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bump now $105
bump. price now $135
Like-new Alfred May style C.S. Jacket. Sz 42-44. Made by Ben Tart with his blue-grey kersey. May was in the 61st North Carolina Infantry and this jacket was issued to him late in the war. Asking $160...
will take $150
FS: Confederate Officers cap. sz 7 1/8. Very slight use, bottom band is a dark blue jeancloth, the main body of the cap is a lighter blue kersey, hand sewn leather bill and sweatband with a homespun...
Here is a lucky soldier in the 34th Mississippi who was issued a Whitworth rifle and telescope in April 1863...notice what the rest of his comrades are being issued.....
Some were, by no means all of them. I've seen the ordnance records issuing power, lead, & cartridge paper to units in the field.
Casting bullets was rare, but did happen, especially early in the war on the Confederate side, mostly in the Western and Trans-Mississippi theaters where you have a lot of shotguns and "country"...
Jacket on hold pending payment.
I have for sale a very very lightly used Jodi Nolan made Richmond Depot Type II Jacket. Size 44. Grey-Brown jean cloth, tons of hand sewing. Asking $150 shipped. Paypal preferred.
North: 1st and 2nd Bull Run
South: 1st and 2nd Manassas
North: Pittsburg Landing
North: Stones River
Buckner's whole division was supposed to go with Longstreet to Knoxville, one brigade was called back to help Bragg but the following regiments went east with Longstreet:
I think I know the boys you are talking about. I remember they put on a great event in 1994 out near Athens that my 9 year old self just loved. I still have that little event booklet.
Sent a PM.
Is the coat still available?
1: CD Jarnagin Federal Infantry Frock Coat: Sz 46, very lightly used, the top of the collar piping has faded slightly, otherwise in excellent shape. $250 shipped.
2: CJ Daley Federal Sack Coat: Sz...
In some cases, revolvers and such were taken from the infantry and given to the cavalry. A member of the 24th Mississippi Infantry noted that Dec. 1862 those men with side arms not issued by the...
Are you talking about a Whitworth rifle? They were issued with brass scopes from time to time. But not the regular Enfield.
Price Reduced to $200.
He was in one of the NY companies, not sure which. I'll have to ask her again when we go out next.
Interesting thread, I've been going out with a girl who had a relative who was in the 1st USSS and was killed at Gettysburg on July 2nd.
I've seen plenty of Berdan's impressions out west at small...
WTS: Federal Mounted Service Jacket, Sz 42-44, Unknown maker but very very high quality as it appears to be all hand sewn. Used but in good condition, small holes on the shoulder where shoulder...