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MASSACHUSETTS MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT’S OFFICER’S UNIFORM COAT DRESSED OUT FOR MOURNING LINCOLN, WITH HIS MOURNING COCKADE, VEST, COMMISSIONS, LEDGERS, AND NOTES

MASSACHUSETTS MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT’S OFFICER’S UNIFORM COAT DRESSED OUT FOR MOURNING LINCOLN, WITH HIS MOURNING COCKADE, VEST, COMMISSIONS, LEDGERS, AND NOTES

These items come from the extensive archive of material preserved and labeled by John M. Deane, an officer in the 3rd Mass. Volunteer Militia in 1861 and the 29th Mass. Volunteer Infantry from 1862 to… (1164-14). Learn More »

$14,500.00
Originally $19,725.00

VERY SCARCE EARLY CIVIL WAR NEW YORK RECRUITING AND RENDEZVOUS BANNER FOR A COMPANY OF THE “NATIONAL GUARD ZOUAVES” CA. APRIL 1861

VERY SCARCE EARLY CIVIL WAR NEW YORK RECRUITING AND RENDEZVOUS BANNER FOR A COMPANY OF THE “NATIONAL GUARD ZOUAVES” CA. APRIL 1861

This colorful call for volunteers reads “HEAD-QUARTERS – OF – CAPT. GOTT’S / COMPANY / National Guard / ZOUAVES.” The lettering is done in black with red highlights and the last line.… (1052-171). Learn More »

$7,500.00
Originally $9,500.00

EXCELLENT LARGE, ORIGINAL FRAMED OIL PAINTING OF 20TH MAINE’S JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN BY MICHAEL GNATEK

EXCELLENT LARGE, ORIGINAL FRAMED OIL PAINTING OF 20TH MAINE’S JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN BY MICHAEL GNATEK

This is an original oil on canvas portrait of Major General Joshua L. Chamberlain of the 20th Maine Infantry done by the late Michael Gnatek. Mr. Gnatek received his art training at Yale University… (10-1968). Learn More »

$9,500.00
Originally $12,500.00

TWO PEN AND INK DRAWINGS BY ALFRED WAUD / HORATIO WAIT OF BLOCKADING SCENES OFF MOBILE 1863

TWO PEN AND INK DRAWINGS BY ALFRED WAUD / HORATIO WAIT OF BLOCKADING SCENES OFF MOBILE 1863

Working as a special artist for Harpers Weekly from late 1861 through 1865, Alfred R. Waud (1828-1891) is one of the best-known Civil War artists. In postwar years he was connected with Century… (557-12). Learn More »

MINT CAVALRY HARDEE HAT

MINT CAVALRY HARDEE HAT

This is perhaps the showiest piece of Civil War headgear out there- the plumed Model 1858 Army Hat, better known by its nicknames as the Hardee or Jeff Davis hat. Derived from the pattern adopted by… (2022-2324). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CLIP POINT BOWIE WITH SALVAGED MUSICIAN SWORD BRASS HILT

CONFEDERATE CLIP POINT BOWIE WITH SALVAGED MUSICIAN SWORD BRASS HILT

This clip-point Bowie a great example of southern improvisation- a kind of weapons-making version of folk art – not sophisticated, but with an appeal of it own.  Measuring 19.5 inches overall, the… (490-3265). Learn More »

FANTASTIC UNIFORM GROUPING OF G.E. ANDREWS: OFFICER’S FROCK COAT, OFFICER’S SHORT JACKET, OFFICER’S TROUSERS, AND HIS TAILOR-MADE FIRST SERGEANT FROCK COAT WITH VETERAN SERVICE STRIPES!

FANTASTIC UNIFORM GROUPING OF G.E. ANDREWS: OFFICER’S FROCK COAT, OFFICER’S SHORT JACKET, OFFICER’S TROUSERS, AND HIS TAILOR-MADE FIRST SERGEANT FROCK COAT WITH VETERAN SERVICE STRIPES!

We don’t often use exclamation points in a description, but this identified uniform grouping, formerly in the collections of the Texas Civil War Museum, has not just historical interest, but… (1179-147). Learn More »

BEAUTIFUL PRESENTATION 1850 STAFF AND FIELD SWORD OF LT. CHARLES E. TUCKER 71st PA - BAKER’S CALIFORNIA REGIMENT- WOUNDED AT ANTIETAM

BEAUTIFUL PRESENTATION 1850 STAFF AND FIELD SWORD OF LT. CHARLES E. TUCKER 71st PA - BAKER’S CALIFORNIA REGIMENT- WOUNDED AT ANTIETAM

This regulation US Model 1850 Staff and Field Officer’s Sword is in superb condition and bears a great inscription on the upper ring mount reading: Presented to / Lt. Chas. Tucker / 1st Cal. Regt. /… (1186-04). Learn More »

US MODEL 1860 MICHIGAN SABER BY AMES ID’D TO 10TH WISCONSIN CAVALRY PRIVATE

US MODEL 1860 CAVALRY SABER BY AMES ID’D TO 10TH MICHIGAN CAVALRY PRIVATE

The bright, slightly curved blade has a surface that shows only very minor amounts of mottling and no pitting. Blade measures approx. 35.00 inches long with a stopped wide fuller that meas. approx.… (2022-765). Learn More »

$1,250.00
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SWORD OF CAPTAIN MAYO-DYER, HERO OF MOBILE BAY

SWORD OF CAPTAIN MAYO-DYER, HERO OF MOBILE BAY

The following historic sword was lent to the Melrose Museum in Melrose Mass. which was formerly Grant Post #4 by Mayo Dyer Hersey (August 30, 1886 – September 5, 1978) an American engineer,… (88-167). Learn More »

$3,600.00
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FLAG STAFF CAPTURED & USED BY THE 5TH CONNECTICUT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, FROM THE ESTATE OF CONFEDERATE REPRESENTATIVE JAMES M. MASON OF “THE TRENT AFFAIR” FAME

FLAG STAFF CAPTURED & USED BY THE 5TH CONNECTICUT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, FROM THE ESTATE OF CONFEDERATE REPRESENTATIVE JAMES M. MASON OF “THE TRENT AFFAIR” FAME

This homemade staff once held a Confederate flag that proudly waved over a Winchester, Virginia estate called “Selma” which was the property of Confederate politician James M. Mason. Mr. Mason is… (846-421). Learn More »

GOSLINE ZOUAVES, 95th PENNSYLVANIA, 6th CORPS BADGE – SGT. GEO. W. TITTLE

GOSLINE ZOUAVES, 95th PENNSYLVANIA, 6th CORPS BADGE – SGT. GEO. W. TITTLE

This Sixth Corps badge is nicely engraved in script with the soldier’s name and unit and is made with an integral loop at top for suspension from a narrow T-bar back upper bar. Wartime parallels… (665-89). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED FORAGE CAP OF CHARLES H. GIBBS, 2nd MAINE CAVALRY, WITH REGIMENTAL NUMERAL, ALONG WITH LETTER OF PROVENANCE FROM HIS GREAT GRANDDAUGHTER

IDENTIFIED FORAGE CAP OF CHARLES H. GIBBS, 2nd MAINE CAVALRY, WITH REGIMENTAL NUMERAL, ALONG WITH LETTER OF PROVENANCE FROM HIS GREAT GRANDDAUGHTER

This is a great looking forage cap with an air-tight soldier identification, a regimental numeral on it, and showing some classic signs of field use. This has a stylish tall crown, rising 5 inches… (1179-364). Learn More »

7th INFANTRY CAPTAIN’S CHASSEUR CAP WITH VERBAL ID TO PENNSYLVANIA

7th INFANTRY CAPTAIN’S CHASSEUR CAP WITH VERBAL ID TO PENNSYLVANIA

This is a great example of a Civil War officer’s chasseur cap with Eagle-I infantry officer’s buttons on the chinstrap, an officer’s gold bullion embroidered hunting horn infantry insignia on… (1179-331). Learn More »

SPENCER RIFLE #2139, GETTYSBURG “THIRD PURCHASE ORDER” COPELAND SERIAL NUMBER RANGE

SPENCER RIFLE #2139, GETTYSBURG “THIRD PURCHASE ORDER” COPELAND SERIAL NUMBER RANGE

This early production Model 1860 Spencer Army Rifle falls within the serial number range estimated by Wiley Sword in 1997 for the 1,200 Spencer rifles delivered to the Washington Arsenal in late… (490-3080). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE GOVERNMENT IMPORTED KERR SNIPER'S RIFLE

RARE CONFEDERATE GOVERNMENT IMPORTED KERR SNIPER'S RIFLE

Offered is a Kerr military sniper's rifle number 310 that has been in a world class Confederate arms collection. It is only 28 numbers from a known and documented Confederate Kerr number 338 which is… (88-161). Learn More »

$15,750.00
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GETTYSBURG 5th MICHIGAN CAVALRY SPENCER RIFLE: FIRST DELIVERY COPELAND SPENCER, SERIAL NUMBER 1166

GETTYSBURG 5th MICHIGAN CAVALRY SPENCER RIFLE: FIRST DELIVERY COPELAND SPENCER, SERIAL NUMBER 1166

Any Spencer in the Gettysburg serial number range is rare and this one, #1166, is squarely in the first delivery of 500 M1860 Army Rifles, made by Dec. 27, 1862, and issued to the 5th Michigan… (490-3117). Learn More »

RARE MASSACHUSETTS LINDNER ALTERATION MODEL 1841 RIFLE

RARE MASSACHUSETTS LINDNER ALTERATION MODEL 1841 RIFLE

This is one of one hundred M1841 Rifles altered to the Lindner breechloading system for the state of Massachusetts in Fall 1861. Massachusetts had acquired 4,000 M1841s made by Robbins and Lawrence… (172-5903). Learn More »

28th NEW JERSEY PAINTED REGIMENTAL EAGLE DRUM IDENTIFIED TO DRUMMER AARON BUZZEE, COMPANY K: FREDERICKSBURG AND CHANCELLORSVILLE!

28th NEW JERSEY PAINTED REGIMENTAL EAGLE DRUM IDENTIFIED TO DRUMMER AARON BUZZEE, COMPANY K: FREDERICKSBURG AND CHANCELLORSVILLE!

This Civil War regimental eagle drum has a totally original painted designation to the 28th New Jersey and drummer Aaron Buzzee of Company K. The regiment enlisted for just nine months service in Fall… (766-1858). Learn More »

TIFFANY SILVER MOUNTED HOOF FROM A 5TH MASSACHUSETTS BATTERY HORSE NAMED “FOLKO” RIDDEN DURING THE WAR BY PROMINENT BOSTONIAN LIEUTENANT NATHAN APPLETON – WOUNDED AT NORTH ANNA RIVER

TIFFANY SILVER MOUNTED HOOF FROM A 5TH MASSACHUSETTS BATTERY HORSE NAMED “FOLKO” RIDDEN DURING THE WAR BY PROMINENT BOSTONIAN LIEUTENANT NATHAN APPLETON – WOUNDED AT NORTH ANNA RIVER

This interesting relic is the hoof of a horse, complete with maker marked horseshoe, with a sliver plate mounted on top that is engraved as follows: RAPPAHANNOCK STATION MINE RUN  THE… (159-158). Learn More »

$9,500.00
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WORLD WAR TWO / KOREA UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS OFFICER’S MAMALUKE SWORD

The drawn sword meas. approx. 36.00 inches long. The blade itself meas. approx. 31.00 inches long x 0.75 of an inch wide at the ricasso. It has a central fuller that starts just above the ricasso and runs for approx. 27.00 inches. The blade surface… (2021-944). Learn More »

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