Vintage Buttons – Revolving Stock of Buttons

Fresh Supply of Buttons February 2018

Come By To See the Selection:  Victorian, Glass, Mother of Pearl, Metal, Military, Bakelite, Novelty, Large, Bags Full of Miscellaneous…

Parkway Drive Antiques


11-5 Monday — Saturday
Sunday*by appointment

Go to the bottom of this page for in-store sales…


 Pretty Canvas Shopping Bags
Various Colors
Large & Sturdy with Water-Proof Interior
$5 each


I am open by appointment on Sundays–please phone ahead


Let Me Know If You Are Looking For A Particular Item
Come To The Store Or Send Me An Email
I Will Contact You When I Find Your Special Item


I am always looking for things to buy…
Do you have an old house full of stuff you do not know what to do with?…CALL ME!!!

Do you want to downsize?…CALL ME!!!

Do you have things in storage and do not want to keep paying rent for them?…CALL ME!!!

Did you inherit things that you do not know what to do with?…CALL ME!!!

I like things…I like stuff…I buy….707 464-6035


I have different items arriving in the store every week…come check them out…

Check Out The
Dollhouse Miniatures
Includes Furniture, Dolls, Household Accessories,
Some Signed Items From The 1980’s


Doll House with Furniture $198


Costume or Elegant
Beads and Junk Jewelry
Silver or Gold

WANTED: old blue glass canning jars–any size


I am currently buying estates and collections–small or large

Here are a few tips for when you are ready to sell your items.

Do Not throw anything away or tidy things up.
You may think that you have a mess, but I will not think that–give me
a chance to look at everything.

Some people clean out and throw away the very items that I am looking for.
One person brought me a couple of old photographs and I commented
on how much I like old photos–they almost fell over–they had thrown
away a large garbage can full of photos and old snap shots!
I would have paid them for the photos…

Save your junk drawers and rusty, quirky items.
You will be surprised at what I buy!!!
I have a list of items that I buy on my Home Page…

If you do not want me to come to your home, you are welcome to
bring your items to me–let me know when it is convenient for you.

Hope to see you soon–whether it is to buy or to sell
Come to my store for a visit!

There are lots of new items coming in almost every day!

Buttons, Sewing Items,
Marbles, Knives, Lighters,
Military Items,
Vintage Outdoor Furniture
and more…
See A List Of Items On My Home Page

Parkway Drive Antiques
1650 Parkway Drive
Crescent City CA
707 464-6035




25% off Early American Pressed Glass
(EAPG drinking glasses are
hard to find in this locale)


40% off

(Dinnerware listed on the Misc. For Sale Page)

Currently Buying
Estates & Collections
Large or Small
Please look at my Home Page
for a List of Items that I Buy
I love stuff and junk and
quirky items, yard ornaments,
jewelry, pottery, primitives,
rocks, rosaries and medals…etc., etc., etc.



Parkway Drive Antiques
1650 Parkway Drive
Crescent City CA 95531
707 464-6035


Ideal Dispenser Co.
Model 55
For Restoration or As Is


Fountain Pen Collection
Old & New Pens


Individually Priced


Lara Croft WATERMAN Set


Waterman $50


Approximately 500 Fountain Pens, Dip Pens, Pencils & a Few Ball Point….
Ink Bottles, Pen Stands, Ink Wells

Fountain Pen Brands Include: Waterman, Parker, Sheaffer, Cross, Pelikan, etc.

Collectible Waterman Harley Davidson Pens


Jacots Swiss Music Box 1 Cent
19″ x 8 3/4″ x 7″
Plays Ten Songs
Patent Dates 1886 – 1888

Standard Sanitary Mfg. Co. USA
Pedestal Sink
top 24″ x 20″

Christmas Tree Pins


Vintage Yo-Yo Quilt Top/Coverlet
90″ x 90″

There is a variety of quilts in the store–quilt tops to be backed, finished quilts,
quilts for craft or repair–some nice old ones…


Royal Doulton
1958 Viking $140 SOLD
1966 North American Indian $120
Staffordshire $14
1935-55 Toby Philpotts $60
England $16

Royal Doulton

1957 Mine Host $60  SOLD
Sairey Gamp $19.50
1949 Falstaff $80
1952 Johnny Appleseed $80  SOLD  

Royal Doulton
1969-76 Alexandra $72–SOLD
Lily $48 SOLD
Ivy $36 SOLD

Royal Doulton
The Beatles
John, Paul, George & Ringo
$300 / set   SOLD

Royal Doulton
Sherlock Holmes
$78  SOLD

Old Bottles–Various Prices
Milk, Beer, Medicine, Apothecary,
Fruit/Canning, Embossed Whiskey…etc.




Sea Shell Flowers
Wedding Bouquets, Crafts, Etc.
Beautifully handcrafted flowers–made from real sea shells that have been dyed.
Various Prices–SOLD


Also, there are many large, medium and small sea shells
for collecting, decorating or craft.
SOLD IN BULK or Individually



Majolica Asparagus Plate – as is $90 SOLD

Majolica Chrysanthemum Plate – as is $32 SOLD

1890 inscribed on lid – Blown Glass Tankard – as is $98

Copper Tray–Chile Coat of Arms $42 SOLD

Sculpture–1997 Fabriciano $40 SOLD

Brass Temple Toy Camel–India $125—SOLD


1979 Monogram Space Shuttle 1/72  $5
1979 USAirFix Space Shuttle 1/144  $10
1984 Revell Made in West Germany Junker JU87B Stuka  $10

Vintage Royal Bayreuth
Various Prices

(several pieces have sold–please check availability)

Beach Glass
Sea Glass
from the Mendocino Coast of California
Lots of Colors–Red, Green, Brown, Blue, Purple…etc.
Various Prices – SOLD

**Glass Fishing Floats**
**Various Sizes and Shapes**
**Floats from Japan, Korea, Russia, Norway, USA**
**Original Vintage Floats and Replica Floats**
Various Prices

Japanese Glass Fishing Floats
Various Sizes 2″ – 16″ Various Prices




I Do Not Always Have Large Glass Floats – Get Them While You Can


Huge lot of Dollhouse Miniatures

Furniture, Dolls, Home Decor, Rugs, Linens, Tools,
Keys, Lamps, Electrical Supplies, Food and Canning Jars,
Kitchen and Laundry…many more items not pictured…

*Come by and check out the large collection of

You will not believe how many there are–the variety is amazing!!!

This store is so much fun–come by for a LOOK!!!

many animal dishes have sold–still a good variety to choose from

Over 400 Vintage Crab Pot Buoys
ranging in price from $ .50 — $16.00
…depending on age and condition
the more you buy the better the price

Buoys are getting hard to find–so get yours now….

Biscuit /Cracker Jar


Nippon 1911-1921
Green Wreath M–Morimura
Moriage Relief and Beaded Decorations
Desert Scene

St. Clair Paperweights $98

St. Clair Carmel Slag Buffalo/Bison $98

Miniature Jack-in-the-pulpit Vase by Terry Crider $48

Wooden Egg Shaped Owl 1979 $10–SOLD

Great Assortment of Paperweights!
various prices

Some Have SOLD…

Cooking Corner
Spice Tins, Cooking Untensils, Aprons, Cookie Cutters,
Rolling Pins, Sifters, Beaters and More…

Selection of Various Bells
Porcelain China Patterns Include:
Royal Albert, Spode, Haviland, Ansley, Noritake, Minton, etc.
$2 – $12

1959 Bossons Indian Plaque
$78.50  SOLD

various prices $20-$80  MOST HAVE SOLD

2005 – lightly used–no shoes
Two with COA from Bradran-Iranian Rugs
Call for more information
707 464-6035

36″ x 13″
old wooden sign–made to look old
$450.00–currently NFS

Lots Of Colorful PYREX – revolving inventory…

“BLESST” Rosary Bracelets by Sandra Fernandes
Created From A Vintage Rosary, Medals and /or Old Jewelry Parts
The Bracelet Is Not Meant To Be Perfect–It Is Made From Old Materials
Each Bracelet Is One Of A Kind–No Two Are Alike
The Old Rosaries Have Been Blessed, Loved And Are Very Special!

$30 to $65 and up…


Edison Cylinder Player

1903 Patent

One Cylinder, No Speaker Horn

Great Working Condition


22″ x 35″
handcarved chess set
purchased in Spain in the 1980’s
hangs on the wall–chess board slides in for storage

12″ 1 Cent


Ford Gum Ball Machine Serial # C034071 $100

Ford Peanut Machine Serial # P005783 $100


China Dish Sets
40% discount
off listed price
until April 30, 2013

75 pieces Noritake Chatsworth #5044
$240 ( sale price $144.00) SOLD

33 pieces Royal Crown Derby Green Blue Leaf #A701
$494 ( sale price $197.60) SOLD

74 pieces Homer Laughlin Briar Rose
$448 ( sale price $268.80)

32 pieces Noritake N51
$98 ( sale price $58.80) SOLD

75 pieces Crown China
$198 ( sale price $118.80)

2 sets of 29 pieces each Noritake Occupied Japan

$135 / 29 piece set
( sale price $81.00)

18 pieces Occupied Japan Spring Violets Luncheon Set
$72 ( sale price $43.20)


26 pieces Service for 8 New/Unused
Wedgwood California #W4377
$198.44 (sale price $119.06)


89 pieces T. Haviland Limoges France
1910-1925 Orleans
$498 ( sale price $298.80) SOLD

41 pieces Royal Doulton Arcadia 1959-2000
$300 ( sale price $180.00)

25 pieces Cauldron Bone China England Barberry
$150 ( sale price $90.00)

Large Variety of Red Glass and Black Glass Luncheon Sets and more…

Coors Light
Lighted 15″–Works
plastic has a crack



There are still lots of polished rocks & agates INSIDE the Store


rose quartz, jaspers, obsidian, geodes, agate, picture rock, slab sliced, lapis,
petrified wood, apache tears, tiger eye….some polished, cabochons, jewelry findings, etc.
I do not know much about rocks–come by and look–they are beautiful!

SOLD Petrified Wood

SOLD slab slices — blue sodalite SOLD

crystals and rose quartz SOLD

SOLD various green rocks

SOLD more beautiful rocks…

SOLD Red Rocks, Lace Agate, Red & Green Rocks

SOLD Geodes and Soil Agate?

SOLD Apache Tears and Green Blood Rock?

SOLD misc. green stone and Tigers Eye

SOLD Various red and brown rocks

There are still lots of polished rocks & agates INSIDE

local agates $2.00 per bag


Guitar with Case
Epiphone PR-650-ASB
as is–neck crack

Dulcimer –as is–needs repairs
with large case

Various Pocket Watches and Jewelry

Waltham Vanguard Open Face Pocket Watch
Replica Rolex–SOLD
Russian Pocket Watch

All Of The

Shown Below Have Been
I do have a few other watches and watch parts in stock…
come on by and take a look!

24″ x 30″
SELRES_0.5220691818614096Oak TableSELRES_0.5220691818614096 $160


42″ x 21″ x 55″


Oak Bureau/Desk
30″ x 41 1/2″ x 17″
Two Drawers
Fold Down Desk Top

Two Lamps
overall height 32″ NO shades
Moroccan Style–Black & Gold Painted Embellishments
$40 each


Entry Table
34″ w x 18″ d x 29″ h

Oak Hoosier Style Cupboard
with spice rack & sifter
original glass on upper doors
pull-out work area covered with linoleum


Art Deco
with two interior drawers
37″ x 19″ x 48″

Contemporary Style
Wine Cabinet
45″ x 19″ x 15″


Wardrobe Trunk
48″ x 21″ x 22″
with drawers, hangers and foldout desk top and a curtain…unique!
Stenciled Name: Emilie Freud San Francisco
American President Lines Label
Maker or Distributor Label: Ludwig Szabo Wien, XV. Turner Gasse, 19
Telfon 80201 (Vienna)

79″ x 36″ x 18″
Armoire with Bubble Glass
Interior Tag: From Maple & Co. Limited London Paris

Vintage Game Table
Leaf Pulls Out From Under Table Top
36″ x 36″ or 36″ x 60″

Solid Oak Table, 4 Chairs & Bench
manufactured in California
one 18″ leaf
table: 42″ x 60″ plus leaf
bench: 43″

Qing Dynasty
over 100 years old — as is
Two Ancestral Portraits
56″ x 32″ and 56″ x 30″
Both are wearing Civil Rank Badges with Peacocks
2 / $700

11″ x 14″
by local artist
Evelyn Wright

approximately 45″
Local Artist Evelyn Wright
Oil Painting on Cross Cut Saw


79″ Painted Saw Blade
Redwood Trees Logging Scene
By Local Artist Evelyn Wright



Conceptual drawings of textile tapestries by Roy Wilce.
Wilce’s enormous tapestries were commissioned by Banks, Hotels, Civic Centers and Corporations.
This portfolio consists of approximately 40 mixed media, watercolor and acrylic drawings on paper.
Unframed–most are mounted on foam board and covered with plastic. (please note that
some photos are blurred or have reflections from the plastic covers)

3 panels
18 1/2″ x 12″
signed on mat: Roy Wilce

mixed media
9″ x 7″
titled: Big Thicket
signed on mat: Leroy Robert Wilce

7 3/4″ x 11 3/4″
signed on mat: Roy Wilce

mixed media
12″ x 8″
titled: Italian Umbrella Pines
signed on mat: Roy Wilce

mixed media
18″ x 6″
titled: Golden Valley
signed on mat: Leroy Robert Wilce
notation on reverse: approved for Marriot SLC (Salt Lake City)

mixed media
8″ x 12″
titled: Villa Cypress
signed on mat: Roy Wilce

mixed media
8″ x 10″
signed on mat: Marriot Hotel Springfield Mass. Leroy Robert Wilce

mixed media
12″ x 7 1/2″
front painting – unsigned
size notation on mat & initials that are not the artists
reverse has painting–see below

mixed media
7″ x 10″
signed: Wilce

13 1/2″ x 9 1/2″
titled: Colorado Canyon
signed on mat: Roy Wilce

9 1/2″ x 13″
titled: Red Rock
signed: Roy Wilce

10″ x 14″
titled: Blue Rainbow Mesa
signed on mat: Roy Wilce

mixed media
13 1/2″ x 9 1/2″
titled: Box Canyon
signed on mat: Roy Wilce

16″ x 3″
titled: Loveland Rainbow”
signed on mat: Roy Wilce

7″ x 10″
titled: Towards Capri
signed on mat: Roy Wilce

mixed media
8″ x 8″
signed on mat: Roy Wilce

14″ x 7″
titled: Adobe Wall
signed on mat: Roy Wilce
(actual colors are brighter than photo–more of a salmon pink)

mixed media
14″ x 7″
titled: Adobe Wall
signed on mat: Roy Wilce
notations on front and reverse: for Debbie Moses-Denver Working Sketch Jan 19 1984
(actual colors are more vibrant than photo)

14′ X 7″
titled: Adobe Wall
signed on mat: Roy Wilce
(actual colors are more vibrant than photo)

pencil drawing
17 1/2″ x 9″
titled: Adobe Wall
signed on mat: Roy Wilce

12″ x 9″
grid lines drawn on plastic cover
signed on plastic cover: Wilce

18″ x 9″
grid lines are on plastic cover

6″ x 8″
signed on mat: Leroy Robert Wilce

8″ x 15″
titled: Lives in Harmony
signed on mat: Roy Wilce
grid lines are drawn on plastic cover

mixed media
14″ x 9″
titled: No. 2
signed on mat: Leroy Robert Wilce
notation on reverse to go ahead with this choice…
grid drawn on plastic cover

11″ x 5 1/2″
signed on mat: Roy Wilce

12″ x 10″
signed: Roy Wilce
grid lines are drawn on plastic cover
notes on reverse

12″ x 9″
signed on mat: Leroy Robert Wilce
grid lines are drawn on painting

12″ x 8″
notation: Hyatt Westwood, Los Angeles, Ca.
signed on mat: Leroy Robert Wilce

10″ x 5 1/2″
notation: Hilton Hotel Logan International Airport, Boston, Mass.
signed on mat:  Roy Wilce

10″ x 14″
signed on mat: Leroy Robert Wilce

8 1/2″ x 7 1/2″
notation: Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Brodie-Beverley Wilshire Hotel
signed on mat: Leroy Robert Wilce

9 1/2″ x 12″
notation: Spring Atlanta Hilton
signed on mat: Leroy Robert Wilce

15″ x 6″
notation: Park Hotel, Toronto, Canada
signed on mat: Leroy Robert Wilce

15″ x 6″
notation: Park Hotel Toronto Canada
signed on mat: Leroy Robert Wilce

18″ x 6″
notation: Sports Deli Century City, Ca.
signed on back of mat: Leroy Robert Wilce with address & phone number

12″ x 4″
notation: UCB Bank Century City May 1975
grid lines drawn on plastic cover

12″ x 4″
notation: UCB Bank Century City, L.A.
signed on mat: Leroy Robert Wilce

14″ x 14″
notation: Wells Fargo Bank Newport, Ca.
grid lines drawn on painting


5″ x 7 1/2″
signed on mat: Leroy Robert Wilce

There are several more small unsigned paintings that are not mounted or
that had been previously mounted and are loose

Please phone or email for pricing

The 40 plus pieces will be sold as one lot

Watercolor By Local Artist
Gunhild Rich
12 1/2″ x 11″


Watercolor By Local Artist
Gunhild Rich
12 1/2″ x 11″

Watercolor By Local Artist
Gunhild Rich
12 1/2″ x 11″

This is a rendering very similar to Howard Terpning’s
“On The Edge Of The World”

36″ x 24″ — temporary frame–canvas not stretched or mounted
Indians and Ponies
signed: G. Maxtafler???

25″ x 20″ mat
20″ x 15″ print
Signed on print, signed on mat
Title written in pencil on print “His Land”
print 113/500
Pencil Drawing of Buffalo Left Lower Mat 1995 Kenneth J. Hurley


Information found on line:
A self-taught artist…although his subject matter reflects history and wildlife, the buffalo is his speciality and artistic first love. Hurley’s paintings and sketches have been exhibited in many major shows in the Northwest where he has won a myriad of honors and awards. He has participated in many one and two man shows, including one in Panama. He is also very well known for his Quick Draws at the shows.
Ken’s latest honors was being chosen to represent western & wildlife artists at the “Spirit of the West”, during the Puyallup Fair, Sept. 2003, with Fred Oldfield and three other artists. Plus, he was also invited back to the one year celebration of “The Fred Oldfield Western Heritage Center” to do a Quick Draw and show his talents in making buckskin clothing. Ken’s had a great season showing his art work at major shows and one-man shows.

watercolor & mixed media paintings

Various Sizes and Prices

Polly Ann Davis (1933-1979)

Born in Shirley Center, Massachusetts. Active artist, starting at a very young age. (Her father, Nord Davis, Sr. and brother, Erik Davis were both artists. Both are deceased.) She worked in watercolors, pastels and oils. She also did commissions as a portrait artist. Diversity of her work is amazing. Most of these pieces were painted late 1940-50’s. Polly Ann signed her work in various manners. Signatures may be in large or small handwriting, on the left or right and on the reverse. Polly Ann was a talented artist. She passed away at the age of 45 in 1979. Here is an opportunity to own one or more pieces of original artwork done by this extraordinary artist.

overall 29 1/2″ x 21 1/2″
image size with signature 21″ x 19 1/2″

signed in pencil 162/350

Lithograph that looks like a watercolor

Titled: Fokken Dr. 1

artist signature unknown

white border edge has a water stain at the upper right corner–this can be covered
by having the art matted & framed

art is unframed on heavy paper


RARE 18″ x 24″ Poster
Indian studies Curriculum Institute
Humboldt State College Presents
Indian Experience
Lehman Brightman
Jack Forbes
Adam Nordwall Dancers
David Risling Jr.
Chief Su-Worhrom & Dancers

WPA Style Oil Painting On Panel
19″ x 23 1/2″
has some paint loss

vintage 24″ round framed print
bright colors

FRITZ FAISS (1905-1981)

Fritz Faiss (1905–1981), German artist, philosopher, author, and poet, was born one of fourteen children in Furtwangen, in the Black Forest of Germany on March 6, 1905. His mother gave him the gift of music and storytelling; his father, the gift of scientific and mechanical thinking. As a young boy he preferred to travel through Germany and Europe alone, on foot or on bicycle, with nothing but his sketchbook and passport. He made contact with leading artists of his time, including Adolf Hoelzel, and was not only a teacher, but a medical doctor as well. Faiss was accepted at the Bauhaus and studied under Paul Klee and Wassily Kandinsky.
By 1937, Faiss was named a “degenerate” artist by the Nazi regime as the rise of Hitlerism grew in force. Although he was forbidden to paint, exhibit, or send his work outside of Germany, he continued to paint secretively at great risk; he risked his life to save his work just as he risked his life to save the lives of many of his friends. Although the Nazis destroyed Faiss’s studio twice, he saved some of his woodcuts from Gestapo searches by hiding them in woodpiles or disguising them by pasting paintings over them and hanging them in his studio. He was forced to give up his medical practice and was taken to a forced labor camp, where he suffered under medical experiments. Faiss was one of three who survived the camp and was released by American intervention.
He spent years recovering from the labor camp and his first exhibition after the war was fittingly sponsored by the American Military Government, in Pforzheim, in 1947. His work has been exhibited in most capitals in Europe as well as the east and west coasts of the United States.
In 1951, Faiss left behind a professorship at Frankfurt-am-Main and came to California. He accepted a position at the University of California at Los Angeles. He left after being criticized for encouraging individualism in the arts, and accepted a position at California State University, Northridge. He retired in 1973 as a professor Emeritus. Faiss suffered a stroke in 1976, which greatly influenced his later work. He took another challenge in stride as he used his left hand to paint.
Others call his work expressionist, but Fritz Faiss’s work stands alone; he calls his work “Faissism.” He shifts easily from the naturalistic to the abstract. He was an artist during the years after the first World War, an exciting and unique time; a period of remarkable spiritual uplift and great idealism. Musicians tend to enjoy the harmonistic themes in his work. Other themes include the life of Christ, war, the Hawaiian coast, and Big Sur.
Faiss liked to use pen and ink, silverpoint, woodcut, and monoprint- but is perhaps best known for his mastery of encaustic (wax) painting. He has written several books and is famous for his color theories. The images in many of his paintings reflect his ability to start life anew after the war and reflect Faiss’s inner balance and peace. (Biography from Trout Museum Website)

6″ x 8″
“The Many Gates”
(To David & Pat May ’76 Fritz & Janet)
not numbered
Fritz Faiss

28 1/2″ x 32 1/2″
Encaustic Painting on Paper
Mounted on a Painted Board
Fritz Faiss
# 1552 #1553 Dated: 1957
two of a series of planets–Mercury and ___?
*panels are moldy, need cleaned–scratch on lower left

29″ x 49″
Encaustic Painting on Paper
Mounted on a Painted Board
Fritz Faiss
# 1549 #1550 #1551 Dated: 1957
three of a series of planets–Mars, Sun and Venus
needs cleaned–paint loss along board edge


TWO Paintings 1970’s
by: Harold Schwan
call for price
also a portfolio of pen & ink drawings
He called his form of painting, “Spacialism”…an expression of a new level
of consciousness in the mind of mankind…

Reuel Deckard Prints

1980’s Limited Edition Prints by Reuel Deckard (1927-2005)

(Limited To 950 Each–Not Numbered)

“Letter From Home” 24” x 20”

“Wild Horse Canyon” 20” x 17”

“Carson City To Nevada” 24” x 16 1/2”

“Snow Scene” 20” x 16”

$8.00 each or 4 for $24.00
plus shipping

REUEL DECKARD was born in Illinois on January 8th 1927

He died on February 8th 2005 in California

From his youth and through his teens, Reuel Deckard spent the summers roaming the woods and fields around
his grandfather’s farm in Southern Illinois. He helped on the farm: plowing, driving the team, etc.

He studied and sketched the wonders of nature that surrounded him there.
Some of his first paintings were done on the window shades in the old farmhouse.
This delighted visitors and family alike.

He won a scholarship to the Art Institute of Chicago at the age of 12.

He went to a life class after serving in the Army. But his greatest teacher was always the
rolling prairie, the horse, mountains, deserts and all of nature at its fullest.

In addition to his sketches and paintings, Mr. Deckard was also an accomplished sculptor
and created a few bronze statues. The oil paintings, sketches, sculptures,
drawings and watercolors of Reuel Deckard are treasured by many
collectors, public and private, throughout the United States.

One of Mr. Deckard’s largest paintings is located in Victorville California at the Out Post Cafe.
The painting was featured in “The West Magazine” in the 1960’s.
The painting depicted pioneers coming from the East to settle new territory.

Reuel Deckard lived in Texas, Arizona and California. Mr. Deckard had a gallery in
Diamond Springs California for several years. He relocated to Jackson California in 1986.

His work was on display at the Jackson Museum. Mr. Deckard retired to Crescent City California
in the early 1990’s. He continued to paint for himself and for
special commissions until his eyesight diminished.

In the 1980’s, Mr. Deckard produced 950 limited edition prints each of four paintings:
Carson City to Nevada, Letter From Home, Wild Horse Canyon and Snow Scene.
A few prints are known to be signed and numbered.

For Additional Information About The Artist And His Art
Please Feel Free To Contact Me

The Above Prints Are Available At Parkway Drive Antiques


from two private collections

Listed Artist: Frederick Shannon Ray

please keep watching for additions

Some of the Fred Ray art is FOR SALE
LOOK for Prices….

13″ x 16″
Oil on Masonite Board
Titled: “William Wendt” – Sketching
Signed Frederick Ray & Monogram on Reverse—Monogram on Front Lower Right

11″ x 14″ on canvas

Titled: “Harbor Tug” Red Stack Tug Co. San Francisco, Cal.
Signed & Monogram 2009

Fred Ray

“An Old Tramp”

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“An Old Friend”

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Partial Portfolio
of Artist
Frederick Shannon Ray
(the photos below are made from earlier photographs)

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“An Old Friend”

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“An Old Tramp”




1650 Parkway Drive
Crescent City CA 95531
707 464-6035