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EXCELLENT CIVIL WAR ISSUE FORAGE CAP

EXCELLENT CIVIL WAR ISSUE FORAGE CAP

This is an excellent example of the Union army regulation issue forage cap that is solid and displays very well, showing strong color, no moth damage (we see just one pinprick that might qualify,)… (2024-541). Learn More »

G.A.R. CIVIL WAR VETERAN’S SLOUCH HAT

G.A.R. CIVIL WAR VETERAN’S SLOUCH HAT

The largest of the Civil War veterans’ organizations, the Grand Army of the Republic had its own uniform regulations, specifications for swords and equipment, badges, etc. Headgear usually took the… (1240-17). Learn More »

$550.00
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CIVIL WAR ISSUE L.J. & I. PHILLIPS CONTRACT FORAGE CAP WITH INFANTRY INSIGNIA

CIVIL WAR ISSUE L.J. & I. PHILLIPS CONTRACT FORAGE CAP WITH INFANTRY INSIGNIA

This original Civil War Union army forage still has its original contractor’s paper label inside reading, "Size No 4 / 7 8/1 / U.S. Army. / L. J. & I. Phillips." The “8/1” is an original… (2024-542). Learn More »

DOUBLE-DECAL WW2 LUFTWAFFE HELMET

DOUBLE-DECAL WW2 LUFTWAFFE HELMET

Very good WW2 German luftwaffe helmet complete with liner and chinstrap. Better than 90 percent paint. Scratches to the national decal on the right as shown and rubbing to the eagle’s wingtips on… (169-685). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR-INDIAN WAR FORAGE CAP VISOR

CIVIL WAR-INDIAN WAR FORAGE CAP VISOR

This is a well preserved leather visor from a forage cap recovered at Fort Pembina, ND, where it was preserved in remarkable condition by wet, anaerobic soil conditions. This is typical of the simple… (1052-480). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR-INDIAN WAR FORAGE CAP VISOR

CIVIL WAR-INDIAN WAR FORAGE CAP VISOR

This is a well preserved leather visor from a forage cap recovered at Fort Pembina, ND, where it was preserved in remarkable condition by wet, anaerobic soil conditions. This is typical of the simple… (1052-483). Learn More »

U.S. ARMY ARTILLERY MODEL 1881 PLUMED DRESS HELMET WITH CORDS

U.S. ARMY ARTILLERY MODEL 1881 PLUMED DRESS HELMET WITH CORDS

This is the Model 1881 pressed felt dress helmet complete with horse tail plume and braided red dress cords of the artillery. The dark pressed felt shell remains in excellent condition. Thin pressed… (1235-46). Learn More »

$395.00
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MINTY IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR REGULATION UNION INFANTRY CAPTAIN’S FROCK COAT: HENRY H. FETTERHOLF, 129th PA VOLS AND 34th PA EMERGENCY MILITIA

MINTY IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR REGULATION UNION INFANTRY CAPTAIN’S FROCK COAT: HENRY H. FETTERHOLF, 129th PA VOLS AND 34th PA EMERGENCY MILITIA

This Civil War infantry captain’s coat recently came of out an old collection and still has with it a note in the inside breast pocket identifying it as belonging to Henry H. Fetterholf (sometimes… (2024-1174). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED WORLD WAR TWO US 11TH AIRBORNE BLOUSE

IDENTIFIED WORLD WAR TWO US 11TH AIRBORNE BLOUSE

Blouse is identified by laundry number P4719 to John C. Place of East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania whose serial number was 33464179. The blouse is a four pocket with a 1942 date on the cloth tag in the… (1251-18). Learn More »

FIRST WORLD WAR US M1917 HELMET WITH 78TH DIVISION INSIGNIA

FIRST WORLD WAR US M1917 HELMET WITH 78TH DIVISION INSIGNIA

This is a US made M1917 steel helmet used by a member of the 78th Infantry Division. Nearly identical to the British army helmet, the M1917 and later the M1917A1 were used up to the Second World War,… (490-6909). Learn More »

SCARCE INDIAN WARS RUBBER PONCHO

SCARCE INDIAN WARS RUBBER PONCHO

This poncho a very scarce piece of field gear that displays well and survives in very limited numbers. This measures about 43 ½ inches wide by 71 inches long (not flattened out completely,) which… (864-548). Learn More »

US NAVY SEAMAN’S DUFFEL BAG WITH EAGLE AND NAME

US NAVY SEAMAN’S DUFFEL BAG WITH EAGLE AND NAME

This seaman’s duffel bag, measuring about 23’ by 12 ½” when laid flat, was intended for personal clothing, etc., and has been personalized with a stenciled American eagle with outstretched… (1179-593). Learn More »

US 1885 PATTERN ARTILLERY COAT

US 1885 PATTERN ARTILLERY COAT

This is a very strong example of the U.S. regulation Indian War period artillery coat. From 1866 to 1898 there were only five regiments of artillery, most of whose companies served in defensive… (2024-187). Learn More »

REPRODUCTION AFRIKA CORPS BOOTS

REPRODUCTION AFRIKA CORPS BOOTS

A very well made pair of reproduction Afrika Korps boots – the high, M1940 Tropenstiefel-  “Tropical Boots”- in very clean, very lightly used, very good condition. Made with olive green canvas… (1235-294). 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,… (1052-282). Learn More »

US M1884/85 DETACHABLE CAVALRY OVERCOAT CAPE

US M1884/85 DETACHABLE CAVALRY OVERCOAT CAPE

This US cavalry overcoat cape rates poor to fair for condition as is, but could be improved with a little TLC  and look good in for use in an Indian Wars cavalry display. The detachable cape with a… (1235-428). Learn More »

 PIECE OF CIVIL WAR ARMY BLANKET FROM FORT PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA

PIECE OF CIVIL WAR ARMY BLANKET FROM FORT PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA

Civil War army issue blankets, whole or even in pieces, are scarce. If a veteran brought one home, it was generally too useful around the house or farm. A small piece might be cut out as a memento, if… (1052-263). Learn More »

$125.00
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KNIT DRAWERS OR TROUSERS FROM FORT PEMBINA

KNIT DRAWERS OR TROUSERS FROM FORT PEMBINA

These pieces are two legs from trousers or, more likely, drawers recovered in the excavations at Fort Pembina, ND, conducted on private property with the owner’s permission, where wet, anaerobic… (1052-446). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR-INDIAN WAR UNIFORM COAT PIECE WITH BUTTONS FROM FORT PEMBINA

CIVIL WAR-INDIAN WAR UNIFORM COAT PIECE WITH BUTTONS FROM FORT PEMBINA

This comes from the right lapel of a US army coat discarded by a soldier at Fort Pembina, ND, sometime between 1870 and 1895, and is from excavations in wet, anaerobic soil that has preserved leather… (1052-580). Learn More »

INDIAN WAR FIELD-USED CAMPAIGN HAT FROM FORT PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA

INDIAN WAR FIELD-USED CAMPAIGN HAT FROM FORT PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA

This is a real field-used Indian War campaign hat in relic condition excavated at Fort Pembina, ND, a small frontier army post in operation from 1870 to 1895. Anaerobic conditions of the dig have… (1052-253). Learn More »


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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 shako, but was embroidered directly on the blue band… (2020-912). Learn More »

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