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JULY 1863 LETTER BY FAMED COL. JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN OF THE 20TH MAINE

JULY 1863 LETTER BY FAMED COL. JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN OF THE 20TH MAINE

This letter comes from the hand of famed Colonel Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain of the 20th Maine and is written to his wife from his shelter tent in the Shenandoah Valley near Front Royal. Dated July… (557-250). Learn More »

DECEMBER 1862 LETTER WRITTEN BY COL. JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN TO HIS WIFE FANNY

DECEMBER 1862 LETTER WRITTEN BY COL. JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN TO HIS WIFE FANNY

Here we have a letter written by a man who needs no introduction, Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain. This four-page letter is written on standard 8.5 inch by 11 inch unlined paper. In period ink,… (557-250B). Learn More »

12-POUNDER NAPOLEON PENDULUM HAUSSE CANNON SIGHT

12-POUNDER NAPOLEON PENDULUM HAUSSE CANNON SIGHT

This is an essential piece of artillery gear for crews manning the classic Civil War field-piece, the Model 1857 12-Pounder Napoleon. The pendulum hausse rear sight was the often-used replacement for… (2024-1101). Learn More »

LARGE FRAMED RELIC SHOWBOARD

LARGE FRAMED RELIC SHOWBOARD

This relic board is very like those assembled from Gettysburg relics by John Rosensteel and displayed on the porch of the Round Top Museum, but differs in displaying the relics on horizontal rather… (1242-06). Learn More »

IMPRESSIVE PERIOD FRAMED DISPLAY OF WARTIME AND POSTWAR VETERAN MATERIAL OF LT. EDGAR G. STOWELL, 92nd NY, WIA FAIR OAKS, INCLUDING HIS IDENTIFICATION DISK AND CDV IN UNIFORM, MESS UTENSILS, AND CAMP ART RINGS

IMPRESSIVE PERIOD FRAMED DISPLAY OF WARTIME AND POSTWAR VETERAN MATERIAL OF LT. EDGAR G. STOWELL, 92nd NY, WIA FAIR OAKS, INCLUDING HIS IDENTIFICATION DISK AND CDV IN UNIFORM, MESS UTENSILS, AND CAMP ART RINGS

This is a great framed display of wartime and postwar veteran’s memorabilia belonging to  Lieutenant Edward G. Stowell of the 92nd NY. The items include a wartime carte-de-visite photo of Stowell… (2024-369). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S GILT BRASS EAGLEHEAD SPURS IN ORIGINAL COLOR

CIVIL WAR OFFICER’S GILT BRASS EAGLEHEAD SPURS IN ORIGINAL COLOR

This is a very good condition set of nicely detailed eaglehead spurs with 80 or 90 percent of their gilt finish on the exterior, cast and chased with the outstretched wings making up the entirety of… (490-6821). Learn More »

EXQUISITELY BEAUTIFUL LARGE 1862 DATED PORTRAIT OF AN UNKNOWN UNION LIEUTENANT COLONEL

EXQUISITELY BEAUTIFUL LARGE 1862 DATED PORTRAIT OF AN UNKNOWN UNION LIEUTENANT COLONEL

This fantastic painting is oil on canvas and meas. approx. 35.00 x 39.00 inches framed. The subject is an unknown Union lieutenant colonel from the Philadelphia area. He wears a dark blue… (L15593). Learn More »

$2,500.00
Originally $5,000.00

GETTYSBURG COPELAND SPENCER M1860 ARMY RIFLE #2494: THIRD PURCHASE ORDER

GETTYSBURG COPELAND SPENCER M1860 ARMY RIFLE #2494: THIRD PURCHASE ORDER

Wiley Sword correlated Spencer production numbers with deliveries to provide estimated serial number ranges for the 1,200 Model 1860 Spencer Army Rifles ordered by Col. Joseph Copeland to arm the 5th… (1081-25). Learn More »

RARE USN GOSPORT NAVY YARD PRIMING FLASKN

RARE USN GOSPORT NAVY YARD PRIMING FLASK

Gosport Shipyard was the original name of the facility in Portsmouth, Virginia, that was founded in 1767, passed into the hands of Virginia in the Revolution, was leased from that state by the U.S.… (490-6824). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED 3rd NEW YORK CAVALRY SHARPS AND HANKINS CAVALRY MODEL CARBINE

IDENTIFIED 3rd NEW YORK CAVALRY SHARPS AND HANKINS CAVALRY MODEL CARBINE

This scarce 19-inch barrel Sharps and Hankins cavalry carbine, serial #3337, is listed in the descriptive book of Company A, 3rd NY Cavalry, as belonging to Charles W. Emerson, who served as private,… (1236-02). Learn More »

$3,500.00
ON HOLD

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 »

$2,250.00
Originally $2,500.00

RELIC SABER BAYONET RECOVERED NEAR “LOST AVENUE” (NEILL AVENUE) AT GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

RELIC SABER BAYONET RECOVERED NEAR “LOST AVENUE” (NEILL AVENUE) AT GETTYSBURG – KEN BREAM COLLECTION

This Gettysburg relic is an example of the brass handled saber bayonet for use on a P.S. Justice rifle, as produced by that company circa 1861-1862. The firm of P.S. Justice of Philadelphia had its… (224-777). Learn More »

$1,500.00
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“REMEMBER THE MAINE!” U.S.S. MAINE DECORATED “GOING ASHORE” NAVY FLAT CAP NTUCKY

“REMEMBER THE MAINE!” U.S.S. MAINE DECORATED “GOING ASHORE” NAVY FLAT CAP

There was a long tradition in the U.S. Navy of the men decorating their uniforms with colorful embroidery, both to occupy idle hours on shipboard and in hopes of attracting some attention when on… (1219-44). Learn More »

VERY GOOD CONDITION NAMED CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX

VERY GOOD CONDITION NAMED CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX

This well-made Confederate cartridge box follows the lines of the prewar rifle boxes intended for wear on the waist belt only. Made of black leather, the box is in very good condition and shows the… (1179-587). Learn More »

CAVALRY CORPORAL 5-BUTTON FATIGUE BLOUSE

CAVALRY CORPORAL 5-BUTTON FATIGUE BLOUSE

This 5-button blouse has three 1883 style US general service eagle buttons, one Pennsylvania National Guard button, and one Civil War general service eagle button down the front, and two 1883 style… (1235-23). Learn More »

$325.00
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CIVIL WAR US NAVY LT. COMMANDER’S COAT AND BUCKLE OF ALEXANDER COLE RHIND - USS CONSTELLATION, USS CRUSADER, USS KEOKUK, FOUGHT CS BATTERIES AT DEEP BOTTOM, COMMANDED A “POWDER BOAT” AGAINST FT. FISHER, LATER REAR ADMIRAL

CIVIL WAR US NAVY LT. COMMANDER’S COAT AND BUCKLE OF ALEXANDER COLE RHIND - USS CONSTELLATION, USS CRUSADER, USS KEOKUK, FOUGHT CS BATTERIES AT DEEP BOTTOM, COMMANDED A “POWDER BOAT” AGAINST FT. FISHER, LATER REAR ADMIRAL

This is a very appealing regulation Civil War navy officer’s frock coat with interesting history. The coat is very dark blue, almost black, double-breasted with two rows of 9 US Navy officer’s… (1179-650). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX OF GEORGE WASHINGTON LITTON 29th VIRGINIA, CAPTURED AT DINWIDDIE COURTHOUSE/FIVE FORKS, DIED AS P.O.W. MAY 1865

CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE BOX OF GEORGE WASHINGTON LITTON 29th VIRGINIA, CAPTURED AT DINWIDDIE COURTHOUSE/FIVE FORKS, DIED AS P.O.W. MAY 1865

This Confederate-made cartridge box follows the general lines of the U.S. 1857 pattern, is clearly inscribed by the Confederate soldier, is in excellent condition, must have made a wonderful war… (1179-627). Learn More »

$3,500.00
ON HOLD

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

VERY RARE RICHMOND CLOTHING BUREAU / RICHMOND DEPOT ARTILLERY ENLISTED MAN’S CAP

VERY RARE RICHMOND CLOTHING BUREAU / RICHMOND DEPOT ARTILLERY ENLISTED MAN’S CAP

Formerly in the collections of the Texas Civil War Museum, this Confederate artilleryman’s cap is discussed and illustrated as Figures 052a-c in Fred Adophus’s excellent article: “The… (1179-409). Learn More »

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 »


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