Lot 17    

Early Carved Priming Powder Horn,
2005, Historic Americana / Nov 16, 17 & 18
fluted body with dovetailed horn strap at one side attached at plug end with woven sinew. Wooden plughole for removing powder with sinew braided strap attached with wooden peg.

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Patriotic & Political Pattern Glass Finger Lamps,
Lot # 1653 - Patriotic & Political Pattern Glass Finger Lamps,
lot of 2, includes an Atterbury amber Log Cabin patent flat hand lamp with period brass Taplin-Brown No. 1 collar with two patent dates stamped on the sides Pat'd Apr 13 1875 / Mar 21 1876. This lamp was manufactured using the process described in Atterbury's June 30, 1868 patent for a 4-part mold;... > Item Details
Early Reprint of Robert Stuart's 1813 Trip from Astoria to St. Louis,
Lot # 1059 - Early Reprint of Robert Stuart's 1813 Trip from Astoria to St. Louis,
an 11" x 17.5" (tabloid) newspaper, Windham Herald Vol. XXIII Thursday July 8, 1813, Numbs. 1166, Windham Conn. Printed By J. Bryne & Son. Single folded sheet on laid paper with all of 1st and part of second pages reprinting the above account from the Missouri Gazette American Enterprise. Robert St... > Item Details
War of 1812 Engraved  Powder Horn,
Lot # 57 - War of 1812 Engraved Powder Horn,
engraved with initials MF and Jun 1812, folksy landscape with 2-story home with 2 chimneys, trees, rooster and fenced yard, plus a 3-masted schooner with Masonic symbols and floral and geometric designs, throat with engrailed edge with hexagonal spout, spruce/pine plug end with chip carved geometric... > Item Details
Signed <i>Samuel Stull</i> Curly Maple Full Stock Rifle,
Lot # 20 - Signed Samuel Stull Curly Maple Full Stock Rifle,
with ca 40 caliber 37.35" long octagonal barrel with notched rear and standing front sights, with engraved signature on top of barrel S. Stull. Millwood. Knox Co. Ohio. 1852, unmarked percussion lock with scroll engraving, brass trigger guard, butt plate, engraved back plate and fine engraved patch ... > Item Details
Hunting Pouch and Two Shot Flasks,
Lot # 15 - Hunting Pouch and Two Shot Flasks,
fine large bag in sewn brown cowhide with original leather shoulder strap and front closure strap with steel buckle; 12" wide and high; AND two leather flasks one with shot-type brass nozzle and other with powder-type brass nozzle/measure; each with original straps; 15" (shot) and 18.5" (powder), ex... > Item Details
Handbill Autographed by Sgt. Alvin York,
Lot # 1724 - Handbill Autographed by Sgt. Alvin York,
illustrated handbill advertising the appearance and story of Sergt. Alvin C. York at the New Trier Township High School, Saturday, March 8th… with photomechanical print of York in uniform, autographed in pencil Sgt. Alvan C. York on verso, presented by the Wilmette Post 46 American Legion, 5” x 7.75... > Item Details
Fine Colored Infantry 9th Regimental Silk Flag
Lot # 337 - Fine Colored Infantry 9th Regimental Silk Flag
regimental flag of the 9th Regiment of United States Volunteers, a colored regiment in existence from June 18, 1898 to May 24, 1899. The flag is made of double-sided silk with double-sided embroidered appliqué³ and edged with gold silk fringe. It measures 69" x 52", with a medium dark blue field an... > Item Details
CDV of Bvt. Captain David Hazzard, 11th US Infantry,
Lot # 1159 - CDV of Bvt. Captain David Hazzard, 11th US Infantry,
by "Whitehurst, Washington" with "D. Hazzard/11th US Infty/April/63" inked on verso. Hazzard joined the regulars as a private in Company F. 11th US Infantry in December 1861 and was promoted through the ranks. He was a 2nd lieutenant at Gettysburg serving in Ayres Division and was brevetted Captain... > Item Details
ID'd M1850 Foot Officer's Sword from a Pennsylvania Officer,
Lot # 285 - ID'd M1850 Foot Officer's Sword from a Pennsylvania Officer,
with unmarked 30.2" single-edged blade with 12" false edge and 3/4-length fuller, with etched scrollwork and U.S., engraved in front of left ricasso Eisenhower, with single-piece cast brass quillon/guard/knuckle bow with scrolled quillon, open floral guard with US and reeded bow with slot for sword ... > Item Details
One Bull's War Club Used at the Battle of Little Big Horn,
Lot # 823 - One Bull's War Club Used at the Battle of Little Big Horn,
stone-headed war club, with sinew-sewn rawhide over wood handle, with bands of decorative beading and beaded fringed drop, total length (minus fringed drop) 21.5". Accompanied by extensive notes about One Bull and the club, collected by Colonel Alfred Burton Welch of Mandan, North Dakota, in 1937. ... > Item Details
Model 1894 Winchester,
Lot # 409 - Model 1894 Winchester,
25-35 caliber, serial number 174871 Half-round, half-octagon barrel. Button magazine. 26" barrel. Pistol grip semi-deluxe. Shotgun button. Complete with Lyman rear tang sight. > Item Details
James McLaughlin's Standing Rock Agency  Manuscript Copy Book for 1890-91,
Lot # 815 - James McLaughlin's Standing Rock Agency Manuscript Copy Book for 1890-91,
letter press copy book, 4to, in original cloth binding, cover and spine with inked FROM December 13.1890 TO June 18. 1891, 500 pp. With typed pastedown on front inside board indicating that the book was given to Colonel Alfred B. Welch on February 16, 1925 by Charlie McLaughlin, son of James McLau... > Item Details
Salted Paper Print Photograph of W.H. West, Frontiersman,
Lot # 672 - Salted Paper Print Photograph of W.H. West, Frontiersman,
ca 1857-1858, 6.35" x 7.8" mounted on 11 x 14" cream card stock. Probably taken in Washington by James Mclees or Julian Vannerson as part of a series of portraits of prominent Americans. West was first cousin of W.F. Lander, the transcontinental explorer, and this image of a young West in frontier ... > Item Details
Model 1889 Round Rod Bayonet Springfield Trapdoor Rifle,
Lot # 394 - Model 1889 Round Rod Bayonet Springfield Trapdoor Rifle,
45-70 caliber, serial number 515731. Breechblock is dated 1884. Lockplate with U.S. Springfield and U.S. Springfield U.S. Eagle markings. Buffington rear sight. > Item Details
Modoc Chief Captain Jack Made the Night Before His Hanging, Plus,
Lot # 879 - Modoc Chief Captain Jack Made the Night Before His Hanging, Plus,
lot of 2, including a one page letter, written on Headquarters District of the Lakes, Fort Klamath Oregon , October 2, 1873 with the following manuscript notation: "Signature of the Modoc Chief the evening before his execution Captain X Jack mark Chief of Lost river Modocs Signed by Frank C. Wheato... > Item Details
Outdoor Albumen Of 44th N.Y.,
Lot # 1431 - Outdoor Albumen Of 44th N.Y.,
a published panoramic of the famous Army of the Potomac regiment "on dress parade" attributed to Brady. One of a series of photographs taken in March 1864 while "Ellsworth Avenger's" were in winter quarters above Alexandria, Virginia. This same photograph is captioned facing p.178 of Nash's History... > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Captain George Todd, Quantrill Raider,
Lot # 973 - Cabinet Card of Captain George Todd, Quantrill Raider,
with imprint of Burdge of Independence, Missouri. With penciled identification in period hand on verso Captain Geo. Todd Died - 1863. This portrait from possession of Capt. Ben Morrow. This image, likely a copy of a tintype, shows Todd clad in a Union second Lieutenant's frock coat; Todd, like man... > Item Details
Civil War Buff Leather Waist Belt with Oval US Plate,
Lot # 224 - Civil War Buff Leather Waist Belt with Oval US Plate,
mint condition buff leather faded dark brown outside, light buff color inside. Original oval US plate is in virtually "new" condition retaining thin gilt finish. Complete with brass keeper. Leather is clean, pliable and basically like new. Obviously, this belt was never issued. > Item Details
* Remington Model 11-48 Shotgun,
Lot # 650 - * Remington Model 11-48 Shotgun,
410 gauge skeet, serial number 4119273. Walnut stock and forearm, blued receiver and barrel. > Item Details
Monroe Mich. Autograph Book Signed by Libby Bacon (Custer),
Lot # 773 - Monroe Mich. Autograph Book Signed by Libby Bacon (Custer),
4to autograph album in red cloth with embossed cover Forget Me Not Album inscribed to Henrietta Peltier, Monroe, Mich., 1856 / by a friend on ffep. Back of frontis has address label of later Grosvenor descendant (label has zip code, so label probably post-1960). Included among the many autographs is... > Item Details
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