Lot 12    

Three 19th Century Shot Pouches/Flasks,
2005, Historic Americana / Nov 16, 17 & 18
with Civil War period glass whisky flask. Lot of 4. Copper flask may be contemporary English reproduction.

Condition:  
All VG condition.
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<i>Vermont's Anti-Slavery and Underground Railroad Record</i>,
Lot # 1603 - Vermont's Anti-Slavery and Underground Railroad Record,
by Wilbur H. Siebert, Spahr & Glen Co., Columbus, Ohio, 1937. 8vo in blue cloth boards with gold lettering on cover, 113pp. photographs and illustrations throughout. With tipped in TLS from author on front pastedown. > Item Details
38-Star Parade Flag,
Lot # 356 - 38-Star Parade Flag,
stars are configured in very unusual pattern of horizontal rows of 5 or 6 stars flanked by 4 smaller stars that are all pointing inward. The canton and stripes are paint-printed onto cotton with the upper 4 "red" stripes intruding into the fly end of the canton. Evidence of being nailed to a staff. ... > Item Details
Boudoir Card of the Lynching of The Ruggles Brothers,
Lot # 992 - Boudoir Card of the Lynching of The Ruggles Brothers,
with imprint of J.G. Franklin, Redding, California, on recto of mount, and in the negative. With inked manuscript title on verso John and Charles Ruggles lynched Nov 6th ’92 at Redding Cal. For holding up stage, robbing Wells Fargo Express and killing “Buck” Montgomery, express messenger. This is ... > Item Details
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
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
Eight Different Admiral Dewey Busts,
Lot # 1781 - Eight Different Admiral Dewey Busts,
includes a white painted plaster example, 9" high; PLUD white medal with bronze painted finish, 7" high; PLUS white metal on plinth, 6.25" high; PLUS second white metal on plinth 5" high; PLUS pewter with black finish, 4.5" high, PLUS white metal bust on match box, 3.75" high; AND 2 glass busts, on ... > Item Details
Photograph of Mining Camp, Black Hills, Dakota Territory,
Lot # 949 - Photograph of Mining Camp, Black Hills, Dakota Territory,
anonymous albumen image showing group of log miners' cabins in rolling hills with a number of miners standing with tools in hand and one gentleman in horse and buggy. Hillsides in backgrounds with litter of felled trees, 7.5" x 10" on original card stock, 11" x 14" with pencil inscription along bot... > 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
D.F. Barry Cabinet Card of Unidentified Indian Man,
Lot # 798 - D.F. Barry Cabinet Card of Unidentified Indian Man,
with West Superior, WI studio imprint on mount, repeated verso with portrait of Gall; early 1890s. The man wears an elk tooth band and holds a pistol(?). > Item Details
Magic Lantern Slide of <i>Marcus Garvey's U.N.I.A.</i>,
Lot # 1608 - Magic Lantern Slide of Marcus Garvey's U.N.I.A.,
entitled in transparency Reviewing Stand U.N.I.A. Parade Aug. 1st 1922, marked on mount L.M. Prince & Co... Cincinnati, Ohio, 3.25" x 4". Image shows large group of African American gentlemen in full regalia with group of women to left and men in graduation gowns at right, all on sidewalk in front ... > Item Details
Stereoview of Custer and the Grizzly Bear by Illingworth,
Lot # 731 - Stereoview of Custer and the Grizzly Bear by Illingworth,
K-127 (see Katz 1985:pg113) on 3.5" x 7" yellow mount, taken during Custer's Expedition to the Black Hills in 1873. The discovery of gold on the expedition launched the Sioux wars, and ultimately, led to the demise of Custer himself. > Item Details
Identified Civil War Officer's Baldric, 2nd Illinois Artillery,
Lot # 150 - Identified Civil War Officer's Baldric, 2nd Illinois Artillery,
a rare American accoutrement being a leather officer's dress cartridge box with wide shoulder strap. Oral provenance relates that this belonged to Captain George Gumbart, Battery E., 2nd Illinois Light Artillery. Worn as an insignia of rank, this is a small, high quality baldric with false-embroider... > Item Details
French & Indian War Receipt Signed  by Jacob Towne,
Lot # 1735 - French & Indian War Receipt Signed by Jacob Towne,
2.5 x 7.5", Branford, May ye 30th, 1758 / I the suscriber do acknowledge that I have recevied of Ens Edward Rogers thee Cuntrey's money for Bounty in full and the first month's wager's for the Presant Expodision as witness my hand, signed Jacob Towne. > Item Details
Cabinet card of an Osage Indian,
Lot # 886 - Cabinet card of an Osage Indian,
seated studio portrait of young warrior holding a mirror, wearing roach with single eagle feather, silver armbands and bracelets, beadwork and shell gorgets. > Item Details
Rare 1872 Pamphlet Listing Military Posts on the Upper Missouri,
Lot # 859 - Rare 1872 Pamphlet Listing Military Posts on the Upper Missouri,
in full Outline Descriptions of the Posts in the Military Division of the Missouri Commanded by Lieutenant General P.H. Sheridan, Accompanied by Tabular Lists of Indian Superintendencies, Agencies and Reservations; a Summary of Certain Indian Treaties, and Table of Distances. Chicago: Headquarters M... > Item Details
ID'd <i>Wilder Brigade</i> Spencer Model 1860 Rifle,
Lot # 294 - ID'd Wilder Brigade Spencer Model 1860 Rifle,
56-56 caliber, serial number 4960 belonging to 2nd Lieutenant Edwin Churchill, Co. D 17th Indiana. Top of receiver marked Spencer Repeating Arms Co. Boston, Mass Patented March 6, 1860. According to the Springfield Research Service this Spencer rifle is in the serial range of the rifles issued to ... > Item Details
Indian Tack Decorated Allin Conversion Springfield Rifle,
Lot # 374 - Indian Tack Decorated Allin Conversion Springfield Rifle,
with 50-70 caliber 34.5" round barrel with notched rear and standing front sights marked on breech with eagle head and dated 1866 and markings on the 2nd type conversion lock 1864 behind hammer and U.S./Springfield with shield-breasted spread-winged eagle in front, steel trigger guard with sling swi... > Item Details
Photograph of Train Wreck,  Near Fargo N.D.,
Lot # 1016 - Photograph of Train Wreck, Near Fargo N.D.,
7.75 x 6" with penciled identification on recto Tornado at Fargo, ND 7/90. Train No. 1 Looking West. And Logan Fargo in lower left. > Item Details
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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
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