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Autographs and Ephemera
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General Ephemera
2019-12-17
United States Postal History and Confederate States
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Sale Number 1215, Lot Number 2148, Autographs and Free FranksAdmiral H. E. Kimmel and Capt. Mitsuo Fuchida, Admiral H. E. Kimmel and Capt. Mitsuo FuchidaAdmiral H. E. Kimmel and Capt. Mitsuo Fuchida. Autographs on cover from the 25th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor, with 3c and 5c stamps tied by "Pearl City HI Dec. 7 1966" machine cancel, U.N. cachet at left, Fuchida signed in English and Japanese with "Luke 23:34" ("Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing."), Very Fine and a scarce historical item, Kimmel was commander-in-chief of the United States Fleet and the U.S. Pacific Fleet at the time of the attack on Pearl Harbor, he was removed from command and reduced from four-star to two-star rank after the attack, Mitsuo Fuchida led the first wave of air attacks on Pearl Harbor, after the war he became a Christian evangelist, which explains his Book of Luke quote on this cover

E. 500-750
700
Autographs and Ephemera
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General Ephemera
2019-03-11
United States Postal History including The Angel Collection
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Sale Number 1196, Lot Number 1059, U.S. and Confederate States Group LotsMedical Theme, Medical ThemeMedical Theme. 3 page 1849 circular for the Graefenberg Co., a patent medicine company responsible for Consumptive's Balm, Marshall's Uterine Catholicon, Dysentery Syrup, Green Mountain Bitters, etc., filled with usual testimonials, outer folded cover with straightline "Morristown N.Y." in box and manuscript "5" rate, Very Fine

E. 150-200
100
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General Ephemera
2018-04-23
The Bernard Faust Collection of U.S. 1863-68 Black Jack Issues
 
Sale Number 1181, Lot Number 1002, Andrew Jackson Autographs and EphemeraAndrew Jackson Broadside -- 1824 Campaign, Andrew Jackson Broadside -- 1824 CampaignAndrew Jackson Broadside -- 1824 Campaign. Printed date "Newburgh, October 21, 1824" at bottom on broadside for Walter Case for Congress, headlined "Jackson Republican Nomination", much of the broadside discusses what the candidate sees as a rigged electoral system, some toned spots, excellent condition and interesting item, Jackson lost to John Quincy Adams in the 1824 presidential election in the House of Representatives despite winning the popular vote (no candidate won a majority of the electoral votes), he won the 1828 rematch with Adams in a landslide

E. 300-400
425
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General Ephemera
2018-04-23
The Bernard Faust Collection of U.S. 1863-68 Black Jack Issues
 
Sale Number 1181, Lot Number 1008, Andrew Jackson Autographs and EphemeraAndrew Jackson Ephemera and Related Material, Andrew Jackson Ephemera and Related MaterialAndrew Jackson Ephemera and Related Material. Seven items well-suited for exhibiting, including pair and single of 16oz Snuff stamp with Jackson's portrait, free frank of F. E. Spinner as Treasurer on illustrated cover, attractive ribbon titled "In Memory of Departed Worth" with portrait of Jackson with book and Hermitage below (some toning), 154 x 238mm engraving with portrait of Jackson at center by John Wood Dodge, two items are Lincoln-related including unconditional Union ticket and portrait, overall Very Fine

E. 400-500
400
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General Ephemera
2017-11-08
United States and Confederate States Postal History
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Sale Number 1167, Lot Number 2121, Postal Markings by State(War of 1812) President's Message to Congress-Delivered Nov. 5th, 1811, (War of 1812) President's Message to Congress-Delivered Nov. 5th, 1811(War of 1812) President's Message to Congress-Delivered Nov. 5th, 1811. 2pp folded printed transcript of speech delivered by James Madison discussing deteriorating relations with Great Britain, essentially changing status from friendly to hostile, last blank page with manuscript dateline of New York on Nov. 6, 1811 (day after speech was delivered), addressed to Newport R.I., letter written by one slaver (William Vernon) to another (Samuel Vernon), light strike of red New York circular datestamp, manuscript "N Bedford Novr. 15 forwarded", indistinct manuscript rate, interesting contents including "Herewith is annexed the presidents message to Congress which has created so much interest in this country, it is I think very warlike in its contents", some minor splitting and wear, Very Fine, very unusual used so soon after the speech was delivered, this was likely printed in advance of the speech and distributed to the states

E. 750-1,000
550
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Autographs and Ephemera
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General Ephemera
2017-10-24
United States Stamps
 
Sale Number 1166, Lot Number 517, Essays, Proofs and SpecimensThe American Bond Detector and Complete History of All the United States Government Securities, The American Bond Detector and Complete History of All the United States Government SecuritiesThe American Bond Detector and Complete History of All the United States Government Securities. Hardbound book from 1869, containing 22 engraved plates of designs or details of designs of all bonds issued under the Acts of Congress from July 17, 1861 to March 3, 1868, "with a full description of all genuine plates, and complete rules for the detection of counterfeits", also "valuable plates of existing coins, and important statistical tables" with eight plates of embossed illustrations of world coins, front cover detached, some waterstaining and light edgewear, the plates are overall very fresh, a very unusual and scarce book, the plates were printed at the Treasury Department from the original dies in possession of the U.S. government and the book was published by The American Bond and Currency Detector Co. in 1869, most we have been able to locate are in similar condition to the example offered here

E. 1,000-1,500
700
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General Ephemera
2016-12-15
U.S. and Confederate States Postal History
 
Presidential Portraits. 27 beautifully engraved portraits in oval with elaborate scrollwork below with names for earlier presidents graduating to tasteful text below for later, including John Adams, Jefferson, latest is Eisenhower, no duplication, each approximately 150 x 200mm, Very Fine and desirable group

E. 200-300
110
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General Ephemera
2016-12-15
U.S. and Confederate States Postal History
 
Arctic Collateral. Handwritten transcription or duplication of letters relating to the Grinnell Expedition and attempt by the Advance to search for Sir John Franklin's expedition which had been stranded, including results of crew's vote to abandon the expedition, most dated Aug. 1854 with few later, some relate to the taking of a barrel of bread by Bonsall and others who were leaving against authorization (a serious issue, given their lack of food stores) and other issues relating to the expedition, some wrinkling but very readable and fascinating insight into this doomed rescue expedition

E. 400-500
225
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Autographs and Ephemera
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General Ephemera
2016-12-15
U.S. and Confederate States Postal History
 
San Francisco Earthquake-Related. Two items, first is Western Union telegram dated April 20, 1906 with purple typed "Earthquake ruined buildings All safe Telephone papa written" at 7:20 pm, second item is part-printed slip from Oakland dated April 21, 1906 asking to pass bearer to Oakland pier, some wear, Fine-Very Fine

E. 200-300
100
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General Ephemera
2016-05-05
U.S. and Confederate States Postal History
 
"Survey of Main Post Road". Large bound volume of handwritten notes listing coordinates, course, distance, districts and remarks, laid out in two sections, the first is northern survey from Washington D.C. (first page is missing), second section titled "Survey from the Center of the General Post Office in the City of Washington on the north side of the street near 8th Street W. made by Francis Fenwick as far as Conneils, N.C. and thence to St. Mary's in Georgia by the Rev. David Wiley Commenced at the latter July 11, 1812", the remarks include such observances as whether soil is gravelly or clay, locations of buildings such as school houses, etc., some wear but remarkably intact for something that was dragged around the countryside more than 200 years ago, a wonderful collateral item for the early postal route enthusiast who is interested in doing additional research

E. 500-750
275
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