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US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE COAT BUTTON RECOVERED AT CULP’S HILL, GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

US GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE COAT BUTTON RECOVERED AT CULP’S HILL, GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

Light chocolate patina, shank present but bent. Has a few small areas of verdigris. Small crack to face at upper right, with corresponding damage on reverse. Verdigris also present on reverse;… (1163-121A) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

VERY NICE FULL STANDING VIEW OF A MEMBER OF “COOK’S BATTERY” 1ST MASSACHUSETTS LIGHT ARTILLERY

VERY NICE FULL STANDING VIEW OF A MEMBER OF “COOK’S BATTERY” 1ST MASSACHUSETTS LIGHT ARTILLERY

The unknown subject of this CDV strikes a debonair pose leaning against a draped column. He wears what is known to be a gray double-breasted frock coat with matching trousers. The coat has cuffs that… (1138-650) SOLD. Learn More »

STANDING VIEW OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIER CAPTURED AT PERRYVILLE

STANDING VIEW OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIER CAPTURED AT PERRYVILLE

CDV is of Private B. M. Tillman of the 51st Tennessee Consolidated Infantry. He is posed with one hand resting on the back of a chair. He wears a light-colored double-breasted frockcoat with dark… (1138-896) SOLD. Learn More »

INK ID BUST VIEW OF 14TH TENNESSEE CAPTAIN KILLED AT PETERSBURG

INK ID BUST VIEW OF 14TH TENNESSEE CAPTAIN KILLED AT PETERSBURG

CDV is of Captain Harry W. Bullock of Company G, 14th Tennessee Infantry. Bullock is shown wearing a light-colored frockcoat and dark western type string bowtie. The image is set within a printed… (1138-895) SOLD. Learn More »

UNIDENTIFIED CONFEDERATE LIEUTENANT-COLONEL BY COOK OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA

UNIDENTIFIED CONFEDERATE LIEUTENANT-COLONEL BY COOK OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA

CDV is a waist-up view of an unidentified Confederate lieutenant-colonel. He wears a light-colored double-breasted frockcoat with two stars on the collar. The photographer has tinted the buttons,… (1138-879) SOLD. Learn More »

PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON - MANUSCRIPT COPY - EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY

PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON - MANUSCRIPT COPY - EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY

For Samuel Tate, Shelby County Co., Tenn.  Dated “City of Washington, Thirty First day of May A.D. 1865. Two pp. in ink., 8’ x 12.5. Exhibits fold-marks, light chipping lower left corner. Else… (2022-2180) SOLD. Learn More »

PACK OF CIVIL WAR NEEDLES

PACK OF CIVIL WAR NEEDLES

Sewing needles in original paper package with label reads, “H. MILWARD & SONS PATENT HELIX NEEDLES / SHARPS 6 PATENT WRAPPERS / J.E. MILWARD SOLE AGENT 1857”. Package unfolds to reveal 24… (1156-44) SOLD. Learn More »

$20.00
SOLD

GETTYSBURG RUBY GLASS CUP 1913

GETTYSBURG RUBY GLASS CUP 1913

Known as “Ruby” or “Cranberry” glass, these were popular as early souvenirs. The cup measures approximately 3 ½” tall 2 ¾” in diameter. Etched into the red on front is, “GETTYSBURG/… (635-530) SOLD. Learn More »

$40.00
SOLD

ALBUMEN PHOTO OF LT. COL. OLCOTT, 121ST NY INFANTRY IN ORIGINAL OVAL FRAME

ALBUMEN PHOTO OF LT. COL. OLCOTT, 121ST NY INFANTRY IN ORIGINAL OVAL FRAME

Photograph shows seated studio view of Egbert Olcott in uniform. He wears a double-breasted frock with Lt. Colonel shoulder straps. His cap is partially out of frame on a table next to him. The image… (480-273) SOLD. Learn More »

ORIGINAL COPY OF THE HISTORY OF THE PHILADELPHIA BRIGADE

ORIGINAL COPY OF THE HISTORY OF THE PHILADELPHIA BRIGADE

The full title is “HISTORY OF THE PHILADELPHIA BRIGADE SIXTY-NINTH, SEVENTY-FIRST, SEVENTY-SECOND, AND ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS” by Charles H. Banes, late lieutenant-colonel… (1180-95) SOLD. Learn More »

9th CORPS 4th DIVISION CANTEEN FROM THE PETERSBURG CRATER

9th CORPS 4th DIVISION CANTEEN FROM THE PETERSBURG CRATER

This Union bull's eye canteen was at the site of the bloody Battle of the Crater. It was either recovered shortly after that horrific contest or was donated by an actual survivor. The Battle of the… (88-153) SOLD. Learn More »

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA WOOD SNUFF BOX

REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA WOOD SNUFF BOX

Tobacco production and consumption was a significant part of early America and well into the 20th century.  Snuff, a form of powdered tobacco often fortified with additional spices, was a popular… (1156-46) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

1902 NATIONAL GUARD OF PENNSYLVANIA SOUVENIR CUP

1902 NATIONAL GUARD OF PENNSYLVANIA SOUVENIR CUP

This item is a commemorative cup for those Pennsylvania guardsmen who participated in a great camp out in 1902 at the Gettysburg Battlefield site.  The National Guard of Pennsylvania was founded in… (635-541) SOLD. Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JUNE 18, 1864 - STARVED UNION PRISONERS

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JUNE 18, 1864 - STARVED UNION PRISONERS

Vol VIII—No.390. 16 pp. [385-400], four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features two graphic sketches—“REBEL CRUELTY—OUR STARVED SOLDIERS—From… (954-76) SOLD. Learn More »

$30.00
SOLD

HARPER’S WEEKLY—JULY 22, 1865. [GETTYSBURG MONUMENT CONTENT—LINCOLN CONPIRATORS EXECUTION].

HARPER’S WEEKLY—JULY 22, 1865. [GETTYSBURG MONUMENT CONTENT—LINCOLN CONPIRATORS EXECUTION].

Vol. IX—No. 447. 16 pp. [449-464],  four columns, numerous illustrations, cartoons. Front features full page illustration of “A British Midshipman Restoring the American Eagle In Front of the… (954-81) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

HARPER’S WEEKLY—FEBRUARY 7, 1863

HARPER’S WEEKLY—FEBRUARY 7, 1863

Vol. VII—No. 319.  16 pp. [81-96], four columns, numerous illustrations and cartoons. Front page features bust illustrations of Rear-Admiral David D. Porter (commanding Mississippi Flotilla) and… (954-74) SOLD. Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

VICTORIAN HIGHLAND REGALIA

VICTORIAN HIGHLAND REGALIA

The 2 paramilitary Highland Clan items offered here all date to the last quarter of the 19th century. The items are a sporran and a wedge cap. "The sporran a traditional part of male Scottish Highland… (88-152) SOLD. Learn More »

EARLY MAKER MARKED FASCINE KNIFE

EARLY MAKER MARKED FASCINE KNIFE

Item has a heavy iron head with a nice conditioned antler grip. The blade meas. approx. 7.00 inches long x 2.75 inches at its widest. Handle is 6.50 inches long and is held to the tang by 3 iron… (798-61) SOLD. Learn More »

FANTASTIC BADGE OF THE 14TH ARMY CORPS, ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND TABLEAU IDENTIFIED TO PRIVATE HENRY ELVER, 9TH OHIO INFANTRY – WOUNDED AT CHICKAMAUGA

FANTASTIC BADGE OF THE 14TH ARMY CORPS, ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND TABLEAU IDENTIFIED TO PRIVATE HENRY ELVER, 9TH OHIO INFANTRY – WOUNDED AT CHICKAMAUGA

This piece was sold by Heritage Auctions in 2017. Their description continues to be accurate regarding content and condition. It follows below: The votive-style tableau includes Elver's 14th Corp… (159-162) SOLD. Learn More »

U.S. MILITARY TELEGRAPH - GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN

U.S. MILITARY TELEGRAPH - GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN

Dated “7 pm: By Telegraph from Frederick [MD], July 7, 1863.”  Addressed to: “Maj. R. Williams.” Letterhead: “United States Military Telegraph.” One page, in ink 5” x 8.375. Exhibits… (2022-2178) SOLD. Learn More »


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WONDERFUL CONDITION ORIGINAL CONFEDERATE-MANUFACTURED KEPI FOR A DRUMMER BOY OR CHILD

This article of uniform clothing is an original, Civil War example of headgear manufactured in the Confederacy and presented here in wonderful, original intact condition. The period artifact is a small, dark blue colored, wool kepi, suited for a… (526-68). Learn More »

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