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Lot of Three Small Pistol Flasks,
2005, Historic Americana / Nov 16, 17 & 18
first is a compartment flask. Second is a small pistol brush design. Third is the smallest flask with a shell pattern.

Condition:  
All flasks are in working condition and have their original springs and are in excellent condition. No open seams.
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Four Photos of Lincoln, Mary, & Douglass,
Lot # 1628 - Four Photos of Lincoln, Mary, & Douglass,
includes unmarked bust length cdv portrait of Stephen A. Douglass; PLUS bust length cdv portrait of Mary Todd Lincoln with backmark of The New York Photographic Co.; PLUS an albumen of engraving after Brady photograph (0-91); both the Mary & Abe cdv's have fake Lincoln autographs on reverse; AND a p... > Item Details
38-Star Clamp-Dyed American National Flag,
Lot # 358 - 38-Star Clamp-Dyed American National Flag,
38 stars configured in straight rows with staggered star axis orientation clamp-dyed onto wool bunting. Canvas sleeve with 3 brass grommets with name and address (in Cincinnati) of former owner inscribed on reverse. Colorado as admitted into the Union as the 38th state on August 1st, 1876. 60" x 96"... > Item Details
*  Colt Officer's Model 38 Target Revolver,
Lot # 571 - * Colt Officer's Model 38 Target Revolver,
38 caliber, serial number 609142. 6" barrel with heavy barrel target. In original brown one-piece cardboard box. > Item Details
Large Group of Sample Ballots,
Lot # 1651 - Large Group of Sample Ballots,
lot of 20, all 1880-1890s includes both Presidential and Gubernatorial elections, Republican, Democratic and Prohibition tickets. Some of the candidates include Garfield, B. Harrison, Levi Lincoln, Lathrop, Logan and many more, sizes from 3" x 5" to 3.5" x 11". > Item Details
Custer Photo with CMOH W.W. Blackmar Note,
Lot # 738 - Custer Photo with CMOH W.W. Blackmar Note,
See K-79, Katz 1985. Taken May 23, 1865 by Brady, and printed ca 1900-1910 by L.C. Handy, who took over Brady's studio and possession of many of his negatives. Handy's paper label with his Maryland Ave. address appears on verso. A fine 7" x 9" early silver print, on larger grey cardstock. Printed f... > Item Details
Wonderful Hand Carved U.S.S <i>Maine</i> Oak Arm Chair,
Lot # 528 - Wonderful Hand Carved U.S.S Maine Oak Arm Chair,
with solid oak back with deeply carved ship's portrait and Maine below, carved crest with 1898 crossed flags and stacked cannon balls, scrolled arms with baluster turned supports, solid oak saddle seat and cabriole front legs with saber rear legs and turned stretchers, original finish, 17" seat heig... > Item Details
Currier & Ives <i>Sinking of the Cumberland</i>,
Lot # 1482 - Currier & Ives Sinking of the Cumberland,
entitled The Sinking of the Cumberland By The Iron Clad "Merrimac", Off Newport News Va. March 8th 1862, ca 12" x 16", archivally matted and framed in grain painted beveled frame, 19" x 23". > Item Details
Sixth Plate Ambrotype of Members of the
Lot # 675 - Sixth Plate Ambrotype of Members of the "Mormon Road" Expedition,
anonymous, housed in a pressed paper case, with a period inked manuscript label applied to the pad: Nat. Stein -- and friend, late of the Salt Lake Road Expedition, Charles Cavarley Bangs. taken at Central City Oct. 26.1861. We have been unable to discover the further identity of these two gentlem... > Item Details
Two CDVs of Major General John Buford,
Lot # 1112 - Two CDVs of Major General John Buford,
an unmounted albumen and cdv both by Brady. This tragic ex-dragoon commanded the Reserve Brigade, Army of the Potomac Cavalry Corps for most of his abbreviated career. Promoted to Brigadier General in July 1862, Buford was terribly wounded at 2nd Bull Run and reported dead. At Gettysburg, he led t... > Item Details
Lincoln's Assistant Secretary of War, Peter Watson's Lap Desk,
Lot # 1645 - Lincoln's Assistant Secretary of War, Peter Watson's Lap Desk,
a deluxe black leather covered wooden traveling writing desk trimmed with gilt brass spread winged eagles surmounting his monogram on lid/handle and on lids for the ink well and nib filer, as well as on the cover of a 4to black leather bound blotter book. Opens to reveal 2 sliding trays in black le... > Item Details
Lot of Fifteen Civil War Tint, Ambro & Daguerreotypes,
Lot # 1421 - Lot of Fifteen Civil War Tint, Ambro & Daguerreotypes,
all sixth plate with foil surround, and lacking cases, 13 are tintypes and one ambrotype, 2 officers, others enlisted men, one with sword, 2 with 2 soldiers, with a double ambrotype portrait of early war Union militia and a civilian daguerreotype of mother and child. One tintype is identified as J.H... > Item Details
Ten Gauge Signal Cannon,
Lot # 156 - Ten Gauge Signal Cannon,
set on mahogany naval deck gun carriage with wheels with polished steel 10 gauge barrel stamped 10 GA. Blank270, 16" long with spring loaded firing pin at rear, total length on carriage, 18.5". This gun was used by Admiral Richard Blackburn Black on his private wood hulled 18th century style schoone... > Item Details
Two CDV-Sized Tintypes of Union Soldiers,
Lot # 1418 - Two CDV-Sized Tintypes of Union Soldiers,
both uncased and unidentified. A tinted young infantryman holding a cheroot and wearing some sort of ad-hoc sash with another infantry private seated before a patriotic painted canvas backdrop featuring a row of tents. > Item Details
Autographed CDV of Bvt. Major General Orris Sanford Ferry,
Lot # 1221 - Autographed CDV of Bvt. Major General Orris Sanford Ferry,
signed as Brigadier General by “Whitney & Beckwith, Norwalk, Conn.” A prominent lawyer and aspiring politician, Ferry joined the service as Colonel of the 5th Connecticut in June 1861 and was promoted to Brigadier General in March 1862. He commanded a brigade in the Valley and served on the Penins... > Item Details
Sixth Plate Post Mortem Ambrotype of a Young Child,
Lot # 1515 - Sixth Plate Post Mortem Ambrotype of a Young Child,
lying on spool turned bed with flower in hand, housed in a double-hinged leather book form case. > Item Details
Civil War Greene Breechloading Rifle,
Two Armed 50th Illinois CDVs,
Lot # 1293 - Two Armed 50th Illinois CDVs,
1st Lieut. Henry C. Bissell, Co. A., by "Armstead & White, Corinth," marked on verso identified from album, together with 1st Lieut. Edward P. Barrett, Co. G., no back mark, with period pencil salutation and signature. Both officers saw active service with the 50th Illinois in the western theater wi... > Item Details
Union Oval <i>US</i> Belt Plate with Leather,
Lot # 226 - Union Oval US Belt Plate with Leather,
unmarked cast brass belt plate with lead filled back, arrow point belt hooks and bent wire at front for closing, old mellow brass patina, brown sewn leather belt has 4 adjustment holes and is 1.5" x 43.5" long with plate. > Item Details
Archive of Shirley May Jones An Exotic Dancer from the 1940-50's,
Lot # 1762 - Archive of Shirley May Jones An Exotic Dancer from the 1940-50's,
almost undoubtedly the most complete archive of an exotic dancer ever offered for sale. Includes dozens of her outfits, both outer and under garments, cosmetics, stage props, letters, contracts, labor union membership cards and dues documents, log book listing engagements from 1942-51, audio tapes, ... > Item Details
M1885/04 U.S. Cavalry Saddle Bags,
Lot # 620 - M1885/04 U.S. Cavalry Saddle Bags,
marked BOYT over inspector initials M.C. on left side near leather key tab. Made of heavy pebble-grained saddle leather stained very dark brown (not russet) with both cover flaps embossed US in oval and brass grommets to attach to McClellan saddle. All billets, brass buckets, and side straps prese... > Item Details
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