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FANTASTIC GOLD-MOUNTED APPOMATTOX WOOD CARVED PIPE WITH CASE – 12TH WEST VIRGINIA INFANTRY

FANTASTIC GOLD-MOUNTED APPOMATTOX WOOD CARVED PIPE WITH CASE – 12TH WEST VIRGINIA INFANTRY

The day after Generals Grant and Lee met to arrange the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia the two Generals met again for a brief time under an apple tree and when the meeting was over… (30-2205). Learn More »

$11,500.00
Originally $14,500.00

SCARCE 1862 DATED CO. C 115th NY SOLDIERS RECORD WITH PHOTOGRAPHS: TWO OF KIA OFFICERS

SCARCE 1862 DATED CO. C 115th NY SOLDIERS RECORD WITH PHOTOGRAPHS: TWO OF KIA OFFICERS

A lot of these large-format lithographs are late war or postwar service memorials. This is a nice early war example of those offered by peddlers in army camps who might take orders for souvenirs to be… (1094-128). Learn More »

SCARCE 1862 DATED CO. D 115th NY SOLDIERS RECORD WITH PHOTOGRAPHS

SCARCE 1862 DATED CO. D 115th NY SOLDIERS RECORD WITH PHOTOGRAPHS

This is a nice early war example of a “soldier’s record,” typical of those offered by peddlers in early war army camps as souvenirs to be sent to the folks back home and hung up as a service… (1094-127). Learn More »

PHOTO ARCHIVE AND INSIGNIA GROUPING WITH CORPS BADGE IDENTIFIED TO 54TH NEW YORK SERGEANT DANIEL MULLER

PHOTO ARCHIVE AND INSIGNIA GROUPING WITH CORPS BADGE IDENTIFIED TO 54TH NEW YORK SERGEANT DANIEL MULLER

The items in this lot are identified to Daniel Muller (carried on the rolls as MOLLER) of the 54th New York Infantry. Daniel Muller was born in Hanover, Germany and later came to the United States. At… (2021-270). Learn More »

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - THE MEMOIRS OF FIELD-MARSHALL MONTGOMERY

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - THE MEMOIRS OF FIELD-MARSHALL MONTGOMERY

This book comes from the library of Lieutenant General Clarence Ralph Huebner and bears his name  as “C R HUEBNER” & "HUEBNER". A farm boy from Bushton, Kansas, who spent almost seven years… (128-1189). Learn More »

PRACTICAL ADVICE FOR SOLDIERS: 1862 INSCRIBED COPY OF ALFRED A. SAWYER, 6th MASSACHUSETTS, FROM HIS YOUNG WIFE

PRACTICAL ADVICE FOR SOLDIERS: 1862 INSCRIBED COPY OF ALFRED A. SAWYER, 6th MASSACHUSETTS, FROM HIS YOUNG WIFE

This is a very nicely inscribed and documented copy of “Advice for Soldiers,” fully titled, “Take Care of Your Health: Advice for Soldiers,” by W.W. Hall, M.D., published by the American Tract… (286-804). Learn More »

PORTIONS OF THE “OLD ARMY BLANKET CARRIED & USED BY JOHN MCDANIELS THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR 1861 – 1865”

PORTIONS OF THE “OLD ARMY BLANKET CARRIED & USED BY JOHN MCDANIELS THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR 1861 – 1865”

This is a nicely documented section, in two pieces, of a regulation Civil War army issue blanket with an old pencil note that was pinned to it at some point, reading, “Old army Blanket carried &… (846-248). Learn More »

$1,095.00
Originally $1,500.00

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - 1928 COPY OF “ARMY RETIREMENTS BASED ON THE ARMY REGISTER 1923”

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - 1928 COPY OF “ARMY RETIREMENTS BASED ON THE ARMY REGISTER 1923”

This book comes from the library of Lieutenant General Clarence Ralph Huebner and bears his name  as “C R HUEBNER” & "HUEBNER". A farm boy from Bushton, Kansas, who spent almost seven years… (128-1184). Learn More »

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - 1963 COPY OF “THEY FOUGHT ALONE” BY JOHN KEATS

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - 1963 COPY OF “THEY FOUGHT ALONE” BY JOHN KEATS

This book comes from the library of Lieutenant General Clarence Ralph Huebner and bears his name  as “C R HUEBNER”. A farm boy from Bushton, Kansas, who spent almost seven years serving from… (128-1188). Learn More »

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - 1958 COPY OF “WHAT HAPPENED AT PEARL HARBOR” BY HANS LOUIS TREFOUSSE

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - 1958 COPY OF “WHAT HAPPENED AT PEARL HARBOR” BY HANS LOUIS TREFOUSSE

This book comes from the library of Lieutenant General Clarence Ralph Huebner and bears his name  as “RALPH HUEBNER”. A farm boy from Bushton, Kansas, who spent almost seven years serving from… (128-1185). Learn More »

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - WARTIME 1942 COPY OF “SOUND MILITARY DECISION” PUBLISHED BY THE U. S. NAVAL WAR COLLEGE

BOOK FROM THE LIBRARY OF WORLD WAR TWO 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION COMMANDER GENERAL CLARENCE R. HUEBNER - WARTIME 1942 COPY OF “SOUND MILITARY DECISION” PUBLISHED BY THE U. S. NAVAL WAR COLLEGE

This book comes from the library of Lieutenant General Clarence Ralph Huebner and bears his name  as “C. R. HUEBNER”. A farm boy from Bushton, Kansas, who spent almost seven years serving from… (128-1186). Learn More »

SOMERSET COUNTY MAINE VETERANS RIBBON, COL. DYER ESTATE 15th MAINE

SOMERSET COUNTY MAINE VETERANS RIBBON, COL. DYER ESTATE 15th MAINE

Blue silk ribbon with black lettering for the Somerset Veterans Association meeting of April 1883 with a small American eagle perched on a US shield. Slight fading to the lettering. Skowhegan, the… (1097-80). Learn More »

LOT OF THREE POST-WAR MANUALS IDENTIFIED TO GENERAL THOMAS H. RUGER

LOT OF THREE POST-WAR MANUALS IDENTIFIED TO GENERAL THOMAS H. RUGER

Thomas Howard Ruger was born April 2, 1833 in Lima, New York, and moved to Janesville, Wisconsin in 1846. He graduated from the U.S. Military Academy in 1854, third in his class of forty-six, and was… (1117-189). Learn More »

BEAUTIFUL IDENTIFIED ISAAC BARNES BOWIE KNIFE – ENGLISH BORN EDMUND JOWETT, AUSTRALIAN EMIGRANT WHO WAS A POLITICIAN AND A RANCHER

BEAUTIFUL IDENTIFIED ISAAC BARNES BOWIE KNIFE – ENGLISH BORN EDMUND JOWETT, AUSTRALIAN EMIGRANT WHO WAS A POLITICIAN AND A RANCHER

Isaac Barnes took over the Sheffield operation of his father, Edward Barnes, in 1871. Knives made by the firm as Edward Barnes or Edward Barnes and Sons had found an appreciative market in America and… (30-2230). Learn More »

“IN MEMORIAM OF GETTYSBURG 1863” SILVER PLATE GOBLET

“IN MEMORIAM OF GETTYSBURG 1863” SILVER PLATE GOBLET

This silver-plated goblet measures 6 ½ inches tall and 3 ½ inches in diameter across the top. The goblet has nice, undisturbed patina and no dents or damage. The face is engraved with a wreath of… (179-1079). Learn More »

GOLD PRESENTATION MILITIA MEDAL FOR MARKSMANSHIP 1841: ALONZO COY, MILITIA OFFICER, GOLD RUSH, VIGILANCE COMMITTEE, CIVIL WAR OFFICER

GOLD PRESENTATION MILITIA MEDAL FOR MARKSMANSHIP 1841: ALONZO COY, MILITIA OFFICER, GOLD RUSH, VIGILANCE COMMITTEE, CIVIL WAR OFFICER

This beautiful gold badge is in the shape of a small framed testimonial. The tooled raised border imitates a carved wood frame with floral designs and a recessed central panel is inscribed in script:… (30-2227). Learn More »

SILVER SHIELD STYLE ID BADGE BELONGING TO DAVID DONNER OF CO. K, 3rd NJ VOLS.

SILVER SHIELD STYLE ID BADGE BELONGING TO DAVID DONNER OF CO. K, 3rd NJ VOLS.

This small patriotic shield badge measures just shy of one inch long by ¾ of an inch wide. The badge itself is quite thin and is missing its pin-back latch. The engraving is legible; however there is… (M26066). Learn More »

INSTRUCTIONS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF ARMIES OF THE UNTIED STATES IN THE FIELD—ID’D TO BVT. BRIG. GENL. ISAAC DYER [COL. 15TH MAINE]

INSTRUCTIONS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF ARMIES OF THE UNTIED STATES IN THE FIELD—ID’D TO BVT. BRIG. GENL. ISAAC DYER [COL. 15TH MAINE]

By Francis Lieber, LL.D. Published by D. Van Nostrand, New York, 1863. Owner signature, title page, in ink: “Isaac Dyer”.  Beige Wraps, 86 pp, 7.5 x 5”. Exhibits light wear. Else VG plus. Isaac… (1097-35). Learn More »

INSTRUCTION FOR OFFICERS ON OUTPOST AND PATROL DUTY ID’D TO LT. COL. ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE

INSTRUCTION FOR OFFICERS ON OUTPOST AND PATROL DUTY ID’D TO LT. COL. ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE

Published by the War Dept., 1861]. Owner signature, title page, in ink—Isaac Dyer Lieut. Col./ 15th Regt. Me Vol.” Beige wraps, 24 pp., 7.375 x 4.75”. Exhibits slight wear & soiling at the… (1097-34). Learn More »

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WAR PAPERS: THE MAINE COMMANDERY.  [MOLLUS] — ID’D TO BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL ISAAC DYER [COL. 15TH MAINE]

WAR PAPERS: THE MAINE COMMANDERY. [MOLLUS] — ID’D TO BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL ISAAC DYER [COL. 15TH MAINE]

2 vols. Published by the Thurston Print, Portland, Me, 1898. Owner book stamp, front eps (both volumes): “Isaac Dyer/ Skowhegan..Me.” 350, 352 pp., maps. In blue glazed cloth w/gilt embossed… (1097-42). Learn More »


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FANTASTIC GOLD-MOUNTED APPOMATTOX WOOD CARVED PIPE WITH CASE – 12TH WEST VIRGINIA INFANTRY

The day after Generals Grant and Lee met to arrange the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia the two Generals met again for a brief time under an apple tree and when the meeting was over soldiers descended on the tree taking parts of it as… (30-2205). Learn More »

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