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PAIR OF CIVIL WAR SERGEANT MAJOR’S AND NCO STAFF SHOULDER SCALES

PAIR OF CIVIL WAR SERGEANT MAJOR’S AND NCO STAFF SHOULDER SCALES

Introduced in 1851 for mounted troops, brass shoulder scales were decorative, but were also meant to be a defense against saber cuts. In 1854/55 they became regulation for all branches of service and… (2021-1007). Learn More »

BEAUTIFUL MOGHUL INDIAN HELMET (“TOP”) AND MATCHING SHIELD (“SIPAR”),  18TH – EARLY 19TH CENTURY

BEAUTIFUL MOGHUL INDIAN HELMET (“TOP”) AND MATCHING SHIELD (“SIPAR”), 18TH – EARLY 19TH CENTURY

Fluted steel helmet of expert armourer's craftsmanship, skull decorated with intricate and fine quality designs in silver and gold koftgari. The finely executed Arabic gold inscriptions around the… (88-85). Learn More »

MODEL 1858 FORAGE CAP WITH MAKER'S LABEL

MODEL 1858 FORAGE CAP WITH MAKER'S LABEL

Standard issue Model 1858 forage cap in excellent condition. The blue wool exterior has only a single small moth bite on the right side and only some minor surface dirt from age and storage. The… (766-1701). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S SASH

CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S SASH

This is the regulation Civil War sash for all officers below the rank of general in all branches of service except the medical staff and, occasionally, chaplains. It is a necessary accompaniment to… (480-206). Learn More »

$450.00
ON HOLD

OFFICER’S CRIMSON SASH

OFFICER’S CRIMSON SASH

This sash, using an open netting over the top of the knot that extends down to form the tassels, probably dates about the period of the Mexican War. Earlier sashes tended to be flat and Civil War… (480-205). 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
ON HOLD

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

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 »

$25.00
Originally $50.00
SOLD

US MODEL 1902 INFANTRY ENLISTED MAN’S VISOR HAT

US MODEL 1902 INFANTRY ENLISTED MAN’S VISOR HAT

The body of the hat is made of dark blue wool with a two parallel bands of light blue cloth, one around the base of the cap and the other halfway up the crown. Exterior is in excellent condition with… (1022-46). Learn More »

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 »

$160.00
ON HOLD

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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MINTY CIVIL WAR HEAVY ARTILLERY SERGEANT’S COAT BY BOYLAN

MINTY CIVIL WAR HEAVY ARTILLERY SERGEANT’S COAT BY BOYLAN

This is a beautiful, near mint example of the U.S. regulation enlisted man’s frock coat for heavy (or “foot”) artillery, nicely marked in the upper right sleeve, “1/ J.B. Boylan, Newark, N.J.… (2021-937). Learn More »

FINE ORIGINAL U.C.V. UNIFORM COAT WITH U.C.V. BADGES, INSIGNIA AND FAMILY DOCUMENTATION FROM PRIVATE JAMES H. NORRIS, 56TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY

FINE ORIGINAL U.C.V. UNIFORM COAT WITH U.C.V. BADGES, INSIGNIA AND FAMILY DOCUMENTATION FROM PRIVATE JAMES H. NORRIS, 56TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY

Here is a choice example of a United Confederate Veteran’s uniform coat in fine original condition. The garment was recently obtained from the family of Private James H. Norris, a July 1863 combat… (526-83). Learn More »

$7,500.00
ON HOLD

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 »

G.A.R. VETERAN’S HAT

G.A.R. VETERAN’S HAT

This is a nice example of a G.A.R. veteran’s hat with bound brim and low crown, likely dating to the twilight years of the organization. The black color is still very good and the edge binding and… (573-169). Learn More »

$395.00
ON HOLD

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 »

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 »

$200.00
ON HOLD

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 »

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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AMES MODEL 1840 GENERAL OFFICER’S SWORD PRESENTED TO JAMES W. PRESTON BY THE CHATHAM ARTILLERY OF SAVANNAH, GEORGIA

This beautiful sword was presented by the Chatham Artillery as a prize for gunnery in 1848. The organization is an old and illustrious militia organization of Savannah, claiming descent from earlier units, including a company of artillery organized… (870-99). Learn More »

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