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SCARCE CIVIL WAR ARMY ISSUE SHOE MADE AND MARKED BY CIVIL WAR CONTRACTOR JOHN MUNDELL OF PHILADELPHIA

SCARCE CIVIL WAR ARMY ISSUE SHOE MADE AND MARKED BY CIVIL WAR CONTRACTOR JOHN MUNDELL OF PHILADELPHIA

This is a typical, though very scarce, Civil War issue army shoe made by a known contractor and marked by him on the inside of the ankle: “J. MUNDELL.” Mundell was born in Ireland in 1829, reached… (1052-298). Learn More »

SCARCE CIVIL WAR ARMY ISSUE SHOE, A.K.A. BROGAN OR BOOTTEE

SCARCE CIVIL WAR ARMY ISSUE SHOE, A.K.A. BROGAN OR BOOTTEE

This Civil War US army issue shoe is typical wartime construction, using rough-side out black leather with reinforcing heel piece or “counter” sewn inside, four pairs of holes for a leather lace… (1052-285). Learn More »

PAIR EXCAVATED MODEL 1872 CAVALRY BOOTS: FORT PEMBINA

PAIR EXCAVATED MODEL 1872 CAVALRY BOOTS: FORT PEMBINA

The model 1872 cavalry boot replaced the Civil War issue boot with one having the same side seams to the leg and rough-side-out leather construction, but slightly taller and contoured slightly larger… (1052-546). Learn More »

$225.00
ON HOLD

BEAUTIFUL THREE VOLUME REFERENCE WORK ON WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN ARMY UNIFORMS AND EQUIPMENT

BEAUTIFUL THREE VOLUME REFERENCE WORK ON WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN ARMY UNIFORMS AND EQUIPMENT

This three volume set is titled “UNIFORMS AND TRADITIONS OF THE GERMAN ARMY 1941-1945” by John R. Angolia and Adolf Schlicht and published by R. James Bender Publishing of San Jose, California.… (1235-524). Learn More »

$100.00
ON HOLD

SINGLE SHOULDER STRAP FOR A CAPTAIN OF STAFF

SINGLE SHOULDER STRAP FOR A CAPTAIN OF STAFF

Strap is made of dark blue cloth with a double row of dead bullion for a border. The rank field is of black velvet while the rank of captain is made of bars of heavy gold bullion thread. The underside… (460-1468). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR SOLDIER-MODIFIED SCHUYLKILL ARSENAL INFANTRY OVERCOAT

CIVIL WAR SOLDIER-MODIFIED SCHUYLKILL ARSENAL INFANTRY OVERCOAT

Once in the famed collection of John Henry Kurtz, this regulation Civil War sky-blue infantry overcoat (or greatcoat) is complete, all original, in very good condition and shows a wonderful field… (1235-05). Learn More »

INDIAN WARS PERIOD NEW JERSEY NATIONAL GUARD COAT

INDIAN WARS PERIOD NEW JERSEY NATIONAL GUARD COAT

This New Jersey National Guard coat dates from the 1880s and has a full set of NJNG buttons with crossed rifles with NG above and NJ below: 9 large on the front, 6 large on the tails, 2 small on the… (1235-54). Learn More »

$495.00
ON HOLD

2002 COPY OF “U.S. ARMY HEADGEAR 1812-1872” BY JOHN P. LANGELLIER & C. PAUL LOANE

2002 COPY OF “U.S. ARMY HEADGEAR 1812-1872” BY JOHN P. LANGELLIER & C. PAUL LOANE

Full title is “U.S. ARMY HEADGEAR 1812-1872” by John P. Langellier and C. Paul Loane published by Schiffer Military Books of Atglen, Pennsylvania in 2002. Volume is bound in illustrated hardcovers… (1235-525A). Learn More »

$40.00
ON HOLD

2001 COPY OF “MORE ARMY BLUE” BY JOHN P. LANGELLIER

2001 COPY OF “MORE ARMY BLUE” BY JOHN P. LANGELLIER

Full title is “MORE ARMY BLUE: THE UNIFORMS OF UNCLE SAM’S REGULARS 1874-1887” by John P. Langellier and published by Schiffer Military Books of Atglen, Pennsylvania in 2001. This book is a… (1235-525). Learn More »

SCARCE CIVIL WAR ARMY ISSUE SHOE, A.K.A. BROGAN OR BOOTTEE

SCARCE CIVIL WAR ARMY ISSUE SHOE, A.K.A. BROGAN OR BOOTTEE

This Civil War US army issue shoe is typical wartime construction, using rough-side out black leather with reinforcing heel piece or “counter” sewn inside, four pairs of holes for a leather lace… (1052-300). Learn More »

REGULAR ARMY CIVIL WAR ENLISTED KEPI WITH INDIAN WAR USE FROM FORT PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA

REGULAR ARMY CIVIL WAR ENLISTED KEPI WITH INDIAN WAR USE FROM FORT PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA

This Civil War enlisted man’s kepi comes from excavations at Fort Pembina, ND, conducted on private property with the owner’s permission. The fort was established in 1870 by troops of the 20th US… (1052-250). Learn More »

REGULAR ARMY CIVIL WAR ENLISTED KEPI WITH INDIAN WAR USE FROM FORT PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA

REGULAR ARMY CIVIL WAR ENLISTED KEPI WITH INDIAN WAR USE FROM FORT PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA

This Civil War enlisted man’s kepi comes from the excavations at Fort Pembina, ND, conducted on private property with the owner’s permission, and is in a remarkable state of preservation from the… (1052-252). Learn More »

REGULAR ARMY MODEL 1872 KEPI FROM FORT PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA

REGULAR ARMY MODEL 1872 KEPI FROM FORT PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA

This Model 1872 officer’s kepi comes from excavations at Fort Pembina, ND, conducted on private property with the owner’s permission. The fort was established in 1870 by troops of the 20th US… (1052-248). Learn More »

EXCAVATED CIVIL WAR/ INDIAN WAR CAVALRY BOOT: FORT PEMBINA

EXCAVATED CIVIL WAR/ INDIAN WAR CAVALRY BOOT: FORT PEMBINA

This appears to be the very scarce Civil War issue cavalry boot, but uses brass screwed soles which came in with the 1872 pattern. The leather is stiff and wrinkled so it is tough to get an exact… (1052-544). Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

US ARMY BOOT FROM FORT BUFORD, NORTH DAKOTA

US ARMY BOOT FROM FORT BUFORD, NORTH DAKOTA

This boot comes from Fort Buford, North Dakota, is in relic condition and was excavated on private property with the owner’s permission in anaerobic soil conditions that preserved it. The leg has… (1052-493). Learn More »

PAIR OF EARLY BARRACKS OR CAMP SHOES BY JOHN MUNDELL OF PHILADELPHIA

PAIR OF EARLY BARRACKS OR CAMP SHOES BY JOHN MUNDELL OF PHILADELPHIA

This pair of soldier’s shoes is from Fort Pembina, ND, a small U.S. army post from 1870 to 1895, and is typical army construction using rough-side out black leather and is clearly stamped… (1052-389). Learn More »

INDIAN WAR ARMY SHOES BY MUNDELL FROM FORT PEMBINA, ND

INDIAN WAR ARMY SHOES BY MUNDELL FROM FORT PEMBINA, ND

This pair of shoes is from the excavations at Fort Pembina, ND, and could be taken for attic or barn-finds, having been preserved by the wet, anaerobic soil conditions of the dig. They are solid, can… (1052-387). Learn More »

PAIR OF BRASS CIVIL WAR NCO SHOULDER SCALES WITH ATTACHMENTS

PAIR OF BRASS CIVIL WAR NCO SHOULDER SCALES WITH ATTACHMENTS

These scales were meant for wear by NCO’s on the nine-button frock coat or the cavalry and artillery shell jackets. They are of multi-piece construction. Each brass scale was slid into place and… (1235-42). Learn More »

VERY SCARCE CIVIL WAR BROGANS

VERY SCARCE CIVIL WAR BROGANS

Officially referred to as army bootees, collectors most often know them as brogans, a term used at the time, though soldiers mostly called them just shoes. They were produced in a number of… (149-42). Learn More »

$2,250.00
Originally $2,500.00

1890 FATIGUE BLOUSE

1890 FATIGUE BLOUSE

This 5-button blouse has four coat size Civil War eagle buttons on the front and two smaller Civil War eagles on each cuff. The generous among us take this as a nice bonus; the cynical think someone… (1235-28). Learn More »


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EXCELLENT CONDITION EARLY MARINE MAMALUKE WITH IVORY GRIP AND ENGRAVED SCABBARD

Manufactured: U.S.  Maker: Unmarked  Year: C1820-25  Model: Mamaluke Size: 29.25 inch blade 1.30 in. wide  Condition: Excellent+ Sharply curved, single edged, blue and gold engraved blade decorated with ships mast, Indian with headdress, arms,… (870-72). Learn More »

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