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WAR DATE SIGNATURE – UNION BRIG GEN. GEORGE GREENE

WAR DATE SIGNATURE – UNION BRIG GEN. GEORGE GREENE

Civil War date signature, taken from a Civil War dated autograph album entitled, “Autographs, Contributed By General Officers of the Army & Navy of the United States. Sold at the Army Relief… (L14576) Learn More »

UNION ARMS COMPANY CONTRACT .58 CALIBER MODEL 1861 MUSKET

UNION ARMS COMPANY CONTRACT .58 CALIBER MODEL 1861 MUSKET

Here is an original, seldom-seen, Model 1861 .58 caliber “Union Arms Company” contract percussion rifle-musket in very good condition overall. Musket was a product of the Union Arms Company of New… (218-437) Learn More »

U. S. SPRINGFIELD M1863 TYPE I MUSKET DATED 1864

U. S. SPRINGFIELD M1863 TYPE I MUSKET DATED 1864

This Civil War longarm is a .58 caliber “Springfield” Model 1863, Type 1, single-shot muzzleloader in complete, excellent overall condition. The Springfield M1863 Type 1 musket was a government… (218-436) Learn More »

WAR DATE SIGNATURE, UNION MAJ. GEN. WILLIAM B. FRANKLIN

WAR DATE SIGNATURE, UNION MAJ. GEN. WILLIAM B. FRANKLIN

Signature was removed from a war dated letter; clipped portion of lined paper measures 4 ½” x 1 ¾”.  “Respectfully / Your Obedient Servant / W B. Franklin / Major General Commanding”.  The… (L14638) Learn More »

THE SCOTS ‘FORTY FIVE — BATTLE OF CULLODEN PRELUDE; BRITISH ARMY ULTIMATUM TO SCOTS VILLAGERS

THE SCOTS ‘FORTY FIVE — BATTLE OF CULLODEN PRELUDE; BRITISH ARMY ULTIMATUM TO SCOTS VILLAGERS

Two pieces of correspondence, letter and memoranda, by MAJOR JOHN LA FAUSILLE, 8TH [KINGS] REGIMENT OF FOOT. Fausille’s army memoranda, dated March 28, 1746, consists of two handwritten pages in… (611-279) Learn More »

1879 DATED ADS – PIERRE G. T. BEAUREGARD

1879 DATED ADS – PIERRE G. T. BEAUREGARD

Choice Autograph Document Signed “G.T. Beauregard”, 1 page, oblong narrow 8vo, dated New Orleans, October 31, 1879.  A partly printed bank check, No. 177, drawn on the “Mutual National Bank of… (L14640) Learn More »

ORIGINAL M1840 RARE, UNALTERED ‘D. NIPPES’ FLINTLOCK MUSKET

ORIGINAL M1840 RARE, UNALTERED ‘D. NIPPES’ FLINTLOCK MUSKET

Specimen is a seldom-seen, original unaltered Model 1840 musket, dated 1845, made by arms contractor Daniel Nippes of Mill Creek, Lower Marion, Pennsylvania. Produced for the 1845 U.S. Ordnance… (30-1805) Learn More »

ILLUSTRATED CARTOON “THE LIFE OF JEFF DAVIS”

ILLUSTRATED CARTOON “THE LIFE OF JEFF DAVIS”

This cartoon, The Life of Jeff Davis Illustrated, features 6 panel cartoons. Philadelphia, PA. Six printed pages on one folded sheet measuring 4 1/8" by 17 3/8" with woodblock illustrations of… (337-17) Learn More »

FANTASTIC HANDWRITTEN MEMOIR OF 74TH NEW YORK SERGEANT ROBERT H. DAVIS

FANTASTIC HANDWRITTEN MEMOIR OF 74TH NEW YORK SERGEANT ROBERT H. DAVIS

80 page memoir written in ink by Sgt. Robert H. Davis, Company F, 74th New York, Excelsior Brigade. Handmade note book meas. approx. 6.50x8.25. This memoir was written in December of 1893 and is for… (633-10) Learn More »

WEST VIRGINIA GAR ROSETTE

WEST VIRGINIA GAR ROSETTE

This badge consists of a red, white and blue ribbon formed into a rosette with a metal button at center. The button is covered with a celluloid color lithograph of a GAR Membership badge surrounded by… (503-95) Learn More »

WEST VIRGINIA GAR POST BADGE

WEST VIRGINIA GAR POST BADGE

This black ribbon meas. approx. 2.25 inches wide x 7.00 inches long. The top bar has a brass frame with a gold celluloid center with a full color GAR membership badge printed at center flanked by the… (503-94) Learn More »

US/CS NON-EXCAVATED 3.57 INCH 6 POUNDER SPHERICAL SHOT

US/CS NON-EXCAVATED 3.57 INCH 6 POUNDER SPHERICAL SHOT

From an early GAR post in Reading, Pennsylvania. Fired from a 3.67 inch 6 pounder smoothbore gun. Perfect condition, traces of original arsenal paint. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS… (785-01) Learn More »

MOURNING RIBBON FOR PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA GAR POST

MOURNING RIBBON FOR PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA GAR POST

This black ribbon meas. approx. 2.00 inches wide x 5.50 inches long. The top bar has a brass frame with a white celluloid center with a full color GAR membership badge printed at center flanked by the… (503-90) Learn More »

REUNION RIBBON FOR EX-UNION SOLDIERS ASSOCIATION

REUNION RIBBON FOR EX-UNION SOLDIERS ASSOCIATION

This white ribbon meas. approx. 1.75 inches wide x 7.25 inches long. There is no top bar and never was one. The ribbon was meant to be pinned to the veterans coat by a safety pin. Stamped in a circle… (503-101) Learn More »

WEST VIRGINIA GAR DELEGATE RIBBON

WEST VIRGINIA GAR DELEGATE RIBBON

This ribbon is equal divided into three individual stripes of red, white and blue. The top bar is made of stamped brass with a scroll-work design and a celluloid strip with “DELEGATE” printed on… (503-93) Learn More »

MOURNING RIBBON FOR PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA GAR POST

MOURNING RIBBON FOR PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA GAR POST

This black ribbon meas. approx. 2.50 inches wide x 7.00 inches long. The top has a solid printed silver border with a decoration of triangles and stars. Below this in silver is “IN… (503-99) Learn More »

ORIGINAL M1808 UNALTERED ‘BARTLETT’ FLINTLOCK MUSKET

ORIGINAL M1808 UNALTERED ‘BARTLETT’ FLINTLOCK MUSKET

Specimen is an original Model 1808 musket, dated 1813, made by Asher and Pliny Bartlett of Springfield, Massachusetts. Likely produced for a State militia, this flintlock longarm was never converted… (30-1804) Learn More »

TROY, NEW YORK GAR MOURNING RIBBON

TROY, NEW YORK GAR MOURNING RIBBON

The top bar of this ribbon is stamped white metal that has darkened some with age. Across the face of the bar is stamped “G. A. R.” with a scalloped decoration at each end. Bar also has a beaded… (475-193) Learn More »

FINE CONDITION M1853 SHARPS ‘SLANT BREECH’ CARBINE

FINE CONDITION M1853 SHARPS ‘SLANT BREECH’ CARBINE

This pre-Civil War carbine, often referred to as the ‘John Brown’ model, is a single-shot, .52 caliber, breechloading Model 1853 shortarm invented and patented by Hartford, Connecticut native… (30-1806) Learn More »

ATTIC-FRESH GROUPING OF CAVALRY ITEMS IDENTIFIED TO CHAUNCEY J. FOX, 19TH NEW YORK CAVALRY VOLUNTEERS

ATTIC-FRESH GROUPING OF CAVALRY ITEMS IDENTIFIED TO CHAUNCEY J. FOX, 19TH NEW YORK CAVALRY VOLUNTEERS

A true ‘attic find’ is this handsome, preserved, Civil War cavalry grouping that belonged to Corporal Chauncey J. Fox of the 19th New York Cavalry regiment, often called the 1st N. Y. Dragoons. A… (M23696) Learn More »


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