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Contemporary Kentucky Rifle Bags, Lot of Five
4/30/2014 - Firearms and Militaria: Live Salesroom Auction
Contemporary hunting bags by assorted unknown artists. Nicely done.

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Sold: $235.00
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Three CDVs, Illinois BBGs: Frederick Starring, Ezra Taylor, James G. Wilson
Lot # 524 - Three CDVs, Illinois BBGs: Frederick Starring, Ezra Taylor, James G. Wilson
Lot of 3: D.P. Barr, Vicksburg, MS carte of Bvt. Brig. Gen. Frederick A. Starring, Maj., 46th Illinois Inf.; 2nd Illinois Light Artillery; Col., 72nd Illinois Inf.; received single brevet. Anonymous carte of Bvt. Brig. Gen. Ezra Taylor, Col. and... > Item Details
Ten CDVs of Unidentified Soldiers Wearing Distinctive Insignia
Lot # 553 - Ten CDVs of Unidentified Soldiers Wearing Distinctive Insignia
Lot of 10: A group of miscellaneous soldiers wearing distinctive insignia including an anonymous view of a 2nd lieut. with oversized shoulder straps. A 1st lieut. with M.S. in hat wreath, Ball & Thomas, Cincinnati, OH bm. An unknown 2nd US Artillery officer with M1858 Hardee hat showin... > Item Details
Three CDVs, Pennsylvania BBGs: William J. Bolton, Samuel M. Bowman, James C. Briscoe
Lot # 437 - Three CDVs, Pennsylvania BBGs: William J. Bolton, Samuel M. Bowman, James C. Briscoe
Lot of 3: Bvt. Brig. Gen. William J. Bolton, Col. 51st Penn., carte by Geo. A. Lenzi, Norristown, PA. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Samuel M. Bowman, Col. 84th Penn., carte by Brady. Bvt. Brig. Gen. James C. Briscoe, Col. 199th & 188th Penn., carte by W.L. Germon, Philadelphia, showing Briscoe (at left) seate... > Item Details
Signed CDV of Brevet Brigadier General Hiram Berdan, 1st USSS (1 of 2)
Lot # 299 - Signed CDV of Brevet Brigadier General Hiram Berdan, 1st USSS (1 of 2)
Bvt. Brig. Gen. Hiram Berdan (1824-1893), Col. 1st & 2nd U.S. Sharpshooters, carte by Brady, signed in the recto margin H Berdan / Col Comdg U.S.S.S. > Item Details
Scarce Stereoview, <i>The Great $45,000 Sword, Which Grant Got</i>, by E & H.T. Anthony
Lot # 274 - Scarce Stereoview, The Great $45,000 Sword, Which Grant Got, by E & H.T. Anthony
Stereoview featuring the Tiffany & Co. sword, hilt, scabbard, and sash made and presented to the Metropolitan Sanitary Fair in 1864, with the following title printed on verso: The Great Metropolitan Sanitary Fair. No. 1699. The Great $45,000 Sword, Which Grant Got. Published by E ... > Item Details
Large Brass Flask by G & JW Hawksley
Lot # 1106 - Large Brass Flask by G & JW Hawksley
9.75" in length by 5" in width at base.  Flask has embossing of a man on horseback with large knife chasing a buffalo.  On back side of flask is embossing of two percussion rifles crossing in an "X" design with a flask hanging off one rifle and sword hanging off the oth... > Item Details
Model 1840 <i>D. Nippes</i> Musket with Hewes & Phillips Conversion
Lot # 1134 - Model 1840 D. Nippes Musket with Hewes & Phillips Conversion
.69 caliber, 42" round barrel. Lockplate marked D. Nippes, US. In the rear of lockplate marked Mill Creek PA 1843. Walnut stock with three barrel bands. > Item Details
US Civil War First Model Maynard Carbine
Lot # 789 - US Civil War First Model Maynard Carbine
.50 caliber, 20" round barrel. Lever action single shot carbine with Maynard tape firing system. > Item Details
18th Century Italian Socket Bayonet
Lot # 1317 - 18th Century Italian Socket Bayonet
11.5" bayonet with 7.5" spear point blade with three pierced roses at the base. 4" brass conical socket base with primitive ornamentation rendered around three engraved rings. > Item Details
Enlisted Cavalry Shell Jacket Attributed to Pvt. Charles L. Morton, 4th Michigan Cavalry
Lot # 13 - Enlisted Cavalry Shell Jacket Attributed to Pvt. Charles L. Morton, 4th Michigan Cavalry
Typical navy blue wool cavalry shell jacket with edges trimmed in yellow.  Single-breasted coat is the twelve-button depot variant lined in a correct white muslin material. A period identification stenciled vertically on the lining reads: "Chas. Morton." No&nb... > Item Details
Pattern 1881 Officer's Dress Cavalry Plume Helmet ID'd to Lt. Francis H. Beach
Lot # 916 - Pattern 1881 Officer's Dress Cavalry Plume Helmet ID'd to Lt. Francis H. Beach
Two-piece gilt brass eagle plate with shield and crossed sabers.  Front of shield has a number "7" indicating 7th US Cavalry. Pattern 1887 darker yellow plume. Gold bullion cords. Leather and brass chain link chin strap.  Inside lined in a maroon satin lining.  Marked on the... > Item Details
Confederate Wood Canteen
Lot # 753 - Confederate Wood Canteen
7.25" diameter and 2.5" wide. Three iron loops affixed to the sides, but canteen is void of its leather strap. Two iron straps encompass the sides of the canteen, holding together the ten wooden staves. > Item Details
Four CDVs, Maine BBGs: Charles W. Roberts, Russell B. Shepherd, Charles H. Smith, Mark F. Wentworth
Lot # 337 - Four CDVs, Maine BBGs: Charles W. Roberts, Russell B. Shepherd, Charles H. Smith, Mark F. Wentworth
Lot of 4: Bvt. Brig. Gen. Charles Wentworth Roberts, Col., 2nd Maine Infantry, carte by E. & H.T. Anthony, with verso revenue stamp. Bvt. Brig. Gen. Russell B. Shepherd, Col. 1st Maine Heavy Artillery, post-war copy carte. Bvt. Maj. Gen. Charles H. Smith, Col. 1st Maine Cavalry, r... > Item Details
Three CDVs, 88th Pennsylvania & VRC BBGs: Benezet F. Foust (2) and George W. Gile
Lot # 445 - Three CDVs, 88th Pennsylvania & VRC BBGs: Benezet F. Foust (2) and George W. Gile
Lot of 3: Bvt. Brig. Gen. Benezet Forst Foust (sometimes sp. Benezst), Lt. Col. VRC, earlier Maj. & Adj. 88th PA Inf., which he led at Gettysburg and was WIA, two cartes, including a wartime view by Broadbent & Co., Philadelphia, and an 1870 view by Henry Ulke & Bro., Washington. Bvt. Br... > Item Details
Four Post-War Views of Generals: Francis Barlow, Chas. Devens Jr., Frederick Dent, Lawrence P. Graham
Lot # 566 - Four Post-War Views of Generals: Francis Barlow, Chas. Devens Jr., Frederick Dent, Lawrence P. Graham
Lot of 4: Bvt. MaJ. Gen. Francis Barlow, Col. 61st NY., one wartime brevet. Bvt. Maj. GEn. Charles Devens, Jr., Col. 15th Mass., one wartime brevet. Brig. Gen. Frederick T. Dent, signed F.T. Dent. ADC to Grant and Sherman post-war with four wartime brevets. Brig. Gen. Lawrence P. Graham, Col. 4... > Item Details
Half-Stock Percussion Target Rifle by <i>J.Harmon</i>
Lot # 812 - Half-Stock Percussion Target Rifle by J.Harmon
.36 caliber, 36.5" octagonal barrel with the muzzle turned round for false muzzle. Top of barrel engraved in script J Harmon Sulphur Springs.  He made percussion rifles from 1853-1888.  Patent breech, hood front sight, rear tang sight.  Golcher marked forward action lock. Walnut ... > Item Details
Four CDVs: Alexander Hays, Wm. B. Hazen, S. Heintzelman, Francis Herron, CMOH
Lot # 126 - Four CDVs: Alexander Hays, Wm. B. Hazen, S. Heintzelman, Francis Herron, CMOH
Lot of 4: Brady/Anthony CDV of Bvt. Maj. Gen. Alexander Hays '40, Col. 63rd PA., badly wounded at 2nd Bull Run, four wartime brevets for distinguished gallantry while leading a brigade and division in the 2nd Corps including a pair for Gettysburg, KIA on the Orange Plank Rd., May 5, 1864. ... > Item Details
Six CDVs: Geo. Thomas, Wm. Tibbits, Davis Tillson, Jno. B.S. Todd, Alfred Torbert, Dan'l Tyler
Lot # 217 - Six CDVs: Geo. Thomas, Wm. Tibbits, Davis Tillson, Jno. B.S. Todd, Alfred Torbert, Dan'l Tyler
Lot of 6: Schleier, Nashville, TN view of Bvt. Maj. Gen. Davis Tillson, Chief of Artillery, Dept. of the Ohio, supervised gun emplacements at Knoxville while commanding an infantry brigade in the 23rd Corps, elevated to division command at end of war. Brig. Gen. John B.S. Todd '32, CDV by S... > Item Details
Custom Lock-Back Folding Knife by Jack Busfield
Lot # 1068 - Custom Lock-Back Folding Knife by Jack Busfield
6.125" o.a.l., 2.75" blade, satin stainless steel construction, inter-frame mother-of-pearl handles. > Item Details
<i>W.C. Scott & Son, London</i> Double-Barrel Hammer Shotgun
Lot # 1405 - W.C. Scott & Son, London Double-Barrel Hammer Shotgun
20 ga., 26" Damascus barrels choked Cyl./Mod., S/N 28961. Barrels marked "W. & C. Scott & Son Makers & Patentees London." Left lock engraved with the head of an English setter and light scroll engraving; right lock and bottom of receiver with light scroll engraving. Case c... > Item Details
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