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Johann Jakob Haid (German, 1704-1767)
Lot # 371 - Johann Jakob Haid (German, 1704-1767)
Botanical Prints
hand-colored mezzotint engravings on laid paper
initialed l.r.
matted and housed in gilt frames
13.25 x 8.75 in. (sight).

A group of four botanicals engraved by Johan Jakob Haid from Phytanthoza Iconographia, a four volume work published by Johann Wilhelm Weinmann (German, 1683-1741) between 1737 and 1745. Includes plates N.327, N.328, N.628, and N.686.
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Two Turn-of-the-Century Western Photograph Albums
Lot # 346 - Two Turn-of-the-Century Western Photograph Albums
Lot of 2, including an album dated 1900 documenting a family's voyage from Denver to Salt Lake City, and an album of 2.125 in. sq. Brownie snapshots of a family's camping trip. Full description coming soon.
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Family Correspondence with Reverend Joseph B. Hill Regarding Missouri Life in the 1850s
Lot # 331 - Family Correspondence with Reverend Joseph B. Hill Regarding Missouri Life in the 1850s
Rev. Joseph Bancroft HILL [6] (twin) was born 5 Nov 1796, Mason, NH. 'Bancroft' was a lawyer; evangelist; colleague-pastor with his father in the Congregational Church, Mason; edited "Hill's Almanac" (published by his brother, Ebenezer, Jr) and an Agent of U.S. Christian Commission in the Civil War, 1864. While serving in the Christian Commission in Chattanooga, TN, he fell as he was boarding a Military train that had started to move and the wheel of the train passed over his left arm, near his shoulder, crushing the bone. He died a few days later and his body was returned to Temple, NH for burial. Offered are 7 folded letters, to Rev. Joseph B Hill, of Mason Nh, and his brother John B Hill, from their brother and sister in various place in Missouri. 5 are stampless from Paris, St Charles, and St Louis. The last 2 are postmarked St Louis and are franked with the 3ct 1851 issue SC #11. one of the stampless fl regards a murder … the young man was defending a Negro from abuse, and thus brought on himself the anger.” The letters also describe the various Missouri towns and residents. It mentions a steam boat ride and other aspects of Missouri life in the 1850s.
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US Civil War Harpers Ferry M-1816 Conversion
Lot # 24 - US Civil War Harpers Ferry M-1816 Conversion
.69 caliber, 41.5" barrel, walnut stock, re-dated lock 1855.
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8MM Arabic Ammo 175 Rds.
Lot # 758 - 8MM Arabic Ammo 175 Rds.
175 rds. boxed and loose 8mm Mid-eastern ammo.
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Chinese Plate with Phoenix Decoration
Lot # 290 - Chinese Plate with Phoenix Decoration
Chinese, 20th century. A round porcelain plate with blue and white phoenix and floral decorations to center. Four-character mark to underside; dia. 8.75 in.
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**Springfield Armory Model 1898 Krag Rifle and Bayonet
Lot # 47 - **Springfield Armory Model 1898 Krag Rifle and Bayonet
.30-40 caliber, 30" barrel, S/N 121898. With bayonet marked U.S. 1895. 1898 cartouche.
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**Beretta Model 1934 with Extra Magazine
Lot # 231 - **Beretta Model 1934 with Extra Magazine
.380 caliber, 3.5" barrel, S/N 38743. Two magazines, marked on top of barrel Armamentos WPB FL .380 ACP Italy.
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Indian Agent, Gabriel Godfrey, <i>Abstracts of Title</i> Book
*Winchester Model 100 Semi-Automatic Rifle
Lot # 618 - *Winchester Model 100 Semi-Automatic Rifle
.308 Win. caliber, 19" barrel, S/N 159326. Blue finish, walnut stock. With leather sling and magazine.
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German WWII Army Kuban Campaign Shield