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LINER FOR THE US M-1 MODEL HELMET

LINER FOR THE US M-1 MODEL HELMET

Korean War CAPAC/Westinghouse liner. The liner shell appears in good condition with the harness intact. The triangular washers for the harness have surface rust and the rivets have green… (873-52) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
Originally $50.00


SOLD

AUTOGRAPHED REFERENCE BOOK ON CONNECTICUT IN THE CIVIL WAR

AUTOGRAPHED REFERENCE BOOK ON CONNECTICUT IN THE CIVIL WAR

Among the top three books on Connecticut’s overall part in the Civil War is this book “CONNECTICUT FOR THE UNION” by John Niven and published by Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut in… (856-06) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

LOCALLY MADE GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR CEDAR REVOLVER

LOCALLY MADE GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR CEDAR REVOLVER

Toy pistol made entirely out of cedar wood. Barrel meas. approx. 5.00 inches long and is stamped on top of the cylinder “JULY 1, 2, 3, 1863 GETTYSBURG, PA.” Stamping is straight and clear. This… (2022-481) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

ARSENAL MARKED M1863 CAVALRY BIT DATED 1864

ARSENAL MARKED M1863 CAVALRY BIT DATED 1864

Iron bit with attractive, brass, US rosettes on each side. Iron surfaces have a dark patina throughout with some light surface rust. There is also some light scattered pitting. Both guide rings are… (2022-466) SOLD. Learn More »

CDV OF UNION MUSICIAN HOLDING A HORN

CDV OF UNION MUSICIAN HOLDING A HORN

Three-quarter seated view of an unidentified Union musician. The subject wears a dark enlisted man’s kepi with an embroidered Infantry hunting horn insignia on the front. He also wears a dark frock… (381-11) SOLD. Learn More »

$120.00
Originally $150.00


SOLD

EMBROIDERED NAVAL OFFICER’S HAT INSIGNIA 1852-1864

EMBROIDERED NAVAL OFFICER’S HAT INSIGNIA 1852-1864

This gilt bullion fouled anchor is embroidered on a dark cloth background with a typical Civil War period, brown open-weave web backing that shows the remains of a bit of glue and paper on the… (766-1814) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SADDLE SHIELD RECOVERED AT FREDERICKSBURG

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SADDLE SHIELD RECOVERED AT FREDERICKSBURG

This is a nice example of a scarce Confederate cavalry relic: the pommel shield from a Confederate-made cavalry saddle. See Knopp, Confederate Saddles, and Crouch, Horse Equipment for details. These… (286-1111) SOLD. Learn More »

19TH CENTURY TWIST OF TOBACCO

19TH CENTURY TWIST OF TOBACCO

This twist of tobacco is a little shorter than usually seen but is old and holding together well. Could date anywhere from the Civil War on up through the early 20th Century.  [ad]… (2022-338) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

TINNED BOX FOR 100 “FRICTION TUBES” FROM FRANKFORD ARSENAL 1861

TINNED BOX FOR 100 “FRICTION TUBES” FROM FRANKFORD ARSENAL 1861

This once-Japanned tin box measures approximately 4” wide x 2.5” deep x 2.25” high. Nearly all the brown Japanned lacquer finish has worn off the tin. The lid is attached by two hinges on the… (2022-340) SOLD. Learn More »

CAVALRY CARBINE SLING HOOK

CAVALRY CARBINE SLING HOOK

The steel swivel hook measures approximately 8.5” long overall and 3” wide at the top. This consists of three pieces: snap-hook, middle link, and belt link with roller. The snap-hook device is… (2022-502) SOLD. Learn More »

MILITIA / CONFEDERATE SHEET BRASS CROSS BELT PLATE

MILITIA / CONFEDERATE SHEET BRASS CROSS BELT PLATE

Excavated sheet brass cross belt plate very similar to the Confederate “clipped corner” plates and cadet plates.  Nice brown patina. Recovered from the Fredericksburg area. Retains good shape as… (2022-393) SOLD. Learn More »

REPRINT HISTORY OF A HARD FIGHTING 2ND CORPS UNIT -THE 14TH CONNECTICUT INFANTRY

REPRINT HISTORY OF A HARD FIGHTING 2ND CORPS UNIT -THE 14TH CONNECTICUT INFANTRY

This is a 1987 reprint done by Ron R. Van Sickle Military Books of the 1906 original written by Charles D. Page. Hardback volume meas. approx. 6.50 x 9.25 inches with red covers and the title in gold… (856-07) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

1914 JACKSON MONUMENT FUNDRAISING CONFEDERATE FLAG PIN

1914 JACKSON MONUMENT FUNDRAISING CONFEDERATE FLAG PIN

This pin was sold as part of the fundraising effort to erect a statue to Jackson on Richmond’s Monument Avenue to join monuments to Lee, Stuart, and Jefferson Davis. May 1, 1914, was declared… (2022-505) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

1900 UCV REUNION CELLULOID PIN

1900 UCV REUNION CELLULOID PIN

This shield-shaped ivory color celluloid pin is printed with an image of Lee in a rococo bordered frame with a wreath at bottom on which is superimposed a shield bearing the ANV battleflag crossing a… (2022-504) SOLD. Learn More »

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE CAP BOX WITH WOOD FINIAL, PICK AND FLEECE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

CLASSIC CONFEDERATE CAP BOX WITH WOOD FINIAL, PICK AND FLEECE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

Confederate cap boxes don’t get much better than this. This is not only in outstanding condition, it retains the fleece inside that was used to keep the percussion caps from being jostled out if the… (1052-61B) SOLD. Learn More »

1899 LETTER FROM GEN. JOE WHEELER TO A FELLOW GEORGIA CS VETERAN

1899 LETTER FROM GEN. JOE WHEELER TO A FELLOW GEORGIA CS VETERAN

On U.S. House of Representatives stationary, this typewritten letter is clearly signed in brown ink at the bottom by former Confederate General Joe Wheeler. Addressed to P.A. Greene, Seale, Alabama.… (2022-432) SOLD. Learn More »

SCARCE 75th GETTYSBURG ANNIVERSARY PROGRAM

SCARCE 75th GETTYSBURG ANNIVERSARY PROGRAM

A nicely matted and gilt framed copy of the program for the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, billed as the “Final Reunion of the Blue and Gray.” Attended by 1,359 Union veterans and… (2022-431) SOLD. Learn More »

HAMMER FOR MODEL 1855 RIFLE-MUSKET

HAMMER FOR MODEL 1855 RIFLE-MUSKET

Excellent condition hammer for the model 1855 rifle-musket with Maynard tape priming system. Hammer is clean with no wear. Strong cross-hatch on thumb tab and sharp cutting edge. Small “B”… (362-994) SOLD. Learn More »

RELIC U.S. “W.H. SMITH” CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM 1ST DAYS FIELD, GETTYSBURG, KEN BREAM COLLECTION

RELIC U.S. “W.H. SMITH” CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM 1ST DAYS FIELD, GETTYSBURG, KEN BREAM COLLECTION

This excavated Pattern 1839 oval US cartridge box plate has an even dark brown patina. The brass face is smooth with a central “US”.  The plate’s reverse has 99% of the lead fill remaining. The… (1163-66) SOLD. Learn More »

RELIC U.S. M1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE FROM 1ST DAYS FIELD, GETTYSBURG, KEN BREAM COLLECTION

RELIC U.S. M1826 EAGLE BREAST PLATE FROM 1ST DAYS FIELD, GETTYSBURG, KEN BREAM COLLECTION

This excavated Pattern 1826 US eagle breast plate has an even dark brown patina. The brass face features an eagle clutching arrows and an olive branch.  The plate’s reverse has 95% of the lead fill… (1163-70) SOLD. Learn More »


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HISTORICAL PRESENTATION MODEL 1840 GENERAL OFFICER’S SWORD OF WILLIAM SCHOULER, ADJUTANT GENERAL OF MASSACHUSETTS 1860: HE PREPARED THE “MINUTEMEN OF ‘61”

This sword has a wonderful undisturbed patina on the exterior and bright blade with vivid etching that really catches the eye when drawn. It also bears a great 1860 inscription to the Adjutant General Schouler of Massachusetts, who was largely… (870-343). Learn More »

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