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DROPPED BRITISH CYLINDRICAL .45 CALIBER WHITWORTH BULLET FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION – RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD WEST OF GETTYSBURG

DROPPED BRITISH CYLINDRICAL .45 CALIBER WHITWORTH BULLET FROM THE SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION – RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD WEST OF GETTYSBURG

This dropped .45 caliber Whitworth bullet was designed and used in Sir Joseph Whitworth’s sniper rifle. Whitworth, a prominent British engineer and entrepreneur, patented the concept of adding a… (490-2247) SOLD. Learn More »

IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR SOLDIER’S BIBLE, SERGT. CHARLES McKNIGHT, 13TH VERMONT, “HE WAS COOL, BRAVE, AND ACTIVE.” - DIED OF DISEASE IN 1863

IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR SOLDIER’S BIBLE, SERGT. CHARLES McKNIGHT, 13TH VERMONT, “HE WAS COOL, BRAVE, AND ACTIVE.” - DIED OF DISEASE IN 1863

This Civil War bible published by the New York Bible Society in 1862 is typical of the testaments, prayer books, and religious tracts presented by well-wishers, loved ones, and religious and… (1100-93) SOLD. Learn More »

UCV SOUTHERN CROSS OF HONOR FOR J.D STONE

UCV SOUTHERN CROSS OF HONOR FOR J.D STONE

The Southern Cross of Honor was a commemorative medal established in 1899 by the United Daughters of the Confederacy to honor Confederate veterans. They were awarded from the years 1900-1959. The top… (2020-791) SOLD. Learn More »

GETTYSBURG 1913 SOUVENIR COIN

GETTYSBURG 1913 SOUVENIR COIN

Gold colored coin inlaid in laurel wreath.  The face of the coin has Union and Confederate cross flags with hands shaking in center.  Around the center figure reads ‘50th ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE… (286-857) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

NEW MODEL 1863 SHARPS CARBINE

NEW MODEL 1863 SHARPS CARBINE

The most famous, single-shot, percussion firearm used during the Civil War was the Sharps carbine, a .52 caliber, breechloading firearm invented and patented by Hartford, Connecticut native Christian… (1117-103) SOLD. Learn More »

STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS HAVERSACK

STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS HAVERSACK

This white canvas haversack comes with its original liner would button in place and could be removed for cleaning. The bag and cover are one piece, and the cover would fasten with two bone buttons… (665-81) SOLD. Learn More »

THE EMPTY SLEEVE: SCARCE TINTYPE OF A CONFEDERATE ENLISTED MAN WITH MISSING ARM

THE EMPTY SLEEVE: SCARCE TINTYPE OF A CONFEDERATE ENLISTED MAN WITH MISSING ARM

This telling sixth-plate tintype shows the cost of war. Photographed seated and from the knees-up against a plain backdrop, a Confederate private missing his right arm stares directly into the camera.… (490-2245) SOLD. Learn More »

GAR PIN FOR POST 338 TROY N.Y., GRISWOLD POST

GAR PIN FOR POST 338 TROY N.Y., GRISWOLD POST

This oval G.A.R. post badge has a low-relief applied vignette of the Monitor at center and separate wreath at bottom. At top in a ribbon scroll is, “John A. Griswold Post G.A.R.” in black letters,… (30-2218) SOLD. Learn More »

IDENTIFICATION DISK OF CHARLES BROWN, CO. B 12th NY, WIA GAINES MILL; PROVOST GUARD AT HQ FIFTH CORPS 1863 – 1865; 5th NY VET VOLS, DURYEA’S ZOUAVES

IDENTIFICATION DISK OF CHARLES BROWN, CO. B 12th NY, WIA GAINES MILL; PROVOST GUARD AT HQ FIFTH CORPS 1863 – 1865; 5th NY VET VOLS, DURYEA’S ZOUAVES

This identification disk has lots of its original silver wash, crisp stamping, and good detail with just slight rubbing on the high points. Charles Brown served in 12th New York Volunteers, was… (1117-80) SOLD. Learn More »

NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE MILITIA BUCKLE ON BELT

NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE MILITIA BUCKLE ON BELT

New Hampshire State Militia buckle, intended for units from New Hampshire. This plate is believed to have been manufactured during the war. The New Hampshire militia was authorized in 1862. None of… (1117-119) SOLD. Learn More »

“DUG” SMITH’S PATENT SHOULDER STRAP

“DUG” SMITH’S PATENT SHOULDER STRAP

Smith received a patent on June 18, 1861 for a metallic false embroidered shoulder strap. This is just one of the stamped brass borders and a single lieutenant’s bar. This excavated relic is 1 ½… (2020-736) SOLD. Learn More »

$40.00
SOLD

HARPER’S WEEKLY, OCTOBER 22, 1864 - GRANT’S CAMPAIGN, BATTLE OF CHAPIN’S FARM, REBEL ASSAULT ON FT. HARRISON, SHERIDAN IN THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY

HARPER’S WEEKLY, OCTOBER 22, 1864 - GRANT’S CAMPAIGN, BATTLE OF CHAPIN’S FARM, REBEL ASSAULT ON FT. HARRISON, SHERIDAN IN THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY

Vol. VIII—No. 498. 16 pp. [673-688], four columns, w/stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features dramatic camp portrait scene of Gen. Butler following the Battle of Chapin’s Farm.… (998-1873) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

HARPER’S WEEKLY, JULY 6, 1862 - PENINSULA CAMPAIGN/SEVEN DAYS’ BATTLES

HARPER’S WEEKLY, JULY 6, 1862 - PENINSULA CAMPAIGN/SEVEN DAYS’ BATTLES

Vol. VI—No. 291. 16 pp. [465-480], four columns, w/numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features portrait sketches of Brigadier-Generals Daniel Butterfield and Truman Seymour… (998-1840) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

HARPER’S WEEKLY. AUGUST 27, 1864 - GEN. GRANT AT CITY POINT/SHERMAN’S CAMPAIGN/BATTLE OF EZRA CHURCH

HARPER’S WEEKLY. AUGUST 27, 1864 - GEN. GRANT AT CITY POINT/SHERMAN’S CAMPAIGN/BATTLE OF EZRA CHURCH

Vol. VIII—No. 400. 16 pp. [546-560], four columns, w/ various stories, illustrations and cartons. Front cover features dramatic full page illustration of “General Grant’s Campaign—Explosion… (998-1876) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

HARPER’S WEEKLY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1862—MAJOR GEN. JOHN POPE/CEDAR CREEK/ 2ND BULL RUN

HARPER’S WEEKLY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1862—MAJOR GEN. JOHN POPE/CEDAR CREEK/ 2ND BULL RUN

Vol. VI—No. 298. 16 pp. [577-592] with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features page length portrait of Major Gen. Pope and lengthy commentary on the activities of his… (998-1839) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

HARPER’S WEEKLY, OCTOBER 5, 1861 - BERDAN’S SHARPSHOOTERS/ DURYA’S ZOUAVES/ GEN. MCCLELLAN’S BODYGUARD (STURGIS RIFLES)

HARPER’S WEEKLY, OCTOBER 5, 1861 - BERDAN’S SHARPSHOOTERS/ DURYA’S ZOUAVES/ GEN. MCCLELLAN’S BODYGUARD (STURGIS RIFLES)

Vol. V.—No 249. 16 pp. [625-640], four columns, w/numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front pages features fascinating sketches of the “Berdan’s Sharpshooters at Weehauken,”… (998-1890) SOLD. Learn More »

HALF OF THE PATTERN 1832 ARTILLERY ENLISTEDMAN’S PLATE

HALF OF THE PATTERN 1832 ARTILLERY ENLISTEDMAN’S PLATE

Plate consists of a cast circular disc with raised crossed cannons at center flanked by the raised letters “US.” One side has a keeper that is cast as an integral part of the plate. The opposite… (1110-13) SOLD. Learn More »

U. S. SPRINGFIELD M1863 TYPE I MUSKET

U. S. SPRINGFIELD M1863 TYPE I MUSKET

This Civil War longarm is a .58 caliber Springfield Model 1863, Type 1, single-shot muzzleloader. The Springfield M1863 Type 1 musket was a government arsenal product from Springfield, Massachusetts.… (218-562) SOLD. Learn More »

CIVIL WAR REMINGTON-BEALS NAVY MODEL REVOLVER

CIVIL WAR REMINGTON-BEALS NAVY MODEL REVOLVER

This percussion handgun is a Civil War specimen of the Remington-Beals Navy model produced in 1861-1862. Approximately 14,500 of these percussion revolvers were produced in .36 caliber with unmarked… (1099-03) SOLD. Learn More »

BUST VIEW CDV OF GETTYSBURG 12TH CORPS COMMANDER GENERAL HENRY W. SLOCUM

BUST VIEW CDV OF GETTYSBURG 12TH CORPS COMMANDER GENERAL HENRY W. SLOCUM

Image shows Slocum in three-quarter right profile in the uniform of a brigadier general. Contrast and clarity are excellent. Paper and mount are mostly clean. Lower right corner is dogeared. Reverse… (2020-506) SOLD. Learn More »


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ALS - 2ND LIEUTENANT THOMAS J. JACKSON MEXICAN WAR LETTER, WITH NOTATION & SIGNATURE OF GEN. GIDEON PILLOW

Dated “November 11, 1847 / MEXICO.” Addressed to Captain, H.L. Scott (Acting Asst. Adj. Gen. of U.S. Forces), w/signed comments from Major Gen. Gideon Pillow. 2 pp. on unlined paper, 9” x 11. Lightly yellowed, ink faded while remaining entirely… (128-1182). Learn More »

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