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.

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Fine Group of  Chippewa, Sioux and Winnebago Stereoviews,
Lot # 932 - Fine Group of Chippewa, Sioux and Winnebago Stereoviews,
21 cards by Whitney, Whitney & Zimmerman, Zimmerman, Upton, Martin, Illingworth, Samuel Cox, and few anon, 1860s-70s. Included are portraits of Little Six (hung for his part in the Sioux Revolt of 1862); Old Betz, and Big Dog, (who helped settlers and the military during the revolt); Chief Winne-Sh... > Item Details
Confederate First National Flag,
Lot # 333 - Confederate First National Flag,
cotton, 37.5" x 86". The design of the flag conforms to the pattern adopted by the Confederate Provisional Congress on 4 March 1861 as the 1st national flag of the Confederacy, commonly called during the War, the “Stars & Bars”. The field is composed of three horizontal bars, the uppermost red (11... > Item Details
Two Utah Territory CDV's,
Lot # 1021 - Two Utah Territory CDV's,
includes one with Carter, Salt Lake City, U.T. backmarks, with wagon train attempting to navigate around a beaver pond, which has partially submerged the trail with pencil inscription on rear Beaver Dam/Echo; AND an anonymous photograph of large ranch compound with period inked inscription on rear E... > Item Details
Man-O-War Silver Plated Cigarette Case,
Lot # 1773 - Man-O-War Silver Plated Cigarette Case,
in the Arts and Crafts-style with a hammered finish, and with an applied shield featuring the famed horse. Unmarked, ca 1925-1935; 3.25" x 2.75". > Item Details
CDV of Lieut. W.A. Bartholomew, 59th Indiana,
Lot # 1247 - CDV of Lieut. W.A. Bartholomew, 59th Indiana,
no back mark, with Yours Truly/W.A. Bartholomew signed in ink beneath portrait. Bartholomew enlisted as a Sergeant in Company A, 59th Indiana in October 1861. He was promoted to 2nd Lieut. in December 1861 and 1st Lieut. in May 1863. Although he was advanced to Captain in September 1864 he was neve... > Item Details
Civil War Non-Regulation Sword for General's Officers,
Lot # 270 - Civil War Non-Regulation Sword for General's Officers,
a scarce Civil War (and earlier) officer's sword and scabbard. Just 34" total length, with solid brass hilt and grip. Attractive, all-brass hilt with false wire-wrap in brass; urn-shaped pommel and single knuckle bow with floral design. Decorative straight quillon. Clamshell guard bears a striking,... > Item Details
Model 1816 Bayonet Modified to the 1842 Specifications,
Lot # 80 - Model 1816 Bayonet Modified to the 1842 Specifications,
1816 bayonet that had been altered by using a locking ring. This is the proper bayonet for the 1842 Musket and 1847 Musketoon. 20.5" overall length. (For further documentation see Reilly, 1990; 58). > Item Details
Classic Antler-Handled Bowie,
Lot # 289 - Classic Antler-Handled Bowie,
with 8.5" single-edged clipped end steel blade made from old file, with single-piece antler handle with saw-cut butt end and one tine near blade acting as guard, attached with single iron pin, all with fine old patina, total length 13.75". > Item Details
Fine Group of four Boudoir Photos of Navaho & Apache Indians,
Lot # 868 - Fine Group of four Boudoir Photos of Navaho & Apache Indians,
including Angelina and Chun, Navaho women; and Chah, an Apache man. Two of the women hold babies in cradleboards. Three cards carry Ben Wittick?s credit in the neg. and imprints for his Albuquerque and Moline, Ill. studios, one lists A. Frank Randall at Wilcox, Ariz. Territory; late 1870s-mid 1880... > Item Details
1833  Regimental Returns Listing Col. Zachary Taylor & Lt. Jefferson Davis
Lot # 1456 - 1833 Regimental Returns Listing Col. Zachary Taylor & Lt. Jefferson Davis
Lot of 5 pre-printed monthly returns for the antebellum 1st US Infantry stationed at Fort Crawford, Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin Territory dated February and March 1833, just after the Black Hawk War. Few remember that Jefferson Davis graduated West Point in 1828 and spent his formative military ser... > Item Details
Fort Pitt French & Indian War Receipt ,
Lot # 1732 - Fort Pitt French & Indian War Receipt ,
1p, January 8, 1767, 6 x 6.25" on laid paper, sent to William Walker from the firm of Baynton Wharton Morgan in Philadelphia. Acknowledges transport of a wagon load of good from Philadelphia to Fort Pitt, and for the return of a load of "peltrys" from Fort Pitt to Philadelphia. Signed by William W... > Item Details
Signed <i>John Russell Green River Works</i> Knife,
Lot # 467 - Signed John Russell Green River Works Knife,
expanded center-type single-edged 7" long steel blade stamped on right face John Russell Green River Works with bolster part of the blade and tapered turned hardwood handle with worn old finish, total length 12.25". > Item Details
Indian Scout-Issued Remington <i>Keene</i> Carbine,
Lot # 427 - Indian Scout-Issued Remington Keene Carbine,
ca 1880, 45-70 caliber 22" round barrel, with standing front and folding rear sights, bolt action with steel mounts, full walnut stock, untouched original worn finish with great patina, total length 44". Marked on left side of receiver USID 276 with proper Henry Nettleton inspector's marks. Remingt... > Item Details
Civil War Union Officer's Slouch Hat,
Lot # 259 - Civil War Union Officer's Slouch Hat,
an outstanding example of the classic, but now scarce style of commonly worn officer’s headgear. Dense black fur felt is dark, not faded or misshapen, with no visible mothing, wear or damage whatsoever. Brim is wide and slightly rolled, edged in black cloth tape that appears to be hand-stitched. We... > Item Details
* Remington Model 760 Rifle,
Lot # 612 - * Remington Model 760 Rifle,
30-06 caliber, serial number 7028083. Rifle has a Bushnell 3x9x telescope. > Item Details
Confederate Friction Primers,
Lot # 202 - Confederate Friction Primers,
group of 12 friction primers from the Selma, Alabama Arsenal dated 1864. These cartridges have been opened and are empty, but still retain their original cloth tabs. > Item Details
<i>1863 Johnson's New Family Illustrated Atlas</i>,
Lot # 1471 - 1863 Johnson's New Family Illustrated Atlas,
Colton, J.H. and Johnson, New York: Johnson & Ward, 1863. Oversized folio in embossed green embossed cloth boards with leather spine; complete with all 99 numbered maps, most hand-colored, 99 numbered pages; marbled end pages, paste downs and fore-edges. This edition includes Civil War chronological... > Item Details
Early Post-War Gettysburg Battlefield Stereoviews,
Lot # 1310 - Early Post-War Gettysburg Battlefield Stereoviews,
lot of 7 yellow mount, square cornered views, with applied paper label of Gems around the Battle Field of Gettysburg, Pa. by P.S. & H.E. Weaver, Hanover, Pa., each with a manuscript title. Includes scenes in the Devil's Den, Round Top, the Orphan's Home in the National Cemetery, and views along Roc... > 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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