Identified Uniforms & Cloth

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FRAMED SILK CAVALRY GUIDON WITH INTERESTING VERBAL HISTORY

FRAMED SILK CAVALRY GUIDON WITH INTERESTING VERBAL HISTORY

The guidon is housed in a modern gold wood frame that meas. approx. 46.50 X 24.25 inches The guidon is laid against a cream backing that really allows the guidon to stand out. Overall about 65% to 70%… (846-105). Learn More »

$4,900.00
Originally $5,900.00

IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR GUIDON OF COMPANY M, 3rd NEW YORK CAVALRY

IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR GUIDON OF COMPANY M, 3rd NEW YORK CAVALRY

This cavalry guidon came out of the family only in 2017 and was carried in Company M of the 3rd New York Cavalry and preserved by Charles Nobles (or “Noble,”) who served in the company from August… (1097-23). Learn More »

BLOOD STAINED PIECE OF C.S. LIEUTENANT GENERAL A.P. HILL’S COAT KIA APRIL 2, 1865, AT PETERSBURG

BLOOD STAINED PIECE OF C.S. LIEUTENANT GENERAL A.P. HILL’S COAT KIA APRIL 2, 1865, AT PETERSBURG

This coat fragment measures roughly three inches by three inches and comes with a wonderful brown ink note reading, “A piece of the military coat worn by Lt. Genl. A.P. Hill when he was killed… (846-141). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED MAJOR GENERAL MARTIN LUTHER SMITH’S CONFEDERATE FROCK COAT WITH MEXICAN WAR TOPOGRAPHICAL ENGINEER EPAULETS AND HAT INSIGNIA

IDENTIFIED MAJOR GENERAL MARTIN LUTHER SMITH’S CONFEDERATE FROCK COAT WITH MEXICAN WAR TOPOGRAPHICAL ENGINEER EPAULETS AND HAT INSIGNIA

This coat for many years was on display, while loaned, at the Museum of the Confederacy (now the Museum of the American Civil War) in Richmond, Virginia. This coat has been professionally conserved… (766-1388). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED MILITIA OFFICER’S CHAPEAU-DE-BRAS WITH ORIGINAL BOX BY JOHN MAYELL, ALBANY, Ca 1835-1840

IDENTIFIED MILITIA OFFICER’S CHAPEAU-DE-BRAS WITH ORIGINAL BOX BY JOHN MAYELL, ALBANY, Ca 1835-1840

The bicorn, cocked hat, had come into military fashion shortly before 1800. Through the 1820s it tended to be of short or medium height, but sprouted considerably taller in the U.S. Army regulations… (2020-108). Learn More »

GOLD HAT CORD FROM THE ESTATE OF CHARLES E. DEARING, 16th MAINE

GOLD HAT CORD FROM THE ESTATE OF CHARLES E. DEARING, 16th MAINE

During the Civil War, gold hat cords were reserved for general officers, but they were later adopted for wear by members of the G.A.R. on their slouch hats. This one is in excellent condition, with… (766-1093). Learn More »

FRAMED SEMI-RESTORED FLAG OF THE 13TH NEW YORK STATE MILITIA

FRAMED SEMI-RESTORED FLAG OF THE 13TH NEW YORK STATE MILITIA

This flag consists of a replaced blue silk field with the artwork from the original flag mounted on it. Since the blue silk field is new it is in excellent condition. The original artwork is the Coat… (838-18). Learn More »

$4,500.00
Originally $5,500.00
ON HOLD

FRAGMENT OF CONFEDERATE BATTLE FLAG OF FORT MORGAN, BATTLE OF MOBILE BAY

FRAGMENT OF CONFEDERATE BATTLE FLAG OF FORT MORGAN, BATTLE OF MOBILE BAY

The Battle of Mobile Bay was a naval battle fought on August 5th, 1864. Commanding the Union forces was Admiral David Farragut, while Admiral Franklin Buchanan led the Confederate fleet. The battle… (1054-2108). Learn More »

LAFAYETTE ESCADRILLE VETERANS’ FLAG PRESERVED BY AN AMERICAN FLYER

LAFAYETTE ESCADRILLE VETERANS’ FLAG PRESERVED BY AN AMERICAN FLYER

Probably no American fighting force in World War One is better known than the Lafayette Escadrille, a small group of some 38 American and 4 French flyers who, before America’s official entry in the… (161-10). Learn More »

$3,750.00
ON HOLD

WONDERFUL FIELD-WORN IDENTIFIED ARTILLERY OFFICER’S SLOUCH HAT: RINGGOLD LIGHT ARTILLERY AND ERMANTROUT’S BATTERY OF PENNSYLVANIA INDEPENDENT LIGHT ARTILLERY

WONDERFUL FIELD-WORN IDENTIFIED ARTILLERY OFFICER’S SLOUCH HAT: RINGGOLD LIGHT ARTILLERY AND ERMANTROUT’S BATTERY OF PENNSYLVANIA INDEPENDENT LIGHT ARTILLERY

Real Civil War slouch hats have always been hard to find. Of those that survived many are full dress affairs that had no practical use after the war. This one is a rare survivor, showing wear and use… (33-270). Learn More »

$6,500.00
ON HOLD

C1859-60 ENGINEER’S SHAKO IDENTIFIED TO S. FRICK, 11TH REGIMENT

C1859-60 ENGINEER’S SHAKO IDENTIFIED TO S. FRICK, 11TH REGIMENT

The label pasted to the underside of the shako reads, “F. DEEC(KEN) MANUFACTURER & DEALER IN MILITARY GOODS No. 243 BOWERY” gives us an exact date of 1859-60 according to the Directory of… (33-272). Learn More »

PAIR OF SMITH PATENT 1ST LIEUTENANT SHOULDER STRAPS ATTRIBUTED TO 147TH PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER

PAIR OF SMITH PATENT 1ST LIEUTENANT SHOULDER STRAPS ATTRIBUTED TO 147TH PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER

Straps have the usual convex stamped brass false embroidered single border. The surfaces of each have a nice patina. The blue wool rank field has faded to a purple color. One strap has a fair amount… (33-347). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED WORLD WAR TWO COAST GUARD SPAR UNIFORM & HAT WITH CHANGEABLE CROWNS

IDENTIFIED WORLD WAR TWO COAST GUARD SPAR UNIFORM & HAT WITH CHANGEABLE CROWNS

This uniform group belonged to a Jean B. Daugherty from Cambria County, Pennsylvania who served in the SPARS during World War Two and afterward hosted a TV show called “The Magic Toy Shop” on… (1022-09). Learn More »

POST-CIVIL WAR 1871 OFFICER’S TROUSERS ID’D TO 22ND NEW YORK NATIONAL GUARD

POST-CIVIL WAR 1871 OFFICER’S TROUSERS ID’D TO 22ND NEW YORK NATIONAL GUARD

Trousers are made of a dark royal blue wool broadcloth and have a black leg stripe that is 1.50 inches wide. The body of the trousers are in good condition with only one or two scattered spots of… (801-541). Learn More »

EPAULETTES IDENTIFIED TO BRIGADIER GENERAL WILLIAM H. BROWNELL

EPAULETTES IDENTIFIED TO BRIGADIER GENERAL WILLIAM H. BROWNELL

The body of the epaulettes are made of a gold ribbed material that has scattered small stress separations and light surface dirt. The body has a border of thick gold twisted bullion that is flanked on… (128-1053). Learn More »

BOOTS STATED TO BE THOSE WORN BY GENERAL SAMUEL K. ZOOK WHEN KILLED AT GETTYSBURG & OTHER RELATED ITEMS

BOOTS STATED TO BE THOSE WORN BY GENERAL SAMUEL K. ZOOK WHEN KILLED AT GETTYSBURG & OTHER RELATED ITEMS

These boots surfaced in the collection of the late Stan Landis of Quakertown, Pennsylvania and then passed to a New York collector where they were obtained in 1975 by George Lower, owner of the… (355-39). Learn More »


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MUSEUM QUALITY LARGE OIL ON CANVAS PORTRAIT OF LIEUTENANT KERR CRAIGE OF THE 1ST NORTH CAROLINA CAVALRY

This portrait of Confederate Lieutenant Kerr Craige was obtained directly from his family and was done circa 1900. The framed portrait is housed in a large oval wooden frame and meas. approx. 31.00 x 36.00 inches. The painting is good throughout,… (766-1380). Learn More »

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