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EXCELLENT CIVIL WAR ISSUE FORAGE CAP

EXCELLENT CIVIL WAR ISSUE FORAGE CAP

This is an excellent example of the Union army regulation issue forage cap that is solid and displays very well, showing strong color, no moth damage (we see just one pinprick that might qualify,)… (2024-541) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 8th TEXAS CAVALRY SPUR

CONFEDERATE 8th TEXAS CAVALRY SPUR

This spur was excavated in a camp of the 8th Texas Cavalry, more often referred to as Terry’s Texas Rangers, perhaps the best-known Confederate cavalry regiment. The spur is in very good condition,… (1179-1487) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

CIVIL WAR ISSUE L.J. & I. PHILLIPS CONTRACT FORAGE CAP WITH INFANTRY INSIGNIA

CIVIL WAR ISSUE L.J. & I. PHILLIPS CONTRACT FORAGE CAP WITH INFANTRY INSIGNIA

This original Civil War Union army forage still has its original contractor’s paper label inside reading, "Size No 4 / 7 8/1 / U.S. Army. / L. J. & I. Phillips." The “8/1” is an original… (2024-542) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE TEXAS CAVALRY IRON SPUR

CONFEDERATE TEXAS CAVALRY IRON SPUR

Confederate spurs show a wonderful variety. This one was excavated from a Texas cavalry camp in Arkansas. First off, it’s iron rather than brass. The heel band is flat, exceptionally wide, and… (1179-1502) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

US MAKER MARKED AND INSPECTED CAP BOX WITH PERCUSSION CAPS STILL IN IT

US MAKER MARKED AND INSPECTED CAP BOX WITH PERCUSSION CAPS STILL IN IT

This is a very good example of the regulation cap box carried by literally every soldier with a percussion arm. This is the standard configuration using a one-piece outer flap with integral latch tab,… (490-6896) SOLD. Learn More »

CAPT. JAMES WEBB LONG’S NUMBERED CIVIL WAR ARMY CAMPAIGN MEDAL WITH ORIGINAL PRE-1913 RIBBON AND BAR: 2nd U.S. INFANTRY, THREE WOUNDS, TWO BREVETS!

CAPT. JAMES WEBB LONG’S NUMBERED CIVIL WAR ARMY CAMPAIGN MEDAL WITH ORIGINAL PRE-1913 RIBBON AND BAR: 2nd U.S. INFANTRY, THREE WOUNDS, TWO BREVETS!

This Civil War campaign medal is numbered on its rim and on the cover of its box. The ribbon bar is with it. The medal has a pleasing, undisturbed medium patina and the ribbon has good color, though… (2024-357) SOLD. Learn More »

STRIKING, IMAGINATIVE DOUBLE-ENTWINED SEA SERPENT OR DOLPHIN FLASK BY BARTRAM & CO.

STRIKING, IMAGINATIVE DOUBLE-ENTWINED SEA SERPENT OR DOLPHIN FLASK BY BARTRAM & CO.

One of the most imaginative figural powder flasks is this one, made and marked on the brass top by Bartram & Co., founded in 1851 by William Bartram, and in business until 1892. The spout is… (490-6903) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN WITH IMPROVISED RIFLE SLING FOR STRAP

CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN WITH IMPROVISED RIFLE SLING FOR STRAP

This is a classic Confederate tin drum canteen made from tinned iron sheeting. The two sides are flat and have crimped edges for a more secure solder joint to the band forming the rim. A simple,… (2024-692) SOLD. Learn More »

VETERAN’S GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR

VETERAN’S GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR

Offered here is a Gettysburg veteran’s souvenir from a return visit to the battlefield. Here is a nearly complete lower “cup” portion from a 3” Hotchkiss artillery shell. Pasted to the rusty… (84-88) SOLD. Learn More »

C1790 – 1810 DECANTER BY B. EDWARDS, BELFAST

C1790 – 1810 DECANTER BY B. EDWARDS, BELFAST

This attractive decanter stands just shy of 10” tall including the stopper. Base measures 4” in diameter; lip measures 1 ½” wide. Three applied rings to neck; mould blown fluted base. No… (1239-16) SOLD. Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 20, 1864 - ’64 ARMY VALENTINES/COLT ARMORY FIRE

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 20, 1864 - ’64 ARMY VALENTINES/COLT ARMORY FIRE

Vol. VIII—No. 373. 16 pp. 113-128. Front cover features dramatic full page illustration of “General Grant Crossing The Cumberland Mountains, January 7, 1864. [depicting Grant and staff, bundled… (557-73) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

HARPER’S WEEKLY, DATED AUGUST 2, 1862 – VICKSBURG/JAMES RIVER

HARPER’S WEEKLY, DATED AUGUST 2, 1862 – VICKSBURG/JAMES RIVER

Vol. VI—No. 292. 16 pp. [482-496], four columns, numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features a full page illustration of, “Cutting The Canal Opposite Vicksburg”. There… (557-71) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

A DIGEST OF THE MILITARY AND NAVAL LAWS OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES - ID’D TO 2ND  LIEUTENANT SAMUEL M. ETTING.”

A DIGEST OF THE MILITARY AND NAVAL LAWS OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES - ID’D TO 2ND LIEUTENANT SAMUEL M. ETTING.” 14TH NY INFANTRY & 14TH NY HEAVY ARTILLERY

Title page inscription in ink—“S.M. Etting / Lieut. CSA.”  Published by Evans and Cogswell, Columbia, SC, 1864. Title page inscription in ink—" 329 pp., marbled boards, buckram spine, black… (2023-2659) SOLD. Learn More »

1914 DATED M1913 PATTON US CAVALRY SABER WITH TENT-PEG SCABBARD

1914 DATED M1913 PATTON US CAVALRY SABER WITH TENT-PEG SCABBARD

As the last in a long line of US cavalry sabers, the M1913, aka the Patton saber, is a key piece in any US edged weapons or cavalry collection. Designed by later General George S. Patton, the sword… (490-2504) SOLD. Learn More »

STEREOVIEW OF GEN. BENJAMIN BUTLER'S HEADQUARTERS AT DUTCH GAP, VA

STEREOVIEW OF GEN. BENJAMIN BUTLER'S HEADQUARTERS AT DUTCH GAP, VA

Stereo view of General Butler's headquarters at Dutch Gap. Yellow "Photographic History The War For The Union" mount. Printed paper label pasted to back. Brady image reproduced by Anthony. Very clear… (490-6342) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

C1820 - 1840 DECANTER

C1820 - 1840 DECANTER

Attractive decanter stands 10 ¾” tall including stopper; base is 3 ¾” in diameter.  Stop is ¾” in diameter at lip.  Three applied rings to neck. No visible cracks; has one long, very… (1239-15) SOLD. Learn More »

$60.00
SOLD

THREE DOCUMENTS IDENTIFIED TO 29TH DIVISION WORLD WAR ONE OFFICER

THREE DOCUMENTS IDENTIFIED TO 29TH DIVISION WORLD WAR ONE OFFICER

This small group of documents is identified to John Ellis Throckmorton of Freehold, New Jersey. Two of the documents are commissions. There are preprinted and filled in with type. One promotes… (1251-13) SOLD. Learn More »

$20.00
SOLD

HOUSE BILL TO REPAIR CONFEDERATE CEMETERIES 1906

HOUSE BILL TO REPAIR CONFEDERATE CEMETERIES 1906

Copy of a Congressional bill pulled from a book that meas. approx. 5.50 x 8.75. Bill is titled “GRAVES OF SOLDIERS OF THE CONFEDERATE ARMY AND NAVY ETC.” Act is dated January 18, 1906. The body of… (1251-15) SOLD. Learn More »

$15.00
SOLD

PENSION DOCUMENT FOR ALONZO A. MCKENZIE, 140TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY – WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG!

PENSION DOCUMENT FOR ALONZO A. MCKENZIE, 140TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY – WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG!

Pre-printed and ink US Bureau of Pensions certificate number 36,825 dated August 22, 1912 certifying that Private Alonzo A. McKenzie, Co. F, 140th Pennsylvania, and 2nd Battalion Veteran Reserve… (1251-31) SOLD. Learn More »

$10.00
SOLD

WORLD WAR II GERMAN OFFICER’S SWORD AND SCABBARD

WORLD WAR II GERMAN OFFICER’S SWORD AND SCABBARD

This WW2 German officer’s sword and scabbard by Clemen and Jung rates near excellent for condition with bright lionhead pommel showing just the tiniest age stains, minty black leather grip with… (1240-02) SOLD. Learn More »


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RECTANGULAR CSA BELT PLATE FROM THE BATTLEFIELD OF KERNSTOWN, VA

This is a very good example of the classic rectangular CSA belt plate with all three hooks in place on the reverse. This comes with an old collector’s string tag reading: “’Virginia’ type C.S.A. buckle- old label- ‘Kernstown, Va.… (1216-174). Learn More »

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