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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Zach Taylor Pocket Mirror,
Lot # 51 - Zach Taylor Pocket Mirror,
stamped with bust portrait of "General Taylor Rough & Ready" with embossed laurel leaf surround. Opens to reveal original 2.5" d. mirror with brass kick stand and hanging ring. Marked on rear "Brevite 1844". Ex. Clark Garrett Collection. > Item Details
Figural Double Iron Betty Lamp,
Lot # 748 - Figural Double Iron Betty Lamp,
each part topped with cutout urn with flowers, original hanging hook with rattail twist. > Item Details
Diego Rivera Autographed Postcard,
Lot # 469 - Diego Rivera Autographed Postcard,
of part of the mural on the staircase at the National Palace, Mexico. 3.5 x 5.5", framed with glass on front and back. Inscribed in lower left front corner "To Ashbrook / Diego Rivera." On back in address block, "Diego Rivera / Allende 59. Coyoacan. DF. Mexico" in Rivera's hand. The inscription is t... > Item Details
Strobridge Chromolithographed of American Order of United Mechanics,
Lot # 825 - Strobridge Chromolithographed of American Order of United Mechanics,
with 13 vignette panels of family and working life in America and portraits of Washington, Franklin and Fulton, dated 1870, in period gilt frame. > Item Details
Early Bootjack End Painted Footstools,
Lot # 548 - Early Bootjack End Painted Footstools,
lot of 2. Includes a nice example in green paint, square nail construction, 24" long x 6" wide x 6.5" high, with expected wear to top and edges; AND a second in old reddish brown paint over green, nailed construction with light wear, 26" long x 6" wide x 7" high. > Item Details
Southern Cherry Empire Server,
Lot # 704 - Southern Cherry Empire Server,
with mahogany veneered drawer fronts, door panels and back splash. Top has two 1/4 round drawers over an ogee drawer that overhang lower 2 gothic arch paneled doors with 1/2 rope turned column's and turned feet, 42.3" wide x 20.25" deep x 55.5" high. Secondary woods are pine and poplar. > Item Details
Eagle Hilt  Artillery Officer's Sabre,
Lot # 130 - Eagle Hilt Artillery Officer's Sabre,
circa 1805. A "five ball" example, similar to those made in England during this period. Hilt of gilded cast brass, with a "weeping" eagle pommel. Blade with unstoppered 3/4 fuller, blued and acid etched, with one side decorated with "Warranted" ribbon, American, shield-breasted eagle and "E Plurib... > 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
Henry Newman 1691 Almanack,
Lot # 296 - Henry Newman 1691 Almanack,
reprinted in 1844 by Ira Webster reprint of the early American Boston Almanack by Henry Newman, Philomath, sold by Benjamin Harris at the London, Coffee-House in Boston. An illustrated 32mo in paper boards with calf spine. This almanac has a reprint of the first primer printed in the colonies ent... > Item Details
Wm. H. Harrison Campaign Ribbon,
Lot # 44 - Wm. H. Harrison Campaign Ribbon,
2.7" x 5.9" ribbon with portrait of Harrison with ribbon banner above "Tippecanoe Club" & below "Harrison", followed by text "Our Country's/Hope with nice log cabin below. Below cabin is makers name "A.C. Row S.". WHH-44 in Sullivan & Fischer. > Item Details
1797 American Almanac
Lot # 297 - 1797 American Almanac
in German. Printer paper wraps, Baltimore: Samuel Saur. 7 x 8.5", 38pp. One of the feature articles after the almanac pages is on slavery, with illustrations of slaves being whipped and of various kinds of restraints, 4 pp. > Item Details
Goodwin & Webster Blue Decorated Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug
Lot # 691 - Goodwin & Webster Blue Decorated Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug
ovoid, with strap handle marked "Goodwin & Webster" (Hartford, Ct.). Nice turning marks at neck; 8.25" d. x 12.5" 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
Chinese Export Porcelain Punch Bowl,
Lot # 563 - Chinese Export Porcelain Punch Bowl,
Chinese Export, later 18th century. A punch bowl with hand-painted scenes of  an American Indian chief and his entourage. The scene is  reminiscent, and possibly taken from of John White's drawings of Tidewater Virginia Indians illustated in DeBry's "A Briefe and True Report o... > 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
American Lap Quilting Board,
Lot # 614 - American Lap Quilting Board,
American, 19th century. An ingenious device of pine with cut-outs for legs and pierced working surface with 19 straight 11" long openings, to allow the quilter to pass a needle through & maintain a straight line; 12.5" wide x 23.5" long with tacked tin wrap at one end for strength. > Item Details
Civil War Diary,  Co. A, 24th Wisconsin,
Lot # 264 - Civil War Diary, Co. A, 24th Wisconsin,
12mo pocket variety, written by Private James Aker. Aker, a Corporal from Milwaukee, enlisted on August 5, 1862 for the three year stint. He mustered out at Nashville, on June 10, 1865. Along the way, Aker's as part of the 24th, saw action in numerous engagements in the West, including Perryvill... > Item Details
London Zoological Garden Staffordshire Platter,
Lot # 561 - London Zoological Garden Staffordshire Platter,
17.75" in width, printed blue transfer of a man & woman viewing lions cage with 2 overly large male lions, with lake in foreground. With printed underglaze blue mark "Stone Ware R.W. & B." (Robinson, Wood & Brownfield; Cobridge, Staffordshire 1838-41). > Item Details
Quarter Plate Tintype of VRC Private,
Lot # 164 - Quarter Plate Tintype of VRC Private,
wearing the distinctive twelve-button light blue uniform coat and trousers of the Veteran Reserve Corps. Most VRC men retained the dark blue kepi as this man has. Consisting of returning wounded and otherwise disabled soldiers the VRC did valuable service in the North guarding Confederate prisoner... > 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
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