Identified Accoutrements

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BRIGADIER GENERAL SHOULDER STRAPS OF GEN. JOHN RAMSEY, WOUNDED AT CHANCELLORSVILLE, THE ROSE WOODS AT GETTYSBURG, AND AT PETERSBURG

BRIGADIER GENERAL SHOULDER STRAPS OF GEN. JOHN RAMSEY, WOUNDED AT CHANCELLORSVILLE, THE ROSE WOODS AT GETTYSBURG, AND AT PETERSBURG

John Ramsey was a fighting officer. Commissioned first on 5/1/61 at age 24 as Captain of Co. G, 2nd NJ Militia, also known at the 18th NJ, a three-month regiment, he served at Washington and… (142-63). Learn More »

OFFICER’S BELT RIG AND SASH ATTRIBUTED TO 2ND WEST VIRGINIA CAVALRY LIEUTENANT

OFFICER’S BELT RIG AND SASH ATTRIBUTED TO 2ND WEST VIRGINIA CAVALRY LIEUTENANT

This belt with accoutrements attached and the sash came together and are attributed to Lieutenant John D. Barber of the 2nd West Virginia Cavalry who was killed in action at Winchester on July 24,… (M26301). Learn More »

US M1858 CANTEEN, NEW YORK DEPOT

US M1858 CANTEEN, NEW YORK DEPOT

Canteen is complete in all respects, w/brown wool cover, linen sling, chain and cork ring spout cap (side cap chain indicates of New York Depot origin). It is also in near-fine condition in all… (1071-06). Learn More »

MODEL 1858 BULLSEYE CANTEEN WITH COVER AND SLING

MODEL 1858 BULLSEYE CANTEEN WITH COVER AND SLING

The model 1858 canteen was the most popular canteen of the Civil War period. Canteen measures approximately 7 ¾” in diameter. It is covered in brown wool. The cover is complete and in fair… (M26296). Learn More »

MODEL 1858 BULLSEYE CANTEEN WITH COVER AND SLING

MODEL 1858 BULLSEYE CANTEEN WITH COVER AND SLING

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 »

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 »

MAGNIFICENT SET OF SILVER GAMECOCK HEAD SPURS PRESENTED BY THE OFFICERS OF THE FIRST DELAWARE TO MAJOR GENERAL W.H. FRENCH

MAGNIFICENT SET OF SILVER GAMECOCK HEAD SPURS PRESENTED BY THE OFFICERS OF THE FIRST DELAWARE TO MAJOR GENERAL W.H. FRENCH

Unique in our experience, these impressive silver spurs are cast and chased in the form of a fighting rooster or gamecock. Intricately worked feathers spread back on the sidebars from the neck of each… (766-1029). 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

DAN SICKLES’ OWN COPY OF THE 1858 NEW YORK STATE MILITIA REGULATIONS

DAN SICKLES’ OWN COPY OF THE 1858 NEW YORK STATE MILITIA REGULATIONS

These are the official regulations for the state’s forces on the eve of the Civil War and were owned by one of the most famous or infamous Gettysburg commanders. Nicely bound in marbled covers… (998-969). Learn More »

$2,750.00
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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 »

AN EPITOME OF PRACTICAL SURGERY FOR FIELD AND HOSPITAL - ID’D TO ASST. SURGEON JOHN C. JORDAN, 1st NORTH CAROLINA JUNIOR RESERVES INFANTRY

AN EPITOME OF PRACTICAL SURGERY FOR FIELD AND HOSPITAL - ID’D TO ASST. SURGEON JOHN C. JORDAN, 1st NORTH CAROLINA JUNIOR RESERVES INFANTRY

By Edward D. Warren, M.D., Surgeon General of the State of North Carolina. Published by West & Johnson, Richmond, VA, 1863 Owner inscription, in ink, front eps—“J.C. Jordan/Jany 30th 1864.… (1000-1649). Learn More »

A MANUAL OF MILITARY SURGERY, FOR USE OF SURGEONS IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY—ID’D TO ASST. SURGEON HENRY B. SCOTT, FIELD & STAFF, 41ST VIRGINIA MILITIA INFANTRY

A MANUAL OF MILITARY SURGERY, FOR USE OF SURGEONS IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY—ID’D TO ASST. SURGEON HENRY B. SCOTT, FIELD & STAFF, 41ST VIRGINIA MILITIA INFANTRY

By J. Julian Chisholm, M.D. Published by West & Johnson, Richmond, VA, 1862. 2nd edition, Revised and Improved. Owner Title page inscription, in pencil—“Henry Scott MD, Asst. Surg. P.A.C.S.”… (1000-1653). Learn More »

SKETCH BY ALEXANDER C. MEINUNG, 26TH NORTH CAROLINA

SKETCH BY ALEXANDER C. MEINUNG, 26TH NORTH CAROLINA

Alexander C. Meinung was a Moravian musician who served with the field band of the 26th North Carolina Infantry throughout the Civil War. He was captured on April 5, 1865 during the evacuation of… (963-02). Learn More »

SILVER CONFEDERATE ID BADGE RECOVERED NEAR FALLING WATERS - GETTYSBURG POW

SILVER CONFEDERATE ID BADGE RECOVERED NEAR FALLING WATERS - GETTYSBURG POW

This silver badge is crescent shaped and meas. approx. 1.00 inch long. It is engraved around the edges with a linear decoration and engraved on its face is “SKIDS.” Reverse has the remains of a… (M25595). Learn More »

PAIR OF PRESENTATION DRUM STICKS AND CDV -  JESSIE MILLS, 13TH BROOKLYN (51ST NEW YORK INFANTRY)

PAIR OF PRESENTATION DRUM STICKS AND CDV - JESSIE MILLS, 13TH BROOKLYN (51ST NEW YORK INFANTRY)

Drum sticks are accompanied by a CDV of Mills, original newspaper article from the Newbern Progess dated June 14, 1862 regarding the presentation, and a lot of documents including GAR certificates for… (344-2722). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED, 91st PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY SOLDIER’S TEN PIECE GROUPING

IDENTIFIED, 91st PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY SOLDIER’S TEN PIECE GROUPING

A fine grouping of original Civil War uniform items along with personal artifacts that belonged to 1st Lieutenant William Letourneau, an infantryman from Company G, 91st Pennsylvania Volunteer… (465-184). Learn More »


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1898 VARINA JEFFERSON DAVIS ALS ON THE DEATH OF HER DAUGHTER

2 pp., in ink on mourning paper, to a committee consisting of Mrs. J. Pinckney Smith, Chairwoman; Mrs. Edgar Farrar; Mrs. S.R. Mallory; Miss Olivia Freret; and Mrs. Cora L. Richardson, Corresponding Secretary.   Excellent overall condition;  fold… (337-231). Learn More »

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