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BRITISH 24-POUNDER SOLID SHOT WITH BROAD ARROW

BRITISH 24-POUNDER SOLID SHOT WITH BROAD ARROW

Excavated iron solid shot.  24-pounder size with strong “broad arrow” British property mark.  In very good condition and still lightly covered with dirt.  Unknown recovery location. A rare and… (490-1857). Learn More »

24-PDR. SPHERICAL BORMANN SHELL

24-PDR. SPHERICAL BORMANN SHELL

This is the type of artillery round fired from smoothbore howitzers.  Iron cannonball has a moderately pitted surface with a few deeper pits. Ball has not been coated. This shell was fired and there… (1030-228). Learn More »

US PARROTT TIME FUSE ADAPTER

US PARROTT TIME FUSE ADAPTER

All Parrott time Fuses adapters were manufactured of zinc and had twelve threads to the inch and also two spanner holes. Standard pattern Parrott Fuse adapter used in 3inch to the largest Naval… (766-1239). Learn More »

US 3 INCH SCHENKL PERCUSSION FUSE

US 3 INCH SCHENKL PERCUSSION FUSE

Recovered in Central Virginia. Nice excavated example, patent info clearly visible “J.P. Schenkl Pat. Oct 16, 1861.” Slider intact, sans set screw. Nice dark olive patina. … (766-1233). Learn More »

$50.00
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US 3 INCH SCHENKL PERCUSSION FUSE RECOVERED IN VIRGINIA

US 3 INCH SCHENKL PERCUSSION FUSE RECOVERED IN VIRGINIA

Nice example of the Schenkl Percussion Fuse. The patent info clearly visible “J.P. Schenkl Pat. Oct 16, 1861.” The anvil cap unscrews, iron slider intact and heavily pitted. Sans small safety… (766-1231). Learn More »

$50.00
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U.S. / C.S. CASE SHOT BALL

U.S. / C.S. CASE SHOT BALL

Area of recovery unknown. Varying sizes, approx. 1/2" to 3/4" in diameter.  [sl] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE PURCHASED… (R21969). Learn More »

LARGE CANNON BALL FRAGMENT WITH OLD TAG FROM SHILOH

LARGE CANNON BALL FRAGMENT WITH OLD TAG FROM SHILOH

This is a nice relic from the Battle of Shiloh, Tenn.  Rusty cannon ball fragment measures approximately 4 ½” x 3 ½” and is a portion of a 12-pounder ball.  A home made tag written in ink on… (846-209). Learn More »

$125.00
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U.S. PARROTT LONG FUSE ADAPTER

U.S. PARROTT LONG FUSE ADAPTER

This is the long pattern Parrott time fuse adapter. This style features a top flange with two spanner wrench holes, a middle portion with threads (12 threads to the inch) and an extended lower portion… (766-1299). Learn More »

U.S. PARROTT TIME FUSE ADAPTER

U.S. PARROTT TIME FUSE ADAPTER

All Parrott time fuse adapters were manufactured of zinc and have twelve threads to the inch. This one has two spanner holes. This fuse adapter was used in all Parrott projectiles from the 3 inch to… (766-1236). Learn More »

US ARTILLERY FRONT BLADE SIGHT FOR 12 PDR GUN

US ARTILLERY FRONT BLADE SIGHT FOR 12 PDR GUN

Unfinished sight blade, bottom threads not machined! Used during the Civil War, the sight is a small, flattish steel peg designed to protrude from the front of a cannon. It was used to provide… (1000-1546). Learn More »

REWRAPPED PACK ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR PAPER TIME FUSES

REWRAPPED PACK ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR PAPER TIME FUSES

Surplus fuses that were rewrapped at the end of the Civil War. Recent research indicates that these unmarked packs of paper time fuses packed with various burn time fuses were Arsenal rewrapped and… (766-12107). Learn More »

REWRAPPED PACK ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR PAPER TIME FUSES

REWRAPPED PACK ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR PAPER TIME FUSES

Original pack of eight second time fuses manufactured at the Frankford Arsenal in Philadelphia, PA during the Civil War. Pack constructed of a drilled wood block that holds five paper time fuses.… (766-12125). Learn More »

US LIGHT ARTILLERY FRONT BLADE SIGHT FOR A 12 PDR GUN

US LIGHT ARTILLERY FRONT BLADE SIGHT FOR A 12 PDR GUN

Used during the Civil War, the sight is a small, flattish steel peg designed to protrude from the front of a cannon’s muzzle swell. It was used to provide additional alignment for aiming the gun.… (1000-1549). Learn More »

US ARTILLERY FRONT BLADE SIGHT FOR A 24 PDR SIEGE GUN

US ARTILLERY FRONT BLADE SIGHT FOR A 24 PDR SIEGE GUN

Unfinished sight blade, bottom threads not machined! Used during the Civil War, the sight is a small, flattish steel peg designed to protrude from the front of a cannon. It was used to provide… (1000-1550). Learn More »

US ARTILLERY FRONT BLADE SIGHT FOR A 42 PDR GUN

US ARTILLERY FRONT BLADE SIGHT FOR A 42 PDR GUN

Unfinished sight blade, bottom threads not machined! Used during the Civil War, the sight is a small, flattish steel peg designed to protrude from the front of a cannon. It was used to provide… (1000-1547). Learn More »

US ARTILLERY FRONT BLADE SIGHT FOR AN 18 PDR GUN

US ARTILLERY FRONT BLADE SIGHT FOR AN 18 PDR GUN

Unfinished sight blade, bottom threads not machined! Used during the Civil War, the sight is a small, flattish steel peg designed to protrude from the front of a cannon. It was used to provide… (1000-1545). Learn More »

US ARTILLERY FRONT BLADE SIGHT FOR AN 8 INCH GUN

US ARTILLERY FRONT BLADE SIGHT FOR AN 8 INCH GUN

Unfinished sight blade, bottom threads not machined! Used during the Civil War, the sight is a small, flattish steel peg designed to protrude from the front of a cannon. It was used to provide… (1000-1544). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 4.52" 12 POUNDER SPHERICAL SHELL - GEISELMAN COLLECTION / PITZER COLLECTION GETTYSBURG

CONFEDERATE 4.52" 12 POUNDER SPHERICAL SHELL - GEISELMAN COLLECTION / PITZER COLLECTION GETTYSBURG

This Confederate 12-pounder smoothbore spherical shell specimen is in fine original condition and has no Borman fuse in the cavity. A very common explosive shell used in the Civil War, artifact… (532-174). Learn More »

PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL EIGHT SECOND FUSES

PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL EIGHT SECOND FUSES

Original pack of eight second time fuses manufactured at the Frankford Arsenal in Philadelphia, PA during the Civil War. Pack constructed of a drilled wood block that holds five paper time fuses.… (1000-1536). Learn More »

$95.00
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PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL EIGHT SECOND FUSES

PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL EIGHT SECOND FUSES

Original pack of eight second time fuses manufactured at the Frankford Arsenal in Philadelphia, PA during the Civil War. Pack constructed of a drilled wood block that holds five paper time fuses.… (490-1961). Learn More »


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DUG ID TAG FOR JOSEPH FAGAN OF THE 1ST MARYLAND INFANTRY US

Stamped brass tag with a patriotic shield on the front with a riband that reads “UNION” and surrounded by “AGAINST REBELLION 1861.” Face still retains some gilt. Reverse is stamped “JOSEPH FAGAN CO. G 1ST MD. VOL US.” Joseph Fagan was a… (1000-1835). Learn More »

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