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PHOTO GROUPING & BIBLE ID’D TO LT. COLONEL LEGH WILBUR REID, VMI, 36TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY, 50TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY, 25th VIRGINIA CAVALRY – WOUNDED IN ACTION AT FORT DONELSON, TN IN 1862, AND WOODSTOCK, VA, 1864

PHOTO GROUPING & BIBLE ID’D TO LT. COLONEL LEGH WILBUR REID, VMI, 36TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY, 50TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY, 25th VIRGINIA CAVALRY – WOUNDED IN ACTION AT FORT DONELSON, TN IN 1862, AND WOODSTOCK, VA, 1864

Virginian Legh Wilbur Reid was born in 1833 and attended the Virginia Military Institute, graduating second in the class of 1858. While at VMI Reid dabbled in poetry and penned the following lines,… (P13942). Learn More »

ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, PASSED IN 1861-62, INCLUDES THE CONFEDERATE CONSTITUTION - PRINTED IN RICHMOND – 1862, ID’D TO WILLIAM W. OLD, C.S. STAFF OFFICER

ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, PASSED IN 1861-62, INCLUDES THE CONFEDERATE CONSTITUTION - PRINTED IN RICHMOND – 1862, ID’D TO WILLIAM W. OLD, C.S. STAFF OFFICER

Marbled boards cover this war-era volume that was printed in Richmond by William F. Ritchie in 1862. Book contains four components. First section of book is titled, “PUBLIC OR GENERAL ACTS” and… (337-294). Learn More »

REVISED MILITIA LAW OF VIRGINIA/ 1850, ID’D TO WASHINGTON DEARMONT - 122nd VIRGINIA MILITIA, MOSBY’S RANGERS

REVISED MILITIA LAW OF VIRGINIA/ 1850, ID’D TO WASHINGTON DEARMONT - 122nd VIRGINIA MILITIA, MOSBY’S RANGERS

Printed by Ritchie & Dunnavant, Richmond, 1850. Owner signature, front eps, in ink — “Washington Dearmont.” 80 pp., Forms of Returns. In green wraps, 5.75 x 9”, w/black cover lettering.… (1000-1633). Learn More »

$175.00
ON HOLD

MANUAL OF INSTRUCTIONS FOR VOLUNTEERS AND MILITIA OF THE UNITED STATES ID’D TO CAPTAIN NELSON L. LUTZ, Co. “A”, 27th OHIO INFANTRY

MANUAL OF INSTRUCTIONS FOR VOLUNTEERS AND MILITIA OF THE UNITED STATES ID’D TO CAPTAIN NELSON L. LUTZ, Co. “A”, 27th OHIO INFANTRY

By Major William Gillam, U.S.A. Published by Charles DeSilver, Philadelphia, 1861. Owner name stamped on bottom page edges—“Capt. N. L. Lutz/ USA”.  743 pp., w/forms. In brown blind-stamped… (1000-1656). Learn More »

WRITING DESK WITH SILVER PRESENTATION PLAQUE, ID’D TO THE 15TH PENNSYLVANIA “ANDERSON” CAVALRY REGIMENT

WRITING DESK WITH SILVER PRESENTATION PLAQUE, ID’D TO THE 15TH PENNSYLVANIA “ANDERSON” CAVALRY REGIMENT

This writing desk with its silver engraved plaque is truly an item worthy of any advanced collection or museum. The desk is made of mahogany wood and meas. approx. 17.75 inches long x 10.00 inches… (945-286). Learn More »

HARDEE’S RIFLE & LIGHT INFANTRY TACTICS, VOL. II—ID’D TO EITHER CORPORAL CHARLES D. RATHBONE, CO. “B”, 24TH OHIO INFANTRY, OR TO 1ST LIEUT. CHARLES D. RATHBONE, 177TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

HARDEE’S RIFLE & LIGHT INFANTRY TACTICS, VOL. II—ID’D TO EITHER CORPORAL CHARLES D. RATHBONE, CO. “B”, 24TH OHIO INFANTRY, OR TO 1ST LIEUT. CHARLES D. RATHBONE, 177TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

By Brevet Lieut. Col. J.W. Hardee. J.B. Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1861. Owner signature, front eps, in ink—“Charles D. Rathbone.” 232 pp., fldg. diagrams. In brown buckram, 5.25 x 3.75”,… (1000-1574). Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

NEW YORK GETTYSBURG VETERAN'S MEDAL ID’D TO A PRIVATE IN THE 147TH NEW YORK

NEW YORK GETTYSBURG VETERAN'S MEDAL ID’D TO A PRIVATE IN THE 147TH NEW YORK

Top bar reads “GETTYSBURG VETERAN” with an arch above it that reads “JULY 1-2-3” with the year “1863” between the arch and the bar. Reverse of the bar has an operating pin. Suspended from… (172-5321). Learn More »

REVISED REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES, 1861—ID’D TO CO. “A”, 119TH ILLINOIS INFANTRY

REVISED REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES, 1861—ID’D TO CO. “A”, 119TH ILLINOIS INFANTRY

By Authority of the War Department. Published by George W. Childs, Philadelphia, 1862. Regimental inscription, front eps, in ink—“Co. A. 119th/ Illinois Volunteers.”  559 pp. In blue… (1000-1596). Learn More »

1862 FIELD TACTICS MANUAL IDENTIFIED TO USCT OFFICER

1862 FIELD TACTICS MANUAL IDENTIFIED TO USCT OFFICER

The full title of this little volume is “THE FIELD MANUAL OF THE EVOLUTIONS OF THE LINE, ARRANGED IN A TABULAR FORM, FOR THE USE OF OFFICER’S OF THE U.S. INFANTRY: BEING A SEQUEL TO THE AUTHORIZED… (668-139). Learn More »

$195.00
ON HOLD

A MANUAL OF MILITARY SURGERY, PREPARED FOR…THE CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY—ID’D TO SURGEON J.K. McCLEAN, 61ST VIRGINIA INFANTRY

A MANUAL OF MILITARY SURGERY, PREPARED FOR…THE CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY—ID’D TO SURGEON J.K. McCLEAN, 61ST VIRGINIA INFANTRY

By the order of the Surgeon-General. Published by Ayres & Wade, Richmond, 1863. Owner inscription, front eps, in ink and pencil—“For/ Surgeon 61st VA Regt./ J.K. McLean/ Surg. 61st VA.” 297… (1000-1636). Learn More »

1863 SOLDIER DIARY - CORPORAL SAMUEL HUXHAM, CO. "B", 14TH CONNECTICUT INFANTRY, KILLED IN ACTION AT GETTYSBURG ON JULY 3, 1863

1863 SOLDIER DIARY - CORPORAL SAMUEL HUXHAM, CO. "B", 14TH CONNECTICUT INFANTRY, KILLED IN ACTION AT GETTYSBURG ON JULY 3, 1863

Pocket Diary for 1863. Published Annually for the Trade, New York, 1863. Owner inscription, front eps, in pencil-"Samuel Huxham/ Co. B 14 Regt. C.V./Camped near Falmouth/ Virginia/Feb. 10th 1863."… (846-138). Learn More »

THE ORDNANCE MANUAL FOR OFFICERS OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY—ID’D TO PRIVATE FREDERICK SMITH, CO. “H”, 1ST SOUTH CAROLINA LIGHT ARTILLERY

THE ORDNANCE MANUAL FOR OFFICERS OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY—ID’D TO PRIVATE FREDERICK SMITH, CO. “H”, 1ST SOUTH CAROLINA LIGHT ARTILLERY

Prepared under the direction of Col. J. Gorgas, chief of Ordnance, and Approved By Col. J. Gorgas, Chief of Ordnance & Approved by the Secretary of War.  First edition. Published by Evans &… (1000-1618). Learn More »

GILHAM’S MANUAL FOR VOLUNTEERS AND MILITIA, 1861 – ID’D TO BRIGADIER GENERAL WILLIAM COOPER TALLEY, 1st PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY, SIGNED “ARCHY DICK - CAPT. TALLEY”

GILHAM’S MANUAL FOR VOLUNTEERS AND MILITIA, 1861 – ID’D TO BRIGADIER GENERAL WILLIAM COOPER TALLEY, 1st PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY, SIGNED “ARCHY DICK - CAPT. TALLEY”

First edition of the military instruction manual that was highly utilized by both the Union and Confederate armies. First blank page is signed by Talley while he was a Captain. “Archy Dick” was… (1018-01). Learn More »

ENGRAVED GOLD WATCH FOB FOR 43RD AND 72ND PENNSYLVANIA SURGEON

ENGRAVED GOLD WATCH FOB FOR 43RD AND 72ND PENNSYLVANIA SURGEON

Fob consists of a fine black ribbon folded to a length of approx. 3.50 inches long with a gold adjustment buckle at top and a gold link at bottom for suspending a pocket watch. Hanging from the top… (846-123). Learn More »

$445.00
Originally $495.00

CLARINET ID’D TO 117TH NEW YORK BAND MEMBER KILLED IN ACTION AT FORT FISHER

CLARINET ID’D TO 117TH NEW YORK BAND MEMBER KILLED IN ACTION AT FORT FISHER

Civil War period wooden clarinet in good overall condition. The instrument is made up of three sections, the mouthpiece, the central body and the lower section attached to the bell. The mouthpiece… (846-108). Learn More »

$2,025.00
Originally $2,500.00
SOLD

DUG CIVIL WAR ID DISK FOR 12TH PENNSYLVANIA RESERVES (41st PENNSYLVANIA) SOLDIER

DUG CIVIL WAR ID DISK FOR 12TH PENNSYLVANIA RESERVES (41st PENNSYLVANIA) SOLDIER

Front of the tag has a bust of General McClellan surrounded by “MAJOR GENERAL GEO. B. MCCLELLAN / WAR OF 1861.” Face is dark with gilt remaining in the low areas. Reverse is stamped “DANIEL… (1000-1836). Learn More »

REGULATIONS OF THE ARMY OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES, 1862—ID’D TO CAPTAIN HENRY MATHEW TALBOT, Co. “I”, 9TH GEORGIA INFANTRY

REGULATIONS OF THE ARMY OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES, 1862—ID’D TO CAPTAIN HENRY MATHEW TALBOT, Co. “I”, 9TH GEORGIA INFANTRY

Authorized by the War Department, Judah P. Benjamin. Published by J.W. Randolph, Richmond, VA, 1862. Owner inscription, rear eps, in pencil - “M.H. Talbot.” 420 pp., forms. In marbled boards, 7.5… (1000-1607). Learn More »

A GRAMMAR OF THE LATIN LANGUAGE, ID’D TO RUSSELL P. POPE, GREENWOOD, VA

A GRAMMAR OF THE LATIN LANGUAGE, ID’D TO RUSSELL P. POPE, GREENWOOD, VA

By Wm. Bingham, Of the Bingham School. Published by Sterling, Campbell & Albright, Greensboro, NC, W. Hargrave White, 1863. Owner inscription, front eps, in pencil & ink: “Russell P. Pope/… (1000-1658). Learn More »

DUG ID TAG FOR JOSEPH FAGAN OF THE 1ST MARYLAND INFANTRY US

DUG ID TAG FOR JOSEPH FAGAN OF THE 1ST MARYLAND INFANTRY US

Stamped brass tag with a patriotic shield on the front with a riband that reads “UNION” and surrounded by “AGAINST REBELLION 1861.” Face still retains some gilt. Reverse is stamped “JOSEPH… (1000-1835). Learn More »

U.S. INFANTRY TACTICS ID’D TO MAJOR AUSTIN SPRAGUE CUSHMAN, 47TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

U.S. INFANTRY TACTICS ID’D TO MAJOR AUSTIN SPRAGUE CUSHMAN, 47TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

Authorized & adopted by the Secretary of War. Published by J.B. Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1861. Owner inscription, front eps — “A.S. Cushman.” 450pp., folding diagrams. In green… (1000-1592). Learn More »


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FRAMED HALF-PLATE TINTYPE OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIER WITH BOWIE KNIFE & REVOLVER

This is a period tintype copy of an unidentified Confederate soldier proudly displaying his bowie knife and revolver. He is wearing a shell jacket and kepi. The brass buttons and guard of the knife have been highlighted in gold by the photographer.… (846-106). Learn More »

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