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H 16 1/2in. x W 21 1/2in.  H 22in. x W 23 1/2in.  H 10in. x W 14in.  H 28in. x W 40in.

REAL ESTATE SIGN $0.00

 

AUTO SIGN $0.00

 

HAZARD SIGN $0.00

 

WIARD SIGN $0.00

H 21in. x W 21in.  H 15in. x W 19in.  H 24in. x W 18in.  H 24in. x W 24in.

ROAD SIGN $0.00

 

OLD SUNLIGHT SOAP SIGN $0.00

 

ROAD SIGN $0.00

 

WARNING SIGN $0.00

H 10in. x W 14in.  H 26in. x W 44in.  H 14in. x W 20in.  H 9 1/2in. x W 36 1/2in. x D 7in.

WARNING SIGN $0.00

 

NIAGARA ELECTRIC SIGN $0.00

 

INDUSTRIAL WARNING SIGN $0.00

 

GAS STATION SIGN $0.00

H 12in. x W 24in.  H 42in. x W 60in.  H 24in. x W 24in.  H 8in. x W 48in.

INDUSTRIAL SIGN $0.00

 

BEAUTY SHOP SIGN $0.00

 

AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SIGN $0.00

 

LOAD SIGN $0.00

H 20in. x W 28in.  H 20in. x W 31in.  H 9in. x W 20in.  H 53in. x W 17in.

KUNTZ'S LIME RICKEY SIGN $0.00

 

ICE CREAM SIGN $0.00

 

FOOD SIGN VINTAGE $0.00

 

ORANGE CRUSH SIGN $0.00

H 35in. x W 40in.  H 48in. x W 48in.  H 41in. x W 41in.  H 20in. x W 60in.

CANADA CARTAGE SIGN $0.00

 

ROAD SIGN $0.00

 

ROAD SIGN $0.00

 

GROCERY SIGN $0.00

H 20in. x W 46in.  H 41in. x W 41in.  H 41in. x W 41in.  H 32in. x W 32in.

OIL SIGN $0.00

 

ROAD SIGN $0.00

 

ROAD SIGN $0.00

 

ROAD SIGN $0.00

H 24in. x W 24in.  H 16in. x W 28in.  H 12in. x W 18in.  H 32in. x W 32in.

ROAD SIGN $0.00

 

CIGARETTE SIGN $0.00

 

ELECTRICAL HAZARD SIGN $0.00

 

SCHOOL CROSSING SIGN $0.00

H 25in. x W 15in.  H 12in. x W 48in.  H 68in. x W 74in. x D 2 1/2in.  H 45in. x W 45in. D 1in.

BESTWALL SIGN VINTAGE $0.00

 

GOODYEAR SIGN $0.00

 

GULF OIL SIGN $0.00

 

BLACK CAT SIGN $0.00

H 54in. x W 18in.  H 15in. x W 33in.  H 10in. x W 28in.  H 15in. x W 26in.

COKE SIGN $0.00

 

PAINT SIGN $0.00

 

KO KO NUT ROLL SIGN $0.00

 

COCA COLA SIGN $0.00

H 10in. x W 24in.  H 33in. x W 33in. x D 1 1/2in.  H 15in. x W 28in.  H 14in. x W 20in.

CROSSING SIGN $0.00

 

ROAD SIGN $0.00

 

FLOUR SIGN $0.00

 

FACTORY SIGN $0.00

H 16in. x D 14in.  


Civil War patriotic imprint with illustration of General Winfield Scott, who was Commander-in-Chief of the Union Armies at the commencement of the Civil War. Published by Magee, 316 Chestnut St., Phila. Light staining. 5 1/2 x 3.


***See our Patriotic Imprints section to read more information about this item.    


By Charles S. Harris. Rapidan Press, Mechanicsville, Virginia, 1989. Designed and produced by Michael J. O'Donnell. Large, 9 x 11 1/2, hardcover format with dust jacket, 261 pages, illustrated, maps, and index. Like new condition.


"Civil War Relics of the Western Campaigns, 1861-1865" is several books combined into one. It is an artifact book filled with 1,000 photographs of rare and diverse relics excavated from battlefields  It is also a history book that follows the chronology of the war in the west from Fort Donelson to Franklin, Tenn. And it is a battlefield exploration guide complete with maps and information about remote sites that reverberated with drum rolls and cannon fire 125 years ago.  H      W

H 16in. x D 14in. $0.00

 

Lieutenant General Winfield Scott $8.00

 

Civil War Relics of the Western Campaign $75.00

 

Deco oversized flush mount light fixture $6500.00




Civil War patriotic imprint with ornate vignette of General Lyon with American flags, shield and the motto, The War For The Union. Light staining. 5 1/2 x 3.


WBTS Trivia: General Nathaniel Lyon was killed in action at the battle of Wilson's Creek, Mo., August 10, 1861.


***See our Patriotic Imprints section to read more information about this item.   


Civil War patriotic imprint with ornate vignette of General George B. McClellan, American flags and shield with motto, The War For The Union at upper right. Light staining. 5 1/2 x 3.


***See our Patriotic Imprints section to read more information about this item.    H 96in. x W 216in. x D 10in.


TAKEN RIGHT OFF THE FIELD NEAR DALLAS TEXAS

A RARE FIND....GREAT FOR A SPORTS BAR AS IT WILL DECORATE A WHOLE WALL.

SCORE AND DATA LIGHTS CAN BE MADE OPERTIONAL.  H 36in. x W 40in.

General Nathaniel Lyon $10.00

 

General George B. McClellan $10.00

 

POLD FOOTBALL STADIUM SCOREBOARD $0.00

 

H 36in. x W 40in. $0.00

H 11in. x W 10in. x D 22in.  Weíll let our photo speak to the general condition and eye appeal of this Civil War   period CDV by Washington Street, Boston, photography, frame and album dealer Joseph Ward.  The general history of the subject will be of special interest to the Abraham Lincoln enthusiast though.  Titled <B>President Lincolnís First Home in Illinois</B>,this cabin was built on the banks of the Sangamn River in Macon County, Illinois by Lincoln cousins the Hanks brothers John and Dennis who appear here in the front of the cabin.  In time the cabin became the property of Hanks brothers who promoted their connection to the old Lincoln place and their famous cousin by selling fragments of the place as souvenirs.  Copies of this view were offered for sale at the <B>1865 Great Sanitary Fair </B> in Chicago.  The once popular remembrance of the fallen President, these <I>Hanks</I> photos once graced many a family CDV album. <B>Buy with confidence! </B><I>  We are pleased to offer a <B><U>no questions asked</U> three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales!</B> <I>Just send us a courtesy  e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly.</I>  Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!



 Once upon a time before the modern day advent of plastics and other alloys, bone was the staple from which any number of decorative or utilitarian <I>smalls</I> were cut, shaved and filed to shape, frequently as a gift to a loved one or friend.  Rings, pendants and assorted carved objects of the imagination called <I>whimseys</I> were often an object of the attention of a country craftsman squinting in the lantern light while winter winds howled at the night door.  Sewing implements as are offered here offered many an eveningís pastime to the maker and a durable token of affection to the recipient.  More difficult to find now there was a time not so long ago when these little decorative <I>whimseys</I> and utilitarian tokens were commonly found in attic stored antique sewing baskets, keepsake thread  or candy boxes.  Saved away among  relics of the family attic, their stories, as unique as their shape and origin, long since lost in time.  This little grouping of four antique sewing tools (illustrated here with a quarter for size comparison) will offer an attractive example of such long ago crafted implements and will display well in any antique sewing implement grouping or Civil War winter camp or personal item collection.    Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !


 Height:	20 in. (50.80 cm)

Width:	38 in. (96.52 cm)

Depth:	25.5 in. (64.77 cm)

Country of Origin:	USA

Style:	

Condition: Original

Year:	19th C.


Lovely Rosewood American Renaissance Revival Inlaid Parlour /Coffee table    This table is executed in rosewood. walnut and mixed woods with floral and musical motif.  Berkey and Gay was one of foremost cabinetmakers of the 19th century and known for their superior quality and craftsmanship.

H 11in. x W 10in. x D 22in. $0.00

 

period cdv - Pres. LINCOLN'S 1st HOME I $95.00

 

hand carved antique BONE SEWING IMPLEMEN $65.00

 

American Rosewood Renaissance Revival In $4500.00

Height:	43 in. (109.22 cm)

Width:	228 in. (579.12 cm)

Depth:	50.5 in. (128.27 cm)

Country of Origin:	USA

Style:	Art Nouveau

Condition:	Original

Year:	c. 1920


Truly Monumental in Scale and Style, a Custom Made, one-of-a-kind Architect or Artists Cabinet, with 5 sections. Executed meticulously in Exotic veneers, walnut and Birdís eye maple.  Each side sections has 16 drawers with bronze hardware, maple interior, and gorgeous veneer on drawer fronts.  The center section has 20 drawers, and the top is walnut with inset birdís eye maple veneers.  The sides have raised burl veneer decorative panels.  This is THE piece to design your room or store around, it is a lovely combination of understated elegance and function. 

 


<b>Requests evidence in favor of or against him!</b>


7 1/2 x 9 3/4, in ink, on imprinted letter sheet.


Head Quarters, Middle Military Dept.

Office, Chief Quartermaster,

Baltimore, Sept. 25th, 1865


Bvt. Maj. Genl. A. Flagg, A.Q.M.

Harpers Ferry, Va.


Major,


You will please make an investigation, and ascertain as to the loyalty of Joshua Pusey, who lives somewhere in Loudon County, Va. He has certificate of Provost Marshal, but it is not enough. Furnish all evidence in his favor, or against, that you can readily procure.


Very Respectfully,

Your Obt. Servant,

G.W. Bradley

Colonel, Chief Q.M.


Light age toning and wear. There are four very small punch holes at the top of the document which do not affect any of the content. Very interesting document regarding the loyalty of this possible ex-Confederate soldier or Virginia farmer or merchant. Soldiers and citizens living in states that had been in rebellion with the Federal government were required to swear and sign loyalty oaths to the United States. Apparently this fellow had a certificate from a Provost Marshal, but Colonel Bradley wants more proof of his loyalty to the United States and so he orders an officer at Harpers Ferry to start an investigation into the matter. 


George W. Bradley, who signed this document, enlisted as a captain, on November 26, 1862, and was commissioned into the U.S. Volunteers Quartermaster's Department. He was promoted to lieutenant colonel, on September 17, 1864. He was discharged for promotion, November 4, 1864, and was commissioned colonel, U.S. Army Quartermaster's Department. He was assigned as depot quartermaster at City Point, Va., and among other duties he had charge of water transportation on the James River.

 H 10in. x W 9in. x D 12in.  H 36in. x D 19in.

Architect / Art Cabinet, 19íLong, Custom $20000.00

 

Yankee Colonel Questions the Loyalty of $45.00

 

H 10in. x W 9in. x D 12in. $0.00

 

H 36in. x D 19in. $0.00




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