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Country Americana Auction

by Willis Henry Auctions Inc.

Platinum House

337 lots | 336 with images

November 16, 2013

Live Auction

180 Water Street

Plymouth, MA, 02360 USA

337 Lots
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Early silhouette/wc of Geo Washington; brass drawer pull

Lot 1: Early silhouette/wc of Geo Washington; brass drawer pull

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Description: PROFILE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON Early silhouette/watercolor profile of George Washington, light brown coat with gold buttons and trim, finely detailed wig, eglomise glass, "Washington 1791.", in an early bird's-eye maple frame, 4 1/2" x 3 1/2" (sight); and a round brass drawer pull with the repousse likeness of George Washington in profile, found by John Richardson in the home of General Benjamin Lincoln, Hingham, Mass., 2" dia; (ex. John P. Richardson collection, Hingham, Mass.).

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19th c. pine storage box, signed

Lot 2: 19th c. pine storage box, signed

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Description: 19TH C. PINE STORAGE BOX Probably Maine, original red sponge graining on black background, with green and yellow freehand coach style edging on all sides, signed in pencil inside lid "Palmyra Lannder Adams".

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Chalkware dog in old paint, 9 1/2

Lot 3: Chalkware dog in old paint, 9 1/2" h

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Description: CHALKWARE SPANIEL 19th c. Pennsylvania chalkware spaniel, with orange locket and yellow chain, black highlights, minimal wear, overall good condition, from a colonial home in Norwell, Mass., 9 1/2" h.

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Two carved penguins, 9 1/2

Lot 4: Two carved penguins, 9 1/2" & 5" h

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Description: CARVED PENGUINS Two carved wood and painted penguins, mother and chick, both with applied wings and carved feet, black eyes, 9 1/2" and 5" h.

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Early 20th c. tin shield, 23

Lot 5: Early 20th c. tin shield, 23" h, 24" w

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Description: TIN SHIELD WITH STARS AND STRIPES Early 20th c., some wear, scratches and minor fading, from a South Shore Folk Art collection, 23" h, 24" w.

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Rare silk Lafayette Memorial, 6 3/4

Lot 6: Rare silk Lafayette Memorial, 6 3/4" x 2 1/2"

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Description: RARE SILK LAFAYETTE MEMORIAL Off-white cut silk, fringed, printed dark drape/swag, with central image in profile of "Lafayette. Died May 21st 1834, Aged 76 yrs.", on blue paper in a glass and wood backed frame, with Hingham history from the Anchor Tavern "where Gen. Lafayette stayed during the Revolution.", 6 3/4" x 2 1/2" (sight), (ex. S. Randall Lincoln collection to John P. Richardson, Old Fort House collection, Hingham, Mass.).

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19th c. printed Family Register

Lot 6A: 19th c. printed Family Register

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Description: FAMILY REGISTER 19th c. printed family register of the "Bryant" family, started in the 1830's of Plimpton, Pembroke, and Hanson, in a period frame, from a Cape Cod home in Hanover, Mass., by J. Soules, New Bedford, Mass., 10" x 13 1/2" (sight).

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Early 19th c. Pennsylvania fraktur

Lot 6B: Early 19th c. Pennsylvania fraktur

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Description: EARLY 19TH C. PENNSYLVANIA FRAKTUR Printed and colored, "Geburts ad Taufschein", a daughter born to Michael and Sarah Ohlenwein, July 11, 1824, depicting angels and a trumpeter in yellow and red watercolor, with red birds on rose vines below, printed by "Johan Ritter, Reading" (Pa), small tear at top, framed and glazed, 15" x 11 1/2" (sight).

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Early blue butter churn

Lot 7: Early blue butter churn

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Description: TALL 18TH C. NEW ENGLAND BUTTER CHURN Pine, original blue painted finish, original carved lid and dasher, top wood rim shows a break, two iron wraps missing, (found in an 18th c. Cushing family home, Hanover, Mass.), 24" h, 4' 1" overall h.

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Delft charger,

Lot 8: Delft charger, "The Claw - 1662", 14" dia

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Description: EARLY DELFT CERAMIC CHARGER Bold blue on white pattern, feathered ferns in a blue urn, labeled "The Claw, 1662", signed on back, good overall condition, 14" dia.

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Delft plate - G. Brouwer 1759

Lot 8A: Delft plate - G. Brouwer 1759 "LPK", 12" dia

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Description: EARLY DELFT CERAMIC PLATE Blue floral decoration, age line and some chipping around edge, collector labeled on front "G. Brouwer 1759", signed "LPK" on reverse, 12" dia.

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Delft jar w/ fleur-de-lis top & Delft snuff (round)

Lot 8B: Delft jar w/ fleur-de-lis top & Delft snuff (round)

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Description: DELFT SNUFF AND JAR Early ceramic Delft, flat round snuff bottle, with decorated hinged silver or pewter top, scenes of windmill and sailing ships, signed on bottom, 2" dia; Early Delft apothecary jar with lid, blue on white scene of a young lady with gathering basket, wearing wood shoes, raised designs, original lid with fleur-de-lis finial, some chipping, 10" h with lid; (from an 18th c. Cushing home in Hanover, Mass.).

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New England glazed redware jar, orange

Lot 9: New England glazed redware jar, orange

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Description: NEW ENGLAND GLAZED REDWARE JAR Flared lip, tapered shoulder, cylindrical shaped body, tooled foot, bright yellow and green decorated shoulder flowing into the dark orange ground body with manganese brown vertical streaks, dark brown glazed interior, minor chips to the rim and foot, overall glaze crackle, 7 3/4" h, 5 1/2" dia, (ex. Curry collection).

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New England glazed redware jar, dark brown drips

Lot 9A: New England glazed redware jar, dark brown drips

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Description: NEW ENGLAND GLAZED REDWARE JAR Flared lip, softly tapered shoulder, double line decoration at top of shoulder, cylindrical shaped body, tooled foot, orange and light brown with hints of green ground body, with bold manganese dark brown drips, chip in base, possibly Bristol County, Mass., 8 1/2" h, 6" dia, (ex. Curry collection).

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Two 19th c. Redware pieces, jug and cup

Lot 9B: Two 19th c. Redware pieces, jug and cup

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Description: TWO 19TH C. REDWARE PIECES Half pint ovoid jug with flared lip, lead glaze with manganese brown, applied and shaped handle, shaped and tooled foot, some chips at lip, 4" h; Handleless cup or tea bowl, light brown glaze inside and out, with five manganese stripes, finely formed thin body with raised and tooled foot, small crack, possibly Pennsylvania, 2" h, 4" dia, (ex. Curry collection).

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New England Redware covered pitcher, brown w/green

Lot 9C: New England Redware covered pitcher, brown w/green

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Description: VERY FINE NEW ENGLAND REDWARE COVERED PITCHER Ovoid form, fine reeding around lip, applied handle with double reeding, double coggle lines where top of the handle fits onto body, light brown with hints of green and light orange spots, darker brown manganese splotches on body, lip, lid and handle, footed base, minor chip at lip, possibly Bristol County, Mass., 6 7/8" h, (Note: see illustration #38, New England Potters and their Wares, Watkins, Laura Woodside, Archon Books, 1968, for similar examples).

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New England Redware tall jar, green

Lot 9D: New England Redware tall jar, green

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Description: NEW ENGLAND REDWARE TALL JAR Finely reeded lip, coggle lines at bottom of sloping shoulder, and single line at midpoint of body, overall green glaze with hints of orange and brown spotting, overall good condition, possibly Bristol County, Mass., 9" h, 4 1/2" dia (at top), (ex. Curry collection).

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Two New England Redware mugs

Lot 9E: Two New England Redware mugs

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Description: TWO NEW ENGLAND REDWARE ALE MUGS Cylindrical shape with double coggle line defined lip and multiple reeded lines (seven) below the applied handle, tooled footed base, mottled dark green on a light green background inside and out, one side shows a triangular piece at the top glued and a crack down the body, intact and stable, 5 3/4" h, 4" dia; Cylindrical shaped mug with slight flare at double coggle lined lip, finely shaped applied handle, double coggle line at midpoint, tooled foot, dark green glaze with light green and manganese brown swatches, light brown glazed interior, very minor imperfections, overall good condition, 5" h, 4" dia (at lip), (ex. Curry collection).

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New England Redware cylindrical jar, 6 1/2

Lot 9F: New England Redware cylindrical jar, 6 1/2" h

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Description: NEW ENGLAND REDWARE CYLINDRICAL JAR Finely reeded raised lip, sloping shoulder with faint coggle line, orange glazed body with hints of green and brown manganese spotting, greenish glazed interior, overall good condition, Bristol County or Rhode Island, 6 1/2" h, 3 3/4" dia (at lid), (ex. Curry collection).

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Two New England Redware ovoid jugs

Lot 9G: Two New England Redware ovoid jugs

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Description: TWO NEW ENGLAND REDWARE OVOID JUGS Light brown glaze with manganese brown brushed spots, both with applied handles, tooled feet, very minor imperfections, Merrimacport/Essex County, Mass.; Smaller jug, possibly Danvers, Mass., 5 3/4" and 6 1/4" h, (ex. Curry collection).

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18th c. sawbuck table in red

Lot 10: 18th c. sawbuck table in red

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Description: 18TH C. NEW ENGLAND PINE SAWBUCK TABLE Original red painted base, scrubbed single board top, constructed with rosehead nails, (missing a breadboard and a portion of the other), from a colonial home in Norwell, Mass., 24 1/2" h, 45" l, 26 1/2" d.

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Hanging box w/drawer, grained paint

Lot 11: Hanging box w/drawer, grained paint

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Description: 19TH C. HANGING BOX With drawer below, yellow sponge grained paint with varnish finish, cathedral top with hole for hanging, slanted wood hinged lid, dovetailed case interior with divided compartments, drawer also with divided compartments and original turned pull, worn holes on back, 12" h, 10 1/2" w.

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19th c. pine wall box, double

Lot 11A: 19th c. pine wall box, double "lollipop" back

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Description: 19TH C. PINE WALL BOX Older repainted red, double "lollipop" back, square head nailed construction, carved top of sides and front, from a colonial home in Norwell, Mass., 8 3/4" h (back), 12 1/4" w, 5 3/4" d.

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Seamen's hymns; shipping list; newspaper

Lot 12: Seamen's hymns; shipping list; newspaper

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Description: SEAMEN'S HYMNS AND WHALEMEN'S SHIPPING LIST Four-hundred thirty pages of Hymns, Devotions and Seamen's prayers, (Note: from the Henry Beston Outermost House Library to JPR) and a newspaper from New Bedford, July 27, 1852, found in Hingham, Mass., by Mason Foley and sold to JPR in the 1950's from the Hingham Book House; Leather covered small book, in brown ink inside cover "Sloop 'Rapid' Hingham 1834" and "27 barrels to Boston Nov 3, 1838", stamped "The Fo'Castle H. Beston"; (ex. John P. Richardson collection).

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Early NE harpoon, 7' 2

Lot 13: Early NE harpoon, 7' 2" l

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Description: EARLY NEW ENGLAND HARPOON Forged double point, 13" l, wedged into an iron wrapped wooden weathered maple pole, with forged closed hook at the end, 7' 2" overall l.

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Lot 13A: "Macy" signed harpoon

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Description: 19TH C. FORGED IRON WHALING HARPOON Temple toggle iron, signed "Macy" on the blade, red painted shaft, small circular brass museum tag affixed with wire "215", 30" l.

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Blubber knife - whaling

Lot 13B: Blubber knife - whaling

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Description: 19TH C. FORGED IRON CUTTING SPADE Cutting spade or boat spade, "used to cut blubber off whale after same has been lashed alongside of vessel.", 4 1/4" w, 17" l; red painted end for pole, "They mount this on pole 10 to 12 ft long and stand on stage swinging from rigging of ship, which extends about 8 feet over the side of boat. This is a small size spade, and are kept as sharp as razors by means of oil stones.", small brass circular museum tag affixed with wire "216".

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Sections of a whale's vertebra

Lot 13C: Sections of a whale's vertebra

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Description: WHALE'S VERTEBRA Two sections, weathered into a bleached patina, (said to be over 100 years old), originally in the collection of John Rinaldi, Kennebunkport, Maine, 9" h, 39" l, and 10 1/2" h, 25" w.

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Sperm whale tooth, 6

Lot 13D: Sperm whale tooth, 6" l

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Description: SPERM WHALE'S TOOTH Old patina, 6" l, museum number in ink on back "#219", "This is a medium size tooth, but a very fine specimen: received from Messrs. Wing Bros. Only Sperm whales have teeth. These are strong enough to crush a small boat to kindling wood.".

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Deep sea salvage diver's helmet

Lot 13E: Deep sea salvage diver's helmet

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Description: DEEP SEA SALVAGE DIVER'S HELMET With detachable collar, heavy brass/bronze, round central window (4 1/2" dia), and two oval side windows with bronze cages (4" x 2 1/2"), helmet threaded to shoulder/collar, with 12 brass thumbscrews for suit attachment, a few dents in helmet, and a rubberized repair to helmet side, 17" overall h, 16" w at shoulder, (ex. John Rinaldi, Maine collection).

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Walrus tusk

Lot 13F: Walrus tusk

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Description: WALRUS TUSK Old patina, museum number in ink on one side "#167", also on a small circular brass tag wired on to the tusk, 11" l.

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Forged iron harpoon, 40 1/2

Lot 14: Forged iron harpoon, 40 1/2" l; & sailor's ditty bag

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Description: FORGED IRON HARPOON; SAILOR'S DITTY BAG With single point, flared end for pole, 40 1/2" l; and a sailor's canvas ditty bag, hand sewn, includes fids in steel, iron and wood in handmade hand sewn leather holders, knife, belt, etc., (Note: found on the South Shore, Boston).

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Six-drawer chest, tiger maple, 4' 3

Lot 15: Six-drawer chest, tiger maple, 4' 3" h

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Description: TALL CHEST 18th c. New England six-drawer tall chest, maple and tiger maple, old refinish, tiger maple bracket base, wood pulls (old replacements), lipped and dovetailed drawers, 4' 3" h, 36" w, 15" d.

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Early 19th c. NE candlestand, 24 1/2

Lot 16: Early 19th c. NE candlestand, 24 1/2" h, sq top

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Description: CANDLESTAND Early 19th c. New England, maple and tiger maple candlestand, 16" sq pine top, old dark refinish, snake leg, double pinned into turned shaft, 24 1/2" h.

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Early hanging cupboard w/old paint, 27

Lot 17: Early hanging cupboard w/old paint, 27" h

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Description: 18TH C. HANGING CUPBOARD Original old white paint, paneled and butterfly hinged door, decorated with tulip and buds, "JG" initialed above, trail of leaves and vine around the door frame with green oval wreath at the top, red sailboat on left side and a liberty hat and crossed cannons on the opposite, molded an dovetailed top, 27" h, 21" w, 13" d.

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Painted & grained Penn sponge dec mini chest

Lot 17A: Painted & grained Penn sponge dec mini chest

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Description: MINIATURE PINE DOME TOP TRUNK Overall brown sponge painted background, tulips in a pair of urns on lid, and a pair of wreaths of tulips and birds on front, accented in black on lid, sides and front with faux white painted escutcheon, tagged "found in Pennsylvania".

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18th c. 5-gal stoneware jug, Norton, 18

Lot 18: 18th c. 5-gal stoneware jug, Norton, 18" h

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Description: 19TH C. STONEWARE JUG Five-gallon, impressed "F.B. Norton & Sons, Worcester, Mass, 5", blue cobalt lettering "Londonderry Lithia, Water Co, Nashua, N.H.", good condition, (some loss of cobalt off letters), 18" h.

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Caucasian rug, 8' 8

Lot 19: Caucasian rug, 8' 8" x 4' 3"

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Description: CAUCASIAN RUG Three red and two blue rectangles with interior diamonds, light blue border, some imperfections at corner, three male figures, one blue and two white with black hat and boots, 8' 8" x 4' 3", (ex. the Judge Oliver House, Middleboro, Mass.).

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18th c. NE tavern table, 26

Lot 20: 18th c. NE tavern table, 26" h

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Description: 18TH C. NEW ENGLAND TAVERN TABLE Maple and tiger maple, one-board scrubbed top (20 1/2" w, 27" l), old red painted base, square molded Chippendale legs, pegged and mortised straight skirt, 26" h, (ex. the Judge Oliver House, Middleboro, Mass.).

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18th c. New England QA side chair

Lot 21: 18th c. New England QA side chair

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Description: QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIR 18th c. New England, maple, Spanish feet, turned front bulbous stretcher, small repaired split in left leg, rush seat, 17 1/2" seat h, 42" overall h, (ex. the Judge Oliver House, Middleboro, Mass.).

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Persian Oriental scatter rug, 6' 5

Lot 22: Persian Oriental scatter rug, 6' 5" x 4' 6"

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Description: PERSIAN ORIENTAL SCATTER RUG Red field, urn with floral bouquets, pillars, birds and lions, blue floral border, 6' 5" x 4' 6", (ex. the Judge Oliver House, Middleboro, Mass.).

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Ft. Edward 4-gal churn,

Lot 23: Ft. Edward 4-gal churn, "bird on stump" (cracked)

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Description: 19TH C. STONEWARE BUTTER CHURN Four-gal. with a cobalt peacock perched on a tree stump, "U"-shaped crack at bottom of tree into base, seems stable, "Haxton Ottman & Co., Fort Edward, N.Y.", 15 3/4" h, 8" dia, (ex. Curry collection).

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Early 18th c. New England Redware pitcher

Lot 23A: Early 18th c. New England Redware pitcher

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Description: EARLY 18TH C. NEW ENGLAND REDWARE PITCHER Thinly shaped top with pinched spout, extensive chipping on one side of top, well executed applied handle with two grooves, yellow/green background glaze on outside and halfway down inside, with finely executed manganese brown brushed striping and drips, some glaze loss on lower section to left of handle, heavy tooled footed base, Bristol County, Mass., 8" h, 3 1/2" dia (at top), (ex. Curry collection).

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Very early New England Redware pot

Lot 23B: Very early New England Redware pot

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Description: VERY EARLY NEW ENGLAND REDWARE POT Globular shaped, raised lip, double coggle lines at shoulder, heavy tooled footed base, yellow/green with bold brown manganese brushed striping and splatters with fitted lid, overall good condition with minor imperfections, Bristol County, Mass, 7 1/2" h, 3 5/8" dia (at top), (ex. Curry collection).

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Tall cylindrical New England Redware pot

Lot 23C: Tall cylindrical New England Redware pot

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Description: TALL CYLINDRICAL NEW ENGLAND REDWARE POT Flared lip (1 1/2" h), tooled coggle lines at top, wavy lines at base of shoulder, raised coggle lines at shoulder and wavy lines and thinner coggle lines below that, heavy band of lines at base, with a raised foot, green and orange with brownish drips, hairline cracks at bottom and on base, seems stable, glazed on bottom, possibly New York state, 9" h, 5" dia (at top), (ex. Curry collection).

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Two ovoid shaped New England Redware jugs

Lot 23D: Two ovoid shaped New England Redware jugs

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Description: TWO OVOID SHAPED NEW ENGLAND REDWARE JUGS Jug with dark brown glaze and applied handle attached to lip, double coggle lines under handle, possibly Maine, 5" h; Jug with thick lipped top, applied handle to lip, sloping to the middle, heavy foot (drilled for a lamp), medium light brown glaze with hints of green, $125 price tag on bottom and "Mathias Norcross, Farmington Maine", 6 1/2" h; both are overall good condition, (ex. Curry collection).

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Early rounded New England Redware bean pot

Lot 23E: Early rounded New England Redware bean pot

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Description: EARLY NEW ENGLAND REDWARE BEAN POT Finely formed applied handle, heavy raised lip, single coggle line under top of handle, heavy tooled foot, yellow background with large manganese brown brushed swatches, similar decorated lid but much darker, minor imperfections, possibly Connecticut origin, 6 1/4" h, 5" dia (at lid), (ex. Curry collection).

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New England Redware jug with handle

Lot 23F: New England Redware jug with handle

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Description: NEW ENGLAND EARLY REDWARE JUG Light gray overall glaze, applied handle to top of slightly flared lip, heavy tooled foot, Southern Maine origin, possibly Saco River, 7" h, (ex. Curry collection).

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Three small New England Redware pieces

Lot 23G: Three small New England Redware pieces

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Description: THREE SMALL NEW ENGLAND REDWARE PIECES Herb pot, flared lip with pinched spout, finely applied handle, ovoid form, copper brown overall glaze, 2 3/4" h; Half pint ale mug, brown glaze, small applied handle, small chip on rim, 3 3/4" h; Muffin cup, flared sides, greenish/yellow glaze, 1 3/4" h; (ex. Curry collection).

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19th c. New England Redware mixing bowl

Lot 23H: 19th c. New England Redware mixing bowl

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Description: 19TH C. NEW ENGLAND REDWARE MIXING BOWL Overall orange glaze, with bold dark brown manganese brushed stripes and speckles, slight raised lip and 1/4" raised base, excellent form, overall good with minor wear, 4 1/4" h, 10" dia, (ex. Curry collection).

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