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LINER FOR THE US M-1 MODEL HELMET, KOREAN WAR ERA

LINER FOR THE US M-1 MODEL HELMET, KOREAN WAR ERA

Korean War Westinghouse liner with a Micarta date of 1952. Liner has a name and serial number written in black marker on the inside and a US Army decal below the front eyelet. The liner shell is in… (873-51). Learn More »

LINER FOR THE US M-1 MODEL HELMET, KOREAN WAR ERA

LINER FOR THE US M-1 MODEL HELMET, KOREAN WAR ERA

Korean War era Westinghouse liner with Micarta date 1953. The liner is in good condition with mild oxidation on some of the suspension rivets. The outer surface of the liner has been painted white… (873-50). Learn More »

LINER FOR THE US M-1 MODEL HELMET

LINER FOR THE US M-1 MODEL HELMET

Late WW2 Westinghouse liner. It has post-war paratrooper “A” straps and repro nonferrous cast buckles made for a paratrooper display. The liner is in good shape except with one of the left… (873-49). Learn More »

WHITE WORLD WAR TWO US NAVY OFFICER’S UNIFORM AND VISOR HAT

WHITE WORLD WAR TWO US NAVY OFFICER’S UNIFORM AND VISOR HAT

The tunic and trousers are in good condition. Buttons for the tunic have been removed but 6 coat sized Navy buttons are present in one of the tunics breast pockets. The two smaller pocket-sized… (M26396). Learn More »

$150.00
ON HOLD

PAIR OF CIVIL WAR ENLISTED SHOULDER SCALES

PAIR OF CIVIL WAR ENLISTED SHOULDER SCALES

Introduced in 1851 for mounted troops, brass shoulder scales were decorative, but were also meant to be a shoulder defense against saber cuts. In 1854/55 they became regulation for all branches of… (1117-228). Learn More »

PAIR OF CIVIL WAR SERGEANT’S SHOULDER SCALES

PAIR OF CIVIL WAR SERGEANT’S SHOULDER SCALES

Introduced in 1851 for mounted troops, brass shoulder scales were decorative, but were also meant to be a shoulder defense against saber cuts. In 1854/55 they became regulation for all branches of… (1117-229). Learn More »

BRITISH KOREAN WAR MARK IV HELMET

BRITISH KOREAN WAR MARK IV HELMET

Helmet is all original and is in excellent condition with stamped markings in the rear and both the liner and the helmet are 1952 dated. The liner is made of black painted stiff canvas and has a pull… (873-53). Learn More »

LINER FOR THE US M-1 MODEL HELMET

LINER FOR THE US M-1 MODEL HELMET

Korean War CAPAC/Westinghouse liner. The liner shell appears in good condition with the harness intact. The triangular washers for the harness have surface rust and the rivets have green… (873-52). Learn More »

CLASSIC CIVIL WAR UNION “BUMMER,” FATIGUE OR FORAGE CAP

CLASSIC CIVIL WAR UNION “BUMMER,” FATIGUE OR FORAGE CAP

Introduced in 1858 as a cap for fatigue wear (manual labor around camp, etc.,) this cap became the most widely issued and worn piece of headgear in the Union army in all circumstances and is the… (286-1018). Learn More »

PORTIONS OF THE “OLD ARMY BLANKET CARRIED & USED BY JOHN MCDANIELS THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR 1861 – 1865”

PORTIONS OF THE “OLD ARMY BLANKET CARRIED & USED BY JOHN MCDANIELS THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR 1861 – 1865”

This is a nicely documented section, in two pieces, of a regulation Civil War army issue blanket with an old pencil note that was pinned to it at some point, reading, “Old army Blanket carried &… (846-248). Learn More »

$1,095.00
Originally $1,500.00
ON HOLD

THE LAST CONFEDERATE FLAG TO FLY OVER THE C.S. CAPITOL AT RICHMOND

THE LAST CONFEDERATE FLAG TO FLY OVER THE C.S. CAPITOL AT RICHMOND

An 1881 newspaper article called Lt. Col. Abram Burtt Lawrence (18 May 1834 to 30 March 1912,) “an inveterate collector of relics,” and the collecting bug seems to have bitten him early. Displayed… (846-345). Learn More »

$1,950.00
ON HOLD

US WORLD WAR ONE MODEL 1917 HELMET SHELL WITH PAINTED 35TH DIVISION INSIGNIA

US WORLD WAR ONE MODEL 1917 HELMET SHELL WITH PAINTED 35TH DIVISION INSIGNIA

Standard issue British made US Model 1917 helmet with a dark OD painted exterior and moderate sand finish. Exterior shows light wear from age, use and storage. Interior of the shell is empty but for… (980-68). Learn More »

$125.00
ON HOLD

GENERAL BUTTERFIELD’S BANDANNA

GENERAL BUTTERFIELD’S BANDANNA

This is a scarce piece of field gear or field wear: a well preserved and nicely presented Civil War kerchief or bandanna worn by General Daniel Butterfield. These were not items of issue, of course,… (846-262). Learn More »

$4,950.00
Originally $6,500.00

CIRCA 1820’S SINGLE GOLD BULLION EPAULETTE

CIRCA 1820’S SINGLE GOLD BULLION EPAULETTE

Oblong shaped epaulette with a body covered in heavy woven gold bullion cloth outlined with two rows of gold dead bullion. One edge is covered in gold sequins arranged in three rows with inverted… (410-544). Learn More »

PAIR OF POST-CIVIL WAR MILITIA EPAULETTES

PAIR OF POST-CIVIL WAR MILITIA EPAULETTES

These epaulettes have a brass frame and clamshells with a dark blue felt center. Each has a stylized letter “B” made of false embroidered stamped brass mounted at center of the clamshell. Each… (410-545). Learn More »

LARGE 38-STAR AMERICAN FLAG (1877-1890)

LARGE 38-STAR AMERICAN FLAG (1877-1890)

Large American flag with 38 stars. Made of cotton. Measures approximately 9’ x 18 ½’. Wear, rips and tears from wind and weather in several areas. Non-professional repairs obviously made by… (846-84). Learn More »

EARLY 1900s STRAW HAT WITH “U.S. MARINE” TALLY BAND

EARLY 1900s STRAW HAT WITH “U.S. MARINE” TALLY BAND

This straw hat was made in the form of bowler with a turned-up brim, but very wide somewhat like a sailor’s cap, which displays a tally band sewn around the edge. The tally is of typical form with… (344-3042). Learn More »

EXTREMELY SCARCE NEW HAMPHIRE OFFICER’S FALSE EMBROIDERED HAT INSIGNIA

EXTREMELY SCARCE NEW HAMPHIRE OFFICER’S FALSE EMBROIDERED HAT INSIGNIA

Regular army officers had been authorized a silver “U.S.” within a gold bullion wreath for wear on their undress caps in 1839. This was carried over in the 1851 regulations for use on the 1851… (2020-912). Learn More »

VICTORIAN ERA GUTTA PERCHA COLLAR BOX WITH POPE PIUS IX

VICTORIAN ERA GUTTA PERCHA COLLAR BOX WITH POPE PIUS IX

Victorian era box meant for holding gentleman’s collars features a gutta percha lid and stained wooden bottom. Hinged lid shows scrollwork designs in the corners with an image of Pope Pius IX in the… (1043-102). Learn More »

$150.00
Originally $225.00

CIVIL WAR “NATIONAL FLAG DEPOT NEW YORK 1864” MARKED “FOUR-FOOT RED” SIGNAL FLAG

CIVIL WAR “NATIONAL FLAG DEPOT NEW YORK 1864” MARKED “FOUR-FOOT RED” SIGNAL FLAG

The “Four-foot Red” and “Four-foot White” were the most commonly used flags in the Civil War signal kit and are described in Brown’s “The Signal Corps, U.S.A. in the War of the… (169-576). Learn More »


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U.S. 1859 PATTERN DRAGOON/ CAVALRY SADDLE BLANKET

AN EXTREMELY RARE EXAMPLE PATTERN OF THIS BLANKET!!!!! Only two specimens are known to exist, one located in the collection at the National Park Service museum here in Gettysburg and this newly found example shown here. First issued with the Mc… (M24473). Learn More »

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