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An extremely rare, early pattern, thinner Tennessee style, cast brass rectangular C.S.A. on its original brown/black leather belt. The buckle has Civil War Era field repaired rear hooks that were hand crafted and have been soldered onto the back of the buckle replacing the original cast brass hooks that apparently had broken off. The buckle has a beautiful, rich, aged patina, and the belt is in nice condition as well with no breaks or repairs.

An extremely rare, early pattern, thinner Tennessee style, cast brass rectangular C.S.A. on its original brown/black leather belt. The buckle has Civil War Era field repaired rear hooks that were hand crafted and have been soldered onto the back of the buckle replacing the original cast brass hooks that apparently had broken off. The buckle has a beautiful, rich, aged patina, and the belt is in nice condition as well with no breaks or repairs.

Ultra Rare Confederate Butternut Forage Cap. The black trim is in keeping with uniforms worn by Louisiana and North Carolina troops, although an exact state affiliation can not be determined.

The black trim is in keeping with uniforms worn by Louisiana and North Carolina troops, although an exact state affiliation can not be determined.

This is a rare 65th Georgia Infantry flag carried during the Atlanta campaign, complete with 41 bullet holes and blood stains. The 1864 Civil War banner has been fully restored.  The 1864 banner had been held by the Davis family of Alabama for nearly a century and a half after Private John Davis of the 65th Georgia Regiment rolled it up, tucked it in his boot and brought it home at the end of the Civil War.

The Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History in Kennesaw will unveil an important addition to its permanent collection Monday, a rare Georgia Infantry flag carried during the Atlanta campaign, complete with 41 bullet holes and blood stains.

Flag of the 12th Georgia Infantry Regiment,  1861,  Gift of the Muscogee County School District, 2005.22.1,   This flag, carried at the Battle of Antietam, features names of color bearers killed in action. The regiment included several companies from the Columbus area.

Flag of the Georgia Infantry Regiment, Gift of the Muscogee County School District, This flag, carried at the Battle of Antietam, features names of color bearers killed in action. The regiment included several companies from the Columbus area.

Confederate Cap Worn by a North Carolinian Killed in Action. This exceedingly rare chasseur pattern cap belonged to Private J. Austin Craven, a 29-year-old farmer who served in Company G, 46th North Carolina Volunteer Infantry. The Randolph County native enlisted in April, 1862 and was killed during the Battle of Cold Harbor in June, 1864.

Exceptional, Classic Confederate Cap Worn by a North Carolinian Killed in Action. This exceedingly rare - Available at 2011 November 12 Civil War &.

The 1864 G. N. Barnard stereograph  is titled [Nashville, Tenn. Steps of the Capitol with covered guns; vista of the city beyond] . The Battle of Nashville was the last large scale land battle in the western theater of the American Civil War...

The Civil War, Part The Places - In Focus - The Atlantic On the steps of the Tennessee State Capitol building in Nashville, Tennessee, with covered guns (lower right) set up nearby, in

Battle flag of the19th South Carolina infantry regiment . The flag is one of just six known examples of “Macon Arsenal” banners, produced in Macon, GA. The wool flag is approximately 48 inches by 52 inches. Macon Arsenal flags are distinctive because the white Cross of St. Andrew extends through the center, isolating the banner’s center star.Unlike most South Carolina regiments, the 19th South Carolina spent the majority of the war fighting in the west, and was attached to the Army of…

Army of Northern Virginia Pattern Confederate Battle Flag, Captured at Macon Arsenal by the Indiana - Available at 2010 December Dallas Signature.

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