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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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McKinley Campaign and Memorial Collection,
Lot # 93 - McKinley Campaign and Memorial Collection,
lot of 3. Includes a brass finished cast iron relief bust with kick prop rear and memorial laurel wreath at base9.5" wide x 11" high, marked on rear "2:4"; PLUS a rare black glass memorial 9" plate with bust portrait of McKinley in gold and reticulated edge; AND a campaign tumbler in clear glass wit... > 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
Political Sheet Music Collection,
Lot # 88 - Political Sheet Music Collection,
lot of 13. Includes, "McKinley Grand March," 1896; "Tip and Ty: A New Comic Whig Glee," "The Pathfinder's Quick Step," "Sumner's Funeral March" (1874), "(Teddy Bear) The Royal Gewgaw" (1907), "The Tolling Bell Approaching Mount Vernon" (1859), "Roosevelt March" (1919), "Coolidge and Dawes for the Na... > Item Details
Autographs of the Postmasters General,
Lot # 443 - Autographs of the Postmasters General,
large lot of over 90 autographs. Not a complete set, lacking only Franklin, Bache, Hazard (1-3); Habersham and Granger (6-7); Hubbard (18); Watson, Carlin, and Tisch (61,66 and 68) but includes the majority of the Postmasters of the U.S. Signatures are in many formats, AlSs, clips, signed photograp... > 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
Chippendale Mirror,
Lot # 752 - Chippendale Mirror,
American, 18th century, with original glass, old but not original finish; 11" wide x 18.25" high. > 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
George III Tall Case Clock,
Lot # 523 - George III Tall Case Clock,
mahogany with cross-banded inlay, bonnet with arched top, full fluted columns with cast brass capitals and bases, case with fluted quarter columns, also with brass mounts, cut-out bracket feet, in Hepplewhite style. Engraved silvered face with painted phases of the moon dial with cottage scene, bla... > Item Details
William McKinley Memorial Ribbons,
Lot # 92 - William McKinley Memorial Ribbons,
lot of 46, various sizes and from various cities and organizations. Ribbons range from about 1 x 5" to 3.25 x 11.25". Six have cello pinbacks attached, a few have rosettes or attached black ribbons. A number have McKinley's final words on them ("It is God's way. His will, not ours, be done"). An in... > Item Details
Large Albumen Photograph of Train Load of Stagecoaches,
Lot # 340 - Large Albumen Photograph of Train Load of Stagecoaches,
with printed title along bottom margin "Photographic View of/Coaches shipped by Abbot, Downing & Co. Concord, N.H. April 15, 1868.". Great image with early wood fired steam engine, pulling cars with 30 stage coaches loaded atop, 17.5" x 10", mounted on larger card stock. > Item Details
English and Chinese Willow Ware,
Lot # 566 - English and Chinese Willow Ware,
lot of 4. Includes 3 Chinese export porcelain pieces with gilt trim, a handleless cup & saucer, an 8" plate and a handleless cup; AND an English pearlware openwork fruit basket and under tray, 10.75" long x 9" wide x 3" high, all 1st quarter of the 19th century. > Item Details
Complete Set of Kendall's  Mexican War Lithographs,
Lot # 148 - Complete Set of Kendall's Mexican War Lithographs,
lot of 12. Hand-colored lithographs, 11 1/8 x 17", each titled and signed lower left, "C. Nebel fecit", lower right "Bayot lith." A complete set from George Wilkins Kendall, The War Between the United States and Mexico Ilustrated. New York: D. Appleton & Company, New York. 1851. An exceptionally ... > Item Details
Early Florida Territory Government Debates,
Lot # 302 - Early Florida Territory Government Debates,
House of Representatives report [65] of documents transmitted to them by President James Monroe on 28 Dec. 1818. These documents, in the words of John Q. Adams, Sec'y. of State, are "...in relation to the transactions during the campaign of general Jackson, against the Seminole Indians, and the band... > 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
Watercolor by Hunter Wood,
Lot # 412 - Watercolor by Hunter Wood,
American, born 1908, painting of a WWII U.S. Coast Guard patrol boat escorting an armed merchant vessel in camouflaged paint, signed lower right "Hunter Wood USCG 43" with anchor symbol at end, 12" x 18.5", matted and framed. > Item Details
Green River Chromolithographed Whiskey Sign,
Lot # 799 - Green River Chromolithographed Whiskey Sign,
on poster board, mounted in old, not period, frame, 14.2" x 18". Classic chromolithograph of an African American man leading mule with jug of Green River whiskey strapped to saddle. > Item Details
Early Blue & White Blankets,
Lot # 807 - Early Blue & White Blankets,
lot of 2, both 19th century American. One homespun wool, white with double line blue over-all pattern, embroidered initials of "E.W." at one end; 70" x 85"; AND another of homespun linen & wool blanket with 3 line crossing pattern, woven in two pieces & sewn together; 74" x 84". > Item Details
Four Years in the Saddle, Civil War Book,
Lot # 284 - Four Years in the Saddle, Civil War Book,
Gilmor, Harry (Col.) "Four Years in the Saddle." 1866. Harper & Brothers: New York. Blue cloth with gilt front and spine, 12mo, 291pp. > Item Details
Hand Painted Wooden Noah's Ark Toy,
Lot # 511 - Hand Painted Wooden Noah's Ark Toy,
English, "Sir Robert Johns ark". With 28 scroll saw cut and carved basswood animals plus Noah & wife, hull & roof in yellow ocher, deck & walls in cream with black & yellow trim. Hinged roof for storage of animals, 25" long x 7" wide x 12.5" high, 90-95% percent original paint. > Item Details
Extremely Rare Sandwich Cut to Clear Whale Oil Lamps,
Lot # 580 - Extremely Rare Sandwich Cut to Clear Whale Oil Lamps,
with paneled emerald green, cut-to-clear fonts with brass fluted columns, mounted on Italian veined black marble bases, 13" high. Pewter collar and double burners, each with an unusual interior brass wire mesh filter soldered into the oil reservoir. Burners marked "J. Newell's Patent Oct. 4, 1853... > Item Details
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