Lot 1568    

CDV of Taxidermist,
2006, Spring Americana, May 10, 11 & 12
standing at a studio table covered with examples of his work, including an owl, squirrel, possum, several ducks and a songbird. A scarce occupational in this format. No imprint.

Condition:  
VG, with traces of mounting glue on verso.
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Set of Stereoviews of the Flood at Lock Haven, PA, 1894,
Lot # 1534 - Set of Stereoviews of the Flood at Lock Haven, PA, 1894,
lot of 32, all square mounted images on 3.5" x 7" yellow card stock with imprint of J.W.C. Floyd, Photographer/ 13 1/2 E. Main Street, Lock Haven, Pa., all with printed titles on reverse. Lock Haven, Pennsylvania is located along the Susquehanna River. Although this was not the worst flood the cit... > Item Details
C.R. Savage Photograph of the Ontario Hoisting Works in Parley's Park, Utah,
Lot # 666 - C.R. Savage Photograph of the Ontario Hoisting Works in Parley's Park, Utah,
boudoir-sized, titled in negative. Another fine image, showing the works and other buildings connected with narrow gauge tracks covered by snow sheds. > Item Details
<i>Gwyn & Campbell</i> Carbine Type II,
Lot # 75 - Gwyn & Campbell Carbine Type II,
.52 caliber, serial number 2877, 20" barrel. Lockplate stamped Gwyn Campbell Patented Hamilton, Ohio. Walnut stock. > Item Details
European Import Civil War Musket,
Lot # 142 - European Import Civil War Musket,
.66 caliber, 37" barrel. Lockplate, barrel, and buttplate with silver coating. Complete with two swivels and cotton sling. > Item Details
CDV of Hospital Steward James A.D. Frazell, 12th Kansas Inf.,
Lot # 1259 - CDV of Hospital Steward James A.D. Frazell, 12th Kansas Inf.,
imprint of R. Stevenson’s Leavenworth, Kansas and earnest ink salutation reading, “Yours Brother till death J.A.D. Frazell to F.M. Frazell and wife.” Frazell wears a long four button sack coat with the green caduceus chevrons of a hospital steward. He enlisted in August 1862 and served until must... > Item Details
Great <i>Lincoln as Chemist</i> Civil War Cover,
Lot # 1680 - Great Lincoln as Chemist Civil War Cover,
in three colors (red, blue & purple, on white) with Lincoln seated on stool in chemistry lab with various bottles and jars of potions surrounding him, and labels and signs on walls and jars all with a somewhat comical anti-slavery and pro-Union message. Printed by G.M. Whipple & A.A. Smith, Salem, M... > Item Details
Two Percussion Pistols Plus One Flintlock
Lot # 453 - Two Percussion Pistols Plus One Flintlock "Decorator" Gun,
first pistol is an over and under pistol .68 caliber, 6.5" barrels. Right lockplate stamped H Ebert and left lockplate stamped Vienna. Lockplates, hammers and trigger guard with ornate engraving. Fine checkered wood grips. Second pistol is a .50 caliber. 7" octagonal barrel. Checkered grips and geom... > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Frontiersman
Lot # 823 - Cabinet Card of Frontiersman
albumen full length portrait of gentleman in buckskin outfit with double revolver holster and holding a rifle, saddle, bridle and lead at feet with imprint of Smith, Cooperstown, N.Y. > Item Details
Belgian Double-Barreled Percussion Shotgun,
Lot # 433 - Belgian Double-Barreled Percussion Shotgun,
14 gauge, 19.5" barrels, with walnut stock and brass hardware. Right lockplate stamped J. Mich Halpert. Left lockplate stamped Anguch. > Item Details
CDVs of Seven Generals and the President,
Lot # 1298 - CDVs of Seven Generals and the President,
lot of 8, including lithographs of Banks, Siegel and Lincoln with period copy shots of Generals Grant and Pope, plus Generals Darius Couch, John Slough, and “Baldy” Smith, all trimmed and identified in ink on album page. Note that is was difficult to ascertain backmarks as cartes fit tightly into al... > Item Details
Joseph Dixon Photograph of Custer's Scout <i>White Man Runs Him</i>,
Lot # 733 - Joseph Dixon Photograph of Custer's Scout White Man Runs Him,
wearing full feather bonnet. Silver gelatin print 6.245” x 8.25.” White Man Runs Him (ca 1855-1925), a Crow, was the chief of Custer’s Seventh Cavalry Indian Scouts during the Battle of the Little Bighorn, 1876. He and other Indian scouts preceded the cavalry in search for Sioux who had left the ... > Item Details
37-Star Silk U.S. National Flag,
Lot # 391 - 37-Star Silk U.S. National Flag,
with canton pattern 6-6-6-7-6-6, no hoist, 24" x 34". > Item Details
Three Civil War Pamphlets & Handbill,
Lot # 1435 - Three Civil War Pamphlets & Handbill,
includes one entitled The Five Predatory Tribes; or The Bolters' Faction Analysed (sic), n.d., n.p., 8vo in self wraps, sewn binding 7pp, being a pro-slavery pamphlet, PLUS Questions And Facts anonymous, n.d., n.p., 4to in self wraps, 8pp, dealing with the proposed national draft, AND handbill entit... > Item Details
WWI Messenger Pigeon Box,
Lot # 539 - WWI Messenger Pigeon Box,
olive green wood box stamped on top PG 102/CB. Complete with two pigeon birds constructed of grey felt. PLUS unused Message Book M-210 Signal Corps, U.S. Army for pigeon carrier use. > Item Details
Two CDVs of Disabled People,
Lot # 1583 - Two CDVs of Disabled People,
includes an albumen of woman standing next to her blind husband AND a cdv-sized tintype in original paper mount of a woman, with tinted pink cheeks and gold ring and broach, holding a pair of crutches. > Item Details
Six CDVs of Union Generals,
Lot # 1211 - Six CDVs of Union Generals,
including Army of the Potomac cavalry commanders Pleasanton and Torbert by Brady with an unmarked, later copy shot of D.M. Gregg. Also, Generals Hancock and McClellan without back marks and General Kearny killed in action at Chantilly on September 1, 1862, by Brady. > Item Details
Three Stereoviews of American Indians
Lot # 863 - Three Stereoviews of American Indians
including, a portrait of a Paiute man by E. & H.T. Anthony, #123 in the, Glories of the Yosemite, California series; PLUS, an Ojibeway tipi by F. J. Haynes, captioned in the neg.,#802. Ojibway Tepee—Lake of the Woods, and carrying imprint, F. J. Haynes, Fargo, D.T. Official photographer of the Nort... > Item Details
Photograph of Buffalo Bill's Sioux Indian Performers,
Lot # 945 - Photograph of Buffalo Bill's Sioux Indian Performers,
early silver gelatin photograph on original gray card stock of 9 Native Americans, three dancing, under a tree with tipis in background. Blind stamp on stock Gibson Peoria, Ill., 8" x 9.75", card is 11" x 14". Bill played Peoria in 1912. > Item Details
Fine Early Sixth Plate Daguerreotype by Bogardus,
Lot # 1476 - Fine Early Sixth Plate Daguerreotype by Bogardus,
a portrait of a young scholar, with blushing cheeks and gold ring, he leans his arm on a hefty tome with gold binding, housed in complete tooled leather case with pad stamped Bogardus, NY. Abraham Bogardus worked as a daguerreian in NY, 1852-1860. From 1868-1874 he served as the first president of t... > Item Details
Cabinet Card of Four American Indians and Gen. George Crook,
Lot # 747 - Cabinet Card of Four American Indians and Gen. George Crook,
with imprint on mount, C.W. Stiff, Photo Artist, St. Paul, Minn. and ms dedication verso, To Milo from, followed by phonetic spelling of the names of the individuals pictured, probably Lakota. > Item Details
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