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Mobilgas Tank Train Car


This Mobilgas Tank Car is grey with "Mobilgas" in the center in black writing and Red flying horses on each side of it. The car is 16 1/2 inches in length and 7 1/4 inches tall. I also have listed is a Texaco Tank car.   
        $100.00

          

ORANGE & ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD STEREOVIEW


A great stereoview image of the bent rails destroyed on the O & A RR, w soldier standing in background, reverse ink inscr "How Orange & Alexandria RR was destroyed when Confederates fell back before Army of Potomac under Gen Meade Oct 1863" Gray mount, exc. Circa 1890s w exc detail and super clarity of this noted Virginia Civil War railroad, from the original Civil War glassplate negatives.   
        $125.00

          

1863 Mississippi & Missouri Railroad Co. Stock Certificate


11 x 6 1/4, two sided, imprinted stock certificate, filled out in ink. Vignette of two Indians on horseback at bottom, and railroad bridge over river at the top. For 100 shares of one hundred dollars each in the Mississippi & Missouri Rail Road Company. Dated October 8, 1863. Signed by the Treasurer and Vice President of the company. 25 cents Internal Revenue tax stamp affixed at lower right corner, with another 25 cent tax stamp on the reverse. Punch hole cancellations. Light age toning and wear. Very fine.    
        $125.00

          

Rock Island Railroad LaSalle Bouillon Cup - Set of 6


This is a hard to find piece of railroad dining car china used by the Rock Island Railroad line. Best of all... there is a set of SIX bouillon cups in the LaSalle pattern with red monogram. Each cup is marked on the bottom "Albert Pick Co. Inc. Chicago Vitrified China".Condition of each cup is described from left to right:1)Tight one inch age line from top edge; a couple of manufacture blips - one bump in top red stripe (in front) & small indentation in the china; small black mark on bottom (looks like magic marker), makers mark is clear, condition looks relatively unused - shiny with few scratches.2)Again, shiny & appears little use; no cracks or chips;a small pattern blip in the top red stripe; one pattern break where the green pattern cuts off and doesnt meet the other side exactly in the right spot; makers mark clear; one small black mark on bottom.3) shiny and shows little use; makers mark clear; one small black mark on bottom; one smudge and black mark on the red stripe and on the red right below it; one small indentation in the china.4) shiny and appears little use; a couple of pattern misses; a small blip in the red stripe; makers mark clear.5) shiny and appears little use; a little glaze pooling at the foot; bleeding in the green scroll; makers mark clear; and6) makers mark present but a little lighter than the others; shiny and appears little use; a few small scratches on exterior; bleeding in the green scroll.Email if you desire additional pictures or need more description.    
        $1200.00

          

Civil War Brigade General Orland Smith signed Stock Certificate.


Civil War Brigade General Orland Smith signed Stock Certificate. 1883Decorative, antique stock certificate of the Cincinnati, Washington and Baltimore Railroad Company signed by Civil War Brigade General Orland Smith in 1883.Beautifully engraved certificate, representing 25 shares, denomination $ 100, each. Issued in 1883, printed by the American Bank Note Company. Ornate border and vignette of a train. This item is hand signed by the Companys Secretary and President Orland Smith.Size: 11,5 x 7,4 inches. Hole cancelled, very fine condition. Orland Smith (1825 1903) was a railroad executive and a brigade commander in the Union Army during the American Civil War. In 1864, he led a spirited bayonet charge during the Battle of Wauhatchie that took a significant Confederate position on a hill that now bears his name. Among his volunteer soldiers was Pvt. George Nixon III, the great-grandfather of future President Richard Nixon. Smith and his regiment saw action in western Virginia, fighting at the Battle of McDowell and the Battle of Cross Keys. During the late summer, as a part of the Army of Virginia, the 73rd OVI fought at the Second Battle of Bull Run near Manassas, Virginia.Smith assumed brigade command in the XI Corps on October 25, 1862, but he did not participate in the Battle of Chancellorsville. Smiths Brigade was sent to the Western Theater in the autumn of 1863 along with the rest of the XI Corps.He resigned his colonelcy on February 17, 1864. After the war, he returned to his career as a railroad officer and became President of the Cincinnati, Washington and Baltimore Railroad and later, First Vice President of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, with his office in Baltimore, Maryland. From 1884 to 1899 he was President of the Columbus and Cincinnati Midland Railroad.Smith died in Chicago, Illinois. He is buried in Green Lawn Cemetery in Columbus, Ohio.It looks great when matted and framed and maker an outstanding gift.    
        $110.00

          

Fenton Black Satin Glass Chessie Cat Candy Jar Dish


Fenton Black Satin Glass Chessie Cat Candy Jar Dish. Covered, Footed Candy Jar with the Chessie Cat advertising logo of the Chesapeake Railroad. Details:Maker: Fenton Art Glass Company. Country of Origin: American Made in U.S.A. Circa: 2009.Marked: Fenton in Oval with USA below oval Chessie by Fenton.Marked: Limited Edition No 35 of 50 2009 with an R inside a shield.Pattern: Chessie Cat with Iridized Snowflakes and Cat.Color: Sand Carved Black Satin with Iridescent.Piece: Footed Covered Candy Dish.Measures 8 inches tall to top of knob. Brand New. Mint in Box.The Chessie Jar was first produced in 1970 for the Chesapeake Railroad in Amethyst Carnival and was designed by Anthony Rosena.    
        $199.95

          

Vintage BLUE SAMSONITE SUITCASE-Great Shape & Clean


Wonderful piece of vintage 1940s-1950s LUGGAGE in a lovely midnight blue suitcase. Manufactured in Denver, Colorado. Style Nbr. 4721. Is in GREAT CONDITION, is very clean and oder free. Has the normal scrapes and scuffs of vintage luggage, bottom has long metal feet, some of the cream paint has worn, as with the metal. Can easily be cleaned up. Measures 21"L x 13"H x 7-1/2"D. Interior is a nice satin lining with two side pockets. They dont make them like this anymore! VERY STURDY. VERY NICE!Heavy, oversized pkg.-shipping in the U.S. will be $23.50. Thank you for visiting DOGWOOD TRAIL ANTIQUES! :O)   
        $175.00

          

Lionel Train #726 Berkshire Steam Locomotive Music Loco-Motion L


PAPERWEIGHT Lionel Train Musical 726 Berkshire Steam Locomotive by Westland Giftware #2277, featuring an official licensed beautifully detailed & painted sculpted Lionel product. It has the appearance of being on a track going down a slope with gravel and plants. It is about 10 inches long by 5 inches high. There is a wind-up mechanism on the bottom, and the tune The Loco Motion plays. Original retail was $89.99. This is a limited edition, the number and name are fired into the bottom of the cold-cast porcelain. It is Guaranteed in mint condition, and comes in the attractive box pictured below. ALL 3 IN SERIES: $268 INCLUDING INSURED US SHIPPING -SAME AS LIST PRICE.(3rd One Is Only $18).   
        $125.00

          

Lionel NEW YORK CENTRAL # 2333 Locomotive MUSICAL New York, New


PAPERWEIGHTS Lionel Train Musical New York Central 2333 Locomotive by Westland Giftware #2275, featuring an official licensed beautifully detailed & painted sculpted Lionel product. It has the appearance of being on a track going down a slope with gravel and plants. It is about 10 inches long by 5 inches high. The bottom has a wind-up mechanism, and the tune New York, New York plays. Original retail was $89.99. This is a limited edition, the number and name are fired into the bottom of the cold-cast porcelain. It is Guaranteed in mint condition, and comes in the attractive box pictured below. ALL 3 IN SERIES: $268 INCLUDING INSURED US SHIPPING - SAME AS LIST PRICE.(3rd One Is Only $18).   
        $125.00

          

MARYLAND B & O RAILROAD SABOTAGE & HANGINGS


An exceptional Civil War General Order issued at HQ 2nd Infantry Division, Dept of West Virginia, Cumberland, Maryland, April 3, 1865, by Union General Carroll- as gangs of rebel guerrillas frequent raids on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad are supported by local disunionists, Union Forces will burn the property of all disloyal citizens within a 5 mile radius of the raids, and for every Union soldier killed by raiders, the nearest resident rebel sympathizer will be hung! This order issued by General Samuel S Carroll in response to Jessie McNeills Confederate partisan raids on the B& O RR was quickly countermanded by President Lincoln. This is the first copy of this order I have seen. 1p 8 x 5", fold but overall exc.
        $250.00

          


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