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ORIGINAL SMITH CARBINE IN VERY NICE CONDITION

ORIGINAL SMITH CARBINE IN VERY NICE CONDITION

Invented and patented by Gilbert Smith of Buttermilk Falls, New York in late 1855, here is an original Civil War Smith carbine in super condition. This single-shot, percussion shortarm is a .50… (1121-09) SOLD. Learn More »

REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY REVOLVER

REMINGTON NEW MODEL ARMY REVOLVER

This is a good example of the famous Model 1858 Remington Army Revolver. Approximately 122,000 of these were manufactured between the years 1863-1873. This is a percussion, six-shot, .44 caliber… (1099-38) SOLD. Learn More »

GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR - RECOVERED BULLETS MOUNTED ON WOOD BASE

GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR - RECOVERED BULLETS MOUNTED ON WOOD BASE

Label on bottom reads “Bullets From/Gettysburg Battlefield/Jennie Wade Museum”.  These souvenirs were sold at the Jennie Wade House mid-2oth century.  This example has 3 bullets nailed to the… (635-584) SOLD. Learn More »

1893 NEW YORK AT GETTYSBURG MEDAL

1893 NEW YORK AT GETTYSBURG MEDAL

1893 New York at Gettysburg medal.  The medal was commissioned by NY and issued to Gettysburg veterans from the state attending a reunion and the New York monument dedication on July 2, 1893 in the… (635-573) SOLD. Learn More »

.58 CALIBER RIFLE MUSKET CARTRIDGE BY JOHNSON & DOW

.58 CALIBER RIFLE MUSKET CARTRIDGE BY JOHNSON & DOW

Johnson & Dow received patents #33,393, #34,061, and #35,687 dated October 1, 1861, January 7, and June 24, 1862 for their cartridges. Using paper or fabric that was treated to make it… (1179-1329) SOLD. Learn More »

RARE .50 CALIBER SMITH “RUBBER CASE” CARTRIDGE

RARE .50 CALIBER SMITH “RUBBER CASE” CARTRIDGE

Used in the Smith carbine extensively during the early years of the Civil War, this specimen of carbine ammunition is a very scarce .50 caliber “rubber case” cartridge in excellent original… (1179-1328) SOLD. Learn More »

PACK OF REVOLVER CAPS

PACK OF REVOLVER CAPS

This is a paper wrapped pack of percussion caps for revolvers. Small package wrapped “flat” which is unusual as opposed to being wrapped in the typical cylinder shape. Paper remains in excellent… (236-950) SOLD. Learn More »

$30.00
SOLD

PACK OF CAPS FOR BURNSIDE CARBINE

PACK OF CAPS FOR BURNSIDE CARBINE

This is a paper wrapped pack of percussion “musket” caps. Package is wrapped “flat” which is unusual as opposed to being wrapped in the typical cylinder shape. This pack came out of a pack of… (236-949) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

BULLET IN WOOD

BULLET IN WOOD

Excavated remains of a tree with a bullet fired into it.  Three-groove minie ball in the wood. Bullet is visible on one side of the wood. Chunk of wood measures 8.5” long x 2” wide and remains… (1179-1335B) SOLD. Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ENTRENCHING TOOL IMPROVISED FROM BAYONET

CIVIL WAR ENTRENCHING TOOL IMPROVISED FROM BAYONET

Civil War soldiers under fire appreciated the value of quickly erected field works long before the army high command and, as other excavated examples show, bayonets were used to make improvised… (490-6769) SOLD. Learn More »

RELIC CONFEDERATE RAKING SPUR

RELIC CONFEDERATE RAKING SPUR

The raking spur uses a horizontal rowel, supposed by some to allow the spur to still do its job, but roll along the horse’s side rather than digging into it as a conventionally mounted vertical… (490-6768) SOLD. Learn More »

RELIC CONFEDERATE RICHMOND PATTERN RAKING SPUR

RELIC CONFEDERATE RICHMOND PATTERN RAKING SPUR

This raking spur has the simple, wide, flat side bars and flat rectangular neck you look for in a Richmond spur as first identified by Albaugh in Confederate Arms. This is a variation using a… (490-6766) SOLD. Learn More »

FULL STANDING CDV OF UNIDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR SAILOR

FULL STANDING CDV OF UNIDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR SAILOR

Image shows a sailor posed with one hand resting on a low table. He wears dark flat hat, a dark jumper with tie and matching trousers. Contrast and clarity are very good as are the mount and… (160-487) SOLD. Learn More »

CDV OF THREE REGULAR US ARMY OFFICERS IN MEXICO

CDV OF THREE REGULAR US ARMY OFFICERS IN MEXICO

Image shows three officers, one seated at center flanked by two others. The seated officer wears a fully adorned Pattern 1858 dress hat, also known as the “Hardee hat.” The front of the crown… (160-359) SOLD. Learn More »

CDV OF 1863 TRAIN WRECK

CDV OF 1863 TRAIN WRECK

Image shows a collapsed wooden bridge over a mill dam with a locomotive half in the water while the box car behind it leans off the bridge abutment and is partially submerged. The view is looking up… (160-354) SOLD. Learn More »

CDV LITHOGRAPH OF A US COLORED TROOPS SOLDIER

CDV LITHOGRAPH OF A US COLORED TROOPS SOLDIER

Lithograph is of an African American soldier from the waist-up. He wears a forage cap and frock coat with knapsack, waist belt with cap box and bayonet and carries his musket on the right… (160-261) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

HAND TINTED CDV OF A MEMBER OF DURYEA’S ZOUAVES

HAND TINTED CDV OF A MEMBER OF DURYEA’S ZOUAVES

Tinted image of a Zouave standing with arms crossed by a balustrade. He wears a blue jacket with red piping and tombeau, baggy red trousers with white gaiters. Behind him is a small table covered in… (2023-3200) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

CDV OF CONFEDERATE MARYLAND ARTILLERYMAN IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES

CDV OF CONFEDERATE MARYLAND ARTILLERYMAN IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES

Image is a chest-up view of John Irvin in the typical dark civilian suit with white shirt and bowtie. Contrast and clarity are good. Mount corners are clipped. Paper has light surface dirt. Glued to… (2023-2938) SOLD. Learn More »

SOCKET BAYONET AND SCABBARD FOR AUSTRIAN LORENZ RIFLE

SOCKET BAYONET AND SCABBARD FOR AUSTRIAN LORENZ RIFLE

This is an original socket bayonet for the Austrian M1854 “Lorenz” rifle musket, with its distinct four-sided blade and diagonal mortise slot in the socket. Bayonet attached to the Austrian Lorenz… (2021-545) SOLD. Learn More »

SIXTH-PLATE TIN OF A UNION CAVALRY LIEUTENANT

SIXTH-PLATE TIN OF A UNION CAVALRY LIEUTENANT

Image is of an intimidating bearded Union cavalry lieutenant posed with one hand in his lap and grasping the hilt of his saber with the other. He wears a dark slouch hat turned up on one side with… (160-553) SOLD. Learn More »


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1862 TIFFANY GENERAL GUIDE FLAG OF THE 143rd NEW YORK

This Tiffany-made general guide flag was certainly among the colors presented to the 143rd New York Volunteers upon its formal organization in October 1862. Like the embroidered stars-and-stripes national color presented on that occasion, and now in… (1179-017). Learn More »

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