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338: A. Jacobsen, Naval Brig, Niagara?, 1894
284: O/C Wm Preston Phelps, Carving the Pumpkin 1885338: A. Jacobsen, Naval Brig, Niagara?, 1894
Sunrise, FL, United States
DoneSun, Oct 9, 2011 4:00 PM UTC

Hartford CT-Marine, Fine Art, Militaria, Arms

Nautical/Marine: 9 Jacobsens, pond & ½ models, scrim teeth & canes, swift, whalebone items, whaler tools, engrvgs, harpoons, broadsides, Cozzen?s Naval Ships, lithos Cunard Line, Reuderdahls, Lai Sung, Nantucket bskts & items, Grenfel mats, ships bell, log book, binnacles, bilge pump, sextants, Stevengraphs, US Naval Gun Fac. bronze plaques, Naval weaponry. Americana: pewter, iron tools, treen, fireplace acces. Pratt clocks, Chipp. mirrors, quilts, sheet metal weatherwane gr. white shark, domed aviary, erotic Meerschaum pipes, Rose medallion. Political: U.S. Grant autogr. CDV, Johnson CDV, chromo W. Wilson & Uncle Sam, McKinley, Taft, Adams, World?s Fair Stevensgraph, Garfield relief carved marble. Military: NY 7th Reg, Mod 1812, slvr presen musket by J. Cooper-NY, 1820, Colt Navy Model 1851, pistol by O.A. Smith, mod 1883, Rockfall, CT., Chis. steel rapier c. 1790, Span. Amer. Light Horse saber, 18th c. Naval cutlass, 2 18th c flint pistols profusely dec w/silver & coral, pwdr horns, spec set of wedding presen. horns, 15th c Hunting dagger, Morion helmet etched and engr, Medieval Bassillard dagger (dug), siege breastplate with proof mark indent of musket ball ctrd directly over heart, Halberd, Milanese br. of Medici, Military drums inc. grain pt dec w/eagle & orig label S. Emory of Rindge, NH & fantastic pt dec CW 1861-4 Mass. 21st Vol. drum, Bowie knife, Georgia pike. Tin type Union soldiers, Span-Amer War, USS Maine, WWI &II mem., T. Balsley, Western, PA. Kentucky patch box rifle. Nat Amer & Western-Engr. native Americans including Pow-A-Sheek A Fox Chief by F. W. Greenough 1836, Tshusick, an Ojibway Woman & Chippeway Squaw by Biddle, 1837, Amiskquew, Me-nominie Warrior, Rice & Clark 1843, Cut-Ta-Tas-Tia Chief of Fox by Lehman & Duval c.1825, Le Soldat Du Chene, Osage Chief by Greenough 1838, 2 pipe tomahawks c.1890, war shield, phenomenal Bear Dance mask as seen in G. Catlin images with forensic authen. Cert.