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CANTON BARN AUCTIONS*
75 Old Canton Road - Canton, CT. 06019
SATURDAY, JANUARY 6 - 7:00 PM - OPEN 5 PM
A Special Advance Preview for this auction will be held on Thursday, January 4th 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Bantam, CT Colonial Estate
LISTING AS FOLLOWS: Antique c.1760 mahogany 2-part New England flat top Queen Anne highboy; c.1810 red finish blind door New England pine corner cupboard w/paint finish; c.1820 cookie corner Sheraton maple 4-drwr chest w/backsplash; unusual sausage turned rush seat arm chair –early arm w/4-slats; antique paint finish sausage turned rush seat side chair; c.1780 grain painted 4-drwr chest w/orig hardware; rush seat Chippendale side chair w/penny foot; pr of paint finish thumb back plank seat side chairs in orig paint; New England c.1820 writing arm 2-drwr Windsor fan back chair in black finish; red paint 40-drawer apothecary chest; c.1710 William & Mary lift-top 2-drwr blanket chest w/bun feet; c.1790 New England black paint fan-back saddle seat Windsor arm chair; salmon colored 6-board blanket chest w/boot-jack ends; New England Queen Anne rush seat side chair; plank side 4-drwr Sheraton chest; early pine & cherry Chippendale swing-leg drop-leaf table; Chippendale style early pegged three seater bench w/removable cushion; c.1790 bird-cage top Chippendale cherry round tip table; salmon colored paint antique bonnet top cradle; mustard yellow grain painted 1-drwr washstand; c.1830 lift-top original marbleized painted sheet metal wash stand; 4-poster mahog twin bed w/feather carving; cherry Chippendale side chair w/Spanish foot; antique spinning wheel, flax wheel & yarn winder; dome-top antique red finish trunk; painted antique thumb back youth chair; Federal Colonial gilt wall mirror; pr of fancy 48”high cast iron columns; large hand-wrought early sign bracket; unusual large fancy wrought iron fireplace crane; pr of 4 ½’ long hand-wrought strap hinges; four early fireplace peels; two large Folk Art wooden tree trunk carved Indian women figures measuring 50”high and 72”high.
c.1840 Folk Art style American School oil portrait painting on man on 27”wx 31”h canvas (possibly VT) in custom frame by Peter Dean a renowned PA crafter of grain painted frames; silver gilt framed c.1840 Folk Art oil painting on 28”w x 21”h canvas of 3 men on horseback hunting a bear; ; large grain painted framed Folk Art painting on 32”w x 24”h canvas of man fishing; framed Folk Art painting on 15”w x 19”h board by J.Swanson on Folk Art 2 men on outlook by waterfall;; gilt framed Indian oil painting on 32”w x 23”h canvas of two Indians on ridge at sunset signed John Hanergors 1930; gilt framed oil painting on 28”xw x 20”h canvas of deer signed Weber 1908; gilt framed oil painting on 15”w x 20”h canvas of man in hunting attire w/dog signed K. Leschewski; large gilt framed oil on 26”w x 19”h canvas of man on white horse (paint flaking); small gilt framed oil painting on 13”w x 8”h board of mountain scene w/man walking; framed oil painting on 18”w x 12”h board of fisherman at shore w/livestock at sunset small gilt framed oil on 11”w x 8”h board of dogs & cat signed F.B.Manville 1903; small unsigned gilt framed oil painting on 11”w x 8”h board of cats & mouse; framed Kellogg print titled “Fruit Piece”; small framed original poem & artwork memorial on paper by Lydia Huntley Sigourney dated April 4, 1857;
early 20th Century American Indian beaded vest believed Sioux; 6’x9’ needlepoint dog rug (North Carolina maker); leaves on a geometric background 4’x6’ Hit & Miss needlepoint rug (North Carolina maker); New England polished chintz summer quilt; Antique double betty lamp; rare penny foot adjustable wrought iron candlestick has bobeche with candle push up; two 18th Century wrought-iron Suffolk latches; H.W.Haydens 1851spun brass bucket by Ansonia Brass Co.; wrought iron three legged bucket holder; 6-hole tole candle-mold measures 16”long; cast iron fireplace cooking pot w/pouring spout; small cast iron 3-legged cooking pot w/poring spout; large Slack & Brownlows 1830 stoneware water cooler (as is); 5-gal blue décor jug w/turkey (as is); large New England butternut trencher; large rare 18th Century wooden Treen pouring cup; large oval wooden firkin; small round wooden pantry box; wooden perkin & wooden storage container; pr of 4”high Royal Doulton Art Pottery vases; Gaudy Ironstone tea set; copper luster teapot (early repair); 7”h cranberry cut overlay perfume bottle w/dauber; 11”high cut Sandwich whale oil fount; pr of spun brass candlesticks w/brass bobeches; 8”high pewter syrup w/acorns signed H.K.; Price English gaudy ironstone teapot; small Staffordshire blue Willow platter; I.Hall Quadrupeds Historic Blue rail plate w/lion & other animals (as is); Ceylon Staffordshire Blue rail plate; Tuscan Rose Staffordshire Blue bowl; Staffordshire Blue Belfort bowl; Flow Blue rail plate; pr of Mason Ironstone rail plates (1 chipped); lot of Quimper plates in various sizes & patterns; Stoneware bowl & pitcher (bowl has age lines); antique baskets; 19th Century calf weaning collar; and numerous other items!
We wish everyone a New Year filled with peace, hope,health, love and happiness.
The Bi-weekly auction schedule will continue through April.
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Please Note: Food and drink from outside sources is no longer permitted in the auction gallery during the preview or the auction. Thank you.
For the safety of our customers, and you, we ask that you do not tailgate in the parking lot. Thank you!
Home-Baked Pies * Refreshments * Parking Front & Rear. Children under 16 not allowed.
This is a smoke free facility. Thank you for your co-operation.
TERMS: Cash, Traveler’s Checks or Personal Checks with proper ID.
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DIRECTIONS: From I-84 take the Farmington/Rt. 4 Exit. Turn Right on Route 10 to Avon, then left onto Rt. 44 to Canton. Turn left onto Old Canton Road at the Citgo Gas Station.
FROM NEW YORK: Take I-84 to RT 8 to Winsted, turning left onto Rt. 44 to Canton. Turn right on Old Canton Road.
OPEN SUNDAY FROM 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for advance preview of upcoming auction merchandise.
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Richard E. Wacht, Auctioneer
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