Salem Witch Trials Shadow Box Drawing, Antiques + Rare'1800's Sheet Music
SALEM WITCH TRIALS SHADOW BOX - By: The HARLEQUIN. The unique Shadow Box talks, sings, and even lights up- all being done by remote control.The Art piece, was created by Colorado Illustration Artist: "The Harlequin". To see a Video of the. Now includes an authentic jar of dirt, taken directly from "Gallow's Hill"... In Salem, Massachusetts, after finally visiting myself I even got a local newspaper verifying the day I dug the dirt. Without compromising its integrity and value. The Shadow Box comes with 2 remote controls... One: controls 8 different lighting sequences Flashing... Then brightening, Slow blinking, etc. And the 2nd Remote (which attaches to the right side of the box frame) Plays: The TOP 6 "Creepiest" Rock Songs of All Time IMO: such as "Paint It Black" - (Rolling Stones) - "Crazy Mary" - (Pearl Jam) - "House of the Rising Sun", etc. AND the second option on the Voice Recorder, tells 1 hr. "The Salem Witch Trials", as told by The History Channel. The entire piece, measures approximately, 22" X 18", lifts open from bottom-to-top... And has a glass display window. The Box, has several very unique & original items, even a few dating back to the 1800's. The Shadow Box's Contents are as Followed, Including a YT link... Where you can see it in action! 1898 Salem Witches March - Sheet Music - By: Jean M. By the Boston Journal of Sheet Music.
It is in Very Good condition light foxing, a few very light creases, small... Slight bent corners, but in great, overall condition... Considering being over 120 yrs. It is also "sleeved" in plastic... And is the centerpiece for the Shadow Box.1870's Wood-grained CDV of Women dressed up as Witches! - The picture is a little dark, but shows up fine with better lighting. Hand-drawn & Hand-made picture (by The Harlequin), celebrating "The Witch's Dance", showing witches dancing in a circle, with the date of "16 & 92", at the top. The drawing is also accented by golden-glittered borders.
1869 Original, Stereo Photograph, by: G. Proctor possible relation to the Salem Witch-related John Proctor?
Of The Old Witch House - Salem, Mass. Excellent condition & "plastic sleeved". 1910 - Original Postcard of Old Witch Jail - Roof Attic 1684 - Salem, MA. Mint condition & "plastic sleeved". 1906 - Original Postcard of Old Witches House - in Salem, MA.
1955 Original "Topps" (baseball-like) Card... Entitled "Witch Hunts in Salem - 1692" - Excellent condition & "plastic sleeved". Original & AUTHENTIC - Small Glass Jar of Authentic... Directly from "Gallows Hill", site where the towns people were hanged.I dug it up myself, and even have a newspaper from that day, along with several pictures of me doing it, and with many other pictures from our stay there in'2016'. A Custom-made, 3-D "Salem Witch" figurine. A Custom-made "Wooden Fence", 2 Custom-made "Wagon Wheels" from the period, 3 Custom-made "Witch's Brooms", 3 Custom-made 3-D "Trees". Several Unique, Independently Displayed Items: Black & White Bibles, a Metal Pale/Bucket, Black Rose, White Rose, A Mirror, A Black Cat, A Brown Broom, A Bat, A flat, Flying Witch Sticker. For FREE (within the continental 48/US states).
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Holiday & Seasonal\Wall Décor". The seller is "sharry5181" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Size: Medium
- Shape: Rectangle
- Handmade: Yes
- Artist: The Harlequin
- Character: Sabrina
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- Department: Teens, Adults
- Style: Art Nouveau
- Additional Parts Required: No
- Mounting: Door Mounted, Free Standing, Hanging, Wall Mounted
- Theme: Art, Historical Figures, Music, Seasonal
- Type: Art
- Features: Musical
- Customized: Yes
- Year Manufactured: 1898
- Subject: Witch
- Finish: Matte Black
- Care Instructions: Easy Care
- Character Family: The Wizard of Oz
- Room: Any Room
- Packaging: Box
- Occasion: Halloween
- Engraved: No
- Brand: Salem
- Time Period Manufactured: 1850-1899
- Suitable For: Door, Furniture, Wall
- Orientation: Horizontal
- Era: Victorian (1837-1900)