Lot 474    

Child's Toy Drum with Patriotic Motifs,
2004, Fall Historic Americana / Dec 2-3
stamped brass-plated tin with interior wood bands at top and base; embossed with 4 polychrome-painted 13-star flags with embossed scroll work between and embossed beaded ring above and below; 10.25" diameter x 6.5" high.

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Tintype of Nez Perce Chief Timothy and Interpreter Perren Whitman,
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anonymous, 7.5 x 5" copy of a paper image, circa August, 1968. "Tamoostsin" as he was known among his Nez Perce tribesmen, was baptized in 1839 by Henry Spalding at the Lapwai Mission in what is now western Idaho. During the Cayuse War of 1847-50 Timothy kept his band at peace with the whites. He... > Item Details
Fine CDV of  Major Pauline Cushman, Spy and Scout,
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typical mass-market souvenir published by Anthony to capitalize on Cushman's fame. Pauline Cushman was an aspiring teenage actress of some popularity when she became involved in espionage on behalf of the Union. Caught with incriminating information about Bragg's battle plans, Cushman was sentenced ... > Item Details
CDV of Vice President Hannibal Hamlin,
Lot # 796 - CDV of Vice President Hannibal Hamlin,
Anthony/Brady carte of the stately Vice President, Hanibal Hamlin (1809-91). A Democratic Senator and Representative from Maine, Hamlin changed party affiliation over his anti-slavery sentiments. He was chosen Governor by the Republicans in 1857, resigning to serve in the Senate before joining Linco... > Item Details
Rare Personal Effects of 2nd Minnesota Civil War Captain,
Lot # 380 - Rare Personal Effects of 2nd Minnesota Civil War Captain,
lot of 6 pieces of equipment/weapons and paper archive; including M1850 staff and field sword, inscribed '61 Colt Navy with original holster, sword belt, cap box with pick, and Colt-style powder flask. Sword with 30.75" single edged blade with false edge and 3/4 length fuller, with etched scrollwor... > Item Details
Great Photograph of Buffalo Bill at His Field Desk,
Lot # 1181 - Great Photograph of Buffalo Bill at His Field Desk,
anonymous 8 x 10" silver gelatin print. Unknown location, shows an aged Bill reading a newspaper at a desk inside a tent, a bottle of "liniment" nearby. > Item Details
Cabinet Card of a Youthful Cotton Picker,
Lot # 708 - Cabinet Card of a Youthful Cotton Picker,
anonymous silver gelatin image mounted on grey cardstock, identified in ink on verso as "Joe Peters." A fine image of a young boy with his tote sack holding a boll. A circa 1900 child occupational. > Item Details
44th N.Y.V.I. Letter with AES of James C.  Rice, KIA,
Lot # 480 - 44th N.Y.V.I. Letter with AES of James C. Rice, KIA,
Adsit, Allen C. ADS, 2p, 8 x 10", (near) Falmouth, VA, 1 April 1863. AES (docket) on verso of J.C. Rice, Col., 44th NYVI: Respectfully forwarded & approved. The highly honorable course taken by Lieut Adsit in this matter induces me to earnestly request that his wish as expressed herein be granted. > 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
<i>Chronicles of the Yellowstone</i>,
Lot # 1039 - Chronicles of the Yellowstone,
Topping, E.S. St. Paul: Pioneer Press Co., 1883. 8vo, blue cloth boards with gilt front and spine, 245pp, 19 x 19" folding map of Montana/Wyoming border region, 3 pl. after L.A. Huffman photos. > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Charles Dickens by Gurney,
Lot # 946 - Cabinet Card of Charles Dickens by Gurney,
copyright 1867 with Gurney's New York imprint on front and his backmark. Presumably this studio pose of Dickens standing between chair and desk was taken during his American tour in 1867-68, barely 2 years before his death. Many of his friends insisted that the travails of touring were ultimately re... > Item Details
<i>Keeler's Map of the U.S. Territory</i>,
Lot # 1032 - Keeler's Map of the U.S. Territory,
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Sixth Plate Tintype of Fully Equipped Soldier,
Lot # 145 - Sixth Plate Tintype of Fully Equipped Soldier,
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Taft Parade Flag,
Lot # 867 - Taft Parade Flag,
printed linen with oval shoulder-length portrait of Taft with red, white and blue surround and block printing above For President and below Wm. H. Taft; mounted vertically on turned wood dowel with staples; flag is 13" x 17". > Item Details
CDV of Union Private by Female Photographer,
Lot # 346 - CDV of Union Private by Female Photographer,
a Mrs. Stuart, of Boston. Unidentified private wearing tight-fitting twelve-button jacket without collar tape and high cavalry boots, no insignia. A well-executed image by an obscure female photographer. > Item Details
Harrison-Morton Political Bandana,
Lot # 851 - Harrison-Morton Political Bandana,
polychrome-printed linen with oval jugate portraits of the above with eagle surmount, names below and 1888 Protect Home Industry below, in sepia with stared and barred border in red, white and blue; 21" x 23.5". > Item Details
Album with Image of Photographer and Civil War Vet, Milton Koogle,
Lot # 701 - Album with Image of Photographer and Civil War Vet, Milton Koogle,
7th Co. Ohio Cavalry, in civilian dress, likely taken shortly after war with imprint on rear of Milton Koogle Bellefontaine, Ohio, with 22 other portraits, most also by Koogle and image of Logan County, Ohio courthouse and two images of dogs, all by Koogle; all in embossed leather cdv album. Include... > Item Details
Benjamin Harrison Political Canes,
Lot # 849 - Benjamin Harrison Political Canes,
lot of two, each with different cast white metal bust of Harrison; includes 2.75" high nickeled bust with old label on the tapered ebonized shaft that reads This cane is a memento of the National Political Campaign of 1888 in which Civil War General Ben Harrison was Republican Candidate for U.S. Pre... > Item Details
Civil War 57th Penn. Ladder Badge,
Lot # 557 - Civil War 57th Penn. Ladder Badge,
pinback with 4 pieces attached with chain, nilo nickel that reads Co.H./57/Penn.Vol. Inf. with blue silk ribbon backing and brass tassel; 2" x 4.5". > Item Details
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Lot # 1062 - Group of Yellowstone Photographs by O.S. Goff,
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Autographed CDV of Brevet Maj. Gen. Francis Fessenden,
Lot # 286 - Autographed CDV of Brevet Maj. Gen. Francis Fessenden,
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