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THE SIXTH CORPS  NEWSPAPER – MAY 13, 1865

THE SIXTH CORPS NEWSPAPER – MAY 13, 1865

Volume 1, Number 15. Dated, “Danville, Va., May 13, 1865.” 2 pp., 18.25” x 12.5, five columns. Exhibits fold-marks, slight yellowing, light chipping at the extremities. Else VG. This Union… (766-1807) SOLD. Learn More »

PAMPHLET, LETTERS OF COL. MOSBY AND JOHN TYLER

PAMPHLET, LETTERS OF COL. MOSBY AND JOHN TYLER

Broadsheet printed on both sides and folded to make 8 pages. Contemporary reprint from the New York Herald of Aug. 12, 1876. This reprints a letter from Mosby to a former Confederate comrade in reply… (141-30) SOLD. Learn More »

$60.00
SOLD

CIVIL WAR TOKEN RECOVERED FROM CHICAGO PRIVY

CIVIL WAR TOKEN RECOVERED FROM CHICAGO PRIVY

Copper, penny-sized token from Civil War Era recovered in Chicago privy.  The front of the token reads “BARKER & ILLSLEY/ HARDWARE/ NAILS/ & / STOVES/ 77 STATE ST/ CHICAGO.”  On reverse… (179-1158) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

RARE REGULATION US ISSUE LANCE HEAD FOR THE 6th PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY: RUSH’S LANCERS

RARE REGULATION US ISSUE LANCE HEAD FOR THE 6th PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY: RUSH’S LANCERS

The 6th Pennsylvania cavalry, “Rush’s Lancers,” was one of the few units on either side given lances and among the very few to take them into the field. This is an excellent example of the… (1184-68) SOLD. Learn More »

ON-THE-SPOT BATTLEFIELD DISPATCH AND MAP FROM THE BATTLE OF ARKANSAS POST WITH WRITING KIT AND IMPROVISED DISPATCH CASE

ON-THE-SPOT BATTLEFIELD DISPATCH AND MAP FROM THE BATTLE OF ARKANSAS POST WITH WRITING KIT AND IMPROVISED DISPATCH CASE

This group of artifacts includes an original battlefield dispatch hastily written in pencil by General George W. Morgan in his own hand to Admiral David Dixon Porter regarding coordination of the navy… (2022-1676) SOLD. Learn More »

1987 REPRINT COPY OF THE 1900 ORIGINAL – THE MARYLAND LINE IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY

1987 REPRINT COPY OF THE 1900 ORIGINAL – THE MARYLAND LINE IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY

The full title of this volume is “THE MARYLAND LINE IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY 1861-1865.” The author is W. W. Goldsborough who was a Maryland Confederate veteran. The book was published by Olde… (1180-05) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

EARLY 20TH CENTURY COMBINATION KNIFE AND SPOON BY CAMILLUS

EARLY 20TH CENTURY COMBINATION KNIFE AND SPOON BY CAMILLUS

This knife and spoon combination is the size of a large pocket knife and has a similar shape. One side has a folding spoon while next to it is a folding knife. Unlike most sets, this one is not… (2022-1472) SOLD. Learn More »

CHAPEAU RAIN COVER

CHAPEAU RAIN COVER

The chapeau was a dress hat worn most often by Naval officers, but occasionally by Army officers (such as Winfield Scott). The chapeau could be folded flat and carried under the arm. Offered here is a… (1179-230) SOLD. Learn More »

RARE HOSPITAL STEWARD’S HARDEE HAT AND MANUAL – WILLIAM HENRY COMSTCOK, 85TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS

RARE HOSPITAL STEWARD’S HARDEE HAT AND MANUAL – WILLIAM HENRY COMSTCOK, 85TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS

This rare Hospital Stewards Model 1858 Hardee hat designed to be worn for full or parade dress was actually worn in the field! Issued to William Henry Comstock 85 NY Volunteers in the summer of 1863… (88-117) SOLD. Learn More »

1850-1865 MILITIA PANEL PLATE

1850-1865 MILITIA PANEL PLATE

This die-struck rolled brass plate has a spread-winged eagle at center with a patriotic shield on his chest surrounded by a border of 12 stars and a garland of oak leaves. The face is in excellent… (490-3652) SOLD. Learn More »

WINE COLORED SILK CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S SASH

WINE COLORED SILK CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S SASH

Woven wine-colored silk sash meas. just over 11 ft long from acorn to acorn. There are many small snags visible over the surface of the sash from use and age. Some snags are larger than others but… (1179-288) SOLD. Learn More »

EAGLE HEAD SWORD

EAGLE HEAD SWORD

War of 1812 period US officers eagle pommel sword. Bone gripped, brass mounted saber not only with a great eagle head pommel, but two standing eagles with spread wings on langets. A fourth eagle is… (1181-10) SOLD. Learn More »

DUG US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED AT FREDERICKSBURG

DUG US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED AT FREDERICKSBURG

The face is in very nice condition. It is free of dings dents and scratches with a good “US” stamping. Face has a mixed brown patina. Reverse has both rusted iron hooks. Both are chipped and show… (2022-1400) SOLD. Learn More »

DUG US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED AT FREDERICKSBURG

DUG US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED AT FREDERICKSBURG

The face is in good condition. It is free of dings dents and scratches with a good “US” stamping. Face has a light brown patina with minor rust at the top of the letter “U.” Both hooks are… (2022-1403) SOLD. Learn More »

EXCELLENT WW1 P08 LUGER HOLSTER

EXCELLENT WW1 P08 LUGER HOLSTER

This holster in minty condition with all buckles, loops, and straps in place and secure. The seams are good throughout. The leather is a warm brown color with good surface. The magazine pocket is… (881-19) SOLD. Learn More »

RELIC IRON STIRRUP RECOVERED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

RELIC IRON STIRRUP RECOVERED NEAR FREDERICKSBURG

Excavated iron stirrup is complete and in solid condition. Iron exhibits surface rust typical of an excavated relic and is uncoated. Large oval foot pad across bottom. Interesting relic. Recovered… (2022-1555) SOLD. Learn More »

$20.00
SOLD

RELIC TONGUE PORTION OF 1840s-1850s MILITIA BELT PLATE

RELIC TONGUE PORTION OF 1840s-1850s MILITIA BELT PLATE

This is an excavated half of a circa 1840s-1850s militia infantry officer’s waist belt “tongue and wreath” plate. This half is the tongue portion with the central disc featuring the eagle… (2022-1347) SOLD. Learn More »

VERY NICE CONDITION UNION ARTILLERY SHELL JACKET WITH ORIGINAL SERGEANT CHEVRONS ADDED

VERY NICE CONDITION UNION ARTILLERY SHELL JACKET WITH ORIGINAL SERGEANT CHEVRONS ADDED

Standard issue dark blue wool shell jacket with red piping on collar and cuffs and red trim down the front and along the edges. Jacket has 11-button front with two buttons on each side of the collar.… (1179-235) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE USED AND ISSUED SOUTHERN MADE SHOTGUN

CONFEDERATE USED AND ISSUED SOUTHERN MADE SHOTGUN

One can immediately discern that this fine double-barrel shot gun was modified for Confederate military use. The bore sizes are .80 caliber or Full Gauge and will readily accept both military .69 buck… (88-121) SOLD. Learn More »

IDENTIFIED CINCINNATI DEPOT CANTEEN AND CUP – 113th ILLINOIS INFANTRY

IDENTIFIED CINCINNATI DEPOT CANTEEN AND CUP – 113th ILLINOIS INFANTRY

This regulation model 1858 canteen was manufactured at the Cincinnati Depot and has the expected tin spout. 95% of its course cloth covering is intact with minor period darning on the obverse. The… (88-125) SOLD. Learn More »


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CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE IDENTIFIED TO CAPTAIN MARCUS A. MOORE, 1ST MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY

Manufactured: Newark, NJ Maker: Sauerbier, Henry Year: Early Civil War Model: Model 1840 transitional with 1860 style grip Size: 34.2 inch blade, 1.17 wide, .353 thick This sword has all true Type 1 features with the exception of the Model 1860 style… (870-159). Learn More »

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