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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Two CDVs of Disabled People,
Lot # 1583 - Two CDVs of Disabled People,
includes an albumen of woman standing next to her blind husband AND a cdv-sized tintype in original paper mount of a woman, with tinted pink cheeks and gold ring and broach, holding a pair of crutches. > Item Details
Civil War Era <i>Free</i> Flag,
Lot # 378 - Civil War Era Free Flag,
glazed muslin with canton having 36 stars arranged to spell out the word FREE, Ms ink inscription just below canton on white 4 July 1864/Lincoln, 14" x 18", pressure mounted and framed, 18.25" x 22". > Item Details
CDV-Sized Tintype of GAR Members,
Lot # 1470 - CDV-Sized Tintype of GAR Members,
all wearing reunion style uniforms, 2 seated and holding M1850 foot officers' swords. Since this is an outdoor image, it was quite likely taken at an early GAR reunion. > Item Details
Large Outdoor Civil War Photograph of Union Headquarters,
Lot # 1354 - Large Outdoor Civil War Photograph of Union Headquarters,
anonymous 9” by 7.5” print mounted on 13” by 11” board showing a group of mostly unarmed company grade Union officers gathered in a winter encampment presumably somewhere in Virginia, ca 1862-63. A cavalry officer with saber dragging the ground engages a group of officers in conversation as two of ... > Item Details
Harrison Cole's 50th Indiana Vol. Infantry Escutcheon,
Lot # 1468 - Harrison Cole's 50th Indiana Vol. Infantry Escutcheon,
chromolithographed partially printed escutcheon with tipped in uniformed portrait of a Union soldier, from 50th Indiana Vol. Regiment with colorful portraits of politicians and officers and vignettes of battle scenes with date of death recorded at bottom Oct. 10, 1910, 21" x 27" in original frame, 2... > Item Details
Two Post Mortems CDVs and a Tintype,
Lot # 1580 - Two Post Mortems CDVs and a Tintype,
includes albumen cdvs of infants, both unidentified as to artist; plus an uncased sixth plate tintype of a post-mortem. > Item Details
Three Early Boudoir Photographs of Leadville, Colorado,
Lot # 840 - Three Early Boudoir Photographs of Leadville, Colorado,
all signed, numbered and titled in negatives, including Fryer Hill, Leadville. 389 Brisbois Phot. Leadville, PLUS 391 Iron Hill, Leadville,, interesting image of Newfoundland dog, resting atop spoil pile with cattle, cabins and miners in background, AND North Leadville Colo. 309, great overview of t... > Item Details
Three Civil War Pamphlets & Handbill,
Lot # 1435 - Three Civil War Pamphlets & Handbill,
includes one entitled The Five Predatory Tribes; or The Bolters' Faction Analysed (sic), n.d., n.p., 8vo in self wraps, sewn binding 7pp, being a pro-slavery pamphlet, PLUS Questions And Facts anonymous, n.d., n.p., 4to in self wraps, 8pp, dealing with the proposed national draft, AND handbill entit... > Item Details
CDV of Corporal F. B. Goetchius, 120th NY, WIA Gettysburg,
Lot # 1270 - CDV of Corporal F. B. Goetchius, 120th NY, WIA Gettysburg,
by K.W. Beniczky, N.Y. with ink signature and regiment on verso. A civilian view of Goetchuis who enlisted in Company H., 120th N.Y. in July 1862. Corporal Goetchuis was wounded on July 2nd in the Peach Orchard and was discharged for disability in February 1864, probably about the time of this pho... > Item Details
A Gathering of Seventeen Gem Tintype Albums,
Lot # 1525 - A Gathering of Seventeen Gem Tintype Albums,
all embossed leather in various colors, most at least half full of gem-sized tintype portraits, from 1.5" x 3" to 3" x 4". > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Photographer's Assistant Holding Printing-Out Frame,
Lot # 1592 - Cabinet Card of Photographer's Assistant Holding Printing-Out Frame,
silver gelatin print, with imprint of Chauncey Moore, Springfield, Mass. We assume this to be Moore or one of his assistants. He wears a fine checkered apron, with a nearly matching tie. > Item Details
European Import Civil War Musket,
Lot # 142 - European Import Civil War Musket,
.66 caliber, 37" barrel. Lockplate, barrel, and buttplate with silver coating. Complete with two swivels and cotton sling. > Item Details
Rare Civil War U.S. Military Telegraph Watch,
Lot # 221 - Rare Civil War U.S. Military Telegraph Watch,
white enameled dial with black Roman numerals and lower second hand dial marked American Watch Co., key wind works marked P.L. Bartlett Waltham, Mass. 123606, engine-turned hunter coin silver case marked on front escutcheon U.S., interior cover plate marked No. 3 U.S. Military Telegraph, interior of... > Item Details
Mexican War Letter Archive of an Indiana Volunteer,
Lot # 1738 - Mexican War Letter Archive of an Indiana Volunteer,
Elhanan W. Moberly Papers, 1846-1850; 3 war date letters from Moberly (36pp. total), 5 letters to him, and 2 additional items. A young man in his twenties, Moberly enjoyed some distinction as a Mexican War soldier with the 2nd Indiana Vols. In his fascinating diary-like letters from the time of his ... > Item Details
B.F. Batcheler's Tintype, Ladder Badge, Canteen and GAR Ephemera,
Lot # 213 - B.F. Batcheler's Tintype, Ladder Badge, Canteen and GAR Ephemera,
lot of 7. A damaged, uncased sixth plate tintype portrait of Batcheler photographed while still a member of the 26th Michigan, Batcheler’s post-war pin back ladder badge stamped, “B.F. Batcheler, Co. E. 26th Mich. Inf.” with “& 1 Lieut. Co. F. 28 U.S.C.T. Howell, Mich.” added later. Presumably, Bat... > Item Details
Imperial Albumen of Symbolic North-South Reconciliation,
Lot # 1367 - Imperial Albumen of Symbolic North-South Reconciliation,
anonymous, approximately 13” by 16” mounted to board, ca 1870s. Ostensibly, an actor made up to look like US Grant wearing a general’s uniform with trademark cigar in the act of offering a worthy Southern opponent the return of his sword. Notice that symbolically the Confederate officer’s scabbard... > Item Details
Two Keystone Boxed Sets of Stereoviews: Lincoln Highway,
Lot # 1544 - Two Keystone Boxed Sets of Stereoviews: Lincoln Highway,
all with arched top views on 3.5" x 7" curved stock and with views of Lincoln Highway numbered from 401-425 and from 601-625. Housed in pasteboard library-type boxes with typed labels. > Item Details
Photo of Sioux Indians & Cowboys,
Lot # 746 - Photo of Sioux Indians & Cowboys,
collodion print 9” x 7.25” on mount 9.5” x 8”. Most of the cowboys are mounted, and carry ropes or a gun. The Indians are seated in front wearing feather headdresses. A circle of seated Indians is in the background. Ink caption verso, Taken by same Cow Boy of Sioux Just short time before the mas... > Item Details
Six Wanamaker Expedition Photographs of American Indians,
Lot # 883 - Six Wanamaker Expedition Photographs of American Indians,
consisting of 8” x 10” silver gelatin photographs, including a portrait of Chief Tin-Tin Meetsa, Umatilla, 1909, taken by Joseph Kossuth Dixon and used as an illustration in The Vanishing Race; and four portraits taken 1913 of Ari-Wa-Kis, a Pawnee medicine man; Chief Cut Finger, Arapaho; a portrait ... > Item Details
Alaska Travel Full Sheet Chromolithographed Poster by Sydney Laurence,
Lot # 1021 - Alaska Travel Full Sheet Chromolithographed Poster by Sydney Laurence,
entitled Off to the Potlatch with three Northwest Coast war-type cannons in ocean surf, large Alaska along bottom margin flanked by Northern Pacific North Coast Limited symbols.Alaska's most widely beloved historical painter, Sydney Laurence was the first professionally trained artist to make Alaska... > Item Details
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