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PORTION OF A 6th CORPS BADGE

PORTION OF A 6th CORPS BADGE

Brass back section of a 6th corps badge has a darkened patina. Reverse features original soldered attachment pin and hook. There are also four small holes along edges of badge. Missing is piece of… (883-65). Learn More »

$250.00
Originally $350.00

2nd CORPS BADGE IN RELIC CONDITION

2nd CORPS BADGE IN RELIC CONDITION

Iron 2nd corps badge has light surface rust. Reverse originally featured a soldered attachment pin with hook, but all that is present is the base of both. Corps badges were attached to the soldier’s… (883-58). Learn More »

$425.00
Originally $495.00

ID DISC FOR 1st NEW YORK MOUNTED RIFLES PRIVATE

ID DISC FOR 1st NEW YORK MOUNTED RIFLES PRIVATE

Very nice brass ID disc that meas. approx. 1.25 inch across. The obverse has a spread-winged eagle with shield on his chest and 13 stars with the word “UNION” above his head. Around the edge is… (998-596). Learn More »

WONDERFULLY EXECUTED INFANTRY OFFICER’S HUNTING HORN INSIGNIA MADE OF BONE

WONDERFULLY EXECUTED INFANTRY OFFICER’S HUNTING HORN INSIGNIA MADE OF BONE

Section of animal bone formed into the shape of an infantry hunting horn complete with tassels. Overall the item meas. approx. 2.25 inches wide x 1.50 inches tall. There is a carefully done hand drawn… (M25782). Learn More »

POST-WAR 18TH/24TH CORPS BADGE

POST-WAR 18TH/24TH CORPS BADGE

White metal badge in the shape of the 18th Corps cross with an incised heart shaped 24th Corps badge done in red enamel at center. The edge of the former is chased with a scrolled line. Reverse of the… (M25780). Learn More »

IDENTITY SHIELD FOR SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR SOLDIER FROM GEORGIA

IDENTITY SHIELD FOR SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR SOLDIER FROM GEORGIA

This identity shield appears to have been dug in that the pin is gone from the back and its surface is dark. Boldly stamped on the face is “Co. K / 1st / GA. / Vols.” Around the edge of the shield… (M23794). Learn More »

THIRD CORPS BADGE DUG IN MINE RUN, VIRGINIA AREA

THIRD CORPS BADGE DUG IN MINE RUN, VIRGINIA AREA

Diamond shaped Union 3rd Corps badge that meas. approx. 1.00 x 1.50 inches. Face is discolored a bit from ground action and the reverse has the remains of the pin solder. Overall the item is in very… (986-71). Learn More »

6th CORPS BADGE

6th CORPS BADGE

Recovered in the greater Richmond, VA area. Brass 6th corps badge has a darkened patina. Reverse originally featured a soldered attachment hook and pin, but all that is present is the base that would… (883-45). Learn More »

$395.00
Originally $495.00

DUG 6th CORPS BADGE

DUG 6th CORPS BADGE

Recovered in the greater Richmond, VA area. Brass 6th corps badge has a darkened patina. Reverse shows where attachment pin had been soldered on but is no longer present. There are also two small… (883-57). Learn More »

$425.00
Originally $495.00

DUG 3rd CORPS BADGE

DUG 3rd CORPS BADGE

Brass 3rd corps badge has a darkened patina. Two small holes are present which were for sewing to the soldier’s hat or left side of the uniform. This avoided confusion on the battlefield as a… (883-47). Learn More »

$395.00
Originally $450.00

RELIC 5th CORPS BADGE

RELIC 5th CORPS BADGE

Brass 5th corps badge has a darkened patina. Reverse originally featured a soldered attachment pin with hook, but all that is present is the base of both. Also present are two holes on the sides which… (883-64). Learn More »

$395.00
Originally $500.00

DUG PORTION OF 7TH CORPS BADGE

DUG PORTION OF 7TH CORPS BADGE

Brass 7th corps badge has a darkened patina; missing the 5 pointed star that should be in the center opening of the “C”. Corps badges were attached to the soldier’s hat or left side of the… (883-21). Learn More »

$250.00
Originally $295.00

“SCOTT’S LEGION” / 20TH PENNSYLVANIA (3 MOS.) INFANTRY BREAST PLATE

“SCOTT’S LEGION” / 20TH PENNSYLVANIA (3 MOS.) INFANTRY BREAST PLATE

Brass oval, 3.5 x 2.625”, featuring “Roman” profile of General Winfield Scott. Reverse fastener prongs (3) missing. Obverse face bright w/handful of small. slight tarnished dots. Else VG… (494-49). Learn More »

PAIR OF MODEL 1851 INFANTRY EPAULETTES

PAIR OF MODEL 1851 INFANTRY EPAULETTES

Blue wool Infantryman’s epaulettes with wool tassels for an enlisted man and musicians. Both are in excellent condition though the color of the wool has faded some. The bodies are covered in light… (37-388). Learn More »

PAIR OF REGULATION 1851 BUFF EPAULETTES - HORSTMAN MARKED

PAIR OF REGULATION 1851 BUFF EPAULETTES - HORSTMAN MARKED

These buff cloth epaulettes are in very good condition with only light surface dirt from age and storage throughout. There is no damage of any kind. The body of each is covered in a buff colored cloth… (37-386). Learn More »

CHASSEUR OFFICER’S WOOL EPAULETTES

CHASSEUR OFFICER’S WOOL EPAULETTES

Epaulette upper-surfaces are forest green wool. The edge of the outer shell is yellow with a single thin yellow cord border to the inside. Forest green wool fringe hangs down. Each epaulette has a… (665-07). Learn More »

REGULATION SIZED RIFLEMAN’S INSIGNIA

REGULATION SIZED RIFLEMAN’S INSIGNIA

This insignia was issued for use on the 1858 dress hat of enlisted men. It differs from the earlier examples in several ways. This trumpet is larger, has a double instead of a single twist, a tightly… (410-129). Learn More »

SILVER CONFEDERATE ID BADGE RECOVERED NEAR FALLING WATERS - GETTYSBURG POW

SILVER CONFEDERATE ID BADGE RECOVERED NEAR FALLING WATERS - GETTYSBURG POW

This silver badge is crescent shaped and meas. approx. 1.00 inch long. It is engraved around the edges with a linear decoration and engraved on its face is “SKIDS.” Reverse has the remains of a… (M25595). Learn More »

POST-CIVIL WAR 7th NEW YORK INSIGNIA

POST-CIVIL WAR 7th NEW YORK INSIGNIA

Copper insignia features the New York state seal with red, white and blue accents. A “7’ is at the bottom. Reverse has an engraved floral design and pin with hook. Measures 2 7/8” high x 2 ¼”… (460-1460). Learn More »

1858 STAMPED BRASS INFANTRY HUNTING HORN

1858 STAMPED BRASS INFANTRY HUNTING HORN

Stamped brass infantry horn insignia. Brass retains much of the original gilt. Reverse of each features two soldered attachment loops, with two of the insignia missing one loop. Measures 3 ¼”… (344-2992). 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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