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Eskimo Doll and Kayak
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Est $400 - $600
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Haida or Tlingit Raven Rattle,
Lot # 0 - Haida or Tlingit Raven Rattle,
ca 1820-1850 (Steve Brown, Personal Communication, December 2006). Finely carved of two sections of alder and polychrome decorated in black, red and green pigments. In the form of a raven carrying a human on it's back, his long tongue held in the beak of a kingfisher. The breast of the raven is carv... > Item Details
Chinese Scroll of Ducks
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Chinese, a printed scroll on rice paper depicting two ducks in a landscape with calligraphic text and three red seals; 49.5 x 25 in. > Item Details
Display Knife from the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair,
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35.5" nickel-plated blade. Blade has an etched panel of a factory in Germany. Nickel-plated quillon with ebony handle. Overall length 51.5". > Item Details
Hans Erni (b. 1909),
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lithograph depicting two nude figures, pencil signed lower right and numbered 10/120; 22" x 17"Franklin Folger (1919-2007) was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. His drawing ability was recognized at an early age, and following his high school education at Withrow High School, Folger enrolled in ... > Item Details
CDV of Lucretia Mott, Abolitionist,
Lot # 1667 - CDV of Lucretia Mott, Abolitionist,
anonymous CDV of Lucretia seated with book in her lap. > Item Details
Mexican Sterling Silver Salad Fork
Photographic Archive of Captain Richard King, Founder of American Ranching,
Lot # 674 - Photographic Archive of Captain Richard King, Founder of American Ranching,
a group of 8 daguerreotype portraits and 25 later cabinet, cdv and other paper images. The Daguerreotypes include an anonymous quarter plate believed to be Captain Richard King; three sixth plate daguerreotypes of a woman believed to be Henrietta Chamblain King, one in which she wears a Mexican bla... > Item Details
Two  Miniature Watercolors of Court Life
Lot # 458 - Two Miniature Watercolors of Court Life
English or Continental, titled "The Court Jester" and "17th Century Scene at Court." Mounted in Gilt matching frames, 7.25" x 8.5". > Item Details
Eskimo Soapstone Puffin by Joe Emiqutailaq (1918- ),
Lot # - Eskimo Soapstone Puffin by Joe Emiqutailaq (1918- ),
1934 signed in syllabics and disk number; dated on base, height 10" x length 4". > Item Details
Courtney & Tennant CSA Sword,
Lot # - Courtney & Tennant CSA Sword,
with 33.5" single-edged steel blade with false-edge and 3/4-length fuller stamped in rectangle on right ricasso CSA and over-stamped with armory markings WD with arrow above and E/57, left ricasso with three line stamp Courtney &/Tennant/Charleston SC, single-piece iron guard/knuckle bow/pommel with... > Item Details
US M1883 NCO Fatigue Blouse & M1885 Trousers,
Lot # - US M1883 NCO Fatigue Blouse & M1885 Trousers,
a complete uniform including original an set of double-front suspenders for an artillery sergeant of the late Indian Wars period. The blouse is of simple construction with five eagle buttons down the front and fold over collar made of dark blue wool now without the branch of service piping found on... > Item Details
Indian War Era Non-Regulation Hooded Cape,
Lot # - Indian War Era Non-Regulation Hooded Cape,
having lined interior with red branch of service color, five exterior eagles buttons, and remnants of tailor?s label sewn under collar. This decidedly non-regulation cloak has a detachable, lined hood secured with metal hook & eyes on either side and three composition buttons. The cloak is medium o... > Item Details
Chinese Executioner's Sword,
Charles Wilson Peale Museum Silhouette,
Lot # - Charles Wilson Peale Museum Silhouette,
hollow-cut silhouette of a gentleman on wove paper bearing the embossed stamp of a spread eagle and Peale's Museum. In a Civil War-era embossed paper photograph case with the impressed mark of W. & F. Langenheim, 210 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. Ca 1810-1830; 4" x 3" (w/o case), 4.75" x 3.75" (w/ca... > Item Details
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