RM1462 19th century Folk Art wooden cannon with the date ‘1770’ painted on top. This wooden cannon replica was most likely used as a display prop in a Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) Hall – with the date representing the style of cannon it is modeled after.
RM1445 Rare Civil War Veterans 46 Star American flag (1908-1912) with identification inscribed on the hoist edge “M.P. Resch GAR” – which research shows is Michael Resch of the 9th Wisconsin – who enlisted on 9/10/1861 as a Private, mustered into “C” Co. WI 9th Infantry on 9/10/1861,
RM1446 Civil War Model 1860 Cavalry Sword made by “Mansfield & Lamb – Forestdale R.I.” as stamped on blade. The reverse side is stamped “U.S. 1864”. The sword retains its leather hangers attached to the scabbard – which is very rare! Overall, the sword and scabbard are in very good condition.
RM1437 1850 Foot Officer Sword with nicely etched blade featuring “US” on one side and “E Pluribus Unum” on the reverse. A few of the noteworthy etchings include floral designs, flags, cannons, shields and an Eagle. Retailer’s mark on blade reads: W.H. HORSTMANN & SONS PHILADELPHIA”
RM1425 Outstanding Civil War Union Canteen with dark blue cover and leather carrying strap. The NY Depot was a branch of the U.S. Quartermaster’s Office of Clothing and Equipage. 1862.
**Sold**RM1426 Civil War dug US M-1839 Enlisted man's Cartridge Box Plate dug on the Gettysburg Battlefield!
RM1463 Maritime Telescope – marked “US Navy” – made in Liverpool England. Civil War era.
RM1460 Original Pair of 1859 Civil War Cavalry Spurs, nice dark patina. Hard to find a matched pair anymore