One of the best ever reference works for weapons of the Civil War. This traces our hobby from soldiers picking up souvenirs after battle, to modern day collectors and detectors Hundreds of pictures including a special color section.
275 pages with drawings that show more detail than photos would, and great descriptive text. .00 CIVIL WAR SHARPS CARBINES & RIFLES by Earl J. This one's for every one regardless of your area of interest.
A history of one of the leading militaryequipment manufacturers of the war.
199 pages of information, pictures, copies of period advertisements, etc. 352 pages 12" X 9-1/2" with hundreds of photos of uniforms as well as period images of men wearing them. There are appendixes with unifo154 pages 8-1/4" X 10-1/4" Early in the Civil War nearly ended in 1861 with a Confederate victory in the lesser known Battle for the Potomac River near Washington, DC.
519 pages 8-1/2" X 11" full of pictures and descriptions of buttons!
A must have for anyone interested in this legendary American blade!It includes buttons all the way back to the American Revolution, and a section covering the complete period of Confederate manufacture, so as a Civil War button reference, this is great! Plates, buckles, buttons, corps badges, bottles, canteens, spurs, stirrups, ID tags, weapons..... The dust cover only has a few tears and small holes, and the book is in excellent condition! Plates, buckles, buttons, corps badges, bottles, canteens, spurs, stirrups, ID tags, weapons..... For years this was the go-to reference for every relic hunter. and southern state facilities, 55 of which produced bullets and cartridges during the war. In addition, the names of thousands of brave men, women and children who labored as cartridge makers for "the Cause" are honored within.Used but in very good condition without dust cover. But included in these 1248 pages are over 1300 photos and illustrations, including 593 bullet and cartridge specimens, 88 cartridge package labels and crates, 176 arsenal buildings and city views, 94 maps showing arsenal locations, 90 bullet molds, 48 original documents, 31 portraits of ordnance personnel, 88 miscellaneous images of cannon, machinery, percussion caps, rifles and carbines, coins, patents, artillery projectiles and 118 southern bank notes from the cities and towns that hosted C. All 3 Volumes $ 150.00112 8-1/2" x 11" pages with over 280 crisp color photos of artifacts of early Amercan every-day life that were useful for surveying land, building log homes, farming the land, traveling, blacksmithing, cabinetmaking and more, more more!f color photos of the many types of guns offered to the American Indian for trade and treaty by the Dutch, French, British, Americans and half a dozen or so private entities, such as the Hudson Bay Company for literally hundreds of years! 277 pages written in first person with observations and instruction of all manner of Colonial American life.There are lots of photos and illustrations of men's and women's clothing, accessories, daily life, games, food and much more. $ 25.00 GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD RELICS & SOUVENIRS by Mike O'Donnell with Charles "Hap" Hazard & Sue Boardman, 319 pages Page after page of wonderful relics with brief descriptions of what they are, and where they were found on the battlefields of Gettysburg!