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jb120.jpg (139788 bytes)PARADE FLOAT-  Cabinet card (6 1/2" x 4 1/4")- Broadside view of parade float to resemble a a boat, the City of Davenport. Aboard ship is cargo boxes labeled with the town's various merchants. Very appealing and graphic view. Dahms, Davenport, Iowa  photographer's imprint. Minor soilng and wear, overall Fine. (Jb.120).$300.


jb005.jpg (82883 bytes)CARPENTER. 1/6 pl tintype, 2 3/4" x 3 1/4. Ca. 1860 tintype of a man holding his saw . Mat, preserver and case (split spine) . Light vertical crease, overall Vg+(Jb05) $185. 


jb132.jpg (34140 bytes)GROUP OF MAIDS OR DOMESTICS - Cabinet card (6 1/2" x 4 1/4") Portrait of five woman attired in aprons holding different articles for their respective duties. Another woman oversees the group. Harle, Galena, Ill. photographer's imprint. A good occupational view, a 1/8" piece of emulsion missing along rt edge, o/w VG-F (Jb.132).$85.


jb011.jpg (122336 bytes)CARPENTER. 1/6 pl tintype, 2 3/4" x 3 1/4. Ca. 1860 tintype of a man holding his saw and squaring ruler. Mat, preserver and half case . Lightly crazed, small darkened area rt edge, o/w VG (Jb.011) $185. 



jb003.jpg (176072 bytes)CABINET CARD - OILWELL- Cabinet card,( 6 1/2" x 4 1/4); Very scarce view of a gushing oil well. Hollenbaugh, Rising Sun Ohio photographer's imprint. Some soilng and wear, o/w Fine cond. . (Jb.003); $295. 


lf081.jpg (412053 bytes)PHOTOGRAPH.  OIL DERRICK- WORKERS - W. VA. 6” x 8” image on 8” x 10” mount.. F.D. Brooke photographers imprint in bottom left hand corner of mount, and Smithfield, W. VA, Lumberport, W. VA on bottom right hand corner of mount. Bottom right corner of mount is missing as well as a small portion of the top right corner. Bottom left hand corner has some minor creasing. There is also a large stain that runs along the back of the mount and onto the front, and somewhat on the photos right edge and left corner. There is also a small area in t/r corner in which the emulsion has been scraped.These do not distract from the subject matter and photo itself is focused and shows good tone and contrast. Otherwise there is some light wear along edges and minor soiling, but overall the image is good +.  (Lf.81); $225.. 


jb309.jpg (67044 bytes)EXPRESS WAGON. Boudoir Card, 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"view of express or delivery wagon. No photographer's imprint. Some minor foxing on mount, overall VG. (Jb.309); $65.  


jb119.jpg (97953 bytes) HORSE DRAWN FEED WAGON. Cabinet Card. 6 1/8 " x 4 1/4" . View of Hay Corn & Mill Feed Wagon. No photographers imprint. Some soiling along t/l and b/r mount edges some discoloration on back, o/w VG cond. (Jb.119); $55.  


jb355.jpg (141351 bytes)BAKERY WAGON. 6 1/4" x 8 1/4" gelatin photo on 8 1/4" x 10 1/4" mount. Great broadside view of the Chas. Berls(?) Bakery wagon. Very fine cond. (Jb355); $125.   


tt013.jpg (81088 bytes)HORSE DRAWN WAGON TINTYPE-. .5 1/2" x 4" View of a large horse draw wagon; two men are seen atop. Unsure as to the nature of this wagon. There appears to be a chute on top on the wagon Exhibits several slight minor folds, overall VG+. (TT.13)$145. 


cc100.jpg (205286 bytes)CABINET CARD – OCCUPATIONAL  - BAKERS. Cabinet card, 6 ½ x 4 ¼. Portrait of two bakers.Worcester ( Ma) photographer’s imprint.  Strong tonality, contrast and clarity, overall cond is Fine. Cc100 ; $95.   


cc065.jpg (108969 bytes)MAN WITH LAUNDRY CART. Cabinet card, 6 1/2" x 4 1/4". Man id on back in period pencil " Uncle Levi Shafer"  (along with later pen id on front) pushing the cart with The Enterprise Laundry printed on side.  Very scarce subject matter. No photographer's imprint. Has a small amount of surface abrasions along shoulder area, along with a few no obtrusive spots in street area. (cc.65); $475. 


mfb099.jpg (119767 bytes) LOGGERS. Cabinet card, 6 1/2" x 4 1/4". View of a three loggers, one holds ax, another a large saw.  Clapp, Auburn, Indiana photographer's imprint. Good tonality and contrast, overall Fine (Mfb.99); $400.    

 

 


   

lf040.jpg (429561 bytes)STOREFRONT- CONFECTIONERY W/ COCOA COLA DISPLAY AND POPCORN MACHINE. . Silvre nitrate photo, 7 3/4 x 9 3/4 on 8 3/4 x 20 2/3 board (trimmed). . Ca. 1920 storefront view of the Queen City Confectionery store. One side of the store has a large window display featuring Coca Cola; in front of the store are tqo young women standing next to a large popcorn and roasted peanut machine. Williams photographer's imprint, however no location given (perhaps Cincinatti). Image exhibits strong tonality and contrast, shows some soiling and wear, more noticeable on mount, 1/4 roiund area of damage to image ( above the "o" in confectionery, o/w VG-Fine .(Lf.40); $145.


lf082a.jpg (390377 bytes)PHOTOGRAPH - STORE INTERIOR – DRUG STORE  - BURLINGTON WASHINGTON. Gelatin photo, 5” x 7”  on 7” x 9” mount. Image of a store interior, pen id on back Hanneford Drug Store  Drug Store, Burlington, Wash (ington) Cor Cherry and Fairhaven Ave.  Of note is the large assortment of advertising poster on rear wall.  No photographer ID. Mount exhibits  light edge wear, overall both photo and mat are in fine condition. .(Lf.82); $115.


jb325.jpg (292292 bytes)PHOTOGRAPH - STORE INTERIOR – POOL HALL. Gelatin photo, 4 1/2 x 6 3/4"  on 7” x 9” mount. Image of a pool hall interior. A hires dispenser can be seen to the left, pool tables in background.  No photographer ID. Mount exhibits  minor edge wear, overall both photo and mat are in fine condition. .(Jb.325); $225.

 


 


jb493.jpg (65885 bytes)1816 WHALING DOCUMENT. 13 3/4" x 8 1/4" part printed document, Edgartown conveying 3/8 share of  seaman's William Madison to Thomas Vinson,  from the whaling voyage aboard the Schooner Morning Star. The document was printed with the seaport of Nantucket, but has Edgartown (situated on Martha's Vineyard) in manuscript. See scan for complete text. 19th c. whaling material has become quite scare and increasingly hard to find; and this is no exception. The laid rag paper has some foxing and edge tears which  neither distract or impair the face of the document, the verso has pen manuscript "Wm Madison' Obligation Schooner Morning Star" of which the top of the name "Wm." has some minor loss of paper. (Jb.493 ); $850. 

 

 

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