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IDENTIFIED MESS FORK FROM PRIVATE AND SERGEANT GEORGE W. MOWERS, 21st PA CAVALRY AND 87th PA INFANTRY

IDENTIFIED MESS FORK FROM PRIVATE AND SERGEANT GEORGE W. MOWERS, 21st PA CAVALRY AND 87th PA INFANTRY

We recently acquired a sizeable group of artifacts preserved for the last 150 years in the family of George W. Mowers of Fayetteville, Pa. Mowers was 18 years old and working in his father’s wagon… (M26514) SOLD. Learn More »

$79.50
SOLD

CIVIL WAR CLAY PIPE IDENTIFIED TO GEORGE W. MOWERS, 21st PA CAVALRY & 87th PA INFANTRY

CIVIL WAR CLAY PIPE IDENTIFIED TO GEORGE W. MOWERS, 21st PA CAVALRY & 87th PA INFANTRY

We proud to offer a group of Civil War material gathered by George W. Mowers, private 21st Pennsylvania Cavalry and Sergeant 87th Pennsylvania Infantry, and preserved until recently in the family when… (M26517) SOLD. Learn More »

$67.50
SOLD

A FULLY-ARMED CAVALRYMAN WITH SHARPS CARBINE AT BENTON BARRACKS WITH IDENTIFICATION

A FULLY-ARMED CAVALRYMAN WITH SHARPS CARBINE AT BENTON BARRACKS WITH IDENTIFICATION

Benton Barracks was established at St. Louis, Missouri, as a training ground by General Fremont in 1861. Constructed on the site of the St. Louis Fairgrounds, it grew to include extensive barracks… (480-174) SOLD. Learn More »

1862 45TH NORTH CAROLINA SOLDIER LETTER – PVT. WILLIAM J. LOWRY; KILLED AT GETTYSBURG ON JULY 2ND 1863!

1862 45TH NORTH CAROLINA SOLDIER LETTER – PVT. WILLIAM J. LOWRY; KILLED AT GETTYSBURG ON JULY 2ND 1863!

2 page letter on lined 11 x 7 ½” paper. Boldly and neatly written in ink with a few misspelled words. Shows light wear and scattered ink smears. Dated March 30, 1862 from Camp Magnum, NC, and… (1054-2235) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE RECEIPT FOR FUNDS PAID TO 51ST VIRGINIA SOLDIER’S FAMILY

CONFEDERATE RECEIPT FOR FUNDS PAID TO 51ST VIRGINIA SOLDIER’S FAMILY

Small pre-printed document meas. approx. 6.00 x 2.75 inches. Document is filled out in period ink and is headed “WYTHE COUNTY, VA” but there is no date. The document shows that $10 was paid to the… (L15553) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

CONFEDERATE RECEIPT FOR FUNDS PAID TO 51ST VIRGINIA SOLDIER’S FAMILY

CONFEDERATE RECEIPT FOR FUNDS PAID TO 51ST VIRGINIA SOLDIER’S FAMILY

Small pre-printed document meas. approx. 6.00 x 2.75 inches. Document is filled out in period ink and is dated “WYTHE COUNTY, VA. JAN. 16, 1864” and shows that $30 was paid to the family of Moses… (L15552) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

NICE MODEL 1851 CADET SOCKET BAYONET

NICE MODEL 1851 CADET SOCKET BAYONET

Metal surfaces of bayonet are in very nice condition with moderate mottling throughout. The blade is 14 ½” long; the bayonet is 17 ½” overall. Blade flat has a worn “US” stamping. Locking… (172-5544) SOLD. Learn More »

RARE SOCKET BAYONET FOR HALL RIFLE

RARE SOCKET BAYONET FOR HALL RIFLE

See Robert Reilly, AMERICAN SOCKET BAYONETS and SCABBARDS, p. 55-56, ills. B76/B76A. Overall length is approximately 19”, blade length 16”. Top “flute”, or “fuller”, runs 9” forward to… (172-5545) SOLD. Learn More »

OLD BUCKTAILS REUNION RIBBON – GETTYSBURG, 1901

OLD BUCKTAILS REUNION RIBBON – GETTYSBURG, 1901

Hangar is a brass filigree fame around a celluloid bar labeled in black, “GETTYSBURG”. Original pin is present on reverse. Suspended from hangar is a red silk ribbon with black lettering that… (141-98) SOLD. Learn More »

STRAND OF GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE’S HAIR

STRAND OF GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE’S HAIR

Small, ornate brass frame houses a strand of hair that was taken from a lock of hair that the General himself presented to a friend on April 19, 1869 in Lexington, Virginia. Letters of provenance by… (1054-1376) SOLD. Learn More »

EMPTY NINTH PLATE UNION CASE

EMPTY NINTH PLATE UNION CASE

Oval case has an embossed floral design on both the front and back. Hinge and clasp are fully functional. Case is meant to fit a ninth plate sized image. Maker’s label for Littlefield, Parson’s… (P14106) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

ID'D CDV FULL LENGTH VIEW - MAHLON H. PULLMAN, 34TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

ID'D CDV FULL LENGTH VIEW - MAHLON H. PULLMAN, 34TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

Standing view of Pvt. Mahlon H. Hollman in full uniform with long nine button frock coat, light blue pants and kepi. No backmark, looks like CDV was "torn" from mounting at one time or another. Light… (P12214) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
Originally $65.00


SOLD

ANTIETAM BATTLEFIELD PICK-UP BUTTON BOARD

ANTIETAM BATTLEFIELD PICK-UP BUTTON BOARD

A very nice example of a Civil War soldier’s “button board” found on the battlefield of Antietam by George W. Mowers, 21st Pa. Cavalry. We recently bought an entire archive of material belonging… (R23117) SOLD. Learn More »

DAN SICKLES AUTOGRAPH

DAN SICKLES AUTOGRAPH

Card reads, “D. SICKLES / MAJR. GENERAL U.S. ARMY RETIRED. / NEW YORK. JULY 25, 1911. / 23 FIFTH AVENUE”. Card measures 3” by 5”. Signature is very clear and ink has not faded. Paper has… (179-998) SOLD. Learn More »

FRAMED & IDENTIFIED BRADY ALBUMEN OF 22ND NEW YORK NATIONAL GUARD

FRAMED & IDENTIFIED BRADY ALBUMEN OF 22ND NEW YORK NATIONAL GUARD

Image is from Brady’s INCIDENTS OF THE WAR series and is titled “HARPERS FERRY & VICINITY, VA - 22ND N.Y.S.N.G." Pictured are four Corporals, four Sergeants, one 1st Sergeant and two officers… (224-478) SOLD. Learn More »

NINTH PLATE AMBROTYPE OF A YOUNG MAN – COWBOY OR A REBEL?

NINTH PLATE AMBROTYPE OF A YOUNG MAN – COWBOY OR A REBEL?

Ninth plate ambrotype of a young man.  He appears to wear a “battle style” overshirt, with two large breast pockets and dark trim from placket to collar, similar to those worn by Mississippi… (1032-57) SOLD. Learn More »

CRISP 1839 PATTERN INFANTRY CARTRIDGE BOX AND WHITE BUFF SLING

CRISP 1839 PATTERN INFANTRY CARTRIDGE BOX AND WHITE BUFF SLING

The 1839 cartridge box is set up for a shoulder belt, but not a waist belt, and is also distinguished by being a bit taller than its Civil War compatriots, to accommodate the longer .69 cartridges.… (1032-76) SOLD. Learn More »

SILHOUETTE OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE

SILHOUETTE OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE

Very nicely done silhouette of Robert E. Lee done in 1934. The silhouette is housed in a circular wooden frame that meas. approx. 5.00 inches across. The General’s collar and uniform jacket are… (668-163) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

SCARCE, UNOPENED PACK OF SMITH CARBINE CARTRIDGES

SCARCE, UNOPENED PACK OF SMITH CARBINE CARTRIDGES

It is rare to find an unopened pack of Civil War cartridges, let alone Smith carbine cartridges. These are the paper and foil cartridges manufactured under Poultney’s patent.  The patent (#40,988… (490-2021) SOLD. Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA LADIES GOLD BANGLE BRACELET WITH ENGRAVED INSCRIPTION

CIVIL WAR ERA LADIES GOLD BANGLE BRACELET WITH ENGRAVED INSCRIPTION

Intricately designed, wide bangle bracelet is hinged with a push button clasp and safety chain. Features seven decorative bands of alternating patterns with black enamel accents. Gold has been… (30-2150) SOLD. Learn More »


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RARE CONFEDERATE PUBLISHED POCKET TESTAMENT BY THE CONFEDERATE STATES BIBLE SOCIETY, AUGUSTA GA, PRINTED IN ATLANTA 1862 – PICKED UP BY CHARLES DEARING, 16TH MAINE

Measuring 3.25 by 5 inches, this is an extremely scarce Confederate pocket testament printed by “Wood, Hanleiter Rice & Co.” in Atlanta in 1862 for the “Confederate States Bible Society / Instituted in the Year 1862.” Like everything else… (766-1100). Learn More »

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