Confederate Items

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WONDERFUL CONDITION ORIGINAL CONFEDERATE-MANUFACTURED KEPI FOR A DRUMMER BOY OR CHILD

WONDERFUL CONDITION ORIGINAL CONFEDERATE-MANUFACTURED KEPI FOR A DRUMMER BOY OR CHILD

This article of uniform clothing is an original, Civil War example of headgear manufactured in the Confederacy and presented here in wonderful, original intact condition. The period artifact is a… (526-68). Learn More »

$6,500.00
Originally $8,500.00

ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, PASSED IN 1861-62, INCLUDES THE CONFEDERATE CONSTITUTION - PRINTED IN RICHMOND – 1862, ID’D TO WILLIAM W. OLD, C.S. STAFF OFFICER

ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, PASSED IN 1861-62, INCLUDES THE CONFEDERATE CONSTITUTION - PRINTED IN RICHMOND – 1862, ID’D TO WILLIAM W. OLD, C.S. STAFF OFFICER

Marbled boards cover this war-era volume that was printed in Richmond by William F. Ritchie in 1862. Book contains four components. First section of book is titled, “PUBLIC OR GENERAL ACTS” and… (337-294). Learn More »

DUG CONFEDERATE SPUR

DUG CONFEDERATE SPUR

This is a nice, excavated Confederate spur.  It is cast brass and retains a good green patina.  Possibly a copy of a civilian style. Has curved neck with no iron rowel remaining.  Slight bend at… (1000-1520). Learn More »

DUG CONFEDERATE SPUR

DUG CONFEDERATE SPUR

This is a nice, excavated Confederate spur. Similar in style to federal spurs. It is cast brass and retains a good green patina.  Has squared-off neck with no iron rowel remaining.  Slight bend in… (1000-1515). Learn More »

CANAL & BANKING COMPANY, LOUSIANA, $20 NOTE

CANAL & BANKING COMPANY, LOUSIANA, $20 NOTE

Canal & Banking Company, Louisiana. $20 note, featuring maiden. Dated 1850’s. CU condition. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY… (173-924). Learn More »

$80.00
Originally $90.00

CONFEDERATE .69 SOCKET BAYONET MADE INTO POT/BODY HOOK

CONFEDERATE .69 SOCKET BAYONET MADE INTO POT/BODY HOOK

Bayonet has a blade section that is made of one solid piece of triangular shaped iron. All three surfaces of the blade are smooth and minus any fullers. Blade section has a broken tip and has been… (1000-742). Learn More »

RARE AUTHENTIC, NON-DUG CONFEDERATE CAST BLOCK “I” COAT BUTTON

RARE AUTHENTIC, NON-DUG CONFEDERATE CAST BLOCK “I” COAT BUTTON

Albert’s CS184.  Confederate wartime manufacture for Infantry troops. Button is one-piece sand cast, back is deep well concave, post under shank, no marks.  Crude southern "local" manufacture.… (127-2202). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE “THREE SQUARE” SOCKET BAYONET

RARE CONFEDERATE “THREE SQUARE” SOCKET BAYONET

This is an excavated example of a Confederate-made musket socket bayonet, probably for a M-1816 musket.  Measuring 20” overall with a 2 5/8” socket.  This was made for an early .69 caliber… (1000-1385). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE “THREE SQUARE” SOCKET BAYONET FROM DREWRY’S BLUFF

RARE CONFEDERATE “THREE SQUARE” SOCKET BAYONET FROM DREWRY’S BLUFF

This is an excavated example of a Confederate-made musket socket bayonet.  Measuring 21” overall with a 2 5/8” socket.  This was made for an early .69 caliber musket with a bayonet lug mounted… (1000-1372). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE “THREE SQUARE” SOCKET BAYONET MADE INTO POT HOOK

RARE CONFEDERATE “THREE SQUARE” SOCKET BAYONET MADE INTO POT HOOK

This is an excavated example of a Confederate-made musket socket bayonet.  Measuring approximately 21” overall with a 2 ¾” socket.  This was made for an early .69 caliber musket with a bayonet… (1000-1374). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE “I” INFANTRY BUTTON, VEST SIZE

CONFEDERATE “I” INFANTRY BUTTON, VEST SIZE

Albert’s CS173A.  20 mm. Button depicts lined block "I", intended for Confederate infantry troops, manufactured in England and smuggled through the blockade. Backmark: "P. TAIT & Co / (dot)… (127-2201). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE SCRIPT “E” ENGINEER’S BUTTON

CONFEDERATE SCRIPT “E” ENGINEER’S BUTTON

Albert’s CS151. Button depicts stippled script "E", intended for Confederate Engineer officers, manufactured in England and smuggled through the blockade. Backmark: "H T & B / (star) MANCHESTER… (127-2211). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE MILITARY TEXT - <i>THE TROOPERS MANUAL: OR, TACTICS FOR LIGHT DRAGOONS AND MOUNTED RIFLEMEN</i>

CONFEDERATE MILITARY TEXT - THE TROOPERS MANUAL: OR, TACTICS FOR LIGHT DRAGOONS AND MOUNTED RIFLEMEN

By Col. J. Lucius Davis. Published by A. Morris, Richmond, VA, 1862. 284 pp., plus 19 pages of bugle calls. Beige card boards, with cloth spine, 6 x 4”, and paper spine label, largely intact. … (337-297). Learn More »

THE CITY OF PORTSMOUTH, VA $1 NOTE FROM THE COLLECTION OF LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

THE CITY OF PORTSMOUTH, VA $1 NOTE FROM THE COLLECTION OF LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM, GETTYSBURG

Dated October 7, 1861. Number 11459. Shows wear and light soiling throughout; chipping along edges.  Printed on paper that has a portion of another note on the reverse. This item was once part of… (173-4091). Learn More »

$125.00
Originally $150.00

EXCAVATED SOUTH CAROLINA LOCAL BUTTON, SC20A

EXCAVATED SOUTH CAROLINA LOCAL BUTTON, SC20A

Excavated South Carolina Confederate Local Button SC20A. The word in the motto is misspelled "OPIRUSQUE". Backmark: "W. Wildt & Son" rmdc 23mm. Shank possibly replaced. Smooth brown patina.… (127-1027). Learn More »

$250.00
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CONFEDERATE STIPPLED “R” RIFLEMAN’S COAT BUTTON

CONFEDERATE STIPPLED “R” RIFLEMAN’S COAT BUTTON

Albert’s CS201. Two part convex button, coat size. Button depicts stippled block "R", intended for Confederate riflemen, manufactured in England and smuggled through the blockade. Riflemen were… (127-2203). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY BUTTON

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY BUTTON

Central block “A” (lined) on plain field with border. Two-piece button with straight shank. “Superior Quality.” Coat size, Very good condition; bright. References: Tice CAS203A3; Alberts… (986-40). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE & SOUTHERN AGENT MARKED SHOTGUNS

CONFEDERATE & SOUTHERN AGENT MARKED SHOTGUNS

Pritchard, Jr., Russ A. and John W. Ashworth, Jr. with Liza Bryson, Tim Prince and W. C. Smith, III. Hardback, 383 pp. Heavily illustrated with color photographs. Confederate & Southern Agent… (ST501172). Learn More »

HOWELL COBB AUTOGRAPH

HOWELL COBB AUTOGRAPH

Clipped signature, in slightly faded brown ink, on paper measuring 1.25 x 3.5.” Clear clan and entirely legible. Howell Cobb was a highly prominent figure in Confederate circles both political and… (913-87). Learn More »

WONDERFUL, NON-DUG CONFEDERATE LOCAL BLOCK “A” UNIFORM BUTTON

WONDERFUL, NON-DUG CONFEDERATE LOCAL BLOCK “A” UNIFORM BUTTON

This non-excavated artifact is an outstanding example of a Confederate local Block “A” brass button as worn on Southern enlistedman’s artillery uniforms. The coat-size artillery button is of… (526-57). Learn More »


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FANTASTIC UNIFORM GROUPING OF G.E. ANDREWS: OFFICER’S FROCK COAT, OFFICER’S SHORT JACKET, OFFICER’S TROUSERS, AND HIS TAILOR-MADE FIRST SERGEANT FROCK COAT WITH VETERAN SERVICE STRIPES!

We don’t often use exclamation points in a description, but this identified uniform grouping, formerly in the collections of the Texas Civil War Museum, has not just historical interest, but outstanding eye-appeal. The First Sergeant’s frock coat… (1179-147). Learn More »

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