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Japanese Banner of Congratulations For Joining the Army
Japanese Banner of Congratulations For Joining the Army. Gray and off-white silk with orange fringe and tassels, and red and white Japanese flags, 50 x 16". Black Japanese characters say at top: "Congratulations for joining the Army." Down the left side is: "7th Squadron. Kyoto Shoseki Kabushikigaisha [Kyoto Books Ltd.]." In the middle is "Mr. Furukawa Hideo" and down the right side is: "The Reserves of the 9th Infantry Regiment." This was probably given to a son or employee or friend of the owner of the book shop. There are a few small tears in the gray silk and a few faint stains on the off-white background, but still a very attractive banner. Estimated Value $500-UP. Ira & Larry Goldberg
A Set Of Gorham Sterling Flatware
A Set Of Gorham Sterling Flatware. An elegant 45 Victorian style set of flatware consisting of eight knives, eight butter knives, eight forks, seven salad forks, eight teaspoons, and six serving utensils--All housed in a Naken's wooden silverware chest. Total weight is 49.05 ozt. Estimated Value $1,300 - 1,600 Ira & Larry Goldberg
Hoover, Herbert
Hoover, Herbert. (1874-1964) 31st President of the United States (1929-33).Typed Letter Signed, on engraved, personal stationery, one page, 10 1/2 x 7 1/4 inches, The Waldorf Astoria, Feb. 15, 1939. To Mrs. Sarah B. Cope, thanking her for sending him a telegram "in reference to my Lincoln Day speech. It was a great occasion, where I believe we marched a step forward in unity of the Republican Party for 1940." Estimated Value $200 - 300 Ira & Larry Goldberg
[Los Angeles' Farmers Market] 1935 Plaque Commemorating 1st Birthday
[los Angeles' Farmers Market] 1935 Plaque Commemorating 1st Birthday. Bronze plaque, 24 1/2 x 16 3/4 in., created by artist J.E. Balogh and presented to Roger Dahlhjelm, one of the founders of the Los Angeles Farmers Market, to commemorate the first birthday of the Market on July 14, 1935. A small plaque at lower left says, "First Birthday / Farmers Public Market / July 14, 1935 / To Roger Dahlhjelm." The artist signed at lower left, with "L.A." after his name. The Los Angeles landmark and tourist attraction, almost 79 years old and going strong, today holds more than 100 restaurants, grocers and tourist shops which employ more than 700 people. It is located at the corner of 3rd Street and Fairfax Avenue, which was an open field owned by E.B. Gilmore back in July 1934, when the first dozen farmers parked their trucks there to sell produce to the locals; each farmer had to pay 50 cents rent. Roger Dahlhjelm, a businessman, and Fred Beck, an advertising copywriter, were the two men who approached Gilmore with the idea to use his field, and the Farmers Market was a success from the beginning, surpassing all expections. It became a cultural icon and a central meeting place for Angelenos. A sign is still displayed in front of the Market which says, "Meet Me at Third and Fairfax." Estimated Value $5,000-UP. Ira & Larry Goldberg
Edmund Kirby Smith
Edmund Kirby Smith. (1824-93) West Point graduate who became a CSA general, noted for his command of the Trans-Mississippi Department after the fall of Vicksburg. Manuscript document signed ("E. Kirby Smith Col. C.S. Army"), 1p, 6 1/4 x 7 1/2", with docket, Lynchburg, Virginia, May 13, 1861. A receipt from "Powhatan Robinson aid de camp - M.A. the following Ordnance Stores, Viz. 60,000 musket ball cartridges [and] 100,000 percussion caps." Fine. Estimated Value $300 - 400. Ira & Larry Goldberg
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