Identified Accoutrements

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WEST VIRGINIA DISCHARGE MEDAL IDENTIFIED TO AN OFFICER WHO SERVED IN THREE REGIMENTS

WEST VIRGINIA DISCHARGE MEDAL IDENTIFIED TO AN OFFICER WHO SERVED IN THREE REGIMENTS

The medal consists of a top bar that is made up of an arched scroll that reads “HONORABLY DISCHARGED” above the intertwined letters “WV.” Suspended by a single link is a circular drop that… (M26499). Learn More »

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 »

POWDER HORN FROM CHARLES E. DEARING 16th MAINE

POWDER HORN FROM CHARLES E. DEARING 16th MAINE

We recently acquired the effects of Charles E. Dearing (1838-1930,) who served in the 16th Maine during the Civil War. This powder horn was among his papers, relics, and mementos and is in excellent… (766-1103). Learn More »

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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 »

VERY SCARCE IDENTIFIED INFANTRY QUARTERMASTER SERGEANT CHEVRONS OF CHARLES E. DEARING 16th MAINE

VERY SCARCE IDENTIFIED INFANTRY QUARTERMASTER SERGEANT CHEVRONS OF CHARLES E. DEARING 16th MAINE

Quartermaster sergeants were members of a regiment’s noncommissioned staff and aided the Quartermaster in the acquisition and distribution of equipment and other regimental property (other than food… (766-1091). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE PUBLISHED POCKET TESTAMENT BY THE CONFEDERATE STATES BIBLE SOCIETY, AUGUSTA GA, PRINTED IN ATLANTA 1862 – PICKED UP BY CHARLES DEARING, 16TH MAINE

RARE CONFEDERATE PUBLISHED POCKET TESTAMENT BY THE CONFEDERATE STATES BIBLE SOCIETY, AUGUSTA GA, PRINTED IN ATLANTA 1862 – PICKED UP BY CHARLES DEARING, 16TH MAINE

Measuring 3.25 by 5 inches, this is an extremely scarce Confederate pocket testament printed by “Wood, Hanleiter Rice & Co.” in Atlanta in 1862 for the “Confederate States Bible Society /… (766-1100). Learn More »

RARE WARTIME CLOTH THIRD DIVISION FIFTH CORPS BADGE OF C.E. DEARING 16th MAINE

RARE WARTIME CLOTH THIRD DIVISION FIFTH CORPS BADGE OF C.E. DEARING 16th MAINE

Cloth corps badges are a minefield for the collector. There is little to go on with a badge that has no provenance and the market is flooded with fakes, impositions, and the occasional G.A.R. badge… (766-1094). Learn More »

PAIR OF EMBROIDERED CAVALRY HAT INSIGNIA FOR 7TH MISSOURI CAVALRY CAPTAIN

PAIR OF EMBROIDERED CAVALRY HAT INSIGNIA FOR 7TH MISSOURI CAVALRY CAPTAIN

The first item is a black felt oval that meas. approx. 4.50 inches long x 2.50 inches wide and is outlined with a single border of gold dead bullion. Felt is in excellent condition. At center of the… (766-1058). Learn More »

“MY OLD CANTEEN” CANTEEN OF G. W. MOWERS, 21st PA CAV. & 87th PA INF., PAINT-DECORATED IN 1890, ON HIS 1865 LIST OF GEAR, WITH DISCHARGE & REUNION PAMPHLET

“MY OLD CANTEEN” CANTEEN OF G. W. MOWERS, 21st PA CAV. & 87th PA INF., PAINT-DECORATED IN 1890, ON HIS 1865 LIST OF GEAR, WITH DISCHARGE & REUNION PAMPHLET

This canteen and documents come from the family of George W. Mowers of Fayetteville, PA. Mowers served in the 21st PA Cavalry from July 1863 to February 1864, and in the 87th PA Infantry from February… (M26506). Learn More »

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 »

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 »

COPY OF VOL. 1 OF CASEY’S INFANTRY TACTICS PICKED UP FROM THE GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD, ID’D TO CAPT. SOLOMON T. ALLEN, 14TH VERMONT INFANTRY, STANNARD’S BRIGADE

COPY OF VOL. 1 OF CASEY’S INFANTRY TACTICS PICKED UP FROM THE GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD, ID’D TO CAPT. SOLOMON T. ALLEN, 14TH VERMONT INFANTRY, STANNARD’S BRIGADE

CASEY’S INFANTRY TACTICS, Vol. 1, Published by D. Van Nostrand, New York, 1992. Front endpaper owner inscription: Solomon T. Allen/ Book/ Capt. Co. I 14th Vt. Regt/ V.V. M.” (In ink, faded but… (1054-1087). Learn More »

EXCELLENT IDENTIFIED GROUPING BELONGING TO CAPTAIN JOHN BOOTH, 103RD OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

EXCELLENT IDENTIFIED GROUPING BELONGING TO CAPTAIN JOHN BOOTH, 103RD OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

Excellent officer’s grouping of Captain John Booth, 103rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry (OVI) and his wife Sarah Booth.  This grouping consists of framed pictures, personal effects and military… (M26290). Learn More »

MILITIA RIFLE COMPANY STORAGE CHEST ABOUT 1825-1845

MILITIA RIFLE COMPANY STORAGE CHEST ABOUT 1825-1845

A very scarce U.S. militia rifle company’s storage chest. This measures 31.75 inches wide, 17 inches deep and stands 12.5 inches tall. It has excellent original period forest green paint with… (30-2147). Learn More »

1852 MANUAL OF BAYONET EXERCISE BY GEORGE McCLELLAN IDENTIFIED TO 20TH NEW YORK STATE MILITIA / 80TH NEW YORK SOLDIER WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG

1852 MANUAL OF BAYONET EXERCISE BY GEORGE McCLELLAN IDENTIFIED TO 20TH NEW YORK STATE MILITIA / 80TH NEW YORK SOLDIER WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG

This volume was written by George B. McClellan, and was printed by order of the War Department for use of the United States Army. It is a first edition that was published in Philadelphia in 1852. At… (B4915). Learn More »

$895.00
Originally $995.00

IDENTIFIED US BASE DRUM WITH MINNESOTA CONNECTION

IDENTIFIED US BASE DRUM WITH MINNESOTA CONNECTION

Bass drum has a maple wood shell in very good condition. The wood surface shows light wear and is free of cracks and chips. It meas. approx. 19.00 inches tall by 26.50 inches across the heads. Painted… (996-01). Learn More »

$1,600.00
Originally $2,000.00

PAIR OF SMITH PATENT 1ST LIEUTENANT SHOULDER STRAPS ATTRIBUTED TO 147TH PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER

PAIR OF SMITH PATENT 1ST LIEUTENANT SHOULDER STRAPS ATTRIBUTED TO 147TH PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER

Straps have the usual convex stamped brass false embroidered single border. The surfaces of each have a nice patina. The blue wool rank field has faded to a purple color. One strap has a fair amount… (33-347). Learn More »

FANTASTIC NAMED CONFEDERATE COTTON BELT - PUBLISHED IN BOOK ON CIVIL WAR RELICS

FANTASTIC NAMED CONFEDERATE COTTON BELT - PUBLISHED IN BOOK ON CIVIL WAR RELICS

This unique Confederate belt was published on page 228 of “THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF AMERICAN CIVIL WAR RELICS” by Stephen W. Sylvia and Michael J. O’Donnell in 1978. It was originally part of… (33-244). Learn More »

REGULATIONS OF THE ARMY OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES, 1862—ID’D TO LIEUT. EDWIN FESTUS COWHERD, 13TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY

REGULATIONS OF THE ARMY OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES, 1862—ID’D TO LIEUT. EDWIN FESTUS COWHERD, 13TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY

Published by direction of the President—MacFarlane & Ferguson, Printers, Richmond, VA, 1862.  Front eps owner inscription, in pencil—“Lieut. E. F. Cowherd, Adjt. 13th Regt Va. Vols.” 420… (1000-1626). Learn More »


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WONDERFUL CONDITION ORIGINAL CONFEDERATE-MANUFACTURED KEPI FOR A DRUMMER BOY OR CHILD

This article of uniform clothing is an original, Civil War example of headgear manufactured in the Confederacy and presented here in wonderful, original intact condition. The period artifact is a small, dark blue colored, wool kepi, suited for a… (526-68). Learn More »

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