SOLD! for $377.00.
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1ST ITEM: Memorial lithograph of George Washington embracing Abraham Lincoln with angels overhead, in a later molded wood frame. 3 1/2" x 2" sight, 6" x 7 1/2" framed. 2ND ITEM: Tin plate with embossed ABC pattern and George Washington's bust and stars in center. 6" diameter. 3RD ITEM: George Washington biscuit tin, 20th century. 4TH ITEM: Celluloid pin-back button of George Washington with attached ribbon for The Grand Lodge Committee N.E.O.P., Bangor Maine, 1922. Pin approximately 1-1/2" diameter, ribbon 5". ITEM 5: A lithographed tin drum with attached chalk bust of George Washington, possibly a candy container, 3 1/4"H. 6TH ITEM: Framed Broadside from Homer, New York, July 4 1873, listing a schedule of the day's events and officers. Printed paper. Contemporary black frame. 15" x 5 1/2" sight, 19" x 9" framed. 7TH ITEM: Regimental miniature drum. Painted metal drum, "1st Battalion/the Suffolk Regiment" with town names and dates up to 1918, approximately 4"H. 8TH ITEM: 2 Royal English Heraldic items. Cast brass English Royal coat of arms crest, "Dieu et Mon Droit", 5 1/2", and a copper engraver's block with same crest, impressed Miller and Richard, 330. English, circa 1900. Provenance: estate of A. Welling LaGrone Jr., Nashville, Tenn. 9TH ITEM: Princess Mary brass chocolate box dating from Christmas 1914 ( article inside noting these were given as gifts to all British troops during World War I). 5" x 3 1/4" x 1 1/8". Provenance: estate of A. Welling LaGrone Jr., Nashville, Tenn. 10TH and 11TH ITEMS: Pair of horse bits, applied crown motifs, 11"L. ITEMS 12 – 16: Set of 4 Porcelain miniature military figures. Each soldier depicted on horseback and each marked with impressed side number 12097 and a blue underglaze mark. One with impressed label in side "Napoleon." Each 2 1/2"H. Probably German, late 19th century. 17TH ITEM: A pair of patriotic sashes or Baldrics, constructed from silk in red and white stripes with embroidered sequined stars on blue canton, gilt metallic piping, silk flag rosettes with embroidered edges. Each with an interior sewn label for Louis E. Stiz and Bro. Company, Philadelphia. Cased in acrylic. Each approximately 34"L x 3 1/2"W. American, late 19th century. Provenance: Estate of A. Welling LaGrone, Jr., Nashville, Tenn. Condition: 1ST ITEM: Good Condition. 2ND ITEM: Light crease and oxidation, overall good condition. 3RD ITEM: worn condition. 4TH ITEM: Some fraying to ribbon. 5TH ITEM: Paint loss and grime, overall fair condition. 6TH ITEM: Pencil mark on