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June 30, 2012 6/30/2012 LOT # water damage and missing pages. 3rd item: Toning, minor tears and creases. 4th Item: Overall very good condition. Fold creases and minor tears. 175.00 - 225.00 369
3 Knaffl Bro. Images Inc. Stonewall Jackson, Afric Three glass images from the inventory of Knaffl Gallery of Knoxville, Tennessee. Item 1: Glass image of Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson owned by Knaffl Brothers Photography of Knoxville, Tennessee. Appears to be a reproduction of a period Stonewall Jackson image by "M. Miley & Son, Lexington, VA." 5" H x 4" W. Circa 1880. Item 2: African American woman with child glass plate negative. 7" H x 5" W. Circa 1910. Item 3: Glass plate negative of a young girl with a large straw hat. 5" H x 7" W. Circa 1910. Provenance: From the estate of Joe Knaffl of Knaffl Brothers Photography Knoxville, Tennessee. Condition: All in very good condition with some very minor scratches. 200.00 - 300.00
TN Knaffl Brothers Photo of African Americans Knoxville, Tennessee Knaffl & Brothers photograph depicting two African American men harvesting hay with a man and girl, presumably the farm owner and his daughter, posed next to a haystack. Farm house appears very faintly in the background. Knaffl & Bros. stamp lower left. 7 3/8" H x 9 1/4" W. Framed 11 3/4" H x 14 3/4" W. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Condition: Fair condition. Overall toning, some spotting and grime. 100.00 200.00
Framed 1815 Listing Wythe Co., VA Slave Property Framed 1815 listing of property owned by Samuel Shepherd of Wythe County, Virginia. The document details all of his personal property including his land and dwellings as well as the ten slaves that he owned, three males and three females and four children. Value of his property totals $8154.48 while the total value of the ten slaves is $2500.00. Professionally framed. Overall - 17 1/2" H x 14 1/4" W. Condition: Some discoloration to paper and folds. 150.00 - 200.00
LOT # 372
Nashville related ephemera album & African Am. pho A collection of Nashville related ephemera and photographs, housed in a contemporary black binder. Includes 2 original photographs of the African American Pearl High football team, 8 x 10" and 6" x 8", one with pencil inscription "Nashville Tenn" circa 1908 (fragile condition); a papercover songbook "Folk Songs of the American Negro" edited by Frederick Work and published by Work Brothers, Nashville Tenn., copyright 1907; papercover auction sale catalog for "Thoroughbred and Trotting Horses and Short Horn Cattle, the property of B.F. and M.S. Cockrill of Richland Stock Farm, near Nashville Tenn., 1873; Sheet music for My Homeland Tennessee (state prize song, adopted 1925 by TN State Legislature); approximately a dozen photographic reprints of older photographs of Nashville street scenes and building interiors, 7 photographic reprints related to the Nashville Vols baseball team and Sulphur Dell stadium, including one of Babe Ruth; and programs from the opening events at the Nashville stadium and arena. Condition: Original photos fragile, all other items in good condition with expected wear and toning. 200.00 - 250.00
Black Forest box with carved figural birds Black Forest wooden box, rectangular form with curved and textured sides carved in a floral motif, the hinged lid adorned with two fully carved pheasants, all resting on four feet, the front two of which are carved in the form of pheasant heads. Lined with tufted blue silk. 8-1/2"H x 13"W x 7"D. Continental, late 19th century. Condition: Surface has been cleaned, silk lining has stains and is becoming detached. 300.00 - 500.00
Two English tea caddies Two English tea caddies. 1ST ITEM: Mahogany tea caddy with zebra wood interior in sarcophagus form on 4 brass bun feet with mother-of-pearl escutcheon, missing its mixing bowl. 6" H x 12" W x 6" D. 2ND ITEM: Mahogany tea caddy with parquetry inlay and two interior compartments, 4" H x 8-1/4" W x 4-1/2" D. Condition: 1st item - Chip to front
Published on Jun 26, 2012
Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appaisals June 30, 2012 Auction starts at 9:30am Eastern and will be held in the historic Cherokee Mills buil...