Very scarce early 20th century Parke Davis veterinary specific turkey and chicken medicine. The bottle is in very nice condition and measures 5.75 inches tall.
An absolutely fabulous Parke Davis veterinary pharmacy, medicine bottle.
Not just an ordinary pharmacy bottle, but one that is quite special for what is printed on the label. Measures about 5 inches tall and is in nice condition with no damage to the bottle. Dates to the 1910 era.
Offered for your consideration is a graphically appealing veterinary medicine tin.
Newtons medicines has offered fabulous lithography with this tin.
This medicine measures approximately 7 inches tall x 3 inches wide. The case is made of sturdy cardboard with a paper label. The condition is generally good with wear and staining as seen in the photos. The eye appealing label is what separates this from most medicines and should not be missed. Dated 1930.
Fine Large Pair of Solid Brass Jamb Hooks with round backplate, single arm and urn form finial.
These would have been mounted on the mantel and used to hold fireplace tools.
Circa 1800, probably American
Diameter of back plate: 4"
Offered is an interesting quartet of heart specific medicines ranging from the early 1900s to the 1950s.
The 1.5 inch small Atropine 1/200gr. bottle is from the 1950s and in good condition - Price is $8.00.
The 2 inch Atropine 1/100gr bottle is in nice condition. - Price is $10.00.
The cute Nitrostat bottle measures 1.25 inches is priced at $8.00.
.The scarce 2 inch tall Cactina Pillets box and bottle dates to the early 1900s and is in fine condition...
Offered is an absolutely wonderful Parke Davis pharmacy poison bottle from the early 1900s sporting a great label. Measuring a delightful 2.25 inches tall and ready for your collection.
Offered for your consideration is a visually graphic, appealing pharmacy bottle. The detailed label and bottle measures approximately 3 inches tall and sports a screw top cover. Dates to the 1920s and is in very nice, unused condition. From Smith, Kline and French.
This pen is a souvenir of Weymouth and features a carved and pierced central section which contains a Stanhope showing scenes of Weymouth. The letter opener is decorated with a transfer print of fruit and the inscription "A Present from Weymouth". It measures 195mm long. C1890.
This good quality wooden paper knife is decorated with a stylised foliage pattern. It is intricately and deeply carved. The side shown in the photo has some damage to the handle and a small stain 3/4s of the way down. The other side has no damage. It is 286mm long and 36mm wide.
This sterling silver handled paper knife features a blade of Mother-of-pearl. Due to the fragility of the blade, these are much rarer than those with more durable blades. Made in Birmingham in 1908, it is in excellent condition, with only a couple of very small nicks in the blade to mar its beauty. Unfortunately my photography skills don't show the blade to its best advantage, but it does possess lovely colour and figure. The whole piece is 255mm long and 20mm wide at the very end of the blade.
This very attractive paper knife or letter opener features a bronze fleu-de-lis handle and a mother-of-pearl blade. The overall length is 155mm. Its condition is very good with only a couple of very small chips to the blade and a slight bend in the handle at the thinnest point. C1890.
A small ironstone pudding or jelly mold with a pineapple motif and fluted sides, with the impressed mark "MINTON" and incised numbers 57 and 4. The mark indicates this mold was made in England prior to 1873. There is one small hairline in the interior where the side is thinner and would have cracked during manufacture, and no other damage or signs of use. The mold measures 4-1/4 by 3 inches across the top, 2-3/4 inches in height, and 1-7/8 by 1-3/8 inches at the base.
A 19thc English ironstone pudding or jelly mold with a spray of roses motif. Around the sides of the mold are a series of arches. In perfect condition the mold measures 4-1/2 by 3-5/8 inches across the top, 3 inches in height, and stands on a base that measures 2 by 1-1/2 inches.
This late Georgian reel holder is veneered in mahogany and has a single full depth drawer.It stands on four ball feet and is 233mm high to the top of the reel posts. The width is 147mm and the depth is 186mm. It has retained its original patina. The reels are supported on thick copper wire. There are several names written in pencil on the sides and bottom of the drawer-perhaps previous owners. C 1780.
A full size pure guilded bronze Mantel timepiece, France, dating to the Empire period c. 1820-1830.
A superior bronze clock in all aspects:
The clock is massive, among the largest on the market.
The clock is done in complete solid bronze, no marble or granite parts were used.
The clock is superbly guilded overall.
The clock is a piece of very high quality artwork and done with the uttermost care for details...
These two extraordinary sterling silver berry servers are fully hallmarked dating them to London, 1742, maker's mark a crowned Gothic C. The handles are deeply engraved with swirling foliate rococo garlands, the bowls with high-relief and highly detailed fruits and, of course, berries. About eight inches in length, they come in a velvet-lined
case (not original)Moroccan leather presentation case that shows some signs of age; the spoons are in splendid condition.
REDUCED from $325 to $225
Early American Butter Scale
37 inches in WIDTH
25 inches TALL
REDUCED from $395 to $295
A wonderful example of an Early American Basket with Handles.
The dimensions : 17 inches in diameter & 12 inches in height.