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IDENTIFIED GROUP FROM SOLDIER IN 3RD NY LIGHT & 9TH NY HEAVY ARTILLERY

IDENTIFIED GROUP FROM SOLDIER IN 3RD NY LIGHT & 9TH NY HEAVY ARTILLERY

This group contains accoutrements and personal effects of Private William H. Rinehart who served in the 3rd New York Light Artillery and then the 9th New York Heavy Artillery.  Rinehart first… (355-18). Learn More »

GENERAL SCOTT FRAMED LAUREL LEAF, DATED DECEMBER 25, 1861

GENERAL SCOTT FRAMED LAUREL LEAF, DATED DECEMBER 25, 1861

This gold framed wreath on a background of silk was presented as a Christmas gift and reads, “TO RICHARD J. SMITH AND SISTERS, A PORTION OF THE WREATH OF LAUREL PRESENTED TO OUR BELOVED HERO… (282-405). Learn More »

ID TAG FOR SOLDIER IN THE 29TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

ID TAG FOR SOLDIER IN THE 29TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

This ID tag has a bust of George Washington on the obverse with his name and birth date inscribed around the bust. The reverse has the following "G. A. Badger, Co. D, 29th Reg., Mass. V., Sandwich,… (785-48). Learn More »

153RD NEW YORK SOLDIER’S ID TAG, PRESENTED TO HIS MOTHER

153RD NEW YORK SOLDIER’S ID TAG, PRESENTED TO HIS MOTHER

Stamped brass tag with profile bust of a General officer at center of the obverse. Around the edge of the disc and above the General is stamped “MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE B. MCCLELLAN” with “WAR OF… (785-53). Learn More »

$895.00
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THE LIFE AND DEATH OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN – AN INCLUSIVE DISPLAY

THE LIFE AND DEATH OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN – AN INCLUSIVE DISPLAY

This large framed display features eight different Lincoln related relics, all mounted within magnified boxes handsomely displayed in a scarlet suede mat with gold Florentine trim. Included from left… (M25315). Learn More »

ENGRAVED REUNION BADGE FOR MEMBER OF THE 12TH OHIO INFANTRY

ENGRAVED REUNION BADGE FOR MEMBER OF THE 12TH OHIO INFANTRY

Badge is silver with a red, white and blue striped ribbon. The top bar is engraved with “SOCIETY OF” and has a fine chase decoration along its edge. Reverse has original “T” pin. Suspended… (344-2760). Learn More »

7TH NEW YORK NATIONAL GUARD LONG SERVICE MEDAL - NAMED

7TH NEW YORK NATIONAL GUARD LONG SERVICE MEDAL - NAMED

Medal is made of bronze and is in two pieces. The top bar is rectangular with the 7th’s motto in raised letters that reads “PRO PATRIA ET GLORIA.” Reverse still has the original “T” pin.… (344-2763). Learn More »

PAPER AND PHOTO GROUP OF 103RD OHIO SOLDIER, MUSICIAN RHESA HOUGHTON

PAPER AND PHOTO GROUP OF 103RD OHIO SOLDIER, MUSICIAN RHESA HOUGHTON

Lot contains the following:   1.) Letter in period ink from Rhesa Houghton to Lester C. Cook reads. Spencer, Aug. 5th, 1862 Dear Friend Lester, I take my pen to let you know that I intend to enlist… (172-2147). Learn More »

$450.00
Originally $595.00

ABRAHAM LINCOLN ASSASSINATION – STRAND OF THE PRESIDENT’S HAIR, AND A WOOD RELIC FROM FORD’S THEATRE

ABRAHAM LINCOLN ASSASSINATION – STRAND OF THE PRESIDENT’S HAIR, AND A WOOD RELIC FROM FORD’S THEATRE

Display measures 14" X 11" with burgundy suede matting with gold Florentine trim; unframed. Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C. was has been used for various stage performances beginning in the… (M25106). Learn More »

GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE AT WASHINGTON COLLEGE

GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE AT WASHINGTON COLLEGE

This 11" X 14" display has a strand of Lee's hair given to Louise R. Thoms by Lee in 1869 as well as a small piece of the leather from Lee's chair in his chapel office at Washington College when the… (M25105). Learn More »

1862 ALMANAC ID’D TO 20TH MASSACHUSETTS OFFICER

1862 ALMANAC ID’D TO 20TH MASSACHUSETTS OFFICER

Paper bound booklet meas. approx. 5.25 x 7.50 inches and titled “THE TRIBUNE ALMANAC AND POLITICAL REGISTER FOR 1862” Yellow paper cover has edge wear and scuff marks. Boldly written in period ink… (890-08). Learn More »

CDV OF SIXTH CORPS SOLDIER AND RELIC SIXTH CORPS BADGE

CDV OF SIXTH CORPS SOLDIER AND RELIC SIXTH CORPS BADGE

The CDV photograph features a young soldier standing next to a table. The young man appears to be wearing light blue trousers with a thin, dark stripe on the leg as well as a dark blue military vest.… (224-168). Learn More »

IVORY HANDLED CANE ID’D TO GEORGE H. STUART, MARKED LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN

IVORY HANDLED CANE ID’D TO GEORGE H. STUART, MARKED LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN

Cane is made of wood which has been stained a dark brown color. Top of cane has a brass ring with ivory handle. Etched on one side of the handle is “GEORGE H. STUART, LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN DECEMBER 21,… (344-1885). Learn More »

DUG SILVER 18TH CORPS ID BADGE FOR 98TH NEW YORK SOLDIER WOUNDED IN ACTION

DUG SILVER 18TH CORPS ID BADGE FOR 98TH NEW YORK SOLDIER WOUNDED IN ACTION

Silver 18th Corps badge identified to Private Joseph Laclair of Company H, 98th New York Infantry, recovered in the greater Richmond area. Badge meas. approx. 1.75 x 1.75 inches. In both the upper and… (883-20). Learn More »

DUG IDENTITY DISC FOR 69TH PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIER

DUG IDENTITY DISC FOR 69TH PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIER

This identity disc appears to be made of zinc. It is too light to be lead and has not oxidized as lead would. Ground action has heavily marred the surface finish. The obverse has a clearly visible… (883-22). Learn More »

STRAND OF MARY SURRATT’S HAIR – LINCOLN ASSASSINATION CONSPIRATOR

STRAND OF MARY SURRATT’S HAIR – LINCOLN ASSASSINATION CONSPIRATOR

8" x 10" matted display with a strand of the actual hair of Mary Surratt with a copy photograph of her, as well as a brief biography. Double matted on scarlet suede with Florentine gold trim. The… (M25107). Learn More »

LEATHER FROM A CHAIR IN ROBERT E. LEE’S CHAPEL OFFICE DURING HIS PRESIDENCY OF WASHINGTON COLLEGE

LEATHER FROM A CHAIR IN ROBERT E. LEE’S CHAPEL OFFICE DURING HIS PRESIDENCY OF WASHINGTON COLLEGE

The ½” x ½” section of leather in this display originally covered a chair in Robert E. Lee’s Chapel office at Washington College. This piece was part of a larger remnant that was given with… (M25077). Learn More »

LEATHER FROM A CHAIR IN ROBERT E. LEE’S CHAPEL OFFICE DURING HIS PRESIDENCY OF WASHINGTON COLLEGE

LEATHER FROM A CHAIR IN ROBERT E. LEE’S CHAPEL OFFICE DURING HIS PRESIDENCY OF WASHINGTON COLLEGE

The ½” x ½” section of leather in this display originally covered a chair in Robert E. Lee’s Chapel office at Washington College. This piece was part of a larger remnant that was given with… (M25076). 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 »

STRANDS OF MARY TODD LINCOLN’S HAIR

STRANDS OF MARY TODD LINCOLN’S HAIR

8" X 10" matted display with several stands of the actual hair of Mary Todd Lincoln with a copy photograph of her. Double matted on scarlet suede with Florentine gold trim. These strands came from… (M23372A). Learn More »


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REMARKABLE SWORD IDENTIFIED TO GEORGE WILLIAM GORDON (1801-1877), US CONSUL TO BRAZIL (1840-46) AND SLAVE TRADE OPPONENT

A remarkable sword manufactured by W.H. Horstmann & Co., New York after the Model 1834 US Revenue Cutter/Marine sword. Neatly engraved on the reverse folding guard, “Geo. Wm. Gordon / United States Consul”. Born on February 8, 1801 in Exeter,… (870-60). Learn More »

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