Lot 37    

Unusual Tintype of a Masked Woman,
2003 Americana May 8-9.
6th plate in an octagonal floral Union case. A fine fun theatrical portrait!

Condition:  
Image EXC., case with slight surface wear, still VG.
Est $150 - $250
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Rose Medallion Footed Tea Pot,
Lot # 670 - Rose Medallion Footed Tea Pot,
with high domed lid with gilt ball finial, C scroll handle and gilt decorated spout and lip, circa 1830, 9.5" high. Wonderful all-over polychrome overglaze enamel decoration in the classic Rose Medallion pattern, panels with court scenes, and florals, birds and butterflies. > Item Details
Pair of Regency Style End Tables,
Lot # 1079 - Pair of Regency Style End Tables,
mahogany, circa 1900. Vase-shaped cut-out ends and 1/2 circle legs at each end. Tray-type top with small shelf below and hidden drawer just under tray top. Original finish. 26.25" x 19" x 13", both hand made so sizes vary slightly. > Item Details
American Reverse Painted Federal Mirror,
Lot # 1063 - American Reverse Painted Federal Mirror,
mahogany, architectural style. Two-part mirror with gilt reverse painting of ruins surrounded in black and blue vine motif. Reeded columns with bulls-eye rosettes at base and floral scroll carving at top. Original mirror glass and finish, 12" x 26.3". > Item Details
Oil on Board Portrait of a Horse,
Lot # 1068 - Oil on Board Portrait of a Horse,
anonymous. Untitled, circa 1880-1900. 12.5 x 18.5". Portrait of a white horse with gray tail, mane and hooves, standing in front an open barn door with red blanket hanging from door. In a period gilt frame. > Item Details
Coates Kinney Manuscripts,
Lot # 355 - Coates Kinney Manuscripts,
lot of 40 voucher copies, and 8 account sheets from the archives of Coates Kinney (1826-1904), Paymaster of Volunteers, U.S. Army. The documents are in a marbled paper-covered board document box, which has protected most of them from toning and wear. These vouchers are the final accounting for troop... > Item Details
Thermoplastic Washington Belt Buckle,
Lot # 115 - Thermoplastic Washington Belt Buckle,
2.75" high x 3.8" wide, two piece, with oval bust-length portraits of George & Martha, brass attachments on rear. > Item Details
CDV of Two Hunters,
Lot # 75 - CDV of Two Hunters,
each holding a percussion long rifle, dressed in overcoats, heavy boots and hats with powder horns across chests. Base of neck brace is visible behind gentleman on right. Back stamp of "C.A. Cross" of "Sandusky, O.". > Item Details
Indiana Delegate GAR Medals Plus,
Lot # 377 - Indiana Delegate GAR Medals Plus,
lot of 6, first five of which are all bronze delegate badges as follows: a portrait medallion from 28th annual encampment, Dept. of Indiana, at Fort Wayne, 1907, with Gen. Lawton; 2 matching portrait medallions from 27th annual encampment, Dept. of Indiana, at La Fayette, 1906, with Gen. De Lafayett... > Item Details
Folk Art Carved Bird Head Cane,
Lot # 766 - Folk Art Carved Bird Head Cane,
single piece maple, with "L" shaped handle carved in form of bird head with slightly open beak. Tapered shaft with engraved inscription "P.M.B. J 5 1864, Hy GJC" and "JW" on opposite side. Total length, 36.5"; appears to have never had a ferrule. Nice old polished patina. > Item Details
Rose Medallion Lot,
Lot # 677 - Rose Medallion Lot,
lot of 6, all early to mid 20th century. Includes a nice 6.5" high teapot with bamboo style handle and gilt edging; PLUS a sauce or gravy boat, 4.75" d. x 4" h.; PLUS an 8.25" d. and a 10.2" d. plate; PLUS a small cup & saucer; AND an oval platter 7.25" w. x 9.2" l. Wonderful all-over polychrome o... > Item Details
Early American Wrought Iron Peels & Shovel,
Lot # 1020 - Early American Wrought Iron Peels & Shovel,
all either late 18th or early 19th centuries. Includes a 34" long peel with faceted handle terminal; PLUS a fireplace shovel with similar terminal, 31.5" long; AND a smaller peel with turned ball end on handle, 25.5" long. > Item Details
Modern Folk Art Wood Sculptures,
Lot # 1030 - Modern Folk Art Wood Sculptures,
includes a cute set of 3 graduated squirrels with ball in polychrome paint, 4.5" to 8" h. Signed on bases "Mike Bradley" and dated 1991-2; AND a perching bird, probably a hawk, in polychrome paint, 8" h. Marked on base "JS 92." > Item Details
Folk Art Painting of Fort Dearborn, Illinois,
Lot # 663 - Folk Art Painting of Fort Dearborn, Illinois,
anonymous oil on canvas. The frontier settlement of log structures that would become Chicago. Native American teepee's on a lake shore with both White settlers and Native American's performing various domestic tasks, 21" x 28". With tacked wood strips at margins used as frame. Includes a chromol... > Item Details
Tintype of A Young African American Gentleman,
Lot # 48 - Tintype of A Young African American Gentleman,
sixth plate size, in octagonal Union case with slip of paper behind with inscription "Sam, William our old Colored man-1865-1904." Image appears to date to sometime in the 1860's or early 70's. > Item Details
American National Centennial Parade Flag, 1876,
Lot # 427 - American National Centennial Parade Flag, 1876,
printed on wool; canton machine-stitched to fly; five pointed stars with five rays emanating from center, stars configured into the dates "1776" and "1876"; approximately 44.5 x 28". Vivid colors, great flag to hang! > Item Details
Benjamin Harrison Straight Razor,
Lot # 145 - Benjamin Harrison Straight Razor,
blade 5", with 5.5" horn handle inlaid with nickel,razor 9.5" overall when open. Bust portrait of Ben with "Harrison" on ribbon banner below and laurel branch below that. The side of handle is stamped "Our President." Blade is marked "Koeller & Schmitz Co." > Item Details
Anti-Jackson Campaign Broadside,
Lot # 117 - Anti-Jackson Campaign Broadside,
"Facts Concerning the Six Militia Men and General Jackson." 15.5 x 22". This broadside (from the 1828 campaign) alleges that Jackson had six Tennessee militiamen executed for desertion, even though they had been honorably discharged after their 3 month term of service expired. After outlining their ... > Item Details
Cincinnati Sellew Pewter Teapot,
Lot # 721 - Cincinnati Sellew Pewter Teapot,
marked on base "Sellew & Co./Cincinnati," 7.5" high. Hinged lid, ebonized wood finial, and pewter handle painted black in imitation of ebony. > Item Details
Clothes Dryer Patent Model with Papers,
Lot # 883 - Clothes Dryer Patent Model with Papers,
fine scale model in mahogany and brass. 12 folding arms on two tiers and three cabriole legs. Folded arms are held in place with brass rings at top of column and ends of arms. When open piece is 15.25" d. x 12" h. Includes all patent papers and drawings from the Patent Office. Patented by David ... > Item Details
653A.  Great Scrimshaw Pie Crimper,
Lot # 653 - 653A. Great Scrimshaw Pie Crimper,
walrus ivory,6" long, mid to late 19th century. Beautifully carved of w with handle having relief carving of a bird on a branch on right and a vase with vining plant on left side. Inlaid diamond motifs around sides of handle. Truly an outstanding crimper, with nice patina. > Item Details
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