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Military & Patriotic:Civil War, Colorful "Zouave" Style Chasseurs Cap....Baker & McKenney,/ Military Goods,/ 141/Grand St./ New-York." Records show that the firm operated at that address from 1864 until it became James H. Ridabock & Co. in 1883. A very attractive uniform item.

Military & Patriotic:Civil War, Colorful "Zouave" Style Chasseurs Cap....Baker & McKenney,/ Military Goods,/ 141/Grand St./ New-York." Records show that the firm operated at that address from 1864 until it became James H. Ridabock & Co. in 1883. A very attractive uniform item.

Civil War, Rare State of Maryland Federal Field Grade Officers Civil War Kepi.

Civil War, Rare State of Maryland Federal Field Grade Officers Civil War Kepi.

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.

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.

United States Civil War, U.S. Montgomery Patent Canteen

United States Civil War, U.S. Montgomery Patent Canteen

"Stonewall" Jackson's forage cap.  Museum of the Confederacy

"Stonewall" Jackson's forage cap. Museum of the Confederacy

Edward Moody McCook (June 15, 1833 – September 9, 1909) was a lawyer, politician, distinguished Union cavalry general in the American Civil War. His 3,600 cavalrymen raided and severed the Macon & Western Railroad in late July 1864 while serving under George Stoneman during the Atlanta Campaign. One of his goals was to release the 32,000 prisoners of war being held in the Andersonville prison.

Edward Moody McCook (June 15, 1833 – September 9, 1909) was a lawyer, politician, distinguished Union cavalry general in the American Civil War. His 3,600 cavalrymen raided and severed the Macon & Western Railroad in late July 1864 while serving under George Stoneman during the Atlanta Campaign. One of his goals was to release the 32,000 prisoners of war being held in the Andersonville prison.

General's Chasseur Style Cap with Brigadier General's Cap Insignia. Original gold bullion embroidered wreath with silver bullion star on a blue velvet background sewn on the front. The fine blue wool body rises to 3 7/8" at the front, the band constructed of deep blue velvet reflective of the velvet collar and cuffs seen on General's frock coats. In lieu of a chinstrap the piece exhibits a 1/4" wide toned gold band held fast with staff eagle buttons - one detached.

General's Chasseur Style Cap with Brigadier General's Cap Insignia. Original gold bullion embroidered wreath with silver bullion star on a blue velvet background sewn on the front. The fine blue wool body rises to 3 7/8" at the front, the band constructed of deep blue velvet reflective of the velvet collar and cuffs seen on General's frock coats. In lieu of a chinstrap the piece exhibits a 1/4" wide toned gold band held fast with staff eagle buttons - one detached.

Civil War North Carolina Confederate Officer's Slouch Hat Originally the Property of the North Carolina State Museum.

Civil War North Carolina Confederate Officer's Slouch Hat Originally the Property of the North Carolina State Museum.

Private Francis Brownell, recieved the first Medal of Honor awarded during the American Civil War

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Private Francis Brownell, recieved the first Medal of Honor awarded during the American Civil War

Union Model 1859 Forage Cap. Body of the cap is in fine condition with no damage, leather chinstrap is stiff and crazed, leather visor displays moderate crazing. Chin strap held fast with two matching federal eagle buttons. Crown displays what appears to be the original insignia for Company B, 22nd Infantry of an unknown Federal Infantry regiment.

Union Model 1859 Forage Cap. Body of the cap is in fine condition with no damage, leather chinstrap is stiff and crazed, leather visor displays moderate crazing. Chin strap held fast with two matching federal eagle buttons. Crown displays what appears to be the original insignia for Company B, 22nd Infantry of an unknown Federal Infantry regiment.

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