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1stdibs | Folk Art Tin Plate Hand Made Locomotive And Tender

Folk Art Tin Plate Hand Made Locomotive And Tender

1stdibs | Folk Art Tin Plate Hand Made Locomotive And Tender

19th-century Hull & Stafford “America” clockwork locomotive, painted and stenciled tin and wood

Hull & Stafford “America” clockwork locomotive, painted and stenciled tin and wood

Painted Tin Pullman with Patient Date

J Compton Gallery specializes in contemporary and antique folk art; quality, one-of-a-kind antique playthings;

Folk Art Handmade Toy Truck

Folk Art Handmade Toy Truck

View this item and discover similar toys for sale at - Early Century Folk Art Handmade Toy Truck.

Antique Folk Art Tramp Art Primitive Toy Train Tin Cans Cigar Boxes Key Wind   #TrampArtFolkArt #UnknownAmerican

Antique Folk Art Tramp Art Primitive Toy Train Tin Cans Cigar Boxes Key Wind #TrampArtFolkArt #UnknownAmerican

Original Painted Keystone, Boston Tin Toy Steam Roller Truck circa 1920 from 1stdibs at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/folk-art/toys/original-painted-keystone-boston-tin-toy-steam-roller-truck/id-f_1317188/

Original Painted Keystone, Boston Tin Toy Steam Roller Truck

For Sale on - This model tin and iron signed Keystone steam roller from Boston, Mass.

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Folk art tug boat of wood, paper, metal, paint SOLD by North Bayshore Antiques…

Early American Tin: Painted Train

Z & K American Antiques, Antique American Folk Art and Fine Rare Antiques

Folk Art Display of Fish Decoys. US. Michigan. 1920's to 1930's. Stand made from wood and grapevine. Photography and description: Lisa S. McAlister/1stdibs

Folk Art Display of Fish Decoys

Mobile-like display of 16 hanging fish decoys- Folk Art Display of Fish Decoys.

CARVED AND PAINTED PULL-TOY MODEL OF A STEAMSHIP AMERICAN, CIRCA 1890

CARVED AND PAINTED PULL-TOY MODEL OF A STEAMSHIP AMERICAN, CIRCA 1890

Urban Remains Chicago :: unuusal intact and original depression era hand-crafted american folk art freestanding "sock me" carnival game clown piece - Miscellany

very unique american depression era folk art "sock me" carnival or amusement park game piece comprised largely of hand painted, stitched heavy duty plain woven fabric with a weighted base. the knock down clown was often used in traditional carnival games

Polychrome Carved Pine and Tin Indian Weathervane, Maine, late 19th century.

Polychrome Carved Pine and Tin Indian Weathervane, Maine, late century.

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