Meeker's
Mechanical
Nature Antiques
Larry and Carole
Meeker

Purveyors of Americana
Patented & Mechanical Antiques
www.AntiqBuyer.com

Contact Us At
LCM@AntiqBuyer.com


Antique Toy & Salesman Sample Stoves

Past Sales Archive

This is just a sample of the many antique Toy & Salesman Sample stoves we have sold.
Click link to see other Past Sales Archive Pages on this Site.

Special Note Concerning Stove Prices:
Prices for most stoves seen are no longer relevant and have been removed.
Many stoves are currently selling for a fraction of what they did 10 - 15 years ago.  There are several reasons.  See Stove Page for info.
Recent Ebay results more closely reflect current market values.  Check eBay to see current values for your stove.

We can help you sell quality Antiques Contact Us.

For further info on consigning / selling your antiques with us please see our FAQ page, the Appraisal / Selling Page and the Selling Your Collection Pages.

Our current offering of Antiques for sale are at our sister Website Patented-Antiques.com



Ideal #5 Cast Iron Toy Range / Cook StoveIdeal #5 Cast Iron Toy Range / Cook Stove  This is a great looking cast iron antique toy cook stove by Ideal.  This company was one of the major makers of toy stoves and other cast iron toys in the late 19th century / early 20th century.  This stove has been nicely cleaned and restored.  It looks to be all original with the exception of one replaced stove lid and the different colored side shelf, which would lead one to believe that shelf was recast and then re-plated.  The overall condition is exceptionally nice.  This antique stove measures just about 20" wide across the base including the side shelf, and was the largest stove that Ideal manufactured.   A great addition to the collection.  Very nice!! 

Fine . . . . . .  $250.00    SOLD!!






James Leffel Double Oven Stove Patented 1849 Springfield Ohio Cast Iron StoveJames Leffel "Double Oven Stove Patented 1849 Springfield Ohio" Salesman Sample Cast Iron Stove  This is the actual stove pictured in Ford's book on toy stoves.  I think he got it wrong with this stove and that it is not just a toy, but rather a salesman sample or display model.  Given the size it could be a copy of the original Patent Model of James Leffel's invention.  The patent for this stove was issued in 1849 and the number is 6775.  It is a good match.   The collector who owned this piece use to also buy and collect Patent Models in addition to toy stoves, but he has passed and we can not ask him where or when he got this.  It was consigned by his family, and any records of purchases and the where and when are spotty at best.     

James Leffel was a famous inventor hailing from the Miami Valley of Ohio.  He is most famous for his water wheels and turbines. There is a biography for him on the internet at the Wright State University site and that is copied below. 

James Leffel (1806-1866)

Water Wheel Pat. No. 4,056 Filed: (not stated on patent) Issued: May 21, 1845 Title: Water Wheel Double Turbine Water Wheel -

"The American Double Turbine" Pat. No. 34,150 Filed: (not stated on patent) Issued: January 14, 1862 Title: Improved Water-Wheel

James Leffel was born in Botetourt County, Virginia. His family settled outside of Springfield, Ohio, on Donnel's Creek when he was one year old. His father built a sawmill and gristmill on the creek. In the 1820s James Leffel built a sawmill on Mad River and installed a water wheel of his own design. Leffel decided to diversify and built his first foundry and machine shops in 1838 in Springfield. In 1849, he patented, pat. no. 6,775, an improved "double oven" stove and in 1850 he patented, pat. no. 7,820, a lever jack. The oven sold well regionally. As the foundry and machine shop continued to prosper, Leffel turned to waterpower experiments. On the basis of the experiments, Leffel, in 1862, applied for his second water wheel patent, the "American Double Turbine." It is this design that Leffel's fame is largely based on. The wheel was sold in the west, as far as Canada, and regionally. The James Leffel and Company continues today to manufacture water turbines in Springfield, Ohio. James Leffel was one of Ohio's great pioneer inventors and manufacturers.

This is the finest casting on a small stove I have ever seen.  The detail and construction are super.  The model is all original and in fine condition.

A must have for the special collection of Americana, Miniature Stoves, Ohio History or a host of others.   

Fine . . . . . .  SOLD!!



Bay State Toy Cook StoveBay State Toy Cook Stove  This small circa 1880's antique cast iron stove is American.  It has a step-style design on the top and low legs. The black japanned finish is very nice, and it has gilt decoration with red and yellow decorations on the front grill.  The top is a bi-level range top with four original burner lids.  The hearth plate is faintly marked "Bay State".  This toy stove was shown in the 1886 toy catalog of FAO Schwarz.  The size is 4" H x 6" W x 7" D.    Early and different! 

Good + . . . . . .  SOLD!







Britt & Folger Cin. O. Little Giant Cast Iron StoveBritt & Folger Cin. O. "Little Giant" Cast Iron Stove  This small early cast iron stove measures just about 8" across the front and 12" long including the shelf.  It is a nicely cast and constructed cast iron stove.   The name Little Giant is cast into the side, and the name of the maker, Britt & Folger, an early Ohio Stove maker, is on the front apron.  It looks to date from the mid 1800's.   A nice early little cast iron stove!!

Fine . . . . . .   SOLD!







Triumph Range Cast Iron Toy StoveTriumph Range Cast Iron Toy Stove  This is a nicely detailed stove by I think Kenton who was one of the biggest and best makers of cast iron toy stoves back near the turn of the century.  The back piece on this one is slightly different from those shown in Fords book.  It measures close to 19" across the front  with both removable shelves.    A nice condition stove!! 

Fine . . . . . . SOLD!!





Ideal #2 Brass Plated Cast Iron Toy StoveIdeal #2 Brass Plated Cast Iron Toy Stove  This is a bit different.  I have seen other plated stoves before, but not quite like this.  It is an Ideal #2 size and so not the biggest nor the smallest as Ideal made stoves with  numbers from up to 5, and down to 0 , but not a #4.  The 2 pieces of cookware are included.    A nice condition stove!! 

Fine . . . . . .   SOLD!






Blue Bird Toy Stove by Grey IronBlue Bird Toy Stove by Grey Iron  This style stove came in a few different sizes configurations and color schemes. This is the middle size model at about 11" across the front.   They date from the 20's or so.  The maker Grey Casting from PA is still in business making cast iron toys and other pieces.  These stoves are typically found in the condition seen with paint issues. They have a unique look, and make for a nice display piece in any setting and as part of many different collections.

Very Good  . . . . . .  SOLD!







French Salesman Sample / Toy CookstoveFrench Salesman Sample / Toy Cookstove  This is another great looking French toy / salesman sample cast iron stove.  It has two burner lids in the top with multiple ring inserts to accommodate different size pots that would sit down into the fire box.  On the right is a water reservoir with original lid.  The doors and ash tray all open and operate as they should.  The maker's name is cast into the top front as well as the French equivalent of their patent designation.  It is approx 12" across the front and 10" tall.  A nice looking stove, in great condition, that will display very nicely in many settings. 

Very Good  . . . . . . SOLD!







Venus Toy StoveVenus Toy Stove by Kenton  A nice little stove!  The side shelf looks to have originally been from another stove and modified to fit this one.  Still cute!

Good  . . . . . .   SOLD!





Superior Salesman Sample Range / StoveSuperior Salesman Sample Gas Range / Stove  This salesman sample of an apartment size stove has been nicely restored and re-nickeled.  The shelves remove and look good.   The base measures approx 6" square and it stands a bit over 8" tall..  It has one gas burner in the top and 2 gas ovens below.  I believe this was more a display model or salesman sample than a toy.     A nice looking salesman sample gas range.

Fine . . . . . .  SOLD!





Kenton Novelty Cast Iron Toy StoveKenton Novelty Cast Iron Toy Stove  This is a nicely detailed stove by  Kenton who was one of the biggest and best makers of cast iron toy stoves back near the turn of the century.  Kenton made a few different versions of this stove.  With or with out a backpiece, and with or without side shelves.  This is the plain Jane model with no bells or whistles, just a nicely cast door with the name.  It measures close to 8" across the front.    A nice condition stove!! 

Fine . . . . . .  SOLD!




Eagle Cast Iron Toy StoveEagle Cast Iron Toy Stove  This is a nicely detailed cast iron stove.  I am not sure if it is by Kenton Stevens, or Hubley.  Ford pictures a number of Eagle stoves, but as usual none with the exact same base or backpiece this one has.  This stove measures approx 12" across the front and is in nice original condition

Fine . . . . . .  SOLD!!





Garland Toy StoveGarland Toy Stove  The cast badge on the front of this toy tin stove is very nice. The stove measures about 9' across the front, and is 16" tall.  The drawers all work, an the lids look to be original.  Nice!!

Fine . . . . . .  SOLD!







Beauty Cast Iron Toy StoveBeauty Cast Iron Toy Stove  This toy stove is by Kenton.  It measures approx 12"  There is no side shelf, and it appears the backpiece is a replacement from a different finish but correct stove. 

Good . . . . . . SOLD!







Kenton Acme Cast Iron Toy Cook StoveKenton Acme Cast Iron Toy Cook Stove  This nice condition cast iron toy stove by the well known maker Kenton looks to be all original   It has 6 burners, a water reservoir, as well as the cast back piece with warming plates.  The size is 14"  wide across the front including the single shelf.  The black finish with nickel highlights is good and the contrasts looks great.  A nice early stove!! 

Fine . . . . . .  SOLD!!





Kenton Marvel Range Toy StoveKenton Marvel Range Toy Stove   The Marvel was a large cast iron toy stove produced and offered by Kenton back in the 20's or so.  This example is is a great looking antique cast iron toy cook stove that has been tastefully cleaned and is ready for the collection or display.

Very nice!! 

Fine  . . . . . .  SOLD!




Home Cast Iron Toy Stove by StevensHome Cast Iron Toy Stove by Stevens  Same as above but one size smaller.  Very Nice!! 

Fine . . . . . .  SOLD








# 118 Perfect Floor Warmer Parlor Stove by Orinda Stove Works of Quincy Ill# 118 "Perfect Floor Warmer" Parlor Stove by Orinda Stove Works of Quincy Ill  This is a very rare piece.  Almost no info on this company turns up in a Google Search and no info on this particular model, either full size or as a sample as shown here.  RARE!!

The condition is very nice and I see no breaks or repairs. One of the side pieces looks to be a recast with slightly less detail than the other, but it looks great.    A nice salesman sample stove that was probably used as a display model or carried from door to door!

Fine . . . . . .  SOLD!




Model Cookstove by KentonModel Cookstove by Kenton  The Kenton MODEL Toy Stove is one of the largest and most detailed of all antique toy or sample size stoves. This toy stove was made by Kenton, a major cast iron toy manufacturer from the late 19th century.  This antique stove dates from near the turn of the century give or take. The Kenton name is cast into the back of the stove in bold letters. This unusual toy stove measures over 2' across, and is so detailed and such a nice casting that these antique toy stoves are often referred to as, and mistaken for,  salesman sample stoves.

The stove looks to be all-original, but the finish looks so nice that some might think it has been re-plated.  I just don't know for sure.  In any case it has been carefully cleaned / restored and it looks terrific.  This will be a shinning highlight of any collection or display. 

Also included are the 4 original Kenton brand cast iron cookware pieces shown in the pictures.  There is the lidded tea kettle, a skillet, a handled pot, as well as the pot with a bail handle.  I will sell these 4 pieces separately as a unit for a reasonable amount.  They are very hard to find and considered a pretty rare commodity. 

This antique Kenton brand Model cast iron stove is a super piece of early Americana and one of the nicest examples of this stove I have seen.

Fine . . . . . .  SOLD!



Jewell Range Jr. Cast Iron Stove by Detroit Stove Works Jewell Range Jr. Cast Iron Stove by Detroit Stove Works  The Detroit Stove Works child size stoves are classified as toys.   They are one of the best done and most detailed of all the different "toy" stoves available.  The Jewell Range Jr.is not the same type of "toy" as stoves by Kenton or Hubley as those firms did not make full size stoves, and the Detroit Stove Works, who made this, did.  They are more like Home Comfort stoves and Great Majestic stoves in that regard.  This stove came in at least 2 different versions with this being the larger and more detailed one with a water reservoir on the side.   This stove has been tastefully and professionally restored and looks great!!  A nice cast iron toy stove that was probably used as a display model as well as being offered for sale as a toy!!

Fine . . . . . .  SOLD!



Home Comfort Salesman Sample Wood Stove / Range  w/ BoxHome Comfort Salesman Sample Wood Stove / Kitchen Range  w/ Box  This is a true salesman sample wood stove / range in its original carry case / box that a salesperson would carry from door to door or shop to shop trying to sell full size models to prospective customers.  It  measures just about 18" across the front. I believe it dates from the 20's or so.  It is all wood fired and must have been directed toward those folks living in rural areas without access to electricity or gas.  I bet it was a hard sell.

The overall condition is pretty nice noting that the lid to the water tank, and the tank itself are replacements.  The rest is all original and in good condition.  A nice looking salesman sample stove!!

Fine . . . . . .   SOLD! 



U.S. Baby Goth Wood Fired Cook Stove / Range by the U. S. Stove Corp. of TNU.S. "Baby Goth" Wood Fired Cook Stove / Range by the U. S. Stove Corp. of TN  There are several different versions of this sample size toy woodstove that can be found.  From the information I found the US version was made by the U.S. Stove Corporation based in Tennessee.  I have only seen this antique sample size stove a few times in all of my travels and searches. There are a couple similar stoves pictured in Ford's book with different names including a cream and green that he has valued at $3000 - $4000 in restored condition.

This sample size toy stove is in great un-restored condition and looks to be all original.  There is some minor chipping of the enamel at joints, but overall it is close to 97% or better.  The door hinges are good and they function and holds well.

 The cast iron top is in natural iron finish and is not pitted or rusty. The U.S. cast into the door is very graphic and bold. On the top left the word "Gothic" is cast into the top. On the right 68-18 is cast into the top. The back of the top shelf is marked "Baby Goth".  The bottom of the lid for the water reservoir on the right is also marked Baby Goth.  The cast iron fire box is OK, and the damper works. The feed door is good, and the sifter feature below the fire box is present and operable.  It even has the two original swiveling warming plates.

This sample size antique stove is nice as it sits, and will be even nicer cleaned up a bit more. A very nice example of a hard to find cast iron antique toy stove at an attractive price not found elsewhere.

Fine . . . . . .  SOLD! 



Uncle Sam Jr. Cast Iron Salesman Sample / Toy Cook Stove by Abendroth BrosUncle Sam Jr. Cast Iron Salesman Sample / Toy Cook Stove by Abendroth Bros  Abendroth Brothers foundry of Port Chester, NY made full size stoves as well as at least four different sizes of the Uncle Sam Jr. stove. These toy or sample stoves were highly detailed and fully functional.

This model has a water reservoir on the left.  It is a tall model with cabriole legs.  It has the same 4-panel mica glazed window in the end door for checking on the fire that the ones above have.  Below that is a small door marked Poker. The shelf seen in the pictures is OK and just needs to be bolted on.  The cross member to hold the round lids on the right side is a replacement.  One knob on the front has been replaced as well.  As with the others each door on the front has info cast into from the name Uncle Sam, JR. and the date 1876. 

A nice cast iron toy stove that was probably used as a display model as well as being offered for sale as a toy!

Good + . . . . . .  SOLD! 



Daisy Range Cast Iron Toy Stove by KentonDaisy Range Cast Iron Toy Stove by Kenton  This is the actual stove pictured in the Ford reference / price guide on cast iron antique toy stoves.  The condition is great and it is a nice looking and hard to find model.  Both shelves are present and correct.  It looks to be all original and very nice.  The back is marked Kenton, one of the best makers of cast iron stoves and other quality cast iron toys during this era.   It is one of the larger stoves Kenton made and stands 8-3/4" high by 13" wide without the shelves on each side.  It has six burners and lids, and a water reservoir on the right.  This is a good stove at a good price!! Opportunity! 

Fine . . . . . . SOLD! 



Home Cast Iron Toy Stove by StevensHome Cast Iron Toy Stove by Stevens  This is a very well made stove by one of the biggest and best makers of cast iron toy stoves,  J. E. Stevens.   Note that all 6 sides are cast iron and nicely decorated.  Even the stove lids and water tank lid are decorated.   It is the largest model that Stevens offered at over 14 1/2 inches wide w/ the shelves.    A very unusual stove, and very Nice!! 

Fine . . . . . .  SOLD!





Wetter Salesman Sample / Display Model / Cast Iron Toy StoveWetter Salesman Sample / Display Model / Cast Iron Toy Stove   This is the actual stove pictured in Ford's book.  In the picture taken for that book the lighting was off, and the color is off.  This is much closer to a robin egg blue in person and very close to the color seen here. 

This is very similar to the US stove at the top of the page, just a bit nicer, and a bit more.  Ford's write-up for this stove mentions a few different makers' names for this style stove over the years including Blue City Stove Works and the US Stove Corp., both located in Tennessee.  Other stoves that can be found that look similar but with different names are the Hanks Junior, the Mascot, and Baby Hazel. 

Very Nice!! 

Fine  . . . . . . .     SOLD! 



Tappan Salesman Sample / Toy Cookstove / RangeTappan Salesman Sample / Toy Cookstove / Gas Range  This is a great looking, working toy / salesman sample stove.  The two gas burners are real, and there is a hookup in the rear for a gas line so this could actually be fired up and used.  The aspect that keeps it from being a true salesman sample though is that it has only two burners on the right side instead of the typical four one would expect.  

I believe that these were models of the full size stoves offered, sold, or given to buyers of  real Tappan stoves.   The idea being that the child of the buyer would take it home and bond with it and the Tappan name, and have fond memories when the time came for her to be in the market for a real full size model.  Singer used much the same marketing strategy with their line of miniature sewing machines that they offered around the same period.  Create buyer / customer loyalty any way you could---and the sooner the better!

There has been some minor chipping to the enamel in places. There has been some minor touch up as well. All in all this antique gas stove is in great condition, and has a great look and sense to it.  A nice piece that will make a great addition to the collection or decor. 

Very Good  . . . . . . .     SOLD! 



THE DOLL Toy Cook Stove By Rikeman & Seymour / Peekskill NY"THE DOLL" Toy Cook Stove By Rikeman & Seymour / Peekskill NY  This is a early and unusual toy stove. There are a couple of variations of this stove pictured in Ford's book, but they are both marked differently than this example.  It looks to date from the mid-1800's with its early style and look.  The quality of the casting is exceptional.  Running the Rikeman & Seymour name turns up no reference to the company, but a stove just like it did sell at the Theriaults auction a while back.  It has a four-burner top with original lids and three legs. The sides are heavily decorated in the casting with roses and other flowers.  The size is 13" deep x approximately  11" wide across the front.    Early, different, and very nice!! 

Good + . . . . . .  SOLD! 




Jewetts Salesman Sample Gas RangeJewetts Salesman Sample Gas Range  There is little information available online about Jewett, or Jewetts, as a stove maker.  There seems to be a town or city named Jewett in just about every state, but scant info on that name associated with stoves or heaters.  Take a look at the pictures of the interior and the trays and baking racks that are included.  I think this is the sort of stove, range, or heater that was used in apartments and doubled as a heater and cook stove for the renter or occupant.   It has been nicely restored and looks great.    Different and very pretty!! 

Fine. . . . . . .     SOLD! 






Heiliger Salesman Sample Electric Range / StoveHeiliger Salesman Sample Electric Range / Stove   This is a genuine salesman sample for an apartment size stove in its original salesman sample black case.  Please be sure to look at the other pictures.

This stove is vintage and dates from the 1920`s.  It is German and made by Heiliger.  There is an information tag on the rear with that info.  It has 3 top burners and an oven.. It has a porcelain surface over steel. The porcelain has a couple of minor corner and edge chips but otherwise the stove is in excellent condition.  It`s all original and has 2 different plugs.  I am not sure if either is the original, but both work.  The stove has been tested and works fine with the stove and all three burners heating up. It measures 10 1/2" tall and 14 1/4" wide including the side panels. It weighs almost 12 lbs out of the box.

Very Nice!! 

Fine  . . . . . .     SOLD! 



Early Cast Iron Miniature StoveEarly Cast Iron Miniature Stove  This small early cast iron stove measures just about 9" across the front and 12" long including the shelf.  It is a nicely cast and constructed stove that is unmarked as to maker.  It is a nice early stove!!

Fine . . . . . .  SOLD! 








Rival Toy StoveRival Toy Stove  This small stove is probably by Dent. It is just marked with the Rival name and no maker info.  It has been painted and looks good.   A very nice little vintage stove!

Fine  . . . . . .  $55.00    SOLD!








Quick Meal Salesman Sample / Toy Cook StoveQuick Meal Salesman Sample / Toy Cook Stove  This is a great looking child size antique cook stove by the famous Quick Meal Stove Co. of St Louis.  It has been nicely cleaned and not overly restored.  It looks to be all original and the condition is very nice.  This stove measures just over 16" wide across the base.  It has the fold down shelf trivets on the back wall and all the doors are all operable and correct.  The inside components are all present as well.

Stoves such as this can be found in cases and were used as salesman samples as well as display models in small shops.  Many more are found without boxes and this would indicate that in addition to being used as store displays stoves like this were also sold  to buyers of the large full size models as toys.

There is one of these stoves listed elsewhere on the internet for $10,000 with a bit of family provenance with it.  This stove has the same sort of provenance and came from a similar situation in the Midwest.  It is waiting to become a part of a new family legacy.  An uncommon stove in uncommonly nice condition.  A great addition to any collection or decor.  Very nice!! 

Fine . . . . . .  SOLD!



Great Majestic Junior Salesman Sample / Display Model of Wood StoveGreat Majestic Junior Salesman Sample / Display Model of Wood Stove  This large antique salesman sample / toy cook stove / range has been carefully and meticulously restored!!  These stoves are a near exact copy of the full size range made by the Great Majestic Stove Company of St Louis, MO.  They were sold to customers of the line, as well as used in stores as display models.  When I say restored  I mean that it has been polished and painted.  I do not see any evidence of repairs or replaced parts.  A very large and graphic child size toy stove that also served as a salesman sample and display model stove that looks great!!

Fine. . . . . .  SOLD!





Superior Gas RangeSuperior Gas Range  This small early cast iron & tin gas Range by Superior  measures just about 5" square.  It is a simple single burner range and oven.  There is a more complicated version offered above with side shelves, but this one is correct as shown.    It is  a nice stove!!

Good + . . . . . .  SOLD!









G. F. Filley / Excelsior Manufacturing Co #100 Charter Oak Cook StoveG. F. Filley / Excelsior Manufacturing Co #100 Charter Oak Cook Stove  This is a rare and early stove.  G.F. Filley first opened shop in about 1849 in St Louis, MO.  This stove has his name cast into it on the small doors, and along the bottom edge of the main body.  The top is marked #100.  The small doors on the front are marked #30.  Later versions of this stove are numbered 503 and Charter Oak.  Many of the later models have no reference to G.F. Filley, as this one is marked. There is also patent info from the 1870's on the sliding lid of the water reservoir.  Note the added bonus of how the water reservoir is removable and the hole left, if the stove is used without the reservoir, can be covered with the vented plate in the picture.

This is one of those stoves that is hard to call just a toy or to call a true salesman sample.  I believe stoves like this were primarily meant to be store display models.  Perhaps they were carried about to stores and shops to show shopkeepers the latest in the maker's line, but I am pretty sure nobody was carrying stoves like this door to door to try and sell.

The body of the stove is pitted, but it is in overall OK condition.  I do not see any major cracks or repairs.  This is one of the earliest Filley marked Charter Oak stoves you will ever see and represents an opportunity that will not repeat many times.  Recommended!! 

Good  . . . . . .  SOLD!!



Globe Range Cast Iron Toy Cook Stove by KentonGlobe Range Cast Iron Toy # 950 Cook Stove by Kenton  This is a great looking large child size cast iron toy cook stove by Kenton.  It has been nicely restored and the nickel plating redone.  It looks to be all original and the condition is exceptional.  I see no repairs or replaced parts.  This stove measures just about 24" wide across the base including the 2 removable shelves.  The inside components are all present as well.

 This antique stove will be a great addition to any collection.  Very nice!! 

Fine . . . . . .  SOLD!!





Salesman Sample Woodstove w/ Fast Draft Vent Feature (RIGHT) 
This is for the salesman sample woodstove on the right.   It is unmarked but I believe by  the same maker Sterling as the one above.   Its most unusual feature is the fast draft chimney style vent seen in the front.  This sort of tube vent / draft was used to get fires going quickly and make them burn real hot as the air rushed by.  The design enhanced and created an almost supercharged draft to really fire up the fire.  I assume these were used in places like hunting camps, cabins, and the like where you wanted to heat up an area quickly upon arrival to a cold place.  Also note the raised loading port in the top.  The top finial is missing but that would be an easy fix.   It stands just about 10" tall and approx 6" across.  The condition is otherwise super.  It is a hard to find salesman sample, and will make a great addition to the collection. 

Good +  . . . . . .   SOLD!


BACK

This is just a sample of the many antiques & collectibles we have sold.
Click link to see other Sales Archive Pages on this Site.

We can help you sell quality Antiques  Contact Us.

For further info on consigning / selling your antiques with us please see our FAQ page, the Appraisal / Selling Page and the Selling Your Collection Pages.

Our current offering of Antiques for sale are at our sister Website Patented-Antiques.com.


This website is Copyrighted
(1998 - 2015)
Larry & Carole Meeker