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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Coin Silver Pigeon Shoot Award Cup,
Lot # 138 - Coin Silver Pigeon Shoot Award Cup,
marked on underside of bowl "E. Kinsey," an early Cincinnati, Ohio silversmith. The urn shaped bowl is mounted to a round pedestal, set on a square base with four lion paw feet with scrolled wing returns, 4 bands with grapes and vine motif, engraved "Awarded to P. Scheik Esq. for his superior shoot... > Item Details
Irwin Myers - Pastel and Gouache on Paper
Lot # 483 - Irwin Myers - Pastel and Gouache on Paper
depicting one of the first electric automobiles, the 1897 - "Electric", 17" x 22.5"; frame 26.5" x 34". > Item Details
Civil War Archive of 7th Michigan Cavalry Captain,
Lot # 168 - Civil War Archive of 7th Michigan Cavalry Captain,
includes two sixth plate tintypes of Richard Douglass, of Co. H. Forty-three year old Richard Douglass from Ross in Kalamazoo County was commissioned Captain of Company H. on January 24, 1863 posing for the earlier of these two tintypes just as the Wolverines stood at the cusp of fame and glory. Par... > Item Details
Diego Rivera Autographed Photographs
Lot # 468 - Diego Rivera Autographed Photographs
Lot of 21, including 3 autographed, one each by Diego Rivera and Frieda Kahlo, one by David Margolis. This lot includes black & white photographs of the 21 panels in Diego Rivera's (1886-1957) "Portrait of America" at the New Workers School in New York City. The photographs are 6.5" x 5.5-6.5" (prop... > Item Details
Copy of Early Woodblock Map,
Lot # 326 - Copy of Early Woodblock Map,
early 16th-century woodblock map (circa 1520) was reproduced a number of times, this one probably in the early 19th century. Polar region is labelled "Mare Glaciale Circulus Arcticus," South America is "Terrai Cognita," North America is greatly foreshortened, while Cuba and Japan are huge. East Asia... > 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
Civil War Naval Photograph,
Lot # 208 - Civil War Naval Photograph,
an anonymous 8 x 6" oval albumen image mounted on a larger board. A fine studio portrait of four men -- probably brothers -- one of whom is a Naval officer. Housed in a later Victorian frame, with pencilled notation "Grandfather Gray at Extreme Right." There were a number of Gray's who served as o... > Item Details
Fine  Ambrotype of a Civil War Captain and Friend,
Lot # 169 - Fine Ambrotype of a Civil War Captain and Friend,
a quarter plate ruby ambro that recorded the bond of friendship between two obviously debonair Victorian fellows. They must have thought of themselves as quite rakish, yet for all the confident demeanor their barely disguised youth betrays a lack of worldly experience. They both clench pipes, prop... > Item Details
Confederate Heavy Cavalry Sabre and Scabbard,
Lot # 226 - Confederate Heavy Cavalry Sabre and Scabbard,
not marked, but typical of swords identifed as Boyle and Gamble, this from an unknown maker. Hilt of crudely cast brass, with three branched knucklebow, flattened leather grip with single strand brass wire wrap. The blade with a stopped 3/4 lenght fuller. Total length of sword 40.5." With its ir... > Item Details
Civil War Archive of W. L. Savage, 10th Connecticut,
Lot # 265 - Civil War Archive of W. L. Savage, 10th Connecticut,
211 ALsS. September 1861-October 1864 From his days as a raw recruit from Greenwich, Conn., William L. Savage was a model soldier. Mustered in at Hartford as a Sergeant in Co. I, 10th Connecticut Infantry, in September 1861, Savage earned a promotion to Sgt. Major in February 1862, before receiv... > Item Details
Two Scarce Pocket Maps,
Lot # 328 - Two Scarce Pocket Maps,
including "Mitchell's Compendium of the Internal Improvements of the United States; Comprising General Notices of All the Most Important Canals and Rail-Roads,..." 1835, Philadelphia: Mitchell & Hinman. 16mo, full calf with gilt spine & front, hand-colored folding map, 84pp. [Howes M686] AND Tanner,... > Item Details
Large Ovoid Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug,
Lot # 697 - Large Ovoid Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug,
early 19th century, American. Approx. 3 gallon with great flaring lip and applied strap handle, wonderful early ovoid form and kiss mark from stacking a pitcher atop; 11" d. x 15.5" high. > Item Details
Cleveland-Thurman Jugate Campaign Ribbon,
Lot # 89 - Cleveland-Thurman Jugate Campaign Ribbon,
black, on pink silk, 9.25 x 2.75." 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
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
CDV of CSA Officer H.H. Zacharie,
Lot # 197 - CDV of CSA Officer H.H. Zacharie,
“S. Anderson, New Orleans” with Zacharie’s name twice in pencil on recto. Captain H.H. Zacharie commanded Company C. of the Confederate States Zouave Battalion (a.k.a. 1st Zouave Battalion of Louisiana) organized at Camp Walker, New Orleans in 1861. Like Wheat’s Battalion of “Tigers” the Confedera... > 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
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
Early French Automobile Hand-Colored Lithographs by Montaut
Lot # 479 - Early French Automobile Hand-Colored Lithographs by Montaut
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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
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