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VICTORIAN HAIR JEWELRY BROOCH

VICTORIAN HAIR JEWELRY BROOCH

Gold framed brooch has woven hair under the glass. Original pin and hook are present on reverse and fit together loosely. Brooch measures approx. 1 1/8” x 7/8”. Hair is still tightly woven. This… (344-2665). Learn More »

ABRAHAM LINCOLN ASSASSINATION – STRAND OF THE PRESIDENT’S HAIR, AND A WOOD RELIC FROM FORD’S THEATRE

ABRAHAM LINCOLN ASSASSINATION – STRAND OF THE PRESIDENT’S HAIR, AND A WOOD RELIC FROM FORD’S THEATRE

Display measures 14" X 11" with burgundy suede matting with gold Florentine trim; unframed. Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C. was has been used for various stage performances beginning in the… (M25106). Learn More »

IVORY HANDLED CANE ID’D TO GEORGE H. STUART, MARKED LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN

IVORY HANDLED CANE ID’D TO GEORGE H. STUART, MARKED LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN

Cane is made of wood which has been stained a dark brown color. Top of cane has a brass ring with ivory handle. Etched on one side of the handle is “GEORGE H. STUART, LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN DECEMBER 21,… (344-1885). Learn More »

ANTIQUE SHOE BUCKLES WITH MOTHER OF PEARL AND SILVER STUDS

ANTIQUE SHOE BUCKLES WITH MOTHER OF PEARL AND SILVER STUDS

These elaborately designed buckles measure approx. 4” x 2 ¼”. They are made of brass and embellished on the tops with mother of pearl and silver stud decorations. Center attachments are made of… (30-1979). Learn More »

DUG SILVER 18TH CORPS ID BADGE FOR 98TH NEW YORK SOLDIER WOUNDED IN ACTION

DUG SILVER 18TH CORPS ID BADGE FOR 98TH NEW YORK SOLDIER WOUNDED IN ACTION

Silver 18th Corps badge identified to Private Joseph Laclair of Company H, 98th New York Infantry, recovered in the greater Richmond area. Badge meas. approx. 1.75 x 1.75 inches. In both the upper and… (883-20). Learn More »

SILVER ID BADGE – PVT. ROBERT J. WARREN, 1ST MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY & 47TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

SILVER ID BADGE – PVT. ROBERT J. WARREN, 1ST MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY & 47TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

A very handsome Civil War cavalry ID badge or pin identified to Private Robert J. Warren of Lowell, Massachusetts who served in Company I, 1st Massachusetts Cavalry and the 47th Massachusetts… (748-08). Learn More »

FANTASTIC 12TH/25TH CORPS BADGE IDENTIFIED TO WILLIAM PEARL, 102ND NEW YORK INFANTRY

FANTASTIC 12TH/25TH CORPS BADGE IDENTIFIED TO WILLIAM PEARL, 102ND NEW YORK INFANTRY

This silver ID disc in the shape of a 12/25th Corps badge is in very fine condition; the face is engraved, “Lieut. Wm. H. Pearl / 102d / N. Y. V. V.” The badge is connected at the points of the… (748-06). Learn More »

SILVER SUGAR TONGS ENGRAVED WITH INITIALS "AY"

SILVER SUGAR TONGS ENGRAVED WITH INITIALS "AY"

Beautifully engraved silver sugar tongs were made in Newcastle, England circa 1800. There are three symbols embossed to indicate this, as well as the maker’s initials, “C D”.  They are the duty… (179-665). Learn More »

AMERICAN COIN SILVER TABLE SPOON, C1810

AMERICAN COIN SILVER TABLE SPOON, C1810

Spoon is engraved in lovely script with the initials, “IG”. Spoon has a very bright patina. It is slightly warped at the tip and has two small dings. Measures 9”… (179-666). Learn More »

19th CENTURY DRAFTING SET

19th CENTURY DRAFTING SET

Drafting tools in original sharkskin case. Case is sturdy, but top is missing from the hinged lid. Interior is still lined in the original paper and has several sections into which rulers and… (801-138). Learn More »

EXQUISITE, CIVIL WAR-ERA JEWELRY ACCESSORY MADE FROM BRAIDED HUMAN HAIR

EXQUISITE, CIVIL WAR-ERA JEWELRY ACCESSORY MADE FROM BRAIDED HUMAN HAIR

Presented here is a Civil War era woman’s dress accessory in the form of a broach made of braided human hair. Hair jewelry and hair decorations were very popular at the time and were usually made… (526-19). Learn More »

WHITE COTTON CHEMISE C. 1863-1868

WHITE COTTON CHEMISE C. 1863-1868

White cotton chemise with band neckline and center front opening.  The sleeves are cut in one-piece with the body of the chemise; there is slight shaping at the side seams. Machine-made Swiss… (742-84). Learn More »

$80.00
Originally $150.00

LADIES’ WHITE COTTON UNDER SLEEVES

LADIES’ WHITE COTTON UNDER SLEEVES

Pair of simple, utilitarian lady’s undersleeves made from finely woven white cotton. One sleeve has the red stripes and change in weave pattern where the fabric yardage would have been cut to be… (742-58). Learn More »

$80.00
Originally $150.00

WOMEN’S WHITE COTTON DRAWERS C. 1855-1860, WITH C1870S COTTON PETTICOAT

WOMEN’S WHITE COTTON DRAWERS C. 1855-1860, WITH C1870S COTTON PETTICOAT

Well-worn, pieced, patched and mended pair of women’s drawers. Entirely hand-sewn with characteristic mid-19th century construction.  Separate legs are attached to a fitted waistband with china… (742-55). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $200.00

COPPER SILK PEPLUM FROM DRESS C. 1865-1870

COPPER SILK PEPLUM FROM DRESS C. 1865-1870

Deep copper silk faille peplum trimmed with matching silk taffeta trim and twisted cord. The peplum is attached to a belt stiffened with crinoline and is lined in glazed… (742-49). Learn More »

$50.00
Originally $75.00

COTTON PETTICOAT

COTTON PETTICOAT

Cotton petticoat c.1870s styled with a flat front and stroke gathers creating fullness in the back.  Narrow waistband measures ½" high and 25" in circumference and fastens with a brass hook-and-eye… (742-106). Learn More »

$50.00
Originally $95.00

INDIAN WAR ERA TELESCOPE

INDIAN WAR ERA TELESCOPE

Brass body covered in leather measures 9 ¾ inches when closed. When extended the three brass sections measure approx. 19 ¼ inches. Leather covering shows light wear all over. Brass has light patina… (172-3427). Learn More »

CAGE CRINOLINE, LATE 1860s

CAGE CRINOLINE, LATE 1860s

Cage crinoline, 29" long, 80" circumference at bottom edge, six vertical 1⅝" wide woven tapes, 25 thread covered steels, woven tape waistband accommodates 22"-24" waist – buckle missing, leather… (742-57). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $175.00

CAGE CRINOLINE C. 1870S

CAGE CRINOLINE C. 1870S

Narrow cage crinoline worn during the early bustle era. Constructed with five vertical 1¾" wide vertical tapes. Ten 1/16"-wide thread-covered steels create shaping at the top of the crinoline.… (742-53). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $200.00

CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S TRAVELLING FIELD DESK, WITH PATRIOTIC SHIELD LOCK

CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S TRAVELLING FIELD DESK, WITH PATRIOTIC SHIELD LOCK

Upright, dark wooden cabinet designed to sit on table, with lower hinged, fold-down writing lid. Measures 26 x 13.5 X 28.5. Paneled front key-lock is missing its key, as are the key-locks to two… (362-236). Learn More »

$2,250.00
Originally $2,500.00


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US MODEL 1841 “MISSISSIPPI” RIFLE BY ROBBINS, KENDALL & LAWRENCE, ID’D TO 7TH NORTH CAROLINA 1ST SERGEANT

This single shot muzzleloading Model 1841 Mississippi rifle was manufactured by the firm of Robbins, Kendall & Lawrence of Windsor, Vermont in 1847/49 and is identified through a name inscribed on the inside surface of the patchbox door. Barrel… (988-08). Learn More »

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