Gettysburg Items

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SPUR FOUND ON JOHN GEISELMAN'S FARM - GETTYSBURG

SPUR FOUND ON JOHN GEISELMAN'S FARM - GETTYSBURG

Here is a very nice spur. John found this relic on his farm south of Gettysburg. Moderately pitted with some dirt still adhering, this spur is sized as a small and appears to be a civilian style. It… (R11477). Learn More »

UNION SPUR FOUND ON THE WILLIAM CROMER HOMESTEAD - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

UNION SPUR FOUND ON THE WILLIAM CROMER HOMESTEAD - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Here is a very nice U.S. Cavalry Spur. John Geiselman found this relic on the William Cromer Homestead. Lightly pitted with some dirt still adhering, this spur is sized as a small and appears to be a… (R11502). Learn More »

IRON SPUR FOUND ON SOUTH CAVALRY FIELD, EX-BITTLE COLLECTION - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

IRON SPUR FOUND ON SOUTH CAVALRY FIELD, EX-BITTLE COLLECTION - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Dainty spur with slightly down-turned neck. Iron rowel in very fine condition. A stud on each branch of spur for strap attachment. Dark patina, no pitting. This item identified on John Geiselman's… (R11399). Learn More »

BRASS "RAKING" SPUR FOUND ON REDDING FARM NEXT TO EISENHOWER'S FARM - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

BRASS "RAKING" SPUR FOUND ON REDDING FARM NEXT TO EISENHOWER'S FARM - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Very dainty spur with straight neck and horizontal mounted rowel. Slots are very crudely finished. Light file marks on inside area of spur, possible Confederate officer's spur. Very dark patina. This… (R11401). Learn More »

BRIDLE BIT REMNANT FOUND ON THE WILLIAM CROMER FARM - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

BRIDLE BIT REMNANT FOUND ON THE WILLIAM CROMER FARM - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is an unusual remnant of a Bridle Bit. It was found in relic condition in Gettysburg on the William Cromer Farm along Rock Creek. Heavily pitted and rusted, it measures approximately 5-¼… (R11476). Learn More »

MID 19TH CENTURY CIVILIAN PATTERN BIT FOUND ON THE ROSE FARM, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

MID 19TH CENTURY CIVILIAN PATTERN BIT FOUND ON THE ROSE FARM, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

A nice example of a typical iron horse bit often found on mid 19th century farms. Of the various styles of civilian bits used, this plain simple blacksmith-made bit was inexpensive, practical and easy… (R11740). Learn More »

CIVILIAN STYLE BRIDLE BIT FOUND ON THE GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

CIVILIAN STYLE BRIDLE BIT FOUND ON THE GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Here is an unusual Civilian Style Bridle Bit. It was found in relic condition at an unknown location on the Gettysburg Battlefield. Lightly to moderately pitted and rusted, it measures 5 ½ inches… (R10856). Learn More »

EQUESTRIAN BRIDLE OR CURB BIT FOUND AT CULP'S HILL, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

EQUESTRIAN BRIDLE OR CURB BIT FOUND AT CULP'S HILL, GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Found in the area of Culp's Hill on the battlefield of Gettysburg is this fancy, iron bridle bit in relic condition. The excavated artifact measures 6" long and is 5¼" wide. Its iron surface exhibits… (R11186). Learn More »

FEDERAL M1858 SMOOTHSIDE CANTEEN - CULP'S HILL GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

FEDERAL M1858 SMOOTHSIDE CANTEEN - CULP'S HILL GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This Federal Model 1858 smoothside canteen is an unusual recovered artifact from the Culp's Hill area in Gettysburg. The tin canteen, produced by the government's New York Depot, was modified by a… (R13823). Learn More »

MODIFIED C.S. TIN CANTEEN FOUND AT THE RAILROAD CUT - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

MODIFIED C.S. TIN CANTEEN FOUND AT THE RAILROAD CUT - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is an unusual and outstanding Confederate Canteen. John Geiselman obtained it from the Pud Marick Collection of Gettysburg relics; it was found at the Railroad Cut in Gettysburg. This… (R11894). Learn More »

COMBINATION TOOL - EARLY GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD PICK-UP / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

COMBINATION TOOL - EARLY GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD PICK-UP / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is a nice, original combination gun tool; the origin of this tool is unknown but it is possibly from the continental European or British. It was found in Gettysburg at an unknown location.… (R11655). Learn More »

EXCAVATED CONDITION, CIVILIAN STYLE, RIFLE BARREL BREECH PLUG WITH TRIGGER PLATE - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

EXCAVATED CONDITION, CIVILIAN STYLE, RIFLE BARREL BREECH PLUG WITH TRIGGER PLATE - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

A most unusual excavated artifact from the Battle of Gettysburg is this civilian style rifle / musket iron breech plug with a portion of a trigger plate attached. Found on the William Cromer Homestead… (R11475). Learn More »

SINGLE SHOT FLINTLOCK PISTOL FOUND ON GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD ON THE DAVID PLANK FARM - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

SINGLE SHOT FLINTLOCK PISTOL FOUND ON GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD ON THE DAVID PLANK FARM - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Moderate rust, wooden grips gone. Grips at one time had brass sideplates affixed to each side which still remain, although loose from pistol. Hammer and frizzen still moveable. Folding trigger is… (R10857). Learn More »

CASE-SHOT BALL FOUND ON OAK RIDGE - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

CASE-SHOT BALL FOUND ON OAK RIDGE - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is an original and attractive iron case-shot ball. This ball was recovered in relic condition on Oak Ridge on the north edge of the borough of Gettysburg. Moderately pitted and rusted, it… (R12168). Learn More »

BULLET IN WOOD FOUND AT GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

BULLET IN WOOD FOUND AT GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Here is a very nice piece of Gettysburg history: it is a bullet embedded in a piece of wood. It was recovered at an unknown location in Gettysburg. This wood was sawn by L.U. Collins in the summer of… (R10826). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR WHEEL HUB BOX RING- GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

CIVIL WAR WHEEL HUB BOX RING- GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is an original wheel hub nave box ring for an axle tree. It was recovered in relic condition at an unknown location in Gettysburg. Moderately pitted, it measures 3-½ inches in diameter, 2… (R12381). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR WHEEL HUB BOX RING - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

CIVIL WAR WHEEL HUB BOX RING - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is an original wheel hub nave box ring for an axle tree. It was recovered in relic condition at an unknown location in Gettysburg. Lightly pitted, it has a very attractive green, gold, and… (R12383). Learn More »

ARTILLERY CHAIN FOUND AT GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

ARTILLERY CHAIN FOUND AT GETTYSBURG - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Here is a section of artillery chain. It was recovered in relic condition at an unknown non-Gettysburg location. Moderately pitted, it consists of a bolt end and twelve links of chain. The bolt is… (R12377). Learn More »

U.S. 3.67-INCH HOTCHKISS CANISTER FOR A 20 POUNDER - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

U.S. 3.67-INCH HOTCHKISS CANISTER FOR A 20 POUNDER - GETTYSBURG / GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This item is a nice, original, unfired U.S. canister round for a 3.67-Inch 20 Pounder. This canister would have been fired from Captain Elijah D. Taft's 5th New York Independent Battery, the only… (R10878). Learn More »

U.S. 2.9" PARROTT SHELL FROM LITTLE ROUND TOP USED AS A FARM WEIGHT -GEISELMAN COLLECTION

U.S. 2.9" PARROTT SHELL FROM LITTLE ROUND TOP USED AS A FARM WEIGHT - GEISELMAN COLLECTION

This original, Federal artillery projectile is a 2.9" Parrott shell specimen that was recovered from the David Plank Farm on Little Round Top sometime after the battle of Gettysburg. Converted and… (R11214). Learn More »


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