Lot 686    

Tintype CDV of Mary Todd Lincoln,
2008, Spring Historic Americana, June 5 & 6, 2008
in paper CDV mount with imprint of Geo. W. Godfrey & Co. Sunbeam Gallery, Rochester, N.Y.

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Gathering of Union Cases and Parts,
Lot # 1263 - Gathering of Union Cases and Parts,
lot of 15, including four sixth plate Union cases including 1st brown Piano Lesson with ambrotype portrait of young lady, PLUS 2nd brown Mother & Child, reverse with grapes and leaves with daguerreotype portrait of young couple, in original seals, PLUS 3rd brown scrollwork case with ambrotype portra... > Item Details
<i>Ensign & Thayer's Map of the Western States</i>, 1854,
Lot # 451 - Ensign & Thayer's Map of the Western States, 1854,
full title being Ensign & Thayer's Travelers' Guide Through the States of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, and Wisconsin; with Railroad, Canal, Stage, and Steamboat Routes; Accompanied with a New Map of the Above States., 1854, New York, Ensign, Bridgeman & Fanning, 16mo in gilt em... > Item Details
CDV of Sioux Family, Probably Yankton,
Lot # 51 - CDV of Sioux Family, Probably Yankton,
CDV-size image lacking a maker's imprint, 4.875" x 3.125", mounted on board, ca 1868. The narrow, horizontal lines painted on the man's leggings indicate martial deeds, grouped between bolder lines indicating years. This "career resume" reveals him to be a warrior of considerable accomplishment. > Item Details
Stereoview by Illingworth of Custer with Grizzly Bear,
Lot # 391 - Stereoview by Illingworth of Custer with Grizzly Bear,
on regular-sized yellow mount, taken during Custer's Expedition to the Black Hills in 1873. The discovery of gold on the expedition launched the Sioux wars, and ultimately, led to the demise of Custer himself. > Item Details
Civil War Illustrated Covers,
Lot # 842 - Civil War Illustrated Covers,
all with African American themes and unused, six are anonymous printers, one from Pennsylvania and dated 1861; the others are by D. Murphy’s Son, N.Y. (2); J.G. Wells, N.Y.; and last initialed D.M. > Item Details
Five Cased Photographs of African Americans,
Lot # 1080 - Five Cased Photographs of African Americans,
lot includes three sixth plate tintype photographs, all in half cases, including a portrait of a young nanny and her charge, PLUS portrait of two young gentleman, PLUS portrait of middle-aged lady, PLUS two 9th plate images including portrait of a young lady with ribbon decorated broad brimmed hat o... > Item Details
Cabinet Card of a Group of Sioux  Men and Children,
Lot # 897 - Cabinet Card of a Group of Sioux Men and Children,
lot of two. Indians at Carievale, Sask. En route from one reservation to another. Set of two cabinet cards, the photographer identified as W.D. Godson, ca 1902 or 1904 verso. The photos depict a group of Sioux Indians on the expansive plains of Saskatchewan, Canada. One photo is a close-up of four y... > Item Details
Master Seargent Enameled GAR Medal,
Lot # 858 - Master Seargent Enameled GAR Medal,
with standard cast bronze five-pointed star GAR medals with bronze spread-winged eagle clutching crossed cannon pinback U.S. national flag silk ribbon with top sergeant blue enameled bronze stripes, 4" long. > Item Details
CDV of Gunsmiths,
Lot # 1275 - CDV of Gunsmiths,
anonymous image of four young gunsmiths, two seated holding finished full stock percussion rifles, while the two standing hold tools. > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Kiowa Ceremony,
Lot # 942 - Cabinet Card of Kiowa Ceremony,
with blindstamp of Russell, Anadarko. The woman at the far left is holding a Kiowa cradle board. To her left is her husband holding his peyote fan and rattle. Two young girls are seated on a buffalo robe facing the camera. An aged warrior stands to the right holding a lance and carrying his shield. > Item Details
Fine Photograph of an Elephant on an Outing,
Lot # 1298 - Fine Photograph of an Elephant on an Outing,
surrounded by a group of men. Perched on top of the elephant, is a happy-faced gentleman resting his legs over the elephant's head; behind them is an anonymous lodge and a forest blanket. In period wood frame, 12" x 14.5". > Item Details
Cabinet Card of White Horse (<i>Shungathka</i>), Oto Chief,
Lot # 123 - Cabinet Card of White Horse (Shungathka), Oto Chief,
with Croft, Oklahoma City, O.T. imprint, ca 1895. He is dressed in flamboyant wool clothing beaded in abstract-floral and realistic designs emblematic of his membership in the sect that followed the Oto prophet Wawashi, or Wanoshi, called William Fawfaw. > Item Details
W.B. Field CDV of Unidentified Indian Boy, Possibly Winnebago,
Lot # 18 - W.B. Field CDV of Unidentified Indian Boy, Possibly Winnebago,
with Star Gallery, Morris, Ill., ca 1865. A 2-cent Federal revenue stamp, properly cancelled with the photographer's signature in ink, is affixed, verso. > Item Details
Karl Bodmer Aquatint Engraving: Tab 45, <i>Blackfoot Chief and Pickann Chief</i>,
Lot # 338 - Karl Bodmer Aquatint Engraving: Tab 45, Blackfoot Chief and Pickann Chief,
with Bodmer's blindstamp, published by Ackermann & Co. 90 Strand, January 1840. Print with The Litchfield Historical Society sticker on lower left, 17.25" x 23.75". > Item Details
Three 1940s Cincinnati Reds World Series Tickets, Crosley Field,
Lot # 1325 - Three 1940s Cincinnati Reds World Series Tickets, Crosley Field,
each with an illustrated two part stub, all including: 1940 World Championship Games Crosley Field Cincinnati, Ohio National League vs American League All with the original marked price of $5.65. Two of the tickets are for game six and are assigned to Sec. 18, Row 0, Seat 11 & 12, tinted in green. T... > Item Details
Boudoir Photograph of 8th Cavalry Troopers at Rest in Camp,
Lot # 366 - Boudoir Photograph of 8th Cavalry Troopers at Rest in Camp,
wonderful casual photograph showing 13 troopers, all standing or lounging in front of a single tent, with three saddled horses, most with their Springfield trapdoor carbines at hand, and one with his bugle, rolling hills in background. Archivally matted and framed, 9.5" x 12.5". > Item Details
Fine James G. Blaine Political Campaign Portrait Flag,
Lot # 697 - Fine James G. Blaine Political Campaign Portrait Flag,
printed silk, 15" x 24" with oval black and white shoulder-length portrait with surrounding inscription For President James G. Blaine with 38 five-pointed stars. Old penciled note with flag reads Flag-carried in Blaine Campaign-by R.S. Griswold-flag given by Cheney Bros.The Cheney Brothers were the ... > Item Details
An Exceptional Group of Nine Photographs of Ft. Maginnis and Maiden, M.T.,
Lot # 402 - An Exceptional Group of Nine Photographs of Ft. Maginnis and Maiden, M.T.,
all with W.H. Culver, Maiden, M.T. stamped imprint on reverse, includes two 6" x 7.8" on slightly larger card stock, first showing 32 soldiers of Co. A, likely 1st Cavalry Regiment standing on the porch and steps of a frame barracks building, most are armed with Springfield trapdoor carbines and a f... > Item Details
GAR Handbill, dated 1894,
Lot # 877 - GAR Handbill, dated 1894,
printed manuscript announcing an invitation to all veterans, including soldiers and sailors, in memorandum to the Harvey Holt Post, No. 15, G. A. R.. Provided is a Memorial Service at Citizens Hall, South Lyndeboro' N.H., and includes a sermon and band, and an order of exercises, 6" x 12". > Item Details
Silver Gelatin Print of a Comanche Celebration,
Lot # 192 - Silver Gelatin Print of a Comanche Celebration,
4.75" x 6.5", mounted on board, ca 1905. Two of the men wear eagle feather headdresses, while the third and all of the women wear turbans made of otter fur. A large dance pavilion roofed with cut greenery is seen in the background. > Item Details
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