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CONFEDERATE FIRST NATIONAL FLAG FROM ISLAND NUMBER TEN

CONFEDERATE FIRST NATIONAL FLAG FROM ISLAND NUMBER TEN

This Confederate First National flag has a tight provenance going back to 1935, and before that an oral history as a war souvenir brought back from Island Number Ten by James William McLaughlin, a… (1179-004). Learn More »

RECRUITING FLAG FOR THE 144th OHIO

RECRUITING FLAG FOR THE 144th OHIO

This flag measures 53” by 120” – pretty much dead-on-the-money for a recruiting flag in the revised 1861 US Army regulations, which specify four-feet four inches by nine-feet nine inches. This… (1179-002). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR US NAVY GROUP OF G.W. BROWN, PUBLISHED IN TIME-LIFE AND IN BLUEJACKETS, EX-STAMATELOS COLLECTION AND TEXAS CIVIL WAR MUSEUM

IDENTIFIED CIVIL WAR US NAVY GROUP OF G.W. BROWN, PUBLISHED IN TIME-LIFE AND IN BLUEJACKETS, EX-STAMATELOS COLLECTION AND TEXAS CIVIL WAR MUSEUM

This a very scarce, extensive, identified Civil War U.S. Navy grouping, once in the renowned Stamatelos collection and more recently exhibited in the Texas Civil War Museum. It has also been published… (1179-262). Learn More »

ORIGINAL US MODEL 1858 CAVALRY SHELL JACKET WITH REPRODUCTION LINING

ORIGINAL US MODEL 1858 CAVALRY SHELL JACKET WITH REPRODUCTION LINING

The exterior body of this jacket is in very good condition. There is no visible moth damage of any kind. All the piping is present. Both pillows are present on the back and are also in good condition.… (534-35). Learn More »

SPANISH “KNAPSACK” FLAG “FROM EARTHWORKS AT AIBONITO, PORTO RICO, AUG. 1898.”

SPANISH “KNAPSACK” FLAG “FROM EARTHWORKS AT AIBONITO, PORTO RICO, AUG. 1898.”

This “flag” is made of cotton, printed on one side, and measures approximately 32” x 34”.  Top and bottom edges are turned and stitched while the side edges are left raw. Design is of three… (766-1861). Learn More »

MINTY NEW YORK ARTILLERY OFFICER’S SLOUCH HAT

MINTY NEW YORK ARTILLERY OFFICER’S SLOUCH HAT

This artillery officer’s slouch hat has great wartime characteristics. The fabric is soft and high quality. The brim is a substantial 2 7/8 inches wide and has an edge bound with a ribbon extending… (1117-88). Learn More »

$7,500.00
Originally $9,500.00

VERY SCARCE EARLY CIVIL WAR NEW YORK RECRUITING AND RENDEZVOUS BANNER FOR A COMPANY OF THE “NATIONAL GUARD ZOUAVES” CA. APRIL 1861

VERY SCARCE EARLY CIVIL WAR NEW YORK RECRUITING AND RENDEZVOUS BANNER FOR A COMPANY OF THE “NATIONAL GUARD ZOUAVES” CA. APRIL 1861

This colorful call for volunteers reads “HEAD-QUARTERS – OF – CAPT. GOTT’S / COMPANY / National Guard / ZOUAVES.” The lettering is done in black with red highlights and the last line.… (1052-171). Learn More »

$7,500.00
Originally $9,500.00

CIVIL WAR CAVALRY STAFF OFFICER’S KEPI

CIVIL WAR CAVALRY STAFF OFFICER’S KEPI

This medium-height kepi has cavalry officer Eagle-C buttons securing the chinstrap and a very nice M1851/58 embroidered bullion U.S. staff wreath insignia on the front, indicating the officer was… (1179-408). Learn More »

FANTASTIC UNIFORM GROUPING OF G.E. ANDREWS: OFFICER’S FROCK COAT, OFFICER’S SHORT JACKET, OFFICER’S TROUSERS, AND HIS TAILOR-MADE FIRST SERGEANT FROCK COAT WITH VETERAN SERVICE STRIPES!

FANTASTIC UNIFORM GROUPING OF G.E. ANDREWS: OFFICER’S FROCK COAT, OFFICER’S SHORT JACKET, OFFICER’S TROUSERS, AND HIS TAILOR-MADE FIRST SERGEANT FROCK COAT WITH VETERAN SERVICE STRIPES!

We don’t often use exclamation points in a description, but this identified uniform grouping, formerly in the collections of the Texas Civil War Museum, has not just historical interest, but… (1179-147). Learn More »

RARE EARLY MARINE CORPS EPAULETTES / WINGS

RARE EARLY MARINE CORPS EPAULETTES / WINGS

Heavily embroidered narrow bodied epaulettes with wide ends also known as “wings.” The top surface of these epaulets is a dark blue/black cloth with a very heavy, raised oak leaf decoration done… (344-2721). Learn More »

$4,500.00
Originally $5,500.00
SOLD

7th INFANTRY CAPTAIN’S CHASSEUR CAP WITH VERBAL ID TO PENNSYLVANIA

7th INFANTRY CAPTAIN’S CHASSEUR CAP WITH VERBAL ID TO PENNSYLVANIA

This is a great example of a Civil War officer’s chasseur cap with Eagle-I infantry officer’s buttons on the chinstrap, an officer’s gold bullion embroidered hunting horn infantry insignia on… (1179-331). Learn More »

WATERPROOF TARRED LINEN KEPI WITH USN BUTTONS

WATERPROOF TARRED LINEN KEPI WITH USN BUTTONS

This is a very light-weight, waterproof kepi with small US Navy buttons securing the chinstrap. The body of the cap is made of linen, tarred or painted on the outside, but showing its original checked… (1179-336). Learn More »

MCDOWELL PATTERN FORAGE CAP WITH CAVALRY INSIGNIA

MCDOWELL PATTERN FORAGE CAP WITH CAVALRY INSIGNIA

This is a good example of the “McDowell” style forage cap, showing wear and use in the field, needing some TLC, but with solid fabric, visor, chinstrap, and a good deal of its lining, including… (1179-345). Learn More »

RARE IDENTIFIED 65th NY SERGEANT’S JACKET, WITH MANSCRIPT MATERIAL: 1st U.S. CHASSEURS

RARE IDENTIFIED 65th NY SERGEANT’S JACKET, WITH MANSCRIPT MATERIAL: 1st U.S. CHASSEURS

This is an extremely rare, early-war uniform jacket, with related material, belonging to a sergeant of the 65th New York, who enlisted at the beginning of the war as the regiment’s commissary… (1179-233). Learn More »

6th CAVALRY COMPANY A FORAGE CAP BY MURPHY AND GRISWOLD

6th CAVALRY COMPANY A FORAGE CAP BY MURPHY AND GRISWOLD

This Civil War forage cap retains its army contractor’s paper label on the underside of the crown reading, “M. & G. / No. 4/ N.Y.” and has been fitted with brass insignia to designate a… (2022-2331). Learn More »

IMPRESSIVE NY STATE IDENTIFIED FROCK COAT, EX-TEXAS CIVIL WAR MUSEUM

IMPRESSIVE NY STATE IDENTIFIED FROCK COAT, EX-TEXAS CIVIL WAR MUSEUM

This gray NY Militia frock coat has great visual appeal and comes from the collections of the Texas Civil War Museum. This is a high-grade garment with the button holes on the lapel edged with twisted… (1179-149). Learn More »

FORAGE CAP, FROCK COAT, AND HANDKERCHIEF OF SETH F. PLUMB 8th CT, KIA CHAFFIN’S BLUFF (FORT HARRISON)

FORAGE CAP, FROCK COAT, AND HANDKERCHIEF OF SETH F. PLUMB 8th CT, KIA CHAFFIN’S BLUFF (FORT HARRISON)

This uniform grouping was worn by a soldier who enlisted in the 8th Connecticut at its organization, was present in almost all its engagements, and was killed in its last combat action of the war, at… (1179-159). Learn More »

$18,000.00
ON HOLD

CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S HAT CORD

CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S HAT CORD

Wonderful original example of a Civil War officer’s hat cord for the slouch hat.  This example is constructed of gold bullion woven with black and features netted adjuster slide and acorns. In very… (1156-52). Learn More »

ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT HAT CORD

ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT 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. Maroon for Ordnance service. Clean… (1156-54). Learn More »

$95.00
ON HOLD

CIRCA 1880’S CRAZY QUILT WITH VIRGINIA CONFEDERATE VETERAN RIBBONS

CIRCA 1880’S CRAZY QUILT WITH VIRGINIA CONFEDERATE VETERAN RIBBONS

The 1876 Philadelphia Centennial Exposition was a big event in Victorian society. One of the most popular exhibits was the Japanese pavilion with its fascinating crazed ceramics and asymmetrical art.… (1054-2607). Learn More »


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CIVIL WAR PRIVATELY PURCHASED FORAGE CAP WITH 23rd CORPS BADGE

This is a very good example of an original Civil War, Union army, privately purchased, or commercial, forage cap. These were typically worn by officers, who had to purchase their own uniforms and equipment from military outfitters, but were available… (1052-162). Learn More »

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