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LOT OF BOUNTY RELATED DOCUMENTS – HENRY M. PARISH, 13TH MARYLAND (US) VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

LOT OF BOUNTY RELATED DOCUMENTS – HENRY M. PARISH, 13TH MARYLAND (US) VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

Document grouping for Henry M. Parish, 13th Maryland (US) Volunteer Infantry, formerly of the 1st Potomac Home Brigade (1st Maryland Infantry).  Three documents relating to Parish’s bounty payment,… (1053-51J) SOLD. Learn More »

$10.00
SOLD

THE LIBERATOR - BOSTON, FEBRUARY 18, 1859

THE LIBERATOR - BOSTON, FEBRUARY 18, 1859

Vol. XXXIX, No. 7. 4 pp., 17 x 24”, six columns. Exhibits fold-marks, w/ light chipping at margins, plus slight vertical stain at center of masthead. The Liberator was the nation’s leading… (998-1783) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

THE LIBERATOR - BOSTON, JUNE 26, 1863

THE LIBERATOR - BOSTON, JUNE 26, 1863

Vol. XXXIII No. 26. Whole No. 1690. 4 pp., 17.5 x 24.5.”  Exhibits fold-marks. Else VG plus. Founded by William Lloyd Garrison in 1831, The Liberator was the leading abolitionist journal of its… (998-2053) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

HISTORIC INSCRIBED SWORD OF COL. WASHINGTON PINCKNEY SHOOTER, 1st SOUTH CAROLINA, KILLED IN ACTION AT SPOTTSYLVANIA: “I KNOW THAT I AM A DEAD MAN.”

HISTORIC INSCRIBED SWORD OF COL. WASHINGTON PINCKNEY SHOOTER, 1st SOUTH CAROLINA, KILLED IN ACTION AT SPOTTSYLVANIA: “I KNOW THAT I AM A DEAD MAN.”

This historic sword has a German silver hilt and a silver scabbard making it fully appropriate for an officer in the prewar South Carolina militia, who favored silver for insignia, uniform trim, belt… (766-1741) SOLD. Learn More »

TINTYPE OF A DOG SITTING IN A CHAIR

TINTYPE OF A DOG SITTING IN A CHAIR

Image is of a dark haired dog with white on his chest and muzzle seated in a low-backed chair. Because the image is a tin and the dog is dark haired the image looks a bit dark but the chair the dog… (894-208) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE DUG AT GETTYSBURG, BY GETTYSBURG RESIDENT KEN BREAM

US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE DUG AT GETTYSBURG, BY GETTYSBURG RESIDENT KEN BREAM

Pattern 1839 oval US cartridge box plate with a nice brown patina throughout. Face is free of any major dings or dents. Reverse has 100% of the lead fill but both attachment loops are missing. The… (1163-47) SOLD. Learn More »

G.A.R. CALLING CARD, J.E. REID - 115th NEW YORK VOLS.

G.A.R. CALLING CARD, J.E. REID - 115th NEW YORK VOLS.

Calling card features an embossed image of a G.A.R. badge. Black lettering reads, "J.E. REID /  POST 62, G.A.R. DEPT. OF MASS. / RESIDENCE NEWTON CENTRE MASS. / CIVIL WAR CO. C, 115th REGT. N.Y.… (1094-249) SOLD. Learn More »

$20.00
SOLD

FEBRUARY 18, 1865 ISSUE OF THE CRIPPLE, UNION HOSPITAL NEWSPAPER

FEBRUARY 18, 1865 ISSUE OF THE CRIPPLE, UNION HOSPITAL NEWSPAPER

4 page newspaper measuring 9 1/2" x 12", published  at the headquarters of the Department of Washington hospitals at Alexandria, VA.  This paper was produced every Saturday between October 8, 1864… (1054-2639) SOLD. Learn More »

$40.00
SOLD

MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY OF CAPT. HENRY K. CRAIG , FIRST REGIMENT IN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, COL. F. R. FENWICK, AUG 31—OCT. 31ST, 1818

MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY OF CAPT. HENRY K. CRAIG , FIRST REGIMENT IN SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES, COL. F. R. FENWICK, AUG 31—OCT. 31ST, 1818

Dated “Fort Independence in the Harbor of Boston.” Signed by “H.K. Craig, Capt” and “Abraham Custis, Lt. Col. & Mustering Officer.” On Pre-printed form, 15.625” x 20.  Lists 61… (2021-78) SOLD. Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

PAIR OF “AFFIDAVIT FOR WIFE” DOCUMENTS – 49TH WISCONSIN; WISCONSIN VOLUNTEER AID FUND

PAIR OF “AFFIDAVIT FOR WIFE” DOCUMENTS – 49TH WISCONSIN; WISCONSIN VOLUNTEER AID FUND

A group of two documents, each sized 6”x7 ½  titled “Affidavit for Wife” for the purpose of securing financial benefits from the Wisconsin Volunteer Aid Fund.  Each document pertains to a… (1053-51M) SOLD. Learn More »

$15.00
SOLD

WAR-TIME LITHOGRAPH BUST VIEW OF GENERAL EDMUND KIRBY SMITH – GEORGIA PHOTOGRAPHER

WAR-TIME LITHOGRAPH BUST VIEW OF GENERAL EDMUND KIRBY SMITH – GEORGIA PHOTOGRAPHER

CDV is a lithographed bust view of Smith in the uniform of a Confederate general. Clarity is good contrast is a okay. Mount and paper are good. Bottom center of the mount has a printed caption of… (1138-494) SOLD. Learn More »

CDV FULL STANDING VIEW OF GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE BY BENDANN BROS

CDV FULL STANDING VIEW OF GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE BY BENDANN BROS

CDV shows General Lee posed holding his slouch hat by his side with one arm resting on the hilt of his sword. He wears a light-colored double-breasted frockcoat with the general’s rank insignia… (1138-307) SOLD. Learn More »

STEREO CARD VIEW OF THE GETTYSBURG CYCLORAMA BY PHILIPPOTEAUX

STEREO CARD VIEW OF THE GETTYSBURG CYCLORAMA BY PHILIPPOTEAUX

Card shows Wheeler’s New York Battery rushing to the front during Pickett’s Charge. Mount is yellow with “J. F. JONES PUBLISHER WASINGTON D.C.” on one edge and “SOLD ONLY BY UNDERWOOD &… (2021-1143) SOLD. Learn More »

$10.00
SOLD

STEREO CARD VIEW OF THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBBURG – PAINTING BY THURE DE THULSTRUP

STEREO CARD VIEW OF THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBBURG – PAINTING BY THURE DE THULSTRUP

Stereo card shows the height of Pickett’s Charge on July 3, 1863. In the left foreground are General Winfield S. Hancock and a line of Union infantry moving to the front where the Union and… (2021-1142) SOLD. Learn More »

$10.00
SOLD

$5 CSA CURRENCY 1861

$5 CSA CURRENCY 1861

This is a nice example of an earlier form of Confederate Currency, printed in September 2, 1861 series by Blanton Duncan.  Duncan served with the Confederacy forming a Kentucky volunteer infantry… (172-5873) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

1864 CSA T-71 $1 NOTE FEATURING CLEMENT C. CLAY, SENATOR FROM ALABAMA

1864 CSA T-71 $1 NOTE FEATURING CLEMENT C. CLAY, SENATOR FROM ALABAMA

An original piece of Confederate money, being the $1 CSA featuring Clement C. Clay of Alabama in the center. Engraved and printed by Keatinge & Ball of Columbia, SC.  Edward Keatinge ran an… (172-5875) SOLD. Learn More »

$85.00
SOLD

REVOLUTIONARY WAR FRENCH 1754 PATTERN BAYONET

REVOLUTIONARY WAR FRENCH 1754 PATTERN BAYONET

Introduced with the Model 1754 pattern musket, this pattern saw its greatest use in America during the Revolution. The bayonet drops the decorative incised lines on the underside of the socket, but… (1052-66) SOLD. Learn More »

U.S. ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT KEEPER FROM LITTLE ROUND TOP, GETTYSBURG, KEN BREAM COLLECTION

U.S. ENLISTEDMAN’S BELT KEEPER FROM LITTLE ROUND TOP, GETTYSBURG, KEN BREAM COLLECTION

This is an excavated piece from a Civil War enlistedman’s waist belt. It is a brass “keeper” that was mounted on the end of the belt which was used to keep the end of the belt from flopping… (1163-107) SOLD. Learn More »

$39.50
SOLD

CIRCA 1861 MINIATURE CS FLAG

CIRCA 1861 MINIATURE CS FLAG

Gauze flag that meas. approx. 2.56 inches x 1.75 inches mounted on a round stick approx. 6.00 inches. Flags have the alternating 13 red & white stripes with a blue field containing six stars, five… (224-387) SOLD. Learn More »

UNFRAMED SOLDIER’S MEMORIAL WITH PHOTO FOR 9TH NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY PRIVATE

UNFRAMED SOLDIER’S MEMORIAL WITH PHOTO FOR 9TH NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY PRIVATE

Large unframed document meas. approx. 15.00 x 18.75 inches attesting to the service of Private Lewis A. Lybolt of Company M, 9th New York Heavy Artillery. The pre-printed decorative document was… (2022-633) SOLD. Learn More »


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WINCHESTER MODEL 1866 RIFLE MADE IN 1876

Winchester made about 170,000 .44 caliber Model ‘66s in various configurations starting in 1866, when they overlapped with the last Henry rifles. Production ceased in 1884, but parts remained on hand and the last left the factory only in 1898. This… (169-479). Learn More »

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