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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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First National Confederate Flag,
Lot # 246 - First National Confederate Flag,
handsewn cotton, 40.75" x 71.5." Flag with twelve white cotton five pointed stars appliqued to each side of the canton, arranged in the form of a cross, with three 4.25" stars (measuring point to point) in three arms, two in another and a 7" star in the center. The blue cotton canton has one verti... > 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
Empire Mahogany Two-Piece Bookcase,
Lot # 705 - Empire Mahogany Two-Piece Bookcase,
2 piece with step-back top having architectural style stepped cove moulding with full tapered column's surmounted by scroll carved capitals, 2 doors with "X" mullioned glass over 3 small cock-beaded drawers. Base also with "X" mullioned glass doors, acanthus carved flat columns and large front carv... > Item Details
Walrus Ivory Eskimo Cribbage Board,
Lot # 659 - Walrus Ivory Eskimo Cribbage Board,
likely a product of the Mission Cooperative of Grenfell in Newfoundland, Labrador. Front with tip carved with seal's head, followed by 2 scrimshaw seal hunting scenes, followed by the cribbage board; reverse with a steam and sailing ship which appears to be the one used by the Grenfell Mission with... > Item Details
Great Early Southeastern Travel Account,
Lot # 311 - Great Early Southeastern Travel Account,
Dana, Edmund. "Geographical Sketches of the Western Country: Designed for Emigrants and Settlers: Being the Result of Extensive Researches and Remarks...." 1819, 12mo, Cincinnati, 312pp. Calf, gilt worn from spine, ownership inscriptions on endpapers. Most of the volume describes the southeast to No... > Item Details
Simon Kenton, DS,
Lot # 448 - Simon Kenton, DS,
n.d., n.p. one page. A legal document in which Kenton refers to a disputed promissory note made to one Stephen Trickell, ending tersely "I do not owe Mr. Trickell one cent. Simon Kenton." Witnessed by Andrew Crockett. > Item Details
American Miniature on Ivory,
Lot # 634 - American Miniature on Ivory,
unsigned oval portrait of a young gentleman with somewhat wild hair, mounted in newer frame, portrait 2.3" x 3". > Item Details
Cleveland-Thurman Jugate Campaign Ribbon,
Lot # 89 - Cleveland-Thurman Jugate Campaign Ribbon,
black, on pink silk, 9.25 x 2.75." Printed by Buford, Indianapolis. > Item Details
Horstmann  Indian Princess Head Militia Sword,
Lot # 131 - Horstmann Indian Princess Head Militia Sword,
with rectangular ribbed ivory grip, cast brass single piece quillon, double langets with eagles, floral knuckle bow, attached to the Indian Princess pommel. Single edged 31" blade with 1/2 length fuller and acid etched crossed flags and scroll work, marked "W.H.H." (Horstmann), total length 36.5". ... > Item Details
Photographs from a Cabinet and Coffin Maker,
Lot # 27 - Photographs from a Cabinet and Coffin Maker,
from Johnsville, N.Y., cabinet shop of Hayns & Smith. Interesting montage of 14 albumen photographs and one illustrated newspaper clipping. Central image (6.5" x 10") of the exterior of the shop with wares on display including the undertaker's horse-drawn hearse; other images are of different piec... > Item Details
Scarce Mexican War Lithograph,
Lot # 154 - Scarce Mexican War Lithograph,
"The 2nd Division of Regulars, as Drawn-Up at Cerro Gordo. Under the Command of Gen. Twiggs." 16.25 x 24.5", shrink wrapped on foam core. Under the illustration is the list of officers. Accompanying the lithograph is a piece from the original frame backing paper with "Susan P. Delafield." Susan (180... > Item Details
Paul L. Dunbar, TLS,
Lot # 121 - Paul L. Dunbar, TLS,
Dayton, Ohio (140 Zeigler St.), 21 June 1896. Letter is framed under glass, 4.25 x 7" visible. The letter is to a Mr. L. D. Stubbs of Richmond, IN, in which Dunbar notes that he inadvertently left a book there. He writes that he had enclosed postage for its return, and goes on to say that "...if you... > Item Details
Miniature High Back Wagon Bench in Red,
Lot # 661 - Miniature High Back Wagon Bench in Red,
pine, 19th century, with original painted surface & decoration, and solid high back scroll cut arms with a lift seat with storage compartment below, square nail construction. Front is all red, sides & back are tan with red & black trim, nice small size; 36" long x 13.5" deep x 23" high. > 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
Amish Child's Pieced Quilt,
Lot # 611 - Amish Child's Pieced Quilt,
20th century, Cake Stand pattern, solid color pieced design in dark blue & brown with black quilting; 32" x 44". > Item Details
American Appliqued Quilt,
Lot # 607 - American Appliqued Quilt,
mid-19th century. Floral appliqu├ęd with swag & thistle border in red, blue & green, & central field with multiple rose sprigs, all hand quilted in diamond pattern; 90" x 80". > Item Details
Early Bootjack End Painted Footstools,
Lot # 548 - Early Bootjack End Painted Footstools,
lot of 2. Includes a nice example in green paint, square nail construction, 24" long x 6" wide x 6.5" high, with expected wear to top and edges; AND a second in old reddish brown paint over green, nailed construction with light wear, 26" long x 6" wide x 7" high. > Item Details
Carved Folk Art Panel with Lions,
Lot # 544 - Carved Folk Art Panel with Lions,
of two glued pine planks carved to form a beveled "frame" containing two high relief lions with grasses in background. Old brown varnish/paint finish with beveled edge in gold, 35.5" wide x 23.5" high. > Item Details
Early Tin Cookie Cutters,
Lot # 646 - Early Tin Cookie Cutters,
lot of 5, early to mid-nineteenth century, includes standing retriever-type dog, horse, pig, and chicken, 3.5" to 4.5" long and a seated frog, 4" long. All with original rear mounted handles. > Item Details
Spindle Back Child's Windsor High Chair,
Lot # 513 - Spindle Back Child's Windsor High Chair,
early 19th century American, mixed wood. With worn black over original red paint, tapered spindle back with stepped crest plank seat; seat height 19", total height 31". > Item Details
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