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CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S SWORD BELT PLATE

CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S SWORD BELT PLATE

Introduced for wear on sword belts in 1851, this pattern was regulation throughout the Civil War for all officers and enlisted men carrying swords and thus shows up on artillery and cavalry sword… (2020-1202) SOLD. Learn More »

THE HISTORICAL BATTLEFIELD MAP

THE HISTORICAL BATTLEFIELD MAP

Published by B.B. Russell, Boston, 1863. 72 pp., wraps, 3.625  x  5.375.,” w/ large fldg. map, 25 x 27” {8 segment fold]. This clever little book contains a brisk summary of events, beginning… (846-156) SOLD. Learn More »

$135.00
Originally $150.00


SOLD

MAKER MARKED US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED IN CENTRAL VIRGINIA

MAKER MARKED US CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE RECOVERED IN CENTRAL VIRGINIA

Oval Pattern 1839 US cartridge box plate complete with both hooks. Face has a wonderful rich, smooth, dark patina with no oxidation and only minor faint surface scratches. There are no dings or dents… (1000-1220) SOLD. Learn More »

115TH NEW YORK VETERANS MEDAL

115TH NEW YORK VETERANS MEDAL

Medal consists of a top bar that reads “VETERAN” in raised letters at center. Reverse of the bar still has its original pin. Suspended from the bar is a striped red, white and blue ribbon which… (1094-251) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

WILLIAM ROSE 1812 NCO ARTILLERY SWORD

WILLIAM ROSE 1812 NCO ARTILLERY SWORD

This elegant, well-made sword dates to the War of 1812, and has some pleasing characteristics reminiscent of earlier 18th-century hangers. It measures about 31 inches overall with a 5 ½ inch hilt and… (1126-01) SOLD. Learn More »

BUFFALO BILL CODY SIGNED PRINTED CABINET CARD

BUFFALO BILL CODY SIGNED PRINTED CABINET CARD

William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody (1846-1917) was a legendary Western scout and showman as well as the originator of the “Wild West Show”. Following the Civil War, Cody was employed by the… (846-227) SOLD. Learn More »

$675.00
Originally $750.00


SOLD

IS DAVIS A TRAITOR; OR, WAS SECESSIONAL CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT? PREVIOUS TO THE WAR OF 1861

IS DAVIS A TRAITOR; OR, WAS SECESSIONAL CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT? PREVIOUS TO THE WAR OF 1861

By Albert Taylor Bledsoe, A.M., L.L.D., Late Professor of Mathematics in the University of Va. Published by The Hermitage Press, Inc., Richmond VA. 1907. Presentation stamp, inner front endpapers:… (846-236) SOLD. Learn More »

$85.00
Originally $95.00


SOLD

POST-WAR AUTOGRAPH OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL NATHAN BEDFORD FORREST

POST-WAR AUTOGRAPH OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL NATHAN BEDFORD FORREST

Document is clipped from the right corner of $1000 bond for the SELMA, MARION & MEMPHIS RAILROAD COMPANY. Document meas. approx. 8.50 x 3.50 inches. The reverse shows some of the artwork from the… (831-22) SOLD. Learn More »

US MODEL 1835-40 .69 CAL. BAYONET

US MODEL 1835-40 .69 CAL. BAYONET

This bayonet would have been issued with the M1835 flintlock or possibly a conversion musket. The M1835 flintlock was the last pattern flintlock musket produced by U.S arsenals.  The bayonet’s… (1037-428) SOLD. Learn More »

COAT SIZED CAVALRY “C” BUTTON

COAT SIZED CAVALRY “C” BUTTON

Non-dug cavalry “C” button in excellent condition. Face is clean and bright with excellent detail to the eagle. Reverse has a depressed mark of “HORSTMANN. BROS. & ALLIEN N.Y.” Shank is… (2020-777) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE

STARR PERCUSSION CARBINE

Issued to the Federal cavalry during the Civil War, this weapon is a good example. Manufactured between 1862 and 1865, the Starr percussion carbines were all .54 caliber breechloaders fitted with… (1000-419) SOLD. Learn More »

COMPANION OF THE SECOND CLASS MOLLUS MEDAL

COMPANION OF THE SECOND CLASS MOLLUS MEDAL

The Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States was formed in Philadelphia by Union army officers in the wake of Lincoln’s assassination and modeled on the Society of the Cincinnati,… (286-1021) SOLD. Learn More »

STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA VETERAN’S MEDAL ID’D TO SERGEANT IN THE 11TH REGIMENT - IN ORIGINAL BOX

STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA VETERAN’S MEDAL ID’D TO SERGEANT IN THE 11TH REGIMENT - IN ORIGINAL BOX

Medal consists of two pieces. The top bar and a circular drop. The top bar consists of the intertwined letters “WV” below a riband that reads “HONORABLY DISCHARGED.” Reverse has the original… (2021-54) SOLD. Learn More »

SOUVENIR SPOON FROM G.A.R. 20TH NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT, “PITTSBURG” 1894

SOUVENIR SPOON FROM G.A.R. 20TH NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT, “PITTSBURG” 1894

This is a souvenir spoon from the GAR’s 20th National Encampment (reunion) that was held in Pittsburgh, PA in 1894. Spoon handle features a soldier with musket standing on a shield. Shield has… (1101-88) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

MEXICAN WAR EAGLE SADDLE POMMEL

MEXICAN WAR EAGLE SADDLE POMMEL

Circa 1840, this eagle head saddle pommel would have been used on officer’s saddles during the Mexican American War.  Later, the accoutrement could be repurposed and used for the pommel on a cane,… (179-1049) SOLD. Learn More »

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… (1117-250) SOLD. Learn More »

$75.00
SOLD

CIVIL WAR ENFIELD SERGEANT’S GUN TOOL

CIVIL WAR ENFIELD SERGEANT’S GUN TOOL

Sometimes nicknamed the T-tool, these British combination guntools for the Enfield rifle musket do not seem to have been imported in bulk, but are excavated “with some frequency” and were likely… (2020-1190) SOLD. Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 7” BROOKE BOLT

CONFEDERATE 7” BROOKE BOLT

This is a heavy “dug” artillery projectile for the 7” Brooke rifle. Of Confederate manufacture, this is a solid bolt with two bourrelet rings, blunt nose, and copper sabot bolted to the… (727-243) SOLD. Learn More »

US 4.4-INCH SCHENKL SHELL

US 4.4-INCH SCHENKL SHELL

This size shell was used in the 4.5” siege rifle. This shell measures 4.4” in diameter and 12.5” long. This unusual looking artillery shell features vertical ribs on the tapered base. Notice the… (998-501) SOLD. Learn More »

RELIC BAYONET RECOVERED ON 2ND BULL RUN BATTLEFIELD

RELIC BAYONET RECOVERED ON 2ND BULL RUN BATTLEFIELD

Model 1816 socket bayonet in relic condition. Iron shows heavy pitting and surface rust. Looks as though the blade is complete along its length but minor mounts of material are missing along the… (462-283) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD


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VIRGINIA BELT BUCKLE

Face of brass plate has the state seal of Virginia in great detail with a nice rich green patina. High areas still retain original gilt. Slight verdigris is present on some areas. Plate measures 2” x 2 ¾”.  Reverse with saudered hooks is… (215-16). Learn More »

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