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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BENJAMIN HARRISON SILK CAMPAIGN KERCHIEF
Lot # 200 - BENJAMIN HARRISON SILK CAMPAIGN KERCHIEF
Harrison and Morton silk handkerchief. Red, white, and blue flag design. Light stain in the center. Size 21 ¾” by 21”. > Item Details
W. MCKINLEY CAMPAIGN STUDS
Lot # 223 - W. MCKINLEY CAMPAIGN STUDS
Lot of 5. A group of five McKinley studs from 1896: two with conjoined, bas-relief portraits in gold-toned metal; two single portrait studs; and a name stud accented by blue paint. A clean group reflecting the popularity of these studs at the turn of the century. > Item Details
STEPHEN DOUGLAS CAMPAIGN FERRO
Lot # 91 - STEPHEN DOUGLAS CAMPAIGN FERRO
Douglas and Johnson "back-to-back" Ferro, DeWitt #1860-38. A solid example (the hollow shell being #1860-39), 25mm., minor vertigre on metal frame, small loss to portrait of Herschel Vespasian Johnson. > Item Details
HUGE COLLECTION OF LATE 19th C. TRACK MEDALS
Lot # 555 - HUGE COLLECTION OF LATE 19th C. TRACK MEDALS
Lot of 44 medals for various track and field events, most from the late 1880s-90s, some from later, virtually all from New York and New Jersey clubs -- Knickerbocker AC, Saratoga AC, New York AC, New Jersey AC, Pullman AC and more. PLUS three from the Pan Am Expo, in Buffalo, 1901. Medals for hurd... > Item Details
FINE GROUP OF HARRISON CAMPAIGN STUDS
Lot # 184 - FINE GROUP OF HARRISON CAMPAIGN STUDS
Lot of 6 Benjamin Harrison studs from 1888: a multicolored stud with a shield design, some stains; a gold, white and red "Tippecanoe and Morton Too" stud with recessed areas showing a three-dimensional element at the door and window; one with the classic beaver top-hat design; one depicting the flag... > Item Details
RARE JAMES POLK CAMPAIGN RIBBON
Lot # 62 - RARE JAMES POLK CAMPAIGN RIBBON
Unlisted 1844 Polk Campaign Ribbon. With many of the same design elements found in Sullivan/Fischer #JP-17a, this ribbon, 3.75 x 6.5" overall, combines coat-tail names (Francis Shunk, a Democrat, won the Governor's office in Pennsylvania) with the classic "O.K." lettering in "Polk." Several pulls an... > Item Details
GARFIELD INAUGURAL BALL PROGRAM
Lot # 143 - GARFIELD INAUGURAL BALL PROGRAM
Handsome 4.5" x 6" program for the Garfield-Arthur "Inauguration Ball -- March 4th, 1881." The 16 pp. booklet is chromolithographed in bright colors, and bound with a purple cord and tassel. The interior pages list all the committees and detail the program, including the U.S. Marine Band conducted b... > Item Details
Brush and Wire Goods 1910 Trade Catalog
Lot # 519 - Brush and Wire Goods 1910 Trade Catalog
Catalog of The Bromwell Brush and Wire Goods Co., Cincinnati, 1910, 8vo, 76pp., soft cloth cover with gilt lettering, lithographed illustrations. Some rodent/insect damage to cover, does not affect inner pages, minor toning of bound edge of pages. > Item Details
RARE W.J. BRYAN CAMPAIGN RIBBON
Lot # 257 - RARE W.J. BRYAN CAMPAIGN RIBBON
Lot of 2. A fun, anti-trust (Populist) ribbon, silver on red, made in Philadelphia, noting that "Hog Killing Time is at Hand;" together with a small, Bryan name ribbon. Both in excellent condition. > Item Details
RARE PASS TO DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION OF 1868
Lot # 115 - RARE PASS TO DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION OF 1868
Possibly one of the finest examples still extant! A rare pass to the 1868 Democratic Convention. 2.75" x 4.25", printed in black on white "National Democratic Convention. Tammany Hall, -- New York. July 4th, 1868." Reverse printed in purple on white "N.D.C." with "1868" between, reminiscent of the m... > Item Details
RARE ZACHARY TAYLOR CAMPAIGN MIRROR
Lot # 66 - RARE ZACHARY TAYLOR CAMPAIGN MIRROR
Zack Taylor Pewter Pocket Mirror! A 68mm., two-piece pocket mirror in a metallic case with a great, bas-relief portrait in civilian dress. We believe this to be similar to Sullivan/DeWitt #1848-44, but that unpictured piece is described as having a slightly different marking on the verso. This is al... > Item Details
BOOK, THE DEMON OF ANDERSONVILLE
Lot # 389 - BOOK, THE DEMON OF ANDERSONVILLE
"The Demon of Andersonville; or the Trial of Wirz,…" Philadelphia: Barclay & Co., 1865. 8vo,120 pp., 4 illustrations and map of Andersonville frontis, in chromolithographed paper wrap. > Item Details
TAFT AND SHERMAN JUGATE TIN PLATE
Lot # 266 - TAFT AND SHERMAN JUGATE TIN PLATE
Graphic full color 1908 Taft and Sherman tin litho Vienna Art style plate. Excellent condition. > Item Details
RACIST STROBRIDGE MINSTREL POSTER
Lot # 296 - RACIST STROBRIDGE MINSTREL POSTER
This poster is 30.5 x 39.25" and has been professionally restored and mounted on linen. The poster is entitled "Primrose & West's Minstrels." It has 3 panels: on the left, an African village, with a ribbon under it "The Origin in African Wilds;" the central oval shows a bride & groom dancing at a we... > Item Details
PAIR OF MCKINLEY CAMPAIGN JUGATES
Lot # 226 - PAIR OF MCKINLEY CAMPAIGN JUGATES
Pair of McKinley jugates from 1896. A bright, clean, 1.75", two-sided celluloid housed in a brass ring, the reverse with an unusual advertising component -- the piece issued by the "New York Shoe Trade" organization depicting a lady's boot and a gold coin labeled "Sound Money." (Similar to Hake #313... > Item Details
CURRIER AND IVES LINCOLN POLITICAL CARTOON
Lot # 106 - CURRIER AND IVES LINCOLN POLITICAL CARTOON
Lithograph political cartoon by Currier & Ives, NY, 1860. The cartoon shows Steven Douglas over Columbia's knees, with Uncle Sam saying, "…give him the Stripes till he sees Stars." Columbia's balloon references the Kansas-Nebraska Bill and all the trouble it caused. Print is framed under glass with ... > Item Details
LOT OF 2 CAMPAIGN POSTERS -- ROOSEVELT & HOOVER
Lot # 275 - LOT OF 2 CAMPAIGN POSTERS -- ROOSEVELT & HOOVER
The first of these campaign posters has black & white images of Roosevelt and Fairbanks, with facsimile signatures below each. 16 x 22", usual folds with pinhole separations along same. The other poster is for Hoover-Curtis, "For President Herbert Hoover. For Vice President Charles Curtis." 18 x 24"... > Item Details
2 FINE GROVER CLEVELAND CAMPAIGN CANES
Lot # 163 - 2 FINE GROVER CLEVELAND CAMPAIGN CANES
Lot of two campaign canes including a folk art 1884 Cleveland carved cane. The inscription reads…” This cane was cut from the Cleveland Hendricks pole that was erected Oct. 8 1884 Height 156 ft. 8 inches.” Signed D.T.N. Inlay around the top reads “D.C.C.”. > Item Details
McCLELLAN FOR PRESIDENT LOT
Lot # 104 - McCLELLAN FOR PRESIDENT LOT
Lot of 3. Includes a McClellan portrait ballot from Franklin County,Ohio, usual age and minor tear at top border; together with a Fredricks' (copy) carte of the General posed with his wife, and a Civil War patriotic cover depicting the martyred Elmer Ellsworth. A fine selection. > Item Details
JAPANESE AMBROTYPE, TWO YOUNG MEN
Lot # 7 - JAPANESE AMBROTYPE, TWO YOUNG MEN
Great sixth plate in complete wooden case, identified in Japanese characters as "Meiji 18, Inoue age 28 and Imai age 27. > Item Details
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