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
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Andrew Jackson Signed  Patent,
Lot # 422 - Andrew Jackson Signed Patent,
partially printed Ds, dated 17 Sept. 1833. The document is for a new "matress [sic] or seaman's bed," which according to the inventor's statement has an India Rubber waterproof cover, shredded cork fill, and compartments to keep the fill from shifting. The added advantages to this sleep system are t... > Item Details
Photograph of Lone Wolf By Alexander Gardner,
Lot # 349 - Photograph of Lone Wolf By Alexander Gardner,
albumen print, 5 x 7.5" mounted on larger board, titled in negative "Kiowa" and identified with typed strip paper label "408. Kiowa. Lone Wolf." Negative probably taken by Alexander Gardner as part of a treaty delegation in Washington in 1872. Likely printed later by the Bureau of American Ethnology... > Item Details
Chinese Export Porcelain Punch Bowl,
Lot # 563 - Chinese Export Porcelain Punch Bowl,
Chinese Export, later 18th century. A punch bowl with hand-painted scenes of  an American Indian chief and his entourage. The scene is  reminiscent, and possibly taken from of John White's drawings of Tidewater Virginia Indians illustated in DeBry's "A Briefe and True Report o... > 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
Ernest Rawsteighn Native American Photographs,
Lot # 371 - Ernest Rawsteighn Native American Photographs,
lot of 4, all signed and dated 1921 in lower right. Each a different scene with Native Americans. Judging by their costumes, probably Ojibwa. Handtinted, 13.25" x 10.25", mounted on mat and framed. > Item Details
Chippendale Mirror,
Lot # 584 - Chippendale Mirror,
18th century, mahogany, probably New England, with gesso & gilt paint spread winged eagle on branch, original mirror glass, old, possibly original, finish, unusually simple scrolled ears, circa 1780-90; 15.25" wide x 27.5" high. > Item Details
Henry Clay Campaign Flag,
Lot # 47 - Henry Clay Campaign Flag,
of printed cotton from the 1844 election, with canton having black & white waist length portrait of Clay on blue field, surrounded by laurel wreath and ring of 22 five pointed stars with 4 other stars at corners for total of 26 stars. The 2nd, 3rd & 4th white stripes with "Clay/And/Frelinghuysen." ... > Item Details
Bronze Bust of Robert E. Lee by Moses Ezekiel,
Lot # 270 - Bronze Bust of Robert E. Lee by Moses Ezekiel,
approx. 7" high on dark marble base. Back is marked "Ezekiel -- Roma." This small bust of Lee depicts the General in a campaign hat looking to his left. The expression on his face is one of determination. Moses Jacob Ezekiel was born on Oct. 28, 1844 of Spanish-Jewish parents in Richmond, VA. He was... > Item Details
Beardless Abe Lincoln Photo,
Lot # 70 - Beardless Abe Lincoln Photo,
early 20th century carbon photograph. Rare image, known as "The Giant Killer", taken by T.P. Pearson, at Macomb, Ill. five days after the debate at Ottawa, (O-8), Aug. 26, 1858, 7" x 9.25" in period frame, 12" x 16.75". > Item Details
Scarce 1870s CDV of KKK Members,
Lot # 116 - Scarce 1870s CDV of KKK Members,
printed as a negative image; anonymous photographer. The letters "KKK" prominent in the background, both hooded and roped, the gent on right with a rifle. A seldom seen image. > Item Details
Table Top Yarn Winder,
Lot # 775 - Table Top Yarn Winder,
19th century American, with table edge clamp mount in maple, with maple cup finial for fabric pin cushion, nice old patina; opens to 29" d. x 26" high. > Item Details
Walnut Shaker-Style Ohio High Chest,
Lot # 555 - Walnut Shaker-Style Ohio High Chest,
secondary wood poplar, quite possibly from one of the southern Ohio Shaker communities, such as Whitewater or Union Village. This chest has 3 over 5 graduated drawers with scribed cock-beaded edges, nicely turned walnut knobs. Cove molding at top, cut-out bracket base with thumb-molded top edge. Pi... > 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
John Wilkes Booth Theater Broadside,
Lot # 72 - John Wilkes Booth Theater Broadside,
Boston Museum, Jan. 19, 1863. "In Rehearsal -- The Celebrated Opera Bouffe, The Doctor of Alcantara! John Wilkes Booth Will appear on Monday Evening, Jan. 19th." Booth was a well-known actor in his day, and son of an actor, but a Southern sympathizer. He is best-known today, of course, as President ... > Item Details
Ohio Amish or Mennonite Quilt,
Lot # 809 - Ohio Amish or Mennonite Quilt,
in "Jacobs Ladder" pattern with black field and maroon and blue ladders, hand quilted in black with light green backing, 68" x 82". > Item Details
Rare Percussion Cap Dispenser,
Lot # 147 - Rare Percussion Cap Dispenser,
with ring pivot, stamped on back in oval "A. Boche Paris", 3.5" long x 1.2" wide x .25" thick, nice old patina. > Item Details
Blue & White Homespun Blanket Dated 1845,
Lot # 808 - Blue & White Homespun Blanket Dated 1845,
American mid 19th century all wool in five line crossing pattern, embroidered with initials & date "R. 1845 A.". Woven in two pieces & sewn together; 68" x 80". > Item Details
U.S. Navy Civil War Class of 1863,
Lot # 212 - U.S. Navy Civil War Class of 1863,
albumen photograph, 8.75 x 6.25" mounted on larger cream board, possibly by Joshua Appleby Williams, Newport, Rhode Island. An exceptional image showing the class of '63 standing before the "Old Stone Mill" in Newport, many holding octancts, gimbaled compasses, sextants and other instruments. Manu... > 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
Unused Lincoln and Other Patriotic Covers,
Lot # 66 - Unused Lincoln and Other Patriotic Covers,
lot of 11. Includes four with images of a beardless Lincoln, two with beard, two with Lincoln and Winfield Scott, one with Lincoln, McClellan and Scott; one showing Lincoln's boot kicking J. Davis in the pants; one with motto "Old Uncle Abe Will Crush Secession Forever." A choice lot. > Item Details
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