Lot 11    

Fine Half Plate Tintype of a Drug Store,
2008, Historic Americana Auction, Dec 4 & 5
with eleven men and boys standing in a dirt street with sections of cut logs inset to make a rude "crosswalk." The storefront displays a large sign advertising "Iron Bitters". Young trees suggest the building was only recently built. Housed in a full leather case.
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Complete Set of <i>The Medical and Surgical History of the War of the Rebellion</i>,
Lot # 162 - Complete Set of The Medical and Surgical History of the War of the Rebellion,
United States, Surgeon General's Office. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1870-1888. 6 vols. 4to, green cloth, Vol. 1, Part 1: 1091 pp; Vol. 1, Part 2: 869 pp; Vol. 1, Part 3: 989 pp; Vol. 2, Part 1: 650 pp; Vol. 2, Part 2: 1024 pp; Vol. 2, Part 3: 986 pp. First edition, a mix of first ... > Item Details
Fifteen Autographed Photos & Letters of American Male Authors, Scholars & Sportsmen,
Lot # 1265 - Fifteen Autographed Photos & Letters of American Male Authors, Scholars & Sportsmen,
includes the following signed photographs: a 3.5" x 4.5" silver gelatin photo in original mount signed on mount by Clarence E. Mulfordf (American author, Western novels); autographed photo-mechanical print of Stewart Edward White (American author, Western novels), 8" x 11"; photo-mechanical print of... > Item Details
Four Pieces of <i>Blowout</i> American Coin Jewelry,
Lot # 1357 - Four Pieces of Blowout American Coin Jewelry,
two coins made from Morgan silver dollars, one with pinback and other with pendant ring attached at top, 1902 and 1900 dates; a watch fob made using three silver coins a dime, quarter and half dollar, all dated 1906, 4.5” long; and last, a necklace made from 1910 quarter with Sterling chain. Three h... > Item Details
Medical Society of  Rhode Island, June, 1839,
Lot # 1292 - Medical Society of Rhode Island, June, 1839,
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Nine Books on Billy the Kid,
Lot # 1738 - Nine Books on Billy the Kid,
titles, authors and dates only include: Billy the Kid A Date with Destiny, by M. Ballert & C.W. Breihan, 1970, PLUS The Real Billy the Kid..., by M.A. Otero, 1936, PLUS The Boyhood of Billy the Kid, by R.N. Mullin, 1967, PLUS Alias Billy the Kid..., by C.L. Sonnichsen & W.V. Morrison, 1955, PLUS Bil... > Item Details
Two Waist Belt Plates, <i>CS</i> and <i>US</i>,
Lot # 165 - Two Waist Belt Plates, CS and US,
includes an oval CS die-stamped rolled brass plate (Mullinax Plate 136) primarily used in the Western Theater and issued in quantity to the Army of Tenn., 3.5" long; and oval brass US plate, also 3.5" long. > Item Details
Autographed U.S. Grant  Galena, Illinois <i>Soldiers Monument Association Certificate</i>,
Lot # 1307 - Autographed U.S. Grant Galena, Illinois Soldiers Monument Association Certificate,
17 x 14", printed Soldiers Monument Association certificate for membership in the Jo Daviess Soldier's Monument Association Galena, Illinois, August 25, 1865 . Engraved and printed by the Continental Bank Note. Company, New York and illustrated with various patriotic vignettes. This is an un-issued... > Item Details
A Rare 1867 Diary Penned by Texas Pioneer, Spruce McCoy Baird,
Lot # 427 - A Rare 1867 Diary Penned by Texas Pioneer, Spruce McCoy Baird,
diary of a journey from Serbin, Bastrop Co., Texas to Trinidad, Colorado Territory, 1867. 95pp. In 1867, S. M. Baird (as he is identified in the diary) was a resident of the German “colony” of Serbin, Texas, who thought he would find brighter prospects for the future in the Colorado Territory. Th... > Item Details
B.W. Kilburn Stereoview of Maine Indian Village,
Lot # 1204 - B.W. Kilburn Stereoview of Maine Indian Village,
4.25" x 7" flat card with arch top views on cream colored card entitled along lower margin 272. Indians and Canoes, Bar Harbor, Mount Desert, Me., with B.W. Kilburn, Littleton, N.H. imprint on reverse and manuscript date in period ink of 1882. > Item Details
CDV of Alexander Dumas,
Know-Nothing Party Flag,
Lot # 231 - Know-Nothing Party Flag,
glazed muslin, 29" x 50". Printed in red, blue, and black with canton bearing a spread-winged American eagle surmounted by a ribbon banner bearing Native American , the eagle holding a patriotic shield in its beak and flanked by stands of American flags, at its feet, a ballot box bearing the slogan... > Item Details
Candid Photograph of Sammie Davis Jr. & Nipsy Russell,
Lot # 1600 - Candid Photograph of Sammie Davis Jr. & Nipsy Russell,
4” x 5” silver print of the two standing together, Davis with cigarette in hand, stamped on reverse Harrison. > Item Details
<i>Notes of a Military Reconnoissance From Fort Leavenworth.....</i>
Lot # 1729 - Notes of a Military Reconnoissance From Fort Leavenworth.....
full title being Notes of a Military Reconnoissance from Fort Leavenworth in Missouri to San Diego in California, Including Parts of the Arkansas Del Norte and Gila Rivers by Lt. Col. W.H. Emory, 1848, Washington, Wendell and Van Benthuyen, 8vo in brown cloth wraps, 614pp, 64 plates and one folding ... > Item Details
Framed Tintype of a Western Character Holding Two Revolvers,
Lot # 1830 - Framed Tintype of a Western Character Holding Two Revolvers,
cdv sized tintype of a young angry looking gentleman wearing broad brimmed hat, and vest and holding a revolver in each hand. Mounted in home made, period eglomisé frame, 9" square. > Item Details
Civil War Army Medical Photograph of Left Femur Wound,
Lot # 1111 - Civil War Army Medical Photograph of Left Femur Wound,
6.2" x 8.7" on original card stock mount (9.2" x 10.7"), with printed label on reverse entitled Surgeon General's Office. Army Medical Museum. Photograph No. 31. Left Femur, exhibiting a partly consolidated Gunshot Fracture of the Middle Third of the Shaft. With extensive text below detailing the hi... > Item Details
[NEWSPAPER] U.S. Constitution Early U.S. Political Cartoon,
Lot # 294 - [NEWSPAPER] U.S. Constitution Early U.S. Political Cartoon,
complete original newspaper, the Independent Chronicle and the Universal Advertiser (Boston, MA) dated July 31, 1788. Inside page, 6” x 3” engraving of the Federal Edifice cartoon, one of the earliest political cartoons in US history. This cartoon is found at the top of page 3 and shows eleven pilla... > Item Details
Panoramic Black and White Lithograph of Buffalo Bill and His Troupe,
Lot # 1847 - Panoramic Black and White Lithograph of Buffalo Bill and His Troupe,
24 x 4.5", matted and framed, 27 x 7.5", circa 1910. A fine image of an aged Cody together with the American Indian members of his show, posed before a canvas backdrop painted to simulate western mountains. > Item Details
Civil War Newspaper with Article on Jeff Davis Enlisting Slaves as Soldiers,
Large Lithograph, <i>Abraham Lincoln's Last Recession</i>,
Lot # 1516 - Large Lithograph, Abraham Lincoln's Last Recession,
22" x 28", published by John Smith, Philadelphia, dated 1857, misprint as it must be 1867 showing Second Inaugural ball with Lincoln shaking hands with Mrs. Johnson, Mary Todd behind and surrounded by other cabinet members and Generals, matted and framed, 28" x 34". > Item Details
Two Nineteenth Century Photographs of the America's Cup Race,
Lot # 1685 - Two Nineteenth Century Photographs of the America's Cup Race,
both 6" x 9" on original card stock mounts with imprint of Gubelman, N.Y. in negative of one, and framed in matching wormy chestnut frames (11" x 16"). Includes portrait of Gracie off Sandy Hook, N.J. and Grayline (left) & Mischief (right). Each is dated on mat 1881. Mischief and Atlanta were the t... > Item Details
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