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REGULATION OFFICER’S HAT CORD OF CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT JOHN M. DEANE, 29th MASSACHUSETTS, LIEUTENANT, CAPTAIN, AND MAJOR

REGULATION OFFICER’S HAT CORD OF CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT JOHN M. DEANE, 29th MASSACHUSETTS, LIEUTENANT, CAPTAIN, AND MAJOR

This regulation officer’s hat cord is part of a significant trove of artifacts preserved by John M. Deane and his family that we are offering in separate sales. This is a regulation cord using… (1164-34). Learn More »

CIRCA 1835 US DIPLOMAT’S COAT

CIRCA 1835 US DIPLOMAT’S COAT

This is a colorful, elegant, and very high-grade cut-away tail coat in excellent condition with no mothing whatsoever and just one small tear under one arm. The coat is single breasted, fitted with… (622-410). Learn More »

INDIAN WARS & SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR-ERA RED ARTILLERY AIGUILLETTE SHOULDER CORD

INDIAN WARS & SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR-ERA RED ARTILLERY AIGUILLETTE SHOULDER CORD

Artillery (red) aiguillette uniform shoulder cord. Excellent unissued condition. Circa 1880-1902. [jet]  [ph:L] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR… (2021-1002). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR UNION MAJOR’S FROCK COAT

CIVIL WAR UNION MAJOR’S FROCK COAT

This is a very good condition Union army frock coat for a major. By sheer numbers of officers, the coat of a field grade officer is ten times rarer than a line officer in an infantry regiment, with… (1052-169). Learn More »

$4,500.00
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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… (490-2291). Learn More »

$180.00
Originally $225.00

MINTY CIVIL WAR CAVALRY JACKET

MINTY CIVIL WAR CAVALRY JACKET

This is an excellent example of the regulation Union army jacket for an enlisted cavalryman, worn by privates as you see it and by non-commissioned officers with the addition of appropriate rank… (490-3043). Learn More »

$3,295.00
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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

HEAVY BRASS 19TH CENTURY SPREAD-WINGED EAGLE FLAG POLE FINIAL

HEAVY BRASS 19TH CENTURY SPREAD-WINGED EAGLE FLAG POLE FINIAL

Impressive looking heavy cast brass eagle with 7.00 inch wingspan. Eagle is depicted perched on a ball with his head turned to his right. All the feathers on the bird show very good detail. The… (1099-23). Learn More »

$200.00
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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 »

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS SHOULDER SCALES

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS SHOULDER SCALES

These are stamped brass style of shoulder scales. Similar in appearance to the enlisted style. No turnbuckles or fringe. Includes separate piece on underside to attach hanging fringe. The brass… (490-2933). Learn More »

REGULATION ISSUE CIVIL WAR BUMMER OR FORAGE CAP

REGULATION ISSUE CIVIL WAR BUMMER OR FORAGE CAP

This is a very good example of the Civil War Union army regulation Model 1858 forage cap, probably the most recognizable of all Civil War headgear. Descended from the army’s 1851 shako, these were… (1052-141). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR BUMMER OR FORAGE CAP WITH NINTH CORPS BADGE

CIVIL WAR BUMMER OR FORAGE CAP WITH NINTH CORPS BADGE

This is an excellent example of an original Civil War Union army regulation Model 1858 Forage Cap with a Ninth Corps badge on top, displaying the cross cannon and fouled anchor reflecting the origins… (1052-143). Learn More »

FIRST LIGHT INFANTRY VETERANS COAT OF PROVIDENCE R.I. CA. 1870: “FOUR GENERALS, TWENTY-NINE FIELD OFFICERS, TWENTY-FOUR STAFF…”

FIRST LIGHT INFANTRY VETERANS COAT OF PROVIDENCE R.I. CA. 1870: “FOUR GENERALS, TWENTY-NINE FIELD OFFICERS, TWENTY-FOUR STAFF…”

The First Light Infantry Veterans Association was organized in Providence, R.I., June 3, 1869, and consisted of former members with at least five years’ service in the First Light Infantry of… (2022-225). Learn More »

UNION VETERAN’S G.A.R. SLOUCH HAT, POST 4

UNION VETERAN’S G.A.R. SLOUCH HAT, POST 4

This Union veteran’s hat was clearly meant to evoke the wartime slouch hat. This one is in very good condition and carries a gilt brass wreath surrounding the number 4 on its front, indicating the… (1052-135). Learn More »

$495.00
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MCDOWELL PATTERN FORAGE CAP WITH FOURTH ARMY CORPS BADGE

MCDOWELL PATTERN FORAGE CAP WITH FOURTH ARMY CORPS BADGE

This is a great example of the “McDowell” style cap popularized early in the war by General Irwin McDowell (1818-1835,) who was perhaps a bit more inspiring in haberdashery than generalship. The… (1052-146). Learn More »

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 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 »


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BREVET MAJOR GENERAL’S COMMISSION AND G.A.R. BADGE OF SAMUEL SPRIGG CARROLL: HIS TROOPS HELPED SAVE CEMETERY HILL ON JULY 2 AND TO REPULSE PICKETT ON JULY 3 AT GETTYSBURG

Carroll was a fighting general who acquired several nicknames from his red hair along with three wounds and a number of promotions and brevets for his service on the battlefield. He received several brevets for actions in individual battles: major… (2020-894). Learn More »

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