Antique “Creedmoor” cast iron mechanical bank with original polychrome paint decoration, depicting a soldier firing into a tree trunk.
Native American lidded basket with potato stamp decoration, excellent condition, last half of the 19thcentury, Northeast Woodlands.
Appliqué quilt, having a very bold pattern with an attractive vine and flower border.
Copper “Hand of God” weathervane, 40½” long, excellent patina, excellent condition.
Pieced quilt, nine-patch pattern with lovely colors on a rust background and a homespun back.
Needlework sampler, displaying the family record for the family of Noah Darby, (born 1798), and Eva Brook, (born 1800).
Naïve folk art landscape painting, oil on canvas, probably of the Hudson River, unsigned.
Wonderful flying goose decoy, signed and dated, in original paint.
Magnificent reproduction redware loaf dish with a wonderful decoration.
Folk art painted Noah’s Ark, with 58 wooden animals plus Noah and his wife.
An early 19th century calligraphy containing a hand-written poem.
Wooden multi-colored folk-art trade sign, painted on one side.
Rare folk art optometrist trade sign in the shape of eyeglasses.