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Great CDV of Illinois Squirrel Hunters,
2002 Americana & Decorative Arts. November 20.
with backmark of "Hannaman, Shelbyville, ILL." Both display grey squirrels, one holds a percussion rifle with his hunting bag and horn visible; one holds a percussion side-by-side. Identified on verso in period ink as "M. Hagen and Wm. Behymer." A fine, midwestern image.

Condition:  
Rich tones, a couple of light brown spots barely visible on clothing, revenue stamp on verso partially torn away.
Est $200 - $300
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Lot # 214 - Large Albumen Photo of C.S.A. surgeon general,
measuring 10 x 12"of a dignified Major identified as “Col. William Maffitt Post, Surgeon Confederate Army -- Owned Chantilly a large Northern Virginia farm” on backboard. Likely a war date photo, though writing appears to be contemporary with several “September 31, 1956” stamped dates that coincide ... > Item Details
Rosewood Egyptian Revival Tea Caddy,
Lot # 557 - Rosewood Egyptian Revival Tea Caddy,
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Scarce Indiana Civil War Unit History,
Lot # 279 - Scarce Indiana Civil War Unit History,
Kerwood, Asbury L. "Annals of the 57th Regiment Indiana Volunteers....By a Member of the Regiment." 1868, Dayton (OH): W.J. Shuey. 8vo, cloth with gilt spine, 374pp. Kerwood enlisted Dec. 18, 1861 and was mustered into Co. F, and mustered out in Feb. of 1865, and so served most of the war. > Item Details
Collection of Political Pattern Glass,
Lot # 79 - Collection of Political Pattern Glass,
lot of 4, all late Victorian. Includes 9.5" diameter scalloped edge bowl with frosted portrait of Grant and inscription "Gen. Ulysses S. Grant The Patriot and Soldier"; PLUS square plate with same design in clear, 9.5" square; PLUS an 11.5" diameter memorial plate with portrait of Grant and inscript... > Item Details
William Henry Harrison Campaign Ribbon,
Lot # 45 - William Henry Harrison Campaign Ribbon,
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Cdv of Abolitionist Gerrit Smith,
Lot # 103 - Cdv of Abolitionist Gerrit Smith,
(1797-1874), philanthropist and supporter of numerous social programs. Smith worked his father's estate along with slaves (before New York's abolition in 1827), becoming an abolitionist for life. Although Smith seems to have "experimented" with tobacco and alcohol while at Hamilton College, he becam... > Item Details
F. Willerding, Evansville, Ind. Long Rifle,
Lot # 142 - F. Willerding, Evansville, Ind. Long Rifle,
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American Hooked Rugs,
Lot # 810 - American Hooked Rugs,
lot of 2, both cotton on burlap ground. Includes a cute black Scotty dog with pink ribbon around neck on blue central field with stylized floral border on black ground, minor light stains; 22" x 35"; AND a central flower medallion on beige ground with brown scrollwork border, outlined in black; 29" ... > Item Details
Webb and Thomas Civil War Books,
Lot # 283 - Webb and Thomas Civil War Books,
includes "Webb and His Brigade at the Angle, Gettysburg" (front cover) or "Statue of Brevet Major General Webb" (spine). Book published by New York Monuments Commission at the dedication of the monument to Bvt. Maj. Genl. Webb, Oct 12, 1915. Blue cloth, 4to, gilt front and spine, published 1916, Alb... > Item Details
Memphis Civil War Occupation Newspaper,
Lot # 278 - Memphis Civil War Occupation Newspaper,
single folded newssheet from the "Evening Times Extra", dated August 24, 1864. Discusses local battles and citizens detained on various charges by Union forces, 12" x 17", printed on one side only. > Item Details
Steiff Stuffed Animals,
Lot # 503 - Steiff Stuffed Animals,
lot of 2. Includes a mohair squirrel with glass eyes and tin button and sewn in cloth inport label in ear, 7.5 x 8"; AND a plush Daschundt dog with red cloth collar/name tag marked "Steiff" and "Hexie", 6" long. > Item Details
Civil War History of Maine, 1865,
Lot # 286 - Civil War History of Maine, 1865,
Whitman, William E.S. and Charles H. Rue. "Maine in the War for the Union: A History of the Part Borne by Maine Troops in the Suppression of the American Rebellion." 1865, Lewiston: Nelson Dingley Jr. & Co. 8vo, cloth with gilt spine and front, 637pp. > Item Details
Blue Decorated Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug,
Lot # 693 - Blue Decorated Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug,
American, early 19th century ovoid jug with cobalt stylized floral spray and blue at handle terminus, applied strap handle; 8 x 11.75". > Item Details
Queen Anne Courting Mirror,
Lot # 537 - Queen Anne Courting Mirror,
with mahogany veneered frame, arched top with reverse painting in polychrome on white ground of basket of flowers, original mirror glass; 15.75" high x 10.25" wide. > Item Details
Set of Sterling Candlesticks,
Lot # 680 - Set of Sterling Candlesticks,
four, American, early 20th century Adams-style, marked "Sterling," with stylized floral engraving and fluting with laurel wreath on each side of stem, each 10.5" high. > Item Details
Early Wagon Seat,
Lot # 600 - Early Wagon Seat,
American, mixed woods, seat with nicely turned front legs, hand carved arms and stretchers, curved double slat back, two separate seats, nice onion domed finials; rush seat 35" wide x 14" deep, seat 13" high, 27.5" overall height, all wood peg construction. > Item Details
Civil War Era Tin Cups,
Lot # 721 - Civil War Era Tin Cups,
lot of 9, of the type commonly used by enlisted personnel in both the Union & Confederate armies and one tin cup type candle lantern/chamber stick. Three matching with tin ring handle, 3.7" high; 2 others with handle, 3.25" & 5.7" high (chamber stick), 3 matching tumbler type, 2.5" high & one tumb... > Item Details
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
Two Early American Travel Accounts,
Lot # 313 - Two Early American Travel Accounts,
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Rinehart Platinum Print of Native American,
Lot # 361 - Rinehart Platinum Print of Native American,
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