I've never seen a Civil War era pipe with a flat "stand up" bottom.
The match safe is probably from the 1920's. Nice collectible.
This image of the men (and boys) of Company A, 10th New York Infantry - the National Zouaves - has been published, although only once or twice, and never
Bob will be working on a rifled but not sighted 42' in the near future as well. If I can ever meet up to hand over the parts.
Thanks, Lance. Good information on the 6th Wisconsin. This is a topic where one could collect...
Nicely done, Mr. Ackeret. When the 6th Wisconsin returned to Milwaukee it arrived during a 10-inch...
Great job Andy!
Rod, you may want to check your automatic signature settings since it didn’t...
Dusty, thanks for posting this. I feel another event on this property coming on, now that the buildings are gone!
April 1st, 2014, 9:14 pm
Here is a picture of Lt. Arnold with the rest of his company in the 23rd Wisconsin. They definitely have that veteran look.
And Arnold himself...
We can fulfill all your writing needs in one stop! Her at Button Baron we stock many antique writing supplies including: writing desks, pens, nibs, inkwells and more. We also have
Sgt. Major August (Auggie) Weissert served in the 8th Wisconsin Infantry. Auggie brought his blanket home with him from the war. Many years ago the
Belt is folded, painted and waterproofed heavy canvas. 2 inches wide and 46 1/4 inches long. NO HOLES punched for buckle attachment. Pouch has 4 layers