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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CDV of Brevet Major General Romeyn B. Ayres,
Lot # 39 - CDV of Brevet Major General Romeyn B. Ayres,
published by Anthony after Brady. West Point graduate and Mexican War veteran, Ayres was an expert artilleryman which he demonstrated brilliantly in the battles of 1862. Promoted to Brigadier General in November 1862 Ayres converted to infantry and commanded the largely regular 2nd division in Sykes... > Item Details
Photograph of Armed Soldier Wearing McKinley Pinback and McKinley Badge,
Lot # 860 - Photograph of Armed Soldier Wearing McKinley Pinback and McKinley Badge,
early silver print; oval 7.5" x 4.5" on larger card stock with blind stamp of Engle, Clyde, O.; brass belt plate of soldier ends with IO, likely an Ohio Militia unit, holds a Springfield Trapdoor Rifle with bayonet on belt; card stock 8.4" x 13.5". An Ohio boy showing his support for the home state ... > Item Details
CDV of Indian Burial Scaffold,
Tack Decorated Haston Conversion Pistol,
Lot # 209 - Tack Decorated Haston Conversion Pistol,
with 7.75" ca 50-caliber round barrel, marked U.S./V.N. on left side of barrel, conversion percussion lock marked US/Haston in front of hammer and Middtn/Conn./1850 behind iron trigger guard set in brass backstrap, single iron barrel band, half-length walnut stock (cut) with top of grip decorated wi... > Item Details
Cleveland-Stevenson Campaign Banner,
Lot # 843 - Cleveland-Stevenson Campaign Banner,
printed on muslin, divided into three sections, top is blue with 21 whole stars and 3 partial stars, middle band is white with Cleveland and Stevenson in block print with two flanking stars, and bottom band is white, 28" x 22". > Item Details
CDV of One-Armed Veteran with Horn,
Lot # 680 - CDV of One-Armed Veteran with Horn,
post-war view by W.M. Tucker, Little Falls, N.Y. on later cream-colored mount, circa 1870. Unidentified soldier posed against lavish patriotic backdrop with large horn slung at waist. An accomplished view of an unknown veteran that is likely unpublished. > Item Details
Rare Printed Centennial Expo Advertisement with Flag,
Lot # 991 - Rare Printed Centennial Expo Advertisement with Flag,
blue and red on white ground with 36 star canton and each white stripe with blue printed text advertising card and other games with red printed list to left of different types of games; 5.5" x 8.75". > Item Details
CDV of Brigadier General David A. Russell,
Lot # 37 - CDV of Brigadier General David A. Russell,
published by Anthony after Brady. A regular, Russell became Colonel of the 7th Massachusetts and Brigadier General in November 1862 in the 6th Corps. At Gettysburg, Russell commanded the 3rd Brigade of Horatio Wright's 1st Division that was lightly engaged. Russell was later killed in action at Wi... > Item Details
Extremely Rare Cabinet Card of James Butler
Lot # 1107 - Extremely Rare Cabinet Card of James Butler "Wild Bill" Hickok,
(1837-1876) with imprint of George Rockwood, one of New York's premier photographers. Likely taken in 1873 or 74 when he was in the city as part of Cody's first theatrical performance. There is little need to recount the life of Hickok here. This image sometimes appears on the market in cdv format,... > Item Details
D.F. Barry Photograph of Running Antelope, Hunkpapa Chief,
Lot # 1086 - D.F. Barry Photograph of Running Antelope, Hunkpapa Chief,
with his West Superior imprint. An imperial photograph, 11.75 x nearly 7", mounted on large thick, beveled edge card. Running Antelope was a principal chief of the Hunkpapa Lakota. He was one of Sitting Bull's closest advisors during the Indian Wars. His later beliefs that compromise with whites ... > Item Details
CDV of Orator Edward Everett,
Lot # 805 - CDV of Orator Edward Everett,
by Black & Batchelder, Boston. At ceremonies dedicating the Gettysburg National Cemetery on November 19, 1863, Everett delivered a speech that many contemporaries believed trumped Lincoln's short one page Gettysburg Address. > Item Details
Scarce Wooley-Metcalf Third-Party Political Button,
Lot # 880 - Scarce Wooley-Metcalf Third-Party Political Button,
red, white and blue 1.25" celluloid for the Woolley & Metcalf ticket. These two ran in 1900 on the Prohibition Party ticket. > Item Details
Confederate Buckle and Belt,
Lot # 470 - Confederate Buckle and Belt,
cast brass two-piece belt plate with center CS and outer laurel wreath; 3.5" long x 2" wide; still with fragile sewn brown leather belt fragments on each end, one with stamped steel double pin buckle; total length of belt with buckles 14". > Item Details
Extremely Rare #2390 Brady Stereoview <i>Barns where Reynolds was killed</i>,
Lot # 515 - Extremely Rare #2390 Brady Stereoview Barns where Reynolds was killed,
yellow mount with black graphics, photographed by Brady in July 1863 and later published in the Anthony catalog of "War Views" as #2350, Barns near where General Reynolds was killed with printed label on verso. First reproduced as a woodcut in the August 22, 1863 issue of Harper's Weekly, Frassanito... > Item Details
Early Rum Canteen,
Lot # 238 - Early Rum Canteen,
late 18th or very early 19th-century, stave construction with two wrought iron bands and traces of original red wash, 3" thick x 4.8" diameter. Great old nut brown patina. > Item Details
CDV of Major General T.J. Wood,
Lot # 270 - CDV of Major General T.J. Wood,
by Morse's Gallery of the Cumberland, having blue-green 2-cent revenue stamp and ink identification reading, Maj. General Thos J. Wood. Comdg 3rd Div 4th Corps. A of Cumbr. West Point'45, Mexican War veteran, and Indian fighter, Wood rose from Colonel of the 2nd US Cavalry to Brigadier General and ... > Item Details
Extremely Rare <i>A.G. Paris</i> Brass Powder Flask,
Lot # 242 - Extremely Rare A.G. Paris Brass Powder Flask,
#1028 in Riling The Powder Flask Book; 1953. Most unusual with wolf in trap on each face, vintage and acanthus leaf surround and AC Paris in oval panel below; with four side-mounted rings and fine bronze patina; 7.2" long. > Item Details
Quarter Plate Daguerreotype of a Distinguished Gentleman,
Lot # 629 - Quarter Plate Daguerreotype of a Distinguished Gentleman,
a fine, anonymous image in a full case. He's another one of those guys that "looks like" someone, but we haven't made a hit. You decide. > Item Details
Pristine Mother of Pearl and Hand-Painted Daguerreotype Case,
Lot # 672 - Pristine Mother of Pearl and Hand-Painted Daguerreotype Case,
sixth plate, book-form with gilt leather spine with MOP floral on cover and gilt edges; has seated portrait of young lady in fancy dress. > Item Details
Daguerreotype of a Girl and Her Huge Toy Poodle,
Lot # 611 - Daguerreotype of a Girl and Her Huge Toy Poodle,
anonymous sixth plate in leather case. A buckle (?) at her waist tinted gold. > Item Details
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