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This Cobbler's Bench still retains it's beautiful blue paint. Red and green letters painted on white back ground C411 18th century Pennslyvania Cupboard , with the original indigo blue paint , plank door construction, with dovetailed case, single plank door with interior beaded baton and iron H-hinges, beded stiles and arched cut out feet 47" high x 36 1/2 " wide x 14" deep C432 19th Century Wall Scouring box with carved crest above vertical scouring backboard having applied sides above box with carved down-swept sides.

C439 Early 20th century trade sign, adversting fresh dressed Poultry, Springers and Flyers and fresh egg. Simple yet successful country construction; original paint and good patina Sold!

circa 1840-1850 C498 18th century Traven Table circa 1790 two board top with pegs and rose head nails attached to the one drawer base, The base is pegged construction resting on breaded tapered legs in original blue paint SOLD RM666 Nautical Trade or Tavern Sign, Ships Anchor, Found in Center City Philadelphia, 19th Century Wonderful Folk Art Trade sign in original blue weathered paint with traces of lettering that can still be seen.

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RM602 19th century Shenandoah Valley Virginia Wall Box high arched back, with hold for hanging, with a dovetailed case hand painted compote of fruit painted on lid walnut,and yellow pine with a divided interior SOLD B412 Mid 19th century single door Milk Cupboard, with original bittersweet red paint .