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CDV of Civil War Era Side Wheel River Boat,
2005, Gallery Sale / November 11
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Southern Plains Stone Head Clubs,
Lot # 434 - Southern Plains Stone Head Clubs,
lot of 2. Both have wooden hafts and stone heads encased with hide that is sinew-sewn closed. Includes one with horsehair drop, length 13.25"; AND the other 12". > Item Details
Plains Catlinite Bowl and Stem,
Lot # 254 - Plains Catlinite Bowl and Stem,
Sioux style, with tall "T" form bowl, length 9.75" x height 5"; AND segmented stem carved with deep concentric grooves on either end and with wooden smoking tube inside, length 18.5". > Item Details
Half Stock Percussion Rifle,
Lot # 129 - Half Stock Percussion Rifle,
marked London Twist on 29.75" long round to octagonal barrel with standing front and rear sights, nicely engraved lock plate and hammer, nickel trigger guard with fine engraving, steel butt plate; walnut half stock with checked throat; total length 45.75". > Item Details
Maricopa Salt and Pepper Shakers,
Lot # 164 - Maricopa Salt and Pepper Shakers,
burnished red with black decorations of thin lines, crossed arrows, and swirling hooks, height 3.5"; AND 2.75". > Item Details
123Racist Ohio Campaign Ballot,
Lot # 123 - 123Racist Ohio Campaign Ballot,
with heading Green Township/White Mans Ticket, listing 8 names in bold type with the offices they were seeking, 3.4” x 5.75”. > Item Details
Two Hand Colored Civil War Songsters,
Lot # 568 - Two Hand Colored Civil War Songsters,
both ca 5" x 8" with hand colored scenes at head mast, includes When This Cruel War Is Over, published by C. Magnus, N.Y. with scene of two Mississippi River troop transports being guarded by ironclad, AND Mother Is the Battle Over?, published by C. Magnus, N.Y. with scene of Union charge on enemy. > Item Details
Manuscript Letter from Theodore Frelinghuysen,
Lot # 526 - Manuscript Letter from Theodore Frelinghuysen,
(1787-1862) Anti-Jacksonian Senator from New Jersey, Henry Clay's 1844 running-mate. ANS, 1p. 4.5 x 7", New Brunswick (NJ), 8 Feb. 1862 (two months before his death), concerning a lost letter. A fine, clean example. > Item Details
15 Depression-Era Townsend Club Banner,
Lot # 115 - 15 Depression-Era Townsend Club Banner,
printed rayon with blue ground gold lettering and white spread winged eagle, text reads Townsend Clubs Of America, with gold fringe on three sides and sewn hoist, 50" x 65", less 2" fringe. > Item Details
Two Harrison Jugate Campaign Bandanas,
Lot # 125 - Two Harrison Jugate Campaign Bandanas,
both printed cotton with jugate oval portraits, includes one Harrison & Reid and one Harrison & Morton, 20" square and 17" square. > Item Details
Large Tlingit Totem Pole,
Lot # 560 - Large Tlingit Totem Pole,
hand carved from wood with green, red-brown, red, yellow, white, and black paint. Pole depicts bird standing over an unknown creature and two humans, height 96.5". > Item Details
A.M.E. Church Conference Group Photo.
Lot # 100 - A.M.E. Church Conference Group Photo.
A large format albumen portrait of ministers along with the Bishop of the church. Printed caption "Twenty-First Session of Pittsburg [sic] Conference, A.M.E. Church, Held at Canonsburg, Pa., October 11 to 18, 1888." Just below photo on left, "Geo. C. Sampson, Pastor," and on right, "D.A. Payne, D.D.... > Item Details
Seven William Henry Harrison Campaign Tokens,
Lot # 518 - Seven William Henry Harrison Campaign Tokens,
ranging in size from 24mm to 28mm, various metals including silvered white, brass, and copper, each depicting imagery related to the "Hero of Tippecanoe" with his log cabin and hard-cider barrel. A nice little collection. > Item Details
Dagger Cane,
Group of Early Baseball Items,
Lot # 141 - Group of Early Baseball Items,
lot of 5, a colorful lithographed trade card from Union Clothing Manufacturing Co., Canton, Ohio, depicting a 19th Century baseball game and crossed bats design (2.75" x 4.5"); a 19th Century diecut of an unidentified Baltimore fielder (these diecuts are sometimes referred to as "scrapps") 3" high; ... > Item Details
Political China and Pressed Glass,
Lot # 116 - Political China and Pressed Glass,
lot of three. Includes 2 transfer-printed plates one with Benjamin Harrison and one with Wm. McKinley, both in black with sepia toned patriotic surround, each 8.5" diameter and marked on back; AND a pressed glass McKinley plate with bust profile in center with ribbon banner below and Protection And ... > Item Details
Currier & Ives, General Sheridan,
Lot # 101 - Currier & Ives, General Sheridan,
hand colored bust length uniformed portrait from the Civil War period entitled Phil Sheridan, marked New York Pudb. By Currier & Ives, 152 Nassau St.; 15" x 20". > Item Details
7Chimayo Three-Quarter-Length Coat,
Lot # 107 - 7Chimayo Three-Quarter-Length Coat,
woven with star-like geometric designs on sides, arms, cuffs, and back in colors of navy, red, and cream against a gray ground. Pockets with short fringe, wooden square buttons with beveled edges, bodice portion line with pink satin, length 43" x width 22". > Item Details
Teddy Roosevelt Bandana,
Lot # 124 - Teddy Roosevelt Bandana,
marvelous red flag kerchief, 24 x 22” bearing a portrait of Theodore Roosevelt with the slogan: Progressive Battle Flag, Roosevelt 1912. A wonderful political that would display quite well. > Item Details
Cochiti Pueblo Ex-Voto,
Lot # 104 - Cochiti Pueblo Ex-Voto,
printed Madonna and Christ Child holy card laid on embossed card stock with heavy water damage, which was acquired before framing in embossed tin frame with two bird feathers and two pieces of straw, made at the Cochiti Pueblo in 1990 and framed in modern shadow box; 12.5" x 13.75". > Item Details
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