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MILITARY REGISTER FOR COMPANY C, 5TH VERMONT INFANTRY

MILITARY REGISTER FOR COMPANY C, 5TH VERMONT INFANTRY

This full color register comes matted and framed and meas. approx. 21.50 inches x 27.00 inches. The frame has some age to it. The decoration on the register begins with a spread-winged eagle at top… (1054-51). Learn More »

MILITARY REGISTER FOR COMPANY E, 6TH VERMONT INFANTRY

MILITARY REGISTER FOR COMPANY E, 6TH VERMONT INFANTRY

This full color register comes in the original wood frame with wood back panels and meas. approx. 21.50 x 26.50 inches. The decoration on the register begins with a spread-winged eagle at top with a… (1054-44). Learn More »

1864 DATED VOLUNTEER SERVICE DOCUMENT FOR 142ND OHIO NATIONAL GUARD COLONEL & CONGRESSMAN

1864 DATED VOLUNTEER SERVICE DOCUMENT FOR 142ND OHIO NATIONAL GUARD COLONEL & CONGRESSMAN

The document is in a modern wood frame with a white mat that covers its edges. Pre-printed and filled out in readable period ink the document is decorated at top with a spread-winged eagle, shield and… (1054-65). Learn More »

FRAMED SOLDIER’S MEMORIAL FOR COMPANY F, 9TH NEW YORK STATE MILITIA

FRAMED SOLDIER’S MEMORIAL FOR COMPANY F, 9TH NEW YORK STATE MILITIA

Black and white memorial printed in 1863 and lists the members of the 9th New York State Militia also known as the 83rd New York Volunteers. The top of the memorial is decorated with a spread-winged… (1054-14). Learn More »

FRAMED PERSONAL SOLDIER’S RECORD FOR 209TH PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIER WOUNDED AT FORT STEADMAN

FRAMED PERSONAL SOLDIER’S RECORD FOR 209TH PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIER WOUNDED AT FORT STEADMAN

Document is pre-printed and filled out in period ink and dates from 1884. Document is black and white with a very impressive spread-winged eagle at top perched on a patriotic shield and flanked by a… (1054-62). Learn More »

FRAMED SOLDIERS MEMORIAL FOR COMPANY G, 94TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

FRAMED SOLDIERS MEMORIAL FOR COMPANY G, 94TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

The top of the memorial is decorated with a representation of Columbia seated amongst a panoply of flags and surrounded by four Union soldiers, two on each side. Columbia holds a US flag in one hand… (1054-20). Learn More »

AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY BOOK ID’D TO THE REGIMENT RESPONSIBLE FOR DIGGING THE MINE AT THE BATTLE OF THE CRATER AT PETERSBURG

AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY BOOK ID’D TO THE REGIMENT RESPONSIBLE FOR DIGGING THE MINE AT THE BATTLE OF THE CRATER AT PETERSBURG

Hardcover volume that meas. approx. 6.25 x 4.00 inches. Book is titled “THE NAXIOUS INQUIRER AFTER SALVATION” by Rev. John Angell James. The book is part of a series known as “THE SOLDIER’S… (1054-2092). Learn More »

IDENTIFICATION DISC FOR 52ND NEW YORK INFANTRY SOLDIER

IDENTIFICATION DISC FOR 52ND NEW YORK INFANTRY SOLDIER

Non-excavated, George Washington bust style pewter “dog tag” for John Bockhardt [Burkart, Burkardt]. He was 40 years old when he enlisted on November 5, 1861 in New York City. He joined Company G,… (1054-2470). Learn More »

IDENTIFICATION DISC FOR 7TH RHODE ISLAND INFANTRY SOLDIER

IDENTIFICATION DISC FOR 7TH RHODE ISLAND INFANTRY SOLDIER

Excavated, George Washington bust style brass “dog tag” for David L. Larkham. He was 37 years old when he enlisted on August 14, 1862. He joined Company G, 7TH Rhode Island Infantry. He was… (1054-2467). Learn More »

BRASS STENCIL FROM 26TH MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER

BRASS STENCIL FROM 26TH MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER

This is a non-excavated brass stencil. Soldiers used these to mark their personal possessions. Measures approximately 3 ¼” x 1 ½”. Stencil reads, “G. H. DAVIS. Co. C. 26. NASS. R.”  One… (1054-2474). Learn More »

1862 POCKET TESTAMENT ATTRIBUTED TO A MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER

1862 POCKET TESTAMENT ATTRIBUTED TO A MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER

Item is an 1862 pocket testament in good overall condition. Volume meas. approx. 3.00 x 4.75 inches and contains the New Testament only. Covers are wrapped in brown cloth that shows some light wear… (B6207). Learn More »

$325.00
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FRAMED MEMORIAL CARD FOR CAPTAIN H.H. ROSENGRANTZ, 33RD ILL. INF.

FRAMED MEMORIAL CARD FOR CAPTAIN H.H. ROSENGRANTZ, 33RD ILL. INF.

Black memorial card shows gold gilt lettering and images. Tribute reads, “IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF CAPT. H.H. ROSENGRANTZ, CO. D, 33d ILL. INF. DIED MAY 3, 1892. AGED 54 YRS.” Below this is a… (1054-1276). Learn More »

9TH NEW HAMPSHIRE SOLDIER’S STENCIL – HARRISON E. ROUND, CO. H

9TH NEW HAMPSHIRE SOLDIER’S STENCIL – HARRISON E. ROUND, CO. H

Harrison E. Round mustered into service on 12/23/63 for a term of 3 years. He enlisted as a private at the age of 22; his occupation is listed as farmer. While the 9th New Hampshire had already been… (M26064). Learn More »

THIRD VOLUME OF CAVALRY TACTICS ID’D TO 4th PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY OFFICER

THIRD VOLUME OF CAVALRY TACTICS ID’D TO 4th PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY OFFICER

This is volume 3 only of “CAVALRY TACTICS” published by THE War Department in 1862. It meas. approx. 4.50 x 6.00 inches and runs 111 pages with 20 fold out diagrams of evolutions and 8 foldout… (696-115). Learn More »

$145.00
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EXCELLENT IDENTIFIED GROUPING BELONGING TO CAPTAIN JOHN BOOTH, 103RD OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

EXCELLENT IDENTIFIED GROUPING BELONGING TO CAPTAIN JOHN BOOTH, 103RD OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

Excellent officer’s grouping of Captain John Booth, 103rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry (OVI) and his wife Sarah Booth.  This grouping consists of framed pictures, personal effects and military… (M26290). Learn More »

OUTSTANDING PAIR OF 7th MICHIGAN CAVALRY LEDGER/DIARIES  - 1ST LIEUTENANT JAMES W. BENTLEY, REGIMENTAL COMMISSARY OFFICER

OUTSTANDING PAIR OF 7th MICHIGAN CAVALRY LEDGER/DIARIES - 1ST LIEUTENANT JAMES W. BENTLEY, REGIMENTAL COMMISSARY OFFICER

Lieutenant Bentley’s diaries contain his narrative of 7th Michigan regimental service between June 30, 1863, and April 17, 1864.  These diaries came in to The Horse Soldier along with a group of… (766-1045). Learn More »

ID’D CONFEDERATE BLANKET, 2ND VIRGINIA CAVALRY

ID’D CONFEDERATE BLANKET, 2ND VIRGINIA CAVALRY

Here is a rare opportunity to own an original Confederate blanket that is also Id’d. Blanket belonged to Private William C. Bradley, a soldier in Co. “B”, 2nd Virginia Cavalry. Tan colored… (973-03). Learn More »

$2,750.00
Originally $3,250.00
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LADDER BADGE ID’D TO JOHN W. SMITH, 58TH OHIO INFANTRY

LADDER BADGE ID’D TO JOHN W. SMITH, 58TH OHIO INFANTRY

Here is a handsome, post-war suspension badge owned by Sgt. John W. Smith. Smith, a farmer by occupation, stood 5’8” tall and had a dark complexion, brown hair and brown eyes; he was 20 years old… (1019-01). Learn More »

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 »


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M1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO CAPT. EDWIN A. WOOD, CO. A, 51ST MASSACHUSETTS

Manufactured: Unknown Maker: Unknown Year: 1862 Model: Non Regulation Staff & Field Size: 31.00 Condition: VG This sword is classified as non-regulation as it has the full basket minus the “US”.  High grade example with brass guard and… (870-394). Learn More »

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