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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 »

$35,000.00
Originally $40,000.00

CAPTURED CONFEDERATE SECOND NATIONAL FLAG, UNUSUAL VARIATION WITH MADAUS LETTER, FROM A SOLDIER IN THE 59th NEW YORK

CAPTURED CONFEDERATE SECOND NATIONAL FLAG, UNUSUAL VARIATION WITH MADAUS LETTER, FROM A SOLDIER IN THE 59th NEW YORK

This 2nd National Confederate Flag was purchased in the 1980s by a well-respected Florida dealer/collector directly from descendants of the Union soldier who had kept it as a trophy. It comes with a… (1179-019). Learn More »

REGIMENTAL STANDARD OF MERRILL’S HORSE, 2ND MISSOURI CAVALRY

REGIMENTAL STANDARD OF MERRILL’S HORSE, 2ND MISSOURI CAVALRY

Formerly in the collections of the Texas Civil War Museum, this historic flag was carried by Merrill’s Horse, the 2nd Missouri Cavalry, raised under the authority of Gen. John C. Fremont, commanding… (1179-031). Learn More »

1862 TIFFANY GENERAL GUIDE FLAG OF THE 143rd NEW YORK

1862 TIFFANY GENERAL GUIDE FLAG OF THE 143rd NEW YORK

This Tiffany-made general guide flag was certainly among the colors presented to the 143rd New York Volunteers upon its formal organization in October 1862. Like the embroidered stars-and-stripes… (1179-017). Learn More »

REGIMENTAL COLOR OF THE 197TH PENNSYLVANIA - “THIRD COAL EXCHANGE REGIMENT” - LIKELY BY EVANS AND HASSALL, PHILADELPHIA

REGIMENTAL COLOR OF THE 197TH PENNSYLVANIA - “THIRD COAL EXCHANGE REGIMENT” - LIKELY BY EVANS AND HASSALL, PHILADELPHIA

This regimental color is pictured in Volume 2, p.496, of Advance the Colors where it is noted as the only extant flag of the 197th Pennsylvania, one of six Pennsylvania infantry regiments, numbered… (1179-025). 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 »

$12,000.00
ON HOLD

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
ON HOLD

“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 »

7TH ARMY CORPS FLAG FOR G.A.R. HALL OR ENCAMPMENT USE

7TH ARMY CORPS FLAG FOR G.A.R. HALL OR ENCAMPMENT USE

Measures 18 ½” x 25”, circa 1890-1900. The corps badge design is two-sided, sewn on with two rows of zig-zag stitching. There is also an inner accent stitching. Overall condition is fine, with… (399-18). Learn More »

4TH ARMY CORPS FLAG FOR G.A.R. HALL OR ENCAMPMENT USE

4TH ARMY CORPS FLAG FOR G.A.R. HALL OR ENCAMPMENT USE

Measures 18 ½” x 25”, circa 1890-1900. The corps badge design is two-sided, sewn on with two rows of zig-zag stitching. There is also an inner accent stitching. Overall condition is fine, with… (399-09). Learn More »

UPPER FLAG POLE SECTION ATTRIBUTED TO A ‘BLACK GAR POST IN PITTSBURGH’

UPPER FLAG POLE SECTION ATTRIBUTED TO A ‘BLACK GAR POST IN PITTSBURGH’

This is the top portion only of a two piece wooden flag pole. During the Civil War most regimental colors were mounted on a two piece pole like this one. The sections were mated together by a threaded… (M23251). Learn More »


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IMPORT MODEL 1850 CIVIL WAR FIELD & STAFF OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO COL. RICHARD M. CORWINE, MEMBER OF GENERAL FREMONT’S STAFF

Original Civil War Model 1850 Field & Staff officer’s sword in nice condition complete with its metal scabbard. Sword is unmarked and is no doubt an import item. It is identified by a presentation inscription to R. M. Corwine, Aide-de-camp to… (870-157). Learn More »

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