TRAMP ART SHELF/ Artist unidentified, United States, 1940, wood, 18 × 25 × 7", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of Sam and Myra Gotoff: 2002.26.1. Photo credit: Gavin Ashworth

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MASONIC PLAQUE IN THE FORM OF A ROYAL ARCH TRACING BOARD/ Artist unidentified, probably Natick, Massachusetts, 1899, wood with printed and painted paper, 18 3/4 × 31 5/8 × 15/16", collection of the American Folk Art Museum, gift of the Hirschhorn Foundation: 1997.6.4. Photo credit: David Stansbury

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TEAPOT/ Stevens Shop (act. 1798–1842), Stevens Plains (now Westbrook), Maine, c. 1815–1835, paint on tinplate, 5 1/8 × 8 3/4 × 3 1/2, collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration: 76.13.4. Photo credit: John Parnell

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BALTIMORE CHAIR/ Artist unidentified, possibly Baltimore, United States, c. 1820–1830, paint, gold leaf, and stenciling on wood, 31 1/4 × 20 1/4 × 19 1/2", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration: 82.1. Photo credit: John Parnell.

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STORAGE JAR OR CROCK/ Artist unidentified, probably Boston, New England, c. 1850–1870, glazed gray stoneware, 26 5/8 × 15 1/4" diam. (at top), collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of Ralph Esmerian: 2013.1.24. Photo credit: John Bigelow Taylor.

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FIREMAN JUG/ Nathan Clark Jr., 1819–1891, Athens, New York, 1850–1880, stoneware with cobalt decoration, 15 × 10" diam., collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of Richard S. Trump in memory of his wife, Helene D. Trump: 2006.13.1. Photo credit: Gavin Ashworth.

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Oval Tea Canister/ Artist unidentified, Pennsylvania, United States, c. 1825–1850, paint on tinplate, 5 1/8 × 3 9/16 × 2 3/4", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration: 76.1.7. Photo credit: John Parnell.

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SMALL CHEST/ Attributed to Johannes Spitler (1774–1837), Virginia, United States, c. 1800, paint on yellow pine, poplar, and white pine, with metal and wrought iron hardware, 18 1/4 × 32 5/8 × 13 3/4", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of Ralph Esmerian: 2005.8.28.

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STEAMBOAT VETO BOX/ Artist unidentified, possibly New York, United States, c. 1832, paint, gold leaf, and bronze powder stenciling on wood, 5 1/2 × 13 × 7 5/8", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration: 76.5.2. Photo credit: John Parnell.

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STEAMBOAT VETO BOX/ Artist unidentified, possibly New York, United States, c. 1832, paint, gold leaf, and bronze powder stenciling on wood, 5 1/2 × 13 × 7 5/8", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration: 76.5.2. Photo credit: John Parnell.

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TRUNK/ Artist unidentified, Eastern United States, c. 1830–1840, paint on asphaltum over tinplate, 3 1/4 × 7 × 3 5/8", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration, courtesy Mrs. Clinton B. Burnett: 73.1.6. Photo credit: John Parnell.

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"R.A.CArtist unidentified; possibly Ransom Cook (1794–1881), probably Saratoga Springs, New York, c. 1830–1840, paint and bronze powder stenciling on wood with brass feet, 8 1/8 × 15 1/2 × 8 1/4", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration: 88.19.

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PACKARD BED RUG/ Unidentified member of the Packard family, Jericho, Vermont, 1806, wool, 94 × 90 1/2", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of Cyril Irwin Nelson in honor of Cary Forney Baker Jr., 2002.31.1. Photo credit: America Hurrah Archives.

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CHEST OVER DRAWER/ Artist unidentified, Guilford-Saybrook area, Connecticut, 1690–1720, paint on oak and pine, 41 × 46 1/2 × 20 3/4", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration, 58.33. Photo credit: John Parnell.

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TALL CASE CLOCK/ Artist unidentified; clockworks attributed to Lambert W. Lewis (c.1785–1834), Ohio, United States, 1812–1834, paint on pine case with watercolor on paper clockface and wooden clockworks, 87 × 21 1/2 × 12 3/4", museum purchase, Eva and Morris Feld Folk Art Acquisition Fund, 1981.12.22 Photo credit: John Parnell.

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SARAH D. KELLOGG CENTER TABLE/ Sarah D. Kellogg (1822–1854), Amherst, Massachusetts, c. 1841, watercolor, ink, and pencil on maple, 27 1/2 × 35 1/4" diam., collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of Ralph Esmerian, 2005.8.51. Photo credit: John Bigelow Taylor.

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FANCY SIDE CHAIR/ Artist unidentified, probably New York or Connecticut, c.1830–1845, paint, bronze powder stenciling, and gold leaf on wood, 35 3/8 × 17 1/4 × 19", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration, 82.19.1.

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TRUNK/ Butler Shop (act. 1824–c. 1855); paint decoration by Ann Butler (1813–1887), Greenville, New York, c. 1830, paint on asphaltum over tinplate, 4 1/8 × 6 3/4 × 3 3/4", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration, courtesy Esther Oldham and Anne Oldham Borntraeger, 53.2.2.

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TRINKET BOX/ Butler Shop (act. 1824–c. 1855); paint decoration by Ann Butler (1813–1887), Greenville, New York, c. 1830, paint on asphaltum over tinplate, 1 3/4 × 3 1/4 × 3 1/8", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration, courtesy Esther Oldham and Anne Oldham Borntraeger, 53.2.5.

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DOOR FROM CORNELIUS COUWENHOVEN HOUSE/ Daniel Hendrickson (1723–1788), Pleasant Valley, New Jersey, mid-eighteenth century, paint on yellow pine and white oak, with wrought iron hinges, lock, and hardware, 78 5/8 × 44 1/4 × 4" (with door frame), collection American Folk Art Museum,gift of Ralph Esmerian, 2005.8.18.

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PACKARD BED RUG/ Unidentified member of the Packard family, Jericho, Vermont, 1806, wool, 94 × 90 1/2", gift of Cyril Irwin Nelson in honor of Cary Forney Baker Jr., collection American Folk Art Museum, 2002.31.1 Photo credit: America Hurrah Archives.

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TRUNK/ North Shop (act. c. 1790–1841); paint decoration attributed to Mercy North (1798–1872) Fly Creek, New York, c. 1815–1825, paint on asphaltum over tinplate, 5 1/2 × 8 9/16 × 4 9/16", gift of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration, courtesy Elizabeth B. Swain, collection American Folk Art Museum, 76.10. Photo credit: John Parnell.

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TEAPOT/ Buckley Shop (act. 1807–c. 1840) ; possibly Oliver Buckley, c. 1815–1835, paint on tinplate, 5 3/8 × 5 × 3 1/2". Gift of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration, 58.13.30. Photo credit: John Parnell

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TALL CASE CLOCK/ Johannes Spitler (1774-1837), 1801, paint on yellow pine, with brass and steel works, modern watercolor and ink on period-paper face, and original sheet-iron dial, 85 1/2 x 14 3/4 x 8 1/4", collection American Folk Art Museum, New York, gift of Ralph Esmerian, 2005.8.27. Photo by Gavin Ashworth

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DOWER CHEST/ Attributed to Johannes Kniskern, 1778, paint on pine, with iron hasp, key, and hardware, 19 3/4 × 47 × 21", gift of Ralph Esmerian, 2013.1.31. Photo credit: Gavin Ashworth

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