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GETTYSBURG RELIC DESK SET

GETTYSBURG RELIC DESK SET

Very nice conditioned Gettysburg relic desk set made by John Goode who is known as an early maker of these desk sets. The wood base meas. approx. 5.25 inches long x 3.25 inches wide x 0.75 of an inch… (M24196). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG RELIC DESK SET

GETTYSBURG RELIC DESK SET

Very nice conditioned Gettysburg relic desk set made by Edward Woodward who is a well-known as an early maker of these desk sets. The wood base meas. approx. 6.25 inches long x 3.50 inches wide x 1.00… (M24192). Learn More »

BOX OF “.50-70 GOVERNMENT 20 CENTRAL FIRE BLANK CARTRIDGES.”

BOX OF “.50-70 GOVERNMENT 20 CENTRAL FIRE BLANK CARTRIDGES.”

Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co. Box measures 3 x 2.5” x 2”, with blue cover label. Cartridges in excellent condition, box exhibits light wear, colored label sharp and legible. .50-70… (611-270). Learn More »

VERY FINE CONFEDERATE COURTNEY & TENNANT NAVAL CUTLASS BY ROBERT MOLE

VERY FINE CONFEDERATE COURTNEY & TENNANT NAVAL CUTLASS BY ROBERT MOLE

This edged weapon is a rare, original, contract naval cutlass manufactured by the Robert Mole & Co., an old and established sword-making firm in Birmingham, England. Mole was an exporter who… (161-02). Learn More »

$3,450.00
Originally $4,500.00
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RARE AMES PRESENTATION 3-POUNDER MOUNTAIN HOWITZER

RARE AMES PRESENTATION 3-POUNDER MOUNTAIN HOWITZER

In excellent overall condition, this is a rare, presentation, three-pounder bronze artillery tube produced by the Ames Company of Chicopee, Massachusetts in 1861. Often times referred to as a… (759-11). Learn More »

WARTIME AUTOGRAPHED DOCUMENT SIGNED BY FIVE CONFEDERATE OFFICERS

WARTIME AUTOGRAPHED DOCUMENT SIGNED BY FIVE CONFEDERATE OFFICERS

This document contains the signatures of Richard S. Ewell, Lieut. General; Edward Johnson, Major General; Edward T.H. Warren, Lt. Colonel 10th VA [KIA in the Wilderness, 5/5/1864; D.H. Lee Martz,… (L14607). Learn More »

1858 PATTERN FORAGE CAP WITH MAKER’S LABEL

1858 PATTERN FORAGE CAP WITH MAKER’S LABEL

Standard U.S. Army regulation forage cap adopted by the Quartermaster Department in late 1858. The cap in this new form was to replace the earlier pattern 1839 “Wheel Cap” used in the field by the… (816-01). Learn More »

$3,250.00
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THREE PIECE PRESENTATION COIN SILVER TEA SERVICE

THREE PIECE PRESENTATION COIN SILVER TEA SERVICE

Produced by Monell & Williams, New York, circa 1823.  This superb set consists of a teapot, covered sugar and creamer, with elaborate sheaf-of-wheat finials, on lobed bodies.  Each piece carries… (30-1856). Learn More »

CDV THREE-QUARTER STANDING VIEW OF NEW YORK GETTYSBURG CASUALTY

CDV THREE-QUARTER STANDING VIEW OF NEW YORK GETTYSBURG CASUALTY

This CDV is an image of Thomas W. Quirk of the 9th New York State Militia (also known as the 83rd New York Volunteer Infantry). Quirk is pictured as a Captain. He wears a dark frock coat with shoulder… (224-134). Learn More »

 ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE BADGE & CDV ID'D TO MAJOR EPHRAIM DAWES OF THE 53RD OHIO

ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE BADGE & CDV ID'D TO MAJOR EPHRAIM DAWES OF THE 53RD OHIO

This wonderful Army of the Tennessee gold medal belonged to Major Ephraim Dawes who was the brother of the famous Colonel Rufus Dawes of 6th Wisconsin and Iron Brigade fame. The top bar of the badge… (129-16). Learn More »

VERY FINE, CIVIL WAR PRODUCTION, THICK BRASS FRAME HENRY RIFLE

VERY FINE, CIVIL WAR PRODUCTION, THICK BRASS FRAME HENRY RIFLE

Presented here is a very fine, early, brass-frame Henry rifle, serial #1455, one of only some 14,000 Henry rifles manufactured between 1860 and 1866. Records indicate the U.S. government purchased and… (31-1540). Learn More »

U.S. 1859 PATTERN DRAGOON/ CAVALRY SADDLE BLANKET

U.S. 1859 PATTERN DRAGOON/ CAVALRY SADDLE BLANKET

AN EXTREMELY RARE EXAMPLE PATTERN OF THIS BLANKET!!!!! Only two specimens are known to exist, one located in the collection at the National Park Service museum here in Gettysburg and this newly found… (347-04). Learn More »

A HENRY, CIVIL WAR PRODUCTION, BRASS FRAME RIFLE

A HENRY, CIVIL WAR PRODUCTION, BRASS FRAME RIFLE

This famed ‘Henry’ longarm, the most advanced weapon to be used in service during the Civil War, is the distinctive, brass-framed, lever-action, repeating Yankee rifle without a forend that many… (31-1541). Learn More »

IMPORTED, SILVER-MOUNTED, M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S PRESENTATION SWORD WITH SCABBARD

IMPORTED, SILVER-MOUNTED, M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S PRESENTATION SWORD WITH SCABBARD

Presented to Captain Horace A. Sprague of the 13th New York State Militia was this German-imported, silver mounted, high-grade foot officer’s sword and scabbard. The Model 1850 sword specimen was a… (490-477). Learn More »

IMPORTED, PRESENTATION, SILVER-MOUNTED OFFICER’S CAVALRY SABER AND SCABBARD BY SAUERBIER

IMPORTED, PRESENTATION, SILVER-MOUNTED OFFICER’S CAVALRY SABER AND SCABBARD BY SAUERBIER

This high-grade, imported, silver mounted Model 1840 saber and scabbard specimen was presented to Captain Thomas Morley of the 4th New York Heavy Artillery battery during the Civil War. Thomas Morley… (112-34). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE MAKER-MARKED, ORIGINAL LEATHER BELT HOLSTER FOR A LARGE CALIBER REVOLVER

CONFEDERATE MAKER-MARKED, ORIGINAL LEATHER BELT HOLSTER FOR A LARGE CALIBER REVOLVER

This remarkable leather accoutrement is a superb example of an original, Charleston, S.C. manufactured belt holster used to house a large caliber sidearm or revolver. Considered one of the most… (807-01). Learn More »

EXTREMELY RARE SHARPS M1855 ‘SLANT BREECH’ U.S. CARBINE

EXTREMELY RARE SHARPS M1855 ‘SLANT BREECH’ U.S. CARBINE

Presented here is a super rare, excellent specimen of the Sharps ‘Slant Breech’ Model 1855 U.S. carbine altered for the Maynard tape ignition system. This Model 1855 carbine variation is seldom… (172-3356). Learn More »

CDV THREE QUARTER STANDING VIEW OF 124TH NEW YORK OFFICER KILLED AT GETTYSBURG

CDV THREE QUARTER STANDING VIEW OF 124TH NEW YORK OFFICER KILLED AT GETTYSBURG

CDV image shows Lieutenant Milnor Brown of Company I, 124th New York. He is posed with his right hand grasping his sword belt and his left hand resting on the hilt of his sword. He wears a dark single… (224-118). Learn More »

5TH NEW YORK ARTILLERY REGIMENTAL FLAG - CIRCA 1840

5TH NEW YORK ARTILLERY REGIMENTAL FLAG - CIRCA 1840

The 5th New York Artillery Regimental Flag, reconstructed. Present are the original embroidered elements of the flag, including the Seal of the State of New York which includes the images of Liberty… (344-1698). Learn More »

THE RAREST LINCOLN PATRIOTIC RIBBON

THE RAREST LINCOLN PATRIOTIC RIBBON

Offered is the rarest ribbon on card, an 1864 Lincoln patriotic ribbon which until today has never been offered on the original card, and has always been believed to be a mourning ribbon! The ribbon,… (M23034). Learn More »


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