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Chevalier's California Bowie Knife
Lot # 861 - Chevalier's California Bowie Knife
Chevalier's California Bowie knife  with 9.75" clip point blade. Brass guard, curved stag handle with brass pommel. Leather sheath with brass tip and throat. Overall length 16".
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US WWII OSS T-13
Lot # 982 - US WWII OSS T-13 "Beano" Grenade - Rare
The T-13 "Beano" grenade was developed by the OSS for use by American troops during WWII. It was the same weight and size as a baseball. Made by the Eastman Kodak Co.
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German Rifle Scope
Lot # 1716 - German Rifle Scope
Unmarked except for initials "AWT" on the bottom of the rear claw mount.
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Springfield Armory Model 1873 Long Range Trapdoor Rifle
Lot # 1254 - Springfield Armory Model 1873 Long Range Trapdoor Rifle
.45-70 caliber, 28" three-land-and-groove barrel, S/N 126762. Added spirit level front sight, added rear tang sight, modified rear barrel sight. Remainder of parts are original Springfield Armory parts; this is a made-up gunsmith fantasy rifle.
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Five CDVs of Politicians & Author
Lot # 558 - Five CDVs of Politicians & Author
Lot of 5: Brady carte of Gen. German, a Mexican officer commissioned by Lincoln, never confirmed. A common lithograph of Gen. Beauregard, by Brady/Anthony. Gov. Sprague of Rhode Island, carte by Silsbee, Case & Co., Boston. Pach, New York CDV of Oliver Wendell Holmes, signed and dated "Oct. 17, 1862." CDV of Notorious Ohio Copperhead Clement Vallandingham, by Fredricks & Co., New York.
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*Swiss Martini Target Rifle (Hammerli)
Lot # 1032 - *Swiss Martini Target Rifle (Hammerli)
Caliber unknown, 32" octagonal and fluted barrel. Blued Martini-style action. Ram's horn stock with hook butt. Plain forearm. Double-set triggers with fancy finger loop lever. A tag on the right side of stock is engraved J. Baumgartner over Burglen.
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Three CDVs, Staff Officer BBGs: Andrew Mackay, Miles McAlester, Martin McMahon
Lot # 258 - Three CDVs, Staff Officer BBGs: Andrew Mackay, Miles McAlester, Martin McMahon
Lot of 3: Anonymous carte of Bvt. Brig. Gen. Andrew Mackay in civilian attire, with inked identification beneath portrait, Col. and Quartermaster Gen., received single brevet. Carte with penciled note on verso stating that Mark Katz removed image from M. Brady order books...in mid 1980s. Post-war copyshot, no studio imprint, of Bvt. Brig. Gen. Miles Daniel McAlester, U.S. Engineers, served under Grant during the Vicksburg campaign in March of 1863; for the rest of the war, he was Chief Engineer of the Mil. Div. of West Miss; received single brevet. Goldin & Co., Washington, D.C. view of Bvt. Brig. Gen. Martin T. McMahon, Staff Officer, Army of the Potomac, received two brevets. He was awarded the Medal of Honor for action on 6/30/1862 at White Oak Swamp, VA. McMahon destroyed a valuable train preventing it from falling into the hands of the enemy.
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Three Autographed CDVs: Quincy A. Gillmore, Lawrence P. Graham, Charles Griffin
Lot # 106 - Three Autographed CDVs: Quincy A. Gillmore, Lawrence P. Graham, Charles Griffin
Lot of 3: Maj. Gen. Quincy A. Gillmore '45, verso includes autograph with rank and Augustus Morand, Brooklyn imprint; four wartime brevets. Brig. Gen. Lawrence P. Graham, ink autographed with rank and date on verso, no imprint; field command in 1862 followed by rear-area assignments. Maj. Gen. Charles Griffin '43, ink autographed beneath portrait, no imprint; six wartime brevets for service with the AOP including the Wilderness, Weldon Railroad and Five Forks.
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US Civil War Model 1850 Field Officer's Sword
Lot # 1205 - US Civil War Model 1850 Field Officer's Sword
French import sword, 32" blade, etched panels on each side with US and E. Pluribus Unum. Shagreen handles with wire wrap, brass hilt. With gold officer's sword knot. Metal wood-lined scabbard.
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Paul Chaleff (1947; USA)
Lot # 159 - Paul Chaleff (1947; USA)
Large Wood-fired Vessel 
ca 2004
ht. 28, dia. 15.5 in. 
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