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WORLD WAR TWO PISTOL BELT

WORLD WAR TWO PISTOL BELT

This US M1936 pistol belt is cotton web with metal eyelets. Belt fastens around the waist with hook and eye made from darkened brass. “U.S.” is stamped on front of belt. Belt has two brass keepers… (408-349). 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 »

GROUPING OF ITEMS IDENTIFIED TO CALVIN LITTLEFIELD OF THE 94TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

GROUPING OF ITEMS IDENTIFIED TO CALVIN LITTLEFIELD OF THE 94TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

The following is Littlefield’s obituary as printed in the Watertown Daily Times dated Thursday January 6, 1910:     COL. CALVIN LITTLEFIELD AND HIS DISTINGUISHED CAREER LAST OF HIS… (801-169). Learn More »

MAJOR GENERAL’S EPAULETTES

MAJOR GENERAL’S EPAULETTES

Yellow bullion pillow with double stars, brass outer rim, with 3” bullion fringe linked around inner leather shell, with red cotton underside. Brass lightly tarnished, bullion somewhat dull. Red… (75-679). Learn More »

$437.00
Originally $475.00

RHODE ISLAND STATE CONTRACT UNION ENLISTED FOOT GREATCOAT

RHODE ISLAND STATE CONTRACT UNION ENLISTED FOOT GREAT COAT

The Infantry, Heavy Artillery and Engineers used this style of greatcoat. The foot style great coat is single breasted with a standing collar and has an elbow length cape. The coat is made of quality… (583-01). Learn More »

$6,500.00
Originally $8,500.00

MAJOR GENERAL’S EPAULETTES

MAJOR GENERAL’S EPAULETTES

Yellow bullion pillow with double stars, brass outer rim, with 3” bullion fringe linked around inner leather shell, with red cotton underside. Brass lightly tarnished, bullion somewhat dull. Red… (75-679). Learn More »

$475.00
Originally $550.00

PAIR OF LATE 1940’S JUMP BOOTS

PAIR OF LATE 1940’S JUMP BOOTS

This pair of high-topped boots seem to be a cross between World War Two jump boots and post-war boots. These boots are made of a light brown leather. They are in good lightly used condition with minor… (198-703). Learn More »

COMPLETE AND IDENTIFIED BIRNEY’S ZOUAVES UNIFORM

COMPLETE AND IDENTIFIED BIRNEY’S ZOUAVES UNIFORM

This rare and unique uniform belonged to Corporal William Stephens of Co. I, 23rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry also known as “BIRNEY’S ZOUAVES.” The uniform consists of jacket, vest, trousers… (433-06). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR BRIGADIER GENERAL CASED EPAULETTES

CIVIL WAR BRIGADIER GENERAL CASED EPAULETTES

Pair of bullion epaulettes with japanned tin carrying case. Epaulette upper-surfaces feature a bullion brigadier’s star & eagle button. Gilt ribbed strap with brass outer shell, with hanging… (344-776). Learn More »

CASED EPAULETTES FOR 2ND LIEUTENANT IN THE PAY DEPARTMENT

CASED EPAULETTES FOR 2ND LIEUTENANT IN THE PAY DEPARTMENT

The body of these epaulettes is a ribbed gold colored material. Around the edges is bright gold bullion with an inner and outer border of dead gold bullion. Raised brass clamshell is surrounded by two… (344-778). Learn More »

PRE-CIVIL WAR PAIR OF MAKER MARKED MAJOR OF INFANTRY EPAULETTES

PRE-CIVIL WAR PAIR OF MAKER MARKED MAJOR OF INFANTRY EPAULETTES

The body of these epaulettes is made of a lined gold material and outlined in heavy bright bullion. This border runs along the body and then around both the inside and outside edges of the brass… (344-785). Learn More »


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US MODEL 1860 AMES CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER WITH WOOD LINED STEEL SCABBARD

Manufactured: Chicopee, Mass. Maker: Ames Mfg. Co. Year: Civil War Model: M1860 Size: 35 inch blade Condition: Excellent+ This regulation M1860 Cavalry Officer has the decorated guard with the eagle, decorated branches and pommel. The grip is… (870-122). Learn More »

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