John Coker, LTD - Est. 1971

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Small baby doll with a blanket. Black dots for eyes and a red dot for the mouth. This is one cute little doll.
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Not-Chi-Mi-Ne or No Heart; Possibly an early McKinney Hall print this highly colored print shows an Inway Chief in a native costume wearing a pendant with a western figure and a very colored headdress. The image is signed AH on the shoulder of the sitter. Trade beads are around his neck and the blouse/shirt worn has a large ruffle in European or Early American styling. The print is approximately 150 years of age and is in good condition. No Heart is recorded as being a very fierce warrior and he was known to be ruthless hence his name.
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The photo of a Cranberry glass against red background does not do the color justice but the Cranberry color is rich with a slight swirl in the glass for design. The collar seems to be original as does the brass burner.
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An interesting 1970s motif of a stylized wheat sheaf painted in the middle of the plate with a silver or platinum border. There is service for 12 (with one piece missing), creamer and sugar, gravy boat, cups and saucers, meat platter, covered vegetable bowls and all sorts of normal pieces. This would have a good, classic appeal for dining.
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This well cut and designed cut glass decanter with stopper is all original and the fan and diamond cutting make for a very reflective surface.
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Lorrie seems to be a pretty blonde doll with original knitted hose and dress. She has blue eyes and painted eye lashes. Her arms move and she has her original shoes that are marked Hong Kong.
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The Augustus Mitchell series of maps shows detailed descriptions of each region showing railroads lakes and the borders are well defined in watercolors.
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Sketches by Boz drawn by George Crukshanke show an interesting view of early life and unusual interior backgrounds in the different views. Several of these would be suitable for framing to tell a story.
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Turn of the Century No 2 Kerosene Lamp with Star Pattern Base 2 mold mark original collar.
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The noted map maker Gotha: Justus Perthes did engravings of the world and Stielers hand atlas and many countries borders have changed since the mid-19th century. This is an interesting historical document and for family genealogy and travelers this is an interesting view of changes in the last 150 years. These were also created by S. con Stulpnagel.