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RELIC 1840 SWORD DRAG FROM VALLEY OF DEATH, GETTYSBURG

RELIC 1840 SWORD DRAG FROM VALLEY OF DEATH, GETTYSBURG

Excavated brass drag from an 1840 sword scabbard. This type of drag was used on both the NCO and musician scabbards. Brass is in decent condition with minor dings and dents. Nice green and brown… (532-53) SOLD. Learn More »

IMPORT BARREL RECOVERED FROM BULL RUN / MANASSAS

IMPORT BARREL RECOVERED FROM BULL RUN / MANASSAS

Relic is a 45-inch straight barrel from an imported rifle.  Front sight and bayonet lug are still attached. Light rust and pitting is present all over.   [sm] Length of item will require shipment in… (819-49) SOLD. Learn More »

US MAJOR OFFICER’S HAT INSIGNIA

US MAJOR OFFICER’S HAT INSIGNIA

Bullion gold oak  leaf mounted on rectangular black felt patch, 2.25 x 1.875”. Bright Oak leaf (slightly off centered) measures 1.25 x .625”. Excellent condition. Fine CW insignia collectible. … (801-557) SOLD. Learn More »

NEW YORK HERALD, SEPTEMBER 22, 1862 – ANTIETAM / SHARPSBURG EDITION

NEW YORK HERALD, SEPTEMBER 22, 1862 – ANTIETAM / SHARPSBURG EDITION

Paper is dated from, “NEW YORK, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1862”. Top article reads, “SHARP SKIRMISHES ON SATURDAY”. Other headlines read, “THE LATEST FROM THE ARMY”, “THE BATTLE OF… (668-48) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

THE DRUMMER BOY, A STORY OF THE WAR, 1862

THE DRUMMER BOY, A STORY OF THE WAR, 1862

Cloth covered book was written by Dr. George P. Carter and was published in Boston by Crosby & Nichols in 1862. Title page reads, “THE DRUMMER BOY, A STORY OF THE WAR (IN VERSE) FOR THE YOUNG… (933-30) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

NICE CLEAN COPY OF “REMEMBER YOU ARE JERSEYMEN!”

NICE CLEAN COPY OF “REMEMBER YOU ARE JERSEYMEN!”

Volumes full title is “REMEMBER YOU ARE JERSEYMEN! A MILITARY HISTORY OF NEW JERSEY’S TROOPS IN THE CIVIL WAR” by Bilby and Goble. All regiments are represented in numerical order in the… (173-3846) SOLD. Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

MODEL 1816 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

MODEL 1816 SPRINGFIELD MUSKET CONVERTED TO PERCUSSION

Model 1816, .69 caliber smoothbore musket manufactured at Springfield, Mass. Dated 1830 and converted to percussion. The barrel is a full 42” in length and in overall nice smooth condition. The… (934-26) SOLD. Learn More »

MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD SMOOTHBORE MUSKET WITH BAYONET

MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD SMOOTHBORE MUSKET WITH BAYONET

Model 1842, .69 caliber smoothbore musket manufactured at Springfield, Mass. The barrel is a full 42” in length and in overall nice smooth condition. The barrel is smoothbore. Bore is clean. No rear… (934-03) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN PICTURED IN ALBAUGH’S BOOK ON CONFEDERATE ARMS

CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN PICTURED IN ALBAUGH’S BOOK ON CONFEDERATE ARMS

This tin drum canteen is a little wider than most encountered. It meas. approx. 6.00 inches across x 1.75 inches wide. Each side panel has a raised ring approx. 0.50 an inch from the edge. Two of the… (477-03) SOLD. Learn More »

ORIGINAL ART WORK - FRAMED C. J. PUGLIESE CHRISTMAS CARD

ORIGINAL ART WORK - FRAMED C. J. PUGLIESE CHRISTMAS CARD

This original card by well -known military artist C.J. Pugliese features an image of a winter scene with a Confederate and Union soldier waving to each other from across the picket lines.  Image is… (933-08) SOLD. Learn More »

SPECIAL MODEL 1861 BY L.G. & Y. DATED 1864

SPECIAL MODEL 1861 BY L.G. & Y. DATED 1864

The LG&Y musket was a product of the firm of E.G. Lamson, A. F. Goodnow, and B. B. Yale with forging facilities at Windsor, Vermont and machine shops in Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts. This… (G3654) SOLD. Learn More »

14TH NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY REUNION RIBBON – 1909

14TH NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY REUNION RIBBON – 1909

White ribbon with red printing. Ribbon is topped by a stamped brass scalloped frame with the original pin on the reverse. The lettering on the ribbon reads “14TH NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY VETERAN… (595-963) SOLD. Learn More »

$30.00
SOLD

ABRAHAM LINCOLN “FIVE DOLLAR BILL” CABINET CARD IMAGE

ABRAHAM LINCOLN “FIVE DOLLAR BILL” CABINET CARD IMAGE

Photo taken by Matthew Brady Studio 6.5 X 4.25”.  Front mark: “Brady. Washington, D.C.” Backmark: “L.C. Handy/ Photographer/ Publisher, 494 Maryland Ave./ South Washington, D.C.” Exhibits… (930-11) SOLD. Learn More »

$675.00
Originally $750.00


SOLD

ABRAHAM LINCOLN CARTOON “BANJO” CDV

ABRAHAM LINCOLN CARTOON “BANJO” CDV

Circa 1863. Backmark: “For sale by Charles Wheeler/ No. 20 Nassau St., New York.” Front cartoon caption: “I Wish I Was In Dixie.” Cartoon depicts President Lincoln’s large head ludicrously… (930-05) SOLD. Learn More »

$270.00
Originally $300.00


SOLD

SABER BAYONET FOR SPENCER NAVY RIFLE WITH SCABBARD

SABER BAYONET FOR SPENCER NAVY RIFLE WITH SCABBARD

These were produced for the first lot of Spencer rifles bought by the Navy, numbered under 1000, and fitted with a bayonet stud. The blade is approximately 20 1/8 inches in length and marked… (911-93) SOLD. Learn More »

SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR / WORLD WAR ONE ERA BRICOLE ROPE

SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR / WORLD WAR ONE ERA BRICOLE ROPE

The bricole rope was used by artillerists to drag their gun short distances. The rope was attached by a snap hook to the gun and the other end of the rope has a woven strap that the artillerist would… (M25544) SOLD. Learn More »

ABRAHAM LINCOLN HAIR & BANDAGE FRAGMENT FROM THE PETERSON HOUSE

ABRAHAM LINCOLN HAIR & BANDAGE FRAGMENT FROM THE PETERSON HOUSE

Nicely matted to display, this features several small strands of Lincoln’s hair, and a fragment of the gauze bandage from his death room at the Peterson House. Also included in this display is an… (M25598) SOLD. Learn More »

MILITIA OFFICER’S EAGLE POMMEL SWORD

MILITIA OFFICER’S EAGLE POMMEL SWORD

A nice example of a mid-19th century militia officer’s sword. A wonderful single edge bright polished blade blued with gold wash. Obverse side of the blade with military motifs and floral designs in… (E2676) SOLD. Learn More »

SINGLE EXCAVATED MILITARY-STYLE STIRRUP FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM IN GETTYSBURG

SINGLE EXCAVATED MILITARY-STYLE STIRRUP FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM IN GETTYSBURG

Here is a single, excavated, Civil War period military stirrup that was once part of the renowned, post-war Shields Museum in Gettysburg. Void of any visible stampings, this iron stirrup is typical… (942-07) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

LOT OF FIVE SPOONS FROM CAMP COLT, RECOVERED NEAR PENNSYLVANIA MONUMENT

LOT OF FIVE SPOONS FROM CAMP COLT, RECOVERED NEAR PENNSYLVANIA MONUMENT

Relic spoons were used at Camp Colt, a military installation near Gettysburg that was used for Tank Corps recruit training prior to deployment in World War I. The camp used the Gettysburg Battlefield… (R22154) SOLD. Learn More »

$10.00
SOLD


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THE LIFE AND DEATH OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN – AN INCLUSIVE DISPLAY

This large framed display features eight different Lincoln related relics, all mounted within magnified boxes handsomely displayed in a scarlet suede mat with gold Florentine trim. Included from left to right tracing his life and death are the… (M25315). Learn More »

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