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Fine Tintype of a Man with Two Oxen,
2002 Americana & Decorative Arts. November 20.
4 x 2.5" in original walnut "cross t" frame. An anonymous horizontal image, he drapes his arm on the back of one of the oxen, and holds a switch in his other hand.

Condition:  
Near EXC, though not examined out of frame.
Est $300 - $400
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1797 American Almanac
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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
Maple Sugaring Hooked Rug,
Lot # 806 - Maple Sugaring Hooked Rug,
with vivid colors showing maple sugaring with sugar shack, men tapping trees, horse drawn shed with barrel of syrup and more; rectangular, 18" x 35". > Item Details
Sterling Child's Mug Dated 1881,
Lot # 681 - Sterling Child's Mug Dated 1881,
marked Whiting M.F.G. Co. (Providence, R.I.) Sterling, gilt washed interior reeded "C" shaped handle, with lovely engraved boy and girl seated on flowering tree branch, with "Morley 1881" on front, 3" diameter x 3.5" high. > Item Details
Civil War Diaries, 1st Mass. Battery,
Lot # 260 - Civil War Diaries, 1st Mass. Battery,
J. R. Gardner Small, January 1863-August 1864. Gardner Small lived up to a name reeking of New England, serving during the Civil War in the 1st Massachusetts (Light) Artillery. A typical light artillery unit, the 1st Massachusetts was regularly engaged throughout its service with the main body of ... > Item Details
Scarce Manuscript Indian Captivity Account,
Lot # 451 - Scarce Manuscript Indian Captivity Account,
"Narrative of Abel Janney" (4x6.5"), 29p., and "Adventures of Abel Janney" (8.25x13"), 10p., n.d. [describing events of 1782-1783] From the French and Indian War through the War of 1812, the Ohio Valley was immersed in almost continual warfare, between British, French, and Americans, between India... > Item Details
Large Early American Tole Decorated Tray,
Lot # 725 - Large Early American Tole Decorated Tray,
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CDV of Union General M.L. Smith, Autographed,
Lot # 188 - CDV of Union General M.L. Smith, Autographed,
with imprint of “Joslyn & Smith, Vicksburg.” With period pencil notation, “This was taken just before your papa was married.” The General’s signature and rank are scrawled on recto. Morgan Smith became Colonel of the 8th Missouri Infantry before taking over a brigade during the reduction of Ft. Do... > Item Details
CDV of Union General E.L. Viele, Autographed,
Lot # 189 - CDV of Union General E.L. Viele, Autographed,
with imprint of “J. Gurney & Son, N.Y.” Ink signed on verso, “Egbert L. Viele taken Is(land) Daufuskie Savannah River 1861.” Viele was an 1847 graduate of West Point who saw service in Mexico and on the frontier before resigning and becoming an accomplished civil engineer and technical writer duri... > Item Details
Diego Rivera Autographed Postcard,
Lot # 469 - Diego Rivera Autographed Postcard,
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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
Figural Rabbit Doorstop,
Lot # 639 - Figural Rabbit Doorstop,
in overalls, and checked lace necked shirt, eating a carrot, original polychrome paint, probably a figure from Beatrix Potter's tales, 9.25" high x 4.5" wide. > Item Details
Quarter Plate Tintype of Union Cavalryman,
Lot # 161 - Quarter Plate Tintype of Union Cavalryman,
instantly recognizable as the armed cavalryman mounted on a gray roan published in "Echoes Of Glory: Arms And Equipment of the Union." This image is the classic outdoor view of a double-armed horseman pointing his 1862 Police revolver at an imaginary butternut target. The photograph was staged in ... > Item Details
Fine London Side-by-Side Shotgun,
Lot # 400 - Fine London Side-by-Side Shotgun,
12 gauge, marked on central rib "London Stub Twist". Beautifully engraved double hammer lock plates, frame and trigger guard, 30" Damascus steel barrels, total length 46" with walnut checked stock and fore-end. > 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
Early French Automobile Chromolithograph by Montaut,
Lot # 485 - Early French Automobile Chromolithograph by Montaut,
showing a military automobile with mounted machine gun racing along a wooded road in autumn or winter with a Zepplin in sky above, 16.5" x 34"; frame 22" x 38.5". > Item Details
Civil War Cavalry Lieutenant's Shoulder Boards,
Lot # 249 - Civil War Cavalry Lieutenant's Shoulder Boards,
wire bullion sewn with red velvet ground, with typical enameled paper backing. > Item Details
Id'd Civil War Sword from the 160th OVI,
Lot # 220 - Id'd Civil War Sword from the 160th OVI,
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Early Tin Five Arm Candle Wall Sconces,
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American early 19th century. Tin and wrought steel wire, old, possibly original, black painted finish; 25" wide & projecting 12" from wall. > Item Details
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