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  • Early 19th century socks
    $42.95 Choose Options Early 19th Century Sock
    These socks are faithfully reproduced from instructions for an early 19th century socks, before 1820.  These socks would be excellent for wearing with gaitered trousers or with close fitting overalls.  Currently...

  • Essence of Coffee Tin
    $12.95 Essence of Coffee Tin
    This is a reproduction of the infamous Essence of Coffee can. It measures 2 1/4” in diameter and 2 3/4” tall and comes with a label printed on light blue paper and pasted onto the can.  The top of the...

  • Field modification hot dipped tin boiler
    $22.95 Field Modification Boiler w\Wire Bail - HOT DIPPED TIN
    This field modification boiler is made from a #3 canned goods can with the top removed and holes punched for the addition of the wire bail.  Ours is made from hot dipped in and measures 4.5 inches in diameter by 5...

  • Folding spoon
    $32.95 Folding Bone Handle Spoon
    We had this reproduction made from our original Civil War era folding spoon.  Our original was made from white copper (reason for the slightly more expensive cost), and this reproduction is also made featuring a bone...

  • Folding Fork Extended
    $18.95 Folding Fork - Bone Handle
    We are excited to be able to offer this reproduction of our original bone handled folding fork (spoon to follow soon).  Examples of these from the Civil War are very common and can be seen in several references and...

  • 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...

  • Georgia Civil War Sock
    $39.95 Georgia Pattern Civil War Socks
    These socks are faithfully reproduced from the description given in the Macon Daily Telegraph in January, 1864.  Currently available in cadet gray wool 2 ply yarn.  Original instructions can be seen...

  • 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,...

  • Half-Stockings, Hand knit
    $47.95 Half-Stockings, Hand knit
    Now available for order after research and development, half stockings that are suitable for your late 18th century and early 19th century impressions.  These are great to fill that gap of reproductions available for...

  • Huck towel
    $4.95 Huck Towel, 100% Cotton
    We have found a source for 100% cotton huck towels.  Huck woven towels have been in existence since the 16th century and are a common period towel of the 19th century.  Ours measure 17x22 inches. ...

  • Incidents of the United States Christian Commission
    $25.00 Incidents of the United States Christian Commission
    This book was  compiled by Rev. Edward P. Smith, field secretary for the Commission from the diaries of all the delegates that served during the war. This book provides excellent details of the USCC's activities during...

  • Reproduction Ira Lindsey Handkerchief
    $18.64 Ira Lindsey, 25th Massachusetts Infantry, Handkerchief
    The original of this handkerchief was carried by Sgt. Ira L. Lindsey of the 25th Massachusetts, and was among the articles collected from him after he was killed during the Battle of Cold Harbor.  It is in the private...

  • 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...

  • Jean cloth sack coat
    $145.00 Choose Options Jean Cloth Sack Coat
    Nice working class jean cloth sack coat make from grayish brown jean cloth.  Coat features a brown polished cotton lining and white cotton sleeve linings.  The front is closed with 3 wooden buttons and the button...

  • 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
    $139.00 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 knit "driving" gloves
    $39.95 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
    $21.95 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...