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Hard Rubber Whiskey Flasks, Lot of Two
Lot # 442 - Hard Rubber Whiskey Flasks, Lot of Two
Lot of 2 glass whiskey flasks with brown, hard rubber coverings. Each with a 2-piece, smooth body including a removable cup and screw-on cap. Top of each cap marked Ind. Rubber Comb Co. Goodyear's Pat. 1865. Manufactured between 1865-1872. The first 7 in. tall, the second 8 in. tall.
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Edward Curtis, Two Volume Photogravures: <i>Kwahwumhl-Koskimo</i> & <i>A Koskimo House</i>
Lot # 482 - Edward Curtis, Two Volume Photogravures: Kwahwumhl-Koskimo & A Koskimo House
Lot of 2, including Kwahwumhl-Koskimo and Koskimo House, both copyright 1914.  Both housed in archival mats, 11 x 14 in. overall; sights 6.25 x 8.25 in. and 6.125 x 8.25 in. respectively.
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E. & H.T. Anthony Civil War Stereoviews of Operations in Virginia, Including <i>Great Siege Train</i>
Lot # 94 - E. & H.T. Anthony Civil War Stereoviews of Operations in Virginia, Including Great Siege Train
Lot of 8 from The War for the Union series by E. & H.T. Anthony.  Seven with applied labels on verso, one from John C. Taylor's later printing.  Titles include:

No. 2358 - Great Siege Train at Yorktown, Va.

No. 2553 - Colored Pickets on duty near Dutch Gap.

No. 3331 - Lt. Gen. Grant's Head Quarters, City Point, Va. May 29, 1865.

No. 2563 - View from the Breastworks outside Fort Burnham, late Rebel Fort Harrison. Rebel pickets in the woods; a Rebel Fort in the middle distance.

No. 2381 - Capt. Perkins's "Secesh" Horse, captured at Cornwallis Cave, Yorktown, Va.

No. 2522 - Soldiers' graves near the General Hospital, City Point, Va.
"On Fame's eternal camping ground
Their silent tents are spread;
And Glory guards with solemn round,
This bivouac of the dead."


No. 3148 - View in the Burnt District, near Main St., Richmond, Va.

Rappahannock Station, Va., s 522. (Label applied to recto.)
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Independence Hall, Piece of Original Cedar Beam
Lot # 3 - Independence Hall, Piece of Original Cedar Beam
A thin 1.0 x 0.5 in. piece of wood from an original cedar beam in Independence Hall, housed in presentation case.  Wood is stamped 19066, under clear plastic in a 6 x 5 in. patent leather case with identifying plaque, depiction of Independence Hall on the cover, and facsimile signatures of the signers of the Declaration of Independence on the inside of the flaps.  Case housed in the original cardboard box with certificate of authenticity from Burnes of Boston in scroll form.
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Map of Monmouth County, NJ, 1938
Lot # 393 - Map of Monmouth County, NJ, 1938
Street, Road and Property Ownership Map of Monmouth County, New Jersey. New York: Dolph & Stewart, 1938. Approx. 54 x 61 in. Linen backed, not varnished, on two rollers, never colored. Inset: Western Portion of Monmouth County
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Indian Wars-Period Photograph of Army Musicians
Lot # 467 - Indian Wars-Period Photograph of Army Musicians
6.875 x 9.875 in. mounted photograph of a six-piece army band posed in front of a tent.  The men wear Co. E, 1st Infantry kepis.  Verso stamp of Gibson, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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Theodore Roosevelt TLS, March 1915, Plus ALS from Fellow Rough Rider
Lot # 293 - Theodore Roosevelt TLS, March 1915, Plus ALS from Fellow Rough Rider
Lot of 2, including:

Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919).  26th President of the United States. TLS, 1p, 6.5 x 7.5 in., on personal letterhead, dated March 18, 1915, New York, addressed to Capt. Wilbur C. Kraber, York, PA, saying he has forwarded Kraber's letter to the American Legion.  Signed T. Roosevelt in black ink.

PLUS an ALS from fellow Rough Rider A.M. Coville of Galena, Kansas, 1p, dated July 14, 1899, addressed to Col. C.K. Holliday, regarding Roosevelt's autograph.  Coville asks Holliday to pass it on to a friend "with the compliments of one of the Rough Riders who followed Roosevelt through the Campaign before Santiago de Cuba.
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E. & H.T. Anthony Civil Stereoviews of Scenes In and Around Petersburgh
Lot # 87 - E. & H.T. Anthony Civil Stereoviews of Scenes In and Around Petersburgh
Lot of 10, including:

Rare view No. 2694 - Capt. Pierce and Officers 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery, near Petersburgh,

No. 3031 - Front view Dunlop House, Petersburgh, Va. Showing the effect of shot and shell.

No. 3147 - Ruins of the Petersburgh railroad Bridge, Richmond, Va.

No. 3189 - A Dead Rebel Soldier as he lay in the Trenches before Petersburgh, Va., April 2d, 1865.  This view was taken the morning after the fight.

No. 3197 - A large Gun in the Rebel Works at Petersburgh, Va.  It is stated that during the fight, Sunday April 2d, 1865, Gen. Lee stood on the little knoll in the foreground, and actually shed tears when he saw his own troops being driven back by the Union soldiers.  This view was take April 3d, after the storming of Petersburgh, Va.

No. 3205 - Dismantling of the Rebel Forts after the storming of Petersburgh, Va.

No. 3207 - "Chevaux de Frise" in front of the Rebel Works at Petersburgh, Va. The Union soldiers had to charge across an open field and through these obstructions which were placed in front of the parapets.

No. 3222 - View from the Parapet of the Rebel Works in front of Petersburgh, Va., showing Gabions, Bombproofs, "Chevaux de Frise" and Rifle Pits in the distance.  This view was taken the morning after the storming of Petersburgh, Va. April 2d, 1865. 

And two later John C. Taylor views printed from the Anthony negatives, title Catlett's Station, Va., s 594; and No. 2493 - Negro Camp 27th Ohio Colored Troop before Petersburgh, Va.
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Edmund Randolph, DS as Governor of Virginia
Lot # 303 - Edmund Randolph, DS as Governor of Virginia
Edmund Randolph (1753-1813).  1st US Attorney General (1789-1794), 2nd US Secretary of State (1794-1795), and 7th Governor of Virginia (1786-1788).  Partially printed document. Land grant as Gov. of Virginia, 12.75 x 14 in. With large signature in lower margin near seal.

Edmund Jennings Randolph (1753-1813) was a lawyer, seventh Governor of Virginia, second Secretary of State and first US Attorney General. Born to the prominent Randolph family of Virginia, he was a young law student at the start of the Revolution. His father remained Loyal to the crown and returned to Britain. Edmund remained in America and became an aide-de-camp to Washington. He returned to Virginia on the death of his uncle, and became one of her representatives to the Virginia Convention. One of his sons, Peyton, would also become governor of his home state.
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Political Porcelain Plates & Glassware
Lot # 356 - Political Porcelain Plates & Glassware
Lot of 4.

McKinley plate, white with McKinley's portrait in center, scalloped edge with gilt highlights; 6.5 in. diameter.

Souvenir Lincoln's Birthplace, Hodgenville, KY. Blue transferware, with images of Lincoln, the Lincoln Memorial, the log cabin, another Lincoln monument, and Lincoln Spring. 9 in. diameter.

James A. Garfield Memorial plate, in colorless glass with scalloped edge. With "We Mourn Our Nation's Loss" around the insidie, then inside that is a bust of Garfield surrounded by "Born Nov. 19, 1831 / Shot July 2, 1881 / Died Sep. 19 1881."  11.5 in. diameter.

Square colorless glass bread plate, circular center with portrait and "The Patriot and Soldier / Gen. Ulysses S. Grant" around the bust. Area between the sides of the plate and the portrait is filled with stars.
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