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IDENTIFIED SPECIAL MODEL 1861 “L.G. &Y.” CONTRACT RIFLE MUSKET

IDENTIFIED SPECIAL MODEL 1861 “L.G. &Y.” CONTRACT RIFLE MUSKET

This original Civil War longarm is from the family of Samuel G. Seiders of Company E, 158th Pennsylvania Militia. The weapon is a .58 caliber Lamson, Goodnow & Yale contract Special Model 1861 in… (173-2766) Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JUNE 21, 1862 – CORINTH, MS

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JUNE 21, 1862 – CORINTH, MS

Vol. VI—No. 286. 16 pp. [385-400], four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features three Corinth sketches—[1] “Railroad Junction Near Corinth”, [2]… (L15180JJ) Learn More »

6TH NORTH CAROLINA STATE BELT PLATE

6TH NORTH CAROLINA STATE BELT PLATE

This face of this rare, curved oval brass plate is stamped, “6TH INF NC. S.T.”. Plate has a darkened patina and some surface dirt is present. Reverse does not have hooks or a maker’s mark. Plate… (R21941) Learn More »

THE HEROES OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR

THE HEROES OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR

Published by W. Duke & Sons—[“Man’fr’s of Duke Cigarettes, Cameo Cigarettes, Turkish Cross-Cut Cigarettes, Cross-cut Cigarettes]. N.D. (ca. 1885-90). 8 vo., wraps, 60pp., with brown cloth… (490-860) Learn More »

GETTYSBURG PASS THROUGH THE LINES - SURGEON CHARLES C. JEWETT, SURGEON / PRIVATE ARCHIBALD P. HENSON, 16TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

GETTYSBURG PASS THROUGH THE LINES - SURGEON CHARLES C. JEWETT, SURGEON / PRIVATE ARCHIBALD P. HENSON, 16TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

Dated “Willard’s Hotel, Washington D.C. Aug 12 ’63.” Single note sized page, in ink, measuring 6.5 x 4.75”. Exhibits fold-marks and lines, w/archival taping on the reverse. Else VG and… (224-253) Learn More »

$650.00
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MODEL 1865 SPENCER CARBINE WITH THE STABLER CUTOFF

MODEL 1865 SPENCER CARBINE WITH THE STABLER CUTOFF

Presented is an excellent example of a M1865 Spencer Repeating carbine, a.k.a. the Contract Model 1865 Spencer. Designed almost identical to the Civil War Model 1860 repeating carbine and produced… (799-03) Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, DATED JUNE 8, 1861 - 5TH NEW YORK DURYEE’S ZOAUVES

HARPER’S WEEKLY, DATED JUNE 8, 1861 - 5TH NEW YORK DURYEE’S ZOAUVES

16pp., [353-368], 4 columns, numerous illustrations. Cover features a brief story and handsome lithograph of Colonel Duryee’s famed 5th New York Zouaves, with whom Gouveneur K. Warren served as… (868-36) Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, APRIL 27, 1861 – FORT SUMTER ISSUE

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, APRIL 27, 1861 – FORT SUMTER ISSUE

Vol. V—No. 226. 16 pp. [257-272], four columns, with stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features story of “The Bombardment of Fort Sumter” and half page illustration”… (868-37) Learn More »

$55.00
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TOWER MARKED BRITISH ENFIELD PATTERN 1853 RIFLE MUSKET

TOWER MARKED BRITISH ENFIELD PATTERN 1853 RIFLE MUSKET

This classic original British longarm is an 1861 dated Enfield Pattern 1853 rifle manufactured by Tower, a private Birmingham, England arms facility. In good overall condition, this single-shot,… (G3493) Learn More »

EARLY, IMPORTED FLINTLOCK MUSKET MARKED WITH “SALEM B I R.”

EARLY, IMPORTED FLINTLOCK MUSKET MARKED WITH “SALEM B I R.”

Specimen, an imported and undated early 19th century flintlock musket was likely produced for a state militia and was not converted to cap and ball. Possibly an 1808 model imported from Belgium, the… (G3511) Learn More »

CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

Produced by the Spencer Rifle Company of Boston, Massachusetts, this ten pound Civil War Model 1860 Spencer breechloading repeating carbine is in very good original condition. Carbine, which fired the… (G3510) Learn More »

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND RIFLE-MUSKET

CONFEDERATE RICHMOND RIFLE-MUSKET

Exceptional example of the most sought-after Confederate infantry long arm! Very rare Southern manufactured .58 caliber rifle-musket made with M1855 production machinery captured at the Harpers Ferry… (476-87) Learn More »

$12,500.00
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FULL STANDING VIEW OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL GUSTAVUS W. SMITH - COMMANDER OF THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA FOR ONE DAY

FULL STANDING VIEW OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL GUSTAVUS W. SMITH - COMMANDER OF THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA FOR ONE DAY

Image shows Smith dressed in a dark civilian suit posed by a column with his left hand holding the front of his jacket while his right hangs by his side. This is an often published view of Smith. The… (801-445) Learn More »

CDV BUST VIEW IMAGE OF OFFICER IN 43RD, 78TH & 102ND NEW YORK REGIMENTS

CDV BUST VIEW IMAGE OF OFFICER IN 43RD, 78TH & 102ND NEW YORK REGIMENTS

Nice, crisp, clean image of Harvey S. Chatfield as Lieutenant Colonel in the 102nd New York Infantry. Image shows Chatfield in a dark double-breasted frock coat with Lieutenant Colonel’s shoulder… (855-72) Learn More »

AN IDENTIFIED, SOLID WHITNEY ‘NAVY’ SECOND MODEL REVOLVER IN VERY GOOD CONDITION

AN IDENTIFIED, SOLID WHITNEY ‘NAVY’ SECOND MODEL REVOLVER IN VERY GOOD CONDITION

A vintage cap and ball percussion sidearm, this revolver is identified to Private Charles Spear of Company G, 21st Pennsylvania Cavalry. Identification comes through his unit’s ordnance records.… (G3516) Learn More »

EXQUISITE, CIVIL WAR-ERA JEWELRY ACCESSORY MADE FROM BRAIDED HUMAN HAIR

EXQUISITE CIVIL WAR-ERA JEWELRY ACCESSORY MADE FROM BRAIDED HUMAN HAIR

Presented here is a Civil War era woman’s dress accessory in the form of a bracelet made of braided human hair. Hair jewelry and hair decorations were very popular at the time and were usually made… (526-21) Learn More »

$100.00
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EXQUISITE, CIVIL WAR-ERA JEWELRY ACCESSORY MADE FROM BRAIDED HUMAN HAIR

EXQUISITE CIVIL WAR-ERA JEWELRY ACCESSORY MADE FROM BRAIDED HUMAN HAIR

Presented here is a Civil War era woman’s dress accessory in the form of a broach made of braided human hair. Hair jewelry and hair decorations were very popular at the time and were usually made… (526-20) Learn More »

EXQUISITE, CIVIL WAR-ERA JEWELRY ACCESSORY MADE FROM BRAIDED HUMAN HAIR

EXQUISITE, CIVIL WAR-ERA JEWELRY ACCESSORY MADE FROM BRAIDED HUMAN HAIR

Presented here is a Civil War era woman’s dress accessory in the form of a broach made of braided human hair. Hair jewelry and hair decorations were very popular at the time and were usually made… (526-19) Learn More »

CS OFFICER'S HAVERSACK IDENTIFIED TO MAJ. JAMES B. EUSTIS, STAFF OFFICER AND POLITICIAN

CS OFFICER'S HAVERSACK IDENTIFIED TO MAJ. JAMES B. EUSTIS, STAFF OFFICER AND POLITICIAN

This brown leather haversack is tooled with pinwheel designs on the front flap, body and strap. The original strap is detached. Long closure strap with original iron buckle still intact on front.… (526-18) Learn More »

EARLY FOUR-SCREW COLT M1860 ARMY REVOLVER

EARLY FOUR-SCREW COLT M1860 ARMY REVOLVER

This percussion revolver is an early four-screw Civil War Colt Model 1860 Army in very good condition. The Colt Army revolver was the major sidearm in use by U.S. troops during the Civil War with over… (G3506) Learn More »


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