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Folk Art Carved Flying Goose
Folk Art Carved Flying Goose. Dark reddish brown polished wood. This beautifully carved and polished piece of art was purchased as a piece by the famous Cherokee artist, Going Back Chiltoskey. It may, however, be by the equally renowned carver, Glenn Brown. Block initials GB are carved into the side of the base. The goose stands on a carved and polished base, his wings out-stretched and his beak open. Red felt is adhered to the base. Excellent condition. 7 inches tall.

Antique Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Decoration
Antique Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Decoration. This beautiful hand-thrown, 3 gallon salt-glazed, straight-sided, stoneware crock is decorated with a free-hand, slip-trailed, dotted leaf spray in cobalt blue. It has a raised lip and applied lug handles. It is impressed and highlighted in cobalt, Fort Edward Stoneware Co. Fort Edward, N. Y. with the number 3 below. The interior is dark brown Albany slip. There are some shallow chips around the bottom and on the base and minor pin size glaze chips. There are no cracks. 10.5 inches high, 10 inch diameter at the base.

Antique Railroad Track Walker's Lantern
Antique Railroad Track Walker's Lantern. Black. Metal ; brass; and glass. Lantern has original black paint, heavy side mounts, handle on top, round beveled glass lens, inner cylinder with red and blue green curved glass, silvered tin reflector, and a tin font with a porcelain burner marked "Sherwoods Limited-Trademark Sound."

Abraham Lincoln and Cabinet Harper's Weekly Civil War 1861
Abraham Lincoln and Cabinet Harper's Weekly Civil War 1861. Black; cream. Paper. This original engraving is titled, "The Cabinet At Washington." It is labeled, Montgomery Blair, Caleb B. Smith, Salmon P. Chase, The President, William H. Seward, Simon Cameron, Edward Bates and Gideon Welles. It shows Lincoln sitting at the center of a table with his Cabinet. It is marked, "July 13, 1861, Harpers Weekly, 437."; THIS IS AN ORIGINAL WOOD ENGRAVING.

Iron and Brass Ladle
Iron and Brass Ladle. Brass; copper and iron patina. Brass; iron; copper. The hand forged iron handle tapers to a point and curves to form a hook. The handle flattens and curves to cup the bottom of the hammered brass bowl. It is attached with two copper rivets.

Thomas Nast Political Cartoon from Harper's Weekly
Thomas Nast Political Cartoon from Harper's Weekly. Black; cream. Paper. This original full page engraved cartoon is titled, "The Web of Ruin." The caption reads: "Come into my Parlor," said the "Boss" Spider to the New York Fly. It is of a large spider with a mans head. It is signed, "Th:Nast." It is marked, "November 10, 1877, Harpers Weekly, 881."

Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates
Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates. Brown; black; gold leaf; and multi-print. Cloth and board. Compiled by Merle Johnson, Harper & Brothers Publishers, New York, 1921. 36 illustrations plus cover.

Civil War Print of Lincoln and McClellan
Civil War Print of Lincoln and McClellan. Black, white, paper. Titled, "October3, 1862--Lincoln and McClellan After Antietam--McClellan's Last Battle." The photograph by Brady shows Lincoln and McClellan seated in a field tent. An American flags lays on a table, a Confederate flag lays on the ground. Copyright, 1910, by Patriot Publishing Co., Springfield, Mass. From the Photographic History of the Civil War, Published by Review of Reviews Co.

Antique Bitters Bottle
Antique Bitters Bottle. Red Amber. Glass. This bottle is blown, two molded, square with reeded edges and applied sloping collar mouth is marked 57 on its base, Paines on one side and Celery Compounds on the opposite side.

Framed Antique Retablo on Tin
Framed Antique Retablo on Tin. Multi, tin with wood frame. This framed retablo is of Santa Rita de Casia. She wears a black hooded robe trimmed in yellow, has a white collar and head scarf and is holding a long crucifix. On the table next to her is a skull and book. A red drape with yellow braid and tassels hangs in the upper right corner. A ring of stars and rays surrounds her head. The frame is grain painted in dark browns and the inner molding is gold leaf.

Native American Blade
Native American Blade. Tan, orange. Flint. Dovetail or St. Charles blade or point. Early Archaic. Midwest, Arrowhead or point , Arrow head

Antique Iron Still Bank
Antique Iron Still Bank. Black; red and dark red. Iron. The bank building has a copula. The roof of the copula, the bank roof, and the brick trim around the bottom are painted black. The sides are painted a dark red and the windows, door and the word BANK are highlighted in bright red. The are two windows in front and steps.

Antique Wrought Iron Rushlight With Wood Base
Antique Wrought Iron Rushlight With Wood Base. Black patina. Wrought iron with turned wood base. The hand wrought iron holder has scissor action pointed prongs and a right-angled counter balance arm. The base of the iron shaft has hammered rings. The iron shaft is fitted into a piece of smooth round burl wood....

Silk Embroidered Mourning Picture Antique American
Silk Embroidered Mourning Picture Antique American. Gold leaf frame; black mat; green; blue; brown; gray and white.. Wood and plaster frame; silk; watercolor; paper.. This framed memorial is done in fine silk embroidery on silk. The sky and clouds are in watercolor. In the center is a stone monument with an urn on top. An inscription, written in script reads, "In Memory of Capt. Daniel Carlisle." A large willow leans over the monument. Additional trees, bushes, flowers, grass and plants all done in silk needlework complete the scene.

Winslow Homer Civil War Harper's Weekly, May 17, 1862
Winslow Homer Civil War Harper's Weekly, May 17, 1862. Black; cream. Paper. This Harpers Weekly is marked, Vol. VI. No. 281, New York, Saturday, May 17, 1862. The cover is an engraving titled, "Rebels Outside Their Works at Yorktown Reconnoitring With Dark Lanterns, Sketched by Mr. Winslow Homer." , Civil War ; THIS IS AN ORIGINAL WOOD ENGRAVING.

Ancient Clay Lamp with Menorah, Judaica
Ancient Clay Lamp with Menorah, Judaica. Sand and gray patina. Baked clay. Menorah embossed on top of lamp.

1873 United States Certificate of Naturalization
1873 United States Certificate of Naturalization. Black, cream, purple, red, white, blue, Vellum. This wonderful antique, original, engraved document reads, United States of America, State of New York, City and County of New York, Be It Remembered…the said applicant be admitted to become a Citizen of the United States of America. It is for Henry Schwemlein and dated January 20, 1873, hand written and signed by the Clerk. It has a gold, embossed seal and beautiful engravings including the American Eagle and Flag.

Puck Vol. VI, September 10, 1879
Puck Vol. VI, September 10, 1879. Multi; black and white. Paper. Vol. VI. No. 131. This issue contains black and white and chromolithographed illustrations, cartoons, articles and ads. Illustrated by Joseph Keppler, A. Schwarzmann manager and H. C. Bunner editor.

Native American Carte de Visite
Native American Carte de Visite. Black, white, cream, gold leaf, cardstock. Photo of a Native American man working with tools in a hogan. Mounted on a black card with goldleaf edge. Marked in goldleaf, E. Clark Stall, Brookville, Pa.

Julian Scott Print of Piah
Julian Scott Print of Piah. Green; brown; gray; tan; black; white; pink; red; blue.. Paper; glass; wood. This framed chromolithograph by Julian Scott is signed in the plate, Scott, 91. It is marked, "Eleventh Census of the United States, Robert P. Porter, Superintendent. Indians." It is titled, "Piah, Ute Chief-Colorado, 1891." Native American

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