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NAVY YARD MARKED FUSE BOX

NAVY YARD MARKED FUSE BOX

This Navy fuse box is in good condition. The outer flap is smooth and mostly clean with only light surface wear. The latch tab is sewn to the underside of the flap and is in excellent condition. Upon… (853-164). Learn More »

$395.00
Originally $450.00

CIVIL WAR NAVY FUSE BOX, BOSTON

CIVIL WAR NAVY FUSE BOX, BOSTON

Small leather box to hold fuses and carried on the belt.  The box is relatively square in shape to accommodate the shape of the friction primer packs.  This box has a single wide belt loop which is… (172-4587). Learn More »

COMPLETE PACKAGE OF TAYLOR FUSE IGNITERS

COMPLETE PACKAGE OF TAYLOR FUSE IGNITERS

Here is a paper-wrapped stack of tin fuse igniters for Taylor’s time fuse. The whole stack is wrapped in tan packing paper. The packing paper is water damaged, missing a few fragments, and quite… (727-50). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE 6-LB SPHERICAL SHELL FIRED AT GETTYSBURG MADE INTO AN OIL LAMP BY J. A. DANNER

CONFEDERATE 6-LB SPHERICAL SHELL FIRED AT GETTYSBURG MADE INTO AN OIL LAMP BY J. A. DANNER

Though the 6-lb shell is common in general, it is one of the rarest types of artillery ordnance found at Gettysburg. The only 6-lb gun at Gettysburg belonged to Latham’s North Carolina battery which… (R22693). Learn More »

$4,500.00
ON HOLD

US/CS 4.52” 12 LB SPHERICAL SHOT RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

US/CS 4.52” 12 LB SPHERICAL SHOT RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

Recovered from  the woods between Herrs Ridge Rd and Country Club Rd. Exhibits usual rust and  pitting, with small Rosensteel collection sticker “36”. This relic was once part of the Iva… (R21896). Learn More »

SECTIONED 4.52” SPHERICAL 12 LB. BORMANN SHELL

SECTIONED 4.52” SPHERICAL 12 LB. BORMANN SHELL

Exterior of shell is rusted with minor pitting. Fuse is missing; no powder tube visible. Instead, the matrix is a “Greek” tar matrix broken into many fragments which would be flung with the lead… (R22446). Learn More »

US ARTILLERY TRAIL SPIKE BELIEVED TO BE FROM THE JAMES RIVER/BERMUDA HUNDRED AREA

US ARTILLERY TRAIL SPIKE BELIEVED TO BE FROM THE JAMES RIVER/BERMUDA HUNDRED AREA

Wood trail spike with iron collar on the base meas. approx. 72.00 inches long. The wood has swelled and cracked a bit but is otherwise good. The iron has been treated by electrolysis and has been… (R21843). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH WITH LEAD FINIAL

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY FUSE POUCH WITH LEAD FINIAL

Brown leather Confederate artillery fuse pouch is in good condition. This is the leather pouch that went on the side of the Confederate artilleryman. It held his paper time fuses for firing the… (381-20). Learn More »

LID FOR CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY WATER BUCKET

LID FOR CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY WATER BUCKET

Wooden lid meas. approx. 6.00 inches across. Top has a reversed “U” handle with an “O” ring and 5.00 inches of iron chain attached. Running across the top of the lid is an iron bar used to… (M25474). Learn More »

US/CS 3.67” 6 LB. CANISTER ROUND

US/CS 3.67” 6 LB. CANISTER ROUND

This non-excavated specimen is the standard-style canister that both the Federal and Confederate forces used in the 6-pounder (3.67-inch) smoothbore cannon.  This is a very nice solid and clean… (M25237). Learn More »

US/CS 4.52 12 POUND BORMANN SPHERICAL SHELL FROM GETTYSBURG

US/CS 4.52 12 POUND BORMANN SPHERICAL SHELL FROM GETTYSBURG

Light rust covers entire surface. Body is smooth and in good condition. Deactivation drill hole at bottom. Bormann fuse is missing but brass underplug is present. Item came from GAR Post #9 in… (513-24). Learn More »

$595.00
Originally $675.00

US 3.67 INCH 20 POUND BOTTLENOSE PARROTT BOLT RECOVERED FROM PORT HUDSON

US 3.67 INCH 20 POUND BOTTLENOSE PARROTT BOLT RECOVERED FROM PORT HUDSON

Unfired “bottlenose” Parrott bolt in good condition. Projectile has been cleaned and coated; shows light surface pitting. Brass sabot is intact. Recovered from Port Hudson, Louisiana.  [jt] Extra… (R21798). Learn More »

$450.00
Originally $595.00

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
SOLD

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
ON HOLD

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
ON HOLD

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
ON HOLD

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

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 »


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EARLY & SCARCE CIVIL WAR TIN SNARE DRUM WITH WASHINGTON PORTRAIT MADE BY JOHN LOWELL OF BANGOR, MAINE

Full size snare drum that meas. approx. 15.25 inches tall by 16.25 inches across. With the exception of the tension ropes, the drum is all original. The tin body is in excellent condition with only a few scattered shallow dings. The body surface has… (413-62). Learn More »

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