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SPECIALIZING IN ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR MEMORABILIA
Civil War Artifacts



Civil War Cavalry 2nd Lieutenant's Shoulder Straps with Beautiful Golden Yellow Velvet







Wonderful Pair of "Ohio Squirrel Hunter's" Discharge & Governor Tod's Letter







Rare Confederate Navy Button CS 60, Large Crossed Cannons with "CN" & Marked on Reverse "Courtney & Tennent/Charleston SC/Manton's Patent"








Silver I.D. Pin: Sergt. Lyman Wolcott 108th N.Y. Infantry - Enlisted on Aug. 6th, 1862 & just a month later his regiment suffered 150 causalities at the Battle of Antietam.  Lyman would go on to survive heavy loss at Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville & Gettysburg before being wounded at Bristoe Station







185th New York Volunteers - The Christian Soldier's League I.D. Disc/Medal - THE ONLY ONE WE HAVE EVER SEEN







Col. E. E. Ellsworth Training Manual, LIGHT INFANTRY DRILL, Arranged for the U.S. Zouaves






Rare & Colorful - Ellsworth Zouave Membership Certificate







Wonderful 11th Wisconsin Grouping of Colonel Charles L. Harris








S.C. Commission - Signed by Witherspoon, Col. 21st S.C. Militia & by Gov. Francis Pickens







Rare Buffalo Soldier Printed Orders - Broadside Style with Black Mourning Border - Announcing the Death of their Famous Leader Col. Van Vliet





New York Times Correspondent Writes upon Entering Richmond - He Uses a Confederate Bond to Write on!






Artist James Hope - Admission Ticket to his Masterpiece “Army of the Potomac”







12th Corps Badge with 90+% Original Red Paint






Attorney's Appointment to Practice Law in the "Independent" State of S.C., May 7th, 1861 - Great Looking Doc.







Broadside Issued by Massachusetts Governor Nathaniel P. Banks, for "A Day of Humiliation, Fasting, and Prayer" - Dec. 21st, 1860... THE DAY AFTER SOUTH CAROLINA HAS SECEDED FROM THE UNION!







Colorful 5th U.S. Cavalry Patriotic Sheet Music





Two Reunion Invitations: Washington Light Infantry (Charleston), 1888? & Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, San Francisco 1892