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THREE DOCUMENTS IDENTIFIED TO 29TH DIVISION WORLD WAR ONE OFFICER

THREE DOCUMENTS IDENTIFIED TO 29TH DIVISION WORLD WAR ONE OFFICER

This small group of documents is identified to John Ellis Throckmorton of Freehold, New Jersey. Two of the documents are commissions. There are preprinted and filled in with type. One promotes… (868-01) SOLD. Learn More »

$20.00
SOLD

SIGNED CDV OF MAJOR HENRY SNYDER BENNER, GETTYSBURG RESIDENT, 101st PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

SIGNED CDV OF MAJOR HENRY SNYDER BENNER, GETTYSBURG RESIDENT, 101st PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

CDV is a chest-up view of Major Henry Benner. He is wearing a dark colored coat with stand-up collar and shoulder boards. Henry Snyder Benner was born in 1830 in Straban Township, Pennsylvania. He was… (P13534) SOLD. Learn More »

SIGNED CDV OF THEODORE H. LAUCK, 10th VIRGINIA INFANTRY

SIGNED CDV OF THEODORE H. LAUCK, 10th VIRGINIA INFANTRY

CDV is a chest-up view of Theodore Lauck wearing a dark colored civilian frock coat, vest, white shirt and cravat. Theodore Lauck was born in 1844 in Page County, Virginia. He was a 17 year old… (P13817) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

CSA T-66 $50 NOTE

CSA T-66 $50 NOTE

[Criswell Type 66] Seventh printing, February 17, 1864. 1,671, 444 notes issued. Serial no. “80214”. Obverse features portrait of Jefferson Davis w/ red overlay. Reverse features large “FIFTY… (868-23) SOLD. Learn More »

$60.00
SOLD

CDV OF GENERAL FRANZ SIGEL

CDV OF GENERAL FRANZ SIGEL

CDV is a waist-up view of General Sigel wearing a dark colored double breasted frock coat with shoulder boards, white shirt and cravat. Franz Sigel (November 18, 1824 – August 21, 1902) was a German… (846-53) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

GENERAL NATHANIEL LYON AND MISSOURI IN 1861 – INSCRIPTION WRITTEN BY ALEXANDER STEPHENS

GENERAL NATHANIEL LYON AND MISSOURI IN 1861 – INSCRIPTION WRITTEN BY ALEXANDER STEPHENS

By James Peckham, Formerly Lt. Col., 8th Infantry, Mo. Vols. Published by American News Company, New York; 1866. Signed by Alexander Stephens, front eps, with following inscription in his hand:… (897-25) SOLD. Learn More »

NARRATIVE OF MILITARY OPERATIONS

NARRATIVE OF MILITARY OPERATIONS

By Joseph E. Johnston, General C.S.A. Published by D. Appleton and Company: D. Appleton and Company, New York: 1874. Front eps, owner book stamp: R.A. Weaver. 602 pp., maps, ills. Half lea. With… (897-52) SOLD. Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

UNUSUAL NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD

UNUSUAL NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD

A pattern we’ve never before encountered, this sword has standard M1852 Naval Officer’s Sword pommel with oak leaves and acorns cast on sides with top the standard standing American eagle… (344-3249) SOLD. Learn More »

RARE CS/US 12 POUND MOUNTAIN HOWITZER CANISTER ROUND FOR THE US MODEL 1841 12 POUNDER MOUNTAIN HOWITZER

RARE CS/US 12 POUND MOUNTAIN HOWITZER CANISTER ROUND FOR THE US MODEL 1841 12 POUNDER MOUNTAIN HOWITZER

Seldom seen and for sale (rarity 10 in the book Field Artillery Projectiles of the American Civil War by Thomas Dickey and Peter George). Canister round measures 9” tall x 4 ¾” in diameter. Wood… (M24070) SOLD. Learn More »

CIVIL WAR COPPER “DRUM” CANTEEN

CIVIL WAR COPPER “DRUM” CANTEEN

From Auburn, ME, Post No. 47, GAR collection. Non-regulation canteen, most likely a Confederate “trophy” brought back from the war. Small in circular size, 5.25 x 1.875” in depth. Three piece… (377-11) SOLD. Learn More »

ENGRAVED WINE DECANTER WITH STOPPER, CIRCA 1840-60

ENGRAVED WINE DECANTER WITH STOPPER, CIRCA 1840-60

Bottle measures 11” tall and 3” at the base. Original cork stopper with silver-toned cap and ring is present. Bottle has beautiful etching of grapes and flowers surrounding the word, “WINE”.… (14-1797) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

SIXTH PLATE DAGUERREOTYPE OF PUPPY

SIXTH PLATE DAGUERREOTYPE OF PUPPY

This is a full view of a puppy who is lying on a patterned blanket. Image is clear with good contrast. Some light oxidation has occurred. Image comes housed in full pressed paper case, which is in… (894-31) SOLD. Learn More »

LARGE CIVIL WAR ERA CATHEDRAL BOTTLE

LARGE CIVIL WAR ERA CATHEDRAL BOTTLE

Four sided, aqua colored cathedral style bottle measures 11 ½” high and 3 ½” at the base. Each side has a beautifully embossed design. This is one of the most typical bottles found in Civil War… (14-1793) SOLD. Learn More »

RAILROAD TRACK ANVIL FROM APPOMATTOX

RAILROAD TRACK ANVIL FROM APPOMATTOX

Iron section of rail is marked, “1865 SOUTHSIDE RAIL ROAD, APPOMATTOX VA. STATION”. Front and back of anvil are smooth, while top, bottom and sides are rough with pitting. Bottom has slight… (526-35) SOLD. Learn More »

LEFAUCHEUX 12MM PINFIRE REVOLVER

LEFAUCHEUX 12MM PINFIRE REVOLVER

Presented here is a M1854 12mm Lefaucheux pinfire. Handgun was designed and produced by the highly-acclaimed inventor of European firearms, Eugene Lefaucheux. Referred to as the Model 1854, the… (172-4236) SOLD. Learn More »

VERY RARE SPENCER RIFLE SOCKET BAYONET

VERY RARE SPENCER RIFLE SOCKET BAYONET

Hard to find 1st Type. Distinctive squared off shoulder. Less than 2000 made. 18 ½” blade length made them too long by ½” to fit the standard M1855 scabbards. The Bay State Tool Company was… (172-3641) SOLD. Learn More »

GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR RUBY GLASS WITH MASONIC SYMBOL

GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR RUBY GLASS WITH MASONIC SYMBOL

Beautiful ruby glass has the Masonic symbol of the compass with letter, “G” and, “GETTYSBURG 1863” etched on the side. Bottom is clear cut glass. Excellent condition with no chips or… (M25362) SOLD. Learn More »

$85.00
SOLD

US MODEL 1849 COLT POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER

US MODEL 1849 COLT POCKET PERCUSSION REVOLVER

Nice, untouched .31 caliber revolver with a 6 inch barrel length. Manufactured in 1862. All matching serial numbers “49686” indicates a production date in 1862. This Colt handgun features a 6 inch… (906-15) SOLD. Learn More »

DISPLAY BOX OF BULLETS FROM PICKETT’S CHARGE - ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

DISPLAY BOX OF BULLETS FROM PICKETT’S CHARGE - ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

This display box contains bullets and shell fragments all found in the area of Pickett’s Charge by the late John Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel Family Collection of Gettysburg… (173-2206) SOLD. Learn More »

$185.00
Originally $225.00


SOLD

BOX OF RELICS RECOVERED FROM THE AREA OF PICKETT’S CHARGE

BOX OF RELICS RECOVERED FROM THE AREA OF PICKETT’S CHARGE

Relics recovered on Pickett’s Charge field by local Gettysburg resident John Cullison, who excavated relics on the field from 1935-1959. Cullison sold his collection to the famed Gettysburg… (173-2202) SOLD. Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $125.00


SOLD


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