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MISSISSIPPI & ALABAMA RAILROAD COMPANY, MISSISSIPPI, $5 NOTE

MISSISSIPPI & ALABAMA RAILROAD COMPANY, MISSISSIPPI, $5 NOTE

Mississippi & Alabama Railroad Company, Mississippi. $5 note, serial number 617, featuring loading cotton. Dated 12/3/1859. VG condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL… (173-950) Learn More »

FAITH OF THE STATE PLEDGED, MISSISSIPPI, $20 NOTE

FAITH OF THE STATE PLEDGED, MISSISSIPPI, $20 NOTE

Faith of the State Pledged, Mississippi. $20 note, serial number 17648, featuring a train. Dated 11/1/1862. XF condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS… (173-949) Learn More »

FAITH OF THE STATE PLEDGED, MISSISSIPPI, $5 NOTE

FAITH OF THE STATE PLEDGED, MISSISSIPPI, $5 NOTE

Faith of the State Pledged, Mississippi. $5 note, serial number 30155, featuring a train. Dated 11/1/1862. VF condition.   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS… (173-948) Learn More »

MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY, MISSISSIPPI, $.50 NOTE

MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY, MISSISSIPPI, $.50 NOTE

Mississippi Central Railroad Company, Mississippi. $.50 note, featuring a train. Dated 1/1/1863. FINE condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR… (173-947) Learn More »

STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, MISSISSIPPI, $.25 NOTE

STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, MISSISSIPPI, $.25 NOTE

State of Mississippi, Mississippi. $.25 note, serial number 1186, featuring a cotton ball. Dated 5/1/1864. XF condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS… (173-946) Learn More »

MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD COMPANY, NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI, $10 NOTE

MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD COMPANY, NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI, $10 NOTE

Mississippi Railroad Company, Natchez, Mississippi. $10 note, featuring a train. Dated 6/15/1839. XF condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR… (173-945) Learn More »

ORIGINAL, EARLY CIVIL WAR M1860 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER AND SCABBARD IN GOOD CONDITION

ORIGINAL, EARLY CIVIL WAR M1860 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER AND SCABBARD IN GOOD CONDITION

This early production saber, issued to Federal horsemen during the American Civil War, was produced under the smallest government contract for sabers (10,000) by the D. J. Millard Company’s… (282-327) Learn More »

SCHNITZLER AND KIRSCHBAUM MODEL 1840 ARTILLERY SABER WITH SCABBARD

SCHNITZLER AND KIRSCHBAUM MODEL 1840 ARTILLERY SABER WITH SCABBARD

This fine saber is an imported, high-quality blade produced by the Schnitzler and Kirschbaum firm of Solingen, Germany. The saber is one of an unknown number purchased by the U. S. Ordnance Department… (388-33) Learn More »

MODEL 1858 DRESS OR HARDEE HAT

MODEL 1858 DRESS OR HARDEE HAT

Black felt hat with turned up brim known as the “HARDEE” or “JEFF DAVIS” hat. However, the correct term for it is the Model 1858 dress hat. This hat was worn mostly for dress by Union enlisted… (766-02) Learn More »

TIPTON CABINET PHOTO OF TOUR GROUP ON 1ST DAY’S FIELD AT GETTYSBURG

TIPTON CABINET PHOTO OF TOUR GROUP ON 1ST DAY’S FIELD AT GETTYSBURG

This framed cabinet photograph shows a group of 15 men posed around the monument to General John Buford along the Chambersburg Pike on the 1st Days battlefield just west of Gettysburg. Two men are… (490-409) Learn More »

STEREO VIEW OF HARPERS FERRY

STEREO VIEW OF HARPERS FERRY

Plain unmarked yellow mount with view of Harpers Ferry from the far side of the north side of the Potomac River. The view takes in the railroad bridge over the river with the town filling the… (337-261) Learn More »

FINE CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

FINE CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

The Spencer .52 caliber, repeating carbine, one of the earlier Spencer short arms, was invented and patented by Manchester, Connecticut native Christopher M. Spencer. This specimen presented is a fine… (218-435) Learn More »

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN STATE SERVICE FLAG

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN STATE SERVICE FLAG

This flag is the 1935 pattern  State Service flag and is made of red cotton with printed insignia on both sides. The flag meas. approx. 38.50 inches on the hoist and 61.00 inches on the fly. Each end… (729-111) Learn More »

CASE OF GETTYSBURG RELICS

CASE OF GETTYSBURG RELICS

This small lot relics comes housed in a 12 x 8 inch riker box. The lot includes 6 fired .58 three ringers with 2 having nicely “mushroomed,” the tulip head and 2.75 inches of the shaft of a… (697-252) Learn More »

US MODEL 1842 HARPERS FERRY MUSKET

US MODEL 1842 HARPERS FERRY MUSKET

Harpers Ferry Armory manufactured around 105,000 muskets between 1844 and 1855. It is a .69 caliber single shot muzzleloader with a 42 inch barrel. All mountings are iron and have a dusky peppery… (218-417) Learn More »

$1,795.00
Originally $1,950.00

US MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD

US MODEL 1842 SPRINGFIELD

This is the first regulation model of a musket made in the percussion ignition system at the national armories. The Springfield Armory produced 172,000 of these muskets between 1844 and 1855. It is a… (218-410) Learn More »

$2,150.00
Originally $2,350.00

CIVIL WAR SHARPS AND HANKINS MODEL 1862 CARBINE (2nd Model)

CIVIL WAR SHARPS AND HANKINS MODEL 1862 CARBINE (2nd Model)

Referred to as the Sharps & Hankins Model 1862 carbine, this weapon is a wartime .52 caliber, rimfire, breechloading firearm designed by Hartford, Connecticut native Christian Sharps. Some 8000… (218-405) Learn More »

$1,850.00
Originally $1,950.00

ALLIN CONVERSION MODEL 1866 RIFLE - a.k.a. 2ND MODEL

ALLIN CONVERSION MODEL 1866 RIFLE - a.k.a. 2ND MODEL

This is a Springfield manufactured muzzleloader that has been converted to a breechloader using the Erskin S. Allin design. The conversion was completed at the Springfield Armory.  The 58-caliber… (218-387) Learn More »

$1,795.00
Originally $1,995.00

CONTRACT MODEL 1861 U.S. PERCUSSION RIFLE – MUSKET

CONTRACT MODEL 1861 U.S. PERCUSSION RIFLE – MUSKET

The .58 caliber “Whitneyville” was produced by Whitney Arms Company in New Haven, CT. The iron surfaces are a dusky gray/brown patina. Markings “Eagle” in the center and WHITNEYVILLE on the… (218-367) Learn More »

$1,695.00
Originally $1,795.00

IDENTIFICATION DISC FOR 10TH NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEER SOLDIER

IDENTIFICATION DISC FOR 10TH NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEER SOLDIER

Stamped brass disc that meas. approx. 1.00 inch in diameter with a drilled hole along edge. Obverse is has a spread-winged eagle at center with “WAR OF 1861” across the top and “UNITED STATES”… (785-43) Learn More »

RARE WEST VIRGINIA ID TAG

RARE WEST VIRGINIA ID TAG

It is not very often that anything related to West Virginia in the Civil War comes up for sale but here we have an ID tag that belonged to Lieutenant J. V. Keepers of Battery B, 1st West Virginia… (503-126) Learn More »

BERDAN’S SHARPSHOOTERS - HARPER’S WEEKLY, AUG. 24, 1861

BERDAN’S SHARPSHOOTERS - HARPER’S WEEKLY, AUG. 24, 1861

Full page spread [#540], measuring 16 x 11”, featuring a target shooting expedition in Weehauken, NJ, by Colonel Hiram Berdan designed to publicize his newly forming regiments of sharpshooters.… (633-17B) Learn More »

$30.00
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UNSMOKED MID-20TH CENTURY RED CLAY PIPE BOWL

UNSMOKED MID-20TH CENTURY RED CLAY PIPE BOWL

A very fine, unsmoked red clay pipe bowl. Unknown maker.” diameter open bowl is slightly flared outward. Lower body is nicely tooled with a light floral décor on the face. Stem holder opening is… (747-27) Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 3.67 INCH 20 POUNDER SMOOTH READ SHELL

CONFEDERATE 3.67 INCH 20 POUNDER SMOOTH READ SHELL

The body of this shell has light pitting throughout but is fairly clean with only light surface rust. Cast into the side of the shell just below the nose is “AR.” On his excellent website… (727-347) Learn More »

SHELL FRAGMENT FROM THE WHEATFIELD, GETTYSBURG - ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

SHELL FRAGMENT FROM THE WHEATFIELD, GETTYSBURG - ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

This is the base of a 3-inch shell that still retains the iron ring sabot. Fragment is the entire base of the shell with hints of the bursting cavity at top. Surfaces are rusted as is the sabot. This… (173-1100) Learn More »

$67.50
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SHELL FRAGMENT FROM THE WHEATFIELD, GETTYSBURG - ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

SHELL FRAGMENT FROM THE WHEATFIELD, GETTYSBURG - ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

This is the base of a 3-inch shell that still retains the iron sabot. Fragment is the entire base of the shell with hints of the bursting cavity at top. Surfaces are rusted as is the sabot. This item… (173-1101) Learn More »

$67.50
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CDV OF 38TH MASSACHUSETTS OFFICER KILLED IN ACTION

CDV OF 38TH MASSACHUSETTS OFFICER KILLED IN ACTION

Image is a three-quarter standing view of Captain Julius M. Lathrop who served in both the 24th and 38th Massachusetts Infantry. Lathrop is posed with one arm resting on the pillar of a balustrade… (337-272) Learn More »

$165.00
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UNUSUAL CDV OF A GENTLEMAN WITH HIS BACK TO THE CAMERA

UNUSUAL CDV OF A GENTLEMAN WITH HIS BACK TO THE CAMERA

This full standing image shows a well-dressed gentleman with his back to the camera. This is a rather unusual image and was probably produced for advertising purposes, perhaps for a tailor. The… (197-147) Learn More »

US 4.52 INCH 12 POUNDER BORMANN FUSED SPHERICAL SHELL

US 4.52 INCH 12 POUNDER BORMANN FUSED SPHERICAL SHELL

Fired from a 4.62 inch 12 pounder smoothbore gun. Bormann fused punched at number two. Some numbers visible. Nice smooth surface. Recovered at Vicksburg,… (785-12) Learn More »

CS 7 INCH BROOKE MILLED BASE BOLT

CS 7 INCH BROOKE MILLED BASE BOLT

Fired from a rifled 42 pounder or a 7 inch rifle. Recovered in the Trent’s Reach area of the James River. Designed in 1862 for larger rifles, this bolt has a milled base sabot. Rare projectile in… (727-245) Learn More »

US 10 INCH SPHERICAL MORTAR SHELL

US 10 INCH SPHERICAL MORTAR SHELL

Fired from a 10 inch mortar. Has loading “ears” on either side of fuse hole. Used wooden fuse plug. Light minor surface pitting. Recovered Fort Thomas - Fort Whittlesey on the Ohio River,… (785-25) Learn More »

NON-EXCAVATED 10 INCH SPHERICAL MORTAR SHELL

NON-EXCAVATED 10 INCH SPHERICAL MORTAR SHELL

Fired from a 10 inch mortar. Has loading “ears” on either side of fuse hole. Used wooden fuse plug. Traces original arsenal paint. EXTRA SHIPPING REQUIRED ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS… (785-26) Learn More »

A SINGLE, ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR SIGNAL FLARE WITH PERIOD OWNER’S PAPER TAG

A SINGLE, ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR SIGNAL FLARE WITH PERIOD OWNER’S PAPER TAG

Presented here, in excellent condition, is a very rare army signal flare cartridge identified to a Union soldier, Joseph A. Arnold of the 3rd Rhode Island Heavy Artillery battalion during the Civil… (M23737) Learn More »

ORIGINAL, GOVERNMENT ISSUE, SECOND MODEL COLT DRAGOON REVOLVER IN FINE CONDITION

ORIGINAL, GOVERNMENT ISSUE, SECOND MODEL COLT DRAGOON REVOLVER IN FINE CONDITION

This original, historic, and scarce 2nd Model, government-issue Colt Dragoon is in fine condition. One of only 2,700 of these handsome, hard shooting Second Model Dragoon revolvers were produced by… (740-242) Learn More »

$4,250.00
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SHARPS MODEL 1874 SPORTING RIFLE

SHARPS MODEL 1874 SPORTING RIFLE

This original Model 1874 Sporting rifle was manufactured by the Sharps manufacturing firms of Hartford and Bridgeport, Connecticut circa 1871 thru 1881. The rifle, in fine condition overall, actually… (31-1539) Learn More »

IRON CASE SHOT FROM GETTYSBURG

IRON CASE SHOT FROM GETTYSBURG

Round iron case shot recovered in an area southwest of the present day Gettysburg hospital in a location that was a staging point for Pickett’s Charge. The item was recovered by the late Ronald… (173-1395) Learn More »

LEAD CASE SHOT FROM GETTYSBURG

LEAD CASE SHOT FROM GETTYSBURG

Round lead case shot recovered in an area southwest of the present day Gettysburg hospital in a location that was a staging point for Pickett’s Charge. The item was recovered by the late Ronald… (173-1393) Learn More »

$18.00
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1899 GAR BADGE FOR 33RD NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT

1899 GAR BADGE FOR 33RD NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT

Cast metal badge in the shape of the Liberty Bell. At top is a spread-winged eagle with a US shield on his chest with “1899” at center of the shield. Behind the shield are crossed cannons. The… (M23519) Learn More »

$25.00
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1911 NATIONAL REUNION BADGE FOR NEW HAVEN GAR POST

1911 NATIONAL REUNION BADGE FOR NEW HAVEN GAR POST

This is a two piece badge made of cast metal. The top looks like the cross used by fire departments but with symbols in each of the arms of the cross. The top look like a sunburst while the two side… (M23515) Learn More »

1911 NATIONAL REUNION BADGE FOR NEW HAVEN GAR POST

1911 NATIONAL REUNION BADGE FOR NEW HAVEN GAR POST

Blue ribbon meas. approx. 2.00 inches wide by 5.50 inches long suspended from a top bar of stamped brass with “CONNECTICUT” on a piece of celluloid at center. At center of the ribbon is a faded… (M23529) Learn More »

CDV OF UNION GENERAL ORMSBY M. MITCHEL

CDV OF UNION GENERAL ORMSBY M. MITCHEL

Image shows Mitchel seated in a chair with his arms crossed over his chest. He wears a dark double-breasted frock coat with matching dark trousers. The coat has Generals shoulder straps with black… (337-270) Learn More »

CDV OF MAJOR GENERAL JOHN POPE

CDV OF MAJOR GENERAL JOHN POPE

Image shows Pope as a Brigadier General standing with his right hand stuffed in his coat in the typical Napoleonic pose. Image is somewhat grainy and has moderate surface dirt. Bottom of the mount has… (337-269) Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 4.52-INCH 12 POUND SPHERICAL SHELL

CONFEDERATE 4.52-INCH 12 POUND SPHERICAL SHELL

This shell is in good condition. The body has some light rust in areas but also some of the original arsenal paint remains. There does not appear to be any major material loss and the pitting is light… (727-349) Learn More »

A SOLID SMITH & WESSON, SECOND MODEL SCHOFIELD.45 CALIBER SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER

A SOLID SMITH & WESSON, SECOND MODEL SCHOFIELD.45 CALIBER SINGLE ACTION REVOLVER

The Smith & Wesson arms company in Springfield, Massachusetts produced almost 6,000 of these large sidearms for government use between 1876 and 1877. Known as the 2nd Model Schofield, this hefty… (740-59) Learn More »

$1,650.00
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STRANDS OF HAIR FROM ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND MARY LINCOLN

STRANDS OF HAIR FROM ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND MARY LINCOLN

Offered is a burgundy matted 11" x 14", double matted display with copies of photos of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln. Under each photo are a few strands of hair from each individual. The hairs… (M23722) Learn More »

REVOLUTIONARY WAR FLAG FRAGMENTS FROM THE BATTLE OF SARATOGA, 1777

REVOLUTIONARY WAR FLAG FRAGMENTS FROM THE BATTLE OF SARATOGA, 1777

The Battles of Saratoga (September 19 and October 7, 1777) conclusively decided the fate of British General John Burgoyne's army in the American War of Independence and is generally regarded as a… (M23720) Learn More »

ID TAG FOR 1ST NEW HAMPSHIRE LIGHT ARTILLERY SOLDIER

ID TAG FOR 1ST NEW HAMPSHIRE LIGHT ARTILLERY SOLDIER

This ID tag is a stamped brass disc with a Union shield at center of the obverse. The shield is nicely done and has excellent details with raised lettering that reads “UNION” on a riband across… (785-50) Learn More »

AUSTRIAN M1842 CARBINE

AUSTRIAN M1842 CARBINE

This Model 1842 Austrian carbine is in very good condition. Originally known as a “tube lock’ carbine, these short arms were altered to percussion after 1854 and many saw service in the American… (713-20) Learn More »

MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

Superb example of the Civil War era 52. Caliber rimfire Spencer carbine manufactured by the Spencer Repeating Rifle Company, Boston, Massachusetts. This specimen contains approximate 95% of its… (490-407) Learn More »

US MODEL 1858 SMOOTH SIDE CANTEEN

US MODEL 1858 SMOOTH SIDE CANTEEN

Original New York Depot Model 1858 smooth side canteen with no sling but the original brown wool cover. The body of the canteen has a circular dent at center of one side with a matching smaller dent… (410-75) Learn More »

US STAFF OFFICERS BUTTON RECOVERED IN THE WHEATFIELD, GETTYSBURG

US STAFF OFFICERS BUTTON RECOVERED IN THE WHEATFIELD, GETTYSBURG

This is a three-piece cuff sized US Staff Officer’s button with a good face and some gilt remaining. The shank is gone and the back mark is obliterated by rust. This button is from the Rosensteel… (173-1417) Learn More »

$75.00
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NEW YORK BUTTON RECOVERED AT ROSE WOODS, GETTYSBURG

NEW YORK BUTTON RECOVERED AT ROSE WOODS, GETTYSBURG

This is a three-piece cuff sized New York button with a face that has a slight push and very small amounts of gilt still visible. Back mark is “EXTRA W. BUTTON CO.” Shank is solid. This button is… (173-1457) Learn More »

$30.00
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EAGLE BUTTON RECOVERED AT ROSE WOODS, GETTYSBURG

EAGLE BUTTON RECOVERED AT ROSE WOODS, GETTYSBURG

This is a coat sized General Service Eagle button has an excellent face with a plain back and shank. The button has darkened to an almost black color from age. Item is very clean. This button is from… (173-1415) Learn More »

$29.50
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SECTION OF US 2.9-INCH PARROTT PERCUSSION FUSE FROM GETTYSBURG

SECTION OF US 2.9-INCH PARROTT PERCUSSION FUSE FROM GETTYSBURG

This item is the brass center section of a Parrott percussion fuse. All the threads down the side are in good shape. This item was recovered in the Wheatfield and was part of the Rosensteel family… (173-1430) Learn More »

$20.00
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US 3-INCH HOTCHKISS ARTILLERY FUSE PLUG FROM GETTYSBURG

US 3-INCH HOTCHKISS ARTILLERY FUSE PLUG FROM GETTYSBURG

Brass Hotchkiss style artillery plug for the paper time fuse. Item is in nice condition. All the threads down the side are in good shape. This was meant for use in a 3-inch shell. This item is from… (173-1429) Learn More »

WONDERFUL CONDITION, FEDERAL OFFICER’S LATE CIVIL WAR FROCK COAT

WONDERFUL CONDITION, FEDERAL OFFICER’S LATE CIVIL WAR FROCK COAT

Presented here, in original condition, is a fantastic, Civil War, company-grade officer’s uniform frock coat complete with both original, quality shoulder straps of a First Lieutenant of Infantry or… (410-74) Learn More »

ALE / PORTER BOTTLE CIRCA 1830-1860

ALE / PORTER BOTTLE CIRCA 1830-1860

Pint size, black glass, three piece molded bottle. This type bottle is frequently encountered on both Mexican War and Civil War (US&CS) camp sites. Bottle stands 10” in height and measures 3”… (14-1520) Learn More »

$35.00
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COMPOSITE CDV OF UNION GENERALS OF DEPARTMENTS

COMPOSITE CDV OF UNION GENERALS OF DEPARTMENTS

This CDV by E. & H.T. Anthony is a composite of multiple images of Union Generals connected with the different military departments. Altogether there 7 images on the card. At center is Benjamin F.… (337-265) Learn More »

COMPOSITE CDV OF UNION “PEACE COMMISSIONERS”

COMPOSITE CDV OF UNION “PEACE COMMISSIONERS”

This CDV by E. & H.T. Anthony is a composite of multiple images of Union leaders. Altogether there are 7 images on the card. At center is President Abraham Lincoln with Lieutenant General U.S.… (337-264) Learn More »

ID DISC OF COMBAT VETERAN ALBERT NELSON, 12TH NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

ID DISC OF COMBAT VETERAN ALBERT NELSON, 12TH NEW HAMPSHIRE VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

This Civil War artifact is truly an outstanding example of a non-dug, soldier’s identification disc in super condition that belonged to Corporal Albert D. Nelson of Company “C”, 12th Regiment,… (785-47) Learn More »

US 2.9-INCH PARROTT ARTILLERY FUSE PLUG FROM GETTYSBURG

US 2.9-INCH PARROTT ARTILLERY FUSE PLUG FROM GETTYSBURG

Brass Parrott style artillery plug for the paper time fuse. Item is in nice condition. All the threads down the side are in good shape. This piece looks a lot like the Confederate fuse plug but it is… (173-1412) Learn More »

BORMANN ARTILLERY FUSE FROM GETTYSBURG

BORMANN ARTILLERY FUSE FROM GETTYSBURG

Bormann artillery fuse in nice uncut condition and complete. All the time graduations can be read with ease. There are two small nail holes across from each other on the edge showing where this fuse… (M23622) Learn More »

RARE CIVIL WAR SHEET MUSIC – THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG BY J.C. BECKEL

RARE CIVIL WAR SHEET MUSIC – THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG BY J.C. BECKEL

Entitled “To Major General / GEO. GORDON MEADE. / THE BATTLE / OF / GETTYSBURG / July 3d 1863. / ARRANGED FOR THE PIANO / BY J. C. BECKEL.”  Philadelphia: Published by Sep. Winner, 933 Spring… (337-276) Learn More »

1881 GUIDE TO RICHMOND AND THE BATTLEFIELDS

1881 GUIDE TO RICHMOND AND THE BATTLEFIELDS

Written by W. D. Chesterman; “Presented by P.H. Mayo & Brother”. Printed by James E. Goode, Richmond. 66 pp., plus several leaves of local advertisements. Several full page illustrations… (337-245) Learn More »

$75.00
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SOUTHERN “UNION” NEWSPAPER “THE NEW SOUTH” - VOL. 1, NO. 52, PORT ROYAL, S.C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1863

SOUTHERN “UNION” NEWSPAPER “THE NEW SOUTH” - VOL. 1, NO. 52, PORT ROYAL, S.C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1863

4pp. with columns, measuring 12.5 x 10”. Slightly yellowed in places; one center vertical fold and four horizontal folds; some wear along fold lines and edges. Else good & entirely legible. Port… (337-247) Learn More »

LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY APOTHECARY CHEST BY F. E. BOERICKE, PHILADELPHIA

LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY APOTHECARY CHEST BY F. E. BOERICKE, PHILADELPHIA

Presented here, in very good original condition, is a handsome late nineteenth century (1880s) wooden pharmaceutical chest complete with a complement of bottled medicines and powders. Commonly… (729-92) Learn More »

GOVERNMENT CONVERSION NEW MODEL SHARPS 1863 MILITARY RIFLE

GOVERNMENT CONVERSION NEW MODEL SHARPS 1863 MILITARY RIFLE

This rifle is a Civil War Model 1863 Sharps percussion rifle conversion to metallic cartridge altered by the Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Company of Hartford, Connecticut. This single trigger,… (31-1538) Learn More »

ORIGINAL SECOND MODEL CIVIL WAR GALLAGER CARBINE

ORIGINAL SECOND MODEL CIVIL WAR GALLAGER CARBINE

Presented here is an example of a breech loading, .50 caliber, percussion model Gallager carbine issued to the Federal cavalry during the Civil War. Mahlon J. Gallager, a South Carolina native,… (G3240) Learn More »

STATE OF ALABAMA, ALABAMA, $.05 NOTE

STATE OF ALABAMA, ALABAMA, $.05 NOTE

State of Alabama, Alabama. $05 note, serial number 21345, featuring a cotton ball. Dated 1/1/1863. AU condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR… (173-838) Learn More »

COUNTERFEIT THE OHIO RIVER BANK, OHIO, $20 NOTE

COUNTERFEIT THE OHIO RIVER BANK, OHIO, $20 NOTE

Counterfeit The Ohio River Bank, Ohio. $20 note, serial number 4560. Dated 6/4/1838. AU condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE,… (173-837) Learn More »

THE UNITED STATES FRACTIONAL 1256, $.10 NOTE

THE UNITED STATES FRACTIONAL 1256, $.10 NOTE

The United States Fractional 1256. $.10 note, featuring George Washington. Dated 3/3/1863. VF condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB… (173-836) Learn More »

$40.00
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THE UNITED STATES FRACTIONAL 1230, $.05 NOTE

THE UNITED STATES FRACTIONAL 1230, $.05 NOTE

The United States Fractional 1230. $.05 note, featuring George Washington. Dated 7/17/1862. VF condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB… (173-835) Learn More »

$40.00
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THE WEST RIVER BANK, JAMAICA, VERMONT, $5 NOTE

THE WEST RIVER BANK, JAMAICA, VERMONT, $5 NOTE

The West River Bank, Jamaica, Vermont. $5 note, featuring cherubs with coins. Dated 1850s. GEM condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB… (173-834) Learn More »

VIRGINIA TREASURY NOTE, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA $10 NOTE

VIRGINIA TREASURY NOTE, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA $10 NOTE

Virginia Treasury Note, Richmond, Virginia. $10 note, serial number 12677, featuring a maiden with a mirror.  Dated 10/15/1862. CU condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH… (173-995) Learn More »

VIRGINIA TREASURY NOTE, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA $5 NOTE

VIRGINIA TREASURY NOTE, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA $5 NOTE

Virginia Treasury Note, Richmond, Virginia. $5 note, serial number 30958, featuring Virginia seal.  Dated 3/13/1862. AU condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER… (173-994) Learn More »


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