Lot 6    

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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Sixth Plate Tintype of Identified Boy-Soldier,
Lot # 1393 - Sixth Plate Tintype of Identified Boy-Soldier,
scrawled in the back of the case in period pencil is the name “R C Joseph” followed by, “presented this picture to Martha Joseph/Samuel Joseph.” The image captured a freckle-faced youngster in nine-button frock coat and forage cap trying to look resolute, while distinctly apprehensive before the cam... > Item Details
Model 1875 Officer's Rifle,
Lot # 419 - Model 1875 Officer's Rifle,
with walnut wood stock complete with checkered wrist, fore-end and pistol grip. White metal tip in the fore-end of the stock. With engravings on the breech block, receiver, lock & hammer, top of butt plate, front band, trigger guard and white metal tip. Rifle is also complete with rear tang sight, f... > Item Details
French and Indian War LS from  Governor James Belcher,
Lot # 1738 - French and Indian War LS from Governor James Belcher,
1p, 4.25 x 7" sheet on laid paper, Elizabethtown, Nov. 23, 1754, the Governor James DeLancey of New York. In total: Above you have agreeable to my letter herewith to your Honour a copy of my orders and directions to Coll. VanCamp I am, Sir Your Most Humble Servant J. Belcher. > Item Details
Garfield Campaign Top Hat,
Lot # 1662 - Garfield Campaign Top Hat,
beaver skin with right side turned up and attached with red, & blue cockade, stamped brass U.S. shield breasted eagle with ribbon banner clutched in beak with Garfield pin back, woven silver thread band, 6" high. > Item Details
Two Bullet Molds,
Lot # 493 - Two Bullet Molds,
first is a Colt's patent .265 caliber made for Colt Root. Second is a homemade brass mold with round ball and conical cavity. > 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
Platinum Print of Beardless Lincoln, From Original Hesler Negative,
Lot # 1647 - Platinum Print of Beardless Lincoln, From Original Hesler Negative,
O-26 (Ostendorf 1959; pg 46), taken by Alexander Hesler in Springfield, Ill. June 3, 1860, 12.5" x 16" mounted in period mahogany frame, 14.25" x 17.75" with Carper Gallery Book Building Detroit label on rear. > Item Details
Two CDVs of Major General Edwin V. Sumner,
Lot # 1125 - Two CDVs of Major General Edwin V. Sumner,
neither with back marks. Aside from Winfield Scott, Sumner was the army's longest serving general officer when he was promoted a regular Brigadier General (one of just three) in March 1861. Sumner commanded the 2nd Corps on the Peninsula under McClellan where he was wounded twice. He was rewarded f... > Item Details
<i>Michael Duguet</i> 1771 Powder Horn,
Lot # 46 - Michael Duguet 1771 Powder Horn,
Priming type horn with wonderful folk art engraved mermaid holding sprigs of plants in each hand and wearing a crown flanked by wonderfully detailed floral engravings and inscription at bottom that reads Ano 1771, along mermaids right side is an engraved Native American with tomahawk in one hand, mu... > Item Details
Pennsylvania State Embroidered Silk Flag,
Lot # 336 - Pennsylvania State Embroidered Silk Flag,
Pennsylvania state seal embroidered through the flag with the silk fabric rolled over onto itself to form a pocket. The flag is machine-sewn with its yellow fringe making it likely used by military, ca 3rd quarter 19th century through early 20th century, 50" x 64". > Item Details
Sixth Plate Ambrotype of New Hampshire Private,
Lot # 1359 - Sixth Plate Ambrotype of New Hampshire Private,
backed by printed orange advertising card indicating the photographer as “M.S. Lamprey’s” on Elm St. in Manchester. A fine portrait of an elderly private with chin whiskers looking rather elfish underneath the ubiquitous New Hampshire soft-crowned “deerstalker” cap known to have been worn by the st... > Item Details
F.A. Rinehart Portrait of Eagle Bull,
Lot # 893 - F.A. Rinehart Portrait of Eagle Bull,
8" x 10" silver gelatin print with title, Rinehart copyright notice and #1619 manuscript in neg.; ca 1900. > Item Details
Rare Dated U.S. Model 1861 Rifled Musket by Springfield,
Lot # 188 - Rare Dated U.S. Model 1861 Rifled Musket by Springfield,
58 caliber. Barrel marked VP and eagle dated 1861. Lockplate dated 1861. View and proof markings on all bands. Original ramrod. A desirable arsenally dated musket, becoming harder to find. > Item Details
D.F. Barry Photograph of Curley, Custer Scout,
Lot # 755 - D.F. Barry Photograph of Curley, Custer Scout,
a 5.5" x 8" image in original Barry blind stamped card stock mount with folding covers, of Curley in traditional Crow dress, signed in white ink Berry Photo and on card stock in same hand Curly, exterior reverse of card stock mount has blue and white 2" x 3" printed Barry Label with Superior, Wiscon... > Item Details
Pair of Silver Inlaid Western Spurs,
Lot # 1045 - Pair of Silver Inlaid Western Spurs,
heavy wrought steel with 8-pointed rowel with silver inlay on both faces of each, in floral and geometric designs with horses head and horse shoe, interior span is 3.2", length is 8.5" and diameter of revolving rowels are 5" with wrought steel drops for attaching leather straps. > Item Details
U.S. Grant ALS, Plus,
Lot # 1714 - U.S. Grant ALS, Plus,
lot of 4 items. Includes: Grant, Ulysses S (President 1869-1877). ALS, 1p, 5 x 8". Galena?, IL, 24 Sept. 1880. Addressed to William L. Robinson of Cincinnati. Regrets that he cannot attend the exposition in Cincinnati, since he has engagements in New York and Boston after leaving Illinois. PLUS appo... > Item Details
Four Identified Civil War CDVs,
Lot # 1258 - Four Identified Civil War CDVs,
three officers and an enlisted man. First is 1st Lieut. Alexander Parker of the 15th & 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry by “C.L. Lochman, Carlisle” with A.M. Parker/April 7, 1863 penciled on verso. Parker went from Anderson’s Independent Company Pennsylvania Cavalry to 1st Lieut., Company H, 15th PA Cavalr... > Item Details
Springfield Arsenal Model 1872 Rolling Block US Army Rifle,
Lot # 380 - Springfield Arsenal Model 1872 Rolling Block US Army Rifle,
50-70 caliber. Right side of frame marked U.S. Springfield 1872. Left side of frame marked Model 1871. > Item Details
CDV of Two Rhode Island Brevet Brigadier Generals,
Lot # 1220 - CDV of Two Rhode Island Brevet Brigadier Generals,
with imprint of "Tyler, Newport." Unidentified, but believed to be an unpublished view of Brevet Brigadier General Charles Ray Brayton (on left) and Brevet Brigadier General Horatio Rogers, Jr.(at right), both Rhode Islander's who received their stars for "gallant and meritorious service" in the ... > Item Details
Three Stamped Tin Spanish American War Mirrors,
Lot # 1819 - Three Stamped Tin Spanish American War Mirrors,
each combination hat rack and mirror, wall mounted diamond shape in stamped brass plated tin over wood with Uncle various patriotic and military subjects ornate scroll hooks at sides and bottom, mirrored center; 18.25" square. > Item Details
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