Lot 499    

* Harrington and Richardson Model 922 Nine Shot Revolver,
2006, Spring Americana, May 10, 11 & 12
22 caliber, serial number 188081,, 5.5" barrel stamped H&R Arms Company Worcester, Mass, USA H&R 922. Cylinder stamped Par1904 730.

Condition:  
Revolver retains ca 90% blued finish on barrel and frame. Cylinder has ca 60% blued finish fading to a nice light patina. Hammer retains ca 80% case hardened colors. Checkered walnut wood grips with some nicks on the bottom.
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ID'd WB with engravings of a tiger, a cat, a ship, a fish, stylized sun, heart, and a gentleman smoking a pipe. Total length 9". > Item Details
Smith & Wesson  First Model ,Third Issue Revolver,
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Savage Arms Co. Navy Model Revolver,
Lot # 113 - Savage Arms Co. Navy Model Revolver,
.36 caliber, 7" octagonal barrel stamped Savage RFA Co Middletown, CT/H.S. North Patented June 17, 1856/ January 18, 1850 May 15, 1860. Intricate two-finger trigger with wide trigger guard and curved hammer. > Item Details
Civil War Union Bull's-Eye Canteen,
Lot # 199 - Civil War Union Bull's-Eye Canteen,
with concentric rings covered in a light brown cotton cover with cork spout and pewter plug. Cotton webbed belt with iron fittings. Overall height 10". > Item Details
Winchester Model 1886 Rifle,
Lot # 284 - Winchester Model 1886 Rifle,
.45-70 caliber, serial number 12242, 25" barrel stamped Manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Co. New Haven, Conn. U.S.A./45-70. Tang stamped Model 1886. Underside of trigger guard stamped Pat Oct. 14, 1884 Jan. 20, 1885. > Item Details
CDV of Dr. David Livingston,
Lot # 1588 - CDV of Dr. David Livingston,
with backmark of E. & H.T. Anthony/ New York, script on verso identifies this as Sir Henry M. Stanley. Sir Henry M. Stanley (1841-1904), a special correspondent for the New York Herald, traveled the world covering stories from the Spanish Civil War to finding the famous missionary and explorer Dr. D... > Item Details
D.F. Barry Photograph of <i>Chief Gall</i> in Original Frame,
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silver gelatin print, oval portrait, 6" x 8" with title in negative, mounted in original oak frame, 12" x 15", with original printed label on reverse with portrait of Barry and brief bio of Chief Gall, also two printed D.F. Barry labels with Superior, WI address. > Item Details
Literary Poster for Harper's by Edward Penfield,
Lot # 1034 - Literary Poster for Harper's by Edward Penfield,
ca 1896, 13.5" x 18.5" with Penfield's "Bull's head" logo bottom right. Rendered in pink, red, yellow, green and blue with image of a lady with her book in hand. Harper's September. > Item Details
* German P-38 Automatic Pistol and Holster,
Lot # 533 - * German P-38 Automatic Pistol and Holster,
.34 caliber, serial number 5681N, left side of 7.75" barrel marked P38 and with safety lock. Black composite grips. Includes original clip. PLUS black leather holster ID'd on the inside S/SGT. Crowdus. > Item Details
Lot of Relic Gun Parts,
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Two Photographs of U. S. Grant's Horses,
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Great <i>Lincoln as Chemist</i> Civil War Cover,
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Three Sixth Plate Daguerreotypes of Great Lakes Indians,
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all are portraits of the same man with the third image of him holding hands with a child, possibly his son. Housed in tooled leather cases and with late 1840s to early 1850s-style mats. > Item Details
Two Sixth Plate Tintypes of American Indians,
Lot # 768 - Two Sixth Plate Tintypes of American Indians,
includes a seated portrait of a middle-aged woman in western-style dress with blanket over shoulder, and portrait of young teenaged boy in western dress, likely the son of the woman, both mounted in a scarce black Union case, double sixth plate with girl holding basket of flowers. > Item Details
Literary Poster for Lippincott's by J. J. Gould,
Lot # 1051 - Literary Poster for Lippincott's by J. J. Gould,
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W.P. Bliss Cabinet Card of a Comanche Man,
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1776 Newspaper Account of the Act Governing Privateers -- the American
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1829 Inaugural Speech by Andrew Jackson as Printed in the U.S. Telegraph,
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