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Mexican Sterling Silver Belt
Lot # 279 - Mexican Sterling Silver Belt
handmade belt consisting of 20 links; marked Sterling and Mexico, link 1.5 in. square. 
ca 1940
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Museum Quality Antique Copy of Magnificent Armorial Helmet
Lot # 208 - Museum Quality Antique Copy of Magnificent Armorial Helmet
Showing VR with crown cipher circa 19th century. Queen Victoria authorized high quality copies of National Treasure quality armor to be made and sold through museum benefit programs to collectors over 100 years ago. This helmet is cast Elkington metal and shows intricate detailing with gold painted decoration on a blue-black background. The helmet shows multi-headed dragons on each side in raised relief surrounded by intricate floral scrolls.
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*Furr Arms 1/3 Scale Copy of Model 1883 Gatling Gun
Lot # 391 - *Furr Arms 1/3 Scale Copy of Model 1883 Gatling Gun
.22 caliber, 12" barrels, S/N 89. A 1/3 scale functional model of an 1883 Gatling gun, manufactured by Colt. The barrels are fully encased in a brass shroud. With 60 round donut-shaped Accles drum magazine. With brass furnishings and a walnut carriage with spoked wheels with the outer edges reinforced with brass. A pair of brass ammunition boxes are mounted on the carriage. 23" width, 21" height, 29" length.
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Civil War Albumen Photograph of the 126th New York at Their Final Encampment, June 1865
Lot # - Civil War Albumen Photograph of the 126th New York at Their Final Encampment, June 1865
Oval albumen photograph on a mount with the imprinted title Camp of the 126th N.Y.S. Volunteers / At their last Encampment near Bailey's Cross Roads, Va., June, 1865, and identification of the soldiers.  The 126th NY famously repelled Picket's charge at Gettysburg. Print 4.25 x 6.5 in. oval on a larger mount, framed to 12.25 x 14.5 in.
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Civil War Stereoviews of the <i>Ambulance Corps</i> and <i>Hospital at Fredericksburg, Va.</i>, by Taylor and Huntington
Lot # - Civil War Stereoviews of the Ambulance Corps and Hospital at Fredericksburg, Va., by Taylor and Huntington
Lot of 2 stereoviews published by Taylor & Huntington, circa 1890, from the original E. & H.T. Anthony & Co. negatives, including:

No. 740 - Hospital at Fredericksburg, VA., May, 1864, with description on verso, This is one of the hospitals established by the Sanitary Commission, in Fredericksburg, Va., during the Wilderness Campaign, in 1864. The wounded are from Kearney's Division, and are being cared for by the noble Sanitary Commission.

No. 1078 - The Ambulance Corps, with description on verso, This view shows the method of removing the wounded from the field by the Ambulance Corps. In no previous war in the history of the world was so much done to alleviate suffering as in the war of 1861-1865. But notwithstanding all that was done, the wounded suffered horribly. After any great battle it required several days and nights of steady work ere all the wounded were gathered up, and no pen nor tongue can tell how they suffered while waiting for the Ambulance Corps.
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Eva Wolfe (Cherokee, 1922-2004) Double-Walled Basket Descended in the family of Asa Glascock (1898-1965)
Lot # 420 - Eva Wolfe (Cherokee, 1922-2004) Double-Walled Basket Descended in the family of Asa Glascock (1898-1965)
square basket woven of river cane dyed using black walnut and bloodroot; handwritten note inside basket reads: double weave/ made of river cane, blk walnut & bloodroot dye/ made by Eva Wolfe, Cherokee Indians, Cherokee, NC/ made in 1967, height 4 in. x width 8.75 in.
1967

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Plateau Beaded Hide Saddle Bags From the US Children's Museum on the 19th Century
Lot # 73 - Plateau Beaded Hide Saddle Bags From the US Children's Museum on the 19th Century
thread and sinew-sewn with panels decorated using faceted beads; long, thick fringe and hawk bells hang at sides, overall length 105 in. x width 13 in.
ca 1900
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Westley Richards Deeley-Edge Patent Single-Shot, Falling Block Rifle
Lot # 704 - Westley Richards Deeley-Edge Patent Single-Shot, Falling Block Rifle
Marked for #2 (.450 Bore) case, 47” overall with 30” octagonal barrel. With 7-leaf Afrikan folding rear sight, bank note scroll engraved action and #370 stamped on the barrel.
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Charlie James (Kwakwaka'wakw, 1867-1938) Attributed Polychrome Totem
Lot # 30 - Charlie James (Kwakwaka'wakw, 1867-1938) Attributed Polychrome Totem
two figure pole painted in green, red, and black; unsigned, height 13.5 in.
first quarter 20th century
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Model 1816 Musket with <i>Butterfield</i> Priming System
Lot # 60 - Model 1816 Musket with Butterfield Priming System
.69 caliber, 42" round barrel. Lock is marked on the front Butterfields Patent Dec 11, 1855 Philada.  Marked in the rear of lockplate Phila  1836.  A copper band over the top barrel about .5" from the breech. Walnut stock with three barrel bands and a extra iron strap on the bottom just behind the rear barrel band.  What is interesting about this conversion is that it is a one-of-kind; the barrel was made so it would tip up.  There is a specimen illustrated in the book by Lewis Winant, Early Percussion Firearms, 1959: page 190.
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**Model 1903 Colt Pocket Automatic Pistol
Lot # 674 - **Model 1903 Colt Pocket Automatic Pistol
.38 caliber, 4.375" round barrel, S/N 39790. Blue finish with hard rubber grips.
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