Lot 124    

Ink on Paper after Charles Dana Gibson,
2005, Gallery Sale / Oct 21
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LLadro (#1038 Girl Hiker)
Thermoplastic Ladies Hand Mirror and Watch Case Atomizer,
Lot # 136 - Thermoplastic Ladies Hand Mirror and Watch Case Atomizer,
lot of 2, both 19th century. Includes a fine black thermoplastic lady's hand mirror with central medallion of woman's bust; marked on reverse of handle with patent date 1866 and Florence, 12" long; AND a purse atomizer in the shape of a pocket watch marked American Hard Rubber Co. / New York on obve... > Item Details
Chinese Lacquered Clothespress,
Lot # 117 - Chinese Lacquered Clothespress,
in elm. With 2 doors up top and 2 drawers below, with carved returns, and with brass hardware. The interior of the upper section has 2 drawers over shelves over a lower storage area. Retains its original red-lacquered surface with gilt decoration. Shanxi Province, mid-19th century; 77.5" high x ... > 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
<i>Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia 1862</i>,
Lot # 152 - Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia 1862,
Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia, Passed at Adjourned Session, 1863, and New Constitution of Virginia, with the Amended Bill of Rights, as Adopted by the Reform Convention of 1850-51, and Amended by the Convention of 1860-61. Richmond: William F. Ritchie, printer, 1862. 8vo, bo... > Item Details
Pair of Early Cut Glass Decanters,
Lot # 103 - Pair of Early Cut Glass Decanters,
ca 1850-1860, likely English, of colorless lead glass, with 10-paneled side, cut shoulders, triple faceted neck rings, flared cut lips, ground & puntied bottoms, and paneled, air-trap stoppers; 11.5" tall. > Item Details
LLADRO (#251 Yawning Dog)
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
Paint-Decorated Sewing Caddy,
Lot # 107 - Paint-Decorated Sewing Caddy,
retaining its original red and gold painted surface with applied, chromolithographed floral decorations and central, Currier and Ives-type vignette. Interior has 3 compartments and a mirrored lid; 5" high x 13" wide x 7.5" deep. Published in Burgess, 19th Century Wooden Boxes, p. 47. > Item Details
LLADRO (#365 Choir Boy Walking)
Cizhou Wine Storage Jar,
Lot # 116 - Cizhou Wine Storage Jar,
earthenware vessel with white glaze and brown over-glaze designs, China, 18th century; 20.5" x 12" (diameter at shoulder). > 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
LLADRO (# 241 Dove)
Portraits of Dr. Thomas Moore and Ann Deliah Harris Moore of Aberdeen, Ohio,
Lot # 115 - Portraits of Dr. Thomas Moore and Ann Deliah Harris Moore of Aberdeen, Ohio,
both oil on canvas. He's in a black suit, she's in a lace-trimmed black dress. Mid-19th century, in their original, oval, gilt and gesso frames; 23.25" x 19" (w/o frames), 30.25" x 25.5" (w/frames). Dr. Thomas Moore and Ann Deliah Harris Moore moved to Aberdeen and he started a medical practice. ... > Item Details
Chinese Scholar's Desk,
Lot # 121 - Chinese Scholar's Desk,
in mixed soft woods and elm. With 2 drawers, a beaded skirt, square legs, and hoof feet. In an old, red-lacquered surface. Hebei Province, mid-19th century; 33.25" high x 58" wide x 29.25" deep. > Item Details
Pyro Glove Boxes & Carved Box,
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
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