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3057

Civil War era TOOTH POWDER LABEL

We have a small quantity of original HEINTZELMAN’S PHARMACY, Phila., TOOTH POWDER labels to be offered here individually priced for the collector of Civil War vintage pharmaceutical and personal items. These original Heintzelman’s labels (see Civil War era Philadelphia directories) measure approximately 15/16 X 2 1/8 inches and are in fine un-used condition after decades of storage. Each will display nicely as is or mounted on a period container. Civil War medical collectors and enthusiasts will be pleased to note that the Philadelphian, Heintzelman served as a Hospital Steward with the 72nd Penn. Volunteer Infantry from 8/10/1861 to 12/4/1862 then as Assistant Surgeon of the 42nd Mass. Volunteers until 8/20/1863 (see: Rush B. Heintzelman - - History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865 by Bates and Civil War Mass. Adjt. Genl. Reports)A neat all original item with lots of eye appeal for the person who would enjoy a colorful little remnant of the time without spending a weeks pay. See item # 798, 1212 & 1589 other period labels from HEINTZELMAN’S PHARMACY.

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Civil War era Portland, Maine MILITARY GOODS DEALER – pasteboard box

A neat companion item for the collector of Civil War era military or fraternal insignia and related items, this little 3 ¼ X 3 ¼ X 1 1/16 pasteboard box sports the bold label of J. A. MERRILL & CO. – Military & Society Goods – PORTLAND, MAINE. As the largest and best known military goods dealer in Maine’s largest city, the city that played host to the majority of Maine regiments in the days before the left the state for the seat of war, many an officer and enlisted man carried a product of the Merrill Co. off to war. This original period box is solid as is and has no evidence of damage though it shows good evidence of age and originality with some foxing and a split at the corners that can be easily repaired with a bit of Elmer’s glue and an elastic for a clamp till it dries. We have been fortunate to acquire a small number of these (4) from years if storage and have priced them individually for the collector who would like one. A neat personal item display piece, the period tendency to keep such as a catch all or ditty-box for stamps, mending material and buttons or other personal smalls offers much opportunity for use in any Civil War collection. (see: Directory of American Military Goods Dealers & Makers by Bazelon & McGuinn and Civil War period Portland Business Directories)

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3086

2 Civil War dated - 29th Connecticut Infantry DOCUMENTS

Two original 29th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry documents completed in Brownsville, Texas in 1865. Both provide a record of the transfer of stores by the Regimental Quartermaster Lt. Louis R. McDonough. Each is nicely completed in brown ink carries the bold signature of the person transferring the goods. They are Lt.s G. C. Pritchard and Dillwyn Purington. One document records the transfer of nine hundred and eighty pounds of hay and the other is for one public horse in good condition. The documented transfer of stores was likely in preparation for the mustering out of the 29th as was accomplished in Brownsville at about this time. Earlier the Regiment had been engaged in action Petersburg, Va., Chapin's Farm, Va., Richmond, Va., Darbytown Road, Va. and Kell House, Va. McDonough was taken prisoner by the Confederates at Petersburg, 8/26/1864 and was not paroled to return to his regiment until 4/15/1865. Two nice original Civil War documents. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!!
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3088

hand tinted Civil War Lee Surrender - GLASS LANTERN SLIDE

Put out by Victor Animatograph Co., this 1915 patent dated magic lantern slide is in excellent condition and is especially colorful. The mount retains it’s period hand penned label identifying the subject as Surrender of Gen’l Robert E. Lee . The glass slide is hand tinted in oils and measures 4 X 3.25 inches. Frequently too expensive for personal ownership, these colorful glass slides were produced and hand tinted in oils in limited number and were most popular in turn of the century veteran and community halls where traveling projectionists presented their patriotic slide shows to enthusiastic GAR and like Civil War veteran groups. This example is all original and in excellent condition with good strong color. This desirable view will display nicely projected, shown against soft backlighting or simply set against a light background. please note: ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!!
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3099

Civil War Vet’s - Illinois Association - REUNION RIBBON

This red silk Civil War veteran association reunion ribbon measures approximately 2 X 8.25 inches and remains in excellent original condition. Our photo will do best to describe the condition but suffice it to say it remains in nice solid condition with no splits or stains. The ribbon states: SOUTHERN ILL. ASSOCIATION 1885 - Annual Reunion - September 8,9 and 10 CENTRALIA. A nice item for the veteran association and G. A. R. collector. please note: ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!!
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3101

Jan. 4, 1800 Ulster County Gazette / DEATH OF Geo. WASHINGTON

An original, early to mid 19th century, printing of what has long been considered by collector / historians as likely the most famous of American newspapers. Only two verified original examples of the January 4, 1800 Ulster County Gazette published by Samuel Freer & Son of Kingston, New York are known to exist. Strangely enough the reason for the newspaper’s notoriety is not its coverage of George Washington's death on December 14, 1799, at Mt. Vernon, nor its account of his funeral ceremonies but the fact that, through the years, this edition has been the subject of more reprints than any other American newspaper. It is not known who was the first to set the lead type and publish a reprinting, nor what the date was, but it is said that type setting to do so likely began as a commemorative printing marking the 25th anniversary of Washington's death in 1825. The printing was repeated with the 50th anniversary in 1850, and was proliferated at the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition of 1876. It is known that in the 1850s, copies were offered for sale in both Boston and in Chicago and that the type setting for these printings of the original were being used as an exercise for training apprentice printers through the 1850s. Later on, there were several reprints in larger editions done for the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition in 1876. In addition to size, this printing is most easily distinguishable by virtue of the wood pulp paper used which has caused the 1876 printings to become characteristically brittle and dark in color. While this offering is clearly not an addition to the two known 1800 printings the buyer will agree that this rag paper, letter press example of the January 4, 1800 (death and funeral of George Washington) Ulster County Gazette dates no later than the 1850s. This offering remains in excellent original condition with folds and good evidence of age and originality but no rips, tears or repairs. Each of it’s four pages measure approximately 18 X 12 inches.
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c. 1850s – LOW BACKE’D CAR – Broadside / Song Sheet

A single 6 x 9.5 inch pre Civil War sheet printed on one side with four, twelve & thirteen-line stanzas. This piece is signed T.M. Scroggy, Publisher, 443 Vine St. below 13th. A nice ornamental border is set off by a bold type set at the top of the sheet. Working in Philadelphia, ca. 1850s, Timothy M. Scroggy was a popular publisher of such song sheets and our search produced copy of LOW BACKE’D CAR listed in the Library of Congress collection of 19th Century American Song Sheets, Rare Book and Special Collections Division. ( Full text of may be found at their American Memorysite.) A scarce example all in nice condition and of special interest to the 19th century Americana, ephemera or music collector. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!!
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Civil War era - UNION Hair Restorative - BROADSIDE

The Civil War had a tremendous influence on medical quackery and gave patent medicine apothecaries the opportunity to market their concoction by use of a universally popular patriotic theme while displaying their patriotism at the same time. Windsor Vermont druggist Milton K. Paine was no exception as he introduced his product to an anxious public as none other than UNION Hair Restorative. In case the UNION name needed more enticement, Paine’s advertising broadsides placed the title under the bold proclamation PRO BONO PUBLICO !, a Latin term meaning for public good. This all original Civil War era sales broadside remains in excellent plus original condition with only a bit of natural age color as evidence of originality. It measures approximately 9.25 X 6 inches and is printed on one side for posting. In fine, unused condition, a For Sale by space at the bottom for identification of the sales agent has been left blank. Interestingly enough the Windsor, Vermont Historical Society is currently featuring a display on M. K. Paine who came to Windsor to established his Apothecary in 1849. (see: Soldiers and Self-dosing – A Brief History of Patent Medicine in the Civil War Era by Len Overcash, Sr.) Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!!
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3104

Civil War era Trotting Horse - BROADSIDE

The U. S Agricultural Society sponsors a day of big stake prize money; and no doubt some active behind the barn wagering with a TRIAL OF SPEED FOR TROTTING STALLIONS . Best two out of three and three of five in three categories will pay $300., $200. and $300. respectively with second place in each category bringing prizes of $150.,$100. and $100. A fall day of a total eleven races with prize awards totaling $1150.00, not counting the behind the barn take, would surely be a rich day’s activity and a hardy diversion for the Civil War era citizen. Printed in Boston by the Franklin Printing House. (see: Samuel Chism prop. Civil War vintage Boston Business Directories) They were active participants in the printing of all manner of broadsides, pamphlets and books during the war years. (see: Ceremonies at the dedication of the soldiers' monument in Newton, Mass. Franklin Printing House, 1864.) The broadside remains in excellent and untouched original condition and is in a nicely displayable size (12 X 9.25 inches). please note: ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!! Thanks for visiting our catalog!!
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3106

Confederate Stonewall Jackson - GLASS LANTERN SLIDE

Put out by E. B. Thompson, this is an especially appealing and colorful patriotic magic lantern slide retains it’s period hand inscribed label identifying the subject as Virginia Battlefield Park – Monument where Jackson Was Shot in two lines. The glass slide is hand tinted in oils and measures 4 X 3.25 inches. Frequently too expensive for personal ownership, these colorful glass slides were produced and hand tinted in oils in limited number and were most popular in turn of the century veteran and community halls where traveling projectionists presented their patriotic slide shows to enthusiastic GAR and like Civil War veteran groups. This example is all original and in excellent condition with good strong color. This desirable view will display nicely projected shown against soft backlighting, or simply set against a light background.
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c. 1850s – DRINKING SONG - Broadside / Song Sheet

A single 6 x 9.5 inch pre Civil War sheet printed on one side with four, eight-line stanzas. A drinking song to be sung by the tune of Ben Bolt which was set to music by a Philadelphia composer. Ben Bolt was written in 1842 in England but was first sung in Pittsburgh in 1848. The piece achieved great popularity in this country, and many parodies such as this one called The Paupers were published in the late 1840s and 1850s. This piece is signed T.M. Scroggy, Publisher, 443 Vine St. below 13th. A nice ornamental border is set off by an attractive type set at the top of the sheet. Working in Philadelphia, ca. 1850s, Thomas M. Scroggy was a popular publisher of such song sheets however our search did not show a single copy of THE PAUPERS listed in the Library of Congress collection of 19th Century American song sheets. A scarce example all in nice condition and of special interest to the 19th century Americana, ephemera, music collector or nautical enthusiast.
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earlier 1850s / Civil War era – Broadside / Song Sheet

A single 5 x 8 inch sheet printed on one side with two, ten-line stanzas. This piece is signed Music of this song to be obtained at LEE & WALKER’S MUSIC STORE No. 722 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia . A nice ornamental border is set off by a bold type set at the top of the sheet and a nice cut of a young lady. Working in Philadelphia, ca. 1850s through the Civil War era, Lee and Walker were a popular resource for such song sheets however our search did not show a single copy of IN HAPPY MOMENTS by them listed in the Library of Congress collection of 19th Century American Song Sheets, Rare Book and Special Collections Division. ( Full text of In Happy Moments may be found at their American Memorysite.) A scarce example all in nice condition and of special interest to the mid 19th century Americana, ephemera or music collector.
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original Civil War era TOBACCO WRAPPER

We have a small number of original Civil War vintage MINNE – HA – HA ! EXCELSIOR CAVENDISH TOBACCO wrappers by H. L. TICKNER & CO. – ANOKA, MINN. (see: 1860 census) and are offering them here individually priced while they last for the collector / historian who would like one for display without throwing down the long dollar demanded of an un-opened packet. The flat sheet measures approximately 7 ¼ X 6 ½ inches so as to wrap (as shown) to a standard store bought plug size of about 3 ½ X 2 ¼ inches. A wonderful display item set out as is with a pipe, a plug of tobacco or wrapped and sealed to simulate an un-opened packet. Don't forget to give our search feature a try for special wants. A simple key word in lower case works best.
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3120

Civil War era laurel root PATRIOTIC PIPE

A classic example of popular handwork among Yankee soldiers who found the root of the Southern laurel made a particularly enjoyable smoke, this attractive tobacco pipe appears to have been fashioned with an eye on the shield bearing American eagle of an enlisted coat button. All in original untouched condition, this carved pipe remains just as it was last set aside with good evidence of many a pleasurable smoke. ( Illustrated here with a Civil War vintage quarter for size comparison. ) 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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3122

Mexican War Letter / Ned Buntline Find

A wonderful 2 ¼ page letter (7.75 X 9.75 inches) penned by a young Boston patriot to his Aunts, Nanny and Liddy Taber in Gardner, Maine. The letter is dated January 25, 1847 and is filled with the writer’s exuberance for personal involvement in the war with Mexico. The writer is Maine born Augustus B. Taber then living in Boston (see period U.S. Census) where he is a member of the New England Guards, a socially influential militia / Chowder & Marching outfit with a history back to the War of 1812. Taber advises his Aunts in Gardner that he will be leaving Boston in a few weeks, off to war in Mexico, probably never to return again says he. The Governor has received orders from the President for another regiment. Taber advises further that a number of Light Infantry companies have volunteered and about 40 of the New England Guards myself included he proudly announces. We are getting up a splendid company (about 150 men) of mounted riflemen says our young writer, adding, I am first Lieut. A hardy band of mounted troopers they must have been too as the 1st Lt. describes there armament. Our equipment are a short rifle slung to the back, a large and heavy sword, a brace of six barreled pistols, dirk knife, &c &c. He adds that the Government will furnish horses. We have been highly complimented on our drills and it is said by the press and many military men that we can do more execution than a whole regiment 1,000 men on foot says he. Here our writer leaves us a most interesting morsel that is, as far as we can determine, hitherto undocumented. Our Captain is Charles Judson (alias Ned Buntline) of the Navy who has been there ever since he was eleven year old probably now 25 or 30, he is a great writer, I dare say you have read a great many of his writings. Our young Lieutenant is clearly most impressed to serve as second in command under Charles Judson, a.k.a Ned Buntline. One can feel the boyish enthusiasm as Taber writes, Our dress is green jacket and pants and we do intend to have our braveries and praise spread everywhere. I have a large and handsome white horse, he is a magnificent creature he writes, advising further that the animal was brought from Lexington on purpose for me. Taber tells his Aunts I have got my uniform most done and I think I shall look kind of tall when I am dressed up in it. He closes saying Mother is worried almost to death about it adding that Father does not care so much about it though he has been terrible cross. The writer follows the above with a short post script to a friend regarding some material he had wanted Taber to acquire in Boston. He then closes his letter with: Your affectionate boy, Augustus B. Taber / 1st Lieut. of the Invincible
As a matter of historical interest let us quickly review the life of Ned Buntline. Edward Zone Carroll Judson, better known as Ned Buntline was born in 1823, ran away to sea as a boy and, by the time he was fifteen, was a midshipman in the navy. Resigning four years later, he led a life of incredible adventures in the Seminole Wars, and later in the Northwest fur trade. When he was twenty-three, he was tried for murder in Nashville, was lynched by a mob, and was cut down in time to be brought back to life. It was said Buntline could sport more scars, including a bullet hole in his chest, than any man he met and he had a yarn to go with each wound. Most frequently remembered by today’s gun collectors and enthusiasts of the American Wild West, as the father of the special order long barreled Colt Buntline revolver and his acquaintances such as Wild Bill Hickok, Buffalo Bill, and a myriad of other characters and places made famous in large part through Buntline’s popular dime novels.
All in excellent condition, in a nicely legible hand with no tears or repairs this Mexican War period letter from an enthusiastic 1st Lieut. of the Invincible is worthy of inclusion in the finest of American historical collections. 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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3131

carved wood MESS SET - WHIMSY

A very nicely done full sized carved knife and fork of native birch wood with slabbed black walnut grips. All showing good age with an attractive natural finish age patina. A nice example of period folk-art done in the fashion of the Civil War era with a distinctive configuration of that period and peg fastened grips. This neat folk art whimsy was done in full size and remains in fine untouched condition after decades of attic trunk storage. A neat period item without spending lots of money. ( Illustrated here with a Civil War vintage quarter for size comparison. )
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3132

Civil War era DRESS

A beautiful totally hand sewn dress made of a combination of a fine white striped medium brown silk and light brown polished cotton. The bodice which is fully lined has a jewel neckline and is a small size with a waist measurement of approximately 26 inches. The seam from the neckline to the sleeve is 7 inches and the set in sleeves are nicely piped. The sleeves measures approximately 20 inches in length and are 14 inches wide at the elbow. The sleeve cuffs are trimmed with a wide rust colored silk ribbon. The front of the bodice as well as the back are trimmed with a matching velvet ribbon and dark brown silk fringe. The front closure sports 9 buttons with dark brown crocheted covers. The skirt which is fastened with hooks and eyes has box pleats at the waist. The skirt is made of light brown polished cotton from the waist band to approximately 21 ½ inches where it continues for another 20 ½ inches of the medium brown silk. The circumference of the skirt is approximately 110 inches and is bound with a medium brown wool tape. The over skirt is fully lined with polished cotton and is fashioned from medium brown silk with white stripe. It has cartridge pleats in the back and is trimmed along the bottom in a dark brown silk fringe with velvet and silk ribbon. This Civil War period dress is totally original and untouched after decades of attic trunk storage. It remains in exceptional condition as you can see and is solid with only very light staining in the underarm area and the most minor evidence of it’s age and period use. 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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Civil War era MAINE Adju’t GENERAL / POSTAL COVER

All in nice unused condition, such personal size 5.5 X 3 inch envelopes were used by the State Adjutant Generals office during the Civil War. This all original example will make a nice addition to any period collection. Don't forget to give our search feature a try for special wants. A simple key word in lower case works best. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!!

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early handcrafted SHOE HORN

Just the thing for the early foot wear’s collector or personal item enthusiast of the American colonial period through the Civil War and Western frontier days, this little home made shoe horn measures just over 4 ½ inches long. Fashioned by hand from a cow horn, this neat little piece remains in fine condition with a rich natural age patina. A nice little every day utility sized to fit travel case, carpet bag or haversack. ( Illustrated here with a Civil War vintage quarter for size comparison. )

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Civil War era - Risque CDV

While contemporary accounts have left us with more than one record of playing cards, dice and evengirliephotos strewn along the line of march as soldiers moved toward impending battle, few honest examples of the scantily clad damsels have survived. As some things don’t change, these mostly imported CDVs were a favorite among soldiers who frequently cast them aside because, should they fall, they didn’t want to risk such incriminating material sent home with their personal things to Mother or the Little Woman. If the owner was lucky enough to eventually return these images were not the thing commonly brought along to be included in the Victorian culture family album. A neat little cultural item for the Civil War soldiers knapsack or haversack. please note: ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!!

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