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Hieronimus & Co., Inc.

Hieronimus & Co., Inc.

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Easter egg, Southeastern Pennsylvania, 1850

New Acquisitions - Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library

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Phoenician light green fused glass face pendant, ca. 400-200 BCE

American flag tramp art frame

A Legacy in Tramp Art

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Anniversary Tin Men's Slippers.

Tobacco pouch or sweet bag; probably made for a Kentucky soldier serving with the Confederate Army during the Civil War.

The carved surface of this ostrich egg shows what is thought to be the oldest known map of the New World on a globe

Ink: A seldom-seen 1840 - 1850 stoneware bottle of P Arnold’s “Chemical Writing Fluid” (#ink), with not only the original paper label, but also the original unopened wax seal impressed with the P Arnold firm name.

Rare Five-Gallon Stoneware Crock, Stamped "WHITES BINGHAMTON," NY State origin, circa 1860.

2220: Antique Shaker Blown Glass Bottle. Paper label re : Lot 2220

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FINE AND RARE THOMPSON POTTERY, MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA FOLK-ART-DECORATED STONEWARE DIMINUTIVE CANNING JAR. Brushed cobalt decoration of a seated squirrel eating a nut below an arch device. Attributed to the Thompson Pottery (active c. 1810-1890), Morgantown, WV. Circa 1860-1870. 7 3/4" H, 3 1/2" D rim.

Super Seedy Crude Utility Bottle Probably Pitkin Glassworks WOW L K Mint Mint | eBay

19th Century Amish Anniversary Tinware Hat on Stand

May 21, 2005 Price Realized: $ 6,050.00 are Redware Hen Whistle Bank with Incised Initials "M S" and Date "1822," probably Pennsylvania, possibly Montgomery County, circa 1822, redware bank in the form of a sitting hen with tail in the form of a whistle. Incised face and feather details. Initials "M S" incised on the tail, and date "1822" incised on underside. Clear lead glaze with cream-colored highlights. Rare form and early date.

Price Realized: $ 2,070.00 Extremely Rare Redware Bank in the Form of a Chick, Dated April 4, 1861, Pennsylvania origin, 19th century, hand-modeled bank in the form of a chick with small crest, impressed circular eyes, and incised detail wings and tail. Chick is incised with date "April 4 / 1861" below its tail, and is seated atop a wheel-thrown circular base with applied and incised clovers and a crawling worm.

Framed "History of the American Flag" Chromolithograph, c. 1896, lithograph on paper, with eagle, large American flag, and star at center and related figures and facts, 26 1/4 x 36 in.

Confederate silk bible flag, 1864. This miniature, hand-stiched flag commemorates a child's birth with an inscription in French: "This confederate flag was present at the birth of Anatole. Friday, January 8, 1864. He was born during the war." The Historic New Orleans Collection, gift of Clyde Cucullu.

Schoolgirl Silk Needlework Map of Boston Harbor, "Work'd by Sally Dodge at Mrs. Rowsons [School] Medford Feb'y 27 1800"

1827 Leather Covered Hymnal Embossed with Eagle

38 Star Indiana Presentation Flag. Unusual egg-shaped star pattern. c. July 4th, 1878.

Redware Pipe A perfect example of a rare form in unused condition. Probably Pennsylvania. Circa 1850. H. 3" $ 775.