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**Colt Lightning Slide-Action Rifle
Lot # 1671 - **Colt Lightning Slide-Action Rifle
.22 caliber, 24" octagonal barrel, S/N 63054. Re-blued finish, walnut stocks, replacement forearm, 1901 date of mfg.
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Four CDVs, Michigan BBGs: Robert Minty, John Parkhurst, Luther Trowbridge, William Withington
Lot # 486 - Four CDVs, Michigan BBGs: Robert Minty, John Parkhurst, Luther Trowbridge, William Withington
Lot of 4: Bvt. Brig. Gen. Robert Minty, Col., 4th Michigan Cavalry, received two brevets, no studio imprint. Bvt. Brig. Gen. John G. Parkhurst, Col., 9th Michigan; POW Murfreesboro, TN 7/62 (confined at Madison, GA), exchanged 12/62; received single brevet; CDV with Parkhurst inked on verso, no studio imprint. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Luther Trowbridge, Col., 10th Michigan Cavalry, received two brevets, carte ink autographed beneath portrait, with T.M. Schleier, Knoxville, TN imprint. Bvt. Brig. Gen. William Withington, Col., 17th Michigan; WIA and POW Bull Run, VA 7/61, exchanged 1/62; received single brevet; with J.V. Cookingham, Jackson, MI bm. 
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Smith & Wesson Model 2 with Beaded Leather Holster
Lot # 1512 - Smith & Wesson Model 2 with Beaded Leather Holster
.32 RF caliber, 6" barrel, S/N 58. Blue finish, rosewood grips. Leather flap holster with Indian beadwork and rawhide fringe.
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Betty Woodman (1930; USA)
Lot # 128 - Betty Woodman (1930; USA)
Pair of Vases with Skirts
ca 2002
Ink and Watercolor on Paper; ht 10.5, wd. 13.5 in. 
Pencil signature and date l.r.
 
Internationally recognized as one of today’s most important sculptors using ceramics, Woodman's career began in the 1950s as a production potter with the aim of creating objects to enhance everyday life. Since then, the vase has become Woodman’s subject, product, and muse. In deconstructing and reconstructing its form, she has created an exuberant and complex body of sculpture.
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Jeff Shapiro (1949; USA)
Lot # 164 - Jeff Shapiro (1949; USA)
Teapot
ca 2002
Wood-fired Stoneware; ht. 12.75, wd. 12.25, dp. 10.5 in. 
Artist signature incised on base.
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Custom Sub-Hilt Fighting Knife by <i>Bill Reddiex</i>
Lot # 1768 - Custom Sub-Hilt Fighting Knife by Bill Reddiex
11.25" o.a.l., 6.25" blade. Satin stainless steel construction, cocobolo handle with black spacers. Leather sheath.
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US Indian War Model 1873 Trowel Bayonet
Lot # 1266 - US Indian War Model 1873 Trowel Bayonet
10" trowel-shaped blade. 14.5" overall length. No scabbard.
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Warren MacKenzie (1924; USA)
Lot # 137 - Warren MacKenzie (1924; USA)
Shino Glazed Faceted Bottle Vase
ca 2003
Stoneware; ht. 18.5, wd. 5.25, dp. 5.25 in.
 
Warren MacKenzie is the first American apprentice of the father of studio pottery, Bernard Leach. Warren and his wife Alix worked with Leach in England from 1949 to 1952.  Upon their return, they became champions of the Leach style. Since 1952 MacKenzie has taught at the University of Minnesota, where he is a Regents' Professor Emeritus. His students have included Randy Johnston, Mike Norman, Jeff Oestreich, Wayne Branum, Mark Pharis, Barbara Diduk, Paul Dresang, Shirley Johnson, Michael and Sandy Simon.
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Three CDVs, Ohio BBGs: John R. Hurd, John S. Jones, Wells S. Jones
Lot # 467 - Three CDVs, Ohio BBGs: John R. Hurd, John S. Jones, Wells S. Jones
Lot of 3: J.P. Ball, Cincinnati, OH carte of Bvt. Brig. Gen. John Ricker Hurd, Col. 173rd OVI; POW Scarey Creek, WV 7/61, confined Richmond, VA, Liggon Tobacco Factory; received single brevet. Holyland, Washington, D.C. carte of Bvt. Brig. Gen. John Sills Jones, signed on verso as Capt. Jones, 4th OVI, Col. 174th OVI; WIA (place and date not stated); received single brevet. Post-war copyshot of Bvt. Brig. Gen. Wells S. Jones, Col. 53rd OVI; WIA Fort McAllister, GA 12/64; received single brevet.
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Three CDVs, Ohio BBGs: Alvin Coe Voris, Darius Warner, Thomas L. Young
Lot # 478 - Three CDVs, Ohio BBGs: Alvin Coe Voris, Darius Warner, Thomas L. Young
Lot of 3: Bvt. Maj. Gen. Alvin Coe Voris, Col. 67th OVI, WIA July 18, 1863 at Fort Wagner, SC, signed on verso Lt. G.(?). Tappan / from "Old Promptly" (Tappin served as 1st Lt. in Co. F, 67th OVI). Bvt. Brig. Gen. Darius B. Warner, Col. 113th OVI, WIA at Kennesaw Mountain, June 27, 186, resulting in amputation of his right arm, scarce pose, autographed on recto beneath the portrait with his left hand, and with revenue stamp on verso. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Thomas L. Young, Col. 118th OVI, carte by Peckover's, Paris, KY, ink identified beneath portrait and on verso as Pride of the Regiment.
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