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WHITE LINEN SHIRT IDENTIFIED TO CAPT. GEORGE FORDHAM, 3RD N.Y. INFANTRY

WHITE LINEN SHIRT IDENTIFIED TO CAPT. GEORGE FORDHAM, 3RD N.Y. INFANTRY

This is an outstanding example of a standard Civil War-era, long-sleeve shirt. Fine white linen, pull-over type shirt. It has a roll collar and pleated four-button front. Sleeves gathered at shoulders… (1179-234) SOLD. Learn More »

PAIR OF US CASED LIEUTENANT COLONEL’S EPAULETTES

PAIR OF US CASED LIEUTENANT COLONEL’S EPAULETTES

The body of the epaulettes are made of a gold ribbed material that is very clean and free of snags or tears. The body has a border of thick gold twisted bullion that is flanked on both the inside and… (1179-314) SOLD. Learn More »

CIVIL WAR .69 CALIBER “TEAT BASE” RIFLED MUSKET BULLET

CIVIL WAR .69 CALIBER “TEAT BASE” RIFLED MUSKET BULLET

This bullet has the typical “minie ball” profile featuring a pointy nose, three grooves, and a deep conical cavity, only with a “teat” protruding from the tip of the cavity. Nice white and tan… (1184-362) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

VERY SCARCE .75 CALIBER BULLET FOR THE P-1842 RIFLED MUSKET

VERY SCARCE .75 CALIBER BULLET FOR THE P-1842 RIFLED MUSKET

Offered here is an excavated English bullet for the P-1842 rifled musket. This rare bullet is nose cast, with no grooves, thick bottom skirt, and a deep truncated cavity. Nice patina. Reference… (1184-359) SOLD. Learn More »

GENUINE GETTYSBURG WAR LOG

GENUINE GETTYSBURG WAR LOG

"Genuine" is the key word and this example collected around 1870 and donated to a museum shortly afterword is just that namely, a genuine, battle scarred, "was there" relic of the Battle of… (88-142) SOLD. Learn More »

UMBRELLA GLASS INKWELL RECOVERED IN CONFEDERATE CAMP AT FREDERICKSBURG

UMBRELLA GLASS INKWELL RECOVERED IN CONFEDERATE CAMP AT FREDERICKSBURG

Glass is in very good condition with no chips or cracks. Pontil present on bottom. Some air bubbles visible at bottom. Recovered from a Confederate winter camp near Fredericksburg, Virginia. [ad]… (2022-1461) SOLD. Learn More »

$47.50
SOLD

FRENCH EAGLE SHAKO PLATE FROM WATERLOO

FRENCH EAGLE SHAKO PLATE FROM WATERLOO

Very rare and extremely desirable Eagle shako plate of an infantryman of Napoleon's Imperial (Young) Guard. One of a handful known! This one was excavated around 1912 at Waterloo. It measures 3 1/2… (88-130) SOLD. Learn More »

BULLET IN WOOD FROM FREDERICKSBURG

BULLET IN WOOD FROM FREDERICKSBURG

Offered here is a small chunk of wood with a bullet embedded inside. Piece measures 2.25” long x 1.0” wide. Smashed base of unidentifiable bullet is exposed. Recovered around Fredericksburg,… (2022-1379) SOLD. Learn More »

$67.50
SOLD

BULLET IN WOOD

BULLET IN WOOD

Excavated remains of a tree with a bullet fired into it.  Bullet is a .58 caliber minie ball. Piece of wood has been sectioned to show the lead bullet. Cavity and three grooves are visible. Wood… (1184-382) SOLD. Learn More »

BULLET IN WOOD

BULLET IN WOOD

Excavated remains of a tree with a bullet fired into it.  Bullet is a .58 caliber minie ball. Bullet protrudes from one side of the piece. Three grooves are visible. Wood measures 11” long x 3”… (1184-381) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE BULLET IN WOOD

CONFEDERATE BULLET IN WOOD

Excavated remains of a tree with a bullet fired into it.  Bullet is a .58 caliber Confederate Gardner bullet. Bullet is visible on one side of the wood. The two wide grooves of the Gardner bullet are… (1184-383) SOLD. Learn More »

IDENTIFIED CONFEDERATE JS ANCHOR ENFIELD

IDENTIFIED CONFEDERATE JS ANCHOR ENFIELD

The most iconic of the imported arms to see service with the Confederacy during the American Civil War is the British Pattern 1853 rifle-musket marked with the Confederate JS/Anchor viewer’s mark of… (88-138) SOLD. Learn More »

SIXTH PLATE AMBROTYPE OF BLACK AND WHITE DOG

SIXTH PLATE AMBROTYPE OF BLACK AND WHITE DOG

This is a full view of a dog standing while facing the camera. Image is clear with fair contrast. Some light oxidation has occurred. Image comes housed in full pressed paper case, which is in very… (894-34) SOLD. Learn More »

$115.00
Originally $175.00


SOLD

CDV OF "CAPTAIN HANNIBAL PETTIGREW, 31ST VIRGINIA INFANTRY"

CDV OF "CAPTAIN HANNIBAL PETTIGREW, 31ST VIRGINIA INFANTRY"

This cdv photograph is a full-standing studio view of a well-uniformed Confederate officer. He wears double-breasted frock coat, dark color forage cap with "VA" visible, waist belt with holster, and… (1138-938) SOLD. Learn More »

CLAY CONFEDERATE INKWELL RECOVERED IN A WINTER CAMP AT FREDERICKSBURG

CLAY CONFEDERATE INKWELL RECOVERED IN A WINTER CAMP AT FREDERICKSBURG

Red clay inkwell with a small chip out of the bottom rim otherwise the rest is in very nice condition with beautiful patina from age. Recovered from a Confederate winter camp near Fredericksburg,… (2022-1457) SOLD. Learn More »

CABINET CARD PHOTO OF 10TH PA RESERVES MONUMENT AT GETTYSBURG

CABINET CARD PHOTO OF 10TH PA RESERVES MONUMENT AT GETTYSBURG

The monument to the 10th Pennsylvania Reserves Regiment is south of Gettysburg at the base of Big Round Top on South Confederate Avenue. It was dedicated in 1890 by the Commonwealth of… (2021-1137) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

RELIC BRASS BLEEDER EXCAVATED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

RELIC BRASS BLEEDER EXCAVATED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

Small excavated brass bleeder (fleam). Approximately 1.6” long. These are hand held instruments used for blood letting. Very nice “dug” condition with nice patina.  Back side plate missing… (2022-1372) SOLD. Learn More »

$29.50
SOLD

THE SIXTH CORPS NEWSPAPER – MAY 2, 1865

THE SIXTH CORPS NEWSPAPER – MAY 2, 1865

Vol. 1, No. 5. Dated “Danville, VA. May 2, 1865.”  2pp., 18.25” x 12.5, five columns. Exhibits fold-marks, light chipping at the extremities. Else VG. 6th Corps Greek Cross, upper right… (766-1801) SOLD. Learn More »

DUG STAMPED BRASS FALSE EMBROIDERED INFANTRY HUNTING HORN INSIGNIA

DUG STAMPED BRASS FALSE EMBROIDERED INFANTRY HUNTING HORN INSIGNIA

This style of infantry insignia was meant for use by officers but it can be seen on headgear from all ranks. Units from New England seemed to favor these privately purchased Infantry insignia. The… (2022-1393) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE “COIN” BUTTONS FROM GETTYSBURG FIELD HOSPITAL, KEN BREAM COLLECTION

CONFEDERATE “COIN” BUTTONS FROM GETTYSBURG FIELD HOSPITAL, KEN BREAM COLLECTION

These are excavated Confederate-used civilian items commonly called “coin” or “flat” buttons. Nice buttons; four of brass and one white metal tombac button. All retain their shanks. One has an… (1163-16) SOLD. Learn More »

$12.50
SOLD


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RARE CONFEDERATE “THREE SQUARE” SOCKET BAYONET

This is an excavated example of a Confederate-made musket socket bayonet.  Measuring 21” overall with a 2.75” socket.  This was made for an early .69 caliber musket with a bayonet lug mounted on the bottom of the barrel; as the bridge is on the… (2022-459). Learn More »

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