Maryland Line Antiques
Welcome to Maryland Line Antiques. I have been actively involved with antiques for almost 50 years. I offer primitives and country in natural finish or old paint. If you have questions or need additional pictures, please ask! Returns are NOT accepted if no questions are asked or additional pictures requested. USPS Priority Mail used whenever possible and added to purchase price. Sales tax added to Maryland purchases. Refunds, when accepted, will be less shipping and insurance. Sales and shipping to USA only. I accept checks (held for clearance), major credit cards, and USPS money orders. Layaway is available for up to 90 days, with equal payments every 30 days. Enjoy your visit!
1880s Victorian peaked window pediment gable end ornamentation. Small size : 30" x 17" x 2 3/4". Gray-white crackled paint finish. Found years ago in Eastern Pennsylvania. Wonderful over a bed or doorway.
Price: 385.00 (free shipping)
American made. New England Glass Company (1860-1860), Cambridge, Mass., hollow blown pear paperweight. The colors blend from vibrant yellow to soft red. It sits on a clear glass base. Diameter 2 5/8" x 3". There is a small "nick like" place on the bottom which I believe to have happened during the making of the weight. Otherwise beautiful surface for its age. Thanks for looking.
Price: Sold. Thank You
Early 1900s pressed steel friction engine and coal car. The toy is 13 inches long. It is all original and has been tucked away in my collection for many years. More pictures are available upon request. Thank you for looking. $150,00 and free shipping
Price: 150.00 Free shipping.
19th Century yellow ware milk pitcher, 4 inches, green-glazed checkerboard motif on sides, marked "1859" on bottom. Minor chips to glaze, overall condition very good. FREE shipping. Additional pictures available.
Price: $125.00 SALE
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