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ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION DISPLAY OF PIECES OF TREES FROM THE GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD CEMETERY

ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION DISPLAY OF PIECES OF TREES FROM THE GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD CEMETERY

The Rosensteel name will be familiar to any Civil War collector with an interest in Gettysburg. John Rosensteel picked up the family’s first relic of the battle, a rifle found next to a dead… (M25593) SOLD. Learn More »

COLT ROOT PEACOCK FLASK

COLT ROOT PEACOCK FLASK

These lacquered copper and brass flasks are usually found with cased Colt Root revolvers. Those pretty side-hammer revolvers were made by Colt in .28 and .32 calibers from 1855 to about 1870. The… (30-2158) SOLD. Learn More »

COLT POCKET MODEL FLASK WITH MUCH ORIGINAL FINISH

COLT POCKET MODEL FLASK WITH MUCH ORIGINAL FINISH

This flask for a Colt pocket model has lots of original finish and lacquer on the copper and brass, and the spring shows lots of original blue as well. The American eagle with shield, arrows and olive… (30-2157) SOLD. Learn More »

EXQUISITELY ETCHED AND BEAUTIFULLY PRESERVED MODEL 1850 STAFF AND FIELD SWORD BY GORHAM, PROVIDENCE, R.I.

EXQUISITELY ETCHED AND BEAUTIFULLY PRESERVED MODEL 1850 STAFF AND FIELD SWORD BY GORHAM, PROVIDENCE, R.I.

This sword was formerly in the Dick Johnson collection, a name familiar to any collector of American swords. If any additional testimony to its quality were necessary, it is pictured in John… (809-99) SOLD. Learn More »

LETTER FROM CAPT. GUSTAVUS MASTIN, 4th ALABAMA - KILLED IN ACTION AT SEVEN PINES

LETTER FROM CAPT. GUSTAVUS MASTIN, 4th ALABAMA - KILLED IN ACTION AT SEVEN PINES

A nicely framed letter and envelope from a Confederate officer killed in action at Seven Pines, framed with a copy photo of the officer in uniform. The letter was written November 15, 1861, by Captain… (1054-885) SOLD. Learn More »

ARCHIVALLY FRAMED CONFEDERATE $1000 BOND OF FEBRUARY 17, 1864, WITH ALL COUPONS INTACT

ARCHIVALLY FRAMED CONFEDERATE $1000 BOND OF FEBRUARY 17, 1864, WITH ALL COUPONS INTACT

Confederate bonds are a nice combination of art and history. The aspiring new nation was dependent upon economic power as well as military. The two were naturally intertwined and equally complicated.… (976-14) SOLD. Learn More »

GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR JENNIE WADE BADGE – PA NATIONAL GUARD, 1902

GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR JENNIE WADE BADGE – PA NATIONAL GUARD, 1902

Badge features red, white and blue silk cockades with streamers. In the center is a celluloid button with an image of Jennie Wade. Wording reads, “CAMP N.G.P. GETTYSBURG 1902, JENNIE WADE KILLED AT… (1054-1014) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY LANYARD

CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY LANYARD

Civil War cannons were fired using friction primers set in the vent hole at the breech once the gun was loaded. These primers had a small wire with a loop on the end which was yanked out to ignite a… (M26274) SOLD. Learn More »

1880'S EAGLE INSIGNIA FOR A CAVALRY HELMET

1880'S EAGLE INSIGNIA FOR A CAVALRY HELMET

Stamped brass spread-winged eagle with a patriotic shield on his chest. Between the eagle and the shield are a pair of crossed cavalry sabers. Reverse of the plate has all three attachment loops. The… (668-183) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

GUTTA PERCHA NILES PATENT COLLAPSIBLE CUP

GUTTA PERCHA NILES PATENT COLLAPSIBLE CUP

Lid reads "NILES DRINKING CUP PATENTED JUNE 5th 1860." Measures 2.5" diameter. Measures 1" height collapsed and 2.75" unfolded. Shows very light surface scratches and spotting. Fully functions. … (1054-1392) SOLD. Learn More »

U.S. REGULATION CIVIL WAR TIN CUP

U.S. REGULATION CIVIL WAR TIN CUP

This is a regulation tin cup of the Civil War-era. It is constructed of heavy gauge tin with rolled lip on top edge, bottom attached by solder, and handle attached by a single rivet on bottom and two… (809-92) SOLD. Learn More »

NEW JERSEY BADGE IDENTIFIED TO 12TH N.J. INFANTRYMAN

NEW JERSEY BADGE IDENTIFIED TO 12TH N.J. INFANTRYMAN

Metal badge given by the state to New Jersey veterans who served in the Civil War. This medal is numbered 3370 and engraved with “John L. Severns”. Two-piece medal with spring pin attached to the… (490-1885) SOLD. Learn More »

FULL STANDING QUARTER-PLATE TINTYPE OF ARMED UNION SOLDIER WITH PRESCOTT REVOLVER

FULL STANDING QUARTER-PLATE TINTYPE OF ARMED UNION SOLDIER WITH PRESCOTT REVOLVER

Image shows a rather young Union soldier posed in front of a painted backdrop of a camp scene with a flag floating from the top of a pole. The camp consists of dog tents on the left and Sibley tents… (668-174) SOLD. Learn More »

IDENTIFIED EAGLE “I” COAT BUTTON

IDENTIFIED EAGLE “I” COAT BUTTON

This item is a coat-sized eagle “I” button worn on infantry officer’s frock coats during the Civil War. Button has perfect face with traces of gilt wash remaining. Reverse has complete shank… (1054-2473) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

EMPTY CDV ALBUM

EMPTY CDV ALBUM

Empty Brown, blind-stamped leather album,  3.75 x 5.125”, 12 leaves, w/ bronze clasp, gilt stamped spine (“Album”), with raised bands, and gilt edges. Exhibits very slight cover wear. Else… (1054-2098) SOLD. Learn More »

$40.00
SOLD

RELIC CANISTER BALL MOUNTED ON WOOD BASE

RELIC CANISTER BALL MOUNTED ON WOOD BASE

12-pound canister ball mounted on a round wooden base makes a nice display piece. Underside of base has hand inscription that reads, “GETTYSBURG 1863” and an old hand written note that reads,… (1054-2387) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

BULLET IN BURNT WOOD BEAM – RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

BULLET IN BURNT WOOD BEAM – RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

Piece of charred wood was recovered from the Gettysburg Battlefield. It was likely from either the Sherfy or Bliss Farms, as they were the only barns that burned during the battle. A round ball is… (1054-2625) SOLD. Learn More »

NICE 1800 PAMPHLET - SERMON ON THE DEATH OF GEORGE WASHINGTON

NICE 1800 PAMPHLET - SERMON ON THE DEATH OF GEORGE WASHINGTON

Pamphlet is titled in full “A SERMON PREACHED AT CAMBRIDGE, ON THE LORD’S DAY, DECEMBER 29, 1799, OCCASIONED BY THE DEATH OF GEORGE WASHINGTON, COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE AMERICAN ARMIES, AND LATE… (B6208) SOLD. Learn More »

G.A.R. BELT, BUCKLE AND MCKEEVER CARTRIDGE BOX

G.A.R. BELT, BUCKLE AND MCKEEVER CARTRIDGE BOX

Grand Army of the Republic belt with buckle and cartridge box in fair condition.  Leather bridle leather belt is supple and in good condition.  Measures approximately 1 ½” wide. Rectangular… (1054-1456) SOLD. Learn More »

DISCHARGE AND POST-WAR PENSION DOCUMENTS FOR PVT. GEORGE KIDD, 58TH NEW YORK NATIONAL GUARD

DISCHARGE AND POST-WAR PENSION DOCUMENTS FOR PVT. GEORGE KIDD, 58TH NEW YORK NATIONAL GUARD

Group of documents to include the wartime discharge and post-war pension documents for George Kidd, 58th New York National Guard Infantry Regiment.  The 58th NY NG Infantry was a 100 day unit,… (1053-51O) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD


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FRAMED DOCUMENT SIGNED BY CONFEDERATE GENERAL A. P. HILL

Handwritten in period ink on blue paper this September 1863 document is by Surgeon George Ross requesting a furlough for Private S. F. Harper of Company A, 22nd North Carolina Infantry still suffering from the effects of a wound received at Seven… (1030-94). Learn More »

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