Lot 815    

New York Herald, Dated April 15, 1865,
2004, Fall Historic Americana / Dec 2-3
the most requested Lincoln assassination newspaper with bold headlines and the first reports of the incident. This is an original issue, not a reprint, and contains all points called for by the Library of Congress circular detailing the process for determining an original.

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CDV of Western Character Armed with Remingtons,
Lot # 1126 - CDV of Western Character Armed with Remingtons,
with imprint of Severn's Gallery of Art in Chicago, and dated 1874. In addition to his pair revolvers, he sports high leather boots with Western style spurs with huge, wheeled rowels. > Item Details
Three Teddy Roosevelt Inaugural Buttons,
Lot # 864 - Three Teddy Roosevelt Inaugural Buttons,
3.5" Teddy Roosevelt inauguration badges with beautiful bar clasps affixed to flag ribbons, each 5.5" to 6" in length. The two multicolored portrait badges are bright and clean save for a very light scratch across the forehead of one; the badge depicting T.R. with Uncle Sam -- He's good enough for ... > Item Details
Civil War Photograph of Wounded Zouave,
Lot # 430 - Civil War Photograph of Wounded Zouave,
albumen print, 8 x 5.5" mounted on larger light grey board, 12 10" overall. A direct contact print from the original negative though printed after the war. Identified in pencil on the blank margin of the mount "Wounded Zouave." > Item Details
Sixth Plate Ambrotype of Trooper in Semi-Zouave Uniform,
Lot # 133 - Sixth Plate Ambrotype of Trooper in Semi-Zouave Uniform,
unidentified, combining uniform elements of a cavalryman and the collarless jacket with false vest of a Zouave. The state and unit affiliation are unknown, speculatively the 34th OVI, Piatt's Zouaves, who were mounted in 1863. > Item Details
C.R. Savage Photograph of American Fork Canon, Utah,
Lot # 1059 - C.R. Savage Photograph of American Fork Canon, Utah,
9 x 7.5" albumen print mounted on 11 x 14" board with gilt mounting block with Savage's Salt Lake imprint. Penciled id on lower edge of mount American Fork Canon - RR 300 feet grade to the mile Utah. Terrific view along the just completed line showing workmen on a handcart. Savage issued the near... > Item Details
N. Currier Colored Lithograph Polk-Dallas Jugate,
Lot # 754 - N. Currier Colored Lithograph Polk-Dallas Jugate,
small folio, hand colored entitled Grand, National, Democratic Banner with oval portraits of the above two with eagle in flight surmount clutching ends of crossed flags in beak with 13 stars arched above and inscription Polk, The Young Hickory, Dallas The Victory, scroll work below and all with drap... > Item Details
Diary of Confederate R. B. Banks,  Richardson’s Battalion Light Artillery,
Lot # 503 - Diary of Confederate R. B. Banks, Richardson’s Battalion Light Artillery,
Diary, 11p., May 15-June 27, 1864. R. B. Banks served as adjutant in Richardson’s Battalion of Light Artillery during the Wilderness and Spotsylvania Campaigns and in the trenches at Petersburg. Covering two particularly active months during the summer 1864, Banks’ diary documents the dramatic mo... > Item Details
Buffalo Lance Reused as Knife,
Lot # 258 - Buffalo Lance Reused as Knife,
hand-wrought steel, trade double-edged lance head with tang having two holes, early 2-piece wood grip riveted on tang, hand-filing marks quite clearly seen on blade; total length 17". > Item Details
CDV of American Indian Group,
Lot # 1025 - CDV of American Indian Group,
with blindstamps of EA and HT Anthony, circa 1860s. An unknown scene, though probably taken of one of the Washington treaty delegations. Shows a group of American Indians -- primarily Iroquois men and women-- one holding a bow, another a ball club, several wearing beaded Glengarry style hats. In... > Item Details
Alexander Gardner Wartime Stereoview,
Lot # 512 - Alexander Gardner Wartime Stereoview,
with 1863 copyright on early cream-colored mount. Penciled on verso is a period description reading, Genl. Headquarters/Army Potomac/near Germantown, Va./August 6th, 1863/Joseph F. Geding(?) 3rd row from left, back row standing. With not a military man in sight General Headquarters is populated by ... > Item Details
Large Army of Northern Virginia UCV Flag,
Lot # 580 - Large Army of Northern Virginia UCV Flag,
printed on glazed linen. Printed in ink on white cross, For Brave and Loyal Sons of the South, 19.25" x 31". > Item Details
Quarter Plate Post-Mortem Ruby Ambrotype of Young Girl,
Lot # 647 - Quarter Plate Post-Mortem Ruby Ambrotype of Young Girl,
taken quite soon after death as no evidence in features other than classic post-mortem pose; age approx. 6-8 years in calico print blouse and skirt; house in full embossed stylized floral scrollwork paper case > Item Details
Quarter Plate Ambrotype of Man in Indian Dress Smoking a Long Pipe,
Lot # 1079 - Quarter Plate Ambrotype of Man in Indian Dress Smoking a Long Pipe,
unusual image of a white man in mostly fictionalized Eastern Woodlands Native American outfit; appears to be wearing a modified sailor's slicker with attached ribbons and some real Indian beaded pouches and furs, with full-feathered headdress, unlike any real Native American head gear, has non-nativ... > Item Details
Ninth Plate Tintype of Soldier with Walrus Mustache,
Lot # 176 - Ninth Plate Tintype of Soldier with Walrus Mustache,
an unidentified private wearing nine button frock coat with brass shoulder scales and holding what appears to be a single drumstick or baton. > Item Details
J.Q. Adams Autographed Land Grant,
Lot # 930 - J.Q. Adams Autographed Land Grant,
Adams, John Quincy, as President (1825-1829). Partially printed DS, 1p, vellum, 9.5 x 15.5", Washington (DC), 30 July 1828. Deed for sale of one half of one quarter lot of public lands to Josephus Harris, Belmont Co., OH. > Item Details
Benjamin Harrison Autographed Check,
Lot # 932 - Benjamin Harrison Autographed Check,
Harrison, Benjamin, President (1889-1893). Partially printed DS, 1p, 3 x 8". Indianapolis, 5 Jan. 1880. Check drawn on Fletcher & Sharpe's Bank made out to W.H.H. Miller. Harrison was born in North Bend, Ohio, and moved to Indiana as a young lawyer in 1854. He served as Bvt. Brig. Gen. during the Ci... > Item Details
Civil War Documents from the 8th Indiana Vol. Infantry,
Lot # 451 - Civil War Documents from the 8th Indiana Vol. Infantry,
lot of 46; includes a leather bound folio ledger with embossed title on cover Company Morning Reports with book plate on front paste down of one Made By B. Frank Jackson Philadelphia and inscribed in ink Co. G Capt. Rileys with opening date of Sept. 1862 and ending date of June 1863. Partially print... > Item Details
ALS Insuring Cargo of Slaves,
Lot # 894 - ALS Insuring Cargo of Slaves,
William Forsyth ALS to Karsick & Harper, Oct. 28, 1818. 3p. From Matanzas, Cuba, Forsyth writes to the Baltimore firm of Karsick & Harper regarding a “mud machine” to which the government had apparently granted him exclusive privilege for six years. More importantly, though, he continues on behalf... > Item Details
CDV Album Belonging to the Blakeslee Family of Connecticut,
Lot # 373 - CDV Album Belonging to the Blakeslee Family of Connecticut,
7" x 9" leather-bound, includes two uniformed images of Alfred R. Blakeslee, 13th Conn. Vol, wounded at Winchester, Va., Sept. 19, 1864 and two military images of his brother Norman Blakeslee, 13th Conn. Battalion, who died April 26, 1864. There are three more images of Alfred taken later in life. ... > Item Details
Four Boudoir Photographs of Arizona by Bonine,
Lot # 1131 - Four Boudoir Photographs of Arizona by Bonine,
on orange mounts, each with his Pasadena logo. Includes an overview of Tucson; a huge saguaro cactus with a figure posed for scale; a studio portrait of two Maricopa women; and a Yuma Indian camp. > Item Details
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