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CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY LANYARD

CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY LANYARD

Civil War cannons were fired using friction primers set in the vent hole at the breech once the gun was loaded. These primers had a small wire with a loop on the end which was yanked out to ignite a… (M26274) SOLD. Learn More »

1880'S EAGLE INSIGNIA FOR A CAVALRY HELMET

1880'S EAGLE INSIGNIA FOR A CAVALRY HELMET

Stamped brass spread-winged eagle with a patriotic shield on his chest. Between the eagle and the shield are a pair of crossed cavalry sabers. Reverse of the plate has all three attachment loops. The… (668-183) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

U.S. REGULATION CIVIL WAR TIN CUP

U.S. REGULATION CIVIL WAR TIN CUP

This is a regulation tin cup of the Civil War-era. It is constructed of heavy gauge tin with rolled lip on top edge, bottom attached by solder, and handle attached by a single rivet on bottom and two… (809-92) SOLD. Learn More »

EMPTY CDV ALBUM

EMPTY CDV ALBUM

Empty Brown, blind-stamped leather album,  3.75 x 5.125”, 12 leaves, w/ bronze clasp, gilt stamped spine (“Album”), with raised bands, and gilt edges. Exhibits very slight cover wear. Else… (1054-2098) SOLD. Learn More »

$40.00
SOLD

BULLET IN BURNT WOOD BEAM – RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

BULLET IN BURNT WOOD BEAM – RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

Piece of charred wood was recovered from the Gettysburg Battlefield. It was likely from either the Sherfy or Bliss Farms, as they were the only barns that burned during the battle. A round ball is… (1054-2625) SOLD. Learn More »

CIVIL WAR DISCHARGE – ASSISTANT SURGEON J. HENDERSON SMITH, 211TH PENNSYLVANIA

CIVIL WAR DISCHARGE – ASSISTANT SURGEON J. HENDERSON SMITH, 211TH PENNSYLVANIA

Eagle mast discharge (copy) for Private George Bolden, 1st Regiment, Maryland (US) Volunteers.  George was a veteran, who enlisted in May 1861 and reenlisted in February 1864 to continue his service… (1053-51P) SOLD. Learn More »

$55.00
SOLD

CIVIL WAR DISCHARGE – ASSISTANT SURGEON J. HENDERSON SMITH, 211TH PENNSYLVANIA

CIVIL WAR DISCHARGE – ASSISTANT SURGEON J. HENDERSON SMITH, 211TH PENNSYLVANIA

Crisp eagle mast discharge, nicely framed and matted.  Printing is sharp, with little fading of ink, making the entire document nicely legible and fit for display.  The discharged soldier, J.… (1054-195) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

DRUMMER BOY DISCHARGE - MUSICIAN NORMAN B. PUFFER, 10TH VERMONT INFANTRY / 16TH REGT, 2ND BATTALION, VETERAN RESERVE CORPS

DRUMMER BOY DISCHARGE - MUSICIAN NORMAN B. PUFFER, 10TH VERMONT INFANTRY / 16TH REGT, 2ND BATTALION, VETERAN RESERVE CORPS

Standard “To All Whom It May Concern” discharge form, recording the enlistment of Norman B. Puffer in the 10th Vermont regimental band, 6/19/1862, his transfer to the Veteran Reserve Corps,… (1054-1188) SOLD. Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY LANYARD

CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY LANYARD

The propellant charges of Civil War artillery rounds were ignited by friction primers set in the vent hole at the breech of the piece once it was loaded. A small wire with a loop on the end was yanked… (476-110) SOLD. Learn More »

BEAUTIFUL SECOND-GENERATION COLT WALKER REVOLVER WITH PRESENTATION CASE & BOOK

BEAUTIFUL SECOND-GENERATION COLT WALKER REVOLVER WITH PRESENTATION CASE & BOOK

This Colt Walker comes with all of the original packaging as well as documents. This revolver has never had the cylinder rotated or the action worked. The 9.00-inch barrel retains all of its original… (1072-01) SOLD. Learn More »

US M1905E1 BAYONET & SCABBARD FOR THE M1 GARAND WITH “BOWIE” POINT

US M1905E1 BAYONET & SCABBARD FOR THE M1 GARAND WITH “BOWIE” POINT

When the government adopted the shortened version of the 1905 bayonet for the M1 Garand in 1943 a large number of the longer 1905 bayonets were simply shortened to match the new production and… (1047-180) SOLD. Learn More »

INK SIGNED WAIST-UP CDV OF 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY ENLISTED MAN

INK SIGNED WAIST-UP CDV OF 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY ENLISTED MAN

Image shows Henry Sayers in a dark commercial sack coat with a black felt collar and pocket on the left breast. Beneath it he wears a matching dark military vest. Bottom of the mount is signed "YOURS… (945-111) SOLD. Learn More »

ALS ASSISTANT US SURGEON GENERAL DR. C. H. CRANE (ONE OF LINCOLN’S DEATH-BED DOCTORS)

ALS ASSISTANT US SURGEON GENERAL DR. C. H. CRANE (ONE OF LINCOLN’S DEATH-BED DOCTORS)

Dated “November 29, 1864.” Addressed to “Surgeon Robt. Murray, USA/ Medl. Purveyor/ Philadelphia, PA.” 1 page, in ink, w/ printed letter-head - “Surgeon Generals’ Office/ Washington City,… (1054-2222) SOLD. Learn More »

DISCHARGE FOR 1ST LT. JOHN M. WATERMAN, 76TH NEW YORK INFANTRY; SIGNED BY LT. COL. JOHN E. COOK, WOUNDED 3 TIMES INCLUDING AT GETTYSBURG

DISCHARGE FOR 1ST LT. JOHN M. WATERMAN, 76TH NEW YORK INFANTRY; SIGNED BY LT. COL. JOHN E. COOK, WOUNDED 3 TIMES INCLUDING AT GETTYSBURG

Standard 8 ½” x 10 ¾” discharge, pre-printed and ink.  Waterman enlisted 10/14/61 and was discharged 10/10/64 at Yellow House, VA. Waterman was born in Decatur, NY and was a painter by… (1054-2234) SOLD. Learn More »

SLAVE INHERITANCE PAPER FROM 1854

SLAVE INHERITANCE PAPER FROM 1854

Document is a receipt dated May 20, 1854, from the executor of the estate of Milton Ford. Mr. Ford left to his daughter Lucy W. Ford Cottrell, wife of Sutton F. Cottrell, the title to “a Negro girl… (1054-2335) SOLD. Learn More »

RELIC MODEL 1835/40 .69 CALIBER BAYONET RECOVERED FROM RICHMOND, VA

RELIC MODEL 1835/40 .69 CALIBER BAYONET RECOVERED FROM RICHMOND, VA

Relic socket bayonet was recovered in the 1950’s from Richmond, VA. Locking ring with screw is present and freely moves. Measures 21” long. Item shows light surface rust and… (490-1829) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

1799 DATED PENNSYLVANIA CARVED POWDER HORN

1799 DATED PENNSYLVANIA CARVED POWDER HORN

This horn dates right in the Golden Age of the Pennsylvania rifle, but in contrast to the high-art, Rococo elements of that quintessentially American firearm, displays traditional Pennsylvania German… (909-184) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND COLLECTED 5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE

CONFEDERATE CAPTURED AND COLLECTED 5TH MODEL BURNSIDE CARBINE

Original Civil War Burnside 5th Model carbine with “Z” stamp in the wood of the stock to the rear of the trigger guard. This mark shows that the weapon was captured or collected from a battlefield… (218-544) SOLD. Learn More »

BRIGADIER GENERAL SHOULDER STRAPS OF GEN. JOHN RAMSEY, WOUNDED AT CHANCELLORSVILLE, THE ROSE WOODS AT GETTYSBURG, AND AT PETERSBURG

BRIGADIER GENERAL SHOULDER STRAPS OF GEN. JOHN RAMSEY, WOUNDED AT CHANCELLORSVILLE, THE ROSE WOODS AT GETTYSBURG, AND AT PETERSBURG

John Ramsey was a fighting officer. Commissioned first on 5/1/61 at age 24 as Captain of Co. G, 2nd NJ Militia, also known at the 18th NJ, a three-month regiment, he served at Washington and… (142-63) SOLD. Learn More »

ARTILLERY HOT SHOT FORK

ARTILLERY HOT SHOT FORK

Fire was an effective weapon against wooden structures, fortifications, and warships. Seacoast forts were usually equipped with large furnaces to bring solid shot to a red heat. Loaded on top of some… (819-126) SOLD. Learn More »


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CONFEDERATE RICHMOND CARBINE

Completely original Richmond Carbine in fair condition. Overall length of the weapon is 40.50 inches measuring from the center of the buttplate to the muzzle. All metal is a dark iron except for the buttplate and nose cap which are brass. The .58… (172-4614). Learn More »

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