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CONFEDERATE FIRST NATIONAL FLAG FROM ISLAND NUMBER TEN

CONFEDERATE FIRST NATIONAL FLAG FROM ISLAND NUMBER TEN

This Confederate First National flag has a tight provenance going back to 1935, and before that an oral history as a war souvenir brought back from Island Number Ten by James William McLaughlin, a… (1179-004). Learn More »

$35,000.00
Originally $40,000.00

HARD TO GET COPY OF “JOHN BACHELDER’S HISTORY OF THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG”

HARD TO GET COPY OF “JOHN BACHELDER’S HISTORY OF THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG”

Volume has dark blue hardcovers with the title in gold on the spine and front cover. Exterior is very clean and bright. White dustjacket with red lettering is also present and in good condition with… (1233-01). Learn More »

$300.00
ON HOLD

VERY RARE RICHMOND CLOTHING BUREAU / RICHMOND DEPOT ARTILLERY ENLISTED MAN’S CAP

VERY RARE RICHMOND CLOTHING BUREAU / RICHMOND DEPOT ARTILLERY ENLISTED MAN’S CAP

Formerly in the collections of the Texas Civil War Museum, this Confederate artilleryman’s cap is discussed and illustrated as Figures 052a-c in Fred Adophus’s excellent article: “The… (1179-409). Learn More »

CAPTURED CONFEDERATE SECOND NATIONAL FLAG, UNUSUAL VARIATION WITH MADAUS LETTER, FROM A SOLDIER IN THE 59th NEW YORK

CAPTURED CONFEDERATE SECOND NATIONAL FLAG, UNUSUAL VARIATION WITH MADAUS LETTER, FROM A SOLDIER IN THE 59th NEW YORK

This 2nd National Confederate Flag was purchased in the 1980s by a well-respected Florida dealer/collector directly from descendants of the Union soldier who had kept it as a trophy. It comes with a… (1179-019). Learn More »

HISTORY OF THE JEFF DAVIS ARTILLERY

HISTORY OF THE JEFF DAVIS ARTILLERY

Title page reads “FROM SELMA TO APPOMATTOX: THE HISTORY OF THE JEFF DAVIS ARTILLERY” by Lawrence R. Laboda and published by White Maine Publishing Company of Shippensburg, Pennsylvania in… (1180-184). Learn More »

1993 REPRINT OF THE 1912 ORIGINAL - HISTORY OF THE 30TH GEORGIA INFANTRY

1993 REPRINT OF THE 1912 ORIGINAL - HISTORY OF THE 30TH GEORGIA INFANTRY

Title page reads “BRIEF HISTORY OF THE THIRTIETH GEORGIA REGIMENT” by A. P. Adamson and published by American Historical Books of Fayetteville, Georgia in 1993. Hardcover is bound in half light… (1180-182). Learn More »

1856 SURGICAL BOOK IDENTIFIED TO NORTH CAROLINA SURGEON

1856 SURGICAL BOOK IDENTIFIED TO NORTH CAROLINA SURGEON

The full title of this volume is “THE PRINCEPLES AND PRACTICE OF MODERN SURGERY – A NEW AMERICAN FROM THE LAST AND IMPROVED LONDON EDITION” by Robert Druitt, fellow of the Royal College of… (1179-618). Learn More »

VERY NICE TONGUE PORTION OF CONFEDERATE TWO-PIECE SWORD BELT PLATE

VERY NICE TONGUE PORTION OF CONFEDERATE TWO-PIECE SWORD BELT PLATE

This is the dug “CS” tongue half of the classic Confederate “tongue and wreath” sword belt buckle. In near perfect excavated condition; perhaps just the slightest “pull” on the belt loop.… (1235-75). Learn More »

2004 MUSTER LISTING FOR A MISSISSIPPI BRIGADE IN THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA

2004 MUSTER LISTING FOR A MISSISSIPPI BRIGADE IN THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA

Title page reads “GRIFFITH’S / BARKSDALE’S / HUMPHREY’S MISSISSIPPI BRIGADE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA: A MUSTER LISTING” by H. Grady Howell, Jr. and published by Pioneer Publishing Company… (1180-183). Learn More »

1975 REPRINT OF THE 1891 ORIGINAL - HISTORY OF THE FOURTH SOUTH CAROLINA INFANTRY

1975 REPRINT OF THE 1891 ORIGINAL - HISTORY OF THE FOURTH SOUTH CAROLINA INFANTRY

Title page reads “HISTORY OF THE FOURTH REGIMENT OF S.C. VOLUNTEERS FROM THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE WAR UNTIL LEE’S SURRENDER…” by J. W. Reid who served in Company C of the regiment and published… (1180-186). Learn More »

1985 REPRINT OF THE 1881 ORIGINAL – MEMOIR OF CAPTAIN C. SETON FLEMING C.S.A.

1985 REPRINT OF THE 1881 ORIGINAL – MEMOIR OF CAPTAIN C. SETON FLEMING C.S.A.

Title page reads “MEMOIR OF CAPT. C. SETON FLEMING OF THE SECOND FLORIDA INFANTRY, C.S.A. ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE HISTORY OF THE FLORIDA TROOPS IN VIRGINIA DURING THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES WITH… (1180-185). Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

VERY NICE CONFEDERATE OVAL SHOULDER BELT PLATE FROM COLD HARBOR

VERY NICE CONFEDERATE OVAL SHOULDER BELT PLATE FROM COLD HARBOR

This is a rolled brass, oval breast plate that was worn on cotton web shoulder straps. Very good, excavated condition, only missing the “hook” that locked down the long attachment pin. The plate… (490-5882). Learn More »

$375.00
ON HOLD

CONFEDERATE SMALL BRASS RECTANGULAR BELT PLATE, RECOVERED FROM SMYRNA, TN.

CONFEDERATE SMALL BRASS RECTANGULAR BELT PLATE, RECOVERED FROM SMYRNA, TN.

Rectangular sheet brass plate for waist belts. This excavated example and was typically used by Confederates during the Civil War. Measures approximately 68 x 43mm. Excavated condition with dark brown… (490-5881). Learn More »

NON-DUG CONFEDERATE SNAKE BUCKLE

NON-DUG CONFEDERATE SNAKE BUCKLE

This pattern imitated a standard British army buckle that had been in use for decades. In fact, many were brought over through the blockade to be worn by Confederate soldiers and also a few Yankees… (490-5879). Learn More »

$275.00
ON HOLD

VERY NICE CONFEDERATE OVAL SHOULDER BELT PLATE FROM SHEPHERDSTOWN, WV.

VERY NICE CONFEDERATE OVAL SHOULDER BELT PLATE FROM SHEPHERDSTOWN, WV.

This is a rolled brass, oval breast plate that was worn on cotton web shoulder straps. Very good, excavated condition, missing the pin and hook on the back. The plate has a fine dark brown patina. Two… (490-5880). Learn More »

1961 REPRINT OF THE 1898 ORIGINAL - HISTORY OF THE 61ST GEORGIA INFANTRY

1961 REPRINT OF THE 1898 ORIGINAL - HISTORY OF THE 61ST GEORGIA INFANTRY

Title page reads “A SOLDIER’S STORY OF HIS REGIMENT (61ST GEORGIA) AND INCIDENTALLY OF THE LAWTON-GORDON-EVANS BRIGADE, ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA” by Private G. W. Nichols and published by… (1180-181). Learn More »

HISTORY OF THE 31st GEORGIA INFANTRY

HISTORY OF THE 31st GEORGIA INFANTRY

Title page reads “THE MOST BLOODY AND CRUEL DRAMA: HISTORY OF THE 31ST GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. LAWTON – GORDON – EVANS BRIGADE, ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA 1861-1865” by George C. White and… (1180-179). Learn More »

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE WOOD DRUM CANTEEN, INSCRIBED, WITH SLING

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE WOOD DRUM CANTEEN, INSCRIBED, WITH SLING

This is a great example of the classic Civil War Confederate wood drum canteen. Often referred to the Gardner pattern, this was a simple design well within the abilities not only of coopers, but other… (1202-103). Learn More »

TRIMMED CDV OF GENERAL JOHN M. JONES - KILLED IN THE WILDERNESS

TRIMMED CDV OF GENERAL JOHN M. JONES - KILLED IN THE WILDERNESS

Image is a vignette bust view of Jones in a double-breasted frockcoat with general’s collar insignia. Contrast and clarity are excellent. Paper is good but the mount has been trimmed and there is a… (846-508). Learn More »

$1,260.00
Originally $1,575.00

FULL STANDING CDV OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL JOHN PEGRAM

FULL STANDING CDV OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL JOHN PEGRAM

Image shows the General posed leaning against a tall half column. He wears a light-colored double-breasted frock coat with dark trousers and holds a dark low crowned cap in his hand. Contrast and… (846-507). Learn More »

$3,420.00
Originally $4,275.00


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CIVIL WAR IMPORT AUSTRIAN/PIEDMONT-SARDINIA/LIEGE MUSKETOON

This nice looking imported musketoon likely arrived in the U.S. courtesy of American purchasing agents scouring Europe for arms in 1861 and 1862. This is smoothbore, .70 caliber, with an overall length of 41 inches and a barrel measuring 27 7/8… (998-27). Learn More »

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