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“LIEUT. GENL. MACDONALD” BY DIGHTON 1812, COLONEL OF THE 55th REGIMENT, WITH A STRONG OPINION ON HATS

“LIEUT. GENL. MACDONALD” BY DIGHTON 1812, COLONEL OF THE 55th REGIMENT, WITH A STRONG OPINION ON HATS

This original hand-colored portrait print portrays a British general standing in full uniform wearing a large bicorne hat, aiguillette over his right shoulder, saber belt and saber with knot, and tall… (1133-08). Learn More »

BALLOU’S PICTORIAL FOR AUGUST 1856 – NEW WASHINGTON MONUMENT IN UNION PARK SQUARE PLUS DRAWINGS OF JEDDO, JAPAN

BALLOU’S PICTORIAL FOR AUGUST 1856 – NEW WASHINGTON MONUMENT IN UNION PARK SQUARE PLUS DRAWINGS OF JEDDO, JAPAN

Sixteen-page issue that starts with an article on the new monument to George Washington erected in New York’s Union Park. Bottom of the front page shows the equestrian statue of Washington on its… (668-256). Learn More »

BALLOU’S PICTORIAL FOR APRIL 1855-CRIMEAN WAR CONTENT

BALLOU’S PICTORIAL FOR APRIL 1855-CRIMEAN WAR CONTENT

Sixteen-page issue that starts with an article on the State of Arkansas with a rendering of the State Seal on the bottom of front page. Interior has stories about the war in the Crimea with drawings… (668-258). Learn More »

SIR DAVID DUNDAS BY ROBERT DIGHTON APRIL 1810

SIR DAVID DUNDAS BY ROBERT DIGHTON APRIL 1810

This is an elegant portrait of the British “commander in chief of the forces” from 1809 to 1811 in bicorne hat and blue trimmed red officer’s coat with epaulets, sash, sword at his left side and… (1133-09). Learn More »

“CAPTAIN PACKE & FENWICK” ROYAL HORSE GUARDS BY ROBERT DIGHTON JUNIOR 1804, ONE OFFICER KILLED AT WATERLOO

“CAPTAIN PACKE & FENWICK” ROYAL HORSE GUARDS BY ROBERT DIGHTON JUNIOR 1804, ONE OFFICER KILLED AT WATERLOO

This original hand colored portrait print of two officers is signed at bottom right, “Drawn, Etch’ and Pub’ / by Dighton Jnr. June 1805,” and is known to be by Robert Dighton, Junior, and to… (1133-10). Learn More »

1862 UNION SHEET MUSIC PUBLISHED IN BALTIMORE TITLED “COMING AT LAST!”

1862 UNION SHEET MUSIC PUBLISHED IN BALTIMORE TITLED “COMING AT LAST!”

Very nice piece of wartime sheet music titled “COMING AT LAST! O YES SIR< THE REBELS ARE COMING AT LAST” written and composed by Earnest Halphin and published in Baltimore by Miller &… (998-445). Learn More »

FRAMED ENGRAVING OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON

FRAMED ENGRAVING OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON

The framed print is a good size measuring approx. 15.25 x 18.75 inches. Image is a chest-up view of Johnston in Confederate uniform. Engraving is well done. All details are clear and distinct. Item… (1032-59). Learn More »

$87.50
Originally $175.00

MIKE MCAFEE DRAWING:  REVOLUTIONARY WAR MARINE

MIKE MCAFEE DRAWING: REVOLUTIONARY WAR MARINE

This is an original Mike McAfee framed watercolor.  Mike McAfee is the former curator for the West Point Museum who passed away in 2019.  He is a famed writer, collector of Civil War photography,… (10-1969). Learn More »

GROUPING OF POST-CIVIL WAR KEARNY, NEW JERSEY POST CARDS/BUTTONS

GROUPING OF POST-CIVIL WAR KEARNY, NEW JERSEY POST CARDS/BUTTONS

This item is a collection of early twentieth century postcards gathered from the town of Kearny, New Jersey which is named in honor of Major General Philip Kearny.  Although Kearny was born in New… (523-66). Learn More »

NEWSPAPER AND PHOTO LOT RELATING TO 29TH INFANTRY DIVISION AND RANGERS – TWO D-DAY UNITS

NEWSPAPER AND PHOTO LOT RELATING TO 29TH INFANTRY DIVISION AND RANGERS – TWO D-DAY UNITS

The first item in this small lot is a framed photo collage of Company D, 175th Infantry, 29th Division. Image size is 18.00 x 15.00 inches in the original period frame. Pictured and fully identified… (108-437). Learn More »

1847 CONGRESSIONAL RESOLUTIONS OF THANKS TO GEN. ZACHARY TAYLOR AND HIS OFFICERS AND MEN FOR MONTERREY, PERSONALLY DISPATCHED BY PRESIDENT POLK

1847 CONGRESSIONAL RESOLUTIONS OF THANKS TO GEN. ZACHARY TAYLOR AND HIS OFFICERS AND MEN FOR MONTERREY, PERSONALLY DISPATCHED BY PRESIDENT POLK

Zachary Taylor received the formal thanks of Congress three times, along with gold medals, for victories in the Mexican War, the largest number of such resolutions and awards made by Congress to… (766-938). Learn More »

UNION PATRIOTIC COVER OF U.S. CAPITOL

UNION PATRIOTIC COVER OF U.S. CAPITOL

Unused letter cover, or envelope. Color tinted engraving of “U.S. Capitol, Washington. No. 2B.” Image fills whole cover. Image shows front steps and façade of building. Color remains… (2021-129B). Learn More »

UNION PATRIOTIC COVER OF BALTIMORE HOSPITAL

UNION PATRIOTIC COVER OF BALTIMORE HOSPITAL

Unused letter cover, or envelope. Color tinted engraving of “U.S.A. Genl. Hospital, Patterson Park, Balto. No. 3.” Image fills whole cover. Color remains vibrant. Cover is in very good… (2021-129A). Learn More »

U.S QUARTERMASTER STORES DOCUMENT—7 JUNE 1864, REYNOLDS-BOROUGH, TENN

U.S QUARTERMASTER STORES DOCUMENT—7 JUNE 1864, REYNOLDS-BOROUGH, TENN

Pre-printed form 27, lined and columned, 16 x 10,” signed by “Capt. Rugar, Asst. Quartermaster U.S. Army. Document lists numerous stores, the most expensive of which was an “Engine and… (998-468). Learn More »

$25.00
ON HOLD

UNION ARMY CLOTHING ACCOUNT—PRIVATE GEORGE W. INGRAM, CO. “E”, 112TH [2ND HEAVY ARTILLERY] PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

UNION ARMY CLOTHING ACCOUNT—PRIVATE GEORGE W. INGRAM, CO. “E”, 112TH [2ND HEAVY ARTILLERY] PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

Pre-printed government form, 15.5” x 10. Exhibits slight yellowing along right margin, slight chipping along left margin. Else VG Contains running account of Pvt. Ingram’s clothing issuances from… (998-471). Learn More »

$25.00
ON HOLD

CONFEDERATE MUSTER ROLL SHEET FROM ALABAMA CAMP OF INSTRUCTION, CAMP BUCKNER, TALLADEGA

CONFEDERATE MUSTER ROLL SHEET FROM ALABAMA CAMP OF INSTRUCTION, CAMP BUCKNER, TALLADEGA

This is a Confederate Muster Roll from the Alabama Camp of Instruction at Talladega for period July 1, 1864 to August 1, 1864. Pre-printed form filled in with ink. Sheet measures approximately 17” x… (846-181). Learn More »

$180.00
Originally $200.00
ON HOLD

LETTER GROUP RELATED TO GETTYSBURG CASUALTY PRIVATE JAMES H. BARKHUFF, CO. “H”, 134TH NEW YORK INFANTRY – WOUNDED IN ACTION IN THE “BRICKYARD”/COSTER AVENUE FIGHT ON 7/1/1863, DIED 9/22/1863

LETTER GROUP RELATED TO GETTYSBURG CASUALTY PRIVATE JAMES H. BARKHUFF, CO. “H”, 134TH NEW YORK INFANTRY – WOUNDED IN ACTION IN THE “BRICKYARD”/COSTER AVENUE FIGHT ON 7/1/1863, DIED 9/22/1863

Consisting of three letters, one from Private Barkhuff to an uncle Henry Mickle sent prior to the Gettysburg, dated “Camp near Stafford Court House House / May 9th 1863.” One page in ink on… (224-501). Learn More »

1898 VARINA JEFFERSON DAVIS ALS ON THE DEATH OF HER DAUGHTER

1898 VARINA JEFFERSON DAVIS ALS ON THE DEATH OF HER DAUGHTER

2 pp., in ink on mourning paper, to a committee consisting of Mrs. J. Pinckney Smith, Chairwoman; Mrs. Edgar Farrar; Mrs. S.R. Mallory; Miss Olivia Freret; and Mrs. Cora L. Richardson, Corresponding… (337-231). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, MAY 11, 1861 – COL. ELMER ELLSWORTH

HARPER’S WEEKLY, MAY 11, 1861 – COL. ELMER ELLSWORTH

Vol. V—No. 228. 16pp., [289-304], 4 columns, numerous attractive lithographs, including a center-fold spread of the Federal destruction of the Norfolk Navy before its abandonment to Confederate… (998-1884). Learn More »

THE SOUTHERN ILLUSTRATED NEWS—RICHMOND, AUGUST 15, 1863

THE SOUTHERN ILLUSTRATED NEWS—RICHMOND, AUGUST 15, 1863

Volume II./ No. 6. Eight pages (41-48), 16 x 11.5”, w/illus. and cartoon. Chipped round the extremities, w/inner page right margin torn off from mid-gap down. Else good and entirely legible. The… (959-15). Learn More »


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RARE C1870’S CALIFORNIA BOWIE KNIFE

Maker Mark: “Rau & Kohnke / S.F. California.” Blade 8.75” in length, 1.5 in width. Dark patina, smooth & consistent with just a few minor dings on the non-sharpened edge.  Solid 2.5” cross-guard. 4.5” yellow bone handle, three… (30-2234). Learn More »

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