Lot 19    

William Robblee's Powder Horn,
2005, Historic Americana / Nov 16, 17 & 18
engraved in two lines William Robblee with dotted interiors, ring and flared spout with old wood plug and old thread wrap around 2" of neck area, flat spruce/fir plug carved with WR over EB, attached with brass/copper brads, total length 13.25", with fine old polished patina.

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Rare Custer Cyclorama Pamphlet,
Lot # 774 - Rare Custer Cyclorama Pamphlet,
Donnelle, A.J., Manager. Cyclorama Custer's Last Battle Or The Battle of the Little Big Horn. 1889, n.p., 30pp, large 8vo in illustrated blue paper wraps extensively illustrated with maps and engravings of all the major characters. > Item Details
Civil War Archive of Owen Moore, 3rd OVI, KIA Stones River,
Lot # 1440 - Civil War Archive of Owen Moore, 3rd OVI, KIA Stones River,
1861-1862, 3rd OVI, Co. B. Rust red binder with 70 ALsS.Organized at Camp Denison in June 1861, the 3rd Ohio Infantry (3 years service) served largely in the western theatre after a brief period in the mountains of West Virginia. In late November 1861, the regiment was transferred to Kentucky and wa... > Item Details
Four Identified Civil War CDVs,
Lot # 1258 - Four Identified Civil War CDVs,
three officers and an enlisted man. First is 1st Lieut. Alexander Parker of the 15th & 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry by “C.L. Lochman, Carlisle” with A.M. Parker/April 7, 1863 penciled on verso. Parker went from Anderson’s Independent Company Pennsylvania Cavalry to 1st Lieut., Company H, 15th PA Cavalr... > Item Details
<i>Spooner & Teales Brooklyn City Directory Municipal Register, 1848-49</i>,
Lot # 1763 - Spooner & Teales Brooklyn City Directory Municipal Register, 1848-49,
printed by F.B. Spooner, 1848, N.Y., 12mo in heavy card stock boards with printed paper cover pasted down and advertisement on rear board, in two parts, 1st having 286pp and 2nd 189pp. > Item Details
* Colt Officer's Model Target Revolver,
Lot # 583 - * Colt Officer's Model Target Revolver,
38 caliber, serial number 464762. This revolver was purchased by Winchester Repeating Arms Co. for the British Purchasing Commission for the Battle of Britain. Revolver has British proofs on frame, cylinder and barrel. Complete with British proof on cylinder. PLUS factory letter attesting that Winch... > Item Details
Five Spanish American War Etched Glass Tumblers,
Lot # 1785 - Five Spanish American War Etched Glass Tumblers,
all clear with acid etched U.S.S. Maine or Dewey portraits, four are 4" high and one is 6" high. > Item Details
Civil War .69 Cal. US Cartridge Box,
Lot # 148 - Civil War .69 Cal. US Cartridge Box,
with flaking on outside flap. A wider, shorter box for .69 roundball complete with interior tins and buckles. Loops for both shoulder strap and waist belt on back. Maker's name on inside flap. Sold with a reproduction "US" box plate. > Item Details
* Browning  Five-Shot Automatic Shotgun,
Lot # 654 - * Browning Five-Shot Automatic Shotgun,
12 gauge, serial number 422249. Walnut stock and forearm, marked Made in Belgium on receiver. Shotgun comes with an extra barrel that retains ca 98% of original blued finish. Also includes hand tooled leather case marked Red Head Brand Chicago. A > Item Details
Set of Fifty-One Spanish American War Chromolithographed Cello Pinbacks
Black Minstrel Handbill,
Lot # 1605 - Black Minstrel Handbill,
handbill reads Hedgehog’s Grand Combination of the Powers of Darkness, Will Exhibit At Jake Key’s Roost, Thursday Evening, May 5th, 1870. Progamme---Part 1st: Nigs I want to be Sheriff, The Evil Spirit is in me, Song-Amanda Black, (Tune, Double Trouble), “Hens and Chickens gone to roost,/Part 2nd: X... > Item Details
Truman Autographed Photo & Cover,
Lot # 1690 - Truman Autographed Photo & Cover,
TRUMAN, Harry S. (1884-1972) Thirty-third President 1945-53, taking Office following the death of F.D.R., Missouri Senator, jurist, haberdasher. While the initial “S” did not stand for a specific name, his parents chose it to avoid a display of favoritism -- his paternal grandfather’s name was S... > Item Details
* Remington Model 11-48 Shotgun,
Lot # 651 - * Remington Model 11-48 Shotgun,
28 gauge skeet, serial number 4026700. With blued metal and walnut stock and forearm. > Item Details
Admiral Wheeler Pressed Oak Welch Shelf Clock,
Lot # 525 - Admiral Wheeler Pressed Oak Welch Shelf Clock,
with key wind 8-day time and strike, spring driven brass movement with alarm, printed paper dial with Roman numerals, unmarked, pressed oak case with shoulder length uniformed portrait of Wheeler in civilian dress with laurel wreath surround, flanked by scroll work, sides flags and arms, and base wi... > Item Details
C.S. Fly Photograph of Geronimo and Natches,
Lot # 864 - C.S. Fly Photograph of Geronimo and Natches,
boudoir sized, with Fly's paper label on verso identifying the scene as from his series "Scene in Geronimo's Camp, the Apache Outlaw and Murderer." this image being No. 171 Geronimo and Natches Mounted. A well-known image, with Geronimo's son standing beside Natches. > Item Details
A. Zeno Shindler Photograph of Jason, a Nez Perce,
Lot # 710 - A. Zeno Shindler Photograph of Jason, a Nez Perce,
albumen 5" x 7" w/ Jackson Cat. #427 and unid. #220 ms. in neg., on 10 7/8? x 14? mount,in mat. Taken June 3,1868, Washington, D.C. > Item Details
Albumen of Cheyenne Encampment by Will Soule,
Lot # 706 - Albumen of Cheyenne Encampment by Will Soule,
a 6" x 8" albumen by Will Soule of a Cheyenne encampment near Fort Dodge or Camp supply. The man shown to the left of the Native Americans is Horace P. Jones an interpreter at Ft. Sill, O.T. Print is signed in the negative “Cheyenne Camp #15565”. A great view depicting Native Americans in the lat... > Item Details
U.S. Model 1880 Hunting Knife,
Lot # 460 - U.S. Model 1880 Hunting Knife,
first model knife with leather sheath and iron guard, serial number 168. Opposite side marked U.S. Springfield. Top of handle marked SWP 1881. > Item Details
Scarce Outlaw Books
Lot # 1057 - Scarce Outlaw Books
lot of 3, including Robber and Hero: The Story of the Raid on the First National Bank of Northfield Minnesota... by George Huntington, 1895, The Christian Way Co., Northfield Minn., 12mo in brown buckram, 119pp with all plates; PLUS When the Daltons Rode by Emmett Dalton & Jack Jungmeyer, 1931, Doub... > Item Details
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