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GREAT LOT OF ACCOUTREMENTS ID'D TO 11TH MASSACHUSETTS BATTERY SOLDIER

GREAT LOT OF ACCOUTREMENTS ID'D TO 11TH MASSACHUSETTS BATTERY SOLDIER

This group of items all came together with two wonderful old handwritten tags testifying to the fact that they all belonged to Private James W. Pierce of the 11th Massachusetts Battery. All the items… (1179-295). Learn More »

REGIMENTALLY MARKED FORTY-NINTH NEW YORK KNAPSACK

REGIMENTALLY MARKED FORTY-NINTH NEW YORK KNAPSACK

This is the classic Civil War Union army “double-bag” knapsack personalized by a soldier of the 49th New York by the addition of a painted canvas cross of the 6th Corps with the number “49” in… (399-23). Learn More »

LEATHER SLING FOR THE PATTERN 1898 HAVERSACK

LEATHER SLING FOR THE PATTERN 1898 HAVERSACK

One piece sling made of bridle leather dyed a dark brown with a tooled line along each edge. Sling has one sliding leather keeper and a narrow brass claw hook on one end. The opposite end is doubled… (1037-234). Learn More »

LEATHER SLING FOR THE PATTERN 1898 HAVERSACK

LEATHER SLING FOR THE PATTERN 1898 HAVERSACK

Brown leather sling in overall very good condition. Strap is approx. 2.00 inches wide at center and tapers as it moves toward each end where it is only 1.25 inches wide. Each end has a brass hook for… (1037-238). Learn More »


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U.S. 1834 OFFICER’S SWORD OF MAJOR R.M. KIRBY U.S. ARMY WITH 6th PLATE AMBROTYPE BY REES OF SON JOSEPH L.S. KIRBY AS C.S. ARMY 2nd LIEUTENANT WITH THIS VERY SWORD, PART OF AN EXTENSIVE FAMILY ARCHIVE

This substantial archive descended in the family of Joseph Lee Smith Kirby (4 Nov. 1841- 28 July 1933,) who left West Point to join the Confederate Army in 1861 and was among the last to surrender in June 1865 at Galveston, TX. The extended family… (870-310). Learn More »

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