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Lot 55K: "The City" By Michele Delawise

by Fine Art Online Auctions, LLC

July 9, 2014, 12:00 PM MST

Denver, CO, USA

Estimated Price: $8,000 - $9,000

Description: "The City" Attributed to Michele Delawise Framed Signed Lithograph, Size: 28.5x24". Comes with coa.

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Lot 129X: "St. Andrews Golf Course" Lithograph; Lee Dubin

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July 9, 2014, 12:00 PM MST

Denver, CO, USA

Estimated Price: $4,500 - $5,000

Description: Attributed to Doubled Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Lithograph Lee Dubin "St. Andrews Golf Course" Approx. 24 x 30 Lee Dubin, is best know for her charming, beautifully executed paintings of life in the Victorian Era. One glance at a Dubin painting is not enough. Upon further study, one soon discovers a fascinating visual story, an inside look as it were, into the lives and history of a bygone era. A prolific and continually active artist, she is accomplished in many medias including watercolor, oil and pastels, as well as, lithographs and etchings.

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JOHN LENNON ''#9 Dream'' Gold Record /w Stamp-Limited Edition

Lot 1092747: JOHN LENNON ''#9 Dream'' Gold Record /w Stamp-Limited Edition

by Government Auction

July 9, 2014, 3:00 PM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $267 - $534

Description: Gov. File: S-00147 JOHN LENNON "#9 Dream" Framed Gold Record Shipping: $24.95

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JOHN LENNON ''Just Like Starting Over'' Gold Record

Lot 1092772: JOHN LENNON ''Just Like Starting Over'' Gold Record

by Government Auction

July 9, 2014, 3:00 PM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $237 - $474

Description: Gov. File: S-00146 JOHN LENNON "Just Like Starting Over" Framed Gold Record Shipping: $24.95

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Lee Dubin- Framed-Signature ''St. Andrews Golf Course''

Lot 1092881: Lee Dubin- Framed-Signature ''St. Andrews Golf Course''

by Government Auction

July 9, 2014, 3:00 PM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $600 - $1,200

Description: Gov. File: M-03748 Lee Dubin- Framed-Signature ''St. Andrews Golf Course'' Collectible Shipping: $49.95

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JOHN LENNON ''Imagine'' Gold LP-Limited Edition

Lot 1093016: JOHN LENNON ''Imagine'' Gold LP-Limited Edition

by Government Auction

July 9, 2014, 3:00 PM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $390 - $780

Description: Gov. File: S-00145 JOHN LENNON "Imagine" Framed Gold Record Shipping: $24.95

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Kinkade Framed-Signed ''Dorothy Discovers Emerald City''

Lot 1093082: Kinkade Framed-Signed ''Dorothy Discovers Emerald City''

by Government Auction

July 9, 2014, 3:00 PM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $900 - $1,800

Description: Gov. File: M-03751 Kinkade Framed-Signed ''Dorothy Discovers Emerald City'' Collectible Shipping: $49.95

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John Glover (1767 - 1849) - View Of Tivoli 46 x 67cm

Lot 582: John Glover (1767 - 1849) - View Of Tivoli 46 x 67cm

by Lawsons

July 10, 2014, 11:00 AM AEST

Leichhardt, Australia

Estimated Price: AUD6,000 - AUD8,000

Description: John Glover (1767 - 1849) View Of Tivoli watercolour 46 x 67cm Andrew Wyld Gallery, London label on verso

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John Speed (1546 - 1629) - OXFORDSHIRE described with ye Citie and the Armes of the Colledges of ye famous University Ao. 1605. Lond...

Lot 658: John Speed (1546 - 1629) - OXFORDSHIRE described with ye Citie and the Armes of the Colledges of ye famous University Ao. 1605. Lond...

by Lawsons

July 10, 2014, 11:00 AM AEST

Leichhardt, Australia

Estimated Price: AUD400 - AUD600

Description: John Speed (1546 - 1629) OXFORDSHIRE described with ye Citie and the Armes of the Colledges of ye famous University Ao. 1605. London. hand coloured engraving 37 x 51cm

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A fine large set of Town Plans by Richard W. Seale

Lot 1385: A fine large set of Town Plans by Richard W. Seale

by Sheppards

July 10, 2014, 10:30 AM GMT

Durrow, Ireland

Estimated Price: €60 - €80

Description: A fine large set of Town Plans by Richard W. Seale from Mr. Tindal's Continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England, 1744. 56 cm. wide; 44 cm. wide. Slight tears to edges, else very good. (1)

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The Plans of the Principal Towns, Forts and

Lot 1534: The Plans of the Principal Towns, Forts and

by Sheppards

July 10, 2014, 10:30 AM GMT

Durrow, Ireland

Estimated Price: €200 - €300

Description: The Plans of the Principal Towns, Forts and Harbours of Ireland Eighteenth-century hand engraving featuring Kinsaile Harbor, Charliamount Fort, The Harbour of Corke, Galway, The city of Cork, Athlone, the Royal Fort of Duncannon, Limerick, Drogheda, Londonderry, Dublin, Coleraine, City of Kilkenny, Carickfergus, Waterfor, and Belfast.

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Piranha 3DD Andrew (Paul Scheer) Movie Costumes

Lot 206: Piranha 3DD Andrew (Paul Scheer) Movie Costumes

by Premiere Props

July 10, 2014, 11:00 AM PST

El Segundo, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $300

Description: Andrew (Paul Scheer) screen worn, hero, dark blue with floral design 'Milano Bay' shirt, (size M) faded green 'Alternative' tank top, (size M) orange with floral print 'Caribbean Joe' swim trunks, (size L) beige 'H1H' hat, (size L) and brown 'Mossimo Supply' sandals. (size 12) Includes wardrobe tag!

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Lee Dubin- Framed-Signature ''St. Andrews Golf Course''

Lot 1094706: Lee Dubin- Framed-Signature ''St. Andrews Golf Course''

by Government Auction

July 10, 2014, 5:00 PM PST

Santa Clarita, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $600 - $1,200

Description: Gov. File: M-03748 Lee Dubin- Framed-Signature ''St. Andrews Golf Course'' Collectible Shipping: $49.95

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G Plan Nest of Tables.

Lot 1069: G Plan Nest of Tables.

by Gerrards Auction Rooms

July 11, 2014, 10:00 AM GMT

St Annes , United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £20 - £30

Description: G Plan Nest of Tables.

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Sketches in Architecture; containing Plans and Elevations of Cottages, Villas

Lot 149: Sketches in Architecture; containing Plans and Elevations of Cottages, Villas

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

July 11, 2014, 1:00 PM GMT

London, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £600 - £800

Description: ( Sir John) Sketches in Architecture; containing Plans and Elevations of Cottages, Villas, and other useful Buildings, 2 parts in1, 54 engraved plates and plans, including 26 fine aquatint views, some spotting or foxing, 20th century half buckram, [Abbey Life 74; Berlin Kat. 2304 & 3426; Harris 846], folio, for J.Taylor, 1798.

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1881 Carson City Uncirculated Silver Dollar DAVEF2050

Lot 308: 1881 Carson City Uncirculated Silver Dollar DAVEF2050

by Seized Assets Auctioneers

July 11, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Westlake Villiage, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $700 - $900

Description: 1881 Carson City Uncirculated Silver Dollar DAVEF2050. As-Is Condition! UK856FH. One 1881 Carson City Uncirculated Silver Dollar.

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Andrew Garfield 8x10 colour photo of Andrew as

Lot 143: Andrew Garfield 8x10 colour photo of Andrew as

by Chaucer Covers & Auctions

July 11, 2014, 5:00 PM GMT

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £30 - £35

Description: Andrew Garfield 8x10 colour photo of Andrew as Spiderman, signed by him at the Today show, NYC, June, 2012 Good Condition

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Andrew Lincoln 8x10 colour photo of Andrew from

Lot 154: Andrew Lincoln 8x10 colour photo of Andrew from

by Chaucer Covers & Auctions

July 11, 2014, 5:00 PM GMT

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £30 - £35

Description: Andrew Lincoln 8x10 colour photo of Andrew from The Walking Dead, signed by him in NYC, Oct, 2013 Good Condition

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John Phillip Law signed 10x8 b/w photo. Seen here

Lot 353: John Phillip Law signed 10x8 b/w photo. Seen here

by Chaucer Covers & Auctions

July 11, 2014, 5:00 PM GMT

Folkestone, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £5 - £10

Description: John Phillip Law signed 10x8 b/w photo. Seen here in The Golden Voyage of Sinbad. Dedicated to Andrew. Good condition

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[Civil War - Northern Blockade - Anaconda Plan] A comprehensive group of 18 letters and telegrams.

Lot 17: [Civil War - Northern Blockade - Anaconda Plan] A comprehensive group of 18 letters and telegrams.

by Profiles in History

July 11, 2014, 11:00 AM PST

Calabasas, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $10,000 - $15,000

Description: 17. [Civil War – Northern Blockade – Anaconda Plan] A comprehensive group of 18 letters and telegrams relating to the Anaconda Plan. With the fall of Fort Sumter in April of 1861 the small Union Army was suddenly tasked with subduing an area in excess of 750,000 square miles with a population of 9 million people. At the beginning, many expected the conflict would be over in a few months. With over 50 years of domestic, foreign and military affairs, Army General-in-Chief Winfield Scott saw the magnitude of the conflict more clearly. For Scott, war was a game of chess and required thinking many moves ahead of your opponent. Scott’s Anaconda Plan called for the Union Army and Navy to exert constant pressure on the South and gradually strangle it to death. The plan had two main parts. One was a naval blockade that would cause economic hardship in the South. The other was to use naval and land forces to open the Mississippi and other Southern rivers and split the South into two parts. Controlling these rivers would deprive the Confederate army of its interior lines of communication and transportation as well as allow the Union army to then use them. Ultimately, four years of bloody battles and bitter occupations were also needed to achieve the political goal of victory by means of a strategy of annihilation. The Confederacy’s military forces had to be bludgeoned into submission in a methodical, destructive, total war. These weaknesses and shortcomings notwithstanding, Winfield Scott’s Anaconda Plan did indeed influence the strategy that the Union military eventually used to win the Civil War.Eventually the Union blockade spread to all the Atlantic and Gulf ports, and before the war ended it would employ more than five hundred ships manned by a 100,000 sailors. In its sheer size and ambition, it was the greatest naval operation ever undertaken by the United States. Its effectiveness was controversial at the time and has been debated by historians ever since. But whether the blockade was a key element of Union victory, as many insist, or “a naval sieve,” as one authority has claimed, establishing and maintaining the blockade was a central component of Lincoln’s strategy for the war that began at Fort Sumter. [Craig L. Symonds. Lincoln and his Admirals, Oxford University Press, NY, NY, 2008, page 38.]Highlights of the collection include:Smith, Gustavus Woodson. Confederate General and Secretary of War. Three letters and four telegrams from his letterbook signed (“G.W. Smith”), one signature in pencil, 10 pages legal folio, Goldsboro [North Carolina], 26-27 January 1863. To the Secretary of War, James A. Seddon; railroad administrator, John D. Whitford; and other commanding officers.In a lengthy letter to Secretary of War Seddon on 26-27 December 1863, Smith outlines in detail his plans for defense. He writes in part: ...With the troops from General Beauregard, General Whiting can hold the enemy in check until our forces from Magnolia and this place can be brought to his relief. The matter to be apprehended at Wilmington is the passage of the iron clads past the forts, which would not only give them the outer harbor but would seriously embarrass and endanger the defences of the city.... In placing the three brigades near Kenansville...we are in position to move against the flank or rear of the enemy in case they attack Wilmington.... I scarcely think they will cross the river. If they do, I have two brigades here...and will endeavor to beat them. ... Rail Roads are an uncertain reliance; they will worry me out of my life yet.... The State of North Carolina owns two thirds of the stock in all of the Rail Roads...and has placed everything possible at my disposal. The only trouble heretofore has been in the condition of the roads and their fixtures.... The works at Kinston are strong against attack from the south side, and the evening will find it a very different place to take from what it was before, even with the same force.... The enemy have put on double guards around Newbern and Beaufort, and our usual channels of communication ...has been cut off or delayed for ten days. But we continue to get information that their forces and fleet are both large -- that all preparations have been made for a movement and that there is much dissatisfaction in their army.Smith’s letter to the government agent of railroad transportation, John D. Whitford, acknowledges; his valuable services so willingly and efficiently rendered ...during the operations in this vicinity since my arrival here in December.... and a telegram to General French informs him: Two wagons are allowed to a regiment, one for ammunition, and one for light cooking utensils. At your urgent solicitation you are allowed to take with you all the wagons that could be spared from here at that time.... In a lengthy letter to General French, Smith reminds him: we must move with the least possible baggage.... One wagon to one hundred men.... Please have the wagons returned here at once.... Let us do the best we can with what we have and can get. But...I urge you to be stringent, and that is not to allow the means we have to be loaded down with baggage of officers and men.... Smith also questions if General Ransom know[s] that our pickets are in advance of New River” and notes that “a brigade [at Kinston] can make effective resistance there against almost any force that may be brought against us from the south side. But the road and way is open to cross below and came against us on the north bank....Ericsson, John. American Engineer, Inventor and builder of ironclad ships, including the Monitor. Three autograph letters signed (“J. Ericsson”), 3 pages various sizes, various locales, 21 April 1858, 26 March [no year] and 8 October 1886. On 21 April 1858, he writes in part: I can see no good reason why the two 12 inch internal fire engines should not be sold for pumping when the quantity to be raised is small. I have no question but...that...engine would answer even better, on account of the constant call for starting in order to exhibit. You are aware that very little more than half the time is required for firing up and the cooling down is very rapid. On 26 March Ericsson writes: I am just going to Drigg’s to instruct Mr. Banks how to fix the new momentum wheel and pulleys, all of which Mr. B. sent there yesterday. Such dispatch & punctuallity merit praise. As soon as I return I will visit 164 in order to direct the placing of the hoisting machine. We will have the [noire villue] made next week, by Mr. Banks. In his letter of 8 October 1886, he writes: I request as a special favor that you will instruct the most competent of your torpedo experts to prepare a plan and description showing the safest method of charging the powder chamber of the projectile of my submarine gun, drawing enclosed. I infer from your statement to the Navy Department, concurred in by Secretary Chandler, September 25th, 1884, that you deem it safe to employ wet gun cotton for submarine projectiles. Emory, W. H. Union General in the Civil War. Autograph letter signed, 2 pages quarto, Fort McPherson, [Kansas], 28 September 1869, to Major T.M. Gould. He writes in part: I am glad you are to publish the records of the regiment . . . .The 29th Maine was the regiment I put across the road at Mansfield on ...the 8th April 1864 and which …did such signal service . . . . I wish you would communicate with Dr. Armstrong ...who was left behind that night to take care of our wounded. The slaughter we made that night against the Rebels was immense. . . Armstrong has frequently told me all the particulars as he got them from the Rebels . . .. So far from objecting to be figured amongst the brave men of the 29th who so often stood shoulder to shoulder with me in the battle, and who on all occasions behaved so well, I will take it as a compliment to be classed with them . . . On 8 April 1864, during the Red River Campaign, Emory held a command in the Battle of Sabine Crossroads, near Mansfield, Louisiana. On that day, Confederate forces under Taylor surprised and disrupted the Union troops; but Emory’s bravery and skill at Pleasant Grove prevented a complete rout. The next day, his distinguished leadership at Pleasant Hill contributed to the Union victory.Butler, Benjamin F. Union General in the Civil War. Letter signed twice (“Benj. F Butler”) and with initials, 2 pages quarto, Lowell, Massachusetts, 24 July 1866, to Major H.C. Lockwood of Albany, New York. He writes in full: Many and grateful thanks for your soldier like paper upon the two expeditions against Fort Fisher. You have not access to a few facts which would make your exposition perfect. There was an agreed day for sailing from Fortress Monroe, between the Army and Navy, and an agreed place and time of rendezvous off Fort Fisher. I did not sail until all the Fleet had sailed. I informed Porter of the necessity of putting back into Beaufort after the storm began, and went there by his advice. I sent from Beaufort a staff officer, Capt. Clark, to Porter, to inform him I would be back as soon as we could and watered (over) certainly by the 25th of December. I got there the 24th. Porter sent back word that he should commence on the night of the 23d, before the time when he knew it was possible for me to be back. He is simply a braggart Liar without honesty or patriotism. In a postscript, Butler has added, Perhaps you may desire to amend your account. If you do so I will be glad if you will favor me with a copy of it.Wright, Horatio G. Union General in the Civil War. Autograph letter signed (“H”), in pencil, 3 pages quarto, James Island, S.C., 5 July 1862, to his wife, Louisa, a few light stains. He writes in part: ...You have doubtless heard of our affair of the 16th in which we lost so heavily (the enemy lost heavily, too) and for which General Benham who ordered it was condemned by General Hunter and sent north in arrest immediately after that battle. Benham was relieved and I was placed in command -- I at once went to work at the establishment of lines and batteries and had progressed so far as to be able in the course of three or four days more to put in position an armament superior Lo the enemy in weight of metal and range, when I got the order from General Hunter to evacuate. Some of the ordnance was already in position. You may imagine how disappointed everybody was. The men were in fine spirits at the idea of being able to overwhelm the enemy with our fire and worked most cheerfully. But there was nothing to be done but to obey, and I proceeded at once to the task of getting off, with very limited means, the various regiments and all the vast impedimenta of so many troops who had brought everything in the expectation that the movement when made was to be forward and not backward. So far I have succeeded satisfactorily and we have not lost a man or abandoned an article of property. The upper camp has been broken up (where I had my HQs) and a considerable part of the lower camp is also gone. I have been in constant expectation of an onslaught from the enemy now that our forces are so reduced, and I shall look for it till we are all afloat General B., I thought, was very desirous of shifting the responsibility of the failure of the 16th on to the shoulders of someone else. I don’t know that he charges me with having any part in occasioning it -- he had better not -- he ought to take it himself. AU the troops fought well and we failed because troops could not stand up against such a fire. In the short contest we lost more near proportionally than in the long contested battle of Bull Run. I go to Edisto in command of that place. I won’t like it for I don’t want to settle down and do nothing during the summer. I shall therefore hope for some change.... Of the Battle of Secessionville on 16 June 1862, H.W. Benham was left in command of about 9,000 troops (divisions of H.G. Wright, I.I. Stevens and Robert Williams) with orders not to undertake any offensive operations against Charleston. Over the objection of his Division Commanders, however, Benham ordered an attack against the position around Secessionville, which was defended by N.G. Evans. In three assaults, Stevens and Wright lost 683 while inflicting a loss of only 204 on the Confederates. 500 men under Col. T.G. Lamar repulsed the first assault. For this action, Lamar was voted the thanks of the Confederate Congress. Benham, on the other hand, was relieved of command, arrested for disobedience of orders, and his appointment as B.G. USV revoked by Lincoln.Butler, Benjamin Franklin. Letter signed, 1 page quarto, New Orleans, 7 May 1862. Written to Col. J. P. Taylor, Commissary General, U.S.A. Butler writes in full: There is need for some haste in answering the accompanying requisition, for the reason that it may become necessary to feed the people of this City out of said subsistence stores, in the absence of other food. The requisition of April 6th has not yet been received, we shall need it thirty days from date hereof.Benjamin F. Butler became notorious for his administration of New Orleans after commanding the land forces that took the city on 1 May 1862. Despite the controversies he created, Butler preserved the peace there and governed the city effectively - improving sanitation, and providing food for the inhabitants, as the present letter illustrates. At the same time, be ignored the U.S. government, assumed full financial control, collected taxes, and expended monies. He hung William Mumford for hauling down the United States flag. He seized $800,000 in bullion belonging to Southern owners, which had been left in charge of the French consul, resulting in protests from many European governments. Then there was Order No. 28, issued by Butler after a woman in the French Quarter leaned out her window and emptied the contents of her chamber pot on the head of Admiral Farrugut. Southerners were outraged, and nicknamed Butler “Beast.” On 16 December 1862, be was removed from his post there.Ashe, William Shepperd. President of the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad from 1854, Ashe was appointed Superintendent and Director of Railroads for the Confederacy. Letter signed, 2 pages quarto, Wilmington, North Carolina, 22 August 1862. Written to George Wythe Randolph who served as the Confederate Secretary of War (1862), the first Confederate military official to hold the difficult position. In the month before his death, he writes in full: Dear Sir Capt Isaac B. Smith of this place, by profession a pilot, who has since the Estab­ lishing of the Blockade of our ports, been engaged in successfally piloting vessels from Nassau & other places, to this & other points - & who has I am credibly informed brat [brought] through safely more vessels than arcy other man engaged in this business; has at last been cap­tured by the enemy. He was in the Steam Ship Memphis. The object of this is to enlist your influence to effect his speedy exchange - He is young & active &: will be of great advantage to the Confederacy, being acquainted intimately with all the intr[ic]acies of our Coast. He & his family are warm friends of mine&: I solicit your aid as a personal favor. Very Respty Yours & c. W S Ashe”The incident referred to in present the letter to the Confederate Secretary of War is the capture of the steam ship Memphis, which successfully completed one run through the blockade operating in the Atlantic from May - July 1862 - until it was captured by the U.S. naval vessel the Magnolia after escaping from Charleston (31 July 1862). Eventually, the ship was purchased from the prize court and taken into the U.S. Navy. Chase, Salmon P. Letter signed (“S P Chase”), 1 page quarto, Treasury Department, 14 June 1861, as Secretary of the Treasury, to Messrs. Du Bois & Vandervoort, New York. He writes in part: I have received your letter of the 8th instant, with three enclosures, requesting the release of the British Barque Hiawatha, seized by the Blockading Squadron in the Chesapeake; the said vessel, as you allege, being loaded with Tobacco for foreign account, and bound for a foreign port. As this case comes within the jurisdiction of the Department of State, your letter and papers have been transmitted to that Department for its action.... Banks, Nathaniel P. Autograph letter signed (“N.P. Banks”), 3 pages quarto, New Orleans, 28 August 1863, to Commodore Thomas O. Selfridge, Commander of the Naval Forces in Vicksburg, requesting tin clad boats, reporting on enemy movements in southern Louisiana, and sending news of captured prize vessels, Johnston’s weakened army, and the state of military affairs in Mobile and Fort Sumter. He writes: ...I am aware how strong the pressure must be upon you for light draft boats, and nothing but the positive movement of the enemy would have prompted me to apply to you for assistance The movement of which I gave you notice is still in progress. All the troops have been moved southward from the vicinity of Alexandria and are concentrated to the number of 8000, near Irish Bend, for the purpose of crossing Grand Lake. A part have already crossed. Their purpose is to attack the transport on the River near or between Morganria and Red River, or to come near Plaquemine Bayou for the purpose of intercepting and capturing our forces al Thibcdaux and Brashcan City. They can do us no material harm but we hope not to allow them to escape, if they cross the lake and approach the River. This can be prevented only by the aid of Gun Boats, which would destroy their steamers and flat Boats on the Atchafalaya and in Berwicks Bay, and result in their certain capture on dispersion. The Red River steamers sh[oul]d at least be stationed at the mouth of the Atchafalaya, if they cannot patrol the River. All our Gun Boats draw too much water for this service. We have suffered incalculable evils from the deficiency of light draft Gun Boats. The enemy in Western Louisiana owes the existence of his army to this deficiency alone. The defence of New Orleans is almost exclusively a naval affair, as was its capture. You will confer the greatest favor upon this department by aiding us in obtaining, if it be only for the shortest lime, a few of the Tin Clad steamers drawing four or two feel water. Our information from Mobile is satisfactory. The troops are fighting each other -- the people in great distress & confusion. Our naval officers report the capture of prize vessels laden with Beef and Pork which leads us to believe that their provisions arc not abundant. Johnston is near the Rail Road covering Mobile, his army weakened by desertion and greatly demoralized. The Mobile papers of the 22nd reports that the south face of Fort Sumpter had been broken in by our Batteries, and that the north wall was crumbling. They had moved several of their Guns, from the fort to the neighboring island. The impression at Mobile seemed to be of the most despondent character. The movement of the enemy from western Louisiana to this quarter is obviously to prevent the removal of forces to Mobile or elsewhere .Toward the end of 1862, Banks was placed in command of New Orleans and was given the task of holding the city and other parts of the state, which had been reduced to submission, and of aiding Grant to open the Mississippi. After placing his garrisons, he had hardly 15,000 men left for aggressive action, but he did achieve military successes in 1863, including the capture of Port Hudson in July, which removed the last obstruction to the free navigation of the Mississippi River. This letter reflects on his subsequent movements -- his advances up the River and along the coast toward Brownsville.Farragut, David Glasgow. Autograph letter signed, on Western Gulf Blockading Squadron, Flagship Hartford letterhead stationery, 2 pages octavo, Key West [Florida], 14 January 1864 to My dear Son - his only son, Loyall Farragut, named after Farragut’s second wife, Virginia Loyall, the daughter of William Loyall, a highly-esteemed resident of Norfolk, Virginia. A notation in red ink on the blank leaf states: Presented by Loyall Farragut Rec’d June 12 th 91.” Rear Admiral Farragut writes in full: My dear Son, We arrived here in six days & a half from Sandy Hook. We sailed in a snow storm, but soon ran off in to good weather, but we did not get the sun for 4 days & the ship rolled a good deal more than would have been comfortable for you, every body was sea sick. We ran through the Providence channel - did not see but one sail on the passage (an English schooner). I dined with [Acting Rear] Ad[mira]l. [Theodorus] Bailey yesterday - & got to sea tonight after taking in coal. Give my kind regards to Medcalfe & tell him to do the same to his father &family when he writes to them. I hope you have gotten over all your trouble by this time & are more reconciled to West Point. Only look ahead to the final year my son & disregard the little inconveniences of the life for the first year. You know that your father & mother will always love you & stick by you so long as you are what you now are an honorable man. Your devoted father. D. G. Farragut In January of 1864, at the time of the present warm letter to his son, Farragut returned to the Gulf, visiting Ship Island and Pensacola on the way, where he established depots of supplies - all in preparation for his long-mediated attack on the Confederate defenses in Mobile Bay. The entrance to Mobile Bay, thirty miles from the Gulf, was defended on its east side by Fort Morgan, and nearly three miles distant on its west side by Fort Gaines. Close under Fort Morgan was an open channel used by blockade-runners. The rest of the passage was obstructed by a double row of mines. On 4 August 1864, Farragut, with four monitors and 14 wooden ships ran past the forts into Mobile Bay intent upon destroying the ironclad ram Tennessee and three wooden gunboats under the command of Admiral Buchanan. Narrowly escaping death in the attack, Farragut was successful; at approximately 10am, Captain J. D. Johnston surrendered the Tennessee. $10,000 - $15,000

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THE FRIGHTENED CITY (1961) Film Poster.

Lot 1269: THE FRIGHTENED CITY (1961) Film Poster.

by Vectis Auctions Ltd

July 12, 2014, 12:00 PM GMT

Stockton on Tees, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £20 - £40

Description: THE FRIGHTENED CITY (1961) Film Poster. UK Three Sheet, SS, Folded. Excellent to Near Mint.

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Plan de la Ville Stralsund, en Pommeranie.

Lot 208: Plan de la Ville Stralsund, en Pommeranie.

by Jeschke Van Vliet

July 12, 2014, 2:00 PM CET

Berlin, Germany

Estimated Price: €180 - €216

Description: Plan de la Ville Stralsund, en Pommeranie. Kupferstich von J.V. Schley nach von Oebschelwitz. Den Haag, de Hondt, 1748. Plattenmaße ca. 30,5 x 37,5 cm. Mittelfalz, Spuren alter Montierung am oberen Rand verso, unterer Rand beschnitten u. durch erneuerten w. Rand ergänzt. Copper engr. map. - Centrefold, upper margin with remains of old mounting verso, lower margin cropped and with mount. renewed white margin. *

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Plan de Hameln avec ses Fortifications. Plan aus

Lot 213: Plan de Hameln avec ses Fortifications. Plan aus

by Jeschke Van Vliet

July 12, 2014, 2:00 PM CET

Berlin, Germany

Estimated Price: €350 - €420

Description: Plan de Hameln avec ses Fortifications. Plan aus der Vogelschau. Kol. Kupferstich von le Rouge. Paris, G.-L. le Rouge, 1757. Plattenmaße ca. 49 x 57 cm. Mit Kartusche, Meilenzeiger u. Legende. - Selten. - Mittelfalz, das Bl. unbeschnitten u. an der oberen Ecke mit leichten Knitterspuren, sonst sehr guter Zustand. Col. copper engr. - Centrefold, the leaf untrimmed and with slight creasemarks at upper right corner, all in all good condition.

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Plan de Coblens et du Château d'Hermanstein. Kol.

Lot 232: Plan de Coblens et du Château d'Hermanstein. Kol.

by Jeschke Van Vliet

July 12, 2014, 2:00 PM CET

Berlin, Germany

Estimated Price: €180 - €216

Description: Plan de Coblens et du Château d'Hermanstein. Kol. Kupferstichkarte. Paris, Jaillot, 1781. Plattenmaße ca. 44 x 56,5 cm. Mittelfalz, leicht gebräunt u. stellenw. gering fleckig. Col. copper engr. map. - Centrefold, slightly browned and occ. minor staining.

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Plan de la ville et résidence de Dresde.

Lot 236: Plan de la ville et résidence de Dresde.

by Jeschke Van Vliet

July 12, 2014, 2:00 PM CET

Berlin, Germany

Estimated Price: €120 - €144

Description: Plan de la ville et résidence de Dresde. Kupferstichkarte von J. von Schley nach L.W.F. von Oebschelwitz. Um 1790. Plattenmaße (ohne Titel u. Legende) ca. 38,5 x 48,5 cm. Mehrf. gefalt. Ränder knapp beschnitten, unterer Rand durch mont. Papierstreifen ergänzt. Copper engr. map. - Multiple fold., margins cropped close, lower margin supplemented by mounted paper stripe.

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Lot 4056: "Plan de la Rade de NAVARIN" J. Roux, 1764, from "

by Karamitsos

July 12, 2014, 2:00 PM CET

Athens, Greece

Description: "Plan de la Rade de NAVARIN" J. Roux, 1764, from "Receuil des principaux plans des Ports et Rades de la Mer Mediterranee..." by J.J. Allezard, Pl.77. Copper engraved map, Dim.: 20x14cm. Fine. Zach.3020

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Lot 4062: "Plan du Port des Trois Bouches sur l'Isle Saint G

by Karamitsos

July 12, 2014, 2:00 PM CET

Athens, Greece

Description: "Plan du Port des Trois Bouches sur l'Isle Saint George d'Esquiro" J. Roux, 1764 from "Receuil des principaux plans des Ports et Rades..." by J.J. Allezard, Pl.93. Copper engraved map of SKYROS Island. Dim.: 20x14cm. Traces of waterstain on margins, slightly creased upper right corner. Zach.3034

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Lot 4063: "Plan du Port de Chatte" J. Roux, 1764 from "Receu

by Karamitsos

July 12, 2014, 2:00 PM CET

Athens, Greece

Description: "Plan du Port de Chatte" J. Roux, 1764 from "Receuil des principaux plans des Ports et Rades..." by J.J. Allezard, Pl.94. Copper engraved map of SKIATHOS Island. Dim.: 20x14cm. Traces of waterstain on margins. Zach.3036

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Lot 4065: "Plan de L'Isle SPINE LONGUE sur l'Isle CANDIE" J.

by Karamitsos

July 12, 2014, 2:00 PM CET

Athens, Greece

Description: "Plan de L'Isle SPINE LONGUE sur l'Isle CANDIE" J. Roux, 1764 from "Receuil des principaux plans des Ports et Rades..." by J.J. Allezard, Pl.110. Copper engraved map of Spinalonga & the Gulf of Eloounda - Crete. Traces of waterstain on margins. Zach.3047

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Lot 4078: "PLAN D'ATHENES Pour le Voyage du Jeune Anacharsis

by Karamitsos

July 12, 2014, 2:00 PM CET

Athens, Greece

Description: "PLAN D'ATHENES Pour le Voyage du Jeune Anacharsis Mai 1784 / Guill. De La Haye" copper plate topographical map by Barbie Du Bocage from J.J.Barthelemy's "Receuil de cartes et plans pour le voyage..." 1788-1791, 1795. Plan of ancient Athens with extensive key to 31 places described by Barthelemy. Map dim.: 32.5x21cm. Paper foxing and a pinhole on lower margin.

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Lot 4079: "PLAN DE L'ACADEMIE ET DES SES ENVIRONS Pour le vo

by Karamitsos

July 12, 2014, 2:00 PM CET

Athens, Greece

Description: "PLAN DE L'ACADEMIE ET DES SES ENVIRONS Pour le voyage du Jeune Anacharsis Par M.BARBIE DU BOCAGE. Mai 1784/Guill De La Haye" copper plate map by Barbie du Bocage from Barthelemy's "Recuil de cartes et plans..." 1788-1791,1795. Map dim.: 16.5x21.5cm. Stains on margins and two small worm holes within map.

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1883 U.S. Carson City Uncirculated Morgan Silver Dollar Coin

Lot 1093136: 1883 U.S. Carson City Uncirculated Morgan Silver Dollar Coin

by Government Auction

July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $585 - $1,170

Description: Gov. File: C-29646 1883 U.S. Carson City Uncirculated Morgan Silver Dollar Coin Asset Type: Coin Shipping: $19.95

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1883 U.S. Carson City Uncirculated Morgan Silver Dollar Coin

Lot 1093136: 1883 U.S. Carson City Uncirculated Morgan Silver Dollar Coin

by Government Auction

July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $585 - $1,170

Description: Gov. File: C-29646 1883 U.S. Carson City Uncirculated Morgan Silver Dollar Coin Asset Type: Coin Shipping: $19.95

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JOHN LENNON ''Give Peace a Chance'' Gold Record w/Music

Lot 1093192: JOHN LENNON ''Give Peace a Chance'' Gold Record w/Music

by Government Auction

July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $315 - $630

Description: Gov. File: S-00148 JOHN LENNON "Give Peace a Chance" Framed Gold Record Shipping: $24.95

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JOHN LENNON ''Give Peace a Chance'' Gold Record w/Music

Lot 1093192: JOHN LENNON ''Give Peace a Chance'' Gold Record w/Music

by Government Auction

July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $315 - $630

Description: Gov. File: S-00148 JOHN LENNON "Give Peace a Chance" Framed Gold Record Shipping: $24.95

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JOHN LENNON ''#9 Dream'' Gold Record /w Stamp-Limited Edition

Lot 1093363: JOHN LENNON ''#9 Dream'' Gold Record /w Stamp-Limited Edition

by Government Auction

July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $267 - $534

Description: Gov. File: S-00147 JOHN LENNON "#9 Dream" Framed Gold Record Shipping: $24.95

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JOHN LENNON ''#9 Dream'' Gold Record /w Stamp-Limited Edition

Lot 1093363: JOHN LENNON ''#9 Dream'' Gold Record /w Stamp-Limited Edition

by Government Auction

July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $267 - $534

Description: Gov. File: S-00147 JOHN LENNON "#9 Dream" Framed Gold Record Shipping: $24.95

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John Wooden - Leadership - Plate Signature

Lot 1093416: John Wooden - Leadership - Plate Signature

by Government Auction

July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $105 - $210

Description: Gov. File: M-00693 John Wooden - Leadership - Plate Signature Collectible Shipping: $49.95

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John Wooden - Leadership - Plate Signature

Lot 1093416: John Wooden - Leadership - Plate Signature

by Government Auction

July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $105 - $210

Description: Gov. File: M-00693 John Wooden - Leadership - Plate Signature Collectible Shipping: $49.95

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Lee Dubin- Framed-Signature ''St. Andrews Golf Course''

Lot 1093455: Lee Dubin- Framed-Signature ''St. Andrews Golf Course''

by Government Auction

July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $600 - $1,200

Description: Gov. File: M-03748 Lee Dubin- Framed-Signature ''St. Andrews Golf Course'' Collectible Shipping: $49.95

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Lee Dubin- Framed-Signature ''St. Andrews Golf Course''

Lot 1093455: Lee Dubin- Framed-Signature ''St. Andrews Golf Course''

by Government Auction

July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $600 - $1,200

Description: Gov. File: M-03748 Lee Dubin- Framed-Signature ''St. Andrews Golf Course'' Collectible Shipping: $49.95

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Kinkade Framed-Signed ''Dorothy Discovers Emerald City''

Lot 1093666: Kinkade Framed-Signed ''Dorothy Discovers Emerald City''

by Government Auction

July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $900 - $1,800

Description: Gov. File: M-03751 Kinkade Framed-Signed ''Dorothy Discovers Emerald City'' Collectible Shipping: $49.95

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Kinkade Framed-Signed ''Dorothy Discovers Emerald City''

Lot 1093666: Kinkade Framed-Signed ''Dorothy Discovers Emerald City''

by Government Auction

July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $900 - $1,800

Description: Gov. File: M-03751 Kinkade Framed-Signed ''Dorothy Discovers Emerald City'' Collectible Shipping: $49.95

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JOHN LENNON ''Just Like Starting Over'' Gold Record

Lot 1093818: JOHN LENNON ''Just Like Starting Over'' Gold Record

by Government Auction

July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $237 - $474

Description: Gov. File: S-00146 JOHN LENNON "Just Like Starting Over" Framed Gold Record Shipping: $24.95

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JOHN LENNON ''Just Like Starting Over'' Gold Record

Lot 1093818: JOHN LENNON ''Just Like Starting Over'' Gold Record

by Government Auction

July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $237 - $474

Description: Gov. File: S-00146 JOHN LENNON "Just Like Starting Over" Framed Gold Record Shipping: $24.95

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JOHN LENNON ''Imagine'' Gold LP-Limited Edition

Lot 1093835: JOHN LENNON ''Imagine'' Gold LP-Limited Edition

by Government Auction

July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $390 - $780

Description: Gov. File: S-00145 JOHN LENNON "Imagine" Framed Gold Record Shipping: $24.95

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JOHN LENNON ''Imagine'' Gold LP-Limited Edition

Lot 1093835: JOHN LENNON ''Imagine'' Gold LP-Limited Edition

by Government Auction

July 12, 2014, 6:30 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $390 - $780

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ELTON JOHN OWNED BASEBALL JACKET.

Lot 26: ELTON JOHN OWNED BASEBALL JACKET.

by Simon Parr's Auctions Ltd

July 12, 2014, 4:00 PM GMT

Wallsend, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £600 - £800

Description: Being a big baseball fan. Elton John was given this Japanese Fukuoka jacket. Custom made for him in Orange and black by Daniei Hawks and made by Rawlings with his name on the back.

Condition Report: Very good.

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JOHN LENNON SIGNED 'THE BEATLES 1962-1966' LP.

Lot 68: JOHN LENNON SIGNED 'THE BEATLES 1962-1966' LP.

by Simon Parr's Auctions Ltd

July 12, 2014, 4:00 PM GMT

Wallsend, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £1,300 - £1,500

Description: A 1973 'The Beatles 1962-1966' lp 1st UK pressing signed by John Lennon in black pen. John has signed 'John Lennon' along with a Charactorer of himself on the inner sleeve of the album.

Condition Report: Signature in good condition.

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Andrew Brandmeyer, American (B. 1982), Untitled, Oil on canvas, 6 ft x 6 ft

Lot 82: Andrew Brandmeyer, American (B. 1982), Untitled, Oil on canvas, 6 ft x 6 ft

by Link Auction Galleries

July 12, 2014, 10:00 AM CST

St. Louis, MO, USA

Estimated Price: $1,200 - $1,800

Description: Andrew Brandmeyer American (B. 1982) Untitled, Oil on canvas, signed lower right, framed. 6 ft x 6 ft

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