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CIVIL WAR JOURNAL OF ANDERSONVILLE SURVIVOR WILLIAM H. NOTT - 16TH CONNECTICUT VOLUNTEERS

CIVIL WAR JOURNAL OF ANDERSONVILLE SURVIVOR WILLIAM H. NOTT - 16TH CONNECTICUT VOLUNTEERS

This handwritten manuscript of 104 pages was penned by William H. Nott of Bristol, Connecticut from November 23, 1908 to April 30, 1909. Nott summarizes his service as follows: “Enlisted in Company… (453-50). Learn More »

$750.00
Originally $1,250.00

18TH CONNECTICUT GROUPING - DIARY, LETTER, ENVELOPE COVERS, PICTURES, REGIMENTAL CLIPPINGS, ID’D TO PVT. GEORGE E. YOUNG OF CO. D

18TH CONNECTICUT GROUPING - DIARY, LETTER, ENVELOPE COVERS, PICTURES, REGIMENTAL CLIPPINGS, ID’D TO PVT. GEORGE E. YOUNG OF CO. D

(1) The diary is a black leather, front-flap journal, 6 x 4”, w/lined entries in ink, dating from 8/16/1864 through 7/19/1865. Owner inscription, in ink, front eps - “Mr. George E. Young/… (1043-127). Learn More »

1863 DIARY OF CORPORAL ADONIRAM J. JONES, 24TH WISCONSIN INFANTRY

1863 DIARY OF CORPORAL ADONIRAM J. JONES, 24TH WISCONSIN INFANTRY

Front eps author inscription, in ink: “AD. J. Jones/ Co. B/ 24th WI/ Aug. 15th 1862—A.J. Jones/ Milwaukee/WI.” Small black leatherette diary w/ flap (torn), 5.75 x 3”, written primarily in… (L15523). Learn More »

$1,500.00
Originally $1,750.00

PRE-WWII 116th INFANTRY FOOTLOCKER IDENTIFIED TO R.P. LACY, Co. F

PRE-WWII 116th INFANTRY FOOTLOCKER IDENTIFIED TO R.P. LACY, Co. F

A pre-World War Two era army footlocker in good condition, olive drab in color with an owner’s name painted in white on the top: “R.P. Lacy / Scottsburg, VA” at left, and “Co. F / 116th… (945-364). Learn More »

FABRIC FROM THE CHAIR OF PRESIDENT JEFFERSON DAVIS TAKEN DURING THE FALL OF RICHMOND

FABRIC FROM THE CHAIR OF PRESIDENT JEFFERSON DAVIS TAKEN DURING THE FALL OF RICHMOND

11” by 14” unframed display with a piece of fabric from Jefferson Davis’s Presidential chair in the Confederate House of Representatives. Included are copied photos of President Davis and the… (M20366). Learn More »

PLEASANT READING FOR OUR SOLDIERS

PLEASANT READING FOR OUR SOLDIERS

Religious and charitable societies devoted energy and money into purchasing or publishing inspirational and wholesome reading material for soldiers in camp or hospital. Many barracks were supplied… (998-664). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED COPY OF THE US ARMY REGULATIONS OF 1861 – LT. COLONEL JAMES DUNCAN GRAHAM

IDENTIFIED COPY OF THE US ARMY REGULATIONS OF 1861 – LT. COLONEL JAMES DUNCAN GRAHAM

Blue cloth bound with gilt blind-stamped spine. Very nice period ink inscription inside the front cover: J.D. Graham Lt. Colonel U.S. Army / Stationed at Detroit, Mich. October 1861. (And below that… (998-602). Learn More »

1860 POLYGLOTT BIBLE PRESENTED BY GROVE FEMALE INSTITUTE, WOOSTER, OHIO

1860 POLYGLOTT BIBLE PRESENTED BY GROVE FEMALE INSTITUTE, WOOSTER, OHIO

Bible has brown leather cover with gold embossing. Gold lettering on front cover reads, “MISS EMILY H. ROBINSON. JULY 2ND 1861.” Back cover reads, “WHO TEACHETH LIKE CHRIST.”  Inside of cover… (B6174). Learn More »

$175.00
Originally $225.00

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

IDENTIFIED COPY OF McCLELLAN’S MANUAL OF BAYONET EXERCISE

IDENTIFIED COPY OF McCLELLAN’S MANUAL OF BAYONET EXERCISE

A good copy of McClellan’s bayonet manual identified to Lyman and William Ormsby of New York. Cloth covers, blind-stamped with an American eagle. “Lyman Ormsby / Capt. Co. I 22nd NY Vol” at top… (998-663). Learn More »

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

DAN SICKLES’S 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 »

GENERAL WILCOX’S FAREWELL ADDRESS TO THE NINTH CORPS PRESERVED BY JOHN M. DEANE, ALONG WITH ONE OF HIS ISSUE CORPS BADGES - MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER FROM MASSACHUSETTS

GENERAL WILCOX’S FAREWELL ADDRESS TO THE NINTH CORPS PRESERVED BY JOHN M. DEANE, ALONG WITH ONE OF HIS ISSUE CORPS BADGES - MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER FROM MASSACHUSETTS

John M. Deane was proud of his war service and preserved a wonderful archive of material. He rose from Lieutenant to Major, serving at the very first call for troops in the 3rd Mass Volunteer Militia… (1041-64). Learn More »

RARE ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR CLOTH CORPS BADGE FROM THE ARCHIVE OF JOHN M. DEANE - 3rd and 29th MASSACHUSETTS, MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER

RARE ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR CLOTH CORPS BADGE FROM THE ARCHIVE OF JOHN M. DEANE - 3rd and 29th MASSACHUSETTS, MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER

Civil War corps badges can be a minefield for the collector and cloth badges are especially hard to judge. Here is one that you can sleep at night owning. This comes from the archive of material… (1041-56). Learn More »

FRAMED PERSONALIZED OVERCOAT BUTTON IDENTIFIED TO MAJOR GENERAL PHILIP KEARNY WITH RELATED ITEMS

FRAMED PERSONALIZED OVERCOAT BUTTON IDENTIFIED TO MAJOR GENERAL PHILIP KEARNY WITH RELATED ITEMS

Modern wood frame with a double blue mat divided into two sections. The right section has a very large overcoat button designed by and made for Major General Philip Kearny. The button face is… (523-73). Learn More »

GROUP OF VETERAN’S BADGES IDENTIFIED TO 2ND NEW JERSEY SOLDIER

GROUP OF VETERAN’S BADGES IDENTIFIED TO 2ND NEW JERSEY SOLDIER

This small lot includes three GAR medals all in very nice condition. The first has a cast brass crossed US flags at top with a GAR star at center. The whole is surmounted by the letters “GAR” at… (523-39). 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 »

HARDEE’S RIFLE AND LIGHT INFANTRY TACTICS, VOLS. 1 & 2 — ID’D TO 2ND LIEUT. JOHN M GUERARD, 1st GEORGIA REGULARS INFANTRY, GEORGIA LIGHT ARTILLERY

HARDEE’S RIFLE AND LIGHT INFANTRY TACTICS, VOLS. 1 & 2 — ID’D TO 2ND LIEUT. JOHN M GUERARD, 1st GEORGIA REGULARS INFANTRY, GEORGIA LIGHT ARTILLERY

By Bvt. Lieut. Col. W.J. Hardee, formerly of the U.S. Army. Published by J.W. Tompkins & Co., Louisville, KY, 1861. Owner signature in front eps, in pencil, both volumes—“John M. Guerard/… (1000-1571). Learn More »

$450.00
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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 »

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 »

$1,125.00
Originally $1,250.00

SOLDIER DIARY - CORPORAL WILLIAM WINTLE, CO. “A”, 22ND INDIANA INFANTRY; ATLANTA - CAROLINAS CAMPAIGN CONTENT

SOLDIER DIARY - CORPORAL WILLIAM WINTLE, CO. “A”, 22ND INDIANA INFANTRY; ATLANTA - CAROLINAS CAMPAIGN CONTENT

Daily entries from August 8, 1864, through regimental mustering out, July 21, 1864. Front eps owner inscription, in pencil: “William Wintle / Comp. A 22nd Regt. Ind. V. Volunteers/ Sept. 14th,… (778-86). Learn More »


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FANTASTIC CLIPPED POINT BOWIE KNIFE WITH CYPHERS BY THEODOR A. MEYER

Semi-bright blade meas. approx. 9.75 inches long x 1.00 inch wide. Blade has a clipped point with a raised center. Blade surface has light scattered mottling with small amounts of surface pitting in small pockets and some minor scratches. The true… (30-1977). Learn More »

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