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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Original Civil War Pen and Ink Illustration,
Lot # 274 - Original Civil War Pen and Ink Illustration,
by John Douglas Woodward (1846-1924). Two drawings on a single 15.5 x 13.5 sheet, apparently done for Century Magazine. One a view of the "Shebang", the officers quarters of the U.S. Sanitary Commission, with tents, horses, and officers posed outside; the other a view of the General Post Office of ... > Item Details
Patriotic Jacquard Coverlet,
Lot # 609 - Patriotic Jacquard Coverlet,
two piece red and white, double border with U.S. shield breasted eagle and text "Under This We Prosper", with corner blocks having a mounted officers with raised sword and inscription "Washington" and "United We Stand Divided We Fall". Figure on horseback in 1840's U.S. uniform and more likely mean... > Item Details
Collection of Deadwood Dick  Library Pulp Magazines,
Lot # 383 - Collection of Deadwood Dick Library Pulp Magazines,
lot of 36 individual issues from Vols. II, III and IV, 1899. All with scintillating titles and great multi-colored cover graphics. Examples include "Gilt-Edged Dick, The Sport-Detective", "Bonanza The Man Tracker," "Colorado Charlie's Detective Dash," Deadwood Dick's Dream" and more. > Item Details
Canvas Back Duck Decoy,
Lot # 823 - Canvas Back Duck Decoy,
a nice working decoy with old repaint to head and original body paint, glass eyes, soft wood, probably bass, 17.5" long x 7.5" wide x 9" high. > Item Details
American 18th Century Chippendale Scroll Mirror,
Lot # 538 - American 18th Century Chippendale Scroll Mirror,
with original mirror glass and nice delicate cut scrolled ears and crest's, circa 1780-90; 9.75" wide x 16.5" high. > Item Details
Currier & Ives Lincoln Political Cartoon,
Lot # 68 - Currier & Ives Lincoln Political Cartoon,
medium folio, from the 1860 Presidential campaign, entitled "The Great Exhibition of 1860." This print shows Lincoln riding a rail ("Republican Platform"), with a padlock on his mouth, 3 editors (including Horace Greeley) of various Northern newspapers at each side and Wm. Sumner in background in s... > Item Details
Receipt for the Capture of a Slave,
Lot # 110 - Receipt for the Capture of a Slave,
1851-52. This is a receipt from a W.B. Hanshaw (?) to T.J. and I.M. Haddox, hired Nov. 25th 1851 to catch a runaway Negro with dogs. Then 2 dates for receipt of the payment March 23, 1852 and April 26, 1852. 5.25 x 7.5". Place not noted. > Item Details
William McKinley TLS and Jugate Campaign Pin,
Lot # 434 - William McKinley TLS and Jugate Campaign Pin,
framed. A 1p. letter on McKinley's letterhead, approx. 5.5 x 8", Canton, OH, July 29, 1896. Letter has flag pin through top, appears to be taped to back. AND jugate McKinley/Roosevelt button, 0.75" diameter. [Hake #3181] > Item Details
Presidential Appointments for Lifelong Naval Officers,
Lot # 438 - Presidential Appointments for Lifelong Naval Officers,
lot of 10. These appointments relate to 2 Navy "Lifers," Yates Stirling, Senior and Junior. Most are for the senior Stirling, including appointments for Ensign, both on paper, dated May 1863 and signed by Gideon Welles, one is a 9.75 x 16" folded ALS, the other is partially printed, 19 x 15.25" fold... > Item Details
James Madison Signed Land Grant,
Lot # 420 - James Madison Signed Land Grant,
partially printed,folio on vellum, October 14, 1815. Granting land to Benjamin Boardman of Jeffersonville (Ohio). Boldly signed by Madison, with attached wafer seal. > Item Details
Muybridge Calfiornia Stereoviews,
Lot # 339 - Muybridge Calfiornia Stereoviews,
lot of 4. All from "Central, Union & Southern Pacific Railroads" series, titles include "Temple Peak, Monastery Valley"; "Gardens on Alcatraz Island"; "View up the Canyon, from the witches' Cauldron"; "Lake Donner, from Western Summit Sierra Nevada Mountains looking North". > Item Details
Early Cast Iron Cap Guns,
Lot # 404 - Early Cast Iron Cap Guns,
lot of 4, all pistols. Includes a tiny example marked "Pat. Dec. 17, 78" (1878, 2.75" long with fold down trigger; PLUS a western type with fold down trigger, marked "Buck" with 5 pointed star on grip, nickel finish, 3.4" long; PLUS an unmarked example with floral embossed receiver & grip, traces of... > 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
Sioux Indian Photos from the Cincinnati Zoo,
Lot # 372 - Sioux Indian Photos from the Cincinnati Zoo,
lot of 5. Anonymous silver gelatin photographs, 4.5 x 6.75" and smaller, mounted on larger boards. Some perhaps from negatives by Enno Myer. Taken during an 1896 encampment of Lakota at the Cincinnati, Ohio zoo, all but one identified in ink on verso, with addtional handstamp of the Rookwood Potte... > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Hunter and His Dog,
Lot # 26 - Cabinet Card of Hunter and His Dog,
with imprint of G.C. Acker, Bedord, Iowa. The hunter armed to the teeth with a double barreled shotgun, a tip-up pistol, a bowie knife, and a .32 cal revolver, his dog sports a comically large collar. > Item Details
Cabinet Photograph of Cheyenne Chief,
Lot # 348 - Cabinet Photograph of Cheyenne Chief,
Bob Tail. Imprint of E.B. Snell, Wellington, Kansas. A fine image of this seated Southern Cheyenne. > Item Details
Chippendale Mirror,
Lot # 751 - Chippendale Mirror,
18th century American, with original glass, lacks finish, but nice color; 12" wide x 17.5" high. > Item Details
Early Niddy Noddies,
Lot # 768 - Early Niddy Noddies,
lot of 3, early 19th century American, turned and carved hardwood niddy noddies, each 18" long with arms between 11 & 14", mortised and pinned construction. > Item Details
Early Milwaukee Stereoviews
Lot # 24 - Early Milwaukee Stereoviews
Lot of 6, cabinet-sized views, with hand stamp on rear "Sherman Photographer, 385 Broadway, Milwaukee". Great arched top views, includes 3 views of harbor & rail yard, 2 of public buildings, and 1 neighborhood scene with lake with jetty in background. Milwaukee views seldom encountered, those by S... > Item Details
Autographed Cdv of Confederate General G.W.C. Lee,
Lot # 195 - Autographed Cdv of Confederate General G.W.C. Lee,
from a wartime view when the eldest of General Lee’s sons was a Colonel serving on the staff of Jefferson Davis. Ink-signed in Lee’s bold hand on verso, G.W.C. Lee W.S. Springs 30 Sept, 1878.” Though he never held field command Custis Lee was promoted to Major General on October 20, 1864. At the en... > Item Details
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