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1862 DIARY OF QUARTERMASTER JOHN C. ZOLLINGER, 65TH OHIO INFANTRY

1862 DIARY OF QUARTERMASTER JOHN C. ZOLLINGER, 65TH OHIO INFANTRY

“Daily Pocket Remembrancer for 1862”. Published by J.G. & Haw & Co., New York. Black leather diary, 5 x 3.25”, w/lined entries & fold-over flap. Exhibits wear and rubbing… (L15526). Learn More »

MANUAL OF MILITARY SURGERY FOR SURGEONS IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY— ID’D TO CS SURGEON PAUL D. BAKER

MANUAL OF MILITARY SURGERY FOR SURGEONS IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY— ID’D TO CS SURGEON PAUL D. BAKER

By J. Julian Chisholm, M.D.  Published by Evans & Cogswell, Columbia, S.C., 1864. 3rd Edition — “Carefully Revised and Improved.” Owner inscription, in ink, in front eps. 529 pp., 26… (1000-1651). 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 »

REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES ID’D TO LIEUT. JAMES F. MEYERS, 47TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES ID’D TO LIEUT. JAMES F. MEYERS, 47TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

Published by Harper & Brothers, New York, 1857. Owner inscription, in ink, in front eps. 457 pp., w/appendix. In brown blind-stamped buckram, 5.25 x 7.5”, w/gilt spine lettering. Exhibits light… (1000-1597). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE TACTICS MANUAL PICKED UP BY 72ND OHIO OFFICER AT SHILOH

CONFEDERATE TACTICS MANUAL PICKED UP BY 72ND OHIO OFFICER AT SHILOH

Manual is a Confederate imprint of Hardees Tactics. Title page reads “RIFLE AND INFANTRY TACTICS REVISED AND IMPROVED BY BRIG. GEN. W. J. HARDEE, C.S.A. VOLUME II THE SCHOOL OF THE BATTALION.” The… (1000-1660). Learn More »

REVISED ARMY REGULATIONS OF 1861 ID’D TO 3RD NEW JERSERY INFANTRY CAPTAIN

REVISED ARMY REGULATIONS OF 1861 ID’D TO 3RD NEW JERSERY INFANTRY CAPTAIN

Volume is titled “REVISED REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES 1861 WITH A FULL INDEX.” The book is bound in a blue cloth with an embossed spread-winged eagle with sunburst and stars at… (337-296). Learn More »

$175.00
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STRANDS OF HAIR FROM GEORGE WASHINGTON AND THE MARQUIS DE LAFAYETTE

STRANDS OF HAIR FROM GEORGE WASHINGTON AND THE MARQUIS DE LAFAYETTE

11" x 14" matted display with a strand of the actual hair of George Washington and the Marquis de Lafayette, with copies of artist’s renderings of each, as well as a brief biography. Double matted… (M25894). Learn More »

STRANDS OF HAIR FROM ABRAHAM LINCOLN, CHARLES SUMNER AND SCHUYLER COLFAX

STRANDS OF HAIR FROM ABRAHAM LINCOLN, CHARLES SUMNER AND SCHUYLER COLFAX

With the passage of the 13th Amendment in 1865, Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation decree of 1863 was legally the law of the land.  Charles Sumner and Schuyler Colfax were important advocates of… (M25068). Learn More »

INFANTRY TACTICS/DOUBLE AND SINGLE RANK — ID’D TO JOHN [?] A. BARKER, 5th MASSACHUSETTS VOL. MILITIA

INFANTRY TACTICS/DOUBLE AND SINGLE RANK — ID’D TO JOHN [?] A. BARKER, 5th MASSACHUSETTS VOL. MILITIA

By Bvt. Major-General Emory Upton, U.S. Army. Published by D. Appleton, New York, 1868. Owner ID inscription, front eps, in ink. 392 pp. In blue buckram, 3.75 x 5.75”, w/gilt spine lettering, above… (1000-1602). Learn More »

ID’D COPY OF HARDEE’S RIFLE AND LIGHT INFANTRY TACTICS, VOL II

ID’D COPY OF HARDEE’S RIFLE AND LIGHT INFANTRY TACTICS, VOL II

By Brevet Lieut. Col. W.J. Hardee, U.S. Army. Published by J.B. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia, 1861. In purple buckram, 3.75 x 5.25”, w/black spine, gilt lettering. Moderately chipped, head… (1000-1575). Learn More »

US CAVALRY TACTICS MANUAL, VOLUMES 1 & 2, ID’D TO CAPT. JAMES B. CLARK, 7TH NEW YORK CAVALRY

US CAVALRY TACTICS MANUAL, VOLUMES 1 & 2, ID’D TO CAPT. JAMES B. CLARK, 7TH NEW YORK CAVALRY

By Col. Phillip St. George Crook. Published by Government Printing office, Washington, DC, 1861. Front eps owner inscription, both volumes—“Captain James C. Clark/ Co. H, Col. A.J. Morrisons Regt/… (1000-1582). Learn More »

$350.00
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NEW TESTAMENT ID’D TO LT. HENRY GEE, 59TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRYSOLDIER

NEW TESTAMENT ID’D TO LT. HENRY GEE, 59TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

This New Testament was published in New York by the American Bible Society in 1863. It has an embossed brown cloth cover with, “TESTAMENT” in gold gilt on the spine. Third page has a faded… (1000-1584). Learn More »

SOLDIER’S MEMORIAL FOR MEMBER OF THE ANDERSON TROOP OF CAVALRY

SOLDIER’S MEMORIAL FOR MEMBER OF THE ANDERSON TROOP OF CAVALRY

Memorial is in the original frame with the original wood backing. The top of the memorial is decorated with a spread-winged eagle with thirteen stars above it perched on crossed US flags. Beneath this… (945-333). Learn More »

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 »

$2,250.00
Originally $2,500.00

ID DISK BELONGING TO ELIAS EBAUGH – 6TH MARYLAND INFANTRY

ID DISK BELONGING TO ELIAS EBAUGH – 6TH MARYLAND INFANTRY

During the Civil War, soldiers were concerned that their bodies would not be identified in the aftermath of a battle because neither the Union nor Confederate government issued identification tags,… (998-597). Learn More »

$595.00
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ID’D HARDTACK - 7TH ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS

ID’D HARDTACK - 7TH ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS

Piece of Civil War hardtack is inscribed in ink with three lines. Top line is soldier’s name, which is illegible. Lower two lines read, “CO. H. 7 ILL V.” Hardtack has cracked at the top and the… (M25862). Learn More »

ID DISC FOR 1st NEW YORK MOUNTED RIFLES PRIVATE

ID DISC FOR 1st NEW YORK MOUNTED RIFLES PRIVATE

Very nice brass ID disc that meas. approx. 1.25 inch across. The obverse has a spread-winged eagle with shield on his chest and 13 stars with the word “UNION” above his head. Around the edge is… (998-596). Learn More »

SILVER 3RD CORPS BADGE IDENTIFIED TO 84TH PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIER

SILVER 3RD CORPS BADGE IDENTIFIED TO 84TH PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIER

Very nice silver badge with script engraving that reads “CO. E, 84TH REGT. DANL. OBERLY, PA. VOLS.” Inscription is attended by the usual engraved scroll decorations. Badge meas. approx. 1.00 inch… (998-594). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED WORLD WAR ONE SHAVING KIT - 28TH DIVISION

IDENTIFIED WORLD WAR ONE SHAVING KIT - 28TH DIVISION

Tri-fold OD green cloth shaving kit that meas. approx. 5.50 inches wide x 9.00 inches when snapped shut and 15.00 x 9.00 when open. The kit is held closed by an operating snap. Once open the first… (410-81). Learn More »

COMBINATION EATING UTENSIL IDENTIFIED TO JOSEPH P. BIDDLE, 104TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

COMBINATION EATING UTENSIL IDENTIFIED TO JOSEPH P. BIDDLE, 104TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

“Union/ Knife Co.” maker-mark appears at the base of knife blade. This “Union” utensil set was a common item, sold by camp sutlers to countless union Soldiers. It featured a folding knife and… (M25763). Learn More »


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MOORE’S PATENT FIREARMS COMPANY FRONT LOADING REVOLVER

This a .32 caliber Moore revolver from National Arms Company, Brooklyn New York. This is the “teat fire” revolver, one style of several that were designed to get around the Smith & Wesson rimfire patents. This has a 3 ¼” round barrel, six… (809-08). Learn More »

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