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Three U.S. Naval Military Appointments for Charles . Bain
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Thermoplastic Sixth Plate Wall Frame With Daguerreotype,
Lot # - Thermoplastic Sixth Plate Wall Frame With Daguerreotype,
suggesting a newlyweds' portrait given the female subject's wedding band and her resolute expression. The image is behind a brass mat stamped with avian and floral motifs; the whole set into a molded frame having a scrolled border. 4.25" x 4.75" overall. > Item Details
Pamphlet on Chen Vs. Virginia, 1846,
Three Magic Lantern Slides, Rasputin, Edison & Brigham Young,
Lot # - Three Magic Lantern Slides, Rasputin, Edison & Brigham Young,
Having the great visionary's likeness flanked by several of his inventions on one side of the plate. The other two slides are of anonymous subjects. The first of these, ca. 1900, shows four photographers – one female – standing before a kneeling group of young women next to a fellow in knee breeches... > Item Details
Circa 1902 Vernacular Photograph Album
1788 American Indenture,
19th Century Junction City, Ohio, Dry Goods Store Broadside,
Lot # - 19th Century Junction City, Ohio, Dry Goods Store Broadside,
8.5" x 23" advertising Winter Goods! for J.J. Klein's Junction City, Ohio, store and printed by Times Recorder Steam Power Print, Zanesville, Ohio. > Item Details
Illustrated Reciept from Mansfield and Sandusky Railroad Co.,
Lot # - Illustrated Reciept from Mansfield and Sandusky Railroad Co.,
partially printed document with a wonderful woodcut of a primitive train in the left margin, inscribed at Mt. Vernon (Ohio), April 14, 1851. 8" x 3.75". > Item Details
Mounted Image of Salt Palace Salt Lake City
Lot # - Mounted Image of Salt Palace Salt Lake City
ca. 1900s, shown is the 1899 Salt Lake City landmark designed by Richard Kletting before it was destroyed by fire in 1910. Print on original gray mount. > Item Details
Full Plate Tintype of Comically Dressed Brothers,
Lot # - Full Plate Tintype of Comically Dressed Brothers,
ca. 1880s, depicting a brace of barefoot lads in knee breeches, striped shits and narrow-brimmed straw hats. Oddly enough, the fellows' shirts are tinted while all other surfaces remain unenhanced. Behind stippled paper mat in period wooden frame. Overall 7.75" x 9.75". > Item Details
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