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FRAMED ESCUTCHEON FOR SOLDIER IN THE 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

FRAMED ESCUTCHEON FOR SOLDIER IN THE 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

At top center is a large, full color, spread winged eagle sitting on a fascine. His head is turned to the right and in his beak, he holds a ribbon that reads “E PLURIBUS UNUM.” In his right claw… (945-366). Learn More »

FRAMED ESCUTCHEON FOR OFFICER IN THE 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

FRAMED ESCUTCHEON FOR OFFICER IN THE 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

At top center is a large, full color, spread winged eagle sitting on a fascine. His head is turned to the right and in his beak, he holds a ribbon that reads “E PLURIBUS UNUM.” In his right claw… (945-367). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED 1/6 PLATE TINTYPE OF UNION SOLDIER

IDENTIFIED 1/6 PLATE TINTYPE OF UNION SOLDIER

This photograph was part of a collection of images of men from Company G, 1st Massachusetts Heavy Artillery. The regiment was originally raised as the 14th Massachusetts Infantry on July 5, 1861. In… (846-127). Learn More »

$405.00
Originally $450.00

FRAMED SILK CAVALRY GUIDON WITH INTERESTING VERBAL HISTORY

FRAMED SILK CAVALRY GUIDON WITH INTERESTING VERBAL HISTORY

The guidon is housed in a modern gold wood frame that meas. approx. 46.50 X 24.25 inches The guidon is laid against a cream backing that really allows the guidon to stand out. Overall about 65% to 70%… (846-105). Learn More »

$4,900.00
Originally $5,900.00

CONFEDERATE ALTERED MISSISSIPPI RIFLE ID’D TO MEMBER OF 62ND VIRGINIA MOUNTED INFANTRY

CONFEDERATE ALTERED MISSISSIPPI RIFLE ID’D TO MEMBER OF 62ND VIRGINIA MOUNTED INFANTRY

At the beginning of the American Civil War nearly 20,000 US M-1841 “Mississippi” rifles were in the arsenals within the states that had seceded to form the Confederacy. (see Murphy & Madaus… (88-43). Learn More »

$3,500.00
ON HOLD

CDV PORTRAIT OF MAJOR GENERAL STEPHEN A. HURLBURT 16th ARMY CORPS

CDV PORTRAIT OF MAJOR GENERAL STEPHEN A. HURLBURT 16th ARMY CORPS

Hurlbut was born in Charleston, SC, in 1815 and lived there for thirty years, being admitted to the bar and even serving in the South Carolina militia. He moved to Illinois in 1845, becoming involved… (766-1163). Learn More »

CDV OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL JOHN BELL HOOD BY ANTHONY

CDV OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL JOHN BELL HOOD BY ANTHONY

Northerners were just as anxious as southerners to know what Confederate generals looked like, and were perhaps better able to do so from widespread commercial photography. This is a nice, clear Civil… (766-1160). Learn More »

CDV OF GRANT AS MAJOR GENERAL

CDV OF GRANT AS MAJOR GENERAL

Grant’s victories at Forts Henry and Donelson in February 1862 provided some much needed good news for the Union cause and created a national market for images of the new hero. Commercial… (766-1164). Learn More »

AMES MODEL 1840 GENERAL OR STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO CAPTAIN, LATER GENERAL, ROBERT COWDIN FEBRUARY 22, 1848

AMES MODEL 1840 GENERAL OR STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO CAPTAIN, LATER GENERAL, ROBERT COWDIN FEBRUARY 22, 1848

This high-grade Ames sword displays a nice combination of history art. It shows some non-regulation elements that are not uncommon on militia swords, but generally follows the lines of the 1840… (870-345). Learn More »

BY-LAWS OF THE JEFFERSON GUARDS, 55th REGIMENT, VIRGINIA MILITIA,  A WAR SOUVENIR OF GEORGE W. MOWERS 21st PA CAVALRY

BY-LAWS OF THE JEFFERSON GUARDS, 55th REGIMENT, VIRGINIA MILITIA, A WAR SOUVENIR OF GEORGE W. MOWERS 21st PA CAVALRY

Mowers enlisted for six months in the 21st PA Cavalry about a week after the Battle of Gettysburg, which ravaged his town and the surrounding area. Fayetteville, where he worked in his father’s… (B6277). Learn More »

DISPLAY OF FOUR REMNANTS OF BOTH UNION AND CONFEDERATE CIVIL WAR FLAGS

DISPLAY OF FOUR REMNANTS OF BOTH UNION AND CONFEDERATE CIVIL WAR FLAGS

Excellent condition unframed, matted display is 11" X 14"; at the top is a copy of a depiction of Gen. Armistead and his men at the stone wall at Gettysburg, with flags waving on both sides. Numerous… (M26447). Learn More »

$395.00
ON HOLD

IDENTIFIED CAVALRY PICKET PIN OF GEORGE W. MOWERS, 21st PA CAVALRY

IDENTIFIED CAVALRY PICKET PIN OF GEORGE W. MOWERS, 21st PA CAVALRY

This is a regulation piece of cavalry gear that is seldom found in this good condition. These iron pins permit the trooper to let his horse graze at temporary halts during a march or on campaign. A… (M26510). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 4.52-INCH TWELVE-POUND SPHERICAL SHOT RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG BY GEORGE W. MOWERS

CONFEDERATE 4.52-INCH TWELVE-POUND SPHERICAL SHOT RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG BY GEORGE W. MOWERS

Please check some of our other recent additions from this wonderful collection assembled by Civil War veteran George W. Mowers of nearby Fayetteville. Mowers (1844-1895) spent pretty much his entire… (R23115). Learn More »

CDV MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE GORDON MEADE

CDV MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE GORDON MEADE

Backmark: Wenderoth & Taylor.  Published by McAllister & Bro./ Philadelphia, 1864.  Left profile of bareheaded Gen. Meade wearing frock coat w/Major General shoulder boards. Lightly… (P14123). Learn More »

NICE PHOTO & PERSONAL ITEMS GROUP ID TO 121ST NEW YORK SOLDIER WOUNDED AT SPOTSYLVANIA

NICE PHOTO & PERSONAL ITEMS GROUP ID TO 121ST NEW YORK SOLDIER WOUNDED AT SPOTSYLVANIA

The below listed items all belonged to Sergeant Simeon Smith of Company E, 121st New York Infantry. The first item is a Brooks Patent writing kit in good condition. This roll-up kit is made of a… (1053-34). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED EAGLE BREAST PLATE OF GEORGE W. MOWERS,  Co. K, 87th PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

IDENTIFIED EAGLE BREAST PLATE OF GEORGE W. MOWERS, Co. K, 87th PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

A nicely identified Civil War infantry cartridge box sling plate belonging to Sergeant George W. Mowers, who served in Co. K 87th Pennsylvania from 2/25/65 to 6/26/65. This is the regulation round… (M26507). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE OF GEORGE W. MOWERS,  Co. K, 87th PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

IDENTIFIED CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE OF GEORGE W. MOWERS, Co. K, 87th PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

A nicely identified Civil War infantry cartridge box plate belonging to Sergeant George W. Mowers, who served in Co. K 87th Pennsylvania from 2/25/65 to 6/26/65. This is the regulation oval US plate… (M26508). Learn More »

MAGNIFICENT AND HISTORIC CIVIL WAR PRESENTATION CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER, IDENTIFIED TO CAPTAIN WILLIAM H. POST, 72ND NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS; ONE OF TWO EXAMPLES KNOWN WITH THE OTHER BELONGING TO MAJ. GEN. JUDSON KILPATRICK

MAGNIFICENT AND HISTORIC CIVIL WAR PRESENTATION CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER, IDENTIFIED TO CAPTAIN WILLIAM H. POST, 72ND NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS; ONE OF TWO EXAMPLES KNOWN WITH THE OTHER BELONGING TO MAJ. GEN. JUDSON KILPATRICK

34" curved M1860 style blade mint with etched panels on both sides. The obverse panel features exquisitely hand engraved scroll / floral motifs flanking a beautiful spread wing eagle, while the… (1089-04). Learn More »

FULL STANDING CDV OF THE COMTE DE PARIS

FULL STANDING CDV OF THE COMTE DE PARIS

Very nice clean image of the Comte-De-Paris standing by a barely visible column. He wears a dark frock coat with clear Captain of staff shoulder straps, matching dark trousers and knee-high boots with… (1054-769). Learn More »

CDV BRIGADIER GEN. THOMAS FRANCIS MEAGHER (IRISH BRIGADE)

CDV BRIGADIER GEN. THOMAS FRANCIS MEAGHER (IRISH BRIGADE)

Back-mark: “Published by E. & H.T. Anthony…from Photographic Negative by BRADY.” Standard carte de visite, featuring bare-headed Meagher in full uniform w/kepi in right hand, against studio… (224-490). Learn More »


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RARE TIFFANY & CO. HIGH GRADE MODEL 1860 NAVAL OFFICER’S CUTLASS

Manufactured: New York;  Maker: Tiffany & Co / PDL;  Year: Civil War;  Model: M 1860 Naval Officer Cutlass ; Size: 30.25;  Condition: VG High grade naval officer’s cutlass from Tiffany & Co New York.  It was debated by collectors that… (870-08). Learn More »

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