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CIVIL WAR ERA BRASS TRUMPET FOR MOUNTED TROOPS

CIVIL WAR ERA BRASS TRUMPET FOR MOUNTED TROOPS

This is regulation style brass trumpet for mounted troops with a double loop to the tube, which is cylindrical and of relatively uniform diameter for most of its length. Both instruments had a… (490-3653). Learn More »

LARGE SECTION OF LOG WITH TWO EMBEDDED BULLETS, FROM LEE’S HEADQUARTERS AUCTION

LARGE SECTION OF LOG WITH TWO EMBEDDED BULLETS, FROM LEE’S HEADQUARTERS AUCTION

Large and heavy section of old oak tree. Measures approximately 9” x 7” x 21” with two bullets embedded deep into the wood. One of the lead missiles is three-groove minie ball. The other appears… (37-430). Learn More »

$2,750.00
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SALEM ZOUAVES OFFICER’S JACKET AND VEST

SALEM ZOUAVES OFFICER’S JACKET AND VEST

This very jacket and vest are pictured on page 70 of Don Troiani’s “Regiments and Uniforms of the Civil War.” They were originally purchased from the Ropes family of Salem, Mass., by Jim… (1179-273). Learn More »

1863 DATED WALKING STICK IDENTIFIED TO MARYLAND GOVERNOR AUGUSTUS W. BRADFORD

1863 DATED WALKING STICK IDENTIFIED TO MARYLAND GOVERNOR AUGUSTUS W. BRADFORD

Attractive wooden walking stick we believe to be made of ebony, with a gold knob at top. The walking stick meas. approx. 33.50 inches long. The bottom end is missing the finial but the top has a very… (766-1824). Learn More »

6th MICHIGAN CAVALRY ID’D CAPTAIN’S FATIGUE BLOUSE: CAPT. WILLIAM HYSER, MICHIGAN CAVALRY BRIGADE

6th MICHIGAN CAVALRY ID’D CAPTAIN’S FATIGUE BLOUSE: CAPT. WILLIAM HYSER, MICHIGAN CAVALRY BRIGADE

Formerly in the collections of the Texas Civil War Museum, this wonderful Civil War officer’s fatigue coat belonged to Captain William Hyser, who served twice as a Captain in the 6th Michigan… (1179-170). Learn More »

$15,000.00
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UNIFORM GROUP IDENTIFIED TO LIEUTENANT-COLONEL ADDISON W. PRESTON, 1ST VERMONT CAVALRY WHO TOOK PART IN FARNSWORTH’S CHARGE AT GETTYSBURG AND WAS LATER KILLED IN ACTION AT HAWE’S SHOP IN 1864

UNIFORM GROUP IDENTIFIED TO LIEUTENANT-COLONEL ADDISON W. PRESTON, 1ST VERMONT CAVALRY WHO TOOK PART IN FARNSWORTH’S CHARGE AT GETTYSBURG AND WAS LATER KILLED IN ACTION AT HAWE’S SHOP IN 1864

This group consists of several uniform pieces and an import Model 1860 officer’s cavalry saber, all in excellent condition and identified to Lieutenant Colonel A. W. Preston of the famous 1st… (1179-294). Learn More »

$29,500.00
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UNIFORM, LADDER BADGE AND MORE IDENTIFIED TO 3RD NEW HAMPSHIRE OFFICER BREVETED FOR BRAVERY IN BATTLE

UNIFORM, LADDER BADGE AND MORE IDENTIFIED TO 3RD NEW HAMPSHIRE OFFICER BREVETED FOR BRAVERY IN BATTLE

Charles Augustus White was born in West Deering, New Hampshire on September 19, 1836. In 1840 the family moved to East Antrim and then Manchester. In 1847 his mother died and the family was broken up.… (1179-268). Learn More »

VERY FINE VETERAN RESERVE CORPS JACKET ATTRIBUTED TO 9TH MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER WOUNDED AT SPOTSYLVANIA AND LATER SERVED IN COMPANY H, 13TH VETERAN RESERVE CORPS

VERY FINE VETERAN RESERVE CORPS JACKET ATTRIBUTED TO 9TH MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER WOUNDED AT SPOTSYLVANIA AND LATER SERVED IN COMPANY H, 13TH VETERAN RESERVE CORPS

Very fine original Veteran Reserve Corps jacket and Pattern 1858 smooth-side canteen with a verbal ID to Private Patrick Barry formerly of Company E, 9th Massachusetts Infantry wounded at Spotsylvania… (1179-177). Learn More »

STAMPED BRASS VIRGINIA BELT PLATE

STAMPED BRASS VIRGINIA BELT PLATE

Face of brass plate has the state seal of Virginia in great detail with a nice rich green patina. High areas still retain original gilt. Slight verdigris is present on some areas. Plate measures 2”… (215-16). Learn More »

PRESENTATION SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 PRESENTED TO MATTHEW WATERS OF THE 18th MAINE INFANTRY & BATTERY D OF THE 1st MAINE HEAVY ARTILLERY

PRESENTATION SMITH & WESSON MODEL 1 PRESENTED TO MATTHEW WATERS OF THE 18th MAINE INFANTRY & BATTERY D OF THE 1st MAINE HEAVY ARTILLERY

Here we have a killer Smith & Wesson Model 1 Second Issue. Although this seven-shot revolver has seen much use, it’s seen the trials and tribulations of a soldier in the defenses of Washington,… (490-2969). Learn More »

US MAKER & INSPECTOR MARKED PAIR OF MOUNTED TROUSERS

US MAKER & INSPECTOR MARKED PAIR OF MOUNTED TROUSERS

The trousers offered here are made of heavy sky-blue kersey wool. The seat and the insides of the legs have been re-enforced with another layer of material added for durability. On the waistband are… (1179-191). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABER BY FROELICH

CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SABER BY FROELICH

This is a very early and possibly unique Confederate cavalry saber, possibly even a cavalry officer’s saber, by Louis Froelich. It uses a crudely cast, heavy, thick guard, with the side branches… (870-614). Learn More »

BRITISH CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM WATERLOO

BRITISH CARTRIDGE BOX PLATE FROM WATERLOO

This British 1st Foot Guard's (Grenadiers) was found at the grounds of the farm of Hougoumont on the immortal battlefield of Waterloo fought June 18th, 1815. Here the British Guards held off the… (88-126). Learn More »

GREAT LOT OF ACCOUTREMENTS ID'D TO 11TH MASSACHUSETTS BATTERY SOLDIER

GREAT LOT OF ACCOUTREMENTS ID'D TO 11TH MASSACHUSETTS BATTERY SOLDIER

This group of items all came together with two wonderful old handwritten tags testifying to the fact that they all belonged to Private James W. Pierce of the 11th Massachusetts Battery. All the items… (1179-295). Learn More »

HALF-PLATE AMBROTYPE C.S. GENERAL JOHN B. FLOYD, LATE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA AND U.S. SECRETARY OF WAR, TAKEN AFTER THE BATTLE OF FORT DONELSON

HALF-PLATE AMBROTYPE C.S. GENERAL JOHN B. FLOYD, LATE GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA AND U.S. SECRETARY OF WAR, TAKEN AFTER THE BATTLE OF FORT DONELSON

There is no escaping a look of depression in the face of Confederate General John Buchanan Floyd in this photograph taken after his defeat at Fort Donelson, the subsequent evacuation of Nashville, and… (1138-1792). Learn More »

ALABAMA AVC BUCKLE FOUND AT ANTIETAM IN 1909!

ALABAMA AVC BUCKLE FOUND AT ANTIETAM IN 1909!

This very scarce Confederate AVC buckle comes with a signed and notarized 1992 affidavit from Leonard Alvin Lushbaugh that his father, Lester Lushbaugh, found the plate at Antietam as a boy of 11 in… (865-06). Learn More »

CDV OF 2ND LIEUTENANT CHARLES E. CROW, 4TH VA. (PURCELL) LIGHT ARTILLERY

CDV OF 2ND LIEUTENANT CHARLES E. CROW, 4TH VA. (PURCELL) LIGHT ARTILLERY

This is a very nice CDV photograph of Charles E. Crow in Confederate uniform. It appears to be a second-generation image; photo of an existing photo. Regardless, the picture is clear with good… (1138-988). Learn More »

MODEL 1840 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SWORD WITH PRESENTATION TO A CAPTAIN OF THE 5TH NEW YORK CAVALRY

MODEL 1840 CAVALRY OFFICER’S SWORD WITH PRESENTATION TO A CAPTAIN OF THE 5TH NEW YORK CAVALRY

This sword was presented to Captain Abram H. Krom by the men of Company G, 5th New York Cavalry on or about May 19, 1863. The blade is bright with light scattered surface pitting. The heaviest… (1186-03). Learn More »

$4,950.00
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EARLY 4-SCREW MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER MADE IN FALL 1861

EARLY 4-SCREW MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER MADE IN FALL 1861

This 1860 Colt Army revolver has matching serial number 14806 throughout, with the exception of the wedge, and the “BH” inspector cartouche of Benjamin Hannis who was assigned as inspector at the… (490-2984). Learn More »

SCARCE SPECIAL ORDER CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER BY ROBY, FOR HIS OWN CAVALRY TROOP: LT. JAMES A. DAVIS, LATE 2nd MASS, WIA ANTIETAM

SCARCE SPECIAL ORDER CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER BY ROBY, FOR HIS OWN CAVALRY TROOP: LT. JAMES A. DAVIS, LATE 2nd MASS, WIA ANTIETAM

We know of just three of these Roby cavalry officer’s sabers made for officers of the Spaulding Light Cavalry: one inscribed to E.S. Parkhurst, the troop’s 1st Lieutenant (Chelmsford Historical… (870-156). Learn More »

$5,850.00
Originally $6,500.00


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