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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Two Cabinet Cards of Navajo & Comanche Indians,
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Large Lithograph, <i>Jefferson Davis and His Cabinet</i>,
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Waltham Gold-Filled Presentation Lady's Open Face Pocket Watch from GAR Post,
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Sixth Plate Tintype of Young African American Recruit,
Lot # 69 - Sixth Plate Tintype of Young African American Recruit,
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Civil War CDV of African American <i>Contraband</i>,
Lot # 46 - Civil War CDV of African American Contraband,
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Huge Collection of Western Periodicals & Pamphlets,
Lot # 1747 - Huge Collection of Western Periodicals & Pamphlets,
approximately 270 periodicals and pamphlets, including some of the following: Quarterly of the National Association For Outlaw and Lawman History Inc., (142), PLUS Newsletter Little Big Horn Associates, (37), PLUS Relics A Link to Our Pioneer Heritage, (14), PLUS Flayderman & Co. Inc, catalogs (5), ... > Item Details
Group of 50th Gettysburg Medals From New York, Massachusetts, and Others,
Lot # 218 - Group of 50th Gettysburg Medals From New York, Massachusetts, and Others,
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Large Group of Real Photo Post Cards of Cowboys, & Lawmen,
Lot # 1807 - Large Group of Real Photo Post Cards of Cowboys, & Lawmen,
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Autographed U.S. Grant  Galena, Illinois <i>Soldiers Monument Association Certificate</i>,
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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
Large Group of Early Western Newspapers Including the Cheyenne Leader, 1867,
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Victorian Cast Iron Patriotic Exterior Door Pediment,
Lot # 1094 - Victorian Cast Iron Patriotic Exterior Door Pediment,
52" wide x 25.5" high with broken arch top, flanking a U.S. shield with 13 stars, floral blocks in lower corners, likely from a doorway for a GAR post. > Item Details
War Department Certificate for Working on the Manhattan Project,
Lot # 1172 - War Department Certificate for Working on the Manhattan Project,
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James Buchanan Salted Photograph,
Lot # 1585 - James Buchanan Salted Photograph,
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Autographed Engraving of 1st Texas Female Gov. Miriam Ferguson,
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5” x 7” printed bust portrait in period photo mount, and autographed and dated on mount, Miriam A. Ferguson/Aug. 23, 1926. Miriam A. Ferguson (1875-1961) became the first female Governor of Texas in 1925. Her husband, James, was Governor from 1915-17, when he was impeached. > Item Details
Three <i>Uncle Tom's Cabin</i> Half Sheet Chromolithograph Theatre Posters,
Lot # 1624 - Three Uncle Tom's Cabin Half Sheet Chromolithograph Theatre Posters,
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Rare Middleton & Strobridge Cincinnati Lithograph of the <i>Ohio Female College</i>,
Lot # 508 - Rare Middleton & Strobridge Cincinnati Lithograph of the Ohio Female College,
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<i>Daboll's Ready Reckoner For Ship Builders...</i>, 1863,
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16mo of the above title by David A. Daboll, Ct., 1863, 12pp in printed card stock wraps with cloth spine. > Item Details
Brady CDV of Seth Kinman,
Lot # 1539 - Brady CDV of Seth Kinman,
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Spectacular Half Plate Ambrotype of Baxter Jordan, 24th Alabama
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