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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Outstanding Group of Taos Photographs by Jackson,
Lot # 334 - Outstanding Group of Taos Photographs by Jackson,
Lot of 18, unmounted 13 x 10 albumen photographs by William Henry Jackson. Subjects include nine images in or around Taos, Pueblo, four of which are architectural overviews of the town, one a portrait of two potters, Maria and Benina; three others ethnographic studies of Pueblo residents, and one a... > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Steps,
Lot # 350 - Cabinet Card of Steps,
a Nez Perce Indian, who, according to the biography on verso, left his band to join Sitting Bull in 1878. Steps lost both feet above the ankles and his right hand as a result of being frostbitten in a severe snowstorm. This is No. 3 in a series by Bailey, Dix & Mead, Fort Randall, D.T. > Item Details
William Henry Jackson Mammoth Plate Photograph,
Lot # 337 - William Henry Jackson Mammoth Plate Photograph,
entitled "Toltec Gorge and Tunnel. (San Juan Mountains) Denver and Rio Grande Railway.". Marked in negative "W.H. Jackson Phot. Denver, Colo.". Image size is 17.2" x 21.4" mounted on larger card stock and mounted in original Victorian grain painted frame (28" x 34"). > Item Details
Slave Sale Receipt, 1792 North Carolina,
Lot # 105 - Slave Sale Receipt, 1792 North Carolina,
1 Sept. 1792. Receipt for sale of "...a certain Negro Woman & child named Betty & Dick & all her future increases..." to one John Castellow. Unusual in that the sale was for the price of 220 Spanish milled "dowlers" [sic] (dollars). 7.5 x 12.5", boldly written with somewhat non-standard spelling (c... > Item Details
Photograph of Indian Band, Taos, New Mexico,
Lot # 370 - Photograph of Indian Band, Taos, New Mexico,
anonymous silver gelatin print, circa 1900-1910, 12.5 x 9.5". Great image of a large band of Native Americans in feathered regalia, holding their brass instruments. Partial sign visible, right hand side "_ome of _CARSON, _ew Me_." Assume this to be Taos. > Item Details
Scarce Rawlins, Wyoming Rubber Band Pistol,
Lot # 402 - Scarce Rawlins, Wyoming Rubber Band Pistol,
in original lithographed box with instructions, targets & ammo. Another rubber band operated toy pistol made by the Bulls Eye Pistol MFG. Co., Rawlins, Wyoming. Nice graphics, 9" long. > Item Details
Photographs from a Cabinet and Coffin Maker,
Lot # 27 - Photographs from a Cabinet and Coffin Maker,
from Johnsville, N.Y., cabinet shop of Hayns & Smith. Interesting montage of 14 albumen photographs and one illustrated newspaper clipping. Central image (6.5" x 10") of the exterior of the shop with wares on display including the undertaker's horse-drawn hearse; other images are of different piec... > Item Details
1840'S Watercolor of a Young Lady,
Lot # 655 - 1840'S Watercolor of a Young Lady,
in her late teens, standing in striped dress, holding a rose in right hand & white lace bonnet in other, red bead necklace. > Item Details
Early American Baskets,
Lot # 652 - Early American Baskets,
lot of 3, all 19th century American. Includes a nice split hickory buttocks shape with nice old varnish finish; 14" wide x 10.5" high; PLUS a nice cane & split hickory round basket with notched handle; 7" d. x 8" high; AND a grass opal basket with ruffled & turned down lip, 8" long x 5" wide x 2" h... > Item Details
Scarce CDV Pose of General Alexander McCook,
Lot # 185 - Scarce CDV Pose of General Alexander McCook,
identified in pencil on recto and signed on the verso: “June 1865 Gen. McCook Dayton,” possibly in the General’s hand. Distinctive pose of the Major General in near profile, one of Ohio’s “fighting McCook’s. West Point and regular army, Alexander McCook led the 1st Ohio at Bull Run. Commissioned ... > Item Details
Illustrated New York Agricultural Broadside,
Lot # 292 - Illustrated New York Agricultural Broadside,
"Union of the Cultivator and Genesee Farmer," dated 1840, with border illustrated with numerous vignettes of implements and animals, 22" x 28". > Item Details
African American Caricatures in Vienna Cold Painted Bronzes,
Lot # 119 - African American Caricatures in Vienna Cold Painted Bronzes,
lot of 8 miniatures, all hand painted and comic. Includes child on back of monkey; tea party; child in top hat; man with seated elephant; man holding hippo by tail and more. Sizes from .25" high to 1.2" high. > Item Details
Photograph of Crow Indian Burial Scaffolds,
Lot # 358 - Photograph of Crow Indian Burial Scaffolds,
albumen print, 8 x 8" mounted on larger board. With typed paper label "695. Crows. Mode of Burial" and inked "695" in lower right of print. Printed by the Bureau of American Ethnology and sold to the Rookwood Pottery of Cincinnati, Ohio. Purchased from Rookwood when the company moved in the ear... > Item Details
American Miniature on Ivory,
Lot # 632 - American Miniature on Ivory,
unsigned portrait of a young woman wearing black dress with flowered scarf, mounted in memorial gilt metal oval frame with lock of hair in rear, engraved on rear "S.V.B. Boykin", 2.25" wide x 2.75" high. > Item Details
Civil War Tintype of the Governor of Minnesota and Officers ,
Lot # 157 - Civil War Tintype of the Governor of Minnesota and Officers ,
a half plate, in horizontal format featuring five photogenic gentlemen, originally thought to be medical officrs, but thanks to a tip from one of our subscribers, now partially identified. The Minnesota Historical Society Collections contains a nearly identical image (Neg. No. 83933, see: http://col... > Item Details
Jefferson Davis Transformation Cartoon,
Lot # 269 - Jefferson Davis Transformation Cartoon,
1864, Chicago: Golden & Sammons (Publ). Hand-colored lithograph with "War" on one end, "Peace" on the other. The end with "War" shows "Jeff. Rampant." and has the poem: "With lion heart and frantic mien, / The warrior seeks the battle scene, / To risk his precious blood and fight / For glory and his... > Item Details
Decorative Miniature on Ivory,
Lot # 636 - Decorative Miniature on Ivory,
of a lovely young woman in beautifully detailed Empire waisted dress with pink bow at bosom, ornate rectangular ivory frame holding oval portrait 2.75" x 3.5"; frame 6" x 7.2", rear with newspaper print in Latin and label "Baumann & Cie. Nurnberg". > Item Details
Scottish Mull,
Lot # 657 - Scottish Mull,
with unmarked gold Masonic compass & shield on lip, engraved on mount "M. Jarvie", 3.5" high. > Item Details
Scarce Indian Wars Dress Shoulder Boards, 8th Infantry,
Lot # 391 - Scarce Indian Wars Dress Shoulder Boards, 8th Infantry,
with braided gilt metal edging and oak leaves, flanking a silver woven wire "8" on dress white felt ground with shield breasted eagle buttons with "I" (infantry) in shield, 6.6" long. Marked on brass mounting bar "M.C. Lilley & Co./Columbus/Ohio.". > Item Details
Early French Automobile Hand-Colored Lithograph by Gamy
Lot # 493 - Early French Automobile Hand-Colored Lithograph by Gamy
showing 4 people racing through the desert, scarring camels in touring car. Dated 1914. Framed and matted; 15.5" x 32.5" Frame 21" x 37.5". > Item Details
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