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5549

classic late 18th early 19th century style - KNIFE & FORK

Plucked some years ago from a large collection of 18th century tableware, this attractive hand crafted knife and fork remain in exceptional condition with subtle evidence of age while appearing to be unused. Crafted in classic style with a knife offering a wide (1 1/8 inch) rounded blade tip for eating in the 1700s fashion. A classic two straight tine fork, both knife and fork of heavy forged construction, nicely finished yet, upon close inspection, with evidence of hand rasp shaping particularly on the inner surfaces of the fork’s tines. Both pieces have brass pinned, slabbed bone grips on classic tapered iron shanks. An outstanding pair that will display well with period eating and tableware. 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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5774

Dr. Francis Lord’s own - Civil War LETTER & NUMBER DEVICE DISPLAY

Dr. Francis Lord’s Civil War show 19 X 22 ¾ inch letter and number display board is offered here untouched just as the pioneer Civil War collector and author created it. The display offers 100 original Civil War period letters and numbers organized in sets according to size and style then wired (a few are glued) to a sheet of heavy art board and backed with a second art board sheet. Please note: We hope this piece will remain intact as a collection and have priced it at much less than half the going retail total of its individual parts hoping that will encourage purchase by an appreciative collector.

A breakdown of the display with approximate is as follows, sizes starting at the top by row:

7- 1 7/16 inch LETTERS ; 4- 1 3/8, 1- 1 5/8, 1-2, 1 2/4 inch NUMBERS; 8 – 1 1/16 inch LETTERS; 9 – 1 inch NUMBERS; 8 -1 inch LETTERS; 7- 1 inch LETTERS; 13 – ¾ inch NUMBERS; 13 – ¾ inch LETTERS; 7- ¾ inch LETTERS; 10- ½ inch NUMBERS; 12-1/2 inch LETTERS



Of interest to the collector and preserved in our accompanying letter will be the fact that 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 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 any other Lord collection items.) Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques!

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5583

original Civil War vintage ‘fly bonnet’ NETTED COVER FOR

Referred to in the period as a fly bonnet or fly veil back in the day these netted ornamentations served far more as a practical utility than as a decoration. Our background illustration of such is from a crochet instruction sheet published in an 1863 Godey’s Ladies Book. Acquired years ago when such neat things sometimes surfaced, this antique hand crocheted bonnet remains in fine apparently unused condition after decades of attic storage and some years in our own accumulation. please note: ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !!

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5806

88th New York IRISH BRIGADE Identification Disk

This attractive jeweler made identification pin was fashioned from a period silver quarter, smoothed on its face and engraved with the Harp and Shamrock design of the hard-fought Irish Brigade. The initials of the original wearer AO appear in old English under the harp. The back of the disk bears the stamped marking 88 NY (Clearly period to the piece but struck after the pin was made, the additional identification was likely the afterthought of the wearer.) Our research uncovered only one A.O. in the 88th N.Y.. Per the Regimental roster found in Vol. III of the 1893 publication of the N.Y. Adjutant’s Report Anthony O’Boye (a.k.a. Anthony O’Bogle) served as a Private in Co. E of the 88th. He was wounded art Totopotomy, Virginia and was listed as absent, wounded, at muster-out of company on June 30, 1865. 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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5780

WW II - CHILDS ARMY AIR CORPS UNIFORM

A bit of a departure from our usual fare to be sure but we couldn’t resist this wonderful WW II vintage child’s representation of an Army Air Corps uniform. Clearly made in the period for a young boy of four or five years of age the outfit includes cap, Ike style jacket, Sam Brown style belt, tie and trousers. All remain in nice condition with no tears or repairs. Pleasing condition yet obviously lightly used in the period. Our photos should describe the outfit best. A really neat pre US Air Force outfit. 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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5701

1800s SLATE PENCIL

Not a big deal but a nice companion item to go with Civil War era personal items, period writing instruments or just to lay with an old slate. All original with good age but likely never used. please note: ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !!

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5697

Victorian era antique - BONE CHESS SET

This attractive turned, hand cut bone chess set is complete and in exceptionally nice as newcondition yet with good evidence of age and originality. The set is housed in its original 5 1/2 X 4 1/4 X 2 3/8 inch dovetail box. A desirable offering to suit a wide variety of collector interest to include antique games and Civil War personal items. (see: Gettysburg Visitor’s Center Civil War Museum 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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4474

PAT. 1864 SELF CLOSING MATCH BOX

Heavy cast iron safety match box, this neat little remnant of every day Civil War era life is boldly marked on the cover, Self Closing – for matches & c., Patented Dec. 20, 1864, D. M & Co. A nice example in a desirable size (illustrated here with quarter for size comparison) this example offers remnants of its original black enamel finish and good evidence of age and originality.
An attractive piece for the antique wood stove or country kitchen as well as to the Civil War collector. 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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4559

CIVIL WAR ERA BRASS CANDLESTICK

A nice single example of a classic Civil War vintage sand weighted, spun brass candlestick. All original and standing approximately 5 3/8 inches high, stick will polish up well though we think that would be a shame and so have left such bad acting to the choice of the new owner. With only the slightest bit of evidence of period use and a very light age patina after years of attic chest storage, this candlestick offers lots of charm and will fit in nicely in any Civil War period grouping. Until it was unfortunately broken up, an example of this style was, for many years included in the old Gen. Robert E. Lee Headquarters Museum collection in Gettysburg. please note: ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !!
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5704

5 Civil War Cavalry letters: exchanged between Co. D 1st U. S. Dragoons then 18th NY Cav. friends.

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ITEM CODE: 5704
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5 Civil War Cavalry letters: exchanged between Co. D 1st U. S. Drag. then 18th NY Cav. friends.
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This group of five soldier’s letters consists of 4 letters by Sgt. then Lt. Wim. Dubois, a veteran of Co. D 1st U. S. Dragoons now serving in the 18th New York Cavalry, to Friend Solomon O’Rielly (needs research but clearly had some connection to the old Co. D, 1st Dragoons) and one letter on Christian Commission Stationary comes from Sgt. Wm. Shackelford to Solomon O’Rielly. Also a veteran of Co. D 1st Dragoons, Shackelford in now a member of the 18th N. Y. Cavalry but has been hospitalized at Jefferson Barracks by virtue of a gunshot wound for nearly a year. Best described by our photos and a brief synopsis of each, below, the letters are penned in ink and are relatively easy read. All remain in decent condition save one that though complete is torn in half. Dubois’s letters offer a sprinkling of the usual between friends but offers an interesting insight into Cavalryman life in Texas among the deeply pro Confederate population. Other friends of D Co. and the 18th Cavalry are mentioned with salutations passed along. Sgt. George Rork (old Rork) of the 1st Dragoons then 18th Cavalry is mentioned along with the shooting of the 18th’s Capt. Nowlan (Henry James Nowlan) by a local desperado. (Lt. Dubois seems quite contrary to life in Texas except for the abundance of plenty of Mexican girls.) Sgt. Shackelford’s letter on Christian Commission stationary from Jefferson Barrack’s Hospital may be a favorite of this group as it is penned in light blue ink in a pleasing hand and is devoted almost entirely to a lament of the recent loss of President Abraham Lincoln




#1 January 18, 1865 - La Fourche, La. : Sgt. Wim. Dubois to "Friend Sol" (Solomon O’Rielly needs research) : Has been out on scout for the last two weeks and just returned to this place. Reports on the wellbeing of mutual friend Wim. Shackelford who is not doing well laying in hospital so long (We learn in another of these letters that their friend had been shot). Dubois encourages Sol to write their ailing friend Sergt. William Shackelford at Ward C Jefferson Barracks, Missouri. Advises that old Rork is well and wishes to be remembered. ( Geo. Rork Co. G 18th N.Y. Cavalry, like Dubois and Shackelford, had prior service in D Co. 1st U. S. Dragoons) It is clear that Solomon O’Rielly was a veteran of D Co. as well as Dubois inquires of him if he had heard anything from the old Co. (additional general interest content)


#2 March 4,1865 – Kennerville, La.: Lt. Wim. Dubois to "Friend Sol" (Solomon O’Rielly needs research) : Advises "Sol" he has received a commission to 2nd Lt. mentions mutual friend George Rock again and advises that he has made Sargent. Received a letter from Shackelford and advises that "it has been eleven months today since he was shot". "That is a good while to lay in a hospital" says Dubois. He expresses doubt as to the optimism of his friend that "the war is almost over". "There will be a good deal of hard fighting yet" exclaims Dubois penning his opinion that the "Rebs will have to be well whipped". He advises of a buildup of Union troops in the area and rumors of an impending "expedition". He expects that "Mobile is the place".


#3 April 24, 1865 – Jefferson Barracks Hospital, Missouri (on U. S. Christian Commission stationary) : Sgt. Wim. Shackelford to Solomon O’Rielly : The long hospitalized Sgt. Shackelford expresses distress at the death of Abraham Lincoln "all the world will mourn him" writes Shackelford. "We all looked to him as a father; a heavy blow to our country exclaims. The obviously distraught wounded Cavalryman expresses his pleasure at the letter he has received from his friend Solomon yet devoted the majority of his letter mourning the loss of the President. He does mention Dubois and pleasure at receiving a letter from Sgt. Geo. Rock. Sgt. Shackelford closes with assurance that my wound is about healed up.

#4 Aug. 24, 1865 - San Antonio, Texas : Lt. Wim. Dubois to ‘Friend Sol’ (Solomon O’Rielly needs research) : Has been on the move and now has been in San Antonio about ten days; We came from New Orleans, La. to this place by land and a long march it has been. Lt. Dubois reports that There are a good many troops in this state and at present, what they are going to do with us is more than I can say. He advises that the talk is that we are going to Mexico to fight the French. Seems to like the place in general though all are eager for discharge. Plenty of Mexican girls here says he. As always remembers mutual friends Rock and Shackelford.


#5 April 1, 1866 San Antonio Springs, Texas : Lt. Wim. Dubois to ‘Friend Sol’ (Solomon O’Rielly needs research) The Lieutenant’s opinion of Texas seems to have waned somewhat since his arrival in August of 1865. Still laying in this old camp doing nothing of any impotence. Dull says he though they did have some excitement recently when Capt. Nowlan of the 18th NY Cavalry was shot by a local desperado. The people in this state with few exceptions are as much rebels now as they ever was. For my part I would rather fight them than to try and live in peace and hear them curse the Yankees every day. The very worst Rebels here get the best deals. Lt. Dubois writes of a corral master in the place that is paid $100.00 a month who was Captain of a band of gorillas. The man boasts of the number of Yankees that he and his band murdered. Dubois writes of a dispute with the man over retrieval of horses from x-gorilla Captain’s corral. I hit him over the head with a six-shooter and fetched him to his knees. The fallen Reb soon threatened that he would shoot our Lt. Dubois next time he saw him but the Lieutenant advises that there is little danger.
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5696

Civil War vintage JEWS HARP

All original and ready to play yet remaining in excellent condition, this staple of the Civil War camp has been well documented by Civil War site diggers and offers lots of eye appeal and period charm. With clear evidence of period construction and a rich age patina this old Jews Harp will be neat relic for the personal item collector or musical enthusiast. ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !!
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5651

Mid to late 1800s antique hard rubber – CIGAR HOLDER

We have rediscovered a small number of antique hard rubber cigar holders acquired years ago when such neat items showed themselves from defunct lodge and G.A.R. hall cleanouts. Offered here individually priced for the collector / tobacciana enthusiast who would like one. We have used a quarter here for size comparison. These old hard rubber holders are, despite their obvious age, in new, unused condition and came from the final cleanout of the BOSWORTH MEMORIAL Post #2 G. A. R. which had been located in Portland, Maine.
One of the last of the functioning Grand Army of the Republic halls in Maine, I remember watching the historic old building fall to the wrecking ball in the 1960s. Maine collectors since then, we have been fortunate to acquire a number of Maine in the Civil War and Maine Veteran treasures since that time. 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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4541

antique Mother of Pearl / Gold nibbed DIPPING PEN

Our photographs will likely do best to describe this striking mother of pearl gold nibbed ink dipping pen. An exceptionally attractive antique writing instrument remaining in fine original condition even to its as new Norton & Co. No. 2 gold nib. 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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5812

SPECIAL! Original Civil War Maine REGIMENTAL MEMORIALS

We have a number of original Maine Civil War Lithograph Memorials printed in the period and are offering them here to the collector / historian who has a special interest in one of the Maine Regiments included in our offering. They average 17 X 21 inches and offer good evidence of age and originality while remaining in pleasing condition once framed. Most have one degree or another of age staining which is removable by a conservator. (We’d leave the age as original with the charm of decades of exposure to old pine frame backings.) Each will come loosely rolled in a protective tube. Most are colored and all will make an attractive showing, framed up and mounted on the wall. If you see something of interest from among the memorials listed here below send us an inquiry regarding the specific one and we will send you a photo with particulars and price.
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3rd Inf. Co. F 5th Battery Lt. Art. 7th Battery Lt. Art.
11th Inf. Co. G 13th Inf. Co. C 16th Inf. Co. F 17th Inf. Co. F 23rd Inf. Co. G 25th Inf. Co. C
27th Inf. Officers & NCOs 27th Inf. Co. G


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vintage RUBBER CUSHION HORSESHOE

A little out of our usual fare but unusually surviving in today’s world is this Robert E. Fruin and Thomas Tobin, Pat. May 4,1915 cushion tread horseshoe. The shoe is maker marked by the Fruin Drop Forge Co. of Chicago, Illinois. Fashioned of cast iron with a heavy rubber cushion these shoes were intended to protect heavy horses from injury and lameness. A neat item for the equine 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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post Civil War cased 6th plate NURSE TINTYPE

Our photographs will speak best for this crisp cased 6th plate tintype. A nice item for the medical collector, this image dates in the later 1860s through the early to mid 1870s. A nice Indian Wars / Western Frontier era piece for enthusiasts of that period. 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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c.1912 G.A.R. PARADE / MEMORIAL FLAG

This attractive 48 star GAR stick flag, is printed in the traditional old style on coarse cotton gauze measuring 18 X 10 1/2 inches. Recovered from a defunct G. A. R. Civil War veteran hall some years ago, we have had a small number of these flags in storage since. They remain in excellent unused condition yet offer the charm of the early printed construction on course gauze expected of these flags from the 1860s through to the earliest c.1912, 48 star flags. (After about 1913 these stick memorial and parade flags can be expected to be printed on cotton of a much tighter weave.) Anyway as part of our clean out / pick up effort we are offering the few that we have individually priced while they last. A nice all original decoration piece without spending a ton of money. 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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c. 1834 – 1851 U. S. Regulation ENLISTED ARTILLERY DEVICE

The Model 1834 enlisted crossed cannon artillery hat device is appropriate for use through the Seminole Indian War in Florida through the Mexican War with use of the left overs and examples from old armory stock pressed into service into the Civil War. (The post 1851-1872 insignia example is easily desirable as the cannon tubes are more slender than the earlier type offered here.) Measuring 3 ½ inches wide, die struck from sheet brass and remaining in fine condition, this two fastening loupe variation is tough to find and will please the most discriminating collector. 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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old model - Lamson FISH KNIFE

Founded in 1844 Lamson & Goodnow is the oldest American cutler still in business. Well known to Civil War collectors as contractors for the manufacture of the Lamson – Goodnow & Yale infantry rifle musket, the Shelburne Falls cutler has produced all manner of cutting utensils since its inception with one of the most enduring products being their classic serrated backed, clip point fish knife with the bold diamond checked American walnut grip. While the basic blade design of the Lamson fish knife is still in production, the grips are now smooth. Aside from the classic look of the earlier knife, many a wet handed old-timer has lamented the lack of the course diamond cut of the vintage grips. We have acquired two old-model Lamson fish knives from old store cutlery stock and are offering them here individually priced. Original and as new measuring 8 7/8 inches in total leingth with the just post war LAMSON STAINLESS STEEL / MADE IN U.S.A. blade marking and original early grip design, this knife will make a welcome user addition to the tackle box or is worthy of display as a collector among period fishing gear or cutlery. 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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5763

antique TIDDLYWINKS GAME

Best described by our illustrations, this neat little tiddlywinks game is complete with a full complement of natural bone game pieces and its original heavily lacquered cup. Initially a popular skill game of adults particularly of the gambling persuasion, later versions became more frequently associated with children. In any case vintage bone tiddlywinks games are seldom complete and will be of special interest. Ready to play or display. please note: ALL ITEMS ARE CURRENT & AVAILABLE UNLESS MARKED SOLD!! Thanks for visiting Gunsight Antiques !!
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