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MODEL 1840 NCO SWORD BY AMES MFG. CO., CHICOPEE, MASS.

MODEL 1840 NCO SWORD BY AMES MFG. CO., CHICOPEE, MASS.

Sword is nicely marked on the blade ricasso and dated 1864. Blade is bright and void of any nicks or pitting. Black leather scabbard is also very fine. All brass has a nice untouched “never been… (1036-01) SOLD. Learn More »

AMBER DEMIJOHN BOTTLE

AMBER DEMIJOHN BOTTLE

Amber colored demijohn bottle has applied top and inverted bottom with polished pontil scar. Measures 13” tall by 4 ½” in circumference at the base. No cracks, just chipping present at the lip. … (179-864) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

G.A. WHITE SODA BOTTLE, DATED 1862

G.A. WHITE SODA BOTTLE, DATED 1862

Aqua glass bottle shows applied blob top and slightly inverted bottom. Embossing reads, “W / G.A. WHITE, 1862, BROOKLYN, N.Y.” Bottle measures 7 ¼” high by 2 ½” in diameter at the base. No… (998-1305) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

EDWARD EVERETT (PRINCIPAL GETTYSBURG CEMETERY DEDICATION SPEAKER) - THE DISCOVERY & COLONIZATION OF AMERICA

EDWARD EVERETT (PRINCIPAL GETTYSBURG CEMETERY DEDICATION SPEAKER) - THE DISCOVERY & COLONIZATION OF AMERICA

A lecture published by Little, Brown and Company, Boston, 1853. Author presentation copy, w/front cover inscription: “Charles E. Norton Esq./ with the best wishes of/ E. Everett.” 32 pp., in beige… (450-178) SOLD. Learn More »

STRUCK .58 CALIBER ‘MUSHROOM’ BULLET RECOVERED FROM CULPS HILL AREA, GETTYSBURG

STRUCK .58 CALIBER ‘MUSHROOM’ BULLET RECOVERED FROM CULPS HILL AREA, GETTYSBURG

This is a fired and struck .58 caliber ‘mushroomed’ bullet recovered near Culp’s Hill in Gettysburg.  [as] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON… (R21052) SOLD. Learn More »

$18.00
SOLD

STRUCK .58 CALIBER ‘MUSHROOM’ BULLET RECOVERED FROM CULPS HILL AREA, GETTYSBURG

STRUCK .58 CALIBER ‘MUSHROOM’ BULLET RECOVERED FROM CULPS HILL AREA, GETTYSBURG

This is a fired and struck .58 caliber ‘mushroomed’ bullet recovered near Culp’s Hill in Gettysburg.  [as] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON… (R21051) SOLD. Learn More »

$18.00
SOLD

STRUCK .58 CALIBER ‘MUSHROOM’ BULLET RECOVERED FROM CULPS HILL AREA, GETTYSBURG

STRUCK .58 CALIBER ‘MUSHROOM’ BULLET RECOVERED FROM CULPS HILL AREA, GETTYSBURG

This is a fired and struck .58 caliber ‘mushroomed’ bullet recovered near Culp’s Hill in Gettysburg.  [as] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON… (R21050) SOLD. Learn More »

$18.00
SOLD

STRUCK .58 CALIBER UNION MINIE BALL RECOVERED FROM CULPS HILL AREA, GETTYSBURG

STRUCK .58 CALIBER UNION MINIE BALL RECOVERED FROM CULPS HILL AREA, GETTYSBURG

This is a fired and struck .58 caliber US Minié-ball bullet recovered near Culp’s Hill in Gettysburg.  [as] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR… (R21047) SOLD. Learn More »

$10.00
SOLD

STRUCK .58 CALIBER UNION MINIE BALL RECOVERED FROM CULPS HILL AREA, GETTYSBURG

STRUCK .58 CALIBER UNION MINIE BALL RECOVERED FROM CULPS HILL AREA, GETTYSBURG

This is a fired and struck .58 caliber US Minié-ball bullet recovered near Culp’s Hill in Gettysburg.  [as] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR… (R21046) SOLD. Learn More »

$10.00
SOLD

MILITIA OVAL BREAST PLATE DUG IN CENTRAL VIRGINIA

MILITIA OVAL BREAST PLATE DUG IN CENTRAL VIRGINIA

Nice sheet brass oval militia breast plate. Item is slightly convex with a smooth brown patina throughout. Face is smooth with no cracks. Reverse has two small spots of lead where fasteners were once… (1000-1346) SOLD. Learn More »

DUG EARLY 1861 RICHMOND HIGH HUMP LOCKPLATE

DUG EARLY 1861 RICHMOND HIGH HUMP LOCKPLATE

Lock is in nice dug condition with light to moderate surface pitting throughout. Hammer is gone but the mainspring and most interior parts are present. Lower right front has a readable “RICHMOND”… (1000-2480) SOLD. Learn More »

MODEL 1840 MUSICIAN’S SWORD BY AMES MFG. CO, CHICOPEE, MASS.

MODEL 1840 MUSICIAN’S SWORD BY AMES MFG. CO, CHICOPEE, MASS.

Dated 1863. Blade is semi-bright and void of any nicks or pitting. Black leather scabbard in very good condition. All brass with light untouched, uncleaned patina. A nice addition to any Civil War… (1036-03) SOLD. Learn More »

US MODEL 1840 NCO SWORD PRESENT TO SGT. J. L MULLIKEN, 44TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

US MODEL 1840 NCO SWORD PRESENT TO SGT. J. L MULLIKEN, 44TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

Manufactured: Solingen Maker: Clauberg Year: 1862 Model: M 1840 NCO Size: 32.25” Condition: VG M1840 NCO Sword with a rare etched blade.  Standard NCO sword that has an etched blade, hand chasing… (870-474) SOLD. Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY GREASE / TAR BUCKET

CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY GREASE / TAR BUCKET

This heavy-duty cylindrical bucket is a Civil War iron grease bucket carried as part the equipment of an artillery gun crew. The grease bucket measures 7” in diameter and stands 8” high. Top and… (33-480) SOLD. Learn More »

OLIVE EAGLE FLASK

OLIVE EAGLE FLASK

Olive colored flask has a beautiful iridescent hue. Shows embossed eagle on one side and cornucopia on the other. Made from two-piece mold with applied top. Pontil scar is present on the… (998-1349) SOLD. Learn More »

DEMIJOHN QUART BOTTLE, CIRCA 1820-1850

DEMIJOHN QUART BOTTLE, CIRCA 1820-1850

Dark amber colored bottle shows applied top and inverted bottom with polished pontil. Measures 10 ½” by 4 ½” in diameter at the base. No chips or cracks. … (998-1346) SOLD. Learn More »

$40.00
SOLD

REGULATION CIVIL WAR KNAPSACK

REGULATION CIVIL WAR KNAPSACK

These tarred-linen “double bag” knapsacks were introduced in the 1850s and became the standard issue pack for the Civil War soldier. Designed to open up with a pocket under the outer flap that was… (809-64) SOLD. Learn More »

MUSICIAN’S DRUMSTICK HOLDER BREAST PLATE

MUSICIAN’S DRUMSTICK HOLDER BREAST PLATE

These clipped-corner rectangular breast plates with two cannon barrel like tubes were intended to fit a drummer’s drum-sling and carry his drumsticks when not in use. The reverse has doubled brass… (1043-76) SOLD. Learn More »

1860s BRASS SINGLE LOOP BUGLE WITH DOVETAIL SEAM

1860s BRASS SINGLE LOOP BUGLE WITH DOVETAIL SEAM

This single loop brass bugle features a lengthwise dovetail seam that is one of the things to look for in a Civil War instrument. Regulations often call for bugles to be only of copper, but both… (1043-350) SOLD. Learn More »

RARE, EXCAVATED, CONFEDERATE 3” ARCHER BOLT

RARE, EXCAVATED, CONFEDERATE 3” ARCHER BOLT

Here is an excavated, seldom-seen Confederate 3” field artillery projectile commonly referred to as an Archer Bolt. The design was likely produced by Dr. Robert Archer a partner of Joseph Anderson,… (1030-201) SOLD. Learn More »


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VERY NICE SHARPS NEW MODEL 1859 RIFLE ID’D TO 151ST NEW YORK SOLDIER WHO SERVED AS A BRIGADE SHARPSHOOTER - WONDERFUL MOUNTED SILVER PLAQUE ON STOCK ATTESTING TO ID

This weapon was carried in the Civil War by Dem Youngers of Company C, 151st New York Infantry and bears a silver plaque on the stock attesting to that fact. This rare Sharps is a New Model 1859 with a full stock. The scarce 36.00 inch barrel is .52… (526-43). Learn More »

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