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  • The Tract Journal, November 1862
    $3.95 Reproduction "TRACT JOURNAL" Newspaper
    Yes!  You can have a reproduction Civil War era newspaper that IS NOT a Harper's Weekly or Leslie's Illustrated!!  The Tract Journal was a newspaper that was published during the war by the American Tract Society,...

  • Rubberized rain coat
    $139.00 Choose Options Rubberized Raincoat
    These rubberized rain coats are patterned off original examples and feature a fold down collar and two exterior patch pockets (as seen in original examples).  This coat is not a "copy" of any one rubberized raincoat of...

  • South Union Mills reproduction double breasted rubberized raincoat
    $139.00 Choose Options Rubberized Raincoat - Double Breasted "Bertrand" example
    We are excited to offer another commonly seen style of mid 19th century rubberized raincoat.  Ours is taken from the raincoat that is in the Steamboat Bertrand collection.  The coat is made of rubberized cotton...

  • Soldier's pocket mirror expanded view
    $12.95 Soldier's Pocket Mirror
    We are pleased to offer this reproduction of an original soldier's pocket mirror in our collection.  This reproduction, as the original, is made from zinc and features the pull ring and stand as does the original. ...

  • Tapered tin mess cup
    $17.95 Tin Mess Cup (Tapered)
    Great example of a mass produced tin cup of the mid-19th century.  This cup is made from the specifications of one of the tin cups found on board the USS Cairo when it was salvaged.  The cup is made from regular...

  • Union Constitution and Flag Hanky
    $21.95 Union, Constitution & Must and Shall Be Upheld Handkerchief
    The original of this handkerchief is housed in the New York Historical Society.  It was made in 1860-1861 and belonged to a Union solider named Horace Squier (unknown state or regiment).  A great patriotic...

  • W.C. Wyatt Handkerchief
    $21.95 W.C. Wyatt Handkerchief - AoT Alabama Artillery
    We are exicted to offer our first Army of Tennessee carried handkerchief!!  This handkerchief was carried by W.C. Wyatt of Alabama while he was in the Gid Nelson Light Artillery.  He was wounded during the...

  • Our reproduction Kayess handkerchief
    $29.95 W.H. Tucker Kayess Handkerchief
    The American Civil War Museum, formerly the Museum of the Confederacy, houses several originals of this handkerchief.  This particular one is 100% silk in a dyed purple color.  The handkerchiefs were manufactured...

  • William Kean Richmond Howitzers Handkerchief
    $18.63 William Kean Richmond Howitzers Handkerchief
    This handkerchief is so much of a piece of Civil War history that its presence will bring the smell of gunpowder and woodsmoke....During the battle of Gettysburg, William Kean, of 1st Company, Richmond Howitzers, gave his...


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