Lot 570    

* Greener Light Model Harpoon Gun,
2005, Historic Americana / Nov 16, 17 & 18
made in Birmingham, England. This gun was made for the deep-sea sportsman. Completely cased in original wooden box with all of its accessories.

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Stock may have been refinished. Excellent+.
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Two CDVs of Union Officer & Enlisted Man w/Daughter,
Lot # 1268 - Two CDVs of Union Officer & Enlisted Man w/Daughter,
the first by "Rankin & Co., Cincinnati," the second without back mark. The unidentified older company grade officer sports bushy chin whiskers, a wide brimmed slouch hat with a M1850 Foot sword at his shoulder. The unknown enlisted man holds his daughters' hand in a rare display of fatherly affecti... > Item Details
Sixth Plate Ambrotype of Kentucky Judge
Lot # 1517 - Sixth Plate Ambrotype of Kentucky Judge
anonymous ruby ambrotype portrait of Frederick Rowland (1805-?) in top hat and waste coat, lightly tinted, identified on paper behind image with F. Rowland. Housed in black Union case with compote of fruit in arched panel and floral scrollwork border. Includes short typed genealogy. > Item Details
A. Zeno Shindler Photograph of Jason, a Nez Perce,
Lot # 710 - A. Zeno Shindler Photograph of Jason, a Nez Perce,
albumen 5" x 7" w/ Jackson Cat. #427 and unid. #220 ms. in neg., on 10 7/8? x 14? mount,in mat. Taken June 3,1868, Washington, D.C. > Item Details
Five Stereoviews of Greenwood Cemetery by Beer Bros.,
Lot # 1563 - Five Stereoviews of Greenwood Cemetery by Beer Bros.,
on 3.25" x 7" flat cards on tan card stock, each different view. > Item Details
Five Civil War Photographs of Union Dead in the Eastern Theater,
Lot # 1332 - Five Civil War Photographs of Union Dead in the Eastern Theater,
each 3 x 2.75" mounted on printed card stock for John C. Taylor's The War for the Union Series with applied paper descriptive labels. These mimic Brady's "Album Gallery" images, and are one half of a stereoscopic negative. Printed post war, ca 1890, as direct positives from the original Anthony ne... > Item Details
Sixth Plate Cased Tintype of a Robed Character,
Lot # 1534 - Sixth Plate Cased Tintype of a Robed Character,
nicely tinted anonymous portrait of a bearded gentleman wearing a rich paisley robe, a floral be-decked cap, a large red cravat, and "granny"-style grasses with green-tinted lenses. Mounted in geometric embossed paper-covered wood case. There's a story here, we just don't know it! > Item Details
38-Star American National Flag,
Lot # 355 - 38-Star American National Flag,
38 double-appliquéd machine-sewn stars are configured in 3 lines of stars waving across the center canton all surrounded by a rectangle of stars. Unique star configuration likely created for the flag maker's own use. Canton and stripes are machine-sewn cotton. Cotton sleeve has 11 attached rings. Co... > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Annie Oakley,
Lot # 1068 - Cabinet Card of Annie Oakley,
with imprint of Stacy. The classic pose shown with her chest full of shooting medals. > Item Details
Palmer Bolt Action Carbine,
Lot # 138 - Palmer Bolt Action Carbine,
50 caliber rimfire, no serial number. Made by E.G. Lamson & Co. Windsor, VT, ca 1865. Total production of these carbines was 1,001. > Item Details
U.S.S. <i>Maine</i> Ironstone Bowl & Pitcher Set,
Lot # 545 - U.S.S. Maine Ironstone Bowl & Pitcher Set,
marked B.B.P. Co and Olympia, purple transfer-printed pitcher with the U.S.S. Maine on each side and gilt trim, 12" high and matching bowl with 2 images of Maine and one of Dewey's Fleet, 16.5" diameter x 4" high and matching tooth brush holder with the U.S.S. Maine on each side and gilt trim, 5" hi... > Item Details
Quarter Plate Civil War Tintype of an Armed Wisconsin Soldier,
Lot # 1379 - Quarter Plate Civil War Tintype of an Armed Wisconsin Soldier,
unidentified bearded private wearing distinctive five-button sack coat with standing piped collar issued by the state to the 9th-16th regiments. The musket appears to be a M1816/22 .69 caliber conversion first issued to the 10th Wisconsin Infantry in October 1861. The oval “US” belt plate is worn u... > Item Details
Civil War Non-Regulation Sword for General's Officers,
Lot # 270 - Civil War Non-Regulation Sword for General's Officers,
a scarce Civil War (and earlier) officer's sword and scabbard. Just 34" total length, with solid brass hilt and grip. Attractive, all-brass hilt with false wire-wrap in brass; urn-shaped pommel and single knuckle bow with floral design. Decorative straight quillon. Clamshell guard bears a striking,... > Item Details
Colt Pocket Flask,
Lot # 1 - Colt Pocket Flask,
31 caliber pocket flask. Eagle and stars and marked Colt's Patent. > Item Details
Pair of New Hampshire Militia Knapsacks,
Lot # 78 - Pair of New Hampshire Militia Knapsacks,
both knapsacks are of similar style and design. Both with aquamarine painted canvas trimmed with a yellow painted border with red painted quarter circle design in the four corners of the yellow frames. Center of knapsack with red painted oval background with flourished yellow calligraphic initials... > Item Details
Civil War CDV of Andrew Johnson ,
Lot # 1629 - Civil War CDV of Andrew Johnson ,
by Gardner with 1865 copyright and orange two cent revenue stamp. A Tennessee Democrat and US Senator who had remained loyal upon secession, Andrew Johnson became the 17th President upon Lincoln's death. Almost immediately he fought bitterly with Radical Republican while attempting to implement the... > Item Details
Eight Spanish American War Calendars, Sheet Music  & Paper Items,
Lot # 1799 - Eight Spanish American War Calendars, Sheet Music & Paper Items,
includes a photomechanical print of Dewey on card stock printed calendar for 1899 from Natchez Drug Co., Natchez, Miss., 11" x 14" with all 12 month sheets; PLUS chromolithographed calendar with Dewey and junior officer on deck of Olympia with other ships of fleet un background entitled We Lead the ... > Item Details
Gathering of Civil War CDVs,
Lot # 1257 - Gathering of Civil War CDVs,
including one sharp view of an unmarked, unidentified major or lt. colonel, a Navy Third Assitant Engineer (1864 regulations) with sword and Columbus, Ohio back mark, an army captain by "Brand's, Chicago," two unknown privates, one infantry, one cavalry, a post-war cdv-sized mounted tintype of a eas... > Item Details
French and Indian War LS from  Governor James Belcher,
Lot # 1738 - French and Indian War LS from Governor James Belcher,
1p, 4.25 x 7" sheet on laid paper, Elizabethtown, Nov. 23, 1754, the Governor James DeLancey of New York. In total: Above you have agreeable to my letter herewith to your Honour a copy of my orders and directions to Coll. VanCamp I am, Sir Your Most Humble Servant J. Belcher. > Item Details
CDV of Lt. General John Breckinridge, CSA,
Lot # 1133 - CDV of Lt. General John Breckinridge, CSA,
by C.D. Fredericks & Co., New York, a retouched lithograph with pencil identification on verso. Kentuckian John Breckinridge remains underrated as a corps commander who saw active service in both theaters of war, notably at Murfreesboro and Chickamauga. In February 1865 President Davis prevailed upo... > Item Details
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