Lot 112    

Fine Inlaid Anglo-Indian Trinket Box & Victorian Lap Desk,
2005, Gallery Sale / Oct 21
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Chinese Eight-Panel Screen,
Lot # 118 - Chinese Eight-Panel Screen,
mixed woods. Each panel is elaborately pierced and with a central carving of figures, possibly Chinese deities, and all can be joined by iron hooks. Retains its original lacquered finish with gilt accents. Shanxi Province, mid-19th century; each panel measures 90" x 20.5, overall approx. 90" x 1... > Item Details
John Fremont Campaign Medal,
Lot # 143 - John Fremont Campaign Medal,
1856 political badge. On top is an eagle with a shield on its chest, attached below is a political token with a raised profile and the words John C. Fremont Free Soil & Free Speech. On the verso is an eagle with the words United States of America. A nice example from the first Republican candidate... > Item Details
Large Albumen of Admiral Dewey
Lot # 148 - Large Albumen of Admiral Dewey
fine anonymous portrait in uniform, 13" x 19", matted and famed 22.5" x 28.25". > Item Details
Hand Painted Mogul Miniature on Manuscript Page,
Lot # 101 - Hand Painted Mogul Miniature on Manuscript Page,
3" x 4.5" rectangular polychrome landscape painting of lion hunt with two mounted figures, a resting camel, two lion's and 3 spearmen on foot, with blocks of text above and below on paper 5.3" x 9.5", mounted in new shadowbox frame; 11.5" x 15.5". > 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
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
LLADRO (# 241 Dove)
LLADRO(#697 Little Valencia Girl)
Chinese Grain Storage Chest,
Lot # 120 - Chinese Grain Storage Chest,
mortise and tenon construction, in elm. With 2 lift lids on top, 2 doors below, and period-style brass hardware. In an old, lacquered finish. Hebei Province, mid-19th century; 36.25" high x 37" wide x 22" deep. > Item Details
1910 Western Ammunition Calendar, & Repro. 1910 Peters Shell Calendar
Lot # 128 - 1910 Western Ammunition Calendar, & Repro. 1910 Peters Shell Calendar
Western Ammunition calendar is entitled The Warning. Depicts a moose in marsh looking up at birds flying by overhead. Calendar is also detached and separate. 16.75" x 29.75", AND the reproduction Peters Calendar depicts two hunters amongst brush with shotguns hunting geese by the lakeside, with a te... > Item Details
LLadro (#1038 Girl Hiker)
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
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
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
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
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