Lot 13    

Cdv of a New York Fireman,
2002 Americana & Decorative Arts. November 20.
with imprint of S. Austen, Oswego, NY. Fine studio pose of a member of hose company holding a large trumpet on his knee.

Condition:  
Slight surface soil, else VG.
Est $150 - $200
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Mortised Bucket Bench,
Lot # 796 - Mortised Bucket Bench,
mortised construction with bootjack ends, lower shelf mortised, upper is lap-jointed with wood pegs; 40" long x 12.5" deep x 31" high. > Item Details
Exceptional Sewer Tile Planter,
Lot # 685 - Exceptional Sewer Tile Planter,
American, late 19th or very early 20th century. Vase-shaped with applied high relief flowers & leaves, large cutouts on shoulder & small circular cutouts on neck made for planting hen & chick plants. Two loop handles just below flaring lip, each with free swinging sewer pipe three link chain, 9.5"... > Item Details
Benjamin Harrison ALS and Political Ribbon,
Lot # 432 - Benjamin Harrison ALS and Political Ribbon,
framed. Includes a note to a supporter thanking him for his letter urging Harrison to accept the nomination as his party's candidate for governor, on law firm stationery, dated Aug. 10th, 1876. AND a red, white, & blue campaign ribbon, with portrait and facsimile signature on celluloid tied to ribbo... > Item Details
Shakespeare's Seven Ages in Photograph Form,
Lot # 31 - Shakespeare's Seven Ages in Photograph Form,
framed set of 7 albumen cabinet cards with original ornate mat and labels. Entitled "Shakspeare's (sic) "Seven Ages.", "Photographed by J. Landy, Cincinnati, O.". Includes "At first, the Infant." through "Last Scene of all.". Also includes a wonderful manuscript three page letter on letterhead of... > Item Details
Early Hawaiian Grammar,
Lot # 307 - Early Hawaiian Grammar,
Bishop, A., Rev. "Hawaiian Phrase Book." 1871, 2nd ed. Honolulu: Henry M. Whitney, 120pp. 16mo, cloth with leather spine. The Rev. Artemas Bishop arrived in Hawaii (The Sandwich Islands) on the "James" in April of 1823. > 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
American Wrought Iron Hearth Tools,
Lot # 784 - American Wrought Iron Hearth Tools,
lot of 3. Early 19th century American. Includes a nice round bowl tasting ladle, 13" long with 2.3" d. bowl; PLUS a 16.5" long ladle with 4.5" d. bowl; AND a roasting fork, 18" long. > Item Details
Mottled Brown Glazed Yelloware Batter Pitcher,
Lot # 686 - Mottled Brown Glazed Yelloware Batter Pitcher,
early 19th century yelloware batter pitcher, probably East Liverpool, Ohio. This nicely wheel thrown piece has a 3 ribbed extruded strap handle and pinched spout, nice early barrel-shaped with clear glazed interior and mottled Rockingham-type brown glazed exterior; 4" high x 6" d. > Item Details
Photograph of a Southern Arapaho Warrior,
Lot # 355 - Photograph of a Southern Arapaho Warrior,
albumen print, 5 x 7.5" mounted on larger board, titled in negative "Arap..... with typed strip paper label "18. Southern Arapaho. Heap o' Bears." Negative probably taken by Alexander Gardner as part of a treaty delegation in Washington in 1872. Likely printed later by the Bureau of American Ethno... > 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
Salt Glazed Stoneware Jars,
Lot # 711 - Salt Glazed Stoneware Jars,
lot of 4. Three jars & 1 jug, all mid- to early 19th century American. Includes an apple butter jar, slightly ovoid, 7" d. x 8" high; PLUS an interesting shouldered jar stamped "H&G" and #1 with cogged wheel surround, rim warped during firing, 8" d. x 7.5" high; PLUS a slightly ovoid jar, 8.5" d. x... > Item Details
American School Girl Sampler Dated 1812,
Lot # 772 - American School Girl Sampler Dated 1812,
and signed "Mary Arnold Summerston, June 5", with alphabets, numbers and floral designs, 16.5" x 17.25", mounted in modern frame. > Item Details
Currier Lithograph of Polk,
Lot # 46 - Currier Lithograph of Polk,
eleventh President of the United States (1845 - 1849). Hand-colored, below title is "Lith. & Pub. By N. Currier, 2 Spruce St., NY." > Item Details
Early French Automobile Hand-Colored Lithographs by Montaut and Gamy
Lot # 478 - Early French Automobile Hand-Colored Lithographs by Montaut and Gamy
Two hand-colored lithographs matted in a single frame; each measure 17" x 34". The Montaut depicts a car racing down a breathtaking French coastline; the Gamy shows a woman being helped out of a car with a foxchase assembling in the background. > Item Details
Wisconsin Pioneer Brigade Ephemera,
Lot # 171 - Wisconsin Pioneer Brigade Ephemera,
including a letter from George W. Rouse, 10th WI Inf. with transmittal envelope, a Ms. epic poem by E. S. Buck (? Brick), and a ruby ambro. of unidentified young man. Poem is titled "An Epic" and below "By E. S. Buck, co. B 3rd Battalion. Pioneer Brigade." 7 pp. with 2 holes in top and tied together... > Item Details
Diego Rivera Autographed Photographs
Lot # 468 - Diego Rivera Autographed Photographs
Lot of 21, including 3 autographed, one each by Diego Rivera and Frieda Kahlo, one by David Margolis. This lot includes black & white photographs of the 21 panels in Diego Rivera's (1886-1957) "Portrait of America" at the New Workers School in New York City. The photographs are 6.5" x 5.5-6.5" (prop... > Item Details
Early Ivory Handled Medical Kit,
Lot # 253 - Early Ivory Handled Medical Kit,
in fitted embossed red leather case with navy felt liner, 11 tools, filling all available slots in case, 6.5" long x 4" wide x 1.2" high. > Item Details
American Pieced Quilt,
Lot # 613 - American Pieced Quilt,
mid 19th century American, calico prints & solid color fabrics in double nine patch pattern with geese in pond surrounds, in greens, red, & cream color with blue & white border, all hand quilted 82" square. > Item Details
Scarce English Quaker Imprint,
Lot # 322 - Scarce English Quaker Imprint,
"A Collection of Acts of Parliament, and Clauses of Acts of Parliament, Relative to Those Protestant Dissenters Who are Susally Called by the Name of Quakers, From the Year 1688." 1757, London: Luke Hinde. 4to, full calf, 96pp. > Item Details
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