Identified Personal Items

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SOLDIER’S NAME STAMP KIT

SOLDIER’S NAME STAMP KIT

Item comes in a small riker box ready for display. The outer sleeve of the kit has a green label that reads “WELLS & CO’S. RUBBER STEREOTYPE STAMP.” Small print then gives directions for… (725-21). Learn More »

POST-CIVIL WAR PHOTO, DISCHARGE AND SOLDIER’S MEMORIAL ID’D TO 14TH NEW JERSEY SOLDIER

POST-CIVIL WAR PHOTO, DISCHARGE AND SOLDIER’S MEMORIAL ID’D TO 14TH NEW JERSEY SOLDIER

The items in this group belonged to John Doudican, also known as John Dow, who served as a Private in Company K, 14th New Jersey Infantry. The first item is an eagle masthead discharge filled out to… (690-04). Learn More »

VETERAN CANTEEN FOR MEMBER OF THE 1ST MARYLAND CAVALRY

VETERAN CANTEEN FOR MEMBER OF THE 1ST MARYLAND CAVALRY

White porcelain canteen almost the same size as a regulation canteen. Item meas. approx. 9.00 inches from the tip of the spout to the bottom edge and approx. 8.50 inches across. The spout, spout… (503-22). Learn More »

UNUSUAL, IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR LEATHER FOLDING DRINKING CUP

UNUSUAL, IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR LEATHER FOLDING DRINKING CUP

This artifact is an unusual Civil War drinking cup produced in France and constructed from a single circular piece of black bridle leather. Piece was cut and shaped into a cup device that folded in on… (258-54). Learn More »

MEMORIAL - GEORGE A. BROWN, CO. "E", 2ND U.S. SHARPSHOOTERS

MEMORIAL - GEORGE A. BROWN, CO. "E", 2ND U.S. SHARPSHOOTERS

Floral bordered memorial measuring 12.5" in width, 9.75" in height, in early 20th century wooden frame, measuring 14 x 11". Text of the memorial: "IN MEMORY OF…..GEORGE A. BROWN, of Mendon, Vermont,… (411-183). Learn More »

$350.00
Originally $550.00

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 »


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ABRAHAM LINCOLN SIGNED PRESIDENTIAL PARDON DATED 1861

Authenticated by the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum in Springfield, IL, this document is a pre-printed, filled in  form, light gray in color, 9.75 x 16” [9.75 x 8” folded]--with a single with a single reverse notation [“5 Aug 1861… (215-14). Learn More »

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