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RELIC CONFEDERATE CAST “I” COAT BUTTON

RELIC CONFEDERATE CAST “I” COAT BUTTON

This is an excavated solid cast “I” infantry button as used by the Confederacy.  Coat size. Face is in good shape with the large roman “I” in the center and a well-defined rim. The cast shank… (889-177). Learn More »

$85.00
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RELIC U.S. MODEL 1855/61 COMBO GUN TOOL

RELIC U.S. MODEL 1855/61 COMBO GUN TOOL

Tool has wrench and two screwdriver blades. Has heavy surface rust and does not freely slide apart.  [ad] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB… (R22094). Learn More »

RELIC COLT MODEL 1889 REVOLVER

RELIC COLT MODEL 1889 REVOLVER

This relic revolver was dug in southeast Arizona. It is complete except for the grips. Weapon is .41 with a 4.50 inch round barrel and a fluted six-shot cylinder. Hammer is frozen in the full-cock… (G3594). 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 »

$125.00
Originally $195.00

GROUP OF RELICS AND BULLETS FOUND AT SEVEN PINES BATTLEFIELD

GROUP OF RELICS AND BULLETS FOUND AT SEVEN PINES BATTLEFIELD

Grouping includes a Borman spanner plug, a knapsack hook, a harness buckle, a kepi band adjuster, three round musket balls (one fired), and four fired US minie balls. Box reads "From 7 Pines Battle… (R17441). Learn More »

RARE, EXCAVATED, CONFEDERATE 3” ARCHER BOLT

RARE, EXCAVATED, CONFEDERATE 3” ARCHER BOLT

Here is an excavated, seldom-seen Civil War Confederate 3” field artillery projectile commonly referred to as an Archer Bolt. The design was likely produced by Dr. Robert Archer a partner of Joseph… (R22570). Learn More »

RELIC US 12-PDR. IRON CANISTER BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

RELIC US 12-PDR. IRON CANISTER BALL FROM GETTYSBURG

Excavated iron canister ball fired from a 12-pounder smoothbore cannon. Iron ball is 1 ½” in diameter. Rusty and moderately pitted. Recovered 300 yards north of the Trostle farm house at Gettysburg… (R22042). Learn More »

$95.00
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RELIC US 10-PDR PARROTT FUSE ADAPTER FROM GETTYSBURG

RELIC US 10-PDR PARROTT FUSE ADAPTER FROM GETTYSBURG

Zinc fuse adapter for a 10 pounder Parrott rifled cannon. Measures approximately 1 ½” long. From a fired shell. Nice patina with dirt still clinging. Recovered on East side of Culp’s Hill near… (R21992). Learn More »

MODEL 1855 BAYONET & SCABBARD, EARLY BATTLEFIELD PICK-UP FROM GETTYSBURG

MODEL 1855 BAYONET & SCABBARD, EARLY BATTLEFIELD PICK-UP FROM GETTYSBURG

Leather scabbard is in good condition. The black leather body shows only light wear and no weak spots. Some minor scuffs and chips to the finish. Brass finial has several dents but is still firmly… (377-05). Learn More »

$850.00
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SCARCE EXCAVATED .69 CALIBER RIFLED MUSKET CARTRIDGE BY HAZARD POWDER COMPANY

SCARCE EXCAVATED .69 CALIBER RIFLED MUSKET CARTRIDGE BY HAZARD POWDER COMPANY

This is an excavated cartridge for .69 caliber rifled muskets made by the Hazard Powder Company.  Constructed using a regulation .69 caliber, 3-groove minie ball, Hazard used a powder charge that was… (M25374). Learn More »

ACCOUTREMENT SET PICKED UP AT FREDERICKSBURG

ACCOUTREMENT SET PICKED UP AT FREDERICKSBURG

This group consists of a belt and buckle, percussion cap pouch, and a model 1855 bayonet with scabbard. The waist belt was made by the soldier out of a buff leather cartridge box sling. The slits for… (377-06). Learn More »

3-INCH PARROT CASE SHOT

3-INCH PARROT CASE SHOT

Excavated Parrott artillery shell. Parrott patented this projectile's sabot construction on August 20, 1861, patent #33,099. The high brass sabot ring was cast around the base of the projectile.… (R22557). Learn More »

SET OF THREE 18TH CENTURY CLAY PIPES

SET OF THREE 18TH CENTURY CLAY PIPES

These clay trade pipes originate from York County, Pennsylvania.  Each features a decorative design. Pipes measure at widest points- 1 ¼ x 1 ½, 1 ½” x 1 ½”, and 1 ¾” x 2”. Larger pipe… (611-474). Learn More »

RELIC CONFEDERATE BRIDLE-CUTTER PIKE BLADE

RELIC CONFEDERATE BRIDLE-CUTTER PIKE BLADE

This excavated pike blade is a rare Confederate relic! The double-edged blade measures 12.5" with a 4" downward curved blade extending from its base. The overall length (blade + socket) is about 18".… (37-383). Learn More »

RELIC US BELT BUCKLE FROM GETTYSBURG

RELIC US BELT BUCKLE FROM GETTYSBURG

Excavated U.S. pattern belt plate. The brass skin is complete with no nicks or dents and exhibiting a mostly green patina with dirt remaining on face. The “US” stands out. The lead backing is… (R22019). Learn More »

EXCAVATED CARTRIDGE BOX

EXCAVATED CARTRIDGE BOX

Contained in a 12” x 16” Riker case are the remains of a Federal cartridge box.  Recovered in 1974 at Harrison’s Landing, Virginia, by Jerry Duggan.  The centerpiece is the US cartridge box… (84-29). Learn More »

EARLY BATTLEFIELD PICK-UP RELICS FROM GETTYSBURG – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

EARLY BATTLEFIELD PICK-UP RELICS FROM GETTYSBURG – GEISELMAN COLLECTION

Here is a nice assortment of small arms ammunition recovered from the Gettysburg battlefield. Acquired early on and eventually became part of the John Geiselman collection.  This group includes 8… (678-112). Learn More »

US 3-INCH HOTCHKISS SHELL RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

US 3-INCH HOTCHKISS SHELL RECOVERED AT GETTYSBURG

This is the top nose section of the shell only. The body of the nose has three flame grooves and a clean surface. There is moderate pitting around the top of the nose section. There are no remains of… (819-45). Learn More »

$295.00
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US 3-INCH HOTCHKISS SHELL RECOVERED AT MURFREESBORO

US 3-INCH HOTCHKISS SHELL RECOVERED AT MURFREESBORO

This is the top nose section of the shell only. The body of the nose has three flame grooves. Shell is in relic condition with moderate pitting all over. Remains of brass fuse are present. Top of… (846-77). Learn More »

MODEL 1816 RAMROD FROM THE ROSENSTEEL GETTYSBURG COLLECTION

MODEL 1816 RAMROD FROM THE ROSENSTEEL GETTYSBURG COLLECTION

This relic ramrod is almost full length (33 ¾”) with only a small piece missing from the very bottom. The surface has a light coat of rust. Item is from the personal collection of the Rosensteel… (910-05). Learn More »


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VERY NICE MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY OVERCOAT

This item is in museum quality condition with very little moth action evident, with tight seams and mostly clean exterior. This infantry pattern overcoat is made of sky-blue kersey wool with a dark blue wool lining in the body. The exterior has all… (33-162). Learn More »

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