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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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Gurnsey CDVS of American Indian Chiefs,
Lot # 346 - Gurnsey CDVS of American Indian Chiefs,
lot of 2, includes an image of a seated Indian holding what appears to a Henry repeating rifle, and identified on the verso as "Grey Wolf. Chief of the Winnebagoes." The other of an elborately robed Chief holding a t-shaped catlinite pipe, and identified in ink on verso as "Rushing Bear, or the "So... > Item Details
Quarter Plate Tintype of Armed Union Soldier & Flag,
Lot # 166 - Quarter Plate Tintype of Armed Union Soldier & Flag,
an unknown Maine photographer documented by his use of a carved wooden “US” oval plate prop worn over the rectangular belt plate to effect a positive “US” in the finished photograph. This photographer is also recognized by the use of a partially bunted flag always extending from the left field. Th... > Item Details
Quarter Plate Tintype of Union Cavalryman,
Lot # 161 - Quarter Plate Tintype of Union Cavalryman,
instantly recognizable as the armed cavalryman mounted on a gray roan published in "Echoes Of Glory: Arms And Equipment of the Union." This image is the classic outdoor view of a double-armed horseman pointing his 1862 Police revolver at an imaginary butternut target. The photograph was staged in ... > Item Details
Pair of Hepplewhite Inlaid Banquet Tables,
Lot # 598 - Pair of Hepplewhite Inlaid Banquet Tables,
attributed American, mahogany with pine and ash secondary wood. D-shaped ends with cross-banded zebra wood at base of skirt. Rectangular folding leaf. Tapered Hepplewhite legs, with rear sling leg. Banded inlay on skirt. 44" wide. Each end is 19.5" closed, together and open they are 71". > Item Details
CDV of Rome, Illinois,
Lot # 14 - CDV of Rome, Illinois,
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". > Item Details
Primitive Cupboard,
Lot # 788 - Primitive Cupboard,
pine, early 19th century, one door, with cutout bootjack ends, modern blue repaint; 30.5" wide x 13.5" deep x 48.5" high. > Item Details
Irwin Myers - Pastel and Gouache on Paper
Lot # 483 - Irwin Myers - Pastel and Gouache on Paper
depicting one of the first electric automobiles, the 1897 - "Electric", 17" x 22.5"; frame 26.5" x 34". > Item Details
A. Ferguson Patented Spotlight Lantern,
Lot # 815 - A. Ferguson Patented Spotlight Lantern,
designed to be used as a hand held spotlight. Tin, 9" high with brass medallion label "PAT'D JUNE 4, 1878 A. FERGUSON, THOS. J. CONWAY SOLE AGENT N.Y." > Item Details
Table Top Yarn Winder,
Lot # 775 - Table Top Yarn Winder,
19th century American, with table edge clamp mount in maple, with maple cup finial for fabric pin cushion, nice old patina; opens to 29" d. x 26" high. > Item Details
Cut Glass Bell Pull,
Lot # 822 - Cut Glass Bell Pull,
English, mounted on a floral needlepoint & beaded sash. Pull is hexagonally cut hollow & 4.5" wide x 6" long. Sash is 64.5" long x 4.5" wide. > 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
Figural American Political Tobacco Pipes,
Lot # 53 - Figural American Political Tobacco Pipes,
lot of 3, all redware and approx. 2" long. Includes a head of George Washington with fluted stem and crown-like top; PLUS a bust of Fillmore with "Millard" on left & "Fillmore" on right side of stem; AND a head of Pierce with "President" on right and "Frank Pierce" on left side of stem. > 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
Highly Figured Burl Maul,
Lot # 820 - Highly Figured Burl Maul,
19th century American, 5" dia. x 4.75" high with ash turned handle; total height 12". One of the nicest burl mauls we have seen. > Item Details
Early French Automobile Chromolithograph by Montaut,
Lot # 484 - Early French Automobile Chromolithograph by Montaut,
showing two people in sports car racing to beat a steam train across the track, 16.5" x 34"; frame 22" x 39". > 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
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
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
Early Butter Working Tools,
Lot # 811 - Early Butter Working Tools,
lot of 7. All various hardwoods, early to late 19th century, both hand carved and machine made examples, most with old patina and expected wear. > Item Details
Cdv of Circleville, Ohio Marshall,
Lot # 15 - Cdv of Circleville, Ohio Marshall,
with imprint of M.K. Marshall, Photographer, West Main Street, Circleville. An 1870s image, likely of James K. Bedenheimer, who is listed in the Circleville City directory for 1859-60 as marshall. His large badge prominently displayed. > Item Details
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