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MODEL 1858 ARMY DRESS HAT OR “HARDEE” HAT

MODEL 1858 ARMY DRESS HAT OR “HARDEE” HAT

Hat is made of pressed black felt and is in good condition. The top right side of the crown has a slit approx. 1.75 inches long while the left side just below the crown has a vertical slit that meas.… (526-13). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE IMPORT BRITISH PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE-MUSKET

CONFEDERATE IMPORT BRITISH PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE-MUSKET

Found in Gettysburg after the battle. From the Soldier’s National Museum, and the Jennie Wade Museum. Both sides imported large quantities of firearms in arming their troops. The most widely used… (173-2807). Learn More »

$5,500.00
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VERY NICE SHARPS NEW MODEL 1859 RIFLE ID’D TO 151ST NEW YORK SOLDIER WHO SERVED AS A BRIGADE SHARPSHOOTER - WONDERFUL MOUNTED SILVER PLAQUE ON STOCK ATTESTING TO ID

VERY NICE SHARPS NEW MODEL 1859 RIFLE ID’D TO 151ST NEW YORK SOLDIER WHO SERVED AS A BRIGADE SHARPSHOOTER - WONDERFUL MOUNTED SILVER PLAQUE ON STOCK ATTESTING TO ID

This weapon was carried in the Civil War by Dem Youngers of Company C, 151st New York Infantry and bears a silver plaque on the stock attesting to that fact. This rare Sharps is a New Model 1859 with… (526-43). Learn More »

WONDERFUL “STAINLESS BANNER” 2ND NATIONAL CONFEDERATE FLAG

WONDERFUL “STAINLESS BANNER” 2ND NATIONAL CONFEDERATE FLAG

A close examination of this flag has determined that it was produced sometime in the late 1860’s to 1870’s. As far as is known it is not a war-time piece. The flag is made of cotton and meas.… (846-04). Learn More »

$5,500.00
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CONFEDERATE RICHMOND RIFLE-MUSKET

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND RIFLE-MUSKET

Exceptional example of the most sought-after Confederate infantry long arm! Very rare Southern manufactured .58 caliber rifle-musket made with M1855 production machinery captured at the Harpers Ferry… (476-87). Learn More »

$12,500.00
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MULTIPLY STENCILED OVERCOAT OWNED BY PVT. ALBERT LEACH – 14TH NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEERS, CO. A

MULTIPLY STENCILED OVERCOAT OWNED BY PVT. ALBERT LEACH – 14TH NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEERS, CO. A

This overcoat was manufactured by Amos Clark, whose name is stenciled in the right sleeve lining: “A. Clark/New York,” and boasts the somewhat unusual red wool lining of this maker (Clark had… (526-38). Learn More »

CS OFFICER'S HAVERSACK IDENTIFIED TO MAJ. JAMES B. EUSTIS, STAFF OFFICER AND POLITICIAN

CS OFFICER'S HAVERSACK IDENTIFIED TO MAJ. JAMES B. EUSTIS, STAFF OFFICER AND POLITICIAN

This brown leather haversack is tooled with pinwheel designs on the front flap, body and strap. The original strap is detached. Long closure strap with original iron buckle still intact on front.… (526-18). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE BUCKSHOT CARTRIDGE – AUGUSTA ARSENAL

CONFEDERATE BUCKSHOT CARTRIDGE – AUGUSTA ARSENAL

Very scarce Confederate buckshot cartridge made at Augusta Arsenal.  These Augusta cartridges are easily recognized by the salmon-colored paper and that they are filled with 15 buckshot.  Other C.S.… (286-234). Learn More »

VERY NICE COMMERCIALLY MANUFACTURED NEW HAMPSHIRE CIVIL WAR OVERCOAT

VERY NICE COMMERCIALLY MANUFACTURED NEW HAMPSHIRE CIVIL WAR OVERCOAT

This overcoat is made of sky-blue wool with a red wool lining in the body. The exterior has a stand/fall collar, cape and single-breasted front. The high quality sky-blue material is in good condition… (801-500). Learn More »

GROUPING OF ITEMS IDENTIFIED TO COLONEL CALVIN LITTLEFIELD OF THE 94TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

GROUPING OF ITEMS IDENTIFIED TO COLONEL CALVIN LITTLEFIELD OF THE 94TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

The following is Col. Littlefield’s obituary as printed in the Watertown Daily Times dated Thursday January 6, 1910:   COL. CALVIN LITTLEFIELD AND HIS DISTINGUISHED CAREER LAST OF HIS… (801-169). Learn More »

ABRAHAM LINCOLN SIGNED PRESIDENTIAL PARDON DATED 1861

ABRAHAM LINCOLN SIGNED PRESIDENTIAL PARDON DATED 1861

Authenticated by the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum in Springfield, IL, this document is a pre-printed, filled in  form, light gray in color, 9.75 x 16” [9.75 x 8” folded]--with a single with… (215-14). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG RELIC PAPER WEIGHT

GETTYSBURG RELIC PAPER WEIGHT

Made by Edward Woodward. This piece consists of an iron base cup of a 3” Hotchkiss artillery shell mounted on a flat wooden base measuring 4 x 4 x 7/8”. The base cup is an early battlefield… (450-83). Learn More »

$1,500.00
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CIVIL WAR 35 STAR US FLAG ID’D TO ASSISTANT SURGEON OF 1ST LOUISIANA (NEW ORLEANS) INFANTRY

CIVIL WAR 35 STAR US FLAG ID’D TO ASSISTANT SURGEON OF 1ST LOUISIANA (NEW ORLEANS) INFANTRY

This double-sided cotton bunting flag is hand-sewn and meas. approx. 56.00 inches on the hoist x 90.00 inches on the fly. White cotton hoist border is 1.25 inches wide with three brass grommets, one… (846-02). Learn More »

US OFFICER’S SLOUCH HAT WITH COCKADES

US OFFICER’S SLOUCH HAT WITH COCKADES

This early, black wool officer’s slouch hat has two black silk cockades sewn on the turned-up brim. Each cockade has a brass spread-winged eagle button in the center. Patina on buttons is bright. On… (801-26). Learn More »

ABRAHAM LINCOLN / LINCOLN & HERNDON LEGAL DOCUMENT, WITH FIRM NAME IN LINCOLN’S HAND

ABRAHAM LINCOLN / LINCOLN & HERNDON LEGAL DOCUMENT, WITH FIRM NAME IN LINCOLN’S HAND

Dated “this 6th of October 1847.” In ink, on light blue paper, 8 x 9”, mounted on light white card, attached by neat, slender, easily removed strip of document tape along left margin. Ink is… (766-76). Learn More »

HENRY DERINGER “PEANUT” SIZE DERINGER PISTOL

HENRY DERINGER “PEANUT” SIZE DERINGER PISTOL

.41 cal. barrel is just under 2” and overall length is just under 5”. Barrel smooth. Walnut stock with most of the original varnish. German silver mounts and trigger guard. All nicely engraved.… (611-525). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED MODEL 1860 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE BY C. ROBY, W. CHELMSFORD, MASS.

IDENTIFIED MODEL 1860 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE BY C. ROBY, W. CHELMSFORD, MASS.

Etched on the blade to “Capt. M.C. Burleigh Co. C Gob’s Horse Guards”. A really handsome sabre. Brass hilt is untouched with the gilt finish covered with a thin mellow patina. The sharkskin… (611-532). Learn More »

$5,500.00
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GETTYSBURG USED CLASSIC M1816 CONVERSION MUSKET IDENTIFIED TO FIRST SERGEANT JOSEPH E. DASHER, 34TH AND 191ST PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

GETTYSBURG USED CLASSIC M1816 CONVERSION MUSKET IDENTIFIED TO FIRST SERGEANT JOSEPH E. DASHER, 34TH AND 191ST PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

Here is an original and identified longarm used in the Civil War by veteran Pennsylvania soldier Joseph E. Dasher of Dauphin County, Harrisburg, PA. His firearm is a .69 caliber, Model 1816… (173-2684). Learn More »

HANDSOME CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE IDENTIFIED TO THOMAS C. WEBBER, 1ST DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CAVALRY

HANDSOME CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE IDENTIFIED TO THOMAS C. WEBBER, 1ST DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CAVALRY

Inscribed on the silver plated scabbard, “Presented to T.C. Webber, by / Co. G. / 1st D.C. Cav. / February 27, 1864”. Sabre has a “W. Clauberg/Solingen” marked blade.  The cast brass grip has… (E2617). Learn More »

CHARLESTON MERCURY BROADSIDE — “UNION IS DISSOLVED”

CHARLESTON MERCURY BROADSIDE — “UNION IS DISSOLVED”

Printed broadside, measuring 12.5 x 23”, mounted on red card measuring 12 x 17.5”, mounted on heavy beige board, inside a heavy,   gilt trimmed wooden period frame, 30.5 x 24”. Double heavy… (801-387). Learn More »

$10,000.00
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