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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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Pennsylvania Dough Box in original strong blue paint. Dovetailed and in excellent condition.
12 tall, x 31 1/2 long x 13 3/4 deep.

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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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Six-board Blanket Chest in original paint decoration, turned feet, dovetailed construction, with Pennsylvania Dutch flowerpot and tulip panels, and a five point star at each end.
43 7/8" long x 21 1/4" deep x 24 3/4" tall.

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Corner Cupboard, cherry, late 18th century, wonderful narrow size with paneled doors, plate grooves on upper shelves, 19 1/2" wide back boards. Repair to lower hinge, hinges replaced at that time.
88" tall x 32" wide, takes a 23" corner.

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Convertible Lift Lid Bench/Bed in Original Green Paint, pine, mid 19th century.  One-board plank seat lifts to reveal storage; the seat can be removed and the body of the bench can be extended to accommodate a mattress. A rare form of practical and convertible furniture. Comfortable seating, sturdy, all original. 6' long x 20 1/2" deep x 28 3/4" tall.

$575

 

 

 

 

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Tilt Top Candlestand circa 1780, beautifully shaped top with cut out corners. Delicate form with tiger maple top, cherry column, maple feet, original latch.

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Unusual Small Windsor Bench, early 19th century, old dry red paint with a great stippled surface in places over original black,  plank top with chamfered edge, legs mortised into top. Possibly used as a pail bench.
27" long x 10 1/2" wide x 9 1/2" tall.

$595

 

 

 

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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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Hanging or Standing Shelf with shaped dividers, nicely molded edge. The bottom two cubbies once had drawers, which did not survive. These two interiors have been painted to match the original.
28 1/2" wide  x 6 3/4" deep x 22 1/2"  tall.

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Diminutive Wall Cupboard, first half 19th century, with traces of original red paint, square nails, lower raised panel door, shaping of opening probably later addition.
65 1/2" tall x 40" wide x 15 1/2" deep.

$1575

 

 

 

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Chair Table in old blue paint with finished top, 3rd quarter 19th century, from Plank estate, Belleville, Pennsylvania--grandson of Samuel Plank who specialized in salt boxes, one of which is in the Smithsonian. Mortised and dovetailed construction. 30" tall, top is 45" x 31 3/8".

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Small Chest of Drawers in original paint decoration, early 1800s Pennsylvania. Excellent condition.
37 1/2" wide x 17 1/2" deep including knobs x 34 1/8" tall.

$875

 

 

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Pine Two-Piece Cupboard circa 1830-50, with pie shelf, 3 drawers, paneled doors, 12 lights, plate grooves and spoon holders, detailed cornice, and bracket base. Beautiful construction including mortise and tenon, hand chamfering, square nails, lamb's tongue and beaded details, and cock beaded dovetailed drawers.
54 1/2" wide x 21" deep x 83 5/8" (6' 11 5/8") tall.

$1475

 

 

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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.

$950

 

 

 

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