Lot 357    

Three Photographs of Western Stage Performers,
2010, American History Absentee and Live Auction, January 21
Lot of 3 includes a 6 5/8" x 4 1/4" photo of a man on a horse in front of a barn. Side marked J.C. Knight Coatsville, Ind. PLUS 4 1/8" x 6" photo of five performers, some with masks while others hold props. PLUS a 5 1/8" x 8 3/8" photo of a woman dressed as a cowboy with fake facial hair, holding rifle rested on shoulders.

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Sixth Plate Daguerreotype of Four Gentlemen -- Gold Miners?
Lot # 7 - Sixth Plate Daguerreotype of Four Gentlemen -- Gold Miners?
Both sitters and photographer anonymous. The gent in the foreground wears waterproof (?) overalls and holds a book; gent at right in rear wears a Western style shirt favored by gold miners. Housed in full pressed paper floral case with splitting spine. > Item Details
Carl Moon Photograph of a Plains Indian
Lot # 269 - Carl Moon Photograph of a Plains Indian
10.5 x 13.25 in. silver gelatin profile view in a 13 x 16 in. wooden frame. > Item Details
N.A. Forsyth Stereoview of <i>Bear Chief,</i>
Lot # 264 - N.A. Forsyth Stereoview of Bear Chief,
a Fine Blackfeet Type. On Forsyth's Butte, MT card. Young man wearing two feathers and trade blanket coat standing with his horse. Tipis in background. > Item Details
Large Photograph of Wild West Performers,
Lot # 360 - Large Photograph of Wild West Performers,
6 x 8 in. image on 6 x 9.5 in. card. Seven performers, three mounted, four standing; one of central figures holding Burnside carbine, one mounted rider appears to be African American. Various notes on verso, including E. T. Collection. Part of penciled note cut off, suggesting it was on the cardstoc... > Item Details
Civil War Era Autograph Album With Confederate Signatures,
Lot # 192 - Civil War Era Autograph Album With Confederate Signatures,
Autograph album belonging to a Lucy Hilliard, containing autographs and letters from 1859 to 1864. Album contains several letters, poems, and autographs of various confederate soldiers, including those of the 4th Texas regiment volunteers, the Crescent regiment volunteers, the 8th artillery of the u... > Item Details
Two Sets of Blueprints For the U.S.S. <i>Ajax</i>
Lot # 223 - Two Sets of Blueprints For the U.S.S. Ajax
Includes two planes side and deck views, 26" x 63", and rolled. This was the 1st U.S.S. Ajax, a monitor class ship built in 1862 and launched in December 1864 by Snowden and Mason, Pittsburgh, PA, as Manayunk. She was laid up in Mound City, IL until 1867, and then she was towed down to New Orleans w... > Item Details
Three Cabinet Card Photographs of Armed Westerners,
Lot # 297 - Three Cabinet Card Photographs of Armed Westerners,
Lot of 3 includes one of a man aiming a percussion sporting rifle. Bottom labeled G.W. McDonald, Cor. 12th & Larimer, Denver, Colo.. PLUS another cabinet card of a man with one hand resting on a stone column, the other holding up a Winchester model 1873 rifle. Bottom marked Z. Swearingen Correctionv... > Item Details
CDV of Colonel Regis DeTrobriand
Lot # 164 - CDV of Colonel Regis DeTrobriand
An unsigned full view with sword by Anthony after Brady having early red border and graphic Anthony imprint. Expatriate son of a minor French Baron, Regis De Trobriand (1816-1897) was the archetypical 19th century Renaissance man equally at home with literature and war. De Trobriand became colonel ... > Item Details
William Henry Jackson (Attributed) Rocky Mountain Photographs
Lot # 279 - William Henry Jackson (Attributed) Rocky Mountain Photographs
Lot of 4 silver gelatin photographs attributed to William Henry Jackson, including various views of the Rocky Mountains; 6.75 x 8.75 in., mounted on stock, framed, and glazed, 13.5 x 15.5 in. > Item Details
G.A.R. <i>Welcome</i> Flag
Lot # 210 - G.A.R. Welcome Flag
Welcome G.A.R. and Allied Groups stenciled in yellow on navy cotton, 25 x 27.5 in. N.d., n.p. No evidence of grommets, etc. Others of these we have seen have other fabric sewn to them for individualized hanging. Since G.A.R. membership was limited to honorably discharged veterans of the Union Armies... > Item Details
Mt. Vernon Relic with Washington Portrait
Lot # 54 - Mt. Vernon Relic with Washington Portrait
Ca 1859. A Mount Vernon relic, home of George Washington. Wood medallion featuring fine engraving on obverse by American Bank Note Company featuring Washington portrait with Columbia, and Mt. Vernon in background. Reverse label dated November 14, 1859 details that wood frame is made of wood grown on... > Item Details
Seven American & Japanese Chromolithographed Tin Toys
Lot # 149 - Seven American & Japanese Chromolithographed Tin Toys
Includes key-wind Dancing Indian, marked Made In U.S.A., 5.25 in. high; cello Santa with one cello reindeer, marked on base Made In Japan, 8.5 x 4 in. high; Watch Me Jump Flippo the dog, chromolithographed tin, 4 in. high; walking duck, marked J. Chein & Co., with fixed key-wind in tail, 4.5 x 3.5 i... > Item Details
Six American & Japanese Chromolithographed Tin Toys, in Original Boxes
Lot # 150 - Six American & Japanese Chromolithographed Tin Toys, in Original Boxes
Lot of 6 tin toys, including the following: Mechanical Ski-Boy, No. 157, manufactured by J. Chein & Co., Harrison, NJ, in working order and housed in original box; Fire Car: Friction Toy with Siren / Not a Wind-Up Toy, manufactured by S.S.S. Japan, in working order and housed in original box; a camp... > Item Details
Survey of James Buchanan's Land, 1863
Lot # 88 - Survey of James Buchanan's Land, 1863
13.5 x 16 in. sheet folded. First three pages have measurements and calculations of areas of "Northern field," "Upper field," and "Southern part." Top of first page: Calculation of Land in Manheim Twp. Lanc'ter Co. belonging to Hon. James Buchanan occupied by Col. S.G. Stambaugh. Surveyed Nov. 10, 1... > Item Details
Edward Curtis Photogravure <i>A Wappo</i>
Lot # 244 - Edward Curtis Photogravure A Wappo
A photogravure from Edward Curtis' The North American Indian, titled A Wappo (Plate 490), from copyrighted photograph by Curtis, 1924, produced by Suffolk Engraving Co., Cambridge, MA; image size 11.5 x 15.5 in., overall 17 x 21.75 in. > Item Details
Abolitionist Levi Coffin Signed Deed
Lot # 82 - Abolitionist Levi Coffin Signed Deed
Lot of 2. Deed filed in Hamilton County, Ohio for the sale of a lot of ground in Millcreek Township to Thomas Clay for $2000. Sold by Levi and Catherine Coffin on 23 Sept. 1875 and signed by both. Second deed for sale of land in same area, from the heirs of Levi Coffin to George Hafer, Trustee. Sign... > Item Details
<i>Goupil Gallery of Great War Paintings:</i>
Lot # 122 - Goupil Gallery of Great War Paintings:
A Collection of Photogravures from the Modern Paintings of the Paris Salon with Biographical and Descriptive Text. Boston: Estes and Lauriat, 1890. 4to, brown cloth illustrated boards with gilt front. Ten gravures with protective pages, each with about 2 pages of description. Most images relate to t... > Item Details
Boudoir Photograph of Buffalo Bill at Concord, New Hampshire,
Lot # 353 - Boudoir Photograph of Buffalo Bill at Concord, New Hampshire,
silver gelitain photograph mounted on Kimball's Concord, NH cardstock. > Item Details
Bret  Harte, <i>The Heathen Chinee</i> Poem
Lot # 124 - Bret Harte, The Heathen Chinee Poem
Written as a parody of Swinburne's "Atalanta" and published under the above title in The Overland, this poem was soon being reprinted and republished across the country as "The Heathen Chinee." Although Harte was being critical of the Irish workers' attitudes toward Chinese laborers in California, t... > Item Details
Butte City, Montana <i>Indelible Photographs</i>, 1891
Lot # 344 - Butte City, Montana Indelible Photographs, 1891
An 1891 booklet titled Indelible Photographs of Butte City, Montana, The Greatest Mining Camp in the World, copyright by Moore & Sipple, Photographers, Butte City, MT, printed by the Albertype Co., NY. One known copy. > Item Details
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