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U.S 3- INCH DYER SHELL FRAGMENT – RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

U.S 3- INCH DYER SHELL FRAGMENT – RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG

Shell fragment was recovered from Country Club Road off of Route 30 West in Gettysburg. Item is in good relic condition with light surface rust and pitting. Measures 5 ¼” long by 2” wide. … (R22998O) SOLD. Learn More »

$39.50
SOLD

OVAL PATTERN 1839 US PLATE RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

OVAL PATTERN 1839 US PLATE RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

Plate is solid and complete. It has a dusty green patina on the face with a very nice “US” stamping. Reverse has 98% of the lead fill, both arrow hooks and tongue. One of the arrow hooks is bent… (1054-1639) SOLD. Learn More »

MINTY WW1 WINCHESTER M1917 BAYONET AND FIRST TYPE-FIRST VARIATION SCABBARD

MINTY WW1 WINCHESTER M1917 BAYONET AND FIRST TYPE-FIRST VARIATION SCABBARD

This is a minty example of a Winchester made bayonet for the US M1917 Rifle with its “Type-1, Variation No.1” scabbard in Hardin’s classification. The bayonet blade shows the original bright… (1047-184) SOLD. Learn More »

RELIC U.S. MODEL 1855 .58 CALIBER BAYONET PIECE – RECOVERED FROM THE CRATER

RELIC U.S. MODEL 1855 .58 CALIBER BAYONET PIECE – RECOVERED FROM THE CRATER

This relic piece of bayonet was recovered from the Crater in Petersburg, Virginia. Item shows surface rust and pitting. Socket does not move. “CRATER” is painted in white. Measures 5 ¾” long.… (R23073) SOLD. Learn More »

$25.00
SOLD

RELIC MODEL 1859 U.S. CAVALRY SPUR RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG; EX-SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION

RELIC MODEL 1859 U.S. CAVALRY SPUR RECOVERED FROM GETTYSBURG; EX-SHIELDS MUSEUM COLLECTION

Spur is in good relic condition with light surface rust and pitting. It shows a nice brown patina. Rowel freely moves. This style has no groove but does have the floral motif at the base of the neck.… (1054-2497) SOLD. 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) SOLD. 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) SOLD. Learn More »

RARE 1862 OUTDOOR VIEW OF CARLISLE BARRACKS, PENNSYLVANIA WITH DEDICATION

RARE 1862 OUTDOOR VIEW OF CARLISLE BARRACKS, PENNSYLVANIA WITH DEDICATION

Image is dominated by a long two story brick or stone building along the right side of the image. The building has three doors along its length and three chimney's protruding from the roof. This is… (945-74) SOLD. Learn More »

BUST VIEW CDV OF SENATOR STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS

BUST VIEW CDV OF SENATOR STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS

Image shows “The Little Giant” as Douglas was known in a dark civilian suit as he appeared around 1860. In fact the image has a back mark by J. CARBUTT of CHICAGO. Image is clean and clear with… (930-22) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

CDV OF 13TH CONNECTICUT LIEUTENANT COLONEL AND FAMILY

CDV OF 13TH CONNECTICUT LIEUTENANT COLONEL AND FAMILY

Very nice view of Lt. Col. Alexander Warner and his family. The Lt. Col. is seated with his wife standing next to him and their 5 or 6 year old son standing between the Col.’s legs. Warner wears a… (1054-815) SOLD. Learn More »

MAKER MARKED PATTERN 1861 CARTRIDGE BOX WITH PLATE BUT NO TINS

MAKER MARKED PATTERN 1861 CARTRIDGE BOX WITH PLATE BUT NO TINS

Leather Pattern 1861 cartridge box for .58 ammunition. Outer flap is in nice condition but does have crazing throughout the surface area. Attached to the center face of the flap is an oval Pattern… (561-23) SOLD. Learn More »

CARVED BONE RING

CARVED BONE RING

Bone ring features a flattened top which is outlined in red with the initials, “E.S.”. Front reads, “U.S.” and back, “1863”. Both sides show a red design with heart. Carvings such as this… (1054-2197) SOLD. Learn More »

PRESENTATION SWORD AND OTHER ITEMS -- MAJOR WILLIAM H. FRY, 16TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

PRESENTATION SWORD AND OTHER ITEMS -- MAJOR WILLIAM H. FRY, 16TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

This group consists of five items from Major William H. Fry of the 16th Pennsylvania Cavalry. The premier piece is a non-regulation, import presentation sword.  Also included are a large framed… (401-37) SOLD. Learn More »

1862 POCKET TESTAMENT ATTRIBUTED TO A MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER

1862 POCKET TESTAMENT ATTRIBUTED TO A MASSACHUSETTS SOLDIER

Item is an 1862 pocket testament in good overall condition. Volume meas. approx. 3.00 x 4.75 inches and contains the New Testament only. Covers are wrapped in brown cloth that shows some light wear… (B6207) SOLD. Learn More »

SHARPS SOCKET BAYONET

SHARPS SOCKET BAYONET

Bayonet is in nice clean condition. Socket has a working locking ring and a nice light patina. Side of the socket bears the “C & CO.” mark for the maker, Collins & Company. Triangular… (172-5415) SOLD. Learn More »

WOOD GAVEL & BOARD MADE FROM LINCOLN BEDROOM & GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD

WOOD GAVEL & BOARD MADE FROM LINCOLN BEDROOM & GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD

Gavel is made from wood that was removed from the Lincoln Bedroom in the White House. Base that gavel rests on was made from wood at the Gettysburg Battlefield. Gavel has a brass label tacked on that… (1054-2416) SOLD. Learn More »

ENAMELED CUPS USED AT 50TH ANNIVERSARY ENCAMPMENT AT GETTYSBURG

ENAMELED CUPS USED AT 50TH ANNIVERSARY ENCAMPMENT AT GETTYSBURG

Four stacked “agate ware” cups that are tied together at the handles. A paper label on the bottom cup reads, “This stack Camp Cups used at the 50th Gettysburg Encampment”.  These cups were… (1054-1455) SOLD. Learn More »

THREE BLADED FLEAM BLEEDER, CIRCA 1800

THREE BLADED FLEAM BLEEDER, CIRCA 1800

Maker mark: “Philadelphia.” Small wooden case, 2.75 x 1.375”, slightly chipped, with dark laminated paper, with clasp. Interesting surgical collectible. … (1054-1558) SOLD. Learn More »

$95.00
SOLD

RELIC US/CS 4.52-INCH 12-PDR. SPHERICAL SHOT

RELIC US/CS 4.52-INCH 12-PDR. SPHERICAL SHOT

Here is an original 4.52” solid shot. Used by both sides. Shot rounds such as this were usually fired to ricochet from one target to another causing extensive damage. This ball is fairly smooth with… (1053-16) SOLD. Learn More »

12-PDR. SPHERICAL BORMANN SHELL FROM RICHMOND

12-PDR. SPHERICAL BORMANN SHELL FROM RICHMOND

This is the type of artillery round fired from smoothbore Napoleon cannons. Recovered from Richmond, VA.  Iron cannonball is in good condition with some moderate pitting. The Bormann fuse is present… (1054-1062) SOLD. Learn More »


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MODEL 1816 CONE CONVERSION MUSKET TENTATIVELY IDENTIFIED TO 30TH MISSISSIPPI SOLDIER

Musket is a smoothbore .69 single shot muzzleloader in overall good condition. The barrel has a surface that is mostly dark with streaks of lighter areas. The brass blade front sight is mounted on the rear of the front barrel band. There is no rear… (1000-107). Learn More »

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