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SOLDIER LETTER — PRIVATE CHARLES F. DOCKUM, CO. “C”, 1ST NEW HAMPSHIRE HEAVY ARTILLERY

SOLDIER LETTER — PRIVATE CHARLES F. DOCKUM, CO. “C”, 1ST NEW HAMPSHIRE HEAVY ARTILLERY

Written to his mother. Dated “Battery G Meade, D.C. Near Fort De Russey, Dec. 10, 1864. 2pp. pages in ink, measuring 9.25 x 8”, with one written on the reverse of a printed color map (Panoramic… (287-66) Learn More »

GAR RIBBON FOR 100TH PENNSYLVANIA

GAR RIBBON FOR 100TH PENNSYLVANIA

Greenish-blue ribbon with blue printing and black stamping. The ribbon is very long and narrow and plain. The ribbon itself meas. approx. 1.75 x 9.00 inches. There is no pin and the top edge is folded… (503-79) Learn More »

MAJ. GEN. DANIEL SICKLES POST-WAR DOCUMENT SIGNED

MAJ. GEN. DANIEL SICKLES POST-WAR DOCUMENT SIGNED

This framed piece consists of a pre-printed check drawn on an account at the Bank of the Metropolis, 17 Union Square, New York City. Written entirely in Sickles’ hand, it is dated Jan. 10, 1885 and… (L14662) Learn More »

FRAMED POST-WAR SIGNATURE – WINFIELD S. HANCOCK

FRAMED POST-WAR SIGNATURE – WINFIELD S. HANCOCK

Nicely framed and matted autographed card:  “Winfd S. Hancock / San Francisco Cal. / Decbr 13th 1883.”  Card measures approx. 4 3/4” x 3”. Nice strong signature. Framed with modern photo of… (L14649) Learn More »

MAJ. GEN. DANIEL SICKLES POST-WAR DOCUMENT SIGNED

MAJ. GEN. DANIEL SICKLES POST-WAR DOCUMENT SIGNED

This framed piece consists of a pre-printed check drawn on an account at the Bank of the Metropolis, 17 Union Square, New York City. Written entirely in Sickles’ hand, it is dated April 26, 1886 and… (L14661) Learn More »

PERCUSSION KENTUCKY HALF-STOCK RIFLE

PERCUSSION KENTUCKY HALF-STOCK RIFLE

This handsome, Kentucky-style, single-trigger, muzzle loading, half-stock hunting rifle was the property of one A. J. Sutherland of Ann Arbor, Michigan in the post war years. In 1868, Sutherland was a… (G2761) Learn More »

FANTASTIC CONDITION OFFICER’S FROCK COAT ID’D TO 101ST PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER

FANTASTIC CONDITION OFFICER’S FROCK COAT ID’D TO 101ST PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER

This dark blue officer’s frock coat is in excellent condition. A careful look over the exterior revealed no moth damage of any kind and no seam separations. The wool material shows light wear… (282-357) Learn More »

HANDMADE 34 STAR US FLAG ID TO 101ST PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER

HANDMADE 34 STAR US FLAG ID TO 101ST PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER

This 34 star cotton bunting flag is completely hand sewn, including the stars, which are cut out of white cloth and attached to the canton. The flag meas. approx. 51.00 inches on the hoist and 72.00… (282-358) Learn More »

$4,900.00
ON HOLD

REMAINS OF SWORD BELT ID’D TO 101ST PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER

REMAINS OF SWORD BELT ID’D TO 101ST PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER

This sword or waist belt is made of brown buff leather and is in very good condition but it is missing a few parts. The most obvious piece missing is the rectangular belt plate and keeper. Also… (282-362) Learn More »

BOX OF RELICS RECOVERED FROM WEST CONFEDERATE AVE. AREA, GETTYSBURG

BOX OF RELICS RECOVERED FROM WEST CONFEDERATE AVE. AREA, GETTYSBURG

This box contains relics that were found in the area of West Confederate Ave in 1959. They were recovered by the late Elwood Cullison and passed by him to the Rosensteel Family Collection of… (173-1527) Learn More »

$115.00
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A SELDOM SEEN LONG BARREL WHITNEY RIMFIRE BREECHLOADING REVOLVER IN GOOD CONDITION

A SELDOM SEEN LONG BARREL WHITNEY RIMFIRE BREECHLOADING REVOLVER IN GOOD CONDITION

The Whitneyville Armory in Whitneyville, Connecticut utilized its manufacturing center to produce a wide variety of small arms and shoulder arms for both government and civilian use during the middle… (172-3323) Learn More »

MODEL 1842 HARPERS FERRY MUSKET

MODEL 1842 HARPERS FERRY MUSKET

Example of a Mexican War dated (1847) .69 caliber percussion smooth bore musket produced at the Harpers Ferry Armory, Virginia. This specimen has at one time in its history had a Springfield Armory… (791-01) Learn More »

RARE, MAKER-MARKED CYLINDRICAL TIN OF MAYNARD PRIMERS

RARE, MAKER-MARKED CYLINDRICAL TIN OF MAYNARD PRIMERS

This Civil War artifact is a rare, original, unused, metal cylindrical tin complete with its complement of nine, waterproof rolls of ‘Maynard Tape’ primers. The primers were used with the Model… (729-63) Learn More »

WAR DATE AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED – FRANK WHEATON, THE LT. COL. OF SULLIVAN BALLOU’S REGIMENT

WAR DATE AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED – FRANK WHEATON, THE LT. COL. OF SULLIVAN BALLOU’S REGIMENT

As lieutenant colonel of the 2nd Rhode Island (Sullivan Ballou’s regiment), Wheaton saw action at First Manassas and the Peninsula. He served in the Wilderness, against Jubal Early’s attack on… (L14606) Learn More »

BERKS COUNTY, PA BOUNTY CERTIFICATE - PVT. JOHN ROY H. THOMAS, 45TH US COLORED TROOPS

BERKS COUNTY, PA BOUNTY CERTIFICATE - PVT. JOHN ROY H. THOMAS, 45TH US COLORED TROOPS

Dated Provost Marshal’s Office, 14th District, Harrisburg, PA, August 12, 1864.  Pre-printed form. 2pp., noting  the enlistment of “John Henry Thomas ‘Colonel” “for the period of one (1)… (565-96) Learn More »

$140.00
Originally $155.00

BLOOD STOCK RACE HORSE BROADSIDE

BLOOD STOCK RACE HORSE BROADSIDE

This rare broadside poster from the New Jersey Blood Stock Association measures 27 inches by 20 inches. It advertises horses for sale. It has significant tears, folds and wrinkles. The header of the… (565-105) Learn More »

$525.00
Originally $585.00

1865 CLIPPED SIGNATURE – MAJ. GEN. ROBERT ANDERSON

1865 CLIPPED SIGNATURE – MAJ. GEN. ROBERT ANDERSON

Clipped signature with rank and date: “Respectfully / Yr obvt Servt. / Robert Anderson / July 8/1865 Mexican War”. Clip measures approx. 3” x 1.5”. Frame measures 11” x 15”. Signature is… (L14652) Learn More »

SIGNATURE CARD WITH RANK – MAJ. GEN. GEORGE GORDON MEADE

SIGNATURE CARD WITH RANK – MAJ. GEN. GEORGE GORDON MEADE

Card measures approx. 3.75” x 2.5”.  Framed with a modern photo of Meade and with a simulated gold “plaque”.  “Geo. G. Meade / Maj. Genl. U.S.A”.  Excellent condition. George Gordon… (L14556) Learn More »

$495.00
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PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUM CONTAINING 34 CIVIL WAR-ERA CARTE DE VISITES

PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUM CONTAINING 34 CIVIL WAR-ERA CARTE DE VISITES

Mostly of Connecticut civilians, with many ”Hennigar / Middletown / CT” backmarks. Brown leather album measures 5.75 x 4.75 x 2.25”. Ornate leather spine is split, while inner photo signatures… (783-19) Learn More »

SOLDIER LETTERS - PRIVATE WILLIAM IRELAND, CO. “F”, 38th NEW JERSEY INFANTRY

SOLDIER LETTERS - PRIVATE WILLIAM IRELAND, CO. “F”, 38th NEW JERSEY INFANTRY

Plus late 19th century cabinet card photo of Ireland in GAR uniform-- measuring 6.5 x 4.25”, bearing front-mark: “Davis/1022 High St./ Pottsdown, PA.” Crisp clear image. The letter grouping… (337-278) Learn More »


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