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ABRAHAM LINCOLN HAIR & BANDAGE FRAGMENT FROM THE PETERSON HOUSE

ABRAHAM LINCOLN HAIR & BANDAGE FRAGMENT FROM THE PETERSON HOUSE

Nicely matted to display, this piece features four small strands of Lincoln’s hair, and a fragment of the gauze bandage from his death room at the Peterson House. Also included in this display is an… (2021-908) SOLD. Learn More »

BRITISH SOCKET BAYONET

BRITISH SOCKET BAYONET

This item accompanied a British Pattern 1842 musket. It was manufactured by the George Salter & Company located in Birmingham, England. There is a clear maker’s stamp ‘G. SALTER & CO.’… (1037-534) SOLD. Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, OCTOBER 12, 1861 – “OUR GENERALS”

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, OCTOBER 12, 1861 – “OUR GENERALS”

Vol. V.—No. 250. 16 pp. [641-656], four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features portrait sketches [with inside stories] of “Brigadier-General Sturgis… (998-1891) SOLD. Learn More »

$45.00
SOLD

UCV WASHINGTON ARTILLERY COMPANY RIBBON WITH LAPEL PIN

UCV WASHINGTON ARTILLERY COMPANY RIBBON WITH LAPEL PIN

In both the north and south there were a number of veterans’ organizations, and United Confederate Veterans (UCV) organization worked similarly to the GAR.  Both were civic organizations that… (1139-1001) SOLD. Learn More »

UCV WASHINGTON ARTILLERY COMPANY RIBBON

UCV WASHINGTON ARTILLERY COMPANY RIBBON

In both the north and south there were a number of veterans’ organizations, and United Confederate Veterans organization worked similarly to the GAR.  Both were civic organizations that reflected… (1139-1000) SOLD. Learn More »

CDV OF C.S. GENERAL LOUIS T. WIGFALL

CDV OF C.S. GENERAL LOUIS T. WIGFALL

Full standing studio view of Wigfall in civilian clothes. He holds a cane in one hand and a top hat in the other. Image is clear with good contrast. Photographer’s backmark, E. Anthony, New York,… (1138-555D) SOLD. Learn More »

CDV OF R.E. LEE’S FAREWELL ADDRESS

CDV OF R.E. LEE’S FAREWELL ADDRESS

Image of General Order No. 9, Lee’s Farewell Address done in an oval format. Pasted to typical mount. Photographer’s backmark, Wm. Roads, Charlottesville, VA. [jet]  … (1138-312) SOLD. Learn More »

EXCELLENT WARTIME VIEW OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE WITH 1865 DATE

EXCELLENT WARTIME VIEW OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE WITH 1865 DATE

CDV is a wartime vignette bust view of General Lee in Confederate uniform. It is the often-seen pose of the general that has been published in many books. Clarity and contrast are excellent. Paper has… (1138-314) SOLD. Learn More »

MINTY CIVIL WAR HEAVY ARTILLERY SERGEANT’S COAT BY BOYLAN

MINTY CIVIL WAR HEAVY ARTILLERY SERGEANT’S COAT BY BOYLAN

This is a beautiful, near mint example of the U.S. regulation enlisted man’s frock coat for heavy (or “foot”) artillery, nicely marked in the upper right sleeve, “1/ J.B. Boylan, Newark, N.J.… (2021-937) SOLD. Learn More »

SOUVENIR RELIC RING FROM FISHER’S HILL BATTLEFIELD

SOUVENIR RELIC RING FROM FISHER’S HILL BATTLEFIELD

This ring is accompanied by short presentation note signed by Mr. Joseph Fisher of Strasburg, Va. The note indicates it was “made from a cap of a shell (?) found on Fishier’s Hill Battle-Field… (149-32) SOLD. Learn More »

GAR MEMBERSHIP BADGE

GAR MEMBERSHIP BADGE

Badge is in good condition and shows only light surface dirt throughout. Numbered along the edge, “75078”. This is a good solid example. Pin on back is also in good shape. [ad]… (141-144) SOLD. Learn More »

WONDERFUL PAIRED AMBROTYPE AND TINTYPE OF JAMES MARCELLUS SMITH, DRUMMER COMPANY K 14th NEW HAMPSHIRE: CAMP AND FIELD!

WONDERFUL PAIRED AMBROTYPE AND TINTYPE OF JAMES MARCELLUS SMITH, DRUMMER COMPANY K 14th NEW HAMPSHIRE: CAMP AND FIELD!

This cased pair of images shows a young and rather feminine looking James Marcellus Smith in a 6th plate ambrotype on the right, wearing his musician’s frock coat and posed as if playing his drum.… (2021-810) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE PRIVATE IN SHELL JACKET – JUST JOINED UP?

CONFEDERATE PRIVATE IN SHELL JACKET – JUST JOINED UP?

This cased 6th plate ambrotype shows a young Confederate private in a shell jacket with standing collar and shoulder straps. The photographer has lightly tinted his cheeks but has not tinted any other… (1138-1936) SOLD. Learn More »

A BLACK VETERAN OF THE U.S.C.T. WEARS HIS OLD ARMY COAT

A BLACK VETERAN OF THE U.S.C.T. WEARS HIS OLD ARMY COAT

This sixth plate tintype is housed in a leatherette case with mat, glass, frame, and facing pad in place. The subject is black man clearly wearing a U.S. enlisted man’s frock coat with the collar… (1138-2037) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAVALRYMAN WITH KERR REVOLVER., POSSIBLY A MARYLANDER IN THE 18th VIRGINIA CAVALRY

CONFEDERATE CAVALRYMAN WITH KERR REVOLVER., POSSIBLY A MARYLANDER IN THE 18th VIRGINIA CAVALRY

This sixth plate ambrotype shows an armed Confederate soldier wearing a Richmond Depot Type-II jacket with the high-dome recessed-center wood buttons supplied by John and George Gibson starting in… (1138-1804) SOLD. Learn More »

SPECTACULARLY CHARGED AMBROTYPE OF A BLACK NURSE AND WHITE CHILD

SPECTACULARLY CHARGED AMBROTYPE OF A BLACK NURSE AND WHITE CHILD

This sixth-plate ruby ambrotype has some spotting to the surface of the plate, but such strong clarity and subject matter it hardly matters. Housed in a good leatherette case embossed on both sides… (1138-2036) SOLD. Learn More »

SOLDIER’S COLLAPSIBLE CUP WITH 1880s NATIONAL GUARD MARKINGS

SOLDIER’S COLLAPSIBLE CUP WITH 1880s NATIONAL GUARD MARKINGS

This is a popular pattern of folding cup housed in a two-piece varnished tin case convenient for travelers, campers, and soldiers, though rather more appropriate to a camp than field service. In this… (2021-818) SOLD. Learn More »

ENGRAVED COLT POCKET REVOLVER OF LT. ANDREW JACKSON HORTON 85th ILLINOIS: ATLANTA CAMPAIGN, MARCH TO THE SEA, AND CAMPAIGN OF THE CAROLINAS!

ENGRAVED COLT POCKET REVOLVER OF LT. ANDREW JACKSON HORTON 85th ILLINOIS: ATLANTA CAMPAIGN, MARCH TO THE SEA, AND CAMPAIGN OF THE CAROLINAS!

Colt pocket model revolvers were favorites with Civil War infantry officers, offering a .31 caliber sidearm for personal defense that would easy to carry on a long march. This one belonged to Lt.… (534-31) SOLD. Learn More »

AN IMPOSING FIGURE: ABRAHAM GROSS, CO. B, 4th VIRGINIA INFANTRY, THE FORT LEWIS VOLUNTEERS, STONEWALL BRIGADE, FIRST BULL RUN!

AN IMPOSING FIGURE: ABRAHAM GROSS, CO. B, 4th VIRGINIA INFANTRY, THE FORT LEWIS VOLUNTEERS, STONEWALL BRIGADE, FIRST BULL RUN!

The Confederate soldier in this ultra-clear 6th plate ambrotype is identified by a family note in the back of the case and the initials of his company’s local designation spelled out in brass… (1138-1948) SOLD. Learn More »

DAGUERREOTYPE OF HENRY COLES GARRETT

DAGUERREOTYPE OF HENRY COLES GARRETT

This sixth-plate daguerreotype comes from the collection of the late Bill Turner, prominent Virginia collector and dealer, and has a note indicating it was purchased from the great-granddaughter of… (1138-1895) SOLD. Learn More »


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