Wonderful quality 4 ¾” ( 12cm ) tall by 6” ( 15cm ) wide delicately thin white porcelain lithophane stamped on back corner ( KPM 449 B ) ( see photograph of logo and marking for better detail ) which feature ( once illuminated from behind ) a young girl sleeping in a chair watching a baby in a rocking cradle while being accompanied by a reclining cat on the rug at the base of her chair. The elaborate scene details the entire room setting ( including floor length drapes ) in which they are presented in realistic three- dimensional form. Can be displayed “ as- is “, contained in a free standing screen or frame, a panel in a lamp shade, or in a host of other way. US$ 295. 


 Highly detailed white porcelain lithophane standing 6” ( 15cm ) tall by 4 ¾” ( 12cm ) wide, showing a well attired young man with legs outstretched with pet spaniel resting on his legs, all in an outdoor scene in a field of trees with the branches of a close tree forming the frame above the boy’s head . On back rear are incised “ KPM 295 Z “) ( see photo of markings for better and more complete detail ). When illuminated from behind the three -dimensional intaglio designs appear to be a myriad of shades of gray! Charming both in execution and theme!…………US$ 295. 


 Exceptional three-dimensional pale thin white porcelain panel in lithophane form, 4 ¾” (12cm ) tall by 6” ( 15cm ) wide featuring a Nineteenth Century girl with long curls and wearing long elaborate dress seated under a large vine with leaves extending above her to the left, apparently sitting by a river bank with hills in the distance all the while clutching a puppy to her chin while the mother dog and a second puppy look on and rest at her feet. Incised “ KPM 294 Z” on back corner ( see photo of marking for more detail ). A quintessential portrait of a privileged child, mid 19th Century, with no qualms or cares and enjoying her childhood!……..US$ 295. 


Pair of all carved and painted wood jointed figures by Schoenhut of Philadelphia featuring the famous comic strip characters “ Maggie and Jiggs “. Both are in very good condition with only minor typical wear dressed in all original costumes, Jiggs still with his cigar in mouth ( unfortunately Maggie has lost her rolling pin, much to Jiggs’ relief ). Maggie is 9” ( 23 cm ) tall, Jiggs 7 ½” ( 19cm )…………….US$ 375. 


 9 ½ ( 24cm ) tall composition Madame Alexander “ McGuffy Anna “ with original cloth tag sewn to the original dress and identifying her as such as well has having a raised “ Madame Alexander New York “ emblem on back of torso. She has painted facial features, swivel neck and joints at shoulders and hips with all original clothing and mohair wig. Overall condition is very good with one shallow craze mark on lower left cheek , on right mold seam , and in back near the embossed Madame Alexander markings….US$ 110. 


1 ½” ( 4cm ) tall, 4 ” ( 10cm ) long velvet bodied glass eyed “ jumping frog “ and stamped on bottom : MADE IN GERMANY SCHUCO PATENT “. The windup key protrudes ( and is permanently affixed ) from the left side. When wound it jumps slightly forward when the legs extended in the forward position but when legs are positioned in back of the body the frog moves forward on belly without any abrupt jump forward. An intriguing little toy and still functions relatively well.…US$ 95. 


Charming and well -constructed all wooden milk wagon and horse with all original paint and in good working order , 21’ ( 53 cm ) long, and 9” ( 23 cm ) tall to top of wagon, and as well as a toy, also advertised the Sheffield Farms Milk Company in New York City, who was a major supplier of milk there in latter part of 19th Century and the first half of the 20th. According to Wikipedia that after the early 1960’s the property formerly housing the Sheffield Farms Company on West 57th Street in New York now is the current location of the CBS Broadcasting facilities there. In addition to just being a toy wagon, it is also a pull toy and when the cord is pulled from the front the horse’s feet move back and front as if walking. Also perhaps a bit unusual is that the horse’s hooves do not actually touch the surface as he is propelled forward. Something a bit different and a great prop for making a display!…….US$ 575.