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CABINET CARD PHOTO OF US NAVY SPANISH AMERICAN WAR OFFICER ATTIRED FOR CAMPAIGN SERVICE ON LAND- WILLIAM H. SCHUETZE- HE OPENED THE BATTLE OF SANTIAGO

CABINET CARD PHOTO OF US NAVY SPANISH AMERICAN WAR OFFICER ATTIRED FOR CAMPAIGN SERVICE ON LAND- WILLIAM H. SCHUETZE- HE OPENED THE BATTLE OF SANTIAGO

This is a very nicely posed Spanish-American War period cabinet card photograph backmarked by a New York photographer showing a slightly portly US Navy officer dressed for service with a landing… (1219-46). Learn More »

VERY GOOD CONDITION NAMED CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX

VERY GOOD CONDITION NAMED CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX

This well-made Confederate cartridge box follows the lines of the prewar rifle boxes intended for wear on the waist belt only. Made of black leather, the box is in very good condition and shows the… (1179-587). Learn More »

$3,000.00
ON HOLD

US CIVIL WAR BULLSEYE CANTEEN WITH SLING AND NAME ON SPOUT – POSSIBLE 87TH PENNSYLVANIA CONNECTION

US CIVIL WAR BULLSEYE CANTEEN WITH SLING AND NAME ON SPOUT – POSSIBLE 87TH PENNSYLVANIA CONNECTION

This canteen is in used, but good condition for its age. The body is covered in brown wool cloth that is soiled and stained from use but shows only two or three small areas where the cloth has worn… (149-39). Learn More »

INCREDIBLY RARE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS CORDUROY UNIFORM PANTS WITH 2 ULTRA-RARE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS BUTTONS

INCREDIBLY RARE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS CORDUROY UNIFORM PANTS WITH 2 ULTRA-RARE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS BUTTONS

This pair of Republic of Texas pants could arguably be the finest and rarest uniform pants, with an American history, known to exist today. According to a textile museum in Washington, DC, the cloth… (766-1974). Learn More »

$3,750.00
Originally $4,995.00
SOLD

CIVIL WAR US NAVY LT. COMMANDER’S COAT AND BUCKLE OF ALEXANDER COLE RHIND - USS CONSTELLATION, USS CRUSADER, USS KEOKUK, FOUGHT CS BATTERIES AT DEEP BOTTOM, COMMANDED A “POWDER BOAT” AGAINST FT. FISHER, LATER REAR ADMIRAL

CIVIL WAR US NAVY LT. COMMANDER’S COAT AND BUCKLE OF ALEXANDER COLE RHIND - USS CONSTELLATION, USS CRUSADER, USS KEOKUK, FOUGHT CS BATTERIES AT DEEP BOTTOM, COMMANDED A “POWDER BOAT” AGAINST FT. FISHER, LATER REAR ADMIRAL

This is a very appealing regulation Civil War navy officer’s frock coat with interesting history. The coat is very dark blue, almost black, double-breasted with two rows of 9 US Navy officer’s… (1179-650). Learn More »

SEATED VIEW OF MAJOR GENERAL ALFRED TORBERT – BY BRADY

SEATED VIEW OF MAJOR GENERAL ALFRED TORBERT – BY BRADY

Image is of Torbert from the waist-up. He wears a dark double-breasted frock coat with black felt collar and cuffs and major-general’s shoulder straps. Contrast and clarity are excellent as are the… (160-398). Learn More »

CDV OF GENERAL JAMES B. MCPHERSON

CDV OF GENERAL JAMES B. MCPHERSON

Image is a seated view of the General from the waist-up. He wears a dark double-breasted frock coat with black felt collar and major general’s shoulder straps. Contrast and clarity are excellent.… (160-374). Learn More »

CABINET CARD PHOTOGRAPH OF THE PRESENTATION GRADE SWORD GIVEN TO RAPHAEL SEMMES BY FRENCH OFFICERS AFTER THE SINKING OF THE ALABAMA

CABINET CARD PHOTOGRAPH OF THE PRESENTATION GRADE SWORD GIVEN TO RAPHAEL SEMMES BY FRENCH OFFICERS AFTER THE SINKING OF THE ALABAMA

The card depicts a very ornate sword in a brass scabbard with attached raised decorations of floral work, cannons, scrolls etc. Bottom of the card is marked “REED… MOBILE, ALA. Bottom right corner… (160-545). Learn More »

$450.00
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PENNSYLVANIA CAPTAIN’S COMMISSION FOR ELI DAUGHTERY - CO. K, 210TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

PENNSYLVANIA CAPTAIN’S COMMISSION FOR ELI DAUGHTERY - CO. K, 210TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

Dated Harrisburg, PA, 7 November 1864. Pre-printed state commission document, 16” x 13, w/ state seal, signed by Eli Slifer, Secretary of the Commonwealth.  Double matted in gray & black,… (2024-221). Learn More »

FULL LENGTH SEATED CDV OF GENERAL BEN BUTLER

FULL LENGTH SEATED CDV OF GENERAL BEN BUTLER

Image shows Butler seated in a chair facing slightly to the right. He wears a dark double-breasted frock coat with major general’s shoulder straps with a string of oak leaves on each side of his… (160-248). Learn More »

THREE-QUARTER STANDING VIEW OF MAJOR GENERAL EDWIN V. SUMNER WITH PARTIAL ALBUM PAGE – IMAGE BY BRADY

THREE-QUARTER STANDING VIEW OF MAJOR GENERAL EDWIN V. SUMNER WITH PARTIAL ALBUM PAGE – IMAGE BY BRADY

CDV shows Sumner standing in a partial left profile wearing a dark cape with a black felt collar over a dark double-breasted frock coat also with a black felt collar and cuffs and matching dark… (160-406). Learn More »

LITHOGRAPH CDV OF “JEFF IN PETTICOATS”

LITHOGRAPH CDV OF “JEFF IN PETTICOATS”

Image is a lithograph of Confederate President Jefferson Davis running in women’s clothing with his bonnet falling off and exposing the hoop of his skirt. He holds a dagger in his right hand. Bottom… (160-274). Learn More »

WAIST-UP SEATED VIEW OF US NAVY MASTER JAMES OGILIVE

WAIST-UP SEATED VIEW OF US NAVY MASTER JAMES OGILIVE

CDV shows Ogilvie seated at a table in the classic Napoleonic pose with one hand tucked in his coat. He wears a dark double-breasted frock coat with the shoulder straps of a Master. He also wears a… (160-488). Learn More »

FULL STANDING CIVILIAN VIEW OF CONFEDERATE MARYLAND ARTILLERYMAN

FULL STANDING CIVILIAN VIEW OF CONFEDERATE MARYLAND ARTILLERYMAN

CDV is of William Wirt Robinson standing cross-legged and leaning against a podium. He wears a light-colored civilian suit with a white shirt and dark bowtie. Just visible by his side is a hat with an… (2023-2940). Learn More »

CDV LITHOGRAPH OF MONUMENT TO THE 77TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

CDV LITHOGRAPH OF MONUMENT TO THE 77TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

Image shows the monument to the 77th New York Volunteer Infantry which stands in Congress Park in Saratoga Springs, New York. It was erected in 1875 by veterans of the regiment. Paper has some light… (160-327). Learn More »

VIEW OF SHELL DAMAGE ABOARD THE CONFEDERATE SHIP CSS TEASER – IMAGE #483 OF “BRADY’S ALBUM GALLERY”

VIEW OF SHELL DAMAGE ABOARD THE CONFEDERATE SHIP CSS TEASER – IMAGE #483 OF “BRADY’S ALBUM GALLERY”

Image shows part of the deck of the CSS TEASER. Visible in the foreground is a large hole with broken timbers caused by a shell. In the background one can see further up the deck past part of the… (160-371). Learn More »

LITHOGRAPH CDV OF THE CAPTURE AND DEATH OF JOHN WILKES BOOTH

LITHOGRAPH CDV OF THE CAPTURE AND DEATH OF JOHN WILKES BOOTH

Lithograph shows a burning tobacco barn with Booth at center throwing up his arms and dropping his crutches while off to the side is a figure representing Sergeant Boston Corbett looking through a… (160-346). Learn More »

$150.00
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CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX OF GEORGE WASHINGTON LITTON 29th VIRGINIA, CAPTURED AT DINWIDDIE COURTHOUSE/FIVE FORKS, DIED AS P.O.W. MAY 1865

CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX OF GEORGE WASHINGTON LITTON 29th VIRGINIA, CAPTURED AT DINWIDDIE COURTHOUSE/FIVE FORKS, DIED AS P.O.W. MAY 1865

This Confederate-made cartridge box follows the general lines of the U.S. 1857 pattern, is clearly inscribed by the Confederate soldier, is in excellent condition, must have made a wonderful war… (1179-627). Learn More »

$3,500.00
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E. & H. T. ANTHONY IMAGE OF GENERAL SILAS CASEY FROM A BRADY NEGATIVE

E. & H. T. ANTHONY IMAGE OF GENERAL SILAS CASEY FROM A BRADY NEGATIVE

Three-quarter seated view of Silas Casey in the uniform of a major general. Casey is posed seated in a chair with his hands in his lap. He wears dark double-breasted frockcoat and matching trousers.… (2023-3198). Learn More »

$75.00
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SEATED VIEW OF MAJOR GENERAL WILIAM FARRAR “BALDY” SMITH

SEATED VIEW OF MAJOR GENERAL WILIAM FARRAR “BALDY” SMITH

Image shows General Smith seated leaning against a table. He wears a dark double-breasted frock coat with black felt collar and cuffs with major general’s shoulder straps and light-colored trousers.… (160-409). Learn More »

$95.00
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EXTREMELY SCARCE NEW HAMPHIRE OFFICER’S FALSE EMBROIDERED HAT INSIGNIA

Regular army officers had been authorized a silver “U.S.” within a gold bullion wreath for wear on their undress caps in 1839. This was carried over in the 1851 regulations for use on the 1851 shako, but was embroidered directly on the blue band… (2020-912). Learn More »

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