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4259

Carter’s Writing Fluid - STONEWARE MASTER INK

A nice CARTER’S INK embossed stoneware master ink with the early STIFF & SONS LAMBETH potter marking. (James Stiff commenced his pottery in 1842 then in 1863 he brought his sons aboard to create Stiff & Sons in Lambeth.) The bottle stands approximately 6 inches and retains a portion of the original paper label. CARTER’S WRITING FLUID is desirable on the age discolored label. All in nice original condition with no chips, cracks or crazing and nice smooth glaze. A nice companion item with antique writing instruments and equipment. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !

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antique Masonic / Eastern Star - Lodge Hall Coffee Cup

A classic old Masonic hall ironstone coffee cup, totally original and in fine condition with no chips, dings, cracks or imperfections of any kind. Illustrated here with a U. S. quarter for size comparison this neat old lodge hall cup sports a Masonic device on one side and the emblem of the Eastern Star on the other. Not a big deal but for the Masonic collector a nice piece of turn of the century Americana without spending a lot of money. Some of us old-timers can still attest to the pleasantness of a cup of joe from one of these heavy old pottery cups. ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!

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early AMES marked Blacksmith Forged Skillet

Outstanding as a standalone example of early American country blacksmithing, an understanding of the artisan who left his name boldly set in the skillet’s iron handle, will be necessary to full appreciation of the old fry pan’s historic potential. Deeply set in the handle of this hand forged skillet is AMES a name that will ring true to the student of early American manufacturing as well as Mexican War and Civil War collector /historians. With a history too extensive to cite here, suffice it to say that it was as early as the later 1700s that blacksmith Oliver Ames set up his single forge shop in Massachusetts. Typical of the usual country blacksmith, in his early days, Ames would eak out a living fabricating all manner of iron tools and equipment from cooking grates and fry pans to door hinges, to farming and artisan tools. From here Oliver Ames’s would become the largest shovel manufacturer in the country. The Ames bloodline continued to expand in the foundry busuness to include John Ames in Chelmsford and John’s son N. P. Ames in old Springfield who would establish the Ames Sword Co. as the best known of Union Civil War contractors supplying all manner on military arms to the Union cause. (see: Sketches of the Old Inhabitants and Other Citizens of Old Springfield by Charles Wells Chapin ) This hand wrought skillet to include the AMES marked handle was blacksmith forged from a single piece of black iron. The bowl measures approximately 8 1/8 inches in diameter with an 8 ¾ inch handle. All remain in excellent original condition with a pleasing patina and good evidence of age and originality. 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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Fort Fisher N. C.- Powder Vessel - Official Records PRINTING PLATE

We’ll not repeat the entire story of Butler’s Folly here except for a quick reminder that it was a Union initiated scheme to strip and disguise a government ship (USS Louisiana) to look like a blockade-runner, load it with 215 tons of black powder and, under cover of darkness, anchor the thing in the shallow just off Fort Fisher at the mouth of North Carolina’s Cape Fear River. Upon setting an elaborate clockwork fuse system the Yankee sailors abandoned the rouse ship to wait in the clear for what they knew would be a disastrous result upon the Confederate fort. But alas, once the eruption of flames and rattling shock waves cleared, Fort Fisher stood pretty much as before, stout and proud. A report of the Union fiasco wound be included in the 1891 Government Printing Office publication of the Official Records of the Union & Confederate Armies. The product of this 4 X 8 X 7/8 inch wood and type lead printing plate of the Union Powder Vesselis seen in the Government Printing Office Official Record Atlas, Vol. 40, Plate 1. Emanating from a local estate sale the printing plate bears an old pencil inscription Lower Cape Fear Historical Society on the back.
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2nd & 20th Maine - identified - Bugle Call – Civil War Patriotic Music Book

Identified to a 2nd Maine Infantry transferee to the hard fought 20th Maine Infantry troop, this well worn soldier’s music book is none the less complete with no torn pages and is solid with the exception of the back cover which is there but separated. This rarely seen original 1863 publication of The Bugle Call by Root & Candy of Chicago measures approximately 9 ½ X 6 ½ inches with 60 pages of war songs and patriotic music with lyrics. (An interesting variation to the American music collector is the oddity of having a section of the book, pages 15 through 30, bound in upside down.) The book’s patriotic offerings include: The bugle-call -- Stand up for Uncle Sam, my boys -- The harp of the Union band -- The Union League -- America -- Clear the way -- God save the nation -- The skedaddle rangers -- The ship of Union -- Gone to the war -- Flag of the fearless free -- Call 'em names Jeff -- Stand by the president -- The battle-cry of freedom -- O, wrap the flag around me, boys -- Our soldiers stand upon the field -- Hail, Columbia -- The star-spangled banner (lyrics only) -- What's the cause of this commotion -- After the battle -- Uncle Sam's funeral -- Ho! for the gun-boats -- The battle-call -- Brave boys are they -- Jefferson D., Sir -- Come rouse up! brave boys -- Grafted into the army -- English neutrality -- Fine old Union gentleman (lyrics only) -- Freedom and Union (lyrics only) and more.
A period pencil identification on the front cover offers G. S. Gould – Maine while on the first page in the top margin we see: Bangor Me. – Gilman S. Gould – Maine in period script.
Gilman S. Gould gave his residence as Muscle Rig Place, when he enlisted as a 24 year old Down EastMainer and mustered in on October 17, 1862 as a Private of Co. G 2nd Maine Infantry A list of the important battles in which the 2nd Maine participated during Gould’s tenure with the regiment would include, Yorktown, Hanover Court House, Gaines' Mill, Malvern Hill, Antietam, Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville. On May 20, 1863 the hardened veteran transferred to Co. H of the 20th Maine Infantry. Here the record becomes a bit foggy as while the Maine Adjutant Report lists a Gilman S. Gold as a transfer from the 2nd Maine to the 20th Maine, the early reference Maine at Gettysburg lists only a single Gould in the regiment, William F. Gould (a transferee from the 2nd Maine) serving as a musician in Capt. Walter Morrill’s Co. B of the 20th Maine. Some further research will likely unravel this all too common records puzzle. The Maine Adjutant Report has our man transferring to the Veteran Reserve Corps on March 15 1865 with no method or date of discharge given? As we have advised, this piece is offered as found with some folds at the corners and lots of evidence of period use but as we say, complete with no major page tears, stains or other issues save separation of the back cover. A scarce Civil War collectable with a desirable 2nd Maine Infantry and 20th Maine Volunteers connection.
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Civil War era Zouave Fez

In a collecting field steeped with variations requiring a specialized appreciation of those variations, there is likely someone out there that will recognize this attractive Zouave fez as indicative to a particular regiment but we will leave that to the experts relying on our knowledge of textiles and our fifty plus years of paying attention to Civil War relics in general as we offer our description of this rarely surviving period fez. With that our photos will still offer the best description of this wonderful crimson red fez of that wonderfully soft heavy wool felt so indicative of period examples. Most desirable to hungry moths it seems as original examples in this material seldom survive in any kind of condition, this one displays some moth tracking as evidence of age and originality but is solid with no holes. Weather the early A button with bullion trim is a remnant of the original wearer’s personal preference or a variation indicative of a particular group will be left to those sepia lists we mentioned earlier. The A company designation is of the period lead filled variety with wire fasteners and like the button and bullion tape embellishment appears original to the fez. With a collector’s reluctance to part with such a find we have had this piece set aside in one of our storage tubs for years but as we try to pare down it is likely best placed in a more appreciative home. A scarcely surviving example of the popular basic style of Civil War Zouave headgear. 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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19th century red stained DICE

Not a big deal but just the thing to lay in with a Civil War personal item grouping, we were fortunate to acquire three pair of these attractive little gaming pieces and are offering them here priced byby the pair for the collector who would enjoy a set for display. Cut from bone and stained red with desirable telltale evidence of hand construction. (Hand saw marks, ever so slightly out of square or with slight variation in size and uneven or off center dots.) Measuring roughly ¼ inch square the period red staining will set this pair apart in a personal item grouping game, set or gambling grouping. 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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8 X 12 inch - 49 STAR FLAG

Not a big deal but a relatively scarce item due to its short life with Alaska becoming our 49th state January 3,1956, then Hawaii the 50th July 4 1960. This silk 49 star U. S. stick size flag measures an easily displayable 8 X 12 inches and remains in nice original condition with no tears or repairs and retains its original bright color. An attractive patriotic decorative item, original, of the period and at an affordable price. 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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31st Mass. Vol. Infantry 19th ARMY CORPS BADGE

This wonderful jeweler made Civil War silver 19th Army Corps badge measures approximately 1 3/16 inch square and sports a tintype image of its’ owner in the center where the division color would usually be seen. The piece came out accompanied by three 31st Massachusetts Regimental Association ribbons and we surmise that the original owner placed the Civil War photograph in his old corps badge for post war wear at Association reunions. A desirable piece in excellent all original condition and still accompanied by the 1883, 1884 and 1885 31st Mass. Regimental Association reunion ribbons. An especially nice item for the Port Hudson enthusiast. 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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oil portrait - 19th Century Maine Ship Builder / Guy C. Goss) by Helen M. Hinds

Offered here as found and as photographed is this 16 X 20 inch portrait signed by listed 19th century Massachusetts artist Helen M. Hinds. (see: Who Was Who in American Art, 1564-1975 by Peter H. Falk & Audrey M. Lewis) A penciled name on the canvas back reads Guy C. Goss. Our quick google search for another likeness took us to the Maine Historical Society, MaineMemory.net site and their photo portrait of Goss. A search for additional images for comparison produced several photographs of a name sake three misted ship but no additional views of Goss himself who has a different beard configuration in the Historical Society image than in the oil portrait. (We ask buyers to do their research, look and compare for their own satisfaction.)
Guy C. Goss was of the shipbuilder firm of Goss & Sawyer later Goss, Sawyer & Packard said to be one of the most prolific shipyards of Bath, Maine. (see: A Maritime History of Bath, Maine and the Kennebec River Region, by William A. Baker) Born in 1822 Guy Carlton Goss was first a school teacher then, in the 1860 U. S. Census he is listed as a Bath, Maine mariner & shipmaster, in 1870 and 1880 as ashipbuilder. He died in 1890 having been a principal of one of the most successful 19th century American ship-building companies in the world.
As to condition, there is a small ½ inch puncture tear in the canvas just above the shoulder seam of the subject’s shirt. The oil on canvas portrait is otherwise solid with some stretcher wear but with pleasing color and an eye appealing look. We do take special care in presentation of our photographs and apologize for our host’s insistence of the distracting watermarking of enlargement. Please inspect our illustrations carefully however and if you have any questions please let us know.

If you have an interest in neat Civil War period things or Maine in the time, you may enjoy our museum site at:

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vintage MOUNT VERNON SOUVENIR WOODEN HATCHET

Fashioned from recovered wood from the post Civil War restoration of George Washington’s Mount Vernon, this appealing turn of the century souvenir hatchet remains in excellent original condition offering good evidence age with hand sawed construction. Nice color with its original old natural bug shellac finish is set off by the retention of its original graphic entitled Mount Vernon / Home of Washington. The little hand constructed souvenir measures 8 5/8 inches in total length. Not a big deal but an attractive piece for the Americana enthusiast without spending a lot of money. 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 !

If you have an interest in neat Civil War period things or Maine in the time, you may enjoy our museum site at:

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rare ! Bath, Maine 1889, republished – 1862 Vicksburg Dailey Citizen

Clearly a specialty item for Vicksburg collectors, Civil War paper collectors or enthusiasts of scarce News Papers and Newspaper reprints this is a 12 ¾ X 19 inch republication of the July 2, 1863 wallpaper edition of The Vicksburg Dailey Citizen. This particular example was published in Maine on February 2nd 1889 as a souvenir supplement of The Bath Independent. The Bath Independent was published weekly 1880-1902 . Reprinted in the 1880s by a number of the countries better known, higher circulation newspapers, the collecting of even the reprints by various papers has become a collectors category with the surviving examples of smaller, lesser known papers of special interest in the category. Offered here just as we retrieved from a collection some years ago, the old wallpaper sheet is sandwiched between two sheets of plexiglas. We’ll do our best with our photos to accurately demonstrate condition so look closely and as always we offer a three day inspection with return as purchased for a no questions asked refund of your purchase price. Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!

If you have an interest in neat Civil War period things or Maine in the time, you may enjoy our museum site at:

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original 18th century early 19th century – ‘lace makers’ LAMP

Commonly referred to as a lace makerslamp this classic blown lighting device was designed to magnify and focus candle or lamp light for all manner of intricate handwork and would be as perfectly at home among watch and clockmaker equipment, jeweler, engraver, or any such surrounding for precise work. The lace maker or needle work table would be no exception but certainly would not be the only application for the water filled lighting device. This original one piece blown glass example stands 13 1/2 inches high, its tapered neck with everted rim and bulbous body resting on a spreading pedestal base with folded rim. The piece remains in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. A particularly scarce and desirable item in this size. 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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important- U.S. Army then Confederate- Gen. David E. Twiggs - CAMEO

Our photographs will do best to describe this quality identified antique portrait cameo except to advise that the shell cameo remains in fine condition with no stains, cracks or chips and is offered here with a period ink penned identification D. E. Twiggs tucked in the back of the gold setting.
Born in Richmond county Georgia in 1790 David Emanuel Twiggs served in the U. S. military in the War of 1812, the Seminole Wars and the Black Hawk War becoming a Colonel of the 2nd U. S. Dragoons in 1836. In the Mexican War Twiggs led an army brigade at the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma. Promoted to brigadier General in 1846 Twiggs was a division commander at the battle of Monterey and was in command of the 2nd Division of Regulars leading that division in all battles from Veracruz through Mexico City. Wounded at Chapultepec, Gen. Twiggs was appointed military governor of Veracruz after the fall of Mexico City. After the Mexican War Bvt. Major General Twiggs was placed in command of the Department of Texas and held that position when the Civil War broke. As the Southern states began to secede Twiggs surrendered his entire command to the Confederacy. This included all Federal installations, property and soldiers in Texas. Subsequently Twiggs was dismissed from the Union Army and accepted a commission as Major General Confederate States Army and was placed in command of the Confederate Department of Louisiana. He retired in October 1861 and died of pneumonia in July of 1862.
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War of 1812 narrative – AMERICAN CRUISER’S OWN BOOK by Capt. Geo. Little

A scarce original publicationAmerican Cruiser’s Own Book by Capt. George Little, this 374 page volume offers a swashbuckling narrative based on the authors sea adventures in the War of 1812. An account of lasting popularity among scholars and historical nautical adventure enthusiasts alike, Capt. Little’s work in American Cruiser’s Own Book continues to be enjoyed today in republished print to order format. Scarce in the original in any condition, this example offers good evidence of age and period use and handling yet remains complete even to the endpapers and solid at the spine with no loose, torn or missing pages. The boards are solid with a blind stamped figure of a seaman front and back with decorative gold inlay and title on the spine. Copyright protected in 1846 and published by Richard Marsh in New York (John J. Reed printer) this original offers an engraved illustration to the frontispiece, another to the half title with additional illustrations by Billings throughout. A comfortable read that will hold the interest of any enthusiast of early American sail, this well worn but solid and complete old volume offers the charm of time and originality.
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American Revolutionary War through Civil War-Military Size- BALL MOLD

A classic style iron ball mold best described by our photos except to advise the viewer that it measures about 6 7/8 inches in overall length and offers an especially desirable cavity size suitable for and most often related to, use with a heavy military musket rather than the more common and much smaller ball mold of the period hunter. The mold is marked with the #5 which, consistent with the early smooth-bore ball sizing system, indicates that the mold casts balls at twelve to the pound. With a patch this ball would load appropriately in a #16 bore. (Approximately 11/16 inch in diameter.) A nice companion piece with an antique powder horn, with a period musket or with a nice hunting bag. (Illustrated here with a vintage quarter for size comparison. ) Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !
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rare West & Lee – ‘Game of Birds’- CARD GAME

Around about the Civil War era card and board game production started on the up rise in the United States with more and more card and board games being invented and produced by American’s. W.& S. B. Ives, McLoughlin Bros. and, of course, Milton Bradley were the leaders with more examples of their products surviving to be available to today’s collectors than those of smaller, lesser known game companies. Offered here is an example of the card game AVILUDE or Game of Birds produced by West & Lee Publishers, Worcester, Massachusetts. A rare example for the game enthusiast this example will display well or do well to fill a gap in the collection but comes with some loss from time and period play. All in the original box with the original game instructions and publishers catalogue the box though restorable has seen better days and a number of the cards are chipped. There are 60 cards plus the title card. (The game originally held 64 cards.) With wonderful graphics, and lots of period charm, this scarce card game will display well and is offered here at a price commensurate with condition. 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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earlier to mid 1800s Tortoise BROOCH & EARRING SET

Our illustrations will do best to describe this beautiful antique brooch and earring set. Constructed of natural tortoise shell in a classic period design this early pin and earring set remain in excellent condition with original wires and T-back pin fastener. 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 !

If you have an interest in neat Civil War period things or Maine in the time, you may enjoy our museum site at:

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19th century word & picture PUZZLE

Measuring 7 1/8 inches square when completed this six piece pasteboard American Indian Chief puzzle remains in eye appealing condition with bright color yet with good evidence of age and originality. An attractive display item illustrated here with a quarter for size comparison. 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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E. B. MANNING’S PAT 1862 – TIN & PEWTER POT

This classic old Civil War vintage pot stands just over 9 inches with a tinned sheet iron body and applied pewter hinged lid, handle and spout. The bottom is boldly marked E.B. MANNING's / PATENT/ JUNE 5, 1862 / WARRANTED. All in untouched and as found condition after decades of storage, this neat old pot remains in pleasing all original condition with no dents, cracks or condition issues. Hard to find in any condition, this piece will fit well in any Civil War period grouping. 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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