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US/CS HEAVY ARTILLERY SPONGE

US/CS HEAVY ARTILLERY SPONGE

This large sponge head meas. approx. 8.00 inches tall by 8.00 inches across the top. There are no markings. Exterior surface has light dirt but is in good condition.… (M25859). Learn More »

US ARTILLERY GREASE BUCKET

US ARTILLERY GREASE BUCKET

The bucket stands approx. 7.00 inches tall and is approx. 8.00 inches wide. The body retains a lot of the original paint though there is also much scattered surface dirt. There are no visible holes.… (998-643). Learn More »

CS 3-INCH BOURRELETED "VIRGINIA" PATTERN READ SHELL FOUND ON POWER'S HILL IN GETTYSBURG IN 1884 – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

CS 3-INCH BOURRELETED "VIRGINIA" PATTERN READ SHELL FOUND ON POWER'S HILL IN GETTYSBURG IN 1884 – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Fired from a CS 3" rifle, this piece was an incoming Confederate round directed against Union artillery posted on Powers Hill in the Culps Hill sector of the Battlefield. This Union position was… (R22869). Learn More »

U.S. 3.67” 20-POUND PARROTT SHELL RECOVERED FROM CULP’S HILL, GETTYSBURG – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

U.S. 3.67” 20-POUND PARROTT SHELL RECOVERED FROM CULP’S HILL, GETTYSBURG – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Here is a large, twenty-pound Federal 3.67” Parrott artillery projectile that was recovered from the Culp’s Hill area soon after the Battle of Gettysburg. This hefty Parrott shell specimen, most… (851-12). Learn More »

$975.00
Originally $1,250.00
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U.S. HEAVY ARTILLERY VENT PICK, MAKER MARKED

U.S. HEAVY ARTILLERY VENT PICK, MAKER MARKED

This iron vent pick is a tool used by Civil War artillerymen. It was inserted through the vent hole of the cannon in order to pierce the cartridge bag seated in the bore. This allowed the flame from… (980-23). Learn More »

US/CS ARTILLERY VENT PICK

US/CS ARTILLERY VENT PICK

This iron vent pick is a tool used by Civil War artillerymen. It was inserted through the vent hole of the cannon in order to pierce the cartridge bag seated in the bore. This allowed the flame from… (980-22). 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 »

US/CS ARTILLERY VENT PICK

US/CS ARTILLERY VENT PICK

“T” shaped tool with wooden handle and 4.25 inch iron shaft with a pointed threaded tip.  [AD] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE,… (286-389). Learn More »

WOODWORKING TOOL USED AS A U.S. ARTILLERY BORMANN FUSE PUNCH

WOODWORKING TOOL USED AS A U.S. ARTILLERY BORMANN FUSE PUNCH

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… (980-33). 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 »

US 3-INCH 10- POUND PARROTT SHELL RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

US 3-INCH 10- POUND PARROTT SHELL RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

Very nice clean shell. The exterior is smooth with virtually no pitting causing one to assume it was an early pick up. The fuse is missing but the threads are in good condition. The iron sabot is 50%… (809-15). Learn More »

$495.00
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PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL 10 SECOND FUSES

PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL 10 SECOND FUSES

This pack of 10 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… (984-28). 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… (981-48). Learn More »

6-PDR. SOLID SHOT FROM G.A.R. POST #9 IN PHILADELPHIA

6-PDR. SOLID SHOT FROM G.A.R. POST #9 IN PHILADELPHIA

Solid, cast iron shot for 6-pounder field gun. This cannon ball has a mould seam.  Approximately half of the surface looks to retain old black paint while the other half exhibits a lightly pitted… (809-12). Learn More »

BORMANN FUSE PUNCH / WOODWORKING TOOL

BORMANN FUSE PUNCH / WOODWORKING 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… (809-19). Learn More »

PATENT DOCUMENTS AND LETTERS REGARDING MANUFACTURE OF 3” ORDNANCE RIFLES

PATENT DOCUMENTS AND LETTERS REGARDING MANUFACTURE OF 3” ORDNANCE RIFLES

This lot consists of five letters written between John Griffen and Samuel Reeves; a legal agreement between Griffen, Reeves, and Emile Geyelin; Samuel Reeves’ copy of Letters Patent 37108 with… (274-204). Learn More »

$15,000.00
Originally $25,000.00

12-PDR. SPHERICAL BORMANN SHELL FROM FREDERICKSBURG

12-PDR. SPHERICAL BORMANN SHELL FROM FREDERICKSBURG

This is an early recovery from Fredericksburg, VA.  Iron cannonball complete with Bormann fuse.  Iron is in excellent condition with smooth surface and dark brown color. Some scattered light… (809-13). Learn More »

US NAVAL 3-INCH, POWDER “PASSING BOX”

US NAVAL 3-INCH, POWDER “PASSING BOX”

Black leather cylinder with top & lid strap, & long buckled carrying strap. Measures 12.25” in height, 4.25” in diameter at the base. Case leather is very good, with slight cracking &… (853-90). Learn More »

$600.00
Originally $750.00

CIVIL WAR 12 PDR LIGHT PASS BOX

CIVIL WAR 12 PDR LIGHT PASS BOX

In the field artillery, pass boxes were used by an individual gunner to carry live artillery-cartridges from a service-magazine to the piece, dryly and securely. This leather box is cylinder shaped,… (853-88). Learn More »

$600.00
Originally $700.00


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HIGH GRADE NON-REGULATION W. CLAUBERG CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE ID’D TO 1ST LT. JACOB MILLER, BATTERY A, MARYLAND JUNIOR LIGHT ARTILLERY

Occasionally a Cavalry Officer’s Civil War period sabre comes to market that is not a regulation sabre. This ID’d sabre is one that provides us with the many different high grade, high quality manufactured swords by the firm of W. Clauberg of… (865-02). Learn More »

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