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INDIAN WAR ERA TELESCOPE

INDIAN WAR ERA TELESCOPE

Brass body covered in leather measures 9 ¾ inches when closed. When extended the three brass sections measure approx. 19 ¼ inches. Leather covering shows light wear all over. Brass has light patina… (172-3427). Learn More »

CAGE CRINOLINE, LATE 1860s

CAGE CRINOLINE, LATE 1860s

Cage crinoline, 29" long, 80" circumference at bottom edge, six vertical 1⅝" wide woven tapes, 25 thread covered steels, woven tape waistband accommodates 22"-24" waist – buckle missing, leather… (742-57). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $175.00

CAGE CRINOLINE C. 1870S

CAGE CRINOLINE C. 1870S

Narrow cage crinoline worn during the early bustle era. Constructed with five vertical 1¾" wide vertical tapes. Ten 1/16"-wide thread-covered steels create shaping at the top of the crinoline.… (742-53). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $200.00

CIRCA LATE 19TH CENTURY – EARLY 20TH CENTURY WESTERN SPURS

CIRCA LATE 19TH CENTURY – EARLY 20TH CENTURY WESTERN SPURS

This pair of Western Spurs is moderately rusted with a small, 2” leather strap on one of the spurs. One piece missing from  rowel. Unusually wide spurs (1”) and large rowels (approx. 2 ¼”… (784-42). Learn More »

COTTON UNDERSKIRT

COTTON UNDERSKIRT

Brown glazed cotton underskirt created from the lining of a post-war dress skirt.  Original stiffened cotton hem facing and wool hem braid still attached. Waist has been altered several times. 39½"… (742-105). Learn More »

COLONIAL ERA WOMAN’S SHOE BUCKLES

COLONIAL ERA WOMAN’S SHOE BUCKLES

This is a pair of matching woman’s shoe buckles. These have a plain dark metal border with leather inserts. Both are in good condition. These are not often… (286-101). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA LADIES’ OR CHILD’S SPURS

CIVIL WAR ERA LADIES’ OR CHILD’S SPURS

Small pair of brass spurs, measuring 2.75” from heel forward, 2.625” in width. Attractive brass spurs. Spiked rowels measure 1.25” in diameter, and are in perfect condition. The pair exhibit and… (172-3538). Learn More »

GEN. JOSEPH WHEELER/ SPANISH AMERICAN WAR CALLING CARD

GEN. JOSEPH WHEELER/ SPANISH AMERICAN WAR CALLING CARD

White one-sided card, 2.75 x 1.375”, with following printed inscription: “Joseph Wheeler / Waldorf Astoria……United States Army.” Card is slightly yellowed, with pair of glue markings… (195-149). Learn More »

$80.00
Originally $100.00

CASED SET OF LABORATORY BRASS WEIGHTS MADE BY SIKES, LONDON

CASED SET OF LABORATORY BRASS WEIGHTS MADE BY SIKES, LONDON

In fine original condition is this complete, well-constructed standard set of hydrometer brass weights was produced by the well-known London instrument maker, Bartholomew Sikes. Used in laboratory… (727-425). Learn More »

FRENCH ARMY CAVALRY KERCHIEF

FRENCH ARMY CAVALRY KERCHIEF

Ca. 1850. "Muchoirs D'Instruction Militaire No. 3 Cavalerie/ Manufacture de E. Renault a Rouen." White linen scarf with .5" red bordering round the edges, measuring 28 x 29", with red circle within… (M20338). Learn More »

$60.00
Originally $85.00

FRENCH ARMY CAVALRY KERCHIEF

FRENCH ARMY CAVALRY KERCHIEF

Ca. 1850. "Muchoirs D'Instruction Militare No. 3 Cavalerie, manufacture de E. Renault a Rouen." White linen scarf with .5" red bordering and red trimmed circle within, measuring 20" in diameter.… (M20337). Learn More »

$75.00
Originally $100.00

ORIGINAL, SILVER 5th CORPS BADGE FROM THE 91ST PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

ORIGINAL, SILVER 5th CORPS BADGE FROM THE 91ST PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

This silver, Maltese Cross 5th Army Corps disc is from an unidentified member of the 91st Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. Organized in September 1861, the 91st Pennsylvania Infantry was an… (465-186). Learn More »

CAST BRONZE LINCOLN CABIN BOOKENDS

CAST BRONZE LINCOLN CABIN BOOKENDS

A pair of cast bronze bookends showing the image of the Lincoln birthplace cabin. The cabin, trees and grass had been highlighted in color when this set was manufactured. Located on the reverse side… (30-1758). Learn More »

LARGE CIVIL WAR ERA DRAFTING PARALLEL

LARGE CIVIL WAR ERA DRAFTING PARALLEL

Pair of ebony wood parallels connected by two brass arms. Each arm is nicely scalloped and anchored by a brass pin. The wood is in good condition. Each parallel meas. approx. 15.00 inches… (286-47). Learn More »

VERY FINE, OPEN-FACE STYLE ENGLISH GOLD POCKET WATCH

VERY FINE, OPEN-FACE STYLE ENGLISH GOLD POCKET WATCH

Here is an original English-made, stem-wind pocket watch manufactured by the British firm of Tobias & Company of Liverpool. M.I. Tobias (Michael Isac) started a watchmaking career in Liverpool… (286-45). Learn More »

GLAZED STONEWARE TAPERED INK POT

GLAZED STONEWARE TAPERED INK POT

Small 19th century salt glaze ink pot. Stands 2” in height by 1 ¾” in top diameter. Some chipping located on both lip and base. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER… (179-564). Learn More »

CHILD’S IRONSTONE SAUCER BY T & R BOOTE IN 1851 PATTERN

CHILD’S IRONSTONE SAUCER BY T & R BOOTE IN 1851 PATTERN

Measures 4 ¼” in diameter. This decagonal plate features embossed leaves and figs with parallel lines around the perimeter.  Carries the T & R Boote mark along with diagonal English registry… (643-21). Learn More »

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. … (643-19A). Learn More »

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 »


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INSCRIBED SWORD OF CAPT. HENRY WARREN, 7th MAINE, KIA SPOTSYLVANIA

This 1850 foot officer’s sword is nicely inscribed on the face of the pommel, “Henry Warren / 7” Maine / Regt.” The hilt and blade are regulation, with brass pommel cast and chased with leaves and a rosette at the lower face, and the openwork… (1117-116). Learn More »

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