I'm in the process of selling off stuff that either doesn't fit or I do not have an opportunity to use.
1. RD-II Unknown maker but from Charlie Childs kit. Entirely handsewn. Size 42-44. It was supposed to be a 42, but it looks like a balloon on my emaciated frame. The jacket was worn exactly twice. I'm asking 95 dollars postage paid.
2. W.B. Button contract U.S. trousers made by Pat Brown. A size "3." Waist 36, inseam 32. The nap has worn away on parts of the trousers and there is a small hole in the waist band. Overall though, they are in very good condition. I'm asking 85 dollars postage paid.
3. Jim Lammers made U.S. double bag. Mid to late war. J.%W. Lyall contract bag. Mostly machine sewn, supple painted linen, proper hardware, leather, etc., etc. I've never actually used it. I'm told that it was used once before I got it. I tend to believe that. I'm asking 100 dollars postage paid.
4. Though this is not period, I'm selling an 1876 pattern Enfield/Martini-Henry bayonet. I'd like 100 dollars postage paid for it.
5. I'm still trying to sell "The Journals of John Mead Gould." I'd like 30 dollars postage paid for this.
I'd also be willing to trade for a decent quality federal two rivet scabbard or cartridge box. Decent used bootees would be acceptable also.
All items will be mailed priority.