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**Warner Arms Corp (Davis-Warner) <i>Infallible</i> Pistol
Lot # 1276 - **Warner Arms Corp (Davis-Warner) Infallible Pistol
This is a rare WW I era semi-automatic. It was produced from 1914 - 1920.  This specimen shows the original bluing in some of the protected areas.
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US Civil War Artillery Officers Sword by Ames
Lot # 1194 - US Civil War Artillery Officers Sword by Ames
32" curved plain blade with single fuller, single brass knuckle guard, most of the leather wrap, Maker marked at ricasso Ames Mfg, Chicopee Mass in a banner. On the reverse in three lines U.S. JH dated 1862.  Metal scabbard.
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Four CDVs: John J. Abercrombie, Benj. Alvord, Adelbert Ames, Robert Anderson
Lot # 32 - Four CDVs: John J. Abercrombie, Benj. Alvord, Adelbert Ames, Robert Anderson
Lot of 4: Brady/Anthony CDV of Brigadier General John Abercrombie, ink identified beneath portrait. CDV by Edouart's Gallery, San Francisco, of Paymaster General Benjamin Alvord in profile. Brady/Anthony carte of Brevet Major General Adelbert Ames awarded CMOH for First Manassas. Appleton & Co. carte of Brevet Major General Robert Anderson of Fort Sumter fame.
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Rare Civil War Major General Frock Coat
Lot # 2 - Rare Civil War Major General Frock Coat
High quality navy blue double breasted Major General Frock Coat with gilded staff officer's buttons aligned in rows of three set in a distinct "lyre" configuration. Dark navy velvet on collar and non-serviceable cuffs. Buttons are manufactured by Waterbury & Co. Medium dark olive lining with aged white sleeves and red stripes. Closely quilted pattern throughout chest and shoulders. Interior label says "Property of" with the rest obliterated. Skirt measures 22 in. to a rough edge. Elbows are belled measuring at 10 in. in width. Rear of coat has 3 large seams that lead to a center vent. Center vent has 2 buttons at top and middle. Shoulder straps with a dark background and 2 sliver bullion stars with large bullion border and 2 small outlining the large bullion. Sadly, this rare uniform is unidentified but is said to have originated from a defunct historical society on the East Coast according to information relayed to the consignor at the time of purchase.
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Three CDVs, New York BBGs: John Tidball, Thomas Thorp, James Lyman Van Buren
Lot # 419 - Three CDVs, New York BBGs: John Tidball, Thomas Thorp, James Lyman Van Buren
Lot of 3: Sutton & Newman carte of of Bvt. Brig. Gen. Thomas J. Thorp alongside his wife, Capt., 85th NY Inf.; Col., 1st NY Dragoons; POW Trevillian Station, VA 6/64 (confined at Macon, GA and Columbia, SC); received single brevet. H.W. Vaughan carte of Bvt. Brig. Gen. John Tidball, signed on verso with 1866 date, Lt. Col., US Army 1st Light Artillery; Col., 4th New York Heavy Artillery; received 3 brevets. CDV of Bvt. Brig. Gen. James Lyman Van Buren, by Wenderoth, Taylor & Brown, Philadelphia, Maj., Judge Advocate, & Aide-de-Camp to Gen. Burnside; Signal Officer for Gen. Foster; cousin of US Pres. Martin Van Buren; received single brevet.
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Four CDVs, Including Staff Officer BBGs: John Sprague, Anson Stager, William Strong, William Thurston
Lot # 266 - Four CDVs, Including Staff Officer BBGs: John Sprague, Anson Stager, William Strong, William Thurston
Lot of 4: Early war view of Bvt. Brig. Gen. John T. Sprague as company grade officer, by S.J. Thompson, Albany, NY, Col., 7th US Inf., received single brevet. Post-war copyshot of Bvt. Brig. Gen. Anson Stager, by Dodge, Chicago, with inked information on verso, Chief of U.S. Military Telegraphs; ADC to Halleck at War Dept. in Washington 2/62; originated and developed the military telegraph cipher system; received single brevet. Before the war, Stager was general superintendent of Western Union and later vice president. Brady carte of Bvt. Brig. Gen. William E. Strong, ink signed Strong on verso, Capt., 2nd Wisconsin; Lt. Col. and Asst. Inspector Gen., 12th Wisconsin Inf., Field and Staff; received single brevet. Addis, Washington, D.C. carte of Bvt. Brig. Gen. William H. Thurston, inked Thurston on verso, Capt., 52nd Indiana Inf.; Lt. Col. and Asst. Inspector Gen., U.S. Vols.; received single brevet. 
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*Sig P226 <i>Equinox</i> Semi-Auto Pistol
Lot # 1470 - *Sig P226 Equinox Semi-Auto Pistol
.40 S&W caliber, 4.5" barrel, S/N U762777. Stainless steel black finish, black wood grips, two 12-rd. magazines. Original box and papers.
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Urwin & Rodgers Percussion Knife Pistol
Lot # 718 - Urwin & Rodgers Percussion Knife Pistol
.31 caliber, 3.5" barrel. Marked James Rodgers Sheffield. Two blades, folding trigger, horn handles.
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US Civil War Medical Canteen
Lot # 1157 - US Civil War Medical Canteen
12" x 9" slightly curved rectangular tin canteen with brass screw cap.  Complete with adjustable leather shoulder sling.
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Victorian Scottish Dirk
Lot # 1321 - Victorian Scottish Dirk
14" spear point blade, unmarked, studded wooden handle with crown jewels on each handle. Leather scabbard with small knife and fork mounted on front.
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*Merkel Model 147EL Side-by-Side Double-Barrel Shotgun
Lot # 1052 - *Merkel Model 147EL Side-by-Side Double-Barrel Shotgun
12 ga., 28" barrels choked C/IC, S/N 385332. Engraved nickel finish receiver, blue barrels, fancy walnut checkered stocks, beavertail fore end, double triggers, cocking indicators. Original leather luggage case.
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