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VERY GOOD IRON DOUGH SCRAPER, signed and dated “D.C. Miller 1881.”

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $962.50


WONDERFUL SHOW TOWEL SIGNED AND DATED “Miss A. L. Mohler 1807” with birds, deer, flowers, etc., and fine cross stitch work, 5’4” long X 16” wide.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $385.00


VERY FINE 11” TALL EARLY DARK GREEN BLOWN GLASS BOTTLE.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $880.00




EARLY YORK COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA POWDER HORN, given from his grandfather in 1971.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $3,960.00


VERY GOOD YORK ADAMS COUNTY OVAL RYE STRAW BASKET.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $627.00


VERY FINE WALNUT DOVETAILED COFFEE GRINDER, with pewter and iron top with original “George Pritz” paper label, Hanover, Pennsylvania, York County 1838.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $1,402.50


GREAT EARLY WROUGHT IRON THREE PRONG FLESH FORK.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $825.00


RARE AND OUTSTANDING 9” TALL REDWARE FIGURAL JUG WITH MANGANESE BANDS AND FIGURE OF A LITTLE GIRL HOLDING A BABY DOLL.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $11,550.00


RARE AND EARLY BURLY WALNUT PIN LID PENCIL BOX.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $330.00


VERY FINE LOCAL HANOVER, PENNSYLVANIA TIGHT RYE STAW OVAL BASKET.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $385.00


VERY GOOD COBALT BLUE BLUE SPATTER, 8.5” PLATE WITH RED, YELLOW, AND BLUE DOT DECORATION.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $330.00


VERY GOOD 18TH CENTURY WALNUT FRAME CHIPPENDALE WALL MIRROR, with eagle cutouts on top of mirror frame.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $357.50


EARLY TIN PIERCED CANDLE LANTERN WITH TIN FINGER RING.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $412.50




VERY GOOD WOODEN HANDLED COPPER PIE CRIMPER WHEEL. made out of a 1852 U.S. large cent.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $412.50


VERY GOOD BEAUTIFULLY HAND DRAWN LETTERED AND COLORED FRAKTUR DATED 1840, made by Daniel Peterman, Manheim Township, York County, Pennsylvania with two ladies each holding a purse and the other hand has a vine with birds and flowers, good colors.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $5,060.00


VERY GOOD SCARCE ANTIQUE HICKORY DICKORY DOCK CLOCK WITH MOUSE TIMER.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $852.50


VERY GOOD TALL PINE ONE DOOR SHELF CUPBOARD WITH BROWN GRAIN PAINT AND SEVEN SHELF INTERIOR, 7’4” tall X 31” wide X 12.5” deep.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $467.50


VERY GOOD 18TH CENTURY ONE BOARD TOP TABLE, with splayed legs and drawer with early red paint, 26” tall and top measures 30.5” X 21”.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $495.00


VERY GOOD 18TH CENTURY CHERRY ONE DRAWER TABLE WITH TAPERED LEGS, drawer front has inlay with original brass acorn pull, top has battens, 30” tall and top 22” X 24”.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $495.00


VERY FINE 19TH CENTURY SET OF SIX DECORATED PLANK BOTTOM CHAIRS, with red paint and gold stenciled deer, eagle, and leaf decoration.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $495.00


VERY GOOD PENNSYLVANIA SIDEBOARD with gallery top with two rolled drawers over two doors resting on ball feet, great red with feather flame decoration, made by John Rupp, Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $715.00


VERY GOOD EARLY 19TH CENTURY WINDSOR SEVEN SPINDLE ARM CHAIR, with old black paint over red paint, signed on base “Made By John Curtis 1802.”

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $660.00


VERY GOOD ORIGINAL LATE 18TH CENTURY CHIPPENDALE WALNUT SLAND LID DESK, with six drawer interior with two file drawers and one door with two drawer and hidden four drawer compartment, four graduated case drawers with original pulls.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $1,265.00


VERY GOOD CIRCA 1840’S PAIR OF OIL ON CANVAS PORTRAIT PAINTINGS OF A YOUNG LADY AND GENTLEMAN, with the last name of Heinze from Frederick, Maryland area, 26.5” X 21.5” They were bought at a public sale in the late 1960’s or 1970’s.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $660.00


VERY GOOD LATE 18TH CENTURY OR EARLY 19TH CENTURY ONE DRAWER TABLE, with tapered legs, two board top with battens, early red paint. Bought at Mary Zinn estate auction from Hanover, Pennsylvania.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $495.00


RARE EARLY SOUTHERN MEAT SAFE, with one screen door flanked by side screen panels, each having two screen panels on high legs, original surface, 4’3” tall X 41” wide X 17” deep.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $715.00


RARE 18TH CENTURY WINDSOR NINE SPINDLE BACK CHAIR, with unusual stretcher base, signed “Seaver and Frost.”

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $797.50


VERY GOOD EARLY 19TH CENTURY PENNSYLVANIA WALNUT TALL CASE GRANDFATHER’S CLOCK, with moon dial with painting of lady in red dress, clock face signed “Jacob Klingman Yorktown.” He was from Reading, Pennsylvania and is listed between there and York, Pennsylvania, walnut case with flat top, chamfered corners and shaped door, 7’8” tall.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $3,960.00


VERY GOOD ORIGINAL 19TH CENTURY SMALL ONE DOOR PRESERVE CUPBOARD, with screen panel back with original mustard color paint with stenciled name “Stoddard’s Patent August 1848,” 26” tall, top size 20” X 20.5”.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $632.50


FINE EARLY PIE CRIMPER, with copper U. S. large cent penny and heart shaped end.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $990.00


VERY GOOD EARLY SMALL WOODEN CROSS BUCK DOUGH TABLE WITH ORIGINAL RED PAINT.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $660.00


WONDERFUL TWO PIECE PENNSYLVANIA YORK COUNTY SEVEN FOOT TALL STEP BACK CORNER CUPBOARD, with original red and black sponge and feather paint decoration, top has one nine panel glass door and base has three drawers over two doors resting on ball feet. This cupboard was bought at the Raubenstine estate on Baltimore St., Hanover around 1973 from Crawford’s Auction.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $4,290.00


VERY GOOD 19TH CENTURY SMALL ONE DOOR STORAGE SHELF CUPBOARD WITH RED PAINT, 40.5” tall X 26” wide X 12” deep.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $935.00


EARLY COUNTRY TAPERED LEG STAND, with early brown pain with dark mustard decoration on top and sides, top has oval painting with a house, fence, and trees, 29.75” tall and top 20.5” X 21”.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $1,100.00


VERY GOOD EARLY SMALL SIZE ONE DOOR WOODEN CHIMNEY CUPBOARD, with five shelf interior, dovetailed top and original brown paint, 5” tall X 16” wide X 9.5” deep.

Sold at Pa Onsite Auction for the Bob Leese Estate May 16, 2015.

Price Realized: $1,430.00


LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY WROUGHT IRON DOOR LATCH. Double tulip ends, disc shaped thumb latch, arched handle with central band decoration. 12.25"l. x 5.625"w.

Condition: Good with some rust and pitting.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 15, 2015.

Estimate: $200-400

Price Realized: $1000 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


FINE EARLY 19TH CENTURY WROUGHT IRON AND BRASS INLAID FOUR PIECE UTENSIL SET. Brass large bowl ladle, 24"l.; brass large bowl skimmer, 23.5"l.; brass small bowl ladle, 18.25"; meat fork, 20"l.

Condition: Good, with scattered pitting and use wear, minor repairs.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 15, 2015.

Estimate: $1,000-1,500

Price Realized: $2,100 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


PENNSYLVANIA 19TH CENTURY TOLEWARE COFFEE POT. Polychrome floral, fruit and foliate decoration on a Japanned ground. Slightly domed lid with C-scroll reinforced handle, straight spout and tapered body. 8.52"h.

Condition: Very good, some wear.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 15, 2015.

Estimate: $800-1,200

Price Realized: $1,800 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


RED SPATTER CHINA STAR PATTERN PANELED PLATE. Red, green and blue central six pointed star with red spatter starburst field. 9.5" diameter.

Condition: Very good.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 15, 2015.

Estimate: $500-800

Price Realized: $1,000 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


RYE STRAW COIL BEE SKEP WITH CARVED BRANCH HANDLE. 16.5" h. overall. 16" diameter.

Condition: Very good, age wear.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 15, 2015.

Estimate: $100-300

Price Realized: $750 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


PENNSYLVANIA EARLY 19TH CENTURY HOT AND MISS PATTERN HOOKED RUG. Mounted on a wood stretcher. 33" x 39.25".

Condition: Good, minor wear.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 15, 2015.

Estimate: $200-400

Price Realized: $1,500 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


LARGE 19TH CENTURY TOLEWARE DOCUMENT BOX. Polychrome decoration on Japanned ground with unusual house scene on front panel. Dome lid with bale handle, hanging loop. 13'H. X 13.75"W. X 9.75" d.

Condition: Fair to good, losses to decoration, scratches, missing part of hasp.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 15, 2015.

Estimate: $100-300

Price Realized: $2,100 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


ANTIQUE GERMAN KUGEL, Green Blown Glass Gourd Form. 5"h.

Condition: Good with minor wear.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 15, 2015.

Estimate: $1,000-2,000

Price Realized: $3,000 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


ANTIQUE GERMAN KUGEL, Silver Ribbed Blown Glass Egg Form. 5.25" h.

Condition: Very good.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 15, 2015.

Estimate: $500-1,000

Price Realized: $2,900 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


ANTIQUE GERMAN KUGEL, Gold Blown Mold Glass Geometric Cluster of Grapes. 4.5" h.

Condition: Very good.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 15, 2015.

Estimate: $300-500

Price Realized: $5,000 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


ANTIQUE GERMAN KUGEL, Red Blown Mold Glass Cluster of Grapes. 4.5" h.

Condition: Very good.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 15, 2015.

Estimate: $400-600

Price Realized: $5,500 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


HAND MOLDED AND TURNED GLAZED REDWARE POTTERY DOLL HEAD. Yellow and brown glaze, with incised features, hair in a braided pony tail. 3.25"h.

Condition: Very good, crazing.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 16, 2015.

Estimate: $200-400

Price Realized: $2,500 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


19TH CENTURY BROWN GLAZED OHIO SEWER TILE ROOSTER FIGURE. Life size with hand molded details, platform base inscribed "AGNES". 17"h.

Condition: Very good.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 16, 2015.

Estimate: $400-600

Price Realized: $1,550 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


RARE UNSIGNED “JULY 1859” COBALT BLUE SLIP DECORATED THREE GALLON STONEWARE POTTERY CROCK. Molded rim, incised bands and ear handles. 14"h.

Condition: Good, with minor chips and a couple of hairlines, interior with lime or calcium build-up.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 16, 2015.

Estimate: $3,000-5,000

Price Realized: $8,500 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


19TH CENTURY SINGLE PIECE TULIP PATTERN TURNED WOOD BUTTER PRINT. Deeply gouged carved tulip with star and foliate motif, carved sawtooth border. 5" diameter. X 2.5"h.

Condition: Good with edge wear.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 16, 2015.

Estimate: $200-400

Price Realized: $750 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


RARE SOAP HOLLOW MINIATURE BLANKET CHEST, attributed to John Sala, signed "JKM 1851", grain painted with gilt stenciling, central horse and rider with a bird atop his head, flanked by urns of flowers and checkered band border, black painted base with vine and star decoration. Poplar wood with molded lid, dovetailed case, interior till, molded bracket base with shaped cut-out skirt. Pictured in "Soap Hollow The Furniture and its Makers" by Charles R. Muller, page 72. 14"h. x 23"w. x 12.5"d.

Condition: Very good, edge wear and minor scratches.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 16, 2015.

Estimate: $20,000-30,000

Price Realized: $30,000 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


PENNSYLVANIA 19TH CENTURY SINGLE PART TURNED MAPLE BUTTER PRINT. . Heart and tulip carved motif with sawtooth border, top of tapered handle signed H.F. 3.25"h. x 3" diameter.

Condition: Very good, use wear and minor age crack.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 16, 2015.

Estimate: $200-400

Price Realized: $1,100 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


PENNSYLVANIA 19TH CENTURY MORTISE LEG FOOT STOOL, Single skirt drawer, filed scalloped edge and old apple green paint. 9"h. x 14.5"w. x 7"d.

Condition: Good, paint wear.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 16, 2015.

Estimate: $200-400

Price Realized: $3,000 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


LANCASTER COUNTY 19TH CENTURY GRAIN PAINTED SOFTWOOD MINIATURE MILK CUPBOARD. Molded cornice, single panel door with Bennington pull, interior shelf and arched cut-out feet. 17.25"h. x 14.25"w/ x 18.5"d.

Condition: Good with surface wear, restoration to door latch.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 16, 2015.

Estimate: $300-500

Price Realized: $1,600 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


JACOB EICHOLTZ (LANCASTER, PA 1776-1842) OIL ON CANVAS PORTRAIT OF ANTHONY ALBRIGHT, Circa. 1811. (Unsigned). Anthony (Anton) Albright, Born Oct. 13, 1781, died of cholera Oct. 26, 1834, was the son of John Albright (Albrecht), (1745-1806) and his wife Anna Maria Kohl (1758-1803). He married Susan Sheib (1782-1862) on July 24, 1807, at the First Reformed Church, Lancaster. There were seven children of this marriage. Albright operated a bookstore and print shop on North Prince Street, Lancaster. Half-length figure, seated, facing right front with right elbow on table and hand to face, left hand holding a printer's composing stick, straight light brown hair worn long over forehead, short sideburns, blue eyes, warm coloring in face and hands; white shirt and small bow tie, white waistcoat with high collar; dark coat with high rolled collar; at left a paper laying on table covered with green cloth; plain background in tones of grey and brown. An inscription on back of the portrait reads "Anthony Albright - born Oct. 13, 1781 - picture made at age of 30 years - 1811. Died Oct. 26, 1834". Image size 26.5" x 23.25", in a period gilt molded frame, 39" x 34" overall.

Condition: Very Good, professionally relined and minor restorations.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 16, 2015.

Estimate: $3,000-5,000

Price Realized: $5,250 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


IMPORTANT LITITZ MORAVIAN GIRLS’ SCHOOL THEOREM, Fruit basket painting on velvet signed "Juliet Witmer fecit Litiz, 1825". Pictured in "The Ornamental Branches" Needlework and Arts from the Lititz Moravian Girls' School Between 1800 and 1865, by Patricia T. Herr, Page 26. Image size 14.5" x 18.5" in a modern painted wood corner block frame, 21.75" x 24.625" overall.

Condition: Good, some staining.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 16, 2015.

Estimate: $5,000-10,000

Price Realized: $7,000 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


19TH CENTURY ALPHABET AND VERSE NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER, Signed Pricilla Brittain, Aged 8 Year, Kirby School, April 23rd 1844. Two story house, birds, trees and floral devices. Zig zag floral border. Image size 19.5" x 18.52", in a period mahogany veneered and molded frame, 24/25" x 23.25" overall.

Condition: Very good.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 16, 2015.

Estimate: $2,000-3,000

Price Realized: $2,800 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


SCHWENKFELDER POLYCHROME WATERCOLOR ON PAPER FRAKTUR DRAWING. Signed L.W. 1846. Urn of flowers, berries and foliate motif. Image size 11.5" x 9.5", in a period walnut corner block frame with applied turned stiles, 14.5" x 12.5" overall.

Condition: Very good, minor tears and even darkening.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 16, 2015.

Estimate: $1,000-2,000

Price Realized: $3,200 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


VERY FINE PENNSYLVANIA 19TH CENTURY PAINTED CHILD’S SETTEE. Shaped crest rail, half spindle back, scrolled arms, plank seat, turned splayed legs with stretcher support. Bold original green paint with yellow and red highlights, rose and foliate decals on crest rail, blue and green urn of flowers in medallion on central splat decoration. 23.5"h. x 36"w. x 11.5"d., Seat height is 11.5".

Condition: Very good, all original with some cracquelier.

Sold at Conestoga Auctions May 16, 2015.

Estimate: $5,000-10,000

Price Realized: $6,000 (Does not include buyer’s premium)


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