The Eclectic Collection of John Rexroad
Wednesday, December 13th at 9AM
It’s not every day we sell a life size ceramic cow in a top hat along side Abraham Lincoln’s signature, a petrified dinosaur egg, and a Queen Anne tall chest. Join us on December 13th, 2017 starting at 9AM for this eclectic online only collection of over 300 lots from Madison, Connecticut. Click Here for Auction Info
Online Only Decorative Arts
Thursday, December 14th and Friday, December 15th at 9AM
Join us online on Bidsquare on December 14th & 15th for a two-day online only decorative arts auction just in time for the holidays. Online Exhibition starts 11/30/17. Gallery Exhibitions start 12/11/17. Click Here for more information
Downingtown Auction House Sells Rare British Plate from 1738
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Melchoir Fordney: The story of a Pennsylvania master gunsmith and one of America’s first insanity pleas.
If you met Pook & Pook, Inc.’s Vice President Jamie Shearer at a gun show or exposition recently, he has probably shown you a long rifle coming up for auction and offered to tell you the story of its maker,…
What do these things have in common: A house our first president wouldn’t live in, the oldest piece of land continuously owned by African Americans, and a war ship run aground by pirates?
On October 8th, 2016, we are excited to feature a copy of Birch’s Views of Philadelphia, formally titled The City of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania North America; as it appeared in the Year 1800. This historically important piece…
William Will is arguably the most prolific American pewterer of the 18th century. From his Philadelphia shop, he produced pieces of exceptional quality and quantity. Will was also known for his creativity and ingenuity, working with a diverse repertoire of…