Confederate Items

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RELIC CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN MADE INTO A STRAINER - RECOVERED FROM FREDERICKSBURG

RELIC CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN MADE INTO A STRAINER - RECOVERED FROM FREDERICKSBURG

CS canteen retains all three sling keepers. One side has holes punctured through for using as a strainer. Reverse side has areas where pieces are missing. Canteen has heavy rust, pitting and denting,… (1054-2388). Learn More »

VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY LOCKPLATE DATED 1806

VIRGINIA MANUFACTORY LOCKPLATE DATED 1806

Musket lockplate for an early flintlock.  Marked “Virginia / Manufactory” under the pan and “Richmond / 1806” at the far left. No hammer, no mainspring. There is the sear, spring, and tumbler… (1000-1135). Learn More »

CS RICHMOND LOCKPLATE FROM GETTYSBURG

CS RICHMOND LOCKPLATE FROM GETTYSBURG

Lockplate is complete but frozen by rust. No markings can be read but it is obviously a CS Richmond lock with a low hump. Hammer is frozen in the full cock position. Across the face of the lock is… (1054-1618). Learn More »

$225.00
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RELIC CONFEDERATE SNAKE BUCKLE WITH PART OF BELT

RELIC CONFEDERATE SNAKE BUCKLE WITH PART OF BELT

This excavated example of the English-import snake buckle was typically used by Confederates during the Civil War. This buckle is complete with both keepers. The snake-hook portion and attached keeper… (1054-2487). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE SOLDIER LETTER - FIRST LIEUT. WILLIAM C. CARRINGTON, 15TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY

CONFEDERATE SOLDIER LETTER - FIRST LIEUT. WILLIAM C. CARRINGTON, 15TH VIRGINIA CAVALRY

Cover envelope addressed to [Hospital Steward] Alonzo Brock Esq/ Genl Hospital Camp Winder/Care of/ Dr. J Chambliss/ 2nd Division”—postmarked “Howardsville VA/ Sept 13th”. Dated… (1000-1451). Learn More »

SWORD IDENTIFIED TO CAPTAIN THOMAS FOY OF THE 2nd RHODE ISLAND, WHO DUTIFULLY BURIED A GEORGIA COLONEL, A FELLOW MASON, KILLED IN ACTION AT GETTYSBURG

SWORD IDENTIFIED TO CAPTAIN THOMAS FOY OF THE 2nd RHODE ISLAND, WHO DUTIFULLY BURIED A GEORGIA COLONEL, A FELLOW MASON, KILLED IN ACTION AT GETTYSBURG

The drawn sword meas. approx. 36.75 inches long from point to pommel. The blade itself meas. approx. 30.00 inches long. It has a stopped fuller that meas. approx. 20.50 inches long with a narrow… (715-17). Learn More »

$3,750.00
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UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERAN REUNION RIBBON AND BADGE—"NEW ORLEANS 1903.”

UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERAN REUNION RIBBON AND BADGE—"NEW ORLEANS 1903.”

Three piece “ladder” assembly—bronze bar pin/ silver ribbon/aluminum medallion—measuring 3.5” in total length, medallion 1.5” in circumference. Ribbon exhibits slight wear, else near… (1054-383). Learn More »

1864 CLOTHING RECEIPT FOR 3RD ALABAMA SOLDIER

1864 CLOTHING RECEIPT FOR 3RD ALABAMA SOLDIER

Document is pre-printed on yellow paper and filled out in period ink. It states that Private Gavin Wooten paid Colonel W. R. Pickett A. Q. M. $280 for one overcoat, one jacket, one pair of pants and… (141-34). Learn More »

CDV OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL JOHN MARSHALL JONES

CDV OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL JOHN MARSHALL JONES

Image shows Jones from the waist up in a three-quarter right profile wearing the uniform of a Confederate General. Image is clear with very good contrast. Bottom of mount has “J. M. JONES” in… (998-2145). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE SOLDIER LETTER WRITTEN BY BUGLER DONAL M. CAMERON – 3rd NORTH CAROLINA LIGHT ARTILLERY; 13TH BATTALION NORTH CAROLINA LIGHT ARTILLERY

CONFEDERATE SOLDIER LETTER WRITTEN BY BUGLER DONAL M. CAMERON – 3rd NORTH CAROLINA LIGHT ARTILLERY; 13TH BATTALION NORTH CAROLINA LIGHT ARTILLERY

2 page letter (1 sheet, front & back) in ink on lined 6 ½” x 10” paper. Fold lines; some soiling, particularly along fold lines, with a few small wear holes.  Some smearing to ink, but… (1054-2246). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE “EGG” INSULATOR – RECOVERED FROM RICHMOND, VA

CONFEDERATE “EGG” INSULATOR – RECOVERED FROM RICHMOND, VA

Confederate telegraph glass insulator was excavated from the site of the C.S. quartermaster depot in Richmond, VA. The glass melted from the heat of the fire when the city burned in April, 1865.… (1054-2384). Learn More »

$100.00
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AUGUSTA, GA DAILY CHRONICLE & SENTINEL, JUNE 16, 1864

AUGUSTA, GA DAILY CHRONICLE & SENTINEL, JUNE 16, 1864

Vol. XXVIII—No. 155. 4 pp., 13.25 x 19.5”. Exhibits fold-marks, light yellowing and slight chipping and staining along right & lower margin & internal fold-marks. Else VG, and entirely… (1000-2557). Learn More »

THE DAILY DELTA, NEW ORLEANS, APRIL 6, 1861

THE DAILY DELTA, NEW ORLEANS, APRIL 6, 1861

Vol. XVI—No. 123. 6 pp., 15 x 22”, six columns. Exhibits slight chipping along the left margin, else VG. The Daily Delta was one of a handful of newspapers being published in the bustling port of… (145-117). Learn More »

RELIC E.M. LEWIS CONFEDERATE BLOCK “I” BUTTON

RELIC E.M. LEWIS CONFEDERATE BLOCK “I” BUTTON

This is an excavated block “I” button in very good condition. Face is about perfect with smooth, even brown patina. Back features a strong shank standing straight up. A recessed channel has the… (141-123). Learn More »

RELIC E.M. LEWIS CONFEDERATE BLOCK “I” BUTTON

RELIC E.M. LEWIS CONFEDERATE BLOCK “I” BUTTON

This is an excavated block “I” button. Face has several small dents with smooth surface. Back does have a crease running across it but shank remains strong and stands straight. A recessed channel… (141-122). Learn More »

$50.00
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1876 INTERNAL REVENUE TAX FORM SIGNED BY CS GEN. LAFAYETTE MCLAWS

1876 INTERNAL REVENUE TAX FORM SIGNED BY CS GEN. LAFAYETTE MCLAWS

7 ¾” x 7” document signed; imprinted United States Internal Revenue tax form printed on pink paper with vignettes. 1876 Dealer in Manufactured Tobacco. Signed in ink, “L. McLaws”, as… (1054-2318). Learn More »

1863 CONFEDERATE RECEIPT FOR DRUM

1863 CONFEDERATE RECEIPT FOR DRUM

7 7/8” x 5 ¾”, partly printed document on blue lined paper which has been filled out in ink. “CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA. Quartermaster’s Department. Invoice of Quartermaster Stores this… (1054-2241). Learn More »

RELIC SOUTH CAROLINA STATE SEAL BUTTON

RELIC SOUTH CAROLINA STATE SEAL BUTTON

Excavated South Carolina state seal button. 23 mm. Recessed channel on reverse but cannot read back mark. Straight, round shank. Crude construction suggests local maker. Smooth, even chocolate-brown… (127-1027). Learn More »

DUG CONFEDERATE CAVALRY “SCRIPT C” BUTTON

DUG CONFEDERATE CAVALRY “SCRIPT C” BUTTON

This artifact is a fine, excavated example of a convex two-piece CS cavalry script C button as worn on the uniforms of Confederate horse soldiers. This brass, coat-size button has a border and a… (141-125). Learn More »

PRE-CIVIL WAR DOCUMENT SIGNED BY FUTURE CONFEDERATE GENERAL WILLIAM E. “GRUMBLE” JONES

PRE-CIVIL WAR DOCUMENT SIGNED BY FUTURE CONFEDERATE GENERAL WILLIAM E. “GRUMBLE” JONES

Done on blue stationery this handwritten document lists items worn out in the public service at Fort Ewell, Texas in 1853. In this case the items are 3 camp kettles and 230 tent pins. The document is… (141-27). Learn More »


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