Lot 659    

* Savage Arms Model 245-A 22/20 Gauge Over Under Shotgun,
2005, Historic Americana / Nov 16, 17 & 18
22-20 gauge. Walnut stock and forearm. Blued barrels with cased-colored frame.

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Photograph of a White Man Killed by the Sioux,
Lot # 806 - Photograph of a White Man Killed by the Sioux,
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Lot of Four Western Zouave CDV's,
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a mix of unidentified western soldiers wearing typical semi-Zouave dress, none with back marks. One "dead letter" private wearing a simple, collarless Zouave jacket in the style of the later 11th Indiana and 46th Indiana. Another shot of a probable 46th Indiana Zouave also in plain, collarless semi... > Item Details
Set of Fifty-One Spanish American War Chromolithographed Cello Pinbacks
Thomas Mifflin Deed of Sale for Indian Lands, 1794,
Lot # 1725 - Thomas Mifflin Deed of Sale for Indian Lands, 1794,
29 Jan. 1p, partially printed, 8.25 x 13.5". Agreement for the sale of 900 acres of land "within the last purchase made of the Indians, East of Allegheny river and Conawango creek" to six gentlemen from Amsterdam. Signed in appropriate space and docketed by Mifflin in lower margin. Thomas Mifflin (1... > Item Details
Fine New Hampshire Civil War Recruiting Broadside,
Lot # 1469 - Fine New Hampshire Civil War Recruiting Broadside,
illustrated with an eagle in flight with ribbon banner in beak inscribed Our Country's Flag Needs Defenders. with text above 20 Dollars Bounty! and extensive text below that reads in part Ninth Regiment! New Hampshire Volunteers! Col. Fellows. [Late of the New Hampshire Third]...Each Soldier will be... > Item Details
Tinted CDV of Moses Keokuk, Sauk Indian,
Lot # 712 - Tinted CDV of Moses Keokuk, Sauk Indian,
with A.W. Baker of Ottawa, Kansas imprint, verso and ms. id., Keokuk, Chief Sac and Fox. This image was perhaps taken in 1868 during one of the many Sauk & Fox delegations to Washington, D.C. Baker may, or may not, have been the original photographer. > Item Details
Three Unidentified Civil War Officers with Armed Corporal,
Lot # 1251 - Three Unidentified Civil War Officers with Armed Corporal,
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*  <i>Liberator</i> WWII Pistol for Resistance Forces,
Lot # 598 - * Liberator WWII Pistol for Resistance Forces,
45 caliber. Made by General Motors Company of Anderson, Indiana. In original cardboard box with original shells. With original instructions complete with wooden dowel used for extracting fired cartridges. > Item Details
Rogers and Spencer Civil War Percussion Revolver,
Lot # 161 - Rogers and Spencer Civil War Percussion Revolver,
44 caliber, serial number 903. Very clear inspector's initials in the walnut wood grips. > Item Details
James McLaughlin's Letters Regarding the Buffalo Hunts of 1882 and 1883,
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Carl Moon <i>Vicente-Chief of All The Navajos</i>,
Lot # 910 - Carl Moon Vicente-Chief of All The Navajos,
tinted gelatin silver print, ca. 5” x 7” in 12” x 14” mat, with Moon’s studio stamp in gold, verso. Moon (1879-1948) studied under Thomas Moran & became famous for this art photography. He moved to NM in 1903. > Item Details
Full Plate  Ambrotype of Pvt. Geo. Fay, 188th NY and Wife,
Lot # 1348 - Full Plate Ambrotype of Pvt. Geo. Fay, 188th NY and Wife,
an uncommon pair of large images that underscore the artistry that photography could aspire. The patriotic composition is twenty-eight year old Private George R. W. Fay who enlisted at Nunda, New York on October 1, 1864 in Company I., 188th N.Y. assigned to the 5th Corps. Fay wears a nine-button fr... > Item Details
CDV of Bvt. Brigadier General John T. Wilder, 17th Indiana,
Lot # 305 - CDV of Bvt. Brigadier General John T. Wilder, 17th Indiana,
as Colonel with imprint of "A.S. Morse, Dept. of the Cumberland" with folksy exhortation Genl Wilder is our grate (sic) Caveolry Genl inked on verso, clearly by one the brigades' soldiers. This view is crisper than the previous cdv but the bottom third has been trimmed including a small portion of ... > Item Details
CDV of Bvt. Brigadier General William C. Ely,
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Albumen Photograph of Major General William Thomas Ward & 20th Corps Staff,
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