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  • 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...

  • 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. ...

  • 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...

  • 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,...

  • 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. ...

  • Reproduction USSC ration bag
    $15.95 U.S. Sanitary Commission Ration Bag
    The U.S. Sanitary Commission Bulletin in 1864 had a pattern for a soldier's ration bag.  Those bags were to be made from painted cloth with a cotton top and drawstring closure.  The pattern also called for the bags...