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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PAPER LINCOLN PARADE FLAG
Lot # 86 - PAPER LINCOLN PARADE FLAG
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Lot # 134 - HAYES-WHEELER CAMPAIGN JUGATE FERRO
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Lot # 525 - GALLOWAY POTTERY CATALOG
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Lot # 298 - Carrie Nation Prohibition Cast Iron Hatchet,
Classic cast iron Carrie Nation anti- temperance replica hatchet. The image of Nation is pressed into the metal with a slogan reading “ All Nations Welcome But Carrie”. > Item Details
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Lot # 475 - SCARCE ANTI-BRITISH LITHOGRAPH FROM NEW YORK
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This black & white cartoon has Lincoln and Davis in a tug-of-war with a map of the United States. Caption below "The True Issue or 'That’s Whats the Matter'". Below each figure "Lincoln," "Mac," and "Jeff." Cartoon about 7 x 9", in slightly larger frame, under glass. Not removed from frame for inspe... > Item Details
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Lot # 427 - SIGNED BY TWO CIVIL WAR GENERALS
ALS, 1p, December 1863, written by a surgeon in the 10th NY requesting explanation for his discharge from service. Docketed on verso by seven different officers in the 2nd Army Corps, including Alexander Hays as Brigadier General, and Winfield Scott Hancock as Major General. Hays, the much breve... > Item Details
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Lot # 462 - Spanish American War Morreded Coat Rack,
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Lot # 123 - LOT OF 3 GREELEY CDVs
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Lot # 310 - Tintype of Pvt. Perry Fry, 94th Illinois, KIA
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Made of glazed red clay, this pipe is in the form of a head. On either side of the stem are raised letters "President Frank Pierce." (1853-1857) Pierce material is scarce, especially 3-D items. > Item Details
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