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ELIZABETH CURTIS WALLACE GROUPING- BIBLE & TWO IMAGES

ELIZABETH CURTIS WALLACE GROUPING- BIBLE & TWO IMAGES

This large family Bible and images belonged to the writer of the well-known book, “Glencoe Diary: The War Time Journal of Elizabeth Curtis Wallace”, Norfolk County, Virginia. Elizabeth McIntosh… (B6099) SOLD. Learn More »

FORTY-FIVE STAR UNITED STATES FLAG

FORTY-FIVE STAR UNITED STATES FLAG

Flag is made of cotton bunting and except for discoloration from age it is in very good condition with no rips or tears and only a few minor holes. The flag meas. 8.00’ on the hoist and 12.00’ on… (M25365) SOLD. Learn More »

MID 19TH CENTURY CIVILIAN PATTERN BIT FOUND ON THE ROSE FARM, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

MID 19TH CENTURY CIVILIAN PATTERN BIT FOUND ON THE ROSE FARM, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

A nice example of a typical iron horse bit often found on mid 19th century farms. Of the various styles of civilian bits used, this plain simple blacksmith-made bit was inexpensive, practical and easy… (R11740) SOLD. Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $195.00


SOLD

THREE-QUARTER SEATED CDV IMAGE OF 12TH NEW HAMPSHIRE QUARTERMASTER SERGEANT – GEORGE W. EDWARDS

THREE-QUARTER SEATED CDV IMAGE OF 12TH NEW HAMPSHIRE QUARTERMASTER SERGEANT – GEORGE W. EDWARDS

Image shows a young, well-groomed George W. Edwards seated at a table. He wears a dark sack coat with Quartermaster Sergeant chevrons, a matching dark vest that is barely visible beneath his coat,… (P13619) SOLD. Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JANUARY 21, 1865 - GENERAL BUTLER’S DUTCH GAP CANAL

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JANUARY 21, 1865 - GENERAL BUTLER’S DUTCH GAP CANAL

VOL ix—NO. 421. 16 pp. [33-48], with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features full page illustration “View of General Butler’s Dutch Gap Canal Before the Explosion of… (L15180IIII) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

MAKER MARKED U.S. PERCUSSION CAP POUCH

MAKER MARKED U.S. PERCUSSION CAP POUCH

This is a very good leather percussion cap pouch. The leather throughout the box is pliable allowing the flaps to open. Light rubs here and there, otherwise very nice condition leather overall. The… (490-1023) SOLD. Learn More »

US CAVALRY HAT CORD

US CAVALRY HAT CORD

Yellow colored cavalry hat cord has two delicately braided, acorn shaped tassel ends that slip through a braided knot adjuster to fit the base of the crown on an officer’s slouch hat. Cord is in… (172-4320) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

TIN OF MAYNARD TAPE PRIMERS

TIN OF MAYNARD TAPE PRIMERS

Cylindrical japanned-tin container originally held ten roles of Maynard tape primers. Container is in great shape with only minor scratches in the brown finish. Complete with lid, but paper label on… (853-112) SOLD. Learn More »

$350.00
Originally $450.00


SOLD

FINE CONDITION UNION ARTILLERY SHELL JACKET

FINE CONDITION UNION ARTILLERY SHELL JACKET

Standard issue dark blue wool shell jacket with red piping on collar and cuffs with red trim down the front and along the edges. Jacket has 12 General Service eagle buttons down the front with two… (M25302) SOLD. Learn More »

NON-EXCAVATED, FALSE EMBROIDERED CIVIL WAR CROSSED SABERS INSIGNIA

NON-EXCAVATED, FALSE EMBROIDERED CIVIL WAR CROSSED SABERS INSIGNIA

This stamped brass device is an excellent example of a Civil War Cavalry officer’s hat insignia. Device features two long sabers crossed below their center points. This specimen has scabbard rings… (M25382) SOLD. Learn More »

EXCELLENT CIVIL WAR VERMONT STATE SEAL BUTTONNERAL SERVICE BUTTON

EXCELLENT CIVIL WAR VERMONT STATE SEAL BUTTON

This is a wonderful non-dug example of a Federal two-piece brass button as worn on many Vermont State soldiers’ uniforms. This coat-size button is of two-piece construction with a border. Retains… (M25379) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

EXCELLENT CONFEDERATE “CSA” GENERAL SERVICE BUTTON

EXCELLENT CONFEDERATE “CSA” GENERAL SERVICE BUTTON

This artifact is a fine condition, non-dug example of a two-piece CS army general service button as worn on the uniforms of Confederate soldiers.    The brass, coat-size button is of two-piece… (M25376) SOLD. Learn More »

CDV OF TOM THUMB’S WEDDING PARTY

CDV OF TOM THUMB’S WEDDING PARTY

This is a trimmed carte de visite. Measuring 2 3/8” x 3 15/16”. Printed caption on bottom of mount “Tom Thumb’s Wedding Group.” Image is slightly light, with decent contrast. There is no… (P13152) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

RARE, EXCAVATED, CONFEDERATE 3” ARCHER BOLT

RARE, EXCAVATED, CONFEDERATE 3” ARCHER BOLT

Here is an excavated, seldom-seen Civil War Confederate 3” field artillery projectile commonly referred to as an Archer Bolt. The design was likely produced by Dr. Robert Archer a partner of Joseph… (R22570) SOLD. Learn More »

POWDER BAG FOR 4.52” 12 POUNDER

POWDER BAG FOR 4.52” 12 POUNDER

Civil War era artillery powder bag. Made of cotton, salt and pepper colored, measuring 15 ¾” x 7 ½”. Some staining and seam separation but overall it is in very good condition. … (84-30) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

RELIC US 12-PDR. IRON CANISTER BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

RELIC US 12-PDR. IRON CANISTER BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

Excavated iron canister ball fired from a 12-pounder smoothbore cannon. Iron ball is 1 ½” in diameter. Rusty and moderately pitted. Recovered 300 yards north of the Trostle farm house at Gettysburg… (R22042) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

TOMPION FOR THE PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD

TOMPION FOR THE PATTERN 1853 ENFIELD

This tompion has a cork body with a brass cap and base. Cork body is intact. The brass cap and base have a nice dark patina, with some original gilt showing. A tompion was used by placing it in the… (362-767) SOLD. Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

DAUGHTERS OF LIBERTY MEDAL, 1907

DAUGHTERS OF LIBERTY MEDAL, 1907

Top hangar is made of white metal and is marked, “DAUGHTERS OF LIBERTY”. Original pin is present on reverse, and bar from which hangs a silk ribbon with American flag design. Attached at end of… (172-4412) SOLD. Learn More »

$15.00
SOLD

SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF LIBERTY MEDAL, 1907

SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF LIBERTY MEDAL, 1907

Top hangar is made of brass and is marked, “SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF LIBERTY” below an image of a Bible with two hands shaking above it. Original pin is present on reverse, and bar from which hangs a… (172-4411) SOLD. Learn More »

$15.00
SOLD

G.A.R. PIKE’S PEAK REUNION COIN, 1905

G.A.R. PIKE’S PEAK REUNION COIN, 1905

Copper coin features an image of Pike’s Peak on one side, while then other has a laurel wreath and raised lettering that reads, “39TH NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT G.A.R., DENVER, SEPT. 1905. IN HONOR OF… (408-388) SOLD. Learn More »

$30.00
SOLD


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CONFEDERATE BUCKSHOT CARTRIDGE – AUGUSTA ARSENAL

Very scarce Confederate buckshot cartridge made at Augusta Arsenal.  These Augusta cartridges are easily recognized by the salmon-colored paper and that they are filled with 15 buckshot.  Other C.S. arsenals used 12 buckshot. Tied above and below… (286-234). Learn More »

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