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CAP BOX CARRIED BY JOHN B. JACKSON CO. K. 7TH FLORIDA INFANTRY Richard Ferry Military Antiques The Florida Room

CAP BOX CARRIED BY JOHN B. JACKSON CO. K. 7TH FLORIDA INFANTRY Richard Ferry Military Antiques The Florida Room

CAP BOX CARRIED BY JOHN B. JACKSON CO. K. 7TH FLORIDA INFANTRY Richard Ferry Military Antiques The Florida Room

CAP BOX CARRIED BY JOHN B. JACKSON CO. K. 7TH FLORIDA INFANTRY Richard Ferry Military Antiques The Florida Room

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Col. John Griffith - 17th Arkansas Infantry

Col. John Logan 11th Arkansas Infantry

Civil War Antiques (Dave Taylor's) April 2015 Webcatalog #1

Confederate, Louisiana, General. Officers Hat Insignia

This woolen shako, a tall, cylindrically shaped military cap, bears a stamped brass bugle horn and the initials WR for Warrenton Rifles, a local militia unit that became Company K of the 17th Virginia Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. This hat belonged to Captain John Quincy Marr who died at the Battle of Fairfax Court House on June 1, 1861, just days short of his thirty-sixth birthday. Marr was the first Confederate officer killed during the war.

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Sixth Plate Ambrotype Portrait of a Union Zouave Soldier, with hand-tinted hat and shirt, in a black "Union and Constitution" and 'The Nesting Birds" (Krainik 110, 168) Union case, (scattered specks of oxidation).

The box is made from russet leather and is equipped with cast buckles for attachment of the over the shoulder sling. The closing finial is made of lead. The tins are made in two pieces and are original to the box. Archibald and Richard McKensie were Charleston saddle and harness makers in the decades leading up to the war.

The box is made from russet leather and is equipped with cast buckles for attachment of the over the shoulder sling. The closing finial is made of lead. The tins are made in two pieces and are original to the box. Archibald and Richard McKensie were Charleston saddle and harness makers in the decades leading up to the war.

The box is made from russet leather and is equipped with cast buckles for attachment of the over the shoulder sling. The closing finial is made of lead. The tins are made in two pieces and are original to the box. Archibald and Richard McKensie were Charleston saddle and harness makers in the decades leading up to the war.

The box is made from russet leather and is equipped with cast buckles for attachment of the over the shoulder sling. The closing finial is made of lead. The tins are made in two pieces and are original to the box. Archibald and Richard McKensie were Charleston saddle and harness makers in the decades leading up to the war.

This late war jacket with Script "I" buttons was worn by Confederate artillery officer William Blakemore. The red trim was added post-war.

Confederate low quarter brogans from the collection of the North Carolina MOH

A Confederate 'CS' Two-Piece Buckle and Belt Set – Richmond Depot Issue

Houston Depot cartridge box

Rare CS cartridge box with tin. Nice black leather box with lead finial and correct one piece tin inside. The top flap was cot off as often seen on CS boxes. Speculation has it the the top flap was removed for easy access or leather for their shoes. Old paper inside reads Private Edward Kay Co I Thirtieth Va.

CS cap box of russet brown leather. Has typical single belt loop and lead finial, and it has the one piece front with inner flap.

CS cap box of russet brown leather. Has typical single belt loop and lead finial, and it has the one piece front with inner flap.

The box shown here likely ran the blockade, and was issued with the Enfield rifle and rifle-muskets brought from England. It could however have been issued with any Confederate long arm.The box carries the “S.ISAAC CAMPBELL & Co. 71 JERMYN ST. LONDON” stamping on the inside of the outer flap.