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New York/New Jersey gumwood ten drawer High Chest Wonderful example of a New York/New Jersey gumwood ten drawer High Chest with a fluted and chamfered top. Ball and claw feet are beautifully carved. This piece is all original including the brasses. Circa 1765 - 1775.
Measurements: 72 1/2” H x 43”W x 291/2” D.
17thC. Blanket Chest Late 17thC. Massachusetts blanket chest probably from Newbury or Newburyport. This chest has applied decoration with panel and rail construction.
Unusual because of the initials and smaller size.
William and Mary Highboy

William and Mary highboy probably from Rhode Island or Boston, Mass. Very hard to find example. Veneered walnut on maple with white pine secondary woods. Very original -- Brasses, Legs and stretchers original. Ball turned feet replaced copied from similar example at the Metropolitan Museum.

Uncarved Hadley from the first quarter 18th C., Connecticut River Valley.  Two drawer blanket chest in old Spanish Brown color.  White Pine panelswith maple stile and rail pinned frame.  All Original except wooden pulls.Measurements:  44 3/4"W lid, 41 3/4" W Case, 16 3/8"D, 47 1/2" H.
Rare Potte Bank (pottery shelf) Hudson River Valley made of hard pine, H hinges, open top cupboard, Ca. 1730-1740. This cupboard is unpainted and seems to have never been painted. The upper section never had back boards and has double plate grooves. Measurements: 6’ 8”H x 19 3/4”D x 5’ 3”W.
click for more information 18thC. New England all original Press Bed in red paint with the original yoke. 53”W
Queen Anne 18thC Lowboy Connecticut cherry notched corner 18thC. lowboy or dressing table.  Period brasses but not the first set.  Original top, legs, and fan in center drawer. Original throughout.  
Measurements:  31 1/4"H x 29 1/8" W x 17" D. ( Top: 34 7/16"W x 21"D)
Blue blanket chest Original Blue painted 18thC. Blanket Chest Original blue painted 18thC. Connecticut or Western Rhode Island very high footed one drawer blanket chest. This chest is made of white pine and chestnut secondary wood. Drawer has original pulls. Chest has original 18thC. blue paint and a second coat of 19thC. blue paint as well. Both coats have been varnished over. The chest has original snipe hinges on the lid. There are some chips, and normal wear and abrasions.
Measurements: 39 1/4"W x 36 1/2"H x 17 1/4" D.
18th C Pewter cupboard Wonderful 18thC. open top/cant back pewter cupboard with original crown moldings with modified butterfly hinges. Cupboard has original slate blue wash as first surface. Mustard yellow over paint. Measurements: 7' 1 ¼" H x 49"W x 20"D. Great size!
William and Mary Desk
A wonderful New England William and Mary tiger maple slant front desk with original surface and original brasses. Fabulous old finish. Ball feet replaced. Measurements: 34"W x 43 2/8"H x 18 1/2" D at base, case 18 1/4"D
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A very early and rare 18th C Wm. and Mary two drawer, blanket chest in original red paint. This blanket chest has a lift top, snipe hinges and has it's original feet. Origin probably from Newbury/ Newburyport, Massachusetts.
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A handsome Federal sideboard with brass cast hairy paw feet and book matched veneer doors and drawers, Ca. 1835, New York City. Excellent condition
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An outstanding 18th C. cherry, Connecticut River Valley, nine drawer tall chest on separate original Queen Anne pad foot frame. This tall chest has period brass and is refinished.
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