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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 3160: Victorian era POLISHED SATIN RIBBON – Original Unopened Spool!
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Victorian era POLISHED SATIN RIBBON – Original Unopened Spool!

Some considerable time ago we were fortunate enough to acquire a small number of original pasteboard spools containing the most wonderful early polished satin ribbon and are offering the spools here individually priced for the textile collector or conservator who would appreciate such a rarity either for display or use in a restoration. The spool is complete and as it was sold with a full complement of 10 yards of 7/8 inch wide satin ribbon wound with a paper liner as was the custom in the time and secured at the end by a small straight pin. The ribbon is that rich chocolate brown that Civil War collectors will appreciate. The pasteboard spool core measures approximately 2 ½ inches in diameter with a total diameter of about 3 3/16 inches. A classic process of the Victorian era ribbon maker was to stiffen the finely loomed satin with such as starch, shellac or bee wax. The ribbon was then passed through pressurized and polished hot rollers. This process was called calendaring and produced a durable high metallic gloss on the ribbon. (Likely more than you needed to know.) A wonderful find for the Civil War era textile enthusiast ! please note: ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!!
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3183

19th century LEECH JAR

A scarce item for the 19th century American apothecary / medical collection or simply a neat conversation piece, this classic bowl shaped leech jar with it’s distinctive wide, turned over lip, measures approximately 4 1/8 inches in diameter and stands about 4 inches high. Considered a personal size as it is smaller than the more elaborate porcelain master jars of period apothecary shops, such plain glass jars as this one would have been offered by the druggist or hospital dispensary as a repository for a leech or two for ward or home use. A common utility of the well supplied home or hospital ward medicinal cabinet, such a jar with a piece of gauze tied over the mouth to facilitate passage of air while preventing escape of the leech, could keep a leech in place and ready for use for months without additional attention. While all such simple glass leech receptacles are seldom available outside of the best private and public collections, the vast majority found are of the footed design indicative of the more frequently seen French imports ( see illustration). Some time ago (back in the good old days) we were fortunate to have acquired a very small number of the jars from the bowels of an old country apothecary and have finally gotten around to offering them individually priced for the collector who would like one. All original and period without a chip, ding or crack!
Bloodletting or bleeding was a commonly accepted medical practice from antiquity through the late 19th century. It was believed that withdrawal of, often considerable quantities, of blood would cure or prevent a great many illnesses. 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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original & complete-Civil War date BOSTON NEWSPAPER

This original issue of Boston's Zion's Herald & Weslegan Journal is dated April 12, 1865 and is complete in four large 28 X 22 inch pages. It remains in nice solid condition with period folds and is stuffed with interesting reading reflective of the period. Article headings include such as PRISON LIFE AMONG THE REBELS and THE FALL OF RICHMOND with additional items of subscribers interest to include A Letter From The Rebel Capital - Out Own Veteran on HOSPITAL DUTY - Weekly Summary From The War. The paper offers the usual obituaries and a liberal number of advertisements for such as Quack Cures - Sewing Machines - Photographers - Worm Cures - Clothing and more. ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!!
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3218

Gettysburg Excavated / Civil War ARTILLERY SHELL FRAGMENT

Years ago when we first started attending the larger Civil War shows in the South, enthusiastic diggerswould bring wooden boxes filled with excavated treasures for sale or trade to fellow enthusiasts. I found most of these folks had a depth of knowledge and commitment to history that brought the content of their relic filled boxes to a special level. Now and again I would pick out a treasure that was of particular interest to me, usually something with a tag on it or a group of things of known origin, and bring my find back to Maine where it would ultimately get set aside in storage with our accumulation of stuff. In that accumulation we have a small number of artillery bolt fragments collected just prior to the July 1938 Gettysburg Reunion and are offering each individually priced for the collector who would like an authentic Gettysburg relic without spending a ton of money. The relics came to us in a small wooden box that had been in the Mountfort G. A. R. Post in Brunswick, Maine; the home Post of Gen. Joshua L. Chamberlain. On the lid of the box was the period identification as Confederate relics gathered during preparation for the july 1938 Gettysburg Great Reunion. Though the old wire hinged pine box with a piece or two of it’s content has long since passed, we did have the foresight to save an image of the pine box and it’s paper label to go with the relics we kept for ourselves. Our note with a photo of the old relic box, it’s label and origin from the Mountfort G. A. R. Post will come your the shell fragment to preserve it’s history. A neat original Battle of Gettysburg relic and remembrance of what was to be the last joint reunion of Union and Confederate veterans.

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Civil War era TRAVELING RAZOR STROP

All original and complete with it’s slip case this traveling razor strop is a pleasing example of a must have utility for any well groomed soldier. A well worn label identifies the piece as THOMPSON’S IMPROVED RAZOR STROP. Good evidence of period use but solid and pleasant to look at, this strop will lay in nicely with any period personal grouping. Buy with confidence! All direct sales are backed by no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased ! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item is being returned per these previsions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!!
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earlier 19th century through Civil War era FOLDING KNIFE

Likely of earlier 19th century or even late 18th century origin, use of this wonderful old jack-knife could well have passed through the period of the American Civil War. With two cutting blades, saw and an all important awl for working harness leather, heavy sail or tent canvas, this wonderful old knife remains in unusually nice as found, functional condition with a pleasing patina yet in a condition that supports the likelihood that it was put away unused decades ago. The knife is iron bound and hand wrought with slabbed cow horn grips. Likely the product of a skilled iron smith, the piece is unmarked as to maker with
the exception of a small G touch mark on the master blade. The knife measures just over 4 inches in length when closed. The largest cutting blade is approximately 3 3/8 inches in length and just under ¾ of an inch wide. the saw blade is about 3 ½ inches long. The butt end of the knife offers an accommodation for fastening a lanyard. A must have personal utility in the day, period working knives of any origin are tough to acquire now as most were used up from repeated sharpening or broken and thrown away. ( While clearly period and original this example appears never to have been on a sharpening stone.) In a period when imported, especially Sheffield made, knives were the favor of those who could afford them, a knife such as this one of domestic origin is especially scarce and desirable. If you like this example we recommend you use our search feature to view item 2857. That one is well used but so similar it is likely to have been made by the same craftsman. We have had both for some years, both acquired at the same country sale. Buy with confidence! All direct sales are backed by no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased ! Just send us a courtesy e-mail to let us know your item is being returned per these previsions and your purchase price will be refunded accordingly. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!!


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3776

1831 BLACK UPRISING News account / forerunner, NAT TURNER Affair

Nestled away on the second page of this September 30, 1831 edition of the Portland [Maine] Adviser is a small but historically compelling Sept. 21, 1831 dispatch from the Fayetteville[N.C.] Observer offering The Conspiracy. – On Wednesday last, Nat was arrested but advises that the slave denies the charges against him. Two other men were arrested and two more runaways were apprehended near a meeting, about twelve miles south east from town. After the infliction of some punishment, they confessed that they had been sent ahead to get information by a small party of runaways, some of them armed. Though the article emphasizes that all seemed under control and that the incident, in the opinion of the writer, had been overstated in other news accounts, the correspondent advises that Women and children in several of the counties have fled to the swamps, from which, after a day or two, they emerge, wet, muddy, and half starved. Seeming protective of public opinion north of us the Fayetteville North Carolina writer laments that reports are extravagantand not having the shadow of foundation while at the same time advising in his report that; Thousands of militia have assembled in arms, even in the upper counties, which might have been supposed beyond the influence of the supposed danger.
While the author of this reported Black uprising fails to record a surname for the runaway leader Nat, (an all too common occurrence in a time when many slaves had no surname) the simple reference to Nat and date of this report (Sept. 21, 1831) in relation to the time frame of the historic Nat Turner Slave Rebellion in the fall of 1831 offers reasonable speculation. Is this period news account, found buried in the folds of a Northern New England newspaper, a record of activity of Nat Turner just days before the historic Slave Rebellion that carries his name to this day? Or is it a simple case of confusion by a correspondent and a melding together of occurrences in North Carolina with slave unrest lead by Nat Turner in boarding Southhampton County, Virginia ?
This offering is complete in four pages each measuring approximately 11 ½ X 17 inches offering, aside from the subject article, the usual mix of period newspaper fair of commercial adds, time tables &c with the usual smattering of articled intended to inform and entertain. Though trimmed at the left margin edge to be removed from a period binding, the old paper remains in excellent condition and all original with no tears or repairs. A nice piece of Americana. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!!



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3266

Civil War era Street Cobbler ALBUMIN PHOTO

This 4 1/8 X 5 ¾ inch albumin is mounted on it’s original 6 ½ X 8 ½ inch mounting card. Depicting a bespectacled and bearded street character plying his trade repairing shoes, our blue shirted cobbler will speak best for himself. A wonderful image for the occupational collector this piece remains in excellent condition with good contrast and sharp focus. please note: ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!!

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3264

Civil War Confederate Reference Set – NORTH CAROLINA REGIMENTS

Officially titled HISTORIES OF THE SEVERAL REGIMENTS & BATTALIONS FROM NORTH CAROLINA IN THE GREAT WAR 1861-1865
this 5 volume set including index is a compilation of histories of each regiment and organization from North Carolina which served in the Confederate army. A massive work of five volumes totaling more than 4,000 pages, in addition to Regimental Histories the set contains sketches of brigades, accounts of battles in which North Carolinians fought. This set is a must have for any serious North Carolina collector, offering lists of officers, a roster of North Carolinians who surrendered at Appomattox, and articles on North Carolina prisoners in the North, the Home Guard, the Medical Corps, and numerous other topics all written by Confederate North Carolina participants, the set provides several hundred portraits, many available only in this set. Reprinted by Broadfoot Publishing in 1996, this set was originally edited by Walter Clark (Lt. Col. 70th N.C.) and published by the State in 1901. We bought this Broadfoot set directly from Tom (a neat fellow by the way) several years ago for some special project that we can’t even remember. It remains in as new condition and will make a fine addition to any Confederate reference library at something less thsn the going price.
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early 1800s - BOSTON NAVY YARD MEMENTO

This hand wrought sheet iron box demonstrates all the classic features collector / historians appreciate in mid early 1800s construction and material. The oval box measures approximately 2 ¼ x 1 3/8 inches with domed bottom and lid atop 9/16 inch sides. The little box is lead soldered at the seams with a single pin hinge. The box is offered as found and as set aside decades ago with it’s content of a small 1 3/16 inch hand forged, black iron chain link. In the box with the link is a period brown ink penned note: ’The smallest chain link that was ever made in Equip. Dept. Boston Navy Yard.’ Held in hand one only wishes he knew more of the shipyard craftsman who forge welded the link and penned the little note. More than likely a proud journeyman’s test piece, well forged and set aside with documentation as a testimony to his level of skill. In 1799 the United States was engaged in a naval war with France, and Congress called for the building of six battle ships. The consequence of the call was the establishment of the Charlestown Yard (a.k.a. Boston Navy Yard) where the U. S. Navy’s first ship of the line, the 74-gun Independence was completed. Later in the Civil War period Boston Navy Yard ships would make important contributions to the fleet: the Merrimack became the famous Confederate ironclad Virginia; the Cumberland, which met her end in battle with the CSS Virginia; and Admiral Farragut's flagship the Hartford. A nice piece of Americana.
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original Civil War Uncle Sam & Jeff - SATIRICAL ENVELOPE

Patriotic and politically satirical postal covers were a popularly circulated art form in the turbulent times of the American Civil War with virtually every subject and opinion of the day expressed. Political and social satire envelopes were second only to patriotic subjects with both pro Union and pro Confederate bent. While the vast majority were put to use in the mails and have not survived, the wide variety of subject matter made the little covers a natural collectible even in the period. An ever dwindling supply of nice condition, unused examples have thus survived offering today’s collector / historian an opportunity to put together a respectable collection of quality original examples. A rather uncommon opportunity on today’s market to accumulate a category of original Civil War artifacts and watch them grow in interest and value all at a relatively modest initial cost. We try to keep a small and varying supply of these on our site for those folks who might enjoy them. You can bring them all up for viewing by entering satirical envelope in our search feature.
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3278

1863 FARMER’S ALMANAC

All complete with the exception of the missing back cover, this original Leavitt’s Farmer’s Almanac for 1863 was published for Edison C. Eastman, publisher, bookseller & stationer of Concord, New Hampshire. No exception to the popular format of the time, this example offers the typical weather prognostications, phases of the moon, good advice and advertisements that made it a staple on the farm at home and a common source of recreational reading when sent to the soldier in camp and field. Some neat period illustrations and forty-eight pages of period charm are offered by this little soft bound almanac. Measuring approximately 5 1/4 X 8 inches, this is one of those simple little remnants of days gone by that, fragile to begin with and heavily used was generally cast away when outdated. Surviving examples quite hard to come by today. Well worn with lots of eye appeal in the form of nicks, folds and rounded corners from period use but no missing or loose pages this is a neat display item to augment any period collection. please note: ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!!.
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3297

19th century BLEEDING CUP

This nice glass cupping device with rolled rim remains in excellent condition and is larger than the most common example (shown here with a quarter for size comparison). These glass medical devices were used in the widely utilized medical cure process of bleeding with examples dating in the late 1700s and early 1800s with use into the Civil War period. This cupping device or bleeding cup would be a staple in any physician's bag or medical chest of the period. A nice original example, in excellent condition with no chips or flakes, this piece demonstrates all the characteristics glass collectors of the period appreciate . We are fortunate to have a small number of these of varying size shape and construction (use our search feature to see item #2710) and are offering them individually priced for the antique medical collector who would like one. please note: ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !!

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Civil War era CARVING SET

This classic 1850s / 1860s carving set remains in nice all original condition with good evidence of age, originality and period use. The matching knife and fork are silver mounted with heavy stag grips. The fork is approximately 10 ½ inches in total length and the knife is 14 ½ inches over all with a 9 1/5 inch blade. The blade is marked MERIDEN CUTLERY – COMPANY in two lines. This company was founded in Meriden, Connecticut in 1855 and was a popular cutler in the time of the Civil War era. A nice all original Civil War era display item without spending a lot of money, this set will lay in well in a period country store, sutler or period kitchen grouping. 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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Civil War vintage Mjr. Gen. McDowell – Brady C.D.V.

All in excellent original condition this photograph is on it’s original Matthew Brady, Washington, D. C. studio mount. Back-marked as such, the face of the mount is printed to identify the subject as Major Gen’l. I. McDowell. Fine print advises that the photograph was recorded according to act of Congress, in the year 1862, by M. B. Brady. Worthy of interest to a New York collector is the fact that this image was removed from the personal C. D. V. album of Col. William H. Christian, who was the first commanding officer of the 26th New York Volunteer Infantry. A nice early Civil War photograph of the Army of the Potomac commander. 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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early American AMPUTATION SAW

All original with rich natural age patina and good evidence of period use, this classic early American capitalamputation saw will make an outstanding display item, by itself, with other medical / surgical items or simply laid in with other period collectables reflecting the rigors of colonial and Revolutionary War era life. Seldom seen outside the better museum and private collections, the classic design and purpose of this instrument is well set forth in Dr. Keith Wilber’s well illustrated references, REVOLUTIONARY MEDICINE 1700- 1800 and in PIRATES & PATRIOTS OF THE REVOLUTION. Total length including the typically 18th century wing nut tension screw, the saw frame and turned maple grip, is approximately 18 inches. The black iron frame is maker marked W. WYKOFF. A fun research project for those who enjoy such endeavors, a quick rudimentary look-see at Revolutionary War military records produced a single W. Wykoff. He served as a Sgt. in the 1st New Jersey Light Dragoons (Monmouth Militia). Worthy of more research to be sure, this piece will make a desirable addition to any early American collection, with or without more documentation. please note: ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!!
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c. 1876 Centennial Fair - Stevensgraph silk ribbon

Centennial Stevensgraph silk ribbon with portrait of George Washington over ‘The First in Peace, The First in War, The First in the Hearts of His Countrymen’ below is the Centennial Fair, Horticultural Hall with flags and shield over ‘Philadelphia 1876’. The book-mark size ribbon measures approximately 7 ¼ inches long by 2 1/16 inches wide and remains in nice solid condition with no splits as are so frequently found in old silk. It’s color reflects a soft patina and it does have a small hole in the margin just above and to the left of Washington’s portrait. An attractive original example of a decorative textile art taking it’s name from Thomas Stevens (1828 – 1888) an English silk weaver who developed a mechanical technique which produced fine pictures, portraits and lettering woven in silk thread. A nice piece of decretive Americana.
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early Civil War- FORT SUMTER / Major Robert Anderson C. D. V.

Seldom seen in this quality and condition, this armed photo of the Hero of Fort Sumter is as nice as it looks here with only the most minimal age as evidence to it’s originality. This photo is sharply in focus and displays strong tone contrast with no evidence of fading. Below the photograph the original mounting card is printed : MAJOR ANDERSON, U. S. A. / taken at Fort Sumter, Feb’y 8, 1861, PUBLISHED BY E. ANTHONY, 501 BROADWAY, entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1861&c. Actually a pre Civil War photo as coincidently, the Confederate States of America was only just forming on the very day this photograph of Major Anderson was captured. The Constitution of the Confederate States was being adopted in Montgomery, Alabama on February 8, 1861. Jefferson Davis and A H Stephens were elected to be President and Vice President of the C. S. A. on this day and just four days later that fledgling Government would open fire on Major Anderson and his small command inside Fort Sumter. please note: ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!!
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silver mounted CROSBY marked FIFE by Civil War maker Geo. Cloos

A most desirable instrument in style, condition and maker, this beautiful fife remains in wonderful condition with classic long silver ferrules and a smooth age patina over good evidence of period use and carrying. The fife is approximately 17 inches in length and is nicely marked CROSBY over the intertwined G. C. familiar to period musical instrument collectors as the mark of Civil War era New York, maker GEO. CLOOS. A well known maker in his own rite the CROSBY became synonymous with the instrument type in the period thus it's use by Cloos. All original and in outstanding condition with just enough evidence of careful period use to add to it’s charm and desirability. (see: Bazelon & McGuinn Directory of American Military Goods Dealers & Makers ) Don't forget to give our search feature a try for special wants.
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earlier 1800s through Civil War era TRAVELING INK

This screw top traveling ink should not be confused with the bottle type used with ready to use liquid ink but was intended for the carrying of ink powder generally in travel. The small amount of powder or pellets held by this screw top container would make as much as a quart of writing ink when dissolved in water. As such, dissolved and mixed as needed, a little at a time, the little traveling ink could supply sufficient writing ink to last the average traveler or soldier for an indefinite period. This example was turned from walnut and remains in excellent original condition with no cracks of flaws. A rich natural patina and evidence of period use is testimony of age and originality.
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