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Scarce Early Daguerreian Journal,
2002 Americana & Decorative Arts. November 20.
lot of 13 of "The New Daguerreian Journal." This a short-lived journal begun by Walter Johnson at Ohio State University in the early 1970s. Johnson was instrumental in shepherding the OSU purchase of the Floyd and Marion Rinhart Collection of cased images. The Journal was primarily scholarly in content, though each issue includes images as well as a hardware of various collectors. The Journal was published for two years before folding. Includes Vol.1 No. 1; two copies of Vol. 1 No. 2-4; Vol. 1 No. 5 & 6; Vol. 2 No. 1-4.

Condition:  
All VG with very light wear only
Est $150 - $200
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Receipt for the Capture of a Slave,
Lot # 110 - Receipt for the Capture of a Slave,
1851-52. This is a receipt from a W.B. Hanshaw (?) to T.J. and I.M. Haddox, hired Nov. 25th 1851 to catch a runaway Negro with dogs. Then 2 dates for receipt of the payment March 23, 1852 and April 26, 1852. 5.25 x 7.5". Place not noted. > 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
Walnut Shaker-Style Ohio High Chest,
Lot # 555 - Walnut Shaker-Style Ohio High Chest,
secondary wood poplar, quite possibly from one of the southern Ohio Shaker communities, such as Whitewater or Union Village. This chest has 3 over 5 graduated drawers with scribed cock-beaded edges, nicely turned walnut knobs. Cove molding at top, cut-out bracket base with thumb-molded top edge. Pi... > Item Details
Pip Squeak Chicken Coop,
Lot # 718 - Pip Squeak Chicken Coop,
chromolithographed wood with stained details, mounted on cast metal wheels, interior with composition rooster with felt comb which is spring mounted & when door is opened activates the squeak box. Hen is nesting on rear shelf, 7.5" wide x 5" deep x 8.75" high. > Item Details
1885 Brooklyn Base Ball Club,
Lot # 413 - 1885 Brooklyn Base Ball Club,
a large format albumen photograph of the 14 team members of this long gone professional NYC ball club. Fantastic image of the men in uniform in two rows with ballpark in background. Image size is 145.7" x 10.8" on larger card stock. List of players printed on card stock includes "Cassidy, Porter,... > Item Details
CDV of An Ohio Field Grade Officer,
Lot # 183 - CDV of An Ohio Field Grade Officer,
with backmark of "Cridland’s Gallery, Dayton, Ohio” with contemporary pencil identification of “C.R. Winchell” on recto. Cartes is incorrectly identified as there are no “C.R. Winchell’s” listed in Union service with staff rank. Likely a staff officer in a low numbered Ohio regiment, possibly the... > Item Details
Bow Back Windsor in Old Red Paint,
Lot # 791 - Bow Back Windsor in Old Red Paint,
American bamboo-style Windsor, with added rockers. Scrolled terminals to arms, graceful bamboo turnings, nicely shaped saddle seat, seat width 19", total height 31". > Item Details
Floral Appliqued Quilt,
Lot # 610 - Floral Appliqued Quilt,
American mid-19th century. Caesar’s Crown pattern. All hand quilted with calico printed & solid colored fabrics in green red, yellow ocher & lighter yellow, five borders, unwashed with penciled pattern still visible; 76" x 96". > Item Details
Ohio Bucket Bench,
Lot # 795 - Ohio Bucket Bench,
pine, mortised construction, including rear-mounted braces, shaped and cut-out ends with front skirt; 72" long, 18" high, 13.5" deep. > Item Details
Fine Tintype of a Man with Two Oxen,
Lot # 9 - Fine Tintype of a Man with Two Oxen,
4 x 2.5" in original walnut "cross t" frame. An anonymous horizontal image, he drapes his arm on the back of one of the oxen, and holds a switch in his other hand. > Item Details
Civil War Stereoview of the Fighting McCooks,
Lot # 202 - Civil War Stereoview of the Fighting McCooks,
regular sized, ivory mount. An outdoor scene, perhaps taken in their hometown of Lisbon, in Columbiana County, Ohio. Penciled id on verso "Wm D. McCook and 5 brothers in 1861." Alexander, in his Colonel's uniform, is visible at the far right. The hat pins on the Hardee hats and kepis all show in... > Item Details
Outstanding Group of Taos Photographs by Jackson,
Lot # 334 - Outstanding Group of Taos Photographs by Jackson,
Lot of 18, unmounted 13 x 10 albumen photographs by William Henry Jackson. Subjects include nine images in or around Taos, Pueblo, four of which are architectural overviews of the town, one a portrait of two potters, Maria and Benina; three others ethnographic studies of Pueblo residents, and one a... > Item Details
Early Tin Five Arm Candle Wall Sconces,
Lot # 761 - Early Tin Five Arm Candle Wall Sconces,
American early 19th century. Tin and wrought steel wire, old, possibly original, black painted finish; 25" wide & projecting 12" from wall. > Item Details
Garrison and Britton Families of New Jersey Archive,
Lot # 450 - Garrison and Britton Families of New Jersey Archive,
ca. 850 letters, 1783-1931 (bulk: 1850-1875) plus a large group of photographs and ephemera. Respected residents of what is now South Jersey from the earliest colonial days, the Garrison, Kirby, and Britton families reached the peaks of social prominence during the nineteenth century when members ... > Item Details
William Henry Harrison Campaign Ribbon,
Lot # 45 - William Henry Harrison Campaign Ribbon,
on cream ground, framed oval bust of Harrison. Above, a sailing ship with "We have met the enemy and they are ours. Sept. 10, 1813." Then "Major General William Henry Harrison / Hero of Tippecanoe / Fort Meigs / and / Thames" with log cabin below. [Sullivan & Fischer WHH-21a] > Item Details
Blue Decorated Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug,
Lot # 693 - Blue Decorated Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug,
American, early 19th century ovoid jug with cobalt stylized floral spray and blue at handle terminus, applied strap handle; 8 x 11.75". > Item Details
American Sheraton Rush Seat Chair,
Lot # 553 - American Sheraton Rush Seat Chair,
set of 4 matched and 2 odd side chairs, one with mixed woods, with sausage turnings, in old black repaint. > Item Details
Civil War Sutler's Manuscript Archive,
Lot # 267 - Civil War Sutler's Manuscript Archive,
Henry Garrsion, Sutler, 2nd New York Infantry. 8 letters, 1862-1863. Although he made attempts to join his brother, Amos, out west, Henry Garrison became Sutler to the 2nd New York Infantry in Virginia. Henry Garrison left eight fine Civil War letters, including three written in the immediate afte... > Item Details
Christmas Tree Fences,
Lot # 501 - Christmas Tree Fences,
lot of 2, both 19th century. Includes a nice 4-part fence, picket type with false gate, flanked by turned posts, forms square 18.5"; AND an accordion/split rail type which can be arranged in many different forms, but when circular it is 30" d. > Item Details
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