Lot 9    

Fine Tintype of a Man with Two Oxen,
2002 Americana & Decorative Arts. November 20.
4 x 2.5" in original walnut "cross t" frame. An anonymous horizontal image, he drapes his arm on the back of one of the oxen, and holds a switch in his other hand.

Condition:  
Near EXC, though not examined out of frame.
Est $300 - $400
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Early American Sewing Boxes,
Lot # 773 - Early American Sewing Boxes,
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Dorothea Dix Manuscript Archive,
Lot # 456 - Dorothea Dix Manuscript Archive,
32 ALsS, 1 postcard, 3 other items, pieces of plants and flowers. 1878-1886. A series of deeply affectionate letters from Dorothea L. Dix, superintendent of Nurses in the Union Army during the Civil War, to a young Katie Britton, the darling daughter of a New Jersey physician. Many of the letters... > Item Details
Large Lot of WW I  Items,
Lot # 406 - Large Lot of WW I Items,
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Ninth Plate Tintype of Armed Rebel Soldier,
Lot # 175 - Ninth Plate Tintype of Armed Rebel Soldier,
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Red & White Jacquard Coverlets,
Lot # 608 - Red & White Jacquard Coverlets,
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Pair of Fine Flint Glass Candlesticks,
Lot # 619 - Pair of Fine Flint Glass Candlesticks,
clear paneled with petal form top and domed base, 10" high. > Item Details
Signed Wallace Nutting Comb-back Knuckle-Arm Windsor,
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Embroidered Silk Eagles With Flags,
Lot # 498 - Embroidered Silk Eagles With Flags,
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American Miniature on Ivory,
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Early American Fireplace Equipment,
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Ammo Cello Pinbacks,
Lot # 407 - Ammo Cello Pinbacks,
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Magnificent  Eagle Hilt Sabre,
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U.S. Grant Shell Stickpin,
Lot # 76 - U.S. Grant Shell Stickpin,
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Early American Baskets,
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Autographed Brady  CDV of R.E. Lee,
Lot # 192 - Autographed Brady CDV of R.E. Lee,
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Early Tin & Glass Post Lamps,
Lot # 818 - Early Tin & Glass Post Lamps,
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Receipt for the Capture of a Slave,
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Chippendale Mirror,
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