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Pook & Pook 1/16/16 Lot: 740.  Estimated: $1,000 - $2,000.  Realized Price: $1,800.  Description: Pennsylvania walnut tavern table, ca. 1780, with a rare notched corner top, 29 3/4'' h., 53 3/4'' w., 33'' d.  Condition: Battens replaced. A couple small lip repairs. Brasses appear to be original.

Pennsylvania walnut tavern table, ca. with a rare notched corner top, 29 h., 53 w.

Johannes Spitler, The Jacob Strickler family hanging wall cupboard,  circa 1800-1801

American Antiques - David Schorsch & Eileen Smiles - Areas of Expertise include Americana in the Folk Tradition: Pennsylvania German - The Jacob Strickler family hanging wall cupboard

Pook & Pook. October 3rd & 4th 2014 Lot 410.  Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut dressing table, ca. 1770, with two drawers, a shell carved apron, and legs terminating in trifid feet, 31 3/4" h., 36 3/4" w. Top replaced. Probably original brasses. Small patches to drawer corner. Estimated: $2000 - $3000. Sold: $2,200 hammer, $2640 with premium.

Pook & Pook. October 3rd & 4th 2014 Lot 410. Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut dressing table, ca. 1770, with two drawers, a shell carved apron, and legs terminating in trifid feet, 31 3/4" h., 36 3/4" w. Top replaced. Probably original brasses. Small patches to drawer corner. Estimated: $2000 - $3000. Sold: $2,200 hammer, $2640 with premium.

Pennsylvania walnut tavern table - Price Estimate: $1500 - $2500

Pennsylvania walnut tavern table, ca. the apron having three drawers with cabriole legs ending in trifid feet, h.

Pook & Pook.  April 20th & 21st 2007. Lot 434.  Estimated: $8K - $12K. Realized Price: $22,230. Pennsylvania walnut tavern table, the molded edge battened lift top overhanging a base with 2 drawers, the left inlaid "1770", an elaborate scalloped skirt supported by baluster turned legs joined by square stretchers, 29 1/2" h., 43 3/4" w. Provenance: Jess Pavey.

Pook & Pook. April 20th & 21st 2007. Lot 434. Estimated: $8K - $12K. Realized Price: $22,230. Pennsylvania walnut tavern table, the molded edge battened lift top overhanging a base with 2 drawers, the left inlaid "1770", an elaborate scalloped skirt supported by baluster turned legs joined by square stretchers, 29 1/2" h., 43 3/4" w. Provenance: Jess Pavey.

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Pennsylvania painted dower chest dated initialed CAT BEM, the front decorated with two large hearts centering a star and inscribed cartouche over two drawers supported by turned feet, 31 h.

Walnut Dressing Table -- This mid-18th c., Philadelphia-area "dressing table" has many desirable features. The one-board top has shaped corners and lots of overhang. The "in-the-black" surface is original. All of the brasses are original. The aprons are beautifully shaped. The graceful legs have rare design details. The case width is only 28". 28" tall and in exceptional condition.  Offered 6/7/16 on 1stNLine for $18,900 by Joe Lodge.

Walnut Dressing Table -- This mid-18th c., Philadelphia-area "dressing table" has many desirable features. The one-board top has shaped corners and lots of overhang. The "in-the-black" surface is original. All of the brasses are original. The aprons are beautifully shaped. The graceful legs have rare design details. The case width is only 28". 28" tall and in exceptional condition. Offered 6/7/16 on 1stNLine for $18,900 by Joe Lodge.

The Townsend Derby Family Walnut Queen Anne Dressing Table Massachusetts, 18th century, four dovetailed drawers with pine secondary, cabriole legs with pad feet, birch and walnut, 30-1/2 x 34 x 20-1/2 in., Provenance: backboard with early pasted label "This lowboy belonged to my grandmother Mary Townsend Derby (Mrs. John Barton Derby) of Medfield, Mass.", signed by Geo. (McClellan?) Derby; Neal Auctions, New Orleans, 1999; Private Collection

The Townsend Derby Family Walnut Queen Anne Dressing Table Massachusetts,

Pook & Pook. October 24th & 25th 2008. Lot 490.  Estimated: $3K - $4K. Realized Price: $11,700. Delaware Valley William & Mary walnut gateleg table, ca. 1745, with an oval dropleaf top and a single long drawer, 29" h., 45 1/2" w.

Pook & Pook. October 24th & 25th 2008. Lot 490. Estimated: $3K - $4K. Realized Price: $11,700. Delaware Valley William & Mary walnut gateleg table, ca. 1745, with an oval dropleaf top and a single long drawer, 29" h., 45 1/2" w.

Pook & Pook.  October 30th 2010.   Lot 362.  Estimated: $1500 - $2500.   Realized Price: $5688.   Pennsylvania walnut splay leg stand, late 18th c., with turned splay legs terminating in pad feet, 28 1/2" h., 20" w.

Pook & Pook. October 30th 2010. Lot 362. Estimated: $1500 - $2500. Realized Price: $5688. Pennsylvania walnut splay leg stand, late 18th c., with turned splay legs terminating in pad feet, 28 1/2" h., 20" w.

Pook & Pook.  October 2nd 2010.   Lot 498.  Estimated: $800 - $1200.   Realized Price: $2370.   New England pine tavern table, late 18th c., retaining an old black surface, 26 3/4" h., 33" w., 21" d.

Pook & Pook. October 2nd 2010. Lot 498. Estimated: $800 - $1200. Realized Price: $2370. New England pine tavern table, late 18th c., retaining an old black surface, 26 3/4" h., 33" w., 21" d.

Realized Price: $33,180     Berks County, Pennsylvania painted pine chest, late 18th c., the front decorated with two rampant unicorns flanked by tombstone panels with tulips, 23 1/4" h., 48 1/2" w.

Realized Price: $33,180 Berks County, Pennsylvania painted pine chest, late 18th c., the front decorated with two rampant unicorns flanked by tombstone panels with tulips, 23 1/4" h., 48 1/2" w.

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