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CONFEDERATE 3-INCH SMOOTH READ SHELL

CONFEDERATE 3-INCH SMOOTH READ SHELL

This is a “dug” artillery shell fired from 3” rifled cannons.  This is the tall, smooth sided Read pattern shell.  The wood drive-in fuse is missing as is the sabot. The typical CS lathe… (1054-1051) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 12-POUNDER SPHERICAL CASE SHOT, SIDE LOADER

CONFEDERATE 12-POUNDER SPHERICAL CASE SHOT, SIDE LOADER

Confederate 12-pounder spherical case shot complete with a lead side loader plug and a brass fuse adapter that would have taken a paper time fuse. Iron shows only light pitting. Coated. Recovery… (1030-230) SOLD. Learn More »

FOLLOWING THE GREEK CROSS OR MEMORIES OF THE SIXTH ARMY CORPS BY GENERAL T.W. HYDE, WITH NUMEROUS PORTRAITS

FOLLOWING THE GREEK CROSS OR MEMORIES OF THE SIXTH ARMY CORPS BY GENERAL T.W. HYDE, WITH NUMEROUS PORTRAITS

This is the rare third printing of the memoirs written by General Thomas W. Hyde, which were originally published in 1894. This edition was published by Haughton, Mifflin & Company / The Riverside… (924-23) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

FIRST NEW YORK DRAGOONS REUNION RIBBON WITH AND OFFICER’S PORTRAIT

FIRST NEW YORK DRAGOONS REUNION RIBBON WITH AND OFFICER’S PORTRAIT

Veterans of the 1st NY Dragoons held a series of annual reunions at Portage Bridge, NY, and issued ribbons for them bearing celluloid button portraits of various officers for them. This is an… (224-474) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

FIRST NEW YORK DRAGOONS VETERAN’S REUNION BADGE

FIRST NEW YORK DRAGOONS VETERAN’S REUNION BADGE

The upper bar is a simple pin-back stamped brass frame with celluloid insert and label reading “member.” The ribbon is woven orange silk, appropriate as the old branch of service color for US… (224-475) SOLD. Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA LEATHER NEEDLE CASE WITH ORIGINAL PACKS OF NEEDLES

CIVIL WAR ERA LEATHER NEEDLE CASE WITH ORIGINAL PACKS OF NEEDLES

Nice leather case is stamped in gold gilt, “KIRBY, BEARD & COMPY’S NE PLUS ULTRA NEEDLES”. Case has a flap that tucks in a fabric band to close. It opens to reveal a leather divider with… (286-545) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

BULLET IN WOOD FROM GETTYSBURG

BULLET IN WOOD FROM GETTYSBURG

Wood block meas. approx. 3.75 x 2.00 x 2.00 inches. Just off center is the nose of a .58 three ring bullet. The wood block displays some tracking from insects but is solid. Written in pencil on one… (1054-202) SOLD. Learn More »

SHARPS BULLET IN WOOD FROM CULP’S HILL

SHARPS BULLET IN WOOD FROM CULP’S HILL

Piece of wood meas. approx. 4.00 x 4.00 x 1.50 inches with the flat base of a Sharps bullet visible at center. Written in faint pencil on one end of the block of wood is “1881.” Item was recovered… (1054-197) SOLD. Learn More »

JENNIE WADE HOUSE SOUVENIR PENNANT

JENNIE WADE HOUSE SOUVENIR PENNANT

Green felt pennant features images of Jennie Wade, and the Jennie Wade House, with the words, “HOUSE IN WHICH JENNIE WADE WAS KILLED, GETTYSBURG, PA”. Pennant measures approx. 11” high x 28… (224-448) SOLD. Learn More »

$30.00
SOLD

GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR REVOLVER

GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR REVOLVER

Toy pistol made entirely out of cedar wood. Barrel meas. approx. 4.50 inches long and is stamped on top of the cylinder “GETTYSBURG, PA.” Stamping is crooked and a bit blurry. This wood revolver… (1054-330) SOLD. Learn More »

$27.50
SOLD

GLASS GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR AXE

GLASS GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR AXE

Thick glass axe meas. approx. 6.0 inches long with a clear glass head and a handle of ruby red glass. Handle is etched with "Gettysburg 1863” in gold script. A nice Gettysburg souvenir item. … (1054-281) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

U.S. 3” HOTCHKISS SHELL – NOSE PORTION – FROM GETTYSBURG

U.S. 3” HOTCHKISS SHELL – NOSE PORTION – FROM GETTYSBURG

This is an excavated specimen and this common size was for the 3” Ordnance rifle. This is the nose portion of the 3-piece Hotchkiss artillery shell. No lead sabot or iron base cup. Fuse is also… (1053-13) SOLD. Learn More »

LIBBY PRISON GAVEL

LIBBY PRISON GAVEL

An unusual souvenir for a Civil War veteran or his family, particularly one who spent time as a prisoner of war. An old warehouse building in Richmond, Libby Prison became famous, or rather notorious,… (1054-349) SOLD. Learn More »

MINTY US PATTERN 1839 OVAL BELT PLATE WITH LOTS OF ORIGINAL GILT

MINTY US PATTERN 1839 OVAL BELT PLATE WITH LOTS OF ORIGINAL GILT

The quintessential Civil War Union army belt plate, the stamped brass oval US belt plate with solder-filled back and fastening hooks was first introduced in 1839. They are an entire collecting… (286-544) SOLD. Learn More »

QUARTER PLATE TINTYPE OF FULL STANDING ARMED UNION SOLDIER

QUARTER PLATE TINTYPE OF FULL STANDING ARMED UNION SOLDIER

Image shows a Union soldier standing with his musket at the position of “PARADE REST.” The subject wears a dark forage cap and frockcoat with light trousers. He also wears his cartridge box and… (1054-84) SOLD. Learn More »

RELIC NEW MODEL REMINGTON REVOLVER RECOVERED AT ANTIETAM

RELIC NEW MODEL REMINGTON REVOLVER RECOVERED AT ANTIETAM

Revolver is in near complete relic condition. The only visible pieces missing are the triggerguard and the cylinder pin. Even the wood grips are present. All metal surfaces have been cleaned of heavy… (30-2134) SOLD. Learn More »

FORK, KNIFE AND SPOON COMBINATION MESS SET

FORK, KNIFE AND SPOON COMBINATION MESS SET

During the war the commercial market was filled with devices and gadgets promoted as making life easier for the soldier in camp and field. Combination mess utensils were a category of their own,… (286-539) SOLD. Learn More »

GENERAL CUSTER 1911 TOBACCO CARD

GENERAL CUSTER 1911 TOBACCO CARD

Like bubblegum trading cards, color lithographed tobacco cards were a popular marketing ploy. This one is touted on the reverse as being part of the Second Series of “Men of History” as published… (286-543) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

EXCAVATED BROGANS AND UNIFORM REMNANTS FROM COLD HARBOR

EXCAVATED BROGANS AND UNIFORM REMNANTS FROM COLD HARBOR

Here is offered three large remnants of uniforms and blanket as well as a pair of brogans all recovered from temporary burial sites at Cold Harbor, Virginia.  The graves were long empty, as… (1046-12) SOLD. Learn More »

RELIC MODEL 1841 LOCKPLATE AND HAMMER

RELIC MODEL 1841 LOCKPLATE AND HAMMER

Excavated iron lockplate from Model 1841 rifle.  Heavy wear and surface pitting from being in the ground but has been cleaned by electolysis. Most of the inner components remain on the inside but… (1000-2120) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD


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DAN SICKLES’S OWN COPY OF THE 1858 NEW YORK STATE MILITIA REGULATIONS

These are the official regulations for the state’s forces on the eve of the Civil War and were owned by one of the most famous or infamous Gettysburg commanders. Nicely bound in marbled covers quarter-bound in red morocco with gilt blind-stamped… (998-969). Learn More »

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