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M1860 Naval Cutlass - USS Philadelphia
M1860 Naval Cutlass. Naval Cutlass brass cup guard has no issues but has an old coating of varnish which could be removed. The knucklebow is stamped Philadelphia as it would have been in the USS Philadelphia's inventory. Quillion is stamped with the rack mark 20M / 157. Leather grip intact and wire has been removed as was typical during that time. Blade is b Read More »
Added: 07/25/17 Price: $2,750
Lt Col of Engineers epaulettes in original tin.
Lt Col of Engineers epaulettes in original tin. Excellent and rare pair of epaulettes in orignal tin. Tin interior in good condition with original label. Exterior has been repainted at some point. Really stunning set. Top has slight soiling and underneath red felt is excellent. One Oak leaf is tarnished over time as this was the top epa Read More »
Added: 07/25/17 Price: $1,850
Naval Lt. Commander epaulettes in original tin
Naval Lt. Commander epaulettes in original tin. Rarely see Naval officer epaulettes and these in excellent condition in an equally excellent tin. Pictures tell it all. Some soiling on the tops and slight wear to the underside as these were worn. Storage tin has original finish. Imported item from famed British maker Joseph Starkey of Londo Read More »
Added: 07/25/17 Price: $1,750
Commemorative Petersburg Medal
Commemorative Petersburg Medal. I think this is for the dediction of the National Battlefield in 1926. Leather case lined with black velvet. Coin or medal is nickle and has the Dictator cannon on one side and the depiction of the "crater" on the other. Read More »
Added: 07/25/17 Price: $350
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