcester County, Massachusetts
Circa 1828 to 1830
Interior lined with Worcester Spy Newspaper, November 12, 1828 - SOLD


Paint Decorated Trunk, Dome Top Box, Original Paint and Hardware
Worcester County, Massachusetts
Circa 1828 to 1830, entire view

(H: 12"; W: 24"; D: 12")

216-486 - SOLD




Dome Top Trunk, Rare Wallpaper Interior, Original Brasses and Paint
New England
Circa 1835
Poplar - SOLD


Dome Top Trunk, Rare Wallpaper Interior, Original Brasses and Paint
New England
Circa 1835, entire view

Interior features block-printed wallpaper displaying giraffe, panther and handlers within an exotic pastoral scene. The trunk retains its original paint and painted decoration; losses to surface limited to top and end-grain; dovetail joinery. (H: 9", W: 18", D: 10")
See Hat Boxes and Bandboxes at Shelburne Museum, page 34.

958-19 - SOLD




Paint Decorated Dome Top Trunk, Original Dry Surface, Dovetail Joinery
Probably New York or Vermont
Early 19th Century
Poplar - SOLD


Paint Decorated Dome Top Trunk, Original Dry Surface, Dovetail Joinery
Probably New York or Vermont
Early 19th Century, entire view

Broad sweeping red brush strokes within faux inlay centered by faux cross banding against a drab yellow ground; retains interior vapor barrier molding, original iron hardware; missing lock hasp, short and fairly tight shrinkage crack to top, else fine.
(H: 8.25"; W: 17": D: 8.75")

659-45 - SOLD




Paint Decorated Dome Top Trunk, Original Fancy Paint
Circa 1830
Maine
Basswood and white pine - SOLD


Paint Decorated Dome Top Trunk, Original Fancy Paint
Circa 1830, entire view

A domed top over a conforming case with wire handles, iron hinges, and iron lock; the interior was wallpapered during the early 20th century. It's all about the decoration; a kaleidoscope of fancy paint decoration; green paint scumbled against yellow in quarter and full-round designs. The entire surface is ornamented with putty rolled decoration. The lid displays some red paint. (H: 11.25"; W: 24"; D: 11.5".)

285-87 - SOLD




Dome Top Trunk, Original Blue Paint
New England
Circa 1820
Poplar and pine, retains molded vapor barrier - SOLD


Dome Top Trunk, Original Blue Paint
New England
Circa 1820, entire view

A common dovetail constructed trunk in uncommon and wonderful robin's egg blue paint. The trunk remains in a high state of originality with only minor losses as shown; including lock hasp; directly above the lock is an imperfection resultant of the vestiges of time. (H: 12.5"; W: 26"; D: 12.5")

1020-18 - SOLD




Dome Top Trunk, Box, Original Paint, Broad Black Brushstrokes on Red
New England, Early 19th Century
Porter-esque (like) tree decoration - SOLD


Dome Top Trunk, Box, Original Paint, Broad Black Brushstrokes on Red
New England, Early 19th Century, entire view

(H: 10.25"; W: 24"; D: 11.75")

706-14 - SOLD




Paint Decorated Trunk, Dome Top Box, Original Paint
Worcester County, Massachusetts
Circa 1820 to 1830 - SOLD


Paint Decorated Trunk, Dome Top Box, Original Paint
Worcester County, Massachusetts
Circa 1820 to 1830, entire view

This paint decorated box was ornamented by one of the two anonymous "Worcester Box" painters; arched feathers, drapery swags with tassels, and a meandering vine highlighted with stylized flowers in shades of yellow, green, and red.
Dimensions: 6.5" H, 16" W, 7.75" D.

423-7 - SOLD




Paint Decorated Trunk, Dome Top Box, Original Bright Paint
Worcester County, Massachusetts
Circa 1820 to 1830 - SOLD


Paint Decorated Trunk, Dome Top Box, Original Bright Paint
Worcester County, Massachusetts
Circa 1820 to 1830, entire view

This paint decorated box was ornamented by one of the two anonymous "Worcester Box" painters; arched feathers, drapery swags with tassels, and a meandering vine highlighted with stylized flowers in shades of yellow, green, and red. There is a 3" stress crack on the top, which is repairable.
Dimensions: 11" H, 28" W, 14" D.

423-2 - SOLD




Trunk, Dome Top, Paint Decorated
New England
Early 19th Century - SOLD


Trunk, Dome Top, Paint Decorated
New England
Early 19th Century, entire view

Small size.
Dimensions: 7.5" H, 15" W, 7.5" D.

816-1 - SOLD




Paint Decorated Dome-Top Box
H.S. Warner Pike
Circa 1825-1835
Poplar - SOLD


Paint Decorated Dome-Top Box
H.S. Warner Pike
Circa 1825-1835, entire view

The slightly domed rectangular lid is received by moldings applied to the interior of the box; simple lapped construction. Black on red decoration atop of which is bronze powder stenciling; centering the top is a large lyre surmounted by crown-like rays flanked either side by columns on plinths with large orb finials joined by rows or rectangles that probably represent bricks. The sides are similarly decorated with smaller congruent stenciling. The arched end panels of lid are stenciled H.S. Warner Pike; front stenciled with saw-tooth design on lid; front panel with decorative pattern...diamonds alternating with eight tiny squares within rectangle as depicted. The box and paint remain in very good original condition with only as expected wear; lock hasp is missing. (Height: 8 inches; width: 19.75 inches; depth: 8.5 inches.)

201-199 - SOLD




Outstanding Paint Decoration
Small Dome-Top Box
Circa 1825 - SOLD


Outstanding Paint Decoration
Small Dome-Top Box
Circa 1825, entire view

As depicted, red on yellow paint; beautiful swirling, feather-like decoration on all sides. This box remains in fine original condition. (Height: 8 inches; width: 16 inches; depth: 9.5 inches.)

201-216 - SOLD




Small Dome-Top Trinket Box
Smoke Decorated...against yellow paint
Dovetail Construction
Circa 1825-1830 - SOLD


Small Dome-Top Trinket Box
Smoke Decorated...against yellow paint
Dovetail Construction
Circa 1825-1830, entire view

As depicted, fine condition and in great surface.
Width: 13.75 inches; height: 5.5 inches; depth: 6.75 inches.

201-214 - SOLD




Paint Decorated Dome Top Basswood Box with Initials - SOLD


Paint Decorated Dome Top Basswood Box with Initials, entire view

Approximately 22-inches l x 10-inches h x 12-inches w. Grain painted with slight dome top, basswood box; "NFM" painted in yellow on top of lid; iron lock painted black, brass keyhole cover; no paint on back side; interior very clean; solid w/ expected dents and scratches throughout. Known owner with family history available. VT origin.

514-36 - SOLD




Dome Top Trunk, Original Paint Decoration, Rolled Rag/Putty Technique
Interior lined with The Massachusetts Spy (1833) Worcester, Newspaper
New England, Probably Massachusetts
Early 19th Century - SOLD


Dome Top Trunk, Original Paint Decoration, Rolled Rag/Putty Technique
Interior lined with The Massachusetts Spy (1833) Worcester, Newspaper
New England, Probably Massachusetts
Early 19th Century, entire view

All sides with full coverage Blue painted decoration, excellent surface; very good overall condition having only minor age imperfections and loss of lock hasp. (Dimensions: 12.75" H, 27" W, 13.25" D.)

787-5 - SOLD




Dome Top Box, Small Size Trunk, Paint Decorated, Original Surface
New England
Early 19th Century
Pine and poplar - SOLD


Dome Top Box, Small Size Trunk, Paint Decorated, Original Surface
New England
Early 19th Century, entire view

A small document trunk featuring broadly brushed and daubed painted decoration on tinted ground. The box retains interior vapor barrier molding and iron lock; fine original condition. (7" H, 16.5" W, 8.5" D)

706-10 - SOLD



Antique Blanket Chest, Shaker,
Original Blue Paint Found Near Watervliet
New York, Circa 1830-1850
Eastern white pine - SOLD


Antique Blanket Chest, Shaker, Original Blue Paint Found Near Watervliet, New York, Circa 1830-1850 Eastern white pine, entire view 1
Shaker blue-painted blanket box…the lid with applied molding over the box containing
lidded till box…the whole on molded base raised on bracket feet. Untouched condition.
(Height: 17.5"; depth: 16.75"; width: 39.75")
SOLD

1039-85




Fancy Paint Decorated Medium-Size Box
New England or New York State
Early 19th Century
Poplar - SOLD


Fancy Paint Decorated Medium-Size Box
New England or New York State
Early 19th Century, entire view

The box is of dovetail construction; rectangular top over conforming case. The lid is received by competently chamfered and mitered interior moldings. Putty-rolled paint decoration...full coverage decoration consisting of, half and quarter-roundels along with other rolled techniques. The box remains in very good original condition including iron lock and brass hinges. Paint is full coverage and remains bright; top will benefit from a good cleaning...all yellow ground intact with faded red decoration. (Height: 8-inches; width: 17.75-inches; depth: 9.25-inches.)

348-77 - SOLD




Small Nineteenth Century Sea Trunk, Heart Carved Beckets, Original Paint
Possibly a child’s of ladies trunk…
Date/Period: 1840-1860 - SOLD


Small Nineteenth Century Sea Trunk, Heart Carved Beckets, Original Paint Possibly a child’s of ladies trunk…, entire view 2

Measurement: Height: 12.25"; width: 27.5"; depth: 11.5"

Material: Pine and birch, iron strap hinges

Condition: Very good original condition, paint wear and losses to moldings consistent
with age and use.

Additional Information: The rectangular top with robust applied molding over a
dovetail joined chest resting on molded base. The carved beckets feature relief hearts
centering a stylized diamond…white against green paint. Each becket retaining monkey
fist ropework knots, beckets missing rope handles. Nice paint displaying dry patina.

SOLD

479-23




Folk Art, New England Decorated Rectangular Lidded Box, Original Paint
Lock Hasp: 1816 Coronet Liberty Head Large Cent (copper)
Date/Period: Circa 1820 - SOLD


Folk Art, New England Decorated Rectangular Lidded Box, Original Paint Lock Hasp: 1816 Coronet Liberty Head Large Cent (copper), entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 7.75"; width:16"; depth: 9.75"

Material: White pine, poplar, brass hinges

Condition: Very good original condition, any aging consistent with use and minor.

Additional Information: The slightly projecting rectangular top over a conforming case
of simple lap construction. The top, painted green, features a light green center framed
by a dark green boarder having diamond shape ornamentation. The front panel displays
a three-masted sailing vessel and a two-story center-chimney house centering a hillock,
the landscape wraps around the sides. Each corner creatively addressed with full height
trees wrapping the corner. The decoration is painted against a true mustard yellow
background. Dry patina.

SOLD

479-21




Antique, Paint Decorated Flat Top Trunk, Vinegar
Grained, Four Color, Original Paint
New England, Early 19th Century
[Written in chalk under lid: Adams, Mass.] - SOLD


Antique, Paint Decorated Flat Top Trunk, Vinegar Grained, Four Color, Original Paint
New England, Early 19th Century [Written in chalk under lid: Adams, Mass.], entire view 1

Clean bright fancy paint, original hardware and interior vapor barrier moldings.
The poplar lid and case are dovetail joined and display encyclopedic sampler of grain painting
techniques. Overall excellent condition with some minor scattered rubs that do not distract.
H: 9.75”, W: 21.75”, D: 11”)

SOLD

1335-1




Antique Paint Decorated Trunk, Three Iron Locks, Handwrought Strap Hinges
Unknown Maker, Early 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Paint Decorated Trunk, Three Iron Locks, Handwrought Strap Hinges 
Unknown Maker, Early 19th Century, entire view

Pine, original painted surface and decoration
Slightly projecting to having applied molding remaining on original strap hinges…the
tapering strap continuing to dime size terminus; dovetail joined case on molded base.
(Width: 18”, height: 10.5” depth: 10.5”)

SOLD

285-119



Miniature Blanket Chest, Trinket Box, Original Paint, Reel Spool Feet, Till, Mortise & Tenon, Dovetailed Likely Pennsylvania, 19th Century (pine, competently joined) - SOLD


Miniature Blanket Chest, Trinket Box, Original Paint, Reel Spool Feet

The top with projecting molding joined by mortice and tenon joints and wood pegs over a dovetailed case containing lidded till; molded base resting on halved spool feet.
(Fine original condition; Height: 6.75"; width: 11.75"; depth: 6.75")


532-122 - SOLD




Table Top Box, Original Blue Paint, Decorated, Seated Woman Playing Lute, Man & Dog in Garden
Valuables, writing, bible; or other!
Anonymous, likely Northern European, 1805 - SOLD


Antique Table Top Box in Original Blue Paint and Paint Decoration, 1805, angle view

Rectangular top with shiplap battens and carved cleats; wrought iron strap-hinges; dovetail joined case on slightly projecting base.
The front panel displays wonderful ornamentation; traces of a man’s portrait and the date of 1805 remain on the top with perhaps 65% blue.
(W: 34”, H: 9.5”, D: 18”)

1202-8 - SOLD




Trunk, Paint Decorated, Flat Top, Vinegar Grained, Four Color, Original Paint
American, Early 19th Century
Clean bright paint, original hardware - SOLD


Trunk, Paint Decorated, Flat Top, Vinegar Grained, Four Color, Original Paint
American, Early 19th Century, entire view

(Overall excellent condition with some wear, wood loss at top side edge of lower case that does not distract; H: 10.5", W: 24", D: 13")

191-437 - SOLD




Paint Decorated Trunk, Box, Original Fancy Paint
First half 19th Century
New England, possibly Maine
Basswood - SOLD


Paint Decorated Trunk, Box, Original Fancy Paint
First half 19th Century
New England, possibly Maine
Basswood, entire view

Fanciful, quick, proficient and colorful brush strokes that may be compared to those employed by painters of American painted tin-ware (tole). The frieze centering each panel is painted green within salmon faux inlay as frequently found on so many painted pieces of furniture decorated in Maine. Wire hinges refreshed with brass butt-hinges; we note a small ding that does not compromise or distract, on the back at hinge-rail.
(12 by 6.5 by 5.25")

532-46 - SOLD




Paint Decorated Trunk, Flat Top, Rag Rolled, Green and Reddish Brown
New England
Circa 1830
A clean and vibrant example made of poplar, dovetail joinery, retaining vapor barrier molding - SOLD


Paint Decorated Trunk, Flat Top, Rag Rolled, Green and Reddish Brown
New England
Circa 1830, entire view

Poplar (H: 13"; W: 31"; D: 13.75", wire hinges retried with strap type)

532-35 - SOLD




Paint Decorated Trunk, Document Box, Original Surface
New England
Early 19th Century
Dovetail construction, red over drab mustard yellow, fine condition
White pine - SOLD


Paint Decorated Trunk, Document Box, Original Surface
New England
Early 19th Century, entire view

(W: 16"; H: 7.75"; D: 9")

532-25 - SOLD




Trunk, Painted, Paint Decorated
Ex Jean Lipman Collection
Northeastern United States
Poplar
Original mustard yellow paint against a red ground - SOLD


Trunk, Painted, Paint Decorated
Ex Jean Lipman Collection
Northeastern United States
Poplar, entire view

Excellent original condition
(H: 11.25"; W: 24.5"; D: 13.5".)

191-368 - SOLD




Paint Decorated Coronet Case, Tapered and Domed, Original Surface
Anonymous
19th Century - SOLD


Paint Decorated Coronet Case, Tapered and Domed, Original Surface
Anonymous
19th Century, entire view

A wonderful musicians' case ornamented with a horn painted against a faux-grained ground framed in black and yellow; original brass and iron hardware.
(L: 14.75"; H: 5.5"; D: 8")

176-129 - SOLD




Trunk, Box with Original Painted Decoration
Pennsylvania
Early 19th Century
White pine - SOLD


Trunk, Box with Original Painted Decoration
Pennsylvania
Early 19th Century, entire view

The rectangular lid with applied molding above dovetailed case having applied protruding base-molding. The box is painted black; front panel displays a stenciled four-color pinwheel surrounded by decorative devices centered within a stylized four-color stenciled frieze. (Excellent condition; 12" by 19.75" by 12.5")

497-63 - SOLD





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