Cure a wicked winter of cabin fever and welcome in Spring with a Bucks County Primitives & Antiques Open House, Sale & Show April 18-19 at Hamlet House Farm, 999 E. Cherry Rd., Quakertown, PA, 18951. Gates will be open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Antiques, unique primitives, farm oddities, country & painted furniture, architectural salvage, garden d�cor, art, tools, everything. . .A rustic barn and carriage house with old-time treasures. Hone in on history! Furniture: Among the highlights, a early red-wash grain bin, a nice-size two-door blue-grey-painted jam cupboard, paint-decorated plank settee bench, nice baker's cupboard base on wheels, two industrial wooden baker's racks on wheels, 5-foot original orange-painted wood chest w/ back rest, a high-back paint-decorated settle bench as well as a simple-smaller oak high-back settle bench, primitive blue-painted produce farmstand, two long oak 1-drawer library or sofa tables, folk-art painted horse teeter-totter, 12-drawer Tucker File Co. cabinet, multi-color painted bucket bench, cupboards galore (hanging or single-door glass fronts; blind in attic-finish brown, another 2-door over 1-drawer primitive in blue-green paint, another in apple green, one in barnwood and more), two sets of paint-decorated chairs, mortised and primitive benches, painted baker's cupboard w/ 6-drawer gallery top, early dovetailed blanket chest with bracket feet, green-painted blanket chest [even the feet are dovetailed], 1-drawer gateleg & dropleaf tables (in pine and poplar), fabulous wrought-iron base 1940s vintage kitchen table, sky blue oak postmaster's station (Perkasie), pie safe (chestnut frame w/tin panels), primitive slant-front feed chests [one in original red wash], early square oak-trim trunk w/liner, rope beds, primitive barnwood coffee table, occasional tables w/turned legs, green-painted two-tier bench, industrial-primitive workstand-table, early scalloped-back dry sink, rustic entertainment cupboard, painted single-drawer table, wooden orchard packing house lockers, pine schoolmaster's desk, brown attic-finish schoolmaster's desk with iron inkwell, 2-door painted kitchen cupboard, Sun Mfg. Co. oak candy display case, smaller ornate French vitrene, 3 spool cabinets (one Clark's, another Willimantic), variety of primitive cradles (smaller one in red-green paint), school desks (one double that's painted white, another in oak), quilt racks, sm. narrow dark-wood trestle table w/drawer, unique primitive paint-decorated kitchen island in blue-grey on wheels, small blue-painted nightstand, sm. red-oak 2-drawer/1-door cupboard, 4-stack oak barrister bookcase, orig. green-painted New England dry sink, 3 green-painted chests (1-dovetailed), 10-foot blue-painted settee, large one-door painted kitchen cupboard, unique American Indian snowshoe bed, low-early grain-painted/smoke-decorated lided dry sink, three different butcher blocks (one double turned into a table); primitive work benches and tables on stretcher bases, long 3-board farm table tops (one in red), red-painted top workbench. Country: Red-wash hog scalding trough [and another in apple green], tin church cross (Sassmansville, Pa.), painted wooden wheelbarrow, goat wagon chasis and wheels, country store yarn-measure/counter, Civil War-era wooden casket stretcher, large-mortised folding quilt rack, four-piece ice cream soda fountain set found in the attic eves of the c. 1756 landmark King George Inn plus an early fireplace mantle from there, a stunning 1920s Coca-Cola Cooler on wheels, railroad STOP sign, industrial-salvage elevator signs, set/4 1940s carnival knockdown pins with prize paperwork (Allentown), dress forms, sausage press on splay-legged stand, carved and iron tribal art, cast-iron table-top waffle press, long vintage garden gate, large rosewood handmade level, various wagon jacks, barnyard model w/cows, apple fruit press w/chute-stand, cast-iron pumps, early spinning and walking wheels and yard winders [one painted], Chautauqua Industrial Art desk, showcases of smalls, primitive field feeder, feed and water troughs, checkerboards, butter churns (wood and glass), twig-art plant stand, litho Pennsylvania Railroad calendars (1950s), Mercer tiles, several wooden multi-drawer storage-display cupboards, child's alligator-hide trunk, slate chalkboards, nice large bamboo parasol, painted artist's easels, tall decorative iron porch columns-arbors, Victorian fretwork magazine rack w/ porcelain knobs, decorative flower pots, early-signed oil paintings, prints, local advertising (especially Quakertown, Perkasie and Souderton), portable maple chopping block, sm. cast-iron pot belly stove, child's doll dresser, tall orchard ladders, hex signs, baskets, gold-gilded mirrors and frames, other early mirrors [including a large tramp-art frame], dozens of wooden adv. crates and buckets, nail kegs, wooden and sap buckets, treenware kitchen collectibles and wooden butter bowls, crocks, ironstone, scales, primitive bake and cutting boards, folk-art birdhouses, horse-themed collectibles, Lehigh Valley Railroad oil can, logging chains, musical instruments, wagons (including early 1900s red tin-and-wooden "Olympic Coaster" and Red Racer wagon w/wooden-spoke wheels), metal and wooden signs, wooden wheelbarrows, primitive tools (goosewing and broad axes), Coca-Cola trays, barn bay full of architectural salvage, wood oddities, great set of elephant bookends, larger-scale pond boat model, barber's pole, wooden washtub stand, stained glass panels, country store d�cor, cast-iron, embossed adv. bottles, sm. printing press, wooden tool totes, Texaco tin truck and Danwell livestock truck, fabric, linens, quilts and comforters, books, ephemera, Civil War and apiary lithographs, old buttons, marbles, railroad and other lanterns, old cider press, painted foot stools, porch ice cream table and two chairs. Please Note: This is a modest sampling. The Antiques of Hamlet House Farm is honored to offer such quality at affordable prices. A can't-miss opportunity. Stock up for your own antiques extravaganzas. Decorate your farmhouse and rural property with one-of-a-kind finds. An all-weather event. Carriage house and barn open. Cash or established check w/ID. Questions or later appointments, email me.