This page offers Civil War Bands and smaller groupings of the bands, along with my series that I call:

'Civil War Generals and Heros'.

I carry a complete line of Mike Allen Miniatures as well as many of the Imrey Rislie figures. If you have a particular piece that you would like to see here, please let me know.

Some of you have asked, so here is a list of the following Civil War Generals and Hero's that are available:

Robert E. Lee, James Longstreet, J.E.B. Stuart, A.P. Hill, "Stonewall" Jackson, George McClellan, A.E. Burnside, Joe Hooker, W.S. Hancock, Joshua Chamberlain, P.G.T. Beauregard, J.E. Johnston, Turner Ashby, George Pickett, John Pelham, George Custer, Phil Sheridan, James Wilson, Jefferson Davis, Bolivar Buckner, A.S. Johnston, John Pemberton, Bedford Forrest, Ulysses Grant, W.T. Sherman, Dixon Porter, George Thomas, Braxton Bragg, Leonidas Polk, william Hardee John Bell Hood, Joseph O. Shelby, Nathaniel Lyon, Sterling Price, Samuel Curtis, Patrick Cleburne, John A. Logan, Ben Cheatham, Abe Lincoln, Wm. W. Loring, James McPherson, Wm. Rosecrans, Wm. Mahone, Joseph Wheeler, Raphael Semmes, Judson Kilpatrick, Southern Infantry, Western Volunteer, Pelican Zouave, U.S. Colored Infantry, Wade Hampton, Francis Barlow.

If you would like any of the above, just make the purchase and send me an email!

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10 piece Civil War Band
This 10 piece band is a replica of a Union Army Fife and Drum corp, featuring 6 Fifers, 2 Side Drums, 1 Bass Drum, and 1 Drum Major.

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3 Piece Civil War Drum Set
This 3 piece grouping features an American Civil War Drum corp with 2 Side Drums and 1 Bass Drum

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James McPherson
James Birdseye McPherson - Major Gen., Union (1828-1864)Leading the new 17th Corp with distinction during the Vicksburg Campaign, McPherson was made Commander of the Army of Tennessee. Died during the Battle of Atlanta (July 22, 1864).

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Jubal Early

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A. P. Hill
Ambrose Powell Hill - Lt. Gen., Confederate (1825-1865) Given command of the new 3rd Corp, upon Jackson's death, illness prevented him influencing events at Gettysburg. He regained control at Cold Harbor and III Corp was the army's "fire-brigade" during Grants many attempts to crack the Petersburg defenses. Killed by stray Union Infantry.

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J.E.B. Stuart
James Ewell Brown Stuart - Maj. Gen., Confederate (1833-1864) Distinguished himself at Harper's Ferry. Leading a cavalry regiment at Bull Run, he was soon in command of all mounted troops in the Army of Northern Virginia. Shot and killed in Richmond during the Overland Campaign.



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