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RARE, EXCAVATED, CONFEDERATE 3” ARCHER BOLT WITH SABOT

RARE, EXCAVATED, CONFEDERATE 3” ARCHER BOLT WITH SABOT

Here is an excavated, Confederate 3” field artillery projectile commonly referred to as an Archer Bolt. The design was likely produced by Dr. Robert Archer a partner of Joseph Anderson, the… (998-485). Learn More »

PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL 5-SECOND FUSES

PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL 5-SECOND FUSES

This pack of 5-second artillery fuses originates from the Frankford Arsenal and was produced in 1864. The pack is constructed of a drilled wood block covered with a paper label. This paper covering is… (778-75). Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

OUTSTANDING US MODEL 1861 2.9 INCH 10-POUNDER PARROTT RIFLE

OUTSTANDING US MODEL 1861 2.9 INCH 10-POUNDER PARROTT RIFLE

Invented by Captain Robert Parker Parrott, a West Point graduate and an inventor of military ordnance. Superintendent of the West Point Foundry in Cold Spring, NY. The Parrott gun was patented in… (941-02). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE MANUFACTURED 12 POUNDER IRON HOWITZER TUBE MADE BY TREDEGAR IRON WORKS IN RICHMOND, DATED 1862!

RARE CONFEDERATE MANUFACTURED 12 POUNDER IRON HOWITZER TUBE MADE BY TREDEGAR IRON WORKS IN RICHMOND, DATED 1862!

This foundry was named for the famous iron works at Tredegar, Wales; the Tredegar Iron Works opened in 1837 and was active in the foundry trade for many years in Richmond until 1952. In 1841 Joseph… (455-09). Learn More »

VERY RARE CONFEDERATE MANUFACTURED BRONZE 12 POUNDER FIELD HOWITZER PRODUCED BY JOHN CLARK AND COMPANY OF NEW ORLEANS, LA

VERY RARE CONFEDERATE MANUFACTURED BRONZE 12 POUNDER FIELD HOWITZER PRODUCED BY JOHN CLARK AND COMPANY OF NEW ORLEANS, LA

In the mid-1850’s, John Clark operated a foundry at the intersection of Race and Tchoupitoulas Streets in what is today called the Lower Garden District, close to the Mississippi River. At the… (455-08). Learn More »

VERY FINE CONDITION CIVIL WAR US MODEL 1861 3 INCH ORDNANCE RIFLE

VERY FINE CONDITION CIVIL WAR US MODEL 1861 3 INCH ORDNANCE RIFLE

This artillery tube, next to the US 3 inch Parrott tube, was the most widely used rifle cannon during the American Civil War. Manufactured of wrought iron under John Griffen’s patent, of which The… (941-01). Learn More »

$45,000.00
Originally $50,000.00

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH

Very nice condition brown leather fuse pouch. The leather of the outer flap is in good condition with a tooled line around the edge.  The latch tab was stitched to the underside of the flap.  This… (1000-561). Learn More »

U.S. ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH MARKED “CONN”

U.S. ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH MARKED “CONN”

Very nice condition leather fuse pouch. The leather of the outer flap is slightly stiff but in very good condition.  The corners show a slight curl from use. The latch tab is stitched and riveted to… (1000-503). Learn More »

U.S. NAVY FRICTION PRIMER POUCH WITH RARE “U.S.N.” MARKING

U.S. NAVY FRICTION PRIMER POUCH WITH RARE “U.S.N.” MARKING

Small leather box to hold friction primers and carried on the belt(past terminology designated this type box as a Navy fuse box). The box is relatively square in shape to accommodate the shape of the… (853-166). Learn More »

$295.00
Originally $350.00

BORMANN FUSE PUNCH/WOOD WORKING TOOL

BORMANN FUSE PUNCH/WOOD WORKING TOOL

Pointed flat iron blade approx. 3.50 inches long with a brass top. These tools are also used for woodworking but many are found on Civil War sites and were used to punch the Bormann time fuse. Overall… (M25856). Learn More »

U.S. NAVY FRICTION PRIMER BOX

U.S. NAVY FRICTION PRIMER BOX

Small leather box to hold friction primers were carried on the belt (past terminology designated this type box as a Navy fuse box).  The box is relatively square in shape to accommodate the shape of… (853-161). Learn More »

$225.00
Originally $295.00

U.S. NAVY FRICTION PRIMER POUCH - NEW YORK, 1863

U.S. NAVY FRICTION PRIMER POUCH - NEW YORK, 1863

Small leather box to hold friction primers and carried on the belt. The box is relatively square in shape to accommodate the shape of the friction primer packs. This box was manufactured in 1863,… (853-160). Learn More »

$200.00
Originally $250.00

US NAVY FUSE BOX (FRICTION PRIMER BOX)

US NAVY FUSE BOX (FRICTION PRIMER BOX)

Small leather box to hold friction primers were carried on the belt (past terminology designated this type box as a Navy fuse box).  The outer flap is smooth and mostly clean with only light crazing.… (853-159). Learn More »

$225.00
Originally $295.00

US/CS ARTILLERY VENT PICK

US/CS ARTILLERY VENT PICK

14” length, w/hooked ring handle. Medium gray patina, lightly pitted. Else VG.   [jp] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE… (M25770). Learn More »

US 4.52 INCH 12LB SPHERICAL SHELL WITH BORMANN FUSE

US 4.52 INCH 12LB SPHERICAL SHELL WITH BORMANN FUSE

Shell body is in excellent condition. It is clean and smooth throughout with a brown patina. There is a small drilled hole at bottom where the shell was deactivated and there is a small chip along the… (R22903). Learn More »

RARE CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE WRAPPER – COLUMBUS ORDNANCE DEPOT

RARE CONFEDERATE CARTRIDGE WRAPPER – COLUMBUS ORDNANCE DEPOT

This is a paper wrapper for ten buckshot cartridges as manufactured and packaged at the Columbus, Georgia, Ordnance Depot.  Course tan paper tied with string.  No cartridges are included.  Wrapper… (1000-744). Learn More »

BORMANN FUSE PUNCH

BORMANN FUSE PUNCH

This is a punch that was used to punch the Bormann time fuse. It is 4 ¼” in length. The handle is made of brass and is half-moon shaped. The punch shaft is made of steel and has a light surface… (1000-1527). Learn More »

US ARTILLERY WATER BUCKET

US ARTILLERY WATER BUCKET

Heavy iron cylindrical bucket meas. approx. 9.00 inches tall x 8.00 inches across. The top and bottom both have a re-enforced iron band riveted in place. Attached to the top of the bucket by a chain… (1000-669). Learn More »

U.S. 3” HOTCHKISS CASE SHOT

U.S. 3” HOTCHKISS CASE SHOT

This is an excavated specimen and this common size was for the 3” Ordnance rifle. This case shot shell was fired and retains its lead sabot and brass fuse adapter. The lead band shows nice evidence… (R22783). Learn More »

REFERENCE BOOK – ARTILLERY FUSES OF THE CIVIL WAR BY JONES

REFERENCE BOOK – ARTILLERY FUSES OF THE CIVIL WAR BY JONES

Heavily illustrated examination of the wide variety of fuses that accompanied the revolution in artillery during the American Civil War. Complete coverage of Federal and Confederate fuses along with… (516-399). Learn More »


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FANTASTIC CLIPPED POINT BOWIE KNIFE WITH CYPHERS BY THEODOR A. MEYER

Semi-bright blade meas. approx. 9.75 inches long x 1.00 inch wide. Blade has a clipped point with a raised center. Blade surface has light scattered mottling with small amounts of surface pitting in small pockets and some minor scratches. The true… (30-1977). Learn More »

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