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FULL COLOR REUNION RIBBON FOR THE FAMOUS “PHILADELPHIA BRIGADE”

FULL COLOR REUNION RIBBON FOR THE FAMOUS “PHILADELPHIA BRIGADE”

White ribbon meas. approx. 2.50 inches wide by 6.00 inches long. At center is a red, white and blue 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, 2nd Corps flag on a golden pole within a golden sunburst. Across the top… (286-549) SOLD. Learn More »

EAGLE MASTHEAD DISCHARGE AND CIVIL WAR ERA LEATHER WALLET ID’D TO CORP. ALONZO B. MCKENZIE, 140TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY – WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG!

EAGLE MASTHEAD DISCHARGE AND CIVIL WAR ERA LEATHER WALLET ID’D TO CORP. ALONZO B. MCKENZIE, 140TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY – WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG!

Eagle mast discharge, documents, and Civil War era leather wallet of Corporal Alonzo B. McKenzie, 140th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, wounded at Gettysburg.  Alonzo mustered in to Company F of… (1054-2142) SOLD. Learn More »

UNIDENTIFIED SIXTH PLATE TIN OF SEATED FEDERAL SOLDIER IN UNION CASE

UNIDENTIFIED SIXTH PLATE TIN OF SEATED FEDERAL SOLDIER IN UNION CASE

Clean clear image of a Union Private seated at a table on which his forage cap rests. He wears a dark frock coat with attachments for shoulder scales visible. He coat is buttoned at the throat but the… (1054-160) SOLD. Learn More »

SIXTH PLATE TINTYPE OF SEATED ARMED UNION SOLDIER

SIXTH PLATE TINTYPE OF SEATED ARMED UNION SOLDIER

Young beardless soldier seated in a chair holding his musket by his side with the barrel facing forward. He wears a dark forage cap at a jaunty angle with a Company letter “D” attached to the… (1054-155) SOLD. Learn More »

MODEL 1839 US CIVIL WAR CAVALRY CARBINE SLING

MODEL 1839 US CIVIL WAR CAVALRY CARBINE SLING

Model 1839 Civil War complete carbine sling.  A standard issue item for mounted troopers, the adjustable belt of black bridle leather is 2 3/8” wide and worn over the shoulder, with the swivel hook… (M26042) SOLD. Learn More »

IDENTIFIED WORLD WAR TWO US 11TH AIRBORNE BLOUSE & MONEYBELT

IDENTIFIED WORLD WAR TWO US 11TH AIRBORNE BLOUSE & MONEYBELT

Blouse is identified by laundry number P4719 to John C. Place of East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania whose serial number was 33464179. The blouse is a four pocket with a 1942 date on the cloth tag in the… (1042-17) SOLD. Learn More »

WORLD WAR TWO US IKE JACKET IDENTIFIED TO 9TH INFANTRY DIVISION SOLDIER WITH GERMAN MADE DISTINCTIVE UNIT INSIGNIA

WORLD WAR TWO US IKE JACKET IDENTIFIED TO 9TH INFANTRY DIVISION SOLDIER WITH GERMAN MADE DISTINCTIVE UNIT INSIGNIA

Jacket is in very nice condition. The exterior is clean and free of any blemishes. All cloth insignia is attached with attractive “V” shaped stitching. The insignia on the jacket consists of Staff… (1042-15) SOLD. Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ISSUE ENLISTED OVERCOAT IDENTIFIED TO LEMUEL FRANKLIN LISCOM, 14th NEW HAMPSHIRE

CIVIL WAR ISSUE ENLISTED OVERCOAT IDENTIFIED TO LEMUEL FRANKLIN LISCOM, 14th NEW HAMPSHIRE

This mounted overcoat came out of the Liscom family of Hinsdale, NH, as part of a large grouping of Civil War material acquired twenty or more years ago by Hank Ford, a rather legendary New England… (1046-04) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CARBINE BUCKLE RECOVERED IN THE CAMP OF THE 57TH VIRGINIA

CONFEDERATE CARBINE BUCKLE RECOVERED IN THE CAMP OF THE 57TH VIRGINIA

Buckle looks very much like the US issue carbine buckle except it is more crudely made. Both tongues appear to be made of scrap brass and the body of the buckle itself is thicker than the US… (1061-14) SOLD. Learn More »

FRAMED PRINT – UNION STANDARD BEARER by DON TROIANI

FRAMED PRINT – UNION STANDARD BEARER by DON TROIANI

This archivally framed print produced by artist Don Troiani measures approx. 16" x 21”; frame measures 25.5" x 30".  Overall excellent condition.  Does NOT have an accompanying artist signed… (231-09) SOLD. Learn More »

LARGE CARPET BAG DATED 1865

LARGE CARPET BAG DATED 1865

Original carpet bag typical of the Civil War and Reconstruction era.  Main body constructed of heavy “carpet”; bottom and sides of leather. A hinged metal frame keeps the top edge rigid and a… (1054-311) SOLD. Learn More »

MINTY COLT ARMY HOLSTER

MINTY COLT ARMY HOLSTER

This minty holster is a non-regulation military style for the Colt Army revolver. Meadows (1987) pictures a nice parallel on page 68 (and for a pocket model on page 72.) The belt loop is a single… (172-5388) SOLD. Learn More »

COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER HOLSTER

COLT MODEL 1849 POCKET REVOLVER HOLSTER

The .31 caliber Colt pocket was a very popular pistol manufactured from 1850 all the way through 1873. By the end of the Civil War serial numbers had reached 280,000. It was a favorite of western… (172-5397) SOLD. Learn More »

MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD BY SAERBIER – REMARKABLE BLADE WITH BATTLE SCENES

MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD BY SAERBIER – REMARKABLE BLADE WITH BATTLE SCENES

Manufactured: Newark, NJ Maker: Sauerbier, Henry J. Year: Civil War Model: 1850 Foot Officer Size: 31.4 inch blade, 1.08 wide, .285 thick Henry Sauerbier Model 1850 foot officer sword with a sharkskin… (870-369) SOLD. Learn More »

EAGLE MASTHEAD DISCHARGE – PVT. JOSIAH WICKARD, 7TH MICHIGAN CAVALRY

EAGLE MASTHEAD DISCHARGE – PVT. JOSIAH WICKARD, 7TH MICHIGAN CAVALRY

Eagle mast discharge for a trooper of the famed 7th Michigan Cavalry!  Private Josiah Wickard enlisted at age 35 from Leroy, Michigan into Company L.  He was a late addition to the regiment,… (1054-1187) SOLD. Learn More »

8th ILLINOIS CAVALRY 1909 REUNION RIBBON

8th ILLINOIS CAVALRY 1909 REUNION RIBBON

A nice silver on yellow ribbon for the 1909 re-union of the 8th Illinois Cavalry, a well-known Midwestern unit that served in the Army of the Potomac and at Gettysburg. A narrow border of what seem to… (1054-449) SOLD. Learn More »

1905 REUNION RIBBON FOR THE 126th NEW YORK

1905 REUNION RIBBON FOR THE 126th NEW YORK

A very good condition ribbon for the 126th NY in blue silk with white lettering and a prominent red Second Corps badge on a white circle in the middle flanked by “A.P.” (Army of the Potomac.) The… (1054-441) SOLD. Learn More »

GAR “GOOD LUCK” HORSESHOE PLAQUE, CA. 1900

GAR “GOOD LUCK” HORSESHOE PLAQUE, CA. 1900

Unique wall plaque with metallic GAR ribbon & star mounted on authentic horse-shoe [with dog on easel below]. Measures 9” in height, 7.5” in width. Attractively painted, handsome piece of… (30-1760) SOLD. Learn More »

$145.00
Originally $225.00


SOLD

PEWTER TIN FOR PENS & PENCILS

PEWTER TIN FOR PENS & PENCILS

Early 19th century stationary box with old label attached within the lid.   JOHN SHILLITO Co. #1602.  Dept.510. 19th Century oblong  pewter STATIONARY BOX   The inside is divided into… (30-1714) SOLD. Learn More »

$85.00
Originally $145.00


SOLD

THE TOMBSTONE [ARIZONA] EPITAPH - OCTOBER 12, 1880

THE TOMBSTONE [ARIZONA] EPITAPH - OCTOBER 12, 1880

“Published by Clum, Sorin & Co…Every morning (Mondays excepted). Daily Epitaph, delivered per week, 25 cents.” 4 pp., 15.25 x 22.25”, six columns. Exhibits four small tears at margins,… (998-2128) SOLD. Learn More »


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RARE CONFEDERATE MANUFACTURED 12 POUNDER IRON HOWITZER TUBE MADE BY TREDEGAR IRON WORKS IN RICHMOND, DATED 1862!

This foundry was named for the famous iron works at Tredegar, Wales; the Tredegar Iron Works opened in 1837 and was active in the foundry trade for many years in Richmond until 1952. In 1841 Joseph Anderson became involved with the Tredegar foundry… (455-09). Learn More »

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