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US WW2 NAVY PILOT’S FOOTLOCKER GROUPING – TOOK PART IN THE SEARCH FOR AMELIA EARHART AND LATER FOUGHT IN THE PHILIPPINES

US WW2 NAVY PILOT’S FOOTLOCKER GROUPING – TOOK PART IN THE SEARCH FOR AMELIA EARHART AND LATER FOUGHT IN THE PHILIPPINES

The items in this group belonged to Mr. Wayne Jordan who served as a pilot in the US Navy from 1936 to 1966. Early in his service, while assigned as an aviation cadet aboard the USS COLORADO, he… (454-26). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY HAT CORD

CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY HAT CORD

Woven wool enlisted hat cord with 2-inch tassels. Originally meant for the Hardee/Jeff Davis hat, but was worn with just about any slouch hat, Union or Confederate. Red for Artillery service. Good… (410-694A). Learn More »

$39.50
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CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY HAT CORD

CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY HAT CORD

Woven wool enlisted hat cord with 2-inch tassels. Originally meant for the Hardee/Jeff Davis hat, but was worn with just about any slouch hat, Union or Confederate. Red for Artillery service. Good… (410-694). Learn More »

$39.50
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143RD NEW YORK IDENTIFIED FIRST SERGEANT’S SASH IN NICE CONDITION

143RD NEW YORK IDENTIFIED FIRST SERGEANT’S SASH IN NICE CONDITION

U.S. regulations provided for the recognition of officers by crimson silk sashes and provided for the recognition of the senior non-commissioned officers like the company first, or “orderly,”… (480-229). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR INFANTRY SERGEANT CHEVRONS

CIVIL WAR INFANTRY SERGEANT CHEVRONS

This is an excellent pair of dead-real, no doubt-about-it Civil War infantry chevrons. These are made of light blue worsted wool stripes sewn to a dark blue wool background patch, which in turn would… (1052-103). Learn More »

LEATHER NECK STOCK WITH BUCKLE

LEATHER NECK STOCK WITH BUCKLE

This thin leather collar, fastened by a Japanned buckle at the back, measures 2.25” at its tallest in front, tapering toward the back and is approximately 16” long overall. Patent date of 1855 on… (490-2787). Learn More »

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN LUFTSCHUTZ HELMET WITH GERMAN INFANTRY ASSAULT BADGE AND AMERICAN POCKET TESTAMENT FROM THE SOLDIER WHO BROUGHT THE ITEMS HOME

WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN LUFTSCHUTZ HELMET WITH GERMAN INFANTRY ASSAULT BADGE AND AMERICAN POCKET TESTAMENT FROM THE SOLDIER WHO BROUGHT THE ITEMS HOME

German Luftschutz or “Air Protection” helmet worn by the German version of the air raid warden. Helmet is of the gladiator pattern with a raised bead going around the base of the crown. Helmet is… (1000-2759). Learn More »

1850’s MILITIA TAIL COAT WITH STAFF BUTTONS

1850’s MILITIA TAIL COAT WITH STAFF BUTTONS

Original circa 1850s militia uniform jacket. This is a gray triple-breasted tail coat with black trim. A single row of staff buttons remains in the center where the functioning button holes are. All… (1135-01). Learn More »

US WORLD WAR TWO LEATHER A-2 JACKET IDENTIFIED TO P-38 “LIGHTNING” PILOT

US WORLD WAR TWO LEATHER A-2 JACKET IDENTIFIED TO P-38 “LIGHTNING” PILOT

Jacket is identified to Lt. George Roger Cohan of the 337th Fighter Squadron of the 329th Fighter Group which served as part of the 4th Air Force here in the United States during World War Two. The… (454-50). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR COMMERCIAL FORAGE CAP WITH EARLY FORM 6th CORPS BADGE

CIVIL WAR COMMERCIAL FORAGE CAP WITH EARLY FORM 6th CORPS BADGE

This original Civil War forage cap with its 6th Corps badge surfaced in 1958 in Johnstown, Fulton County, New York. The cap itself is a commercial version of the army issue forage cap, but of much… (1052-101). Learn More »

SMALL FRAMED HAND HELD CONFEDERATE PATTERN FLAG

SMALL FRAMED HAND HELD CONFEDERATE PATTERN FLAG

These little flags were used to wave during a parade or patriotic ceremony and is small enough to be worn on a hat or in a lapel. The flag is printed on a piece of cotton that meas. approx. 1.75… (2021-965). Learn More »

19TH CENTURY 5-FOOT SQUARE CONFEDERATE BATTLE FLAG MARKED ON HOIST BY THOMAS ALEXANDER BRANDER WHO WAS ARTILLERIST IN THE VIRGINIA ARTILLERY, ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA

19TH CENTURY 5-FOOT SQUARE CONFEDERATE BATTLE FLAG MARKED ON HOIST BY THOMAS ALEXANDER BRANDER WHO WAS ARTILLERIST IN THE VIRGINIA ARTILLERY, ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA

The provenance of this flag states the flag was made for Colonel Richard H. Dulany of "Welbourne", near Middleburg, Virginia. Some of Col. Dulany's items have been sold through the years. The flag was… (1083-02). Learn More »

$7,500.00
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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 »

$50.00
Originally $75.00

US WORLD WAR ONE 26th YANKEE DIVISION REUNION ASSOCIATION UNIFORM ID’D TO WOUNDED 101ST AMMO TRAIN VETERAN

US WORLD WAR ONE 26th YANKEE DIVISION REUNION ASSOCIATION UNIFORM ID’D TO WOUNDED 101ST AMMO TRAIN VETERAN

Blue jacket with gold bullion 26th Yankee Division shoulder sleeve insignia, three gold bullion overseas chevrons on the left cuff equaling a year and a half service in France during World War one and… (198-763). Learn More »

MATTED DISPLAY OF FLAGS OF THE CIVIL WAR

MATTED DISPLAY OF FLAGS OF THE CIVIL WAR

Numerous flags and pendants were used by both sides during the Civil War. They include regimental flags as well as 34- and 35-star United States flags and various types of Confederate flags. From left… (2021-903). Learn More »

$325.00
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EXCELLENT CONDITION US MODEL 1858 CAVALRY SHELL JACKET

EXCELLENT CONDITION US MODEL 1858 CAVALRY SHELL JACKET

The body of this jacket is in excellent condition. There is no visible moth damage of any kind. All the piping is present and is bright. Both pillows are present on the back and are also in good… (22-22). Learn More »

“FOUR-FOOT WHITE” CIVIL WAR SIGNAL FLAG WITH A POST-WAR ID

“FOUR-FOOT WHITE” CIVIL WAR SIGNAL FLAG WITH A POST-WAR ID

This is a good example of the “Four-foot White” signal flag that, along with the “Four-foot Red,” was the most commonly used flag in the Civil War signal kit. Both are described in Brown’s… (169-575). 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 »

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 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 »


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COIN SILVER DESK BOX MARKED “WM. CALDWELL / LAKE GEORGE”

This coin silver captain’s desk box is beautifully engraved on the lid with the name of the ship, the “William Caldwell”, which was built at the northern end of Lake George in Ticonderoga, New York in the spring of 1838. Box has a hinged and… (30-1983). Learn More »

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