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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 6096: c. late 1830s / early 1860s Red – White & Blue CAMPHENE PARADE LANTERN

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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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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5995: Rare! Civil War Production Ames - General Staff & Staff Corps grade – Mod.1860 Staff Sword

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Rare! Civil War Production Ames - General Staff & Staff Corps grade – Mod.1860 Staff Sword An outstanding example of a very scares Civil War sword, this quality, all original war time Ames Mod. 1860 General Staff and Staff Corps grade sword will please the most discriminating collector. Offering good evidence of age, originality and light period use, yet remaining in exceptional condition, this impressive sword exhibits all of the distinctive Civil War characteristics that set it apart from later commonly seen models: elliptical blade, functional folding counterguard; plain browned (not nickeled) scabbard, plain scabbard drag and eye catching exceptional quality, high-relief cast and chased hilt. The ray skin grip and wire remain in fine all original condition and the folding counter guard exhibits early, plain features and is locked in place by a spring-loaded button which still functions perfectly. All this and with strong blade etching of early quality, this Mod. 1860 exists as one of the rarest of Civil War swords. ( As demonstrated by the illustrative use of a post-Civil War version by Harold Peterson in his classic reference The American Sword 1775 – 1945.) Established by War Dept. General Order #21 on August 28, 1860, the Mod. 1860 S & F sword was prescribed for optional wearbuy General Staff and Staff Corps grade officers. (Optional being the operative word here and likely why the unpopular early issue Mod. 1860 Staff grade sword was produced in limited numbers.) On June 11, 1861 Ames received the first order from the Ordinance Department for the new Mod. 1860 General Officers sword. While the initial order was for 300 swords it was cancelled May 24, 1862 with only 55 swords having been completed and delivered. Ordinance Departments records show that Ames ultimately delivered only 249 swords of this model the last delivery dated July 27, 1865 was for 24 swords. While records indicate that contract arms were to be U. S. marked with date and inspector initials no so marked examples could be documented by the author who classified existence of marked Mod. 1860 S & F swords as speculative (see: Ron Hickox: Collectors Guide to Ames U. S. Contract Military Edged Weapons) While the long use of the Mod. 1860 S & F, (made mandatory for all officers except Medical, Pay Department and mounted officers in 1872) and popularly utilized general design features have made the type a most commonly encountered type, the rarely seen early Civil War sword of this model is coveted by knowledgeable collector / historians and is most easily distinguishable from the later example by the configuration of its straight blade which is elliptical in cross section () while the later version is diamond shaped <> in cross section. With all this said, our photo illustrations will provide the best physical description of this exceptional Civil War Mod. 1860 General Staff and Staff Corps grade sword. 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 3648: 1862 dated Coal Traders Association CANDLE STICKS

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1862 dated Coal Traders Association CANDLE STICKS This wonderful pair of inscribed bronze candlesticks stand 14 inches high and remain in excellent original condition with a soft age patina. Each 5 3/8 inch square base is boldly script engraved The Independent Coal Traders Friendly Society / ESTbd. - 31st - JANy. – 1862 . A neat pair for the Civil War era lighting collector, early trade association enthusiast or just to sit out as a nice decorative set. (Some would sell one to recover most of their cost and keep the other but the thought of that would keep us up nights.) 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.


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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 6081: 1864 Dated – SCHOOLGIRL  SAMPLER

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1864 Dated – SCHOOLGIRL SAMPLER Still housed in its poplar wood backed period frame this 11 ¾ X 13 9 1/6 sampler was stitched by nine year old Emma Andrew in 1864. Remaining in pleasing condition while showing convincing age and originality, our photo illustrations will speak best for condition and eye appeal. Carefully stitched with the alphabet in upper and lower case, and a set of numerals 0 through 9, Emma documented her work with her name and Age 9 years – 1864 – Ketton School. Found in New Hampshire, a rudimentary search offered a U. S. Census record of Emma listed as Emma Jane Andrew born about 1853 in Sutton, New Hampshire to George and Mary Andrew. It appears that Emma remained in New Hampshire all her life passing away at New London, N. H. in 1929. Her needlework sampler remains as a staple of mid 1800s America as while boys (with parents of some means and priority) were taught the three Rs, their sisters might be tutored in the barest rudiments of reading and arithmetic while the focus of their education was on an assortment of skills necessary to family feeding, clothing andkeeping house. Popular among antique Americana and textile enthusiasts, in the day the 19th century child’s sampler offered tutorial, final exam and future family heirloom. This Civil War dated example will be of special interest to collectors in that popular venue. 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 60144: rare! Gutta Percha topped – Richmond, Virginia / Equine Washington - STATIONERY BOX

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rare! Gutta Percha topped – Richmond, Virginia / Equine Washington - STATIONERY BOX This old stationery box is a bit of an enigma to us and we call it rare as it is the first we have encountered in our 50+ years of seeking out Civil War and mid 1800s personal items and collectables. Familiar with the Scoville Mfg. Co. figured, gutta percha topped, collar boxes commonly referred to as ditty boxes by Civil War collectors, this stationery box version is of the same construction and material. A bit loose at the hinges as is a common malady of the ditty boxes (could easily be tightened but we prefer as found and as used originality) and with good evidence of period use and originality this neat old stationery box remains in pleasing ready for the collection condition. Of most interest to the collector will be the Richmond, Virginia, George Washington Equine statue design on the gutta percha lid. The most desirable pattern found on the Scoville collar box lids, this Equine monument is as was used in Confederate States of America, Great Seal. Likely an embellishment by the original owner is the Civil War patriotic cover in the box lid. The box retains an apparently un-used period ink dipping pen and a ream of un-used Civil War vintage stationery. An outstanding grouping for the gutta percha, writing equipment or personal item enthusiast. 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 6224: 19th century SPEAKING TRUMPET

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19th century SPEAKING TRUMPET Most commonly referred to as a fireman’s speaking trumpet and clearly most widely used as such, frequently overlooked is good documentation of military use in the Civil War. As 18th century fire captains use speaking trumpets to amplify their voices over the noise and commotion of a fire scene, so did military leaders use the same to shout encouragement and commands over the din of battle. Likely the most well-known military application occurred at the Battle of Mobile Bay when Admiral Farragut issued the now famous order Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead! through his speaking trumpet. (see: The Civil War on the Mississippiby Barbara Brooks Tomblin) This attractive working example is free of the decorative embellishment most frequently seem on presentation grade fire trumpets yet, save a period sling ring replacement, remains in pleasing condition with an eye appealing natural age patina with no dents, scrapes or scars. A nice addition to any period firefighting or military grouping. this speaking trumpet measures approximately 17 ¼ inches in length with a 6 ½ inch diameter bell and is offered here as collectors appreciate, unpolished, uncleaned and as found. 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 5754: Signed: Civil War Prang Photo Album Card - Col. E. C. Mason 7th Maine Volunteer Infantry

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Signed: Civil War Prang Photo Album Card - Col. E. C. Mason 7th Maine Volunteer Infantry A nice signed Prang & Co. Boston & Washington lithograph album card of Col. Edwin Cooley Mason as commander of the 7th Maine Volunteer Infantry. A man who surely moved around in his military service, Ohio born Edwin Mason enlisted at age 21 and was commissioned on April 29, 1861 as Captain of Co. F 2nd Ohio Infantry. On May 14,1861he was commissioned as Captain in the 17th Regular Army. On November 5, 1861 Mason was commissioned as Colonel in command of the 7th Maine. He resigned that post on August 31, 1862 and on August 21, 1864 he was commissioned into the Field & Staff 1st Maine Veteran Infantry. On September 21, 1864 Mason was commissioned as Colonel in command of the 176 Ohio Infantry. Breveted Brigadier General June 3, 1865, Mason’s last regiment mustered out June 14, 1865. 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 5870: 1850 / 53 dated - Aubergier's Pastilles of Lactucarium THROAT LOZENGE BOX  / SEWING KIT

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1850 / 53 dated - Aubergier's Pastilles of Lactucarium THROAT LOZENGE BOX / SEWING KIT Put up in France to be imported and sold by E. Fougera & Company founded in New York in 1849, this little Aubergier’s Pastilles of Lactucarium slip top box boasts medal awards of 1850 and 1853 on the cover label and will set well in any mid-19th century personal item or medical display. Of particular interest is that this attractive little personal size box came out of attic storage obviously re-purposed as a traveling sewing kit still containing 4 period buttons to include 2 period rubber buttons, mending thread, two patches of cloth for small mending jobs and an original SHARPS #8 1857 dated needle packet.. The pocket size round box measures approximately 3 3/8 inches in diameter and shows appealing evidence of period use and carrying yet remains in solid condition in every respect. A really neat Civil War era personal item. 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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3 - Civil War vintage – identified New London, Connecticut - Military School Cadet - CDVs This outstanding group of three Civil War vintage CDVs emanate from the Newcomb family of New London, Connecticut and are identified on the backs by H. W. C. Newcomb (Harriet Wetmore Chapell Newcomb) who became the wife of Fred Newcomb one of the boys of Star Co., Hill Street School, . Harriet W. C. Newcomb who died in 1950 at the age of 94, had carefully identified each Cadet in the photographs. All but Fred Newcomb, who became a prominent dry goods merchant in New London and built a magnificent home at 31 Vaxhale St. in that place, will require some additional research. (Ancestry.com has proven as fertile ground with regard to the New London Newcombs and additional family photographs are housed in the Museum of Connecticut History housed in the Connecticut State Library.) Other boys depicted are: Wolcott Daboll, Fred Badet and Fred Richards. All cadets of Star Co. of the elite private Hill Street School, they likely attained some level of prominence in adulthood. Aside from the preceding we will let our photo illustrations speak for content and condition of these impressive Morgan & Bolles, New London Conn. back marked carte de viste photographs. Offered here as a group only to preserve historic integrity. 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 6219: July 1863 – Benjamin F. Carter - MEMORIAL LITHOGRAPH

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July 1863 – Benjamin F. Carter - MEMORIAL LITHOGRAPH Housed behind telltale wavy & bubbled period glass in its classically veneered 12 3/8 X 16 3/8/inch mid-19th century frame, this J. Baillie memorial lithograph bears the ink penned IN MEMORY OF inscription Benj. F. Carter of the Fourth Virginia who died July 1863. Save a small corner chip to the veneer the frame and circa 1840s / 1850s lithograph remain in excellent condition.
A bit of a paradox that will require some research as our own effort produced but a single Benj. F. Carter serving the Union or Confederacy who died in July of 1863 and that was Lt. Col. Benjamin Franklin Carter who was mortally wounded and captured July 2nd 1863 while fighting with the 4th Texas as that regiment took on the Union left flank and the 20th Maine Infantry under the command of Col. Joshua L. Chamberlain. Carter died in captivity on July 21, 1863 and was buried at the Methodist Cemetery in Chambersburg, Pa.
Is the 4th Virginia designation simply the product of a mix-up on the part of the calligrapher who penned the memorial inscription, or is there another Benj. F. Carter who’s record of existence and service with the 4th Virginia has been lost? As serious collector / historians of Maine history for over fifty years (see: MaineLegacy.com ) we had set side this Brimfield find years ago when such treasures could be picked at estate auctions, antique shows and outdoor markets. As time passes and we downsize though, it is time to pass this find on to an appreciative home. 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 through mid-1800s sliding temple NICKEL SILVER SPECTACLES in Pat 1860 CASE This attractive pair of heavy nickel silver framed spectacles remain in excellent condition with a pleasing natural age patina and are nicely maker markedCOOPER on the right temple. This sliding temple came into use in about 1800 and remained in popular use through the Civil War period. These neat Civil War vintage eye classes remain in their PARKER’S PAT. 1860 marked case complete with original liner. Spectacles and case show appealing evidence of age and period use yet remain pleasing all original condition. 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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important - Union Mjr. Gen. Henry F. Clarke GROUPING This outstanding grouping of Mjr. General Henry Francis Clarke, (won his Brig. General star for gallantry at the battle of Gettysburg), includes a plaster bust of Clarke by noted sculptor Leonard W. Volk,best known for his earlier work with Abraham Lincoln. The 12 inch high painted plaster bust is inscribed Genl. H. F. Clark U. S. A. on the front and L. W. Volk 1889 on the back. The bust depicts Clarke in uniform wearing his Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States medal. Included in this grouping is General Clarke’spersonal issue gold Loyal Legion Medal #733. ( see published MOLLUS roster with inscribed medal numbers: UNION BLUE by Robert G. Carroon and Dana B. Shoaf) The group also includes two Loyal Legion lapel rosettes, his Grand Army of the Republic membership medal,complete with its original well worn and tattered suspension ribbon. With the group a GAR, 1902 Washington National Encampment medal and Clarke’s jeweler made monogram cuff buttons(HFC). These were fashioned from 1854 and 1855 US silver quarters, nicely handengraved with blue enamel highlights. Last but not the least is a personally inscribed carte de viste of Clarke from the Matthew Brady, Washington studio . The CDV remains in excellent condition and is signed on the verso Yours truly H F Clarke. As to provenance, all of the preceeding General Henry Francis Clarke artifacts, with the exception of the signed Clarke photograph, came to us as a group when offered as such by an established New England auction house. In our own research we found sale of Clarke material, to include a camp chair offered by Cowans, leading back to the family and a sale of the estate of the General’s Great Granddaughter Mary Clark.. While the time and location of that sale will take some additional research. The Volk bust of Clarke had been offered by the Heritage auction house in Texas with the attributation of the Clarke family via the Tharpe collection of American Military History, exhibited by the Liberty Heritage Society Museum. General Clarke’s MOLLUS medal will speak for itself with its recorded and inscribed issue number as will the silver cuff buttons which offer the the General’s HFC monograhm. We added the signed CDV to the grouping when we had the opertunity.

Mjr. Genl. Henry Francis Clarke

Henry Francis Clarke was born in Brownsville, Pa., Nov. 9, 1820. He was graduated from West Point, in 1843, and was commissioned 2nd Lt., 2nd US Artillery. A veteran of the Mexican War, Clarke was wounded at Chapultepec, where he was brevetted captain for his gallantry, Sept. 13, 1847. Clark served as an instructor of artillery at the Military Academy at West Point, 1848-49, then as professor of mathematics, 1850-51. He served in the Seminole War, 1851-52; then as Adjt., 2nd US Artillery at Fort Monroe, 1852-53 then at Pensacola, 1853-55. Assigned back at West Point as instructor of artillery in 1855-56 Clarke was then stationed at Fort Hamilton in New York, 1856-57. Promoted Captain Jan. 12, 1857 Clarke served in the challenging position of chief of commissariat on the Utah Expedition, (a.k.a. Utah War / Mormon Rebellion) 1857-60. Clarke was assigned Chief of Commissariat, Dept. of Florida, April and May, 1861 then served as Chief of Commissariat of the Army of the Potomac, 1861-64. He participated in the campaigns of the Peninsula, Maryland, the Rappahannock, Pennsylvania, and the Rapidan, and was brevetted colonel Sept. 11, 1863, for gallant and meritorious services in the Maryland campaign. He received the brevet of brigadier-general, March 18, 1865, for services at gallantry at Gettysburg and was at the same time brevetted major-general of the United States army for faithful and meritorious services in the subsistence department during the war. He was in charge of the subsistence department in Connecticut, New York and New Jersey, 1864-67; division of Missouri, 1867-75; and of the division of the Atlantic, 1879-84. He was promoted colonel May 20, 1882, and was retired Nov. 9, 1884. He died in Washington, D.C., May 10, 1887. (Source: Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans)

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10th Mass. Infantry / 6th Corps – Officer’s McDowell FORAGE CAP Acquired from an old and well established Civil War collection, this desirable officer’s McDowell forage cap with its 10th Infantry device and 6th Corps badge was originally uncovered in Massachusetts thus catalogued as having emanated from the 10th Massachusetts Infantry. While our photo illustrations will offer the best description of this product of the well documented, war time Washington D. C. maker, M. H. Stevens, we would add only that this officer’s cap is entirely original and as found with no embellishment or repair. With good evidence of period use and age in the form of some minor moth tracking and a few small holes, the cap is a solid example of the coveted McDowell forage cap and will lay nicely in any quality Civil War grouping. An especially desirable officers forage cap with period use in a regiment that saw action at such as Fair Oaks, Malvern Hill, Savage Station, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, the Wilderness, Spotsylvania Court House, Cold Harbor, Petersburg and many more. 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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rare! Patent 1862 marked HORSE HOBBLES These Civil War dated hobbles are boldly marked PAT’D 1862 on each cuff which is iron cast with remnants of a tinned surface remaining. Each cuff measures approximately 3 inches, inside diameter, with a rather unique quick release latch. The leg cuffs are fastened together by 25 inches of hand wrought chain. Both cuffs with its latch is freely operable with all in pleasing original and as found condition. A neat Civil War date collectable that will be of special interest to the Civil War cavalry enthusiast, this offering will go well in any mounted service or Western 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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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 60139: original!   1875 edition of The Amateur Trapper & Trap-Makers Guide

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original! 1875 edition of The Amateur Trapper & Trap-Makers Guide Available in reprint for reading, nothing will set off a nice old primitive trap display like a well used and rarely surviving original 1875 printing of Stanly Hardings classic on the subject of hand made traps like The Amateur Trapper & Trap-Makers Guide. This rare period example offers the attractive green paper on board cover of New York publishers Dick & Fitzgerald. Offering eye appealing field wear yet remaining tight and complete in 134 pages with no loose, torn or otherwise damaged pages, the myriad of 44 wood cut illustrations will offer pleasant entertainment and reference. 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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