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  • "Success To Washington 1775" Wallet
    $49.95 "Success to Washington 1775" Wallet
    There are numerous originals of these wallets that still exist today, some with various forms of embossing, but all with the "Success to Washington, 1775" motif.  There are numerous originals of this type of wallet in...

  • 18th - Early 19th Century Wallet
    $44.95 18th - Early 19th Century Wallet
    Reproduction 18th century Anglo American wallets. These appear in the 1750s and go into the early Federal era circa 1800. Hand made vegetable tanned goat leather that is dyed in pits filled with organic poppy dye for the...

  • Shot pouch front
    $89.95 18th-early 19th century style "hair on" shot pouch with belt
    Another great addition to our leather products, we are offering these "taw" cow shot pouches, complete with vegetable tanned leather belt.  The pouches, as visible, are hair-on and feature sheep bonding with vegetable...

  • Money belt front view
    $69.95 19th Century Leather Money Belts
    We are excited to offer these excellent reproduction leather money belts.  Each belt features four (4) individual compartments for money or other valuables that is covered by one closure piece....with individual buttons...

  • Leather bound notebook
    $26.00 19th Century Style Leather Bound Notebook
    We are very excited to be offering these great reproduction 19th century styled leather bound notebooks.  These notebooks are 4.5 x 3.5 inches and feature 100 front and back ruled pages (200 pages of writing surface)...

  • 19th century curved handle toothbrush
    $21.95 19th Century Toothbrush - Curved handle
    I have looked for these for years, and have never been able to find them until now.  Curved handled 19th century toothbrushes.  These are vintage brushes from France and are NEW and unused.  They aren't cheap...

  • Repro Hot Dipped Bertrand Cup #2
    $24.95 Bertrand Cup #2 - 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...

  • Coffee Pot
    $29.95 Coffee Pot - Small personal size
    Small personal sized coffee pot that will fit in your knapsack or can easily be tied or buckled to your knapsack, haversack,or blanket roll.  Made of plated tin and typical of mass produced mid-19th century tinware...

  • 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...

  • 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. ...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Personal size HOT DIPPED tin coffee pot
    $34.95 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. ...

  • Repro Lyman bag after being oiled
    $64.95 Repro "Lyman" Shot Bags
    Reproduction circa 1750s "Lyman" shot bags. Correctly made from vegetable tanned cow leather that is burnished and sewn by hand with linen thread. These are correctly decorated as the original with a rolled wheel that is...

  • 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,...

  • 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...


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