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Antique Fairing "The Welsh Tea Party" Made in Germany  - Figurinesin Figurines
Chinese Export Helmet Creamer Late 18th C - Early 19th Century - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
17th Century Child's Bench From Estate Of Opera Singer Frances Yeend - Furniturein Furniture
Morgantown Knickerbocker Hotel Figural Top Hat Cocktail Glass Ruby Red - Art Decoin Art Deco
Reproduction Hand-Painted Folk Art Box - Folk Artin Folk Art
Antique Pennsylvania Plaster Dog - Animalsin Animals
Hand Painted Rose Vase - Fine Artin Fine Art
Tiger Maple and Antler Walking Stick - Accessoriesin Accessories
1930s Bulldog Candy Container USA - Advertisingin Advertising
Shortland Smith's British Barometer - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware

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  1. AnythingObscure, Thank you! I continue to call it a child's bench. fhrjr2, Thank you!
  2. Junior, You are the most precious thing on this site and I REALLY mean it!!!!
  3. VV, I have also missed you and think about you and Junior often. I was so hoping that I would hear from you and my prayers have been answered. Junior is such a little treasure! Hugs back to him :)
  4. walks, Absolutely no problems but thank you for asking :)
  5. Brunswick, Thank you! I thought it may be some type of pew but I never heard of a "side pew." Mrstyndall, Thank you :)
  6. Watchsearcher, Yes, I have already started the research. I am a big genealogy fan. Thank you! jscott, Thank you!
  7. Gillian, Thank you!
  8. Gillian, My dog has claimed it with his cushion :)
  9. jscott, Thank you!
  10. jscott, My friend has been letting go of some of his Frances Yeend treasures. I was so lucky to get this item!!
  11. jscott, Many thanks! I always enjoy hearing from you!
  12. Roycroft, Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.....have I been tempted :)
  13. LaurenRedmond, Yes, great character! I read that this is the best likeness of Washington.
  14. truthordare, I thought that it may be a memorial card. Thank you!
  15. truthordare, Thank you for the kind comment. I believe that the red dog is an Irish setter and the others English setters.
  16. AnythingObscure, I will have to measure since I forget the exact measurement. It is the size of a normal door. Thank you for the comment.
  17. racer, Thank you!
  18. Toyrebel and ho2cultcha, I wish I knew the answer.
  19. jscott, Thanks again!
  20. ho2cultcha, I am actually not sure. The dealer I buy them from calls them plaster dogs (?) Newfld and jscott, Thank you!
  21. jscott, Thank you!
  22. jscott, Thank you!
  23. Watchsearcher and scottvez, Thank you! You are both correct!
  24. bobby725, Yes and thanks!!!
  25. keramikos, That is the problem. There are several that are similar.. Thanks for the comment!
  26. ginasammis, Would love to see. castlerackrent@aol.com
  27. Malkey; Newfld; jscott Thank you for the wonderful comments!!
  28. Manikin, Many thanks! The stamp sold me!
  29. AnythingObscure, I've read about them and have seen them in Sherlock episodes. Otherwise, I wouldn't have a clue as to what they were used for... Thank you for the comment :)
  30. jscott, Many thanks!!!
  31. MALKEY, Thanks for the wonderful comment! All the best to you also!!!
  32. Elisabethan, Yes, a combination Sherlock Holmes/ Gothic/ Weird room. I will share photos when completed.
  33. Elisabethan, Many, many thanks for your kind comments!
  34. Elizabethan, Thank you! Still searching for the pawn Stars episode that featured this item.
  35. Elisabethan, Great idea! I am moving into and old farmhouse and want to see if they can actually be placed into the stone wall. Will try to update.
  36. fortapache, Thank you for the comment!
  37. jscott, As always, thank you :)
  38. fhrjr2, Just glad I'm not using it for work purposes :)
  39. fhrjr2, Thanks for the information. I initially told the antique dealer that I believed it was from the 20s 0r 30s. He insisted that it was earlier, pointing out the way that it was built. Anyway, it...
  40. freiheit, After an exhausting search I found the half doll without the brush, but that is it. It was made in Germany. Thank you!
  41. fhrjr2, Thank you! Very well could be. I tried pushing it but it was very hard to bend over that far. scottvez, Will have to look into this further. Thanks for the comment. I love it either way. ...
  42. jscott, Thank you! I saw those nasty witches and had to have it!
  43. Roycroftbooks, Thank you for the nice comment!
  44. blunder, Thank you! I rarely see these big stars.
  45. Bobby, Not a cane. It is baton length. About a foot long or slightly longer. It is at the house I am moving to. I will have to measure it. I collect canes...definitely not a cane. I love your cane ho...
  46. jscott, Initially left it behind, then ran back to get it and glad I did!
  47. Newfld, TY! Yes, very poisonous. Many met their end being poisoned by nightshade.
  48. blunder, Thank you! It was loads of fun getting it up a flight of stairs but worth it!
  49. Newfld Same here! Trying to create a small Sherlock room.
  50. jscott, Thank you! I have been trying to find that pattern on other pie safes but no luck.
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