WW II Hand Painted Folk Art Caricature of Axis on Board
Steuben Glass – An American Tradition in Crystal, by Mary Jean Madigan, First Edition
Norman Rockwell’s America, by Christopher Finch, Readers Digest Edition 1976.
The Encyclopedia of Glass Paperweights, by Paul Hollister, Jr., 1969, First Edition.
102 Favorite Paintings by Norman Rockwell, Introduction by Christopher Finch
American Pewter, by J. B. Kerfoot, 1942 Second Printing.
The Basic Book of Antiques, by George Michael & Signed by the Author, 1975 Second Printing.
"All Dolls are Collectible" by Genevieve Angione and Judith Whorton
Early American Pressed Glass – Thirty First Edition, by Ruth Webb Lee, 1946.
"Dolls The Wide World Over – an historical account" by Manfred Bachmann and Claus Hansmann.
$23 USD Offer
Bennington Pottery and Porcelain, by Richard Carter Barret – Curator of the Bennington Museum, 1958, First Edition.
Framed Tintype – Formal Portrait of a Gentleman
"Antique Dolls of China & Bisque" by Marjory Fainges.
Sandwich Glass – The History of the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company, by Ruth Webb Lee, 1947, Fifth Edition.
Tintype Formal Portrait of a Baby – Circa: Mid 1800’s
Cast Iron Amish Couple Doorstop/Bookends Circa: Early to Mid 1900’s
Primer of American Antiques, by Carl W. Drepperd, 1952.
SALE “The Collector” by Joseph B. Kahill – Circa: 1949
$260 USD Sale
Sotheby’s Concise Encyclopedia of Glass, David Battie and Simon Cottle General Editors, 1991.
Decorative Wood Carving – Sleeping Cat
The Encyclopedia of Furniture, by Joseph Aronson, 1941, Fourth Printing.
Lemon Gold Framed Hand Colored Print “Dutch Boy”
Decorative Wood Carving – Turtle Figure
Antiquing with George Michael – Entertainment and Enlightenment for the Active or Armchair Antiquer, by George Michael, 1957, First Edition, Second Printing.
Vintage British Milk Cream Can – mid 20th Century
Coalport 1795 - 1926, by Michael Messenger, 1995.
SALE PENDING Royal Portraits, by Cecil Beaton with Introduction by Peter Quennell, First Edition, 1963
SALE PENDING Beyond New England Thresholds, by Samuel Chamberlain, 1937 First Edition.