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GLAZED REDWARE POTTERY SPANIEL STILL BANK, attributed to George Wagner, Carbon County, PA, circa 1860. Molded figure of a seated dog decorated with applied coleslaw head and tail. Manganese, green and orange/yellow mottle glazed, 6.875"h.

Condition: Very good with one base chip.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $800-1,200

Price Realized: $1,600 (does not include buyer's premium).


PENNSYLVANIA 19TH CENTURY SLIP DECORATED REDWARE POTTERY PLATE. Manganese and yellow stylized flowers and criss cross line decoration. 7.875" diameter.

Condition: Good with several edge chips.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $300-500

Price Realized: $1,500 (does not include buyer's premium).


19TH CENTURY SHAKER BENTWOOD PANTRY BOX, with Original Red Paint. Lapped finger joints supported by copper tacks. 5.5"h x 13.5"w. x 9.52"d.

Condition: Very good with use wear and minor losses.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $800-1,200

Price Realized: $1,500 (does not include buyer's premium).


WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA PAINT DECORATED SOFTWOOD MINIATURE BLANKET CHEST. Dated 1844, red ground with polychrome tulip decoration, flanking a center painted panel L.E.B. 1844. Molded lid, dovetailed case with interior till, molded base and turned feet. 17.5"h. x 25.25w. x 13.25"d. Condition: Good with surface wear, one back foot replaced, missing lid of till.

Condition: Good with surface wear, one back foot replaced, missing lid of till.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $5,000-8,000

Price Realized: $4,750 (does not include buyer's premium).


19th CENTURY SHAKER BENTWOOD PANTRY BOX, with Original Yellow Paint. Lapped finger joints supported by copper tacks. 4.625"h. x 12"w. x 8.5"d.

Condition: Very good with minor wear.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $800-1,200

Price Realized: $3,000(does not include buyer's premium).


19th CENTURY SHAKER BENTWOOD PANTRY BOX, with Original Blue Paint. Lapped finger joints supported by copper tacks. 3.5"h. x 10.25"w. x 6.75"d.

Condition: Very good with minor wear.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $700-1,000

Price Realized: $1,600(does not include buyer's premium).


FINE AND RARE LANCASTER COUNTY SULPHUR INLAID WALNUT MINIATURE BLANKET CHEST. Molded lid, shaped wrought iron strap hinges, iron jaw grab lock, interior till, dovetailed case with carved Sulphur inlay "H H 178", with shaped iron key escutcheon and Key, molded base and turned feet. 8.75"h. x 17.5"w. 8.5"d.

Condition: Very good with minor and losses.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $5,000-8000

Price Realized: $23,000 (does not include buyer's premium).


PENNSYLVANIA 19TH CENTURY CHERRY SLAW BOARD, cut out pin wheel design. 17.25"h. x 7.25"w. Condition: Good with wear and losses.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $100-300

Price Realized: $1,700 (does not include buyer's premium).


PENNSYLVANIA 19th CENTURY TURNED MAPLE BUTTER PRINT. Stamped W. Keim on handle. Stylized tulip and crescent gouged design with cylindrical handle. 4.75"h. x 4/75" diameter.

Condition: Good with use wear and old glue repair to handle.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $200-400

Price Realized: $1,700 (does not include buyer's premium).


PENNSYLVANIA 19th CENTURY MINIATURE SETTEE, with Original Paint Decoration. Yellow/tan ground with fruit and foliate decoration. 10.5"h. x 14"w. x 5"d.

Condition: Good with wear and minor restorations.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $2,000-4,000

Price Realized: $2,600 (does not include buyer's premium).


PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE CHERRY SPICE OR APOTHECARY CABINET. Molded cornice, paneled door, interior compartments with two split lower drawers, molded base with ogee bracket feet. 21.75"h. x 18.5"w. x 11.25"d.

Condition: Very good overall with some minor losses and splinters.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $2,000-4,000

Price Realized: $6,000 (does not include buyer's premium).


19th CENTURY SOFTWOOD HANGING SEED BOX, with Original Red Paint. Hinged slant lid enclosing a compartmented interior above a single row of ten graduated drawers. 8.25"h. x 28"w. x 5.75"d.

Condition: Good with wear.

Provenance: Merritt Sale.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $800-1,200

Price Realized: $2,100 (does not include buyer's premium).


18TH CENTURY PENNSYLVANIA SOFTWOOD BIBLE BOX. Green paint with black trim, iron box lock with brass key escutcheon, dovetailed case, molded base and turned feet. 11.5"h. x 17"w. x 13.5"d.

Condition: Good with wear and losses.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $300-500

Price Realized: $3,250 (does not include buyer's premium).


GLAZED EARTHENWARE LION FORM STILL BANK. Attributed to George Wagner, Carbon County, PA, Circa 1860. Molded figure of a seated lion, yellow ground with brown highlights with applied coleslaw mane. 7"h.

Condition: Good, large flake chip on underside.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $1,000-1,500

Price Realized: $2,300 (does not include buyer's premium).


LARGE PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY SHEET IRON HOG SCRAPER CANDLESTICKS. Brass wedding ring shafts and adjustable push rods. 13"h.

Condition: Good with some rust and pitting, remnants of white overpaint.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $200-400

Price Realized: $2,600 (does not include buyer's premium).


PENNSYLVANIA 18TH CENTURY MARY ANN FURNACE CAST IRON STOVE PLATE. Dated 1763. Mary Ann Furnace was opened in 1763 by George Stevenson, George Ross and William Thompson on Furnace Creek, West Manheim Township, York County, PA. Plate No. 199, Page 117, The Bible in Iron by Dr. Henry C. Mercer. 22"h. x 16.75"w.

Condition: Fair with overall rust and pitting, edge loss.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $500-1,000

Price Realized: $800 (does not include buyer's premium).


19th CENTURY BLACKSMITH MADE IRON FIGURE OF A SNAKE. Measures 24"l. from head to tail coiled. Outstretched would be 56"l. Weighs 18.5 "lb.

Condition: Good, overall rust and pitting.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $800-1,200

Price Realized: $3,000 (does not include buyer's premium).


EARLY 19TH CENTURY OIL ON WOOD PANEL PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN, by John Wesley Jarvis. Signed lower right Jarvis, 1806. (John Wesley Jarvis,1781-1839). Labeled on back "Portrait of Mrs. J.E. Beekman, 61 east 9th Street, New York. 1806. Image 28.25" x 23.25"; in a gilt molded frame, 36.5" x 31.5" overall.

Condition: Very good.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $3,000-5,000

Price Realized: $5,500 (does not include buyer's premium).


VERY FINE SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA PAINT DECORATED DOWER CHEST. Signed "Catherina Harttung, 1797". Original red ground with black trim, having two tombstone panels with potted floral devices and central name and date panel. Lid with oblong panel with red and white painted decoration. Molded lid, interior till with secret drawers, wrought iron strap hinges and jaw lock, iron key escutcheon with key, dovetailed case, molded base with bracket feet. 23.5"h. x 49.5"w. x 22.5"d.

Condition: Very good with minor wear and losses.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $4,000-6,000

Price Realized: $7,000 (does not include buyer's premium).


VERY FINE EARLY 19TH CENTURY LANCASTER COUNTY SOFTWOOD WORK TABLE. Single board, pin top, full width dovetailed skirt draw, beaded skirt with pegged construction, turned legs with turnip feet, original red varnished surface. 27.75"h. x 30"w. x 23.5"d.

Condition: Very good with minor wear and losses.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $1,000-1,500

Price Realized: $5,500 (does not include buyer's premium).


PHILADELPHIA 18TH CENTURY WINDSOR LOW BACK CONTINUOUS ARMCHAIR. Scrolled arm, saddle seat, bulbous H stretcher, turned legs with blunt arrow feet, old black and red overpaint. Seat height 17"h.; 29"h overall.

Condition: Fair with wear mostly on seat.

Sold at The Harry Hartman Estate, Conestoga Auctions August 15, 2015.

Estimate: $2,000-3,000

Price Realized: $3,750 (does not include buyer's premium).


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