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12TH CONNECTICUT REUNION BADGE - 1907

12TH CONNECTICUT REUNION BADGE - 1907

The top of this badge has a round disc with a photo on celluloid of Connecticut’s war-time Governor William A. Buckingham. The reverse of the badge has the original pin and maker’s label.… (M23506) Learn More »

PAIR OF SOLDIER LETTERS – LT. COL. PETER DISTER, 58TH OHIO INFANTRY; KIA AT CHICKASAW BAYOU, MS

PAIR OF SOLDIER LETTERS – LT. COL. PETER DISTER, 58TH OHIO INFANTRY; KIA AT CHICKASAW BAYOU, MS

A fine pair of letters, one written by Dister, and another written by Lt. Peter A. Bishop regarding Dister’s death. Peter Dister enlisted on 4/16/61 as a Captain; on 4/29/61 he was commissioned into… (765-11) Learn More »

49TH MASSACHUSETTS REUNION RIBBON

49TH MASSACHUSETTS REUNION RIBBON

Red ribbon which meas. approx. 3.00 inches wide x 8.00 inches long with black printing on face. The dates “1862” and “1890” appear in opposite corners at top. Centered below the dates is a… (M23494) Learn More »

49TH MASSACHUSETTS REUNION RIBBON

49TH MASSACHUSETTS REUNION RIBBON

Blue ribbon which meas. approx. 3.00 inches wide x 8.00 inches long with black printing on face. The dates “1862” and “1908” appear in opposite corners at top. Centered below the dates is a… (M23485) Learn More »

SOLDIER LETTER WRITTEN BY DANIEL K. HARTLEY, 114TH PENNSYLVANIA (COLLIS’ ZOUAVES)

SOLDIER LETTER WRITTEN BY DANIEL K. HARTLEY, 114TH PENNSYLVANIA (COLLIS’ ZOUAVES)

This two page letter written in ink on patriotic stationary was written from “Camp Near Potomac Creek / Va”, no date given.  Directed towards a Mr. Clayton regarding another soldier named… (337-238) Learn More »

ORIGINAL SMITH CARBINE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

ORIGINAL SMITH CARBINE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

Invented and patented by a medical physician named Gilbert Smith of Buttermilk Falls, New York in late 1855, here is an original Civil War Smith carbine in super condition used by Union forces during… (799-01) Learn More »

FINE ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

FINE ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR MODEL 1860 SPENCER CARBINE

The Spencer .52 caliber, repeating carbine, a Spencer short arm, was invented and patented by Manchester, Connecticut native Christopher M. Spencer. Specimen presented is a very fine, early example of… (G3279) Learn More »

CDV BUST VIEW OF 126TH NEW YORK OFFICER

CDV BUST VIEW OF 126TH NEW YORK OFFICER

Vignette bust view of Lieutenant John B. Geddis in uniform. Contrast is light. Image and mount are in good condition. Back has what looks to be a period pencil inscription that reads “JOHN B. GEDDIS… (475-150) Learn More »

VERY FINE ORIGINAL, FIRST TYPE, TWO-TRIGGER FRANK WESSON RIFLE

VERY FINE ORIGINAL, FIRST TYPE, TWO-TRIGGER FRANK WESSON RIFLE

Here is an original, seldom-seen Frank Wesson single-shot breechloader in excellent condition, one of the best that we have handled. This 1st Type, twin-trigger, .44 caliber rimfire, Wesson rifle made… (779-09) Learn More »

GREAT ‘STARR’ PERCUSSION CARBINE FROM COMPANY K, 1ST ARKANSAS CAVALRY IN VETERAN CONDITION

GREAT ‘STARR’ PERCUSSION CARBINE FROM COMPANY K, 1ST ARKANSAS CAVALRY IN VETERAN CONDITION

Issued to the Federal cavalry during the Civil War, this weapon is a very fine example of the Starr carbine, a breech loading, .54 caliber, percussion shortarm produced by the Starr Arms Company of… (G3275) Learn More »

1894 WOMANS RELIEF CORPS MEDAL

1894 WOMANS RELIEF CORPS MEDAL

The top bar of this medal is rectangular with a keystone at center with the intertwined letters “GAR.” This is flanked by “28th NATL. ENCAMPT. SEPT. 1894.” The reverse of the bar has the… (503-61) Learn More »

YEAGER GAR POST NO. 13 MEDAL, ALLENTOWN, PA

YEAGER GAR POST NO. 13 MEDAL, ALLENTOWN, PA

The top bar of this medal is made of stamped brass and has a scalloped edge decoration. The reverse still has the original pin. Suspended from the top bar is a solid blue ribbon with silver lettering.… (503-57) Learn More »

1919 DEPARTMENT OF PENNSYLVANIA GAR MEDAL

1919 DEPARTMENT OF PENNSYLVANIA GAR MEDAL

The top bar of this piece has a disc at center illustrated with the seal of the GAR which shows a soldier and a sailor shaking hands in front of the figure of Columbia. This is flanked by “JUNE… (503-58) Learn More »

1894 PITTSBURG[H] GAR MEDAL

1894 PITTSBURG[H] GAR MEDAL

The top bar of this medal is rectangular with “PITTSBURG” at center. This is topped by an arch that reads “1894.” The reverse of the bar has the original pin. Suspended from the bar is a… (503-59) Learn More »

SIDE BY SIDE, SMALL BORE, JAMES CONSTABLE SHOTGUN, LONDON

SIDE BY SIDE, SMALL BORE, JAMES CONSTABLE SHOTGUN, LONDON

A ‘James Constable’ London-made, percussion, small gauge (likely 410) side by side, double barrel, percussion shotgun. Circa mid-19th century piece with a 28” long barrel and no visible markings… (490-427) Learn More »

MODEL 1861 RIFLE MUSKET - CONTRACT TRENTON NEW JERSEY

MODEL 1861 RIFLE MUSKET - CONTRACT TRENTON NEW JERSEY

The model 1861 58. caliber rifle musket was adopted by the U.S. Government as the official arm for the infantry in that year. This model superseded the previous rifle musket pattern of 1855, which… (218-441) Learn More »

M1841 HARPERS FERRY HALL PERCUSSION RIFLE DATED 1841

M1841 HARPERS FERRY HALL PERCUSSION RIFLE DATED 1841

This Harpers Ferry arsenal specimen is a Model 1841 Hall’s percussion rifle in excellent overall condition. A single-shot, breechloading longarm, it measures 52¾” long with a 32 5/8” long round… (667-14) Learn More »

1898 DEPARTMENT OF OHIO GAR MEDAL

1898 DEPARTMENT OF OHIO GAR MEDAL

The top bar of this medal has a spread-winged eagle at center flanked by seven stars on the left and six on the right. The reverse of the bar still has the original pin. A solid black ribbon that… (503-62) Learn More »

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1891 OLD GUARD MEDAL

1891 OLD GUARD MEDAL

The top bar of this medal has an oak leaf garland and bow design. The reverse of the bar still has the original pin. A solid red ribbon that meas. approx. 1.25 inches long x 1.50 inches wide is… (503-66) Learn More »

AUTOGRAPHED CALLING CARD – CS MAJOR GENERAL ROBERT F. HOKE

AUTOGRAPHED CALLING CARD – CS MAJOR GENERAL ROBERT F. HOKE

Autograph on reverse of a calling card which measures 3 11/16” x 2 1/8”. “R F Hoke Maj Genl / C.S.A.”, with “Robert F. Hoke.” printed on the front. Overall very fine condition; remains of… (L14301) Learn More »


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