Lot 1239    

CDV of Stonewall Jackson,
2005, Historic Americana / Nov 16, 17 & 18
no back mark, being a popular wartime lithograph of the North's favorite, highly respected enemy.

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Lot of Two Model 1873 Springfield Angular Bayonets,
* Remington Model 11-48 Shotgun,
Lot # 650 - * Remington Model 11-48 Shotgun,
410 gauge skeet, serial number 4119273. Walnut stock and forearm, blued receiver and barrel. > Item Details
Lot of Ten Civil War Tint & Ambrotypes,
Lot # 1420 - Lot of Ten Civil War Tint & Ambrotypes,
includes 6 6th plate tintypes, all with foil surrounds, one double portrait, one cavalry with saber, one small boy in uniform with revolver and others; PLUS one 6th plate ambrotype in half case; AND three 9th plate tintypes, one of cavalryman. > Item Details
Two CDVs of Major General Edwin V. Sumner,
Lot # 1125 - Two CDVs of Major General Edwin V. Sumner,
neither with back marks. Aside from Winfield Scott, Sumner was the army's longest serving general officer when he was promoted a regular Brigadier General (one of just three) in March 1861. Sumner commanded the 2nd Corps on the Peninsula under McClellan where he was wounded twice. He was rewarded f... > Item Details
War of 1812 Engraved  Powder Horn,
Lot # 57 - War of 1812 Engraved Powder Horn,
engraved with initials MF and Jun 1812, folksy landscape with 2-story home with 2 chimneys, trees, rooster and fenced yard, plus a 3-masted schooner with Masonic symbols and floral and geometric designs, throat with engrailed edge with hexagonal spout, spruce/pine plug end with chip carved geometric... > Item Details
Cabinet card of an Osage Indian,
Lot # 886 - Cabinet card of an Osage Indian,
seated studio portrait of young warrior holding a mirror, wearing roach with single eagle feather, silver armbands and bracelets, beadwork and shell gorgets. > Item Details
Albumen Indian War Photograph,
Lot # 850 - Albumen Indian War Photograph,
showing unknown group of 40 U.S. infantry officers and enlisted men standing in front of a stone single story barracks with columned porch with stacked Trapdoor Springfield rifles in foreground, image is 7" x 9" on original card stock mount, 10" x 12" in original gilt wood frame, 12.75" x 14.75". > Item Details
Civil War CDV of General Burnside and His Staff,
Lot # 1199 - Civil War CDV of General Burnside and His Staff,
by Brady. A regal group portrait rich in detail of General Burnside and staff taken shortly after his advancement to Major General for successful operations in North Carolina. This is a published Brady view not often encountered and we were unable to readily locate a key that would identify the oth... > Item Details
Four Glass Spanish American War Battleship Dresser Boxes,
Lot # 1775 - Four Glass Spanish American War Battleship Dresser Boxes,
includes 2 period clear examples and 2 cobalt reproductions, all with Remember the Maine on sides, 7.25" x 4" high. > Item Details
Large Albumen of Western Dude with His Bowie Knife,
Lot # 960 - Large Albumen of Western Dude with His Bowie Knife,
anonymous albumen, enlarged copy of a daguerreotype or ambrotype(?) portrait of a young 49er with broad brimmed hat, holding a respectable Bowie knife in left hand and blurry object in right, 5.6" x 8.4", mounted on period card stock, 7.75" x 9.75". > Item Details
Truman Autographed Photo & Cover,
Lot # 1690 - Truman Autographed Photo & Cover,
TRUMAN, Harry S. (1884-1972) Thirty-third President 1945-53, taking Office following the death of F.D.R., Missouri Senator, jurist, haberdasher. While the initial “S” did not stand for a specific name, his parents chose it to avoid a display of favoritism -- his paternal grandfather’s name was S... > Item Details
F.A. Rinehart Portrait of Standing Bear,
Lot # 894 - F.A. Rinehart Portrait of Standing Bear,
8" x 10" silver gelatin print with caption, credit, copyright date of 1899 and image number 1517 marked in neg. Standing Bear was an Oglala Dakota. Likely made at the Trans Mississippi and International Exposition in Omaha, Nebraska in the fall of 1898. > Item Details
C.W. Carter U.T. CDV of Miners,
Lot # 951 - C.W. Carter U.T. CDV of Miners,
with 2 bearded miners, their dog and loaded pack horses with mountains in background with pencil inscription on rear bound for mines Soda Springs, Carter's Great Salt Lake City, U.T., backmark. > Item Details
Rare U.S. Army Heraldic Flag for 3rd Artillery Division, 1877,
Lot # 485 - Rare U.S. Army Heraldic Flag for 3rd Artillery Division, 1877,
polychrome painted linen, laid on red linen backing with crossed cannons with gilt trimmed red ribbon banners above and below with gilt inscription U.S., above and Third Regiment Artillery below, with 3rd ribbon banner below on white ground with black lettered inscription 21st Levy, 1887, all on yel... > Item Details
Sixth Plate Tintype of Armed & Identified 'Buckeye,'
Lot # 1411 - Sixth Plate Tintype of Armed & Identified 'Buckeye,'
with "George S. Marsh" and illegible phrase penciled beneath, showing a young soldier with a cocked Colt '49 pocket pistol. This is probably 19 year-old "George March" who served in Company D, 124th OVI from August 1862 until July 1865. The 124th OVI was in the 21st Corps, later 4th Corps and fough... > Item Details
Eleven Spanish American War Chromolithographed Celo Pinbacks,
Lot # 1807 - Eleven Spanish American War Chromolithographed Celo Pinbacks,
each 2.25" diameter with different battleships and other naval vessels, paper label on reverse Robert Johns Manufacturing...Chicago. > Item Details
Unmounted Albumen of Brigadier General George H. Steuart, CSA,
Lot # 1135 - Unmounted Albumen of Brigadier General George H. Steuart, CSA,
after graduating West Point followed by typical frontier duty, "Maryland" Steuart joined the Confederate Army as a regular captain. He soon became Lt. Colonel of the orphan 1st Maryland Infantry and fought at 1st Manassas. He was promoted to Brigadier General in March 1862 and served in the Valley ... > Item Details
John Mosby Calling Card,
Lot # 1457 - John Mosby Calling Card,
framed with modern copy of a classic Mosby photo. Card approx. 2.5 x 4.24", with bold "Jno. S. Mosby." The outbreak of war found the 27-year-old Mosby practicing law in Virginia. He enlisted as a private in the 1st VA Cavalry, and quickly garnering the attention of JEB Stuart. He was promoted to fie... > Item Details
* Remington Model 11-48 Shotgun,
Lot # 651 - * Remington Model 11-48 Shotgun,
28 gauge skeet, serial number 4026700. With blued metal and walnut stock and forearm. > Item Details
F.A. Rinehart Photograph of Wolf Robe,
Lot # 895 - F.A. Rinehart Photograph of Wolf Robe,
Cheyenne, wearing a Benjamin Harrison medal he received in 1890 for aiding the Cherokee Commission. An impressive portrait. 8" x 10" silver gelatin print with name, tribe, #1130 and copyright date 1898 manuscript in the neg. Taken in Omaha, Neb. at the Trans-Mississippi and International Expo. > Item Details
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