Artillery

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US/CS 3 INCH SCHENKL CASE SHOT

US/CS 3 INCH SCHENKL CASE SHOT

Rare Schenkl case shot in excellent condition features a percussion fuse adapter which has been altered by carving to take a paper time fuse. It was most likely captured by Confederates, who would… (R21815). Learn More »

$695.00
Originally $895.00

US 3 INCH SCHENKL CASE SHOT RECOVERED FROM THE JAMES RIVER

US 3 INCH SCHENKL CASE SHOT RECOVERED FROM THE JAMES RIVER

Excellent, excavated condition case-shot has been cleaned and shows minimal surface pitting. Near-minty combination fuse adapter is intact, as are the case-shot within the shell; shell was deactivated… (R21816). Learn More »

$695.00
Originally $895.00
ON HOLD

US 3.67 INCH 20 POUND PARROT BOLT

US 3.67 INCH 20 POUND PARROT BOLT

Unfired “bottle-nose” Parrott bolt shows moderate surface pitting and has been coated in shellac. Brass sabot is intact. Recovered from the site of Degrise’s battery outside Marietta, Georgia,… (R21820). Learn More »

$350.00
Originally $395.00

3-INCH ARMSTRONG ARTILLERY SHELL

3-INCH ARMSTRONG ARTILLERY SHELL

English-made, Confederate-imported 3-inch Armstrong shell. This rare studded Armstrong shell is an unfired example of the longer three-studded variety, featuring triple rows of three brass studs.… (R21786). Learn More »

$1,950.00
Originally $2,950.00
ON HOLD

US 3.67-INCH PARROTT SHELL

US 3.67-INCH PARROTT SHELL

This was the most common Schenkl pattern purchased by the Federals. Approx. 9-inches long. This unusual looking shell features seven vertical ribs on the tapered base. It employed a papier-mache sabot… (R21791). Learn More »

$695.00
Originally $895.00
ON HOLD

U.S. 3-INCH HOTCHKISS CANISTER

U.S. 3-INCH HOTCHKISS CANISTER

Very nice solid, clean, example of a 3 inch Hotchkiss canister round. The sides of the tin body are free from dings and dents and features a nice soldered seam. The top is nicely crimped around an… (M25238). Learn More »

$1,895.00
Originally $2,100.00
ON HOLD

RARE, EXCELLENT CONDITION US 2.6 INCH WIARD RIFLE CANISTER ROUND

RARE, EXCELLENT CONDITION US 2.6 INCH WIARD RIFLE CANISTER ROUND

This perfect example canister round was intended for use in the 2.6 inch Wiard Rifle. The tin body is in excellent condition with no dings/dents. Top of the round crimped edges intact. The original… (R21755). Learn More »

$2,950.00
Originally $3,250.00
ON HOLD

CONFEDERATE TEN SECOND PAPER TIME FUSES WITH BOX

CONFEDERATE TEN SECOND PAPER TIME FUSES WITH BOX

Two Confederate ten second paper fuses that originated from the magazine of Fort Jackson on the Mississippi River. These were recovered by a Union soldier in 1862 who packaged them in this box and… (R21949). Learn More »

$595.00
Originally $895.00

FEDERAL ARTILLERY GUNNER’S BRASS LEVEL DATED 1863

FEDERAL ARTILLERY GUNNER’S BRASS LEVEL DATED 1863

This artifact is a fine condition specimen of an arsenal-marked, Union artillery gunner’s firing implement. Known as the ‘gunner’s level’, the brass device was utilized by Federal military and… (490-408). Learn More »

$1,695.00
Originally $1,895.00

SHIPPING CRATE FOR 12-PDR SOLID SHOT – WATERTOWN ARSENAL

SHIPPING CRATE FOR 12-PDR SOLID SHOT – WATERTOWN ARSENAL

Pine shipping crate from Watertown Arsenal for 12-pdr solid shot with portion of lid. Constructed of 1” boards and features dovetailed joints which is typical of early war construction.  This crate… (R21839). Learn More »

$1,495.00
Originally $1,800.00

RARE CS 6-PDR SHELL STRAPPED TO ORIGINAL SABOT

RARE CS 6-PDR SHELL STRAPPED TO ORIGINAL SABOT

A rare Confederate 3.67-inch hollow shell for 6-pounder gun. Nice thin-walled hollow round ball with open fuse hole. Fuse hole measures approximately 0.775 and the shell walls are about 0.25 thick at… (R21780). Learn More »

$1,950.00
Originally $2,750.00

REMAINS OF SEVERAL CONFEDERATE SELMA ARSENAL ARTILLERY SHIPPING CRATES WITH A CONFEDERATE 32 LB. SPHERICAL SHELL FOUND DURING CONSTRUCTION  OF I-75 AROUND ATLANTA, GA

REMAINS OF SEVERAL CONFEDERATE SELMA ARSENAL ARTILLERY SHIPPING CRATES WITH A CONFEDERATE 32 LB. SPHERICAL SHELL FOUND DURING CONSTRUCTION OF I-75 AROUND ATLANTA, GA

In this group are the remains of several sections of Selma Arsenal artillery shipping crates found by a workman during construction of Interstate 75 around Atlanta. A large Confederate ammo dump was… (R20153). Learn More »

$1,500.00
Originally $1,850.00

US 3.67-INCH PARROTT SHELL

US 3.67-INCH PARROTT SHELL

Excellent condition 3.67-inch, 20-pounder Parrott shell. Iron shell with brass sabot and zinc fuse adapter. Fuse is missing the slider and top cap, but unscrews and still retains about half of the… (R21788). Learn More »

$695.00
Originally $895.00

CIVIL WAR US ARTILLERY GUNNER’S LEVEL – WATERTOWN ARSENAL, 1862

CIVIL WAR US ARTILLERY GUNNER’S LEVEL – WATERTOWN ARSENAL, 1862

This artifact is a fine condition specimen of an arsenal-marked, Union artillery gunner’s firing implement. Known as the ‘gunner’s level’, the brass device was utilized by Federal military and… (523-12). Learn More »

US/CS 4.52” 12 POUNDER SPHERICAL CASE-SHOT SHELL FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

US/CS 4.52” 12 POUNDER SPHERICAL CASE-SHOT SHELL FROM THE ROSENSTEEL FAMILY COLLECTION

Item was part of the collections of the Little Round Top Museum and the Electric Map, National Park Service Visitor Center/Museum.  Visible on the inside are the black matrix and lead case shot… (R22580). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE TEN SECOND PAPER TIME FUSE

CONFEDERATE TEN SECOND PAPER TIME FUSE

This ten-second fuse originated from the magazine at Fort Jackson, Louisiana. Fuse was recovered by a Union soldier in 1862, who packaged several in a box and documented it by writing the information… (R21948). Learn More »

UNOPENED PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL 8 SECOND FUSES

UNOPENED PACK OF FRANKFORD ARSENAL 8 SECOND FUSES

This box of 8 second artillery fuses originates from the Frankford Arsenal in 1864. It is unopened and contains all 5 fuses. Packet still exhibits the small cotton tabs or strips protruding from the… (744-48). Learn More »

$175.00
Originally $205.00

THEFT FROM GRAVESITE OF GEN. JOHN REYNOLDS

THEFT FROM GRAVESITE OF GEN. JOHN REYNOLDS

A large artillery shell, one of pair that sit on either side of the grave of Gen. John F. Reynolds in Lancaster Cemetery, Lancaster, PA has been removed from the site. If anyone comes into contact…. Learn More »

LANTAKA SWIVEL CANNON

LANTAKA SWIVEL CANNON

Lantaka were a type of bronze swivel gun mounted on merchant vessels travelling the waterways of Malay Archipelago.  There use was greatest in precolonial South East Asia. These guns were often used… (172-4370). Learn More »

LANTAKA SWIVEL CANNON

LANTAKA SWIVEL CANNON

Lantaka were a type of bronze swivel gun mounted on merchant vessels travelling the waterways of Malay Archipelago.  There use was greatest in precolonial South East Asia. These guns were often used… (172-4371). Learn More »


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MODEL 1841 NAVAL OFFICER’S SWORD BY AMES

Manufactured: Springfield Mass  Maker: N. P. Ames Cutler  Year: 1841-1050  Model: M 1841 Naval Officer Sword   Size: 28.25  Condition: VG Eagle head brass guard is in great shape with both folding guards in working order.  Carved ivory grip… (870-62). Learn More »

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