Military Accoutrements

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1st VETERAN VOLUNTEERS BADGE – FREDERICK KEPPY

1st VETERAN VOLUNTEERS BADGE – FREDERICK KEPPY

Two-piece badge is either gold plated, or gold rolled. Badge has top hangar with the soldier’s name, “F. KEPPY”.  Suspended from this is the medal with lettering that reads, “CO. E. 5th REGT.… (M25308). Learn More »

$495.00
Originally $550.00

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

1/9 PLATE TINTYPE ALONG WITH 9th CORPS & REGIMENTAL VETERAN REUNION BADGES ID’D TO PRIVATE JOHN W. BRUNNER, CO. “E”, 51ST PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

1/9 PLATE TINTYPE ALONG WITH 9th CORPS & REGIMENTAL VETERAN REUNION BADGES ID’D TO PRIVATE JOHN W. BRUNNER, CO. “E”, 51ST PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

Small octagonal tinplate, brass frame, mounted in fine brown, florally adorned, velvet lined, gutta-percha case. Oval breast portrait of young soldier clad in kepi, checked shirt, and sack coat [one… (M18580). Learn More »

$1,500.00
Originally $1,650.00

EPAULETTES CASE

EPAULETTES CASE

Tin japanned rectangular case displays moderate surface rust inside and out. Most of japanning has worn off of the case. One hinge on lid is tight and still functioning, while the other has come loose… (344-2451). Learn More »

STAMPED BRASS FALSE EMBROIDERED INFANTRY HUNTING HORN INSIGNIA

STAMPED BRASS FALSE EMBROIDERED INFANTRY HUNTING HORN INSIGNIA

This style of infantry insignia was meant for use by officers but it can be seen on headgear from all ranks. Units from New England seemed to favor these privately purchased Infantry insignia. The… (M25381). Learn More »

NON-EXCAVATED, FALSE EMBROIDERED CIVIL WAR CROSSED CANNON INSIGNIA

NON-EXCAVATED, FALSE EMBROIDERED CIVIL WAR CROSSED CANNON INSIGNIA

This stamped brass device is an excellent example of a Civil War Artillery officer’s hat insignia. Device features two long cannon tubes crossed below their center points. Made to mimic the… (M25383). Learn More »

VETERAN’S FIFTH CORPS BADGE

VETERAN’S FIFTH CORPS BADGE

Silver 5th Corps badge with pin on back. Item meas. approx. 1.00 inch x 1.00 inch. The face is smooth as is the reverse. There are no marks of any kind. Pin is in working condition.  … (744-43). Learn More »

$395.00
Originally $495.00

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA POWDER HORN ID’D TO ALEXANDER RHOADES, 46th PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA POWDER HORN ID’D TO ALEXANDER RHOADES, 46th PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

This powder horn was purchased at a sale in 1947 from John Rhoades, who documented that this belonged to his father, Alexander Rhoades, who carried it in the Civil War. Alexander Rhoades was a… (377-13). Learn More »

VIRGINIA BELT BUCKLE

VIRGINIA BELT BUCKLE

Face of brass plate has the state seal of Virginia in great detail with a nice rich green patina. High areas still retain original gilt. Slight verdigris is present on some areas. Plate measures 2”… (215-16). Learn More »

GROUP OF ITEMS ID’D TO AN OFFICER IN ONE OF THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER REGIMENTS IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, THE 124TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS

GROUP OF ITEMS ID’D TO AN OFFICER IN ONE OF THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER REGIMENTS IN THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, THE 124TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS

The items here presented belonged to John B. Stanbrough of the 124th New York Infantry also known as "The Orange Blossoms." They are well known for the stand they made here at the top of the… (480-132). Learn More »

$7,500.00
Originally $8,500.00

GROUP OF ITEMS ID’D TO MEMBER OF 20TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

GROUP OF ITEMS ID’D TO MEMBER OF 20TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

The items in this group are ID’D to Elias B. Buck of Co. B, 20th Pennsylvania Cavalry. The first item in the group is a large, framed, full colored charcoal drawing of Buck in uniform. Framed this… (503-32). Learn More »

SCARCE MILITIA OVAL WAIST BELT PLATE C. 1861-65

SCARCE MILITIA OVAL WAIST BELT PLATE C. 1861-65

O’Donnell and Campbell Plate 582. Die-struck rolled brass face with wingspread eagle in center with shield in center of chest. Talons holding arrows and an olive branch. “E. PLURIBUS UNUM” below… (622-186). Learn More »

$4,850.00
Originally $5,000.00

SMALL 1839 PATTERN US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE

SMALL 1839 PATTERN US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE

Maker marked on the reverse, “W. H. SMITH / BROOKLYN”. VF condition with lots of original gilt finish. Nice maker stamping. Wire hooks. Very strong. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM,… (622-180). Learn More »

$400.00
Originally $425.00

PAIR OF TINTYPES ATTRIBUTED TO BE 15TH NEW HAMPSHIRE SOLDIER

PAIR OF TINTYPES ATTRIBUTED TO BE 15TH NEW HAMPSHIRE SOLDIER

This pair of sixth plate tintypes are attributed to be of Sergeant Luther Calvin Stevens of Company K, 15th New Hampshire Infantry but the old tag once accompanying the images has been lost by the… (355-36). Learn More »

RARE EARLY MARINE CORPS EPAULETTES / WINGS

RARE EARLY MARINE CORPS EPAULETTES / WINGS

Heavily embroidered narrow bodied epaulettes with wide ends also known as “wings.” The top surface of these epaulets is a dark blue/black cloth with a very heavy, raised oak leaf decoration done… (344-2721). Learn More »

OFFICER’S DRESS EPAULETTES WITH CARRYING CASE

OFFICER’S DRESS EPAULETTES WITH CARRYING CASE

Pair of fancy dress, bullion epaulettes for a staff officer prior to the Civil War. Complete in their japanned tin carrying case. Epaulette upper-surfaces feature gilt ribbed strap with a single row… (344-2688). Learn More »

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 »

MILITARY GOODS TIN BOX

MILITARY GOODS TIN BOX

Top of lid is stamped with, “SHANNON, MILLER & GRANT, MILITARY GOODS, MAIDEN BAND, NEW YORK”. Some light scratches and surface rust are present. Box is slightly warped so that lid does not… (344-2689). Learn More »

RELIC U.S. PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE – GETTYSBURG RETREAT

RELIC U.S. PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE – GETTYSBURG RETREAT

This excavated plate has a nice brass face with chocolate brown patina. The detail on the eagle is very good. The reverse has 99.9% of the lead fill. Both iron hooks have rusted away. This was… (286-270). Learn More »

$450.00
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POST-WAR BADGE IN MEMORY OF COLONEL HENRY H. YOUNG

POST-WAR BADGE IN MEMORY OF COLONEL HENRY H. YOUNG

White metal badge consists of two portions, a top bar and a drop. The top bar is plain except for a scroll decoration at top center and a laurel leaf in each corner. The silver plating has rubbed off… (344-2759). Learn More »


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VERY RARE CONFEDERATE MANUFACTURED BRONZE 12 POUNDER FIELD HOWITZER PRODUCED BY JOHN CLARK AND COMPANY OF NEW ORLEANS, LA

In the mid-1850’s, John Clark operated a foundry at the intersection of Race and Tchoupitoulas Streets in what is today called the Lower Garden District, close to the Mississippi River. At the outbreak of war, Clark announced that his company would… (455-08). Learn More »

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