Lot 14    

CDV of Rome, Illinois,
2002 Americana & Decorative Arts. November 20.
with the imprint of Cadman's Gallery, Jacksonville, Ill. This view is of the main street in Rome with four storefronts visible including the "Manson Hotel".

Condition:  
Nice tonality, light foxing in sky, VG+.
Est $200 - $300
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George III Mahogany Bowfront Chest,
Lot # 518 - George III Mahogany Bowfront Chest,
mahogany with pine and oak secondary woods, with several original printed makers' labels on the interior of the drawers that read "Manufactured By Joseph Loader 26 St. James St. Brighton." Chest has 2 over 4 graduated drawers with cock-beaded edges, oval stamped brass pulls with classical urn and ... > Item Details
Grain Painted Hanging Shelf,
Lot # 573 - Grain Painted Hanging Shelf,
pine, in red and black original graining. With scalloped sides above 4 small drawers, above larger shelf, above cubby-hole file area, 18.75" wide x 15.25" deep x 24.5" high. > Item Details
American Flint Glass Stemware,
Lot # 534 - American Flint Glass Stemware,
lot of 11. All early 19th century American clear flint glass stemware in thumbprint pattern. Includes five 5.5" high; four 4.75" high & two 4.25" high. > Item Details
Rinehart Platinum Print of Native American,
Lot # 360 - Rinehart Platinum Print of Native American,
7.25 x 9.25" titled in negative, "White Swan, Crow, No. 815, Copyright 1898, F.A. Rinehart, Omaha." "The Rookwood Pottery Co." with "April 1899" hand-written below. > Item Details
Blue & White Homespun Blanket Dated 1845,
Lot # 808 - Blue & White Homespun Blanket Dated 1845,
American mid 19th century all wool in five line crossing pattern, embroidered with initials & date "R. 1845 A.". Woven in two pieces & sewn together; 68" x 80". > Item Details
Archive of the Painter Family,
Lot # 454 - Archive of the Painter Family,
Milton and Sallie Painter 1783-ca.1860 (bulk: 1850s). ca.275 items. Literate and interesting correspondence from Sallie Hickson and her husband Milton Painter of Owings Mills, Md., and other members of their family, touching on everything from politics to family, farm, friendship, and marriage. T... > Item Details
Cabinet Photograph of Cheyenne Chief,
Lot # 348 - Cabinet Photograph of Cheyenne Chief,
Bob Tail. Imprint of E.B. Snell, Wellington, Kansas. A fine image of this seated Southern Cheyenne. > Item Details
Cast Iron Anti-Chinese Figural Padlock,
Lot # 378 - Cast Iron Anti-Chinese Figural Padlock,
with Patd. date Oct. 1872. The front depicts a stereotypical "Chinaman" with long que coming through a hole, mouth open (the keyhole for the lock). On back the image is of a dog biting the man's leg, with a disembodied hand in upper right dropping the man's hat. The early waves of Chinese immigratio... > Item Details
George III Inlaid Game Table,
Lot # 517 - George III Inlaid Game Table,
mahogany, with satin wood string inlay on top edge and skirt, oval panel inlay at top of tapered Hepplewhite-style legs and string inlay 3" above feet. Closes to squared "D" shape with rear gateleg, opens to 38" square with canted corners, 29.5" high. > Item Details
William Henry Jackson Panoramic Mammoth Plates,
Lot # 336 - William Henry Jackson Panoramic Mammoth Plates,
titled in negative "Lake San Christobal Col. W.H. Jackson & Co. Phot." With inked inscription on rear "-this is William Henry Jackson/&/34th-Dr. Hayden-1873-year-". Image size 36.5" wide x 17" high, in original black finished wood frame (28.2" x 47.8") with mat having ink inscribed "1878 W.H.J." A... > Item Details
Stereoview of  Dakota Territory Flat Boats,
Lot # 343 - Stereoview of Dakota Territory Flat Boats,
by F. Jay Haynes from "Scenery of the Red River Valley", series showing a landing in Fargo on Red River where flatboats are being constructed and launched. With Haynes' paper label on verso. > Item Details
Bronze Bust of Robert E. Lee by Moses Ezekiel,
Lot # 270 - Bronze Bust of Robert E. Lee by Moses Ezekiel,
approx. 7" high on dark marble base. Back is marked "Ezekiel -- Roma." This small bust of Lee depicts the General in a campaign hat looking to his left. The expression on his face is one of determination. Moses Jacob Ezekiel was born on Oct. 28, 1844 of Spanish-Jewish parents in Richmond, VA. He was... > Item Details
Sponge Ware Bowl & Pitcher,
Lot # 5466 - Sponge Ware Bowl & Pitcher,
American stoneware, late 19th or early 20th century, bowl 14" diameter & pitcher 11" high. > Item Details
Check Signed by Early Kentucky Frontiersman,
Lot # 449 - Check Signed by Early Kentucky Frontiersman,
James French, Mount Sterling, KY, 13 July 1821(?). Check 1.75 x 5.5", made out to himself for $198. French settled very early at Boonesborough. His son Richard, who was born in Boonesborough, served in the state HR, then as a Representative to Washington. > Item Details
Early American Baskets,
Lot # 652 - Early American Baskets,
lot of 3, all 19th century American. Includes a nice split hickory buttocks shape with nice old varnish finish; 14" wide x 10.5" high; PLUS a nice cane & split hickory round basket with notched handle; 7" d. x 8" high; AND a grass opal basket with ruffled & turned down lip, 8" long x 5" wide x 2" h... > Item Details
Amish Child's Pieced Quilt,
Lot # 611 - Amish Child's Pieced Quilt,
20th century, Cake Stand pattern, solid color pieced design in dark blue & brown with black quilting; 32" x 44". > Item Details
Early Photographs of the  Cleveland Refining Co.,
Lot # 29 - Early Photographs of the Cleveland Refining Co.,
lot of 2, each 6.5" x 9.5" albumen images mounted on larger card stock with imprint of Liebich's Photographers, Cleveland, Ohio. Exterior shots of this early oil company’s buildings, including a warehouse with dock on which workmen are moving wood barrels of oil, great tonality on both. Cleveland,... > Item Details
American Bowfront Dressing Mirror,
Lot # 556 - American Bowfront Dressing Mirror,
mahogany on turned bun feet with turned upright posts, mushroom brass pulls on single lower draw, possibly original mirror glass, 20.75" wide x 7.75" deep x 22.5" high. > Item Details
Missouri CDV Album With Confederate General,
Lot # 199 - Missouri CDV Album With Confederate General,
among forty-seven unnamed civilian views is this striking rotund Colonel (three gold stars on collar, no wreath) with a “J.A. Scholten, St. Louis” back mark. This rare, perhaps unpublished, CDV is identified as Colonel Arthur Exum Reynolds, 26th Mississippi Infantry. A bust view that exactly match... > Item Details
Blueprint of Early Automobile
Lot # 490 - Blueprint of Early Automobile
Framed; 23" x 45"; Reads "Special Torpedo Body/Welch motor Car Co./Pontiac, Mich./Scale=3:1 Date=2-9-1910/By Gravatt". > Item Details
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