|INSCRIBED PRESENTATION CANE REAR ADMIRAL U.S.N. HIRAM PAULDING|
Item ID #1309
|MARINE SWORD REGULATION OF 1859|
Item ID #1308
|INSCRIBED DOUBLE PRESENTATION POCKET WATCH|
This watch represents a great piece of Civil War history. It is an 18k gold American Watch Co. (Waltham) presentation , key wound watch. Serial number of he movement is 295598...
Item ID #1280
|INSCRIBED IDd GOLD POCKET WATCH|
Inscribed to General Pitcairn Morrison. It is marked 18 kt gold. More to follow.....
Item ID #1279
|CIVIL WAR POCKET WATCH 32nd TEXAS CAV IDd |
This pocket watch belonged to Private John Till, 32nd Texas Cavalry, Company H. He fought at the battles of Pea Ridge, Richmond, and Murfreesboro. He died May 8, 1863 in Rome,...
Item ID #1274
|CDV UNION SOLDIER|
Not sure who this is. The back is signed Jess? Saxonville, Ws. Photographer is E. R. Curtiss, Klauber's Block, Madison, Ws.
Item ID #1272
|CDV CAPTAIN W.F. WHEELER FULL LENGTH |
WHEELER, WILLIAM F.--Age, 26 year®. Enrolled, September 6, 1861, at Buffalo, to serve three years; mustered in as captain, Co. D, October 21, 1861; diismissed, October 4,...
Item ID #1271
|CDV FRANK SWETT UNION |
This CDV is full length. Frank H. Swett fought in the United States Civil War for the Union Side. He was listed as being from New Hampshire. He was a Third Sergeant EFD in the...
Item ID #1270
|CDV MAJOR GEORGE WASHBURN 133rd NY|
W A S H B U R N , GEORGE.--Age, 37 years. Enrolled, August 29, 1862, at New York city, to serve three years; mustered in as first lieutenant, Co. E, September 24, 1862; as...
Item ID #1269
|CDV ROBERT FARLEY CLARK CPT MASS 4TH INFANTRY|
Captain Robert Farley Clark was born in Boston, Mass. on May 20, 1838. He graduated from the Boston Latin School. When the war broke out in 1861 he enlisted and was sent to the...
Item ID #1268
|STARR CONTRACT CAVALRY SABER|
Item ID #1267
|ARTILLERY SWORD AMES MODEL 1832|
This foot soldier artillery sword is a model 1832. It is marked on the blade on one side with an eagle over N.P. Ames / Springfield. The other side is marked United States over...
Item ID #1266
|CIVIL WAR PRESENTATION WATCH TO CAPTAIN JOHN W. BEAN 1862|
John Wesley Bean lived to be over 100. He was born in Kirby, Vt on March 8, 1833. He died November 26, 1933 in Elkins, NH. He is buried in Proctor Cemetery, Andover, NH. Mr....
Item ID #1265