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ONE HALF OF A CONFEDERATE FRAME BUCKLE

ONE HALF OF A CONFEDERATE FRAME BUCKLE

This is an interesting study piece. Now measuring 32mm by 65mm, the open side of the frame broke off at the central bar. Since the belt was sewn to the central bar and the tongues remain in place, it… (1000-1321) SOLD. Learn More »

WASHINGTON ARTILLERY / ALBANY BURGESSES CORPS REUNION RIBBON - 1894

WASHINGTON ARTILLERY / ALBANY BURGESSES CORPS REUNION RIBBON - 1894

Tan colored ribbon reads, “WASHINGTON ARTILLERY / ORGANIZED FEBRUARY 22ND, 1840, NEW ORLEANS, LA. /ALBANY BURGESSES CORPS, ‘SEMPER PARATUS’ / ORGANIZED OCTOBER 8, 1833 OF ALBANY, N.Y. / NEW… (33-281) SOLD. Learn More »

UNION ARMY “BEEF” RECEIPT - BATTERY G, 1ST OHIO LIGHT ARTILLERY

UNION ARMY “BEEF” RECEIPT - BATTERY G, 1ST OHIO LIGHT ARTILLERY

Dated “Murfreesboro [TN], Feb. 11, 1863. Pre-printed form, printed by “John P. Martin Printers,” Louisville. 1 page. 7.5 x 4”. Exhibits slight fold-marks, slight stain on reverse. Else VG… (998-208) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

VIRGINIA MONUMENT AT GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR TRAY

VIRGINIA MONUMENT AT GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR TRAY

Potmetal tray features a raised image of the Virginia State Memorial on the Gettysburg battlefield. Tray has been highlighted with gold in areas. Reverse is marked, “A.B.C. & CO. MADE IN… (635-282) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

AMES MODEL 1860 (1861) U.S. NAVY CUTLASS: FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION

AMES MODEL 1860 (1861) U.S. NAVY CUTLASS: FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION

Old habits die hard and collectors have long called this the Model 1860, though recent scholarship has determined the pattern was sent by the US Navy to Ames in May 1861, the first contract was made… (1047-99) SOLD. Learn More »

M1892-98 KRAG RIFLE BAYONET

M1892-98 KRAG RIFLE BAYONET

Very Fine Plus example. Bright blade with “US” on one side of ricasso and date “1903” on the reverse. Blued scabbard. Perfect!   [ss] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER… (1047-176) SOLD. Learn More »

US MODEL 1865 SPENCER CARBINE

US MODEL 1865 SPENCER CARBINE

Serial number 33477. Top of the breech marked, “MODEL 1865 / SPENCER REPEATING / RIFLE CO. BOSTON, MASS / PATD MARCH 6, 1860.” Some parts marked with single letter inspection marks. Left side of… (G3908) SOLD. Learn More »

SIXTH PLATE DAGUERREOTYPE OF MAN SITTING WITH TABLE

SIXTH PLATE DAGUERREOTYPE OF MAN SITTING WITH TABLE

Waist up view of man with sideburns in a dark civilian suit and vest. Image is clear with good contrast. Some light surface dirt on the image, Image comes housed in decorative mat and frame in half… (611-355) SOLD. Learn More »

$20.00
Originally $35.00


SOLD

SIXTH PLATE AMBROTYPE OF MAN, CIRCA 1860

SIXTH PLATE AMBROTYPE OF MAN, CIRCA 1860

Waist up view of man with longer, dark hair, in a civilian suit and vest. Image is clear with good contrast. Some light surface dirt on the image. Image comes housed in decorative mat and frame in… (611-346) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
Originally $35.00


SOLD

CIVIL WAR ERA REMINGTON NEW MODEL 1858 ARMY REVOLVER

CIVIL WAR ERA REMINGTON NEW MODEL 1858 ARMY REVOLVER

This percussion handgun is a Civil War era Remington New Model 1858 Army revolver in excellent condition. Remington arms manufactured these sidearms for the military from 1863 to 1875. The New Model… (G3904) SOLD. Learn More »

SCRAPBOOK PAGE WITH ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR ARTWORK BY MEMBER OF 1ST MASS. CAVALRY

SCRAPBOOK PAGE WITH ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR ARTWORK BY MEMBER OF 1ST MASS. CAVALRY

This is a page separated from a scrapbook assembled by Pvt. Stanton P. Allen. The scrapbook was entitled “Down In Dixie” and the pages contain newspaper clippings run in the Troy (New York) Daily… (611-572) SOLD. Learn More »

$135.00
Originally $225.00


SOLD

SCRAPBOOK PAGE WITH ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR ARTWORK BY MEMBER OF 1ST MASS. CAVALRY

SCRAPBOOK PAGE WITH ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR ARTWORK BY MEMBER OF 1ST MASS. CAVALRY

This is a page separated from a scrapbook assembled by Pvt. Stanton P. Allen. The scrapbook was entitled “Down In Dixie” and the pages contain newspaper clippings run in the Troy (New York) Daily… (611-567) SOLD. Learn More »

$22.50
Originally $37.50


SOLD

SCRAPBOOK PAGE WITH ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR ARTWORK BY MEMBER OF 1ST MASS. CAVALRY

SCRAPBOOK PAGE WITH ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR ARTWORK BY MEMBER OF 1ST MASS. CAVALRY

This is a page separated from a scrapbook assembled by Pvt. Stanton P. Allen. The scrapbook was entitled “Down In Dixie” and the pages contain newspaper clippings run in the Troy (New York) Daily… (611-561) SOLD. Learn More »

$135.00
Originally $225.00


SOLD

INDIAN WAR KNEE-HIGH CAVALIER-STYLE BOOTS

INDIAN WAR KNEE-HIGH CAVALIER-STYLE BOOTS

A dashing pair of knee-high riding boots for a cavalry officer or trooper with a sense of style. These boots are a version of the “cavalier” style adopted by some cavalry officers that not only… (1043-115) SOLD. Learn More »

PERCUSSION DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN

PERCUSSION DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN

Early double barrel 16-gauge shotgun.  34 ½” round barrels have even dark brown patina.  Small bead sight at muzzle.  Flat atop barrels is marked “Laminated Steel Barrels” amid floral… (1030-116) SOLD. Learn More »

NEW YORK OFFICER’S BELT AND BUCKLE

NEW YORK OFFICER’S BELT AND BUCKLE

If you want to own, “the one in the book,” this is your chance. We owned this rig years ago and the buckle is pictured as Plate 673 in O’Donnell and Campbell’s American Military Belt Plates.… (142-51) SOLD. Learn More »

DOUBLE-ARMED 15th PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRYMAN 1/9th PLATE TINTYPE

DOUBLE-ARMED 15th PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRYMAN 1/9th PLATE TINTYPE

The soldier seated in this cased ninth-plate tintype is unidentified, but the particular configuration of his jacket shows him to be a member of the 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry. Known as the Anderson… (945-354) SOLD. Learn More »

1862 VOLUNTEERS MANUAL WITH SHARPS RIFLE AND COLT PISTOL INSTRUCTIONS

1862 VOLUNTEERS MANUAL WITH SHARPS RIFLE AND COLT PISTOL INSTRUCTIONS

Just as the war created a publishing boom in military manuals, it created a need for instructional books to help new volunteer officers understand those manuals: the Cliff Notes of their day. This one… (B6205F) SOLD. Learn More »

NICE COPY OF THE U.S. 1861 MANUAL OF INFANTRY TACTICS

NICE COPY OF THE U.S. 1861 MANUAL OF INFANTRY TACTICS

Officially adopted as of May 1, 1861, for the use of United State infantry “of the line, light infantry, and riflemen,” this volume contains diagrams, fold-out plates extensive instructions and… (B6205D) SOLD. Learn More »

IDENTIFIED 188th OHIO INFANTRY CANTEEN

IDENTIFIED 188th OHIO INFANTRY CANTEEN

This regulation 1858 pattern smooth-sided canteen has a full shoulder sling and a gray wool cover that is about 95 percent intact on one side and about 80 percent on the other. One bracket is pierced… (450-165) SOLD. Learn More »


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1850’S MILITIA OFFICER’S COATEE

Coat has a dark blue wool body with yellow wool collar, tails, turn-backs and piping on the cuffs. Front has a wool buff colored placket. All buttons are 17mm eagle “I” buttons. The dark blue wool body of the coatee is clean and tightly sewn.… (801-423). Learn More »

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