WTS-Great Deals !,CS knapsack & personal items
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** CD Jarnigan Knapsack description : **
(1) #308 Single Bag Knapsack retail price $136.50
Colonel Todd, in his work American Military Equipage, published by the Company of Military Historians, states that this knapsack is one of the most common confederate issues. We came by a near mint original knapsack of this type and have used it to copy our reproduction.
This knapsack is a large single bag. There is an inside divider made of cotton bed ticking (blue and white) which stops just short of reaching the bottom of the bag. Two shoulder straps make an "X" on the back and go over shoulder and attach back to the pack. This knapsack is provided with overcoat straps (blanket straps) to enable one to can carry a blanket rolled up on top.
Size of this knapsack 16 1/4 " wide X 16 3/4" Length X 3 3/8"deep.Maker CD Jarnigan.
( This bag has been used once,has a couple of very minor dirt stains, but DOES NOT HAVE, overcoat/blanket straps )
****Sale price : $65.00 plus $8.00 shipping****
(2) # SBS Missouri Boot and Shoe,black, single billet civilian belt, with roller buckle. Used but still has tons of life left.Very nice belt. Size 32-34 waist. Retail Price $35.00
****Sale price: $15.00 plus $2.00 shipping****
(3) NCO or enlisted mans, diary/wallet/roll call book etc.Roughly 6in x 6in. Very nice russett leather, comes with period style pencil and holder, but does not have period style paper. Purchased from Carter & Jasper Co., made by Dells leatherworks. Retail Price $30.00
**** Sale Price: $14.00 plus $2.00 shipping****
(4) Mess Kit. 1 Copy of a plate in Army Quartermaster Museum in Virginia. Riveted.Made by Villiage Tinsmith. Purchased from Carter & Jasper Co.Slightly used. Retail price $20.00. 1 Calvary style tin cup w/ bail wire added, unknown maker(very used but still has tons of life).1 Federal issue spoon. 1 three tine repro period style fork. Sold only as a set.
****Sale Price: $16.00 plus $2.00 shipping****
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"It has never been fully realized, nor appreciated by the people of the North-the great part in preserving the Union, the brave, loyal,and patriotic Union men, in the mountainous parts of the Southern states, rendered" - Orderly Sgt. Silas P. Woodall (2nd grt. grnd...) member of "Kennemers Union Scouts & Guides"-organized in Woodville, Alabama 1863.