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LIFE OF STEPHEN ARNOLD DOUGLAS

LIFE OF STEPHEN ARNOLD DOUGLAS

By Frank E. Stevens. Published by the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Springfield, IL; Double Number, October 1923-January 1924. 673 pp., ills. 673 pp. In burgundy glazed cloth,… (804-395). Learn More »

FIRST EDITION COPY OF “CONFEDERATE FACES”

FIRST EDITION COPY OF “CONFEDERATE FACES”

Hardcover volume meas. approx. 8.50 x 11.50 inches and runs 229 pages. Full title is CONFEDERATE FACES: A PICTORAL REVIEW by William A. Albaugh III. Volume contains hundreds of images of Confederate… (B4380). Learn More »

FIRST EDITION COPY OF “MORE CONFEDERATE FACES”

FIRST EDITION COPY OF “MORE CONFEDERATE FACES”

Hardcover volume meas. approx. 8.50 x 11.50 inches and runs 233 pages. Full title is MORE CONFEDERATE FACES: A PICTORAL REVIEW” by William A. Albaugh III. Volume contains hundreds of images of… (B4381). Learn More »

SKETCHES OF WAR HISTORY, 1861-65

SKETCHES OF WAR HISTORY, 1861-65

By Chaplain H. Clay Trumbull. Published by Nichols & Noyes, Boston, 1865. 331pp., portrait frontispiece. In green glazed cloth w/gilt spine lettering & trim. Exhibits light wear at the… (128-1022). Learn More »

HISTORY OF THE EIGHTY-THIRD REGIMENT, INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. [For Three Years With Sherman]

HISTORY OF THE EIGHTY-THIRD REGIMENT, INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. [For Three Years With Sherman]

During the Civil War the state of Indiana provided 208, 367 soldiers and 2,130 sailors to the Union cause--of whom 24, 416 were killed and 48, 568 wounded in service. On the army side, the state… (522-247). Learn More »

$67.50
Originally $75.00

HISTORY OF THE SEVENTY-NINTH REGIMENT INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

HISTORY OF THE SEVENTY-NINTH REGIMENT INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

During the Civil War the state of Indiana provided 208, 367 soldiers and 2,130 sailors to the Union cause--of whom 24, 416 were killed and 48, 568 wounded in service. On the army side, the state… (522-239). Learn More »

$135.00
Originally $150.00

CASEY’S INFANTRY TACTICS, VOL. 2, ID’D TO 1ST LIEUT. JOHN T. BURGESS, 178th NEW YORK INFANTRY

CASEY’S INFANTRY TACTICS, VOL. 2, ID’D TO 1ST LIEUT. JOHN T. BURGESS, 178th NEW YORK INFANTRY

By Brig.-Gen. Silas Casey. Published by D. Van Nostrand, New York, 1862. Lieutenant Burgess’ penciled owner inscription in both front and rear endpapers. 279 pp., plates. In green blind stamped… (450-138). Learn More »

G.A.R. JOURNAL OF 1937 NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT IN WISCONSIN

G.A.R. JOURNAL OF 1937 NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT IN WISCONSIN

This is a perfect bound booklet entitled, “Journal of the Seventy-First National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic, Madison, Wis., September 5 to 10, 1937”.  Book is approximately 6”… (475-234). Learn More »

RARE COMPLETE THREE VOLUME SET OF “MARYLAND IN THE WORLD WAR 1917-1919”

RARE COMPLETE THREE VOLUME SET OF “MARYLAND IN THE WORLD WAR 1917-1919”

This three volume set consists of two volumes that list alphabetically, all the men from Maryland who served in World War One while the third volume holds five large fold out maps. The set was… (924-08). Learn More »

MASONIC GROUPING

MASONIC GROUPING

Here is a collection of early Masonic related items being a manual and several cartes de visite. First is a Macoy’s Masonic Manual (revised edition of 1867). This is a pocket manual of about 300… (801-39). Learn More »

RECENT CAMPAIGNS IN VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND

RECENT CAMPAIGNS IN VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND

By Capt. C.C. Chesney, R.E. Published by Smith , Elder & Co., London: 1863. Rebound. Front eps, two owner stamps, in including “R.A. Weaver”. 230 pp, fldg. Maps. In gray glazed cloth, 8 x… (897-191). Learn More »

SEVEN DECADES OF THE UNION

SEVEN DECADES OF THE UNION

By Henry A. Wise. Published by J.B. Lippincott, Philadelphia, PA: 1872. Front eps, owner stamp: “R.A. Weaver”. 320 pp. In burgundy, blind-stamped glazed cloth, 8.5 x 5.75”, w/gilt spine… (897-94). Learn More »

INFANTRY REGULATIONS, U.S. ARMY., 1891

INFANTRY REGULATIONS, U.S. ARMY., 1891

Published by the U.S. Government Print Office, Washington, 1891. Front cover owner signature in pencil: “Harry D Bridge/ Old Town Maine. 353pp. In green leather, 4.875 x 3.875”, w/gilt cover &… (14-1688). Learn More »

GLEANINGS FROM THE SOUTHLAND

GLEANINGS FROM THE SOUTHLAND

By Kate Cumming. Published by Robertson & Son, Birmingham, AL, 1895. 277 pp., ills. Green, blind-stamped glazed cloth, 7.875 x 5.5”, w/gilt cover and spine lettering. Exhibit light soiling &… (897-17). Learn More »

THE NEW LANGWILL INDEX: A DICTIONARY OF MUSICAL WIND-INSTRUMENT MAKERS AND INVENTORS

THE NEW LANGWILL INDEX: A DICTIONARY OF MUSICAL WIND-INSTRUMENT MAKERS AND INVENTORS

By William Waterhouse. Published by Tony Bingham, London: 1993. First Edition. 518 pp., ills., eps maps. In blue  cloth,  10 x 7”, w/gilt cover and spine lettering. Near mint condition. Essential… (344-2171). Learn More »

CODE OF VIRGINIA, 1849, PART II

CODE OF VIRGINIA, 1849, PART II

Published by William F. Ritchie, Public Printer, Richmond, VA: 1849. Front eps, owner bookplate: “R.A. Weaver”. 898 pp. In full calf, 6.25 x 9.5”, with raised bands and black & red spine… (897-80). Learn More »

CODE OF VIRGINIA - 1860, 2ND EDITION

CODE OF VIRGINIA - 1860, 2ND EDITION

Published by Ritchie, Dunivant & Co., Richmond, VA: 1860. Owner signature, in ink, on upper front cover & front eps: “N.Goff Jr.”. 1022 pp., with errata. Front eps, owner bookplate:… (897-81). Learn More »

LOYALTY ON THE FRONTIER, OR, SKETCHES OF UNION MEN OF THE SOUTH-WEST… (1ST ARKANSAS CAVALRY, US)

LOYALTY ON THE FRONTIER, OR, SKETCHES OF UNION MEN OF THE SOUTH-WEST… (1ST ARKANSAS CAVALRY, US)

By A.W. Bishop, Lieut. Col. First Arkansas Cavalry Volunteers. Published by R.P. Studley, St. Louis: 1863. Presentation inscription, front eps: “Compliments of Albert Pearson/ Capt 1st Ark Co. E/… (897-75). Learn More »

VOLUME ON THE SWORD AND FIREARM COLLECTION OF THE SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI

VOLUME ON THE SWORD AND FIREARM COLLECTION OF THE SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI

Blue cloth bound hardcover meas. approx. 6.25 x 9.25 inches and runs approx. 120 pages. The full title is “SWORD AND FIREARM COLLECTION OF THE SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI IN THE ANDERSON HOUSE MUSEUM… (128-1098). Learn More »

RICHMOND PRISONS 1861-62, COMPILED FROM ORIGINAL RECORDS KEPT BY THE CONFEDERATE GOVERNMENT

RICHMOND PRISONS 1861-62, COMPILED FROM ORIGINAL RECORDS KEPT BY THE CONFEDERATE GOVERNMENT

Journals Kept By Union Prisoners, Together with the name, rank, company regiment and state of the four thousand who were confined there. By William H. Jeffrey. Published by the St. Johnsbury… (897-49). Learn More »


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US NAVY EAGLE POMMEL SWORD ID’D TO PERCIVAL DRAYON, WHO SERVED HIS COUNTRY FOR 38 YEARS

Manufactured: Unmarked  Maker: Unmarked  Year: 1838 - 1850s  Model: Eagle pommel Size: 29.5 inch blade, 1 inch wide, .314 thick  Condition: VG The blade is etched: “Percival / Drayton / U.S. / Navy”. The blue and gold decorated blade has a… (870-48). Learn More »

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