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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Fine Colored Infantry 9th Regimental Silk Flag
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D.F. Barry Self Portrait,
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Poll Axe Head,
Lot # 373 - Poll Axe Head,
cast iron with oval eye, 2" x 1.6" downward flaring blade and expanding cylindrical poll end, total length 4.3". > Item Details
French and Indian Wars Roster of Participants in a Raid on Canada,
Lot # 1734 - French and Indian Wars Roster of Participants in a Raid on Canada,
1pp, small folio, April 10, 1758 Names of Men Belonging to Berwich Listerin (sp?) in a Expedition against Canada under Capt. Godwin and Wm. Chadbourne. With the signatures of 52 participants in the raid, including Thomas Godwin and a number of his kinsmen. We assume this Godwin to be an ancester o... > Item Details
CDV of Pvt. Charles O. Davis, 12th NH &VRC,
Lot # 1171 - CDV of Pvt. Charles O. Davis, 12th NH &VRC,
with imprint of "Lobell General Hospital, USA, Portsmouth, R.I." and "Chas O. Davis" in pencil. The 12th New Hampshire identification is the most likely of the six "Charles O. Davis'" found in the rosters. This Charles O. Davis joined Company G., 12th New Hampshire from Gilford in August 1862. The r... > Item Details
Indian Tack Decorated Allin Conversion Springfield Rifle,
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with 50-70 caliber 34.5" round barrel with notched rear and standing front sights marked on breech with eagle head and dated 1866 and markings on the 2nd type conversion lock 1864 behind hammer and U.S./Springfield with shield-breasted spread-winged eagle in front, steel trigger guard with sling swi... > Item Details
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Pair of Full Plate Ivorytype Portraits of 1812 Soldier & Wife,
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Printed Teddy Roosevelt Silk Kerchief,
Lot # 1667 - Printed Teddy Roosevelt Silk Kerchief,
central gray tone oval portrait with laurel wreath surround, hand embroidered edging with pulled work, 11" square. New frame, 16" x 20". > Item Details
Carl Moon Hand-Tinted Portrait of A Cree Indian,
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10” x 17” print with no notations. The man, possibly a member of a Plains Cree group, wears dentallium(?) shell headband, necklace and decorated skin shirt, finger-woven sash and fur boots. > Item Details
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a Brady view. Another regular with a meteoric Civil War record, Ames served in the regular artillery and was severely wounded at Bull Run before becoming Lt. Colonel of the later-to-be-famous 20th Maine. He was promoted to Brigadier General in May 1863 and led a brigade in Francis Barlow's Divisio... > Item Details
CDV of Stonewall Jackson,
Lot # 1239 - CDV of Stonewall Jackson,
no back mark, being a popular wartime lithograph of the North's favorite, highly respected enemy. > Item Details
Garfield Campaign Top Hat,
Lot # 1662 - Garfield Campaign Top Hat,
beaver skin with right side turned up and attached with red, & blue cockade, stamped brass U.S. shield breasted eagle with ribbon banner clutched in beak with Garfield pin back, woven silver thread band, 6" high. > Item Details
E.D. Zellner Photo of Funeral of Private Murphy,
Lot # 852 - E.D. Zellner Photo of Funeral of Private Murphy,
early silver print showing stone walled military cemetery with mounted cavalry along exterior horse drawn caisson and burial detail on interior, marked in negative Funeral of Private Murphy Troop K, 8th Cav. Fort Riley, Kansas with stamped imprint below E.D. Zellner Photographer Junction City, Kas.,... > Item Details
M1808 Contract Flintlock Musket w/Bayonet,
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69 caliber, barrel 42", 57.5" total length. See Flaydermann 9A-163 for a brief discussion of numerous M1808 contractors and markings, particularly H. Osborne. An historic piece from the War of 1812 era made by H. Osborne, Springfield, Mass. Lockplate marked with known Osborne variation: SRINGFIELD ... > Item Details
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Civil War Grouping of 102nd O.V.I. Soldier,
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Barry Photograph of Lt. Wm. Cooke, Adjutant of the 7th Cavalry,
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