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<b>United States Congressman and Senator from Connecticut


Governor of Connecticut


Attorney General of the United States


United States Secretary of the Navy</b>


(1792-1869) Born in Newtown, Conn., he studied law, was admitted to the bar in 1818, and commenced practice in Hartford, Conn. He was the prosecuting attorney of Hartford Co., 1822-35, and 1842-44; served as U.S. Congressman, 1835-39; elected Governor of Connecticut by the legislature in 1846; appointed U.S. Attorney General, in the Cabinet of President James K. Polk, 1848-49; served as U.S. Senator, 1852-57; appointed U.S. Secretary of the Navy, in the Cabinet of President James Buchanan, 1857-61.


<u>Signature With Sentiment</u>: 4 1/2 x 2 1/4, in ink. </u>: Very respectfully, y[ou]r. ob[edien]t. s[ervan]t., I. Toucey.      


<b>Commanded the 32nd Missouri Infantry during the Civil War and was wounded at Vicksburg


Governor of Louisiana


Louisiana State Congressman</b>


(1842-1931) He studied law, was admitted to the Missouri bar in 1860, and established his legal career while serving as a district attorney in Missouri. During the Civil War he was lieutenant colonel of the 32nd Missouri Infantry seeing action with them at the capture of Arkansas Post, and at Vicksburg where he was wounded. He was dishonorably discharged from the army for allegedly exaggerating the number of Union casualties, but after his personal appeal to President Abraham Lincoln he was reinstated to his former military status. After rejoining the army he commanded the regiment at the battle of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, took part in the Atlanta campaign, and reinforced General N.P. Banks at the Red Cedar retreat. He was later commissioned as judge of the Department of the Gulf Provost Court. Henry C. Warmoth was the 23rd Governor of Louisiana, from 1868 to 1872.** Facing criticism from some Republican leaders for supporting weakened civil rights legislation and for endorsing a Democratic/Fusionist ticket in the 1872 election, Warmoth's term culminated in impeachment proceedings and suspension from office. Lieutenant Governor P.B.S. Pinchback assumed office during Warmoth's absence, becoming the first African-American governor in the United States. The impeachment charges against Warmoth were dropped after his term of office ended. He was the first elected Reconstruction Governor of Louisiana; later, he was elected as a Louisiana State Representative, serving one term from 1876 to 1878 while Reconstruction ended and the federal government withdrew its troops from the state. In 1888, Warmoth challenged former governor and ex-Confederate General Francis T. Nicholls in a gubernatorial contest and narrowly lost to the Democrat in an election noted for widespread voter fraud. In 1890, Warmoth was appointed U.S. Collector of Customs in New Orleans and served in that capacity for several years. He published his memoirs, "War, Politics and Reconstruction," in 1930. It is well regarded and considered a classic of the genre. Warmoth died in New Orleans in 1931, at the age of 89.


<u>Signature</u>: 4 3/4 x 1, in ink, H.C. Warmoth.



** WBTS Trivia: Henry C. Warmoth was sworn into office as Governor of Louisiana on July 13, 1868. Elected at the age of 26, he was one of the youngest governors in United States history. Stevens T. Mason, the first governor of Michigan, was the youngest state governor, elected at age 24. 

 


<b>Commanding 9th Vermont Infantry


1864 Endorsement Signed with rank</b>


Valentine G. Barney, was a resident of Swanton, Vermont, when he enlisted as a sergeant, on May 2, 1861, and was mustered into the 1st Vermont Infantry, a three months regiment. He was mustered out of this regiment at Brattleboro, Vt., on August 15, 1861. On June 14, 1862, he was commissioned captain, and mustered into Co. A, 9th Vermont Infantry. He was promoted to lieutenant colonel, on May 24, 1863, and was mustered out of the Union Army on June 13, 1865. While serving with the 9th Vermont, Barney's regiment saw action at Winchester, Va.; Harpers Ferry, W.V.; Bogue Sound, N.C., where on Feb. 2, 1864, they had 3 men killed, 14 wounded, and 49 captured; Chaffin's Farm, Va., where on Sept. 9, 1864, the regiment had 7 men killed, and 45 wounded; and at Fair Oaks, Va., where they had 1 man killed, 5 wounded, and 6 captured, on Oct. 27-28, 1864.


<u>Endorsement Signed</u>: 6 1/4 x 3 1/2, in ink, I hereby certify that the position of Capt. in Co. G is vacant caused by resignation of Capt. E.A. Kilbourne to date Sept. 22d, 1864. "V.G. Barney, Lt. Col." signed above his printed title of Commanding.           


8 x 10 1/4, imprinted form filled out in ink. The United States To W.W. Sherman, Pay Master, U.S.A. 1863. For Transportation as per appended statement. $119.50. 


I certify that the above account is correct and just, that the services were rendered as stated; and that they were necessary for the public service; and that the services have been reported by me, according to the Army Regulations. W.W. Sherman, Paymaster.


Received at New Orleans, La. the 22 of June 1863 of Capt. J.W. McClure, Ast. Qr. Mr. United States Army, the sum of One hundred nineteen dollars and Fifty cents, in full of the above account. W.W. Sherman, Paymaster.


Light age toning and wear with a small riveted hole at the upper center which does not affect any of the content.


William W. Sherman, a native of New Jersey, twice penned his large and bold signature to this document. Sherman enlisted on June 1, 1861, as a major, and was commissioned into the U.S. Volunteers Paymaster Department. He was dismissed on January 4. 1864.

Autograph, Isaac Toucey $25.00

 

Autograph, Lieutenant Colonel Henry C. W $35.00

 

Autograph, Lieutenant Colonel Valentine $10.00

 

1863 Transportation Payment to U. S. Paym $25.00




Civil War patriotic imprint with full color illustration of Columbia holding an American flag and a cornucopia, with spread winged eagle at lower left. Verse above, "We must keep that Flag where it e'er has stood, In front of the Free, the Wise, and the Good!! And fight and fall, at our Country's call, To defend the Flag of the People!" Light age toning.


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Civil War patriotic imprint with full color illustration of a Revolutionary War officer resembling George Washington holding his sword aloft in one hand and an American flag in the other. Motto above, "Death To Traitors. Light age toning. 


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 <b>to U.S. Officer Stationed in New York City Harbor</b>


Civil War date envelope with C.D.S. New Orleans, Sep. 4, 1862, with 3 cents George Washington postage stamp [Scott #64] with bulls eye cancellation. Addressed to Lieut. M.H. Stacey, Fort Hamilton, New York. The envelope is torn along the upper edges where it was opened. Red wax seal on the back flap. 


May Humphreys Stacey, a Pennsylvania native, enlisted on May 14, 1861, as a 1st lieutenant, and was commissioned into the 12th U.S. Infantry. He was promoted to captain on August 18, 1864, for gallantry in action on the Weldon Railroad, Va.; brevet major, and brevet lieutenant colonel, April 9, 1865, for gallantry in the campaign that resulted in the surrender of the insurgent army under General Robert E. Lee. 


WBTS Trivia: During the Civil War, Fort Hamilton's garrison protected the New York City harbor against the possibility of Confederate raiders. It also provided troops to help put down the 1863 New York City Draft Riots, and served as a prisoner-of-war camp.    


This is a 5 x 4 1/2 piece of an album page with two Civil War date autographs of Union nurses neatly written in ink that came out of a soldier autograph album that was long ago broken up. #1: Clara Norris, Fortress Monroe, Va., January 1, 1865. #2: Nellie Norris, Washington, D.C., August 15, 1864. Very fine.

We Must Keep That Flag $5.00

 

Death to Traitors $5.00

 

1862 Cover Sent From New Orleans, La. $10.00

 

Autographs, Union Civil War Nurses, 1864 $15.00




(1820-1891) Graduated #6 in the West Point class of 1840. Rising to be one of the Union's most renowned military leaders, Sherman saw action at 1st Bull Run, Shiloh, Chickasaw Bluffs, Arkansas Post, Vicksburg, Missionary Ridge, Atlanta, the infamous March to the Sea, and the 1865 Carolina's campaign. He received the surrender of Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston's army at Greensboro, N.C., on April 26, 1865. Sherman continued in the Regular Army after the war and became a Lieutenant General on July 25, 1866, and Full General, on March 4, 1869.


<u>Signature With Rank, Place & Date</u>: 4 3/4 x 2 7/8, in ink, W.T. Sherman, General, Washington, D.C., Dec. 15, 1887. Very nice and an extremely desirable autograph.  


 


Civil War patriotic imprint with full color illustration of a female figure wearing an American flag dress and holding a sword in one hand and the scales of justice in the other. Slogan below: "No North, no South, No East, No West But Equal and Exact Justice to all."  Light age toning and a small tear at bottom right edge that has been repaired on the reverse with archival document tape. 


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 Standing 6 3/4 inches and 4 13/16 inches in diameter with a 2 1/2 inch wide opening at the mouth, this attractive 19th century oyster jar remains in pleasing condition with no cracks, chips or other detracting issues and is nicely maker marked GEORGE SKEY – WILNECOTE – TAMWORTH.  George Skey established his stoneware works in Tamworth in 1860 and quickly became a world leader in the manufacture of all manner of stoneware containers.  His stoneware beer bottles will offer Civil War collectors the most prevalent example of his product with oyster jars such as this one showing up in far less quantity.   A coveted culinary treat of the Civil War camp, period photographic examples of these stoneware oyster jars seem reserved to the officer’s mess table.  <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!  Our photo illustrations will do best as a description of these nice old 18th century scales.  Untouched and completely original even to the original green cotton suspensions, the iron beam is nicely shaped in the classic style of the 18th century.  The brass pans offer an attractive deep age patina.  The original sharkskin covered pocket case remains sound at the hinges and while one of the closure clasps is missing, remains in nice condition commensurate with age and period use.  The inside cover retains its period silk lining under an attractive printed guide to weight of various gold coins.  All original and pleasing to the eye, this little scale will lay in nicely with Colonial / American Revolutionary War relics.  <B>Don't forget to give our search feature a try</B> for special wants. A simple <B>key word</B> in lower case works best. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !!

Autograph, General William T. Sherman $295.00

 

No North, No South, No East, No West $5.00

 

19th century -- Skey’s - Wilnecote Works $65.00

 

18th century CASED BALANCE SCALES $195.00

With hand stitched leather and white cotton cord with decorative hand rendered macramé embellishments in a familiar patriotic style of the earlier 1800s, this attractive antique girth strap remains in exceptional, seemingly unused condition while offering good evidence of age and originality. [A bit of blue milk paint in one place (see photo) can be easily removed if the new owner wishes.]  This outstanding piece of Americana measures approximately 37 inches in length by 7 1/2 inches wide and will display well on a wall, with antique western or equestrian  equipment or as companion to a nice period antique saddle, military or civilian..  <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!  


<b>Colonel of the 7th Illinois Cavalry during the Civil War


U.S. Senator from Louisiana


Member of the President Andrew Johnson Impeachment Congress


Governor of Louisiana</b>


(1830-1918) Presidential elector on the Republican ticket in 1860. Appointed by President Abraham Lincoln as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Territory of Nebraska in 1861. Served as Colonel of the 7th Illinois Cavalry during the Civil War until ill health forced his resignation. Appointed by President Lincoln as collector of the port of New Orleans in 1865. This launched Kellogg's notable 20 year political career in Louisiana. Served as United States Senator, from Louisiana, 1867-72. Served as Governor of Louisiana, 1873-74. Re-elected as U.S. Senator, serving, 1877-83.


<u>Signature With State</u>: 5 3/8 x 2, in ink, Wm. P. Kellogg, Louisiana.  


Civil War patriotic imprint with full color vignette of Columbia holding a sword and an American flag. Motto above, "Never let that Flag be Dishonored." Light age toning. 


***See our Patriotic Imprints section to read more information about this item.   Offered in fine, <I>as new</I> condition after decades of storage, we have a very limited number of <B>Dr. CHILTON’s FEVER and AGUE CURE Manufactured by COMSTOCK & BROTHER, New York</B> labeled pill boxes of turned birch wood, each containing a complement of pills.   Founded in New York in 1853 the Comstock & Brother apothecary firm was a colorful outfit to say the least, spending as much time in court fighting off charges that they had invented doctors such as <I>Dr. Chilton</I> out of thin air simply to promote their <I>cures</I>. In one instance court records show they not only created an cure creator but invented a history to include family members and life among the Indians where the secrets of the <I>cure</I> were learned.  By 1863 the brothers Comstock had parted ways and their apothecary business ceased to exist. More than anyone needs to know we suppose but an interesting bit of Americana.  Priced here individually for the collector who would enjoy one, this offering will go well in any period apothecary, early <I>quack</I> medicine or Civil War era personal grouping.  please note:   <B>ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!!</B>  Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !!

fine antique - Saddle Girth Strap $175.00

 

Autograph, William P. Kellogg $35.00

 

Never Let That Flag Be Dishonored $5.00

 

Original! c. 1853 / 1862 Dr. CHILTON’S $45.00

Our photographs will likely do best to describe this colorful multi-dimensional Victorian picture puzzle.  Offered here as attic found, stored in a wonderfully labeled <B>CRANDALL’S - Great Show Acrobats – Pat. 1867</B> dovetailed, game box.  The slide top pine box remains in excellent condition measuring approximately 9 7/8 x 6 1/8 x 2 inches.  The puzzle consists of 20 wood blocks each 1 ¼ inch square. Each covered on four sides by colorfully illustrated lithograph paper, each side a portion of one of six detailed scenes. (see photos).  Two period printed sheets remain in the box as a guide to scenes.  (We will include laser printed views to each of the additional scenes.)  The blocks remain in eye appealing condition with bright colors but with wear at the edges as evidence of period use of the toy.  An attractive mid 1800s play item, the owner will have a tough time deciding which of the colorful illustrations to display.  <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!  


Civil War patriotic imprint with spread winged eagle in flight with a riband in its mouth with the motto, "State Sovereignty National Union." 


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Civil War patriotic imprint with sticker of Major Anderson in uniform within a red, white and blue American shield. Major Anderson commanded the Union Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor during the bombardment that started The War Between The States on April 12, 1861. Uncommon in this format. 


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Civil War patriotic imprint with vignette of Columbia wearing an American flag dress and holding a sword and the scales of justice. Slogan below, "Columbia, Columbia, to glory arise. The queen of the world and the child of the skies." Light age toning.


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attic find Antique Wood Block PICTURE PU $125.00

 

State Sovereignty National Union $5.00

 

Major Robert Anderson $5.00

 

Columbia, Columbia, To Glory Arise $5.00




Civil War patriotic imprint with illustration of George Washington in an oval. Slogan printed below: "First in Peace. First in War and First in the hearts of his Countrymen." Light age toning and wear.


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WBTS Trivia: The well known slogan on this patriotic imprint was given a humorous spin and used in the 1900's in regards to the Washington Senators professional baseball club. The slogan adopted for the hapless Senators was, "Washington; First in Peace, First in War, and last place in the American League."     


Civil War patriotic imprint with vignette of a star at the center of this design surrounded by American shields and flags, with a spread winged eagle at the top. The banner reads, "E Pluribus Unum." "Star Of Destiny" is in large letters at the upper right. Published by James Gates, Cincinnati. Light age toning and wear. 


***See our Patriotic Imprints section to read more information about this item.   Finely die struck with gold wash, this <I>extra quality</I> false bullion cross cannon insignia remains in exceptional condition in all respects and comes with an equally fine pair of <B>A</B> cap buttons. Illustrated here with a quarter for size comparison, the crossed cannon insignia measures 2 ½ inches wide and retains all four of its original soldered on fastening wires.  The buttons are back marked <B>HORSTMANN’S  NY & PHI</B>.  An extremely fine all original Civil War artillery grouping!  <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!  


<b>18th President of the United States</b>


(1822-1885) Graduated in the West Point class of 1843, and fought in the Mexican War. He served as Commander-in-Chief of all Union armies from 1863-65. He fought in the Civil War battles of Fort Henry, Fort Donelson, Shiloh, Vicksburg, the Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor and the Appomattox campaign. Served as 18th President of the United States 1869-77.


<u>Signature</u>: 5 x 2 1/8, in ink, boldly signed in large letters, U.S. Grant. Very desirable.

George Washington $5.00

 

Star Of Destiny $5.00

 

extra fine! original Civil War – ARTILLE $225.00

 

Autograph, General Ulysses S. Grant $500.00

Considered by many to be the first officer to fall as a causality of the Civil War, the image of young Zouave Colonel Elmer Ellsworth became a center piece among Union sympathizers after he was shot and killed as he removed a Confederate flag from the Marshal House in Alexandria, Virginia.   Badges such as this one featuring a <I>gem</I> size tintype of Col. Ellsworth were worn by military and civilian citizens in the patriotic fervor of the early Civil War. (see cover: <I>MILITARY IMAGES</I> Autumn 2017 p.32 )   A scarce period example, our illustration will do best to describe this attractive offering.  <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  A nice item for the lighting enthusiast, Indian War era personal item collector or 19th century Americana fan, this little oil lamp is offered untouched and just as it came out of decades of storage.  Remaining entirely original, complete and in fine condition yet with an eye pleasing natural age patina on its brass components, this little finger lamp is marked <B> *  PATENTED * OCTOBER 28, 1873*</B> <B>Don't forget to give our search feature a try</B> for special wants. A simple <B>key word</B> in lower case works best. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !!  A classic of common life seldom surviving to reach todays collector of Civil War mess gear or personal items, the vast majority of these cans were crushed and cast away once they had served their purpose.  Telltale of the period is the extremely thin sheet iron material, over lapping lead soldered seams and the spot of solder sealing what had served as a vent hole in the top of the can.  The period preservation process required that full cans be heated with the small vent hole then sealed with a spot of lead solder.  (The heating and resulting vacuum resulting from sealing off the vent before the content was entirely cool offered some considerable shelf life in the days before refrigeration.)  This rare intact example somehow avoided the crushing boot and trash heap and just for effect comes with a good old cast spoon of the same era.  A simple period pair that will add a finishing touch to any Civil War personal or winter camp grouping.  <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>  <FONT COLOR=#0000FF>Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! :</FONT COLOR=#0000FF>



 This attractive little traveling ink measures approximately 1 inch in diameter, stands about 1 7/8 inch high and remains in an eye appealing as found and untouched condition just as it came out after decades of storage.  The body and original screw cap offer that rich chocolate patina that is so desirous in this material and comes only with good honest age.  A neat piece for inclusion in any Civil War vintage grouping, writing instrument enthusiast. (see: <I>India-Rubber & Gutta-Percha In The Civil War Era</I> by Mike Woshner )  <B>Don't forget to give our search feature a try</B> for special wants. A simple <B>key word</B> in lower case works best. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !!

Early Civil War - Col. Elmer Ellsworth P $295.00

 

Patent 1873 FINGER LAMP $75.00

 

original! Civil War vintage TIN CAN & SP

 

Civil War era HARD RUBBER TRAVELING INK $65.00

H 35in. x W 58in.  H 30in. x W 138in.  H 14in. x W 20in. x D 10in.  H 31in. x W 31in.

BLACK CAT TOBACCO SIGN $0.00

 

CIGARETTE SIGN 12 FT LONG $0.00

 

Classic wall lights $0.00

 

ROAD SIGN $0.00

H 24in. x W 24in.  H 17in. x W 14in.  H 17in. x W 17in.  Penned on a single 8 X 10 sheet folded to offer 3  pages of cursive script laying out the <I>British & European Law</I> of <I> Uniform System of Night Signals</I> with a matching brown ink penned notation on the 4th page originally folded to serve as a cover. That notation is simply directed <I>Capt.</I> and advises <I>Night signaling as is required in British waters.  Per order:  <B>Adml. Semmes C. S. N.</B></I>  <U>Not a signature</U> but clearly an effort to pass along with emphasis the requirements of night signaling while sailing in British and European waters, to a ship’s Captain unfamiliar with sailing in such locations.  The particular circumstances of this interesting communication has been lost in time and must be left to the speculation.  A neat remnant of the Confederate Navy effort to keep the <I>homeland</I> supplied with the necessities of war, we would guess that the document was aimed in some fashion toward blockade running operations.  A neat item for the Confederate Navy and blockade running.  <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>  <FONT COLOR=#0000FF>Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! :</FONT COLOR=#0000FF>

STOP SIGN $0.00

 

INSURANCE SIGN $0.00

 

SHUR-GRAIN SIGN $0.00

 

British and European UNIFORM SYSTEM OF N $245.00

Most frequently referred to by collectors simply as a <I>foot warmer</I> these attractive portable warmers were in actuality  as versatile as the imagination and need to ward off the chill of winter.  Under the heavy blanket or buffalo robe of carriage or sleigh, family pew of a drafty church in winter, or in a sick room, these hand crafted ember <I>stoves</I> offered much comfort in a wide variety of circumstances.  This one measures approximately 8 inches square and stands about 5 ½ inches high not counting the wire bale carrier.  The new owner will likely wish a light cleaning and a bit of wax polish as we were fortunate enough to acquire the piece as you see it here untouched and as found after decades of attic storage.  A rarity in this condition, we chose to leave it pure and as found..  Complete even to include the original sheet iron <I>ember-holder</I> which is nearly always missing, this example remains in especially nice condition with no breaks, repairs or condition issues.   A classic of the type the wood frame sports turned columns with mortis and tenon joints all without the use of nails or metal brads.  The pierce decorated body is of tinned sheet iron, lead soldered with classic hinged door and wire latch.  The beveled ember container is of the classic design with a slightly curved up at the center bottom so as to allow air circulation  preventing overheating and eventual burning through at the bottom.  <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>  <FONT COLOR=#0000FF>Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! :</FONT COLOR=#0000FF>


 H 28in. x D 14in.


more in stock  H 72in. x W 37in. x D 1 1/4in.  H 77in. x W 25in x D 5/8in.

c. 1700s through mid 1800s portable - W $245.00

 

INDUSTRIAL PENDANT LIGHTS $0.00

 

4 SETs OF RED WOODEN SHUTTERS IN FRAMES $800.00

 

V-JOINT DOOR SET $250.00

H 30in. x W 32in. x D 24in.  H 18in. x W 30in.  H 14in. x W 4in. x D 6in.  H 17in. x W 13in. x D 10in.

8 available

LARGE OVAL SINK 1920 $850.00

 

BUMP SIGN $0.00

 

Deco wall lights set of 5 $0.00

 

Large brass wall lights. . . up / down option $0.00

H 48in. x W 20in. x D 10in.  H 12in. x W 15in. x W 15in.  H 22in. x W 27in. x D 40in.  H 20in. x W 18in. x D 3in.

BARREL DOLLY $255.00

 

CORNER SINK $650.00

 

ARCHITECTURAL VENTor WINDOW SHROUD $1200.00

 

MAGNUM BEER SIGN $0.00

H 40in. x W 60in.  H 13in. x W 18in. x D 2in.  H 26in. x W 34in. x D 2in.  H 17in. x W 15in. x D 8in.

ESSO OVAL $0.00

 

MACHINERY SIGN $0.00

 

IRON WINDOW GRILL $950.00

 

IRON WALL SCONCES $150.00

H 13in. x W 19in.  H 22in. x D 14 1/2in. x D 1/2in.  H 67in. x W 13in. x D 2in.  H 63in. x W 18in. x D 1/2in.


price per leaf

TEA SIGN $0.00

 

IRON GRILLES $125.00

 

VINTAGE NARROW SHUTTERS $500.00

 

OLD SHUTTERS $250.00

H 48in. x W 14in.  H 18in. x W 36in. x D 1/2in.  H 36in. x W 9in. x D 16in.  H 323in. x W 29in.

FISK TIRE SIGN $0.00

 

UNDERWEAR SIGN $0.00

 

BOAT MOTOR $250.00

 

MILK SIGN $0.00




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