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View of a Paddle Steamer on the Ohio River

                      Charles Bauerle (Ohio, active 1855-1860). Signed at bottom left partially obscured by frame. Cincinnati, Ohio Oil on canvas; 27” x 34” Bauerle was a book illustrator and engraver working in Cincinnati with the artist Henry Lovie (1829-1875) in the late 1850’s. The partnership ended […]

Early Dressing Table, Southeastern Pennsylvania

                Southeastern Pennsylvania Circa 1760-1770 Walnut, pine H: 28.5”; W: 34”; D: 21” Handsome dressing table with a bold stance and gutsy feet. Likely from the Philadelphia area. SOLD

MY BIRD Watercolor Drawing by Carrie Clark, Lancaster Academy

        Signed: Carrie W Clark Label on reverse: Lancaster Academy – 1852 Pennsylvania Watercolor on paper Paint decorated frame 7 ¾” x 6 ¾” sold

A Map of Kentucky by John Filson, 1793

                                                        A Map of Kentucky Drawn from Actual Observations By John Filson (1747- 1788) Copperplate engraving on wove paper Published by John Stockdale London 1793 John Filson’s map […]

Mahogany Card Table from Maryland, one of a pair

                                            Card Table attributed to Maryland circa 1785 Mahogany, yellow pine, poplar, oak H: 29″; W: 35″; D: 17″ (closed)   One of an assembled pair. sold  

Hairston Family Cellaret from Henry County, Virginia

                                                                            Bottle Case on Stand or Cellaret Cherry with poplar secondary Henry County, Virginia Unknown maker – descended […]

Writing Table

                                        Eastern Virginia/Roanoke River Basin Circa 1790-1800 Walnut, yellow pine H; 29″; W: 31″; D: 20″ This table has a distinctive lower molding used widely in the region. The molded edge of the top relates to […]

Bush Family Sugar Chest

                                                                    Kentucky Circa 1820-1830 Cherry, walnut, poplar, original lock H: 31.5”; W: 32.75”; D: 19.25” Descended in the Jeremiah Bush (1789-1842) family […]