Super Cool ID'ed Christian Song Book-Written All In Old German-Belonged To Herman G. Doering-Originally Enlisted April 29th 1861 In Co. B 21st PVI 3 Month Regiment- Then Joined Co. B 98th PVI January 5th 1864-Sadly He Was MIA In The Battle Of The Wilderness May 6th 1864
Neat Pattern Of March 64' Cartiridge Box w/Plate-Soldier Personalized The Box And Put His Initials EK on The Inside Flap-Some Flaking Is Present and No TIns-Overall Cool Looking Cartridge Box
Wonderful and One Of A Kind Sixth Plate Tintype Of A Federal Soldier Holding A Saxon Musket-This Image Is The Exact Same Image Published On pg. 37 Of Echoes of Glory Arms and Equipment Of The Union-How Cool Is That To Own An Image That Is Pictured In Such A Great Book!!
U.S. M1864 .58 cal Cartridge Box-Crisp Maker Mark And Inspector Marks-E. Metzger Phila.-H.H. Hartzell Sub Inspector-A Bit Of Cracking On The Outer Upper Flap-Both TIns Present
M1839 Rifle Cartridge Box w/Rare Small Box Plate-This Cartridge Box Differs From .69 M1839 By Having only Straps To Be Carried On A Wait Belt Only-Also Having A One Piece Tin To Hold Cartrdges Instead Of Two-When First Manufactured The Box Had No Implement Pouch-This Was Added To Boxes Manufactured In The Early 1840's-You Do Not See These Very Often-There Is A Name On The Under The Implement Pouch Flap-I Cannot Make It Out-First Name Looks Like Taylor?
M-1858 Smooth Side Canteen With Original Strap, Cork, and Pull Chain-Has One Hole In Cover Approx. 3/4" x 1/2" On One Side-Very Solid Canteen!
Cavalry Carbine Cartridge Box-Maker Marked J. Davy & Co. Newark N.J.-In Very Good Condition Except For Flap Over Tool Pouch Which Leather IS Grazed-Wood Block Is Present-All Loops And Buckles Are Present-Front Has 2 Holes Which Originally For some Type Of Attachment-Great Box And Getting Harder To Find In This Condition
Beautiful Enlisted Man's Mint Buff Leather Belt With Beautiful U.S. Arrow Hook Belt Plate-They Don't Come Much Nicer!
M-1851 Sword Belt Plate With Bridal Leather Belt-Plate Numbered 780 and Keeper 258 Not A Marriage But Very Tight-Been Mated Together For a Very Long Time I believe Since The War
.577 Cal Enfield Cork Tompion-Very NIce and Solid
Very Scarce American Made Scabbard For Imported Austrian Lorenz Bayonet. These Scabbards Are Seldom Seen For Very Few Were Manufactured During The War And Produced In Only 2 Known Variations. This Scabbard Has The Diamond Shape Entrance To Receive The Cruciform Blade. Two Rivet Reinforced Collar, Collar and Belt Loop Very Nice, Scabbard Has Some Grazing. See Fig.2-53 and S-53A In American Socket and Bayonet Scabbards By R.M. Reilly Page 158-(Bayonet in Pictures Not For Sale Used to Show Correct Fit For Lorenz Bayonet in Scabbard)
Map Or Document Case-Copper w/ Folded Seams-I Believe was For Naval Use-16 1/4 Long 2 1/2 In Diameter