Lot 5    

Superior Large Tintype of a Grocery Store,
2002 Americana & Decorative Arts. November 20.
with wide dirt street in front and family (owners) standing in front, 5" x 7".

Condition:  
Fine, clear image, some paint at margins, not effecting image, VG+.
Est $500 - $800
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Autograph of Maintenon, Wife of Louis XIV,
Lot # 458 - Autograph of Maintenon, Wife of Louis XIV,
ANS, 12mo, n.d., n.p., integral address sheet, with royal wax seal. Marquesa Francoise d'Aubigne, second wife of Louis XIV. A note written entirely in her hand addressed to a "Monsieur Mavelz (?)" informing him that he may call. Boldy signed "Maintenon." WITH an engraving of Maintenon and her child... > Item Details
Cabinet Card of a New Orleans African American Domestic,
Lot # 115 - Cabinet Card of a New Orleans African American Domestic,
with imprint of Brennan's Studio, High Street. An 1890s image of an elderly African American woman. From an archive related to the Zacharie family of New Orleans. > Item Details
Early French Automobile Hand-Colored Lithograph by Eliott,
Lot # 494 - Early French Automobile Hand-Colored Lithograph by Eliott,
showing 2 men in race car traveling through countryside at a high rate of speed with young couple and others looking on an wrecked race car at side of dirt road, signed in print "Harry Eliott, 03" (1903). Framed and matted; 12.5" x 37.5" Frame 18.5" x 43.5". > Item Details
Folk Art Figural Trade Stimulator Sign,
Lot # 585 - Folk Art Figural Trade Stimulator Sign,
carved and painted pine, of an African American man in top hat and tattered pants. His shirt sleeves are rolled up and he holds a high-topped shoe in outstretched left hand. Mounted on truncated pyramidal block stand with original iron bands at back for added strength. Paints are brown, black and w... > 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
Cast Iron Anti-Chinese Figural Padlock,
Lot # 378 - Cast Iron Anti-Chinese Figural Padlock,
with Patd. date Oct. 1872. The front depicts a stereotypical "Chinaman" with long que coming through a hole, mouth open (the keyhole for the lock). On back the image is of a dog biting the man's leg, with a disembodied hand in upper right dropping the man's hat. The early waves of Chinese immigratio... > Item Details
Southern Cherry Empire Server,
Lot # 704 - Southern Cherry Empire Server,
with mahogany veneered drawer fronts, door panels and back splash. Top has two 1/4 round drawers over an ogee drawer that overhang lower 2 gothic arch paneled doors with 1/2 rope turned column's and turned feet, 42.3" wide x 20.25" deep x 55.5" high. Secondary woods are pine and poplar. > Item Details
Stereoview of  Dakota Territory Flat Boats,
Lot # 343 - Stereoview of Dakota Territory Flat Boats,
by F. Jay Haynes from "Scenery of the Red River Valley", series showing a landing in Fargo on Red River where flatboats are being constructed and launched. With Haynes' paper label on verso. > Item Details
Burritt's 1835 Atlas of the Heavens,
Lot # 325 - Burritt's 1835 Atlas of the Heavens,
Burritt, Elijah H. "Atlas, Designed to Illustrate the Geography of the Heavens,..." New edition, 1835, New York: F.J. Huntington & Co. Large folio, printed paper wraps, 2 double page plates, 1 hand-colored, and 6 hand-colored single page plates. > Item Details
Hoover & Smith Campaign Cello Pamphlet,
Lot # 99 - Hoover & Smith Campaign Cello Pamphlet,
9.25 x 5.5" overall, folded into thirds to 3 x 5.5". The front of the 2 outer flaps has a "?" and "Our Next President / Hoover / Smith." One has green cellophane in an oval, the other red. When the pamphlet is opened, if one puts the red flap over the center, Hoover's face appears in the oval and on... > 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
West Virginia Confederate Broadside,
Lot # 275 - West Virginia Confederate Broadside,
12 x 8.75." "General Order. Head Quarters, Department of Western Virginia, Charleston, Va. Sept. 24, 1862. General Order No. The money issued by the Confederate Government is secure, and is receivable in payment of public dues, and convertible into 8 per cent. bonds. Citizens owe it to the country t... > Item Details
Rare Union Pacific Railroad Invitation,
Lot # 467 - Rare Union Pacific Railroad Invitation,
from "The Union Pacific Railway Company Eastern Division invites you to be present as per Letter of Mr. Samuel Hallett to celebrate the opening of the First Section of Forty Miles of their Road West from the Missouri River." Signed upper right corner "S.L. Clemens (Mark Twain)." Also in upper left c... > Item Details
Abraham Lincoln Springfield Autograph,
Lot # 425 - Abraham Lincoln Springfield Autograph,
24 Aug. 1860, probably during the campaign of that year. This is a short note on 1 panel of a folded letter sheet to one H.S. Johnson, Esq. "Dear Sir -- Herewith I send you my autograph which you request. / Yours truly / A. Lincoln." Only signature in Lincoln's hand. > Item Details
Eagle Hilt  Artillery Officer's Sabre,
Lot # 130 - Eagle Hilt Artillery Officer's Sabre,
circa 1805. A "five ball" example, similar to those made in England during this period. Hilt of gilded cast brass, with a "weeping" eagle pommel. Blade with unstoppered 3/4 fuller, blued and acid etched, with one side decorated with "Warranted" ribbon, American, shield-breasted eagle and "E Plurib... > Item Details
Superior Architectural Columns,
Lot # 703 - Superior Architectural Columns,
probably from fraternal lodge or lobby of a grand hotel, grained pine in imitation of mahogany with 15" diameter clear blown and cut, faceted glass globes that mount at top. Total height 90". > Item Details
Pair of Fine Flint Glass Candlesticks,
Lot # 619 - Pair of Fine Flint Glass Candlesticks,
clear paneled with petal form top and domed base, 10" high. > Item Details
Early Miniature Sheep Figure,
Lot # 505 - Early Miniature Sheep Figure,
late 19th century, probably German paper, wood and sheepskin figural sheep with leather face, ears and lower legs, hooves black painted wood, body paper board covered with sheep skin, glass eyes, 9" high x 10" long. > Item Details
Unusual Benjamin Harrison Campaign Ribbon,
Lot # 85 - Unusual Benjamin Harrison Campaign Ribbon,
printed in black on white silk, 9 x 3." Worn by Harrison supporters from the Indianapolis Commercial Travelers Republican Club, featuring a bearded gent pulling his "H & M" bag along a railroad line and "Orders Completed Nov. 6th 1888." Printed by Buford, Indianapolis." > Item Details
Archive of New Mexico Civil War Letters,
Lot # 266 - Archive of New Mexico Civil War Letters,
Amos F. Garrison Papers: Commissary in New Mexico 43 letters (35 war-date), 1861-1877. Lightly defended by federal forces in 1861, New Mexico appeared ripe for Confederate plucking, and late in the fall, an expedition was organized composed of a strong force of experienced Texas frontiersmen and ... > Item Details
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