Copper luster, or lustre, commemorative pottery jug: 'Cornwallis Resigning his Sword at York Town Oct.r 19th 1781'. The scene depicts George Washington accepting the surrender of Charles Cornwallis and 800 British soldiers, virtually guaranteeing American independence. Portrait of Lafayette verso. Overall 7.5" W x 5.5" H. Some minor paint loss (scratches) as shown.
J. H. Brown and Sons, Kingstown, Kansas, 1915, with a steam engine tractor and other machinery made by the Avery Company, Peoria, Illinois. Modern farm technology of its day.
Pocket travel guide "The Hudson By Daylight Map", published by William F. Link in 1878, Office Day Line Steamers, Pier 39, Vestry Street, New York. Consists of numerous advertisements and detailed maps of the area. Excellent condition. Measures 5 x 6 inches when closed.
Westfield Distric Connecticut highway rate bill day book 1836. A few sample entries: Allow no man more than he earns; Allow for man and team before harvest $2 a day, $1.50 after harvest. Measures 6 x 4 inches. Approximately 16 pages.
"The Producers" Broadway musical Tony Awards 2001 broom from Jujamcyn. "The Producers" garnered 12 Tony awards in 2001. The broom is engraved with each award and "How Sweep it is!" from all your friends at Jujamcyn. Each cast member was given this award from Jujamcyn Theaters New York. The third-largest theatre owner on Broadway, behind the Shubert Organization and the Nederlander Organization, Jujamcyn owns five of the 41 Broadway district playhouses. Over 17 years, Landesman, Binger and the Jujamcyn would produce and house a successful string of Broadway hits, including box office juggernaut "The Producers".