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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Admiral Dewey Ingraham Pressed Oak Shelf Clock,
Lot # 518 - Admiral Dewey Ingraham Pressed Oak Shelf Clock,
with key wind 8-day time and strike spring driven brass movement with alarm, printed paper dial with Roman numerals, marked The E. Ingraham Co., pressed oak case with shoulder length uniformed portrait of Dewey with feather surround, flanked by crossed flags above stacked cannon balls, all resting o... > Item Details
Photograph of Buffalo Bill Indians in Chicago,
Lot # 1072 - Photograph of Buffalo Bill Indians in Chicago,
4.5 x 7.25" silver gelatin photograph mounted on larger cream cardstock, showing the entire troupe of Indian warriors and their two interpreters. With inked manuscript notation on recto Indians in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show Chicago, 1893. Set up immediately outside the exhibition grounds for th... > Item Details
U.S. First Type Naval Diving Knife,
Lot # 630 - U.S. First Type Naval Diving Knife,
brass scabbard with black composite handle (might be Bakelite). > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Annie Oakley,
Lot # 1068 - Cabinet Card of Annie Oakley,
with imprint of Stacy. The classic pose shown with her chest full of shooting medals. > Item Details
Letter From a Kansas Soldier Writing Home About Indians,
Lot # 1032 - Letter From a Kansas Soldier Writing Home About Indians,
ALs, 4pp from William Bradford a soldier at Fort Dodge, Kansas to his sister Eliza Brady of Carmel, Maine. Writing on October 14, 1867, he notes "...the weather here is quite pleasant here and I think the red skins must be getting scarce...we have not seen many lately since we had a brush with them ... > Item Details
* Smith and Wesson <i>Victory</i>  Model,
Lot # 585 - * Smith and Wesson Victory Model,
38 caliber, 976139. United States Marine Corp USMC marks. > Item Details
CDV of the Northfield Bank Robbers
Lot # 982 - CDV of the Northfield Bank Robbers
albumen composite photograph with six oval half-length portraits, three of which are stripped-to-the-waist postmortems with blood still visible on torsos, each identified in print below their image. Extensive text on rear that reads The Northfield Robbers, Bill Chadwell and Odel Miller killed and ca... > Item Details
Fine Pair of Quarter Plate Daguerreotype Book Form Cases and Images By McClees,
Lot # 1491 - Fine Pair of Quarter Plate Daguerreotype Book Form Cases and Images By McClees,
embossed leather over wood with gilt and painted floral covers and spines with Memory Leaflet on spine with two 1/2 length seated portraits of middle aged gentleman, mats signed McClees Phila. James E. McClees (1821-1887) Born in Chester City, Pa., his family moved to Philadelphia in 1829, and he w... > Item Details
Peters 1919 Calendar,
Lot # 1822 - Peters 1919 Calendar,
framed original calendar with a picture of WWI equipment and weaponry. 27" x 15" w frame. In an old wooden frame. > 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
Five Silver N.B. Forest & Other KKK Medallions & Pins,
Lot # 1611 - Five Silver N.B. Forest & Other KKK Medallions & Pins,
includes two different versions of Hero Cross Presented By The Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, each cross form with central portrait of Forester, both dated 1915 and marked Sterling or SS, .27 & .37 ozt; PLUS a medallion made from a silver 50? piece with engraved KKK border, center with Ku Klux Klan Al... > 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
CDV of Bloody Bender Murders, Kansas,
Lot # 991 - CDV of Bloody Bender Murders, Kansas,
albumen cdv with large group of men in background and what appear to be several open graves in foreground, period inked inscription on rear reads Late Bender Sce??[ne] with imprint of T.M. Concannon, Winfield, Kansas. The infamous Bender family appeared quietly in southeastern Kansas in the spring o... > Item Details
WWII U.S. Cavalry Carbine Holster,
Lot # 623 - WWII U.S. Cavalry Carbine Holster,
marked U.S. Hess & Hopkins Leather Co. 1942, from WWII and probably meant to mount on a jeep, brown cowhide, 30" long with leather mounting belt. > Item Details
Civil War Grouping of 102nd O.V.I. Soldier,
Lot # 1305 - Civil War Grouping of 102nd O.V.I. Soldier,
consisting of a CDV album with 5 military views, 5 hard images of civilians, a small zinc powder flask with a non-regulation waist belt having oval US plate and cavalry cartridge box attached. The small album contains a Swing & Rudd CDV of Rosecrans and one private identified in period pencil as F. ... > Item Details
Lot of 3 D.F. Barry Cabinet Cards of Sweet Clover
Lot # 800 - Lot of 3 D.F. Barry Cabinet Cards of Sweet Clover
and her sister, Winona, Dakota. Sweet Clover wears long dentallium earrings and traditional clothes; Winona wears Anglo clothing. Cards carry imprint for Barry's West Superior, WI studio on mounts, repeated verso with portrait of Gall; early 1890s. > Item Details
Brady Gallery Proof of Maj. Gen. Halleck w/Caricature & Autograph,
Lot # 1214 - Brady Gallery Proof of Maj. Gen. Halleck w/Caricature & Autograph,
as “Major Gen’/U.S.A.” “Old Brains” was universally distained by his contemporaries and remains a forcefully enigmatic figure, unrehabilitated to this day. Appointed Major General in August 1861, Hallack restored order from chaos in Missouri following Fremont’s departure and was entrusted with the... > Item Details
<i>Wade & Butcher</i> Sheffield Bowie Knife & Sheath,
Lot # 287 - Wade & Butcher Sheffield Bowie Knife & Sheath,
with 5.8" single-edged clipped end steel blade stamped on left ricasso Wade & Butcher Sheffield, England and with stamped B in a circle, arrow with fletching and Maltese cross, also on left face of blade, slight choil, ovoid nickel guard with 2-piece antler grip attached with 3 steel rivets, all wit... > Item Details
C.S. Fly Photograph of the Captive White Boy,
Lot # 863 - C.S. Fly Photograph of the Captive White Boy,
Santiago McKinn. Copyright 1886, by C.S. Fly, Tombstone, Ariz. on print, verso is long descriptive label. McKinn is shown in camp with Apache children and adults. His older brother was killed when he was captured. Later rescued by the Army, he was reluctant to return home, wanting to stay with h... > Item Details
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