Confederate Items

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EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE STATES CIVIL WAR “GUTTER-BACK” FRAME BUCKLE” RECOVERED BY BILL GAVIN

EXCAVATED CONFEDERATE STATES CIVIL WAR “GUTTER-BACK” FRAME BUCKLE” RECOVERED BY BILL GAVIN

This original, Confederate waist buckle is a good dug specimen of a brass, rectangular ‘gutter-back frame’ buckle recovered from a CS camp site near Hamilton’s Crossing in Fredericksburg, VA.… (575-13). Learn More »

$595.00
ON HOLD

TINTYPE OF “LIEUTENANT CARPENTER,” EX-BILL TURNER

TINTYPE OF “LIEUTENANT CARPENTER,” EX-BILL TURNER

This oval tintype comes from the collection of the late Bill Turner, noted Civil War collector and dealer. Measuring 2.25 by 2.75 inches, the image shows a man in a double-breasted uniform coat with… (1138-2027). Learn More »

$520.00
Originally $650.00

SIXTH PLATE AMBROTYPE OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIER IN MONITOR CASE

SIXTH PLATE AMBROTYPE OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIER IN MONITOR CASE

This southern soldier is shown seated, resting one elbow on a table beside him. He wears a double-breasted frock coat and is likely an officer, though we don’t see any rank insignia. The image has… (1138-1893). Learn More »

$680.00
Originally $850.00

NINTH-PLATE AMBROTYPE OF VERY YOUNG 2ND VIRGINIA CAVALRY COLOR-BEARER

NINTH-PLATE AMBROTYPE OF VERY YOUNG 2ND VIRGINIA CAVALRY COLOR-BEARER

Image is of a very young John T. Morgan Jr. wearing a very light-colored shell jacket with high collar and no epaulettes on the shoulders. The two uppermost buttons on the shell jacket have been… (1138-1829). Learn More »

$2,360.00
Originally $2,950.00

SIXTH-PLATE AMBROTYPE OF A CONFEDERATE CORPORAL

SIXTH-PLATE AMBROTYPE OF A CONFEDERATE CORPORAL

Straight on waist up view of a seated Confederate soldier sporting long sideburns and a mustache. He wears a very light-colored shell jacket that almost looks to be white. It has a high collar with… (1139-76). Learn More »

$1,800.00
Originally $2,250.00

VERY UNUSUAL AMBROTYPE OF A CS CAVALRY TROOPER

VERY UNUSUAL AMBROTYPE OF A CS CAVALRY TROOPER

This is nice ambrotype of sixth plate size shows a Confederate first lieutenant in gray frock coat, seated next to a table with a floral cover on it and large book on which he rests one elbow, with… (1138-1885). Learn More »

$2,360.00
Originally $2,950.00

CAPTAIN W.W. RANDOLPH: LIKELY WILLIAM WELFORD RANDOLPH, 2nd VIRGINIA, LATER LT. COLONEL, KIA THE WILDERNESS 1864

CAPTAIN W.W. RANDOLPH: LIKELY WILLIAM WELFORD RANDOLPH, 2nd VIRGINIA, LATER LT. COLONEL, KIA THE WILDERNESS 1864

Identified as Capt. W.W. Randolf (sic) in the files of the late Bill Turner, noted Virginia collector and dealer, this six plate ambrotype shows Randolph seated with one hand on his thigh and the… (1138-1803). Learn More »

$2,000.00
Originally $2,500.00

NEWLY ENLISTED CONFEDERATE CAVALRYMAN

NEWLY ENLISTED CONFEDERATE CAVALRYMAN

This fellow has likely just signed up in a local cavalry unit and has not yet gotten a uniform, but has taken his saber to the photographer for a portrait before going off to war. He is bareheaded,… (1138-2014). Learn More »

$1,000.00
Originally $1,250.00

NINTH PLATE RUBY AMBROTYPE OF YOUNG SOLDIER, LIKELY CONFEDERATE

NINTH PLATE RUBY AMBROTYPE OF YOUNG SOLDIER, LIKELY CONFEDERATE

This comes from the collection of the late Bill Turner, well known Virginia collector and dealer. The subject is a young man, shown from the lower chest up, wearing a dark kepi pushed slightly back on… (1138-1983). Learn More »

$720.00
Originally $900.00

ARMED CONFEDERATE LIEUTENANT COLONEL

ARMED CONFEDERATE LIEUTENANT COLONEL

This uncased eighth-plate tintype is a very clear studio view of a Confederate lieutenant colonel wear frock coat, narrow brim hat, gauntlets and tall boots. He has tilted his hat slightly to one side… (1138-2029). Learn More »

$2,360.00
Originally $2,950.00

NON-DUG VIRGINIA STAFF CUFF BUTTON

NON-DUG VIRGINIA STAFF CUFF BUTTON

Beautiful Virginia cuff sized staff officer’s button. Three-piece construction. Virginia state seal with stars above and ribbon below. Complete rim. Straight shank. “EXTRA * QUALITY *” backmark.… (622-415). Learn More »

CRUDE “CONFEDERATE” CLAY INKWELL

CRUDE “CONFEDERATE” CLAY INKWELL

Here is a nice, excavated Civil War-era inkwell known as the "cone" style. This piece remains in fine condition with a raised spout. Measures approximately 2.5” tall x 2.5” in diameter. Bottom… (1184-292). Learn More »

SIXTH PLATE TINTYPE OF A SEATED CONFEDERATE SOLDIER WITH FORAGE CAP

SIXTH PLATE TINTYPE OF A SEATED CONFEDERATE SOLDIER WITH FORAGE CAP

This sixth plate tintype is a half-length seated view of a young southern soldier wearing a gray uniform with solid, pointed cuffs of a dark material, lines of dark piping along the top and bottom… (141-117). Learn More »

$795.00
Originally $850.00

VERY NICE CDV OF AN UNKNOWN CONFEDERATE BY BALTIMORE PHOTOGRAPHER BENDANN BROTHERS

VERY NICE CDV OF AN UNKNOWN CONFEDERATE BY BALTIMORE PHOTOGRAPHER BENDANN BROTHERS

Vignette bust view of a young Confederate wearing a forage cap covered by a black oilcloth cover, white shirt, dark bowtie and a dark jacket with high collar. Contrast and clarity are very good as are… (1138-759). Learn More »

CDV OF CONFEDERATE POLITICIAN JOHN SLIDELL OF THE FAMOUS “TRENT AFFAIR.”

CDV OF CONFEDERATE POLITICIAN JOHN SLIDELL OF THE FAMOUS “TRENT AFFAIR.”

Image has Slidell posed with one hand on his hip and the other resting on top of a book on a table. He wears a black suit, white shirt and dark bowtie. Contrast and clarity are good. Mount is good.… (1139-421). Learn More »

THE DAILY DELTA—NEW ORLEANS—APRIL 5, 1861

THE DAILY DELTA—NEW ORLEANS—APRIL 5, 1861

Vol. XVI—No. 24. 8pp., 20 x 16.5”, six columns. Exhibits light chipping along left margin. Else VG plus & entirely legible. The Daily Delta was one of a handful of papers being published in… (145-115). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $125.00

NEW ORLEANS DAILY CRESCENT—SEPTEMBER 9, 1961

NEW ORLEANS DAILY CRESCENT—SEPTEMBER 9, 1961

Volume XIV No. 160. 4 pp., 17” x 23, seven columns. Exhibits light chipping at the extremities, front page half detached. Slightly yellowed while remaining entirely legible. Front page features… (145-96). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $125.00

NEW ORLEANS DAILY CRESCENT—SEPTEMBER 27, 1861

NEW ORLEANS DAILY CRESCENT—SEPTEMBER 27, 1861

Vol. XIV. No. 126. 4 pp., 23.5” x 17, seven columns. Exhibits slight and slight yellowing. Else VG. In protective sleeve. By September 1861, due to the Union blockage and the exigences of war, the… (145-92). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $125.00

NEW ORLEANS “DAILY DELTA NEWSPAPER”—FEBRUARY 6, 1861

NEW ORLEANS “DAILY DELTA NEWSPAPER”—FEBRUARY 6, 1861

Vol. XVI, No. 82. 8 pp., 22” x 16, six columns.  Front page detached. Exhibits slight chipping along left margin, w/patches of very slight foxing. Else VG. Front page features new from the… (145-70). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $125.00

VERY RARE CONFEDERATE “KENANSVILLE” SABER BAYONET

VERY RARE CONFEDERATE “KENANSVILLE” SABER BAYONET

This rare edged weapon measures approximately 26.25” long overall with a 21.75” long unmarked yataghan blade with fuller.  The cast brass hilt has a cross guard featuring a muzzle ring on top… (490-3212). Learn More »

$2,200.00
ON HOLD


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