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           AMERICANA            

                    


          SPECIALIZING IN ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR MEMORABILIA        
Civil War Artifacts




Confederate Presentation Sword + the Greatest “Souvenir” Relic That You Can Imagine! – Confederate Col. John B. G. Kennedy 5th & 21st Louisiana Infantry







A Chance to Own the Most Beautiful I.D. Pin/Corps Badge from the Famous 5th New York Duryee Zouaves – David P. Davis with 6 Battles Listed!







One of the Rarest Civil War I.D. Badges in Our Collection – Black Soldier Benjamin George Hannan who Enlisted at Port Hudson May 19th, 1863 – WITH BATTLES + THE RAREST PIN HANGER







Wood POW Carvings from Andersonville Prison - Has Original Tag & From Famous Flayderman Collection







Corps Badge / I.D. Pin of Frederick Hibbard Co. A 2nd PA. R. C. (31st PA. Inf.) - Wounded at Mechanicsville







The Carved Andersonville Prison Cane of J. T. Brown, a Private in Company C of the 70th New York Infantry (1st Regt. Sickles' Excelsior Brigade)







   STOLEN 8/13    - 2nd Corps Badge/I.D. Pin of Herbert T. Scribner, 19th Maine Infantry – A Hard Fought Gettysburg Unit








Silver I.D. Pin – Ohio Soldier Leander E. Parsons – Style of Pin with Eagle at Top as seen in the Harper’s Weekly Classified Ads








16th Mass. I.D. Disc John H. Clemmons – Washington Style with Scarce Large Lettering







Silver I.D. Pin – 1st Lt. William Stone, Co. E 11th Rhode Island Volunteers







Rare Style 18th Corps Silver I.D. Pin - Lt. John Thayer Co. H, 8th Mass








   STOLEN 8/13   - Set of Civil War Original "Union Cards" - Playing Cards with National Emblems, Uniforms, etc.







    STOLEN 8/13     - Inscribed Silver Corps Badge & Ambrotype of Capt. William H. Seamans - 3rd Mass. Cavalry







1st New Hampshire Heavy Artillery Silver I.D. Pin with Crossed Cannons







   STOLEN 8/13     -  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







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






   STOLEN 8/13    - Col. E. E. Ellsworth Training Manual, LIGHT INFANTRY DRILL, Arranged for the U.S. Zouaves






Rare & Colorful - Ellsworth Zouave Membership Certificate








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







12th Corps Badge with 90+% Original Red Paint







Set of 4 “Souvenirs” from the Scrapbook of Edward O. Paull, Co. F 1st Mass. Infantry – SPECIAL ATTENTION TO ALL TREE LOVERS!







   STOLEN 8/13/17    - Attorney's Appointment to Practice Law in the "Independent" State of S.C., May 7th, 1861 - Great Looking Doc.







      STOLEN 8/13    - Two Reunion Invitations: Washington Light Infantry (Charleston), 1888? & Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, San Francisco 1892







    STOLEN 8/13    - The Finest Embroidered Officers Hat Insignia - From a Medical Officer Collection