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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 »

BRITISH MANUFACTURED NON-DUG CONFEDERATE BLOCK “A” BUTTON

BRITISH MANUFACTURED NON-DUG CONFEDERATE BLOCK “A” BUTTON

(TICE CSA200A / ALBERT CS101). Coat sized button with a face that consists of a large block letter “A” on a plain field. Rim of face is slightly raised. There is some wear to the gilt of the face… (127-2147). Learn More »

POLICE JURY OF THE PARISH OF POINTE COUPEE, LA 5 CENT

POLICE JURY OF THE PARISH OF POINTE COUPEE, LA 5 CENT

Exhibits some light staining and wear; signatures are blurred. Numbered 3483. “FIVE CENTS” red overlay. Dated Pointe Coupee, March 24th, 1862. “Receivable for all Parish Dues.”, “Fundable in… (L14099). Learn More »

$45.00
Originally $65.00

CONFEDERATE IMPRINT - "OFFICIAL ORDERS/ HEADQUARTER WHEELER'S CAVALRY CORPS"

CONFEDERATE IMPRINT - "OFFICIAL ORDERS/ HEADQUARTER WHEELER'S CAVALRY CORPS"

Dated "January 1st, 1865". 16 pages, measuring 8.5 x 5.5", with opening directive: "The following orders are re-published for the information and guidance of this command." Includes General Orders No.… (486-195). Learn More »

$795.00
Originally $1,200.00

BRITISH IMPORTED, CONFEDERATE USED BAYONET

BRITISH IMPORTED, CONFEDERATE USED BAYONET

Item meas. approx. 28.75 inches overall. The blade meas. approx. 23.75 inches long and is approx. 1.08 inches wide at the ricasso. Blade surface is bright with some scattered mottling. Heavier near… (344-158). Learn More »


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UNIFORM, LADDER BADGE AND MORE IDENTIFIED TO 3RD NEW HAMPSHIRE OFFICER BREVETED FOR BRAVERY IN BATTLE

Charles Augustus White was born in West Deering, New Hampshire on September 19, 1836. In 1840 the family moved to East Antrim and then Manchester. In 1847 his mother died and the family was broken up. White and one sister and one brother went to live… (1179-268). Learn More »

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