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FULL SEATED VIEW OF A CONFEDERATE PRISONER OF WAR – FEMALE PHOTOGRAPHER

FULL SEATED VIEW OF A CONFEDERATE PRISONER OF WAR – FEMALE PHOTOGRAPHER

CDV is a full-seated view of a Confederate officer wearing a double-breasted light-colored frock coat and matching trousers. Visible on the collar are the two parallel bars of a 1st lieutenant. Coat… (1138-1446) SOLD. Learn More »

CDV OF UNIDENTIFIED CONFEDERATE CAVALRY CAPTAIN

CDV OF UNIDENTIFIED CONFEDERATE CAVALRY CAPTAIN

Full-standing studio view. Unidentified man wears single-breasted short jacket over military style vest. He holds a slouch hat in one hand and grasps the handle of a cavalry saber in the other. The… (1138-1284) SOLD. Learn More »

INSCRIBED AMES M1850 STAFF AND FIELD SWORD OF COLONEL AND BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL T.R. STANLEY 18th OHIO, BRIGADE COMMANDER AT STONES RIVER AND CHICKAMAUGA

INSCRIBED AMES M1850 STAFF AND FIELD SWORD OF COLONEL AND BREVET BRIGADIER GENERAL T.R. STANLEY 18th OHIO, BRIGADE COMMANDER AT STONES RIVER AND CHICKAMAUGA

This is the nicely inscribed sword of Colonel Timothy Robbins Stanley, who led the 18th Ohio in both its three-month and three-year enlistments, commanded brigades in Negley’s Division at Stones… (1186-05) SOLD. Learn More »

GAR TABLE MEDAL FOR THE 39TH NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT IN DENVER COLORADO 1905

GAR TABLE MEDAL FOR THE 39TH NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT IN DENVER COLORADO 1905

Bronze table medal meas. approx. 2.75 inches across. The obverse has a view of Pike’s Peak with a tower at center and a passenger car being pushed by a steam engine on each side. Reverse has raised… (595-1880) SOLD. Learn More »

$85.00
SOLD

19TH CENTURY CASED COMPASS – NORTH, SOUTH, EAST, OCCIDENT

19TH CENTURY CASED COMPASS – NORTH, SOUTH, EAST, OCCIDENT

A nice mahogany cased pocket compass, in excellent original condition, likely dating from 19th century. This example has a metal compass card with degree lines around parameter. Typical “N”,… (490-3988) SOLD. Learn More »

FRAMED GENERAL JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON, CS SIGNED ALS w/COLOR LITHOGRAPH

FRAMED GENERAL JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON, CS SIGNED ALS w/COLOR LITHOGRAPH

Framed in brown wood w/interior gold trim, 22” x18, w/black paper backing and hang-wire. Interior oval lithograph, 7.5” x 5, Johnson ALS, 2 pp., 10” x 8. Double matted in light gray and cream.… (1189-30) SOLD. Learn More »

FRAMED GENERAL ROBERT ANDERSON, USA CARTE DE VISITE, SIGNED NOTE, AND FORT SUMTER FLAG RAISING ETCHING

FRAMED GENERAL ROBERT ANDERSON, USA CARTE DE VISITE, SIGNED NOTE, AND FORT SUMTER FLAG RAISING ETCHING

Framed in handsome brown wood, 21 x 14, w/hang-wire. Features etching of Ft. Sumter Flag Raising, 8” x 6”, CDV of “Brig. Gen Robt Anderson,” and an Anderson note, in ink, 4” x 1.75,  text… (1189-18) SOLD. Learn More »

FRAMED JEFFERSON DAVIS CLIPPED SIGNATURE AND LITHOGRAPH

FRAMED JEFFERSON DAVIS CLIPPED SIGNATURE AND LITHOGRAPH

Framed in brown wood, handsomely ornamented, 19.5” x 11.25, w/ brown paper backing and upper hang clasp. Features an oval lithograph of Davis seated, 5.5” x 7.75, above  a strong, lengthy… (1189-28) SOLD. Learn More »

US 1839 TWO-PIECE ENLISTED “ARTILLERY PLATE”

US 1839 TWO-PIECE ENLISTED “ARTILLERY PLATE”

These round, interlocking two-piece plates were adopted in 1839 as replacements for the less sturdy 1832 and 1834 versions that used two-disks with an “S” hook linking them. Those plates, and the… (1184-145) SOLD. Learn More »

MODEL 1873 WINCHESTER MADE IN 1881

MODEL 1873 WINCHESTER MADE IN 1881

This is .44-40 caliber M1873 Winchester rates about very good for condition, showing legitimate signs of use, but not abuse. The mechanics are fine and the rifling is fair, though the bore is dark.… (490-3124) SOLD. Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY DATED APRIL 29, 1865 - LINCOLN ASSASSINATION

HARPER’S WEEKLY DATED APRIL 29, 1865 - LINCOLN ASSASSINATION

Vol. IX, No. 435. 4 columns, 16 pp. [257-272]. Front page features large lithograph of John Wilkes Booth. In other words, the assassination issue - the frnot page article is entitled "The Murder of… (2022-2085) SOLD. Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, MAY 23, 1863 – STONEMAN’S RAID / CHANCELLORSVILLE

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, MAY 23, 1863 – STONEMAN’S RAID / CHANCELLORSVILLE

Vol. VII—No. 334. 16 pp. [321-336], four columns, with stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features a dramatic full page sketch of General Stoneman on horseback. Interior illustrations… (2022-2086) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

HARPER’S WEEKLY DATED OCTOBER 4, 1862 - ANTIETAM

HARPER’S WEEKLY DATED OCTOBER 4, 1862 - ANTIETAM

Vol.VI.—No. 301. 16 pp. [625-640] 4 columns, numerous stories and cartoons. Cover page features striking full page image of “General McClellan Entering the Town of Frederick, Maryland—The… (2022-2087) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, NOVEMBER 5, 1864 – PHIL SHERIDAN’S RIDE

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, NOVEMBER 5, 1864 – PHIL SHERIDAN’S RIDE

Vol. VIII—No. 410. 16 pp. [705-720], four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations, and cartoons. Front cover features a full length illustration of Sheridan’s famous ride at Cedar… (2022-2089) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

CONFEDERATE SHEET BRASS BELT PLATE FROM A CS WINTER CAMP IN ORANGE, VA

CONFEDERATE SHEET BRASS BELT PLATE FROM A CS WINTER CAMP IN ORANGE, VA

This sheet brass belt plate is in great condition, was excavated from an 1863-64 Confederate winter camp in Orange, Virginia, and is published as Figure 85 in Lon Keim’s Confederate General Service… (1184-149) SOLD. Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY GREASE / TAR BUCKET

CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY GREASE / TAR BUCKET

This heavy-duty cylindrical bucket is a Civil War iron grease bucket carried as part the equipment of an artillery gun crew. The grease bucket measures 7” in diameter and stands 8” high. Top and… (1137-49) SOLD. Learn More »

UNISSUED GERMAN WORLD WAR TWO EASTERN FRONT CAMPAIGN MEDAL ALSO KNOWN AS THE “FROZEN MEAT” MEDAL

UNISSUED GERMAN WORLD WAR TWO EASTERN FRONT CAMPAIGN MEDAL ALSO KNOWN AS THE “FROZEN MEAT” MEDAL

The Russian Front Medal was authorized on May 26, 1942 to commemorate the German’s first winter campaign in Russia. The award was given to all Wehrmacht personnel, civilians and foreign volunteers… (160-48) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

FRAMED “CURRENCY OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES” - ALABAMA FIFTY CENTS NOTE & CONFEDERATE FIVE HUNDRED DOLLAR NOTE

FRAMED “CURRENCY OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES” - ALABAMA FIFTY CENTS NOTE & CONFEDERATE FIVE HUNDRED DOLLAR NOTE

Framed in attractive brown wood, 17.25” x 14, w/ brown paper backing and hang-wire. White Printed inlay upon which the notes are mounted—14” x 10.5-- contains a beautiful stand of the “Flags… (1189-32) SOLD. Learn More »

FRAMED POST-WAR U.S. GRANT CLIPPED SIGNATURE WITH LITHOGRAPH OF COLOR PORTRAIT

FRAMED POST-WAR U.S. GRANT CLIPPED SIGNATURE WITH LITHOGRAPH OF COLOR PORTRAIT

Framed in light brown wood w/gold painted outer rim., 20.5” x 14.25, w/paper backing and hang-wire. Titled “Ulysses S. Grant (1869-77),” the painting is a lithographic print of the excellent… (1189-29) SOLD. Learn More »

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN CELLULOID DISTRICT ASSEMBLY PIN

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN CELLULOID DISTRICT ASSEMBLY PIN

White celluloid circle meas. approx.  1.50 inches across with the original pin on the reverse. The face has a raised eagle and swastika touched with gold over a raised background of mountains on the… (160-52) SOLD. Learn More »

$40.00
SOLD


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US MARINE CORPS OFFICER’S ENGLISH MADE MAMALUKE WITH IVORY GRIP

Manufactured: England  Maker: Unmarked  Year: C1820-25  Model: Mamaluke Size: 35.8 inch blade, 1.21 wide  Condition: Excellent+ Tri-color blade - blue, gold and "white" of flat design. Ship's Mast, American Eagle, Standing Indian figure and… (870-76). Learn More »

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