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RELIC SPIKE FROM THE USS <i>CAIRO</i>, RECOVERED FROM YAZOO RIVER, MISSISSIPPI

RELIC SPIKE FROM THE USS CAIRO, RECOVERED FROM YAZOO RIVER, MISSISSIPPI

Spike measures 4 ¾” long. Item is in good relic condition with moderate surface rust and pitting. The USS Cairo was one of the first American ironclad warships built at the beginning of the Civil… (998-804) SOLD. Learn More »

$27.50
SOLD

PAINTED “GEN. LEWIS ARMISTEAD” JULY 3, 1863 BY RON TUNISON

PAINTED “GEN. LEWIS ARMISTEAD” JULY 3, 1863 BY RON TUNISON

Limited edition cold cast bronze sculpture titled "Gen. Lewis Armistead" by Ron Tunison, ca. 1994. The piece depicts General Lewis Armistead as he led his troop of Virginians, hat on sword, as they… (M25903) SOLD. Learn More »

1863 SAILOR'S LETTER ABOARD THE USS <i>CLIFTON</i>

1863 SAILOR'S LETTER ABOARD THE USS CLIFTON

This two page letter, written by "Eugene" was written from on board the USS Clifton while "blockading" in the Mississippi Sound near Mobile, AL. The Clifton was built in 1861 as a civilian ferryboat.… (L15522) SOLD. Learn More »

US MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER

US MODEL 1860 COLT ARMY REVOLVER

Ser. No. 8434 [Mfg. 1861]. .44 caliber percussion revolver with 8” barrel, standard Colt barrel markings, 4 screw frame, and walnut grips, w/army inspector’s cartouche (somewhat worn) on left… (G3787) SOLD. Learn More »

AMMUNITION CRATE FOR .54 CALIBER AUSTRIAN RIFLES – COLUMBUS, OHIO ARSENAL

AMMUNITION CRATE FOR .54 CALIBER AUSTRIAN RIFLES – COLUMBUS, OHIO ARSENAL

This wood crate remains in excellent original condition and still retains its lid. It measures approximately 19” x 12 ½” x 8 ½”.  The exterior is painted olive drab with a natural interior.… (1000-667) SOLD. Learn More »

IRON SINGLE CAVITY PISTOL BULLET MOLD FOUND AT THE HISTORIC SHERFY PEACH ORCHARD AT GETTYSBURG

IRON SINGLE CAVITY PISTOL BULLET MOLD FOUND AT THE HISTORIC SHERFY PEACH ORCHARD AT GETTYSBURG

Single .36 caliber round pistol bullet mold. Handles still moveable! Very  minor areas of surface rust. Found by local resident and relic hunter John Cullison, later part of the Rosensteel Family… (173-4233) SOLD. Learn More »

$97.50
SOLD

CIVIL WAR INFANTRY BELT AND BUCKLE – W.H. SMITH BROOKLYN

CIVIL WAR INFANTRY BELT AND BUCKLE – W.H. SMITH BROOKLYN

This is a well-worn belt with a US infantry belt buckle and sewn leather “keeper”. The belt exhibits surface cracking and some finish loss. Belt leather measures about 39 inches and is soft and… (M25909) SOLD. Learn More »

US PATTERN 1861 CARTRIDGE BOX WITH PLATE

US PATTERN 1861 CARTRIDGE BOX WITH PLATE

Maker mark stamp on inner flap: “Baker/N-Y/ & McKenney”. Leather exhibits wear round the edges of outer flap and along the bottom, as well as flaking, most notably on the reverse. Front flap… (982-19) SOLD. Learn More »

REFERENCE BOOK ON THE LEFAUCHEUX SYSTEM

REFERENCE BOOK ON THE LEFAUCHEUX SYSTEM

Hardcover volume titled “SYSTEME LEFAUCHEUX – CONTINUING THE STUDY OF PINFIRE CARTRIDGE ARMS INCLUDING THEIR ROLE IN THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR” by Chris C. Curtis. Volume meas. approx. 9.00 x 11.25… (516-479) SOLD. Learn More »

$50.00
SOLD

REFERENCE BOOK – COLLECTING THE CONFEDERACY BY PRITCHARD

REFERENCE BOOK – COLLECTING THE CONFEDERACY BY PRITCHARD

COLLECTING THE CONFEDERACY by Shannon Prichard is a limited edition book; this copy is # 236 of 1500 printed, signed and dated. Everything and anything you need to know about the collecting… (573-72) SOLD. Learn More »

ALLEN & WHEELOCK SIDEHAMMER REVOLVER

ALLEN & WHEELOCK SIDEHAMMER REVOLVER

One thousand produced between 1859-62. 1st model, .32 caliber rim-fire, 6 shot revolver. Barrel is 2.25” long octagonal with well-worn markings: “Allen & Wheelock Worchester, MS. US. /… (913-21) SOLD. Learn More »

HOOD’S TOOTH POWDER BOTTLE, CIRCA 1870-80

HOOD’S TOOTH POWDER BOTTLE, CIRCA 1870-80

Item meas. approx. 6.25 inches tall with a 4.25 inch body and 2.00 inch neck. Front and back panels are blank. Side panels have raised lettering that reads “J. R. STAFFORD’S” with the last… (998-856) SOLD. Learn More »

$49.50
SOLD

CIVIL WAR SUTLER TOKEN, 3RD MICHIGAN CAVALRY

CIVIL WAR SUTLER TOKEN, 3RD MICHIGAN CAVALRY

Token is about the size of a penny. Face of token has wording that reads, “CHECK 5 CENTS SUTLER GOODS”.  Reverse has an image of a number 5 and reads, “J.A. LEGGAT SUTLER 3RD MICH.… (998-831) SOLD. Learn More »

US MODEL 1855 .58 CAL. SOCKET BAYONET

US MODEL 1855 .58 CAL. SOCKET BAYONET

Standard bayonet for Federal .58 Caliber musket. Blade Exhibits smooth, consistent light-to-medium gray patina, with crisp “US” stamping at base. Locking ring tight and moves smoothly. Fine… (E2751) SOLD. Learn More »

STRAND OF GEORGE WASHINGTON’S HAIR ALONG WITH RELIC BUTTON FROM YORKTOWN

STRAND OF GEORGE WASHINGTON’S HAIR ALONG WITH RELIC BUTTON FROM YORKTOWN

The battle on October 19, 1781, at Yorktown, Virignia, was a decisive victory by a combined force of American Continental Army troops led by General George Washington and French Army troops led by the… (M25893) SOLD. Learn More »

ABRAHAM LINCOLN STRAND OF HAIR, WOOD FROM FORD’S THEATRE AND BANDAGE FRAGMENT FROM THE PETERSON HOUSE

ABRAHAM LINCOLN STRAND OF HAIR, WOOD FROM FORD’S THEATRE AND BANDAGE FRAGMENT FROM THE PETERSON HOUSE

Nicely matted, unframed 14” x 11” display with burgundy suede matting with gold Florentine trim. this features several small strands of Lincoln’s hair, a small fragment of wood from Ford’s… (M25892) SOLD. Learn More »

UNION ARTILLERY INSIGNIA EXCAVATED FROM ANTIETAM BATTLEFIELD IN MARYLAND

UNION ARTILLERY INSIGNIA EXCAVATED FROM ANTIETAM BATTLEFIELD IN MARYLAND

This Civil War artifact is an original, brass-stamped, crossed cannon insignia of Union artillery excavated from the battlefield at Antietam. MD.  The relic is 3” long overall and is in strong,… (R22896) SOLD. Learn More »

PAIR OF BRITISH FLINTLOCK PISTOLS, CA 1825

PAIR OF BRITISH FLINTLOCK PISTOLS, CA 1825

Lock plate markings: “Hampton.” Barrel markings: “London.” Bore: .64 caliber. Overall length, 14”, barrel length: 8.875”. Barrel & lock plate markings slightly worn, while remaining… (410-232) SOLD. Learn More »

US ENLISTEDMAN’S GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT THE ROGERS HOUSE AT GETTYSBURG

US ENLISTEDMAN’S GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT THE ROGERS HOUSE AT GETTYSBURG

Nice light chocolate patina, few small touches of verdigris to face. No visible backmark. Shank missing. Found by local resident and relic hunter John Cullison, later part of the Rosensteel Family… (173-4161) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

US ENLISTEDMAN’S GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT SPANGLER’S SPRING AT GETTYSBURG

US ENLISTEDMAN’S GENERAL SERVICE EAGLE JACKET BUTTON RECOVERED AT SPANGLER’S SPRING AT GETTYSBURG

No visible backmark. Shank present, slightly bent. Found by local resident and relic hunter John Cullison, later part of the Rosensteel Family Collection, owners of the Electric Map Museum and then… (173-4159) SOLD. Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD


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ARTILLERY GUNNER’S HAVERSACK

Haversack is completely constructed of brown leather. It has a large body that measures approximately 12 ¾” x 13” tall and is sewn around the edges with a wide flap at top. The flap is held closed by an adjustable leather tab sewn to the… (1000-732). Learn More »

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