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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 4273: Contemporary Historical Sketch – by a soldier of Co. A 1st N. H. Heavy
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4273

Contemporary Historical Sketch – by a soldier of Co. A 1st N. H. Heavy

Beat up with loose and missing pages but complete in so far as the ten pages presenting Corporal Hevekiah E. Hadlock’s fascinating A Sketch of Co. A 1st N. H. H. A.. The historic period brown ink sketch begins in the spring of 1863 with the authorization of Charles H. Lang (earlier Lt. Col 17th N. H. Vols.) to raise an independent company of Heavy Artillery for the garrisoning of Fort Constitution, Portsmouth Harbor. Hadlock offers an interesting inside account of life and military duty at Ft. Constitution from the earliest days of the outfit when it consisted of merely forty enlisted men and the time in July when the draft was ordered resulting in the Company quickly filling its manning to the required one-hundred-forty enlisted. The author states as most everyone supposed that our company would not leave the state and fearing the draft the recruits then came in in droves. Corporal Hadlock describes early life at Ft. Constitution as passing pleasantly along and the boys had a very easy time, fishing, catching lobsters &c was the general amusement while not on duty. When winter came though such leisure was replaced with the unloading of coal, wood and commissary stores from schooners. As the snow came on parties were detailed for shoveling snow and keeping the Fort and yard clear. . In the last days of April 1864 things would change for the New Hampshire natives relegated to the protection of Portsmouth Harbor. Relieved of duty here by State Militia the Co. was ordered to Washington. Corp. Hadlock leaves us with details of Battery assignments at Ft. Slocum then movement up the Potomac for assignment about three quarters of a mile from Georgetown overlooking the City. Despite his description of this place as pleasantly situated Hadlock tells the reader that the weather at this time was extremely hot and large details were made out each day for cutting trees and brush which caused a general growling throughout the camp. It was about July 8th, that Hadlock’s group was moved to Fort Bauard, a timber and earthwork fort constructed northwest of Tenleytown in the District of Columbia. It was at this place that the New Hampshire Corporal pens the meat of his record as he offers the reader a common soldiers view of the Union defeat of Confederate forces in their July 1864 assault on the Capital City . Here we will offer Corporal Handcock’s own words as he writes: about this time they was expecting the Johnies up to make them a call and they was not disappointed on the 10th of July in the afternoon Gen Early made his appearance on the Rockville Turnpike with about thirty thousand men, this caused great excitement for we had a mere handful of men and the most of those were green militia being one hundred days men from Ohio and the prospect of saving Washington was rather slim but they made no attack that night but the next morning the 11th they began quite a smart skirmish in front , our Fort Bayard and the Rebels gained a quite a commanding piece of ground in front of our Fort and placed a light Battery but they did not have any effect on the fort and for some reason unknown to us did not seem anxious to approach any nearer but held their grounds against our line all that day and night. The morning of the 12 commenced with a very smart skirmish the whole length of the line but about noon the Rebels fell back some distance and as our army was small and fearing that they was up to some trap we did not follow them and it was well that we did not for the next day about noon they were seen returning with reinforcements the Rebel Gen Breckenridge had come up with 40,000 more men making 70,000 in all. Washington was then seemingly in their hands and the long coveted prize was then secured. It is here that our writer offers a bit of political insight as he comments on feelings toward the former Vice President of the United States turned Confederate General. Breckenridge was again to have the chance to press the hands of his Copperhead friends that had wished so much to see him and that has elected him Vice President. On came this gallant band eager to clasp their serpent like fangs into and destroy that starry banner that had protected them in their infancy and just as they were ready to send up their shouts of victory they met with a banner that struck a panic to their whole army. Here Corporal Hadlock sets down his personal exuberance for the turning of the Confederate onslaught the roll of his Corps in accomplishing that. For the sixth corps was there,says he! The most dreaded by Breckenridge of any corps in the Union army but the engagement was a hard one for they had much the larger numbers but nevertheless at ten o'clock they were driven back from the lines with a great loss of men, on the morning of the 14th not a living rebel was to be seen and the sixth corps was on their track for Rockville. After this action Hadlock continues to record the movements of his unit to include promotion of its officers until their return to Fort Constitution and the defense of Portsmouth Harbor on the 30th day of November 1864. A nice item for the New Hampshire collector, this all original and complete soldiers folio will come with a 1987 letter on the letterhead and in the hand of Francis Lord as he responds to a research inquiry on Corporal Hadlock account to include Dr. Lord’s notations on the Corporal’s military record. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!!



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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 4153: 1861 dated hard rubber PARALLEL RULE
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4153

1861 dated hard rubber PARALLEL RULE

This neat little six inch hard rubber antique parallel rule is boldly marked 1861 and will lay in nicely with Civil War vintage nautical, mapping and engineering things. Our illustration will do best to describe the condition, un-touched and as found with no cracks or splits. 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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antique U. S. Model 1879 COMBINATION TOOL

All in fine original condition, this was the first, all new and unaltered from earlier types, gun tool adopted after the Civil War. The tool was designed for the 1879 .45/70 Springfield Trap Door rifle and carbine. It offered two screwdrivers, a mainspring clamp and a band spring and tumbler punch. A nice companion piece!
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c. 1798 New York NEWSPAPER

Printed on rag paper, well tattered on the edges but complete with no major tears or repairs, this four page (21 X 13 ½ inches each) newspaper is headed COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER New York September 28, 1789. In addition to the latest City news and correspondence from away, a myriad of advertisements are placed by local merchants as they list their wares and the latest stock from new ship arrivals. Advertisements for cotton, molasses the latest food stuffs, textiles, gentlemen’s hats and ladies fancy goods, sugar, coffee and barrels of pilot bread are sprinkled in among an array of notices for tobacco, rums, brandies and Bordeauxs. Gun flints gunpowder and weaponry are offered with one foundry offering For Sale : cannon of any size from 4 to 8 pounds cast at Salisbury foundries will be delivered here or on the Hudson at short notice the superior quality of this metal and workmanship gives them a preference to any other guns made in the United States. The Captain of the Brig Apollo offers a $20. reward for a runaway indentured apprentice while a cobbler offers that $5. will be paid to any person who shall apprehend or cause to be lodged in any jail within the state, Richard Paul and apprentice has abandoned from service. Seems the seventeen year old Richard took off carrying with him his working tools and some leather. The arrival, departure and even sale of various ships is offered in the somewhat faded but mostly ledgeable 18th century print. The news offers such intelligence as; number of deaths in the city for 24 hours ending yesterday evening – 60 - 17 of the fever / number of burials in Philadelphia for 24 hours ending Wednesday at noon - adults 72 - children 5. The FEVER seems to be of major concern on land and at sea as the Captain of the Ship Argonaut writes: A greater portion of officers both in the Army and the Navy have died of yellow fever than privates or sailors which I ascribe to their eating too much putreseent food. The physician general told me last week that this fever had baffled the skill of all the faculty both English and French. Extracts from a ships letter out of Charleston is dated Havana and advises: We have been boarded by two British privateers near the Bahama Banks, they treated us very politely and after overhauling dismissed us. We were also boarded by a French privateer, or rather pirate, they rummaged, broke and plundered a number of things. (They) beat my mate and I expected nothing else but they would have murdered all hands. They hove a rope to the yardarm and fixed it around a Negroes neck to hang him but after I pleaded with them sometime they let go. What they could not well carry off they threw overboard but not the cargo. After exercising the cruelty of demons for 22 hours they left us
Too much to cover here but you get the idea. A neat companion item with other 18th century antiques and an interesting read. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 4188: Nicholls’ Patent HOOKS & EYES STORE CARD
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Nicholls’ Patent HOOKS & EYES STORE CARD

The exact date of these will take some additional research but the pasteboard card and backing label set this attractive store card in the 19th century. With plenty of age yet quite displayable, this 9 ¼ X 4 3/8 inch card retains all 72 of its antique stitched on English import fasteners. A nice period sewing or country store item. 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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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 4254: Pat. 1869 TRAVELING BOOT JACK
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4254

Pat. 1869 TRAVELING BOOT JACK

This rarely surviving traveling boot jack retains its original paper label identifying the piece as CASE'S PATENT/ Folding Boot-Jack / Patented December 7, 1869 / MANUFACTURED BY/ WHEELER CASE & CO.. All with eye appealing age and evidence of period use yet remaining in pleasing condition with its period walnut stained ash wood boot loop and varnished birch wood foot piece. All is hinged near the center by a classic square nut iron carriage bolt ; per the patentee to furnish the public with a jack, light, cheap and convenient and capable of being folded in a compact form for transportation. Entirely original and all complete, measuring approximately 15 inches in length when folded. A neat old antique boot-jack for the collector historian who, as we do, especially appreciates the scarcity of every day 19th century utilitarian items, most frequently used up and cast aside in the period. (see: Mystic Seaport Museum 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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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 4181: antique deer antler BELT KNIFE
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antique deer antler BELT KNIFE

Don’t let the price fool you on this one! With good age, solid and nicely handcrafted, we picked this nice old belt knife up right and so are passing it on at a modest price. Measuring just over 10 inches in total length, this attractive old knife was fashioned from a saw blade set into a section of deer antler and secured in place with molten lead or pewter. A small age crack along the underside of the grip does not impact on durability and a solidly placed blade. A nice looking old belt knife for display and use. ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!! Thanks for visiting our Gunsight Antiques!
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earlier to mid1800s New Bedford Mass. – COPPER VESSEL

Measuring 11 ¼ inches in diameter with a 2 inch high copper spout that is boldly maker marked A. D. Richmond & Co - New Bedford, this piece of early copper is a bit of an enigma to us as we are frankly not sure what to call it? We acquired the piece as a canteen with a provision for a missing cup that screwed on over the copper spout? The name of the maker was enough to attract us though as we were aware of A. D. Richmond & Co. as a New Bedford, Massachusetts brass founder and copper smith.
Doing business in the sea going heyday of the whaling community of New Bedford, (see: 1849 New Bedford Directory) the artisans of A. D. Richmond & Co. produced all manner of copper and brass items from copper cooking kettles to candle molds, with a major emphasis on the necessities of ship’s chandleries and articles for the nautical trade. A wide variety of such brass and copper items as copper spikes, eye bolts, rudder joints &c for ship building and repair to nautical signal lanterns, candle molds and cooking kettles. (see: Mystic Seaport Museum & Nantucket Historical Association collections)
A desirable name particularly among collector / historians of nautical antiques, in particular whaling artifacts, we have seen a later version of this copper container fitted with a heavy cast brass spout designed to accept a long wooden handle. (see photos) These are bed warmers and date in the last quarter of the 19th century.
At any rate a nice piece of Americana from the earlier to mid 19th century whaling village of New Bedford. All in excellent as found and unpolished condition with no dents or damage of any kind and a pleasing rich natural age patina to the copper body and led soldered copper spout. Buy with confidence! We are pleased to offer a no questions asked three day inspection with return as purchased on direct sales! 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. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!

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4157

antique KNIFE / BONE SAW combination

Identified in earlier Civil War collector references as a surgeon’s amputation knife, today’s collectors generally recognize the style as one intended primarily for use by butchers in their work with cattle. The fact that the type has appeared in better private and respected museum field hospital equipment displays (old Gettysburg Visitor Center collection) leaves a place for these combination knife /saw instruments in quality Civil War era collections. Frankly one should not be surprised if such a thing had been selected by the resourceful Civil War army field surgeon. (There is an example of such used by a Maine surgeon in the Maine Historical Society Civil War collection.) This example measures approximately 18 ½ inches in total length with a 12 inch blade. This knife remains in excellent condition but with eye appealing evidence of age, period use and originality. 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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4139

Pat. July 1862 antique WALL FRAME

An attractive original Patent JULY 1862 wall frame measuring approximately 4 ¾ X 6 inches with a 2 X 3 1/8 viewing area, this frame is made of a pressed pasteboard material with a heavy lacquer finish. The frame is designed to slip a CDV or tintype in behind the glass through a slot in the paper backing. All in nice condition as you can see the original paper backing is thin and tended however and will require careful handling (maybe even reinforcement) when mounting a photograph. 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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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 4280: period Southern Sympathizer Satirical HAND BILL
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4280

period Southern Sympathizer Satirical HAND BILL

Offered here with some age staining and a bit dog eared just the way we found it, is this scarce 6 ½ X 9 period cartoon depicting the plight of the South under the thumb of the Yankees. Printed on one side on typically poor local paper stock for handout or public posting, this satirical cartoon with the unkempt Confederate and the classically portrayed U. S. Grant still retains its hurriedly done period watercolor embellishment. As we say a bit dog-eared from age and on poor paper stock but this rarely surviving piece of Americana remains solid and will lay nicely in any period collection. 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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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 4262: Civil War era Medical / Surgical ¬- INDIA RUBBER COURT PLASTER
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Civil War era Medical / Surgical ¬- INDIA RUBBER COURT PLASTER

This original, Civil War era India Rubber Court Plaster remains in its nicely printed, INDIA RUBBER COURT PLASTER, / WARRANTED / Manufactured by J. H. Thacher / Portsmouth, N.H. The unopened packet remains in fine original condition containing a single surgical plaster measuring approximately 4 ¼ by 3 ¼ inches. The antique court plaster was a thin sheet which when wetted adhered to the skin so as to offer protection of the wounded surface. (see: India-Rubber & Gutta-Percha In The Civil War Era by Mike Woshner , also National Museum Of Civil War Medicine collection Pamplin Park)
Joseph Haven Thacher began his druggist’s business at the corner of State and Pleasant Streets in Portsmouth, New Hampshire sometime before 1851 (see period City Directories) and may be found in the 1861 New Hampshire Apothecary Directory. We’d guess that his brother who also ran an apothecary operated the business for a time during the Civil War as Joseph is listed as serving as Capt. Co. K of the 16th New Hampshire Infantry.
A neat addition to any Civil War vintage medical / surgical grouping without spending a lot of money. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!
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earlier to mid 19th century ladies Fur Gloves & Muff

A wonderful companion piece to lay in with earlier to mid 1800s antique ladies collectables, this beautiful vintage fur muff and gloves grouping show good age and originality yet remain in excellent eye appealing condition. Clearly crafted as a matched set, the hand stitching and decorative lining remains solid and in pleasing condition. 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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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 4185: antique hand cut GAME BOX & DOMINO SET
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4185

antique hand cut GAME BOX & DOMINO SET

A small piece of Southern pine (approximately 4 inches long X 1 ¾ X 1 ¾ square) is hollowed out to make a box and fitted with a slide top cover of the same material. The crude little box is just the required size to house a complete set of game pieces of hand cut beef bone. Each measures approximately 1 1/16 X 5/8 wide and varies in thickness from1/8 to 3/16; likely dependent on the thickness of available raw material. Good evidence of age and handcrafting of game pieces is offered by patina, tool marks and slight variation in size and markings. A wonderful example of the common practice of bone carving in the period. (See some examples from our personal collection at www.MaineLegacy.com) Thanks for visiting our Gunsight Antiques!
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extra nice ! Maine Civil War Infantry Tintype

Just as plain a Civil War infantry soldier as you can imagine, this quarter-plate tintype is, with all its simplicity, worthy of a place in good collection. A wonderful demonstration of what a period infantry recruit should look like. A nice viewable size with crisp focus, strong contrast and striking hand applied color that is so frequently seriously muted by age. With only the most minimal evidence of age as good evidence of originality, this image will display well as is as a nice demonstration of period photography or will lay nicely behind glass in a period mat and frame. 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!

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gold - Ladies of the GAR – PAST PRESIDENT MEDAL- Gen. Lew Wallace Circle, Indiana

A beautiful 14k gold Ladies of the G. A. R. past president medal inscribed Carrie J. Dalton – Lew Wallace Circle No. 68 – 1911. The medal weighs 13.5 grams and remains in fine as new condition with crisp relief and hand engraving.
A lawyer by trade Lewis (Lew) Wallace (1827-1905) is best remembered today as the author of Ben-Hur, though he served in the Mexican War and rose to the rank of Major General in the Civil War and in the reconstruction period served as Territorial Governor of New Mexico when he worked to end the fighting of the Lincoln County War. When the Civil War broke out, Wallace raised a Zouave regiment which was afterward known as the 11th Indiana Volunteers. Lewis Wallace continued to distinguish himself through the Rebellion with promotion to Division Commander then in recognition of his action at the storming of Fort Donnellson was promoted to Major General.
A nice item for the Civil War and G. A. R. Axillary enthusiast as well as the antique collector. A good chance to have your cake and eat it to given today’s gold prices! 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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Lord collection militia CROSS BELT PLATE

Illustrated here with a quarter as size comparison, our photos should do best to describe this nice antique militia plate except to advise that this specific piece emanated from the collection of Dr. Francis Lord and is published Vol. II p. 17 of his classic reference Lord’s CIVIL WAR COLLECTORS ENCYCLOPEDIA. We acquired this piece several years ago when we were fortunate enough to purchase several groupings from the personal collection of our longtime friend, Dr. Francis Lord. A pioneer Civil War collector from a day when nearly no one else paid much attention to the details of many now valued Civil War collectable categories, Francis authored the widely known, multi volume, pioneer reference, Lord’s CIVIL WAR COLLECTORS ENCYCLOPEDIA. While a lot of detailed knowledge has been gained as the interest and value of Civil War collectibles increased so dramatically over the years, Dr. Lord’s first and second volumes in particular and his Civil War Sutlers & Their Wares continue to offer valuable and reliable reference to Civil War collectors. (Use Lord in our search feature to find other Lord collection items.) Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!

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c.1822 - 8th CONN. MILITIA INSPECTION RETURN

This attractive 10 5/8 X 17 5/8 antique document is print entitled Inspection RETURN of the 4th Company of the 8th Regiment of Connecticut Militia and offers a penned roster of 51 names of Company members. The document records the individual issue of Espontoons - Swords – Guns – Bayonets – Bayonet Belts – Cartridge Boxes – Cartridges – Flints – Primer Wires – and Knapsacks to include the fife and drum to Co. Fifer and Drummer . An attractive early Americana document specific to a leading regiment of the American Revolution, the 8th Connecticut Regiment wintered at Valley Forge. All in nice original condition on rag paper with period folds but no tears repairs or restoration. ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!

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vintage Remington Butcher Knife #4412

Not our usual thing but worth preserving and passing along, is this classic old Remington No. 4412 butcher knife. Measuring 17 ¼ inches in total length with an 11 ¾ inch carbon steel blade the knife shows age and use but remains in nice condition for the person who appreciates the old Remington working knives.
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Lord collection MUSICIAN’S SHAKO HAT DEVICE

Illustrated here with a quarter as size comparison, our photos should do best to describe this nice antique musician plate except to advise that this specific piece emanated from the collection of Dr. Francis Lord and is published Vol. II p. 89 of his classic reference Lord’s CIVIL WAR COLLECTORS ENCYCLOPEDIA. We acquired this piece several years ago when we were fortunate enough to purchase several groupings from the personal collection of our longtime friend, Dr. Francis Lord. A pioneer Civil War collector from a day when nearly no one else paid much attention to the details of many now valued Civil War collectable categories, Francis authored the widely known, multi volume, pioneer reference, Lord’s CIVIL WAR COLLECTORS ENCYCLOPEDIA. While a lot of detailed knowledge has been gained as the interest and value of Civil War collectibles increased so dramatically over the years, Dr. Lord’s first and second volumes in particular and his Civil War Sutlers & Their Wares continue to offer valuable and reliable reference to Civil War collectors. (Use Lord in our search feature to find other Lord collection items.) Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!
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