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NON-REGULATION SILVER GRIPPED PRESENTATION SWORD BY SCHUYLER, HARTLEY & GRAHAM

NON-REGULATION SILVER GRIPPED PRESENTATION SWORD BY SCHUYLER, HARTLEY & GRAHAM

This presentation sword has very impressive deeply cast and chased mounts and silver gripped hilt. Schuyler, Hartley and Graham assembled and sold a wide variety of swords that were often highly… (870-653). Learn More »

CDV OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL JOHN MARSHALL JONES

CDV OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL JOHN MARSHALL JONES

Image shows Jones from the waist up in a three-quarter right profile wearing the uniform of a Confederate General. Image is clear with very good contrast. Bottom of mount has “J. M. JONES” in… (998-2145). Learn More »

BUST VIEW CDV OF SENATOR STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS

BUST VIEW CDV OF SENATOR STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS

Image shows “The Little Giant” as Douglas was known in a dark civilian suit as he appeared around 1860. In fact the image has a back mark by J. CARBUTT of CHICAGO. Image is clean and clear with… (930-22). Learn More »

CDV OF 13TH CONNECTICUT LIEUTENANT COLONEL AND FAMILY

CDV OF 13TH CONNECTICUT LIEUTENANT COLONEL AND FAMILY

Very nice view of Lt. Col. Alexander Warner and his family. The Lt. Col. is seated with his wife standing next to him and their 5 or 6 year old son standing between the Col.’s legs. Warner wears a… (1054-815). Learn More »

BUST CDV OF UNION ARMY SURGEON WHO WAS LATER AWARDED THE MEDAL OF HONOR

BUST CDV OF UNION ARMY SURGEON WHO WAS LATER AWARDED THE MEDAL OF HONOR

Image is a bust view of Dr. Henry R. Tilton posed in three-quarter right profile in the uniform of a Union 1st Lieutenant. Bottom of image has a period pencil inscription of “DR. TILDEN.” Image is… (945-223). Learn More »

PRESENTATION SWORD AND OTHER ITEMS -- MAJOR WILLIAM H. FRY, 16TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

PRESENTATION SWORD AND OTHER ITEMS -- MAJOR WILLIAM H. FRY, 16TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

This group consists of five items from Major William H. Fry of the 16th Pennsylvania Cavalry. The premier piece is a non-regulation, import presentation sword.  Also included are a large framed… (401-37). Learn More »

1862 POCKET TESTAMENT ATTRIBUTED TO A MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER

1862 POCKET TESTAMENT ATTRIBUTED TO A MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER

Item is an 1862 pocket testament in good overall condition. Volume meas. approx. 3.00 x 4.75 inches and contains the New Testament only. Covers are wrapped in brown cloth that shows some light wear… (B6207). Learn More »

$325.00
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PATTERN 1864 CARTRIDGE BOX & SLING IDENTIFIED TO 38TH MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER

PATTERN 1864 CARTRIDGE BOX & SLING IDENTIFIED TO 38TH MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER

Box and sling are in overall good condition and is named to William F. Wilson of Company F, 38th Massachusetts Infantry. The sling is of buff leather, dyed black and still has the original Pattern… (M26302). Learn More »

HOLSTER FOR COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY WITH VERBAL ID TO 15TH MASSACHUSETTS OFFICER

HOLSTER FOR COLT MODEL 1851 NAVY WITH VERBAL ID TO 15TH MASSACHUSETTS OFFICER

This leather holster consists of just the main body. The flap appears to have been cut for easier use. The body of the holster meas. approx. 11.00 inches long. The leather is crazed but solid. The… (M26300). Learn More »

$95.00
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HIGH GRADE US MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO CAPT. JOHN CRAIG, USA BY EMPLOYEES OF SCHUYLKILL ARSENAL 1868

HIGH GRADE US MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO CAPT. JOHN CRAIG, USA BY EMPLOYEES OF SCHUYLKILL ARSENAL 1868

Manufactured: Philadelphia, PA Maker: W. H. Horstmann & Sons Year: 1868 Model: M 1850 Foot Officer Sword Size: 30.50” Condition: VG High grade foot officer’s sword from Horstmann. Brass guard… (870-147). Learn More »

EXCEPTIONALLY CLEAR INK SIGNED SEATED VIEW OF 3RD MASSACHUSETTS & 99TH NEW YORK INFANTRY COLONEL

EXCEPTIONALLY CLEAR INK SIGNED SEATED VIEW OF 3RD MASSACHUSETTS & 99TH NEW YORK INFANTRY COLONEL

Image shows Colonel David W. Wardrop seated at a table and holding his forage cap in his hand. The Colonel wears a dark double-breasted frock coat with matching dark trousers and knee-high boots. In… (1041-266). Learn More »

BUST VIEW CDV OF 40TH NEW YORK QUARTERMASTER

BUST VIEW CDV OF 40TH NEW YORK QUARTERMASTER

Image is a vignette bust view of William H. Scammell wearing a dark frock coat buttoned only at the throat. Just visible under the coat is a matching dark vest. Image is clear with good contrast with… (450-183). Learn More »

VERY NICE INK SIGNED FULL STANDING CDV OF PENNSYLVANIA TROOPER WITH DRAWN SABER

VERY NICE INK SIGNED FULL STANDING CDV OF PENNSYLVANIA TROOPER WITH DRAWN SABER

Image shows Private Charles E. Stewart of the 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry in a jaunty pose leaning against a draped column holding his drawn saber in his right hand, point down. Stewart is wearing a… (945-115). Learn More »

SIGNED VIGNETTE BUST VIEW OF PENNSYLVANIA HORSEMAN

SIGNED VIGNETTE BUST VIEW OF PENNSYLVANIA HORSEMAN

Image is a vignette bust view of Joseph T. Sullivan of the 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry in a dark civilian jacket, white shirt and bow tie. Bottom of image has a bold signature of "YOURS TRULY JOS. T.… (945-112). Learn More »

$45.00
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VERY NICE FULL SEATED VIEW OF CAVALRY SERGEANT CHARLES E. BECK - PERIOD INK ID

VERY NICE FULL SEATED VIEW OF CAVALRY SERGEANT CHARLES E. BECK - PERIOD INK ID

CDV image shows Beck seated by a small marble top table. His dark low crown slouch hat sits on the table next to Beck's right arm. Beck wears his dark double-piped shell jacket, peculiar to the 15th… (945-128). Learn More »

$250.00
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INK SIGNED BUST VIEW OF 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY TROOPER

INK SIGNED BUST VIEW OF 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY TROOPER

Vignette bust image shows John F. MacFarland in a four-button sack coat. The image is clear with god contrast and has a strong period ink signature “J. F. MACFARLAND” on the front. Mount corners… (945-175). Learn More »

ALBUMEN PHOTOGRAPH OF CAMP OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC HEADQUARTERS GUARD, COLLIS ZOUAVES, 114th PA, BY ALEXANDER GARDNER

ALBUMEN PHOTOGRAPH OF CAMP OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC HEADQUARTERS GUARD, COLLIS ZOUAVES, 114th PA, BY ALEXANDER GARDNER

The headquarters of the Army of the Potomac was always a worthwhile subject for photographic crews and the exotic uniforms of the Collis Zouaves, serving as the headquarters guard in 1864, were an… (1054-840). Learn More »

FRAMED MEMORIAL CARD FOR CAPTAIN H.H. ROSENGRANTZ, 33RD ILL. INF.

FRAMED MEMORIAL CARD FOR CAPTAIN H.H. ROSENGRANTZ, 33RD ILL. INF.

Black memorial card shows gold gilt lettering and images. Tribute reads, “IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF CAPT. H.H. ROSENGRANTZ, CO. D, 33d ILL. INF. DIED MAY 3, 1892. AGED 54 YRS.” Below this is a… (1054-1276). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED 9TH PLATE TINTYPE OF A GETTYSBURG RESIDENT SERVING AS AN OFFICER IN THE UNION ARMY - POSED WITH A COMPANION THAT APPEARS TO BE BLIND

IDENTIFIED 9TH PLATE TINTYPE OF A GETTYSBURG RESIDENT SERVING AS AN OFFICER IN THE UNION ARMY - POSED WITH A COMPANION THAT APPEARS TO BE BLIND

Image shows Lieutenant James Lashell of the 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry seated next to and supporting a possibly blind companion. Lashell is seated at right and wears a dark kepi with crossed sabers on… (945-253). Learn More »

IMPORTANT 1863 SURGEON’S LETTER OF DISABILITY FOR COL. CHARLES T. COLLIS, 114TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

IMPORTANT 1863 SURGEON’S LETTER OF DISABILITY FOR COL. CHARLES T. COLLIS, 114TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

8x10”, ADS, in ink. Excellent condition, fold lines. This letter sidelined Collis for the Battle of Gettysburg! Collis was born in Ireland in 1838. Awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for… (1054-2233). Learn More »

$225.00
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ORIGINAL OIL PAINTING BY MICHAEL GNATEK – THOMAS “STONEWALL” JACKSON

Mr. Gnatek received his art training at Yale University and in the Marine Corps, where he was a combat artist and portraitist for the weekly Sunset Parade at Washington's Marine Barracks. He worked in advertising for many years, first with department… (10-1967). Learn More »

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