Lot 109    

Three Early Wooden Ballot Boxes,
2005, Gallery Sale / Oct 21
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Ex Collection of Arene Burgess of Bethalto, Illinois
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LLadro (#1038 Girl Hiker)
Box of <i>Franklin Arsenal 1863, 5 Second Fuzes</i>,
Lot # 145 - Box of Franklin Arsenal 1863, 5 Second Fuzes,
with printed paper wrapping with scrollwork border that reads Franklin Arenal/1863/5 Second Fuzes. and 4 lines of smaller text of instructions, unopened with cloth tabs to expose each fuze, 3” x 2.2” x .7” thick. > Item Details
Two Lacy Glass Covered Sugar Bowls,
Lot # 102 - Two Lacy Glass Covered Sugar Bowls,
both colorless flint glass ca 1840-1850. Includes a pressed Gothic Arch covered sugar on foot, the design showing three different Gothic Arch elements, attributed to the Boston & Sandwich Glass Co.; see B & K I, fig. 1084; 4.75" diameter x 5.25" tall; AND another covered sugar bowl with mismatched t... > Item Details
LLADRO (#365 Choir Boy Walking)
Nice Early Camel Top Trunk.
Lot # 516 - Nice Early Camel Top Trunk.
Has nice Orig. Tin & Metal W/Wood Bands. Excellent Shape. > Item Details
Pair of Ching Dynasty Urns,
Lot # 105 - Pair of Ching Dynasty Urns,
ca 1900. Pleasing vertical lobed forms with short necks and flaring lips, and decorated overall with slate blue peonies with gilt accents, with lotus blossom lower borders; 14.5" tall. > Item Details
Leeds Four-Color Pearlware Can,
Lot # 106 - Leeds Four-Color Pearlware Can,
ca 1840, with tapered cylindrical form and simple C-scroll handle, decorated with polychrome bouquet of roses and wildflowers; illegible impressed mark & number 1 on bottom; 4.75" tall. > Item Details
Buffalo Bill Memorabilia,
Lot # 142 - Buffalo Bill Memorabilia,
lot of 4, includes sepia-toned photomechanical postcard portrait of Cody in western dress, PLUS a piece of stationary and envelope with Wild West Show letterhead, and a printed business card, all framed together in newer mat and frame, 13" x 15.75". > Item Details
U.S.S. <i>Maine</i> Memorabilia,
Lot # 146 - U.S.S. Maine Memorabilia,
lot of 13, includes a 4" x 5" silver print of the Maine, matted, 8" x 10", PLUS six brass or silver plated souvenir spoons, 2 with U.S.S. Maine in bowl and others with U.S.S. Olympia, PLUS aluminum medal with Avengers of the Maine on verso with 4 bust portrait of U.S. military officers from Spanish ... > Item Details
Group of Ten Grant & US Presidents CDVs,
Lot # 170 - Group of Ten Grant & US Presidents CDVs,
includes 6 various portraits of US Grant, 2 are lithographs, with composites of Our Peace Commissioners (1864), and 1866 and 1877 galleries of US Presidents, plus a common lithograph of Washington embracing Lincoln in heaven. One unusual oval Grant cdv by A.E. Alden, Providence, R.I. is affixed to ... > Item Details
LLADRO (#381 Harlequin Petting Cat)
Sixth Plate Ambrotype of 1st South Carolina Boy with Musket,
Lot # 137 - Sixth Plate Ambrotype of 1st South Carolina Boy with Musket,
the fresh-faced boy, not yet eighteen, is unidentified but wears a most unusual “rifleman’s” frock coat with the upper body made like a pleated battle shirt with hidden buttons and the lower skirt edged in a trim color. He carries full infantry leather accoutrements including cartridge box and bayo... > Item Details
Rare Gibson & Co. Cincinnati, Civil War Engraving,
Lot # 149 - Rare Gibson & Co. Cincinnati, Civil War Engraving,
entitled Battle of Carthage, Mo., with subtitle Gallant Attack of Col. Siegel's Div. on a Superior Force of Rebel Troops, July 5th 1861, 13" x 16". > Item Details
CDV Album with Three Military Views,
Lot # 138 - CDV Album with Three Military Views,
of undetermined ownership. Includes 3 ink-signed officer portraits among 24 mostly civilian views, the majority having Philadelphia back marks. The uniformed officers are: Bvt. Lt. Colonel Walter B. Pease by Broadbent & Co., Philadelphia. Pease had early service in the 1st Ohio before transferring ... > Item Details
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