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FIRST EDITION COPY OF THE 44TH INDIANA INFANTRY REGIMENTAL HISTORY WITH PRESENTATION

FIRST EDITION COPY OF THE 44TH INDIANA INFANTRY REGIMENTAL HISTORY WITH PRESENTATION

Volume has nice looking dark brown hardcovers with a gold embossed soldier on the front and a spread-winged eagle with patriotic shield and US flag on the reverse. Title is in gold on spine. Edges… (522-298). Learn More »

McPHERSON’S HISTORY OF THE REBELLION BY EDWARD McPHERSON, 1865, PERSONAL COPY OF GEORGE PENDLETON

McPHERSON’S HISTORY OF THE REBELLION BY EDWARD McPHERSON, 1865, PERSONAL COPY OF GEORGE PENDLETON

This volume is covered in green cloth with decorative embossing on the corners, and the title in gold gilt on the spine. Measures 9 ¾” x 6 ¼” x 2”. Text contains 656 pages. Second edition.… (522-287). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR HOUSEWIFE AND SILVER CORPS BADGE OF ALBERT C. VAUGHAN, 60TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

CIVIL WAR HOUSEWIFE AND SILVER CORPS BADGE OF ALBERT C. VAUGHAN, 60TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

Housewife is hand-sewn of red and blue wool with white silk backing. Consists of two hearts which are sewn and tied together at the top, with two more cut out red hearts sewn on the insides. Hearts… (534-27). Learn More »

INSCRIBED ORIGINAL COPY OF THE 12TH INDIANA INFANTRY REGIMENTAL HISTORY

INSCRIBED ORIGINAL COPY OF THE 12TH INDIANA INFANTRY REGIMENTAL HISTORY

This volume meas. approx. 5.25 x 7.50 inches and is titled “FROM VICKSBURG TO RALEIGH; OR A COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE TWELGTH REGIMENT INDIANA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY AND THE CAMPAIGNS OF GRANT AND… (522-302). Learn More »

ORIGINAL 1876 COPY OF THE 7TH INDIANA REGIMENTAL HISTORY

ORIGINAL 1876 COPY OF THE 7TH INDIANA REGIMENTAL HISTORY

Published in 1876 by the Herald Company, Steam Printers of LaPorte, Indiana and written by Thomas S. Cogley, late 1st Lieutenant of Company F. The mile long full title of this diminutive volume is… (522-304). Learn More »

SET OF BOOKS FROM THE LIBRARY OF JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN - OEUVRES DE BLAISE PASCAL

SET OF BOOKS FROM THE LIBRARY OF JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN - OEUVRES DE BLAISE PASCAL

A Paris: Chez Lefevre, Libraire, Rue de L’Epeon N.6, 1819. French language edition, five volumes in full leather. Gilt ruled spines and decorative design. Black leather title and author labels… (959-01). Learn More »

THE TRIAL OF JOHN H. SURRATT ID’D TO CORPORAL JAMES TANNER, 87TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

THE TRIAL OF JOHN H. SURRATT ID’D TO CORPORAL JAMES TANNER, 87TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

Published by the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1967. 2 volumes, 1383 pp. Brown buckram, rebound brown leather spines, w/gilt trim and black spine labels. Exhibits light wear and… (959-03). Learn More »

FRAMED MEMORIAL FOR BATTERY D OF THE 1ST WISCONSIN HEAVY ARTILLERY

FRAMED MEMORIAL FOR BATTERY D OF THE 1ST WISCONSIN HEAVY ARTILLERY

Color document printed in 1864. Framed the item meas. approx. 28.25 x 22.50 inches. The top of the document has a stylized version of the Wisconsin Coat of Arms above five medallions flanked by two… (172-5062). Learn More »

GROUPING ID'D TO CAPTAIN RICHARD J. RICHARDS, CO. H, 21ST NEW JERSEY INFANTRY

GROUPING ID'D TO CAPTAIN RICHARD J. RICHARDS, CO. H, 21ST NEW JERSEY INFANTRY

The grouping consists of Captain Richards' scrapbook of the Co. "H", 21st New Jersey Infantry, as well as his personal shaving box, which contains the following items: (1) Officer's belt plate-M1851… (30-1516). Learn More »

$4,750.00
Originally $5,500.00

REVISED 1863 U.S. ARMY REGULATIONS ID’D TO LIEUTENANT WILLIAM COLLINS, 16TH U.S.C.T.

REVISED 1863 U.S. ARMY REGULATIONS ID’D TO LIEUTENANT WILLIAM COLLINS, 16TH U.S.C.T.

Published by the Government Printing Office, Washington, DC., 1863. Owner inscription in ink, front endpapers. 594 pp. In blue blind-stamped buckram, 8.5 x 5.75”, with gilt lettering & spine… (731-520). Learn More »

SPECTACULAR PORTRAIT, PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION AND EBONY WALKING STICK ID TO BVT. BRIG. GENERAL DAVID H. VINTON

SPECTACULAR PORTRAIT, PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION AND EBONY WALKING STICK ID TO BVT. BRIG. GENERAL DAVID H. VINTON

David Hammond Vinton was born May 4, 1803 in Providence, Rhode Island. Vinton attended the West Point Military Academy from September 1, 1818 to July 1, 1822 where he graduated 14th in his class. He… (740-825). Learn More »

$3,000.00
Originally $3,500.00

BIBLE OWNED BY CADET R.G. WITHERS, V.M.I., 1878

BIBLE OWNED BY CADET R.G. WITHERS, V.M.I., 1878

Brown leather covered Bible is embossed with a decorative design and gold lettering that reads, “CADET R.G. WITHERS, V.M.I., JULY 4TH 1878”. First page of Bible is inscribed in period ink,… (846-75). Learn More »

$595.00
Originally $700.00

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 »

FRAMED STRANDS OF PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S HAIR

FRAMED STRANDS OF PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S HAIR

Double matted in handsome suede, highlighted with a copy photo of Lincoln seated, with strands of Lincoln's hair encased. The strands of hair are covered with magnified covers to enhance viewing.… (532-166). Learn More »

$350.00
ON HOLD

PERSONAL MILITARY AND CIVIL HISTORY WITH HISTORIC REFERENCE, OWNED BY PETER R. COLLUM, 17TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

PERSONAL MILITARY AND CIVIL HISTORY WITH HISTORIC REFERENCE, OWNED BY PETER R. COLLUM, 17TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

This book was compiled with the purpose of being presented to a Union veteran, as a keepsake for him to pass down to his family.  It features decorative pages with areas to fill in with photographs,… (516-32). Learn More »

$95.00
ON HOLD

A SOUVENIR FROM STONEWALL JACKSON'S HOUSE

A SOUVENIR FROM STONEWALL JACKSON'S HOUSE

This attractive 11” x 14” unframed display features a 2 3/4" x 1 3/4" piece of coverlet that was owned by Colonel Elijah W. Penny who had service in three Indiana Union regiments and was wounded… (M25311). Learn More »

ABRAHAM LINCOLN HAIR & BANDAGE FRAGMENT FROM THE PETERSON HOUSE

ABRAHAM LINCOLN HAIR & BANDAGE FRAGMENT FROM THE PETERSON HOUSE

Nicely matted to display, this features several small strands of Lincoln’s hair, and a fragment of the gauze bandage from his death room at the Peterson House. Also included in this display is an… (M25598A). Learn More »

FABRIC FROM A CHAIR BELONGING TO ROBERT E. LEE, GIVEN TO HIS GODCHILD

FABRIC FROM A CHAIR BELONGING TO ROBERT E. LEE, GIVEN TO HIS GODCHILD

The fabric in this display originated from a chair that originally covered a chair belonging to Robert E. Lee. It was found in an old envelope noted, "General Robert E. Lee, button and material from… (M25074). Learn More »

STRANDS OF PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S HAIR

STRANDS OF PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S HAIR

8" X 10", double matted in handsome suede, unframed, highlighted with a copy photo of Lincoln seated, with strands of Lincoln's hair encased. The strands of hair are covered with magnified covers to… (M25284). Learn More »

1853 SEATED LIBERTY QUARTER WITH CONFEDERATE INSCRIPTION

1853 SEATED LIBERTY QUARTER WITH CONFEDERATE INSCRIPTION

It is believed that this is an early post-Civil War veteran’s piece and not a wartime badge. The obverse of this silver quarter shows Liberty seated holding a spear with a Liberty cap on the point… (M25582). Learn More »


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