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Advertising Lady Cabinet Card,
2002 Americana & Decorative Arts. November 20.
with imprint of Arnold's, Jefferson, Iowa. Advertising the wares of Charles Bofink Hardware and Implements. Typical of the genre, her dress and hat adorned with scissors, keys, muffins tins and more.

Condition:  
Near Exc with only slight corner wear, with rich tones.
Est $300 - $400
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Franklin Roosevelt TLS and More,
Lot # 437 - Franklin Roosevelt TLS and More,
1p, September 10, 1932 on New York Executive Mansion stationary, written to a supporter in Hagerstown, Indiana, thanking him for a gift. Boldy signed. With the original transmittal envelope, plus a copy of the original letter to Roosevelt, and a later 1937 TLS from Paul V. McNutt to the same write... > 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
Scarce Rawlins, Wyoming Rubber Band Pistol,
Lot # 402 - Scarce Rawlins, Wyoming Rubber Band Pistol,
in original lithographed box with instructions, targets & ammo. Another rubber band operated toy pistol made by the Bulls Eye Pistol MFG. Co., Rawlins, Wyoming. Nice graphics, 9" long. > Item Details
Civil War Second Illinois  Presentation Sword,
Lot # 217 - Civil War Second Illinois Presentation Sword,
marked with acid etched shield "Henry Folsom, St. Louis, Mo." on left ricasso and stamped "G.R. Kirschbaum Solingen" on right. Single edged 32" blade with 3/4 length fuller, etched patriotic & military symbols on left face, hilt with gilt brass ribbon work knuckle bow with matching quillon having f... > Item Details
Fine Lady's Ivory and Silk Fan,
Lot # 560 - Fine Lady's Ivory and Silk Fan,
printed with French fashion models of the latest women’s apparel. Three oval panels with hand colored women in fancy dress, two women in central panel, flanked by single women at ends, all bordered with sewn on gilt sequins. The areas in between oval panels is decorated with scrollwork and stars o... > Item Details
Patrick Henry, DS,
Lot # 421 - Patrick Henry, DS,
partially printed land grant signed by Patrick Henry as Governor of Virginia. Dated 2 Dec 1780, signed "P. Henry." Approx. 13.25 x 17.75". Framed under glass. > Item Details
Early 19th Century Stave Construction Barrel Canteen,
Lot # 146 - Early 19th Century Stave Construction Barrel Canteen,
with engraved initials on each end "J.& B.", & "J. Barker" at mouth, 4 wrought iron bands & mouth on side with holes for suspension, probably dating to the War of 1812 period, 6.25" d. x 8" long with great old patina. > Item Details
Photograph of Crow Indian Burial Scaffolds,
Lot # 358 - Photograph of Crow Indian Burial Scaffolds,
albumen print, 8 x 8" mounted on larger board. With typed paper label "695. Crows. Mode of Burial" and inked "695" in lower right of print. Printed by the Bureau of American Ethnology and sold to the Rookwood Pottery of Cincinnati, Ohio. Purchased from Rookwood when the company moved in the ear... > Item Details
British Stoneware,
Lot # 756 - British Stoneware,
lot of 2. Includes a chocolate brown stoneware milk pitcher with elaborate engine turned decoration in bands, with glazed interior, 7" high x 4" dia.; AND a salt glazed mug with relief decoration of lady in bonnet, 3" high, both mid-19th century. > 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
Civil War 10th NY Cavalry Presentation Sword.
Lot # 215 - Civil War 10th NY Cavalry Presentation Sword.
of George Washington Vanderbilt. A presentation grade M1850 officer's sword with ornate gilded brass hilt with spread winged eagle and flags in the basket, the knucklebow, quillon and other portion decorated with flowing floral motifs, with a grip of cream-colored ray skin. Blade acid etched marti... > Item Details
Large Ovoid Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug,
Lot # 697 - Large Ovoid Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug,
early 19th century, American. Approx. 3 gallon with great flaring lip and applied strap handle, wonderful early ovoid form and kiss mark from stacking a pitcher atop; 11" d. x 15.5" high. > Item Details
Ohio Pottery Piggy Bank,
Lot # 673 - Ohio Pottery Piggy Bank,
with beautifully mottled cream, green, brown & blue glaze. Unusual form in that pig is laying down, 7.25" long x 2.9" high. > Item Details
Franklin Roosevelt TLS,
Lot # 441 - Franklin Roosevelt TLS,
as Governor of New York (1929-1933), two pages on New York Executive Office stationery, Albany, April 7, 1932. Letter addressed to Mr. Frank Niles, and in it Roosevelt expresses his opinion that the U.S. should further the cause of international friendship and good will, if for no other reason than ... > Item Details
American 19th Century Tole Ware,
Lot # 724 - American 19th Century Tole Ware,
lot of 2. Includes a bronzed lighthouse form coffee pot with infuser top, turned pewter finial and C scroll handle in black. 10.5" high; AND a cylindrical tole canister spice set in varnished bronze finish, 8.25" diam. x 4.5" high with slightly domed lid, opens to reveal 6 nested canisters each mark... > Item Details
Civil War Memoir, 73rd Ohio Infantry,
Lot # 261 - Civil War Memoir, 73rd Ohio Infantry,
of William Cline, 242pp., 1861-September 1864. Written in a standard pocket diary, but apparently a reminiscence made immediately after the facts (probably in 1864 and probably from an original diary), William Cline's memoir gives an interesting account of Civil War service in the 73rd Ohio Infant... > Item Details
Staffordshire Plate & Cups,
Lot # 766 - Staffordshire Plate & Cups,
lot of 16, English, early to mid-19th century. Includes the following on pearlware bodies; four 3.7" hexagonal Queensware cup plates with applied light blue sprig decoration; PLUS a 3.75" light blue transfer-printed cup plate with Gothic ruins; PLUS a med. blue transfer saucer in willow pattern; PL... > Item Details
Quarter Plate Tintype of VRC Private,
Lot # 164 - Quarter Plate Tintype of VRC Private,
wearing the distinctive twelve-button light blue uniform coat and trousers of the Veteran Reserve Corps. Most VRC men retained the dark blue kepi as this man has. Consisting of returning wounded and otherwise disabled soldiers the VRC did valuable service in the North guarding Confederate prisoner... > Item Details
Great Hand-Colored Lincoln Lithograph,
Lot # 69 - Great Hand-Colored Lincoln Lithograph,
showing bearded Lincoln, 22" x 38", in period grain painted frame, 26.5" x 32.5". > Item Details
James Monroe Signed Land Grant,
Lot # 417 - James Monroe Signed Land Grant,
partially printed, folio on vellum, February 21, 1821. Assigning land to one Solomon Hodgson of Highland County. Signed lower right, with attached wafer seal. > Item Details
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