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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 60166: outstanding ‘before & after’ Postmortem Daguerreotype group

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outstanding ‘before & after’ Postmortem Daguerreotype group Our photos will offer the best description of this lot except to advise that each daguerreotype retains its original seal and while the postmortem has some specs behind the glass (on the glass & not on the image) the three 6th plate daguerreotypes remain in pleasing, all original and as found condition. Emanating from a Maine estate where they had been maintained together the two of the gentleman are easily recognizable as one and the same. The accompanying lady bears an identification as Mary Hanson Verrill. Good fodder for some researcher, this group of three daguerreotypes is deserving of staying together. Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!
 

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nice! – CONFEDERATE CEDAR CANTEEN Offred here untouched and as found, this classic iron bound cedar canteen will likely be best described by our photo illustrations except to provide dimensions (6 7/8 inches outside diameter X 2 5/8 inches thick) and offer that the canteen has good evidence of age and originality with some stave shrinkage, clear sign of period use and a pleasing as found surface patina. All set off by retention of its original turned wood spout with a fragment of period herringbone cotton strap still holding its iron suspender type buckle as has been so well documented by Civil War site diggers. This desirable old classic remains tight and sound just as it was set aside decades ago and will fit nicely in and Civil War canteen collection going especially well it a nice Confederate grouping. Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!
 

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earlier to mid 19th century ladies Fur Gloves & Muff A wonderful companion piece to lay in with earlier to mid 1800s antique ladies collectables, this beautiful vintage fur muff and gloves grouping show good age and originality yet remain in excellent eye appealing condition. Clearly crafted as a matched set, the hand stitching and decorative lining remains solid and in pleasing condition. Buy with confidence! All direct sales are backed by no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased ! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item is being returned per these previsions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!


 

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earlier to mid 1800s tinned sheet-iron OIL LAMP Standing approximately 6 ½ inches high this wonderful old country tinsmith fashioned oil lamp remains in pure as found condition with lots of pleasing evidence of age and period use but with no damage or other condition issues. This attractive old lamp retains its original tin tube wick. This attractive old lighting device will set nicely just out on a counter, writing desk or shelf or, for the early American lighting collector, will offer a difficult to find original example of the type. Buy with confidence! All direct sales are backed by no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased ! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item is being returned per these previsions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !


 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5774: Dr. Francis Lord’s own - Civil War LETTER & NUMBER DEVICE DISPLAY

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Dr. Francis Lord’s own - Civil War LETTER & NUMBER DEVICE DISPLAY Dr. Francis Lord’s Civil War show 19 X 22 ¾ inch letter and number display board is offered here untouched just as the pioneer Civil War collector and author created it. The display offers 100 original Civil War period letters and numbers organized in sets according to size and style then wired (a few are glued) to a sheet of heavy art board and backed with a second art board sheet. Please note: We hope this piece will remain intact as a collection and have priced it at much less than half the going retail total of its individual parts hoping that will encourage purchase by an appreciative collector.

A breakdown of the display with approximate size is as follows, sizes starting at the top by row:

7- 1 7/16 inch LETTERS ; 4- 1 3/8, 1- 1 5/8, 1-2, 1 2/4 inch NUMBERS; 8 – 1 1/16 inch LETTERS; 9 – 1 inch NUMBERS; 8 -1 inch LETTERS; 7- 1 inch LETTERS; 13 – ¾ inch NUMBERS; 13 – ¾ inch LETTERS; 7- ¾ inch LETTERS; 10- ½ inch NUMBERS; 12-1/2 inch LETTERS



Of interest to the collector and preserved in our accompanying letter will be the fact that we acquired this piece several years ago when we were fortunate enough to purchase several groupings from the personal collection of our longtime friend, Dr. Francis Lord. A pioneer Civil War collector from a day when nearly no one else paid much attention to the details of many now valued Civil War collectable categories, Francis authored the widely known, multi volume reference, Lord’s CIVIL WAR COLLECTORS ENCYCLOPEDIA. While a lot of detailed knowledge has been gained as the interest and value of Civil War collectibles increased so dramatically over the years, Dr. Lord’s first and second volumes in particular and his Civil War Sutlers & Their Wares continue to offer valuable and reliable reference to Civil War collectors. (Use Lord in our search feature to find any other Lord collection items.) Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!


 

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Civil War Major General Franklin CDV A nice E. & H. T. Anthony, Matthew Brady backmarked albumen photograph of General William B. Franklin, who was considered one of the most gifted of his military counterparts graduating first in his U. S. Military Academy class at West Point in 1843. Franklin won a brevet for gallantry in the Mexican War at Buena Vista and as an Army engineer would later be placed in charge of the construction of the new Capitol dome in Washington the erection of the Treasury and Post Office buildings. He commanded a brigade at the 1st Battle of Bull Run, and led a division, and subsequently the 6th Corps, with distinction during the Peninsular Campaign. During the Maryland campaign, he commanded the forces which penetrated Crampton's Gap at South Mountain, and his corps at Antietam. At the battle of Fredericksburg, he commanded the ‘Left Grand Division’. He later commanded the 19th Corps in the expedition to Sabine Pass and in the ill fated Red River campaign in which he was wounded. During his leave,
And while still an invalid, he was captured by Confederate raiders while riding on a train of the Baltimore & Philadelphia road, but made his escape the same night. He was given the Brevet rank of Brigadier General, June 30, 1862, for gallant and meritorious service in the battles before Richmond, and Brevet Major General U. S. Army March 13, 1865 for gallant and meritorious services in the field during the war.

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S C marked - Civil War import Austrian Cavalry Pistol This scarce import Austrian horse pistol has a 10 3/8 inch .665 smooth bore barrel with a period arsenal conversion from the European tubelock system to standard American percussion. The Model1851 pistol was not equipped with a ramrod channel or ramrod as, in use by Austrian Dragoons, the rammer was carried separately. In line with intended mounted use and carrying, the pistol’s design offers the unusual feature of attached sling swivels. The barrel and lock face do not show arsenal markings with the exception of reversed initials on the back side of the lock (see photo). Requiring some additional research and of potential significance to the Confederate collector will be the small SC (South Carolina ?) one piece stamp on the opposite side of the lock. This offering remains in pleasing condition with good evidence of contemporary use and carrying to include a clearly period crack repair to the wood adjacent to the barrel just forward of the lock. Despite good evidence of at least a small number of these Austrian conversion having found their way into the American Civil War, existing examples of such have been extremely elusive and are seldom found even in the older, advanced collections. A complete example has been preserved in the Smithsonian Institution collection as a specimen from Civil War purchases. (see:Civil War Guns by Wm. Bennett Edwards) Additionally a relic lock is known to exist having been recovered in 1924 at the Pea Ridge battlefield in Arkansas. Acquired some time ago and set aside per our personal fascination with the myriad of Civil War imports, this is the only example of such we have owned, in our fifty plus years of active search for such treasures.
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A note about firearms: WE EMPHASIZE HERE THAT THIS PIECE IS CONSIDERED AN ANTIQUE / COLLECTABLE. IT IS OFFERED AS A HISTORICAL COLLECTABLE ONLY AND IS NOT TO BE CONSIDERED FIREABLE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. PURCHASE OF THIS ITEM WILL CONSTITUTE A FULL UNDERSTANDING OF AND AGREEMENT WITH THE ABOVE.


 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5828: handcrafted antique - DICE CUP & BONE DICE

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handcrafted antique - DICE CUP & BONE DICE At first glance not a big deal but if you appreciate Civil War personal items or period gaming and gambling primitives, this old hand crafted dice cup with period hand cut bone dice will be especially appreciated. This well-worn old cup was fashioned from a single piece of hardwood drilled out leaving the telltale marking of a hand brace and auger. The sides were them shaved to finish of the thin walled game cup. The uneven lip with a rich natural gloss to the outside surface offer good evidence of age with lots of period use and handling. The old bone dice housed in the cup (illustrated here with a quarter for size comparison) are clearly the product of a make-do effort, hand cut and crudely formed from bone. Like the cup they offer unquestionable evidence of age and period handling. A worthy addition to any early American gaming or personal item grouping, this cup and dice set will fit especially well set in with American gold rush items or relics of the American West as well as the Civil War. Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! :


 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 6073: mid to late 1800s - TRAVELING CANDLE HOLDER

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mid to late 1800s - TRAVELING CANDLE HOLDER Must commonly referred to by Civil War and period lighting collectors as donut candle holders, this unusual variation of the more common all brass variety is constructed with a protective tinned sheet iron outer shell over a spun copper insert. Measuring 4 1/8 inches in diameter, this attractive period candle holder offers good evidence age and originality with period use and carrying yet remains in pleasing condition with good eye appeal. A scarce variant for the period lighting collector. Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!
 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5834: Civil War veteran – G. A. R. DERBY

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Civil War veteran – G. A. R. DERBY Offered here just as it came out of attic storage, this attractive GAR derby hat is minus its sweat band and offers good evidence of age, originality and period use yet remains in nice condition and pleasing to the eye. A good honest example of a popular style familiar to all who enjoy browsing photos of the aging Civil War veterans as they gathered together in Grand Army of the Republic halls and outings. A nice display item at a reasonable price. Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! :
 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 60170: Rare! early Civil War service CDV – Gen. John Grant Mitchell as Capt. 3rd Ohio Infantry

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Rare! early Civil War service CDV – Gen. John Grant Mitchell as Capt. 3rd Ohio Infantry This rare early service CDV offers the signed portrait of Ohio’s John Grant Mitchell as Captain, 3rd Ohio Infantry. (See our illustration for a signature comparison example.) Twenty-two years old and minus the heavy full beard sported later as a full General, Columbus, Ohio resident John Grant Michell entered the military on August 1, 1861 as 1st Lt. 3rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Promoted Captain on December 31, 1861, Mitchell was sent into Ohio on recruiting service in the summer of 1862. It would have been in this period, prior to promotion and commission as Lt. Col. of the 113th Ohio infantry that the young Captain would have had this image captured by photographer Michael Witt. ( Coinciding with the photo back mark, Witt is listed in Civil War years Columbus, Ohio Directories as doing business at 81 S. High Street in Mitchell’s home city of Columbus. )
John G. Mitchell would serve under Generals. John Beatty, W. S. Rosecrans, and Ormsby M. Mitchel. A Colonel at Chickamauga, he was a prominent part of General George H. Thomas' heroic defense, would take part in the Atlanta Campaign and was present at the surrender of CSA Gen. Joseph E. Johnston in North Carolina. On January 12, 1865. Mitchell became one of the youngest full generals of the Volunteer Services when appointed Brigadier General, US Volunteers. (One may well surmise that the more popularly known heavy full beard was a choice intended to offer maturity.) On March 13, 1865 and was brevetted Major General before resigning on July 3, 1865. He practiced law in Columbus, where he died in 1894 at the age of 56.
Some age foxing with a period ink signature that, while somewhat fragmented, compares well with known period examples. Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!


 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 4197: rare Civil War excavated Officers Rosette

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rare Civil War excavated Officers Rosette Our photos will likely do best to describe this piece except to advise that it emanated from an old and established collection as a Brandy Station excavation find. Stanley Philips has left us with just such an example in his classic reference Excavated Artifacts from Battlefields & Campsites of the Civil War) where he identifies the eagle rosette as Confederate. Charles Harris, in his Civil War Relics of Western Campaigns 1861- 1865 offers an example of another, excavated at the site of a Confederate camp at Boonville, Mississippi. He refers to the antique rosette as of pre-Civil War origin. A rare piece, in our opinion, likely of prewar origin but clearly of Confederate association. This example and the two published references referred to are the only three we have encountered. As with all direct sales, we are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with refund of the purchase price upon return as purchased! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !

 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5953: Union & Clasped Hands - PATRIOTIC WHISKEY FLASK

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Union & Clasped Hands - PATRIOTIC WHISKEY FLASK This attractive light aqua hand blown whiskey bottle stands approximately 9 1/4 inches and sports a patriotic motif of clasped hands over UNION on one face with EAGLE & BANNER on the other. The calabash style flask sports a classic iron pontil which retains a good portion of its original graphite residue. Topped by an applied double collar mouth this period flask saw considerable popularity in the Civil War era. All original and period with no chips, cracks or condition issues this colorful patriotic flask will set well in any period grouping. Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item will be returned per these provisions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!


 

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Contemporary Historical Sketch – by a soldier of Co. A 1st N. H. Heavy Beat up with loose and missing pages but complete in so far as the ten pages presenting Corporal Hevekiah E. Hadlock’s fascinating A Sketch of Co. A 1st N. H. H. A.. The historic period brown ink sketch begins in the spring of 1863 with the authorization of Charles H. Lang (earlier Lt. Col 17th N. H. Vols.) to raise an independent company of Heavy Artillery for the garrisoning of Fort Constitution, Portsmouth Harbor. Hadlock offers an interesting inside account of life and military duty at Ft. Constitution from the earliest days of the outfit when it consisted of merely forty enlisted men and the time in July when the draft was ordered resulting in the Company quickly filling its manning to the required one-hundred-forty enlisted. The author states as most everyone supposed that our company would not leave the state and fearing the draft the recruits then came in in droves. Corporal Hadlock describes early life at Ft. Constitution as passing pleasantly along and the boys had a very easy time, fishing, catching lobsters &c was the general amusement while not on duty. When winter came though such leisure was replaced with the unloading of coal, wood and commissary stores from schooners. As the snow came on parties were detailed for shoveling snow and keeping the Fort and yard clear. . In the last days of April 1864 things would change for the New Hampshire natives relegated to the protection of Portsmouth Harbor. Relieved of duty here by State Militia the Co. was ordered to Washington. Corp. Hadlock leaves us with details of Battery assignments at Ft. Slocum then movement up the Potomac for assignment about three quarters of a mile from Georgetown overlooking the City. Despite his description of this place as pleasantly situated Hadlock tells the reader that the weather at this time was extremely hot and large details were made out each day for cutting trees and brush which caused a general growling throughout the camp. It was about July 8th, that Hadlock’s group was moved to Fort Bauard, a timber and earthwork fort constructed northwest of Tenleytown in the District of Columbia. It was at this place that the New Hampshire Corporal pens the meat of his record as he offers the reader a common soldiers view of the Union defeat of Confederate forces in their July 1864 assault on the Capital City . Here we will offer Corporal Handcock’s own words as he writes: about this time they was expecting the Johnies up to make them a call and they was not disappointed on the 10th of July in the afternoon Gen Early made his appearance on the Rockville Turnpike with about thirty thousand men, this caused great excitement for we had a mere handful of men and the most of those were green militia being one hundred days men from Ohio and the prospect of saving Washington was rather slim but they made no attack that night but the next morning the 11th they began quite a smart skirmish in front , our Fort Bayard and the Rebels gained a quite a commanding piece of ground in front of our Fort and placed a light Battery but they did not have any effect on the fort and for some reason unknown to us did not seem anxious to approach any nearer but held their grounds against our line all that day and night. The morning of the 12 commenced with a very smart skirmish the whole length of the line but about noon the Rebels fell back some distance and as our army was small and fearing that they was up to some trap we did not follow them and it was well that we did not for the next day about noon they were seen returning with reinforcements the Rebel Gen Breckenridge had come up with 40,000 more men making 70,000 in all. Washington was then seemingly in their hands and the long coveted prize was then secured. It is here that our writer offers a bit of political insight as he comments on feelings toward the former Vice President of the United States turned Confederate General. Breckenridge was again to have the chance to press the hands of his Copperhead friends that had wished so much to see him and that has elected him Vice President. On came this gallant band eager to clasp their serpent like fangs into and destroy that starry banner that had protected them in their infancy and just as they were ready to send up their shouts of victory they met with a banner that struck a panic to their whole army. Here Corporal Hadlock sets down his personal exuberance for the turning of the Confederate onslaught the roll of his Corps in accomplishing that. For the sixth corps was there,says he! The most dreaded by Breckenridge of any corps in the Union army but the engagement was a hard one for they had much the larger numbers but nevertheless at ten o'clock they were driven back from the lines with a great loss of men, on the morning of the 14th not a living rebel was to be seen and the sixth corps was on their track for Rockville. After this action Hadlock continues to record the movements of his unit to include promotion of its officers until their return to Fort Constitution and the defense of Portsmouth Harbor on the 30th day of November 1864. A nice item for the New Hampshire collector, this all original and complete soldiers folio will come with a 1987 letter on the letterhead and in the hand of Francis Lord as he responds to a research inquiry on Corporal Hadlock account to include Dr. Lord’s notations on the Corporal’s military record. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!!




 

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c. late 1830s / early 1860s Red – White & Blue CAMPHENE PARADE LANTERN Mounted on its musket shaped oak parade staff and remaining in outstanding original condition, this wonderful old parade lantern retains its original camphene burner with patriotic red, white and blue glass panels. (With its frost etched glass panel, this offering mirrors the design and color configuration of a Lincoln / Hamlin red, white and blue parade lantern documented in the Smithsonian National Museum collection.) Retaining its original burner still fitted with the telltale extra length small diameter, tapered brass burner tubes specifically designed to handle the clean burning and especially bright but volatile camphene fuel. Popular in the 1850s with the use of camphene (a mixture of turpentine and alcohol) as a lighting fuel waning in the early 1860s, this lantern easily dated in the Civil War period. Measuring approximately 4 feet, 9 inches in overall length mounted on its oak musket staff, the 5 inch square sheet iron lantern body measures about 11 ¼ inches in height from base to the top of its brass chimney cap. An outstanding piece of Civil War vintage patriotic / political Americana, this rare parade lantern will be of special interest to the Lincoln and Wide Awake enthusiasts as well as Civil War historians.
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