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FINE CONDITION UNION ARTILLERY SHELL JACKET

FINE CONDITION UNION ARTILLERY SHELL JACKET

Standard issue dark blue wool shell jacket with red piping on collar and cuffs with red trim down the front and along the edges. Jacket has 12 General Service eagle buttons down the front (one is… (1000-730). Learn More »

OUTSTANDING IDENTIFIED 14TH BROOKLYN INFANTRY GROUP

OUTSTANDING IDENTIFIED 14TH BROOKLYN INFANTRY GROUP

This exceptional group belonged to Sergeant Asa Holbrook, and consists of his chasseur-style jacket, a tintype of him in uniform, a company “roll book”, and a veteran’s pin. Asa Holbrook… (355-27). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR UNION OFFICER’S SHELL JACKET, VEST, BELT, SASH AND CDVs IDENTIFIED TO CAPTAIN FREDERICK SEARS GRAND d’HAUTEVILLE

CIVIL WAR UNION OFFICER’S SHELL JACKET, VEST, BELT, SASH AND CDVs IDENTIFIED TO CAPTAIN FREDERICK SEARS GRAND d’HAUTEVILLE

Frederic Sears d’Hauteville was born in Boston to a wealthy American mother and aristocratic Swiss father.  He graduated from Harvard in the Class of 1862, but, a year earlier, in May 1861, he… (410-231). Learn More »

MINT CONDITION PAIR OF CIVIL WAR BROGANS

MINT CONDITION PAIR OF CIVIL WAR BROGANS

These brogans are in near mint condition and show only very light signs of use. The leather uppers are supple and mostly clean with some very light wear marks along the edges. They are square toed… (578-03). Learn More »

$3,950.00
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CIVIL WAR ERA BOOTS

CIVIL WAR ERA BOOTS

Boots are calf high with pegged soles and heels. The body of the boots are in good condition. The leather shows creases from wear and there is some surface dirt but otherwise the leather is nice. They… (984-01). Learn More »

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 »

LATE CIVIL WAR COLONEL OF STAFF SHOULDER STRAPS

LATE CIVIL WAR COLONEL OF STAFF SHOULDER STRAPS

Matching pair of Colonel’s shoulder straps in excellent condition. Each strap meas. approx. 4.00 inches long x 1.50 inches wide. They have a single border of heavy bright bullion thread and inner… (142-38). Learn More »

$495.00
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NICELY PAINTED LEATHER A-2 FLIGHT JACKET ID’D TO 456TH BOMB GROUP

NICELY PAINTED LEATHER A-2 FLIGHT JACKET ID’D TO 456TH BOMB GROUP

Original World War Two leather A-2 flight jacket in very good condition. The leather is supple yet it shows signs of wear and use. Exterior body has no seam separations but does show some creasing… (979-01). Learn More »

$3,750.00
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PAIR OF REGULATION 1851 BUFF EPAULETTES - HORSTMAN MARKED

PAIR OF REGULATION 1851 BUFF EPAULETTES - HORSTMAN 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… (37-386). Learn More »

PAIR OF EARLY INFANTRY DRESS EPAULETTES

PAIR OF EARLY INFANTRY DRESS EPAULETTES

Pair of dress, bullion epaulettes for an infantry officer. Epaulette upper-surfaces feature silver bullion “boards” with silver bullion edging, silver bullion and sequin details around outer… (665-13). Learn More »

CHASSEUR OFFICER’S WOOL EPAULETTES

CHASSEUR OFFICER’S WOOL EPAULETTES

Epaulette upper-surfaces are forest green wool. The edge of the outer shell is yellow with a single thin yellow cord border to the inside. Forest green wool fringe hangs down. Each epaulette has a… (665-07). Learn More »

PAIR OF SMITH’S PATENT SHOULDER STRAPS

PAIR OF SMITH’S PATENT SHOULDER STRAPS

Smith received a patent on June 18, 1861 for a metallic false embroidered shoulder strap. This is a beautiful pair of 2nd lieutenant of infantry straps. These straps are 1 ½ inches wide and 4 inches… (142-40). Learn More »

$295.00
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1850’S MILITIA TAILCOAT

1850’S MILITIA TAILCOAT

Coat is made of a cadet gray wool material with a high collar and a nine button front. Then exterior of the coat is in excellent condition. The material is clean with no visible signs of moth action.… (801-577). Learn More »

MINT, MUSEUM QUALITY MODEL 1841 MEDICAL OFFICER’S COAT WITH SASH

MINT, MUSEUM QUALITY MODEL 1841 MEDICAL OFFICER’S COAT WITH SASH

The coat is made of dark blue broadcloth that is in exceptionally good condition. A scan of the coats exterior reveals several very tiny moth bites that can only be seen by holding the coat up to the… (766-809). Learn More »

$7,500.00
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MILITIA TAIL COAT FROM UTICA CITIZENS CORPS

MILITIA TAIL COAT FROM UTICA CITIZENS CORPS

Original 1870s-1880s Utica Citizens Corps uniform jacket. This is a blue double-breasted tail coat featuring two rows of nine “UCC” buttons on the front. The 1 ¼” high collar bears attractive… (14-1848). Learn More »

EPAULETTES IDENTIFIED TO BRIGADIER GENERAL WILLIAM H. BROWNELL

EPAULETTES IDENTIFIED TO BRIGADIER GENERAL WILLIAM H. BROWNELL

The body of the epaulettes are made of a gold ribbed material that has scattered small stress separations and light surface dirt. The body has a border of thick gold twisted bullion that is flanked on… (128-1053). Learn More »

PAIR OF CIVIL WAR ERA BOOTS

PAIR OF CIVIL WAR ERA BOOTS

Brown top leather boots feature sewn leather pull-tabs, stacked heel and hob nailed leather soles. Toes are squared and could have been worn on either foot. Leather on boots is supple with light… (172-4449). Learn More »

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 »

WARTIME UNIFORM AND SLOUCH HAT IDENTIFIED TO THE MAJOR OF THE 16TH NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY

WARTIME UNIFORM AND SLOUCH HAT IDENTIFIED TO THE MAJOR OF THE 16TH NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY

This group consists of a double-breasted frock coat, sash, slouch hat, and shirt belonging to Major Charles E. Pearce. These items were purchased from the family of Major Pearce by the late,… (163-107). Learn More »

RARE EARLY MARINE CORPS EPAULETTES / WINGS

RARE EARLY MARINE CORPS EPAULETTES / WINGS

Heavily embroidered narrow bodied epaulettes with wide ends also known as “wings.” The top surface of these epaulets is a dark blue/black cloth with a very heavy, raised oak leaf decoration done… (344-2721). Learn More »


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VERY NICE SHARPS NEW MODEL 1859 RIFLE ID’D TO 151ST NEW YORK SOLDIER WHO SERVED AS A BRIGADE SHARPSHOOTER - WONDERFUL MOUNTED SILVER PLAQUE ON STOCK ATTESTING TO ID

This weapon was carried in the Civil War by Dem Youngers of Company C, 151st New York Infantry and bears a silver plaque on the stock attesting to that fact. This rare Sharps is a New Model 1859 with a full stock. The scarce 36.00 inch barrel is .52… (526-43). Learn More »

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