Lot 88    

Wooden Handled Patch Knife Made From File,
2005, Historic Americana / Nov 16, 17 & 18
with 3.25" single edge blade with false edge, lead ferrule and single piece faceted hardwood grip, all with nice mellow patina, total length 6.75".

Provenance:  
Ex James and Carolyn Dresslar Collection


Condition:  
EXC.
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Currier & Ives <i>Sinking of the Cumberland</i>,
Lot # 1482 - Currier & Ives Sinking of the Cumberland,
entitled The Sinking of the Cumberland By The Iron Clad "Merrimac", Off Newport News Va. March 8th 1862, ca 12" x 16", archivally matted and framed in grain painted beveled frame, 19" x 23". > Item Details
Model 1882 U.S. Magazine Rifle <i>Chaffee-Reese</i>,
Lot # 414 - Model 1882 U.S. Magazine Rifle Chaffee-Reese,
45-70 caliber. Bolt-action magazine fit. Barrel marked with VP and eagle head proofs. Total production 753. Rear sight with proper CR markings on left side of rear sight. > Item Details
Civil War Brass Snare Infantry Drum,
Lot # 232 - Civil War Brass Snare Infantry Drum,
a scare Civil War drum with a body of metal, not wood, measuring 12.25" high and 15.9" diameter. The brass shell is extremely dark with age and does not appear to be metal at first glance (no dents or dings). The rims, however, are wooden and painted a deep aged red. The original rope and all leathe... > Item Details
Manuscript Account of the Death of Stonewall Jackson,
Lot # 1454 - Manuscript Account of the Death of Stonewall Jackson,
in reddish purple ink, on single letter sheet arranged horizontally on page. The text is as follows: Sunday morning, when it was apparent that he was rapidly sinking, Mrs. Jackson was informed of his condition. She then had free and full converse with him, and told him he was going to die. "He said ... > Item Details
Large Group of Late 19th-Early 20th Century Political Campaign Buttons,
Lot # 1677 - Large Group of Late 19th-Early 20th Century Political Campaign Buttons,
an eclectic group of forty-two (42) politicals and related celluloid buttons, fobs, studs and pins. Campaigns range from William McKinley and Charles Evans Hughes to William Howard Taft and William Jennings Bryan. Also includes a nice hopeful jugate for O'Dell & Higgins; a lovely, 1924 LaFollette ... > Item Details
<b>607A.</b>   * Savage 1899 Rifle,
Lot # 5000 - 607A. * Savage 1899 Rifle,
300 caliber, serial number 844311. Checkered stock and forearm. Case color lever. > Item Details
Lot of Three Massachusetts CDVs,
Lot # 1274 - Lot of Three Massachusetts CDVs,
a civilian view of John M.G. Parker, 1st Lt. & RQM, 30th Mass. Infantry, by "E. Jacobs, New Orleans," with an armed Capt. Andrew R. Wright, Co. Co. D. 3rd. Mass. Infantry, "J.H. Crittenden, Fall River, Mass." who mustered out in June 1863. Also, Corp. William A. Witherall, Co. D., 27th Mass. and VR... > Item Details
Rinehart Photograph of Custer Battlefield,
Lot # 765 - Rinehart Photograph of Custer Battlefield,
early silver print taken from the crest of the knoll looking down on the headstones and crosses of the fallen soldiers of the unfortunate 7th. Signed and titled in negative Copyright 1900 F.A. Rinehart, Omaha and The Custer Battlefield Showing Valley of the Little Big Horn, 7.25" x 9.5". > Item Details
Six Spanish American War Textiles,
Lot # 1801 - Six Spanish American War Textiles,
includes 18" square machine woven tapestry; PLUS 24" square chromo silk pillow sham; PLUS 13 star cotton parade flag, 8.5" x 11"; PLUS 50 star Rayon parade flag11" x 16"; PLUS a silk and paper wall hanging with U.S. flag and lithograph of U.S.S. Texas, 8" x 13"; AND a 34" x 68" stenciled burlap bann... > Item Details
Consul-General Lee Pressed Oak Ingraham Shelf Clock,
Lot # 516 - Consul-General Lee Pressed Oak Ingraham Shelf Clock,
eight day time and strike brass movement with painted dial with Roman numerals, gilt tablet with eagle in flight with crossed flags and arms. Pressed oak case in original finish with top having central uniformed shoulder length portrait of Gen. Lee, flanked by stacked cannon balls and crossed flags,... > Item Details
* Smith and Wesson Hand Ejector Model 22 Caliber Target,
Lot # 662 - * Smith and Wesson Hand Ejector Model 22 Caliber Target,
22 caliber, serial number 654541. Target manufactured on a 38 frame. Checkered wood grips with medallion. > Item Details
Six CDV's of Union Generals,
Lot # 1229 - Six CDV's of Union Generals,
all albumen includes U.S. Grant, D.E. Sickles, a young Joe Hooker, McClellan & wife and two different cdv's with composite images of 7 generals each. > Item Details
Photograph of Valley City, North Dakota by Landers & Brown,
Lot # 1015 - Photograph of Valley City, North Dakota by Landers & Brown,
great street scene with a photographer and his camera in foreground and militia in full regalia preparing to parade with flags flying and residents looking on, titled in negative lower left Line of March to Picnic Grounds/Valley City, Dak.-Jan. 1 1889/??? 60? in the shade, large brick 3-story buildi... > Item Details
Civil War Regulation 12-Button Enlisted Artillery Shell Jacket,
Lot # 246 - Civil War Regulation 12-Button Enlisted Artillery Shell Jacket,
made at the Cincinnati Depot of typical dark blue wool construction, partially hand-sewn, partially machined, faced with 3/8ā€ red tape along front, at bottom, around collar and ā€œVā€™sā€ on sleeves. Two rows of red tape down back ending in trimmed pillows. Mounted with 11 (missing 1) matching small ea... > Item Details
Lot of Five 44th N.Y. CDVs,
Lot # 1292 - Lot of Five 44th N.Y. CDVs,
all enlisted men from this famed Army of the Potomac regiment with two identified. First is Sgt. Jefferson W. Carr, Co. D. with a "Churchill & Dennison, Albany" back mark. Carr served with the 44th for the duration, fought on Little Round Top, and mustered out with the regiment at Albany in Octobe... > Item Details
Currier & Ives <i>The Union Volunteer</i>,
Lot # 1484 - Currier & Ives The Union Volunteer,
medium folio of the above title with Union flag bearer trampling CSA flag atop battlements, hand-colored, 13.5" x 18". > Item Details
D.F. Barry Photograph of Captain Tom Custer,
Lot # 740 - D.F. Barry Photograph of Captain Tom Custer,
signed oval portrait in 10.75? x 7.5? embossed presentation folder with printed biography and bearing portrait of Rain In The Face and 1316 Tower Ave., Superior, Wi. address for Barry?s studio; ca 1913. Tom Custer (1845-1876), the younger brother of George, also died at the Little Big Horn. > Item Details
Forehand and Wadsworth 1871 Pistol Manufacturing Patent,
Lot # 210 - Forehand and Wadsworth 1871 Pistol Manufacturing Patent,
No. 116,422 from the United States Patent Office dated June 17, 1871. The document is signed bottom middle by the Secretary of the Interior and the Commissioner of Patents. The first sentence reads Whereas Sullivan Forehand and Henry C. Wadsworth of Worcester, Massachusetts have alleged that they ha... > Item Details
Carl Moon Photographs
Lot # 917 - Carl Moon Photographs
lot of 4, includes two 6" x 10" photographs of his studio, a western style log house with stone chimney and porch, one exterior and second interior of hearth, in original frames; PLUS a hand colored Karl Moon photograph of a man and woman fishing along a western stream, 5.5" x 9", in original arts a... > Item Details
Tack Decorated Indian Trade Rifle Cut To Carbine,
Lot # 422 - Tack Decorated Indian Trade Rifle Cut To Carbine,
with ca 50 caliber 22" round barrel with removed sights, percussion lock marked Manton, engraved brass trigger guard and butt plate, cut maple stock with brass tack decoration along top, all with mellow old patina, total length 37.5". > Item Details
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