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M1854 AUSTRIAN LORENZ CLEANING JAG

M1854 AUSTRIAN LORENZ CLEANING JAG

This cleaning jag is a serrated tool that was screwed onto the ramrod and used with a patch to clean the rifle.  This measures 66mm long.  Slot cut through the center. Unmarked, nice clean… (286-550) SOLD. Learn More »

$67.50
SOLD

WORLD WAR TWO US NAVY MARK 1 FIGHTING KNIFE WITH SHEATH

WORLD WAR TWO US NAVY MARK 1 FIGHTING KNIFE WITH SHEATH

The drawn knife meas. approx. 10.00 inches long from point to pommel. The parkerized blade is approx. 6.75 inches long. It has a clipped point with a true edge that is free of nicks. Blade is marked… (172-5654) SOLD. Learn More »

APRIL 1864 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE ADAM KREPS, CO. A, 67TH US COLORED TROOPS, TO HIS FATHER

APRIL 1864 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE ADAM KREPS, CO. A, 67TH US COLORED TROOPS, TO HIS FATHER

Dated “Port Hudson April 16th, 1864. Addressed to father, J.F. Kreps. Exhibits fold-marks and light foxing. Else VG & entirely legible. In protective sleeve. Note: Adam Kreps served with three… (945-420) SOLD. Learn More »

APRIL 1864 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE ADAM KREPS, CO. A, 67TH US COLORED TROOPS, TO HIS FATHER

APRIL 1864 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE ADAM KREPS, CO. A, 67TH US COLORED TROOPS, TO HIS FATHER

Dated “Port Hudson April 3rd 1864.” Addressed to father, J.F. Kreps. 4 pp. in ink on lined paper, 5 x 8”.  Exhibits fold-marks & patches of light foxing. Else VG & entirely legible. In… (945-419) SOLD. Learn More »

MARCH 1864 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE ADAM KREPS, CO. A, 67TH US COLORED TROOPS, TO HIS FATHER

MARCH 1864 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE ADAM KREPS, CO. A, 67TH US COLORED TROOPS, TO HIS FATHER

Dated “On board Steamer Julia March 20th 1864.” Addressed to father, J.F. Kreps. 3 pp. in ink on lined paper, 5 x 8.” Exhibits fold-marks, w/soiling along fold-lines on blank rear page. Else VG.… (945-417) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

EARLY TEDDY ROOSEVELT DOLL

EARLY TEDDY ROOSEVELT DOLL

Doll has a torso made of stuffed cloth with head, hands and boots made from Papier-mâché. The body is clothed in an OD green uniform held closed by a thin leather belt with small brass frame buckle.… (668-198) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
Originally $100.00


SOLD

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ARTILLERY WORM

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ARTILLERY WORM

Iron worm in excellent condition. Double row of three twists iron worm approx. 6.50 inches long x 3.00 inches wide Shank is approx. 4.75 inches long with a hole for attaching to a pole. Iron is clean… (2020-906) SOLD. Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA FRENCH HEAVY ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD – NO SCABBARD

CIVIL WAR ERA FRENCH HEAVY ARTILLERY SHORT SWORD – NO SCABBARD

The overall length of the sword is approx. 25.00 inches. Blade is in very nice condition. It is double edged and bright with light scattered mottling. There are also several scattered spots of surface… (490-2203) SOLD. Learn More »

ORIGINAL CONFEDERATE SHEET MUSIC FOR “ALL QUIET ALONG THE POTOMAC TONIGHT” PRINTED IN THE SOUTH AND SOLD BY AN ATLANTA, GEORGIA MUSIC STORE

ORIGINAL CONFEDERATE SHEET MUSIC FOR “ALL QUIET ALONG THE POTOMAC TONIGHT” PRINTED IN THE SOUTH AND SOLD BY AN ATLANTA, GEORGIA MUSIC STORE

First published as a poem in Harper’s Weekly on November 30, 1861998-437 the words were set to music by John Hill Hewitt also known as “The Bard of the Confederacy” in 1863. This piece of sheet… (998-437) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE SHEET MUSIC TITLED “THE DYING SOLDIER” PRINTED IN RICHMOND

CONFEDERATE SHEET MUSIC TITLED “THE DYING SOLDIER” PRINTED IN RICHMOND

Very nice piece of wartime sheet music titled “THE DYING SOLDIER OR THE MOON ROSE O’ER THE BATTLE PLAIN” composed for the piano forte published by “J. W. DAVIS & SONS, RICHMOND, VA.”… (998-438) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

1826 PATTERN BRITISH NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD

1826 PATTERN BRITISH NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD

Based on the 1822 infantry officer’s sword, the 1826 naval officer’s sword has seen service through many conflicts and almost two hundred years later is still the official pattern of the Royal… (2021-173) SOLD. Learn More »

NICE USED SET OF CASEY’S INFANTRY TACTICS ID'D TO THREE SOLDIERS FROM TWO DIFFERENT REGIMENTS – ONE WAS LATER A FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD BRIGADIER GENERAL

NICE USED SET OF CASEY’S INFANTRY TACTICS ID'D TO THREE SOLDIERS FROM TWO DIFFERENT REGIMENTS – ONE WAS LATER A FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD BRIGADIER GENERAL

Three volume set of “INFANTRY TACTICS FOR THE INSTRUCTION, EXERCISE AND MANEUVERS OF THE SOLDIER, COMPANY, LINE OF SKIRMISHERS, BATTALION, BRIGADE OR CORPS D’ARMEE” by Brigadier General Silas… (846-359) SOLD. Learn More »

KEYSTONE STEREOVIEW – DEVIL’S DEN AT GETTYSBURG

KEYSTONE STEREOVIEW – DEVIL’S DEN AT GETTYSBURG

Gettysburg battlefield stereoview captioned “193 The Devil’s Den, Front, Gettysburg, Pa., U.S.A.”  The stereoview was produced by Keystone View Company of Meadville, PA and is so marked on the… (1032-34) SOLD. Learn More »

$22.50
Originally $45.00


SOLD

TIPTON STEREOVIEW OF THE VALLEY OF DEATH

TIPTON STEREOVIEW OF THE VALLEY OF DEATH

Gettysburg battlefield stereoview, from the studio of William Tipton. This view depicts the “Valley of Death” area between Devil’s Den and Little Round Top and is captioned “No. 840 Looking… (1032-29) SOLD. Learn More »

$32.50
Originally $65.00


SOLD

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ARTILLERY WORM

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ARTILLERY WORM

Iron worm in excellent condition. Double row of four twist iron worm approx. 7.00 inches long x 3.00 inches wide. Shank is approx. 4.75 inches long with a hole for attaching to a pole. Iron is clean… (2020-907) SOLD. Learn More »

59TH INDIANA VETERANS PAMPHLET PRINTED FOR THEIR 1907 REUNION

59TH INDIANA VETERANS PAMPHLET PRINTED FOR THEIR 1907 REUNION

This softbound pamphlet meas. approx. 5.00 x 8.00 inches and runs 12 pages. The full title as listed on the front cover is “IN MEMORIAM – TRIBUTES TO THE SOLDIER DEAD. DEDICATED TO THE SURVIVING… (766-939) SOLD. Learn More »

$39.50
SOLD

FRAMED ORIGINAL HAND COLORED 1806 ENGRAVING OF THE DEATH OF NELSON AT TRAFALGAR

FRAMED ORIGINAL HAND COLORED 1806 ENGRAVING OF THE DEATH OF NELSON AT TRAFALGAR

An original hand colored stipple engraving published in 1806. Nelson reaffirmed British naval supremacy by his defeat of the combined French and Spanish fleets off Cadiz in 1805, but at the cost of… (1032-58) SOLD. Learn More »

$225.00
Originally $450.00


SOLD

CONFEDERATE BLOCK “I” INFANTRY JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE BLOCK “I” INFANTRY JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

Recovered at the Springs Hotel, from the Lawrence “Larry” Eckert / Rosensteel family collection. John H. Rosensteel lived through the three days of fighting in Gettysburg. John was the founder of… (286-1026) SOLD. Learn More »

US INFANTRY “I” OFFICER’S JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

US INFANTRY “I” OFFICER’S JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED ON THE FIRST DAY’S BATTLEFIELD AT GETTYSBURG

Recovered in the Country Club parking lot next to Willoughby Run by local resident and relic hunter Ed Miller. Edward or “Ed” Miller of Gettysburg was a very avid relic hunter in and around… (286-1027) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS “UCV” JACKET BUTTON

UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS “UCV” JACKET BUTTON

Button has the letters “UCV” over the Confederate battle flag and “1861 – 1865”. Backmark: “SUPERIOR QUALITY”. Shank is present. Nice untouched button. [ws] … (286-1029) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD


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EXTREMELY SCARCE NEW HAMPHIRE OFFICER’S FALSE EMBROIDERED HAT INSIGNIA

Regular army officers had been authorized a silver “U.S.” within a gold bullion wreath for wear on their undress caps in 1839. This was carried over in the 1851 regulations for use on the 1851 shako, but was embroidered directly on the blue band… (2020-912). Learn More »

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