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NHADA dealers offer choice Americana in Jasper52 auction

Few can match the quality and the reputation of the members of the New Hampshire Antiques Dealers Association (NHADA). Once again, Jasper52 will devote a sale to wares from these dealers. The 299-lot auction kicks off at 6 pm Eastern time on July 22. As always, it is curated by Clifford Wallach, an expert in tramp art, folk art, and Americana.

Hand-pieced sampler quilt top commemorating the 1876 Centennial, estimated at $1,200-$1,500

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July 8 auction offers Americana, folk art & outsider Art

The realms of Americana, Folk Art, and Outsider Art covers a startlingly wide range of objects and artifacts. Source materials range from silver, ceramics, cloth, glass, brass, iron, cardboard, wood, tin, paper, and stone. Items that can qualify include board games, trade signs, wind-up toys, fireplace tools, paintings, prints, drawings, carvings, pitchers, plates, paperweights, carnival targets, alphabet blocks, coverlets, candlesticks, vases, plates, flags, trophies, tankards, canes, and frames, to name just a scant few.

On July 8, starting at 6 pm Eastern time, Jasper52 will stage a sale of Americana, Folk Art, and Outsider Art – 554 lots covering every material and object named above, and more. As always, the sale is curated by Clifford Wallach, an expert in tramp art, folk art, and Americana.

Appliqued quilt created between 1860 and 1870, estimated at $2,000-$2,500

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Intriguing creamware American ship jug to set sail on June 17

You can rely on the New Hampshire Antiques Dealers Association. The 200-strong membership represents hundreds of years of experience with handling antiques, particularly Americana, and you know they obtain access to the best material. On June 17, starting at 6 pm Eastern time, Jasper52 will host New Hampshire Antiques Dealers: Americana, a 335-lot sale of choice material that reflects and evokes American rural life from generations past. Once again, Clifford Wallach, an expert in tramp art, folk art, and Americana has curated the tantalizing sale.

Liverpool creamware American ship jug, estimated at $3,500-$4,000

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Jasper52 offers Americana, Folk Art and Outsider Art, June 3

Once again, trusted expert Clifford Wallach has curated an Americana, Folk Art, and Outsider Art auction for Jasper52, which means its contents will be a richly panoramic representation of rural American life from decades if not centuries ago. Starting at 6 pm Eastern time on June 3, it contains more than 550 lots of paintings, textiles, and decorative objects.

1845 sampler stitched by Susan Locke of Lexington, Massachusetts, estimated at $3,000-$3,500

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Art Deco ice cream sign a cool addition to May 20 NHADA auction

Once again, the New Hampshire Antiques Dealers Association (NHADA) has offered a strong selection of items, and once again, Clifford Wallach, an expert in tramp art, folk art, and Americana has selected the best for Jasper52. A total of 344 lots comprise the May 20 auction, which commences at 6 pm Eastern time.

Art Deco ice cream sign, circa 1930, estimated at $4,000-$5,000

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Jasper52 showcases quality Americana from NHADA members

Items of Americana consigned by members of the New Hampshire Antique Dealers Association comprise Jasper52’s April 22 sale, which begins at 6 pm Eastern time on that date. Almost 400 lots feature in the sale, all of which come from dealers who belong to the respected organization. Americana expert Clifford Wallach curated the sale.

Large Yavapai woven basketry bowl or tray, estimated at $1,500-$1,800

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Jasper52 presents Americana, Folk Art & Outsider Art April 8

The fascinating world of Americana, folk art, and outsider art takes center stage in Jasper52’s new auction, beginning Thursday, April 8, beginning at 6 p.m. Eastern. Absentee and Internet live bidding is provided by LiveAuctioneers.

Handcrafted tramp art boxes, collectible vintage signage, and detailed wooden frames are just a few of the whimsical treasures offered in this Americana sale. These artisan objects vary from folk art paintings, ceramics, and more formal Americana. This collection of 19th-20th century rural life will create a unique sense of welcome in any home.

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March 25 NHADA auction rolls out classic Americana

Items drawn exclusively from the New Hampshire Antique Dealers Association are the stars of the upcoming Jasper52 auction, being held exclusively online via LiveAuctioneers.com. Bidding begins 6:00 p.m. Eastern on Thursday, March 25. One of the most interesting lots is a circa-1917 Houtenbrink “Eyes, Nerves, Broken Glasses Replaced” trade sign.

Houtenbrink painted wood trade sign, circa 1917, $3,000-$3,500. Image courtesy Jasper52

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Jasper52 presents generous slice of Americana March 11

Jasper52 will present a slice of Americana, folk art and outsider art in an online auction that will take place on Thursday, March 11, at 6 p.m. The auction catalog spans three centuries of antiques that were either made in America or brought here decades ago.

Missouri Pacific Railroad advertising calendar, 1930s, very fine to excellent condition given its age, 12½ x 19in. Estimate: $400-$500. Jasper51 image

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Giant eyeglasses focus of attention in NHADA auction Feb. 25

Leave it to the New Hampshire Antique Dealers Association to gather astonishing treasures from across America and beyond, which will be presented in a Jasper52 online auction on Thursday, Feb. 25. Museum-quality pieces among the nearly 400 lots offered include a rare Pennsylvania Mennonite quilt and a giant pair of eyeglasses that likely served as a trade sign.

Giant pair of eyeglasses, weathered original gilt surface, copper with glass inserts and iron hanger, 24in x 12in x 1½in, late 19th century. Estimate: $3,500-$4,000. Jasper52 image.

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