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US M1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO LT. COL. EDMUND SHURLY, 26TH NEW YORK INFANTRY – WOUNDED AT FREDERICKSBURG

US M1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO LT. COL. EDMUND SHURLY, 26TH NEW YORK INFANTRY – WOUNDED AT FREDERICKSBURG

Manufactured: Chicopee Mass Maker: Ames Mfg Co Year: 1865 Model: M 1850 Staff & Field Size: 32.00” Condition: VG This is an early Ames 1850 Staff & Field as noted by the wide blade and block… (870-133). Learn More »

$12,000.00
ON HOLD

M1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO CAPT. EDWIN A. WOOD, CO. A, 51ST MASSACHUSETTS

M1850 STAFF AND FIELD OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO CAPT. EDWIN A. WOOD, CO. A, 51ST MASSACHUSETTS

Manufactured: Unknown Maker: Unknown Year: 1862 Model: Non Regulation Staff & Field Size: 31.00 Condition: VG This sword is classified as non-regulation as it has the full basket minus the… (870-394). Learn More »

CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE IDENTIFIED TO CAPTAIN MARCUS A. MOORE, 1ST MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY

CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE IDENTIFIED TO CAPTAIN MARCUS A. MOORE, 1ST MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY

Manufactured: Newark, NJ Maker: Sauerbier, Henry Year: Early Civil War Model: Model 1840 transitional with 1860 style grip Size: 34.2 inch blade, 1.17 wide, .353 thick This sword has all true Type 1… (870-159). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE MANUFACTURED 12 POUNDER IRON HOWITZER TUBE MADE BY TREDEGAR IRON WORKS IN RICHMOND, DATED 1862!

RARE CONFEDERATE MANUFACTURED 12 POUNDER IRON HOWITZER TUBE MADE BY TREDEGAR IRON WORKS IN RICHMOND, DATED 1862!

This foundry was named for the famous iron works at Tredegar, Wales; the Tredegar Iron Works opened in 1837 and was active in the foundry trade for many years in Richmond until 1952. In 1841 Joseph… (455-09). Learn More »

$185,000.00
Originally $200,000.00

MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD WITH “MONITOR” BLADE BY M.W. GALT & BRO., WASHINGTON, D.C., PRESENTED TO LT. JOHN EXTON BY BATTERY H, 2ND PENNSYLVANIA HEAVY ARTILLERY

MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD WITH “MONITOR” BLADE BY M.W. GALT & BRO., WASHINGTON, D.C., PRESENTED TO LT. JOHN EXTON BY BATTERY H, 2ND PENNSYLVANIA HEAVY ARTILLERY

Manufactured: Import / Washington, D.C. Maker: Import / M.W. Galt & Bro. Year: C1863 Model: M1850 Foot Officer Size: 32.1 inch blade Import style foot officer retailed by and etched on the… (870-364). Learn More »

CHAPLAIN’S SWORD PRESENTED TO W. F. SNOW, 5TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

CHAPLAIN’S SWORD PRESENTED TO W. F. SNOW, 5TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

Manufactured: Solingen Maker: Weyersberg Year: 1862 Model: New pattern Size: 28 inch blade Condition: Excellent+ A unique pattern ; the guard is intricately cast with a federal shield within a wreath… (870-422). Learn More »

RARE SHARPS MODEL 1855 NAVY RIFLE

RARE SHARPS MODEL 1855 NAVY RIFLE

This is an example of an extremely rare Sharps Model 1855 U.S. Navy rifle. Sharps only manufactured approximately 263 of these rifles in 1856. They were serial numbered in the 20,000 to 21,000 range.… (490-1676). Learn More »

JOMINI’S PRACTICE OF WAR

JOMINI’S PRACTICE OF WAR

By C.F Pardigon. Published by West & Johnston, Richmond, 1863. 216 pp. Heavy card covers, in blue cloth, 3.75 x 5.75”, black front cover title stamp, gilt lettering. Front cover minus a sliver… (1000-1659). Learn More »

A MANUAL OF MILITARY SURGERY, FOR USE OF SURGEONS IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY—ID’D TO ASST. SURGEON HENRY B. SCOTT, FIELD & STAFF, 41ST VIRGINIA MILITIA INFANTRY

A MANUAL OF MILITARY SURGERY, FOR USE OF SURGEONS IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY—ID’D TO ASST. SURGEON HENRY B. SCOTT, FIELD & STAFF, 41ST VIRGINIA MILITIA INFANTRY

By J. Julian Chisholm, M.D. Published by West & Johnson, Richmond, VA, 1862. 2nd edition, Revised and Improved. Owner Title page inscription, in pencil—“Henry Scott MD, Asst. Surg. P.A.C.S.”… (1000-1653). Learn More »

MODEL 1860 CAVALRY SABER AND PORTRAIT ID’D TO 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER

MODEL 1860 CAVALRY SABER AND PORTRAIT ID’D TO 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER

This small group of items is identified to 1st Lieutenant Anthony A. Taylor of Company a, 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry who received the Medal of Honor for actions at Chickamauga. The first item in the… (945-352). Learn More »

WONDERFUL CONDITION ORIGINAL CONFEDERATE-MANUFACTURED KEPI FOR A DRUMMER BOY OR CHILD

WONDERFUL CONDITION ORIGINAL CONFEDERATE-MANUFACTURED KEPI FOR A DRUMMER BOY OR CHILD

This article of uniform clothing is an original, Civil War example of headgear manufactured in the Confederacy and presented here in wonderful, original intact condition. The period artifact is a… (526-68). Learn More »

$6,500.00
Originally $8,500.00

ALTERED US MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO J.C. MOLLOY, 63RD NEW YORK INFANTRY

ALTERED US MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO J.C. MOLLOY, 63RD NEW YORK INFANTRY

Manufactured: France Maker: Unknown Year: 1861 Model: M 1850 Foot Officer Size: 30.25  Condition: VG   Sword has components of French manufacture but a Solingen style blade. Brass guard has an even… (870-381). Learn More »

DUG ID TAG FOR JOSEPH FAGAN OF THE 1ST MARYLAND INFANTRY US

DUG ID TAG FOR JOSEPH FAGAN OF THE 1ST MARYLAND INFANTRY US

Stamped brass tag with a patriotic shield on the front with a riband that reads “UNION” and surrounded by “AGAINST REBELLION 1861.” Face still retains some gilt. Reverse is stamped “JOSEPH… (1000-1835). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND CARBINE

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND CARBINE

Completely original Richmond Carbine in fair condition. Overall length of the weapon is 40.50 inches measuring from the center of the buttplate to the muzzle. All metal is a dark iron except for the… (172-4614). Learn More »

$6,500.00
Originally $7,950.00

EXCELLENT CONDITION U.S. NAVY ENLISTED BELT

EXCELLENT CONDITION U.S. NAVY ENLISTED BELT

Regulation belt made of blackened buff leather.  This pattern belt and japanned iron friction buckle seems to have appeared in 1862.  It is specifically detailed as a regulation issue item by the… (1000-576). Learn More »

SELMA ARSENAL WRAPPER AND ENFIELD CARTRIDGES

SELMA ARSENAL WRAPPER AND ENFIELD CARTRIDGES

Included in a wood display case is a cartridge wrapper from Selma Arsenal dated July 1864, seven complete cartridges, and a pack of percussion caps.  The cartridges and caps came out of this… (1000-743). Learn More »

CS RICHMOND TYPE II MUSKET ID’D TO 49TH VIRGINIA SOLDIER - CHAMBERSBURG, PA FIND

CS RICHMOND TYPE II MUSKET ID’D TO 49TH VIRGINIA SOLDIER - CHAMBERSBURG, PA FIND

This musket is a true Richmond throughout, lock, stock and barrel. It is out of an estate in Chambersburg, PA, located approx. 25 miles west of Gettysburg.Weapon is identified to Private Weedon Oliver… (1000-390). Learn More »

TWO PIECE VIRGINIA PLATE WITH BELT

TWO PIECE VIRGINIA PLATE WITH BELT

Belt is made of leather covered canvas and meas. approx. 31.50 inches long, not including the plate, and 1.75 inches wide. The leather is folded over the canvas and sewn down the center of the back of… (1000-767). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE BUCKSHOT CARTRIDGE – AUGUSTA ARSENAL

CONFEDERATE BUCKSHOT CARTRIDGE – AUGUSTA ARSENAL

Very scarce Confederate buckshot cartridge made at Augusta Arsenal.  These Augusta cartridges are easily recognized by the salmon-colored paper and that they are filled with 15 buckshot.  Other C.S.… (286-234). Learn More »

$550.00
Originally $750.00

IMPORT MODEL 1850 CIVIL WAR FIELD & STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO MEMBER OF GENERAL FREMONT’S STAFF

IMPORT MODEL 1850 CIVIL WAR FIELD & STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO MEMBER OF GENERAL FREMONT’S STAFF

Original Civil War Model 1850 Field & Staff officer’s sword in nice condition complete with its metal scabbard. Sword is unmarked and is no doubt an import item. It is identified by a… (870-157). Learn More »


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FANTASTIC GOLD-MOUNTED APPOMATTOX WOOD CARVED PIPE WITH CASE – 12TH WEST VIRGINIA INFANTRY

The day after Generals Grant and Lee met to arrange the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia the two Generals met again for a brief time under an apple tree and when the meeting was over soldiers descended on the tree taking parts of it as… (30-2205). Learn More »