Identified Personal Items

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SILVER SHIELD STYLE ID BADGE BELONGING TO DAVID DONNER OF CO. K, 3rd NJ VOLS.

SILVER SHIELD STYLE ID BADGE BELONGING TO DAVID DONNER OF CO. K, 3rd NJ VOLS.

This small patriotic shield badge measures just shy of one inch long by ¾ of an inch wide. The badge itself is quite thin and is missing its pin-back latch. The engraving is legible; however there is… (M26066). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR SOLDIER’S BIBLE, SERGT. CHARLES McKNIGHT, 13TH VERMONT, “HE WAS COOL, BRAVE, AND ACTIVE.” - DIED OF DISEASE IN 1863

IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR SOLDIER’S BIBLE, SERGT. CHARLES McKNIGHT, 13TH VERMONT, “HE WAS COOL, BRAVE, AND ACTIVE.” - DIED OF DISEASE IN 1863

This Civil War bible published by the New York Bible Society in 1862 is typical of the testaments, prayer books, and religious tracts presented by well-wishers, loved ones, and religious and… (1100-93). Learn More »

$295.00
ON HOLD

IDENTIFICATION DISK OF CHARLES BROWN, CO. B 12th NY, WIA GAINES MILL; PROVOST GUARD AT HQ FIFTH CORPS 1863 – 1865; 5th NY VET VOLS, DURYEA’S ZOUAVES

IDENTIFICATION DISK OF CHARLES BROWN, CO. B 12th NY, WIA GAINES MILL; PROVOST GUARD AT HQ FIFTH CORPS 1863 – 1865; 5th NY VET VOLS, DURYEA’S ZOUAVES

This identification disk has lots of its original silver wash, crisp stamping, and good detail with just slight rubbing on the high points. Charles Brown served in 12th New York Volunteers, was… (1117-80). Learn More »

CLASSIC BOOK ON GERMAN U-BOATS SIGNED TWICE BY U-BOAT COMMANDER HERBERT WERNER

CLASSIC BOOK ON GERMAN U-BOATS SIGNED TWICE BY U-BOAT COMMANDER HERBERT WERNER

First edition copy of “IRON COFFINS: A PERSONAL ACCOUNT OF THE GERMAN U-BOAT BATTLES OF WORLD WAR II” by Herbert A. Werner. Volume is bound in black cloth with the title on the spine. Full color… (724-24). Learn More »

$125.00
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IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR “HOUSEWIFE” SEWING KIT, 49th MASSACHUSETTS, WIA DONALDSONVILLE 1863, WITH ONE OF HIS HAT NUMERALS

IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR “HOUSEWIFE” SEWING KIT, 49th MASSACHUSETTS, WIA DONALDSONVILLE 1863, WITH ONE OF HIS HAT NUMERALS

Civil War soldiers usually had to fend for themselves in repairing tears and holes in uniforms, re-sewing buttons, and the like. Sewing kits were favorite going-away gifts to departing soldiers, who… (1100-94). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED US WORLD WAR ONE SOAP DISH & FOLDING CUP FOR ARTILLERYMAN IN THE 77TH DIVISION

IDENTIFIED US WORLD WAR ONE SOAP DISH & FOLDING CUP FOR ARTILLERYMAN IN THE 77TH DIVISION

Two-piece tin soap dish meas. approx. 3.50 x 2.50 x 1.25 inches. Dish is made of two interlocking pieces of folded tin. Attached to the lid is a brass collar disk with “NY” superimposed over… (595-1684). Learn More »

$30.00
SOLD

GENERAL BUTTERFIELD’S BANDANNA

GENERAL BUTTERFIELD’S BANDANNA

This is a scarce piece of field gear or field wear: a well preserved and nicely presented Civil War kerchief or bandanna worn by General Daniel Butterfield. These were not items of issue, of course,… (846-262). Learn More »

UNION VETERAN’S UNION LAPEL STUD

UNION VETERAN’S UNION LAPEL STUD

The Union Veterans Union was formed in Washington, D.C. in 1886 to fill a need that many Civil War veterans felt was lacking. There was no question that the Grand Army of the Republic was the… (1110-42). Learn More »

ID'D GENERAL ORDERS OF THE WAR DEPARTMENT, 1861, 1862, 1863 - COL. ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE

ID'D GENERAL ORDERS OF THE WAR DEPARTMENT, 1861, 1862, 1863 - COL. ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE

Chronologically arranged, w/ full index.  By Thos. M. O’Brien & Oliver Diefendorf. Published by Derby & Miller, New York, 1864. 2 vols. Owner inscription, front eps, both volumes, in ink;… (1097-41). Learn More »

PORTIONS OF THE “OLD ARMY BLANKET CARRIED & USED BY JOHN MCDANIELS THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR 1861 – 1865”

PORTIONS OF THE “OLD ARMY BLANKET CARRIED & USED BY JOHN MCDANIELS THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR 1861 – 1865”

This is a nicely documented section, in two pieces, of a regulation Civil War army issue blanket with an old pencil note that was pinned to it at some point, reading, “Old army Blanket carried &… (846-248). Learn More »

FANTASTIC WORLD WAR TWO INSIGNIA & MEDAL GROUP ID’D TO GERMAN GENERAL WHO WAS LIAISON OFFICER IN TOKYO – PRESENTED TO AN AMERICAN GENERAL ON MACARTHUR’S STAFF

FANTASTIC WORLD WAR TWO INSIGNIA & MEDAL GROUP ID’D TO GERMAN GENERAL WHO WAS LIAISON OFFICER IN TOKYO – PRESENTED TO AN AMERICAN GENERAL ON MACARTHUR’S STAFF

This group of items is identified to Lieutenant General Alfred Franz Kretschmer who was Berlin’s liaison officer in Tokyo through most of World War Two. He presented these items to General Charles… (128-1180). Learn More »

INSTRUCTIONS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF ARMIES OF THE UNTIED STATES IN THE FIELD—ID’D TO BVT. BRIG. GENL. ISAAC DYER [COL. 15TH MAINE]

INSTRUCTIONS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF ARMIES OF THE UNTIED STATES IN THE FIELD—ID’D TO BVT. BRIG. GENL. ISAAC DYER [COL. 15TH MAINE]

By Francis Lieber, LL.D. Published by D. Van Nostrand, New York, 1863. Owner signature, title page, in ink: “Isaac Dyer”.  Beige Wraps, 86 pp, 7.5 x 5”. Exhibits light wear. Else VG plus. Isaac… (1097-35). Learn More »

INSTRUCTION FOR OFFICERS ON OUTPOST AND PATROL DUTY ID’D TO LT. COL. ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE

INSTRUCTION FOR OFFICERS ON OUTPOST AND PATROL DUTY ID’D TO LT. COL. ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE

Published by the War Dept., 1861]. Owner signature, title page, in ink—Isaac Dyer Lieut. Col./ 15th Regt. Me Vol.” Beige wraps, 24 pp., 7.375 x 4.75”. Exhibits slight wear & soiling at the… (1097-34). Learn More »

UNION SOLDIER DIARY OF PRIVATE GEORGE M. BARNETT, 97TH OHIO INFANTRY - MORTALLY WIA AT KENNESAW MOUNTAIN

UNION SOLDIER DIARY OF PRIVATE GEORGE M. BARNETT, 97TH OHIO INFANTRY - MORTALLY WIA AT KENNESAW MOUNTAIN

'PERPETUAL DIARY’, 1863. Published by A. Liebenroth & Von Auw. New York, 1863. Owner inscription, front eps: “Diary of / George M. Barnett/ Co. B, 97th [Ohio] Regt. / 2nd Brigade 1st Division… (L15587). Learn More »

WAR OF 1861 IDENTIFICATION DISC OF JONAS H. COLOMY 10th NEW HAMPSHIRE

WAR OF 1861 IDENTIFICATION DISC OF JONAS H. COLOMY 10th NEW HAMPSHIRE

The government did not issue dog tags to soldiers in the Civil War, but the large number of soldiers listed as missing and buried in anonymous graves made it a matter of great concern to soldiers and… (1054-2477). Learn More »

INSCRIBED WARTIME 18th CORPS 2nd DIVISION STAFF CORPS BADGE OF MAJOR HENRY NOYES, 148th NY, AND A.A. INSPECTOR GENERAL, WIA COLD HARBOR

INSCRIBED WARTIME 18th CORPS 2nd DIVISION STAFF CORPS BADGE OF MAJOR HENRY NOYES, 148th NY, AND A.A. INSPECTOR GENERAL, WIA COLD HARBOR

This inscribed corps badge dates between June and October 1864, between the introduction of the badge and the owner’s posting to divisional staff, and his promotion to colonel of the 38th USCT in… (480-190). Learn More »

WAR PAPERS: THE MAINE COMMANDERY.  [MOLLUS] — ID’D TO BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL ISAAC DYER [COL. 15TH MAINE]

WAR PAPERS: THE MAINE COMMANDERY. [MOLLUS] — ID’D TO BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL ISAAC DYER [COL. 15TH MAINE]

2 vols. Published by the Thurston Print, Portland, Me, 1898. Owner book stamp, front eps (both volumes): “Isaac Dyer/ Skowhegan..Me.” 350, 352 pp., maps. In blue glazed cloth w/gilt embossed… (1097-42). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR CANNON MODEL FROM THE ESTATE OF WELL-KNOWN CIVIL WAR VETERAN COLONEL ELISHA HUNT RHODES OF THE 2ND RHODE ISLAND

CIVIL WAR CANNON MODEL FROM THE ESTATE OF WELL-KNOWN CIVIL WAR VETERAN COLONEL ELISHA HUNT RHODES OF THE 2ND RHODE ISLAND

Cannon and carriage are made of wood that has been painted black. The 5.50 inch tube is held to the carriage by thin sheet metal coverings over the trunnions which have then being tacked in place. Gun… (1054-2833). Learn More »

$275.00
ON HOLD

CONFEDERATE STATES RECEIPT PICKED UP BY GEORGE W. MOWERS, 21st PA CAVALRY & 87th PA INFANTRY

CONFEDERATE STATES RECEIPT PICKED UP BY GEORGE W. MOWERS, 21st PA CAVALRY & 87th PA INFANTRY

Dated “1862/ Aug. 2.” Handwritten receipt for “$3.00” in ink, on yellowing paper, 6 x 6.5”. Exhibits fold-marks, three vertical, w/one section detached. Fragile but, mostly legible.… (2020-04). 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 »


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