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PEWTER TIN FOR PENS & PENCILS

PEWTER TIN FOR PENS & PENCILS

Early 19th century stationary box with old label attached within the lid.   JOHN SHILLITO Co. #1602.  Dept.510. 19th Century oblong  pewter STATIONARY BOX   The inside is divided into… (30-1714). Learn More »

TORTOISESHELL COMB

TORTOISESHELL COMB

This nearly 8 inch tortoiseshell comb has all of its teeth intact but has a slight chip on the end near the small combs. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS… (344-1081). Learn More »

SECTION OF A PEWTER MIRROR RECOVERED FROM CS WINTER CAMP, CAROLINE COUNTY, VIRGINIA

SECTION OF A PEWTER MIRROR RECOVERED FROM CS WINTER CAMP, CAROLINE COUNTY, VIRGINIA

This back of a pewter mirror was found in September 1975 in the Confederate Winter Campsite in Caroline County, Va. It measures nearly 4 inches in diameter and is in relic… (R19495). Learn More »

FRENCH PAPER MACHÉ SNUFF BOX, CIRCA EARLY 19TH CENTURY

FRENCH PAPER MACHÉ SNUFF BOX, CIRCA EARLY 19TH CENTURY

This snuff box features paper maché artwork of a French dignitary. The box measures 3.25" by 2.25" by .75". Exhibits minor wear along edge where one opens the box.  This excellent, early 19th… (30-1657). Learn More »

BUFF LEATHER CASE FOR OPERA GLASSES

BUFF LEATHER CASE FOR OPERA GLASSES

No opera glasses included with this buff leather case featuring a floral interior design. The case measures 5.5" width and 5" height. It shows a slight tear near the base of the case but is in overall… (344-1032). Learn More »

PRE-CIVIL WAR SONG SHEET, “UNFURL THE GLORIOUS BANNER, A PATRIOTIC SONG” - 102nd PENNSYLVANIA VOLS. “DUQUESNE GREYS”

PRE-CIVIL WAR SONG SHEET, “UNFURL THE GLORIOUS BANNER, A PATRIOTIC SONG” - 102nd PENNSYLVANIA VOLS. “DUQUESNE GREYS”

Words by Edward J. Allen, music composed by Henry Kleber. Published by H. Kleber & Bro., Pittsburg. Signed in ink, in upper margin, “from Ed, July 1, 1856.” Measuring 9.5 x 13”, the… (503-27). Learn More »

$250.00
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SILVER SPOON BY JOHN H. TYLER & CO.

SILVER SPOON BY JOHN H. TYLER & CO.

Approximately 8 ½ inches in length. Marked on the back “John H. Tyler & Co.”. Engraved on the handle are the initials "APB" [?]. (446-20). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG SHOE HORN

GETTYSBURG SHOE HORN

Advertising shoe horn for "Eckert's Store, On The Square, Gettysburg, Pa." The lettering is stamped into the face of the shoe horn. Finish is worn throughout which has allowed some rust to form. (67-936). Learn More »

HORN SNUFF BOX

HORN SNUFF BOX

Ca. 1860s-1870s Darkly colored horn box with hinged lid. Measures 3.5 x 1.875". Hinge slightly broken and sprung at one end, and lid is somewhat scratched. Else VG. (179-363). Learn More »

SNUFF BOX

SNUFF BOX

Round oval shaped wooden snuff box with a black lacquer. Two small diamond shaped German silver inlays on the lid. A few scuffs and blemishes as well as cracks in the lacquer. Measures 3.5" length,… (558-1317). Learn More »

$60.00
Originally $85.00

PAINTED SNUFF BOX

PAINTED SNUFF BOX

This round snuff box features a gold painted top with a transfer of a scene of a nobleman with his wife and a servant in a garden. Measures 3" diameter and .75" height. (558-1313). Learn More »

$75.00
Originally $100.00

SNUFF BOX

SNUFF BOX

Cheese box style snuff box. Leather tab intact on the wooden lid. Not too much wear on the exterior leather. Measures 2.5" length, 1.5 width, and 2" height. (558-1303). Learn More »

$95.00
Originally $125.00

SINGLE BRASS CANDLESTICK HOLDER

SINGLE BRASS CANDLESTICK HOLDER

Ca. 1860s-1870s. Measures 9.5" in height, with 2" crown [for 1" candle], 3.5" square bass. Moderately tarnished with traces of verdigris around base. Else VG, & solid. (179-387). Learn More »

BONE CROCHET HOOK

BONE CROCHET HOOK

Carved from solid bone this crochet hook is 4 7/8 inches long. It tapers from the center to a point on one end and a small hook on the other. (558-1275). Learn More »

$30.00
Originally $49.50

PHILADELPHIA NAVAL YARD WATCHMAN'S BADGE

PHILADELPHIA NAVAL YARD WATCHMAN'S BADGE

Ca. 1870s-80s. Front engraving reads, "WATCHMAN PHILA N. Y."  Brass shield-style measuring 2.5 x 2.5" with vertical pin clasp (bottom soldering broken & missing). Coppery patina with some… (179-106). Learn More »

RHODE ISLAND "BAND OF HOPE" BADGE PIN

RHODE ISLAND "BAND OF HOPE" BADGE PIN

Ca. 1860s. Silver R.I. badge measuring 1" x 1.25", featuring a banner - 'BAND OF HOPE' - superimposed upon an anchor which is itself superimposed upon an American shield. Straight vertical pin… (179-66). Learn More »

CIRCA 1820-1860 FLY TRAP

CIRCA 1820-1860 FLY TRAP

Excellent, rare sealed American fly trap ("New York"). Measures approx. 7 1/2" tall; base is 7" in diameter; top opening is 1" in diameter. Two small chips out at top lip, otherwise no cracks or… (14-1412). Learn More »


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MOORE’S PATENT FIREARMS COMPANY FRONT LOADING REVOLVER

This a .32 caliber Moore revolver from National Arms Company, Brooklyn New York. This is the “teat fire” revolver, one style of several that were designed to get around the Smith & Wesson rimfire patents. This has a 3 ¼” round barrel, six… (809-08). Learn More »

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