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PERSONAL MEMOIRS OF U.S. GRANT, 2 VOL. SET

PERSONAL MEMOIRS OF U.S. GRANT, 2 VOL. SET

Green “shoulder strap” trade edition. Published by Charles L. Webster & Co., New York: 1885. 2 vols., 584 & 647 pp. maps & ills. Green glazed cloth, with gilt cover & spine… (344-2954) SOLD. Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

CIVIL WAR NAVAL PORTFIRE

CIVIL WAR NAVAL PORTFIRE

Paper tube measures approx. 18 ½” in length, ¾” in diameter. Seam along length securely fastened. Slight staining to paper. The naval portfire was used as a source of ignition to fire guns. They… (853-03) SOLD. Learn More »

$20.00
SOLD

CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION CAP POUCH

CIVIL WAR PERCUSSION CAP POUCH

This is an original Civil War percussion cap pouch. The leather throughout the box is flexible and allows the flaps to open. Major cracking to surface finish on outer flap. The outer flap has no tears… (490-1026) SOLD. Learn More »

M1850 IMPORT SWORD WITH SCABBARD PRESENTED TO OFFICER IN 26TH NEW YORK

M1850 IMPORT SWORD WITH SCABBARD PRESENTED TO OFFICER IN 26TH NEW YORK

The handsome, slightly curved steel blade measures 32” long, 1” width, and a 26” long unstopped fuller. The narrow fuller is 23”. Blade is clean but exhibits large areas of darker spotting. … (172-4330) SOLD. Learn More »

VERMONT STATE SEAL BUTTON

VERMONT STATE SEAL BUTTON

Alberts VT9. Coat Size, VF Condition, BM: Scovill MF’G CO/Waterbury (rmdc). ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED… (622-201) SOLD. Learn More »

$60.00
Originally $65.00


SOLD

RAILROAD RECEIPT SIGNED BY CONFEDERATE GENERAL JAMES L.  KEMPER

RAILROAD RECEIPT SIGNED BY CONFEDERATE GENERAL JAMES L. KEMPER

Receipt from the Virginia Midland Railway Company is dated August 15, 1883. It is for transporting furniture from Alexandria to Orange and is signed, “J.L. Kemper”. Receipt measures 4” x 7… (846-20) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

NON-REGULATION OFFICERS HAT CORD ID’D TO 8TH ALABAMA OFFICER WOUNDED IN ACTION

NON-REGULATION OFFICERS HAT CORD ID’D TO 8TH ALABAMA OFFICER WOUNDED IN ACTION

Intertwined bullion cord formed into a circle and knotted with two acorns consisting of long strips of dead bullion and sequins. Item appears to have been made of silver and gold mixed bullion but it… (355-35) SOLD. Learn More »

SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR SHIELD ID PIN, 12TH NEW YORK

SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR SHIELD ID PIN, 12TH NEW YORK

Silver shield-shaped pin is engraved with, ‘CO. D. 12TH NEW YORK VOL. INF. SPANISH -AMERICAN WAR, E. VAN. BILLIARD, JUNE 28 98”.  Reverse has original pin present.  Measures approx. 1’ x 1… (344-2948) SOLD. Learn More »

UNION IV CORPS BADGE, RECOVERED FROM BUNKER HILL, VIRGINIA

UNION IV CORPS BADGE, RECOVERED FROM BUNKER HILL, VIRGINIA

This field made badge is from the Stan Hadden collection. Measures 1” x 1”.    [sm] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE… (462-12) SOLD. Learn More »

CHOICE 1826 PATTERN ENLISTEDMAN’S EAGLE BREAST PLATE

CHOICE 1826 PATTERN ENLISTEDMAN’S EAGLE BREAST PLATE

Face with nearly 90% original gilt finish. Reverse side marked in lead backing “W.H. SMITH / BROOKLYN”. The stamping is weak in the center. Original condition in… (622-182) SOLD. Learn More »

$400.00
Originally $450.00


SOLD

PEPPER SAUCE BOTTLE C. 1860-65

PEPPER SAUCE BOTTLE C. 1860-65

Aqua, 4.25” tall, 2.25” dia. Eight rubbed sides with 3 rings around the neck. Rolled lip. VF condition with one internal mold flaw. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER… (622-174) SOLD. Learn More »

$55.00
Originally $60.00


SOLD

STORAGE JAR, CIRCA 1770-1800

STORAGE JAR, CIRCA 1770-1800

A very fine example of a late Colonial or early Federal period free blown glass storage jar with an olive green tint. Usually a piece of parchment was tied around the top.  Measures 10” tall, base… (622-172) SOLD. Learn More »

$325.00
Originally $345.00


SOLD

CATHEDRAL PICKLE BOTTLE, CIRCA 1845-1860

CATHEDRAL PICKLE BOTTLE, CIRCA 1845-1860

One of the most popular bottles of the Civil War period is the cathedral pickle bottle. It followed the gothic style in vogue at the time and emulated the well-recognized church window form. Light… (622-171) SOLD. Learn More »

$345.00
Originally $375.00


SOLD

MAINE BUTTON

MAINE BUTTON

Alberts ME10. Bath City Grays(?). 2 piece with border. Shield on lined field with “Grays” below. BM: *R&W Robinson/Extra Rich”. Bent shank with slight push on back. Face with wear to shield… (622-153) SOLD. Learn More »

$115.00
Originally $125.00


SOLD

CIVIL WAR MUSKET SLING – WATERVLIET ARSENAL

CIVIL WAR MUSKET SLING – WATERVLIET ARSENAL

Regulation leather musket sling for Civil War-era muskets and rifles. Smooth black leather in excellent condition. Measures approximately 65” ling. Complete with brass hook on one end, loop sewn on… (490-1019) SOLD. Learn More »

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE CUFF BUTTON

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE CUFF BUTTON

Excellent condition button. Cuff size. Face features state seal. This is a two-piece button. Shank is complete and stands perfectly straight. Back mark reads “D. EVANS & CO. EXTRA”.  A… (889-169) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

U. S. SPRINGFIELD M1863 TYPE I MUSKET DATED 1863, WITH BAYONET

U. S. SPRINGFIELD M1863 TYPE I MUSKET DATED 1863, WITH BAYONET

This Civil War longarm is a .58 caliber Springfield Model 1863, Type 1, single-shot muzzleloader in complete, original condition. The Springfield M1863 Type 1 musket was a government arsenal product… (904-01) SOLD. Learn More »

US M1840 ARTILLERY SABER

US M1840 ARTILLERY SABER

Maker mark: “Ames Mfg. C_ / Chicopee/Mass.”; inspector mark: “U.S. / J.H. / 1864”. Bright and brilliant, ding-free blade measuring 32” in length, 1.25” at base. Washer present. Brass hilt,… (172-3064) SOLD. Learn More »

RELIC CAP BOX AND CARTRIDGE BOX RECOVERED ON LOCUST HILL BATTLEFIELD

RELIC CAP BOX AND CARTRIDGE BOX RECOVERED ON LOCUST HILL BATTLEFIELD

Small group of items purchased from an estate auction in Charles Town, West Virginia in 1987. The tags with the items state that they were picked up on the battlefield of Locust Hill which was the… (355-38) SOLD. Learn More »

.58 CALIBER GARDINER EXPLOSIVE BULLET FOUND ALONG ROCK CREEK, GETTYSBURG

.58 CALIBER GARDINER EXPLOSIVE BULLET FOUND ALONG ROCK CREEK, GETTYSBURG

This is a .58 caliber Gardiner explosive bullet. Samuel Gardiner received patent #40,468 on November 23, 1863 for his exploding bullet or “musket shell.”  This bullet has several distinctive… (458-233) SOLD. Learn More »


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CONFEDERATE MAKER-MARKED, ORIGINAL LEATHER BELT HOLSTER FOR A LARGE CALIBER REVOLVER

This remarkable leather accoutrement is a superb example of an original, Charleston, S.C. manufactured belt holster used to house a large caliber sidearm or revolver. Considered one of the most desirable items of Civil War Confederate military… (807-01). Learn More »

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