Lot 10    

Tintype of a Hunter and His Dog,
2002 Americana & Decorative Arts. November 20.
in an unusal cast iron frame. Cdv-sized post-Civil War image of a young boy holding a Springfield rifle, his hunting bag slung over his shoulder and his pup curled at his feet.

Condition:  
Plate with noticeable bend, frame with old, crackled black paint finish.
Est $300 - $400
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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
Gathering Basket in Old Blue Paint,
Lot # 654 - Gathering Basket in Old Blue Paint,
American, early 20th century. Rectangular split hickory gathering basket with bent fixed hickory handle in old oil based blue paint; 20" long x 11.5" wide x 10.5" high. > 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
James A. Garfield Memorial Ribbons,
Lot # 81 - James A. Garfield Memorial Ribbons,
lot of 40 ribbons, from various cities and organizations. Ribbons range from 1.25 x 3" to about 2.75 x 8.75". Most are white, one has mourning rosette, one has black fringe all around, a few are simply outlined in black. An instant memorial collection for this slain president. > Item Details
Primitive Cupboard,
Lot # 788 - Primitive Cupboard,
pine, early 19th century, one door, with cutout bootjack ends, modern blue repaint; 30.5" wide x 13.5" deep x 48.5" high. > Item Details
Autographed CDV of a  Confederate Officer,
Lot # 198 - Autographed CDV of a Confederate Officer,
ink-signed “Lieut. Southall” on recto with a “J.A. Scholten, St. Louis” imprint. Further identification nearly impossible, as there are 42 soldiers named “Southall” found in Confederate rosters. Among the officers just two survive scrutiny and neither of these “Southall’s” can be directly placed in... > Item Details
Grover Cleveland, ALS,
Lot # 429 - Grover Cleveland, ALS,
framed. A 2 page letter, Princeton, June 26, 1904, 6.5 x 10.25" visible. The letter is addressed to William Oliphant, who, as a newspaper clipping with the letter points out, was a friend and fellow company guide in the 24th Indiana with Grover's only brother Richard. Richard and most of the soldier... > Item Details
Watercolor of Shawnee Prophet, Tenskwatawa,
Lot # 143 - Watercolor of Shawnee Prophet, Tenskwatawa,
17 x 12.5" on laid paper. A fine portrait of the brother of Tecumseh, after the original portrait published by Thomas McKenney and James Hall in their monumental "History of the Indian Tribes of North America" (1837-1844). The present work of unknown age, though likely 20th century. > Item Details
Hudnall Decorated Bucket Benches,
Lot # 789 - Hudnall Decorated Bucket Benches,
lot of 2. Mixed wood, each with cut-out bootjack ends, front and rear skirts, modern folk art repaint in sage green with whte trim, seats with wonderful folk art painted country town scenes, one winter with numerous buildings, people, horse-drawn sleighs and much more in snow-covered street; 48.15" ... > Item Details
Autographed Photograph of Captain Jack,
Lot # 384 - Autographed Photograph of Captain Jack,
in the twighlight of his career. Anonymous silver gelatin image, 7 x 4." Boldly inscribed "To Madame Mrs. Nicholls With a Boundless Love and Blessing J.W. Crawford Capt. Jack, 1916." > Item Details
Civil War Presentation Sword of a Maine Hero,
Lot # 216 - Civil War Presentation Sword of a Maine Hero,
non-regulation European type similar to Model 1850 officer's with ornate cast brass hilt with floral decoration, shark skin and brass wire wrapped grip. Blade 36" single edged, with 3/4 length fuller and false edge at tip, marked on riccaso with European armory marks, engraved on top of blade "Klin... > Item Details
Currier & Ives Lincoln Political Cartoon,
Lot # 67 - Currier & Ives Lincoln Political Cartoon,
medium folio, from 1864 depicting Lincoln acting like a fool, Fessenden (Secy. of Treasury) cranking "Chase's Patent Greenback Mill", churning out $1000 and $5000 dollar bills. Sitting around the table are Stanton (Secy. of War), "Uncle Abe", Seward (Secy. of State), Wells (Secy. of the Navy), and 2... > Item Details
U.S. Grant Shell Stickpin,
Lot # 76 - U.S. Grant Shell Stickpin,
from the 1867 campaign. Albumen paper photograph mounted in brass shell with pin. > Item Details
Papin Family Photograph Archive, St. Genevieve, Missouri,
Lot # 37 - Papin Family Photograph Archive, St. Genevieve, Missouri,
group of 26 items, comprising hundreds of images, 19th to early 20th centuries. Includes 3 CDV & Cabinet card albums, all nearly full including one with pierced carved wood front cover with floral motif; PLUS 12 cased images, in both cloth & thermal plastic cases, Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, Albume... > Item Details
James'  River Guide for 1857,
Lot # 320 - James' River Guide for 1857,
8vo, green paper illustrated wraps, 128pp, 44 maps, engravings. [Cumings, Samuel] U.P. James. Cincinnati. According to James, meant to supersede the earlier "Conclin's New River Guide," this version a continuation of the hoary tradition of publishing maps and navigational hazards of the waterways o... > 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
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
Nebraska Reward Handbill,
Lot # 381 - Nebraska Reward Handbill,
Brownsville, Nebraska, Aug. 28, 1869. Reward of $1000 for capture of one J.K. Bear for robbing the U.S. Express Co. at Brownsville of $12,000. Gives detailed description of this outlaw, 8.2" x 4.75". > 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
Cincinnati to California  1852 Wagon Train Contract,
Lot # 379 - Cincinnati to California 1852 Wagon Train Contract,
7.75 " x 6.25" "MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT, Between Joseph Dana & Co....." Signed in type "Cincinnati 1852.." An unissued printed agreement in which this Cincinnati based company agrees to furnish transportation from Cincinnati to Council Bluffs, Iowa and "from thence will provide good strong wagons,... > Item Details
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