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The Personal Property Items that Mr. Grove Typically Encounters: furniture (American, Continental, English, period, country, mission, painted, twig, folk, custom, modern, etc.), paintings, sculptures, bronzes, folk art, Mexican retablos, Panamanian molas, prints, American Indian folk art, South American folk art, Asian folk art, African folk art, Australian Papunya Western Desert art, outsider art, art pottery, creamware, pearlware, American pottery, English pottery, porcelain, studio pottery, earthenware, sgraffito-decorated wares, yellowware, redware, stoneware, studio art glass, Italian Murano art glass, pattern and cut glassware, ephemera, early photographs (tintypes, ambrotypes, daguerreotypes, CDV’s, cabinet cards, etc.), sterling silver flatware and hollowware, coin silver, American Indian silver jewelry, Danish silver jewelry, Mexican silver jewelry, studio silver jewelry, costume jewelry, bakelite jewelry, prints, luggage and handbags, purses, hatpins, schoolgirl samplers, kimonos, weapons, quilts and coverlets, Oriental and hooked rugs, pewter and other metalware, treen, carvings, old hand tools and scientific instruments, medical, tobacciana, country store items, advertising, clocks, lighting, fishing tackle and lures, hunting decoys and traps, cowboy and equestrian items, firearms, edged weapons, militaria, police and firefighting, sporting and sports related, Shaker items, baskets, books, political ephemera, toys, architectural elements, garden furniture, automobiles, collections of popular collectibles, other categories too numerous to mention, and personal property that is not old but may have been damaged in transit.

Additional categories added as encountered, as time permits.