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1920s 6ft Pure Oil Pipe Line Co. Wooden Sign

Early primitive Advertisment Sign for "The Pure Oil Pipe Line Co." Company which was located around the Sisterville, West Virginia area. From what I was told the Sign came from a local Railroad Station. Wooden Sign measures about 72" in length, 9 1/2" in width and is about 1 5/8" thick. Has Blue background with white lettering. Im guessing Sign dates around the 1920s to 30s and Im sure this Company no longer exists. Overall conditon I would consider very good. There is wood trim missing on the right end as shown in the last photo. Sign also has 3 vertical holes on the letter "E" in "The" and letter "O" in "Co". Almost certain this is probably where screws or nails were inserted to hang the Sign. Sign also has some minor paint wear and some splits in the wood but is solid and intact. Should not even bother you but is only mentioned for completeness in description. Sign would give a terrific look displayed in ones Home or Office or make a nice addition to any Oil collection. Buyer to pay shipping & insurance.   


Stunning Inlaid Center Table

Absolutely Stunning Victorian Marquetry Inlaid Center Tablewith an ebony background that displays a centerpiece with tambourine, pipes,hat with ribbons, and wide petal flowers. The depth and contrast of richcolors on this table top is exquisite. On the base is one of the best examples of fine original ebony hightlights with gilt incising that we have seen! Exquisite open work with a spindled stretcher and full carved decorative apron all around. Notice the winged gargoyles facing elaborate urns at either end of the table surface. This is one of the best marquetry tables we have had. The photos only begin todo it justice!Circa: 1870 Dimensions: 30" H x 45" W x 28" D Finish: Top is cleaned original - Base is excellent originalPrice: 9750.00   


Rare walnut Victorian dry sink

Rare walnut Victorian dry sink with original white marble top.The inset porcelain bowl is signed "T.C. Brown Westhead Moore & Co" and"Imported by Miller & Coates New York." There are some minor hairlines inthe bowl. The base has a double towel bar on the right side, a cupboard onthe left and four drawers on the right. Each of the drawers has a pair oflovely carved pulls (two have had minor repairs - see photo). This piecenever had plumbing attached but faucets could easily be put into the marbleand pipes attached to the base to make it a wonderful functional sink.Circa: 1870Dimensions: 39"H x 42.5"W (not including towel bar) x 20"DFinish: Good originalPrice: $4650.00   


Large Rival Nickel Plated Childs Stove

Wonderful hard to find large 18 1/4" wide x 14 1/2" tall x 8 1/2" deep, nickel plated childs stove by Rival. Unbelievable detail! 2 doors open at top by pipe & main door opens at bottom; left side also has door that opens & has a removable grate. Right side has removable grate (1 tab is off but still works fine) 6 burners all with removable covers, 1 missing but has a can lid that fits perfectly. Stove has a long removable cover to the right of the burners. Burner diam. 2 1/4". Does have some surface rust underneath which I have not tried to remove. This stove is a must for the serious collector.   



This wonderful Victorian era English smokers cabinet is 7"x11"x9 1/2" tall. Has lock and key, brass handles,tilt down hinged front. Inside is 3 rings to hold pipes, removable tin ashtray, removable cigarette box, and removable pottery tobacco humidor (chipped) that still has some old tobacco leaves inside. One metal corner bracket that holds cigarette box in place is broken. Has pull out drawer on bottom. Excellent early example of oak wooden craftsmanship. On top of the cabinet is a shield shape metal tag that reads, Presented To Mr. D.T.Hide By a Few Friends as a Mark of Respect & Esteem, Nov. 1900.   


Majolica Young Boy Figural Humidor

This wonderful Young Boy Holding a Boot Figural Humidor is 8" tall. Incised on the bottom is, "2461 42". It has match holder with striker, humidor with lid, wasted match holder, and pipe holder/ashtray. It is an original - NOT a reproduction! The condition is very good to excellent - having no cracks (or hairlines), chips or repairs. "Click" on the photo to the left to see an enlargement and any other photos we may have of this piece of majolica. Please use the "Ask A Question" button to the right if you have any questions concerning this item and remember - all sales are fully guaranteed!   


18th C French blue white ceramic bowl

Early 18th Century French blue white ceramic bowl depicting four men seated at a tavern table. One is drinking ale, one is smoking a pipe, one has passed out, and one is, ooops, vomiting. Probably from an early frat house. Measures 17 inches long by 13 inches wide and 3 inches deep. Shipping extra. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut add 6% state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes,tariffs or customs that might apply. *** If you wish to see examples of similar items we have sold and/or appraised please go to our affiliate site and click the Archives / Homepage logo ***   


Anri wood carvings salesman catalogue pre WWII

5 1/4inch X 7 inch album,in fair condition, unmarked, contains nearly 100 photographs and photographic postcards showing the Anri wood carvings available for sale at that time. most are postcards 3 1/2 X 5 1/2 held in without glue, remainder are photographs of similar size but glued down. All have hand written ink inventory numbers. Many have small round Anri paper label attached to photo. The sticker used dates about 1926. Some of the multi item photo have size/price notations on reverse of photo. most postcard photos are blank on reverse.marked Cartolina Postal, Alpa-brom. overall condition of photos is excellent.some items pictured are;stoppersbookendspencilsgnome band, etcwatch holdersrecord cleanersnapkin holderspocket mirrorsbar groupcigarette holderspipe holdersletter openersfigurinesbrush holderscalendar holderscubist figurestwo face bottle topsdogsMickey MouseThermometer holdercrucifixes of all size and typeIf you collect Anri carvings, this is a fabulous reference showing many previously un recorded examples.SPECIAL NOTE:Only a couple of pages revealed to protect buyer from other persons who might make unauthorized copies of this copyright free material.   


Vintage Koppit Basket

Museum quality vintage Koppit basket. Fabulous, beautifully made, tightly woven basket called a Koppit basket; good condition, only the strap handle is showing some wear. Internet research shows an identical basket on 2 museum sites, one has a collection of items from the 1890s; and these are said to have been made in the Phillipines. This basket has a nice darkened patina on it. Not sure of what the function of this basket was, but it is very tightly woven and well-made. This basket has three compartments, maybe for sewing items or fishing or pipe & tobacco basket? Each compartment fits into each other and the woven handle holds it all together. It is 9.5 long x 6 high x 4 wide. When you pull the top piece up, there appears to be some type of resin on each of the four bottom corners of the next basket part and there is a shallow basket, then when you pull that piece up you get a deeper basket. A true work of art!    


Dunhill Rollagas Gold Plated Lighter

This beautiful gold plated Alfred Dunhill Rollagas Lighter with the name Sari engraved on the top is marked: Made in Switzerland / US RE24163 Patented / Dunhill on the bottom it also has Dunhill on the inside top. Alfred Dunhill of London, Inc. a brief timelime:In 1893 at age 21, Alfred Dunhill takes over his fatherís saddlery business and converts it into Dunhills Motorities, providing Everything for the car but the motor.In 1910 he opened a pipe factory near the store.In 1921 he opened in New York and 3 years later one in Paris.In 1927 he launches the revolutionary Unique lighter, the first to be operated using just one hand.In 1956 the Rollagas butane lighter is launched.Sought after the world over dunhill lighters combine true innovation and craftsmanship with sophisticated design from the first Dunhill Unique introduced in 1927, and was the worlds first luxury lighter that could be held and operated in one hand. In 1956 the dunhill Rollagas was launched. Now considered a design classic it is thought to be the worlds first luxury butane gas lighter. Both the Unique and Rollagas remain the luxury lighters of choice. In very good condition it measures 2 1/2 inches tall, 7/8 inch wide and 1/2 inch deep. Im sure that the name Sari can be removed and it would make a lovely gift or an exceptional addition to any Lighter Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.    


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