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Pook & Pook 1/16/16 Lot: 529.  Estimated: $400 - $800.  Realized Price: $1,968.  Description: Painted pine work table, 19th c., retaining an old blue surface, 29 1/2'' h., 31 1/2'' w., 16'' d. Provenance: The Estate of Mark and Joan Eaby, Brownstown, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.  Condition: Overall good condition. Expected wear. Paint is old but not original.

Pook & Pook 1/16/16 Lot: 529. Estimated: $400 - $800. Realized Price: $1,968. Description: Painted pine work table, 19th c., retaining an old blue surface, 29 1/2'' h., 31 1/2'' w., 16'' d. Provenance: The Estate of Mark and Joan Eaby, Brownstown, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Condition: Overall good condition. Expected wear. Paint is old but not original.

New England, probably Maine, 1820-1830 Pine with original paint and decorations 28 ½ x 23 ¾ x 17 inchesDealer At Work Page 4 | Folk Art www.usfolkart.com

New England, probably Maine, 1820-1830 Pine with original paint and decorations 28 ½ x 23 ¾ x 17 inchesDealer At Work Page 4 | Folk Art www.usfolkart.com

Skinner's - Ellie Hoover Collection.  August 9, 2015 Lot 1119.   Estimate $1,500-2,500.   Realized: $7,380.         Description:   Hepplewhite Paint-decorated One-drawer Stand, Pennsylvania, c. early 19th century, with blue sponge paint on an olive green ground, ht. 27 1/4, wd. 18 1/2 in.

Skinner's - Ellie Hoover Collection. August 9, 2015 Lot 1119. Estimate $1,500-2,500. Realized: $7,380. Description: Hepplewhite Paint-decorated One-drawer Stand, Pennsylvania, c. early 19th century, with blue sponge paint on an olive green ground, ht. 27 1/4, wd. 18 1/2 in.

Rare Chatham/Wake County Area North Carolina Paint-Decorated Yellow Pine Side Table Chatham/Wake County area, fine original painted surface, the drawer facing inscribed �Rebecca Griffin�, the skirt dated 1845, stylized yellow paint decoration on black and red grain-painted brown, yellow pine throughout, cut nail construction, turned legs and feet, 30-1/2 x 29 x 24-1/2 in.

Rare Chatham/Wake County Area North Carolina Paint-Decorated Yellow Pine Side Table Chatham/Wake County area, fine original painted surface, the drawer facing inscribed �Rebecca Griffin�, the skirt dated 1845, stylized yellow paint decoration on black and red grain-painted brown, yellow pine throughout, cut nail construction, turned legs and feet, 30-1/2 x 29 x 24-1/2 in.

Queen Anne painted octagonal-top tea table  Rhode Island, circa 1760  Private collection

Queen Anne painted octagonal-top tea table Rhode Island, circa 1760 Private collection

North Carolina Hepplewhite Cellaret Sold $15,000

North Carolina Hepplewhite Cellaret Sold $15,000

Conestoga Auctions -  Harry B. Hartman Estate Auction - Session II  May 16, 2015.  Lot 713.      Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000. Realized: $4,235.   Description:  Pennsylvania Queen Anne Stretcher Base Farm Table. Pin top, two lip molded drawers, vasiform and ring turned legs, stretcher base. 30"h. x 56"w. x 35"d. Condition: Good, expected wear, some stains and burns to top.

Conestoga Auctions - Harry B. Hartman Estate Auction - Session II May 16, 2015. Lot 713. Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000. Realized: $4,235. Description: Pennsylvania Queen Anne Stretcher Base Farm Table. Pin top, two lip molded drawers, vasiform and ring turned legs, stretcher base. 30"h. x 56"w. x 35"d. Condition: Good, expected wear, some stains and burns to top.

Rockingham County, Virginia, paint decorated, turkey breast drawer stand, Jeffrey Evans, $14,000.

Rockingham County, Virginia, paint decorated, turkey breast drawer stand, Jeffrey Evans, $14,000.

Pook & Pook 1/13/17 Lot 141.  Estimate: $5,000 - 10,000. Realized: $14,400.    Description: Rare Southern Chippendale walnut server, ca. 1770, probably Virginia, 37'' h., 34'' w. Provenance: Titus Geesey.  Condition: 21" d. Original engraved brasses. Yellow pine & cedar secondaries. Slender patch above lock. Finish on legs a little washed out. Foot appliques appear to be original. Overall very good original condition.

Pook & Pook 1/13/17 Lot 141. Estimate: $5,000 - 10,000. Realized: $14,400. Description: Rare Southern Chippendale walnut server, ca. 1770, probably Virginia, 37'' h., 34'' w. Provenance: Titus Geesey. Condition: 21" d. Original engraved brasses. Yellow pine & cedar secondaries. Slender patch above lock. Finish on legs a little washed out. Foot appliques appear to be original. Overall very good original condition.

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