Identified Accoutrements

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<I>PICKETT AND HIS MEN </I> BY LASALLE CORBELL PICKETT, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR

PICKETT AND HIS MEN BY LASALLE CORBELL PICKETT, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR

Second edition published in 1900. First page is signed, “TO DOCTOR J. GEORGE BECK WITH THE KINDEST REGARDS & BEST WISHES OF THE AUTHOR: LaSALLE CORBELL PICKETT”. Book features two lithographs… (B6114). Learn More »

$225.00
ON HOLD

REVISED REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES, 1861 - ID’D TO LIEUTENANTS ALEXANDER WILSON AND JAMES BROWN, 118TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

REVISED REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES, 1861 - ID’D TO LIEUTENANTS ALEXANDER WILSON AND JAMES BROWN, 118TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

Published by J G. L. Brown, Printer, Philadelphia, 1861. 559 pp. In blue, blind-stamped buckram, with gilt spine lettering. Owner signatures inscribed on upper title page: [above, in ink] “Lieut… (344-2039). Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

CIVIL WAR / G.A.R. GROUP FROM SERGEANT IN 203RD PA. INFANTRY – WOUNDED AT FORT FISHER

CIVIL WAR / G.A.R. GROUP FROM SERGEANT IN 203RD PA. INFANTRY – WOUNDED AT FORT FISHER

This extensive group includes a mix of Civil War and Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) memorabilia, all acquired together in a very old “Libby’s Food Products” box.  The items identified by… (915-01). Learn More »

WONDERFUL IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE WOOD DRUM CANTEEN WITH ITS RARE LEATHER SLING – 1ST ALABAMA INFANTRY

WONDERFUL IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE WOOD DRUM CANTEEN WITH ITS RARE LEATHER SLING – 1ST ALABAMA INFANTRY

Here is one of the most pleasing and handsome examples of an identified Confederate wooden drum canteen to surface in a while. This specimen is identified to Corporal Hardin S. Payne (also listed as… (526-76). Learn More »

$3,750.00
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FANTASTIC FRAMED COLLECTION OF ARTIFACTS IDENTIFIED TO TWO BROTHERS WHO SERVED IN THE 16TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

FANTASTIC FRAMED COLLECTION OF ARTIFACTS IDENTIFIED TO TWO BROTHERS WHO SERVED IN THE 16TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

The shadow box frame with fancy gold gilt border measures 30” x 26”. The items inside are wired or tacked to the box portion of the frame. Private/Corporal William Lyman of Co. K, 16th… (M23736). Learn More »

$4,000.00
Originally $4,500.00

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA POWDER HORN ID’D TO ALEXANDER RHOADES, 46th PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA POWDER HORN ID’D TO ALEXANDER RHOADES, 46th PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

This powder horn was purchased at a sale in 1947 from John Rhoades, who documented that this belonged to his father, Alexander Rhoades, who carried it in the Civil War. Alexander Rhoades was a… (377-13). Learn More »

GROUP OF ITEMS ID’D TO AN OFFICER IN ONE OF THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER REGIMENTS IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, THE 124TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS

GROUP OF ITEMS ID’D TO AN OFFICER IN ONE OF THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER REGIMENTS IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, THE 124TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS

The items here presented belonged to John B. Stanbrough of the 124th New York Infantry also known as "The Orange Blossoms." They are well known for the stand they made here at the top of the… (480-132). Learn More »

$7,500.00
Originally $8,500.00

IDENTIFIED GROUP FROM SOLDIER IN 3RD NY LIGHT & 9TH NY HEAVY ARTILLERY

IDENTIFIED GROUP FROM SOLDIER IN 3RD NY LIGHT & 9TH NY HEAVY ARTILLERY

This group contains accoutrements and personal effects of Private William H. Rinehart who served in the 3rd New York Light Artillery and then the 9th New York Heavy Artillery.  Rinehart first… (355-18). Learn More »

COIN SILVER SPURS & CDV, ID’D TO JOHN COOPER, JR.

COIN SILVER SPURS & CDV, ID’D TO JOHN COOPER, JR.

Spurs are American coin silver. Both are engraved with, “J. COOPER JR.” on the exterior and interior.  Both are maker marked, “D C” on the inside and “S H” on the top (likely for Stephen… (30-1982). 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 »

1862 ALMANAC ID’D TO 20TH MASSACHUSETTS OFFICER

1862 ALMANAC ID’D TO 20TH MASSACHUSETTS OFFICER

Paper bound booklet meas. approx. 5.25 x 7.50 inches and titled “THE TRIBUNE ALMANAC AND POLITICAL REGISTER FOR 1862” Yellow paper cover has edge wear and scuff marks. Boldly written in period ink… (890-08). Learn More »

NICE ORIGINAL 1903 COPY OF THE HISTORY OF THE 1ST MAINE HEAVY ARTILLERY

NICE ORIGINAL 1903 COPY OF THE HISTORY OF THE 1ST MAINE HEAVY ARTILLERY

The full title of this volume is “THE FIRST MAINE HEAVY ARTILLERY 1861-1865: A HISTORY OF ITS PART AND PLACE IN THE WAR FOR THE UNION, WITH AN OUTLINE OF CAUSES OF WAR AND ITS RESULTS TO OUR… (829-02). 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 »

FANTASTIC CHARCOAL DRAWING OF 14TH BROOKLYN SERGEANT KILLED AT 1ST BULL RUN

FANTASTIC CHARCOAL DRAWING OF 14TH BROOKLYN SERGEANT KILLED AT 1ST BULL RUN

This charcoal drawing is of Sergeant Frank F. Head of Company C, 84th New York Infantry also known as the 14th Brooklyn Militia. The drawing is still housed in the original tiger stripped wood frame.… (413-24). Learn More »

EXCELLENT PAIR OF SERGEANT'S CHEVRONS FROM A GROUPING OF PERSONAL EFFECTS IDENTIFIED TO MAJOR JAMES A. RANEY, 36TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

EXCELLENT PAIR OF SERGEANT'S CHEVRONS FROM A GROUPING OF PERSONAL EFFECTS IDENTIFIED TO MAJOR JAMES A. RANEY, 36TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

Major Raney served throughout the Mexican War as a member of the 10th US Infantry, and enlisted as a Captain in Co. B of the 36th NY on July 15, 1861, while apparently remaining active in local… (M21893). Learn More »

$1,000.00
Originally $1,250.00
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IDENTIFIED WOODEN BOOT JACK FOUND AT GETTYSBURG -  GEISELMAN COLLECTION

IDENTIFIED WOODEN BOOT JACK FOUND AT GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is interesting and unusual: a homemade wooden bootjack with hand engraved unit identification. With provenance to the Dr. Hill Collection, it was recovered soon after the battle at an… (R10847). Learn More »

$795.00
Originally $1,250.00

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 »

CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN WITH COVER ID’D TO 4TH NORTH CAROLINA

CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN WITH COVER ID’D TO 4TH NORTH CAROLINA

Unique Confederate tin drum canteen in that it has a linsey-woolsey cover with “T.S. 4TH N.C.” embroidered on its face in red thread. This exact canteen appeared on page 76 of Steve Sylvia and… (217-224). Learn More »

$5,500.00
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LEATHER CANTEL PATENT CANTEEN ID’D TO 12TH NEW HAMPSHIRE SOLDIER

LEATHER CANTEL PATENT CANTEEN ID’D TO 12TH NEW HAMPSHIRE SOLDIER

This black leather canteen was the design of Lazare Cantel who was given a patent for it on October 14, 1862. The body consists of two pieces of heavy molded leather held together with copper rivets… (217-202). Learn More »

DOUBLE SPOUT CANTEEN & RATION CAN ISSUED TO 1ST CONNECTICUT INFANTRY

DOUBLE SPOUT CANTEEN & RATION CAN ISSUED TO 1ST CONNECTICUT INFANTRY

This type of non-regulation canteen/ration can is known to have been issued to members of the 1st Connecticut Infantry which served for three months and took part in the 1st Battle of Bull Run. The… (217-210). Learn More »


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MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 114TH PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER

This Model 1850 Foot Officer’s sword is identified to Lieutenant Almyne H. G. Richardson of Company K, 114th Pennsylvania Infantry. The sword is in overall excellent untouched condition. The blade is bright with only very light mottling scattered… (37-289). Learn More »

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