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M1874 MCKEEVER CARTRIDGE BOX WITH NEW JERSEY MILITIA PLATE

M1874 MCKEEVER CARTRIDGE BOX WITH NEW JERSEY MILITIA PLATE

Indian Wars era box, with WATERVLIET ARSENAL markings on back of closing tab, between the belt loops. Constructed of two halves and hinged with a brass rod. Interior features stitched straps for… (1235-440) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

THE RECORD OF NEWS, HISTORY AND LITERATURE - RICHMOND, AUGUST 27, 1863

THE RECORD OF NEWS, HISTORY AND LITERATURE - RICHMOND, AUGUST 27, 1863

Mast head contains the seal of the Confederate States  of America –“Deo Vindice.” Volume 14 [Number 11].  8pp. [93-100]. Exhibits fold-marks, light water staining, & light chipping at the… (1179-1829) SOLD. Learn More »

UNION OCCUPATION NEWSPAPER THE NEW SOUTH - PORT ROYAL, S.C., NOVEMBER 22, 1863

UNION OCCUPATION NEWSPAPER THE NEW SOUTH - PORT ROYAL, S.C., NOVEMBER 22, 1863

Vol. 1, No. 14. 4 pp, 9.75” x 13, three columns. Exhibits fold-marks, slight chip lower left margin,  tiny circular spot in upper right margin. Else VG, and entirely legible. The New South was a… (1179-1817) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

RELIC SNY BELT PLATE RECOVERED AT COLD HARBOR

RELIC SNY BELT PLATE RECOVERED AT COLD HARBOR

This is an original Civil War oval “SNY” waistbelt plate issued by the state of New York to its early war volunteer regiments that was recovered at Cold Harbor, the scene of heavy fighting and… (490-5810) SOLD. Learn More »

EXCAVATED CIVIL WAR/ INDIAN WAR CAVALRY BOOT: FORT PEMBINA

EXCAVATED CIVIL WAR/ INDIAN WAR CAVALRY BOOT: FORT PEMBINA

This appears to be the very scarce Civil War issue cavalry boot, but uses brass screwed soles which came in with the 1872 pattern. The leather is stiff and wrinkled so it is tough to get an exact… (1052-544) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

CDV OF TWICE WOUNDED 3RD VERMONT SOLDIER WITH 6TH CORPS BADGE

CDV OF TWICE WOUNDED 3RD VERMONT SOLDIER WITH 6TH CORPS BADGE

Image is a bust view of Horace Davis wearing a dark frock coat with a 6th Corps badge clearly visible on his right chest. He also wears a smaller badge on his left chest but it is a bit indistinct.… (160-568) SOLD. Learn More »

CDV OF 1861 FORT SUMTER DEFENDER - GENERAL JOHN G. FOSTER BY BRADY

CDV OF 1861 FORT SUMTER DEFENDER - GENERAL JOHN G. FOSTER BY BRADY

CDV shows Foster from the waist-up. He wears a dark kepi with the two stars of a major general above a “U.S.” within a wreath on the front of the cap, dark double-breasted frock coat with black… (160-565) SOLD. Learn More »

CDV OF FITZHUGH LEE IN PRE-WAR FEDERAL UNIFORM

CDV OF FITZHUGH LEE IN PRE-WAR FEDERAL UNIFORM

Image is a waist-up seated view of Lee in the uniform of a Federal 2nd lieutenant most likely taken not long after his graduation from West Point. Lee is posed in a partial left profile with one of… (160-564) SOLD. Learn More »

CDV OF THE “LAZIEST MECHANIC IN PHILADELPHIA”

CDV OF THE “LAZIEST MECHANIC IN PHILADELPHIA”

This oversized CDV is of a young man wearing a white jacket and trousers over a dark vest or coat with a white shirt and dark bowtie. He wears a straw hat and holds a pipe wrench by his side. Bottom… (160-357) SOLD. Learn More »

AMES MODEL 1841 U.S. NAVAL CUTLASS DATED 1842: FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION; FIRST CONTRACT

AMES MODEL 1841 U.S. NAVAL CUTLASS DATED 1842: FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION; FIRST CONTRACT

The 1841 U.S. Navy cutlass is scarce. Only 6,600 of them were made from 1842 through 1846. Ames sent three cutlasses of slightly different configuration to the Board of Naval Ordnance in November… (2024-01) SOLD. Learn More »

MODEL 1851 SWORD BELT PLATE: INFANTRY NCO, CAVALRY, ARTILLERY

MODEL 1851 SWORD BELT PLATE: INFANTRY NCO, CAVALRY, ARTILLERY

This is a very good, non-excavated example of the early-war enlisted sword belt plate issued to cavalrymen, artillerymen, and infantry sergeants. These are slotted for the belt and have an integrally… (2024-184) SOLD. Learn More »

.69 CALIBER BUCK & BALL CARTRIDGE

.69 CALIBER BUCK & BALL CARTRIDGE

This is an original .69 caliber Buck & Ball cartridge.  Composed of a .69 caliber round ball with three .31 caliber buckshot on top.  Wrapped in cartridge paper and tied with string between each… (2024-331) SOLD. Learn More »

FULL (OPENED) PACK OF .50 CALIBER GALLAGER CARTRIDGES – POULTNEY PATENT

FULL (OPENED) PACK OF .50 CALIBER GALLAGER CARTRIDGES – POULTNEY PATENT

A nice, solid pack containing ten .50 caliber cartridge for the Gallager carbine. These are the paper and brass foil cartridges. Made under Thomas Poultney’s patent of 1863. Pack has been opened… (1179-1448) SOLD. Learn More »

.44 CALIBER RIFLE REVOLVER CARTRIDGE BY JOHNSON & DOW

.44 CALIBER RIFLE REVOLVER CARTRIDGE BY JOHNSON & DOW

Johnson & Dow received patents #33,393, #34,061, and #35,687 dated October 1, 1861, January 7, and June 24, 1862 for their cartridges. Using paper or fabric that was treated to make it… (1179-1330) SOLD. Learn More »

MANN’S WAISTBELT WITH BUCKLE, CAP BOX & ONE CARTRIDGE BOX WITH VERBAL ID TO 116TH NEW YORK SOLDIER -  FROM TEXAS MUSEUM

MANN’S WAISTBELT WITH BUCKLE, CAP BOX & ONE CARTRIDGE BOX WITH VERBAL ID TO 116TH NEW YORK SOLDIER - FROM TEXAS MUSEUM

William Mann, an officer in the 7th Michigan Cavalry, patented a system in late 1863 for both cavalry and infantry that distributed the weight of ammunition and accouterments more evenly and placed… (1179-416) SOLD. Learn More »

US ARMY BOOT FROM FORT BUFORD, NORTH DAKOTA

US ARMY BOOT FROM FORT BUFORD, NORTH DAKOTA

This boot comes from Fort Buford, North Dakota, is in relic condition and was excavated on private property with the owner’s permission in anaerobic soil conditions that preserved it. The leg has… (1052-493) SOLD. Learn More »

A POWDER HORN IN THE MAKING FROM FORT PEMBINA

A POWDER HORN IN THE MAKING FROM FORT PEMBINA

Soldiers in remote US army frontier forts likely spent a lot more time fighting boredom in garrison than they did fending off attacks or campaigning. In this case it looks very much like a soldier… (1052-458) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

FRAMED LOT OF WORLD WAR TWO US ARMY AIR FORCE MATCHBOOKS

FRAMED LOT OF WORLD WAR TWO US ARMY AIR FORCE MATCHBOOKS

Modern frame holds 19 colorful matchbooks decorated with numerous different aircraft. The air fields represented and artwork are: CHARLES FIELD, SAULT STE. MARIE, MICHIGAN SANTA MARIA, CALIFORNIA -… (772-155) SOLD. Learn More »

$40.00
SOLD

RARE 4.2-INCH, 30-POUND PARROTT RIFLE CANISTER ROUND

RARE 4.2-INCH, 30-POUND PARROTT RIFLE CANISTER ROUND

This canister round is complete, with tinned iron body nailed to its original wood sabot, filled with iron balls, and closed off by bending over tabs cut along the top edge of the cylinder to hold the… (2024-30) SOLD. Learn More »

PAIR OF BRASS CIVIL WAR NCO SHOULDER SCALES WITH ATTACHMENTS

PAIR OF BRASS CIVIL WAR NCO SHOULDER SCALES WITH ATTACHMENTS

These scales were meant for wear by NCO’s on the nine-button frock coat or the cavalry and artillery shell jackets. They are of multi-piece construction. Each brass scale was slid into place and… (1235-42) SOLD. Learn More »


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VIVID EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT OF THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG – LT. HENRY J. WALTZ, 93RD PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

An eyewitness account of the Battle of Gettysburg written by Lt. Henry J. Waltz, Quartermaster, Co. I, 93rd Pennsylvania Volunteers. The ledger measures 12” x 7 ½”; covers are rough, some separation to interior binding near the front of the… (1194-04). Learn More »

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