Attributed to Ernest Vogt | Side Drum | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
This side drum from the 1860s bears a stenciled eagle design that was typical of the thousands of instruments produced for use by the Union army during the Civil War. The eagle is painted on a blue field, which means it was used in the Infantry, and a banner held in the eagle's beak bears the words REG: U
Field Drums (a/k/a Field of Drums)
Antique Civil War Drum and Drum Sticks inside marked John F. Stratton, Military Drum, 108 E. 23rd St., New York. Drum is 16" tall and 16.5" in diameter. Each drum stick is 15.5" long. Price: $1,290.00 SALE: $900.00 Valentine Antique Gallery 579 West Cherry St., #B P. O. Box 393 Sunbury, OH 43074 740-965-9519 Fax: 740-965-9419 firstname.lastname@example.org
Unidentified boy in Union zouave uniform with drum.
Blog post at Daily Observations from The Civil War : Medium: 1 photograph : half-plate ambrotype, hand-colored ; 15.6 x 12.5 cm (case). Tom Liljenquist; 2012; Liljenquist Family Colle[..]