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
      Ask a Question

All Images

don't miss

an opportunity to bid. You can't win if you're not in.

sign up to bid

what's it worth?

ask the experts

sell your item

start selling
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
Lacy Glass & Brass Curtain Tiebacks,
Lot # 535 - Lacy Glass & Brass Curtain Tiebacks,
lot of 37, all American, 1st half of the 19th century. Includes a matched set of 15 opalescent floral lacy tie-backs with pewter posts, 12 are 3" d., 2 are 2.25" d.; PLUS 4 other lacy opalescent tie-backs, also floral patterns; PLUS a matched set of six stamped brass tie-back, scrollwork design; 3.... > Item Details
Early 19th Century English Bone China,
Lot # 760 - Early 19th Century English Bone China,
lot of 5, all early 19th century. Includes a handled cup & saucer with polychrome painted floral; PLUS 3 different creamers, all with polychrome & pink luster painted floral, 2 are 5" high, 3rd is 3.5"; AND a pink luster decorated 8" plate with floral. All unmarked as is typical. > Item Details
Red & White Jacquard Coverlets,
Lot # 608 - Red & White Jacquard Coverlets,
lot of 2, both 19th century American. Includes a wool & linen centennial example with 16 pointed star center, U.S. shield breasted eagle & fruit baskets in corners; 77" x 85" with 1" red fringe; AND an all linen central floral medallion in rococo style with fretwork border; 83" x 86". > Item Details
Rare First Edition of 1875 Hawaiian Guide.
Lot # 309 - Rare First Edition of 1875 Hawaiian Guide.
WHITNEY, Henry M. "The Hawaiian Guide Book for Travelers; Containing a Brief Description of the Hawaiian Islands, Their Harbors, Agricultural Resources, Plantations, Scenery, Volcanoes, Climate, Population and Commerce." Honolulu: Henry M. Whitney, 1875. First edition. Small octavo. [12, ads], 144 p... > Item Details
The First City Directory West of the Alleghenies,
Lot # 316 - The First City Directory West of the Alleghenies,
"The Cincinnati Directory, Containing the Names, Profession and Occupation of the Inhabitants of the Town,...By a Citizen." 1819, Cincinnati: Oliver Farnsworth. 12mo, full calf, 156pp. Important Ohio resource with histories of the region as well as Cincinnati proper, such as events in the French and... > Item Details
Washington Pocket Mirror,
Lot # 43 - Washington Pocket Mirror,
19th century stamped zinc pocket mirror with bust portrait of Geo. Washington, laurel leaf surround. Opens to reveal original 2.5" d. mirror with brass kick stand and hanging ring. Marked on rear "Brevite 1844". Ex. Clark Garrett Collection. > Item Details
Cast Iron Figural Bookends,
Lot # 644 - Cast Iron Figural Bookends,
lot of 4. Includes a 5 x 4" pair of full figure Amish girl in black dress and bonnet cast in white metal and mounted on tombstone shaped iron ends in original ploychrome paint; PLUS a comic little girl swinging on garden gate in original polychrome paint, 5.25 3.8", marked on rear in casting "G.G.D... > Item Details
Papin Family Photograph Archive, St. Genevieve, Missouri,
Lot # 37 - Papin Family Photograph Archive, St. Genevieve, Missouri,
group of 26 items, comprising hundreds of images, 19th to early 20th centuries. Includes 3 CDV & Cabinet card albums, all nearly full including one with pierced carved wood front cover with floral motif; PLUS 12 cased images, in both cloth & thermal plastic cases, Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, Albume... > Item Details
Whitney Mississippi  With Confederate Sling,
Lot # 237 - Whitney Mississippi With Confederate Sling,
lock marked "E. Whitney" over "U.S." and behind hammer "New Haven 1845" stock with inspector's cartouche on side opposite lock, 60 cal. Rifle equipped with a sewn canvas and leather adjustable sling. > Item Details
Percussion Continental Pirate Pistol,
Lot # 133 - Percussion Continental Pirate Pistol,
with brass mounts, unmarked lock and barrel, nicely patinated walnut stock, approximately 58 caliber, barrel length 8", total length 13.5". > Item Details
Autographed CDV of a  Confederate Officer,
Lot # 198 - Autographed CDV of a Confederate Officer,
ink-signed “Lieut. Southall” on recto with a “J.A. Scholten, St. Louis” imprint. Further identification nearly impossible, as there are 42 soldiers named “Southall” found in Confederate rosters. Among the officers just two survive scrutiny and neither of these “Southall’s” can be directly placed in... > Item Details
Cincinnati Berkshire Bitters Pig Flask,
Lot # 672 - Cincinnati Berkshire Bitters Pig Flask,
amber glass with "Berkshire Bitters" on left side & "Amann & Co. Cincinnati" on right, this is the fat pig, 10" long & mold blown. > Item Details
Rare Cincinnati Tall Case Clock,
Lot # 572 - Rare Cincinnati Tall Case Clock,
signed on scenic painted dial "Gilmore Cincinnati". Empire style mahogany case with poplar secondary wood, goose-neck bonnet with rosettes and turned central finial, arched paneled door with original imported British bell-strike brass movement. Waist with spool turned 1/4 column's and base with ni... > Item Details
Chalkware Figural Spill Holder,
Lot # 626 - Chalkware Figural Spill Holder,
mid-19th century, with two spaniels, flanking a cornucopia holder. Original dark varnished finish, solid casting, 6" high x 4.2" long x 3.25" wide. > Item Details
Early American Food Choppers,
Lot # 814 - Early American Food Choppers,
lot of 4, all American 19th century with curved steel blades and wood handles, from 5.75" to 8.5" wide, all with nice old patina. > Item Details
William Henry Jackson Mammoth Plate Photograph,
Lot # 337 - William Henry Jackson Mammoth Plate Photograph,
entitled "Toltec Gorge and Tunnel. (San Juan Mountains) Denver and Rio Grande Railway.". Marked in negative "W.H. Jackson Phot. Denver, Colo.". Image size is 17.2" x 21.4" mounted on larger card stock and mounted in original Victorian grain painted frame (28" x 34"). > Item Details
Great CDV of Illinois Squirrel Hunters,
Lot # 17 - Great CDV of Illinois Squirrel Hunters,
with backmark of "Hannaman, Shelbyville, ILL." Both display grey squirrels, one holds a percussion rifle with his hunting bag and horn visible; one holds a percussion side-by-side. Identified on verso in period ink as "M. Hagen and Wm. Behymer." A fine, midwestern image. > Item Details
Missouri CDV Album With Confederate General,
Lot # 199 - Missouri CDV Album With Confederate General,
among forty-seven unnamed civilian views is this striking rotund Colonel (three gold stars on collar, no wreath) with a “J.A. Scholten, St. Louis” back mark. This rare, perhaps unpublished, CDV is identified as Colonel Arthur Exum Reynolds, 26th Mississippi Infantry. A bust view that exactly match... > Item Details
Signed and Dated Early Appliqué Quilt,
Lot # 606 - Signed and Dated Early Appliqué Quilt,
from the Papin family of St. Genevieve, Missouri, signed "J.R. Papin 75 (1875)" on the taping, all over appliqué repeating diamond pattern in red calico print, 72" x 86". > Item Details
ITEMS 1-20 of 20
SKIP TO PAGE: