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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 63145: Civil War - Maine Presentation Mod. 1850 Foot Officer Sword – Port Hudson siege &  assault

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Civil War - Maine Presentation Mod. 1850 Foot Officer Sword – Port Hudson siege & assault Off our wall where we have enjoyed it for many years, this offering from our personal collection downsizing will best be described here by our photo illustrations. That said this Model 1850 Foot Officer sword remains in historically pleasing totally original, untouched and as carried order, with good evidence of the rigors of period use while remaining in pleasing condition throughout including its leather scabbard. The sword is nicely script inscribed Presented to Lt. A. J. Martin by Co. C 24th Regt. Me. Vols.
Andrew J. Martin was a twenty-seven year old lifelong resident of Pittsfield, Maine when he enlisted on October 13, 1862 and was commissioned 1st Lieutenant of Co. C of the 24th Maine Infantry. Lt. Martin’s regiment was sent to Louisiana where it was initially ordered to Bonnet Carre about forty miles from New Orleans. Here the Maine Regiment joined the 19th Army Corps, Department of the Gulf assigned to the 3d brigade, 2nd division, under command of Gen. Franklin Nickerson. Lt. Martin served with his regiment as it participated in the expedition to Ponchatoula and Amite River, the Capture of Ponchatoula, and action at Civiques Ferry. Ultimately ordered to Port Hudson, Lt. Martin served with his 24th Maine Regiment as it took part in the siege of that stronghold, to include the desperate assaults of May 27th and June 14, 1863. Lt. Martin mustered out with his regiment at the end of its term of service on July 25th 1863. He was one of only 570 of the original 900 to return to civilian life. A classic as was so frequently presented to Union line officers by their Company enlisted, this Port Hudson, Louisiana carried 1850 Foot Officer sword will present well in any grouping of good honest carried Civil War relics.
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 63207: Bannerman Military Goods – Civil War Cavalry Carbine Socket Display

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Bannerman Military Goods – Civil War Cavalry Carbine Socket Display Seldom surviving intact as cavalry and Civil War collectors have, dismantled these Bannerman display escutcheons removing the nearly always unissued condition carbine socket for display. Hard to imagine in today’s world of scarcity, Francis Bannerman of Bannerman’s Military Goods acquired an abundance of these carbine sockets when he purchased all manner of left over military paraphernalia from the reconstruction era U. S. government. The harness leather sockets were fashioned into match holder wall displays by plugging one end of the socket with a wooden disk and attaching it with a bit of iron wire to an shield shaped wood plaque. (Though we would discourage it, all easily removeable without damage to the original leather socket.) The display was further embellished with the attachment of issue shako chin strap buttons. Now seldom encountered, a complete original example of an old Bannerman Civil War carbine match holder as was offered in his early 1900s military goods catalogues (even to the typed label on the back) is worthy of preservation over and above the Civil War issue carbine socket.
Likely not required here, but for the sake of the uninitiated the carbine socket was buckled to a saddle strap in a position to accept the muzzle end soldier’s carbine as his weapon was slung on the issue cavalry sling. The leather socket would thus hold the carbine muzzle secure even at full gallop without restricting quick access. 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 6399-1655929008: unopened - Howe & Stevens Civil War vintage – Pat. 1863 DYE PACKET

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unopened - Howe & Stevens Civil War vintage – Pat. 1863 DYE PACKET A wonderful Civil War era display item in an especially desirable color, this all original and unopened textile dye packet measures approximately 2 ¾ X 1 ¾ X 1 inch thick with classic patriotic graphic and nomenclature of HOWE & STEVENS – Dye Color – LIGHT DRAB with Patented October 13, 1863 and the reminder that the content is for Dyeing Silk, Woolen & Cotton Goods, Shawls, Scarfs, Ribbons, Dresses, Feathers, Bonnets, Hats and all kinds of Wearing Apparel, with perfect FAST COLORS. Pleasing with its period Lady Liberty patriotic graphic and LIGHT DRAB color (a subdued natural grey/brown) this every day relic of the Civil War period will make a nice companion in any 19th century textile related grouping. (see: Civil War vintage Boston Business Directories) 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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early 19th century pistol - BALL MOLD Just the thing if you have one of those little screw off flint lock or early percussion pistols, this approximately .40 caliber ball mold incorporates a spanner for barrel removal for loading. Offered here untouched with a deep chocolate patina, this neat little ball mold will date to the very early 1800s.
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c.1912 G.A.R. STICK FLAG This attractive 48 star GAR stick flag, is printed in the traditional old style on coarse cotton gauze measuring 18 X 10 1/2 inches with the original 30 inch stick. Recovered from a defunct G. A. R. Civil War veteran hall some years ago, we have had a small number of these flags in storage since. They remain in excellent unused condition yet offer the charm of the early printed construction on coarse gauze expected of these flags from the 1860s through to the earliest c.1912, 48 star flags. (After about 1913 these stick memorial and parade flags can be expected to be printed on cotton of a much tighter weave.) Anyway as part of our clean out / pick up effort we are offering the few that we have individually priced while they last. A nice all original decoration piece without spending a ton of money. Don't forget to give our search feature a try for special wants. A simple key word in lower case works best.
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important! Escaping the Indians – decorated early American POWDER HORN grouping With eye appeal and condition best demonstrated by our illustrations, this early American decorated powder horn measures approximately 11 inches from spout to butt. With decoration and provenance harkening back to frontier New England and now seldom remembered confrontation there between early inhabitants and Native Americans, this eye appealing decorated powder horn will make a desirable addition to any period collection. The significance of the period depiction of young woman escaping capture by pursuing Indians is revealed by the most rudimentary research of a descendant family note pinned to an accompanying homespun relic. ‘This piece of Material was spun by your great great great grandmother on Pearl Hill, Fitchburg. She sheared the sheep, dyed the wool spun it into the pattern and cloth. Over 150 years old. Grandma Brown was the person who ran from the Indians.’. A google search quickly identifies Pearl Hill, Fitchburg as Fitchburg, Massachusetts, with a further search of period Brown family landowners produces a, period singular, Captain William Brown who, shortly after the Revolution, donated land for the Fitchburg town meeting house, and his spouse Elisabeth (Coffin) Brown. (see: Elisabeth Brown (Coffin) (1763 - 1843) - Genealogy (geni.com) While beginning with the capture by Indians and carrying away of founder John Fitch and his family in 1748, (see: Fitchburg Massachusetts, Past & Present by Wm. A. Emmerson) Fitchburg’s local lore and a generational history of Native American conflict, leaves much to explore.
Remaining with the horn is a 16 inch square piece of wool homespun described in the penned ’Granny note’ simply as a piece of material spun by great, great grandmother Brown who sheared the sheep, dyed the wool and spun it into the pattern and cloth Offering clear evidence of period work while remaining in pleasing condition, the remnant is fashioned from two 8 inch loomed swatches, center seamed with overall silk tape binding. (A matching tape suspension indicates an intended purpose beyond simple display?) The width of the fabric, structural unevenness and design concept uniformity with variation in execution, are all good evidence of the piece being the product of an 18th early 19th century country popular table, frame loom or rigid Heddle loom. An exceptional piece in and of itself for the early American textile enthusiast, it and the powder horn need to remain together with the descendant provenance. A desirable early americana 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 6373:   Civil War Veteran G. A. R. uniform of Brig. General Stephen H. Manning – 1st & 5th Maine

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Civil War Veteran G. A. R. uniform of Brig. General Stephen H. Manning – 1st & 5th Maine Best described here by our illustrations this exceptionally nice Grand Army of the Republic uniform consists of trousers, vest, coat and slouch hat complete with War time wool 6th Corps device as stitched in place by then Civil War veteran Bvt. Brigadier General Stephen Hart Manning. Emanating from direct descendants of the General along with his ink signed CDV as Col. & Chief. Q. M. Dept. of Texas and family lore regarding the 6th Corps device, this magnificent GAR uniform offers the General’s identification in the right shoulder lining along with the label of the General’s home town Lewiston, Maine clothier.
Born in 1834 to a family of poor patronage Stephen H. Manning was largely self-educated until 1858 when the industrious Lewiston, Maine youngster entered Bowdoin College as a sophomore in 1858, leaving college in April 1861 to join the 1st Maine Volunteer Infantry. Entering service as a Private Manning would be named Quarter Master Sargent of the 1st Maine and would, notwithstanding his absence, be awarded a full diploma from Bowdoin’s class of 1861. In September 1861 he was Commissioned by the Governor as 1st Lieut. and Regimental Qr. Master of the 5th Maine Infantry a position held until August 1862 when he was appointed acting Quarter Master, 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, 6th Corps, Army of the Potomac. In October 1862 the fast rising Manning was named acting Chief Q. M. of the 6th Corps’ 1st Division and on November 26, 1862 was Commissioned by President Abraham Lincoln as Captain and A. Q. M., U. S. Volunteers, a position he held until May 1864 when he was appointed acting Chief Quarter Master, 6th Army Corps. Brevetted Major by Lincoln for faithful and meritorious service in the campaigns before Richmond and in the Shenandoah Valley, Manning would continue his rise to Lieut. Colonel and Chief Q. M. of the 6th Corps then Chief Q. M. Provisional Corps Army of the Potomac. Appointed Colonel and Chief Q. M. Dept. of Texas. Breveted to Brig. General to date from March 13, 1865, upon his mustering out on October 5, 1866 Gen. Manning had participated in all the Civil War battles of the Army of the Potomac in which the 6th Corps had been active. Some short time after the Civil War Gen. Manning located in Wilmington, North Carolina where he operated a merchandising business until 1874 when he was elected Sheriff of New Hanover County Gen. Manning eventually returned to his family home in Lewiston, Maine where he was an active member of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion, the Grand Army of the Republic and the 5th Maine Regimental Association. He died in 1911 at age seventy-six.
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Gettysburg Excavated / Civil War ARTILLERY SHELL FRAGMENT Years ago when we first started attending the larger Civil War shows in the South, enthusiastic diggerswould bring wooden boxes filled with excavated treasures for sale or trade to fellow enthusiasts. I found most of these folks had a depth of knowledge and commitment to history that brought the content of their relic filled boxes to a special level. Now and again I would pick out a treasure that was of particular interest to me, usually something with a tag on it or a group of things of known origin, and bring my find back to Maine where it would ultimately get set aside in storage with our accumulation of stuff. In that accumulation we have a small number of artillery bolt fragments collected just prior to the July 1938 Gettysburg Reunion and are offering each individually priced for the collector who would like an authentic Gettysburg relic without spending a ton of money. The relics came to us in a small wooden box that had been in the Mountfort G. A. R. Post in Brunswick, Maine; the home Post of Gen. Joshua L. Chamberlain. On the lid of the box was the period identification as Confederate relics gathered during preparation for the July 1913 Gettysburg Great Reunion. Though the old wire hinged pine box with a piece or two of its’ content has long since passed, we did have the foresight to save an image of the pine box and its’ paper label to go with the relics we kept for ourselves. Our note with a photo of the old relic box, its’ label and origin from the Mountfort G. A. R. Post will come your the shell fragment to preserve its’ history. A neat original Battle of Gettysburg relic and remembrance of what was to be the last joint reunion of Union and Confederate veterans.
 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5742: mid 19th century  FIRE BRIGADE HELMET

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mid 19th century FIRE BRIGADE HELMET Based on the French 1862 fire helmet but with considerable redesign, this fire helmet style was first used by the London Metropolitan Fire Brigade in 1868 the design was quickly adopted by the vast majority of London fire brigades then by nearly all British fire brigades and was destined to become an iconic symbol of the later half, 19th century fire fighter with nearly universal period use by major fire brigades both in Britain and in the United States. (see: National Hall of Flame Museum of Firefighting collection Phoenix, AZ) With good evidence of period use, yet remaining in pleasing original condition with a soft natural age patina and its rarely found original split leather sweat band, this classic fire helmet with its high relief fire breathing dragons and torch crest of crossed fire axes with entwined hose, this impressive brass fire helmet will display well by itself or set in any firefighting collection. 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 6313: Stove Pipe Hat – of early LDS / Mormon Leader, ‘High Priest’ Ezra Booth

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Stove Pipe Hat – of early LDS / Mormon Leader, ‘High Priest’ Ezra Booth Saved from oblivion by the common availability of original research material, this historically significant Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints related relic is best described here as to condition and authenticity by our photo illustrations. Remaining in exceptional all original condition, this historic stovepipe bever hat bears the signature of early Mormon leader Ezra Booth. Offered here as found at a well-established Eastern antique market where the significance of the inscription was totally unrecognized, we extend here for authenticity, an illustration of an established signature for comparison to the Ezra Booth inscription in the hat.
Ordained in1831to the high priesthood from among a small group of early followers of LDS founder Joseph Smith, Ezra Booth had been a popular Methodist minister before witnessing a healing performed by Smith. So struck by what he had witnessed at the hands of the fledgling Mormon Church founder, Booth became a convert and was baptized and ordained an elder in May 1831. Ordained to be a high priest June 3, 1831 Ezra Booth was called to go to Missouri to preach the word of the Book of Mormon. Booth quickly became disheartened as he had apparently expected that he would convert people through the performance of miracles, as had been his experience with Smith. When no miracles were forthcoming, he became disillusioned and fell into disfavor of the Church. By September 6, 1831, Booth was silenced from preaching as an Elder by Joseph Smith and less than three days later after being a member for only five months, Booth renounced Mormonism. In a series of letters published in the Ohio Star beginning in November 1831, Booth’s criticisms had a public impact such that they were republished in 1834 book entitled Mormonism Unveiled. Ezra Booth’s brief role in the early Mormon movement continues to be referenced by the LDS today.

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 4568: colorful post Civil War Southern Reconstruction SATIRICAL PRINT

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colorful post Civil War Southern Reconstruction SATIRICAL PRINT Our photo illustration will likely offer the best description of this colorful old print except to say that it measures 10 X 13 ½ inches and it is offered just as we found it torn from a June 16, 1894 issue of the satirical publication Judge. The cartoon is titled THE DEMOCRATIC RICHELIEU and is captioned - DEMOCRATIC SENATOR (ex-confederate brigadier): ‘Take away the sword. States can be ruined without it. Bring me the pen,it is mightier than the sword!’ The graphic satire refers to an all too common division between North & South during Reconstruction and the strong feeling by many in the North that ex-Confederate leaders were continuing their attack against the Union utilizing the pen and politics. A colorful conversation piece, this neat old piece of Americana will frame up nicely.
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 63194: Original Patent June 1864 - PHOTO FRAME

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Original Patent June 1864 - PHOTO FRAME This 6 X 5 1/8 inch enameled sheet metal photography frame remains in excellent all original condition. Retaining its original PATENTED JUNE 22, 1864, this attractive Civil War dated frame will make a wonderful addition to the display of any period albumin or ferrotype image. 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 4468: 31st Mass. Vol. Infantry 19th ARMY CORPS BADGE

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31st Mass. Vol. Infantry 19th ARMY CORPS BADGE This wonderful jeweler made Civil War silver 19th Army Corps badge measures approximately 1 3/16 inch square and sports a tintype image of its’ owner in the center where the division color would usually be seen. The piece came out accompanied by three 31st Massachusetts Regimental Association ribbons and we surmise that the original owner placed the Civil War photograph in his old corps badge for post war wear at Association reunions. A desirable piece in excellent all original condition and still accompanied by the 1883, 1884 and 1885 31st Mass. Regimental Association reunion ribbons. An especially nice item for the Port Hudson enthusiast. 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 5874: exceptionally nice mid 1800s CARRIAGE LAMP pair

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exceptionally nice mid 1800s CARRIAGE LAMP pair This exceptional pair of carriage lamps show little if any evidence of use while offering unquestionable age and originality both in condition and unmistakable mid 19th century tinsmith construction of the matching lantern bodies. Each lamp measures approximately 12 inches in height with heavy, approximately ¼ inch thick, beveled glass lenses measuring 3 7/16 X 3 7/8 inches each. Outer surfaces are of black enamel with naturally patinated brass trim and chimney. Internal reflector surfaces are bright nickel silver plate with plated burner marked E. MILLER & Co. Meriden, Conn. [ Edward Miller began manufacturing and selling camphene and lantern fluid burners in Meriden, Connecticut in the 1840's. By the 1860’s E. Miller & Co. had become a successful manufacturer and marketer in the kerosene lamp and lamp burner business with the latter being merchandized to private lighting makers. In 1866 Miller reorganized under the name Edward Miller & Co. or E M & Co. ] Easily displayed utilizing original mounting sockets, this exceptional matching pair of carriage lamps remain complete and in exceptional condition with pleasing evidence of age and originality. 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 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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