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Buy, sell and collect antique photographs and militaria. Contact me at vezeaus AT hotmail


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1st Cavalry Trooper in Arizona - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
WW2 Trench Art Shells - Folk Artin Folk Art
General Edward Whitaker, 1st CT Cavalry and Custer's Chief of Staff - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Civil War Chaplain of the 1st CT Cavalry (Custer's Cavalry Division) - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
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  1. I'd call it a console or sofa table. Don't think it has a lot of age to it. A photo of the drawer joint would be helpful. scott
  2. Looks like a modern set with resin figures. scott
  3. Thanks sinnomore-- the condition of this example is exceptional. Thanks again 33rpm. scott
  4. Thanks 33rpm. scott
  5. The first time I saw this photo-- Cool Hand Luke was in my thoughts as well! scott
  6. Thanks for looking cultcha. scott
  7. Thanks film and carlie. scott
  8. Thanks film. scott
  9. Yes that is his name: Louis Hartson. scott
  10. Thanks for looking and commenting kera. scott
  11. Thanks much film-- I agree, it is a crazy looking photograph! scott
  12. Thanks much vo and petersen. scott
  13. Glad to help out. This type of thing happens all the time-- even with museums. Memories fade and stories change. I always encourage folks to document what they know for future generations. Once ...
  14. Thanks marie and film. scott
  15. Person making the barneby recommendation is the GM of Collectors Weekly (barneby is the parent company of CW). I wouldn't spend a nickel on an appraisal based off of a review of their "service: ...
  16. Thanks again hunter. scott
  17. Thanks much hunter. scott
  18. Anything is possible. She certainly could be of mixed ancestry. scott
  19. Thanks much pb2019. scott
  20. Thanks for looking and commenting stuff! scott
  21. Thanks again subi. scott
  22. Thanks much subi. scott
  23. "Scott, can you identify the uniform anyway?" Other than it being post war-- no. I have seen similar uniforms worn by various state units and fraternal groups late in the 19th century. scott
  24. Thanks ejw and mrstyndall. scott
  25. Beyond the shoulder straps-- the coat itself is not CS. Show me a CS or state issue five button coat with this style. Agree with the age-- explained by the subject not being who the poster belie...
  26. As always, thanks for looking vetriao. scott
  27. Thanks much sinnomore and keramikos. scott
  28. Looks to be from the late 20th century. scott
  29. Thanks hunter and stuff. scott
  30. Thanks watch, spirit, fort, newfld, hunter, bobby and stuff. scott
  31. The uniform and visible studio details are all post Civil War. I am certain it is not a Civil War or a pre- Civil War photo. The subject looks like a young man of his late teens- twenties. Mayb...
  32. Construction photos would be helpful-- joints on drawers, back and interior would all be a good start. scott
  33. Appreciate you looking malkey! scott
  34. Thanks again tom. scott
  35. Thanks tom. scott
  36. Thanks again tom. scott
  37. Thanks spirit and vetraio. scott
  38. Thanks spirit and vetraio. scott
  39. Thanks for looking and commenting sinnomore. scott
  40. Interesting history-- he was lucky to survive! Hate to be the bearer of bad news, but the photograph shown is post- war. The uniform and the photographers backdrop/ extensive studio props are all ...
  41. Thanks much spirit and vetraio. scott
  42. Thanks obscure, malkey and tom. scott
  43. Thanks keramikos. scott
  44. Thanks for looking and commenting brunswick. scott
  45. Thanks spirit and vetraio. scott
  46. Thanks obscure-- it is one of the most crisp/ focused antique cat images that I have owned. Appreciate you looking. scott
  47. Great photos! Here is a banner for one of the LCI (Landing Craft Infantry) that participated in the invasion landings:
  48. From the 2nd quarter, 20th century. scott
  49. Thanks hunter and fort. scott
  50. Thanks film and picker. scott
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