This section lists items available related to restoration and furnishing of historic properties. 

If interested in any of these items,
please email

All items available at fair negotiable price
Proceeds from sales go to the Trust unless otherwise noted

PLEASE NOTE: Through these listings, the Somerset County Historical Trust is facilitating contact between the sellers and buyers but does not oversee or guarantee anything related to the exchange or sale of goods.  


Pecan and Shagbark Hickory Lumber

6600 board feet of air dried pecan and shagbark hickory lumber in sorted widths and thicknesses. Considerable live edge material in 4/4, 8/4, and 12/4 thickness and in lengths up to 16 feet.  

  • Band sawn from antique trees on a historic Somerset County plantation. 
  • Ideal for flooring and furniture
[seller: Randy George]

Pecan planks

197 board feet of fine 4/4 pecan planks

  • Rough sawn and air dried since 2011
  • From the ‘history tree” at Beckford Manor, Princess Anne

Antique house timbers (beams and joists)

  • From the c1860 William Tull House, Westover


1910 farmhouse windows

  • Approx. 42” by 30”


    Shutters - Louvered & Panel

    • 4 louvered shutters approx 4' x 18"
    • 2 raised panel shutters approx 3'9" x 16"

    Shutters - Solid & Louvered - 1910 Farmhouse

    • 5 pairs solid shutters 6’ x 21”
    • 4 1/2 pairs solid shutters 6’8” x 20”
    • 2-1/2 pairs louvered shutters 6’ x 21”

    4 pairs of raised-panel shutters

    • 5’6” x 16”


    Panthers Den Bricks - Large collection of Colonial era hand-made bricks salvaged from historic Panthers Den in Venton, MD - cleaned, sorted & stacked

    • Approximately 4,000 from c1710 and 14,000 from 1746
    • Intended for use in legitimate historic preservation projects

    Reclaimed Bricks - Cleaned and sorted, a rare accumulation intended for restoration of historically significant buildings.

    • Approx 500 cleaned 18th century wall bricks 
    • Approx 300 19th century cleaned wall or paving bricks in good condition
    • All are from Somerset County 


    Antique iron fencing

    • 48 ft. long


    Reclaimed Hardware

    • Numerous 18th century door hinges and miscellaneous hardware

    SOMERSET CHOICE SALVAGE (on sale in Shop)

    proceeds support Somerset County Historical Society/Teackle Mansion

    Have building materials or salvaged items you'd like to donate? 
    Please email us (including photos) at

    Somerset County Historical Trust, Inc.
     PO Box 863 |Princess Anne |MD 21853 |

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