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ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR “BULLSEYE” CANTEEN

ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR “BULLSEYE” CANTEEN

This is a regulation Civil War tin canteen. Called the “bullseye” pattern because of the eight concentric rings on each side. Complete with three shoulder strap brackets and pewter spout. No wool… (665-26) SOLD. Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY DATED MAY 6, 1865 – LINCOLN ASSASSINATION

HARPER’S WEEKLY DATED MAY 6, 1865 – LINCOLN ASSASSINATION

Dated, “New York, May 6, 1865.” Vol. IX, - No. 436. 16pp., [273-288], 4 column, with numerous illustrations, including the Lincoln death bed scene at the Peterson House and the Funeral March… (959-24) SOLD. Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY DATED APRIL 29, 1865- LINCOLN ASSASSINATION

HARPER’S WEEKLY DATED APRIL 29, 1865- LINCOLN ASSASSINATION

Vol. IX, No. 435. 4 columns, 16 pp. [257-272]. Front page features large lithograph of John Wilkes Booth. In other word, the assassination issue. This issue contains the first report of the… (959-23) SOLD. Learn More »

THE ASSASSINATION OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. FLIGHT, PURSUIT, CAPTURE, AND PUNISHMENT OF THE CONSPIRATORS

THE ASSASSINATION OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. FLIGHT, PURSUIT, CAPTURE, AND PUNISHMENT OF THE CONSPIRATORS

By Osborn B. Oldroyd. Published by Osborn H. Oldroyd, Washington, D.C., 1901. Limited Edition, 250 copies, numbered and signed (copy #89), by Osborn H. Oldroyd. 305 pp., ills., fldg. map. In gray… (959-27) SOLD. Learn More »

1896 COPY OF “CAMP FIRE STORIES” BY THE COLONEL OF THE 12TH INDIANA CAVALRY

1896 COPY OF “CAMP FIRE STORIES” BY THE COLONEL OF THE 12TH INDIANA CAVALRY

Hardcover book meas. approx. 5.50 x 7.75 inches. Front cover has a gold embossed title in the upper left hand corner with an illustration of marching soldiers in the lower right. Title is boldly… (522-293) SOLD. Learn More »

$30.00
SOLD

RELIC U.S. CAVALRY SPUR

RELIC U.S. CAVALRY SPUR

This is a single, excavated cavalry spur.  Federal style spur without gutter at heel. Rowel is missing. Nice brown color to the brass, with green in areas. Maker marked, “GTB”. Very good… (665-47) SOLD. Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

RELIC U.S. CAVALRY SPUR

RELIC U.S. CAVALRY SPUR

This is a single, excavated cavalry spur.  Federal style spur without gutter at heel. Rowel is missing. Nice brown color to the brass. Very good “dug” condition. Recovered from Brandy Station… (665-46) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

RELIC U.S. CAVALRY SPUR

RELIC U.S. CAVALRY SPUR

This is a single, excavated cavalry spur.  Federal style spur without gutter at heel. Rowel is missing. Nice light brown color to the brass with some original gilt showing in areas. Very good… (665-45) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

CANDLE SNUFFER / WICK TRIMMER

CANDLE SNUFFER / WICK TRIMMER

Candle snuffer stands on three legs and has a sharp point for digging the wick out of the wax so the wick can be trimmed. Made of brass. Measures 6 ¼” long x 1 ½” high x 2 ¼” wide at the… (179-796) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

VICTORIAN PRINCE ALBERT’S “GO TO BED” MATCH SAFE

VICTORIAN PRINCE ALBERT’S “GO TO BED” MATCH SAFE

This brass match safe was called the, “go to bed” matchbox, because of the small finial on the top which allowed one to place a lighted match into, place on the mantle, then have 30 seconds to get… (179-793) SOLD. Learn More »

$70.00
SOLD

BUST VIEW CDV OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL ALBERT PIKE

BUST VIEW CDV OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL ALBERT PIKE

Image shows Pike with his typically long curling hair in a light civilian suit with a dark vest. Image is clear. Contrast is good. Could be just a bit darker than it is. Mount and image have only… (259-178) SOLD. Learn More »

CDV OF VERMONT OFFICER

CDV OF VERMONT OFFICER

Image is a chest-up view of a Union officer wearing a shell jacket with shoulder straps. Image is clear and the contrast is very good. Light surface dirt is present. Image has yellowed with… (172-4826) SOLD. Learn More »

$55.00
SOLD

CDV OF MARY TODD LINCOLN

CDV OF MARY TODD LINCOLN

CDV is a full seated view of Mary Todd Lincoln wearing a dark colored floral print dress with fancy pleated trim on the wide pagoda sleeves. One hand is resting on the table next to her, holding a… (259-130) SOLD. Learn More »

CABINET CARD IMAGE OF U.S. GRANT & FAMILY AT MT. McGREGOR, N.Y. - 1885

CABINET CARD IMAGE OF U.S. GRANT & FAMILY AT MT. McGREGOR, N.Y. - 1885

Image shows President Grant, his wife Julia and family resting on the porch of the cottage where Grant spent his last days writing his memoirs. Card measures 4 ¼” x 6 ½”. Image is clear with… (172-5149) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

FARMERS BANK OF KENTUCKY $10 NOTE

FARMERS BANK OF KENTUCKY $10 NOTE

Note from Frankfort, Kentucky features a lithograph image of a woman in dress with a barrel by the river bank. A steamboat in the background. On either side of this are bust views of a man and woman.… (L15304) SOLD. Learn More »

$10.00
SOLD

UNION PATRIOTIC ENVELOPE

UNION PATRIOTIC ENVELOPE

Unused patriotic envelope. Left corner has a woodcut of an officer with his sword drawn and holding it at “SHOULDER ARMS” while behind him are tents and a 1st pattern Confederate National Flag.… (668-70) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

THE SWAMP ANGEL NEWSPAPER

THE SWAMP ANGEL NEWSPAPER

Vol. 1, Morris Island, S.C., May 19, 1864, No. 1. Front page article is titled, “THE MASSACRE AT FORT PILLOW’. Other pages feature various articles about the latest happenings in the war,… (665-09) SOLD. Learn More »

WARTIME NEW YORK RECTANGULAR PLATE

WARTIME NEW YORK RECTANGULAR PLATE

Slightly convex cast brass plate with a stippled background and an integral gothic “NY” within a wreath. The face of the plate has a light patina and light surface dirt from age and storage.… (410-142) SOLD. Learn More »

SINGLE SMITH’S PATENT SHOULDER STRAP

SINGLE SMITH’S PATENT SHOULDER STRAP

Strap is for a 2nd Lieutenant of Infantry. It has the patented stamped brass false embroidered border with a sky blue rank field at center and a dark blue backing underneath. The brass border shows… (410-137) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

ARTILLERY WATER BUCKET

ARTILLERY WATER BUCKET

An interesting and rarely encountered artifact. This is a heavy iron water bucket for a Civil War field gun. This specimen measures approximately 9” in diameter and 9 ½” tall. A 5” wide opening… (766-861) SOLD. Learn More »


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GROUPING ID'D TO CAPTAIN RICHARD J. RICHARDS, CO. H, 21ST NEW JERSEY INFANTRY

The grouping consists of Captain Richards' scrapbook of the Co. "H", 21st New Jersey Infantry, as well as his personal shaving box, which contains the following items: (1) Officer's belt plate-M1851 brass plate with no keeper, exhibiting dark coppery… (30-1516). Learn More »

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