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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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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
Highly Figured Burl Maul,
Lot # 820 - Highly Figured Burl Maul,
19th century American, 5" dia. x 4.75" high with ash turned handle; total height 12". One of the nicest burl mauls we have seen. > Item Details
Rockingham Glazed Redware Bust of John Wesley,
Lot # 754 - Rockingham Glazed Redware Bust of John Wesley,
solid redware bust with fine mottled brown glaze, likely early 19th century, 10.75" high. > Item Details
Civil War Naval Photograph,
Lot # 208 - Civil War Naval Photograph,
an anonymous 8 x 6" oval albumen image mounted on a larger board. A fine studio portrait of four men -- probably brothers -- one of whom is a Naval officer. Housed in a later Victorian frame, with pencilled notation "Grandfather Gray at Extreme Right." There were a number of Gray's who served as o... > Item Details
Tintype of a Well-Dressed African-American Gentleman,
Lot # 114 - Tintype of a Well-Dressed African-American Gentleman,
holding a walking stick, 6th plate mounted in embossed paper covered case. > Item Details
Ames Model 1840 Light Artillery Sabre,
Lot # 221 - Ames Model 1840 Light Artillery Sabre,
with nickel plated steel scabbard. Sword is marked "Made by Ames M.F.G. Co. Chipopee, Mass." on left ricasso and "CONN. 1862" on right, brass D guard kbuckle bow with quillon, pommel with 1/4 backstrap, leather and brass wire wrapped grip. Thirty-two inch single edged blade with 3/4 length fuller,... > Item Details
Mammoth Photograph of the Founders of Knights of Pythias,
Lot # 28 - Mammoth Photograph of the Founders of Knights of Pythias,
with imprint of the Rice Brothers, Washington, D.C. on 22 x 17" printed mount with two albumen images,one 5 x 3.5" of Justus H. Rathbone, the founder of the order and a larger,13 x 10.5" oval image, of the four original members. With Rice's 1876 copyright line. Printing on mount in gilt. A rare i... > 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
Tennessee Slavery Bill of Sale,
Lot # 107 - Tennessee Slavery Bill of Sale,
dated 2 Dec. 1846. Document for the sale of "...one Negro woman named Mary & one boy named Ned and one cow & calf, thirty head of hogs & four horses & two feather beads [beds]..." for $1200. Sold by one William Newsom anthony of Gibson Co., TN to Mr. John H. Braddock of Dyer Co., TN. 4..75 x 9". > Item Details
Fine Steel Sewing Bird Clamp,
Lot # 769 - Fine Steel Sewing Bird Clamp,
19th century American. With a stylized bird form clamp with a still strong spring, mount on back for fabric pin cushion, clamp will fit 1.5" thick table or less with heart shaped thread set; 3.5" long x 5" high, nice old darkened surface. > Item Details
57/87 Marlin Model 1936 Rifle,
Lot # 394 - 57/87 Marlin Model 1936 Rifle,
marked on top of breech "Marlin Safety," 30 caliber with walnut fore-end and stock, barrel length 19.5"; total length 38.5". > Item Details
Scarce Oregon American Indian Newspaper,
Lot # 382 - Scarce Oregon American Indian Newspaper,
THE INDIAN CITIZEN, Vol. I, No. I, Indian Industrail [sic] School, Forest Grove, Oregon. February 1884. Four pp, printed on a single 10 x 10" sheet, with a central fold. The Indian boarding school at Forest Grove (later Chemawa), Oregon, like its counterpart at Carlisle, Pennsylvania, was an ill-c... > Item Details
War Date R.E. Lee CDV-Autographed,
Lot # 191 - War Date R.E. Lee CDV-Autographed,
with imprint of Lumpkin and Co., Richmond, Va. on verso. Boldly signed on recto, not affecting Lee's portrait. > Item Details
Embroidered Silk Eagles With Flags,
Lot # 498 - Embroidered Silk Eagles With Flags,
lot of 2. Both early 20th century made for sailor trade. With gilt wire edging. One in period gilt frame with black ground; 15.5" wide x 19.5" high (frame 21.5" x 25.5"); AND similar panel on red ground, still tacked with thread to paper with Chinese characters in pencil at margins of paper; 20" squ... > Item Details
WWI Aviation Paintings by Ruttan
Lot # 403 - WWI Aviation Paintings by Ruttan
1918. A group of five paintings, all oil on canvas and framed. Canvas sizes range from 18 x 47" to 28 x 65." Meant to show various aerial scenes in WWI, includes English planes in a dogfight, downed English biplane receiving help from another English plane with rescue boat approaching; a deck scen... > Item Details
Mortised Bucket Bench,
Lot # 796 - Mortised Bucket Bench,
mortised construction with bootjack ends, lower shelf mortised, upper is lap-jointed with wood pegs; 40" long x 12.5" deep x 31" high. > Item Details
Signatures of Lew Wallace, P.G. Bureaugard,
Lot # 258 - Signatures of Lew Wallace, P.G. Bureaugard,
lot of 2 framed. Includes calling card signed "G. T. Beauregard, 1883," 2.25 x 3.5". AND ANS "With great pleasure, Your friend, Lew Wallace, Jan. 18, '89," 2.25 x 3" visible, framed and matted. The portrait of Wallace is in his military uniform, although more modern Americans know him as an author t... > Item Details
Horstmann  Indian Princess Head Militia Sword,
Lot # 131 - Horstmann Indian Princess Head Militia Sword,
with rectangular ribbed ivory grip, cast brass single piece quillon, double langets with eagles, floral knuckle bow, attached to the Indian Princess pommel. Single edged 31" blade with 1/2 length fuller and acid etched crossed flags and scroll work, marked "W.H.H." (Horstmann), total length 36.5". ... > Item Details
Figural Double Iron Betty Lamp,
Lot # 749 - Figural Double Iron Betty Lamp,
each part topped with bird in flight with stippled edges, includes original hanging hook with rattail twist, 9" 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
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