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PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL 25-SECOND FUSES

PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL 25-SECOND FUSES

This pack of 25-second artillery fuses originates from the Frankford Arsenal and was produced in 1864. These 25-second fuses are harder to find than the short-burning fuses. The pack is constructed of… (490-1968). Learn More »

VERY NICE PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL 5-SECOND FUSES

VERY NICE PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL 5-SECOND FUSES

This pack of 5-second artillery fuses originates from the Frankford Arsenal and was produced in 1863. The pack is constructed of a drilled wood block covered with a paper label. This paper covering is… (490-1958). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA MORTAR SHOVEL BLADE, WITH TANG

CIVIL WAR ERA MORTAR SHOVEL BLADE, WITH TANG

5” in width, 4.5” in length. Tang handle extension, .25” in width, 3.75” in length.  Blade marking: “W. Rose/ West Phila.”  Blade exhibits dark tarnish w/minor pitting. Markings clean. … (401-35). Learn More »

AMERICAN POWDER MILLS BOSTON CIRCULAR LABEL

AMERICAN POWDER MILLS BOSTON CIRCULAR LABEL

Measures 6” in diameter. Nice woodcut of a cannon in center; printed on pink paper. We have 2 in stock, minor damage to each. [ss] 516-571, 516-572 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS… (516-571, 516-572). Learn More »

AMERICAN POWDER MILLS BOSTON CIRCULAR LABEL

AMERICAN POWDER MILLS BOSTON CIRCULAR LABEL

Measures 6” in diameter. Nice woodcut of a cannon in center; printed on green paper. We have 2 in stock, minor damage to one. [ss] 516-569, 516-570 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS… (516-569, 516-570). Learn More »

US 2.6 INCH CANISTER ROUND FOR THE WIARD RIFLE

US 2.6 INCH CANISTER ROUND FOR THE WIARD RIFLE

This is a very rare canister round meant for use in the Wiard rifle. The tin body is in good condition and is nicely crimped over the top plate. The sleeve has some very light surface dirt and small… (410-242). Learn More »

1858 PATTERN REGIMENTAL MARKSMAN SILVER PRESENTATION AWARD STADIA FROM FRANKFORD ARSENAL WITH ORIGINAL CASE

1858 PATTERN REGIMENTAL MARKSMAN SILVER PRESENTATION AWARD STADIA FROM FRANKFORD ARSENAL WITH ORIGINAL CASE

A beautiful example of the U.S. Army regimental marksmanship award of 1858 made by Simons of Philadelphia and issued through the US Army Ordnance Department. The US army only really began to consider… (30-2177). Learn More »

SCARCE CIVIL WAR 24-POUNDER IRON FLANK HOWITZER MANUFACTURED BY CYRUS ALGER IN 1863!

SCARCE CIVIL WAR 24-POUNDER IRON FLANK HOWITZER MANUFACTURED BY CYRUS ALGER IN 1863!

This 24-pounder iron Flank Howitzer is one of 50 made during the American Civil War by Cyrus Alger, an arms manufacturer and inventor located in Boston. Markings are visible; “No. 1486”, the… (766-911). Learn More »

$17,500.00
Originally $22,500.00

RELIC 10-PDR PARROTT “GROUND BURST” FRAGMENTS FROM ANTIETAM

RELIC 10-PDR PARROTT “GROUND BURST” FRAGMENTS FROM ANTIETAM

This consists of 11 separate pieces of a 10-pounder, 3” Parrott artillery shell. These pieces constitute about half of the shell…NOT the whole shell. Most notably the base is missing. This was… (965-06). Learn More »

$150.00
Originally $250.00

HALF OF CONFEDERATE 12-PDR CASE SHOT, WINEBRENNER FARM, GETTYSBURG – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

HALF OF CONFEDERATE 12-PDR CASE SHOT, WINEBRENNER FARM, GETTYSBURG – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Here is a large portion of a Confederate 12-pdr “side loader” case shot recovered from the Gettysburg battlefield. Specifically, from the Winebrenner Farm.  This is perhaps just over half of the… (224-407). Learn More »

$375.00
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US ARTILLERY FRICTION PRIMER BOX WITH HISTORY TO IOWA SOLDIER

US ARTILLERY FRICTION PRIMER BOX WITH HISTORY TO IOWA SOLDIER

Tin box meas. approx. 4.25 inches long x 2 .75 inches wide x 2.50 inches high with a lid that is embossed with crossed cannons with a bursting bomb at center. Above this is some lettering that is too… (1054-306). Learn More »

RELIC CANDLESTICK HOLDER FOUND AT GETTYSBURG

RELIC CANDLESTICK HOLDER FOUND AT GETTYSBURG

Relic condition heavy iron candlestick of the type carried by many Civil War soldiers. Shows light surface rust and pitting but is solid. Measures 2 ¼” long. … (1054-1626). Learn More »

$135.00
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SCARCE U.S. HALE ROCKET

SCARCE U.S. HALE ROCKET

Excavated specimen of the federal Hale rocket. Rockets played a small role during the Civil War, but they were used in a few campaigns with both Union and Confederate leaders showing an interest in… (490-1797). Learn More »

ARTILLERY LIMBER POLE YOKE

ARTILLERY LIMBER POLE YOKE

A very uncommon Civil War artillery artifact, this iron pole yoke was only used with horse teams pulling an artillery limber. The yoke was designed to prevent the limber pole from spearing either rear… (476-106). Learn More »

US 10-POUNDER PARROTT SHELL

US 10-POUNDER PARROTT SHELL

The standard ammunition for the 3-inch Parrot rifled cannon. This shell was fired but remains in excellent condition. Possibly an early pick-up. The fuse adaptor is chewed up as is typical of these… (1053-14). Learn More »

$295.00
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C.S. FUSE ADAPTER & U.S. PARROTT FUSE ADAPTER FROM THE CODORI FARM, GETTYSBURG

C.S. FUSE ADAPTER & U.S. PARROTT FUSE ADAPTER FROM THE CODORI FARM, GETTYSBURG

Presented here are two Civil War artillery projectile time fuses recovered from the fields of the Codori Farm after the Battle of Gettysburg. One artifact is a Confederate brass time fuse adapter in… (R23091). Learn More »

$250.00
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SECTION OF 3 INCH HOTCHKISS SHELL FROM LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM

SECTION OF 3 INCH HOTCHKISS SHELL FROM LEE’S HEADQUARTERS MUSEUM

This large fragment of a US 3-inch Hotchkiss shell includes the base cup and half of the nose. When the shell was fired the sabot blew off and upon detonation only the top of the shell ruptured.… (R23090). Learn More »

CS 3-INCH READ ARTILLERY SHELL RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

CS 3-INCH READ ARTILLERY SHELL RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

This is a fired example of a CS Read pattern shell. Shell is in dug condition, with significant chipping to the iron around the base on one side. The iron on the nose exhibits light surface pitting.… (1054-1057). Learn More »

U.S. ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH -- ARSENAL MARKED

U.S. ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH -- ARSENAL MARKED

The leather is in decent condition but shows use, wear and some soiling overall.  The latch tab was stitched to the underside of the flap.  This tab is broken at the hole with the lower half gone. … (696-85). Learn More »

U.S. 3” HOTCHKISS SHELL

U.S. 3” HOTCHKISS SHELL

This is an excavated specimen and this common size was for the 3” Ordnance rifle. This shell was fired and retains its lead sabot and brass percussion fuse. The fuse anvil still unscrews. The lead… (696-83). Learn More »


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NON-REGULATION SILVER GRIPPED PRESENTATION SWORD BY SCHUYLER, HARTLEY & GRAHAM

This presentation sword has very impressive deeply cast and chased mounts and silver gripped hilt. Schuyler, Hartley and Graham assembled and sold a wide variety of swords that were often highly embellished and upgraded from regulation patterns, to… (870-653). Learn More »

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