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RED CLOTH SMOKING CAP OF A PATTERN KNOWN TO BE USED BY THE 5TH MAINE INFANTRY

RED CLOTH SMOKING CAP OF A PATTERN KNOWN TO BE USED BY THE 5TH MAINE INFANTRY

This stocking style cap is made of four pieces of red cotton cloth gathered at the top. Laid flat the cap meas. approx. 16.00 inches long x 10.00 inches wide. Around the base of the cap are three… (33-138). Learn More »

US EAGLE “I” OFFICER’S OVERCOAT SIZE BUTTON

US EAGLE “I” OFFICER’S OVERCOAT SIZE BUTTON

Non-dug U.S. Infantry officer’s overcoat button.  Eagle with “I” in shield. The shank has been removed and a pin device has been added. “Extra Quality” back mark. … (801-44). Learn More »

HANDSOME CIVIL WAR PROVOST GUARD BADGE ID'D TO NELSON CHAPMAN, 21ST CONNECTICUT INFANTRY

HANDSOME CIVIL WAR PROVOST GUARD BADGE ID'D TO NELSON CHAPMAN, 21ST CONNECTICUT INFANTRY

This finely made, circular silver disc measures 1 5/8" diameter and has a cut-out center in the shape of a five-pointed star surrounded by a 1/4" engraved belt and buckle border. Beautifully inscribed… (748-13). Learn More »

US CHRISTIAN COMMISSION “IDENTIFIER” TAG – AZRO MILLS, 9TH MAINE VOLUNTEERS

US CHRISTIAN COMMISSION “IDENTIFIER” TAG – AZRO MILLS, 9TH MAINE VOLUNTEERS

Early version of an ID tag or disk, this small paper measures 2 7/8" x 1 5/8".  A small hole at left with a metal ring allows being worn around the neck.  Pre-printed form on each side is filled out… (748-10). 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 »

NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BASKET

NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN BASKET

Basket was woven circa 1930’s of split oak. Basket is sturdy and weave is tight. No broken reeds. Measures 12 ½” across the top x 8 ½” in height. A great vintage basket that is also… (172-3874). Learn More »

SPECTACULAR, NON-DUG, 2nd CORPS ID DISC OF CIVIL WAR VETERAN MADISON F. OTTMAN, 4TH NY HEAVY ARTILLERY

SPECTACULAR, NON-DUG, 2nd CORPS ID DISC OF CIVIL WAR VETERAN MADISON F. OTTMAN, 4TH NY HEAVY ARTILLERY

This handsome artifact is a Civil War soldier’s identification badge in truly outstanding condition. The fine silver badge, in the shape of the trefoil on a stem, exhibits a wonderful… (748-04). Learn More »

BINOCULARS WITH LEATHER CASE

BINOCULARS WITH LEATHER CASE

French made field glasses are leather wrapped brass. Leather is mostly intact but has some light crazing and is peeling in a few places. Optics are good but a little cloudy. Maker’s mark reads,… (801-20). 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

FUR COLLAR AND MUFF IN ORIGINAL C. 1840-1850

FUR COLLAR AND MUFF IN ORIGINAL C. 1840-1850

Triangular pelerine fur collar with quilted silk lining measures 8½" deep at center back and center front. Four thread covered buttons at the front.  Twisted cords are attached to the upper pair of… (742-72). Learn More »

$200.00
Originally $275.00

WHITE COTTON PETTICOAT C1865-1875

WHITE COTTON PETTICOAT C1865-1875

White cotton petticoat gathered into fitted waistband has more fullness in the back than in the front. Waistband fastens with cotton twill tape ties.  There is a laundry mark with a name at one end… (742-61). Learn More »

$40.00
Originally $75.00

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

BLACK VELVET BONNET C. 1880-1890

BLACK VELVET BONNET C. 1880-1890

Black velvet bonnet mounted on a wire and buckram frame. Lightweight glazed black cotton lining. Stamp inside lining “Wanamaker. Berlin, Paris, Philadelphia.”  The top of the crown is trimmed… (742-54). Learn More »

$50.00
Originally $75.00

GREEN AND ECRU PLAID SILK TAFFETA BASQUE BODICE

GREEN AND ECRU PLAID SILK TAFFETA BASQUE BODICE

Basque bodice features a round neckline, closes with 14 hooks-and-eyes sewn with a continuous thread, and has a bias self-fabric facing on the bottom. The top flounce on the open sleeves is unlined;… (742-50). Learn More »

$80.00
Originally $125.00
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THREE PIECE PRESENTATION COIN SILVER TEA SERVICE

Produced by Monell & Williams, New York, circa 1823.  This superb set consists of a teapot, covered sugar and creamer, with elaborate sheaf-of-wheat finials, on lobed bodies.  Each piece carries the inscription, “Presented by the Boston Light… (30-1856). Learn More »

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