Lot 15    

Cdv of Circleville, Ohio Marshall,
2002 Americana & Decorative Arts. November 20.
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.

Condition:  
Just a hint of soiling.
Est $150 - $250
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Civil War Presentation Sword of a Maine Hero,
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Edward Curtis Photograph,
Lot # 369 - Edward Curtis Photograph,
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Autographed Wright Flyer Silver Print,
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4 x 5.5" silver print at Kitty Hawk autographed by Orville Wright. A typed label on the back of the frame reads: "This print was taken from a negative made at Kitty Hawk December 17, 1903. Orville Wright is flying the plane, Wilbur is standing on the ground. The runway is at the left; at the right ... > Item Details
Civil War/Indian Wars Presentation  Cane,
Lot # 247 - Civil War/Indian Wars Presentation Cane,
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Large Group of Colorado and Western Stereoviews,
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Washington Pocket Mirror,
Lot # 43 - Washington Pocket Mirror,
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U.S. Grant Shell Stickpin,
Lot # 76 - U.S. Grant Shell Stickpin,
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Scarce Currier & Ives and Speaking Dog Bank Trade Cards,
Lot # 293 - Scarce Currier & Ives and Speaking Dog Bank Trade Cards,
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Rinehart  Platinum Print of Native American,
Lot # 364 - Rinehart Platinum Print of Native American,
7 x 9.25". Ttiled in negative "Black Horn, Sioux, No. 1507, Copyright 1899, F.A. Rinehart, Omaha." > Item Details
Cincinnati Berkshire Bitters Pig Flask Plus,
Lot # 670 - Cincinnati Berkshire Bitters Pig Flask Plus,
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Early 19th Century Maryland Manuscript Day Book,
Lot # 453 - Early 19th Century Maryland Manuscript Day Book,
belonging to Henry Bantz, 8vo, decorated paper boards with calf backstrip. Comprising approximately 70 manuscript pages of closely written entries between July 12, 1796 and April 15, 1803, the last entry being made by Henry's son Nimrod upon the death of his father. A remarkable set of entries, rec... > Item Details
Indian Territory Corn Dance Ceremony,
Lot # 367 - Indian Territory Corn Dance Ceremony,
anonymous 5 x 8" silver gelatin photograph on larger mount of a group of Native Americans on horseback and seated on the ground. Id'd on verso "An Indian Corn Dance-this group comprises members of several types of Indians-Pawnee's Comanches, Apaches, Chickasha’s, Arapahos, ect., ect-taken near Rya... > Item Details
American Flint Glass Stemware,
Lot # 534 - American Flint Glass Stemware,
lot of 11. All early 19th century American clear flint glass stemware in thumbprint pattern. Includes five 5.5" high; four 4.75" high & two 4.25" high. > Item Details
Civil War Photograph of 1st Indiana Artillery Band,
Lot # 211 - Civil War Photograph of 1st Indiana Artillery Band,
attributed to Andrew D. Lytle of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, circa 1862-63. Salted paper photograph, 5 x 3.5" (sight). This photograph was apparently used in Miller's "Photographic History of the Civil War" (see Volume VIII) where it is titled "A Western Band - Field Musicians of the First Indiana Heav... > Item Details
Chippendale Mirror,
Lot # 752 - Chippendale Mirror,
American, 18th century, with original glass, old but not original finish; 11" wide x 18.25" high. > Item Details
Confederate Sword (Kenansville Arsenal?)
Lot # 227 - Confederate Sword (Kenansville Arsenal?)
with matching heavy leather scabbard. Hilt of crudely cast brass, with three-branched knucklebow, flattend leather grip topped by a simple brass pommel cap. Blade slightly curved with a stopped 3/4 fuller. The polished leather scabbard with brass mounts, at least one of which appears to be a rewor... > Item Details
Johnson Martially Marked Flintlock Pistol,
Lot # 139 - Johnson Martially Marked Flintlock Pistol,
single shot 53 caliber pistol, marked on lock plate "U.S./R. Johnson/Middn Conn/1837". Reconverted from percussion, 8.5" barrel total length 14", walnut stock. > Item Details
Unusual Benjamin Harrison-Washington Bunting,
Lot # 87 - Unusual Benjamin Harrison-Washington Bunting,
polychrome printed cotton on cream ground with oval portraits of Washington with "1789" above and B. Harrison with "1889" above, surrounded with U.S. flags and eagles, 24" x 62". Includes 4 repeating panels, number 676 in Collins "Threads of History". > Item Details
Signed Wallace Nutting Comb-back Knuckle-Arm Windsor,
Lot # 708 - Signed Wallace Nutting Comb-back Knuckle-Arm Windsor,
branded on underside of seat "Wallace Nutting" in script and "415". Wonderful form with beautiful turnings, old, possibly original, finish and shaped saddle seat. Seat height 18", total height 54.5". > Item Details
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