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9th INDIANA CAVALRY BATTLE DAMAGED CAVALRY SABER OF JOHN B. REASONER

9th INDIANA CAVALRY BATTLE DAMAGED CAVALRY SABER OF JOHN B. REASONER

This relic condition U.S. M1860 light cavalry saber has a dead-real stamping on the face of the pommel reading: “J.B. REASONER / CO L 9 IND / CAVL.” It also has side branches of the guard that are… (534-32) SOLD. Learn More »

COPY OF “CIVIL WAR RELICS OF THE WESTERN CAMPAIGNS” FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE RON TUNISON

COPY OF “CIVIL WAR RELICS OF THE WESTERN CAMPAIGNS” FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE RON TUNISON

The book was written and compiled by Charles S. Harris and designed and produced by Michael J. O’Donnell. It was published by Rapidan Press, Mechanicsville, Virginia and printed in 1989. Volume is… (1100-275) SOLD. Learn More »

$40.00
SOLD

THREE VOLUME SET OF “ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CIVIL WAR BIOGRAPHIES” FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE RON TUNISON

THREE VOLUME SET OF “ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CIVIL WAR BIOGRAPHIES” FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE LATE RON TUNISON

Complete three volume set of “ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CIVIL WAR BIOGRAPHIES” by James M. McPherson and published by the Sharpe Reference Co. Armonk, N.Y. in 2000. Each volume is bound in red cloth with… (1100-248) SOLD. Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

SONG SHEET – GIVE US BACK OUR OLD COMMANDER

SONG SHEET – GIVE US BACK OUR OLD COMMANDER

Patriotic songs such as this became very popular during the Civil War. This song sheet was published in 1862 by Winner & Co. of Philadelphia. Words and music by Sep Winner. First verse of song… (998-417) SOLD. Learn More »

$20.00
SOLD

SONG SHEET – BRAVE BOYS ARE THEY

SONG SHEET – BRAVE BOYS ARE THEY

Patriotic songs such as this became very popular during the Civil War. This song sheet was published in 1861 by H. M. Higgins. Words and music by Henry Clay Work. First verse of song reads, “Heavily… (998-424) SOLD. Learn More »

$20.00
SOLD

“BATTLE OF THE CRATER” MUSTER ROLL—CO. “D”, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

“BATTLE OF THE CRATER” MUSTER ROLL—CO. “D”, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

Dated “August 31, 1864”, signed by Company officer, “N. De Graff, 2nd Lieut.” Standard pre-printed government form, 31” x 21.5, listing 64 soldiers, w/multiple columns. Exhibits fold-marks,… (1094-41) SOLD. Learn More »

MUSTER ROLL—COMPANY “D”, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY—Dated Raleigh, N.C., April 30, 1865

MUSTER ROLL—COMPANY “D”, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY—Dated Raleigh, N.C., April 30, 1865

Pre-printed form. 2 columned, fldg.  pages., 21 x 30. Exhibits slight yellowing, slight soiling and minor tears along fold-lines. Else VG. Contains an end-of-the-war Muster Roll narrative summary,… (1094-81) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

UNION SOLDIER LETTER, w/COVER—CORPORAL SEELY CONOVER, CO. “B”, 115TH INFANTRY

UNION SOLDIER LETTER, w/COVER—CORPORAL SEELY CONOVER, CO. “B”, 115TH INFANTRY

Dated “U.S. General Hospital/ Annapolis, MD / Nov. 19th, 1864.” Addressed to “Miss Fannie Bingham/ Oneota /Otsego Co. / New York, postmarked “Annapolis, MD, Nov. 21”. 5 pp. in ink on lined… (1094-52) SOLD. Learn More »

UNION SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE REUBEN T. WELLS, C0. “E”, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

UNION SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE REUBEN T. WELLS, C0. “E”, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

Dated “Virginia / June/ Under-the Brest works at Petarsburg.” Addressed to “Dear and most loving wife.”  3 pp. in ink on unlined paper, 5” x 8. Exhibits fold-marks, else VG. Reuben T. Wells… (1094-35) SOLD. Learn More »

ORIGINAL COPY OF THE 22ND PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY REGIMENTAL HISTORY

ORIGINAL COPY OF THE 22ND PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY REGIMENTAL HISTORY

The full title of this volume is “THE TWENTY-SECOND PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY AND THE RINGGOLD BATTALION 1861-1865.” The history was written, compiled and published by Samuel Clarke Farrar, Company C,… (1146-248) SOLD. Learn More »

12-POUNDER BORMAN CANNON BALL FROM COLD HARBOR

12-POUNDER BORMAN CANNON BALL FROM COLD HARBOR

Typical cannon ball for Civil War smoothbore artillery pieces in “dug” condition. This has a complete Bormann time fuse in place. Fuse clearly exhibits the timing marks and remains in good… (766-1662) SOLD. Learn More »

US/CS 4.52-INCH 12-PDR. SPHERICAL SHELL WITH WOOD FUSE PLUG

US/CS 4.52-INCH 12-PDR. SPHERICAL SHELL WITH WOOD FUSE PLUG

Here is an original 4.52” spherical shell with wood fuse plug in place. The iron surface remains clean and in very good condition. A perfect wood fuse adapter is in place. A hollow shell meant to be… (766-1681) SOLD. Learn More »

PACKAGE OF 4-SECOND ARTILLERY TIME FUSES

PACKAGE OF 4-SECOND ARTILLERY TIME FUSES

Complete pack of 4-second time fuses for artillery shells. Tan paper-wrapped pack of five fuses. Tied with string. Stenciled “4.S”.  Paper is cracked over top and bottom edges. [jet] [ph:L] Note:… (1151-20) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL 8-SECOND FUSES

PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL 8-SECOND FUSES

This pack of 8-second artillery fuses originates from the Frankford Arsenal and was produced in 1863. The pack is constructed of a drilled wood block covered with a printed paper label. This paper… (1151-16) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL 20-SECOND FUSES

PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL 20-SECOND FUSES

This pack of 20-second artillery fuses originates from the Frankford Arsenal and was produced in 1864. The pack is constructed of a drilled wood block covered with a paper label. This paper covering… (1151-15) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

SPYGLASS/TELESCOPE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

SPYGLASS/TELESCOPE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

Beautiful brass antique spyglass/telescope. Constructed of brass with a cord wrap around the body.  Complete – five sections with lens covers.  It retains clear optics and is in perfect working… (179-1123) SOLD. Learn More »

SIXTH-PLATE RUBY AMBROTYPE OF TWO ARMED MEMBERS OF THE 4TH MISSOURI INFANTRY

SIXTH-PLATE RUBY AMBROTYPE OF TWO ARMED MEMBERS OF THE 4TH MISSOURI INFANTRY

The subjects of this exceptionally clear ambrotype are identified as Ludwig and Louis Reifsteck. Ludwig stands at left wearing a dark kepi, light-colored overcoat with cape and a white buff belt with… (2021-930) SOLD. Learn More »

US WORLD WAR ONE MODEL 1916 BACON CAN

US WORLD WAR ONE MODEL 1916 BACON CAN

Standard issue tin ration or "bacon" can. It meas. approx. 7.00 x 3.00 x 3.00. Detachable lid is embossed at top "Model of 1916." Lid has some residue from an old label but otherwise the item is in… (1000-2679) SOLD. Learn More »

$30.00
SOLD

US MODEL 1910 CONDIMENT CAN

US MODEL 1910 CONDIMENT CAN

Used by the US Army throughout World War One the can is made of ribbed tin and meas. approx. 6.50 inches long by 2.50 inches wide by 2.50 inches tall. Each end of the can has a screw-off cap. The… (1000-2678) SOLD. Learn More »

$20.00
SOLD

US MODEL 1910 CONDIMENT CAN

US MODEL 1910 CONDIMENT CAN

Used by the US Army throughout World War One the can is made of ribbed tin and meas. approx. 6.50 inches long by 2.50 inches wide by 2.50 inches tall. Each end of the can has a screw-off cap. The… (1000-2677) SOLD. Learn More »

$20.00
SOLD


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