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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
ON HOLD

BEAUTIFUL TIFFANY-MADE GENERAL OFFICER’S CAP OF GEN. JOHN HENRY HOBART WARD: DEFENDED THE LEFT OF THE UNION LINE IN HARD FIGHTING AT GETTYSBURG ON JULY 2; “THAT GALLANT OFFICER” – JOE HOOKER; “ONE OF THE BRAVEST OF THE BRAVE” – PHIL KEARNEY

BEAUTIFUL TIFFANY-MADE GENERAL OFFICER’S CAP OF GEN. JOHN HENRY HOBART WARD: DEFENDED THE LEFT OF THE UNION LINE IN HARD FIGHTING AT GETTYSBURG ON JULY 2; “THAT GALLANT OFFICER” – JOE HOOKER; “ONE OF THE BRAVEST OF THE BRAVE” – PHIL KEARNEY

This historic Tiffany-made general officer’s cap belonged to Brigadier General John Henry Hobart Ward, an impressive and remarkable figure whose brigade held the left flank of Sickles’s advanced… (1179-339). Learn More »

$30,000.00
ON HOLD

NICE UNION ARTILLERY SHELL JACKET

NICE UNION ARTILLERY SHELL JACKET

Standard issue dark blue wool shell jacket with red piping on collar and cuffs with red trim down the front and along the edges. Jacket has 12 General Service eagle buttons down the front with two… (490-6718). Learn More »

ARTILLERY COLONEL SHOULDER STRAPS

ARTILLERY COLONEL SHOULDER STRAPS

Artillery colonel is a rare rank since it supposes an entire regiment, which was fairly uncommon even in the army’s massive expansion during the Civil War. This is a nice set using a silver… (2023-3255). Learn More »

$650.00
ON HOLD

STRAPS: THE EVOLUTION OF U.S. ARMY SHOULDER STRAPS BY DR. HOWARD G. LANHAM

STRAPS: THE EVOLUTION OF U.S. ARMY SHOULDER STRAPS BY DR. HOWARD G. LANHAM

Originally $27.95, now just $20.00. Brand new copies, softcover, 210 pp.  8 ½” x 11”, numerous b&w photos & illustrations. Published 1988. This extensively researched and documented book… (2024-20). Learn More »

VERY NICE SET OF SCARCE CIVIL WAR GREEN RIFLES OR MEDICAL SECOND LIEUTENANT’S SHOULDER STRAPS

VERY NICE SET OF SCARCE CIVIL WAR GREEN RIFLES OR MEDICAL SECOND LIEUTENANT’S SHOULDER STRAPS

This is very pretty set of Civil War second lieutenant’s shoulder straps with single-row embroidered, gilt, alternating dead-and-bright bullion borders with gilt jaceron wire edges, and deep green… (2023-3250). Learn More »

$750.00
ON HOLD

SMITH PATENT CAVALRY SECOND LIEUTENANT SHOULDER STRAPS

SMITH PATENT CAVALRY SECOND LIEUTENANT SHOULDER STRAPS

This is a very good condition set of Smith patent shoulder straps for a second lieutenant of cavalry, showing strong color to the yellow ground and good gilt left on the brass frame border, stamped to… (2023-3252). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR COMMODORE’S UNDRESS FROCK COAT OF SILAS H. STRINGHAM, USN: LEADER OF THE FIRST COMBINED OPERATION OF THE UNION NAVY AND ARMY IN THE CIVIL WAR; VICTOR OF THE BATTLE OF HATTERAS INLET BATTERIES

CIVIL WAR COMMODORE’S UNDRESS FROCK COAT OF SILAS H. STRINGHAM, USN: LEADER OF THE FIRST COMBINED OPERATION OF THE UNION NAVY AND ARMY IN THE CIVIL WAR; VICTOR OF THE BATTLE OF HATTERAS INLET BATTERIES

Fought on Aug. 28-29, 1861, little more than a month after the Union defeat at Bull Run, the capture of Forts Hatteras and Clark on the outer banks helped restrict Confederate blockade running,… (1179-504). Learn More »

NICE UNION ARTILLERY SHELL JACKET

NICE UNION ARTILLERY SHELL JACKET

Standard issue dark blue wool shell jacket with red piping on collar and cuffs with red trim down the front and along the edges. Jacket has 12 General Service eagle buttons down the front with two… (490-6719). Learn More »

CAVALRY OFFICER’S FROCK COAT IDENTIFIED TO CAPT. SAMUEL N. TITUS, 11TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

CAVALRY OFFICER’S FROCK COAT IDENTIFIED TO CAPT. SAMUEL N. TITUS, 11TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

This cavalry officer’s frock coat shows some signs of wear, but still rates very good for condition and has a great identification established by a wonderful Baltimore tailor’s tag sewn in one… (1179-639). Learn More »

OFFICER’S FROCK COAT OF BREVET MAJOR GENERAL JOSEPH K. BARNES, SURGEON GENERAL OF THE U.S. ARMY 1864-1882

OFFICER’S FROCK COAT OF BREVET MAJOR GENERAL JOSEPH K. BARNES, SURGEON GENERAL OF THE U.S. ARMY 1864-1882

This would be the centerpiece of any medical collection: the Major General’s frock coat of Surgeon General Joseph K. Barnes. Barnes was born in Philadelphia in 1817, studied medicine at Harvard,… (1179-579). Learn More »

OFFICER’S SACK COAT OF BREVET MAJOR SAMUEL RODMOND SMITH, 4TH DELAWARE, MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT

OFFICER’S SACK COAT OF BREVET MAJOR SAMUEL RODMOND SMITH, 4TH DELAWARE, MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT

This officer’s sack coat comes from the collections of the Texas Civil War Museum and is identified to Maj. Samuel Rodmond Smith, 4th Delaware, who received the Medal of Honor for actions in the… (1179-654). Learn More »

$6,500.00
ON HOLD

CIVIL WAR US NAVY SEAMAN’S “ROUND JACKET”

CIVIL WAR US NAVY SEAMAN’S “ROUND JACKET”

This Civil War sailor’s jacket is identical to the Lovejoy 1857-58 contact USN seaman’s “round jacket” illustrated in Ron Field’s “Blue Jacket,” and pictured also in Troiani’s online… (1179-578). Learn More »

GERMAN ARMY MODEL 1936 TUNIC FROM ROMMEL’S “GHOST DIVISION”

GERMAN ARMY MODEL 1936 TUNIC FROM ROMMEL’S “GHOST DIVISION”

Exceptional Model 1936 (“Four Pocket”) NCO dress tunic belonging to the Sergeant Major of First Battalion, Motorized Rifle Regiment 7 assigned to Rommel’s 7th Panzer Division during the French… (2023-3061). Learn More »

$2,000.00
ON HOLD

SET OF VIETNAM JUNGLE FATIGUES DATED 1967 & 1971

SET OF VIETNAM JUNGLE FATIGUES DATED 1967 & 1971

Coat is made of a green “rip-stop” material with slanted breast pockets and flaps that button down. The flap buttons are not exposed but are covered. There are five green buttons down the front.… (772-92A). Learn More »


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SCARCE NEW MODEL 1865 SHARPS STILL IN PERCUSSION NEAR FACTORY NEW

There are no appreciable differences between the NM1863 and NM1865 Sharps other than the stamped model designation by the company, and its occasional absence, which some have speculated was due to worn out or broken old dies, or was a marketing ploy… (490-2531). Learn More »

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