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  • 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...

  • Lady's Cloak Front View
    $129.00 Ladies' Rubberized Cloak
    While there have been offerings of late for men's rainwear, the ladies have been left out with little or no option when it comes to rainwear.  We have been working to remedy that, and are now offering this great...

  • 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,...

  • Men's Formal Civilian Vest
    $169.00 Men's Formal Civilian Vest, Size 42/44 Long
    Beautiful silk men's formal civilian vest made from silver and black silk.  Features covered buttons, padding in the chest, and original buckle on the belted back.  Size 42/44 long...

  • Men's knit "driving" gloves
    $34.95 Men's Knit Gloves
    Godey's magazine, in 1863, featured a knitting pattern for what was described as men's "driving" gloves.  These gloves are based on that pattern and have been knit from 100% wool that is small gauge and small and...

  • Tin Mess Pan
    $18.95 Mess Plate (Tin)
    Great example of a mass produced tin mess pan of the mid-19th century.  Made of plated tin with bottom diameter of 6.25 inches, top diameter of 8.2 inches, and measures 2.3 inches tall.  Measurements are the same...

  • Our overalls being worn by David Fowler at the George Murrell home in Park Side, OK
    $99.00 Choose Options Mid-Late 19th Century Overalls
    Workmen of the 19th century are commonly seen in overalls that were worn as outer protection for other clothing and as a working garment.  Our overalls are made with buttoning suspender straps that feature hand sewn...

  • Natural Linen Towel
    $8.95 Natural Linen Towel
    There are several examples of plan linen or cotton towels being carried by soldiers or sold by sutlers during the war.  This 100% linen towel is 16x26 and is a good utility towel to have for various uses...

  • 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...

  • Shaker Blanket
    $100.00 New Reproduction Shaker Blanket
    Our new reproduction Shaker style blanket is made from 100% woolen yarns, HAND WOVEN, and is a 4 season blanket, weighing 3 lbs 11 ounces.  The blanket measures 90 inches long and 75 inches wide.  The...

  • Personal size HOT DIPPED tin coffee pot
    $29.95 Personal Size Coffee Pot HOT DIPPED TIN
    This pot is based on several originals that I have seen in various museums and collections.  The Arabia Museum has a very similar sized coffee pot.  Our pot has a bottom diameter of 4.25, top diameter of 3.25,...

  • Reproduction 3 blade knife
    $39.00 Pocket Knife - Shield Front, 3 blade
    We are excited to introduce our much awaited reproduction, shield front, 3 blade pocket knife!  This knife is made directly from my original mid-19th century pocketknife that came from a collection in Kentucky. ...

  • Rain Cape
    $99.00 Choose Options Rain Cape - Rubberized Cloth
    The original item that inspired this cape is a rubberized rain cape identified to Lt. Col. James Deems of the 1st Maryland Cavalry (US).  During Deems' tenure with the regiment, they were heavily engaged and part of the...

  • 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
    $129.00 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
    $129.00 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...

  • Sheath Knife and Fork Combo
    $29.95 Sheath Knife and Fork Combo
    SUM is excited to offer a reproduction sheath knife and fork that, to our knowledge, has not yet been reproduced.  Our reproduction is patterned from an original 19th century fork and knife combo in our collection...

  • Top view of Bertrand Cup 1
    $19.95 Steamboat Bertrand Cup #1 - HOT DIPPED TIN
    The Steamer Bertrand sank in the Missouri River on April 1, 1865.  The boat was enroute to Virginia City, Montana, when it hit a snag and sank near Omaha, NB.  The steamer was loaded with tons of good destined for...

  • Gentleman's Irish Linen Corded Handkerchief
    $21.95 T.J. "Stonewall" Jackson Fine Linen Handkerchief
    When T.J. "Stonewall" Jackson was wounded in May 1863, his handkerchief was used to help stop the flow of blood from the wound.  That handkerchief was a fine linen, corded handkerchief and measured approximately 17...

  • Thomas Taylor Knit Cap
    $35.00 Thomas Taylor Louisiana Knit Cap
    This knit cap was used during the Civil War by Thomas Taylor of the 8th Louisiana Infantry and is housed in the Museum of the Confederacy.  The original was reportedly red and white, but we have made our first...