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CDV & BOOKLET -- ADVERTISING HOTCHKISS PROJECTILES

CDV & BOOKLET -- ADVERTISING HOTCHKISS PROJECTILES

Extremely scarce and possibly unique items! The first item is a Carte de Viste advertising Hotchkiss patent artillery shells. The photograph illustrates sectioned interiors and complete exteriors of… (137-04). Learn More »

CS 4.52-INCH 12-PDR. SPHERICAL SHELL

CS 4.52-INCH 12-PDR. SPHERICAL SHELL

Here is an original 4.52” spherical shell with open fuse hole. This ball is rusted and moderately pitted as you would expect to find with any iron relic. There is a single larger pit on the bottom,… (727-304). Learn More »

RELIC US/CS 3.67-INCH 6-PDR. SPHERICAL SHOT

RELIC US/CS 3.67-INCH 6-PDR. SPHERICAL SHOT

Here is an original 3.67” solid shot. Used by both sides. This ball is rusted and pitted as you would expect to find with any iron relic. It weighs about 6 pounds, is unfused, and was meant to be… (727-286). Learn More »

C.S. 10-PDR. READ-PARROT SIDE-LOADER – GETTYSBURG

C.S. 10-PDR. READ-PARROT SIDE-LOADER – GETTYSBURG

Scarce, excavated 10-pounder Confederate Read-Parrott side-loader case shot shell. These were fired from 3-inch rifled cannons. Cast-iron shell with lathe lug, copper fuse adapter and sabot, lead side… (R22384). Learn More »

CS 4.52 INCH 12 POUND SPHERICAL SHELL WITH THE ORIGINAL WOOD FUSE PLUG

CS 4.52 INCH 12 POUND SPHERICAL SHELL WITH THE ORIGINAL WOOD FUSE PLUG

A perfect wood fuse adapter intact and removable. Has traces of the wood sabot attached to the projectile. Lightly cleaned and varnished. Found in the greater Richmond, VA area. … (883-163). Learn More »

RARE US 4.52 INCH 12 POUND SPHERICAL BRAILLE BORMANN FUSED SPHERICAL SHELL

RARE US 4.52 INCH 12 POUND SPHERICAL BRAILLE BORMANN FUSED SPHERICAL SHELL

A scarce Braille Bormann fuse seldom seen on today’s market. Most lines and dots visible. Some minor ground action to the lead fuse. Unpunched. Body of shell cleaned and varnished. Some minor… (883-282). Learn More »

CS 4.52” 12 LB. SPHERICAL CASE SHOT SHELL LEAD SIDE LOADER

CS 4.52” 12 LB. SPHERICAL CASE SHOT SHELL LEAD SIDE LOADER

Recovered at City Point, VA, James River. Minor pitting overall. No fuse. Dark varnish.  [mk] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE… (883-159). Learn More »

11-INCH SPHERICAL SHELL

11-INCH SPHERICAL SHELL

Non-excavated Dahlgren cannon ball. This shell still retains traces of original orange paint. No fuse, but fuse hole looks to be threaded for the typical naval fuse. Below the fuse hole are the… (R21827). Learn More »

$1,500.00
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10-INCH MORTAR SHELL

10-INCH MORTAR SHELL

Non-excavated mortar shell. A fuse hole and two tong holes (or ears) are present.  The fuse hole is 1 ¾ inch in diameter, much larger to take the long burning wood mortar fuse. No fuse. The surface… (R21828). Learn More »

$895.00
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CS 4.52” 12 LB. SPHERICAL CASE SHOT IRON SIDE LOADER

CS 4.52” 12 LB. SPHERICAL CASE SHOT IRON SIDE LOADER

Some iron loss in one area. Fuse in good condition. Cleaned & lightly varnished.   [mk] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE… (883-161). Learn More »

CS 24 LB. SPHERICAL SHELL WITH SABOT REMAINS

CS 24 LB. SPHERICAL SHELL WITH SABOT REMAINS

Slight pitting over whole surface. Remains of tin straps with evidence of several missing straps. Recovered at City Point, VA, located on the James River. [mk] NOTE:  May require extra shipping… (883-158). 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… (R21947). Learn More »

US 3” PARROTT FUSE ADAPTER

US 3” PARROTT FUSE ADAPTER

This zinc Parrott time fuse adapter would have taken a paper time fuse. No flanged head suggests early manufacture. Adapter measures approximately 1 ½” from the head to the base. This pattern… (R22305). Learn More »

US ARTILLERY WHIP

US ARTILLERY WHIP

This is a very rare find that came out of an artillery collection. Artillery whip has a turned wood handle with a brass cap at the end where the rawhide ties through to attach braided leather whip.… (33-160). Learn More »

US/CS 3.67 INCH 6 POUND BORMANN FUSED SPHERICALL SHELL “GROUND BURST” PROJECTILE

US/CS 3.67 INCH 6 POUND BORMANN FUSED SPHERICALL SHELL “GROUND BURST” PROJECTILE

Found in the greater Richmond, VA area, this “ground burst” projectile has been carefully put back together and varnished. A unique shell completely intact. Bormann fuse, no numbers visible. … (883-05). Learn More »

US 3.67” 20LB CANISTER ROUND

US 3.67” 20LB CANISTER ROUND

This canister round was once part of the DuBose Collection of Atlanta, Georgia. The canister round is in minty condition, and the wooden sabot is undamaged. There is only minor scratching of paint on… (37-366). Learn More »

US 3” HOTCHKISS SMALL PATTERN FUSE ADAPTER

US 3” HOTCHKISS SMALL PATTERN FUSE ADAPTER

Brass Hotchkiss fuse adapter measuring approximately 1 7/8” long. Head is flanged with a screwdriver slot and measures about 1 1/8” in diameter. Threads run about 5/8” down the body. There is a… (R22310). Learn More »

$65.00
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US/CS 5.63” 24LB SPHERICAL SHELL RECOVERED AT TORGOOD CREEK, SOUTH CAROLINA

US/CS 5.63” 24LB SPHERICAL SHELL RECOVERED AT TORGOOD CREEK, SOUTH CAROLINA

This shell was once part of the DuBose Collection of Atlanta, Georgia. The shell is labeled number “51” from the DuBose Collection inventory. The rust is evenly distributed, and the projectile has… (R22383). Learn More »

MATRIX & CASE SHOT FROM 30-PDR PARROTT

MATRIX & CASE SHOT FROM 30-PDR PARROTT

A truly rare item. This is the tar matrix out of a 30-pdr Parrott shell. Embedded within the matrix are the lead case shot balls. Definitely not something you just dig up; this came out of a shell… (R21830). Learn More »

CS 3-INCH BROUN SHELL

CS 3-INCH BROUN SHELL

Excavated late-war Confederate artillery shell for 3-inch ordnance rifles. Round nose with hole for drive-in fuse. Single 1-inch wide bourrelet near top of shell and a copper sabot that served as the… (R21823). Learn More »


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RARE CASED CIVIL WAR PERIOD EMBALMING SURGEON’S CHEMICAL BOTTLES

During the early part of the Civil War it was the Embalming Surgeons that performed the embalming procedure. Most of the men were military surgeons, some were civilian surgeons that took up the trade and became Embalming Surgeons. Dr. Thomas Holmes,… (M25239). Learn More »

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