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US PERCUSSION CAP BOX FOUND ON EAST CAVALRY FIELD AT GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

US PERCUSSION CAP BOX FOUND ON EAST CAVALRY FIELD AT GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is an original U.S. Percussion Capbox recovered soon after the Battle of Gettysburg. It was found in Gettysburg on East Cavalry Field. This piece is in very good condition; the outer leather… (942-03). Learn More »

EARLY REPRINT OF 3RD TEXAS CAVALRY HISTORY LIMITED TO 400 COPIES

EARLY REPRINT OF 3RD TEXAS CAVALRY HISTORY LIMITED TO 400 COPIES

The title of this book is “THE LONE STAR DEFENDERS: A CHRONICLE OF THE THIRD TEXAS CAVALRY, ROSS’ BRIGADE” by S. B.  Barron who was a member of the regiment. Originally published in 1908 this… (173-3803). Learn More »

FRAMED PHOTO OF ROBERT E. LEE WITH WALTER TAYLOR & SON CUSTIS LEE BY MATTHEW BRADY

FRAMED PHOTO OF ROBERT E. LEE WITH WALTER TAYLOR & SON CUSTIS LEE BY MATTHEW BRADY

Early, original copy of the photo of General Robert E. Lee taken in Richmond just after the end of the war by the famous Civil War photographer Matthew Brady. Photograph shows Lee seated between his… (573-58). Learn More »

$2,500.00
ON HOLD

VERY RARE CONFEDERATE 3-INCH MULLANE / TENNESSEE PATTERN POINTED NOSE SHELL

VERY RARE CONFEDERATE 3-INCH MULLANE / TENNESSEE PATTERN POINTED NOSE SHELL

This Tennessee Sabot pattern projectile is sometimes called the Mullane shell. This is the rare pointed nose type, which is found only in hex-head bolt Mullane shells. This used a very rare CS copper… (R22627). Learn More »

FRAMED TEN DOLLAR C.S. NOTE WITH THREE US EAGLE BUTTONS

FRAMED TEN DOLLAR C.S. NOTE WITH THREE US EAGLE BUTTONS

This is a nice display of relic buttons and a Confederate note. Infantyman’s buttons from left to right were recovered from- Antietam / Sharpsburg, near Burnside’s Bridge in October 1959; Harpers… (L15351). Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

RICHMOND SHARPS CARBINE

RICHMOND SHARPS CARBINE

Presented here is a Richmond-made, straight-breech Confederate Sharps carbine. Of the approximately 5,000 firearms called “Richmond Carbines” made for the Confederate government between 1862 and… (362-777). Learn More »

WAIST UP CDV OF CONFEDERATE COLONEL FRANK HUGER

WAIST UP CDV OF CONFEDERATE COLONEL FRANK HUGER

Nice clear image of Huger in the uniform of a Confederate Colonel. He wears a double-breasted frock coat with three stars on each collar and a “pork pie” style slouch hat. Image is clear with… (P13680). Learn More »

FLAGS OF THE CONFEDERACY WATERCOLOR

FLAGS OF THE CONFEDERACY WATERCOLOR

Early 20th century watercolor by C.D. Mahood features the four flags of the Confederacy- the Third National, the Second National (known as the “Stainless Banner”), the First National and the… (933-22). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE LINED INFANTRY “I” JACKET BUTTON  FOUND EAST OF THE STONE WALL IN THE HISTORIC WHEATFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE LINED INFANTRY “I” JACKET BUTTON FOUND EAST OF THE STONE WALL IN THE HISTORIC WHEATFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

Found by local Gettysburg resident John Cullison, who excavated relics on the field from 1935-1959. Cullison sold his collection to the famed Gettysburg Rosensteel family, who held the primary… (532-87). Learn More »

$325.00
ON HOLD

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE SEAL JACKET BUTTON  FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION,  FOUND EAST OF THE STONE WALL IN THE HISTORIC WHEATFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE SEAL JACKET BUTTON FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION, FOUND EAST OF THE STONE WALL IN THE HISTORIC WHEATFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

Found on the southern part of the battlefield by local Gettysburg resident John Cullison, who excavated relics on the field from 1935-1959. Cullison sold his collection to the famed Gettysburg… (532-86). Learn More »

$225.00
ON HOLD

GEORGIA STATE BUTTON, RECOVERED FROM ROSE FARM FIELD, GETTYSBURG

GEORGIA STATE BUTTON, RECOVERED FROM ROSE FARM FIELD, GETTYSBURG

This button has the Georgia state seal design. The face of the button has a darkened patina, with none of the original gilt present. The reverse of the button has the shank. Backmark reads, “B M… (532-85). Learn More »

$275.00
ON HOLD

CONFEDERATE INFANTRY “I” BUTTON WITH REMAINS OF SOLDIER’S UNIFORM, RECOVERED AT THE HISTORIC ROSE FARM AT GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE INFANTRY “I” BUTTON WITH REMAINS OF SOLDIER’S UNIFORM, RECOVERED AT THE HISTORIC ROSE FARM AT GETTYSBURG

Recovered in the woods at the Rose Farm. This historic farm owned by George and Dorothy Rose is located south of Gettysburg on the eastern side of the Emmitsburg Road. This farm was at the center of… (532-84). Learn More »

$295.00
ON HOLD

FABRIC FROM A CHAIR BELONGING TO ROBERT E. LEE, GIVEN TO HIS GODCHILD

FABRIC FROM A CHAIR BELONGING TO ROBERT E. LEE, GIVEN TO HIS GODCHILD

The fabric in this display originated from a chair that originally covered a chair belonging to Robert E. Lee. It was found in an old envelope noted, "General Robert E. Lee, button and material from… (M25074). Learn More »

A SOUVENIR FROM STONEWALL JACKSON'S HOUSE

A SOUVENIR FROM STONEWALL JACKSON'S HOUSE

This attractive 11” x 14” unframed display features a 2 5/8" x 1 7/8" piece of coverlet that was owned by Colonel Elijah W. Penny who had service in three Indiana Union regiments and was wounded… (M25310). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAP POUCH

CONFEDERATE CAP POUCH

This is a nice example of a Confederate-made percussion cap pouch. In good condition, this pouch looks much like its northern counterpart. The back, outer/front flap, and latch tab are a single piece… (773-05). Learn More »

TWO PIECE CONFEDERATE CS BUCKLE

TWO PIECE CONFEDERATE CS BUCKLE

This is a very nice two piece tongue and wreath “CS” plate. It has a rich chocolate patina that matches perfectly on each section. The two halves fit together well. The good fit and the matching… (213-96). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAP POUCH

CONFEDERATE CAP POUCH

Nice example of a Confederate percussion cap pouch. Outer flap has stitched latch tab which remains secure. Lead finial is present. Single belt loop is 1 ½” wide. Inner flap has small ears sewn in… (302-58). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE IMPORT OF A BRITISH PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE MUSKET

CONFEDERATE IMPORT OF A BRITISH PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD RIFLE MUSKET

This E.P. Bond rifle musket has the engraved Confederate inventory number “5053” on the tang of the brass buttplate. The ramrod is not engraved. The Confederate government contracted for the… (G3651). Learn More »

SAMUEL COOPER AUTOGRAPH

SAMUEL COOPER AUTOGRAPH

Clipped single line-signature, running three inches in length, on faded brown ink, on paper 3.875 x .75” VG, and entirely legible. Samuel Cooper was a New Yorker, and career army officer [West… (913-408). Learn More »

JAMES SEDDON AUTOGRAPH

JAMES SEDDON AUTOGRAPH

Clipped signature, in brown ink, on light blue paper, 1.375 x 3”.  VG, and entirely legible.  A native Virginian, lawyer James Seddon served terms as U.S. Congressman and was a member of the… (913-409). Learn More »


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RARE 1ST MODEL/1ST PRODUCTION SPENCER RIFLE BAYONET

Nearly identical to the M1855 socket bayonet, this rare Spencer bayonet has some differences worth noting. Most importantly, the Spencer measures 18.5”in length instead of 18”, and its rear fluted edge remains sharp and does not taper near the… (R22532). Learn More »

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