Lot 6    

Large Tintype of Row Houses and Street Urchins,
2002 Americana & Decorative Arts. November 20.
supposedly Pittsburgh, PA. showing row houses and two store fronts, a dry goods and grocery 5.5" x 4.25".

Condition:  
Strong image, slight bent corner, not affecting image, VG+.
Est $300 - $400
      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
Lyre Type Banjo Clock,
Lot # 804 - Lyre Type Banjo Clock,
unsigned, but probably by Abel Chandler, Concord, New Hampshire, circa 1825. This clock is single weight driven with brass works, original gilt finish with old gold paint touch up, painted face with Roman numerals. All glass is original, lower door is missing mirroring, nice carved wood scrolled l... > Item Details
Dovetailed Desk Top Cupboard in Old Grained Red Wash,
Lot # 739 - Dovetailed Desk Top Cupboard in Old Grained Red Wash,
pine & poplar, 2 door, designed to sit on top of a slat lid desk to provide more storage. With original, worn red wash with graining. Doors open to reveal central well flanked by 2 cubbyholes on each side, dovetailed sides; 35" long x 11.5" wide x 14" high. > Item Details
Early Langenheim Glass Stereoview,
Lot # 21 - Early Langenheim Glass Stereoview,
hand tinted, entitled "Franklin Statue Boston...." with worn original cloth seals, dated 1856, 3.35" x 6.8". > Item Details
George McClellan Campaign  Photo in Shell,
Lot # 58 - George McClellan Campaign Photo in Shell,
brass matted, 20 x 26mm, gem-sized cardboard, with portrait of McClellan in uniform. These ubiquitous 1864 politicals were made in large quantities but are becoming hard to find. A nice example. > Item Details
Civil War Archive of J.R. Dow, 31st OVI,
Lot # 262 - Civil War Archive of J.R. Dow, 31st OVI,
Co. H. 281 war date letters, (75 post-war), April 1861-1883. One the mainstay regiments in the western theatre, the 31st Ohio saw more than its share of action in Kentucky and Tennessee before joining Sherman through Georgia and the Carolinas. John R. Dow, a teenaged blacksmith from Chatham (or F... > Item Details
Quaker Travel Journal,
Lot # 312 - Quaker Travel Journal,
Williams, William. "Journal of the Life, Travels, and Gospel Labours, of William Williams, Dec. A Minister of the Society of Friends. Late of White-Water, Indiana." 1828, Cincinnati: Lodge, L'Hommediew, and Hammond (printers). Full calf, gilt spine, 272pp. Williams was born in North Carolina, spent ... > Item Details
Clinkscales Heraldic Seal in Silver & Amber,
Lot # 559 - Clinkscales Heraldic Seal in Silver & Amber,
late 18th or 1st quarter of the 19th century seal for the Clinkscale clan. This Scottish seal has 1" circular stamp with crest being a dexter (right) arm embowed (bending down at elbow) in mail or armor holding a sword by the blade, with motto below "Manu Forti" (with a strong hand). Greek key bor... > Item Details
Half Plate Tintype of Union Boys,
Lot # 156 - Half Plate Tintype of Union Boys,
showing a squad of twelve unidentified infantry complete with NCOs staged in front of what looks to be a stucco wall. The group is uniformed in a distinctive nine-button short uniform coat with low cut collar and pronounced rounded skirt in the style of the “chasseur” jacket. The jackets appear to... > Item Details
American Queen Anne Cherry Gateleg Table,
Lot # 601 - American Queen Anne Cherry Gateleg Table,
poplar secondary wood, probably New England, circa 1750. Nicely shaped cabriole legs with pad feet, cut-out ends, oval top. 48.75" wide x 19" closed and 51.5" open. > Item Details
Transitional William and Mary/Queen Anne Woven Seat Armchair,
Lot # 521 - Transitional William and Mary/Queen Anne Woven Seat Armchair,
walnut with vernacular slipper feet on oval block, bulbous front, turned stretcher, scrolled arms and three-tiered banister back with scalloped crest rail. Seat height 17.5", total height 43.5". > Item Details
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
Early American Baskets,
Lot # 651 - Early American Baskets,
lot of 2, both 19th century. Includes a barrel-shaped split hickory storage basket, 15" wide x 18" high with nice old patina; AND a buttocks-shaped hickory basket with fixed handle, weathered patina, 16" long x 15" wide x 14" high. > Item Details
Check Signed by Early Kentucky Frontiersman,
Lot # 449 - Check Signed by Early Kentucky Frontiersman,
James French, Mount Sterling, KY, 13 July 1821(?). Check 1.75 x 5.5", made out to himself for $198. French settled very early at Boonesborough. His son Richard, who was born in Boonesborough, served in the state HR, then as a Representative to Washington. > Item Details
Hannah Davis New Hampshire Hatbox,
Lot # 653 - Hannah Davis New Hampshire Hatbox,
with original stenciled wallpaper covering. Interior and base with newspaper liner from "The New Hampshire Phoenix." Printed label on interior of lid with "Warranted Nailed BAND BOXES, Manufactured by Hannah Davis East Jaffrey, N.H." Decoration is floral polychrome with bronze courting couple in ... > Item Details
William Henry Harrison ANS, 1795,
Lot # 426 - William Henry Harrison ANS, 1795,
a receipt for provision return for one man in captivity for 2 days. Second paragraph "Per issue on the above return two complete rations Greeneville August 25th 1795. Wm. H. Harrison, aid [sic] de camp." Appears to be signed a second time below, but signature smeared. Note is framed under glass, wit... > Item Details
Civil War Archive of Capt. Alfred Wakeley, 98th NY,
Lot # 167 - Civil War Archive of Capt. Alfred Wakeley, 98th NY,
including photographs, his sword knot, canvas bag for his sword, and his vellum commission signed by Governor E.O. Morgan. Wakeley enlisted as a Captain in 1861 and was mustered into Co. I of the 98th. During its service, the 98th saw major action at Fair Oaks (71 casualties) and Swift Creek, Proc... > 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
James Madison Signed Land Grant,
Lot # 419 - James Madison Signed Land Grant,
partially printed, folio on vellum, May 27, 1815, granting land to Edward Drury of Wayne County, Ohio. Boldly signed by Madison, with attached wafer seal. > Item Details
Signs of Jim Crow,
Lot # 117 - Signs of Jim Crow,
early 20th century wall mounted wood sign in original stenciled paint that reads "COLORED ENTRANCE". 42" x 15", black lettered on white ground with green trim, painted on three pine boards. From Florida. > 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
ITEMS 1-20 of 20
SKIP TO PAGE: