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9th Infantry Corps Badge

Anchor and cannon logo cast in brass in the shape of a shield, with red, white and blue ribbon. Superb and untouched $250

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Carroll's Brigade - 6th Army Corps Pin

Gold three-leaf clover pin presented for their famous attack during the Battle of Gettysburg $650

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9th Infantry Corps Badge

Anchor and cannon logo cast in brass in the shape of a shield, with red, white and blue ribbon. Superb and untouched $250

Lot 2234

Carroll's Brigade - 6th Army Corps Pin

Gold three-leaf clover pin presented for their famous attack during the Battle of Gettysburg $650

Massachusetts Militia

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8th Massachusetts Militia

Minute Men of 61, Co F, 8th Massachusetts Volunteer Militia enameled badge has worn red, white and blue ribbon $650

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Massachusetts Militia

6th Corps Gold Badge With Red Enamel

A superb 6th Corps badge with remarkable red enamel. Note that the pin back is still present $650

Lot 2237

New Bedford Militia US Army ID Badge

New Bedford Militia. This US Army ID badge (dog tag) of Craig R. Hurlbut, Co. F, 3rd Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Militia has three Battle Honors on verso - Kingston NC, White Hall and Goldsboro $150

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Third Army Corps Badge

The Third Army Corps Badge 18ct gold badge was made by Tiffany and worn by Colonel Madison M. Cannon, Company G, 40th New York Infantry. It is accompanied by photographs, including one of him in uniform wearing this very badge. Also included are his wedding pictures in both albumen and tintype. A remarkable and very beautiful corps badge, fully documented, from this hard fighting officer whose regiment lost 420 men during 3 years. Known as the Mozart Regiment, they were recruited in New York City and fought in all the battles against Lee's Army of Northern Virginia - including the surrender at Appomattox. This badge was designed in September 1863. All officers of the old Third Corps joined the organization to take care of each other's families should they fall in battle $7,500

Lot 2239

West Point USMA "Centennial Badge"

A remarkable Military Academy badge commemorating the 100th Anniversary of West Point. This badge is beautifully cast in bronze with the ancient Greek Corinthian helmet logo. Mint and untouched $450

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Lot 2240

Richmond "CS - 1862" .58 cal Musket with a Harpers Ferry US Arsenal stock

An excellent Confederate musket made of both Confederate and prewar US parts from the captured US Arsenal at Harper's Ferry, VA. The Confederate gunsmiths at the Richmond Arsenal converted these stocks to fit their Confederate locks, even used some of the barrel bands in conjunction with their own, what ever it took to get these musket's in the hands of Lee's soldiers. The lock plate is clearly marked "C.S. Richmond, VA and dated 1862", the wood is excellent as is the overall condition, and has a brown russet shoulder sling. This is the gun that fought the war and has an interesting history of manufacture $8,900

Confederate Soldiers BadgesArmy Northern Virginia Holster

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Confederate Field Waist Belt With Cap Pocket And Holster - Richmond, VA

This Confederate Officer's belt rig is the only example in private hands made by the Richmond Hormen Shop in Clarksville. In a letter from Major Dinwrinkler to Captain Pride in Clarksville, Dinwrinkler instructs Pride to make belts from floor scraps, because of the shortage of material in the Confederate Arsenals. An identical belt is in the Museum of the Confederacy's collection. The belt is 46 inches long and 1 1/2 inches wide, with a "D" buckle made of pot metal then painted mustard yellow, and the leather is an oil finish brown, typical of Confederate leather. The Holster would hold a .36 caliber pistol and the Cap Pocket, also Confederate made, is made of Goat skin (an identical Cap Pocket is on display at the Atlanta Historical Society.) A rare end of the war Confederate Officer's belt set $5,700

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2nd Model Maynard Carbine .50 cal serial #10032 with saddle ring

About 20,000 of these 2nd Model's were produced from 1863 - 65. This carbine is in fine condition, with two distinctive military cartouches stamped into the stock wrist. The serial number suggests possible issue in late 1863 or early 1864, which was known as the year of "attrition". The Maynard was highly regarded as a fine carbine and easy to load, it was used by the 11th Indiana, 5th & 7th Kansas, 10th Tennessee and the 1st Wisconsin. A fine carbine, with an even patina throughout $1,450

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Lot 2243

Spencer Rifle Carried By Jacob Neff, 6th Ohio Sharpshooters, General Thomas' Body Guard

This Spencer Rifle serial #2240 was issued to Private Jacob Neff, 6th Ohio Independent Sharp Shooters. A hard fighting unit, they fought in all the Battles in Tennessee including Nashville, Missionary Ridge and the bloody Battle of Chickamauga where these Sharp Shooters played an important role in saving the Union Army. This was the primary repeating rifle of the Civil War with a 30-inch barrel and .52 caliber. It was purchased by Neff from the government at the end of the war as per National Archives muster roll. Also, accompanied by archive copies of the original order issuing this rifle to him in 1863

1863 Spencer Repeating Carbine Rifle
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Sharp's Carbine

This Sharp's Carbine Model 1859 in 40 caliber, and with all brass mounts has the military inspector's cartouche on the left wrist of the stock. A favorite of cavalrymen of both the Union and Confederacy during the Civil War. A fine model 1859 $5,250

Spencer Carbine Inscribed James Harper, Co. D, 1st New York Cavalry

Spencer Carbine serial #58300 in .52 caliber is identified to have belonged to James Harper of the 1st New York Mounted Rifles. The stock of this US Army issue gun is beautifully engraved with his name in script lettering. This type of carbine was widely used in the west after the Civil War. Harper swapped his gun with his fellow cavalry trooper, William Day, who brought it home from Texas at war's end. The 1st NY Cavalry lost 159 men and led an active roll in the siege and battles of Petersburg and the Confederate Capitol of Richmond, VA. Superb and a museum showpiece $6,500

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10th Alabama Artillery - Confederate Used Model 1861 Springfield Rifle Musket

Historically marked on the left side of the butt stock "ALA. X A BTY" being the 10th Alabama Confederate Artillery Battery Company A. The artilleryman's initials, "JSL," carved in left side of the stock near the lock plate are of John F. Leeper, a Confederate artilleryman who fought at Gettysburg $4,800

Dug LockplateMounted Rifles Tintype
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General J.E.B. Stuart's Courier's - Butternut Enlisted Man's Uniform and Haversack

Private Gallaher was the personal courier to General J.E.B. Stuart. His butternut Confederate Army issue shell jacket was worn while a courier at the General's headquarters and on the battlefield. It is one of the few Confederate identified Courier Uniforms known to exist. Communication was of major importance between the Confederate Commanders both before and during the battle. The trust instilled into young Gallaher by his hard fighting commander must have been tremendous and well earned. Private Gallaher lived through the war, although Stuart was killed by a sniper's bullet in 1864. Accompanied by his service records, as well as a Les Jenson Letter of Authenticity. Ex: William A Turner Collection $75,000

Confederate Cap Box

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Confederate Cap Box

Confederate Cap Box captured at "Culp's Hill - Gettysburg." This box was made of brown leather with lead finial and was found on the battlefield by a Gettysburg resident. He painted '"Culp's Hill" on it similar to painted canteens of the period. From the Wm. Turner collection and a showpiece $7,200

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Alabama Gun Powder Keg

Alabama Gun Powder Keg is stamped on top "1860 - GDS." Stenciled in black ink on the front of the keg is "AUBURN, ALA." A rare Confederate used powder keg $2,200

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5th Virginia Tintype
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Kentucky Confederate "State Guard's" Uniform, Belt And Cartridge Box Of Private B. Coleman

As rare as any Confederate regulation uniform, this Kentucky State Militia frock coat was discovered at a plantation outside of Louisville, KY called

"El Nido." The owner had previously served in the 5th Virginia Infantry (Stonewall Brigade) and the Coleman family owned the Louisville Rolling Mill nearby. An exquisite cadet gray, single breasted frock coat with large gutta percha buttons on the front (each marked N. R. Co/Goodyear), cuff buttons and tail pockets. It has blue "Infantry" trim and high standing collar, and the name Barry Coleman is written in ink inside the sleeve. The Kentucky State Guard was formed during the early days of secession by CSA General S.B. Buckner and was, in fact, the most well organized of all the southern states militias.

Accompanying this uniform are copy-print photographs of their camp near Louisville where they are wearing similar uniforms to this. Less than a dozen of these types of Southern militia uniforms are known to exist. They are far rarer than conventional Confederate uniforms $32,500

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J.E.B. Stuart's Sword Hanger, His Signed Letter and His Patent Document Kansas Territory 1860

US Army Lieutenant J.E.B. Stuart received a patent in 1859 for a Cavalry sword hanger that he designed. In an effort to secure a contract for his invention, he wrote from Fort Riley, Kansas Territory on January 25, 1860 to his friend Colonel Sam McCamant in Richmond, Virginia; asking him to intercede for him with the chairman of the Committee of Legislature of Virginia to purchase 500 copies of his design. The entire letter is written and signed in Stuart's hand. This is a truly remarkable and historic document. Very few of Stuart's letters are available to the public and this one is truly unique! It measures 16 1/4" x 10 1/2." The circular bears a watermark and Stuart's name is also written on the outside of the document as "Lieut. Stuart / U.S.A." At one time, scotch tape had been applied to protect the document from separating but the document is intact save the darkening from the tape $19,500

1841 Six Pounder
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6-Pounder Field Gun Model 1841- And Original Limber Modified And Used By The Confederate Army

This Big Gun's history could fill a book! This type of cannon with its amazing condition and history - just does not exist, even in US Army or in Museum collections. We have never seen anything like this gun and its limber, which totals 26 feet long, as most are weathered from being stored outdoors, or dug and then painted. This gun has always being cared for and has its original, soft bronze patina. The Limber is crudely hand carved with cast iron blacksmith brackets and tongue for a team of 4 horses. The ammunition caisson would have held 50 cannon rounds and 75 friction primers and is completely intact with shelves that have collapsed over time - yet untouched. The State of North Carolina markings on the check pieces are of the utmost historical importance and clearly stamped N.C. 1862. The carriage has an Atlanta Arsenal belt plate hammered into the drag; and the carriage itself has been painted Confederate gray. With field modifications by the North Carolina troops, it has chocks to accept a 12 pdr or the 6 pdr cannon tube. Only one Confederate 6 lb was at the Battle of Gettysburg with the North Carolina troops. Made at the famed Springfield Armory in Massachusetts, this gun had a range of 500 yards and was widely used by State Militias (North Carolina) before the war. It is listed in the National Register of cannons as private ownership in Raleigh, North Carolina $125,000

1841 Cannon CarriageLatham Battery Pounder

Only one Six-Pounder was at the Battle of Gettysburg, Latham's Battery, Longstreet I Corps, Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. This cannon marked N.C. 1862 may have been there. Mint condition.

6-Pounder Field Gun Model 1841 with original limber. This was the work horse of the US Army/Confederate Army. In original configuration and original soft bronze patina, it carries both US, CSA and North Carolina state markings.

Sharpshooter Kepi

Confederate Medical Steward's Kepi

Confederate medical steward's kepi has two-inch tall black band, cadet grey crown and Eagle R buttons on either side of the visor. Most of chin strap is missing. It has a black enameled card stock crown with checkerboard lining. The wearer's initials were carved into the visor $7,500

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Confederate Antietam Belt Set

Confederate Antietam belt set made of tarred linen cut from a rubberized gum blanket has a 3-inch wide belt with pig-skin cartridge box for a .58 caliber mini cartridge, a black leather cap box with US inspector markings, a bayonet scabbard, an upside-down "US" brass buckle made by W. Smith and a crimson red sash. A documented example of a US buckle mounted upside down has been seen in photographs, but is rarely encountered. This set is accompanied by provenance from Oliver Reilly's museum tag. Just like it was in 1862 $4,500

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Confederate Surgeon Kepi
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Confederate Regulation Medical Officer's Kepi

This kepi was used by CSA Surgeon James W. Claiborne, 12th Virginia Infantry. There are "star" buttons on the chin strap and a brown calico lining with a fancy, one-inch wide band of bright gold quatrefoil and a two-inch wide black medical band with a dark blue crown. Accompanied by a Les Jensen Letter of Authenticity stating that less than six of these are known to exist, and that it was possibly made in Petersburg, VA by the same tailor who made a Confederate officer's frock coat in Petersburg having the exact same lining as this kepi does and is included! $32,500

Confederate Officers Slouch Hat
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J.E.B. Stuart's Cavalry Slouch Hat

J.E.B. Stuart's Cavalry slouch hat with a sabre slash was worn by B. B. Ranson, Co. B, 12th Virginia Cavalry (J.E.B. Stuart's Cavalry) when he was sabred June 9, 1863 in the Battle of Brandy Station. It is accompanied by the original Remsburg Museum display card. This hat is in charcoal gray, with faded yellow edge trim and black silk hat band. The large sabre cut to the crown has blood stains to the interior lining. From John Graham collection $12,500

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Confederate Officer's Slouch Hat

Confederate Officer's slouch hat has a very large, plantation-style brim with homespun blue infantry hat cords. The faded gold silk hat band and edge trim are in good condition, as is the brown russet leather sweat band $9,500

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Confederate Nuckolls Alabama Contract Cedar Canteen

This Confederate Nuckolls Alabama Contract cedar canteen with its blue cloth strap and carved "bone" button has a tall copper spout and square head rivet's around the edge. The only one existing still in its original configuration $4,800

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  • danait
    How to make a confederate kepi?
    12 months ago

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