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SPECTACULAR PORTRAIT, PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION AND EBONY WALKING STICK ID TO BVT. BRIG. GENERAL DAVID H. VINTON

SPECTACULAR PORTRAIT, PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION AND EBONY WALKING STICK ID TO BVT. BRIG. GENERAL DAVID H. VINTON

David Hammond Vinton was born May 4, 1803 in Providence, Rhode Island. Vinton attended the West Point Military Academy from September 1, 1818 to July 1, 1822 where he graduated 14th in his class. He… (740-825). Learn More »

$3,000.00
Originally $3,500.00

MINT, MUSEUM QUALITY MODEL 1841 MEDICAL OFFICER’S COAT WITH SASH

MINT, MUSEUM QUALITY MODEL 1841 MEDICAL OFFICER’S COAT WITH SASH

The coat is made of dark blue broadcloth that is in exceptionally good condition. A scan of the coats exterior reveals several very tiny moth bites that can only be seen by holding the coat up to the… (766-809). Learn More »

RARE PRESENTATION CIVIL WAR FLAG STAFF OF COMPANY A, 10TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

RARE PRESENTATION CIVIL WAR FLAG STAFF OF COMPANY A, 10TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

This presentation flag staff, measuring 62 ½” in length and 1 ½” in diameter, bears an attached silver plate upon which is inscribed, “Presented by Mrs. Artemas Bigelow / Gt Barrington Mass… (766-813). Learn More »

FRAMED LINCOLN ANS (AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED), DATED FEBRUARY 16, 1865

FRAMED LINCOLN ANS (AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED), DATED FEBRUARY 16, 1865

Wonderfully framed and matted autograph of President Abraham Lincoln. Above this is a lithograph image of Lincoln with his hands resting on a book titled, “Constitution of the United States” and… (948-01). Learn More »

MUSEUM QUALITY GROUPING IDENTIFIED TO LIEUTENANT COLONEL & LATER COLONEL JOSEPH W. CORNING OF THE 33RD, 111TH & 194TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

MUSEUM QUALITY GROUPING IDENTIFIED TO LIEUTENANT COLONEL & LATER COLONEL JOSEPH W. CORNING OF THE 33RD, 111TH & 194TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

The owner of this group was Joseph W. Corning of Palmyra, New York who was commissioned Captain of Company B. 33rd New York Infantry on May 9, 1861. He led a colorful and interesting life. The 33rd… (801-559). Learn More »

$17,500.00
ON HOLD

ONE OF THE RAREST WORLD WAR 2 ITEMS - GERMAN ENIGMA I MACHINE

ONE OF THE RAREST WORLD WAR 2 ITEMS - GERMAN ENIGMA I MACHINE

This is a relic German Army I machine which is a composite of original parts from several Enigma relic machines recovered from Europe. The base has the serial number 10904. This machine is not… (873-17). Learn More »

$3,900.00
Originally $7,600.00
ON HOLD

RARE CASED CIVIL WAR PERIOD EMBALMING SURGEON’S CHEMICAL BOTTLES

RARE CASED CIVIL WAR PERIOD EMBALMING SURGEON’S CHEMICAL BOTTLES

During the early part of the Civil War it was the Embalming Surgeons that performed the embalming procedure. Most of the men were military surgeons, some were civilian surgeons that took up the trade… (M25239). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED, SCARCE FIRST MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE CARRIED BY A TROOPER IN CONFEDERATE GENERAL J.E.B. STUART’S VIRGINIA CAVALRY

IDENTIFIED, SCARCE FIRST MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE CARRIED BY A TROOPER IN CONFEDERATE GENERAL J.E.B. STUART’S VIRGINIA CAVALRY

Presented here in fine original condition is a First Model Maynard carbine identified to a trooper in the Confederate 1st Virginia Cavalry, Levi Leopold. German-born Levi Leopold, a thirty-three year… (526-82). Learn More »

$7,950.00
ON HOLD

RARE CIVIL WAR EARLY FEDERAL CONTRACT SMOOTHSIDE CANTEEN FROM GETTYSBURG

RARE CIVIL WAR EARLY FEDERAL CONTRACT SMOOTHSIDE CANTEEN FROM GETTYSBURG

This early Civil War artifact is a very good relic example of a seldom seen U.S. contract smoothside canteen that was once part of the personal collection of the Eckert and Rosensteel families of… (942-02). Learn More »

VERY FINE CONDITION CIVIL WAR US MODEL 1861 3 INCH ORDNANCE RIFLE

VERY FINE CONDITION CIVIL WAR US MODEL 1861 3 INCH ORDNANCE RIFLE

This artillery tube, next to the US 3 inch Parrott tube, was the most widely used rifle cannon during the American Civil War. Manufactured of wrought iron under John Griffen’s patent, of which The… (941-01). Learn More »

$57,500.00
ON HOLD

VERY FINE CONDITION CIVIL WAR US MODEL 1861 3 INCH ORDNANCE RIFLE

VERY FINE CONDITION CIVIL WAR US MODEL 1861 3 INCH ORDNANCE RIFLE

This artillery tube was the most widely used rifle cannon during the American Civil War. Manufactured of wrought iron under John Griffen’s patent, of which The Horse Soldier has an original copy… (940-01). Learn More »

PATENT DOCUMENTS AND LETTERS REGARDING MANUFACTURE OF 3” ORDNANCE RIFLES

PATENT DOCUMENTS AND LETTERS REGARDING MANUFACTURE OF 3” ORDNANCE RIFLES

This lot consists of five letters written between John Griffen and Samuel Reeves; a legal agreement between Griffen, Reeves, and Emile Geyelin; Samuel Reeves’ copy of Letters Patent 37108 with… (274-204). Learn More »

VERY FINE CONDITION WARTIME SLOUCH HAT & IMAGES IDENTIFIED TO 1ST MICHIGAN CAVALRY & 17TH NEW YORK INFANTRY OFFICER

VERY FINE CONDITION WARTIME SLOUCH HAT & IMAGES IDENTIFIED TO 1ST MICHIGAN CAVALRY & 17TH NEW YORK INFANTRY OFFICER

The three items in this group are identified to Captain Frederick W. Backus who served for a short time in the 1st Michigan Cavalry and the 17th New York Infantry before dying of disease in 1862. The… (470-10). Learn More »

$5,500.00
Originally $6,000.00
SOLD

CONFEDERATE TWO PIECE “CS” VIRGINIA STYLE BUCKLE

CONFEDERATE TWO PIECE “CS” VIRGINIA STYLE BUCKLE

Reference O’Donnell & Campbell Plate 004. Two piece tongue and wreath buckle. Nice, even chocolate brown patina. All details on the wreath are easily visible and the “CS” casting is good.… (R22617). Learn More »

EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY PIPE TOMAHAWK BY NEW YORK CITY MAKER J. ROSE & SON

EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY PIPE TOMAHAWK BY NEW YORK CITY MAKER J. ROSE & SON

Exceptional example. Harold Peterson lists J. Rose & Son NYC as making 36 tomahawks for the Office of Indian Affairs in 1806 at a prices ranging from 50 to 90 cents each. It is possible this… (30-1970). Learn More »

MERRILL CARBINE ID’D TO TWO MEMBERS OF THE 7TH INDIANA CAVALRY

MERRILL CARBINE ID’D TO TWO MEMBERS OF THE 7TH INDIANA CAVALRY

This Merrill carbine bears serial number 12776 and shows on the Ordnance return for the 7th Indiana Cavalry as having been initially issued to Private Anthony Fredrick of Company D. Scratched on the… (G3634). Learn More »

BOOTS STATED TO BE THOSE WORN BY GENERAL SAMUEL K. ZOOK WHEN KILLED AT GETTYSBURG & OTHER RELATED ITEMS

BOOTS STATED TO BE THOSE WORN BY GENERAL SAMUEL K. ZOOK WHEN KILLED AT GETTYSBURG & OTHER RELATED ITEMS

These boots surfaced in the collection of the late Stan Landis of Quakertown, Pennsylvania and then passed to a New York collector where they were obtained in 1975 by George Lower, owner of the… (355-39). Learn More »

COMPANY OF MILITARY HISTORIANS

COMPANY OF MILITARY HISTORIANS

The Company of Military Historians was founded in 1949 as an educational, scientific, and literary institution devoted to the study and dissemination of "information on the uniforms, equipment,…. Learn More »

REVOLUTIONARY WAR LOG HUT FROM MASSACHUSETTS (P.O.R.)

REVOLUTIONARY WAR LOG HUT FROM MASSACHUSETTS (P.O.R.)

PRICE UPON REQUEST This is an original Revolutionary War log hut that features squared and dovetailed timbers with no pins. This method of construction made the hut transportable and reusable. The… (236-93). Learn More »


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