A Confederate Battle Flag of the 47th Georgia Infantry
Sold on November 20th, 2010 for $59,750.00
1862, handmade from red cotton flannel, with dark blue wool and cotton blend dress material making up the blue cross, white cotton appliquéd stars, one side of the hoist bearing ink inscription “Col. A. C. Edwards”, the Lt. Colonel of the 47th Georgia, accompanied by an extensive authentication report by noted flag expert Howard Madaus and an analysis by textile conservator Fonda Thomsen, 72 in. x 72 in., in a museum quality exhibition frame.
A Fine Confederate Staff Officer's Sword
Sold for $42,700.00 on February 4th, 2012.
blade marked “Dufilho/ N. Orleans”, the quillion with “C.S.” and pelican insignia, wire-wrapped leather grip, scabbard with cypress wood inserts, blade with possible post-war gilt wash or “turned” lacquer, as found condition.
Confederate First National Flag
Sold for $30,500.00 on December 2, 2016
c. 1861, silk, double‑sided stars made from sequins and buillon, 21 1/4 in. x 40 in.
A Fine Confederate Cavalry Officer's Saber
Sold for $22,705.00 on November 17th, 2012.
blade marked “Dufilho/N. Orleans”, etched blade with “C.S.” and foliate and star motifs, wire wrapped leather grip, rare multi-branch guard, scabbard with foliate and gadrooned mounts and drag.