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CIVIL WAR INFANTRY LIEUTENANT COLONEL SHOULDER STRAPS

CIVIL WAR INFANTRY LIEUTENANT COLONEL SHOULDER STRAPS

Field grade officer’s shoulder straps are scarce. Infantry regiments usually fielded ten companies with three officers each, but just one of each grade of field officer to the entire regiment: a… (2024-87). Learn More »

SCARCE CIVIL WAR ARMY ISSUE SHOE, A.K.A. BROGAN OR BOOTTEE

SCARCE CIVIL WAR ARMY ISSUE SHOE, A.K.A. BROGAN OR BOOTTEE

This Civil War issue shoe is missing the vamp, but shows illustrates the typical construction of an issue brogan. This comes from a U.S. Army Indian War post established in 1870, a period in which the… (1052-542). Learn More »

SCARCE US CAVALRY M1872/76 BOOT SALVAGED OR ALTERED BY SOLDIER TO BARRACKS SHOE

SCARCE US CAVALRY M1872/76 BOOT SALVAGED OR ALTERED BY SOLDIER TO BARRACKS SHOE

This is a US Army issue cavalry boot with the leg cut down to salvage the leather for another purpose or to alter it for wear as a barracks or camp shoe, something the army did not think about issuing… (1052-289). Learn More »

$295.00
ON HOLD

SCARCE CIVIL WAR ARMY ISSUE BROGAN ALTERED TO A BARRACKS SHOE AT FORT PEMBINA

SCARCE CIVIL WAR ARMY ISSUE BROGAN ALTERED TO A BARRACKS SHOE AT FORT PEMBINA

This Civil War army-issue shoe is in very good condition though excavated and easy to take for a barn or attic find. This was recovered at Fort Pembina, ND, a US army post established in 1870, where… (1052-287). Learn More »

PIECE OF CIVIL WAR ARMY BLANKET FROM FORT PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA

PIECE OF CIVIL WAR ARMY BLANKET FROM FORT PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA

The army had vast stocks of Civil War material left over at the end of the war. These supplies, along with the reduction of the postwar army meant U.S. troops were getting Civil War gear well into the… (1052-265). Learn More »

VERY SCARCE CIVIL WAR BROGANS

VERY SCARCE CIVIL WAR BROGANS

Officially referred to as army bootees, collectors most often know them as brogans, a term used at the time, though soldiers mostly called them just shoes. They were produced in a number of… (149-42). Learn More »

$2,500.00
Originally $2,950.00

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 »

$65.00
Originally $125.00
SOLD

PAIR OF PATTERN 1872 SERGEANT OF ARTILLERY CHEVRONS

PAIR OF PATTERN 1872 SERGEANT OF ARTILLERY CHEVRONS

Chevrons are made of a single piece of red cloth with the three stripes delineated by rows of black thread. Both chevrons are in very nice condition.    [AD]… (2021-1020G). Learn More »

$35.00
Originally $75.00

US ISSUE MODEL 1872 SHOE, MAKER MARKED, POSSIBLY BY JOHN MUNDELL OF PHILADELPHIA

US ISSUE MODEL 1872 SHOE, MAKER MARKED, POSSIBLY BY JOHN MUNDELL OF PHILADELPHIA

This army-issue was excavated at Fort Pembina, ND, established in 1870 and in operation to 1895. It was found on private property, with the owner’s permission, and is in good condition, a result of… (1052-492). Learn More »

EARLY INDIAN WAR ALTERED BARRACKS OR CAMP SHOE

EARLY INDIAN WAR ALTERED BARRACKS OR CAMP SHOE

This is an unusual Indian War soldier’s camp or barracks shoe from Fort Pembina, ND, a small U.S. army post from 1870 to 1895. The heel portion of the quarters was cut away, either to salvage the… (1052-288). Learn More »

EARLY INDIAN WAR ALTERED BARRACKS OR CAMP SHOE

EARLY INDIAN WAR ALTERED BARRACKS OR CAMP SHOE

This is an unusual Indian War soldier’s camp or barracks shoe from Fort Pembina, ND, a small U.S. army post from 1870 to 1895. The heel portion of the quarters was cut away, either to salvage the… (1052-390). Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

OFFICER’S FALSE BOOTS

OFFICER’S FALSE BOOTS

A very good condition set of officer’s false boots. These would be worn with shoes, spreading over the top of the shoe to hide the laces and keep out dirt, but imitating the high riding boots… (1179-429). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA WORKSHIRT/SMOCK MADE FROM ALTERED SHIRT FORT PEMBINA

CIVIL WAR ERA WORKSHIRT/SMOCK MADE FROM ALTERED SHIRT FORT PEMBINA

This is a simple shirt altered by a soldier at a frontier US Army fort for wear as smock to shield his uniform while on a work or fatigue detail and comes from excavations at Fort Pembina, North… (1052-649). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA WORKSHIRT/SMOCK MADE FROM ALTERED SHIRT FORT PEMBINA

CIVIL WAR ERA WORKSHIRT/SMOCK MADE FROM ALTERED SHIRT FORT PEMBINA

This is a simple shirt altered by a soldier at a frontier US Army fort for wear as smock to shield his uniform while on a work or fatigue detail and comes from excavations at Fort Pembina, North… (1052-648). Learn More »

SCARCE PAIR CIVIL WAR ARMY ISSUE SHOES, MAKER MARKED, SOLDIER MODIFIED, LOTS OF MARCHING!

SCARCE PAIR CIVIL WAR ARMY ISSUE SHOES, MAKER MARKED, SOLDIER MODIFIED, LOTS OF MARCHING!

This pair of Civil War US army issue shoe show an interesting field alteration by the soldier: a 3 ½ inch slit down the upper end of the tongue of each for comfort- one of several alterations we have… (1052-281). Learn More »

INCREDIBLY RARE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS CORDUROY UNIFORM PANTS WITH 2 ULTRA-RARE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS BUTTONS

INCREDIBLY RARE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS CORDUROY UNIFORM PANTS WITH 2 ULTRA-RARE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS BUTTONS

This pair of Republic of Texas pants could arguably be the finest and rarest uniform pants, with an American history, known to exist today. According to a textile museum in Washington, DC, the cloth… (88-174). Learn More »

$4,995.00
Originally $5,950.00

RARE MARKED CIVIL WAR ARMY ISSUE SHOE

RARE MARKED CIVIL WAR ARMY ISSUE SHOE

Civil War army-issue shoes were among the most essential things issued to a soldier and about the rarest of Civil War items to survive despite being made literally in the millions. They were cheaply… (1052-286). Learn More »

SCARCE INDIAN WAR US ARMY 1872 PATTERN SHOE ALTERED TO CAMP OR BARRACKS SHOE

SCARCE INDIAN WAR US ARMY 1872 PATTERN SHOE ALTERED TO CAMP OR BARRACKS SHOE

New pattern shoes and boots were introduced in the U.S. Army in 1872 and in use until the 1880s with a minor change in 1876 to a longer tongue. These shoes improved upon Civil War issue patterns… (1052-286). Learn More »

FIFTH INFANTRY CAPTAIN’S EPAULETS AND KEPI

FIFTH INFANTRY CAPTAIN’S EPAULETS AND KEPI

This set belonged to an unidentified officer in a 5th Infantry regiment judging from the officer’s embroidered hunting horn insignia on the front of the cap with a “5” in the loop of the horn,… (1179-354). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR INFANTRY SECOND LIEUTENANT’S SHOULDER STRAPS

CIVIL WAR INFANTRY SECOND LIEUTENANT’S SHOULDER STRAPS

This is a very good pair of infantry shoulder straps for a second lieutenant, the junior officer of an infantry company, serving under a first lieutenant and a captain as company commander, and… (2023-3244). Learn More »

$425.00
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US PATTERN 1858 SMOOTHSIDE CANTEEN IDENTIFIED TO 13TH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

The body of this canteen is covered in a very nice conditioned sky-blue cloth and is strongly stenciled on one side with “13” over “PV” done in white paint. The cover is solid with no signs of moth damage or seam separations. The edges of the… (490-4680). Learn More »

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