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c. late 1700s / early 1800s BLEEDING CUP

This nice antique cupping device measures approximately 2 ¼ inches in height and is about 2 inches in diameter at the mouth with a bulbous body swelling to over 2 ½ inches in diameter. These glass medical devices were used in the widely utilized medical cure process of bleeding with this example dating in the 1800s with use through 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 # 3297) and are offering them individually priced for the antique medical collector who would like one. ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !

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Civil War ‘Orange Plank Road’ LAUREL ROOT CANDLESTICK

Not the most attractive thing to look at but a wonderfully pure old Civil War relic, is this neat old laurel root candle holder. Standing just under 11 inches tall the candlestick was fashioned from a laurel root burl at the top footed by sections of root all held together with period iron cutnails. The candlestick sports an old penned label in period brown ink : ORANGE PLANK ROAD MAY 7, 1864. The date will be familiar to students of the Civil War, in particular the Battle of the Wilderness. The Orange Plank Road too, will be recognized as a section of the Orange Turnpike built about the time of the War of 1812. Running through the Wilderness connecting Fredericksburg with the Orange Court House the planked section in particular became key to navigation of that part of the seventy square mile Wilderness thus left its mark in the history of the great battle there in May of 1864. The laurel burl will remind the enthusiast of Civil War soldier personal items of the popularity of these laurel knots in the carving of tobacco pipe bowls. Another find as we dig through the remnants of our forty plus years of gathering up such things, this old folk art candlestick came to us from among a small collection of GAR Civil War veteran hall keepsakes. 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.
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Civil War era 10k GOLD PATRIOTIC BRACELET

Photographed here with a quarter for size comparison, this attractive hand engraved bracelet tests as 10K gold and sports a patriotic shield over a fine and barely visible script engraved N.A.G. monogram. A rose appears on either side of this center design. All in nice original condition with a pleasing period charm. 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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Lord collection Maryland Militia SHAKO HAT DEVICE

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. 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 collectables 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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antique tin MESS CUP

Made in the familiar fashion of the common Civil War cup with the riveted on finger loop and hot dipped tinned sheet iron body, this example measures a full 5 5/8 inches across the mouth. A handy cup that would easily double as a mess bowl for stew or beans, as well as for coffee, this neat period cup remains untouched and as found after decades of attic storage. All in excellent original condition with no holes and a solid handle. A nice Civil War vintage personal item! ( Illustrated here with a Civil War vintage quarter for size comparison. ) Thanks for visiting our Gunsight Antiques!
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7th Vermont attributed NILES Pat. 1860 – RUBBER DRINKING

All complete and in nice condition save a small period chip at the base flange, this antique NILES DRINKING CUP * PATENTED * JUNE 5TH 1860 marked telescoping cup retains its faintly discernible Goodyear’s Patent marks on the upper ring. On the base of the hard rubber cup are the initials F. N. P. Acquired some time ago from the personal collection of a Vermont, Civil War scholar / collector who’s hand written identification tag remains with the cup. F. N. P. are the markings of Francis N. Prevost of Pittsford, Vt., Co. B 7th Vermont, Regt.says he with enlisted 1/15/62 – re-enlisted 2/24/64 as a musician – discharged 8/5/65 for disabilities added. Our own research found corresponding information on the HDS db forFrancis Prevost with no middle initial given. A nice item for the Civil War smalls, personal item or hard rubber collector, priced with the identification as a bonus. 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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CIVIL WAR - CONFEDERATE SHEET MUSIC

Wait Till The WAR LOVE Is Over – words by A. J. Andrews* – music by C. W. Burton. The original Richmond, Virginia publication by West & Johnson, lithograph by Geo. Dunn & Co., Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1864 / Confederate States of America. With an archival reinforcement at the fold,(could be removed) this rare example of war time Confederate sheet music remains in solid condition with good evidence of age and originality but with no rips or tears.
*see: Andrew Jackson Andrews an eighteen year old clerk in Richmond when he enlisted and was mustered in as Pvt. of Virginia’s 3rd Co. Howitzers Light Artillery. He is listed as wounded at Gettysburgand taken prisoner, exchanged 7/6/1863, hospitalized in Richmond’s Chimborazo hospital 6/15/1864. Years after the war he wrote A sketch of the boyhood days of Andrew J. Andrews, of Gloucester County, Virginia, and his experience as a soldier in the late war between the states published in 1905. A. J. Andrews died in 1914 and is buried in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA
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1851 World’s Fair - Pictorial Soap Pot Lid & Base

This all original ceramic pot offers a colorful 1851 Worlds Fair midway scene depicting a trained bear demonstration with a group of men, women and children watching the action. A caged flamingo, tigers and in the background, the well known domed glass building of the 51 Fair complete the scene. The bottom of the stone container is marked for X.BAZIN (see: Bazin, steam fancy soap works and perfumery / period Philadelphia Directories) With good evidence of age and chipping from period use but with no cracks or flaws in the lid graphics which remain in excellent condition with bright rich colors. 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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important - Union Mjr. Gen. Henry F. Clarke GROUPING

This outstanding grouping of Mjr. General Henry Francis Clarke, (won his Brig. General star for gallantry at the battle of Gettysburg), includes a plaster bust of Clarke by noted sculptor Leonard W. Volk,best known for his earlier work with Abraham Lincoln. The 12 inch high painted plaster bust is inscribed Genl. H. F. Clark U. S. A. on the front and L. W. Volk 1889 on the back. The bust depicts Clarke in uniform wearing his Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States medal. Included in this grouping is General Clarke’spersonal issue gold Loyal Legion Medal #733. ( see published MOLLUS roster with inscribed medal numbers: UNION BLUE by Robert G. Carroon and Dana B. Shoaf) The group also includes two Loyal Legion lapel rosettes, his Grand Army of the Republic membership medal,complete with its original well worn and tattered suspension ribbon. With the group a GAR, 1902 Washington National Encampment medal and Clarke’s jeweler made monogram cuff buttons(HFC). These were fashioned from 1854 and 1855 US silver quarters, nicely handengraved with blue enamel highlights. Last but not the least is a personally inscribed carte de viste of Clarke from the Matthew Brady, Washington studio . The CDV remains in excellent condition and is signed on the verso Yours truly H F Clarke. As to provenance, all of the preceeding General Henry Francis Clarke artifacts, with the exception of the signed Clarke photograph, came to us as a group when offered as such by an established New England auction house. In our own research we found sale of Clarke material, to include a camp chair offered by Cowans, leading back to the family and a sale of the estate of the General’s Great Granddaughter Mary Clark.. While the time and location of that sale will take some additional research. The Volk bust of Clarke had been offered by the Heritage auction house in Texas with the attributation of the Clarke family via the Tharpe collection of American Military History, exhibited by the Liberty Heritage Society Museum. General Clarke’s MOLLUS medal will speak for itself with its recorded and inscribed issue number as will the silver cuff buttons which offer the the General’s HFC monograhm. We added the signed CDV to the grouping when we had the opertunity.
Mjr. Genl. Henry Francis Clarke

Henry Francis Clarke was born in Brownsville, Pa., Nov. 9, 1820. He was graduated from West Point, in 1843, and was commissioned 2nd Lt., 2nd US Artillery. A veteran of the Mexican War, Clarke was wounded at Chapultepec, where he was brevetted captain for his gallantry, Sept. 13, 1847. Clark served as an instructor of artillery at the Military Academy at West Point, 1848-49, then as professor of mathematics, 1850-51. He served in the Seminole War, 1851-52; then as Adjt., 2nd US Artillery at Fort Monroe, 1852-53 then at Pensacola, 1853-55. Assigned back at West Point as instructor of artillery in 1855-56 Clarke was then stationed at Fort Hamilton in New York, 1856-57. Promoted Captain Jan. 12, 1857 Clarke served in the challenging position of chief of commissariat on the Utah Expedition, (a.k.a. Utah War / Mormon Rebellion) 1857-60. Clarke was assigned Chief of Commissariat, Dept. of Florida, April and May, 1861 then served as Chief of Commissariat of the Army of the Potomac, 1861-64. He participated in the campaigns of the Peninsula, Maryland, the Rappahannock, Pennsylvania, and the Rapidan, and was brevetted colonel Sept. 11, 1863, for gallant and meritorious services in the Maryland campaign. He received the brevet of brigadier-general, March 18, 1865, for services at gallantry at Gettysburg and was at the same time brevetted major-general of the United States army for faithful and meritorious services in the subsistence department during the war. He was in charge of the subsistence department in Connecticut, New York and New Jersey, 1864-67; division of Missouri, 1867-75; and of the division of the Atlantic, 1879-84. He was promoted colonel May 20, 1882, and was retired Nov. 9, 1884. He died in Washington, D.C., May 10, 1887. (Source: Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans)

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1863- Rhode Island Book Seller / Stationer - ‘HARD-TIME’ TOKEN

Issued by and marked Frank L. Gay - Book Seller & Stationery - 140 Westminster St. – Prov. RI . These little penny sized coins were struck in the early years of the American Civil War to fill a commercial need when people began hording hard currency. By July of 1862 even the lowly copper cent had all but disappeared from public circulation. Though the U. S. Mint began issuing substitute paper money in the usual coinage denominations and folks began using postage stamps to augment that effort, commercial needs demanded something more familiar and more durable. The private minting of what collectors refer to as HARD-TIME TOKENS began to appear in the fall of 1862. These private issue coins fell in two categories, the patriotic token which did not carry the name of a specific redeemer and the so called store-card such as offered here, which carried the name of a specific merchant. The little private issue ‘penny’ filled the commercial need and soon enjoyed general acceptance as a means of exchange usually allotted the value of one cent. The little copper cent was minted in several variations and designs (usually patriotic) and were almost immediately a collectable accounting for some limited availability of nice condition examples still available on today’s collectors market. Not a common find outside of collector circles though, as the short lived Civil War token was outlawed by act of Congress in 1864 when the issuance of currency in any form by private individuals was forbidden. We have acquired a small collection of these little relics and are offering them individually in our online shop for the collector who would enjoy a nice original example to go in a Civil War grouping or coin collection. The patriotic example offered here remains in pleasing, uncirculated condition with a natural age patina. (Will make a neat original Civil War vintage gift without spending lots of money.)You may view all of these that are currently on our site by entering ‘ patriotic token ’ in our search feature.

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1853 Kentucky POLITICAL BROADSIDE & LETTER

A nice size for display is this 9 ½ X 8 ¼ inch broadside advising of a DEMOCRATIC MEETING of the Democracy of Henderson County May 28, 1853. The meeting is to be held at R. D. Burbank’s Tobacco Stemmery for the purpose of transaction of important business to be submitted to the Central Committee. Printed on one side and all in nice original condition with no rips, tears or repairs, this historic broadside comes a letter from Kentucky’s U. S. Congressman Benjamin Edwards Grey to Kentucky lawyer and state senator John B. Burner. (see: Capt. Thomas Speed’s - The Union Cause in Kentucky 1860-1865 ) The broadside was folded in the letter which reads:

Henderson May 24th 1853 Dear Burner, You see from the enclosed that the Democrats are getting up the most thorough organization possible in order to carry this Congressional election & to carry the next Legislature. If Whigs would ¬¬¬¬stand in voting against me they are at the same time defeating their own party. They would hesitate long before they do so. If they defeat me with Dande what Whig in the District can next time defeat _____ or some other Democrat who may run. It is the interest of the Whig party to heal all breaches in the party. It may be said that I created the breach but it may also be said the convention created the breach. I will do all to conciliate, will they do the same. I am you friend truly. Benjamin Edwards Grey


The brown ink penned letter is faint but legible, signed and in the hand of Congressman Grey. All in original condition with no rips , tears or repairs, the letter is franked by Grey and postmarked HENDERSON KY – MAY 25. Grey was elected as a Whig to the 32nd and 33rd Congress but it seems his concerns expressed in the letter to John Burner were well founded as he was unsuccessful in his bid for reelection to the 34th Congress. A neat early Kentucky Political broadside with its accompanying letter !
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original Pat 1863 NEEDLE PACKET

This attractive paper sewing needle packet is all original and retains its original content of needles. Illustrated here with a quarter for size comparison this neat little needle packet is dated U.S. Pat. Oct. 18,1863 and is labeled BLOOD’S Genuine Helix NEEDLES. An eye appealing companion piece for the Civil War vintage ladies sewing basket or soldiers personal things. ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !
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Vintage Brass Plated SAFETY PINS

Not a big deal but when we found these as new and un-used old safety pins in a vintage country store grouping we felt they were worth preserving. Just the thing to lay in an old sewing basket or period housewife sewing kit, these early brass plated safety pins are priced by the group of a dozen in graduating sizes just as they were offered those many years ago. 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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19th century Turned Bone Whistle

Illustrated here with a U.S. quarter for size comparison, this neat little period turned bone whistle remains in excellent condition with no cracks, flaws or repairs and will lay in well in any period personal grouping. Difficult to find in bone, Civil War site digger/historians have well documented pewter examples of the period style. 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 Private Purchase Spurs

A nice pair of antique private purchase spurs, this attractive matched pair each bear a number 8 size designation with iron rowels, and smooth period wear with an untouched natural age patina. A well-documented period design found in the most reliable Civil War collector references, these all original spurs will go nicely in any quality collection. ( Illustrated here with a Civil War vintage quarter for size comparison. ) Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !

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lot of 6 – c. 1860 / 1870 POLICE BUTTONS

Illustrated here with a quarter for size comparison, our photographs will likely do best to describe this group of 6 matching antique POLICE frock buttons. Maker marked SCOVILL MF’G CO. WATERBURY, these buttons are dated c. 1860 1870 in McGuinn & Bazelons AMERICAN MILITARY BUTTON MAKERS AND DEALERS; THEIR BACKMARKS & DATES p.88 top ctr. 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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Civil War era - D. Goff & Son Worsted Braid Binding

Utilized in the period as textile binding braid or tape, this original 5 yard packet of early ¾ inch D. Goff & Son Worsted remains in unopened as newcondition and will serve well in any appropriate textile restoration effort or simply as a display piece with 19th century textile or sewing antiques.
Darius Goff set up his textile machinery in 1861 in what was known as the old stone millon the east side of the river in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. The little weaving operation was the first worsted mill in the country when the younger Goff joined his father to form D. Goff & Son in 1862. A neat old attic find. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !
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Civil War IMPORT INFANTRY SHAKO

An exceptionally nice looking early Civil War issue import leather shako (see: RALLY ROUND THE FLAG / Uniforms of the Union Volunteers of 1861 by Ron Field) this example is complete with original die struck brass American eagle over infantry horn plate as illustrated in Stanley Philip’s, Excavated Artifacts from Battlefields & Campsites of the Civil War. All original and complete, this example even retains the chin strap with original strap retainer in the crown. Both original features are generally long since gone. This one even sports its period dress wool pompom. Known to have been imported early in the Civil War the use of this handsome shako has been well established by virtue of camp site and battle field excavations with records of use by Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and New York regiments. Offers good evidence of age and originality yet all in excellent condition with nice original finish and solid construction even to its original 2 ¾ inch wide sweat band. An attractive piece of Civil War head gear at a reasonable price! 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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hand crafted vintage CLOTHES PINS

A neat pair of vintage clothespins hand cut from a young sapling or tree branch (illustrated here with a U.S. quarter for size comparison) and bound with a strip of tinned iron to form what must have been a very effective clothes pin. We have seen this style in years past usually found among 19th century household and camp things but like most everyday utilitarian items of the period they seem to have vanished. With pleasing age and originality this pair will go well with other period country items or in any grouping of Civil War vintage personal things. ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!

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antique tin RECORDER or PENNY WHISTLE

Popularly referred to as a Recorder, Tin Whistle or Penny Whistle the history of these mostly folk music instruments reaches back to the earlier 19th century. Gracing many a Civil War soldier’s evening respite from the days military activity or wood stove concert in winter camp, the little tin recorder was a favorite at many a mid 19th century entertainment. Fashioned from thin tinned sheet iron rolled into a tube with hand lead soldered mouth piece and seam, the penny whistle was light in the haversack or knapsack, yet durable. This example measures 13 ½ inches in length with good evidence of age and period use. A rich natural age patina, good evidence of period hand soldering and the charm of period use and carrying while remaining in pleasing, even playable condition, will set this all original little musical instrument well in any Civil War collection. 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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