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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Photograph of Officer's Row Ft. Hays Kansas, 1889,
Lot # 851 - Photograph of Officer's Row Ft. Hays Kansas, 1889,
image shows several well built wooden houses, aligned in typical military fashion, and two civilian men are riding in a horse cart on the dirt street in center of the image. Some of the historic figures associated with the fort included Wild Bill Hickok, Buffalo Bill Cody, General Nelson Miles, Gene... > 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
Mint Civil War M1840 Cavalry Officer's Sword by Horstmann,
Lot # 127 - Mint Civil War M1840 Cavalry Officer's Sword by Horstmann,
marked W.H. Horstmann & Sons Philadelphia at ricasso. The heavy 30" blade is pristine, bright and like new, with clear, sharp and distinctively deep etching typically seen on Horstmann blades. Etched floral panels on both sides with stand of arms. Spine is attractively etched with laurel leaves. ... > Item Details
Civil War Photograph of George Armstrong Custer,
Lot # 736 - Civil War Photograph of George Armstrong Custer,
entitled Gen. Custer at his Headquarters in the field, Army of the Potomac, Va., No.2438 with back mark of John C. Taylor...Hartford, Conn.; full length seated image of Custer in front of his tent with his dog. These mimic Brady's "Album Gallery" images, and are one half of a stereoscopic negative. ... > Item Details
CDV of Capt. Lucius M. Rose, 11th Illinos Inf.,
Lot # 1265 - CDV of Capt. Lucius M. Rose, 11th Illinos Inf.,
no back mark, with Capt. L. M. Rose/11th Ill.Ifnty/Chicago inked on verso. A published view of Rose holding telescope who joined as Captain of Company G., 11th Illinois Infantry in May 1861 following three-months service. In January 1863, Rose was detailed as Acting Signal Officer (ASO) to General... > Item Details
W.H. Jackson Photograph of Petalashara, Pawnee Chief,
Lot # 700 - W.H. Jackson Photograph of Petalashara, Pawnee Chief,
5.5" x 7.75" with Jackson Cat. # 530 ms. in neg., on 10? x 11? mount with ms. caption, Pe-ta-la-sha-ra; ?Man and Chief,? Head Chief of Pawnees. In full dress, with the very rare War Bonnet of Eagle Feathers; 1871. He was a great orator who was accidentally shot in 1874. > Item Details
Quarter Plate Ambrotype of a Regal Dalmatian Dog,
Lot # 1508 - Quarter Plate Ambrotype of a Regal Dalmatian Dog,
anonymous reclining with head erect on printed rug with bare wall in background, housed in embossed floral scrollwork paper covered wooden case. > Item Details
Civil War CDV of Robert E. Lee,
Lot # 1234 - Civil War CDV of Robert E. Lee,
a retouched wartime vignette witn imprint of Fredericks, N.Y. with lightly penciled "R.E. Lee C.S.A." beneath portrait. > Item Details
Two 146th Illinos CDVs,
Lot # 1284 - Two 146th Illinos CDVs,
ink signed 1st Lieu. John E. William, Co. I, with uncommon "R. Mapstone, Chicago" imprint and 2nd Lieut. George R. Stoddard, Co. A., by "A.C. Townsend, Springfield." The 146th was a late war regiment that organized for one year in September 1864. It remained in Illinois guarding drafted men at Quin... > Item Details
Sixth Plate Ruby Ambrotype of African-American Woman,
Lot # 1597 - Sixth Plate Ruby Ambrotype of African-American Woman,
full-length standing portrait of a well-dressed young lady with one arm resting on a book, atop a brocade-covered plinth with green tined drapery at side, mounted in embossed stylized floral paper-covered wooden case. > Item Details
General George Florence's (1921-1922) Model 1881 U.S.  Infantry Helmet,
Lot # 471 - General George Florence's (1921-1922) Model 1881 U.S. Infantry Helmet,
ca 1880s. Black felt helmet with front planchet presenting eagle of yellow metal gilt, with crossed swords and national shield on breast. Eagle's neck is behind a flourished scroll with motto E Pluribus Unum in relief letters, olive branch in right talon and arrows in left. Plume socket of yellow gi... > Item Details
Mathew Brady Advertising Bank Note and Business Cards,
Lot # 1524 - Mathew Brady Advertising Bank Note and Business Cards,
from the collection of James D. Horan, author of Mathew Brady: Historian with a Camera. Copy of his book also included. Includes two printed Brady business cards and a third of D.B. Woodbury and a bank note with Brady's New York Daguerrian Miniature Gallery 207 Broadway First Premium Awarded with ... > Item Details
Uniform and Photograph of African-American Span-Am War Vet,
Lot # 503 - Uniform and Photograph of African-American Span-Am War Vet,
blue wool with typical black mohair piping on front, collar and sleeves, 9-hook closure at front, gilt USV collar insignia, black satin lining, sleeves with cotton lining, one interior pocket. Tunic is missing shoulder boards. Blue wool pants with matching piping, hook waist and button fly. Includes... > Item Details
Fine CDV of a Photographer,
Lot # 1548 - Fine CDV of a Photographer,
anonymous albumen image of an unidentified photographer/colorist seat with his camera, artist pallet and brushes on table to right, floral patterned rug tinted red. > Item Details
Scarce Billy the Kid Books
Lot # 1055 - Scarce Billy the Kid Books
lot of 3, includes a 1953 facsimile of The Authentic Life of Billy, The Kid by Pat F. Garrett, Frontier Press of Texas, 8vo in brown buckram, 137pp with 5 full plates in rear; PLUS The Death of Billy The Kid by John W. Poe, 1933 Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston & N.Y., 12mo in brown buckram with dj, 60p... > Item Details
CDV of Lt. John N. Runyon, 74th Indiana,
Lot # 1160 - CDV of Lt. John N. Runyon, 74th Indiana,
by "E.G. Burgess, Warsaw, Ind." with light signature and unit in period pencil. Runyon enlisted as Sergeant Company A., 74th Indiana in July 1862 and was discharged as 1st Lieutenant in November 1864. The 74th Indiana served in all of the major engagements fought by the 14th Corps including Perryv... > Item Details
<i>Ladies' Home Journal</i>  Anti-Suffrage Pop Gun,
Lot # 1701 - Ladies' Home Journal Anti-Suffrage Pop Gun,
chromolithographed card stock in the form of a revolver with extensive text on each side. Piece is entitled The Bang Gun For Young America with patent date of 1914. One side with text detailing how to earn points by selling Ladies Home Journal, reverse with Battle Song of the Curtis Army. When gu... > Item Details
Quarter Plate Tintype of Enfield-Armed Yank,
Lot # 1380 - Quarter Plate Tintype of Enfield-Armed Yank,
unidentified, taken before an impromptu canvas backdrop that suggests a field studio. The private wears standard infantry accoutrements on his waist belt and sack coat. > Item Details
CDV of Bvt. Brigadier General John T. Wilder, 17th Indiana,
Lot # 304 - CDV of Bvt. Brigadier General John T. Wilder, 17th Indiana,
a vignette as Colonel by "J. Perry Elliott, Indianapolis" with block "COL. JOHN T. WILDER/1863" penciled on verso. One of at least a half dozen documented wartime views of the famous officer. This likeness is noticeably soft in terms of clarity appearing diffused. Wilder cdvs seem to be notoriousl... > Item Details
Colt Pocket Flask,
Lot # 1 - Colt Pocket Flask,
31 caliber pocket flask. Eagle and stars and marked Colt's Patent. > Item Details
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