Revolutionary War Militaria(1775-83)

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A rare original and historic Revolutionary War British Army manuscript....."Return of Fresh Provision Issued by Abijah Willard, from 25th May to 24th June, 1777", including cattle ["Rebel Beef"] kept on Staten Island, New York. Signed by Col. Abijah...
REVOLUTIONARY WAR TORY ABIJAH WILLARD BRITISH ARMY COMMISSARY NEW YORK 1777 SGD
INFO.THAT CAME WITH ITEM WHEN ADDED TO OUR MUSEUM: “ This is an authentic antique gun powder horn or flask. This was part of my late parents antique collection that lasted for more than 50 years. My father was an avid collector of Indian, Civil War and pre 1800 period i...
GUN POWDER HORN FLASK ANIMAL HORN HAND CARVED CAP & PLUG. W/ STRAP
A rare and historic original Revolutionary War United Colonies three dollar [$3.00] paper note of colonial currency, issued by resolution of the Continental Congress, February 17, 1776, signed by Walter Shee and Robert Hazelhurst, and printed by Hall and Sellers. ....Si...
REVOLUTIONARY WAR RARE UNITED COLONIES $3.00 CONTINENTAL CURRENCY NOTE 1776
Offered in this 7-day auction is a c.1740-1790 Jack Tar Helmet. Scarce helmet in a large size in good overall condition. These helmets provided some protection to early sailors during combat, but mostly elements of weather and close quarters aboard ship. The helmets wer...
Revolutionary War Period Naval Jack Tar Helmet, RARE!
Reproduction of the 1767 French Officer's Small Sword. There are numerous variations of this once common officer's personal weapon but this an example of one adopted as standard for French Officers. The blade has a triangular profile for greater strength while having a...
French 1767 Officer's Small Sword
An original autograph letter dated Philadelphia, February 29, 1825, addressed to William Haven, Cashier of the New Hampshire Bank, and signed by Elizabeth Langdon Elwyn, sole heir of Governor John Langdon. She requests payment for her shares in the New Hampshire Turnpik...
WAR OF 1812 NEW HAMPSHIRE COL TIMOTHY UPHAM "HERO OF SIEGE OF FORT ERIE" 1825
Offered in this 7-day auction is a c.1770-1800 Powder Horn. Good condition powder horn with nice, mellow color. The wood butt cap features a staple to hold a strap and a hand carved script "NC". The "NC" likely means North Carolina, but could also be...
Revolutionary War Period Powder Horn, mrk'd "NC" for North Carolina on Cap
An original autograph promissory note in the hand of WILLIAM HULL, dated Rutland, Vermont, September 3, 1812. This may be the same WILLIAM HULL [1753-1825] of Massachusetts, who was forced to surrender Fort Detroit to the British in the War of 1812. The note is written...
WAR OF 1812 RUTLAND VERMONT WILLIAM HULL AUTOGRAPH PROMISSORY NOTE IN HIS HAND
A rare and historic original manuscript receipt for payment of taxes for 1795,1797 and 1798 due to the Township of Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, dated December 23, 1801 and signed by DAVID WEBSTER [1738-1824], Sheriff of Grafton County......He served as a sergeant in th...
REVOLUTIONARY WAR NEW HAMPSHIRE COL.DAVID WEBSTER 1801 ROGERS RANGERS VETERAN
An original and rare manuscript pay receipt for volunteer service in the ill-fated Revolutionary War Penobscot Expedition in the summer of 1779, an attempt to drive out British forces preparing to build a fort in the Maine wilderness. Many of the surviving soldiers had...
1781 FALMOUTH MAINE REVOLUTIONARY WAR SIGNED PAY RECEIPT PENOBSCOT EXPEDITION
If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return the product and get a full refund Our Revolutionary War relics have a lifetime warranty on authenticity ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ Free Return Shipping 100% Risk Free Any product you return must be in the same conditi...
Authentic Revolutionary War Bullet from Yorktown, VA with Display Case and COA
Offered in this 7-day auction is a c.1770-1800 Pierced Tin Lantern. Always a favorite for Colonial displays, the punched designs cast playful light in a room, but the heavy tin body protected a room from spark and thus fires. The center platform holds a single, taper ca...
Revolutionary War Period Punched Tin Lantern, ref. George Neumann
For auction is this Antique Brass 18th Century French and Indian War and or Revolutionary War English Sword Belt Left Half of a Clasp Buckle Dug in Ogdensburg, New York at Fort Oswegagchie on private land with permission. It was found by a veteran of the Viet Nam War in...
Antique Rev War English Sword Belt 1/2 Clasp Buckle Dug Ogdensburg NY 18th c
Offered in this 7-day auction is a c.1770-1790 Mess Set. This set contains items that would've been used by the a Colonial soldier everyday, including: 1) a heavy tinned mess bowl/plate, 2) a horn spoon, and 3) an antler handle 2-tine fork. These are in all in very good...
Revolutionary War Period Mess Set, Heavy Tin Bowl, Horn Spoon, 2-Tine Fork
Military memorabilia grail for sale here! It’s an original badge from the Sons of the American Revolution. It features the 14k eagle and a silver badge with gold caps. This is a remarkable piece of jewelry craftsman. It’s affixed to a blue, yellow, and white ribbon. See...
Sons Of The American Revolution Medal Badge 14K GOLD Eagle #3025 / 26
Offered in this 7-day auction is a c.1770-1800 Naval Fire Bucket. This bucket is heavy leather and thoroughly riveted throughout in copper. Retains its original copper band at top which would have also secured the original handle. These buckets are scarce to find. This...
Revolutionary War Period Naval Fire Bucket, as found in Charleston, SC
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Orig. American Revolutionary War Pike Head Spontoon 18th C Iron Polearm NR
RARE REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIER'S " 1777 " dated WOODEN 8 1/2" GUN POWDER DRUM / GREAT CONDITION FOR AGE - SEE PHOTOS FOR CONDITION DETAILS. DON'T MISS OUT ON THIS NICE PIECE! GREAT REV WAR 1777 DATED POWDER DRUM FOR ANY REV WAR ERA DISPLAY OR COLLECTION....
RARE REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIER'S " 1777 " dated WOODEN 8 1/2" GUN POWDER DRUM
Revolutionary war continental frock coat. This coat has 20 brass domed buttons down the front, 3 domed buttons on each sleeve, 4 buttons on the functional pockets and 2 buttons on the back. This coat is fully lined with white muslin and has shoulder straps that unbutton...
Revolutionary War Continental Army Regimental Frock Coat 52
This is an original document dated 1779, a pay roll roster for the 8th Company in the Regiment of Foot, commanded by Colonel Henry Jackson....Captain Thomas Hunt's Company.....signed at bottom by Henry Jackson and Thomas Hunt. Document is 10x16, folds, toning, overall g...
1779, Colonel Henry Jackson, Capt. Thomas Hunt, hand signed payroll roster, Mass
Offered in this 7-day auction is a c.1700-1800 Treen Mortar & Pestle as found in Eastern North Carolina. Great coloring and banded designs with natural knots. Tight age cracks exhibited at base. Original pestle. Nice size, shape, and design! Similar wood mortar and...
18th Century Treen Mortar & Pestle, ref. George Neumann
1773 George III Revolutionary War Era Colonial Halfpenny Has Detail #CC 1773 George III Revolutionary War Era Colonial Halfpenny Has Detail #CC Click images to enlarge Description 1773 George III Revolutionary War Era Colonial Halfpenny Has Detail #CC Proof (PF) Mirr...
1773 George III Revolutionary War Era Colonial Halfpenny Has Detail #CC
Offered in this 7-day auction is a rare c.1720-1770 Hand Forged Iron Handbell. This bell is in the popular early 18th Century "Queen Anne" form. Great rattail handle and forged iron detail. Retains its original clapper. Measures 5 1/4" x 2 3/8" Thank...
18th Century Queen Anne Hand Forged Iron Handbell, Rattail Handle, Bell
DOROTHY QUINCY HANCOCK. Dorothy Quincy Hancock (1747–1830) was the wife of John Hancock, a Massachusetts statesman and patriot who was the first Signer of the Declaration of Independence and served as the first and third Governor of MA. Dorothy married John in 1775 whil...
Piece of Dress Worn by Dorothy Quincy - John Hancock's Wife - For G. Washington
Artifacts found near Historic Philadelphia many colonial coins !! & other interesting finds !! you will receive all the items pictured usa shipping is $7.50
Artifacts found near Historic Philadelphia - Includes Old Colonial Coins !!
An original Revolutionary War era engraved copper plate print by Thornton from Barnard's History of England, circa 1784-86...entitled "GENERAL G.A. ELLIOTT...THE GALLANT DEFENDER AND PRESERVER OF THE IMPORTANT GARRISON OF GIBRALTER...1782", an important Englis...
REVOLUTIONARY WAR 1786 ENGLISH PRINT GENERAL ELLIOT'S DEFENSE OF GIBRALTER 1782
Historical Reenacting item is from a smoke-free home and smoke-free environment. Very well taken care of and from a personal collection of historical re-enacting uniforms and costumes. Left over and unused stock from a recent TV production. Late 18th century style Man's...
18th Century Linen Gaitered Trouser - Rev War Colonial, 37"+ Waist, Handworked
This Historical Reenacting item is from a smoke-free home and smoke-free environment. Very well taken care of and from a personal collection of historical re-enacting uniforms and costumes. Left over and unused stock from a recent TV production. Very, very nice, solid B...
18th Century, F&I, Revolutionary War British Wood/Leather Cartridge "Belly" Box
Pewter button molds, brass mold is for the French 18th Gatinois Regt., pewter button mold. The tong mold is for plain pewter or lead buttons. Brass mold buttons are 5/8 and 7/8" with the number 18 for the regiment with a plain 5/8" button, the tong mold has 4...
Button molds, Rev War, Reenactors, Uniforms, F&I, 18th Century
WILLIAM AUGUSTINE WASHINGTON. William Augustine Washington (1752 - 1810) was the second cousin of George Washington and an officer and commander of light dragoons in the Continental Army during the American Revolution. Although Washington led cavalry in a number of nota...
William A. Washington Handwriting - Hero of Cowpens & Cousin George Washington
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