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Hats

I am going to price some of hats if interested please let me know!

 

 

 

134

Rare Florida Calvary Officer Slouch hat!

UCV 58 was in Jacksonville, Fla.

Has white Ostrich Quill with liner and I'd to W.W. Tucker

Calvary Hat is labled McLilly

Wounded at Shiloh and Chickamauga left as First Lt.

 

 

 

 

Indian War Artillery kepi with full Artillery Overcoat

Listed under Uniforms sold as a set

In Musuum

133

 

 

 

 

Old Militia or Civil War beaver skin top hat or similar.

Not really sure what it is? Really good shape for age.

I was told the hat is from the 1850's.

$1250

132

 

Old Confederate Veteran Kepi came from Virginia!

Has CSA buttons and #5

Green trim could be Medical? Not sure.

 

$1000

131

 

 

 

130

Old Confederate Veteran kepi

Has eagle buttons with a small K

Probably dates in the 1870's to 1880's

Great Condition, came from NY.

$850

 

129

US Veteran Hat

I'd to Andrew Merrit

w plaque from discharge dated 1886

He enlisted 1861 NY 1st Calvary Co B

This hat is really unique and matched I'd perfectly.

 

$1200

 

 

 

128

Indian War kepi model 1872

Looks all original very little mothing.

$600

 

 

North Carolina UCV Confederate veteran Slouch hat

Has a beautiful North carolina ribbon with a star on it

$975

A 127

 

A 126

Old UCV straw hat, came in box appears to be all original.

Probably warm climiate turn of the Century.

$500

 

 

 

 

UCV Veteran Hat for Infantry

1890's

$950

A 125

 

 

 

 

Authentic Civil War smaller slouch hat

Has some damage to crown so has been repaired inside.

This would have been an Officer hat very stiff with tears ect.

priced accordingly.

$1000

A 124

 

 

 

Old French Chapeau

Has the original head liner still intact

Not sure on age but I think around 1870's to 1890's era

This was worn side ways like Gen Washington wore.

$650

A 123

 

 

Confederate Georgia Officer's Kepi

This one is from the 1880's

Probably a second Lt.

Came out of Middle Tennessee was with Forrest stuff

A 121

$1150

 

 

 

Identified Confederate Officer (Hardee Type) Slouch hat

This hat looks to be made from an 1855 Federal Hardee hat, not great shape,

but rare as hens teeth! This hat is just a real peice of Civil War Tennessee history!

The crown was lowered with a crude poor stitching, the hat was aquired in the 70's

from an antique dealer in Sharpsburg Maryland. This was most likely a war trophy brought up North.

The sweat band is I'd to James Jackson Tenn Calvary CSA 4th Co. B (this mean't possibly Forrest)

Has a complete analysis and paper work from a Civil War museum curator from Gettysburg, Pa.

The paperwork I'd this to a Surgeon 4th Tenn Calvary Co. B

A 122

Not for sale

 

 

 

 

 

Authentic Confederate (Hardee) Slouch Type Hat

This hat looks to be pre Civil War and is in

awesome shape for its age, Has one side bent up with Confederate C button

Not sure if this will ever be sold, this was a war trophy taken up North came from New York out of a museum.

This hat is nearly mint! Great condition! Extremely rare! The hat is not a Federal Mfg hat!

A 121

not for sale

 

 

 

 

 

Lousiana UCV Calvary hat

has Lousiana button and 3 and a Richmond Reunion

Cockade pinned to side of hat, 1890's

sold

A 118

 

 

 

 

This is a Confederate Veteran Virginia Infantry kepi

It is in great shape! McLilly 1880's to 1890's Looks

like a very early one with this makers mark.

A 117

$950

 

 

 


Confederate Veteran Slouch hat from the early 1900's

Missing sweatband

A 115

$750






 

Civil War Hardee Hat

Calvary Co 1

US Army size 4

This one has an old repair probably from surplus

they use to cut a small bite out of them before they were sold.

Has some issues but actually pretty nice!

A 111

SOLD

 


 










old repair


 

 


Texas Veteran Hat I'd

Texas Volunteers!

Around 1890's early 1900's

A 110

$900






 





Part of the tag of the old hat band that was discarded


 

Civil War Hat

This is a Mississippi Infantry hat came with vest and pouch.

This one was there, came out of a Tennessee Estate.

Even button is not centered, came this way.

A 109

$9000





 



Old Civil War Mississippi picture


A 108

This is a SC Confederate Veteran Kepi. Has the old CSA hat badge

This one is in excellent shape but missing the hat band.

Probably from the turn of the Century.

$900

 

 

 

A 102

Indian War Slouch Hat

This has Civil War Officer Insignia and hat cord

1870's

$1350

 

 

 


A 101

 

GAR Signal Hat with GAR Hat Cord!

probably from around the 1900's.

This is a very Rare hat.

$550








 



A 99

This is a Confederate Veterans Officers Slouch hat! This guy was suspose to have been

with Forrest 1909 reunion but do not have all the details yet.

This one is absolutely one of the finest known to exist from the late 1880's

This one came from up North but was originally from Memphis,Tennessee.

Not for sale


 


 


 



A 98

Lousiana I'd kepi 9th Infantry John Colbert Co C

Severly wounded Chancelorsville, Va. arm amputiated!

UCV Pettibone Kepi

1880's

$995







 


 

This is a 1st Tennessee Veteran hat. The 1st was at Gettysburg led by Gen. Archer. with Archers Brigade.

They were to the left of Pickett and the majority of them got killed or captured and sent to prision in

Westminster, Maryland. This hat was purchased in Chattanooga, Tn. Probably early 1910 to 1920.

Maybe at the big 1913 reunion? This one came from West Tennessee

A 90

Not for sale


 



 





 

A 89

This is a beautiful Civil War Calvary slouch hat with cockade button holding the Ostrich feather.

This one looks great to me. The hat has a Hardee pin the top wire is broken but it is really cool.

The side could have been pinned up!

sold


 


Calvary Button


 






 

This is a Texas hat! The hat is old could be real!

The Texas star looks old as well, the ribbon and cross sabers show where

they have been there along time. The red cloth has been there along time as well!

A 86

not for sale



 


 


 


 


Really old hat band


 



A 85

West Tennessee UCV hat from Memphis, Tn.

with 19th Tennessee Cockade 1890's?

I'd hat came with Vincent Uniform.

$1200




Gold Bullion


I don't know if this is a Civil war or Post War Cockade!

It is hand sewn.

 


 


 



Texas Kepi I'd to Bradford Hancock!

Texas 26th Debray Calvary

Have his Wallet, Kepi, Southern Cross and a WW1 medal

 

A 84

Sold


 





 


 

 

 

These are some of the items that came with it!

Texas flag is listed under flags!

 


This is a Georgia UCV Parade Helmet!

These were used in the parade bands in the early 1900's

This one has Georgia buttons and was used in UCV Parades.

A 80

$650


 


 

 



 


Has name under band have not researched yet

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This is a Confederate UCV Kepi!

This is one of the oldest ones I own, not sure if this is Civil war or just after,

 

A 79

Not for sale




 

 


Authentic Confederate Georgia Kepi!

This looks to be a State Issued Georgia Kepi with documentation letter.

Letter of authencity came with it. This

was made in the the early 1860's.

A 78

$5500


 







 

Confederate Vetern Slouch hat!

has UCV and Veteran hat cord late 19th Century

A 76

$750





 

Medical Officers Slouch Hat from 1920's

Could be UCV or GAR?

 

A72

$650


 


 



 


 


 

This is a Union Officer Slouch Hat! Has the Hardee pin, Ostrich feather, and correct trim and cord!

This is a Period Civil war Slouch hat!

A 70

In Museum


 



 

 


 


 


 


South Carolina Volunteers!

How about this one, my new favorite! South Carolina Slouch Hat!

Has a Cockcade with period SC button, Also Cord and SC patch,

this one is just too cool! Not sure if this is Civil war period hat but looks to be.

A 68

 

not for sale


 



Period Officers Hat Cord! SC Emblem!




 


 


 

Butternut Georgia Veteran kepi! This one and the jacket are I'd to the 1st Georgia, name in hat and uniform.

Initals in hat, name on Shell Jacket. This is a very old kepi as well.

A 65

Not for sale


I think this is the nicest Butternut Kepi I have.


Matching set, same liners and everything!



 


 


 

 


Initals N. K. Nelson?


A 64

This hat is I'd to a SC Citadel Cadet Infantry named Orlando Sheppard

Has his name and Charleston printed inside of hat. 1900's era.

$1000


 


 



 



Orlando Sheppard Charleston

 


 

UCV or Civil War hat with authentic Artillery badge and hat cord!

Not sure on the age of this one Civil War?

A 58

$900


Hat cord and badge are Civil war period.


Civil War Infantry cord


 


 

Musician Chappeau with Ostrich feather not sure on age.

It may be from the Post Civil War Era or after it was made by Ames Sword Co.

A 52

$500


 

 


 


 


 


 


UCV Veteran hat with cord and Infantry symbol. at may be Civil War or Indian war?

This one is very old as well. Guessing 1890's.

A 51

$950


 


 



 


 

This was either a UCV kepi from the late 19th century/ early 20th. It is gray with the

number 6 (probably camp #) old UCV buttons on it.

Camp 6 was Petersburg, Va. Typical Georgia style kepi.

A 46

$750


 


 


UCV buttons


 

 


 

 

 


 


 

 


 



 


UCV Kepi, this is the earliest one I have ever seen. This was made right at the end of the Civil War!

This one is really nice, close to a real one. Real? 1860's to 1870's.

A 44

Not for sale


UCV

 



Silver Georgia buttons.


 


 


Cloth hat band liner


 


This is a Confederate Slouch Hat. It may be reunion but I think it is real. It came with some Confederate item

that were real. Has authentic Infantry hat cord! This one is from North Carolina! It is known as a Beehive

Slouch Hat! This is an authentic Confederate Slouch hat. 1850's to 1860's.

A 43

Handsewn!

 

Not for sale

 


 

Has curled up sides!

 


 




No sweat band.


 


Echoes of Glory example of a Confederate Slouch Hats!


 

 

I'd Louisiana Slouch hat, Commander Charles Harvey Levy UCV Camp #3, Shreveport, La.

Has silver Louisiana Corp badge as well. Confederate Navy. This hat is very large!

3rd Regiment French Brigade, La. 1890's

A 40

Not for sale


 


 

 


 


 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Nice UCV Slouch hat with 204 which was Pickets camp,

Calvary Hat with ostrich feather! Texas, or I think could be Miss?

This one from the 1880's to 1890's.

A 39

Not for sale

 


 

Texas? Mississippi?


 

 

 


 


 


This is an extremely nice butternut UCV kepi. This one has virginia buttons.

this is the nicest one I own. This one is made by MC Lilly Co. Columbus, Ohio.

1870's to 1880's era.

 

A 38

Not for sale


 


 


 


 



Extremely Rare UCV kepi, Robert E. Lee with Lee buttons from the late 1800's.

This is one of the rarest UCV kepis you will ever see. The C.V. Camp was founded in Alexanderia,

Va. July 7th 1884. This is one of the rarest I have.

not for sale.

A 37


 


REL Robert E. Lee


 


 

strings on side


 


 


 

A 35

Nashville kepi very old with 1904 logo

from reunion!

$1000







 

Stetson hat box from the 1900's era!

A 34


 


Texas!

Old UCV CSA hat has sides rolled up like a real CS hat.

This hat could be real and used by a veteran!

A 32

$950


Texas Star on side!


Very old hat!



 

 


UCV Stetson hat with price tag $12.95 inside

Late 1940's

A 31

$950


 


 


 


A beautiful Stetson UCV hat. Looks like it was hardly worn.


 


 


 



 

This is another Texas Slouch hat from the same collection. It is from San Antonio, Texas

very nice with a Texas pin and Ostrich feather as well. The hat band has the Mfg. but I can't make it out to see

how old it is! 1860's?

Not for Sale

A 29


 


 


Texas Star



 


 

 


Civil War Calvary crossed saber emblem


 

There is a logo inside but I can't make it out.

 


 

Early 1900's

UCV straw hat very popular in the South.

This one is from the turn of the century.

Black hat cord Chaplain?

A 24

$450


 


 


 


 


 

27th Alabama UCV kepi, This one is close to a real Confederate Kepi.

A 23

Not for sale


 

Headband is missing has Alabama map buttons Scovill and Waterbury

 


 


 

Alabama Map buttons Scovill and Waterbury


 

 

 


 

 


Authentic Late Civil War!

 

Charles E. Harrington, Chaplin 3rd Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers, organized Camp Berry

Concord, New Hampshire, old writting on sweat band inside. Enlisted in the Civil War 9/9/1862 in Co. "A"

New Hampshire 16th Infantry, served in the 3rd, and mustered out 8/20/1863 at Concord, N.H. His hat says

he was in the New Hampshire National Guard. This hat is a real Civil War period Kepi. also known as a

Officer kepi. I think this one is close but the size sticker makes me think its after war.

A 22

$1250


 


 


 

 


 


 


 

 


 


New Hampshire ladder badge for National Guard with hat!

1903


 



 

This kepi is a French style not sure exactly what it is but it sure looks Confederate.

This is a Red Artillery Kepi I'd to Arthur Lee Rogers residence Loudoun County Va. He was in theVa

Loudoun Light Artillery wounded at Chancellorsville, Va. promoted to Major 9/26/1862

.His name is on the inside of the hat found at an antique store in Loudon Co.Virginia. This had a very nice

blue liner inside that was torn out. Its funny this hat was in this area 150 years. Has his name inside.

A 21

not for sale


Artillery Major French made kepi

 


Major A.L.Rogers

Virginia Loudon Light Artillery (not sure if this is a tag or what) its the way it came.

 


 


 


Va.buttons missing? You can see that it had buttons on the side?

 


Has a rounded French visor

Old gold trim around inside head band name inside sweat band

Had a light blue lining inside as well all missing except remanants.


 

This is a Confedererate Georgia UCV butternut kepi.

It is hand sewen and in excellent condition. Has very old liner!

This one is close to Civil war age!

A 20

Not for sale


 


 

 


 

 


 

 


 


 


 


 


 

 


 

This is an Authenic Confederate McDowell Kepi Pre War 1850's. It has period logos

South Carolina Volunteers. Has a name wrote inside Underwood from a museum. It was

suspose to be with the South Carolina Calvary the only one is J.J. Underwood 6th Calvary.

This one was sold as UCV but it is REAL!

 

Not for Sale in Museum

A 19


South Carolina Volunteers


 




Emblem


South Carolina Volunteers


Confederate flower buttons



Lining is great !

 

This recently came from Georgia as well and I feel it could be a medical kepi.

I have never seen one beforThe liner is all hand stitched and may have been restitched.

I think this is Medical may be post war? Not sure?

A 18

$1400

 



made of silver

 


 


Very old kepi buttons as well Eagle design.

 

 


 


 

Liner looks old like real ones

 


 

 

 


Very nice Virginia Kepi was used as UCV hat, this one has a very old CSA Wreath it has the screw on pin sort

of like a Southern Cross. Typical Georgia style kepi but have several from Virginia just like it!

A 16

$750

 


 


 


 


 


 

 


definetly post war


 


Ridabock


1860's Arkansas Artillery Slouch Hat!

This is a Civil War hat, has Artillery badge on front with Artillery cord on hat.

Came out of an Arkansas estate! This one is an authentic Civil War hat!

Has tear on side!

A 15

not for sale


Artillery badge on front Artillery cord is faded almost brown.



Artillery Hat Cord


 


 

 


 


 

 


This is a Confedererate Lousiana Slouch hat with a Secession Cockade 1860's star and button.

It is in fine condition. This is a Civil War Hat!

This symbolized the new nation and susport of the Rebel Confederacy.

One of the nicest things I own. This one is really cool.

A 14

not for sale

 


 


 

 


Louisiana button on badge vintage 1860

 


 

 


Beautiful Lt. Grey Stetson with UCV wreath and hat cord 20th century hat Post War.

Liner is loose, late 1940's 1950's

A 12

$850

 


 

 


 


 

lining is loose

 


 


 


 


 

 

 


 

Post War Hat is with Hanes uniform.

Beautiful 20th century Stetson dress hat all original

Has CV (confedereate veterans) logo with hat cord.

Late 1940's to 1950's.

A 11


 

 


 

 


 

Civil War Virginia Slouch Hat!

This hat came out of Bristol Virginia with insignia and hat cord directly from family, authentic civil war hat?

This is a Civil War Slouch hat!

Its just so cool to see these relics come out. This would have been in the Artillery.

not for sale at this time

A 10