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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.

Original Signed Willard F. Clark Woodblock Print
Original Signed Willard F. Clark Woodblock Print. A beautiful, multicolored print with a cream border of a night scene with a woman and young girl kneeling in front of a large cross. A distant house or barn on the hills. It is hand signed in pencil on the bottom right-hand edge WF Clark. Purchased in Santa Fe, NM in the 1980s. Glued to mat board, faint edge discoloration.

John Wilkes Booth Carte de Visite
John Wilkes Booth Carte de Visite. A good sharp image of Booth seated facing to the left holding his cane. Gutman #21, originally taken by Silsbee & Case of Boston in 1862. 4 x 2 inches. Very good condition with minor age and a few pinholes in edge of card; image is in fine condition.

Abraham Lincoln Death Bed Carte de Visite
Abraham Lincoln Death Bed Carte de Visite. Sepia. Cardstock. This original lithographed card was done from a composite of photographs. It shows Lincoln on his death-bed with Mary Todd kneeling by the bed. Important men and officers surround the bed. See additional information by hovering over product title and clicking.

Antique Stoneware Cobalt Blue Lion Head Soap Dish Lid
Rare Lion's Head Cobalt Blue Soap Dish. This wonderful dish was originally a jar lid and then used as a soap dish. The raised, embossed lion's head design allowed for moisture to run off the soap. Good condition with a small chip on bottom rim and a few small chips on inside rim. 1.25 x 4.5 inches.

Original Willard F. Clark Woodblock Print
Original Willard F. Clark Woodblock Print. A beautiful multicolored print of a nun in black habit with a silver cross hanging from beneath her cloak. There are flowers on each side of her and two small birds on the ground. It is not signed. Purchased in Santa Fe in 1980s. Glued to mat board. Slight edge discoloration.

Original Frank Howell Signed Lithograph Plains Vestige
Original Frank Howell Signed Lithograph Plains Vestige. Frank Howell, 1937-1997. Frank Howell’s works combined the spiritual and physical world of Native Americans. He depicted Native Americans with dignity and respect. Born and schooled in Sioux City Iowa, he moved in the late 1960s to Colorado and then to New Mexico where he opened the Howell Galley in Santa Fe. Howell is famous for his lithographs which he considered a “printer’s paintings.” This original, framed lithograph, is titled “Plains Vestige”, hand signed, numbered 19/140, and dated 1992 in pencil by Frank Howell. It is of a crow in a quill-work and feathered robe. The crow is an important part of Native American folklore and legend. One legend tells the story of the Rainbow Crow. The lithograph is 13” x 10.75”. It is under glass, mounted on black and double framed and matted. Overall it is 24” x 21.25”. Very good condition. A label on the back is from Yvonne Johnson Fine Art Framers, Santa Fe.

Harper's Weekly November 16, 1861 Lincoln and Scott
Harper's Weekly November 16, 1861 Lincoln and Scott. Black; cream. Paper. This original issue is marked, Harpers Weekly, Vol. V.--No. 255., New York, Saturday, November 16, 1861. The cover engraving is titled, "The Last Meeting Between General Scott and The Cabinet." It is labeled, "Lincoln, Smith, Chase, Blair, Cameron, Seward, Scott, Welles and Bates." Abraham Lincoln sits at the head of a table with the cabinet. General Scott stands in the center pointing to a document on the table. Civil War ; THIS IS AN ORIGINAL WOOD ENGRAVING.

Antique Pewter Flask or Food Container
Antique Pewter Flask or Food Container. Pewter patina. Pewter. The hexagonal shaped container is of hand molded pewter with a threaded cap and handle. The oval handle has a carved, notched design and fits into a ring that is part of the cap. The initials E.M.L.H. and the date 1829 are engraved on one side. Surrounding the date are two engraved feather or leaf designs.

Advertising Trade Card, Thread
Advertising Trade Card, Thread. Multi. Cardstock. This card shows a young girl in a military helmet, with medals and a trophy, holding a long rifle on a shooting range. It also shows the J. & P. Coats Best Six Cord spool. It is titled, "The Champion." It is signed. The reverse lists needle and thread numbers.

Navajos Original Mollhausen Chromolithograph
Rare Antique Chromolithograph titled "Navajos," and marked, Colorado Exploring Expedition, Indian Portraits Plate VII. H. B. Mollhausen Del. Lith. Of Sarony, Major & Knapp. 449 Broadway, N.Y. By the great German artist of the West, H.B. Mollhausen, published in Lt. Joseph Christmas Ives' Report Upon the Colorado River of the West, Wash., 1861. One brave reclines against his great looking horse, the other wears a tunic and concho belt and the woman wears a striped dress, blanket and boots. Includes original gallery label. 9" x 11.5" overall. Bright colors. Some mat marks and soil, pin holes and age browning in margins, small tears and uneven top edge. Some tape on back.

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

Fireman's Wristlet Tole Painted Candle Lantern
Fireman's Wristlet Tole Painted Candle Lantern. Black and Japanned red paint; clear glass. Tin and glass.. This rectangular fireman's lantern has three clear glass panes protected by four horizontal wire guards. The sliding back panel retains almost all of its original Japanned red paint and black stenciled design. Inside is a round candle holder. The triangular shaped top has an attached strap handle and has a punched star and sun burst pattern. There is a small ring on the back panel for hanging.

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 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.

Garcia Sisters Slate Jaguar Carving, Belize
Garcia Sisters Slate Jaguar Carving, Belize. Black, green, gold leaf, slate, mat, glass, wood. In a shadow-box frame, this hand carved Standing Jaguar, symbol of power and authority, Lord of the Jungles, is of slate stone found in the Belize jungle. It was inspired by the ancient Mayan art of slate carving and is an original piece of folk art from San Ignacio, Town Caye District, Belize, Central America.

Harper's Weekly Winslow Homer June 29, 1861
Harper's Weekly Winslow Homer June 29, 1861. Black; cream. Paper. This original issue is marked, "Vol. V.--No. 235., New York, Saturday, June 29, 1861. The cover engraving is titled, "The War--Making Havelocks For The Volunteers." The engraving is signed, "Homer," in the lower right corner. It shows a group of seated ladies sewing uniforms. A central figure wears a military cap and ribbon. , Civil War ; THIS IS AN ORIGINAL WOOD ENGRAVING.

Miniature Portrait
Miniature Portrait. Black and gold frame; black; gold; yellow and white painting.. Wood; glass; ivory. The oval painting on ivory is of a seated gentleman, holding a paper. He wears a black jacket, gold embroidered waistcoat, white ascot with a gold stick pin and has gray curly hair. The painting is signed, "Stiles." The rectangular wooden frame is painted black with a carved oval depression and an inner oval edged in gold.

Antique Tin Bull's Eye Whale Oil Lantern
Antique Tin Bull's Eye Whale Oil Lantern. Dark gray and brass. Tin, brass cap and glass lens. The rectangular lantern has a long bail handle and a slot on back for hanging. The front panel with its bulls eye lens, slides up to show a square tin font with a double brass whale oil burner. It is probably a very early railroad or watchman's lantern.

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.

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