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1 Maker unknown. MILK GLASS RIBBED BASE SALT SHAKER.
C. 1900. 
Mould blown. 3 h. Maker unknown. C. 1900. Pewter lid with center nipple. Shown only in Peterson, 36(U). One rib has a very tiny chip on the bottom o/w Fine (No defects). 
Price: 7.50 USD
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2 Unknown BREYERS ICE CREAM ASHTRAY - Pre 1951.
Unknown 
Ceramic. Hexagonal (6-sided). 4 1/2 - 4 3/4 d. The center has an oval green line outlined in a thinner line of orange within which is Eat Breyers [within green leaf in red] Ice Cream all ways in orange letters. The glaze is a creamy ivory with silver trim on the outer & inner rims. 3 molded cigarette rests. The bottom carries the slogan (in silver letters): Consistently Superior Since 1866within a silver ring surrounding New York Philadelphia Washington Newark. The Eat Breyers Ice Cream all ways slogan was used at least as early as 1930 and into the early 1950s. The color, shape, absence of ribs between the rests, & backstamp all pre-date the anniversay ashtrays first issued in 1951 and thereafter. Minor wear to silver rims o/w Fine. 
Price: 16.00 USD
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3 Unknown CANADA DRY BOTTLE OPENER / CAP LIFTER.
Unknown 
Flat steel cap lifter without hanging hole. Stamped Canada Dry against crosshatched background. Obverse blank. 3 1/4 l. Bull No. C-14. Some light tarnish on back o/w VeryGood, i.e. signs of careful use with no significant defects. NOTE: Shipping for this item via 1st Class Mail is $3.00. Your shipping charge will appear as $4.00 in the Shopping Cart, but will be lowered before your credit card is charged. 
Price: 3.00 USD
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4 Unknown CLIQUOT CLUB GINGER ALE & SARSAPARILLA BOTTLE OPENER / CAP
Unknown 
Flatten wire type. Stamped Cliquot Club Ginger Ale on one side. Obverse stamped Cliquot Club Sarsaparilla. 3 1/4 l. Bull No. E-9. Overall rust damage, but stampings are readable. NOTE: Shipping for this item via 1st Class Mail is $3.00. Your shipping charge will appear as $4.00 in the Shopping Cart, but will be lowered before your credit card is charged. 
Price: 3.00 USD
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5 Unknown MILK GLASS ARCHED PLUMES SALT SHAKER.
C. 1900 
Mold blown. 3 1/8 h. x 2 3/8 w. Original plated brass top with little plate remaining. Lechner Bk. 2, p. 169 except no decoration or signs of ever having been decorated. Maker unknown. C. 1900. In-the-making roughness around the top rim o/w Fine (No defects). 
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6 Unknown MILK GLASS VINE SALT SHAKER.
C. 1900 
4 vertical embossed vines with pink stain wash in the panels between. Mold blown. 2 1/2 h. x 2 w. across base. Peterson 42(V). Not shown in any Lechner volume. Shaker is Fine (no defects). Nickelplated brass top, which differs from the top shown in Peterson, has dents, some wear, and enlarged holes. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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7 Unknown PRESIDENT MCKINLEY MEMORIAL GLASS PLATTER/ BREAD PLATE.
C. 1901 
Crystal. It Is Gods Way/ His Will Be Done. Full figure of McKinley in center with Born1843 & Died 1901 on either side against a stippled background. Laurel wreath border with a flower at the bottom of the wreath. 10 1/2 x 8. Manufacturer unknown. C. 1901. Mint condition. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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8 Unknown PRINCE ALBERT CRIMP CUT TOBACCO TIN.

Slip-over domed lid with overall pattern of intersecting circles & star rays in red & gold.Same motif on band around bottom of canister & on bottom. Process PatentedJuly 30th 1907 printed on back of can & Design Patented August 12th 1913printed on bottom. 4 1/8 d. x 5 1/4 h. A few minor dents & scratches on the can; lid has overall tarnish freckling, wear to the decorative pattern around the middle of the lid, & minor dents; the patterned bottom band has a small dent & is missing almost all the original gilt; scattered tarnish on the inside of the can & lid. NOTE: Price includes the shipping cost over & above the $4.00 added automatically in the shopping basket for the furthest postal zone from 17110. If you are a buyer in a closer zone, inquire about saving on shipping. 
Price: 9.00 USD
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9 Unknown RUMFORD BAKING POWDER ADVERTISING CAKE TURNER OR SPATULA.
Early 20th C. 
Flatten wire handle embossed Rumford The Wholesome Baking Powder riveted to a rectangular blade (2 3/4x 3 3/8 l.) with rounded corners & 17 holes. 10 7/8 l. Unmarked. Early 20th C. Average use with no abuse. 
Price: 9.50 USD
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10 Unknown SILVER DEPOSIT GLASS CORDIALS (7).
Unknown 
Thin cobalt blue glass covered with 2 large fleur-de-lis separated by motifs of vines, leaves & tendrils all in silver. Silver rims & bands around feet. Collar-like bases. 2 h. x 1 3/4 d. Unmarked. These 7 were part of a liquor set shown on eBay with its decanter and shown in the accompanying picture of one of the 7 in the set being sold. Fine (No defects). 
Price: 42.00 USD
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11 Unknown SOAPSTONE BED/ FOOT WARMER.
1850s - 1920 
Soapstone. 8 x 10 x 1 block of soapstone(weighing almost 8 lbs.) with a heavy wire bail handle. Soapstone retains heat for a long time and, after heating on a stove, was used to warm beds, as well as feet in buggies and early cars. Well-used with scratches, smallchips, a large chip on one corner, discoloration & rusted wire. Shipping weight 9 lbs. NOTE: Price includes the shipping cost over & above the $4.00 added automatically in the shopping basket for the FURTHEST postal zone from 17110. If you are a buyer in a closer zone, inquire about saving on shipping. 
Price: 32.50 USD
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12 Unknown VINTAGE CLOCHE HAT ORNAMENTS or CHIGNONS.
C. 1930 
Pair. Orange-red coated white plastic Spiral tops with pointed shanks. 6l. C. 1930. One has a tiny chip on its point o/w Excellent. 
Price: 4.00 USD
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13 Unknown, England. PINK LUSTRE HANDLELESS TEA BOWL & DEEP SIPPING SAUCER.
C. 1800 - 1825. 
Handpainted porcelain (soft paste or bone china) with shades of purplish pink to dark purple. Bowl: a dark, narrow luster band along the outside of the rim below which is a broad band of thin luster wash with darker borders. Below this plain band is another band with an alternating pattern of fronds and apple-like fruit (in orange & red enamel) with green enameled leaves. The apple motif is repeated in the bowl's bottom & a narrow lustre band encircles the interior just below the rim. Saucer: 2 bands at rim below which are broadswags of thin lustre wash with overpainted foliage. The reserves have thin lustre foliage & branches with red enameled dots of fruit dots, repeating the motif in the bottom of the bowl. These dots appear to the naked eye to be a dark purple, but are prove to be red when viewed with magnification. Saucer is 5 5/8 d. x 1 1/4 h. & bowl is 3 1/2 d. across top, 1 7/8 d. across foot, 2 1/2 h.). C. 1800 - 1825. The crudeness in the application of the lustremakes it difficult to distinguish between wear and sloppy painting, so I leave the photos to speak to this issue. The saucer has very fine, barely visible overall crazing. The bowl has scattered spots & a 1/4 l. line of discoloration near the bottom; and some very fine, barely visible crazing under the foot. 
Price: 95.00 USD
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14 Unknown. 10 PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS OF HARRISBURG, PA AT THE HEIGHT OF ITS DISASTROUS 1936 FLOOD.
Unknown. 
6 1/2' x 4 1/2' images on 8 1/2' x 7' on thick photographic paper. Handprinted titles. Unsigned. Origin unknown, but original prints. Titles: 'South On Cameron To Mulberry Street Bridge' (small, light stain on image); 'This Is Market Street Showing 18 Ft. Depth At Subway'; 'View Of Front Street Looking Under Dock St. Bridge Onto Race Street'; 'Water Approaching Zembo Mosque' (light stain in upper left corner of border); 'Scene From 11th and Market To State Street Bridge'; 'This Is Residential Section Of Second Street North Of Kelker'; 'Looking Over Italian Lake Several Blocks From River'; 'Walnut Street Bridge Showing No Signs of Piers' (stain in lower right corner of the border); '3 Blocks From River At Division' (stain in lower right corner of the border); 'Looking South On Cameron From Mulberry Street Bridge' (a light sepia due to overexposure). 2 of the 10 photos shown in scans below. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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15 Unknown. 1907 SCARF or STICK PEN
C.1907 
Goldtone (?) plaque & stick. 2 5/8 l. stick & 1/2 d. plaque. Front of plaque engraved Minne in cursive & back 1907. No mark regarding gold content. Fine (No wear or other defects). 
Price: 22.50 USD
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16 Unknown. 19TH C. HAND FORGED WROUGHT IRON BRASS SKIMMER.
19th C. 
5 d. shallow brass bowl with hand punched concentric perforations (scribe marks are stillpartially visible on the interior of the bowl). 5/8 w. flat wrought iron handle very slightly rounded on top with bent-back hanging hook finial. The lower section of the handle is bent downward and then wraps around the underside of the bowl to its center. 3 rivets secure the handle to the bowl. 17 l. This is a Pennsylvania piece of at most the 19th C. and could be older since handforged farm items in Pennsylvania were made in traditional designs & by traditional methods well into the 19th C. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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17 Unknown. 19TH C. HAND FORGED WROUGHT IRON SPATULA.
19th C. 
Flat blade (about 5x 3w.) with slight bell shape. Flat, slightly tapering handle with a well-shaped, fold-back rattail finial. 19 1/2 l. Blade is quite worn with 1 1/2 crack in interior of upper left section. This is a Pennsylvania piece of at most the 19th C. and could be older since handforged farm items in Pennsylvania were made in traditional designs & by traditional methods wellinto the 19th C. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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18 Unknown. 19TH C. HAND FORGED WROUGHT IRON TASTING LADLE.
19th C. 
2 1/2 d. x 1 h. bowl with 10 1/2 l. handle. The lower section of the handle is a 5/16d rod that is flattened & tapered in the upper section, which terminates in a curl-around rattail finial. The lower end of the handle is bent downward 45 degrees before being affixed to the bowl. 13 l. overall. This is a Pennsylvania piece of at most the 19th C. and could be older since handforged farm items in Pennsylvania were made in traditional designs & by traditional methods well into the 19th C. 
Price: 70.00 USD
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19 Unknown. 19TH C. PENNSYLVANIA HAND FORGED WROUGHT IRON LADLE.
19th C. 
Wrought iron. One piece construction. 5 d. hammered bowl is joined seamlessly to the lower end of the handle by a 1/4 d. rod that tapers out into a flattened, broad handle ending with a curl-around rattail finial. 17 l. This could be older since handforged farm items in Pennsylvania were made in traditional designs & by traditional methods well into the 19th C. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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20 Unknown. 19TH C. PENNSYLVANIA HAND FORGED WROUGHT IRON SPATULA.
19th C. 
Very thin, flexible tapered blade (2 1/2 l. x 2 w. at base). Lower section of the handle is a narrow 1/4 d. rod that tapers out into a flattened, broad handle ending with a curl-around rattail finial. 12 1/2 l. Blade has jagged edges from rust damage. This is a Pennsylvania piece of at most the 19th C. and could be older since handforged farm items in Pennsylvania were made in traditional designs & by traditional methods well into the 19th C. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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