A well detailed and patinated Armillary sundial supported by a base in the form of Atlas. Copper patinated finish throughout.
This Armillary is in excellent condition with desirable patination. Often the arrows are damaged on these this Armillary is ready to be used as an interior architectural piece or used outside in your garden.
A desirable pair of figural cast iron cat andirons with green marble eyes. Excellent original condition. Quality casting, note how dogs attach to the back of the cats with sliding dovetails.
Map Williamson County Tennessee. 1878. G.D. Beers.
“From New and actual Surveys compiled and published by G.D. Beers. 27 South Sixth St. Philadelphia. 1878. Engraved by Worley & Bracher 27 South Sixth St. Philadelphia. Printed by J.H. Toudy & Co. 119,121& 123 Nth 4th St. Philadelphia.”
46” x 38 1/2”
This color map from the D.G. Beers Co. of Philadelphia shows roads, railroads, streams, schools, stores, residences with owner’s names, post offices and different-colored civil districts. Includes insert of City of Franklin. The chief value ofthis map comes from the detailed, late 19th century depiction of businesses, town dwellers, and the landowner’s names and acreages in largely rural Williamson. County.
Provenance: Vernon Sharpe
9’ 6” x 12’ 2”
Rare color combination with dark blue field, light blue corner brackets and pale red border.
Heriz refers to the district of Persia 40 miles east of Tabriz, it is a group of about 30 villages and towns, the largestis Heriz.
Condition: Good, no repairs, partial loss of one guard stripe overall low pile.
John Poindexter Old Bourbon. Made Spring 1914
Pint. 8 3/8 inches tall.
“Distilled & Bottled at Registered Distillery No. 106th Dist.
Poindexter, Harrison co. KY”.
Made Spring 1914
Bottled Fall 1926
It is not often one comes across an unopened bottle of Kentucky Bourbon made 101 years ago! This bourbon was aged for 12 years before being bottle. The original cork is undisturbed, there is some loss to the contents due to evaporation. ( The Angels Share ), which is typical of bottles of this age.
Back of bottle reads:
“Caution Notice, This bottle has been filled and stamped under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved March 3, 1897, entitled “An act to allow the bottling of distilled spirits in bond.” Any person
who shall reuse this bottle for the purpose of containing distilled spirits without removing and destroying the stamp affixed to this bottle, will be liable for each such offense to a fine of not less than one hundred nor more than one thousand dollars, and to imprisonment for not more than two years.”
“Bottle in bond by Jas. E. Pepper & co. Lexington, Ky. Dist. No. 5, 7th Dist. Ky. Permit Ky P. 14.”
Davidson Co. TN Map. 1898. E.M. Gardner.
Rare Cloth Map of Davidson County Tennessee. ca. 1898. Created by E.M. Gardner Published by Marshall and Bruce Co. Nashville Tennessee. A large size and rare map of Davidson Co. Tennessee printed on cotton in four sections and sewn together. The map shows railroads, Turnpikes, Roads District Lines, Post Offices, White Schools and Negro Schools. Overall condition is good there are expected tears and staining. Out of the four maps know to exist this is either the best or second best in condition.