Leo Legare Auctioneer Sale March 28th, 2019 Listing – Updated 03/21/2019

  1. Country stretcher base dining table reproduced with old lumber, 7’ x 36’ x 28’

  2. Hooked rug, geometric with floral center, 35” x 50” some damage

  3. Lot 3 child’s ladder-back arm chairs

  4. Hired man’s bed in old red paint

  5. Lot 5 quilt racks various sizes

  6. Hired man’s bed in old paint

  7. Large lot early cast iron fireplace cookware, includes bird spit, pots, crane, peel, toaster, footed skillet, posset pot

  8. Early cast iron fireback urn with flowers, 23 x 27 inches 8.b sold separate, smaller fireback with woman figure, 15 x 17

  9. Large cheese basket, sheet boot sign, candle mold, candle dip holders

  10. Long handle scoop, dug out box, curly maple rolling pin, piggin, candle dipping rack

  11. Lot painted tin shore bird decoys, painting on slate, old auction broadside, brass horse mane comb

  12. Birch six leg drop leaf table, one drawer maple turned leg stand

  13. Canton bowl, pair Wedgewood candle sticks, Wedgewood etc.

  14. Tray lot, stone fruit, silhouette, child’s mug, plate etc.

  15. Steeple top brass and irons, 21 inches 15.b sold separately pair penny foot blade and irons with brass finials 20 inches

  16. Paint decorated Chippendale chair, yolk crest bannister back chair

  17. Country corner chair, weavers chair

  18. Three bed warming pans, one with peacock decoration

  19. Child’s sled, teddy bear, three cast iron still banks

  20. Redware mold, redware jars, jug, green glaze pitcher missing some glazing, ink

  21. Country smalls, knife box, mortar and pestle, wooden square, mixing paddle, bucket

  22. Three mold blown as is, gin bottle, double footed blown decanter

  23. Redware jugs, mold, pitcher, bowls

  24. Two tin sconces, tin lantern, tin chamber stick, brass lantern with bulls eye lens cracked

  25. Redware jug, mold, jars, bowls

  26. Maple two drawer Chippendale blanket chest with exceptional bracket base and cotter pin hinges, 36 inches wide

  27. Curly maple balance scale, 14 ½”

  28. Large gilt Hepplewhite mirror with eagle, flaming urns and eglomise panel

  29. Cobblers bench in figure 8 form

  30. Chinoiserie decorated tall bedside stand by

  31. Small cast iron urn, cast iron jardinière

  32. Grain bin in old blue paint, 55, x 16 x 22h with 3 sections

  33. Bronze bird signed, Oriental bronze Lilly pad

  34. Three champlevé lamps

  35. Cane made from bull’s anatomy

  36. Groceries sign, gold letters on black sand grit background, 10 feet long, 36.a Chocolate sign

  37. Lot pewter tea pot, candle stick, two signed plates, signed charger

  38. Sea chest in blue paint with rope beckets, 38 x 15 x 14”h

  39. Carved and gilt Phoenix bird, 23 x 10h

  40. Four round wooden mixing /chopping bowls

  41. Oriental scatter rug. 29 x 43 inches

  42. Three pewter signed chargers

  43. Early blown squat bottle, blown and etched decanter, 3 blown wines

  44. Brass candle holders includes one capstan, one side push-up

  45. Traveling cased set 18th century decanters with wines and tumblers, one wine missing, one decanter mismatched, 16 x 11 x 10 ½ h

  46. Four early brass candle sticks includes pair Queen Ann, early footed with square base,

  47. Brass microscope, brass binoculars in case, small electric generator

  48. Small early French microscope in leather case signed Mossmann and Colmoir

  49. Small dovetailed six board chest with cotter pin hinges. 21 x 11 10 ½ h.

  50. Chippendale maple slant lid desk with some curl, original brasses and nice step down interior with fan carving and secret compartments

  51. Silver caster by Thomas Grant, Marblehead 1761-1815, 5”h

  52. Three early NH silver table spoons, pair by W. Simes and one by Stephen Hardy, Portsmouth NH

  53. Pair silver table spoons by Saunders Pitman, Providence RI, 9 inches

  54. Three early silver table spoons, Joseph Richardson Sr. Philadelphia, Adriaen Bancker NY, and J. Jackson Baltimore, 9 inches

  55. Lot 7 Continental silver pieces, 12” serving spoon, 3 table spoons, fork, egg cup, salt spoon

  56. Four Boston table spoons, Stephen Emery, David Tyler, William Homes Jr., E. Robinson 10 inches

  57. Silver Caster by Clark, initialed underneath TW, 5 ½ “

  58. Four Boston table spoons, Zachariah Brigden, Davis Tyler 9”, Josiah Austin,, Charlestown and William Homes

  59. Silver can 4”high, has repair at top of handle which blurred the hallmark, The R in the hallmark is still visible

  60. Seven Newburyport table spoons, 2 William Little, 1 Lydia Moulton, Josiah Bartlett, Newbury, 2 J. Moulton, 1 J. Stickney

  61. Unsigned caster has engraved winged Lion with crown. 5 ½ “

  62. Four NH table spoons, Pair T. Chandler, odd T. Chandler and John Ward Gilman, Exeter NH

  63. Early American silver porringer by John Burt, Boston, has damage to top of handle, 5” diameter, engraved initials on handle T over BM

  64. Three early silver spoons, J. Baldwin, L. Bailey, Rice

  65. Three early silver table spoons, J. B. Faure and a pair w/hallmarks I couldn’t make out

  66. Ten Newburyport teaspoons, 2 J. Moulton, 6 Edward Davis, William Moulton and William Coffin Little, Amesbury MA.

  67. Seven NH tea spoons, 3 W. Simes, Portsmouth, 2 T. Gerrish, Portsmouth and 2 John W. Gilman, Exeter, NH

  68. Seven NH tea spoons, 2 T. Chandler, Concord, 3 Samuel Drowne, Portsmouth and 2 T. P. Drown

  69. Lot 9 miscellaneous tea spoons, ML, NK, ?H, WI, JC, CB, T. Earl and more

  70. Lot 10 miscellaneous tea spoons, ML, pair WH, pair WG, CB, Samuel Merriman, LM, Thomas Arnold, Newport RI

  71. Lot 9 miscellaneous silver tea spoons, JW, TS, IS, BB, William Swan, Worcester, 2 D. Rogers Ipswich, some not legible

  72. Eleven silver tea spoons, pair DP, IL, 4 IB, 3 JW, 2 not legible

  73. Five Boston spoons, Nathaniel Hurd, 2 Burt, 2 Stephen Emery,

  74. Set 6 coin silver spoons marked C&N, 1 R. Gove Laconia, set 4 Samuel Bartlett

  75. Set 6 J. Moulton Newburyport tea spoons

  76. Set six tea spoons marked CB, six silver on copper tea spoons

  77. 18th Cent. Continental silver spoon, 18th Cent style Continental spoon, 3 English mustard spoons

  78. 18th Cent. silver buckle, small ladle by Alexander Croucheshanks, Boston MA, scissor form sugar tongs with shell ends, mustard spoon by J. W. Forbes, NY, NY

  79. Set 4 silver rat tail table spoons hallmark Thomas Arnold, Newport RI, 8 inches

  80. Silver caster by Elias Pelletreau, NY, NY and Hampton Long Island, N.Y. later Simsbury CT., 5 ½ inches h. body engraved initials CLS

  81. Set 5 table spoons by Samuel Drowne, Portsmouth NH, 8 ½ inches

  82. Silver porringer by J. Butler, Boston MA, 5 ½ diameter, handle is 2 ¾ inches and engraved S over T L, has old minor repair in bowl

  83. Silver table spoon by Paul Revere, 8 ½ inches, excellent condition with crisp hallmark, see pics

  84. Pair silver table spoons by William Griggs, NY, NY, 8 ¾ inches

  85. !8th Century silver tankard by John Burt, Boston MA, marked each side of handle and on bottom with his full name in two lines appearing in an ellipse. 8 ½ inches to top of finial, 5 ¼ base diameter, excellent condition

  86. Silver table spoon by Philadelphia PA silversmith Charles Wiltberger, front is bright cut with initials EV in script, reverse has bird and vine on bowl where rat tail is located, also sold with silver table spoon marked AL, 9 inches

  87. Pair silver tablespoons by Stephen Emery, Boston MA. Has shell where handle meets bowl, 8 ½”

  88. Two silver tablespoons by Stephen Emery Boston MA, 9 ½ and 9 inches

  89. Silver ladle by Boston silversmith Zachariah Brigden, dragooned border and engraved initials C over BS, 14 ½ inches, has slight stress crack where rat tail meets bowl

  90. Pair silver table spoons with hallmark JM for either John McMullan or John Murdock, Philadelphia, PA. 9 inches

  91. Samuel Parmelee, Guilford CT silver table spoon 7 ¾ inches and table spoon by D. Parsons, 9”

  92. John B. Jones table spoon with shell handle, set 6 J.S. Curtis coin silver tea spoons, 1 early tea spoon marked CB, one odd coin tea spoon

  93. Miscellaneous coin silver apx. 7 troy oz

  94. New York walnut gaming table with spool legs and trestle feet

  95. L and JG Stickley two drawer oak library table, 54 x 31 ½ x 29h

  96. Arts and crafts oil painting by Arnold Schwartz, 20 x 24 has small hole in sky

  97. Water color, stream, 8 x 13 signed A. F. Davis 1894

  98. Limbert oak library table with one drawer48 x 28 x 29h

  99. Oak top and cast iron base drafting table

  100. Country Sheraton 4 tier stand or étagère

  101. Splay leg single stretcher cherry table with drawer

  102. 18th Cent. Italian book stand with marquetry

  103. Two mahogany Chippendale side chairs with slip seats

  104. Mahogany tapered led NH card table with diamond panel inlay top of legs

  105. Lot 4 pieces cut glass as is

  106. Pair mission oak twin beds, contemporary

  107. Sterling silver flatware set, 43 pieces apx. 42 troy oz. not including knives,

  108. Tool chest and tools containing wood planes by J. Kellogg

  109. Oak bakers table

  110. Edison Standard cylinder record player with apx. 20 records

  111. Pair brass lemon top andirons, 20 inches h

  112. Lignum Vitae mortar and pestle, candle box with sliding lid

  113. American flag streamer or banner, apx. 6 ft. long

  114. Wrought iron standing lighting device, primitive wrought iron and wood base candle light

  115. Oil on canvas, wagons stopped for man hunting bird at stream,

  116. Buddy L steam shovel, original paint

  117. Lot spool shelf, bellows, document box, wood scoop, chopping bowl, etc.

  118. Lot tin and wood grater, nitty knotty, chopping board, copper fish mold, document box, ladle, door knocker

  119. Lot tole boxes, carriage clock, hand bell, document box, early steam iron, ink well etc.

  120. Lot 27 pattern glass goblets including Mephistopheles ale glass with amber color and Sandwich Star goblet with minor chips on knob stem, two moon and star, hairpin with thumbprint, ash burton, buckle, maple leaf, 3 deer, frosted lion, bellflower, waffle and thumbprint, colonial, magnet and grape, prism, Lincoln drape

  121. Map of the world 1810 “from the latest discoveries”, drawn by Mary B. Hall, Medford MA, Nov 1810

  122. Early newspapers include Massachusetts Centinel 1784, Columbian Centinel 1792, American Temperance Society 1831 and approximately 25 Boston and NY Civil War era newspapers

  123. Lot Civil War prints includes large ( 22 x 17 ) folio of Gettysburg by Batchelder, set of restrike prints Civil War battle scenes by Kurz and Allison

  124. Lot maps and atlas of North Andover area including pencil of Phillips Andover Academy by Virginia Powel,

  125. 1940’S Mahogany 2 part highboy with fan carving

  126. Wildlife painting on board featuring ducks, pheasant, deer etc., 6’2” x

  127. Sheraton bed posts, trundle bed

  128. Cherry 18th century hooded cradle, two child’s rockers, bassinette

  129. Lot postcards, lot stereo cards

  130. Post card lot 104 Santa Claus subject

  131. Post card lot 54 unusual metamorphic, silks, USS Titanic, fade away and Halloween cards

  132. Post card lot 96 discontinued Railroad post office cancellations

  133. Lot 77 arcade cards from 1950-60 era, singers and stars include Beatles

  134. Lot 128 arcade cards of early aviation in two sets of sleeves

  135. Lot of 104 Holiday post cards including early Santa Claus

  136. Lot 140 mostly Railroad station post cards

  137. Lot 112 transportation post cards, ships, planes, horse drawn vehicles

  138. Lot 182 early 20th Century pin-up and arcade cards

  139. Miscellaneous lot ephemera includes Naval submarine covers, stereo views, sports cards

  140. Lot 411 tobacco cards, trains, race horses, dogs

  141. Lot 150 cigarette tobacco cards, track and field, boxing and animals

  142. Lot 290 miscellaneous tobacco cards, animals, cowboys etc.

  143. Lot 151 tobacco cards, 45 tobacco silks, some mixed ephemera

  144. Lot stamps-mint US panels, revenues, miscellaneous others

  145. Lot 100 trade cards, unusual “hold to light” puzzles etc.

  146. Lot apx. 350 post cards mostly views

  147. Lot apx. 500 miscellaneous post cards, mostly Massachusetts views

  148. Lot apx. 450 postcards of miscellaneous views

  149. Sheraton mahogany 6 leg drop-leaf table, hinges broken

  150. Lot 11 country chairs include ladder-back arm rocker, Sargent LB side chairs, bannister-back side chair etc.

  151. Heavy gold woman’s necklace, marked 750 and signed URBANO, 73.2 grams or 47.068 dwt

  152. Oval blue sapphire approximately 1.91 carat 14K gold ring with 12 approximately 0.08 carat diamonds (sizes are estimates) band has been cut for sizing, 3.15 dwt including gem stones

  153. Diamond and 14K gold bracelet, 5.53 dwt including stones, 50 diamonds

  154. Gold necklace marked 750, 38.8 grams or 24.948 dwt,

  155. Gold and diamond bracelet, 12.345 dwt including stones, 32 diamonds

  156. Diamond and garnet bracelet 14K mark worn, 12.1 grams or 7.78 dwt, missing one garnet near clasp, 23 diamonds and 22 garnets

  157. Gold bracelet with blue stones, 14K, 17.8 grams or 11.445 dwt

  158. Gold band bracelet 14K has dent 9.2 dwts, sold with 14K tie pin with pearl, 1.4 dwts with pearl

  159. Gold and diamond bracelet marked 925, 9.516 dwt including stones, 34 diamonds

  160. Gold bracelet 14K marked Italy with 40 tiny diamonds, 12.795 dwts

  161. Gold pendant and chain both marked 14K; pendant has 38 tiny diamonds, 21.09 dwts

  162. Two strands of silver beads

  163. Man’s 14K deco style ring with blue stone, band is bent, 10.545 DWTS including small stone

  164. Woman’s 14K topaz and diamond ring

  165. Three Ladies 14K rings, emeralds 1.59 dwts, aqua marine 1.86 dwts and garnet 1.86 dwts

  166. Two Ladies 14K rings with small diamonds, 4.56 dwts and 3.6 dwts

  167. Two 14K men’s gold rings, train 8.359 dwts, plain band tested 8.29 dwts

  168. Two 14K Ladies rings 4.37 dwts and 4.69 encrusted with diamonds

  169. Woman’s 18K ring encrusted with diamonds, 7.39 dwts

  170. Ladies 18K two color double band ring, 5.9 dwts

  171. Sterling ring with green enamel, sterling ring with 14K bands around band of small diamonds, sterling band

  172. American Flyer train set

  173. Lot painted photographs by Wallace Nutting, Sawyer etc.

  174. Paint decorated one drawer blanket chest

  175. Vintage Coca Cola cooler , dent in lid, Folk art wooden stick telephone

  176. Lot 5 early leather bound books

  177. Baseball mask, gloves and ball

  178. Violin in early wooden case

  179. Dress makers manikin on iron stand

  180. Box lot etchings and engravings

  181. Box lot English and French military framed prints

  182. Box lot English and French engravings and prints

  183. Box lot English and French engravings and prints

  184. Lot early engravings and prints, poor condition

  185. 3 boxes minerals, fossils, interesting stones

  186. Two boxes miscellaneous smalls and parts including oculars

  187. Box lot nautical charts, calendars etc.

  188. Lot 3 boxes ephemera, gas station maps, Science magazines etc.

  189. Lot 5 holsters including western style tooled leather with belt

  190. Lot 6 trunks and pine boxes containing a variety of smaller boxes and tins

  191. Lot early blown caster bottles

  192. Caribou mount

  193. Gun safe

  194. Winchester model 94AE, 30/30 caliber action rifle

  195. Finnish Moisan-Nagant, model 1935, military bolt action rifle

  196. US Rifle caliber 30 M1, Springfield Armory, 876773, with bayonet and sheath

  197. Mossberg 12 gauge pump action shot gun, retailed by Ducks Unlimited

  198. Books, early weaponry

  199. Leather costrel or canteen with bunghole, one side engraved IE 1753, the other IH 1752, looks like an early make-do into a mug or a measure

  200. Box lot books, American Indian subject matter

  1. Blunderbuss with pivot attachment, 32 ¼” overall length, barrel 17 inches, brass fittings and lock plate which is signed Amsterdam, top of breech is marked XXXI, 18th Cent. probably made for the English market

  1. Flintlock musket with curly maple stock, plate signed St. Etienne, HB under crown, two circles under reservoir, overall length is 65 ¾”, barrel length is 50”, iron butt plate and trigger guard, brass side plate. American, assembled from various used and trade parts.

  1. Primitive American flintlock musket, 60 1/4” long, 44” barrel, stock has metal repair just behind hammer plate, no marks found, iron trigger guard and flintlock plate, no butt plate

  1. Colonial American flintlock fowler, 60 ¼” long , 44 7/8” barrel, iron trigger guard, butt plate and side plate, maple stock “Roman Nose” initialed SA also has small x. There is a crack in the stock behind the flintlock plate seen underneath where trigger guard is, tip of forend restored.

  1. 18th century percussion cap conversion musket, 60 ½”, barrel 44 ½”, lock faintly signed possibly Mouberg, early make-do, walnut stock has old leather applied to chin stock 1 ¼ inch extension to end of butt stock.

  1. Flintlock hunting gun, 48 ½” long, barrel 32 ¾”, Flintlock plate is signed I. Field with dog and birds engraved, hammer also engraved, steel engraved trigger guard, engraved behind breech,

  1. Flintlock re-enactment buccaneers trade musket made from old parts, 66” long, barrel 50 ¾”,

  1. Swivel cannon from British war ship, 28” including turned wooden tiller, 18 ½” brass barrel, 21” including handle socket, bore approximately 7/8”

  1. Signal cannon 17 ½” including carriage, barrel only is 14 ½” , bore approximately 7/8”

  1. Signal cannon, 10” barrel on made up blue carriage, bore ¾”

  1. Signal cannon, 8” barrel, ¾” bore, 15” including original oak carriage which has a W carved into it behind the breech

  1. Two cannon balls, cannon double (bar shot) projectile

  1. Scale model Civil War Cannon, 15 inch barrel with approximately a ¾ inch bore, cannon and carriage 27 inches, wheels 11 ½ inch diameter

  1. Flintlock pistol signed Grice 1760 behind cock, signed Crown over GR and small Crown with arrow under flash pan, also stamped on breech Crown GR and Crown and arrow. Has initials on side of breech WG, brass trigger guard engraved B over 50, 15 ½ in. with 8 ¾ inch barrel probably reduced in length early on

  1. Pair flintlock pistols signed Blyth, 14 ½ in. long, turned barrel 8 ½ in. Breech engraved London, side of breech has 3 hall marks Crown over V, heart over initials HP?, and crown over a head, early stock repairs to one pistol forward of lock

  1. 18th Century sea service flintlock pistol signed Tower with Crown over GR mark, also smaller Crown with arrow under flash pan, 19 ½ inches long, barrel is 12 inches, has brass fittings and metal belt hook. Breech has 3 Crown and GR stamps and initialed on one side of breech

  1. Flintlock pistol signed St. Etienne, 13 in. long with 7 1/8 inch tapered barrel, has brass fittings including lock plate and flash pan, iron cock, has iron belt hook

  1. Flintlock pistol signed R. Gill, Richmond, 11 ¾ inches, turned and tapered barrel is 6 ¾ inches and unscrews before the lock plate, no ram rod attached, has 3 hall marks in front of trigger guard under Gill signature, has engraved and incised animal face on butt plate, probably an excellent reproduction.

  1. 18th century bayonet, triangular blade 15 ¾ long, has leather scabbard missing it’s tip, scabbard has brass suspension stud

  1. 18th century bayonet, triangular blade, 18 ½ inches long, has leather scabbard with leather belt loop,

  1. 18th century bayonet, triangular blade, 16 ¼ inches long, has leather scabbard with incised line decoration, scabbard missing approximately 2 inches of tip

  1. Letter of petition by Benjamin West for back pay

  1. Four leather shot pouches, wooden bullet mold

  1. Exceptional 18th century tinder lighter, has candle socket and turned wooden handle and sliding lid tinder box

  1. Revolutionary war era wood and leather cartridge box, holds 24 paper cartridges, (Newman #43) dimensions, 9 ½ wide x 3 ¼ deep x 4 ¼ high, excellent condition.

  1. Revolutionary War era wood and leather cartridge box, holds 24 paper cartridges, bowed for body contour, 9 ¼ w. x 2” d. x 3 ½ h. worn condition

  1. Two rundlet type canteens, 2 7/8 x 3 ½ in red wash is initialed DMH, the other 5 ½ x 4 inches initialed AP

  1. Revolutionary War era round canteen 6 ½ inch round, 7 ¾ high including spout, encompassed by two iron hoops, has old blue pain and initials JB, has old or original wooden stopper

  1. Scrimshaw powder horn “John Marble his horn 1765” 12 3/3 inches, John Marble was from Sutton MA and is buried in Dixfield ME, He was in the Revolutionary War , marched at the Alarm of Lexington and under the command of LT. Bolton and Col. Ebenezer Lenard. Some history included.

  1. Engraved powder horn belonging to Caleb Butters mid 1700’s with Rampant Lion wearing crown opposing rampant unicorn, has 4 cannons, fort, floral vine and compass, 11 inches, has initials CB carved on base. Verbal history via family descendant.

  1. Lot 3 powder horns a) is 14 inches including large wooden base section with wooden stopper and has crude floral vine deeply carved into horn b) is 12 ½ inches including bulbous wooden base, horn is plain with no scrimshaw c) is 9 inches, plain with no scrimshaw

  1. Lot 3 powder horns a.) is 12 ½ inches and has early canvas material sewn over the bottom half, bulbous round wooden base, top third has 11 carved panels with 4 notches b) is 12 inches plain with letters S.MOAT ? carved in wooden base c) is 8 ½ inch plain horn

  1. Lot 3 powder horns a) is 12 inches plain no scrim, it is dated on the wooden base 1746 and initialed near spout HS b) is 10 inches and has partial canvas wrap near wooden base, horn crudely initialed JB c) is 10 ½ inches with scrimshaw bands of alternating v’s top and bottom

  1. Lot 3 powder horns a) is 13 inches with crude scrimshaw of man shooting bird from tree, 2 mast ship with flag, house b) is 11 inch plain no scrimshaw horn c) 9 inch horn with eagle under Faith and Hope, lighthouse and shield

  1. Lot 3 powder horns a) 13 inch plain with two relief carved rings, initialed letters under ring F&G, b) 12 inch painted red powder horn with material and string wrapped around base c) Horn powder measure with measure screw cap

  1. Lot 3 powder horns a) is 13 inches plain horn with 1809 date near turned wooden base b) is 12 inches and has faded and worn scrimshaw including a church with steeple, has rosehead nail in wooden base c) brass powder flask

  1. Lot 3 powder horns a) is 13 inches with wooden base and turned handle, plain horn no scrim, has brass spring load dispenser b) is 9 inches with simple cross hatch scrim band at wooden base supporting metal ring, tip has brass spring loaded dispenser c) small flat powder horn as is

  1. Two reproduction scrimshaw powder horns, Morris Fling his horn, Fort William Henry 1756 with scrim of fort, Indian and soldier firing at each other, 14” and Smaller version Morris Fling his horn 1756, Ft William Henry, with Indians firing at soldiers, 8 ½ inches

  1. Hand cannon 3 inches with small loop handle

  1. Spontoon with 16” blade, 85” overall length including haft, haft could be an old replacement

  1. Pike with 9” blade, excellent metal work has brass collar to original connect to curly maple pole, 72” including haft

  1. Pike with 11 ½ inch blade, length is 97” including replaced haft

  1. Pike with 5 ¾ inch blade, 78 ½ inched including haft

  1. Colonial American Halberd with 14 ½ blade, 75” including haft

  1. Revolutionary War period brass hilted hanger, English model 1751, heart shaped brass guard lacks quillion and engraved with fraction 5/42 and M. Leicester, curved single edged blade is engraved SKG over Harvey for maker Samuel Harvey, also has running fox, no scabbard, grips are brass in a twist design

  1. D-shaped brass hilt sword with ribbed bone grip, guard has hall mark possibly JR, straight double edged blade is pitted, Overall length is 35 1/2”, no scabbard

  1. American Revolutionary War period brass hilted hanger with curved blade, brass guard is pierced hearts and diamonds, has old repair, spiral wood turned grip possibly cherry, overall length is 33”

  1. Early Scottish or English basket hilted sword, hilt has open work steel basket and steel pommel and leather grip with brass wrap, overall length is 36”, straight blade with a tripe fuller and is signed ANDREA FERARA with H in a circle

  1. Early Scottish or English basket hilted sword, steel pierced work basket is signed IL outside front, steel cone shaped pommel, leather grip with brass wrap, straight blade with single fuller, overall length is 36 ½”

  1. Revolutionary War period iron hilted cutlass with shell shaped guard, steel pommel and bone grip, no visible markings, overall length is 28”

  1. Revolutionary War period iron hilted cutlass with shell shaped guard, bone handle with decoration, curved blade wit triple fuller is engraved with sunburst a profile in a circle and reads Cassaignard a Nantes over hallmark EX FIN, no scabbard, overall length is 35”

  1. Exquisite European Court sword with pierced pommel and double shell guard, braided wire grip, 38” long overall, has chip towards tip of blade, no scabbard

  1. Revolutionary War era Iron hilt and pommel hanger with crude turned wooden grip, blade has 3 stars incised, 29” overall length

  1. Two early 19th century iron hilted cutlasses, one 30 ½” long with broken blade, and ribbed wooden or leather grip, has partial leather scabbard, One iron hilted cutlass with leather or wooden ribbed grip, slightly curved 23” blade, sword is 27 ½ inched overall, no scabbard

  1. Early European iron hilted cutlass with iron shell guard, slightly curved blade is dated 1745, overall length is 32 ½ inches

  1. Two early iron hilted cutlass with iron grip, one straight blade with single fuller, 30 inches overall, one single fuller 32 inches overall.

  1. Period 1820’s-30’s gentleman’s dress jacket blue

  1. Two reproduction military jackets, one navy uniform

  1. Red velvet man’s purse dated 1765on one side and silver threaded design crown over 2 shields, 8 x 5 missing escutcheon on front

  1. Two Grenadier hats one with Glasgow Highlander badge

  1. Bicorn at with London label very early 19th century sold with eagle badge

  1. Early Sword cane, blade has original bluing and gold star decoration

  1. Stovepipe beaver hat with applies plumage and military badge, British Pith helmet with artillery badge, bicorn hat with Paris label

  1. Pair epaulettes and red shoulder sash

  1. Pair C.W. era shoulder scales signed Horstmann, Philadelphia, pair British Epaulettes

  1. Early shoes, ice cleats

  1. Two traveling flint lighters in tin cases

  1. Brass tobacco box engraved on lid, E. Yates 1807. Note reads commissioned an ensign in U.S. Navy 1787, 5 ¾ x 2 ¼ inches

  1. Tin tobacco box, name on lid Joseph Bryan also decorated with mother and daughter, 7 x 4 inches, metal glasses case, folding glasses and leather snuff box with petitions

  1. Dutch brass and copper tobacco box elaborately engraved scenes from “Eden” dated 1778, 6 x 2

  1. Three hunting pouches

  1. Four leather hunting pouches

  1. Belt Dagger with s shaped brass guard, brass pommel, twisted wooden grip, double edged diamond shape blade and leather scabbard, 10” blade 15” overall length

  1. Early plug bayonet and make do copper scabbard, elliptical brass guard and ferrule with shaped wooden grip, has a triangular shaped blade 9” overall length 13 ¼ inches

  1. Two stag grip knives one scabbard, largest is 13 ½ inches

  1. Lot miscellaneous knives

  1. Lot miscellaneous knives

  1. Turkey caller? made out of bone with scrimshaw borders, 7 inches

  1. Miscellaneous lot 14 pieces, early iron hilt sword with bone handle as is, spike tomahawk, ramrods, slide top box full of flint, for flintlocks, bullet molds, jack knife, wooden hook, dug up flintlock mechanism, wooden canteen stopper, shot holder, fragments

  1. Naval boarding axe marked US on blade, 23L x 10w blade

  1. Boarding axe with hallmark WC and British “broad arrow” marks 22 ½ L. x 8” blade

  1. Four spike tomahawks the largest being 28” L. x 9” blade

  1. Three boarding axes the largest being 27” L x 6” blade signed

  1. Four boarding axes the largest being 22” L. x 6” blade

  1. Small Indian effigy comb made out of bone, 2 ¼ inches

  1. Indian snow shoes, painted drum, model canoes, small carved and painted canoes

  1. Indian travel pot, hand forged copper

  1. Lot 5 Eskimo stone carvings

  1. Lot 5 Eskimo stone carvings

  1. Three Indian Root clubs, the longest being 17”

  1. Two Indian root clubs, 36 and 24 inches

  1. Indian or frontiersman rawhide jacket, outfit probably for re-enactment, complete with gorget, fur lined cap, beaded necklaces, leather hunting pouch, leather boots, knife and scabbard, triple cross with hallmark WE

  1. Three Indian bows, arrows

  1. Lot 83 arrowheads

  1. Lot 30 stone tools, stone hatchet, stone axe heads, stone pestles etc.

  1. Platform stone pipe, 4” L x 2 ¾ inches h.

  1. Stone pipe, 3 ¼ L. x 2 ¼ h.

  1. Stone pipe and clay pipe, 4 ½ inches and 2 ½ inches clay pipe

  1. Pipe tomahawk, 20” L. x 8 inch blade

  1. Bird stone, 3 ½ x 1 ½ inches

  1. Box lot pattern glass lids, ironstone lids etc.

  1. Chippendale mirror

  1. Towle sterling flatware set 55 pieces apx weight not including knives, 59.9oz Troy

  1. Eight point buck deer mount

  1. Masonic sword

  1. Pair snow shoes

  1. Lot 12 jack knives

  1. Mahogany, Lane cedar lined chest

  1. Birdcage Windsor arm chair and two matching sides, unusually small

  1. Tapered leg one drawer stand

  1. Sheraton two part secretary