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GETTYSBURG JENNIE WADE SOUVENIR CARD

GETTYSBURG JENNIE WADE SOUVENIR CARD

Ca. 1900. Laid on black card, matted in thicker white card. Souvenir card, featuring frontal view of house w/small circular facial portrait of Wade, measures 5.5 x 4”. White mat card, 8 x 11”.… (1054-1151). Learn More »

SOLDIER’S NATIONAL MONUMENT SOUVENIR COMPACT IN ORIGINAL BOX

SOLDIER’S NATIONAL MONUMENT SOUVENIR COMPACT IN ORIGINAL BOX

This very unique vintage souvenir from Gettysburg is a mirrored lady’s compact made of a silver toned metal with black enamel inlays. Outside of lid features a pot metal shield-shaped emblem with an… (635-348). Learn More »

JENNIE WADE HOUSE SOUVENIR COIN

JENNIE WADE HOUSE SOUVENIR COIN

Copper colored coin features an image of Abraham Lincoln surrounded by a border of stars. The reverse has the words, “SOUVENIR PENNY OF GETTYSBURG” with a stalk of wheat bordering on each… (M24956). Learn More »

$20.00
ON HOLD

1861 DATED BRITISH IMPORT BIBLE FOUND BY CHARLES E. DEARING IN A RICHMOND TOBACCO WAREHOUSE AS P.O.W. AFTER GETTYBURG

1861 DATED BRITISH IMPORT BIBLE FOUND BY CHARLES E. DEARING IN A RICHMOND TOBACCO WAREHOUSE AS P.O.W. AFTER GETTYBURG

Likely brought into the south through the blockade, this pocket bible is bound in brown embossed cloth, measures about 3.75 by 5.5 inches, and was printed at the Oxford University Press, and is dated… (766-1099). Learn More »

A VERY TOUCHING THANKGIVING 1863 LETTER TO CHARLES E. DEARING 16th MAINE FROM HIS FAMILY

A VERY TOUCHING THANKGIVING 1863 LETTER TO CHARLES E. DEARING 16th MAINE FROM HIS FAMILY

In October 1863 President Lincoln proclaimed a national day of thanksgiving for November 26. The Dearing family honored the proclamation and gathered at “the old homestead in Webster” to celebrate… (766-1087). Learn More »

$100.00
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POCKET RELIGIOUS TRACT: A CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR’S GIFT TO SERGEANT  C. E. DEARING, CO. B, 16th, MAINE, GETTYSBURG P.O.W., FROM HIS SISTER 1863

POCKET RELIGIOUS TRACT: A CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR’S GIFT TO SERGEANT C. E. DEARING, CO. B, 16th, MAINE, GETTYSBURG P.O.W., FROM HIS SISTER 1863

We recently acquired a large trove of material descended from Charles E. Dearing, who mustered into Co. B of the 16th Maine as a corporal in August 1862, was promoted sergeant in January and first… (766-1095). Learn More »

LETTER TO CHARLES E. DEARING 16th MAINE WHILE A PRISONER OF WAR AFTER GETTYSBURG FROM HIS BROTHER ALBERT LINCOLN DEARING 5th MAINE, WIA

LETTER TO CHARLES E. DEARING 16th MAINE WHILE A PRISONER OF WAR AFTER GETTYSBURG FROM HIS BROTHER ALBERT LINCOLN DEARING 5th MAINE, WIA

A rather jocular letter written to Charles E. Dearing while a prisoner of war by his brother, Capt. Albert Lincoln Dearing 5th Maine, dated September 8, 1863, written while recovering from a wound… (766-1081). Learn More »

16th MAINE QUARTERMASTER SERGEANT’S WARRANT FOR CHARLES E. DEARING SIGNED BY CHARLES TILDEN, CAPTURED AT GETTYSBURG AND ESCAPED FROM LIBBY

16th MAINE QUARTERMASTER SERGEANT’S WARRANT FOR CHARLES E. DEARING SIGNED BY CHARLES TILDEN, CAPTURED AT GETTYSBURG AND ESCAPED FROM LIBBY

Officers received their rank and authority on the basis of commissions from the government. Regimental non-commissioned officers (corporals and sergeants) received theirs from the regiment’s… (766-1080). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG CONTENT LETTER OF CHARLES E. DEARING, 1st SERGEANT, CO. B, 16th MAINE, CAPTURED AS GETTYSBURG AFTER DEFENDING OAK RIDGE

GETTYSBURG CONTENT LETTER OF CHARLES E. DEARING, 1st SERGEANT, CO. B, 16th MAINE, CAPTURED AS GETTYSBURG AFTER DEFENDING OAK RIDGE

This is a lengthy four-page letter in ink written by Charles E. Dearing to his mother on October 13, 1863, upon his exchange from Confederate captivity after Gettysburg. On July 1 the 16th Maine… (766-1083). Learn More »

PIECE OF THE FLAG OF THE 16th MAINE TORN UP TO AVOID CAPTURE ON JULY 1, 1863, AT GETTYSBURG WITH LETTER FROM SERGT. DEARING SENDING IT HOME

PIECE OF THE FLAG OF THE 16th MAINE TORN UP TO AVOID CAPTURE ON JULY 1, 1863, AT GETTYSBURG WITH LETTER FROM SERGT. DEARING SENDING IT HOME

“The intrepid color bearers, Mower and Thomas, waved defiance to the foe, as they closed around the regiment. Although conspicuous marks, they gallantly held aloft the loved emblems until capture… (766-1082). Learn More »

NCO EAGLE WAISTBELT PLATE AND KEEPER OF SERGT. C.E. DEARING, 16th MAINE

NCO EAGLE WAISTBELT PLATE AND KEEPER OF SERGT. C.E. DEARING, 16th MAINE

This regulation 1851 pattern sword belt plate and keeper came to us in a large grouping of material belonging to Charles E. Dearing of the 16th Maine. Dearing was mustered into Co. B as a corporal in… (766-1088). Learn More »

$550.00
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EMBROIDERED HAT INSIGNIA & GAR ITEMS ID’D TO OFFICER CAPTURED AT GETTYSBURG

EMBROIDERED HAT INSIGNIA & GAR ITEMS ID’D TO OFFICER CAPTURED AT GETTYSBURG

The items in this little group are identified to 1st Lieutenant George W. Grant of the 88th Pennsylvania who was captured at Gettysburg on July1, 1863. The lot consists of an embroidered Infantry… (1070-162). Learn More »

US/CS .69 CALIBER BULLET IN WOOD FROM GETTYSBURG

US/CS .69 CALIBER BULLET IN WOOD FROM GETTYSBURG

A .69 caliber round musket ball in wood found in Reynolds’ Woods by local resident and relic hunter Ron Miller. He was the brother of Ed Miller, well known local relic hunter who amassed a large… (286-577). Learn More »

$75.00
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CONFEDERATE .58 CALIBER BULLET IN WOOD FROM GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE .58 CALIBER BULLET IN WOOD FROM GETTYSBURG

A Confederate .58 caliber Gardner Patent bullet in wood found in Reynolds’ Woods by local resident and relic hunter Ron Miller. He was the brother of Ed Miller, well known local relic hunter who… (286-576). Learn More »

$125.00
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EARLY GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR WOOD CANE FROM ROUNDTOP

EARLY GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR WOOD CANE FROM ROUNDTOP

Here is an early souvenir walking cane made of wood taken from the famous Gettysburg battlefield area of the Round Tops. This wooden cane measures about 35 ½” long. The handle area retains a… (1054-2841). Learn More »

EARLY GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR WOOD CANE FROM ROUNDTOP

EARLY GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR WOOD CANE FROM ROUNDTOP

Here is an early souvenir walking cane made of wood taken from the famous Gettysburg battlefield area of the Round Tops. This wooden cane measures about 36 ½” long. The handle area retains a… (1054-336). Learn More »

US ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT KEEPER RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

US ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT KEEPER RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

Recovered at Reynolds’ Woods by local relic hunter and resident Ron Miller. He was the brother of Ed Miller, well-known local relic hunter who amassed a large Gettysburg collection. Nice light brown… (286-589). Learn More »

$39.50
SOLD

LARGE LADY LIBERY CENT RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

LARGE LADY LIBERY CENT RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

Large one center copper coin, mintage from 1793 to 1857. This coin is dated 1818 and was recovered on the Lutheran Seminary grounds by local relic hunter and resident Ron Miller. He was the brother of… (286-590). Learn More »

$25.00
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US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

Recovered at Barlow’s knoll by local relic hunter and resident Ron Miller. He was the brother of Ed Miller, well-known local relic hunter who amassed a large Gettysburg collection. Button has a… (286-581). Learn More »

$65.00
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US/CS JACKET/SHIRT BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

US/CS JACKET/SHIRT BUTTON RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

Recovered at Reynolds’ Woods by local relic hunter and resident Ron Miller. He was the brother of Ed Miller, well-known local relic hunter who amassed a large Gettysburg collection. Button has a… (286-575). Learn More »

$25.00
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2020 ANNUAL MEETING OF THE COMPANY OF MILITARY HISTORIANS

The next annual meeting will be held in Princeton, NJ, April 23rd - 26th, 2020. See the flier above for information regarding where to stay (the Crowne Palaza Hotel), a daily itinerary, and who to contact for additional… . Learn More »

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