From Our History Gallery Vignette, with Details of Each Piece
Top row, left to right:
Model 1872 Kepi
Brass Coronet Insignia
Dark blue wool body with tarred leather brim and leather strap with brass buttons.
Evidence of some very minor moth damage; interior has sweat band and no other lining. The brim stitching has been reinforced; there is a half-inch crack in leather close to brass button with other side having some thread loss. Losses to edge binding on brim, however...the hat displays well.
American Powder Mills Gun Powder Can
Boston, MA - SOLD
Abraham Lincoln Photograph - SOLD
Pistol, Bible And Grisaille Portrait Of Lieutenant William B. Hill
The bible worn in blouse pocket saved his life at New Bern
21st Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry
Never Before offered For Sale - SOLD
Bottom row, left to right:
Remington New Model Army Revolver
Rollin White Conversion, US markings
Dimensions: 13.75-inch overall length, 6.25-inch barrel length.
11th U.S. Infantry Regiment
Circa 1861 - 1862
Tintype of seated Union sergeant in frock coat, with shoulder scales...a Model 1858 McDowell pattern cap with "11" on the front rests on a table beside him, his buttons, scales and the numbers are picked out in gold, stamped brass mat, red plush interior, stamped leather case remains in excellent condition. (3.25-inches x 3.75-inches.)
GAR Canteen - SOLD
Dimensions: 4-inch diameter.
Quarter Plate Tintype
Soldier and Two Friends
Quarter plate tintype of soldier wearing shell jacket and trousers with stripe down sides seated beside two dapper civilian friends. The images mounted within a stamped brass mat, no case; very good condition. (4 ¼-inches x 3 ¼-inches in mat.)
If you are interested in buying any of these items, please call (978) 597-8084 or email David Hillier at firstname.lastname@example.org or Lynn Morin at email@example.com
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