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[Civil War - Cased Images] Sixth Plate Tintypes of African American Soldier and Wife 
3/22/2012 - American History: Online Auction
A sixth plate Union case containing two Civil War-era sixth plate tintypes: one showing an African American soldier standing proudly with his weapon, and one showing an African American woman, presumably his wife.

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[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 Stereoview] General Grant Stereoview by J. Gurney & Son 
Lot # 58 - [Civil War Stereoview] General Grant Stereoview by J. Gurney & Son 
A standing portrait of Grant wearing his Lieutenant General's jacket over civilian clothing, on a J. Gurney & Son imprinted mount inked in verso U.S. Grant > Item Details
[Civil War - Relics] Civil War Bone Ring Identified to Corporal Alonzo F. Brown, Co. B, Pennsylvania 179th Infantry 
Lot # 119 - [Civil War - Relics] Civil War Bone Ring Identified to Corporal Alonzo F. Brown, Co. B, Pennsylvania 179th Infantry 
Top face with the initials A.B. under an American flag on a flagpole, one side with Co. B. / 179, the other with an unidentified mark. Brown mustered into Co. B, 179th Pennsylvania Infantry, as a corporal on November 22, 1862, and mustered out July 27, 1863 at Harrisburg. The 179th Pennsylvania Inf... > Item Details
[Political Americana - Lincolniana] Scarce Lincoln Print by Kellogg 
Lot # 298 - [Political Americana - Lincolniana] Scarce Lincoln Print by Kellogg 
Hand colored, bearing the quote The people of these United States are the rightful masters of both Congresses and Courts, not to over-throw the Constitution but to over-throw the men who pervert that Constitution., followed by the facsimile signature of Lincoln; 10" x 14", 11.5" x 15.5" in wood fram... > Item Details
[Civil War] Stereoviews of Generals John Sedgwick amd W.F. Smith 
Lot # 57 - [Civil War] Stereoviews of Generals John Sedgwick amd W.F. Smith 
Lot of two stereoviews from the ca 1890s Taylor & Huntington printing of the Anthony/Brady War Views series, on oversized orange mounts with the recto titles: 2177. "Uncle John Sedgwick," (commander of the Sixth Corps. Killed at Cold Harbor.); and 2243. Gen. W.F.(Baldy) Smith, Commander of the Bloo... > Item Details
[Political Americana - Lincolniana] Abraham Lincoln Bronzed Bust by Volk 
Lot # 288 - [Political Americana - Lincolniana] Abraham Lincoln Bronzed Bust by Volk 
Bronzed bust of a beardless Lincoln by Volk, plaster cast with white marbleized base, marked on back Abraham Lincoln / Modeled From life / By / Leonard W. Volk / Chicago 1860 16" high on 5" high base, 21" overall height. Likely mid-20th century. > Item Details
[Civil War - Autographs] Winfield Scott ALS, CDV, and Civil War Covers 
Lot # 74 - [Civil War - Autographs] Winfield Scott ALS, CDV, and Civil War Covers 
Winfield Scott (1786-1866). U.S. Army general who participated in all American conflicts from the War of 1812 to the Civil War; known best for leading the U.S. to swift victory in Mexico and as the Whig candidate for president in 1852. Lot of six, framed together, including: an ALS, 1p, dated Marc... > Item Details
[Wild West Shows] Buffalo Bill Printed Cabinet Card Photograph 
Lot # 400 - [Wild West Shows] Buffalo Bill Printed Cabinet Card Photograph 
A printed Courier Co. cabinet card from a Stacy negative with Cody's facsimile signature in the lower margin. > Item Details
[Civil War - Veterans] Six New York GAR Badges 
Lot # 142 - [Civil War - Veterans] Six New York GAR Badges 
Lot of 6, including: an H.T. Martin Post No. 346, Canton, N.Y., badge, undated; a Mansfield Post No. 35, Brooklyn, N.Y. memorial badge, undated; an 1895 Invited Guests of the 136th N.Y. Volunteers, Annual Re-Union at Nunda, ribbon, featuring a cello button of Gen. James Wood; a 1900 St. Lawrence Co.... > Item Details
[Cased Images] Group of Early Cased Images 
Lot # 211 - [Cased Images] Group of Early Cased Images 
Lot of 6, including: a sixth plate daguerreotype of two young women wearing the same dress, housed in a pressed paper case, separated at the spine, under a Walsh / West Washington Place N.Y. stamped mat; a sixth plate daguerreotype of a bearded gentleman, housed in a half pressed paper case; a sixth... > Item Details
[Mammals] Plates of Mammals from Diderot and d'Alembert's Encyclopedie 
Lot # 363 - [Mammals] Plates of Mammals from Diderot and d'Alembert's Encyclopedie 
64 plates from Diderot, Denis and d'Alembert, Jean, eds. Encyclopèdie ou Dictionnaire Raisonné des Sciences, des Arts et des Métiers [Encyclopedia or Systematic Dictionary of the Sciences, Arts and Crafts]; plates are uncolored and not trimmed; 61 are approx. 9 x 12 in., of quadrupeds and a few pinn... > Item Details
[Civil War Photo] George Edgecomb, 23rd NY Vols. & 15th NY Engineers, Photographs 
Lot # 53 - [Civil War Photo] George Edgecomb, 23rd NY Vols. & 15th NY Engineers, Photographs 
Lot of 2 silver gelatin photographs of George W. Edgecomb, the first a silver gelatin portrait of Edgecomb in 1861, dressed in uniform, probably printed the same time as the second photograph, dated 1908, showing an older Edgecomb wearing two GAR badges and an Army Corps of Engineers pin. Framed to... > Item Details
[Flags and Patriotic Textiles] 38-Star American Parade Flags 
Lot # 155 - [Flags and Patriotic Textiles] 38-Star American Parade Flags 
Lot of 7 glazed cotton, printed parade flags, each with 38 stars configured in 7/6/6/6/6/7 horizontal rows, six flags measuring 6.75" x 9.75" affixed to 18" dowels, one measuring 17.5" x 12" affixed to a 23.5" dowel. Colorado was admitted as the 38th state in 1876, and no other states were admitted ... > Item Details
[Revolutionary War] Paul Revere, Boston Massacre Print 
Lot # 1 - [Revolutionary War] Paul Revere, Boston Massacre Print 
An 1832 reproduction after Paul Revere's famous 1770 engraving The Bloody Massacre. A near facsimile of the original, with the text Copy Right Secured and Republished at 15 Water St. March 5, 1832 added. That date was the 52nd anniversary of the Boston Massacre, and has been faded by a stain in th... > 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
[Advertising] Beer Mirrored Advertisement Signs 
Lot # 359 - [Advertising] Beer Mirrored Advertisement Signs 
American, includes two mirrored advertisement signs, the first for Anheuser Busch and the second for Christian Moerlein, both framed; largest 15.75 x 21.75 > Item Details
[Advertising] Son of Ballydam / Daughter of Roman Advertisements 
Lot # 356 - [Advertising] Son of Ballydam / Daughter of Roman Advertisements 
Lot of 2, framed together. Ca 1960. Each 28.5" x 19.5" irregular, on heavy stock, featuring a horse in front of the Churchill Downs grandstand, the text Name the Colt/Filly and He's/She's Yours, PLUS $1,000.00. Credit to artist F. Brewer, Jr. > Item Details
[Civil War - CDV] Autographed CDV of Major David D. Marquis, 98th Illinois
Lot # 30 - [Civil War - CDV] Autographed CDV of Major David D. Marquis, 98th Illinois
With “Webster/Louisville” blind stamp lower left, ink signed “Very Respectfully/Your Obt Servant/D.D. Marquis/Maj. 98th Ills.” on verso. A standing portrait of Marquis wearing double breasted frock coat without rank straps. From Olney, Illinois, David Marquis joined Company B. as captain in Septem... > Item Details
[Political Americana - Lincolniana] Abraham Lincoln GAR Medal 
Lot # 297 - [Political Americana - Lincolniana] Abraham Lincoln GAR Medal 
3" diameter x 0.375" thick. Copyright by Davison's Sons of Philadelphia. Obverse with bust of Lincoln facing left, Lincoln's birth year of 1809 and production year 1909 on either side of the bust, the arched text WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE WITH CHARITY FOR ALL, and the copyright; reverse with multi-l... > Item Details
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