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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.

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All flasks are in working condition and have their original springs and are in excellent condition. No open seams.
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Lot of Three Identified Illinois Cased Images,
Lot # 1398 - Lot of Three Identified Illinois Cased Images,
one sixth plate and two ninth plates, all tintypes. The sixth plate is a late war photograph of Sgt. William B. Cassell, Co. B, 139th Illinois Infantry, a 100-day regiment, in unusual double matt. The image is identified twice, scratched into the back of the plate, and also by a marvelous pencil i... > Item Details
ID Disk Belonging to Sgt. William B. Edwards, Co. F, 17th Indiana,
Lot # 309 - ID Disk Belonging to Sgt. William B. Edwards, Co. F, 17th Indiana,
Wilder’s Brigade, a white metal planchet measuring approximately 30mm in diameter having the raised bust of George Washington in profile with “George Washington Security” in the surround. This was clearly made as an ID disk as the obverse bears “Name, Co. & Regt.” in raised letters with space left ... > Item Details
CDV of General John Buford,
Lot # 1184 - CDV of General John Buford,
published by Anthony after Brady. This tragic ex-dragoon commanded the reserve brigade, Army of the Potomac Cavalry Corps for most of his abbreviated career. Promoted Brigadier General in July 1862, Buford was terribly wounded at 2nd Bull Run and reported dead. At Gettysburg, Buford led the divis... > Item Details
Frank Fiske Photograph of Yellow Eye,
Lot # 902 - Frank Fiske Photograph of Yellow Eye,
a Dakota woman. 5"x7" silver gelatin print with copyrighted 1906 by F.B. Fiske in neg and ms. caption, copyright notice and studio location, Fort Yates, N.D., ms. verso. Copyrighted after Ft. Yates ceased to operate as a military post in 1903. > Item Details
D.F. Barry Cabinet Card of  Crow Indians,
Lot # 793 - D.F. Barry Cabinet Card of Crow Indians,
both holding tomahawks, with Barry's Bismarck and Standing Rock, D.T. imprint on verso, and applied paper label on recto. Identified in French in ink on verso. > Item Details
Sixth Plate Tintype of Pvt. Daniel M. Thompson, 48th Ind., KIA Champion Hills,
Lot # 303 - Sixth Plate Tintype of Pvt. Daniel M. Thompson, 48th Ind., KIA Champion Hills,
Mississippi, with ink inscription behind image that reads, Daniel M. Thompson/Died May 16-1863/Champion Hills, Miss./48 Ind. Inf. together with a bound lock of Daniel’s hair. A wonderful image of a freckled-face youngster wearing a state jacket and holding what appears to be a M1816 bolster convers... > Item Details
38-Star Silk Sons of Veterans Flag,
Lot # 325 - 38-Star Silk Sons of Veterans Flag,
38 gilt painted stars, with dark blue outlining, are configured in a triple medallion pattern surrounding an equal sized central star all flanked by corner stars on a silk canton. The following inscription is gilt painted onto the machine sewn silk stripes: APOLLO CAMP No 155 S.V.U.S.A. Apollo Pa. ... > Item Details
OSS Frisk Knife,
Lot # 638 - OSS Frisk Knife,
designed to be taped against the upper arm or lower leg for concealment when being frisked. Small thin double-edged blade with a reflective finish. > Item Details
Great Tin Campaign Torch,
Lot # 1659 - Great Tin Campaign Torch,
parade torch marked Patented Oct. 19, 1880 Shaler-style with separate spout and mouthpiece for sawdust. Tin mouthpiece is approximately 5 inches long. The mouthpiece was used to blow the sawdust through and cause the flames to flare from the three-burner top; original wood handle inserted in tin pol... > Item Details
<i>W.E. Hook</i> Cabinet Card of Rain-in-the-Face, Sioux Chief,
Lot # 834 - W.E. Hook Cabinet Card of Rain-in-the-Face, Sioux Chief,
from Of American Scenery from Ocean to Ocean series, 1/2 length image in full feathered headdress with ermine fur tassels, imprint along top margin. Framed, 7.5" x 10". > Item Details
Interesting Whitehead and Hoag Political Badge Envelope.
Lot # 1679 - Interesting Whitehead and Hoag Political Badge Envelope.
Cover advertising The Whitehead & Hoag Co. makers of Flags, Banners, Lapel Buttons and Badges. Detailed illustration in blue featuring the company's products, with patent information on the verso listing various devices they sold for campaigns from 1892 through 1896. Unusual "Tension Envelope" (188... > Item Details
Rare Portrait of J. Anderson, a Runaway Slave,
Lot # 1600 - Rare Portrait of J. Anderson, a Runaway Slave,
wonderful folk art portrait made of cut and inked cork, mounted on white card stock with inked inscription below J. Anderson The Fugitive Slave., 5.5" x 7.5", mounted in original birdseye maple ogee frame with gilt liner, 8.5" x 10.5" with period inked inscription on rear: A contemporary portrait cu... > Item Details
F.A. Rinehart Portrait of Standing Bear,
Lot # 894 - F.A. Rinehart Portrait of Standing Bear,
8" x 10" silver gelatin print with caption, credit, copyright date of 1899 and image number 1517 marked in neg. Standing Bear was an Oglala Dakota. Likely made at the Trans Mississippi and International Exposition in Omaha, Nebraska in the fall of 1898. > Item Details
Model 1866 Second Model Allin Rifle,
Lot # 195 - Model 1866 Second Model Allin Rifle,
50-70 centerfire caliber. Total produced reached 25,000 for this rifle that was converted from the '63 musket. > Item Details
California Gold Rush Archive,
Lot # 1027 - California Gold Rush Archive,
T. S. Dorsey Papers, 1818-1851, 1854-1861. 17 ALsS from California, 8 family ALsS, 4 diaries, 10 photographs. T.S. Dorsey left his home in Homer, Michigan, in May 1854 to try his hand in the gold fields of California and apparently liked what he found. Somewhat more disciplined, more intelligent, o... > Item Details
Wild Bill Hickok CDV, by Gurney & Son,
Lot # 1004 - Wild Bill Hickok CDV, by Gurney & Son,
with photographer's imprint recto and verso; verso with pasted newspaper obituary indicating He was buried in a full suit of broadcloth with his rifle beside him.One of at least two negatives taken of Bill by Gurney, presumably during his 1873 visit to New York when he was performing with Cody, Bunt... > Item Details
34-Star American National Flag
Lot # 339 - 34-Star American National Flag
33 hand-sewn single-appliqu餠cotton muslin stars are configured in staggered straight rows on a 3 piece canton; with a 34th hand-sewn double-appliqu餠star added between the 4th and 5th rows closer to sleeve. Entirely hand-sewn wool bunting canton, stripes, and re-enforcing patches top and bottom a... > Item Details
Grabill Boudoir Photograph of 8th U.S. Cavalry,
Lot # 843 - Grabill Boudoir Photograph of 8th U.S. Cavalry,
image of officer and a few of his troopers taken near Fort Meade, SD circa 1890. Please note the "8" on officer's saddle blanket and saddle holstered carbines. Measures 10" x 7". "The Grabill Portrait Co., Deadwood, S.D." photographers frontmark. > Item Details
Tower Pattern 1844 Yeomanry Carbine,
Lot # 144 - Tower Pattern 1844 Yeomanry Carbine,
.66 caliber, 20" barrel, 33.5" overall. Swivel ramrod with a long swivel bar and a pinned, smoothbore barrel. Brass nosecap, buttplate and trigger guard which curves to form a partial pistol grip. Lockplate marked Crown over V.R. and Tower 1844. Barrel marked Deakin with numerous Birmingham and gov... > Item Details
Civil War CDVs of Beauregard & Polk,
Lot # 1181 - Civil War CDVs of Beauregard & Polk,
Bishop Polk in vestments and Beauregard as an old army engineer colonel, both early commercial views by Brady. The Episcopal Bishop of Louisiana and Lieutenant General was one of the few high ranking Confederate officers without a resume of pre-war military experience and owed his rank to his perso... > Item Details
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