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Wabash Rail Way Work Gang Tintype,
2002 Americana & Decorative Arts. November 20.
on a railroad with 2 hand cars, one of which has "Wabash Rail Way" on side, 4.5" x 6.6".

Condition:  
Old yellowed over varnish & minor scratches.
Est $150 - $250
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American Eagle Hilt Sabre,
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circa 1830-40. Not marked, but in the style of F.W. Widman of Philadelphia. Hilt parts of gilded brass, the pommel a "weeping" eagle, with carved bone grip, and elaborately cast knucklebow and planchette of a relief eagle. The blade, with an unstoppered 3/4 fuller, acid etched and blued, and deco... > Item Details
Exceptional Inscribed 1825 Powder Horn,
Lot # 134 - Exceptional Inscribed 1825 Powder Horn,
9" in length, 3" diameter at the turned wooden plug, with great ring-turning. Entire surface of the horn is decorated, with two bands of text, one reading "Don't Tread on Me" over asinuous diamond-back rattlesnake, the other "Victory and Freedom JR 1825" topped by a decorative panel of masonic symb... > Item Details
Brown Glazed Stoneware,
Lot # 714 - Brown Glazed Stoneware,
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Signs of Jim Crow,
Lot # 117 - Signs of Jim Crow,
early 20th century wall mounted wood sign in original stenciled paint that reads "COLORED ENTRANCE". 42" x 15", black lettered on white ground with green trim, painted on three pine boards. From Florida. > Item Details
Scarce Currier & Ives and Speaking Dog Bank Trade Cards,
Lot # 293 - Scarce Currier & Ives and Speaking Dog Bank Trade Cards,
lot of 3. Includes a rare "Speaking Dog" bank advertising card issued by the George A. Clark company of Utica; a LaPastora Cigar trade card by Currier and Ives, 1879; and a racist "The Boss of the Road" card by Currier and Ives, 1880. > Item Details
Hudnall Decorated Bucket Benches,
Lot # 789 - Hudnall Decorated Bucket Benches,
lot of 2. Mixed wood, each with cut-out bootjack ends, front and rear skirts, modern folk art repaint in sage green with whte trim, seats with wonderful folk art painted country town scenes, one winter with numerous buildings, people, horse-drawn sleighs and much more in snow-covered street; 48.15" ... > Item Details
Maple Sugaring Hooked Rug,
Lot # 806 - Maple Sugaring Hooked Rug,
with vivid colors showing maple sugaring with sugar shack, men tapping trees, horse drawn shed with barrel of syrup and more; rectangular, 18" x 35". > Item Details
Mottled Brown Glazed Yelloware Batter Pitcher,
Lot # 686 - Mottled Brown Glazed Yelloware Batter Pitcher,
early 19th century yelloware batter pitcher, probably East Liverpool, Ohio. This nicely wheel thrown piece has a 3 ribbed extruded strap handle and pinched spout, nice early barrel-shaped with clear glazed interior and mottled Rockingham-type brown glazed exterior; 4" high x 6" d. > Item Details
Miniature Lacy Glass Set Plus,
Lot # 533 - Miniature Lacy Glass Set Plus,
lot of 19. Includes the following matching clear lacy pieces; a covered oval tureen with end handles; a cup & saucer; 3 footed compotes; 2 different sized oval vegetable bowls; a scalloped edge oval footed dish; & a rectangular lid with pineapple finial(no base); ALSO includes a nice early 19th cen... > Item Details
Johnson Martially Marked Flintlock Pistol,
Lot # 139 - Johnson Martially Marked Flintlock Pistol,
single shot 53 caliber pistol, marked on lock plate "U.S./R. Johnson/Middn Conn/1837". Reconverted from percussion, 8.5" barrel total length 14", walnut stock. > Item Details
Henry Newman 1691 Almanack,
Lot # 296 - Henry Newman 1691 Almanack,
reprinted in 1844 by Ira Webster reprint of the early American Boston Almanack by Henry Newman, Philomath, sold by Benjamin Harris at the London, Coffee-House in Boston. An illustrated 32mo in paper boards with calf spine. This almanac has a reprint of the first primer printed in the colonies ent... > Item Details
Three Rare Civil War Railroad Half Plate Tintypes,
Lot # 158 - Three Rare Civil War Railroad Half Plate Tintypes,
all related, that capture a segment of the little known United States Military Railroad at work in the field. Two nearly identical candid views depict typical rolling stock emblazoned with the USMRR livery focusing on boxcar #’s1116 and 1006 and “Conductors Caboose” # 1125. The third half plate re... > Item Details
Abraham Lincoln Springfield Autograph,
Lot # 425 - Abraham Lincoln Springfield Autograph,
24 Aug. 1860, probably during the campaign of that year. This is a short note on 1 panel of a folded letter sheet to one H.S. Johnson, Esq. "Dear Sir -- Herewith I send you my autograph which you request. / Yours truly / A. Lincoln." Only signature in Lincoln's hand. > Item Details
J. Mundi Half Stock Long Rifle,
Lot # 140 - J. Mundi Half Stock Long Rifle,
with curly maple stock, brass and pewter mounts, signed on top of 40" octagonal barrel, lock plate marked G. Guolcher", 38 caliber, total length 56.75". > Item Details
Mumper & Co. & Anthony Civil War Stereoviews,
Lot # 203 - Mumper & Co. & Anthony Civil War Stereoviews,
lot of 3. Includes two with hand stamp from Mumper & Co., labeled #232; PLUS #813 entitled West Side P.R. Lot." showing stone monuments on battlefield AND Anthony No. 3275, "View of Belle Island, from the Petersburgh Railroad, Manchester, Va." > Item Details
William Henry Jackson Panoramic Mammoth Plates,
Lot # 336 - William Henry Jackson Panoramic Mammoth Plates,
titled in negative "Lake San Christobal Col. W.H. Jackson & Co. Phot." With inked inscription on rear "-this is William Henry Jackson/&/34th-Dr. Hayden-1873-year-". Image size 36.5" wide x 17" high, in original black finished wood frame (28.2" x 47.8") with mat having ink inscribed "1878 W.H.J." A... > Item Details
Child's Wheelbarrow in Original Red Paint,
Lot # 509 - Child's Wheelbarrow in Original Red Paint,
early 20th century toy/child's mixed wood wheel barrow in original old red paint, wire nail construction, sides were decorated with stenciled running horse, nice patina; 26" long x 11" wide x 8" high. > Item Details
Early Langenheim Glass Stereoview,
Lot # 21 - Early Langenheim Glass Stereoview,
hand tinted, entitled "Franklin Statue Boston...." with worn original cloth seals, dated 1856, 3.35" x 6.8". > Item Details
Chalkware Figural Spill Holder,
Lot # 626 - Chalkware Figural Spill Holder,
mid-19th century, with two spaniels, flanking a cornucopia holder. Original dark varnished finish, solid casting, 6" high x 4.2" long x 3.25" wide. > Item Details
CDV of An Ohio Field Grade Officer,
Lot # 183 - CDV of An Ohio Field Grade Officer,
with backmark of "Cridland’s Gallery, Dayton, Ohio” with contemporary pencil identification of “C.R. Winchell” on recto. Cartes is incorrectly identified as there are no “C.R. Winchell’s” listed in Union service with staff rank. Likely a staff officer in a low numbered Ohio regiment, possibly the... > Item Details
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