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Auction Description for Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers: 8th Annual Ohio Valley Auction
Viewing Notes:
PREVIEW TIMES: Friday, May 9 ~ 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday, May 12 ~ 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Tuesday, May 13 ~ 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Wednesday, May 14 ~ 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Thursday, May 15 ~ 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM Friday, May 16 ~ 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM Saturday, May 17 ~ 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM Location: Main Gallery 2690 Stratford Road, Delaware, Ohio
Sale Notes:
Featuring Items From The Stoneware Collection of the Late Jim Murphy of Columbus, Ohio; The Collection of Jack and Susan Batdorff; The 45 Year Collection of Suzanne & the Late Jerry Bentley of Urbana, Ohio; The Collection of Ray & Mary Ann Meisberger of Stephentown, New York; The Collection of Edward & the Late Jane Martin of Moreland Hills, Ohio; The Collection of Nellie & the Late Charles Momchilov of Jeromesville, Ohio; The Collection of Philip & Elva Needles; The Collection of D. Warrick Parker of Indianapolis, Indiana; And select consignments from Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Vermont, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia.

8th Annual Ohio Valley Auction

(483 Lots)

by Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers

Platinum House

483 lots with images

May 17, 2014

Live Auction

2690 Stratford Road

PO Box 369

Delaware, OH, 43015 USA

Phone: +1 740 362 4771

Fax: +1 740 363 0164

Email: info@garths.com

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PAIR OF SEWERTILE ARMCHAIRS.

Lot 412: PAIR OF SEWERTILE ARMCHAIRS.

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Description: PAIR OF SEWERTILE ARMCHAIRS. Early 20th century. Impressed signature for "Laclede, St. Louis" on the base. Scribed or combed bark designs with bowed limb shaped backs and "X" supports. Smooth shaped seats have holes for drainage. Pierced stars, crescent moons, circles and triangles through the bases. One has an arched crest remaining. Chips. 26"w. 22 1/2"d. 37"h. Ex Tom and Carolyn Porter (Ohio). Sold at Garth's, November 2004, lot 509.

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SEWERTILE ARMCHAIR.

Lot 413: SEWERTILE ARMCHAIR.

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Description: SEWERTILE ARMCHAIR. Probably Ohio, 1st half-20th century. Impressive chair in the form of tree branches. 17"h. seat, 42"h. overall.

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FOUR PIECES OF MINIATURE ADIRONDACK-STYLE POTTERY FURNITURE.

Lot 414: FOUR PIECES OF MINIATURE ADIRONDACK-STYLE POTTERY FURNITURE.

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Description: FOUR PIECES OF MINIATURE ADIRONDACK-STYLE POTTERY FURNITURE. Midwest, 20th century. Settee and two armchairs. Settee is inscribed "June 1938", 8"h. 8/5"w., and one of two chairs is marked "May '38", 7.75"h. Imperfections. Together with a sewertile two-piece chair with a figure on the back. 9.5"h.

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THREE POTTERY PITCHERS.

Lot 415: THREE POTTERY PITCHERS.

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Description: THREE POTTERY PITCHERS. Ohio, 19th century. Of small size. One marked for R. Miller, 6.5"h., one with an illegible mark, 5.5"h., and one marked for Haven, with a brown glaze, 6"h.

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STONEWARE JUG.

Lot 416: STONEWARE JUG.

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Description: STONEWARE JUG. Marked for Samuel Routson, Doylestown, Ohio, ca.1847. Ovoid jug with impressed mark and impressed "Rough & Ready." 12"h. As early as 1846, Zachary Taylor, who had earned the nickname "Old Rough and Read" for his efforts in the Second Seminole War, was already being touted as the Whig candidate for president in the 1848 election. Given that the campaign for Taylor was underway as Routson was ending his pottery in Doylestown, it would seem likely that the impressed slogan on this jug represents a political statement on the part of the potter. This jug is discussed and illustrated in Locher, The Late, Great S. Routson and His Pottery, pp. 27-9, a copy of which accompanies this lot.

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DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK.

Lot 417: DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK.

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Description: DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK. Marked for William Rowley, Middlebury, Ohio, 3rd quarter-19th century. Straight-sided with elaborate brushed cobalt flower. 10.5"h. Rowley was born in England and came the US in 1849 with his family. He was only fourteen at the time, but he soon joined the family pottery business established by his father, Enoch. See Treichler, A History of Northeast Ohio Stoneware, p. 35.

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CUTOUT BY JOHN BROWN WALKER (OHIO, 1815-1908).

Lot 418: CUTOUT BY JOHN BROWN WALKER (OHIO, 1815-1908).

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Description: CUTOUT BY JOHN BROWN WALKER (OHIO, 1815-1908). Signed and dated "Executed April 17th 1884, Jn. B. Walker Artist". Multiple colors of paper, embossed gold foil, and pen and ink. Elaborately executed marriage notice with cherubs, hearts and two heart in hands with keys. Labeled "United" above a blank label. In a frame. 25.5"h. 21.5"w.

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AMISH QUILT.

Lot 419: AMISH QUILT.

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Description: AMISH QUILT. Probably Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, mixed fabrics including rayon, 2nd quarter-20th century. "Sunshine and Shadow" with cotton print backing. Neatly hand quilted in feathers and diamonds, 87" x 89".

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OHIO PIECED QUILT.

Lot 420: OHIO PIECED QUILT.

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Description: OHIO PIECED QUILT. Made by Alice L. Foltz (1853-1931), Eagle Township, Hancock County, 4th quarter-19th century, cotton. "Fool's Puzzle" pattern with stars set in the sashing. Muslin backing, hand-pieced and neatly hand quilted in diamonds, double lines and plumes. Appears unused, pencil lines. 67" x 69". Initialed "ALF", her maiden name was Dustman and she married Jeremiah Foltz in 1877. Extensive history includes photo of maker and the family home.

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OHIO FRAKTUR.

Lot 421: OHIO FRAKTUR.

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Description: OHIO FRAKTUR. Eli Sweeney (1807-1891), Warren County, Ohio, watercolor on paper, dated March 11, 1828. A fanciful and patriotic watercolor executed in reds and blues, with a US shield and the artist's name. In a 19th-century frame, 17.5"h. 20.5"w. On the back of this fraktur is a lengthy poem, apparently meant as a valentine: "On the 14th of February when youths are want to bemerry, / In casting of lots you felt to be mine, / I choose these for my Valentine...Consent my dear give me your hand Let us unite in wedlock band / Together let our hearts entwine And be each others Valentine / From wince this come Or where it goes / I will no names disclose The receiver knows, E Pluribus Unum." As Sweeney did not marry until 1841, it seems unlikely that his overture was successful. Illustrated and discussed in Richmond, Equal in Goodness: Ohio Decorative Arts, 1788-1860, entry 174.

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SEWERTILE COVERED URN.

Lot 422: SEWERTILE COVERED URN.

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Description: SEWERTILE COVERED URN. Probably Grand Ledge, Michigan, early 20th century. Burial urn with attached lid featuring detailed eagle finial and applied stylized decoration. Edge loss. 27"h.

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SEWERTILE RAVEN.

Lot 423: SEWERTILE RAVEN.

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Description: SEWERTILE RAVEN. Ohio, 1st half-20th century. Initialed "EJE" (Edward J. Ellwood, Tuscarawas County, 1926-1998). 9"h. Sold at Garth's, lot 358, January, 2002.

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THREE DECORATED STONEWARE CROCKS.

Lot 424: THREE DECORATED STONEWARE CROCKS.

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Description: THREE DECORATED STONEWARE CROCKS. All are Greensboro, Pennsylvania, 3rd quarter-19th century. Two-gallon T. Reppert ovoid crock, 10.5"h., two-gallon James Hamilton crock, 11.75", and a one-gallon Hamilton jar, 10"h. The last sold at Crocker Farm (Maryland), October 2011, lot 366.

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SUGAR TABLE.

Lot 425: SUGAR TABLE.

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Description: SUGAR TABLE. Attributed to Tennessee, 1820-1840, walnut and pine. Deep drawer with solid crotch walnut front, and resting on turned legs. 29.5"h. 26.5"w. 20.5"d.

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STONEWARE CROCK.

Lot 426: STONEWARE CROCK.

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Description: STONEWARE CROCK. Stenciled mark for W.H.H. Clark, Swan, Ohio, mid 19th century. Ovoid form with double strap handle. 17.5"h. Sold at Garth's, March 1992, lot 505.

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STONEWARE CROCK.

Lot 427: STONEWARE CROCK.

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Description: STONEWARE CROCK. Signed for Hormell and Smyth, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, ca.1875. Straight-sided crock with cobalt scrip signature. 13.5"h. Nelson Hormell and William Smythe were partners in Newport in the 1870s.

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OHIO STONEWARE CROCK.

Lot 428: OHIO STONEWARE CROCK.

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Description: OHIO STONEWARE CROCK. Marked for T.J. Hall, "Mt. Sion," Ohio, mid 19th century. Ovoid form with applied handles and mottled glaze. 14"h. Sold at Skinner (Massachusetts), November 2009, lot 577.

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GROUP OF POTTERY MARBLES.

Lot 429: GROUP OF POTTERY MARBLES.

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Description: GROUP OF POTTERY MARBLES. All likely Ohio, late 19th century. Includes stoneware with cobalt bands, as well as buff-colored clay with Rockingham and blue glazes. Various sizes.

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DECORATED BENCH.

Lot 430: DECORATED BENCH.

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Description: DECORATED BENCH. American, 19th century, softwood. Bootjack-end bench with folksy landscape decoration by Lew Hudnall (Dayton, Ohio, 1918-1995), signed lower right. 19"h. 73"l.

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SILVER LADLE.

Lot 431: SILVER LADLE.

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Description: SILVER LADLE. Marked for Warham P. Loomis, Frankfort, Kentucky, 2nd quarter-19th century. 13"l., approximately 5.4 ozt.

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SILHOUETTE OF HENRY CLAY.

Lot 432: SILHOUETTE OF HENRY CLAY.

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Description: SILHOUETTE OF HENRY CLAY. American, 2nd quarter-19th century, printed and watercolor on paper. Printed full-length silhouette of the Kentucky statesman, with watercolor background and scrolled paper. Late 19th century frame, 11.5"h. 9.5"w.

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PORTRAIT OF A NAVAL OFFICER (AMERICAN, 2ND QUARTER-19TH CENTURY).

Lot 433: PORTRAIT OF A NAVAL OFFICER (AMERICAN, 2ND QUARTER-19TH CENTURY).

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Description: PORTRAIT OF A NAVAL OFFICER (AMERICAN, 2ND QUARTER-19TH CENTURY). Watercolor on paper, unsigned. Bust-length portrait, dated 1838, and insccribed "Your Friend A.G. Conghi Smyrna, Asia Minor." Period frame, 8"h. 6.25"w.

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PEASEWARE COMPOTE.

Lot 434: PEASEWARE COMPOTE.

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Description: PEASEWARE COMPOTE. Ohio, late 19th century. Treenware with original varnish surface. Faint penciled notes on the bottom. 5"h. 7"d.

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LARGE STONEWARE JUG.

Lot 435: LARGE STONEWARE JUG.

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Description: LARGE STONEWARE JUG. Marked for H. McClain, probably Ohio, 19th century. Bold ovoid form with two handles. 19"h.

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DECORATED STONEWARE CHURN.

Lot 436: DECORATED STONEWARE CHURN.

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Description: DECORATED STONEWARE CHURN. Marked for W.T. Moore, Middlebury, Summit County, Ohio, mid 19th century. Nearly straight-sided churn with applied handle and freehand cobalt flower. Imperfections. 17.5"h. Ex Stephen Rhodes (Illinois). William T. Moore is variously identified in the documentary record as a grocer and purveyor of general merchandise, but never as a potter. See Treichler, A History of Northeast Ohio Stoneware, p. 48.

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THREE INCISED STONEWARE JUGS.

Lot 437: THREE INCISED STONEWARE JUGS.

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Description: THREE INCISED STONEWARE JUGS. Ohio, late 19th-early 20th century. Includes a large pitcher dated 1900 and incised flowers and "Potter Ridge," 13.5"h., a similar pitcher incised "Jacob Earnheart Hue, Ohio," 11.3"h., and a small jug with incised flowers and "Hue," and a tooled neck, 9.5"h.

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DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK.

Lot 438: DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK.

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Description: DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK. Marked for Henry Thomas, Akron, Ohio, mid 19th century. Slightly ovoid form with applied handle and brushed cobalt floral decoration. Imperfections. 13.5"h.

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CALF BY GUY CARLETON WIGGINS (NEW YORK/CONNECTICUT, 1848-1932).

Lot 439: CALF BY GUY CARLETON WIGGINS (NEW YORK/CONNECTICUT, 1848-1932).

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Description: CALF BY GUY CARLETON WIGGINS (NEW YORK/CONNECTICUT, 1848-1932). Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1885 lower left. White calf. 13.75"h. 10.5"w., in a frame, 23.5"h. 20.5"w.

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IMPORTANT OHIO SAMPLER.

Lot 440: IMPORTANT OHIO SAMPLER.

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Description: IMPORTANT OHIO SAMPLER. Fairfield County, 1839, silk on linen. A wide strawberry border surrounds alphabets and a verse and a blue house with tall chimneys and single story wings. Signed "Sarah Huber's Sampler / Worked in the A.D. 1839 / Ohio", in a frame, 19"h. 17.75"w. This sampler strongly relates to Rachel R. Allen's Fairfield County, 1839 piece pictured in Sue Studebaker's Is My Dwelling Place", pg. 171. It is apparent that the girls were both instructed by Amanda Munhall, incorporating the same blue house including the yellow and green striped door. Where in Fairfield County she taught is unknown but Rachel and probably Sarah have family roots in the Amanda Township area of Fairfield County. The 1840 Fairfield County census lists ten Huber households, two in Amanda township and the 1850 township census records an eighteen-year-old Sarah Huber living with her widowed mother, Ruth Ricketts Huber, and her siblings.

Condition Report: The ground fabric is seamed above the name and the lower portion has a slightly darker tone. The seam is original to the piece, done before the piece was embroidered, very neatly done and the border vine is worked over the seam. We provide condition information when it is requested by a potential bidder, as a part of our dedication to excellent customer service. However, the absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, repairs, restorations or the effects of aging. Garth's Auctions shall have no responsibility for any error or omission regarding an item's condition. We encourage you to call or email with any questions. We also encourage you to come see us and preview the auction in-person. Thank you for your business.

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HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATTER.

Lot 441: HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATTER.

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Description: HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATTER. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Dark blue transfer with floral border. Detroit from the "American Cities Series". This one features the waterfront with a double paddle steamboat and was designed after View of Detroit painted by William James Bennet (New York, 1787-1844). 20.5"l. This is the largest of the Detroit platters. For another of this size, see Northeast Auctions (New Hampshire), April 2005, lot 293.

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TWO STONEWARE CROCKS.

Lot 442: TWO STONEWARE CROCKS.

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Description: TWO STONEWARE CROCKS. Northeast Ohio, mid 19th century. Ovoid crock marked for Nelson Tracy, Newport, Tuscarawas County, 11"h. Straight-sided crock marked for Lawrence W. Minier, Mogadore, Summit County, 13"h.

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DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK.

Lot 443: DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK.

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Description: DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK. Mansfield, Ohio, mid 19th century. Small ovoid crock with freehand cobalt flowers and "A.D. Driggs Mansfield, Ohio." Imperfections. 9.5"h. Ex Bill Kandle (Ohio).

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DECORATED STONEWARE CHURN.

Lot 444: DECORATED STONEWARE CHURN.

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Description: DECORATED STONEWARE CHURN. Marked for W.H. Clark, Ohio, mid 19th century. Slightly ovoid form with applied handles and freehand cobalt script, "Vinton Ohio." 15"h.

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DECORATED STONEWARE JUG.

Lot 445: DECORATED STONEWARE JUG.

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Description: DECORATED STONEWARE JUG. Marked for A. DeHaven, Middlebury, Ohio, mid 19th century. Ovoid form with brushed cobalt flowers. 17"h.

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MINIATURE PORTRAIT ON IVORY (AMERICAN, 1ST HALF-19TH CENTURY).

Lot 446: MINIATURE PORTRAIT ON IVORY (AMERICAN, 1ST HALF-19TH CENTURY).

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Description: MINIATURE PORTRAIT ON IVORY (AMERICAN, 1ST HALF-19TH CENTURY). Watercolor on ivory, unsigned. Fine half-length portrait of a young woman with curls, a black dress, and gold jewelry. In its original brass pendant frame with window on the back displaying a lock of hair. 2.75"h. Accompanied by a sixth plate tintype of a family member. According to family history, the sitter is Wealthy Barrett, born in Ontario County, New York, in 1801. The family came west, and in March of 1821, she married in New London, Huron County, Ohio. She is still listed there in the 1850 Census, along with her children, the oldest is 19. Wealthy died in Huron County in 1891. Family tradition states that the accompanying tintype is Wealthy, but the tintype dates to the 1860s and it portrays a younger woman, so while it's not Wealthy, it is likely a family member.

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SEWERTILE DOG.

Lot 447: SEWERTILE DOG.

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Description: SEWERTILE DOG. Attributed to George Bagnall, Newcomerstown, Ohio (circa 1860 to 1890). Seated dog with dimples and dark surface. 9.5"h. Ex Jack Adamson (Ohio).

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SEWERTILE FLAT HEAD DOG.

Lot 448: SEWERTILE FLAT HEAD DOG.

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Description: SEWERTILE FLAT HEAD DOG. Ohio, early 20th century. Seated spaniel with good detail. Loss to feet. 12"h. Sold at Garth's, lot 12, November 1992.

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ONE-DRAWER STAND.

Lot 449: ONE-DRAWER STAND.

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Description: ONE-DRAWER STAND. Ohio, mid 19th century, poplar. Applied turnings on the drawer and case, and resting on delicately turned legs. Retains old darkened and grungy varnish. 29"h. 20"w. 15.5"d.

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CAST IRON GREASE LAMP.

Lot 450: CAST IRON GREASE LAMP.

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Description: CAST IRON GREASE LAMP. Made by the Marble Furnace, Adams County, Ohio, ca.1825. Saucer base. Possible repair to base of font. 7"h.

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HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATE.

Lot 451: HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATE.

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Description: HISTORICAL BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATE. England, 2nd quarter-19th century. Level B&O railroad. Impressed "Enoch Wood & Sons". Some imperfections. 10.25"d.

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DECORATED LOCKBOX.

Lot 452: DECORATED LOCKBOX.

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Description: DECORATED LOCKBOX. Pennsylvania or Indiana, mid 19th century, pine. Dovetailed case with original red wash and stenciled decoration. Minor wear. 8"h. 15"w. From a Virginia Collection. The stenciled decoration on this box relates to the work of Soap Hollow, Pennsylvania, but was likely produced in another western Pennsylvania Mennonite community, or a Mennonite community in northern Indiana, where such decoration was also common.

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SEWERTILE DOG.

Lot 453: SEWERTILE DOG.

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Description: SEWERTILE DOG. Ohio, late 19th-early 20th century. Reclining dog on oval base. 6"l.

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SEWERTILE FROG.

Lot 454: SEWERTILE FROG.

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Description: SEWERTILE FROG. Ohio, early 20th century. Detailed frog inscribed "Bobby-1924, ERF 10/30", 4.5"l. Sold at Garth's November, 1997, lot 408.

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STONEWARE BUCKET.

Lot 455: STONEWARE BUCKET.

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Description: STONEWARE BUCKET. Marked for C. Hartzell, North Bend, Ohio, late 19th century. Brown glaze and bale handle. 10.5"h.

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COUNTRY SCENE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND HALF-19TH CENTURY).

Lot 456: COUNTRY SCENE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND HALF-19TH CENTURY).

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Description: COUNTRY SCENE (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 2ND HALF-19TH CENTURY). Oil on canvas, unsigned. Reputedly an Ohio farm scene of a calf eating a boy's straw hat. Restoration. 27.5"h. 22"w. in a frame, 30.5"h. 28"w.

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REDWARE JAR.

Lot 457: REDWARE JAR.

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Description: REDWARE JAR. Possibly Galena, Illinois, 2nd half-19th century. Apple butter jar with orange and green mottled glaze. Surface flaking. 6"h.

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REDWARE PITCHER.

Lot 458: REDWARE PITCHER.

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Description: REDWARE PITCHER. Possibly Galena, Illinois, 2nd half-19th century. With lid and applied strap handle. Running yellow slip. Some glaze flaking. 6"h.

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STONEWARE CROCK.

Lot 459: STONEWARE CROCK.

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Description: STONEWARE CROCK. American, 2nd half-19th century. Brushed cobalt and "6" with impressed label "N. Cooper, Maysville, Ky". Two applied handles. 16.5"h.

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POTTERY DOG.

Lot 460: POTTERY DOG.

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Description: POTTERY DOG. Probably Akron, Ohio, late 19th century. Seated spaniel on an octagonal base, with a creamy glaze with gray-green daubs. 9.5"h. Sold at Garth's, May 2008, lot 109.

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OHIO MILITARY LAND GRANT.

Lot 461: OHIO MILITARY LAND GRANT.

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Description: OHIO MILITARY LAND GRANT. Partially printed, dated March 3, 1823. Grants General James McPherson land in the 15th range "lying between the Miami Rivers," signed by President James Monroe and counter-signed by Josiah Meigs. The original ink writing is still visible, but was strengthened at some later point. Gilt frame. 12.5"h. 18"w. James McPherson was born in Carlisle, Pennsylvania and served in the Army in the west in the 1790s, and was captured by the British and held at Fort Detroit. There he lived, married, and started his family, and was finally released following the 1795 Treaty of Greenville. The McPherson family headed back to Pennsylvania, only to return to Ohio about 1801, settling in Logan County. McPherson used his time at Fort Detroit to befriend the Shawnee Indians, who named him Squa-la-ka-ke (the Red Faced Man). His relations with the Shawnee, of course, soured in 1812 when war broke out and the Indians sided with the British.

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