Lot 19    

(Lot 19A) Three Great Tintypes of Hunters
2002 Historic Americana. May 4.
Lot of 3 anonymous 1870s cdv-sized tintypes of hunters and their gear, including one with his favorite pointer. All with shotguns, and clearly visible pouches or shot flasks. A great group!

Condition:  
One w/lt creases, ow/group VG-EXC
Est $200 - $300
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Scarce Confederate Pamphlet
Lot # 441 - Scarce Confederate Pamphlet
Huse, Caleb. "The Supplies of the Confederate Army. How They Were Obtained in Europe and How Paid For." 8vo, paper wraps, 36pp. Boston. 1904. A seldom encounted pamphlet written by a former purchasing agent. > Item Details
3 FINE MCKINLEY CAMPAIGN CANES
Lot # 245 - 3 FINE MCKINLEY CAMPAIGN CANES
Lot of 3 McKinley canes including a folk art carved cane with portraits of McKinley, Roosevelt, Dewey and Sibley. Nicely carved eagle at the top with crossed flags. Nice patina. Top knob missing. > Item Details
A.J. RUSSELL  CIVIL WAR RAILROAD PHOTOGRAPHS
Lot # 400 - A.J. RUSSELL CIVIL WAR RAILROAD PHOTOGRAPHS
Lot of 4 albumen photographs, each 12.25 x 9 mounted on larger boards. Three of these images were taken in March, 1864 and record the lifting of the steam locomotive "Vibbard" from the "draw" at the Long Bridge over the Potomac near Washington, D.C., one with a strip label title, two with pencilled... > Item Details
FINE B.  HARRISON CAMPAIGN SHELL
Lot # 195 - FINE B. HARRISON CAMPAIGN SHELL
Harrison Badge. A clean example of Sullivan/DeWitt #1888-63, measuring 22 x 32mm., with a bright cardboard portrait. Fine. > Item Details
SALTED PAPER PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE SANITARY FAIR COMM.
Lot # 401 - SALTED PAPER PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE SANITARY FAIR COMM.
Lot of 2 salted paper photographs, 10.25 x 12" and 10.25 x 14.25" mounted on larger boards. Group portraits, probably taken in Washington at the Brady studio, circa 1863. One with typed label on verso "Sanitary Fair Commitees." Major General Orlando Wool is seated in the center of one group. > 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
RARE JUGATE BUCHANNAN-BRECKINRIDGE CAMPAIGN RIBBON
Lot # 73 - RARE JUGATE BUCHANNAN-BRECKINRIDGE CAMPAIGN RIBBON
One of the most handsome over/under jugates in the hobby: the classic Buchanan and Breckinridge ribbon from 1856, this on bright red silk. Minor faults at very top and bottom, light discoloration along right edge, minor silk loss in upper left corner (selvage only). The portraits remain quite bold. > Item Details
LARGE GROUP OF CIVIL WAR PAY VOUCHERS FROM COATES KINNEY
Lot # 417 - LARGE GROUP OF CIVIL WAR PAY VOUCHERS FROM COATES KINNEY
This is a lot of 78 voucher copies and account sheets from August and September 1864, from the archives of Coates Kinney, Paymaster of Volunteers, U.S. Army. The documents are in a marbled paper-covered board document box, which has protected most of them from toning and wear. Most of the person... > Item Details
Queen Victoria Autographed Letter
Lot # 497 - Queen Victoria Autographed Letter
A single page ANS by Queen Victoria ("VR" - Victoria Regina). Letterhead of Windsor Castle, on mourning stationery. Note dated March 24, 1865 (4 years after Albert's death). In the note she requests that Sir Henry Cole come to see Sir J. Clark. Usual folds with a partial separation at one, penciled ... > Item Details
SIGNED BY TWO CIVIL WAR GENERALS
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
2 LARGE BOXED LOTS, AUTO LITERATURE 1900-1950
Lot # 547 - 2 LARGE BOXED LOTS, AUTO LITERATURE 1900-1950
Lot of 53 books. Including "Starting, Lighting and Ignition Systems" in various editions 1916-1919, "Gasoline and Kerosene Carburetors" (1919), "How to run an automobile" (1917-19), "Care of Automobiles" (1909), "Automobile Troubles and How to Remedy Them" (1910-11), "Horseless Vehicles" (1900 & 190... > Item Details
Archive of Captain William H. Mickle, 134th New York
Lot # 354 - Archive of Captain William H. Mickle, 134th New York
William H. Mickle Papers, 134th New York Infantry and AAQM Artillery XI AC 143 letters from Mickle, 7 other war-date letters; 113 post-war letters; 28 legal documents, 4 diaries; 2 cartes de visite and other photos; ca.100p. of lecture notes and speeches. William H. Mickle (1839-1922) from Maria... > Item Details
CDV OF MAJOR T. S. OSBORN, 1ST NY LIGHT ARTY.
Lot # 332 - CDV OF MAJOR T. S. OSBORN, 1ST NY LIGHT ARTY.
Cartes by “Hart’s Gallery, Watertown, NY.” and signed “T.W. Osborn Col.” in his hand on verso. Osborn originally commanded Battery D, 1st NYLA before promotion to Major in March 1863. Subsequently, he was Chief of 11th Corps artillery at Gettysburg and later O.O. Howard’s 4th Corps artillery durin... > Item Details
MILITARY CAP AND JACKET
Lot # 465 - MILITARY CAP AND JACKET
LOT OF 2. Late 19th century wool militia cap & jacket. Jacket has red sergeant's stripes on sleeves, cap has crossed rifles, buttons have shield-breasted eagle. There is slight wear to jacket collar, some gilt worn off sleeve buttons, inner band of cap missing. > Item Details
TILDEN-HENDRICKS CLEAN SWEEP PIN
Lot # 138 - TILDEN-HENDRICKS CLEAN SWEEP PIN
A wonderful rarity from the disputed election of 1876! A hollow shell badge in the form of a broomstick embossed with "Tilden & Hendricks" and "Reform." Coppered brass, 41mm. in length, original pin intact, one of the finest specimens of DeWitt #1876-13 we've seen. > Item Details
GREAT GROUP OF MCKINLEY CAMPAIGN PAPERWEIGHTS
Lot # 237 - GREAT GROUP OF MCKINLEY CAMPAIGN PAPERWEIGHTS
Lot of 3 paperweights. Two have photo inserts and one has a milkglass back. Two are apparently memorial pieces and one reads “ President McKinley”. > Item Details
LAND GRANTS AUTOGRAPHS BY JAMES MONROE
Lot # 470 - LAND GRANTS AUTOGRAPHS BY JAMES MONROE
Vellum land grant, approx. 8 x 12", signed by James Monroe, for land in Jefferson County, Kentucky. Seal present, but faded. > Item Details
GARFIELD AND ARTHUR CAMPAIGN BANDANNA
Lot # 148 - GARFIELD AND ARTHUR CAMPAIGN BANDANNA
Garfield and Arthur red and white bandana, size 21 ¾ inches by 20 inches. Portraits of the candidates slightly faded. > Item Details
Washington Bennington Pitcher
Lot # 39 - Washington Bennington Pitcher
A fine example of this pitcher, 8" to top of spot, 7" from tip of spout to rear of handle. Circa 1850.. Each side of the pictcher features a relief-molded portrait of Washington. > Item Details
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