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Tintype of a Hunter and His Dog,
2002 Americana & Decorative Arts. November 20.
in an unusal cast iron frame. Cdv-sized post-Civil War image of a young boy holding a Springfield rifle, his hunting bag slung over his shoulder and his pup curled at his feet.

Condition:  
Plate with noticeable bend, frame with old, crackled black paint finish.
Est $300 - $400
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Figural Cast Iron Doorstop,
Lot # 637 - Figural Cast Iron Doorstop,
with original polychrome paint in form of a fluted, footed fruit basket with oranges, grapes, plum leaves and flowers, 7 x 7." 95% original paint, marked on rear "456." > Item Details
Ambrotype of Hammer Dulcimer Player,
Lot # 4 - Ambrotype of Hammer Dulcimer Player,
anonymous sixth plate in a pressed paper case, showing a young girl holding two hammers and peering over her dulcimer. The first such image of this type of musical instrument we've seen in 20 years! > Item Details
Scarce Texas Immigrant's Guide, With Map,
Lot # 314 - Scarce Texas Immigrant's Guide, With Map,
Edward, David B. "The History of Texas; or, the Emigrant's, Farmer's, and Politician's Guide to the Character, Climate, Soil, and Productions of that Country:..." 1836, Cincinnati: J.A. James & Co., 336pp. 12mo, cloth wth spine label. Folding map in front with hand-colored outlines. Howes [E48] note... > Item Details
Rare Union Pacific Railroad Invitation,
Lot # 467 - Rare Union Pacific Railroad Invitation,
from "The Union Pacific Railway Company Eastern Division invites you to be present as per Letter of Mr. Samuel Hallett to celebrate the opening of the First Section of Forty Miles of their Road West from the Missouri River." Signed upper right corner "S.L. Clemens (Mark Twain)." Also in upper left c... > Item Details
Early Copper Cookware,
Lot # 778 - Early Copper Cookware,
lot of 3. Includes a signed Swedish gooseneck tea kettle with bale handle, 7" high x 8" long; PLUS an all-copper measure/pitcher 3.75" d. x 5" high; AND an 8" d. x 3.75" high round pan with riveted copper handle at side. > Item Details
Early French Automobile Hand-Colored Lithograph by Gamy
Lot # 493 - Early French Automobile Hand-Colored Lithograph by Gamy
showing 4 people racing through the desert, scarring camels in touring car. Dated 1914. Framed and matted; 15.5" x 32.5" Frame 21" x 37.5". > Item Details
American Miniature on Ivory,
Lot # 632 - American Miniature on Ivory,
unsigned portrait of a young woman wearing black dress with flowered scarf, mounted in memorial gilt metal oval frame with lock of hair in rear, engraved on rear "S.V.B. Boykin", 2.25" wide x 2.75" high. > Item Details
Abraham Lincoln Endorsement,
Lot # 428 - Abraham Lincoln Endorsement,
1p letter from John Wien Forney recommending a friend to a paymaster post, dated Jan 12, 1863. Docketed on outer fold in Lincoln's hand "Submitted to the Secretary of War. A. Lincoln / Jan 13, 1863." Forney was a strong supporter of Lincoln who served as Clerk of the House of Representatives from 1... > Item Details
Spindle Back Child's Windsor High Chair,
Lot # 513 - Spindle Back Child's Windsor High Chair,
early 19th century American, mixed wood. With worn black over original red paint, tapered spindle back with stepped crest plank seat; seat height 19", total height 31". > Item Details
Chalkware Lamb,
Lot # 624 - Chalkware Lamb,
with original paint, 9" long x 7.5" high, fine old patina. > 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
Check Signed by Early Kentucky Frontiersman,
Lot # 449 - Check Signed by Early Kentucky Frontiersman,
James French, Mount Sterling, KY, 13 July 1821(?). Check 1.75 x 5.5", made out to himself for $198. French settled very early at Boonesborough. His son Richard, who was born in Boonesborough, served in the state HR, then as a Representative to Washington. > Item Details
Scarce Buffalo Bill Poster,
Lot # 385 - Scarce Buffalo Bill Poster,
"The Red Fox--"Red Cloud" Waiting and Watching," one of a pair of scarce posters, the other showing Buffalo Bill on horseback. Last pair to sell sold in excess of $20,000. Framed and matted, approximately 19.5" x 24"; frame 26.5" x 31". > Item Details
Chippendale Mirror,
Lot # 751 - Chippendale Mirror,
18th century American, with original glass, lacks finish, but nice color; 12" wide x 17.5" high. > Item Details
Decorated Fireplace Bellows,
Lot # 783 - Decorated Fireplace Bellows,
lot of 2, both early 19th century turtleback type with stenciled polychrome painting. Includes a 17.5" long example with flower basket decoration & brass nozzle; AND an 11.5" long example with flower basket in gilt & brass nozzle. > Item Details
Staffordshire Plate & Cups,
Lot # 766 - Staffordshire Plate & Cups,
lot of 16, English, early to mid-19th century. Includes the following on pearlware bodies; four 3.7" hexagonal Queensware cup plates with applied light blue sprig decoration; PLUS a 3.75" light blue transfer-printed cup plate with Gothic ruins; PLUS a med. blue transfer saucer in willow pattern; PL... > 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
William Henry Harrison Campaign Ribbon,
Lot # 45 - William Henry Harrison Campaign Ribbon,
on cream ground, framed oval bust of Harrison. Above, a sailing ship with "We have met the enemy and they are ours. Sept. 10, 1813." Then "Major General William Henry Harrison / Hero of Tippecanoe / Fort Meigs / and / Thames" with log cabin below. [Sullivan & Fischer WHH-21a] > Item Details
The First City Directory West of the Alleghenies,
Lot # 316 - The First City Directory West of the Alleghenies,
"The Cincinnati Directory, Containing the Names, Profession and Occupation of the Inhabitants of the Town,...By a Citizen." 1819, Cincinnati: Oliver Farnsworth. 12mo, full calf, 156pp. Important Ohio resource with histories of the region as well as Cincinnati proper, such as events in the French and... > Item Details
Trade Sign in Original Paint For A Roofing Company,
Lot # 586 - Trade Sign in Original Paint For A Roofing Company,
with black ground and lettering in yellow with red edging, reads "J. Hartline & Sons/Tin, Tile, Slate & Asbestos Roofing/Mut Phone 77-207, 924 W. 21st Street". Alligatored finish, 89.75" wide x 7.8" high x 1" thick. > Item Details
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