Lot 86    

Manhattan Pepperbox .31 Cal.,
2006, Spring Americana, May 10, 11 & 12
six shot cylinder, 3.5" barrel stamped cast steel. Left side of tip of revolver stamped Manhattan F.A. Mfg Co. New York. Engraved wrist and walnut grips.

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Metal has been cleaned bright with a very sharp and bright look.
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Cabinet Card of Sitting Bull by Prettyman,
Lot # 713 - Cabinet Card of Sitting Bull by Prettyman,
silver gelatin image mounted on dark green cardstock with Prettyman's Blackwell, O.T. imprint. A fine studio portrait of Sitting Bull, original taken by Barry. > Item Details
D.F. Barry Cabinet Card of Lieut. James Calhoun,
Lot # 727 - D.F. Barry Cabinet Card of Lieut. James Calhoun,
fine albumen image of Calhoun in dress blues with Barry West Superior imprint. Lieut. James Calhoun was killed at the Battle of the Little Big Horn with the rest of Custer's men. > Item Details
Lot of 6 Union Generals Associated with Gettysburg,
Lot # 1216 - Lot of 6 Union Generals Associated with Gettysburg,
comprising a vignette of unheralded Army of the Potomac commander Meade by Brady, wing commander General Reynolds by Winch, Philadelphia, killed in action while hurrying the vanguard of the 1st Corps to the support of Buford’s hard-pressed troopers, General Henry Slocum of the 12th Corps, uninspiri... > Item Details
<i>1895 New Rochelle</i> Firemen's Medal,
Lot # 996 - 1895 New Rochelle Firemen's Medal,
beautifully detailed 2-part cast gilt brass with bowtie-form pinback hanger with interwoven IR and Oct. 1895, hanging medallion with central horse-drawn fire pumper with ribbon banner above with New Rochelle (N.Y.) and F.D. below with garter surround with embossed Relief Engine Co., marked on revers... > Item Details
CDV of Major General George Sykes,
Lot # 1199 - CDV of Major General George Sykes,
published by Anthony after Brady. Sykes was a veteran soldier who commanded the high-profile regulars in the Army of the Potomac. He became a Brigadier General in September 1861 and Major General in November 1862 taking over the 5th Corps when Meade became Army commander. At Gettysburg, the 5th Cor... > Item Details
Lot of Ten Civil War CDVs,
Lot # 1256 - Lot of Ten Civil War CDVs,
including 4 positively identified, 2 with tentative identifications based on signatures and 4 more unidentified. Eight cartes are army officers and enlisted men, plus two naval officers. The identified are two 81st N.Y. men, Major Edward A. Stimson by H.W. Oliver, Rome, N.Y. signed by Stimson “at Be... > Item Details
Fine Karl Moon Photograph
Lot # 887 - Fine Karl Moon Photograph
one of Moon's most famous portraits entitled Navajo Boy, 12.4" x 14.75", in archival mat, 15.25" x 21". > Item Details
Full Stock Percussion Ohio Made Rifle
Lot # 346 - Full Stock Percussion Ohio Made Rifle
.45 caliber, 40" octagonal barrel. Marked on the top flat of barrel J.L.Garver of Rossville, Oh. Lock is marked B.Kittredge, Cincinnati Ohio. Full stock of tiger maple, patchbox and all other hardware is brass. > Item Details
CDV of Major  Frederick  M. Edgell, 1st NHLA & 1st NHHA,
Lot # 1265 - CDV of Major Frederick M. Edgell, 1st NHLA & 1st NHHA,
view as 1st Lieutenant by D.O. Furnald, Manchester, ink signed, "Yours truly/F.M. Edgell/Capt 1st NH Battery." Edgell joined in August 1861 as battery 1st Lieutenant and was promoted Captain in March 1863 before Gettysburg. The battery was successively attached to the 1st Corps, the Artillery Reser... > Item Details
Fine George Barnard Civil War Photograph--<i>Defenses of the Etowah Bridge,</i>
Lot # 1357 - Fine George Barnard Civil War Photograph--Defenses of the Etowah Bridge,
14” by 10” on larger 20” by 16” mount with caption and credit line, from an original 1864 plate. A stark wartime landscape by noted photographer George N. Barnard (1819-1902) from his dramatic 1866 series Photographic Views of Sherman’s Campaign. A contemporary of O’Sullivan, Reekie, and Gardner, ... > Item Details
Houseworth Cabinet Card of  Edward A. Burgess,
Lot # 949 - Houseworth Cabinet Card of Edward A. Burgess,
a participant in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show of 1878 where he appeared as Boy Chief of the Pawnee. He is shown here in his Indian costume wearing face paint, straight-up feather bonnet with trailers, bear-claw, shell and silver disc necklaces, beaded leggings and holding a bow and quiver. Revers... > Item Details
Scarce Texas Jack Broadside,
Lot # 933 - Scarce Texas Jack Broadside,
for an 1878 or 1884 performance at the Academy of Music, N.Y. A.S. Seer Steam Theatrical Printers, N.Y., 10.5" 29". A fine, early broadside, with TEXAS JACK Hero of the Yellowstone the headliner. Curiously, the sheet also advertises a performance of the Scouts of the Plains. Texas Jack, along with... > Item Details
McKinley 1896 Campaign Lamp,
Lot # 1707 - McKinley 1896 Campaign Lamp,
clear glass chimney with ruffled top with enameled red, white and blue stripes and McKinley/1896 on the white. Mounted on tin spring loaded steel wire lantern frame with candle socket, and bale handle, stamped on base Manf'd By Fred Fear 15 Jay St. N.Y., U.S.A. Pat. Nov. 27, 94, 4.8" diameter at bas... > Item Details
Scarce Buffalo Bill Pulp Biography,
Lot # 984 - Scarce Buffalo Bill Pulp Biography,
Williams, Henry Llewellyn. Buffalo Bill (The Hon. William F. Cody) Rifle and Revolver Shot; Pony Express Rider; Teamster; Buffalo Hunter; Guide and Scout A Full Account of His Adventurous Life with the Origin of his "Wild West" Show. London: George Routledge and Sons, 1887, ninth edition. 192pp, fro... > Item Details
Four 1890s Literary Posters,
Lot # 1036 - Four 1890s Literary Posters,
16" x 12" poster rendered in green, black and red with image of female soldier. The Red Republic. 16.5" x 12.5" signed in the print R.L. Emerson and signed in the bottom right margin in ink R.L. Emerson Del.. Rendered in brown and beige with image of a Greek Goddess. Atlantic September. ca 1896, by ... > Item Details
D.F. Barry Photograph of <i>Chief Gall</i> in Original Frame,
Lot # 698 - D.F. Barry Photograph of Chief Gall in Original Frame,
silver gelatin print, oval portrait, 6" x 8" with title in negative, mounted in original oak frame, 12" x 15", with original printed label on reverse with portrait of Barry and brief bio of Chief Gall, also two printed D.F. Barry labels with Superior, WI address. > Item Details
Rare Ca 1783 Map of North America,
Lot # 1130 - Rare Ca 1783 Map of North America,
North America with the Boundaries of the Thirteen United States as Settled by the Treaty of 1783. Printed on 2 sheets, print area 13.25 x 14.25" (33 x 36 cm), nearly 14 x 16" overall, hand-colored outlines of states. No publisher or date, but appears to have had some identification removed(?) from t... > Item Details
Group of Keystone Colored Flower Stereoviews,
Lot # 1550 - Group of Keystone Colored Flower Stereoviews,
all with arched top views on 3.5" x 7" curved stock and with views of different flowers, numbered from F1-F50. > Item Details
Boxed Keystone Canada Stereoviews,
Lot # 1538 - Boxed Keystone Canada Stereoviews,
100 of 100 numbered consecutively, depicting scenes from Quebec to British Columbia, steamboats to glaciers, articulating the vast terrain of the northern half of North America, descriptive text on verso, contained in black buckram box. > Item Details
European Musket Import  for Civil War,
Lot # 141 - European Musket Import for Civil War,
.76 caliber, 41" barrel with small flourished NML. Comb of buttstock stamped Co B 28. Brass buttplate stamped 822 6. LR/1832. Complete with two swivels with cotton sling. > Item Details
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