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Southworth and Hawes Daguerreotype,
2003 Americana and Decorative Arts. Nov. 12 - 13.
in classic leather push button Boston case, gracefully posed middle aged gentleman, typical of the work of this fine shop, original paper seals.

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Slight solar ring, still VG.
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M. Bays 1811 Schoolgirl Sampler,
Lot # 921 - M. Bays 1811 Schoolgirl Sampler,
American, linen and polychrome silk; decorated with numerous flower pots, birds, trees, people and animals with central Adam & Eve at Tree of Life with Snake, inscription below: Blessed Are The Humble Souls That See/Their Emptiness And Poverty/Treasures Of Grace To Them Are Given/And Crowns Of Joy L... > Item Details
Lot of British Ornamental Horse Tack,
Lot # 1101 - Lot of British Ornamental Horse Tack,
lot of 13, all individually mounted on leather, most of which is original, motifs includes plow, rampant lion, horse, star, stirrup, and geometric, all approx. 3.5 x 4.5". Also two wall mount brass hooks fron tack, all reproductions from the 1970-80's. > Item Details
Collection of Early 19th Century Political Signatures,
Lot # 145 - Collection of Early 19th Century Political Signatures,
lot of 13 items. Includes signatures of Daniel Webster (2 signatures), Edward Everett, William Crawford, Martin Van Buren, Peter Force, Samuel Southard, Churchill Cambreleng, George Bibb, and more. Webster, Daniel (1782-1852). ANS, 8 x 10", Washington [DC], Dec. 29, 1826, regarding a payment of $100... > Item Details
Scrimshaw Walrus Tusk,
Lot # 781 - Scrimshaw Walrus Tusk,
a fine late 19th or early 20th century scrimshaw tusk with inscription By John McIntire A Man of Esteem with a clipper ship on one side, flanked by leafing branches and whaling tools such as harpoon, oar, spear, hooks and anchor on the other, all filled in with a resin like substance, likely pitch; ... > Item Details
Autographs of Governors Galore,
Lot # 149 - Autographs of Governors Galore,
lot of 37. Governors of Indiana and a few other states. Most addressed to Oliver Smith and John Love. This collection includes all but 7 or 8 of the 19th century governors of the State of Indiana. Includes: Seymour, Horatio, Gov. NY. LS, 1p, Albany, June 6, 1864. Thanking John Love for serving on a ... > Item Details
Civil War Letter by Maj. Gen. Alfred Pleasanton, USA
Lot # 276 - Civil War Letter by Maj. Gen. Alfred Pleasanton, USA
(1824-1897). 2pp, 5 x 8.25", Headquarters Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac letterhead, (Washington?), Sept. 10, 1863. Addressed to John Love. Commending the 3rd Indiana cavalry and discussing the recommendation of Col. Chapman (3rd IN Cav.) to a brigadier appointment. Pleasonton notes By the way y... > Item Details
17th Century Dutch Oil on Copper In the Manner of Peter Bruegel the Elder,
Lot # 674 - 17th Century Dutch Oil on Copper In the Manner of Peter Bruegel the Elder,
artist signed lower right Hans Tese, nice painting of the mini-ice age in the late 17th century, village scene with large groups of people ice skating on the frozen lakes and rivers of Holland; 8.3" x 19.55"; in modern gilt gesso rococo frame; 18.5" x 30.25". > Item Details
ANS by Daniel Webster,
Lot # 135 - ANS by Daniel Webster,
(1782-1852), orator, lawyer, politician and Secretary of State. ANS, 1p, 5 x 8", n.p.(probably Washington), Jan 14, 1839. Addressed to Oliver Smith concerning a parcel he had received in Boston. Webster is possibly best known as an orator, though few today could tell you what he said. He argued many... > Item Details
Gary Birch Nautical Scrimshaw Powder Horn,
Lot # 893 - Gary Birch Nautical Scrimshaw Powder Horn,
carved, turned and engraved with cherry stopper and brass plug. Engraved with 3-masted ship, under full sail, flying a stylized flag, birds above and fish below; set in geometric engraved frame; large fish and branching tulips with ivy vines and scrollwork at margins; with leather shoulder strap; si... > Item Details
Oil on Canvas of Classical Ruins by Consalvo Carelli,
Lot # 675 - Oil on Canvas of Classical Ruins by Consalvo Carelli,
signed in lower left C. Carelli Pestum (Italian 1818-1900), portraying a large field with two large classical ruins and a passing group of travelers; 14.5" high x 24.5" wide (w/o frame); 17.25" high x 27.25" wide (w/frame). > Item Details
Reed & Barton Silver Toby Pitcher,
Lot # 845 - Reed & Barton Silver Toby Pitcher,
Double-faced silver plated with "C" handle, marked Reed & Barton/5640 with schooner below, ca 1920-50; 7" high. > Item Details
<i>Muriel Muses</i> Painting by Itzchak Tarkay,
Lot # 687 - Muriel Muses Painting by Itzchak Tarkay,
watercolor on paper, signed in the lower right Tarkay. A vibrant, colorful portrait of a young woman sitting at a small table. Very typical of the work of Tarkay (1953-, born in Yugoslavia, now in Israel). In new gilt frame; 9" high x 12" wide (w/o frame); 24.75" high x 21.75" (w/frame). > Item Details
A Herd of Cast Iron Horse Still Banks,
Lot # 545 - A Herd of Cast Iron Horse Still Banks,
lot of 4, includes Prancing Horse on Pebbled Base, in gold paint unattributed American, ca 1900-20; 2.75" wide x 6.75" long x 7.5" high; PLUS Prancing Horse on Oval Base in original black, and red paint, by Hubley or A.C. Williams, ca 1920; 4.75" long x 5.2" high; PLUS Prancing Horse in original bla... > Item Details
Grotesque Face Jug from Louisville,
Lot # 904 - Grotesque Face Jug from Louisville,
hand-formed stoneware jug with inset white teeth and eyes (with black highlights) sgraffito hair, applied using comb, wide flaring ears, flanking pierced projections at shoulder for wire bale handle (not present) and slightly African American facial features; purchased at an estate auction on 38th s... > Item Details
CDV of General Robert E. Lee,
Lot # 236 - CDV of General Robert E. Lee,
no imprint with old ink identification over orange two-cent revenue stamp. The classic image of the General with noticeable brown spotting in the albumen caused by the original glue, otherwise undamaged with relatively sharp corners. > Item Details
Autographed Letter with Doves by Richard Ewell, CSA
Lot # 262 - Autographed Letter with Doves by Richard Ewell, CSA
(1817-1872). ALS, 3pp, Baltimore (MD), Dec. 30, n.y. Addressed to John Love, concerns personal matters. The letter probably dates from 1849, because he makes reference to Love's recent marriage (hence the doves at the top), which happened in the fall of that year. Ewell notes: I can only at present ... > Item Details
Campaign Ambrotype of General Winfield Scott,
Lot # 90 - Campaign Ambrotype of General Winfield Scott,
large, ca. 2.75 x 3.25" image an engraving of Scott in dress uniform with brass wrap type frame with loop hanger. > Item Details
Carved Ivory Miniature Portrait,
Lot # 646 - Carved Ivory Miniature Portrait,
high relief carving of a young gentleman in 18th century style waist coat, lace collar and long flowing hair or whig, mounted in an oval brass frame with cover glass, English or Continental, 3.25" x 3.8". > Item Details
Lehmann Wind-up Tin Lithographed Motor Coach,
Lot # 587 - Lehmann Wind-up Tin Lithographed Motor Coach,
in original polychrome paint with Lehmann symbol printed on each side and marked on rear D.R. Patent/D.R.G.M./Engl. Patent/Made In Germany; 5" long x 4" high. > Item Details
Royal Bayreuth Devil & Clock Dish,
Lot # 605 - Royal Bayreuth Devil & Clock Dish,
unmarked with tan ground and black raised Roman numerals with devil lying across face; 4.5" diameter. > Item Details
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