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Historically accurate reproductions of mid-19th century men's handkerchiefs.  All of our handkerchief reproductions are copies of handkerchiefs that are in private collections. 

  • "Illinois" Handkerchief
    $18.64 "Illinois" Handkerchief
    This handkerchief pattern spans at least two centuries, with examples being seen from the 18th and 19th century.  Various sizes of designs have been seen from various examples.  A handkerchief with this pattern...

  • Reproduction
    $18.60 "New York" Handkerchief
    We were fortunate enough to obtain the original of this handkerchief during a sale of Civil War relics out of New York.  We do not know who owned the handkerchief originally, but it was part of a large Civil War...

  • Reproduction Broaddus Handkerchief
    $21.95 Broaddus 9th Virginia Cavalry Handkerchief
    The original of this handkerchief was carried by Dr. Eugene Broaddus of the 9th Virginia Cavalry, Company B "Caroline Light Dragoons."  The handkerchief is 27 x 27 and made of 100% cotton.  The original was in...

  • Galloway Handkerchief in Indigo Blue and Red
    $14.95 Choose Options Galloway Handkerchief
    This new reproduction Civil War handkerchief is the product of many months of research, design, and work. Faithfully reproduced from an original handkerchief in a private collection, our reproduction handkerchief is made...

  • Graphic
    $24.95 Gettysburg George Washington Handkerchief
    With a battle looming and the countryside in turmoil, the Union cavalry rode into Gettysburg on the afternoon of June 30, 1863.  The troopers dismounted and lounged in the town while awaiting further orders. ...

  • Gordy Handkerchief
    $18.64 Gordy Handkerchief - 3rd Georgia Cavalry
    This handkerchief was carried by Lt. Gilbert Perry Gordy, 3rd Georgia Cavalry "Chattahoochee Rangers."  The 3rd Georgia Cavalry fought in many of the war's western campaigns, including New Haven, Murfreesboro,...

  • Our reproduction McCowen handkerchief
    $21.95 Israel Taylor McCowen, 12th Ohio Infantry Handkerchief
    This handkerchief is a reproduction of the handkerchief carried by Israel Taylor McCowen (1841-1864), 12th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, who was killed at the Battle of Lynchburg on June 17, 1864.  McCowen held the rank of...

  • Joseph Arnold Handkerchief
    $18.65 Joseph Arnold Handkerchief
    This handkerchief marched to the sea with Sherman and smelled of woodsmoke and gunpowder....now you can own this great piece of American Civil War material culture history! Currently in the collection of the Oshkosh Public...

  • Reproduction Lt. John Selden Handkerchief
    $18.64 Lt. John Selden Handkerchief
    The original of this handkerchief is in the Selden collection in the Museum of the Confederacy, along with Lt. Selden's frock coat, trousers, shirt, and other items.  Our reproduction is a faithful copy of the original,...

  • Graphic of reproduction Lt. S. Millet Thompson handkerchief
    $18.64 New Hampshire Handkerchief - Lt. S. Millett Thompson
    We are excited to introduce the newest of our reproduction Civil War handkerchief offerings!  This handkerchief, now in my private collection, belonged to Lt. S. Millet Thompson of the 13th New Hampshire Volunteer...

  • Bertrand Handkerchief #1
    $18.65 Steamer "Bertrand" Handkerchief #1
    The Steamer Bertrand was loaded with goods, bound for Virginia City, Montana, struck a snag and sank in the Missouri River on April 1, 1865.  This steamer was heavily laden with goods bound for the Montana mining fields...

  • 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...