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FANTASTIC BADGE OF THE 14TH ARMY CORPS, ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND TABLEAU IDENTIFIED TO PRIVATE HENRY ELVER, 9TH OHIO INFANTRY – WOUNDED AT CHICKAMAUGA

FANTASTIC BADGE OF THE 14TH ARMY CORPS, ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND TABLEAU IDENTIFIED TO PRIVATE HENRY ELVER, 9TH OHIO INFANTRY – WOUNDED AT CHICKAMAUGA

This piece was sold by Heritage Auctions in 2017. Their description continues to be accurate regarding content and condition. It follows below: The votive-style tableau includes Elver's 14th Corp… (159-162). Learn More »

$4,500.00
ON HOLD

LINCOLN ASSASSINATION - PETERSON HOUSE WALLPAPER SECTION

LINCOLN ASSASSINATION - PETERSON HOUSE WALLPAPER SECTION

Faded red in color, measures .5” x .75. Matches color of wall paper pattern depicted in illustrations provided of Lincoln’s death bed scene. Includes copy of announcement: “Wall Paper Section /… (2022-2159). Learn More »

POCKET MIRROR IDENTIFIED TO 34TH MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER

POCKET MIRROR IDENTIFIED TO 34TH MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER

Rectangular tin backed mirror that meas. approx. 3.25 x 4.00 inches with a folding wire stand on the reverse. Tin frame and stand are good. Mirror has darkened reducing its reflective… (846-386). Learn More »

HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT SILVER MOUNTED SOUTH CAROLINA PRESENTATION CANE

HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT SILVER MOUNTED SOUTH CAROLINA PRESENTATION CANE

Offered here is perhaps one of the most significant and historic relics we have had the pleasure to handle. It is not only of great importance to South Carolina history but to US history in general… (715-35). Learn More »

FRAMED MEMORIAL - PRIVATE CLARK M. LOOMIS, 6th CONNECTICUT INFANTRY

FRAMED MEMORIAL - PRIVATE CLARK M. LOOMIS, 6th CONNECTICUT INFANTRY

Post-war period piece, framed in brown wood w/interior gilt trim, 20.75” x 26.75, w/wood backing. Colored card shield memorial, blue & red, topped w/flag & American eagle. Frame does not… (2022-686). Learn More »

US WORLD WAR ONE FRENCH MADE MESS KIT WITH KNIFE, FORK AND SPOON IDENTIFIED TO 28TH DIVISION SOLDIER

US WORLD WAR ONE FRENCH MADE MESS KIT WITH KNIFE, FORK AND SPOON IDENTIFIED TO 28TH DIVISION SOLDIER

Model 1910 meat can more commonly known as the mess kit. It has a flat oval lid mated to a 1.50 inch deep pan. The pattern is the standard US pattern for the period but this kit is marked on the… (772-20). Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

JOURNALS OF ANDREW VAN EMAN WILSON, 77th OHIO

JOURNALS OF ANDREW VAN EMAN WILSON, 77th OHIO

Wilson was born 3/26/1842 in Beaver County, Pa. At the beginning of the war, he was living in Washington County, Ohio, on a farm with his parents and five siblings. He joined the army in late August… (1052-164). Learn More »

HONORABLE DISCHARGE MEDAL OF SPENCER ADKINS, 13TH WEST VIRGINIA INFANTRY

HONORABLE DISCHARGE MEDAL OF SPENCER ADKINS, 13TH WEST VIRGINIA INFANTRY

The state of West Virginia authorized medals for its Union veterans in 1866. Some 26,099 were produced by A. Demarest of New York, die-sinker and engraver, with J. Sigel finishing the dies. These were… (844-09). Learn More »

HONORABLE DISCHARGE MEDAL OF GEORGE L. JAMES,  CO. A 11th WEST VIRGINIA INFANTRY

HONORABLE DISCHARGE MEDAL OF GEORGE L. JAMES, CO. A 11th WEST VIRGINIA INFANTRY

The state of West Virginia authorized medals for its Union veterans in 1866. Some 26,099 were produced by A. Demarest of New York, die-sinker and engraver, with J. Sigel finishing the dies. These were… (844-07). Learn More »

1863 DATED WALKING STICK IDENTIFIED TO MARYLAND GOVERNOR AUGUSTUS W. BRADFORD

1863 DATED WALKING STICK IDENTIFIED TO MARYLAND GOVERNOR AUGUSTUS W. BRADFORD

Attractive wooden walking stick we believe to be made of ebony, with a gold knob at top. The walking stick meas. approx. 33.50 inches long. The bottom end is missing the finial but the top has a very… (766-1824). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE BLANKET BROUGHT HOME BY 4TH WEST VIRGINIA CAVALRY TROOPER, WITH TROOPER’S DISCHARGE & TWO PHOTOS OF HIM AS AN OLDER MAN

CONFEDERATE BLANKET BROUGHT HOME BY 4TH WEST VIRGINIA CAVALRY TROOPER, WITH TROOPER’S DISCHARGE & TWO PHOTOS OF HIM AS AN OLDER MAN

Blanket is made of a thin coarse butternut brown wool with faded red end stripes along both edges and ends. The red stripes are formed by eight parallel rows of red stitching. Taken together the eight… (1179-163). Learn More »

RARE REGULATION CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY BLANKET IDENTIFIED TO 1ST MAINE LIGHT ARTILLERY SOLDIER

RARE REGULATION CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY BLANKET IDENTIFIED TO 1ST MAINE LIGHT ARTILLERY SOLDIER

One of the scarcer textile items of the Civil War is the regulation blanket. Besides the scarcity due to hard service and discarding during and after the war, these blankets would have had use for any… (1179-190). Learn More »

WALKING STICK PRESENTED TO 4TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY OFFICER

WALKING STICK PRESENTED TO 4TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY OFFICER

This wooden walking stick with silver engraved knob was presented by Colonel Thomas Smith of the 36th Virginia Infantry to Captain Alexander D. Payne of Company H, 4th Virginia Cavalry. The walnut… (2022-1796). Learn More »

$2,500.00
ON HOLD

1864 SOLDIER POCKET DIARY - SERGEANT LEROY TERRY, 121ST NEW YORK INFANTRY [GETTYSBURG REGIMENT]; WIA SALEM CHURCH, VA, MAY 1864

1864 SOLDIER POCKET DIARY - SERGEANT LEROY TERRY, 121ST NEW YORK INFANTRY [GETTYSBURG REGIMENT]; WIA SALEM CHURCH, VA, MAY 1864

“Diary 1864”, published New York, 1864. Black lea,, 3 x 4.75”, fldg. flap. Two owner inscriptions: Front eps, “Segt. Leroy Terry, Co. “I”, 121st New York”—Opposite title page, “Leroy… (480-269). Learn More »

$750.00
ON HOLD

POCKET NEW TESTAMENT BIBLE ID’D TO PRIVATE HENRY B. POTTER, 121ST NEW YORK INFANTRY / PRIVATE HENRY CARR, 14TH NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY

POCKET NEW TESTAMENT BIBLE ID’D TO PRIVATE HENRY B. POTTER, 121ST NEW YORK INFANTRY / PRIVATE HENRY CARR, 14TH NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY

This bible is worn, missing its title page and the first 12 Chapters of St. Matthew. It is worn and in poor condition, condition, with its outer spine covering gone, but with tight spine signatures,… (480-271). Learn More »

$250.00
ON HOLD

INTERESTING KNITTED COMFORTER NAMED TO CAPTAIN E. BLACKMAR

INTERESTING KNITTED COMFORTER NAMED TO CAPTAIN E. BLACKMAR

Hand knit comforter meas. 61.00 x 52.00 inches. It is made of alternating stripes using various shades of red wool yarn. Worked into the central stripe in dark brown yarn is “CAPT. E.… (1179-228). Learn More »

A SOUVENIR FROM STONEWALL JACKSON'S HOUSE

A SOUVENIR FROM STONEWALL JACKSON'S HOUSE

This attractive 11” x 14” unframed display features a 2 3/8” x 1 7/8” piece of coverlet that was owned by Colonel Elijah W. Penny who had service in three Indiana Union regiments and was… (M26440). Learn More »

IDENTIFICATION DISK OF RUSSEL C. JACKSON, CO. K, 64th NEW YORK

IDENTIFICATION DISK OF RUSSEL C. JACKSON, CO. K, 64th NEW YORK

This brass identification disk is about the size of a silver dollar and has been stamped on the face with the words “Russel C Jackson / Leon Catt’s Co. NY” around the perimeter of the circular… (490-3753). Learn More »

BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED HOMEMADE SADDLE VALISE USED BY 31ST MASSACHUSETTS OFFICER WITH TAG FROM FAMILY

BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED HOMEMADE SADDLE VALISE USED BY 31ST MASSACHUSETTS OFFICER WITH TAG FROM FAMILY

This handsewn canvas valise was made for George V. Bristol when he served as a lieutenant in the 31st Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. Bristol, whose profession was "merchant tailor," may well have… (1179-296). Learn More »

MASSACHUSETTS MINUTEMAN MEDAL OF RICHARD H. FISHER 4th MASS, AND LATER 39th MASS, WIA WILDERNESS

MASSACHUSETTS MINUTEMAN MEDAL OF RICHARD H. FISHER 4th MASS, AND LATER 39th MASS, WIA WILDERNESS

The edge of this Massachusetts Minuteman Medal is stamped “RICHARD H. FISHER PRVT. H 4TH. REG. Fisher, a 28 year-old stonecutter from Quincy, who joined the 4th Mass. Militia Infantry, a three-month… (844-18). Learn More »


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CS ENLISTED CAVALRY SABER AND SCABBARD BY MARSHALL OR KRAFT, GOLDSCHMIDT AND KRAFT

Swords and scabbards of this pattern may be seen in several public collections, such the Wray Collection in the Atlanta History Center. Albaugh attributed them to to Kraft, Goldschmidt and Kraft of Columbia, SC. Although in recent years a few have… (870-565). Learn More »

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