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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 »

CONFEDERATE 4.52” 12-POUNDER, SPHERICAL CASE SHOT, SIDE LOADER

CONFEDERATE 4.52” 12-POUNDER, SPHERICAL CASE SHOT, SIDE LOADER

Confederate 12-pounder spherical case shot for smoothbore cannons. The fuse adapter is gone. Lead “side-loader” plug remains. Iron surface is clean and smooth; exceptional condition for a… (1000-778). 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 »

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 »

CIVIL WAR US ARTILLERY LIMBER CHEST LOCK

CIVIL WAR US ARTILLERY LIMBER CHEST LOCK

Original Civil War period limber chest lock, body made of brass, shackle made of iron. Iron shackle moves, lock covered in grease. Just needs a good cleaning. Have several in stock, no key! … (M25729). Learn More »

US BORMANN FUSE PUNCH

US BORMANN FUSE PUNCH

This tool was used by woodworkers / cabinetmakers. During the Civil War the tool was used by artillerymen to punch Bormann fuses. It measures 4 ¼” in length; half-moon shaped handle is made of… (M26276). Learn More »

$125.00
ON HOLD

UNOPENED PACK OF US FRANKFORD ARSENAL FRICTION PRIMERS

UNOPENED PACK OF US FRANKFORD ARSENAL FRICTION PRIMERS

Original artillery friction primers in their original blue paper wrapped box which measures 2.25” x 1.5” x 1”. The blue ink paper is lighter and printing is not as crisp as others; paper is… (33-193). Learn More »

UNOPENED PACK OF US FRANKFORD ARSENAL FRICTION PRIMERS

UNOPENED PACK OF US FRANKFORD ARSENAL FRICTION PRIMERS

Original artillery friction primers in their original blue paper wrapped box which measures 2.25” x 1.5” x 1”. The blue ink paper is darker and not as crisp as others. Paper with minor tears.… (490-1980). Learn More »

US ARTILLERY FUSE REAMER

US ARTILLERY FUSE REAMER

The artillery fuse reamer is an implement used to enlarge the hole in a wooden fuse adapter so as to make the hole the proper size for the paper time fuse. The wood handle retains most of its original… (M26278). Learn More »

$550.00
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UNOPENED PACK OF US FRANKFORD ARSENAL FRICTION PRIMERS

UNOPENED PACK OF US FRANKFORD ARSENAL FRICTION PRIMERS

Unique box, pre-printed label placed sideways on pack! First one we’ve ever seen. The blue printed label has consistent color; edge tear along bottom. Printed label has a drawing of a friction… (490-1981B). Learn More »

US ARTILLERY ENLISTEDMAN’S FUSE POUCH, ARSENAL MARKED!

US ARTILLERY ENLISTEDMAN’S FUSE POUCH, ARSENAL MARKED!

Very nice condition leather fuse pouch with “Watervliet Arsenal” stamped on the outer flap. Leather slightly stiff but in very good condition. Leather latch tab stitched to the under side of the… (172-5402). Learn More »


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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 patent drawings included and with patent office seal… (274-204). Learn More »

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