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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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Lot of 4 CDVs, including: an illustration from the Berger photograph of Abraham Lincoln reading with his son Tad, with the printed paper label of New York publisher and book jobber W.I. Pooley applied to verso, advertising photos of Boston Corbett, the killer of John Wilkes Booth; a cropped version ... > Item Details
[American Indian Photography] Group of American Indian Photographs and Prints 
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Lot of 9, including: a photograph of Indians arranged in a circle watching a dance, 4.5" x 6.75", mounted to 8" x 10"; a Detroit Publishing Co. print 019497 Horse Boy and Boy Chief, AssinaBoines, Fort Belknap, Mont., 7" x 9"; a photograph of a Sioux family in front of a tipi, attributed to Harmon Pe... > Item Details
[Civil War - Autographs] Civil War Letter Addressed to Brigadier General L.W. Thomas 
Lot # 82 - [Civil War - Autographs] Civil War Letter Addressed to Brigadier General L.W. Thomas 
1p, dated October 21, 1863, at New York, to Brigadier General L.W. Thomas, Adjutant General U.S. Army, stationed in Vicksburg, from Henry G. Crichmore, writing from his office at the American Bank Note Company in New York, requesting an official confirmation of his recent appointment as a Captain in... > Item Details
[Civil War - Veterans] Norman Puffer, Civil War Drummer Boy, 2nd VT Reg., & IOOF Official, Personal Ribbons 
Lot # 121 - [Civil War - Veterans] Norman Puffer, Civil War Drummer Boy, 2nd VT Reg., & IOOF Official, Personal Ribbons 
Lot of 2, including an Odd Fellows ribbon commemorating the dedication of the Battle Monument at Bennington, Vermont, 1891, and a Representative's badge from the 31st Annual Encampment, G.A.R. Dept. of Illinois, at Galesburg, 1897, and Norman M. Puffer, then a 14-year-old from Bennington, Vermont, e... > Item Details
[Civil War - Veterans] Large Group of Maine GAR Badges 
Lot # 139 - [Civil War - Veterans] Large Group of Maine GAR Badges 
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[Civil War - Cased Images] Sixth Plate Ambrotype of Pvt. John W. Swegle, 103rd Illinois Infantry, 
Lot # 8 - [Civil War - Cased Images] Sixth Plate Ambrotype of Pvt. John W. Swegle, 103rd Illinois Infantry, 
a fine portrait with name signed twice in period pencil behind plate amongst two different verses of sentiments—“I think of you while you are far away M. S. May/Remember your JW Swegle.” Swegle was a Fulton County farmer who joined the 103rd Illinois in August 1862. After arduou... > Item Details
[Daguerreian Jewelry] Two Daguerreian Double-Sided Lockets Featuring Husband & Wife Portraits 
Lot # 184 - [Daguerreian Jewelry] Two Daguerreian Double-Sided Lockets Featuring Husband & Wife Portraits 
Lot of 2, including: a double-sided locket,1.81" diameter, featuring a shield on one cover, containing a daguerreotype of a man and a daguerreotype of a woman; and a 1.56" diameter locket, featuring an engraved shield on one cover, containing a daguerreotype of a man and a daguerreotype of a woman. ... > Item Details
[Political Americana - Lincolniana] Political Campaign Photographic Jewelry Featuring McClellan & Logan 
Lot # 260 - [Political Americana - Lincolniana] Political Campaign Photographic Jewelry Featuring McClellan & Logan 
Lot of 2, including pinback in the shape of a shield, with tintype at center of John McClellan, approx. .375 in., the shield stamped with date 1862 and other details, including a scale, an open book, scroll, what appears to be "Lady Justice," and crossed sabers. With the various Civil War battles in... > Item Details
[Civil War - CDV] Civil War Photographs of Harlow Ames, New York 23rd Infantry, DOD 
Lot # 38 - [Civil War - CDV] Civil War Photographs of Harlow Ames, New York 23rd Infantry, DOD 
Lot of 2, including CDV of Harlow Ames in uniform, plus a hand-colored enlargement of Ames on verso oof a civilian cabinet card, with ink identification below image, Harlow Ames died in the South in 1860 War. Harlow Ames mustered into Co. D, 23rd New York Infantry on May 6, 1861, and died of disease... > Item Details
[Aviation] Group of Scandinavian Travel Posters from the 1950s 
Lot # 377 - [Aviation] Group of Scandinavian Travel Posters from the 1950s 
Lot of 4 posters, including: Scandinavia by Clipper / Pan American World Airways / World's Most Experienced Airline,, copyrighted lower left 1951 Pan American World Airways, Inc., 28 x 42 in.; Vacation Land / Denmark / One of the Scandinavian Countries, by Lars Larsen, with publication information p... > Item Details
[Misc. Photos] Souvenir Medallion Featuring Views About Niagara, After Photographs by Bierstadt 
Lot # 235 - [Misc. Photos] Souvenir Medallion Featuring Views About Niagara, After Photographs by Bierstadt 
A fine brass souvenir medallion stamped Niagara on one side, and American crest with shield and eagle on the other side. When opened, the medallion reveals an accordion-folded series of 16 tinted lithographs, each 1.75" in diameter, featuring scenes based on photographs by Charles Bierstadt. Bierst... > Item Details
[Aviation] Paris / Pan American Airways Travel Poster by Carlu 
Lot # 379 - [Aviation] Paris / Pan American Airways Travel Poster by Carlu 
Lithograph poster, To Paris / Pan American / World's Most Experienced Airline, by Jean Carlu, copyrighted lower left 1954, Pan American Airways, Inc., 28 x 42 in. Previously collected by Dorothy Koelbel, who worked for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Koelbel collected posters while traveling across the country... > Item Details
[Political Americana - Lincolniana] Ford's Theatre Draped in Mourning of President Lincoln Stereoview 
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A view of Ford's Theatre draped in black bunting in mourning of the assassination of President Lincoln, on an orange Ford's Theatre / Washington, D.C. imprinted mount with no further identification or credit. > Item Details
[Political Americana - Lincolniana] Two Lincoln Funeral Stereoviews 
Lot # 282 - [Political Americana - Lincolniana] Two Lincoln Funeral Stereoviews 
Lot of 2, including a standard size view of the [] draped in mourning, with a faded or not fully stamped backmark on verso and erroneous pencil inscription identifying the building as the Capitol, plus an oversized view of Lincoln's sarcophagus, with 1883 copyright of John Carroll Power in the right... > Item Details
[Civil War - Cased Images] Two Cased Civil War Soldiers with Muskets, 
Lot # 12 - [Civil War - Cased Images] Two Cased Civil War Soldiers with Muskets, 
both unidentified. Lot includes an early ruby sixth plate ambrotype of a sergeant wearing full leather gear, plus an eight plate tinted tintype of a double armed private showing kepi insignia for Company H., 9th New York Heavy Artillery. > Item Details
[Advertising] No-Streke Wall Kleen Advertisement 
Lot # 355 - [Advertising] No-Streke Wall Kleen Advertisement 
American, 20th century, an advertisement sign for No-Streke Wall Kleen printed onto a board; 22.5 x 16.5 in. > Item Details
[Civil War - Autographs] Dorothea Dix Civil War-Date ALS from Camp Letterman, Gettysburg, Oct. 1863 
Lot # 79 - [Civil War - Autographs] Dorothea Dix Civil War-Date ALS from Camp Letterman, Gettysburg, Oct. 1863 
1p, dated October 29, 1863, at Washington, addressed to Surgeon Jayner - In Charge / Gen Hospital / Camp Letterman, requesting the certificate of nurse be forwarded to her office. Dorthea Dix (1802-1887), lifelong advocate of the poor and mentally and physically disabled, served as Superintendent of... > Item Details
[Political Americana - Lincolniana] Lincoln Campaign Torch, Swing Style 
Lot # 294 - [Political Americana - Lincolniana] Lincoln Campaign Torch, Swing Style 
8" high (not including swing). Torches of this sort were used in the parades given in support of Abraham Lincoln before the 1860 election. The swing was mounted to the end of a pole and held above the head, and many were fitted with three or four-sided transparencies bearing campaign slogans and i... > Item Details
[Civil War - Veterans] GAR Ribbons from New Hampshire Reunions 
Lot # 143 - [Civil War - Veterans] GAR Ribbons from New Hampshire Reunions 
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