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Wabash Rail Way Work Gang Tintype,
2002 Americana & Decorative Arts. November 20.
on a railroad with 2 hand cars, one of which has "Wabash Rail Way" on side, 4.5" x 6.6".

Condition:  
Old yellowed over varnish & minor scratches.
Est $150 - $250
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Civil War Pen and Ink by John R. Chapin,
Lot # 272 - Civil War Pen and Ink by John R. Chapin,
(1823-1907), 9 x 6" on larger sheet, with applied white color for smoke and clouds, pencilled title in two places, "In the Trenches at Cold Harbor", signed lower right "Chapin." Chapin, a Captain in the New Jersey Militia, produced this as an illustration for Goss' "Recollection of a Private" (1890... > Item Details
Magnificent  Eagle Hilt Sabre,
Lot # 128 - Magnificent Eagle Hilt Sabre,
manufactured by the German cutler, A. Berger, and so marked just below the ricasso along with "Warranted." A beautiful example of a sabre made for the American market, this with cast brass mounts, the pommel a well executed eagle, the knucklebow flat, with relief casting of various geometric motifs... > Item Details
Half Plate Ambrotype of Civil War Naval Officer,
Lot # 170 - Half Plate Ambrotype of Civil War Naval Officer,
with the rank of Master wearing the regulation service dress first prescribed in 1852 and worn until superceded in 1862. His double-breasted frock coat, shoulder straps, and cuff button arrangement are the mark of a sea-going line officer originally known as a Sailing Master and rating just below t... > Item Details
Civil War Pen and Ink By John R. Chapin,
Lot # 273 - Civil War Pen and Ink By John R. Chapin,
(1823-1907), a 10 x 7" illustration of a Zouave. Signed "Chapman after a sketch by J.H. Goater," and in pencil "A Zouave. Chap IX." Chapin, a Captain in Chapin's Battery of New Jersey Militia produced this sketch for Goss' "Recollections of A Private" (1890). > Item Details
Currier & Ives Lincoln Political Cartoon,
Lot # 67 - Currier & Ives Lincoln Political Cartoon,
medium folio, from 1864 depicting Lincoln acting like a fool, Fessenden (Secy. of Treasury) cranking "Chase's Patent Greenback Mill", churning out $1000 and $5000 dollar bills. Sitting around the table are Stanton (Secy. of War), "Uncle Abe", Seward (Secy. of State), Wells (Secy. of the Navy), and 2... > Item Details
38 Star Flag,
Lot # 290 - 38 Star Flag,
wool with linen hoist with brass grommets, and hand sewn cotton 5 pointed stars in 8, 7, 8, 7, and 8 pattern. Hoist is stamped "Horstmann Phila." and "41/2 x 7 Ft." Machine sewn. > Item Details
Springfield Flintlock Musket,
Lot # 236 - Springfield Flintlock Musket,
a two band, cadet version, lock with eagle over "US" and "Springfield 1826" at rear of hammer and at breech; barrel with "S.M.CO" at breech on right side, inspector's marks "PT" in front of trigger guard,"S" in severalplaces, two inspector's cartouches on stock. > Item Details
Scarce Lincoln Pose By Alexander Gardner,
Lot # 71 - Scarce Lincoln Pose By Alexander Gardner,
silver gelatin print, 9.25" x 12.5", with modern mat and frame. From a now lost glass plate negative. A number of these images were apparently pulled from the original plate sometime within the first few decades of this century before the negative disappeared. Today, these later prints -- made fr... > Item Details
Autographed CDV of a  Confederate Officer,
Lot # 198 - Autographed CDV of a Confederate Officer,
ink-signed “Lieut. Southall” on recto with a “J.A. Scholten, St. Louis” imprint. Further identification nearly impossible, as there are 42 soldiers named “Southall” found in Confederate rosters. Among the officers just two survive scrutiny and neither of these “Southall’s” can be directly placed in... > Item Details
Archive of 86th Indiana Soldier KIA at Stones River,
Lot # 263 - Archive of 86th Indiana Soldier KIA at Stones River,
lot of 8 items. These letters tell the history of one Civil War soldier, George E. Armer (also spelled Armor) of Carroll County/Delphi, IN. Armer mustered into the 9th IN Inf. in Sept. 1861, discharged for disability on 29 Apr. 1862 on the field of Shiloh (discharge paper in lot). After a month of r... > Item Details
Three Confederate and Union Pins and Badges,
Lot # 255 - Three Confederate and Union Pins and Badges,
including a UCV(?) cello pin for New Orleans May 19-22, 1903 featuring R.E. Lee portrait; a white metal badge with eagle hanger for the laying of the cornerstone of the Lee Monument in Richmond, VA, 1887; and a brass or plated white metal token commemorating the 75th anniversary of Gettysburg. > Item Details
Brass Kettles,
Lot # 640 - Brass Kettles,
lot of 2, American mid-19th century. Each spun brass with iron bale handle. Worn maker's mark on one; 12.5" d. x 9" high & 13" d. x 8" high. > Item Details
Large Tintype of Row Houses and Street Urchins,
Lot # 6 - Large Tintype of Row Houses and Street Urchins,
supposedly Pittsburgh, PA. showing row houses and two store fronts, a dry goods and grocery 5.5" x 4.25". > Item Details
Early Blue & White Blankets,
Lot # 807 - Early Blue & White Blankets,
lot of 2, both 19th century American. One homespun wool, white with double line blue over-all pattern, embroidered initials of "E.W." at one end; 70" x 85"; AND another of homespun linen & wool blanket with 3 line crossing pattern, woven in two pieces & sewn together; 74" x 84". > Item Details
McKinley Dinner Loving Cup,
Lot # 91 - McKinley Dinner Loving Cup,
silver-plated, with 3 handles which divide the cup into 3 panels. One panel is engraved with a monogram "CCC", another panel with "President McKinley, Guest of Honor, and the third with "Annual Dinner, Oct. 30th, 1897." Cup is 2.25" high with similar diameter, the entire cup with handles is about 3.... > Item Details
War Date R.E. Lee CDV-Autographed,
Lot # 191 - War Date R.E. Lee CDV-Autographed,
with imprint of Lumpkin and Co., Richmond, Va. on verso. Boldly signed on recto, not affecting Lee's portrait. > Item Details
Ohio Lincoln Assassination Broadside Extra,
Lot # 74 - Ohio Lincoln Assassination Broadside Extra,
"Daily Ohio State Journal" Saturday, April 15, 9 AM. 8 x 6." Announces the death of Lincoln and "WILKES BOOTH THE ASSASSIN!" A fine example, and typical of the genre. > Item Details
Rinehart Platinum Print of Native American,
Lot # 365 - Rinehart Platinum Print of Native American,
7.25 x 9.25". Titled in negative, "Rocky Bear, Sioux, No. 503, Copyright 1899, F.A. Rinehart, Omaha." > Item Details
McKinley Campaign and Memorial Collection,
Lot # 93 - McKinley Campaign and Memorial Collection,
lot of 3. Includes a brass finished cast iron relief bust with kick prop rear and memorial laurel wreath at base9.5" wide x 11" high, marked on rear "2:4"; PLUS a rare black glass memorial 9" plate with bust portrait of McKinley in gold and reticulated edge; AND a campaign tumbler in clear glass wit... > Item Details
Early American Tin Holloware,
Lot # 802 - Early American Tin Holloware,
lot of 6. Includes 4 milk pails with lids & handles from 4.5" to 10" high (smallest in old red paint); PLUS a sugar shaker with handle, 6" high; AND a toddy warmer, 4.5" high, missing turned wood handle. > Item Details
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