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RARE CONFEDERATE TINNED IRON CLIP-POINT BOWIE KNIFE SCABBARD BY BOYLE AND GAMBLE, FROM THE MOLLUS WAR LIBRARY AND MUSEUM, FROM THE BATTLE OF CAMP BARTOW, W. VIRGINIA

RARE CONFEDERATE TINNED IRON CLIP-POINT BOWIE KNIFE SCABBARD BY BOYLE AND GAMBLE, FROM THE MOLLUS WAR LIBRARY AND MUSEUM, FROM THE BATTLE OF CAMP BARTOW, W. VIRGINIA

This extremely rare tinned iron scabbard is for a clip-point Bowie knife and is slightly shorter, but a match for the scabbard on a rare Virginia D-guard Bowie made and marked by Boyle and Gamble,… (1052-17). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA MILITIA BAYONET SCABBARD, WITH TWO EAGLE BUTTONS

CIVIL WAR ERA MILITIA BAYONET SCABBARD, WITH TWO EAGLE BUTTONS

Leather scabbard is in good condition. The black leather body shows only light wear and crazing. No breaks. Stitching is complete with no splits. Brass tip is in place and is undented; two tacks are… (172-5612). Learn More »

U.S. 1855 PATTERN RIFLEMAN’S BELT

U.S. 1855 PATTERN RIFLEMAN’S BELT

This scarce 1855 rifleman’s belt rig is in excellent condition and complete with its two-piece frame buckle, brass belt loops, bayonet frog and support straps, and a scabbard for the 1855 sword… (172-5583). Learn More »

US MODEL 1840 SWORD SCABBARD

US MODEL 1840 SWORD SCABBARD

Metal scabbard with dark patina, 28.5” in length, with brass drag and frogged throat. Drag and throat exhibits dark dusky patina, attachment rivets missing.  Scabbard displays slight curve, minor… (958-54). Learn More »


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SCARCE TINTYPE OF GENERAL WILLIAM STARKE, LOUISIANA BRIGADE, KILLED IN ACTION AT ANTIETAM WHILE IN DIVISION COMMAND

This very clear sixth-plate tintype is from the collection of the late Bill Turner and shows William Edwin Starke as Lieutenant Colonel. He is posed wearing an early war Confederate uniform showing both the two stars of Confederate lieutenant colonel… (1138-1839). Learn More »

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