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VERY SCARCE CIVIL WAR BROGANS

VERY SCARCE CIVIL WAR BROGANS

Officially referred to as army bootees, collectors most often know them as brogans, a term used at the time, though soldiers mostly called them just shoes. They were produced in a number of… (149-42). Learn More »

$2,500.00
Originally $2,950.00

AMES CIVIL WAR PRESENTATION SWORD AND POSTWAR PRESENTATION SWORD TO THE SAME NEW HAMPSHIRE OFFICER, WITH HIS COPY OF REGIMENTAL HISTORY – DANIEL J. FLANDERS

AMES CIVIL WAR PRESENTATION SWORD AND POSTWAR PRESENTATION SWORD TO THE SAME NEW HAMPSHIRE OFFICER, WITH HIS COPY OF REGIMENTAL HISTORY – DANIEL J. FLANDERS

This group consists of two presentation Ames U.S. Model 1850 officer’s swords, one a Foot Officer pattern, with its original metal scabbard rather than leather, and the other a Staff and Field… (2022-1207). Learn More »

RARE INSCRIBED, IDENTIFIED BARTHOLOMAE PATENT FILTER CANTEEN AND MESSKIT OF ABNER O. SHAW: PRIVATE 7th NYSM; ASST. SURGEON 20th MAINE: HE SAVED JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN’S LIFE AT PETERSBURG!

RARE INSCRIBED, IDENTIFIED BARTHOLOMAE PATENT FILTER CANTEEN AND MESSKIT OF ABNER O. SHAW: PRIVATE 7th NYSM; ASST. SURGEON 20th MAINE: HE SAVED JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN’S LIFE AT PETERSBURG!

This rare, identified, Civil War patent filter canteen and even rarer accompanying mess kit is in excellent condition, has impeccable provenance going back to the famous Stamatelos collection, is… (1179-442). Learn More »

$5,500.00
ON HOLD

WORLD CLASS IDENTIFIED, CARVED, CONFEDERATE IMPORT BRITISH P-1856 ENFIELD CARBINE BY BARNETT: CARRIED BY IRA SOUTH, 7th MISSISSIPPI CAVALRY; 1st MISSISSIPPI PARTISAN RANGERS

WORLD CLASS IDENTIFIED, CARVED, CONFEDERATE IMPORT BRITISH P-1856 ENFIELD CARBINE BY BARNETT: CARRIED BY IRA SOUTH, 7th MISSISSIPPI CAVALRY; 1st MISSISSIPPI PARTISAN RANGERS

This would make an outstanding addition to any Confederate cavalry collection or display: it is both a scarce carbine and a world-class example of a very folky, carved identification by a Confederate… (766-1985). Learn More »

NEW YORK STATE COLORS OF THE 45th NEW YORK

NEW YORK STATE COLORS OF THE 45th NEW YORK

This flag has a provenance and attribution to the 45th New York going back to its initial purchase in 1983 from Stars and Bars Antiques in Spotsylvania, VA. It is accompanied by two conservation… (1179-030). Learn More »

$25,000.00
ON HOLD

INCREDIBLY RARE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS CORDUROY UNIFORM PANTS WITH 2 ULTRA-RARE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS BUTTONS

INCREDIBLY RARE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS CORDUROY UNIFORM PANTS WITH 2 ULTRA-RARE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS BUTTONS

This pair of Republic of Texas pants could arguably be the finest and rarest uniform pants, with an American history, known to exist today. According to a textile museum in Washington, DC, the cloth… (88-174). Learn More »

$4,995.00
Originally $5,950.00

SCARCE VIEW OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL THOMAS ROSSER FROM THE ALBUM OF R. CHANNING PRICE PRESENTED TO HIM BY JEB STUART

SCARCE VIEW OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL THOMAS ROSSER FROM THE ALBUM OF R. CHANNING PRICE PRESENTED TO HIM BY JEB STUART

CDV is a full standing view of Thomas L. Rosser wearing a dark civilian frock coat with a white vest and dark cravat with matching white trousers. He holds his dark hat in his hand, just behind his… (846-497). Learn More »

$6,120.00
Originally $7,650.00

BEAUTIFUL TIFFANY-MADE GENERAL OFFICER’S CAP OF GEN. JOHN HENRY HOBART WARD: DEFENDED THE LEFT OF THE UNION LINE IN HARD FIGHTING AT GETTYSBURG ON JULY 2; “THAT GALLANT OFFICER” – JOE HOOKER; “ONE OF THE BRAVEST OF THE BRAVE” – PHIL KEARNEY

BEAUTIFUL TIFFANY-MADE GENERAL OFFICER’S CAP OF GEN. JOHN HENRY HOBART WARD: DEFENDED THE LEFT OF THE UNION LINE IN HARD FIGHTING AT GETTYSBURG ON JULY 2; “THAT GALLANT OFFICER” – JOE HOOKER; “ONE OF THE BRAVEST OF THE BRAVE” – PHIL KEARNEY

This historic Tiffany-made general officer’s cap belonged to Brigadier General John Henry Hobart Ward, an impressive and remarkable figure whose brigade held the left flank of Sickles’s advanced… (1179-339). Learn More »

$30,000.00
ON HOLD

RECTANGULAR CSA BELT PLATE FROM THE BATTLEFIELD OF KERNSTOWN, VA

RECTANGULAR CSA BELT PLATE FROM THE BATTLEFIELD OF KERNSTOWN, VA

This is a very good example of the classic rectangular CSA belt plate with all three hooks in place on the reverse. This comes with an old collector’s string tag reading: “’Virginia’ type… (1216-174). Learn More »

$3,950.00
ON HOLD

CIVIL WAR MUSICIAN’S GROUPING INCLUDING WARTIME IDENTIFICATION DISK, IDENTIFICATION SHIELD, AND FREEMANTLE ROTARY VALVE CORNET/VALVED BUGLE: JOHN J. WEAVER- 10th and 56th PA- AND CUTLER’S BRIGADE BAND 1861-1865

CIVIL WAR MUSICIAN’S GROUPING INCLUDING WARTIME IDENTIFICATION DISK, IDENTIFICATION SHIELD, AND FREEMANTLE ROTARY VALVE CORNET/VALVED BUGLE: JOHN J. WEAVER- 10th and 56th PA- AND CUTLER’S BRIGADE BAND 1861-1865

This wonderful grouping includes two wartime identification badges, a rotary valve cornet dating about 1864, along with his GAR membership badge and veteran’s id badge. To top it off, in addition to… (1179-420). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR COMMODORE’S UNDRESS FROCK COAT OF SILAS H. STRINGHAM, USN: LEADER OF THE FIRST COMBINED OPERATION OF THE UNION NAVY AND ARMY IN THE CIVIL WAR; VICTOR OF THE BATTLE OF HATTERAS INLET BATTERIES

CIVIL WAR COMMODORE’S UNDRESS FROCK COAT OF SILAS H. STRINGHAM, USN: LEADER OF THE FIRST COMBINED OPERATION OF THE UNION NAVY AND ARMY IN THE CIVIL WAR; VICTOR OF THE BATTLE OF HATTERAS INLET BATTERIES

Fought on Aug. 28-29, 1861, little more than a month after the Union defeat at Bull Run, the capture of Forts Hatteras and Clark on the outer banks helped restrict Confederate blockade running,… (1179-504). Learn More »

INSCRIBED COLT BREVET NAVY REVOLVER OF 1ST LT. H. J. GILTINAN, 73RD PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY – KILLED IN ACTION AT CHANCELLORSVILLE

INSCRIBED COLT BREVET NAVY REVOLVER OF 1ST LT. H. J. GILTINAN, 73RD PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY – KILLED IN ACTION AT CHANCELLORSVILLE

.36 caliber. 7.5" octagonal barrel. SN: 14198. Blued finish, brass backstrap and triggerguard, one-piece walnut grip. Single action percussion Belgian-made copy of a Colt Navy revolver with… (1052-682). Learn More »

$4,950.00
ON HOLD

CONFEDERATE 25th VIRGINIA IDENTIFIED CARTRIDGE BOX AND SLING

CONFEDERATE 25th VIRGINIA IDENTIFIED CARTRIDGE BOX AND SLING

Formerly in the collections of the Texas Civil War Museum, this cartridge box with its original sling is in very good condition and is boldly inscribed on the outer flap “D.W. Kline.” The name is… (1179-435). Learn More »

$2,950.00
ON HOLD

IDENTIFIED CARBINE FROM THE 11th VIRGINIA CAVALRY - GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN USED

IDENTIFIED CARBINE FROM THE 11th VIRGINIA CAVALRY - GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN USED

This is an arsenal cut down Model 1854 Lorenz .54 caliber rifle-musket. Known as "Razee" carbines in official Confederate correspondence. The carbine measures 41 inches in total length. The barrel is… (88-186). Learn More »

$1,895.00
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CAVALRY OFFICER’S FROCK COAT IDENTIFIED TO CAPT. SAMUEL N. TITUS, 11TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

CAVALRY OFFICER’S FROCK COAT IDENTIFIED TO CAPT. SAMUEL N. TITUS, 11TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

This cavalry officer’s frock coat shows some signs of wear, but still rates very good for condition and has a great identification established by a wonderful Baltimore tailor’s tag sewn in one… (1179-639). Learn More »

OFFICER’S FROCK COAT OF BREVET MAJOR GENERAL JOSEPH K. BARNES, SURGEON GENERAL OF THE U.S. ARMY 1864-1882

OFFICER’S FROCK COAT OF BREVET MAJOR GENERAL JOSEPH K. BARNES, SURGEON GENERAL OF THE U.S. ARMY 1864-1882

This would be the centerpiece of any medical collection: the Major General’s frock coat of Surgeon General Joseph K. Barnes. Barnes was born in Philadelphia in 1817, studied medicine at Harvard,… (1179-579). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR US NAVY SEAMAN’S “ROUND JACKET”

CIVIL WAR US NAVY SEAMAN’S “ROUND JACKET”

This Civil War sailor’s jacket is identical to the Lovejoy 1857-58 contact USN seaman’s “round jacket” illustrated in Ron Field’s “Blue Jacket,” and pictured also in Troiani’s online… (1179-578). Learn More »

RELIC SABER BAYONET RECOVERED NEAR “LOST AVENUE” (NEILL AVENUE) AT GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

RELIC SABER BAYONET RECOVERED NEAR “LOST AVENUE” (NEILL AVENUE) AT GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

This Gettysburg relic is an example of the brass handled saber bayonet for use on a P.S. Justice rifle, as produced by that company circa 1861-1862. The firm of P.S. Justice of Philadelphia had its… (224-777). Learn More »

$1,500.00
ON HOLD

GERMAN ARMY MODEL 1936 TUNIC FROM ROMMEL’S “GHOST DIVISION”

GERMAN ARMY MODEL 1936 TUNIC FROM ROMMEL’S “GHOST DIVISION”

Exceptional Model 1936 (“Four Pocket”) NCO dress tunic belonging to the Sergeant Major of First Battalion, Motorized Rifle Regiment 7 assigned to Rommel’s 7th Panzer Division during the French… (2023-3061). Learn More »

$2,000.00
ON HOLD

UNIQUE WOODWARD GETTYSBURG DESK SET

UNIQUE WOODWARD GETTYSBURG DESK SET

"Gettysburg resident Edward Woodward. Mr. Woodward was a local gunsmith who, with the growth of tourism after the fighting at Gettysburg, opened a shop selling bullets, shells and other battlefield… (88-169). Learn More »


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WONDERFUL HALF-PLATE AMBROTYPE OF A CONFEDERATE CAPTAIN

This perfectly crystal-clear photograph of a seated Confederate officer is only slightly marred by a three-branched crack in the lower right portion of the plate. The cracks are hair thin with only a small bit of emulsion loss away from the subject,… (846-514). Learn More »

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