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    Lancaster County, Pennsylvania painted poplar schrank, circa 1760, retaining its original blue painted surface, 82.5 inches high.

    Early Cupboard...Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, painted pine one-piece corner cupboard, ca. 1790, with an ivory door...retaining an old blue/green painted surface.. ...~♥~

    Pennsylvania painted pine cupboard, ca. 1820, retaining a red painted surface, 78 H. x 36 W. x 18.5 D.

    Pennsylvania painted pine chimney cupboard, 19th c., retaining an old ochre grained surface, 57.5 H. x 25.5 W.

    painted oak child's hutch, late 19th c., retaining its original blue surface

    Pennsylvania painted pine 2-part corner cupboard, ca. 1800, retaining an old blue and ivory scrubbed surface, 100.25 h. x 52.5 w.

    Painted butter churn, 19th c., retaining an old blue surface, 40" h.

    Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Federal cherry two-piece corner cupboard, ca. 1820.

    Unusual Pennsylvania Sheraton painted pine wash stand, ca. 1820, retaining an old red surface, 34.75 H. x 19 W.

    Pennsylvania painted poplar wall cupboard, ca. 1840

    Mid Atlantic painted pine and poplar two part wall cupboard, late 18th c. retaining an excellent early blue surface, 83 1/2" h., 47 3/4" w.

    original blue paint

    Pennsylvania Queen Anne walnut chest on frame, ca. 1760.

    Pennsylvania, Lancaster County Painted Cupboard, circa 1750, 85 H. x 60.88 W. x 20.25 D.

    Exceptional Pennsylvania painted poplar two part corner cupboard, early 19th c.

    Important Federal Red and Polychrome Paint Decorated Poplar Slant Front Desk, Mahantango or Schwaben Creek Valley, Northumberland and Schuylkill Counties, Pennsylvania, circa 1830 Appears to retain its original stamped brass hardware. Feet are original based on surface analysis. 43 3/4 by 37 7/8 by 20 1/4 in

    Pennsylvania pine hanging spoon rack, ca. 1790, the back with a scalloped crest and diamond inlays, flanked by lollipop cutout sides, above a lower diamond inlaid drawer, retaining an old red stained surface, 25 1/2" h., 4 1/2" w. The Collection of Richard Flanders Smith

    Pennsylvania painted pine 2-part drysink with cupboard top, mid 19th c., retaining an excellent ochre grained surface, 81 H. x 43.25 W.

    Pennsylvania late Chippendale cherry tall case clock, ca. 1800, the broken arch bonnet enclosing an eight-day works with a painted face, inscribed Benj. Morris Bucks County, over a case with chamfered columns and bracket feet, 96" h.

    Pennsylvania, poplar hanging cupboard, late 18th century. (Front View)