1993. HC. R&R ed., 198pp, illus., 8.5x11.5.
(Used) Richmond: Lee Monument Association, 1890. Original Wraps. G-VG/Good. 45 pages,front cover detached but present,minor edge chips.
(Used) New York: The Neale Publishing Compamy, 1912. Hard Cover. Fair-good. 408 pages,covers scuffed/worn,ex libris.
(Used) Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Co., 1956. 1st. 176 pages,illus.
(Used) Chicago: H.J.Smith & Co., 1889. Full-Leather. Fair to Good. 396 pages,covers well worn,spine cover partially detached and missing,light foxing.
1997. HC. 211pp, 67pp photos, 8.5x11, history of largest American military equipments dealer of 19th century located in Philadelphia, both manufactured & imported such items as swords, drums, flags, insignia & military trimmings as well as civilian & fraternal products.
2003. HC. 552pp, 1,016 b&w photos, 8x10; definitive reference on Union & Confederate large caliber artillery projectiles, torpedoes, & mines; covers more than 360 projectiles from public & private collections in smoothbore calibers of 32-pounder & up, rifled projectiles of 4-inch caliber & larger, & 21 Union & Confederate torpedoes...
HC. 320pp, 100 illus., 7.25x9.25, combines technical data on each Civil War firearm, treatment of their actual use on the battlefield, & guide to collecting & firing surviving relics & modern reproductions.
(Used) New York: Self-pub, 1864. Hard Cover. Good. 344 pages,covers light soil/wear,foxed.
(Used) Garden City: Doubleday & Co., 1953. Hard Cover. 438 pages,letter from B.Catton to previous owner of the book.has been glued in as have two other items,one of which has been removed with light damage to one of the front blank pages.
1990. SC. 96pp, illus.,8.5x11; discusses 50 of the famous USA and CSA muskets, rifles, carbines and pistols with pertinent specifications & photos of their ammunition;.
1996. SC. Illus., 8.5x11; traces the history & development of Sharps rifles & carbines & contains short histories of a number of regiments that carried them; increase the value of your Sharps rifle or carbine by identifying the soldier who carried it from your Sharps serial number; NET;.
1998, SC. 96pp, many photos/illus, 5.5X8.5, a beginner's guide to artillery & its use at the Battle of Gettysburg; covers the batteries with types of cannons, shells, fuses, etc.,
(Used) Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1866. Cloth. Good. Salesman's Sample. illus,damp stained in places,covers worn.
2003. First printing. HC. 194pp, many b/w photos/illus. 8.5x11; covers horse equipmnet of civilians & soldiers from approximately 1840 to 1870 in both the North & South; includes saddles (civilian, U.S. Military, & Conferderate), bits, bridles & rosettes, breast straps & breast plates, saddle bags, valises, holsters, blankets, stirrups, manuals...
1977. SC. 114pp, illus., 8.5x11.
(Used) New York: The Century Co., 1928. Hard Cover. Fair-good. 1st Printing. 177 pages,wear to covers,first and last few pages foxed.
2000. SC. 103pp, many photos/illus., 7x10, definitive study on spurs actually purchased by or manufactured by military for military; presents what is actually documented on military spurs.
1996. HC. 144pp, more than 150 photos, 8.5x12, a state-by-state look at their uniforms from initial local supply to state quartermaster manufacture.
2001, SC. 144pp, 128 photos/illus, 8.5X11, complete study of 32 surviving examples of the enlisted man's "pup" tent; examines in detail the origins, contractors, patents & manufacturers,
(Used) Wash DC: GPO, 1879. Soft Cover. G-VG. 232 pages plus maps,several map creases split/chipped.
1998. HC. 240pp, many photos, 8.5x11; most pages are photos with some text reflecting research;.
1975. SC. 1990 reprint, 192pp, illus., 5.25x7.75.
2004. Revised Ed. SC. 322pp, 132 photos, 18 scale drawings, 28 tables, 73pp locations, 8.5x11; detailed survey of field artillery used by both sides in Civil War with technical descriptions, evolution, military significance, discussion of competition between European artillery & weapons made in North & South, & appendixes providing information...
1998. HC. 352pp, 175+ photos, 7.25x10.25, describes the development & subsequent pattern changes to the four patterns of infantry cartridge boxes that were made throughout the rifle-musket percussion era and used by Union Forces during the Civil War.