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SOCKET BAYONET AND SCABBARD FOR AUSTRIAN LORENZ RIFLE

SOCKET BAYONET AND SCABBARD FOR AUSTRIAN LORENZ RIFLE

This is an original socket bayonet for the Austrian M1854 “Lorenz” rifle musket, with its distinct four-sided blade and diagonal mortise slot in the socket. Bayonet attached to the Austrian Lorenz… (2021-545) SOLD. Learn More »

SIXTH-PLATE TIN OF A UNION CAVALRY LIEUTENANT

SIXTH-PLATE TIN OF A UNION CAVALRY LIEUTENANT

Image is of an intimidating bearded Union cavalry lieutenant posed with one hand in his lap and grasping the hilt of his saber with the other. He wears a dark slouch hat turned up on one side with… (160-553) SOLD. Learn More »

SIXTH-PLATE TIN OF UNION SOLDIER ARMED WITH A DAHLGREN RIFLE

SIXTH-PLATE TIN OF UNION SOLDIER ARMED WITH A DAHLGREN RIFLE

Very clear tintype of a standing Union soldier posed cradling his Dahlgren rifle in his arms. He wears a dark forage cap, buttoned-up dark frock coat and matching dark trousers. Contrast and clarity… (160-551) SOLD. Learn More »

SIXTH-PLATE TIN OF A YOUNG MAN HOLDING A SMITH CARBINE

SIXTH-PLATE TIN OF A YOUNG MAN HOLDING A SMITH CARBINE

Image is of a young man wearing a dark slouch hat, light shirt with exposed suspenders and dark trousers. He is posed in front of a painted backdrop of a forest scene with his hands resting on the… (490-5984) SOLD. Learn More »

THE COURIER - NATCHEZ [MS], APRIL 29, 1862

THE COURIER - NATCHEZ [MS], APRIL 29, 1862

Volume X / Number 95. 2 pp., 16” x 12.5, 4 columns. Exhibits fold-marks w/slight tear, and slight yellowing. Else VG. Contains advertisements, recruiting notices and new treating the war.… (1179-1836) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

NEW YORK TIMES, APRIL 18, 1865 [LINCOLN ASSASSINATION CONTENT]

NEW YORK TIMES, APRIL 18, 1865 [LINCOLN ASSASSINATION CONTENT]

Vol. XIV—No. 4232. 8 pp., 16” x 21, 6 columns (trimmed in black). Exhibits fold-marks, light chipping of right margin, light repaired tear in upper right-hand corner.  Else Good plus and entirely… (2023-3177) SOLD. Learn More »

BATTLE OF FRANKLIN CIVIL WAR EAGLE CARTRIDGE BOX BREAST PLATE

BATTLE OF FRANKLIN CIVIL WAR EAGLE CARTRIDGE BOX BREAST PLATE

This is the regulation US plate worn on the infantry cartridge box sling and was recovered at Franklin, Tennessee, the site of Hood’s disastrous attack on the troops of Gen. John M. Schofield on… (490-5807) SOLD. Learn More »

US CIVIL WAR PISTOL CARTRIDGE BOX

US CIVIL WAR PISTOL CARTRIDGE BOX

The leather on this box is in overall good condition. The outer flap shows only heavy wear in the form of surface finish loss at top and edges. Latch tab shows wear but is solid and attached by arched… (1235-40) SOLD. Learn More »

19TH CENTURY WHITE PORCELAIN INVALID CUP FROM THE TEXAS MUSEUM OF HISTORY

19TH CENTURY WHITE PORCELAIN INVALID CUP FROM THE TEXAS MUSEUM OF HISTORY

Plain white glazed cup with side handle and long spout. Top of the cup has a half cover with a scrolled edge. Cup is in very fine condition with 100% of the glaze present with no chips or cracks. No… (1179-1201) SOLD. Learn More »

$20.00
SOLD

STERLING SILVER GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR SPOON

STERLING SILVER GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR SPOON

Manufactured by the Gorham Mfg. Co. circa 1890.  Battle scene in bowl with handle adorned by “Genius of Liberty” figure which sits atop the Soldiers’ National Monument in the National Cemetery.… (635-566) SOLD. Learn More »

KEPI CROWN FROM AN INDIAN WARS US ARMY FRONTIER FORT

KEPI CROWN FROM AN INDIAN WARS US ARMY FRONTIER FORT

This relic from Fort Pembina, ND, is about two-thirds of the crown of a soldier’s kepi. The color has shifted from blue to an olive brown, a little darker on one side than the other, and shows white… (1052-433) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

RELIC KEPI PIECES FROM AN INDIAN WARS US ARMY FRONTIER FORT

RELIC KEPI PIECES FROM AN INDIAN WARS US ARMY FRONTIER FORT

This is the lower portion of a soldier’s kepi from excavations at Fort Pembina, ND. This includes much of the lower band of the cap and the interior stiffener or part of the sweat band. The fabric… (1052-1103) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

.54 CALIBER BURNSIDE CARBINE CARTRIDGE

.54 CALIBER BURNSIDE CARBINE CARTRIDGE

Excavated cartridge for Burnside carbine. This easily recognized cartridge was made of drawn brass and features the “swell” around the bullet at the case mouth. This swell held lubricant and was… (236-948) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

32-BORE (~.52 CALIBER) SHARPS CARBINE OR RIFLE CARTRIDGE, GOMEZ & MILLS PATENT

32-BORE (~.52 CALIBER) SHARPS CARBINE OR RIFLE CARTRIDGE, GOMEZ & MILLS PATENT

Here is a very rare 32-Bore Sharps cartridge with a multi-groove bullet by Gomez and Mills. This cartridge is in excellent condition. The paper is crisp, and you can clearly see where other cartridges… (2024-288) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SPUR

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SPUR

This is one the wide variety of spurs produced throughout the south during the Civil War with many variations, but recognizably Confederate. The side straps are flat, but contoured to narrow toward… (490-6765) SOLD. Learn More »

SIXTH-PLATE TINTYPE OF A TOUGH LOOKING FEDERAL INFANTRYMAN

SIXTH-PLATE TINTYPE OF A TOUGH LOOKING FEDERAL INFANTRYMAN

Image is of a stern looking Union soldier posed with his arms crossed over his chest. He wears a dark kepi, dark New York style shell jacket with cloth epaulettes with gold gilt buttons and light… (160-548) SOLD. Learn More »

SIXTH-PLATE TIN OF A SEATED UNION SOLDIER

SIXTH-PLATE TIN OF A SEATED UNION SOLDIER

Nice clear tintype of a seated Union soldier posed with his hands resting in his lap. He wears a dark forage cap with a quatrefoil on the crown, dark frock coat with gold gilt buttons and light… (160-554) SOLD. Learn More »

VERY NICE SEATED VIEW OF GENERAL RANDOLPH MARCY – CHIEF OF STAFF AND FATHER-IN-LAW OF GENERAL GEORGE B. McCLELLAN

VERY NICE SEATED VIEW OF GENERAL RANDOLPH MARCY – CHIEF OF STAFF AND FATHER-IN-LAW OF GENERAL GEORGE B. McCLELLAN

Nice clean clear image of Marcy as a brigadier general seated in a partial right profile with his arms folded across his chest. Contrast and clarity are excellent as are the paper and mount. Bottom… (160-401) SOLD. Learn More »

BUST VIEW OF GENERAL WILLIAM D. WHIPPLE

BUST VIEW OF GENERAL WILLIAM D. WHIPPLE

Image is a chest-up view of Whipple as a brigadier general. He wears a dark double-breasted frock coat with black felt collar and brigadier general’s shoulder straps. Contrast and clarity are… (160-382) SOLD. Learn More »

THE GALVESTON TRI-WEEKLY NEWS - [HOUSTON] MARCH 24, 1865

THE GALVESTON TRI-WEEKLY NEWS - [HOUSTON] MARCH 24, 1865

Vol. XXIII. 4 pp., five columns. Exhibits fold-marks, slight chipping at the extremities. Else VG. Published two weeks prior to R.E. Lee’s surrender at Appomattox and two months prior to Kirby… (1179-1833) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD


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GETTYSBURG COPELAND SPENCER M1860 ARMY RIFLE #2494: THIRD PURCHASE ORDER

Wiley Sword correlated Spencer production numbers with deliveries to provide estimated serial number ranges for the 1,200 Model 1860 Spencer Army Rifles ordered by Col. Joseph Copeland to arm the 5th Michigan Cavalry, with the remainder being issued… (1081-25). Learn More »

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