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STENCIL FOR 1ST MASSACHUSETTS HEAVY ARTILLERYMAN CAPTURED AT PETERSBURG

STENCIL FOR 1ST MASSACHUSETTS HEAVY ARTILLERYMAN CAPTURED AT PETERSBURG

Brass stencil is in excellent condition. It meas. approx. 4.00 inches long by 1.50 inches wide. The surface has a nice dark patina and some minor creases. There are no breaks or cracks. Stencil reads… (998-587). Learn More »

$650.00
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REFERENCE BOOK – THOUGHTS ON MEN’S SHIRTS BY WM. BROWN

REFERENCE BOOK – THOUGHTS ON MEN’S SHIRTS BY WM. BROWN

Thoughts on Men’s Shirts in America 1750-1900 is a complete resource for reenactors, historians, and those interested in social history and material culture.  This book has long been out of print… (516-406). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED WORLD WAR ONE SHAVING KIT - 28TH DIVISION

IDENTIFIED WORLD WAR ONE SHAVING KIT - 28TH DIVISION

Tri-fold OD green cloth shaving kit that meas. approx. 5.50 inches wide x 9.00 inches when snapped shut and 15.00 x 9.00 when open. The kit is held closed by an operating snap. Once open the first… (410-81). Learn More »

PEWTER CUP - HAND ENGRAVED, 1862

PEWTER CUP - HAND ENGRAVED, 1862

Small pewter cup has engraving on the side that reads, “BRIDE OF 12 YEARS, MAY 16, 1862”. Measures 2 ¾” at the base x 3 ¾” tall. Pewter has darkened with age and shows spotting.… (179-841). Learn More »

$60.00
SOLD

PEWTER COLLAPSIBLE CUP

PEWTER COLLAPSIBLE CUP

Small pewter cup has three sections that collapse for travelling ease. Center section has beaded design. Pewter has darkened and spotted with age.  [SL] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM,… (179-840). Learn More »

REGULATION CIVIL WAR ISSUE CUP

REGULATION CIVIL WAR ISSUE CUP

This tin cup was Army issue during the Civil War. Cup has flat bottom with wire reinforced handle anchored by a single rivet. Item meas. approx. 4.00 inches tall and approx. 4.00 inches across the… (M25873). Learn More »

$295.00
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GETTYSBURG COPPER TEA KETTLE, CIRCA 1790’S- 1819

GETTYSBURG COPPER TEA KETTLE, CIRCA 1790’S- 1819

This is one of only three copper tea kettles known to exist that were made by Christian Wampler of Gettysburg, PA. Wampler was born on July 27, 1777 in York, PA. He was a tinner and coppersmith, as… (401-31). Learn More »

PRESENTATION PEWTER SNUFF BOX, HAND ENGRAVED 1859

PRESENTATION PEWTER SNUFF BOX, HAND ENGRAVED 1859

Hinged pewter box has an engraved filigree design on top and bottom. Top has image of two eagles flanking an urn. Front side of box has engraving that reads, “PRESENTED TO R. MILLER BY HIS BROTHER… (179-842). Learn More »

QUEEN ANNE PEWTER PLATE

QUEEN ANNE PEWTER PLATE

Scalloped edged plate measures 8 ¾” in circumference. Reverse has touchmark and hallmarks, with “LONDON” in worn lettering. Pewter shows scattered surface scratches and spotting. Very heavy. … (179-839). Learn More »

TAILOR’S THIMBLE

TAILOR’S THIMBLE

Open top thimble is made of steel with a brass lining. [sl] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR LAYAWAY… (179-791). Learn More »

SINGLE BONE DIE

SINGLE BONE DIE

Die is the type soldiers would have used in camp. Measures 3/8”.     [Sl] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED… (665-54). Learn More »

TIN SPECTACLES CASE

TIN SPECTACLES CASE

Hinged case with clasp is lined in blue felt. Light surface rust and dirt are present, otherwise case is in very good condition and functional.  [sl] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS… (179-744). Learn More »

COMBINATION EATING UTENSIL IDENTIFIED TO JOSEPH P. BIDDLE, 104TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

COMBINATION EATING UTENSIL IDENTIFIED TO JOSEPH P. BIDDLE, 104TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

“Union/ Knife Co.” maker-mark appears at the base of knife blade. This “Union” utensil set was a common item, sold by camp sutlers to countless union Soldiers. It featured a folding knife and… (M25763). Learn More »

1840’s PEWTER TEA POT WITH WILLIAM PENN CONNECTION

1840’s PEWTER TEA POT WITH WILLIAM PENN CONNECTION

This elegant pewter tea pot has very nice features, such as a floral shaped handle on the lid and decorative spout and handle. Measures 8” tall to top of handle x 4 ½” in circumference at the… (179-838). Learn More »

MINT CONDITION PAIR OF CIVIL WAR BROGANS

MINT CONDITION PAIR OF CIVIL WAR BROGANS

These brogans are in near mint condition and show only very light signs of use. The leather uppers are supple and mostly clean with some very light wear marks along the edges. They are square toed… (578-03). Learn More »

$3,950.00
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MINORS PATENT FOLDING LANTERN

MINORS PATENT FOLDING LANTERN

This folding lantern has the original Mica windows, Japanned finish and a painted gold stencil design. The item is made to collapses down to a small pocket sized square. When opened the lantern… (986-12). Learn More »

18th CENTURY DRAFTING SET

18th CENTURY DRAFTING SET

This Colonial drawing set with original shagreen covered carrying case is in excellent condition. The set is complete with eight pieces. The various dividers are brass and iron and there is a brass… (565-117). Learn More »

$360.00
Originally $400.00

19th CENTURY PEWTER SPOON

19th CENTURY PEWTER SPOON

Reverse of spoon is stamped with maker’s mark, “LLEWELLYN & RYLAND”, which was located in Warwickshire, England. Spoon measures 7’ long. Has darkened patina and light pitting. … (490-1503). Learn More »

$30.00
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19th CENTURY PEWTER SPOON

19th CENTURY PEWTER SPOON

Reverse of spoon is stamped with maker’s mark, “LLEWELLYN & RYLAND”, which was located in Warwickshire, England. Spoon measures 7’ long. Has darkened patina and light pitting. … (490-1502). Learn More »

$30.00
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19th CENTURY PEWTER SPOON

19th CENTURY PEWTER SPOON

Reverse of spoon is stamped with maker’s mark, “LLEWELLYN & RYLAND”, which was located in Warwickshire, England. Spoon measures 7’ long. Has darkened patina and light pitting. … (490-1501). Learn More »

$30.00
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GETTYSBURG COPPER TEA KETTLE, CIRCA 1790’S- 1819

This is one of only three copper tea kettles known to exist that were made by Christian Wampler of Gettysburg, PA. Wampler was born on July 27, 1777 in York, PA. He was a tinner and coppersmith, as well as the highway superintendent and street… (401-31). Learn More »

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