Antiques and Collectables

Original Springfield .69 Bayonet

M1842 Springfield Bayonet.  Overall good attic condition with crisp US stamp with very slight twist in the neck.

Old Price: £175.00

Price: £95.00

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American Gin Bottle – No 5

Glass Gin Bottle c1800’s with original label, also has the markings Full Pint on the front and on the bottom, measures 8 1/4 inches in height.

From Bisbee Arizona, near Tombstone.

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Price: £25.00

American Medicine Bottle – No 10

Glass Bottle c 1890, reads “CHAMBERLAIN’S COUGH REMEDY” on the front, on the side “DES MOINES IA .U.S.A”, on the other side “CHAMBERLAIN MED CO”

Stands approximately 6 1/2 inches in height.

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Price: £20.00

American Whiskey Flask – No 12

Glass American Whiskey flask c1860/70’s, Marked in the glass “WARRENTED FLASK CONTENTS 14OZ”, stands approximately 8 inches in height.

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Price: £15.00

American Whiskey Bottle – No16

Glass Bedford Rye Whiskey Bottle with Original Label, marked New Bedford Mass on the bottom of the label, c1800’s marked “one quart”. Stands approximately 11 inches in height

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Price: £25.00

American Poison/Medicine Bottle – No 18

Purple Glass c1890’s Bottle.  Marked “FULL HALF PINT”. Stands approximately 6 1/2 inches in height

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Price: £20.00

Whiskey Bottle – No 20

These state named Whiskey bottles are becoming to be hard to find and this one dates from around 1870’s.  It has the words moulded into the bottle “J.T.S Brown & Sons Distillers, Louisville.K.Y.

Height approximately 6 1/2 inches.

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Price: £22.00

Original Indian Wars Cross Sabres

Original Brass M1872 Indian Wars Enlisted Man’s Cross Sabres. These comes from a reputable dealer in the USA that had a collection of Indian Wars Artefacts sold to him from an Estate.  These sabres look like they have never been issued by the Quartermaster Stores, loops are intact on the back and are in excellent condition.

Price: £35.00

Beer Bottle – No 22

Collected in the USA and is from the 1860’s

Stands just under 9 inches tall and at the widest point is 2 1/2 inches.  All measurements approximate.

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Price: £18.00

Large American Whiskey Flask – No 23

Stands approximately 8 1/2 inches heigh and at the widest part is approximately 4 1/2 inches wide.

The shadows in the picture  is coming from the numerous bubbles which were formed in the glass at the time of making and the glass has a green tint.

 

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Price: £18.00

American Whiskey Flask – No 24

This bottle stands 8 inches x just under 4 inches at the widest point.  All measurements are approximate

It has Warranted flask on the front, numerous bubble within the purple tinted glass which is a sign of its age and time in daylight.

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Price: £18.00

American Poison Bottle – No 25

This Purple glass poison bottle has the remains of a label on the front and a date which is still readable of March 9 1897. It also had Full 1/2 Pint in words within the glass on the back.

Stands 6 1/2 inches in height and 3 1/4 inches wide.

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Price: £20.00

Dr Pierce’s Quack Medicine Bottle – No 26

This bottle has Dr Pierce’s Favourite Prescription on the front, Buffalo.N.Y on one side and R.V.Piece.M.D on the other side

A quack patent medicine of the late 1800s and early 1900s. The product was widely promoted to treat “women’s conditions”.

It stands just over 8 inches in height and 3 inches side.  Measurements approximate.

The bottle has numerous bubbles and has a green tint.

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Price: £18.00

Furst-McNess Co – Bottle No 27

This bottle has Furst-McNess Co Freeport. Ill. on the front and comes from around the beginning of the 1900’s.

It stands 8 1/2 inches in height and 3 inches wide and has nothing on the sides or back.  it has a slight green tint and has a few bubbles within the glass.

 

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Price: £18.00

Rawleigh’s Bottle – No 28

This Rawleigh’s bottle also has MADE IN USA at the bottom of the front of this bottle.

It stands 8 1/4 inches in height and 3 inches wide, on the bottom it has a backward P in a circle and a number 2 and has a few air bubbles.

For Display Purposes Only.

 

Price: £18.00

Ballard Snow Bottle – No 29

Ballard Snow Liniment Co St Louis, Mo. as marked on the front from the 1890’s.

Stands 6 inches in height and 2 1/4 in width.  Has a few air bubbles within the glass and has an I within a diamond on the underneath.

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Price: £15.00

Dr King’s Bottle – No 30

This bottle has Dr King’s New Discovery For Coughs and Colds on the front, and H E Bucklen & Co on both sides and dates from the late 1800’s

This bottle contained a toxic combination of chloroform and morphine and pine tar. The product was promoted as a cure for consumption (tuberculosis) and for coughs and colds.

 

Stands 6 1/2 inches in height and just over 2 inches wide.

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Price: £15.00

J B Badgley Bottle – No 31

This 1800’s bottle has J B Badgley Druggist Middleburg N.Y on the front and stands 5 1/2 in height and 2 1/4 wide and has a few bubbles in the glass.

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Price: £15.00

Paul Westphal Bottle – No 32

Paul Westphal Auxliator for the hair New York on the front of the bottle, some air bubbles within the glass, needs a little clean dates around 1883

Stands 6 1/4 tall and 2 1/2 wide.

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Price: £10.00

American Whiskey Flask – No 33

This bottle has numerous small air bubbles within the glass and has a green tint.

Stands 7 1/4 inches tall and 3 3/4 wide.

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Price: £15.00

Apothocary Bottle – No 34

This clear glass bottle has a few small air bubbles.

Stands 6 1/2 inches tall and 2 inches wide approximately.

Price: £15.50

Apothecary Bottle – No 35

This clean bottle has a stylised J S in a cartouche at the top front of the bottle and has Pat Jan 4 88, W T & Co USA on the bottom

Stands approximately 5 inches in height and 2 1/5 inches wide.

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Price: £15.00

Warranted Flask – No 37

Has Warranted on the front, and Contents 14 oz on the bottom front.  Has a few air bubbles on the glass

Stands 8 1/2 inches tall by 3 inches wide.

For Display Purposes Only.

Price: £12.50

Civil War 1861 Commemoration Folio

New Produced by the US Postal Service very collectable.

This handsome tri-fold folio is the first in a series of five commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War.  Folio provides an elegant way to collect and display the Civil War 1861 stamps, as well as the two official First Day of Issue cancellations.

With the commemorative folio,

A sheet of 12 Civl War 1861 Stamps

Collectable “Behind the Designs” card with colour and Black and White cancellations

Exclusive information about the stamp and postmark designs

Protective sleeve and unique die-cut design.

Old Price: £18.50

Price: £11.00

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The Civil War:1863 Commemorative Folio

New,  Produced by the US Postal Service very collectable.

The Third in a series, this extraordinary folio provides an elegant way to collect The Civil War;1863 stamps.  Details about the stamp designs are printed on the left panel, while a windowed right panel allows display of both sides of the stamp sheet.  Housed in the centre, a keepsake card presents two official First Day of Issue cancellations with exclusive information about their designs.

With the commemorative folio,

A sheet of 12 Civl War 1863 Stamps

Collectable “Behind the Designs” card with colour and Black and White pictorial cancellations

Background information about the stamp and postmark designs

Protective sleeve and unique die-cut design.

Old Price: £18.50

Price: £11.00

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Original Harpers Weekly July 20th 1861

Harpers Weekly journal of civilisation.  Containing 8 pages.  Front Cover depicts filling cartridges at the US Arsenal at Waterton Mass , and contains 11 picture plates.  Lots of small articles about domestic inelegance, homers of the day, foreign news England, shipment of troops to Canada. The first 2 inside plates are lots of small pictures rallying the troops and rallying around camp.  Picture of Harpers Ferry Arsenal as it now appears, pictures of stockade in Kentucky and locomotive thrown from the rail bridge at Harpers ferry by Rebels.  Impressive centre page picture of the Navy Yard in Brooklyn NY, depicting 11 ships at anchor, pictures of reading the war bulletins in broadway, pirates.  A balloon seat of the war.  A piece of the Novel Great Expectations.  Other interesting information about other regiments.

Front page is separate, but the rest is in good readable condition for age

Price: £40.00

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Original Harpers Weekly January 4 1862

Harpers Weekly journal of civilisation front page depicting Christmas Boxes in Camp being opened. Contains 6 Pages, full of news of the war in 1862 plus a piece on foreign news of England.  Has 6 picture plates with Fort Massachusetts, birds eye view of the cost of Savannah Georgia, and a piece about Charles Dickens Christmas Stories.  Large centre picture Birds Eye View of Washington showing the Forts, Camps, Railroads Etc and an interesting picture of Washington at the time.  2 Plates of General Burnsides expedition, pictures of Ironclads.  Half a page of interesting advertisements of the time.

The Front page has come apart but the rest is all intact.  In good condition of age.

Old Price: £40.00

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American Civil War Collection of First Day Covers

A Collection 5 First Day Covers.

1861, 1863 Produced by the US Postal Service.  The largest one is commemorating the Blue and Gray ReUnion.  They are produced to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg, the other one is commemorating Fort Sumpter stamped Harpers Ferry with a picture of Harpers ferry, the postal stamp of Fort Sumpter 1861 and Civil War Sesquicentennial 2011-2015

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Sam Houston Texas First Day Cover Envelope

Sam Houston, Produced to celebrate the Houston Rodeo dated February 19th 1994, Produced by the US Postal Service, Houston District, Limited Edition to 3000 Worldwide

 

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Davy Crockett First Day Cover

First Day Envelope Cover, Davy Crockett issued to celebrate the Houston Livestock Rodeo, Produced by the US Postal Service, Houston District, Limited Edition to 3,000 worldwide.

Dated February 12 1996

 

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Original Midland Gun Company Catalogue

This 20’s and 30’s Gun Catalogue containing 34 pages of shot gun, air rifles and accessories is in fairly good condition for its age along with Prices and diagrams of muzzle loading shotgun, breech loading centre fire  from names like the South Death Gun, Farmers Gun and Super Demon , Duck Gun,  as well as Pistols, Walking Stick Guns.

A rare catalogue which has survived.

Price: £20.00

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Original Harpers Weekly July 23 1864

Harpers Weekly journal of civilisation consisting of 8 pages, with 9 picture plates. The front page is the sinking of the Alabama in Cherbourg.    An article about the sinking of the Alabama, conflict of sovereign ties, with lots of other articles and advertisements of the day. Picture of General Mead and his staff, plates of boats on rivers, an illustrated map of the rebel invasion in Maryland, centre picture of Grant’s campaign round Petersburg, lots of other small articles including a southerns courtship, picture of the great railway disaster in Canada.  Plates of General Sherman’s Campaign.

Intact except for a tear near the top of the first 2 pages, otherwise good condition for age.

Old Price: £40.00

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