The Collection of Mr. & Mrs. James Grievo409 lots with images
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Description: Pennsylvania carved and polychrome decorated rooster by the Deco-Tex Carver, inscribed on the bottom Frank LaRue Smith made by E. LaRue my grandfather over 100 years ago, the rooster with red and black wings, red tail feathers, a green body and a black head, with a tin patinated comb and wattles on a stepped red and green pedestal, 11 1/2" h. For further information, see Machmer Just for Nice, pg. 37 and 64. Provenance: Estate Auction in New Jersey.View additional info »
Description: American carving of Abraham Lincoln in a horse drawn carriage, late 19th/early 20th c., with a black livery man with leather reigns, both wearing felt top hats and cloth garments, the two horses with horse hair manes and tails, mounted on a platform, 28" l.View additional info »
Description: New England painted hanging apothecary chest, late 19th c., with ten small drawers, retaining its original ochre and red stained surface, 16" h., 16 1/2" w.View additional info »
Description: New England painted pine blanket chest, ca. 1800, with a lift lid and tall straight bracket feet, retaining its original green painted surface, 23 1/2" h., 38" w.View additional info »
Description: Cast iron horse form windmill weight, early 20th c., made by the Dempster Mill Manufacturing Co., marked 58C on the side, 17" h., 17" w.View additional info »