Civil War Artifacts

5th Ohio Silver & Gold 12th Corps I.D. Pin – Listing 10 Battles!

“Abraham Lincoln” Style Dog Tag of William H. Herrington Co. H of the Hard Fought 5th Michigan Vols.

Non Excavated Confederate Staff Button… Acclaimed to be the Most Beautiful of all Confederate Staffs, this CS204A1 (Albert’s CS4) is also the Finest Example we have Owned

Rare West Virginia Broadside – “CAMP OF 5th VIRGINIA VOL. INFANTRY, U.S.A.” – “OUR CHAPLAIN”

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

   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

   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

   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