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Only have one example......................................., French & Indian War period hoe, 5" blade, 1.25" socket, found within three miles of the fort, early crude blacksmith marks, good form and firm metal...................................................., This style as used from 1740 - 1830, 9" X 8"X 6" overall. The answer depended upon where they came from and where they landed. Augustine ate differently from the English people in Jamestown, the Dutch in New York and the French in South Carolina.The first building was the home of Peter Schuyler first mayor of Albany in 1686. His liturgical feast day is celebrated by the universal Church on April 2nd, the day on which he died. The gate sprue is felt to be after 1750 [see Neumann].3 different...................................................., Late 17th Century marbles excavated by an amateur archeologist over 40 years ago in the ruins of the Schuyler House at Schuyler Flatts, NY., stone and clay, have several examples........................................................, 6.5", typical wide bowl pewter spoon with a touch mark "IB or JB". 1650 - 1690, excavated in a cellar of a Colonial home north of Albany, NY. The surfaces still have dirt residue, un-cleaned..............................................., 2 items, [1] Table knife, 8" bone handles, iron frame, marked MARSHES and SHEPHERD, [2] two tine iron fork, 7" with bone handles unmarked. Between 17, the firm traded at Park Hill, where James Marsh (1761 - 1841) built up the business. The fork's two tine lends to the late 18th Century and the knife about 1825.................................., all three have attractive stag handles, [1] two pronged fork, stag horn handle, 6.5" iron tines with iron pommel - 2 tine style of the 18th Century, [2] 10" iron knife sharpener with stag horn handle, iron blade with iron pommel, [3] table knife, 9.25" stag horn handle, marked John Brown & Co. The group of three Early American items......................................................., 18th Century, Octagonal shaped brass medal 20mm X 22mm, obverse St. Though his miracles were numerous, he was canonized for his humility and discernment in blending the contemplative life with the active one. Excellent details....................................................., 5.25", brown clay molded pipe, c. Two small chips at top edge which are trivial, very fine surfaces.........................................................., 4" X 5" with a 5" handle, cast iron. Very fine........................................, 2.75" X 6.5", raised terracotta bowl with orange slip decorated with green and yellow swirls. From a New York Collection, very fine, no fissures, color bright..............................................., 1.5" X 7.25", terracotta bowl with cream and reddish-orange slip with the central decoration a basket of flowers, green and cream circles surround the lip. From a New York Collection, very fine............................................................., named for a Spanish site in Venezuela and manufactured in Barcelona, Spain and brought to America by the early Spanish explorers Narvaez de Leon and Desoto [1550 - 1550].Sit beneath our “Kissing Tree”, a giant oak located at our expansive property – and let its sprawling branches embrace the timelessness of your love., three French or English playing cards of a very unusual design.Three basic "King" cards with each showing two different sets, [a] Spade with five diamonds, [b] Club with 2 1/2 diamonds, [3] Diamond with four spades.All show wear, some water stains, top tip of one trimmed............................................................, White clay smoking pipe with 7" of the long stem remaining. 1780, spiked base with some decorative designs to the bowl.

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