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CIRCA 1820’S SINGLE GOLD BULLION EPAULETTE

CIRCA 1820’S SINGLE GOLD BULLION EPAULETTE

Oblong shaped epaulette with a body covered in heavy woven gold bullion cloth outlined with two rows of gold dead bullion. One edge is covered in gold sequins arranged in three rows with inverted… (410-544). Learn More »

PAIR OF POST-CIVIL WAR MILITIA EPAULETTES

PAIR OF POST-CIVIL WAR MILITIA EPAULETTES

These epaulettes have a brass frame and clamshells with a dark blue felt center. Each has a stylized letter “B” made of false embroidered stamped brass mounted at center of the clamshell. Each… (410-545). Learn More »

LARGE 38-STAR AMERICAN FLAG (1877-1890)

LARGE 38-STAR AMERICAN FLAG (1877-1890)

Large American flag with 38 stars. Made of cotton. Measures approximately 9’ x 18 ½’. Wear, rips and tears from wind and weather in several areas. Non-professional repairs obviously made by… (846-84). Learn More »

EARLY 1900s STRAW HAT WITH “U.S. MARINE” TALLY BAND

EARLY 1900s STRAW HAT WITH “U.S. MARINE” TALLY BAND

This straw hat was made in the form of bowler with a turned-up brim, but very wide somewhat like a sailor’s cap, which displays a tally band sewn around the edge. The tally is of typical form with… (344-3042). Learn More »

EXTREMELY SCARCE NEW HAMPHIRE OFFICER’S FALSE EMBROIDERED HAT INSIGNIA

EXTREMELY SCARCE NEW HAMPHIRE OFFICER’S FALSE EMBROIDERED HAT INSIGNIA

Regular army officers had been authorized a silver “U.S.” within a gold bullion wreath for wear on their undress caps in 1839. This was carried over in the 1851 regulations for use on the 1851… (2020-912). Learn More »

VICTORIAN ERA GUTTA PERCHA COLLAR BOX WITH POPE PIUS IX

VICTORIAN ERA GUTTA PERCHA COLLAR BOX WITH POPE PIUS IX

Victorian era box meant for holding gentleman’s collars features a gutta percha lid and stained wooden bottom. Hinged lid shows scrollwork designs in the corners with an image of Pope Pius IX in the… (1043-102). Learn More »

$150.00
Originally $225.00

HAND HELD MOURNING FLAG FOR PRESIDENT LINCOLN

HAND HELD MOURNING FLAG FOR PRESIDENT LINCOLN

This 34-star US flag is printed on cotton and outlined with black bunting. The actual size of the flag meas. just over 4.75 inches on the hoist x 6.50 inches on the fly. Hand stitched to the flags… (1097-106). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR “NATIONAL FLAG DEPOT NEW YORK 1864” MARKED “FOUR-FOOT RED” SIGNAL FLAG

CIVIL WAR “NATIONAL FLAG DEPOT NEW YORK 1864” MARKED “FOUR-FOOT RED” SIGNAL FLAG

The “Four-foot Red” and “Four-foot White” were the most commonly used flags in the Civil War signal kit and are described in Brown’s “The Signal Corps, U.S.A. in the War of the… (169-576). Learn More »

“FOUR-FOOT WHITE” CIVIL WAR SIGNAL FLAG WITH A POST-WAR ID

“FOUR-FOOT WHITE” CIVIL WAR SIGNAL FLAG WITH A POST-WAR ID

This is a good example of the “Four-foot White” signal flag that, along with the “Four-foot Red,” was the most commonly used flag in the Civil War signal kit. Both are described in Brown’s… (169-575). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR CAVALRY HAT CORD

CIVIL WAR CAVALRY HAT CORD

Woven wool enlisted hat cord with 2-inch tassels. Originally meant for the Hardee/Jeff Davis hat, but was worn with just about any slouch hat, Union or Confederate. Yellow for Cavalry service. Some… (1117-132). Learn More »

REGULATION US LIGHT ARTILLERY SHELL JACKET

REGULATION US LIGHT ARTILLERY SHELL JACKET

A Confederate general boasted that with Confederate infantry and Yankee artillery, he could “whip the world.” This is a great example of the regulation Civil War jacket for Union light artillery:… (1043-336). Learn More »

$2,600.00
Originally $2,950.00

REGULATION US CAVALRY SHELL JACKET

REGULATION US CAVALRY SHELL JACKET

This pattern of jacket for mounted troops, cavalry and light artillery, was introduced in 1855 and was the regulation uniform jacket for those branches of service in the Civil War. Few jackets are… (1043-337). Learn More »

$2,600.00
Originally $3,000.00
ON HOLD

BOOTS STATED TO BE THOSE WORN BY GENERAL SAMUEL K. ZOOK WHEN KILLED AT GETTYSBURG & OTHER RELATED ITEMS

BOOTS STATED TO BE THOSE WORN BY GENERAL SAMUEL K. ZOOK WHEN KILLED AT GETTYSBURG & OTHER RELATED ITEMS

These boots surfaced in the collection of the late Stan Landis of Quakertown, Pennsylvania and then passed to a New York collector where they were obtained in 1975 by George Lower, owner of the… (355-39). Learn More »

$15,000.00
Originally $22,000.00

PAIR OF REGULATION 1851 BUFF EPAULETTES - HORSTMANN MARKED

PAIR OF REGULATION 1851 BUFF EPAULETTES - HORSTMANN MARKED

These buff cloth epaulettes are in very good condition with only light surface dirt from age and storage throughout. There is no damage of any kind. The body of each is covered in a buff colored cloth… (410-546). Learn More »

1858 PATTERN FORAGE CAP WITH INFANTRY INSIGNIA

1858 PATTERN FORAGE CAP WITH INFANTRY INSIGNIA

Standard U.S. Army regulation forage cap adopted by the Quartermaster Department in late 1858. The cap in this new form was to replace the earlier pattern 1839 “Wheel Cap” used in the field by the… (1117-131). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR CAVALRY HAT CORD

CIVIL WAR CAVALRY HAT CORD

Woven wool enlisted hat cord with 2-inch tassels. Originally meant for the Hardee/Jeff Davis hat, but was worn with just about any slouch hat, Union or Confederate. Yellow for Cavalry service.… (1117-126). Learn More »

1850’S MILITIA OFFICER’S COATEE

1850’S MILITIA OFFICER’S COATEE

Coat has a dark blue wool body with yellow wool collar, tails, turn-backs and piping on the cuffs. Front has a wool buff colored placket. All buttons are 17mm eagle “I” buttons. The dark blue wool… (801-423). Learn More »

$1,120.00
Originally $1,400.00

POST-CIVIL WAR 1871 OFFICER’S TROUSERS ID’D TO 22ND NEW YORK NATIONAL GUARD

POST-CIVIL WAR 1871 OFFICER’S TROUSERS ID’D TO 22ND NEW YORK NATIONAL GUARD

Trousers are made of a dark royal blue wool broadcloth and have a black leg stripe that is 1.50 inches wide. The body of the trousers are in good condition with only one or two scattered spots of… (801-541). Learn More »

$280.00
Originally $350.00

BLOOD STAINED PIECE OF C.S. LIEUTENANT GENERAL A.P. HILL’S COAT KIA APRIL 2, 1865, AT PETERSBURG

BLOOD STAINED PIECE OF C.S. LIEUTENANT GENERAL A.P. HILL’S COAT KIA APRIL 2, 1865, AT PETERSBURG

This coat fragment measures roughly three inches by three inches and comes with a wonderful brown ink note reading, “A piece of the military coat worn by Lt. Genl. A.P. Hill when he was killed… (846-141). Learn More »

$4,050.00
Originally $4,500.00

FLAG FRAGMENT: 143rd PENNSYLVANIA VOLS. AT GETTYSBURG

FLAG FRAGMENT: 143rd PENNSYLVANIA VOLS. AT GETTYSBURG

This flag fragment recently came out of a collection we purchased. It measures about 3 ¼  by 3 ¼ inches overall, and is blue silk with a gold painted five-pointed star measuring about 2 ¾ inches… (1054-1019). Learn More »

$2,250.00
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VERY NICE NON-DUG ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA STYLE OVAL CS “EGG” BUCKLE

This is a very scarce example of a non-excavated Confederate enlisted man’s belt plate in excellent condition. Plates of this pattern long ago got the unflattering nickname of CS “egg” plates from their oblong shape. They were plainly meant as… (286-819). Learn More »

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