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US MODEL 1841 MISSISSIPPI MUSKET TOOL FROM GETTYSBURG

US MODEL 1841 MISSISSIPPI MUSKET TOOL FROM GETTYSBURG

The tool is complete but being made of iron it has rusted throughout. Both blades are complete in length and the box wrench end has a small chip out of one edge. This item was found by the late John… (173-695) Learn More »

WILLIAMS CLEANER TYPE II BULLET FROM GETTYSBURG

WILLIAMS CLEANER TYPE II BULLET FROM GETTYSBURG

Bullet is in very nice dropped condition with the cleaning disk still in place at bottom. This item was found by the late John Cullison and passed by him to the well-known Rosensteel family collection… (173-709) Learn More »

POCKET KNIFE RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

POCKET KNIFE RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

The knife is closed within its brass handle. The handle meas. approx. 3.00 inches long. There is a maker’s name stamped into the side of the handle but the discoloration on the surface makes it hard… (173-693) Learn More »

IRON CANISTER BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

IRON CANISTER BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

This iron canister ball meas. approx. 1.00 inch across. This item was found by the late John Cullison and passed by him to the well-known Rosensteel family collection of Gettysburg artifacts. … (173-702) Learn More »

BOX OF RELICS FROM EAST CAVALRY FIELD GETTYSBURG-GEISELMAN COLLECTION

BOX OF RELICS FROM EAST CAVALRY FIELD GETTYSBURG-GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This box contains items recovered from East Cavalry Field and was once part of the famous John Geiselman collection of Gettysburg artifacts. The items are the following:   2 horse shoes 2 whole… (173-1070) Learn More »

US M1863 CAVALRY BIT RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

US M1863 CAVALRY BIT RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

Recovered east of the Stone Wall in the Wheatfield, this specimen was part of the well-known Rosensteel family collection of Gettysburg artifacts and was originally found by the late John Cullison… (173-1099) Learn More »

INFANTRY HAT OR CAP INSIGNIA FROM FREDERICKSBURG CAMP

INFANTRY HAT OR CAP INSIGNIA FROM FREDERICKSBURG CAMP

This stamped brass Infantry hunting horn insignia is complete except for a small piece of the loop. The mouth piece is present but bent. There are no loops present on the back. The surface of the… (R19594) Learn More »

CIVIL WAR 3 POUND KETCHUM’S PATENT HAND GRENADE

CIVIL WAR 3 POUND KETCHUM’S PATENT HAND GRENADE

Patented August 20, 1861 by William F. Ketchum of Buffalo, New York (Patent # 33,089), this was one of the most common of several types of hand grenades used during the Civil War. The grenade portion… (M23645) Learn More »

ORIGINAL, CIVIL WAR .44 CAL. BALLARD CARBINE

ORIGINAL, CIVIL WAR .44 CAL. BALLARD CARBINE

The Ballard  is a single-shot, breech loading firearm used late during the Civil War. The .44 caliber, percussion carbine was invented and patented by Charles H. Ballard of Worcester, Mass in… (696-49) Learn More »

TIPTON STEREO VIEW OF TRENCHES CONTAINING CONFEDERATE DEAD ON CULP’S HILL

TIPTON STEREO VIEW OF TRENCHES CONTAINING CONFEDERATE DEAD ON CULP’S HILL

Image is mounted on yellow stock. One edge is marked “ARTISTIC STEREO GEMS OF GETTYSBURG SCENERY” and the other states that the image is by W. H. Tipton. The view shows an area on Culp’s Hill… (P13281) Learn More »

TIPTON STEREO VIEW OF THE SOLDIER’S MONUMENT IN THE NATIONAL CEMETERY AT GETTYSBURG

TIPTON STEREO VIEW OF THE SOLDIER’S MONUMENT IN THE NATIONAL CEMETERY AT GETTYSBURG

Image is mounted on yellow stock. One edge is marked “ARTISTIC STEREO GEMS OF GETTYSBURG SCENERY” and the other states that the image is by W. H. Tipton. The view was taken looking over the New… (P13285) Learn More »

CIRCA 1800 - 1830 GLASS DECANTER

CIRCA 1800 - 1830 GLASS DECANTER

This tapered teardrop-shaped glass container is an early 1800s tavern-style, vintage blown wine or spirit glass decanter.  The classic and pleasing artifact is often referred to as a three-ring… (179-565) Learn More »

UNOPENED PACK OF .58 MINIE BALLS FROM ST. LOUIS ARSENAL

UNOPENED PACK OF .58 MINIE BALLS FROM ST. LOUIS ARSENAL

This unopened pack is wrapped in plastic to protect the paper wrapper and the original sting that holds the pack closed. The paper wrapper is in excellent condition. It is clean and free of rips or… (M23644) Learn More »

U.S. 24 POUNDER CANVAS SPONGE COVER

U.S. 24 POUNDER CANVAS SPONGE COVER

Presented here is a seldom seen example of an original Federal Civil War artillery sponge cover. This artillery accoutrement is a canvas sleeve-like device designed to fit over and protect the… (731-67) Learn More »

TIPTON STEREO VIEW SHOWING THE GATEHOUSE OF EVERGREEN CEMETERY, GETTYSBURG

TIPTON STEREO VIEW SHOWING THE GATEHOUSE OF EVERGREEN CEMETERY, GETTYSBURG

Image is mounted on yellow stock. One edge is marked “ARTISTIC STEREO GEMS OF GETTYSBURG SCENERY” and the other states that the image is by W. H. Tipton. The view was taken looking west from East… (P13292) Learn More »

TIPTON STEREO VIEW OF THE GATE OF THE NATIONAL CEMETERY ON THE BALTIMORE PIKE

TIPTON STEREO VIEW OF THE GATE OF THE NATIONAL CEMETERY ON THE BALTIMORE PIKE

Image is mounted on yellow stock. One edge is marked “ARTISTIC STEREO GEMS OF GETTYSBURG SCENERY” and the other states that the image is by W. H. Tipton. The view is looking southwest from the… (P13280) Learn More »

TIPTON STEREO VIEW OF BATTLE SCARRED TREES ON CULP’S HILL

TIPTON STEREO VIEW OF BATTLE SCARRED TREES ON CULP’S HILL

Image is mounted on yellow stock. One edge is marked “ARTISTIC STEREO GEMS OF GETTYSBURG SCENERY” and the other states that the image is by W. H. Tipton. The view was taken somewhere on Culp’s… (P13279) Learn More »

CABINET CARD PHOTOS OF TWO ALABAMA COLONELS

CABINET CARD PHOTOS OF TWO ALABAMA COLONELS

This pair of cabinet cards show post-war images of Colonel Hilary Herbert of the 8th Alabama Infantry and Colonel Thomas H. Herndon of the 36th Alabama Infantry. The first card shows Colonel Hilary A.… (P13241) Learn More »

SERVICE MEMORIAL FOR CHARLES M. THOMPSON, COMPANY "L", BAXTER'S ZOUAVES (72ND PENNSYLVANIA VOLS) - DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED AT THE BATTLE OF ANTIETAM

SERVICE MEMORIAL FOR CHARLES M. THOMPSON, COMPANY "L", BAXTER'S ZOUAVES (72ND PENNSYLVANIA VOLS) - DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED AT THE BATTLE OF ANTIETAM

Executed in pen and ink, the memorial measures 16 x 18", mounted on heavy card paper within a glassed, dark wooden period frame, measuring 25 x 25.5", with contemporary paper backing and hang-wire.… (457-44) Learn More »

MODEL 1841 TRYON PERCUSSION RIFLE

MODEL 1841 TRYON PERCUSSION RIFLE

Presented here is a specimen of one of those “Good and Serviceable Arms” produced for the U.S. Ordnance Department by the contract firm of George W. Tryon of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Often… (169-454) Learn More »

ORIGINAL, CIVIL WAR ROBY ENLISTED MODEL 1860 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER AND SCABBARD IN GOOD CONDITION

ORIGINAL, CIVIL WAR ROBY ENLISTED MODEL 1860 LIGHT CAVALRY SABER AND SCABBARD IN GOOD CONDITION

This is a representative of the type of saber issued to countless Federal cavalrymen during the Late War of the Rebellion. Manufactured by the West Chelmsford, Massachusetts concern of Christopher… (30-1775) Learn More »

THE WESTERN EXCHANGE FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE, OMAHA, NEBRASKA, $2 NOTE

THE WESTERN EXCHANGE FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE, OMAHA, NEBRASKA, $2 NOTE

The Western Exchange Fire & Marine Insurance, Omaha, Nebraska. $2 note, serial number 2506, featuring Indian warrior with spear watch train go across land. Dated 11/1/1855. G… (173-789) Learn More »

THE WESTERN EXCHANGE FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE, OMAHA, NEBRASKA, $1 NOTE

THE WESTERN EXCHANGE FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE, OMAHA, NEBRASKA, $1 NOTE

The Western Exchange Fire & Marine Insurance, Omaha, Nebraska. $1 note, serial number 7066, featuring Indian warriors challenging a train which is crossing their land . Dated 11/2/1857. CU… (173-788) Learn More »

THE WESTERN EXCHANGE FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE, OMAHA, NEBRASKA, $1 NOTE

THE WESTERN EXCHANGE FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE, OMAHA, NEBRASKA, $1 NOTE

The Western Exchange Fire & Marine Insurance, Omaha, Nebraska. $1 note, serial number 9571, featuring Indian warriors challenge a train go across their land . Dated 8/1/1856. VG condition. Small… (173-787) Learn More »

THE WESTERN EXCHANGE FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE, OMAHA, NEBRASKA, $5 NOTE

THE WESTERN EXCHANGE FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE, OMAHA, NEBRASKA, $5 NOTE

The Western Exchange Fire & Marine Insurance, Omaha, Nebraska. $5 note, featuring a paddlewheeler with Daniel Webster . No. 9164.  Dated 1855. GEM… (173-786) Learn More »

THE BANK OF FLORENCE, NEBRASKA, $2 NOTE

THE BANK OF FLORENCE, NEBRASKA, $2 NOTE

The Bank of Florence, Nebraska. $2 note, featuring Indian chief watching a steamship . Dated 1856. GEM condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON… (173-785) Learn More »

THE BANK OF FLORENCE, NEBRASKA, $1 NOTE

THE BANK OF FLORENCE, NEBRASKA, $1 NOTE

The Bank of Florence, Nebraska. $1 note, featuring pilgrims frightening Indians . Dated 1856. GEM condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB… (173-784) Learn More »

THE BANK OF FLORENCE, NEBRASKA, $5 NOTE

THE BANK OF FLORENCE, NEBRASKA, $5 NOTE

The Bank of Florence, Nebraska. $5 note, featuring Indians with a frontiersman and farmer. Dated 1856. GEM condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE… (173-783) Learn More »

THE BANK OF TEKAMA, NEBRASKA, $5 NOTE

THE BANK OF TEKAMA, NEBRASKA, $5 NOTE

The Bank of Tekama, Nebraska. $5 note, serial number 5978, featuring President Buchanan and an eagle with a ship. Dated 9/1/1857. G condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH… (173-782) Learn More »

THE BANK OF TEKAMA, NEBRASKA, $1 NOTE

THE BANK OF TEKAMA, NEBRASKA, $1 NOTE

The Bank of Tekama, Nebraska. $1 note, serial number 8839, featuring Indians watching civilization. Dated 9/1/1857. XF condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS… (173-781) Learn More »

SPANISH AMERICAN WAR MARINE CORPS DRESS BLUE BLOUSE & TROUSERS

SPANISH AMERICAN WAR MARINE CORPS DRESS BLUE BLOUSE & TROUSERS

The dark blue wool blouse is in excellent condition overall. The exterior has no moth damage of any kind and all the buttons are present. The blouse has a seven button front with two on each shoulder.… (410-51) Learn More »

 PATTERN 1859 UNITED STATES MARINE CORP DRESS SHAKO

PATTERN 1859 UNITED STATES MARINE CORP DRESS SHAKO

Exquisite example of the pattern 1859 Marine Corp enlisted dress shako. This particular shako exhibits the 1861 pattern gilt plaited, brass die stamped cap plate insignia of the Union shield and the… (344-1830) Learn More »

FANTASTIC STEEL ENGRAVING OF PICKETT’S CHARGE BY WALKER & BACHELDER

FANTASTIC STEEL ENGRAVING OF PICKETT’S CHARGE BY WALKER & BACHELDER

This steel engraving was executed by H. B. Hall and published in 1876. The engraving is from an original oil painting by James Walker entitled “GETTYSBURG: REPULSE OF LONGSTREET’S ASSAULT.” The… (P13256) Learn More »

MODEL 1813 SABER BY STARR

MODEL 1813 SABER BY STARR

The blade on this saber meas. approx. 1 3/8 at the ricasso and is approx. 33.75 inches long. The blade has a slight curve and a clipped point. The surface of the blade is semi-bright with light… (701-36) Learn More »

SMITH AND WESSON MODEL NO 1 SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER IDENTIFIED TO “JNO McADAMS”

SMITH AND WESSON MODEL NO 1 SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER IDENTIFIED TO “JNO McADAMS”

Smith and Wesson produced about 117,000 revolvers between 1860 and 1868. The revolver is a 22 short rimfire caliber. The blued cylinder is a seven shot with a 3 3/16 inch blued octagon barrel. The… (740-143) Learn More »

MEMORIAL AND DISCHARGE FOR 166TH PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIER

MEMORIAL AND DISCHARGE FOR 166TH PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIER

This small group consists of a framed Soldier’s Memorial, an eagle masthead discharge and marriage certificate for Joshua Baumgardner of Company B, 166th Pennsylvania Infantry. The framed memorial… (L14491) Learn More »

MODEL 1896 SPRINGFIELD KRAG RIFLE WITH BAYONET

MODEL 1896 SPRINGFIELD KRAG RIFLE WITH BAYONET

The 1896 Model Krag was manufactured by the Springfield Armory from 1896 through 1898. Approximately 62,000 were manufactured. Krag’s are all 30-40 caliber center fire. They are bolt action rifles… (G3134) Learn More »

$895.00
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WORLD WAR ONE MOBILE ARTILLERY LIGHT IN ORIGINAL BOX

WORLD WAR ONE MOBILE ARTILLERY LIGHT IN ORIGINAL BOX

Brand new still in the box is this small metal artillery light. The light is rectangular and meas. approx. 5.00 x 2.25 x 1.08 inches. The body is painted OD green with a clear lens on the top. A… (410-46) Learn More »

$65.00
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WORLD WAR ONE OFFICER’S CAMPAIGN HAT

WORLD WAR ONE OFFICER’S CAMPAIGN HAT

Classic WW1 campaign hat with a wide brim and the “Montana” style peak. Brim has five parallel rows of stitching around the edge. Interior has original leather sweatband that is stamped “USA”… (410-38) Learn More »

$95.00
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WORLD WAR ONE MARCHING COMPASS WITH ORIGINAL LABEL

WORLD WAR ONE MARCHING COMPASS WITH ORIGINAL LABEL

Metallic OD green body with folding sights. Interior has fluid and compass arrow while the bezel ring is marked with graduations in white. The side has a viewing port. One of the folding sights is… (410-45) Learn More »

ABRAHAM LINCOLN BOOK ENDS

ABRAHAM LINCOLN BOOK ENDS

A pair of frontal view busts of Abraham Lincoln in cast bronze.  No signs of foundry  marks, probably cast for his centennial birthday celebration 1909.  Stands 6” in height by 4 1/2” across at… (30-1759) Learn More »

RARE, UNOPENED .58 CAL TYPE 2 ‘WILLIAMS’ CLEANER PAPER CARTRIDGE

RARE, UNOPENED .58 CAL TYPE 2 ‘WILLIAMS’ CLEANER PAPER CARTRIDGE

Presented here is a rare original… an unopened Federal .58 caliber Type 2 Williams Patent ‘cleaner’ longer sized bullet stilled wrapped in its original dark blue / gray paper. In mint condition,… (M23557) Learn More »

WORLD WAR ONE MATCH SAFE WITH 3RD INFANTRY DIVISION INSIGNIA

WORLD WAR ONE MATCH SAFE WITH 3RD INFANTRY DIVISION INSIGNIA

Small brass match safe that meas. approx. 2 3/8 inches x 1.50 inches x 0.75 of an inch. Each end is open to allow a small matchbox to slide in while each side has a cut opening to expose the striker… (410-44) Learn More »

FRAGMENT OF 3-INCH SCHENKL SHELL FROM THE ROSE FARM, GETTYSBURG - ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

FRAGMENT OF 3-INCH SCHENKL SHELL FROM THE ROSE FARM, GETTYSBURG - ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

This is a piece of the narrow base section of a 3-inch Schenkl case shot shell. The fragment is the solid knob found in this base area exhibiting the bottom of the bursting chamber with a case shot… (173-1265) Learn More »

AUSTRIAN MUSKET TOOL FROM THE ROSE FARM, GETTYSBURG - ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

AUSTRIAN MUSKET TOOL FROM THE ROSE FARM, GETTYSBURG - ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

This is a “Y” shaped tool with a screw driver blade, a punch and nipple wrench. The item is covered in rust but would clean up if done properly. Despite the rust the item is solid. This item was… (173-1231) Learn More »

WORLD WAR ONE “MAP HELMET” ID’D TO SOLDIER IN 4TH DIVISION

WORLD WAR ONE “MAP HELMET” ID’D TO SOLDIER IN 4TH DIVISION

    This is an American made Model 1917 helmet that has been painted in a camouflage pattern and personalized. Many of these helmets were painted in the months after the Armistice of November 11,… (M23666) Learn More »

STEINWEHR AVENUE ROAD WORK & RESTRICTED ACCESS

STEINWEHR AVENUE ROAD WORK & RESTRICTED ACCESS

  We currently have a good deal of road work going on in front of the shop, and up and down Steinwehr Avenue. If you're unfamiliar with Gettysburg and wish to visit us and find you're unable to… Learn More »

MODEL 1896 SPRINGFIELD KRAIG RIFLE

MODEL 1896 SPRINGFIELD KRAIG RIFLE

The 1896 Model Kraig was manufactured by the Springfield Armory from 1896 through 1898. Approximately 62,000 were manufactured. Kraig’s are all 30-40 caliber center fire. They are bolt action rifles… (740-414) Learn More »

NON-DUG, SINGLE BRASS CS / US SPUR FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION OF GETTYSBURG

NON-DUG, SINGLE BRASS CS / US SPUR FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION OF GETTYSBURG

Unexcavated, intact spurs are a true rarity and this single boot spur, in addition to its obvious scarcity, offers a fine spur specimen of likely Confederate manufacture or that used by either side. … (173-1057) Learn More »

ORIGINAL, MAKER-MARKED M1858 FEDERAL FORAGE CAP VERBALLY ID’D TO THE 22ND MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

ORIGINAL, MAKER-MARKED M1858 FEDERAL FORAGE CAP VERBALLY ID’D TO THE 22ND MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

Here is an article of Federal Civil War regulation headgear commonly referred to as a M1858 forage cap. It has a verbal identification to the 22nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry regiment. This… (M23613) Learn More »

LATE NINETEENTH EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY OFFICER’S CLOAK

LATE NINETEENTH EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY OFFICER’S CLOAK

This dark blue wool broadcloth cloak has a fold down collar, four Russian knot closure straps, two large vertical front pockets and is edged throughout with a ribbed black tape. The sleeves are very… (410-53) Learn More »

US INFANTRY GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE BUTTON RECOVERED AT LITTLE ROUND TOP

US INFANTRY GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE BUTTON RECOVERED AT LITTLE ROUND TOP

Dug enlisted men’s 1854 pattern eagle button, type used on the fatigue blouse and frock coats. This specimen was part of the well-known Rosensteel family collection of Gettysburg artifacts and was… (173-601) Learn More »

$95.00
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ORIGINAL .44 CAL. PRESSED POWDER SKIN CARTRIDGE WITH A ‘HAZARD POWDER COMPANY’ MARKED PAPER WRAPPER

ORIGINAL .44 CAL. PRESSED POWDER SKIN CARTRIDGE WITH A ‘HAZARD POWDER COMPANY’ MARKED PAPER WRAPPER

Presented here are six, original, Federal .44 caliber skin-wrapped seamless cartridges of pressed powder wrapped together with its original, soft paper package. The skin-wrapped cartridges are the… (422-138) Learn More »

MID-NINETEENTH CENTURY POWDER HORN FROM THE GETTYSBURG ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

MID-NINETEENTH CENTURY POWDER HORN FROM THE GETTYSBURG ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

Here is a mid-19th century example of a typical powder horn in use at that time and created by a maker now lost to history. This powder horn specimen came from the renowned Rosensteel Family… (173-1085) Learn More »

$165.00
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TWO PIECE CIVIL WAR ERA NAVY OFFICER’S BUCKLE

TWO PIECE CIVIL WAR ERA NAVY OFFICER’S BUCKLE

Item is a two piece plate that consists of a tongue, wreath and two keepers. This brass plate was made from the 1840’s through the 1880’s. The tongue has a spread-winged eagle on a horizontal… (410-48) Learn More »

RELIC COLT M1855 ROOT REVOLVER

RELIC COLT M1855 ROOT REVOLVER

Recovered at “Varina” Plantation, VA. Side hammer revolver intact, missing only its grips. Plum colored rust patina, with clear lacquer finish to one side, but no flaking. Attractive relic display… (R19679) Learn More »

ORIGINAL, MOUNTED ARTILLERY OFFICER’S SABER AND MATCHING SCABBARD

ORIGINAL, MOUNTED ARTILLERY OFFICER’S SABER AND MATCHING SCABBARD

This saber is a classic mounted artillery officer’s edged weapon from the 1815 to 1830 era. Sidearm follows a design that incorporates a plain, curved, single-edged blade with a wide, stopped fuller… (721-22) Learn More »

CAST BRONZE LINCOLN CABIN BOOKENDS

CAST BRONZE LINCOLN CABIN BOOKENDS

A pair of cast bronze bookends showing the image of the Lincoln birthplace cabin. The cabin, trees and grass had been highlighted in color when this set was manufactured. Located on the reverse side… (30-1758) Learn More »

“VIRGINIA PATTERN” CONFEDERATE 3 INCH READ SHELL

“VIRGINIA PATTERN” CONFEDERATE 3 INCH READ SHELL

The body of this shell has heavy to severe pitting with some material loss but its shape is true to the pattern and both the upper and lower bourrelets are visible despite some scale type rust. The… (727-104) Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 3 INCH BROUN SHELL FROM SPOTSYLVANIA

CONFEDERATE 3 INCH BROUN SHELL FROM SPOTSYLVANIA

This shell is in very good fired condition. The iron surfaces are mostly smooth with light scattered pitting that gets a little heavier on the nose. The single bourrelet at the base of the nose is… (727-331) Learn More »

1864-DATED, AMES MODEL 1840 LIGHT ARTILLERY SABER WITH ITS SCABBARD

1864-DATED, AMES MODEL 1840 LIGHT ARTILLERY SABER WITH ITS SCABBARD

Here is an original, Civil War enlisted Ames Model 1840 light artillery saber in very good condition overall, that has one of the very best condition blades we’ve seen in over thirty years. Termed… (30-1776) Learn More »

VERY NICE COMMERCIALLY MANUFACTURED MCDOWELL STYLE FORAGE CAP

VERY NICE COMMERCIALLY MANUFACTURED MCDOWELL STYLE FORAGE CAP

This forage cap is in first class museum quality condition. Both the exterior and the interior are free of any damage. The body of the cap is made of very tightly woven dark blue wool cloth with a… (M23608) Learn More »

AKM BAYONET & SCABBARD

AKM BAYONET & SCABBARD

The bayonet and scabbard have a matching number of SAR4905. The blade is very clean and is in excellent condition with only minor rubbing to its surface from being taken in and out of the scabbard.… (378-27) Learn More »

3-INCH SHELL OF THE ABSTERDAM PATTERN

3-INCH SHELL OF THE ABSTERDAM PATTERN

Very nice conditioned shell in unfired condition. The body is clean and smooth as are the upper and lower lead sabots. The bottom of the sabot is nicely stamped with “PATENTED & CO AUGUST 12,… (727-187) Learn More »

RARE BRITISH 1.7-INCH “BABY” WHITWORTH SHELL

RARE BRITISH 1.7-INCH “BABY” WHITWORTH SHELL

This shell was patented in England by James Whitworth on April 23, 1855. The surface of this shell is smooth and clean with some original paint remaining in spots. There is a small number “196” in… (727-81) Learn More »

SMITH AND WESSON MODEL NO 1 SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER IDENTIFIED TO HENRY A RICKER, 8TH MAINE INFANTRY

SMITH AND WESSON MODEL NO 1 SECOND ISSUE REVOLVER IDENTIFIED TO HENRY A RICKER, 8TH MAINE INFANTRY

Smith and Wesson produced about 117,000 revolvers between 1860 and 1868. The revolver is a 22 short rimfire caliber. The blued cylinder is a seven shot with a 3 3/16 inch blued octagon barrel. The… (740-161) Learn More »

MAKER MARKED BRASS POWDER FLASK FROM GETTYSBURG ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

MAKER MARKED BRASS POWDER FLASK FROM GETTYSBURG ROSENSTEEL COLLECTION

With small museum marking “11,829”. Maker mark: “James Dixon / & Sons / Sheffield [England].” Attractive flask measures 3.2”in width at flared bottom, 8” in total length, with 1.5… (173-1076) Learn More »

CIVIL WAR CAVALRY CARBINE SWIVEL

CIVIL WAR CAVALRY CARBINE SWIVEL

Here is a great specimen of a typical carbine swivel hook used by Federal cavalrymen during the Civil War. When attached to one end of the trooper’s leather carbine sling, the swivel’s spring… (172-3237) Learn More »

PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE WITH MARKINGS

PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE WITH MARKINGS

Dug plate in very nice condition. The face has a nice rich dark patina with small amounts of discoloration around the edges. The detail on the eagle is very sharp. Stamped above the eagles head is the… (R20173) Learn More »

US PATTERN 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM GETTYSBURG

US PATTERN 1839 CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM GETTYSBURG

Laid flat on a desk this plate is slightly concave. The face has a light coat of white discoloration but the “US” at center can clearly be seen. There is some loss of material but this is confined… (R20187) Learn More »

SKIN ONLY OF A PATTERN 1839 OVAL US PLATE FROM GETTYSBURG

SKIN ONLY OF A PATTERN 1839 OVAL US PLATE FROM GETTYSBURG

This is the top skin only from a Pattern 1839 oval “US” plate. The skin has a dark patina with some light scattered discoloration. Scattered around the edge are some small freeze cracks. The… (R20196) Learn More »

$69.50
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WORLD WAR ONE SHAVING KIT BY GILLETTE

WORLD WAR ONE SHAVING KIT BY GILLETTE

Nickeled case meas. approx. 4.00 x 1.75 x 0.75 of an inch. The lid is embossed with a spread-winged eagle with a US shield on his chest over a plain rectangle that can be stamped or engraved with an… (410-43) Learn More »

$40.00
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THE FINEST M1840 GENERAL OFFICER’S SWORD KNOWN TO EXIST! IDENTIFIED TO MILITIA OFFICER FROM WEALTHY LONG ISLAND, NY FAMILY

THE FINEST M1840 GENERAL OFFICER’S SWORD KNOWN TO EXIST! IDENTIFIED TO MILITIA OFFICER FROM WEALTHY LONG ISLAND, NY FAMILY

Known as the Model 1840 General Officer’s sword, this very finely crafted specimen is a product of the famed N. P. Ames Company of Springfield, Massachusetts. The sword is identified, albeit… (E2357) Learn More »

TIPTON STEREO VIEW OF THE SOLDIER’S NATIONAL CEMETERY, GETTYSBURG

TIPTON STEREO VIEW OF THE SOLDIER’S NATIONAL CEMETERY, GETTYSBURG

Image is mounted on yellow stock. One edge is marked “ARTISTIC STEREO GEMS OF GETTYSBURG SCENERY” and the other states that the image is by W. H. Tipton. The view was taken from the roof of the… (P13274) Learn More »

TIPTON STEREO VIEW OF DEVIL’S DEN

TIPTON STEREO VIEW OF DEVIL’S DEN

Image is mounted on yellow stock. One edge is marked “ARTISTIC STEREO GEMS OF GETTYSBURG SCENERY” and the other states that the image is by W. H. Tipton. The view shows the large and well-known… (P13275) Learn More »


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