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Very scarce SPEAKING DOG Mechanical Bank.  Patent date for 1885. A Watch Camera, being a novelty camera in the form of a pocket watch, first produced in 1905 A fine Currier Print of Henry Clay, done circa 1840. A pair of 'Hard Times' tokens from the 1830s-40s
A pair of early to mid-nineteenth century Tie Backs A small glass bowl with the likeness of President James A. Garfield A pair of 19th Century Powder Flasks An early horn cup, nearly three inches high, and scrimshawed with Civil War stuff.
An engraved portrait of General Robert E. Lee A group of seven medals that are Civil War related Grover Cleveland, circa 1880s U.S. Grant, huge medal in white metal
A pair of political pinback medals with colorful enameling General George B. McClellan, very large campaign medal Three Civil War Suttler's Tokens Gen. William Henry Harrison, a large silver dollar size campaign medal
Bowling Green Guards, Co. A. 3rd Regt. of the Kentucky State Guards William McKinley 1896 Political Medal Benjamin Harrison, 1888 Campaign Medal Benjamin Harrison, 1892 Campaign Medal
A large bronze medal from the CENTURY OF PROGRESS International Exposition, Chicago, 1933 Gold Medal for the 'Exposition Internationale' held at Lyon (France) in 1914 A bronze medal depicting the French Ocean Liner 'LIBERTE' A small bronze plaque commemorating the inception of air-rail passenger service in the United States.  Dated July 7, 1929.
James G. Blaine, Presidential Campaign enameled pin-back from the 1884 election An interesting souvenir medal in period frame from San Francisco Early silver pocket watch associated with Brutus J. Clay A sixth-plate colored Ambrotype of a Louisville Kentucky Fireman in a rare case known as 'The Volunteer Fireman'
A 19th Century primitive Spice Box A large US Military Interservice (Rifle Team) Match Medal A scarce 19th Century Leather Fire Helmet, Austro-Hungarian Empire A sterling silver compact bearing the insignia of the United States Naval Academy and dated 1920
Early sheath knife, total length 10 3/4 inches Harvard-Yale Athletic Gold Medal-1920 A sterling silver belt buckle, hand-made by the well known maker Nelson Silvia Co. of Houston, Texas. A rare 'meat chopper' blade straight razor made by C.T. Bingham,Sheffield, England, for the American market.
A 19th century English-made Razor marked 'Frederick's Celebrated Razor-Sheffield'. An interesting traveling inkwell from the Columbian Exposition of 1892-93. A small percussion pistol made by Henry Deringer. A rare 'meat chopper' blade straight razor made by C.T. Bingham,Sheffield, England, for the American market.
The McNally Counterfeit Coin Detector, produced circa 1880.  A scale type device used to determine the genuineness of gold and silver coins of the late 19th century. Three American Flyer Train Boxes from the 1920s. An American Flyer Engine # 1097, from the 1920s. A pair of American Flyer Passenger Cars in