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<b>Tupelo to Stones River</b>


By James Street Jr. and the Editors of Time Life Books. Published by Time Life Books, Alexandria, Va., 1985. Hardcover with embossed gray leatherette cover with full color illustration of the Civil War battle of Stones River, Tenn. Also has a U.S. and C.S. belt plate, stars, crossed cannons, swords and cannon balls with the title of the book printed in blue. The title is also printed in blue on the spine. Large 9 x 11 size, 176 pages, index, maps, profusely illustrated. Brand new condition.


The Cover: Federal troops supported by cannon fire surge across Stones River in pursuit of retreating Confederates on January 2, 1863. The intense fighting near Murfreesboro, Tennessee, climaxed a Confederate campaign to drive the Union army from Kentucky and central Tennessee, an effort that ended in frustration.  


<b>Colonel of the 18th Tennessee Infantry


Wounded five times during the War Between the States</b>


Born in Rutherford County, Tennessee, he was educated at Union University in Murfreesboro and was admitted to the bar in 1848. The following year he was elected to the state legislature, and was re-elected in 1851. He served as the mayor of Murfreesboro from 1855-59. At the outbreak of the war he raised a company of volunteers which became part of the 18th Tennessee Infantry with him being elected their colonel. He was captured at Fort Donelson, Tenn. and later exchanged. He fought gallantly at the battle of Murfreesboro where he was wounded three times. He was seriously wounded at the battle of Chickamauga and was unable to rejoin the army until the start of the Atlanta campaign. Once again he was wounded this time at Jonesboro, Ga. He was promoted to the rank of brigadier general to rank from November 15, 1864, and fought under General John Bell Hood during the bloody Franklin, Tenn. campaign. He commanded the Tennessee regiments in the Carolinas campaign, and fought at Bentonville. Palmer was paroled at Greensboro, North Carolina, on May 1, 1865. Following the surrender he marched the Tennessee troops home and quietly resumed his law practice. Although he was asked on numerous occasions to run for governor of Tennessee on the Democratic ticket, he refrained from getting involved in active politics.


Antique photograph, 2 1/2 x 4. Chest up view in Confederate uniform. No imprint. Circa late 1800's. This is the only known uniformed pose of General Palmer. Very fine. Scarce general to find any images of.  


<b>The War Begins</b>


By William C. Davis and the Editors of Time Life Books. Published by Time Life Books, Alexandria, Va., 1983. Hardcover with embossed gray leatherette cover with illustrations of a Union and Confederate soldier both holding their muskets. Also has U.S. and C.S. belt plates, stars, crossed cannons, swords and cannon balls with the title printed in blue. Title is also printed in blue on the spine. Large 9 x 11 size, 176 pages, index, maps, profusely illustrated. Brand new condition.


The Cover: Two young Americans, now enemy soldiers fighting for the Union (left) and the Confederacy (right), stand stiffly for portraits taken early in the Civil War. This was the first war to be covered in detail by the camera, and soldiers sent many pictures home as mementos.  


<b>Awarded the Medal of Honor for gallantry during the Civil War at the battle of Wilson's Creek, Mo., in 1861</b> 


(1836-1918) Wherry was awarded the Medal of Honor for distinguished gallantry at the battle of Wilson's Creek, Missouri, August 10, 1861. He was brevetted for gallantry for his actions in the Atlanta campaign, at Franklin and Nashville, Tenn., and at Wilmington, N.C., receiving promotion to brevet brigadier general, on March 13, 1865. He was the bearer of the rolls and terms of surrender of General Joseph E. Johnston's Army to Washington, D.C. He fought in the Spanish American War participating in the battle of San Juan Hill and the capture of Santiago.


<u>Document Signed</u>: 6 1/4 x 9 1/2, imprint, signed in ink. 


Headquarters Military Division of the Pacific, 


San Francisco, Cal., January 13, 1872


Special Orders, No. 11 


Sergeant F.B. Pilling, Signal Service, is hereby granted a furlough for thirty days on surgeon's certificate.


Private Henry Hensley, Company "L," 2d U.S. Artillery, is detailed to perform Sergeant Pillings duties during his absence.

 

By Order Of Major General Schofield


J.C. KELTON, 

Assistant Adjutant General


Official:

Wm. M. Wherry

Aide-de-Camp 


Excellent, large ink signature, Wm. M. Wherry, 


Rubber stamped in blue at bottom right of the document, Capt. G.C. Smith, San Francisco, Jan. 15, 1872.


Addressed in red ink at bottom left, G.C. Smith, A.Q.M.


Light age toning and wear.

The Struggle For Tennessee $10.00

 

Photograph, General Joseph B. Palmer $35.00

 

Brother Against Brother $15.00

 

Autograph, General William M. Wherry




<b>Confederate officer who was captured in 1864 during the War Between The States


United States Senator from Virginia</b>


(1844-90) Born in Shenandoah County, Virginia, he fought with the 10th Virginia Infantry and the 23rd Virginia Cavalry during the War Between The States. He was captured on May 14, 1864, at Edinburg, Va., and subsequently confined in  Antheneum Military Prison, in Wheeling, West Virginia, at Camp Chase, Ohio, Point Lookout, Maryland, and Fort McHenry, Maryland prisons. After the war he was editor of the Tenth Legion Banner; he studied law, was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Woodstock, Va.; served as a member of the Virginia State House of Delegates, 1871-75; was the Commonwealth Attorney of Shenandoah County, 1876-80; was a member of the Virginia State Senate, 1879-82; was editor of the Shenandoah Democrat and later of the Virginian at Woodstock; served as presidential elector on the Democratic ticket in 1876; and was a U.S. Senator, 1883-89.


<u>Signature</u>: 4 3/4 x 1/2, in ink, H.H. Riddleberger. Light age toning.   


<b>"I propose to fight it out on this line if it takes all summer." General Ulysses S. Grant, 1864 Wilderness campaign</b>




Time Life Books, Richmond, Va., 1998. 10 1/4 x 10 1/4, hardcover with dust jacket, 168 pages, illustrated, index. New condition.


This book is by and of the soldiers who experienced the savage struggles of the 1864 Wilderness campaign. Through their words and images you can relive the intense emotions, the terrifying rush of events, the horrors-and even the humor-of this bloody saga. You hold in your hands an album of personal recollections, embellished with drawings, maps, photographs of artifacts, and especially images of the officers and men who witnessed the campaign firsthand.


This excellent book is a testament of the mutual destruction that took place in the hell of Virginia's tangled Wilderness. As you look into the eyes and read the words of the soldiers who fought there, perhaps you will be able to better understand the extremes of gallantry, cruelty, and stoicism the soldiers put on display. 


On the cover: After five weeks of campaigning in the Wilderness, Ulysses S. Grant poses  for a Brady & Co. photographer in front of his tent near Cold Harbor, Virginia, in June 1864. Grant wears the insignia of a lieutenant general, a rank that carried with it command of all Union armies.  


<b>A private of the 37th Mississippi Infantry</b>


8 1/4 x 13 1/2, two sided, imprinted form, filled out in ink. Form No. 6. Application for Indigent Widow of Soldier or Sailor of the late Confederacy. For Mrs. Harriet F. Davis 64 years old, who is residing in Jasper County, Mississippi. Her husband was William S. Davis, who served in Captain B.F. Loper's Co., Company H, 37th Mississippi Regiment, (The Jasper Avengers) with the regiment being commanded by Colonel Orlando S. Holland. The document further states that Private Davis served in the Confederate army for about 3 years and surrendered at Greensboro, N.C. in 1865, and he died on October 1, 1901. Bears numerous signatures including members of the board and T.Q. Brame, the Chancery Clerk, with the embossed seal of the Chancery Court of Jasper County, with vignette of an eagle sitting on an olive branch with arrows in its talons.  


Accompanying the pension document is a letter written in ink on a piece of 5 1/8 x 8 1/2 lined stationary. 


Lumberton, Miss.

8/18/16


Mr. T.Q. Brame, 

Bay Springs, Miss.


Dear Sir:


I am living in Lumberton now and expect to make this my home as far as I know.


Yours Truly,

H.F. Davis


Light age toning and wear. Both items have a hole at the top of the paper. Archival tape repair on one of the folds on the reverse of the application document.


Private William S. Davis served with Co. H, 37th Mississippi Infantry, 1862-65. 


The 37th Mississippi Infantry, saw action at Iuka, Corinth, Perryville, Vicksburg, the Atlanta campaign, and the Nashville campaign, to name a few places.      


<b>United States Senator from Connecticut</b>


(1879-1905) Born in Washington, Litchfield County, Conn., he studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1850, and commenced practice in Towanda, Pa., and then Meriden, Conn. He was clerk of the State senate, 1855-56; secretary of the State of Connecticut, 1857; member of the State senate, 1861-62; member of the State house of representatives, 1864 and 1869, serving as speaker in the latter year; State's attorney for New Haven County, 1877-79; and served as U.S. Senator, from 1879 until his death in 1905. During his time in the senate he served as the chairman on the Committee on Patents, and as a member on the Committee on Pensions, the Committee on Territories, the Committee on Cuban Relations, and the Committee on the Judiciary. 


<u>Signature</u>: 3 3/4 x 1/2, in ink, O.H. Platt.

Autograph, Harrison H. Riddleberger $25.00

 

Voices of the Civil War, The Wilderness $20.00

 

Pension Application For Widow of Decease $25.00

 

Autograph, Orville H. Platt $8.00




<b>The Valley Campaign of 1864</b>


By Thomas A. Lewis and the Editors of Time Life Books. Published by Time Life Books, Alexandria, Va., 1987. Hardcover with embossed gray leatherette cover with color illustration of Union General Philip H. Sheridan on horseback. Also has U.S. and C.S. belt plates, stars, crossed cannons, swords and cannon balls with the title printed in blue. Title is also printed in blue on the spine. Large 9 x 11 size, 176 pages, index, maps, profusely illustrated. Brand new condition.


The Cover: Major General Philip H. Sheridan gallops past a line of cheering Union soldiers in this heroic rendition of his storied, 20 mile ride from Winchester, Virginia, to the battlefield at Cedar Creek, on October 19, 1864. Sheridan's dramatic appearance infused his army with renewed spirit, turning a Federal retreat into a victory that ended Confederate control of the Shenandoah Valley.  This attractive little powder horn measures approximately 9 inches from base to spout and presents that beautiful cream coloration that collectors of early horns appreciate.  The color is especially well set off by the horns multiple flat panels tapering toward the rich chocolate colored spout.  The horn remains in pleasing all original condition with no cracks and only a minor bit of worming from the inside (no holes) as evidence of age and originality.  A nice companion piece to lay with a flintlock or early percussion shoulder arm this pretty old powder horn hang well with a period hunting bag.  <B>Buy with confidence! </B><I>  We are pleased to offer a <B><U>no questions asked</U> three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales!</B> <I>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.</I>  <FONT COLOR=#0000FF>Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! </FONT COLOR=#0000FF>  Our photos will likely do best to describe this attractive old brass fife.  Untouched with a mellow age patina this piece measures just over 14 inches and will make a good <I>player</I> for a real fifer.  <B>Don't forget to give our search feature a try</B> for special wants. A simple <B>key word</B> in lower case works best. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !!  


<b>With 1861 M.B. Brady imprint on the front mount</b>


(1826-85) Graduated in the West Point class of 1846 and fought in the Mexican War. Hailed at the beginning of the Civil War as the "Young Napoleon," he proved to be a brilliant military organizer, administrator, and trainer of men, but an officer totally lacking in the essential qualities of successful command of large forces in battle. He saw action at Rich Mountain, W.V., in the 1862 Virginia Peninsular campaign and at the battle of Antietam, the bloodiest single day in American history. He was defeated for the presidency in 1864 by Abraham Lincoln.


Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/8 x 4 card. Standing view in uniform with rank of major general, striking a Napoleonic pose. Imprint on the front mount, Gen'l Geo. B. McClellan, Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1861, by M.B. Brady, in the Clerks office of the District Court of the District of Columbia. Backmark: E. Anthony, New York, made from a photographic negative from Brady's National Portrait Gallery. Sticker of McAllister Brother, 728 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia on the reverse.

The Shenandoah in Flames $15.00

 

nice early carved POWDER HORN $65.00

 

antique BRASS FIFE $75.00

 

CDV, General George B. McClellan $125.00




<b>News of the War of 1812 with reports from General William Henry Harrison</b>


4 pages. The articles include news about the Maryland and New Jersey Elections; Ad for a portrait of the late Captain James Lawrence, U.S.N.; Reward for the apprehension of a deserter from the 38th Regiment U.S. Infantry signed in print by Captain John Brookes of the same regiment; news from Upper Marlborough, and Prince George's County, Maryland; lengthy article about Geography; General Harrison's Victory which includes a very lengthy letter (3 1/2 columns) from Major General William Henry Harrison to Secretary of War, General John Armstrong that is signed in print by General Harrison with a woodcut engraving of a spread winged eagle and U.S. shield at the top of the column; General Orders of Debarkation of the March and Battle written from Head-Quarters onboard the U.S. Schooner Ariel (this a lengthy article signed in print by Edmund P. Gaines, Col. Adjt. Gen.); Chaucery's Running Fight (this is another lengthy article and it is from Comm. Chauncery to the Secretary of the Navy, William Jones); the United States Ship General Pike, off Niagra, signed in print by Isaac Chauncery; Anglo-American Politics; the American War and more. Light age toning, edge wear and chipping at the bound part of the newspaper with some very slight paper loss, there are splits at places in the centerfold when the newspaper is fully opened, and a few small light stains. Overall the paper is in very solid condition with no apparent tears. Very interesting War of 1812 newspaper highlighted by battle news from Major General William Henry Harrison, future ninth president of the United States.


WBTS Trivia: The late Captain Lawrence mentioned above was Captain James Lawrence of the United States Navy. He was the commander of the warship U.S.S. Chesapeake during the War of 1812. He was mortally wounded in action against the British warship HMS Shannon. It was during this battle that Lawrence repeatedly gave his now immortal order, "Don’t give up the ship...Fight her till she sinks" and "Tell them to fire faster, don’t give up the ship."


The Battle of the Thames was a decisive American victory in the War of 1812 against Great Britain and its Indian allies in Tecumseh's Confederacy. It took place on October 5, 1813 in Upper Canada, near Chatham, Ontario. The British lost control of western Ontario as a result of the battle. Tecumseh was killed and his Confederacy largely fell apart.       


(1823-73) Graduated in the West Point class of 1843. He fought in the Mexican War earning two brevets (Monterey & Cerro Gordo) for gallantry. He was appointed lieutenant colonel in the Regular Confederate Army in early 1861. Commanded a cavalry brigade at the battle of Shiloh, and was promoted to brigadier general, April 11, 1862. During Bragg's invasion of Kentucky, he commanded a brigade in General Polk's corps. Gardner was placed in command of the Mississippi River stronghold, at Port Hudson, La., which he was forced to surrender in July 1863. After his exchange in August 1864, he served in Mississippi under General Dick Taylor. He spent his post war years as a planter in Louisiana.


Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/8 x 4 card. Bust view in Confederate uniform. No backmark. Tiny piece of the top left corner of the mount is chipped off. Small ink mark at upper right corner well away from the subject. There are several very tiny pin pricks to the card's surface some of which do touch upon Gardner's face and beard. They are barely visible to the naked eye but seen under magnification. There is an ink ID on the reverse, "Gen. Hood" which is incorrect. Age toning, light soiling, and wear. Scarce.  


<b>United States Civil War Congressman


One of the managers appointed to conduct the impeachment proceedings against President Andrew Johnson!


United States Senator from Iowa</b>


(1828-95) Born in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, he studied law, was admitted to the bar in 1851, and practiced in Newark, Ohio, and in Fairfield, Jefferson County, Iowa. He was a member of the constitutional convention of Iowa in 1857; served in the Iowa State House of Representatives in 1857, and the State Senate, from 1859-61, being its president in 1861. He was a U.S. Congressman during the Civil War and Reconstruction, serving from 1861-69. Served as chairman on the Committee on the Judiciary. He was one of the managers appointed by the U.S. House of Representatives in 1868 to conduct the impeachment proceedings against President Andrew Johnson. He declined the appointment of U.S. Secretary of State in the administration of President Ulysses S. Grant. Instead he accepted Grant's appointment as government director of the Union Pacific Railroad serving in this position for 8 years. Served as U.S. Senator, 1883-95, being the chairman of the Committee on Mines and Mining. He also served as a member of the Committee on Expenditures of Public Money; the Committee on Revision of the Laws of the United States; and the Committee on Education and Labor.


<u>Signature</u>: 4 x 3/4, in ink, James F. Wilson. Cut slightly irregular. Very desirable President Johnson impeachment related autograph.         


<b>2nd Maine Infantry


Colonel 80th U.S. Colored Troops


Autographed carte de visite</b>


(1837-99) Born in Northport, Maine. He enlisted on May 28, 1861, as a private, and was mustered into the 2nd Maine Infantry. Promoted to 1st lieutenant, Sept. 9, 1861; captain, July 15, 1862; mustered out of the regiment on June 9, 1863. Commissioned lieutenant colonel, 80th U.S. Colored Troops, on Sept. 1, 1863; promoted to colonel, Mar. 7, 1865, brevet brigadier general, Mar. 13, 1865; mustered out of the service on Mar. 1, 1867.


Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 1/2 x 4 card. Standing view in uniform with rank of 1st lieutenant, and wearing gauntlets and U.S. eagle belt plate. Boldly signed in ink on the front mount, With the regards of W.S. Mudgett. No backmark. Corners of the mount are trimmed. Small piece of the albumen print has chipped off at the upper right corner. This does not affect the subject. Light age toning and wear. Very fine content. Rare.

National Intelligencer, Washington City, $35.00

 

CDV, General Franklin Gardner $75.00

 

Autograph, James F. Wilson $25.00

 

CDV, General William S. Mudgett $150.00

H 24in. x W 24in. x D 12in.  H 14in. x W 59in. x W 11in.  H 7in. x W 10in. x D 13in.  H 64in. x D 24in.

CUSTOM WALL SCONCE $0.00

 

OLD GAS PUMP LIGHT $0.00

 

BARN LIGHTS $0.00

 

ANTIQUE BRASS CHANDELIER $0.00

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 <B>Age 9 years – 1864 – Ketton School</B>.  Found in New Hampshire, a rudimentary search offered a U. S. Census record of Emma listed as <I>Emma Jane Andrew</I> born <I>about</I> 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 <I>three Rs</I>,   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 and<I>keeping house</I>.  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.  <B>Buy with confidence! </B><I>  We are pleased to offer a <B><U>no questions asked</U> three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales!</B> <I>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.</I>  <FONT COLOR=#0000FF>Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! </FONT COLOR=#0000FF>


 Found in a period paper ephemera lot, these approximately 2 5/8 X 3 3/8 inch <B><I>Sheffield Superior Patent Cutlery</I></B> and 2 13/16 inch <B><I>SAMUEL BAILEY & Co. - SHEFFIELD Superior - POCKET KNIVES</B></I> labels are entirely original and remain in fine, unused condition.  A rare find from one of the several British cutlers who made the name Sheffield synonymous with quality in early and mid-19th century America, these labels will be of special interest to knife collectors and will display well applied to a proper period pasteboard box or simply laid out or framed just as they are.   A bit of an enigma as a cutler Samuel Bailey (1791-1870) is best known as a controversial British philosophical writer.  Born to Joseph Bailey and Mary [Eadon] Bailey, upon finishing his education Samuel entered the family firm, <B>Eadon, Bailey & Co.</B>   As a member of his uncle and father’s cutlery business <U>Samuel Bailey  was one of the first Sheffield merchant cutlers to visited America in order to establish business connections in this country.</U>  It was after the firm of Eadon, Bailey & Co. was dissolved in 1813 that the cutlery firm of Samuel Bailey & Co. came into being, marketing <I>Superior Patent Cutlery</I> such as pocket knives, razors, scissors &c.  Little known today, Samuel Bailey & Co. existed only between sometime after 1813 and the later 1820’s  when Samuel Bailey cashed in his accumulated  fortune as a cutlery merchant and founded the Sheffield Banking Company in 1831.  After his failed effort to gain a place in parliament in 1835 Bailey turned to a reclusive life and is primarily remembered today as an author of books on political and ethical subjects valued by a select few.  He was never married and died in 1870 leaving his property to the town.  As with <U>all direct sales</U>, we are pleased to offer a <B>no questions asked three day inspection with refund of the purchase price upon return as purchased!</B> <FONT COLOR=#0000FF>Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! </FONT COLOR=#0000FF>  This work is  taken from a massive multi volume hand written and illustrated daily account set down by Major John Mead Gould of the  1st, 10th & 29th Maine Volunteer Infantry.  Carefully  transcribed  by historian Wm. Jordan from the originals in our personal collection  with extensive footnotes, chapter introductions and index by nationally noted Civil War scholar Richard A. Sauers,   this quality 8 ½ X 11inch, 574 page hard bound book is extensively illustrated with Major. Gould’s period drawings and vintage photographs from our personal collection and the regimental collection of Nicholas Picerno.    In his Civil War News review  Ethan Rafuse states in part:   Researchers looking for a common soldier’s perspective on life in camp, Banks retreat from Winchester, the battle of Cedar Mountain, Maryland and Red River Campaigns and Sheridan’s 1864 operations in the Shenandoah Valley will be hard pressed to find primary sources, published or unpublished that match the value of this observant (and quotable) young staff officer’s writings.   In our thirty (plus) years of avid interest  and almost daily contact with Civil War material,  we have considered  acquisition of Major Gould’s journals from his descendant, the sharing of his colorful first hand  account via this quality publication by Butternut & Blue and finally placement of the originals in the Maine Historical Society collection, a highlight  of our years in the field.  An enjoyable read and a wonderful reference with limited availability.  


 H 72in. x D 56in.

1864 Dated – SCHOOLGIRL SAMPLER $225.00

 

two c. 1820 / early 1830 era Samuel Bail $65.00

 

CIVIL WAR JOURNALS OF JOHN MEAD GOULD 18 $50.00

 

RUSTY BARN LIGHT X5 $0.00

Remaining in nice condition save a small <I>scuff</I> in the emulsion (above the tree line on the right) were calling this 1/2 plate tintype <I>post</I>-Civil War simply because the ambulance wagon is unmarked and seems to be in civilian surroundings.  Though the scene may be Civil War vintage, it seems more likely that the wagon is a, period common, post war repurposing via army surplus.  A second wagon visible behind the first appears to be of the same design though of lighter color.   An interesting outdoor view who’s history and circumstance has unfortunately been lost in time.  <B>Buy with confidence! </B><I>  We are pleased to offer a <B><U>no questions asked</U> three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales!</B> <I>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.</I>  <FONT COLOR=#0000FF>Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! </FONT COLOR=#0000FF>  Well documented by Civil War site <I>digger</I> historians and period print advertisement, it seems that these little die stamped tin containers saw common use once the original content was used up.  Seldom seen in any kind of condition save partial excavated examples, these little boxes made handy containers for stamps, thread, salt or anything that would fit.  Listed in Civil War vintage Boston directories, <I>Redding & Co.</I> marketed their <B>RUSSIAN SALVE</B> (composed of bee wax, perfumed oil and glycerin) as <I> a <I>pain extractor</I> that <I> reduces the most angry-looking swellings and inflammations, heals sores, wounds, burns, scalds, etc. as if by magic.</I> [ 1864 Harpers Weekly ] This original example with its military motif REDDING & Co. lid remains in excellent condition and will make a nice addition to any Civil War personal or medical cure groping.  <B>Don't forget to give our search feature a try</B> for special wants. A simple <B>key word</B> in lower case works best. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !!  A product of Sheffield cutler <B>Joseph Lingard</B> whose name is seen on all manner of quality mid 19th century cutlery from the finest American market bowie knives to medical and special purpose tools from sheers, tweezers and a number of specialized combination tools such as this knife, thread cuter, seam pick, and textile tweezer, tailor / seamstress tool.  An especially nice companion piece in any period sewing basket or Civil War vintage textile / tailor grouping.  A specialized piece seldom seen.  <B>Don't forget to give our search feature a try</B> for special wants. A simple <B>key word</B> in lower case works best. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !!


 H 20in. x D 12in.

½ plate post-Civil War era tintype – ARM $175.00

 

original! Redding & Co. Boston – RUSSIA $65.00

 

mid 1800s -Joseph Lingard, Sheffield – $55.00

 

Classic pendant copper fixture $0.00

H 24in. x D 8in.  44in. x D 10in.  H 22in. x D 12in.  


<b>Signed by soldier of the 12th Massachusetts Infantry who was severely wounded in action at Gettysburg!</b>


8 1/4 x 9 3/4, imprinted form, filled out in ink.


Headquarters Department of Massachusetts,

Grand Army Of The Republic,

657 Washington St. (red rubber stamp address) stamped on top of the crossed out address of 12 Pemberton Square, Room 18.


Boston, May 20th, 1890


Special Order

No. 23


In accordance with Chap. II, Art. II, Section 3, Rules and Regulations, a dispensation is hereby granted to Gettysburg Post 191 G.A.R. to enable the investigating committee that may be appointed at the next regular meeting of the Post to report upon application for membership that may be referred to them at the same meeting. 


By Command of

George H. Innis

Department Commander


A.C. Moore

Assistant Adjutant General


Light age toning and wear.


George H. Innis was a 21 year old baker from Boston, when he enlisted as a private, on August 16, 1862, and was mustered into the 10th Massachusetts Light Artillery. He was mustered out of the U.S. service on June 9, 1865.


Alfred C. Monroe, was a 20 year old shoemaker from Weymouth, Ma., when he enlisted on June 26, 1861, as a private, and was mustered into Co. H, 12th Massachusetts Infantry. He was seriously wounded in action during the battle of Gettysburg, on July 1, 1863. The wound to his left arm was so severe that it resulted in the amputation of his arm. He was discharged as a result of his wound on October 19, 1863.

Foyer light $0.00

 

Deco pendant light $0.00

 

Petite porcelain light $0.00

 

Headquarters Department of Massachusetts $25.00

H 60in. x D 46in.  Found in among our accumulated <I>cultch</I> this neat old bar set is clearly out of our usual time period but full of character such that we couldn’t resist it.  All in nice condition yet with good age, while the figures depict an earlier time, we’d guess this hand carved from native white pine bar set dates to the 1920s or 30s.  The tallest figure stands approximately 7 ¼ inches.  Aside from the above, our  photo illustrations will speak best for this wonderful folk art carved and painted bar set.  <B>Buy with confidence! </B><I>  We are pleased to offer a <B><U>no questions asked</U> three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales!</B> <I>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.</I>  <FONT COLOR=#0000FF>Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! </FONT COLOR=#0000FF>  Popularly used into the early post-Civil War years, primarily due to inexpensive and readily available fuel in the form of animal fat, lard and even strained cooking grease, the Ufford <I>GREASE</I> lamp clearly saw considerable use in many a country farmhouse and undoubtably offered up lighting on more than a single Civil War winter camp table.  It would be there that the obtainable fuel would be especially appreciated.  Fashioned from tinned sheet iron with a 6 3/4 inch diameter base the lamp stands approximately 7 inches with an applied brass label; <B> S. N. & H. C. UFFORD. / 113 COURT ST. / BOSTON / KINNEARS PATENT / FEB. 4. 1851</B> this example offers good evidence of age with plenty of period use yet remains solid and in pleasing condition.  As is our usual practice we have left this neat old lamp as found, leaving the decision to carefully clean it up to the new owner.  (We’d leave it pure, just as put away.)  .  As with <U>all direct sales</U>, we are pleased to offer a <B>no questions asked three day inspection with refund of the purchase price upon return as purchased!</B> <FONT COLOR=#0000FF>Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! </FONT COLOR=#0000FF>


 A scarce <U>first patent example</U> of the much more frequently encountered later Pat. 1861 / 1864 variation with pen holder, this earlier <B>Patent June 4, 1861</B> inkwell remains in excellent all original and as found condition after decades of attic storage.  The spun brass base measures approximately 5 inches in diameter with a glass ink reservoir set in with a patent dated hinged pewter top.  With pleasing evidence of period use and an attractive age patina that comes to brass only with time this piece even retains its original plaster base filling.  A nice piece for display or use this piece will go especially well as a period writing instrument companion. <B>Buy with confidence! </B><I>  We are pleased to offer a <B><U>no questions asked</U> three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales!</B> <I>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.</I>  Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!

HUGE INDUSTRIAL / BARN LIGHTS $0.00

 

folk-art carved BAR SET $245.00

 

Pat. 1851 GREASE LAMP by S. N. & H. C. U $165.00

 

Civil War era Pat. June 4, 1861 – INKWEL

This  neat looking Civil War vintage stoneware master ink is approximately 2.25 inches in diameter and stands about 5.5 inches high.  It remains in excellent condition with no cracks or damage and retains all of its’ original glaze.  This master ink is nicely maker marked GEORGE SKEY – WILNECOTE – TAMWORTH.  George Skey established his stoneware works in Tamworth in 1860 and quickly became a world leader in the manufacture of all manner of stoneware containers.  His stoneware beer bottles will offer Civil War collectors the most prevalent example of his product.  Of special interest is the period label <B>SUPERIOR BLACK INK  PREPARED BY E. S. CURTIS, BOSTON</B>. The Society of Inkwell Collectors advises that E. S. Curtis appears in historical directories for the years 1847-1848 and made powdered ink only. Its customers were given instructions for mixing and filling stoneware and glass containers. E. S. Curtis also supplied labels to be applied to their customers' bottles.  <B>Don't forget to give our search feature a try</B> for special wants.  A simple <B>key word</B> in lower case works best. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!  H 89in. x W 38in. x D 35in.  H 22in. X D 12in.  H 7 in. X D 12in.

mid 19th century E. S. CURTIS - MASTER I $125.00

 

OTIS ELEVATOR VINTAGE $0.00

 

Pair hanging lights $0.00

 

Crystal flush mount light $0.00




<b>1864 Democratic Presidential Candidate</b> 


(1826-85) Graduated in the West Point class of 1846 and fought in the Mexican War. Hailed at the beginning of the Civil War as the "Young Napoleon," he proved to be a brilliant military organizer, administrator, and trainer of men, but an officer totally lacking in the essential qualities of successful command of large forces in battle. He saw action at Rich Mountain, West Virginia, in the 1862 Virginia Peninsular campaign and at the battle of Antietam, the bloodiest single day in American history. He was defeated for the presidency in 1864 by Abraham Lincoln.


Wet plate, albumen carte de visite photograph, mounted to 2 3/8 x 4 card. Seated view in uniform wih rank of major general. Artistic pose of "Little Mac" seated with his back to the camera. Backmark: J.W. Black, 163 & 173 Washington Street, Boston, and So. Turo St. Opp. Naval Academy, Newport, R.I. Period ink inscription [not in McClellan's hand] on the reverse, Mg. Gen. G.B. McClellan, U.S.A. Light age toning. Very fine. Scarce pose.  


T-66. Richmond, Feb. 17, 1864. Bust view of Confederate President Jefferson Davis. Fancy blue reverse. Crisp note that is in about uncirculated condition. 

 


<b>Journalist, Famous Poet and U.S. Army officer during the Civil War


Civil War Date Document Signed</b>


(1826-1904) Born near Penn Yan, New York, he moved with his parents to Ohio in 1840. He studied law with Thomas Corwin, was admitted to the bar in 1856, and practiced in Cincinnati as a partner of Thomas Spooner. However, a few years earlier, he had written a poem titled, "Rain on the Roof," which first appeared in the Cincinnati Great West. Its extraordinary merit was instantly recognized and the seeds of a literary pursuit had been sown in Kinney's heart. He gave up the law and became editor of The West Liberty Banner. He later became editor of a literary magazine called the Genius of the West. When the Civil War broke out he was elected captain of a company that was raised in Greene County, but before he could be mustered in, President Lincoln, through the recommendation of Salmon P. Chase, appointed Kinney, Major & Paymaster, U.S. Army. He was commissioned on June 1, 1861, and he served throughout the war being mustered out of service on November 15, 1865, with the rank of brevet lieutenant colonel. After the war he became owner and editor of the Xenia Torchlight, and was subsequently the editor of the Cincinnati Times, and he also wrote for the Ohio State Journal. He later became owner and editor of the Springfield Globe Republic. He was elected as a delegate of the Republican National Convention in Chicago that nominated Ulysses S. Grant for president, and served as the Ohio State Secretary for the convention. He served as an Ohio State Senator, 1882-83. Kinney's career in civil and military life entitles him to the high rank that Ohio has given him among her distinguished sons. His attainments as a classical student, critic and thinker, exhibited by his strong, clear writings in prose, and his eloquent speeches, give him a high position among American scholars, writers and orators. But his reputation rests mainly on his extraordinary originality as a poet. His "Rain on the Roof," "Emma Stuart," "End of the Rainbow," "Discontent," "Threnody," belong to popular literature. A volume titled, "Lyrics of the Ideal and the Real," contain some of his best productions. Source: Dictionary of American Biography. 


<u>Civil War Date Document Signed</u>: 8 x 3, imprinted check with female figure holding sword and shield, filled out in ink.


Cincinnati, Ohio, Octr. 15, 1864. Third National Bank of Cincinnati, Designated Depositary of the U.S. Pay to W.H. Scott, Jr., or bearer, One Hundred & Twenty seven and 30/100 Dollars. $127.30. Coates Kinney, Paymaster, U.S.A. Small punch hole cancellation at the center. Very fine.      Fashioned from a stout tree branch, steamed and bent to form a classic cane grip, the significances of the natural shaft has unfortunately been lost in time baring some additional research.   Fortunate for the collector / historian though is a silver band classically engraved <I><B>Col. Jos. A. Gerk     St. Louis</I></B>.  Born in 1876 of German immigrants, the native Missourian recorded <I>No</I> in response to the 1930 US Census inquiry, <I>Attended School?</I> yet he owned a <I>Radio Set</I> and could record his occupation as <B><I>Chief of Police</I></B> St Louis, Missouri. Our research found that Gerk worked his way up through the ranks to serve as Chief of Police from April 9, 1925 to October 1, 1934. An outstanding piece of Americana from <I>The Gateway To The West</I> in a time when the Chief of Police would have had some stories to tell.  <B>Buy with confidence! </B><I>  We are pleased to offer a <B><U>no questions asked</U> three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales!</B> <I>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.</I>  <FONT COLOR=#0000FF>Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! </FONT COLOR=#0000FF>

CDV, General George B. McClellan $125.00

 

1864 Confederate $50 Note $75.00

 

Autograph, Lieutenant Colonel Coates Kin $25.00

 

Inscribed cane of Col. Joseph A. Gerk – $350.00

Another <I>find</I> from a corner cleanout, we have owned this wonderful old dovetailed Winchester Repeating Arms Co. ammo box for years using it at antique shows to hold <I>for sale</I> paper ephemera.  (It served as a TV stand on a bedroom dresser for the last 15 years or so.)  Any way this attractive old ammo box is constructed of 9/19 inch thick pine, dovetailed at the corners and measuring 11 ¾ x 9 3/8 x 6 5/8 inches high.  The eye appealing old ammunition box shows good natural age color with good evidence of originality and use while remining in eye pleasing, solid condition.   Marked on both sides; <B>Small Arms Ammunition / Metallic Cartridges / Winchester Repeating Arms Co. / New Haven, Conn. U. S. A.</B> and on both ends; <B>Winchester / 5,000 / .32 Short Rim. / Blank</B> all in that period <I>impressed</I> print that is pressed into the wood.  A classic round first introduced in 1861 for use in the popular new Smith & Wesson Number 2 revolver that was so widely used as a private purchase side arm in the Civil War, the .32 Short, Rim Fire remained popular as a revolver and light rifle cartridge for years.  Usually repurposed till they fell apart and ended up as kindling, the survival of these heavy old ammunition boxes was quite limited making them a popular but difficult to obtain favorite among antique and obsolete ammunition collectors.  An attractive display item.   <B>Buy with confidence! </B><I>  We are pleased to offer a <B><U>no questions asked</U> three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales!</B> <I>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.</I>  <FONT COLOR=#0000FF>Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! </FONT COLOR=#0000FF>


 Another product of last winter’s clean out, we have had this wonderful old period coffee pot for years but it is time to make some room.  Well documented in style and construction by Civil War site <I>diggers</I> and the existence of such in the Steamboat Berterand (sunk on the Missouri River in 1865) excavation collection, this example stands approximately 8 inches from base to mouth, offers period construction characteristics and good evidence of period originality and age by virtue of an attractive natural patina on outer surfaces that comes to tinned sheet iron only after decades.  Of particular note with all this is that when we remove the lid and inspect the interior, we find that it remains <U>nearly as new</U>!   With no dents, rust, or other condition issues yet with convincing evidence of age, this wonderfully preserved period pot appears never to have been used!  An outstanding addition to any period collection.  <B>Buy with confidence! </B><I>  We are pleased to offer a <B><U>no questions asked</U> three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales!</B> <I>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.</I>  <FONT COLOR=#0000FF>Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! </FONT COLOR=#0000FF>  With good evidence of having been well smoked in the period yet remaining in nice, all original condition with no chips, cracks or repairs, this period clay tobacco pipe features a gaming motif with figures of playing card suits in panels around its circumference.  Additional panel figures include drinking goblets, crossed baseball bats with balls and one panel offers <I>10-pin</> implements (a crude version of lawn or outdoor bowling of some popularity in the period).  All is set off by an age patina with original decorative lanyard, cherry wood stem and period classic horn mouth piece.  A neat item that will spark the interest of tobacciana, gaming and Civil War personal item collectors as well as enthusiasts of  early American baseball.  <B>Buy with confidence! </B><I>  We are pleased to offer a <B><U>no questions asked</U> three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales!</B> <I>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.</I>  <FONT COLOR=#0000FF>Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! :</FONT COLOR=#0000FF>


 This unused 19th century paper box label is uncut measuring 7 ½ inches X 15 inches was printed for cutting to produce box end labels for the  <B>The Patent Expansion Lamp Shade</B><I> with White’s Improvements</I>, <B> Mfg. By Woodsum & Co., Boston, Mass.</B> The labels picture the lamp shade installed on an oil lamp and collapsed.  A neat item for the antique lighting enthusiast.  <B>Buy with confidence! </B><I>  We are pleased to offer a <B><U>no questions asked</U> three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales!</B> <I>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.</I>  <FONT COLOR=#0000FF>Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! </FONT COLOR=#0000FF>

Winchester Repeating Arm Co. – 5, 000 - .

 

exceptionally nice condition! Civil War $125.00

 

Civil War era - gaming theme – Tobacco P $325.00

 

3rd quarter 19th century - Patent Expans $30.00

This offering will fall in the <I>who cares?</I> category (especially at 50 bucks a pop!) for all but the antique writing instrument collector or the mid-19th century personal item enthusiast who appreciates the rarity of the many every day personal items, common in their day but seldom surviving.  This rare example remains <I>as new</I>and in out of the box condition while offering good evidence of age and period originality.  Guaranteed to please this rarely surviving writing instrument was fashioned from raw, unfinished, red cedar with the clearly period attachment of its vulcanized rubber eraser.  Our photo illustrations will offer the best description short of holding the pencil in your hand.  I suppose the origin of the common pencil, fitted with a rubber eraser has not been the subject of crushing interest but for those who care, it all began in 1839 when Charles Goodyear developed a method of curing raw rubber called vulcanization.  Aside from making his name common to today’s Civil War era rubber goods collectors, (see: <I>India-Rubber & Gutta-Percha In The Civil War Era</I> by Mike Woshner ) the application of Goodyear’s process gave the now durable product wide application potential with the rubber eraser becoming just one of innumerable uses for Goodyear’s vulcanized rubber.  The idea of permanently mounting a rubber eraser on the end of a common wood and graphite pencil first occurred just prior to the Civil War when in 1858 Hymen Lipman of Philadelphia received the first patent for attaching an eraser to the end of a pencil.  In 1862, Lipman sold his patent for $100,000 !  <B>Buy with confidence! </B><I>  We are pleased to offer a <B><U>no questions asked</U> three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales!</B> <I>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.</I>  <FONT COLOR=#0000FF>Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! </FONT COLOR=#0000FF>


 An outstanding example of a very scares Civil War sword, this quality, all original <U>war time</U> 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, <U>high-relief</U> cast and <U>chased</U> 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 <U>post-Civil War</U> version by Harold Peterson in his classic reference <I>The American Sword 1775 – 1945</I>.)  Established by War Dept. General Order #21 on August 28, 1860, the Mod. 1860 S & F sword was prescribed for <U>optional wear</U>buy 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 <U>Ames ultimately delivered only <B>249</B> swords of this model</U> 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 <U><I>speculative</I></U> (see: Ron Hickox: <I>Collectors Guide to Ames U. S. Contract Military Edged Weapons</I>)  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 <U> elliptical in cross section</U> <B>()</B> while the later version is diamond shaped <B><></B> 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.  <B>Buy with confidence! </B><I>  We are pleased to offer a <B><U>no questions asked</U> three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales!</B> <I>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.</I>  <FONT COLOR=#0000FF>Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! </FONT COLOR=#0000FF>



 H 36in. x D 12in.


set of 6  H 30in. x D 24in.

ultra-rare! original mid 1800s – wood / g $50.00

 

Rare! Civil War Production Ames - Genera $1250.00

 

Classic pendants $0.00

 

Formal brass light circa 1930 $0.00

H 28in. x D 26in.  H 41in. x D 12in.  H 40in. x D 20in.  H 72in. x D 28in.

Set of 2 available

Circa 1950 pendant $0.00

 

Classic pendant light $0.00

 

Quality foyer fixture circa 1910 $0.00

 

Ornate iron light. . . . hotel scale and qua $0.00

H 34in. x D 30in.




#442  H 50in. x D 32in.  H 38in. x D 24n.        Hand stich bound in leather are original issues of  Robert B. Thomas’s <I>FARMER’S ALMANAC</I> 1807 through 1815.  A boldly penned period ink inscription advises: <B>Phinneas Howe   MARLBOROUGH   HIS BOOK </B>  Our research tells us that Phinneas How served in the American Revolution in Capt. William Brigham's Co. of <U>Marlborough Minuteman</U> then as a sergeant in Capt. William Morse's Co., Col. Jonathan Reed's Regiment of <U>6th Middlesex County Militia</U>.  As such our man Phinneas Howe would have been in action at the <B>Battles of Lexington & Concord</B> and would likely have participated in the <B>Siege of Boston</B>.  Howe was a lifetime resident of Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts where he died in 1832.

      Phinneas Howe’s bound collection of Farmer’s Almanacs were printed by West and Richardson in Boston and offer woodcut vignette illustrations with astronomical calculations with a Farmer’s Calendar for each month of the volume’s year all intended to aid the early 19th century farmer toward a successful and bountiful planting. The volumes include Stamp Tables, information on Military Fines, Tables of the value of Gold Coins, List of Stages running to New England locations, vital information on the 1813 / 1814 U. S. Navy and more to include poetry, wit and 19th century wisdom.  The volumes show good evidence of age, originality and period use while remaining in pleasing condition.  Considered the oldest continuously published periodical in America, these vintage volumes provide considerable interesting material as well as offering the collector / historian a neat relic from the personal effects of a veteran of the American Revolution.  

      <B>Buy with confidence! </B><I>  We are pleased to offer a <B><U>no questions asked</U> three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales!</B> <I>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.</I>  <FONT COLOR=#0000FF>Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques! </FONT COLOR=#0000FF>

Formal crystal / brass fixture $2800.00

 

Classic formal light $0.00

 

Glass chandelier $0.00

 

1807 through 1815 hand bound FARMER’S AL $95.00




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