Lot 19    

LOT OF TINTYPES AND CABINET CARDS, INCLUDING POST MORTEM
2002 Historic Americana. May 4.
Lot of 9, including 2 tintypes, one with a gentleman wearing his Sunday best, holding a pistol across his chest. PLUS a postmortem cdv with Blosser backmark. PLUS 6 cabinet cards, 3 identified as Jane Mitchell, Charlie Greg, and Grace Wilson. Backmarks of Lingo (2) (Uniontown, PA); Winkler (St. Louis, MO), Porter (Connelsville, PA) and Emerson (Keokuk, IA). Most show minor foxing, post mortem light.
Est $100 - $150
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CURRIER AND IVES OF CHARLES SUMNER
Lot # 187 - CURRIER AND IVES OF CHARLES SUMNER
Lithograph print published by Currier & Ives, NY, 1874, entitled "The Death of Charles Sumner, at Washington, D.C. March 11th, 1874. Aged 63 years, 2 months, and 5 days." Below is a quote, "Do Not let the Civil Rights Bill Fail." Approx. 10 x 14", framed under glass. Some margin tears and damp stain... > Item Details
Jackson Brothers CDV of Indian Holding Bow,
Lot # 559 - Jackson Brothers CDV of Indian Holding Bow,
An early (1868-70) Jackson Brother's cdv on their Omaha mount, with crayon id "Long Tail" on recto. He wears a buffalo skin robe, with polychrome decoration visible below the tip of his bow. > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Two Moons, Cheyenne Chief
Lot # 601 - Cabinet Card of Two Moons, Cheyenne Chief
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 DAWSON'S BROTHERS CIVIL WAR CORRESPONDENCE
Lot # 425 - DAWSON'S BROTHERS CIVIL WAR CORRESPONDENCE
Dawson Brothers Papers, 1858-1892. ca.110 items. The Civil War was fought by communities -- soldiers raised locally fighting soldiers from other communities, each maintaining contact with their communities at home. Jennett Dawson was a patient young woman from Washington County, Iowa, who opene... > Item Details
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Lot # 107 - CURRIER AND IVES LINCOLN POLITICAL CARTOON
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GROVER CLEVELAND SILK RIBBON
Lot # 166 - GROVER CLEVELAND SILK RIBBON
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Gettysburg Guides and GAR Reunion Pamphlets
Lot # 453 - Gettysburg Guides and GAR Reunion Pamphlets
Lot of 7 pamphlets in paper wraps and one viewbook in cloth, all relating to the Civil War battlefield at Gettysburg, PA, mostly late 19th century. Includes a viewbook published by Tipton, Wert's handbook of the monmuments (1886); Regulations for the National Park (1904); Gettysburg- Ohio Honors He... > Item Details
CDV OF CHLOE LANKTON - WHO IS SHE?
Lot # 20 - CDV OF CHLOE LANKTON - WHO IS SHE?
Cdv on printed mount by J.C. Garrigues of Philadelphia. We have not previously seen this image, nor is she listed in any standard biographical references. The fact that the photographer printed her name on the mount suggests she was of some stature. Who is she! > Item Details
CDV GROUPING IF THE 15TH VETERAN VOLUNTEER CORPS
Lot # 345 - CDV GROUPING IF THE 15TH VETERAN VOLUNTEER CORPS
A large collection consisting of forty cartes assembled by an unknown member of the 15th Regiment Veteran Reserve Corps during 1863-64 and once held in an album. Twenty-two CDV’s have ink or period pencil identifications while the balance are not identified. Some have revenue stamps affixed to the... > Item Details
Leadville Mining Map,
Lot # 582 - Leadville Mining Map,
Chromolithographed map of the "Leadville Mining District," copyright 1901 by Chas. F. Saunders, printed by Denver Litho. Co., 32 x 44". This map shows claims in color for dozens of mining companies, including Big Evans, Boston, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Sedalia, Cloud City, Omega, Valentine, Mammoth, K... > Item Details
OUTDOOR CDV  VIEW OF OFFICERS OF 134TH NY AT POINT LOOKOUT
Lot # 342 - OUTDOOR CDV VIEW OF OFFICERS OF 134TH NY AT POINT LOOKOUT
A period copy by “J.W. Black, Boston” from the original quarter-plate tintype by “R.M. Linn” sent home by Mickle to his wife. The group includes Captain Gary commanding Battery C., 1st Ohio Light Artillery (pointing), Lt. Mickle (holding field glasses), Captain Brown, 134th NY., Mr. Stowall, “N.Y. ... > Item Details
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Lot # 199 - BENJAMIN HARRISON CAMPAIGN PAPER BALLOTS
Lot of 2. A pair of graphic, 1888 Harrison ballots from Pennsylvania. One ticket stresses support for funding public schools, another recalls the first Republican president. Both fine, the example with Lincoln has two light spots at top. > Item Details
I'd McClellan Saddle and Cover, 11th Kansas Cavalry
Lot # 350 - I'd McClellan Saddle and Cover, 11th Kansas Cavalry
McClellan saddle and tooled leather cover, and bridle belonging to 1st Lt. Josiah M. Hubbard of the 11th Kansas cavalry. A fine, id'd McClellan, featuring a custom, hand-tooled leather cover, bordered with floral and geometric motifs, with patriotic shields at each "tail." The saddle does not a... > Item Details
Panoramic Photograph of U.M.W.A. Convention, 1924,
Lot # 484 - Panoramic Photograph of U.M.W.A. Convention, 1924,
A panoramic photo of the "Sixth Biennial and Twenty Ninth Consecutive Convention / U.M.W. of A. held at Indianapolis, Indiana / Jan. 22, 1924." With photographer's signature "Moorefield, Ind." The photo has a few hundred men (mostly) in front of the soldier's memorial at city circle center in Indian... > Item Details
Rare CDV of Kit Carson & Edwin Perrin,
Lot # 561 - Rare CDV of Kit Carson & Edwin Perrin,
Studio pose of Carson and Edwin Perrin, taken in Albuquerque, January, 1862. Perrin was a Civil War Government expediter, sent to New Mexico Territory by the Secretary of War to help arm southwestern troops. Imprint of Anthony. > Item Details
LANDMARK BOOK. FILSON'S HISTORY OF KENTUCKY
Lot # 566 - LANDMARK BOOK. FILSON'S HISTORY OF KENTUCKY
Filson, John. "Histoire de Kentucke, Nouvelle Colonie, a L'Ouest de Virginie." M. Perraud, Paris. 1785. Small 8vo, 234pp, with folding map. Original, brown marbeled paper boards, with gilt-stamped leather backstrip. This is the first French edition of the landmark book on Kentucky and first pub... > Item Details
HARRISON-MORTON CAMPAIGN JUGATE SHELL BADGE
Lot # 192 - HARRISON-MORTON CAMPAIGN JUGATE SHELL BADGE
Blaine/Logan Pin. Similar to Sullivan/DeWitt #JAL-4, this brass shell pin, 45 x 40mm., includes a jugate cardboard with co-joined portraits of the 1884 candidates. Another tough political. > Item Details
Early History of King Phillip's War
Lot # 569 - Early History of King Phillip's War
Church, Thomas. "The History of King Philip's War; Also of Expeditions Against the French and Indians in the Eastern Parts of New-England, in the Years 1689, 1690, 1692, 1696, and 1704…." With appendix by Samuel Drake, editor. 1825. Boston: Howe & Norton. Reprint of a 1716 publication. 12mo, 304pp.,... > Item Details
TINTYPES OF STREET VENDOR AND AN
Lot # 17 - TINTYPES OF STREET VENDOR AND AN "INDIAN"
Lot of 2, cdv-sized tintypes. One a great pose of a salesman or street vendor holding a bundle of books, with another open in his hand; a basket rests on the studio floor partially filled with paper. The other image is of woman dressed in an Iroquoian Indian costume. > Item Details
Anti-Slavery Meeting Broadside
Lot # 291 - Anti-Slavery Meeting Broadside
Broadside, 10.50 x 16, n.d., n.p., announcing a fair to be held in conjunction with a local anti-lsavery meeting to raise fund for the anti-slavery cause. Probably New England, circa 1840s-50s. > Item Details
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