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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