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[Civil War - Cased Images] Civil War Sixth Plate Double Tintypes of Soldiers & Their Wives 
3/22/2012 - American History: Online Auction
Lot of 2, including: a sixth plate faithful dog case containing a tintype of two soldiers and a tintype of two women; and a sixth plate acorn motif case housing a tintype of three soldiers and a tintype of three women.

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[Civil War - Veterans] Civil War Veterans' Calling Cards & Documents from Maine 
Lot # 123 - [Civil War - Veterans] Civil War Veterans' Calling Cards & Documents from Maine 
Lot includes: G.A.R. calling card of Charles F. Foye, Bosworth Post, No. 2, Portland, ME, who served with 17th Maine Infantry until September 29, 1864, when he transferred into the 1st Maine Heavy Artillery for the remainder of the war and beyond. G.A.R. calling card of Andrew Saunders, Gelcich Post... > Item Details
[Misc. Photos] Collection of Vintage Photographs, 19th Century through Early 20th Century 
Lot # 234 - [Misc. Photos] Collection of Vintage Photographs, 19th Century through Early 20th Century 
Lot includes hundreds of photographs, ca late 19th century through early 20th century, including: a large format photograph of Church of the Ascension on Staten Island; the illustrated book Around The World With A Camera, New York, Leslie-Judge Company, 1910; a brass inkwell; an unused scrapbook-sty... > Item Details
[Civil War - CDV] CDV of Capt. Edward J. Jones, 11th Mass. Battery
Lot # 36 - [Civil War - CDV] CDV of Capt. Edward J. Jones, 11th Mass. Battery
with “Heard & Moseley/Boston” imprint and period ink signature beneath portrait. Jones commanded the battery from its inception in August 1862 as a nine-month organization, finally mustering out with the reorganized three year battery in June 1865 as brevet major. The nine month battery served in ... > Item Details
[Civil War Photo] Nelson Taylor, Civil War General & Politician, Hand-Colored Photograph 
Lot # 51 - [Civil War Photo] Nelson Taylor, Civil War General & Politician, Hand-Colored Photograph 
A hand-colored photographic enlargement on silver gelatin paper, produced post-Civil War. Housed in original frame with period identification on frame backing Col. Nelson Taylor, 17th N.Y. 72nd Regt. inked on backing; 18" x 12" overall. Nelson Taylor (1821-1894), entered military service in 1846 as... > Item Details
[Late Indian Wars] Charge of the Colored Troops Lithograph 
Lot # 177 - [Late Indian Wars] Charge of the Colored Troops Lithograph 
American, titled Charge of the Colored Troops - San Juan in lower margin, dated 1907 and published by James Lee Co., Chicago l.l.; 15.5 x 19.5 in. > Item Details
[Civil War - Manuscripts] Civil War General Orders Referencing the Firing Squad for Union Deserters & a Confederate Spy 
Lot # 114 - [Civil War - Manuscripts] Civil War General Orders Referencing the Firing Squad for Union Deserters & a Confederate Spy 
Lot of 2, including: General Orders No. 114, dated May 4, 1863, ordering William F. Corbin and T.G. McGraw, of the so-called Confederate Army to be shot unto death at Johnson's Island, Ohio, for the crimes of recruiting men within the United States to take up arms against the government and carrying... > Item Details
[Flags and Patriotic Textiles] 36-Star American National Flag 
Lot # 152 - [Flags and Patriotic Textiles] 36-Star American National Flag 
40" x 52", 6x6 star configuration, ca 1864-1867. Nevada was admitted as the 36th state in 1864, and Nebraska the 37th in 1867. > Item Details
[Autographs and Manuscripts] Group of NY Supreme Court Documents from the Early 19th Century 
Lot # 322 - [Autographs and Manuscripts] Group of NY Supreme Court Documents from the Early 19th Century 
Lot of approx. 60 documents; 4 dated 1818, 26 dated 1828, and 30 dated 1831. In the New York State court system, the Supreme Court is the highest trial court, with a Supreme Court in each county. These documents are from different courts - Schnectady, Albany, Orange, Genesee, NYC, etc. In most state... > Item Details
[Revolutionary War] Early American Politicians, Oliver Ellsworth & Dewitt Clinton DsS 
Lot # 2 - [Revolutionary War] Early American Politicians, Oliver Ellsworth & Dewitt Clinton DsS 
Lot of 2, including a letter to pay Thaddeus Burns 29p 3s 4p for delivering powder, dated October 3, 1775, signed by Oliver Ellsworth; plus a City of New York City check for $16.43 to Charles Lee for cleaning wells, dated September 13, 1813, signed by Dewitt Clinton. > Item Details
[AMERICAN REVOLUTION] Early History of America 
Lot # 341 - [AMERICAN REVOLUTION] Early History of America 
Lot of 7 vols. Botta, Charles. History of the War of the Independence of the United States of America. New Haven: T. Brainard, 1840, 2 vols. 8vo, full leather, marbled endpapers, 472, 468pp. Leather dry, hinges separating. Light, scattered foxing. Vol. 1 boards slightly warped from water. Morse, Jed... > Item Details
[Revolutionary War] Ulster County Gazette of George Washington's Funeral, Reprint, Plus 
Lot # 4 - [Revolutionary War] Ulster County Gazette of George Washington's Funeral, Reprint, Plus 
Lot of 2, including Ulster County Gazette reprint, housed in a double-sided frame, 17.5 x 23.5 in., plus an early 19th Century imprint Battle of the Shannon and Cheasapeak, 8.25 x 6.25 in. > Item Details
[Civil War - CDV] Civil War-Era CDVs of Foreign Dignitaries 
Lot # 273 - [Civil War - CDV] Civil War-Era CDVs of Foreign Dignitaries 
Lot of 5 CDVs, including: an iluustration from a photograph of Pope Pius IX (1792-1878), the longest-reigning Pope (1846-78), unmarked; two photographs of Vatican Cardinal Secretary of State Giacomo Antonelli (1806-1876), one identified and dated Roma Mayo 3/68 on verso of a carte with the rec... > Item Details
[Civil War Photo] Tinted Albumen of 1st Lt. Jacob C. Hoyer, 12th US Infantry
Lot # 49 - [Civil War Photo] Tinted Albumen of 1st Lt. Jacob C. Hoyer, 12th US Infantry
no photographer’s imprint. A 5 ¾ x 7 ¾ albumen affixed to slightly larger period oval mount showing an expertly colored infantry officer posed with his M1850 sword. Sporting an upturned moustache a'la Captain Morgan, this regular officer wears a bright red officer of the day sash and dress epaulet... > Item Details
[Civil War - CDV] CDV of Pvt. Eugene Paine, Co. F, 1st USSS, 
Lot # 34 - [Civil War - CDV] CDV of Pvt. Eugene Paine, Co. F, 1st USSS, 
a civilian view with back mark of “L.T. Sparhawk, West Randolph, VT.” Identified in period pencil on verso, “Eugene Paine Co. F./1st USSS/Brookfield, VT.” Eugene Paine (1839-1919) joined the original Vermont Company (F.) of Berdan’s Sharpshooters in September 1861. He was wounded at Locust Grove,... > Item Details
[Civil War - Veterans] Group of Civil War and GAR Medals & Insignia 
Lot # 125 - [Civil War - Veterans] Group of Civil War and GAR Medals & Insignia 
Lot of 10, including infantry bugle, cavalry, and artillery insignia, a regimental numeral "2", G.A.R insignia, G.A.R. embroidery, an enameled G.A.R. medal hanger; two G.A.R. miniature printed flags, and a Masonic Knights Templar medal. > Item Details
[Political Americana - Lincolniana] Lincoln Portrait and Landmark Stereoviews 
Lot # 279 - [Political Americana - Lincolniana] Lincoln Portrait and Landmark Stereoviews 
Lot of 9 Keystone views, including the Lincoln portraits Nos. 28016 and X229666, four different views of the Lincoln log cabin and three of the Lincoln Memorial. > Item Details
[Civil War - Veterans] Civil War 107th Pennsylvania Vol. Inf. Ladder Badge 
Lot # 124 - [Civil War - Veterans] Civil War 107th Pennsylvania Vol. Inf. Ladder Badge 
A four piece ladder badge, CO. A. / 107 / PENN'A / VOL. [crossed rifles] INF. The 107th took part in most of the major battles of the Eastern theatre, including Bull Run, Antietam, Gettysburg, Battle of the Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, the Siege of Petersburg, and Appomattox. They were p... > Item Details
[Civil War - CDV] Civil War CDVs of Soldiers from the 175th New York Volunteer Infantry, Autographed 
Lot # 37 - [Civil War - CDV] Civil War CDVs of Soldiers from the 175th New York Volunteer Infantry, Autographed 
Lot of 2: CDV by Whitehurst Gallery of Washington, signed on verso Respectfully Yrs, H. Fearn, Surgn 175th N.Y.V. Herbert Fearn served as an Assistant Surgeon in the 4th U.S. Infantry, 44th New York Infantry, and 67th New York Infantry before November 29, 1863, when he was promoted to Surgeon in th... > Item Details
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