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MASSACHUSETTS MILITIA OVERCOAT IDENTIFIED TO MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT, WITH NOTE DOCUMENTING ITS ISSUE ON THE TRIP TO FORTRESS MONROE IN APRIL 1861 - 3rd MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA AND 29th MASSACHUSETTS (IRISH BRIGADE)

MASSACHUSETTS MILITIA OVERCOAT IDENTIFIED TO MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT, WITH NOTE DOCUMENTING ITS ISSUE ON THE TRIP TO FORTRESS MONROE IN APRIL 1861 - 3rd MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA AND 29th MASSACHUSETTS (IRISH BRIGADE)

NOTE: THE IMAGE OF LT. DEANE INCLUDED BELOW DOES NOT ACCOMPANY THE GROUPING. This rare, early war overcoat is from the archive of Lt. John Deane, who was one of the Massachusetts Minute Men of 1861,… (1041-111). Learn More »

$11,000.00
Originally $12,500.00

97TH PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENTAL FLAG FRAGMENT

97TH PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENTAL FLAG FRAGMENT

This unframed display measures 11" X 14", double matted and shrink wrapped. Included in the display is a reproduction photograph of Col. Pennypacker. The 97th was organized in West Chester, PA in… (M25636). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ISSUE FORAGE CAP

CIVIL WAR ISSUE FORAGE CAP

Introduced in the late 1850s, the forage cap was intended to be the alternative headgear to the dress hat, known better to collectors as the Jeff Davis or Hardee hat. Intended for wear on… (142-41). Learn More »

$1,250.00
ON HOLD

LAFAYETTE ESCADRILLE VETERANS’ FLAG PRESERVED BY AN AMERICAN FLYER

LAFAYETTE ESCADRILLE VETERANS’ FLAG PRESERVED BY AN AMERICAN FLYER

Probably no American fighting force in World War One is better known than the Lafayette Escadrille, a small group of some 38 American and 4 French flyers who, before America’s official entry in the… (161-10). Learn More »

DOCUMENTED CIVIL WAR REGULATION CAVALRY GUIDON OF COMPANY B, FIRST WEST VIRGINIA CAVALRY WITH A GREAT FAMILY LETTER

DOCUMENTED CIVIL WAR REGULATION CAVALRY GUIDON OF COMPANY B, FIRST WEST VIRGINIA CAVALRY WITH A GREAT FAMILY LETTER

The First West Virginia Cavalry (or First Virginia (Loyal) Cavalry) has a great fighting record. Recruited in northwest Virginia, western Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio starting in July 1861, elements… (1030-24). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR UNION INFANTRY CAPTAIN’S FROCK COAT WITH VELVET ROLL-OVER COLLAR

CIVIL WAR UNION INFANTRY CAPTAIN’S FROCK COAT WITH VELVET ROLL-OVER COLLAR

Line officers, who fought in regimental line of battle, were instantly recognizable by their single-breasted coats. This example bears the regulation nine buttons down the front, four on the tails,… (1043-340). Learn More »

MASSACHUSETTS ISSUE HAVERSACK IDENTIFIED TO 35th MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER WHO WAS KILLED IN ACTION AT ANTIETAM

MASSACHUSETTS ISSUE HAVERSACK IDENTIFIED TO 35th MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER WHO WAS KILLED IN ACTION AT ANTIETAM

The 35th Massachusetts Infantry recruited in July and August 1862. It was rushed to the seat of war, reaching Washington on August 24, and was assigned to Ferrero’s Brigade, Sturgis’s Division, of… (1046-13). Learn More »

97TH PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENTAL FLAG FRAGMENT

97TH PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENTAL FLAG FRAGMENT

This unframed display measures 11" X 14", double matted and shrink wrapped. Included in the display is a reproduction photograph of Col. Pennypacker. The 97th was organized in West Chester, PA in… (M25635). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED 1851 PATTERN MASSACHUSETTS MILITIA SHAKO AND CASE

IDENTIFIED 1851 PATTERN MASSACHUSETTS MILITIA SHAKO AND CASE

An impressive Massachusetts militia 1851 pattern gray shako still with its carrying case from the “elegant elite.” Standing about 6 ½ inches tall, with a gray wool-covered pasteboard body, this… (33-271). Learn More »

$4,500.00
ON HOLD

5th MASS REGIMENT INDIAN WAR PERIOD MCDOWELL CAP BY BENT AND BUSH

5th MASS REGIMENT INDIAN WAR PERIOD MCDOWELL CAP BY BENT AND BUSH

Bent and Bush set up business in Boston in 1849 and carried on an extensive trade in military headgear throughout the Civil War period, even having contracts with the Marine Corps, etc. This cap… (1043-344). Learn More »

$395.00
ON HOLD

CIRCA 1861 MINIATURE CS FLAG

CIRCA 1861 MINIATURE CS FLAG

Gauze flag that meas. approx. 2.56 inches x 1.75 inches mounted on a round stick approx. 6.00 inches. Flags have the alternating 13 red & white stripes with a blue field containing six stars, five… (224-385). Learn More »

VERY NICE IDENTIFIED WORLD WAR TWO LEATHER FLIGHT JACKET GROUP

VERY NICE IDENTIFIED WORLD WAR TWO LEATHER FLIGHT JACKET GROUP

This A-2 flight jacket, book and photographs are identified to Lt. John J. Zupancic who was a pilot in a Troop Carrier Squadron in the China-Burma-India Theater during World War 2. This Government… (979-05). 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 great example of the regulation Civil War jacket for Union light artillery:… (1043-336). Learn More »

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 »

WARTIME CONTRACTOR MARKED 1864 PATTERN LIGHT ARTILLERY SHAKO

WARTIME CONTRACTOR MARKED 1864 PATTERN LIGHT ARTILLERY SHAKO

When the Hardee hat became the regulation headgear for all branches of service in the 1850s some companies of light artillery adapted quickly and others preferred the old pre-1851 Mexican War style… (33-228). Learn More »

$2,250.00
ON HOLD

SMITH’S PATENT CAPTAIN OF INFANTRY SHOULDER STRAPS

SMITH’S PATENT CAPTAIN OF INFANTRY SHOULDER STRAPS

The Smith’s Patent information which is usually visible on the reverse is very faint. We have viewed it under black light and it is there! The tops have the standard stamped brass false embroidered… (142-46). Learn More »

SMITH’S PATENT 2ND LT. OF INFANTRY SHOULDER STRAPS

SMITH’S PATENT 2ND LT. OF INFANTRY SHOULDER STRAPS

No Smith’s Patent information visible on the reverse. Blue velvet on the front is VF+. Borders with nearly all the original gilt.  [ss] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL… (142-45). Learn More »

SMITH’S PATENT 1ST LT. OF CAVALRY SHOULDER STRAPS

SMITH’S PATENT 1ST LT. OF CAVALRY SHOULDER STRAPS

No Smith’s Patent info visible on the reverse. Top background velvet with most of the brush surface worn thin. Very hard to find any cavalry straps today. … (142-44). Learn More »

WONDERFUL FIELD-WORN IDENTIFIED ARTILLERY OFFICER’S SLOUCH HAT: RINGGOLD LIGHT ARTILLERY AND ERMANTROUT’S BATTERY OF PENNSYLVANIA INDEPENDENT LIGHT ARTILLERY

WONDERFUL FIELD-WORN IDENTIFIED ARTILLERY OFFICER’S SLOUCH HAT: RINGGOLD LIGHT ARTILLERY AND ERMANTROUT’S BATTERY OF PENNSYLVANIA INDEPENDENT LIGHT ARTILLERY

Real Civil War slouch hats have always been hard to find. Of those that survived many are full dress affairs that had no practical use after the war. This one is a rare survivor, showing wear and use… (33-270). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED 95th PENNSYLVANIA FORAGE CAP - GOSLINE’S ZOUAVES

IDENTIFIED 95th PENNSYLVANIA FORAGE CAP - GOSLINE’S ZOUAVES

An identified cap from a fighting zouave regiment of the Army of the Potomac, belonging to Joseph M. Greeley, Co. D, 95th Pennsylvania. The regiment recruited in Philadelphia in the fall of 1861 under… (33-262). Learn More »

$5,500.00
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AMES M1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD & SCABBARD PRESENTED TO SOLDIER WHO SERVED IN BOTH THE 13TH MASSACHUSETTS & 79TH UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS

Excellent conditioned Model 1850 foot officer’s sword made by the Ames Manufacturing Company of Chicopee, Massachusetts complete with its matching metal scabbard. The drawn sword meas. approx. 36.25 inches long from point to pommel. The blade… (870-361). Learn More »

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