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 Stereoview of Deadwood Homestake Mine Stamping Mill,
Lot # 942 - Fine Stereoview of Deadwood Homestake Mine Stamping Mill,
4.5” x 7” on green printed card stock with imprint of Pollock & Boyden, Deadwood, D.T. from Views of the Black Hills series with inked title on rear Homestake 120 Stamp Mill Inside Lead City. View of lines of heavy belt-driven machinery. The Homestack gold mine was one of the earliest mines associa... > Item Details
Civil War Regulation 12-Button Enlisted Artillery Shell Jacket,
Lot # 246 - Civil War Regulation 12-Button Enlisted Artillery Shell Jacket,
made at the Cincinnati Depot of typical dark blue wool construction, partially hand-sewn, partially machined, faced with 3/8” red tape along front, at bottom, around collar and “V’s” on sleeves. Two rows of red tape down back ending in trimmed pillows. Mounted with 11 (missing 1) matching small ea... > Item Details
Three Bronze Spanish American War Relief Plaques by Langenbahn,
Lot # 540 - Three Bronze Spanish American War Relief Plaques by Langenbahn,
August A. (American 1831-1907), each 7" x 9.25" with U.S. shield above bust portrait flanked by 5-pointed stars and with spread-winged eagle with laurel wreath surround below with name of each person above eagle. Artist signed lower right and marked Copyright 98 lower left. Subjects include Dewey, S... > Item Details
Lincoln Hamlin Ferrotype
Lot # 1642 - Lincoln Hamlin Ferrotype
the smallest of the 1860 "doughnut" ferrotypes. Approximately 1" in diameter, with heavy brass doughnut with Abraham Lincoln 1860 on obverse and Hannibal Hamlin 1860 on reverse. Campaign ferrotypes of this style were only made for the campaign of 1860 with examples issued - in four different sizes ... > Item Details
M1885/04 U.S. Cavalry Saddle Bags,
Lot # 620 - M1885/04 U.S. Cavalry Saddle Bags,
marked BOYT over inspector initials M.C. on left side near leather key tab. Made of heavy pebble-grained saddle leather stained very dark brown (not russet) with both cover flaps embossed US in oval and brass grommets to attach to McClellan saddle. All billets, brass buckets, and side straps prese... > 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
M1855 Harpers Ferry Rifle Musket w/Bayonet,
Lot # 180 - M1855 Harpers Ferry Rifle Musket w/Bayonet,
58 caliber, 40" barrel, 56" total length. A good example of this desirable, pre-war weapon that served both sides in the war's early engagements. This is the early pattern with brass nosecap, long-range rear sight and no patchbox. Original swelled ramrod and sling swivels. Wood is very good with j... > Item Details
Roland Reed Photograph, <i>The Passfinders</i>, Blackfoot,
Lot # 906 - Roland Reed Photograph, The Passfinders, Blackfoot,
19.5 x 15" warm-toned silver gelatin imaged printed on textured paper, laid onto 22 x 18" mount with chocolate colored cloth binding tape, with ms. title verso; 1912. A superior Reed image, typical of his dramatic posing of the Blackfeet around Glacier National Park. > Item Details
Two Embossed Lincoln CDVs,
Lot # 1626 - Two Embossed Lincoln CDVs,
a pair of patriotic cartes, both with small, affixed albumens, one with both Abe and Mary with embossed starred garters and crossed flags, shield and eagle, imprint of A.E. Alden, Providence, R.I., and a second of just Abe in oval starred escutcheon with printed ad at margins for Cunningham's Empori... > Item Details
Lot of Fifteen Civil War Tint, Ambro & Daguerreotypes,
Lot # 1421 - Lot of Fifteen Civil War Tint, Ambro & Daguerreotypes,
all sixth plate with foil surround, and lacking cases, 13 are tintypes and one ambrotype, 2 officers, others enlisted men, one with sword, 2 with 2 soldiers, with a double ambrotype portrait of early war Union militia and a civilian daguerreotype of mother and child. One tintype is identified as J.H... > 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
Quarter Plate Tintype of an Armed Yank
Lot # 1381 - Quarter Plate Tintype of an Armed Yank
full-length studio portrait of a young soldier in 9-button frock coat and holding a revolver in hand with his Hardee-type hat on column to left, mounted in brown Union case Parting of Hinda and Hafed, Berg 1-29R (not in Krainik). Newer manuscript identification of Noah Bird, Co. C, 9th Indiana Infan... > Item Details
Rare Fremont - Dayton Campaign Flag,
Lot # 1616 - Rare Fremont - Dayton Campaign Flag,
printed glazed cotton with 31 stars in canton, black printed text on fly Fremont/And Dayton, 19" x 26.5" and tacked to original tapered turned wood staff, 46" long. > 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
Plains Paint-Decorated Powder Horn,
Lot # 70 - Plains Paint-Decorated Powder Horn,
with one solid red band at plug end black band, flanked by red stripes above this band and double red band with red chevrons between, area between bands have diamonds composed of four red painted dots. Spout has original cap, made form horn tip, flush hardwood plug end with wrought iron eye screw t... > Item Details
Sixth Plate Ruby Ambrotype of Pvt. Frank B. Hastings, 13th Mass.,
Lot # 1367 - Sixth Plate Ruby Ambrotype of Pvt. Frank B. Hastings, 13th Mass.,
identified by a contemporary piece of paper, correlated by the documented early uniform style. Hastings sat for his portrait wearing an uncommon 12-button shell jacket with infantry facings tinted sky blue. Todd says that the erstwhile battalion of militia riflemen exchanged their gray chasseur-mode... > Item Details
CDV of Sioux Indian by Bratlee,
Lot # 717 - CDV of Sioux Indian by Bratlee,
A.S. Bratlee, Photographer, Views of Devils Lake and Vicinity a Specialty, - Devils Lake, Dak. = rubberstamped verso. Bratlee was active 1880s; this card probably earlier. > Item Details
Four Photos of Lincoln, Mary, & Douglass,
Lot # 1628 - Four Photos of Lincoln, Mary, & Douglass,
includes unmarked bust length cdv portrait of Stephen A. Douglass; PLUS bust length cdv portrait of Mary Todd Lincoln with backmark of The New York Photographic Co.; PLUS an albumen of engraving after Brady photograph (0-91); both the Mary & Abe cdv's have fake Lincoln autographs on reverse; AND a p... > Item Details
Roland Reed Photograph of <i>Up The Cutbank</i>, Blackfoot,
Lot # 904 - Roland Reed Photograph of Up The Cutbank, Blackfoot,
19.75 x 16" warm-toned silver gelatin image printed on textured paper, laid onto 22 x 18" with chocolate colored cloth tape binding, with ms. title verso; ca 1912. A dramatic image, typical of Reed's work among the Blackfeet around Glacier National Park. > Item Details
Quarter Plate Ambrotype of Preston B. Plumb, Kansas Free State Movement,
Lot # 1352 - Quarter Plate Ambrotype of Preston B. Plumb, Kansas Free State Movement,
reputed by our consigner to be the Ohio-born Plumb, and while there is a strong resemblance to several published photographs of Plumb, we do not guarantee the identification. Written in pencil on the inside of the case is the cryptic, "R. Weaver/Ambrotypist/June 14, 1856." No information to ascertai... > Item Details
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