Uniforms & Cloth

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RARE WAR OF 1812 TO MEXICAN WAR OFFICER’S SASH

RARE WAR OF 1812 TO MEXICAN WAR OFFICER’S SASH

During the War of 1812 officers in the regular army and militia were required to wear red silk sashes while on duty. Regulations in 1821 called for them to be knotted in front of the right hip, but… (766-1557). Learn More »

EXCELLENT LIGHT ARTILLERY SERGEANT’S JACKET, HABER & CO. CONTRACT

EXCELLENT LIGHT ARTILLERY SERGEANT’S JACKET, HABER & CO. CONTRACT

This is a beautiful example of the U.S. Civil War light artillery shell jacket set up with original sergeant’s chevrons and correct sergeant’s shoulder scales. The red and blue colors are vivid… (1145-09). Learn More »

BEAUTIFUL LIGHT ARTILLERY BUGLER’S JACKET

BEAUTIFUL LIGHT ARTILLERY BUGLER’S JACKET

This is a beautiful example of the regulation Civil War artillery bugler’s jacket in mint, unissued condition. These are pretty much the most visually appealing of Civil War regulation issue… (1145-10). Learn More »

EXCELLENT CIVIL WAR STAFF CAPTAIN’S COAT WITH STRAPS

EXCELLENT CIVIL WAR STAFF CAPTAIN’S COAT WITH STRAPS

This is a regulation Civil War officer’s coat for a captain doing some kind of staff duty. Since most officers serving on regimental staffs ranked as first lieutenants, this officer likely saw… (1145-08). Learn More »

LIEUTENANT’S FROCK COAT, PANTS, AND PHOTO OF STANLEY B. LOCKWOOD 105th OHIO

LIEUTENANT’S FROCK COAT, PANTS, AND PHOTO OF STANLEY B. LOCKWOOD 105th OHIO

This identified officer’s grouping consists of the regulation frock coat and trousers of First Lieutenant Stanley B. Lockwood of the 105th Ohio, along with a postwar framed photograph of him in… (1117-120). Learn More »

$5,950.00
ON HOLD

FRAGMENTS OF THE LAST CONFEDERATE NATIONAL FLAG, REMOVED FROM THE CONFEDERATE CAPITOL IN RICHMOND, APRIL 4TH, 1865

FRAGMENTS OF THE LAST CONFEDERATE NATIONAL FLAG, REMOVED FROM THE CONFEDERATE CAPITOL IN RICHMOND, APRIL 4TH, 1865

John O. Foster was a Methodist minister attached to the Union’s 24th Army Corps and is said to have preached the first sermon following the fall of Richmond, April 4th, 1865. Foster landed at City… (M26448). Learn More »

FORMER SIGNAL CORPS MEMBER G.A.R. CAP WITH INSIGNIA, EX-MOLLUS COLLECTION

FORMER SIGNAL CORPS MEMBER G.A.R. CAP WITH INSIGNIA, EX-MOLLUS COLLECTION

This G.A.R. cap is one of the pieces we obtained from the MOLLUS museum. The Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the U.S., composed of former Union officers, incorporated their “War Library and… (1052-18). Learn More »

$975.00
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 »

$3,950.00
Originally $4,950.00

HISTORIC EARLY CIVIL WAR PROTOTYPE FOR A CONFEDERATE NATIONAL FLAG, FORMERLY OF THE MASTAI COLLECTION

HISTORIC EARLY CIVIL WAR PROTOTYPE FOR A CONFEDERATE NATIONAL FLAG, FORMERLY OF THE MASTAI COLLECTION

Between the secession of South Carolina on December 20, 1860, and the firing on Fort Sumter in April 1861 a wave of creativity swept the South in the design and construction of new flags. Even some… (1092-01). Learn More »

STRUCK WORLD WAR ONE MODEL 1916 GERMAN HELMET SHELL

STRUCK WORLD WAR ONE MODEL 1916 GERMAN HELMET SHELL

Steel model 1916 German helmet minus the liner. The body has a dark green surface. Right side of the crown exhibits two small holes with edge cracks no doubt caused by small shell fragments or… (980-118). Learn More »

1950’S POLISH WZ50 HELMET

1950’S POLISH WZ50 HELMET

This is an early Cold War Polish helmet. It is similar in appearance to the Soviet World War 2 and Cold War helmets though there are some minor differences. Structurally the helmet is in good… (873-56). 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 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 »

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
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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 »

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
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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

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 »


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