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Objects Of Art
Gold Vinaigrette, England, c. 1825.
Gold vinaigrette, Switzerland, c. 1830.
Sterling silver vinaigrette, England, c. 1825.
Sterling silver vinaigrette, England, c. 1820.
Gold Vinaigrette, England, c. 1830.
Sterling and Agate Vinaigrette, England, c. 1820.
Wine Glass, England, c. 1970.
Wine Glass, England, c. 1760.
Tobacco Box, brass, Holland, c. 1750.
Tobacco Box, Brass, Holland, c. 1750.
Brass & Copper Tobacco Box, Holland, c. 1750.
Brass Tobacco Box, Holland, c. 1750.
Steel engraved casket, Germany, c. 1580.
Silver-form Brass Two Handled Cup & Cover, England, c. 1675.
Original advertisement art for Guinness Beer, England, 1949.
Original aqdvertisement aqrt for Guinness painted by Reginald Landier, England, 1956.
Original advertisement art for Guinness beer, England, 1944.
Original advertising art for Guinness. S.H. Benson Advertising Agency, painted by John Gilroy, oil on canvas, England, for the...
Antique fire patrol toy, by Harris, cast iron, American, circa 1890.
Length: 20 1/2" Height: 7 3/4" Width:...
Collection of 19th century American mechanical banks.
Fanciful carved and painted wood figure is a carved carnival costume to be worn at the waist. Mexico, circa 1925.
Man of many hats! Carved wood millinery bust, circa 1840. American.
Height: 18 inches
Pair of wood tobacco store trade figures, circa 1850. England.
Height: 28 inches Base width: 11 inch...
Philadelphia Queen Anne walnut armchair, circa 1760.
Height: 40 inches Width: 25 inches
Made in Charlestown, Massachusetts and dated 1830 this early American Fire Bucket is made of leather and is decorated with an ...
Molded copper and zinc eagle weathervane by Harris & Co., Boston, Massachusetts,
Height: 31 inches&nbs...
Donkey and house bank.
"Jonah and the Whale" bank.
Bull Dog Bank
Man Sitting on Chair
Arcade toy yellow taxi, cast iron, USA, circa 1935. Length: 8".
Enamel and sterling silver guilloche framed clock, France, circa 1920. Height: 4.75"; Width: 5".
Pair of book ends, brass, titanium and aluminum, American, circa 1950.
Height: 9"; Depth: 6".
Pair of clear resin end tables with recessed glass tops, USA, circa 1970. Height: 20"; Width: 22"; Depth: 27.75".
Silver medal for the "Metropolitan Beer and Wine Trade Society" by A.D. Loewenstark and Sons, Masonic Jewellers and Military M...
Circular tortoise box, with 18k gold mounts, English, circa 1870.
Diameter: 2 3/4" Height: 3/4"
Scottish Mull, horn with agate and gold mounts, circa 1800.
Early American coin silver basket made by Peter Chitry, New York. 1805.
Height to handle top: 12" Length: ...
American, William III period silver tankard, by Gabriel Felling, in Bruton, West Country, circa 1695.
Weight: 24.5 oz&...
George I period Britannia standard silver side-handled chocolate pot by William Fleming, London, 1724.
Weight: 22.75 o...
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