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Auctioneer Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates 540-434-3939
Auction Date Aug 24 Auction
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Mt. Crawford, VA
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Lot: 1001 - JOHN D. HEATWOLE ATTRIBUTED, ROCKINGHAM CO.,

JOHN D. HEATWOLE ATTRIBUTED, ROCKINGHAM CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, approximately one-gallon capacity, wide-mouth form with incised shoulder rings. Brushed cobalt dropped feather decoration repeated three

Lot: 1002 - STAMPED "W.H. CRISMAN / STRASBURG. VA", SHENANDOAH

STAMPED "W.H. CRISMAN / STRASBURG. VA", SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA STONEWARE JUGS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed, comprising a "1" gallon capacity mark example and an approximately half-gallon capacity example, each having semi-ovoid form, plain mouth,

Lot: 1003 - STRASBURG, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA STONEWARE

STRASBURG, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA STONEWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed, each cylindrical form, comprising a "1" gallon capacity mark example with flat-top rim, two incised shoulder rings, featuring brushed cobalt dropped feather decoration

Lot: 1004 - STAMPED "W. H. CRISMAN / STRASBURG, VA",

STAMPED "W. H. CRISMAN / STRASBURG, VA", SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "1" gallon capacity mark, wide-mouth form with squared rim. The pottery of William H. Crisman (active 1883-1885).

Lot: 1005 - NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA

NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA EARTHENWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO, lead-glazed, comprising a wide-mouth example and a straight-sided canning/preserve example with slightly flaring rim. Together with an approximately half-gallon capacity jug,

Lot: 1006 - MAGEE ATTRIBUTED, WASHINGTON CO., VALLEY OF

MAGEE ATTRIBUTED, WASHINGTON CO., VALLEY OF VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK, salt-glazed, approximately two-gallon capacity, wide-mouth form with flat-top rounded rim. Brushed cobalt flower decoration repeated three times. Attributed to the

Lot: 1007 - STAMPED "W.H. CRISMAN / STRASBURG. VA", SHENANDOAH

STAMPED "W.H. CRISMAN / STRASBURG. VA", SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed, comprising a "1 1/2" gallon capacity mark example and a "2" gallon capacity mark example, each having cylindrical form with

Lot: 1008 - STAMPED "J. B. MAGEE", WASHINGTON CO., VALLEY OF

STAMPED "J. B. MAGEE", WASHINGTON CO., VALLEY OF VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "4" gallon capacity mark, tall ovoid form with squared rim, neck ring, and applied arched handles. Brushed cobalt double flower decoration on both sides,

Lot: 1009 - STAMPED "KEYS", WASHINGTON CO., VALLEY OF VIRGINIA

STAMPED "KEYS", WASHINGTON CO., VALLEY OF VIRGINIA STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "4" gallon capacity mark, tall ovoid form, squared rim with beaded neck, and applied arched handles. Robert Keys (1824-ca. 1910), Osceola, Washington County, VA.

Lot: 1010 - STAMPED "J. B. MAGEE", WASHINGTON CO., VALLEY OF

STAMPED "J. B. MAGEE", WASHINGTON CO., VALLEY OF VIRGINIA STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "4" gallon capacity mark, semi-ovoid form with squared rim and two applied arched handles. The pottery of John B. Magee (1813-ca.1890) Osceola, Washington County,

Lot: 1011 - STAMPED "G.W. BODELL & BRO / BLACKSBURG, VA.",

STAMPED "G.W. BODELL & BRO / BLACKSBURG, VA.", MONTGOMERY CO., VALLEY OF VIRGINIA STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, approximately one-gallon capacity, cylindrical form with flat-top rounded rim with iron-oxide washed interior. George W. Bodell

Lot: 1012 - SOUTHERN EARTHENWARE / REDWARE JARS, LOT OF FOUR

SOUTHERN EARTHENWARE / REDWARE JARS, LOT OF FOUR, lead-glazed, comprising one conical form with flat-top rim, two cylindrical forms having delicate rounded rims with slight shoulders, and one ovoid form example with delicate rounded rim and beaded

Lot: 1013 - STAMPED "E. W. MORT / ALUM WELLS VA", VALLEY OF

STAMPED "E. W. MORT / ALUM WELLS VA", VALLEY OF VIRGINIA STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, approximately half-gallon capacity, cylindrical form with bead below the collared, square rim. Edward W. Mort (1853-1923), Alum Wells, Washington Co., VA.

Lot: 1014 - MAGEE ATTRIBUTED, WASHINGTON CO., VALLEY OF

MAGEE ATTRIBUTED, WASHINGTON CO., VALLEY OF VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, approximately one-gallon capacity, wide-mouth form with flat-top rim. Brushed cobalt flower decoration repeated three times. Attributed to the pottery of John

Lot: 1015 - STAMPED "J. B. MAGEE", WASHINGTON CO., VALLEY OF

STAMPED "J. B. MAGEE", WASHINGTON CO., VALLEY OF VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK, salt-glazed, approximately two-gallon capacity, wide-mouth form with round flat-top rim, incised ring, with wire wrapped below rim. Brushed cobalt flower decoration

Lot: 1016 - STAMPED "BODELL" BLACKSBURG, MONTGOMERY CO.,

STAMPED "BODELL" BLACKSBURG, MONTGOMERY CO., VALLEY OF VIRGINIA STONEWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed, each wide-mouth form, comprising a "1" gallon capacity mark example with slanted rounded rim, stamped "G.W. BODELL & BROS / BLACKSBURG, VA.",

Lot: 1017 - PARR FAMILY ATTRIBUTED, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA OR

PARR FAMILY ATTRIBUTED, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA OR BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "3" gallon capacity mark, cylindrical form, beaded neck ring, applied arched handles, and squared rim with Albany-slip glazed interior. Brushed

Lot: 1018 - SCHERMERHORN POTTERY, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA DECORATED

SCHERMERHORN POTTERY, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, approximately one-gallon capacity, ovoid form with rounded rim, incised shoulder ring with applied arched handles. Brushed cobalt horizontal floral decoration on one side

Lot: 1019 - SCHERMERHORN POTTERY, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA DECORATED

SCHERMERHORN POTTERY, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed, each approximately one-gallon capacity, ovoid form with flanged rounded-top rim, beaded collar, incised shoulder ring, and applied arched handles. Each with

Lot: 1020 - STAMPED VIRGINIA STONEWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO

STAMPED VIRGINIA STONEWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed, each having cylindrical form with squared rim and beaded neck, comprising an approximately half-gallon capacity example partially stamped "SOLOMON BELL / STRASBU[RG] / V[A]" and a "2" capacity

Lot: 1021 - VIRGINIA STONEWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO

VIRGINIA STONEWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed, comprising an approximately half-gallon capacity example, cylindrical form with bead below the collared, square rim, having single incised shoulder ring, and wooden stave encircling lower half, and a

Lot: 1022 - MID-ATLANTIC, POSSIBLY VIRGINIA, DECORATED

MID-ATLANTIC, POSSIBLY VIRGINIA, DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, cobalt slipped "3" gallon capacity below each handle, semi-ovoid form with slightly rounded rim, and applied arched handles. Brushed cobalt horizontal floral-like decoration to

Lot: 1023 - FAKE STAMPED "JOHN BELL / WAYNESBORO" EARTHENWARE

FAKE STAMPED "JOHN BELL / WAYNESBORO" EARTHENWARE / REDWARE BOWL, lead-glazed, with flared rim, two scored bands on exterior, and beaded foot.

Lot: 1024 - SOUTHERN DECORATED STONEWARE JAR

SOUTHERN DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, alkaline-glazed, approximately two-gallon capacity, graceful ovoid form with rounded flat-top rim, and arched tab-like handles, with likely Victorian polychrome hand-painted decoration to front featuring a

Lot: 1025 - STAMPED "JC" SOUTHERN STONEWARE JAR

STAMPED "JC" SOUTHERN STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "2" gallon capacity mark, slightly ovoid form with angled rim, and five incised shoulder rings. Stamped "JC 2" to rim and inscribed "50" to shoulder.

Lot: 1026 - SOUTHERN STONEWARE JAR

SOUTHERN STONEWARE JAR, alkaline-glazed, "5" gallon capacity mark, tall slightly ovoid form with plain rim, incised shoulder ring, and applied arched tab-like handles.

Lot: 1027 - BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECORATED STONEWARE JAR

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "3" gallon capacity mark, tall ovoid form with squared rim, beaded neck, single incised shoulder ring, and applied arched handles. Brushed cobalt vertical four-bloom two-stem floral decoration

Lot: 1028 - BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECORATED STONEWARE JARS, LOT

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECORATED STONEWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed, ovoid forms, comprising an approximately half-gallon capacity example with squared rim, beaded neck, and partially incised shoulder ring, and an approximately one-gallon capacity

Lot: 1029 - MID-ATLANTIC DECORATED STONEWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO

MID-ATLANTIC DECORATED STONEWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed, each approximately one gallon capacity, comprising one slightly ovoid form with rounded rim, beaded shoulder, Albany-slip glazed interior with small stenciled cobalt ornaments,

Lot: 1030 - MID-ATLANTIC EARTHENWARE / REDWARE ARTICLES, LOT

MID-ATLANTIC EARTHENWARE / REDWARE ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, lead-glazed, comprising a jar having bulbous form with thin, flat-top rim and heavy beaded foot, and a bowl with unglazed exterior, slightly flaring rim, and incised shoulder ring.

Lot: 1031 - STAMPED "WHITES UTICA" NEW YORK DECORATED

STAMPED "WHITES UTICA" NEW YORK DECORATED STONEWARE JUGS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed, each having beehive form, comprising one with "2" gallon capacity mark featuring slip-trailed cobalt bird decoration, and one approximately one gallon capacity with

Lot: 1032 - STAMPED "HUBBELL & CHESEBRO, / GEDDES. N.Y.", NEW

STAMPED "HUBBELL & CHESEBRO, / GEDDES. N.Y.", NEW YORK DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK, salt-glazed, "5" gallon capacity, cylindrical crock with flat-top rounded rim, double incised shoulder rings, arched handles, Albany-slip glazed interior.

Lot: 1033 - STAMPED "CONNOLLY & PALMER / NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ"

STAMPED "CONNOLLY & PALMER / NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ" NEW JERSEY DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK, salt-glazed, "2" gallon capacity mark, cylindrical form with flat-top rounded rim, incised shoulder ring, applied arched handles with Albany-slip glazed

Lot: 1034 - STAMPED "NORTON" MASSACHUSETTS AND VERMONT

STAMPED "NORTON" MASSACHUSETTS AND VERMONT DECORATED STONEWARE CROCKS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed, comprising a butter crock stamped "J. NORTON & CO. / BENNINGTON VT:" and a crock stamped "FRANK B. NORTON / WORCESTER MASS.", each approximately one

Lot: 1035 - AMERICAN DECORATED STONEWARE CROCKS, LOT OF TWO

AMERICAN DECORATED STONEWARE CROCKS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed with slip-trailed cobalt blue, each having cylindrical form with applied arched handles and Albany-slip glazed interiors, comprising one approximately one gallon capacity, stamped "Frank B.

Lot: 1036 - AMERICAN STONEWARE ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE

AMERICAN STONEWARE ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE, salt-glazed, comprising an approximately one gallon capacity jug, ovoid form with bold collared mouth and grooved strap handle, an approximately half-gallon capacity jug, semi-ovoid form with strap handle

Lot: 1037 - AMERICAN EARTHENWARE / REDWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO

AMERICAN EARTHENWARE / REDWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO, lead- and manganese-glazed, comprising a tobacco jar with angled rim having shoulder and medial coggled bands, and a 5 7/8" H jar with rounded rim, each cylindrical form with sharp shoulders.

Lot: 1038 - MARYLAND AND OHIO STONEWARE ADVERTISING JUGS, LOT

MARYLAND AND OHIO STONEWARE ADVERTISING JUGS, LOT OF TWO, Bristol-glazed, approximately half gallon capacity, each having upper Albany-slip type glaze with lower white glaze and blue stenciled label to front, one having "STAR LIQUOR HOUSE, / ALBERT

Lot: 1039 - EUROPEAN AND OTHER EARTHENWARE / REDWARE ARTICLES,

EUROPEAN AND OTHER EARTHENWARE / REDWARE ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE, lead-glazed, each having yellow slip-decoration, comprising an English pitcher, a 7 7/8" D American shallow bowl with coggled rim, and an unidentified, possibly French, shallow bowl

Lot: 1040 - STAMPED "B.B. CRAIG / VALE, NC" (1914-2002), NORTH

STAMPED "B.B. CRAIG / VALE, NC" (1914-2002), NORTH CAROLINA STONEWARE LARGE FACE JUG, alkaline-glazed, featuring two rows of incised sine waves encircling shoulder, molded eyebrows, clay eyes with weepy light cream glaze drips below, nose, lips

Lot: 1041 - SIGNED "B.B. CRAIG" (1914-2002), VALE, NORTH

SIGNED "B.B. CRAIG" (1914-2002), VALE, NORTH CAROLINA STONEWARE LARGE FACE JUG, alkaline-glazed, featuring one row of four incised sine waves encircling shoulder, molded eyebrows, clay eyes with black pupils, nose, lips framing five china teeth, and

Lot: 1042 - STAMPED "B.B. CRAIG / VALE, N.C." (1914-2002),

STAMPED "B.B. CRAIG / VALE, N.C." (1914-2002), NORTH CAROLINA STONEWARE FACE JUGS, LOT OF TWO, Albany-slip glazed, each hand-modeled with applied clay face, including bulging eyes with eyebrows, large ears, a nose, and a mouth with china teeth, one

Lot: 1043 - SIGNED "BROWN'S POTTERY / ARDEN, NC", NORTH

SIGNED "BROWN'S POTTERY / ARDEN, NC", NORTH CAROLINA STONEWARE FACE JUG, brown-glazed, expressive form featuring curled horns, bushy eyebrows and incised eye lashes, clay eyes, protruding nose with pierced nostrils, open mouth framing a double row of

Lot: 1044 - SIGNED "CHESTER HEWELL", GEORGIA STONEWARE FACE

SIGNED "CHESTER HEWELL", GEORGIA STONEWARE FACE JUG, alkaline-glazed, having inset ceramic eyes, protruding ears, nose, and six porcelain top teeth with strap handle and thumb pressed bottom terminal. Partially stamped "CH" on top of handle and

Lot: 1045 - SIGNED KIM ELLINGTON, CATAWBA VALLEY, VALE, NORTH

SIGNED KIM ELLINGTON, CATAWBA VALLEY, VALE, NORTH CAROLINA SWIRL-DECORATED STONEWARE FACE JUG, alkaline-glazed, featuring inset ceramic eyes, applied ears, nose with pierced nostrils, eyebrows, and white ceramic teeth, double incised bands on neck

Lot: 1046 - SIGNED "ALBERT HODGE", VALE, NORTH CAROLINA

SIGNED "ALBERT HODGE", VALE, NORTH CAROLINA EARTHENWARE / REDWARE FACE JUG, alkaline-glazed, having molded hair to front, inset white gravel/stone eyes with black painted pupils, applied ears, prominent nose, eyebrows, wide lips with white pebble

Lot: 1047 - SIGNED "ROBERT BROWN", ARDEN, NORTH CAROLINA

SIGNED "ROBERT BROWN", ARDEN, NORTH CAROLINA STONEWARE FACE JUG, Albany-slip glazed, featuring molded eyebrows, clay eyes with incised pupils, protruding crooked nose with wide nostrils, and smoking a cigar. Inscribed "Brown's Pottery" to base.

Lot: 1048 - STAMPED "BROWN'S POTTERY, ARDEN, NC", NORTH

STAMPED "BROWN'S POTTERY, ARDEN, NC", NORTH CAROLINA STONEWARE FACE JUG, Albany-slip glazed, expressive form featuring molded eyebrows, clay eyes, protruding nose with shallow pierced nostrils, and puckered lips framing a double row of arbitrarily

Lot: 1049 - STAMPED "BROWN'S POTTERY / ARDEN, NC", NORTH

STAMPED "BROWN'S POTTERY / ARDEN, NC", NORTH CAROLINA STONEWARE FACE JUG, Albany-slip with dripped glaze, featuring offset clay eyes with incised eyelashes, ears, crooked nose, and a slanting mouth having eight white ceramic teeth. Inscribed "J '88"

Lot: 1050 - STAMPED "BROWN'S POTTERY, ARDEN, NC", NORTH

STAMPED "BROWN'S POTTERY, ARDEN, NC", NORTH CAROLINA STONEWARE FACE JUG, Albany-slip glazed, expressive form featuring molded eyebrows, clay eyes, protruding nose with pierced nostrils, and lips framing a double row of arbitrarily placed china teeth.

Lot: 1051 - SIGNED GEORGIA BLIZZARD (1919-2002) SOUTHWEST

SIGNED GEORGIA BLIZZARD (1919-2002) SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA EARTHENWARE FACE JAR, featuring a molded face with clay eyes, protruding nose with pierced nostrils, and a slightly downturned mouth, having two applied double pierced vertical side handles.

Lot: 1052 - SIGNED "STACY LAMBERT" NORTH CAROLINA POTTERY

SIGNED "STACY LAMBERT" NORTH CAROLINA POTTERY CONTEMPORARY FIGURAL ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, comprising a Statue of Liberty figure having bright polychrome decoration including a red and white top and blue skirt with white stars, holding a tablet

Lot: 1053 - SIGNED "STACY LAMBERT" NORTH CAROLINA EARTHENWARE

SIGNED "STACY LAMBERT" NORTH CAROLINA EARTHENWARE CONTEMPORARY FACE JUG AND BIRD HOUSE, LOT OF TWO, comprising a bright polychrome hand-painted decorated face jug with split face design featuring Snow White and the Wicked Witch, having handwritten

Lot: 1054 - SIGNED BILLY RAY HUSSEY, NORTH CAROLINA,

SIGNED BILLY RAY HUSSEY, NORTH CAROLINA, EARTHENWARE FACE JUG BANK, olive-glazed, expressive form having a winking expression, incised eyebrows and eyelashes, nose with pierced nostrils, ears, and an upturned mouth with five upper teeth, with applied

Lot: 1055 - SIGNED GEORGIA BLIZZARD (1919-2002) SOUTHWEST

SIGNED GEORGIA BLIZZARD (1919-2002) SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA EARTHENWARE ANGEL FIGURE, standing with eyes closed, mouth slightly open, and arms touching wings. Inscribed "G. BLIZZARD 96". Georgia Blizzard, Saltville, VA.

Lot: 1056 - NORTH CAROLINA EARTHENWARE / STONEWARE

NORTH CAROLINA EARTHENWARE / STONEWARE CANDLESTICKS, LOT OF FIVE, comprising a matching pair having purple/blue glaze dripped over a light gray ground, signed "Vernon Owens" and stamped "JUGTOWN / WARE" and "1998", a matching pair having brown glaze,

Lot: 1057 - HILTON POTTERY ATTRIBUTED, CATAWBA VALLEY, NORTH

HILTON POTTERY ATTRIBUTED, CATAWBA VALLEY, NORTH CAROLINA, EARTHENWARE FLOWER FROGS, LOT OF FOUR, each having overall cobalt decoration with numerous pierced holes to top half, comprising one with fluted rim and three with rounded flat-top rims.

Lot: 1058 - HILTON POTTERY ATTRIBUTED, CATAWBA VALLEY, NORTH

HILTON POTTERY ATTRIBUTED, CATAWBA VALLEY, NORTH CAROLINA, EARTHENWARE FLOWER FROGS, LOT OF FIVE, salt-glazed, comprising two examples featuring fluted rims with cobalt highlights to rim edges and encircling each hole, including one with "AUG. 1940 /

Lot: 1059 - CATAWBA VALLEY, NORTH CAROLINA STONEWARE MINIATURE

CATAWBA VALLEY, NORTH CAROLINA STONEWARE MINIATURE ADVERTISING JUG, alkaline-glazed, squat form with high-arched strap handle. Inscribed "SPRUCE PINE / HOTEL" on shoulder, "N" reversed. Together with an earthenware/redware Pennsylvania attributed

Lot: 1060 - STAMPED "E.J. BROWN" NORTH CAROLINA STONEWARE LAMP

STAMPED "E.J. BROWN" NORTH CAROLINA STONEWARE LAMP BASE, Albany-slip glazed, open-bottomed, jug form having numerous strap handle-like appendages, with pierced hole at base edge for electrical cord. Stamped "E.J. BROWN Hand-Made" to underside. Evan

Lot: 1061 - ASSORTED CERAMIC ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED CERAMIC ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, comprising a Rockingham-glazed pitcher attributed to Edwin Bennett Pottery, Baltimore, Maryland featuring embossed anchor and chain decoration to both sides with embossed "A" to base, and a 9 7/8" HOA Parian

Lot: 1062 - AMERICAN STONEWARE TREE STUMP / RUSTIC PITCHER AND

AMERICAN STONEWARE TREE STUMP / RUSTIC PITCHER AND MUG SEVEN-PIECE SET, comprising a pitcher with "Peter.Blasius" inscribed to front, and six 4" H mugs inscribed "P.B." to front, each molded in the shape of a stump with sawed branches having dark

Lot: 1063 - SIGNED "JIM" HAVNER EARTHENWARE / REDWARE

SIGNED "JIM" HAVNER EARTHENWARE / REDWARE CONTEMPORARY FIGURAL GROUPS, LOT OF TWO, comprising one featuring an elephant standing on grass with a crocodile in water biting its trunk, and one depicting a hound dog treeing a raccoon in a dead tree, each

Lot: 1064 - REPRODUCTION EARTHENWARE / REDWARE ARTICLES, LOT

REPRODUCTION EARTHENWARE / REDWARE ARTICLES, LOT OF FIVE, lead-glazed, comprising four examples from the Breininger Pottery including a sgraffito-decorated plate featuring birds flanking a central floral design with yellow- and copper-slip decoration

Lot: 1065 - AMERICAN BLUE AND WHITE SPONGEWARE CHILDREN'S TOY

AMERICAN BLUE AND WHITE SPONGEWARE CHILDREN'S TOY STONEWARE TEAPOT, Bristol- and salt-glazed, having overall blue sponged decoration.

Lot: 1066 - AMERICAN BLUE AND WHITE SPONGEWARE STONEWARE

AMERICAN BLUE AND WHITE SPONGEWARE STONEWARE ARTICLES, LOT OF FIVE, Bristol- and salt-glazed, comprising a pitcher, a chamber pot, a spittoon/cuspidor, a 9 3/8" D bowl, and a 5 3/4" H planter, each having blue sponged decoration with broad medial

Lot: 1067 - AMERICAN BLUE AND WHITE SPONGEWARE STONEWARE

AMERICAN BLUE AND WHITE SPONGEWARE STONEWARE ARTICLES, LOT OF FIVE, Bristol- and salt-glazed, comprising a chamber pot, two butter holders including one with wire bail handle and stenciled "BUTTER" to front, a 9 1/4" D mixing bowl, and a 7 1/4" D

Lot: 1068 - AMERICAN BLUE AND WHITE STONEWARE ARTICLES, LOT OF

AMERICAN BLUE AND WHITE STONEWARE ARTICLES, LOT OF FIVE, Bristol- and salt-glazed, comprising a wash pitcher and basin, a toothbrush holder, and a 6 3/4" H pitcher, each having "Fishscale and Wild Roses" pattern, and a spittoon/cuspidor having

Lot: 1069 - AMERICAN BLUE AND WHITE SPONGEWARE STONEWARE

AMERICAN BLUE AND WHITE SPONGEWARE STONEWARE PITCHERS, LOT OF THREE, Bristol- and salt-glazed, comprising two straight sided examples and one flared waist with lower embossed diamond pattern example, each featuring blue sponge decoration. Unmarked.

Lot: 1070 - WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA LIQUOR FLASK

WOODSTOCK, VIRGINIA LIQUOR FLASK, aquamarine, embossed "M. GEARY / LIQUOR DEALER / WOODSTOCK, VA.", applied mouth.

Lot: 1071 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY BLOSSOM QUEEN APPLE BRANDY FLASK

SHENANDOAH VALLEY BLOSSOM QUEEN APPLE BRANDY FLASK, colorless, with original paper labels, one stating "DISTILLED BY AND BOTTLED FOR/SHENANDOAH VALLEY DISTILLING CO.INC./TIMBERVILLE, VA.", embossed "FULL PINT", original lid. Timberville, VA.

Lot: 1072 - HARRISONBURG, VA. / SHERWOOD WHISKEY FLASK

HARRISONBURG, VA. / SHERWOOD WHISKEY FLASK, colorless, original paper label stating "BOTTLED BY/H. J. O'DONNELL/HARRISONBURG, VA." reverse embossed "FULL PINT".

Lot: 1073 - HARRISONBURG, VA. / I. C. OATES` SELTZER BOTTLE

HARRISONBURG, VA. / I. C. OATES` SELTZER BOTTLE, colorless, cylindrical form with etching to the front stating "I. C. OATES/HARRISONBURG, VA", original lid stamped "I. C. OATES".

Lot: 1074 - ASSORTED GLASS BOTTLES / FLASKS, LOT OF 11

ASSORTED GLASS BOTTLES / FLASKS, LOT OF 11, various colors, including an olive green "SWAIM'S" without pontil mark, an olive green free-blown chestnut bottle, and an aqua "BUFFALO LITHIA SPRINGS" water bottle. Various makers.

Lot: 1075 - FREE-BLOWN GLOBULAR-FORM UTILITY BOTTLE

FREE-BLOWN GLOBULAR-FORM UTILITY BOTTLE, light blue-green, spherical body with a medium tapered neck and applied rounded mouth, kick-up base with rough pontil mark. Probably Western Pennsylvania.

Lot: 1076 - BLOWN-MOLDED DEMIJOHN

BLOWN-MOLDED DEMIJOHN, medium olive green, ovoid form with applied mouth, rough pontil mark.

Lot: 1077 - FREE-BLOWN DEMIJOHN

FREE-BLOWN DEMIJOHN, medium green, applied mouth, plain base.

Lot: 1078 - FOLK ART BOTTLE WHIMSEY

FOLK ART BOTTLE WHIMSEY, colorless, rectangular bottle with paper label reading "The work inside this bottle/Mr. Kennie Koontz, Stanley, Va.", with original wooden interior and stopper. Maker unverified.

Lot: 1079 - ENTERPRISE NO. 2 CAST-IRON TWO-WHEEL COFFEE MILL /

ENTERPRISE NO. 2 CAST-IRON TWO-WHEEL COFFEE MILL / GRINDER, swivel lid, original wooden base, paint, and decals. Enterprise Mfg. Co., Philadelphia, PA.

Lot: 1080 - ENTERPRISE NO. 3 TWO WHEEL CAST-IRON COFFEE MILL /

ENTERPRISE NO. 3 TWO WHEEL CAST-IRON COFFEE MILL / GRINDER, 1873 patent date below throat and on wheels, wood drawer having very faintly embossed "No 3" and a ceramic knob pull, original wood base, original painted surface and likely original

Lot: 1081 - NATIONAL SPECIALTY CAST-IRON COFFEE MILL / GRINDER

NATIONAL SPECIALTY CAST-IRON COFFEE MILL / GRINDER, lettering on wheels and body, drawer embossed "National". Retains a red-, gold-, and green-painted surface.

Lot: 1082 - ENTERPRISE TWO-WHEEL CAST-IRON COFFEE MILL /

ENTERPRISE TWO-WHEEL CAST-IRON COFFEE MILL / GRINDER, swivel lid with large eagle finial, original wooden base, paint, and decals. Enterprise Mfg. Co., Philadelphia, PA.

Lot: 1083 - AMERICAN CAST-IRON COFFEE MILL / GRINDER

AMERICAN CAST-IRON COFFEE MILL / GRINDER, single arm, wooden base, and original stenciled decoration against a black ground, marked "L. F. & C. NEW BRITAIN CONN. U. S. A.". Landers, Fray, & Clark, New Britain, CT.

Lot: 1084 - CROWN NO. 20 CAST-IRON COFFEE MILL / GRINDER

CROWN NO. 20 CAST-IRON COFFEE MILL / GRINDER, counter-top model, made by Landers, Frary & Clark, New Britain, lettering on wheels and body, swivel top embossed with "20". Retains a red- and green-painted surface. Together with an incomplete

Lot: 1085 - LION COFFEE PAINTED PINE ADVERTISING STORE BIN

LION COFFEE PAINTED PINE ADVERTISING STORE BIN, marked for the Woolson Spice Co., the hinged slant-lid form retaining likely original red-washed surface.

Lot: 1086 - DWINELL-WRIGHT CO. COFFEE ADVERTISING STORE BIN

DWINELL-WRIGHT CO. COFFEE ADVERTISING STORE BIN, "Ja-Mo-Ka" blend, pine case (probably a converted shipping crate) with hinged lid and pasted lithographic decorations.

Lot: 1087 - DIAMOND DYES ADVERTISING STORE DISPLAY CABINET

DIAMOND DYES ADVERTISING STORE DISPLAY CABINET, oak case with lithographed and embossed tin panel insert in the "Governess" pattern, fitted interior retaining most original printed paper labels. Retains an old surface with rich color.

Lot: 1088 - DR. DANIELS VETERINARY MEDICINE ADVERTISING STORE

DR. DANIELS VETERINARY MEDICINE ADVERTISING STORE DISPLAY CABINET, oak case with lithographed and embossed tin panel insert in the "Washer Woman" pattern with green background, interior fitted with three fixed shelves, stenciled mark to interior "No.

Lot: 1089 - DIAMOND DYES ADVERTISING STORE DISPLAY CABINET

DIAMOND DYES ADVERTISING STORE DISPLAY CABINET, oak case with lithographed and embossed tin panel insert in the "Washer Woman" pattern with green background, fitted interior retaining most original printed paper labels. Retains an old surface with

Lot: 1090 - DIAMOND DYES COUNTRY STORE DISPLAY CABINET

DIAMOND DYES COUNTRY STORE DISPLAY CABINET, birch case with lithographed tin panel insert in the "Baby" or "Presentation" pattern, fitted interior. Retains a worn red-washed surface.

Lot: 1091 - RARE SHULTS BREAD COUNTRY STORE OAK DISPLAY CASE

RARE SHULTS BREAD COUNTRY STORE OAK DISPLAY CASE, glass case, sides with gilt-and-red lettering "SHULTS BREA", concealing a removable wooden tray. Retains likely original finish.

Lot: 1092 - PURITY PRIZE CAKE ADVERTISING STORE DISPLAY CASE

PURITY PRIZE CAKE ADVERTISING STORE DISPLAY CASE, diminutive oak frame, three removable glass shelves.

Lot: 1093 - FOWLER'S EXTRACTS COUNTRY STORE OAK COUNTER-TOP

FOWLER'S EXTRACTS COUNTRY STORE OAK COUNTER-TOP DISPLAY CASE, interior with two removable shelves. Retains an old surface with mellow color.

Lot: 1094 - DEPARTMENT STORE BRASS GLOVE COUNTER-TOP DISPLAY

DEPARTMENT STORE BRASS GLOVE COUNTER-TOP DISPLAY, featuring eight wire-form gloves, and one star-shaped, no markings.

Lot: 1095 - J. & P. COATS COUNTRY STORE ADVERTISING

J. & P. COATS COUNTRY STORE ADVERTISING COUNTER-TOP SPOOL DISPLAY CASE, oak case with lithographed tin panel insert, divided interior.

Lot: 1096 - SAPOLIN PAINT ADVERTISING STORE DISPLAY CASE

SAPOLIN PAINT ADVERTISING STORE DISPLAY CASE, two hinged cabinet doors concealing three fixed shelves, mounted on a wooden base, lithographic decoration throughout including painting gnomes to each end.

Lot: 1097 - MASON'S BLACKING STORE ADVERTISING DISPLAY BOXES,

MASON'S BLACKING STORE ADVERTISING DISPLAY BOXES, LOT OF TWO, each having hinged lid with interior lithographed label, additional label for Mason's Blacking, 3 Doz. No. 4 on front.

Lot: 1098 - B-D MANOMETER DRUG STORE BLOOD PRESSURE

B-D MANOMETER DRUG STORE BLOOD PRESSURE COUNTER-TOP DISPLAY, with hinged door, concealing a fitted interior with placard "POWERS & ANDERSON / SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND / HOSPITAL SUPPLIES / Richmond, Va.", with blood pressure cuff, wire brush, an

Lot: 1099 - COUNTRY STORE OAK CANE / UMBRELLA DISPLAY CASE

COUNTRY STORE OAK CANE / UMBRELLA DISPLAY CASE, with slanted hinged lift top, and fitted interior, the whole raised on casters. Retains an old-refinished surface with warm color.

Lot: 1100 - COUNTRY STORE OAK COUNTER-TOP DISPLAY CASE

COUNTRY STORE OAK COUNTER-TOP DISPLAY CASE, interior with added shelf brackets, retaining one removable glass shelf, stamped on the bottom board "307". Retains an old surface with mellow color.

Lot: 1101 - AMITY LEATHER OAK DEPARTMENT STORE FLOOR-MODEL

AMITY LEATHER OAK DEPARTMENT STORE FLOOR-MODEL SHOWCASE, with the front etched "If stamped AMITY its Leather", the whole raised on turned feet. Retains an old-refinished surface with warm color.

Lot: 1102 - COUNTRY STORE OAK FLOOR-MODEL SHOWCASE

COUNTRY STORE OAK FLOOR-MODEL SHOWCASE, Retains an old-refinished surface with warm color.

Lot: 1103 - NICKEL-PLATED COUNTER-TOP SHOWCASE

NICKEL-PLATED COUNTER-TOP SHOWCASE, tiered bow-front form.

Lot: 1104 - COUNTRY STORE OAK FLOOR-MODEL SHOWCASE

COUNTRY STORE OAK FLOOR-MODEL SHOWCASE, two-part glass top, applied black-painted facings to base with ormolu mounts, interior wired for lighting. Retains possibly original surface with warm color.

Lot: 1105 - AMBERG'S OAK LETTER FILE CABINET

AMBERG'S OAK LETTER FILE CABINET, rectangular form with tambour door concealing 18 drawers. Retains likely original surface and stenciled mark.

Lot: 1106 - AMERICAN CARVED CHERRY COUNTRY STORE BIN

AMERICAN CARVED CHERRY COUNTRY STORE BIN, hinged slant-front form with dual bins below, ornamentation includes carved foliate devices. Old refinished surface.

Lot: 1107 - SWARTCHILD & COMPANY OAK JEWELER / WATCHMAKER

SWARTCHILD & COMPANY OAK JEWELER / WATCHMAKER CABINET, with two drawers, with fitted interiors. Poplar secondary wood. Retains probably original varnished surface.

Lot: 1108 - ZENO COLLAR BUTTON TEN-CENT COIN-OPERATED VENDING

ZENO COLLAR BUTTON TEN-CENT COIN-OPERATED VENDING MACHINE, featuring a placard titled "DROP 10 ¢ / In Slot / for Zeno / Collar Button", with key and lock. Together with three uncounted boxes of collar buttons, in possibly original boxes. Four

Lot: 1109 - FOWLER'S FIVE-CENT CHERRY SMASH CERAMIC SYRUP

FOWLER'S FIVE-CENT CHERRY SMASH CERAMIC SYRUP DISPENSER, of globular form with flared foot, featuring three-cherry decoration and period pump with handle embossed "Cherry Smash". Base of pump and dispenser marked for "John E. Fowler / Richmond, VA".

Lot: 1110 - ANTIQUE AMERICAN COUNTRY STORE BAG RACK

ANTIQUE AMERICAN COUNTRY STORE BAG RACK, fitted with a cast-iron string holder at top, retaining original bittersweet-painted surface with black-stenciled decoration, including patent date of "MAY 20 84".

Lot: 1111 - PAIR OF COUNTRY STORE TIN SPICE BINS

PAIR OF COUNTRY STORE TIN SPICE BINS, one for cinnamon, the other mustard, each marked for "A. S. COAN & CO. / SYRACUSE N.Y.", retaining original painted surface and stenciled decoration.

Lot: 1112 - STAUNTON, VIRGINIA COUNTRY STORE ADVERTISING TIN

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA COUNTRY STORE ADVERTISING TIN SPICE BIN, yellow ground with lithographic decoration, marked "MAPLE LEAF BRAND / BOWLING, SPOTTS & CO. / STAUNTON, VIRGINIA" with a photographic representation of the Staunton establishment, a

Lot: 1113 - SQUIRREL BRAND SALTED PEANUT TIN

SQUIRREL BRAND SALTED PEANUT TIN, 10 pound size. Together with a National Nut Products salted peanut tin. Two pieces total. Squirrel Brand Co., Cambridge, MA.

Lot: 1114 - ANGLDILE SPRINGLESS AUTOMATIC COUNTRY STORE CANDY

ANGLDILE SPRINGLESS AUTOMATIC COUNTRY STORE CANDY SCALE, "headlamp" form with original green paint and transfer decal decoration, retains likely original pan / scoop, attached plaque marked "Angldile Computing Scale Co., Style 21B, No. 25203,

Lot: 1115 - ENTERPRISE SCALE WORKS COUNTRY STORE HANGING FISH

ENTERPRISE SCALE WORKS COUNTRY STORE HANGING FISH / FOOD SCALE, 30-pound capacity, retains likely original pan.

Lot: 1116 - ASSORTED BRASS AND IRON HANGING SCALES, LOT OF

ASSORTED BRASS AND IRON HANGING SCALES, LOT OF NINE, including one stamped "COW CHOW / MAKES MORE MILK / AT LEST COST", and "CHATILLON'S / IMPROVED CIRCULAR / SPRING BALANCE / TO WEIGH 30 lb".

Lot: 1117 - JOHN DREW FIVE-CENT CIGAR ADVERTISING POSTER /

JOHN DREW FIVE-CENT CIGAR ADVERTISING POSTER / SIGN, chromolithograph on paper, striking imagery and lettering against a red ground. Housed under glass in an old frame.

Lot: 1118 - CENTLIVRE'S NICKEL PLATE BOTTLED BEER ADVERTISING

CENTLIVRE'S NICKEL PLATE BOTTLED BEER ADVERTISING POSTER / SIGN, chromolithograph on paper, vibrant, detailed depiction of a well-dressed couple dining in a well-appointed railroad car. Housed under glass in a modern oak frame.

Lot: 1119 - PRIMA TONIC ADVERTISING TIN LITHOGRAPH TRADE SIGN

PRIMA TONIC ADVERTISING TIN LITHOGRAPH TRADE SIGN, titled "Prima Tonic / Youth, health and Vigor / Independent Brewing Assn. / Chicago/", featuring two children flanking a Prima Tonic bottle, and a lady in Grecian garb.

Lot: 1120 - INDEPENDENT BREWING ASSN. LITHOGRAPHED ADVERTISING

INDEPENDENT BREWING ASSN. LITHOGRAPHED ADVERTISING TRADE SIGN, paper on cardboard, titled "Mama and I drink / Prima Tonic", featuring two children holding cups, with original back piece. Housed under conservative glass in a modern frame. Chicago,

Lot: 1121 - HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE REVERSE-PAINTED

HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE REVERSE-PAINTED GLASS TRADE / ADVERTISING SIGN, with the Hamburg coat of arms. Housed in an old oak frame with a black- and gilt-painted surface.

Lot: 1122 - LIFBUOY SOAP ADVERTISING POSTER / SIGN

LIFBUOY SOAP ADVERTISING POSTER / SIGN, chromolithograph on paper, Housed in likely original frame.

Lot: 1122A - HITE'S NEW MONIA SALVE, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA

HITE'S NEW MONIA SALVE, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA ADVERTISING SIGN, a lithographed tin, with slogan "USE / Hite's / NEW MONIA / SALVE / FOR / COLDS, COUGHS, ETC. / MADE BY / S.P. HITE CO., INC / ROANOKE, VA.", sign made by The Elwood Myers Co., Springfield,

Lot: 1123 - ARBUCKLE'S COFFEE ADVERTISING POSTER / SIGN

ARBUCKLE'S COFFEE ADVERTISING POSTER / SIGN, chromolithograph on paper, titled "50 OBJECT LESSONS IN ZOOLOGY" at lower edge, featuring a well-dressed woman with her faithful dog surrounded by inset vignettes depicting exotic animals. Housed in an old

Lot: 1124 - REID'S CELEBRATED AND POPULAR FLOWER SEEDS

REID'S CELEBRATED AND POPULAR FLOWER SEEDS ADVERTISING POSTER / SIGN, chromolithograph on paper, featuring a whimsical depiction of a bear, wolf, and fox on a make-do see-saw, printed by Clay & Richmond, Buffalo, NY. Housed under glass in a

Lot: 1125 - STAR SOAP ADVERTISING POSTER / SIGN

STAR SOAP ADVERTISING POSTER / SIGN, chromolithograph on paper, depicting a woman in a red dress holding a riding crop, marked "SEND 25 WRAPPERS TO SCHULTZ & CO. AND GET THIS PICTURE (PANEL NO. 7) WITHOUT LETTERING" at lower edge. Housed under

Lot: 1126 - JACKSON WAGON ADVERTISING CARDBOARD SIGN

JACKSON WAGON ADVERTISING CARDBOARD SIGN, chromolithograph, a group of young girls playing in a bucolic landscape, Austin, Tomilinson & Webster Mfg. Co., Jackson, Mich., printed by the Orcutt Co., Lithographers, Chicago. Housed in an old oak

Lot: 1127 - CLARK'S ONT SPOOL COTTON ADVERTISING SIGNS /

CLARK'S ONT SPOOL COTTON ADVERTISING SIGNS / POSTERS, LOT OF TWO, chromolithograph on paper, comprising one example depicting a child at the counter in a country store, and another depicting two girls playing with a kite. Each housed under glass in

Lot: 1128 - PERRY'S CAFÉ, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA NEON SIGN

PERRY'S CAFÉ, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA NEON SIGN, colorless with sections of black paint, used with neon, reads "CHICKEN STEAK / BOXES TO GO".

Lot: 1129 - AMERICAN PAINTED TIN TRADE SIGN

AMERICAN PAINTED TIN TRADE SIGN, framed, rectangular form, titled "M.H. GRIFFIN / LAWYER". Likely original painted surface.

Lot: 1130 - EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY ADVERTISING SIGN

EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY ADVERTISING SIGN, lithograph on board, featuring a painting by "C. Graham", with the word "EQUITABLE" going down the lighthouse. House in a simple oak frame.

Lot: 1131 - NESTLE'S SWISS MILK LITHOGRAPH ADVERTISING SIGN

NESTLE'S SWISS MILK LITHOGRAPH ADVERTISING SIGN, chromolithograph on paper laid on board, featuring a girl holding a can of Nestle's Condensed Swiss Milk in one handle with a spoonful of milk in the other. Housed in period molded frame.

Lot: 1132 - AMOS & ANDY PEPSODENT DIE-CUT CARDBOARD

AMOS & ANDY PEPSODENT DIE-CUT CARDBOARD ADVERTISING STORE WINDOW DISPLAY, copyright 1930, printed by the "U. S. PTG & LITHO CO." Housed in a modern frame.

Lot: 1133 - ANTIQUE PAPIER-MACHE STORE DISPLAY BUST

ANTIQUE PAPIER-MACHE STORE DISPLAY BUST, a mustachioed gent wearing a bow tie, currently mounted on an old turned wooden stand.

Lot: 1134 - HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA RAINY DAY DOUBLE-SIDED

HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA RAINY DAY DOUBLE-SIDED ADVERTISING CARDBOARD PUZZLE, detailed chromolithographic decoration, one side featuring delivery coach and Hood Factory, the other side titled "HOOD'S BALLOON PUZZLE" featuring a farmer and family in the

Lot: 1135 - BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO ADVERTISING

BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO ADVERTISING CHECKERBOARD, double-sided, front featuring comical interior depictions, the verso with gameboard, printed by Donaldson Brothers, Five Points, New York. Housed under glass in a modern frame.

Lot: 1136 - FRAMED COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE THREAD ADVERTISING

FRAMED COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE THREAD ADVERTISING TRADE CARDS, including Clark's ONT, Willimantic, and John D. Cutter & Co. Housed under glass in a modern frame.

Lot: 1137 - MAIL POUCH CHEWING TOBACCO PORCELAIN ADVERTISING

MAIL POUCH CHEWING TOBACCO PORCELAIN ADVERTISING THERMOMETER, with likely original glass tube, marked "COSHOCTON. O. 38" along bottom edge.

Lot: 1138 - MAUD HUMPHREY (AMERICAN, 1868-1940) ADVERTISING

MAUD HUMPHREY (AMERICAN, 1868-1940) ADVERTISING CALENDAR, chromolithograph on paper, printed by the Gray Lith. Co. with six leaves, each covering two months, illustrations featuring young girls in humorous postures playing adult roles, titles include

Lot: 1139 - PAGE CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, MIRROR

PAGE CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, MIRROR TROPHY, horseshoe form, with engraved figure of a rooster with spurs and "BOXWOOD TROPHY / JULY 1958".

Lot: 1140 - HANES UNDERWEAR (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY) ORIGINAL

HANES UNDERWEAR (AMERICAN, 20TH CENTURY) ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATION ART, oil on board, depicting a winter scene with a young man in long-johns titled "HANES / THE NATIONAL UNDERWEAR / FOR MEN AND BOYS", no signature located. Housed in a modern frame.

Lot: 1141 - APOTHECARY / SPECIMEN CHEST

APOTHECARY / SPECIMEN CHEST, having a brown-painted surface, fitted with 12 small divided drawers with likely original ring pulls. Together with an uncounted number of glass tubes including some with specimens.

Lot: 1142 - PRINTER'S TYPE DRAWER WITH TYPE PIECES

PRINTER'S TYPE DRAWER WITH TYPE PIECES, more than 200 pieces, wooden drawer with painted front, metal pull to front, interior divided into multiple sections, uncounted metal movable type pieces including uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers,

Lot: 1143 - ENGLISH BONE-HANDLED CASED PAIR OF STRAIGHT RAZORS

ENGLISH BONE-HANDLED CASED PAIR OF STRAIGHT RAZORS, each with scrimshaw decoration of a pheasant, tangs stamped "Rotheram Liverpool". Fitted in original red-leather case.

Lot: 1143A - ASSORTED STRAIGHT RAZORS, LOT OF 14

ASSORTED STRAIGHT RAZORS, LOT OF 14, including a mottled-horn handled example with blade engraved Masonic symbols and tang stamped for "Joseph Elliot's / Best Silver Steel", and a celluloid-handled example featuring a peacock.

Lot: 1144 - BUZZ SAW CAST-IRON TOBACCO CUTTER

BUZZ SAW CAST-IRON TOBACCO CUTTER, embossed "CHEW BUZZ SAW TOBACCO". Old surface.

Lot: 1145 - CAST-IRON COUNTRY STORE ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO

CAST-IRON COUNTRY STORE ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, comprising a coffee grinder with brass hopper, and stamped "WARRANTED / NO. 3", and a mortar and pestle.

Lot: 1146 - ASSORTED EMPTY ADVERTISING AND JEWELRY BOXES, LOT

ASSORTED EMPTY ADVERTISING AND JEWELRY BOXES, LOT OF TEN, including two Samuel Kirk & Son Co. leather necklace boxes, a lithographed tin sample box for Antoinette Bonbons from Schilling Stollwerck & Co., a small jewelry box from D. B. Ryland

Lot: 1147 - VINTAGE CROQUET SET

VINTAGE CROQUET SET, comprising six mallets and six balls with fitted stand. Retains likely original painted and varnished surface.

Lot: 1148 - ANTIQUE WOODEN ADVERTISING BISCUIT BOXES, LOT OF

ANTIQUE WOODEN ADVERTISING BISCUIT BOXES, LOT OF TWO, comprising a Spanish-American War example inscribed "Fitzwilliam / N. H." to one end, and a C. D. Boss example with glass "window", each with pasted lithographic decorations. Together with a Sweet

Lot: 1149 - ASSORTED TOBACCO / CIGAR EPHEMERA, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED TOBACCO / CIGAR EPHEMERA, LOT OF TWO, comprising over 60 cigar bands in a "Perlas" cigar box with tax stamp, and a desk blotter with six sheets of paper for "D. HIRSCH & Co. / OFFICE / 88 WALL ST. / DEFIANCE CIGAR MANUFACTORY / 128 &

Lot: 1150 - ASSORTED WOODEN-SHAFT GOLF CLUBS, LOT OF SIX

ASSORTED WOODEN-SHAFT GOLF CLUBS, LOT OF SIX, including two manufactured in New York.

Lot: 1151 - ASSORTED WOODEN SHAFT GOLF CLUBS, LOT OF 11

ASSORTED WOODEN SHAFT GOLF CLUBS, LOT OF 11, including a "Ted Ray" putter, and "Harry Vardon" example. Together with a leather golf bag. Twelve (12) pieces total.

Lot: 1152 - ASSORTED WOODEN SHAFT GOLF CLUBS, LOT OF 11

ASSORTED WOODEN SHAFT GOLF CLUBS, LOT OF 11, including a "JH Taylor" putter, and "James Braid" example. Together with a leather and canvas golf bag and two framed golf prints. Fourteen (14) pieces total.

Lot: 1153 - TUCKER ALARM TILL WOODEN CASH DRAWER

TUCKER ALARM TILL WOODEN CASH DRAWER, having a sliding top with printed writing, drawer interior with divided compartments and a metal plaque, missing alarm components. Together with 20 cylindrical phonograph records in original cardboard canisters

Lot: 1154 - ASSORTED SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA ADVERTISING

ASSORTED SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA ADVERTISING / EPHEMERA, LOT OF NINE, including an embossed "W.C. NEWMAN, / FARMVILLE, VA" ice pick, "JOHN W. GRAVES / DANVILLE, VA. / FURNITURE, STOVES / AND / General House Furnisher" tin match holder, and a

Lot: 1155 - SCHIMMEL'S PAINTED AND LITHOGRAPH MINCE MEAT

SCHIMMEL'S PAINTED AND LITHOGRAPH MINCE MEAT BUCKET, with original label titled "Schimmel's MINCE MEAT / J.O.S. SCHIMMEL & CO. / PHILADELPHIA, U.S.A." Retains an old-oyster over red-painted surface. Together with a Mayo's Cut Plug tin. Two pieces

Lot: 1156 - WYANDOTTE TOYS TIN LITHOGRAPH CANDY / STRING

WYANDOTTE TOYS TIN LITHOGRAPH CANDY / STRING CONTAINER, with leaf lettered "SHENANDOAH VALLEY / APPLE CANDY / WINCHESTER, VA.", labeled for Wyandotte Toys.

Lot: 1157 - FREE-BLOWN APOTHECARY / STORAGE JAR

FREE-BLOWN APOTHECARY / STORAGE JAR, with probably original sheet-metal cover.

Lot: 1158 - GERMAN METTLACH FRATERNAL / STUDENT CERAMIC STEIN

GERMAN METTLACH FRATERNAL / STUDENT CERAMIC STEIN, mold number 2051, having etched sides with scene of seven male students sitting around a table drinking and smoking, ceramic inset metal lid having a crescent moon with face thumblift and inscription

Lot: 1159 - GERMAN METTLACH YOUNG SIEGFRIED CERAMIC STEIN

GERMAN METTLACH YOUNG SIEGFRIED CERAMIC STEIN, mold number 2394, having etched sides with three scenes from Siegfried's youth of him going to the blacksmith, forging a sword, and kills a Lindwurm, or wingless dragon/serpent monster, ceramic inset

Lot: 1160 - GERMAN METTLACH BOAR HUNT CAMEO CERAMIC STEIN

GERMAN METTLACH BOAR HUNT CAMEO CERAMIC STEIN, number 2530, having bas-relief sides with figures holding guns and clubs, featuring one holding onto a boar with a dog running beside it, signed "Stahl" to lower left of handle, ceramic inset metal lid

Lot: 1161 - GERMAN METTLACH CAVALIERS DRINKING CERAMIC STEIN

GERMAN METTLACH CAVALIERS DRINKING CERAMIC STEIN, mold number 1932, having etched sides with scene of two men in cavalier-type clothing drinking beer, flanked by two banners reading "Ein Glas beim Freund / ist gut gemeint!", signed "C Warth" under

Lot: 1162 - BRADLEY & HUBBARD CAST-IRON LION BLINKING EYE

BRADLEY & HUBBARD CAST-IRON LION BLINKING EYE CLOCK, a recumbent lion laying on grass and rocks with florets, clock to front of chest with white painted dial having black Roman numerals and stamped "PARIS", clock movement causes lion's eye to

Lot: 1163 - BRADLEY & HUBBARD CAST-IRON SAMBO BLINKING EYE

BRADLEY & HUBBARD CAST-IRON SAMBO BLINKING EYE CLOCK, standing figure playing a banjo on rectangular base, no markings, with key. Old repaint.

Lot: 1164 - ALWAYS DID SPISE' A MULE / KICKING MULE (OMN)

ALWAYS DID SPISE' A MULE / KICKING MULE (OMN) CAST-IRON MECHANICAL BANK, red base, jockey form, designed by James Bowen, marked "PATD APR 1879" to base plate. Working condition in original paint. J & E Stevens Co., Cromwell, CT.

Lot: 1165 - LEAP-FROG CAST-IRON MECHANICAL BANK

LEAP-FROG CAST-IRON MECHANICAL BANK, original paint. Shepard Hardware Co., Buffalo, NY.

Lot: 1166 - HUMPTY DUMPTY CAST-IRON MECHANICAL BANK

HUMPTY DUMPTY CAST-IRON MECHANICAL BANK, marked "BUFFALO, NY" with numerous patent dates to underside of base. Working condition in original paint. Shepard Hardware Co., Buffalo, NY.

Lot: 1167 - STATE BANK CAST-IRON PENNY / STILL BANK

STATE BANK CAST-IRON PENNY / STILL BANK, original japanned ground with gold- and copper-painted trim. Kenton Hardware Co., Kenton, OH or Grey Iron Casting Co., Mt. Joy, PA.

Lot: 1168 - "ZOO" CAST-IRON MECHANICAL BANK

"ZOO" CAST-IRON MECHANICAL BANK, back embossed "'ZOO" / BANK / PRESS THE MONKEY" and "134". Together with a Crown "BANK" on legs cast-iron still bank. Two pieces total. Both with excellent original paint. Zoo attributed to Kyser & Rex Co.,

Lot: 1169 - ASSORTED CAST-IRON PENNY / STILL BANKS, LOT OF

ASSORTED CAST-IRON PENNY / STILL BANKS, LOT OF THREE, comprising Bear Stealing Honey (Moore 1308), Space Heater with Flowers (Moore 1094), and a Security Deposit safe bank, retaining combination. Each in original paint.

Lot: 1170 - CAST-IRON FIGURAL PENNY / STILL BANKS, LOT OF SIX

CAST-IRON FIGURAL PENNY / STILL BANKS, LOT OF SIX, comprising two elephants, Washington Monument, Billiken / Good Luck with embossed patent on back, lion, and Popeye character Olive Oil. Each in original paint.

Lot: 1171 - ASSORTED ANTIQUE AND VINTAGE STILL / MECHANICAL

ASSORTED ANTIQUE AND VINTAGE STILL / MECHANICAL BANKS, LOT OF TEN, including a mechanical monkey example, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, bust of Abraham Lincoln, and The Home Five Coin Savings bank. Together with a "STRAW HAT RADIANT CLEANER"

Lot: 1172 - "SECURITY SAFE / DEPOSIT" CAST-IRON MINIATURE SAFE

"SECURITY SAFE / DEPOSIT" CAST-IRON MINIATURE SAFE, door with three dial combination lock, interior with two original wooden drawers, a lion-head-and-ring handle on each side. Together with two nickel-plated safe still banks. Three pieces total. All

Lot: 1173 - FIGURAL COTTAGE CAST-IRON MATCH SAFE

FIGURAL COTTAGE CAST-IRON MATCH SAFE, separate roof with striker swings to allow access to two interior compartments, embossed "COMPLETE / MATCH SAFE / PATD JULY / 13, 1883" around base.

Lot: 1174 - FIGURAL CAST-IRON PAPER CLIP

FIGURAL CAST-IRON PAPER CLIP, mallard head form with glass eyes, marked "5160" to underside of brass base. Original paint.

Lot: 1175 - AMERICAN CAST-IRON HORSE-DRAWN FIRE PUMPER TOY

AMERICAN CAST-IRON HORSE-DRAWN FIRE PUMPER TOY, three horses, bell between front wheels, retains driver, rear figure, and hose with brass nozzle. Likely original paint.

Lot: 1176 - CAST-IRON HORSE-DRAWN FIRE LADDER TRUCK TOY

CAST-IRON HORSE-DRAWN FIRE LADDER TRUCK TOY, two galloping horses on a single wheel, retains two ladders and driver with red-painted suit and hat.

Lot: 1177 - AMERICAN CAST-IRON FIREMAN VEHICLE TOYS, LOT OF

AMERICAN CAST-IRON FIREMAN VEHICLE TOYS, LOT OF THREE, including a three-horse-drawn ladder wagon and a red-painted ladder truck.

Lot: 1178 - ASSORTED CAST-IRON TOYS, LOT OF FOUR

ASSORTED CAST-IRON TOYS, LOT OF FOUR, including an ice wagon and a donkey-drawn hay wagon with African-American figure.

Lot: 1179 - AMERICAN PAINTED- AND STENCILED TIN HORSE-DRAWN

AMERICAN PAINTED- AND STENCILED TIN HORSE-DRAWN TROLLEY, car with cast-iron wheels, lettered "BROADWAY & 4TH AVENUE" on both sides. Probably James Fallows & Sons, Philadelphia, PA.

Lot: 1180 - BLACK AMERICANA STRAUSS "TOMBO THE ALABAMA COON

BLACK AMERICANA STRAUSS "TOMBO THE ALABAMA COON JIGGER" WIND-UP TIN TOY, with articulated arms and legs, dark green jacket and striped black pants, wood-grain platform top with brown and yellow sides, lettering under base. Together with a dancing

Lot: 1181 - ASSORTED VINTAGE TIN AND PRESSED-STEEL VEHICLE

ASSORTED VINTAGE TIN AND PRESSED-STEEL VEHICLE TOYS, LOT OF SIX, including a Linstrom Skeeter Bug tin wind-up bumper car (lacking key) and a Wyandotte pressed-steel dump truck with wooden wheels.

Lot: 1182 - ASSORTED VINTAGE TOYS, LOT OF TEN

ASSORTED VINTAGE TOYS, LOT OF TEN, including a Marx Target Range game, a Disney Products Roll-Over Pluto, and a Lewco Products circus toy.

Lot: 1183 - ASSORTED DAISY BB GUN / AIR RIFLES, LOT OF THREE

ASSORTED DAISY BB GUN / AIR RIFLES, LOT OF THREE, including a Red Ryder Carbine Model 94 with steer logo and Daisy pledge, and a Model 40 No. 111 example.

Lot: 1184 - ASSORTED VINTAGE TOYS, LOT OF 19

ASSORTED VINTAGE TOYS, LOT OF 19, including two Atomic Trains and several Argo cars. Together with a diminutive counter-top showcase. Twenty (20) pieces total.

Lot: 1185 - ASSORTED PAINTED WOOD AND METAL TOYS, LOT OF THREE

ASSORTED PAINTED WOOD AND METAL TOYS, LOT OF THREE, comprising a steam fire engine, a locomotive engine, and a wagon. Each retains traces of original paint.

Lot: 1186 - ASSORTED ANTIQUE AND VINTAGE TOYS, LOT OF TEN

ASSORTED ANTIQUE AND VINTAGE TOYS, LOT OF TEN, comprising two "The Dandy" gyroscopes in original boxes, two cast-iron pop guns, one embossed "RANGER", dice roller, miniature coffee grinder, glass car embossed "AVOR. 1 1/2" OZS", Aveling Barford Road

Lot: 1187 - ASSORTED AMERICAN WOOD AND METAL TOYS, LOT OF

ASSORTED AMERICAN WOOD AND METAL TOYS, LOT OF EIGHT, including an Ives No. 0 train engine with two cars, a Wapak No. 2 sad iron, and 14 wooden black-painted and 15 gold-painted chess pieces in a box.

Lot: 1188 - ASSORTED TIN WIND-UP TOYS, LOT OF THREE

ASSORTED TIN WIND-UP TOYS, LOT OF THREE, each with lithographic decoration, comprising a Marx climbing fireman, a Wolverine No. 27 Drum Major, and a Tik Tak acrobat.

Lot: 1189 - JIM HENSON'S WILKIN'S COFFEE PROMOTIONAL HAND

JIM HENSON'S WILKIN'S COFFEE PROMOTIONAL HAND MUPPETS, LOT OF TWO, featuring Wilkins (yellow) and Wontkins (blue), and each stamped on the back "WONTKINS" and "WILKINS" with "© 1958 John M. Wilkins Company / PATENT PENDING".

Lot: 1190 - AUTOMOTIVE FIGURAL GLASS CANDY CONTAINERS, LOT OF

AUTOMOTIVE FIGURAL GLASS CANDY CONTAINERS, LOT OF TEN, colorless, including a "Willy's JEEP" example by J.H. Millstein Co. of Jeannette, PA with original cardboard cover to base, a fire engine by Victory Glass Co. with sparse remnants of paint, a car

Lot: 1191 - ASSORTED FIGURAL GLASS CANDY CONTAINERS, LOT OF 12

ASSORTED FIGURAL GLASS CANDY CONTAINERS, LOT OF 12, colorless, comprising a battleship by Victory Glass Inc. with paint remnants, a boat, three lanterns, a windmill, three locomotives, a tank by Victory Glass Co. with paint remnants, a gun, and an

Lot: 1192 - ASSORTED FIGURAL GLASS CANDY CONTAINERS, LOT OF 12

ASSORTED FIGURAL GLASS CANDY CONTAINERS, LOT OF 12, colorless, comprising a Santa Claus on chimney by Victory Glass Co., a "Peter Rabbit" by J.H. Millstein Co., two dogs, a crowing rooster, a hen-on-basket, a suitcase with metal wire handle, a "Jumbo

Lot: 1193 - SCHOENHUT / DELAVAN HUMPTY DUMPTY CIRCUS TENT WITH

SCHOENHUT / DELAVAN HUMPTY DUMPTY CIRCUS TENT WITH ACCESSORIES, more than 40 pieces, comprising the Delavan Humpty Dumpty Circus tent with assorted Schoenhut accessories.

Lot: 1194 - SCHOENHUT CIRCUS TOY CHINAMAN ACROBAT

SCHOENHUT CIRCUS TOY CHINAMAN ACROBAT, jointed, one-part head with leather ears.

Lot: 1195 - SCHOENHUT CIRCUS TOY CLOWNS, LOT OF TWO

SCHOENHUT CIRCUS TOY CLOWNS, LOT OF TWO, each jointed, two-part head, and applied leather ears.

Lot: 1196 - SCHOENHUT CIRCUS TOY CLOWNS, LOT OF TWO

SCHOENHUT CIRCUS TOY CLOWNS, LOT OF TWO, each jointed, two-part head, and applied leather ears. One possibly referred to as "Cracker Jack".

Lot: 1197 - SCHOENHUT TOY BUFFALO

SCHOENHUT TOY BUFFALO, jointed, having painted leather horns and eyes.

Lot: 1198 - SCHOENHUT TOY BACTRIAN CAMEL

SCHOENHUT TOY BACTRIAN CAMEL, jointed, having two humps and painted eyes.

Lot: 1199 - SCHOENHUT TOY DONKEY

SCHOENHUT TOY DONKEY, jointed, having leather ears and painted eyes. Together with a toy donkey stamped on the underside "HUMPTY DUMPTY TOYS". Two pieces total.

Lot: 1200 - SCHOENHUT / HUMPTY DUMPTY CIRCUS TOY HORSES, LOT

SCHOENHUT / HUMPTY DUMPTY CIRCUS TOY HORSES, LOT OF TWO, each jointed, comprising a black-and-white painted example stamped "HUMPTY DUMPTY TOYS" on the underside, and a Schoenhut example painted black-and-white.

Lot: 1201 - SCHOENHUT CIRCUS TOY CLOWNS, LOT OF THREE

SCHOENHUT CIRCUS TOY CLOWNS, LOT OF THREE, including one two-part head example.

Lot: 1202 - SCHOENHUT CIRCUS TOY CLOWNS, LOT OF THREE

SCHOENHUT CIRCUS TOY CLOWNS, LOT OF THREE, including one two-part head example.

Lot: 1203 - DELAVAN / HUMPTY DUMPTY CIRCUS TOY CLOWNS, LOT OF

DELAVAN / HUMPTY DUMPTY CIRCUS TOY CLOWNS, LOT OF SEVEN, each jointed, with painted faces, seven different outfits, five stamped on the underside of the foot "HUMPTY DUMPTY TOYS".

Lot: 1204 - AMERICAN GREY IRON TOY SOLDIERS, LOT OF 206

AMERICAN GREY IRON TOY SOLDIERS, LOT OF 206, including mostly charging dough boys. Probably Uncle Sam's Defenders.

Lot: 1205 - AMERICAN GREY IRON / CLIP ARMY TOY SOLDIERS,

AMERICAN GREY IRON / CLIP ARMY TOY SOLDIERS, UNCOUNTED LOT, more than 150 pieces, including seven artillery guns, three shell groupings, one base is painted green, two planes, one with wings, and a one piece wagon team pulling a gun.

Lot: 1206 - ASSORTED AMERICAN GREY IRON TOYS, LOT OF 19

ASSORTED AMERICAN GREY IRON TOYS, LOT OF 19, comprising four guns, and twelve tools, and three sword / knifes, one gun is embossed "GMAN". Probably Greycraft.

Lot: 1207 - ANTIQUE TRANSPARENT SWIRL LARGE MARBLE

ANTIQUE TRANSPARENT SWIRL LARGE MARBLE, red, white, and blue three-section divided core surrounded by three groups of four white threads. Together with ten blue- or brown-glazed "Bennington" clay marbles. Eleven (11) pieces total.

Lot: 1208 - ASSORTED MARBLES, UNCOUNTED LOT

ASSORTED MARBLES, UNCOUNTED LOT, more than 200 pieces, comprising crockery, one hand-painted China, Bennington, one onionskin, and stone examples.

Lot: 1209 - GERMAN SANTA CLAUS ON HORSE CANDY CONTAINER

GERMAN SANTA CLAUS ON HORSE CANDY CONTAINER, composition Santa figure wearing felt clothing with head unattached to reveal a small candy container, felt-covered horse with glass eyes, a felt saddle, canvas straps, and wooden hooves. Santa figure with

Lot: 1210 - MOLDED CARDBOARD / COMPOSITION RABBIT CANDY

MOLDED CARDBOARD / COMPOSITION RABBIT CANDY CONTAINERS WITH WOODEN CARTS, LOT OF TWO, comprising two brown rabbits with wooden legs and openings on their bellies and two wooden carts with one having a natural finish and cardboard wheels and the other

Lot: 1211 - ASSORTED PAPIER MACHE CHRISTMAS CONTAINERS, LOT OF

ASSORTED PAPIER MACHE CHRISTMAS CONTAINERS, LOT OF FOUR, each with painted finish, comprising a Santa Claus candy container, a large boot with faux fur trim, and a pair of boots with faux holly accents and unattached white leather-type trim.

Lot: 1212 - GERMAN AND JAPANESE SANTA CLAUS FIGURES, LOT OF

GERMAN AND JAPANESE SANTA CLAUS FIGURES, LOT OF SEVEN, comprising a Santa figure on a sled with a reindeer pulling it, a set of four pipe cleaner ornaments with composition faces, a standing Santa figure carrying a bag, and a basket candy container

Lot: 1213 - GERMAN AND OTHER ASSORTED ANIMAL FIGURES, LOT OF

GERMAN AND OTHER ASSORTED ANIMAL FIGURES, LOT OF 13, comprising six composition animals featuring three turkeys, two sheep, and a chicken, a pair of white metal pigs, and five celluloid / plastic animals including an anthropomorphized chick in top

Lot: 1214 - ASSORTED CHICKEN AND DUCK FIGURES, LOT OF FOUR

ASSORTED CHICKEN AND DUCK FIGURES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a papier-mache hen-on-nest candy container by F. N. Burt Co., a taxidermy duckling, and two cotton examples of a chick holding an umbrella and a chicken/rooster. Papier-mache hen with "DRAKE

Lot: 1215 - ASSORTED SANTA CLAUS FIGURES, LOT OF FIVE

ASSORTED SANTA CLAUS FIGURES, LOT OF FIVE, comprising a plastic pull toy by Rosbro Plastics of Provenance, RI, a papier-mache/composition container, a plaster/composition figure, a pasteboard sleigh and reindeer figure with lithographed Santa, and a

Lot: 1216 - GERMAN DIE-CUT EMBOSSED CARDBOARD HALLOWEEN

GERMAN DIE-CUT EMBOSSED CARDBOARD HALLOWEEN DECORATIONS, LOT OF 11, comprising a pair of black cats, a pair of witches, a pair of owls, a pair of jack-o-lanterns, a pair of anthropomorphized figures with jack-o-lantern heads, and a crescent moon with

Lot: 1217 - ASSORTED DIAMOND-PATTERN GLASS CHRISTMAS LIGHTS,

ASSORTED DIAMOND-PATTERN GLASS CHRISTMAS LIGHTS, LOT OF FOUR, comprising an amethyst, a blue, and two amber examples.

Lot: 1218 - ASSORTED DUCK AND CHICKEN ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR

ASSORTED DUCK AND CHICKEN ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a papier-mache/composition anthropomorphized duck with bobblehead and partial candy container base, a lithographed paper on cardboard duck pull toy, a lithographed pasteboard egg container

Lot: 1219 - VINTAGE AND OTHER HALLOWEEN ARTICLES, LOT OF EIGHT

VINTAGE AND OTHER HALLOWEEN ARTICLES, LOT OF EIGHT, comprising a cardboard witch table decoration with crepe paper around base, a set of four miniature crepe paper baskets with three having jack-o-lantern name cards, a crepe paper popper favor with

Lot: 1220 - GERMAN AND OTHER FIGURAL ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX

GERMAN AND OTHER FIGURAL ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX, comprising two blown glass animal figures of a pig and a stork, a Dresden-type embossed cardboard rooster ornament, and three candy containers with polychrome-painted finishes featuring a pasteboard

Lot: 1221 - VINTAGE HALLOWEEN LITHOGRAPHED TIN NOISE MAKERS,

VINTAGE HALLOWEEN LITHOGRAPHED TIN NOISE MAKERS, LOT OF FOUR, comprising two spinning examples with wooden handles featuring one with a black cat and the other having a scene with witches, and two paddle examples with one having a black cat, witch,

Lot: 1222 - VINTAGE / VINTAGE-STYLE HALLOWEEN LANTERNS, LOT OF

VINTAGE / VINTAGE-STYLE HALLOWEEN LANTERNS, LOT OF SIX, comprising a die-cut folding lantern with ten various motifs having backing paper and six cardboard/composition miniature jack-o-lanterns. Folding lantern with "Made in West-Germany" mark to

Lot: 1223 - VINTAGE HALLOWEEN ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE

VINTAGE HALLOWEEN ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE, comprising two papier-mache masks with painted exteriors and faux hair, and a black cat hand fan with crepe paper body and lithograph die cut paper head and tail. Mask with brown hair having "Germany" mark,

Lot: 1224 - ASSORTED HOLIDAY AND OTHER ARTICLES, LOT OF 22

ASSORTED HOLIDAY AND OTHER ARTICLES, LOT OF 22, including three snowman ornaments with mica finishes, two pairs of miniature rubber shoes for advertisement or salesman samples with original box by Goodyear's India Rubber Glove Mfg. Co., and a

Lot: 1225 - J. CHEIN & CO. LITHOGRAPHED TIN BASKETS, LOT OF

J. CHEIN & CO. LITHOGRAPHED TIN BASKETS, LOT OF THREE, comprising a small and a large round example both with nursery rhyme motifs to sides and an oval example. Each with "J. CHEIN / & CO. / MADE IN / U.S.A." mark. Together with seven modern

Lot: 1226 - LARGE CARDBOARD AND PAPIER-MACHE ARTICLES, LOT OF

LARGE CARDBOARD AND PAPIER-MACHE ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE, comprising two large cardboard Easter egg candy containers with printed exteriors having colorful scenes featuring rabbits, and a papier-mache owl figure/decoy having orange-painted finish and

Lot: 1227 - JAPANESE AND ITALIAN CARDBOARD CHRISTMAS HOUSES,

JAPANESE AND ITALIAN CARDBOARD CHRISTMAS HOUSES, LOT OF 12, comprising a group of nine miniature house ornaments made in Italy with glitter accents and some pieces with pipe cleaner foliage, and a group of three houses made in Japan with celluloid

Lot: 1228 - PAPIER MACHE / COMPOSITION / CARDBOARD RABBIT

PAPIER MACHE / COMPOSITION / CARDBOARD RABBIT FIGURAL ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a tall candy container with a basket to its back, an figure sitting upright with eggs at its feet, a small brown figure, and an anthropomorphized molded cardboard

Lot: 1229 - VINTAGE HOLIDAY / CHRISTMAS TREE DECORATIVE

VINTAGE HOLIDAY / CHRISTMAS TREE DECORATIVE ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE, comprising a four-piece cast iron tree stand with trunk/branch design and gold-toned painted finish, a Silver Ribbon Icicles box with foil ribbons, and a strand of ten clip-on

Lot: 1230 - ASSORTED GLASS AND CERAMIC FIGURAL ARTICLES, LOT

ASSORTED GLASS AND CERAMIC FIGURAL ARTICLES, LOT OF EIGHT, comprising two opaque white glass Easter eggs with painted decoration, a colorless glass candy container of a rabbit pushing a wheelbarrow, a porcelain "OCTOBER" angel holding a

Lot: 1231 - FRENCH BISQUE-HEAD DOLL AUTOMATON

FRENCH BISQUE-HEAD DOLL AUTOMATON, each having fixed eyes, open mouth with teeth, wooden limbs, wearing hat and dress, one figure playing the violin with turning head and moving right arm holding bow, incised "Germany / 7/0" and one figure

Lot: 1232 - UNMARKED FRENCH BISQUE-HEAD DOLL WITH CLOTHING

UNMARKED FRENCH BISQUE-HEAD DOLL WITH CLOTHING, shoulder head with blue glass eyes and blond curly hair wig, jointed kid leather body. Wearing a white dress with layered lacy overskirt, a blue velvet tailed coat, stockings, and leather shoes,

Lot: 1233 - UNMARKED FRENCH BISQUE-HEAD DOLL WITH CLOTHING

UNMARKED FRENCH BISQUE-HEAD DOLL WITH CLOTHING, shoulder head with blue glass eyes and blond curly hair wig, jointed kid leather body having bisque hands/forearms. Wearing a white dress with layered lacy overskirt, a blue velvet tailed coat, and

Lot: 1234 - FRENCH BISQUE-HEAD MAROTTE DOLL

FRENCH BISQUE-HEAD MAROTTE DOLL, with boutique label "AU PARADIS DES ENFANTS / 156 RUE RIVOLI / PARIS", painted eyes, closed mouth, molded dimple, painted eyebrows and lashes, wearing a hat.

Lot: 1235 - UNMARKED FRENCH BISQUE-HEAD DOLL WITH CLOTHING

UNMARKED FRENCH BISQUE-HEAD DOLL WITH CLOTHING, shoulder head with blue glass eyes and blond hair wig, jointed kid leather body, wearing a long white dress over pantaloons, unmarked.

Lot: 1236 - GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD DOLLS, LOT OF TWO

GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD DOLLS, LOT OF TWO, each having socket head, glass sleep eyes, brown hair wig, and a jointed wood and composition body, comprising one by Simon & Halbig having a noise making feature to body with cord and "10[?]9 / HALBIG /

Lot: 1237 - SIMON & HALBIG #949 GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD CHILD DOLL

SIMON & HALBIG #949 GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD CHILD DOLL, socket head incised "S15H / 949" and with solid domed top, blue fixed eyes, closed mouth, painted eyebrows and eye lashes, pierced ears, auburn wig, cloth torso and jointed composition and wooden

Lot: 1238 - ASSORTED DOLLS WITH CLOTHING, LOT OF FOUR

ASSORTED DOLLS WITH CLOTHING, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a poured wax example with wax arms and a cloth body including a detached brown wig and one extra black shoe; a German bisque socket head example by Simon & Halbig, incised "S&H 1009 /

Lot: 1239 - WOODEN AND OTHER DOLLS, LOT OF FIVE

WOODEN AND OTHER DOLLS, LOT OF FIVE, comprising a "Jennie" wooden example with carved and jointed body having painted features, a male and female rag examples with nutshell heads, a bisque head miniature girl example with joined wooden body, and a

Lot: 1240 - ARMAND MARSEILLE GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD CHILD DOLL

ARMAND MARSEILLE GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD CHILD DOLL, socket head incised "A. 17 M", blue fixed eyes, open mouth with teeth, painted eyebrows and eye lashes, non-period pate and wig of red hair with tag marked "WEE 3", jointed composition limbs. Fitted in

Lot: 1241 - SCHOENAU & HOFFMEISTER #1906 GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD

SCHOENAU & HOFFMEISTER #1906 GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD CHILD DOLL, socket head incised "Germany SPBH" within a star, brown sleepy eyes, open mouth with teeth, painted eyebrows and eye lashes, non-period pate and wig of blonde hair with tag marked "WEE

Lot: 1242 - HEINRICH HANDWERCK #99 GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD CHILD

HEINRICH HANDWERCK #99 GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD CHILD DOLL, socket head incised "99 / DEP / GERMANY / HANDWERCK / 3", blue sleepy eyes, open mouth with teeth, painted eyebrows and eye lashes, pierced ears, blonde wig, jointed composition and wooden limbs.

Lot: 1243 - ARMAND MARSEILLE "FLORADORA" GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD

ARMAND MARSEILLE "FLORADORA" GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD CHILD DOLL, shoulder head incised "A 8 M / Floradora / D. R. G. M. 374-830 / 374-830 / Made in Germany", blue fixed eyes, open mouth with teeth, painted eyebrows and applied eye lashes, blonde wig, kid

Lot: 1244 - ARMAND MARSEILLE GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD CHILD DOLLS,

ARMAND MARSEILLE GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD CHILD DOLLS, LOT OF TWO, each with socket heads comprising an example incised "Armand Marseille / Germany / 390 / A 10 M" and other with "Queen Louise / Germany / 13", blue and brown sleepy eyes, open mouths with

Lot: 1245 - ASSORTED GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD DOLLS, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD DOLLS, LOT OF TWO, each with shoulder heads comprising an example incised "Armand Marseille / Germany / 370 / A ? M", blue sleepy eyes; and an example marked "DRP" with brown fixed eyes and pierced ears, each with an open

Lot: 1246 - ARMAND MARSEILLE NO. 370 GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD DOLLS,

ARMAND MARSEILLE NO. 370 GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD DOLLS, LOT OF TWO, each with shoulder heads comprising an incised "370 / A. M. -9-D.E.P / Armand Marseille / Made in Germany", brown fixed eyes and painted features; and an example marked "Germany / 370 / A

Lot: 1247 - ARMAND MARSEILLE NO. 370 GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD DOLLS,

ARMAND MARSEILLE NO. 370 GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD DOLLS, LOT OF TWO, each with shoulder heads, comprising an example incised "370 / A. M. -3-D.E.P / Armand Marseille", blue fixed eyes; and an example marked "Germany / 370 / A M 3/0 DE", blue sleepy eyes,

Lot: 1248 - ASSORTED GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD AND CHINA DOLLS, LOT

ASSORTED GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD AND CHINA DOLLS, LOT OF THREE, comprising two bisque head examples with socket heads including an example incised "Germany / G. B." (George Borgfeldt); and an example incised "Germany / HEINRICH HARDWERCK 3 1/2" along with

Lot: 1249 - G. M. BERGMANN GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD CHILD DOLL

G. M. BERGMANN GERMAN BISQUE-HEAD CHILD DOLL, shoulder head incised "G. M. Bergmann / Waltershauseu / 1916. / 12", blue sleepy eyes, open mouth with teeth, painted eyebrows and applied eye lashes, brown wig, composition and wooden jointed limbs.

Lot: 1250 - BLACK AMERICANA CLOTH DOLLS, LOT OF THREE

BLACK AMERICANA CLOTH DOLLS, LOT OF THREE, comprising one with hand-stitched facial features, one with button eyes and leatherette boots, and one Topsy Turvy example with hand-stitched features and yarn hair, each wearing colorful dress with apron.

Lot: 1251 - ANTIQUE PAPER DOLLS AND OTHER ARTICLES, LOT OF 17

ANTIQUE PAPER DOLLS AND OTHER ARTICLES, LOT OF 17, comprising a scrapbook fragment/page with adhered molded and lithographed paper, a group of five paper dolls with crepe paper clothing, and ten various fashion cutouts.

Lot: 1252 - ASSORTED INTERNATIONAL SOUVENIR DOLLS AND OTHER

ASSORTED INTERNATIONAL SOUVENIR DOLLS AND OTHER ARTICLES, LOT OF FIVE, comprising a figural pincushion of woman in Eastern European dress, a Bauern-malerei painted wooden box/toy chest from Switzerland with A. Edelman-Ebnat paper label, two Japanese

Lot: 1253 - ASSORTED MATERIAL DOLLS, LOT OF EIGHT

ASSORTED MATERIAL DOLLS, LOT OF EIGHT, including two corn husk examples, one coconut husk example, three nut-head examples, and a cloth example having hand-stitched facial features with black and red pants.

Lot: 1254 - ASSORTED CLOTH DOLLS, LOT OF SEVEN

ASSORTED CLOTH DOLLS, LOT OF SEVEN, including a black rabbit with hand-stitched features and upright ears; two Topsy Turvy Red Riding Hood examples, one with hand-stitched features and red satin cape; and an example with hand-stitched facial

Lot: 1255 - AMERICAN FOLK ART FABRIC DOLL

AMERICAN FOLK ART FABRIC DOLL, handmade, possibly from a kit, with likely original clothes.

Lot: 1256 - AMERICAN PAINTED WOOD TWO-STORY DOLLHOUSE

AMERICAN PAINTED WOOD TWO-STORY DOLLHOUSE, having a white exterior with green roof and two faux chimneys, front side and roof opens to reveal the interior rooms, later added windows and doors, applied wallpaper, likely later electrified. Together

Lot: 1257 - MCLOUGHLIN BROS. FOLDING DOLL HOUSE WITH ASSORTED

MCLOUGHLIN BROS. FOLDING DOLL HOUSE WITH ASSORTED FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES, UNCOUNTED LOT, more than 30 pieces, doll house made of eight board with canvas supports having applied lithographed paper surfaces featuring later painted finish to some

Lot: 1258 - ANTIQUE DOLL / TOY FURNITURE AND DOLL, LOT OF

ANTIQUE DOLL / TOY FURNITURE AND DOLL, LOT OF THREE, comprising a four poster dark mahogany-colored rope bed, a small painted wood cradle, and an "unbreakable" doll with painted features and light blue outfit. Unmarked.

Lot: 1259 - AMERICAN COUNTRY PAINTED CHILD'S / DOLL CUPBOARD

AMERICAN COUNTRY PAINTED CHILD'S / DOLL CUPBOARD, comprised from "Hercules Blasting Caps" wooden crates. Retains an old yellow-painted surface with applied flower decoration. Together with a box of uncounted children's aluminum kitchen toys.

Lot: 1260 - AMERICAN PINE DOLLHOUSE

AMERICAN PINE DOLLHOUSE, American Colonial style home, with five rooms, and a gable. Retains traces of old-green-and-white paint.

Lot: 1261 - ANTIQUE AMERICAN OAK DOLL FURNITURE, LOT OF TWO

ANTIQUE AMERICAN OAK DOLL FURNITURE, LOT OF TWO, comprising a "CASS KITCHEN CABINET" with stenciled embellishment and a dresser with towel bar. Each with old surface.

Lot: 1262 - VINTAGE AMERICAN DOLL FURNITURE, LOT OF TWO

VINTAGE AMERICAN DOLL FURNITURE, LOT OF TWO, comprising two kitchen cabinets, one with open shelves.

Lot: 1263 - AMERICAN PAINT-DECORATED BENTWOOD SALESMAN'S

AMERICAN PAINT-DECORATED BENTWOOD SALESMAN'S SAMPLE / CHILD'S FIELD CRADLE, swinging boat-shape cradle suspended on a frame with two cast-iron wheels at one end, interior slats stenciled for Ford, Johnson & Co., Michigan City, Indiana, patented

Lot: 1264 - FOLK ART PAINTED WOOD FARM TOYS, LOT OF 32 PIECES

FOLK ART PAINTED WOOD FARM TOYS, LOT OF 32 PIECES, including a house and a barn with plastic windows, a gray covered bridge with two ramps, an outhouse, a windmill, a silo with unattached roof, a handsaw, and a six-piece fence set.

Lot: 1265 - ASSORTED ANTIQUE AND VINTAGE DOLL AND INFANT

ASSORTED ANTIQUE AND VINTAGE DOLL AND INFANT CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES, UNCOUNTED LOT, more than 50 pieces, including hats, shoes, dresses, undergarments, and shirts.

Lot: 1266 - DOLL / TOY STAGE COACH MODEL

DOLL / TOY STAGE COACH MODEL, wood and metal, upholstered interior with glass windows and two doors, painted and decorated exterior, spoke wheels with metal rims, with two attachments for horses.

Lot: 1267 - ASSORTED DOLL CLOTHING, LOT OF 15 PIECES

ASSORTED DOLL CLOTHING, LOT OF 15 PIECES, comprising a white petticoat, a blue and pink snowsuit with a matching bonnet, a pink dress, a navy shirt, a white cotton dress with slip and bloomers, a black hat, a green wool plaid skirt, a woven raffia

Lot: 1268 - ASSORTED SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA CHILDREN'S

ASSORTED SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA CHILDREN'S ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a toy painted-wood wheelbarrow signed "Willie Rupp" to underside, with a photo of the maker William H. Rupp; a green-painted poplar doll cradle; and pair of child's

Lot: 1269 - VINTAGE FIGURAL ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX

VINTAGE FIGURAL ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX, comprising four wooden hat stands with composition doll heads, a red velvet pin cushion with composition head wearing a hat, and a cast-iron Colonial Woman doorstop with polychrome-painted finish. Unmarked.

Lot: 1270 - FOLK ART PAINTED WOOD TOYS, LOT OF TWO

FOLK ART PAINTED WOOD TOYS, LOT OF TWO, comprising a barn constructed from old Walter Baker & Co. wood crates with dark red painted exterior, and a dancing figure with faux hair suspended by a metal rod attached to a plank base.

Lot: 1271 - CHILD'S MAPLE DRESSER

CHILD'S MAPLE DRESSER, swivel mirror supported on straight stanchions, four drawers with nailed construction and brass pulls. Likely original medium brown surface.

Lot: 1272 - MID-ATLANTIC WALNUT CRADLE

MID-ATLANTIC WALNUT CRADLE, having dovetailed construction, cut-out hand holds, applied molding to base, and shaped cheese-cutter rockers, including a hay-filled mattress. Old surface with warm color.

Lot: 1273 - ASSORTED DOLLHOUSE, MINIATURE, AND OTHER ARTICLES,

ASSORTED DOLLHOUSE, MINIATURE, AND OTHER ARTICLES, UNCOUNTED LOT, more than 30 pieces, including wooden table articles, a pillow, "Le Petit Paroissien de L'Enfance" book, a hat, and several figures.

Lot: 1274 - AMERICAN PINE CHILD'S SLANT-TOP DESK

AMERICAN PINE CHILD'S SLANT-TOP DESK, hinged top with slight raised edges revealing interior compartment, resting on four slightly tapered straight legs. Likely original warm surface.

Lot: 1275 - VINTAGE PAINTED WOOD CHILD'S CABINET

VINTAGE PAINTED WOOD CHILD'S CABINET, cream and green-painted finish, hutch with "LITTLE MOTHERS KITCHEN CABINET" printed to cardboard backing, cabinet to lower half having two doors with metal pulls featuring printed running chick accents to front.

Lot: 1276 - VINTAGE CHILD'S ENAMEL-TOP TABLE AND CHAIRS, LOT

VINTAGE CHILD'S ENAMEL-TOP TABLE AND CHAIRS, LOT OF THREE, comprising a table having enameled metal top featuring printed imagery of the alphabet and numerals, a circus-themed center vignette, and four small vignettes to corners with children,

Lot: 1277 - AMERICAN OAK CHILD'S PUSH SLEIGH

AMERICAN OAK CHILD'S PUSH SLEIGH, original varnished body with painted highlights, bentwood and turned handle, upholstered interior, iron runners.

Lot: 1278 - VICTORIAN DOLL CARRIAGES, LOT OF TWO

VICTORIAN DOLL CARRIAGES, LOT OF TWO, comprising one example having a flat platform with twig sides and two green velvet pillows and a green velvet umbrella-type covering with lace trim suspended by a metal rod support; remaining example having a

Lot: 1279 - DECORATED WOODEN CHILD'S TOY DOLL CARRIAGES, LOT

DECORATED WOODEN CHILD'S TOY DOLL CARRIAGES, LOT OF TWO, one having a flat platform with cut-out scalloped sides having green painted finish with yellow motif accents, supported by two large back spoke wheels and a smaller center front spoke wheel,

Lot: 1280 - STEIFF ELEPHANT PULL TOY

STEIFF ELEPHANT PULL TOY, with black-painted metal eyes, retaining metal button, fixed on a cast-iron base with wheels.

Lot: 1281 - STEIFF MOHAIR BEAR RIDING TOY

STEIFF MOHAIR BEAR RIDING TOY, with growler, glass eyes, retaining metal button, fixed on a blue-painted metal base with red and black wheels, unusual steering feature.

Lot: 1282 - STEIFF ANIMAL HAND PUPPETS, LOT OF SIX

STEIFF ANIMAL HAND PUPPETS, LOT OF SIX, comprising "Gaty" with button and tag; "Teddy Baby"; owl with button and tag; "Plaidie", rabbit with button and tag; and tiger. Germany.

Lot: 1283 - STEIFF ANIMAL HAND PUPPETS, LOT OF FIVE

STEIFF ANIMAL HAND PUPPETS, LOT OF FIVE, comprising four dogs, and a monkey.

Lot: 1284 - DONOVAN B. BEAR STYLE TEDDY BEARS, LOT OF TWO

DONOVAN B. BEAR STYLE TEDDY BEARS, LOT OF TWO, comprising one wearing a hat, and one with added leather child's shoes.

Lot: 1285 - UNCUT MUSLIN TEDDY BEAR PATTERN

UNCUT MUSLIN TEDDY BEAR PATTERN, whole piece of muslin with printed front and back of teddy bear featuring instructions of how to make the stuffed toy. Marked "Copyright 1907 / The Saalfield Publishing Co." to lower corner.

Lot: 1286 - POSSIBLY IDEAL "WOODY" MOHAIR TEDDY BEAR

POSSIBLY IDEAL "WOODY" MOHAIR TEDDY BEAR, with glass eyes, five-way jointed, probably original pads.

Lot: 1287 - LITHOGRAPHED PAPER AND COTTON FIGURES, LOT OF FIVE

LITHOGRAPHED PAPER AND COTTON FIGURES, LOT OF FIVE, comprising four spun cotton and paper dolls featuring an African American man with greyhound, an African American mother and child, an Asian man, and a woman in Classical dress, and a large girl

Lot: 1288 - GERMANY AND OTHER ASSORTED FIGURES, LOT OF 14

GERMANY AND OTHER ASSORTED FIGURES, LOT OF 14, comprising a pair of composition men with "GERMANY" mark, a white metal ram marked "MADE IN ENGLAND", a white metal cow, three composition cows with "GERMANY" marks to their stomachs, a composition

Lot: 1289 - ANTIQUE CAST-IRON AND WOODEN TOYS, LOT OF TWO

ANTIQUE CAST-IRON AND WOODEN TOYS, LOT OF TWO, comprising an "Eagle" cast-iron toy/salesman sample range stove with silver-toned finish having original side shelf embossed "EAGLE", four original burner covers and reservoir cover, original

Lot: 1290 - ANTIQUE / VINTAGE GIRL'S WOODEN TOYS

ANTIQUE / VINTAGE GIRL'S WOODEN TOYS, more than 50 pieces, comprising a set of "The Little House Keeper" featuring the box converting to a shelf and a table with various wooden dishes, and a box of "The Little Chamber-Maid" in which the base turns

Lot: 1291 - ANTIQUE CHILDREN'S PRINT

ANTIQUE CHILDREN'S PRINT, chromolithograph on paper, puppies at play, titled "DOG SHOW PRIZE WINNERS". Housed under glass in a modern frame.

Lot: 1292 - PEWTER AND OTHER METAL MINIATURE / TOY CANDLESTICK

PEWTER AND OTHER METAL MINIATURE / TOY CANDLESTICK HOLDERS, LOT OF TEN, including a sheet metal chamberstick pair. Together with a miniature/toy wick trimmer. Eleven (11) pieces total.

Lot: 1293 - GERMAN PORCELAIN SUNBONNET BABIES CHILDREN'S TEA

GERMAN PORCELAIN SUNBONNET BABIES CHILDREN'S TEA ARTICLES, LOT OF 15, comprising a covered teapot, a two-handled covered sugar, a creamer, four cups, five saucers, and three plates, each having charming decals featuring girls in bonnets performing

Lot: 1294 - JAPANESE PORCELAIN CHILDREN'S TEA SETS, LOT OF 24

JAPANESE PORCELAIN CHILDREN'S TEA SETS, LOT OF 24, comprising a covered teapot, a covered sugar, a creamer, four cups and saucers, and six plates, featuring images of children in winter clothing, blue printed mark "MADE / IN / JAPAN", and a teapot

Lot: 1295 - JAPANESE PORCELAIN PINE CONE CHILDREN'S TEA AND

JAPANESE PORCELAIN PINE CONE CHILDREN'S TEA AND TABLE ARTICLES, LOT OF 23, comprising a covered teapot, a covered sugar, a creamer, four cups and saucers, a covered open-handled server, an oval dish, an oval platter, a sauce boat with attached

Lot: 1296 - 1973 CHEVROLET CORVETTE STINGRAY

1973 CHEVROLET CORVETTE STINGRAY, T-top, matching numbers, 350 / 190 HP 5.7 L engine with Turbo 400 automatic transmission, factory air conditioning, Classic white with dark saddle interior, odometer reads 66,800 miles, B. F. Goodrich radial tires,

Lot: 1297 - ANTIQUE FRANK WESSON TWO-TRIGGER SINGLE-SHOT RIFLE

ANTIQUE FRANK WESSON TWO-TRIGGER SINGLE-SHOT RIFLE, octagonal barrel clearly marked FRANK WESSON WORCESTER, MASS. / PAT'D, OCT. 25, 1859 & NOV. 11, 1862", long-range sight mounted on tang. Serial number 5575.

Lot: 1298 - ANTIQUE PERCUSSION DOUBLE-BARREL SHOTGUN

ANTIQUE PERCUSSION DOUBLE-BARREL SHOTGUN, buttstock with inset brass eagle to one side, German-silver squirrel and shell-form patchbox to other side, large relief-carved stag mask to underside, not markings located. Together with a powder horn having

Lot: 1299 - ANTIQUE INDO-PERSIAN FLINTLOCK PISTOL

ANTIQUE INDO-PERSIAN FLINTLOCK PISTOL, engraved lockplate, relief carving to top of buttstock, punched decoration with copper barrel bands, wooden ramrod.

Lot: 1300 - ANTIQUE FLINTLOCK PISTOL

ANTIQUE FLINTLOCK PISTOL, illegible markings to lockplate, proof marks to barrel, "CBISIO" and "4'5" stamped into stock, star within a rosette above an H stamped into brass and backstrap.

Lot: 1301 - VIRGINIA (NOW WEST VIRGINIA) FRONTIER POWDER HORN

VIRGINIA (NOW WEST VIRGINIA) FRONTIER POWDER HORN AND HUNTING BAG, finely detailed horn with horn turned bone throat incised "ALL / AWB", and finely turned walnut mouthpiece and end cap, bag with old strap. Accompanying note indicated ownership by

Lot: 1302 - ASSORTED BRASS AND IRON HUNTING ACCOUTREMENTS, LOT

ASSORTED BRASS AND IRON HUNTING ACCOUTREMENTS, LOT OF 12, comprising 12 bullet molds, including one brass example, another stamped "85".

Lot: 1303 - GERMAN ERMA-ERFURT WORLD WAR TWO / WWII FLARE GUN

GERMAN ERMA-ERFURT WORLD WAR TWO / WWII FLARE GUN / PISTOL, with Eagle proofs, serial #4752, with likely later leather holster with proof marks stamped Kern Klager & Cie / 1940 / Berlin.

Lot: 1304 - FRENCH MODEL 1845 INFANTRY SWORD WITH SCABBARD

FRENCH MODEL 1845 INFANTRY SWORD WITH SCABBARD, ricasso with inspector marks "JC" and brass guard with serial number "57534", engraved along the blade "Manufacture nationale d' armes Chateleranld Tanvier 1916 tody d Inf the M 1845 E", scabbard with

Lot: 1305 - JAPANESE WORLD WAR TWO / WORLD WAR II TYPE-30

JAPANESE WORLD WAR TWO / WORLD WAR II TYPE-30 BAYONETS WITH SCABBARDS, LOT OF TWO, comprising one from the Nagoya Star K arsenal with serial number "11684", and Mukden arsenal with serial number "52602273". Each with some remnants of original black

Lot: 1306 - WORLD WAR TWO / WWII ERA U.S. NAVY LEATHER FLIGHT

WORLD WAR TWO / WWII ERA U.S. NAVY LEATHER FLIGHT SUITS, LOT OF TWO, electronically heated, each with interior tag for Colvinex, style "CFN24", specification "M 456 A", contract "NXSA2192", serial number "6782" and "7448", 24 volts. Backside marked

Lot: 1307 - W. H. HORSTMANN & SONS WEST POINT CADET DRESS

W. H. HORSTMANN & SONS WEST POINT CADET DRESS SWORD WITH SCABBARD, cast-brass hilt and imitation wire-wrapped ribbed grip, crossguard embossed "MA", blade marked to ricasso "W. H. Horstmann & Sons, Philadelphia" and "GERMANY" on reverse, with

Lot: 1308 - NEW YORK GUNPOWDER COMPANY HISTORICAL PRINT

NEW YORK GUNPOWDER COMPANY HISTORICAL PRINT, lithograph on paper, depicting the Schaghticoke Powder Company's Works, Schaghticoke, Rensselaer, NY, with list of officers below title. Housed under glass in a period molded walnut frame with gilt liner.

Lot: 1309 - FRENCH WORLD WAR I / WWI ERA BAYONETS WITH

FRENCH WORLD WAR I / WWI ERA BAYONETS WITH SCABBARD., comprising a French Cruciform Model 1886 Lebel, also referred to as the "pig-sticker", and a French Model 1874 "Gras" Sword Bayonet, with back edge of blade marked "Mre d' Armes de Chat Avril

Lot: 1310 - IMPERIAL GERMAN / PRUSSIAN MODEL 1889 OFFICER'S

IMPERIAL GERMAN / PRUSSIAN MODEL 1889 OFFICER'S SWORD WITH SCABBARD, also referred to as the 1911 pattern, tang stamped "W.K. & C" with king and knight, handle with the William II insignia, hilt guard stylized with an Imperial German state eagle,

Lot: 1311 - BRITISH PATTERN 1892 INFANTRY OFFICER'S SWORD WITH

BRITISH PATTERN 1892 INFANTRY OFFICER'S SWORD WITH SCABBARD, with inspection marks on both sword and scabbard "FC" and "39880".

Lot: 1312 - WORLD WAR TWO / KOREAN WAR ERA U.S. ARMY OVERCOAT

WORLD WAR TWO / KOREAN WAR ERA U.S. ARMY OVERCOAT / JACKETS, LOT OF THREE, comprising an overcoat and dress uniform jacket with shoulder patch insignia for the 10th Mountain Division, and a dress uniform jacket with shoulder patch insignia for the

Lot: 1313 - UNITED STATES INDIAN WARS CANTEEN

UNITED STATES INDIAN WARS CANTEEN, canvas covered canteen, stamped "U.S." marked and numbered "267" with cavalry canteen strap for mounting on saddle. Together with leather pouch. Two pieces total.

Lot: 1314 - ASSORTED LEATHER ACCOUTREMENTS, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED LEATHER ACCOUTREMENTS, LOT OF TWO, comprising a haversack, and possible girth belt for a Model 1859 McClellan Saddle.

Lot: 1315 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR ERA ACCOUTREMENTS, UNCOUNTED

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR ERA ACCOUTREMENTS, UNCOUNTED LOT, including .58 caliber minie balls, solid shot canon ball, and leather binocular case, and two bayonets.

Lot: 1316 - WORLD WAR TWO / WWII ERA BAYONETS, LOT OF TWO

WORLD WAR TWO / WWII ERA BAYONETS, LOT OF TWO, comprising a Japanese Type 30 bayonet with scabbard, and stamped markings on tang for the Mulkden arsenal, and a US M1 Garande bayonet, possibly made in Utica, with tang stamped "UC / 1942", lacking

Lot: 1317 - ASSORTED HUNTING ACCOUTREMENTS, LOT OF SIX

ASSORTED HUNTING ACCOUTREMENTS, LOT OF SIX, including two carved powder horns, and three powder flasks.

Lot: 1318 - U.S. MODEL 1873 SOCKET BAYONET WITH SCABBARD

U.S. MODEL 1873 SOCKET BAYONET WITH SCABBARD, leather attachment to scabbard having a "US" rivet and a metal clip. Bayonet with impressed "C / 29" mark to side of socket.

Lot: 1319 - AMERICAN CARVED HORN AND SILVER RIM TROPHY /

AMERICAN CARVED HORN AND SILVER RIM TROPHY / PRESENTATION CUP, rim engraved "MADE BY UNCLE JIMMIE NELMS FOR JNO. TROUT 1902". Unknown finesse. Possibly Roanoke County, VA.

Lot: 1320 - U.S. ARMY / MILITARY ARTICLES, LOT OF FIVE

U.S. ARMY / MILITARY ARTICLES, LOT OF FIVE, including a Civil Defense helmet, stamped on the underside "U.S. GOV'T / PROPERTY / O.C.D.", and a Vietnam War era combat field butt pack, with a "CAP" button".

Lot: 1321 - MASSENGILL'S LEATHER DOCTOR / SADDLE BAGS

MASSENGILL'S LEATHER DOCTOR / SADDLE BAGS, stamped "MANUFACTURED ONLY BY / MASSENGILL'S / SADDLE BAGS / THE S.E. MASSENGILL CO. / BRISTOL, TENN-VA", with leather dividers, interior with hinged pull out box, lined with tin.

Lot: 1322 - CLASSICAL ROMAN STYLE IRON ARMOR

CLASSICAL ROMAN STYLE IRON ARMOR, possibly a pauldron, with embossed decor featuring Cupid and other Roman deities, gallery tag states "ROMAN DRESS ARMOR / SHOULDER PAD".

Lot: 1323 - RARE STONEWALL BRIGADE BAND, STAUNTON, VIRGINIA,

RARE STONEWALL BRIGADE BAND, STAUNTON, VIRGINIA, HAMPSHIRE POTTERY GLAZED PITCHER, underside stamped "HAMPSHIRE / J.S.T. / KEENE, N.H. / POTTERY." Together with a newspaper clipping, from October 1973, showing Dolly McKenney, of Mint Springs

Lot: 1324 - CONFEDERATE CIVIL WAR SOLDIER SIXTH-PLATE

CONFEDERATE CIVIL WAR SOLDIER SIXTH-PLATE AMBROTYPE, depicting two seated soldiers, likely brothers, wearing full uniforms, one with what appears to be sergeant chevrons on jacket sleeve, hand-tinted facial features and gold buttons. Leather covered

Lot: 1325 - CIVIL WAR SOLDIER SIXTH-PLATE TINTYPE

CIVIL WAR SOLDIER SIXTH-PLATE TINTYPE, depicting a seated figure in a light blue-gray tinted uniform with kepi, gold insignia, buttons, and ring. Housed in a leather-covered case.

Lot: 1326 - UNION CIVIL WAR SOLDIER NINTH-PLATE TINTYPE

UNION CIVIL WAR SOLDIER NINTH-PLATE TINTYPE, depicting a seated soldier wearing full uniform and kepi, hand-tinted gold buttons. Thermoplastic case with acorns and oak leaves.

Lot: 1327 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE JAMES EWELL BROWN "JEB"

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE JAMES EWELL BROWN "JEB" STUART (1833-1864) CDV AND AUTOGRAPH, depicting Major-General Stuart seated in full uniform holding his saber and hat, backstamped for Bendann Bros., Baltimore, MD; the inked autograph "J.E.B. Stuart /

Lot: 1328 - CIVIL WAR UNION OFFICERS CDVS IN ALBUM

CIVIL WAR UNION OFFICERS CDVS IN ALBUM, including 36 images of officers, many identified, along with images of Abraham Lincoln, Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, Charles Francis Adams, etc., 45 images total. Embossed leather album with gilt-brass straps.

Lot: 1329 - CIVIL WAR UNION JOSEPH HOOKER (1814-1879)

CIVIL WAR UNION JOSEPH HOOKER (1814-1879) AUTOGRAPHED CDV, depicting Major-General Hooker in bust facing right in uniform, inked autograph below image, no photographer's imprint. Housed with mat under glass in a modern frame.

Lot: 1330 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR OFFICERS CDVS, LOT OF SEVEN

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR OFFICERS CDVS, LOT OF SEVEN, six cased including a thermoplastic example with spread-wing eagle holding a "UNION FOR EVER" banner in beak. Together with a tintype image of a man. Eight pieces total.

Lot: 1331 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE ROBERT E. LEE (1807-1870)

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE ROBERT E. LEE (1807-1870) CDV, bust looking left wearing jacket with three stars on collar, backstamped for E. & H. T. Anthony, New York.

Lot: 1332 - ROBERT E. LEE PHOTOGRAPH

ROBERT E. LEE PHOTOGRAPH, being a Miley reprint of the first formal portrait of Lee as a Confederate General officer, standing with his sword, field glasses, and hat, stamped "M. Miley & Son / Lexington, Va" on lower left corner of mat. Housed

Lot: 1333 - CONFEDERATE GENERAL JOHN SINGLETON "GRAY GHOST"

CONFEDERATE GENERAL JOHN SINGLETON "GRAY GHOST" MOSBY CLIPPED SIGNATURE, ink on lined paper. Framed with copy of photograph.

Lot: 1334 - CIVIL WAR ROBERT E. LEE CABINET PHOTOGRAPH

CIVIL WAR ROBERT E. LEE CABINET PHOTOGRAPH, being a photograph of an earlier signed CDV of Lee, H. W. Clark, Cumberland, MD photographer's imprint. Period inked inscription on back reads "Original picture of Gen. R. E. Lee - sent to Mrs. Phil

Lot: 1335 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR PHOTOGRAPHS, LOT OF FIVE

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR PHOTOGRAPHS, LOT OF FIVE, comprising L. C. Handy Photographer, Washington, DC albumen print, "Group Made on the Occasion of the / 2d Reunion of the 43d Battalion, Virginia Cavalry, Mosby's Men, / Marshall, Virginia (Old Salem),

Lot: 1336 - ROBERT E. LEE CABINET CARD PHOTOGRAPH

ROBERT E. LEE CABINET CARD PHOTOGRAPH, on board, post-war depiction of Lee wearing his uniform, vest partially unbuttoned, seated in an arm chair with carved crest, stamped "Miley / Lexington, Va" on lower left corner of card. Michael Miley

Lot: 1337 - UNION CIVIL WAR SOLDIER CARVED WOODEN PIPE

UNION CIVIL WAR SOLDIER CARVED WOODEN PIPE, "Conrad Guckes / 3 NY B / City Point / 1865" in relief, bowl with original tin lining. Original dry natural surface.

Lot: 1338 - BURNSIDE SADDLE-RING CIVIL WAR CARBINE

BURNSIDE SADDLE-RING CIVIL WAR CARBINE, .54 caliber, fifth model with guide screw in center of right frame, lockplate stamped "BURNSIDE RIFLE Co. / PROVIDENCE=R.I.", top of frame stamped BURNSIDE'S PATENT. / MARCH 25th, 1856.", walnut buttstock and

Lot: 1339 - COLT MODEL 1851 CIVIL WAR ERA NAVY REVOLVER

COLT MODEL 1851 CIVIL WAR ERA NAVY REVOLVER, 36 cal., fourth model, six-shot cylinder, octagonal barrel with "Address Col. Saml Colt New-York U.S. America" marking on top, walnut grips, marked on the left side of the frame "Colts Patent", serial

Lot: 1340 - COLT MODEL 1862 CIVIL WAR ERA POLICE REVOLVER

COLT MODEL 1862 CIVIL WAR ERA POLICE REVOLVER, 36 cal., Standard model, five-shot rebated and half-fluted cylinder, round barrel with "Address Col. Saml Colt New-York U.S. America" marking on top, walnut grips, marked on the left side of the frame

Lot: 1341 - COLT MODEL 1849 CIVIL WAR ERA POCKET REVOLVER

COLT MODEL 1849 CIVIL WAR ERA POCKET REVOLVER, 31 cal., five-shot cylinder with stagecoach holdup roll design, octagonal barrel with "Address Saml Colt /New York City" marking on top, walnut grips, marked on the left side of the frame "Colts Patent",

Lot: 1342 - COLT MODEL 1860 CIVIL WAR ERA ARMY REVOLVER

COLT MODEL 1860 CIVIL WAR ERA ARMY REVOLVER, 44 cal., Standard Army model with three-screw frame, six-shot cylinder, round barrel with "Address Col. Saml Colt New-York U.S. America" marking on top, walnut grips with inspector stamping, marked on the

Lot: 1343 - ANTIQUE UNMARKED CIVIL WAR ERA MUSKET

ANTIQUE UNMARKED CIVIL WAR ERA MUSKET, round barrel with proof marks secured with three rings, metal ramrod, fitted with a bayonet.

Lot: 1344 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR BULLETS AND RELATED ARTICLES,

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR BULLETS AND RELATED ARTICLES, MORE THAN 50, including a bullet in wood and a whistle carved from a 58 cal. bullet, most excavated, some with location found.

Lot: 1345 - CIVIL WAR COLT'S PATENT BULLET MOLDS, LOT OF TWO

CIVIL WAR COLT'S PATENT BULLET MOLDS, LOT OF TWO, each marked "COLT'S / PATENT", one marked "31PKt", other marked "44H" and with "AHK" inspector's initials.

Lot: 1346 - CIVIL WAR AND LATER BULLET MOLDS, LOT OF SEVEN

CIVIL WAR AND LATER BULLET MOLDS, LOT OF SEVEN, one marked for Ideal Mfg. Co., 38 S&W.

Lot: 1347 - CIVIL WAR ERA ARTILLERY PROJECTILES, LOT OF FOUR

CIVIL WAR ERA ARTILLERY PROJECTILES, LOT OF FOUR, including a Hotchkiss shell and a Parrot shell. Together with two small balls and a piece of shrapnel. Seven pieces total.

Lot: 1348 - CIVIL WAR ERA SOCKET BAYONETS, LOT OF TWO

CIVIL WAR ERA SOCKET BAYONETS, LOT OF TWO, comprising one with possibly original leather scabbard, and marked "MILE", other example marked with a shape of a cross, no other markings.

Lot: 1349 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE STATE UNIFORM BUTTONS, LOT

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE STATE UNIFORM BUTTONS, LOT OF THREE, comprising Georgia (Albert GA4A-1) with "HORSTMAN & ALLIEN / NY" backmark around center rays; North Carolina (Albert NC8A) with "S A MYERS / RICHMOND VA." backmark; and a North Carolina

Lot: 1350 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE VIRGINIA STATE UNIFORM

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE VIRGINIA STATE UNIFORM BUTTONS, LOT OF FOUR, including an Albert VA22 local with five-point star only to back, other backmaks for W. C. Mintzer, Phild and Scovill Mfg., Co., Waterbury.

Lot: 1351 - CIVIL WAR ERA CONFEDERATE VIRGINIA STATE UNIFORM

CIVIL WAR ERA CONFEDERATE VIRGINIA STATE UNIFORM BUTTONS, LOT OF 14, comprising ten coat and four sleeve, backmaks for Goodwins; C. Wendlinger, Richmond, VA (seven); Horstmann Bros. & Co., Phil; Horstmann & Co., NY & Phi; Waterbury Button

Lot: 1352 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR, MILITARY, AND OTHER UNIFORM

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR, MILITARY, AND OTHER UNIFORM BUTTONS, LOT OF 67, including Union cavalry and infantry, North Carolina, South Carolina, New Hampshire Volunteer Militia, Maryland, New York, UCV, etc. Some probably reproductions.

Lot: 1353 - CIVIL WAR, MILITARY, AND OTHER UNIFORM BUTTONS,

CIVIL WAR, MILITARY, AND OTHER UNIFORM BUTTONS, LOT OF 56, including Virginia, West Virginia, Georgia, and New Jersey.

Lot: 1354 - VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE (VMI) WOOL UNIFORM

VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE (VMI) WOOL UNIFORM, comprising a jacket with Waterbury Button Co. buttons and officer's stripes, and matching trousers, illegible label to jacket.

Lot: 1355 - CIVIL WAR UNION 1851 PATTERN WAIST BELT

CIVIL WAR UNION 1851 PATTERN WAIST BELT, complete with brass Eagle-Wreath plate, keeper, buckle, and hanging loop, no markings.

Lot: 1356 - ASSORTED MILITARY BELT BUCKLES AND PLATES, LOT OF

ASSORTED MILITARY BELT BUCKLES AND PLATES, LOT OF TEN, including a US Eagle marked for Pettibone Brothers, other post-war and reproduction examples.

Lot: 1357 - CIVIL WAR ERA MILITARY EPAULETS, TWO PAIR

CIVIL WAR ERA MILITARY EPAULETS, TWO PAIR, comprising a brass pair with overlapping scales, accompanying note indicates belonged to Captain Tom Chapman; and a pair of unmarked silver with fringe, one with period inscription "L. Lucas / Basse".

Lot: 1358 - CIVIL WAR ACCOUTREMENTS, LOT OF TWO

CIVIL WAR ACCOUTREMENTS, LOT OF TWO, stamped brass, comprising an Eagle break plate example, lacking hooks, excavated at Fredericksburg and a US waist belt plate example with lead-filed back, lacking hooks, excavated at Salem Church.

Lot: 1359 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR AND OTHER ACCOUTREMENTS, LOT OF

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR AND OTHER ACCOUTREMENTS, LOT OF FIVE, comprising a leather cap pouch marked for R. White sub inspector on outer flap and S. H. Young & Co. on inner flap; two leather belts; and two brass powder flasks, one embossed with a

Lot: 1360 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR EXCAVATED ACCOUTREMENTS, LOT OF

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR EXCAVATED ACCOUTREMENTS, LOT OF 12, including a possible pair of epaulettes, hat pin, and one spur lacking rowel.

Lot: 1361 - RICHMOND, VIRGINIA CONFEDERATE CIVIL WAR GLASS

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA CONFEDERATE CIVIL WAR GLASS TELEGRAPH INSULATORS, WASTER AND FRAGMENT, medium to deep blue green, threadless egg-style with medial rings and flat top. Richmond Glass Works / Virginia Glass Factory, Rocketts, Richmond, VA.

Lot: 1362 - CIVIL WAR ERA CASED CRANIUM TREPANNING KIT

CIVIL WAR ERA CASED CRANIUM TREPANNING KIT, hinged rosewood case with brass inlays, velvet fitted interior with original tools and accessories, no markings located.

Lot: 1363 - STATE OF MISSOURI CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY /

STATE OF MISSOURI CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTE, $1 with red overprint, No. 11811, printed on the back of unused sheets of Bank of Louisiana checks. January 1, 1862.

Lot: 1364 - ASSORTED GEORGIA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY /

ASSORTED GEORGIA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF 11, comprising eight State of Georgia, Milledgeville 5 cents to $2; Bank of Augusta 5 cents; Bank of the State of Georgia, Savannah 50 cents; and Augusta Savings Bank, $3. December 9, 1861,

Lot: 1365 - NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF

NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / PRIVATE SCRIPT NOTES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a 5 cents A. Henkel & Son, August 8, 1861 (PN20-04); 10 cents A. Henkel & Son, September 17, 1861 (PN20-16);

Lot: 1366 - ASSORTED CONFEDERATE STATES $100 CIVIL WAR

ASSORTED CONFEDERATE STATES $100 CIVIL WAR CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising Types 39, 40, and 41. June 26, 1862, October 6, 1862, October 29, 1862, and December 1, 1862.

Lot: 1367 - ASSORTED WINCHESTER, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA

ASSORTED WINCHESTER, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF 13, Corporation of Winchester, all different, ranging from 10 cents to $1. Various 1861, 1862, and 1867 dates.

Lot: 1368 - ASSORTED STAUNTON, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA

ASSORTED STAUNTON, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF SEVEN, The Central Bank of Virginia, all different, ranging from $1 to $50. April 4, 1860 and July 4, 1862.

Lot: 1369 - ASSORTED CONFEDERATE STATES $50 AND $100 CIVIL WAR

ASSORTED CONFEDERATE STATES $50 AND $100 CIVIL WAR CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising Types 8, 13, 14, and 16. July 25, 1861 and September 2, 1861.

Lot: 1370 - ASSORTED CONFEDERATE STATES $10 CIVIL WAR CURRENCY

ASSORTED CONFEDERATE STATES $10 CIVIL WAR CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF EIGHT, comprising Types 10, 22, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, and 30. July 25, 1861 and September 2, 1861.

Lot: 1371 - ASSORTED CONFEDERATE STATES $5, $2, AND $1 CIVIL

ASSORTED CONFEDERATE STATES $5, $2, AND $1 CIVIL WAR CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF TEN, comprising Types 31, 33, 34, 36, 37, 38, 42, 43, 44, and 45. September 2, 1861 and June 2, 1862.

Lot: 1372 - ASSORTED CONFEDERATE STATES CIVIL WAR CURRENCY /

ASSORTED CONFEDERATE STATES CIVIL WAR CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF TEN, comprising 50 cents, $1, $2, $5, $10, $20 (two), $50, and $100 (two). April 6, 1863.

Lot: 1373 - ASSORTED CONFEDERATE STATES CIVIL WAR CURRENCY /

ASSORTED CONFEDERATE STATES CIVIL WAR CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF TEN, comprising 50 cents through $500 (two). February 17, 1864.

Lot: 1374 - ASSORTED FLORIDA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY /

ASSORTED FLORIDA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF FIVE, comprising 10 cents (two variations), 25 cents, $1, and $5. January 1, 1862, February 2, 1863, and March 1, 1863.

Lot: 1375 - ASSORTED LOUISIANA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY /

ASSORTED LOUISIANA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF FIVE, comprising The Parish of St. Landry $1; The State of Louisiana $1 and $2, The Parish of Pointe Coupee $3, and The Parish of St. Mary $5. Various 1862 and 1864 dates, one not dated.

Lot: 1376 - ASSORTED NORTH CAROLINA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE

ASSORTED NORTH CAROLINA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF SEVEN, comprising six State of North Carolina, 5 cents through 75 cents and $3, and a 50 cents Greensboro Mutual Life Insurance and Trust Co. January 1, 1862 and January 1, 1863.

Lot: 1377 - ASSORTED TENNESSEE CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY /

ASSORTED TENNESSEE CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising three Bank of Chattanooga, two different $2 and $3, and Bank of Tennessee 50 cents. Various 1861, 1862, and 1863 dates.

Lot: 1378 - VIRGINIA TREASURY CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY /

VIRGINIA TREASURY CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF TWO, $50 and $100, each with red overprint. October 15, 1862.

Lot: 1379 - VIRGINIA TREASURY CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY /

VIRGINIA TREASURY CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF TWO, $5 and $10, each with green overprint. March 13, 1862 and October 15, 1862.

Lot: 1380 - VIRGINIA TREASURY CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY /

VIRGINIA TREASURY CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising $1, $5, $10, and $20, one with green and one with red overprint. July 15, 1861, October 15, 1861, and July 21, 1862.

Lot: 1381 - ASSORTED RICHMOND, VA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY

ASSORTED RICHMOND, VA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF EIGHT, comprising Corporation of Richmond 50 cents, $1, and $2; Bank of the Commonwealth $1.25, $4, and $5; Traders Bank $1; and Marmers Savings Bank 25 cents. Various 1861 and 1862

Lot: 1382 - ASSORTED VIRGINIA OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT

ASSORTED VIRGINIA OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF EIGHT, comprising Monticello Bank $1 and $2; Bank of Philippi two different $10; Bank of Howardsville $1 and $10; and Bank of Pittsylvania $1 and $5. Various 1859 and 1861 dates.

Lot: 1383 - ASSORTED VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY /

ASSORTED VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF TEN, comprising Corporation of Charlestown 10, 15, and 50 cents; County of Lunenburg 50 cents and $1; City of Lynchburg 30, 50, and 90 cents; Corporation of Fredericksburg $1; and County

Lot: 1384 - ASSORTED VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY /

ASSORTED VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF TEN, comprising City of Portsmouth 15, 25, and 50 cents, and two different $1; Town of Leesburg 12.5, 25, and 50 cents, and $1; and City of Petersburg $1. Various 1861 and 1862 dates.

Lot: 1385 - ASSORTED CONFEDERATE STATES CIVIL WAR CURRENCY /

ASSORTED CONFEDERATE STATES CIVIL WAR CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF SEVEN, comprising $1, $2, $5, $10 (two), $20, and $50. September 2, 1862, and December 2, 1862.

Lot: 1386 - ASSORTED ALABAMA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY /

ASSORTED ALABAMA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF EIGHT, comprising 5 cents through $50. January 1, 1863 and January 1, 1864.

Lot: 1387 - ASSORTED MISSISSIPPI CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY /

ASSORTED MISSISSIPPI CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF THREE, comprising $1, $2.50, and $3, each with blue overprint. November 1, 1862.

Lot: 1388 - ASSORTED SOUTH CAROLINA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE

ASSORTED SOUTH CAROLINA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF SIX, 5 cents to 75 cents, each with red and blue overprints. February 1, 1863.

Lot: 1389 - STATE OF TEXAS CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTE

STATE OF TEXAS CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTE, $5 Treasury Warrant with green overprint, No. 6642. March 24, 1862.

Lot: 1390 - ASSORTED RICHMOND, VA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY

ASSORTED RICHMOND, VA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF SIX, The City of Richmond, all different ranging from 10 cents to 75 cents. April 14, 1862. Together with a Southern Orphan Association $1 certificate, Richmond, VA 1867. Seven pieces

Lot: 1391 - VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / BANK NOTE

VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / BANK NOTE WITH WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA ADVERTISING OVERPRINT, $1 Virginia Treasury, Richmond, 1862, the back overprinted with "Confederate Memorial" verse above "Presented by HENRY SCHNEIDER, Manufacturer of Men's

Lot: 1392 - ASSORTED CONFEDERATE STATES $20 CIVIL WAR CURRENCY

ASSORTED CONFEDERATE STATES $20 CIVIL WAR CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF THREE, comprising Types 9, 18, and 20. July 25, 1861 and September 2, 1861.

Lot: 1393 - ASSORTED ARKANSAS CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY /

ASSORTED ARKANSAS CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF TWO, Arkansas Treasury Warrant $2 and $10. September 1, 1864 and April 11, 1862.

Lot: 1394 - ASSORTED STAUNTON, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA

ASSORTED STAUNTON, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF SIX, The County of Augusta, all different, ranging from 10 cents to $1. May 25, 1862.

Lot: 1395 - ASSORTED SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR

ASSORTED SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR OBSOLETE CURRENCY / NOTES, LOT OF FIVE, comprising 5 cents County of Rockingham; 25 cents County of Highland; 15 cents and 25 cents County of Shenandoah; and $1 Luray. Various 1861, 1862, and 1863

Lot: 1396 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE FRAMED CURRENCY, LOT OF

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE FRAMED CURRENCY, LOT OF THREE, one with $10 CSA note, $5 Virginia Treasury note, and 10 cents Confederate States stamp in a Victorian molded walnut frame; and two with single $10 CSA note. Together with a Lee/Jackson 4 cents US

Lot: 1397 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE BONDS AND RELATED ARTICLES,

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE BONDS AND RELATED ARTICLES, LOT OF FIVE, comprising an 1864 Charlottesville, VA $100 Bond Depositary receipt; 1864 Charleston, SC $400 Bond Depositary receipt issued to the Charleston & Savannah Railroad; 1864 Confederate

Lot: 1398 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE STATES BOND

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE STATES BOND, Confederate States of America one-thousand dollars ($1000) loan bond sheet, sixth series, issue date March 1, 1864, serial number 7427, six-percent return matures on July 1, 1894, complete with all 60 coupons. Evans

Lot: 1399 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE STATES BONDS, LOT OF THREE

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE STATES BONDS, LOT OF THREE, comprising $500, issue date September 8, 1862, serial number 72, eight-percent return matures on July 1, 1876, with 22 coupons intact; $500, issue date March 2, 1863, serial number 40861,

Lot: 1400 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE STATES BOND

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE STATES BOND, Confederate States of America one-hundred dollars ($100) loan bond sheet, issue date March 2, 1863, serial number 15131, seven-percent return matures on February 20, 1865, complete with all ten coupons and full

Lot: 1401 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE STATES BOND

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE STATES BOND, Confederate States of America one-hundred dollars ($100) loan bond sheet, issue date March 2, 1863, serial number 9249, eight-percent return matures on July 1, 1868, signed at lower right by Robert Tyler,

Lot: 1402 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE BONDS AND RELATED ARTICLES,

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE BONDS AND RELATED ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising an 1864 Confederate States $100 four-percent registered bond; 1862 Confederate States $2500 eight-percent bond; 1862 Confederate States $500 eight-percent loan bond; and an

Lot: 1403 - CONFEDERATE STATES CIVIL WAR BONDS, LOT OF TWO

CONFEDERATE STATES CIVIL WAR BONDS, LOT OF TWO, comprising a $100 seven per cent loan bond issued February 20th, 1863 with nine coupons attached, and a $100 six per cent non-taxable certificate, no. 6968, issued February 17th, 1864 to John

Lot: 1404 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR COINS AND STAMPS, LOT OF 15

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR COINS AND STAMPS, LOT OF 15, comprising seven unused Confederate postage stamps, and eight US coins including 1861 silver dime, 1861-1865 Indian Head pennies, and 1864 and 1865 two-cent pieces. Together with a 1925 Stone Mountain

Lot: 1405 - UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS (UCV), MOBILE, ALABAMA

UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS (UCV), MOBILE, ALABAMA SOUTHERN RAILWAY POSTER / BROADSIDE, lithograph on paper, for the 20th reunion, April 26-28, 1910, with central image of Robert E. Lee. Together with its original Southern Express Co. envelope

Lot: 1406 - CIVIL WAR GETTYSBURG 1913 REUNION BADGE AND RIBBON

CIVIL WAR GETTYSBURG 1913 REUNION BADGE AND RIBBON, Virginia delegate, badge with Robert E. Lee portrait. The Whitehead & Hoage Co., Newark, NJ.

Lot: 1407 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE LAUREL BRIGADE SAMPLE

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE LAUREL BRIGADE SAMPLE PAMPHLET, "Specimen Extracts. History of the Laurel Brigade. A Sketch of Confederate Life and Warfare, By Wm. N. McDonald, Principal Shenandoah University School, Berryville, Clarke County, VA. Cloth,

Lot: 1408 - CIVIL WAR VIRGINIA UCV 1913 REUNION BADGES AND

CIVIL WAR VIRGINIA UCV 1913 REUNION BADGES AND RIBBONS, LOT OF TWO, each for the 26th Annual Reunion, Grand Camp, Confederate Veterans of Virginia, Roanoke, VA, Sept. 17-19, 1913, badge at top with depiction of Crystal Spring, one ribbon with

Lot: 1409 - CIVIL WAR UCV REUNION BADGES, LOT OF TWO

CIVIL WAR UCV REUNION BADGES, LOT OF TWO, first for 22nd Reunion, May 7-9, 1912, Macon, GA; second for June 4-7, 1917, Washington, DC. First by Whitehead & Hoag, Newark, NJ; second by Schwaab S & S Co., Milwaukie, WI.

Lot: 1410 - SOUTHERN HISTORY / CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE

SOUTHERN HISTORY / CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MANUSCRIPT LETTERS, LOT OF SIX, including one written to John F. Boyd, dated November 3, 1859, from his brother Stephen, referencing life in Charleston, SC and the mindset of the African American population

Lot: 1411 - CIVIL WAR AND OTHER PLATES, LOT OF TEN

CIVIL WAR AND OTHER PLATES, LOT OF TEN, belt and cartridge, including some period Union examples, the remainder reproductions.

Lot: 1412 - CONFEDERATE GENERALS PHOTOGRAVURE PRINT

CONFEDERATE GENERALS PHOTOGRAVURE PRINT, depicting Stonewall Jackson, Joseph E. Johnston, and Robert E. Lee, signed "Copyright by Anderson, N.Y., 1892" lower right. Archival framed with Museum Glass, in period oak frame. D. H. Anderson, New York

Lot: 1413 - CURRIER & IVES CIVIL WAR HISTORICAL PRINTS, LOT OF

CURRIER & IVES CIVIL WAR HISTORICAL PRINTS, LOT OF THREE, titled "BATTLE OF WILLIAMSBURG VA MAY 5th 1962.", "THE BATTLE OF SPOTTSYLVANIA, VA MAY 12th 1864.", and "THE BATTLE OF MALVERN HILL, VA JULY 1st 1862." Each housed under glass in old,

Lot: 1414 - CIVIL WAR MANASSAS REUNION BADGES AND RIBBONS, LOT

CIVIL WAR MANASSAS REUNION BADGES AND RIBBONS, LOT OF TWO, for the Fiftieth Anniversary of the First Battle of Manassas, National Jubilee of Peace, July 21, 1911. First being an original issue, second being a Commemorative issue, September 24, 1983.

Lot: 1415 - CIVIL WAR MANASSAS REUNION BADGES AND RIBBONS, LOT

CIVIL WAR MANASSAS REUNION BADGES AND RIBBONS, LOT OF TWO, first for UCV Reunion, Washington, DC, June 5-7, 1917, ribbon for the Virginia, Manassas-Ewell Camp No. 16 C. V.; second for the Fiftieth Anniversary of the First Battle of Manassas, National

Lot: 1416 - CIVIL WAR UNION ARCHIVAL MATERIALS, LOT OF 21

CIVIL WAR UNION ARCHIVAL MATERIALS, LOT OF 21, including a closing autograph of General Joseph Hooker, a handwritten list from Capt. Luther Lawrence, 11th Maine Volunteers, Co. H, recording items of clothing that "cannot be accounted for this 30th

Lot: 1417 - CIVIL WAR COPPER TOKENS, LOT OF 36

CIVIL WAR COPPER TOKENS, LOT OF 36, various issues, most dated 1863, including Andrew Jackson "BEWARE".

Lot: 1418 - CIVIL WAR BATTLE OF MISSIONARY RIDGE PRINT

CIVIL WAR BATTLE OF MISSIONARY RIDGE PRINT, lithograph on paper, titled "CARRYING THE HIGHTS OF MISSION RIDGE, / November 25th, 1863.", Middleton, Strobridge & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, 1864. Housed under glass in possibly original frame.

Lot: 1419 - AMERICAN ROSEWOOD VALUABLES BOX WITH CIVIL WAR

AMERICAN ROSEWOOD VALUABLES BOX WITH CIVIL WAR ASSOCIATION, hinged lid revealing a lift-out tray above an open compartment, brass-bound corners. Accompanying typed note indicates this box was made from wood taken from the Chesapeake Military Hospital

Lot: 1420 - CIVIL WAR HISTORICAL COLORED LITHOGRAPH

CIVIL WAR HISTORICAL COLORED LITHOGRAPH, titled "LIEUT. GEN. THOMAS J. JACKSON AND HIS FAMILY / "Stonewall Jackson" ", engraved by William Sartain. Housed under glass in a modern frame.

Lot: 1421 - VIRGINIA MILITARY ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO

VIRGINIA MILITARY ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, comprising a wreath buckle and a kepi with state seal buttons.

Lot: 1422 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR AND OTHER ARTICLES, UNCOUNTED

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR AND OTHER ARTICLES, UNCOUNTED LOT, including insignia, minie balls, etc.

Lot: 1423 - CIVIL WAR VIRGINIA UCV REUNION RIBBONS, LOT OF TWO

CIVIL WAR VIRGINIA UCV REUNION RIBBONS, LOT OF TWO, first for the Sixth Annual Reunion and Laying Corner-Stone of Monument to President Jefferson Davis at Richmond, June 30th, July 1st & 2nd, 1896; second for Winchester Camp No. 4, Winchester,

Lot: 1424 - GUSTAVUS RICHARD BROWN HORNER (VIRGINIA,

GUSTAVUS RICHARD BROWN HORNER (VIRGINIA, 1804-1892) OWNED MEDICINE BOX, wooden box with paper covering, canvas hinged lid, writing to base of "[illegible] / G. R. B. Horner [...] / March [...]th 1860". Together with ten packages of medicine,

Lot: 1425 - CIVIL WAR UCV SOUTHERN CROSS OF HONOR BADGE

CIVIL WAR UCV SOUTHERN CROSS OF HONOR BADGE, United Daughters of the Confederacy to the U.C.V, red ribbon backing. Together with an 1883 Woman's Relief Corps cross. Two pieces total.

Lot: 1426 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE COMMEMORATIVE

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE COMMEMORATIVE STATUES, LOT OF FIVE, including an Alva Museum Replicas plaster copy of Robert E. Lee bust, an Esco Products plaster bust of Stonewall Jackson, and a Tom Clark "Confederate Soldier / 1861-1865" statue.

Lot: 1427 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE TURNER ASHBY PICTURE

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE TURNER ASHBY PICTURE, central depiction of Ashby on his horse surrounded by a gilt border below hand-painted flags, with sabers and "Genl. Turner Ashby." below. Housed under glass in a later gilded frame.

Lot: 1428 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR OFFICERS PRINTS, LOT OF SEVEN

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR OFFICERS PRINTS, LOT OF SEVEN, steel engraving, hand-colored engraving, etc., comprising General Ambrose P. Hill, John Singleton Mosby, John Hunt Morgan, Nathan Bedford Forrest, Joseph E. Johnson, and John Hooker. Each housed under

Lot: 1429 - CIVIL WAR UCV REUNION RIBBONS, LOT OF TWO

CIVIL WAR UCV REUNION RIBBONS, LOT OF TWO, first for Entertainment committee, UDC, Confederate Veterans Reunion, June 4-8, 1917, Washington, DC; second for Delegate UCV, 33rd Annual Reunion, New Orleans, LA, April 11-13, 1923.

Lot: 1430 - ASSORTED ROBERT E. LEE COMMEMORATIVE STATUES, LOT

ASSORTED ROBERT E. LEE COMMEMORATIVE STATUES, LOT OF SEVEN, including an Alva Museum Replicas plaster copy of Moses Ezekiel bust, a Triune Italian alabaster bust, and a Sebastian miniature of Lee and Traveler.

Lot: 1431 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE PORTRAIT PRINTS, LOT OF TWO

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE PORTRAIT PRINTS, LOT OF TWO, lithograph on paper, depicting Robert E. Lee and Jefferson Davis, both with facsimile signature below bust. Housed and matted under glass in matching period molded walnut frames.

Lot: 1432 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE PRINT

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE PRINT, chromolithograph on paper, "LEE AND HIS GENERALS", W. B. Graham Co., Washington, DC, 1907. Housed and matted under glass in a modern frame.

Lot: 1433 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE PRINTS, LOT OF SIX

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE PRINTS, LOT OF SIX, including J. C. Buttre steel engraving, "Confederate Generals", 1864; and an unsigned ink and watercolor drawing of Stonewall Jackson. Each housed under glass in various frames.

Lot: 1434 - CIVIL WAR GENERAL THOMAS J. "STONEWALL" JACKSON

CIVIL WAR GENERAL THOMAS J. "STONEWALL" JACKSON PRINTS, LOT OF TWO, steel engravings on paper, one titled and with facsimile signature. Each housed and matted under glass in period frame, one being molded walnut with gilt liner.

Lot: 1435 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH C.) CIVIL

AMERICAN SCHOOL (LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH C.) CIVIL WAR PAINTING, oil on canvas, depicting a soldier at the graves of two family members, derelict cabin to left, sunset in background with cross in the sky, unsigned. Together with a needlework picture.

Lot: 1436 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR LOOSE PRINTS, UNCOUNTED LOT

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR LOOSE PRINTS, UNCOUNTED LOT, steel engravings, chromolithographs, etc., including "Last of the Wooden Navy", many Robert E. Lee, etc.

Lot: 1437 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR COMMEMORATIVE CERAMIC WHISKEY

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR COMMEMORATIVE CERAMIC WHISKEY BOTTLES / FIGURES, LOT OF SIX, including two Stonewall Jackson, J.E.B. Stuart with original box, and Jefferson Davis, three for McCormick Distilling Co., 1863 Cavalry figure marked for Lefton China.

Lot: 1438 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR ERA EPHEMERA, LOT OF THREE

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR ERA EPHEMERA, LOT OF THREE, comprising a Matthew Brady stereoview, a Harper's Weekly "COMPANY OF SECESSION CAVALRY SURRENDERING TO COLONEL WILCOX, OF THE FIRST MICHIGAN REGIMENT, IN FRONT OF THE SLAVE-PEN AT ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA.

Lot: 1439 - CURRIER & IVES CIVIL WAR HISTORICAL PRINT

CURRIER & IVES CIVIL WAR HISTORICAL PRINT, titled "BATTLE OF CHANCELLORSVILLE, VA. MAY, 3rd 1863." Housed and matted under glass in a modern frame, with label on back "C. DUNCAN CONNELLY / THIRTEENTH COLONY ARTS, INC.".

Lot: 1440 - CIVIL WAR HISTORICAL PRINTS, LOT OF FOUR

CIVIL WAR HISTORICAL PRINTS, LOT OF FOUR, comprising "DEATH OF GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE", by Currier & Ives, "THE GENERALS OF THE CONFEDERATE ARMY", by F. Bourquin, and prints depicting Jefferson Davis and Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln example was

Lot: 1441 - CIVIL WAR ERA ARTICLES, LOT OF SEVEN

CIVIL WAR ERA ARTICLES, LOT OF SEVEN, comprising a brass and iron bleeder, and five scalpels, and an optical device. Together with an instrument stamped "PATENTED/ K & D / JULY 10, 1900.". Eight pieces total.

Lot: 1442 - CIVIL WAR RELATED COMMEMORATIVE AND OTHER

CIVIL WAR RELATED COMMEMORATIVE AND OTHER ARTICLES, UNCOUNTED LOT, including Medallic Art Company high-relief bronze Hall of Fame medallions of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson with original boxes and certificates, other medallions, assorted

Lot: 1443 - ASSORTED ROBERT E. LEE PRINTS, LOT OF THREE

ASSORTED ROBERT E. LEE PRINTS, LOT OF THREE, including a lithograph and a hand-colored example. Housed under glass in period frames.

Lot: 1444 - ASSORTED ROBERT E. LEE PRINTS, LOT OF FOUR

ASSORTED ROBERT E. LEE PRINTS, LOT OF FOUR, comprising three steel engravings and a lithograph. Housed under glass in period frames.

Lot: 1445 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR PRINTS, LOT OF THREE

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR PRINTS, LOT OF THREE, lithographs on paper, comprising Currier & Ives, "THE LINCOLN FAMILY", 1867; J. H. Bufford, "RECRUITING IN BOSTON, 1862 - Headquarters of the Recruiting Committee / Flagstaff Hill Boston Common", 1862; and

Lot: 1446 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE PRINTS, LOT OF

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE PRINTS, LOT OF THREE, comprising "The Last Meeting of Lee and Jackson" after Everett B. D. Julio (1843-1879), and three-quarter portraits of Lee and Jackson after John Adams Elder (American, 1833-1895). Each framed

Lot: 1447 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE FLAGS PRINTS, LOT OF THREE

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE FLAGS PRINTS, LOT OF THREE, comprising National Photograph Co. engraving, "The Warrior's Banner Takes It's Flight To Great The Warrior's Soul", 1867; Baylor PFC, "The Flags of the Confederacy", 1961; and Wilton & Koontz,

Lot: 1448 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR PRINTS, LOT OF FOUR

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR PRINTS, LOT OF FOUR, color lithographs, including "On the Eve of Gettysburg - General Lee Directing the Battle" and "Col. John. S. Mosby, C.S.A.". Each housed under glass in various frames.

Lot: 1449 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR FRAMED ARTICLES, LOT OF NINE

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR FRAMED ARTICLES, LOT OF NINE, including a pencil a graphite, colored pencil, and watercolor drawing; and an ink on Bristol paper drawing of a Union soldier, titled "We've come to stay." lower left and a signed "A.C.R. '86" lower

Lot: 1450 - CIVIL WAR EPHEMERA, LOT OF 53

CIVIL WAR EPHEMERA, LOT OF 53, including thirteen steel engravings primarily featuring Union generals, 16 official U.S. Army photograph copies and 16 postcards, each featuring people and places relating to the war.

Lot: 1451 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR COMMEMORATIVE ARTICLES, LOT OF

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR COMMEMORATIVE ARTICLES, LOT OF 23, including eight Fischer Pewter, Richmond, VA ornaments on a ribbon, two Adams Staffordshire, England transferware plates, etc.

Lot: 1452 - CIVIL WAR HISTORICAL REPRODUCTION PRINT

CIVIL WAR HISTORICAL REPRODUCTION PRINT, lithograph on laid paper, titled "Extract of Military Map of N.E. Virginia; Showing Forts and Roads' Engineer Bureau War Dept., 1865", featuring a detailed map along the Potomac River with Washington, DC

Lot: 1453 - GEORGE M. NEESE (1839-1921), NEW MARKET,

GEORGE M. NEESE (1839-1921), NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA ARCHIVES, uncounted lot, including his hand-written manuscript for "Three Years in the Confederate Horse Artillery" published in 1911 by Neale Pub. Co.; many letters relating to

Lot: 1454 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE AND UNION ATLAS

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE AND UNION ATLAS, Capt. Calvin D. Cowles compiler, "Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies." Published Under the Direction of the Hons. Redfield Proctor, Stephen B. Elkins, and Daniel S.

Lot: 1455 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE, PVT. D. C. NEER, OAKLAND

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE, PVT. D. C. NEER, OAKLAND GUARDS, TEXAS MANUSCRIPT LETTERS, LOT OF TWO, three-page ink and one page ink on lined paper, comprising a letter to his mother dated October 31, 1861, referencing "a considerable battle fought at

Lot: 1456 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE ASSISTANT SURGEON JOHN

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE ASSISTANT SURGEON JOHN WILLIAM CHAMBLIN ARCHIVAL MATERIAL, LOT OF TWO, comprising a letter dated April 3, 1863, referencing the "favorable" appointment of "Dr. John Wm Chamblin" as "Asst: Surgeon" by "the Army Medical Branch",

Lot: 1457 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE RECEIPTS / INVOICE, LOT OF

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE RECEIPTS / INVOICE, LOT OF THREE, comprising two receipts dated December 31, 1861 and May 23, 1863, between Virginia Military Institute (V.M.I.) and P.S. Roller, and an invoice dated June 30th, 1864, Petersburg, VA, listing

Lot: 1458 - CIVIL WAR EPHEMERA, LOT OF SEVEN

CIVIL WAR EPHEMERA, LOT OF SEVEN, including a printed soldier's ticket from Charlotte to Raleigh via the North Carolina Rail Road; a cancelled Jefferson Davis 10-cent stamp on envelope addressed to "Mrs. Eliza F. Vaughun / Petersburg / Va", and an

Lot: 1459 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE PRINTED ARCHIVAL MATERIAL,

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE PRINTED ARCHIVAL MATERIAL, LOT OF TEN, including two receipts for payment of taxes in 1861 and 1863 by Thomas F. Harris, Augusts County; invoice of ordnance stores including 45 10" mortar shells and 100 10" mortar fuses, being

Lot: 1460 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE PRISONERS PAMPHLET,

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE PRISONERS PAMPHLET, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA IMPRINT, "Prison Life During the Rebellion. Being a Brief Narrative of the Miseries and Sufferings of Six Hundred Confederate Prisoners Sent from Fort Delaware to Morris' Island

Lot: 1461 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE 7TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE 7TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY MANUSCRIPT LETTER, three-page ink on lined paper, from "Camp of the 7th Va. Cavalry", from Captain A.C. Lincoln, Co. I, 7th Va. Cavalry, Content being a statement by "Horatio Loker" concerning the

Lot: 1462 - CIVIL WAR WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA PERSONAL INVITATION

CIVIL WAR WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA PERSONAL INVITATION, dated April 3, 1863, from Mark L. DeMotte (1832-1908) to Miss Mary Jackson, being an invitation to go on an evening ride, with original orange envelope.

Lot: 1463 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE BOOKLETS /

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE BOOKLETS / PAMPHLETS, LOT OF 13, including Henderson, "Review of General James Longstreet's Book", (nd); Peavey, "Confederate Scout, Virginia's Frank Stringfellow", #167/1000, 1956; Avery, "Memorial Address on Life and

Lot: 1464 - CIVIL WAR PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY TEN VOLUME SET

CIVIL WAR PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY TEN VOLUME SET, featuring "The Photographic History of The Civil War in Ten Volumes", Francis Trevelyan Miller Editor-In-Chief, Semi-Centennial Memorial Edition, New York: The Review of Reviews Co., 1911. Original

Lot: 1465 - CIVIL WAR MILITIA MANUAL CONFEDERATE IMPRINT

CIVIL WAR MILITIA MANUAL CONFEDERATE IMPRINT VOLUME, William Gilham, "Manual of Instruction for the Volunteers and Militia of the Confederate States", Richmond: West & Johnston, 1861, with five folding plates. Original blind-stamped hard cover,

Lot: 1466 - CIVIL WAR SOUTH CAROLINA CONFEDERATE SOLDIER OWNED

CIVIL WAR SOUTH CAROLINA CONFEDERATE SOLDIER OWNED VOLUME, "The Poetical Works of Alfred Tennyson", Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1860", period ink inscription "Dibble, / Edisto Rifles, / 1st Regt. S.C.V. / 1861" on fly leaf, large "Dibble" inscribed

Lot: 1467 - CIVIL WAR HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 17

CIVIL WAR HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 17, including Abbott, "The History of the Civil War in America", Volumes I & II, New York: Henry Bill, 1863 & 1866; Crafts, "The Southern Rebellion", Volumes I & II, Boston: Samuel Walker & Co., 1867;

Lot: 1468 - CIVIL WAR WOMEN'S STUDIES VOLUMES, LOT OF FOUR

CIVIL WAR WOMEN'S STUDIES VOLUMES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising Underwood, "The Women of the Confederacy", The Neale Publishing Co., 1906; ed. Rowland and Croxall, "The Journal of Julia LeGrand", Everett Waddey Co., 1911; Dawson, "A Confederate Girl's

Lot: 1469 - CIVIL WAR ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA DOLES-COOK

CIVIL WAR ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA DOLES-COOK BRIGADE VOLUME, Thomas (Twelfth Georgia Regiment), "History of the Doles-Cook Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia, C.S.A.", Atlanta: The Franklin Printing and Publishing Co., 1903. Hardcover.

Lot: 1470 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MEMOIR VOLUMES, LOT OF NINE

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MEMOIR VOLUMES, LOT OF NINE, including ed. Johnson, "A Memoir of the Life and Public Service of Joseph E. Johnston", Baltimore: R.H. Woodward & Co., 1891, signed presentation by editor; Burch, "Charles W. Quantrell: A True

Lot: 1471 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MEMOIR VOLUMES, LOT OF FOUR

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MEMOIR VOLUMES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising Alexander, "Military Memoirs of a Confederate: A Critical Narrative", New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1907, signed presentation by author; Gilmor, "Four Years in the Saddle", New York:

Lot: 1472 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MOSBY'S RANGERS MEMOIR

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MOSBY'S RANGERS MEMOIR VOLUMES, LOT OF TWO, comprising Scott, "Partisan Life with Col. John S. Mosby", New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1867 and Munson, "Reminiscences of a Mosby Guerrilla", New York: Moffat, Yard

Lot: 1473 - CIVIL WAR VIRGINIA BATTLES / CAMPAIGNS VOLUMES,

CIVIL WAR VIRGINIA BATTLES / CAMPAIGNS VOLUMES, LOT OF SIX, including Baylor, "Bull Run to Bull Run or Four Years in the Army of Northern Virginia", Richmond: B.F. Johnson Publishing Co., 1900, signed by author; Ashby, "The Valley Campaigns", New

Lot: 1474 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MEMOIR VOLUMES, LOT OF FIVE

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MEMOIR VOLUMES, LOT OF FIVE, including "Southern Historical Society Papers, New Series - Number V, Part I - With Stonewall Jackson, Part II - Jackson's Valley Campaign", Richmond: B.F. Johnson Publishing Co., 1920; Collins, "Tom

Lot: 1475 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MEMOIR VOLUMES, LOT OF FOUR

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MEMOIR VOLUMES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising Sorrel, "Recollections of a Confederate Staff Officer", 1917; Alexander, "Mosby's Men", 1907; O'Ferrall, "Forty Years of Active Service", 1904; and Stiles, "Four Years Under Marse Robert",

Lot: 1476 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MEMOIR VOLUMES, LOT OF EIGHT

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MEMOIR VOLUMES, LOT OF EIGHT, including Moore, "The Story of a Cannoneer Under Stonewall Jackson", second edition, Lynchburg: J.P. Bell Co., 1910; By a Confederate, "The Grayjackets: and How They Lived, Fought and Died, For

Lot: 1477 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MILITARY UNIT VOLUMES, LOT

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MILITARY UNIT VOLUMES, LOT OF 12, including Brown, "The University Greys", Richmond: Garrett and Massie, 1940; Izlar, "Edisto Rifles", Columbia: The State Co., 1914; and Simpson, "Hood's Texas Brigade", Waco: Texian Press, 1970.

Lot: 1478 - CIVIL WAR HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 12

CIVIL WAR HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 12, including Hunter, "Johnny Reb and Billy Yank", New York: The Neale Publishing Co., 1905; "Under Both Flags: An Illustrated Story of the Great Civil War", Chicago: Wabash Publishing House, 1896; and Quad, "Field,

Lot: 1479 - CIVIL WAR HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 14

CIVIL WAR HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 14, including Foote, "The Civil War: A Narrative", three volumes, New York: Random House, 1958-1974; United States Military Academy, "Campaign Atlas to the American Civil War", second edition, 1980; Warner, "Generals

Lot: 1480 - CIVIL WAR ROBERT E. LEE VOLUMES, LOT OF 16

CIVIL WAR ROBERT E. LEE VOLUMES, LOT OF 16, including Shepherd, "Life of Robert Edward Lee", New York: The Neale Publishing Co., 1906, signed presentation by author; Lee, "Recollections and Letters of General Lee", New York: Doubleday, Page &

Lot: 1481 - CIVIL WAR WOMEN'S STUDIES VOLUMES, LOT OF 27

CIVIL WAR WOMEN'S STUDIES VOLUMES, LOT OF 27, including Wright, "A Southern Girl in '61: The War-Time Memories of a Confederate Senator's Daughter", New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, signed presentation by author; Beers, "Memories: A Record of

Lot: 1482 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE VIRGINIA MILITARY UNIT

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE VIRGINIA MILITARY UNIT VOLUMES, LOT OF EIGHT, including Driver, "The 1st and 2nd Rockbridge Artillery", second edition, 1987; Frye, "12th Virginia Cavalry", 1988; and Armstrong "7th Virginia Cavalry", 1992, each printed by H.E.

Lot: 1483 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE VIRGINIA MILITARY UNIT

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE VIRGINIA MILITARY UNIT VOLUMES, LOT OF 15, including Beale, "History of the Ninth Virginia Cavalry", Amissville: American Fundamentalist, 1981, Limited edition #177 of 350; "History of 17th Virginia Infantry C.S.A.", Arlington:

Lot: 1484 - CIVIL WAR FIREARMS, UNIFORMS, AND ASSORTED

CIVIL WAR FIREARMS, UNIFORMS, AND ASSORTED REFERENCE VOLUMES, LOT OF 25, including Albaugh and Stewart, "The Original Confederate Colt", New York: Greenberg, 1953, signed presentation by author; Albaugh, "Confederate Faces: A Pictorial Review" and

Lot: 1485 - CIVIL WAR ASSORTED SOUTHERN / MIDWESTERN BATTLE

CIVIL WAR ASSORTED SOUTHERN / MIDWESTERN BATTLE VOLUMES, LOT OF SEVEN, including Foote, "Shiloh: A Novel", New York: The Dial Press, 1952; ed. Lindsley, "The Military Annals of Tennessee. Confederate. First Series: Embracing a Review of Military

Lot: 1486 - MINNESOTA / ILLINOIS HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF FIVE

MINNESOTA / ILLINOIS HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF FIVE, including Winchell, Neill, Williams, and Bryant, "History of the Upper Mississippi Valley", Minneapolis: Minnesota Historical Co., 1881; The Board of Commissioners, "Minnesota in the Civil and Indian

Lot: 1487 - CIVIL WAR PRISON VOLUMES, LOT OF EIGHT

CIVIL WAR PRISON VOLUMES, LOT OF EIGHT, including Knauss, "Story of Camp Chase: A History of Confederate Prisons and Cemeteries", Nashville and Dallas: South Smith & Lamar, 1906, signed presentation by author; Kellogg, "Life and Death in Rebel

Lot: 1488 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE CURRENCY AND STAMP VOLUMES,

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE CURRENCY AND STAMP VOLUMES, LOT OF 23, including Affleck, "The Obsolete Paper Money of Virginia", Vol. I and II, The Virginia Numismatic Assoc., 1968, Limited editions #356 and #368 of 1000, signed presentation by author; Dietz,

Lot: 1489 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MEMOIR / BIOGRAPHY VOLUMES,

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MEMOIR / BIOGRAPHY VOLUMES, LOT OF 16, including Hood, "Advance and Retreat: Personal Experiences in the United States and Confederate States Armies", Philadelphia: Burk and M'Fetridge, 1880; ed. Russell, "The Memoirs of Colonel

Lot: 1490 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF THREE, comprising Young, "Confederate Wizards of the Saddle", Boston: Chapple Publishing Co., Ltd., 1914, signed by the author; Murray, "The Immortal Six Hundred", Roanoke: The Stone Printing and

Lot: 1491 - CIVIL WAR UNION / UNITED STATES HISTORY VOLUMES,

CIVIL WAR UNION / UNITED STATES HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 24, including Hadley, "Seven Months A Prisoner", New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1898; ed. Lanman, "Journal of Alfred Ely, A Prisoner of War in Richmond", New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1862;

Lot: 1492 - CIVIL WAR HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 17

CIVIL WAR HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 17, including Pollard, "Southern History of the War", Volumes I to III, New York: Charles B. Richardson, 1862-1865; Richardson, "A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Confederacy", Volumes I & II,

Lot: 1493 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE STONEWALL JACKSON VOLUMES,

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE STONEWALL JACKSON VOLUMES, LOT OF TEN, including Addey, "The Life and Military Career of Thomas Jonathan Jackson", New York: Charles T. Evans, 1863; Anderson, "Notes on the Life of Stonewall Jackson", London: Hugh Rees, Ltd.,

Lot: 1494 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE STONEWALL JACKSON VOLUMES,

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE STONEWALL JACKSON VOLUMES, LOT OF 19, including Wayland, "Stonewall Jackson's Way", Staunton: The McClure Printing Co., 1956, Second edition; Adams, "Stonewall", New York: E.P. Dutton, 1931; Hinkins, "Stonewall's Courier", New

Lot: 1495 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 13

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 13, including Confederate Memorial Literary Society, ed. Garber, "In Memoriam Sempiternam", Richmond: Confederate Museum, 1896; "Catalogue of the Confederate Museum", Richmond: Ware & Duke, 1905

Lot: 1496 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE JEFFERSON DAVIS VOLUMES, LOT

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE JEFFERSON DAVIS VOLUMES, LOT OF 13, including From Authentic Sources, "Life and Imprisonment of Jefferson Davis", New York: M. Doolady, 1866; Craven, "Prison Life of Jefferson Davis", New York: Carleton, 1866; Davis, "Jefferson

Lot: 1497 - CIVIL WAR ROBERT E. LEE VOLUME

CIVIL WAR ROBERT E. LEE VOLUME, Walter H. Taylor, "General Lee, His Campaigns in Virginia 1861-1865 with Personal Reminiscences", For Sale by the Nusbaum Book and News Company, Norfolk, Virginia, Brooklyn: Braunworth & Co., 1906. Eight maps,

Lot: 1498 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE INFANTRY VOLUME

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE INFANTRY VOLUME, George Wise, "History of the Seventeenth Virginia Infantry C.S.A.", Baltimore: Kelly, Piet & Company, 1870. Original gilt-stamped hardcover and spine.

Lot: 1499 - CIVIL WAR AND ASSOCIATED FICTIONAL VOLUMES, LOT OF

CIVIL WAR AND ASSOCIATED FICTIONAL VOLUMES, LOT OF 19, comprising eight by John Esten Cooke, six by Thomas Nelson Page, Jr., three by Thomas Dixon, Jr., and two by Mary Johnston. Hardcover, one having dust jacket.

Lot: 1500 - CIVIL WAR SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA VOLUMES,

CIVIL WAR SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA VOLUMES, LOT OF TWO, comprising McDonald, "A Diary with Reminiscences of the War and Refugee Life in the Shenandoah Valley: 1860-1865", Cullom & Ghertner Co., 1934 and Hale, "Four Valiant Years in Lower

Lot: 1501 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE AND UNION MAPS,

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE AND UNION MAPS, APPROXIMATELY 42, from the "Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies." Some original printed paper wraps. Together with a Map of the Battlefield of Gettysburg From Original

Lot: 1502 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR BOOKLETS / PAMPHLETS,

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR BOOKLETS / PAMPHLETS, APPROXIMATELY 78, including Jones, "In Prison at Point Lookout", c. 1900; Hamilton, "The Dixie Jacket", 1935; and Howard ed., "If I am killed on this trip, I want my horse kept for my brother", the diary of

Lot: 1503 - ASSORTED CIVIL WAR BOOKLETS / PAMPHLETS / RESEARCH

ASSORTED CIVIL WAR BOOKLETS / PAMPHLETS / RESEARCH MATERIALS, uncounted lot, including a sheet of 32-cent US postage stamps, a reproduction of Lee's General Order Number Nine by Donnelley Deeptone Offset, 19th century magazine articles, photographs,

Lot: 1504 - CIVIL WAR FICTIONAL VOLUMES, LOT OF 49

CIVIL WAR FICTIONAL VOLUMES, LOT OF 49, including Margaret Mitchell's "Gone With the Wind," 1938 edition with dust jacket. Most hardcover with dust jackets.

Lot: 1505 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MEMOIR VOLUMES, LOT OF 22

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MEMOIR VOLUMES, LOT OF 22, including Blackford, "War Years with Jeb Stuart", Cooke, "Mohun", Robertson, "One of Jackson's Foot Cavalry", and Brown, "Stringfellow of the Fourth: The Amazing Career of the Most Successful

Lot: 1506 - CIVIL WAR ROBERT E. LEE VOLUMES, LOT OF 27

CIVIL WAR ROBERT E. LEE VOLUMES, LOT OF 27, including ed. Dowdey and Manarin, "The Wartime Papers of R.E. Lee", Boston: Little Brown and Co., 1961; Bond, "Memories of General Robert E. Lee", Baltimore: 1926; and Griswold, "The Spirit of Lee and

Lot: 1507 - CIVIL WAR ROBERT E. LEE VOLUMES, LOT OF 23

CIVIL WAR ROBERT E. LEE VOLUMES, LOT OF 23, including Dowdy, "Death of a Nation: The Story of Lee and His Men at Gettysburg", New York: Alfred a. Knopf, 1958, signed presentation by author; "Memorial Addresses on the Life and Character of William

Lot: 1508 - CIVIL WAR TIMES / ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE VOLUMES,

CIVIL WAR TIMES / ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE VOLUMES, LOT OF 21, comprising two bound Civil War Times volumes I and II-III (1959-1961). and 19 Civil War Times Illustrated volumes I-XXIII (1961-1985). Hardcover. Together with uncounted lot of Civil War

Lot: 1509 - CIVIL WAR GETTYSBURG AND ASSORTED NORTHERN BATTLES

CIVIL WAR GETTYSBURG AND ASSORTED NORTHERN BATTLES VOLUMES, LOT OF 17, including Jacobs, "Notes on the Rebel Invasion of Maryland and Pennsylvania and the Battle of Gettysburg", Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1864; Schneck, "The Burning of

Lot: 1510 - CIVIL WAR BUCKLES / PLATES AND BUTTONS REFERENCE

CIVIL WAR BUCKLES / PLATES AND BUTTONS REFERENCE VOLUMES, LOT OF SEVEN, including Albert, "Record of American Uniform and Historical Buttons", Boyertown: Boyertown Publishing Co., 1969, signed presentation by author; Gavin, "Accoutrement Plates,

Lot: 1511 - CIVIL WAR MEMOIR / BIOGRAPHY VOLUMES, LOT OF 24

CIVIL WAR MEMOIR / BIOGRAPHY VOLUMES, LOT OF 24, including Knapp, "The Confederate Horsemen", New York: Vantage Press, 1966, signed presentation by author; Jones, "Gray Ghosts and Rebel Raiders", New York: Henry Holt and Co., 1959, signed

Lot: 1512 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE BIOGRAPHY VOLUMES, LOT OF 16

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE BIOGRAPHY VOLUMES, LOT OF 16, including Mosby, "Stuart's Cavalry in the Gettysburg Campaign", New York: Moffat, Yard & Co., 1908; Wells, "Hampton and His Cavalry in '64", Richmond: B.F. Johnson Publishing Co., 1899; Holland,

Lot: 1513 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE FORREST BIOGRAPHY VOLUMES,

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE FORREST BIOGRAPHY VOLUMES, LOT OF SEVEN, including Jordan & Pryor, "The Campaigns of Lieut.-Gen. N.B. Forrest, and the Forrest's Cavalry", New Orleans: Blelock & Co., 1868; Wyeth, "Life of General Nathan Bedford

Lot: 1514 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MOSBY BIOGRAPHY / MOSBY'S

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MOSBY BIOGRAPHY / MOSBY'S RANGERS VOLUMES, LOT OF 11, including Crawford, "Mosby and His Men", New York: G.W. Carleton & Co., 1867; Williamson, "Mosby's Rangers: A Record of the Operations of the Forty-Third Battalion

Lot: 1515 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE BIOGRAPHY VOLUMES, LOT OF 19

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE BIOGRAPHY VOLUMES, LOT OF 19, including Eckenrode & Conrad, "James Longstreet: Lee's War Horse", Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1936; Bradford, "Confederate Portraits", Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.,

Lot: 1516 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE TURNER ASHBY VOLUMES, LOT OF

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE TURNER ASHBY VOLUMES, LOT OF SEVEN, including Avirett, "The Memoirs of General Turner Ashby and His Compeers", Baltimore: Selby & Dulany, 1867; McDonald, "A History of the Laurel Brigade", Baltimore: Kate S. McDonald, 1907;

Lot: 1517 - CIVIL WAR SMALL PRESS CONFEDERATE MEMOIR /

CIVIL WAR SMALL PRESS CONFEDERATE MEMOIR / BIOGRAPHY VOLUMES, LOT OF 24, including Ramey & Gott, "The Years of Anguish: Fauquier County, Virginia, 1861-1865", 1965, signed by Gott; ed. Younger, "Inside the Confederate Government: The Diary of

Lot: 1518 - CIVIL WAR VIRGINIA BATTLE VOLUMES, LOT OF 25

CIVIL WAR VIRGINIA BATTLE VOLUMES, LOT OF 25, including Neff, "Valley of the Shadow", Terre Haute: Rana Publications, 1989; "The Campaign from Texas to Maryland with the Battle of Fredericksburg", Austin: The Steck Co., 1961; Brice, "Conquest of a

Lot: 1519 - UNITED STATES MILITIA / ARMY INFANTRY TACTICS

UNITED STATES MILITIA / ARMY INFANTRY TACTICS VOLUMES, LOT OF TWO, comprising Department of War, "Abstract of Infantry Tactics; Including Exercises and Maneuvres of Light-Infantry and Rifleman; for the Use of the Militia of the United States",

Lot: 1520 - AMERICAN VIRGINIA HISTORY AND NUMISMATIC

AMERICAN VIRGINIA HISTORY AND NUMISMATIC PERIODICALS, UNCOUNTED LOT, including volumes of the "Virginia Cavalcade" from 1961-1991 and "The Virginia Numismatist" from the late 1960s/1970s.

Lot: 1521 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 22

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 22, including Henry, "The Story of the Confederacy", Garden City: Garden City Publishing Co., 1931; Dickinson, "Confederate Leaders", Staunton: McClure Co., 1937; and Henry, "The Story of Reconstruction",

Lot: 1522 - CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MOSBY'S RANGERS ARTICLES,

CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE MOSBY'S RANGERS ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, comprising an official program from the "REUNION OF MOSBY'S MEN" held at Clarendon, VA from June 4-6, 1926, hosted by the Arlington Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, and a

Lot: 1523 - CIVIL WAR HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 11

CIVIL WAR HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 11, including Johnston, "Narrative of Military Operations, Directed, During the Late War Between the States", New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1874; Jones, "A Rebel War Clerk's Diary", Vol. I and II, Philadelphia: J.B.

Lot: 1524 - NATIVE AMERICAN STONE GORGET

NATIVE AMERICAN STONE GORGET, fossiliferous limestone with two drilled holes, found in Bracken Co., KY.

Lot: 1525 - NATIVE AMERICAN STONE ADZE

NATIVE AMERICAN STONE ADZE, blade with grooved edge, from western Virginia or North Carolina.

Lot: 1526 - NATIVE AMERICAN THREE-QUARTER GROOVED STONE AXE

NATIVE AMERICAN THREE-QUARTER GROOVED STONE AXE, made of red hematite stone, found in Missouri.

Lot: 1527 - VIRGINIA NATIVE AMERICAN GREENSTONE CELTS, LOT OF

VIRGINIA NATIVE AMERICAN GREENSTONE CELTS, LOT OF TWO, found near Narrows, Giles Co., VA in the 1960s by Paul Meyer, possibly made by the same stone worker.

Lot: 1528 - NATIVE AMERICAN STONE PENDANT

NATIVE AMERICAN STONE PENDANT, banded slate in several shades of red, grey, and brown, found on Prospect Hill in Tunkhannock, PA by J. Evans.

Lot: 1529 - NATIVE AMERICAN STONE POINTS, LOT OF 12

NATIVE AMERICAN STONE POINTS, LOT OF 12, with river patina, found in river near the Georgia/Florida border.

Lot: 1530 - NATIVE AMERICAN STONE POINTS / BLADES, LOT OF 13

NATIVE AMERICAN STONE POINTS / BLADES, LOT OF 13, found near the Georgia/Florida border.

Lot: 1531 - NATIVE AMERICAN STONE POINTS, LOT OF 12

NATIVE AMERICAN STONE POINTS, LOT OF 12, comprising a large Savannah River-type found in Hanover Co., VA and 11 small examples found in Hancock, Co., TN.

Lot: 1532 - NATIVE AMERICAN STONE POINTS AND RELATED

NATIVE AMERICAN STONE POINTS AND RELATED ARTIFACTS, LOT OF 13, comprising a large quartzite Cobbs Triangular-type knife found in Rappahannock Co., VA, an Adena-type blade found in Iowa, a gorget and four projectile points found in Tennessee, a Paleo

Lot: 1533 - NATIVE AMERICAN STONE CELTS, LOT OF FOUR

NATIVE AMERICAN STONE CELTS, LOT OF FOUR, comprising three examples found in east Tennessee including one greenstone and one speckled granite, and one example found in Halifax Co., Tennessee.

Lot: 1534 - NATIVE AMERICAN STONE CELT

NATIVE AMERICAN STONE CELT, found in Sullivan Co., TN.

Lot: 1535 - NATIVE AMERICAN HOURGLASS BANNERSTONE

NATIVE AMERICAN HOURGLASS BANNERSTONE, speckled hardstone in yellow, grey, amber, and dark red-brown colors. Found in Michigan.

Lot: 1536 - NATIVE AMERICAN STONE POINTS, LOT OF SIX

NATIVE AMERICAN STONE POINTS, LOT OF SIX, including an Alachua-type and three Hillsborough-types, found in Georgia near Florida border.

Lot: 1537 - NATIVE AMERICAN SOAPSTONE ARTIFACTS, LOT OF SIX

NATIVE AMERICAN SOAPSTONE ARTIFACTS, LOT OF SIX, comprising three gorget, two likely throwing stick weights, and a pendant with a partial drilled hole to one side.

Lot: 1538 - NATIVE AMERICAN STONE POINTS, APPROXIMATELY 155

NATIVE AMERICAN STONE POINTS, APPROXIMATELY 155, including quartz. Most picked up in and around New Market, Shenandoah/Rockingham Co., Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.

Lot: 1539 - NATIVE AMERICAN FETISHES, LOT OF FIVE

NATIVE AMERICAN FETISHES, LOT OF FIVE, including a root snake.

Lot: 1540 - NATIVE AMERICAN WOOD WAR CLUB

NATIVE AMERICAN WOOD WAR CLUB, carved from a single piece of wood. Original natural surface. Possibly Plains or Great Lakes region.

Lot: 1541 - NATIVE AMERICAN STONE POINTS, LOT OF 47

NATIVE AMERICAN STONE POINTS, LOT OF 47, primarily projectile points, some partial or unfinished examples. Housed in a poplar square-nailed box.

Lot: 1542 - NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO WOOL RUG / BLANKET

NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO WOOL RUG / BLANKET, primarily bright red, and black, having a symmetrical geometric design with sawtooth patterns.

Lot: 1543 - NATIVE AMERICAN / SOUTHWESTERN-STYLE ARTICLES, LOT

NATIVE AMERICAN / SOUTHWESTERN-STYLE ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a woven-coil diminutive basket with weaver-dyed and natural surface, and three pottery vessels with various black painted designs.

Lot: 1544 - NATIVE AMERICAN HOPI POTTERY VASE

NATIVE AMERICAN HOPI POTTERY VASE, having cylindrical form with stylized feather motif in red and black.

Lot: 1545 - NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 11

NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 11, including Thatcher, "Indian Biography", Volumes I & II, New York: J. & J. Harper, 1832; Catlin, "Life Amongst the Indians", London: Sampson Low, Son & Co., 1861; ed. Frost, "The Book of the

Lot: 1545A - NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORICAL ARTICLES, LOT OF FIVE

NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORICAL ARTICLES, LOT OF FIVE, comprising "William Penn's Treaty with the Indians", "Battle of the Thames, / Death of Tecumseh", ceremonial lodge photograph, "The Travelers Meeting with Minatarre Indians Near Fort Clark", and a

Lot: 1546 - MAYAN-ATTRIBUTED STONE ARTIFACTS, LOT OF TWO

MAYAN-ATTRIBUTED STONE ARTIFACTS, LOT OF TWO, possibly weaving spindle weights, probably from Guatemala.

Lot: 1547 - AFRICAN BRASS GOLD-WEIGHTS, LOT OF THREE

AFRICAN BRASS GOLD-WEIGHTS, LOT OF THREE, lost wax castings, comprising a bird with head resting on its back (99.0 grams), another bird (82.2 grams), and a buffalo with bird on its back (80.1 grams). From Gold Coast (now Ghana), Africa.

Lot: 1548 - AFRICAN BRASS GOLD-WEIGHTS, LOT OF TWO

AFRICAN BRASS GOLD-WEIGHTS, LOT OF TWO, lost wax castings, comprising a long-neck bird (103.4 grams) and a buffalo with a bird on its back (58.5 grams). From Gold Coast (now Ghana), Africa.

Lot: 1549 - ASSORTED AFRICAN KNIVES, LOT OF THREE

ASSORTED AFRICAN KNIVES, LOT OF THREE, each with carved wooden handle and from the region of modern-day Democratic Republic of the Congo, comprising a Luba, a Tetela, and a Salampasu with sheath.

Lot: 1550 - AFRICAN FLINT STONE CELTS, LOT OF TWO

AFRICAN FLINT STONE CELTS, LOT OF TWO, each made of multi-colored flint, likely from Mali region. Together with an early 20th century long bow made of tropical wood, likely from Africa. Three pieces total.

Lot: 1551 - ANTIQUE METAL BLADES / KNIVES, LOT OF SEVEN

ANTIQUE METAL BLADES / KNIVES, LOT OF SEVEN, including skinning knives, a buffalo spear point, and scalping knives.

Lot: 1552 - ASSORTED MILITARY AND OTHER UNIFORM BUTTONS, OVER

ASSORTED MILITARY AND OTHER UNIFORM BUTTONS, OVER 1,000, mounted on ten cardboard sheets, most brass, including state seal military, Navy, Army, Marines, National Guard, railroad, fire department, police, post office, academy, soldier's home,

Lot: 1553 - ASSORTED GERMAN MILITARY BAYONETS, LOT OF FOUR

ASSORTED GERMAN MILITARY BAYONETS, LOT OF FOUR, two with wooden grips and two with checkered plastic grips, two marked "WKC", one marked "WEYERSBERG / KIRSCHBAUM / & Cie / SOLINGEN", last unmarked, each with scabbard, two with belt loop.

Lot: 1554 - AMERICAN J. RUSSELL & CO. CUTLERY, SET OF 12

AMERICAN J. RUSSELL & CO. CUTLERY, SET OF 12, comprising six three-tine forks and six blunt-tipped knives, all with bone handles with pewter inlay. Each knife with impressed "J. RUSSELL & CO. / GREEN RIVER WORKS" mark to blade.

Lot: 1555 - MAX KUNER CO. SEXTANT

MAX KUNER CO. SEXTANT, brass with parts having black finish, wooden handles, marked "MAX KRUNER CO / SEATTLE". Together with a period, possibly associated mahogany box, currently locked. Two pieces total.

Lot: 1556 - ASSORTED MILITARY AND OTHER ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR

ASSORTED MILITARY AND OTHER ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a US Model 1878 Indian Wars canteen with leather strap; a socket bayonet with original leather sheath marked "2642" and "1884"; a brass spy glass with original end caps; and a pair of

Lot: 1557 - ASSORTED WORLD WAR TWO / WW2 ARTICLES, LOT OF 16

ASSORTED WORLD WAR TWO / WW2 ARTICLES, LOT OF 16, including German Carl Zeiss Jena binoculars, with leather case, British Royal Artillery Officer's Sabretache plate, lacking center crest, two US Son at War flags, and a US medal for "Campaign and

Lot: 1558 - AMERICAN ANTIQUE CUTLERY, LOT OF 12

AMERICAN ANTIQUE CUTLERY, LOT OF 12, assembled set comprising six three-tine forks and six blunt-tipped knives, all with brown celluloid handles. Five knives with impressed "AMERICAN CUTLERY COMPANY" marks to blades, one knife with impressed "J.

Lot: 1559 - ASSORTED CLAY PIPES, LOT OF 18

ASSORTED CLAY PIPES, LOT OF 18, various styles and sizes, including longest stemmed example with "W. SOUTHORN / BROSELEY" mark, one stemmed example with "MCDOUGALL / SCOTLAND" mark, and smallest stemmed example marked "Made in / England".

Lot: 1560 - ASSORTED MILITARY / FIREARMS ACCOUTREMENTS, LOT OF

ASSORTED MILITARY / FIREARMS ACCOUTREMENTS, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a powder horn, leather shot pouch embossed with dead game, a brass bugle marked for J. W. York & Sons, and a leather cap pouch.

Lot: 1561 - ANTIQUE IRON BULLET / SHOT MOLDS, LOT OF NINE

ANTIQUE IRON BULLET / SHOT MOLDS, LOT OF NINE, each unmarked, including two with mold filled with metal. Together with a two-tined fork and a knife both having stag horn handles, knife with mark for Anton Wignen Jr. and "SOLINGEN" to blade. Eleven

Lot: 1562 - ASSORTED IRON TOOLS AND ARTICLES, LOT OF 15

ASSORTED IRON TOOLS AND ARTICLES, LOT OF 15, comprising two rough forged flint lock pans, one lock plate, two cast German-style flint lock pans, two modern cast plates for flint locks with one standard and the other for swivel breech, seven

Lot: 1563 - ANTIQUE CUTLERY, LOT OF TEN

ANTIQUE CUTLERY, LOT OF TEN, comprising a four-pieced set of two-tined forks and blunt-tipped knives and a six-pieced set of three-tined forks and blunt-tipped knives, all having bone handles. Two knives with "V R / SHEARSTEEL" English marks.

Lot: 1564 - RUSSIAN / SOVIET UNION SOLDIER PILOTKA / AFGHAN

RUSSIAN / SOVIET UNION SOLDIER PILOTKA / AFGHAN CAPS WITH PINS / BADGES, LOT OF THREE, including a Santa Claus pin, and one possibly for the 1985 Olympic pin.

Lot: 1565 - ASSORTED BRASS AND IRON ARTICLES, LOT OF NINE

ASSORTED BRASS AND IRON ARTICLES, LOT OF NINE, including a cannon ball, stirrup, hand-cuffs with key, and a large cast-iron spur.

Lot: 1566 - ASSORTED MILITARY AND RELATED ARTICLES, UNCOUNTED

ASSORTED MILITARY AND RELATED ARTICLES, UNCOUNTED LOT, including a Museum of the Confederacy limited edition (019/500) Virginia wreath two-part belt buckle, three limited edition limited edition Civil War Christmas ornaments, a modern oak case for

Lot: 1567 - ASSORTED VINTAGE HUNTING AND OTHER KNIVES WITH

ASSORTED VINTAGE HUNTING AND OTHER KNIVES WITH SHEATHS, LOT OF FIVE, including Kabar 1226 with marked sheath, Hammer Brand with marked sheath, and Rehwappen Solingen with antler handle.

Lot: 1568 - ASSORTED AMERICAN MILITARY HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF

ASSORTED AMERICAN MILITARY HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 17, including ed. Esposito, "The West Point Atlas of American Wars", Vol. I and II, New York: Frederick Praeger, 1959; Baker, "History of the United States Secret Service", Philadelphia: L.C. Baker,

Lot: 1569 - ANTIQUE IRON BULLET / SHOT MOLDS, LOT OF FIVE

ANTIQUE IRON BULLET / SHOT MOLDS, LOT OF FIVE, each unmarked and make a spherical bullet/shot.

Lot: 1570 - SOUTHERN RIFLE BUTT STOCK

SOUTHERN RIFLE BUTT STOCK, likely western North Carolina or South Carolina, having patch box with captured lid having internal hinge and concealed latch release in toe plate that is not functioning correctly.

Lot: 1571 - SOLOMON WEAVER, TINNER, ROCKINGHAM CO., SHENANDOAH

SOLOMON WEAVER, TINNER, ROCKINGHAM CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA ARCHIVES, uncounted lot, 1870s and 1880s, including three small account books recording making and repairing tinware, roofing work including neighbors John Heatwole and Emanuel

Lot: 1572 - ARCHIBALD GRAHAM FAMILY, ROCKBRIDGE CO.,

ARCHIBALD GRAHAM FAMILY, ROCKBRIDGE CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA ARCHIVES, uncounted lot, comprising material primarily relating to Dr. Archibald Graham (1804-1880), owner of "Clover Hill" farm, his son, Dr. John A. Graham (1833-1895), and his

Lot: 1573 - FAHRNEY WHEEL CORPORATION, TIMBERVILLE, SHENANDOAH

FAHRNEY WHEEL CORPORATION, TIMBERVILLE, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA ARCHIVAL MATERIALS, uncounted lot, including patents and assignments for automobile related inventions; two stock certificates; Henkel & Co. printers, New Market bill and

Lot: 1574 - BENJAMIN STRICKER (1799-1856), ROCKINGHAM /

BENJAMIN STRICKER (1799-1856), ROCKINGHAM / SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA ARCHIVAL MATERIALS, LOT OF 37, comprising 12 tax receipts, 1832-1853, ten of which record slaves; seven receipts for shares of Capital Stock in the Valley

Lot: 1575 - NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA FEMALE

NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA FEMALE SEMINARY INVITATION, an autograph letter signed Jessie D. Hainning, principal, being an invitation to the May party at the Seminary on May, 28th. Together with a CDV photograph of an architectural

Lot: 1576 - HENKEL PRESS - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA

HENKEL PRESS - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA IMPRINT VOLUME, Ambrose Henkel, "Der Grosse ABC-Buch. Enthaltend: Das ABC, Wurzelworter, und Wurzelworter mit ihren angehangten Ableitungssylven...weite Auflage", second edition, New Market: Shenandoah

Lot: 1577 - HENKEL / SALYARDS, NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH CO.,

HENKEL / SALYARDS, NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT, two-page ink on lined paper, March 29th, 1875, between Joseph Salyards and Ambrose Henkel for the sale of Salyard's book "Idothea", printed by Henkel,

Lot: 1578 - NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF

NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA POLL BOOK, for the election held May 26, 1870, containing a list of 224 electors, Solomon D. Henkel, John Zirkle, and Francis Rice judges, George Kennedy and George Neese clerks, the back

Lot: 1579 - HENKEL PRESS - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA

HENKEL PRESS - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA IMPRINT VOLUME, David Henkel, "Answer to Mr. Joseph Moore, the Methodist; with a Few Fragments on the Doctrine of Justification", New Market, VA: Printed in S. Henkel's Office by S. G. Henkel, 1825. 188

Lot: 1580 - HARRISONBURG, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA

HARRISONBURG, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA IMPRINT SHAPE NOTE SONGBOOK, "The Valley Harmonist", by J. W. Steffy of New Market, VA, second edition, printed by Henry T. Wartmann, Harrisonburg, VA, 1845, 336 pages, original printed boards listing

Lot: 1581 - ASSORTED MANUSCRIPT MATERIAL, LOT OF FOUR

ASSORTED MANUSCRIPT MATERIAL, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a March 22, 1863 Union solider letter home from Camp Buford, Virginia, near Washington; an 1864 discharge and payment receipt, Matther Prince, Co. F., 1st Regiment, US Infantry; a large vellum

Lot: 1582 - ASSORTED SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA MANUSCRIPT

ASSORTED SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA MANUSCRIPT MATERIAL, uncounted lot, mostly Shenandoah/Rockingham Co. including many Strickler family deeds/articles of agreements, some with plots. Most deeds for property along Smith's Creek.

Lot: 1583 - ST. MATTHEWS LUTHERAN CHURCH, NEW MARKET,

ST. MATTHEWS LUTHERAN CHURCH, NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA EPHEMERA / MANUSCRIPT MATERIAL, LOT OF SEVEN, including 1858 and 1859 subscription records for the Rev. J. P. Cline to preach three sermons and one in German every month; an 1880

Lot: 1584 - KATE SMITH BIRTHDAY PARTY PANORAMIC PHOTOGRAPH

KATE SMITH BIRTHDAY PARTY PANORAMIC PHOTOGRAPH, being an interior view of Constitution Hall, Washington, DC, May 4, 1936 with Smith on stage backed with an orchestra, marked for Schutz Photography Studio, Washington, DC. Framed under glass in a

Lot: 1585 - ASSORTED CARTES DE VISITE, CABINET CARDS,

ASSORTED CARTES DE VISITE, CABINET CARDS, TINTYPES, AND PHOTOGRAPHS, LOT OF 33, of unidentified people. Most from Richmond, Virginia, studios including New York Art Gallery, Richmond Photo Co., and Campbell & Co.

Lot: 1586 - ASSORTED CARTES DE VISITE, CABINET CARDS, TINTYPE,

ASSORTED CARTES DE VISITE, CABINET CARDS, TINTYPE, AND PHOTOGRAPHS, LOT OF 38, of unidentified people, including one tintype featuring four men, a CDV of two men with a dog, one of woman playing a violin, and another of a woman reading. Most from

Lot: 1587 - ASSORTED CARTES DE VISITE, CABINET CARDS, TINTYPE,

ASSORTED CARTES DE VISITE, CABINET CARDS, TINTYPE, AND PHOTOGRAPHS, LOT OF 38, of unidentified people, including one tintype featuring four men, a cabinet card of a Virginia Military Institute (VMI) cadet by Miley of Lexington, VA, and a photograph

Lot: 1588 - ASSORTED CARTES DE VISITE, CABINET CARDS, AND

ASSORTED CARTES DE VISITE, CABINET CARDS, AND PHOTOGRAPHS, LOT OF 52, of unidentified people, some pieces with inscribed writing to back. Studios including Tyson & Perry of Charlottesville, Virginia, N.H. Busey of Baltimore, Maryland, and

Lot: 1589 - HOMEIER COLLECTION OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

HOMEIER COLLECTION OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTS, LOT OF 30, of unidentified people. Most are signed or marked "Homeier" or "Homeier & Clark".

Lot: 1590 - HOMEIER COLLECTION OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA

HOMEIER COLLECTION OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTS, LOT OF 26, of unidentified women, including several in wedding dresses. Many are signed or marked "Homeier" or "Homeier & Clark".

Lot: 1591 - WORLD WAR II / WWII ERA MILITARY POLICE SCRAP BOOK

WORLD WAR II / WWII ERA MILITARY POLICE SCRAP BOOK, possibly created by his mother, for Jerry C. Simonson, of Bath, New York, of Company "B" 701st Military Police Battalion, stationed at For Custer. Numerous newspaper clippings, photographs,

Lot: 1592 - HAND-COLORED SIXTH-PLATE DAGUERREOTYPE PORTRAIT

HAND-COLORED SIXTH-PLATE DAGUERREOTYPE PORTRAIT, depicting a seated young man dressed in a suit, a gold ring added to his pinkie, and a red-tinted urn-type object adjacent to his hand. Original gilt liner, sealed back.

Lot: 1593 - ASSORTED CARTES DE VISITE, CABINET CARDS, AND

ASSORTED CARTES DE VISITE, CABINET CARDS, AND PHOTOGRAPHS, LOT OF 18, of unidentified people, including two large group photographs at unidentified resorts. Studios including many from Richmond, Virginia featuring Geo. S. Cook Anderson, Davis, and

Lot: 1594 - ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY (EMMITSBURG, MARYLAND) LARGE

ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY (EMMITSBURG, MARYLAND) LARGE REUNION PHOTOGRAPH, mounted on paper board, inscribed "Saint Joseph's Alumnae Centennial Reunion 1909", and in the lower right corner of the image "'Kreh' / the / Photographer".

Lot: 1595 - AMERICAN POLITICAL AND COMMEMORATIVE COINS AND

AMERICAN POLITICAL AND COMMEMORATIVE COINS AND OTHER ARTICLES, LOT OF 12, comprising five posters of Jesse Jackson's 1988 presidential campaign, one cassette audiotape of Pat Robinson's "What I Will Do as President", and six commemorative coins with

Lot: 1596 - ASSORTED AMERICAN AND FOREIGN TOKENS / MEDALS, LOT

ASSORTED AMERICAN AND FOREIGN TOKENS / MEDALS, LOT OF TEN, including a 1844 "W. RICHARDSON & CO. / PHILADa" parasol token, 1917 "ORPHELINAT / DES ARNEES" MEDAL, purchased to support orphans, and National Peace Jubillee medal featuring President

Lot: 1597 - VICTORIAN BRASS AND VELVET PHOTO ALBUM WITH STAND

VICTORIAN BRASS AND VELVET PHOTO ALBUM WITH STAND, floral-patterned green velvet featuring a brass flower ornamentation and crescent beveled-edge mirror, brass latch, interior fitted with pages of two- and three-photo sleeves with gilt-decorated

Lot: 1598 - MARYLAND STATE COAT OF ARMS BANNER

MARYLAND STATE COAT OF ARMS BANNER, ink on fabric, layered tri-color print featuring a shield to the center topped by a crown and armor helmet, flanked by a fisherman and a man holding a shovel, "FATTI MASCHI PAROLE FEMINE" state motto along the

Lot: 1599 - AMERICAN HISTORICAL WASHINGTON FAMILY ENGRAVING

AMERICAN HISTORICAL WASHINGTON FAMILY ENGRAVING, after Edward Savage. Housed in original gilt frame with reverse-painted gold "WASHINGTON FAMILY" on black ground. Back of engraving has "Catholic Mirror" newspaper from 1877.

Lot: 1600 - ASTRONOMER / NAVAL OFFICER JAMES MELVILLE GILLISS

ASTRONOMER / NAVAL OFFICER JAMES MELVILLE GILLISS (1811-1865), WASHINGTON TERRITORY MANUSCRIPT LETTER, three-page ink on lined paper, from "Camp on Muck Prairie" in the Washington Territory, dated July 18, 1860, describing a solar eclipse that

Lot: 1601 - MAJOR GENERAL CHARLES LEE REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA

MAJOR GENERAL CHARLES LEE REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA ENGRAVING, bust-length portrait above caption "CHARLES LEE Eqer MAJOR GENERAL / de l'Armee Continental prefentement prisonnier / a la Nouvelle Yorck", above "A Paris chez Esnauts et Rapilly, rue S.

Lot: 1602 - LYNDON B. JOHNSON / LBJ STETSON HAT

LYNDON B. JOHNSON / LBJ STETSON HAT, satin liner has an outline of the state of Texas and is inscribed "Johnson City LBJ Ranch", black leather sweatband is gold-stamped: "Made by Stetson / Especially for / Lyndon B. Johnson", paper identification

Lot: 1603 - EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF FIVE

EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF FIVE, including Humphreys, "The Life and Heroic Exploits of Israel Putnam", New York: Ezra Strong, 1835; Bogart, "Daniel Boone and the Hunters of Kentucky", Auburn: Miller, Orton & Mulligan, 1854; Morse

Lot: 1604 - AMERICAN HISTORICAL PATRIOTIC BUNTING

AMERICAN HISTORICAL PATRIOTIC BUNTING, machine-stitched, printed navy-blue cotton canton with white stars, and red and white stripes. Retains a strong color.

Lot: 1605 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 11, including Kercheval, "A History of the Valley of Virginia", Strasburg: Shenandoah Publishing House, 1925; Wise, "Virginia Military Institute, Military History", Lynchburg: J.P. Bell Co., Inc.,

Lot: 1606 - VIRGINIA HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 13

VIRGINIA HISTORY VOLUMES, LOT OF 13, including "New Album of Richmond Views", Portland: Chisholm Brothers, 1890; Fauquier County Bicentennial Committee, "Fauquier County, Virginia, 1759-1959", Warrenton: Virginia Publishing, Inc., Limited edition,

Lot: 1607 - CURRIER & IVES ANDREW JACKSON PRINT

CURRIER & IVES ANDREW JACKSON PRINT, titled "DEATH OF GENl. ANDREW JACKSON.", signed with an illegible signature in the lower right hand corner. Housed under glass, in an old, possibly original paint-decorated frame.

Lot: 1608 - JR.O.U.A.M. FRATERNAL ORDER CERTIFICATE

JR.O.U.A.M. FRATERNAL ORDER CERTIFICATE, colored lithograph on paper, for the Junior Order of United American Mechanics, an American fraternal order and youth affiliation of the anti-Catholic and Nativist group, print featuring various vignettes over

Lot: 1609 - UNITED STATES PATRIOTIC TURKEY RED LINEN TOWEL

UNITED STATES PATRIOTIC TURKEY RED LINEN TOWEL, having spread-wing eagle and shield decoration, lettered "THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED STATES Declared JULY 4th, 1776" and "WASHINGTON Elected PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL UNION MARCH 1789, E PLURIBUS

Lot: 1610 - WWI / WORLD WAR ONE POSTERS / PRINTS, LOT OF TWO

WWI / WORLD WAR ONE POSTERS / PRINTS, LOT OF TWO, comprising a Pompeian Beauty Yard-long print featuring "Liberty Girl", and "Duty Calls" a possible recruitment poster. Each housed under glass in old, possibly original frames.

Lot: 1611 - ASSORTED POLITICAL / CIVIL WAR ARTICLES, LOT OF

ASSORTED POLITICAL / CIVIL WAR ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a 1896 McKinley and Hobart campaign ribbon, a 1913 Gettysburg commemorative souvenir, an Abraham Lincoln, and George Dewey plate. Together with two plates, one with "MRS. GLADSTONE",

Lot: 1612 - AMERICAN HISTORICAL ENGRAVING

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ENGRAVING, of Archbishop John Carroll, engraved by William Satchwell and Benjamin Tanner after the painting by J. Paul, published by Benjamin Tanner. Housed under glass in original frame.

Lot: 1613 - ANTIQUE LARGE-SIZE GERMAN BIBLE

ANTIQUE LARGE-SIZE GERMAN BIBLE, New Testament with "Das / Neue Te[s]tament / Un[s]ers / Herrn Je[s]u Shriftt/ Berteut[s]chet durch / Doct. Martin Luther." title page, Busel: Emanuel Thurnensen, 1767, having some copper plate engravings, many covered

Lot: 1614 - CITY OF CHICAGO VEHICLE TAX MEDALLION

CITY OF CHICAGO VEHICLE TAX MEDALLION, aluminum, stamped "VEHICLE TAX / CITY OF CHICAGO / 26575 / 1912 / ONE HORSE".

Lot: 1615 - CONRAD MALTE-BRUN (DANISH / FRENCH, 1775-1826) A

CONRAD MALTE-BRUN (DANISH / FRENCH, 1775-1826) A SYSTEM OF UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHY VOLUMES, SET OF THREE, each with engraved plates. Hardcover volumes.

Lot: 1616 - AMERICAN HISTORICAL CIRCUS / SIDESHOW FULL-PLATE

AMERICAN HISTORICAL CIRCUS / SIDESHOW FULL-PLATE PAINTED TIN-TYPE, said to be Charles Decker, bust-length depiction. Housed under glass, in possibly original frame.

Lot: 1617 - AMERICAN HISTORICAL CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER

AMERICAN HISTORICAL CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTE DE VISITE, said to be Noah Orr, "The Union County Giant" / "The Ohio Giant", marked for photographer D.R. Clark's Photographic Art Gallery, Lafayette, Indiana, with tax stamp.

Lot: 1618 - AMERICAN HISTORICAL DAGUERREOTYPE

AMERICAN HISTORICAL DAGUERREOTYPE, sixth plate, said to be Mohammed Baux, the "Miniature Man of India" or "the Indian dwarf".

Lot: 1619 - CHARLES EISENMANN, NEW YORK CABINET CARDS, LOT OF

CHARLES EISENMANN, NEW YORK CABINET CARDS, LOT OF TWO, albumen print on cardstock, marked for photographer Eisenman, New York, featuring one stamped "CAPT. THOMAS COLLUM, / OF THE THIRD AVENUE STRICKERS", and The Texas Giant Brothers.

Lot: 1620 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE, LOT

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE, LOT OF FOUR, featuring Nellie Keeler, each by photographed by Bogardus, New York.

Lot: 1621 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE, LOT

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE, LOT OF SIX, each featuring Major Atom, and taken by photographer Chas. Eisenmann, Bowery, New York. One is stamped on the back "MAJOR ATOM / SMALLEST / Character Artist.", two are inscribed on the back

Lot: 1622 - THE LILIPUTIANS CABINET CARD PHOTOGRAPHS, LOT OF

THE LILIPUTIANS CABINET CARD PHOTOGRAPHS, LOT OF FOUR, albumen print on cardstock, comprising four marked for photographers Pach Bro's., New York, each featuring "THE LILIPUTIANS", and one by Charles Eisenmann said to be the Queen of the Liliputians.

Lot: 1623 - AMERICAN MAGICIAN CABINET CARD

AMERICAN MAGICIAN CABINET CARD, albumen print on cardstock, marked for photographer Wendt, New York, and featuring a gentleman with wand, top hat resting on table in the background.

Lot: 1624 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE, LOT

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE, LOT OF THREE, comprising a bearded woman and midgets Herman and Augusta Rice, photographer marked for Eisenmann, New York, and a midget, photographer marked for "JNO. W. MINNER'S / CITY GALLERY. / SPARTA,

Lot: 1625 - CIRCUS / SIDE SHOW RELATED POST CARDS, LOT OF

CIRCUS / SIDE SHOW RELATED POST CARDS, LOT OF SEVEN, real photos comprising the Electorium, four involving tight rope performers, clowns, and one with possibly the oldest, smallest, married couple living, standing in front of their side show banner.

Lot: 1626 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CABINET CARD /

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CABINET CARD / PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a cartes de visite of Anna Haining Bates, a cabinet card of Anna with her husband Martin Van Buren Bates, inscribed on the back "Capt. M. V. Bates + Mrs. A.H.

Lot: 1627 - EDWARD J. KELTY (AMERICAN, 1888-1967) CIRCUS POST

EDWARD J. KELTY (AMERICAN, 1888-1967) CIRCUS POST CARDS, LOT OF TWO, comprising the "Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus" with "PHOTO BY / CENTURY / 144W. 46th St. / N.Y.C. / 5011-C" in lower right corner, and "CELEBRATING "RINGLING GOLDEN JUBILEE" / RINGLING

Lot: 1628 - IRA ALDRIDGE THEATER ACTOR PORTRAIT

IRA ALDRIDGE THEATER ACTOR PORTRAIT, in his role as "Mungo, in the Padlock.".

Lot: 1629 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE /

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE / CABINET CARDS, LOT OF 16, including King Pow-Wow, Cellini, Chauncey Morlan, Millie Owens, and Lizzie Sturgeon Brown, photographer marks include Wendt and Eisenmann, New York, and Sword Bro's, York,

Lot: 1630 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE /

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE / CABINET CARDS, LOT OF 13, including The Wild Australian Children with tax stamp, Aggie Zolutia, Charles B. Tripp, and Waino and Plutano, photographers include Chas. Eisenmann, New York. Charles Tripp

Lot: 1631 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE /

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE / CABINET CARDS, LOT OF 26, each with images of Charles / Chas. Decker, including two cabinet cards, one inscribed on the front "Gen. C. R. Decker / the English Dude". One cartes de visite is inscribed on

Lot: 1632 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE, LOT

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE, LOT OF 14, each featuring circassian and circus performers, including Zalumma Agra, Miss Zoe Zolena, and Jobeido Lutz. Photographers include Eisenmann and J. Wood.

Lot: 1633 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE /

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE / CABINET CARDS, LOT OF EIGHT, each featuring Che-Mah, "The Chinese Dwarf", with Chas. Eisenmann, New York, photographer, with five possibly signed by Che-Mah on the back. Cabinet card example photographed

Lot: 1634 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER POST CARD /

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER POST CARD / PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES, LOT OF 47, including Eddie Skeldton Masher, Mile Clifford, Frieda Pushnik, Francis O' Connor, and Art Hubell. Frieda Pushnik and Francis O'Connor examples possibly signed by them on the

Lot: 1635 - TOM THUMB / FAIRY WEDDING PARTY CARTES DE VISITE,

TOM THUMB / FAIRY WEDDING PARTY CARTES DE VISITE, LOT OF 17, each published by E. & H.T. Anthony from photographic negative by Brady, and with double-blind stamps, 14 with facsimile signatures on the back, two with tax stamps on the back, one of

Lot: 1636 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE, LOT

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE, LOT OF 15, featuring Commodore Foote, Major Tot, Admiral Dot, Major Atom, Major Charles Gantz, General Cardenas, and Herman and Augusta Rice, including three by photographer Chas. Eisenmann and one by

Lot: 1637 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE, LOT

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE, LOT OF 17, each featuring Charles Decker / General Charles Decker, including one with his manager.

Lot: 1638 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER POST CARDS, LOT OF 58

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER POST CARDS, LOT OF 58, including Major Mite, Duchess Leona, The Ritter Midgets, The Smallest Family in Texas, and Tiny Tasha from Haiti. Tiny Tasha is signed "TINY TASA".

Lot: 1639 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE /

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE / CABINET CARDS, LOT OF 15, including Maggie Minott, Miss Jennie Quigley, Mile Coretta, Little Rosie and Lucia Zarate, marks for photographers include Eisenmann, New York.

Lot: 1640 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE /

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE / CABINET CARDS, LOT OF TEN, including Ada Briggs, Hannah Battersby, Carrie Akers, and Madame Sherwood, marked for photographers includes Wendt, Bogardus, and Eisenmann.

Lot: 1641 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES,

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES, LOT OF 23, including Millie Christine, Waino and Plutano, Happy Jack, James Murphy, Capt. Smith Cook, Princess Wee Wee, and The Original Eliophobus Family, marked for photographers, including Wendt,

Lot: 1642 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CABINET CARDS, LOT OF

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CABINET CARDS, LOT OF 27, including Bertha Carnihan, Charles Gantz, General Reinhart with Manager, and The Liliputians, photographers marks include Sword Bro's., Wendt, and Eisenmann. Some examples with written

Lot: 1643 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE, LOT

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE, LOT OF 20, including Commodore Nutt, General Mite, Dudley Foster, Herman and Augusta Rice, Admiral Dot, Major Atom, and one possibly of Major Ray, marked for photographers include Eisenmann, New York, and

Lot: 1644 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE, LOT

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE, LOT OF 20, including Miss Sarah E. Belton, Kis Joszsi with Jean Petit and Jean Piccolo, Baron Littlefinger, General Tom Thumb and Wife, Admiral Dot, Major Atom, and Col. Steere and wife, marked for

Lot: 1645 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE, LOT

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER CARTES DE VISITE, LOT OF 20, including General Littlefinger, Admiral Dot, General Tot, Commodore Nutt with Miss Minnie Warren, and Princess Lottie, photographer marks include Eisenmann, and E. & H.T. Anthony & Co.,

Lot: 1646 - TOM THUMB / FAIRY WEDDING CARTES DE VISITE, LOT OF

TOM THUMB / FAIRY WEDDING CARTES DE VISITE, LOT OF 14, including nine examples with facsimile signatures on the back, nine of which are published by E. & H.T. Anthony, from photographic negatives by Brady. Together with Sketch of the Life,

Lot: 1647 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER POST CARD /

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER POST CARD / PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES, LOT OF 18, including Jolly Irene, Baby Flo, Jolly Babe, Jolly Ray, and Jolly Ollie. Baby Flo example signed "Flora Mae Johnson" on the back.

Lot: 1648 - CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER POST CARD /

CIRCUS / SIDESHOW PERFORMER POST CARD / PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES, including "TRAINED ANIMALS. / IN THE ARENA OF THE HAGENBECK-WALLACE CIRCUS. / PERU IND. / 59-16.", three real people post cards of clowns, Barnum & Bailey examples, and Ripley

Lot: 1649 - ASSORTED ROCKINGHAM / SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH

ASSORTED ROCKINGHAM / SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA AND POSSIBLY OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS, LOT OF 14, most Albumen prints on card stock, identified examples comprising the Schuburt Orchestra at Strasburg, Virginia, May 21st, 1915, Dr. W. C.

Lot: 1650 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA AND OTHER

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA AND OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS, uncounted lot, tin-types, CDVs, cabinet cards, snapshots, two albums, etc. One album with some pages of Valley snapshots including "Picnic at Fishers Hill", "On top of the Massanutten", "The day we

Lot: 1651 - SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA

SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR MONUMENT PHOTOS, LOT OF THREE, Albumen prints on card stock, comprising two different views of the "To All Confederates" monument in the Our Soldier's Cemetery, Mt. Jackson, erected by the

Lot: 1652 - WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF

WOODSTOCK, SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA 1899 ADVERTISING CALENDAR, die-cut depicting a lady with fur collar, compliments of Geo. E. Irvin with J. I. Triplett & Co., Wholesale Dealers in Tobacco, Snuff, Cigars, etc., with full

Lot: 1653 - STRICKLER / HOBSON FAMILY, NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH

STRICKLER / HOBSON FAMILY, NEW MARKET, SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA ARTICLES, uncounted lot, including a pyrography decorated handkerchief box with "P. S." burnt to interior of lid for Pearl Strickler, a pyrography bowl, assorted

Lot: 1654 - SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA

SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA EPHEMERA, UNCOUNTED LOT, including By-Laws of Mt. Jackson Lodge, No. 103, adopted 1903, other Mt. Jackson Lodge items, photo of the Mt. Jackson Community Band, photo of Massanutten baseball team, etc.

Lot: 1655 - AUGUSTA CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA

AUGUSTA CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA PHOTOGRAPHS, comprising four "EARLY HOMES of NEW HOPE, AUGUSTA CO., VIRGINIA", framed by "BEVERLEY BOOK CO. / STATIONERY & OFFICE SUPPLIES / STAUNTON, VA.". Housed under glass in an old frame.

Lot: 1656 - 1968 DETROIT TIGERS TEAM SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED

1968 DETROIT TIGERS TEAM SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED BASEBALL, approximately 29 ball-point pen signatures, including Al Kaline, Ed Mathews, and Denny McLain.

Lot: 1657 - WASHINGTON, D. C. AREA FOLK ART PAINTED CARNIVAL

WASHINGTON, D. C. AREA FOLK ART PAINTED CARNIVAL PHOTO BOARD, oil on plywood panel, humorous depiction of a nude man in a wash tub being bathed by a woman in a patched dress, no signature located.

Lot: 1658 - WESTERN UNITED STATES PHOTOGRAPHS, LOT OF EIGHT

WESTERN UNITED STATES PHOTOGRAPHS, LOT OF EIGHT, Albumen prints on board, including "Buffalo Bill" Cody standing with cane in front of a tent; two Yosemite Valley, California views with inked title on back and stamped for George Fiske; Hotel Del

Lot: 1659 - AMERICAN HISTORICAL SEPIA TONE PHOTOGRAPH

AMERICAN HISTORICAL SEPIA TONE PHOTOGRAPH, laid on board, thought to be William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody along side Alejandro Joe, with circus banners and horses in the background.

Lot: 1660 - ASSORTED HOLLYWOOD MOVIE STARS VENDING / TRADE

ASSORTED HOLLYWOOD MOVIE STARS VENDING / TRADE CARDS, LOT OF 13, comprising Engravo-o-tints of Boris Karloff, Warner Oland, Dorothy de Borba, Eddie Nugent, Alan Ladd, William Gargan, Norman Foster, Edmund Lowe, Karen Morley, Claudette Colbert, Joe E.

Lot: 1661 - ANTIQUE / VINTAGE POST CARDS, UNCOUNTED LOT

ANTIQUE / VINTAGE POST CARDS, UNCOUNTED LOT, more than 300, mostly American views including album with 96 unused cards and western views; advertising including Gramm Motor Works, Lima, OH, Lake Tahoe Motor Tours, and Regal Shoes, St. Louis

Lot: 1662 - FRENCH BREWSTER-TYPE FOLDING STEREOVIEWER WITH

FRENCH BREWSTER-TYPE FOLDING STEREOVIEWER WITH CARDS, LOT OF 11 PIECES, flat rectangular box folds out into viewer having black embossed covering and lenses at one side facing a card holder, ten cards including view of the Natural Bridge in Virginia,

Lot: 1663 - ANTIQUE / VINTAGE REAL PHOTO POST CARDS, LOT OF 42

ANTIQUE / VINTAGE REAL PHOTO POST CARDS, LOT OF 42, including Coney Island; crossing the "Little Missouri" river in North Dakota; Main St., Windsor, NC; Seal Rocks, Gray Line, San Francisco; "Building Outlook $1,000,000 Bridge", Saskatchewan; steam

Lot: 1664 - ASSORTED HOLLYWOOD MOVIE STARS VENDING / TRADE

ASSORTED HOLLYWOOD MOVIE STARS VENDING / TRADE CARDS, LOT OF 11, comprising Cesar Romero, Stan Laurel, Warner Oland, Leslie Howard, Jack Oakie, Marie Dressler, Don Barclay, Andy Devine, Warner Baxter, Cliff Edwards, and Leila Hyam, all possibly from

Lot: 1665 - ASSORTED AMERICAN / EUROPEAN SCENE STEREOVIEWS

ASSORTED AMERICAN / EUROPEAN SCENE STEREOVIEWS WITH VIEWER, comprising 43 stereoview cards, and the "PERFECSCOPE" by H.C. White Co. Stereoview cards include southern scenes by Keystone, "In a Great Pine Forest-Collecting Turpentine, / North

Lot: 1666 - ASSORTED HISTORICAL EPHEMERA, LOT OF 18

ASSORTED HISTORICAL EPHEMERA, LOT OF 18, including ten lithograph on card views of the 1876 Philadelphia Centennial Exposition; a celluloid card with printed image of Mrs. Grover Cleveland; an early facsimile of the Ulster Co., NY January 4, 1800

Lot: 1667 - VICTORIAN GREETING CARDS AND BOOKLETS, LOT OF 20

VICTORIAN GREETING CARDS AND BOOKLETS, LOT OF 20, including four fringed, several Tuck, etc.

Lot: 1668 - ASSORTED AUTOMOBILE EPHEMERA, LOT OF 12

ASSORTED AUTOMOBILE EPHEMERA, LOT OF 12, including a circa 1929 Studebaker Erskine Six Owner's Manual; 1960 Pontiac Owner's Guide; 1966 Corvair Owner's Guide; 1970 Chevrolet Series 10-30 Truck Owner's and Driver's Manual; and 1961 Pikeway Pontiac,

Lot: 1669 - ASSORTED ROOSEVELT BEARS POST CARDS

ASSORTED ROOSEVELT BEARS POST CARDS, featuring "No. 1 The Roosevelt Bears at Home", "No. 2 The Roosevelt Bears Go Aboard the Train.", "No. 3 The Roosevelt Bears in a Sleeping Car.", "No. 4. The Roosevelt Bears on a Farm.", "No. 5 The Roosevelt Bears

Lot: 1670 - AMERICAN NURSERY RHYME TOBACCO FELTS, LOT OF NINE

AMERICAN NURSERY RHYME TOBACCO FELTS, LOT OF NINE, possibly a complete set, comprising "Little Tommy Tucker", "Mary Had A Little Lamb", "Little Miss Muffet", "Tom Tom. The Piper's Son", "Little Boy Blue", "Simple Simon", "Old Mother Hubbard", "Little

Lot: 1671 - ASSORTED HOLLYWOOD TELEVISION / MOVIE STAR POST

ASSORTED HOLLYWOOD TELEVISION / MOVIE STAR POST CARDS, LOT OF SEVEN, comprising Roscoe Arbuckle, June Marlowe, "OUR GANG" in "SHOOTIN' INJUNS" and stamped on the back "PLEASE / REMIT" with a star, "BABY PEGGY", W.C. Fields, "BABE HARD AS A TWO GUN

Lot: 1672 - HEROES OF THE DIXIE CIRCUS ICE CREAM LIDS, LOT OF

HEROES OF THE DIXIE CIRCUS ICE CREAM LIDS, LOT OF 48, for Neuman's, Breyers, Castles, Reid's, Supplee, Artic Quality, Southern Creameries, Hoffman's, Boedeker, and Philadelphia Dairy Products Company, Inc. Ice Cream. Including animal and circus

Lot: 1673 - LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY THOROUGHBRED PHOTO ALBUM

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY THOROUGHBRED PHOTO ALBUM, all applied to paper, with one loose post card, containing approximately 50 black and white real people post cards of horses, horses include "King Peacock", "Minnie Bell", and "Dido". Most with notations.

Lot: 1674 - VICTORIAN SCRAP BOOK

VICTORIAN SCRAP BOOK, loose pages with one cover, including color lithograph political cartoons, trade/cigarette cards, die cuts, Chicago World's Columbian Exposition prints, etc. Most pages used.

Lot: 1675 - ANTIQUE SCRAPBOOKS, LOT OF TWO

ANTIQUE SCRAPBOOKS, LOT OF TWO, comprising a small educational child's booklet having two pages of hand-written verse and several colored pages with applied stamp-sized cutout prints, and a Victorian album having embossed front featuring flowers and

Lot: 1676 - N. C. WYETH ILLUSTRATED VOLUMES, LOT OF FIVE

N. C. WYETH ILLUSTRATED VOLUMES, LOT OF FIVE, comprising "The Pike County Ballads", 1912; "Hans Brinker or the Silver Skates", 1932; "Treasure Island", 1933; "Kidnapped", 1936; and "Westward Ho", 1947. Together with an early edition of Carroll's

Lot: 1677 - ASSORTED ADVERTISING AND OTHER EPHEMERA

ASSORTED ADVERTISING AND OTHER EPHEMERA, uncounted lot, including Zerolene Automobile Oil, Standard Oil Co.; Pabst Brewing Co.; Royal Blue Line Express Trains; Hotel Childwold, Adirondacks; two 1885 Anvers, Antwerp Exposition, etc.

Lot: 1678 - WESTERN UNITED STATES EPHEMERA, LOT OF 11

WESTERN UNITED STATES EPHEMERA, LOT OF 11, including the Ogden Iron and Brass Works, Utah; Schemmel's Music House, San Jose, California; Thanksgiving Eve Letter Carrier's Ball, San Jose, 1892; and Kate B. Sherwood Camp, Daughters of Veterans, Last

Lot: 1679 - ASSORTED ROCKINGHAM / SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH

ASSORTED ROCKINGHAM / SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA EPHEMERA, LOT OF SEVEN, including a ribbon printed with advertising for B. Ney Clothier, Harrisonburg; a circular for the Virginia Normal Music School, New Market, 1874; a card for

Lot: 1680 - ASSORTED COLOR LITHOGRAPH ART PRINTS, LOT OF 25

ASSORTED COLOR LITHOGRAPH ART PRINTS, LOT OF 25, most being a supplement to the Baltimore Sun, including Native American and western subjects, beautiful ladies, genre scenes, etc.

Lot: 1681 - VICTORIAN SCRAP BOOKS, LOT OF TWO

VICTORIAN SCRAP BOOKS, LOT OF TWO, one complete with covers, other as loose pages, including trade cards, die cuts, newspaper clippings, some common Confederate notes, foreign stamps, etc.

Lot: 1682 - AMERICAN ILLUSTRATED AND OTHER PERIODICALS, LOT OF

AMERICAN ILLUSTRATED AND OTHER PERIODICALS, LOT OF 48, including 17 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 1870-1871; and 20 Harper's Weekly, 1884-1885.

Lot: 1683 - ASSORTED ZAP COMIC BOOKS, LOT OF NINE

ASSORTED ZAP COMIC BOOKS, LOT OF NINE, including a first print from Gilbert Shelton, Spain.

Lot: 1684 - BOULDER, COLORADO DOCUMENTED PHOTOGRAPHS, LOT OF

BOULDER, COLORADO DOCUMENTED PHOTOGRAPHS, LOT OF TWO, comprising one stamped for photographer "D.B. Yale, Boulder Col." and inscribed on the back "Takin in "Middle Park" Colorado about 1889 or 1890." and "1. Fred Wilder / 2. Ed. Knapp / 3. Will Gould

Lot: 1685 - STANDARD TALKING MACHINE CO. PHONOGRAPH

STANDARD TALKING MACHINE CO. PHONOGRAPH, Standard Model A, oak case, with blue-painted morning glory horn.

Lot: 1686 - STANDARD TALKING MACHINE CO. PHONOGRAPH

STANDARD TALKING MACHINE CO. PHONOGRAPH, Style X, horn stamped "PAT SEP 8' 03'".

Lot: 1687 - VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO. TYPE II PHONOGRAPH

VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO. TYPE II PHONOGRAPH, oak case with horn, serial number 82208.

Lot: 1688 - VICTOR TALKING MACHINE COMPANY TYPE M PHONOGRAPH

VICTOR TALKING MACHINE COMPANY TYPE M PHONOGRAPH, oak case with horn, serial number 21505. Horn retains remnants of original label.

Lot: 1689 - EDISON STANDARD PHONOGRAPH

EDISON STANDARD PHONOGRAPH, oak case with horn, serial number S310309. Case retains original label.

Lot: 1690 - EDISON FIRESIDE COMBINATION TYPE PHONOGRAPH

EDISON FIRESIDE COMBINATION TYPE PHONOGRAPH, Model A, housed in an oak case, serial number 58293.

Lot: 1691 - EDISON STANDARD PHONOGRAPH

EDISON STANDARD PHONOGRAPH, Model C, serial number 462769, with oak dome-top case.

Lot: 1692 - COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO. GRAPHOPHONE

COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO. GRAPHOPHONE, Type C, with oak dome-top case, crane, and horn.

Lot: 1693 - COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE

COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE, oak case, serial number 606773. Retains likely original finish.

Lot: 1694 - EDISON GEM PHONOGRAPH

EDISON GEM PHONOGRAPH, with horn and crane, fitted in an oak case, serial number 248484.

Lot: 1695 - EDISON STANDARD PHONOGRAPH

EDISON STANDARD PHONOGRAPH, oak case with flower-style horn, serial number 631548. Horn retains remnants of original label, and has a stamped patent date.

Lot: 1696 - VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO. FLOOR MODEL VICTROLA

VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO. FLOOR MODEL VICTROLA, Model VV4-40, case with mahogany finish, serial number 81537.

Lot: 1697 - THOMAS A. EDISON MODEL A PHONOGRAPH

THOMAS A. EDISON MODEL A PHONOGRAPH, housed in an oak case, no banner deal, with horn crane, and horn. No banner decal. Retains likely original finish.

Lot: 1698 - EDISON STANDARD PHONOGRAPH

EDISON STANDARD PHONOGRAPH, Model E, oak dome-top case, with serial number 79953.

Lot: 1699 - COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO. GRAPHOPHONE

COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO. GRAPHOPHONE, Type No. 6912, oak case with lidded top and horn, retains original labels. Case retains original varnished surfaced.

Lot: 1700 - BRUNSWICK SEVILLE PHONOGRAPH

BRUNSWICK SEVILLE PHONOGRAPH, with two hinged doors, serial number 124759. Retains original finished surface.

Lot: 1701 - EDISON DISC UPRIGHT PHONOGRAPH

EDISON DISC UPRIGHT PHONOGRAPH, Model S19. Retains likely original finished surface. Together with phonograph disc. Two pieces total.

Lot: 1702 - VICTOR VICTROLA MODEL VV-XIV PHONOGRAPH

VICTOR VICTROLA MODEL VV-XIV PHONOGRAPH, case with decorative trim, serial number 81712E, key present. Retains likely original mahogany finish. Together with fourteen RCA Victor Records books, one with four records, including the "Index of Victor

Lot: 1703 - EDISON DISC CABINET PHONOGRAPH

EDISON DISC CABINET PHONOGRAPH, Floor Model A100. Retains likely original mahogany finish. Together with phonograph disc. Two pieces total.

Lot: 1704 - COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA GRAPHOPHONE / GRAMOPHONE

COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA GRAPHOPHONE / GRAMOPHONE, housed in an oak case, serial number 84878. Retains likely original finish. Probably Savoy or Favourite models.

Lot: 1705 - VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO. PHONOGRAPH

VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO. PHONOGRAPH, Style VV-VI, oak case with double doors and label on the side, serial number 452571.

Lot: 1706 - THE AEOLIAN COMPANY VOCALION

THE AEOLIAN COMPANY VOCALION, Style D, with oak case, serial number 39426.

Lot: 1707 - GREAT NORTHERN MFR. CO. HARMONY PHONOGRAPH

GREAT NORTHERN MFR. CO. HARMONY PHONOGRAPH, Type D, oak case, with red-painted morning glory horn.

Lot: 1708 - VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO. GRAMOPHONE

VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO. GRAMOPHONE, Model VV-IV, oak case with hinged double doors, serial number 52946A, original manufacturer's label to side.

Lot: 1709 - RISHELL PHONOGRAPH

RISHELL PHONOGRAPH, No. 20 model, with mahogany finish.

Lot: 1710 - COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA PHONOGRAPH

COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA PHONOGRAPH, Type H-2. Retains original finished surface.

Lot: 1711 - VICTOR VICTROLA CONSOLETTE PHONOGRAPH

VICTOR VICTROLA CONSOLETTE PHONOGRAPH, Model VV-4-3, serial number 78231.

Lot: 1712 - EDISON "CHALET" PHONOGRAPH

EDISON "CHALET" PHONOGRAPH, Model B19, front case with cross-hatch pattern, serial number 18837, with hand crank. Retains original varnished surface. With "Susie" disc. Two pieces total.

Lot: 1713 - VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO. MODEL VV-VIII

VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO. MODEL VV-VIII PHONOGRAPH, oak case, with two hinged doors, serial number 93697, with hand crank. Retains original varnished surface.

Lot: 1714 - VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO. PHONOGRAPH

VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO. PHONOGRAPH, Model VV-VI, serial number 495084, oak case with double doors and label on the side.

Lot: 1715 - VICTOR TALKING MACHINE COMPANY PHONOGRAPH

VICTOR TALKING MACHINE COMPANY PHONOGRAPH, Style VV-IV, serial number 69765, oak case with double doors and applied label on the side.

Lot: 1716 - THE LANGUAGE PHONE INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF

THE LANGUAGE PHONE INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF LANGUAGE PHONOGRAPH, oak case, with light blue-painted morning glory horn.

Lot: 1717 - COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA TABLETOP PHONOGRAPH

COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA TABLETOP PHONOGRAPH, mahogany case. Retains likely original finish.

Lot: 1718 - ART NOUVEAU MAHOGANY SHEET MUSIC CABINET

ART NOUVEAU MAHOGANY SHEET MUSIC CABINET, with beveled-mirror, above two hinged doors, concealing a fitted interior. Retains original finish.

Lot: 1719 - ELVIS PRESLEY RECORDS AND EPHEMERA

ELVIS PRESLEY RECORDS AND EPHEMERA, RCA labels, including "Love Me Tender" and "Can't Help Falling In Love", and ephemera includes "The World of Elvis" which includes full-color poster.

Lot: 1720 - ASSORTED CYLINDER RECORDS, LOT OF 62

ASSORTED CYLINDER RECORDS, LOT OF 62, comprising 60 Edison examples, including case for John Philip Sousa "STARS AND STRIPES / FOREVER MARCH", and one Columbia and Oxford examples.

Lot: 1720A - ASSORTED EDISON STANDARD CYLINDERS, UNCOUNTED LOT

ASSORTED EDISON STANDARD CYLINDERS, UNCOUNTED LOT, more than 50 pieces, including "Pride of the Prairie", "Darling Nellie Gray", and "Hawaiian Moonlight".

Lot: 1721 - ASSORTED MUSIC GENRE RECORDS, UNCOUNTED LOT

ASSORTED MUSIC GENRE RECORDS, UNCOUNTED LOT, including Edison phonograph, labels include Capital, Victor, one King example, and two From Aladdin, comprising Louis Jordan "I'll Die Happy", and Maxwell Davis "Popsicle".

Lot: 1722 - ASSORTED MUSIC GENRE RECORDS, UNCOUNTED LOT

ASSORTED MUSIC GENRE RECORDS, UNCOUNTED LOT, including Aladdin, comprising of Lester Young and His Sextet, "Peppermint" Harris with Maxwell Davis, and four from King Records.

Lot: 1723 - ASSORTED MUSIC GENRE RECORDS, UNCOUNTED LOT

ASSORTED MUSIC GENRE RECORDS, UNCOUNTED LOT, including Capital, Decca, and Victor labels.

Lot: 1724 - VINTAGE GERMAN ADDIATOR CALCULATOR

VINTAGE GERMAN ADDIATOR CALCULATOR, double sided in original leather folding case, stamped "M032479" on reset bar, lacking original pen.

Lot: 1725 - WESTERN ELECTRIC CANDLESTICK PHONE

WESTERN ELECTRIC CANDLESTICK PHONE, with Courtesy Coin Box, applied brass plate stamped "AMERICAN TEL & TEL CO / 323 / PAT U.S.A. JAN 14 1913", base is stamped "PAT IN USA JAN 26 15 / WESTERN ELECTRIC / MADE IN USA".

Lot: 1726 - ANTIQUE COPPER WALL TELEPHONE

ANTIQUE COPPER WALL TELEPHONE, fiddle-back, with copper mounted mouth piece, central two-bell box with receiver, and hand crank, no markings.

Lot: 1727 - TELEPHONE EXCHANGE SWITCHBOARD

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE SWITCHBOARD, oak case, no manufacturers markings, keys include "NIGHT SERVICE" and "TRUNK HOLDING". Retains likely original finish.

Lot: 1728 - PAUL IMMEL (MONTANA / WASHINGTON, 1896-1964)

PAUL IMMEL (MONTANA / WASHINGTON, 1896-1964) STILL-LIFE PAINTING, watercolor on paper, pink and white cosmos flowers in a red bowl on a table top, signed lower left. Housed in an old frame.

Lot: 1729 - JOHN B. FOSTER (AMERICAN, 1965-1930) HARBOR SCENE

JOHN B. FOSTER (AMERICAN, 1965-1930) HARBOR SCENE, watercolor on board, possibly Gloucester, MA, signed and dated in lower right corner "J.B. FOSTER. / 1902.".

Lot: 1730 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) LANDSCAPE PAINTING

AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) LANDSCAPE PAINTING, oil on canvas, in the manner of a Hudson River scene, signed and dated in the lower right corner "J.D. MARTINI / 1892.". Housed in a later frame.

Lot: 1731 - CECIL ALDIN (BRITISH 1870-1935) "THE CHRISTMAS

CECIL ALDIN (BRITISH 1870-1935) "THE CHRISTMAS DINNER AT THE INN" LARGE PRINT, paper on board, no signature located.

Lot: 1732 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (LATE 19TH C.) LANDSCAPE PAINTING

AMERICAN SCHOOL (LATE 19TH C.) LANDSCAPE PAINTING, watercolor and ink on paper, a calm scene with a figure reading by a stream, with blue mountains in the background. Housed under glass in a modern frame.

Lot: 1733 - ANTIQUE LEADED-GLASS TRANSOM WINDOW

ANTIQUE LEADED-GLASS TRANSOM WINDOW, rectangular form of segmented clear beveled-glass panels.

Lot: 1734 - FRENCH AND OTHER PAINT-DECORATED HAND FANS, LOT OF

FRENCH AND OTHER PAINT-DECORATED HAND FANS, LOT OF TWO, comprising a French example having mother-of-pearl handles with floral designs and pierced accents, a hand-painted image of a woman on cream fabric ground, and likely original box with

Lot: 1735 - VIRGINIA ANTEBELLUM FANCY WORK WAX FLOWER

VIRGINIA ANTEBELLUM FANCY WORK WAX FLOWER ARRANGEMENT IN DISPLAY BOX, colored wax flowers and leaves, some with hand-painted detailing and one flower with a doll head, having wrapped wire stems tied to stick supports, presented in pine cone covered

Lot: 1736 - VICTORIAN WAX FLOWER SHADOW BOXES, LOT OF FIVE

VICTORIAN WAX FLOWER SHADOW BOXES, LOT OF FIVE, each small example arranged into a small bouquet with ribbon bows on a black background, large example with allover flowers, possibly for mourning. Each housed under glass in an ornate gilt molded

Lot: 1737 - CHINESE CARVED CINNABAR LACQUERED WOODEN BOX

CHINESE CARVED CINNABAR LACQUERED WOODEN BOX, having a bas-relief carved outdoor scene to cover featuring two figures, rocks, and trees enclosed by a rectangular scrolled border, sides of cover and base with overall diamond pattern, black interior

Lot: 1738 - SWISS / GERMAN BLACK FOREST CARVED FIGURAL DOG

SWISS / GERMAN BLACK FOREST CARVED FIGURAL DOG INKWELL, featuring a shaggy dog with glass eyes, holding a pen in its mouth, hinged top conceals a spot for two inkwells.

Lot: 1738A - ASSORTED DESK AND RELATED ARTICLES, LOT OF FIVE

ASSORTED DESK AND RELATED ARTICLES, LOT OF FIVE, comprising a pair of molded chalk figures, a two-part gilt-brass and glass inkstand, a china-frame Waterbury standup clock, and two pasteboard boxes.

Lot: 1739 - ASSORTED GERMAN STEINS, LOT OF FOUR

ASSORTED GERMAN STEINS, LOT OF FOUR, each with hinged lids, comprising two ceramic, including one with monogramed initials on the lid, pewter with monogramed initials, and glass with carved stag handle examples, with monogramed initials on the

Lot: 1740 - ASSORTED ANTIQUE / VINTAGE EYE GLASSES /

ASSORTED ANTIQUE / VINTAGE EYE GLASSES / SPECTACLES, LOT OF 21, including five in possibly original cases, and safety glasses examples.

Lot: 1741 - ITALIAN "LA LUPA CAPITOLINA" BRONZE STATUE

ITALIAN "LA LUPA CAPITOLINA" BRONZE STATUE, depicting Romulus and Remus being suckling by a she-wolf, figures bolted to a bronze base.

Lot: 1742 - BENEDICT STUDIOS ARTS & CRAFTS COPPER CHAMBERSTICK

BENEDICT STUDIOS ARTS & CRAFTS COPPER CHAMBERSTICK, hammered surface and original patina, marked to underside of base.

Lot: 1743 - ASSORTED LADIES PRINTS, LOT OF FOUR

ASSORTED LADIES PRINTS, LOT OF FOUR, including one titled "THE BEAUTIFUL EMPRESS.", by Currier & Ives. Housed under glass in a folk art walnut frame. Frame possibly Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.

Lot: 1744 - WALL-MOUNTED STEER HORNS

WALL-MOUNTED STEER HORNS, applied to a piece of oak.

Lot: 1745 - ASSORTED DECORATIVE ARTICLES / NOVELTIES, LOT OF

ASSORTED DECORATIVE ARTICLES / NOVELTIES, LOT OF EIGHT, including a chalkware Kewpie doll bank, a bust of a woman, and Asian articles.

Lot: 1746 - OAK CHURCH HYMNAL BOARD

OAK CHURCH HYMNAL BOARD, with cut-out trefoil and triangle, symbolizing the trinity. Retains original varnished surface with warm color.

Lot: 1747 - VICTORIAN DOUBLE FLOAT LAMP

VICTORIAN DOUBLE FLOAT LAMP, twisted metal standard terminating two hanging hooks, two blue opalescent cups fitted into twisted metal hanging frames, black glass base.

Lot: 1748 - VINTAGE LADY'S MINK FUR COAT

VINTAGE LADY'S MINK FUR COAT, interior with patterned lining depicting windmills. With stitched labels to interior "Palais Royal / THE HOUSE OF FASHION / STAUNTON, VIRGINIA ". Two detached cuffs and mink shawl.

Lot: 1749 - BRONZE-TONED METAL UMBRELLA STAND

BRONZE-TONED METAL UMBRELLA STAND, featuring overall Classical-style bas-relief design featuring two repeating bands of children with scholar objects including a globe, scrolls of paper, and books, center scrolled center, top and bottom band having

Lot: 1750 - BLACK SLATE AND MARBLE CHIMNEY GARNITURE SET

BLACK SLATE AND MARBLE CHIMNEY GARNITURE SET, with decorative accents.

Lot: 1751 - WELLER ART POTTERY ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO

WELLER ART POTTERY ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, comprising a Roma triple bud vase, impressed "WELLER" to underside, and a Creamware candlestick with "Cameo" pattern, unmarked. Weller, Zanesville, Ohio.

Lot: 1752 - MEERSCHAUM CARVED FIGURAL PIPES WITH CASES, LOT OF

MEERSCHAUM CARVED FIGURAL PIPES WITH CASES, LOT OF TWO, depicting a galloping stag, and a pharaoh's style horse with fox, both cases marked "WARRANTED / GENUINE / MEERSCHAUM".

Lot: 1753 - MEERSCHAUM CARVED FIGURAL PIPES WITH CASES, LOT OF

MEERSCHAUM CARVED FIGURAL PIPES WITH CASES, LOT OF THREE, comprising a curved raptor talon, hand holding the pipe bowl, and an Arabian man. Together with a Meerschaum pipe having chased gold-plate decoration (not tested), with case. Four pieces

Lot: 1754 - SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA,

SHENANDOAH CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, FIGURED WALNUT TALL-CASE CLOCK, brass and wood eight-day movement with painted wooden face, hood with swan's neck, broken-arch pediment, ogee-molded cornice, glazed tombstone door, and turned

Lot: 1755 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA LATE FEDERAL WALNUT

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA LATE FEDERAL WALNUT SLANT FRONT DESK, dovetailed case with thumb-molded hinged lid over four graduated drawers with cockbeaded edges, flanked by applied reeded stiles, solid ends, the whole raised on turned feet with

Lot: 1756 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WALNUT CHEST OF

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WALNUT CHEST OF DRAWERS, rectangular two-board top over four graduated drawers, panelled ends, raised on turned feet formed from the stiles. Poplar secondary wood. Retains likely original turned wooden knobs and an old

Lot: 1756A - PAGE CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA CARVED

PAGE CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA CARVED WALNUT DRESSER / CHEST OF DRAWERS, two-board rectangular top with two glove boxes, three dovetailed drawers with wood knop pulls, attached mirror with shield-shaped carved pediment and two candle

Lot: 1757 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA PAINT-DECORATED

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA PAINT-DECORATED POPLAR AND MAHOGANY STAND TABLE, book-matched crotch mahogany veneers to drawer facings, paint-decorated surface to stiles, turned legs with ebonized surface. Yellow pine secondary wood. Retains likely

Lot: 1758 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA FIGURED WALNUT

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA FIGURED WALNUT WASHSTAND, rectangular one-board top fitted with applied shaped gallery over single full drawer, raised on baluster-turned legs joined with box stretcher and lower shelf. Yellow pine secondary wood. Old

Lot: 1759 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WALNUT STAND TABLE /

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WALNUT STAND TABLE / LAMP STAND, square one-board top over a single drawer fitted with likely original lock and small brass knob, raised on tall square-tapered legs. Yellow pine secondary wood. Old surface with warm

Lot: 1760 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA PAINTED WALNUT

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA PAINTED WALNUT CANDLESTAND, molded dish-top, above stylized baluster-form standard, raised on elaborate scroll feet. Retains a later red-painted surface. Possibly Rockbridge Co.

Lot: 1761 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WALNUT FALL-LEAF

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WALNUT FALL-LEAF DINING TABLE, rectangular top fitted with two hinged fall leaves raised on six turned legs, two of which swivel to support the leaves. Yellow pine secondary wood. Old surface with rich color. Possibly

Lot: 1762 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA STOOLS, LOT OF THREE

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA STOOLS, LOT OF THREE, comprising two three-legged, plank-seat examples and a split-bottom, turned example (possibly altered from a side chair) with likely original single-weave seat.

Lot: 1763 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WALNUT STAND TABLE

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WALNUT STAND TABLE, rectangular top over a single drawer, raised on square-tapered legs. Yellow pine secondary wood. Old refinished surface with mellow color.

Lot: 1764 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA POPLAR WASHSTAND

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA POPLAR WASHSTAND, rectangular top fitted with applied shaped gallery over single full drawer, raised on ring-turned legs joined with lower shelf exhibiting double-ogee, cupid's-bow profile. Yellow pine and poplar

Lot: 1765 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA SPLIT-BOTTOM AND

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA SPLIT-BOTTOM AND BACK ROCKERS, LOT OF TWO, each likely oak / hickory, one with turned finials and varnished surface, the other with possibly original painted surface.

Lot: 1766 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WALNUT CRADLE

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WALNUT CRADLE, shaped sides, slated bottom, and cheese-cutter rockers. Refinished surface.

Lot: 1767 - VIRGINIA YELLOW PINE SERVING TABLE

VIRGINIA YELLOW PINE SERVING TABLE, two-board top, raised on tall square-tapered legs. Retains an old-refinished surface with mild color.

Lot: 1768 - VIRGINIA YELLOW PINE BLANKET CHEST

VIRGINIA YELLOW PINE BLANKET CHEST, the strap-hinged lid with applied edge moldings over a dovetailed case, raised on an applied cut-out bracket-foot base. Refinished surface.

Lot: 1769 - VIRGINIA SPLIT-BOTTOM CHILD'S CHAIRS, LOT OF TWO

VIRGINIA SPLIT-BOTTOM CHILD'S CHAIRS, LOT OF TWO, comprising one side and one armchair, each with two-slat back and turned finials.

Lot: 1770 - ASSORTED PLANK-SEAT SIDE CHAIRS, LOT OF FOUR

ASSORTED PLANK-SEAT SIDE CHAIRS, LOT OF FOUR, including two with bamboo-style turnings. Two examples retain an old white-painted surface, and two retain an old-refinished surface with mild color.

Lot: 1771 - SOUTHERN PAINTED POPLAR STAND TABLE

SOUTHERN PAINTED POPLAR STAND TABLE, rectangular one-board top over single short drawer, raised on square-tapered legs. Old red- and black-painted surface.

Lot: 1772 - SOUTHERN PAINTED CHILD'S SPLIT-BOTTOM ARM CHAIR

SOUTHERN PAINTED CHILD'S SPLIT-BOTTOM ARM CHAIR, maple and oak / hickory, two-slat back with turned acorn-style finials, likely original woven-splint seat, and box stretcher. Retains an early green-painted surface.

Lot: 1773 - SOUTHERN WALNUT CELLARET / BOTTLE CASE

SOUTHERN WALNUT CELLARET / BOTTLE CASE, hinged top with later battens, over dovetailed case, with simple applied edged moldings. Retains an old refinished surface with warm color.

Lot: 1774 - SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE BUCKET BENCH / CROCK SHELF

SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE BUCKET BENCH / CROCK SHELF, with four fixed-shelves, sides with cut-out bootjack ends. Retains traces of blue paint.

Lot: 1775 - BALTIMORE PAINTED-DECORATED FANCY SIDE CHAIRS, LOT

BALTIMORE PAINTED-DECORATED FANCY SIDE CHAIRS, LOT OF SIX, each with pierced horizontal splat and worn original black-painted surface with gilt embellishment. Together with one armchair. Seven pieces total.

Lot: 1776 - BALTIMORE PAINTED-DECORATED FANCY SIDE CHAIRS, LOT

BALTIMORE PAINTED-DECORATED FANCY SIDE CHAIRS, LOT OF NINE, each sabre-leg form with worn original red-painted surface bearing stenciled gilt embellishment.

Lot: 1777 - BALTIMORE CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY TILT-TOP

BALTIMORE CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY TILT-TOP CANDLESTAND, one board top with dish-molded edge, battens to the underside, raised on an urn-form pedestal and tripod base with cabriole legs terminating in pad feet. Retains original surface with rich color.

Lot: 1778 - PENNSYLVANIA WALNUT DUTCH CUPBOARD

PENNSYLVANIA WALNUT DUTCH CUPBOARD, two-piece construction, upper case with bold applied cornice, two eight-light doors, pie shelf, lower case with three short drawers, fielded-panel doors, and applied dovetailed cut-out bracket-foot base. Poplar

Lot: 1779 - PENNSYLVANIA PAINTED PINE FEED TROUGH

PENNSYLVANIA PAINTED PINE FEED TROUGH, canted form of nailed construction, retaining early blue-painted surface over original red.

Lot: 1780 - MID-ATLANTIC PAINTED POPLAR BLANKET CHEST

MID-ATLANTIC PAINTED POPLAR BLANKET CHEST, hinged lid with applied edge moldings, dovetailed case fitted with lidded till, all raised on an applied cut-out bracket-foot base. Retains an old salmon-painted surface.

Lot: 1781 - MID-ATLANTIC PAINTED POPLAR STAND TABLE

MID-ATLANTIC PAINTED POPLAR STAND TABLE, two-board scrubbed top above single full scratch-beaded drawer, raised on tall turned legs. Retains likely original red-painted surface.

Lot: 1782 - MID-ATLANTIC WALNUT MINIATURE BLANKET CHEST

MID-ATLANTIC WALNUT MINIATURE BLANKET CHEST, snipe-hinged lid with molded edge over a dovetailed case raised on an applied cut-out bracket-foot base. Poplar secondary wood. Old refinished surface with warm color.

Lot: 1783 - MID-ATLANTIC, POSSIBLY MARYLAND, CHIPPENDALE SOFA

MID-ATLANTIC, POSSIBLY MARYLAND, CHIPPENDALE SOFA, camel-back form with square-tapered legs. Possibly Maryland.

Lot: 1784 - MID-ATLANTIC POPLAR BLANKET CHEST

MID-ATLANTIC POPLAR BLANKET CHEST, hinged rectangular top, dovetailed case, applied cut-out bracket-foot base. Refinished surface.

Lot: 1785 - MID-ATLANTIC CLASSICAL MAHOGANY CANDLESTAND

MID-ATLANTIC CLASSICAL MAHOGANY CANDLESTAND, shaped one-board top above stylized baluster-form standard, raised on three shaped legs terminating in ball feet. Retains possibly original surface with warm color. Retains original surface with warm

Lot: 1786 - COUNTRY PAINTED YELLOW PINE PUNCHED-TIN-PANELLED

COUNTRY PAINTED YELLOW PINE PUNCHED-TIN-PANELLED FOOD / PIE SAFE, possibly composed of old materials, fitted with 19th-century tins with design featuring double-handled urn, stars, and six-petal rosette. Modern yellow-painted surface.

Lot: 1787 - COUNTRY WALNUT HUTCH / CHAIR TABLE

COUNTRY WALNUT HUTCH / CHAIR TABLE, four-board circular top secured with battens to underside, chair-form base of through-mortised construction. Old surface with warm color.

Lot: 1788 - AMERICAN COUNTRY MAPLE BUTCHER'S BLOCK

AMERICAN COUNTRY MAPLE BUTCHER'S BLOCK, substantial solid block of laminated construction, four removable legs.

Lot: 1789 - AMERICAN COUNTRY WALNUT CORNER CUPBOARD

AMERICAN COUNTRY WALNUT CORNER CUPBOARD, one-piece construction, cove-molded cornice, fielded-panel doors, single drawer at waist. Refinished surface.

Lot: 1790 - AMERICAN COUNTRY PAINTED FARM TABLE

AMERICAN COUNTRY PAINTED FARM TABLE, two-board scrubbed rectangular top, single small drawer with wooden knob, raised on square-tapered legs, Old blue-painted surface.

Lot: 1791 - AMERICAN COUNTRY CHERRY FLATWALL CUPBOARD

AMERICAN COUNTRY CHERRY FLATWALL CUPBOARD, applied cornice, fielded-panel doors, cut-out skirt, solid ends. Old refinished surface.

Lot: 1792 - AMERICAN COUNTRY WALNUT DRYSINK

AMERICAN COUNTRY WALNUT DRYSINK, diminutive form with shallow well, two fielded-panel doors, solid ends. Nice dry early surface with rich color.

Lot: 1793 - AMERICAN PAINT-DECORATED SEATING FURNITURE, LOT OF

AMERICAN PAINT-DECORATED SEATING FURNITURE, LOT OF THREE, settee and two side chairs, each with rush seat, ball-and-bar splat, and gold decoration against a black ground, chairs with stenciled crest rails, retaining an early painted surface.

Lot: 1795 - AMERICAN COUNTRY PINE CROCK SHELVES / BUCKET BENCH

AMERICAN COUNTRY PINE CROCK SHELVES / BUCKET BENCH, dovetailed construction, canted form, four shelves with molded edge. Old refinished surface.

Lot: 1796 - AMERICAN PAINTED POPLAR AND PINE CUPBOARD TOP

AMERICAN PAINTED POPLAR AND PINE CUPBOARD TOP, two hinged fielded-panel doors concealing three shelves, three short drawers below, solid ends. Retaining likely original brass pulls and dry red-painted surface.

Lot: 1797 - AMERICAN WALNUT STAND TABLE

AMERICAN WALNUT STAND TABLE, one-board top with molded edges, above two-drawers with wooden knobs, raised on turned feet. Retains an old-refinished surface with warm color.

Lot: 1798 - AMERICAN CHERRY BOWFRONT HANGING WALL CUPBOARD

AMERICAN CHERRY BOWFRONT HANGING WALL CUPBOARD, applied molded cornice, single fielded-panel door concealing two shelves with cut-outs. Warm surface.

Lot: 1799 - VIRGINIA COUNTRY PAINTED PINE BENCH

VIRGINIA COUNTRY PAINTED PINE BENCH, with cut-outs. Retains an old red- and mustard-painted surface. Discovered in Crozet, VA.

Lot: 1800 - AMERICAN WALNUT BALLOT BOX

AMERICAN WALNUT BALLOT BOX, nailed construction, hinged lid with cut-out slot, case with cabinet lock, lacking key, the whole raised on four later applied ball feet. Retains an old-refinished surface with warm color.

Lot: 1801 - AMERICAN FIGURED MAPLE HANGING CUPBOARD

AMERICAN FIGURED MAPLE HANGING CUPBOARD, featuring single hinged fielded-panel door and bank of five graduated drawers, applied moldings, backboards inscribed, in part, "Birthday gift for Marian". Pine secondary wood. Original knobs and surface.

Lot: 1802 - MID-ATLANTIC FEDERAL TIGER MAPLE POSTER BED

MID-ATLANTIC FEDERAL TIGER MAPLE POSTER BED, turned urn-and-baluster posts, plain headboard. Retains an old surface with warm color.

Lot: 1803 - AMERICAN COUNTRY DOUGH BOX WITH LID

AMERICAN COUNTRY DOUGH BOX WITH LID, raised on square-tapered legs. Retains an old-refinished surface with mild color. Probably Virginia.

Lot: 1804 - ASSORTED AMERICAN PLANK-SEAT SIDE CHAIRS, LOT OF

ASSORTED AMERICAN PLANK-SEAT SIDE CHAIRS, LOT OF THREE, including one Windsor arrow-back form. Each retain an old-refinished surface with mild color.

Lot: 1805 - NEW ENGLAND PAINTED LADDERBACK CHAIR

NEW ENGLAND PAINTED LADDERBACK CHAIR, rush-seat, four arched slats, posts with turned finials, double box stretcher, front legs terminating in ball feet. Retains an old red-painted surface.

Lot: 1806 - MID-ATLANTIC FEDERAL CHERRY CANOPY BED

MID-ATLANTIC FEDERAL CHERRY CANOPY BED, turned ring-and-urn posts, retains an early surface with rich color.

Lot: 1807 - AMERICAN CHILD'S ROCKING CHAIRS, LOT OF TWO

AMERICAN CHILD'S ROCKING CHAIRS, LOT OF TWO, comprising a country mixed-wood ladderback example, likely Southern, with woven-rush seat, and a Victorian example with caned seat and back.

Lot: 1808 - AMERICAN PAINT-DECORATED PLANK-BOTTOM CHAIR

AMERICAN PAINT-DECORATED PLANK-BOTTOM CHAIR, tablet-back, raised on two front-turned feet, with off-set box stretcher. Retains an old black- and gold-trim-painted surface, with floral designs on the tablet-back.

Lot: 1809 - AMERICAN SHAKER STYLE "BROTHER GREGORY" ROCKER

AMERICAN SHAKER STYLE "BROTHER GREGORY" ROCKER, with acorn finials, seven spindle back, and shaped arm rests with flattened mushroom caps. Retains original dry varnished surface.

Lot: 1810 - AMERICAN RUSH-SEAT LADDERBACK SIDE CHAIR

AMERICAN RUSH-SEAT LADDERBACK SIDE CHAIR, with probably original rush-seat, three-slat back with turned finials, and double-box stretcher. Retains an old refinished surface with mild color.

Lot: 1810A - AMERICAN VICTORIAN WALNUT BUREAU / CHEST OF

AMERICAN VICTORIAN WALNUT BUREAU / CHEST OF DRAWERS, in the Eastlake style, one-board top with beveled edges, three machine-cut dovetailed drawers with incised floral motifs to fronts having brass pulls, raised on shaped feet. Poplar secondary wood.

Lot: 1811 - ANTIQUE METAL AND BRASS LOCK BOX

ANTIQUE METAL AND BRASS LOCK BOX, with applied brass tacks in the form of hearts.

Lot: 1811A - FEDERAL-STYLE MAHOGANY SOFA

FEDERAL-STYLE MAHOGANY SOFA, bowed crest rail and reeded arm supports, raised on reeded feet, down-filled cushion.

Lot: 1812 - GEORGIAN REVIVAL / QUEEN ANNE-STYLE MAHOGANY

GEORGIAN REVIVAL / QUEEN ANNE-STYLE MAHOGANY LADY'S SECRETARY DESK, slant front with shell, swag, and urn inlay, three dovetailed drawers, interior with compartments and small drawers, raised on cabriole legs with claw-and-ball feet. Retains warm

Lot: 1813 - VICTORIAN LOUIS XV REVIVAL-STYLE MARBLE-TOP

VICTORIAN LOUIS XV REVIVAL-STYLE MARBLE-TOP ROSEWOOD SIDE TABLE, beveled-edge shaped white marble top with floral carving to skirt, supported by four scrolled legs with fish-type head tops on porcelain casters. Likely original warm surface.

Lot: 1814 - CONTINENTAL PAINT-DECORATED PINE DOME-TOP TRUNK

CONTINENTAL PAINT-DECORATED PINE DOME-TOP TRUNK, hinged top, dovetailed construction. Retains traces of an old paint-decorated surface.

Lot: 1815 - ASSORTED WALL MIRRORS, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED WALL MIRRORS, LOT OF TWO, comprising a rectangular example with a gilt and gesso molded frame, and an oval example with a molded frame having faux-wood painted finish.

Lot: 1816 - CANVAS COVERED TRUNK

CANVAS COVERED TRUNK, bound in leather with dome nail-head studs, corners and edges reinforced with metal, brass locks and catches. Lock marked "EAGLE LOCK CO. TERRYVILLE CT. / PAT. Dec. 6 1892", trunk with painted "F.T.D. / Richmond, Va." to one

Lot: 1817 - CONTINENTAL WOODEN NECESSARY / FOYER CHAIR

CONTINENTAL WOODEN NECESSARY / FOYER CHAIR, with shaped arm rails, over a hinged door, concealing an open interior. Retains an old refinished surface with mellow color.

Lot: 1818 - PAINTED FOLDING CARD TABLE AND EMPTY PICTURE

PAINTED FOLDING CARD TABLE AND EMPTY PICTURE FRAMES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a card table with cloth top having painted scene of two women wearing bonnets and hoop skirt dresses, metal capped corners, and four folding wooden legs, and three gesso

Lot: 1819 - ANTIQUE LEG REST / STOOL

ANTIQUE LEG REST / STOOL, having a wooden X-form frame on curved rockers, top with green and red velvet upholstery with scrolling vine pattern. Retains likely original warm surface.

Lot: 1820 - FEDERAL-STYLE GILTWOOD CONVEX WALL MIRROR

FEDERAL-STYLE GILTWOOD CONVEX WALL MIRROR, gilt painted frame featuring an eagle crest, and possibly original glass with a ball decorated surround.

Lot: 1821 - ASSORTED WOODEN ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED WOODEN ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, comprising an Eastlake-style walnut comb / wall box with carved accents and a center mirror, and a folk art plant stand with black-painted surface and octagonal top.

Lot: 1822 - ANTIQUE STEAMER TRUNK

ANTIQUE STEAMER TRUNK, with leather handles.

Lot: 1823 - ASSORTED FURNITURE HARDWARE, LOT OF 25

ASSORTED FURNITURE HARDWARE, LOT OF 25, comprising a pair of brass pull backplates with spread-wing eagle motifs, four carved wood furniture brackets, and 19 assorted furniture hardware including pulls and casters. Together with a carved wooden

Lot: 1824 - SOUTHERN DECORATIVE ARTS REFERENCE VOLUMES, LOT OF

SOUTHERN DECORATIVE ARTS REFERENCE VOLUMES, LOT OF TWO, comprising Rauschenberg, Bradford L. and Bivins, John Jr., "The Furniture of Charleston 1680 - 1820", in three volumes, and Frist Art Museum "Art of Tennessee". Hard and soft covers.

Lot: 1825 - J.E. CALDWELL & CO. MAHOGANY GRANDMOTHER TALL-CASE

J.E. CALDWELL & CO. MAHOGANY GRANDMOTHER TALL-CASE CLOCK, eight-day brass movement, housed in broken-arch pediment hood, tombstone-arched glass panel door, over rectangular case having single light door, supported on base with simple applied

Lot: 1826 - ITHACA CALENDAR CLOCK CO. FASHION SHELF CLOCK

ITHACA CALENDAR CLOCK CO. FASHION SHELF CLOCK, eight-day movement, coil-gong chime; rectangular oak case with applied molding, hinged front having two circular windows revealing clock dial above calendar dial; paper dials, calendar dial having

Lot: 1827 - WATERBURY CLOCK CO. BANJO CLOCK

WATERBURY CLOCK CO. BANJO CLOCK, two glass panels with foliate motifs in red, black, white, and gilt, mahogany case with pierced-brass side arms, egg-shaped finial. Pendulum, weight, and key present.

Lot: 1828 - DANIEL PRATT'S SONS ROSEWOOD SHELF CLOCK

DANIEL PRATT'S SONS ROSEWOOD SHELF CLOCK, eight-day movement, rosewood or walnut case, glass-inset door featuring crossed cornucopias to lower panel, "Paul F. Fisk / Horologist / Charlottesville, VA" label to back. Pendulum, weight, and key present.

Lot: 1829 - GERMAN CUCKOO CLOCK

GERMAN CUCKOO CLOCK, with carved leaves, and stamped "MADE IN GERMANY". Pendulum, and two weights. Together with an Ingraham & Co Clock, Bristol Conn, with pendulum. Two pieces total.

Lot: 1829A - ASSORTED CLOCKS, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED CLOCKS, LOT OF TWO, comprising a shelf clock with plastic/resin case, bell to top, movement marked for Ansonia Clock Co. of New York and patent date of June 13, 1882, and having pendulum and weight, and a round wall clock with metal case.

Lot: 1830 - VIRGINIA "NORFOLK AND WESTERN" FOLK ART PAINTED

VIRGINIA "NORFOLK AND WESTERN" FOLK ART PAINTED TRAIN, comprising an engine with six cars featuring a coal car and a caboose, made from various materials including wood, metal, and plastic, having black, white, and red painted finish.

Lot: 1831 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA PAINT-DECORATED

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA PAINT-DECORATED YELLOW PINE AND POPLAR DIMINUTIVE DISPLAY CASE, wooden frame with glazed panels, original black free-hand decoration against a yellow / ochre ground, interior with wallpaper-lined back, underside of base

Lot: 1832 - AMERICAN PAINTED FOLK ART BOAT MODEL

AMERICAN PAINTED FOLK ART BOAT MODEL, removable top, depicting a "MOORE-McCORMACK LINES / MORMACTEAL", a type C2-S-B1 ship, with two brass plaques stamped "Made by John Candido". Original surface.

Lot: 1833 - ASSORTED VINTAGE / ANTIQUE GAMEBOARDS, LOT OF FIVE

ASSORTED VINTAGE / ANTIQUE GAMEBOARDS, LOT OF FIVE, comprising "COWBOY CHECKERS" by E.E. Fairchild Corp., "A GAME OF INDIA", and a racing, circus, and animal themed gameboards. Each housed under glass is modern frames.

Lot: 1834 - ASSORTED VINTAGE / ANTIQUE GAMEBOARDS, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED VINTAGE / ANTIQUE GAMEBOARDS, LOT OF TWO, including a Chinese Checkers example. Housed under glass in a modern frame.

Lot: 1835 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY)

AMERICAN SCHOOL (LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY) FOLK ART BLACK AMERICANA DOUBLE PORTRAIT, oil on Academy board, two children in an enigmatic pose, retains New York merchant's printed label to board verso, no signature located. Housed in possibly

Lot: 1836 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (20TH C.) SHIP PORTRAIT

AMERICAN SCHOOL (20TH C.) SHIP PORTRAIT, oil on board, depicting a paddlewheel steamer ship, flying American, Japanese, and French flags, signed in lower left corner "S. BENSON". Noted on the back of the painting "S. Benson - 1st Mate". Housed in an

Lot: 1837 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY)

AMERICAN SCHOOL (LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY) FOLK ART PORTRAIT OF A SHOESHINE BOY, oil on canvas laid on plywood panel, after John George Brown (1831-1913), signed indistinctly lower right. Housed in a 19th-century molded giltwood frame.

Lot: 1838 - FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED EAGLE

FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED EAGLE, spread wing form. Retains possibly original varnished surface, with a white painted head.

Lot: 1839 - ASSORTED FOLK ART WOODEN CARVINGS, LOT OF FIVE

ASSORTED FOLK ART WOODEN CARVINGS, LOT OF FIVE, comprising an articulated doll, a black-painted pig, and three exotic animals.

Lot: 1840 - REV. HERMAN HAYES (WEST VIRGINIA 1923-2012) FOLK

REV. HERMAN HAYES (WEST VIRGINIA 1923-2012) FOLK ART TOTEM CARVING, depicting a possible strongman holding up two ladies, signed "Rev. Hayes / 1980 Wva.", original surface. Together with a folk art carving, signed "Elmer Nixon / 1989". Two pieces

Lot: 1841 - AMERICAN FOLK ART PAINTED CARVINGS, LOT OF TWO

AMERICAN FOLK ART PAINTED CARVINGS, LOT OF TWO, comprising a dog with glass eyes, and signed to the underside "E.R. Smith July 1993", and an elephant with glass eyes, not signed. Possibly the same hand.

Lot: 1842 - FOLK ART PAINTED CAR MODEL

FOLK ART PAINTED CAR MODEL, depicting an early vehicle with, headlamps, rubber tires, and upholstered seat cushions, retaining original painted surface.

Lot: 1843 - FOLK ART CARVED WORK BOX

FOLK ART CARVED WORK BOX, hinged top, with two birds guarding a nest on the top lid, and leaf and other geometric designs around the box. Retains an old stained / varnished surface with warm color.

Lot: 1844 - FOLK ART INLAID MAHOGANY DOCUMENT BOX

FOLK ART INLAID MAHOGANY DOCUMENT BOX, with brass inlay, hinged lid featuring a fish and two arrows, above a dovetailed case with bone escutcheon. Retains an old refinished surface with warm color.

Lot: 1845 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED PINE WALL BOX

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED PINE WALL BOX, with carved figural acorn designs. Retains an old refinished surface with warm color. Together with tramp art picture frame, with later applied back. Two pieces total.

Lot: 1846 - BLACK AMERICANA FOLK ART DOLL

BLACK AMERICANA FOLK ART DOLL, handmade, with stitched and stuffed fabric body, retaining likely original clothing.

Lot: 1847 - AMERICAN, POSSIBLY SOUTHERN, PAINTED RUSTIC TWIG

AMERICAN, POSSIBLY SOUTHERN, PAINTED RUSTIC TWIG DOLL ROCKING CHAIR, with likely original paint-decorated surface in blue, red, green and silver. Together with a Black Americana folk art doll. Two pieces total.

Lot: 1848 - BLACK AMERICANA FOLK ART DOLL

BLACK AMERICANA FOLK ART DOLL, handmade, with applied face to canvas body, retains likely original clothing.

Lot: 1849 - FOLK ART PAINTED FRAME

FOLK ART PAINTED FRAME, with applied geometric forms. Retains an old blue-painted surface.

Lot: 1850 - RICHMOND, VIRGINIA FOLK / TRAMP ART PICTURE FRAME

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA FOLK / TRAMP ART PICTURE FRAME, with applied tobacco leaves, made from a "TWO ORPHANS" cigar box. Photograph depicts men sitting on a porch of a "HOTEL" which can be seen in the upper right corner of the building. Frame retains

Lot: 1851 - PAIR OF PEALE'S MUSEUM HOLLOW-CUT OUT SILHOUETTES

PAIR OF PEALE'S MUSEUM HOLLOW-CUT OUT SILHOUETTES, bust-length depictions of two women, possibly sisters or a mother and daughter, one with embossed "Peale's Museum" mark. Housed together under glass in a possibly original frame. Together with folk

Lot: 1852 - HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA PRINTED AND HAND-COLORED

HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA PRINTED AND HAND-COLORED FRAKTUR, inscribed for Harrer Wagner of Berks Co., born 1856, printed by G.S. Peters, Harrisburg, PA. Housed under glass in a later frame.

Lot: 1853 - WILLIAM "BILL" RANK (PENNSYLVANIA, 1921-2000) FOLK

WILLIAM "BILL" RANK (PENNSYLVANIA, 1921-2000) FOLK ART THEOREM PAINTING, on velvet, a large example, featuring cornucopia and birds on a table top, signed lower right. Housed in possibly original artist-made frame.

Lot: 1854 - AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH C.) LANDSCAPE PAINTING

AMERICAN SCHOOL (19TH C.) LANDSCAPE PAINTING, watercolor and gouache on paper, inscribed on back "19th Century Watercolor / Natural Bridge Va.", possibly of the Lace Waterfalls below the bridge. Housed under glass, in possibly original gilt-molded

Lot: 1855 - FOLK ART DOG HOUSE

FOLK ART DOG HOUSE, a uniquely crafted example, with applied date and name "1883 / Palais Leo", the whole raised on casters. Retains original varnished surface with warm color.

Lot: 1856 - ASSORTED FOLK ART ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED FOLK ART ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, comprising a carved and painted tray featuring animals, and figures, including a man wearing a headdress, stamped on the underside "LB", top is affixed under glass, and a flame-stitch leather weight belt. Tray

Lot: 1857 - FOLK ART CHALKWARE FIGURAL WALL MOUNTS, LOT OF TWO

FOLK ART CHALKWARE FIGURAL WALL MOUNTS, LOT OF TWO, hollow-form, with wall mounts, comprising of a horse, and deer head. Original painted decoration.

Lot: 1858 - ASSORTED AMERICAN FOLK ART INKWELLS, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED AMERICAN FOLK ART INKWELLS, LOT OF TWO, comprising a Colorado ore inkwell, with applied bear fur to the underside with a note "Colorado Ore / Wilson 1882.", and a wooden example with inkwell entwined in roots, with illegible signatures on

Lot: 1859 - ASSORTED VINTAGE GAMES, LOT OF THREE

ASSORTED VINTAGE GAMES, LOT OF THREE, comprising "BAGATELLE GAME", "Airways" pinball by "Lindstrom Tool & Toy Co., Bridgeport CT", and a baseball themed dart game. Two applied to later frames, with dartboard being behind glass.

Lot: 1860 - AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED SOAPSTONE

AMERICAN FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED SOAPSTONE FIGURES, LOT OF TWO, comprising two sleeping older gentleman with whiskey bottles, signed on the underside "Ng". Possibly Tennessee or Virginia.

Lot: 1861 - FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED PAIR OF CANADIAN GOOSE

FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED PAIR OF CANADIAN GOOSE DECOYS, each having canvas body stretched over supports. Surfaces with possibly original paint.

Lot: 1862 - FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED DECOYS, LOT OF TWO

FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED DECOYS, LOT OF TWO, comprising a Canadian goose having canvas body stretched over supports and a canvasback drake with solid-body form, glass eyes, and possibly original lead weight. Drake with later added writing to base.

Lot: 1863 - FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANADIAN GOOSE DECOY

FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED CANADIAN GOOSE DECOY, hollow-body form. Surface with likely original paint having some inpainting.

Lot: 1864 - FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED DUCK DECOYS, LOT OF

FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED DUCK DECOYS, LOT OF THREE, each with solid-body form and glass eyes, two larger examples with likely original weights, smallest with "VICTOR" mark to base. Two with remnants of old paint, black example likely repainted.

Lot: 1865 - FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED DRAKE DECOYS, LOT OF

FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED DRAKE DECOYS, LOT OF TWO, each with solid-body form, glass eyes, and weight to base, comprising a redhead with a stample mark to base possibly for Animal Trap Co., and an unmarked canvasback. Each with possibly old paint.

Lot: 1866 - FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED DUCK DECOYS, LOT OF

FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED DUCK DECOYS, LOT OF TWO, each with glass eyes, comprising a mallard drake with hollow body by Charles Spiron of Currituck, NC (b. 1948), a bluebill hen with solid body and weight to base, and a goldeneye hen with solid

Lot: 1867 - FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED DUCK DECOYS, LOT OF

FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED DUCK DECOYS, LOT OF THREE, each with solid-body form and weight to base, including one example with metal tack eyes and one with an attached rubber tail and "AC" initials to base. Surfaces with possible inpaint or repaint.

Lot: 1868 - FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED DUCK DECOYS, LOT OF

FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED DUCK DECOYS, LOT OF FOUR, each with solid-body form, three with weights, comprising a pintail drake, a small green-winged teal drake with glass eyes, a green-winged teal hen possibly attributed to Jeff Fury of Rock Hall,

Lot: 1869 - FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED DUCK DECOYS, LOT OF

FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED DUCK DECOYS, LOT OF FOUR, each with solid-body form, two with weights comprising largest example with painted "G" to base and a canvasback drake with "T&G" and "M" marks to base. Some with possible inpaint.

Lot: 1870 - FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED DUCK DECOY

FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED DUCK DECOY, flat-bottom form, and yellow-painted eyes. Old working surface.

Lot: 1871 - GERMAN .800 SILVER-HANDLED AND OTHER CANES /

GERMAN .800 SILVER-HANDLED AND OTHER CANES / WALKING STICKS, LOT OF TWO, comprising one example with a silver-toned cap featuring roses to end of handle, and one with entwining serpent, impressed German mark of "800" with crown and crescent moon, and

Lot: 1872 - AMERICAN OR CONTINENTAL CARVED BONE-HANDLED CANE /

AMERICAN OR CONTINENTAL CARVED BONE-HANDLED CANE / WALKING STICK, handle featuring acorns above a jovial hunter carrying possibly a fox having a stamped "STERLING" ferrule cap and bolster with cap terminating in a 1917 Liberty Dime with the bust of

Lot: 1873 - FOLK ART CARVED BONE-HANDLED CANE / WALKING STICK

FOLK ART CARVED BONE-HANDLED CANE / WALKING STICK, handle featuring a tropical bird amongst foliage. Possibly Asian.

Lot: 1874 - HISTORICAL ULYSSES S. GRANT CANE / WALKING STICK

HISTORICAL ULYSSES S. GRANT CANE / WALKING STICK, featuring a cast-iron bust of Ulysses S. Grant and attached to a wooden shaft. Possibly for the 1868 Presidential Election. Parts possibly associated.

Lot: 1875 - FOLK ART AND OTHER WOOD CANES / WALKING STICKS,

FOLK ART AND OTHER WOOD CANES / WALKING STICKS, LOT OF FOUR, comprising three contemporary folk art pieces featuring a carved example with snake and bust handle, another carved example having an alligator/lizard and a bust, and an example with drawn

Lot: 1876 - FOLK ART CARVED SNAKE CANES / WALKING STICKS, LOT

FOLK ART CARVED SNAKE CANES / WALKING STICKS, LOT OF THREE, comprising two with serpent-entwined shafts featuring one with a horn handle and the other with a bulbous handle, and a full-length snake possibly a King Cobra.

Lot: 1877 - AMERICAN HORN-HANDLED CANES / WALKING STICKS, LOT

AMERICAN HORN-HANDLED CANES / WALKING STICKS, LOT OF THREE, comprising one with mother of pearl insert, one with engraved initial "D", and one terminating in a make-do brass ferrule.

Lot: 1878 - FOLK ART FIGURAL CANES / WALKING STICKS, LOT OF

FOLK ART FIGURAL CANES / WALKING STICKS, LOT OF THREE, comprising two carved wooden example with handles featuring an alligator and a bird with horn beak, other example with cast-iron bird with wooden shaft terminating a bulbous cast-iron ferrule.

Lot: 1879 - ASSORTED WOODEN CANES / WALKING STICKS, LOT OF

ASSORTED WOODEN CANES / WALKING STICKS, LOT OF FOUR, including one signed "Himmelbjerget", and "THE "SCOUT" SEAT" made by "HOWELL / LONDON".

Lot: 1880 - ASSORTED AMERICAN OR ENGLISH CANES / WALKING

ASSORTED AMERICAN OR ENGLISH CANES / WALKING STICKS, LOT OF THREE, including one with handle featuring an entwining serpent, and engraved with the signature "Geo. T. Bradley". No markings on all three examples.

Lot: 1881 - SOUTHERN FOLK ART CARVED CANES / WALKING STICKS,

SOUTHERN FOLK ART CARVED CANES / WALKING STICKS, LOT OF TWO, comprising one with a snake going up the length of the shaft, and one with a snake going up the shaft flanked by a lizard and terminating in a bulbous handle. Snake and lizard example with

Lot: 1882 - SOUTHERN FOLK ART CARVED CANES / WALKING STICKS,

SOUTHERN FOLK ART CARVED CANES / WALKING STICKS, LOT OF TWO, comprising one with an alligator handle, and another example with an alligator on the shaft terminating in a large copper ferrule. Alligator on shaft example with a dry natural surface,

Lot: 1883 - NORTH CAROLINA FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED

NORTH CAROLINA FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED PATRIOTIC UNCLE SAME CANE / WALKING STICK, signed "B.J. / N.C. / '00". Original polychrome painted surface.

Lot: 1884 - VIRGINIA CONTEMPORARY FOLK ART CARVED SNAKE CANES

VIRGINIA CONTEMPORARY FOLK ART CARVED SNAKE CANES / WALKING STICKS, LOT OF FOUR, each having painted surface, a snake head handle, a wrist strap, and a metal ring around outer base. Unmarked, each from Roanoke Co., VA.

Lot: 1885 - CONTINENTAL SWORD CANE / WALKING STICK

CONTINENTAL SWORD CANE / WALKING STICK, bamboo shaft and carved wooden hand grasping wooden handle and cylindrical top with applied metal ornamentation, concealing blade with stamped decoration.

Lot: 1886 - ASSORTED AMERICAN OR CONTINENTAL CANES / WALKING

ASSORTED AMERICAN OR CONTINENTAL CANES / WALKING STICKS, LOT OF FIVE, including one with handle embossed with a stag head.

Lot: 1887 - MARYLAND YELLOW PINE 18-TUBE BENCH-STYLE CANDLE

MARYLAND YELLOW PINE 18-TUBE BENCH-STYLE CANDLE MOLD, rose head-nailed three-tier pine and mortised hard-wood frame fitted with two sizes of heavy pewter-like tubes. Original dry natural surface.

Lot: 1887A - BRITISH NEEDLEWORK SAMPLERS, LOT OF TWO

BRITISH NEEDLEWORK SAMPLERS, LOT OF TWO, silk on linen, each in similar style and signed "Sarah Anne Rayner", comprising one in dark/blue thread with four alphabet and numeral rows above the signature, "Aged 9 Years / 1859", and a motifs of lions, a

Lot: 1888 - FIGURAL ICE CREAM MOLDS, LOT OF THREE

FIGURAL ICE CREAM MOLDS, LOT OF THREE, each having a hinged two or three-pieced construction, comprising an anthropomorphized rabbit, a rabbit with a basket on its back, and a turkey. Together with a sheet-iron hogscraper candlestick having a triple

Lot: 1888A - BRITISH, POSSIBLY IRISH, NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER

BRITISH, POSSIBLY IRISH, NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER, silk on linen, four alphabet and numeral rows segmented by horizontal bands of decorative stitching, featuring a house motif to third row, above a verse from the hymn, "Great Saviour, who didst

Lot: 1889 - ASSORTED TREEN BUTTER MOLDS AND KITCHEN ARTICLES,

ASSORTED TREEN BUTTER MOLDS AND KITCHEN ARTICLES, LOT OF EIGHT, comprising three butter molds featuring a small example with acorn motif, one with floret, and one with a pineapple motif, four various butter paddles, and a cheese bucket with later

Lot: 1889A - BRITISH NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER

BRITISH NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER, silk on linen, an alphabet row above "ANN [J]AMES WAS BORN THE FIRST / DAY OF AVGVST IN THE YEAR 1708" and another two alphabet rows, center with verses of "The Lords Prayer", lower half having verse of "On Youth" and

Lot: 1890 - MID-ATLANTIC WOOD AND IRON BRICK MOLDS, LOT OF

MID-ATLANTIC WOOD AND IRON BRICK MOLDS, LOT OF THREE, comprising one with mortised and nailed construction, other two branded with a "W" on both sides.

Lot: 1890A - GERMAN AND OTHER SEWING DARNERS, LOT OF 21

GERMAN AND OTHER SEWING DARNERS, LOT OF 21, including three Art Nouveau-style sterling silver hollow-handled with ebonized egg examples, including a Theodore W. Foster & Bros. Co with lady, and a silver-like handled example with cut and chased

Lot: 1891 - ASSORTED CARVED TREEN BUTTER PRINTS / MOLDS, LOT

ASSORTED CARVED TREEN BUTTER PRINTS / MOLDS, LOT OF SIX, depicting a thistle-like flower, tulip, two bird figures, and two rectangular examples with stars, one lacking box mold. Original dry natural surface. Probably Pennsylvania.

Lot: 1891A - BRITISH PICTORIAL NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER

BRITISH PICTORIAL NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER, wool and silk on linen, two alphabet and initial rows above a verse among a symmetrical composition of various pictorial motifs including flower baskets, a turkey, two hatted figures, houses, and birds, signed

Lot: 1892 - SOUTHERN PAINTED YELLOW PINE PIPE / WALL BOX

SOUTHERN PAINTED YELLOW PINE PIPE / WALL BOX, nailed construction, with shaped backboard, and cut-outs on the sides. Retains an old mustard-brown-painted surface.

Lot: 1892A - AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN PICTORIAL NEEDLEWORK

AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN PICTORIAL NEEDLEWORK, wool on linen, possibly a pillow case, commemorating "HAPPY EASTER" for "Paul Stahl / Sarah Wurz" in "1844", with floral designs and a bird in the center. Housed under glass in an old frame.

Lot: 1893 - COUNTRY PAINTED PINE WALL BOX

COUNTRY PAINTED PINE WALL BOX, possibly composed of old materials, the hinged lid concealing a shallow well over two full scratch-beaded drawers, solid ends. Retains a mustard-painted surface.

Lot: 1893A - AMERICAN STATES AND TERRITORIES NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER

AMERICAN STATES AND TERRITORIES NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER, silk on linen, seven alphabet and numeral rows with "1825" in last row segmented by horizontal bands of decorative stitching, lower half with verse flanked by two lists of states and territories in

Lot: 1894 - COUNTRY CHERRY HANGING CANDLE BOX

COUNTRY CHERRY HANGING CANDLE BOX, dovetailed case, sliding lid with molded edges, and shaped hanging plate. Retains an old-refinished surface with warm color.

Lot: 1894A - ANTIQUE NEEDLEWORK AND SEWING ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX

ANTIQUE NEEDLEWORK AND SEWING ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX, comprising three pincushions having unattached lace/embroidered covers with a red velvet example in a basket-like base, a gown/clothing fragment of white cotton batiste and net with fine embroidery

Lot: 1895 - AMERICAN COUNTRY PAINTED POPLAR BOX

AMERICAN COUNTRY PAINTED POPLAR BOX, unique design, nailed construction, with removable lid. Retains original green-painted surface.

Lot: 1895A - SINGER OAK VENEER SEWING MACHINE TABLE

SINGER OAK VENEER SEWING MACHINE TABLE, quarter-sawn oak veneer top with beveled edges, center top folds out to reveal a cast-iron Singer sewing machine, table has six drawers and a center compartment, resting on a cast-iron base with foot pedal.

Lot: 1896 - ASSORTED AMERICAN COUNTRY WOODEN BOXES, LOT OF

ASSORTED AMERICAN COUNTRY WOODEN BOXES, LOT OF THREE, including one with hinged top with simple applied molding, over a dovetailed case with applied edged molding. Original dry natural surface. Together with a box lid carved "DR F C CLOPPER". Four

Lot: 1896A - LANCASTER CO., PENNSYLVANIA MIXED WOOD WALKING /

LANCASTER CO., PENNSYLVANIA MIXED WOOD WALKING / SPINNING WHEEL, pine and oak, having simple turnings, screw tension, and a large wheel. Retains an early dry natural surface.

Lot: 1897 - AMERICAN COUNTRY PAINTED TOOL BOXES, LOT OF TWO

AMERICAN COUNTRY PAINTED TOOL BOXES, LOT OF TWO, comprising examples in original blue- and green-painted surfaces, possibly made by the same hand. Together with a Kingsford's Oswego stenciled box, lacking slide-lid. Three pieces total.

Lot: 1897A - EMBROIDERED PIN-BALL CUSHIONS, LOT OF TWO

EMBROIDERED PIN-BALL CUSHIONS, LOT OF TWO, hand-stitched, each in ball form with fine embroidered floral designs on each side in polychrome thread on a white satin material ground.

Lot: 1898 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WALNUT CUTLERY BOX

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WALNUT CUTLERY BOX, unique form, hinged-rectangular top, concealing a fitted interior with two removable fitted trays. Retains likely original varnished surface.

Lot: 1898A - STEEL THREAD WINDER WITH CLAMP

STEEL THREAD WINDER WITH CLAMP, steel with glossy finish, reel having engraved star accents to top, clamp screw with heart-shaped tip.

Lot: 1899 - SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE EGG SAFE

SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE EGG SAFE, slated form with hinged door and removable cut-out trays. Old surface, possibly original. Together with a "DOMESTIC" painted wooden trade sign (cut down). Two pieces total.

Lot: 1899A - SEWING ROLL-UP / HOUSEWIFE

SEWING ROLL-UP / HOUSEWIFE, hand-stitched, various printed fabrics having four lined interior pockets, applied binding along edges, rolls up with a ribbon tie closure.

Lot: 1900 - ASSORTED SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA FOOD / PIE

ASSORTED SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA FOOD / PIE SAFE TINS, LOT OF THREE, design featuring an eagle, corner fans, and C-Scrolls. Together with a flax hatchel discovered in Woodstock, VA. Four pieces total.

Lot: 1900A - ASSORTED SEWING PIN CUSHIONS AND OTHER ARTICLES,

ASSORTED SEWING PIN CUSHIONS AND OTHER ARTICLES, LOT OF SEVEN, comprising a heart-shaped pin cushion, a basket-shaped pin cushion, a shoe-shaped pinkeep, a red velvet-covered needle book, a beaded needle case, a wheel of wax on a string, and a wire

Lot: 1901 - ASSORTED MID-ATLANTIC PUNCHED-TIN PIE / FOOD SAFE

ASSORTED MID-ATLANTIC PUNCHED-TIN PIE / FOOD SAFE TINS, LOT OF SIX, including four possibly from the same pie / food safe.

Lot: 1901A - ANTIQUE SEWING ARTICLES, UNCOUNTED LOT

ANTIQUE SEWING ARTICLES, UNCOUNTED LOT, more than 100 pieces, including a strand of bone buttons, three wooden needle cases, bone and shell thread winders, a printed embroidery design from the Royal School of Art Needlework at South Kensington, and

Lot: 1902 - MID-ATLANTIC COFFEE GRINDERS, LOT OF THREE

MID-ATLANTIC COFFEE GRINDERS, LOT OF THREE, each with dovetailed box with dovetailed drawer, and boldly shaped iron handle. Each retain an old-refinished surface with mild color.

Lot: 1902A - ANTIQUE SEWING / KEEPSAKE BOXES, LOT OF FIVE

ANTIQUE SEWING / KEEPSAKE BOXES, LOT OF FIVE, each with embossed and plain paper covering and trim, comprising a rectangular example with padded top having stenciled flower basket labeled "Souvenir" decoration; a rectangular example with a

Lot: 1903 - MID-ATLANTIC WOODEN COFFEE GRINDERS, LOT OF THREE

MID-ATLANTIC WOODEN COFFEE GRINDERS, LOT OF THREE, each with dovetailed box, cast-iron hopper, and boldly shaped cast-iron handle. Two with an old-refinished surface with warm color.

Lot: 1903A - AMERICAN COUNTRY PINE PAIR OF CANDLE STANDS

AMERICAN COUNTRY PINE PAIR OF CANDLE STANDS, nailed construction. Original dry natural surfaces.

Lot: 1904 - ASSORTED ANTIQUE PRESSING / CLOTHES IRONS, LOT OF

ASSORTED ANTIQUE PRESSING / CLOTHES IRONS, LOT OF NINE, including cast-iron sad iron examples, and a Cross Star Electric Iron with cast-iron trivet.

Lot: 1905 - GRADUATED SET OF BENTWOOD MEASURES, LOT OF FIVE

GRADUATED SET OF BENTWOOD MEASURES, LOT OF FIVE, likely assembled, each of lapped construction with early painted surface, several bearing Wilton, New Hampshire maker's brand.

Lot: 1906 - AMERICAN PAINT-DECORATED POPLAR HAMMERED DULCIMER

AMERICAN PAINT-DECORATED POPLAR HAMMERED DULCIMER, trapezoidal form with hinged lid, cut-out sounding board, original paint-decorated surface.

Lot: 1907 - BUCKEYE-STYLE BRASS RAILROAD STEAM WHISTLE

BUCKEYE-STYLE BRASS RAILROAD STEAM WHISTLE, with stamped "13" to base and to cast-iron handle, attaches to custom base with brass placard stamped "SHIPWICK 4Y7". Together with bells. Two pieces total.

Lot: 1908 - S. MORDAN & CO., LONDON, ENGLAND POSTAGE SCALE

S. MORDAN & CO., LONDON, ENGLAND POSTAGE SCALE, with mahogany base, scales stamped "S. MORDAN & CO. / LONDON", with four weights.

Lot: 1909 - COUNTRY TREEN TRENCHER

COUNTRY TREEN TRENCHER, large long rectangular form with angled sides and ends, retains dry natural surface.

Lot: 1910 - ASSORTED WOODEN ROLLING PINS, LOT OF SIX

ASSORTED WOODEN ROLLING PINS, LOT OF SIX, including two with green painted handles, one toy, and one with a grooved center. Together with a treen pestle/masher. Seven pieces total.

Lot: 1911 - CARVED WOOD BOAT MODEL

CARVED WOOD BOAT MODEL, half vessel with painted surface, mounted on wooden panel and frame.

Lot: 1912 - COUNTRY CAST-IRON HOT WATER / TEA KETTLE

COUNTRY CAST-IRON HOT WATER / TEA KETTLE, with goose-neck spout, bail handle, with original cover, the whole raised on three feet. No markings.

Lot: 1913 - MID-ATLANTIC CARVED TREEN BUTTER PRINTS, LOT OF

MID-ATLANTIC CARVED TREEN BUTTER PRINTS, LOT OF FOUR, depicting a thistle-like flower, heart, strawberries, and foliate pattern. Dry natural surface.

Lot: 1914 - MID-ATLANTIC COUNTRY TREEN PAINTED BUTTER CHURN

MID-ATLANTIC COUNTRY TREEN PAINTED BUTTER CHURN, barrel-from, with likely original cover. Retains an old blue-painted surface.

Lot: 1915 - AMERICAN LEATHER FIRE BUCKET

AMERICAN LEATHER FIRE BUCKET, with a white-painted "J" and a wing bail handle. Together with a possible leather feed bucket with swing bail handle. Two pieces total.

Lot: 1916 - AMERICAN SHIP'S TIMEPIECE / CHRONOMETER

AMERICAN SHIP'S TIMEPIECE / CHRONOMETER, dial stamped "L.E. KAISER KLOCK KOMPANY / TIME RECORDING DEVICES / AND / CLOCKS / BALTIMORE", back of timepiece is stamped "GRILLE MODEL". Encased in possibly original leather-carrier and stamped on the back

Lot: 1917 - ASSORTED SHELF / CARRIAGE CLOCKS, LOT OF THREE

ASSORTED SHELF / CARRIAGE CLOCKS, LOT OF THREE, comprising a Chauncey Goodrich, which belonged to William Rich Hutton, and Ansonia Clock Co. shelf clocks, and a M. Kirk & Son carriage clock, each with pendulum and key present. Carriage clock is

Lot: 1918 - PAINTED COUNTRY TURNED TREEN MORTAR

PAINTED COUNTRY TURNED TREEN MORTAR, deep circular form, lacking appropriate pestle. Retains an old green-painted surface.

Lot: 1919 - COUNTRY TIN CHANDELIER

COUNTRY TIN CHANDELIER, with six arms. Retains a rustic surface.

Lot: 1920 - MID-ATLANTIC CARVED TREEN BUTTER PRINTS, LOT OF

MID-ATLANTIC CARVED TREEN BUTTER PRINTS, LOT OF FOUR, two examples depicting thistle-like flowers, one with mold, a daisy example, and an acorns example with mold.

Lot: 1921 - MID-ATLANTIC PAINT-DECORATED PINE FOOT STOOL

MID-ATLANTIC PAINT-DECORATED PINE FOOT STOOL, raised on applied turned-feet, terminating in a bulbous form. Retains original paint-decorated surface, top with free-hand decoration of birds in a fountain.

Lot: 1922 - AMERICAN PAINT-DECORATED TOLE TUB

AMERICAN PAINT-DECORATED TOLE TUB, oval form with cast-iron handles, original paint decoration.

Lot: 1923 - METAL GASOLINE CAN AND COVERED BUCKET, LOT OF TWO

METAL GASOLINE CAN AND COVERED BUCKET, LOT OF TWO, comprising a "Sexton's Safety Can" having cylindrical from with tapered top, a narrow opening with cover, red exterior finish with "GRUNWALD" to side, and a hinged bail handle featuring a metal plate

Lot: 1924 - AMERICAN COUNTRY DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO

AMERICAN COUNTRY DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, comprising a walnut hanging salt box and a walnut slide-lid candle box, each of dovetailed construction retaining old surface. Salt box retains old accession number to reverse.

Lot: 1925 - ASSORTED CAST-IRON ARTICLES, LOT OF SEVEN

ASSORTED CAST-IRON ARTICLES, LOT OF SEVEN, including a muffin pan stamped "ERIE / 48 / NO. 10", tire clamp embossed "MAGIC VULCANIZER", and a grinder embossed "ENTERPRISE MFG. CO. PHILA. U.S.A. /1309", wheel cover embossed "NO 1 / 1469".

Lot: 1926 - ASSORTED METAL KITCHEN AND DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT

ASSORTED METAL KITCHEN AND DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF 13, comprising a cast-iron The Arcade No. 2 lemon squeezer with ceramic insert, a sheet metal milk skimmer, a two-tine meat fork with "USS CO" mark, an egg beater, a fruit picker, a covered metal

Lot: 1927 - ASSORTED COUNTRY DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED COUNTRY DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, comprising a carved circular stamp with wheat sheaf design, integral knob-like handle, and original dry natural surface, and a 9" D plate with interior lead-glazed and yellow-slip decoration with

Lot: 1928 - ASSORTED SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA DOMESTIC

ASSORTED SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX, comprising a tin leaping stag cookie cutter; an oval tin snuff box; a leather, tin, and wood shot pouch; a small painted and signed tray by John D. Crim, New Market, VA, Feb. 2,

Lot: 1929 - ASSORTED WOOD AND METAL KITCHEN / DOMESTIC

ASSORTED WOOD AND METAL KITCHEN / DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a metal dough scraper; a small treen scoop; a tin coffee pot with hinged lid; and a large wood food mold of cow.

Lot: 1930 - ASSORTED KITCHEN TREEN AND METAL ARTICLES, LOT OF

ASSORTED KITCHEN TREEN AND METAL ARTICLES, LOT OF 15, including a large rolling pin and a sheet-iron cookie cutter. Together with a folk art carved wooden dreidel. Sixteen (16) pieces total.

Lot: 1931 - ASSORTED WOOD AND METAL DOMESTIC / KITCHEN

ASSORTED WOOD AND METAL DOMESTIC / KITCHEN ARTICLES, LOT OF 11, including a wire egg basket, pierced-tin grater, and a sheet metal figure of a turkey.

Lot: 1932 - ASSORTED EYE GLASSES / SPECTACLES ARTICLES, LOT OF

ASSORTED EYE GLASSES / SPECTACLES ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX., including one stamped "30 P" and "MCALLISTER / PHILA'D" and a sun symbol, for Philadelphia optician, John McAllister, with leather case, a leather example with tinted lenses, and a paper box

Lot: 1933 - ASSORTED GLASS COUNTRY-STORE KITCHEN ARTICLES, LOT

ASSORTED GLASS COUNTRY-STORE KITCHEN ARTICLES, LOT OF 14, including a straw dispenser, jars marked for Cloves, Pepper, All Spice, and Ginger, and two ant-traps embossed "House Terminator / Winchester, Va.".

Lot: 1934 - ASSORTED COUNTRY KITCHEN ARTICLES, LOT OF EIGHT

ASSORTED COUNTRY KITCHEN ARTICLES, LOT OF EIGHT, including a horn spoon with pinned wooden handle, three choppers, and a nutmeg grater.

Lot: 1935 - ASSORTED COUNTRY TREEN KITCHEN ARTICLES, LOT OF

ASSORTED COUNTRY TREEN KITCHEN ARTICLES, LOT OF SEVEN, including a circular-form bowl, a large honey dipper, a wooden clamp depicting a clothes pin, and three butter molds with one having a carved figure of a strawberry.

Lot: 1936 - ASSORTED BRASS BELLS, LOT OF 17

ASSORTED BRASS BELLS, LOT OF 17, including a sleigh bell, and nine with wooden-handles.

Lot: 1937 - ASSORTED SMOKING / CIGAR ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX

ASSORTED SMOKING / CIGAR ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX, including a cigar cutter, beadwork match holder, tin cigar case, and a Twin Oaks Mixture tin.

Lot: 1938 - ASSORTED DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF 16

ASSORTED DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF 16, including two ice cream scoops, including one stamped "Hamilton Beach", nutmeg grinder, egg beater, and a rolling implement with stamped advertising for "J.S. DENTON & SONS / FURNITURE FLOOR CO /

Lot: 1939 - ASSORTED SHAVING ARTICLES, LOT OF 25

ASSORTED SHAVING ARTICLES, LOT OF 25, including a "New Gillette Razor" box with pamphlet, lacking the listed ten blades, and ten shaving brushes. Together with a paper "29 ¢" tag. Twenty-six (26) pieces total.

Lot: 1940 - ASSORTED SHAVING ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR

ASSORTED SHAVING ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising two sets fitted in hinged boxes with silk lined compartments, one box with a silver-plated stag ornament to the top, mirror to interior lid and a fitted with a drawer to underside, each set fitted

Lot: 1941 - ANTIQUE WOOD AND METAL ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE

ANTIQUE WOOD AND METAL ARTICLES, LOT OF THREE, comprising an elongated octagonal-shaped wooden box with hand-painted floral motifs and applied floral-pattern paper to interior base, a carved wood shoe form, and a cast-iron shoe piece plate.

Lot: 1942 - ASSORTED AMERICAN COUNTRY DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT

ASSORTED AMERICAN COUNTRY DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, comprising an inlaid knife box, and a walnut slaw board discovered in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.

Lot: 1943 - ASSORTED ANTIQUE BRASS ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED ANTIQUE BRASS ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, comprising a skater's lantern and a strap of 16 sleigh bells.

Lot: 1944 - ASSORTED DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR

ASSORTED DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a black-painted piece of toleware stenciled "BLACK SAND / SOLD BY / F. LUCAS Jr / 170 MARKET ST / BALTIMORE", for Fielding Lucas Jr., a dovetailed cigarette and match dispenser, pewter tankard with

Lot: 1945 - MID-ATLANTIC PIERCED-TIN CHEESE STRAINER

MID-ATLANTIC PIERCED-TIN CHEESE STRAINER, circular form, raised on three simple feet.

Lot: 1946 - ASSORTED DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF 31

ASSORTED DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF 31, including group of wax sealing stamps, three carved bone sewing implements, three visiting cards, two are for William Rich Hutton, and one is signed "Clopper".

Lot: 1947 - ASSORTED DOMESTIC ARTICLES, UNCOUNTED LOT

ASSORTED DOMESTIC ARTICLES, UNCOUNTED LOT, including a marble with heavy mica, two razor strops, a hand-painted British flag, a miniature metal child's ball cap, painting accessories, a pen stamped "E. FABER".

Lot: 1948 - ASSORTED VINTAGE CAMERAS AND ACCESSORIES, LOT OF

ASSORTED VINTAGE CAMERAS AND ACCESSORIES, LOT OF SEVEN, including two Kamerette Junior No. 1, Brownie Flash Six-20, and six Slyvania M2 flashbulbs in original packaging, other box with two AG1 bulbs.

Lot: 1949 - ASSORTED WOODEN DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR

ASSORTED WOODEN DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR, including a noisemaker, and butter print with carved flower. Noisemaker with an old-refinished surface with warm color.

Lot: 1950 - ASSORTED SEWING / WRITING ARTICLES, LOT OF 21

ASSORTED SEWING / WRITING ARTICLES, LOT OF 21, including a Pepsi Cola fountain pen, Oriental inkwell, and two figural bird scissors. Together with a Mickey Mouse and Panama-Pacific Exposition souvenir spoon. Twenty-three (23) pieces total.

Lot: 1951 - ASSORTED WOODEN DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF TEN

ASSORTED WOODEN DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF TEN, including two shoe forms, and a hog scraper. Majority with dry-natural surface.

Lot: 1952 - ASSORTED BRASS AND COPPER ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR

ASSORTED BRASS AND COPPER ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising three copper teapots / kettles, and a brass spittoon. Together with a street lamp light bulb. Five pieces total.

Lot: 1953 - ASSORTED DOMESTIC ARTICLES LOT OF 29

ASSORTED DOMESTIC ARTICLES LOT OF 29, including a figural gun lighter stamped "MADE IN OCCUPIED JAPAN / CONTINENTAL N.Y.", three brass pins, and a Busch Gardens souvenir blunderbuss cap gun.

Lot: 1954 - ASSORTED DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX

ASSORTED DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX, including four curling irons.

Lot: 1955 - ASSORTED FISHING ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR

ASSORTED FISHING ARTICLES, LOT OF FOUR, comprising a handmade fly, reel with no markings, a hinged wooden box with ten lead weight, and a wooden stringer.

Lot: 1956 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA PAINTED STAVE-TYPE

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA PAINTED STAVE-TYPE WOVEN-SPLINT BASKET, white oak, with wrapped double rim, arched handle, and old, possibly original, green-painted surface.

Lot: 1957 - SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA STAVE-TYPE WOVEN-SPLINT

SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA STAVE-TYPE WOVEN-SPLINT BASKETS, LOT OF TWO, white oak, each oblong form with arched handle, wrapped double rim. One with chain-link blue-dyed weavers to body and blue-dyed rim, each with narrow punched holes in stake for rim

Lot: 1958 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA PAINTED STAVE-TYPE

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA PAINTED STAVE-TYPE WOVEN-SPLINT BASKETS, LOT OF TWO, each rectangular form with X-wrap rim and painted surface.

Lot: 1959 - SOUTHERN, POSSIBLY SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA,

SOUTHERN, POSSIBLY SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA, PAINTED WOVEN-SPLINT MINIATURE BASKET, probably white oak, stave-type with X-wrap rim, arched handle, and early green-painted surface. Together with a diminutive stave-type example with natural

Lot: 1960 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA STAVE-TYPE

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA STAVE-TYPE WOVEN-SPLINT BASKETS, LOT OF THREE, white oak, comprising two rectangular handled forms and one circular form, each with X-wrap rim and dry natural surface. Largest example with handle inscribed "Hobson".

Lot: 1961 - SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WOVEN-SPLINT BOTTLE

SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA WOVEN-SPLINT BOTTLE BASKET, white oak, cylindrical form with slight shoulder to secure bottle, single side handle, splint wrapped around neck of bottle. Retains printed tag. Signed by James W. Cook and dated 2003.

Lot: 1962 - SOUTHERN WOVEN-SPLINT HALF / WALL BASKETS, LOT OF

SOUTHERN WOVEN-SPLINT HALF / WALL BASKETS, LOT OF TWO, white oak, each rib-type with wrapped double rim, arched handle, and natural surface, larger example with dyed weavers to body.

Lot: 1963 - SOUTHERN WOVEN-SPLINT DIMINUTIVE BASKETS, LOT OF

SOUTHERN WOVEN-SPLINT DIMINUTIVE BASKETS, LOT OF THREE, white oak, comprising two rib-type and one stave-type, each with dry, natural surface.

Lot: 1964 - SOUTHERN WOVEN-SPLINT DIMINUTIVE BASKETS, LOT OF

SOUTHERN WOVEN-SPLINT DIMINUTIVE BASKETS, LOT OF THREE, white oak, each rib-type kidney form with wrapped double rim, arched handle, and natural surface, one with applied fabric lining.

Lot: 1965 - VIRGINIA STAVE-TYPE WOVEN-SPLINT EGG BASKETS, LOT

VIRGINIA STAVE-TYPE WOVEN-SPLINT EGG BASKETS, LOT OF TWO, white oak, comprising a rectangular and circular form, each with wrapped rims and arched handles. Each retain an old varnished surface with warm color.

Lot: 1966 - NATIVE AMERICAN CHEROKEE-DECORATED WOVEN-SPLINT

NATIVE AMERICAN CHEROKEE-DECORATED WOVEN-SPLINT LARGE BASKET, dyed and natural rivercane, oblong wrapped double rim and rectangular bottom.

Lot: 1967 - NATIVE AMERICAN CHEROKEE-DECORATED WOVEN-SPLINT

NATIVE AMERICAN CHEROKEE-DECORATED WOVEN-SPLINT BASKET, large rectangular form with wrapped rim and high, arched handle, Cherokee stamp to underside of base. Together with a large woven-splint circular example with heavy bentwood handle and natural

Lot: 1968 - MID-ATLANTIC STAVE-TYPE WOVEN-SPLINT COVERED

MID-ATLANTIC STAVE-TYPE WOVEN-SPLINT COVERED BASKET, white oak, circular form with angled shoulder, wrapped foot, kick-up base, carved bail handle, and original cover. Original dry natural surface.

Lot: 1969 - AMERICAN WOVEN-SPLINT BASKETS, LOT OF FOUR

AMERICAN WOVEN-SPLINT BASKETS, LOT OF FOUR, each having a converging-rib kidney form with arched handle and a wrapped rim / double rim, including an egg basket with dyed-weaver decoration to body. Original dry surfaces.

Lot: 1970 - AMERICAN WOVEN-SPLINT MINIATURE BASKETS LOT OF

AMERICAN WOVEN-SPLINT MINIATURE BASKETS LOT OF FIVE, comprising four converging-rib examples, including one with high arched handle, and one stave-type woven-splint example. Dry natural surfaces.

Lot: 1971 - AMERICAN WOVEN-COIL STORAGE BASKET

AMERICAN WOVEN-COIL STORAGE BASKET, rye straw, deep cylindrical form. Original dry natural surface.

Lot: 1972 - MID-ATLANTIC PULLED-ROD BASKETS, LOT OF FOUR

MID-ATLANTIC PULLED-ROD BASKETS, LOT OF FOUR, circular form, two with handles, and two with arched handle. Original varnished surface. Possibly Virginia.

Lot: 1973 - ASSORTED AMERICAN WOVEN-SPLINT BASKETS, LOT OF

ASSORTED AMERICAN WOVEN-SPLINT BASKETS, LOT OF FIVE, including a pulled-rod example that was found in Charlotte, North Carolina, a miniature Cherokee example, made from "blood root + butternut", and a wall basket, discovered in the "Valley of

Lot: 1974 - AMERICAN COUNTRY BASKETS, LOT OF TWO

AMERICAN COUNTRY BASKETS, LOT OF TWO, comprising a pull-rod example, and a stave-type woven-splint example with dyed-weaver decoration on the bottom. Original surface.

Lot: 1975 - AMERICAN WOVEN-SPLINT BASKETS, LOT OF THREE

AMERICAN WOVEN-SPLINT BASKETS, LOT OF THREE, comprising two rib-type examples and a Nantucket-style form with swing handle.

Lot: 1976 - ASSORTED MINIATURE BASKETS, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED MINIATURE BASKETS, LOT OF TWO, comprising woven-splint and metal examples.

Lot: 1977 - AMERICAN COLONIAL REVIVAL WROUGHT-IRON HANGING

AMERICAN COLONIAL REVIVAL WROUGHT-IRON HANGING CANDLE CHANDELIER, finely executed circular three-tier form, tiers graduated in size fitted with five, eight, and ten candle cups, each having a drip pan, tiers joined with twisted hooks having delicate

Lot: 1978 - PRIMITIVE WOODEN FRAME LANTERN

PRIMITIVE WOODEN FRAME LANTERN, hexagonal form with iron bail handle.

Lot: 1979 - PIERCED AND PUNCHED SHEET-IRON FLUID BURNER

PIERCED AND PUNCHED SHEET-IRON FLUID BURNER LANTERN, fixed colorless globe, strap ring handle, top and base with matching star pattern, base with four additional holes probably as made and for securing, removable brass font with spring mechanism to

Lot: 1980 - SIGNED NEW ENGLAND GLASS CO. PIERCED SHEET-IRON

SIGNED NEW ENGLAND GLASS CO. PIERCED SHEET-IRON LANTERN, fixed colorless globe, strap handle, top pierced with a stylized scroll and bottom with pierced dot pattern, removable base with spring mechanism, underside impressed "N. E. GLASS CO. /

Lot: 1981 - ASSORTED PIERCED AND PUNCHED SHEET-IRON WHALE OIL

ASSORTED PIERCED AND PUNCHED SHEET-IRON WHALE OIL AND FLUID LANTERNS, LOT OF FOUR, fixed colorless globes, various punched patterns including stars, ovals, and diamonds; one example with a brass maker's plate for J. D. Brown and a patent date of

Lot: 1982 - ASSORTED PIERCED AND PUNCHED SHEET-IRON KEROSENE

ASSORTED PIERCED AND PUNCHED SHEET-IRON KEROSENE LANTERNS, LOT OF SIX, fixed colorless globes including one with embossed patent date of "1864", each with various punched patterns including stars, ovals, and diamonds. Four examples fitted with a

Lot: 1983 - ASSORTED PIERCED AND PUNCHED SHEET-IRON KEROSENE

ASSORTED PIERCED AND PUNCHED SHEET-IRON KEROSENE LANTERNS, LOT OF FIVE, fixed colorless globes, comprising three examples with engraved globes, including "N Y C & H R" for New York Central & Hudson River, "E R R", and a New England Glass Co.

Lot: 1984 - ASSORTED SHEET-IRON CANDLE LANTERNS, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED SHEET-IRON CANDLE LANTERNS, LOT OF TWO, comprising a punched and pierced example, dots and slashes pattern, hinged door; and an example with crisscross pierced pattern, fixed colorless globe; each with a strap handle and single socket.

Lot: 1985 - ASSORTED PUNCHED AND PIERCED LANTERNS, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED PUNCHED AND PIERCED LANTERNS, LOT OF TWO, colorless fixed globes, comprising a brass beaded bullseye whale oil example and a sheet-iron single-socket candle example; each with a strap handle and star and diamond pattern. Bullseye fitted with

Lot: 1986 - AMERICAN OR ENGLISH BRASS FIREPLACE FENDER

AMERICAN OR ENGLISH BRASS FIREPLACE FENDER, D-shape with four applied feet.

Lot: 1987 - AMERICAN OR ENGLISH BRASS AND WIRE FIREPLACE

AMERICAN OR ENGLISH BRASS AND WIRE FIREPLACE FENDER, D-shape with scroll decoration.

Lot: 1988 - AMERICAN OR ENGLISH BRASS AND WIRE FIREPLACE

AMERICAN OR ENGLISH BRASS AND WIRE FIREPLACE FENDER, D-shape, with intertwining design.

Lot: 1989 - PAIR OF INDIAN FIGURAL CAST-IRON ANDIRONS

PAIR OF INDIAN FIGURAL CAST-IRON ANDIRONS, possibly depicting Chief Massasoit, one Indian with an embossed "S" on the back of his head.

Lot: 1990 - PAIR OF FOLK ART / BLACK AMERICANA FIGURAL

PAIR OF FOLK ART / BLACK AMERICANA FIGURAL CAST-IRON ANDIRONS, no markings, with possibly original log supports.

Lot: 1991 - AMERICAN EMPIRE BRASS PAIR OF ANDIRONS

AMERICAN EMPIRE BRASS PAIR OF ANDIRONS, a large example, ring turned finial and shaft, raised on scrolled legs, original iron log supports and brass log stops.

Lot: 1992 - AMERICAN CLASSICAL BRASS PAIR OF ANDIRONS

AMERICAN CLASSICAL BRASS PAIR OF ANDIRONS, each with ringed-ball top, and shaft raised on spurred cabriole legs and ball feet, and ball-top log stops, original log supports.

Lot: 1993 - AMERICAN BRASS AND IRON PAIR OF ANDIRONS

AMERICAN BRASS AND IRON PAIR OF ANDIRONS, each shaped knife-blade shaft with brass urn-form finial, raised on arched legs terminating in penny feet, original log supports. Together with a pair of American Classical brass andirons, with two-tier

Lot: 1994 - MID-ATLANTIC CAST-IRON PAIR OF ANDIRONS

MID-ATLANTIC CAST-IRON PAIR OF ANDIRONS, each tapered, fluted column with circular finial having floral decoration, raised on cabriole legs terminating in pad feet. Together with a sheet-iron fireplace cover. Three pieces total. Probably Maryland.

Lot: 1995 - COPPER APPLE BUTTER LARGE KETTLE

COPPER APPLE BUTTER LARGE KETTLE, dovetailed construction, with rolled rim and wrought-iron bail handle. Together with large wooden stirrer. Two pieces total.

Lot: 1996 - RARE MARYLAND IRON BAKE OVEN / ROASTER

RARE MARYLAND IRON BAKE OVEN / ROASTER, door with applied copper-plaque engraved in script "Premium / Bake Oven & Roaster made by / Alred H Rup / Baltimore".

Lot: 1997 - AMERICAN OR ENGLISH BRASS AND IRON FIREPLACE TOOLS

AMERICAN OR ENGLISH BRASS AND IRON FIREPLACE TOOLS AND STAND, comprising eight tools, including brush with cathedral design, and marble-base stand.

Lot: 1998 - ENGLISH BRASS HEARTH TRIVET

ENGLISH BRASS HEARTH TRIVET, having hand-forged iron adjustable legs and wing nuts, iron brackets for attaching to fireplace fender.

Lot: 1999 - ASSORTED METAL LIGHTING ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX

ASSORTED METAL LIGHTING ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX, including a pewter finger lamp with period double-tube burner, a pair of wick shears, and two candle molds. Various makers.

Lot: 2000 - ASSORTED ELECTRIC LIGHTING DEVICES, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED ELECTRIC LIGHTING DEVICES, LOT OF TWO, comprising a figural clown desk lamp with swirling goose neck and artichoke-style shade and a Niagara Falls motion lamp. Various makers.

Lot: 2001 - AMERICAN WROUGHT-IRON LARGE HEARTH TRIVET

AMERICAN WROUGHT-IRON LARGE HEARTH TRIVET, triangular form, with outswept feet. Painted black.

Lot: 2002 - ASSORTED METAL CANDLE LAMPS, LOT OF THREE

ASSORTED METAL CANDLE LAMPS, LOT OF THREE, comprising a punched tin, a cylindrical finger lamp, and a "T. D. DAVIS" wire frame example. Various makers.

Lot: 2003 - ASSORTED SKATER'S LANTERNS, LOT OF THREE

ASSORTED SKATER'S LANTERNS, LOT OF THREE, each sheet-iron with two having colorless shades and one having a ruby-stained shade. Together with a punched-brass candle lamp. Four pieces total. Various makers.

Lot: 2004 - L. BARTH & SON LARGE COPPER POT

L. BARTH & SON LARGE COPPER POT, having a large cylindrical copper basin with cast-iron handles. Impressed "44 / N" and "L. BARTH & SON / NEW YORK / 30-32 COOPER SQ." marks to exterior rim.

Lot: 2005 - ASSORTED BRASS AND METAL LIGHTING ARTICLES, LOT OF

ASSORTED BRASS AND METAL LIGHTING ARTICLES, LOT OF 12, including four candlesticks, and three-wick fluid lamp, and a two-socket wall sconce. Various makers.

Lot: 2006 - AMERICAN CAST-IRON FIGURAL BOOKENDS / DOORSTOPS,

AMERICAN CAST-IRON FIGURAL BOOKENDS / DOORSTOPS, LOT OF TWO, comprising two spread wing eagles. Unmarked. One retains an old gold-painted surface.

Lot: 2007 - ASSORTED AMERICAN WROUGHT-IRON ARTICLES, LOT OF

ASSORTED AMERICAN WROUGHT-IRON ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, comprising a wafer iron, featuring circular form with hinged handles and securing hook, multiple hex-signs plate pattern, and a cleaver, stamped "RY".

Lot: 2008 - ASSORTED DOOR HARDWARE ARTICLES, UNCOUNTED LOT

ASSORTED DOOR HARDWARE ARTICLES, UNCOUNTED LOT, including box locks, keys, most being for doors locks, and one key escutcheon.

Lot: 2009 - ASSORTED BRASS AND IRON DOOR LOCK AND HANDLES,

ASSORTED BRASS AND IRON DOOR LOCK AND HANDLES, UNCOUNTED LOT, including one possibly being the strike and key to "The Woodlands".

Lot: 2010 - ASSORTED DOOR HARDWARE ARTICLES, UNCOUNTED LOT

ASSORTED DOOR HARDWARE ARTICLES, UNCOUNTED LOT, including box locks, keys, must being for doors locks, and one box hasp. Together with an Ellis Tool and Manufacturing crate.

Lot: 2011 - ASSORTED ANTIQUE / VINTAGE KEYS, UNCOUNTED LOT

ASSORTED ANTIQUE / VINTAGE KEYS, UNCOUNTED LOT, including pad lock and skeleton key examples.

Lot: 2012 - ASSORTED BRASS AND IRON PAD LOCKS, LOT OF 22

ASSORTED BRASS AND IRON PAD LOCKS, LOT OF 22, including four with keys, one example embossed "OLD GLORY".

Lot: 2013 - ASSORTED ANTIQUE KEYS, LOT OF 35

ASSORTED ANTIQUE KEYS, LOT OF 35, including pad lock and skeleton key examples.

Lot: 2014 - ASSORTED ANTIQUE KEYS, LOT OF 50

ASSORTED ANTIQUE KEYS, LOT OF 50, including pad lock and skeleton key examples. Together with a hand-carved wooden key chain with illegible writing. Fifty-one (51) pieces total.

Lot: 2015 - ASSORTED IRON AND BRASS LOCKS, LOT OF 42

ASSORTED IRON AND BRASS LOCKS, LOT OF 42, including switch locks stamped "B&O RR / DAYTON MFG CO", "VR / A THOMPSON", "M.W. & Co", and a signal lock stamped on both sides "MILLER LOCK CO. / GILTEDGE / PHILA. U.S.A." and on one side

Lot: 2016 - ASSORTED BRASS AND IRON KEYS, LOT OF 34

ASSORTED BRASS AND IRON KEYS, LOT OF 34, comprising door and skeleton key examples.

Lot: 2017 - DISSTON MODEL 86 LEATHER SKIVER / SPLITTER

DISSTON MODEL 86 LEATHER SKIVER / SPLITTER, stamped "DISSTON U.S.A." Together with a Stanley No. 12 1/2 scraping plane. Two pieces total.

Lot: 2018 - ASSORTED AMERICAN COUNTRY TOOLS, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED AMERICAN COUNTRY TOOLS, LOT OF TWO, comprising a red-painted wooden string holder, and a figural wood molder stamped "J.P. TRACY" in two spots.

Lot: 2019 - ASSORTED MECHANICAL ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED MECHANICAL ARTICLES, LOT OF TWO, comprising a Welch Allyn otoscope, and Schick stadimeter.

Lot: 2020 - "J. VOGT" CABINETMAKER'S SCRAPER

"J. VOGT" CABINETMAKER'S SCRAPER, laminated cherry and maple with inlaid eight-point star and diamonds to top, stamped "J. VOGT" four times.

Lot: 2021 - D. SIMMONS & CO. CAST-STEEL HEWING BROAD AXE

D. SIMMONS & CO. CAST-STEEL HEWING BROAD AXE, having a broad blade with slightly curved cutting edge and beveled to one side, rounded shoulders, lozenge-shaped lugs, flat cheeks, and flat poll, wooden handle with tapered form. Blade with

Lot: 2022 - ASSORTED CARPENTRY TOOLS, LOT OF SIX

ASSORTED CARPENTRY TOOLS, LOT OF SIX, including three marking gauges, one stamped "C. SHOLL. / PAT'D. MARCH 8. 1864".

Lot: 2023 - ASSORTED DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX

ASSORTED DOMESTIC ARTICLES, LOT OF SIX, including a brass apothecary bottle cork cutter / borer, eagle flag topper, and a brass polygraph stamped "POLYGRAPH CO. PHILA. / PAT. DEC. 8th 1885".

Lot: 2024 - ASSORTED WOODEN-HANDLED TOOLS, LOT OF EIGHT

ASSORTED WOODEN-HANDLED TOOLS, LOT OF EIGHT, including two bung hole reamers / barrel augers. Together with a miniature Stanley hand plane. Nine pieces total.

Lot: 2025 - ASSORTED AMERICAN WROUGHT IRON AXES, LOT OF TWO

ASSORTED AMERICAN WROUGHT IRON AXES, LOT OF TWO, each hand-forged. One retains traces of an old red-painted surface.




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