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CIVIL WAR ERA CAMP MIRROR

CIVIL WAR ERA CAMP MIRROR

Wooden case has riveted swing- away cover to protect mirror when not in use. Original mirror shows light to moderate oxidation. Wood base behind mirror has a small area of cracking, overall this piece… (33-298). Learn More »

C1850’s COLOGNE BOTTLE

C1850’s COLOGNE BOTTLE

Aqua glass bottle is in the shape of a demijohn. Shows embossed basket weave design and oval panel for paper label. Pontil scar is present. Bubbles and irregularities are present in the glass due to… (179-834). Learn More »

C1850’s COLOGNE BOTTLE

C1850’s COLOGNE BOTTLE

Aqua glass bottle is in the shape of a demijohn. Shows embossed basket weave design and oval panel for paper label. Pontil scar is present. Bubbles and irregularities are present in the glass due to… (179-835). Learn More »

PERFUME BOTTLE

PERFUME BOTTLE

Clear, uniquely shaped bottle has embossed ribbon and leaf design. Shows applied top and polished pontil scar. Neck is embossed with a “B” and an “X”. Bubbles and irregularities are present… (998-1636). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA GOODYEAR’S PATENT U.S. NAVY GUTTA PERCHA SHAVING KIT

CIVIL WAR ERA GOODYEAR’S PATENT U.S. NAVY GUTTA PERCHA SHAVING KIT

Shaving kit is two pieces that open up to reveal a mirror inside of the lid. Bottom dish was meant to hold a bar of shaving soap. Top of lid has a ribbed design with an embossed image in the center of… (998-636). 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 »

CIVIL WAR PERIOD TIN SHAVING MUG

CIVIL WAR PERIOD TIN SHAVING MUG

Tin shaving mug in good condition with no dents or holes. There is light surface rust and dirt with minor pitting throughout. A nice example of a Civil War period item.  … (986-08). Learn More »

VINTAGE CAST IRON TABLE TOP MIRROR FRAME

VINTAGE CAST IRON TABLE TOP MIRROR FRAME

Iron scrollwork frame has been painted black. Swivel stand is present on reverse. Light surface rust is present in areas, which only adds to the character of this piece. Measures 10” high x 10”… (909-144). Learn More »

PACK OF CIVIL WAR PERIOD COMBS

PACK OF CIVIL WAR PERIOD COMBS

These are pocket combs made of tortoise shell. Each one meas. approx. 3.50 inches long x 1.00 inch high. The package looks to have 6 combs still inside the original paper wrapper with two combs… (108-446). Learn More »

PARIS MARKED PEWTER SHAVING MIRROR

PARIS MARKED PEWTER SHAVING MIRROR

Mirror is encased in a circular pewter case with removable lid. Lid is plain but underside was once lined with a purple cloth. Back of the case has tin wire stand. The back has an embossed oak leaf… (465-44). 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 »


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US MODEL 1860 AMES CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER WITH WOOD LINED STEEL SCABBARD

Manufactured: Chicopee, Mass. Maker: Ames Mfg. Co. Year: Civil War Model: M1860 Size: 35 inch blade Condition: Excellent+ This regulation M1860 Cavalry Officer has the decorated guard with the eagle, decorated branches and pommel. The grip is… (870-122). Learn More »

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