Identified Accoutrements

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IDENTIFIED SWORD BELT OF SERGEANT SOLOMON ASHLINE 118th NEW YORK, CAPTURED AT SECOND FAIR OAKS 1864

IDENTIFIED SWORD BELT OF SERGEANT SOLOMON ASHLINE 118th NEW YORK, CAPTURED AT SECOND FAIR OAKS 1864

This regulation buff leather sword belt is near mint condition. The leather is supple and has a nice overall brown tone that is common in black buff accoutrements, which oxidized quickly from iron in… (172-5551). Learn More »

CSA RECTANGULAR PLATE ON BELT WITH WORLD-CLASS NOTE, TAKEN FROM THE BODY OF A DEAD CONFEDERATE AT PETERSBURG

CSA RECTANGULAR PLATE ON BELT WITH WORLD-CLASS NOTE, TAKEN FROM THE BODY OF A DEAD CONFEDERATE AT PETERSBURG

This rectangular C.S.A. belt plate on its belt was brought back, or sent home, from the war by a member of the 118th New York and includes a superb, if somewhat grim, account of its recovery on the… (1106-02). Learn More »

$8,500.00
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IDENTIFIED GROUPING OF ARTIFACTS BELONGING TO PRIVATE JABEZ B. OLES 144th NY INFANTRY AND 1st NY ENGINEERS

IDENTIFIED GROUPING OF ARTIFACTS BELONGING TO PRIVATE JABEZ B. OLES 144th NY INFANTRY AND 1st NY ENGINEERS

This grouping comes from a respected central New York collection with an identification that is verbal, but trustworthy and includes the soldier’s regulation issue canteen with his initials… (480-178). Learn More »

FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY SERVICE MEDALLION FOR THOMAS THORNE 9th NYSM, 83rd NY VOLUNTEERS, PRIVATE, LIEUTENANT, AND CAPTAIN - WIA ANTIETAM AND GETTYSBURG!

FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY SERVICE MEDALLION FOR THOMAS THORNE 9th NYSM, 83rd NY VOLUNTEERS, PRIVATE, LIEUTENANT, AND CAPTAIN - WIA ANTIETAM AND GETTYSBURG!

The obverse has prominent Maltese Cross, the badge of the 5th Corps in the center, which is superimposed on a disk, indicating its prior service in the 1st Army Corps, which was dissolved in March… (1054-2466). Learn More »

UNION VETERAN’S UNION LAPEL STUD, ISAAC DYER ESTATE, COLONEL 15th MAINE

UNION VETERAN’S UNION LAPEL STUD, ISAAC DYER ESTATE, COLONEL 15th MAINE

Dyer was a member of several veterans’ organizations. The Union Veterans Union was formed in 1886 by Union veterans who thought they could be better represented at the local level than by the large… (1097-65). Learn More »

$8.00
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15th MAINE VETERAN’S RIBBON, ISAAC DYER ESTATE, COLONEL 15th MAINE

15th MAINE VETERAN’S RIBBON, ISAAC DYER ESTATE, COLONEL 15th MAINE

A nice regimental veterans association reunion ribbon. White silk with a prominent red 19th Corps, First Division, badge at top and “15th Me. Veteran Association” in black below that. Simple… (1097-64). Learn More »

$60.00
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1893 INDIANAPOLIS G.A.R. NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT BADGE,  ISAAC DYER ESTATE, COLONEL 15th MAINE

1893 INDIANAPOLIS G.A.R. NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT BADGE, ISAAC DYER ESTATE, COLONEL 15th MAINE

Bronze upper bar with scrolled upper edge, Indiana state seal at center, “SEPT. 1893” to either side, “Indianapolis” at bottom. Buff ribbon with G.A.R. in red, white and blue. Lower bar with… (1097-63). Learn More »

$75.00
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SONS OF UNION VETERAN’S BADGE, ISAAC DYER ESTATE, COLONEL 15th MAINE

SONS OF UNION VETERAN’S BADGE, ISAAC DYER ESTATE, COLONEL 15th MAINE

A nice example of the Sons of Veterans badge. Bronze patina pin and badge with wreath and crossed cannon surmounted by an eagle with raised wings. Very good condition. Good color to the red, white and… (1097-61). Learn More »

$20.00
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MAINE DEPARTMENT G.A.R. BADGE

MAINE DEPARTMENT G.A.R. BADGE

The bronze bar at top reads “Maine” and the Maine state seal appear on the planchet. The ribbon is a deep crimson, red being the color for ribbons of department badges, with a gold GAR monogram at… (1097-62). Learn More »

$45.00
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1906 MINNEAPOLIS G.A.R. NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT MEDAL

1906 MINNEAPOLIS G.A.R. NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT MEDAL

A very pretty G.A.R. medal for the 1906 National Encampment in Minneapolis. Orange ribbon with bronze pin at top bearing the GAR eagle with crossed cannon and ribbons reading “National Encampment… (1097-60). Learn More »

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… (2020-712). Learn More »

VERY NICE G.A.R. 1904 NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT REPRESENTATIVE’S MEDAL

VERY NICE G.A.R. 1904 NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT REPRESENTATIVE’S MEDAL

A very pretty example of the G.A.R. National Encampment Representative’s badge for the 38th annual encampment in Boston 1904. A three-piece medal in gilt brass and red, white and blue enamel. Top… (1097-59). Learn More »

1904 G.A.R. NATIONAL STAFF BADGE, COL. AND BREV. BRIG. GEN. DYER ESTATE

1904 G.A.R. NATIONAL STAFF BADGE, COL. AND BREV. BRIG. GEN. DYER ESTATE

A very nice bronze-toned badge for a member of the National Staff at the 1904 G.A.R. National Encampment in Boston. Top bar reads “Boston” in a scroll at top, “Aug. 1904” on either side of the… (1097-55). Learn More »

NATIONAL G.A.R. OFFICER’S BADGE, COL. DYER ESTATE, 15th MAINE

NATIONAL G.A.R. OFFICER’S BADGE, COL. DYER ESTATE, 15th MAINE

The buff borders of the ribbon indicate a national officer and the position of the shoulder strap with eagle at the top of the ribbon indicates it is a currently held office. Excellent condition with… (1097-54). Learn More »

PAST G.A.R. DEPARTMENT COMMANDER BADGE, COL. DYER ESTATE, 15th MAINE

PAST G.A.R. DEPARTMENT COMMANDER BADGE, COL. DYER ESTATE, 15th MAINE

This G.A.R. badge has the red border of a Department officer with a shoulder strap bearing two silver stars, indicating a Department Commander, with the strap positioned half-way down the ribbon,… (1097-53). Learn More »

MODEL 1858 BULLSEYE CANTEEN WITH COVER AND SLING W/TAG ID'D TO PRIVATE IN 6TH PA HEAVY ARTILLERY

MODEL 1858 BULLSEYE CANTEEN WITH COVER AND SLING W/TAG ID'D TO PRIVATE IN 6TH PA HEAVY ARTILLERY

Original Civil War Model 1858 corrugated-pattern tin canteen, often called the “Bullseye” pattern. The body consists of two circular sections of pressed-tin soldered together at the rim. The… (1054-1471). Learn More »

NEW TESTAMENT IDENTIFIED TO 47TH INDIANA SOLDIER MORTALLY WOUNDED AT CHAMPION HILL

NEW TESTAMENT IDENTIFIED TO 47TH INDIANA SOLDIER MORTALLY WOUNDED AT CHAMPION HILL

Small pocket testament published by the American Bible Society in 1861. Measures approximately 3” x 4 ¾”. Well-worn covers and broken spine. Front cover is separate. Old cellophane tape was used… (846-152). Learn More »

C.S IMPRINTED BIBLE PRESENT TO 17TH ALABAMA SOLDIER BY CHAPLAIN WHO WAS INVOLVED IN GEN. POLK’S FUNERAL

C.S IMPRINTED BIBLE PRESENT TO 17TH ALABAMA SOLDIER BY CHAPLAIN WHO WAS INVOLVED IN GEN. POLK’S FUNERAL

This pocket bible is a CS imprint presented in June 1864 to a member of the 17th Alabama who was captured at Nashville in December and sent to Camp Douglas as a P.O.W. This was a hard-fighting unit,… (846-153). Learn More »

ARTILLERY TREATISE OWNED, SIGNED, AND WITH NOTATIONS, BY JOHN MERCER BROOKE, INVENTOR OF THE BROOKE RIFLE AND PROJECTILES, DESIGNER OF THE IRONCLAD C.S.S. VIRGINIA

ARTILLERY TREATISE OWNED, SIGNED, AND WITH NOTATIONS, BY JOHN MERCER BROOKE, INVENTOR OF THE BROOKE RIFLE AND PROJECTILES, DESIGNER OF THE IRONCLAD C.S.S. VIRGINIA

This is Volume 1 of an original 1809 first edition of Louis De Tousard’s American Artillerist’s Companion, or Elements of Artillery, given to John Mercer Brooke by William Green of Richmond, Va.,… (846-186). Learn More »

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 »

$1,200.00
Originally $1,600.00
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CAPTURED INSCRIBED COLT POCKET REVOLVER IN A CONFEDERATE HOLSTER

This 5-inch Colt pocket revolver is inscribed on the backstrap, “T. R. MATHEWS CHADWICK LT INF.” Mathews received the revolver shortly before setting out on the Peninsular Campaign in 1862, where he was wounded and captured at Glendale on June… (846-192). Learn More »

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