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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Four Spanish American War Commemorative Pitchers,
Lot # 1784 - Four Spanish American War Commemorative Pitchers,
all footed 2 clear pitchers having oval bust portrait of Admiral Dewey with laurel wreath surround, battleship, stacked artillery flags and other martial items, 9" high, and second type with having oval bust portrait of Admiral Dewey with laurel wreath surround, soldier holding flag and Gridley you ... > Item Details
Spanish American War Pocket Watches & Pipe,
Lot # 1815 - Spanish American War Pocket Watches & Pipe,
lot of 4, includes a white ball clay figural pipe, being a bust of Admiral Dewey with name on left and makers name on right, black thermoplastic stem, 7" long; PLUS an open face pocket watch with engraved portrait of Dewey on back, made by Elgin Nation Watch Co., 2.25" diameter; AND second matching ... > Item Details
<i>Golcher</i> Lock Percussion Rifle Tack Decorated & Cut to Carbine,
Lot # 425 - Golcher Lock Percussion Rifle Tack Decorated & Cut to Carbine,
with ca 50 caliber 25.75" round-to-octagonal barrel, lock marked Joseph Golcher in front of hammer with floral scroll engraving, steel trigger guard, and copper wire used to wrap barrel to cut and thinned walnut stock with removed butt plate. Stock is decorated with brass tacks and brass British mil... > Item Details
Signed <i>J.P. Lower Phila</i> Long Rifle,
Lot # 21 - Signed J.P. Lower Phila Long Rifle,
with ca 45 caliber 32.2" long octagonal barrel with standing front and notched rear sights, both percussion lock and barrel signed as above, with brass trigger guard, butt plate, patch box and 3 ramrod ferrules with old rod, maple half stock, Indian decorated with brass tacks, total length 48.5". > Item Details
Custer Photo with CMOH W.W. Blackmar Note,
Lot # 738 - Custer Photo with CMOH W.W. Blackmar Note,
See K-79, Katz 1985. Taken May 23, 1865 by Brady, and printed ca 1900-1910 by L.C. Handy, who took over Brady's studio and possession of many of his negatives. Handy's paper label with his Maryland Ave. address appears on verso. A fine 7" x 9" early silver print, on larger grey cardstock. Printed f... > Item Details
Confederate Buckshot Paper Cartridges,
Lot # 205 - Confederate Buckshot Paper Cartridges,
box marked Buckshot Cart., Cal Buckshot Columbus, Ord. Depot 186_. A rare package. > Item Details
War of 1812 Saber,
Lot # 118 - War of 1812 Saber,
American, unmarked, with 33" blade with 3/4 fuller. Grip a single piece of wood, with blackened brass guard and fittings. > Item Details
W.O. Taylor, Little Bighorn Survivor, ALS,
Lot # 769 - W.O. Taylor, Little Bighorn Survivor, ALS,
4pp, Orange, Massachusetts, March 14, 1922 from Taylor to Colonel Alfred Burton Welch of Mandan, North Dakota. William O. Taylor was a private in Company A of the 7th and was with Reno in the valley and the hilltop fight. He survived to tell his tale. In this letter, apparently responding the ques... > Item Details
Civil War Regulation 12-Button Enlisted Artillery Shell Jacket,
Lot # 247 - Civil War Regulation 12-Button Enlisted Artillery Shell Jacket,
another Cincinnati Depot product, this example with complete grayish-brown colored interior lining but also very minor moth nips in portions of the red tape trim. See other Cincinnati Depot lot for comparative description. White muslin lining inside left sleeve at shoulder stamped “H. SHAFER/U.S./... > Item Details
Frontier Antler-Handled Knife,
Lot # 465 - Frontier Antler-Handled Knife,
with wrought steel 7.4" single-edged clipped-end blade with single-piece antler butt handle, attached with single iron rivet, butt end with engraved initials IB, total length 12.2". > Item Details
13-Star Columbus Day Memorial Flag,
Lot # 345 - 13-Star Columbus Day Memorial Flag,
double-appliquéd zigzag-stitched stars are configured in a wreath of 8 stars surrounding a larger central star, whose axis points downward, all flanked by corner stars. The wool bunting canton and stripes are machine-sewn. The canvas sleeve has 2 brass grommets and is stenciled STANDARD 2 1/2 x 4. F... > Item Details
CDV of General John P. Hatch, CMOH, w/Two Obscure Generals,
Lot # 1201 - CDV of General John P. Hatch, CMOH, w/Two Obscure Generals,
two cdvs and a late war gemtype mounted on card stock. The Major General by “Wenderoth & Taylor” is a strong likeness of George H. Gordon who was brevetted the rank in April 1865; however, the carte is sans revenue stamp which would be expected at this time. This officer sports a common style of b... > Item Details
CDV of Lieut. W.A. Bartholomew, 59th Indiana,
Lot # 1247 - CDV of Lieut. W.A. Bartholomew, 59th Indiana,
no back mark, with Yours Truly/W.A. Bartholomew signed in ink beneath portrait. Bartholomew enlisted as a Sergeant in Company A, 59th Indiana in October 1861. He was promoted to 2nd Lieut. in December 1861 and 1st Lieut. in May 1863. Although he was advanced to Captain in September 1864 he was neve... > Item Details
Alexander Stephens Free Franked Covers,
Lot # 1713 - Alexander Stephens Free Franked Covers,
lot of 3. Only one has readable postmark, 21 March 1858, Washington (DC). All probably from same period, when Stephens was Senator from Georgia.Alexander Hamilton Stephens was born near Crawfordville, Georgia in 1812, and admitted to the bar in that town in 1834. He embarked on a career in the law, ... > Item Details
Photo of Concord -Type Stage Coach,
Lot # 1020 - Photo of Concord -Type Stage Coach,
anonymous, 8 x 10 silver print mounted on larger 11.75 x 13.75" board, ca 1910. A fine example of a western-style coach and team made famous by the Concord Coach Company of Concord, New Hampshire. > Item Details
Col. Sam Walker & John Dean Letters Detailing Quantrill History,
Lot # 974 - Col. Sam Walker & John Dean Letters Detailing Quantrill History,
lot of 6, includes an 9 page Ms letter from John Dean ( Jayhawker) to Col. Sam Walker (Marshal near Leavenworth, Ks.) , dated ...Iowa, July 3rd 1879 detailing the facts and history of Quantrill, the Walker Massacre, John Brown's Coppic? boys. The letter is primarily a detailed account of how Quantri... > Item Details
Currier & Ives <i>Sinking of the Cumberland</i>,
Lot # 1482 - Currier & Ives Sinking of the Cumberland,
entitled The Sinking of the Cumberland By The Iron Clad "Merrimac", Off Newport News Va. March 8th 1862, ca 12" x 16", archivally matted and framed in grain painted beveled frame, 19" x 23". > Item Details
Revolutionary War Era Spiked Tomahawk,
Lot # 79 - Revolutionary War Era Spiked Tomahawk,
complete with broad flaring 5" wrought iron blade with scalloped leading edge. Heavily patinated 14" wood shaft complete with pierced hole on bottom portion. > Item Details
CDV of Union Soldier Armed with Sharps Rifle,
Lot # 1273 - CDV of Union Soldier Armed with Sharps Rifle,
no back mark, private in typical nine-button frock coat posed with M1859 Sharps rifle and saber bayonet. The private is unidentified but is likely from one of three early Connecticut regiment armed with the repeating weapon. > Item Details
Carl Moon Photographs
Lot # 917 - Carl Moon Photographs
lot of 4, includes two 6" x 10" photographs of his studio, a western style log house with stone chimney and porch, one exterior and second interior of hearth, in original frames; PLUS a hand colored Karl Moon photograph of a man and woman fishing along a western stream, 5.5" x 9", in original arts a... > Item Details
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