Massachusetts Sampler by Emily Sparhawk (Perry), Early 19th C.
WILLARD PATENT BANJO CLOCKMassachusetts, Early 19th CenturyCase with brass eagle finial and banded inlay in varied woods. Reverse-painted throat and door glass, the throat with a geometric design and
ABRAHAM EDWARDS TALL-CASE CLOCKAshby, Massachusetts, Early 19th CenturyFederal pine case with quarter columns at front. Dial signed “A. Edwards Ashby”.Height including finials 86”. W
A Lemuel Curtis (American, b. 1790) banjo clock, probably Massachusetts, early 19th century. Signed on hand painted face "Warranted L. Curtis" and with acorn finial - weight driven. The lower of the 2
English or Continental Needlework on Linen Sampler Early 19th century Height 10 inches, width 10 inches; Together with an English Copperplate Printed Cotton Fabric Panel, circa 1785, titled The Turf I