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CIVIL WAR DRUMSTICKS

CIVIL WAR DRUMSTICKS

Nice pair of wooden drumsticks that are made out of ebony. Wood is in excellent condition with no cracks. One drumstick has thread wrapped around the bottom. There are some slight scratches and dings… (801-471). Learn More »

SONG SHEET “CAPTURE OF RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG”

SONG SHEET “CAPTURE OF RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG”

This broadside poem was written and published by G.P. Hardwick in 1865 from the Clerk’s Office of the District Court for the District of Columbia. “Respectfully Dedicated to the Army of the… (195-112). Learn More »

CIRCA 1820-25 ENGLISH KEYED BUGLE

CIRCA 1820-25 ENGLISH KEYED BUGLE

Doubtless one of the finest examples extant. The piece was professionally restored a number of years ago and remains in pristine, almost new condition. Measures 20” overall, with a copper body with… (801-01). Learn More »

LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY SLAPSTICK

LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY SLAPSTICK

Slapsticks were used in the circus by clowns. A small caliber blank was inserted in one end and when the clown hit someone with the stick the blank would fire making a loud crack and some smoke. This… (172-3044). 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 »


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WARTIME UNIFORM AND SLOUCH HAT IDENTIFIED TO THE MAJOR OF THE 16TH NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY

This group consists of a double-breasted frock coat, sash, slouch hat, and shirt belonging to Major Charles E. Pearce. These items were purchased from the family of Major Pearce by the late, well-known Civil War collector and dealer James Stamatelos… (163-107). Learn More »

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