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Post-Mortem Sixth Plate Daguerreotype,
2002 Americana & Decorative Arts. November 20.
wonderful image of child lying in open hooded wicker cradle, pencil inscription in rear, original seals in embossed leather case.

Condition:  
Slight solar ring, else EXC.
Est $300 - $500
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Blue Transfer-Printed Pearlware,
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lot of 8 English medium blue transfer print Staffordshire. Includes a Queens pattern (scalloped edge) 8" plate with nice rural English view of Village with river, arched stone bridge and punt; PLUS an English view 10" plate with rural landscape of castle, waterfalls with cattle and tourists in fore... > Item Details
Tintype of a Well-Dressed African-American Gentleman,
Lot # 114 - Tintype of a Well-Dressed African-American Gentleman,
holding a walking stick, 6th plate mounted in embossed paper covered case. > Item Details
Irwin Myers - Pastel and Gouache on Paper,
Lot # 488 - Irwin Myers - Pastel and Gouache on Paper,
depicting an open 1901 - "Curved Dash Olds" with a couple traveling down a city street, 17.5" x 25.5"; frame 24.5" x 32". > Item Details
Ohio Bucket Bench,
Lot # 795 - Ohio Bucket Bench,
pine, mortised construction, including rear-mounted braces, shaped and cut-out ends with front skirt; 72" long, 18" high, 13.5" deep. > Item Details
Scarce Indian Guide to Health, Published in Indiana,
Lot # 306 - Scarce Indian Guide to Health, Published in Indiana,
Selman, S. H. (Dr.) "The Indian Guide to Health, or a Valuable Vegetable Medical Prescription for the Cure of All Disorders Incident to this Climate." 1836, Columbus, IN, 200pp. 12mo, calf with gilt spine. > Item Details
Scottish Mull,
Lot # 657 - Scottish Mull,
with unmarked gold Masonic compass & shield on lip, engraved on mount "M. Jarvie", 3.5" high. > Item Details
Fine Henry Clay Campaign Ribbon,
Lot # 49 - Fine Henry Clay Campaign Ribbon,
black on cream silk, from the 1844 campaign. "Clay and Tariff, The Democratic Whig National Convention, May 2, 1844." Published by Keller of Baltimore. > Item Details
Green River Chromolithographed Whiskey Sign,
Lot # 799 - Green River Chromolithographed Whiskey Sign,
on poster board, mounted in old, not period, frame, 14.2" x 18". Classic chromolithograph of an African American man leading mule with jug of Green River whiskey strapped to saddle. > Item Details
Rare Hawaiian Stereoviews By Chase,
Lot # 22 - Rare Hawaiian Stereoviews By Chase,
lot of 5, three with his 64 and 66 Fort St. Honolulu backmark. Includes three scenes in and around Kilauea volcano, a view of the "Punch Bowl" volcano, and a coconut grove "Wikiki Oahu Residence of King Kamahameha [sic] V." PLUS another maker's view of a carved wooden Hawaiian idol on exhibit at th... > Item Details
Civil War Era Tin Cups,
Lot # 721 - Civil War Era Tin Cups,
lot of 9, of the type commonly used by enlisted personnel in both the Union & Confederate armies and one tin cup type candle lantern/chamber stick. Three matching with tin ring handle, 3.7" high; 2 others with handle, 3.25" & 5.7" high (chamber stick), 3 matching tumbler type, 2.5" high & one tumb... > Item Details
Id'd New Hampshire Made Silver Hilt Sword by Samuel Drowne,
Lot # 125 - Id'd New Hampshire Made Silver Hilt Sword by Samuel Drowne,
(1749-1815). A fine circa 1780 hunting sword with roped ivory grip topped by a finely executed silver (likely coin) eagle's head grasping an iron link chain looped to a silver guard decorated with simple stamped flourishes. Blade with double 3/4 length fullers, and decorated on both sides near the ... > Item Details
Large Folk Art Landscape Oil Painting,
Lot # 826 - Large Folk Art Landscape Oil Painting,
oil on canvas. Wonderfully naive painting of mountain landscape with river and log cabin; framed; canvas 22.5" x 28.5"; frame 30.75" x 36.5". > Item Details
18th Century English Traveling Brass Scales,
Lot # 800 - 18th Century English Traveling Brass Scales,
in original leather case, boxed set that expands when opened with original printed paper label on interior marked "H. Reel, Perfect, Lancashire.", closed 5.3" long x .75" wide, engraved on base "W.R. 1787". > Item Details
Mammoth Photograph of the Founders of Knights of Pythias,
Lot # 28 - Mammoth Photograph of the Founders of Knights of Pythias,
with imprint of the Rice Brothers, Washington, D.C. on 22 x 17" printed mount with two albumen images,one 5 x 3.5" of Justus H. Rathbone, the founder of the order and a larger,13 x 10.5" oval image, of the four original members. With Rice's 1876 copyright line. Printing on mount in gilt. A rare i... > Item Details
Figural Cast Iron Doorstop,
Lot # 637 - Figural Cast Iron Doorstop,
with original polychrome paint in form of a fluted, footed fruit basket with oranges, grapes, plum leaves and flowers, 7 x 7." 95% original paint, marked on rear "456." > Item Details
Scarce Oregon American Indian Newspaper,
Lot # 382 - Scarce Oregon American Indian Newspaper,
THE INDIAN CITIZEN, Vol. I, No. I, Indian Industrail [sic] School, Forest Grove, Oregon. February 1884. Four pp, printed on a single 10 x 10" sheet, with a central fold. The Indian boarding school at Forest Grove (later Chemawa), Oregon, like its counterpart at Carlisle, Pennsylvania, was an ill-c... > Item Details
Jointed Teddy Bear,
Lot # 502 - Jointed Teddy Bear,
early 20th century, with glass eyes, 11" high, ocher colored plush coat. > Item Details
Nebraska Reward Handbill,
Lot # 381 - Nebraska Reward Handbill,
Brownsville, Nebraska, Aug. 28, 1869. Reward of $1000 for capture of one J.K. Bear for robbing the U.S. Express Co. at Brownsville of $12,000. Gives detailed description of this outlaw, 8.2" x 4.75". > Item Details
American Wrought Iron Hearth Tools,
Lot # 784 - American Wrought Iron Hearth Tools,
lot of 3. Early 19th century American. Includes a nice round bowl tasting ladle, 13" long with 2.3" d. bowl; PLUS a 16.5" long ladle with 4.5" d. bowl; AND a roasting fork, 18" long. > Item Details
Rinehart Platinum Print of Native American,
Lot # 360 - Rinehart Platinum Print of Native American,
7.25 x 9.25" titled in negative, "White Swan, Crow, No. 815, Copyright 1898, F.A. Rinehart, Omaha." "The Rookwood Pottery Co." with "April 1899" hand-written below. > Item Details
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