Sold! Civil War Temporary Wooden Grave Marker for a Soldier Killed in Action,Made in a Hurry ,and Replaced later with the Stone Head. It reads " George W. Scott, 1863".one of the rarest and most poignant of all Civil War artifacts. The marker was returned to the family when the body was brought home for burial. found in the area of Gettysburg PA. One of only a handful of existing specimens.
RM324 Late 19th century Maine Civil War Veteran’s Grand Army Republic Trade Sign , “ BRADBURY POST 15 G.A.R.” the sign is painted on one wide board, with applied molding, original white and black paint, sign by Artist.
RM201 Rare Civil War CONFEDERATE (Artillery) CANNON TOMPION, with very old string tag stating "CANNON Tompkin from the Gettysburg Battlefield".
RM335 19th century Childs size original painted Military Field Drum Snare drum made of stretched hide on one side and paper on the other.
RM603 Patriotic New York WWI (1914-1918) trench art camo painted helmet.
RM460 Historic Confederate captured and re-issued Model 1840 Ames 1851 dated Heavy Cavalry sword with Confederate brass mounted scabbard. The sword hilt was re-wrapped with copper wire (as most CS swords are) when CS scabbard was made to fit the sword. The scabbard is very strong with lap seam, original finish and beautiful brass hardware.
Historic Confederate captured and re-issued Model 1840 Heavy Cavalry sword with Confederate brass mounted scabbard. The sword was imported and a seldom-seen Model 1840 cavalry saber, also called a dragoon heavy cavalry saber, is a product of the Clemen & Jung Company of Solingen, Prussia.
RM 76 Civil War era pair of tin types sign ed on back of case James Clark Baltimore Maryland
RM77 Civil War M-1859 McClellen Cavlary Saddle A true Civil War Issue with rawhide seat
RM221 Mid 19th century Civil War Era very nice Family image, with small Boy holding the American Flag. In one of a kind gutta-purchase frame circa 1860
RM222 Civil Ware era image of Mother with Child in the original hard case. measurements: 3 " x 2 1/2"
Sold! RM299 Nice Civil War Spur, Model 1859, Federal enlisted,with a foliate adornment under the neak of spur. Found in a local Maryland Estate.
RM280 Confederate Richmond Spur with Beautiful Patina ! It's a super smooth mostly brown with hints of green, and a few areas of green verdigris that looks like ground action. just a beautiful spur