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US WORLD WAR TWO MODEL 1928 HAVERSACK IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

US WORLD WAR TWO MODEL 1928 HAVERSACK IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

Haversack is made of OD Green canvas that is in excellent condition. Unlike haversacks in most earlier wars this one was carried on the soldier’s back like a pack. The main central compartment is… (1216-16). Learn More »

US WORLD WAR TWO MODEL 1928 HAVERSACK IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

US WORLD WAR TWO MODEL 1928 HAVERSACK IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

Haversack is made of OD Green canvas that is in excellent condition. Unlike haversacks in most earlier wars this one was carried on the soldier’s back like a pack. The main central compartment is… (1216-15). Learn More »

LEATHER HOLSTER WITH VERBAL ID TO 17TH & 56TH NORTH CAROLINA CAPTAIN

LEATHER HOLSTER WITH VERBAL ID TO 17TH & 56TH NORTH CAROLINA CAPTAIN

Small black leather holster made for a small model pistol like a Colt pocket or Bacon revolver. Leather is very thin but in good supple condition. Outer flap has a 5.00 inch long strap sewn to the… (1179-533). Learn More »

ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY WITH ORIGINAL US INFANTRY HORN INSIGNIA AND FRAGMENT OF CIVIL WAR PERIOD FLAG

ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY WITH ORIGINAL US INFANTRY HORN INSIGNIA AND FRAGMENT OF CIVIL WAR PERIOD FLAG

Double matted in cream and red and measures 11” x14”, unframed. Original brass infantry insignia at center, on top of a 3 ½” x 2 ½” fragment of a 34 star flag. Minor bump at upper right… (M25233). Learn More »

INSCRIBED CS TIN DRUM CANTEEN CARRIED BY JOHN RODES, 62nd VIRGINIA MOUNTED INFANTRY

INSCRIBED CS TIN DRUM CANTEEN CARRIED BY JOHN RODES, 62nd VIRGINIA MOUNTED INFANTRY

This tin drum style canteen comes from the collections of the Texas Civil War Museum and was carried by John Rodes of the 62nd Virginia, who scratched his name into one side near the spout. The… (1179-621). Learn More »

$3,250.00
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US WORLD WAR TWO FIVE- POCKET MAGAZINE POUCH FOR THE THOMPSON SUB-MACHINE GUN WITH MAGAZINES

US WORLD WAR TWO FIVE- POCKET MAGAZINE POUCH FOR THE THOMPSON SUB-MACHINE GUN WITH MAGAZINES

OD green canvas five-pocket magazine pouch in excellent condition. All five pockets have working lift-a-dot fasteners and each pocket contains a 20-round magazine for the Thompson. Reverse has a long… (1216-150). Learn More »

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE WOOD DRUM CANTEEN, INSCRIBED, WITH SLING

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE WOOD DRUM CANTEEN, INSCRIBED, WITH SLING

This is a great example of the classic Civil War Confederate wood drum canteen. These used simple lathe-turned front and back faces with staves curved to fit round them and grooved to hold them in… (1179-622). Learn More »

US CIVIL WAR LARGE OIL LANTERN WITH ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT MARKED GLOBE

US CIVIL WAR LARGE OIL LANTERN WITH ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT MARKED GLOBE

Lantern is known as an “arm lantern” due to the large “O” ring attached at top which allows the user to put his arm through the ring to hold the lantern and still have both hands free to… (410-850). Learn More »

USMC 1942 DATED MAP CASE

USMC 1942 DATED MAP CASE

OD green canvas case in excellent condition. Outer flap as two lift-a-dot closures. Once open, the underside of the flap has a strong “U.S.M.C.” in black ink. The body of the case has three large… (1216-141). Learn More »

FRAMED RELICS DUG FROM THE CAMP OF THE 71ST NEW YORK INFANTRY AT DONCASTER, MARYLAND

FRAMED RELICS DUG FROM THE CAMP OF THE 71ST NEW YORK INFANTRY AT DONCASTER, MARYLAND

Frame contains 11 pieces. An infantry hunting horn insignia at center, surrounded by seven three-piece New York “EXCELSIOR” coat buttons and one three-piece cuff button of the same style as well… (410-854). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED FIRST LIEUTENANT OF INFANTRY SMITH PATENT SHOULDER STRAPS: MARION COUNTY REGIMENT INDIANA LEGION AND 104th INDIANA “MINUTE MEN”

IDENTIFIED FIRST LIEUTENANT OF INFANTRY SMITH PATENT SHOULDER STRAPS: MARION COUNTY REGIMENT INDIANA LEGION AND 104th INDIANA “MINUTE MEN”

These infantry 1st Lieutenant shoulder straps are the Smith patent, using thin stamped gilt brass in imitation of bullion embroidery for the borders and the rank bars, which are attached to a light… (480-335). Learn More »

VERY VERY NICE U.S. PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE

VERY VERY NICE U.S. PATTERN 1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE

This US shoulder belt plate was to be affixed on the front of the shoulder belt for the infantry cartridge box. It features the spread-winged eagle design. Brass face remains clean and bright.… (172-5966). Learn More »

$225.00
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CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S OR PRIVATE PURCHASE HAVERSACK WITH STENCIL

CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S OR PRIVATE PURCHASE HAVERSACK WITH STENCIL

Scarce Civil War privately purchased haversack. These were better quality than the issue version, but are just as scarce or scarcer, less from durability than from the sheer numbers made of the… (1179-484). Learn More »

GERMAN SILVER BUGLE AND DISCHARGE OF BEVERLY W. MUSSELMAN, COMPANY MUSICIAN AND PRINCIPAL MUSICIAN: 13th PA Militia, 178th PA, 210th PA. MENTIONED IN A 1915 COUNTY HISTORY

GERMAN SILVER BUGLE AND DISCHARGE OF BEVERLY W. MUSSELMAN, COMPANY MUSICIAN AND PRINCIPAL MUSICIAN: 13th PA Militia, 178th PA, 210th PA. MENTIONED IN A 1915 COUNTY HISTORY

This German silver bugle is made with a double-coil tube fitted with ferrules joining the sections and has a bell garland. It matches very closely a horn made by Joerdans of NY, illustrated as Figure… (2023-2833). Learn More »

TWO-PIECE OFFICER’S SWORD BELT PLATE

TWO-PIECE OFFICER’S SWORD BELT PLATE

This brass t2o-piece interlocking officer’s sword belt plate is a pattern that started about 1830 and was very popular among pre-Civil War militia officers, some of whom wore them into service… (142-100). Learn More »

$550.00
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SCARCE PAIR OF ELEGANT CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S BRASS EAGLEHEAD BOX-TYPE SPURS

SCARCE PAIR OF ELEGANT CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S BRASS EAGLEHEAD BOX-TYPE SPURS

A very nice pair of English-made spurs imported for the American market combining the scarce military eagle-head form of spur with a just as scarce patented “box-type” fastening system. The system… (1179-487). Learn More »

CARTRIDGE BOX BELT PLATE FROM THE SITE OF HATCH’S ASSAULT AT SECOND MANASSAS

CARTRIDGE BOX BELT PLATE FROM THE SITE OF HATCH’S ASSAULT AT SECOND MANASSAS

This is a nice example of the regulation belt plate for the infantry cartridge box shoulder sling recovered at a critical spot on the battlefield of Second Manassas: the site of Hatch’s August 30… (490-5828). Learn More »

$495.00
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U.S. BELT PLATE RECOVERED BY SYD KERKSIS WEST OF THE CHURCH AT SHILOH IN SEPTEMBER 1959

U.S. BELT PLATE RECOVERED BY SYD KERKSIS WEST OF THE CHURCH AT SHILOH IN SEPTEMBER 1959

This is a very good condition excavated example of the regulation 1839 pattern infantry belt plate used throughout the Civil War. This comes with its original collection envelope with its ink notes by… (490-5805). Learn More »

PATTERN 1839 OVAL US BELT PLATE FROM GETTYSBURG

PATTERN 1839 OVAL US BELT PLATE FROM GETTYSBURG

The face of the plate has a good strong “US” stamping and a mixed dusty looking light and dark patina from ground action and oxidation. Reverse has 95% of the lead fill with both arrow hooks and… (490-5790). Learn More »

$450.00
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CIVIL WAR NEW YORK OFFICER’S SWORD BELT PLATE

CIVIL WAR NEW YORK OFFICER’S SWORD BELT PLATE

These plates followed the lines of the U.S. Model 1851 sword belt plate to be worn by officers and by enlisted men armed with swords. The difference between the two was mostly in the lower quality of… (1156-29). Learn More »


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IMPORT MODEL 1850 CIVIL WAR FIELD & STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO COL. RICHARD M. CORWINE, MEMBER OF GENERAL FREMONT’S STAFF

Original Civil War Model 1850 Field & Staff officer’s sword in nice condition complete with its metal scabbard. Sword is unmarked and is no doubt an import item. It is identified by a presentation inscription to R. M. Corwine, Aide-de-camp to… (870-157). Learn More »

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