Previously Sold Items

Showing 81 to 100 out of 200


.58 CALIBER RIFLE MUSKET CARTRIDGE

.58 CALIBER RIFLE MUSKET CARTRIDGE

Regulation tan paper cartridge for the .58 caliber rifled musket. This is the typical "minie ball" cartridge of the American Civil War. Known as the "regulation" or "American military" style of… (490-906) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

REGULATION 1861 CARTRIDGE BOX AND SLING – WITH PLATES

REGULATION 1861 CARTRIDGE BOX AND SLING – WITH PLATES

This cartridge box is the "Pattern 1861", it was ornamented with a brass "US" boxplate.  It has two inside flaps covering the tins and the front implement pouch.  Belt straps are centered, sewn and… (490-1010) SOLD. Learn More »

ROLL OF MAYNARD TAPE PRIMERS

ROLL OF MAYNARD TAPE PRIMERS

An opened roll, complete. Great for display. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED THROUGH OUR LAYAWAY PROGRAM. FOR OUR… (M24680) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

.52 CALIBER SHARPS & HANKINS CARTRIDGE

.52 CALIBER SHARPS & HANKINS CARTRIDGE

Non-dug cartridge for First Model Sharps & Hankins carbine. Self-contained rimfire cartridge with copper case. No headstamp. Until recently this round was mistakenly thought to be for the Ballard… (853-117) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

.44 CALIBER HAZARD CARTRIDGE

.44 CALIBER HAZARD CARTRIDGE

Cartridge for .44 caliber Army revolver made by Hazard Powder Company.  These were made under the three Doremus & Budd patents of 1862, using a moulded powder cake glued to the bullet and then… (490-533) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN WAR MERIT CROSS WITH SWORDS, 2ND CLASS (WITH MISMATCHED RIBBON)

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN WAR MERIT CROSS WITH SWORDS, 2ND CLASS (WITH MISMATCHED RIBBON)

This German medal is the War Merit Cross with Swords 2nd Class.  The ribbon on this example is incorrect; the ribbon is for an Iron Cross, 2nd Class.  The correct ribbon for the War Merit Cross has… (889-131) SOLD. Learn More »

$20.00
SOLD

CIVIL WAR ERA HANDLED TIN POT WITH COPPER BOTTOM

CIVIL WAR ERA HANDLED TIN POT WITH COPPER BOTTOM

Pot measures 5 ¼” at the base x 4” high x 4 ¼’ at the top. Small brass just under top rim with maker’s name, “WECHSLER & ABRAHAM, WARRANTED, BROOKLYN, N.Y.”.  Handle measures 5”… (172-4014) SOLD. Learn More »

MINIATURE SOLDIER DISPLAY OF THE 1ST TEXAS IN THE CORNFIELD AT ANTIETAM

MINIATURE SOLDIER DISPLAY OF THE 1ST TEXAS IN THE CORNFIELD AT ANTIETAM

Wooden base has twenty-eight miniature soldiers representing the 1st Texas fighting at the Battle of Antietam/Sharpsburg in Miller’s cornfield. Soldier in the front is leading the other men with a… (516-269) SOLD. Learn More »

PAINTED CANTEEN IDENTIFIED TO 20TH MAINE SOLDIER

PAINTED CANTEEN IDENTIFIED TO 20TH MAINE SOLDIER

Item is a Model 1858 smoothside canteen minus the cover, sling and cork stopper. The spout and all three sling keepers are present. The entire body of the canteen is painted black with the spout and… (377-09) SOLD. Learn More »

REMINGTON-MAYNARD TAPE CONVERSION RIFLED-MUSKET

REMINGTON-MAYNARD TAPE CONVERSION RIFLED-MUSKET

This heavy, full-stock, percussion cap and ball, .69 caliber, rifled musket was originally a M1816 type 2 or type 3 musket. It was altered by the Frankford Arsenal with new Maynard Type primer locks… (173-2160) SOLD. Learn More »

$1,100.00
Originally $1,350.00


SOLD

UNDERWOOD & UNDERWOOD STEREOVIEW – DEVIL’S DEN

UNDERWOOD & UNDERWOOD STEREOVIEW – DEVIL’S DEN

View is mounted on gray stock with “UNDERWOOD & UNDERWOOD” and publishing information on the edges. Caption reads “Devil’s Den – Confederate Sharp-shooters stronghold  - 67 dead found… (P13606) SOLD. Learn More »

$30.00
SOLD

UNDERWOOD & UNDERWOOD STEREOVIEW OF “WALL WHERE TIDE TURNED WITH PICKETT’S BLOODY REPULSE”

UNDERWOOD & UNDERWOOD STEREOVIEW OF “WALL WHERE TIDE TURNED WITH PICKETT’S BLOODY REPULSE”

View is mounted on gray stock with “UNDERWOOD & UNDERWOOD” and publishing information on the edges. Caption reads “Where the terrific battle raged – wall where tide turned with Pickett’s… (P13603) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

CDV OF A WHITE CAT

CDV OF A WHITE CAT

Image of a white cat with a ribbon or collar around its neck, lying on a dark piece of fabric. BM: J.C. RICHARDSON / 120 Hanover Street / BOSTON.   Overall in very good condition; corners clipped,… (894-91) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

RELIC US 3” HOTCHKISS FUSE ADAPTER FROM GETTYSBURG

RELIC US 3” HOTCHKISS FUSE ADAPTER FROM GETTYSBURG

Brass Hotchkiss fuse adapter measuring approximately 2 3/8” long. From a fired shell. Head is flanged with a screwdriver slot and measures about 1 1/8” in diameter. Threads run about 1/2” down… (R21985) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE SEAL BUTTON

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE SEAL BUTTON

Vest size (18mm).  Backmark: “HORSTMANN & ALLIEN . N . Y”.  Straight, round shank with VF+ condition face.  [jet] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS… (344-2985) SOLD. Learn More »

US NAVY PASS BOX FOR 32-PDR

US NAVY PASS BOX FOR 32-PDR

Pass boxes were used by the gunner to carry live artillery-cartridges from a magazine to the piece. This pass box is a leather cylinder, with a lid, and has a leather sling. The sling is one piece… (853-85) SOLD. Learn More »

FULL STANDING SIGNED CDV OF JOHN BURNS, THE HERO OF GETTYSBURG

FULL STANDING SIGNED CDV OF JOHN BURNS, THE HERO OF GETTYSBURG

One of the more often seen poses of John Burns. The old fellow is standing by a balustrade with his rifle in the crook of his left arm. His right arm is by his side. Burns is shown wearing his usual… (846-74) SOLD. Learn More »

‘ELI WHITNEY’ SECOND CONTRACT M1822 CONVERSION, DATED 1836

‘ELI WHITNEY’ SECOND CONTRACT M1822 CONVERSION, DATED 1836

This longarm is a U.S. government ‘second contract’ model 1822 flintlock musket altered to percussion in 1836. In fair to good overall condition, the musket was product of the Connecticut firm of… (173-2153) SOLD. Learn More »

$1,150.00
Originally $1,325.00


SOLD

TOWER-MARKED BRITISH ENFIELD PATTERN 1856 PERCUSSION RIFLE-MUSKET ID’D TO JOSEPH STOUT, 32ND PENNSYLVANIA VOUNTEER INFANTRY

TOWER-MARKED BRITISH ENFIELD PATTERN 1856 PERCUSSION RIFLE-MUSKET ID’D TO JOSEPH STOUT, 32ND PENNSYLVANIA VOUNTEER INFANTRY

This Pattern 1853 rifle-musket is one of over 500,000 Enfield Pattern 1853 muskets purchased / imported by the US Ordnance Department during the Civil War.  Longarm is identified to Joseph Stout, a… (173-2819) SOLD. Learn More »

$3,000.00
Originally $3,500.00


SOLD

GETTYSBURG 75TH ANNIVERSARY SILVER COIN

GETTYSBURG 75TH ANNIVERSARY SILVER COIN

Silver coin features an image of both a Union and Confederate soldier, surrounded by the words, “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, BLUE AND GRAY REUNION”. Reverse has images of both the U.S. flag and… (M25357) SOLD. Learn More »


Showing 81 to 100 out of 200

featured item

C. 1843-1850 SNARE DRUM WITH “BARBOUR COUNTY VIRGINIA” AND AN AMERICAN EAGLE PAINTED ON THE SIDE!

Drum is a superb untouched attic condition drum. It measures 17 ¾” x 20” dia. The body is painted red with county and state in approx. 1” high letters around the premium hole. The percussion hole insert which was probably bone is missing. The… (846-59). Learn More »

Upcoming Events

27
Mar

Coming up April 7-8: 45th Annual American Civil War Show, Fredericksburg, VA Learn More »