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Stepney, Connecticut and Philadelphia, 1777-1818. Marked Jacobs #115 and 118. Scroll handle. Polished with light pitting. 5.5"h.

Locati, LLC

16 hrs Left
$2503 bids

Known as the "Blue Max Eagle" stein, pewter mounted, marked as pictured.Dimensions: 6" x 5", the height is 10 1/2" (to the top of the lid).

$2753 bids

Nineteenth century. Five are marked. Pair by William Calder (Rhode Island), one inscribed "50" on the underside, two by Boardman and Hart, (Connecticut/New York) and one large by Thomas Danforth and S

$5003 bids

Marked. Pair of chambersticks by Henry Hopper (New York City, 1842-1847), 5"h. and pair of candlesticks by Rufus Dunham (Westbrook, Maine 1837-1861). Added bobeches. 6.25"h. Polished.

$1,4002 bids

Louis Philippe Pewter Marquetry, Rosewood and Mahogany Commode , early-to-mid 19th c., marble top, bolection drawer, scroll sides, two drawers over blind drawer, scroll feet, h. 38 in., w. 54 in., d.

$902 bids

Nineteenth century. Pennsylvania tab handle, 5.25"d., New England crown handle with cast mark "IG", 4.75"d., and New England Old English handle, 3.75"d. Together with a taster with a handle used by Ri

$1202 bids

First half 19th century. Six are marked. Boardman and Hart (Connecticut/New York) with faint interior "Bar" mark, Thomas Derby (Connecticut), Morey and Ober (Boston), JB Woodbury with Irwin Laughlin C

$1402 bids

Eagle marks. Thomas Danforth Boardman and partners (Hartford, 2nd quarter 19th century), Jacobs #40. Also marked "2". 2.25h. 9.25"d. Samuel Danforth, (Hartford, 1795-1816), Jacobs #108. 2"h. 8"d. And

$1702 bids

Marked. Samuel Danforth (Hartford, Connecticut, 1795-1816). Ex Dr. Melvyn and Bette Wolf (Michigan). 13"d. And Lovebird touch, Philadelphia, late 18th-early 19th century, 13.25"d. Polished with varyin

$602 bids

Marked. Samuel Hamlin, probably Junior, (Rhode Island, 1801-1856). 2"h. 7.75"d. and two by Boardman and Hart, New York. 1.5"h. 5.5"d. and footed. Indistinct engraved names on the underside. 2.5"h. 5.5

$1102 bids

Connecticut and New York, 1st half 19th century. Five tumblers. Tall pair and a single for Boardman and Hart, single Boardman, New York, and single for Timothy Boardman and Co. 3" to 5.25"h. And a pla

$1402 bids

New York, 2nd quarter 19th century. All with "Boardman & Hart, N. York" marks. Creamer and matching sugar. Some surface scratches and dents, 6.5", 8"h. and syruper. Polished, 5"d.

$4,0001 bid

Gustav Stickley, Harvey EllisDrop-Front Deskcirca 1903oak, pewter, copper, fruitwood, wrought ironmarked with firm's red decal43 x 30 x 15 inches

$4751 bid

Stoneware August Saeltzer 19” Hand Painted Pokal. Scene of hunters in Wartburgs forest that wraps around body. Original pewter relief set on lid with eagle finial. Mint.

Tremont Auctions

14 hrs Left
$1001 bid

18th century 1745 dated pewter mounted continental brown glaze tankard or jug. Initialed A-R and dated 1745. Pewter base rim. finial bent. 17in high.

$2001 bid

An American primitive pine one-piece pewter cupboard having an open shelf top over a two door cabinet base. 80in tall x 45in wide x 18in deep.

$2001 bid

Connecticut, late 18th - mid 19th century. All marked. John, Edward, two by Joseph, Samuel, Thomas Danforth I, Thomas Danforth III, and Josiah. Surface scratches. Seven, 8"d., one 8.25"d.


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