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New York State Uniform Button

Brass coat size uniform button, with a lined field, with New York State Seal at the center, encircled by stars, and the motto "Excelsior" below the shield. Measures just under 1 inch in diameter. Retains almost 100% of its gold gilt finish. Backmark: Scovill Mfg. Co., Waterbury, State of New York. Complete with shank. This button is post Civil War, but it has the exact same face as those that were worn during the Civil War. Circa 1870, Indian War period. An excellent example for display.  

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Norwich University Cadet Uniform Button

The oldest private military college in the United States!

Norwich turned out hundreds of officers and soldiers who fought in President Abraham Lincoln's Union armies during the Civil War!


2 piece, convex, non-excavated coat size uniform button. 3/4 inches in diameter. Face of the button has spread winged eagle with shield, and is holding arrows and olive branches in its talons, and retains almost 100% of its gold gilt finish. On the top of the eagle are the raised letters, "Cadet," and below it is "N.U.," for...  

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Grand Army of the Republic Uniform Button

2 piece, convex, coat size uniform button, with raised, intertwined letters, G.A.R., on a lined field. Measures 7/8 inches in diameter. Back mark: Horstmann Bros. & Co., Phil. Complete with shank on the reverse. Non dug. Very nice example which retains almost 100% of its gold gilt finish.

WBTS Trivia: The Grand Army of the Republic was a fraternal order composed of Union Civil War veterans, and was founded in Springfield, Illinois, in 1866.

 

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1893 New York Day at Gettysburg Medal

Adopted by the New York Monuments Commission on May 6, 1893. These beautiful medals were made to honor the heroic New York soldiers who fought in the famous battle of Gettysburg, and were issued on July 1, 2, and 3, 1893, on "New York Day," at Gettysburg, on the thirtieth anniversary of the battle. The bronze medal was struck at the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia by order of the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury. A circular was printed and sent to the executive officers of each New York veteran organization requesting that they use the utmost care in...  

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Pair of United States Navy Shoulder Knots

Each shoulder knot has a gold bullion border with black felt interior, and a cuff size U.S. Navy button with eagle and anchor motif. The reverse is lined with black felt, and has a hinged brass fastener and hook. The manufacturer's name, address and trade mark is stamped on the brass fastener, J. Starkey, 23 Conduit St., London, with their trade mark logo to the left. Post Civil War period, circa late 1800's. Both of these United States naval shoulder knots are in excellent condition.

The manufacturing company, Joseph Starkey, was based in London,...  

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Gettysburg Patriotic Cover, Civil War Centennial Issue

6 1/2 x 3 5/8. July 1-3, 1863. Blue shield design with stripes within it, and 2 stars above. There is a map of the key points on the Gettysburg battlefield inside of the shield, and First Day of Issue within a riband below. Civil War Centennial, with the dates, 1861-1961, 1865-1965, with a vignette of crossed U.S. and Confederate flags, cannon, and drum. Published by ABC Cachets. Excellent.  

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Cover Sent by General Philip H. Sheridan

From Headquarters Army of the United States

5 1/4 x 3 1/2, with imprint at upper left, Headquarters Army Of The United States. Postmarked, Washington, D.C., Feb. 24, 6 A.M., with 2 cents red/brown George Washington postage stamp. (A57-effective date October 1, 1883). Addressed to Mr. Wilmer Moore, No. 20 Cane Street, Atlanta, Ga. Partial circular date stamped on the reverse, Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 25, 1885, Recd.,12 P.M., with a docket in pencil, "Sheridan," presumably written by the recipient. The envelope is not addressed by Sheridan...  

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Gettysburg Merchant, H.S. Benner, Signed Document

Served as an officer in the 101st Pennsylvania Infantry during the Civil War

Wounded and captured during the war!

Postmaster of Gettysburg


8 1/2 x 4 3/4, imprinted form, filled out in ink.

Gettysburg, Pa., Sep. 21, 1882. A.C. Creswell. To H.S. Benner, Dr., Produce Dealer And Forwarding Agent, Col. Buehler’s Warehouse, Carlisle Street. Terms Cash. To Freight. 200. 50. Recd. paymt. Signed at lower right by, H.S. Benner. Light age toning and wear. Very desirable item for collectors of material related to the town and...  

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G.A.R. Hat Wreath Insignia

Stamped brass hat wreath insignia with G.A.R. [Grand Army of the Republic] in silver colored letters attached to the center of the wreath. These were worn by Civil War veterans on their slouch hats or kepis. Measures 2 1/2 inches in width. Complete with straight pin fastener on the reverse. Comes beautifully displayed in a 4 1/4 x 3 1/4 glass faced display case with blue velvet liner. Excellent piece of G.A.R. memorabilia.  

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New Jersey Celluloid Badge

1 3/4 x 1 3/4, two sided, full color, celluloid button, manufactured by Whitehead & Hoag Co., Newark, N.J. One side has a Union camp scene with officers on horseback, soldiers standing at right with stacked muskets at their side, large flag pole with an American flag flying at the center, and several tents and soldiers in the background. Imprint at the bottom, Whitehead & Hoag Co., Newark, N.J. The opposite side has the New Jersey State Seal with riband below and the motto, Liberty And Prosperity. Imprint at the bottom, Whitehead & Hoag Co., Newark, N.J....  

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Hyde & Goodrich, New Orleans, Silver Serving Spoon

8 1/2 inch long coin silver serving spoon with maker's mark of Hyde & Goodrich in rectangle on the reverse, and monogrammed with initials in fancy script on the top of the handle on the reverse. Light wear and scattered tarnishing.

Hyde & Goodrich were superior silver retailers and importers of high quality goods in New Orleans, Louisiana from 1828-1861. Originally located on Chartres Street, they moved their business to a very prominent location on Canal Street in 1853 which was marked by the famous golden pelican. They were a supplier to the...  

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Nicholas Murray Butler Imprint

President of Columbia University

Nobel Peace Prize Recipient

Republican Statesman

This is Butler's message to the Columbia men fighting in World War I


(1862-1947) Born in Elizabeth, New Jersey, he was an American philosopher, diplomat, and educator. Butler was president of Columbia University, president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and a recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1931. He became so well known and respected that The New York Times printed his Christmas greeting to the nation every year....  

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