Early brass barrel Kentucky rifle dated 1771, attributed to Hans Jacob Honaker, Frederick County, Va. Estimate: $275,000-$350,000. Image courtesy Cowan’s Auctions Inc.

Early brass barrel Kentucky rifle dated 1771, attributed to Hans Jacob Honaker, Frederick County, Va. Estimate: $275,000-$350,000. Image courtesy Cowan’s Auctions Inc.

Flintlock Kentucky Rifle Signed M. Martin Sheetz - Cowan's Auctions

Flintlock Kentucky Rifle Signed M. Martin Sheetz - Cowan's Auctions

Revolutionary War Silver Mounted Hunting Sword, - Cowan's Auctions

Revolutionary War Silver Mounted Hunting Sword, - Cowan's Auctions

*Winchester Model 37 Single Shot Shotgun - Cowan's Auctions

*Winchester Model 37 Single Shot Shotgun - Cowan's Auctions

Cowan's Auctions: The Midwest's Most Trusted Auction House / Antiques / Fine Art / Art Appraisals

Cowan's Auctions: The Midwest's Most Trusted Auction House / Antiques / Fine Art / Art Appraisals

ca. 1860-80’s, [occupational tintype portrait of a pair of plumbers with a variety of tools at their feet]

ca. 1860-80’s, [occupational tintype portrait of a pair of plumbers with a variety of tools at their feet]

Kentucky Flintlock Rifle by G. Weiker - Cowan's Auctions

Kentucky Flintlock Rifle by G. Weiker - Cowan's Auctions

Kentucky Flintlock Rifle by A. Johnson, - Cowan's Auctions

Kentucky Flintlock Rifle by A. Johnson, - Cowan's Auctions

This is the last photograph of Buffalo Bill Cody, taken outside his doctor’s office, in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, seven days before he died of kidney failure in Denver on January 10, 1917. - Courtesy Cowan's Auctions -

This is the last photograph of Buffalo Bill Cody, taken outside his doctor’s office, in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, seven days before he died of kidney failure in Denver on January 10, 1917. - Courtesy Cowan's Auctions -

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