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STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE

STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE

Issued to the Federal cavalry during the Civil War, this weapon is a good example of a Starr carbine. This percussion, breech loader was produced by the Starr Arms Company of Yonkers, New York. The… (G3670) SOLD. Learn More »

US MODEL 1855 .58 CAL. SOCKET BAYONET

US MODEL 1855 .58 CAL. SOCKET BAYONET

This is the Model 1855 socket bayonet for Springfield rifle muskets.  Measures approximately 21” overall.  This specimen is clean and mostly bright overall with scattered patches of darker… (302-64) SOLD. Learn More »

ID’D CONFEDERATE USED BRITISH PATTERN 1858 ARTILLERY CARBINE

ID’D CONFEDERATE USED BRITISH PATTERN 1858 ARTILLERY CARBINE

Identified to Private Joseph B. Haislip of Co. C, 9th Virginia Cavalry, Lee’s Horse Cavalry of Jeb Stuart’s Cavalry Corps. The 9th was under the command of the famous Colonel Richard L. T. Beale,… (173-2765) SOLD. Learn More »

DEPARTMENT OF PENNSYLVANIA GAR RIBBON

DEPARTMENT OF PENNSYLVANIA GAR RIBBON

This powder blue ribbon meas. approx. 2.00 inches wide x 7.00 inches long. Printed diagonally on the ribbon in black ink is “PENNSYLV’A 28th ENCAMPMENT.” The original pin remains at top while… (503-73) SOLD. Learn More »

$20.00
SOLD

1881 PITTSBURGH RIBBON

1881 PITTSBURGH RIBBON

White ribbon with heavy black printing. Ribbon meas. approx. 2.75 inches wide x 5.75 inches long. Original pin is still present at top. Printing reads “PITTSBURGH / 1881/ JOHN TAYLOR.” Ribbon is… (503-77) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

.50 CALIBER CARTRIDGE FOR SMITH CARBINE

.50 CALIBER CARTRIDGE FOR SMITH CARBINE

This is an original .50 caliber cartridge for the Smith carbine. Manufactured under Poultney’s patent.  The patent (#40,988 dated December 15, 1863) was originally granted to Thomas Rodman and… (286-326) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

RELIC U.S. INFANTRY “I” OFFICER COAT BUTTON RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

RELIC U.S. INFANTRY “I” OFFICER COAT BUTTON RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

Button has a semi-bright patina. Dented in center. Shank is present. Item was recovered from the base of Little Round Top on the Gettysburg battlefield by local resident John Cullison, who excavated… (532-171) SOLD. Learn More »

$67.50
SOLD

RELIC EYE GLASSES RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

RELIC EYE GLASSES RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

Pair of wire spectacles has both lenses present. One side of frame has a piece broken off, and lenses are loose but show no cracks. Light surface rust and dirt are present. This was recovered from the… (532-98) SOLD. Learn More »

RELIC CLAY PIPE RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

RELIC CLAY PIPE RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

Clay pipe bowl is in good condition with no cracks. This was recovered from the Wheatfield on the Gettysburg battlefield by local resident John Cullison, who excavated relics on the field from… (532-104) SOLD. Learn More »

$89.50
SOLD

MODEL 1868 U.S. SPRINGFIELD ‘TRAPDOOR’ RIFLE

MODEL 1868 U.S. SPRINGFIELD ‘TRAPDOOR’ RIFLE

Produced by the Springfield Armory, this .50 caliber, centerfire, cartridge weapon was made from 1868 through 1872. The barrel surface wears a bright cleaned finish. Left side of barrel near the… (928-02) SOLD. Learn More »

OUTDOOR CDV VIEW OF OLD CAPITOL PRISON BY BRADY

OUTDOOR CDV VIEW OF OLD CAPITOL PRISON BY BRADY

The Old Capitol in Washington, D.C. served as temporary Capitol of the United States from 1815 to 1819. The building was a private school, a boarding house, and, during the Civil War, a prison known… (259-188) SOLD. Learn More »

GEORGE MCCLELLAN’S REPORT OF THE CAMPAIGNS OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, JULY 26, 1861—NOVEMBER 7, 1862

GEORGE MCCLELLAN’S REPORT OF THE CAMPAIGNS OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, JULY 26, 1861—NOVEMBER 7, 1862

Washington: Government Printing Office, 1864. 242 pp., In blue  buckram with gilt spine lettering & “senate” stamp. Exhibits sun fading of spine, and fading in general. Else fine. One of 5000… (B4892) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

NEW YORK STATE COAT BUTTON RECOVERED ON LITTLE ROUND TOP, GETTYSBURG

NEW YORK STATE COAT BUTTON RECOVERED ON LITTLE ROUND TOP, GETTYSBURG

Recovered by local resident John Cullison, who excavated relics on the field from 1935-1959. Cullison sold his collection to the famed Gettysburg Rosensteel family, who held the primary collection of… (532-141) SOLD. Learn More »

$57.50
SOLD

EXCELLENT CIVIL WAR TYPE II GWYN & CAMPBELL CARBINE

EXCELLENT CIVIL WAR TYPE II GWYN & CAMPBELL CARBINE

One of some 4,000 carbines produced, the .52 caliber, percussion breech-loading Gwyn & Campbell carbine was the invention of businessmen Edward Gwyn and partner Abner C. Campbell. Sometimes… (920-04) SOLD. Learn More »

FRAMED LINCOLN ANS (AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED), DATED FEBRUARY 16, 1865

FRAMED LINCOLN ANS (AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED), DATED FEBRUARY 16, 1865

Wonderfully framed and matted autograph of President Abraham Lincoln. Above this is a lithograph image of Lincoln with his hands resting on a book titled, “Constitution of the United States” and… (948-01) SOLD. Learn More »

MODEL 1840 AMES “WRIST BREAKER” WITH SCABBARD

MODEL 1840 AMES “WRIST BREAKER” WITH SCABBARD

A very nice example of the classic "wristbreaker" used during the Civil War. The curved blade is over 35 inches in length. Stamped at the ricasso is “AMES MFG CO / CHICOPEE /MASS”.  Stamped on… (E2690) SOLD. Learn More »

PENNSYLVANIA STATE MONUMENT GETTYSBURG PLATE

PENNSYLVANIA STATE MONUMENT GETTYSBURG PLATE

Plate features an image of the Pennsylvania State Monument on the Gettysburg battlefield. Edge of plate has a scalloped design and gold gilt accents. Lettering reads, “PENNSYLVANIA STATE MONUMENT,… (213-78) SOLD. Learn More »

$20.00
SOLD

EARLY 19TH CENTURY WOODEN MILITIA CANTEEN WITH NAME

EARLY 19TH CENTURY WOODEN MILITIA CANTEEN WITH NAME

Canteen has a rich, dark brown patina and is stamped in the center with the name, “E. BURR”. Measures 7 ¼” in diameter x 2 ½” thick. Three leather sling keepers are present, two are cracked… (172-4740) SOLD. Learn More »

MAKER MARKED US PERCUSSION CAP POUCH

MAKER MARKED US PERCUSSION CAP POUCH

Outer flap marking: (oval encircled) “R.H. White/ U.S. Ord. Dept/ Sub-Inspector.” Inner flap maker mark: “S.H. Young/ & Co/ Newark/ N.J.” Leather exhibits light flaking of out flap, finial… (286-320) SOLD. Learn More »

BULLET IN WOOD – RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

BULLET IN WOOD – RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

Wood measures approx. 1 ¾” x 1 ¼”. Item was recovered from the position of the 82nd PA Infantry Monument on Culp’s Hill on the Gettysburg battlefield by local resident John Cullison, who… (532-95) SOLD. Learn More »

$79.50
SOLD


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RARE PRESENTATION CIVIL WAR FLAG STAFF OF COMPANY A, 10TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

This presentation flag staff, measuring 62 ½” in length and 1 ½” in diameter, bears an attached silver plate upon which is inscribed, “Presented by Mrs. Artemas Bigelow / Gt Barrington Mass May 28 / 1861”. Though now tarnished with the… (766-813). Learn More »

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