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CONFEDERATE 8th TEXAS CAVALRY SPUR

CONFEDERATE 8th TEXAS CAVALRY SPUR

This spur was excavated in a camp of the 8th Texas Cavalry, more often referred to as Terry’s Texas Rangers, perhaps the best-known Confederate cavalry regiment. The spur is in very good condition,… (1179-1487). Learn More »

$75.00
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CONFEDERATE TEXAS CAVALRY IRON SPUR

CONFEDERATE TEXAS CAVALRY IRON SPUR

Confederate spurs show a wonderful variety. This one was excavated from a Texas cavalry camp in Arkansas. First off, it’s iron rather than brass. The heel band is flat, exceptionally wide, and… (1179-1502). Learn More »

$35.00
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CONFEDERATE / MILITIA STYLE TIN DRUM CANTEEN

CONFEDERATE / MILITIA STYLE TIN DRUM CANTEEN

For details on this and similar patterns see O’Donnell, Canteens, Chapter 2 in particular. This is a simply made canteen using tinned sheet iron and was popular in prewar militia units, imitating… (2024-693). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN WITH IMPROVISED RIFLE SLING FOR STRAP

CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN WITH IMPROVISED RIFLE SLING FOR STRAP

This is a classic Confederate tin drum canteen made from tinned iron sheeting. The two sides are flat and have crimped edges for a more secure solder joint to the band forming the rim. A simple,… (2024-692). Learn More »

EXCELLENT NON-DUG CONFEDERATE SPUR

EXCELLENT NON-DUG CONFEDERATE SPUR

This non-excavated Confederate spur with a Texas provenance was displayed at the Texas Civil War Museum next to an identical one dug at a campsite in Missouri. This is in excellent condition, with no… (2024-695). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SPUR

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SPUR

This is a great, excavated no-doubt-about-it Confederate cavalry spur with the iron rowel showing rust and frozen, but largely intact with just a few losses to edges from corrosion. The heel band and… (2024-699). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE / MILITIA STYLE TIN DRUM CANTEEN

CONFEDERATE / MILITIA STYLE TIN DRUM CANTEEN

This is a very good example of the tin (tinned iron) drum canteen made with one side flat and the other convex. In this case the convex side has an additional step up, making it just a tad more… (2024-694). Learn More »

$595.00
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A DIGEST OF THE MILITARY AND NAVAL LAWS OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES - ID’D TO 2ND  LIEUTENANT SAMUEL M. ETTING.”

A DIGEST OF THE MILITARY AND NAVAL LAWS OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES - ID’D TO 2ND LIEUTENANT SAMUEL M. ETTING.” 14TH NY INFANTRY & 14TH NY HEAVY ARTILLERY

Title page inscription in ink—“S.M. Etting / Lieut. CSA.”  Published by Evans and Cogswell, Columbia, SC, 1864. Title page inscription in ink—" 329 pp., marbled boards, buckram spine, black… (2023-2659). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE DESERTER DOCUMENT

RARE CONFEDERATE DESERTER DOCUMENT

U.S. Quartermaster document authorizing sea passage on the vessel “Arago” for a Confederate deserter from New York City to Hilton Head, South Carolina.  Document is dated March 4th 1865 and is… (1251-14). Learn More »

$65.00
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HOUSE BILL TO REPAIR CONFEDERATE CEMETERIES 1906

HOUSE BILL TO REPAIR CONFEDERATE CEMETERIES 1906

Copy of a Congressional bill pulled from a book that meas. approx. 5.50 x 8.75. Bill is titled “GRAVES OF SOLDIERS OF THE CONFEDERATE ARMY AND NAVY ETC.” Act is dated January 18, 1906. The body of… (1251-15). Learn More »

$15.00
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CONFEDERATE RETRACTABLE PIKE IN EXCELLENT UNTOUCHED CONDITION

CONFEDERATE RETRACTABLE PIKE IN EXCELLENT UNTOUCHED CONDITION

Primitive, but cheap and easily made, pikes were recognized as a stop-gap measure until better arms could be obtained and were made throughout the south by small and large manufacturers with various… (490-6818). Learn More »

2ND MARYLAND HORSE ARTILLERY (CSA)--“SPECIAL REQUISTION—No. 40”

2ND MARYLAND HORSE ARTILLERY (CSA)--“SPECIAL REQUISTION—No. 40”

Dated “14 Nov 1864.” Submitted and signed by Lieut. John McNulty  for supplies for the 2nd Maryland Horse Artillery.  Approved and Signed by Major General Lunsford Lomax  (“L.L. Lomax / Maj… (2024-1137). Learn More »

1863 CONFEDERATE OFFICER’S PAY VOUCHER - CAPTAIN G. A. HUWALD, TENNESSEE LIGHT ARTILLERY

1863 CONFEDERATE OFFICER’S PAY VOUCHER - CAPTAIN G. A. HUWALD, TENNESSEE LIGHT ARTILLERY

Form No. 57/ Officer’s Pay Account. Voucher No. “5”,  dated  “6 December 1863”. Two page pre-printed form measuring 7.75 x 8.75. Though this form is yellowed, the printed section is… (1251-12). Learn More »

$45.00
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1/9-PLATE TINTYPE OF UNIDENTIFIED CONFEDERATE SOLDIER

1/9-PLATE TINTYPE OF UNIDENTIFIED CONFEDERATE SOLDIER

This is a nice image of a seated Confederate soldier in uniform. This is a 1/9-plate tintype with mat, glass, and wrapped frame; all in a hard gutta percha case. Soldier wears a buttoned up jacket and… (2024-1096). Learn More »

SECTIONED HALF OF CONFEDERATE 12-PDR CASE SHOT

SECTIONED HALF OF CONFEDERATE 12-PDR CASE SHOT

Half of a Confederate cannon ball presenting all of the critical parts of this type of artillery projectile. Iron shell with yellow Sulphur matrix, iron case shot balls, half of lead side-loader plug,… (1249-03). Learn More »

“ADVANCE THE STANDARD” BY RON TUNISON

“ADVANCE THE STANDARD” BY RON TUNISON

Available is a cold cast bronze sculpture titled "Advance the Colors Standard" by Ron Tunison, dated 1990. Numbered 212 of 350. It is on a hardwood base with a gold title plate. It stands… (2023-2755). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE CAVALRY BIT WITH “PIECRUST” “C” BOSS AND HEADSTALL

RARE CONFEDERATE CAVALRY BIT WITH “PIECRUST” “C” BOSS AND HEADSTALL

These bits are rare and most that do exist are in excavated condition. This is not only a very strong, non-dug example, but has leather and buckles that seem original to it and not taken from a… (1179-712). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE FORKED-TONGUE, “WISH-BONE,” BELT BUCKLE

CONFEDERATE FORKED-TONGUE, “WISH-BONE,” BELT BUCKLE

This distinctive Confederate waistbelt buckle was widely produced during the war, in several sizes and with minor variations in construction. It is frequently seen in armed images of Confederate… (1179-1239). Learn More »

GEORGIA WAIST BELT PLATE FROM GETTYSBURG

GEORGIA WAIST BELT PLATE FROM GETTYSBURG

Offered here is a Confederate waist belt plate. The brass face exhibits the Georgia State Seal. These state militia plates were popular in the 1850s and saw continued use throughout the Civil… (766-1999). Learn More »

$2,250.00
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VERY RARE CONFEDERATE .69 CALIBER "ARKANSAS HOG" BULLET FROM THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI

VERY RARE CONFEDERATE .69 CALIBER "ARKANSAS HOG" BULLET FROM THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI

Many of the Confederate bullets from the Trans-Mississippi are extremely rare and this giant bullet is the biggest of the bunch. Likely made at Little Rock, AR. and Tyler, TX. This bullet was nose… (2024-913). Learn More »


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US PATTERN 1858 SMOOTHSIDE CANTEEN IDENTIFIED TO 13TH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

The body of this canteen is covered in a very nice conditioned sky-blue cloth and is strongly stenciled on one side with “13” over “PV” done in white paint. The cover is solid with no signs of moth damage or seam separations. The edges of the… (490-4680). Learn More »

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