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RARE WASHINGTON ARSENAL 1857 DATED ARTILLERY TUBE POUCH

RARE WASHINGTON ARSENAL 1857 DATED ARTILLERY TUBE POUCH

This artillery tube pouch bears a wonderful arsenal stamp at top center of the outer flap consisting of “U.S. / WASHINGTON / ARSENAL” with the first two lines in an arc over a dynamic U.S. eagle… (490-3648). Learn More »

“THE UNION IS DISSOLVED!” – AN ICONIC IMAGE OF THE CIVIL WAR - CHARLESTON MERCURY BROADSIDE OF DECEMBER 20, 1860

“THE UNION IS DISSOLVED!” – AN ICONIC IMAGE OF THE CIVIL WAR - CHARLESTON MERCURY BROADSIDE OF DECEMBER 20, 1860

Handsomely framed and mounted in a 35” x 25 ¾” frame, painted dark brown with applied gilt detailing around the outside edge, and on the edge around the inside of the UV filtered glass.  The… (846-419). Learn More »

ATLANTA ARSENAL ARTILLERY SHELL CRATE

ATLANTA ARSENAL ARTILLERY SHELL CRATE

In 1961 workmen recovered this crate during construction of I-75 around Atlanta. This crate for 32 pounder shells measures approximately 15” long (without the two handles) by 8.5” wide. It is 9”… (846-382). Learn More »

OUTSTANDING UNION SURGEON'S FORAGE CAP AND PHOTO – JOHN C. WILSON, 68TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

OUTSTANDING UNION SURGEON'S FORAGE CAP AND PHOTO – JOHN C. WILSON, 68TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

This impressive officer's forage cap was worn during the Civil War by Assistant Surgeon John C. Wilson 68th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry aka "Scott's Legion". Wilson was at Gettysburg! Dating 1862… (88-154). Learn More »

$4,950.00
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IMPRESSIVE NY STATE IDENTIFIED FROCK COAT, EX-TEXAS CIVIL WAR MUSEUM

IMPRESSIVE NY STATE IDENTIFIED FROCK COAT, EX-TEXAS CIVIL WAR MUSEUM

This gray NY Militia frock coat has great visual appeal and comes from the collections of the Texas Civil War Museum. This is a high-grade garment with the button holes on the lapel edged with twisted… (1179-149). Learn More »

INSCRIBED PRE-WAR MILITIA SWORD AND LATER CASED MAJOR GENERAL DRESS EPAULETS BELONGING TO MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT COLONEL ALEXANDER SHALER, 65TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

INSCRIBED PRE-WAR MILITIA SWORD AND LATER CASED MAJOR GENERAL DRESS EPAULETS BELONGING TO MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT COLONEL ALEXANDER SHALER, 65TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

Col. Shaler’s pre-war militia sword is presented here, made by “Horstmann & Sons/Makers Philada.” and so marked on the scabbard. The sword is a militia foot officer’s sword with a… (159-155). Learn More »

FORAGE CAP, FROCK COAT, AND HANDKERCHIEF OF SETH F. PLUMB 8th CT, KIA CHAFFIN’S BLUFF (FORT HARRISON)

FORAGE CAP, FROCK COAT, AND HANDKERCHIEF OF SETH F. PLUMB 8th CT, KIA CHAFFIN’S BLUFF (FORT HARRISON)

This uniform grouping was worn by a soldier who enlisted in the 8th Connecticut at its organization, was present in almost all its engagements, and was killed in its last combat action of the war, at… (1179-159). Learn More »

VIVID EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT OF THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG – LT. HENRY J. WALTZ, 93RD PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

VIVID EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT OF THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG – LT. HENRY J. WALTZ, 93RD PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

An eyewitness account of the Battle of Gettysburg written by Lt. Henry J. Waltz, Quartermaster, Co. I, 93rd Pennsylvania Volunteers. The ledger measures 12” x 7 ½”; covers are rough, some… (1194-04). Learn More »

MASS. ARMS CO. WESSON & LEVETT BELT REVOLVER, IDENTIFIED TO 12TH MASS. SOLDIER WOUNDED AT ANTIETAM & FREDERICKSBURG, CAPTURED AT GETTYSBURG, DIED IN PRISON

MASS. ARMS CO. WESSON & LEVETT BELT REVOLVER, IDENTIFIED TO 12TH MASS. SOLDIER WOUNDED AT ANTIETAM & FREDERICKSBURG, CAPTURED AT GETTYSBURG, DIED IN PRISON

Offered here is a novel hand gun produced by the Massachusetts Arms Company in Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. This company was forced to redesign their revolvers after losing a patent infringement… (1179-107). Learn More »

$6,000.00
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IMPORT MODEL 1840 CAVALRY SABER WITH SCABBARD NAMED TO 12TH ILLINOIS CAVALRY OFFICER

IMPORT MODEL 1840 CAVALRY SABER WITH SCABBARD NAMED TO 12TH ILLINOIS CAVALRY OFFICER

Well used but complete Model 1840 cavalry saber stamped at top of the knuckle bow with “LIEUT. C. RODEN.” Charles Ernst Von Roden was born in the Hanover region of Lower Saxony in Germany in April… (22-23). Learn More »

$2,250.00
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CONFEDERATE 23rd VA CAVALRY ID’D CAPTURED U.S. PISTOL CARTRIDGE BOX

CONFEDERATE 23rd VA CAVALRY ID’D CAPTURED U.S. PISTOL CARTRIDGE BOX

This regulation early to mid-war pattern U.S. issue cavalry pistol cartridge box bears the Union trooper’s company letter and rack number, and the initials, company letter and regimental designation… (2022-1064). Learn More »

$2,250.00
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IDENTIFIED 12th NEW YORK STATE MILITIA UNIFORM: THREE MONTHS SERVICE APRIL TO AUGUST 1861: SKIRMISHES AT MARTINSBURG AND BUNKER’S HILL

IDENTIFIED 12th NEW YORK STATE MILITIA UNIFORM: THREE MONTHS SERVICE APRIL TO AUGUST 1861: SKIRMISHES AT MARTINSBURG AND BUNKER’S HILL

This is a scarce chasseur uniform consisting of cap, jacket, and trousers worn by Mark A. Campbell, Co. G, 12th NY State Militia during his three-month service from April to August 1861. The cap bears… (1179-244). Learn More »

HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT SILVER MOUNTED SOUTH CAROLINA PRESENTATION CANE

HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT SILVER MOUNTED SOUTH CAROLINA PRESENTATION CANE

Offered here is perhaps one of the most significant and historic relics we have had the pleasure to handle. It is not only of great importance to South Carolina history but to US history in general… (715-35). Learn More »

FANTASTIC ID’D SLOUCH HAT AND OFFICER’S TROUSERS OF CAPT. AUGUSTUS PEARL MARTIN, 3rd MASS LT BATTERY, CHIEF OF 5th CORPS ARTILLERY: HE POSTED THE GUNS ON LITTLE ROUND TOP! WOUNDED IN ACTION; THREE BREVETS

FANTASTIC ID’D SLOUCH HAT AND OFFICER’S TROUSERS OF CAPT. AUGUSTUS PEARL MARTIN, 3rd MASS LT BATTERY, CHIEF OF 5th CORPS ARTILLERY: HE POSTED THE GUNS ON LITTLE ROUND TOP! WOUNDED IN ACTION; THREE BREVETS

Capt. Augustus Pearl Martin of the 3rd Mass. Light Battery was put in command of the Fifth Corps artillery brigade on June 16, 1863. Little over two weeks later he was leading three of his batteries… (1179-360). Learn More »

REGULATION 12th CORPS HEADQUARTERS FLAG/GUIDON

REGULATION 12th CORPS HEADQUARTERS FLAG/GUIDON

Army of the Potomac's 12th Corps Headquarters flag ex. Mollus Collection. Adopted on February 7, 1863, under "General Order's, Headquarters Army of the Potomac, No. 10, Camp near Falmouth Va. XII. The… (88-132). Learn More »

EXTENSIVE UNIFORM GROUPING AND ARCHIVE OF LIEUTENANT E.E. HEWITT, ENGINEERS, INCLUDING HIS McCLELLAN STYLE CAP WITH ENGINEER INSIGNIA

EXTENSIVE UNIFORM GROUPING AND ARCHIVE OF LIEUTENANT E.E. HEWITT, ENGINEERS, INCLUDING HIS McCLELLAN STYLE CAP WITH ENGINEER INSIGNIA

This is a fantastic grouping like you don’t see any more and is Engineers to boot. It includes the officer’s cap, made or retailed by a New Orleans clothier, with its engineer officer’s insignia… (1179-283). Learn More »

FANTASTIC MINIATURE ON IVORY OF 6TH VIRGINIA PRIVATE KILLED AT BRISTOE STATION

FANTASTIC MINIATURE ON IVORY OF 6TH VIRGINIA PRIVATE KILLED AT BRISTOE STATION

Item is a delicate ivory oval with a painted portrait identified as William C. Robinson of Company G, 6th Virginia Infantry. Oval meas. approx. 2.25 x 3.00 inches with a full color bust portrait of… (1138-1099). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA BRASS TRUMPET FOR MOUNTED TROOPS

CIVIL WAR ERA BRASS TRUMPET FOR MOUNTED TROOPS

This is regulation style brass trumpet for mounted troops with a double loop to the tube, which is cylindrical and of relatively uniform diameter for most of its length. Both instruments had a… (490-3653). Learn More »

LARGE SECTION OF LOG WITH TWO EMBEDDED BULLETS, FROM LEE’S HEADQUARTERS AUCTION

LARGE SECTION OF LOG WITH TWO EMBEDDED BULLETS, FROM LEE’S HEADQUARTERS AUCTION

Large and heavy section of old oak tree. Measures approximately 9” x 7” x 21” with two bullets embedded deep into the wood. One of the lead missiles is three-groove minie ball. The other appears… (37-430). Learn More »

$2,750.00
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SALEM ZOUAVES OFFICER’S JACKET AND VEST

SALEM ZOUAVES OFFICER’S JACKET AND VEST

This very jacket and vest are pictured on page 70 of Don Troiani’s “Regiments and Uniforms of the Civil War.” They were originally purchased from the Ropes family of Salem, Mass., by Jim… (1179-273). Learn More »


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THE NORFOLK LIGHT ARTILLERY BLUES! IMPRESSIVE HALF PLATE DAGUERREOTYPE BY WHITEHURST IN A WONDERFUL WHITEHURST CASE

This image is not only mounted with a Whitehurst marked mat, but has a full thermoplastic figural case with a purple velvet facing pad embossed with a large eagle flourishing a ribbon reading “J.H. Whitehurst” and holding a shield or plaque with… (1138-1799). Learn More »

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