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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 »

STRANDS OF PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S HAIR

STRANDS OF PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S HAIR

8" X 10", double matted in handsome suede, unframed, highlighted with a copy photo of Lincoln seated, with strands of Lincoln's hair encased. The strands of hair are covered with magnified covers to… (M25284). Learn More »

CANTEEN IDENTIFIED TO 3RD MASSACHUSETTS HEAVY ARTILLERY

CANTEEN IDENTIFIED TO 3RD MASSACHUSETTS HEAVY ARTILLERY

This New York Depot canteen is in nice used condition. The body has the usual scattered dents. The largest is at center of one side and meas. approx. 3.00 x 3.00 inches. Cover is brown wool and is in… (766-804). Learn More »

FRAMED CDV OF GEN. DARIUS NASH COUCH

FRAMED CDV OF GEN. DARIUS NASH COUCH

Offered is a CDV of General Couch sitting in a chair. He is wearing the rank of a brigadier general. The CDV is framed and matted in an 8 inch by 7-inch metal frame. Couch graduated from West Point in… (552-68). 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 »

HOWELL COBB AUTOGRAPH

HOWELL COBB AUTOGRAPH

Clipped signature, in slightly faded brown ink, on paper measuring 1.25 x 3.5.” Clear clan and entirely legible. Howell Cobb was a highly prominent figure in Confederate circles both political and… (913-87). Learn More »

FLAG REMNANT FROM THE 155TH NEW YORK INFANTRY, CORCORAN'S IRISH BRIGADE

FLAG REMNANT FROM THE 155TH NEW YORK INFANTRY, CORCORAN'S IRISH BRIGADE

Attractive, unframed, matted 11” x 14” display accompanied by COA. The flag remnant came from one of the regimental flags used by the 155th New York during the Civil War.  Also featured is a copy… (M25596A). Learn More »

MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 63RD PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER WOUNDED AT FAIR OAKS

MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 63RD PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER WOUNDED AT FAIR OAKS

Good conditioned Model 1850 foot officer’s sword believed to have been made by Sauerbier of Newark, New Jersey. Weapon is complete with the scabbard however the scabbard is in poor… (E2677). Learn More »

CDV 2/3 VIEW JACOB MILLER, 5TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

CDV 2/3 VIEW JACOB MILLER, 5TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

Seated view wearing civilian clothing Overal very nice condition, shows some light foxing / soiling.. BM: Broadbent & Co., Philadelphia. Ink ID on reverse. Accompanied by portion of a photo album… (P12422). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $125.00

FLAG REMNANT FROM THE 155TH NEW YORK INFANTRY, CORCORAN'S IRISH BRIGADE

FLAG REMNANT FROM THE 155TH NEW YORK INFANTRY, CORCORAN'S IRISH BRIGADE

Attractive, unframed, matted 11” x 14” display accompanied by COA. The flag remnant came from one of the regimental flags used by the 155th New York during the Civil War.  Also featured is a copy… (M25596). Learn More »

FLAG REMNANT FROM THE 61ST PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS, ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

FLAG REMNANT FROM THE 61ST PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS, ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

Attractive, unframedmatted 11” x 14” display accompanied by COA. The flag remnant came from one of the Regimental Flags used by the 61st Pennsylvania Volunteers. Also included in this display is a… (M25597). Learn More »

1853 SEATED LIBERTY QUARTER WITH CONFEDERATE INSCRIPTION

1853 SEATED LIBERTY QUARTER WITH CONFEDERATE INSCRIPTION

It is believed that this is an early post-Civil War veteran’s piece and not a wartime badge. The obverse of this silver quarter shows Liberty seated holding a spear with a Liberty cap on the point… (M25582). Learn More »

MOURNING HAIR BROOCH, ID’D AND DATED 1850

MOURNING HAIR BROOCH, ID’D AND DATED 1850

Beautiful black and gold framed brooch has woven hair under the glass. Hair is two different shades, meaning the hair of the one who passed is woven with the hair of the wearer of the brooch. Original… (819-75). Learn More »

EPAULETTES IDENTIFIED TO BRIGADIER GENERAL WILLIAM H. BROWNELL

EPAULETTES IDENTIFIED TO BRIGADIER GENERAL WILLIAM H. BROWNELL

The body of the epaulettes are made of a gold ribbed material that has scattered small stress separations and light surface dirt. The body has a border of thick gold twisted bullion that is flanked on… (128-1053). Learn More »

1862 ADS DIRECTED TO GEN. BURNSIDE, WITH SEVERAL 9TH CORPS RELATED SIGNATURES INCLUDING MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER GEN. ORLANDO B. WILLCOX

1862 ADS DIRECTED TO GEN. BURNSIDE, WITH SEVERAL 9TH CORPS RELATED SIGNATURES INCLUDING MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER GEN. ORLANDO B. WILLCOX

One page letter on 9 ¾” x 7 ¾” lined paper. Dated “Head Quarters 103d N.Y. Vols. / Pleasant Valley Md. October 13, 1862”.  Directed to “Major General Burnside, Commanding 9th Army… (475-204). Learn More »

$375.00
Originally $425.00

M1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO OFFICER IN CHARGE OF DRY TORTUGAS PRISON WHEN LINCOLN CONSPIRATORS WERE HELD THERE

M1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO OFFICER IN CHARGE OF DRY TORTUGAS PRISON WHEN LINCOLN CONSPIRATORS WERE HELD THERE

This original, imported Model 1850 Staff and Field Officer’s sword, complete with original metal scabbard, is a most handsome specimen. This quality steel edged weapon measures a total length of… (173-2624). Learn More »

$3,500.00
Originally $3,950.00

IDENTIFIED SPECIAL MODEL 1861 “L.G. &Y.” CONTRACT RIFLE MUSKET

IDENTIFIED SPECIAL MODEL 1861 “L.G. &Y.” CONTRACT RIFLE MUSKET

This original Civil War longarm is from the family of Samuel G. Seiders of Company E, 158th Pennsylvania Militia. The weapon is a .58 caliber Lamson, Goodnow & Yale contract Special Model 1861 in… (173-2766). Learn More »

$3,400.00
Originally $3,950.00

IDENTIFIED CDV OF 4TH NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY SOLDIER

IDENTIFIED CDV OF 4TH NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY SOLDIER

This image is a Civil War period CDV copy of a tintype. The original tintype included two soldiers and this CDV copy was made to focus on just one of the two. Image shows Willis F. Ward of Company C,… (475-276). Learn More »

$75.00
Originally $85.00

BUST VIEW CDV OF 13TH AND 194TH NEW YORK OFFICER

BUST VIEW CDV OF 13TH AND 194TH NEW YORK OFFICER

This bust view shows William McKinnon in civilian clothes. He is wearing a dark winter coat with a black velvet or fur collar. Attached to his left breast just below the jacket lapel is what appears… (475-180). Learn More »

$45.00
Originally $55.00

SEATED VIEW OF EDWARD C. PIERCE, 3RD MAINE INFANTRY - SIGNALMAN ON LITTLE ROUND TOP AT GETTYSBURG

SEATED VIEW OF EDWARD C. PIERCE, 3RD MAINE INFANTRY - SIGNALMAN ON LITTLE ROUND TOP AT GETTYSBURG

CDV image is a seated view of former Captain Edward Corbin Pierce of the 3rd Maine Infantry. Pierce is wearing a dark civilian suit jacket and vest with light shirt and trousers. Pinned to his right… (921-01). Learn More »


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TIFFANY HIGH GRADE PRESENTATION SWORD TO MAJOR GENERAL HENRY SLOCUM

Henry Slocum was an important Union Civil War General. He graduated from West Point 7th in his class in 1852. He stayed in the Army for several years, serving in the Seminole War in Florida and then saw duty at Fort Moultrie, SC until he resigned his… (344-1728). Learn More »

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