If you are looking for a great country motif tablecloth, here it is. It is large so will fit your harvest table and it is in excellent condition. I found one very faint spot about the size of a dime that I have not treated.
The motif is country kitchen items. Various crocks, butter churns, wire baskets of eggs, an old oaken bucket, syrup pitcher and assorted fruits scattered here and there. Behind one covered casserole is a framed picture of horses. This is an ad for Strafford House 1838 --hayes. The cloth has an inner border of Pennsylvania Dutch or colonial motifs. One is dated 1793. The colors are accurate in the photo.
This is a vintage tablecloth, although not ancient. It is made of sturdy fairly coarse linen 100% and is a Varitex Original Hand-Printed product. This style is called Colonial. It has no tag but I've seen this one with a tag. It needs a proper ironing but is otherwise ready to go.