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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 6008: Civil War vintage - South Carolina Palmetto – TIN HIP FLASK

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6008

Civil War vintage - South Carolina Palmetto – TIN HIP FLASK Another find among our fifty year accumulation of scouring the countryside for neat old stuff, the oval body of this hand crafted tinned sheet iron hip flask measures approximately 4 7/8 (not counting the spout) X 3 inches wide X 1 ¼ thick. Best described by our photo illustrations, a close look at the face of this obviously period used personal utility, reveals a light but clearly discernable scratch engraved palmetto tree with the letters S C. This relic of the past shows good evidence of age and originality with period use, yet remains solid with no splits at the soldered seams, rust or holes. Tough to find such these days, this will be an especially pleasing personal item for the Civil War collector and will be of special interest to the Confederate 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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Civil War vintage handcrafted Cherry Wood - CRUTCHES Measuring approximately 50 inches in total length, this pair of make do with what is available, handcrafted crutches will stir the imagination as one ponders the circumstances of their creation. Crafted from natural cherry wood staffs, each split with a hand saw to within approximately a foot from the end and left rough with the bark on, the sections of green and still supple wood each was reinforced at the end of the cut with strips of available sheet tin wrapped around the circumference. The strips were spread with a board cut in the shape of a wedge and secured in place above the tin reinforcements. About half way up a short section of the sapling is secured in place as a hand grip utilizing square iron nuts, classic of the period. Finally a full round section of the cherry sapling is secured across the top end of the spread wood sections. With a bit of common skill, ingenuity, and some work, a matched pair of crutches was created from what was available. Remaining in excellent condition yet with evidence of period wear. An eye catching companion item in any number of Civil War venues. 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 5977: original Civil War vintage pair - BROGAN SALES SAMPLE

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original Civil War vintage pair - BROGAN SALES SAMPLE Measuring just under 6 inches, heel to toe, this pair should not be confused with child’s shoes as they demonstrate the qualities of stout work shoes or brogans by style, weight of construction and their Pat.1853 scuff plates, as are unearthed by Civil War site digger/ historians. In a period when private purchase foot wear was most commonly made by order by local cobblers who were not eager to expend labor and materials on inventory, such sales samples as are offered here were a common choice for the selection by in the shop buyers and were distributed to country stores, traveling sales persons and yes even sutlers who would measure the troop who would undoubtedly cherish a pair of private purchase shoes over the notoriously ill-fitting issue brogans and pass his order back to the cobbler for construction. This sales sample pair likely started out as black however have turned a very dark brown with age. They are without piercing for laces as would have been required of shoes for wear and even retain the cobblers heel string, one to the other, to keep the pair together. These features offer further assurance that the pair came directly from the cobbler shop as sales samples. Entirely original and remaining in excellent condition yet, with good evidence of age, this eye appealing pair will go well in any quality Civil War era 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 5998: exceptional!  pattern of 1839 U. S. BELT PLATE

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exceptional! pattern of 1839 U. S. BELT PLATE While our photo illustrations will do best in assessing condition, suffice it to say this regulation of 1839 US oval waist belt plate remains in exceptional, unissued condition, while offering good evidence of age and originality. The die struck sheet brass face has never been polished or cleaned and retains its sharp edges with no dents, scratches or dings and offers a soft untouched natural age patina. The solder filled back is in compatible condition with an even natural age patina and sports the regulation die struck single arrow clasp and hook. With federal and state use from inception through the advent of the more familiar and much larger two arrow US plate of the same basic design, most of these small sized plates were manufactured in the 1840’s and 1850’s. With a rich history, this small US oval plate is most quickly associated with the Mexican War and frontier West yet a good many found their way into the Civil War by virtue of early war state issue from existing state arsenal stores. (see: AMERICAN MILITARY BELT PLATES by O’Donnell & Campbell) 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 5886: early 1800s handcrafted GRAFTING KNIFE

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early 1800s handcrafted GRAFTING KNIFE A remnant of a time when horticultural grafting was a necessary aspect on the farm as nearly all had at least a small grove of fruit trees for personal use, the grafting knife was a necessary piece of equipment to the practicing craftsman many of whom traveled from farm to orchard practicing their specialized art. As the practice of grafting was a major factor in sustaining productive apple, peach, pear and other fruit trees and as the success of getting grafts to take as they would say, could be an iffy effort taking some time before success could be determined, the grafter was a well-paid craftsman highly respected and much in demand in 18th and 19th century farm communities. This good old grafting knife was, as was the case with many grafters, hand made with an eye toward their personal preferences. This knife was hand forged from a period single-cutmill file, a favorite source that would take the keen edge necessary in accomplishing a successful graft. This knife measures 10 inches in total length with a 5 inch blade mounted through a brass ferrule to a stout turned ash-wood grip. Demonstrating desirable evidence of age, period use and originality, yet remaining untouched and in nice condition, this early grafting knife will go well in any number of period collecting categories. 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 5971: Original !   Gen. GRANT Civil War era BOARD GAME

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Original ! Gen. GRANT Civil War era BOARD GAME An attractive General Grant board game turned from American walnut with a full complement of 32 period handcrafted clay marble game pieces. This example measures approximately 8 7/8 inches in diameter and remains in pleasing condition yet with good evidence of period use. A similar to the old Fox & Geese peg board solitaire game that was so popular in the period of the American Revolution, this game was played utilizing marbles rather than pegs as with its earlier cousin but with the same principal of jumping one game piece with another. A successful player would finish the game with only one game piece left on the board. A popular solitaire game of strategy among the military, the Civil War era marble variation became commonly known as the General Grant Game as it was a favorite diversion of the hard drinking cigar smoking Civil War Union Commander. This outstanding example is in pleasing condition with a full complement of period clay marbles. 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 5950: WILDERNESS - Civil War BATTLEFIELD PICKUP Cartridge Box Plate

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WILDERNESS - Civil War BATTLEFIELD PICKUP Cartridge Box Plate This US oval cartridge box plate is in as found condition with a deep, rich age patina with a period milk paint identification WILDERNESS crudely printed across the face edge. A look at the reverse reveals the remains original lead filling the majority melted away. A prophetic testament to the horrors of the fires that erupted in the dry and tangled foliage of the Wilderness battlefield leaving wounded on the field, exposed to potentially inescapable flames. An early recovery relic ‘eyeballed’ long before the advent and advantages of modern relic hunting equipment, 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, pioneer 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 other Lord collection items.) Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!
 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 1871: MEDAL of HONOR winner Gen. J. C. Black – ILLINOIS Civil War Vet. MEDAL

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MEDAL of HONOR winner Gen. J. C. Black – ILLINOIS Civil War Vet. MEDAL This 1899 Illinois Department Encampment medal of the Grand Army of the Republic representative’s medal remains in fine original condition. It bears the figure of Department Commander and CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR winner and late commander of the 27th Illinois Volunteer Infantry John Charles Black. Black was a 22 year old resident of Crawfordsville, Indiana when he enlisted as Sergt. Major on April 14, 1861. On September 18 he was mustered into the Field & Staff as Major of the 37th Illinois Infantry. He was severely wounded at Pea Ridge on March 7, 1862 and was promoted Lt. Col. the following July. He was again listed as receiving severe wounds on December 7, 1862 at Prairie Grove. It was for his extreme gallantry here that John Charles Black would receive the Congressional Medal of Honor (see: Deeds of Valor). Black was promoted to full Colonel of that regiment on February 1, 1863 and would be brevetted to Brig. General on March 13, 1865. After the war Black held membership in the Geo. H. Thomas G. A. R. Post # 5 in Chicago. Before his passing in 1915 Black would serve both as the Illinois Department Commander and National Commander in Chief of the Grand Army of the Republic. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!!

 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5801: Original and as found!  Civil War vintage CAMP COOKING OUTFIT

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Original and as found! Civil War vintage CAMP COOKING OUTFIT Our photos should offer the best description of this desirable period cooking outfit, so suffice it to say here that it consists of a large bail handle camp cook pot that stands approximately 10 ¼ inches not including the bail, and is 11 inches in diameter. This master pot houses a complement of seven pieces of period mess gear. All components are original to the period and except the forged iron skillet, are crafted from tinned sheet iron, lead soldered and iron riveted, in the classic fashion of the Civil War era tin-smith. The content of the master cook pot consists of a forged black iron hanging skillet, a large 6 inch diameter cook / eating tin with cup handle, a tin drinking cup / dipper, an issue size tin boiler / cup with lid, a condiment tin with lid for flower or cornmeal and an oval lidded cook or storage tin for salt pork or what have you and finally a shaker for salt, cinnamon &c. A wonderful display item common in the period but nearly always broken up and seldom found intact. 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 3786: Medal of Honor - 46th Mass. CIVIL WAR Vet’s 8 RIBBON GROUP

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Medal of Honor - 46th Mass. CIVIL WAR Vet’s 8 RIBBON GROUP Offered here from a small cash of Co. A 46th Mass. Regimental Association ribbons emanating from Congressional Medal of Honor winner and association Commander, Andrew S. Bryant are eight ribbons beginning with a fine circa 1880 ribbon that doubled as a pass to the festivities. The ribbon bears the identification Com. A. S. Andrews, Co. A 46 M. V. M. on the back with the following in gold print on the face Co. A. Association, 46th Regt. M.V.M., sixth annual, REUNION AND CLAM BAKE, at Callup’s Grove, Wednesday, July 21, 1880, show this badge at the boat and tables, STEAMER RIVER BELL, Will leave pier one, foot of State Street, half past one o’clock P. M. sharp. The group contains seven additional ribbons, one each for the 9th, 10th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 18th and finally the 23rd reunion held September 25, 1895. These ribbons came together from among Andrew Bryant’s things left from when he was Commander of the 46th Mass Veteran Association and are in excellent condition after decades of storage.
Andrew Symmes Bryant was a 21 year old banker in Springfield Mass. when he enlisted and mustered in on August 15, 1862 as a Sergeant of Co. A 46th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. Bryant would be promoted to Sgt. Major and was awarded the Medal of Honor for bravery on the field at the Battle of New Bern, North Carolina on May 23, 1863. His citation reads: The President of the United States of America, in the name of Congress, takes pleasure in presenting the Medal of Honor to Sergeant Andrew Symmes Bryant, United States Army, for extraordinary heroism on 23 May 1863, while serving with Company A, 46th Massachusetts Infantry, in action at New Bern, North Carolina. By his courage and judicious disposition of his guard of 16 men, stationed in a small earthwork at the head of the bridge, Sergeant Bryant held in check and repulsed for a half hour a fierce attack of a strong force of the enemy, thus probably saving the city New Bern from capture.
After the Civil War Bryant returned to Springfield where he was an active member of the Co. A 46th MVM Veteran Association and GAR Post 16. He died on October 6, 1931 and rests in Springfield Cemetery, Springfield, Massachusetts. A really nice Civil War veteran group with association to one of the war’s Medal of Honor recipients. You will be well pleased with the condition of the old man’s ribbons.
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5881: Civil War Burnside CARBINE – 4th Wisconsin Cavalry serial range

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Civil War Burnside CARBINE – 4th Wisconsin Cavalry serial range An opportunity for the Civil War collector historian, especially one with a bent towards Civil War Cavalry, to acquire an original issue weapon that, by virtue of not just a single serial number but by period happenstance a second serial number, both of which fall in the serial range of known 4th Wisconsin Volunteer Cavalry Burnside carbines offers a solid link to that regiment. As is our usual habit and to preserve the historic integrity of the piece, we have left it untouched so as to preserve its natural age with a patina that comes with period field use followed by decades of attic storage. This all original Burnside remains in pleasing to the eye, functional condition, yet offers the charm of period issue with the added appeal of ties to a specific regiment. A good look at our carefully rendered photos will provide the best physical description.

A Word About Serial numbers.


This Carbine offers the serial # 16168 on the breach block & serial #34616 on the receiver frame and barrel.


Of the serial numbers recorded # 16114 & 16174 and #34576 & 34677 were issued to the 4th Wisc. Cavalry


As both primary arm numbers 34576 & 34677went to Co. K it is most likely that this arm was issued to that Co. K as well


While mismatched serial numbers are not pleasing to firearms collectors, the circumstance of the mismatching can offer important information to the Civil War collector / historian with respect to the weapons issue history. That is to say, when the mixed serial numbers each fall in the range issued to the same regiment, it is most likely that the misnumbered component was inadvertently mixed when the weapon was broken down for cleaning. (A task frequently accomplished by a group cleaning their arms together or in some situations certainly by one or two troops who drew the short straw.) In our experience, such mixing of components occurred most frequently with the cavalry issue Colt percussion revolver and Burnside cavalry carbine, the mixing of components occurring with revolver cylinders and in the case of the carbines the inadvertent switching of breach blocks, one arm to another. The likelihood of switching of these specific components quite high when one considers that cleaning of the revolver required removal of the cylinder from the frame just as cleaning of the Burnside carbine required removal of the breach block. When several arms were cleaned together it is not difficult to understand a likelihood of mixing of these the numbered components. When the mismatched breach and frame both fall in a known issue serial range of the same regiment, the origin of the mismatched arm is well established.

In this instance both serial numbers are in the range to the 4th Wisconsin Volunteer Cavalry with the primary serial number of the carbine (that is the frame and barrel number) falling in the range of Co. K of that regiment.


As preservation of the history of this arm a copy of our research notes (to include a roster of Co. K) will be provided under our letterhead



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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5954: c.1840s - PATRIOTIC MILITIA figure -  WHISKEY FLASK

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c.1840s - PATRIOTIC MILITIA figure - WHISKEY FLASK This attractive light aqua hand blown whiskey bottle stands approximately 9 1/4 inches and sports the patriotic figure of a Mexican War era militiaman on its face. The calabash style flask sports a classic iron pontil and is topped by an applied mouth. The calabash shaped whiskey flask saw considerable popularity in the 1840s through the Civil War era with most surviving examples emanating from the later period. This early example with the Mexican War period military figure is offered as acquired with a painted collection inventory number on the base which could be easily removed. All original and period with no chips, cracks or condition issues this colorful patriotic flask will set well in any period grouping. 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 5951: Civil War / Indian Wars -  Pat. 1861 CURRY COMB

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Civil War / Indian Wars - Pat. 1861 CURRY COMB An outstanding example of the 19th century curry comb so well documented by Civil War site diggers who’s study and excavation efforts have served the collector community so well. Picked out of an accumulation of antique harness, grooming and other period horse barn gear, we have left this Wheeler Pat. 1861 curry comb as found and as is reflecting its excellent natural age condition. Most frequently associated with Cavalry by Civil War enthusiasts this Wheeler’s Patent equine tool with the main comb feature as a variation of the more common version will be of special interest . please note: ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques
 

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5907: Earlier through mid 1800s - CASED MEDICAL FLEAM

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Earlier through mid 1800s - CASED MEDICAL FLEAM With the exception of some age staining on its EVANS marked single blade, this tortoise shell mounted, folding medical fleam remains in excellent condition and remains in its original pressed paper mache case. A nice addition to any Mexican War / Civil War era medical grouping. 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 5956: Civil War vintage Condensed Milk Tin -  LIGHTING DEVICE

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Civil War vintage Condensed Milk Tin - LIGHTING DEVICE A candle holder as is with potential use as a finger lamp with the addition of a burner, this Civil War vintage make-do will occupy a special place in someone’s lighting device or personal item collection. Fashioned from a now rarely seen period condensed milk tin that, while showing good age and period originality, remains in excellent condition with all the telltale construction features that knowledgeable antique tin collectors like to see. Flat, lap seamed top and bottom with that telltale lead spot seal and lead soldered, side, lap seal, all offer good evidence of period construction of the Borden, Eagle Brand tin. A true example of the ingenuity of some skilled mid 1800s tin-knocker, the light gauge of the tinned sheet iron used to fashion the neck and finger loop modification tells us that the material used was likely cut from another milk can.
As a bit of history regarding the significance of Borden’s then ground breaking process of preserving milk: Gail Borden introduced Eagle Brand in 1856 to fight food poisoning and other illnesses related to lack of refrigeration and preservation techniques. Borden’s method of producing vacuum packed (thus the lead solder spot seal applied to the heated tin of condensed milk) cows milk quickly became popular as it offered a wide range of nutritional uses while being easily transported and stored without spoilage. The Civil War brought about Union Army contracts that made Borden’s condensed milk a nationally recognized commodity. With the vast majority having been used up and cast aside existing examples are a rare relic of 1850s / 1860s daily life.
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