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CDV OF LT. COLONEL JAMES O. NIXON, 1ST LOUISIANA CAVALRY

CDV OF LT. COLONEL JAMES O. NIXON, 1ST LOUISIANA CAVALRY

Seated studio view of Nixon in uniform. He wears a double-breasted military frock. His collar insignia is not visible due to his beard but the braid (galoons) is just visible on one sleeve. The image… (1138-663). Learn More »

CDV OF LT. COLONEL WRIGHT C. SCHAUMBURG, A.A.G

CDV OF LT. COLONEL WRIGHT C. SCHAUMBURG, A.A.G

Bust view of Schaumburg as a Lt. Colonel. He wears a military frock with two stars on the collar. The image is clear with very good contrast. Photographer's backmark, J. Gurney & Son, NY. An ink… (1138-660). Learn More »

CDV OF CHRISTOPHER H. TEBAULT, ASST. SURGEON 10TH S.C. INFANTRY

CDV OF CHRISTOPHER H. TEBAULT, ASST. SURGEON 10TH S.C. INFANTRY

Post-war, waist-up studio view of Tebault in civilian clothes. The image is clear with very good contrast. Period ink identification along lower edge of mount, "C.H. Tebault, M.D.  Apr 1866".… (1138-659). Learn More »

1849 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES BEARING THE STENCIL & INSCRIPTION OF A TROOPER WHO SERVED IN CUSTER’S MICHIGAN CAVALRY BRIGADE

1849 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES BEARING THE STENCIL & INSCRIPTION OF A TROOPER WHO SERVED IN CUSTER’S MICHIGAN CAVALRY BRIGADE

Leather bound volume titled “A HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FROM ITS DISCOVERY TO THE PRESENT DAY” by Charles A. Goodrich and published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1849. The volume… (772-12). Learn More »

$200.00
ON HOLD

VERY ATTRACTIVE GOLD G.A.R. POST COMMANDER’S BADGE: HE “MARCHED AT 17 TO THE SEA WITH GENERAL SHERMAN”

VERY ATTRACTIVE GOLD G.A.R. POST COMMANDER’S BADGE: HE “MARCHED AT 17 TO THE SEA WITH GENERAL SHERMAN”

This beautiful, inscribed gold G.A.R. badge is a special presentation version of a Post Commander’s badge presented by the veterans to their Post Commander Henry C. Cann as he became a Past Post… (30-2257). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE KNAPSACK

RARE CONFEDERATE KNAPSACK

The knapsack offered was the product of S. Isaac and Campbell of London. Here, in part, is what William Albaugh had to say about this company in his book Confederate Edged Weapons.".... Isaac,… (88-168). Learn More »

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!

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… (1179-147). Learn More »

CABINET CARD PHOTOGRAPH OF GEORGE W. REISER, 6th & 20th MASSACHESETTS INFANTRY

CABINET CARD PHOTOGRAPH OF GEORGE W. REISER, 6th & 20th MASSACHESETTS INFANTRY

Cabinet card measures 4 ¼” X 6 ½”and is of heavy ivory stock. Bottom of mount has photographer’s imprint which reads, “HEBBEL, 321 N. GAY ST. BALTO, MD”. No markings on reverse. Image is a… (450-113). Learn More »

$180.00
Originally $225.00

CDV OF A WILLIAM L. CLARK, 13TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

CDV OF A WILLIAM L. CLARK, 13TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

CDV is a full seated view of William L. Clark from the 13th MA Infantry. He is wearing a dark colored officer’s overcoat with cape, and dark colored trousers. Resting on his knee is his forage cap,… (450-109). Learn More »

$110.00
Originally $135.00

CDV OF LUCIEN L. PERKINS, 3rd MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

CDV OF LUCIEN L. PERKINS, 3rd MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

CDV is a waist-up sitting view of Lucien L. Perkins. He is wearing a dark colored frock coat with shoulder boards and dark colored trousers. Bottom of mount is marked with a photographer’s label… (450-104). Learn More »

$110.00
Originally $135.00

SMITH AND WESSON No. 2 ARMY REVOLVER ID’D BY CARVING TO C.W. KNIFFIN, LIEUTENANT 49th MASS, WIA PORT HUDSON

SMITH AND WESSON No. 2 ARMY REVOLVER ID’D BY CARVING TO C.W. KNIFFIN, LIEUTENANT 49th MASS, WIA PORT HUDSON

This is a good example of the Smith and Wesson Number 2 Army Revolver, a model made from 1861 to 1874, and very popular from its use of self-contained, waterproof rimfire cartridges. The army… (2022-982). Learn More »

WALLET IDENTIFIED TO SAMUEL HOUSTON LETCHER, VMI GRADUATE, NEW MARKET & CONFEDERATE VETERAN, CIRCUIT JUDGE, STATE SENATOR & SON OF VIRGINIA’S CIVIL WAR GOVERNOR

WALLET IDENTIFIED TO SAMUEL HOUSTON LETCHER, VMI GRADUATE, NEW MARKET & CONFEDERATE VETERAN, CIRCUIT JUDGE, STATE SENATOR & SON OF VIRGINIA’S CIVIL WAR GOVERNOR

Wallet is made of brown leather and is of the usual tri-folding type with two bill sized interior pockets and leather flaps for holding paper or stamps etc… The wallet is held closed by a leather… (846-452). Learn More »

BUST VIEW OF 1ST BATTALION SOUTH CAROLINA INFANTRYMAN IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES, BY GEORGE COOK OF CHARLESTON

BUST VIEW OF 1ST BATTALION SOUTH CAROLINA INFANTRYMAN IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES, BY GEORGE COOK OF CHARLESTON

Chest-up view of Robert Burdell sporting a heavy goatee and wearing the usual dark suit. Contrast and clarity are good as is the mount and paper which show only minor surface dirt from age and… (846-472). Learn More »

POST-WAR SIGNED VIEW OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL WILLIAM “EXTRA BILLY” SMITH

POST-WAR SIGNED VIEW OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL WILLIAM “EXTRA BILLY” SMITH

CDV is of Smith from the chest up posed in a partial right profile. He wears a dark civilian suit. Contrast and clarity are very good. Mount is good but the paper has two small scratches but nothing… (846-477). Learn More »

CDV OF WILLIAM G. “PARSON” BROWNLOW

CDV OF WILLIAM G. “PARSON” BROWNLOW

Image is a vignette bust view of Brownlow in a dark civilian suit. Contrast and clarity are excellent. Paper and mount have light surface dirt and minor scattered foxing otherwise they are… (846-451). Learn More »

WAIST-UP CDV OF MARYLAND CONFEDERATE GENERAL ARNOLD ELZEY

WAIST-UP CDV OF MARYLAND CONFEDERATE GENERAL ARNOLD ELZEY

Elzey is shown seated wearing a light-colored double-breasted frock coat with three large stars of a colonel on his collar. Clarity is good but the contrast is a bit light. Paper is good but the top… (846-434). Learn More »

1866 PUBLISHED VIEW OF CONFEDERATE HERO GENERAL TURNER ASHBY

1866 PUBLISHED VIEW OF CONFEDERATE HERO GENERAL TURNER ASHBY

CDV is a litho/engraving bust-view of General Turner Ashby in Confederate uniform. Contrast and clarity are good. Paper and mount are the same. Bottom center of the mount bears 1866 publishing… (846-416). Learn More »

BEAUTIFUL PRESENTATION 1850 STAFF AND FIELD SWORD OF LT. CHARLES E. TUCKER 71st PA - BAKER’S CALIFORNIA REGIMENT- WOUNDED AT ANTIETAM

BEAUTIFUL PRESENTATION 1850 STAFF AND FIELD SWORD OF LT. CHARLES E. TUCKER 71st PA - BAKER’S CALIFORNIA REGIMENT- WOUNDED AT ANTIETAM

This regulation US Model 1850 Staff and Field Officer’s Sword is in superb condition and bears a great inscription on the upper ring mount reading: Presented to / Lt. Chas. Tucker / 1st Cal. Regt. /… (1186-04). Learn More »

US MODEL 1860 MICHIGAN SABER BY AMES ID’D TO 10TH WISCONSIN CAVALRY PRIVATE

US MODEL 1860 CAVALRY SABER BY AMES ID’D TO 10TH MICHIGAN CAVALRY PRIVATE

The bright, slightly curved blade has a surface that shows only very minor amounts of mottling and no pitting. Blade measures approx. 35.00 inches long with a stopped wide fuller that meas. approx.… (2022-765). Learn More »

WONDERFUL IMAGE FROM LIFE OF THE WORLD-FAMOUS CONFEDERATE GENERAL THOMAS J “STONEWALL” JACKSON

WONDERFUL IMAGE FROM LIFE OF THE WORLD-FAMOUS CONFEDERATE GENERAL THOMAS J “STONEWALL” JACKSON

CDV is of Jackson in left profile wearing a light-colored double-breasted frock coat with the insignia of a Confederate general clearly visible on his collar. Clarity is excellent with good contrast.… (846-411). Learn More »


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FLAG STAFF CAPTURED & USED BY THE 5TH CONNECTICUT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, FROM THE ESTATE OF CONFEDERATE REPRESENTATIVE JAMES M. MASON OF “THE TRENT AFFAIR” FAME

This homemade staff once held a Confederate flag that proudly waved over a Winchester, Virginia estate called “Selma” which was the property of Confederate politician James M. Mason. Mr. Mason is well known for being captured by the USS SAN… (846-421). Learn More »

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