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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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18th Century English Traveling Brass Scales,
Lot # 800 - 18th Century English Traveling Brass Scales,
in original leather case, boxed set that expands when opened with original printed paper label on interior marked "H. Reel, Perfect, Lancashire.", closed 5.3" long x .75" wide, engraved on base "W.R. 1787". > Item Details
Early American Spindle Back Armchair,
Lot # 554 - Early American Spindle Back Armchair,
probably late 18th century, in Pilgrim style. This chair has rush seat with four vertical spinals with single horizontal spindle crest, stiles terminate in flattened onion dome turning, high arms & very worn rush seat, old but not original finish with good color. > Item Details
Joseph R. Good 39th Missouri CDV Albums,
Lot # 181 - Joseph R. Good 39th Missouri CDV Albums,
lot of 2. Captain Good’s complete 1860’s photo archive in two beautiful leather albums containing six military CDV’s among seventy-one additional civilian relatives and lithographs of Presidents. Three of the military cartes are identified in ink, including two different views of Captain Joseph R.... > Item Details
Chippendale Mirror,
Lot # 735 - Chippendale Mirror,
18th century, probably New England, with broken original mirror glass in mahogany frame, circa 1750-90; 11.5" wide x 18" high. > Item Details
Set of Sterling Candlesticks,
Lot # 680 - Set of Sterling Candlesticks,
four, American, early 20th century Adams-style, marked "Sterling," with stylized floral engraving and fluting with laurel wreath on each side of stem, each 10.5" high. > Item Details
Missouri National Guard Uniform and Accouterments,
Lot # 333 - Missouri National Guard Uniform and Accouterments,
group of 5 items. Uniform of J. Veru Papin includes a wool 5-button Missouri militia jacket, wool pants, a canteen with cork stopper with canvas cover printed with "U.S.," leather belt-rig, and knapsack containing mess kit (knife, fork and spoon) and cotton-lined leather spats. Knapsack has "Battery... > Item Details
Civil War Photograph of Ruins of Gaines Mills,
Lot # 207 - Civil War Photograph of Ruins of Gaines Mills,
albumen image, 9 x7" mounted on larger printed board, from Gardner's "Incidents of the War", and plate 93 from his "Sketchbook." Negative by Reekie and printed by Gardner. A haunting scene, with the ruins of the Mill and a partial skeleton visible symbolizing the loss of personal property and life... > Item Details
English and Chinese Willow Ware,
Lot # 566 - English and Chinese Willow Ware,
lot of 4. Includes 3 Chinese export porcelain pieces with gilt trim, a handleless cup & saucer, an 8" plate and a handleless cup; AND an English pearlware openwork fruit basket and under tray, 10.75" long x 9" wide x 3" high, all 1st quarter of the 19th century. > Item Details
Scarce Slavery Emancipation Manuscript,
Lot # 112 - Scarce Slavery Emancipation Manuscript,
dated 1 Jan. 1827. This manuscript notes that one Daniel Craig has requested of the court in "this State" the "...emancipation of a certain Negro man slave named George in consideration of the meritorious services of the said George...." It is uncertain which state, as it is never mentioned (most li... > Item Details
Three Political Autographs, Colfax, Seward and Webster,
Lot # 446 - Three Political Autographs, Colfax, Seward and Webster,
includes an ANS by Schuyler Colfax, dated Feb.24, 1857 with HR wax seal, approx 4.25 x 7", framed with cdv of Colfax; PLUS ANS by William Seward, later pencil note "1868", 5.5 x 6.5" visible, framed with print of portrait; AND check from the Bank of the United States signed by Daniel Webster, framed... > Item Details
James Madison Signed Land Grant,
Lot # 420 - James Madison Signed Land Grant,
partially printed,folio on vellum, October 14, 1815. Granting land to Benjamin Boardman of Jeffersonville (Ohio). Boldly signed by Madison, with attached wafer seal. > 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
Cleveland-Thurman Jugate Campaign Ribbon,
Lot # 89 - Cleveland-Thurman Jugate Campaign Ribbon,
black, on pink silk, 9.25 x 2.75." Printed by Buford, Indianapolis. > Item Details
Subscription Proposal  for W.H. Harrison Campaign Newspaper,
Lot # 42 - Subscription Proposal for W.H. Harrison Campaign Newspaper,
folio, Albany, August 7, 1835. "Proposals for Publishing a New Weekly Paper at the City of Albany to be Called THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE" whose purpose will be to "support the undeniable claims of the People's Candidate...Gen. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON." An exceptionally early prospectus, issued well i... > Item Details
Ovid Blue Decorated Salt Glazed Stoneware Jar,
Lot # 695 - Ovid Blue Decorated Salt Glazed Stoneware Jar,
American, early 19th century, with double lunate handles & chain of cobalt freehand tulips at shoulder, attributed to Alexandria, Va.; 9.5 x 11.25". > Item Details
Great CDV of Illinois Squirrel Hunters,
Lot # 17 - Great CDV of Illinois Squirrel Hunters,
with backmark of "Hannaman, Shelbyville, ILL." Both display grey squirrels, one holds a percussion rifle with his hunting bag and horn visible; one holds a percussion side-by-side. Identified on verso in period ink as "M. Hagen and Wm. Behymer." A fine, midwestern image. > Item Details
Grain Painted Hanging Shelf,
Lot # 573 - Grain Painted Hanging Shelf,
pine, in red and black original graining. With scalloped sides above 4 small drawers, above larger shelf, above cubby-hole file area, 18.75" wide x 15.25" deep x 24.5" high. > Item Details
Political Sheet Music Collection,
Lot # 88 - Political Sheet Music Collection,
lot of 13. Includes, "McKinley Grand March," 1896; "Tip and Ty: A New Comic Whig Glee," "The Pathfinder's Quick Step," "Sumner's Funeral March" (1874), "(Teddy Bear) The Royal Gewgaw" (1907), "The Tolling Bell Approaching Mount Vernon" (1859), "Roosevelt March" (1919), "Coolidge and Dawes for the Na... > Item Details
Simon Kenton Signed Receipt,
Lot # 445 - Simon Kenton Signed Receipt,
ANS by Simon Kenton on one side, 26 Feb. 1801, witnessed by Benjamin Bayles. Kentucky tax blind stamp in upper corner. Document on verso signed by John Kenton and other early Kentuckians. All signatures including Kenton's are bold. > Item Details
Cincinnati Berkshire Bitters Pig Flask,
Lot # 672 - Cincinnati Berkshire Bitters Pig Flask,
amber glass with "Berkshire Bitters" on left side & "Amann & Co. Cincinnati" on right, this is the fat pig, 10" long & mold blown. > Item Details
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