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REVISED REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES, 1861 - ID’D TO LIEUTENANTS ALEXANDER WILSON AND JAMES BROWN, 118TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

REVISED REGULATIONS FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES, 1861 - ID’D TO LIEUTENANTS ALEXANDER WILSON AND JAMES BROWN, 118TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

Published by J G. L. Brown, Printer, Philadelphia, 1861. 559 pp. In blue, blind-stamped buckram, with gilt spine lettering. Owner signatures inscribed on upper title page: [above, in ink] “Lieut… (344-2039). Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

FRAMED STRAND OF HAIR BELONGING TO MARY SURRATT, FAMOUS LINCOLN CONSPIRATOR

FRAMED STRAND OF HAIR BELONGING TO MARY SURRATT, FAMOUS LINCOLN CONSPIRATOR

12.25" x 15.25" framed display with a strand of the actual hair of Mary Surratt with a colorized copy photograph of her, as well as a copy of a photograph of her hanging. Single matted with gray stock… (913-71). Learn More »

$150.00
ON HOLD

CASEY’S INFANTRY TACTICS, VOL. 2, ID’D TO 1ST LIEUT. JOHN T. BURGESS, 178th NEW YORK INFANTRY

CASEY’S INFANTRY TACTICS, VOL. 2, ID’D TO 1ST LIEUT. JOHN T. BURGESS, 178th NEW YORK INFANTRY

By Brig.-Gen. Silas Casey. Published by D. Van Nostrand, New York, 1862. Lieutenant Burgess’ penciled owner inscription in both front and rear endpapers. 279 pp., plates. In green blind stamped… (450-138). Learn More »

FRAMED STRAND OF HAIR BELONGING TO CONFEDERATE GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE

FRAMED STRAND OF HAIR BELONGING TO CONFEDERATE GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE

12.25" x 15.25" matted display with a strand of the actual hair of Robert E. Lee with a copy of a portrait of him mounted on his horse “Traveler” with his hat raised, as well as a brief… (913-70). Learn More »

STRAND OF GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE’S HAIR

STRAND OF GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE’S HAIR

The hair's provenance came from a small lock given to Laura Thomas on April 19th, 1869 by Lee himself [copy of note provided in accompanying certificate] and separated by noted antiquarian Charles… (M25085). Learn More »

LINCOLN AND THE CONSPIRATORS - LINCOLN'S HAIR, WOOD FOR THE GALLOWS, MARY SURRATT'S HAIR, AND A REMNANT FROM THE BINDINGS THAT WERE USED TO BIND MRS. SURRATT'S ARMS DURING THE HANGING

LINCOLN AND THE CONSPIRATORS - LINCOLN'S HAIR, WOOD FOR THE GALLOWS, MARY SURRATT'S HAIR, AND A REMNANT FROM THE BINDINGS THAT WERE USED TO BIND MRS. SURRATT'S ARMS DURING THE HANGING

Display measures 11" X 14" with burgundy suede matting with gold Florentine trim. Highlights Mary Surratt who was one of the four conspirators executed on July 7th, 1865. The strand of Lincoln's hair… (M25281). Learn More »

RUBBER OR GUM BLANKET ID’D TO PVT. MOSES E. CONYERS, 69TH INDIANA INFANTRY, A PORTION OF WHICH WAS USED FOR A FIELD-MADE HOUSEWIFE

RUBBER OR GUM BLANKET ID’D TO PVT. MOSES E. CONYERS, 69TH INDIANA INFANTRY, A PORTION OF WHICH WAS USED FOR A FIELD-MADE HOUSEWIFE

This blanket was purchased directly from the Conyers family in 1992. The blanket exhibits a red ink stamp within an oval: UNION INDIA RUBBER CO./FEB. 4, 1865, along with the inspector’s stamp with a… (450-73). Learn More »

$3,250.00
Originally $4,750.00

STRANDS OF HAIR FROM ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND MARY LINCOLN

STRANDS OF HAIR FROM ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND MARY LINCOLN

Offered is a framed and burgundy double matted display with copies of photos of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln. Under each photo are a few strands of hair from each individual. The hairs are… (889-91). Learn More »

$375.00
Originally $450.00
SOLD

BOSWORTH GAR POST #2 PORTLAND ME WASHINGTON DC 1892, ID’D TO 5TH & 12TH MAINE OFFICER CAPT. EDWARD M. ROBINSON

BOSWORTH GAR POST #2 PORTLAND ME WASHINGTON DC 1892, ID’D TO 5TH & 12TH MAINE OFFICER CAPT. EDWARD M. ROBINSON

This G.A.R. ribbon has a silver pin that reads "MAINE" a 2.75 inches long and .75 inch wide. The yellow ribbon measures 5.5 inches long and 2.5 inches wide. It reads "BOSWORTH Post. No. 2 PORTLAND,… (M22802). Learn More »

$65.00
Originally $100.00

NIGHT CAP ID’D TO MRS. SARAH E. (LUSCOMB) LARRABEE OF MASSACHUSETTS

NIGHT CAP ID’D TO MRS. SARAH E. (LUSCOMB) LARRABEE OF MASSACHUSETTS

This ivory cotton night cap is trimmed in delicate lace. Two ties secure the cap under the chin. Measures 10” long at the front x 8 ¼” wide at the center. Ties measure 13 ½” long. A small… (742-112). Learn More »

TRIALS AND TRIUMPHS: THE RECORD OF THE FIFTY-FIFTH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY WITH SOLDIER PRESENTATION INSCRIPTION

TRIALS AND TRIUMPHS: THE RECORD OF THE FIFTY-FIFTH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY WITH SOLDIER PRESENTATION INSCRIPTION

By Captain Hartwell Osborn and Others. Published by A. C. McClurg & Co, Chicago, IL: 1904. Front eps, owner book-stamp: “R.A. Weaver.” 364 pp., ills., maps. In blue glazed cloth, 9 x 6,25”,… (897-73). Learn More »

GROUP OF MEDALS ID’D TO 62ND NEW YORK PRISONER OF WAR

GROUP OF MEDALS ID’D TO 62ND NEW YORK PRISONER OF WAR

This group of medals is identified to Walter W. Hyde of Company E, 62nd New York Infantry. First in the group is Hyde’s wartime engraved silver 6th Corps badge. It meas. approx. 1.50 x 1.50 inches.… (M23762). Learn More »

$1,750.00
Originally $2,250.00

RELIC ID DISC FOR NEW JERSEY SOLDIER KILLED IN ACTION

RELIC ID DISC FOR NEW JERSEY SOLDIER KILLED IN ACTION

This ID disc is in good relic condition and despite being dug it is entirely legible. The disc is cast in zinc or pewter and has some embedded dirt around the edges. The soft metal combined with… (M24570). Learn More »

$1,350.00
Originally $1,500.00

FANTASTIC FRAMED COLLECTION OF ARTIFACTS IDENTIFIED TO TWO BROTHERS WHO SERVED IN THE 16TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

FANTASTIC FRAMED COLLECTION OF ARTIFACTS IDENTIFIED TO TWO BROTHERS WHO SERVED IN THE 16TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

The shadow box frame with fancy gold gilt border measures 30” x 26”. The items inside are wired or tacked to the box portion of the frame. Private/Corporal William Lyman of Co. K, 16th… (M23736). Learn More »

$4,000.00
Originally $4,500.00

U.S. CHRISTIAN COMMISSION NAME TAG FOR PVT. JAMES A. CARDER, 18TH CONNECTICUT INFANTRY

U.S. CHRISTIAN COMMISSION NAME TAG FOR PVT. JAMES A. CARDER, 18TH CONNECTICUT INFANTRY

Double-sided white, pre-printed card, measuring 1.625 x 2.875"/ w/small metal-ringed lanyard hole. Front side script & inscription: "U.S. CHRISTIAN COMMISSION / ADDRESS MY… father Mr. / Morris… (M18953). Learn More »

$1,500.00
Originally $1,650.00

U.S. CHRISTIAN COMMISSION PIN - MT. HOLYOKE SEMINARY, CLASS OF 1864

U.S. CHRISTIAN COMMISSION PIN - MT. HOLYOKE SEMINARY, CLASS OF 1864

Oblong silver badge w/horizontal bar pin, measuring 1.625" in width, .5" in height; bearing the following inscription: "U.S. Christian Commission,/ To the Mt. Holyoke Class of '64/ "Sow we beside all… (480-35). Learn More »

$1,750.00
Originally $2,950.00

U.S. CHRISTIAN COMMISSION PIN ID'D AND INSCRIBED TO "MRS. REVEREND ARZA [MARY H.] BROWN/ CHICAGO, ILLINOIS/ CIVIL WAR"

U.S. CHRISTIAN COMMISSION PIN ID'D AND INSCRIBED TO "MRS. REVEREND ARZA [MARY H.] BROWN/ CHICAGO, ILLINOIS/ CIVIL WAR"

Oblong silver badge, measuring 2" in width, and .75" height. Standard USCC frontal inscription: "U.S. / Christian Commission / PHIL."; see rear inscription to Mrs. Brown above. Rear bar pin. Light… (480-17). Learn More »

$1,750.00
Originally $2,500.00

LEATHER BOUND ID’D 1884 SOLDIER’S HANDBOOK

LEATHER BOUND ID’D 1884 SOLDIER’S HANDBOOK

Booklet bound in black leather and is held closed by a folding flap. Flap is strongly embossed in gold across the flap “SOLDIER’S HANDBOOK / U.S.A.” The leather is in good condition with light… (668-38). Learn More »

$65.00
ON HOLD

CIVIL WAR-ERA EAGLE CANE WITH POST-WAR INSCRIPTION

CIVIL WAR-ERA EAGLE CANE WITH POST-WAR INSCRIPTION

Patented Dec. 23, 1862. Black varnished wooden cane, 34.75” in overall length, topped with handsome silver plated brass eagle with U.S. flag in beak, with winding serpent below, brass plated tip.… (344-1884). Learn More »

FRAMED HANDKERCHIEF AND IMAGES OF ROBERT F. BURRILL, 74TH ILLINOIS INFANTRY

FRAMED HANDKERCHIEF AND IMAGES OF ROBERT F. BURRILL, 74TH ILLINOIS INFANTRY

Handkerchief was carried throughout the Civil War by Robert Burrill. Also in the frame are two images of Burrill, one a tintype as a soldier, and the other as an older bearded gentleman. Handkerchief… (377-10). Learn More »


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GROUPING OF ITEMS IDENTIFIED TO CALVIN LITTLEFIELD OF THE 94TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

The following is Littlefield’s obituary as printed in the Watertown Daily Times dated Thursday January 6, 1910:     COL. CALVIN LITTLEFIELD AND HIS DISTINGUISHED CAREER LAST OF HIS GENERATION Graduate of Union College Served with Distinction In… (801-169). Learn More »

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