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IDENTIFICATION DISK OF JAMES HOWLETT OF COMPANY C, 11th MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEERS

IDENTIFICATION DISK OF JAMES HOWLETT OF COMPANY C, 11th MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEERS

These identification disks were popular among soldiers as they we not issued “dog tags” by the government at the time of the Civil War. However, sutlers and peddlers were happy to order, acquire,… (M26065) SOLD. Learn More »

SILVER SHIELD ID BADGE OF JAMES ORLANDO MEALLS, CO. G, 99th OH INFANTRY

SILVER SHIELD ID BADGE OF JAMES ORLANDO MEALLS, CO. G, 99th OH INFANTRY

Here we have a fine example of a jeweler engraved Civil War soldier’s identification badge of a Union shield with a patriotic eagle motif and an attractive beveled edge. The badge measures 1 inch by… (M26067) SOLD. Learn More »

TWO-CAVITY IRON BUCKSHOT MOLD

TWO-CAVITY IRON BUCKSHOT MOLD

  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR LAYAWAY PROGRAM. FOR OUR POLICIES AND TERMS, CLICK ON ‘CONTACT… (286-393) SOLD. Learn More »

$29.50
SOLD

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY SHELL FRAGMENT FROM GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY SHELL FRAGMENT FROM GETTYSBURG

This is a 4” long fragment of iron from an exploded Confederate 3” Read artillery shell. Condition is very good for a “dug” relic. Iron has only light surface rust leaving sharp detail of… (286-838) SOLD. Learn More »

$47.50
SOLD

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY SHELL FRAGMENT FROM GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY SHELL FRAGMENT FROM GETTYSBURG

This is a 3” long fragment of iron from an exploded Confederate 3” Read artillery shell. Condition is very good for a “dug” relic. Iron has only light surface rust leaving sharp detail of… (286-840) SOLD. Learn More »

$39.50
SOLD

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY SHELL FRAGMENT FROM GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY SHELL FRAGMENT FROM GETTYSBURG

This is the iron base and sabot of an exploded Confederate 3” Smooth Read artillery shell. Condition is good for a “dug” relic. Iron has been cleaned and coated. Sabot shows ridges from… (286-835) SOLD. Learn More »

$79.50
SOLD

CIVIL WAR MODEL 1840 NCO SWORD BY AMES - DATED 1848

CIVIL WAR MODEL 1840 NCO SWORD BY AMES - DATED 1848

Blade is dark and heavily pitted throughout with surface rust over the bottom third. Pitting gets heavier the closer you move toward the worn point. Blade edge is fair with a good-sized nick located… (462-285) SOLD. Learn More »

MINTY 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD BY HORSTMANN

MINTY 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD BY HORSTMANN

This is a very nice, fully regulation U.S. model 1850 foot officer’s sword by Horstmann of Philadelphia, one of the best known and largest suppliers of military goods during the Civil War. Adopted… (1117-190) SOLD. Learn More »

SURVIVORS OF THE 21ST PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER CAVALRY ASSOCIATION—GETTYSBURG, PA., SEPTEMBER 28, 1910, FROM THE FAMILY OF GEORGE W. MOWERS, COMPANY D

SURVIVORS OF THE 21ST PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER CAVALRY ASSOCIATION—GETTYSBURG, PA., SEPTEMBER 28, 1910, FROM THE FAMILY OF GEORGE W. MOWERS, COMPANY D

No publisher, no date. 16 pp. [numbered 441-457, in page sequence of earlier reunion pamphlets. In lightly faded gray wraps, 6” x 9. Else VG. In protective sleeve. Organized at Harrisburg in… (B6283B) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

SURVIVORS OF THE 21ST REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER CAVALRY ASSOCATION—FAYETTEVILLE, PA, OCTOBER 23, 1912, FROM THE FAMILY OF GEORGE W. MOWERS, COMPANY D

SURVIVORS OF THE 21ST REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER CAVALRY ASSOCATION—FAYETTEVILLE, PA, OCTOBER 23, 1912, FROM THE FAMILY OF GEORGE W. MOWERS, COMPANY D

No publisher, no date. 18 pp., [numbered 479-497, following the page sequence of earlier reunions}. In lightly faded, slightly wrinkled gray wraps, 6” x 9.  Else VG.  In protective… (B6283A) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

21ST PENNA CAVALRY ASSOCIATION—TENTH REUNION—LANCASTER, PA, October 27th, 1899, FROM THE FAMILY OF GEORGE W. MOWERS, COMPANY D

21ST PENNA CAVALRY ASSOCIATION—TENTH REUNION—LANCASTER, PA, October 27th, 1899, FROM THE FAMILY OF GEORGE W. MOWERS, COMPANY D

No publisher, no date.  28 pp. [Numbered 197-225, following the page sequence of earlier reunions]. In faded yellow wraps. Light chipping of spine. Else VG. In protective sleeve. Organized at… (B6282C) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

21st PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER CAVALRY ASSOCIATION—TWELFTH ANNUAL REUNION—CHAMBERSBURG, PA, OCTOBER 25TH 1901, FROM THE FAMILY OF GEORGE W. MOWERS, COMPANY D

21st PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER CAVALRY ASSOCIATION—TWELFTH ANNUAL REUNION—CHAMBERSBURG, PA, OCTOBER 25TH 1901, FROM THE FAMILY OF GEORGE W. MOWERS, COMPANY D

No publisher, no date.  28 pp. [Numbered 197-225, following the page sequence of earlier reunions]. In faded yellow wraps. Light chipping of spine. Else VG. In protective sleeve. Organized at… (B6282B) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH

ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH

This is the regulation Civil War artillery fuse pouch, intended to carry some of the essential tools for a gun crew and worn on a simple belt with a roller buckle. This is constructed of russet… (1117-30) SOLD. Learn More »

REVOLUTIONARY WAR SILVER HILT EAGLEHEAD CUTTOE

REVOLUTIONARY WAR SILVER HILT EAGLEHEAD CUTTOE

This elegant silver hilt is right on the cusp of the transition of the eagle on sword pommels into a national symbol. Originally intended as a sword to dispatch wounded game, the cuttoe or hunting… (1117-94) SOLD. Learn More »

SMITH AND WESSON No 3 AMERICAN, 2ND MODEL, SINGLE ACTION .44 CALIBER

SMITH AND WESSON No 3 AMERICAN, 2ND MODEL, SINGLE ACTION .44 CALIBER

Known also as the “Second Model American,” 20,735 of these .44 caliber revolvers were made from 1872 to 1874, making it one of the iconic revolvers of the American west. Numbering started at about… (490-2238) SOLD. Learn More »

SAVAGE CONTRACT MODEL 1861 RIFLE MUSKET, DATED 1864

SAVAGE CONTRACT MODEL 1861 RIFLE MUSKET, DATED 1864

Original, 1864-dated, .58 caliber Model 1861 “Savage Arms” contract percussion rifle-musket in good condition. Specimen is a product of the Savage Revolving Fire Arms Company of Middletown,… (218-565) SOLD. Learn More »

REVOLUTIONARY WAR CHARLEVILLE MUSKET

REVOLUTIONARY WAR CHARLEVILLE MUSKET

France supplied American forces with many tens of thousands of flintlock muskets to fight its old nemesis, Great Britain. This one was converted to percussion at some point to extend is useful life,… (2020-1205) SOLD. Learn More »

G.A.R. METAL HAT INSIGNIA, COL. DYER ESTATE 15th MAINE

G.A.R. METAL HAT INSIGNIA, COL. DYER ESTATE 15th MAINE

Metal “false embroidered” hat insignia for a member of the G.A.R., the largest Union veterans’ organization, with significant political pull and influence on veterans’ affairs. Gilt brass… (1097-76) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

G.A.R. METAL HAT INSIGNIA, COL. DYER ESTATE 15th MAINE

G.A.R. METAL HAT INSIGNIA, COL. DYER ESTATE 15th MAINE

Metal “false embroidered” hat insignia for a member of the G.A.R., the largest Union veterans’ organization, with significant political pull and influence on veterans’ affairs. Gilt brass… (1097-75) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

1885 PORTLAND MAINE 19th NATIONAL G.A.R. ENCAMPMENT MEDAL

1885 PORTLAND MAINE 19th NATIONAL G.A.R. ENCAMPMENT MEDAL

The medal has a buff ribbon indicating it deals with something on the national level. The top bar reads “Portland 1885” and the planchet has the state seal of Maine at center and “19th Annual… (1097-84) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD


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UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS USED MODEL 1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD BY AMES MFG. CO., CHICOPEE, MASS.

In 1859 the US Marine Corps regulations changed. The prized Mamaluke style sword was replaced with the same regulation sword used by the Army. This would later be reversed and today the Marines still carry the Mamaluke sword. It is exceedingly rare… (870-52). Learn More »

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