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    I am doing some serious hobby downsizing and need to unload some hobby stuff before I/we move again. I will accept Paypal sent via friends and family. If you do not feel comfortable doing that then I will accept a USPS money orders. Shipping cost is not included in the prices. I will do my best to ship all items within three days of payment. Photos of everything can be found at the following link. https://app.photobucket.com/u/tylerlunderwood



    Pedersoli M1816 - This has not been defarbed and has never seen the field. The only powder it has seen was a single priming charge. $1,000

    Armisport M1861- This has not been defarbed either but when compared to my original looks really good. I bought it from a guy who never used it, and I have only used it at two events. Maybe 20 rounds have been fired through it. $800 SOLD

    Size 44 CS Colonel frock. This was made by Kelly Ford and Shane Miles. It is constructed from William Booth Draper WWB 810 broadcloth and lined in silk. The stars were made by Pat Craddock and the gold braid was purchased from Greg Starbuck who bought it from a European supplier. This was only worn for one event and I am asking $800

    Boyed Miles painted cloth haversack. $75

    Duvall .69 US cartridge box. $90 SOLD

    US canteen with 1st National cross stitched into the cover. $50

    Collapsible cup. $30



    Size 40 waist, 33 inseam CS officer trousers made by Chris Daley probably 20 years ago. These are very well made with some fancy stitching on the pocket flaps. $100

    Size 40 waist, 28 inseam US officer trousers made by Sean Cooper. $100

    Size 36-40 British Snake buckle belt. $15 SOLD

    Fenny Hanes/Richmond Depot CS Capt. Kepi. I have a 22.5” head and it is just slightly snug on me. $120

    Frame buckle belt. Size 34-42 $20 SOLD

    Size 36-42 CS officer belt. I cannot remember the name of the fellow that made this. But it was the guy from Washington State, and I want to say his name was Mike. Any way it is a very nice belt with a Parsley Brass buckle and some really nice repro cast Leech and Rigdon hanger snaps. $100

    Size 36-42 early CS belt with sheet brass buckle made by Don Smith IIRC. Bought it here a few years ago and the event that I had intended on using it at was canceled. $100

    Size 36-40 US belt made by Nick Duvall. $120

    Officer sash made by Wendy Osman. $110

    NCO sash I am not sure who made it, but it is nice. It has the correct size woolen yarn and tightly woven. $40


    Size 42 US Officer vest made by myself from Kochan & Phillips broadcloth and lined with silk. $80


    Chris Daley “Ohio” haversack. $30

    Ingrain carpet blanket. This is original carpet, but doubt that it is from the 1860’s. Regardless, it is still a pretty cool addition to a CS kit. It does have some wear holes but nothing that seriously impact's its serviceability. It measures roughly 70”x89” $125

    Dirty Billy enlisted US Army dress Hat. I bought this for the great boat ride at Shiloh and haven’t worn it since. My head is 22.5” and it fits well. $80 SOLD

    Tim Bender made “Stevenson” hat. My head is 22.5 and it fits perfectly. $130 PENDING

    Capt. shoulder boards that came from he who we do not speak of. These have had the paste board backing removed. $15

    Subdued LT. Shoulder boards from I believe came from the same unmentionable fellow. $15

    Extra fancy and Narrow LT. Shoulder boards that have never been used that came from a really famous prison guard. $30 for each pair. SOLD

    Four CS officer collar stars made by Pat Craddock that measure 1”. $30

    Two US rifle slings. Not sure who made them, but are well made. $10 each

    Original stoneware ink bottle. $15

    Box with two dice, checkers and cards. The box and checkers were made by an old fellow who used to be in the Southern Guard. $30 SOLD

    Box and checkers made by the same SG fellow. $15

    Parade Inspection and Basic Evolutions of the Infantry Battalion by Dom Dal Bello. $10 SOLD

    Instructions for Guards and Pickets by Dom Dal Bello $10 SOLD

    Campaigner College Handbook. A collection of articles written by various members of the hobby and compiled by Jim Butler of SCAR. $15 SOLD

    Who remembers this little gem that Matt Caldwell started!? The Civil War Historian 13 issues from the first two years of its existence. $25 for all of them.

    1862 Army Officers Pocket Companion, 1865 Customs of Service for the NCO and 1865 Customs of Service for Officers. $12 each

    Reproduction Testament $10

    Small Scroll flask from you know who. $20 SOLD

    Repro Tambourine that I picked up from The Button Barron. $25

    Cotton Socks. Unsure who made this. I got them as a part of an QM issue a couple of years back at an event. $5 SOLD

    Lard tin copied of the one found in the Steamship Bertrand made by Hot Dip Tin. $45

    Period ephemera from various vendors. $8 for all of it. SOLD

    Cravats made by Brian Merrick. $25 for both.

    Fancy pleated shirt from Sutler of Fort Scott. Machine sewn with hand buttonholes. $20

    Multiple Clothing patters for drawers, jackets, shirts vests etc. 19 patterns total with most sizes being in the 42 range. $20 for the lot.

    Tyler Underwood
    Tyler Underwood
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    Pawleys Island #409 AFM
    Governor Guards, WIG

    Click here for the AC rules.

    The search function located in the upper right corner of the screen is your friend.

  • #2
    Here is the updated list of items still available. I will accept Paypal sent via friends and family. If you do not feel comfortable doing that then I will accept a USPS money orders. Shipping cost is not included in the prices. I will do my best to ship all items within three days of payment. Photos of everything can be found at the following link. https://app.photobucket.com/u/tylerlunderwood



    Pedersoli M1816 - This has not been defarbed and has never seen the field. The only powder it has seen was a single priming charge. $1,000


    Size 44 CS Colonel frock. This was made by Kelly Ford and Shane Miles. It is constructed from William Booth Draper WWB 810 broadcloth and lined in silk. The stars were made by Pat Craddock and the gold braid was purchased from Greg Starbuck who bought it from a European supplier. This was only worn for one event and I am asking $800

    Boyed Miles painted cloth haversack. $75


    US canteen with 1st National cross stitched into the cover. $50

    Collapsible cup. $30



    Size 40 waist, 33 inseam CS officer trousers made by Chris Daley probably 20 years ago. These are very well made with some fancy stitching on the pocket flaps. $100

    Size 40 waist, 28 inseam US officer trousers made by Sean Cooper. $100



    Fenny Hanes/Richmond Depot CS Capt. Kepi. I have a 22.5” head and it is just slightly snug on me. $120


    Size 36-42 CS officer belt. I cannot remember the name of the fellow that made this. But it was the guy from Washington State, and I want to say his name was Mike. Any way it is a very nice belt with a Parsley Brass buckle and some really nice repro cast Leech and Rigdon hanger snaps. $100

    Size 36-42 early CS belt with sheet brass buckle made by Don Smith IIRC. Bought it here a few years ago and the event that I had intended on using it at was canceled. $100

    Size 36-40 US belt made by Nick Duvall. $120

    Officer sash made by Wendy Osman. $110

    NCO sash I am not sure who made it, but it is nice. It has the correct size woolen yarn and tightly woven. $40


    Size 42 US Officer vest made by myself from Kochan & Phillips broadcloth and lined with silk. $80


    Chris Daley “Ohio” haversack. $30

    Ingrain carpet blanket. This is original carpet, but doubt that it is from the 1860’s. Regardless, it is still a pretty cool addition to a CS kit. It does have some wear holes but nothing that seriously impact's its serviceability. It measures roughly 70”x89” $125


    Capt. shoulder boards that came from he who we do not speak of. These have had the paste board backing removed. $15 SOLD

    Subdued LT. Shoulder boards from I believe came from the same unmentionable fellow. $15 SOLD

    Four CS officer collar stars made by Pat Craddock that measure 1”. $30

    Two US rifle slings. Not sure who made them, but are well made. $10 each SOLD

    Original stoneware ink bottle. $15


    Box and checkers made by the same SG fellow. $15 SOLD


    Who remembers this little gem that Matt Caldwell started!? The Civil War Historian 13 issues from the first two years of its existence. $25 for all of them.

    1862 Army Officers Pocket Companion, 1865 Customs of Service for the NCO and 1865 Customs of Service for Officers. $12 each

    Reproduction Testament $10


    Repro Tambourine that I picked up from The Button Barron. $25 SOLD


    Lard tin copied of the one found in the Steamship Bertrand made by Hot Dip Tin. $45


    Cravats made by Brian Merrick. $25 for both.

    Fancy pleated shirt from Sutler of Fort Scott. Machine sewn with hand buttonholes. $20 SOLD

    Multiple Clothing patters for drawers, jackets, shirts vests etc. 19 patterns total with most sizes being in the 42 range. $20 for the lot. SOLD

    Tyler Underwood
    Tyler Underwood
    Moderator
    Pawleys Island #409 AFM
    Governor Guards, WIG

    Click here for the AC rules.

    The search function located in the upper right corner of the screen is your friend.

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    • #3
      Here is the updated list of items still available. I will accept Paypal sent via friends and family. If you do not feel comfortable doing that then I will accept a USPS money orders. Shipping cost is not included in the prices. I will do my best to ship all items within three days of payment. Photos of everything can be found at the following link. https://app.photobucket.com/u/tylerlunderwood



      Pedersoli M1816 - This has not been defarbed and has never seen the field. The only powder it has seen was a single priming charge. $1,000


      Size 44 CS Colonel frock. This was made by Kelly Ford and Shane Miles. It is constructed from William Booth Draper WWB 810 broadcloth and lined in silk. The stars were made by Pat Craddock and the gold braid was purchased from Greg Starbuck who bought it from a European supplier. This was only worn for one event and I am asking $800

      Boyed Miles painted cloth haversack. $75

      US canteen with 1st National cross stitched into the cover. $50 PENDING

      Collapsible cup. $30

      Size 40 waist, 33 inseam CS officer trousers made by Chris Daley probably 20 years ago. These are very well made with some fancy stitching on the pocket flaps. $100

      Size 40 waist, 28 inseam US officer trousers made by Sean Cooper. $100

      Fenny Hanes/Richmond Depot CS Capt. Kepi. I have a 22.5” head and it is just slightly snug on me. $115

      Size 36-42 CS officer belt. I cannot remember the name of the fellow that made this. But it was the guy from Washington State, and I want to say his name was Mike. Any way it is a very nice belt with a Parsley Brass buckle and some really nice repro cast Leech and Rigdon hanger snaps. $100

      Size 36-42 early CS belt with sheet brass buckle made by Don Smith IIRC. Bought it here a few years ago and the event that I had intended on using it at was canceled. $100

      Size 36-40 US belt made by Nick Duvall. $120

      Officer sash made by Wendy Osman. $110

      NCO sash I am not sure who made it, but it is nice. It has the correct size woolen yarn and tightly woven. $40

      Size 42 US Officer vest made by myself from Kochan & Phillips broadcloth and lined with silk. $80

      Chris Daley “Ohio” haversack. $30

      Ingrain carpet blanket. This is original carpet, but doubt that it is from the 1860’s. Regardless, it is still a pretty cool addition to a CS kit. It does have some wear holes but nothing that seriously impact's its serviceability. It measures roughly 70”x89” $125

      Four CS officer collar stars made by Pat Craddock that measure 1”. $30

      Original stoneware ink bottle. $15

      Who remembers this little gem that Matt Caldwell started!? The Civil War Historian 13 issues from the first two years of its existence. $25 for all of them.

      1862 Army Officers Pocket Companion, 1865 Customs of Service for the NCO and 1865 Customs of Service for Officers. $12 each

      Reproduction Testament $10

      Lard tin copied of the one found in the Steamship Bertrand made by Hot Dip Tin. $45

      Cravats made by Brian Merrick. $25 for both.
      Tyler Underwood
      Moderator
      Pawleys Island #409 AFM
      Governor Guards, WIG

      Click here for the AC rules.

      The search function located in the upper right corner of the screen is your friend.

      Comment


      • #4
        Here is the updated list of items still available. I will accept Paypal sent via friends and family. If you do not feel comfortable doing that then I will accept a USPS money orders. Shipping cost is not included in the prices. I will do my best to ship all items within three days of payment. Photos of everything can be found at the following link. https://app.photobucket.com/u/tylerlunderwood



        Pedersoli M1816 - This has not been defarbed and has never seen the field. The only powder it has seen was a single priming charge. $950


        Size 44 CS Colonel frock. This was made by Kelly Ford and Shane Miles. It is constructed from William Booth Draper WWB 810 broadcloth and lined in silk. The stars were made by Pat Craddock and the gold braid was purchased from Greg Starbuck who bought it from a European supplier. This was only worn for one event and I am asking $775

        Boyed Miles painted cloth officer haversack. $70

        Collapsible cup. $30

        Size 40 waist, 33 inseam CS officer trousers made by Chris Daley probably 20 years ago. These are very well made with some fancy stitching on the pocket flaps. $95

        Size 40 waist, 28 inseam US officer trousers made by Sean Cooper. $95

        Fenny Hanes/Richmond Depot CS Capt. Kepi. I have a 22.5” head and it is just slightly snug on me. $110

        Size 36-42 CS officer belt. I cannot remember the name of the fellow that made this. But it was the guy from Washington State, and I want to say his name was Mike. Any way it is a very nice belt with a Parsley Brass buckle and some really nice repro cast Leech and Rigdon hanger snaps. $100

        Size 36-42 early CS belt with sheet brass buckle made by Don Smith IIRC. Bought it here a few years ago and the event that I had intended on using it at was canceled. $100

        Size 36-40 US belt made by Nick Duvall. $110

        Officer sash made by Wendy Osman. $100

        NCO sash I am not sure who made it, but it is nice. It has the correct size woolen yarn and tightly woven. $35

        Size 42 US Officer vest made by myself from Kochan & Phillips broadcloth and lined with silk. $75

        Chris Daley “Ohio” haversack. $30

        Ingrain carpet blanket. This is original carpet, but doubt that it is from the 1860’s. Regardless, it is still a pretty cool addition to a CS kit. It does have some wear holes but nothing that seriously impact's its serviceability. It measures roughly 70”x89” $115

        Four CS officer collar stars made by Pat Craddock that measure 1”. $30

        Original stoneware ink bottle. $15

        Who remembers this little gem that Matt Caldwell started!? The Civil War Historian 13 issues from the first two years of its existence. $25 for all of them.

        1862 Army Officers Pocket Companion, 1865 Customs of Service for the NCO and 1865 Customs of Service for Officers. $12 each

        Reproduction Testament $8

        Lard tin copied of the one found in the Steamship Bertrand made by Hot Dip Tin. $45
        Tyler Underwood
        Moderator
        Pawleys Island #409 AFM
        Governor Guards, WIG

        Click here for the AC rules.

        The search function located in the upper right corner of the screen is your friend.

        Comment


        • #5
          Here is the updated list of items still available. I will accept Paypal sent via friends and family. If you do not feel comfortable doing that then I will accept a USPS money orders. Shipping cost is not included in the prices. I will do my best to ship all items within three days of payment. Photos of everything can be found at the following link. https://app.photobucket.com/u/tylerlunderwood



          Pedersoli M1816 - This has not been defarbed and has never seen the field. The only powder it has seen was a single priming charge. $950 SOLD


          Size 44 CS Colonel frock. This was made by Kelly Ford and Shane Miles. It is constructed from William Booth Draper WWB 810 broadcloth and lined in silk. The stars were made by Pat Craddock and the gold braid was purchased from Greg Starbuck who bought it from a European supplier. This was only worn for one event and I am asking $775

          Boyed Miles painted cloth officer haversack. $70

          Collapsible cup. $30

          Size 40 waist, 33 inseam CS officer trousers made by Chris Daley probably 20 years ago. These are very well made with some fancy stitching on the pocket flaps. $95

          Size 40 waist, 28 inseam US officer trousers made by Sean Cooper. $95

          Fenny Hanes/Richmond Depot CS Capt. Kepi. I have a 22.5” head and it is just slightly snug on me. $110

          Size 36-42 CS officer belt. I cannot remember the name of the fellow that made this. But it was the guy from Washington State, and I want to say his name was Mike. Any way it is a very nice belt with a Parsley Brass buckle and some really nice repro cast Leech and Rigdon hanger snaps. $100

          Size 36-42 early CS belt with sheet brass buckle made by Don Smith IIRC. Bought it here a few years ago and the event that I had intended on using it at was canceled. $100

          Size 36-40 US belt made by Nick Duvall. $110

          Officer sash made by Wendy Osman. $100

          Size 42 US Officer vest made by myself from Kochan & Phillips broadcloth and lined with silk. $75

          Chris Daley “Ohio” haversack. $30

          Ingrain carpet blanket. This is original carpet, but doubt that it is from the 1860’s. Regardless, it is still a pretty cool addition to a CS kit. It does have some wear holes but nothing that seriously impact's its serviceability. It measures roughly 70”x89” $115

          Four CS officer collar stars made by Pat Craddock that measure 1”. $30

          Original stoneware ink bottle. $15

          Who remembers this little gem that Matt Caldwell started!? The Civil War Historian 13 issues from the first two years of its existence. $25 for all of them.

          Reproduction Testament $8

          Lard tin copied of the one found in the Steamship Bertrand made by Hot Dip Tin. $45
          Tyler Underwood
          Moderator
          Pawleys Island #409 AFM
          Governor Guards, WIG

          Click here for the AC rules.

          The search function located in the upper right corner of the screen is your friend.

          Comment

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