Among the most noted events in American Wild West history was the “OK Corral” shootout in Arizona, which resulted from a dispute between rogue cowboys and several law enforcement officers. After the shootout, Wyatt Earp borrowed a shotgun from Fred Dodge and used it to kill “Curly Bill” Brocius. The 10-gauge shotgun was used by Dodge throughout his 40-year career and was also registered to be used by U.S. Marshal Heck Thomas. Heritage Auctions will feature this J. Stevens & Co. double barrel percussion shotgun in the upcoming Americana & Political Signature Auction. The sale also offers the famous tomahawk of Chief Joseph Brant.
Another highlighted lot is an enamel on a copper miniature portrait of George Washington by William Birch. Birch was the first artist to introduce enamel portraits to the United States. Interested bidders can also explore American campaign flags, walking sticks, clothes, bronze sculptures, signed documents, and silverware. Browse the entire catalog and register to bid online on Heritage Auctions.
Lot Categories:Advertising (16), Antiques (56), Autographs (27), Military & Patriotic (49), Photography (62), Political (662), Transportation (10), Western Expansion (23), Miscellaneous (22)
# of Lots:962
Price Range:$2 - $65,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|J. Stevens & Co. double barrel percussion shotgun||
|Miniature portrait of George Washington by William Birch||
|South Carolina James Buchanan portrait flag||
|Chief Joseph Brant's personal tomahawk||
|Theodore Roosevelt’s personally-owned top hat||
|Early Brooklyn police presentation badge||
|Wallpaper pieces allegedly from the room in which Jesse James was killed||
- Books, Manuscripts & Archives
- Canes & Walking Sticks
- Coins, Currency & Stamps
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Firearms & Militaria
- Kitchenware, Cookware and Houseware
- Textiles & Tapestries
- American Revolution
- Chief Joseph Brant
- Earp guns
- Fred Dodge
- George Washington
- Heck Thomas
- Heritage Auctions
- J. Stevens & Co.
- James Buchanan
- Jesse James
- Theodore Roosevelt
- U.S. Marshal
- William Birch
- Wyatt Earp
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