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Sheraton Five-Drawer Chest
Lot # 134 - Sheraton Five-Drawer Chest
Probably American, 19th century. A Sheraton chest of drawers in mahogany with a hardwood and pine secondary, having a rectangular top with reeded edges and paneled sides, with two aligned drawers above three graduated long drawers, the fronts cockbeaded and fitted with brass pulls, all over a shaped apron and rising on turned legs with mushroom feet; ht. 42.75, wd. 39.5, dp. 21.5 in.
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Summer and Winter Single Panel Coverlets
Lot # 165 - Summer and Winter Single Panel Coverlets
American, 19th century. A pair of single panel summer and winter coverlets in blue and white, both in a variation Lover's Knot pattern with fringe two sides; 89 x 37 in. (each).
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Timothy O'Sullivan Wheeler Expedition Photograph, <i>Grand Canon, Colorado River, Mouth of Kanab Wash, Looking East</i>
Lot # 364 - Timothy O'Sullivan Wheeler Expedition Photograph, Grand Canon, Colorado River, Mouth of Kanab Wash, Looking East
Albumen photograph, titled on mount recto, Grand Canon of the Colorado River, Mouth of Kanab Wash, Looking East, with T.H. O'Sullivan Phot. lower left and No. 6 lower right, 7.875 x 10.75 in., mounted on larger printed War Department cardstock, 15.5 x 18.875 in. Produced by O'Sullivan during the Wheeler Expedition of 1872.
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Cleveland & Stevenson Campaign Flag
Lot # 210 - Cleveland & Stevenson Campaign Flag
Printed cotton, 44-star flag, 39 x 64 in., with 44 printed stars and a printed cotton strip sewn across the bottom, stamped, Cleveland and Stevenson. From Grover Cleveland's successful 1892 campaign against Benjamin Harrison, when he became the first president to be elected to non-consecutive terms.
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Snake Wood Cane with Fraternal Symbol
Lot # 233 - Snake Wood Cane with Fraternal Symbol
American. A one-piece cane with knob handle having two relief interlacing snakes along shaft and a fraternal motif towards handle, between the two snake heads, no ferrule; lg. 36 in.
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Civil War CDV Album Containing Confederate & Union Generals and Politicians
Lot # 45 - Civil War CDV Album Containing Confederate & Union Generals and Politicians
Re-bound leather album containing 37 CDVs and tintypes.  Notables include: Abraham Lincoln, uncredited vignette with period inscription about his assassination on verso; John Wilkes Booth, uncredited; CSA Gen. John B. Magruder; CSA Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard; CSA Gen. Felix Zollicoffer; CSA Gen. Joseph E. Johnston; CSS Alabama Capt. Raphael Semmes; Gen. John Hunt Morgan, albumen print of an illustration, with verso revenue stamp with cancelation stamp of Olsen, Shreveport, LA; lithographed carte of an engraving of Libby Prison; In Memoriam hand-colored carte featuring the second national flag of the CSA, backmark of Bryan & McCarter, Columbia, SC; Union Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, vignette by Brady with verso revenue stamp; Union Gen. McClellan and wife, backmark of Anthony/Brady, with revenue stamp; Union Gen. W.T. Sherman, uncredited; Capt. Martin Van Buren Richardson, 2nd USVRC, late 4th New Hampshire, carte in civilian clothing, signed on verso and with revenue stamp; carte of a Union Navy assistant paymaster, identified on verso as Henry St. John of the steamer Restless; an unidentified Union cavalry sergeant; an unidentified Union lieutenant; three unidentified Union privates; a tintype of two men displaying slices of fruit; and 16 CDVs and tintypes of civilian men, women, and children.
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Sulphide Marbles
Lot # 362 - Sulphide Marbles
Two sulphide marbles, including a rooster and a llama(?); largest dia. 1 1/2 in.
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Solid Core Swirl Marbles
Lot # 377 - Solid Core Swirl Marbles
Three solid core swirl marbles; dia. 1 3/8, 1 5/8, 1 3/4 in.
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Thomas Jefferson Memorial Folk Art Cane Attributed to T. J. Craddock
Lot # 235 - Thomas Jefferson Memorial Folk Art Cane Attributed to T. J. Craddock
American, 1895. A wooden cane with an L-shaped handle, decorated with carved inscriptions recounting elements of Thomas Jefferson's biography, including his dying words I resign my spirit to God, My daughter to my country and indicating that the cane was cut near Jefferson's Tomb, Monticello VA; lg. 35.5 in.
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<i>Group of Chiefs of the Sacs and Foxes</i>, 1870, Albumen Photograph by Gardner or Bell
Lot # 306 - Group of Chiefs of the Sacs and Foxes, 1870, Albumen Photograph by Gardner or Bell
Albumen photograph, 5.5 x 7.75 in. on an 8.75 x 11 in. mount with the inked title Group of Chiefs of the Sacs and Foxes, followed by a brief description stating the tribes were first found by Europeans along the Mississippi River and from the Green Bay westward past the Mississippi, their names mean White Clays and Red Clays, their language derives from "Algonkin stock," and they signed a treaty with the government in 1870. No photographer's credit, but most likely by Gardner or Bell.
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Early Tin Game Bird Trade Sign
Lot # 167 - Early Tin Game Bird Trade Sign
American. An early hollow tin partridge trade sign in original paint, mounted on a wrought iron frame in green paint with applied scrolls; ht. 28, wd. 26.5 in.
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