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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Stereoview of the <i>Gateway of Soldiers' National Cemetery</i>,
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U.C.V. and Other Flag Pins,
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Untouched CDV Album of 53rd Massachusetts,
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American Dated 1770 Powder Horn,
Lot # 223 - American Dated 1770 Powder Horn,
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Beautiful Sixth Plate Post-Mortem Daguerreotype of a Little Girl,
Lot # 633 - Beautiful Sixth Plate Post-Mortem Daguerreotype of a Little Girl,
sweet-faced youth laid out on sofa and wearing a wrist corsage of roses with another cluster of blossoms by her head. Housed in a floral-embossed full leather case. > Item Details
CDV of Brevet Major General John C. Caldwell,
Lot # 59 - CDV of Brevet Major General John C. Caldwell,
published by Anthony after Brady. Caldwell entered service as Colonel of the 11th Maine and was promoted to Brigadier General in April 1862. For the rest of the year he commanded a brigade in the 2nd Corps and was wounded at Fredericksburg. At Gettysburg, Caldwell had just taken over a division in t... > Item Details
Sixth Plate Tintype of Early Illinois Volunteer,
Lot # 164 - Sixth Plate Tintype of Early Illinois Volunteer,
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CDV of Brigadier General James H. Lane, CSA,
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Albumen of Civil War 10th Veterans Corps,
Lot # 424 - Albumen of Civil War 10th Veterans Corps,
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Quarter Plate Tintype of Double Armed Union Cavalry Trooper,
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Centennial Parade Flags,
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Photograph of the Great Iron Bridge at Louisville, Kentucky by Waldach,
Lot # 714 - Photograph of the Great Iron Bridge at Louisville, Kentucky by Waldach,
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Printed Portrait of Henry Clay,
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mezzotint, engraving, and etching, with a printed signature of Clay in the lower right. Titled below, HENRY CLAY with several quoted extracts from some of Clay's speeches. A full-length portrait of Clay with a flag-draped globe on his left, and anvil, shuttle, cows, and a plow on his right, and a ... > Item Details
Pair of Souvenirs of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show,
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Early 12-Star American Flag,
Lot # 976 - Early 12-Star American Flag,
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Lot # 452 - Civil War Archive of John D. Hanna, 13th Iowa,
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