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CDV OF U.S. GENERAL JOHN POPE

CDV OF U.S. GENERAL JOHN POPE

Three-quarter standing studio view of Pope. He wears a double-breasted coat with shoulder straps. Image is clear with good detail. A pencil identification is under the photo on front and another on… (1139-122). Learn More »

CDV OF U.S. GENERAL DAVID HUNTER

CDV OF U.S. GENERAL DAVID HUNTER

Waist-up studio view of Hunter. He wears a double-breasted coat with shoulder straps. Image is clear with good detail. A pencil identification is under the photo on front. Mount and image show light… (1139-111). Learn More »

MODEL 1841 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD IDENTIFIED TO SIMON BACKUS BISSELL

MODEL 1841 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD IDENTIFIED TO SIMON BACKUS BISSELL

Simon Backus Bissell was born in Fairlee, Vt., on October 28, 1808. He was appointed Midshipman on November 6, 1824, Passed Midshipman on June 4 1831, and Lieutenant December 9, 1837. At the beginning… (870-63). Learn More »

$7,200.00
Originally $8,000.00

CIVIL WAR EAGLE POMMEL PRESENTATION SWORD BY PATIENTS AT MOWER GENERAL HOSPITAL TO DR. J.A.C. HANLY, MARCH 20th, 1863

CIVIL WAR EAGLE POMMEL PRESENTATION SWORD BY PATIENTS AT MOWER GENERAL HOSPITAL TO DR. J.A.C. HANLY, MARCH 20th, 1863

Mower General Hospital, first known as Chestnut Hill Hospital, was one of the largest U.S. General Hospitals. Planned and built in 1862, it opened in early 1863 and could hold 3600 patients. Covering… (870-613). Learn More »

$5,400.00
Originally $6,000.00

MEXICAN WAR PRESENTATION SWORD OF CAPTAIN JAMES DILL GALBRAITH, OF NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI, BY THE SPARROW VOLUNTEERS: CO. E, 4th REGIMENT, PERSIFOR F. SMITH’S BRIGADE OF LOUISIANA VOLUNTEERS, MAY 1846

MEXICAN WAR PRESENTATION SWORD OF CAPTAIN JAMES DILL GALBRAITH, OF NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI, BY THE SPARROW VOLUNTEERS: CO. E, 4th REGIMENT, PERSIFOR F. SMITH’S BRIGADE OF LOUISIANA VOLUNTEERS, MAY 1846

Presentation of this sword on May 15, 1846, at New Orleans, just before the company, with Galbraith in command, left for the Rio Grande, is reported in the May 20, 1846, edition of the Mississippi… (870-205). Learn More »

CDV OF WILLIAM C.D. VAUGHT, WASHINGTON ARTILLERY OF NEW ORLEANS

CDV OF WILLIAM C.D. VAUGHT, WASHINGTON ARTILLERY OF NEW ORLEANS

Bust view wearing double-breasted frock. Image is clear with good contrast. Buttons have been gilted and the cheeks lightly tinted. No photographer's backmark. Extensive pencil notes by Mr. Turner on… (1138-673). Learn More »

CDV OF T.J. WHITE, WASHINGTON ARTILLERY OF NEW ORLEANS

CDV OF T.J. WHITE, WASHINGTON ARTILLERY OF NEW ORLEANS

Full-standing studio view wearing military vest, short jacket, trousers, and a belt with two-piece "tongue and wreath" buckle. His kepi on table next to him shows crossed cannon insignia with "W" and… (1138-695). Learn More »

CDV OF ALEXANDER D. BARROW, WASHINGTON ARTILLERY OF NEW ORLEANS & 13TH LOUISIANA INFANTRY

CDV OF ALEXANDER D. BARROW, WASHINGTON ARTILLERY OF NEW ORLEANS & 13TH LOUISIANA INFANTRY

Full-standing studio view wearing civilian vest and trousers under his military short jacket. Image is clear with very good contrast. Photographer's backmark, Anderson & Turner, New Orleans.… (1138-696). Learn More »

CDV OF LT. COLONEL WILLIAM M. OWEN; CHIEF OF ARTILLERY, PRESTON'S DIVISION, ARMY OF TENNESSEE; WASHINGTON ARTILLERY OF NEW ORLEANS; SHOT IN FACE AT PETERSBURG

CDV OF LT. COLONEL WILLIAM M. OWEN; CHIEF OF ARTILLERY, PRESTON'S DIVISION, ARMY OF TENNESSEE; WASHINGTON ARTILLERY OF NEW ORLEANS; SHOT IN FACE AT PETERSBURG

Bust, profile view of Owen in uniform. Image is clear with slightly light contrast. Photo is tinted: blue eyes, rosy cheeks, and red trim on uniform. Upper left corner of mount is chipped.… (1138-681). Learn More »

CDV OF U.S. GENERAL WILLIAM F. “BALDY” SMITH

CDV OF U.S. GENERAL WILLIAM F. “BALDY” SMITH

Three-quarter standing studio view of Smith. He wears a double-breasted coat with shoulder straps. Image is clear with good detail. Lower, left corner of image torn and missing. Bottom corners of… (1139-136). Learn More »

CDV OF FEDERAL GENERAL GEORGE CROCKETT STRONG

CDV OF FEDERAL GENERAL GEORGE CROCKETT STRONG

Standing view of General George Crockett Strong. Strong commanded an expedition sent from Ship Island against Biloxi, Mississippi, in April 1862, and another sent against Ponchatoula, and was… (1139-113). Learn More »

SIGNED CDV OF U.S. GENERAL NATHANIEL P. BANKS

SIGNED CDV OF U.S. GENERAL NATHANIEL P. BANKS

Full-standing studio view of Banks. He wears a double-breasted coat with general’s dress shoulder epaulettes. He wears a sash, sword belt, a sword at his side, and he holds a chapeaux in his hand.… (1139-146B). Learn More »

GREAT GROUP OF ITEMS ID’D TO 28TH MAINE SOLDIER WHO SERVED AT PORT HUDSON

GREAT GROUP OF ITEMS ID’D TO 28TH MAINE SOLDIER WHO SERVED AT PORT HUDSON

This fascinating little group of items belonged to Dennis H. Smith who served nine months as a private in Company B, 28th Maine Infantry. Smith was born in Peru, Maine in March of 1843. At age 19 he… (2022-401). Learn More »

GROUP OF FOUR DAN SICKLES CABINET CARD PHOTOGRAPHS

GROUP OF FOUR DAN SICKLES CABINET CARD PHOTOGRAPHS

Offered here is a group of four different cabinet card views of U.S. General Dan Sickles. The four cabinet cards each measure 6.5" x 4.25" overall. The actual image size on each is approximately 3" x… (2021-951). Learn More »

CDV PORTRAIT OF ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS, CONFEDERATE STATES VICE PRESIDENT

CDV PORTRAIT OF ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS, CONFEDERATE STATES VICE PRESIDENT

Bust view portrait of Stephens. Image is clear with good contrast. Plain mount with printed name along bottom edge. No photographer's backmark. Alexander Hamilton Stephens (February 11, 1812 – March… (1138-1586). Learn More »

CDV IMAGE OF GENERAL KILPATRICK FROM LIFE WITH A SLOUCH HAT ON HIS KNEE

CDV IMAGE OF GENERAL KILPATRICK FROM LIFE WITH A SLOUCH HAT ON HIS KNEE

This CDV images features a two-thirds seated view of General Hugh Judson Kilpatrick wearing a double-breasted frock coat with velvet cuffs and collar. His trousers bear the typical gold cavalry stripe… (1139-145). Learn More »

STANDING CDV OF GENERAL CHARLES D. JAMESON

STANDING CDV OF GENERAL CHARLES D. JAMESON

Image shows Jameson posed with one hand resting on a podium and the other on his hip. Just to one side of him is a high-backed chair. The General wears a dark double-breasted frock coat with matching… (259-66). Learn More »

$112.00
Originally $140.00

SIGNED BUST VIEW OF 16TH NEW YORK COLONEL AND LATER MAJOR GENERAL THOMAS A. DAVIES

SIGNED BUST VIEW OF 16TH NEW YORK COLONEL AND LATER MAJOR GENERAL THOMAS A. DAVIES

Image is of Thomas A. Davies in a dark double-breasted frock coat minus any shoulder straps. Image is clear and clean with excellent contrast. Image is signed in bold period ink “THOS. A.… (259-53). Learn More »

$608.00
Originally $760.00

BUST VIEW OF MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM F. SMITH

BUST VIEW OF MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM F. SMITH

Nice clear bust view cdv of General Smith. He wears the usual dark double-breasted frock coat with dark felt collar. Image has good contrast and is clean. Reverse has photographer’s back mark for R.… (259-44). Learn More »

$80.00
Originally $100.00

PRESENTATION SWORD FROM JAY COOKE, FINANCIER OF THE UNION, TO FELLOW SANDUSKY OHIO NATIVE LT. JAY COOKE SMITH, 101st OHIO, ADC TO GEN. CRUFT AND BRIGADE COMMANDER KIRBY, 4th ARMY CORPS: “…MOUNTED AND CONTINUALLY ON THE FRONT LINE” AT NASHVILLE.

PRESENTATION SWORD FROM JAY COOKE, FINANCIER OF THE UNION, TO FELLOW SANDUSKY OHIO NATIVE LT. JAY COOKE SMITH, 101st OHIO, ADC TO GEN. CRUFT AND BRIGADE COMMANDER KIRBY, 4th ARMY CORPS: “…MOUNTED AND CONTINUALLY ON THE FRONT LINE” AT NASHVILLE.

This elegant and very high quality, non-regulation presentation staff and field officer’s sword was formerly in the renowned collection of Kevin Hoffman and is pictured both his book, “Swords of… (870-650). Learn More »


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TIFFANY PRESENTATION SWORD TO WILLIAM S. MARBLE, 7th CONNECTICUT VOLS, WIA BERMUDA HUNDRED, IN COMMAND OF THE REGT. AT FT. FISHER

Tiffany & Company is acknowledged as the finest producer of presentation swords in the 1860s and this is good example of their work, showing detailed craftsmanship and refined taste. The deeply cast, chased, and engraved mounts along with the… (870-172). Learn More »

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