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Auction Description for Austin Auction Gallery: DAY 1 FIREARMS, CIVIL WAR, JEWELRY, HANDBAGS
Auction Description:
A huge auction including historic Texas Civil War era items, large handgun collection, huge selection of McKenzie-Childs furniture and collectibles, Maitland-Smith, large group of Waterford crystal, Italian and French antiques, mid-century modern furnishings, Texas and European fine art, sterling silver, more than 250 designer handbags and accessories, architectural items, something for everyone.

DAY 1 FIREARMS, CIVIL WAR, JEWELRY, HANDBAGS (736 Lots)

by Austin Auction Gallery


736 lots with images

February 18, 2017

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Austin, TX, USA

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REPUBLIC OF TEXAS NEWSPAPER, DECEMBER 1844

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Description: Republic of Texas era newspaper, "Telegraph and Texas Register", Houston, Wednesday, December 4, 1844, four pages, numerous articles and ads including 22 killed in fighting between Mexicans and Comanche, colonization of Oregon, search for two children taken by Indians, political articles regarding the United States and Texas Presidential candidates, reward ads for wanted persons including runaway slaves, folds, foxing, small holes, tears, folded in half: 12.5"h, 17.5"w Start Price: $80.00

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REPUBLIC OF TEXAS NEWSPAPER, JULY 1845

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Description: Republic of Texas newspaper, "Texas National Register", Vol 1, No. 30, Washington, Texas, Thursday, July 3, 1845, eight pages, this published ten days after the Congress of Texas voted in favor of annexation by the United States, articles on the death of Andrew Jackson (June 8, 1845), notices that England would not attempt to defeat annexation of Texas, peace treaty in progress with the Comanche Indians in Bexas County, activities in the Texas Senate and House of Representatives, reward notice for the return of captives now in the hands of hostile Indians, paper has been laid on line material for preservation, foxing, holes, housed in folder 18.75"h, 13"w Start Price: $100.00

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REPUBLIC OF TEXAS NEWSPAPER, JULY 1845

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Description: Republic of Texas newspaper, "Texas National Register", Vol 1, No. 31, Washington, Texas, Thursday, July 10, 1845, eight pages, articles including discover of giant bones in Alabama, death of the vice president of the Republic, article on annexation, Mexico offers Texas alternatives to U.S. annexation, activities of the Texas congress, Louisiana extends right of suffrage to white men at least 21 years old, military orders, reward for any American woman or child take by Indians, commercial advertisements, paper has been laid on line material for preservation, foxing, holes, housed in folder 18.75"h, 13"w Start Price: $100.00

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MAP, PLAN CITY OF HOUSTON & ENVIRONS TEXAS, 1858

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Description: "Plan of the City of Houston & Environs, Texas", drawn by E.F. Gray, Miller's Liith. 142 Broadway, N.Y., believed edition c. 1858, tears and holes, approx. 28"h, 34.25"w, acrylic frame: 36"h, 40"w, 27lbs Provenance: descendants of Robert Cochran Campbell (Maryland, Texas, b.1809), Texas District Judge, Galveston County 1861 State Convention Delegate voting to secede from the Union. At top left in ink: "Property of Bella Campbell Brinsmade. At the center of left margin in ink are the initials RCC and notations likely relative to property ownership indicated by block numbers. Start Price: $800.00

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1851 TEXAS GOVERNOR BELL JUDICIAL APPOINTMENT

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Description: Document signed by the Governor of Texas, Peter Hansbrough Bell (1810-1989, governor 1849-1853) at Austin, January 10, 1851, appointing Robert C. Campbell, "Esquire, a Gentleman learned in the law" as Special Associate Justice of the Texas Supreme Court, stating that the Chief Justice, John Hemphill and Associate Justice A.S. Lipscomb, because of previous association with the parties of a particular case disqualified themselves to sit in judgement, further signed by James F. Johnson, Acting Secretary of State, Campbell's sworn and signed oath appearing on the verso, 12.5"h, 8.75"w **Note: Robert Cochran Campbell (Maryland, Texas, b.1809), Texas District Judge, Galveston County 1861 State Convention Delegate voting to secede from the Union Start Price: 80

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ELECTION TO TEXAS CONVENTION TO SECEDE FROM UNION

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Description: Certificate of Election certifying that Judge R.C. Campbell was elected to the Office of Delegate to the State Convention to be held 28 January, 1861, signed by the Chief Justice of Galveston County, Texas, on February 1, 1861, the convention voted to secede from the Union; Texas was admitted to the Confederacy on March 1, 1861, certificate: 10.5"h, 8.25"w Note: Robert Cochran Campbell (Maryland, Texas, 1809). Texas District Judge, Galveston County 1861 State Convention Delegate voting to secede from the Union, Start Price: $80.00

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TEXAS CONGRESS VOTES TO SECEDE FROM UNION 1861

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Description: Civil War, Texas Ordinance of Secession dated February 1, 1861, published by the Texas State Gazette, Austin, reciting the ordinance and listing those representatives voting to secede from the United States, slight foxing, hole at fold, chipping at edges, 19"h, 11"w *Note: One signer was R.C. Campbell, a Texas judge and the subject of several lots in this auction. Start Price: $80.00

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CSA CONGRESS SECESSION TEXAS DELEGATE LETTER

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Description: Handwritten letter datelined February 24,1861, Montgomery, Alabama written by William Beck Ochitree (1811-1867), a delegate from Texas to the Provisional Congress of the Confederate States of America at Montgomery, sent to Robert C. Campbell, consisting of six pages of effusive endorsements of the Confederacy and its' leaders including President Davis and cabinet members, suggests the possibility of war writing about the "Ides of March", hopes that Texas will secede from the Union **Provenance: By inheritance, the descendants of Robert Cochran Campbell (Maryland, Texas, b.1809). Texas District Judge, Galveston County 1861 State Convention Delegate voting to secede from the Union, Start Price: $80.00

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TEXAS CONFEDERATE PAYMENT FOR SLAVE LABOR, 1864

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Description: Confederate payment appropriation for engineer service, payable to Bob Campbell, Walker County, Texas for supplying a slave for labor on the construction of the Eastern Texas Railroad, from February 18th to April 3, 1864, signed in duplicate by a Lieutenant and aide to Brigadier General P.O. Hebert (Paul Octave Hébert, 1818-1880) , U.S. Military Academy graduate 1840, 14th Governor of Louisiana,1853-1856, brigadier general Confederate States Army, tears at folds, 11.25"h, 8.5"w Note: Robert Cochran Campbell (Maryland, Texas, b.1809), Texas District Judge, Galveston County 1861 State Convention Delegate voting to secede from the Union Start Price: $80.00

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(4) CIVIL WAR & GALVESTON TEXAS CONGRESS, GENERAL

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Description: (lot of 4) Civil War documents relating to Galveston, Texas: (1) handwritten March 6, 1861 minutes of a Texas Committee of Safety of the Confederacy advising that a U.S. ship had arrived (Port of Galveston) and discussion whether to seize it under the command of General Sherman (Major General Sidney Sherman, Republic of Texas Militia, b.1805-d.1873); (1) handwritten March 7, 1861, minutes of the Texas Committee of Safety of the Confederacy, stating that Abraham Lincoln's inaugural address was a declaration of war, and that a recently arrived U.S. schooner at Galveston should be seized; (1) Confederate pay voucher dated September 1863 for service as laborers, two slaves, for the construction of fortifications on Galveston Island to and signed by Robert C. Campbell, approved by Major General Magruder (Virginia, 1807-1871), signed by Brigadier General James E. Slaughter (Virginia, 1827-1901) as Chief of Staff, tears at folds, 10.5"h, 8.5"w; (1) letter datelined Galveston, March 14, 1861 to Judge R.C. Campbell from E.C. Wharton introducing Lt. Col. Sayres and mentions Col. McCullough, the letter being sent while Campbell was participating in the secession convention.*Note 1: Robert Cochran Campbell (Maryland, Texas, b.1809), Texas District Judge, Galveston County 1861 State Convention Delegate voting to secede from the Union. *Note 2: the Battle of Galveston took place on January 1, 1863 and was won by Confederate forces under the command of General John Magruder. It was the only port still in Confederate hands at the end of the Civil War. *Note 3,: Brigadier General James Slaughter was in command of Confederate troops in the Brownsville, Texas area on May 12 and 13, 1865, more than a month after Lee surrendered at Appomattox. Although pressed by Union troops at nearby Palmito Ranch, Slaughter declined to order soldiers into battle, not wanting more casualties on either side. A subordinate led the Confederate troops and the ensuing battle was the last of the Civil War. Both Slaughter and his subordinate Col John S. Ford subsequently fled to Mexico. Note 4: Benjamin McCullough (1811-1862), a soldier in the Texas Revolution, a Texas Ranger, a major general in the Texas militia and thereafter a major in the United States Army (United States Volunteers) during the Mexican-American War, a U.S. marshal, and a brigadier general in the army of the Confederate States. Start Price: $200.00

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U.S. CIVIL WAR TEXAS CONFEDERACY AMNESTY OATH

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Description: U.S. Civil War Amnesty Oath, dated August 4, 1865, swearing to faithfully defend the Constitution of the United States, sworn by R.C. Campbell, certificate: 11"h, 8.5"w *Note: Robert Cochran Campbell (Maryland, Texas, 1809), Texas District Judge, Galveston County 1861 State Convention Delegate voting to secede from the Union Start Price: $100.00

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CONFEDERATE PARDON BY PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON

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Description: Executive clemency for taking part in the rebellion against the government of the United States issued to R. C. Campbell of Houston, Texas, December 8, 1865, signed by Andrew Johnson, President and William H Seward, Secretary of State, with the Great Seal of the United States, 18"h, 11.5"w Note: Robert Cochran Campbell (Maryland, Texas, b.1809), Texas District Judge, Galveston County 1861 State Convention Delegate voting to secede from the Union, Start Price: $800.00

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1864 CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS RECORD OF BATTLES

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Description: Confederate "Descriptive List and Account of pay and Clothing of Private Robt Campbell (1844-c.1892), Co. A, 5th Texas Regiment, Gregg's Brigade, Lee's Army" ,the latest date listed being November 1, 1864, includes clothing drawn, pay due and a listing of battles he fought in including Eltham's Landing (Va), May 1862, Seven Pines, Gaines Mills, Malvern Hill (July 1, 1862), Freeman's Ford (1st Battle of Rappahannock), August 23, 1862, Second Battle of Manassas, August 28 & 29, 1862, severely wounded, Battle of Shepherdstown (illegible), September 19, 1862 where he was wounded again, Knoxville, Tn, November 1863, ..(illegible), Spotsylvania, May 10, 1864, and all succeeding battles until October 7, 1864 when he was wounded in a severe engagement on October 7, 1864 at the Battle of Darby Town Road in breast and knee", all in the handwriting, signed and dated November 1, 1864 by B.P. Fuller, 1st Lieutenant, , small holes at folds, 10"h, 16.75"w **Note: The 5th Texas Brigade is best known as Hood's Brigade (John Bell Hood, 1831-1879). Hood was promoted to division commander and in 1863. Hood's Brigade was subsequently commanded by Brigadier General John Gregg who was killed in action at the Battle of Darby Town Road on October 7, 1864, the same day that Robert Campbell was wounded. Campbell wrote of his Civil War experiences. That record has been annotated and published as: "Lone Star Confederate: A Gallant and Good Soldier of the Fifth Texas Infantry (Williams-Ford Texas A&M University Military History Series)", George Skoch (Editor), Mark W. Perkins (Editor), February, 2003, including extensive biographical information on many persons mentioned in Campbell's narrative. Start Price: $150.00

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(25+) CONFEDERATE CIVIL WAR SOLDIER LETTERS, TEXAS

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Description: (lot of 25+ ) Civil War letters, written by Private Robert Campbell (1844-c.1892, Co. A, 5th Texas Regiment, Hoods Brigade, later Gregg's Brigade, Lee's Army), mostly written to his father Judge Robert C. Campbell, delegate to the Texas Congress convention that voted to secede from the Union, excerpts: "Sunday, Sept. 28, 1862, Warrenton, Va., Battle of Manassas '62, the Texas Brigade got into the fight on Friday, in the evening about 5 pm. We drove the enemy about 2 miles and the we fell back"; a PS dated Oct 1, "On last Monday, Sept 29, a Yankee reg. of cavalry came into town...but to their credit be it said they acted in gentlemanly manners..the Yankee commander said "I will treat the wounded as I would my father and mother. We were all take prisoners and paroled as yet we have not been exchanged"; "Richmond, May 15, 1863, I arrived this place yesterday morning.....P.S. I expect I will call upon the President tonight, though can't say as I have no one to go with me", Sept 16, 1862, ..the Battle of Manassas..was the hottest and most bloody field I ever saw...we had 15 wounded in our company"; one letter with map detailing a battle, some hard to read, together with a few letters from his mother and father, letters from Arthur E. Edy, Agent, 5th Texas Volunteers to his father, letters that are illegible not included in count Note: Campbell wrote of his Civil War experiences. That record has been annotated and published as: "Lone Star Confederate: A Gallant and Good Soldier of the Fifth Texas Infantry (Williams-Ford Texas A&M University Military History Series)", George Skoch (Editor), Mark W. Perkins (Editor), February, 2003, including extensive biographical information on many persons mentioned in Campbell's narrative. Start Price: $500.00

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(2) TWO CONFEDERATE LETTERS, CONGRESSMAN, SOLDIER

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Description: (lot of 2) Civil War letters: (1) letter date lined Richmond, September 26 (1862) by P.W. Gray to Judge Robert C. Campbell advising that he had just received a letter from Judge Campbell's son, Robert, stating that he was wounded in the Battle at Manassas and asking for help in getting a furlough, Gray states that General Lee speaks in highest terms of our Brigade (Hood's Texas 5th)...He says "they fought grandly in every contest"; (1) letter datelined Richmond, September 30, 1862 to Robert Campbell acknowledging receipt of his letter and that he is working to get him (Robert) a furlough *Note: P.W. Gray (Peter W. Gray 18191-1874, representative to the Texas Secession Convention, Member of the First Confederate Congress, Texas Confederate Treasury Agent, his reports mentioned in the U.S. Congress impeachment investigation of President Andrew Johnson); Robert Cochran Campbell (Maryland, Texas, b.1809), Texas District Judge, Galveston County 1861 State Convention Delegate voting to secede from the Union; Private Robert Campbell, Texas, 1844-c.1892. Campbell wrote of his Civil War experiences. That record has been annotated and published as: "Lone Star Confederate: A Gallant and Good Soldier of the Fifth Texas Infantry (Williams-Ford Texas A&M University Military History Series)", George Skoch (Editor), Mark W. Perkins (Editor), February, 2003, including extensive biographical information on many persons mentioned in Campbell's narrative. Start Price: $60.00

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1864 HAND DRAWN CIVIL WAR MAP, PETERSBURG, VA.

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Description: (lot of 2) Hand drawn pencil map of "Confederate & Yankee Positions in the Siege of Petersburg by Rob. Campbell, Co. A, 5 Texas" (Private Robert Campbell, Texas, 1844-c.1892), showing railroad tracks, James and Appomattox Rivers,and showing positions of Yankee gunboats, Yankee and Rebel works and more, some text beginning "Our line is fifteen miles long nearly....", also show is the position of the town of City Point, Union headquarters and where the following March, Lincoln, Grant, Sherman and Porter met and with the end of the war in sight, Lincoln issued surrender instructions :"Let them surrender and go home… let them have their horses to plow with and, if you like, their guns to shoot", signed at the verso "Bob Campbell" map approx. 4.75"h, 7.75"w; (1) newspaper clipping from "The Evening Whig" (Richmond) regarding the promotion of General John B. Hood to command the army in Georgia **Note: See Soldiers Record in this auction relating to Robert Campbell. Campbell wrote of his Civil War experiences. That record has been annotated and published as: "Lone Star Confederate: A Gallant and Good Soldier of the Fifth Texas Infantry (Williams-Ford Texas A&M University Military History Series)", George Skoch (Editor), Mark W. Perkins (Editor), February, 2003, including extensive biographical information on many persons mentioned in Campbell's narrative. Start Price: $100.00

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CIRCULAR CELEBRATING CIVIL WAR HOOD'S TEXAS BRIGAD

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Description: A circular celebrating the U.S. Civil War history of Hood's Texas Brigade (John Bell Hood, 1831-1879), with handwritten notations listing various Civil War battles the brigade participated in, copy of a letter from General Robert E. Lee regarding new Texas regiments, a notation "Gregg, killed Oct 7 '64 in reference to Hood's successor General John Gregg (1828-KIA 1864 at Petersburg), at the bottom of the circular the "Song-Hood's Texas Brigade", references to the Alamo and the Mier expedition, 9.5"h, 7.75"w Start Price: $80.00

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WEDGWOOD UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS COMMEMORATIVE PLATE

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Description: Wedgwood commemorative University of Texas plate, burnt orange on white, a detailed transfer of the "Brackenridge Hall 1890-1899", a rope and bluebonnet design frame the scene with the University of Texas seal and the State seal above and below, along the rim barbwire fencing, cactus, longhorns and the lone star, verso the music and words to the first stanza of "The Eyes of Texas are upon you", Wedgwood mark, importer mark and date stamp, crazing, 10.5"diam, 1lb *Provenance: Barnard's Antiques, Salado, Texas* Start Price: $50.00

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WEDGWOOD UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS COMMEMORATIVE PLATE

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Description: Wedgwood commemorative University of Texas plate, burnt orange on white, a detailed transfer of the "Gregory Gymnasium", a rope and bluebonnet design frame the scene with the University of Texas seal and the State seal above and below, along the rim barbwire fencing, cactus, longhorns and the lone star, verso the music and words to the first stanza of "The Eyes of Texas are upon you", Wedgwood mark, importer mark and date stamp, some marks to back, crazing, 10.5"diam, 1lb *Provenance: Barnard's Antiques, Salado, Texas* Start Price: $50.00

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WEDGWOOD UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS COMMEMORATIVE PLATE

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Description: Wedgwood commemorative University of Texas plate, burnt orange on white, a detailed transfer of the "Students' Union", a rope and bluebonnet design frame the scene with the University of Texas seal and the State seal above and below, along the rim barbwire fencing, cactus, longhorns and the lone star, verso the music and words to the first stanza of "The Eyes of Texas are upon you", Wedgwood mark, importer mark and date stamp, crazing, 10.5"diam, 1lb *Provenance: Barnard's Antiques, Salado, Texas* Start Price: $50.00

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WEDGWOOD UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS COMMEMORATIVE PLATE

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Description: Wedgwood commemorative University of Texas plate, burnt orange on white, a detailed transfer of "The Old Library", a rope and bluebonnet design frame the scene with the University of Texas seal and the State seal above and below, along the rim barbwire fencing, cactus, longhorns and the lone star, verso the music and words to the first stanza of "The Eyes of Texas are upon you", Wedgwood mark, importer mark and date stamp, crazing, 10.5"diam, 1lb *Provenance: Barnard's Antiques, Salado, Texas* Start Price: $50.00

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(PAIR) TEXAS LONGHORN BRONZE BOOKENDS

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Description: (pair) Bronze bookends with a Texas Longhorn cow depicted at each base, 11"h, 7"w, 7"d, 37lbs Start Price: $60.00

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BRONZE 'MOUNTAIN MAN' SCULPTURE AFTER REMINGTON

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Description: Cast bronze sculpture mounted to marble, "Mountain Man" after the original 1907 work by Frederic Remington (Frederic Remington, New York, 1861-1909), rising on marble base, overall: 29"h, 20"w, 39lbs Start Price: $200.00

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Description: Bronze sculpture, "Coming Thru The Rye" after the orginal 1902 sculpture by Frederick Remington (Frederic Sackrider Remington, American, 186101909), housed in an acrylic case with removable top, bronze: 8"h, 8"w, bronze with case: 9.75"h, 11.5"w, 10"d, 14.75lbs Start Price: $80.00

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BRONZE 'BRONCO BUSTER' AFTER FREDERIC REMINGTON

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Description: Cast bronze sculpture mounted on marble, "The Bronco Buster", re-strike after the original 1895 sculpture by Frederic Remington (1861-1909), rising on 1.5"h marble base, overall: 23.5"h, 18.5"w, 9.5"d, 57 lbs Start Price: $200.00

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(2) BRASS BUGLES, ONE 1892 REPRODUCTION

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Description: (lot of 2) Model 1892 bugle reproduction, marked U.S. Regulation, further marked Made in Japan, dents 16.75"h, 4.25" diameter; (1) bugle, no markings, dents, 13.5"h, 4.5" diameter, total: Start Price: $60.00

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(4) U.S. FLAGS, ONE 48 STAR HORSTMANN

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Description: (lot of 4) United States flags: (1) 48 stars, 5'x8', by William H. Horstmann Company, Philadelphia; (1) marked U.S. Property, 50 stars, size 10, American Flag and Banner Company; (1) Valley Forge Flag Company, Pioneer, 13 start "76" flag, 3'x5'; (1) Nylon 3'x5' flag, 50 stars, Aradyne Flag Co., Houston Start Price: $80.00

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(3) COLT BULLET MOLD, BRASS MOLD, POWDER FLASK

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Description: (3) Firearm related items: (1) iron bullet and round ball mold marked Colt's patent and .44 caliber; (1) brass bullet and ball mold, believed to be 1850's, no marks; (1) copper powder flask embellished with relief cannon, flags, rifles and pistols, 7.1/8"h, 3.5"w Start Price: $80.00

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(5) IRON LEG IRONS, U.S. HORSE BIT, ANTIQUE LOCK

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Description: (lot of 5) Iron items: (1) hand forged prisoner or slave leg irons; (1) U.S. marked steel horse bit by Rock Island Arsenal; (1) single iron leg cuff said to be dug at Ft. Clark, Texas; (1) unmarked bronze open end cuff; (1) antique lock with key, total: 5.5lbs Start Price: $80.00

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(6) BUERMANN U.S. CAVALRY SPURS & MISC. SPURS

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Description: (lot of 6) Spurs: (1 pair) U.S. Cavalry spurs, M1911, marked at the inside center yoke U.S. over A.B. (August Buermann Co. contract); (4) misc. single spurs, one with five point star rowel, one with 2" rowel, all but one with rust, largest: 6.75" x 4.75", total: 1.75lbs Start Price: $50.00

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WHITETAIL DEER TAXIDERMY MOUNT

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Description: Whitetail deer taxidermy mount, approx. 39"h, 18,5"w, 23.5"d Start Price: $100.00

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WHITETAIL DEER TAXIDERMY MOUNT

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Description: Whitetail deer taxidermy mount, 8 points, approx. 28"h, 18.5"w, 29"d Start Price: $100.00

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GREATER KUDU ANTELOPE TAXIDERMY MOUNT

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Description: Greater Kudu antelope taxidermy mount, approx. 64"h, 22"w, 36"d Start Price: $150.00

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BLUE WILDEBEEST ANTELOPE TAXIDERMY MOUNT

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Description: Blue Wildebeest taxidermy mount, approx. 32"h, 23.5"w, 28"d Start Price: $150.00

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RACCOON TAXIDERMY MOUNT

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Description: Raccoon taxidermy mount posed with a Good & Plenty candy box, approx. 17"h, 11"w, 10.5"d Start Price: $100.00

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(4) RUSSIAN, BRITISH, U.S. WWII MILITARY HELMETS

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Description: (lot of 4) Military helmets: (1) WWII U.S. Army Airforce M3 flak helmet, rust, lacks liner; (1) Russian WWII helmet, Model 36, the top with distinctive air vent comb, rust, lacks liner; (1) Russian M40 WWII helmet with strap and adjustable leather interior; (1) British MK IV helmet with strap and intrior liner, total: 11.25lbs Start Price: $80.00

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(2) WWII & POST KOREA MILIARY PILOTS HELMETS

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Description: (1) WWII Army Air Force soft leather flying helmet by Slote & Klein; (1) U.S. pilots helmet by General Textile Mills, mid 1950's, possibly type H4, external microphone boom, internal ear phones, retains the name "X BOWIE " at top center, Start Price: $80.00

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(7) WWII, WWI MILITARY HELMETS, U.S. & BRITISH

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Description: (lot of 7) WWII military helmets: (4) believed to be American; (3) believed to be British, total: 13.5lbs Start Price: $60.00

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(5) WWII MILITARY HELMETS, GERMAN

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Description: (lot of 5) WWII military helmets, all believed to be German, lacking liners, rust, total: 12.75lbs Start Price: $80.00

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NAZI SS ARM BAND

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Description: Nazi wool arm band with swastika, tagged at the inside with silver thread Vom Reichsfuhrer SS befohlene Ausfuhrung, with SS and RZM in circles at each side, a second smaller tag below RZM in circle, 61 over 35, SS in circle, all Z's with center bar, Start Price: $50.00

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GERMAN LUGER, 3 DIGIT SERIAL, IVORY & ENGRAVING

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Description: German Parabellum pistol, Model P08, 9mm caliber, 4" barrel, eight round magazine, manufactured by Deutsches Waffen und Munitionsfabrik, Berlin (DWM), dated at top of the receiver, 1913, engraved with later foliate decoration and present owners name, later ivory grips with Nazi eagle and swastika and ivory at the unmarked magazine grip, PO8 brown leather holster marked Meyer & Abitszch, Leipzig-Gohus 1914, including interior leather pouch with magazine stripping tool having a crown mark over a letter, second unmarked magazine, SN 300 matching at seven visible parts *REQUIRES FFL TRANSFER* Start Price: $1500.00

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GERMAN LUGER P.PO 9MM PISTOL

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Description: German Parabellum pistol, Model P08, 9mm caliber, 4" barrel, eight round magazine, manufactured by Deutsches Waffen und Munitionsfabrik, Berlin (DWM), dated at top of the receiver, 1916, seven visible matching serial numbers, excellent condition, SN 8XXX *REQUIRES FFL TRANSFER* Start Price: $400.00

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GERMAN BROOMHANDLE PISTOL & WOOD STOCK / HOLSTER

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Description: German "Broomhandle" Mauser pistol, marked at right frame "Waffenfabrik Mauser, Oberndorf Neckar", 7.63mm caliber, ten round internal magazine, 5.25" barrel, incorrect "Red 9" grips, lanyard, pull back safety, graduated sight to 1000m, serial number at breach is 408XXX, five other serial numbers 207XXX, together with wood stock / holster impressed "Made in Germany" *REQUIRES FFL TRANSFER* Start Price: $500.00

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COLT 1911 PISTOL & PILOTS U.S. SHOULDER HOLSTER

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Description: Colt Model 1911 pistol, marked U.S. Army, further marked United States Property, single action, .45 caliber, 5.03" barrel, marked at front right end of slide D101, mfg. 1918, SN 537XXX, together with one pilots brown leather, over the shoulder worn, M-3 holster marked U.S. at the front and U.S. Enger-Kress at the back, **REQUIRES FFL TRANSFER** *Note: This pistol and holster were worn by our consignor during combat duties in his role a U.S. Airforce pilot with service in the Korean Conflict and the Vietnam War. His only complaint was the discomfort that the holster caused when parachuting. Start Price: $1000.00

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ITHACA 1911 A1 U.S. ARMY PISTOL WWII, U.S. HOLSTER

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Description: Ithaca Model 1911 A1, U.S. Army, marked United States Property, .45 caliber, 5.03" barrel, seven round magazine, grip safety, WWII mark "P" at top of slide, "F.J.A." inspector stamp on frame below slide stop (Frank J. Atwood, Ithaca inspector 1942-1946), "P" mark below magazine ejection button, "5" at right front trigger guard, brown checkered grips, lanyard ring, black Boyt U.S. marked holster, manufactured 1945, SN 2110XXX *REQUIRES FFL TRANSFER Start Price: $800.00

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JAPANESE WWII NAMBU PISTOL & HOLSTER

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Description: Japanese Nambu pistol, Type 14, Nagoya Arsenal, Toriimatsu Branch, First Series, manufactured September, 1943, 8mm, 4.6" barrel, eight round magazine, wood grips, matching serial number on pistol and magazine: #88XXX, together with (1) Nambu leather holster, cleaning rod, and belt, *REQUIRES FFL TRANSFER* Start Price: $400.00

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JAPANESE TYPE 26 MILITARY REVOLVER, 9MM

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Description: Japanese Type 26 hammerless revolver, Koishikawa Arsenal, Tokyo, Standard Production, top break double action, 9mm, six round cylinder, 4.76" barrel, checkered wood grips, lanyard ring, SN 33XXX *REQUIRES FFL TRANSFER Start Price: $200.00

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WALTHER 9MM P38 PISTOL & HOLSTER, NAZI MARKS

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Description: Walther P38 semi-automatic pistol, 9mm, eight round magazine, 4.9" barrel, Nazi markings at left slide, black holster with second magazine, SN 44XXt *REQUIRES FFL TRANSFER Start Price: $200.00

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1939 RUSSIAN TOAKREV TT33 PISTOL, 7.62MM

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Description: Russian Tokarev pistol, Model TT33, 7.62mm, 4.6"barrel, marked at left frame, with SN, star anD 1939, marks repeated at top of slide, "R" in circle at right frame, "R" in circle and star on opposite sides of trigger, plastic grips with cartouche having a star at center and letters CCCP (Soyuz Sovetskikh Sotsialisticheskikh Respublik), a lanyard ring at lower left butt, eight round magazine, together with a brown leather Swedish holster, pistol SN ?M935 *REQUIRES FFL TRANSFER Start Price: $200.00

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RUSSIAN NAGANT 1895 REVOLVER, 7.62MM

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Description: Russian Nagant Model 1895 revolver, double action, 7.62mm, seven round cylinder, 4.5" barrel, Russian marks and 1927 date at left frame, CAI import marks, checkered wood grips, lanyard ring with lanyard, issue holster, cleaning rod, SN 14XXX *REQUIRES FFL TRANSFER Start Price: $150.00

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