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Set 6 Angel Wing Plank Seat Paint-Decorated Chairs, Pennsylvania, circa 1840, mushroom painted ground with polychrome decoration. All original with expected wear to paint from age and use, no damage or repairs.

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Pine Dry Sink, circa 1860, high back with 4 dovetailed drawers (one divided), paneled doors with original hardware, square-nailed. The interior of the sink is made of one 20" pine board; the carved sides are out of one board 20 3/4" wide. There are suggestions of the original red paint, giving the pine a wonderful warm appearance. Painted initials on the back.
48" wide x 21 1/2" deep x 45" tall.

This sink has been living with a local family for 40 years or more, having been rescued by them from a chicken coop where it had languished for years. This high-backed form is great for storage and display as well as for serving. Condition is excellent.

$895

 

 

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Pennsylvania Hutch Table in original red paint, circa 1830-50, retaining original four pegs to secure the three-board battened top, very good condition.
52 1/4" x 36" top x 29 3/4" tall.

$2250

 

 

 

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Two-piece New England Step-Back Cupboard, pine, 1840-50, original paint, original red wash interior, original glazed doors and hardware. One glass pane replaced with old glass. From an old Cape Cod estate.
82" tall (6' 10") x 41" wide x 19 1/2" deep at base.

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One Drawer Stand, circa 1860, in old green paint with curly maple drawer front, square-nailed, turned legs, dovetailed drawer.
20 5/8" wide x 18" deep x 27 5/8" tall.

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Small Pine Step-Back Corner Cupboard, circa 1850, 2 paneled doors, pegged, square nails, locks replaced. 76" tall x 38" wide, takes a 26 1/2" corner.

$1125

 

  

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Jelly Cupboard in original yellow grain paint decoration, circa 1860, square nails, raised panels, dovetailed drawers, original hardware.
Inscribed on back: "Made by Carl Brumbach's great grandfather in Boyertown" (PA).
53 1/2" to top of back x 41" wide x 17 3/4" deep; 41 1/2" to top of surface.

$1250

 

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Pennsylvania Wall Cupboard, 1825-1850. Two-piece with pie shelf, glass doors over paneled doors with etched decoration on base, nice cornice, lambs tongue on all corners, pegged and mortised construction.
55 3/4" wide x 20 1/4" deep x 87 1/2" tall.

At some point this cupboard found its way to Canton, Illinois. The top was separated from the base for 60 years, held by cousins, then reunited years ago and the top was repainted to match the original paint on the base. The base is entirely original; the interior of both top and bottom is untouched.

$3250

 

 

 

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Small Ten-drawer Apothecary, circa 1890, in original dark green paint, joined drawers, original mushroom knobs.  18 tall x 16 1/8 wide x 11 1/4 deep.

$975

 

 

 

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Small One-Door Cupboard, poplar, mid 19th century, square nail and dovetail construction with cove molded cornice, original tapered feet, paneled door, interior shelves and original hardware.
26 1/2" wide x 39 1/2" tall x 15 3/4" deep.

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Late 19th Century Canted General Store Cabinet, pine in original dry surface, unusual form, with 3-board back, lips on the fronts of the shelves, small cove molding around top.
43" tall x 41 1/2" wide x 15 1/2" deep (at the base)

$795

 

 

 

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Pine Wall Cupboard, late 18th-early 19th century, with quarter round cornice on front, boards with beaded edges, short simple feet, single 2-board door, rosehead nail construction, old worn slate blue repaint.

70" tall x 47 3/4" wide x 16" dep.

$2250

 

 

 

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Classic Maine Paint Decorated Box, circa 1860, black over red, decorated on all sides, square nails, original hardware including hinges, latch and keeper.
20" long x 11" deep x 9 7/8" tall.

$495

 

 

 

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American Corner Cupboard, 1800-1825, poplar, two-piece with waist molding, half pilasters, two raised panel doors, turned front feet, 12 lights with all original glass. Two small repairs to doors, early oyster white paint over red.
86" tall x 48.5" wide x 25" deep. Takes a 36" corner.

$3450

 

 

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Ladderback Armchair, 18th century, with four slats, nicely shaped finials, rare arm design. Original surface with replaced seat and restored feet.
45 1/2" tall to finial top x 24 1/2" wide x 18 1/2" deep.
Seat: 17 1/2" height x 19 1/2" wide at front x 17 1/2" deep.

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