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Sixth Plate Ambrotype of A Building Under Construction
2002 Historic Americana. May 4.
Anonymous, sixth plate ruby ambrotype of a three story clapboard building that appears to be undergoing renovation. The building is at the edge of a woods, and in the distance a split rail fence can be seen. Slabs of limestone are piled in the foreground, and scaffolding is visible at the right side of the building. Neat image.

Condition:  
VG, in full pressed paper case.
Est $200 - $300
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MATCHED SET OF HOOVER AND CURTIS CAMPAIGN POSTERS
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Spanish American War Painting,
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Early Yellowstone Park Photo Album
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Lot of 50 anonymous, 5 x 7" silver gelatin images on printing out paper, all documenting a late 19th century visit to Yellowstone Park. Photos mounted on heavy album boards, two to a side. A variety of images, showing a steamer on the Yellowstone river, the train at the Gardiner, Wyoming station... > Item Details
Rare HEYWOOD-WAKEFIELD TRADE CATALOG 1894
Lot # 512 - Rare HEYWOOD-WAKEFIELD TRADE CATALOG 1894
Catalog of Reed & Rattan Furniture 1893-1894, Haywood & Morrill Rattan Co., Gardiner, Mass. 224pp., 4to horizontal format, printed paper cover with cloth spine and reinforcing strips inside covers, lithographed illustrations, tipped in price list and index. > Item Details
CURRIER AND IVES OF CHARLES SUMNER
Lot # 187 - CURRIER AND IVES OF CHARLES SUMNER
Lithograph print published by Currier & Ives, NY, 1874, entitled "The Death of Charles Sumner, at Washington, D.C. March 11th, 1874. Aged 63 years, 2 months, and 5 days." Below is a quote, "Do Not let the Civil Rights Bill Fail." Approx. 10 x 14", framed under glass. Some margin tears and damp stain... > Item Details
WILLIAM MCKINLEY LARGE TIN TRAY
Lot # 230 - WILLIAM MCKINLEY LARGE TIN TRAY
Oval tin lithographed McKinley picture tray. 13 ¼ inches by 16 inches with light surface scratches and some spot repair. > Item Details
Ambrotype of Japanese Gentleman
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Sixth plate ambrotype in half wooden case, identified in Japanese characters as "Meiji 16, Mr. Uno, Higashiyama hospital at Nakanoshima." > Item Details
FREMONT CAMPAIGN RIBBON
Lot # 81 - FREMONT CAMPAIGN RIBBON
Ribbon from the new Republican party for the Fremont-Dayton campaign of 1856. On this pale blue ribbon, "The Pathfinder" has the "Free Soil, Free Speech, Free Press" slogan below the horse [Sullivan/Fischer JCF-36]. Some staining from mounting adhesive, but still Very Good. > Item Details
PASS TO 1880 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION IN CINCINNATI
Lot # 147 - PASS TO 1880 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION IN CINCINNATI
This convention pass is printed black on orange, 2.75" x 4.25". "National Democratic Convention Cincinnati June 22, 1880." Mosaic-like design on verso and right edge of front, similar to 1868 convention pass. Minor dog-ear of lower right corner, else very good condition. > Item Details
Early Leather-Covered Powder or Shot Jug,
Lot # 304 - Early Leather-Covered Powder or Shot Jug,
Great carved wood jug, 7" tall x 2.5" wide covered with split and polisedh harness leather tacked onto the jug. A leather loop handle is attached near the top on one side, along with the remnant of a leather thong that once held the bottle stopper. The name "AH COLT" is painted on one side. We ar... > Item Details
PAIR OF JUGATE BLAINE-LOGAN RIBBONS
Lot # 175 - PAIR OF JUGATE BLAINE-LOGAN RIBBONS
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UNUSUAL STEREOPTIC VIEWER AND IMAGES
Lot # 27 - UNUSUAL STEREOPTIC VIEWER AND IMAGES
"Whiting's Magic Photo Album." An all metal, collapsible early 20th century viewer made in Cincinnati, Ohio, complete with 20 silver gelatin stereoviews of scenes around Cincinnati. Viewer with adjustable occulars. The Whiting View Company manufactured both traditional stereocards, as well as the... > Item Details
Rare Thomas Edison Memorial,
Lot # 499 - Rare Thomas Edison Memorial,
McChesney, L.W. "A Light is Extinguished." 1932. Copyright by author. Inscribed, signed, and dated May 4, 1932 by author on half title. 12mo, 20pp., paper boards with cloth spine. Scattered foxing of endpapers, light toning of top edge, slight wear to ends of spine, but binding still tight. The auth... > Item Details
LOT OF 3 McKINLEY ITEMS
Lot # 247 - LOT OF 3 McKINLEY ITEMS
A milk glass candy dish (Lindsay #349) with rust transfer of "McKinley & Roosevelt." 5.25", open work border highlighted in blue. One vertical line on left side of transfer as made, small section of one of outer loops missing. PLUS a milk glass candy container in the shape of the USS Newark, 6.25". ... > Item Details
LOT OF TINTYPES AND CABINET CARDS, INCLUDING POST MORTEM
Lot # 19 - LOT OF TINTYPES AND CABINET CARDS, INCLUDING POST MORTEM
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Colorado Homesteader Tintype,
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Anonymous, 5 x 7" tintype of a small clapboard home with its multi-generational occupants posed outside. Accompanied by documentation indicating this was the home of Abram Slater who emigrated to Colorado from Iowa in 1859 seeking to strike it rich. After working in Central City, Leadville he moved... > Item Details
MCCLELLAN CAMPAIGN BADGE
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Large 1.25 x 1" brass shell containing albumen photograph of Little Mac. Tough to find in this size. > Item Details
Early Cattleman's Association Badge
Lot # 617 - Early Cattleman's Association Badge
Neat white metal badge in shape of a frying pan, w/raised lettering for the Stockmen's Association meeting in Amarillo, Texas, April 5-7, 1910. Handle with "Panhandle." > Item Details
WELLER POTTERY TAFT CAMPAIGN MUG
Lot # 276 - WELLER POTTERY TAFT CAMPAIGN MUG
Unusual 5" mug with tranfer decal of Taft and "Our Choice 1908." > Item Details
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