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    Minoan tray with handles from Phaistos. From around 2700 to 1450 BC, the Minoan civilization flourished as a seafaring and mercantile culture. This vibrant culture was centred around the island of Crete and eventually dominated the Agean region. The Egyptians called the Minoans “the Sea Peoples” and had a fond appreciation for Minoan pottery and ceramics, prized for their innovative shapes and sea-inspired designs

    Minoan Art Pottery

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    Eagle Tin Sconces, Late 19th century, Pennsylvania

    Pair Eagle Tin Sconces | Just Folk

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    Two pomegranates, Qajar, Persia 19th century

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    Post 1850's ANTIQUE Fabric/Feed SackCalico by stitchinsewprim . Not sure about this description, but the fabric is sweet.

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    Tin & copper wall sconce

    Antique Wall and Ceiling, Chandeliers, Wall Sconce, Wrought Iron

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    Fossil Starfish

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    AAFA Early Four-Tier Anniversary Tin Compote Pedistal Base Antique Compote Bowl #Americana #Tinsmith

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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

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    American flag tramp art frame

    A Legacy in Tramp Art

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    Anniversary Tin Men's Slippers.

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

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

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    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.

    18th & 19th C. American Accessories - Halsey Munson Americana

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

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

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

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    Carolyn Thompson

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    1896 45 Star Uncut American Flags

    c. 1896 45 Star Uncut American Flags | 1stdibs.com

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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.

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    Tramp art frame

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    BAECHER / WINCHESTER VA Redware Bird, Made by Anthony Bacher

    Redware Highlights - Crocker Farm Stoneware Auction

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

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    19th Century Amish Anniversary Tinware Hat on Stand

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    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.

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