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CW DIARY AND CDV OF PRIVATE ALEMSON [ALANSON] WELSHER, 8th NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY - WOUNDED IN ACTION AT REAMS STATION VA IN 1864

CW DIARY AND CDV OF PRIVATE ALEMSON [ALANSON] WELSHER, 8th NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY - WOUNDED IN ACTION AT REAMS STATION VA IN 1864

POCKET DIARY FOR 1865. Published Annually For The Trade, 1865. Front eps owner inscription, in pencil: “Alemson Welsher/ Co. D 8th N.Y./H. Arty/ 2nd Brig 2nd D./ 2nd Army Corps” (Repeated in rear… (534-28) SOLD. Learn More »

PERCUSSION CAPS FROM BLOCKADE RUNNER “MINHO”

PERCUSSION CAPS FROM BLOCKADE RUNNER “MINHO”

A Plexiglas container full of percussion caps (and a few small shells) recovered from the blockade runner “Minho” which grounded at the mouth of Charleston harbor. The caps all exhibit a dark… (1054-2418) SOLD. Learn More »

$30.00
SOLD

PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL 30-SECOND FUSES

PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL 30-SECOND FUSES

This pack of 30-second artillery fuses originates from the Frankford Arsenal and was produced in 1863. These 30-second fuses are harder to find than the short-burning fuses. The pack is constructed of… (1054-1433) SOLD. Learn More »

MANHATTAN .36 REVOLVER SERIES II

MANHATTAN .36 REVOLVER SERIES II

Weapon is .36 caliber revolver made by the Manhattan Fire Arms Company and bears serial #9834 throughout. Barrel is 6.50 inches in length and is octagon in shape. It retains approx. 85% of the… (595-1489) SOLD. Learn More »

BUST VIEW CDV OF 16TH NEW YORK OFFICER

BUST VIEW CDV OF 16TH NEW YORK OFFICER

Image is of Charles L. Jones who served as a Lieutenant in Company C. 16th New York Infantry. Jones wears a dark jacket minus shoulder straps with a matching military vest. Image and mount have light… (259-91) SOLD. Learn More »

$110.00
Originally $135.00


SOLD

CDV VIEW OF LONG BRIDGE ACROSS THE POTOMAC BY BRADY

CDV VIEW OF LONG BRIDGE ACROSS THE POTOMAC BY BRADY

Nice clear image of Long Bridge with a two masted ship and a dock in the foreground. Image captures most of the bridges expanse with the Virginia shore in the distance. Image is mostly clean with only… (259-192) SOLD. Learn More »

$155.00
Originally $195.00


SOLD

QUARTER PLATE DAGUERREOTYPE OF DOG

QUARTER PLATE DAGUERREOTYPE OF DOG

This is a view of a dog lying on the floor with a rug or blanket. Dog is dark colored with white paws. Image is clear with fair contrast. Some oxidation has occurred. Image comes housed in full… (894-29) SOLD. Learn More »

$280.00
Originally $350.00


SOLD

SIXTH PLATE TINTYPE OF YOUNG BOY WITH RABBIT

SIXTH PLATE TINTYPE OF YOUNG BOY WITH RABBIT

This is a three- quarter view of a young boy who is standing next to a table that has a black and white rabbit sitting on it. Boy is wearing a light colored jacket with white shirt and cravat. Image… (894-36) SOLD. Learn More »

$300.00
Originally $375.00


SOLD

THREE-QUARTER STANDING VIEW OF SENATOR JOHN J. CRITTENDEN

THREE-QUARTER STANDING VIEW OF SENATOR JOHN J. CRITTENDEN

Image shows Crittenden in a dark civilian suit with his right hand tucked in his vest. Image is clear with good contrast. Reverse has E. ANTHONY FROM A BRADY NEGATIVE back mark. John Jordan Crittenden… (259-186) SOLD. Learn More »

$50.00
Originally $65.00


SOLD

RELIC STRAIGHT RAZOR RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG AT SITE OF 2ND CORPS FIELD HOSPITAL

RELIC STRAIGHT RAZOR RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG AT SITE OF 2ND CORPS FIELD HOSPITAL

This razor was once mounted to a relic board with other early Gettysburg Battlefield finds. Original tag reading, “2ND CORPS HOSPITAL” from board is present. Item can be seen in an old 4”x6”… (1054-1670) SOLD. Learn More »

RELICS FROM THE WISTLER FARM, SITE OF THE “FIRST SHOT” FIRED IN THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG

RELICS FROM THE WISTLER FARM, SITE OF THE “FIRST SHOT” FIRED IN THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG

[7:00 am, July 1, 1863--8th Illinois Cav. officer, Lt. Marcellus Jones].” 13 miscellaneous pieces, including 9 bullets, 2 eagle cuff button, cannon ball fragment and 2nd Lieutenant bullion shoulder… (1054-245) SOLD. Learn More »

EAGLE DRUM BY JOHN C. HAYNES & CO. - MASSACHUSETTS DRUM MANUFACTORY

EAGLE DRUM BY JOHN C. HAYNES & CO. - MASSACHUSETTS DRUM MANUFACTORY

A full-height side drum measuring about 16 ½ inches in diameter and standing about 13 ¼ inches tall, bearing a label inside, visible through the vent hole, reading, “MASSACHUSETTS / DRUM… (766-1074) SOLD. Learn More »

SIXTH PLATE TINTYPE OF MAN WITH DEER

SIXTH PLATE TINTYPE OF MAN WITH DEER

This is a full standing view of a man who is wearing a dark colored frock coat, vest, trousers, white shirt and hat. He is holding a leash which is attached to a small deer that is standing in front… (894-44) SOLD. Learn More »

$360.00
Originally $450.00


SOLD

LETTER COVER ADDRESSED TO SERGEANT MAJOR OF BERDAN’S SHARPSHOOTERS

LETTER COVER ADDRESSED TO SERGEANT MAJOR OF BERDAN’S SHARPSHOOTERS

The item offered here is an envelope only. There is no letter present. Paper envelope is in good condition with a June 13th postmark and a canceled 3 cent postage stamp. A strong period ink address… (668-208) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

AMERICAN POWDER MILLS BOSTON CIRCULAR LABEL

AMERICAN POWDER MILLS BOSTON CIRCULAR LABEL

Measures 2 ½” in diameter. Nice woodcut of a cannon in center; printed on pink paper. We have 2 in stock, minor damage to each. [ss] 516-573, 516-577 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM,… (516-573, 516-577) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

PICKETT’S CHARGE TOBACCO TRADING CARD

PICKETT’S CHARGE TOBACCO TRADING CARD

This card was issued by G.W. Gail & Ax – The American Tobacco Co. of Baltimore, Maryland during the 1880’s. It was part of a collection of cards called, “Battle Scenes”.  Between 1875 and… (1054-468) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

PICKETT’S CHARGE TOBACCO TRADING CARD

PICKETT’S CHARGE TOBACCO TRADING CARD

This card was issued by the W. Duke Sons & Co. of New York during the 1880’s. It was part of a collection of cards called, “Battle Scenes”.  Between 1875 and the 1940’s, cigarette… (1054-469) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

C1910’s GETTYSBURG CIGAR BOX LABEL WITH GENERAL MEADE

C1910’s GETTYSBURG CIGAR BOX LABEL WITH GENERAL MEADE

Colorful paper label shows an image of General George G. Meade encircled in a laurel wreath. Flanking Meade are embossed images of the Soldier’s National Monument and the New York State Monument.… (1054-802) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

RIBBON FOR ANNUAL REUNION OF 140TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS – 1884

RIBBON FOR ANNUAL REUNION OF 140TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS – 1884

Silk ribbon is pale blue in color. Black lettering reads, “ANNUAL REUNION OF 140TH N.Y. VOLS. JUNE 26TH, 1884”. Measures 6 ¾” by 2 ½”. Shows yellow spotting in areas and slight fraying at… (1054-1251) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

PORTRAIT OF A SOLDIER’S WIFE AND HER HUSBAND AS SHE REMEMBERED HIM

PORTRAIT OF A SOLDIER’S WIFE AND HER HUSBAND AS SHE REMEMBERED HIM

“Crayon portraits” or “solar enlargements” were developed in the late 1850s and were very popular from 1865 until shortly past the turn of the century. It was an inexpensive way to obtain a… (L15564) 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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