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IRONSTONE CUP IN A RARE FIG PATTERN – PROBABLY BY DAVENPORT OR WEDGEWOOD

IRONSTONE CUP IN A RARE FIG PATTERN – PROBABLY BY DAVENPORT OR WEDGEWOOD

Dates to the 1850's.  Measures 3” tall, 3 ½” in diameter at rim, and 2” in diameter at base. No handle.  This cup features embossed leaves and figs with parallel lines around the perimeter. … (643-19). Learn More »

RAILROAD LANTERN ID’D TO 56TH PENNSYLVANIA VETERAN

RAILROAD LANTERN ID’D TO 56TH PENNSYLVANIA VETERAN

This small lantern stands approx.  9.00 inches high x 6.00 inches wide and is identified to Stephen H. Whitaker of Company A, 56th Pennsylvania. The lantern has a brass base that is marked on the… (217-214). Learn More »

LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY SLAPSTICK

LATE 19TH OR EARLY 20TH CENTURY SLAPSTICK

Slapsticks were used in the circus by clowns. A small caliber blank was inserted in one end and when the clown hit someone with the stick the blank would fire making a loud crack and some smoke. This… (172-3044). Learn More »

PACK OF CIVIL WAR PERIOD COMBS

PACK OF CIVIL WAR PERIOD COMBS

These are pocket combs made of tortoise shell. Each one meas. approx. 3.50 inches long x 1.00 inch high. The package looks to have 6 combs still inside the original paper wrapper with two combs… (108-446). Learn More »

PARIS MARKED PEWTER SHAVING MIRROR

PARIS MARKED PEWTER SHAVING MIRROR

Mirror is encased in a circular pewter case with removable lid. Lid is plain but underside was once lined with a purple cloth. Back of the case has tin wire stand. The back has an embossed oak leaf… (465-44). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG SHOE HORN

GETTYSBURG SHOE HORN

Advertising shoe horn for "Eckert's Store, On The Square, Gettysburg, Pa." The lettering is stamped into the face of the shoe horn. Finish is worn throughout which has allowed some rust to form. (67-936). Learn More »

HORN SNUFF BOX

HORN SNUFF BOX

Ca. 1860s-1870s Darkly colored horn box with hinged lid. Measures 3.5 x 1.875". Hinge slightly broken and sprung at one end, and lid is somewhat scratched. Else… (179-363). Learn More »

SINGLE BRASS CANDLESTICK HOLDER

SINGLE BRASS CANDLESTICK HOLDER

Ca. 1860s-1870s. Measures 9.5" in height, with 2" crown [for 1" candle], 3.5" square bass. Moderately tarnished with traces of verdigris around base. Else VG, & solid. (179-387). Learn More »

RHODE ISLAND "BAND OF HOPE" BADGE PIN

RHODE ISLAND "BAND OF HOPE" BADGE PIN

Ca. 1860s. Silver R.I. badge measuring 1" x 1.25", featuring a banner - 'BAND OF HOPE' - superimposed upon an anchor which is itself superimposed upon an American shield. Straight vertical pin… (179-66). Learn More »


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EXTREMELY RARE SPRINGFIELD ARMORY 1875 PATTERN LEE RIFLE, ONE OF JUST 143 MADE!

This rare U.S. martial rifle rates about fine for condition, with the metal excellent with 80 percent or better beautiful blue and sharp markings, and the wood only a bit under that in showing some scattered handling marks. The late 1860s and early… (172-5778). Learn More »

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